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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.58 no.50 July 2, 1943


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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gateway to Florida, FLORIDA
The Offce of Price Administra- Thile growing shortage in supplies A special service dedicateed to the Jacksonville, (FN.S) Statutory
tion is appealing to all housewives s of pulpwood, the raw material from serv eemen will be held at the reg- mandate that lists of lands deliaand others purchasing foodstuffs which smokeless powder, .contain- ular hour for morning wors'hilp, quent for 1940 taxes and covered by
pand groceries to immediately devise ers for blood plasma, food and mu- Sunday, July 4. The Rev. B. A. Roth 1941 tax certificates be prepared imSplan of spreading out their pr- ntidons and print papers are made, pastor, will lead the service, mediately for absolute sale of the
chases during the month-end as far is rapidly becoming America's No. property through court proceedings
Sas possible so as to avoid last min- mater' fl problem, according -to Wal- will be followed, it was decided at
ute rushes at retail stores which ter M. Dear, co-publisher of the ELVEN LEAVE the meeting of Florida's Circuit
could upset and demoralize the even Jers y City (N. J.) Jersey Journal FOR CAMP Court Clerks here Saturiday. The
flow of rationed commodities. For 'who has been appointed chairman sale, provided under the 1943 laws,
the six-day period between July 1-7 of a committee of newspapers to co- Elevenday, J une 25, for the inductionys will be a final sale and give the purin Friday, June 2-5, for -the induction wihase an fabsolue tn ie frmthe r
six blue processed food stamps operte in cutting more pulpwood. center at Camp Blanding. chaser an absolute title from the
will be effective. Blue stamps, K, With pulp production in the Unit- circuit court itself just -as results
L, M will remain valid until July 7, ed S ates off more than 22 percent h oe leaving were: Morgan r ort foreclosure. There
Stamps N, P, Q, become effeefive during the first four months of 1943, rStopher Anderson, James no period of redemption afJuly 1 and remain so until August 7. and Canadian and Newfoundland mour Sledge, George Hilliard tAnder- hill be no period of redemption afson, George Wilbur Reed, Edward
Red stamps J, K, L, M, N for the production declining at an alarming a or il r e l e aleprobed
.... Bradford Bailey, Jr., of Monticello; L
purchase of meats, fats, oils and rate, the War Prdduction Board and Johnnie Frankiin Wheeler, William while the lists are being made up
cheeses will expire Wednesday, users of products made from pulp- Samuel PeI ters Richard Franklinfor submission to the county comJune 30. Red stamps P, Q, R, S, be- STOCKYARDS ALMOST EMPTY wood for war purposes are con- Walke t of Lamont illiam Leon missioners for court action. The
come effective on the following dates Chicago.-Photo made at the Union Stock Yards, Ohicago, world's front with an immediate and Rabon of Leroy and- Ists must be delivered to the comand~~~~~~ Waukeenah; uy31,, rvesariyprbem ai r mis-sioners within 90 days from the
and are good through July 31: P, greatest live stock market, of pens which normally hold thousands of rav scarcity problem, said Mr. lev and ,Mastin Hubert O'Neal, of -er ii as fom
.,June 27; Q, July 4; R, Jul' Dear date the 19.41 certificates become, 2 !
Deai Aucill a. y
June 27; Q, July 4; July 11 cattle awaiting processing for human consumption in the world's larg- Ie both the United States and bee 2
S, July 18. est packing houses. Shipments arriving currently are one-third those Since both the Unit esn years old-which means the job
da are reported to be using must be Idone immediately and exWith shortages already existing of a year ago. At the present, city butcher shops report scarcity of C ire ulpwood out of inventories
throughout every section of the beef. Meanwhile war meat board members are discussing allocation more Inpdu e peditiously.
tha ,- eiuns fusseitcbyn eIs shortge produc t ma d far WNhile the lists are being compiled
country in many rationed items, the of, meat to armed forces, American Allies and civilians is being produced, a fr more hile the lists are being compiled
seriousness of unsystematic buying seriooris shortage of products made R by the clerks and while the forecannot be too forcibly brought to -- from pulpwood is inevitable unless closures are pending iany person
the attention" of War Price and Ra- WEYMAN HORNE MAJ. K. C. SMITH imm date steps are taken to cut may purchase The certificates but all
tioning Boards. It is hoped that the IS CAPTAIN IN KILLED IN ACTIONmor wood emphasized Mr. Dear. city taxes must tL paid up and there
ZtiogBad.I shpdta h IS CAPTAIN IN KILLED IN ACTION the last four mrontlhs rerecent experiences with expiring ORDNANCE DEPT D ng the last four months re are other penalties if action is not
shoe stamps where stores were vir- MN N ir. and Mrs. Charles L. Moore peat warnings of the increasing taken by the taxpayer prior to the
tually besieged by customers trying Weyman S. (Bill) Horne, of Au- received the news this week that gra y of the pulpwood situation expiration of the two-year period,
to spend their expiring shoe stamps cilla, Florida, has been promoted to their niece s husband, Major Ken- ha een given by Donald M. Nel- which in some counties is July 7
'will not be repeated in meat and the rank of Captain in the Ordnance neth C. Smith, had 'been killed in son chairman of the War Produc- -and in others is August 4.
