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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.58 no.39 April 16, 1943


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I,, ONTICELLO r .. 'i"' ";,: ; 5 i, > !HE RED"LY HILL
. li Gra Mid.......dle: SECTION OF,
Sheriff Grant's office, it was learn- .The fo1owing letter of thanks was I The people of America launched
ed today, is in receipt of special recently sent toMrs. R. H. Gellthg uents have been nadein the First the Second WarLoan dive on TuesFederal Bureau of Investigation rul- and because it is 6f interest to the Baptist Church auditbriim, one of day, April 12, to raise a total of 13
ings on national ti public it is being reprinted: whvch. s trfe newbaptistry -which billion.dollars. during the months
Direction is called to the public Headquarters 97th Aviation Sqd. will he dedicated at the evening ser- April for further prosecution he
and .epcal colcide fArmn Air Base, McDill Field,, vice Sunday, April 18, att 8:30 o'clock. war. As this country ji ilte Unitnecessity of circling Court House to Tampa, Fla. Folowing .the dedeatory sermon ed Nations in offensive operations
tie right, and not to the left, as tak- tieeincreasing suns of mony be.oe
wh~inreci vvig be prahdy J
ing ,this short cut is dangerous in Montiello, Fla. garrison Griffin, secretary 'of the necessary to provide food, transportravel from west to east. I Mrs,. R. H. Gelling, Service Club Florida Baptistt Brotherhood, bap- ttion,minitions and equipment far
Severe injuries to a young boy, Chiian tism of several who have recently millions of Americans li the armed
school student, last week, when he ..Dear Madam: been converted and united with the services.
rode- directly into' an approaching MISSOURI FLOODS FARMS IN NEBRASKA On April 8, 1943, the convoy of church will take place. This will be Jeferson Counity will have a real
...." .. ... ....... ... .. ...which I had charge, passed thr m 'one Of. the gt r min~f
,automobile, is called. to the public ia rets nprn evcspr nti v, acorin to the
automobile is Amaha, Nelbr.--This fatm home so utheast o~f *Fort Calhoun, Nebr isV which I had charg,< ahtrughoeo"tegets insirig.ervcespat klhis !!dr ~i [codiz :to the
attention, and hereafter all violators coilet, e..surrounde bm'e lOd w the.. Mi ss....oun, Nr., is, your town and it a.s very gratfy- ever to be heldand the church, chairman of the local coniittee,
completely surrounded, by the flood waters from the Missouri Rivery as :$ ,
of tie Court House traffic regulation "Old Muddy". continues to rise and inhabitants have ben warned that 'ng to See the accomplishment ga.n- through its pastor, extends to every- who states that the qiota for the will be served with summons to al b t t 1 1 ed through the intiative of your one a cordial 'nvitigion. county is $14,000, This is a large
- .. flood bigger tha: the 161 'dras ter may result..
court. This is necessary to protect Club for the comfort of Service teu sum, perhaps not easy to raise, but..r
the lives of very young children The Enlisted men of my convoy it will represent the spirit of the
r ding home rom school in thewest DR. WILLIAM CURTIS MAC ARND' WINS av.aied tiemselves of yourkipd hos- people of this county ho aresplad
to east traffic zone and parents and R"EVSJMISIN PAEOLLDSRC tality and weredilled with nothling of any opportunity to do all they
schoo aUthOr'ties are: reqested to bil pris fo-r-- the tr- --.-lt-nient. 'heyl. can=.,.n her at:hom to ",,' help 41M,
M.ooTCEut T Ha MNiTIe hiCLOW AS CAPTAIN BASKT BALLS TEM R ep s teih c rtohe
c rate in acquainting .the ..... .I.. .... ... on..........ha.f.t.a... .....o a... .erv......omewher
dren with traffic.rules which from r. and Mrs. N.S. Curtis hada Inhebasket ornament that o n you ane lio n eris
this date will be rigidly enforced. letter this past week from their son, was held at Perry recently, Mac
By Order of A. S. Grant, Dr. Wiliam W. Cutis, in which he Arndt of Montiello High School tonal fine job. In this drive people of this county
heriff, Jefferson County* rites, "I an now a Captain the or- was elected to the al...-district team. I Theire
..der is dated February 23 and has This is quite' an honor fr Mae as .raiation- is of 'thfe"True Amier- lend to the government, every. dol-, ,gggjust caught uip with me." only, ten of the 154players who lpar- Man" fot-m. Allow me to offe-r my lar they possibly can during .April.
.COMPLE PA Capt. Cuitis, known to his many ticipated Cin the tournament on There are seven different kinds of
OM PL T E A I BY to, fitMENPED !SR .. ...... OmaN DR VE
friends as "Bill Curtis" is in the places on twse teet. Silver basket 'hoes yonds e ol dened to fit"
ed CHANC todaS, s rArmy Medical Air Corps, now in tball charms were R.sesented to alle John N. oilman. evey class and type of investor.
K e lnWNorth Africa. members of the all-disthictu team. .Capt., AC, commanding. It is lot 1,nly neesary and right
Direc tion!s al oe to the pbiuHe utr hei e
ahck, son of Mr. and Mrs.' A. L. In recent years adwo other Mont8'-: citzhs o t s h e aun
neci, o S.ilberry St., Montice ello High boys tove Tpnaa similarF STATE OFFICERS U.D.C. this additional participation in' the ,
to, Fla., wa graduated as anh air- a OB WILtIkNS honors. In oi40 Alcin 1\oltgobey. VISIT LOCAL rHAPTEe R war effort, it is all honor to do so.
pin meclinic today from Keesler ATTENDS ENLI tD won all-distiict and last year Bab \f--eray f Those left on tle hrome front, can do
iael fro-wet tieat B rWilkins was elected captain of th R K Ht e .nSgott Chapter United aBo pest thanIattemtPtiotn sprqach the
Pnol, a-2 unitbteryar orc-)SEILIT4HO all-district team.t Daughiters3 of the Confed racy, was sacrifices of those brave men out o
Severeol i njie tof -ahe A nyoAng For,- oilt~ j eea to hv eety ilos ~ mrias ~ te
es Technical Trainng Command. Cam Wallace, Tex., Apr. 8,---ob- h-onored last Week by a Visit frn thle fightng fronts to homthe last
e Madim ea eaisu osct hi k as ju t ompletd the ea Cf 3 pp al P t. I. h o th ga nvisio r e e t.M s. Dr J. Harrissn Griffin l r a rt 1 n is di e-s t a
W. A.ur Ha;:adb Firs Ve id dal feig he ieterI
into el4' phasesincluding secialized ed to attend an Enlisted Specialist The regulrip meeting, of the Monti- PetetMs .D ieo a ats o1ho ertr,\ 1W edormny
tntio nSchool, under War Departmet di- ello P.-T A. was h ts d Mrs. H. H
traiiToday'n B-24 maintnace hyd- Metin onTedy l, hedd
a it cm s y te s- c ale d -gi n e e tr i al r e c tio n to p u r s u e a c o u r s e in e l e a f te r n o o n in th e h ig h s c h o o l. T h e a le s F h a ir m a n o f t he P ny ratf- e r F i a n i s d. A ME R th e RaoCi
ral ytes egneelcrcomleel watees Fud -r att Firsta theis Churota FAoER REChV
srotemne fuel syselms,o sro thseo in- trRiv cot. psih on 1reidot x c. n. Rhiney,1 ed the e n w l uyADDITIONAL PAYMENTS
T lshsof the CourtHousticourelan nd Mrs. P. C. Wilkins who reide A very interesiag panedtgra t cn- nornng t 11e oclockoat th Dixie WAVES AND SPA S POR OIL PEANUTS
- TWilhe lspsee wi the summs to bigrtanh e e~l._____-o .ie -F court. twi is necesar to pnc oothe.d g da o,eight-days tthining period under s in Mi Hotelift SEEK ENLISTEES Farmers ill receive ai -ddito
ee cn Graduating froup Monticello High "P.-T A. Propaganda was present- In Mrs. Haggard's address to tlep
mate .... l co dti n in is t heo e .o 1 i n o x es o
The gradu-.ate miist lktowv how to ap- School .in 1942' and later attending ed by several teachers and members chapter, she said, "You .all Rlo Professional t 'dngm is niot essen- oiylent d xeso
r what he 1 r d school University dn eloridae was par- of the P.-T. A. Rev. E. N. Phil -ot that the Unsitled Doughters of the trial foo enlistedhpersounel in the lpeanis undr the 1942 program,
Cofeerc is .....~o all a paroi Wae ()I' according toSiaf,: ain telonra just r ..ce
ow eato c ra r and ticularly active i sports. S gave his version of Metropoliti C d y Spars, butthose w eithn n pre- eo ort 1n grt jps r e y
d hGUradR.pra"tp- -eut-o-rganization and f that they are not vious trading may rece,.oe tnsesent
oate i as bui s, sTinhee no iting.e na e .. found shot in the present condi- up to chief petty officers, t asngsin$
.in ith train ruls hic JOHN PASCO, JR. the list of officers for the next tihs. We are all ou g war work pointed ot here today by SS Mary i tr.mis of ge conta
-Tdis d riidnll enfrce. MAECPTI baket ball tournamentthatomedyourand doihg it in a big way. ollis, seci Navy recruiter fo- unen t
will~~~~~~~Ms be gr -lette thisaiie that teek cirom thei sonen wforlatPry~-cnlMc- -- eJb. -P: give t"3ea Gleen qe!ull about 1h ne fatue.
e amui ilcCea A John PascooJ Rwasigh, N C, 1e on oted to the I ri-a de rent. natg -d pay for 1h women's t -asku v o
just caught ua w ith me!' $1- .00ngenoo toe 50 fers- o baom A- a
oArir--s" ne wher -pto willc
Shas been commissioned a captain in vestments and the oBad $50.00 fo scholarships for training of hurses, reserve of te Navy and oast Gt ardi
b o esi theh h te forfec hgin the Ar niy. Capt. Pasco is no sta i r a that nore well traindnuses ay she added, arethe same as for other .MALL BL E
anicalerf ion euid sge of d toned at Camp Polk, La. sisgrne Bse prepared to take the places of opesonnel in the arned forces. As
anica perfectio required Ar~< H1 fo lng
range bombing R pie Merrill Paseu has been serving as the a attend those going to the front, .and in' mie, i Chief Petty Officer a 'volunteea...ny
g N S R Aide to General George C. Marshall, o e prepared to take tir owplPes will ceive $12 pe nth, plus The fire department was called
Chief of Staff, Wasington, D. in e war zones if necessary. 2. a day for subsistence i the out Tesday afteron t extinguish
CHURCH OF CHRIST Recently; he accompanied Sir A- BETHEL HOME The visit and the splendid talks of. event government facilities are iot a blaze at lReichert's Barber Shop.
Fred BneT. Wlker, Minister oiy Edento California. D Ethese ldies were muchenjoyed by avlable Tet C fir, startingfro
h si f nda r Both are sons of Mr. and Mrs. e local chapter. All applicants are enlisted a ap- heater, was wa put out and little
Chrc SricsSndyApi i, 1hil Pasco, of Raleigh, N. C., for- CU MET prentice se .amen, sent, to a naval damage was reported.
S e St ot- -merly of Monticello. th H D m r EPISCOPAL CHURCH tining school and there rated p jct on e ied lu Tmeet l o l .em The Rev. J. Hill ohnson, Rector corg to their ability, following .
tend Clu me Friayn Aprl9. meria P.!n -g,-,>--laCATHOLIC CHURCH A. mer- -with the club, which gave us Pali Sunday, April 18. cindthoctrination.e I fn ca
a nice attendance. The meeting Church School-10:30 A. M. Setupto relieve men at naval and
Se n ass nextMa fo bSuT nday will be in th on rit i er o e coast guaid stations, daaty for the
H At H II Catholic Church at 11 o'clock. foEIowed b mithe Lordis ayer. Hely 11:30t nAn. Md Sr n Waves and Spars is limited to the 'viaui NEh
Dr. dr. A. Brik, Director he significance of ,Holy Week resist, rs. Green,'called for roll Wednesday, April 21-ol Com continental limits f the United
newill be thetopic for the Sunday'call, minutes.aid reports of commit- munion-10:00 A. M. States. E Enlistent ages are from Mr. Henry A. Parker of Quincy
oO n E r A r sermon. ten M- years with two years of igh ad Mr.-Enr ris f harlotte.
aest eh-- a-- Tracna made oC amrpsa talka af e w ich 2ets3nP.M schtil toR b-i ne c1 hg ..oAlled ls. ,we e o-v iteKi
A't ,lareim of dogu owner C.TiE.kNs e5h CiHUp W s. L tle Aboutt o h beDUnithd States cetihe-sieof goodeCatb oeiesdnesayie-s.jua
ave1 cpae wcludih quaraine ProerT. Walec e nistedmt iSinalgstto r u neTe inheMontic- PNOTI4-E6 t rsh charac terat t ti B lhasefod seetird and ll st s
Reuaties promlae orte cou-iwihteSmkncf mrcn --ahing ot les ilini95 ponds. M rsdn, znucdthtteMn
trail y of Iy d pB a D ,due- o ted Api 8 1 clloenon rdheesepn A the dt on Thesday oti cseed hetr elb 1- th atl Local ap icant l e ho" ld o ry tact- dure- ,aclub.w the ..ate achieve
of tems, hel sysfeie s g J-ull Jrisseers L i cram, ltevi it o Ju7. Nayt seruirng s tiontyhe Post Alfred ste o ne athe aet
nomtea b-foprellnris law, not Morni Wokitshi 1: 30.M.,the sg erciles a. Py ome ad se cosad Oa a e arE: ocal ute he ai. ne as as et en made frs Young P .op Wl kinus, w pa~. m. Att i outdresting wil bess topic verisn g A lRFk FO e Disxip W Ais ad Ptt t th
k< f ay. tracomply. Pradereri Srvice Wnsd, -Fa p sm.tand deontraop ext nu~eNei n -16-tl Masa- STxCletr .Ri eer ofteNrciSting fres o1i aen e job gtd ti ogs
-- mate b~ til condition in he Qpen '~'radatin~~ statiooicelploalHagha'see, AViosagadatwas resfnthe streerts.liThatrdwilaldreelptoith
T rea e anst eaco s ot ap- schooinkI at Waclati-sseningedbysevAautacersan anders Mon-e, semaienselyal rno byisspna imininaitntinge- atenhof$1taaoboesxes o
en-el o'os.Iocltinhep- 1ielor onhFriday inrersonl the ac- me n.~ de ~e012
maealy hto rev eane raineshbut i e sl the ofthunt-TyARevth CoNntiinouation4 tofUnite Dbuhlletinth wts
how n o cmul. ln,-- riao anCOMPLETEtsuccess.Muzzl-othelopprt'uinis frserce ingsealrvd ytecu.
