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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.53 July 23, 1942


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U-ers of gasoline, beginning July .. BUILD" Shoppers probably will find some
22, will be liable to lose their gaso- Rev. J. L. Hunter, pastor of the ration and price bargains in their
1:ne rations of each coupon in their Methodist Church, was guest speak- local shoe stores this week and next
possession is not properly endorsed eot theuKiwanis u on ee- a
in ink, Mr. Mllorris, chairman of the er at the Kiwanis Club on Wednes- ting retailers of footwear to sell a
day. He spoke on The Responsibil-ceti prenaeothrsok
Jefferson county War Price and city of Freedom. He compared the rtinpercentage of their stock
Ration ng Board, reminded them eration-free when accompanied b, a
today. wasI bornfreedom of the Apostle Paul who reduction in price, Mr. Morris, chairThe ew oliy o coponen-was born free, with that of the Rom- jan of the local War Price and
The new policy on coupon en- an Captain who said he had, gained Rinng Boal sar todan
dorsements, the chairman said, was Rationing Board said today.
frellon a a rea prce.We,:n Such ration-free sale of shoes has
taken to assure maximum protection America, have been born to free- been allowed dealers, the chairman
to .book holderss' Henceforth, mo- loin, he said, but we must struggle explained, in order to move odd-lot
wrists will be required to endorse a. uphold our freedom, not depend and broken stocks which, und-l oall coupons immediately upon re- on freedom to take care of itself.
ceipt of renewal gasoliffe rations, so We must make sacrifices of ielf. toning, might not sell rapidly This,
that they will never have unendors- mter ae strdo or and Morris said, will prevent the tiemiaterial; wye must do our part -to- upo ay arso hosinmr
eRd coupons in their possession. OME IS BOMBED ward financing the present trouble chant's stock rooms, which, otherEndorsement consists of writing In Ord appreciate
in ink-on the face of each ration Washington, D. C.-Thc War Department announced last Monday, July 19, that '"Military objectives in freedom. wise could be giving many miles of
freeomservice. All, such sales must be
coupon, the license' number of the Rome and its vicinity were bombed by heavy bombers and medium bombers of the Mediterranean air Other guests were Ernest Clark, made a sch sesus b
-vehicle for which the ration was command." The.,narshalling yard, which s a large railway switch yard where trains are made up and Chief Carpenter's Mate, U.S.N., Kiissued and the state in which the therefore of great importance to the Axis war effort and for the movement of German troops, was the wanian G. H. Blackmon from Gaines- prace. car is registered. principal target. The communique went on-to say that "Pilots and bombardiers employed on this mission ville; A. L. Kenworthy, Ass't. Horti- All shoes sold without the collecwere particularly instructed to avaiid damaging religious and cultural monuments." Photo shows an aer- culturist, Gainesville; and J. C. Wal- tion of ration currency during the
SUGAR CANE, POTATO .ial view of Rome. kdron, Sr. pers from alyd9 tho h July 3 1
ACREAGE INCREASED American Army bomb- time of sale, either with ink, indelers operating from an undisclosed NEW RATION INDIGENTS MAY ibIe stamp or indelible 'pencil. Any
Lake City, Fla.--July 15, 1943- base raided the formidable Japanese (Special to~'l'he Monticello News)- naval base at Paramushiru, Monday REGULATIONS FOR RECEIVE FREE shoes so marked that are returned
At a special food crop meeting held the first such raid ofuvital Japa MEN ON FURLOUGH INSULIN unused are automatically identified
-arket h as shoes for sale under the Odd-Lot
t the Stale Farmers' ere territory since Maj. Gen. Jimmy Members of the nation's armed People needing insulin but unable Release provision will return to
today, attended by representatiteS Doolittle's fliers bombed Tokyo film of tt nde various Sta e Ag tricu tfurar teeb mnbonths agfio. forces who qualify for special food to afford it are requested to apply rationing.