processed food establishments. Dept., at Ordnance Replacement ction on May 30, in the North Pac- tion oard William iG. Qhandler, When the property is sold under
::ii. ept., -at -Ordnance Replacemlentl',rationl on Nhv '36, in t1he North PacI-Whnteporyisoludr
Training Center, Aberdeen Proving fic area. The telegram received b\ forr chief of the Printing and the new law it will carry a merchanabl -titl without flawsn ofian
TIRES Ground, Maryland. his wife gave no details. Pub thing vision WPB, and his charitable title withoutflaws of any
,He is at present maintenance of- Major Smith, 30 years old, was a suce sor, Harry M. Bitner, Arthur kind and the owner who procrastinficer for the O.R.T.C. ive of Laysmith, Wisconsin. e G. keman, director of the Pulp ates will really lose out. Title in"The seriousness of the tire situ- fleer for the O.R.T.C. Ladysith, Wisconsin. surance companies haveapproved
The rou the t t, Captain Homrne has been stationed was a graduate of Ripon College in and per Division, and others. surane companies have approved
ation has been brought home to at Aberdeen Proving Ground for the Wisconsin. An outstanding student r Nelson said: "If every one of the procedure, the legislature was
-M ire rationing L. G Mrris chairman of the past sixteen months, orf military science and tactics, he ore than 3,800,000 farmers in the told, and from now on when the
Conti ar-Prceadationingpalft f awarded a Thomason Act ap-t county "takes over" title and sells
SCounty War Price and Rationing active duty in the in- state were to devote three extra the land or anyone else buys it after
Board, said today, with the an- STANFORD REICHERT fantry on his gradtidt in -1936. 1943 to cutting pulpwoodthe court decreehe purchaser can
fantry on his raduaton in 1936. daycourt dcree,the purchaser can n ouncement that sufficient recap- RECEIVES AIR MEDAL Mrs. Smith is the former winni' e uld overcome the threatened secure title insurance insuring a
p to meet the needs of those who must I Headquarters Panama Canal De- fred Moon, daughter of Col. and to sp re. history of Florida tax sales. This
have them and that the government partment.-Sgt. Hugh S. Reichert, Mrs. Jaeob R. Mooi and a grand- "I Ie every American makes it necessary for delinquent
has been forced to meet the situa- 25, of St. Augustire, Fla., is one of Ddaughter of kJn E. ,inter, Of LCol- L
'qn~b e~si~~j~ ~ -- timbus, Ga,'al well known in 1.Nein- get. icr cango bes~ THRT3gT AP1ofial.
reQahgpre toa2i_1m
:dioont sby t
lion low-quality used tires to be receive the r Medal at a base in with the latter's two children, C tive to fid out whether he can be THIRTY-EIGHT JAPS officials.
sold to motorists holding Grade III the Caribbean area, for meritorious thia, aged four, and Kennetih Jr., six of service in the production of pulp-
rationing certificates. achievement wh{le participating in wood" Passed By Censor.-Here, proudly
"'The tires are part of the supply long-range ocean patrol flights, months, are making their home in wood." P .-. pu
m tuse f or t dratomn Extension foresters and county wearing his Congresional Medal of LAMONT HOME
Columbus, Ga., for the duration. !
purchased last fall and winter un- At an impressive ceremony, Col.his wido and chiren agents of the Department of Agri- Honor is Marine Platoon Sergeant DEMONSTRATION CLUB
pucasdlatfalad ite n--.B-eside his widow and children,cutr'fI M Jhl
'der the idle tire purchase plan. They Forrest G. Allen, commanding f Maj. Smith is survived by his parculture will advise farmers on prop- John (Alanila John) Basilone, 26, of HOLDS MEETING
are called emergency tires and are fleer of a bombardment group, pin ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smith, of er cutting and marketing methods, Raritan, N. J., who was awarded the
branded with an "O" into the side- ned the medals on thc officers and Ladysmith, Wis., and a sister, Mrs. and the War Manpower Commission Medal in recognition of his outstand- The Lamont Home Demonstration wall to identify them," Mr. Morris men, and in a brief talk commended N. L. Malcobe, of Green Bay, Wis. has classed production of pulpwood ing heroism in the field. Firing a Club met at the home of Mrs. W. D.
i~ht t idntiy tem, Mr Moris:the~a~ fr teiraccmplshmnt.N. L. Maleobe, of 'Green Bay, Wis.
explained. them all for their accomplishment. as an essential war occupation. inadhine gun and also using a pistol, Sawyer, June 23, 1943. The meeting
The emergency casings are not fit Sgt. Reichert is the son of Mr. Basilone piled up 38-Japanese bodies was called to order by Mrs. J. B.
for recapping but can be made ser- and Mrs. Tryan Reichert, 18 Myrtle GARDEN CLUB NEWS BETHELin front of his emplacement on Cooksey in the absence of the presiviceable for limited use either as Ave., St. Augustine. -- Guadalcanal, Otober 24, 25, 1942. dent and vce president, at the time.
spares or on low-mileage cars. Mo- The program committee of the DEMONSTRATION He is the son of an Italian-born The subject under discussion was
torists may purchase the tires thru Monticello Garden Club met on CLUB MEETS tailor and has spent nearly six the Extermination of Rats, Roaches
their regular dealers. KATHERINE THEATRE Thursday at the home of the dhair- years in the U. S. Armed Forces. He and other insects -all commonly
is creditd withiplyingiaemjoreknownasmpests
Ceiling price to the consumer o ANNOUNCES CHANGE man, Mrs. T. S. Braswell. The other The Bethel Home Demonstration is credited with playing a major known as pests.
:the emergency tires is ,one dollar IN PROGRAM members of the committee, all of Club had its regular meting, June 11 part in the virtual annihilation of an Those in attendance were the foleach, with dealers permitted to I whom were present, are Mrs. L.-C. with a good attendance. After song entire Japanese regiment, lowing: Mrs. MdD'aniel,-Mrs. D. R.
make additional charges when they Beginning the week of July 11, Lawrence, Gladiolus Circle; Mrs. C. and prayer, had a short business Walker, Mrs. G. C. Mills, Mrs. Robt.
repair tires before selling them. the regular schedule of showings at A. Rankin, Mignonette Circle; Mrs. meeting. Mrs. Loeb took charge of Jones, Mrs. J.B. Cooksey, Mrs.
