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The Monticello news

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Title:
The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Monticello, FL
Publisher:
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
v.58 no.44 May 21, 1943

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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30.54543 x -83.870842

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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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Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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EL THE MONTICELLO NE SE CLAY
The Great Middle nSECTION OF
Gateway to Florida E N E WS, FLORIDA
THE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORIDA'S IDEAL FARMING AND DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 58, No. 43 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY,) 21, 194 FIVE CENTS A COPY
DR. DOAK CAMPBELL ALEUTIAN SNDS APPLICATION MAY RED CROSS SENIOR CLASS
TO GIVE GRADUATION NBE .MADE NOW FOR Th PRESENTS CLASS
ADDRESS,, FRIDAY 'PRESSURE CQKERS Scruggs, ofte Cliapter, re NIGHT, TUESDAY
SEMI( I4..+ us e ocl hte e
'twety-ne ad eghtbe sSEMCHIBULDIR Appl'cations for' purchiasu certifi- ports' that from Mlay 1 to 15 that Featurihg fnai.fioiywl
will end their high school careers A cate for family size pressure cook- eportso eleve s aes were made; be a class night program given b
hFrid y night, May 28 t 8:30, SKare now avalab in the office n telegrams he Seniors on Tueay, a 25 at
of the CountydHoeSD emonstra lo when Dr. Doak S. Campbell, presi- o the County Home Demonstration delivery reporhdan four service 8:30 p. mi in. the elementary audident of Florida State College for A @ e Agent. en's' famies aided.
Women, will gve the graduation MILES US.BASES Note Applican s: Sice the r g is n
address. Dr. C ampbell will be in- 100 AP BASESAK limited production of pressure cook- growth. of the activities o the Sentroduced by W. J. Bullock, county ers nust be utilized to obtain. the ior Class this year and in pa- t
superintendent, and the diplomas greatest possible aniounf of home years. "The thene will center
will be presented by T. T. Turnrbull, ea rudning, preference vill ie given around the weaknesses and strong
ha to applications on behalf f several points of individual seniors as they
c-irilin of the board of trustees. ...* amies shenheios as they
....... m i...d.
Candidates for diplomas are: George ... .he ridicule the faults, and praise the
Anderson, Hill Bowen, J. A. Brad- .A cooker. enti
Shaw, Billy Bullock, Jimmy Cooper, Skit Was written by several memS.m .. ..++b +<+++....
William Leon Rabn, Wilbur Reed, ers of the class inder the direcalontez Bramlett, bdisk BOY S U CAMP tion of the sponsor, irs. Katherine
Lpuzetta Brooks, Betty Brown, Lil- amchatOPENS JUNE 20 Mays of course there ill be the
lian Brown, Muriel; Clayton, Etta N ATTU'900 MILS D -E JUlEoa0
Du traditional 'readng 'o the class fi
Daniels, Josephine Edwards, Sybil Kuriles Kiska. n Caimp Orchard Pond, operntedt 1by ton, class will, ahi cy
olden, 1Marnita latchett, Jean SKk Andrealsoffs. ui Swannee Rive' Counil, Bpyrohe school banA i 1 ay fe
VI~ynard, Marjory Mclellah, 'Grace' ALEUTIAS cots of Amreri, will open for its
Milr 'IeeMoore, Carolyn Pat- KOREA JAP.AN $0slcedniles eoeth uti
iler, Irene M Aregular summer season oin Jute 20 rises.
erson, Juanita Rabon, Gladys ... od 'ca anl will operate for four oie-week L eub i cordially it
ReamhsKaty Lou Slocum~b, Phy Tok .eriods,;closing Ju11 .P see the seniors at; their. 'Last
Thompson, Boots Utley, Annie Lou William F. Jacobs, Council chair- Flinig." No admissioI is charged.
Willis. ''an 'of the camping aid activitie The Baccalaureate services 'will jyg y committee, indicated special enie Sunday morning, Maphsis this summer will be placqd ALLIES BLeST
"Minl 23,ato
1:30. Rev. B. A. Roth will preach Telephoto.-Upper map shows location of Attu Island in the Aleu- onl physical fitness, rugged outdoor I ES T RNEROPE
th' sermon. "The invocation will be titans where American soldiers are' aging a land offensive agnst camE ST eRnrNe e EU OPtrain-1'
the Jas inreatonsoth
given by *ev. J. Hill Johnson, the t J in relatio to the ain Japbase t Kiska and our nevly-won g a d the development of ihitia- Carrig out a shatteiig pre-inSciripture will be read and prayer Amchitka base, Kiska being in between fo a pincers attack. Lower ie to enable boys to takedare'of vasior offensive against the dentinoffered by Rev. E. N. Philpot and map. indicates how Attu would put U. S. b9Aobers in Strategic position thEiselves. This type pf program ent, Allied air units began their
ev. R. T. Wallace will give the fr missions to Tokyo. will be in ltepig. with Seouting's S OW IMS DONE seventh cone uttre da of nonenediction. Everyone is cordially' slogan f r the year, "Toughen Up, stop attack 1 .Qern y a
invited to attend these services. T TORCES WC E cLEOD Buckle Down, Carry Oil to Vic- New York, N. Y.- SE Robert MC aid Belgium. Rail center and
FIGHT JAPS ON RECEIVES COMMISSIN tory." maddenn of Chicago, Il., 26-year-old water lies along the invasii coast
One added Teature at chmip this guinner oif a flyig- fortress, stationed (wetrtEoewreudrat
ILLI NS ACOCK allace L' 'aleRTeod received his sumer will be a reaeie Vedtory Alaska, Who has 200 hours of tack Boibs felloin Bodeau, LorINS NAVY WINGS American invasion forces have commission as 2nd Lieutenant in ithe Garden which will assure Scouts of combat flying agit ihe Jaijs in iebt and German U boat base at
WVilli R. Hancock, 5, sonof cracked the Japaese defense on Coast Artillery Corps upon success- a good supply of fresh ve etalel te Aleutins. aid Sth' Pacifle Keroman on theFrencli coast.
rs. R. H. HAancock of Aucilla,la. Ati Islad and are fighting fiercely fly complting the officer caldi h ete a eas spend part of his furoug in New R.A.. planes, using air-borne
.e suR. ss Hi Hhe of Ar- A
his,1v "Win of Gold" and for a key mountain pass blowing A ccordig to Scout Executive Joe Yolk Citynvisiting a plant that mines, blasted two giant dams in,
was commissioned a Second Lieut- tnal conquest of the island accord tillry SchooCamp Dia is, N. C., L B4leiger, the caip this sunimr makes the nskihlamb Ilying suits the Ruhr and Weser industrial valenant in the MarinC serve g to reports from the Navy. May 13 will again b directed by Assistant for the rm Ai Corps. Here e eysoSunday. Billion of s Of
enan inth arneCrp Rsrv nonAay13 94
arp':The newly commissioned locall Executivel loyd -A. New who has is being sown by a worker in the water inundated 54 towns and vilhis 'week following completion of'. Bigtaval guis are being uised to officer .wll take up his new duties had iany yeaas' experiePne a plant 'low they niak the' askin- lages and continued to spreadear
er g up aieaswahineot r'dg
atth es crib d 1 ir Training C ours 12u rs h e drive o f tw o A e rie in the Aitiaircraft Artillery afte1 a camp director. New is an expert in lam h jackets tha ,Bob a'd his bud- i s iZ p r ilw ay 'washingjut h rdgPatla Ashort fu loigh.Te coire at the aiuatics 'ha nig served on the staff dies wear up in Alaska and on their es /destroying vital hydro-electric
~Peksacola, FLla. aps. T nacf also dccloe i o at Ni Antiaircraft Aictillery School is one at the Natioual Aquatic Schoolan power stations supplng curr
>Prior to entering the iaval ser- The NAVy also disclosed a bonih of the mo t difficult of the officer the fegionial Aquatic School. Spe- -- -- for foimaries aid drow' ing o
vice,' Lieutenant ancock attended er attack o s 'Wake Telantandan- eaididate tests in tearmy.' No ia instruction will, be given all JEP CAMPh IG war plants. The newest botoheniversity 'of liorida for three 9ther aerial thrust aaist' enem only do candidates have to meet the Scouts int swimming, rowing, can- graphs are said't how the water,
ears. positius in the oldmn Islands. standards of leadership neces- oeing and water front safety. Ches- G A still was spreading in the neighborpaie inSeptember, 1942, hiebegan. Capture, of 'theridge from wch sary to all officers, but they must ter, D. Belnamy of Thomasville will Tie Montieo School sold al-hood nf ndustial Kael ad toprlminary light training at the he Japs were driven makes. t pos- be able to aster and put into pra- agki s rve a director of l wte- mast t Kise t amount of stamps wad the nte oft Ruh vl
Naval Air Station' m New Orleans sible for American troops to carry tice. the complicated technical art front activities and will be assisted an bonds necessary to a mps rher crip 'xs ar machinLa., and successfully completed the out a pincer movement and posses- of Antiiarat'Artillery. Their by a staff of capable' asisstass. r te army. 1y i jeeir er an morale. w '
cg to the "Annapolis bf the Air" sfor f'wihthey are studies and practical work involve The program this season will for t116 impro ed model and the
intermediate training owngtinw enable them to sweep mitinly the means and actions, by consist of life saving, swimming, siLho< old $230 worth.' Althoug'
intoversprehn th' Holtz wifidh swift. flying enemy: arcraf rowing, canoeingg riflery nature every 'roon made a good showing, CHURCH OF CHRIST
Having been' desagted a aal iay and Chichagof defenses. can be shot down or kept from suc- lore, craft work, hiking camping the best record was nade by thle Meets at Woman's Club
go on active d at oneo f till ceOssfjly ^pefor iii inig pi neerin f'rst aid, arcler all f stFred B. W alker, M minister
Neavy'sE< ios.I air1iio opeatina traiceisg ce~ advacem-ent subject and NMiss Lilla Gilbert. The campaign God audienqes are in. evidencee at
Nav's aire erin on'. r B EE HOME mus e abl to put thei guns to train ji & e in the tr Ei t
ba zore Deing assigned o a com- DEMONSTRATION ise in other rtllery purposes such Corps. Qualified instructors wil reced uby Mrs Cureton; in the in he Whinan sClub building ea
CLUB MEETS as anti-tank serve on the camp staff to assist in, junior high by Miss Smith and 11 night at 8:34L Eeaching. is bei
the subjects, .the high school by Miss Weatherly. done by Fred B. iWalker of TallaWear+ a, poppy Oil (Memorial Day. TeBte Hm eo
Wear a poppy on Memorial Day. The Bethel iTe Ilmonration Scputmasters and assistant Scout- recognitinof this achievement, hassee, and the songservice is beClub met riday, 1May 14, with HEALTH FOR VICTORY masters are being encouraged to at- the reasur Department wIll a- in d by4Ray JHarrison.
_______________large attendance. The meeting -pratsur Deartent Te ooing a ris
opened with son. followed by the The fifth of altli for tend cap this sumer with their ward the school a pealcrfate The following sern sjcts
H AO E Lord's Prayer. A report on the tory" lectures spon oe'd y the outs. e will serve as mem- of merit a being announced. Thursday
HpEAL+T Hai ,de NOTE -wasme gkivenr by Mors.h t...........am safad il
I ~~~County Council wagve b-Mrs 'oticello Woman'sL Cubi was given! berst ofte"npsaf~id w ~ -----4 Salvyation ByGace." F'riday
Dr. F. A. Brink, Director Ci R c a s b es work direct with their Scouts. PRSYE it I Identify the Ne
: ~ ~ ~ ~ lf 'Reic.. .. .......vhet, ans, rs.eb, PRESBYTERIAN CHURC
cheese making being the topic. This ecolomist for the Florida Powdr I Bobert T. Wallace Minister Testamient Church?' No service on
WHOLESOME ADVICE was followed y roll call an in and Light company, t h MRS N. C NTERTANS ay 23, 93. Sd p. The Blood of
Tuheo Ste Balrti at iscond ove to fMrs. 'Loeib who explained Thompson gave most interesting in- 'Mr N, S. Curtis 'entertained ast Chuirch School, 10:30 ML, Gurry Christ. Sunday, 8:0 p.' in, "The stnl nteaett icvradcutting and 'ftting of-liatterns. After 'struction on the different methods Satur-da'y zihorning with ta large J. Base tt superintendent. 'Six Baptisnms. ~A special ser'sn ihu s deal with the health needs of- the 'this the~ meeting 'was turned into aj to 'be, used hn home 'canning cjo Coca-iCola party given' in honor -of I. There fill be no mor ning< preach- being 'announced ~for Tusa people. kTraincd men and women 'stork shower for two 'of the nmem- fruits and: vegetales, a subject heri'house ires~, 'Mish Williams of ung -sericc here as we will unite in ntght, "Why, The 'Church of Christ labor faithfully in the laboratories, bers; many nice ifts were receive much discussedrat present. Miami. he. Comencement services at. the Does 19ot 'Use' Instrumnedftof Music offaces and out over the state to pre- ed. The hostesses, Mrs. Powell and Miss Williams left on Monday fo school. '. in W9rship. Several 'questions
health. ad po t S. CU Sic ea ''ENTERTAeINSand .. ...t7. m. .... -th n
servehadpromotethe ui''cisJsper ianiels, served deli- Lt. Robert M. Curtis who has Atlanta. atYoungmPeople'sroups will meet ha 3eei sked at Thi intt
S.LORIDA .HEALTH .NOT s a r rements ad- table setting -wll home here, left on Thursday for -rayer Service, Wediesday, monthly bulletin published by the enextmon deonstration. -h amp Davis N. h. 'r fo r MORGAN ANDERSON 2. foh subjects will be announced
State Board of Health, for lo, these f rom_____._____r__-timne to time..
ma. years. Education is the pu ..RECEIVES DIPLOMA Mrs. Larkin Hundley left on Sun The meeting continues this week
manyseaths. buetin Mans the ur .ansvlq a. af5.Rvr day, to meet Mr. Hundley who land- and next? exery night" except Satar
pose' of this +bulletin. Many of t[he + .. ... .. Gain sill~ Ga., county health units, including our side Military Academy, the' nation's ed by piante nMiddle at ayes a at 8:30.a
own, are guided to~ ~ considerable -largest military prep school, closedserv.ce.n.the.MiddlEastasanawts.a
extent by the policy of the State is tiy h annual C.ommece- ambulance driver with The AmerBoard as set forth in this and other 'entErcises l' d vlian Field Service.
publications. '. .-"graduation of 155 Junio' College, 13y a poppy May 2.
- In the My'issue is outlined the Senior, and P t Graduate" Cdets,
ed by the State- Defense Council, nation's armed forces and 'a num- MARKET REPORT I sKus.
with the cooperation of the -State her of 'whom will report directly to LOCAL STOCK YARD .........
- Board of Health and the +State De- Army Officer Candidate onSchols oon c.' President Foster rcad Lt. Gov.
partment of Education. Riverside's recommentio T Yards had a fair run Richard Simpson's April attendance
The eight points on which every- 'Among those- radiatedd' during of cattle and hogs, Monday, and a report showing Monticello at the
one should take immediate action these final exercises was 'Cadet Mor- godd Sale, everythng selling, about top with 100%. "
are: 1. Have a complete health ex- gan Christopher Anderson, son' of steady 'with last week, No well fed A letter from B in referamination. 2. Have 11efects correct- Mr. J. G. Andderson, of Monticello, cattle here. fence to the construction o an Auxed. 3. Prevent and control corn- Florida, who received the English Best steers & hefers 12 to 15 iiary A Field at Monticelo stated
municable diseases. 4. See that you Diploma. M ediu teers & 'heifers -hp ertoh12
-liv~e in a sanitaryeironment,'Best cow.s------- .. --,--12to 14 that he i-ad pushed the project in '
live in a sanitary environment. Washington and suggested enlisig
5. E t p o el. 6. Exercise ade- M ed. &" Coin. cows------__ -8 8.t 12 Wah in t on anrs gest e d enir sten
noey t t exs erie.dlEPISCOPAL CHURCH -Blls-------s ----o 14telinterest of near-by air base
quately but ntexcessively. 7. In- authorities.ul __=_= .........9to1
form yourself about personal health The Rev. J. Hill Johnson, Rector Best calves-here- --- 10 tolS 15
and hygiene and public health mat- No. 1 hogs ---------------14.45 John Summitt introduced Chief
terms. 8. Maintain mental and emo- CHURCHILL IN WASHINGTON Sunday, May 23. No. 2 hogs --------- ----1 3.95- W. A. RlBdeheaver, Tallahassee,
tional preparedness. Church School-10:30 A. M. No. 3 hogs ---------------13.50 Navy recruiting officer who told of 4
(The full text of the eight point Washington, D. C.-Soundphoto- Winston Churchill, Prime MinTster Morning Prayer, and Sermon- No. 4 hogs ----- 13.45 the need for men -and women in the
program may be seen at the 'ce of Great Britain, has been here in Washington conferring ,with Presi- 11:30 A. M. No. 5 hogs ---------- 13.00 services and followed up with the
f the Jefferson oCounty Health dent Roosevelt, presumably to discuss the opening 'Unit.) This was the fifth meeting between the two leaders. This picture munion-10:00 A. M. No. 1 roughs ---- ---__ 1305 Navy- showing the traditions, cusSshows' Churchill with the President seated in an automobile as they Heavy roughs ------- 1.. 15 tonms, training and work of our
BUY u. s. WAD BONDg arrived at the White Hlouse last we ek* : RHY' UH. R. WJR ROWDS iFeeder pigs- -------...- S tol.00 Navy... '




The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 21, 1943
Bolivian President Warmly Greeted 'Supermen' at Rest 4Trnsfornaton f
Parlor at Little Cos
SHIE unit in the upper sketch
Tis the handiwork of two amateurs; one using hammer and saw,
and the other doing plain sewing.
EORE 10 The size of your radio, your tall
7By VIRGINIA VALE books and short books, as well as
THINGS I NEVER KNEW leased by Western Newspaper Union. the things to bestored behind the
AND STILL DON'T: EVEN years ago the doors wil govern the proportions
(Impersonating a Congrdssman, eh?) S ums sisters broke up SAME
rha thee s a ly a awie their vaudeville act to follow WITH NE
Arkansas which permits a married gi- COV.~ eprepts. oy'- hyr ERN
man to whip his wife once a month s a te pa .- N they' BEDDING
. That manufacturers are ex- back together again, working ..e mCT
perimenting with undergarments MO6EN etro. The eldest Sue, i M
(for milady) made of paper .~ ..o&~ UNI t~faTSH
Whether.you know that plane pro- m d -ENDS
pellers get tired the same as you. m- e t when her, army husband HN uoD
After about 5,000 flight hours they was sent ,far away. The. sec-
get what is called "metal fatigue." ond, Jiniie,ii becam, a Script girl.
(Read Winchell and become 4 Qui7 The youngest shot right to the top *
Kid!) as an actress. She's Judy Garland, S>DIO COUCH WITH SLIE C
nm and h~~~er 104tst picture, 'Preseniting Ls TALE ANo UNE BEDNG
That a recent scientific study dis Lily Mars," gives her a chance to NO STORAGE SPACE COMPARTMENT
Closed that women talk about men,, use all the talents that have made
clothes, social affairs., Men talk I . .. her's poul- of the end units. Make a rough
about business, recreation, women '.- o plnnpaefrswih11dnn
That-critic George Jean Nathan H &. ~-~Iarriet, Hilliard has to stand for Siosidctd fyud ohv
says companionship is a matter of When U. S troops entered thi Tuthe goingsqn of Red Skelton's "Ju- the tools for making grooves the
mutual weaknesses ... Why people nisian valley they found the graves nior dnthe ir s 'Red Skelton and shelves may rest on metalangles
Comasianu ,alyteyfudscrewed to the sides of the unit.
over'here squawk about two- z'et Gen Enrique Penaranda, Bolivia's president (left), is shown upon, his of 120 "supermen" who had lost mpay just let her own e s sefl ui.
less days week (in New York, l on theIan of the White House, He signed a declarationof theirlesin battle tsons try to ct such capers! Thesenangles ar ser fio
anyhow) when Switzrlaid, which is affirmation with the United Nations. Left to right, President Penaranda, The scene of their final resting place strengthening the corners. bdn
.The construction of the bedding
he a dr, als nrleft-h ded Pr e President Roosevelt, Vice President Wallace and acting naval aide to is calm and-peaceful now as Ameri- .Compartment is shown in the Iow
dent (Gar iedone and d es President Roosev'elt, Adm. Willson Brown. can oys walk through the, rows er sketch. The padding is cott6
-- ~~crosses marking Nazi graves.anthae
crse _mrigN __rv j~ ~****"~~batting and the covering is tacked
That Emily, Post, the etiquette au- in place through a lath strip.'
thority, says it is all right for a .PS 'at' 'ou Stove cuNson 1azr Flak' Trains NOT-Complete direction for arlo
woman war worker 'to thumb a types of slipcovers will be found in SEW.
ride to work from a gentleman mo- ING Book 1. To get a copy send name
tourist, if she displays9 her identifi- and address with,15 cents direct to:
cation- tag, if the motorist is driv- .S
ing past the plant and if the conver- AtfRS. RUTH WYETH SPERS
station is impersonal. Hey, Emily! Bedford Hillsrw 1 -New York,
They're not going to a tea partyit's a TNT par ty-. .-(Now, no Enclose 15 cents for Book No. L
copy-catting, Mr. Levant!) Name .....................