igGchidsreopee edr asTomBird announed thatrthe ar
d.ngs fro c ing hen a--shntr f o boind quota for Jefferson Coui
agaiy n g ad. Keeping tand se-nmEALTI V 1
cueyi ood enclosure serves a Kiw...nia.n N0o Sthpes, cuny
better purpose in that it protects TheJfeirthsHealth For'yVictorfarm aic t, u
them from being attacked by stray eotron Awhich AthelontelloIrs w o o t
dogs that have gone mad. This i- Wanin'sClubvnee sponsoringGwillwith"soundaeffectThefirstiwasyrethe most humane thing to do in time te heldon TuesdrayP prilt20,nato3:30 leased by the Officeof War InsformA
o~f danger. Nat only is it humane to o'clock.etson t shows etechni ueoefn
- the dog itself but to all domestic -s Jesie D Thopn orne Nas mfithrin ea propaghEn
animals which are iable to attack for the FloridaePowerr&idaaandhthetcruelty fthefm
if any man's dog bis bitten, infected oighwt comPaney,i wl give the, free tTward conquered pe ple The oth- ncand caused to have this, the most yone inter out by e u
dreaded and dreadful of all diseases i tested in thevital subject offood r apartment of Agriculture was titld
r The health officer does not wish the family is urged to attend. "Hdtdn tWeapons. It shows how
C-cn ps f a MCEt too much talk aids the enemy ham-i
to impose unnecessary inconven- a -ava d he warepor-ed r n
h eeence on anyone but one of his GARDEN CLUB NEWS pedsttheewareeffotandresults i
. \, the loss of. men and material!. It
dieeans is ooraynte soea t- he on The Founders Circle of the Gar- teaches how the "collection of scrp
proposesHto fight withHal possible DISCUSS STABILIZING INTERNATIO AL CURRENCy den Club will meet at the home of metals and ruber helps with the
nT .Mrs. D A. Finlayson, Monday, April production of tanks, guns .nd SmieUsat measures Washington, D. C.Soundphoto-Secretary of Treasury lastweekouthned to a group f Senators apro- 1a 4: a' rs Ti t. Bi: Pen up thaf dog. Keep it off the IPosal that the U. S. participate to the extent of St5,000,(00,000 in stabiliz ng international curency on the 9, :0olc.,r.T .Ba-adsrse h edo srn: well will be guest speaker. farmamachiner-,i-quapctoitsu an@ystreets and higways. Your chil-ogold standard Morgenthau presented the proposal to an extraordinary secret session of the Senate Commit- d '- -:dren, your livestock your neigh-teeon Foreign relations, Bankng and Currency and Post-War Efonomic Plannin.d L toAi' Sen. Warren IRm SThte Nos..e. aga es irle wi o l '-. "arr oa tIction
ibors and all their families and dumb AUStin, ep. of Veront; Sen Majority Leader Alen W Barklepoof Ken tucky- Secretary o renthuh and meet Moda yatero, Apr -il19, a rs, c o r fats an Coods t
animalsare titled to protection. Sen. Arthur te. adenerg, Reop. o sM igan. 4 o'clock, with MrsorJim Cokseyo help arrA el ortr

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 16, 1943
House Rejects Tax Proposals in Wild Session Food for Thought
...... NUSwe !serdrma .UCRE s0
-*7-o '*if L ,:.' :-i: <-:::::::a--'--i'el ,o ,By VIRGINIA VALE
Cocet for~. f4~'f Released by Western Newspaper Unilon. Released by Western Newspaper Union.
Two-Figer Typewriter: .. T HO was the greatest baseball T'S hard to write about Signe
The most eagerly awaited mail. *:.. of a ti ? b
in more than 200 Army and Navy
s i o thai Ty Cobb was voted that honor last ties should be used, and there's
base frm hutraatorth Afric yearm~ad~ inna nation relcondues b
is the semi-monthly cop of. ifTerhe ntoa ol'nutdb so much to say. Very beautiful, ..~
GrimyGaiete.~. he ofThe ~the Sporting News. But not every..i G y z the editor. is authorityiy agrees with that verdict. talented and intelligent, the
a Cicao grl ame MagieOAnady Coakley, baseball coach at young S wedis1l dramatic star is> herty.. Her brother, in the army,- Aoludyi university, is one of the famous on the Scandinavian
sometime ago sent her this plea:e dissentea. In a re- stage and in England. She put in
"What we nheed here more than any-- ent. str by H. G,0hrAga foaiinuer\fR.e
thing are new jokes. We're telling Salsinger,v widely her yeroifiighreo e
the same ones to each other '20 n quota number, so that she could act,
times! Fergoodnessakes, si' dig up sprswieCa- by writing for Swedish -newspapers;
some for Us!" sports writer, ok even covered the President's press
SoV Maag gie started collecting then le-forer pitcher conferences. She's a superb actress,
Kansas ]eadroitti for the.~h~h Ph" el-slightly risgay or pure puns. When--n. ..........
pa Athletics is
they were too naughty she laundered
them as best she could and left it ta"Te-greatest 4
m;~~~~~ta "Tyhee,!rest, 7r
to the boys to decode them ieto player of all-ti
unexpurgated literature. -Farm leaders and representatives was Sockalexis, the
Her gag-scouts are friends who ~of the big agricultural organizations Indian. -He had the --.
travel in, parlor cars, and her girl The house of representatives climaxes a fiery session by refusing to along with the new wartime food speed, dexterity-and
fiends bring those they hear 'in accept the Rumi plan, to forgive ten billion on 1942 income taxes to put administrator, Chester C. Davis, agility of. Cobb, the>i
beauty parlors and cafes .-.. Twice taxpayers on a,pay-as-you-go basis, as well -as the administration's collect- conferred with the -President in the fielding genius of~ Tris Speaker and i
a month Maggie -puts -them in the at-the-86urce tax bill which would have started collecting 20 per cent from Whjite House on the critical food situ- also- his throwing -ability. -On top of
mails fort all over the fighting fron'ts ifpaychecks on July 1. The ways and means committee was ordered to ation. Photo shows Davis (left) and ta ehda uhbtigtdn
tatme haas muhhtigaln
if. . -One compliment came from bring out a .new bill -that would help put the nation's income taxpayers Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. as any man'who ever swung a -bat, i
Capt. Tom Griffin in N. Africa. He on a pay-as-you-go basis. ,In this photo, made after the votes had been Wickard, 'as they left ",,he con, and probably more. He wsafia
said:, ','Thanks for the Gazettes. counted, Representative Robert L. Doughton of Nortlh Carolina, supporter ference. aes rtti
Laughs are few and far between out of the administration tax plan, and its leader, is congratulated by Rep- Soklxsacrdntoasigr-f
her" ACamp Pok Lp. Sgt rsnaieFakCrsno as er of th01m forces, wohad wsoeo h ottai-n
wrote that her' Gazettes solved the- -embodied its proposals in his plan. -'i.Fly least mothrinaad~
problem of getting the men to readi f -i nw~~iue fbsbf
the blletn boads.-When he -made his- big league debut Oh, yes. Maggie .O'Flaherty has Blind Ch-iren Ta gh Gardeianysh
Stability than any other player before SIGNE HASSO
She res rcaion' r kf since. He could hit, field andr
Shewtestan-r kd throw. Within a few weeks he was beautifully trained, You'll get just
-TShe ine o e l ea st most -discussed man in - the a small sample of her work in
Shme ids eted lovlie th es es game. .po h "Assignment i
.a. Her younigacto-groor- enlistodthee.- edby Metro's thrillingent in
.-But he lasted only two years. Be- Brittany"; she stands out in a cast on active duty abroad for by over- a fore-he reached the m ajors ohei ever including such experts as Margaret,
yea .o. tsigh sh S. .omer e~ drankk anythi ng stone ger than milk. :Wycherly, Richard Whorf, John
gir frindst patmet ple aing ga Then, after- sufficient urging on the' Emery and George -Coulouris.,
ifiif r enwt a-forsme olagals n part of a few of the boys,- Sock- -* l sle, r eoif
rummy with ais fousom of gals
Whe se lftth rom o aswr lexis tried a glass ofi -whisky. ,That Christine Gordon, making herWhe phe, olef the r toserd, vas te beginning of the end. He American debut in ".I Walked With -'
"Hasn't she the loveliest figure? liked the,- drii'nk and fron then on a Zombie," plays the zombie, the
coudn' leaver}s it aloan-wiee.a
Amazing how she's kept it so trim fo nl iaee- longest -role in this RKO film. In
sincehe lft."Sockalexis becamed an'out and out Czechoslovakia Miss Gordon was
-doni since the l eft p of -- i thif~ drunkard of. c"ures.. ..... if .....
"And -wh not?" said Tallulah. dr d. None o t e c proved well known on the stage; screen and
"Nobody' beeabtO akea-successful, He would slip away radio-in this picture- she doesn't
"Noodys ben-hleto akean p-from -his guards and wind up in an pointment with her for. over a year-tialhc t speak a word! nr if e:
ex e t Ei a2t r e ways or alleys. -M anagers final --
nQetodi Carlton Morse, whose "One Man's
Bil Brynd tepe,.hhre m siued Shoboa gecr. Heve was ruied ....."...
ogatfKu ruined. lf Family" has been a ten-year favorl B t t drifted out of the game, winding gup- s
man, was in a Broadway producers. s t
r bCombining a patrioticduty with healthful exercise and occupation Dr. Wellington Koo, Chinese am- 'on an Indian reservation with his ite on the airna
whfice where a groupafwrp n g screen tream ent oit pfor nite
for blind children, the New York Institute for the Education of the Blind bassador to London, and Gen. P. H. own people. His, death came in a eta e i nite
a dorn in lmated, wh ei 1ew tlayt. is converting most of the 15 acres of- flower bedswhich adorned the camn- Whang, military attache to the Chi. few years-not long after the public Artists.- What with still doing thh monn lTer cste the crit pus of the school into a victory garden. Here We see, the youngsters at nese embassy in Washington, are had forgotten hum. .famous radio, serialand having his
'.\The hes prodr se n thmcigt "I~el~ WLrovem, ao Mytey bracs
Ste ic u are work in the future garden. They work in roped-off lanes to prevent hurt- shown after their arrival in Miamia
Cateegni Nwc Yoks r ahs1 agparinge' inrly busy o 94,
!1 selling your comedy at 2c per copy" g each other with the garden tools. a., from Chungking. They flewors a he ai
To which the reviewer replied: Bfrom the Chinese capital by army Memories of another great Indian if if
plane. Dr. Koo was en route to LOR, athlete were revived recently when There's an ambitious pln de, "And yok are selling your 2c pro-, _atn a eee i o
auction 'at $4.40!re,- Peaceful Meal in, African War Zone don, but visited Washington first. two legislators inrIde fa bill way to open Unied Artists'"Sae
the Oklahoma -legislature'- to 'have Door Canteen" on all fighting frontsnTd :
Ta," r s sWth tign G or eomt i that body petition the AAU for the simultaneously-practically all over.
manuS ript to eweel agaed Ju Fighter return of J Thorpe's Olympic the world, -as well as on ships' at
mnr ipawtr to l a weky daatied, u ge medals 1ana- his name, to the record sea. The event will be brought to fwhich rejected it with this note: books. the American public by radio; the
"Our editors- see no -reason why it Such a stpwol pay proer famous 191k-of the show world who
should bet blished by us." Loomin- on re r. sohonall to a legendary character' appear in ,the picture will partici- '
Shaw answered: "Am forwarding e S ,and it tould -coe during his. life- pate, and 'there'll be -conversations d
__ :' "depressvesf between them an..the men of the
a cop inBrile. time.'- Thorpe at present is em- --i
copy~~~~~ ~ ~~ inm e Br il.f l y d i h e-iorces ,
plye inth rotectionsevco
Eal-tneGadetems a Detr~oit plant. --- -' iEre mstae, wardissner the s. f- f.i' Lum-and Abner, Who-must deliver
terymaser, was- dscusin te '~"~."'About 30 years ago Jim Tho.rpe's cooking in New Orleans. He 'be-~ ff -.-,i aews nw nalprs6 h their 'fourth picture- to RICO by June
thaer te as t og hdad the vaisie if-.----------f, --.- world. In 1912 he -performned na -1; are still searching frantically forthere watheofactthant the viixeiii~f4- Y%- -#4>:i i~ls-ywnig'h e ar just the right story. Meantime, their'
of rich dishes so tempting, that on a-"- nd' the- decathlon at-the Stockholm second film, "Bashful Bachelor,".
his last visit- he nearly ate himself Olymp-fic. -. games,. The king of still makes money'the third, "Two
to death . "Then you don't like -'- -- -iiA- -----e.S dnpruamdtebg mn-Weeks to Live," is just out,
NwOrleans?" asked his. lisener ca Inia -h ifats atlt thwhoe~ g=.
. -"Like it!" he ejaculated. "I ,-ever lived. H- t--o i akon of
love it. It's Go-u~t's own -country!" W -.. 4>ii .~ But Thorpe's name can't be found, Norway, the Enisofhest fWa-~ -. ~ inth6'record, books today. 'It was ncr Bros. havE aked thata print of
The editors Of the Mirror consider ~'~i~4 ~only -a short' tine after the 1912 "Edge of Darkness" be sent over
thi on ofthir avoit wa 'that he was found guilty immediately for a special showing; ABerlin worker asked a bank clerk-------------------------- ---------------f acepting- a salary for playing. a the print was rushed to Lisbonby
how o inst hs. lfe7 av'i~igsof ". game of ball earlier in the summer. Clipper, -then to London. Starring.
j 1,000 marks .."Buy State bonds" Dept h ml mutivle AnSeia n ro lnwt
he was advised ."But," he but- Dsietesala uninovdAnSrdnadErlFynwh
ted "sppsin te 'tae ges-and it was said to have been $5 a cast -including Walter Hluston,
brok"' i "Youforet te ges -'-he was declared a professional. Judith -Anderson, -Ruth Gordon and
Prtye9 w Yll se fhti~oest- he- Nazi j.tK- l rud a. Morris Carnovsky, it tells the .sthry-
Pat will see thti~dent l ron a of the revolt of a- Norwegian village 2
"But" prsitedtheman "sppo >-% '" -The marks made by Thorp have against the Nazi invaders; it's a 3Dlc-

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 16, 1943
can Acio do morefor you, so wpay more?
