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The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
v.58 no.41 April 30, 1943


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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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The Great Middle /SECTION OF
Gateway to .Florida TH O''CL0NW- FLORIDA
The Jefferson County Chapter of All ini iibersoth Control, Cen- will be 'heldFridaynight, 1p $rl0, ,Tallahassee.- Jefferson County
the Eairn 13ureau. is niow,, organized YAP* ter of fil D-cfense, Coun il,/n>1air at f) o~hck at th Colrntry3 lu had a perfect record of no cliris
and, Fildv o upeate. his ogaD- AM CA0LtW SLAN!S Pc~& 00Wraid 'wardens and 'ny others wh Tallahassee, instead of at the 0o for uepomn opna'o
iz~ol oles cane orfames RU 0niht f,)e interested are, urged to an's Clu b'as announced last we.duing the last 'week of March, aO,
Jlvin, ofmton c Speaker, and( Ms. IAichar
to gro'OL themselves together in ojr- a e1te1 o4 iAVp~ ~ cording to 'a report- from th~ Flordter that their needs may be morelure flm a th Cm Iuse, M a,, S nison 2will be hot to members ida Industrial Commi~ssion. This is
for-iibly presented- to our, State and ~3.UL S hw~'3, Afonday &:30 P. M. of the House of Repreetativ'esteIae1~prodfrwhh!cna ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e Wonad ledr. 1 i e There will 'b three films shown, upon this' occasioni-. Plete figures, are available.
known fact that there is strength in Y:k.3 IAilastin gabo~ut one liour. These films C iies of Jeffe-o C ounty are C~hairman- Boyce, -A.Willi~nxs de-rity. if the farmers of today andOMO 1. 00 0 ~ ar~/ e o)il the oprtof -the C~ontrol iflVited t'atteild. c are(that employment~ in. Floridai
tomorrow, are going to get the 01 0. i etr~'d rieotea'ads ajt the highest peak in. the State's
things they are entitled 'to it is ab- AAA, Comi wardeis hi--- -~story. No mnore than] one person
soIutely necessary that they --join se lk SAOA A- surprise blackout is being pla-t o ut of every 604I is without -a -job,;
-011 icfroraiton/ ASTRALIA F ,id for sometime in thei ni arfaturc. niojn ceu ra figures sho a
Farmners 'of -the South -have suffer- -*Therefore it is LIT'ea that all >those nainwd raio of one unemployedbecause of. lack of organization. CAEOI -oj:' h aedfo o ce ih -'-- uto vf 34W~ h b
Te manufacturers of the East have T .*_ ,/A IM this to attend the showi#ng of these rea termed the "irreuil inIo-be r-nzdad sarsl films. When this jblackotis hebi mum" -of unemiploymenit.
tey -enjoy favorable -tariff -and U. S. SEIZES ELICE ISLANDS FOiR NEW AIR~ BASE we will iprotbably have inspectors --'-William~s said whatlittle jinenm
freJ.-lt ate. Jst hy reghtpreentfro Stte eaduarersploymnint there was in Florida was~~
i~~~~eight ~ ~ ~ ~ T rae..Jsj' frzh ~ e U. $. has won a new island !base inl the South Pacific 'when thleypest-frm- ae {dqrer
rates on products -of the South ar~e occupied Funafuiti Island, largest in the B3riti sh4Vfan dated Ell'ce~ Islanldan the Arnny. -Therefore we' want du't esnllay-of-fs--ic ihr-ta h~'o rd hst:b sdn dc t5bo-sbpe] anf toio conthe
Is f heEas --vrygroup, without~ opposition from Jap an. Map above shows U. S. and -oilto of-6 various oenstrouction~p
-cso h inustrial, Eas~ isvrJpns Islarnd bases in the South Pacific theatre of -war. 4l el kepupou po rep prjets ewnd, t ve r ofwi~ a~l
hard 'to under-stand. The reason is [ in 'tis most iniortin work possible big -Jet-do-,n in. employtht the East is organized to the ax- in,---~-,- the----- d- e fense of our Conty.Th ent at the edo h a."lr
tetthat the Interstate' Comimerce WILMER BAST JR HM SIL OEam ttste xetsear1ai till primiarily an agr~icul-tural
-oiniso BhasE~-~ fo. years~V i faoe raid st fro the peey Reeme Ma-woker
6 nI~s" PROMOTED TO MAJOR- SHOW FRIDAY. -OF> Fai. srjise-n
at secti ii. The Sou-th ha been TI W Kwha happened at Pear r bor.1 *bei reesed- fromi their wa
ianp ed' because -w aenot been IN U. ARMY THIS WEEK -owhenwar productin
oraizdi --w hayo ae ou-n ends, andAh tl 1-1wilea that ther
o~g~izI n a- a t ~'akeoir ii~ Wilmner Wilson Bassett Jr. eldiest The twenty-second annual Thom
Iluence. felt. The Farmi Bureau, and ',o f r adMs. W. W. Bassett asvilleRose -Shmvw ill be 14el Fri- STUDENTS' JEE wilb an-ove-upply of-workers
oranzaio of farer irea al se-re~ rn
of anes nal~' o nticello, has benprontot- day of this week, it is announced, CAMPWAIGN MARKED inse lareiia-s ter o
Untd Saes fetI~ ed to M~ajor in th U. S. Army, eff ec- an& the pleople -of Georgia, Flrida {WITH ST2EADY GAINS te opportunity to band togetlibr i aj1 Ti il iofa hbman&ieee-'il
for tho benefit of o own section. interest to W'lmer's rnany friends have ain opportunity of 4iexing the Th ATJoflticello scoo pupils pre l7~h~'q '-~ N R
- il !e.l~al -4r iiipi,~ n isJiuetln n tlu he outstanding foAer show! of the sw aust~bOl ~15RE A
40 go4 frani~y more nlemt- State, as he worked withi so man~y son at that time. a ti r 4iDp WVJI
-y~ are n~eeded., No -furiiler'in Jef- groups of young pepl as assistant ajiy r Wi p. the cini,; entering ~ IN TUNtISI c weso nica
- er,0on County can- afford-naot to e~ U maae Fo'a T he, rose festiva tis year te thr week niore-\than %0Q0 in- ble wer gof commeril veem-h1011er. It is-rumoredeen Wilmper is in te battle zone 1hb 1f~e to. ~ ~no ti l 4sh be4h ~ G ey.C~
free~iarbecue is 'soon to be held by oNrh g1. /far -as- number, of displays *i eoni- by theistudens The dri-ve has two mner fU.S arm Go' io ireport lo th OD onthmleg
the Farm Buireau -ini MNJonticello. cepned, will be a sm-aller show th~an weeks more to and idication-s eswas Noud i action on the driven in the first threinth of
Watch- for the date. If you are a in previous years when -vri~ous, are that it wil 1e successifully cornl Tunisia 'rirt, rlenrtly, ac cording t year, RR ihn mr, district
fanner or---a 'friend >o-f the farm i5erW ~ LA f lowering slbs- and cut fiowerspJ ed. to -n oneet by th arlmangrof OD' Divisiof M-yoa cannot afford -to -miss ,this were -included. This is due, to wa-- -Thi -",(3k -bonds -hav been D Jeparn' .~n nSOt adl~o
event. RECEIVE WINGS ~-time conditions, as theoGardn Cilub bught by Felce' ti inon, Jo e Le r nadr- of th e 'on "Ope atoirs Nlo do no forwrd
RICHIARD Hl. SIMPSON. AND COMMISIO~N did not feeljusntified in att thei qurellrprst the IJI an isa~i~n~~n showr~ o (f the samei <>agnitlide~ as jThe following- 'have bought atlast piT,ha been ordered to trt ofichy that time may be
oi l'> ionped-b heretofore.,$ ort 'of staps Parhil Mays, W1shigioi to assumecommnd ofpnaized in their operation, he
Jr.,1e Neldad -UMille Jim Pice huGoudFrcs AtiLa teaad
HEALTHE adhsbe wre ig n h adnCu none httetne o h NOTES"~ cusa -opus Christi, Texas, M~rs. W. Frd' Scott, r. icto -Elat- Mays !lly uny Stem et cicm cto i U nde ODTs-genrloreN.
D, F. A. Brink, Director commission in U. S. Mainie Crps. show,'i~ NNb ~ walker, Joey Hughes, Ed My, Pat- wh~ch General McNair -as woud 21,,,i c rink- all rubbejbone e
I 0 RIfNE L.Fnasnhsbe willg~ ~ to std idonwniitwn Post rick La-wrence, D'err ocwn i, ed ar not known ie was on an in-~ i'cial vehicles, fleet ownersar
Vero-Beach -for further training. Office and the doors -will be -opened N ate Cuirtis, Bob~by Founl~tain, Mir spection tour when hurt. astoehoortre The Moniticello Town Council,on MVr. and Mrs. IE. H. Finlaysoniand at 11 o'clock for the preview period I Fuain Eile ano\r i 'ainy. t red-to repor, quarterly on
JY513 asda riae sn John and Lt. E~dwin Fnlaysob. w icli continues, until -four o'lock E~~9D lao os my1n
ul ,13,.asda riac OnPans Clarence a-t' n A A RGA thir op erations, th-e distritmn
which is adequate to prevent dogs wer~e -recen~t guests of M~irs. Hines in the afternon A -small -hrg /--si.Sigeuiowes wt 4nd ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wila AMi- n r.~ie fc-~}-'~~ nderson.T public iivte to jol inSneui- i
from runing at large in to-wn. ~Finlayson an i.adMs rdo 5 ill be made for ttperiod, I the hi.1 scolteJnh4 r n r
This -ordinrice -was -adopted B~oyd of Gilendower Plantation. Froin fou until elevep.ri., the> nql1h ui r the celebration of te arrival of -hc~ a~iaeie
about theh $8.5 the {olo e quee tokeighi.oeatn re
abou dogs tim-c wheni a number ofj show is free to eveyne an--ii-itteana MyDypo
aypr o ~ s vied secon- d. withi $80.85, the Freshmean g a o r ds ol the bhack of their provides that: "t, shalli be -unlawful ted amR CLAlK be~ -with h eemntr
dog C OMPLE'TES PRIMARY lwswih$21.65. cO ttr co '
owned or ke~pt by hi to hi at : FIGH-T TRAINXIG The 'roses this -year will b'e at ---The' May Couttwas chseni fom~~~_
large -within the Tw f A'lontice- ten Nya1their -prettiest -and there will 'be bth the high school tub-i elemet W IS
Athetens, Ga.-aa Aviation Cad thousand of thm.Thougha RA~TION aiDhoAcTESioth o
to at. any time unless s uuely-n mu- -ar school hoase fro th senio K1-~el- ya
rldsasoet Gordon Keith 1Qlark, of M~onti- sale show it be elNW
zld o ii a ny poe rsonull p'-n a-o~a /srepor'ited to the worh seeing, and. an exhibit that Cannied> Goods: Couajirs ) EF class' the hing and te queen. ar-e U. S. Navy Pre-Flight, School here vM1 be untexcelled- piywhere '.h~nhAprl3.Bu I d p tirIW,9JD
"Violators 'nay be -lined, not, morel Go, t1-igii aa vaio.--1 -and-J, (48 points for M~ay be- cheiT attenans are: J.,A.Ps'reintSutSmpo
than $5.40 ad imprsonednot fo trainng in aval Aiation com'valid April 24, and -ilbe $iradshai-N >from the s~iio clas, Ike presdedt StuKiarts Simpsnh
-tan$5.0an Imrioed ot-Each cadet- undergoes three Aindded- atne anrann Morbrisc
more than~iA 30 das odtruhu ot fMy
thnm as onths' 'physical conditioning~ good tRSYTRA oHURCo,, from fh jusnio clss E l Pat eon o~n ednesday. -'He, read an ii-"Dogs may bJle imipounded and a Mets Butr Re restions --etoerm ata-pound fee of $t1.00 -and costs is -pre-o gttann n cdi~ '~ T~bttT W ae ~~ ilea But r, D ad E,~o areer-,' fhr an -ilhea aile from-vied -liipondmioglnttcairy suan objects efoebinbefore--i- 'beinBgW) ndtrans-a tr Hill'Wi in' whichy fon te Sam I i-1prawishSed ras TheTe
vie.Ipone os o li- ferred to Navy -flight 'centers for- May 2;, 1943. ApWril.' Red E$ becoliies valid AprilI oin-e cls and lette Bir and wanis \Bulletin.
ed 'within three days ar~e -to bep sveChurthanichool, e10:30 A. M.,SugCurray p 1.1for i -A -ronthe freshmnr-
kild -- o -jsive air tra~ing preparatoryt125.- cla-s. Te county health, officer distriFLIES-FLY ~ t FAjoi- -lni~n aofba unit. 11oakMni-lrning Worship, 11: 30A. M., 1*e 0 a Fro th el- -ementary school the b- ed~ State- B~oard of Healt i bufle
FLE FL FAI Y el rd~~ rr hg-shp oung P'eople's Groups, 7 p. in. Coffee: Stanip23, -m'-su'ar bok attendnt a re 'Russel Walll'ace an-d tins oil rabies -and re-'n brief of
H o se u s t ve a o ra e (i14, 1 o g a ndu att ed o t h livas t ho i a a C i c e N t x rl o d or 6 e p u d l sch o ly afn, t7At XAy- _A i T-I i, l e c t cr n n e re m re to u

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, April 30, 1943
As Yanks Ripped Romm el's Lines in Tunisian Hills '
CRE 10, 0
WS p~r attStu :eleasied by Western Newspaper Union. Newspaper, ManStuffAehi Sohere's to the gallant reporters, E Hollywood telephone SERIES O
The bey idth the pencils and] Trepairman was phoning SPcIAL. ARTICLES
pad&,, his reportt^ ''Yeah, I fixed it; SYTHECLEADING Those cool, fiirftfbable,.calm, in cord was chewed." Pause. ESPOND
dise 'rbable, ".Yeah,,,..he.ed?, No, not a,.... ..
Nero, inquisitive lads. dga lion." Pause. "Sure I*
Each time that we-pik up a paper, a o ause. "Look, I ortf
.less. and I said eas lipn chewed it.
Those reprehensible, brave, I'm at Jinx Falkenburg's house." By Capt. Clyde B. Walker
ndipena He grined. "Yeah, I knew you'd .