"The release of these poor quality the local theatre will be changed O. C. Head, Nosegay Circle; Mrs. P. the meeting then, giving a demon- THREE MEMBERS Georges, Mrs. W. D. Sawyer, Mrs. P.
tires emphasizes the fact that the slightly, according to an announce- C. Wilkins, Cherokee Circle; and stration on table setting. FAMILY IN SERVICE R. Peters, Mrs. J. G. Roberts.
?. tresempasies hThectclubtheshadtlaaroundg tablenoune-dis- --BAfterFondallCicbusinessb hd wasun attended
nation has to squeeze every possible ment from Mr. Sam K. Stratos, man- Mrs. F. A. Brink, Founders Circle. The club had a round table dis- After all business was attended
mile from its rubber supply," Mr. ager. Desired objectives for the year cussion on this and table etiquette. Miss Grace Miller, -daughter of Mr.refreshments were
Morris continued. Changes in pictures will come on were discussed, especially keying Mrs. Green and Mrs. Ward seraen and Mrs. James P. Miller, of Lloyd, served and a very pleasant social
Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and all programs to the tempo of war delicious refreshments. has joined the WAVES and will hour was enjoyed by all.
Saturday. The week will begin with emphasis on conservation, food Next meeting will meet with Mrs. leave on July 15 for Hunter College
with a new picture to be shown as crops, the development of substi- J. T. Daniels at her home, with to begin training.
H L TH NOTES usual on Sunday and Monday. The tutes in food, flowers and methods "Flower Arrangement" as the dem- Miss Mary Mfiller, a sister, is a WOMAN'S SOCIETY OF
Dr. F. A. Brink, Director following picture will run two days of cultivating aid sharing. Plans onstration. 2nd. lieutenant in the Army Nurse's CHIStTIAN SERVICE
instead of one, showing on Tuesday for the general meetings of the Club Fr d er to the San T
and Wednesday. Another picture were completed and the circle proPREVENT AND SAVE w:l be shown on Thursday and grams were 'drafted in rough to I 'THEY GOT ME COVERED'- ford Naval Air Base. Society of Christian Service will
A hospital bed is giving the Health Friday, with Saturday, one day only' completed on July first. BLEND GAIETY, THRILLS neet on Monday, July 4 at 4:30 in
_____- the following places:
: Officer a new perspective on Health reserveddSor the Western, a serial -IN COMEDY SPY-HUNT BRIDGE CLUB Circle No. 1 with Mrs. T. B. Mc-
problems, It is all too evident that and comedy. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS Said to be the comedy hit of the Donald.
illness is expensive. Not only is Mrs. C. A. Simpson entertained Cile 2 Fi
.... ... ...... .. .. yar, Samuel Goldwyn's new star- Iircle No. 2 with M rs. Felix
there the outlay for medical care, r, Samul odBnb e s the Bridge Club on Wednesday, Johnston.
but the disruption of the home and othclemor BThe Hope Cover- June 30. Mrs. L. H. Rainey won Circle No. 3 with Mrs. L. R.
work routines means that other per- othy Lamour, "They Go M Cover- high score; Mrs. S. D. Clarke, low R e. i MR
sonsrO mustatry ta on tem po- ---i~iii~i~iii ii~i ed," revolves about the side-split- s mcg*
sons must try to carry on tempo- ting efforts of a discredited Amer- en to two guests, Mrs. wr Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Malcolm
rarity to the best of their ability. At an foreign correspondent to re- o o e Mrs.
best more time is spent in doing the deem himself by exposing an enemy uopper Aexauder of Asheville, N.C.T Wesleyan Guld will meet on
ill person's work than he would ring in the nation's capital. July 5 at 8:30 p. m., with Mrs. Mauhave devoted to it. And time is one rice Loeb.
of our most valuable possessions. spy-ring in the nation's capital. .. ....
Public health authorities have its thrills, the film is hailed as one PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
long emphasized prevention as the of the funniest offerings of the en- Robrt '. Wallace, Minister 1'
best waytohavized theenwasteof thie -~ tire year, and the best of the six IWANIS
best way to avoid the waste of tim~eehcsnwi teHoeamu
vehicles in which the Hope-Lamour July 4, 1943. ~Uu
human energy and -emotions, and duo have appeared. 'Th'y Got Me Church School, 10:30 A. M., CurrA D -C lqi,
life. The Jefferson County Health v pCu
Covered" also introduces a talented J. aseltt, superintendent 2sur"
new find, Lenore Aubert, who is >losnng Worship, 11:30. Quarterbest skill to this x-ery end. Today cast as one of the spy group along ly Cominmumnon Service. President "Short" Foste presided
the people of the county have a with Otto Preminger, Edward Clan- You t-' Pelte's o at the club luncheon on Wednesday.
most compelling reason for co-oper- nelli, Donald Meek add Philip Ahn. Monda: Ju'y Crole No. 1 will He read a letter fron the Thomasating in this endeavor-to contri- Luxurious settings that reproduce meet with Mrs. Henry Holmes at 5 ville Club in which they expressed
bute to winning the war. Some of many noted spots in and around o'clock at the Sunday School room. appreciation of courtesies on Divithe services offered through the Washington, as well as various Circle No. 2 will meet at 5 o'clock sional meeting night.
