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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
Creation Date:
January 5, 2005
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
semiweekly
regular
Language:
English
Edition:
v.58 no.46 June 4, 1943

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates:
30.54543 x -83.870842

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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0746-5297 ( ISSN )

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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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...THE .ONO rHNE SED CLAY HILL
i The Great hdl SECTION.. ... .O.. .F .. ,, .. ?, .... .... ... ...."" -, .... ...... .... ,
TH NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY FLORA'S IDEAL FA RING AND DAIRYING SECTION
N 45 MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943 FIVE CENTS A COPY
TWENTY-NINE PUPILS ERRORS BEING MADE HIrH TRIBUTE STREET DEPARTMENT,
RECEIVE DIPLOMAg FILLING QUT,RATION PRID SPEAR ASKS CO-OPERATION
...BOOK APPLICATIONS RICHARD SIMPSON ,OF RESIDENTS Twenty-nine received high school 0
diplomas during the annual Com- Many errors are:being made in Richard 1I. Simpson,:Speaker of The udder igned as Marshal,
i nencemnt exercises he'd in the filing out and mailinfipplicatious the House, Was paid higl tratite would like to call attention to t
cleeriaryschol udiorim Fi- orRat.on Book No 3, according to for "accurate, fair anid effiext war- necessity concerning ourStre
evening May 28. R. !C. )-arshall, district information wo; as presiding officer, by {ide department.
Dr. Doak Campbell, president officer.: tydour neibers last Thursday, Due to h gh eost and scarcity of
of Florida State College for W'omlenl Following are some of the mostlwho said that 'Mr. Simpson's deci- labor, and'limited transportation
dv the address, taking as his pronounced errors reported:, iois "have been invariably fair, families of the town, we are asing
/ subject "D~elts." 'FHe spoke of thle ,1. Failure to write signature on just and 'beyond cr ticisni." al9tzntoburn all trash colgreat dea citizens of today oe bottom lie of application i long- The House also Unaniously voted elected about their premises, and to
th o chad. t t ep. Simpson the leather keep the parkways in front of pre- e BOOf, APPLI TIONSSRDENAD WILCPSON OP RESIDENTS
to fnlepinereofedtigs sChtrool pee
i cotribut:ndu s wrg hei n inake 2. Failure to tear off the sub chair e had used as Speaker of the 1ses and along sidewalks fr e of present day livingresier and hore which is you a receipt. House, in "appreciation fo distinl- weeds, as this costs the 'town himpleasurable, and point d out that \ 3. Failure to put full address. gutished service." dreds of dollars each year
there are millions of ways in which 4. Failure to put dates of birth. Due to above facts the town vill
o May pay his debt to civilzation. Failure dto put date at left of n t be able to continue this service,
In closing, Dr. Campbell left with 4off-.icaer bottmebr lasehrsan e to vtand youue op
them [li '11O .c 6. Fallure to place correct. post- oration in this: war clergepcy.
SFon t taol d ort mno r oloin LIBERIAN PRESIDENT WEohCOMED TO WHaITd HOUSE A 3-cent stamp is required in this The Department has twnty
controls tomorrow," stressing t e Washington, Dro Co-President Ro oseelt as ae welcomed tPresident county. miles of dirtstreets now to keep in
importce in th e future of the Edwin Barclay of teria, who is here o a State visit to te White Check o aviation very care- i n a ts
staityoftha t nkng. oixe.fully before majiling it in order to to sweep; ninety-six catch-basins
a mtbilias f itoduayd byouo i f save further difficulties and loss of to keep o hiled and cleaned; clean the
Dr.~~~~~I Capbllwsrr~rduenb
Superintendent W. J.1 tunt e. business district of the town each
oucknt day, plus twice on Satuieday; a
SE. LJones aierd seAPTAIN METHODIST CHURCH NEW METHOD SPEEDS Pr o eeicr. tyar. I' I I DELIVERY teedplot which has a lot of shrubs
as rsta ard woenti et y Friends were pleased tt 1aarn of Mrs. Frthur Jt Moore, of Atlanta, oind hpeigrs to keepl trimmed aside
Meatti mow
Patterson, the senior haing thw the promation of J. Herman Hughes, will: speak in4 the Me;dist Church, The new' method of speedirig up ng the lawn regularly.
S v o ss. ss toCaptain. ':Captain HughesJune 11, at 4 o'clock. The public ial re tu dt n of he Department has three mei,
erwioileave Camp Croft S. C., June &- is invgtud to lear her. a branch post office number to'the itli one tractor and cart to take
t forr Ft. Benning, Ga., for a three care of items mentioned .above,
cu 'on to the ari Z,
for being vedicriai of the class. monts' course Afi the co e- LK 4recities, is bigplaced i ope- which is our routine work, aside
Se o for the goot Wsof this course lie will reurn to D n rapidly Reports merom many from xtra work. which ordinarily
p citieshi inl fuur s e Cam Croft, S. ir NhW sAhere itie s indiec e that it ias been re- course
% he tudesi'e, oi the tre
to Betty Biewh. ~ OPA orders, issued Tuesday,, eived enthusiastically by thetpress Tep derained fo the utiee
Gladys s o the meal for Lt HilG. Hues is still station- brought cane lk under ra-postmasters, isiness concerns a eep, hins th, b
efion,~hei contnue "eoun" ,erdnsfy"Payr
Coutstandpork in the field f ed somewheresvin Indfta wd is tioni proran. Effecve on Ihe epublictie o r i.
science a pilot of B25 Bombe The ai Wednesday, Jue 2, aned ad ithi a w days afte initiation AR4 FOSTh
Mr Joes also press d se ord reIeived vas a g Teting oE O aporated, nmilk were rationed at of the plan, under instrtions ofae
certificate to Marnita Hatchett The Moter Da to his other At H one point per pound Buys i Postmaster Genral Frank C. Wal
certificate was given y he in- J aton s their red stamps in Ration Book r, nearly all thepostmasters ine GENERALS EVIEW Chn. Street Dept y.
structor, r. Waller Whitlock, of N'. 2. oflarHe cities affected :had assigned TROOPS eNaCASABLANCA
Madiso, wi accoaied he in ile supplies are redue, they postal unit numbers to their branch
two; voal umbers.. CLAYTON. R. are reported to be adequate t meet offices, millions of residents had Caos blaoa ev iewit nh the MONT ICEL C A
iT. T. Turnbull chairman of theatre eehte tof nthue to bth op bre R-s iCE aD. ar to NE
school board presented the diplo- M COURSE of this natina- addesatontei ddre ses, a a. con m m The outice eost Office will
mahOPA ures that only persons un- sderable b volume of ial already i
Ms, 1f r Imi pra si t 5t Amrat ad as apidny iers aef lArmy, advance oegrad, July 1, 194ianuchon e
e oanso metimFortrd a sa pem ili eT e wy te s e th left, ahd, Freih Gene'ral Nogues changig fro a $2400 to a $2500
laytsofeo ratnh f e aid f rmdits mucie action to the Fighting Fre "ch A post office advanced as the G.erh t of neCa or N. Jeffersn S, .T. nc ic e r m ..... .. 0 slir e
1I, Fl., is attending the Eist WOMAN'Sital bee n of war material from the UniteSe
BAND DICOUROR ed Mtor Mehaies: Couse at. The CHRISTIAN SERVICE experienced :postal cleriks, thou- States. General Clark made the now in the class whose sales range
OFFER COUReE presentation between $1200 the pin00 yar
Stry Scol at Fort Being. nsasds of whom -have been employed
Mr adlli nse' ranth, dintesd-eotu usThenMotor Mechanics Corse is a The circles of the m-ans Societytote rso h hv nthi op tin
-o of > telve w e r oin dOtgh to of drisi s i n -evc of ahe e e e th e l
ceo ofpThodoAl le, ex llg bel sa s Ca Ji rc e I tc wl f o Md e iared forces and into war 'CORREGIDOR LAMONT HOmFM t
in e1 21 toes give a of perforein and spervi ing see 7, at :30 at te rfolloingi~Rh p casei vlmofDEnMONSTRATION CLUB
tsix weeks' course of iMntstrctio. odclhelo natencNols. 'tno the 6losnis of somn e thirty thou- H OLDS MEETINGinA
Teaching hours are sched ledt om vehicles the I fstry tegimenhrt. ire N. ID sand postal employees to the armed Oeo the m glorious 'sgas inTLA
8:30 to 5 o'clockI. Ensemble relhears- The students come to The Infantry Ku~.forces made if necessary to adopt Amrc' mlitar histoy the her- Thbe in oth home DeonMstration School oie deace afferce hadm Cc No 2 h
al for everyone wlo, plays an in- theplan in the interest of accurate, is 2e of tse Philippie C m it h o M..
struient will be he d from 11:30 to her pernanet u a oh rea de efent ai erpoi as oie ttre i of Cor.eoidor f real, Wedn. a oon M
<. o u paNrm 3 LtTl Mrs. e B pook 2 T an
turn to tas units upletn compently pub-laie of posalityrsonne h replt eda
12:30.p t1 d Fmeetn officess, has~in~ ofrs W .~s t had- W aCk r, vce resiant
los Mildred uDickert, local lhante of sd y the bullte ar o th forCircle No0. 4 vith n Mrs. Braidnon mdin o called t a o d the meeting to order. After
director arges all present.and pro- l dn oohe doed battle for "The Rook" a short business. rtretine Mrs. Loeb
atOO TTACnu ONilalredyhc am tie. tHe hwo Ce a, ef steo Jpos ofF Wie ily
spective baild membJersand instru- sweek ain the service nqw is about 52 With the Jy forces fuse hev ithMr de t ranpsio.e masto e A tinu sansMa E ar Nts The W es n Guild unie at xpiln tnhe yte suega p .are afio tienl hsen nalloes, haagn fhe a then toa$ga
fmnaistr s to take adv tge ofAe this Ag ge hoWesl enGree us, and in many post offices, emn t hei n tor ex ating het poi ten stugr roasting
mentalt branch ofice cruel vermits onatan, it
BAenD, crds Coerges 0e A, h a tnent ist-nd o a'leu tO1sIhimf te lo cwal offied
opnity for private lessons and LITERARY REQUIREMENT vt M kiMs :0 oyee are working 10 to 12 hours tiat the Gsland with boibs a he i the cls wde sa ned
ensemble playing every Wednesday day, seven dys a wek, because shells wilouit surcease, stands vit s a i sies th u
in iiiamYei~a an, dWas hiMton (Secai)s o cang ae 1ct-lso 'b Rmn :Ht sandf I vonhaebe Theoyd, Al~namo, .uts stad ad Vlfrom June 16 through July 21. Wsigo,(peil htg PRESBYTERIAN CHURC ofocal shortages of personnel. h lmCseshdadVl rsn tti etp ee
SAiy literary requirements, so RoberT WallaceMinister An example of the new type of For of that S rs. J er,
s in that nen will be ac krucepted fer ibndue- Mr.Edre y rgaoa nofexmp: Mrs. Sam omth, Mrs.eP.TRfeters,tio oi eni~tentwitout:reard Jun 6,194. a es isbrand of clogged Amuerican edurage Mrs. W. H. Walker, Mrs. G. C. Mills, to literacy now appears certain of Church School, 10 30 A.M t., Curry JntoAeanakeIcoff i b Wh Mr.OC .Ale
HEALTH NOTES early approval by the War Depart- J. Bissett, Suxperintendent. 22Mtapa A .e out inedicmnes, -vith food .rations Shealey, Mrs. J. Cooksey, Mrs.
