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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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English
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v.58 no.51 July 9, 1943

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

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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~MONTICE>LLO, "1' FNU35 CLAY HILL
The Gre'at Miiddl 1.INO Gateway to Flid,..I L0NW FLORIDA
THlE NATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEVFPR8N, COUNTY! << FLORIDA'S IDEAL PA RMING AND) DAIRYING SECTION
VOL. 58, No. 50. 'MONTICELLO, -FLORIA, FRI-DAY, JUL~Y9, 1943 FIVECE~NTS A COPY
AGE LIMIT LOWER ANNUAL MEETING RECEPTIONS, FOR 'FLEET OWNERS
FOR TRAINING COURSES RED 'CROSS CHAPTER ''NW MIQSTERS. MUST FILE REPORT'S
Ms. Evelyn K. Meser, ieetor A reular annualmeeting Of thEeY VNNG/DRI JL
ofteLively V oeato l Sh linJfesn Cut la er fte M mb sofieCngegations of Feto nr re required to file
Tadlaassec announced. today that Anreicaji Fed. Crop's will be~ I _IM 211l the churches, in Mont ice 16o. are au i%*g July the second 19l43 quarfiLively Sdihool has opened its the Cou ~rho'use in Monticello, Sat- uniting thei bospit i Iy ith re- e r epor on peratiIo n s, B. R.
Wa Production Traininh, classes to "u'rday afternoons, July 17, ai 'fotriceitin for te e iistr wS h W hitmore distrit inanager of
bosand girls who i'c16 yeurh (if o'lok Jwill wo'rk aino~ng 1te. Tusdy DT's division of mtor transports,
This 'is du2oth~Lct1~ This 8s the annual em Iii veningi at eittWrty at. the Wb- said here today.
jiledSta~sC i $ry~e e-e~f'gw(h het oiore h,' b nel a s Cluhoulse 1lisi bee cosen by 'Mr. Whitmiore pointed out tha
Cd e ~~~~e~~di~~~t voni ~~~~~Ao~~h ~eld during fie Fall1. All members I inntea1tese~4f~l ~ctsQ wree~t se
yersfo girlsast wellrasn~ fobeys 'in the county 'are rrged to attend weloin demonstrationsn. l ast Fall to all gmiera
inwrod io aS, aS' oer t Thysose who have contributtol a dol- Rev. J. L. Hunter, ministers of the' c eme ehdeomera
- ey St.t Iird oprtos requir vo-ll owner
.D nolv tat diretor of o~te voar or mjore, tuig the past yea-, are Methodist Churchi, and1 Rev. E.,L. to kee mleage and operating re-~
mqinltadein foe star eroien alii members.____ 'Baxter, rec'tor of thie Eisoa ords. Those wning oneor two
Wokrmaetesttmn this_ [h'uroh andtliir'' antdi es wtill bevehicles, he a ,ie~te eo
week i n mithat since the nReeE gu~ 'J ests of hoor. All member a n tl -~tificaes, while owners of
fr iv'hall -orkers at armny ar '4 IT~vt W@ fflfriendCts or allchrches are cordill three or 'more vehicles, wrho a
depots:' ~' islP sEoIF grea th OFy li- YEAR iner t anten d this friendly 4ah classed as fleet oerators, also ikee
beenredced.JAP TESIFYOF 1 YERS eingmid ecoe famniliar with the reods on 'the cetificates but are
Ab L)J'~ne9 merca~ itiens~h~vt e iyilg beoOr0lando (pe ial)-The unlimnited people who devote thder energy to require en a ddition to turn heir openatte~ Tallahasee school to subonii-te on ventilationn of Jap activities sa d lie ,Id his 'w if rlistment 6f 17 year olds ill fie file reliiois 'welfare of thle comn- report qart y. pailform su3pplie boysand9rs~ included aircraft hooiet had "taken pledge"' hut 13 d not yet been accepted fu _iiemu~ership in vaine Corps Resere, dturinga th niit thetbYOT mea ork, aircraft' engine mecli- Japanese AnmericanI1 Citizens' 'Leag ue. Tol e Slouim 91) Japanese kutli of June 'was announce'Rto-. Failure tofile a report, Mr.Wht
1'cra, tr~~sI~acing, NwhO fQLU'Jlt under S-t. A.lv'n Y~h in last wvar sho n zas hie yol bysub-e le ~~ig ed~ ''' i~~d oadzesth cri
elcrcare weldlag, radio mrechaji- coimrittae tha a delh l ist of pro- Amic~lan JTa anese '.,w; readn i a r rs a......te p lert p~
'e ~ 'so~. 1oi- illass'meeting at tcMl~nrrl in'e4 i llfri Allmen in the 17 year age'rack- reductoni a s6 ine or milleage a]
o a subects a~d beauty culture~ embher> '. ", t are advised to contakt Marine lowne for hisi' esh
'c iv a~be thogHeadquarters at once and secunrej Th' e qarterly report *nowdei
ntcniered as~ wa esiil. 'e"~~ ImpnS t Iniete application iiapers. In ad-,' fo 'the monh of' April, May a~
Th Livey Scool is on. of '15' KEITH C'RI PERSONSITnETD ue
ii o~ Trj~ii~ e~te~s* copI~T~~~ n i"ioi 'all a~pplcants'j must have a'
s~~~~~~~ ~Cp jwpof'h tii' A "Of 'their birth' certifcate' or
t of ':Edsomet support'ng evldence. neatmn ofW Edr Marine specialists schools, includ1COGE'EX ND
scolis spiendidly equipped and NvlAviato Cae Godnr ihrd Simpso efro
hsa fauty wel qualified -for~ K~eithClark, of Montclo his' iont-- Co at Red Cross c hinln wol 4: COMSSOE thLOANtStbSac o
a arw 'ra. t l ]jree oi~~ h~ipa n- ike o hve e ~ tnraining stations and colorful seatrainin -a wokr I ta is loctd e hrmnths of pyi a cor-k e to hav a t persim inleCd, shol are all open toyoung r-1 L'and B3nk Commissoe las,
0~,0lah~see, Fo a it S ~F 11 1S~i 1, ~H~p tii s. Complete 2qualifcationi tess ~,hcaid qyjrs;by
Dua$tet alhseFoia tteU .1,v r-l~i eolH sia Seviee, meet at o or edral Lan ,Banks as agent fo
0 1 ~ of worker> i~dre4 huse, ues~iy, 1.y fo3 ll l schools are given t'o M~iarines
:4raiji~~~d' ~~ l'~~.s bee't~~~ while they are in boot~calmp. '' '' .~" li~ ~ Bi msi
exssa wt~h the' presentt demandi t [ie X at Air Statio at St tou's p. m. Mr~s. Bas.1 L. ,Kenney Red______ continue to beavailable tof res
nl~ ;iedwrersiln 'eetial in-M ,to bginprogrssv flgh tri Cross iel reproeenaiv .~~QD E .1F& .' .. accordingto S. T. atuii sece tay
rinboth men andj women u unt. manof Ji4t Hspital Commtee,~i7ij~
4e ~urd' we are to mee / Clark son of 11, E. Ci k, grduat- w11 be 'present to speak' to th e ta biai,~ctin Duvaly HailonJffrsnLa
onie ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ igt Jul 1i, 2. 'All regular Jitaster ,bi< V1J>onJfeo
wishM~ai~l tometit 94 ndatedd h Uieriyo nce a'd Taylor countes through
FoiaGansilfroeya.WMNSSOIT OFWrhpuMat. their lint offic at Live Oak F1
~~RIHe compl eted piary orgh tain- P4RM4H'S 5I~1 Wrlpu gtr j~~~JUMfP jda "Applications for these toans
in,, Tt theQ~ CA a rinn -O FIRST LEAP are hande ey our associations js
Robert "aeraie, AiJite -7c~ 4 A C -p W sl ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tl a o l x
Vic School At Birmfigham Ala. TWoa' So'eo hristhen MAKE RPORcT asr aplcain fork loans adeb
ChrllShol 103 A. M.,e~ jiuile a~i urpijld, Mr Tatu tsnaid.~ md
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'th ihertem eraureinue M ion S u nnday Julyer 18. Alsng t a P.it hers ohde' Mr.Elat reet N.Js b ea v isieto by ien d n i n n i'cis o sreli teo C U
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'pr 'essing thL's'e ~~~~haages may .joy' a2 sta Rev. W. NNv. ai ~s.(iaul> warhiteoroelsl ftron
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;On quiday adeqate 12 all\'' cirle ,.. 'a wis 'resi. ives heeAiow"rs. W. W.. HyteLv a fierywonoih
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FOOD ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ujs "OSNN1.,Moeincag f h r-C11 T- -1Ae aref 'ikel 11-11- have ten1 h'qecIf inames.zfAdlai




The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla-s Friday, July 9, 1943
Northern Troops Fight Cold and Axis Alpine Practice Simple Ensemble
That'sRealSmar
By VIRGINIA VALE
Private Papers Released by Western Newspaper Union.
