The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Voice of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of" Life 4 4UMI


ity Assessmentsp LITTLE GEORGIA PEACH 1 Goad Government League Organized lli

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8.53 Per Cent I '
With", approval of itn certificate ot .Incorporation by : 4. ,Individual sharing in gov! ,'The worst.. threat against (.iie ,; "
ernment. American, way of life is not Communism -
Judge A O, Kiiniifr yesterday afternoon the Good Government ; 5. Seeking of competent public
: League Of Mart n ,; it U the breakdown of '
County officially came Into be- officials and encouragement/ ol '
Preliminary assessed valuation on property In the City of Injt and will elect: its officers and directors at a meeting! at I law enforcement -"Including I the democratic process, the Indifference ,
iri tn Increased 153 per tent; for 1043, City Assessor! L B. Eurlt the Paplint Churth'at; 7:30:::: tonight. those (lawst against organized of the average citteeii.! ..
.aM) Monday during a meeting of the City Commission sitting ra I This Incorporation( cerUfk'afe I professional gambling and commercial Communism Is a social disease. ,
of equalization at the city hall )f the organisation. ht h' hns liquor traffic." It thrives! on confusion, injustice ,
board, : been set at $30,010.Memberships ,O
6, Honest elections :and clean chaos as til Europe after i
:B i was reported no objection to any assessments had been become known commonly/ aa the I will l, be $1 and politics the war. Its cure Is something

lied, but the board will alt again at 10 ant Monday and again ''100 club," was signed by James/ may be secured by anyone at I T, Furtherance of wholesom! better, The American system is ,'
following week" to meet the threeraUtlng'minimum., require- W Fegram, Herbert II. Thayer,:I least 21 years of age or by a legislation in city and county better, Our problem therefore '
t following these meetings the assessment with possible Dr, C. A. Carrie! J. C, Anthony, Arm. corporation or amoplatlon government. is to arouse the average citizen: to '
nM will be approved by resolution at a regular commission the Rev. Phil Maxwell and A upon application which gains 8. Promotion of recreational his responsibilities and thereby ,'
i 1 I Carl Urlduo I Jr Officers to be the membership committee recommendation Improvements in city ''and county to make democracy! work. I
fatal assessment for 1948 are $3091805. an Increase of 4243 'elected 1 tonight will Include I a, and approval by The racketeers are the rats S l,
1M71 total of $2,848,885. Biggest gain results from the I president! vice-president, secretary -' the directors It was stated. A i t Improved living conditions. that eat the cheese they did not .,;'
ant! spurt In the city In the past :year and a feature of the I treasurer and 10 directors two,thirds vote of the board la I 10. Publicity for vices that make and the grain they did not J "
dint I whIch with Temporary President necessary to expel a member I Jeopardize\ maintenance of high harvest They are the most serious \ to r
In real estate valUation.
It to a $8,7M decrease Thayer will compose the board' Honorary memberships will be moral standards competitors of the honest I I" ,
Met roll for operation la barely more than $100 l .000 greater y'ir. ( of directors The board will be I Included although they will have I 11 Promotion of good morals /merchant Miami seems to be f
.11 year ago ai a result of increased deductions from the total. elected by and from the mem- no vote I and decency In city and county driving out the .ra""" ." Do you :
on and disability exemptions are up nearly $5,000 and home I bcrship the certificate brought Twelve objectives have been governments them to come to Stuart? \
ft show an Increase ol nearly. $138,000At 1 1 out, and will be the league dl- stipulated for .the organization 12 Taking ot all necessary "Every public official in Mar 1-1 11want
valuations: reeling fore according to the certificate TheyIn steps for these objectives in- tin County should welcome the
147 1941 The officer will be ,Ie led for brief are: eluding( possible real estate and support of the Good Government .

Real Estate ... '_. .. .. $ 903,450 $ 896685 one.year terms although In this I. Promotion of good citizenship personal property transactions League and all citIZens interested '
Bulldlngi ._ .. .... .. 1.300730 1498040 I case the "year" will end Jan 13, I In commenting on the 'sobjectives in making democracy work ,.j l' I
1949, on which date the annual 2. Study of conditions and Dr. Carrlel said: should;! support It The league !-
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personal 644505 ......691080 membership meeting has been problems in the city and county I, "The Good Government' Leagueof Is not out to "get II anybody. It a 'I
--- scheduled Any present holders Governments Maim County Is what its Is out to turn the lights on the! : '
TOTAL'ROLL ..._. .,. ._.. _. 848.685 3,091805 I of public office are barred from 3. Promotion of individual ,:onsclousnesg name Implies: a league to encourage rats that gnaw at the foundations 1: ,
Widow. disability exemption .... 34-990 39845 ; holding office In the orgattlza of governmental responslblllty -I and support good government of America", and to make ';1''

tlon.... and it.*, liability.. .limit. .. has _democracy work. I :' \
NET ROLL FOR DEBT SERVICE 2.813,695 051960 I ---- ;

Homesteads .. __ .. .. 877585 1015580 \
-- Board Votes 4-2 to Retain Pair INLET PROJECT 'Ifl\

NET ROLL FOR OPERATION 1.936110 2,038.380
Ml.m" Dalit N.M PkoU.

Newest lK"feen.Llflinlt is 6-vear"JId Cinge Prince dauglitej of Mr. NEARLYDONE '

CREATION Police Radio mid Mrs hugh Fruity!. firtwrl IIf Stuirt sad. now of Atlanta. wliii As Jensen Beach Bridgetenders ::1 '

Is shown lien, with Coo M fc Tlilnnpson during a visit to his man

sum in Atluia.| Ciigcr is rcFemjd II> 'u "Small Fry," but a 1 big --- ----- Arundel Dredge Slated to '

OGRAM SET'STUDENTS StatlonWRWL jpltshlng career is predicted for .her In movic-dom Acfomrwnfcd. ( by Amidst a charged atmosphere Harry Blotner and Laura Chris- \ some/ time after the mishap. He Finish $90,000 Job .

her parents and "lOgB.bb..| llywood (nnxhiccr. the )yoeong'onins( I tain were retained as tenders of the Jensen Beach bridge to the verified I 1 Blotner statement This }V k. ,
has already begurt work In picture\ entitled "One TOO Many,* which ocean by a 4-2 vote of the Jensen-Road and Bridge District Boarfl, that "I was able to do my_duties << I..
In OperationRadio is expected l |o be loleavd In time for. flirl.stmM. at'the court house\ Tuesday; afternoon (that night," and when query The long-sought opening (It. \: : ,

On a motion by Commissioner/ arose as to why settlements were the St Lucle Inlet will be an actuality I, I'

O W. Shlpes !pf Jensen' Beah'I had been given the impression made so quickly by the County, upon completion of work .

n I Start with Registration Station WRWL, first to 2 CASES END Bank Project that the pair be replaced by ALbert the Job was his effective last attorney it was Evans done Crary to protect explainedthat the there this week by the Arundel, t

Monday at 'Stuart be set in operation In Martin t L. Jones effective July 21 at Thursday. ('ounty'.lnterests and was cheaper Corporation dredge Catoosa- I I
School Gym County! will end two weeks on Cet' Civic a wage of $149 a month, Commissioners More than an hour of voclfer than subsequent litigation hatchee County Commissioner I '
a test basis this week end and COURT TERMJudge May / Snipes and O D ous debate preceded the board's would bo regardless of the iltlgatlon \ I U D Qulnllvan said he was Informed I .'

ecratlona3program. for al be put into standard 16-hour, Qulnll tan voted "yea" while action with the majority of 's outcome. Monday by Capt. M. MWaller f
Commissioner C. M. Fletcher.I speakers siding with the move to As an equalization board the who has directed the ,
and girls of ichool age will service Sheriff O. M Hancock Smith to Preside Clubs SupportAdoption Lane Jennings, Dewey WIlcox i retain the present tenders.Spokesmen commissioner received no complaints $90000 operation. I

J 4] with registration In the announced Tuesday Tomorrow 6 Suits ,"f jrvdBlL, Wall voted "oo." CummCMoner for them Included W: and quickly adjourned. Beginning a month ago tomorrow
sailum/ at the GUiar} schoom The sheriff patrol radio ,f.- l vrr'S'Moved. ID"'Weeft"| ....,:;...- Arthur E. Sims "was lB. TUton, S,J Ward, I. S, Plteh-, After the brtdgetender event, (the the Caloosahatthee has : I '
: Monday, Principal 'Err Lion"which Is FM and has a'Tee*-I ot the current. campaign "not voting* Wllcox vote was ford, William Pitchford and commission as such ordered taken out tons of coral and Sand I J
Johnwlck announced auency of 155 05 was Installed in for establishment of a cast by proxy by Jennings ,when I Blotner himself deletion from its 1948-49 budgetthe from the choked opening to the "
: Two Civil damlge8.ca.ses, First Federal Savings and Loan f Wilcox was unable to attend the V. E. Howard, father of one proposed 211-mUilevy to raise ocean and today Is nearly readyto : ,
'd!&y. the rear portion of the sherlff'ljorflce A. J. Barat ,.. Frank "Barat session, I of the youths Involved in the, $1,200 In the newly-created Port discharge the final load for
( school-sponsored, project at the court house late. and Mae Raulerson I vs. Association ,in Martin County asa i Previous to the vote the board New Years Eve accident on !the! Bewail Special Road and Bridge, dumping in the ocean. The t
med at filling the unemployours last month by Bartlett Brother! George J. Cline, will be heard project' for the Stuart Kiwanis I rescinded by unanimous vote its bridge that formed !the basis for District A hearing on protests channel when completed will be ,
the under supervision of Cecil by Judge Frank A. Smith at the Club was approved by the club's I resolution adopted June 15 the I Tuesday's controversy asked only by a number of affected residents 700 ft long, 200 ft. wide and 11 '
during summer or1Ountder4 Bates, Motorola engineerof court house tomorrow morning board' of directors at its dinner I' contents of which paralleled 1 I that the truth In the matter I was set for Tuesday at a ft deep The latter measurement I I
6 years old ort Miami The transmitter Is to conclude the June term of of the includes contracted 10 ,
meeting at Chlsholms Tuesday Shlpes, defeated motion Afterward I I be gained and Sheriff 0 M special meeting a
Johnwlck eXplained. Eve 50 watts while those in cars circuit court here, night. It voted unanimously for a'' Hancock was summoned to n>. slon at :3- p m Millages ft. plus 1 ft. for "overdraugt: ,I"
nil home from colleges are owned by deputies Newton Chase Cases In the term to be heard The action was taken subject motion by Sims that Jones be I I port the situation as he found I Jensen Road and Bridge commll"I' Inspection of the protect was .,
lao to participate, he said and Reuben Sharp and Constable by Judge A. O Kanner were concluded ., to ratification by the club memo reimbursed for 15 days sines he' It upon being called to the scene tre,' approved. made last week by A. H. Brown
itntlons will be for nearly Marvin H. Crowe are 30 ....ttl.Hancock'i Tuesday' On that day ---- ---------_ ------ ---- of the Army Engineers I office InJacksonville '
; 1 bershlp by secret ballot at tomorrow : !
activity a young person unit will be installedin the case of Miller Orow Company and the USLD division :
ht be Intereated in, and any- his car In about 10 days. Inc., (attorney T T. Ough-I Woman's noon's Club, it meeting was explainedby at the: JAYCEES HAVE Paving PosedIn i LLOYD TRAVIS engineer in Miami When '
missing the Monday start I Sheriff! Hancock also announced teraon I vs O 8 Fletcher (attorney -I H. R Steffens AS spokesman I I finished the dredge: will return "
register with Johnwlck In installation of a new telephone Evans Craryl I was continued to the' Lake Worth project from .
for the initial 10 St1,1-1
'(Ice at the school in !the room with the to the January term. and sponsoring which it was drafted to work 'I'
-lay from 10 a.m. transmitter the number of which the case of Harris Lowery (attorney art businessmen. The first step MEMBERS CAIN HighlandsPaving DIES TUESDAYLloyd here, Qulnlivan said.
of \
,. It.artln.j' Carroll Dunscombe) vs was acceptance the by it :
Is 359 I '
board he but its i'
the said move
ttbers of' the Is being Fern Darling (attorney Oughter-
high The transmitter operated 1a hot the member '
binding on !
ty In sheriff, his IOn I was dismissed In a >condemnation ofthe I r"r'
charge of the program by the depu- eh I)) which will have the final I II New officers presided tor the bump-ridden Cooper Travis 62 for HARTMAN GIVEN 11\\
Include Jack Smouse, John ties and Mrs. M. R. McCord efface suit the City of Stuart word In accepting or rejecting' Streets in highlandS Subdivision,I more than seven yearn a resident I
lay, Mary Ellen Manjon and clerk from Ham. until mid- acquired title to one-third of)I i first time at the meeting of the school I of Stuart died suddenly at his ".
time aid to the campaign as a which adjoins the 1).llIh) 1"
ph A. advent of the Lot 15, Danfortb Addition, from ,Junior Chamber of Commerce:
McCoy. Smouse will nlKht With the I home in St\ Lucia Estates at 9:30:
C charge of hobbles, swimC winter season this will be Increased Robert P. Fulford et ux' for $2,- club StefTens project announced he plans the Civic Center Tuesday night' area on the cost may be In the pm Tuesday His body accom STATE JC POST '1 .:

and driver education (for to 24 hours dally by the 800. Of this sum $1100 was (to present another detailed explanation William King is president, replacing offing I panted by Mrs Travis was to be
II> trainees must furnish employment of an operator for ordered paid to Robert $1400 to of the bank plan at Ben A. Redding ,Jr.., who Disclosure of nuggestod relief shipped today by Johns Funeral -- i I
l, Gray win assist In the the midnight to I '.m. shift Luette Fulford and $300 to attorneys he meeting tomorrow before the for that area's long-suffering\ I Home to the Weatherhead Fun- Jatksonvillel4'i-Stats committee 1 :' d J''
mini and offer motion pic- Hancock said. Sumner and Sumner and vote I is taken, and urged all upon retiring presented a report residents was made at the cityCommission's tonal Home'''In Orange N. J,. from chairmen for the Florida '
I on sports, recreation and In explaining the transmitter Errol S. Wllles for the Fulfords members to make a special ef- of activities by the organization : June 23 meeting which funeral services and burl. ,
Junior Chamber of Commerce
itbn, and McCoy will direct 's operation. Chase said communication The area In question adjoins the tort td attend. during his tenure. Included when a drawing was presented t al In Rutland Memorial Park in '
bill and a general recrea- can be gained with I Civic Centers north side was the announcementthat showing proposed paving of nine East Orange will be conducted. have been announced by- President :

Program fdr both boys and I the cars In any part of the eouny Last Thursday Gordon Duke COMMUNION SLRVICEIIET(: membership has been Increased blocks of streets by deary' Broth Travis was born March 1, 1888, Al Cahill. 'I ,
Including gymnastics and I very clearly, and the cars and John Blow, co-partners (attorneys The last quarterly communion by 68 per cent. eta Construction Company of I In Millington. N. .1., as a direct Directors of the State organ!- '. ,
etbaU in the gym In ,the I themselves can communicate Ernest, Lewis and Smith! ) service I of, the Presbyterian Action on the proposal that Welt Palm Beach at an estimated -I i descendent of Daniel Cooper who ration will meet In Sarasota Aug. .
flings over a 10-15-mile range Use of were awarded $12,500 in damages Church before'Its new edifice Is the Jaycees sponsor a giant Pioneer : cost of lun 80, The eall settled Mllllngton on a land grant 7-S to approve committee pro- r
La Manlon will have 'girls 'I' words on the system is eliminated from A, H and JI. H. Stevens, occupied will be held at the Days sales campaign this! mate was made on 5,C20 sq yds from the British crown In 1695 grams. The committees and
'SOS 'In hobbles and home- by a numeral code such as co-partners (attorneys ,Liddon., Woman Club at 11 a.nt. Sunday. month among the cltys merchants at,$1.30 a sq. yd plus nine fillets I He was In the insurance bus!- chairmen: .'
leg, but these? will not start "10-JO" for 'where are you?" and Lee and Parker) In the days' Dr. C. A. Carrlel will speak on was deferred, a meeting totaling 86 sq. yds for $11180 ness there for 41 years until he Agriculture Jeff BUI Lees- s
II July 18, tJohnwlck said, "10-42" for going off duty" only case. Friday the case of JS Seeing the Holy Oral)I." Sun. of !the board of directors tonight The proposed paving would Include retired and he and Mrs. Travis burg : Americanism. Woodrow S
"' 'More than 40 such numerical Baker (attorney Crary) Vs f day School begins at the club at when Redding said a decision ope block on High School came to Stuart In 1941. He wa's'I Jones Jacksonville: aviation I
: combinations are employed Cecil M. Yates (attorneys Thad: 10 am. probably .JI-! be made Ave., two on Stypmann Blva. a member of Acaca Lodge 162 ana Teff Lewis Tallahassee; forestry -. I '
1 M CLASSES In the event a hurricane should Carlton and t. B. Ellis I was con i -.. -. ---- - -- ..! _! .. three' on East 5th St.. two on chairman of the' Martin County Walter Warren, Lcesburg, ,(
topple the 82-ft. antenna erected tlnued and defendant Gloria Indiana Ave' and one on Kansas Red Cross chapter. Get-out-the.vote, C. S. Smith
outside the transmitter room the Harriman Sutermelster (attorney State to Contribute $9,340 Ave. The paving would be, Survivors Include his widow Cocoa: International relations ,
transmitter would be knocked Crary)ICraIIItet.: a directed 16 (t. wide and a total of 3,160.6 and four sisters, Miss Mildred Archer Smith, Miami. I
N1TMONDAY iut, Hancock said, but the action Victor I linear feet and Miss! Madeline'both of East Public (governmental) affairs, ,
would have no effect on the car Malone (attorney David M.. Mar. More SchoolsSchools I The proposal was tabled for Orange, Mrs. Olive T. Jenkins of W W Arnold, Orlando, and vice* ,I'',I'j'' '
units.: shall) to County's lack of funds at present Nulty N. J.. and Mrs. Augusta chairman, Jack Worley, Miami I ; l

I tang.awaited swimming \ T. Prtestman and son John, of public relations, Hampton Dunn, .;
ictlon classes BID TO INCREASE ) In Martin County will the AP reports. CITY RECEIVED: 113 Ii East Orange Tampa I
lIanln sponsored by THE TIDES STORM INSURANCE receive $9.340 more In contributions However, the first estimate this INCHES RAIN IN JUNE Youth activities, Walter De- ,
County Red Cross RATES HERE FAILS from the State during the year cannot be raised anywherenear mllly. Tallahassee; public cafe I

pier 'lll\ begin Monday for ... -_.., far 1M IS. I.wii 1948-49 school year. according to as flinch as it was last year. The City of Stuart. received' UTILITUATDRAWS ty, Robeft'\ Pettlgrew, West :Palm
Weeks ID) the pool, at the Hleh I.... ,.. ",. .... .,,11.,1.1 IC.ts.sea An appeal by insurance companies an Associated Press report of an Thursdays figure Is only $249- 1C3 Inches of rain during June, Beach S,
........ T,_. OP.S. *r M_'" 821: below the ceiling of ,000 '
tef the late estimate sent last Thursday by $43 ,- Safety legislation Reginald '
Samuel "Traylor ... I h.'e I. ...I..... Ow CliiCs .for higher rates of In. records of weather observer John '
on Bewail, It was announced i' b..i. II ..I..'" 1M I.., O.aspu.d lurance on windstorm damage in State Superintendent Colin English 000 set by the 1947 Legislature N. Mann show The total Is only SI,408 Mot fait, Orlando conservation, ,
e1'1la1. ._kr. C. w. 1. aI'.h.lLw' L jW.AM 1 Martin County'and seven other I to the comptroller... The estimate English said the great increase .05 inches above normal lor the Ralph W, Hartman, Jr.. /Stuart;
''SOns! of all ages and ,both PM. LW. PS.SI South Florida'.counties was rejected -' show this county received over last year in State Contributions month. The total l was accrued; fire prevention, Sam Levitan '
I who want to learn to swimS I 144 1155 $51 IIIIs ese by State Insurance Commissioner $136,096 last school year and Is due mainly to Florida on nine days with the heaviest Miami; awards., Robert Mender '
,, II .1110 1551 III Is slated to receive $145 436 during teachers Improving their pay The cltys 10-per cent utility son, Fort Myers '
IIave not yet registered for J.OeIO :.1551 .1... IdS ISO J. Edwin Larson Saturday single .day fall being 2.59 Inches :
eIaaa are \urged to do so at iI", la .... JiI5 1,11, 1,45Jd the Associated.Press reported this coming year. rate classifications by getting on June 20 tax fund finally stopped its '
Pool SO .11. ua 5IS 555J517 English estimate says 141.! more training An Increase In downward plunge with the year's 11
between lIse Inchea.ARTS .
J and 4 p.m to. I. 1,10 iSIS 1,1W The-lull normal is 6 56 SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET
J when registration and 50,755, s"l 554 ,5Sil4i Larson, also State Treasurer,I 750179 Is due Florida county pupil attendance also accountsfor best net for a single month records BEING HEARD TODAY .
''licatlon' will be executed. laid the firms failed to supply schools next year in State contributions some of the boost In funds. for June In the office of ? '
and the certificate Counties !this year will be re-i GUILD PLAYDELAYED Cly Manager L, B. Eurit !revealed '
001 hIm with data rate '
wishing to but A hearing on the '
log transportation: register THE WEATHER boosts ranging fm': 30 pet cent I Ito upon which payments to the 67 Quir'cd to contribute at least $11.- A WEEK Tuesda I
may Board
until 963,961 to the school foundation 1 .94.-.0 budget was slated
tilde on "several hundred per cent, I counties will be made a Collections last month
a school bus which
III from the Stuart school .. u..e4.d ilea. the AP continued. definite statement Is prepared program in order to get the State! Delay l lo receipt of costumes amounted U $140675 lowest III the office of Superintendent, 11
Ibe Pool at 1:41: pm tomor- #.5,N.&I. ._ "St"-5.-........ ..b.v.. The companies contended they next January Is 062,125 more money That is $898.380 more and makeup materials has forced since January'and more than R H. Rollins at the court house j'
The bus also '..us run dally III, uS.Jle ::h. ,.. .. were losing money on hurricaneand than the total State contribution than they had to put up last postponement for a week of the $400 below Aprils record high. at :J this afternoon. The board '
III the class. T.M._._'__. M'--._. other windstorm coverage for the business year that year. Fine Arts Guild presentation of However from the fund there acted only} on routine business '
Rci Bmouse, Mrs Walter F i.ll ..s Cej4i In St. Lucle: Indian River Dads, ended June 30. On English'i: new estimate/ the Noel Coward comedy 'Blithe was expended only 11.028.48. also matters at 1U regular July meetIng -
'', John C. Gray and Miss CI. CCus nlvi Palm Beach Broward. Monroe, It Is 16,370,449 more: than theprelImInary total State and county foundation Spirit," it was announced last lowest since January leaving a at the court house Tuesday
". Baker will be the Inatruo.k ,,,, a. O'. n Martin and Brerard Counties I estimate' sent In by program calls fOr week end by Director C. E. Lane. net for.June of $380.27. night, Rollins' office stated. Rollins -
, all or whOlll ar. duly quail- 1.1r a .eI 1Oslo' I Rising property values plus English a year ago and later Increased ture of $53,71414] on expendl-I The play will be presented in The difference boosted the announced he expected the ,
bJ lied Cress authorities! to 4'.', t .:; ;: Florida storm record were given I by 12,309,000 In the light system next year, All counties\ the high school auditorium at funds balance as of July 1 to arrival tomorrow of John C.Ool.
such tastrmttons. it wai '" : I as reason for the financial losses,I of later figures on te, her qualifications may, and ''many do, supplement\ 8:15: p.m. July }6. Admission will $179193 July is the 20th monthof den, newly-appointed head coach, i
, INCHES SASYIFALI."" and that with extra local funds. be 60 the tax at Martin
10755. .oa 111:1:1.: I.t' I alleged by the companies pupil attendance cents a eraon. operation County High School