Department that will "prevent and WAR ON THE SAL WEEN RIVER FRONT, CHINA hotel and office suites and shops, with Mrs. Stuart Simpson. Norbert Stephens gave a short
save" are treatment of venereal in- are notable features of this RKO, July 6, Circle No. 3 will -lk on Fall Gardens. Norbo's refeetions, immunization of children Somewhere in China.-A poorly-equipped army of Chinese soldiers Rad.o release meet at 8:15 with Mrs. Henry Mal- marks on garden were instrtuctive
who will enter school in September, fought to a standstill the three-pronged drive of a superior force of my and useful. 1ie recomnmends ca-bpre-natal care of expectant mothers, 50,000 Japanese soldiers along .tthe Sal een River front near Burma. Mrs. T. C. Reichert and her son, Wednesday, July 7, Prayer Ser- bags, multarld, beets, turnips, carand an adequate sanitation program This picture, among the first to be received froum that area, shows Conrad, of St. Augustine, are visit- Wice at 8 o'clock rots, onions and lettuce.
for the individual home as well as camouflaged Chinese in their trenches repelling a charge of Japs, aided ing relatives and friends here this Rev. J. L. Hunter, new Methodist
for the whole city and county, Iby artillery, exploding at the right. week. B Y U. S. WAR BONDS minister, was a visitor.

MONTICELLO ADVERTISER --e, hogs, Moliday. Hlogs sold higher JULY 13, 1943
Established 1869 than last week. Cattle sold a little Pursuant to the Florida Soil ConMONTICELLO CONSTITUTION servation -Districts Law, Chapter
Established 1873 easier than last week. 582, and in accordance with secChanged to T'S A Best steers & heifers -_ 10 to 15.50 tions 582.18 and 582.19 of said law, A DS
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 Medium steers & heifers 9 to 10l.00 notice is hereby given of an elecBNATIONAL DITO IA Hor THIS est cows -------------10 to 13.00 tion to be held July 13, 1943 for the
)_HOR- ON T1119 election of three supervisors for
NOA, SSOCIATION ET A 1 I / ) M"edium cows -------- 7tol0t hree-year terms for the JEFFER-"
SO I ll Bulls ------------------- 8 to 12.50 SON SOLL CONSERVATION DIS- FOR SALEHouse with furniCalves ---- ------------------10 to 16.00 TRICT. FOR SALE-House with furniNo. 1 hogs---- No. 1 hogs 14.10 Voting Plhces:- ture and fixtures, two acres, well,
No. 2 s -4.0 County Agent's Office-Court with electric pump, at Thomas City.
WILL H BULLOCH No. hogs ---1---------------1 5 house--Monticello. Mrs. B. O. Lewis, Lloyd, Fla,
WILL H. BULLOCH No. 3 hogs 13.80 Polls will be open between the Route A. 6-25-2t
Editor and Proprietor No. 4 hogs ------------------14.50 hours of 9:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M.
No o -- 5O All qualified electors residing:-...
DOROTHY BULLOCH No. 5 hogs ------------- 15.50 within ualthe Distrilct shall be eligible HELP WANTED-By most modPublisher Roughs -------------- 10 to 14.00to vote in this election. ern and complete shipyard in the
sFeeder pigs ----------- 12 to 20.00 A qualified elector as defined in State of Florida. Located on Gulf
The Official Paper of Jefferson Wut DBring your cattle and hogs to our the Florilda Soil Conservation Dis- Coast with desirable and ecoomCounty and the Town of Monticello. tricts'ij 'SfJ I 'sales every Monday. tricts Law includes any person il ln iiionseey
Entered at Monticello Post Office qualified to vote in general elections
das Mail matter of the Second Class under the Constitution and Statutes i new. Welders, ship4fitters, pipeIas Mail matter of the Second Class N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of Florida, who is also a. land own- fitters, electricians, storekeepers,
Telephone ..... -_--___ 138-R SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF er within the herein named district* layout men ships carpenters and
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Administrator State Soil Conser-'stengraphers needed. None nee
News Building Dogwood Street Elethia Griner, vration Board. 7-2-2t apply who are now working at full
_ _"___ "Complainant, skills in War Industry, unless reSUBSCRIPTION RATES vs. DIVORCE. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE lease from present employer can be
One Year ------------- $2.00 Willie Griner, SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF produced.
Six Months ------------- 1.00 Defendant. FLORIDA IN AN4) FOR JEFFERThree Months ----------- .75 On the 2nid day of August, 1943, SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NEWPORT SHIPS
T e n.the defendant Willie Griner-whose Leonard Carroll,
residence is unknown, is required to Complainant, Newport, Fla.
BUY S. WAR BONDS appear to the Bill of complaint filed vs.
BUY .S. WAR BONDS herein against him for divorce. 'his Roxie Carroll,
_......... .... ~19th day of'June, A, D. 1943. Defendant.
I THE CnI uuRUIT C U O 111F """,CLYDE H. SAULS On the 2nd Iday of August 1943, LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
SECOND JUDIIAL CIR UIT OF Clerk of Circuit Court for Second the defendant Rox e Carroll whose
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Judic:al Circuit of Florida in and residence is unknown, is requiued to BRING YOUR HOGS
FLORIDA IN AND FOR JEF.FER- for Jefferson County.
SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. appea to he Bi of Complaint filedAND CATTLE TO
Rubye Thomas Hendrix, By: HATTIE MARY CLARK here;f against her for divorce. Ths AND CATTLE TO
Plaintiff Deputy Clerk. 26th day of June A. D. 1943.
Jack Le Hendrix Solicitor for Complainant. Clerk of Circuit Court for Second
Jack Lee Hendrix, A(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Judifafl Circuit of Florida in and Auction every Monday, and get
!Defendant. A True Copy for Jefferson County. Auction every Monday, and get
NOTICE TO APPEAR highest market prices. Sale
In the Name of the State of Florida: By: LUCILLE MobBOD hgetmre rcs ~
In the Name of thLee StatHendrix, whose res of Florida: In the County Judge's Court for Acting Deputy Clerk. starts 2 p. min. Monticello Stock
dence, as particularly as is known Jefferson County, Florida. John H. Shuman, Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
to Plaintiff, is 501 Maple Street, In Re: Estate of Katherine A, Sim- Solicitor for Complainant.