dS N rt ons on leave or furlough soon for it through their county health
Departments, while and Nsget wegro The bo ebs started a number of may present their applications to units, but in those counties without FLUE-CURED TOBACCO
farrers, helpful suggestions' were fires and scored near hits on enemy any conveniently located War Price health service they should apply diade 'for a substantiilin t and Rationing Board, Mir Moris, rectly to the Florida State Board of
the Creage of sugar ane and sweet In S il allied forces continue to chairman of the local boaild said 'Health, Jacksonville. The war food administraCon has
Potato cropS for 19*44. informion, k'lvaie in a drive to Cut the island today. This announcement I has been announced that farmers -will vote
and ideas discussed at this meeting into two sections. Some Italian This provision is contained 'n an made by Dr. E. F. Hoffman, acting noue r thatoarmr willbrone
gave a cross section of the growers troops are reported in mutinies amendment of General Ration Order director of the Bureau of Epidemi- quotas for the 1944-45 marketing
of these special crops in keeping against German officers and surren- 9, which becomes effective July 24. ology of the Stae Board of Health, 3-year period 1944-46, in a referenAwith the urgent request of the StAte derigi in large groups. 1n the east Formerly service men who re- who is in charge of dispensing the dum to be held July 24, 1943. This
-nd eea eatmients of Agri- nea 'Catan'ia, Brit'sh troops shatter- ceive apliato form exchnge insulin.93. i
Culture in furthering the war effort ed German tank attack with bloody able for rationed food purchase c insulin is used in the treatment datiosacoflue-cred b
onsible fontakinglih tose loe e iuaio thesis s tificates were required to present of diabetes and is available to all farmers, warehousemen, businessreposible 'for making the progam11 to be critical for the Axis. tac
for 1944 to *better understand the Hundreds of American bombers hem to the ration board serving th indigent persons in the State of men farm organizat on leaders, and
itis n sppies mxuproduc te efntredst o f hecity bomerse amoraiao laes n
r pertaining to labor, prior- bombed Rome in the first air raid in area where the person who fed the Florida. Funds making this pos- other farm leaders from the flueProblems pplis, maximu prio- the e n e i the cit r serviceman resided. sible hae been appropriated by the cured- areas. The announcement
itiesoil spplis, in:-Jilum poduc-the nt'rehistoy oft~e ety. R- Ffollowsgisthere siglwinge bygi theIb presidentden
lion, processing and price control. confaisance photographs Tuesday, HEAD FloEd Legslaure
thatients needing insulin must be HEADS NEW OFFICE oly 7 19 oa joi esoluo
The nietng asundr he ns- te ay ftr te aid sowel astDR CO KLN WLLcitizens' of Florida aul must have a OF ECONOMIC WARFARE providing for the proclamnation 'of'
p ces of the .Florida Farmers' Co sections 6f 'Rome's railway yarls in OPEN OFFICE HERE eiz einof F rida aduth of
operative Association, with Sam J twisted, smoking rains from the ter- c ayinnt ra iontd Wf quotas for he 1944-45 marketing
Dr.F.J. onli thotmetis mdicine saying the-y are in need of Washingtoii, D). C.-A new office year. -National miarketjing quotas Kennard geofim manageic asitainfcbasig.Fiepaeswr a i bu a
d, general manage assite riic blasting Five planes were the insulin but are unable to. ay for of Economic Warfare has been est- and state and farm acreae allotby oJohn Mizell, presildent; C. L. Tur- lost in the entire assault in wh ch and 'Mrs. Conklin, are now settled it Anyperson who makes a fraud abolished by presidential order. Head nd state and fam e ner, field representative, and G D- more than 500 bombers took part. In their home two miles south of ulent application for and obtains ofthe new office is Leo T. Crowley, mentsswil bethe ame as for 1943, Gogersox cn~iiaount le agent, olmith Drwn. C i olsinsulin contrary to these conditions alien property custodian who is pic- ments as have prevailed in the past,
'GyCxconyagent, 'Columlbi DrI. 'Conklin previously hadt his I e fiewl its as aepained obacco pduc
Cuy residin Others assisting METHODIST CHURCH office in the Simpson-Keen building is punishable by law. tured. here. Theit was explained. Tobacco produun h e eting were: Fred Allen, J. L. Hunter, Minister on the Courthouse Square before he Application forms for insulin can take over duties stripped from.Vice ers will vote by secret ballot and
n t crearmae 'Lke City and was prevailed upon by the Duval be obtained from the county health Preallace's Board of Eco- polling places will be designated in
secretarnJewelry company to go to Tampa officer of ay county having a full- nomic Warfare, and international local communities by AAA county
Ct morning Worship at eleven-thirty, and take charge of their optical de- time health unit, or they can be ob- trading functions of the RFC, of committeemen, local farmers will mGerce; A. H. Dunskru, assistant Sermon by the pastor: "The Ines- apartment early in 1938. He recently ained from the Florida State Board which Jesse Jones is chairman. be in charge of community polling
kAt.AtF..A. Gain ake is capa ross. severed his connection with the of HealtlhP. 0. Box 210, Jackson- '""- places. Any farmer is eligib'b to
trunk, assistant 'F.S.A. La Evening Worship at eight-thirty. Duval Jewelry company and is now ville, 1, Florida. A supply of these COAST GUARD vote who, as an owner, tenant or
CHURCH OF CHRIST Seron by the pastor: "The Heart hack home in Monticello, this time forms will be sent to any share-cropper is entitled to a share
leets at Woman's Club unger." to stay upon request. IN TALLRHASSEE of the proceeds of the 1943 flueFred B. Walker, Minister Church School at ten-thirty A. M. For the present, Dr. Conklin will "This is at fine service to the IN cured tobacco crop. Before quotas
Young Peoples L1eeting at seven- have his office in .his home with people of Florida that the Legisla- A U. S. Coast Guard mobile re- become effective they must be apServices for Sunday, July 25. thirty P. M. office hours from 2:30 p. m. to 6:00 ture makes possible and those 1i cruiting unit will be at the Tallahas- proved by a two-thirds majority of
Bible School1 2:30 P. M.I At ,the close of the morning ser-ofiehusrin23p.n.t6:0lei,
Bibech l a2:30 P. M. Se the coseo wl admoninster- p. in., and other hours by appoint- need of insulin, but unable to pay see postoffice, Monday, Tuesday and all eligible farmers voting.