Sensbleundestad."Th~ ub ~i~eeii to (WNU Feature-T'hrough special arrangement'
SesiblIds of the pre uidersind."The 6ub, a presetto ( wit Te Aerican Magazine)
I j ,B b ....
enian Ly. Jinx from her brother, obr has
sifiethen taken, f saeii We ere carry ome mgh
teeth on the piano legs. The Co- heavy stuff for Jerr iti our ig
City editors elik thoe yu se lumbia star of "She Has What It Flying Fortress.
in the movies They really are T e" say that's pfectly all letvitg oiu home eld in ett
b a iiip e adiI ,h tebiidnarC faTuiangye $h: n te uitto siera S.sccatmni eachs h "ipudl idleerse; ply n his im h balture ii'
cynical, indiffe rent ad inr es- night, I w p Aoh d at six o mlok in the ornin
santly so-wha tty Ask Jim Bish.....ojctv.wsn ne
ouras obecav was thesumain
op, one of the Mirror's nimble newv- Pola gens at Lortant, Frn.azi
paper sleuths Jim was a wit- one of the head glamour girls f p n A we apoibroached, stmend
oess to this ir cdentmany years., ago silentmvies, is returning t the yelled "i-airc
bits that bightened a dull night from te sand near Gafsa, Tunisia. Upper,riglW: On the huntifor snipers, a U. S. security unit searches 'the "Hi Diddle Diddle'; shS la- sanktm lgbl urtgme
se ~als i' r m t hortet' aky e. e downstair s
Then ofa ldsf anoor, o h urdeela t sol rp e iag thenis4 buildp-dyh
O y o the ao itncty .ell cm N Itrange eperatic wear, tr eife of Aop soutedr"Wolveo n p esse
h, ~ e Teadl etre ...a.n of FW'sina bio,tg
Ia to u y ,march. u d becus o ns1,1 h aoe eti Socostins .en : ie iee goi
theoeals hekpwavkrgc ik hsteaing roe AplinatedIgen-l siited 20aillizet eranighrid
fire said er irmhs pout s toiences bnr chles t d wnats
andwvi. ... th.e kso. .f cano c eator ila n nd ne u s hik ippe io
d'or B isho p ro hithe to ne the ptel rhe w.i B e k i e
Fh Was tdyrgexc. m to 'Isti aouTh e .m bus fwattheods Naig
itk t ook 1-atya re-esd tro hs oof Sth ndnmockee hm Sn un
o y wh rp h eaoh erDBooabanikesf~i. b t se titt apious
"i trg ''Ied in and fih Ad "s 1r secon triedn taw e
ethsiz her is'e p hs aon b tbom iane
i bs .'e ....oi"; up. Th iif f er et eihyeads ,e ie e ng omc. ain
aeitrwh wa st ouiwttoh na Ii neaslts tata h fro ith rdhofr
i k e d d u lo f n asa o k Ih d oc a i n t b e t ee n h t A c a o n
sidM to hs assistant cityr. kr where ig he in tpoa
thr' and theatishon? T l m A hm u ma s oerv wee and Ganme"B with fla oo0 te sae ori
edi-o- Ino phot atoipeelftthtsb stroghet te urac fr he14t m b 4dethehrgittno.tercrcoaferattiIer bsnevenrfpi-heaeadrhdadoaoonwiso
This,.No acctua peedio iec ine awai bemnd pickedat Loeweerhesex so hrwyt emnn edzou ihDv oe,8e"teBrts aeglwapo ie
,of th ic as o .... li members lthe cew m the et e R h 1ba prso r di, ucti rwhich will thelale a oreasw b1eoninec Ot. o
ael waeltrum od in e d bountfoed iinet Th eme fict, er faing ms
upr dtaing wpce h dasmthe wiadg gheen we a ed co-da th on.Tigshat art ofN aen in
srn s at e in egeth .. ta mIg ca lthe
hand asistared the s pn g the tnsec o FW t e ak a kn ed
rang nor hasrdr bei ad Oe dbut ft rippes
Hgave tdhesi efoe th at rm e "a of Bria lefra wie mMos Icit d Awtithe sami atie
ths .iody ep>S suisth 'nreorl Shi Pontrdson hp tg a ed nesad lin
hie i was b aered and whol wd ere rosm a.ureien bur'1t rst ofve uaofi t
atn ask tuby . ial Ae he nf e t e boft t1ess. a rtha nb- t n En. hey as e o n he onete ,
'thoat i nr~ti. d' 4 l ~eO'Iwi. ourt sprad arond Cto-e~pil il
the enagd he iet a i n.' ck a oeadib r ited s wdi the over aon nm
iou obr anroe fhre?" hd pokes ..i-a fay LenSheigr h below gus wd pn
ad, i ,ing'i. pid t wo he t r cLi ar ka o wilet. o beeni a Oe o rf Cse I E Iti 1uhr
ra e di o 1, "rl qtd ue foe u inet oe1rdy eo rea n S ieei ed eadny nta' t
hto hpwb stll ari eata 1 to ... g et d the ea til wie thekil. Thedo
partmen Fumm of lugne iokd andp Jak es ithe next 60oecon, hutnot
eshe'dsenimis*ln to a-k aei a wa itgttimer BiShrou oin o
"o' tare thi poiu sT the ossat, as iooe turet. thr first oe ith rs s
iler, do aPoi sai her bifeniend. And Matepi sre obg a fak hole cis the bak a h
Hth uartes ta re ll athet otiolors, l ? Iliacoeanto "thvpltshdhea' Bdn.m ate rn orsoie ooud ourh easo
thi Theyr"lie", inta shacktste f brle of fa. AtherW
ap the stee frol thgd rad e fkar e ohe aeen ed Ahramg I ll enr t ai asit ao nd Soe tronu fol
can see for s ore tha t oerret o t ble iat catch sae ,
co ps w ienis a paoe ptin h, me.Work btnt.r, o'wfe.eing ollywo d i b oye h inithe a a ursnt. o
a ra ssn e it wn'ting send, Br"''oklen on hito han srokd bcAe n ste noher of N
air, wa h slp b. o cyusph g with malys n evea d thysherber e of tit famous Thy t c s nde hfsof it s Haces ,
h s e m a age ress up a Dde in....c.....ludin ae r him o iote t een hit., s a it
o t phoni a on tH ey. t ffis h pc to g er, op peas h e Pile bn ro had tebi hoe I n ts
juci oodekabou t evhomicd .. .. turret. unkmowne ra the'7e don We 'e s 3o an
cheki ar u othi oWng ure taBi D grfn
It ga e th ssa in i sti urkate of th' 'hmn e mifrtue ofr m i a n BD wiegrer ht )edsien t r t b ohni s cas uspi alr g at .er . utwhatye ktnredjut wht (overseas~ cap hke hansit an wa' Se'n pai foe s p ae ed toon a"roa
sawase thte oid vhore afbraiingse u.a IWKtahenerv Bearoan o h ta n b he, e re no ie whck sur
m i p r o ne ;rt ery, c n f E arin The uickt ar te o afe'r a tie b a d own a nd dvtfatge
ps there a ado here w"hcae Roml fn E str oom w
of~~~~~~~~i thmbhebhdfrgteo ing rnporinge up. anoer p liTe s foria pein cnner aytin thperalfeay upnezTusit Geealy Jesn a_ gusphto ald irs- eanhlh one alg
l e a onof t me r, thei fe .rlied Las ea oil er crds os of0 wBiht how s, en, wen ant hiey noer R h I to elaneral xoitsoer di how Dln t pst a rotne.h or he asse haid sadeen rerum orrs agai t o meae felesiy avalablesfodefnsestationsU.S.armyenglte h Reind Groun Mar Mi ingt bae wtere bod lyot; tahe
he reh,~ see.; anyoe, r, far . .. .. .." belo... us, ... ... ........
you ui '... ai .w ro onv ou sl rge andtgowing, ah haedsenfo cckn aBke a ganlsme thct w aerwn F.ste of fe himdo TKhesr
not witi, b ak .thne rori. ra one Parse of aTrough -i csountry y ge. ers'Ie. othesi owat on this iuow tok sad by ait an tooad poea
etryanng hat e hel amtrctyluhe anew seishadGronwing o. He igntdownir
gond wre the phne d* Bwli Juk will hwa tw atsk uring thaesne. F0 scd butckeda
rangl and 011n it, wasne rFertil, Aree QuFe of Rbdn uin huneith then in shriplein of though
th the flak holes wes raceledownt
He lw d are ound e tbos te. etgn for t abutgirhing role ad Wel ma it as 'we dinig Wsu.
eraneditr, wo onChritmsEvedfas, can ainto ahere' Wilia didy atemt to~r follto ud ito th
gaeths isruton o~ ri .*L.icte, a tra s rsiet ; Rayoe, clreof'uds.rton, I wss
Ite re stad o the sola icg sta aiand onner, riMe d opta os e atnie ou ld e es and ban Te
sorer hare tepest aborful, te kopea sar herr roeger as? n teil'sha Sirou purte a
pthinforThae. live ogn ho ron u stam wo d ent to he halha
they~~ enoe"hiAhrsm i inrm eri ca st She's thnbir chtee so rdhv oweoee
a there f a Thego afraid u ard wetnee hemprogra-aon ent ntoasret ad thouadron.
cops e. SalationA feat Lrf N Tusd ayis a alu ate tos ev I pwe nse win anf ner bst.ame bra e aingime a peohot by yotk a gon t te o ter notheeof u
is Au'o Dadgers hncrue?" heiap asked. fareo sel-~ hm i
dos"Oh -I -on-- will hee wssoonb e l In aga inl.
ODDSl MADe ENDSrLene wosodsluerp akwsasbga d
the are's nahe kiand ofe ories a "Brigh rs in"arne, has sai vewnre d h the
scrihe e acruhor ouat wahtington by to hrera did B er faes jine when Co'Rig ot o t he ue coer,
seer Bu". a, e o.1 "Oha"ap saksaid wthtadhet' mre stranger,' age le togo "roa
ay th a thae kil d newsp a-d tr ysncrithe Goetn e e fiee uto her w e
"I'm not waiting to sle e id yon~ '" rcomn~ te Eiht ar ratze d erso t f w it ton btche ao blyin Fatresns. FWe which plent
or en Tevr inye had rgotn te mer In .no g ioTh y' foundnanoyheTr d fr t oeang n th w e talgu tnfirst assiments r he i. rae tai ing C rosby an BuoHpe, stahd oar whc go rchnce as e as one
frixa ernl t." Nbody aking you Utonerten opiate. ow b mare sthis summ e," ae t ot stre y fim rt ed ptas on
touleei u knwakeiii itany probably iht 'porh am ouShrma long.urt I ieal ae
hwe reporter ho n ed hoise aie live yedarPigaerepwillrtr oned o se tht he shipul seteaigh oe
crityrningk abouthicidoQ en ~erntlyoe Is the a cenurFoxes, the ort's wer oe. So lwe tt dawe
" T e o re he As islst l, e wnogi oh beny asr coul In p e og
thpn upe "lv" in a ofshgdrigacku~ie: Wt hawidsrein ho
as s w the ne bot thcr eeing tasoe from so- gralles ds en hv ing a e but mtde rit n remaiors f
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the rert aIariigi New pz''o q~q~ o h Yoke ot otetrc amn einaoudSa-sehd be seleced Flrida' womn 'show an aheyentirexpenes- Someih oewee tor Gterman limpedy
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______ 7- >.The Monticello NewI~s, Monticello, Fla., Eridav, April 30, 1943 ~ ~:i
FIR AI Farmer Plt Co crae ne New'IPOE CLSSIFD
AIL ~ ~sEAAA Pirogram Agency to. Assist' DrL EUDY S4~4
by Rog. en r S.CHOO9LuiCstof RAZOR BLADE
'1'-'~~~~O A4~y 14AOL L.wIhnP 'oIiclf LUDQUIST. D. D. Singeo D=.&I LEdo'~
Roger B. Whitniar-WNU Feature.. To vMeet Record JWAAJJ-'-J Pro uhio hes~t4 ofb 9hcag TheJW,, ?lutaag
(eesd Western1 Newspaper Union~.) BladeValue
Tea soy no, be able Is reptae.. werss of1/_ __ _ __ _
brok~a iese.held equipment. The is war,
~~what~e qhetza, tk MIS~CEL~LAN~EOUJS
#6~UZI th a.Ti sunb h Cornniteeme1 Will Carry. Gr~ane to War"BardcG~~t~
i~~seAl Prol avoid Beolllng th glass Wha antna~c~l asis. ta tobom
douci of1 then ofu thealo; usedh t oy 91 Linolttrthrs Oio
~ndeusatin beween the lass,, d~nihe
Question I~nM Inen ton SanV mnspf-dep lc
mysteel cspo ts indwsufc infted h e own are.t n i thernAA A. Contm ninittee to t~e mor easil adate to~g the indg WANTED erf pttng.e? stormr theh Natual- ahrzc1(tva 3Ii2iortdo h anging .W ber.pha t 05pfthe- al arous a d~suhe indiidual farms t~a s ht ou
tdysmntaecr ,~i comitemnI at ifspnsei9$i pe, a.,psn oe o, rn t vwo lbl fuhndr s or *.o --Joe. 2I 34 ttbu o s des9io between the~e4 two. Al~'
the~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~t tw1hcs>fgas veta-ighs>ee~e 1,~ei~ ol efie Uret. and with theM greatest~ C1rf n dci-e rncaye o
doyo think ouf~f thg~s prp n seibilin of life~ >forhi f4trl ed v lesue. *sf hp5sh lerthm
will beom soiled bylin ofllrtn 'heit deen upon Herag limittion e eav deen r 7o
making it n weeryt ree onlas es, dhi aohney s wtrcty on ~ ai a ~,, eU e~ i x 4.p~rfost4~4nw~ nw
casngot n tesraeo ei shi ow."e th A A eommitteeengto and them bove mnanme fcoswih .Benas fotr amh ry tiht manast e aes tUtndatrs er th 143 aric tural ittreed of changin mhanes sf th novosyhd uhlmt, -ht n~isI fwrati oun loin n
withal aaioa pely6t ram; sp'eafd the. oor gasrt atale cotntbac.n
Aen. swer yhoilaty man acou- andsmn o.'aec ola th bo WhHITEe PEW "- cox- ~putHsowispnaee ~t 1EIAI
this.Now i~is e so rm t p" co m ttees r p art loein ted ne 3 pe psoe or tathe ohatthern crops an wor'h
des Timnetwe t e twot sheet on eii sty i~ls~a the~ c ite a nd sh ~or wced G tali Hewne{otl
farerfor te frs tie as b ard pl-air an o the latterouen a- Hamr r re o xedtert eer wu e' knew thiima g~eeng glsHil eed nielpnhyvfl e ssbty, for mep a ~ taring hevn tro, d~so w th pdcton goale upo 194i3. This, is'broilul and
wel o thal thege~ spares bew e autoutes -l wit Thedre a fr thme efl hory Relinsbiit
.t on de itmnt fgoCal mnhofe an stae men cesonibliie thwsestlleH~x hst th-w ice fgas Evet rl- Ing. com itee lcrade the sar eciftin mst lloigChrt i andoletiturA reports show.'4 ilsil 11Nii peao wh ca shoulng fetohem;io~wh er
a o~s e lt h er O fill matradvoi ofaA evler a
ly theid whoid aurace stndn thr Nls crp andRU reorin th rslt u
will~- I1 become sole bye in thirir, ofz e the r waront Fqro- K 1 Jesoopra~ ~Yus jnever tght a such theg 520e fl'ows 5toetihe .uvia e who now
flrtohim ge',yY m'el hisle wa'oe how.-Elber Hubobard.out ~ie~ isle,~ w l o 'r~pCl _____________emv n yAA emp~b l oyees bu the ne isu g hfcae st of 'war ncesig Gol Priscty ri1~Hmb ri VI~~bti o~
,panen pa's'nd dig~h ig d pro glas in~ each frem forns alp~rea evee ins the ho e of ths epsed~o le~beoLer
restse glhe that~a isg bactoryiin practide dow tear dad tear on tirtes an i co-ay
1itteea- whichi raio man $4ikttee- not~as merely fo Hsow ejomnt 2hi aP
with ansV dehydrate 43r spaceie be cars and~8 deres theuse of gas,,s offr thepmnt Intemaatin htH~awy bpgt
tween. tok yourr glass man bou
- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o it ka uopee to thestare to cm- rahe thmrc'~i~san stopn tohe anay wigorldly An
Time to Paint check~ onhi con frieds. q, anda ikd tndrs
f~~rn~r~are~board chaiman the latter the car Here weA findteri~~ad Him'i w~-ithe gloing~ le'e~i~ goc
er ;worlars to be inpp aboa rn bh rbes nt h rprfra po wh c fish cs broig rmanda~(oc~Jae
that change ay pot r'iia 'amiin coauthorities. ~~i el' e~fp carry bres a d aithesevoi hn r crsfbisr~emn~ irepion, cln ideparmen of agiUl pta- a rnof A stat acq- mennl ~enp am pr -t u. Bt wao eus lerv im en-s sto es, en our ed gft
boaraedsod~tjr ~ ln stich corlt thei ab'ot rf n achn felloshi thse w ho serv size 061~
comm ittee e -.~ erm. ,aso Drawu an tooi~ th fieC hisinh. f41t t
gram tond who~ are standineg beinr Off.xn b08 C0 I.