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MARIE McGEE WED I The Committee on sanitation I' Incinerator. It has become a' Women' group to
.\ I IIN SOUTH CAROLINA Palm City Civic Notes reported plans tor the community public nuisance along the Palm .nd. CommJsaloner Was 1\11I\
: it Mid. that
disposal of garbage and trash I city Road was the count)
"'i. Porter murrra-; ; and to a large The !matter of a Joint clubhouse to Min 1It11bl1t
1Ii" : The Miss Mai'Ian are fray mak1na
1\\' / Mane McGee, daughter Mrs.Marlon degree should eliminate IndUtrlmate ,I was discussed with mera- Ing POSSible as It Mmtland
} at The Palm City Mane Club met pepartment crews complete their Palm City Woman'sClub .
I the I ben of the Jensen
dumping. and that Beach
McGee 88 (
of West 4th St.,
I Tuesday evening at the church I present assignment!) to atop and a committee of three The next
of Stuart would try
Paint & uid Edward! W Blnu 01 Blrmtnuham City meetlnc
Body The committee roadside and 01
\ p wan suleninl7e 1 dune 13at with President Lee Higbee In drainone' ditches on reported. and the spilling' of garbage and trash I was appointed to Intel V''<4 J will be held July 20 U.
r PACE ,t:It p.m,. IQ Aiken, 3. C. charge the club was assured' personallyby from its trucks en route to the similar committee I from church II
' ,. 4 4h .,, (Over A& P, 2ndfloor, / The bride attended Martin A total of 28 members and IS.I County CommLsakoet) .JL '. I -----------:- -
CUD SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING < own ty lilkh School and. Brad- guests from the Woman Club Wall that officially and as a club
, I, ATV 1, uto Painting Metal W brlc I lord County High School and U I I were present Several new members ,.I.member he would do everything
: u graduate; of it\c Horidn Uurbcr were received bringing the'''in his power to get' this work ,I
Cara m.made
' IJ ; Slip Covers Spat Tops j mid Beauty CollHe lit Jack on" paid-up membership 32, and; done He stated that plans for
Ad' I : .,,1 'nil e she ha' "been operatingthe a number of other community it were already mappofl out. 4t
spanPalm 1>; I Vlctoiy tWuty talon\ In ;tu> I residents have indicated the: Jo1 I 1 II He also gave a brief talk km I) w.
: ;, .... alt Tile brliiegroom Is xmurctd ''
--- tire to join before the July 20 till tirent phases of the organUV
WlthifaiUU t' 1 with the'Southern Self 1'elephone I deadline on charter member)I' 'loll and growth of Martin C<>uuty .
Company Attention I Is called". to the ( and advised property owners II
slbly "Sugar nd Spice and Something Nice ." After a honeymoon trip. to ( r'th thin club U a civic I to be prepared to cede lights-of- I
: MyrUo Beach, S. c.. the :3(Me (group rather than a {purely}(racial way to the State If they wish to
item d I are making Weir hump at the GI'VIln1zaoW4lD.,.,._. see Martin Highway: become a
: EVERY SATURDAY Ii Shirley Apartmenlit, Augusta, the committee on roads 'ond; main artery between take Okeethubce : !
Oa I rlkhts-of-way I reported Senator I i and (the ,)lt. tucie Hat,
-- I --- I }Evan Crary has advised that 1 1such i alto stressed the need of tnd"11-,. I
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: IIVDSAVS! EASING work in this district would I I II IJ I Ito trial! plants In !the county:\ to tur-\

.< Through I ;tfli j. and Mm, Pat E Lindsay J started aa soon as State Road ther !its growth, ___.__ j
I :and daughter, Betty Jane, will I The Dkcond' Best BOOK on Earl
3 : June,\ July and August I Irave' by auto tomorrow morning' J 26 GIRLS ATTENDING I MRS. JOSEPH BITCH _
to make their residence In Ridge-
wood, N. J. They have been living ;
:r' at 601 South Akron Iva. I
f ? O % iseountDont Uruixaty who has been empluyed,I Twenty-six: Martin County 4-H Mrs Joseph Rich suffered head( I Nea the Bible, the page ol/t\\bank book can )}
ut i( iho Shark Induct:', plant inSalerno Monday morning and foot Injurie and. hr hus
has lor 4-H Camp McQuarrle in .j{ furnish ore inspiration, modi satisfaction and
I been truu,1101'r o 'Ocala band was shaken up In a lour.I
National Forest
( Forget: E4ry Saturdayf-All Summer Long) city the Borden office Company New York were accompanied by an adult They )|, car coll Won on a rain\vl.'pt\ U.S. I t greater ccjW/ort than any eading matter you
leader and Miss Luclle Inscoe, I | about t miles ninth ol Vine '
I' .. All New SJmmer Drat &. I flHt SfOITS: ;;:ltVUTIt :; Hume Demonstration Agent I Beach at it.:JO am,. Tuesday\ I II have in the h y ea It'* d medicine.,

., e All Nationally A All J Sizes nil Typ< i I lor C"",y Occasion. I Ctrl Scout Troup' 't met at; the Those attending are Betsy soon after the mishap: !
.. I hone; nl Mrs J. fr Wwme'uesday Burr Muncy Boyd Revls Braly, accident ; and the figure groi nth regularity. Some dayit
the occurred Mien
Shirley Chase, Mildred Clements, :a
ifkrnoon Girls it)ll I"'ndlngviii
Zola Mat HlalosUv TopnneWIU Marilyn Frey, Isabel Mathers car pulled out of a Uii! :_,>i :. uth- I will take good cjre% you

THE LITRE DjlESS SHOPLettie 'v. Mary Lois Campb--ll tads; Florence and Betty Meggett ''bound velilclcs and was undble I
Frances Moseley and Pearllne to back into the line the
Boson. Sandra Davey and heriiel get is I
; I. Susanne Davy i etera of Stuart; Joyce Barn-I Rltchs( approached learn the'' NOTE The CONVENIENT way save i G with a modern
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C. Duran 1 V Post Office Arcade Zola' \ Mae reviewed three' 'oookx hill, Billle! Jean Brown, DonnaIrene I zouth. The driver" apparently ADD-0-BANK ONLY $2 your personal Jiry,

for hu literature I badge while Brown, Uivonne Ooode. applied his brakes, Hitch. mid. Some $afet Deposit Boxes liable Now -
the other Joy Kate Pollock.l Faye and Sue and swerved in front of him, and
girls worked
-- __ on !an n- : I
'r- u Rowcll of Indlantown LUcy, ;
I I Krmtional friendship map, II- I ; Bitch car struck him and another !
I i Molly and Sally Hertel of Jen- "before in the friendly
li' liiitKl with figures In CUBI !I southbound/ \ car ave
ten Beach; Norma Crawford, coming to a htflt third outh- :
Beat the I tutors of Hw diffemil 'ounlrleiin
----- Phone Jane Penhale, Joan Saunderson, bound ca: went win hr 11 ci) eo'''
heat STUA r'S a 14 / Europe I tussle Mae Scutten and AII\a'!\ '
I At their meeting Iuec,rln\' 1t avoid collision
With A .I :- FbrTreat. L Hilse Simmons of Salerno, and Rltth said his nut CITIZENS BANK OF STUART T
I |P m Ih.' Stouts will,'! oaks uuis \ I
\' adult leader Mrs Jack Saundtrson ,
II II Schedulel lei I Ihdr lout ii!il(' on +lit north it a tot4l Iota He and Mr< Rll 111 I
,tie' 01)l the /8: + wale| diver also of Salerno. were enroute to 1111"01111/ Indl ..
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At 1 + 1a 2 BIG I' Mr. and Mrs F. L Booth of una for a thiee-wctk vm.iti, Member The Fylral Reserve System, and Federal' Deposit Insurant. c poraUot
3 BIG (HMIt : : lie l in employed UCumirsMnr,, -
T&I.ATRE( TFaIaT r.A HITS fNTIHTMNID Bicwton Ala, will arrive Saturday -
j DAYS Mir' I L Dkc: VMS hostess: to be the guests of Mr ket and they reside al 72o List
Today FRID Y ) and SATURDAY .it -1er ham on the South Dixie and Mrs O M. Hancock. Thtr Cth! St ms.FRY The Bank of Personal Service
Hwy for Circle I nl thw \V'OSI daughter, Joyce, has been visit l
I I uI'iK1ay aft moon f Present were iiiK Here for a month I fOMERIMr: ; SLATEDTallahassee II I ......
/ hltAJf MOST UWBLt MAMit 4 Mrs C W McPherson, MissSwrnn : -w- July 9 The II h I

Ilt ( IP } Tl1 MAST WONKKFU FAMILY D. Totten 'Miss Mary J. Mrs; ; Shield\< Forrest harman, annual leadership-training! onttrence -I I .
ll Ames. Mrs. Clyde Courj, m. Mn the former Flossie Boggess, of for supervisors and jh| - -
V, Cherry Point, N C., spent last i er leaders lit education will DC
Di Abbott Morton and Mri II.. F. weak with her mother, Mrs C L. i held' at Florida Stale Universltyl! I II
Ju>y22-Aug' U
Johnson. IMggea&a '' -- I Ivanla
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d aBYRz DtVCE SLATtB Hl17 Mr and Mrs Tommy Mason State College. He now IA I
r A ie('n- gf dance will be \held and daughter. Brenda, of Rock living at 600 East 4th St
..II t (the Civic Ocnirr July 17 ,spoil- 111)1) S, C. are the houseguests I -- _- I
1 1r ",nd by the boy of the local i I' of Mr and Mrs C. M. Walker. Mrs. Anna C hlsholm hats asher
tten-agp group The committee e-. guests Mrs A II Hrllryrh I LAST
"n arrangements' members of I I Mr and Mra. L. C. Moore, 707 and son Donald Mr H\ .! \M.'. CLQN
whirls are Rudolph Krueger. Joel I Stypmann Blvd., left Friday ac- Grain and hei ,Ill'Kndd.'iJif"."i ( f

MAS 4 Smith Etperson Kramer and I eumpanylriK their ion-in-law and )iRoneij __ I .... : .".
Robert i Greene, huge announced I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl R W" .......
4. :< BROADWAY HIT 'hat I he Fort Pierre Nlgh Hawks I j Wlllard, who have been visiting '
," fkal ran ter .Mil fui nish the iiitislc .Adm 'l- 1 them, to that honfl, In Ml Alr>, 1:11p1: \
i ,IOn will be 75 cinH couple ''N.C. !
ami $1 l for shags. I
I I Miss Jennleve! Fletcher. who i"1I,1
ASSOCIATION MEETSAT I hat been a bookkeeper u the 1'' sour I, 1949 -
TAYLOR HOME bank, left last week for her home 'I
IRENE Ol1NNE In Pocahontas Ark.