Preaching at 3:30 P. M. Subject: vice thie pastor aill administer the ent only. for it, are urged to apply for the in- \\'ednesday, July 26, 27 and 28, it
"Make All Things According to the ordinance of Baptim and have the Dr. Conklin says it is hard to get sulin they need," said 'Dr. Hoffman. was announced by the Tampa rePattern." reception of members into the Jefferson County sand out of one's "Every effort will be made to give cruiting station.
You will enjoy the services of the church.t "
. shoes and we hope he leaves it in. prompt service." The unit will for the first time
Church of Christ where Bible things On Tuesday evening at eight-thir- shoes antd we hope he lv it in. po t evc" are done in a Bible way. A hearty ty the board of stewards will hold accept plications foro enlistment Dr. F. A. Brink, Director
welcome is assured all. their monthly meeting. OIG AT SE RBEES GIVEN Women' PRSr.S
........................*******-***,wedshi w ithteninghoight.ityM EDA ERATINGS ~Applications will also' be taken VENEREAL HOSPITALS
RTSNIASCORNERhpso winvhe tyou Mthodists.and Sunday, July 25, will be Home- -- rm 17-year-olds and men 38 to 45. ThJefro Cuny eatO- Te asor nyesyo tocoe incoming Day at Olive Baptist Church. Because Navyl Seabees are given Men accepted for 'enlistment will be Thce Jea esnnut Health NusOfi vstA column devoted to the wosi ihth ehds.Preaching, Sunday morning and af-1 raighmeil pnelsmn sent to Miami to be sworn in 'before on Monday to State Board of Health
eites of Jefer s o n TTENTIO ternoon t also picnic lunch. Every-! te rci e f nig e pay t start further transfer to St. Augustine r orptk HlaaeI re
.......****************************Anyone having a mirror, a divan, HIRAM LODGE No. 5, F&AM cruiting office in the Post Office birth certificate of other 'adequate miles south of Tallahassee.
Edited by F. W. Carroll' waste paper basket or ash trays he Builing mi Tallahassee. pro birth when contacting the The hospital has been> set up in
- ~will donate to help furnish the ree- Regular communications every The good pay is not the only thing mobile recruiting unit. They must ihws boh fonveien andC cmorale
'Members of the Jefferson County reation room at' Dale Mabry 'Base, 2nd. 'and 4th. Monday nights. Alt they' receive at the start; substantial also have consent of legal guaridian.isbtcovnetadomral. Sportsmens Association will prob- TalhseFoia plaeclreurMstr aon vtd. family allowances are included as Under a new stepped-up training it is operated exclusively for the
ably reniember that work of erad- M1rs. T. T. Turnbull of~ L1rs. R. H. G. W. McDANIEL, well, besides his living expenses program, youths accepted for enlist- treatment of promiscuous women icating water hyacinths from the GellinR. Worshipful Master such as: three square meals a day, ment can continue their education with venereal kiisease. The place north side of Highway No. 1 was -comfortable 1:ving quarters, free by correspondence or at 'Coast has a capacity~ of 200 patients but
authrize sevral earsago.medical and dental care and his Guard trade schools. 'Complete in- there are now only 175 in the place.
authoried sevra yers gojec asol clothes, $'133.00 worth of uniforms,' formation on the program can be Although intended for white women
'Rort Hain nths p ojecn as fecure%' everything, from a pocket handker- obtained from 'Chief Machinist Mate only there are 45 colored patients in
hodan ee pedigfat r.e chief to a peacoat (navy overcoat to Carl L. 1Harris, officer in charge of the hospital at the present time. No
hlnd andU wer Fsreang fast. Lf ''yo) a complete outfit. the unit. more are being admitted and the
Serve ad oter ieldmen romSeabees are entitled to .a 20 per 'Vomnen accepted for enlistment colored patients will, in future, be
thue same service had called our at- 'Nt ncrasereniato over-sea in the SPARS will be sworn in at sen stato a special institution neartention to th~s and warned that if duyadteeismr.Ilo aunct and transferred to the new Oaa
alloed o gt frthr ou ofcon ~ "s can qualify as an expert in small training station at West Palm Beach. A physician and two trained nursallowe the ghoe flakerot wof on-ime arnis, you will receive from .$1.00 to Two SPARS, Yoeman Theda Doss es are in constant attendance and be cvere an ruied fr fshin ormO.0 extra a month for this skill. cwl Senoawn Enuma Weber, will give the patients get the best of care and ducks Mledals of honor and certain meri- full details to interested women. treatment. Nearly all are employed
Unde spnsorhipof or aso-torious citations also pay you an Those unable to contact the mno at some remunerative work and
ciation your conservation officer re- ft extra dividend each month. Uncle bile unit can get complete inforina- they all receive some sort of vocamove trck ladsof hncithsSam pays his sailors well for out- lion by writing the Recruiting Offic- tional training: mrove tn rck loradn oe haiseral~ standing acievements. er, U. S. Coast Guard, Rooms 608-000 Of the 57 who have been dlishude qaefe.Periodically If you are skilled in any of the 'laas unilding0, 205 Zack St., Tampa. charged, 33 are known to have
thunre spot are fesited and hyainthany trades you may qualify for a found satisfactory employment. Ten
INI CHINESE PARADE OF UNITED NATIONS good job with the Navy Seabees. of then arc welders in wvar indusvietknou sln site Chaig hnapies-o cusmrhpatterveigsa Anyone 17 or 38 to 50 years of age EPISCOPAL CHURCH tries, three are shipyard painters,
peared. This spot is still viie hnig hn.Cieebysot ac atterveigsad may volunteer, or if draft age, you Rev. E. L. Baxter, Rector one is a WAVE and one is a WAAC.