Dr. F. Brink, Director ding to Congressan Morning drship 11:30. Bcut tofg ave tiny mcal ad, in the Emma Walker, Mrs. C. B. Jones,
B ikes.. Heeooe nytn Yoncejieoruli .m Massachusetts midst, of unhearable heat. with am-Mr/Wli akeanMs.Cx
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, June 4, 1943
,.Area of U. S. Push in North Pacific swO Ca irce
:In the :Sm r Cotn
KISKA NokRon SEW-ON covers of chintz or other
SOUND '_smart cottons are always neat and trim and, since the pieces are
all sewi to the old upholstery of
E1CR 10 the chair with rather long stitches,
By VIRGINIA VALE it is not difficult to remove the
** Released by Western Newspaper Union. cover fOr washing or cleaning.
Washington Picture Postcards: JAPAN VAA se-on cover should be pin1
EANNA DURBIN has fitted with a 4-inch tuck-in around
The visual poetry of the succeeded in convincing the spring seat and 1-inch seam
Memorial that warms your spirit succede inlovicn alowncs.Us tilr'3Sa t
and finds a home among your mem- -H- -__. __-- _- Hollywood executives, as well mark stitching lines and indicate
ones. .Modn Federal buildings..
ones.rchiMcduralFe~dealb s as the public, that she's grown
displaying their best architectural u__ ,____ to.s PRESS
... ..::: up ........ to! U ra i ShBa
manners, overlooking slum areas .__ _utak to _h w PIECES T10 c SEA
b rs y pr tu Ch n BR/STOL chose to play the unhappy, WELTED UE
SIng press conferences . .Home- .... .. Players' air version ove C Not TUCK EAV
t les rumors racing from place to .: SOE R o e
. ~r s paigirhoingtua : TP1i ... "Ov:
place about tofn ; Thesun .. .. UNres Wrigh Cn
wrapping its .beauties around the. --.-:UTC-IIfAR0 LT
song stone finger of the Washington IES
Monument .Lbbyists getting 'R T SEE
!e............ VNIM grpIc y COYER DOWN> .. 1, .. i: r
those who can do them favors ae PIECES
though they meant it. TUP X LA N SO A C VE ED
EIc rK WIH A CURVED NEEDL
The majestic atmospheree of the AGATTI 1(0* L UDRI~
auhKaiaa sLhooNhn /uAeieces to have welting stitched to Supreme'nCourt edifice where p
converse in soft wiispqis for f of :o:ANDRE..10P edges. Here, welting is' ised for,
AM edges. Her
cratching the varnished silence. ISLANDS the si seams of the inside deter
Nervous fingers of typewriter keys back section; across the front of
drumming oit details f the Gov- D the seat; for the top and bottom
ernment's business 1hetty gals te s ,i 'of -the outside; and all around the
who cait the capital i glanur front of the arm sections. The,
and excitement, henned i by hard
work during the day and surrounded The strategic position of Attu island, in the Aleutians, where the navy landed strong forces to engage sketch sows how melted and lna
_ welted pieces are sewn in place,
Jaans troops, i aiallysowyethis, off iialy U. ctoy S.- navysn maap.~. ed "
by loneliness atnight., ane troops, is graphically shown in this social navy map. Japanese troops occupied the island The welting hides the stitches if
S- i- h -about a year ago. In the upper left hand corner is a chart of the comparative distances from Attu to var u ea tch
Legislators who crossed swords ous points in the Pacific area. l b, ds-.igt he cord u tovering.ed a
during public del ate, ping- ponging **-
friendly words in cloakrooms . .* DEANNA DRBIN NTEi-Th new BOOK 10 of the series
The Capitol Dome whitewashed wgth sse ln Southwestern Pacific of booklets offered with these articles gives
moonlight, th staa- 'm e only did Deanna conie through with other valuable pointers on making Qth
thesta among theity's, ersew-on covers and, removable slip covers.
sights Swanky old mansions flying colors, but the radio program BOOK 9 gives directions f sr repairing the
,eeking of history, now serving as 0 opened an entirely new vista of-ilin springs of chas before covering them .
ordinary boarding houses for gov- and air endeavor for her one that BOOK 9 and 10 are 15 cents each. Send
ernent workers is, completely removed from her your order to:
sing.ng .M.S. ..i.g
Nerve centers of war agencies 1.E...S. RI.H .WYETH 4 EAP.-S
sprinkled with lights 'all night, be- It's not surprising that 'William BeatHil -r er o New York
cause war is a 24-hour, job . Holden wanted to drop his own nl 1cer e o
Human pell-melling through hotel name-William- Franklin Bepdl-- desired. 1 c f e
lobbies . -The well-manicured and legally switch to Holden. But Name ... ...................-....
tassels among social leaders to when his wife, Brenda Marhall, has Ad
get 'important guests . The Li-' worked so hard and succe sfully to, *** *** ****** *
brary of Congreb drenched with introduce that one, it's startling to
culture, while peo e in buildings have her announce that she's never
around it are sweating -to protect liked it, and from noitw on will beIIA S
everything it stands for. 11 known by her maiden and married IRRITATIONS
names-Ardis Ankerson Holden. EXTERNAL CAUSE'
The best-dressed men min town- acne pimples bumps (blackheads) nd
Hoovernsiueney asoheC g gly broken out skin. Millions relieve
Hoover's G-mn. y ar also the g for "Hi Diddle Diddle" miseries with simple home treatment.
hardest punclers and the straightest sounds a little goofy. .Mar Wind- work at once. Direct action aids
shooters . Uppity embassy par- h rie Metropolitd Oper a works the antiseptic way Use
tiesm whinht providetcu Opr aBhocsefock"" and White Ointment only as i7
ties which provide a showcase for tenor, will play a pianist-accompan- -ected. l0c;25c 50c sizes 25 yearr Success.
good miannrs and stale gossip .ir a iMo -dwho akes hr 3t ortey-bak guarantee. r," Vital in
A soldier-n adi girl holding hands motion picture comeback as an hcan tso skin Soap dany.
...-Wr n'omtte oilwenRgh'acHk~ d.~eL ..a.. Whtt In oadaly
on a park bench, while a few blocks oper singe Sees he was sen
awyhecision arenmade th W pa n gera. Sem ewscoe
away decisions arcade that willbecause he, like iss Negri, is of
' affec their wlebfoture otsr W:r.,."Pm j,;ii"'h~i' G
affect their wle futre . Tots Polish descent.and artistic tempera- AVnH l
-- calmly strolling into,schools to learn meii-t Rion Rihard Eeag eean, Metro
history, as it is being made all rlitan Opei ciduitor, -lays -a ANI
around them. stockbroker.
Alleged secrets being hu shed about .-, Shirley Temple talked t s overC
from place to place. Most of them -ohrdlo---e--y Ros Rd Thl talkd t g or B
are slices- of bunk that start from Mechanically minded American soldiers are taking, their mass production assembly line methods with them with David Sei an veryThEYRE
nowhere and en in the samne place to the Southwest Pacific. Here troops take parts of trucks, jeeps and ambulances as they come frm Athe w asely signe lontrm iotr TNNER
. . The eclamatip point excite- ships and put them through the line. One improvement on the assembly line system is their "Change over." With him. tShe'll s appear in r"Since
ment around war agencies, wlire When the boys tire of one operation, a command switches all members of the line to a new position and a o t pithedge
decisions are ,ade that affect new job. Left, rear running gear of a two-ton truck is assembled. Right, a cab is added to the truck and tiona since "Reb ecca," with an all orsngle edge
Americans everywhere today, and soon it will be ready for duty in a battle zone. star cast.4,
history tomorrow Horn-owing Manufactured and guaranteed by
motorists in traffic jams giving your 1I Iriute tStalingrd S a joh oFederal Razor Blade Co., N. Y.
nerves a- toothache. Mvatese Trb t to Saig d, Sh a Ma rhdbte a ofwrpcue e
... s. .. cause the public's sick of them. Well,
- fTails of parked ars ow ng at pula me l-gn the armed forces arent, judging by
every publ a i.hcit iulf . dMovie i, at the"othe men who come to New York's
every. public buildig M Iovie Civilianf Defeinse Entertainment DNTLT
theaters, -jukebox' joints, -saloons, ~~ ~ -Cvla ees netanetDNTLI
n e n n t committee for free,tickets. The oth CONSTIPATION
sector a whiff of Broadway's atmo- en nit i haded t as SLOW YOU UP
spdrt timers M. "Crash Dive" and "China" by the
sphere.dozen. Of course China" had Ha 1 When bowels are sluggish and yoa
down whisper at midnight .James and his band to back feel irritable, headachy, do as millions
Uppity salons where intellectuals rmy J a h do chew FEERN-A-MINT, the modern
gather t ir it up. chewing-gum laxative. Simply chew
atrtotwide their opfmons and ..-- FEN-A-1MINT before you go to bed,
jungle yawns . The many thriv- taking only in accordance with package
ing palmists, astrologersndother Bill Terry, who made his, film. directins -sleep without being diemembers of the -crystal-ball brig- debut in the short, "Private Smith turbied Next morning gentle, thorough
ado '-of the U. S. A.," and will soon be relief, helping you fet sweln agam. Trr
seen in its continuation, "Lieutenant Fn A MINT Tastes gadilsyandsuppl
Crowds waiting for tables in eat- ''' '~Smith," has been signed up by Sol tn erly
e ers di 8 theeloerefor a role in 'Stage Dor EE -0IN
eries, waiting in the clogged traffic '-r'" CanLese. foF oei SaeDo EE -A-MIIIT costsol'~
waiting for interviews, waiting for .-.4.......
rooms. While natives of the Capital
City wait for the' war to end so that Two men of, the merchant marine
1- hey ca :4 fi+tesev-- nt-nral1---' -- visited Jimmy Dorsey a while back 'r7I.
like pleasant thoughts when they had ~3 ay fte th ei fehe was werg-Ala
- power, being ignored like a cigarette 38 butt as -soon as they lose their jobs.~" torpedoed, all they had to keep their
- ~,morale up were his recordings of
--The gign -"Washington, The 'City The first woman physician to be -"Maria Eleine' and "The Breeze and
-Bureauful" -. .. Twilight's velvety .'... .commissioncd directly into the ~ need et y'd bused up thei ))
-'--glow coating the- city with its nat- A stone shelter on Malta, most bombed spot on the earth, bears the Tinited States army is Dr. Margaret andle pap fl a aer cis
of-tune', symphony of sounds that neath 'Malta a great system of subterranean workshops hewni from solid erick _Schoenfeld, coiihmapiding of.- eetsrenaco obac u
starts iiithe morning, snowballs into rock were the battle stations of thousands of workers who made British ficer of the Philadelphia recrtuiting into radio as ,a regular performer is
--ari avalanche by mid-day, begyins to tools of war even as Axis bombs exploded above them. district. Jack Carson, -last seen in Warrr
-evaporate as evening piles shadows _________Bros.' "The Hard Way." Ho's win--in corners arid buries itself in the Irnmg new fame as a comedian as
silence of midnight .- . The un-O fcr ea Outta MyW ay nwaster of ceremonies of the CBS
buttoned -atmosphere of weekends, Army Oficr Quartered inl Metal ''Comedy Caravan,' heard- Friday1 /when humans get a chance to catch ----,,.-- evenings.
--. Even Ellery Quxeen, ace detective,
'llrains coughiippout mobs arriving -- -'r--"- failed to notice a wedding ring onin- towit, and gobbling those about to '-"'''i~- ~ "" --the left hand of Ernest Chappell, his. The SLING SIHOT -METHOD is
leave -. Small1patches on the seat, program announcer; it was a week. most direttjand effect, especiof government eager to grab public- -before -he learned that Chappell had ally if basebadls, bricks or broken
con sotiet bckay home i mptys maridCludaMoga daghe Chef obiein tmethdroke
chaisite bahoe n Senatb-y of Ralph, niece of Frank, "Nora windows, cracked plaster and a
caseslegislatose do mosetofteir be-- Charles'' of "The Thin MVan" oni the mow with the neighbors. An easier
workusi commilttors oms-fwhenir ,~ air and -leading -actress on "The way to get flies is to
woki omte om-hnRight to Happiness" an-WeLy they're not doing things they and Learn." ad4WLv
shouldn't be doing. ....3---Fall wih hs wnd-low coffee -ODDS AND ENDS-- Kate Smith's get.
romnping along the White House lawn more fihigland merchant sp thanFL,
Tin-Tin . Biggies at private par-------------------,,T,,. .. .'~i-. aunched her sixth .. Jerry Wayne, sing- It is ~he old 'eliable that never fails.
ties, still nibbling on public debates ~-~- -ng sar rof "All Tim HtPrde," act Always economical to use, and not
between rdouthfuls of food . The to' ~i maio. ..Rosind icussefl unad th rationed. For sale at drug and
hdet work. Tesr grapvine Prssi- ,, baby Carl Lance Brisson . Afetro's grocery stores.
hdet worker The town-thpvie Pyes- bukn h apwrsotg yry
'tem of public servants -who are al '-'. ~ -v'---'-'-------'"-.-- Dashing -over the home plate, bingw tohe pichtauyreswh all-,'d
ways ready to pass the buck or give These metal buildings in Iran were formerly used for storing grain. Babe Barna of the New York Giants casso "Btpn budt pictursan Shall e
an excuse, instead of trying to recti- Now they serve as officers' quarters for UT S. forces in that country. knocks both ball and glove from the casts .Btan and S"Ae Thoand Shralla 2
fy their mistakes The mnany Three tenants standing outside of their peculiar homes are, left to right, hands of Catcher Hernandez of the Fieall he-1 Spedncepr ofy' heala
hitrclsights all over the, place, Captains B. R. Seitsinger, Fairfield, Iowa, J. W. Cofer, Louisville, Ky. Chicago Cubs during a tight game Flame hes balyi ree cofr fres THlETANGLEFOOT CO. f
making the city itself a dramatic and R. L. Clavton, Minneapolis, Minn. at the Polo Grounds in New York. lm Gau Rpishs~h
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The Monticello News, Mnticello, Fia., Friday, June 4, 1943
01"WIM W IMPROVEDwWWWWW
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
, I Oh! So Feminine
CHOOL Lesson
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D, D.
of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
Lesson for June 6 A SERIE-S OF
SPECIAL ARTICLES Lesson subjects and Scripture texts
~" lected, and co yrighted by Internatfonai
BY THE LEADING in Re Educn; sed b
isioReiu dco us
WAR CORRESPONDET
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PETER CO FORTS PERUSE WAR """"""""""""""""" "' .CUTED CHRISTIANS
Inside Story
Of ouln LI~4~SELESSON TEXT-I Peter 3:1314:12-16; Of ToulonAII HpE
Roge1~Wltmans"" GOLDEN TEXT-Fot It Is. better, if the
by Roge: tman will of God be so, that ye suffer for well
BJ .F n d u t doing, than for evil-doing.-I Peter 317.