Whehe yo'v herdtheon 9Address ............. ................
Whether. you'vee heard the one Adrs
about the Jap warship that inter- .
cepted and destroyed five American
torpedoes -. .That the sky isn't HARRIET HILLIARD IRRITATIONS OF
blue at all. Explorers of the strato- EXTERNAL CAUSE
splere report that it really is deep Nearlytwo years(agohshe dismissed
purple . At Chinese funerals their nurse, and now David, 6%, and cne me ob s (ba eliand
the guests are given kerchiefs to Eric, 2/, are brought up by Mama. niserles with simple home treatment.
we uinto Tha I t a clock which "I think well-raised children are Goes to work at once. Direct action aids
healing, works the antiseptic way. Use
throws its shadow on the ceiling has the most important things in the Black and white Ointment only as lbeen invented for hospital patients, world," says she. reacted, 10c, 25c,5 h size. 25nyearas ucce.
Maoaney-back guarantee. waVftal in
-- clensingis good soap. Enjoy famous
That Whistler, the famed painter, Tommy Dix, who makes his IBlack and White sin soap-daily.
Teht -hitler th famed piter, screen debut-m Metro's "Best Foot
tied his forelock with a white wib- ii eIeu n ers etot -.
Forward," has been signed to a longbon, (tee, hee). . That there are term contract. le's the pd hoLET
range, bcreamcolored, pinknaiua rote the March of Dimes'song for C
yeallow5, bapnlana s ha ndst like .. President Roosevelt's birthday party,
peaches, apples, -pears' and roses ,~2,~-----'~ SLOW YOU UP
That radio short-waves may be When I bowels are sluggish and ou
usedfor cooking food onu'll se the most famous night feel irritable, headachy, do as mlions
Thuseto on oodoicerg s Relaxing under the comfortable heat of a stove, these four miners spots of the past and present to Ido -chew FEEN-A-MINT, the modern
That you can live on ordinary grass,-Coubas 'o
which contains all the vitamins you discuss their No. I topic, the six-day week for miners under, govertn~nt .Columbia's I'Corer Girl," which hewRing-gu m laxative. Simply cbeir
need You cannot hide your supervision of the mines. The six-day week was ordered by Fuel Admin- stars Rita Iayworth, and features cE A- lfor on o to ed,
tristrator Ickes throughout the coal mining industry as work generally was the 15 outstanding magane vr didectio slee wrtho bein di
strong emotions -from your fingers, dirueefec~ ainwiewlou.-- -- te~tinons-lee in acodacwithou beingdis$which get cold when you're faa resumed, after a nation-wide walkout. girls of theconr.FrhGa tubi mrngetlhrug
'a ~ "-a gils f- he-country. For the Gay turbed.. Next morning gentle, thorough
wihet c h y ri- --Nineties scenes, Director Lionel relief, helping you feel swell again. Try,
Trying to halt the extensive knock- Banks has completed models of Ree- ny lapy Additions to Great Britain's Fleet Ilg out of locomotives and rolling tor'9, Tony Pastor' Misic Hail and agsupply
V. Middleton of D~~~~Pa~~xwtT.,-six-out ~~stock, the Nazis have fitted otcr h l aio Sur~Ro a' P E ~ M N
of ten. people do their dreaming in tain trains as "flak trains." Entire den. For present-day sequencesan
technicolor, and gals have more train is turned Into a rolling arsenal. exact replica of--New York's Stork
techniedlor dreams thah fen. (How At top Nazis man light anti-air guns., Club is being built. The cover girls YOU WOMEN W SUFFERFRO
do I screen,\ Toots?) . That if Below: Gunners run to their heavy aie all successful New York models.
you have snapshots or pictures of anti-air cannon.
any scoesii uroeAfrica, Asia- --- Eroe.They're learning their ABC's the
and the Far East, send them to hard way, those 27 Hollywopd youngAshigto gence u ayDeMorOcco Et quette sters, aged from four to seven, who If you sufer from hot flashes, dizzlWae -ton D. Yu may be appear, in "Russia" with Robe- weak nervous, irritable, blue at
abletTTaylor. They he to r times-due to the functional
B B h s o t e ff ec tive o a.aa4a a a' pa--a'aaaa'.*aa -"- phabet, o m e i E nglish, bu t n R us- iddle-age"period in a w om nan's
Gernany-rqchrdingsof Hitler's own it in English yet, that makes things medicine you can buy today that's
speeches toreidhis pople of th ; a bit difficult, especially as there- cal for o
Gpermany-treordis opiler en Gerar ..Mo ppas o Plnkbam's Compound has hlped -extravagant promises he madea- are six more letters in the Russian' thousands upon thousands of woa9' -one than in the English. ento relieve such annoying aymptoms. Follow label directions. PinkThat Sen. Soaper, the wit, de* bamPa Compound Is soortk trying
scribes an American as one who When Gerard Darrow appears for
cheerfully responds to every call-a"~:.- the '.'Quiz Kids" broadcasts there's
from b bonds to g his suspense till the cast learns what
blood-excep to move na livestock he's brought with him.
lo busa Iether e herd a Recently he showed up with a
Bob Hope's swlegaht clck about hamster, sent him by a Philadelphia
Irving Berlin: "Now .that Berlin is fan. A hamster is of the -mouse
it-awhpiin o'family, but lives like a gopher. "I
before army isop it, rin! a u' adGead a long t~
befo the ayw hop in Beinnt loshould have called him Hitler, I
...1.......guess," said Gerard, "as long au
I'hat gloe makers are expeni- he's~ a Euopa en.
cnntn fi t e ne nt p f l y ~ a "- "'a ~ A dream will come true to in a ,
. Tha in Dnire, the havea in it ume concert series. She
- -law -h Th a i t!) er w hh prhaveits has been successful in other fields ''law (Oh, g I or a t) w ih p o iis-a o musca e dse v or u s~ w o t
consent aahn ut- ihu e Gen. Mark Clark, head of U. S.
' cosn, 'Ntos-forces in Morocco, -is -eating with We r.Wood, -radio's sgigstar,
--That at' tan The seit-power of the United,Naiosgets two powerful new additions -his fingers at the great "diffa," or lives oni a Connecticut farm whetelesnneoto enA r-nthenwBiihwavsespcuedt.safrheistimasul- esgin-bterchCdEl ,50hcksaebigrisdBt --cans -o not nw hat the thee- liecgged members of the British-navy. At top-is the super-battleship H.M.S. Ayadi on :the occasion of .a wvolf not .content) with that, he recently
word sogan' on alU. S.war bonds lowe. At bottom is the II.M.S. Indomitable, modern air-power cannry- hunt. General Clark and his staff boughten old distillery in the neigh-lyis. i's ou eicaA dn.Ga tan W uIg giant. enjoyed the diffa immensely. brodo and is converting itkinto a .
fred Funk, the -word' authority, saysa, Plymouth 'ocks. With this promis- '-i.
"frotnh ost- eeu ifu U Boat' Officer Addtresses 1W te ew Sinin 2robeoeoftearo hikn rai.\
a aHow many- of you kio that Chris a-a -- -- AnaoinHop Emerson got a ~
Columbus had- a wife and that her ~ ,lucky break wlhen Jimmy Durante
name was Felipa Moniz de Peres- -gave liher a iicnaizpe the first time
trillo? A- Portugal who wed -him 15 they --appeared together on the pro.-- a years before he married America gram hei does with Garry M1Voore Our soldiers are sure glad to -* -. . That .Montgotmery's Eighth v. a~aThursdays on NBC. He nicknamed got FLIT*- and all our -other
army -includes -Nepalese, ,Poles,-- --- -"' 'a a~a~s~-' her "M1iss Bon shook"--afid the next super-slaying insecticides.
--- --- Greeks, Frenchmen; Arabs, Austra- -- -~ a -- ~ -~ .-a-- "-'day the phorne calls -began posing Thy'r real wepnseo wa on
lians, English and -South African 'a ia- aaa'- -- in, offering her engagements on oth- manrontsec-netd.ate
Dut. was Tht ay exampe oul su-54 ..--~-- er shows. .She says she ve-act-- --ng --was----the- --wa- -- --Duse-- co-ulda- -a blacksmnithi,!but she doesn't look it. foul foreign insects just as FLIT
sctially blush-on cue! va -- ~a~' -- -- -aa- ------ blitzes your household peats here
---- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- '.-ODDS *' AND E'NDS Eddie- "Roches- athoe
' That in a- tiny town called 1Mata-- -- -.:.' ~aa h ter"--Anderson has a businesi interest out. FLThstehgetrti
gorda,- Texas (pop. .about 700), all a a.-34-.: iedof moviesand radio; the company he esablished fr household iusec
mciintesay 1- ndbuins stop fefverydy ------'a'a.a cuffed George Sanders the other day for a of Standards- ..the AA Ratingl
whenteya 11ra for.tevend dayf th aa"aa- scene in "Appointment in Berlin"-and Insist on FLIT... the
whentheyprayfor he ed ofthe hen pent two hours trying toget the double-A killer. Buy a
war . That the mayor of Ash- handcu sf...It'thewardoeomo ttle -today!
land, Ohio, has -. designated eyery w '- 4--hoandcfs ofAnnI' thler droe mania
Thurday(fo th "duatinmg) q ALously in "What's Buzzin' Cousin?"; Ann's.
"Beefiess Day." It is unlawful there wearing precious opera-length nylons . .'to complain, grumble or "beef" on After, the 33 surivors of a German submarine were landed at .an Summer ,dress and work uniforms Robert Sterling's been elected Cadet Ma- ""' 1a I
Thursdays .. . That in Atjstralia Atlantic port they were given a hearty meal. Here the executive officer of the marine corps ,women's re- for 'of his flying class at Thunderbird they are now rationing adjectives, of the sub repeats in German instructions given him by U. S. navy officers serve are modeled here by Lient. Field. Phoenix, Ariz.... ShirleyiBooth ofAdvertising copy there must not use as the crew ate. Tihe sub was sunk by depth charges and gunfire from Kathleen Hogan, left, and Sergt, radio's "Duffy's" will-appear in the movie '
wordage like glamorous, exciting, tecatgadcte Iau.DnaCs.Mrino h hw
exclusive and lovely.s ur ute ora-.-- -- on ae.vrinofteso.




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had been a news correspondent e quor s ss A unruly hair in lac
in Caracas, Venezuela, for two selves most deceitful, and the meth. ALWAYS only 25e. o e everywhere.
months when I determined to see ods by which they are sold to the
the Gran Sabhna, scene of a gold public certainly cannot commend
and diamond rush as colorful as ,themselves to r eople Greater Jupiter
California n '49 and as tough as Intoxicants 'are associated with Jupiter's diameter s 11 times
the Klondike. social preferment, festive occasins, that of the earth.
Germany and Japan need dia- radiant beauty, when they ought to
monds desperately. They are a vi- be connected with the bleary eye,
tal war necessity for a hundred im- the babbling tongue, the ragged chilportant war purposes, including dren and brokenhe rated mothers
drawing wire, cutting, drilling and. What about the men who have lost
or parts ~i precision instruments '.their positions and their characters, that must not wear down. and the women who have paid-with
gpUntil two ero the s Surprise the Fmil WithSandwich Loaatg t their virtue for their love of intoxigot diamonds from Brazil A cants? Whynot picture them in the Arinks/
Venezuela through LATI, the ( e Bl beautiful magazine advertisements?
Italian air line. When LATI was MWine Is a Deceiver, (Prov. 20:1).
suspended, U-boats took up the Meals on a Dise
job., You an bide a million do Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving Wine is persokel here as an
lars worth of diamondsin your We've heard a lot about hot meals ; Menus evil demon who leads men on in the 7486 Gather Your Scrap;
wegleg. fon ?th 2 in a casserole that tae care of the 4 -- p somie ire or advata e, r
*6de7lei Supr1~ an 1 "14 1o 1h11e
I engaged ssage forthe Gran main course of *Tomato Apic Surprise and then ts hun down lo ihe pth
Sabana (the great plain) on; the me al. But how Apricot Pie Beverage of deruc t ks
plane forSanta Elena, its only t- o coo mea *k A TISKET, a tasket, a basket
tlement. -- ful of fresh spring flowers-all
"Y ou are lt-in d if y t g-le a ttr a ctiv e cites him to foolishness, and w ild r e d in Io the agent to1d me. "You will reach plattem that are Tulip Sandwich Loaf. b6t nes, ea o e s and dresser scarfs. Flower RHE MA
mos oof are lucky mal be~ sesiye que and orderlyx R'oeHEUMIYATISM
it efore dusk. It you went by> land (.~ ~ tOf h'tnSere 12 to 15 galad n pri littl nosegaysTS-UBPG
at least, made up 4He who thought he was wise in teNEURIT LUMBAGO
ould ~ke~~ks ~e ata~e ahead of tim ? This is one of the a c h ige d m ,e et ay e in d mtifs.
th very,- nice thins aboutsummer~ 'swee p ckle i ~- a~ n ~ st~ e
meu poltnn sdgfor foodsa ledte-he'elzsthth sa oli h
of the most desperate jungles in the Mayonnaise Pattern 7486 contains a transfer pattern
woldad ya aitseis herselves to this kind of serving*. 3 packages cream cheese hands of a malicious deceiver* of 14 motifs rangig from: 9% by 3% to
world and by a vast series of 'hee : 1e '~a~ l ~ A ~ )~ra sht~s~
cliffsrushi strmsandwater Recently I saw a very, attractive, II. Wine Is a Depraver (Prof. 23: 5% by 3% inches; stitches.*
cliffs, rushing streams and water- ieety~swevr trctv C~
falls. Until fie year ago it awas platter that was cool, complete and 1 small jar pimento 29-35).
oal s. U nti oiv te r g o it a co orful- tha a nyo n e of o u oud 1 I s e an w c br aD eh r i a ,aw d n t d L r e o et l...* m si so
Vnwn p gicipallyn through Cona cLao conlae bieha, cheese andch e to w h I
dail ar-fight servite to the newly green glass sad plate was banked, pickles and add t i. ndt iswn and other'- ~A
ant Elena, naear by tiy nfige .r sa idih I l uusandwichsea en ug m o l u w as, denraed or co
h e oit horeradish n e to m te rup t d hi m u be r o h s
Dr. Lti loopila Othe -tppg rechl iftrc
er e asiteiscttlr. auc filed eggs i sm amd Rm appearing 6t t CROTC y s a
cas fteidtesuehnt e ss amad rteceeeromyutiewl-dsrbehhecndto witht ohe Forgef4 Rakt WNT C
FlyOv8 Aungled potato esa dhai a tspr g 11a afo loa ut o 9 1. quo Destoys (v.9 30 wh sta og go cfuet SN P Y A T
We n ew ove r the nete and to and a -dish of sherbet ce cream bre Thi istrue meaorally, mentally, c wheks, fis by having your mial oT a
de serffsce -the sesl gread sata o lTaeows s aant yically an a oi e. r AnA s Usr bno oT h RUBBE
disappointed. Santa Elena is 10 in rosy aspic. The fillings, ham i so en and otto sorrow deui of enoua -and hard way. Sefie ona: SecreServic
palm-thiatched huts nade~ of mud, and cheese, classicaflavor combat Sprc ad sid 'oo and- ohAide sressw sTe ofmnal and socrital Be fteml at ho r havhsome mem
which 500 persons eist- tions, 'won't cut 'nto your points of rsice generously with butter osut ionh or an sa beero efi
Ihad a letter introduction to Iheavily, nor will the tomato juices mararine. u sndihfi 2 Lho w. goen e hecks are due to be
diamond dealer, but he was asayl Tmato Aspic rprs side loaf a tuop wth s on but- 2. cLior Delude (vy. 31e3) d red. Amimeana
adso I tto stay with Ir. Pena o pa' (Serves 6) ter side down Soften acreamn cheese Its cor, its sparkle andeftoer- foofe sinl carirs tivesn tien ou.v N yp toAPP F dCTi
Fion Ovea try ungle. v crss 9ml-rotLO fe h~
fits the wacko thisre- 1 smallloat wvthite breA with a -almonof crem untivescenceits sothcpen ce- follw mi cierss, faongb ther nb og
o t the ovrs thato jnlad e Ham Saa it ifp consit ency. Coe allm endite the apo fa god rous fer th carriers deposit aountofss fAyubberfe
thiseisense alhial wealth ill 15-ouce lass Old Engish cheese loaf with r cheese Cut pmallns and lieasre. uandyw tes: u olf the ktrbos, tars rdi
- hae n par t of id i Ven xpday, Dr. 23% cups om to juic e tlips nd la es fom -i ento and te r n kr rec ie The ader t ves stal hecs fr mBth
Peagnoes~ the gold imder hil 2 tablespoons sonion juice thegreen pepper andg derat sidesof -pe h boxes. Som etimes tea orger aso ff
ineig-oor mfloort a nd arihdiamon' 1 talk celery tloaf Ch for 1e hoor n w Hw totals mothy b fr electricity a 3 d
nj ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 loqo f sothrei aboro ar sy Scod
depositntdon his ranth E 3 tablespoons gelatin Th reay to se cut in 1-inch slices.n 3ides i e ralie (v or gas, so that when he ass a home, No h som .