of~~~~~t pasnt. 'farmers. din should war prng "Tp ome wrne~an ~a ~ nos
he of ytha wipe-blit off withngou pro-, BGesters shohe beh'fed intog-ius the~d'd true thedai r ro dh s nd et. discile4si you will not oma eo c all
duction~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ta pasad'on'hshgeyilsotoevr cmus acltdstelatpscme4 ou Will find tato ate Whrene teldie4r v tals bot th shaed are~ iu n -the iona prgram si mutwihwl epte elwsi ilsipr h enshscpan
Darthroughr beter farming draties is 1I soon1' war y i n nor
Questto Thwowr n y-tec itteen iniiual ora th bai thm oftecm i tee oalfemncy~ ataees~abe lv-har.t ehado scm ny Ad atc~y toe same time locald forr Wiiith t~a over Chis ured tats ut ha he
tor ma' workr ee ma1943.n ~ ein~1~~qtat
Howshul Igpaloucdin tis tfo deereh status ofi com-nt Ante dleader Answer: aor th etoormoeunbOie t y t o du o ntt nd~ ~- ~'~ AA cq mt ieemaseI ia hed f r- .I-a epIosblt v.:51)1 a' aoi'a ecgrt
ftearsetrmierwtsvrnsr~ arc~ em betg sked to h ep Amn his a-iite is masigtoWth afrkindl er sece an, od 11111.;I
aver,~~~~~cac whicl working hande the hand,. areuI doincnc~-Wdei-- coheesatio firs -chttce with.l eeri
enoghtobescapd of.,recorf tid s ag~n the ont e men r rang c -prtv -s~f bro caunghn t'hwPn
tieheagtvr reports. can beki s mianen s. Jfey ar n ra ndrs cos wer ai d~5 -g theirc nos bodvlpan arer face to face th s teAm.(Bsdog-ta ae
reflni ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ trog tith twmostinhnsona"a~iyo h ohrmoln~ladst lnigtoei~ u inrgu4 tofispir red fhz roVservice i-' an
Goaals~93~ ti p r casl. for a rt5 e s. al hredy~ haesntwor otosc prgrm dere al e. ffmus be a igt eaton fo ho et oe'nl min thaty a
01 rougsiei scee o hrn rcs te a. Polemg of)rCCrofsort
terx~aper metho Imor Andcto eeha inr I dhi toa -n th Lord.e4~tkC
a~~~~~~~nd~~~~tn the semiglas en--lbr mahel. cato ofp cigrete to'vrises most yrst k F~l~e toaeo p ae -n 1
o ~ ~ ~ ~ 192 fiihbBadaprnwp a isfopro the 1943AAs pcco- Threet~n times~e Peteri wa -askedecivrc~
dus,. ppl sei~i ~~ ~ in~Ia hechaactr f- hr a, 'WPde tiranrtation an maeha to' Fwlom. And thoug' t here areP
Wthp tec ihter moths onehi end amy oorah there galts i "loal~ phrae sein programst foriue~? the h s e e Sec a o sct Offie rsrcilso ak
deia ofioact efho~d1yj~ion." hsIt- eondizes.~ thapteoblis B ain'isrt n eir clos p rsonel 'coo aI pubic cohUo wasi fn plae, age to a oeseas r my n o
tohe m finaldu fr coa of enael.duhc uto be take nt -atea shift- ~tio di~ ~ tn oevr greyumakg posbqbth man wh'1jhie 0 a tllsn aes oslir of Woodt Suface irt ashouldn b ino s to mee eti what theseii and nidi Lordi WAS~ retAe ton apeg placen i i v -RV' Vtj
brued ofith u rin buh at ae myraanbyd n&vn the en reeqi~-ci9 uialy cloe ree in hin a be- in th e- -n toIenith
yeas nw oodflorhapanning acr~eae ad of'~h 'leodership Ther~ea 'words "more~~i lake, Marines aas thes Guard c a
wipe otimeithe wood Blsersed shoulpse Iih ate d ben twnv~b~en th fr ere i oov rn-ta t ese ev. o5 inie atid.'-dv
-lidtic i urbaeietW a ntagoe-z- mut befworkied eu ands menns wheeve they'ie ~y To gd~hr~ i pt po~e~v
scrapbedon o tpteforfo caried role of the AMiida co m s.t~ ~ ciA~hi&~4~ te iko~ dhc Jsus Wa 'a f h~im a ig
Deen aforkoraWoodrk yo rietnon e~n t hiarm nr'sa medu 'podcto mol ahnd -of than~n adito keap ahe righ to 'expecg ofJ~ Us.i
Qoue sen The foowng netd m ey andm Demandss afo~efrmra vr fdj suing s Thel conerstio afTreteri
First,~loaly motnacaig flqi n oe onfowhto he ocalm~n situ--i~ isuac .7 a bi the n~are no tm ting to ilut ite r Ph$ gift iteadH ,adLvlk o spalt. fiihedi ute doa '- r te porn.~ ~ ~ I( tto tht n wasre a ~er froroafeitableith
raste feo vrapn h shesa cta aaune itii astI 9ble~rtP'bh~iCh hllne ~ pe
Insthereaddh, wt -a mapn oaioa ovr-l goal 0n~hi nation.til phiL stl y'iea the pe ro ha g W oformaliedscsin
liq hud I~ go about dontis? difoy-ap'ac stat and cont matin 12 pe s cent ar'1 Arhnoter h ~od~' d hil ~ ~ U A S Aser T he ood fl orin nprmove has bes leftce fre to adopt thr nen soae~ gressd Herueu. ag ny perhp
cthrcose ar f miiarnith this5 pettena cet ncreas ishope fr most afteLa-dtiveier
phat msti c~whichas florin best&e suitch toeiae ware par in a43 ec s peeches, and Ha~ce
moverea ywelds- wil soften not fios conv~'tefration. helie proit, Hbere o~Soic
'xI~~~~~tkod.icla section concrned Wid usltat-~e'od ht" n iz
enu adt e crtdof a n ofsMr Fate' cnor-tiio n hisce owf aritctletsehp a mnr mucsto achoen ucl when -not
itudeni given thee commedtbemen iR Quaeso: trihe a ovrasih wibadeer~nto-eape a ig oa a epitng, the c el.' 'eft woners whog~ether we~ton a
~~~~~ow ~ ~~ mkn dgapl weremets drawn arst oftenugd -traier -threllorts bind3e nrrfn rsdein ehps adt e~cthte i t al folya ietd
tine, dso thtteflneosdt rcie- ane1~fid h adacre sd otp la tn that iesto .- 15 dosS ogSna per,. what oanf dos to the no -nl him whtotwiedin to bettrmir crops mnathe ne Es etad teO hr d necal e atsma' -eto andsy tuneousr theht ad An hesrgt one*oPyb getfainifwthor col cot Ifior y. assegp ets o "caaci'o eione mcabou al 80 d per ce nt tichtship.oSheuisdstraightuestsher way vicesmofeySatann GeOwhoShadBsifte
Ase: av th cuin s dyed'fae th pr oduc-j e" si~s. 'he ar an h arvim edtingte- til pro rm c ~ ~o hrethe alf m h g rejoi ed y ith wealbe so ismin cotol 5froe
byece to relabl dyer, th colorick williie bor strg erally~r ofks supply. T~Crsnwswh tp ih Jelagr siz e
ut frnaie ethdD i ane to rustghent the prcsBlhlp h~~~m te nutryitenting ien~s lit og o hitiant itrians livin He snarconoicanlea rfn
olddct~ fips byd sn p er gord- flue ne jst anohr e fo r- brnh es to e havey gon 1.t0 scol adaetfhadohrrpey o h ary 1f i
d uestion pl aean cake panel wardg to fliothe atioai of theprarmahandFer'rlyte yaworkdigprnto and.~et ii. Feegr ist's he pu io(v h s upl -a e~ ina tbedo hafdoo haf i t ude lke mu a hi er y ha d alaysbeen onela I pay1ent mept Mos~r~e prac dMst oD lr ee ~ 1~c~ ~ er usin h hud ~ W U~i ,
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ be fil beoegvngtenodaca h ma o hr vieso A.I tu s r ograms o inted hatght -Aifacry f Sc oo 'plu famous W t Unit fohn unht you
*~~~~~lm ae flate whtepin.eHwa s-ilameis frmr versprdcton besmd n toaJ ss.Ths Ina aetfiner en a qwauality.dgin'o o o hn?
tecak rgolems -ypi din Foioanc and ye st asr gion deitrmtion Ina Deu ieg thee'e one schoe rn poinou e emt can rsn-o love 7_ upltygar
crackfiler coa whic is n~ saleh atmro stht aenee -in thsie re- aisi h~~atiua aes ih Yheatulur fd tin e oe not reoCrs to the' dadevte takeaous.g atin it oter anto the deat c i nyo vainal th routger rein Deb ntane pslcae AAAv ~cMeans .s.n ben au 'xcept asen d loosrpedBarometh iPr Cmuiyfre o mtemn triigsi uldn.aiwne.esnee utb peldt n pt manifest on thelf ervice. Lidwoke"'~ ~ ate ~bod leg, moot wit linesandaper ma co mtemn e dabdou in00 al- vommtte n PIod c pratses maydu be essctq-aner e ve, in a oc wih'vsdfiutaduntcdi~ iny utcntnl edesr
Qu tted: Lundr te ) pas -w t -o -f s -obas he veer, imporate to beodlthey laoutsu ecs cdsadohr at
Quston Cn ou adi e rid MP~J (un vacan stoerom ofey're cr'melt thGr~t utbas s~~- wtotiR itO E l.tee ol
abuyew-ar t a nw w o flaunry ra y ien -e (J f -Special program ) cato beanp fedn Hi fl o whaehr they e' ebte neSn go- h te
lathe c baem n The bast t ispitd GA ormntplans ogo ery ao h tt a tl prodcin 40t prodcng hep roe oforic f aslp task yon and cine' --mrie reconto lamtobslilpey f eand tie roh anod iteaseen inha lf aee mlovrmn tonforhemp manual rish a p-oqate, ailn ponds of peer ship san bothrecatnn Th anwro'XP~ in-e~ ZBr ~.sato o or th aure seep f thtfolt
this e onto ftptlor ar onsdera le fieano the growAA com itee We nay ll tes tha Seia-ize Io Een plc ce haahs*dziesr
lengh o tie. I thre ometing proiseto rstoe t Kenuck th see a ear G w forictos har& hohrrn-hek~end s-an icpetowwg aysfe ak gobtwe wh kudge the courseed ben togets; wettin ucotm-htse
Ai w r ca putonittomae t a smt h hem inusr fo wic te t e h anp e shot u se n to en igton was a mrke- l of van er, s nor hilaue -hs ~ b~ itt~ onsPls o
job? ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ovr. a is itnuse.- fead1 etwe comtiv te for s good ruer ove cuti desksc 'reachionl to Christ by ul ao hr lcyo~-~end
Aemnwr flor the tay isod o f entuk' bluredonte g r s toii was en oh wilinaditien from The ut tare so-hcla lledg, ail or ,e~ie -b mdls u oiooswse rmte
beul so the byorubbing with od rs bloc toblm, n the CooisarmE rop e Vi-setlers. Anflater s of e ilbit er famlyt-macic b ttrro athless smistoPtrrFol. ~
of -caborunum stne. I the ray gnla suplied Kentuky~s ~arl include th makigtof aggin, cotwcostaveJutasuppantedhempsor Wehaveilltwe anndotoolieoandtaiodrug toree istd mof- chna coar n enam l ud io lntres n whtm e p vraccalyal of ton,in sroeande sailcoth ay mhanyue.AAs et~k lnes anJvsj anrwl~ltsn
nqthing ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r can t4~ done a49e ofa bletit hemp intes Unite typee was Workw bint theh fast century surroundy hathe on o~ amr rftbe rpt u od s th. or ashat The pu dow a r thr et~yse. Agnrto o e mills aigm p -bg1n 1. to raie I P I ter
unde eurdt 'ui- a C'e'lyn alaye of hev -shl rtrst-ta nte."u e saodoe wrd
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TIE MONTICELLO NEWS M IRINTE HA~~STIR- in Valdosta,Ga., on Sunday.
MONICELOADVRTSER Anonewh beiees ha paa-small son, of Plant City, were re- *f
ONEalishe 18ET6R9noe-hoblee ta aa cenit guests of Mr. Henry's mntitiier,~ C as 'if le
Esabised189troopers aren't tough should hear Mrs. A~ A. Malloy.
MON-IEL CONSTITUTION the story of Lt. John E. Minter,.AletGdt
Establiished 1873 native of Columbus who recently Mrs. Albith Gaer spnt~bn tho ispaAi
Changed toQekenwt fly hsband eh ADS.