and inspected regularly and we re- on which Generaliss mo Chiang-Kai-Shek and other high 'Chinese gov- nimay volunteer through your draft ["'ssistance is given in finding emport with pleasure that it has been emnment officials take the salute at the big parade that marked United board. Get three letters of recoin- Sunday, July 25. Jployment and the patients go out over a year since any of this plant Nations D'ay in Chungking. More than 100,000 persons marched in the Imendation as to your ability and Church School-10:30 A. M. with a substantial sum of money
growth has been found on the north pdr'ade behind the flags of the United Nations. A tea was given by the come to the Navy Recruiting Sta- Morning Prayer and Sermon- that they have earned while under side of the' highway. Generalissimo for allied notables. tnThywill do the rest, '11:30 A. MV. -treatment.

MONTICELLO ADVERTISER The Sunday School here gave a Elethia Griner,
Established 1869 picnic at Lloyd Creek last Tuesday. Complainant, S I1
MONTICELLO CONSTITUTION Everybody had a good time. Chil- Willie GQriner,
Established 1873 dren enjoyed the bathing. A deli- Defendant. ADS.i Changed to I
MONTICELLO NEWS--1903 cious picnic lunch was served. A tOn the 2ntd day of August, 1943,
NATIONAL DITORIAI_. BPT 777//S CAA/heavy rain followed.sdecthe defendant fkoXil~e 'Griner qdwhose
817 11 4 -,,..resdence is ii known, is required to _________________NATIONAL EDITORIAL T C e appear to the Bill of complaint filed
i l 3 SSOCIATIJON Mr. Chas. M. McClellan, Jr f here against him for divorce. 'lThis W ANTED- Colored cooks anid
7I Y m Trinidad and his sister, Norma, 19th day of June, A. D.. 1943. Dishwashers Mayflower Hotel,
0-"_ DES TROYED AT spent the week end in Jacksonville CLYDE H. SAULS Jacksonville. Permanent job, good
_________ /with their grandparents, Mr. and Clerk of Circuit Court for Second to chef 7-23-3t
WILL H. BULLOCH PEARL /A O Mrs. Wmin. A. Platt, and their sister Judical Circuit of Florida in and pay. Apply t
EWILL H. BULLOCH I and her husband, Mr. and MrsH. E. forBy: HATTIE MJefferson County.LAK $10 REWARD for return of
Editor and Proprietor B:IFoster.D l er black and white Walker Hound
DOROTHY BULLOCH John H. Human, Deputy Clerk. itch due to whelp soon. Wearing
DOOPublisaher C 'NI cola wt G.h M. Livngtonant
Publisher Miss Allie Hay of Jacksonville is Solicitor for Complainant. collar with .G.M. Livingston, QuitThe Official Paper of Jefferson visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Kilpat- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) man, Ga. Notify H. P. Gilchrist, Rt.
County and the Town of Monticello. rick.'
.- T OICE In the County Judge's Court for
Cntynd ath onelof otOiceo rick.. y \A'_True.NOCopEQimn,'a -6
Entered at Monticello Post Office Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Browning and Jefferson County, Florida.
as Mail matter of the Second Class little daughter, of Trenton, spent -a' Notice is hereby given that in In Re: Estate of Katherine A, Simfew days with G. F. Floyd and fan- accordance with Section 19325 Corn- mnons, deceased. Telephone I- 138-R few days piled General Laws of Florida, 1941, Notice of Intention to Make AppliOFFICE OF PUBLICATION ily. the Board of County Commission- cation for Final Discharge.
M s ANotice is hereby given that I have
News Building Dogwood Street e. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cadwell and i e ith the County Assessor filed my Final Report as Executrix
O-SUBSCO T children of Palmetto spent a month of Taxes of said County, at the of- of the estate of r
1 h th C mons, deceased; that I have filed my
One Year -------------$2.00wih relatives. Mrs. Virgie c of said Board at the Court Petition for Final Discharge, and
Six Months 1.00 Buzbee, the latter's mother returned o ia, on Monday July 12th, A. That on the 3rd. day of August, A. D.
Three Months ----------- .75 with them Saturon Monday July 12th, A. D. M.a, I will apply to the Hon. Tho_______________________________ Ii ______1943 at 10:00 o'Clock A. M. and will as B Bid Copny Jude of Jefmr
remain in session as long thereafter son County Fo da, f ppra o
snCutFlorida, for approval of
" R. E. Clark, Jr., ,C.C.M., recently -guMr. Jack Jones of Live Oak was as is necessary for the purpose of said Final account and for discha
returned from the South -ePacific, guest of W. H. Thomson and family hearing complaints and receving as Executrix of the Will of KatlerJoined his wife in Atlata ad fey last week end, testimony as to the value of any ine A. Simmons, Ideceased.
oined his wrife in Atlata anid they .property, real or personal, as plac- Dated this 30th. day of June, A. D.
came on to Monticello last Friday. Miss Elizabeth Tyler and friend, ed on said tax roll by sa d Assessor 1943.