Columbia, South Carolina, and mons, Ideceased. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Colubia Soth aroina an '~ otie o toMal Apli- A True Copy,
whose business address is 21 Sub- Notice of Intention to Male Appli- A True Copy
Depot, Headquarters, Coumbia cation for Final Discharge.
Air Base, Columbia, South Carol- Notice is hereby given that I have
inma: filed mny Final Report as Executr;x
You are hereby required to file 1 of the estate of Katherine A. Siman appearance in this proceeding, nmons, deceased; that I have filed my Sold Here
which is a suit for divorce, with the Petition for Final Discharge, and
Clerk of the Court at Monticello, that on the 3rd. day of August, A. D.
Cler ofthe Cort a Moticelo,1943, I will apply to the jHon. ThomnFlorida on July 5, 1943; otherwise 1943, I iill apply to the Hon. Thomjudgment will be entered against s B.nBird, County Flor Judge of Jeffer- ,
you by default. son County, Flor'da, forapproval of
Witness my hand add the Seal of said Final account and for discharge
Witness m had and th Sel of~ ~as Executri of the Wil! of Kat!)erthis Court at Monticello, Jefferson as Executrix of the Wl, of Kate gr-i y
County, Florida, this 7th day of Ire A Smons, deceased. ig
June, A. D. 1943. I1Dated this 30th. day of June, A. D. mWu
Clerk of Circuit CourtJeffersoli Executrix of the last Will and
County, Florida. Testament of Katherine A. Simmons,
(SEAL) 6-11-4t deceased. 7-2-4t
Laws of 1935
Notice is hereby given that S. C.
Simpsoin holder of Tax Certificate ....
No. 187, issued the 5th, day of August, A. D. 1940, has filed same in my office; has made application for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Said
Certificate embraces the following WHERE'S THAT LETTER?
described property in the County of
Jefferson, State of Florida, to-wit: Delaware, Ohio.--At Ohio Wesleyan University here, where beautiful
Lots 28, 29, 36, 38, Springdale in Sec- Stuyvesant hall has become a "ship" for the duration, and 600 U. S.
tion 18, Township 2 North, Range 5 Naval cadtts are in training, the hi gh point of the day is shown above
East, 20 acres.
ast, 20he acrssessment. ohen cadets make a dash to the pos toffice for letters. Letters are
under said Certificate issued was in among the greatest morale builders, according to. Lt. E. T. McLean, comthe name of Unknown. inanding officer. Oltio Wesleyan is one of 17 colleges and universities
Unless said Certificate shall be re- training naval cadets.
deemed according to law, property described therein shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Courthouse door on the first Monday in the month of July 1943, which is the
5th, day of Jdly,' 1943. n 9oMC
Dated this. 2n'd, day of June, 1943. f d
Clerk Circuit Court of Jefferson D, bl D
County, Florida. OU
In the Circuit Court of the Second ?
Judicial Circuit of Florida in and ,
In:he Cicui:Cur:o-th:Sco d ::.+.:-:-.:...'...
for Jefferson County. In Chancery
Bernice Faircloth,
Complainant -x:
vs. -i: :ii!i::ii!)i E I CANt
Ward F ircloth, IVE&ERICANS, are learning that war reaches deep into the lives-of
To Ward Fairloth, whose residence all. There are dislocations of accustomed practices--from torn homes
is unknown:
On the 5th day of July 1943 the .""""":y to much less consequential disruptions. Meat and shoes, soup and
defendant Ward Faircloth whose gasoline are on a share basis, neighbor with neighbor, state with state.
residence is unknown, is required i- ;
to appear to the Bill of Complaint The sharing of gasoline, for example, has thrown a nation-onTfi the 29hCgaUnost M f1943. wheela "out of gear." Daily going and coming have be n revolutionThI CTe 2 O9thda of AL May,:::::1943.:::::-::-:: ........
CLYDE H. SAULS ized for millions. Yet with a minimum of confusion and complaint.
Jiraf Circuit o urt, Second For our part, we pay our respects to the motorists of the South for
uA CTrcIE MARY LARK, D.oC. rthe spirit and aptitude with which they have met these wholly
A True Copy
CLYDE H. SAULS, Clk. strange methods and procedures.
John H. Shuman Thank you, Southern car- and truck-drivers. You have shared your
Soitofromanat -4-gasoline without grumbling. You have quietly adapted yourselves t2
NOTICE the coupon, to the tire inspection requirements and to the sometimca
Notice is hereby given that in annoying details of regulation. The oil industry is carrying a heavy
accordance with Section 19325 Comn- burden in the performance of its distribution and marketing oblippiled General Laws of Florida, 1941,onyCmiin- !........iii
the Board of Cion. Coin- tions to the Government and to you.
ers of Jefferson County, Florida, T ny f yo hl
will meet with the County Assessor Thank you for your help.
of Taxes of said County, at the of- OF COURSE YOU CAN! There's no conflict between rationing
flee of said Board at the Court and saving your used cooking grease to make gunpowder for our
House i the City of Monticello, men at the front. And the reasons are very simple. First, the TA R DIL CO M PA N [
Florida, on Monday July 12th, A. D. N CD AR D O IN K C KY
193a 00 'lc .M n government doesn't ask for your fats until you've got all the ,
remain in session as long thereafter cooking good out of them. And, second, even if you consume a INCORPORATED IN KENTUO EY
as is necessary for the purpose of lot of them in using them over, what you have left is vitally
hearing complaints and receiving important. No housewife need think she has too little to turn in!
testimony as to the value of any Because just one simple tablespoon of used fat will make live
properly, real or personal, as plac- machine gun bullets. Save every precious drop. Keep it in a can.
eId on said tax roll by said Assessor When ulls S a eer .