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 was appointed public. relations of- stationed at Fort McClellan, Ano S
fleer for the Yarachute school.toAa
NAT ,OJNAL E DITO R I AL The son of John E. (Minter, 1X/
flfAq ASOITO president of the~ 'Dixie 13r,ick corn Mrs J. T. Viz o akovile~ 1.ST-2 Ration Books No 1. and
Ii f.7R~ T 7 pany in Columnbus,/ Minter entered arrived Thto 2 Ration Books No. 2. Cilla Camp#__________________the seice in 1M%~9- and~ served for 7/ters, Mr's. Toni d: 91shop n M Bell, 1.Foydl Fla. 4 30-3tp
a short timetwith th~ 2th Infanitry, _J. G rawll.1, ______________WILL H. BULLOCK, Fort Warrel, Wyo. Upon~ orgaiiEditr ad Popreto aton f U S.parhut tropsMin Phone 902W P. .BxO op
DOROTHY~ B3TLLOCHI Led writealfdi Dc
__________ws________C E. BURN(S The Officil Paper ofJfesnfor
CutanthTonof Moteffers of the famed 50st~ htai AMD~ CATTE TO ELECTROLUX
Couny ad te Twn o Moth~fl.Sales &'Service Entered at Monticello Post office ma. K VT MLO9 C Y MCleaners-Air Purifiers
aesbr Mail, aate df th(-can Clasmse
as Mil ~nat~r ofithe~Se~~idClas Here .the outfit w~as. subjiected toAti er'-o aa4 'StkPrs
Telephone ----------------138-B the most rigorous train n in tropic- uto vr /okdt aAf get Com~plete StcNat
OFFICE OF' PUBLICATION al combat conditions. ;He spoke.o VL ntireltMt yt4J Inr Monticello P~eriodically
~News Bu1ilding Dogwood Street 2%ou was~e Yard rakft- ffi Carod tre
fe n upidentirely 50qavl G~ rwfr teorgi
SUBSCRIPTION RATES by air for 125 days. While their lo- Thomasville___Georgia
One ear,~42OO cation -was fiarly definite, several
Six Months --------1.00,< times ineals -were missed whien air- k~
Three Months ------- / 75 1 \4\anes could not spot the troopers. Taxes
He Ju~hmps Out V0 ESRIPTION S T R Acres Owner / & Cost
WELFARE~ WORERiS The going was rugged and every In Wi/; ." ,ofnn Rd ---- WW
IE IN O ~ amn ,earned his. extra pay. ~Then C.N 1 --------- 1I E 2J9.Jnkn ----- 8
-1 ---ame------ th.d~ .hnh Q1~ ____ 11N 4E 21 C. P. Mays ------------5.08
All citizens obf Fliorida, particular- thatpttopr r nil q, i W td In S% Of S2D YY 2312IN 4E 4 m G. Neeley ---- .57
those, seating as board members Sevelral -"stiks". of iparattroopers -his broken boe ave heald i atened Mercer C~ollege_ Macon, Nl, of-I1 f W ,N sal health and welfare a~gen; J(r hfigof I otnji~ ung i's fictfon-ing again, oltefrmwii hie received is A.B. dle- o~f SII4 of -W4 Y
iesor ~ ofesi~na1 or er m~ Iintr ~ i i o~~ f te ltga me leg remains, aid doct~rs say gr~ee in journalism. Upon complet- of NW% o~f SW1A4 WS of
t es fieds o serice,,arebein ~,that will mendJ ill timhe. lIt is An i~tg his undergraduate, Wo~rk, he ,D Bai~Vr~l ey. 8.45
called to Orlandoc on May 9, 0 1, Today he remembes leaving hee NEes,1h DtRnt YV~ii~ 223 ----- I3 NW IZ 8~ Wi.G ey-----10
1for a"treamined"'session of the dorad that's about al-th~ere 8 Feet of Wing iant/i Cofsttui6 ZZd>Ascae ~.1 1 ~3W~ ae
Florida- State -Conference of' Soial wa 1i ~reig~lnSfegt~5o eaip&tew1 r~I~'o ~ ~ o
%ork. This --will definitely be da~ys SE bjt, -----t---- 13~ 'jh rn igt~ IN 4E10 La4ura 'McDaniel---- 2.33
ar conference, according' to Ray HIe IS -vbat happened1 One' of and had to iymake,' crash landingg~ A~ thYL Of~l, h ne4srvcfSWTI/ WY2 Of VSers in resu int af thane 1943 atfllwn planes lost too much nmechanic' -visiting im i th itos- iu~iter wyas 'instructing andi doing $WW. ofI SEY ----- 14I 96 eleM act-- 01 Snwtrs pin nnuningh oa chane 19n tie o ig'its load of men, pital liar, saldthat lie just wanted gaut wokat Northwestern E 1 of S~I te dates as peiousl stated. and Minter~ was slmm of SEo -e --------- an. 14ui lujhi 4Ei that Baeltyeyo ~~ & Railey ----1Z
ers to mnake a secial sacrifice\>to rushed tomeet himp when1 heand,- Lieutenant M~inter is a gradate of Tenth uveu in Colum 5.s Co- 4of SE 2 of81/ atten dtecneeict ea Ir. ed. He -was: not entirely uncon- Columbunis High School, and lter Swers allied attention to somfe of 'scious- N% of NW% Ex 3 A, jjI
te major current problems which H~e managedl to ay, I've got a' of 't W N1, of SW%,
-wil be iscusse by, outsta~ningl littl pain in my 'chest." Late ey NO IC 4S1/ of' W % ----1 N4E .E ok ----- 6
waders 'under te following 'section] l earned file cause of' tat little pain. NIotice is hereby given. that ,the f ofl owing descried~ land il' be Al N% ~ -~~~ of< W1/ of~x NE*,3E hedings: iFamily "Security and th~e jLt. Johnt Mintfer hlad all of tiis cribs at publi ct'ono'h ~t~4a of ofg~e SE4, ~ t~~fR s of SEA --- 23IN 41E 20 f yW eeler ---------.83
War, Florida's Families and t~e I'crushedl, one collar bon~e' cracked, of J.efferson,. State o~f Florida to p~ay thle amount due for~ taxes hejrein set $E~ 1/4~ WN o ~Y War, Commnunity Planning for one lung collapsed, and one leg par-, 'of Site Np the saeNWehe wbalcoI/s4tsaeat ~v~y~i of
diildreji of Working Mothers, The alyzed. S Edd' 1/4s -------t-- 2E'C4PTO "1 NS' RE 80 0. W. J.Basa 2.87
syu ECITO Acres Owne & Cot N % o
Nesro id the War," Health-the 14All this' anidhe didn' pas-'- ~ 213 0W ~ ~~t ~ 3
SE%' f SW% ------2I~tN 3E 40) W. G. Wheeler -- .7-S ,N2 f;E4o
Cviliain Front. 'util< they started "carting, him ---- L. eee------.4
Youth in a Worl at 'War, Enier- across biupy' jungle trails to, the Si/, of N2 ----------- 10) N 3E 160'WG.Afr- ----- '1.7 N/ of SWY4 S of Rd 4 N4E241 JD.Weeer----------.84
gen y War Programis, Planining for~ base hospital, 50 miles 'away. E 8'4 ------------------1 1-N 3E~ 480 Ea, ihp ---244InWPofSYofSY 4IN4 20Henriy Wheee ----- 8
the Pos~t War World. Forces Re- 'Not quite d year has passed 'and NWi of NW% .--------- 11I 3E A4i W. G. 'Wheeler -------- I% A itn E.WFJ. roi N .9
shaping Social Service. 'KLieutena'nt -,Minter is back on duty. SE'!4 of SW:/,, 10 A in t Pt~ 507 40&t -------- 27 IN4E4------2d ------- 6''4~
A. Workshop in Commxunity Plan-fWV of 13TE/4 NEN ol ~W1/2 of EY of &W/ Wo~t~eM'~ y29
nin" will -also be h-eld under~ the N! 1'1 1' ---------------14 IN 3E 12'0 Edna, D.h $Bf hop --- 9.03 ofR .--------2-I E 9Mti .Co y---29
section title "We, the People, Tacklej W/2, of NWY41, S~l/4 of 2S2AI ,- fS'i
Job." --- ----- 14 IN'3E 1'20 J. A. Taylor - I9.dI
SW' 1/N --------- 30 IN~ 4E 45 Mrs. Delia Oder -------- 6.49
Aco'iliyfain tall citizens interested in human ZZ 498 --------------14 ItN 3E 149) Geo H. Wirik... 1147 N
wefare. Headquarters will ibe at 'Pt lot 24 W of 1Main St. __ 15 IN' 3E, J. WT iLukens -----4.6 NWY of 4R/4 N'1/ of A.Nsai----the Angebitlt Hotel, Orlando. -Pre- .' .- .i' In .E3 of .E~ .f Waler .71----1 N3EFoec ced---- .9So NA f
liminary Programs -will1 be released ofalkers of -W 16 IN 3E 2- ill'eU Johnson ------- 42) 1 of NE%4 -------- of 2N 4E6'pin rni -- 21
within the next ten days. Indvi- ' Wu mb-h~~e dulmmes ips ay bseud1101 As inl SE4 -of SWPt19, ------------ 8' 2N4 4 Wler Hllbaur ----12
Storrs who is serving as conference NE4, El/- of'NW14 -- 23'1NS3E 240 H. .Cok ------~ 10%38:~~ Lo 5 N4 Mae V. Cook ------ .43
WIaof NW IJ/, -------23 IN 3E N6' Hi. E. iCook 3'76
membership chairman for this-area. 14 --- ------- 9~ 2Nh 4E 5A Rais W '/3 Ec -9N4 M M. Revs-------1.43,
W Pt of SE of SE/_25 IN 3E 22 Y Mrs.'o Dei dr ---- Lt2 ---------'N4 4. Margaret Pesk ---------'1.24
___________ tof SEI, of SE& iN Lot 23r.1)h --------- 2X48 4 Lilie B.. wanson ------ 1.24
DB UU 134 ------- 26 IN 3E 3 Griaam, & ll.-------15ILt43------- --- 9~z 2 4E 5143e eer----SPORTSMANS "CORE In 1 Pt n of NEI,,of NiEl% l/2i~ 1.243
Column devoted toi the' E 1 G"O' '5 A of FR ---- 13' 3N 3E 1601 Est. Abe Johnson -----4.77 Lo 39 ---------- 02N 4E 5 E&t'r. arr ----- .0.3
intereest of J'efferson, County Il 'W PtF -------1 FYN of SE'A of. Willife and its 'preservation' j' '. of SE'!4 of __M 43 3N 3E 20 Y2almer Abe Johnson -------w12.28 SeofIaI of----------2.64
AldSOfSt'Rd1 'by F. A- '7rrl - - - -~ IS3E 18 n.& .D ailey ---95 -4 -- 132 E'3EhlDvs------26
-I -~ ER' Pt2 lot 4c1 & o d-- 52N4P5 .P Oed
Lot, 7 Jeff Co, Pecan Co.'-- 12- IS3 aen-1-- --12
If 'we confined Vurselves~ to th Lot 30 Jeff Co. Pecan 'Co. 12 IS 3E 5 John Caruthers -- 1.15 Pt---24--------- ---1 N4 Gettde S le 1---.44o
heSo~ Au.R7.. 1 t eaching. and practice, of coilserva- Nl~x S ,7DBB of St Au.R.--1 S3 5 Wn & 3 D ailey --- .7 lsbla H~4E 5 ers--------1.43
All~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Ex 1tA BRB8707IS3v43Wn&J.D aly-- 16748 Lotf------------- 16 2 4E HRI------14
F--_is 4I~i~, --Ih 'an onl- aT! -flW' 'of NW' 9N 1'F SE 20 W4ihad W.ey I A91 '~fdr----14

ofia A ctitiefoisanoucig h OF NAVAL STRATEGY AT LOVELY RECVEPTION, _____of.. . . .t.. . . . . .,..i. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..........~ ...........
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. inarriage :of her daughter, Fvelyin Rs~rd1~se1ad~r4~~-TeRv n Ms ane utn Ese evcs~ udySho
Bown, hoe 8H, otlatr tanTueda ofeac wek Elzaeth to $rg~ L lCaxton Shirray share stellar honors 'in Both entertained, Thuitsday' eveing and morning service were held at
______________________________ Ke U. ~ was hemyd inth "Fligh4tJ For Freedomn" which comes Apil 22 ato th Woa- t, u o- crc by Rev I veTyer
Davi Tho wedin puasi withi ~et a significance far North Jefferso Itee, Vir a loe
. .DvdLinebaughi a~id Miss lMr. and Mrs. R. J1. Taylor had sev- Methodist Parsonage onl Thursday eodisesnil'tiy~ o yrciiix nclbain ftei Several groups of children hadi
r0ra Kueo-akovle pn m e o atrw~ed April 22, at 9:30 p. mn., the Rev.. E. miance and the dlaring of a brave silver wedding anniversary. E~aster egg hunts, Friday and Satur-. several days last week with their Mrs. J. HermanlHghs Jr., of SpJar- Nash Philpot performing the cere- zo'. s h fre~tfir~o h ocso h saiu day. >
parents, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder, 't a'ib ur ,*S. C., ",with her small mony wma ofhawarefoems daier or ths becasifull thesaciou
Mr.. Linebaugh joining them on Sat- daughter, Patricia, ha~ve been i Th'rhe bride was becmig attiredl ofher day.f~ roo sugt beautifully dithosrated Mr. andl Mrs. Frank Eniinett of
Te~y spenird ater inack icMo ntcloyoiwo-vel edLet ing a. ~ ~ l story T he ir uget diniewt southern smla ndnmerous Jxcksonville had ditine NNAl- Mrs.
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~bi spend. creper mode isionicel bMehind ~ t~ ee~sn J~t o h the Navy' a iiiur- arrangements ofwhite Spring Bolw- Higtw 'atr
oi unday night. trpthaeetl ae ~ ~ ~~ l1.cee~nt task-force attacks on the er i stage, pam and fern~stitoClfrijoined her her~e. carn of gadnis ad ph backsoun ef green -fo
Mr aneMsn1.T.Rndl w- Marshals, and te.ilt and the formnedabkgux ren( The countrysid4 -was never ,pretJadsonili, haresreo M romlat and Mrs, 11'4r Mr'R.daiw~ s. Ke~rr, is 116 oldest daughter.. oTtxer'fortified Ara tin slve cnelaba 'holding many tier. tanit is now, the shades of.