HO SEAn Ia~k Worh~.1'sgest sellerat 1 O 36 tablets 20 ,
to uhe And Action Back 3 e t oehAprn
.., ,Roger B. Wh1ian-VWnTU Features.~
You may not be able to replace wr Laxative
... broken house e id equipment. This is war.
.0...*- Government riorities come firt. :So take : e
ea, itba ....w ,Is~i
A,0o ce of wha More Satisfaction
:-:X possibly can. Thi column by the homeown-I
SEgE OFeed~steyu ow
PC ATICLES ODon't be isaie Justt rulieve your
IYH ~DN ommkr a~REPIRING STUCCO HOMES. present constipated conditfion. Meet$
ARTH COREADIONPVT Gva thisn prii oblem1 more thioroughly b~y
5 om aknrW sao ean ,Lynn Chambes Point-Satveo inte
Hom maer May-~yzr Ler oin pyu intestinal System.
RRio CORRSPON eu NE obf ,ycorrepnet e For this~ Double-Purpose, Use DrRaio Wisom 0 NNNININN ports the bukling ofl stcoo itchcock's AVe table atip
y*Deviled Egg, Macaon n tive. r ac
A Yank's Life firunSuy ea Saad eisin of it surfa e dnteIn India I Mlk o wdchts aucd ans cadr ri Hiccock's
MarmalIade oBavarhianatk~,
Rece Giv and m some places fallen. Both t helps relieve Dizzy S and that
q ahreugh spca ragement. 1 oe peswas mdeQ of co in which the by3 aton oM s iIi Intehar fNw ehcaiak eas s nde like matei'ial Alled migriesite., As family size 25. Adv.
Bypag~ Wila Chati ha7/enfo
of Idi, you will find the heagqar- Soa repumb and, m, we wd
rs fthe Tene Air force o the t and orIer ingd thats deteriorated ith corro
American ary. Its really a city intpa loa pan. Bae i 0 d ive effect oi, al lath. For thi
of its own. grfe oven for 1 hours. hs ay reason eitisq toger used
Before thits war, there have been also b# baked in a ring mold anid for stucco, and when it has begi
eight Delhis six of which crumbled served with parsleyed paes to go bad, the oily repair .hat is oy as
Wo:mns Hm opno. s maerf a, sgr i hih h
wy with declining civizations. Fish w l come into me oU practical and peranet s to strip re tv a
0Bginnitag of the war found still in parity to help extend our main dishes it off and to replace 4t witi liertland Ingly by t. to tothng m~eiction~ o0
cateeingesterncityticshs, that aor item: ts c e
In choIis ad w eing, ish Loa goid can unerna th. c e placeen tt As f
ows; a id the eigit hi, a gda- S(Serves 6) usul includes the provide g of
tesO h et i oc ftemgadoher : inabaet, Pack thtti weeirted iha o
erntac pasuburb y f Irdad streets 2 ips ooked, aked ish (ldover new m tal lath. W h old stur this
al.~fie buildings known as Noewmahque) to t itis s ieie os I ESI B
i. .Thiseasil prepared gelatin des- 2 s green pb t. r lit i wn d isi It Fig Buutifully
;efNow that theYanks have sert uses all trained od. It's tbespn mmned oni la ovrer heavy wofig felt One of my REAL incispensable. beatit AND
to Ina there as come pretty but sy to ake, and wi 2 tbepoons btter r margi corespodent i considering this, fully fitting shrtwaist with int being a edmiliarwhich 4topoff either a lightor heavycr leal* 1 cp ie, soft bred crmbs but my choice wodldbe ei stucco kick plet and ation back.
may well be caled the iiith ese ae times wn c teaspoon salt o on new mn atal lath overheavy build- A'
D a aet fa- teasp. pepper This, in niy pinion, would si reara seen trn. 144- d
-:'ehi.nn ofm~ th warin-n atun aril icn~eg ~ p h e o tihad sge e
hen my pe arrived inin India la...y. applies to wgt hnd 42. ho reponig b sure t 3
drove to the Impril hote then changes in f u mup i there would bd g reat appeal n 2, 4 8 an4 ze (2 re.
the American headquarters a otg and dookingameth- 2 thon ts t he teme coes to sf1e qires, wthshor sevs ards3
streets my taxi shad -r ith canel od, rs. Ameri- Sr thec ish n ut ree dd inchIN mnal..
caravans~ bullock caris; n otor ca canl no longer peGadono iduter ddt fs Oil leat e~e ow'"Ue""WE ee' y..."
buses, bicycles i poiy arts. On ash to the gro- with bread cru s and aseasonings. Siv r e isuly orde forvadiewo
brad tree-line Queensay ve ran c a gat eg yoks, fadd mfil andthen ot popau r tah t mbers* Mguarn
tween eptey loti rhere ro izd veg hand ads to fish mxu. St ir o l is emon Send yorrdrtoFdea r pal C 7o., Y .
i. so for constructionroji kec. r ocesed foodssor ctp ge ic- e Fol msl b etnetg g -i
Alread mast ins were at work to pre to gather a qul mae al. No whites. o ur te oa gregarsed lon SEWNG I RCLs P ErEt
top~an oft eiane a light orhayel
itfresi fohn actions a gt oosI n sIe gpet toe etheo a mearl, evenpn e inut amy paoi~ne o hot new war. kc olth wenis t. Ok.
Im wbedhll b i-oen withe intgi ont a st woeld tabketm, with s te wr tou aa5 tr wh E o a AR OR T
...stheir noses add heeavy swlvr raionedfods. r nokow AR
nklts ranking aboe t Pint must be budgeted f ar e hs teoo peg hv bee aid ern No...t.. sN.. 1744-B de-e BECASuE'
bare feet were carrying bri caefullythan dollars and cen se ate Name ....... .... .. o 16caer .
Ssteed i Iand i six mio Is n r h eise ra ai to caak e- Addresss ... t.r...... .. 4a.o 1a5 bE
ligbefore i etthe ninth Delhi since Ration >Book~ II wetmo e adf- ~ MfETA*SCIECliPYOIC SYND.
or../was completed d occupied, it o that arisen s.
te A terican flag flying before th e a ne ver to buy a.. cann bs pnointia ge(2).re
hadquaters building and tho- cproceised food if a fresh one isaith on pleevag 3.1.yL. LIJ
sands ofAmerican soldiers comfort avabl. Here is a splen-t se
ebly install ed in their new Sib e. Conf. sion decision, add ps din ual fgestin f : N
Bomb Japs in Burma.A es in g were th adjectives edvled fMoni
W i' E:d 5bTbu nu Dair aea sgga Mad a I ea m
an members of the Ameri canTet gradually w eang away a a2gu eio ggtster, t ho fh e tor x nuhip ae osde and Ra
i for e are bombing Janese ain- freris learns new shopping tnethu to 1 c a6iti sars ca nue
ao a ti n in B u rmn g A c d P ck d fresh po st a st d.u .a ap i s,
buses biylsadpn a ts.O -inch ont h ro mots Frenche inok flesh orer fo Ia fewp~ of the 10C~cjeIol
gihe mass aid to pieventieg the l point> sa on d and, skee alistr S Raadieoes of th supplies brhich are a, liable, citp vf oetl ha cld taea
ite o uch in t tim e a to fve...a greeb pnanrs darae ura tiore, fnd allouree Stir in le
nitsreoccuption. Theirs is es- t a time--arketing listp i budg- 10 to 1 hrd-oke eggs to oal. Picture shows il Senysteur oIne rder ato:. keai Rao tr are kept
tined to, be a vital part iit turning et lists all on hand when 'you're do- 2 table pbops salad dressing thJe converting preekss I co- k e ho dM *iee
the tdke f wcr in the E ptst ing his i oportant bit of work.1)on't 2 fa sdponq1enitonijaice or e ment of the coal gr We upw glifsses bebOaet cppegin ithe r
White.e weed co ould haloatofbecove
The int Delhi, sp read lokng bo go to the r stOre an and es ealm 1' tCasRLoon m r DE.
Ueideso hrof> Queehnswaerroayan, pacira yh! l--f-a m...e:
sonf rieisyn toh a lse, leinly, seleting r a peals os on gr esr se aower oh S. ial
comrises .two-story barracks, i, ote the eye. tven yound wh sve Eoeoreterso sa h sa t erng Spt nTis gs oi. T wor op WnHOi. or
ficers' quarters, ,offidd B~iiligb orf ive ration bokfo iiht Mtespol ler Qu tersn otrn ea agsehd Dtaewt i e ford stae tstp o
hospital and post exchange. Last spend, its certam whichr ge wrtats p p e tom asichoyputaqe paeaathatapsttlaceedorow
buea r fromileast are the mess enough out koothe l oasrom dglew aoofaWe ow pur thea 1 c of w,.hoos.n >1.
halls, where 1'ank>soldiers e4 at s niid m~ethod. edu eta hf-.c Cic from u4 agted a rof.fallower~ v p th ait rut presn te6 ansi wg / oush ..less on' ne.A5.oo~
hew aros t Kee dtoo sizes aeparon te ceis in aver de thet white o y befoe trees, whis ne D yU
war.e ces whii may chazege -hhey aryolk care Press es every room.Could u e ag fllig gat qa o .
While the babrck room beareas rom pmoth ao to ao .somefunes leftovze whites .o e remedy? fua s vwe yiout "ps ris w.
are aking the beds and comparing chnge urAg the sas the pub- sdd reiig ingeen iaeat ceiling o tru oeus
admiring notes thcerin e br nas- licr's b uying tha bitor avn cnd. intil ali.d'e fluffy el. s, siwa o>,aldnatd bOUn stuig a k ..... t .....l l e
ters, the boys themselves ar. eating Tiaphazaid hoping, meal-pla usag pastry tube y. pb .i T u a. ig Abo trenortes i. dn as an
a breakfast th~at might jutht as well ning, and carelessnesss about :the if desired. my belthe< soit1 paii ing3ttr Uboidat iar in cookisgp~ enat e.>ne
have beenwprempaed itiEast Otrange, health ptte fam- ]oil m weer ac- theitt If ther is. bettel hech esxilig i abl.lgmg, A
N;J., or Terre Haute, Ind. Fruit ~ily jane put of ~ording to diretions o'i kage. in the attic, by all~ in~i wtd fliblif ic i ~p~
eggs, n ch of the meat nd'all the datey The home- Drain ine, then draind thth pnglity installed. If the ceilings are pawitt Spr ak with ors tar h
fresh egetables are purchased1- maker must be lar e with a little fr ess- ed within oil paint the later will f i
cally, but there's a good sihDkling c alerR and vigilant ing, then caill. not be affected Id thep de
of canned and packaged goods now asnever be- Cook peas, dr inani 'save stock the surface. I am, Aorpe, lkb~rouight through half a dozen sub- #~/fore to make of idr soup., Mytinate j~eas im Trendy Shg for< granted tha ther e is no We agn it~~>r~e~
arine zones so the boys can'have ~ her family .the dressing, leakage through the outside 11-hs, h i
the krid of meals that mother used tongesta and Tab
\ to shaake. I"- healthiesit possi- centen pl dish. Alternate deviled side chimney. should bear e 'i4v 'th tb es
sr a e saloinad, eapmciqi naon idw1rP1 a. hudb 4ee.o rc
\Ylanks Eat American Style.l ble 11nit---for a healthy Aieria is a eggs adid radish s es around The American soldiers in India strong America. pressing h into nOaafopi vll Question, oyhouse now is i1 s th g
are oting American style in the rasnb i fairly easily obtainable rith a boier ojf peas between eggs mozithsold. We paintd the basearmy mssalls ut healthy cuartrs- monfsat n a ndecsonop, icestw and macarso.nno fe oo.Athiie T t fe t
osity has led them to make a, thor- soirceof thiamih---our morale vita- second cat was on it begn tofton a
ough investigation 6f Indian f'ood as min. Very little, if any, haxinb >is yellow, in large spqts. We ashed phain ma war o eznd leave
well. v b iing seit to the armed forces and some of the paint FfC bS crithing hli 6itil he au s ens. This
The little restaui'aixts are always Allies, and that means it is for ci- Cahyou~ tell us howlw aageta> mak oth~e r jelly as
crowded with them, nibbling strange vilih use. gooh efnish on ths flo g bore.
carries, savoring hot spices, perhaps Baked LimbLeaf. ;Aisgwer or best results, t ke ot
even trying a chew at the red betel (Serves 8 to 10) all the paint with a hott softntioh o
nut the Iridians think god fort heir 1 pomdu s ground lamb three pounds of washing soda to
digestion. And a particusa favorite 1meachg of water. After, removs a rich pastry covered with real 11 cups mil crmb pig the paini;, rinse well with clear
alaf.>n in cupma mikic o.22cp coefeh esI aeof h rstcfe o l v sicanuesapkeMil
ie lea din think sily ti tablespoons minced green pepper water and allow to dry. You then
e nse tablespoons chopped parsley can finis h the florwith a good qualABirans dn't take much faith 3 tablespoons grated onion maite sy tic resinooora pa i. Since
nthaygt, tr inime totaedor teget. la -ens kic wekhoether sareugealwaeyss is llwe t theisvealour'shoke I cmpnypakigoft
autt t eat rea geilver. Som l epn e rt i cmenttcella s OaA H E R '
of them are writing home warn- Lynn Says: onl tise typ of .i should t ae
1g the folks to lock up the fam- to Picture P aper
ily silver after the war; they Fresh Vegetables: To those of- Question:RI should likerto put roof- 4>l. ct h
the wee ad cew p n vgtabs iprand lein ho wrmi.ds aad ~ ao' he i n ertong th es l rof ce wofe myil to havQr e is ties m
say they might forget where you accustomed t6 using canned otns mn Wuieor dviegar Shul t take off the ol tm hdih
Lhs b t r eahmr or sowaA g mn they sere, these hints are i ste ul Irt e tl weit, Cl cld Sve lti e ,
hses ouvenira spons hafro mie thescy seetn htvrapas1/Fesonlocsesiesaeenc.itE roeadstlwroe o eas
thosesoaviesn owi my fhege. eggs, a a ring of frphly cooked pape first, or could I put the newi orld' os or 'fair.cs givt ten one hown many'ehave por/easpoo sa~ lie a odpa er iretly on teoldns i n wamwtr hywllte ifac eepo nwo c
sare taragull n pe found yields o ha qroofi put ovt eee the keregge menti Or Ued ,
s" enoese men of them by'sei thete hit Flakesgs a ec i
mechanics, clerks, cooks, techni- two cupscut, serve three to four, tissues and gves oo.d with that v t t nttrifve elecians of a hundred different kinds, B3eans, green or yellow: yields stick-to-the-ribs quail y ~ Answer: Yes, remdie the old roof-' metso iil hepOther fOOdS,
a tyun full day at their three to three and one-haElf cups,> aig paphr. Asphal roofing cement o a n
appointed tasks unstayed by sun or serves four or five. eelads 6) sou a s eda f tfh befn pap CO 1sureaYo ur o hOe
dust storm aorl monsoon. But they Beets: One p d yibmds te package rn -flaoied
have their fun while they can get it io four servings. Use young beet % capis hot' iwat ere- t' paper is tpep on. ta a f er
A tonga is a two~wheeled cart greens as vegetable, tool ', M teaspoon salt :.Storing a Divan 'huag~su e
drawn by an undersized, mangy but Broccoli: One pound>sr y cuey crem Qestion: Whatd you suggest a Sg rilig.