of Taxes and Equalizing the assess- When full, rush it to your meat dealer.
meet roll of said County for the CARE FOR YOUR CAR-FOR YOUR COUNTRY
This 23rd, day Ofc.June RMA. D. 1943. MONTICELLO TRADING COMPANY .... .:
6i-25-3t Chairman of Said Board. L. C. Lawrence

)r. W. L. Hunter, of the United
States Marines in San Diego, was WAUKEENAH
I t i ethe guest this week of his parents,
Social Ac'tivities"e soeWUKE H
[Rev. J. L. Hunter and Mrs. Hunter. Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. Rev. and Mrs. Girault Jones and
Bowen, Phone 8-. not later than Tuesday of each week Mrs. W. M11. Scruggs accompanied two little daughters, of Ne OrLt.two little daughters, of New OrLt. and Mrs. Hostlaw to Camp leans, spent Tuesday with Mr. and
Blanding, Gainesville and Tarpon Mrs. Chas. I. McClellan and family,
Carson Shuman, of Camp Cook,i Mrs. Hugh Fraser who has been Springs, where she will be the guest They were on the way to Lake City
Calif., is spending this week with spending the past few months here of relatives for several days. They were on the way to Lae City
h:s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruther- left, Thursday, for Charleston, S.C., and Jacksonville to visit relatives.
ford Shuman. Carson is in the anti- to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rees M:ss Bessie Turnbull has return- Mrs. Robert Barnes and children
aircraft division. Fraser for -a few days, going from ed from a three weeks' stay at Jack- of Phoenix City, Ala., hae come n
- there to Pawley Island, S.C., where sonville Beach. stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sauls had as1 she will visit her son in law and J.G. Jones, for the dura n op.
guests last week end Miss Maida daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Over- Friends will be glad to know that J. G. Jones, for the durato.
Harrington of Canal Point, Miss ton of Georgetown. She will be Dr. F. A. Brink is getting along Farmers here are busy preparin
Margaret Spearman of Lakeland and joined there by another son in law nicely, following an appendectomy, sweet potato land an'l planting
Miss Lucille McLeod of Aucilla. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred performed in the Thomasville hos- them in large acreage. Some rain
~~~~~them in largearamSoeri Mills and their two children, of p:tal last week. every day is fine for sweet potatoes
Kenneth Reed of Camp Gordon, Washington, D. C 1.and filling out corn.
Augusta, Ga., piloted a plane to Mrs. J. F. Golf who has been visit- out cor
Monticello last Saturday, spending Mrs. D. ,A. Finlayson, accom- ing her husband, Lieut. J. F. Goff, in re
the wek end hee. [puntd by I~is S attlr, willPocatello"Idaho, has returned and ... iiii:< : Cro~so ~ treosx'
the week end here. panied by Miss Louise Sattler, will Pocatello, Idaho, has returned and shipped this week from here.
[ leave, Sunday, for a stay at Black is spending a week with Lieut. SKY ARMOUR Home canning is being done on a
Mrs. D. O. Henry, Mrs. C. Haile Mountain, N. C. Miss Sattler will Goff's mother, Mrs. Annie Arndt. England.-"Flack Jackets" are what the well dressed air crewswill larger scale than ever before.
and Mr. and 'Mrs. J. D. Henry, of:returnwon Monday,
and Mr. and Mrs. D. Henry, of; returnon Monday Mr. and Mrs. Braddock and family Wear this season-and for the 'duration. T-Sgt. J. W. Fawcett, of East Mrs. Lee Andrews and Mrs. David
to on Monday afternoon. tiel- Miss Barbara Whiddon of Mulber- are spending two weeks in Monti- Orange, N. J. (left) and Sgt. E. L. Frederick, of Norwalk, Conn., demon- Chaires have purchased fine mrideh
ry, arrived Thursday to visit her cello with Mrs. Sledge and Mrs. strate the sleeveless, light but strong armour. Made in two sections, cows recently. fWilliam Tripp returned to Emory grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Braswell, Arndt. Mrs. Braddock was former- t!he jackets cover back and front from neck to waist and can be slipped David Chaires, Jr., is spending
University on Wednesday, after and aunt,.Miss Frances Braswell. ly Miss Aline Sledge of Monticello. off quickly in an emergency. U. S. Army Air Force crewyvs -are now be this week with the Tallahassee Boy
spending a vacation here with his ing provided with the protection while on operations. Scouts at Camp Orchard Pond.
spendig a vaation ere wih isMr. T. T. Turnbull was ,a business ...
parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Maurice Tripp. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Argo have re- vitrn ta t a.v as business
Mr. Tripp has entered active duty turned to Tampa after spending a visitor in AtlFrantak J. Sattler will leaves. Mrs. Moseley Henry, of Plant City,
an hs en ssgndtoEmr week with Mr. an~d Mrs. 1. E. Milton. Mrs. Frank J. Sattler will' leave, Mrs. Moseley Henry, of Plant City,
a nd has been assigned to Emory week with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Milton. Sunday, for a stay at Highland, N. who with her small son has been A.
where 600 Navy students and 200 visiting relatives in Madison, was n
Marines will be stationed, to finish Lt. Col. and Mrs. Charles Holst- the guest last week of her mother- e om an As s
his pre-medical and medical train- law, Carrabelle, Fla., and Capt. Eg- Mrs. Henrietta Norman and daugh- in-law, Mrs. D. A. Malloy.