Mr and Mrs..CalsL Wells Of r r~ ~~l~adMs 't~ of Mrs. ilpatrick and the: ate "Rob- lli~ p e SouLat tall ite catdin n~~ n re ftet~o~jh6~l~oyr,
Jackonvilewi'th their! son, garet HIouse also, joined the family etrt JHowren KilIpatick. She is edilnso h ot aiilgtdwiectera ade n re ftetes h 1idfoes
Chart Ies, re Ise en guss ru l~* oslv foillwing- the 'Outbreak of baskets of 'white glad.d and phlox the birds of mnany colors singing;
of Mrs. Wells' parents, Mx. and Mrs. col hdas~ Q'takeno nurses training 'rwar with.Japan. hsng dwtpryo ny hreat all in tairte and' new' life jbur'sting
O'scar Linton. 'Mrs. Linton acco- JMr. and Mrs..' T. Aioorc, Jr., of Maf sme hs~ ap tny experts .have wondered ]low Re, yiviing'near te door -with the fortht on all sides reminds us o 'God~
panied' themt Jakovle' for a Columnbus, Ga. with their two small ti nd ao 'uom tim~e as], 1si the Navy kIhevv"-hich ojf the thous- Rev. and M~rs. Roti vere Air E.L everywhere. phor sta. too Jaksonvi chil rthe office, 1 D r.* handss of isands itt those groups to Jones, chairmn of' the bord of er
ort stay rer~ar~we4 T Unylfr, strike. Th picture answers, that deacons and M~rs. Jones.nanLwoa lf
Ais E. Smt an Misst'oroheiy 'Suntt ndK~lerr is the, son 6~f 'Mr. an Iis~io .htr~fgfs~oiwt nl Ot ~re a r9 j whit 'or- keep things going at homhe is bus
Cleaves oLanAlrd, isspDorth Mr ndftr.Qs.L M Mrs. Y. S. Ker, o~f Mrshfield, Als its story of a great womn flier's gandy drss comin)ned Nith net and Ifrom daylight till dark in fieldsan
ter 'week-pnd' as,-uests of Airs. ID. On Sunda~y niorn'ng following the.sui fe tedn olg n ,H. Gilbert allid Miss Nettie) Smith. Easter Sunrise Service "At the' Meth- to hisi eP~ nl~stm~ent in th Wit ser-s ~a re'y'e ~ 1 xejlsi c's~it@ n ukys Sm> fo
' is Emily Gliover Gjibert anidMiss odist Church, Mi\i ldred Dxickert ice, he wa ini the auton'oile 'Jusi- Wioath eis tatd cae u re- a a flgrculaykrt er shout 'h(eran teys en oete iftowe ~ 1b es Jane 4Vlay from the F.S.C.W. Were enitert'ained aboutg 30 -young frinds 'locales of the story, this. -filhnis said aswekedvsoisaihe'i-trekat h on a mho onSig'to ibe one of the year's mo st dram- inade c'loth, was cetred wit 'a Brisarc- beginning to ripen.
b~t hqm. Da'v~ Winan o~n 'est W-Mrs.~ Kerr ill eturn to m i nin7 atic offerings, a, well as a' picture beautfug l'a~m' f hiite Soonr canning of vegetabe *I ~e
ssaoinBrs street. Mrniel foer taeninrtioenani of unusual timeliness, since 'its' conlwr phlox, roses an sprays onl h'all(] The season 'is rnushing, on
Moiticll Caoln Brno pn htor~y 'ould not have Ibeen told uni- of )baby b~reath 'in a lovel1 silver fast. Scool -will soo bie out. 'Let week. end with friends ian Valdsta Mr.\ and Mrs. 'William Belliniger 'tiaferteoitbak fte m.loIanli'e&*
of ate Talaase outrea the gues' onr bow and___ li e ih 'our~c tall us make good iuse of our timre'as it
oaft T,allhse Nyr uet n Ar. Jhn Finn~ey of IPort St. Joe g t an~e'hsl oes..
Laster Dayhof the forthis parents, 'the METHODIST C~HURCH .alancing the' crystal punch bowl
Air. and Mrs. P. E. Beljinger an s ~nd ~ i ~ E. Nash Philpot, Minister, neotetIe~ eu GR IO 0~~MJ
Enriched White Miss Kathleen Davidson returned daug ter, :Betty jean, cf TaJlahas- Morn~ing >Womsh'p t13 o'clock. I a min' n ~~~ ia- Djon Ameche needed a~ valet. Joan
to Montgomery, Ala., Sunday' eve- see spent the E3aster week 'end here Youthv Fellowship 7:0~0 P. M. ''Benne~twaitda job. The two got Digafter spending the Easter~ holl- with Mrs. Clpeipper's mothe, Mrsxi. "Evefing yWirshxi 8:0 clock. t$x~le~a~ Wn ivu o ogethr, causing endless F jJGi~
13 R E 11 D das er wt her parent's, LM~ ath.- ? Me, ~ e e refries~'hmeto indda T".
Al.D~aidsn. She- as c 'nlint 8:0 ocock. !vij I w~g1, ted nut loveg a esig outlvin as moden-a
S~lE Icompanied 'by her sisterscllri il p, 4* Ghii.~arsIT~ y Mr wilt 5 a wd in-bel sa jcl'~yl'x ii w b cm Wd
___ k De~ayfratowe4vit.Ms hs e xipeth~ser. wit hefa- rints.eev
withy is Jma'king her 0 oe here ily 4at Gendower Plantaion. Durin--.' th evnngamsia esday andu Thursda yjo the KatherS hrpxtali i sa FR ANISI iJlC or 'e d s ine> Theatre, is essentially a lrom
Iis i the service. Miss Alaaet lson of Talla- B. A.Ou Bohsto~r dlre Dicoer irs- James Coolkse ance, but pr ewer s'eemeid 'to
~ ~ jhasse wa th wek1n guest of Spunday" Shool'40:5 a. ill.' 'ipolE'
1nul of TalAa-her parnxs Mr n'isW1.H nn Xrshi,-t.Sfi a. in. -{ tin h ~ ~eart-ligh as heart pa'ngs tlu
'' :MissfJ3nny Tur~ibl a11 Mot Kar weubs Marjorie~ . m A{ cAd~l iieth 'e
i see spn '~seDa eewith er Wilson. Tra'>3' u, Unio-2p nia Joyce Coope ad Ch6leAn -ot Miss Bennett's Axlerr#msavn
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. inrn- Eveing WrshiP--8:30P.i In. dn Mac Ardtt
~ thulL ~i~' an -I s. ARober Pelps, and. yae
bu'l -Prayerpe~>set ~ e t Wediiesdav"- A 1o'ci'ck to thye strhin of h Ottanin- favorites are' fetu
Uorinal. ../~. au~e ho asf~ ~ Q~p ~ edtt igeb a d ~ jI s edi support of stars Amiece en
Corora D.' Harick d, m a. ate wPihte armein o ear, Dicket pianist, ad 'Charlie Ai- M~iss Bennett. Frank Craven 'a!been sttoe tcmGroMs .1 hls nhrhm er EPISCOPAL CH~URCH ien on violinist, the R{ev. I pc ear~s as the 'rubber tire mogul. B3it
16-oz ..oafC Augusta, Ga., has been transflerred Mlonticello. The Rev. J'. ill Johnson,~ R~ector sot~l~ l oteii e~ qtiue nh o
rto Fort Dix, N. J. aiSli oMy'ed altar wre lhe renewal mr- impresson~ af a fluttering ow ager. Ms.TheodorSla o Sundiay, May2. -en
Sold, Here By j Jlrs. J. R. Johnson and M4iss Es- ,Moultrie, I~a, were the gust on Church School-O :30 A. M. miage vo~ were spote, 'with "Mr. On hand,. 'too, is Aan Dinehart of
WV. L. Vige deacon, reading the late a truiant fonm the screen.'.and a
' tje Hiurst have 'retuned after Sunday of. the former'ss bhrothler in HoI Co I uii on and Serinoxi- rv sa nterowasaevi
Pg y spending several days 'with rela- law and sister, Mri and' Mrs. W.. ii, 13o A. Al.s~ Itox~y
~~~gy v~ggy jtives in D~ouglas' Ga> Maige. Wednesday -a 5-4{oiy. Coin- iaRv ~,R~ apat ly
' ni1 0:0-l~40 A. A. First Baptist 'Church of .M' nti. ello,
~~nuzwn ~ ~ ~ an withRS' O.ce Mrs. 'Roth monved. here th guest book.~ ~sed' CHURCH ___OF aHIS itole 15 191 Amhihosc h sitdi
Fred B. W/alIke, Miniser~ whlrNere' tue recipiet aof may serv'h refreslments .were: Ms A" itleetst~om~'s 'Cub. beautiful~ gifts flowers' and Ctele', George T. 'Levane, Mrs. Ransil GlovContstitutes ~Club.~
On'SSuda~y, May 2,' at 3:3 ip ., grains in congratulation upon their e, Amrs F~ate Jones, Misses Pallhe the regular Lord's Day. 'serices w~ill aniniveray Mae M~ash, Ivy Pearl Htamlrick axnd
be held. Thie sernion, subject is, AIrs. VanceI> Haris had~ charge of Loi Dvane> "What CosiuesAcpaber
~ ~, ~ li'p?" The Zord's Suopex will'be
)Welcome. in ea e. observed imnedilatey af'er thre.gipol. C'ntgregational siiging is led
RJy ay Harr'ison.WEcntafrt as-ayhn teedy.
more welcome in war work 'The "services of the Church ofE~ ntffr ow g hs as
iris,4utreetl ur~ated in IVBring 'your'old aplia' our office to be
AR production~ needs are pressing. 'No time can 'be Monlticello, are getting off to a fine kaI~'' rd A i
VVwasted on the job. Rest-paitaes _planned and sat' ews o"a~' h~i~n'li~~ U W S;w O
ofthanking the~ NWomxan's Club 'for l~dId'd
A timed are the efficient way t'o itake 'every minute A h s fterieb~dn.I find recoitionedI~ apiaces'yUInee.7
the se o ther Tice uildn~r.,A"
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Sf0 I 4'E~AS I ~Save the peels of oranges and
~ U U ~ W J b V' P'tangerines, dry them in the oven,
........and store them in glass jars. They
HEY W ER give puddings a delicious flavor.
r ~Small bits of soap in a thin cloth
bag -are -as, eff active -as a, large
:isis .-.. ..vs ..cake of 'soap 'for use in a bath.
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W, H~fITE W.N.UPEATURES -r - Next time the stepsneed pddu4
FORE WORD torpedo tubls, and four 5-caliber 'Is a hell time to declar n try paiptig eve 6ther step
machine guns-firing in pairs from war and rolled over." let these dry, theripaitit the lotf
each side. As for armom, well, "The -message said, Iwas' to'coml ers. It takes a bit longer,'tis
gos story t r fliefi's a story oagMtat. The first on down to the Co true, but-it's, a lthandier andth
pffiers' quarters of thie Motor Torpedo ~ tl3 i h n 'o Cmnandantia," .-~ *~tubti R- irr-b
Boat station at Melville, Rhode Island, time we tangled with-the Japs one of continued Bulkeley. "It's' an old 'kiddies will love having to take
by four young flg eXs of MTB Squadron our iachine-gunners kept crouching thick-waled ,Spanipsh building, and 'em "two at a ti n e'"
3, who were all that was left oftthe down behind the shield which tose when I ot there, Admiral Rock- *,w1
squadron which proudly sailed for the hsgn. wowsi a .1
Philippines last summe A fifth officer just under the nses his uns. well, who as in command at Ca- To remove old-wallpaper,
Lieutenant Henry J, Braptlngham, has When it was ovr we asked -him vite, and Captain Ray, his chief of with a, solution of lone-tablespookn
since arrived from Australia. wh he hadn't sood up tofl. staff, were already dressed. Dawn of saltpeter in a gallon of water
--These men hadbeen singled out from "'Hell,' he said, 'I didn't want to was just beginning to bre over Works best ifthe.water is hot
the multitude for return to America be- get nicked. I was crouching down Manila Bay, and the Admiral was * s
cause General MacArthur believed'tha behind that armor. 'Then we had to, watching the sky. 'They ought to If a little piece is chipped-of
the MTIs had proved their worth in p e dwa.ut furniture, touch up the
warfare, and hoped that these. officers tell'him that shield was %-inich ply- -be h- re aniy -minute,' he' said. And 3-'-. akt friretuih p h
could bring back to America their actual woIod-keeps spray out of your eyes thenthe told me to prepare my six sppt with 'iodine applied with a
battle experience, by which trainees but it can't stop, anything tle Japs boats for war stations. They were piece of cotto 1, then go over the
foud benefit. 7.{ )mh send Rhere ist? ceof going to send us over to Bataan at surface with-furnitire polish.*
ThghirsSquadronreCommander. Lleutesrfacearmorfusteel little.
Their Squadrpn Conmander, Lieuten- armor stel on the boat-we're little the naval base in Mariveles Harbor, * *
ant John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant-Col- eggshells, designed to roar ,in let just pppodite Corregidor." A smallpiece of tin or a thimander) of course needs no, introduc- flya Sunday punch -the get the 'l was prepared for the war," said piece of wood is :useful when
tio, s e s lrady, national heo--aSndypnh ndte e h
forn, his are aMacAtur out hell put, zigging to de the shells Kelly, thesquadron's second in com- washing the baseboard of 'a room,
of Bataan. But because the navy was -but again I'm gett ahead. mann a tall blond lieutenant with It can be slipped along as the
then keeping him so busy fulfilling his h islands last b ue eyes. "I'd heard, about woodwork is scrubbed and save
-bligotionsas a national hero. Bulkeney .I we u o ian s t s e ri dr w many nasty smear on he waRhad to -delegate--to Lieuteniant Robert al a om nnofceofteiertoeaon res-ht 'Iv -k .* -s arntewll
-the squadron-I'd Pikd ~eyQf.the 1fieet would do under 'any of- Q~I -'--
Boiling Kelly a major part of the task of ice-,vr I '' paper. '-- ----
rounding out the narrative. I think the cer and man in the outft: froi vol- three eventualities, so the iight be- c A -,
reader will agree that the choice was nteers-told them w ere heading fore I'd gone ov ,to, the Army and Neat Trick foi Stretching Meat-Scrapple
NayCu tM ila an u board YOU'*iU 3
wise, for Lieutenant Kelly, In addition to ndforoTtroub Ta Chey pal us and urd put (See Recipe Below) CA-- BUY ASPIRII
being a brave and competent nVal ofi the thickest chrcoal-broiled fiB
cer, has a sense of narrative and 'a keen -six boats on a tanker. In late sum- theno I thckut, charoal-red filet Work!' that can -do more for you thin S.Joseph
eye for si cant detail two attributes co b thre, Make Red Points Work! This Weekmsore? World's Large
-'which may never help hinm in battle -but' French fries and a big tomato with Thi Wek' Menu seller at 10c. Demand St. Joseph Asppm
which were of great value to this book. Roquefort dressing, finishing off with Making red points fit your menus *Stuffed Veal Hearts
Ensigns Anthony Akers and George E. braid 'and a cigar. I figured I'd ill giyo enty of valuable Buttered Noodles Two-Ton Baby
Cox Jr. ,also contributed much vivid at least have them to remember. O nd fats Quick Cooked Green aabage A whale weigs approximate
detail. 1 11 -l proteins Quic A hae-IlI-prxiatl
As a result,; fouond -when. I h11 "We spent that first day fully on which'to do a Grated Carzrot-Fresh Grapefruit 4,000 p6uhds -at birth.