BARBARA The Presbyterian Women Ai -e-
BEt GEODES t ,ocmtlon entertained Tuesday it'I W H. Mitchell advertising clue, d I Iira.at
OSgR ''manager for The Stuart News, ,I If Ir
NOMOIIq( 'ht home of Mrs Ivan Taylor ,
PHILIP DORN \.1th Mrs George Piritr is tut-I ) has returned after a months
I JSKSS. Mrs. H L Lyon .,VfI vacation In New York State and ,
GaggELWRAft I the /divollonal Mr'. Ella WI! , t Ewe rtiuitgut a talk on the P.'bvt.. inn h n m e t own. Wllllamspori pa
w 1 gut t.onll.'nre I which she altuwl/ d I Iin ..nd his alma mater Pennsyl:... .
Juno near Sor..I'loOthers ,
present were" Mi I ,.,,11.I
Wiley. Mitt Anna Omni Mi, (
4' HIT NO. 2 vAM ALSO A tarrlcl Mrs B i' Sh"C'k'j-, I

a {M// I ? NGLE; GIRL" No. 5 ford/ Mr, C.A :M Mr W KS Advertiser desiring to place in the 1949
t I. /< >r..v' ,4rs f R H">at.i .",, )\i, copy
\ : -Jl iML (Serial) E !H I K.ira. Mrs H 't; \1'., I Highest Edition
i t of the Stuart
( Ki lies Bring your Kiddie hi nl I :and Mrs Ail", v. K t I Paid For Your! I Fishing Guide are advised

ogle Club Cards! ) MAC.I( ;1 PAKTV IIIID! USED CAR "'4 I the booklet is now being completed and will be

s C toon Tirst Snow"IONDAY Attending un Imondm'' '''i '1 h, "I, See Us Before
: -- pal ly at Jfi);,en B"lI'h i la.01' i / You Sell or placed in the hands of the) printers j: jn. the very near
t' I n front Friday night\ : WI' I' Mas" I I Trade
I Leon E Ashley, Mr R B / future.
uTr's SUNDAY and .ft!* Pherson. Mr. and Mrs L. A. 114-1 1 SUNRI a 'MOTOf COMPANY
bonast, Capt and Mrs JM-JS S. DIXIE FORT PKCE| PHONE 190
''j i A NEW CLIMAX IN EN1ERTAINMENT! PI if n. Dr. and Mrs A
'''n Lawton Mrs Lie( OlclershaW. '
Jack and Jim Ashley Lorrafne : Publication this year wilt| be 18,000 copies which
McPherson,, Janice and JuclleArbn I I "DINnd/DANCF"
I ust, Jonell and Buddy MomaPATYnn will, be distributed by the Chamber pf Commerceand
I J v ,,f Ri"unoke. Lard IN CobLCf I MFORT ATSEYMOWR'S
I II other civic
I BIRTHDAY : agencies. _

1 it
I Ih Ir ,, MuBiriy, daughter! of Mr I "
"1,1 i I Mis William Berry eele One of "the CooltA Spots on East Coast '
I all I II II br.ded, I her 9th birthday 'a'Ith'a 11 TASTY, praCIOUS FOOD The J 1949 Guide will be published! in August for

., inkfurter! uttlnr roast Saturday and "venlng watermelon I Miifd Dri JSP oeg on Draft September and all) distribution\ in fin effpft f f to bring

TdE Oiiislsttendlni" ? were Nancy HE/VR GEN/0 %HE SOLOVOX '
and Kay Klnt. Sandra Oehrtu, 'I STEAKS/andlSEAFOOD i i fishing visitors to all sections of Martin County. It
H f Opy1NAfENt Jack!" Coleman. Susan. lay tnd'

h p Lip Bandy David Carroll DeBerry Dnvey Charles Krandal Mary Lois Porter Dorothy Campbell Ir-, 'I Beach 0/ .. SPEC 7iSEVMOUR Lii' GIDEON will distinctive include a large number'of new photograph ands

h 1 Han,'ok, Julie Enders. Joyce Owner I new cover
.t.tI I I Booth _and Putty Berry__ On I thf Beautiful InAn River I

t MtndMk.iAZEL. BROOKS with I I -

I f SPECIAL EXCLU5IV: JFFICIALI Better The S\n tlDian A Revere Ringside dstOLA s I II II I IBST5 I Sails/ort Resmurant I I If YOU DESIRE. TO RESERVE. SPACE. ANp H JAYS; NOT AS

r i t tl d dI Just Soirft) Fraiief, Creek Bridge* n U. S. 1 YET BEEN CONTACTED; RET 'IN TOUCH<< WTH| W, H

I itI CiUflfS I I Fox N moon e Under New Ownership (BILL) MITCHELL: Op ..JOHN. U. MENNINCER, OF THE


Invite You To Enjoy-

I ( elI' Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday and idayI a Real Italian Spaghetti \ '

tlroL..9sasre. s aa' EacaowsRLA'INSUAA

.. S (. M. MEALS A LA t\RTE iStuart News \

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lOCIAL" NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART u. News Horns Items Telephone ottici.foe this beton 21{ paper soon mast rn ==' =:' :!jI'! 1 1111

__ H' MRS. JOSEPH McCOY, Society Editor / ,
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I NEW LEASE,ON LIFEBETTY Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Shrlg- f Quests of Mr, and Mn. R. r. Mildred Clonts left last night Mn, WUlaford Ransom Leach

Bulova Watches Party Honors Icy returned last week from their Longbottom for the holidays for Revere, Pa, where she will' Is Melting her four Stetson. i \\ ,j I
summer. 'vacation They visited:were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Long-1 be the guest of her grandmother, grandchildren I In Beach 'II
Kings FridayAt Mn. Shrlgley's parent, M.. and bottom and family of Sebrlng Mrs John Rhodes While In I )' \,

International Sterling Mr*. R. Rutherford,' In Culloden, and Mr and Mrs. 8. F. Cong Pennsylvania MIle Clout' plan

rCeepsaki and Woods Art Caryec Pelican Ga., and friends to Cosbocton, bottom and family of Avon Park to attend the Democratic National -
Ohio, and Washington,D. O.Bob, Mrs. Longbottom' brother, J. T. Convention In Philadel \'
Diamolds and Wedding Rinf sC Julia Ann and Albert, Jr, are phiL a \ :
Wills, Ir. of '
spending Tampa wUa, guest
a the summer with their -C-
&E.WALK! Nearly 150 guests attended an .1d grandparents In Culloden. here last week. Dorothy Clonts daughter of I
I Informal open house dancing --I-. -0- Judge and Mn. Arthur R. Clonts
Jeweler party given in honor of Mr. and Janice Arbogast of Stuart and The. Rev and Mrs. Roy Sampley will sing! with Kent Maser of I

( MM. Drew W. King, Jr., at the Mary Diamond and Jean Arnoldof 'and family have moved from Fort Pierce over WIRA at 10:45:
I OSCEOLA AV ST VRT Pelican Hotel Hobe Bound left Saturday for Eastman Oa, to their new home Saturday morning
I Friday tvenlng. Kansas City where they will take -C- jl- I
She Is the former Mia Frances part In the program of the first on .City-Road.. _-- Mr. and Mn. L. E.! DeLoachand 4
Carlberg, daughter of Mr. and national, convention of the Fu- Michael Harklns had as his children left Friday for a dla : ,
Mr*. Bror J. Carlberg of Bewail ture Homemaker ,of America. three-week vacation In Georgia,
IUTANTCOMMERC1 Point They were married June holiday guest Sgt George How North Carolina, Pennsylvania ; r ,
18 and recently returned froma Mr. and Mn. R, T. .Jackson of ard who was enrout from Pan- and New Jersey
honeymoon trip to Havana and Golden Gate have a* their house ama to Keesler Field, Mis. -0- Exquisl ultured ,'I j
L PHOTOG1ite Y are residing in her parent home guests their son and daughter Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mlnnehan :
Until tall In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Quest of Mr., and Mrs. Clarence and son Dan and Mrs. W. H. Pearls 1 1In.s..I
Real Ei Photography Varied refreshment were Jackson, and children of COlum- Hall are Mrs. :M. A. Oarlock Smith went to Key West for the 'I 1
served by the co-hosts and host bia and the Rev. L. C. Corder week end. .d d.a.dlr.M.pd .
and Mn.
M. A Oarlock
Jr of
| Attractive Photo of 1 ['our Fishing Fatly a n Catch CMM Mr and Mm Bernard LEE WOOLRIDGE pastor of the South Side Baptist iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiuimii I ) ? K.. ..t.4 .r.ad. !
Coker, Mr, and Mr*. H. R. Steff- Church In Columbia, and family. Burg Ohio.. ...1.. a... W to e. 1.15.,, 'Ii
ens Mrs. D. W. King, Drover Miss Woolridge, 21, of Canton, DRESSMAKING
PORTRAITS AN SERIAL PH01 HY ICing and Mr. and Mrs George Ohio, smiles happily over the Mayor W. R.Baker of Eldorado Cecil F. Cornish of Belvedere and ALTERATIONS ..a. sna r.... IC, .-r.pdd i ;
successful of Height' and his brother George N. J, is the nouseguest of' Mr. so C e Eil a.
I Krueger Bld*> (263 Ion* 324 outcome a new; t M %I..a-.NS .. a. .. a.-U ,u.u..
T. Baker, who Is visiting him an. 1
sort of heart operation performed and Mn. Skip Dugan. at Port M Archibald .
HOSTESSES from attended ..d lob... ICOMPI.E
TWO ARE ; Birmingham a
her Bewail.
on at Charleston S. c. toe .
ATLANTA AVEAiiimiiiiiiniliiiimiiiiiiimiiiiimiiii
Mrs. Charles H. Kindred and picnic for the benefit of the Lin- '
by Dr. Horace. Smithy, assistant .
a ICRStu
Mrs. W C. Armor entertained den Cemetery Sumter County. / / JEV5ELEY
professor of at Mr, and Mn. Phil Pence Ill
with four table of bridge at the surgery '
FLOWERS F< All OCCJ IONS home of Mrs. Armor honoring the Medical: College of South Charles Titus Is' now stationedat South Atlantic Ave, had as their
their neighbor, Mn Barry On Carolina. Last September she the Pensacola Naval airbase guest last week Mrs. Pence's lis. ROT tY CLUB rt Jewelers 'I

who has moved to Fort" Pierce read an Associated Press dis- having been transferred from ter and brother-in-law, Mr.,and .05? N.. sass j I
COF \GES CUT LOWERS s.- wa.tsse
BOUQUETS (F.r I, 5r..e j.5 l
Prize were awarded to Mr.Harris patch telling of Dr. Smithy's experimental San Diego. Mrs. 'Ted Phillips and children tH OLM' GRIWr
FLORALDOMESTIC IRANGEMENTS Lowery, Jr. Mra. John Dum- work in operating on -C-. Beverly and Allen of Detroit. : .JOrcNWICKarsf 9 Osceola AvN I.
Ich Mr*. Curtis Whltlcar, Mr clogged heart valve of animals.At Mr. and Mn. WUlaford Ransom -5- A IIDDIHG,Jri Buil
,and PORTED E ICSSMITH'S I -( Dehon ng) A
Leach and daughter, Ann, ...
Clyde Plrtle, Mr* Earl Hall and!! her insistence, Mrs. Al Mather, France Apt,
Mrs.Harry Orr. arrangements returned last week from a 10-day' Is visiting In Manteo, N C. I J I
&GiFTHOP .. were made with Dr. Smithy to vacation In Havana
FLO L her. Doctor jwclc llllllllllllllllllllllllllliihllllllliilMlllllllllllliltll /lllllllllllllllllillllllllllllCKER'S 1 1"B ,
GUILD ENTERTAINED operate on Mr. and Mn. Edward
Mapp returned -
WEWI FLOWERS Mr Bob Johnson was hostesstot' home had given her up to die, Harry Webb accompanied Mr. Monday night from a j \

Arcade Bldg, 5th St, F Pierce J'hon* 310-J the Wesleyan Guild last but now It Is predclted that she and Mrs. E.: M. ManIon and Mb three-week vacation In' New f II I
Thursday evening. Mrs. Donna can look forward to a fairly'nor* Mary Ellen Manlon to their home: York City and on Long Island
Alexander led the devotional and mal life. In Danbury: Conn., Friday. ,After' where they were the guests of = 3 Miles orth of Srt on U. S. I '! j
Mrs. Elea WhItaker reviewed a a few days visit there, Webb will Mr..and Mn Samuel Ffe.C j"
book The Bishop's Mantel. OES MEMBERS. HUSBANDS go to Nantucket, Iowa, Where he DELICIOUslFROZEN CUSTRDS '_ R Re ,
FUR : ITURE I Other present were Mrs. Virginia HAVE LUNCHEON 'THURSDAYA will be the guest of his nephew Mn X. :R Tomlinson returned .' J
Kindred.Mrs Rose Walton. and wife, Mr and Mrs. Leslie E.i Sunday from Montgomery. She NOW C-i T SERVE Y EC
[ !Mr., Jeannette Clements, Mrs luncheon was enjoyed by Webb 2nd. was accompanied by her daughter -
F Hot { mb = : ,
ofnn the OJUJ.: Circle members and -- Dog gets SVdwlchM I
d CHARM and granddaughter Mrs. W.
QUALITY v a' a Lon Tyson, Mrs. Gladys Bower- >*
or Ing, Mrs. Adeline Moore, Mr*. their husband last Thursday Billie ;Joe Ausburn apprentice C. Moore and Linda whom she Cold Drink .ItC J fee .P MilUf Shakes __