AofTaxes and Equalizing the assess- LEANA M. CLEMENTS,
Miss Roberta Clark, of Tallahas- R I A N H RS of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with eofTx lanod Equalizing e the Executrix f EM Ns i d
see, joined the family party for the Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler. Mr. and Year 1943. Testament of Katherine A. Simmons,
week end. BY LEFF Mrs. Fred Tyler and little daughter This 23rd, day of June A. D. 1943. deceased. 7-2-4t
were also of the company. C. J. REAMS
wralo 6-25-3t Ohairman of said Board.
C. A. Fulford, S.,C.3]c U.S.N.R., /=-C. A. Fulford S.C.31c U.S.N.r ., -_ Mrs. B. O. Lewis is at her home IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Invasion Is
left Wednesday night for 'Clinton, CICI-OUTOOkla where he is stationed at the in Thomas City now. Her sister, SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -OF COstlvfihtIn~
U S. Naal Air Station, afer a eave Mrs. Ira Folsom of Jacksonville is FLORIDA IN AND FOR JEFFER- o
T. S. Naval Air Station, after a l with her. She expects to move to SON COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Your Boy Gives
spent at home. Jacksonville soon to make it he Leonard Carroll, J0qper cent;
,... Jacksonville soon to make it her Leonar Complainant,Cr' H cenaCm in
In the County Judge's Court for future home. We regret very much vs.How about your
IJefferson County, Fldgor ourt for to lose so valuble a citizen from our Roxie Carroll, hond buying?
In Re: Estate of Georgia Beulah county after so many years of ser- Defendant.
Shuinan, deceased. vice. On the 2nd day of August 1943,
Notice of Intention to Make the defendant Roxie Carroll whose LIVE STOCK AUCTION SALE
Application for Final Discharge. residence is unknown, is required to
Notice is hereby given that I have Watermelon seed is on the pro- appear to, the Bill of Complaint filed BRING YOUR HOGS
..... here~n against, her for divorce. This'
filed my Final Report as Executor gram now and all those who sell agan her fo dice. Thi
of the estate of Georgia Beulah seed are very a th sell 26th day of June A D. 1943. AND CATTLE TO
Shuman, deceased; that I have filed seed are very busy saving them. CLYDE H. SAULS
my petition for Final Discharge,, Clerk of Circuit Court for Second
a e sdday of August, Judical Circuit of Florida in and MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
and that on the 17th day of August, A good many women are answer- for Jefferson County.
A. D. 1943, 1 will apply to the H-on. wr -fo-- Jefro Counnty.yMndyad e
D B.943, I i aCp tyo th Je of ing the call to fit themselves for By: LUCILLE McLEOD Auction every Monday, and get
eferson County, Florida, for ap- army service in the vocational Acting Deputy Clerk, highest market prices. Sale
Jlefferson County, Florida, for aP-, John H. Suastrs2, m otcel tc
proval of said Final Account and' 'r. school in Tallahassee. John H. Shuman, starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock
for Final Discharge as Executrix of Solicitor for Complainant. Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr.
the Will of Georgia Beulah Shuman, I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
W oGdeceaseld. W hen our mortars were pon .Jding Maknassy Hill near Sidi Bu-Sid BUY* U, S. WAg gO DS A True Copy
Dated this 14th day of July, A. D. in Africa, Private James Rugolo of Brooklyn, New York, was one of UT"
1943. the men bringing up the amunition. Struck by-shrapnel, he kept - -- . ---..-. "- *- . ...
a~th et Brngn S the aa teIkupeon
J. MALCOLM MORRIS, going until he dropped, was awarded the Purple Heart. On every
Executor of the last Will and' battlefront men like Rugolo press the attack relentlessly, regardless
A~g Let use helptap sole yur lecri
Testament of Georgia Beulah Shu- of personal cost. Are you doing enough to keep our attack rolling
man, deceased. 7-16-4t thrinoih Payroll Say ... ...
appliance you want to get rid of A
a used one you need, we want to help. 1F WSadr.ievceSain r baddu.
Fill in the c oup on belowurand yu'electric
.... ..'9 else .. by putting more ,
s. fle p a pei obacn out W1erever such a scene of inaction may have replaced
,rwork. Ifyou have worn out the busy corner of a short time- ago, accept il as evidence
appliances, register them as
-Iy ( be sold for salvage of parts. that many men of this Company have changed their uni: .-t us do the worrying . all you 7 I forms for a while.
.3 2ake known your nec. .' Not far away you will ,find another Standard Oil
Station-open, busy, trustworthy-worth going an extra
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S,, overcome the "man-power" question, please understand
- .* -- -that we strive to keep standards high-too high to permit
indifferent operation.