-fnished that I had not just the ad entire ald, aticipatin a bombing man -'sized day's Salad ,
tak Fiv o h-otweedmwokilkeor- ell
story bf a single squadron, but in the of h bos e Whole Wheat Rolls Jey
-baekground~the 'whole tragic panoramaa pe ~ ~' sed. along the shore about a hufh.-' ing out 7a -jig-saw, 6-~ u
of the* PhDuipne campaign-Amerca'dred ads sixth ae iBut o Rhubarb Sauce Cookies
W dredinyAd ay aprtteloe
We are a democracy, runninaa wa. oo day o ore pe cl -- 'oiie *SNAPeY'GiAn:106
- N ou mistakes are concealed from u%,wtrfo-.cn2 f-one ef i they* all'6 rncr~ *ecp ~~l. i~
-the annee be.cretd Facts -enna:' sausage,, veeals nd1 out" if you try -- L TBB ii~ i I~
-.aey cueueyan roecteld i cannred potatoes ~- don't laugh at hard,- enough? The' answer' is in- war, because: the enemy would take budg eating: f -poilnts before you ,Orang
advantage of out wealmesset s he lnew fruits fruit, coffee. spend them' getting meats with Iow- (Serves 6)
them. But this story, now can .safely "I saw the frst plane abut no& pin au xtntgaorf 1,/ cups orange sections
be told because the sad chapter is ended~. \-"swthfrtplnsaotoon point value,* and. extending flavor of 'l cpornestos
i~~~~~~h en, mince1ii !! e eneseflying ou over the bay.' At first I meat as much As possible. 2 ups cooked chicken,, minced
our equipiet was because thyh ee ours but after 1eup diced y Stoutchains and pedleeks bled
stroyed or captured practically anl of it. about a minute our shore batteries is a hi i quality proteini, an Ia upt lenon french dress each of the fur wheels to the
I have been wandering'in and out of opened.up 'They were ediig over the' body needs it for repairing Lettceand other greens car when she parks It Ia
wars since 1939, and many times. before at 2,000 and of course im edately ildin tiss-which. is full-tipe Toss orange sections, nchickeiand 'the1seel att. t
ha" trb al a e md 9,1~~~~~~.shoved all our boats off and j1b. We desigate pirdteins asco clr oehrwihmh eo-nofupd steU
out of battle-come with the whistle of we neiti obW eint.pren *cr celery together with,- the lemon made was ot annua a91Etlieti 7..
flying steel aid the rumble of falling ut into the bay. But we heard noth- iplete and incomplete, thet ones which french dressing. Arrange on six in- for Federal ad highway. Good
Srods godauombile li god
walls still in their ears. come out to ing -drop.' It was" probably: just-a ao a complete ob of dividual beds of -greens or lettuce. o tomonies a
th ft.wlledctis eh telities, reconnaissance raid-feeling us out. bd ilnga resrti bo. Kidney beans are a second-class or modern motoring.
" C : :T ...... ......k m "t ( w her t ema.n..e.s.t.W
the fat. well' fed, cities behind the boes reon naiysatrol adln us oing ta t bstrngthe comatnt,la taln ways -th"eOf 'course there were all kinds o n y'i'buinmete in -fo but then Co i b a te-a aeoversvd o hh -ll
Schoo'ssfrome frnewsstands thosepapers -rumorsplete proteiis, a e pes at, cheese,' fish, meatle rate d he dds a retn eon
rumos -"fla-t" Zmbonga'and ar '-ineto useon tha exra ay' speeds below 33 gnph fire blowwmug citizenesnt amndaerse airnraft poultry eggs and ih e f a f e taes onlyht cura ew. red s. rear are
Inhoto healis rolaieryich sheno erDavao, down in the southern archi- r oin ti whe there are noa red points left n dangerous for
anea magnificent victoryn..n; h oe a-at I complete apot are roe'i meat Beea oa aertdrilf therend ol9 r easn
And through those plump cities the sad frot which can do just part i the job, o w 1 other hnd enf
ylug men back frot n battle wander as thour navy patrol planes had gone up a tils have a low point value which In tcup-saving
aginstanguar ofn rcomacnch theCOi lothn ver to ril p meatessaas Gra ti- a ee eee es, 2 tpso gaet Ierubber
t rNortha geprn to fte s Api malls-then tepne -for 'tide-overs ononion strangers in a strange land.. taking a -p eoItcered nts Of u
grim 'lanuage of ealig wich th* readsot atberiongo out a at- s ens, onim d t rea 1eatleaspoons:, sratces ds krtr hi tmltdrbe
omug citizenry doesn't understand, th. fnrs anc thog the Panam tack a thin he border Ss ta. By fo ane ung to tell of a-tragedy which few e x anal teer Wt aeen w sa g e k erd our a cse we can'nst ovsenight So thnd Central American c2cnhearing. oa i Hotl tcdrs hfo be ere d out th 1 otnd-r ri sa sg fid tra takesnly t fw r' a p S
- -r-lon meat o er sitsme uni a mda
ofTces fo hadayouu must gier fotmo h t d s e that one proved false. -Yet we an gea rKidney Bean. Loaf. b *
"Well itsa likgen iffe S oset meat to fill our requirements But, o fore governmentrice freezing,
those I have taried to in Europe only In hmthaad morning, notng was sureh (Serves 6to 8)" rubber was selling on c ma in w P i
and your army bis rhetn oacod eoven onl hors a hgc atn
that thiney adre Americans, and the trag- thingochotesurppise cupsks ndry kidney' beans
tay they' bear' witness 1, to ,is our- wn frT Searn. radof um e- irring o p f a 2 casidna th 1 te o K 8
failure, and the smugness they struggle o e ght t was, plaes saePork is our foremost souatce of incups stale bread cruier E
against is our own complacency. 'Fom colmant, oier to kmi on al t in or vitamin BYy-sooetimes eF ka a
howlogyot ak.'Neerinnd' ton. e kew w necnsity ade ntot re s adn salt pepr relceu gad ducn hese dy.ayl itosml
he answer'jus hod id itan and report to the submarine called' the pep 'and energy vitamin M 2 typs ofe heese- a Ge o
ua m CHAPTER I "They expect you to stay there tender there for food, water, ,and because tr os (Seroes 4 alc a cup shortening until y we red". t and to remain on the tin to mental .health. 2cpHers pork e's e
e ready-available to go out and at sausage is combined with a cereal teaspoon salt
"You don't understand," said the er, we snuck through the Panama tack anything he ordered us to. By for a really delicious stretchedd" 2/ e teaspoons- s
youne naval offer, "wle were, x- Canal one night, and wer steaming five o'clock we cast off. We had dish slice a br in s bns fits rh, sat ten e
pendale." He was very earne as up Manila oBay in the early fall. soie passengers o sub Cor a o S w ma- y beansliveratt en heg LOcupsUP
alon................... A; ook\ 1 "; :
uteshoreven apreciou quartr~of e nila lot ly acr s reidorthen it s kiper dvrep lent syr ervpes bute' white. In Pour mtornigese baking *
he lollt on the unk in the officers' "On my way back hare last pwek ri o t ew l a. ie hc c pr d n the inoam g bra ov i uc a
quarter of the torpedo statio tat I had a few. hours in Honolulu, an idar e befor wwe, were' outayd, nthe 1hso un do .0es.ine..-roaandt thenh
hewpo, with f a another nree the boys were still talking about mine fields, feeling our way into 2 cup siecirer until 5n
officers who hadalso just got outOf h ow they'd been surprise on D- Mariveles. We thought we knew1 tepoon salt beans are tendered th
'the, Philippines. b est er 7. 1 don't know Why they thse mine fields, but in pitch-dark-chopedaelronelifeelpngyouaee-swllgai.
Well you'e lee your friendsie tesae arg weB dilian ltredh-offan ofcuren lig hre Fe yran cays:e' 2 ingred spoons mix- ein aditddEint nestn.Aholnav en bcu eteaotnsrihte-mn-fedlghs1 tapo pweedad n ad nohe
you'rh ean t m in e tt wa1 was maybedays, plr alio herkoatgwcsp fine r a c m - -o
san"d eueam i n ereytand eveol hoa u bnl, away e they o es i o t cera t' easpn p
ito e i Thctin ting dtha abot it beint ath dwi the oatfts Bro ausagemgn h ed sa e n. ca u wl haer
yr outo tlat macine guleavrin th atte 1aniot a i-d\.ig the urs he land t cra e o our' mIoorsh the oepr off-dnd B tablespons shrteningN,
in"thell weekivebeen-back.-Let's iouth thi. .on to uht it was eapo plat Van-. oB reinsg hoemer inuedps twe oim- Use\atfis
-the oad;r e be to A her a "Wegr u Adi-l utoear s bgan ha wklg waot a c wae to a boil, cu 2ou mu s wlyse iove sa signb
hold thspsto, etlsyou ,'For -s"Wee'd bnl followang- The nlyia oer iiasalle
e ehtilt swd an cuin m a ,mea t i ban p s 'al
toe ony atsadon. Theer matin thie e knew lnilwe tae sm Bf the anser. u inst ae ad slt, peper t w a ea tenu aid di thesy days. with simpsln homepret SALVEO
kthe re wexendale a-war sae o a de e nedo agus 'tho taie cas fo Batr Sti glen al posil .fac f Cls ear rount and b a ma my hi cuwotrog K E A
abot dze mn o bat. Eah en tpe folyI tcm neles iSsmaCoewsantv laels tof ths ro cse foods side to uene openewih ashar TryRobMyTieshlm-a Wodfla
anyting an lyoo expendbatoseey migh plae aen tan. becast i we vilae-pcdtcall wheredoned ne gbaugelthei pcokts caetly knife cutout sason vering nsptries.~ n
waeolog dtnftieo dduoptaw romil e ato, ttw- Is so to be ta res n b y a'
of- th atiser boui pmenat mast a wd ob ll ing atou....t hal the sou pp ostora t s y m w it to U ualyet nthailn to.-c tu tr ith d s AtlDions m
ally atmoe Teeygt ar expendin arm hsands watngfr hda iorm onwarri ~ ny~x~eers aroe ro ndsds un the prse coutnti ou beoepofcet in and tis ohe withf string, i oo a~~I~yf
yoraen -tat hinay.So ast- ntich afwulde begfogher to pro-ti gron hlrnd fou rfv etor bamboo~ Usu-ddanl 6ouce or one- fli Rollhearts ifloursbrown inshort t the on'torspect' to e c t started -Teynn ilts U it questives wheher pint will fl two mau ng cnol a
crpiandh e. eo iso- Pour 32to szen wloa fill fu 2a -ieg e atd pepper'T
Tay should be, but wsat happen trd i a ase id, an ofcrs' dn'te split bamboo, and oie very tight, ntil fim UnmCover with.... tight fittinglid and cook THY R
sothe'f; withmb simpl hmame piecs ou oneo
that pretty theory ina wa iis an at Cavitr Bkeley w nt on s whe ba e on sdmallic pice o Remember canned av i egetaules on Comb he fish, salt, b. e tnnl
her story-we losty-for' sa.e m- my nhone oranl about three in gar... fgen pe n icaken itron are already cooked and need be yks, w ce d to sub.
utsy.owee prseesae m ee on dii i411111111
tb we b tha ornting any.d lefrst at the anto then pis an r eiaes. In one brought sonly to coplten tooe- mi aour baeo qin odere proem as
ansome ko thse iteatnthat far ed is the k of-conofthe to gt uando an ead to ar on cwySindy iu thi r2to letin tes t hr ht t
cornerea Hearhs.chewing-um........a. Simly...e.
those adrwbloeutheinedlott ortbm -wern huddeaoPut dHa i t kgsdo Buyingfresh frts and veta estci o fooeyetoo eo0 c.