By J. C. Fernand -LaurentwlloGobes.tayeufr orel
, ,, ......... 7
(WNU Feature-Through special arrangement ]}oger B. Whitnan-WNU'Features.
with Collier's Weekly) 4 v Wat shall we do? Where shall we17 2
wth bmer maned You may not be able to replace worn or turn? Is there no help for us? Such
It was nothing ut German stupid- bron o me,. is S ta are the natural and understandable
ty 'that lost Hitler the Freich fleet Goreero t hr itie eo. a s you he
~ posslost canI. This column by the homeow1w cries of those~ who bear t he heavy
last November, sadteanan n~ you =heartbheick of persecution. ;God's
las tNvebr, and the arms and -ros frien tells yuhow.
munitions at the great naval base Wed has the answer, for foi she
of Toulon. I know the story, because Colored Concrete Floo very beginning the followers of
I wsiTo n Chiist have had to meet that probAdmiral De Laborde, the French Question: In coloring a concrete l h
commander, had received no recent floor for a sun parlor, is it best to Peter is especially the apostle of
ixa kle powere coorn wit the~h con-y Pete ........ especiyteaoteo
instructions from Vichy. The only ix p dered colors withthe on- comfort, and the portion now before
orders in his possession were those crete whdn the floor is made, or to us is rich in helful instruction. His
dating\ frsomc us~s: is rich in helpfu insrutin.Hi
atg\ from the armistice, com- wait until the loor is finished and word tb persecuted pop fivemanding him o resist all aggression then paint it? wo to s d e le ifi
from whatever source, and to sabo- Answer,: If the rightkind'of color- o No. Be raid stoo
tage the fleet rather than surrender is used, powNeted color mixed Lord I(3:13-17).
/+or -(3:13.......
with the con'ete when the flor is By doing good the Christia will
These orders. never, had' een m die is permanent and will not .eape much suffering (v. 13), but
conerd~a .S Pepratihos for waerb of. o eiereclsoulde~ escap much+ suffering. (v........... 13) but.....
countermanded. reparations for off. However, the color should Last Word in Deliciousness. . Chicken Chowder! if even then it comes, he is not' to ERYTHING'S there-a young
sabotage had been made. On 'the e 'of. a special kind -that isr proof (See Recipe Below) be afraid (v. 14). He is to sanctify two-piece with simple moulded
morning of Nusvember 27, Vichy, i against the effects of lime sin the )(See Recipe Belo) E
the name of M brshal Petain and a cement.' Lime-proof clien are on- Christ in his heart, that is, fullY lines, feminine frlly trimming and
ordered from berlin, tried to resind en l e t o detour ProteinLynn Chambers' PointSavng recognize the holiness of Christ and expensive looking details.
this order by telephone from yichy should not be used in' a greater pro- Menu al that enisi andwcan doofo him. "' '*"* .
to Toeulon. b t T son than 10 per ent of the There's n6 reason why you should Men u This is to-be'done in his herrt.eThat Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1782-, de*
t gtp orio; t n10er d eo te p means the exercise of full faith in signed for sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20.
/ The new instructions' authorized weight of the cement. For a floor g o ecs o *Chicken Chowder h. rpds the Lorcite f fu ll ingnr se 1, tr 8 30,
Stein' into your daily menus, or why dChrist' th 'Lrd, sthe indwelling o reme
surrender of the fleet to the Ger- that is not in contact with the earth Crisp Crackers '2, 34, 36 ad38. Size' 12' (30) reqires,
surreder of the elee th one dw nothati te efobtac wt pemaeth rt heusing meat alternates, .e.-foods Chef's Salad Prdsence. Who then can be afraid? with short sleeves, 3% yards 39-inch 'ma
ans. But the telephone was noe andherefore permanently drycol- alternately with meat- h aNote that this is not just a sub- terial. % yard contrast for collar. .11
fnciceSnin sa.os to a manthordnahvto
fuctioning. or can- be had with ordinary top uld ecme adull o difficult Stewed Rhubarb Cpokies jective spiritual exercise for his own yards machine made ruffling.
Why g n.ot? The trt is dsiruclion qualies floo enamel. The one Beeveragn
Whb not? The q floor. namel. The' msnufac ec e atr dniet v enjoyment-it 'willshow In his 'good Due to an unusually large demand and
Germans C Wire's to I solate. turers' instructions should be care ere's yur o u it to show p mannr of ifeinChrist" which ill ueit ar conditions, slightly mrtime
e'o Here' your opporunit tto shenap manne ofv been Chrit"ppedwil
fullfmeawes wit peertn dy Is reauire intl filin soiritua for afwo
The German commanders at Tou- fuly followed. A penetrating d famiy ht really smart put his persecutors "to shame" (v. the most popular pattern numbers.
lon, having completed enciclement made for 4he purpose can also bo homemaker you 2 hearts of celery, cut ne w effectively that has woked send yourorder to
~htubd n aryngotthi ad. DapWls--aefo o a adcooked' eggs, quartered bl rcnl n
f the place and not wishing to be had. You can hard enly recently in Germany, Ndrway
disturbed in carrying ot their n Question: my s keep up their ad-. Wash lettuce and 'dry i towel and elsewhere. SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
iMy house is stucco o niration for you Breaklettuce apart, but do, not cut. II. Do Not Be Surprised-the En- s30 5outh wels st chicago.
t ly DEn e 0 scenp t Ci o.
on'the nightof the 26th, and jammed hblow tiles. Th wallpaper many by ng an Place in ,chilled bowl r Will Attak (4:12, 13). nlose cents in coins for each
all radio transmission in order 'to places shows wet spots the-shape meaning ingredients.,Toss lightly-to S pattern desired.
Isolate th naval base from'the rest of the tiles, Whatcan I do about it? deo ge wiredenchdr essaigm P oy Ho r!i aani ttack an1, 13) v. i
ich0 g o o d '. ggo a n d 'g e th e r w ith fr e n c h d r e s s in g I r r iPeaatta c krisn N'e ff c.e. .. . . . S iz . ..'e i
of France-including ic It is Answer: The inside plaster is evi chicken dishes, Another good dish 'using chicken, member Pearl Harbor! Satan is an o N ..
f6r this reason alone that, Vichy's dently applied directly to the tile, a 'nd fish in all its a complete protein food, and spa- ..eet C strategyn'aneasy and om amess...
orders to surrender the fleet never instead of being applied on lath on ty. ese foos are rotein- ghetti usually classified as a second ,fkeplestia is an easy andcorn Address'......................
arrived-until too late to save the furring strips; The plaster therefore, rlchadwith a ttl ingenuityyou class protein, food -is combined, ia fxtablen ood, so that he may strike ships for Germany. becomes as' cold as the tile, and the can make a Star performer out of this way: pece. We best pep to meet
Here was Justice: self-adminis- wet spots are due to condensation, many of them. Spaghetti and Chicken Casserole. m e n we recgie to eet
teredl The only real way to cure the trdu- Chicken homes 'beautifully to the (Serves 8) cio wen we rc iil that e rashes with Mesana,
Many aceount- have beqn pub- ble is. to replaster the house, using resduenh itsa god complete'pro- 4 cup chicken fat or shortening We and o bearin mind come.Mean
-."Ailshed concerning'what happen 'a/lthcnuurrnchstippoeadooniofonen'Wndtharupeyis-god,.eeper incu coppddniothat W artt.,barsiHeadttatitoswOWDRrOR oRelieveioa
ened at:I lat on furin stis or1 a foriof ti a d t e]upy s g od s
Toulon and why it happened. Most. insulating board, to be had at a' cialy at the present time. Use 14 cup fHour not some "strange thing Which has FAMILY USE diaperrash,heat rsh.
of the accounts have contained mis- lumber yard, to be applied over your 2hidken sely, r, a little bit 2 cups chicken stock happened; we who suffer as Christakes. This article, I believe, is the -present walls. No form of paint or of it combined withiother foods can 1 cup grated cheese tians are "partakers of rists Fish Don't Drink 1N
first true story of the heroic end of any outside treatment will do, for make mlr more Io of one 1 cup cooked tomatoes ferings." Joy and glory are ahead. Fish live in water,
the major part of the French ,n vy. neither one will provide the insula- chicken. Herr's azilexampl: 2 cups diced chicken Ill. Do Not Be Ashamed-You but never drink it. They get
On November 27 I was.near Tou- tion that is necessary. .hcenCowe 1 8-ounce package spaghetti-cooked Suffer for Christ (4'v14-16). enough moisture in' their food.g
lon at the home of a member of our C kBrokeinBirhowdere'es6 cup buttered bread crumbs '6) Sadness and depression rest upon
undrgrun moemnt.We wee Brk! Birdbath++ -+ -' (Serves 6)
underground movement.Questio W t will meda bro 1 cup cokeddiced c k Melt fat and cook onions slowly', the one who suffers for his ow4 evil.
for 10 minutes. Add flour, stir 'well, des u hs h ufr o
awakened a little before seven in the ken birdbath? The bowl cracked 2 ounces salt pork, finely diced, 1 add tok, stir-ell, deeds, but those who suffer for
morning by the crash of explosion* in the frost. tild stock atr Christ's sake may ever rejoicing.
erms h Filter t ight. eher so tha t t wl sy o .t ti or
God e tr o th aab lpoos ce feing constantly, Can you not see that "the spirit of
T h e F re F il o r e a r id w i l lnde t e r ts 1 t le into i ak h ic k en R
During the night the German Answer: Bring the bowl into the 2 to '4 tables on onion, Anddsp ahttiltehieeyd glorin and the iSpirit of God" aref
troops had filtered through the sleep- house so that it will dry out. Then chopped 1tar r ntlhmlt- resting (v. 14) even now on some asNEUtRITIS-LUMBAGO
Ing city. They encountered.'no one. coat both 'sides of' the break with "21/2 cups potatoes, diced 'truni mle. who sit in prisons and conoentra- -"~"
nan hesitalosiwreo d time. hdnt wat an bain a that's Bl n t mat n tion camps?' What 'a' glorious 'pieThe Freh salr ee.aor ht edpsea~idteprs u eey ie toes and chicken.' ture of, His grace! l
their ships, te infantry and the 'tightly together. ,.After hardening,. 2 cups chicken stock i g 'vPlace chicken It is proper to observe here' that
Senegalese were in the arsenal, the Which WilL take three months or so, It No. 2can kernel corn mixture and spaghetti alternately i edder e er in be gttiy of ssr
forts and the casements. The Ger- the jojn't 'will be, watertight. If you 1tallta evaporated milk grese Pe beiee wit but- awc u t brig'e lawlt s
mans hesitated, losing precious time. do, not want to wait as long as that; 4 'teaspoon paprika, t twihjsl brng the law'
After a while, two. columns formed, and a yellowish tinge of 'the- cement, '4 -teaspoon ginger trdcub. aefr2 iue"'odmain(.1) bn'~ l o
one heading toward the arsenal, the makes no difference, make a cement 1 'teaspoon salt inav egreen ovcean. devile noted'ther las of the liso crimes- L CrgeDDO1I SOR rs IT3!-MAuSt Ie
other toward the docks. Soon the powdered litharge and ordinary 4 teaspoon pepper ed? n ake a driaig iled "meddlerjustother peus endlsh la ILDRUGCOInc.