OR a to Rporterln ohAeFTER spending six months
Right now the darling of the slo- :1i 1o~ d ii.ghs
ganeers is: "Will Russia make a in Hollywood, airing his
separate peace?" . Like it or tremendously poplar "Take &t i
not, Russia has the best record of or Leave It" show and making
anyof the major nations for keeping a pictirefor 20th q tury-Fox, 1790
its word-a.nd Germany, 'as every- ~ ~Phil Baker returns to New 41
body knows, an unbroken record for Ph il a 4ret 6o e
never keeping its pledges . One York wit a pety g o e o
analyst the other morriing was s smarter, West coast contestchuckling at Goebbels' funeral antsi or those froi the East. Bu
speeches at the burial of the RAF he's a cagey soul; whenrasked about
victims. He followed the usual line the result &fhis own p
of damning the British and Ameri- he replied niica'sintellienci
can aviators (for their 'terror raids) and in the next breath threatening
that the Germatis would do the sanie .
thing, only dirtier, when they got around to it . Silly, isn't it?
. . Just the same, even that idi
ocy has its repeaters over here . .j
You hear whispers deploring the ravages of the Allied airmen. It is remarkable that not a peep came out of the, same mourners when our
side was running second. Soldiers who are stationed on our far northern fronts have to Eight
the cold as well as the Axis. The man being 'carried to the jeep was When American troops are ready
Soe ofithe Italign podiets, how. wounded and is suffering from frozen feet. The scene is the Aleitian opnfrol Alpine mountainpasses,
ever, know, better During the island of Attu during the invasion of Japanese positions. Note the Ameri- the army's mountain climbing troops
recent Tunisian campaign one of can Rag flying from an improvised stand on the combat car* will be equal to the jolb as a result
the American boys talked with a of training at Camp Carson, Colo.
captured Italian soldier .Who once This climber is on a jagged side of
romped tl the New, ork rnd- Troops End Detroit Race Rios one of the Rocky mountains. AIe
eight set .Well comforted SO MANY tmes this sti
the Yank,e yu're PinH BoA Uadsk you'll be glad for an e e
nobody'll hurt iyou." A Solier'at 70. PHIL BAKER lk> .~m'
"Thanks very miuch," was 'the re- 4.c day-long wear.
ply between giggles, "but don feel t d ayesgowear.
sorry fo me. I'm going to Aneri- 1Take It or Leave t quetis Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1790
ca. .-You're going to Italy!" Sunday nights at the New York CBS signed for sibes 10, 12, 14-16, 18 act
dCorrespondmng bust measurements ,8"1
One f th ag stl stotuaio* 32, 34, 36 and 38. Size 12 (30) oe
One of th dr~amatic stories require 4%yrs 5ichmtr
brought back b eceitly tuned yr efic--.at
war reporters is about the soldiers Universal plans to cash in on the Dueto an unusually. large demands
in a German, town executed for dis- Xpublic's liking for being scared by. current war'conditions,' slightiv moze ttin
triutig pinpiles wichfetd: ivig u a eris o "InerSantum is required in filling orders for a few
~in~ G rm t y~i e~ cut d o~, 1sy.~givingus a series of "Inner San tu
"We must avenge the needless Mysteries"-they bought the screen ten ot poulr ptt
deaths of th heroes at'Stalingrad rights to the title, but none of the r
bjr ssasinking itlr!": .:radio stories will be used. They'll When the Nazi comminding offil make two a year, the first, "Calling 5SWING CIRlE PtTER DEPT
cer of the firing squad gave th. r- Dr. Death," starring Gale Sonder- Ese 0 wens sn ci c.
der to fir e :"sympathetically" gaard and Lon Chaney. 0RK will Pattensient n s
said: 'Aim their MEDALS"' do "Having Wonderful Crime; 20th
Century-Fox has bought that super- attern 0.. ize
At the recent Food Conference, super mystery, "Stranger on the Nm.............;.......
where all the nations mad treibn- Highway." And Metro's doing the Address ....................,
dolls demands for food-the biggest ------shuddery "Gaslight which, as a
aplause' rgeeed Cin ~ Id ~ ~Thirty-one ersos were illed and 700 were injured during race riot- play, stil runs in ork.
Liii...n in Detroi culminate~stund only by the ipresefiee of armay trops. These
everyone by sting: y ontry i o arc g through te oube oe Detroit war plant Columbia's taking a chance by IRRITATION
S ts ot a fro Utettschedules were seriously disrupted and industrial leaders feared that Staff Sergt. William L. Lantz is 70 haig agert hamnplyaEXTERI(AL 04tlSE,
deliveries o planes, tanks, guns, and other war materials would be dras- years old but every day he dis er the acne pmles b (b and,
equipment to help us grow s it. "Apoinmen in~r~sp dimin-o ted uglynd~sri leaders.u skein. thtMtaillionsi~ ~zi ~~-lee N~h ~g msto
tically reduced because of absenteeism. Arrests during the riots totalled the job m the army's quartermaster th ts s
1 0 esis.h'nieDto~O~d ~at~ theory that im Fa 300 persons The entire Detroit police department was engaged in ques- bakery at Camp Polk, La. Lants Goes to work at once. Direct action alc
' ~ and light hampers the .buid-up of 1a helig,-orit the antisptcTal.#
th num Fe as kes t He tioning tem to fix responsibility for crimes. Representative Marti Dies, began his militry career in 1894, acknt e atdheu opeof a is White Oitmen o
would ranwh ricky (2 ith hairman of the committee on' un-American activities, announced a eon- public "will agree with that theory. I a ee
publc wil agee ith'hat heor. Mney-back~ gua'rantee. 4irVtlI'
Dewey (3) With Willkie (4) With grnquir ting. Well, it certainly worked- in Bette cleansing is good so Enjoy fa
Hull and (5 ith lacArthur . celand Prisoner Davis' case-just see what an un- a
"Is there anyhmng to an of that??"3F11 pleasant role did for her!
we asked. Evn Mules Travel by- Airplane
"He's stuck with me," said Mrs. Henry Koster and Joseph PasterFarley, "and that's enough g; 00' nak are united again; they're the C NT IP
That1story, it who.pair who worked togetrd on m y SLOW YOU UP
That story about the sailor who 07 4' ~> ,. ~ ~tepcuesta ~ ~!ia *We oep r
recenHtl got up in the House Gal Durbin from obscurity to stardom* riel rrtable, headache, ishs an
':. .e was dilwith allTthe Their first joint effort at Metro will do-chew FEEN-A-WINT, the moder
oratorical big y dfirimy the "o be 'Music for Millions," starring c iu m axat s
tax debate . Aid he interrupted LEEN-A-MINT before you go to be
by shoutmg: "Mr. Speaker, I would dirc t tkn nin accordanoueih-pcka
like to klow why a. mau s California's mission bell, e Nex morni gtle, trou
tribute to the right to vote when hec relief, helping you feel swell again. Try
can fight without doing it? .f LaoPurii Mioat Lompoc FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is hand
Guards seized him. A psychiatrist is the bell that tolls in "ForWhom andeconomscaLA enerousfai y o
looked him up and down .. And N the Bell T htol oy hewEEN-A-M N tog
then he was released *.To which FE NA M N 10te'el 0l.' yt-~ytog
Newsweek delightfully observed: you' rabl titl wh e t thed
"The sailor paid the inevitable con- picture's main, titl when it's flashed
sequence of asking a sensible ques- 0 o the screen 35 menworked ih
tion of Congress-and had -his head df 1 m Cameron Menzies had Mf R DATES
-desig~ned it. ''
examined!