'th e life of aa to or astrm b ee Soito d o eign Aos Hes beforhe smoke just go s ousthidn't sdeli eves frslad which a *st lfa
unatal, dark noiednth fexn "ws oth nowjst orwhre the weor seninge goservngourpnyreplnd y .(Srvsederago ln aorsncad wo.h N.7,
a h day s armeman rer, te pr. an ih..TuLL e w r
bl ibaek. e ca co...................................... er ................... FERN -A -M IN T. Tastes good, is bsndi
whnyuv enyu red and the' lower ] one iilii Baanas wth "S. ten'te unbean Tee yn sys -'2tblsjou sorennged coonlcl gidrufsnuysppy
thi ie osv iue- ieteRc-orgdrIsadahr e een ae ain frol h creCr:Wt 5ml.-, 14cp-iebedcub ag
- itepl.bfentetalis n e l ;'hda'iprbe nhw lo oeaescarigrt'n -' 4taponsli EI-'-YI'IO
"Look ever ~ii mindabou ta,' w r ttind-tivth big we' were to live ourselves and what i bok to 1 the iI grces .... way 14 dspo:epe

Taxes Taxes Taxes
DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost DESCRIPTION S T R Acres' Owner & Cost DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost
E/ lot 232 ----------- 17 2N 4E 2% Georgia Snow ---------.841 Lots ,47, 48, 49, 55, 70, 71, SE%4 of SEY ----------- 27 3N 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co. 2.35
4 A In NW%, NW/ of NEI 72, lot 61 Ex Rd ------ 18 2N 5E 35%4 Unknown ------------ 10.60 S% lot 11 Original Plan Monticello Rebecca H. Maynaid -- 39.87
Ex 11 A, NEI/ of NWA Lot 50 ------------ 18 2N 5E 5 Mary E. Johnson ------ 2.42 Lot 17 Original Plan Monticello ... T. J. Martin ---------- 10.30
Ex 6/ A, 101/ A in E Pt N%2 Lots 62, 63, 64 Ex Rd 18 2N 5E 6% E. P. Poyer ----------- 2.42 Pt lots 48 & 49 DB VV
of NW of NW% 23 2N 4E 76 Albert Johnson -------- 2.70 S% Lots 62, 64 .Ex Rd, 412 Original Plan Monticello --1-H. R. Faglie -- 9.24
In SE% of NW% DB PP Lots 58, 59, 60 ------ 18 2N -5E 25%/ S. A. Poyer ----------8.63 Pt lots 48 & 49 DB PP
370 ----------------- 23 2N 4E 2 Jeff Oliver, Jr. -------- 1.14 Lot 54 --------------- 18 2N 5E 5 Rallh iDevlin -------- 2.42 266 Original Plan Monticello ----- Est. W. i'. Dawkins ---'30.31
NE% of NW% --------- 24 2N 4E 40 Ethel Davis ----------- 1.53 Lots 75, 76, Sr. .-- 18 2N 5E 15 0. E. Schmidt---.--.. 6.36 Pt lot 51 DB'XX 28
In NE% DB VY 10 24 2N 4E 79 Est. P. D. Faglie ------- 1.26 Lots 77, 78, 7j, 80. 8t, Original Plan Monticello ------- J. I. Folsom -I ----- 24.35
Lot 2 Kidders Sub No. 2 24 2N 4E 5 Dr. Rubin Peterson -- 1.43 82, 83 ---------- ----18 2N 5E 34% Schmidt, Carlson, Plaff Pt lot 52 DB XX 179
Lot 5 Kidders Sub No 2 24 2N 4E 5 Vernice Davis --------- 1.43 Tr. .------------.--. 10.90 Original Plan Monticello ------- Est. J. D. Goldberg -. 50.03
1 A In E of NER Lots 84 & 85 ----------18 2N 5E 10 Herman Felcamp ------4.39 Pt lot 52 DB YY 475
DiB ZZ 512 -----. 25 2N 4E / R. E. Clark -.. ',18.86 Lot 4 Kidders Sub No 1 18 2N 5E 5v J. P. G. Wilgrs -------- 2.42 Original Plan Monficello ------1 F. A. Johnston -----.-- 50.03
4% A In E/ of NE/< 18% 'A in NW tof NWA Pt lot 54 DB ZZ 292
DB ZZ 512 ----------- 25 2N 4E 4% R. E. Clark ----------- 5.68 & 25 A iix NE'/, of 'NWY4 Original Plan Monticello ----- J. E. Minter ---------- 40417
In SEA of NE4 N of Rd &34 A in SE% Aof NW Pt lot 57 DB UU 160
* DB WW 387 --------- 25 2N 4E 1% 1. I. Bunny ----------- 6.68 -Ex Rd -------------- 19 2N 5E 72 Est. J.. iGoldberg- 11.20 2% :ft Extending entire
In SW Cor of SE%, of NE%4 of NW% in Spring- distance North & South
NW% DI WW 517 -- 25 2N 4E 11% A. E. Bagnall -------- 15.55 dale Sub ----------- 19 2N 5E 4 Miriam E. Washburn -.--- 1.93 of the South 28 ft of NV2
In W% of NE',% DB In NW% of NWAD DB lot 57 Original Plan Monticello.-. Unknown -------------- 2.33/
320 ----------------- 25 2N 4E 10 Katherine B. IMays ----- 10.63 WW 463 ----------- 19 2N 5E 2 j. L. Davis ----------- 1.34 Lots 1M58, 167 168 D XX 410
Lots 162, 163, 165, 177 179 27 2N 4E 13 Ernest F. Heyd ------ 3.40 In E/ of W% of SW% ,/ Original Plan Monticello ------- El: abeth B. Whl'ite --- 8.4.3
Lots 77, & 78 ---------- 33 2N 4E 10 James Milton Byrd ---- 1.68 DB YY 211 ----------- 19 2N 5E 2% E. L. Burnett 20.46 Lot 159 Original Plan 'Monticello-. Mrs. E. E. Bishop -------4.49
Lot !)2 ------------- 33 2N 4E 5 John Offman ----'-- 1.16 In W/ of W% DB I1 255 19 2N 5E 8 Est. W. R. Barnes 4.50 Lots 161 & 162 Original Plan
Lot 104 ----------- 33 2N 4E 5 R. J. Klaiber -.. __----- 1.16 NE% ofrSE% E of Rd -.-.19 2N 5E 10 Mrs.1. K Miller ------- 1.83 Ptilot 2 DB ZZ 495 Scotts
L&t 291 --------------- 33 2N 4E 2% Mrs. L. W. Underwood _. .815 2,, A in S Pt lot A ------ 19 2N 5E 2%/, J. D. Goldberg --------- .65 Northern Add Monticello '------- Lanaf Davis ---...---- 4.69
Pt lots 235 & V ----- 34 2N 4E 4% B. H. Adams --------- 1.43 Lots 4 & 5 Blk 1 Kidders Ilt lot 2 DB YY 254 Scotts /
Lot 240 -------------- 34 2N 4E 5 Smith ----- 1.43 Sub No 3 -.---. 19 2N 5E 2 Margaret 'Wessinger 1.73 Northern Add Monticello -------- J. B. Dyer ------------. 1,56
In SE%'DB AAA 49 36 2N 4E 1 Ern~st Gethrs .----.. .65 NW% of SW%, NE4 of Pt lot 2 DLB IL 3 Scotts
In N Pt Lot 144 ------- GS N 4E 100 Nathan -Hayes --------- 3.15 SWY4 of SWY ----.- 20 2N 58 50 Mrs, H.'K. Miller ------7.46 Northern AddMonticello .-- REst. Thos. Mlerritt ----- 4.69
W Pt Lot 1, E Pt Lof 2 18 3N 4E 85' N. F. Miller: -----..-- 2.61 In SE of SW% DB SS E 53 ft Lot 43, Lot 44 Scotts
Il W Pt Lot 2 --------- 18 N 4E 77% Est. Abe Johnson -- 15.62 195 ----------------- 21 2N 5E 1 Frank Cason .82 NortherAdd Monticello .------- H. R.iaglie ------------ 4.69
SWI% of SW% ------- 27 3N 4E 40 Janie Johnson ----.-.. 1.53 S% of SE%, S 6/-- S -. of Blk 1 Wiricks Add Monticello ... 1-eIo. T. & J.H. RFolsom --- q8.94
SE'1/Ex 46 A ----------28 3N 4E 114 Janic Johnson -------- 3.53 N l/W of SE 14 E x 4 A .-. 21 2N 5E 96 Harrison Collins ------ 3.08 Lot 3 Blk 8 Wircks Add Monticello Janie Johnson ------ 4.39
In NE Cor of ,SE' of SEV NE% of NWY, of NWV% 23 2N 5E 10 Lucindy Alexander 2.42 S% lot 3 Blk 12 Wiricks Add
DEB YY 1 ----------- 34 3N 4E 4 Ben Cobb --------'-- 1.53 SW14 of SW'I, of NW% -/ 23 2N 5E 10 Solomon 'Gibbs ---------.72 Monticello ---------------- Ben C. Evans, Jr. ------ 2.72
hi %12 of NEW' DB YYX 2 34,3N 4E 4 Ben Cobb ------------ .57 Ns of N of NW'/- of Lot 4, Pt lot 5 Bik 12 'I
Pt Lot 4 -------------- 36 3N 4E 40 Godfrey :Scott --------- 7.25 N -E -------------- 23 2N 5E 10 Est. JohnSwan --------2.72 Wiricks Add Monticello --...-- Clemon Tillman -------10.60
E% of NW4 of SW%, S% "-' NWk of NW bf SE% 29 2N 5E 10 Ben Rich --------- 2.42 Pt B}k 15, DBI ZZ 563
of S% of SW% of SE/ of NW /4 S of Rd 29 2N 5E 3 Annie Utley ---------- 7.20 Wiricks Add Monticello - Henry A. Malloy .- 30-1
NW1 ------------- 5IS 4E 40* E. .NI Morris ---------- .7,17 of NWW of NW 8/ P lot 18 DB WW 92
NE% of SW% Ex 3 A ..6 1S 4E' 37 Austin Roberson 6.017 A in SW% of NW% -292N 5E 28 R. M. Utley ---------- 2.10 Wiricks Add Monticello ---- Henry A. Malloy ------- 7.50
In S% DB YY 9& & 232 -...- IS 4E 10 Sam Miller ---- ------- 1.98 N% lot 4Loma Alta ---- 30 2N 5E Ralph Kindred 1.43 Pt lot 18 DB WV 92
SW% of NE Ex 3 A, In SW Cor of ,NWk of a'Wiricks -Add Monticello --He-rr A. Mlloy -- --. 5.68
NWW 'of SE /---------- 6 IS 4E 77 W. A. Sweny -------- 13.09 SW _-.----------- 31 2N 5E 1 Chas. Rig ins - .82 Lots 2 3 B1k 20,
E / P of SE S o St Rd 19 7 1S 4E 50 Gertrude Connell -..- 8.10 In SE%-of NEW S of IRd 1 33 2N 5E 11 Estelle Pope ------ 13.95 Wiricks 'Add Monticello Steward Scizilin .-- 4. 9
In W Pt of SW% S of St. NW% of NEI, of SE%, Pt lots 1 & 2 Bl.k 21 DB ZZ 484
Aug. Rd. Ex Rd 96 8 IS 4E 31 Gertrude Connell .L 5.34 S% of SER of SEW Ex' Widicks Add Monticello 'Pearl Giles ------------ 3. 0
82x150 As N of Rd.,Lot 1 A .---------------- 35 2N 5E 2 T. 'B. Lacy ---3. 364 Pt lot 4 Blk 21 DB UU 488
W of school, Lot N of In NEW of SE% N of Rd 36 2N 5E 4 Thos. Kinsey .--- .88 Wiricks Add Monticello L, R. Davis ---------- 1.56
St. Aug. Rd. --------- 8 IS 4E 41 Maybelle Connell ------ 1.73 S 9 A of W%1/ of E o f Pt lots 1 & 2 Blk 24 tDB IL 411
In S'Pt of NEW of NW SW% ---------------- 36 2N 5E 9 Gussie Mae Routt 316 Wiricks Add Monticello ------- Emma Turner -.-- 1.29
'DIB AAA 11 Ex St Rd __ 8 1 4E 13% 'Mrs.. Gladys Walker --- 4.14 E% of SEW of SW%, 2,5A Lots 1 & 4 Blk <29
n NE Cor of EY2 of SEW In W Pt of SW% of Wiricks Add Monticello -.-.----. Frank Carroll -.--.---- 4.79
D-B YY 419 -------- 8 IS 4E 3 Frank W. Carroll ------ 1.25 SE%' -------------.--- 20 3N 5 45 D. S. Need ----------- .20 Pt Blk 37DB ILB 178
NWW of SW -------- 16 IS 4E 40< Etheline Lane ------7.25 In S/ of 5S% of SWWB D, Wiricks Add MQnticello ------ Itene-Ellenwood --- 6.66
In WW of SWW DB XX BBB ll &------------ 22 SN 5E 5 Yernon Redman,__ ----- /60 Lots 1 to 6 Inc DB WW 152
289 ------------------ 18 1S 4E ., Joe Mathews .93 In SEkof SE/ --------- 25 3N 5E 3 Miles E. Groover --r- Hamricks Sub Monticello .---Jo-- Est. JubeClark In--W--SE 1.83
In SE% TDB D 93 ------ 19 IS 4E 1 Henry Mathews ------- .G3 E/ of SW -- ---36 3N 5E 0 F. J. Linton ..------------ 12.69 N lot 9 DB Y 357
S% of S% of E1/ of SEW 29 IS 4E 20 L. H. Walker 3.84 S%., of NEI of SW,. D. Palmers Add Monticello '.--. Woodiow Cone --... 3.45
NW14 of SW -------- 30 1 4E 40 Mrs. Nia evis ------ 7.25 of SE% ofSWW -------71S 5E 40 H. E Cook -- -- 3.9 In SE% of NE% DB AAA
In W Pt of S of SW% W% of SW% Ex 1R 15 1S 5E 75 I.E Cook -- 2.84 41 ------ 30 2N 5E Rosetta Bradley oo.731.
DB WW 476 --------- 31 IS 4E 1 Alberta Jordan --------.93 Lot 17 Blk B Reams Add 22 IS E Cola hitman ---------.62 Lot 12 Parkills Add Monticello --- Margaret 141pati 5.85
In NW of NW DB Y Lot 3 Blk A Villa Nova .- 22 1 5E Jas. Tyus -------------- .62 Pt lot 19 II DB 1 page 98
315 ------------------ 31 1 4E T. J. Braswell -.---.-.. .93 Lot 56 Blk D Villa Nova -_ 22 IS 5E W. D. Reams- --- .62 Parkhlls Add Monticello -------- I. M L,73
Lot in NW% of NW% SEW of NW%, NEW of Pt lot 22 WBD 361
'W of Rd ----------- 31 IS 4E 1 F. R. Williams, --------- .93 SW 4. ----.-----.- 24 1S 5E 10 T. A. Huge ..----- 12.21 Pabkli11s Add Aotic i.