Living Room, Bed Roo Dining hdfta and Kitchen Margaret, Mrs.Keller.Eleanor Mrs Glass Ruth,Stevenson Mrs The be members sold at worked the bazaar on articlesto which seaman leave returned, who has to been Baa home Diego on has been visiting-C--- OPENS'* | *.TO 11 P. ? : F P i ,

Our LI I* Cornell 1 1A will be held early In Novemberwith Sunday. -
Edna SUmmell. Mr Betty Fowler Mr. and Mn. George Ammen (ffMUiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiAiMiiiiiHiiiiiiiiuAii_ / iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iR
VISIT WitRoddenbul CONV1N* YOU and Mrs John Dragseth proceed to go towards the Jr, returning to Miami from
South Dakota/ building fund of the Masonic William J. Leach returned their honeymoon In the moun- f l'' I
rniture Temple. Sunday from Boy Scout camp at tains of North Carolina were the .
y CHOIR; GUILD MEETS Present were Mrs. Clair OUson, Lake Osborne, Lantana wherehe guests of Mr. and Mrs O. M j
Co,. AT. A and 2nd Si ort Pierce The Choir Guild of the Pre*. Mn. J. W. Odeon, Mr. and Mn. was a memberof, the staff! Hancock. Ammen Is a funeral I I
John Hilton,Mr.and Mn.George CMrs. t
director In Miami. ,
Church met at the
byterlan Rowley, Mr. and Mrs. William Aline Burgess with her I
home of Mr .Arthur Clonts. Riverside --
ooo.e::: oaoc::=won Drive last Thursday. Olver, Mn. A. M. Johns Mrs daughter Olive, Is visiting her Mr. and Mn. L. C. Klckllter HU A'NE H'S'A I I1
Orace Maurer, Mrs.Salem Marsh son-in-law and daughter, Mr. left Saturday for Salt Springs.!
Members made plan to order a
Q Hammond electric for the and Mrs. Mlnora Knapp. and Mrs John L'Heureux,in Augusta : -1
o organ The next meeting will be an- ,XJa. for two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs Phil Max
nglo n church. Present were Mrs Rol-
ng N
other covered-dish luncheon at 0-
and Mlnnehan, Mrs fj. M. Walker well and family attended ,the
noon July 15. All member are Mrs. Charles Roberts and Mrs.C. Baptist association meeting in
Mn W. C. Armor Hn. Herb-
urged to eome and their E. Roberta who have been the
ert Sudhoff Mrs Harriet H4n. Key West Thursday and Friday., -
Mr*. Herbert Dugan, Mrs M. O. husbands. rnests of Mr. and Mn Harris -0- AR YOU RED? i
Uttman, Mrs Ted Hut, Mrs.p : Lowery returned to Atlanta Mrs. A. T. Hogarth Is Visiting
REING< John M. Law Jr,. Mrs Ruby DANCE FEATURESHOLIDAY Sunday. They were accompaniedby her son and daughter-in-law, !
o Brown and Mrs. C. A. Camel EVENTS Lowery and her and Mrs.David.Glen DeBer- Mr. and Mrs. U A. Hogarth, In RAY O D. ITHCO ,
Featuring the holiday here ry son West Palm Beach.
was the Jaycee dance at the Log -0- e I III
Mr. and Mrs. David Alison '
Mn. a Colvllle of the France
Mrs. E. J.Smith, SM Alamanda Cabin Saturday night. who have been the houseguestsof TRUCTIOrBUILDINGf
Music furnished Art Smith left last week tot a summer vacation -
Way, was hostess for the Ace by
Mr. and Mrs WlUaford Ran-
llEACH 9 and his five-piece orchestra from In New York and Can- '
JENSEN High Bridge Club Saturday af-
som Leach,left Thursday for At- ada. '
ternoon. High score winner were Sebastian was enjoyed by ap lanta. From there the Alison .... _, i ALTE IONS i I
Mr Web Ordway and Mrs. Earl proximate! 229 couples. Financial -
will go to Hollywood Calif* Mr. and Mn. J. F. Bozone had 1
data of the dance has not I i
Rlcou. Others playing were Mr .
BEAU Y SALONS Evans Crary, Mrs; L. E.! Ashley, been completed )put the Jaycees home.where 'they will make their as their guests last week his i MAINTfiffANCE RS !
brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Mn. R. B.McPherson,Mrs Roger netted about$25,It. was reported. 0-
"and Mn. Coleman
spicer and Mr*. L, A. Arbogast Mrs. J S. Barber and children, : Danzey '
PICNIC HELD ATCLUBThe Cleveland. The Danseys were P. O. BSTUD FLA.
unde th nentol Billy, Beverly and Jerry,of Bainbridge enroute to Homestead to visit :
., LORENZOS GO NORTH Martin County Golf and Ga., are visiting Mr. and Danzey's mother. ,
Mrs. Louis J. Loren and Country Club celebrated the Mn. W, D. Barber for two weeks. I
ETHELFormerly IINSONfcoett p daughters, Sally and Jean of holiday with a picnic Monday -'
Red Fox Den Port Bewail recently evening. Seventy-five members Joe courao1 who: Is attending
of the Ma in Fort Pierce returned by rail to their and guests were present Game summer school at Stetson University '
summer home In Connecticut. were played. spent the holidays with I Sale ; i !
BeachNOfcltE Quick j
Phone 72 M P. O.\ Jenten Mr. Lorenso and son John, have his parents, Mr. and Mn. A. C. .

o ooo a ooo reopened their summer,business' COURSON ELECTED Courson, Eldorado Heights.BARTLETT Rental
at Sandy Hook Conn. I It
Joseph W. Courson, son of Mr. ,
FOGTS HAVE SON and Mrs.A.C. Courson of Stuart '[
Dr. and Mn. C. M. Yogi, 307 has been elected secretary of PI Moving New Dehon Building .
Seminole Are., announce the Kappa Phi social fraternity for .
birth of an 8-lb. ll-o. boy Daniel the summer quarter at Stetson t
Alan born Monday at Martin University DeLand. Courson Is
County Hospital. a Junior at the university. WILL BE
CLUB MEETS THURSDAYThe Mr. and Mrs tart B. Dugan
Dutch Treat Bridge Club returned Friday from a two- I'k
The Equalizajfm BoVrd If the City of met Thursday afternoon In the month vacation In Belvedere, N. I""
J lobby of the Civic Center. High I. where they went the guests I j5? ; DRESSES ,
Stuart will me JMondaV Jfly 12, at 10 core winners were Mrs Paul of their daughter and son-in- Nom'NORGE
Hoenshel and Mrs Lee Older- law, Mr. and Mr*. Edward W. "

.. m., at the dm hall at whit time the shaw Roemmelt. -e- EWCED TO, CLEAR 4 PRICE GROUPS ,

Bill Armor, Jr, of Mr and :
1 be
city assMtment roll Celebrating the holiday with Mr*. W, C. Armor of Eldorado totor'er

nutted for apjjoval. Per dn s >Vth objections a fish Mr.try and Monday Mrs. Clarence afternoonwere Hall Height and Is stationed, anllited at in Camp the Jackson Army ':: I

and family,Carl,David and Rob- Columbia, 8, C. Armor who $1-750 $. $
to any Msesiments and th\ correction ert Button Mr. and Mra. H. L. Is a graduate of Martin County $650 I[ 8" ,10 I' ;

Beyer Mrs,W.C.DIal and family High School, Is a member of the IsIN NCrested
they Wiire should appearXbefore and Mr.and Mn Frank Button Presbyterian Church and played Yslle
with the veterans football and she Bel

the board dfthit time. HAVE DAUGHTER the SaiUahers' baseball-. teams Crepes, and SunBacks. Summer Cottons Sheers :
Mr. and Mrs. William V. King, Miss Ana Pittman, who is BS. Sizes up to 42 -Half Sizes included. I ;
Detroit Ave, announcethe working In Miami for a fewweeks
V birth of a daughter Ltllle, spent the week end with 317 Osceola Ave.h. 209 '
City Auditor her Mr. and Mrs, A. O. I'
born Saturday\. and weighing $. parents SUNflteR TOPPERS BATHING SUITS ,
California Ave.
!Ib. 7 os. ._ } J,

: CONTAaaoying ; L $ : 20% off ;' .. ,

WATRHard disease-carrying hjBtthold insects with !
or :

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Quick killer of Roachjf Ants,, flies Mosquitoes<< $1 29 0 % off I'I ',\ It
For Expert Advice Consu Sandflies, Moths SnJtJK* and many other insects. I

Safe Effective, StaJsjjUa*, pleasing fruity odor. ,

D. F. KEITHPORT Pint 57c Jfuart 97c Gallon $2.97 Shop Early for These. Excellent e. : .. = .


II Sol.t by f art Feed Store, Stuart. Jensen Hardware The '1,

IT 'COAST WATER CONDITION Co. -Bea>It D Beach, and Ocean B......" Camp, Jensen ?. Style' Shop : 'r : ,

IT., PHONE ,,832-W' l Satisfaction Guaranteed ,r money refunded. 243 OSCEOLA AVE.. P '381 4,.''H.f'. f? .,1 4x '



$\ ,' (Fort Pierce Newt-Tribune)
'' '..1 I t tl ." DOPfVtlIAUt'O t! IN HIS acceptance speech before OClO 0_'

Published every Thundajr at { \', the Republican national convention
I. Stuart, Martin County nprlda! Thursday
I. e by Stuart Dally Newt, Inc, a S S ;t night Governor In Philadelphia Thom E. Dewey, By C. F MutNmcE, M.D,
Florida corporation When 1 was boy we lived In southern
o a 13f 'tJ ., \ COP presidential nominee strewed Indians 011 '
fACt matter Entered at a*the second-cuus poet office mall at THfitE3 NOTHI OJ i pU fAtlfT!$jj&STUART the need of national unity, most the Ohio Wver, I region rich In wild flowers, ahrabi and ;4

I .:" Stuart Florida under the Acte llKEAVACA7 Od F1loJl. y I IONCEIN of We all spiritual have found unity the meant,I kinds. I CIUI remembe white oak logs, six and seven few{ 1IJ

CUD Of March .. 1871. being floated down the river to my father sawmill and
A FREE PRESS IlPirtll'lIY said he, "to blow our world,, phy ; pa
35 YEARS OF SERVICE 'A uNIL7} : ( sically, apart. Spiritually, we have of virgin timber-oak. walnut pine, gum l and many other

p Ad and to find the mean to put together remaining lath* neighborhood of our home. 1
4 D."llf N.w yet frequently...
m .1
/ :r.ai:: .... .: = !!
r1.' tk the world broken pieces with'my father through these woods and ha would
spaaPalm .
PEOPLE t iw rvelaed ) A.rtl u.Lrl
l y',, A FREE and: d,. ( : M Mwn>, M4 ; to bind up its wounds to make a to theM things and tell me! the names and peculiaritm sly
I < wbkk. Tie 'nmm ".. _i>ll witwlacill, ftj / I. HIT, n gtrarl pale Mmvu good society, a community of the trees, the special uses of the wood. I
C rw.w. OctoMr S. nns.1 lu wwkIr of good will that fits our drums never forgot
d kaAJ",1 w W tloi su, .+tyirises / }i I ".110 Fieri** DM.!OW. % have advised noble plant year a young teacher el* s
3 u 1a for a new world. Without a new Western college i laugh botany along with geology te