Soon,.we hope, conditions will fayor and make poss.
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FLonIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPASY TRFICE "closed for a while".be a~igal to you that Standard Oil
"^ozu pos -e str ~isne are in- th ieW c of thedight.
.o-- at, --- A.- CARE FOR YOUR CAR
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6. Will it operate now- Motor: Yes.. ...--- .-N- ........ Heating Elements:
Yes... ....... No........... Mechanism: Yes............. No.......... Switches: Ye No .....
7. Will (sell) (buy) for S -.. ................ ..Will trade for .
8. Equipment can be seen at- Time .. ....--Remarks:.......... -..........

A tI Robert T. Wallace, Minister
Social Activities July 25, 1943.
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. Church School, 10:30 A. M., Curr3
1. Bassett, superintendent.
Bowen, Phone 8-R, not later than Tuesday of each week Morning Woship, 1130.
Morning W hi,1:0
Prayer Ser ~e, Wednesday, July
Mrs. W. W. Bassett is in Uinatilla, Mr. and,Mrs. Preston Bird and 28, at 8 P. M.
Fla., this week visiting her little Betsy have returned after a pleasant
granddaughter Lucy Lee Bassett, the visit to Evansville, Ind., where they 2ND. -BAPTIST CHURCH
Daughter of Major Wilmer W. Bas- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Rev. D. A. Simmons, Pastor
sett, Jr., who is with the American W. Chamberlin. They were joined Sunday School-10:30 A. M.
fightihg forces in North Africa. there by their son-in-law and daugh Morning Worship- :30 A. M
- .-.. ter, Lt. and Mrls. L. W. Chamberlin, Movning Wrip-:30. M.
Capt. and Mrs. Leo Bilinski are Jr., of Holyoke, Mass. Evening Service-8:30 P. M.
announcing the birth of a son, July .Prayer Service, Wednesday, 8:30
16, at the Alachua County Hospital Lt. Kenneth L. Rector who has P P.M.
in Gainesville. The baby has been just returned from England, and his Rev. D. A. Simmons who recently
named Emil Maximilian. mother, Mrs. H. W. Wills, of Ocala, returned *from Gate City, Va.,' has
Fla, were Monticello visitors the been called to serve as pastor of the
Mr.L. Flu, were LMonticello visitors the
Mrs. L. G. Morris and two daugh- first of this week. They were guests SIGHTED SUB-SNK SAME Second Baptist Church of Monticelters, Mrs. T. T. Lee and Miss Mari- of Mrs Willis' mother, Mrs. Ida Sea- lo. The Rev. Mr. Simmons, needs no
anne Morris, left Thursday night of bury. Lt Rector who hard been fly- Washington, D. C.-LU. S. Navy phto-The remarkable photo was made by a navy photographer who introduction to this city, as he lived last week for Chicago where Mrs. ing with the R.A.F. for several rode with a torpedo bomber in an attack against an axis submarine. Note the barelegged crewmen by here for a number of years. Church
Lee, will join her husband, Mr. T. T. months, transferred to the U. S. Air the tower, apparently too bewilueried to duck. Another man crouches beside him as the monu- 'nembers are glad to welcome Rev.
Lee, who is attending Pre-Radar Force, April 30, 1943. mental tower o.spray shoots up from the explosion. T his was a "sure kill" the navy said. Planes from immons and family back. You are
School at the university there. M's. escort carrier blasted a Nazi wolf pack in the action of which this operation was a part. Note depth cordially invited to come and worMorris and Marianne will visit there Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Collier and charge about to strike water. ihip with us.
for two weeks. their son, Luther, of Lake City, ....._,, __,
were guests 'on Sunday of the Rev. RISSMAN-RAINEY ROOI CLUB Miss Frances Parks, a former FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Mrs. Harlan W. Curtis, of Jack- and Mrs. J. L. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. teacher in the Monticello schools, B. A. Roth, Pastor
sonville is visiting her parents, Mr. Hunter with their friends were din- Miss Jane Vandella Rainey, of Mrs. Guerdon S. Foster entertain- was a visitor here on Saturday,call- Sunday School-1025 a. m.
and Mrs. M. J. Bilinski. Mr. Curtis ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Monticello, Florida, became -the ed three tables of rook players last ing on a number of friends. Miss Morning Worshi-10:253 a. m.
is with the U. S. Navy and is sta- Rainey. bride of Lt. Sanford Rissman, of Thursday afternoon at her home on Parks, who has been in California Traiorning UnWorshion-11:320 m.
tioned in the South Pacific area. Chicago, Illinois, July 9, at 4 o'clock the Waukeenah Road. When scores for several years, was on her way Evening Worship-830 p. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clby Reichert and Tampa, with their daughter, Wll in the beautiful home of her ,par- were counted, the high score prize to visit relatives in Georgia. Prayer Meeting Wednesda
et.The Reverend J. L. Hunter, was awarded to Mrs. Jim Cook; Mrs. '-%,M young son, ofGainesville, are spend- O'Nell, havebeen recent visitors in d-- 8:30 p. m.
inung a vacation with relatives here. Monticd- O ello, have been recent visitors in minister 6f the First Methddist C. P. Wilkins won the low score, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bates with :3p.m
SMontiello. Church of Monticello officiated, and Mrs. J. R. Hughes, the floating their two children arrived last week CATHOLIC CHURCH
Miss Patty Reichert, of Camp Gor- Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Hiers are re- Quiet dignity and simplicity char- prize. Refreshments were served to be the guests of Mrs. Bates' par- s next Sunday in the Catholic
don Johnston, spent the week end ceiving congratulations on the birth acterized the wedding. The spacious after the games. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hughes. Mr. Church will be at 11 o'clock.
at home. - transferred to the Selective Service their son, Gene, and Mrs. E. P. Lev- banked with rich greenery and in- letty and Dorothy Anne, spent last several weeks.