bpritd seat, spra.there s ton y our Cabae five p d > cup orange marmalade an inexpensive and moisture-repist- "'\
brod satsepratd ito wo y a Cabage On pomdshfreddedt, >Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Add ant material that could use to' wrap>
back rest running from side to side, yields three and one half cups. salt. Chill until cold and spy. up a divan bed stored in a dampat
Thus two passengers can ride facing One pound cooked serves three. Fold in> cream, whipped oly until basement?
forward and two facing backward. Parsnips: Four> medium sized thick and shiny, but notes stiff. Fold Answer:>' I would not advise stor- ca
Teshe mans homsinventae etnga rot aka I d hpund, serveslan f ur in marala ordeora ing t he dyvan polm dampobasment.oIn ig'aottreqatr uli 7prcn na xml fwa
b didn't know much about the laws of to five., n c t C e s dostred. To 'prevent damage from moisture,
balance. If two passengers take a Peas: n on gives tw Lynn hambersteloeyuoumsthe bed would have to be covered aLtl a
tonga and sit in the back scat, the servgs. pyou household queries o her problem with a waterproof and, practically,
shafts go up in the air so high the Spinach: One pound serves clnic. Send your letters to her a t Western airtight covering. This would be exponry has to walk on> tiptoe. To three to four. > Ipon ied ewspaper Union, 210 South Desplaines pensive, and the rubberized fabricIog CtFakWOes UIs rU. .........
counteract this the driver crawls out Turnips: One dStreet, Chicago Illinois. Don't forget to for such a covering is very difficult TRITIVE VALUES of Thimin
on the right shaft and operates asaa three to four servings. enoe a sped, selfaddressed envelope to obtain now. Have you no other (vitamin D, NiacinanId Iro,,
rtnnferjou. epd'vtgl rt b storage space.
"s of offside anopckey. goods i>l >ig off.esdb etr~esae~io.> I
now ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 asnvrb- Co eadan n aestc h ufc.I m fcust

_______.___-__.,__ I n the County Judge's Court of Jet-THE MONTICEiLO NEWS | ferson County, Florida.
l i t, l U I I b A A / +I I W O+ .. .... I n re. .. . .. ..: .. .
Notice of intention to make appliMONTlCELLO ADVERTISER caton for final dsharge. ppli
Estab11shed 1860 To All to Whom It May Concern: I I
MONT 1CELLO CONSTITU'TION Notice is hereby given that I have
Established 1873 0, 0 O OO Ofiled my final report as AdministraChanged to trix of he estate of L. J. Dawkins,
MONTICELLO 'NEWS-1903 decease; that I have filed my petition for ?final discharge; and that I
AT IMA LIf NA will apply to the Hon. T. B. Bird,
County Judge of Jefferson County,
Florida on May '4th., 1943, for ap- WANTED Men for foundry
proval o' the same and for final dis,- work. Highest pay. Burnett's harge as Adminstratrix of the Boiler Works, Thomasville, Ga. 4t
tte pf L. J. Dawkins, deceased.
,ttI Asdminstratrix of the estate of L. also fresh strawberries. Audrev
lEditor 4nd Prokikitor 5. Dawkins, Deceased. 4-2-4t :Godwin.
1%Bilay e 'L CHi t: BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
the 6fizial AtPper of JeffTo9 Wanted to Biuy Real Estate
We have clients interested in
Enteled at ~Mlotiilo Bst / LVETOCK AUCTION SALE buying 500 to 1500 acres of good
as Mail matter of the SeeidCls i .farm land without improveTel h.. ofa a h S n o os -ments. We also have a client
Tephoe ------------- 138-- O who is interested in purchasing
ADCATTLE TOfrom 30* to 800 acres with good
--~ his statue 'of Thomas Jeferson be- IN NIkL -TC YARD, convenie'ices and outbuildings.'
neataH t edo e o th J frson M eA-it e 6 ,k If yu have r eal esta te or sale
Tnree 15 ter ad d---t-d 1ronze., Brze hiest 2 m Motello Stock R. E. KESTNER
Six -'Moniths ------- Loo Iday. 'P~resent statue is made of pllts A strt 2j .smr ponicello aetonce
Three~~~~~~ Moth .7 1erad'aid'roz.,BrneJ Yards. J. -M. '-Ha'vkins, Mgr.R\E. STE
statue will be, 6ast after the 'war. '*.Real Estate Broker Ih Sa The'dedication took place on the 3 '4' Tallahassee Florida
I 'went to church last Sunday '20tjt anniversary of the birth "of -______________morning; found something long' i 4 Thomas Jefferson. At the foot of......
I hit ,
laid, the sh-he,. President 'oosevelt ad-
-By: "Eamon." di'essed an audience of several and service of the young men of the his right; that was twenty-one years
\ Sure, I Nvent to clhurch last Suiday thbttslnd. He stated that in rededi- church bearing arn s for country ago when his bonnie' bride intromorning at the- fim biiv-gen tle in'- citing the United States to Jefferson, aid God. There is a star for each duced him to her pastor, Dr. Golden, distence of a very lovely lady.- Th "Apostle of freedom," the nation is one, 34 stars. Then, alone is ffixed in that very church, now passed on smiling ys of aDixie siin et an payighim a debt long overdue. on the outer edge of the standard, alto his reward. The kindly doctor'
td t aura f hie t'th day, fle d ehdats of Jefferson founded gold star;.the .wrier raises his right, had asked him to co.e .back again.
ed'throgh the siebiouis church, this'iti and named it for Jeff r arm in salute to ,a gallant soul, gone l soon, buf he never came back until..e
dotiTfortalbly welfflled,'aid sent skithon lieAMiticello. It is inder- West. On the lHonorfRoll he finds I last Sunday to find something long
gleaming sIaft across /the assm stood that no descendants live here thdtiaie of his own son (Army), inislaid.
blage to fpiis- 'all eyes on a' s n wf 'jMlthat several live in Tall) hs nephew (Air Corps),. in addition
ficent baikettboffqiiet of flowers rt6 ihe notes that All branches of the 0 T ICE
posiAg in frbit of the pulpit, armed services: are presented: The following the 19 list, th
. ... ...v. .fll win .i th 1q4 1ist w ,+ .. ? ...
Which 'the cblordbe truth and beaut fi aloltesfaIe, all-iembracing. he Navy, Marine Cor'ps, Coast Guard; the amount duie; of delinquent npdmi td, efiean Ie. of everything. truly a brave com ny the P1 toon tan ibre pers nal property taxpay~Sdd~ih~d ~~~~e'te '~ooi4 ~grat"ffrt'of ratry;a gt of 'the Chiurch),'and as hie -wats o ers,-, thle interest rate is I'% per'
"Said-, el'd' between the eleor Afgreat iffort-of oratory; a $Igrt mohnCheha~da h rs t rs, e psropert is sibert
lug~vn" ?f'~iithWrihtandLo se~nn bV a~{great speaker. be presented to'Dr.'Parkerrlfie mnum- -mnhai-4e'rpryi ujc
ing arimk QfSltili Wright and Lon ser 0ulpira plkr ree ~y ikt mm to seizuire and sale.,
Harik he riter was seated Te Wite'glaiice quested ee les a prayer, a soldier's prayer, Taxpayer Amount sle
ie ic directly th ae within of hre "God march ..with ye 'til ye come Joseph Connell -------------- 4.54
chbir and the revival speaker, Rev were nochins resting upon-upraised home aain." For, you see, he had Ola Hug es
Est. May 0. Johnson -------- 3.5
Dr. Parker; Rev.Mr. Roth, the pa hands to. hide a quiet snooze. Every found something, found something Hattie Dtwkins Gd. --- ----- .85
+J 7-oh
tibr, beini'abgent to 111 the'lphipit O face was aniniated, eyes following long mislaid. H. T. & J. T. EsWi .85
a Quincy Aister Dhurch, )r. Parkers the spa gestrs ears attuned Once he e h1t sonethin R Griffiss --.---------- 1.83
_~" w at~'t.cuch ote gsue~b~ sD.' 4H.Mays, Jr.- ------------- 3.74
own pastote totheWord, paying the clergyman '+The services were led by Mr.- E. L the highest h6nor oif the church,
Jones in excellent voice. He 'eX absolifte; "ipt, suistainbd attention.
teiidid the hand of fellowship and No man of the cloth co-uld ask for
'welcome to- visitors and soldiers; ex- more. No speaker ever merited rO fit 6.ittT'
pressed his happiness to see service more. It brought to the writer's T HE STUF
men attending divine service when mind the epigram of Socrates: that--- --- --- --- --- Ar
on furlough or week end passes, le 'Wids are fleeting, but what is These are the materialsthaare accorded preferential
reminded them that the Gpd of Witten remains,' for'the words of movement. Uatilse War is won they must have right
Christians was also-the God of bat thedying Jesus on Calvary were in
ties, theoldiers' God, the last hope imposition, perish e, allfor
ofdeoac. ollowing rendition giving "Forgive 'them, for they Whil this is being done the'Seaboard may -not in
by congregation and choir of sev- know not what they do,"' 'and tho Trumbull burpostmaster, Bit m there Isit Its albi seel isance be domaintain the same standnird
Iera hymns, a solo by, Miss Marjoi Word' has -een scribed in popyrus looks up from his newspaper consolation-now that Prohibi- of-eiteon commercial tr c as innormaltimes.
McClellan, gifted member 1o of ages, inked in -tel- yesterday and says: "I see they -tion Is oer-to see how modercic n
choir wa r d tyrs of -the church, to remain alive caught another one-' them so- aon dolan have grown Therefore, if your shipment should be late, we rely on
tenseness which tells every singe, today and for all eternity, the an- called 'gagosof the o Ii itilac. your indulgenceand continued cooperation. Seaboard
musician 'or pulpit orator, that tie lior'of hope for the travail of men. hibition era. Nowadays, if a man enjoys a maintains
digs S e n orvc Agent problem. sta egi ciitet
congregation reacts- as :a sounding the lodestineof the troubled heart, "Wonder how long it's going frietidly glass of'beer or two asist yourrtao
board for voice; mel6y or the spok- the sureas of the sinner; prayer, to take us to'wipe out the evil after a day's work, he not only Youto enlisttheir aid.
enord.It is the sit sense which I, petance; nia's attrib' ute of Prohibition ift lehiid ... not can do it in clean, respecable-'
signald te 'rdij, aiid itsIffecf is~ God strikingly phrased as an anti- to mentionthe billions of dollars surroundings -but he kiiows RD RAILW
Signl t6 ,ad t,1'c isattagtri E R A D R I W Y
ties bretlitakith g, for el thesis of fear, birthright of mortals, it cost the people?" that no bootleggerorgangste rs
-t ak i ng ,.+.+ + f o r. it i m' e. tile b y r a.k p i h:
utmost effort 'in the singer's' rang' by Dr, Parke in his eloquent ap- T ioinn's g t making a red cent on it. ORKS
the musiciah's 'Skill, the ?p kkerp' i to "Gome,-Join with us, Hard to belleveg A reica c6uld& BN AND SM
thought.emandtibns'id 1 :.y. ever pass aeyaw nlike Prohibition. 'wt 'o.&
First, the voice low and sweet, The service is over; the writer fix
hardly readhed the area of the es'lhis attenition on the'Roll of Hon
church, then.-the singer and- ac:0m or upon which ins liste4'4the names No 5?o i-e oy t~3B-itg&fsr'Fadto
- panist sensing 'the memory chii -'I "''r "- '-. --- ------ --' __ __-'-___y - _the melody and "wofds inviAdmb the expectant audience, gave 9tii of their best, andi the writers I fud
himf c E 011f L D0NCTRIC sSPiLI NCES
'u I I
of reverence, app~a1 nd tiddratOd8 0 IR OWN 1 LE 1C APR .F
While' listening 'to thd fll ftitt
voice now in crlacendo, whJ~ Mis Mildred -Dikrt, the *touo 4anif5
conjured out of indaidateN tund
wires it hdhittf. .. ly W bdit d 'g. il + :++'+
melody of overtones, fifdii kgU iKA 17 1~ ~ll? ~ij~
- contialto -'obligato of elhbing'od
ence and--tiihed techiitne. I
The congregation Y 16 eaxd. Tle
ar n e eis ion h......eln tt on .k onotd s repairmen
the' prpite "statinghi' hplo re ,t shelf' heln ,.e You:- ..dd thbse 'dys. 'But
then absorbed their attention ne 1 l' r; C.n idr1 p ff Bo...hiberl It
realized 'as'-oe 'list~nid td'the *II in 'life. -. nble 3hm o~gi -- Qt w raal 2-none Sto keeprounded entences of 'the f'lp -aelo.....n,. Suq yOU O' 'shelf. "
that here' was no ordinaiy''Min rf of the Gspel. Here 'was a4bi
Smith a message; competent in brigCyo
Aaceful: getbre kd' enmlasis f in to 1,s. PCOMP.
accent; resource in comand of
'wnids; imzbued with 'the ~veitable '~~o~e~'
truth of what he preached; hisna-
ntetisn- spreading like the shft -U -i- 'e, r de+ler" - -4
K ~of moonlight over biribblfig wafers' -et.
to' liold' the u ndivided attention q "
an 'ppreciative congregation. Nl .S:...l-e=IoEis i
pilpit pyrotechnics Avere his; up US1n s lO LE- tCRIlC
thinping of the solid Bible pedestal 'TGL
no diverstrained loud eiphasis"-w acot-ro( T+o
the stock in trade of this speaker. .