Early next mornaugacomnpanid % Cup cold water Cottage cheese' is unrationed, a A istrandma woen" coic mftekee toari shp hi frged walkent has a mcars
bythree tog hersomseaistatd taspowont salt goo s ce of qua lty protun and oo istyss. "Tr cokal tn ashrhtual hesr of thntes adil ha nh whe
along the twisty, tree-coed muid- % teaspoon peper calcium You'lr into theicture vyquickly. Tey -the bsto make hm bfeee the g nunhudesema
y haout et te of inroducti n to a h aiy o ilt et m t uc mrarernee. Pu sadwc fil i i n d Neithern Souh AA,1,e
dy ~ ~ ~~ 'Tmt rotAodeiie.We aece spi Supie sds slat-f meal io i witslf an h rne onAdta rn ogri h sn enite tot theatralnrabcar snoreasion ofthe
etched the diggiist I found that Remove t fr loaf6fr e To e sets thcm f fprm the lim itao rns ce in othperon etoite totes drve rosege at
tediamond mines are a coll nation Cut -whole- loaf nt ti e akh (l~iSes/to6 of decncy anfd good sne nd'h other wmi oridsnif he m .u ~ d ot ..ithe ar
holes out p whit bTenadrg wai e lices. S ne slice wim t 6 result is beyond description sel mail t ien ongheirk conil proTd au ra te
dit toa sluices in te streams The amr salad, coer with second su cootge ceodese a.eThose vfho d d liquor, or tem seuad o get ytisoe ceck s. r
iving accomamodations ar 2ruely spread wih cheese spread. Cover 1tn tables n m e poize with this pre ntn may as mas soon as it is delivered, it cannot forse1lacernsu.
thatched, wall-las shelters, i wiwith third slice o bread nd wrap 1 tablespoon mi nr d c gee pepper we l econize that they are enofur- be stolen. hamnmocks hung s close the men in aup wxpaper. ji c up bro lene w t kien aging the moral destrucion of our Reme mber-foigers aren't parare warmed by the heat of oner ais Cook tosatio juice, onior juice ad Salt to boys and kirls. It s aterrifyg ticular, but YOUmust bel was
dther's bodies. celery for 5- minutes Remove ce Washand ree sm en fom responsibility a. a f
Only Pace in Wor a Iti nd. ery and add gelatin which Mas bee a to tatse r t out in f scene 4. Liquor DullsVran's Se(ses and 16,0 Si on Iven nion
aThe Gran aana fields are the o utened in cold water Stirun c toi -atos.' Cut 'ths fine A and hDaes Mha Mind(vi3 o s4, tr. Only Sue s
ny place in thoe ords,. dr sta dissolved oSeason iithsalt-and p o b g4ies, oizibine a fool lie down tp in the he ink iofTthRoberts Tormonds are found in pure junge. Be per. Pour' a -icih ~layer into- fill atoesd Sev chilled, midst of therisea, or on top of the pedoain l88 wokrs fhowed l the
fore a miner begins digging hW must buttered loaf ,pan which isa lihtil gatnish & with sala ens -anid mnast pt ship, or in the- gutter,.or a~stest patent litigation nAineaell the huge trees andehack away Ylarger than theplof of iubread. Yhill whole lal t rzie etre t purt agailt a ltabp plost Thmt's 'what icv thisto ry ss dolrier's mewore
the brush with his niacete The tntifirm. Placeprepard and- freicidr gg o il ad drinkdoesforamana tor d soe finy, of ay e a
-miners work tin pairs ,tlreesor wich loatf-ithis layerof aspic a veg is perceptions become so dull e as the Units Sttles umt
Afours, dirggig down: $"to3 feet our te cmainizig cooled and sonme- : ima heans, a ri1 sow of jro- that he ceh b~ beaten, andf he does couftihfU880, this device 1for shootuntil they reach the di ear hat kened- aspicaroundt and tein aire combme wit r ich- not now he Fs been hurt. Eca ig oIt wl 'a *
g gravel, and thernsluicig t oue the top. Chill oakin-itilthie, eras-En4.vitairiits eeables posed -to frelement weather he wellso aso thdl inr t r s pails, p mic isr Unudon platter, 'o g you a pefed uneol 'know% Tomttoeesough to sIekh shwotr suits ud. nsP were 0led
If a mner putis in a full day i ois wth actress and slice per ma dish sa is money is lost or given awa all those brought to a deeiion g t a g o
r he can uuwre t lo nte e laa an Slenpe Sgh- 4th t6concer on his part. t ingaonfbyhtheinventors
ohre oe usually erage p Y cn l sdoes. Spr. one evec (Seres 6) And when he sobero supe-what nd wnb the inen ep%
w eeo Aouier siltl stones on your ration p'omitsh If youo best a eoups Iima beans, cooked wh thenH fa ndtiesire, so dfazed that ce
be. Aot $30 dpenin on mi.t beau or sont is .coming home 'from -'2 'tahl poons chopped pqisIe he can think of only one thing to do,
or for lif rat deenin rune xts~ack-'
quality. A two-carat stone is capr there's no need to worry about I bud garlic, chopped anid that in to seek more, wine. What
wotchd aoutess 10. eigs, swt etching those ration poin ut -of 1 arge oon sliced thin is it that Scriptue says about the
woa tni irth about $1,0 it place whenfyort~-erve -this loat serv- d4up salad oil dog and the fool? (See Prov 61)
Stayed at the mie thre days, 12 to 15 pet le: a. 1 tablespot vinegar -- III. Wine I a Detover (191at.
haymgopcs hag sle te Yok 1 teaspoon sIt 24:451). a
ig pclb thak leaakgin basew YorkyH'- a od ppper TWe have already touched on that
meant. Cigarettes wee a pack- t o one Slict green onionspomt in is ersonalnaplicao, but
ge, eggs .8 a dozen, hiqkens A Heart of Gold Tat a dan- ix with a for, th limb beans, -now we see it in' its bearing on his
Oech.Plle $1 Wau ofs high. dy description of the e which is p atsle garliC ond 'onion. Add sal- ocicpatior and' standing in the com- -0___Th -o rapran abaafiels aie hg sotnd to c l p ates ~ iStiasro unti foi trmallys -u thi iead mDazty Ma'- id(v 45.Ol
.orices. Everything omes ri Tu- dsovd. apsn atsat Ias po p -ada ie rop The contrast is between thle' good
mr:o to Santa Eleng er ae. you l f2'er st a, o ar an-ph-l rvat so ec iea, t on, o
~~~o~~ cetbuptt ~.tr-pasn eres loaf~n pad wh1c isug'elittle tod in 1866 was followed byito theo ere
rough sev er ney mkn Cut hath cooked egd mast o ohis mras en is present or abhans it" mut,'be 1 .ridzburoback havs, mahto i esna- a ey)e and the v se Watwho 'R. .SYoS- ~
When I first heard about these n No w s t ita ts pist Thh wft
the~~~~~~- Notice witht his macete The~h uni fim -lc prpae sandefrnchdgs soaoksaad ilnndorinwdoslfr aman
S ndr whites. Garnish with prika n 6 es u ed oast cruty to his fellow servants is top t C
ers iate. ey do't, Theyh starv aprig of arsley wit th t aoo ur ssy i appetite '"to drink with a. a < splmet.nutrteelmen s youlk
hea for Cindad Bolivr o' mashed yolks is a 'good -filling if -1 teaspoon salt Cre" imaa m tunit-.a -ls ttha yoa prgeiou ilk serply. outnee
C a r a c a s b l e t h w o r k a n o l c c n i s i n s O r i x he a~ u s c o d g r e a mt h oIeesM e n
ExetDr ea evr onegof oa variety and serve around. slcs nh utter toast ut If you, doubt-. it, read your daily
the men and women who endure 'Yolks deluxe iclude mixing tered baking dish. Melt butter- over tnsar.Wytilwth n-the hardships of tea Gran Sabana 'with 1 cup cooked peas,ipureed, low flame, blend in, flour, then add tig which keeps such evil comicrazed with the uist of riches.' 2 slices bacon, hpe and fried tomatoes gradually, stirring con pany? You may find yourself mixed Thirty 'years ago, at 18, Dr. Pena crisp, 1 tablepons cra,1 satyutltiknd-oroe up with them' beyond your -ability to .aa,
latexIh jdungleh driftede awa spo ju i, ar % teasson on.. sandwich a do bakee-for -15 to 20 h ~fal result 'is the loss of his CO RN a
from civilization; adventure and life nmento, teaspoon salt and psto n fhslf.Wowl
for life's sake became more impor- enough1 mayonnaise to -moisten. A4re youp having difficulties planning deny that this aptly -states the end FLAK E
tant to him than money. He worked If you have a dab of leftve meals ith points? Stretching your meats? of the drunkard's way, But 'somehswysomehow to the Gran Sa- ham, mince it fine and add ovit Lrie Chaer, ecasng gie you help if you one says: 'I do not intend to be a ~~.
ban mA tibea of frenl ilndians enough mayorunaise toemoisten to drse evee for yor-fpyi are of r d That is the wa ethe dru stre to LEs RAINa
his homedo hi ll. Thee him bul wegys Soutdfnadrfil her at'eslainewser Uhicao, 210nis and started. Why begin to travel TRTV VALUES andiamia
~get fast when he marrie an Tu--' .outh elescivestrnee n ne to that road? -' va
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SSCA liners of Jetersoncounty, For March 1943----------- $97.10 3Q6 Mrs. Audrey Norman ------4.00 LOST about six weeks ago from
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Telephone --- ---------- 138-R Warrants Drawn on General Rev. 5,o 93-% 5-21-2tp
OFFCE F UBLCATON An unconirm~xed report broadcast enute Fun~d 252 The Texas Co.x, fuel --- 1611.711 in Hou Dhem. office -3 I -~-t
Ne OFFIl iF PU O tree by Radio Mloroo, supposedly quot- 5766 to 58 n clus e paid 253 Pope's Garage, repairs ---40.35 AMarch 1943 --------- 2500 WANTED-Wonian office worker
News: Building:: : Dogwo Stee 5765on to51 nlsvpi
ig information received in Swit- to paup 1254 City Garage, supplies 1.85 313 Collector of Internal Reveneue for permanent position in our of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES zerlhiid from Italy, s ys King Victor 5813 Mrs. W. eeed,e 255 C. 1. Davis, repairs- 2.00 Victord Tax -----ties are clasOi
Sx Months (shown in Photo) of"Italy salary,' 256 1) H. 1Mavs Hdw Co., 3-4 R CLr F n a0tI
One Year --------------.-$200 EnnelsonnEht fIay -slry March 0943 4---16.66 age, experience,' education,: etc., to
Six Months ----.-.-.1---- 1.00 has abdibated in favo of Crowi 5814 Clyde H. Sauls, 31.10 supplies -----..-.-- 3.85 Total Agrieut4ue W. B. Roddenbery Co.. Cairo, Ga 1t
Three Months ----------- .75 991 UnIer 5815 D. A Finlayo, 257 Southeastern Tele. Co., Fund -------- $540.52
Prc U i 5815 D A. phone rent;
rent Mich 1943 .- 10.00 po-r-------- Motion made and carri d that L S with PStaTteL Cr258 S. P. Fulford, fish -- --- 3.4 n tificte. See Mrs. Arch Lacy, Box
5816259 L Rainey, supplies Frank Davis be placed Pauper 7 Grdn'ville, Fla. 2tp
OTHER REASONS P March 1943 -...1.- 40.00 250 F. & M. Bank, paid il 36 List .at $3.00 per month.
5817 John H. Shunando. 40.00 21 Burinan Tractor Equip. Co Motion made and carried to plce
261,~~or mureage out)-OJqui Co
S8 Fred :Stoldey, do. 40.00 .29Willie Young o Pauper List at V2.00 Phone 92-W P.O. Box 106
Charges before senate comitteenan i 0 262 Collector of Internal Reveiue per moth.
neat then en datily- press 54>' E.Sfrgtpdr --- 0.0Aonmd cridta
that eigty-three winte-resident cities Florida es e Victory Tax -----------730 Motionmde and rried that C. E BURNS
artad e~es ominan ih
fothatette ireasfintgd 521 T. G. Bishop, oeTt Iealth 20 Fla. Power & ht Co., the Bord ae to intain eight o
from the tatedbec use of intangible t ies pr y are pure faosk l foi- E TRL
political buiconb nurtured a rit, Mach: 19e o -.- 43.75 m light5sof 1oad r Wakulli Count ELECTROLUX
"local" politicians nl vid b w4te o et coast .ee Ai Pro. 264 City Water Dept., waer 2.99 in Wakullli County fromthe Jeffe*- Sales & Servi-e
ose to 265 Jefferson SaleCo., .son County Line to New Port, Flo. C.ei.ner --Air I'urfiers
disclosed 1,y th tax drive that has d ht mde t 582 William1 e supplies -- 25.95 ida, at times Whe Countyoad Coinplete Stock Parts
000pasdue-tto eno 1 ioa 3 lr7y.00 200 J. B. Brinsof14 M.0 ),Machine is working said Jefferson
taxes at a cost around 10 per centpafor the 5 4c i J A of. vice aro r
prof "c 2.00 1 In Monranetl Pneriodically" :;:
ad s aollectio costs salary, Mrch ;1943 1501267 Amoco. Service ,Station Conditon that Wakulla County pay
5825 Hejry Lum 1. Repairs t---be- b51.5 to said Board at the rate if i$350 509 N. Cralwforo Street
Who did the dl-be tey chatwoman' lawr or dctor- 5826 F Bak, paid s 2.00 Re8airs -2 per mile for first trip and $3.00 per Thonasville Geoira
no place in the discusioa. The jol had to be doie baus E8 W Davik care f 268 B. W. Johnson 8 So'm, ile for second trip and $.6'0 per
Jurlg13-94 we hfr tax astsessors go "allih fedal a ik rch 14 --- 4.(00 drugs ------------ 5.03 taile for each trip thereafte
- cok M a6. J. L. Anderson, Mdse. -- 5t 0 after.
nforination" as Assessor Newt Lumms t -the s s 5Uon petition and affidavit of C.
dio 2t8 Mrso J. M. Hen a 270 F. A. Johnston, groceries 20.05
dlid not pnt $10,000,00 worth of this property eon the asessment Pidi e 50 20F ;Jhsogoeis2 ; Asth Bor ded te
308. S.ground, achs. 193-.0 th Boar border [lie
roil and otre Lee'e it n t w s. 01eh 271 Horner's4 Garage, reiapa3eiAoardrsranetshe
orv, ut," Put it sBiusop Ofl ip. C 2 esClerk of the Circuit Coirt to issue AVE TOK AUCTION S E
: o ntne h there any bogtnALthe taesn dueir eficeny Suple ---------- 8z. S rnfdn
there and brioughtin t5 272 onticelio St8ock48 5 duplicate Tax Sale Certificates as 4BlING, YOUR HOGS
The Compirole 's investigatorss put it there i adding to St a o i S supplies -- Ya -610 9 provided by Chapter 14572 Acts of AND CATTLE TO
the identical "feder aidformat ion' a iberl altment of ebow Bd Ir ea 1.84 Total Road & Bridg _the Leislature of Florida of the
onsjdei~~li ye"e 8 oa oa 3'dear 1929 Cetificates No 17.13
grease," considerable travel brains a id perhaps1ots idni h 8t- 31 J. L. ABderson, paint --- 2t.95 F d -- 1,725.53 y 9 ef
dil"-- to mention the desire to aof gdWjob 'nd be fairto 583^2 .. E.,Stoppelbeii, tr. bearifig date of September 4th, 1933 MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
wol umdcn eio bearing h'sbe~ c~fnig 33 ,onda oke feand 60
all taxpayers alike, which probab wasthe mai'order given series deled --0 Warrants Drawn on others'-Fund and No. 493 bearing date of Septem- Auction every Monda'y,,and get
them by Uncle Jim ee. Phese facts clearly eliminate any reason 5833 City 3 Water De., rate 6.0 2&5 Mrs. Susie Whittle -$800 ber 4, 1933, upon the said C. P. highest market prices. Sale
for discussing "tho and should elirma t o y bit agai st the 5834 R. Taylor, Cos. 274.02 6 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrc 30 Mays giving a bond for the amount starts 2 p xi. Monticello Stock
governor and "the controller as to gross cost becais thky 5835 Fla. 28 Mrs. Esther iigthic 2.00 of Fifty ($50.00) Dollars, said bond Yards, J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
8 &287 aeirs. Hattie Kinsey ----- 2.00 to be approed by the 'Clerkof the
certainly had no right to belie and no reasonable basic to expect lights .. - -- .9.20 288 Mrs. Ieila Jones 5 t e r yh r h
that the lower east oast assesors bad s gro sl failed to get Clyde H. Sals din 1.50 289 Mrs. rudi Wiliford Circuit Court.
esult front "all the federal information." A gently 'the two 87 Clyde Sauls Ge Ct. 29 r Car Wt 4.0 The b fth b
tax assessors can't- or didun' it o <-hsk i f ok effect- 290 M rs oare Faer --n 4.0 he re rrdo g n o furt er b sinessC T H L CH UH
.3 ors rie dihant o-do tlis kind of wok ek acht, ------ 42.3) 291 Mrs. Flore Freeman 00 the Board then adjoned.
Sa292 Mrs. C. E. Walker-------4.00 Approved: C. J. REAMS,
Asto t harge tatiia r ar ryg t dodg 39 A. S. nCt W 293 Mrs. Leia Jones -------- 00 Attest: Chairman Mass next Sunday in the Catho ic
' rla ling 'i a one wil ol te z March 943 enn---ms o 7.40 294 Mrs.nMinie L. Brison 3.00 CLYDE H. SAULS, Clerk Church will be at 11 o'clock.
(112 txwhl e ie hm Gto3 ill*1s exeption oth 580 A. S.___ Grant,_______Aft._____Co.___________first $5,000 value of their homes h th first -500) value ofteir nieetings for quarter --- 18.75
personal property-sci charges ar juis plai: ridiculous. 5841A S. Grant, jury services 45.38 ..........
- These men and wyomiie--man of them anong thi "slt o 5842 A. S.:Grant,;trp p to State
the earth"-have come to Florida to ejoty our- Hospatit aur ------.s ..-- 40.00
wonderful roads, our free schools with fre textbooks (if they 3 Clyde H. Sauls, Gen. Ct.
I -F.
have small children or ,randichildreh?, oui fine goveintiant, one Wk. Mach:1943 --------- 35.00 I
of the lowest tax structures to be founik in any civilized' land 5844L. R8 Iaie supplies .- 7.80n under the sun; and beiig muken and women 'ho have: el accus 5845 Suthveastern Tele. Go, tomed to paying or what they want and wha they get, wp ont phbne iet --.-------- 40.20
believe they are trying to "dodge" the lowest intangible tax rate 5846 The 14. &W. B. 1)eid., XX*
levy in ith country. supplies ---------.-.-.--- 6.20 *
- Yet some of these folks have left. If the :ave a trusted 584 T. B. rd, insanity case 2.00 .
friend "back north" to whom they desire to entrist the Adminis- 5848 J. B. Emaso 1, M I., 'do. 10.00
tration of any estate they niay leave lo0edaones, they have grot to 5849 C. J. Gkf; M. D., do -.---.- 0.00 .* ,"X
"move" back north because our trust laws don't eri tem ot 5850 Charles Arnold, do;. 2.00 *0*
have a non-residerit administer their estate. If they a e liroblems 5851 T. A Bird, salary for -. that arise from Florida' Peeilia lower" laws and from .our quarter -a------2--.- 150.00
crazier "step-mother act" certainly they have to "nioe" th ir 5852 B. J. Iamrick, salary for
domicile. But even with ll this-, agree vith the Fort Iyers carter 1.--. ------ 150.00
News-Press thakioud of them are 6diy rooving froli Florida. 853 Tom Davis, repairs ---. 1.50
All they are doing is 'changing the address on their income ta. 5854 Jefferon 'Co. Defense returns" and on registration. books. For like the NewsmPress Council, donation -. 100.00 .
discovered, when it hjear'd that George Judd lhad beer. "run out- 5855 The }Molticello News,......O....m......g....UT Of~
of Florida". by*'he ita- collectors inycheched u,~p and found 'itr. supplies .-.g -.......54.10 ~' every gal o fgs
Jxidd "is around town as. usual, buying~ groeti~es; operatihg hjis 7 8-58 Collector' of It'ernal --V t vr
groves, packing plant alid other interests, mainaining his attend Rhrenue, Victor flax .. 11.70 .~ Get more mileage out ofevr
qnce record at the: Rdkary Club contributingg generously' to the 5857 Jefferson Co.-School -Board.
- hospital, enjoying the cimate, bifying. -iin helphrg-'sell v ar boitds, .race trc .--. 3000.00qu OO.
boosting the hamber of-commerce o 'which he-is- a distinguished 5858' Road' & Bridge Fund, --Get more mileage out of, every
--here any. more, and general~jy conducting himself like the active 5859 Mitchell Scott, repairs ..2.00 Singl tire!
and valued citizen that he is.'1 5860 Wifllie Young, pauper- 2.00 -' y .~~Gtm i iegLoto vr
- -Reprint from The Monticel o News. 5861 Frank 'DAvis, pauper ..3.00 Get odyemilage ut of ver
- .5862- Jefferson- Co. Hleath Unit art of your car.
- -- - -'Bal. due Sept. 30, 1942... 1837.50
- r~Iotal General Revenue -',. 14.-r- ''Fund- - - --.-. ...8049.11l~ w~e e ~1L -4304 C.yde HI. Sauls, rimu. Ct.
'Wk. March 1943 -- $242.30 ." oe Ma.rsh 4305 .- rant, withiess
- -' -~ 3 0 ( s u b p e n a s - 1 .0 8
prisoners-- 7.0
Pete Swanson fancies himself the military police 'agree that 4307 A. S. Grant, fingerprinting
as an armchair strat-egist. Some- instead of ruining discipline, 3.2' prisonters-- ---25.900. .
times he gets so tangled up, I beer sold in Army camps pro. -4308 A. S. ~Grant, 'Comts.---7.37
just can't resist tryin' to vides our soldiers with a mild ~4309 A. S. Grant, Wts. &
straighten him out. .form of relaxation without im. Capias--- -- 235.98
aFor instance, the other day lhe pairing their efficiency. 4310 A. S. Grant, feeding
was waxing indignant about our Well, Pete allowed that the prisoners -- --45.75 "
soldiers being allowed to buy chaplains and military police 4311 A. S. Grant, Wts. &
beer right in camp. Said that 'are a pretty good authority on Capias-- -- -38.50
was just coddling the troops and what's right for soldiers. I've no- 4312 F. & M. 'Bank, paid bills -- .00 would ruin discipline. ticed lately he's been confining 4313 T. B3. Bird, docket fee -_ 126.00
I told him the actual facts had his remarks to the broader
already been established by a phases of strategy.