Board in Starke. She left on Sun- erett, of Havana, were visitors in terspersed with white sweet heart week end with her mother, Mrs. J. Miss Grace Keen who ha bn
day to take over her new duties. Monticello on Sunday. phlox. White tapers burned in five- F. Williams. Betty .and Dorothy Mi re e who a t ORA
_________________________________________F._Williams.____Bettyi cncandelbra.y attending Ahe summ rer school at pR0~RA1
- -bra ch candelabra. Anne are remaining for a two weeks Brenau College is at home for, theP R AM
_ _ _ _Precelding the ceremony Mrs. Ed- visit with their grandmother. Mrs. remainder of the vacation. BEGINNING JULY 25
ward Allsopp sang "Ah Sweet Mys- Franklin Williams of Tallahassee,
ANNOUNCEMENT tery of Life" (Victor Herbert) and with her daughters, Betty and L.ucy, Mrs. Donald Davidson with her SUNDAY & MONDAY
"I Love You Truly" (Carrie Jacobs- were also Mrs. 'Williams' guests this new daughter, Katherine, returned JULY 25 & 26 S Dr. F. J. Conklin wishes to announce the re-opening Bond) was played during the ere- week. on Monday from the Archbold Ilosof his officeliere for the practice of optometry- money. Mrs. J. Cooksey of Mon- pital in Thomasville.of his offiehere for the practice of optometry- ticello presided at the piano. Mrs. V. M. Green, of Sanford, with IN THE- WORLD
examining the eyes for visual deficiencies and The bride, never more beautiful, her children, are the guests of Mrs. Little Miss Frances Jane Sauls has
prescribing and fitting glasses to conserve entered on the arm of her father Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guer- been visiting in Daytona where she Jack Benny, Priscilla Lane
visual comfort and efficiency, who gave her in marrage. She don S. Foster. was the guest of the Rev. E. N. Phil- Alsowore a becoming frock of navy blue pot anid their daughter, Polly. LATE WAR NEWS
His office is located in his home 2 milps south of town on sheer trimmed with white embroid- ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rainey of -and-FRESH HARE
Road No. 11 with office hours from 2:30 P.M. to 6:00 P. M. ery across the yoke and sleeves. Her Monticello, 'Florida. She is a grad- Mrs. Rosa Adams, of Oneco, is the
and by appointment corsage was of white rose buds. uate of Monticello High School and guest this week of her ister, Mrs. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY
Dr. D,. I. Rainey, uncle of the attended the Florida 'State College Ida Seabury. JULY 27& 28
___________________________________________-bride, acted as best man for Lt. Riss- for Women. She is loved and ad- Mi s Mad Ion'Reichert returned THE GEOST
Miss aladelon lieichert THeturned
m.... man mnred by all who know her for her on tuesday to Camp Gordon John- and THE GUEST
Attecnlso fteerrin hef esnlt adti-l on Tuesday to 'Camp 'Gordon JohnAt the conclusion of the ceremony cheerful personality and friendly ston where she is employed, after James Dunn, Florence Rice a reception was held. The dining disposition. having spent a fifteen days' leave at
N Pa n room table was centered with an Lt. Rissman is the son of Mr. and home. Also/arrangement of pnk radiance roses. Mrs. S. J. Rissman of Chicago, Illi- FOX POP AND BELL BOYD
fQ Bride's cake and ice cream were nois. Following his graduation Lieut. Hal P. Dekle who has been THURSDAY & FRIDAY
served, from high school he attended Uni- spending a short leave with Mrs. JULY 29 & 30'
After spending some time with versity of Miami, Florida Dekle and her parents, Mr. an! Mrs.
Varieties of the season their guests, Lt, and Mrs. Rissman Out of town guests included Dr. 11. E. Clark, left on Monday for Say- MARGIN FOR ERROR
fresh daily in our mar left for a short wedding trip. After and 'Mrs. D. I. Rainey of Tallahas- annah, Ga. reshdai n our mar- July 18 they will be at home to their see, Florida; Misses Julia Patterson Milton Berle, Joan Bennet
kets friends at 214 Highland Ave., Bir- and Mary Warren, students of the Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Rainey were Also-LATE WAR NEWS
Smingham, Alabama, where Lt. Riss- Florida State College for Women; recent visitors in Jacksonville. and-COMEDY
.- Plagly Wiggly man is stationed with the Air Force. Mrs. Eldward Allsopp of Winter
Mrs. Rissman is the elder daugh- Haven, Florida.