No/ he reached the'heart and4 miil d .
silbtly; he' presented' the case of GodI
vrsus the' works of the devil with AFFLE+ TCASTE
fth 'brilliance of a great trial lawyer \- + "OFEE-MAKEI
lfore' that high tribunal The Su- 'ASTER E
preme Court of the Universe, with e
logic based on" fact;' -with evidence
of salvation for them Who seek ti, .
as a truism beyond challenge of attack,'the written "Word"iabsolute,-rd'L' ::: /

Social rs. John M. Heary entertained SPORTSMANS CORNER
the memberss of, the Rook Club On A column devoted to the
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. Tuesday awith a delightful luncheon interest of Jefferson Coiunty
Bowen, Phone 8-R, not later than Tuesday ofeach week precedin the games. Wildlife and its preservation
__ _.. ...._.. .. ..._... ......__ _ _ _ IM rs. H K M iller w on the high W a .t preservatio
score prize; Mrs. Preston Bird, the
Miss Emily Glover Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. -Johnston left, second; the floating prize going to Edited by F. W. Carroll
Miss Jane May, of Winter Haven, IMonday for-Macon, Ga., where they Mrs. C. T. Carroll. and Miss Nancy White, of Pensacola, will spend two weeks with relatives. In almost every daily paper there
all students at the FS.C.W., were -appear frph' once to/several times
week end guests of Mrs. D. H. Gil- Mrs. A. N. Turnbull of Tallahassee BRIDGE LUNCHEON a week, articles on conservatIon,
bert. ;and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff .McElvey and ian-power, materials needed. ii the
.Mrs. Gidden of -Winter Haven, spent Mrs. John M. Henry enteitained war effort,patural resources, others.
iMr. and Mrs. J. S. Beggs of Mad- iSaturday here with relatives .and last Saturday w'ith abridge luncheon Food conservation offers material
ison, were visitors in Monticello on ,friends. for twelIve guests. The house was for profitable study by everybody.
Sunday when they were guests of ...decorated with attractive' arrange- us as s ten, relating the
Mrs. D. H. Gilbert. i. Scruggs, Jr., cadet Army Air ments of etunias and tea-olive; the problins presented in ths study to
Gorps, is -new stationed at Maxwell delicious huncheon which preceded such as have to do with wild life,
'' Mrs. Ola Hughes 'who has 'been lField Montgomery, Ala. William the games being served on the card game and fish, we find ample proof
spending a month with her sister, will be there for two months takig tables. Mrs. S. D. Clarke was ward- of the importance of these/things in
Mrs. D. H. Moore, in Tavares, Fla., sprelindaary and advanced pro-flight e4 the prize for high score and Mrs our, general and specific' epaerareturned to Monticello on Sunday. courses. E. B ~ailey, Sr., the second score S tionefforts.
prizeBirds ai~e 'the greatest "savers" of Mrs. 0. C. Head, Mrs. John Ander- W -M." Scruggs and J. G. Wal prize all our wild Lfe inedo. If you
son and Miss Ivy Pearl Hamrick left, platended to business in Live Oak Will watch the birds around your
Tuesday, for --Jacksonville where sand High Springs last Tuesday. home or in the oods, you will be
they will attend the sessions of Thet
Grand Chapter of Florida Order o 'Asst. U. S. Ally. S. L. Scruggs and LINTON DIES astounded at the daes taken and
.the Eastern Sta At this time Mrs~ Mrs. Srfggs were the guests ofMr. IN MIAMI A yung bird being fed by its mothHlead will beofcal ad rnand Mrs. W.' M. Scruggs, Sunday
beofcally madeB ran
Instructor, Order of the Eastern eight and -.Moday. They were en Relatives and friends of Vidtor C er, eats several times its weight in
Star, District No. 6. Others attend- route to Tallahassee where they Lnton,. fori eerly of Boston, Ga., in r d riSt were Mrs Emmalo Brown, Mrs. t were -the guests of Judge, and Mrs. and Monticello, Fla., were grieved duoingour foodctrops would work
m. W. MDsmniel and Mrs. W. D. 'Tom Sebring. to learn of his death at his home in against a disastrous handicap withGP ael ndMrs W Diami, which was very sudden. out the helpof o.ur common birds.
Scruggs of Lamoit. Mrs. 3. Herm ughes, Jr., with Mr.. Linton was born in Monti- These are simple facts, simply statMr. and Mrs. R. E. Elzey of Talla !,her small -daughter, Patricia, is ex- cello, Fla., Jah.. 20, 191, on of ed and-any child should know them,
and ytnurprsiggufesdutsds
hassee were reent guests of the for- peted on 'Saturday for a visit with-, Frank J..and Lucr J. Linton, there ad yet surprisingly fe adults do. her's brothelren la ad sistero Mr. her parents, Mr. epid Mrs. R. J. TAy- he lived until early manhood. He These future citizens haye been in there battling long .before Pearl Another angle is our wild animals nd Mrs. C. b immons. T w lor was married to Miss Arminda Ross Harbor,'and from the looks o things their norale is still 4 lg 'way" and the contibution they could
and Mrs. C. B. Si m ns.: They wet eaa o o rfo ~ u py ei
en route to Ghiefland to visit 1r '- of Boston, Ga., October 13, 1912. from cracking., Crippled children c an take it--all they ask is the same me to our fidl sply e eia
Elzey's father, Mr. R..M..Eley. Strand Mrs, Nelyhave Fetun Funeral services"'were held at 3:30 chance tobecome useful citizens as all other children have. It elp dutr bounifull' a supplied with zeyed. rom a 'isit ith relatives in p., n. Monday at'the Druid Lithgow .gve them their chance that the Florida Society for Crippled CLhld en game anas and fish' h'vebecome ed,-from~~~:i eltie n Mort of, ichoosy. We turn, up Our Morttiary. The Rev. Richard Broy- ,is again putting of its annau41 Easter Seal campaign. oto os. etr/ipu
Miss Sarah EKqder, of Jacksonville, Tampa. l of The Re.oichr r noses at things- we have never tried.
I le ofRivrsid Mehod-st hurh Mny,- in,- fact, most of our w'd
spent last week end at ome with officiated. le-was laid to rest 'in --"- 44",i'-tmif'er.wld
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWilt .-Niss-Sallie Mleston spent Tuesday Miami beside that. of. his' former Mrs. William A. Clark is the guest Mrs. Ethel Carter was a visitor in creaturesand species of fish, malke Kuder. n (edne day in. Quincy. ife who precedhim to the grave of her husband's parents, Mr. and Jacksonville last -week end. Mrs. good food and couldin an emergen-,
wif who preede hi to th rv irhsadsprns r
I 1 July. 1 r. Rbert E. Clark. Mrst lark, Carter has many friends in Jackson- be- used to supplement "our meat
ur n a te idow, Mrs. wlo has been in Tampa since her vtlle, her old home, bitt this trip \idiion to'good. advantage. Open -up
onstancIe Liniton o Miami, to husband sailed, will visit here for was ,prmitardly to .Meet an old-tiie 'our minds and get rid f prejudice on 'e'Na couple of weeks before Mmaing for friend, Miss Esa Ter who was: and you'll find this true. Except ng
Save -Yodur.Meat whom hie ,vasl -inarried Nov, 1942.acul f eesbfr ev
One son, Victor C. *Liton, 'Jr. o Maine 'here she expects to be dur- spending sa few. days iin, that City. -htie vultures in ir o bird family and
0' e oVctrC itiJo
.f S Atlanta 'Aand Washingto; three g Sgt. Clark's absence. Miss Terry, many yeas 'an officer our reptiles, to which we concede
in th .WCA. asI
daughters,,Mrslamt in the Y..C. as eturfti -from the right 'to prejudice, nearly. Ill
MOften awaukee Wis.; Mrs. War n Field Prof. Edwin J. Brown of Einor Nassaui Rjhan a 2Inids', where she our. d things are just as clean and
M :"'l'..k... Wi. Mr.Wr" il' Jn:r 'Eoy~asaBhm Tas vre' h u~wl
house of Miami, Miss Virginia Lin- Junsor olege, Oxford, Ga., was a was one f the delegates at the 'Wells their meat is as firm and sound as Always Fresh -and Goot o a iest the Dixie Hotel and of the onfeence hed 'at Qsen' College. that of the chicken and hog you o
VavIetyin our Marketst win, W. A. Carroll for several days 'like and depd on albbit and
survive him,---Times-Enierprise.' Sundday. boiled uttht Iwell ed lie and mixed'
Wa nwit bread crumbs Nand onions and .
Msis Bessie TDo rnbbll spent T aurt- proper seasoningg, nmakest elegant
rPU~.fhIIF IINIII'LiJ day in Tallahansee where she .as fish Jballs. The. soft. shelled tirtlerI mthe luncheon guest of Mrs. A. N. it ae ito
i.. ui nu. 'Pi'eclet fooder
T usoup or;stew, or if yoI/n, fried; ad
EPFECTIVE APRIL 1,1943 ~Mr. Arthur Curtis was a businies o, 'is te lgtor territyint
vis tor in Jacksoniville last week. (Thueira 6is ba- few suggestions;
HP Ib MrsT. Tilm B. only Thvere 4abti"ly sources
rohnOIrs Chishohi' oi Thomas- g o ofd Botsoe now. oaesoook.
Wor for AGn Aa m i m ville, spert several dys 'last weel
W ~~~~cnme~~wt beeae crutb create onion aotnedo MEH DST~U
in r dn :eg ;gCnintDtri hcg n .-B'NsPhloMnse
Welcome iny p ce .. s t mk ega
St. Louis The Ree. J. hHll Johntsbn, 'eto.
e telo n e uh a oro.Esto urc A.NChurch Schoodl 1030 A. tM.
Ly.,Mnticelo--------12:3 orn ofe~r or~s Eifcpa yhurh, frhasan
TIee o d of 1:37 a.. as formerly) been conducting a seris o t lks Mrxn ig..orshp 11:30 o'o
and forums' on Friday nights durmj Yoth Fellowship 7:00;P. M.'
IN lteaftelttrfo w a t ad -SOUTHB6UND tie. Lenten season, Ruige 'Hall, EveningA worship 8:100 o'clock.
F.A Mr'oIo r d rs. re Myeut-ng, fe dnuesay eve
a stories, managers write in to tel weekly '
, lia:ft r ar let teri~w, fro war~y !ncn---------------------------------------"'te oi o ots "ee
howimportaattthey considerCoca-Cola ai a iihe.tings andhas e niuch grit hoi Rehearsa, Thursday e. t. yrMogivin ntef h a.m fled -at the interest show oin g o at 804o clock w
m proving e rggin renstead of 3:40 nm.m. avls fsreerly)___ _d
:ent fpr workers... p in -helpingp tp ut EorInfrmtsain, tta WO
and morale. Of course w orkes usor n duration, CTikt BU.IE. S. WA.? BOn fStl
warwt plants welcome a rest.pase .'. th eecold TO OM IT MAY CONCRN
CocaCol a to make it the pause tbatrefreshes. ~..E. C. JESSUP. ticket 'Agent '--- E R 1 )
Coca-ola to m mkhesause o th at: efeses .a Monicel la hne40- You are hereby notified the 1OTICL FLO-11
c e wcom qu e tn E.Monticello, Craford, --as----- -IExecutrix under the Will of Sarah u' ro 0 R 'A ok
C. West, deceased, has fild her first
and final report of-her accounts and BIg DOUBLE FEATURE P
and enjoy.' Made with a finished art, CdcaCl thas .1 ha liedfri her discharge as FRI. & 8AT.-April 16 & 17
..-.a taste all its own .. a goodnessyou akys-1cnie.VI, as i eS o.
.................................! as "Aorsad N 3-.. .... ...... ....... FOREVER ..
Popularity with war-workers lasmade' Coca-Colaw"r George Brent, Brenda MVarshall
the symbol of the test-pause. And remember nly ------- DRS F
.. .NThe Coca-Cola Company produces Cca-Cola. D w S
This Sprin it's p triotic and srt to forgo hings that are supe
ete fromelnt wihutng frm to edu-da I
s e wthttelctle.mome t ohe .Ilp o rtth s D-coan a -O ITD ,Ed u O
mcansola lto woker in 'tar pans. t' trefreshesg MonticellS FRIhoeNDLW IYo aHEre FR hereN Miltone Berae thyeeh uge
Col ndtrcived APRI 18 &rwod 19
WIN eHTSDep atteon- Do--a lDBeens Ice-cold alays quenches thtrst. But it goes furtherExecutrixLan many oher tofEa SPRirt .. R
..N.. AN BO' SPUN ,RAYON DRS raAn T h n'"
Sher id retyDR. HRAULT'S SECRE~
BEAUTIFUL PIECE OOS-' iti m tsdvoiles, batiste, ash Lynn Roberts, John Shepperd,
s :ks, sltarkskun, ,pun . T.yons. prind) suiting, ciali brays, etc. J. Carroll Nalsh
LADIES' DRESSES-ayous pnd Prints, Slips, BElouses A2so-PICTURE PEOPLE
/ Good Sty les-'W'hite and Dark Colors JD & 'ftHURS.