for girls who hasten 1eing
Fuller'shesalirIts of Anecdotes ,, Nowadays there's -a sign saying of'externellya casedp imple
inlers Theonabut Wil A eos "No Women Visitors on thle "Cry by relieving irritation with
incuethon.autWl < Havoc" set at Metro.. The 13 fem.
spurning an invite o i say inine members of them ast had RS
tog:' "I've already et. in four 'weeks minusl miake-u.p, with
Youshould say, said th1e f
"have eaten." frie straight hair, and wearing soiled
'havel deaweR erall4-and Hedy Lamarr dropped
a lot of~ fellers who say havee eatett ..~I~-*who ain't etf' So thbyfutue SNAPY'FACT
Historians Wvn't be miisled, vwhat?- ~ ~~..~ Johnny 'Mercer's acieviigJ al 1- ABOU
Roge'rs 'was criticized for was say- ~ ..''"long ambition when he steps 'out on
ing ''ain't'?-and his answer was: hisradig program Tiuesday nights. RIUBBE
"I notice a lotta fellers who a~int For Me"s~h ndt trl i1"T heOl
sayin' .aint, :aintt eatin !"' The first Nazi soldier captured in Bllack Magic" ,an "leslith
Iceland is Sergeant Manfrak, an 1ight'' and many other song~ hits
-The Magic Lanterns:' The last aviator, who bailed out of his plane has wanted to be an actor. Started
chore 'Leslie Howard' performed, 'be- after it was hit by TJ. S. army air when. he Iwas 17, but ,everybody
fore dlyin iaplaps crash, 'was Pack mules being 'loaded 'into a' transport plane at an All ed base force fighters. He is shown sitting turned himi down; wouldn't take>himn The. frst prvtl we
to star in a picttire honoring the mhn sornicihere in New (Auiinea. A short time later they wilbe landed where sullenly before his half-inshed meal for musicals, but always bought his otipize t~'~ na~puytob who gave the RAjF the Sgitfite fight. they cati do the most good. This area is the scene of constantly Allied raids in army intelligence headquadters is songs. Nowr at last he's letting wha thePhildeia and Lan.e er. "Spitfire" is the film's name, a and bombardments on the remaining Japanese positions.' Iceland, h ~e wants. caster Turnpike'Co., Incoro
'story neve? much an bang-bang, but ____________ ________________ _rated ' ivrilli a heart asbig as the house, 4'Arthur Lake o~f the Blon~die" se- was the erstL state to~ chare
-' a mteho e inet trowng DOtp~ae BrasS Japs on Salweeni Frn unray Filerries'"anouned l ote a3 tat e*,,***;**;*; egts=*g ti,
peace. David Niven arnd 'Rsamnond his body. I'e been toi the blood snc 191 ollced$54I
John provide the chief support . .bank six times in 'the past 18 months. "Aerial Gunner" tells, with exciting "*~'"And I've' read that there are oi11y In 1843a~n English woman obtained
kodakery, how the' flier up' in the "'"t' ~ <~ "4-v~seven.,pintsf lo6od' in one's bpdy" a parent aog opavereng oaera
air gets a bead .on a Jap, even says he. 1 onisingmon oherthngs o
though shooting is too good for him. ---M-'oisruber.
Chse Morris, Liti Ward and Rich-~' Bob' Hannon, new. iBC snng Eleven per conf of the tire
ard Arlen 'are the 'players,' but the star, is headed for an important role of the 25,400 passenger cars
military maneuvers are the meat and potatoes . 'Hemingway's pic-' vest M~oon," thie film based on Nora fodtob"bl"iachc
ture, "For Whom the Bell Tolls," 4.> ~ '""""~ '~Bayes' life, in 'which Ann Sheridan ma e by Rutgers Ulniversity,
runs three hours and cost three raiil.- .~. .""'will have the leading role. Dennis
lion-or a million per hour. .~~. ~" ~': ~ i.Morgan suggested him for the part.
\. Perhaps the propagandists over j? ''~ 4'4* V: there are better than any of ours ,'. :>,>< ".<<- 'book on writing for radio will be pub. On ofour tuns wa hainglished waithin the next few weeks . Alec Allied fliers drop goodies,' such as ". '<,y. '>"'"" ToryGaretns torepn a parody on samchocolate bars, over Italian towns ''"' cory 44F...<.~,~,~.~.....'a Smith'san atogahcolleto
.The wrappers on them con j. 4 ''PK,, ,............- her latest is that of Field Marshall Wavell
tained propaganda tellng the Ital->"' which she got when she sat~next him at a I IUUUE
lans that the chocolate was one of ar- .i\7 "nght baseball game . "Forever and a 9UAVE~
the good things they could have ,,4 ~ ~ "~~~ '.. ~ '~Day" has a cast including 78 stars, all the
plenty of-if they cme over to our A thrcee-pranged Japanese drive aimed at the heart of China's interior This transparent plastic helmet big English ones .'. "Bob Crosby and
seid ly un.te trie as w working was stymied by~ valiant Chinese soldiers who, although they were out- was made fr a farm worker suf Company" is the title of the youngest .
splenitaly utltefs-hners in niubei ., fought the invader to a standstill and forced him to retreat. fering from rare skin infection which Crosbys new radio show, to be heard Fritrhene u nh prpgad brau uch of tie action raged along the Salween river where the Chinese troops made it impossible for him to work da evnigs over aNBC... Unted AtStsou4
rtehed uthe people out of picking iurne to h'armss thec Japane-se force which originally numbered 50,000. ou~tdoors wV tout protection. ,an tooLead a BammiKyds"o o




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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D, D. pearance th ts dainty fresh dell!Hull, United States secretary
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SPECIAL ARTICLES Lesson subject and Scripture texts ose and patternn number.
Ejected and copyrighted by International 3-and even at the beginning of his Heaven-Sent Prophet
BY THE LEADING Council of Religious Education. used by GME NEEDLEWORK ] i areer a Hope is a prophet sent from
At CORRESPONDENTS permission. s 5Sut wells st. chicago definite statement aboit any412itg; heaven.-E. R. Sill.
.. .... GOD CALLS A LEADER However, dne self-confident man
LS oF -S ebet that he could get a-direct an- TAME Give it that well groomed
PWLESSON TEXT-Exodus 3:1-12 FihSae ersser from Che cuious Tennessee look. Add lustre. Keep your
1 GOLDEN TEXT-Come now therefore, and -egislator. UHRULY air ling fat. Always use
Pilot I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou s o tc.e sor line Hair Tone. Large
mayest bring forth my people the children When ar8t1f1c1a pearls are made "What is the tie Mr. Hunl? HAlM orolne ai. Sol e rywher
of Israel out of Egypt.-Exodus 3:1o. by dipping white glass balls into ahe kd.
By Cornelia Fort solution, a gallon of the mixture
,,t .....u-............................................. God calls men, comniissions, and OU can retain the lovely contains the silvery coloring mat- Hull took out his watch, looked Get Your War Bonds
(wNU Feature-rarough special arrangement uses them to carry out His plan treaty of the tulips by making ter from the scales of approxi- at it, and theh said: "Wht does and purposes in the earth. What, a this flower-like apron. Sprinkle it mately 10,000 fish, chiefly herring., your watch say?" Hl-A,
(Here is one of the most remarkable great truth that is, and how it glori-' rticles ever published-a personal story a ted
the fir t woman pilot to die on war duty fies the destiny% of man to knpw
in American history. Shortly after it was that it is divinely appointed. writtent, Miss Fort, 24, of Nashville. Tenn., 'A h-are efctvl '
was killed when the bomber she was pilot A Jseph Parker effectively ing crashed in Texas.) I points out, the experience of Moses
I Iew I was 'going' to join the in Midian was a direct dealing with
Woman's Auxiliary Ferrying squad- God, whereas we who may, not be .a..
onfbobre o rgniz w to "see th fountain" must "be
before it ad a name, before' oo ri me mer t be
itwas anything' but a radical idea lled .ta s eamo" an '
wihm rglrstdn.usb saeflta e be thant th"soe ODY
- ~ stream flows from-that same foun,'1ived that women could flyl air- ~
pEver an msinterprt o ircumf
pnes lo d cut I never unew it so surelyseld p t thn
s a a i t ary pl a n e c e te og th em ans. W h a t is m y 'd estin y ? as wm I derkednolluo tecmberol What doe God mead unty" be and
At dawn that morning I drove or or i o pn guidan" "
from Waikiki top the John 'Rodgers we ponide then, tht a' man
the ncomg lan. H pased shoul all of hs osanding lead eo civilian airport right nextuto Pearl sald It respeimas a, ru Harbor, where I was a civilian pilot sera"of God has
down~~al to seeiz whatt kind ofs pl n it I P ro aly E uip d
- Instructor.' Shortly after 6:30 I b~e- ifl
Hnldin and ftlakorwi he cial work for every man to do." Let
emlemin of t e -f sn Spracon i ng e ulhea wt~h e
whamyssegr ssuent onair us be carful that we donot "so f
plan y es* la servant.