ing. He has been in the U.S.N.R. for leston, of Atlanta, Ga., were visitors ter, M'ss Jane Norman, are visiting
about six months. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. in Wildwood as guests of 'Mrs. Nor- M. D. H. Mays, Sr., Miss Elizain. e a beni te .ScR.f rust. oft Atlnta Ga., were visitorsl MeasJaeNranyrsistn Have'Enough Fats
--~-- Scruggs. man's daughter, Mrs. H. L. Smith, beth Mays and Mr. Parkhill Maysvilg 5 L
Mrs. S. J. McClellan a nd daugh- with his two children, left on Sunters, Lucrecia Ann and Martha Viv- Aviation Cadet W. M. Scruggs, Jr., Mrs. sham Shepherd is recuperat- day for Black Mountain, N. C. They
Mrs. S.'s Alvi Mclla ndduhW S v o gunpowder?
tn, of Leesburg, are visting rela- Greenville Air Base, Ocala, Fla., ing in her home in East End follow- are to be joined there by Mrs. Alvin
tives here. Miss Martha Vivian will spent the week end with his parents ing a recent operation in Archbold Spindler of Gulfport, Miss.
leave next week for New Orleans to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scruggs. Wil- Memorial Hospital, Thomasville, Ga. 'Mrs. C. P. Mays is attending the
resume her trainug 'as a nurse. liai began his solo flight last -veek. summer school at F.S.C.W.
D.r. IHunter, who has been in
.....__Washington, D. C., for several days Miss Effie Scurry has returned
on Government business, returned from a visit with relatives in Jackto Washington, Mlonday night, to sonville and is now lat the Dixie join his crew who were flying back Hotel.
iWANTiD TO BUY-- to the west coast.
Any ConCARD -OF THANKS J. L. Hunter, Minister
Any Condition
We wish to thank our friendds for Church School 1f0:30 A. M.
Also their kindness and sympathy during Morning Worship 11:30 o'clock.
our recent bereavement. Youth Fellowship 7:QO0 P. M.
VICTROLAS AND OLD RECORDS We especially thank Dr. Brinson Evening Worship, 8:30 o'clock.
IESSUP RADIO OP for his kind services and never-tir- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday eveESSUP RADIO OP ing efforts. ning at 8:30 o'clock.
Mrs. D. O. Adams and Family.
B. A. Roth, Pastor.
Sunday School-10:25 a. m. IT'S EASY TO SEE what you're up against. Cooking fats are
Morning Worshi -11:30 a. m. rationed. You're saving them of course. But you want to use
Morning Uorshi-- 1 :30 a. In. them over again. And that's perfectly right! The government
Training Union--720 p. doesn't want your fats-even to make gunpowder-until youve
Evening Worship-8:30 p. ni. got all the food use out of them. But when you have-every
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday- spoonful, every drop is desperately wanted. And not a house'8:30 p. m. wife in America has too little to save!
*y -0
oU can soCHURCH OF CHRIST ...Y 4 C~fS~ t c acno or enter
Meets at Woman's Club
ie Fred B. Walker, Minister
every m Services Sunday, June 27, 3:30
p. m. Preaching followed by the
Lord's Supper................... ..... X
"EVERY woman in the new Marine CorpsWomen's Sermon Subject: "hristn Stew~Sermon .Subject: ".COhristian StewSReserve releases a trained Marine for com- ardship."
bat duty. But before they do that, they must, You will enjoy the services of the
themselves, undergo training so rigorous that Church of Christ where Bible things
re rest pero areallo thm hat.-' are done in a Bible way. A hearty
regular rest periods are allowed them. That's welcome is assured all.
when the call goes up for ice-cold Coca-Cola %
... for the pause that refreshes. CATHOLIC CHURCH
Ice-cold Coca-Cola does more than just -Mass next Sunday in the Catholic
quench thirst. It brings a pleasant after- Church will be at 11 o'clock.
sense of refreshment. You feel it and welcome it. Made with a finished art, EPISCOP. axtU co LISTEN! Just one lowly tablespoon of fat-waste fat, the kind
"Coca-Cola has a taste all its own. Delici- Rev. E. L. Baxter, Rector .
C C h as ls n hyou used to throw down the drain-will make five machine gun ous! Satisfying! There's an extra some- Church School-10:30 A. M. bullets for our men at the front! That from just one tablespoon!
th f godness about it. You know -here will be no service at 11:30 And it doesn't matter whether it's pan drippings, the skimmings
of a soup, old shortening or any other kind of used fat. It's a sin
from experience that the only thing A.M. against your country to throw it out!
" ~like Coca-Cola is Coca-Cola, itself. ....
JULY 4 & 5
Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour
A couple of Cokes! That's the way to make a friendly / / MY SON THE HERO
moment refreshment time. /
Patsy Kelly, Rosco Karns,
- Maxie Rosebloom AND DON'T WORRY about what kind of can you use, or how
long it takes to fill it up. Any kind of can will do-even a soup
Also-MALE TROUBLE can! Keep a few on hand as you empty them. They'll go to tia
abbreviations. That's why you hear CocaCola 'salvage anyway when you take them to the butcher. But above~
called Coke. Both mean the same thing..."com. ,WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY all, and no matter how long it takes to fill up your tin, take it b
ing from a single source, and well known to the JULY 7 & 8 your meat dealer. Take tt insperson andbe'~g~o for
Sbest always a .. the boys who need those shells at h fgag
c" ommunity". The betisawy the betrbuy! GOOD MORNING, IUDGE ),_ __,
Dennis O'Keefe, Louis Allbritton I.. ,

-Inv8son Costs Any excuse you can give for
Mrs. Mamie Watson and two chil- not upping your payroll saydren, Mabel and Billy, of Pinnacle, More Money- ings will please Hitler, HiroN. C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wes- hito and puppet Mussolini.
ley Watson for a couple weeks. Up1701198}[01
----. Saingstoday
Mrs. Collins returned to Monticel- S AnyoExeuseaY
Jo, Saturday after spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Allen, The Axis Stops at Nothing. ll Yciz0
Jr. Don't stop your War Bond I p fig hur
Payroll Savings at 10%. Every scni Buyig Will
Shorty Walker, an'd Billy Peters soldier is a 100 percenter. Fi.e
left June 25 for Camp Blanding. ure it out yourself.