______________ CITY GARAGE FA
No. 63 of a- Series Copyright, 1943, 11rewing laidustry Fourndation PH NE 118 COURTHOUSE SQUARE MON'4TICELLOa,FH




FRAY, MAY 21, 1943 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA PIVE
NOTICETaxes
NOTICE Taxes DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost
at public auction on the 1st. day of June, 1943, at Monticello, the County L SW4 of NW% N of Rd
of Jefferson, State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set Lots 182, 163, 165, 177 179 27 2N 4E 13 Ernest F. Heyd ------ 3.40 DB AAA 57 -- ----- 21 1N 6E 5% Bessie McCoy ---------1.29
opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. Lots 77 & 78 ---------- 33 2N 4E 10 Jaimes Milton Byrd 1.68 NW4 of NW ---------28 1N 6E 40 G. C. Sparks ----- ------ 2.18
Lot 92 ----------------33 2N 4E 5 John Coffman ---------1.16 SW%' Ex NE of NE%
Taxes Lot 104 ---------------..... 33 SN 4E 5 R. J. Klaiber ---------- 1.16 and E 30 A of NE% of
DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost Lot 291 --------------- 33 2N'4E 2 Mrs. L. W. Underwood __ .85 NW% --------------- 29 1N 6E 90 A. A. Bishop ----------10.68
SW% of SW% ..... 2 1N 3E 40 W.G. Wheeler ........ 3.77 Pt lots 235 & V -------- 34 2N 4E 4 B. H. Adams ----------1.43 E of SW/,, S,% of SEWY
NE of NE% .. ..---------- 10 1N 3E 40 W. G. Wheeler ..-------... 4.32 In SE% DB AAA 49 36 2N 4E 1 Ernest Gethers ---------.65 W of Rd, NW4 of SE,
S2 of N ------------10 1N 3E 160 W. G. Alford --------.... 13.70 In N Pt Lot 144 ..------- GS SN 4E 100 Nathan Hayes ---------3.15 S of NEW ---------30 1N 6E 216 A. A. Bishop--- 35.53.
E% ------------------ 11 IN 3E 480 Edna D1). Bishop .....------ 24.42 W Pt Lot 1, E Pt Lot 2 18 3N 4E 85 N. F. Miller ----------2.61 2 A in NW of NE,
NW% of NW ---11 1N 3E 4( W. G. Wheeler ......-------- 3.89 In W Pt Lot 2 .....--------- 18 SN 4E 77% Est. Abe Johnson ... 15.62 NE%! of NW ..-------- 31 1N 6E 42 A A. Bishop ---------- 7.96
SE-!4 of SW'!4, 10 A in S Pt SWW of SW --------- 27 3N 4E 40 Jan'e Johnson --------- 1.53 E% of SWV% of NW%,,
of SE ------------ 13 IN 3E 50 Es. H. E. Cook- 2.82 SE Ex 46 A -------- 28 SN 4E 114 Janie Johnson -------- 3.53 NEW of SW -------- 32 1N E 60 A. A. Bishop ---------- 10.37
W of NEW, NEW of In NE Cor of SE! of SEY4 W of NW 4 of SW4 8 2N GE 26 Est. W. H. Hampton 2.39
NW1 ..--------------- 14 1N 3E 120 Edna D. Bishop ----... 9.03 DJB YY 1 ------------34 3N 4E 4 Ben Cobb -------- 1.53 W of NW ---- 15 2N 6E 80 West Fla. Land Corp. 2.35
W of NW%, SE'! of In E of NE% DB YY 2 34 SN 4E 4 Ben Cobb -------------.57 SEW of SW'!, W of SW%1
NW ... ........--------------- 14 1N 3E 120 J. A. Taylor ...... '_- 9.03 Pt Lot 4 ..--------....... 36 SN 4E 40 Godfrey Scott --------- 7.25 of SE4, N% of NW',,
E of SW%, W of NWW E% of NW% of SW S W of NEW, W2 of
of SEW, In SW'!4 D B of S of SW of SW .--------------- 24 2N 6E 340 F. A. Alexander ------.. 32.27
ZZ 498 -------------- 14 1N 3E 149 Geo. H, Wirick --...-..-- 13.47 NW ---------------- 5 1S 4E 40 E. W. Morris ---------- 7.17 W of NW 14--------- 25 2N 6E 80 HuguenotLand&Abs. Co. 4.27
Pt lot 24 W of Main St. -_ 15 1N 3E J. W. Lukens ---------- 4.60 NEW of SWW Ex 3 A 5 1S 4E 10 Sam Miller ------------ 1.98 E of W/ of NW4 of
In SEW of SEW W of SWY of NEW Ex 3 A, NE%, E of NW% of
Walkers ---------- 16 1IN 3E Florence McLeod ......------- 4.29 NW of SE --------6 iS 4E 77 XV. A. Sweeny ----- -13.09 NE' !-2-- 2 N OE 30 Ola Standley ---------- 5.34
W of NIW of SW __ 16 IN 3E 20 Will Johnson -------- 2.11 E of SEW S of St Rd 19 7 1S 4E 50 Gertrude Connell ------ 8.10 E, of NEW of NWW, V
W. 1-3 of NW% Ex 2 A.. 21 1N 3E 531-3 B. F. Smith .......---------- 4.70 In W Pt of SWW S of St. of W of NW of NE 25 2N 6E 30 Ruth Mae Butler------- .04
10 As in SEW% of SW'!, Aug. Rd. Ex Rd 96 8 1S 4E 31 Gertrude Connell 5.34 S of SW ----------- 28 2N 6E 80 Frank Jones -----------5.63
SWW of SE% ------- 22 IN SE 50 J. J. Willie ----------- 5.00 82x150 yds N of Rd., Lot SV of SW'4, E% of NEW
NE%, E of NWW 23 1N 3E 240 H. E. Cook ---------- 10.38 W of school, Lot N of of SW --------- 29 2N 6E 100 Mrs. J. E. Lewis --------6.14
W of NW ..---------- 23 14N' 3E '80 H. E. Cook --------- 3.76 St. Aug. Rd. ---------8 1S 4E 4% Maybelle Connell ------ 1.73 In S of NEW of SE -__ 30 2N 6E 10 Irwin Walker ---------1.53
N% Ex NWW of NW%, In S Pt of NEW of NWW NE% of NEW --------- 31 2N 6E 40 Mrs. J. E. Lewis --------3.69
N'2 of SE% .......--------- 24 1N 3E 300 H. E. Cook ----------...... 15.60 DB AAA 11 Ex St Rd _8'1S 4E 13% Mrs. Gladys Walker --- 4.14 In N Pt of NE'! of NW% 32 2N 6E 10 Mrs. J. E. Lewis --------2.31
In IWI of SEW of SE% In NE Cor of E of SEW NW% of SW% of SEW
D B UU 134 .....---------. 26 1N 3E 3 Graham & Hall -------- 1.05 DB YY 419 ----------- 8 IS 4E 3 Frank W. Carroll ------1.25 Ex 1 A -----29 3N 6E 9 Chester Brown ------ 2.28
In N Pt of NE!4 of NEW In W of SWW DB XX NE 4 of NW of SWW 30 3N 6E 10 Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll -_ 1.81
TDB D ...------------- 36 1N 3E 28 Mrs. 4Delia Oder .... ---2.82 In SEW TDB D 93 .------ 19 1S 4E 1 Henry Matthews 63 N'! of NW ----------- 4 1S 6E 80 Louis B. Birdwell -------3.04
E' 160 A of FR ...--------- 13 3N 3E fA(1 Est. Abe Johnson ...------ 4.77 NWW of SW --------- 30 1S 4E 40 Mrs. Nina Bevis --------7.25 In SW Cor of NWW of
In W Pt FR ...---------- 13 3N 3E 59 Est. Abe Johnson ------12.28 In W Pt of SW% of SW% NW% -------------- 18 1S 6E 2 Roxy Walker ----- .97
Pt of W of S% of SE% DB WW 476 --------- 31 1S 4E 1 Alberta Jordan .93 SWW of NW ---------19 1S 6E 40 Weaver Louridge br. Co. 2.35
DB YY 338 ---------- 12 IS 3E 1 Jas. H. Cobb -------.........--- 1.10 In NW% of NW, DB Y SE of SW W of
Lot 7 Jeff Co. Pecan Co. 12 IS 3E 5 Ben Hill ------------ 1.24 315 ----------------- 31 1S 4E T. J. Braswell .93 SW ------ 3 2N 7E 120 Orlando Discount Co 6.48
Lot 30 Jeff Co. Pecan Co. 12 IS 2E 5 John Caruthers --....------ 1.15 E% of NEW ----------- 32 1S 4E 80 L. H. Walker -------- 12.79 S% of NE,. NE of SE 4 2N 7E 120 Orlando Discount Co. 6.18
NE% of SEW Ex.6 A -_ 25 IS 3E 35 Nina Bevis ------------- 6.40 Int in N of NEW NW4 of NE ---------4 SN 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co 6.18
N of NW4 of NE%, Ex RR --------------- 6 2S 4E 38 W. C. Teate ---------- 3.98 NEW, SW'! of SE -- 8 2N 7E 200 Orlando Discount Co. 10.01
N% of NEW of 'NEW 29 1S 3E 40 Hrs. J. J. Gray -------- 4.15 E of W of SE% E of SE- 8 2N 7E 80 Orlando Discount Co. 11.92
S of NW'A of NE%, N of NWW -- ------ 23 2S 4E 10 Hilda Lavoi ----------- 1.39 E% Ex 20 A -----------9 2N 7E 300 Orlando Discount'Co. -- 43.47
of N2 of SW% of NEW 29 1S 3E 30 Lutie Cobb -----------... 3.29 W of E% of NW% of W & 20 A in E /- 9 2N 7E 340 Orlando Discount Co. 16.70
E of SW W% of SE% NW --------------- 24 2S 4E 10 N. W. Hardigan --.------ 1.39 W Ex NW of NW% 10 2N 7E 280 Orlando Discount Co. 13.82
Ex 10 A & Rd., E% of SEW of SEW of NEW NWW of SEW, NWW
W of W% of NEW 35 1S 3E 164 frs. A. J. Boland _- 14.68 of SW ------------ 25 2S 4E 2 Virginia Wettlaufer ------.92 of NW ------------10 2N 7E 80 Orlando Discount Co. -- 12.22
NE% of SE --------- ...- 36 IS 3E 40 Est. Sarah Lewis------ .... 3.85 NW% Ex 10 A .----- 28 3S 4E 150 Ben H. Lindsey, Jr. -2- 7.62 NWW of NE W--------- 17 2N 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co. 2.35
In E of NE II 1 Page E% of NWW of NW NE of NW ---------19 2N 7E 40 F A. Alexander 99
70 ---------36 1S 3E 2 Pennie Smiler --------- .94 N of Rd ------ ------- 1 1N 5E 22W Gussie Mae Routt ------3.94 4 A in S Pt of SW/
In NE% DB YY 340 ....- 36 IS SE 15 Virginia West _--------...... 2.49 NE% of NEW N of Rd -- 2 1N 5E 5 T. B. Lacy .----------- 1.52 of NW% ------------20 2N 7E 4 Est. Peter Seay 1.22
NW aof NE ---------3 2S 3E 40 Glenn Realty Co .-------2.49 W% of SE% W of Rd, E 1-3 of E of NEW
All E of RR ------------ 5 2S 3E 275 Glenn Realty Co. ------14.40 S% of W -----------.. 2 1N 5E 275 J. L. Anderson ------ 48.86 of SW -------------20 2N 7E 62-3Est. S. T.'Sinclair 1.54
NWW of NW% ......--------- 3 4S 3E 40 Puckett Realty Co. ... 2.49 SE'A of SE ----------- 3 1N 5E 40 J. L. Anderson --------- 5.79 SEW of SE ---------- 27 3N 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co.. 2.35
NEW of NE ----------- 4 4S 3E 40 Puckett Realty Co. 2.49 NEW of NE --... -------10 1N 5E 40 J. L. Anderson ...--------- 6.86 Pt lots 48 &49 DB VV
In SWW DB ZZ 359 ... 24 4S 3E 40 Walter C. Teate --------1.80 2 A In NW% of SEW W 412 Original Plan Monticello -- H. R. Faglie ----------99.24
E% of NW% S of Rd Ex of Rd, N of SW%, >t lo's 48 & 49DB PP
In NW% DB YY 454 -...- 1 1N 4E 2 Pinkie Soon ------------.. 85 NWW Ex 2 A --------- 11 1N 5E 240 J. L. Anderson -------- 58.78 266 Original Plan Monticello '-- Est. W. (f. Dawkins._ 30.31
Lot 9 So. Pecan & Orchid In NE% of NW% 2 A, W%' Pt lot 51 DB XX 28\ ,
Co.-- .----- -1 1N 4E 5 Unknown ------------- 1.13 of NE%, NW% of SEW Original Plan Monticello --------J. I. Folsom ----------24.35
Lot 14 So. Pecan & Orchid W% of SW% of SE _--- 11 1N 5E 20 A. A. Bishop ---------- 5.26 Pt lot 52 DB YY 475
Co.............. 1 1N 4E 5 Luther & Lela Mae N% of SW of SWW 19 1N 5E 20 L. A. Bradshaw .------- 4.00 Original Plan Monticello ... ----- F. A. Johnston -------50.03
Wheeler ...........--------------.. 2.03 NW 4 of SW% ---------. 19 1N 5E 40 Hrs. W. J. Bradshaw 7.54 Pt lot 54 DB ZZ 292
Lot 46 So. Pecan & Orchid In SEW of SW% -------21 1N 5E 14 Chas: McKinney -------- 3.12 Original Plan Monticello-------- J. E. "Minter ------- 40.17
Co .. ...........------------------1 1N 4E 5 Mary Arnold or J. S. SW of NW ---------22 1N 5E 40 A. J. McKinney ------ --. 4.72 Pt lot 57 DB UU 160
Ramage -------------........ 2.03 SE% of SWW --------- 22 1N 5E 40 Hrs. Isaac Inman ------ 3.04 W 2% ft Extending entire
Let 47 So. Pecan & Orchid SW% of SE --..-------. 22 1N 5E 41 S. D. 'Clarke ...---------- 4.72 distance North & South
Co... ...... .... 1 1N 4E 5 R. L. Eaton .......-----------. 1.73 E of W% ..--------- 3 2N 5E 160 Louvenia Slater ------- 24.94 of the South 28 ft of N1%
In W% of NWW of SEW 3 1N 4E 2 Vinie Lindsey ---------- .53 S Pt lot 115 DB TT 78 lot 57 Original Plan Monticello_ Unknown ------------- 2.33
In W% E of Rd DB VV. Springdale ----......-------- 7 2N 5E 2 H. A. Wright .....---------.. 1.34 Lots 158, 167, 168 DB XX 410
211 -----------------... ...... 11 1N 4E 21 C. P. Mays .....------ ..------ 5.63 Lots 139 & 140 ---------..... 7 2N 5E 5% A. M. Scheuneman --- 2.42 Original Plan Monticello -------- Elizabeth B. White 8.63
In S of S% DB YY 223 12 1N 4E 4W Wm. G. Neeley ....... ---------.571 SWW of SWW Ex 5 A Lot 159 Original Plan Monticello 'Mrs. E. E. Bishop-------4.49
N of NWW of SW%, N% & Rd ---------------- 8 2N 5E 34 Est. Joe Springer ------ 1.55 Lots 161 & 162 Original Plan
of SlWW of SWW, S% Block 1 Kidders Sub No 5 8 2N 5E 5 A. J. Brooker --------- 1.43 Pt lot 2 DB ZZ 495 Scotts
of NWW of SWW W of Lots 49 & 64 Dreblows Northern Add Monticello -------- Lamar Davis ----------4.69
Rd----------------- 13 IN 4E 40 Win. & J. D. Bailey .8.45 Sub ----- --------- 12 2N 5E 10 Catherine Englia --- _2.45 Pt lot 2 DB YY 254 Scotts
In NW Cor of NWW of Lots 101, 100 ..---------.. 13 2N 5E 10 'Geo. W. Dreblow _- 2.42 Northern Add Monticello -------- J. B. Dyer ------------ 1.56
NEW DB YY 223 -.. 13 1N 4E 8 Wmin. G. Neeley ------- 1.00 Lots 123, 135, 136 ------... 13 2N 5E '15 Florence A. Tait ------- 6.16 Pt lot 2 DIB LL 63 Scotts
E of EM of NW% of Lot 93 ---------------- 13 2N 5E 5 Sidney G. Williams 1.43 Northern Add Monticello .-------- Est. Thos. Merritt ------4.69
SE 1 -----.......---------- 13 1N 4E 10 Laura McDaniel ...------- 2.33 Blk 9 Kidders Sub No 4 16 2N '5E 5 A. C. & E. E. WeHlman -_ 1.43 E 53 ft Lot 43, Lot 44 Scotts
SEW of SWW, WM, of W Pt lots 5 & '10 Spring- Northern Add Monticello -------- H. R. Faglie ----------- 4.69
SWW of SEW --------- 14 1N 4E 60 Leslie M. Hatchett .. 10.11 dale ------------------ 18 2N 5E 4 L. B. Broadbridge ------2.72 Blk 1 W:ricks Add Monticello ...H. T. & J. I. Folsom 98.94
E% of SW% oif SWW -- 14 1N 4E 20 Leslie M. Hatchett ------.89 Lots 15, 16, 17, 19, Spring- Lot 3 Blk 8 Wiricks Add Monticello Janie Jbhnson 4.39
N of SWW, W% of NW% dale --------------- 18 2N 5E 18 Unknown 5.67 S lot 3 Blk 12 Wiricks Add
of SE ------------- 14 IN 4E 100 Bailey & Bailey------ 14.55 Lots 28, 29, 36, 38 Spring- Monticello Ben C. Evans Jr .2.7
E% of SE --------.. 14 1N 4E 120 Win.m & J. D. Bailey ... 19.41 dale --------------- 18 2N 5E 20 Unknown ------------ 6.66 Lot 4, Pt lot 5 Blk 12
NE of SE, Of SY2 S% lots 31 & Spring-Wiricks Add Monticello -------- Clemon Tillman ------- 10.60
of SEW of NEW -----. 1 IN 4E 50 Bailey & Bailey ....... 8.65 dale .---------------- 18 2N 5E 4 W. Carter ........------------- 2.13 Pt Blk 15 DB ZZ 563
N of NW Ex 3 A, ;SWW Lots 47, 48, 49, 55, 70, 71, Wiricks Add Monticello -- Henry A. Malloy --30.31
of NW%, N% of SW%, 72, lot 61 Ex Rd .---- 18 2N 5E 35% Unknown ------------- 10.60 Pt lot 18 DB WW 92
SWW of SW ----- 17 IN 4E 237 H. E. Cook ----------- 16.23 Lot 50 ---------------- 18 2N 5E 5 Mary E. Johnson .------... 2.42 Wiricks Add Monticello Henry A. Malloy -------7.50
N% of W% of NE% Ex N Lots 62, 63, 64 Ex Rd 18 2N 5E 6%i E. P. Poyer ----------- 2.42 Pt lot 18 DB WW 92
% A ----------------....... 23 1N 4E 59% Wmin. & J. D. Bailey .... 10.63 S% Lots 62, 64 Ex Rd, Wiricks Add Monticello Henry A. Malloy --------5.68
S% of SEW of SEW 23 1N 4E 20 Henry Wheeler -------- .83 Lots 58, 59, 60 ------ 18 2N 5E 25% S. A. Poyer ----------- 8.63 Pt lots 1 &2Blk 21DBZZ 484
NEW of SEW, N of SEW Lot 54 -------------.. 18 2N 5E 5 Ralph Devlin -------- 2.42 Wiricks Add Monticello Pearl Giles -----------3.70
of SE%, Naf NW4 of Lots 75, 76, S6 ---. 18 2N 5F 15 0. E. Schmidt --------. 6.36 Pt lot 4 Blk 21 DB UU 488
SE% ------------.. 24 IN 4E 80 Hrs. W. J. Bradshaw __ 12.87 Lots 77, 78 7), 80 8t1, Wiricks Add Monticello L. R. Davis ------------ 1.56
N of S% of SE% of 82, 83--------- ---. 18 2N 5E 34% Schmidt, Cairlson, Plaff Pt lots 1 & 2Blk 24{DB LL 411
SWW, N of SEW of Tr. ----------------- 10.90 Wiricks Add Monticello --- Emma Turner --------- 1.29
SWW S of .Rd, E% of Lots 84 & 85 ---------- 18 2N 5E 10 Herman Feleamp ------4.39 Lots 1 & 4 Bik 29
NE% of SW% S of Rd 24 IN 4E 24 J. D. Wheeler ......... 1.84 Lot 4 Kidders Sub No 1 18 2N 5E 5% J. P. G. Wilgers .....------.. 2.42 Wiricks Add Monticello ... Frank Carroll ---------4.79
In W Pt of SW% of, SW% 24 1N 4E 20 Henry Wheeler ...--------.89 NEW of NWW in Spring- Lots 1 to 6 Inc DB WW 152
1% A in NW% off NWW dale Sub ----------- 19 2N E 4 Miriam E. Washburn 1.93 Hamricks Sub Monticello Est. Jube Clark --------1.83
DB YY 425 ---------.......... 25 1N 4E 11/ E. H. Wheeler ---------- .95 In NW% of NW% DB 'In SEW of NEW DIB AAA
WW 405 -------- 27 IN 4E 47 S. A. Ward ----------...... 6.16 WW 463 ---------- 19 SN 5E 2 J. L. Davis .........-----------.. 1.34 41 30 2N 5E Rosetta Bradley -------- .73
WM of E, of .SWW W In EM of W 2 of SWW Lot 12 Parkhills Add Monticello Margaret Kilpatrick ---- 5.85
of Rd. -------------- 28 1N 4E 19 Mattie M. Cooksey ----- 2.96 DB YY 211 ----------- 19 2N 5E 2% E. L. Burnett ---------. 20.46 Pt lot 22 WBID 361
NEA of SE%, NWW of In W of W% DB II 255 19 2N 5E 8 Est. W. R. Barnes ----.. --4.50 Parkhls Add Monticello Steart Sciplin2.7
SE ----------------33 1N 4E 80 S. W. Colson ---------- 9.27 Lots 4 & 5 Blk 1 Kidders Pt lot 8 11 DB 1 pa e 82
NWW of NWW, N of N% 4ub No 3 ---------- 19 2N 5E 2 Margaret Wessinger 1.73 H Porters Add Mon ticello Pearl Willia ms ---------2.72
of SW% of NWW ... 34'1N 4E 50 M. A. IGresham ..--------.... 6.71 S% of SEW, S% of S% of Lot 27 DB ZZ 382 Carrolls
SE1/4 of NW%, S% of SW% N% of SEW Ex 4 A -- 21 2N 5E 96 Harrison Collins ------ 3.08 Sub in Monticello .......Sarah Denmark -- 1.73
of NEW -------------4 2N 4E 60 Johnnie Francis ..----.. 2.10 NEW of NWW of NWW 23 2N 5E 10 Lucindy Alexander -...2.42 Pt lot 9 DB XX 497 Dilworths
N Pt Lot 187 -8 2N 4E 4 Roy Kirlbridge ........ 1.24 N of N% of NWW of Add Monticello ---------------- -C. L. Pope ---------- 20.46
Lot 190 ------8 2N 4E 5 T. Henry 'Green ..... 1.43 NEW --.--- ----- 23 2N 5E 10 Est. John Swan- ...... 2.72 Lot 20 DB SS 116 Dilworths
N Pt Lot 192 -..... 8 2N 4E 4 Walter Hellbaur ...... 1.24 SEW of NWW S of Rd 29 2N 5E 3 Annie Utley ----------7.20 Add Monticello .................. -Robert McQueen -------1.83
Lots 580 & 583 -------8 2N 4E 10 A. C. Green-_ ........ 2.43 S of NWW of 'NWW, 8 Lot 23 DB O 68 Dilworths
Lot 152 .....--..... 9 2N 4E 5 Mabel V. Cook ........ 1.43 A in SWW of NWW 29 SN 5E 28 R. M. Utley _------- 2.10 Add Monticello Maria Raines 2.72
Lot 14 ----- --9 2N 4E 5 Daisy M. Reeves ....... 1.43 In SW Cor of NWW of Lot 1..Bk 3 Fla Lad &
Lots 15, 16 -----------9 2N 4E 10 M. C. Wiley ......... 2.43 SWW ------------- -- 31 SN 5E 1 Chas. Riggins ----------.82 ALbs Add Monticello Abe Johnson-2.7
Lot 22 ............. 9 2N 4E 4 Margaret Pesk ........ 1.24 In SEW of NEW S of IRd 1 33 2N 5E 1W Estelle Pope .-------13.95 Lots 1 & 2 Blk 4 Fla Land &
Lot 23 ...----------- 9 2N 4E 4 Lillie B. Swanson ...... 1.24 NWW of NEW of SEW, Abs Add Monticello Joseihine Rich 2.72
Lot 24 .............. 9 2N 4E 4 Gertrude Yeckley .... 1.24 S of SEW of SEW Ex Lot 5Blk6Fla Land &
Lot 433 --.------------ 9 2N 4E 5 Peter Jeker ---------.43 1 A --------.. __ 35 2N 5E 29 T. B. Lacy --------- 3.64 ALb Add Monticello Rlert Green-1.73
Lot 608 - -9 SN 4E 4 Alice Watkins ---- 1.24 In NEW of SEW N of Rd 36 2N 5E 4 Thos. Kinsey .88 Lots 1 & 4 Blk 3 Jeff Hts
Lot 399---------------..10 2N if S Burl J. Isham-------.....60 S 9 Aof WM of'E,E of Add Monticello---------------------Roach & Richardson __4.79
E% o'f SEW of SWW ___ 12 SN if 30 Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll -_ 6.38 SWWA--------------336 2N '5E 9 Gussie Mae Routt -... 3.16 Lot 6 Bk P. Reichmar Add Monticello Alice M. Hughes r----39.