Nazis were throwing themselves into glycerine. This acts quickly and is 24tablesp6ons chopped parsIy dishe arier ights:ot iis th c u sed' ends MSB Ed c
every boat they could find, crowding thoroughly waterproof when dry, Cook salt pork in, sauce pan over dish on warmernights: trouble in the church, and harmed? 530 Brad Str..t-J~cksonwiIIFIorda
every Creamed Dev~iled Eggs.' ts testimony. before !the world?
upon pontopns they had brought with Removing Wallpaper low heat until llitly browned. Add (Serves 4) Let's quit meddlingl < Victory With Unanimity
them. Suddenly a gun boomed Question: Can wallpaper be re- chicken and on- 4 hard-coolked eggs IV Do' Not Worry-He Careth for Victory is always where there is
from the flagship. moved from plasterboard? ion and cook un- 1% teaspoons vinegar
Gun Signal Booms. Answer: That could be done by til onion is soft, 3/2 teaspoon dry mustard You We 7). ) probud
li was the signal-the order to soaking, with water, but using no, but not rowne. _1/4 teaspoon salt itselfi or iing.tes we
sabotage e1l ships, tol destroy .port, nore water than will be needed. ItAdYttos e teaspoon pepperkiorwarCrifnsttweae
cc-a taponppe know we'are"Christians, that we are'
installations, to spike the guns of the' you use too much, you may soa off cry -and chicken 1/2 teaspoon sugar
~coastal batteries. Aboard the 70 yes- the paper finish of the plasterboard. 'stock. Simmer until vegetables are 114 tablespoons melted -butter' un~justly accused 'or "persecuted, that sels moored or anchored in the har- At best, the plasterboard surface tender. Add corn, milk, and season- 14 teas pon worcestershire sauce. we are 'suffering for Christ's sake.
besor ed c o rancho wre at ther wlbeefrog.Tso& ings. Heat thoroughly, stirring oc-' u ht as That's, all'true, but how is it all cornposts. They gave the pre-arranged put on a'coat of shellac, which in casionally. Season to taste with ad- Cut eggs lengthwise into halves. ing out? Wbat abou my family?
orders. Soon the old dock, the wa- drying, will stiffen the paper surface ional s pepper ir Combine egg yolks with next seven do the will I bab osrt Ife
ter front, the hrbor and the road- of the board, which 'ai then be re very ht, ith'cracrs, hgredieints. Beat together until ell one A l I be abeto start life
stead-the gncghorage where France's -rubbed smooth with sandpaper. Itf ol or toast..olv blended anid smooth,~ Fill whites outed And so on-qcoesthensmwth-od
proud ships had lived--were no more ie then ready for papering.. Make' gooa ueof crisp coo vee th' yolk mixture, plae in ba ing totn;acld on omerhety.o-
than cemeteries. Sagging. Floor: Chickeri Chowder to round out the Bk ina od'te(5-gre) ..What 'shall we do? The answer is
Fresh explosions came from the Questio : 'In an old houise that is Baem odeta6-dge pan.Cs llru ae nCrs
'arsenal. Machines and workshops in to be remnodeled, the floors are sink- ealb hf' Salad. ,., .oven 15 minutes Serve h6t on bis- plin as arllo your car o). Chit
>the ~factories were being destroyed. ing anid "buckling, apparently from Sere 6) cu 1 ite uose Englisly conuff takes anr act of faith just as it does'
To the south, flameis"and clouds of crumbling foundations. Hlow can 1 head lettc "t deire'd us %'u-ctd s to become a~ Christian1 in the 'figst'
smok from burning anim nito they be strenghened?. Is 'the 'situa# S toma toes, c utqrters muhroomasoup thne ith cukplc but it works. t s ih
~base, from the Saron to Cape Brtm, Answer: The trouble mnay start sPAdsetcntk h lc fa tee-iti i e.ece
There were new explosions. Mor- with poor foundations, which can be ''-protein food for a mpeal and help bthe-bt cath oumliy.b 'ehmbl '
.,tars, huge rifles, shells in vast qugn- reznewved by a good mason.' Trouble L' "s:. you along in getting important body yurthes ath ofhuil. THumblte 't'tity-all 'were destroyed. France's may also be from the rotting of skills, .. Ln as building and maintaining material yourelves (vo comort There is' true ) .:'"
most powerful naval base, the work beams, and other woo parts, or The Score Card: Consumers if it's a dessert lite this: eataytioi coort, ownd o true
-of 20 years, was; a mass qf smoking~ from termite attack.' > he2 case is can do a lot in stamping out the 1Optmeal Peach Puidding. (ct. Jas. 6:4-10).'
wreckage. by no mexans hopeless. Consult anty illegl sale of meat by making (Serves 6) frs..D o ae-o sYu
Blind with rage, the Germpns good cont)factor. sure that all meat they buy comes 2 cups canned peaches, frshV.eNt W verGod0).You
stormed 'the arsenal, killed the sen- .Porch Floor Supports .from a carcass which carries the rhubarbor sapp ice Stegth perectdestblshei
"' tinels anid forced open th eavy Question:.- In a stucco house the necessary stamps -- the "permit 2 tbespoons cinnmon ChicStd, pure i te destabihdin
gates.hey %were to lae here frame' and stucco porches are sup- number of the slau )xterer and a 1 talepoon buttdro and rith the ofyes offatheraetinyth-e
wokshops between Nazi soldiers anid fac ote ru. Wo'od'unders te Ceilin prices are, in effect in 14cupmele shrenn glorya to come-sch is the manwh
French workers, many'* of whom' stucco touiches th'e ground and has ~many areas for meat., They 'are 4 cup sifted slugr iseady-and abl toan lignt he devil
were killed or wounded begun 'to rot. If the, wood is re- posted by the butcher near meat te cup siftflu toliuran vou h Gdsepe
In their rage the invaders then placed by concrete, mupt the founda-, counters: andr youi can consult Vs teaspoon seah bedieerb shnddeourd' eople. ~ v omigt oqite
'turned against the cadet school, sur- tion be deep? .The piers now extend them when buying (Four meat % teoqu-on ok oatmeal eiev shudberay n "Dive om" s ut o of
rounh dof nubrs maacled them, eowt 'rs live. piers phges have come about on teaspoon vanilla i That does not meat that the Chris- the insect-enemies that wage war on
theig to th iocntiocsamp. rshveofAnswrEentl ore masor, and doue rea tripluaping is amore Arrange fruit in shallow, greased tin sits with his .hands folded wait- oursoldiers on anybautlefronts...
erthrmesaonegrtheamp.te crowd coude usedoncreteort faonry bamds dowbe for' trple wapnd rols alo baking dish.; Spritikle 'with lemon itng in fatalistic way for the in- and tworeasonswhy thearmy uses"
el th out wdscoud b usd a supors or eam loed or red an rols.No juice and cinnamon and' dot with evitable to happen. Never! He is "on suchivast quantities of FIIT and our
'tried to fre telads.. r-,r of concrete. Fou ao 'walls 'would more leftover bread or rolls can butter. -Combine inelted shortening the -alert" with his -spiritutal ears at- 'other insecticides.
sath cewhgoe downt Waxeed. Flooreturnedulo there ac raksr for can- and brown sugar. Sift flour, salt tuned to hear the approach of the .For these super-slayers kill many
Firt rpors fte th tagey Wze FlorsGelDuliter beayfnyd akfrds and soda. together and mix 'the oat-. enemy's -"bombers.'' He is "sober vicious foreign pests just as they
'th ships Thish-as notso Te Question: What is the best way Retyail 'aes -are ,llmited to- 15 meal. Blend" in sugar 'ixture -and watchful" agaiixst the "roaring mow down household insects here
r wa iple u n.ls e to care for my waxed floors? -They vait. f ra n mumblingwell, then add vanilla. lion" (v. 8).. a t home
mgt done thimr ork o desrucine: ben ther shnde police witer anrtis of r ind ne ekay Spread over fruit ,and bake for 45 Satan is: unusually busy in' our FITr ha the AA Rating..,the eain eder atdepot to te lectricrx hdpolishe d wit of ths maureso aewdesignd to mesi ar350-depree oen y Alr IChrstian ple see his Inghesta as yishe fr household
lst amoment and ten iperfect or- Answer: -Perhaps you have used Although prictwadly, bread top milk. 'ren, which are possibly mofe'severe Bureau of standards.
o der abandoned 'their ships and oo uh wx.enmov i, 1th ap- trimmings have been stripped, Aeouhvndicltspa n ownhen -,fore mane years. a ei Buy a bottle-today!
nber ofboth officers and men each one 'well alter hr-yigFe- brea miust now bee nrihd mes wthmpoi rchin g homeats? caky talf and srtualyeo
'were explosion victims; some others cquen dwa so te neessary Each loaf of white bread must wr-ite her, enclosing a stamped, self-ad-. ii bu okfr hit olmti
were drowned. only at doras Fo h-eto contain not less than three parts dressed envelope for your reply, in care oftidabuwokfrCisolmt
When the crews -got ashore, they the floor, twice a year is enough, nor more than four parts of milk her at Western Newspaper Union, 210 their usefulness, and to steal from ols.in-u
met' heav German forces, and most Frequent use of the electric polisher --solids to 100 parts of flour,. South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois, them -their victorious assurance, H~e "
o them were taken prisoner. will keep the florslooin welReeased by 'western Newspaper Union, iS busy-let us be alert against hiiim.-.




FOUR / THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943
THE MONTICELLO NEWS
NOTHING TO WRITE ABOUT a
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER
Established 1869 e
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION o
Established 1873 I TA/ro j
Changed toN -ADS.MONTICELLO NEWS-1903
NAT NAL EDITORIAL.
S FOR SALE-Large home; 5 bedrooms, 2 baths; several acres of
land, located in Monticello. If you
WILL__ H.__________1___T__are interested in buying a real-barWILL H. BULLOCII gain, see or wr te R. E. Kestner,
REi / Tallahassee, Florida. 5-21-3t
Editor and ProprietorAR WE VIC
DOROTHY' BULLOCH EL/ROPE FROM FOR SALE-Used 100-t. ice box.
Publisher $10 cash. C. A. Simpson. it
The Official Paper of Jefferson
County and the Town of Monticello. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
Entered at Monticello Post Office STAIN WELCOMES DAVIES AT KREMLIN as Mail matter of the Second Class Moscow, U.S.SJR.-Sounlphoto-Joseph E. Davies, left, former U. -S. Telephoite --------..- 138-R A.ubassador to Soviet Russia, aind now personal representative to A Yg Pca ig
E OF P L .AT ..N-resident Roosevelt, is shown being w Marmly greeted by Premier Josef
Nws Building DogWoo Street StalinIon his arrival at the Kremlin with a personal message from the T00 MuCh For
-President. Stalin later honored Davies with a state banquet. Food?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
O .e Year / -------------- $2.00
Six MonthsE ---------- --- 1.00 COMRAST GUARD E
Three Months ---- ------ .75 NEEDS .MORE MENS
Dr. W. E. Bippus 'returned to A Coast Guard quota for June of go@ Our Everyday
Baton Rouge, La., ,Saturday, after 100 men' to be trained at St. Augus- I
spending a few days here with Mrs. tine was announced Tuesday June Low Prices
Bippus' iNthIer, Mrs. John M.. Hen- 1)fJrom Miani by Gunner H. A. Wey.: 'Etbl~ d16 sel, distrit CoatGuar-'recuiting "''''+ry. se, district Coast Guard recruiting NOTICE OF APPLICATON & 268 So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Se
officer. ..FOR TAX DEED tion 17, Township 2 Noth, Range 4I
NOTICE Seteenearolds ad men Laws of 1935 East, 5 acres.