Also good line bf sthples including sheets, diapers, 'APRIL '21 & 22
,Contentment comes when you connect with a Cake. The best is sheeting, ticking, etc. 8EOURNEY INTO F'EAR
always the better buy! LEIT US HELP YOU GET SET FOR SPRING ,AND SUMMER Joseph Cotton, Dolores Del Rio

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 16, 1943
WE WILL TELL YOU how to obtain proof of citizenship few days. Send $1 PROOF
Glean Comics That~ Will Amuse' Both, Old and Young ~Rn
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The machines that formerly
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 16, 19 43
,i""IMPROVED New Tea Towels Add
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. a-o
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann Lee and Aunt Jenifer's appearance must it's a naked knife--c ove a man (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
ole Cody, beneficdaries under two l4enti have smacked of magic; there she tremendously, shoot o his b-lood I
cal wilns of Old Bll Cole, sought to das was as they, came, hand in hand, a turiblence wi m be cotn\
ovr who hal ireo theanta abreu into the lamp-lighted living room. poundedof abhorrence, of fear, of Lesson for April 18
S l who ced as ld Bi's He releasedd one of Ann's hands hate of sheer animalism, of a tangle
nephew, and was 1 at the ranch i then /and took one of Aunt Jeni- of complex instincts. Right ,now, eson andiet and. scohe trye texntionals RE'd Dy
wase aivid ato pyighEducain;u~seda by low.,. lessha IEa
when Ann and Cody arrived. Do Joe fer's. She saw- how earnest and lopin at Ran-ce aIdron's not un. ounti a eos Education: used by lo e sthan Ic
and the Judge were returning to town eager he was; she said quietly, h adspe face, Bill Cole Cody's s nor un you
from the ranch (each with a will in his "All right Cole. It's something Ilodstream was ruffled all but be- PETEl AND JOlN IN e r i vm
poktfor safekeeping.) when they were~ A0 ?t 1 L
ockeforsfekeepi maed thed~t w sulrprise us, but we won't be iiy ytindiendurance, it ran cold .and it GETHSEMANEne .na ES ..
whom they recognized as Rance Wal- 6outit, especially since it's good yoarurht, and queer' Alizin streaks ins tdD th It
ron. ~Ton divert suspicion, Rance kiled ews. We can take heaps of that offire like miniature stabs'bf light "ON T~kT-Matthew 26:36-46 Jb,
his accomplice, Toni Gough. Mean- fn and I." 18ing12 shot through thu th le.
while, Cal Roundtree had discovered Whe he told them, Aunt Jenif4 "S you're still h e are ot int on. Matthew 26:41. A glassware, pots and panshOedr
401d Doe Joe stillved. you?"Au heif sai uou're '.'You 'kow Aupl ......
Now Doe Jo~wih the stinrsat do r eight inic middle & u. he said cur 6 bring their infectious gaiety to a SuP
Now continue with the story. foor; Am rached out gnd clutg qu're a fool' Cody, for stick g nogrnin of that great day new set of-tea owel They off
tighl 1tib aididn't.sea unt un any hope. o watching ay 7wa ade a mixing bowl parade, a knife,
R t h& ha an arm abo her. few drops that might spill out over sips of all the world was nearly at fork nd spoon dash, the soup
c'DcJocae-.he 'top of the bucket.' Because, if .lrh drns fie gt spoov dance, and four mior equjalThose were the days when Ann The c eoe came in. is t the e 33e h nd.Idthe darkness of the night,spoda ea o e equalLee remained in the big, still old Jenife sprembled to lie fe a es tle ver Ioigt e bwmg the situation of the Lord's ly interesting tea towel desi ns,
oduse. She nokd softly through i sed hiin Ann Lee deserve Col "y drops sled over m ti Supper, aid & words and prayer of trio of teaspoons as motif
hotheadim ote shades drawn a good tie you tucked yur tail or Lord Jh 1-17) ,e and His fr rrodchi paolnr. IutRIAOeNO
against the- glowing outside. heat.o and gav him-a mightyug heeYu havn' anycai heo e IR~o sils ~ t heGre RITATIONS OF
She trailed lier fingertips a ong able 'O Do oe! Doc Joe sh e It s couh edg4 tldii et i wkid ethreemof His t could evenbe don in runn SKmmIN EnTENAL CAUSE
i A-~o ~ cmmn owe~~g tjd I ~ disciples 'He went ;deeper7 into the stth.i- S I ETRALCAS
tops, long the, backs 'of cis s e a ing overnd aver. r saloon, that you had soie sort whadows e peur out ebhore the F- a b (aeads), and
smoothed the time-darkened walls '-.oe 'Joe beamned all over. H le of 'a rumped, up 'will,' ~a fak their His soul, "exceeding~ sorrow~fu o Z9s55 5 cents, is a hot frn tans- 'ul brkn-u sin. Mlin t with a palm of her hand. 'I love mid 'the each a bow; he kissed thing-ard that you haven't even got een it ath" fr of the eight motifs-the kund of trans mes with so Dire e tionm
you, Old House,' she sometime first uif s hand then Ann Lees. that no So you can get ouin a : sacrd scene, and we feel fer which may be stamped several times. healing, works the antiseptic way, Use whispered when' quite' on :adies!' he exclaimed that hury i. Cody.' Am I right?" a sse of awe and reverence -s Send your order to: Blac and 2ie Oi tent only as ei
-~ "~ 'an --rected. 10c, 25c. 50c sizes. '25 years success "You'ye got your secrets, Ahlvenl lyg'his face red "I niver though Cody swallowe He answered e approach it, feeling that we toO A RToneyback guarantee. :AT,
yo l H us e? Al dor on e a ything e old make a man so h p quiet y, very sloI y. would prefe to tarry outside the Box 166-W Kansas City,, Mo. l ac a olsiteeS in Toall daily., re;h on e rod eart wolyld have been -wo'th o a I' taking a big dose arden, did we not feel that we Enclose 15 centi for-each pattern
bad owes, youngI be- ere,- arly elead fofsure, jst t n awyou nw, youil know why later huld try -to understand a little bet- denied. Patte N B il w a y o n o n c h e e wkpoas n 'tb rc o e n w thN m . . .... .-.-......e.ri g e O
hebht a e- ike then, Old ful happy and prou.Pod la- ta oepyu muth hut? Ti e ~vare eseial cocre wt Name ................. .... Pull, the Tnigger oni
House? Why ean't you tell me? A dies-shucks, that's no name r asking a ot; the breath o e adJohn, who, with' James Address ...................
who was 'Sylviaa? Did s oe -thing unt T Ann Le thoughts do th ot :-s;itks ide ed our red's rwrowlu to OHajalH W....i.....
hpen Iy ada .8S forStatiomah witoo
-Do-ade, faied rse le s o'Aunt Jennyl" cried Ann Lee. e as a o erdl Hile 1Ho*b
r long ag -When she as It' rdto ,jCody moveIt calls forative-senna to pul
di"ong everywere Col thought Waldron chse to laugh ad nev- We note that they hod th s ofa b o
tatun theyl kne old EArld ill fomn Itdi sDtainpt it Prhp Hire arvieg not as36-3) absent to or mchmtaing. For
ly C ol before he so l e 'wants s to hide him Ta hoitu longtha eri as there a ofnt wdou cord puf aorget our trouble. niantnam e ap en tionsato
n lo te wfora hy a few miautey orh few ne't sner ito launhter ,ich To be ake by ahrist to tha So
the lov e h terriblw ? s hours, I don't know. H'e Syaw"h a should be a pleseit thigs ao rwhin aid this pucosl aous was td bo have tain sPpsin ins on D.Ca
. hen Uvphwe e ou gwih t a gil h s hinmt tooer tod stay sesid gr at es thrus upoer th melss toehe w pswtd lyathng
"I~ ~ ~ ~~~o looue Rronte Earlyon heill Yol reane, tha lttle thon Hiti d truat w thoey oul thel HigrauresagodmteautheLxtvsSnawkstplz nre n
hso ti n .;hycud nth a with H du It ? tivey solcomfort ae ad toea onyour
lgt, he 1'ud tn t it? veyCd kt a1il s~ but anhe could wetch knwt. u o oisoah v iik hlrnlv h
tu hat it i And we whisper, strukes. eamg braoti ao cofortisl e Js anyl.
"Ia know, you d~' about.whatnefolks call floo,,p BillsGoleRod bwun wit his aske a vanessicewewde bywNo iren ouna dwellztivedS bna m
Dea, d rfi se leaves d ept oo the lbl es" because your boeiy
lt. s oeritss t t gvea d calls for tve-ra to ll'
formance thse were whoat she was Wtad ha ron tan t was w a4 u tidal wave osf prrow unite hefr rep sa
nears enuh fr met hecout feee so a. hu h yas tha or rh r atp the Uabl that heige woul never larks bowns thoeenng
au g ,e r ly Fy o ld s a megd deaea, venw anted an needed fhuir r v c t n wit S W ea nes (vy 39r46) wh i
that I yo ae! why cd h man d ituatok di't yu? PT S ,
they lknew ol EaTIY Bil~t~n '- "--i ~ hf lay youp. 'As,Dr. Macla ?an pts it, ~ s~'~enta~
IThavehcomedsookier? Wheywcouldn'twarningsheehaev rhorighttt geurDrdcsoprahereshowed greatnp-eSALV the crowr of hi' raggegnold tStetson m gd the Far, tge" trf Do td ans
In adms thh e r m t bga t fbes n ackH rest toamenno in Tryi 'Ru-M-Ts- rinerfu Liimeaf
to his spurred boot hee-bu ed it ot-e Thougat thlt if yte sery edet Hie tr t moben o oRH EMAIS
dor thew him the way s; sod- wo nttaimnold were tr tendrends-and the eare- Marincuwh ver theyka AIAOln
' times thry looked Ha reached a hatd t e whe Some me are bn eat, b be sure yo l
tway milg. stri konhsamis an jerd, ao gobl noi eu vnsoetrdta hy stjExcange aond' Canters) Larotuepsin.aInditgoSm. aud
way bt werSyoug. alon with'w hhat nt Pic o il grasp ofa friend, an ieusyik the ma 'eveny have wel' Laxative Sna cobndwt
Thitsthese theble laers e say ese gre tn at eyo lhoe deale sessesowr sonseosultre
d alrie, Enia's Youwh e fewer knl @' Wair h n e'snt tshat thy could help Him atre is o iniferoener, Tut she Laxathmve Sea cwakea upr ozyf McNEI D Cn
wod s dalnd, tha' 1 wnger g oar ew An wa a mgh m wace dhad, healn landing dito e ulheiv h tte a es--A y 3 ra tet Jcsuil.lrd
t e th thdi~h weight, but tat toere prewl cuddles thoe And heukes ih Nour intestin Cl bodn as bt
And sometimes, alne in an earm W man a sn buy r dhaen fu ln. beat tome ellef from wohstipatin Atdh r q
w ith t hoefue or suden ~u nrted t erld d ogt tp h re n W droy a eap d wack tc in i. H a g gob out bSeufp Pepsin makes this laxa
aond hu u x td oin hs.Theyad i nute. foS it's upey tou not to geth tive of liiscWrtable and easy wi your
lhgt, ne would ost e s or sit er u g s i b t diey cule to gE C O' G [R
f their w ld which atp e noment Thatrtik's t mya, yt ads across the that saiily heilaexes and could neither. n iadsa.
in~a Winnn nor51alismha ade g tis eagnt t
w I kn w you are that folks D call R f cedy sh n w ih it ask eu thesam posiate ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ se. surpudiigea wasc the sta ana bbar. spOle intil Iit doru thein wa 11ece CoontukNtwt in.I ae prta a- S C RL.-o.
o'dead,' Erhi c illhbut It hent be left glhand' and struck a nlow spr i Get me out tf sh taz his oti-raeuase ta u ,e rhl es osu yos or fs a n
~iev yo -y realy oneaway rit -an-hard-striking mr~an to be pro~d Upldsbttr Getgetedly they Calhdnwebll's.ti'- i,
s i f l t t' rj l o n ad t g t e yoJ, bore w itaed e Ithatr their great ditost r dio alprmximaiteltyowaroo a e; b t a a u e
'or onwy hiht wat fa e i you o. Onl-Rance Waldron wanlew wapiiit wis willing (v 41), but in sriit wavt thede e or reports say they treo
oere some ere. Why, you're ever And that Wd dgi be sw sleeoi, he that, n to stay oake and alrt O-oi
firo etodh fore tm irepachjfy.H~ott know bod lshotic.n Hmselka i lheeor~ u ehvbcm thoei eyodotp
near- Godito he urst oe l ir I'mlivl lere catat wth beof't rpnt at thi table that he wuld neso r oarks n Ahe evMnin L o U at fie
s en t remefo u m e xcite ed hei s g s eu ther a i hee h ehd b teenarc a Hiit theW thra e H i lt h Ha
And is ykvia with o, tooG? You're gout his geor. And e his hg dfrti goes t adnauctioneet tooe vesr widen in th t
laughing, c early ill, you old scam p! heaven, our furJ provocation b a a s r 7 ou saha ped s. So, we go to s eyI know Nou ar esOh why couldn't ad i hisan i h g i n ur Atthee prayer odawer and z p ll i
I have come asoner? Wliy o cuudn't Thesh warning, he hadtrI rtace Wlr sles eaehss h the a Master
I have kiown you?" his guns, tyou-it ip a sd ", ai afaiSd in God itnte Fathr, the terrific Do you know th eiw rnegtlationst ua mE yaOPS
And it din th petio of early traiogld bt h ea. T tIf there were o B seoul cgaint being. r and se-t a tef Mntf ei te
rg and in the summer magic h a witness to ls predicament, that bmankehed with the tuakeri, of C ( service? Beae thes ediou calrrds
snapped ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n surne the they hear sisintl thdage ttu sen tplgacrsi tohetchteleyPtrnwmhCnesadistxhanes.
of the -lng, ingering twilights othatf a a an defnendtno fiaawyf agaadnsaidlgtesinde tFd
Ann Lee and illl Cole eCy grei e r I -it amllrderousattack. er's will. Here was tre deaialu of tee in th ,alhough there
into the pleasnt habit of smteg, 'toh wsnt s" surapedthi bars ly d te hees ab npw office restrrtioess snn
The Pofiro bgan whspeiti in Rane WOclon arf d he adiip ggl;,t i1ter hef has to heaue htcac~a eagis ra O
speak aitte to dwell in ndwarm ht only at emp r whic lwe muetiue It as Lhg e naturals tr
bareness 'of each other ig that ad thado solenorttocoinninto od ew asttch aomg the rop misguided 'and eoolish.