Sof WM, of SWW ,of SEW, EM, of SEW of SWW, 25 A Lots 15 & 16 Simons Add Monticello S. A. Ward-.............2.42 ,
S% of SM, of SWW ___ 1..3 2Ni4 73 Ethel Da'vis---------.. 2.64 In WPt of SWW of Lot 21 Sinmons Add Monticello ....Elizabeth Butler-------.2.03 i
Pt lots 4 & 5 N of Rd 1'5 2N 4E 65 H. P. Orendorff .... 12.69 SEW ---- ....... ... 20 3N SE 45 D. S. Sneed -.-.-----8.20 W lot 26 Simons Add Monticello OsEi Jo'hnson (2.42
Lot 360 ---------15 2N 4E 2 Unknown --------- -... 85 In SM, of S% of SWW DB W. .ot 30 Bk 4.
Lot 100 16 2N 4E 5 Bessie 'C. Ramsey ------1.43 BBB 107 ...... 22 SN 5E 5 Vernon Redman -- ..-1.60 Smons Add Monticello Mary Lee McCollogh 2.7
Pt lot 24 ...... ..... 16 2N 4E 1 Gentrude Yeckley.----... 05 E% of SWW -----------36 3N 5E 81 F. J. Linton ----12.69 Pt lot 33 DB AAA 22
Lot 33 ----------.. 16 2N 4E 5 Fidelia Salyer ........ 1.44 S of NEW of SWW, N S'mons Add Ilonticello Ellen Hawkins 1.73
Lot 50 ------ 16 2N 4E 5 Isabella Halvers ..... 82 of SEW of SWW -- 7 1S 5E 40 H. E.'Cook 3.2 l Pt lot 33 DB PP 199
Lot 54 --------------16 SN 4E 5 J. W. Wells ...--- -1.43 W of SW Ex 'RR. 15 1S 5E 75 II. E. Cook .----- ... 2.84 Simons Add Monticello Laura Harris----------1.02
Lots 61, 67, 68 ------ 16 2N 4E 15 Isabella Stein ---------- 3.42 Lot 17 Blk IB Reams Add 22 1S 5E Cola Whitman .62 Lot 10 Pt lot 11 F. L. ..
Lot 77------------- 16 2N 4E 5 Hensberling & Doerrich 1.43 Lot 56 Blk D Villa Nova -_ 22 1S 5E W. D.. Reams ---------.62 Simons Add Monticello .......... -W. L. Straws ---------2.72
Lot 97 ---------16 2N 4E 5 C. H. 'Ball ----....... 1.43 SEW of NWW, NEW of Pt lot 15 1DB AAA 90 F. L.
Lot 111 16 2N 4E 5 Joa Wexler- n1.43 SW o-1----24 1S 5E 80 T. A. Hauge -------- 12.21 Smons Add Eonticello ......... Ernest Hagan .........2.7
Lot 160---------------..16 SN if S Mary L. Selden--------.1.43 In N 'Pt of NWW DB IL In SEW of NEW DB
Lot 161 ---- ------ 16 2N 4E 5 Henry T. Green -------1.43 394 ------------.... 31 1S 5E 30. Grant Howell------- 5.4 XX 111 3 2N 5E Bird, Rast & Rast -----2.63
Lot 155-------------- 16 2N 4E 5 C. M. Stillwell ........ 1.43 W of NWW .------34 iS 5E 80 Rachel Cole Nickerson 11.91 In SE of NEW DB
Lots 350 & 351 ------- 16 2N 4E 6 E. J. 'Peterson -------- 1.64 E% of SEW -- -- 3 2S 5E 80 D. H. Perry et al .. 11.91 R 375 30 2 E Est. Win. odall-1.73
Lots 267, 208 ----17 2N 4E 5 Bessie C. Ramsey ---.... 1.43 SE ---------------- 6 2S SE 160 Bertha Sawyer ...... 23.39 In SEW of NE -B WW .2.5oo .73
Lots 180 & 221 --------17 2N 4E 10 Henry. T. Green ....... 2.43 W of NEW, NEW of 72.-................30 2N SE Francis Hugh --------6.66
Lots 183 & 184 17 2N 4E 10 Jno. W. Stevenson .... 2.43 NEW, NEW of NWW __ 7 2S 5E 160 Bertha Sawyer -----.. 12.21 In NE"/ of SEW PB 3
Lot 186 ---------- 17 2N 4E 5 Daisybelle Bryson ...... 1.43 NWW of NW% ....... 8 2S 5E 40 Bertha Sawyer ------4.27 CC 302 ------------30 2N 5E Sylvia Wells 1.29
Pt lot 187 ...... 17 2N 4E 2 Roy Kirkbridge --........4 NWW of NEW 4 1N BE 40 Huguenot Land & Abs. Co. 3.65 In NEMA of SEW DB
Lots 219, 233, 234 ...... 17 2N 4E 15 W. W. Gill -----------. 3.42 SWW of NEW of SWW -- 5 1N 6E 10 A. J. Joyner --.------1.24 YY 3020 ............30 2N 5E L. R. Rainey 2.72
E lot 232 --..---17 2N 4E 2 Georgia Snow -----... .84 In N of SEW DB YY 127 7 1N 6E 1 Fannie Johnson --------.67 In NWA of SWW DB a y
4 A In NW%, NWW of NEW Dw & Store in SWW of SS 4 30 2N 5E Mrs. Mamie Cook-------6.15
Ex 11 A, NEWA of NWW SWIn --f-S--S-f-l17 1N 6E 5 A. A. Bishop ------ 11.55 In NEW of SWW 1DB 11 45 30 2N 5E Est. Lottie Rayo- .684
Ex 6 A, 10 A in E Pt In SEW of SEW'S of RR ,
of NW of NWW --- 23 SN 4E 76 Albert Johnson -------2.70 Diwig & 2 A S of RR .18 1N 6E 3 A. JA. 'Bishop -------3.99 R. J. TAYLOR, Tax Collector,
In SEW of NWW D'B PP NEW. of NE 1 A in 'Jefferson County, Florida.
370 ------------23 2N 4E 2 Jeff Oliver, Jr. ------1.14 NEW of SEW- 18 1N 6E 41 Mrs. Ellen 'Handley 4.23
In NEW PB VV 10 ._ 24 2N 4E 79 Est. P. D. Faglie ------- 1.26 In NEW of NEW ..... 19 1N 6E 36 A. A. Bishop ------3.65
Lot 2 Kidders Sub No. 2 24 2N 4E 5 Dr. Rubin Peterson ... 1.43 6 A in NWW of NW%,W"YO
Lot 5 Kidders Sub No 2 24 2N 4E 5 Vernice Davis ---------1.43 4 A in SWW of SEW, 17 THEY READ AD
In SW Cor of SEW of A in 'W% of NWW, In
NWW PB WW 517 25 2N 4E 1W A. E. Bagnall --------- 15.55 NE%---------- 20 1N 6E 38 A. A. Bishop ----------5.09 TOO, IF IT APPEARED HERE
In W of NEW D WW' In NEW of NEW DB UU
321 '............. 2N if 10 Katherine B Mays 10.63 63 .........n.... 20 iN BE Willie Hutchinson- ..... 29




six THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943
Deed Taxes Deed Taxes
LEE COMMENDS to bring an end to this protracted DESCRIPTION BookPage OWNER & Cost DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost
COMMISSIONERS AND litigation these same children might Lots 1 to 24 Blk 5 Jefferson Hts WW 290 May Fenn Folsom ------11.82 Lot A Blk 5 Fla Land & Abst Co MM 108 John Neel __ -------------1.50
BOARD MEMBERS have been grandarents or in their Lots 1 to 24 Blk 6 Jefferson Hts WW 290 May Fenn Folsom ------11.82 Lot B Blk 5 FlaLand&AbstCo MM 116 John Neel --------------1.50
dotage before the taxes were paid, Pait Blk 6 Jefferson Hts ------'WW 290 May Fenn Folsom ------- 3.30 Lot 39 Academy Hgts ---------- Sallie Neel ------------1.50
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk 1 Wirick E Add VV 228 H. T. & J. I. Folsom -- 108.30 Lot 46 Academy Hgts ------------- Sallie Neel 1.50
County Commissioners and, school if ever, and I think the boards of Part lot 51 Original Plan Part lot 12 Scotts N Add ------ MM 67 Oneeda Prince ---------2.10
board members who several yeirs county commissioners and boards of Monticello ---------------- XX 28 J. I. Folsom ----------24.60 Part lot 48 Barwick Add ------FF 11 0. A. Prince Est. -------2.10
ago decided there had been too public instruction are to be coigrat- Part lot 6 Blk A Reichmar Sub __TT 493 J. I. Folsom -----------8.10 Lot 8 Hamrick Sub ---------- LL 331 0. A. Prince Est. --------2.10
much delay and cancellations in ulated rather than criticized for Part lot 12 Blk A Reichmar Sub TT 493. J. I. Folsom -------------.90 Part lot 8 Scotts N Add --------N 364 Richard Ponder Est. 3.30
Lots 16,17 Blk 4 Jefferson 'IHts VV 102 E. R. Farr -------------1.74 Part lot 3 Porter Add --------W 565 Mary Pleasants ---------2.70
handling delinquent railroad tax having initiated this program and Part lot 44 Scotts N Add------ TT 581 H. R. Eaglie -----------1.50 Part lot 1 Porter Add ---------Y 162 isaac Phoenix --------L_ 1.50
colections were commended by State employed counsel to prosecute the Part lot 44 Scotts N Add -TT 514 H. R. Faglie -----------3.90 Part lot 16 Scotts N Add ------TT 359 Mack Peck------------ 7.50
Comptroller J. M. Lee for employ- collection of such taxes." Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add -------II 18 Est: Cora Gatlin -------- 2.70 Lot 2 Blk 11 Wirick E Add PP 342 Douglas Parrish Est. -. .75
ing counsel and collecting $2,500,000 "You know the poor man doesn't Part lot 25 Scotts N Add ------ZZ 441 Margaret Goodwin ------2.10 Part lot 28 Bowman Add -------.. J. W. Pate ------------2.10
Part lot 5 Porters Add ---------V 361 Henderson Graham .------ 2.70 Part lot 19 Parkhill Add --------- Est. R. C.. Parkhill ------2.10
delinquent railroad taxes. Compi. pay taxes to hire high-priced tax Lots 4 & 5 Blk 6 Fla Land & Part lot 11 Porters Add --------W 149 T. MI. Puleston Est. --- _3.90
troller Lee, writing to the Senate lawyers so he just has to pay when Abst Co ------------------ JJ 190 & 43 Robert Green -------3.00 Part SW/4 of NE See 30 2N 5E RR 144 B. W. Partridge Est.. 6.90
Investigating Committee pointed out his come due. And the only way Lot 20 Parkhill Add ..---------- Y 158 Ben Green ------- _2.10 Lol 1f Blk 7 Fla Land & Abst Co-_ M. E. Partridge ----------. 54
that the cost of collecting these fif- we can reduce his taxes is to make Pt lot 1 Blk 21 Wirick E Add ZZ 207 Pearl IGiles -----------3.90 Lot 1 Blk 8 Fla Land & Abst Co_-- M. E. Partridge ---------.54
teen years delinquencies through the fellow who can hire the best Pt lot 8 Blk 7 Wirick E Add -- Y 34 Est. Agnes Girardeau 3.90 Lots 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 Blk 9
teen years delinquencies through the fellow who can hire the best Lot 6 Blk 11 Wirck E Add GG 6 Est. W. M. Girardeau .. 2.70 Fla Land & Abst Co ----------- M. E. Partridge ---------2.04
Keen and Allen, Tallahassee attor- legal add accounting brains in the Lot 4 Presbyterian Lands ------. FF 183 Est. Louise Girardeau 20.40 Lot 9 Blk 10 Fla Land & Abst Co_- M. E. Partridge ---------.54
neys who vigorously prosecuted the country pay up in spite -of all their Part lot 9 ,D'ilworth Add ------XX 179 C. L. Pope ------------- 270 Lots 1 & 2 Blk 16 Fla Land &
law suits against the highest priced attempts to evade. Part Blk 9 Wirck E Add--- V 27 Carrie Hunter ---------2.70 Abst Co --------------- -------- M.E. Partriage -------- 1.08
Patlt8__1 imn d ---- 6.30
lawyers in the country Part lot 8 Blk 16 Simons Add PP 183 Willie Hughes 3.90 Part lot 24 Palmer or Lyons Add ZZ 86 Elsie Roberts 6.30
lawyers in the country to a success- Another thing, he concluded, Part lot 11 Porters Add _----_ Y 10 'Matilda Hope ------- 1.50 Part lot 5 J D Coles Add WW 466 Richard Rivers --------- 3.90
ful conclusion was only about half "none of these costs of investiga- Lot 7 & Pt lot 8 F L Simon Add AA 429 Emelie Hines -----3.90 Part lot 1 Letchworth Add Est. Janie V. Rivers 5.10
the fees that would have been pay- tions and collections were drawn Lot 21 Carroll Sub ..---------- YY 248 Lewis Hill --------- 3.90 Part lot 9 Porters Add -------- W 93 Peter Richardson ------- 1.50
able had they been collected like from the Treasury built up by tax- Part lot 2 Porter Add -------- V 475 Wm. Hicks 2.70 Part lot 69 Barwick Add -- SS 287 Louise Richardson 5.10
other deinquent real estate taxes PRAYERS, but cam from tax evad- S part lot 24 Wirick E Add IIF No. 1 23 Minnie Hibbard------- 6.30 Part lot 4 Porters Add -------Josephine Rich ---------2.70
Part lot 30 bilworth Add- Q 548 Grace Henderson------- 2.70 Part lot 17 Dilworth Add_- O 68 Maria Raines--- 7.50
without law suits. ers, most of them beyond the juris- Part lot 6 Porters Add ---- V 362 Patsy Harris -----------2.70 N% lot 3 Dilworth Add Will Bk G 84 Robt. & Sims Raines 7.50
Lee said the railroad delinquent diction of the State-one as far Part lot 31 Dilworth Add ------ T1 295 Est.. Peggy Harris ------ 2.70 Part NE% of SW/ Sec302N 5E 11 45- Hrs. Lottie Ray ---------3.90
collections would have cost at least away as France." Lots 1 & 4 Blk 7 Wirick E Add GG 469 Evans Hall .------------ 2.70 Part lot 57 Original Plan- MontiPart lot 15 F L Simons Add -_ AAA 90 Ernest Hagan .---- '_ 2.70 cello --------------------- UU 160 H. B. Rainey --------- 57.00
$122,452, plus advertising charges, if Part lot 3 Dilworth Add ------ Q 272 Nathaniel C. Hadley 6.90 Lot 13 Palmer or Lyons Add __ SS 285 H. B. Rainey ------ .19.80
the taxes had been subject to sale CARD OF THANKS Lot 37 Blk 3 Simons Add -.. PP 268 Elizabeth Hackney 2.70 Lots 1 & 4 Blk 3 Jefferson Hgts XX 490 E. O. Richardson __. 8.10
and certification as provided for Lot 6 Blk B Reichmar Sub ___YY 29 Alice McCall Hughes -. 19.50 Part NE, of SEY See 25
other real estate. We wish to thank everyone for Part NE%4 of SW'/ S 25 2N4E _SS 255 W. S. Howard 3.30 2N 4E ---------------- SS 163 Chas. O. Reiff ---------7.80
Lot 14 Carroll Sub ... ....... MM 303 Mrs. J. B. Horne --. 2.10' Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Blk 13
Fees actually paid total only $64,- their kindness and beautiful floral Part NW% of NE/4 S302N 5E LL 282 <\Irs. J. B Horne --- 13.50 Wirick E Add ------------- SS 78 Mrs. Pasco Reichert -- 25.20
274.00. offerings sent in during the illness Part SWI4 of NEI, S302NE LL 282 Mrs. J. B. Horne ..------ 7.50 Lot 20 Carroll Sub .---------- YY 377 .Jas. Sherman ----------- .90
"Some ot the children for whose and death of our beloved father. Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add ..------ B 248 J. M. Henry Est. --------7.50 Lots 17 & 18 Blk 12 Simons Add AA 109 Jas. Sherman ---------- 7.50
education some of these taxes were The Folsom Family. Lot 5 Blk 10 Wirick E Add B 181 J. M. Henry Est ..- 7.50 Part lot 44 Barwick Add ------ JJ 188 Smith & Maggie Scurry 3.90
ieduaioinal s e o hes were Lot 5 Blk 15 Wirick E Add S 78 J. M. Henry Est. ------ 5.10 Lot 21 Scotts N Add-------- WW 95 C. L. Smith ------------7.50
levied originally and who were in Lot 6 Blk 15 Wirick E Add --- S 78 J. M. Henry Est. --------7,50 Part SW% of NE'% Sec 30
primary grades at the time the levy Mrs. B. A. Greene and Mrs. Mack Lot 3 Blk 21 Wirick E Add -- RR 484 J. 'M. Henry Est. -------..- 5.10 2N 5E --------------------SS 327 Adeline P Smith Est. __ 7.80
was made were 21 years of age or Humphreys of Tallahassee and Mrs. Lot 3 Presbyterian Lands ----- D 303 Moseley Henry --------- 37.80 Lot 3 Blk 7 Wirick E Add ------ 00 42 R. B. Shuman ---------1.50
older, when the money was finally Greene's snWilliam Eaton, who Lots 40 & 45 Academy Hts VV 4 Harjim Inc. 3.90 Part NW/4 of SW% Sec 30 2N 5E NN 462 Jno. H. Shuman -------24.30
olde when the money was finally Greene's son, iam on, w Lot 8 Blk 5 FlaLaId & Abs Co TT 602 J. F. Hamrick --------. 1.50 Part lot 4 Scotts N Add Tax D B B 214 Est. E. S. Smith ------- 1.86
collected," Lee told the committee. is stationed at Camp Blanding, were Part, lot 5 Scotts N Add .....-------- II 448 Sam James .------- 1.50 Part lot 48 OldPlanMonticello BBB 97 Viola Sheffield --------42.30
"Had not some. action been taken visitors in Monticello on Tues'day. Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add ---- T 438 Est. Lizzie Jackson ------3.90 Part lot49 OldPlan Monticello BBB 97 Viola Sheffield --------42.30
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------ VV 192 Est. Chas. Jackson ----- 1.50 Lot 47 Academy Hgts ---------NN 385 Geo. H. & Ella Sanders 2.10
-- --- Lot 24 Cari'oll Sub .....---------- ZZ 593 Raymond Junius ---.----.90 Lot 3 Blk 6 FlaLand&AbstCo UU 248 Bragg & Richard Turner 2.10
Part NE% of SE4 S302N5E __W 470 Newton & Carrie Jordan 3.90 Part lot 4 Porters Add --------W 535 nWm. Turner ----------- 2.70
NOTICE Pirt lot 8 F L Simort Add AA 435 Viola Jordan ----------- 1.50 Lot5Blk 10 FlaLand & AbstCo KK 334 Wm. Turner.. 5.10