- I l oo k e d ui c aue t h e P a r l Ha r- G ape r v e r t a n d m is in te r p r e t c ir c u m a
b n spin e t hngled twhennI distances as to pr ss them into aaHebrew,
Inlg,. I, looked casually- around -and -jus~tification of self-will," rather than33 saw a military plaekcoming direct- recognize them 'ps "destinywhich Steward me. I jerked the controls is beckon us to dutyy" and al 'away~from my student and jammed For our'instruction and guidance the throttle wide open to pull above we consider, then the story of the
-The n l a pand Hpasawed s hsnre
fotinon ofplve. bombesriding s call of thiat outstanding leader of close under us that our celluloid win Israel. 'It presents him as a 'true dows ratted violently and I looked servant-of God; one who wasdown to see what kind of' plane it istruined disc
turned~ ~ ~~~~~~~~I covlieywePhebm ntewerness, whrehespn
The painted red balls on the God will use' any man who surrentops of the wings shone brightly der himself to -His control and guide
:n the sun. I looked again with -ance, no -matter how limited that M~.
ab2utlandin as utklydisbevef, man's abiltn and training foray be,N R
yonoulu was familiaround me it is ou true, othe servicb
-: Slenly of-thtlittlewedge on sy g equal; the man withthe best
ao e ikahield autndt Pear ar- wrebtn n h a iid
bo passeng sis, fullet pir- equipment will be the nost useai 3'- planes', ~~~servant. -- -'-~3333 ~"''''3-'SIGod gae Moses unique preparabor andemy spine tingled when I tion. He was firstuof all a Hebrew, l-rsawbillowing black smoke. yfo bornarmong the peoplnthat he buras .1i .thought hollowly' it might be to lead. He knew the luxury and all
could oly atal ca oinstrunct Ciioree o uue ed r a
sme kind of ceincidence or the cuaitural advantages of the Egyp maneuvers. It might be,r'it must is pople (Anth assurance tat
especially mFtheo r plade thar my l tf training y his own p other
oThen I looked wayup ansaw the as his -nurseiswos-tanuelssi
formations of silver' bombers riding, He observed at 'first hand the 'opir TMLSS N HIRU
din. Something detach d itself from presion of his people, nd iade' a n,: airplane -and came -gllstening -self-wle and' -impulsive, effort to 't$
down My eye followed it 'dow, deal -with the problem. The rsiglt down and ev n with the knowledge was that he iiad a "postgraduate" U by the Go th i
po~udin ~i in- --ind myheat. course of instruction and disciplie~
~-'urnd cnvulsively 'when the bomb, in the wilderness, where he spent ~ exploded in the middle of the harbor. forty years in the school of u t expert m I aknew the air -wasdiotressin ace ence. fo C I w ar m o
'for my' little baby airplane-and I set Wehv aedawfrmou abut landing as quickly aas ever I war experience that training for rinaaEy
W ,uld A few seconds later a shadow iI ivinelenCal. If-eteaesn ktti o s
passed over me an simultaneous- 6iit matters cnd e- ess, en
Wie Itahoriy an. 1n1 1 r secusal
c m b u llets sp battered all arou n d m e.3 0 lgfe d is s erv nt t o d er ent me-ao y e ar"3f3d eri3c e a t
~of Christ. He' does graciously use '~
Suddenly that little wedge of o t even the humble and trained rom ia
aboue cka Fieldmaerlpsti worker, but noone who has3 a vision tv e
bor was the busiest, fullest piece of ofw service kwi tt o arein oman po
~ky I eer saw.unprepared.3
SWe counted anxiously as our little prtal~Qaiid civilian planes stame flying o home-to cal3, a e ansers "roost. -Two never came back. They -Moses was a man--Who knew God.
-~wer~e washed ashore weeks later on H ad he., be en -a -worldly man he
fotrd o T a-ve rd tto wayrtkheh grNg te henomnny righ to hooeoehe bu FR Too ie W ORSRa L D -Fovrnen.BuA M kOU Sin thtt-rsisi at
the windward side of the island, bul would only havebe n curious re- T ona d'sat b u s
k s rave o little yelw Cubs and their Ing bush. But note how alert andts t
' -pilots togo down to death. reverent he was and how immedi- ~R I r~
o eatnd fallwrie ly tobed. ribeately responsive to the instructions s tb n
sayn I ecturnedheoly way I andthe call of God. tI RSN sesa safey TIRE
could fly at all was to instruct Civil-"kn Piot trai neerams. Wkn n s wiere God's, future leadWr oWasrdsFi n entem ufcr uposthFrsneratonf"etiRber
man't ining myolif Of tmwde conscious of the infinite maj- oitwn y ec e ts e n ioN ual."
passed. Then, out of the blue, came esty and holiness of God, the need
a, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h goesra outm toe spea forrt God thereN A D'W
knelewram from -theI ar myplane- ethvcfrof reverence and godly fear, the pur-troe
ment announcing the organization of
the WaF, -andsa the oreg 'ra-green Pepre, a ifited auncaed hatO IESOESOEFR HNSYUNEDFRHM N CARFO WOK NDRCRATO
poe orhe wiei On to is li
.lirs blunernste e would fe wit His rn S
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ers of Jefferson Cofinty, Florida, 'SECOND JUD IAL IT F apply who are now working at full
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rem tin in session as long thereafter Willie Griner' as the Murphy Act, the following
as is necessary for the purpose of Defendant. de.s0tbed land in Jefferson County, Newport, Fla.
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Year 1943. C 'LYDE H. S~AULS a at 1100 o'Clock A. 11., on the 9th, 3aa/,', ofTliiant.iesnw'or
This 23rd,-day of June A. D. 1943. Clerk of Circuit Court for Second day of ,August, 1943. Easement ofTechni'an t n w
C. J. REAMS Jidie'al i of 1lord in an for road right of "ay 20(g fgvith the maintenance crew,
6-25-3t Chairman of said Board. for Jefferson County. will be reserved from any parcel W overseas, helping to keep Uncle
By: HATTIE MARY CIARK through which there is an existing ""S tig
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_ John H. Shumn, Deiptie. Twp. R. Acres In the County Judge's Court for 1943, I 1wl apply to thelon. Thon- offrcee m a "
ELECTION OF SUPERVISORS Solicitor Ompoaat. SW' ofN fSE; Jefferson County, Florida. as B. Bird County Judge of Jeffer- tions offce
FOR THE JEFFERSON 'SOIL 'CON- (OIRG URT SEA E% of NW% of 5 15 4E 40 In Re: Estate of Katherine A, Sim- son Counly, Flor 'da, for approval of Before being drafted he was an
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SERATIO D RCr p N'/ of S % o0 said Final account and for discharge employee of the Seaboard Railway
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Pursuant ~o the Florida Soil Con- IN THE CIRCUIT CPOUdR OF THE NW of SW 19, IS 5E cation for Final Discharge. mie A. Simons, deceased training at Camp Lee, Va. From
servation "Districts Law, Chapter SECOND JICUIT OF NE 4 of NEI --------22 IS 5E 40 Notice is hereby given that 11ye Dated this 30th. di of in
582, and in accordance w sec- FLORIDA OR JE'FER All N. of River- 26 IS 5E 40 filed. my Final Report as Exectrix 1943. there he was sent to Turner Field,
tions 582.18 and 592.19 of said 'law, SON COUNTY.N CHANCERY. 2------9IS 5E 320 of the estate of Katilierine A. Sim- LENA M. CLEMENTS, Ga., later being'transferred for 'ernotice is hereby" given of 'an elect- oniard rrol' TRUSTEES TFHE NT'ERNA Inions, deceased; that I have filed my Exectrix 'of the last Will and sea 'duty
tion to be held July.l3, 1943,for the Comlainant, 1 PROVEMENT FF \THE Petition for Final Discharge, and Testament of Kattierine A. Simmons,
election of thJe supervisor for vs. STATE OF FLORIDA that on the 3rd. day of August, A. D. deceased. 7-2-4t BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
thre-yeai, te E VCarroA By CLYDE I. SAULS, Agent TrustSRI CDefendant. ees I, Fund Jefferson Gounty.