goe seqene oat lytngai-omttedy an hadfwte n s hr ekd fhich heDJ anbod An dofwenWht didcheftrinkloaccompih FL nteNvyCaGa rdadR EM TS
facia trusted fr nds t ate aaht ew y h wweidern the are. And e ;Ues t t dl r ss o h s w
tver the hills and valleys; some- htwe sentirentel tld fool a rh tog aeemp wtoen you onu a pforkage from
ti res they- looked at eacJh other, ppead ining snd a d, at at--tme o niteS as Saiour
each seek g wat lay deep dwn in ifblin 'g Le i f ha rons h e s ecrigthze totat-e the emete gf me isd'CA EL
Sth e o th e r's e y e s a hitte r oea r c h in g iswi n tme i w a e d b ut h i ih e w a W e p C h ri t b yw holo u s t'e A R E w w it
standing ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ e ind theber paio her slight bod cirightes dn toe trroaft w ht BAo- A ado ple ako h lo a ih rs wle ih hog
their own hearts. Aunt henifer spied l oneoing whe a certain- Wands;thecrd of a
on them, at ties from safe, se Coll Cody, tog withe eyoth e nowasubmitthd.eIn the s
strstahe, hn kwn h ue Cody streak the way lightning "tl that i cul se ta. h o ofa it jus t phsica tiredned S- wa distance, thn wet he quie amtishmaepp That doubtless entered in but was (bsed -o~n avtua ,sleg recordsi
was hey comin ben sit ao. anewm ornat gavea eixp not Jes oeus even iore tired than they Post Exhanges banre Canaeer o bol drein tsobSirutsrz
firios abrup happbearen hadin star and lokd.h-elcrdhs beain out, lf but Co b'eand STWeE nee to Jearn fro thisli expetiedI herhear she Was v uet fe o eer ofoa stop in at yur lofor deter he hands ofot ag be w oDug uc r H d gh
-ararticuoar e ains, with'ever fewer knnowwhere Waldron had gone, he and-dek sa ad '-he niarl drppowd sou e tmdai-ank ailhim arton a McNEIL DRUThr a, rnel
words and with longer glances be- knew and was having him watched deid, hteari and seeing the etCheurch whobarel e Tahep Camels-A.
ten,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~i Anodnt leytbweo vr ln ih a otebgwsaant ado' epe n potnte arlyelconened whthoi tween'theo than ever before, when all the time And he kdows th eN Billth C ody had leaped Lred was about tdi e.esat wad ghree occurrences burst upon fem Walderons o his ay right frlt Rance why theys h were quickly battered in
with the effect of sell bolfdu; "th rnh and aound, ch Coy waldln hed leaped back tonbe ut and when e did mie. This matand4 unexpected explosions. Trhey -had minute. -So it's up 'to us to get Doc-~ of his eah Waldron fired -and ter was not so serious in their; sight, iard no sound of footstep w e Te sht Cdy stru agair ld little Aan trso it wa not drofcult to yiegd to god a yth i they
it- spder orWakedro ith ome ae rTO BEof CONTsED) o-i leif -riE ~ ~ ~
-wrapped w)ere''they in the- concerns ready for Waldron' coig"X-'retocea ndridt bdynd epqetdrk
-was far trwey ftoil~ screa andiy trie dono --hant sie rbody and inthe epquetrof their world which at th -moment "That's-it, my boy, that's it!" said her, eyes, aind ould do neither. -In ness- and -alale. hys,:
--ate- surroundings 'as -was' the star any*'beans spilled until~ I do the- was, hakpli Cody'struck: Not with tion. D~ne-gae spiritual dan- SACK DRILL -for k p
- from which the girl's eyes camienow spilling. Get mne out of sight, can his 'fist his time, since that would e-threatens our souls,- our [fami- in~D aeaa
-so swiftly to 'try to rea r tlirnyuh 'the x-~ y nles?- Tll try to do'a n~t oii f h1MV ehpron 1ate- bilit n<,p nlhult liesrni. 0r wocl ~' I f-q n,

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NOTICE Eddie Barrington-----------2.15 Nathan Hayese--------------2. Win. Randolph ------------ 1.62
Month : 'The i the Rosetta Botts --------------- .861 Lovely Hayes -------------- 4.62 John Reynoids ----_----------19
The oll~-%vig isthe 942D. M. Bassa --_- ---:------- -_ 86 W .H m ---------2 gis-------following 1942 list, D. Q. Bassa_------------------ 2.68 Eddie Hightower ------------ 1.70 Ld Rivers --------------- 3.60
L N with the amount due, of delinquient Xdherman Benjamin ----------- .7 1 Ben Hill -------------------2.07 Rivers ---------------- 1.01
County Commissioners ttangible personal property taxpay" Amon Benlami --------------- 3.7 'sley Hodge ----'- .35 joseph Rivers -------------- 1O
Ws til finest rate is 1%t/ per Belm------372 esy og
eint ad the prpetyitsbjc Page Bellaln' 2.27 henj. Hooks ---------------- 2.66 Cortoett Rivers --------- 1.58
Proceeings Bard Cunty Cmmis.Andrew-B k-------------3.42 S. P. H-ooks -----------------3.41 Quash Roberts --------------1.30
MPro feedings Board County Com m is'to seizure and sale. Jesse Blo'k ------------- .71 W ilson H ow ard --------------1.65 Joe Roberson ---------------- 1 .42
sioners' Room March 3, .6Iih14
A. D. 1943 Ani oaidaxpayer Amount due John Blake ---------- ---20 sa Howell ----------------.95 Aiex Rogers ---------- 2.15
-~~~~~~~~~~ -----J-.--el---------$15 1..80 Grn -oel-------.65 'Perry Ru.,in ----------------1.66.
The BoardSe Anes--------------27 Dan Brantley ------------ 2.86 Jeff Houston ------2.25 He rmran Russell ------------- .80
Tee rd ofefro County, lorms G..( C. Andrews -------------1.96 Dock Brantley --------------2.43' Wallace Hughies,-Sr.- ---------1.71 LLu,,ne Russell -------------2.43
daonerstof Jefferson d Caunty, Flor- W W. Bassett------------128.81 Uze Bradley---------------1.22 William Hughes -------------2.00 el Rss ------------------ 3.67
SA. Beaty----------------3.13 Arthur Bradley -------------2.60 Princ Jackson -------------2.54 Chalie Sampson ------------ 2.07
there being present Chairman C. J. L. T. Jip---------------37.02 Tom Brooks --------------.- 2.85 BillJaes-----------------1.97 Did Scott-------------i Reams and Commissioners John H.11.. A. A. Bishop --------------19.40 Camilla Brooks-------------2.78 Jesse James -------4.36 Solomon Scott --------------1.66
Shmn Fe tkly .WihtPH oln---------.8Lafayette Brown ------------ 3.08 John Jackson. ------------ 4.09 Cha. Scurry ----------------3.13
Shman, Fr d Gatham E. S.WH. -- 58 tler ----------- 2 Crl Jackson 76l2 JE ScIy 43 1.3
inute o. GathemeeigjF u Mrs. P. H. Boland ------------1.43 Cheter Brtlwn-------------.27 Henry Jackson -------------- 2.18 Jeffot Scurry' ----------- 1.633
J. P. Bolamnett S WIllie Bythwood 426 Abram Jenkins 2.07 israel Seabrooks --------- .34
rMiutes of 4e ean d ae Branch 70 Frank Cason---------------1.17 Richmond Johnson- 3.66 iley Sloan -- 1.16
pred. y 3,W Brittle Geo. Christie---------------2.85 Est. Abe Johnson 1456 Adan Smith
e.o a e A. Brle --- lntoi --------------- 1.83 Ed Johnson 2.18 Tom Smit -- 1.97
Thaie-,followvng aconts orere eaid CMONs. AN1IK'St Brok 1------- 915 Chris Clinton---------- ---1.70 C. J. Johnson ---------1.95 Cly'da Smith --------- 1.16
SteA. Brnett -------- Sons201 Ben Cobb -----------------4.6 ,0 2Shelly Johnson -------1.78 Richard Smith ------- 2.29
mined, approved; and ordered paid. 'MNY'n'E J.b A....... .........s ---- 2.4
Warrants were' drawn for the soy. GET TOG~ETHER Mrs. Cedric Carraway -----2.61 Henry Cole -----------------1.12 Fharo Johnson 3------- 47 Berry Sneed, Jr---------45
.ral amounts, signed seale and D.. el1.1.hsCoema ---------- .97 Charle Jones 2.7 Chester Sneed ---- 1.90
,eral amounts,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~---~~ 3.12,sald an D .C dw l -------S.-19 'ario C linSnee---- 3.1de Jn s -----------.1 .S ee --------11
countersigned in open Board. N. Africa-Radlioed From Cairo- H. L. Chancy 2 --.---------, 78 Is-c------ 1eral Home Collins........Pis _---os 3
General Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower R E. Clark Jr 1030 Js CDnies----------------1.7J1 Centry ordan 3.3 Sneed ------ 3.84
CloverClub --10.30 Is"T Daniels ------ s-- Lawar -.....- .6 Aren Sneed-------------- 2.9
Warrants Drawn on General Jtev. (overseas cap) shakes hands 'with Luther Cob -------- 381 -aneDanies---------------3.871, Lwsn 60 Abe--------- S7wDB anl----------------- 2.96
~ to 57nue, Fund British General 'Bernard L.AJlontgomn J. W. Connell --------3.13 Tn'Dvs-------38 ei.7 .B alr-------29
58to59,inclusive, paid ery, Commnander of the Eighth Armu A. F. Conneill ----- 8.03 o Davis ------------------ 3.00 Walter Leonard ------- 2.48 Jas. Thomas ---------------- 2.70
ty Those. Conniff- 2.90 Louis Davis -- 1.16Isaac Loggins 3.74 Rbert Thomas ---------------2.78
t73 Wipamproxe Ba------ $9.0wihcae Rme rmEytB H. 'Gooksey --------3.64 Lloyd Davis -------------- --1.12 Anthony Long -------- 77. Geo. Thompson; Jr.- ----------1.19
iallf~wav up Tunisia. General Eisen- Fred Cooksey --------3.17 Jery----rk--------3.1-oh--- 1.37 'Williamn Thompson ------ 1.16
salary Feb. 1943 ------- 20.00 ho,,er, Cmadri he falJ ."osyJ Jas. Demps -----------------2.29 Maggie Long ---2.19 Charlie Thompson --- ---2.17
53C.JRemalrthA dFNh -JAoosy67Charlotte Drayton ----------1.66- John Manuel --:-------1.77 Wallace Thompson ------ 1.70
Feb. 1943 -------------40.00 flew to Gen. Montgomery's head- C. E. Crisler --------- 2Mr lis ------------------.-71 N~ed Mathews ---------2.46 Geo. Thompson --- ---- -.72
5732 Fred Stokley, do.------- 46.00 quarters to congratulate him and his Vernice 1D'as 1 Gus Evans---------- 1.73 Neil Mays------------------ 347 'Virgin Thompson ------- 2.91
5733 John H. Shuman, do. --- 4 men for cracking the Mai'eth Line. Laa ais------ 12.08 Robert Feachcr --------------3.00 Peters 'Mickens --------2.92 iShelie Tlmr----------- 2.08
Grnhm 'd.- - -00 mener~ Eisehowe fleis over----- .8C a, ec e --------29 ct ilt---------- .1 W l Tillnla -- 3.31
5734 G a h m dathe Mrs. L. V. Dorsey -_ Di Fieche ------------- 3.84 Spce Miller 4 .1 illi Tillman 2.78
5735 E. S. Wright, do. ----- 40.00 blasted 'fortifictions. Last week Jas. L. Davs .90 Davidniel------- 3.84ci SpnerMler--------9--e lmn-f 'Geo..,Deniott Joh--ni--- Fran5i------------- 2.74 Sampson Miller -------------1.36 Cleion Tillman -------- 3.84
5736 E. W., Davis, care of Yanks andj 'Br'itish joined forces_';' G. T. & 'Bobby Devane --- 21 RcrdGfey-27 ll'dMihll------2.6PnkeTukr36
-clock, Feb --------------- 4.00 pursuit of the defeated Axis forces. Jesse Elrod ----- -- 3.9 Wash~ Gallon ---------------- 6.91 Willie Mitchell-------------6.45 Richard Turnier --------.45
5737 Mrs. J. M. Henry, care of .'J. 'Reese Faglie 4.30 Minnie Gallon --------------3.67 Fronia Mitchell -------- 85 eSam Tyson ------------------1.16
CLH ron~-----5.0'EnetFgle29Peter Gallon-------- ---.50 M1anders ,Mills .86 Johnnie~ Vickers -------- 1.97
Ct.H. ronds-------- 500 27W. J. Hatchett, salary, L.neB. Flsom ---------23 W:Ibert Gethers ------------ '2.15 Perton. Mills -------- .8 Jon W d ----------30
5738 Mrs. C. W*A. Reed, saay,'.B.F lom---------- 76 --
16 Fe1b.-1---3------- -------97.10 Jate E.thr Gardner---- 6 6FedMti -------- .1 Irvin Walker --------- 6.66
Feb. R.4 -----do---------466 .; H.' Gaer -------- 1.30 Slno Gibbs -------------- 1.12 Wilson Martin ------- 2.43 Richard Walker -------- 2.42
5739~~22 J.r R. Vann do ---- -- .10J. Gerl --------1.22Arm----------68Vi Mri--------1'Shey'Aakr.39
579Housekteping Ai Prj. 229 Leonard Carroll, 'o, 45.00 'L. G. Giblson --------- 51 A rm Gbs,--------68 a Morr 200--------- 1. ohnelly W htke ------- 349. 7
donation ------------------25.0 Yuglod:. '41 J. P. Gramlin .86 Bert Gibbs ------------------1.90 WVilli ors--------- 42.10 Abram Windsor-------- 41
ng 64.1 ---- -- --- 5.8 P r o 90 --- -- --40 b
5740 D./ A.nbloo F-na-s--offceL.-.-Gifin--1 Frank Glenn s -anWnsr------- .96
rent, D.A. 1943--------0.0 of4.10 E. Greefn ---18 James Glenn ---------------2.57 Alexander McKinney ---- 3.90 Jessie Williams --------- 6.67
231, Fb.194 -----B.' C10.0ar1k.,. C do.,d.Be.1n.,iEeGrGrah----m----- 1.326BeniAlfred-----Mi---eod.3 A1re05ceoJohnn-ie---- .0iJonneiWllams------ 1.12.1
5741 Clyde H. Sauls, salary, 232 Ernest Bell, do.- ------- 40.0,0 D. F. ,Groom ---------1.7 WatrG aa ------I--i.1Jh3c ue --------23.J m sW liii ----- ---34
Fe.14,------ 10233 J. E. Gardner, do.- -----83.10 B. S. Groom ---------16.0 Hrs Wa Gram --- 2.21 John. McQueen ------------~ 2.38. Jhome Williams --34
23'L94 --------- H.De3e110-----i1 G. L. Grubbs Hrs------- W--Gre---380R-B----n--------38 CoceWllas- 16.50
574 R.1. eaed------ 8.16 Nathaniel Green ------------3.80 Jim Nathan ----- ------ -----2.38 Da'sy Williamns--------------.65
542 'June Anderson, do.---- 16.00 ~sM'lla' tr;ws.- t8W. B. Hagan --------.4JakGeen -------------- --- 1.97 S. T. Nelson --- ----.66 David Williams -------- 2.70
574 T.G. 'shp, en 2,5r c~llla's toe, dse --11.8 C B Hamplton 1------- 8.13 Miles E. Groov'er- ----------- 7.48 Wil Nelson -----------.72 Abraham Williams------.9
54T.GBihpret236 F. A. Jo6hn'ston, groceries 25.45 Charlie Hamlton 4------ 1.8 .90------Hatit------437 237 Amoco Service"'Station, 1 -er Hamtn12 Plenty Groover -------------u 1.27 Anna'Norton ----------------1.81 Butler Williams--------27
5744 Cityo ---------- 1ept. wae0.9 27
5744 City-------------ept., JoaHanrey.19 Jas. Gibson -----------------1.58 William Parker -------------3.52 Edgar Williams --------4 2.9
supplies --------- J Hale-------------3.840 Joe Hadley----------------2.22 Ed Parker -------- ---------1.80 Jhn 'Williams ---------29
5745, Sincl-air Refining Co., fuel 15.45 23 .L Ad~sn de'"...1.0L1; aoit-------------- Alice Hal2.9 Jolli' Prerr31 --r--- ------ 2N ilas -------.42
~'5746 TheRI. & W. B. Drew Co., 239 .L ~nr'qsaag, rdepar 17.60 D. Stor -Robert Hall2.9WlePakr191Vt lims-------46
Heas let -------73 lc al19 o nP ryJ.25S Rc illiamns Sr.-------- 2.86
supis ---------1.20J 239__ Honrs G rgrear 9.5 H as r g Soe ------3,7 B nH l --- ---- 1.20 K. S Per .7 f wi W lia s r-------- 2.27
574 Wlkl' t~an &CoswI Total Road & Bridge',. Albert Hentz 3.31 BnHl .- -.- .0K .Pry---Fud-1,5-75 an-Hme-21 Morris Hiall --------- 1.20 Willie. Perry .41Ale Wilkins ---------22
54WakrEvn&CoselFran Hon.58--- 21
CFunady --upplies- 1.4 ------ Ed1owel56.75.0 Oscar Hall ----------------- -.45 John Phillips --------.96 'Clinfon Wooten --------55
5748 pay, 'uple I 4 dHwl --------- 3 Johinnie Hain--------------- .64 Cornell Proctor ---------246Till Wo-olen ----------- 1.92
578F. & 11. Bank, paid bills 56.25 Warrants Drawn, on Mothers' Fund J. R. H ugh es --- ----- 4.98 DensHnis.- -86Js"rco.28''fv'Wih i41
5749 Southeastern Telephone 1257 Mrs* Susie Whittle ----- $8.60 Jonto' V. a h S tr---- Buster Hart -----------------.77 Henry Pinder --------2.23 William. Yon ------------ '1.95
66ntnsCs Soe---U.70J W. B. Hawk:ns -------------'-1.92 Hiram Peterson -------- 4.5 ClrneYoung-- 11
Co. ohon6 rent ---------36.60 258 Mrs. Esthe'r Kilpatrick --- 3.0 A. J. Joiner ----------8.02 ----------ren-57.50 Montivello Gro. Co., .' 29 Mr's. Hattie Kinsey ------ 2.00 Paul-Ke--e------- 28.14 --_ 7------- -_supplies -----------------8.50j260. Mrs. Lillile Story-------' 1 W. J. Kersey 1--------- .08 .