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so much Part lot 9 F L Simon Add .. AA 247 Viola Jordan ----------- 5.10 Part:lot 32 Blk 5 Simons Add CC 348 Jim Turney ------------2.10
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for town taxes for Lot 3 Blk 8 Wirick E Add --- ZZ 76 Janie Johnson ------- 5.10 Part lot 32 Blk 5 Simons Add AA 48 Geo. Turney ----- .... 2.70
the year 1942 herein set opposite to the name, together with cost of Lot 10 Blk 3 Fla Land &Abs Co MM 226 J. H. Johnson ------ 2.70 Part lot 6 Dilworth Add ------ CC 465 Win. & Vivian Thomas 2.10
such sale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Monday, Lot 1IBlk 3 FlaLand & Abs Co MM 226 J. H. Johnson ----------2.710 Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------ -LL 64 Wm. Thompson --------- 5.10
the 7th day of June 1943, at the Courthouse in Monticello, Florida: Part lot 8 Porters Add --- '---- V 479 Sallie Johnson --------- 2.70 Lot A Blk 6 Fla Land & AbstCo MM 266 Ellen Thompson -------- 1.50
County of Jefferson, between the legal hours of sale beginning at 12 Part lot 7 Porters Add --------. V 354 Est. Jeff Johnson ------- 9.30 Lot 109 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 M. H. Tripp -----------13.50
o'clock noon. / Part lot 31 Old Plan Monticello YY 210 Katherine Johnson 1.50 Lot 110 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 M. H. Tripp .----------- 3.30
Deed Taxes PaFt SE% of SW% Sec 192N 5E LL 160 Stephen King ..... 1.50 Part lot 73 3k 13 Barwick Add PP 39 Phyllis Williams .. 1.50
DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ----- V 27 Carrie H. Lewis -------- 5.10 Part lot 73 Blk 13 Barwick Add 11 197 Phyllis Williams -------1.50
Part NW4 of SW4, 302N 5E, WW 337 Pansy M. Anderson 19.50 Lot 39Blk 3 Simons Add ------ YY 129 Dan Lane ----------- 1.50 Part lot 72 Blk 14 Barwick Add II 197 Phyllis Williams --------2.70
Lot 4 Blk 6 Wirick E Add -_BB 471 Dan Allen ----------- 3.90 Lot 16 Carroll Sub ------ ZZ 135 Wm. Lemons Jr.-------- 5.10 Part lot 10 Fla Land & Abst Co Frances Windsor ------- 1.50
Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add------ W 392 Dan Allen -------------1.50 Part lot 66 Blk 9 Barwick Add Y 309 Wm. Lemons Est. -------3.90 Part lot 8 Porters Add IIF No 1 82 Pearl Williams ---------2.70
Lot 1 Blk 9 Wirick E Add ---------- Dan Allen ------------- 2.55 Part lot 65 Blk 10 Barwick Add II 413 Johannes Larkin -------- 7.50 Pt lot 69 Blk 7 Barwick Add EE 452 Nancy Williams --------5.10
Lot B Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 329 Richard Anderson .... 1.50 Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------- LL 280 & 452 Johannes Larkin 8.40 Pt lot 62 Blk 11 Barwick Add ___ Y 445 Fannie Williams ------- 2.10
Part lot 7 Scotts N Add ----------- Betsy Austin -----------3.30 Part lot 10 Scotts N Add -------FF 298 Johannes Larkin------- 5.10 Lot A Blk 3 FlaLand& Abst Co JJ 475 Ella Williams ---------- .54
Part lot 6 Letchworth Add PP 498 Anthony Bailey Est; -- 2.10 Pt NW'% of NW'% Sec302N,5E V 26 Johannes Larkin ------- 3.90 PtNE' of SE Sec302N5E II 346 Cornelia Williams :2.70
Part lot 38 Wirick E Add------ VV 592 Gladys Bozeman-------- 2:70 Part lot 20 'Dilworth Add SS 16 Robt. McQueen --------- 2.40 Part NE% of SE'! Sec302N5E II 468 Anna Williams ---------2.70
Part lot 42 Blk 6 Barwick Add __YY 73 Lilla 'Mae Bailey-------- 2.70 Lot 21 Blk 9 Simons Add - Y 325 Elizabeth McCarthy 3.90 Part lot 61 Old Plan Monticello P 496 Felicia Williams -------- 2.70
Lot 45. Blk 2 Barwick Add -- PP 483 Roberta S. Beard------- 2.70 Part of NW4 of SW'! Lot 2 Blk 21 Wirick E Add __ FF 47 Margaret Wilson 2.10
Part lot 28 Bowman Add ..------ II 437 Butler Blood-- __ .554 See 30 2N 5E ------------- YY 205 J. Howard McClellan ___ 15.00 Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ------ 356 Lucile Wilson ---------- 1.50
Part lot 2 Letchworth Add Butler Blood ---------- 75 Part of NW% Of SW% Lot 2 Blk 9 Wirick E Add EE 594 Lucile Wilson .- 1.20
Part lot 1 Letchworth Add Butler 'Blood ----------- 1.80 Sec 30 2N 5E ------------- YY 326 J. Howard McClellan 7.8b Lots 7 & 8 Blk 10 Fla Land
Part lot 5 Wirick Add------ WW 48 Butler Blood -----------8.10 Lot 15 Academy Hgts ---------- II 484 Mattie Lou MicElhany 2.10 & Abst Co --------------SS 11 Susan J. White --- 1.08
Part lot 1 Wirick Add --------LL 78 Butler Blood----------- 2.55 Part SW' of NE4I Lot A Blk 4 FlaLand&Abst Co MM 557 Jno. W. White -- 1.50
Lot 1 J D Coles Add ----------- S 173 Elvira Bloo'd Est. 5.10 Sec 30 2N SE ------------. W 335 S. L. McCall -----------8.40 Lot 4 J D Coles Add-------- BBB 220 Sallie White ----------- 2.10
Part NW of NW Sec 302N E Diana Bozeman 2.10 Lot 4 Blk 27 Wirick E Add .... K 140 Anthony Mills Est.------ 1.50 Lot 3 J D Coles Add ---------- V 113 Stephen White ---------- 5.10
Part lot 8 Wirick E Add VV 406 Wm. Bozeman---------- 2.10 Part lot 8 Blk 16 Simons Add __ PP 68. Ida Murray ------------ 3.90 Lot 7 Blk 16 Simons Add -- CC 433 Geo. Washingtoh ... 2.71)
Lot 2 Wirick E Add------- FF 81 Wm. Bozeman ---------- 120 Part lot 69 Bk 7 Barwick Add -- Z 368 Martha L. Miller -------- 5.10 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Blk 19
Lot 28 Blk 7 Simons Add ------ PP 27 WV. E. & Annie Boyd 2.70 Part lot 69 Blk 7 Barwick Add M 537 Louise Miller Est.--- --- 5.10 Fla Land & Aibst Co -------- JJ 178 Louis & Capitola WashingPart lot 29 Simons Add -------PP 30 W. E. & Annie Boyd 2.70 Part lot 29 Blk 4 Simons Add II 341 Carrie Miller ----------- 2.70 ton ----------------- 2.10
Part NE', of SE' 30 2N 5E _QQ 281 W. E. & Annie Boyd 2.10 Part lot 6 Blk 15 Wirick E Add ZZ 563 Henry A. Malloy -----48.30 Part Jot 4 F L Simon Add II 1269 James Warner ---------- 5.10
Part lot 27 D'ilworth Add DD 147 L.W. &Louvenia Boatman 2.70 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk 18 Wirick E Lot 158 Old Plan Monticello XX 410 W. A. White -----------2.70
Part lot 12 Scotts N Add ------CC 345 L. W. & Louvenia Boatman 1.50 Add-. WW 92 Henry A. Maloy -------27.60 Lot 1,67 Old Plan Monticello XX 410 W. A. White ---- 2.70
Part lot 22 Parkhill Add I------ V 361 Paul Blake --------- 2.10 Lot 17 Original Plan Monticello UU 411 T. J. & :M. A. Martin 12.30 Lot 168 Old Plan Monticello -_ XX 410 W. A. White ----------- 5.10
Lot 9 Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co JJ 191 Emma Brooks ----------3.90 Lot 9 Blk 5 FlaLand & Abst Co TT 240 A. G. Melaikeof--------- 1,50 Part lot 18 Dilworth Add __ N 135 Dinah Young -- 5.10
Lot 24 Dilworth Add-.... Amelia Bryant-.. 5.10 Part lot 30 Blk 4 Simons Add WW 320 Katherine Mays --------- 5.10 art lot 20 Scotts N Add ------- N 406 Emilie Young ----------2.10
Part lot 24 Wirick E Add- IF 81 Paul & Ethel Broxie ---- 4.50 Pt SW% of NE, Sec 252N4E RR 480 C. Parkhill Mays ------24.30 Part lot 20 Scotts N Add ------ R 47 Wm. Young ------------ 2.10
Lot 7 Blk 5 Fla Land & AsCo MM 322 Est. Wi. Broxie ---- 1.50 Pt NE%1 of SE! See 30 2N 5E _SS 326 5. M. Nickerson -------- 7.50 ALFRED FOSTER
Lot 7 Carrolls Subd -----------II 312 Est. Capers Butler .90 Part lot 31 Blk 5 Sinions Add FF 317 Sylvester Neeley --------5.10 Tax Collector, Town of Monticello, Florida.
Part lot 26 Blk 8 Simon Add --- XX 401 Est. Leroy Buckner --- 2.10 Part lot 3 Blk 6 Wirick E Add S 197 Hrs. Jack Bryan --------1.50
Part lot 1 Palmer or Lyons Add VV 487 Daryl H. Barrows ------2.70
Part lot 1 Presbyterian Lands SS 248 Henrietta S. Bailey 18.00
Part lot 2 Palmer or Lyons Add AAA 42 Lillian L. Bishop --------3.90
Lot 2 ,Blk 31 Wirick E Add V VV 97 Lee T. Bishop ----------4.80
Lot 3 Blk 31 Wirick E'Add -__ VV 97 Lee T. Bishop ---------12.30
Lot 159 Original Plan Monticello WW 299 Thelma Bishop ---. 4.20
Part SE', of NE' Sec302N 5E ZZ171 Louise Bird & J.L.&
J. M. Rast ------------- 4.20
Part SE'! of NW'! Sec302N5E LL 526 Mary E. Brown .. 8.70
Part NW' of NW4 See 31 2N 5E UU 230 T. G. Bishop -----------4.50
Lot 1 Porter Add ... ... V 434 Mima Cuthbert --------- 2.70
Pt lot 62 Blk 11 Barwick Add _IIIF 79 Carcy Cummings' .. .. 2.10
Pt lot 19 Parkhill Adi .......- WW 372 Minnie Cooper -------- 2.10
Pt NE', of SE'! Sec 302N5E ZZ 474 Walter Coe ----------- 3.90
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ...------ WW 347 E. G. Clayton ------- 3.90
Part lot 19 Dilworth Add ------- T 325 Maria Dallas------------ 5.10
Part lot 30 D ilworth Add ------. QQ 112 Mose Dallas ------------2.70
Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add ------ CC 213 Joseph Dallas ---------- 2.70
Part lot 4 Blk 21 Wirick E Add Lewis R. Davis --------- 2.10
Part lot 3 Porter Add -- Minnie Butler Davis 3.90
Part Elk 8 Wirick B Add------B E 456 Annie Devaughn-----2.70
"d':!Ut98D ktE Addd V An h n~gh\1:8A HELPFUL ELECTRIC REPAIR SERVICE
Part lot 9 D'ilworth Add------.VV 106 Joseph Dinkins-----2.70
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------ LL 302 R. H. Daniel 2.10
Part lot 2 A Denham Add V. 391 Est. L. J. Dawkins ------5.10
Part lot 33 Original Plan U
Monticello ......... PP 62 Est. L. J. Dawkins 48.60
Part lot 54 Original Plan
Monticello ----------------VV 262 Est. L. J. D'awkins -----12.60
Part NW% of NW' S30 2N SE Q 486 Amma Edwards Est. 5,10 Many f01ks have out-of-fix apPart lot 2 Dilworth Add TDC 178 E. H. Flipper 8.70
Part lot 4 Dilworth Add-- .. LL 88 E. H. Flipper 12.30 plan ses nt tI as1el f simply
Part lot 2 Blk 9 Wirick E Add ___ Dolphus Feacher -------2.70|\
Part NE of SE% See 19 Because they're uncertain as to
2N 5E ------------------WW 319 Farmers & Merchants "
Bank 8.10 "', where to have them repaired.,
Part SE of SE Sec 19 a\
2N SE -------------W----- W 319 Farmers & 'Merchants
Bank---------15.30 i
Lots 111, 112 Original Our "Service Station" plan
Plan Monticello -----------WW 288 Vernon M. Folson ------7.80
Lots 26, 27, 28 Academy Hts _WW 287 Ruth Pate Folsom 3.90 -- bing tl8 SpplinR OX80the co8d
------- --- --bring the appliance (and the cord)
to our office; leave it and we'll
turn it over to a competent
dealer repairman. After repairing it, he'll return it
to our office .where you can pick it up.
Don't do without the usefulness of
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have them repaired N0W.
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FRIDAY, -MAY 21, 1943 THE 1..NTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO FLORI DA SEVEN
.. MISS CAROLINE MR. H. T. FOLSOM
BRINSON ENTERTAINS GOES TO HIS REWARD
Social Activities DONE-KIRK
Mrs. J. B. Birinson entertained for Mr. H. T. Folsom who had been
Matter or copy for the Sopial Columzn to hbe sent to hiss iHel M. her daughter, Miss Caroline Brin- .ill for only a week, passed to the
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week son, with a buffet dinner on Mon- better world, Friday morning of
day night. The attractively appoint- last week at the home of his son,
ed dinner table was arranged for Thomas L. Folsom.
Mr. J. C. McDaniel, connected 'Major and Mrs. Charles F. Host- nine; the guests being Mr. and Mrs. A LU 'He was born July 1, 1869 in Jefwith the Soil Conservation Service law were the week -end guests of John Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ferson County, of Pernelia Woods
in this district for the past six Mr. and Mrs. W.tM. bl. craggs. Major Malloy, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wit- V BRIT1f51 7 y and Israel Folsom.
months, left Monday for Haines Ifostlaw served in World War I and liams and Lt. Robert M. Curtis. Mr. olsm was ife long resCity where 'he has been transferred, was State Service Officer .prior to M. dent of Je waeson Cunty Twentybeing returned to active duty. sotl
Mrs. R. A. Ridgeway, Mrs. L. 1. _____ Mrs. James Cooksey left, Monday, six Nears ago the fosmnily moved
Keen and Miss Mabel Merritt of Tal- 'Legionajres C. L. Pope and W. M. for Biloxi, Miss., where she will fro7n the tolso oldcelantil
lhassee, spent Sunday in Marianna Scruggs rereseited the local Le visit her' son, Kenneth Cooksfy, oth tlo ni
as guests of Mrs. Henry Keen. gion Post Atthe State convention who is in training there with the recent years Mr. Folsom and is
held in Jacksofiville, Fla., last Air Corps. eldest son, James, were in, retail
Mrs. John T. Caho of 'Columbus, Thursday and 'riday. Jess Davis, and wholesale grocery business
Ga., spent the week end with her p6stmaster, 'Ginesville, Fla., was 'Mrs. D. H. Mays of East End,, is For the past few years .the two
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T'. McClel- elected State Commander. aip a 'trip to Harrisbur av been engaged in varied types
Ian. Pa. of famig
k' fiss Margaret Stokley of Tanatia l rn aght, Deceirdber 19, 1894, he was marFRANCIS EDWARD CARNEY, JR. City speit last week end Wxith hr' her little Mairl is going to be with re'd to Miss Eleanor Viola Massey
-~~~o Thoma herty littlea girl istoiobewt
-.......... parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Stok- her husband stationed there. Mrs. of Th asa(County, Georgia, and to
Sergeant and Mrs. Francis Carney ey them were born four sons and five
announce the birth of a son, Fran- Ma- a expects to return next week. .. daughters: Messrs. James I., Thorcis Edward, Jr., Wednesday, lay Ensign T. B. McDonald, Jr., re- _"' as L., of Monticello, Vernon M., of
12, in Archbold Memorial Hospital, turned to New York, Thursday, af- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kuczmarski of Madison, Edwaid A., ,who passe'
Thdmasville, Ga. ter .visiting his parents, Mr. and Molitgomery, Ala., were week end .. away in 1912; and Mrs. Roy Smith
iMrs. Carney was formerly Miss Mrs. T. B. McDonald. He is coin- guests of Mr. Kuczmarski's sisters, of Agnes'Scott college, Decatur, Ga.,
Quintena Sle'dge. munications officer on a flag ship. Mrs. M. J. Bilinski and 'Mrs. W. M. 1Mrs. B. S. Preston of Ctoss City,
Sgt. Carney is attached to the Air --'. Davidson. Mrs. J. V. Snith of Haines City,
Corps with the Ary in ort Mr. aid Mrs. TheodoreT Slo a -'11s. Smit J.anMs. A.
rica.my orthAfof Mloidtrie, Ga.,, spent Saturday The Poppy, Sale will be May 29, ".F.. a egn offaria Mrs.
ofca 'olre G. R. Harrington ofj'Canal Point.
night with their brother in law and Saturday. 'Girls will be on the 'Mr. Folsom is also survived' by
sister Mr. and Mrs. W. L. -Maige. The streets all day, selling. Do your twelve grandchildren, three sisters
two couples left on Sun'dayfor H-at part and buy a poppy., and one lbrotler.