TICT. Places:On the' 2nd )day of August 1943,
County' Agent's Office--Court the defendant Roxie Carrol whose
house-4fonticello.' residence is unknown, is required to LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
Polls 'will be open between the appear to the Bill of Complaint filed a
hours of 9:00 A. M. and 4:00 P. M, herein against her for divorce. This BRING YOUR'HOGS Al q~lifae fetosreiin 96th day of June A. D.'1943. VO/
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tricts Law includes any person B:and getL E..
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a-' unde to Co o ne olu II. Shuman, highest market prices. Sale
of Florida, who is also a land owyn- Solicitor for Complainant. starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
er within the herein named district. (CIROUIT COUT SEAL) Yards. J. M. Hawins, Mgr.
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specialty of Kyo Motor Travel Bureau. '4
Designed 'to function in peace time, it has been" wholly
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"the duration, but manly highways are very busy, nevertheless.
Officers and' men a're'hastening to camps, or moving 'from
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supply is making production history. applies to Commercial vehicles, bounid'on missions of war e
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FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1943 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTIdBELO, FLoR bA FrVa
METHODIST CHURCH
: AvJ. L. Hunter, Minister Socia A ctvi sChurch School 1:30 A. M.
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. 'Z Morning Worship 11:30 o'clock.
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week Youth Fellowship 7:80 P. M.
Evening Worship, 8:30 'clock.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday eveMr. and Airs. Donald Davidson are Dr. F. A. Brink returned from the ning. at 8:30 o'clock.
receiving congratulations on the hospital in Thomasville, Ga., and is
birth of a daughter, Katherine, born recuperating at home. CATHOLIC CHURCH
on Sunday. July 4, in the Archbold --41
Memorial Hosital. rs. Ethel Moline, of the Dixie Mass next Sunday in the Catholic
-e a Hotel, was a visitor in Adel, Ga., on Church will be at 11 o'clock.
, Mrs.1B. rM. Fulton, who has been Thursday. ...........1. .
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Ethel ----11pline, of the Dixie Hotel, for sev- The Msses Betty Lee Bird and H.THERill
eral weeks, left Monticello on Thurs- Mar) Ann Clarke were recent week
day. Mrs. Fulton will go to Adel, end visitors in Thomasvill'e, Ga.. 1 T fTH
Ga., Atlanta and iChattanooga before where they were tie guests of Mr. roitELLO, FLORIDA
returning to her home in York, Pa, an d Mrs. W. W. Alexander, P OGRAM
Mrs. G. C. Bonhai ad baby have Wno ,.D lreadMs EEK BEGINNING JULY 11
returned to Avon Park after having Clarke entertained a party of friends BLACKOUT
ta month n rs. Bonham'se the t I re& MONDAY
~~~~~~~~~r Mrs. G.Coohmadbb ae S~a~ SD larke anMr. Clarinda I o SIRE Spl BEGININ JULYo Jul -12
parents, Dr. and Mrs. 0. R. Ham-TegusswrMisOie ler -CIindow-SlfF1ptoJy11&2
1yricl&- Mrs. N.. Carmichael. MArs. Week. to the News from C. C. LCaswell.-1
riMrs. J. B. Brinson, Mrs. Margaret This huge siren, being installed on WHITE SAVAGE
,Mr. add Mrs. Gordon Lewis and House, Mr. and Mrs. T. L.' Clarke ea power plant in Clarinda, Iowa,1 (In Technicolr)
baby have returned to their honi and rt R. J. Tylor. was made in Clarida, built up om Mani Montez, John Hall, Sabu,
Thomasville, Ga., after a week's an old straight whistle used on the Thomas Gomez, Constance Purdy
visit wth Mrs. Lewis' parents, arrison. A.C.L. agent, power plant in early days. It canr
and Mrs; 0. R. Hamrick. has been ramfteid to :High <4be heard in neighboring towns, and Love rules the troops, t
Springs and he and Mrs. Harrison' will be used for fufure blackout a'd rules the men
Mr. and Mrs. William Linton, of with their twd children will make MORE BOMBS ON GERMANY emergency alarms. At left is For- MERICA-and
Jacksonville, have been, spending a their home there. Mr. L. W. La- rest Allison, Page' county chairman
week with Mr. Linton's parents, 'Mr. throp is succeeding Mr. Harrison Telephotoed Berlin to Stockholm, then radioed to New York, photo of the first aid, and at right W1. G. LATE WAR NEWS and Mrs. Oscar Linton,- of Est End. here. shpws damage inflicted to the north.wing of the Cologne Cathedral Dunn, president oL the cnay
and orgqn after the disastrous BAF x'aid of June 28. Cathedral stands that made the s copanyTULSDAY & WEDNESDAY
Two of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook- Mrs. T. B. Bird with her, son, just across plaza from Central Railway Station, important military ob- July 13, & 14
sey's sons who' have been at home "Buck" have 'been spending a week jetive of the hundreds of bombers which took part in the raid, 117th is.TERRR H S&
on furlough, returned to camp this in Moultrie, Ga., on a visit to Mrs. of tile war and heaviest yet in Cologne. week. Kenneth Cooskey left on Bird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben ,ilfred Lawson, Janes Mason
Wednesday for Biloxi, *Miss., and Van Dolsem.
Olin Coksey of: th Naval Ar --- 'Mrs. Bailey Stokley and two chil- Mrs. Alice K. Weaver of Live Oak so-HOW TO FISH
Corps is returning to Corpus Christi. -Mr. and irs. Waldo Harris attend- dren, Betty and Ann, have returned was asvisifor in -AMontleello over the Texas. Glenn returned to Pensa- ed the funeral of the latter's grand- home after spending the past week week end. TuR 15 & 1A
"cola' after spending the week end mother, Mrs. Taylor, in Tallahassee end in anama City wth relatives. aho h a afe . .- Miss Sarah Ku'der who has been. NIPN A T ''- 'hre. on Tuesday of last week, Bailey. Stokley, Jr., has returned at home wth iher parents, Mr. and
to his omb in Panama City afte'r 1\Mrs. DeWitt 1Kuder, returned to Ronet ie, Franes Langford
e. 'spending several days with his par Racksonville last week. ents, Mr. and( Mrs. Bailey Stokle&..PCe Sold Here e ts, ri Mrk aseytkle. Miss Annie Bond, of Lloyd,,was a .-AlsCOMEDY and
Mrs. Charlie Clark has returned visitorsh Monday. AIR EXPRESS NEWS
from Oiharleston, S. C., after a visit
Bywith her daughters, 'Mrs. George 'Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooksey and SATUIR- ONLY/
Tindal and Mrs. J. H. Duncan, 'and their family are now occupying the I 1
was also joined by Ernest. who is cottage of ?4Mrs. Albert Gandy on DAWN ON2RE
igglYin the U.S. Navy East Washington street. GREAT IVIDE
in th U. S. -,
NOMrs Ernest Clark left for Charl- Mis Merlyn Moseley, of Tampa, Iu Jones
giggly eston, S. C., to meet her husband was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Also-1st, Chapter ofwho had a four day furlough and Cooksey for the week end.
she returned with him to Norfolk" Miss Margaret Scott Turnbull, of DONWHE CNO WT O RD
' Live Oak, and Miss .h many_________ fn of M. Fredof Tallahassee, spent th 'eck end
_____________________________________________-The m any friends, of Air. Fred FOU HAV TWN
Md'han will be pleased to know he at home. B egnning Jly 11-The Western
has returned to hish6me after be- W H 'Iillsdale I.-Sp. CFI photo to Piture will show One Day only--i a patient in the Archbold os- Mrs. W. M. Haling Jr., and little News from- Cliff Larit.-Of the- first on Saturday.