They volunteered with the Army
Air Corps. Their many friends wish
them the best. of luck.
and Mrs. Albert Reams, of
Greenville, are spending some time
with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reams.
Lillye Peters has been home on a .?
two weeks' vacation after being in ,
training for three months in Little
Griffin Hospital in Valdosta.
,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Denmark of BOYS WORK TO FORTIFY SICILY
Winter Garden are the guests of Mr. "." .al
and Mrs. D. B. Denmark. London, Eng.-Although Mussolini has been telling his people for months that Sicily was in no dang ,
J. W. Timmons of New Orleans er; that the island was well fortified and ready to repel any Allied threat, this photo, just received in Lonspent part of his furlough with his don seems to give the lie to II Duce. It shows men and boys laboring to hurry fortifications on Sicily. T .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tim- hey were pressed into service fromall civilian classes, regardless of health, to do the work. Poster in rear mons.
reads (translation): "By our deaths we will conquer." 'Latest reportslast week-end indicate that Allied fl Pepsi-Cola Company, Long IslandCity. I Y.
Mrs. Joe Sid and two charming Frllisked Bottler:
little girls, Betty Sue and Joan, vis- lers have been trying to cut off com-munications between Sicily and the mainland. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF PERR Y
wed her parents a few days last,
Mrs. R. L. Griffiss has returned
home after visiting her daughter, in
Washington, D. C., for a couple of
Mrs. Cox, of Trenton, has been
Lara Louisea PULPWOOD GOES TO WAR!...'
thle guest of her daughter and baby
grMrs. Hugh Russell Walker and P IL WOG,0 ET0W R***
Laiura Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Peters, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas., Zaruba of 'Jacksonville, i l~,p, Frm T ~ FamArh ,IT is Yr Ev y
spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. More Is Needed From The Farm Woods.... This Year Every
W. D. Brooks.
* II
Mr. Simp Ledbetter, of Birming- Additional Stick Of Pulpwood Counts Toward Victory
hamn, Ala., has been,here with his 4
mother and sister, Mrs. Ella HolJlnd, for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Reams and
family spent the day with Mrs. Wig- "'Will You Enlist For Three Extra Days?" "Tell Your Rationing Board You
1esworth in Pinetta, 1Sunday. Asks DONALD M. NELSON, Are Cutting Pulpwood"
W. D. Sawyer and son, Wilbur, Chairman, War Production Board Says PRENTISS BROWN,
made a business trip to South Flor- "If every one of the more than 3,800,000 farmers in the 27 Administrator of Price Administration
ida, last week. pulpwood producing states were to devote three extra days in
-y p 1943 to cutting pulpwood, we could overcome the threatened "Pulpwood cutting has recently been listed as an essential
Maxey Spencer, of Ohicago, Ill., 2,500,000-cord shortage with wood to spare." occupation and those engaged in it should now include such
was the week end guest of Mr. and "Pulpwood is of paramount importance to our War Pro- activities in connection with any application for supplementary
Mrs. Peters. auction Program as the raw materials for ammunition con- gasoline, tire, or automotive rations.
trainers, food containers, rayon, smokeless powder and print paper. "If you are using gasoline-powered equipment in sawing,
"Pulpwood production is currently. decreasing. The inven- drawing or trucking pulpwood and it is absolutely necessary for
tories of pulpwood in the hands of paper mills are falling at an you t6 have an additional allowance, you should report the
Up Your Savings alarming rate. fact to your local rationing board, giving full information as to
"The solution to this problem rests with those on thenfarms the number of cords to be cut and the distance it must be
S and in the woods of our pulpwood producing areas. trucked
"Three extra days spent in cutting pulpwood by these men "Ceiling prices for pulpwood have been set by this office
ill reverse the situation and will enable us to produce ample and are available upon application to your nearest OPA District
wood pulp for the 1943 War Program." Office There is no present intention of revising these prices."
"Here Is A Crop All Ready to Harvest"
Secretary of Agriculture
"Many American farmers have a forgotten crop that can be harvested any time-and right now is the time the country needs that crop most.
"Wherever there is a farm woodlot, you'll generally find trees not big enough for sawlogs, but big enough for pulpwood. E LL PAY YO BAWhen such trees grow too thickly, judicious thinning will add
to the value of the remaining timber, permitting it to grow TfJO aster.
"By harvesting these excess trees right now, the farmer will /IRAS01?/US4//##,add to his income; he will improve his woodlot; and he will I~ be making a valuable contribution to the war effort because we
are facing an acute shortage of pulpwood and the only place There will be American justice for we can look for additional supplies is from the farm woodlot."
the savages of Tokio but our trial
and punishment of Tojo and his
criminals will cost blood, sweat, toil
and tears and money. You can supplynth buy ning truhhepyroll wav Contact Our Woods Department~ or Your Local Pulpwood Dealer
plynth bumgony the uppagyorl amngs plan. Figure it out yourself
and see where the money is coming
from. H-ow much does it cost you
and your family to live each month?
How much money is coming in from
nil members of your family? Put
terexteanrnoney inlt wa pelonds,
be only the starting point for figuring your allotment.
,U. S. Treasury epartmnt
Fernondina Division Fernandino, Florida
Manufacturers of High Grade Dissolving Sulphite Wood Pulps
goostourBMThe Kind That is Manufactured into Rayon For Parachute Cloth.
Bayig M ~* The Kind That is Manufactured into Cordura for Making Synthetic Rubber Tires.
pea~tt* The KinidThat is Manufactured Into Smokeless Gun Powder by Government Ordnance Plants.

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