At You' 'iM re 't attend- ri M llainr. Folsom was a most reserved.
ed the wedding of iss 'Rachek' Mr. and'Mrs. Dor-is Mc~lellman and had' great strength of charOO uc Jones Gray' and Capt. W. L.Maige, young son, of Atlanta; Ga., spent actor. Steadfastness 'of 'principle,
Jr., which wFs an evn of Vednes -the week end with the former's parefirmness of purpose, uprightness in Food? day evening in that city. '- cuts, Mr. ahd Mrs. J. T. McClellan. lie an u riose vtion to
'They left Mou'day for :ewairk, N. J.,. ieanunltng e io t
Mrs. Charles L. Moore, Jr., who where Mr., MClellan is employed as euty wre some of his, gifts.
has 'been the guest of her husband's radio inspector. 'at '30 He fwos bre Mon l 16
parents here, left Saturday- night to -'1l.. C'y- t430P ..fo h otc'l
Our Everyday gjoin her husband, 'Sergi. Moore, in 'Mr. ali'd Mrs. outrell arrived Methodist Church of which 'he was
Charlotte, N. C. here Stlirday, from Haines City to a member., The hyitins suing were
Smake thi home. r o trel is the favortes of the deceased. The
make thei home Air., Courel is"
Staff:Serg, L Claxton Ker, of connected with the Soil Conserva- 'altar and 'the choir loft were filled
Staf ""'-"" Lyle. Clith Kflra ofns toen of his
Camp Blanding, sent the week end tion Service. i floral ofrngs, tokens of his
n i IvMr. and Mrs.-F. J. Carney have "Funt Lservices were conducted
returned to their home in Liberty- b the Rev. Henry 'Holmes and the
TowMrs. Hugh Fraser was called to 'ille, Il., after a visit of severalR E
Jacksonville on Tesday by the days with their daughter in law, -onorary pallbearers were
n P" death o her brother's widow, Mrs. Mrs. Francis Edward Carney, and Messrs. 1 Linton, Seymour Bras
Don ', Pay More sW George W. Parkhil Mrs. Piarkhill, a U. S. TASK FORCES OCCUPY AMCHITRA ~
u a. ah had a 'tliftigiring i.n..ss,'died ,ward Jr. ''- S. Army Air Force Photo-The above photo released by the War Jim Cook, John Anderson, J. N.
Jacksonville on' Tuesday' and ser- Department last Friday shows a jeep being towed out of the mud at tHawkins, R. M. Gilbert, Edward
PI G G ..Y vices ere held there on Wednes- Capt. and Mrs. Ieo M. Bilinski AmIchitka, when a joint United States Army and Navy Expeditionary Bra'swe l and>Dr. J. .'Brinson.
day morning. 'She was buried be- and daughter, Ella o, liave' been Force without opposition occupied Amchitka, establishing the farthest Active 'pall biaer. were Messrs.
side her husband in Eegente0eSOfCp.Bilinsi's pr
G JG LY Cemherh a i Evergreen the guests of Capt. i pan west air base for the 1T. S. The is] and, one of the Rat group, is 63 Parkhill 'Mys, John 'Cureton, T. B.
Gemeer.ents, Mr. and rs. 'M. J Binski. 'miles frout Japanese-held Itiska and is 1,700 miles froim Tokyo. Bid, rohi'er Rairiey, Bailey Stokley
-;. :' .' C.'D'I ,O !:: d: r
- '''' "Bill Williams, Edward Clayton and
L. G. Morris.'
Misses Madelon and Patty Reich- In te presence of his friends,
WAUKE ENAH ert, who are employed t Camp insmen ad neighbors, he was laid
Gordon Johnson, 6arrabelle, spent to rest in Roseland Cemetery.
the week enid at home. '
SCmenteery. ie leaves hin wife add ......... ek nisoIpd rti o eTax Certificates
*two daughter, sD oris and Mae Jean. B Roth, Pasto o. OS, 64, 70, 12, 75, 7, 73 ,& 74,
.idd T hFl 7th, 'day of 'Augst, A. D.
wfnw rrs. O la has returined here Sunday atchdol-10 :25 a. FO. TA h lEn m of
rehmore 'viiite 'Mr'wrkicel- a ae lliato frat
fer wisaidtresht a M ih-ain M. Pleaantie llti tis hereby obe issued then.' Said
friends' at leaines City or several Trainin UniT1-20 p. a Certilica enibrace the followingweek. Evening Worship-8 3 p. In. described property in the Countj of
Sei te shplant managers what a rost-pause means etenJtre o O a, o .
to workes in war producdon . Mrs. v 's"ehomtson e J'r., aid As to Certificte No 63:-Lot 152
@hich ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~'a made appicaio forl ae Tabxhd o HTE'S iDE" R EL
more workrntentment. And co oPiOnt baby sono Starke, Wrh.F rederick 80 p. m '$. Pea &chi oi Setin
after'a~~~~~9 visithiP 2it Northe RangnigWrhi-13 .i.e 4 iEst
iceemnt t a rived, o bday fora it wt ace o. '
irespasesn o tp e Mr. andM. W H T.he dson. As to Ce rtificate No. 64:-Lot i14
rests.paus e thy feeltas ap ish ent- sS I recany or oth oRan 4ect
mentis inte eased. That's a reason why' cal ticer o he aent of ", so P Sa orh id, an ect
beans dayof Aril, An' 13iark. V TO E SL WedRnesda
youfind ice-coldCo 6a welcome beans ae hi t Mrs.a u mOTICEL.0 FLOW As to Certificate No. 76:-Lot 360
inewaeplants.rd wee' cabin Mrs midstln 0I p i So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section
ior wrplames. Aee wet~re. baln inn W m id re ,1, Township 2 North, Range 4 East,
Icecold OcaOla goes beond just Mody evenng.y for I visitL Fwith -~2/ ars
ment. Its delicious goodness always Gay. viitn 'fe mother Tere, 2rs.rOha 05 4cre
E. h th i-Phipcot. d s S As to Certifisate No. 7:-Lot
delight you n tastHere. e3isaOMnk Ase C
MocaHCDlaS aond M r Lts i, h h SI o. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section
mad w ith pans hed eeeal i u artst onat P "O IN R CH A'N 15, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, ,
Morning Worship 11:30 o cacrns s 2 Noth, Range 4 ast
hunh Scell 1:0 A. M. CORA MDY As to Certificate No. 76:-Lot 267
Letters from plat managel4YromEvening Worship28830 o'clock. Orchid'o. in Seco coast t coastemo'csloctha MIeNIGHTrayrHOWetnionWe1esdayeve-ip 2 North, RangeEat
You th Fe aoshi 7:fo Poat FAlso SATURDAY, May 2 E s.
mens a lhot to orkrs idowarpnts.--------A to Certificte No Co.-iLot 13
Letterrefromshint mmaent~ "nfthm styI TEng Worship, 8OR 30O'clock. A &H ND Y PEcan& Orchid Co. in Section
coast to cthngs.. a iz hayto thre lt e. ~ Prye MeeiN g, AL We neda eve TI Y--A y HUM 24 25 6,TO v1 i 2 North, Range 4 East,
ment without turning from woirk. --SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.' '1The assessnient of said property
-Leonard C-arroll, HITLER'S CHILDREN under salid Certificates issued was
C omnp~ainant, in the name of 'Mabel V. Cook as to
vs. ~DIVORCE. Also- Certificate No. 63* Daisy -M.- Reeves
- Roxie 'Carroll, MARCH .OF TlIME'S as to Certificate No. 64; Unknown
'Defenidant. 'ZATE WRAR NEWiS as to 'Certificate No. 70'; Bessie -C.
- -' To 1R0xie Carroll, 'Whose Resideuce Ramsey as to Ctificates No. 72 &
- is Unknown: WED. & THURHS, 76; Catheryne M Stillwell as to
-oYou -ar heryrequired to eper- MAY 26 & 27 Certificat No. 75; Fideie" IaCyrdas
--titled Court in the Court -House at THE PA OFas to' Certificate No. 74.
3Monticello- Florida, on' Monday the Lee Tracy, Tom Brown renedsor icasshl)e
- ase to Bed of Cmlin for ra And LATE WAR NEW tyescIibedb theein shal be rsoto
in and' the -"Monticello 'News" a PLEASE DON'T CALL FOR oort of themfirst Monda clin sh
SJffeson published ridlinu ; RESERVATION ON SUNDAY, 7th, day of. June, 1943.
designated as the newspaper in MONDAY & TUESDAY ated this 5th, day of May,- 1943.
-which this order shall 'be published for "HITLER'S CHILDREN" (f-IRCUIT COURT SEAL)
. ~~~~regularly once each week for four FIRST COEFRTSERVED 'lr Cir~LYD or SAUL rso
. .Wconss te eekonorables E. -C. IREMEMBER-NO RESERVATION! County, Florida.
-Love and W. May Walker, JudgesTyceclCoaClwihouluc*as well as Clyde IH. Sauls, Clerk of __-"__-- '___"''"---You'll like the way its taste and refreshment -said Court and the seal of said
add to he pleaure of ating. ourt at Monticello, Florida, this YO0U N E E D J"ES U S'
addto he leaureof atig.24th day of April, A. D. 1943. -TO HELP SOLVE YOUR' PROBLEMS Thebes isalwys he ettr by!' --('CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Jesus said: "'I am the way, the truIth and the life. No man cometh
Th bstisalay te eterbul LYDE H. SAULS unto the Father but by me."-John 14:6 (The Bible).
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COL.A COMPANY BY -Clerk of Circuit 'Court ft~r Jeffer. Write for Free \Bible
son County, Florida. IAddress-GOSPEL ADVERTISERS ASSN. John H. Shum-an, -I --3431 N. Oakley Ayre., Chicago, Ill. MONTICELI.Q COCA-CQLA BOTTLING COMPANY Solicitor for Complainant.- 5-7-5t ____________________




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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Fiiday, May 21, 1943
THEY WEE P4 SPE &
WORLD' LARGEST SELLER AT UP
L E DABE T P4T-VSEp ds~ o
B S~4 $ / SRWIYNO CIRCLE Happiness as You Travel
0WHITE W.N1 1 4TES Happiness is niot a station you
arrive at, bit a manner of travel.
THE STORY So FAR: The story of "They'll be along,' I'd say. operating tables, sc the litters were ing.-argaret Lee Runleck.
their part In toe battle for the Philip- 'Any day-now.' lined up, waiting their turn, while MOL n
pines Is being told by fout of the five 'HeR they'd say lingustedly, the iurses'pithe4 it ing tok care
naval officers left <'ell,'ts the'd o saisgmothsl. ofth ure iore inurgery o ciareg a
PhM'"o of the mno surgehy -ceaninggO
of Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron 3. They 'W o'pe hmfrsxmnh.
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieu~ten- "'Suppose we don't,' tI say. 'Th~jis wounds, digging~ for shrapnel, band- 7Acid Indigestion
ait commander), stiad commander; place can last Si months. Wasn t agang.4There was no tiefo aged Relievedin5minutesor doublemoney back
Lieut.R. B. Kelly, second-in.commna; it built lk1 t n Giaa thetics except a quarter of a gram henexcesstomachacidcauespaiful sm
and Eislgns Anthony Akers and George tw dit ofetic snomhe, bctdhewoudepcrnfulsousfoemn
of atbu as"tha wounded Ink gag, to sfh ttomath y b heartburn dostid em--aNS
Co J r e h e lid a s namd to withst ond sieg ?' wap. ( regdo nd treecrine the uartesteactg medicnes knon ft e gy. s r v ie rs r e slng had i ne e b uilt y r g medicine like th seein r yleys h im
shipload of refugeeswetre brought to the we'd aredntb to modernies ifethp ,
he was, sent to thte tunnel1 hospital on "Only pret quc bege o "' naa netzi
Corregidor, where hie mta nurse named< out hwwrong I was Corregid of their lite wlth<'ou money~e bac ona aetare of bo
.10 and tell the n'urses 'to go, to It--it as. 25 at__alldruggists.
Peggy. Survivors from the sinking of a ha~d been 'builIt years ago and then e l"itn ~ c
shplado rfues er bogh t he wedagreed not 'to modernize if theho
hospital, and patients from manila were JapsThe raid had been going an
moved there. From them he learned We kett e re they dn. hen all of a sudden the lights went S A SHELBY
how badly the warwas going fo us. A Anyway, amnitio and ovisions utd ehala mnute the 18 A
A membe of te tank corps is~ speaking. ha w 'oshr e1<'k'wndbo h4prouced flashlights. I rememx-n AND~ '
ing' good to hold out three months. bePeggy ending there holding a
CHAPTER IV "A'few days after that the nurses 1ha s bd o SHARPER
m my warde buzzing aroud- probed for some shrapnel in his kid- BECAUSE
"hthpeetyortn?*heard some talk about a party they -ny o ol e e aeadTHEY'RE
~gvn n o ouyk?' e You could see her face and_0
"'We were lying on our side in' ere ig i green yesof hers 'HI.
evening, inviting their boy friends, th ig reflected back Iu fC0dl That ]6addy, comeover And look a~t us. We played Po o the most part were young this guy's back, and just then there ar single edoe
possum in there all day. They tried t n was a terrific crunching bang-a or10C
to open our door with bayonets, t alost fel out of m cot that bomb had landed right outside the C f
we had it locked. In the afternoon ate wen Pggy d tunnel entrance-and withit a sud Maofactured andguaronteed by
a Jap officer looked at us through ly offhand way, asked 'me if' den blat of air through the tunnel. .
the slots-all of us lying still, hold- k o g It as Iee, of course' It wasn't nice, and yet I don't think ing breath, and then he said, in to be chosen, by the girl I liked best' Peggy's hand even wobbled. I
English, "They're all dead." out of 10,999 other men on, that
e fgured it s a trick ok, s f whm l and we foud one hospital-corps man o
/ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ie asuea tnuhin~0 oe an whaiter~~1
kept right on playing possum, and, gie nerjs otl oawiehad crawled under a bed. He wasn't .. E MY.
sure enough, in bout an hour they grl. Iu ed, het bmeh tootheinn even sheepish. 'You're damn right REEE te stingn itch-allay
cam bak fr notei ook Bt to. liedher bu th ohergirs I ws sare,'he' sid 'Thoug wevee yn i xctly the same alo~c ~ ben.aiigpet the whole place wa coming !ownoo
posit ons. This time they aB d ofedr s d beena dao t e hg 8358 today
:dh"sust~ g"""nisd'y eo a teady- cnd hat the hell us gashah 2-6 ys.
few digsedgut ad~ '~abfc anke aofm. nii a ked bac had not moved. Hell "ot
About an, hour after daik we'lis- A aa fie na ryhsia fine, nervy girl to have in a war. I M I
tened cArefully, -and then unlocked.- -here today, gone tomorrow-so I aO any o tim lingyideaaad the prof s use:
our door. Sure enough, they'd gone, "But it was, getting on toward New ic-rac is certain to delight the
so we b~eat it. for "the rgad. -t Year's, and bad news began to come. arer. at BJS
" 'Tell me 7hat became- of your from Manila. Thfe Japs, were clos- '***
shoes,' I aske him. I coudn't ing in." Pisisizes2, 3, 4,5
re )-ow an ex~perienced< soldier PatternNoe 83i In size Pr
uteho anexerincd ,olier"Bt ,er fe o thm reaizd i ,and 6 years. Size 3 takes 1% yards 35woul 'ever let hinlself get separat- in Manila,' said Akers. "I was trmire
ed from his shoes. The kid gjinned therewunusua la demand and EGETABL
sheepishly. 'I guess that was a from December 13 until Manila fell. current war conditions, slightly more time
damn-fool trick,' he said, 'You see is required in filling orders to a few of
it had been hotter than hell in that seaplane, took him out to join t th me,
tank, 4ad we were >all dit and tao:ohi~ottoi i P~e~e
Dutch East Indies fleet. 34-41S o Sour Stomac
tired ahd sweaty, so we decided to 11Y
ru~a gey couln crighci. SEIN IRCL PATEN DEPT. adDizR
take a bath in a creek just across rale. Ihe average Filipino had a 'i'j Always Right. whe
the rice paddy. But we had to go ildish belief in us., He as oi caused by Come
tough mud to get there, so, keep- sollitely-certain that the Amerians u hny're Enose 20 cents in oins for each stipation. 4
i ~g our clothes on until we got to would be there net week w w g this flattering princess pattern desid onlyas directed.
the water hole, we took off our toflequpmen. De ad-sure thatour house frock Pattern No.......... .ize.... 15 does f
shpes ad'hid them in the tall grass.American soldiers would'throwback Name .......
Bit when we got back we hunted the Japanese. Believed all the opti Pattern No. a3so is In sizes 34,6 38,
for several hours, and we couldn't mistic broadcasts and rumors. 40,0 2st,46 and 48 echam 3 tes i *
Eind that grass clump. 'Finally we "When a raid would come,, of -rac.
Started on, barefooted. course, they were pretty excitab e. ubwa Factor
Btwhe re gner tn e Japs? 'We slept aboard the boat,and when Fetching Dress.