ANTEDal Thoasville for dau er, Anne, of Gainesville, were dozen wes arib on the F. Also the eri d F
t ek the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whiteside farm south of here hisLATE MODEL RADIOS we -' Clinton. Van leef and family. season, four gave birth to twins. le Fa n dday
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The mothers and two sets of' the Program as following:-Sunkay
A C'B. A., Roth, Pastor Mrs. Clinton Van Cleef and Don- twins are in the picture. The other and Monda-One program.
aid- were visitors in Thomasville, two pairs of tyins were- too-new to Tuesday & Wednesday-one proAlso Sunday School-10:25 a. m. Saturday. be moved from their cozy beds gram.
Morning Worshig-11:30) n.m. when the picture waI naken The Thursday & Friday-one program
VICTROLAS AND OLD RECOMDg Training Inion-7,20 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. ITampton who little fellow in front came near be- Saturday-Western and Serial,
ESSUP RADIO SHOP Evening Worship-8:30 p. i. have been on a business trip to ii- a black sheep also CartoonOnne Dy Only.
JESSUP RADIO SHOP Prayer Meeting. Wednesday- Nashville, Tpnn., and Chicago, re83 p. m. turned to Monticello- last Friday.
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., -Friday, July 9, 1943
THEY WERE
WHITE W/ N.11.FiATURES A drop-leaf table may save valur
able space in a combined kitchen
THE STORY SO FAR: The story of at the coral the propellers and rud too risky. But Soriano said as long and dining room.
thir part in the battle for the Phiip ders had chewed into. as I was here, maybe we could go *nte" *
pines being told by four of the five "I called the crew into the for- over to the Presiden's hiome-it was w Knitted washcloths are not ll
natvl oficers who are all that Is left
f Motor Torped Boat Squadron They ard compartment and told them about forty-five kilometers away- ways a good buy. They are likely
oe MLeut. Jo Bulkeley (now Lihuten the skipper had left it up to is. I and he might change his mind. We .to stretch ot of shape, becdm
alit Commander), squadron commander; talked about what the old' boat had went ripping over there in Sariano's limp and stringy. A firmly woven
Lfeut. R. B. Kelly, secdnd-In-command; done to date with them in it-sunk car at sixty miles ai hour. Quezon Lynn Chambers' Point-Saving cloth, like that used for bath towand Ensigns Anthony Akers and George two ships and two landing boats. was up, dressed, and considerably Menu els, usually is best.
ECox, Jr. Marc1 Lieut. Bulkeley So now, were we going to let this be interested. He listened to us, looked * *
delivered to the squadron their secret or- her end-sit by and watch the surf me over very caefully-I had ,a *Royal Lamb Salad When you've cooked ,your hamders to take General MacArthur's party pound her to pieces? Or were we long black beard ther, which must Sliced Tomatoes Carrot Sticks burgers, quickly dip them into a
e sladdition rers eod going to get her off? have been quite impressive-and Whole Wheat Bread Butter shallow dish containing equal pdrmet by' transport es which would 'ffYou're damn rightiwe're going finally said he'd go. (Later on when *Ginger Coolert
carry General MacArthur to his new t ge her off!' they said, and some- he saw re in,1elbouiane, shaved, he Cookies and catsup. Pop them into split,
headquarters. The weather was bad. Qne suggested maye we could hire said 4 never disregared Wain- *Recipe given buttered rolls and serve.
Leut. Kelly Is speaking. ork gangs of riatives to help us, wright's orders if he'd 'known he
whereupon the whole crowd started was riding with a mere child of Remembergthat wtuffioig expanda
puln oneyv out of their pockets thirty.) Any~way, Quezon an 'is eime fit~exad
CATRXI, a diing it on th~e table. They'd family~ were loaded into' cars and and a~ half slice of tuijeeled oran he hJeated. Neer pack it in too.
C T X dsh r a If it dot nd nave aoom to
rtly t ereafter w ee s h thd been down meanwhilee 'd left Akers on pa- that keep the cook cool are these ,t wllbe gy.
posed'2to make a landfall-an island ain lindanao, they'd had shore tro1 outside 'th haipr'If a ap that fill the main dish, order of sum,
a t alfamile squa, at which a chane to play oker destroyer came hosiig around, I kner meals: GET
point we must turn In order to make wiht rn Iegvtsetdd' ai i hei f u e*Royal Lamb SaladAFE
weithte army. The gornmen didn't~ wathm-oct f u eFTE'IILm B rw
ta g could cul t cost of the War by treat and figured Akers could han- (Serves 6) igth, & Medicine that will Prove itself
us Into port. rmst ay in f and then giv- dle him. Tall, cool glasses of Ginger Cooler 1 cups diced, cooked lamb o frm rheumic
"'With such a..wind and sea, we igter saiosA chance to' ply "I asriding back and forth, will help get your daily quota, of 1 cup diced celery oimu salaracrmhesum-22tpdayn
,.,,,ere robaby rearde, butby hw I up Big chrrie or muscuar ac~hesbuy C22 oa
r pr lypoker wh th about -two niles offslhor, i n y 35 milk into your summer diets besides cu ingfor real pain-relieving help. 60, $L
m he hired w men we culd boat aid Akers, "keeping my eyde- foiling Ol' ol on his busiest, days. 4 hard-cooked eggs Caution:Use only as directed. First
hed helsma waofin rs- 41 us go towrk with them balls peeled for any of (these seven -1.2% pup chopped nuts gst ifc nosati etCd
tling match with the wheel-it was digging of those razor-sharp coral Jap deptroyers; when all of a suid- 01 Salads, Drinks, I teaspoon sal
all 'he could do to keep within ten boulders with ou nakd hands. But den there was a thud and a splintIr- K cup mayonnaise
degrees on either side. t c ther ehertldrsIfiftif r4s ing i e had crashed Sito a nCwiches Help Keep S- salad greens a
ass course-which me t possi- oug dynamite and sulnerged object, a raft with nmetal l CoIforta e Combine all ingredients eedptG
0~W go somey deG~~aa a~i 9 rt ~ nhn l ln~~as on Stm c
le: error of twenty degrees. We worked all one afternoon pounding on it apparently, which ripped a mayonnaise and bhill thoroughly* RIei n ro
nmssed the island entirely in the holes in them and blowing them up. twenty-foot strip out of our bow. You will bless the sandwich, salad Just before serving, toss ein may- henexcese midcanf, st?
-drk, and from then on until dawn Withiour money we hired natives, Water came pouring in, and we got and cool drink ideas on to w onied lightly and serveonabed oediednm ese know
hged cou 1 thought nec- driving carabao to pull pieces away, tusy with buckets and pump-" days when it is' of greens. If desired,garnish with FeBelans b n c in
hessary Dawn came at six and we at the rate of one'peso for the na- -nd kept right on with your too ot to roast of hareggs ea ntnbo
sawugh la ahe poinljt wcht tive ,'and another Ifor th1e Icarabao., patrol -" said B3ulkeley -"which the meat andanchris
thoghtwa th pninulajut wsttook plenty of guts.",co llyu Veal and Bacon Salad.