Sve-eo a nncAs to Certificate No. 73:-iLot 33 Town
Jefferson County, Florida, June 2nd tween the ages of 38 and 45 ae Notice is ery e that alph So. Pean & Orchid Co in Setion
1943. eligible for enlistment. Information Perlis der R 16, Township 2 North, Range 4 East,
: M E'i'.iiWhen
Notice is hereby giyn that p,- can be obtained fron any 'Coast du hpphat6o4,rr o' ta 5 acresO n
thid bo Setio toft iChtaord fbriaiprns osn rnStar e89 fs Flrat etfceeo3Da .Ree
"sse lli 7th daN of I AugustE ADAIE DKRM
nuant neoGuardd applications can be So. Pecan & Orchid Con c at r a o.in SectioaP
laws of Florida, Acts of 1937, known mei a throughtae trapratin d1939, has lship 2 North, Range4 East, as to C t N. 7
as the Murphy Act, the following "made p o fhe nism recnt ae 5 as a s acrs o enii 4 E,
di rciahed land in Jefferseon mCounly, station, 0 N. E, Second Avenue.trDa i .As to be t N o. 1 C ce er
Florida, will be offered for sale at All 17-year-ods who can present Cr ie ecate ircd othe. Stid The assessment of said pro e
trortificatheeembrg~tnInder" tovelas 1sder ot said Certificates issN7 ued 4.as P1GG
public outry for ttheintshighest and best r birth certifieSoate, or equaled described property in the Counto0 inles na Ce c s
Icas bi, sbek loee Trg.o Athe vie tYl amOad dies o bthse FrdD4ayaeol hirfo th S. acn eOchdVo..nSetinokibedasAD ATLoT astid, s to ne r itcoe proof of b rtrt, and parents' consent' Ford Mor m s h ae1ferson, Soatwh of Florida, to-wit: Certificate Np. 3 Daisy CL Reees Sius e14 A o i e E n% terna pap e rs in ot e rla s signed and notar- x ee s o Certificate No. 6 :-Lot 152 as to hei fircate Mo ndah U th I G TL Y A
SW Fof SW rasejt eit n p ers year-o urnsaa o il So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section as to Certificate No. 70; Bessie 'C
bids, at the 'Courthouse, beeisned, a 9rtsportat aid 9, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, Rhaise as t5 Certificates No. 72 & Auction everyodayandget
Sat 11:30 oClock A. M., on the 5th, to ,uiali whe re enli tmentso a 5 acres. he'k p s
day of July, 1943. c Easement completed, Return transportation d 1 i r As to Certificate No. 745-Lot154 (CtIrc CRSe .o. Stoc iell ase- a
for road right of- way 200 feet wide 1 o ra rhdC.i eto Ceriiae-o 5 Fdi ayra
SWilprDel berh p ie igtroie thosd thre scets* 1o ,i &hp Orbch Co. in Section CLYD Hetfct o.7;Mr. SUL Yards J.OC M. CIO HwiSALMg
will be reserved from any parcel w epoite o te EDSEL FORD DEAD 9, Township 2 Nort Range 4 East, to Certificate No. 7 .een
Through 'which there is an existing In order to avoid delays in enlist- EY a etificate No. 7
IMH re W l acres. OeUnless sad Certificates shall be BRING YOUR HOGS
Ste Road. ment, applicants are asked to pro- IGrosse Pointe' Shores, Micl.-Ed- As to Certificate No. 70:-Lot 360 redeemed a'acording to law; proper- AN'(AL T
Description Sec. Twp. Rg Acres video ful name arm drs f both sel or, 4-year-old heir to the So. P~can & Oci Co. in Lots 17 I Bk 12 Simons and aus re b t No on's le makes so da
Addition to Town of Monticello.' parents, or court-appointed guard- Ford Motbr millions, who died at 15, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, the highest -bidder 'at the Courthouse I
S, 14 As. in E 1_. o f 'ian in the case of 'deceased parents. his home following a six weeks 2~ars'N. door on the. first M'vonday' inl the 'MONTICELLO STOCK YARD Deed Bok PP -spger nable toillness.yHifattiera As to Certificate of72:-Lot 100 d of Jne 1943a nd $ A
DeedofS asper college toplomass theor, HenryFr So. Pecan '& Orchid in. Section 7th of Junet 1h43e w h is M
Simpson-ho f Ta ec present a birth certificate are asked was at the bedside when he passed 16, Tonshi 2 North, Range 4 Eas-,
No. -87, issued the 5th day of A m o G School whe n r
Lot 66 Barwicks Add. to Monticello. Ito supply the Miami recruiting -of- -away. The only son of the flrfa 5 acres. I startslpics Sl
ISe; a m df e ai ct So. Pecan & 'Orchid Co. in Section CLYDE H.SAULS Yards. e. Ml. Hawkins, Mgr
Bo/of pa 412--12N5E 2 t o tun ie 5 acres. 'lerk Circuit Court of Jefferson'
Ta Ee to e' IthERn A e their education were As to Certificate No. 76:-Lots 267. County,' Florida
TRUSENS U OF 'EITEA revealed by 'Gunner Wessel. Under JAMES CGNEY STARS IN__________________________________Certficae ebracsete7, olgwyng. a
SEOFE ForID ingram of the Armed Fr mm YANKEE DOODLEDANDYrftorth By CLYDE- H. SAULS, Agent Trust-1 -stitute extension courses for both N n' ees 1. I. Fund Jefferson County. hiool nd college Lr.ditVhave as oV e life makes so dazzlingot 2 2 story, as that of a showman and
NO'TTE ~ APLICAION been made available. -Successful there's 'no greater showman~ than
OR 18 T A 2 t Rn completion of courses will add Geore M. Cohan. Wayer Bros.'
unde said CetfDaEE ssuedwts moar eithe'thtrh scolGeo muc t lookan likne Boan.'
tLaws of 1935 'aidt ithe hoo forthcoming film, "Yankee Doodle
s sa Ce s l r- er college diplomas. Dandy," 'which penis Sunday at the
Stiest bereby given that S. e. In addition June volunteers t will Katherine TheMre, tells the story
po holder of Tax aertifiate 'have opportunity to apply for the, his My R h h
nfonth ofJuly 194,'which i the Manicello t hesum histin poicnag:"v rer" "Y ou'eA
No. 187, issued the 5th, day of Aug- many Coast Guard Schools which t er ingO Flard "he oee
OLYDE ~ ar aNlal.l SAUL mine aunes thtwil1rigayoc
eusy, .. has filedLameinCmyAD glitteing shw-wsis
office; has made application for a gr val-l omn fe hylife in the lavish production that Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Said have 'Completed basic training ays
CertdiciaLeeirc th fFloriain dAfi u fctleadhgsxebspprigc hc n
ent h astead y with ni ng, wplet F ra l s L
vsrlastaweekrecesptesom grades of remembered as most perfect for the
described property in the thy ofale
Jefferson, State h Florida, tt-wi L V 'Jarvis, Jr.,,son of Mr. L V. times nd characters it was to BO epLots 28, 29, 36, 38 Springdale in -ec- Jarvis, formerly of MonticellO, ThasEI resent.CU O
- t~on 18, Township 2 North, -Ranage 5 been reported wounded in action' George Al. Cohan is played by the
Es,2:0 acre.
e a t arde a w n l i c ow to I eI inimitable James Cagney, who doesTde iassessm t aid property l 9 AN O
tnder sai'd Certificate issued was in -( 5 t try so much to look like Cohan
the name of' Unknow. y 1 David M. nanswho or se1 s e does to imitate his manner of
Unless said Certificate shall be re- 'eral months has been stationed at speaking singing and dancing.
deemed according 'to 'law, property Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.,. has IThe picture is' replete with Cohian described therein shall be sold to been transferred to the Enlisted e a
the highest r bidder at the ourthou' n
By HTTIEMARYCLAR, D...No o hgs _13.0 is~xie arrol, Wose esidnce s'Nxt t wivs, seethartsand ettes frmohoe, aong hing
door on the first Monday in the oseturned to 'Name, "Give My Regards to Broadmonth of July 1943, which is the Monticello to resue his position 'way," "Over There," "You're A
5th, day' of July, 1ai43. 64 with the Farners and Mercants Grand Old Flar" ahd "The Yankeep
iDated ithisi 2nd, day of June, 1fit43..YBn.CcClhByaojstrm
Bank. 'Dmdl BohreMontlo aiw a
(C2IRC2UIT COURT SEAL) 'w of th
nspCLYDE a ner tht wll ringa tuchl
~~~~~~~~~JfesnCounty, Floridaa, 4A~cL TC ADt oi ntesnig ishrb
desthedish YankeeD.e nap
WANTED-PURECNEuiSYRUPowhichathisorderhcttleb ebhic inrorularsnceeachuwee.forChourr"Evendwithwarsandlso-manytCoca-ColabottlingGplantsinen, reneManBenie areot, loe; ate od botsteady wihnnJ'Y-Tmpleton 'Franc~es Lang-....,
conecui'vseks
;+:+ :++::gLove d W. May Walk rdes
WadUOTElh ON WHA fat aE O aFli -cepr ic- s- e-. sts lraofbigbtldrih nteso i omn lcs rudtegoe
CortatM ntcel ord, this + ,
2 oDefenhdant. teers' any o ,A&19edoyrf w nh fdiW de'
-'- ToWrd Farcith; whosersiec B"' .S WAR BONDS
is nknown.:~. -+Mdini-sees hifrs10 to. 12.00- :' ,
J.h. I e BES ( CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
--M Iresidene is unnown, is B to1.0 FLORIDA INu AD FOR JeFfeRto appear to the Bi'of ComplaiSn COnt Flri
filedhereinagainsthimfordivorcir' -ala-----rColi --7--t MONTICELLO..tOCSO-COLOUNTTTLINGCH
This the ;29th d ay :of :Mai94. No hog 15 -_ : Leonar Carrla,n; +' +t ..... .
- (CIR CUIT 'COURf~T SE No. 2 hogs---------------1.7 .. DIVORCE. ': : :
', CLYDE H. ,SAUL N hbgs---- -,13.20 Roxie Carroll,
'Clerk o+f Cicuit+ ,Court, .. Second.. N':5 ..4 h-------- --------- ~Dfnhn..+ i.;'+: : "<>..,,:.. ".
Jwudicat" Circuit of[ Florida., ----.........-"--13.45 T. Roien~ii.,. Ca."... ... 11.... nd.e.er fro.m hoe among:'/ things+.++":
- : ?.... ,;++.+. P~~Next to ;wives,. swee~thearts,:n~etmf -hm;aog hns+.:.+. ....
By' HATTrIE MAiRtY 'CLARK, D. C.No hgs-------------i Unkntown: -+ ....- .. ..- ,+
CLYDE H. SAULS, (21k. 1300 +++.LL "K(+ a' z rr, h ose esidenceCcaCla:O+olre orfghigme+'By H-ATTIE MARY. GLAARD.C No-1 rus---3.50' to1.0soa ppear bfore th bv en-:our soldiers mnention mos isCc..l.O.cus. u ihtn e
-- John H. Shuman Feedet pigs-----------10 t 24c tite Curt in the Court House ate!o lrd;o n at met--pwi ''
: k~bli6thoday ofomJunea'A. t :), to meet up wi Cok many places oVerseas. But Coca-Cola got there .
. _"__ _'___ answer ito0 Bill of' Complaint. f-or a. .."+ !
... ..........."-' ........-' divorce exhibited against you t here- / first. Yes siee, .Coc(a-Colaihas- beeh a globe-trotter since Way back
-_' 'Iin. and. the. "Monticello.+ News"
neJwspapecr published in Monticello, ,when; It ,has been od" in. ..ha '0 f ..n.ans
Cof;S "unty, Florida, is hereby -:
designated' as the newspaper "in +-..... ""
WANTED-PURE CANE SYRUP w hich this order shall be-Published "Ee "wt wa anomn oaCl otigpat neey
regularly once each week for four.Evn Wit wa ans-mnPCc-oa otn at neey
in GQallon ,or Half-'Gallon +Cans 'Witness the Honorables E. C. ocu.dcutreourme dlihdtofnCcaoa
Love and' W. May Walker, Jndgesocuidontes QUOTE ON WAT YOU HAVE TO OFFER as well 'as Clyde H. Sauls, Clerk. of,.eigbtldrihonhestinomaypcsaoudhelb,+++ :+ '
- said Court and the seal of said benbolerihontesoinomaypcsaoudhegb.
Court at Monticello, Florida, this An-ote+ofri hnthyfn t h os'?
24th day of April, A. D-. 1943. /AndihygfoitweteyidJtWhdest?
1. I SULES / CIRCUITUT -COURtT SEAL)
CLYDE H. SAUL.S ":
MAIOFOIAClerk of Circuit 'Court for Jefferson Co n, Flora.i / OTTLD UNlDR AUTfORITY OF HE COCA-OA CO PAhY STy+:
_________________________ Solicitor for Complainant. 5-7-St MO. NIEL OACL BTLN OPN
: !- + : ...... < % ;- " > .> ., :,. / ' I : :




FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 194'3 -THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIV
. WARD-WARD HONOR SENIORS SHOWER FOR
. 'r F WITH OPEN HOUSE MRS.LYLE KERR
Activitres r. ad. Mrs, Fred H. Ward, of
Social A activities Bainbridge, Ga., 'are annoupc -ig the M aid Mrs. W. J. Bullok enter About thirty-five guests attended
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. marriage of their daughter, Frances taine with open hose onorin theshower give by Miss aroline
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week Pearl, to Srgt,- Robert L. Ward, in th' senior class following the grad Brinson on Monday night at the
Tallahassee on Friday, May 28, natIon exercises on Friday night. Bison home for Mrs. Lyle, ClaxRev. F. c. Jelks officiating ent ride.
Mrs. Lionel Starbird of Green Miss Harriet Curtis who has been. After a short .r honeymoon, Srgt. th 1v 6room was decorated ton Kerr, a recent bride. i
wite aashort hoaeymoo, an.ditx The guests all had a merry tine
Cove Springs, who is in Tallahassee spending 'her vacation at home with and Mrs. Ward will make their d garden flowers and the bride was presented with
this week attending the State con- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Cur- home in Phoenix, Arizona. ri flewes el t be a e sef it
ference of home demonstration tis,'is planning to return to Detroit rs Ward i a granddaughter of arge evening a delightful number of lovely anduseful ifts
agents, spent last week end in Mon- p Friday night. Mrs. Sarah Johnson, of Monticello Mis oyer e ni i e ungs he m evn
licello with her mother, Mrs. J. F. i T e and a niecg of 'Mrs. E. V. Milton, Sr., Miss Joyce cooper, pinist, Miss' ed 'during the evening.
Williams. -- Miss BesAie Turnibull left Tuesday and has -visited here many-times. Mildred Dickert, soloist, and- Chbarii ____ -morning for Atlapti each where Ld ha t e Anderson, violinist. Air. and -Mrs.'S. L. McCall and MrMrs. E. B. Bailey,; Sr., who has she is expecting to s lend this Punch and cookies were served and Mrs. Sidney, L. McCall Ir, and
been spending three ..weeks with month. SMITH-COW NG by a group of young ladies. young daughter, Jean, of Jackson
relatives in Jacksonville, -returned Out of town guests included Dr. ville, spent We'dnesday night of last
on Saturday with her grandson, S Mrs. J. B.Brinson, Miss Caroline In a quiet ceremony attended and Mrs. Doak S. Campbell of Tal- week here as guests of tr. and Mrs.