NATIO EDITORIAL spirit our noblest plans will come man and many other lubjects. On Sundays and,on field !, ,
+ 1w to nothing We pray that, In the the week I trip
tramped over.many square<< miles of eastern
m 05)) days ahead, a full measure of that Kawj O
w a.. be .* Ing classifying specimens for my claw and for my ours ,
spirit may
Then I went to stUdy medicine and
I .rw A..el.t.i ,,,n l fa wtltwd. warlr. .1' .. tls w rw rw.bIl..tl..r.'a.. TRULY without any referenceto my practice 1 had aIJ] the more reason for contliiuli .J
"'; tool w.9nnaN 'I" till u ,wMr. u nU M all APLD1M raw Wp.tear.. which g my
.the political letting in Since it wa now my dally routine to an tick people and
; A. HEh'NlNGtRll.MST ;; "...._._..._........-.--110'_ the governors remark were uttered lie from and nITer( ties.
3f ,; ) : r LYONS ............. ..." .... .. ... ....__.... .,.._......_.........,..Iditr he t ( suffering dying like aU doctor whose doily na t\\
EDWIN A MINNINOER. II. """." ........ ... _...""'_ .._........Cltr coda t spoke a great poignantnuth. to do these things I frequently reflected during tj I
f Irk a'I, WILLIAM" R HITCHEU .., ..,_. ......,,....... _..,.,....__.....,...Ad.-G.Lr II..... Truly the world' today it my long ith."-
JOHN V. IlENNIMCER ... .. .. .. ..................._...._............"......1_ r..... perhaps never before needs a new house to house about the nature of lift and death and y J
-- appraisal of spiritual values, of disease. The contrast of the floral world teemed! very sharp slid) -H

11 n7 1 lI.n, ODI *,e.e. SUBSCRIPTION., .,... .. ..ILOT.RATES". TTh ......... .._.... ..._...m...... spiritual Virtues' W* need to banish Ing. I would ,come: home from my rounds ormylonglountttl!La!!j
t the hatred of tired physically and and
l .. .... .. _.... man again man very sometimes very
tin ..rU.I.. ro'" kpn.a w a...11ta.1oL TIll wt i tht rtoklntilW Since I
( .. .._ ob..eww.bn..dn..t nation against nation, race againstrace no longer had much time to drive out into the
.e woods,
A_'.M4. Pfu It l aul.. .. u tin ... ran r.TuVll..'llo.. ., (II a.nUIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIIIIIEDITOR'SIIIIEIIIIIIIIYIIIICHAIRIII We need to realize that/ inevery great relief In turning the backyard of our home Into a flow,I

4 human heart there are the I recalled how much my mother and father had loved! their

O Innate qualities of the, Maker, of renewed my botany I acquired quite I a variety of E'unusual .I
us all; that spiritually we are all perennials

iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiin iiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii brothers, each entitled to hit share But, In the meantime, my wife and I had raised another j
of brotherly love and consideration had three healthy ion. Baseball teemed
young to be iZJ
\ +' } A human being who drank water in proportion to a of lies necessities, of its hopes and than horticulture for the backyard M I m jZjjl
again it
gave tip and )
robin would require five gallons a day.'COOD'EXERCISE aspirations; that at the end of the of my garden to Christ Hospital where tome of It ttifi remaitTL t

last trail we must each of us alone found J couldn't get along Without my hobby I had become 1

FOR USERS OF TYPEWRITERSA stand before the Great Judge of Interested In Irises and peonies about 1900, and so when in ofMo wry SIll

standard test for typewntiats is: "Now is the time all mankind-alone with nothing to presented Itself I got bold of t few vacant lots and began fillq

for all good men and true to come to the aid of their party.*' expiate our human failures and up with FOWl of these flowen. After a while these lots too bacI ill i

For learning the location of the keys there is nothing 1 follies but whatever of spiritual given up.. one of my toni built hit home where my flowen lade y k
virtues we may have accumulated And !then I made what wu for
me the best
like using some sentence which has all the letters of the during this our short of life move of all; I went" hi
and that the
-- country wu beginning of Oakwood
,........ Peony Farm wU' .
alphabet such as The quick brown fox jumps over the -- have/ lived ever since, We have hundreds of
Varieties of
lazy dog," or "Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs. "IN THE' GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME"By POOR MANr.iA and irises, and many other flowers betide, Many visitors boA one MB kit

l1 l1I There are many other sentences which contain all the man',1ifd'1s full of crosses and them and this always pleases me because flowers. In general

letters of the alphabet. We reprint some of them taken CAN FLAG world temptations without hit He content comet and Into the peonies,, In particular, seem to /have an almost human quality ia m*

from the Western Newspaper Union's Publishers' Auxiliary All you do ... to sweat and stew in Stuart,* Whether Stuart's summer comfort Is peculiarly out against his will, and the trip goes fa Peonies are 'Very healthy flowery; they have no aches and u
of many years ago We found !it recently when we You can't kid me with your Chamber of Commerce local.I don't !know I know from personal experience exceedingly rocky. they comfort make no outcry, and there Ire no anxious and troubled tat''
: .'started to clean up a desk which had. acted as a catch-all ballyhoo, 'On the banks of the beautiful St. Lucie the last two months if you stay out of the tun The rule of the contraries lea- m love with They them Just. grow have bloom That is why I fell more and M
They helped to
i for where summer is so cool] and Juicy Hi the bunk lures the trip. When he It little keep my fmobooil
years writes a f fishin*pal from the north shore of cold Lake find yourself a spot in the shade i', expose :your the big girls kin him, intellectual equilibrium. Crowing peonies has also helped ,me to soil
i .' f endeavored the Superior. skin to southeast trade winds don't work too hard When he Is big the tittle girls an inborn curiosity to watch things grow, become differentiated,sal
la punk < by quickly jumping foneard.Menu f
eNpy; /
Ire cool u the proverbial cucumber kin him: ply There fa gratification of the tense of sight In color and
tp'rd' boxes wen marked and deftly packed with goeft/ and The guy ribs\ me further,'While ,, you ark
II fuzzy qulUt/ blazing tub-tropic sun charcoal, The St.' Lucie River drains an enormous territory If he it poor he It a bad manager combinations, of the tense!!)pf smell In performer and odon, and of b
"'t of supplied by deep Millions If he .is rich he k dishonest, inner aesthetic tense of beauty and charm, that has, I believe eats
The Zulu while of 11. best swamps springs.
foxy quiifrej drinking warm cups Java (for five long months in better
,;.t toffet/ you of gallons of this cool: water practically surround If he needi credit he can't get it physician of me My whole nature was improved I, my horn

King Alexander! was f lust partly overcome after quizzing/ Diogenetin / nitet up here No iti tine ever now drops two- Stuart and past daily on to the,ocean tome 8 mil es If[ he is prosperous tweI'OII8"Wanb Widened vocation., and my appreciation Increased in a way that (aided ox In!
in ill tub III' away: The water never grows stagnant It Is always to do him favor.
of in ale
I pearl prespiratfon good
'., 'r Xanthippe, flu IHof/ Socratet/ ffffrnt him with being very! queer. summertime. Can degrees cooler than ocean water. The river route If he .b in politic it fa for graft. ..Jt" b a real gamble to attempt to produce the plant lakedepts'
'' you say It funnel which trade winds tuck If he to not in politic he /fa tiny felestlooling.L( It fa tile
; awkward and I lazy.'t I for Florida a huge through are no.good tomething creating out of m
*'' The keeper, White, just managed to see a convict quickly fix tht' And'therebyhangr; weather ed barn, the Culf Stream.' Passing over river water for the country Ing nothingness a living thing of beauty thgenkmt I yet staple. U!
l n buzz-saw. a the trade winds are cooled ... .'air-conditioned: to almost If be gives to charity it b for plant must be Coddled shielded and protected like an infant until Ik
tale I've been writing northern water show If he does not he to a stingycuss. adjusted f Itself to Its surroundings and responded Head
A firm quiring ufitet the excited, jealout and overworked bodyguard doubting Thomases about Stuart summer air con temperature. by making ;t
'l Three factors which engineers use establish crease in size and vigor:. One never! knows. the final answer,bona
ditioning. Al surprising to me u it is to.Tanks If he
lust after many queer discoveries the explorer was frozen In his north who no doubt call me an 18 hart .. air conditioning for hotel, factories, hospitals and office hypocrite fa actively If he takes religious he fa a until it bunts into bloom.

I Hg kayak. For 20 years I've lived In Florida East buildings arei( proper humidity, correct temperature ( in religion he b hardened no Interest This is particularly to In the growing of peonies from tad.tifa.&
? The }famous tylographer quickly male a very neat jewel box .' coast, west. coast, all around the State Certainly it's and air circulation over water or by artificial If 1 he rives a affection he tinner five per cent of peony seeds planted produce only gle-Uwod

}1 y I Tllly nun caused /fragment of black pint wax' to oozt on the,. spanking hot in summer However, rye never heard chilling softie., If lie( caret for no one he Is to a f flowers, perhaps thirteen per cent are lend-double. and only .Mcent ys|

nlvet: quilt of anyone dying from tin heat> A w ek ago city :Stuart appears to enjoy n3. tliree of these factors cold blooded, produce a rosy peony (often not that many.l J Nrmthek*, .w,
'''M r The lay qll'l'1who' expected; to. win by working very, little, slickers were dropping over like ten-pint on the sidewalks normally, perhaps direct from heaven. At any If he diet young there the tingle blossoms are dear to ones heart, and it tales !much trans,
; ;, ;/fOOled her fingers' all have do was a and austerity to destroy any of then. full double bin
of NewtYork During mid-August Ive worn rate, you( to to keep reasonably comfortable great future for him.:'' If he lives to Every peony
1 : \'fry, happy boy frequently. make one txtreraety weary, and dizzy two pair of long drawers in Duluth, Minn. The next In summer Is ,to slip into slpw speed t slip an old age he missed his aging was grown originally from a teed, and! for its lake himdredi of A

f "' I j,t', Inj! dancing/ a fig' day I've suffered -more from heat than I ever did into the shade .,* slip Into shorts ,4 flip into If he saves he fa a grouch.If peony plants have been produced, fudged, found wanting/ and dm
'. The exquisite/ painting war ruined by a flavorout, sticky /juice deep in- the heart of the Sahara southeast trade wind circulation ..,1. and let the.airt'Onditioned he spends it money he to a loafer.IfhegeUttheiagrafter into' the trash pile. It It really not often that t grand prize >fc>ese mof
I i''f : named "benzoin Spittin" distance from Lake Superior, my wife breeze slip around you" ,, Ifhe the billions of seeds planted by Brand and Son, for example IM b

j ':, With a qualm, the folly firfa mate expected tong about tin and 1 Went underground for a week last summer. Sure we have doldrums in Stuart when winds doesn't he I a bum a hundred have" Yt'OI\\, renown and aoclaim. Mrs. Sara Pleas,, of W

'C''"' griz.l" liking' We snuggled close to running spring water in the are flat but, not for long periods. The summer salon So what the use? Life to land, Indiana,,, spent a life-time planting peony seeds, and yet to*

:I Six facelint thrown by .tin ravage whizzed forty facet beyond cellar of our cabin to keep Cool For three weeks we due to ib length, grows a bit monotonous.So just one" darn thing after another. only one peony which rate ninety points (out of a possible bison

I '. ,', the required mark. were pan fried .? deep fried charred to a crisp it sitting on t mountain top in August snowball- However, that one b a more enduring monument to l her thai rot i
II II I ,}II The weak patient hazily recollected fixing the bouquet of famine In the Land-O-LaVes. Whewt Wave never experienced ing with your neighbor, if you sit there too long COMPLETE INFORMATION granite or bronze,, Every peony connoisseur has "Pleas Jubik/i

I I '," lie received anything like It. (Could! I have piped water But for summer comfort .< day in and day out ,'. The junior member of a h of collection and it will always be one of hit treasures. .
I :Id' "} ,4 weu.bred physician/ .mixed a queer fizzing beverage for his washed trade winds air conditioned by the St. the banks of the beautiful St Lucie are U well air- lawyen went several hundred null,. The field of activities in horticulture practically limltlc *

f nui/Mu' / to dnnk/ Lucie River into the Twin Cities, Minneapolisand conditioned at a normal person requires. That's to consult client When be arrived tide the commonplace garden in its Various formal and informal,.
I,, I ":: The ]public was amazed to view the quickness and dexterity of St. Paul, I could,have sold 'em for a King's ransom only one mans opinion. It t my good old summertime he found he had unaccountably i terns, the rock gardens wall gardens, herb gardens, and wator fuH

r"" the juggler Imagine the slogan ,:"Florida Summer Trade story to friends now sweltering in northern forgotten the client name. He have many devotees Nor is horticulture a _season hobby; claw
I ', s The wicked peon quivered. then gazed hatefully/ at tht/ fudge who Winds Now Temper Torrid Northern,Heat" summer heat. telegraphed ,,"WTiat to always something to be'done. A horticulturist grows constant Jter
examined him. our client' same weather conscious' and learnt to pay attention to meteorological! <*