444'e w'r4'
Have a Coca-Cola Howdy, Neighbor,'round the world.
It's natural for popular names to__>
WhnheAl ier m p wacqire friendly abbreviations. That's
~why you hear Coca-Cola called "Cokd'
.. rhow to make friends at home or abroad --"8 es s.
or 'F;8so.PouN D$ oF: WASTE
;, When the American soldier overseas meets up with Coca-Cola, it's like meet* iHA;IE GLVCE -.IN'I I OUEM
ing an old pal Have a "Coke", says he to a stranger, and in three words he 12EQUllE +ORO
has made a new buddy. From Minneapolis to Melbourne, Coca-Cola stands 'EPT4 CHARGE ,
for the pause that refreshes-has become the mark of the good neighbor, the RE-LEASE 4
high-sign of the friendly-min-ded--has spread fromAtlanta to the Seven Seas. ",M*C/ t '
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Nionwide Hol ly
Molly Pitcher Tag Day, August 4
I Pitecher Tg' or HEROE
Was'ington, D. C.-On August 4th, AMERICAN HEROES
Molly Picher is stepping out of th BY LEFF
pc es of Ancan history to
sell War Bonds o
and Stamps. The
gal who carried
water to thirsty
Soldiers during
the blistering
Battle of Mon.
mouth arid took
over her husband's cannon
When he was
wounded, haf.
long been a symbol of the heroism
of American women.
In her honor, brigades of'modern
Molly Pitchers will take their stands
on nation-wide Molly Pitcher Day ai
street corners, building entrances,
and in public places to sell the bonds
and stamps that back up our modern fighting men.
W ,A red-white-and-blue Molly Pitch' ~er Tag willT be given to everyone
j who purchases a bond or stamp on
that day. Members of the American "
' Legion Auxiliary, and of the Indcpendent Food Distributors Council Captain Anthony Hollub manned the top turret guns of his grounded
unit of Molly Pitchers, will aid and plane to return the fire of the Jap air attack on Clark Field in the
augment local Women's War. Say- Philippines. Exposed to strafing planes, the New Mexico captain ran
iSOUTH PACIFIC EE Cings Staffs to make up the volun- across the field for more ammunition when it was exhausted. He was
SCONFEREitchers to holed their supplies of tags ready to sacrifice his life to keep his guns blazing. How much can you in
-nd War Stamps. The slogan on the vest in Payroll Savings to help heroic fighters like Hollub to keep firing
New Guinea.-During his recent tags Will read "Fill the Pitcher with..-tour of inspection of New Guinea, Bonds and Stampon Molly Pitcher
nra ofspetion ofNewtuia (Day," and the goal of the sales force General Douglas MacArthur (R) will be to "tag" the total population.
confers with Major General Horace i
H. Fuller, commander of the 41st ,.
d vision of seasoned American fight- MARKET REPORT
ers. MacArthur's latest communi- LOCAL STOCK YARD
ques reveal that a new--Allield of-
fensive is in progress, plunging deep About three hundred head of catinto Jap-held areas on New Guinea tle and about six hundred hogs ,were
and closing in around the enemy The modern Molly Pitcher will greet you throughout the nation on sold, Monday. Fat hogs sold fully
garrison at Mubo. August 4th when brigades of Mollys will tag every buyer of War Bonds- steady. Feeder hogs and cattle sold
and Stamps. They will carry on the tradition of the Revolutionary War a little easier than' last week Mrs. F. A.- Mahan who has been heroine who has gone down in history because she aided her fighters at Best steers & heifers 12 to .00
the, battle of Monmenth in 1778. Best steers & heifers -.-- 12 to45.00 spending several weeks with rela- he battle of Monmouth in 1778. Medium steers & heifers 8 to 12.00
tives in California is now at home. Best cows10 to 12.50
SBest cows --------16 to 12.50 "MF. .. ... '' ~' A~Medium~ cows ----------- 7 to 1.00
PFC H1 .Johnson, Jr., and Mrs. ediui cows ... 7to1.00
Johnson, of Tallahassee, were over Bull ... .to12.00
': ,Calves .................. 10 to 1550 1
spending. a few days with Mfrs. 10 to l550
No. I heavy hogs ---- 13.90
Esther Sauls. They spent a few No. J hogs 1.0
days also with his mother, Mrs. No. hogs
Johnson at Arcadia. No. 2 hos --- 14.00
No. 3 hogs 13.45 *
Back the attack by upping No. 4 hogs -----------------13.00
your payroll savings your No. 5 hogs ------------------13.15 Pepsi-Ca Company, Island N. Y.
very next payday. Measure Roughs---- 10to 13.25 Franchised Bottaer:ny, Long Island City, .
your savings by your new Feeder pigs ------------ 10 to 13.50
higher income. Sales every Monday. PPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF PERRY
4i I-ti
Rendova Island, Solomoins-Soundphoto-'1 This sounidphoto shows the wreckage of an army field headquarters kitchen, left when the Japs came over during the preparation of a meal. One man was killed
when the enemy scored a direct hit.
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each payday. U. s. Treasury Departmenj U. S. Treasury Department

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