D. Clarke, Jr., who spent the -w'eek Brinson, Miss Josephine Pate, Mrs. only by close friends and relatives, lahasee add maay relatives and Oscar Linton. On Thixrsday they
end her~. - ~.T. B. Chisholm of Thom sville, and 'Miss Elizabeth Smith .and Lieuten- friends of the seniqrclags. attended the graduation of Miss
Bailey Brinsoin, spent 'uniday ii ant -Charles D. Cawing -'were' mhar The Rev. E. L. Baxter, of Perry,. Mary. Ellen McCall, daughter of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Jr., are hn- Cochrine, Ga., with J. B. Brinson ried, Saturday, May'29, at 8 o'clock. AIRPLANE DESIGNERS will serve as rector of the local Epis and Mrs. 'ohn McCall of Jacksonnouncing the birth of a daughter, Jr., who is iq camp there. The ceremony was' performed by OF THE FUTURE copal church, succeeding the --ev. ville, from the Florida State College
- J
Martha Elizabeth, on Sunday, Ma k -Doctor Pierce S. Ellis the ..Slater Mo. irinded high J. Hill Johnson. The Rev. Mr. Bix- for Woien.
30. 'Mr-J. P. Maynard -and Mrs.- B t -Church at Tallahassee. school students from all the state ter and Mrsf. Baxter will make their:
M. Keene and small daughter, Mary, Lieutenant and iNrs. wing will an hMonticello whi e the for-!
atene the' :' ahere: _ilisur Mdl'hl
Mrs. Fred B. Ward, of Bainbridge, have returned to their home in make their home, temporarily /at atene aonts issuri Md er serves tihe chtrchs at Mti
AirplaneContest las .m er.servestheuchurchesat
Ga., with her family, "were guests North Carolina 'after spending sev- Selma, Alab3ama, where eutenant places competed cello, Lloyd and Perry. WAUKEENAH
on AMonday of Mrs. Ward's mother, eral days here' with Mrs. Maynard's Cowing is stationed at Craig Field fo r e 8lib panes "Tee
fort clip an thrprzs.olis,
Mrs. Sarah Jo unson, and her sister, son and daughter in law, _Mr. and o boys are- the airplane designers of Madge ard Jessie Alexander, Mr. and Ms. Ioy Rewink]b and
Mrs. E. NT. Milton, Sr. -. Mrs. J.D. Maynard. They came to M rs..D H dylet wekas gRests the future," sRandolph C. Walker, young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, of Crawtordville, were
attend the graduation of iss Jean for several days last week, Mrs.oo visitors with Mr.
Miss Mildred Dickert who ,has Maynard from the Monticello high E. Gilbert, with her friends, Mrs. sponsor of the 1943 competition Hooper Alexander, arrivii teir a M rs. Iirs w
been teaching music here during school. Another, guest at the May. John 'Snivley and Mrs. Welsh, of s .aid at the opening of the model from Atlanta Ga., to visit their ad Mrs. D. G. Chairs.
the past school year, accompanied nard lone was:Mrs. Edwi4 Swartz Winter -Haven. These ladies camearaces.corportion, ps Mralernth 'm a M nti l ning of Trenton
by her mother, Mrs. B. W. Dickert, who left Saturday for Panam 'City t ti-celo to attend the graduat- aircraft accessories corporation, is Miller in their home near Monti-' Mrs. D H. Browsig f Floy
left, Saturday, for their home at to join 'her husbandI 'who is -station- I"g exercises at the F.S.G.W. in poorpe sh nppsoe-fclo hywl b ondhr" VU M.ad-r.G .-ly
Daytona Beach. t hom ed at Tyndall sitld. I- ralla ee on Thursday, Miss Em the model planes. The two contest- later by Mrs Alexander and other and family while her sister, Mrs.
Daytona Beid l iillver e r hsd 'iss Jane ants are Elwood Carver, standing, members of the family who are Ifilton Anderson, Jr., of Monticello,
ly Glover wilert and Miss Jane and Gene Flynn. leaving this Nveek for Asheville, N. I is ill in the Archbold Hospital in
Mas.g o te a e C., 'Were they will make their Thpmisville.
Mrs. Sam Bennett who has been home.
... MRS. OTTO W. CLARK the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A Fin- ....Mrs. Ozella Lewis of Thomas City
lasot for several 'days this week, has been confined to her bed for
- ANTID TO BUY- ' Friends of Mrs. Eugene Bishop returned to her home in Al bailyy Bllock, ss r of 'Mr. n ,Ms. eral days with illness.
of -Vne W. J-. Bullock, who was graduated,-will regret to learn of thh deaitl of o on Thursday.:.ulk h w a te
her mother, _Mrs. Otto W. Clark, 'Friday night, from the' Montifellol The W.S.C.S. held their fifth 'MonLATE MD3DEL RADdtIOS-rda-mein a ari.-Mr.Ca
RAISwho -die'd on Saturday, May 22, 'at Mr. and Mrs., Doris Gandy of Tal- dng to s.v has- reaymetngurSrisnMs Ca
SAn Condition e in Hazelht'Ga. Iassee Spent nda wit the sville where he hs position M. McClellan presided in tl ab. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e home in Hnreqhrest, Gai'.' la"h ,a s spn Sunday.. with" .....
Funeral sevics ere ed es- former's mother, Mrs. Ella Gand with the Greyhond see of Mrs. Lew is, the president.
+-' A s Funeral ':: ) 4 .. : service were)".? +j :..
so day afternoon from the Methodist in her home in East End.
Church in that city.
VICTROLAS AND OLD RECORDS Mrs. Bishop accompanied by her EPISCOPAL CHURCH K
. SSU RADIO SHOP daughr Mrs. William White, of Re E. L. Baxter, Rectr
Perry, returned home the latter
part of the week. Sunday, June 6.
.. .'..'Church School-10:30 A. TEE0 O
lH oly Conunin-11:30 A. M.
""- .,,~- .. ':- ',SUNDAY MONDAY & TUESDAY -..:
- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Jne 6, 7 &8T h s'P o U' A, Roth, Pastor JAMES 'CAGNEY in,
Sunday School-10:25 a. ni. ANKEE DOODLE DANDY
*7* Morning Worshly 11:30) a. ti.
+,~~u ... .. .. ... .. .. 7 -20 ... .,++
a gTrning Wn in-2 F0 .. aJ.A Z Based on the story of
P a U, ?.:., NA~ Eve ning Worship-8:30 pi). n ,ORGE OF COHAN RAMU
in CASHPryrMei" WensaPrayr Metin, Pidrisday---WITH THE GREATEST OF ALL HIS GREAT MUSIC 8:30 p. m..
I iIVDN'tSDAY &THURSAY
CATHOLIC CHURCH Jutne 9 & 10' TUSA
Evn on AJKDC'ts
. Mass next Sunday in the Catholic THE MYSTERIOU DOCTOR
Burial Security for Individuals or Entire Faniles Chuch wi be at 11 o'clock. John Loder, Claude Cook
Nine but of ten families are unpre-) sire a funeral in keeping wit their o-CACTUS CAPERS AIR EXPRESS NEWS
pared for either the 'shock of grief -standard of iving pnd yet be unh'e oMETHODIST CHURCH
:or the financial strain caused by the to have it because of financial un.- E. Nash Philpot, Minister NEXT SUNDAY AND MONDAY
'unexpected death of a loved on preparedness. Jutie 13 & 14
'Grief is even harder* to stand when Church SchooVl10:30 A. CORREGIDOR
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The Mo1~nticello News, Monticello, Fla., 1Friday' Jue4 93
Beret and Bag SetA KTH EY WERE f~-~
>k~ ,Easy to Crochet ~XPEND BL
0O WHIITE f W.N.I..FEATURES Groundl or chopped meat needs, Rinse in cold water or wipe off
Th sor O ~much colder storage and keeps a with a damip cloth~ all your meatv, THE STORY SO FAR: Th tr f "Afteriwe parted, company atte 'Hey, Joe-got- a cigarette and shorter time~ than other ntea~t. vegetables and fruits, as son an
their part in, the battle for the Philip- entrance to Subic, Bay, he started a match?' they called o~ut. And an **possible after they are deliveredL pines is being told by four of the five aon ~-n
naval ~ ~ ~ ~ ron o'ieswoaeR ta slf ~ t nrthern- rim as we'd -hour -later they were,telling their When soilin which house plants- Canned goods and bottles of mE&
naval; offcrswo aroallquat 3. Teyo planned. Btjust before~ midnight story to Captain Cockburn, in the are potted becomes more like clay should be wiped off before they are are~Aut.J~n, ulele ('qWLliitn he developed engine 'Itrouble-the Ninety-second American,~ Infantry's than loamx it may, be lightened by stored in the refrigerator or cu!p. ant Commnandler), squadron commander; sabotetur's -wax had -l>g4 i field- headquarters tent.-,-Twnn adding sand to,-it. -Planlts grow board. iA~Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-in-command; strainers. -He cleaned theM an~d-had were back with us at Sisiman Cow, best in this kind of soil.and Ensigns Anthony Akers and George just gdot under way 'when moire trou-1 the next. evening.'. To tightly -- fasten corks in'botte*
. Cox Jr. Manila has fllen, and we ble ,developedf-the -cooling sysemn- --cm oete e boil'tecork for five minutes to
Kelly has told how~ he'spent New Year's -were lifting as they repie it over totell mre the stor of the ell- waV ri fue hetm~ten hl u
ital on Corregidor. whilento the head ni pressure rs thito thbttes
Eve ini the hosptaonCreio. he when there was an oiiou grind- gagement. 'When he as through, nntw iPnt~n h ktl~
Lieut. Bulkeley' was difscussing with the -- '"of water forces leaves apartY If cool the seal will be perfect.,
Admiral, a-plan of -escape to China. Lieut. ing sound under- the b'oat- they were 'K'elly,' be said, 'we need you. 'stifr m e edsadi ol 1 Bulkeley istlin bu, ah raid tw aground on a ref iiSubicBy 'Let' geE ahld of ht doctor, watrn to coed Doa nnool throw wyuewa
of 'the 'PT boats made against the Japs. "Te 'oke th ot, adfnl I si,'adyou tellim tat.' Thi jel tublr aovrs"Wsh
ieut. 'Bukeley, rode in th -13 bot ly started~ th egnstgtthem time it worked, Thle hole in my Unigtl scratche on-dr-clntraddyte and ph
F '- ~~~selves unistuck. But the rioise~ now finger wa still almost three inches ooe~ in ue~~~ oee f1~~nt i ~
attrI ~- -~ acted the ,Taps, and a- -3-inch long and about an inch wide, with fooeorniuemybecvrdinammt ai ca. ahnth
CHPE -VIn hi ~~ ~n~ ~'t o d e~d~ ,psdQ'~ by wr-apping~ a swab of cotton on l~teyho1&eml
-~ ~~hmslse coming nea~rer and a mnth it ws heald, except that 'atohik ipnji oie gt~t
"S e sleparat4', expecting' t Apply to the'scratches and whnee.Thus, thley wlbekep~t fresk
meet 't 'awn.- It was the last Ierr They -worked frantically, I can't, moe my~ finger jont) I dry tob wth furntr oih and he goo as ever fonetsa
-s ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ial ofhe the 31l reut-s gears' ~had to promTise them faithfully son ~ ih~~e~olh' s as. ~ onet
evrswo h 1boat.- Bu hee' sota hegnswr useless. would show up every other day for.dw ayb____________w~-happeed-"to- qir 4 IoatAnDeor -gave~ orders -to abano treatmnt, but the point of it was I Subic. First, -remember it was dar~k, s~ip. They wrapped' mattesses ini got 'out of th~at place. ,to look~ l-argr byetting the curhell ~n e ewas arauli "to -mfake arft, and all "Two days later I t-oo~k the 34,boat fan q ~ nliecsn n FOR
laewihJap field guns., Non each side an using draperies of MINO
got abnoaofd but De-g wh tyed out on mny first ptrol firoi Crregi- BUN OROIS
u~J~vnti'e m- re ice t o chp holes i the gas tanksand ior up along Bataah toward Subaicela~eV~ uh otat~ r PETROLEUM JELLY
Japs took- over. I We had -go n justL blb a hole inteba' otm Bay-ulkeley. who as squadron caig il o e sethough
~. ti 4.Jap 'eaicbhg ~ a ~ 'gipa~e ef ~ he omn der rode a)] boats on patrl 'spoted us and blinked 'out a~ dot- jupe. Tht was the en-d of the of- course was with me. 'It -was a -- Laguages I n Indi1a
dash' challenge, asking--who we 31 Tenh -couldn't find the raft incl A]night-and' chilly. Sw-eaters -What is the mst welcome gift ~ a ~O n ae
'~' $i~eve ilt' klW t~ the dar~kness, and4 being afraid to were comfortable over our khakis, You c n send to a man~te spoken in Ida
Jap code reply, niaturally we~ dint~ call out, swn fro the beach. although in, the'day#tine we wor s ervice? Wel urvey*s amng answer, buit changed course, veer- rf ih l iy5ot-q r~k <-9 evc n
"Th raf ha shve ofg with" al only'pser get-t orA~e trns sevc e hisevsowthat
ti6O awy Bu thep(i~i b as were gt-ro twelveaboard atthiree o'clock. Every'thing 'was going well, in, one of the favort pakaes from
560 'over Ilinin Point a s~igle field HIe waited" on'the sands until' fact it was mionotonous.' But when hlomne arecigare te. And4 firstA
IROCHETED accessories gaily piece opened 'up. None of it fell dawn. Then, in the gray h~'lhw eeaotteiyfv~ie ''~h h~reanuCil u e ~ eesotn he picked up' the tracks of nin e the coast, hell suddenly, startedI~o~ ices is Camelbsed on the actual
t es his sasoWThi~j~o- at e~p g n '~'o ~l- n.n He followed these until' thei y pingi" Our own batteries were shoot- -s1 records qst P xhne 1 X O
purse~; ing at us' Bulkley exla"ined -to 10 B n Qne'nug"tlic- r
Cht'eret And preset'is coo- ..We we were, abou 'abeamn of nethat' was the main excittement no Pos Ofic restricions on D I
tornke u~p in- straw y i to challenge us-this tim from a~ A ere ,OLA
1~~~~~ecou~~~~~~~~~nl~~~-n calhxi" te, ~ nt~ ig~cf~ htee i tk r m l al- youn ca still" send Camels to "olshipoe n u nel maybe thtcrui~ser We rs t et r- diers in the U. S. ad to Sailos,
strip of crcht chne corse. to g over and haver ragwihwecudtl b h rse
56ad-ook btsews small fry-not ~reo wheeve 'the ar Gardv me
illutfrati~~~~liht ofi th 5i~~- eir tracerr bullet.s ~ k
Paten 6 rcotaidre cton fo bee-ot o p d -h el wt e H l th~e ti e those d u b dasDueto n, unalylarge demand~ ad hee explained. fr'dfr
cuet" warconditon, lightly mor time By one o' th ost pular 'pattern nubes -TR A ~Dog i h ae a h
t~ir 'S~ng ordrs fe iwhr wean wer to mee Dnuesaorre ind
Sed you ore to: toar it Waswer it ae Jp leaning
thee e31boat and go in together for the bage trying to &t as ELIIOU
Sewin yice Ne"aealndch 'aSil 1), pt General' Wainwright's'lines? Then it
Sew 'g circle Needl~~~~~~r~~ft ~~ocuere to uas that it Enmwo ~ n ob eurdxighit be' En-~~SCCI~I
Enclose 15 cet pu oecno might hae happened, yet I couln' sinPatand the two' other menl9 "ofA -IRIF
'o s eDe~og's boatwho haddisappeared
No .........But there was nothing to dolbut inn,,Subic Bay. Toey might have4
Nam .... span~T-~rh a 9, tole a 'boat and -now b~e headed
............. wev cutte sp eed downi to eight home-we coud take chance So
Address"........................."lknots, skirted- Ciuiquita Islnd without firings we. drew nearer,
--- rounded Binapg~a Point, and entered" wa thing the' light.the little, bay on two e~ngines at "Preenty itbgatobikds
idin sped Everyr~ "-thing was quiet, and dash'es, all3ribetanbto no mesno fiin dow here, and then~ we," sag that w~e could read.1 Bl4keley
~UE"- --saw her aheadI in the dark not, five. "Ail ordered general quarters as a preWOLDS-LAIET EL~RAx hundred yards away. Creeping up c aution, and- thfe men wvere crouch- Xnaddiio~ to serving Kellogg's CornIFlak~es-as "mSeatless meas
on~hd"ut~~de w ~igbhind teir machine guns. It ue them2 to extend your et nmatlaebrnug ,co
- .- torp es ewhen a searchlight came- was about twenty-five yards 'away quette tffns casnol diseattioae, c~n ereal ln a.