SCagayan, our destination. about re now. "The water kept gaining on us, vegetables. Set (Serves 6)
sh d it to the Admiral, and he the test, sad Leutenant Kellthog w could ol it he table cups cold, cooked veal, diced Not one of the 8,000 newspapers
sho his head with satisfaction. p. until Bulkeley got back with Que- coolestcolorswith Y%.cip crisp bacon, finely cut published in'Soviet Russia carries
"We were up to top speed now, h-bidled the zon to the pier, although I knew we coolest foodsand cup diced celery si oluns, comic strips' or
carbonn burned from the motors, and whehis of the 'first tug with .a could never get'her back to. Milida- don your coolest 1/ cp radish slices crime news.
at 6:30 we sighted the light-on the line, and as-the'tide came in we nao in thatcondition. When I saw frock, and you willbe giving your ,t cup mayonnaise point at Cagayan's entrance. We tooso dings e b eed the lights of the car I figured it family the best-on the home front. 6 small tomatoes
slowd t letthe41 oat eadthefive foo of 'water to float-that was 'safe to come into the liarbor. It's ,doubly important ta o Vi h eladtepcnwt
oe tlet the 41ba leadteMxhevaantebco
ay, as it had the channel charts. She was sinking fast then, so we ep ure family t the celery, radishes and mse
"General Sharp, commanding of- ,left her in a place where s uld dring these ti as there-sare uso and c hi Place
ifof the'island of Mindanao, was drift on the sand and inthe morn- many activities demanding buoyant each peeled to- OUS
doWna to meet us, and as soon as we ing the army could salvage her ma- health and energy. Even though the dato in.a lettuce'
e pe ok chine guns. Then we all climbed food you serves on the cool side, cup. Cut down JUs AN Fme s"BLACK GMCR 40
bi'al 1acArthur,", said Bulkeley. aboard the 41 boat with, Bilkeley make evey it o t cuns a s e l. sections
"He 'shook the salt water out,-of his and the Quezon party. You might its nourishment is concerned. to open. Place a
gl1general's cap, flipped it on his say that was ithe end of the 35 boat, Crmtesldfulovians ond of the sal.
head-L-somnehow it always lands tadyti antciie although antd minerals, and a' jaunity angle, seems to go with ph ogt'her last fight. Bulkeley to give your family a well'-balancedeahtmoad AnTeyrTuptrs
his dane'-and looked around with was working frantically to keep'the diet Foods served during the sum- top with mayonnaise. The instrument blown by army
his jaw Iset-a fins figure ofa sol- squadron together. A few days lat- m shol be en o ppetig Occasionally a fruit salad is all buglers is not a bugle, but a trumdierT, er he came over, plugged the hole than foods ervd d ng ot r sea- that is desired for a simple lunch- pet.
Then he said to he, 'Bulkeley, temporarily, and towed her back to sons, for appetites tnd to lag. eon. In that case, make it as atI'm 'giving every officer and man Cebu, where we hoisted her'on the If the family does not want to ea tractive and nourishing'as possible:
here the Silver Star for gallantry. marine railway for repairs. We a great deal during the meal pro'lier< Sume rrui Salas Bt: tE e
You've taken me out of the jaws of burned her ju efor he Japs makethestcks n.Forin (Serves 6)san fo ly
:death, 'and I won't forget it!' came into the town," I ikdik ilhl ogti h medium cantaloupe, peeled andgetodrFreth
ma~~~oewl ilk drinks will helpto get i heHa Powdr. Fr otb.
"Still later that afternoon he told "The tri back with Quezon was pint daily for adults; and the quart c i ub-ink help, ge Messana
rie: 'If the bats never accomplish as rough as I11 qver ,"sai for chil n Yu'l cjoyd thi sim- 2 cups r errie r ewberrie
anything mor' and were burned ulkeley. "We left at three O'clock ple and delicious beverage: 2 cups diced fesh pineapple
now, they'd'have earned their keep with one hundred twenty miles to *Ginger Cooler. Chill, and mix lightly together. Influence of Teacher
a thousand times over. If possible, go before dawn. At four o'clock a (Makes 1 tall glass) Serve portions on crisp lettuce or A teacher affects eternity; he
rhen I get to Velbourne I'll get you big, sea landed us a punch in the 1 cup milk, chilled can never 'tell wdere his influence
your key men out.' jaw which knocked two torpedoes Vs teaspoon salt stops.-Henry Adams.
"We arrived- on the thirteenth. loose- in their tubes and instantly cup ginger ale
F eur flying fortresses from Austra- they started a hot run- terrific 2 to 3 tablespoons vanilla ice cream
re supposed met the hissing of compressed air, the.pro- Pour into a tall, killed las Add
General. One cracked up on the peers grinding, it sounded like the salt and stir in ginger ale. Top with
end of the world*, ice cream and serve immediately. 1BuYSYoU te
t ealian desert, and the one which "In a situation like tha sid There's sometig about good, old yarrived had superchargr Bulkeley. "The logical thing is to fashioned lemonade that still hits the
trouble and had to turn around and get thyi out by filing an impulse spot during days that the thermomgorback without .any passengers, so charge-touch off some black pow- eter speeds to the top rung of the
MacArthur didn't get atray until the der in the rear of the tube which temperature ladder:
sends them scooting. But we were Grandmother's Lemonade. .shpbc
e told the crews to keep quiet, havingtrouble with, the mechanism ,. (Serves 10 to 12) ,hird one.
not, t let it get'out whom we'd -i--t took a minute to get this, done, 2 cups sugar or SW cups honey 'DOUBLE OR,
brought in, s t Japs wouldnt and meantime e t two aft torpedoes 2 cs water SINGLE EDGE
find out and maybe attack while were sticking out of the tubes so far Juice of 6 lemons
MacArthur was waiting." they seemed about to fall, soothe two Juice of 2 oranges
"The afternoon we arrived," said "A1 of us got to work digging out torpedomen, Houlihan and Light, go 'rated rind of '1 orange by
Kelly "Bulkeley told us what Mac. t e coral boulders." out on them with their feet, haig' 1 cup mint leaves sk FEDERAL RAZOR BLADE CO., NEW YORKg
Arthur had Said about getting us ing on .by their hands to the for- Cook sugar and water 10 minutes.
out if he could. It was good news, n we a to dig a tw-f ot ward tubes$ and tried to km them ( using honey,' bring water to a but we weren't exactly cited. For hole uder herhad we done it? loose. They couldnt, but thef cer- boil, then add
if the air force cotildn t get even tide was 'nine o'clock at taimly pressed President Quezon, hoehy and dook 5 X".
serviceable plane up here fro nit. At 8:45 the two tugs started whow w he got to Wtaa gay line. cool:
toin e~rh ~ d minutess) Cool. .'.
Australia to take MacArthur out, edy pI she didn't budge. The them the Distinguished'Conduct Star Add fruit lices
whac ce had water cmed as we took soun of 4h Philippines for what they did rlan rind Poar A I dessert for a c ol m
"Tats were t nachr eoacd te nru epr that eight, as well as to Ensign over mint leaves fav Shbe.
of te ech adbeor lftm ne, ed trhee aug humble ofvertingel oOrusatesr tdigwtf Sebtsa ppli esdad Fnge, Sandwies. g ca e1 tsip.