W. M. Kersey ------12,33
57,51 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct. 1261, Mrs. Trudie 'Nrilifor1 ---%-t.,1.00 Toa isy '9
Wk., Feb. 1943 ---------20.001262 Mrs. Carrie 'Waters------.00 M. D'. Kinsey ----------5.38
5752 Fla. Power & Light Co., 263 Mrs. Florrie Freeman- 2.00 Hanup Kinsey 2--7------------ 2.07
Ligh~ts-----------------$.36 1264 Mrs. C. E. Walker-----4.(.0 Elise Laffitte ---------4.92
5753 R. J. 'Taylor, Coms --- 49.461265 Mrs. Leila Jones -. ---4.00 Ln -15
5754 L. R. Rainey, supplies --62.10 2&) Mrs. -Minnie L. Brisoi. --- '3.00 her Leei -------- 2.90 F2
57,3Z Simmons lirug'S tore, 1267 Mrs. M. W.'Watson 2.0 MaKen Beauty Shop -----10.30
drugs---------- -------- 1.40 268 Mrs. J. MW. Highito'wer -- ---- 2.00 H. A. Malley----------------27.81
5756 A. S. Grant, Gen. Ct. Wk., 269 Mrs.' Zorah Hjightower ~ 1.60 T. J. Martin ---------------- 3.66
Feb. 1943 --------------16.00 270 Mrs. Blanche Clark ------ .() A. Mashall--------------41.92
57,57 A. S. Grant, trip to State 271 Mrs. H. A. Bilinskj -------3.03 BI, C. Marill ------------- 1.7
Hospital ------------ 16.25 27'2 Mrs. Sallie Moga_----_20_Ms.HKMlet-_--------_62
5758 'T. B. M.rd,'insaniay case 4.060 273 Mrs. Mae Marshall -----2.00 Monicello~ Trading Co. 176 Mra---2.0' Fur'niture' Co. --30.58 _________5769~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 'S .Bisn W o 00174Ms lueAln ~30 am Ne Smith ---------------66.21 ______51760 C. J. Gay, MW. D., do. ....,i. 15.04 275 Mrs. Eugene Horner---4O Tra Pattersoni ---------.-60
5761 Charles Arnold, do.- --4.00 276 Mary ". Norman ----------2.00l Plaza Cafe ---938------------ 9.38
5762 Jefferson Co. Defense .277 Lorene Davis' ----- '- 2.00 A. P. Porter 2----------------- 5.27
C. L. Powel 281 Nw ae Y. T
Council, donation------100.0 278 Mrs. Corn M 6.00 C. Powell --1 B---------- 2.17
v a Bozema -- ..... Newtterr Ioe: Yr.es1:
5763 Head's Drug Store, drugs 1.50 279 Mrs. Audrey Normnan ------ 4.00 L. W. Powell ---------3.60 adEn~joy the finest magaziuqp ,'an
5764 J. Anderson, nails Oi 280 Mrs. W. W. Johnson------ 4.00 Will Ray --------- 8.90 while saving tires and gas- (1 YEARx)an
fotal, General Rqvenue -.-' vr.Mary Brow~n-------' 2.0( A. B. Reams 1--130 A n agazineListed thog thsnw-Fv Gra
Fund ------- --------$,2.24 Total Mothers' --------- 3.1 0.n Reeo19 get such Fv ra
F.- 0.l Reed --- -- -- --- -- .9
'Warrfin4 Drajn an Fine Fund --------------------- $85.00 S. A. Rihr 0 ohFrPie hw big reading bargains k
0 ~tre Fund Wrat'W. T., Roe --- 4.62 Pick your favorites andMa zie
4293 AS.Gatfigrrnig Wrns.Drawn On Agriculture Chjici Rolt1.40 mail coupon to us TODAY. I
A.iS. Grant fingerprinting-13.0 Fund 'Seab~'2ard Oil Co -------------7.62 All Maasixes Are For I Year 'ALL SIX FOR ONLY
4~,Pisoer----------3.0 2 Mrs. C. A.:Langston, service& Julia Sheffield 5.40
4,4A. S. Grant,' handling L.R hfil -------10.61
prisone'rs-------- --4.50 in Home Dem. office, J H. Sheffield --------l04 Amnerican Fruit Grower ---.S25
--HShffel 404 -----Fb'93 -------12.0----American Girl __ 2-~75 a,
4295 A. S.' Grant, servant hire 2S.00 Fe.14L------$50 loyd Shiver --------- 8,66 El American Home~ 2.75 Big Econm Club' .7
4296 A. S. Grant,.Cni ~--------12.15 =8 Miles Groover, office rent C. C. Shaman --------1.38 American 'Magazine 3.25 s3
G C .. S ak 26....atr o e & G en..75 FrnJora .rmer .... .. .., : ....
_ Npegro--ge-t----b--195.5 --urprise--- 212
74300 Clyde Motion made-01- and car'rie to Sh4.50 Hx AmeEAmeric Hanome _1 Yr.
Wk., ::: Feb. 1943 -------- 16.35,Wl mith; :; on Pauper t.0 Roert Thompson' --_- = 2114 El Column; Dig~s : L ______________ El iAmerican, ".. Girl L 28.. :.8Mo..
4301 T. B. Bird, do.---------.= 181 pe ot..,R te'-------13 lCuty etea,2Y.25 lPathfinder i (wekly}. Yr.
4302 ... T. B. Bird, .docket fee-2 8.0" Upon motion d.-:' made:' andJ car Ld il 'H' Walker-------------_-41 :.... 51 2-!' El EatiudeIll :Muic Magazine .... -S0 E":l ei~re!Ft :Digest
4363. B.JT ovito i Ed Wile-------r,....---. ...-20IE'd flies .-m2 Brn "It ive'Sren____ii B.J amnrieco !n,jv ne th oloing RelutonwaW :G. ;Wheeler-----------1 2" arm & Wi.e. 2.1 DU'51 E..ot..ild'1 r
/> 'fee'".... ---------- ,---20;00 adptd by the. Bard: esltof:> ' B.Wheeler----------2 0, Flower Grower ... -- .E Christian Head 26 Mo..,
Total Fine and Forfeiture -.- Ghas.,,Willboro .------------ .27 83 Hygeia .--2...--. 34 Beiter !Homs&0 rel....... O ...n Roa (1 s .....4. I ...
Fund R ESOLTIN .Jack WifflfordHaseol-Mgaine-,-:2.0.W-ans Brn Qmpnia.0.......... Y. l od scr.een. -. l Yr.
warrants.Drawn o oad ai:nd Wheea" th Geo HWiic---....------"-E Mode6rn Romances .5 Pro6gressive ,adeIY. E cec ...coe.. .......A r
gagedm~geud./ i in thg re-building ande0 co-Cooe Ls MdrnSren25 This Nwsppr r El Pents' Magazine ._.=.6Mo.
:209MW D. Fundo!: = 's0tetion of State Road No. 291 un- Jiohn Alexadr J.----2.6 8Ntue 1 : 36 E lwrGrwr o
Lab oac .40 ..... "': : Al ?, 'Rgiider the. Supervison of; :the 'StateJF.'A Alexanfder '---....... .2 El ffsa Deetie,tre30 Regular ALL 50 El Oudor12is. !-r o.
210 City .WaterDept. ,__ ater 3 Road Departmentland J le----------.3 'ElOe od(2is.1 :)27,Vle 5VN*E Te'omano .'.AI Yn:
lH ightsve ...8.31p d.. with the ..Rt otLui. Andon-------- 4.63~2__, 3,: El!i! .. $3Household Daazine~i_ A i Yr.
21 l.Pov ights: ..... C.,. 2" .Wheremsaid Road has been 'com- J ohn Armnons 3.30 El _ar nts' Magazi3e 3.0
S" :/, 212 ,Monticello Milling Co., feed 54.70j emtel 'approexn h-th Pathfinder'v (rA !weekly) ,:=2',_ 2 /, 2'1{ etr 2,5 " 5;0.
213 Montkello -Grocery Co. ....mentof 'the Commiss:ioners~ dJfim RoBer Mnld-------,=-.63 'El alrMehnis- z'i : '~ eH GROUP B-Selec T.....2
grceis-----------Road. should be completed, an the Simon... Raihy~m$rl &? Wf?2r
214 Souitheastern Tele. Co, -.4 E cec icvr... .0 Bte oe adi........ .... .. l Far rl. T 'rmWife2 lYr.
County Funds ae "insufficient/ .. to Jsse11- ...c.n.d...5..WrarsHr.Crpaia~.i..... r lPolr rbn ..2.l r
: ; phone rent------------....640 [enable the Coun'ty to c mplete sai' Silver Screen ..2 2.75. IR J r:..... Th lMther's HomeLie- Yr
,216 F. & 1W. Bank-, pai billK...5.0 road;sa edt h dSaeRa otenArcluit-2l rm Journal & lr, r' if...... YXr 0TEverybody's Poultry Ma.l Yr.
: 216 E. F. Ridgeway, wrenches 1.07 Therefore Be It Resolved 'by ;the eprtment; a duly certfied copy o6f El Ail----- .5 Suh nAreluit1Y lPogesv amr..,..2r
" uces!u Faming" 2.25 T:seaapr.'. Yr El Southern :Agriculturist ...:2Yr.
217 D. H. Mays Hdwrr. Co., Board, that the State Ro~ad Dpr-this Rslto.'- el ... ..Sry .-..... -....--25 Reguilar ALL., El American_ Fruit Grower.A Yr.
S supplies-------------13.46 meat of the State ofPFlorida, be and Ther e being .no further: bi~siness o WTh' omo 2m .7 5 $6.75- 0 Ol uccssfl Frmng .,...;Yr
" 218 B. R. Rainey, supplies _._19.15 they a;re here by respectffully m e- the' Board then tdjourned. ...." ;' .... .. .: 2 ... Nt is!kPrder,1.
219 N. B. Bramlett, tractor .quested anfd Petitionied to stpliy, the Approved: C. J.: REAMSll IIII-!>, driving---------72.0f5 sum 'of $4,006.06 out ofan. ...s ttst Caima
221Armur ...ompny.a..m.t.ccrin 'toffer on Atet a-ea~a : I'iA I
!?: 220 Standard Oil Co., fuel _-69.88 now in the handS, of said"Roahd Be- CLYDE H. SAUJ Clerk .rE t .THI NWS APER TO
g2 roeres------------6643tCont Flori fro thefolection ...'... i tA 4* magasses d, sired. aud eidco'e withcoor.
: 222 3. 1W. Morris, .agent, ga taxes as provided 'by law. 'WIN YOR~ R~ACE i'V" ap'" Gentl!cn: IencloseS $---.Please send me the
gasoline 88.24 Said, sum to be expended in the corn- For Busines Supremacy i: SO- ." offer elseked, wih a yer's susrito to j paer
il::"224 Fenole Chemical Co., pervision of said-State Road Deat- .SRE R ...
: supplies---------------..32.23 ment. Dear- ___ ~ __"___" ___.....22 icli einn o, ul3.2 eI PrhrReovdthat the1 -r V .......___ ...
20I.-MW. Lawton, labor-------.3.00 Clerk of this Board is hereby direct- i ___________-__