Wat and ,ustj -- on ani dot-dash cod she asked, -sAwAqur'haped boat, low in, vilmetfaor. 7QOise~paiecrel
Everythig come to, i wo'whow wre thegt-i 'watle r-n suddenly its light :
W'~i~ T as "We aseredl rih-ih'two'?-r ft
hslsn whl hel~esh this.Thma wenhtri~ben" ~ut.le SAolpv~ihtleVE TIME-WORK- -FUEL- OTHiER FOODS, Q&I1
Edsn-opde- u hyhdhrdyenBlee to pwt h mega- I~ired "when- gave our bolt 0 r~ -- ,hoe 'Boat ahoy!' he call-ed. He
~.ORQUCKRELIEF Irudder. andI started away. It isn't 'got a quick answer.- -Br-xrr-rrr
*safe for an MTB to~ stay~ near a~ T- hey openedon him with machine
cruiser. One~ tortped nto with -'' guns. It looked like a fire hose 'of
a he'll of4 a 4thu?-we heard 'it over "~.tracer bullets headed-for our cockcA Soothing SA LVE "our shoulder-s.' Lcooking' back, we ----pit, and n'ow they speeded up,rtryANTsP~~ -i~fCO ~ te rle rising, 'and plresent- 4 V ilg,-to head for -shore. 'But we were
suits for 40< years-i valuable inged-i. ~ ~ epPso~w~" tten
ens Get Carboil4 at drug stores or write haye been heo1aalris."No th-we cdseik asaJpF A E
Sulc-ca NahilTn."uwehad n~o timiie'for staring, ''r landing barge, packed with4 men. -~..
or we were -into plentyltroub'le. One -"e uierd'I lhtwt It had armor. on -the bow i and The Kel~logg'sCorn Flakes are re-rQ~~Lo thosew" topde ha fale h u~ to, e~ r stern, and kept twisting and "turn stored to WHOLE GRAI N Kill-i4,
Lesthan. just at the entr'nce, alid' wa ma led -ito a. clump of bsewhr pltsitd toward us. Of coure "" itam ~nslij NiaciQ and lien. .. ........ ..........
e Z7ing what we, caa'ao ru~ n' its pro- he' found most of' his'craw. They our mnuve wao com~e in from- -pellfers buzzing like hl~l, compressed explained",they had stayedi with the the side, and let them have-i where 'n~Lii ~ y air' hissing so you couldna't hearr raf util dawvn was about to -br-eak.te couldn't, take it. ~P- u
yourself"-tIhink. Blut worst ofl- a Feaing sunrise wouIl expose them- "All this ,had been going on fo'D N'T Let Ou fighting Boys Down- '
-~~ torpedo is adjusted so tha it won' to the Jap~anese,' they-lhad decided -about "thirty seconds when I heard a ~* Subscribe NOWV for U. S. War Bon&d
fire until its' propeller has ma~de a porisk a swim to-the beach, where''.cry f~painfo behind. It was En -___________________________"'W / certain numrber of revoluions-I they could hide, But- Ensign Plat ign -Chandler. 'I've been hlit,' he
a dose shouldn't give 41" exactly,~ butt l'et's and 'two En, -whox couldn't -swim -'said- A' Jap bullet hiad: gone through
Usey tl as< dirrted vihrd Me ~ e 'ry~ well, 'decided to stay.i What btoflhisnles. 'We 'puled' him J
the tor~pedo is cocked like a rifle, beam ofte h ine,4 dinto t of the cokpt and lai him down and an eight-pound bow on ites of-e utem IN' THkEanli himdonY
would"se lo n k lnow, and'no one 'knows for. sure to- 'on the canopy, meanwhilee" circling U
wol*l it glory win usalIt his, day. ---the Japs' and pouring the -steel down
glory. "But -the -first, thing DeLong did -into their' vulnerab~le sidIes. We could he sy
________________________ "So' what to do? Somehow that ~t -ps- ooouts ndr al l a- noo P see-w were -getting' them ri'l




EIGHT THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1943
Deed 'Taxes
NOTICE Deed Taxes DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost
_~ DESRIPION BoIPTIaN OWNER. Costg NC :
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or so i much DESC.PTION. BookPage OWNER & Cost Pt lot 69 Blk 7 Barwick Add EE452 Nancy Williams -- 5.10
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for town taxes for Lot 17 Original Plan Monticello UU 411 'T. J. & M. A. Martin -- 1230 Pt lot 62 Bk 11 Barwiok Add -Y 445 Fannie, Williams -------- 210
the year 19142 herein set opposite to the name, together with cost of Lot 9 Blk 5 Fl Land & AbstCo TT 240 A. G. Melaikeof .--------- 150 Lot A Bl k 3 Fla~ Land Abst Co JJ 475 Ella Williams. --------- .4
such sale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Monday, Part lot 30 Blk 4 Simons Add WW 320 Katherine Mays------ 5.10 Pt NE of SE See 30 2N 5E II 346 Cornea Williamsthe 7th day of June 1943, at the Courthouse in Monticello, Florida, Pt SWY4 of NE% See 252N4E RR 480 C. Parkhill Mays ------24.30 Part NE4 of SEA Sec302N5E I1 468 Anna Williams ---------2.70
County of Jefferson, between the le gal hours of sale beginning at 12 Pt NE1 ofSE4 Sec302N5E __SS 326 S. M. Nickerson. .---------- .50 Part lot 61 Old Plan Mohticello P 496 Felcia Williams 2.70
,o'clock noon. Part lot 31 Blk 5 Simons Add._. FF 317 Sylvester Neeley .. 5.10 Lot 2 Blk 21 Wirick E Add F 49 Margaret Wilson -------2.10
Deed Thxes Lot A Blk 5 Fla Land & Abst Co MM, 108 John Neel ------ 1.50 Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ------ T 356 Lucile Wilson ------1.50
DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost Bot B Blk 5 Fla Lan & AbstCo M 1 16 Joe l. N l L 2 9 aot2, ckEAdad --EE 5 4 Lucile Vilson --- -1.20
Lot 39 Academy Hgts ------- Salle Neel -------1.50 ot) & 8bs BS 11 Fla Jand
PaNW of SW)/4, 302N 5E, AW 337 Pansy A. Anderson -- 19.50 o 4 c m gSi e5 A Co -------------- SS 11 Susan J. White 1.08
Ot 6 E .ot 46 Academy Hs Salli Neel ..------- 1.50o A.b Co
Lt 4 lk 6 Wirick E Add BB 471 Dan Allen ------------ 3.90 Part lot 12 Scotts N Add ------ MM 67 Onee a Prince ---------210 Lot A Blk 4 Fla Land & AbstCo MM 557 Juo i. W hite --1.50
Part Bik 8 Wirick E Add .... ------ 392 Dan Allen -------------. 1.50 Part lot 48 Barwick Ad ------FF 11 0. A.. Prince Est 2.10 Lot 4 J D Coles Add ..- BBB 220 Sallia White ----- 2.10
Lot I Blk 9 Wirick E Add -------.-- Dan Allen --- .-- 2.55 Lot 8 Hamrick Sub LL 331 0. A. Prine Est. 210 Lot 3 JD Coles Add ... V 113 Stephen White 5.1
Lot B Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 329 Richard Anderson .. 1.50,Part lot 8 Scotts N l N 364 Richard Ponder st. 3.30 Wt
Part lot 7 Scotts N Add -----------. Betsy Austin --------- 3.30 Part lot 83 Porter Add- 5 Mar Poert 70 Lts 7 2B 3 1 BA d43 k. 1a9
Part lot 6 Letchworth Add PP 498 Anthony Bailey Est. 2.10 Part lot 1 Porter Ad --------- y162 Isaac Phoenix --------- 1.50 Fla Land & Abst Co --- JJ 178 Louis & Captola Washin
Part lot 38 Wirick E Add V-- :. 592 Gladys Bozeman ---- 2.70 Part lot 16 ScottsN Add TT 359 Mack ek 7.50 tn -----------P4W ---- 2.10
Lot 45 BIk 2 Barwick Add PP 483 Roberta S. Beard ------- 2.70 Lot 2 B1k11 Wirick E Add -- PP 342 Douglas Partish-Est. Lt 1584 F L imon Add I- 1 2G9 ames Warner -- 3.10
Part lot 28 Bowman Add------ I 437 Butler Blood ----- .54 Prt lot 28 Bowman Ad W. te 2.10 Lot 158 Old Plan.onticello XX 41 W. A. Whie 2.7
Part lot 2 Letchworth Add B ler Blood --- .75 Part lot 19Parkhill Add ----- Est. . Parkhill ------210 Lot 167 Old Plan Monticello X 410 W. A. White --- 2.70
Part lot 1 Letchworth Add 7. Butler 'Blood .- -- 1.80 Part lot 11 Porters Add --------W 149 T, M. Pulestol Est. 390 Lot 168 Old Plan Monticello XT 410, W. A. White --------- 5.10
Part lot 5 Wirick Add -- WW 48 Butler Blood --- 8.10 'Part SWI4 of NEI, Sec302N5 RR 144 B. W. Partridge Est 6.90 Part lot 18 Dilworth Add ---- N 135 Dinah Youn ---- -- 5.10
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Part lot 30 D11worth Add QQ 112 lose DIllas -------- 2.70 Part lot 49 Old Plan MoAt cello BBB 97 Viola Sheffield .-- 42.30
Part Elk 8 Wirick E Add ------ CC 213 Joseph Dalls ..-------.. 270 Lot 47 Academy Hgt. ---------- NN 385 Geo H. &Ella Sanders
Part lot 4 Blk 21 Wirick E Add .0 Lewis R. Davis 2.10 Lot 3 Blk 6 Fla Land &Abst Co UP 248 Brag &'Richad Turner 2.10
Part lot 3 Porter Add ----------- Minnie Butler Davis 3.90 Pz rt lot 4 Porters Add -----.. W 35 Wm. Turner --------- 2.70
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art lot 9 Dilworth Add -.- V 10 6 Joseph Dinkins ----2.70 Part lot 32 B11k, 5eSimons Add CC 348 im Turiey ---.--- 2.10
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Monticello ------------.--... PP 62 Est. L awkins 48.60 Lot A BIk <6 MIaind&AbstCo MM 266 Ellen Thompson -------- 1.50
Part lot 54 Original Plan Lot 109 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 M. H. ripp .-- --- 1.50 ..