I { t ',. Very careful/ and exact knowledge should be emphasized in ad 263 NEW SUBSCRIBERSThe NOW SHE NOWS The answer came; jones, Joseph vations. and naturally,'spring fa hit favorite season But even; (es w*
,, P H, f J. i fudging a quadrant H Yours fa Kent T evening, driven to the. fireside natures rrtaet
e d News is proud to announce(' that we have added .old story; A.woman who was. Jasper : by the ferocity of
I' 263 new subscribers to since first Voice Writing.It forces, one can while away the'hours\ looking over the wonderful/
/ our rolls our ABC audit asked the the
by new curate what
:r 1 One of the first things impressed the "cub" turet in *
on reporter Sept 30,1947., i the plant Catalogs and dream of the marvelous f1 wen lie
f ; by the editor of the local paper was the awful consequences At that time our net paid'circulation was 1423., On thought of hit ''sermon replied; fa not' enough to help the be able to produce next summer Hop never diet ire tla W"" p F

;'"}J I y I "I Of making founded statements. Then he was sent to the second ABC audit which was taken six months lateron "Very good, Indeed, sir; to instructive feeble, up, but to support him afterShakespeare, dines heart '

report a church bazaar" March 31, 1948, the net paid' ,figure had climbed to In fact,we didn't know what Some twenty or more years ago Dr. W. Scott \Varthln, patWf|
"The bazaar he "was it is said
wrote opened ( )
sin really war until you came here of the University of Michigan Medical School and editor of I W""(
by Mrs. Jones, the wife of Councilor Jones, rommonlYlup. 1,686Net In giving a man receives more
medical *
paid circulation covers only those (journal thocked his reader In his prosaic
posed to be a more or less highly esteemed tradesman of newspapers mud than he gives, and the more to In by including
which are sold for ,cash on the barrelhead. It does not Thought be made better, fto periodical an editorial by him on the thrill of growing pto*tl" tB I
,''. this town. She was dressed in what some would describe include any complimentary copies, samples, or those extra and human life more fruitful, for porportion to the worth of the thegig rock garden But he wu never more wise'or more tcientific Ili"d

f 55 t ','j I as fashionable attire, and was supported on the platform copies which are printed to send proofs to the advertisers the divine energy to move' It onward of tclentutt have chosen horticulture M a hobby and we the U'**
I by the so-called vicar and other reputed ladies and gentlemen George MacDonaldHe
." For instance, our actual printing on a representative day and upward. it-and if they are doctor, their patients are better for it, too. .

I', I"" e Thursday March 18, 1948 was 2,160 copies' Mary Baker\ Eddy I who b Ifrald.of being too
On the accepted weekly !"readership" of WE NEED
newspaper A
'i;\ It is literally true that have made fortunes truly generous has lost the power of being SWIMMING POOL,
some men
What and
3 to 1, your advert sing! message} jn the News'is read by we earnestly
l' .) out of the pennies of'others writes William Feather but 4,958 persons National advertising agencies all agree that aspire to be, that in tome tense we magnanimous. The best manor Stuart 'Jaycees' are considering a plan to spools I

it is doubtful anybody ever m.ajla a fortune out of his own the weekly, which goes preponderantly to the homes of a are.The mere aspiration,by changing woman fa the most unselfed.! public swimming: pool at Stuart. .
'"' 1!,''.",'f- pennies. "Take care of the pennies and the dollars will community is scanned from cover to cover and ia far the frame of the mind,for the ,- Mary Bake} Eddy While the idea Is'In Its Initial or "dream stags *

", I take care of themselves" is a foolish saying better read than the usual metropolitan paper Why moment realize Itself Give, and it shall be. has a long way to, to before even the costs of such i
I') If all the people of a city of 1,000,000 would some day Well, one reason is that the readers know those persons Anna Jameson you; good measure, pressed given down onto j ject will be known, It la a step- down the right road and i> ,
rf 11 give me their loose pennies I would have $30,000; provided who figure in the weekly's'news columns. Many soldiers and shaken and News here and )now gives It our endorsement
.I IS, l'I f I the average gift was 3 cents. Presumably no one would in foreign service during the war' wrote back thai .The Language ;; the armory of,the over together, running A municipal swimming-pool: would be a great I *".
1 ", ,,9 miss the pennies either at the moment, at the end of the Stuart News was "Jike 1 a letter from home!' human mind, and at once. contain Luk. CI:38 for Stuart and Jlartln County -4f for nothing more \\hi" !"

I" year, or at the end of his life, I would have a nice bankroll. We thank all those who have subscribed to The News ,the trophies of its past and ----- : bandyrplace to teach; youngsters to swim. '

l "},) The meaning of this is that penny-thrift ia a delusion, du/ing the past six months and pledge ourselves to try to the weapon!of Its future conquests. By continually looking upwards,, ';But on top'of that it wQuld te a great touristYoy : JJ

'\, I I make this a better paper each week so that we may : S. T. Coleridge our miniii will themselves grow upwards. can't,swim( In the St. Lucie iRiver. Tough as It !
owning; have at least 200 more bona fide new subscribers when .... take our once clear and beautiful rivet has been poll "
a on a gallon of gasoline. If the penny means anything the next ABC audit rolls around in September 1948. The UOI1.by to few peopleare Dr Arnold We te fouled our own nest t b>r dumping an Inc *
j to such a man, he ought to discontinue owning an agreeable in\fonvenation it The man who does not look amount of sewage into the stream. State Health ]OT.
i auto. Then h's saving would be appreciable. A FEW RUIN IT FOR MANY / that each k thinking more about all look down, and the spirit which,up ment surveys ahow the St. Lode to b* polluted. Cress
This battle between cents and dollars is at the root of A few careless people who have deliberately: left fish what be intend to say than about does not dare to war /destined river off, The ocean it 5 miles off even in a bee lint- '.
one of America's dilemmas. Nearly every family is farr to rot at St. Lucie East Lock have caused all the fisher what others are laying and we to grovel Our tourist visitors deserve a place to swim. P J

r' over its financial depth as a consequence of one enormous men to be chased off, never listen when! we are eager to ... Lord Beaconsfleld Street Park would be the Id.allpot for location of tud y
4 extravagance In the lower income brackets it U usuallyan 'A careless camper In the Kltch'ng' Creek area who set speak, municipal pool If it results In the life on ODe
auto in the brackets fire'to the woods is the of "Posted" and "No Francois La Rochefoucauld; From the lowest savtaf ,
; upper it may be a big house In cause Tres depths there fa through establishment of swimming classes it will be
r t both instances the upkeep and installment payments drain pass" signs being planned for the 'area. number a path to the loftiest height. whatever it coats. ..'
y : off so much of the income that no money Is left for trifling The many pay for the carelessness; and heedlessness So teach at to our days Carlyle Bark up the Jaycees this idea. .'
that hearts
I lr extravagances of .the few we may.pply our. "unto -- _

Dinner downtown first-run movies books, candy and Because vacation grounds are scarce It b to be hoped wisdom Creafly begin! Though thou. have Th. hltb.tt of character Is hU. wh !le rs** I
l that the lock will again be. to fishermen and that -Psalm. 90;12 t ttntMl ar
flowers are shunned because the budget can't accommo- open ...&. to pardon the moral mankind a if tee si l
bream fishermen can aga'n' Into the Kltching Creek But for a line. be that i errors J
date them. Often the house is so big that the budget won't go pu as.wry day eauteommltting
human feels guilty H,. and
siiud" pleasure m hbnaolf M
Every ,
accommodate adequate heat or lightlI4 area-but each must remember that on )his personal responsibility Not failure,but low aim h crime
r E.A.M. depends the future pleasure of everyone) else, In doing good to another. James >Russell> Lowell a fault. as If t>. .aim_forgave OIy.-
t f Tbom"Jeff.- Plla1 <
d; k

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1 1j 14.11 Mlv.a.wbloh Y Ma.n. sll, Re..eoklag C. Notes of Interest Week's LegalInstruments T'TWM TF+ wbumn On.. t* to Tin Tk4 r.bb F.bIM. pendent on Northern mill for t I 1, '
j fat UI Men To Veterans aiess,L.s. Oroe.rr b TI, P.bua the paper on which they print, i

u p ger any a1M V Jta Joseph & Gall/* Ebners Consider Florida lr vpesc1AL 1a a w WASRANaa Hun Seam ,, may now get a part of their supple '
NU t .YP Clad tt vCo"**** Office Muvp .8)11 05 M OM OM.. i I ".
office of H. from new processing plants
Less -Lowery' Jr West Palm Beach "
f:so a.m.-4 pjn. Monday 71 j comeau Bldg Best as Summer Resort I.' er DsemsOeCl MOST Isabel C N CERTIF..Its t. aslit. putt. rat irttTexas and Alabama. : I I

w./11./ tai H.M ,
, LO ItDERtJ OFOSE Hospital care la becoming an/ 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII on which the loan must be paid.' By MBS. VITA C. BOAT I E,, w r.r..s. w t. wu1 W. t. L..l.ea.aWTGAGS silos.N th.sel. r... Ana a. t/RTGAGEOae..hob. .. Ir..w.5ATISPACTIO WE UY- ink, I' t l

d Increasing concern to veterans I days stay In Tallahassee where .. Cb..t7 t. Elms S's.MINaAs. .
LODGE s.sae Art M. ter t. Pn..tw, wrecke carsf '
j who often Inquire about It and VeUran> Administration will Mr. and Mrs H. T Ebner of they will visit their ion, iHarry, r.. EIGHT ROYALTY scrap. ,I i \
WDNeSDAYsM other guarantee one half but not Eldred, home tram month Carl Bld1. M ,4 ass, hr
Lt r MONT veteran benefit Answers more a student In the University En- 0.1 CQ.oWp ..i. s, saeuOM' tl.bad e.ab a so lashPo copper an s,
.. Host.a to question frequently asked are than M 000 of your home loan :U vacation motor trip put special\ route they will pick up Miss Emily 4w5 ATTOaat.t. -'. ,,1 j jI'
a P AL NI i5IWAY referred to the Veteran Administration It Is to be amortized In 29 yearsor emphasis Florida* a sum-: Strewn in Orlando who will make .. ( ste. yarsr4 s. sue. a. snub O.-n N s.S SISAUTO'P
and published with authentic less the trip with them. I..oaa 9./lb/ is Lwt P dav .CHmm RTS .
mer resort "It the beat (
stating, s sr..ea.tr u..ae .a
answers in this column I Mr. and Mrs John Donal Ensey: Inn. a A..eWtbst douse Wak d etu.A Wt ...r ) '
by The Stuart News as a tea-girdled summer resort we of Walton, whose wedding was a !,
service Q.-tt an insured veteran be- I wr tt Lit' u N An.u H. South Dixi hway
. to our veterans. have found. A* such It should June event and whose gifts included a. As Ja't as the 1890s, persons
Q--I was Injured after I was comes mentally incompetent, can have more publicity It was ho I an acreage in Tropic, w TvT. who affected long fingernails Fo I'
ALS discharged from the Army May premiums tin his national service every place we went W* were have gone to that place to spenda T, O.sb M as.. is. Curl H. Poet were thought to use them u P d129 f
I get out-patient for the Injury!? life Insurance policy be paid by glad to get back and get the number of weeks with Ensey's!: ALL. stwra Os t r to Is. IShca shield against doing any work --- -7 '. I '
A.-No. Veterans with non- another person? : cooling breeze from this grand grandmother Mrs George rEnsey H.Mn, s, W.. o a.. ,T. M.. J'
K T. D..l
service connected disabilities may A.-Yes. Premium NSLI old Indian RIver.* while the fanh is being ? Jt, IN. As.C.dw H ll5.wUII. li.pF :' ,
TEropertie not receive out-patient treat- on On the trip they stopped t few prepared "planting The En- b, W .t Hone. RV O3l; >LgraaF1LOMGi1PYtR ,
ment from Veterans Administration can be paid by any' person on days in San Antonio visited Mr. seys will be Joined there next a. war Rnd .o.. h, at as t. yr.d.eisk LfE1Ma y ? 1,1 1,1jf
behalf of the Insured veteran,I and Mrs. Loula Hubbella in Houston week by Fred Mattox. Florida C ''ETEEEY'SLOT
but care should always be take who are winter visitor here. University law student, and fiance 5.5 Jo furl.. 1EED IT'S t11i110GOnaa
all kind.Cal. Q.-I have filed a claim for to identify the Insured veteran! Viewed historical sites in New of Miss Katherine Ensey: QUITCLAIMS lit iI OANfit/ lA N ore So Than Risking 1 1uEACM i'
service-connected and each, payment properly Orleans and at Ocean View, Va, who will lend assistance whileon E., Rand: w Ckriu i. BM41
.. although I did sustain minor were house guests of Ebner dater vacation from the university Mm PAR aw to Bob 8M.4 CompanRELEA3I p4f a nM t51UMPS// Your New Home By I II