E% of N EW Y4----------- 32 IS 4E 80 L. H. Walker --------- 12.79 Lots 17, 18, 19, SEW of Pt lot 8 II OB 1 page 92
N% of SE of SWW & 2 A NW% E of Rd 27 1S 5E 28 A. W.fReams 3.29 IIPorters Add Monticello-------- Pearl Will-ins -------- 2.72'
In NW of SW 3,2 1 E 22 Early Iewis -.------ 4.14 SEVW of NW1 ---- 28 15 SE 40 Joseph Frazier --------- .18 Lot 27 DB ZZ 382 Carrolls
N% of E of E1S, W1Ea rl In N Pt of NWW IL Sub in hMonticello ------------- Sarah Denmark -----,- 1.73
NW/, W 9 A of NE% of 394 '--------- ---- 31 IS 5E 30 Grant Howell --.---.04 Pt lot 1 DB LL 183 ,
NW% SEW of NW%, WofNW "'34 IS 5E 80 Rachel Cole Nickerson 11.91 !Groves Add Monticello ---------- Rebeca H. Maynard'-- 2.72
W of Rd ------------ 31 IS 4E 292 'LE H. Walker -..-.-- 4127 E/ of SEW ---.-..--- 3_S 5E 80 ). H. Petry et al ..-.. 11.91 Pt lot2 DB AAA 51
SWW of NWW of NE%-- 5 2S 4E 10 Jessie C. Lee ---------- 1.29 SEW 1/ ------------ 6 2S SE 160 Bertha Sabvyer -------- 23.39 A Den'ham Add Monticello ---- lansilGlover .-------- 14.54
I Int in N% of NE % W% of NE, NE of Pt lot 2, Pt lot 3
ExRR- ------------ 6 2S 4E 38 W. C. Teate ..3.98 NER4, NEI of NW%4 2,S 5E 160 Bertha Sawyer --- 12.21 -A Denham Add Monticello --- PauPlines ------------ 7.50
E/, of WA of SE % NW4 at NW --------- 8 2S 5E 40 Bertha >Sawyer .-- !__ 4.27 Lot 25 Academy Hts Add Monticello W. W. Bassett ------- 1.43
of NW% -.-.------- 23 28 4E 10 Hilda'Lavioi -- 1.39 SWM of NE,4 Ain NE S a'Pt lot 9 DB XX497 Dilworths
W o E2 of NW of Cor of SEW of NW -- 8 S, E 44 Est.Grt Anderson --- 7.12 Add Monticello ..----.- C. L. P 96 --. ---. 20.6
NW I.---- -- 24 2S 4E 10 N. W. Hardigan-------- 1.39 NW% of NEW -..----- 4 IN 6E 40 Huguenot Land & Abs. Co. 3.65 tot 20 DB SS 116 Dil1worths
SE ior SEW of NE SW ofNE4 of :SW% 5 1N 6E 10 A. J. Joyner ..--..--..- 1.24 Add Monticello --13 Robert Me
of SW'4-------------- 25 S 4E 2 Virginia Wettladfer - .92 In N1/ of SEW DB YY-127 7 IN SE 1 Fannie Johnson-----.67 Lot 23 D O 08 Dilworths
NWV of SW of Dwg, & Store in SW% of 'Add Monticello --------------.-- Maria Raines ----------- 2.72
NE% of SW/, NWY of f SW ------------- 17 IN 6E "5 A. A. Bishop ----Add--- 11.55 Lot 10 B'k 3 Fla Land &
SW'!4 of SWW ------ 25 2S 4E 70 Emil C. Basel -------- 5.50 In SE i of SEWS !S of RR,, Ab Add Monticello ------------ Abe Johnson ---------- 2.72
In SW Cor of NW 28 3S 4E 10 L. H. Walker --------- .92 Dwlg & 2 A S of RR -- .18 1N 6E 3 A. A. Bishop/ ..---- 39 Lots 1 &2 Blk 4 Fla Land &
NWW Ex 10 A .-------- 28 3S 4E 150 BenH. Lindsey, Jr. ... 7.62 NEW p NE, 1/ A in Abs Add Montecello .-.---- Josephine Rich ------- 2.72,
E%! of NE, W% of SEW 6 48 4E160 C. Leggett ------ 8,00 NEW of SE --------- 18 IN 15i 41% Mrs. Ellen Handley ----- 4.23 Lot 5 Blk 6 Ia Land &
W/2 of NE%, W% ------ 6 4S 4E 401) 'Weaver Loughridge In NEW of NEI ---...- 19 IN GE 36 A. A. Bishop ------ 3.65 Abs Add Monticello Robert Green -----.---- 1.73
Lb Co.-- 1986 6% A ini NW% of NW/, 'Lots 1 & 4 Blk 3 Jeff Hts
W/O- o -f NE- -- W 0 Ex !4 A in SWW of SEW, 17 Add Montiello------------------- Roach & Richardson 4.9
4O A ----------------74S E 0 C. L. Leggest .-------- 17.95 A in rW% of NW/, In Lot 20 Blk 4 Jeff lts Add IMonticel1o C. A. Noegel --- ----- .07
I W% of %Ex 6(0 A 18 4, 00 Weaver Loughridge NEW --------------- 20 1N 6E 38 A. A. Bishop ---------- 5.09 Pt Jot 4 TDB D 125
{Lbr. Co. ----- 5.53 In NE', of NE% DB UU Letchworths Add Monticello Bird 72
S W SW of SW- 1, S Pt of 63 -------------------- 20 N GE illie Hutchinson ----- 1.29 Lot 6 Blk P. Reidhmar Add Monticello M ughes 39.87
NW% of SW ----- 18 4S 4E Pt L Walker -----.. -- 3.94 SW of NWW N of Rd Pt lot 7DB WW 358 I
E% of NWW of NW DB AAA 57 ---------- 21 IN 6E 51/1 Bessie McCoy --. 1.29 Simons Add Monticello -----------. W.le & Mry $loq 1
N of Rd --------- 1 IN 5E 22/ Gussie Me Routt -----. 3.94 NW% of NW% -- 28 1N 6 4 G. C.Sparks 2.18 Lots 15& 16 Snons Add Monticello S.A. 1r j7 3
NEW of NEI N f Rd f_ 2 1N 5E 5 T. B. Licy ---------1.52 SW' Ex NE% of NE 28/ Lot 21 Simons Add Monticello -----. A.liz-----ib .0&
W of SEW W of Rd- and E 30 A of NEW %6 W/2lot 26 Sinos 'Add Monticello Oscar J. 2.42
S% of W/ ---------- 2 IN 5E 275 J. [. Anderson --. 48.86 NW% -W--------------- 29 1N E 90 A. A. Bishop 1068 %V lot '30 Blk 4
SE,,of SEW/ ------------ 3 IN SE 40 J. I,, Anderson --------- 5.79 E1/ of SW'/, S1/2 of S'EW
340 J. L. Aidrson -------- .7EW f Sions Add Monticello '--------. Mary Lee ..h 2.72
NEV of NEW --------- 10 IN 5E 40 L. AndersonW--------.86 of Rd, NW% td!SEW, Pt lot 33 DB AAA 22
2 A In NW%. of SEW W '1'S% of NEW/ .. --- 30 11 6E 216 A. A. Bishop --------- 35.53 himons Add Monticello ..-- 'Ellen s-------- 1.73
of Rd, N% of SW%, '2 A in NWW of NE%, Pt lot 33 D;B PP 199 .
NWW Ex 2 A ------- 11 IN 5E 240 J. L. Anderson -------- 58.78 NEW of NW% -------- 31 IN 6E 42 A. A. Bishop -- 7.96 'Si'mons Add Monticello ----.--..- Laura - 1.02
In NE% of NWW 2 A, W% .S 3% of NW ---------- 31 IN 6E 80 Charlie Hampton -6.5@ Lot l, Pt lot 11 F. L.
of NEW, NWW of SEVW ' E% of"SW 4 of NWW, Simons Add Monticel -- W.L. Straws -------.-- 2
Ex 2 A, NE% of SE%/4 N NE% of SW% .-- 32 1N 6E 60 A. A. Bishop --. 10.37 PtIt 15 DB AAA 90 F. L
of Bch ------------- 11 IN 5E 140 Est. B. b. Rinsey --- 13.23 $ % of SW%, E% of uimons Add Monticello --- .--- Ernest Hagan --------- 2.72
W/ of of of SE --- 11 IN .5E 40 A. A. Bishop a -----s..- 5.26 NE% 1 of SW --------- 32 IN E 100 Est. J. T. Bishop -- 8.31 1n NW4 of NWW D B
NW of SE .------- 13 IN 5E 40 Est. A. J. Da ins 3.6 Blk 25 in W of SWV 7 2N 6E 6 Geo. F5 Brittai 1.48 ZZ 512 -------- - 2NE 2 R. E. Clark -------.-.-,. .72
In NEW DB ZZ 506 19 1N 5E 50 BenF. Hooks --.------..166 W% of NW%, of SW 8 2N 6E 20 Est. W. H. Hampton 3 2.39 In SEW of NE% D
N% of SWW at S4@019W1Nf5EW2---L.-A----a-sha---- ------ 4.00----o --NW- 15 2N 6E 80 West Fl@. Land'(Corp. ...285 "&.111 "'. ... 301.2N 5E Bird, Hifast & Rast .. 2.63
NW% of SW%'ol5 -. 19 1N 2 0 ks. W. J, Bradsha'w 7.54 SEW of 'SEW'-.---- & 82N 6E 40 Peter Mickens--.-------4.27 In SEW, of NEIVD~
In WWofNWWI'DB 48 enF H.ks-----. SE of.SWW, 'W%/ p1 SW% R 375'-- -----------30 2N 5E~ Est.;Wmn. (Goodall p1.73'ZZ 5063--------..... 20iN 5E 48 BnF ~os---- .1 of SE%/, N% ofNI In SEW' of NEW DB S
In SEof SW _1..... 21IN 5E14 Chs. Mc~nney 1 312 W7of-NE--W-of---_--..J...Fran2ci5EFrancieHughs ---1.36.6
S% of .SEW-----------21 1N SE 80 S. P. Hooks--------------.23-SW%-------- 24 ZN 6E 300 ?. A. 'lexander--..-----3272 In SWW of NE% DB
SWW of NW% ...-------22 iN SE3 40 A, J.lMcKinuey ---.-..4.723 W"A of NWW -- a- .252N 61E '80 Huguenot Land & Abs. Co.4.7 WV 99 ... S2N5VacHris: ...9
'SWW -of SWW Ex 3 A 22IN 5,1 37 Preston R~olks~ ..----.:7.13 E% of W% of -NWWV of T n NEW 'of SE% DB~
$EW' o.SW ----.------22 1N SE 40 Hrs. Isaack ma 4.27, 0 ERaWifN %of :!O 32 49-----.----.. 3 21 S Va Wlrls 4 .7.9
SWW of SE% ...... /. 22 1N 5E44 S. D. 'Clarke. L... 4.72 NE .. C.325-2---E-30 Ola-Standiley --y--ia--Wel5.34In-NE--of-SE% D
NEW of NWW . 27T1N 5E 40 Perry. Rd~bin .----------1,75 E% of NE% .of NWW, W1W'" YY.302---------- 302N E .A Rie .,- 2722N
SWW of NWW--------.-28 1N SE 40) S. P. Hooks ----------.10.07 -of Wi% of NWW of NEW 25 ZN 6E 30 Ruth MareButler -------.5.04 In NWW of .SWV PB.
N'W% of NEW, SWW of S% of SWW-----------.28 2N 6E 80 Frank Jonfes -------- --5.03SS 49 ----' .>. 30 2b $2' Mbie Mamtie 'Cook ..- ,O
NE ,... .. _, 81N5E8 S oos--- --...8588 of SW%, E% of NEW. '- In NW% of SWWDB
NEW- of.NE-,--NE--o2 iNat8 .Hos---.3o SWW------------29 2N 6$ 100 ,Mrs. J. E.Lewis ..---.---6.14 II 381---.---------..302N $2 RobceaMaynard ...
SE% NW% ofNW%, 9 In S of NE% of SEW -130 ZN 6E 10 Irwin Walker------- .53I NW of SW DID) 1145 30f 2N 5E AsL totear 84'---A nNEW of SW, 11 '-NE fNE -- 12 6E 409 Mrs. J..E. Lewis --ax-Col..c3.6,
A in .NEW of NWW 2& iN- SE 140 Chas. McKinney ------29.14 In N Pt of NEW of NWW 32 2N 61E 10 -Mrs. J. E. Lewis ---- 2.311. TAt haxCleor
NW% of SWW __.2&1N 5E 40 Chas. IMc'Iinney-------10.07 RM4 of E% --.-.---.F1R 21 3N 6E -61% M. E.'Gr~oover '-. 10.65 Jeff'ei'oh!0 county, Florida.
NEW of NEW-------291N5E 40 Chas. McKiatiey ..;_10.07 SWW of NW% 'of- NEW 293SN 'E 10 IM. B Groower------204 -'>-"---NWW of NE-W .. 32 1N SE '40 S. P.'Hooks' 'as..,4.72 In NW Cor of .NWW of I '' ~
'E! of W %----.-------32N 5E 60 .Lottlvenia Slater .. 24.94 'NEV4----.---------29 SET 6E 1 .Doris 'Grooyer--.--.--.-8
SEW of SE% E of R, 7, 2N SE S Est. Joe Springer .. ..-. .60 NWW 'of SW4 of SEW
S Pt loti115DB TT78 E -' xi1A __--- __- __-293N 6E ~9 Chester Brown '228
Springdale--------7 2N 5E3 2% H. A. Wright---- 1.34 NE% of NWW of SW% 30 SN 613 10 Est. Mrs. F.'W. Carrollk- 1.81 'SLots -139 & 140-----7 ZN SE '5% A. M:-. 'Scheunemnan ',2..~ 42 In SW% of 'SW''of SWW'30 SN SlE %4 Miles B. 'Groover.6
InNW% of SWW DB W N% of NWW%- 4 1S 61E 80 Louis'B. Birdjwell- 3.04
511----------8 ZN SE -2 J1. W. 'Barrett, Jr. .92 In NEW of -NW% W3
SEW of NWW------- ZN 5E 40 John Wade et al 2----7.54 -WW 529 5. 1S 6E 3 Joe' T.' Bishop '.~.97 *
SW% ofSW Ex'5 A 'In SW Cor of NWW of'
&-----Rd -------8 2N 5E '34 Est. Joe' S'pringer _h.. 1.55 NW---------18' 1S GE v2 Roxy Walker------.97
Block' 1 1Kidders Sub No 5 8 2N 5E 'S A. J. Brooker------1.43 SWW of NWV-----19 1S 6E 40 Weaver 'Lo'tiridge Lbr. -Co. 2.35
Lots 49 & 64 Dreblows 'SEW of SWW, W of' -'
-Sub----------12 ZN 5E 10 Catherine Englia -----2.45 SWW---------3 2N 7E 120 Orlando Dis'count Co. 6.48 u
Lots 101, 100--- 13-i ZN 5E 10 GCeo. W. Drelblow--__--.42 Sx, of NEW. NEW of SEW 4 2N 7E 120 Orlando 'Discount Co. .18
-' Lots 123, 135, 136- .13 2N SE 15' Florence A, Tait--___-6.16 NWW -of NEW--__--_-4 2N 7E 40' Orlando Discount 'Co. 6.18
Lot 93---_ ---_---13 2N 5E 5 S~dney G. Williams- 1.43 NEW, SWW of SEW 8 2N 7E 200 Orlando Discount Co 10.01
W% of SEW of SWW~ 1.5 2N 5E 241 HRuby B. Bassett--_-_ -4.00 E of SEW/-- _--_--8 2N 713 3-0 Orlando Discount Co\ 11.92
Blk 9 idders Sub No 4. 16 EN 5SE 5' A, C. & B. B. Wellman --1.43 E Ex 20 A--_---__ -9 2N 7E 300 Orlando Discount 'Co. --43.47 '
Ex Wd o17WZNDBSX 788 Mdg .Milr---- W% & 20 A in E3%---- 2N 7E 340 Orlando Discount Co. ~16.70
Ex R 172N E 78 Made B Miler .79W Ex NWW of NW% 10 2N 7E 280 Orlando 'Discount 'Co. --13.82
In E of SEW DB XX 78 NWW of SEW,, NW%
Ex Rd--------18 ZN 5E 6 Madge B3. Miller ---1.98 of NW ------- O1 2N 713 80 'Orlando Discount Co. --12.22
W'Pt lots 5 & 10 Spring- S% of SWW------16 2N 713 80 Daisy & IMiles Groover 11.92
dale---- -- 18 2N SE 4% L. B. Broadlbridge----2.72 NWW of NEW-----1:7 2N 7E 40 Orlando Discount 'Co. 2.35
Lots 15, 16, 17, 19, Spring- NEW of NWW-----19 2N 7E 40 F. A. Alexander-----2.99
dale---------18 ZN 5E 18 Unknown------------5.67 SW & of -SW%-----19 ZN 713 40 ~Peter Mickens------.18.- Pepsi-Cola Copany,7 Lent island City, pl. Y..
Lot 20 Springd-ale----18 ZN SE S Edith Rope------2.42 SEW4 of NW% -----20 2N 713 40 S. J. Brown-------6.18 FrnhsdBtlr
Lots 2-8,,29, 36, 38 Spring- 4 A in S Pt of SWWIIOaS~aBU~
dale--_-_-_-_-_-_ -18 2N SE 20 Unknown----- ----6.96 of NWW-------20 2N 7E 4 Est. Peter Seay-----1.22
S% lots 31 & 32 Spring- E 1 1-3 of E% of NE W
dale----- ----18 2N 5E 4% -W. Carter ....---2.13 of SWW -... 20 2N 713 6 2-3 Est. S. 'T. Sinclair- 1.54 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF PERRYW