figh tomycutwrive offier soto hc eoh etTth& he keetis e6. ud ot a tksh petycoTeCtrserui n thsle' sld opudottema
an e ith torpedoes ioe the utey pad. pt :0 the 34 gave a eb for the 'torpedo e tohm B tore makes it svenmcoeared in the coolfi orenli r,
d eah and onews lot of sudHi ma h-shohwas coan w ra ew troure 'oOre,'trane starnet h Gr ed ht tae tosaeen til wth grod
ponigtecral.jand Jisth riae n" ih onei ssibl v 't first Pe~d hreidet nezonr did't (Makespi 1~ queat) Uselsaid aonae
douby e I4en.o Sh oet sotle l a to g en e bou e urnd pink a dathas gpigt on, fnd 1Vcp ugrCtag thee thdpe stfe
fo alat inspeton aslf. 'h askruwh e'werngetingoradyp cyup oatr eoliv; ~l it we, eas. im~nas
sure ait came lose nyhand. d go-rder & ah I id'worr heat Onanossially ru crse ce ange juie Cdp ed ondaeyyrmg gc
" 'tat he aeine mat iey! letwr a ub'oof hn s sael e weurste' during thernatehe Sherbesaponslaressn ajuicege 'hp sndwchsgos.elw~~
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grthin c rapeone propell e siper had ut od us hose~ of in plaied that'e'd reall .ben t m hies, Add fruit coies Porito Fed lmoan, 'lcoupesou ait ndottmTher other enin ot nked sur "itlexehi ho u ithe osj ui aagr is a tuton rez' trand sret. ol cotolhro ad' nisontas. th'god
oft, tn he n ie t iutt gonit bt Ake ou 19611 igio ou Weieu.~ firstPrssgen Qthrou hn' the . I Mareetns Fkeeze-tif) 'te pcokleq li these.l a l
was to ae hewvswr sa- aryialeqeioi a ht pa ef .usd Ortiuiet us bet"rsirtoogl. etrst wit yur chese, fruis dste
pigg at us.broentdonthacforeakter'~ Peidsen gt en aov~ehod 12n atsdawndapht as Genro sar teing oad codups arnt ndfisiMoaesRsnBrs
arvn usfrhrohbah grsTsad and got he free. lSe aitn 'whi weawre leitreado tofezn. Serve w naer rbetglases, otpshotnig
' Iyledoe oth 1ba t ruh tugr h rthy hpedm~ to fien~~W tpus. ot widt 1/&g pie, tflybaen ~ eu sugair,~rsbryj
g eetu d tayk an ie s tow ~et h~im J tou usaa by plpre. "The' eyes. towry thi nativ e ss ake hip Lynn Srange %uc cubp3 liai~ ong lasse
o toors, the we stuck-h nd detroqa were'loose n theviinty. frork wthwe st ialk tshe a rode of 3 Pitaspon Domnt juicetch opped n tso sal xi~tweeo slirr t
fast. W worke furioulr hours~ Proably tog potof Quezon's esa enemy the stre. na those p w oiue n wut togiethe fr tsed oacdb msqite tat"zo
noi the tiedgoetad by pSothey ewe't gi gonrer ot "We mishse t allq esad K"el yu'r iakinga sldwlyinto eilrg. 1ceese.b&lk eo"an le ht'bs
eiiih wed lawrtere soidaacnree "So we ~ leftt ucven o'cllock- "bease we~a we'real theen n Tryitesed ritj~. suggestions? ed apoon, gioped ciebuucu"tleArm-ue
dingte o sh'all-ownha npowee s ind "'hes on 'o and kr thins 'qe tryingtoreair itatoi crmle D tred chicken, green. pepperl"e ~ aynatosadsf alosfFL"n
wee o other eie f wate "'weommandiy thei you f Apo Isad, steel in found asea htltl ike mayoni < ee ~ aistifh. 1" Coke asno ltheirthniebeticids.I '' "'
an es hn o t orward. Im- wesgtdonaatefoyr u backSicfed chikke wihoagep sS yucnamgehw eal
posibl toet offvtha niht Ie lap ckily se didn' eell ous fand, The coral hire otieycl mOo ea'jt bearaladetorousle chicken and with you fshr ig~ ,dsgra~1T iehnynsot
wen t be iuthed coui lded'e rou and theiad tha chn p atdana ive divn'~ers, holding dreilpg cl, sliced.thent n lis add oasses R Sifor wt' ay'msoupa'm
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EGHT THE MONTICELLO NZWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUY9, 14
BETHEL A.M.E.T
CHURCH SPONSORS
BABY~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ CONTST Am ericans Be More Tender With **1a (4 34 d
Names~ of babies. are as follows: x MoneyI Tha Lives of, Their Sons IWA R It I i1 ii
Edwin Fredrick Norwood, Jrh., acme~ ndo~
Richar~d ikes;, sponsor, Mrs. Wa7Lshington, D. C. A blunt challenge-whether Amer- househiold appliances are not avail
Dressie Mae Sloan. cans will ha more tender with their money than with the lives able today. 4ahfetrr
Mariami Sipp; sponsor, Mlrs. Rho- of their sons confronts U. S. citizens as they prepare to converted their ~plants to warwok
da Mae Cuthibrett. 'n eet the apelof the gvrmntoput an additional 13 blinIf you saetday, however, by by
applr itotea govtinternet ~te weeks.kng War Bods thi money sve
Jimmie Foster Olamble; sponsor, __. uiai into ther thehe intoie thlling theewdk
irs. Estella ,3eabrooks. ~~~ii'~' American~ dol ni's which rapn off to ~wl r ihsfc0erli
Seboh.some. cozy shle tomue hle nch too high to meet the war situe.ptWi a ri-st
u iae Smith,pnoMs Am nca boys are dying to defend tio? of 1943. Last year more than after the ar is won.
~Mae SNelh, spnsor, M ss ua''or iisadtwn rn etb-8 ~l~ndla~of4 orn tion and invasion will face a riin tioiiai incofpe went to feedte de~Max~llNeel; sonsrdMs.auad fromi all classes of patriotic sires of Amrcans for. clothes, recM~erritt. citizens to. come out and~ fight. reation foods >and luxuries. As~ these ~C
Ir.Millions of 'workers who now are ~e~r cre,~ir'o u.~n<
Frnis Diedls.yn;sofsr buying War Bonds regularly out of com must be divertedfrmsc
Fracissaie Rbiso;sspnsr current income must lend, extra' expenses int govern bods
IdaBesie Roinon posor money to their government 'during" During 1942 millions of' our fates
Ms. Berthinia. Ruinues. BEANS PLOWED UNDER FOR LACK OF HELP the Second War Loan campaigns sons, relatives and friends wer in
~yena Iagn;~sonor Ms.(which started Apri 12) training~ here andl abroad.Sm
Cath~erine 'Bailey. Sa~llisbury, Md.-Fariner H. Wils on Lowe, of Salisbury, Ad., looks In recognition of. the spirit of, sac- >were alradyi 'action.\ Casualis
E.' T. tiill; sponsor, Mr.Carrie baklsponel sh l~ nerte~s ees~hs. pr and as 'our troop swing ito of- commuinirsteayr. eauehei ual lo gtWaasrhl.'H wlBcoinedsi bechasmeei ;v'rte wrebgunit&h a 4ao'
ll. benco eas'i sual olthres ep i ilcniu fensive action' in A~frica' and ,await vital lfik betwentehm n
Merill 'Collins;' sponsor, 'Mrs. 'to plo' under an equal aiomit each day if no 'help' is forthcomingg~ the signal for a landing in Europe~, fighting'fronts
p ie ,S~broos. 'Other ifariners in the area face tihe 'same plight. Dep9e1ppas by the Treasu'ry Department is offering s~ acrifice ha's becm a wa
anid~L'g;spnor'irs(MaieGverilnient agencies, oily a few volunnteer 'workers 'are available.' Tire fg e~ietbed oi ll~~~Ae
Harold Long; sponsor, Mrs. Mari every pocketbook,~ Civilian spendin'o 'the12sae Ji h nyolSvnspa-a
Lon. 4' "No matter whether Amiericans buy munstgod ouh' window 'fthebom
the familiar Series I*- Bondis o~r 2'2 'folksa ar to atemp' Wmatch the 'ou 0 fic or facoySv e1 There -will be three cash prizes per c~ent bonds or 2~ per~ cent bonds heroismn of, ou boys at th frnt 'it am teeypyatnpr
or~tebii~ asn ~h ihs ter tifiates, they will be doing Not every 'Aeia an take i eto oeo orpycek
nd, iiJ e ie rasn th hihsterprt to make the Second War plac e a obe r a fohl dou pa chec toa usapy
2n.prize ,,; and 3rd, prize '83. jn To aih at t ~ i
Help your' favored baby to 'win. Ciuirsedn4..4. n ni ~ i, ~
Wat a~ thrilling sei~sation this event "''4"'"'>'"--'---"
iplanning to be, Wednesday af ter 4 AN O?#ICIAL5R 't
fourth Sun day in July.
I 4 FEUDING GENTLEMEN
I K IWas iington, D. C.-Vice P'resident4 enry A. Wallace (1eft) and See-'
~'k Iretary, of Commnerce Jesse Jones do n't look too friendly in this photo,....
S riade. in l9 -6-biut none of their former ii sagrecniepis compared toa thes.Tea y ;
4one tonche d ff by the 'Vice Presidtent last~ wee~k. As head 'of the' Boar d etj
of E ,'onloinic Wiar~are, -Wallace accused the Secet~eary of Colmerce of ~ a od s~il ~a'P1s.pi obstreti'n the wai- program 'with "timid, business -asusual pocedure'"oehn oe o O hi raic~~ Qte
U. S. Treas,.iry Departmetaddsa f-ailires#in' his efforts ''. just "'a good' sound in~vestv n en~.Y i-i'jp iit Y1111~ PEPSI-COLA BTLN O PN O ER
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