Montlello -. ------.. VV 262 Est. L. J Dawkins 12.601 Lot 110 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 Al. H. Tripp ..---- 3.30
Part NW% of NW S 30 2N 5E Q 486 Amma Edwairds Est. 5.10Part lot 73 Blk 13 Barwick Ad PP 39 Phyllis Williams --- 1.50- .Part lot 2 Dilworth Add -.--- TDC 178 E. H. Flipper ----. -- 8.70 Part lot 73 Blk 13 Barwick Add II 197 Phyllis Williams 1.53 Pepsi-Cola Compai Long Island City N.Y.
Part lot 4 Dilworth Add d..-..LL 88 E. I. Flipper ., 12.30 Part lot 72 Blk 14 Barwick Add 1 97 Plyllis Williams 2.70 Fraichised Bottler. N
Part oot 2 Blk 9 Wirick E Add .l ol s teacher ---- 2.70 Part lot 10 Fla Iand & Abst Co---- Frances Wlindsor 1.50 *Nw er
Part NEV4 of :SE% See 19 Part lot 8 Porters Add IIF No 1 82 Pearl Williams 2.70 PEPSI-9LA BOTTLING COM A OF PERRY
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PrtSE of SE .Sec 19 'Aeiss Eva Be'linger of Tallahas21 5E --------------- WW 319 Farmer & Merchants see was the guest of her brother -Lots 11,112 Orignal ank-- .. 15.30and sister in law, Mr and Mrs. P.
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Lots 26, 27, 28 Academy Hts WW 2,87 Ruth Pate olsm Flo3.90X Wednesday.',s Lots 1 to 24 Bl1 5 Jefferson Hts WW 290 May rienn Folsom ------ 11.82 Lots I to 24 Blk6 Jefferson IHts WW 290 May Feni Folsom 1.82 NAVY ANNOUNCES Part Bak 6 Jefferson Hts 'W \W 290 MAy Fein Folsom _' --- 3.30
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk 1 Wirick. E Add VV 228 I. & J Folson -.- 108.30 nMODIFICATON OF
Part lot 51 Original Plan PHYSICAL STANDARD
Monticello _--------------- XX 28 J. 1. Flson ------.---- 24.60
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Lots 16,17 Blk 4 Jefferson Hts 102 E. R. Farr -------------- .74 of Nay physal standards now
Part lot 44 Scotts N Add ------ TT 581 H. R. Faglie ............ 1.50 permits voluntary /enlistment i) th2
Part lot 44 Scotts N Add ------ T 514 H. R. Fagli --... ----- 3.90 Naval Reserve of 17-year-old
Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ------- I 18 Es Gatlin --------2.70 yoths and men from 38-501 with
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0Lot 20 Parkhill 'Add ---------- Y 158 Ben Green -...----- 2.10 plained by Lieut. Condr. T. J Need- is newspaper, I
Pt lolt .I Bk 21 Wirick E Add ZZ 207 Pearl Gil'es --- ----- 3.90 ham, Jr., officer i charge of Navy an Enjoy the finet magazines YEAR) ndPt lot 8 Blk 7 Wirick E Add --- Y 34 Est. Agnes Girardeau ---- 3.90 r u while saving tires.and gas.
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Lot Pre'bytri~nLans-----"~183 1 Luis Reserve, but oni and \after 'June I Any M~agazine ListedI Only through this newis-ieGra
Lot 4 Presbyterian Lands FF 183 Est. Louise Girardeau 20.40 beere paper can you get such e Great
Part lot 9 Dilworth Add --- XX 179 L.; Pope,------------ 2.70 will be broaened to cover those
Part Blk 9 Wirek E Add ---- VN 27 Carrie Hunter ---.... -.- 2.70 'acepted through Armed Forces In- Both For Prices Shown big reading bargains
Part lot 8 Blk 16 Simons Add PP 183 Willie Hughes --------- 3.90 ductio a ic your f e aod
Part lot 11 Porters'Add Y 10 Matilda Hope ---------- 1.50 o mail copo to us TODAY.
Lot 7 & Pt lot 8 F L Simon Add AA 429 Emelie Hines .... 3.90 Aen previously rejected on these Ali Magazines Are For 1 ear
Lot 21 Carroll Sub ---------- yY 248 Lewis Hill ------------ 3.90 grounds are being urged to apply
Part lot 2 Porter Add ---------- V 475 Wm. Hicks ---------- .. 2.70 immediately for another physical 0 American Fruit Grower.2.25
Part lot 24 Wirick E Add IIF No. 1 23 Minpie Hibbard --------- 630 checuYp. ] Anerica Girl -2.75 75
Pa lk 9orerw Addd Q----V 36 ase Ha nris-In-- 0 the ase fo the eyes, the defect- O Aerican Home .g Economy lub
Part lot 31 Dilworth Add ----- T 295 Est. Peggy Harris 2an 70 ive vision must not 'lae been caus l American Poultry Journal. 2.15 True Story -Y 1 r.
o Par ot,& 4 Blk 7 Wirick E Add GG 469 Evans Hall ----.--------- 70 ed by organic disease, and in the F Better Cooking 3.60 Household Magazine _____........1Yr.
cPart10t 15l s Add I es ae of the teeth the gums must be O Better Homes & Gardens 2.75 rarrmerwife r. GROU' Aelect Three
Part 3 2'l r Si ths Add .. PP 28 Etihanel C aclkney -- 8.90 r C diSse O Breeder's Gaztte 2.50 soqern Agriculturist 1 Yr. [] Trne Story 1 Yr
Part ot 3ik SwottN Add ----- 268 Nhaneh Hadkney .70 re a U ChilLife .... 3.25 This Newspaper 1. 1 Yr. U Better Homes & Gardeis 1 Yr.
Lot 6 I 1k B Reichmiar\Sub ~YY 2-9 Alice McCall Hugh~es -- 19.50 IHeretofore applicants were 're- U Christiq.p Herald ___....._._._ 3.00 oa' oeCm... r
Part NEW1/ of SW'A S252N 4E ..SS 255 W. S. Howard .-.-.- 3.30 quired to havie vision of 15120 in the O Click 1. ..,...=............ 2.50 Regular ALL .U Wmian Home 1om Yr:
Lot14 arroll Sub . .... MM 303 Mrsed J. B. Hore . 2 .0 best than 6120 ib the U 3.60 Value S $ O Clik 1 Yr.
Part NW of NEI S302N GE LL 282 Mrs J B ... .. 0 3..90 0 Column digest U.2 merican Girl .....8 Mo.
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Part Eli 8 wir Add ..... en ... .chewn and suitable re- Etude Msic Magazine 3.50 'Fact Digest Yr.
Lot 5 Blk 10, Wirick E'Add ._- B 181 J. M. Henry Est. ..... 7.50 placements. Former mihimum height U Fact Digest ... 2.50 U Silver Screep A1 Y.
Lot 5 Bk 15 Wifick E Add ... S 78 J. Mc Est. 5 5.10 vas' 02 inches. Requirement of a Farm Jul. &Frm's Wife 2.15 CsrisAia l ...... -1 Y.
Lot 6 elk 15 Wirick Add S...... S L7M.. He.r .Est. 8.50 as U Flouwehol Gro e 2.E.4 .00 U Chrtin Hcerae d .6o
Lot 3 Blk 21 Wirick E Add ___ ER 484 J.tMHenry Est ...... 10 least 6hr0 the worst Sillyre- U Flouerhogazi 3.00 0 Mderptiee ... .rLpr.a"f
tot 3 Presbyterian Lands, D 303 Moseley Henry .... .. .80 vails whileN the maximum height Hygeia 3.25 U Open Road (12 iss.)....14 Mo.
Lots <40 & 45 Academy Hts -VV 14 11arji Inc. ..._ 3.90 remains at 76 inches. Oi Liberty (Weekly) .... .. 4.10 #V..j Screenland ......1 Yr.
Lot 8 Elk 5 Fla Land & Abs Co TT' 602 J. Part lot 5 Scotts N Add ..--- ---II 448 Sam James 1.50 svie d r U Modern Romances .... 2.50- U Parents' Magazine 6 Mo.
Part Elk 8 Wirick E Add __--T 438 Est Lizzie Jackson .9 located U Modern Screen -_ 2.50 0s Plower Grower .6 Mo
Part lot 2-Scotts N Add---------VV 192 Est. Chas Jackson 1.50 Jere, in Tampa, St. PetersbUrg, Or- U Nature (10 iss. 12 mos.) 3.60 U Outdoors (12 ss.)14 Mo.
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Part lot 9 F LSimon Add AA 247 Viola Jordan 1.... 0 5.1 l e.U Parens' Magazine .50
Lot 3 Elk 8 Wirick E Add ZZ 76 Janie Johnson-5.10 COLOREDNEW 'l
Le~t 10 Elk 3 Fin Land & Abs Co MM 226. J. IL Johnson--------2.70 U- Pragreinde Farer 2.5 GOPBSlc w
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P ot 8 Portrs' dd.-...----V eJa i Jo on -ake C i la., willaedaro M s e Mo ribuneL 1 .
Part lot 31 Old Plan Monticello YY 210 Katherine Johson 1.0 ticello at Bethel A.M.E. Churtih, on U Silve'creen .. 2.75 O Eotebory's ulte L 1 Yr
Part SEk of Wiek 2 5Edd-- IL-- 120 Stehe King---------1.50 Thursday, Juine 10, -at 8:30 p. m. O Southern Agriculturist --2.15 VIF UProgessive Farmer__ 2 Yr
Pur llk Wric EAdd--- V 27CarieH. Lewis-------5.10 B~e sure to hear these boys ping U Sports A -d2.7 U Southern Agriculturis .2 Yr.
Lo 3 El 3 rSlinmons Add-.----. 129 an ane 5ns0the songs you like to hear. Corne USucessfuI Famng 2.25' Iroe1'
Part Iot~ 66 Elk 9 Earwick ,Add Y 309 Win. Lemons Est. 3.90 one come all and hear the famou UTrue Storyn 2.50 []U SuccLesl Farng e 1 Yr.
Part lot 65 Elk 10 Barwick Add II 413 Johannes Larkin---_----7.50 Southland 'Jubilee Singers while ThO Woman HoeCop 2.675UNt LvsokPrdcriY
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add--_-_--_-LL 280 & 452 Jochannes Larkin -.. 8.40 your city. Admission 'will be cliarg- ~'oa' oe~op~27
Part lot 10 Scotts~ N Add ____FF 298 Johannes Larkin------5.10 ed.Pt NW 4 of NW'! Sec 30 SN'5E V 20 Johannes Larkin------3.90 0u UP 0 N IL I A DM IT
Lo t21 Elk 9 Sior Ad----S- 3'F Eiaet c irhy 39 Rev. A. P. Postell, D. D., A. B., 70 U W Eu THISNE SA RTO Y
Lot 15 Academy iHgts--------II 484 Mattie Lou McElhany 2.10 presiding elder of the North Jack- 005ME Check magazines desired and esclose with coupos.
Sec 30 2N 5E-----------W 35S. L. McCall --8.40 and will preach at Bethel A.MF enleen I nls les edm h
Lot 4 Elk 27 Wirick E Add K 140 Anthony Mills Est.-----1.50 04ofrcekd ihaya' usrpint orppr
Part lot 69 Bk 7 Earwick Add Z 368 Martha L. 'Miller------5.10 services, JIunie-. Dr. Postell is one NAME ..-i~._______________Part lot 69 Elk 7 Barwick Add _- M1 537 Louise Miller Est.------5.10 among the strongest preachers of ODTRaET OR RF. soPart lot 29 Elk 4 Simons Add __ II 341 Carrie Miller---_------270 the A.MI.E. Church's connection. It0
Protd6 E~lkl 1Wiick Add ZZ 503 Henry A. Malloy--_-___--48.30 wilb atet oharhr. e.POSTOFFICE ''-




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