"T o o h tathe bombs started -down, we were 170UNGSTERS will look as pret- In-a London suburb, a large facManila. The next night we r supposed to get away from the ty I and, graceful as a ballet tory making electrical equipment
resting by the roadside. We heard wharf and out into the bay, \Some- dne nti ecigdes-T' o icati-oty4 etwd
a nois behid usso wescootd lowdanr in~ tis fetching dress. The for~ aircraftis only 40 feet wie a noise behind us, so we scootedlow times people used to stow heart hape of the neckline which but seven miles long. It occupy
roa' eand shs m re ofise thehhotbs thogh is repeat d at the waist, is a dar- an unused subway.
o4 4nd s~ on bicycles-all headed toward Ma- Right up to the end there were big ,
n It seemed to be a Jap recon- dances at. the Manila Hotel, and e.epnaissane patrol, because behind 'could watch the Filipino boys ? ?
them came trucks and' guns and i- in uniform, telling their girls, about ? A quiz with answers offering ?
fantry, going by in the dark-so close their heroic exploits. And there ?.
we could have reached out and were plenty of them ro tell,too. ?Ainformationonvarioussubjects .
touched them. If we'd had a ma- "But over at the American Army A N O TH ER 0
chn uw ol aewpdot^.and Navy Club, they knew what the 'L c,. ,C c. c-.,>.c c.>c c' c- swe- c es++_ -_. C'C.*'.*_*_**.*'.C-*
severa hundred, but we only had score was. They didn't feel like 1 b lst orde
or45's. They Ikept u~p most of that w ~ a hydd' ''ere 1.k Are Amierican soldiers bigger" 4. Our fliers call the Norden
ntonegupe pp moan at~ dancing there. Their faces were than they wee in Word War I? bombsight, the secret device that
night-one dru stpetadaehhnteywr i oldWrI
c oww th aroad b' o unte teatany residents of the allows hem to do ucanny pectchw ente croad nk opp~~dosie' "Of course the higher-up Fillinos ee Pe uw r~i u~nY
wye wr scared~ ustif/ Ithe'd, i~ coe naota yur nv h rt W'ud" United States baldheaded? sioii bombing, the "Blue Ox.".' "
over and us. It was hard for k"e newein or t a o ithla long face, you could be sure 3. What speed does the swing of 5 Alaska (on the Pacific and
the ouned t li quet. ur ankthey scame back for another look." he was a Senator, or better. pleO" .i m otis7 e
driver had a rivet stuck in his "I had a girl there-Dolores was ..
throat-every time he took'a drink, hadn't let myself get* tarted think- he first name, and by Americt 5. ha p e o fte Unite cen o orldat d
the water would come leaking out- ing-or tried not to, anyway. taards she was god-oking a Sates borders n twt oceans? 7. A. et phrase or wa. e SOD is
standard sh a6go-okiga TeISOTGN.EHDi
and the radio operator's arm was ."Naturally, I. said sure' I nted hell. Her father was apa,niard 6. If your ring is stamped 18K, 9. L m t n the best direct attack with Which
fll of shrapnelfrom an' exploding~ to go. So Peggy said she'd see, if from Catalonia and her mother was h u ol does it contain? onit htreet Idispose of a fly. Acren gauge
bullet. The rest of us were okay, she could fix it with the doctor. And a mestiza. She'd been elected Miss .gun and a number six shell
but our feet were getting damned after she got through with him, he Philippines a year or so Jbefore. 8. Which is the world's,1largest raise havoc with the fly as well
sore. was certain it would do me good, Fairly tall' and lithe,/wth big black *cathedral?1We h od etotta as the neighborhood. Result: a
'At dawn we stopped by acnative if I was back in the ward by ten e'es and enough of the Oriental so 9. uWh street of London coman Idier teovrd wante putta dead ly usually calls forth a
village' thtotwa~ h~ ofollect- th othee brunette byot I''w pares to ou La alle-street or W al S lir ov seas wanted pack- caused police depar ~ ent. A
village to collect sone soes,' "Here in Newport maybe you you'd never forget her face 'among ages from home-the response was beter wy is to
their feet were all too smill." wouldni't'think it was much of a pat-* the other brunettes you know. street? so overwhelming that Uncle 'Sam 9
'How'd they treat you?' sty. .Butit was a swell night, with a: "Her father I think- was a Senator, 10 h anout of heat requi reluctantly had to call a halt. ToI'Fine'-gaveu all, th'e food we ayoo to ras tlhtKQ elmerctr ofa tonelah~t o -big moon hanging over Manila'Bay and the family had a hell of raise th mpe ue of one day, due to shipping space,4here
eat y see tey -paceful-and bestof.all, the girls money. His brother owned t o t ne degree Fahr are Post Office restrictions on
didn't want us around. Afraid the had broken out with their civilian' mines They had- a big colonfar heit is called *hat? 'packages to overseas Army men- ,sNG LE FO
Japs wouldLfind us hiding there and dresses. That doesn't sound like house in the suburbs. Usually when but you can still send packages FLYPAPE
shoot them too. You couldn't blame much, but qn look at them after I was invited out she'd send a car bThe Ansers to soldiers ins the U. S., and tofais.
the natives. So we 'got out, and seeing nothing but uniforms for down for me, but'the first time I A Sirs es, and Cast E n t er
'spent the other.six days of th trip months was like tip back home. war coming out alne, she said never 1. Yes. They average twoinches Guardsmien wherever they aa- du J_ d gc stors
sleing in ditches or brush cumps, Iakeup too-they looked sodamnegl md~ abu ~directions.-and so it taller and are 14 pounds heavier. Whdu you~o,*r6 eernbr---on of to
walking nights' n ice you, could eat them" with'a turned out.' Every traffic>cop I met' 2. The "'Sure, and< so were we. The, tank 'touch of perfumea in' her hair-any- point me on my wy So they were 'Quiincy" Adams. Sales records fin Post Exchnges
driver 'with' Japs would g'et him and we' couldn't 'Rose'of Sanl Antone' a dozen tiess it was coming so soon. Th~e last timie ~'attains a speed of 40 miles any hour. of Camnels today.-Adv. spare him a gun-we had only three -and Peggy' and I figured out a. way I saw hek,\ust before the Japs 'came' 45's for the six of us.' wel could dance with my arm in a in; shie knew M~anila had been de-' "" 'What did 'you do, carry, him?' 'sling. 'And afterward we sat out on "clared an open city, buit she thoughth'
" 'Hell, nio. We gave>,himn a 45, the grass agd talked. I remember that:'onl Txeant there wouldn't'be/
told him he'd better use it now if someone saying,> 'You think they'll any"more bombs. All that night the N "H g TA g gK
'.he wasn't coming with us. So he ever bomrb this place?' Of 'couirse 'southerni arimy ,had been\ moving I a m 811BB changed 'his mi~ind, and decided to we knew evential thywud but 'through Maia tring to get 'to
'come on.-" He made it, too." But it tiatnight the war seetneda thquisand Bataan before ,they .were cut' on~, rFO RCES
took plenty of guts.' ''imies away. 'Oily somebody spoiled' but she didn timnow hat the march- 'CAMELS "None of them lacked' that." T'ere' it 'all, by asking P'eggy wheit this. mg~ mean4 That nigthrncea(JS
'Kelly shook his'heade "Sorbetimes medical. offcer FWas getting back tough ojd 'Spaniard who hnd'mines ALWAY
trainmg, often equipmejit, but tiever fro~ ,Bataan," and she said she all over~ the 'wot'ld .got pretty drunk. "fRON NOR$$$' 'TRAVEL WITH
guts. 'tho'd'*he tomorrow. '' and alrndost had a. row with her' fa- ~ E HYV
"But getting back to that hos. "Next' day I was, out ii the court- ther, tite tfator. 'o tns'E..TEYV
'pital. I Went back ito my bunk. yard 'getting' sorrie fresh' air,"' Lieu- "The uncle said..the whole messaGOWHTI Peggy helped me get'rmy 'arm 'set-' tenant Kelly' 'who "was in'yalidedl in vias the fault of this opposition fac- TAKES INY *"
tied,. and we~ talked' a' little bit, She the' tunnel 'hospital' at Coriregidlor tion of Filipine politicians hollering fos 1gto was a smart girl. Having been contirtzd:~ "I wps alloWed a certain their silly heads~ off for independ- TASTEf ANDns'ooofea"
with the Regular Army, 'she knew number 'of hours>per Lday otut of my ence-no wonder the Amnericans, if "THINd SKINS" -"' MILDNESS. I'VE
real 'soldiers when she saw~ them' bunk-when the air-raid alarm went they were getting 'ouit' in four more and" you didn't have' to' talk"'lo'ng off,~ but" by now" we didn't pay 'any years, hadn't socked a>lot of money fo*uaroedtrck$MOK with these poor brave kids who were attentionn~ I looked' up 'to notice that into fortifications. 'Then hp cussed a O ER
~so green they forgot' their shoes to 'nine Jap planes were going over- Ahe Filipino9 politicians out' for not"C M L
know what the' score was.' Here we head, but what 'the hell, 'they did 'appr'opriatingmone 'or the army- "for"the service man's favorite cigarette were, trying to 'hold off the Japs 'that 'all th'e time6, and of'coiurse'the 'they'd'set MacArthur up with a big 'with less than two thousand 'regu- anti-aircraft opened up-just a' for- i"alary' and 'a penthouse, and then FIRfS f IN TH fgSgVfgE
lars, plus ~these green kids who had mality, because they 'were up ouzt ofhrl given. him a 'dime" to train 'WithmienintheArmy,Navy,Maine ~really been' sent here to polish off- range-when' all of a sudden-Baml and equip an, armoy-it was all win- Corps, and Coast Guard,the favorite*
their training, 'plus thousands of Fil- the whole Rock seemed to jump, and dow-dressing, iaet sCml.(ae nata
ipino boy's just as brave' but just as we made a dive for the tunnel,' be-' "He said he wasn't so worried 'sales records in Post Ex.1 green, most of whom had never been cause at last they were bombing us. about himself because he owned cagsn~nen.
in. uniform until a few weeks before "It was quite a pasting. "Half an plenty of property outside the is- \'<
the war started. 'hour later a batch of nurses came lands. But he told the Senator he'd 'Where in hell's the navy?' in in an ambulance-pretty well probably end up pulling a rickhsa 'they'd askc me. 'Why aren't they shaken up.~ They'd been strafed- for his part in this independence bringing us tanks and planes and had to leave the ambulance and run foolishness, and serve him damned more men? It only takes two weeks for the roadside ditches. A few mini- well right. So I could see there' to get here from iPearl 'Harbor.' Of utes later the wounded began to were a few natives who knew whale course none of them knew what had come in-all the serious 'cases vient' the score was.
happened at 'Pearl Hiarbor. into miy ward. ~They had only two '(TO BE CONTINUED)' '<'




itN TFHE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1943
I WENT TO CHURCH TK.
LAST SUNDAY MORNING CAN THAT UMBRELLA TAKE IT? SPORTSMANS CORNER
By "Eaion" A column .devoted to the
(Editor's Note: The following titrest of Jefferson County
:i Vidli'eand "iLs preserato
article on the Churches of fonticel- idf and ts presevtio
lo, is the third of a series; the first, *.................- ...................-.........
Revival Services at First Baptist' Edited y W. Carroll
Church, Rev. 'Mr. Roth, pastor; the E
second, Men's Bible Class and Div- 'How much do you valui and
ine Service; The Presbyterian appree:ate your birds?.
Church, Rev. Mr. Wallace, minister. If you are like the majority of us
The author is I well known writer 'the answer is 'very ltt e, if an
whose work is familar to readers of A We see them around us all the
The News). K'time, accept them as a' matter of
Easter Sunday, April 25.-"He is course a never gt thep6ture of
not here, He is risen." Morning wh-at they mean to us or wvhat lfe
worship at the Methodist Church, would be without then.
Monticello, Fla., Rev. E. Nash Phil- P You who have flo er gardens and
pot, minister. "shruibs and get so much real pleaspoll minister.
The writer attended morning ire out of their beauty: supplife
worship this sunny. Easter, because there were no birds in your garden.
something understandable impelled How empty it would be! You who
.ad h .S .h..... ........ ........ pay; you mo e o ew si
his steps to this .beautiful church, pay your money for a new shrybo
standing as though on guard, one 'K SHELL FOR SCRAP plant or flower: h1ow gladly would
block away on ihe southern flank ypu pay almost any price to bring
iie away o~n t[he :south ln
of Florida's historic Spanish Trail Iock Island, Ill.-Spl. CFI photo your garden to life by: bridgin
e wasa reaon, vital,
True, there was a'reason, vital and to The News fromi Cliff Lant.- them back.
sufficient to the writer to come t Richard ($pike) Bergeron of, Rock Get up some morning before the
worship here, today. He had read Island straddles a Civil War shell fit sign of light, go into your garbut a few hours before .a post card picted dls Cith W r LEADS U. S. N O BIZERTE rsit on yourporch aitd listen
picked upby his father,' Capt, (tT~ en or'st ~.yu lrhadil
frmthe: Adju~ata Gnea Q h
fron the Adjutaht General -ofthe i George Bergeron. ( rith the U. S. Headqu s in Norh Af- to the bird world awakening You'll
ArmV furnishing, a iew address in Army somewhere'in the Pacific) on ricaSudphoto-This is a fi- hea bird notes you iever heard
the rca-Sundphto-Tis isall ffi-before a~nd can't identify the shar
the service for a young protege, a M4 C.Ft he battleifield jof Qhickamauga, cial TU S. Army Signal Corps photo
paratrdoper, a boy whose sunny Ten. The 90-pond shell is being -aj. Gen. Oa adley has r- call of the crested fly catcher, the
nature, cool courage and clean turned tn for scrap. placed Ideut Gen George S. Pator 'peter, peter, peter" of the tufted
placed~e liu.Gn eogo.Pto
ideals has broughtt out of bleakness then he would have realized 'what strained; then the offertory whileC titmouse, a whippoorwill calling
a warin feeling of affection, the love he -was fighting for, for what pur- the organ peals h subdued p in- e ti av Commander of the Ainerica n fast as if hie knew day was ei ning
of an adopted ,son, returned 'a Thous se hat gr e covoy-breasted the tiveness, Sawyer's "Cathedral iev- 1 ,, th ve storage f vr 'a Dtvight d Erisentowe announced en ihe would sing n bo w indfold. It was at this church of wild ocean -ites with a rndez- ie. century of service, to gaze again at last Friday. Bradley, atn infantry night. Here and there a bbb-white
Godi he recalled, some few, months vo'us -at a foreign port, outpost of a- Vocal Solo the five great Gothic 'stained glass expert, as umed his new r- iand .11 sa I.vhistling; the jay's and
a~o tha he woshppd wihteln hr ohn u et ~sh ,and wren andl cardinals
ago,. that he worshipped viith the lashi where nothing but death A young voice, promising in its windows flanki-g the East; the April 16 upon transfer of the Airer- i anirn a inls,
ande man oteswilmn-lhi
paratrooper, resplendent in his nebw haunts the andscape, patrols the soprano range, soars from the choir high pitched roof sustained by great: icans from the' rocky region ; and nu others uniform, wearing proudly yet hum- air and lays blanket of desolatioi n, solo. It is Miss Nell Hawkins' rushes of the Pentagon Gothic 'SouthetTunisia, whete atmor v good mornings with the chatter of bly' his Wings of brushe~ bronze, teror and Oating flam o'er its rendition of an age-old hnn to semi-elipt cal period;, the hand- essential to the notiern mountains sparrpws id the songs of t pinned there by a Major General of sun' -dre'e< sands. Ys it es of memories some restrained apointens f where the use o infantry e r that almost dro
Army General Staff for proficiency for this in pat L p t, others
in al tets o'Thrcliue prll~i~cy r 'p. .f tha thE ~ The Semon. altar, 'organ, pulpit, but, added. to vitl, ,Eisenhower said. Thus B~r- Wh da Wth h
ini alltests of Parachute Infantry of pushed on, evei forward for .it It Is been the writer's privilege thespacious rectangle of the church ley was i- cliarge of the Ainericarts When day breaks, watch them the Airborne Command. -lone guarante d thedeace- to hear many great pulpit orators; auditoriun and its, comfortable d d i while ch so bestsfy and so pet
Morning Worship' nity 'f this Easter Day Baptism of many por ones; and to report im- seating arrangements-ts-a House of a thing 1 1
There was a quiet air of expecta- the Infants here in the heart o' the pressions oa church Sernmon is onie God, stewarded by a Godly Manyof Bizere. The Allied coinniander-in- We just don't notice them; if we tion amongst the congregation and Deep South t test the reporter's command of ie C1oth, sustained in dignity, chiePaid'hi tribtteto*Gen Pa did,we would place a value on
v;ogk'inhera
visiting uniformed men, as the writ- The Anthem -:.. style aid word. Over-praise is peaee and fellowship (by an earnest ton for his outstaii ng -ork m the hem that could Dnot be indicated
er was seated to listen to the joyous 'Praise to Thee," Kilpatrick's nadlin, underpraise, acknowledge- sympathetic congregation of pray- southern sector. Bradley i 50,years by the dollar sign before any numharmonics of the prelude, 'Hail, melodiou horal masterpiece, floats me- of defeat. But here, th is Eas- l M M be o g
Festal Day" followed by the' proces- over the congregationena the hi ful n won and children. u dnd na native f Mober M. b oi res.
-conheeaton onieledrn~ ern aed y'p ir.........'....'~t
s i onal, Worship The King," and vocs choir atune to the watched hexpressive gestures of
the call to -worship;,its accompany- msical interiprtatii of the sore the minster, wieigled anrd analized ing hymn No. 1I54 being stg 'by hy the church organist, Mrs. James the logic of his argument; discountchoir and congregation. The Apos R. Cooksey. There is a dramatic I g the secular background of the h s Polcy
1s1s' Creed, prayer and responsive me o-soprano in solo. The writ- great altar and the church, lhe' reading (Easter Day) were then .i-e' glance quests the choi yes, it reached a onclusin that only exorder, leading to The Gloria Pairi isMrs. Philpot Whe write closed experience te che-s -ths preacher beaMd the Baptism of Infants,e perhaps his es to drean and drink in the lieved in what he preached. Yes, N A
the most irssive ritual o the tirious song, for it isMrs.Philpot, and that very verwhelming verity P ay ys U 4ER AI. E X P E NE
Church. Six proud parents h rt o he b vtte oice is Melba's; AMelba il of belief made his audience believe. C
before the altar and the representa- her greatest lyri cal triumph, Un a That is, in brief .the writer's aptive of God, the minister of' the f urtiia lriha" (A Tear From praisal o the' minister and' his
church, six tiny infants tastefully Your Eye). Melba's voice had that theme, "He is not here, He is risenw."
attired ii white to receive the holy fluid control, that, tingling prysta ''e liainted with graphic strokes a -A Dea th s
sacrament of baptism; to be admit- c clarity, which culd transpose into word picture ,and ,his "udienceted to that prized heritage of Chris e rang of sopan Donnezzettis stood there with him at the Tomb Burial Security fo Individuals or Entire Families
the rang Ofl ossibne .0;I0:F~i
tians, meinbership in Holy Mother greatest of ail tenor -arias. The an- io say with him, "le is not here, Nine out of ten families are unpre- sire a funeral in keeping with their
Church. this over, the conregation re-: He is risen. Amen. pared for either the shockof grief standard of living and Het be urtmIible
The writer wished that the para- 1xes to witness the reception of Benedietion, Doxology, Postlude f orhei train cu of ria le
trooper were here at this ment members, impressive ad re- W leave as the morning worship othe financial strai causd by the to have t becus of financial un
____________unexupected death of alvdoe rprdes
. Grief is even harder to stand when.
there is no money on hand to cover Even though you may have paid only
funeral expenses. No longer is it nec- one Atlas premium and "misfortune
essary for a family to blindly choose overtakes some member of your fama funeral beyond their means and ily group the full amount of the
later find themselves embarrassed Atlas policy is paid to you, or your
over inability to pay for it--or to de- family.
............I .. ". R Briefly: --- ere are some of the .dvantages
Leonra straightened the objes 1. Atla Life Insurance Cm Funeral Director tey pr- tional grief as well as finanLeoor sraglteedth ojetspan provides policies to for. cil strain;
on her desk with great care. She had- ., ...y--..............
the de and he om supply money for unexpect money Is paid In cash. to be Rates are amqng the very
Facing the door so that when her ed funeral expenses. used as the famly sees fit. lowest in Ameripa today.
mother came in she would have to l. Polies for one person, or 6. No medical examination re- 10. Legal Reserve. Company opcross the wh ole room under Lo- family groups, covering old quired for any member of eating under' he rigid sunora's stern executive eye to'get to and young alike. the family, or individuals in pervislon of State Insurance
her. Frommovies and pictures in the Afew cents may pay for a good health. / Department.
newsapes Lonoa hd gtte a$125,. $250, or even a $50 7. You can't lose--as the pot 4y7"11.' Sold by Agents' of Atlas Life
good idea of how the desk of a busy #'"A6 funeral. 'has pald-un cash values.. Insurance. Company In y'ouri'
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Withamnt. mpo ,raswl DLeonorn .... ......
picked up a sheet of paper. Now she owoman, and her own stenographer. GA*HER' 'FOR INTERNATIONAL~ FOOD CONIFERENCE.__ rq edwywingo hat.
"Miss Simpkins, stake a letter to the
Secretary of the Treasury, will you?"' I-ot Springs, Va.-Soundphoto-lI t's a safe 'bet that history is being ->
sh mrmre un es immediate-- written at the food conference which is in piroglress at -the Homnestead
,-'a ly," she mur- Hlotel 'here. ,According to latest reports, the press is barred from get--
/4mured back at ting first,. hand~ information. About 20-0 armed soldiers are on hand 1o
eorasef."e prevent them. Photo shows reporters and cameramen presenting full M
hleonho atear credentials to t'he police. s
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II'1 kins benxt over the ; # '~M A Y
sheet of paper
'hanging onr the words about to fall,
"Dear 1Mr. Morgenthau," "Got '4z
thbht?"'- "Yes, madam."'
"I am ahem thirteen years ~~--
service to th3e country at this time, -. .-'
ahem! Of"I earn a'weekly income of from Agh I' ISRACECMPN
$1.37 to $2.12 by helping with 'the M ai S"PS]AC
an ato pesea i poseso ofne Pease send me complete information on your policies for,
War Savings Bond and am buying CO UP N pa i uneral Exjienses.
stamps weekly. I want to become a V
member of the10percent Club. I ;
feel it to be -ahem -not only my ---duty, but my privilege' ("How do ---~,
you spell privilege?" asked MViss
these details," said Leonora)-my
privleg asan Americap to invest
at least ten percent of my income in HOME OFFICE-TAMPA, FLlA.
War Bonds.
Yours truly," PANZER GENERALS CAPTURED IN BIZERTE PHONE OR SEE ONE OF OUR SPECIAL AGENTS
"Get that off at once, Miss Simpkins," said Leonora. "Yes, Ma'am! Tunisia Soundphoto- U. S. Army Signal Corps Radiophoto- GenerYou certainly are an important al Cramer, commander of all the Ax is armored forces in Tunisia, and woan maa,"si isSm-General lVon Broitch, conimander of the 10th Panzer Division, are
(L etter from an actual communi- shown after their capture in the area of the Bizerte naval base. They ) I / Z~S LLj / Z1 e/YZit O/7Zi~ e
cation in the files of the Treasury are two of the seventeen (German generals captured in the final
Departmentn) U. S. Treasury Department phase of the battle of Tunisia. MONICELLO, FLORIDA-




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