saI wounds in combat. Am I eligible Veterans Administration today Mrs. E. J. Leach who has Mr and Mrs. C, H. Gardner ewtb.re BUtai tud OF sod MORTGAGE Ttabw COT Inadequate or I, ,
for a 10-polnt Civil Service Issued instruction to eliminate been among the winter contingent have returned from a visit in e.r.ti.. to LL and 51,00556.wa.e.
tata 'n.urd here. They motored to Miami to their Walton home. r
' preference? : avocatlonal and recreational Unsaf Wiring
AYe A veteran who does courses under the OI Bill The Hammond, La., for'a chat with Attending the official visit of eN n c'i /
not have a compensate disability instruction are based on restrictions Mrs W H. Brent, sister of Mrs. OES Grand Matron Mrs. Elisabeth serious Illness of her son
may secure Civil Service preference contained in Public J. A. Oatlln of Eldred and a fre- Penn and the banquet held Saturday morning saw Don J. EE us ;r !,l
he submits proof that Law (the Supplemental Independent quent guest in the Gatlin home in her honor In Masonic Templeat Romanello enroute to Port Chester FfSR RANTEEDWlfctNG
app he : awarded the Purple I Offices ApproPriation then on to Charleston, 8. C. Vero BeacR were Mr. and Mrs N. Y. for a vacation visit F
Heart Act of ms) of the 80th Congress their old home town. R. V. Ankeny of Ankona with his and Mrs. Romanello's i
as e which provided VAs appropriation i Cmdr and Mrs Alfred Bmld Mr. and Mrs Ruben,T, John- parents .
ealtorp.p. Q-I have a OX 'home loan, for fiscal year'1MB of Memphis and Venetian Islands son have returned to Walton Mrs. Sidney Kline and daughter .
which, according to the present "The law specifies that no partof Miami have taken Red- from a visit to their' former Nancy, who have been the
tiI ad. B dg.Pho contract, has to be paid In 20 the appropriation may be wood cottage at Edenlawn for I hometown. Wauchula and to guests of her parents, Mr and
19 years Is it possible to have this used to pay for any courses rest from all social activities. Frostproof where they have grove Mrs. John F L. Eddy, In Walton ELECTRICCONTRACTING'APPLIANCES I
loan extended to 2} years? started after June 30. 1948 which Mr. and Mrs Victor Conklln interests have returned to their home in iq I'
I Mrs. Walter Von Fosson of An- New York
A.-Your lender Is the only the administrator of veterans at with homes in Edenlawn, California City.
b person who can extend the date Fairs determines to be avoca- and Baukcentre Minn. kona left by plane from Vero The Rev Richard M. Fenton
dJII tlonal or recreational: V 8. have returned to the latter place Beach Saturday for Canton, of Stuart was a caller on the
Ohio where she was called by Drive Friday_afternoon .
Parker VA Miami regional man- for a couple of month stay before ..1
add returning here for the WIn-
I agNS; : irtCt1n1 proviso further 1 ter season. 1/1/ "'1 "
Rom where I sit J1'Joe MWill's l stipulate that flight training Robert McCue of Chicago, student -

and related aviation courses a at Rollins College and
veteran may take in connectionwith nephew of Arthur Phllllpi of Ed- .
k his present or contemplated enlawn, was upon return home
Hospjtolity business or occupation shall from college preiented with a .
a not be considered avocatlonal or new airplane from his parentsand S
e Isn't "Cracked" recreational in character. Vet- is this summer flying passengers i

a a courses erans presently affected by enrolled the new In law all .to Alaska McCue for 1* summer well-known vacations be sure you get the m est !

grs.iAa]sins D f Will's living turn aotsn't will be permitted to complete along the Drive from his fre- il.
seal I* give hi* .E llk.It did a year sgo-hut It's their training, Parker announced. quent visit to Edenlawn and at ,
Witham Field In StuartMr
C it*ttm look"-pluM41llr a la the Mil TiT.bl. UtiaE .
and Mrs R. H. Escott of
t Mush the WMwr| I kJMwt A place yee wn
a plaster the will. ways drop la for good talk, good i BUILDING PERMITS Eden were Sunday visitor of Mr.
aids warm w.lo me.hore GIVEN BY CITY IN JUNE and Mrs. Edward Bunterlack In ,
Imy time Will r& out Tropical Farm '
to start nillpfln tb* ro I sit,so long u Win and efore buyS ,
ray erfMjhbor building with After a visit in Harrisburg you
Eight permit a '
itoppra by to ft that atmesphen of hospiulellowihlp Reading, Pa, Earl Kane and Mrs.ffellle ,
1L total valuation of $08700 were .
ity ahead ofthu.es .
1Y of d.r-n Hlnt tjflt you Plummer have returned to I
mr *groaDjfb*l help. V SMll all b. happy issued by the City -of Stuart Eden. Mrs. Plummer I ownerof )
(Will do the job BnJKlit After u help nyi t cBMMiu loots of ha through Building Inspector John Indian River Trailer Court* and .
1 ill called a halt tj" evening's living rooiA y tin. elraltL N. Mann during June .' ,
. ,went to the Kane i* manager i I' ,,1
Td Biggest permit I
nkmd lit ac tb* fin o-
Mrs A. J of Ddredha \
>t yin| a f rlmdljP&gunMnt and a 7! Baptist Church for construction to St. Petersburg for a 3 1.\
acting g\tft\ of iMllow bow. c:9e of a new Sunday School building gone t ,
: visit to her parent while her 1
on Lot 8, Block 12, Potsdam Subdivision -
The value total was husband i* with the National 1 1I ,
Guard in North Caro-
;.nriAl.lHB.lIIt NS"' u Srmtri Fmutdtut.. the highest In two .yean. for a. lina. training

{ \ single month. Dr. J. A. Oatlln returned home I let us the 1 '

, Sunday by rail from a month's
stay in New York.

WestvPalm Beach Directory Sunday with a was neighborhood fittingly celebrated grilled- tlI tl

V\ supper and porch party at the
home of the John Roenbeck In
When In WeslYalm Beach These Firms Appreciate Your Pttronag-i Ankona For a number of yean i
v\ // Independence Day ha brought I

BADCOCK'aas Moose TO III MOW HAW TrtfO R N E these came, people together and : i
this year was no exception.Those \ ii
812 Climali St. \ ROOnNC, CO, participating were Mr. and Mrs. t i fl
\7lLofne Joseph Worthlngton Mr. and
Furnititr and \ ROOrWG SHUT METAL Mrs. James 8. Askln Mr. and
HE4$ VINTILATOM1, Mr*. John Conway, Mr. and Mrs.
jrlonso Futnlshlng .. I
; oFTOumun /v TurRoonNaRIVIE1A Max Shalnfeld and'the hosts "I j, !
... '
OUT Mr. and Mrs. Troy M. Deal of
Ankona left yesterday morning / /
for an extended vacation trip to WTesting se / '
Michigan and Canada. .
\ Word ha been received that I
Mrs. Florene CaY and daughter, ; i+
t __
M A K MIll Annette Cave winter real- J .J.JJ'
dent in the Machan at Eden- J
lawn, have arrived in Orevllle .
HOTEL Wash. where they will visit J' r .-
Mrs Barbara Person of Eden .
has chosen a* her vacation spot
\ v& / / / I
Balboa. Canal Zone, where she
YOURVACATteN HEADQUARTERS will visit her daughter and son-

in-law, capt. and Mr*. Joseph
Bvee and children. She left Tuesday with a (6ad of r ryour

135 ROO BATHS.Gi morning Sunday noon she ,
entertained with a family chicken -
dinner. Th table was centered & I
with alamanda blossom and soiled clo '
cxwn .1'1
-COC TA UNGI seated around it were Mr. and es .e ,
Mrs. Durant Fulton and soni
RADIO-rLUO ICINTLG ILECTRIC FANS Benny and John. Stuart, Mr. 41 eeO/ a
and Mrs. E.: R. Ensey and Mr. e a e.es :
Ilieda ,
"MtyrMt leel. iIe nt n 0
and Mr Donal Ensey. Walton; Then you'". ,fatow why users say the Laundromat Yo r ';
INIR M Eddie Falrburn Ensey,' Miami; ,i ::1),)
MIll Jessie Miller, Bradenton; does morf fartd does it better, than any automatic. r I
Mattox Jacksonville, and o
Fred ,
SWIMMING 0eTE IS COURTS Mrs. Fersons brother, Angus washer Made. You'll prove its advantages, with i W7 t I
j it personal rented Upon $ Mr.*and Mrs' Lane Jennings your "qfm clothes, 1 before( you buy. IO f : '
Pre$25oot'Special left yesterday for a number of
family jlapltoHWoa! TIA<|varr.i & 1S .


ecuHonl Ixclusly. esd Miles N eith *f DovSni leach, .* U. S. No.1 1 1PEY 1 1sy ,
l JTus: wash a load of your soiled clothes In a Laundromat t 'q 1
2 miles frets Oe.e v red Irld e. :

STUART yhtalled in our store. We II make the appointme"t'I' f
SINCE pick up your soiled, clothes;wash them In the Laundromat t :,,1 J

1112taL while you watch. Call u* today., fez1HI "'': + J

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PAGE TEN Thu sTV& NEW, ll4Alt$ MERUI couNT7'_ PfUREDAT. KILT /, ,

It TONS OF IRON iiiniifHHiiiniiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiniuiiiiii week end with. relattret and
SALVAGED OFF INLET GRAPES BECOME NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Salerno News friends. Jacksonville Beach, July 6.FEWDemocratic .-
nomtee for
( :
MeCultoyand \
Mr. and Mra. Shelby
Harold Davis, who with Fred The Cowty Agent's Can By MRS. a D. OCIGLETninnnnnintniiiiiitinnniiniiimiiiii! daughter Verdi MM, Mra. Oovemr Fuller Warren came
AN IMPORTANT out of hiding last Week end to Ea1.r
Stiller and his three eons Hubert L. M Arnold and Keith Attmar

Charles and Francis, of By L. M. Johnsonrunners MM. Edward Engebretsen and attended the florida Baptist crown Miss Rosemary Carpenter, IooP.M\

t Salerno has been salvaging] scrap daughter left last, week to visit Association at Lockwood Church of Miami, "Miss, Florida" and and 4,
Iron from 11 ft of water off the FLORIDA CROPGrapes and fruit growers ported that 18" spring farrowings her mother Orlando last week end. the young lady win 'represent
inlet, left this week for Cocoa participating In the 18" Agricultural \ were about I per cent below \ this State at. the Atlantic City WED ESD
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Qulgley is In St. Angus I
FACE; Donald Terry
where be will
begin an operation SMa
of the Florida
pageant as
Conservation Program last year Indications are that CIy
and ion George and Mr and "
in about BO ft of water. tine this week on business. State contest Warren
I Davis and the SUllers have are becoming an Increasingly hate until MondaY to apply fen fall farrowlngs will be about the Mr* John D. Stevenson and of Jacksonvilleand Jaycee 1
Jordan he *
CLIO I important crop In Henry told reporters plans county
been using a converted ICVP Sift tilisers to summer cover crops same as last year daughter Kathleen, pent Jut Walton State to Public
ATVAd Florid, the research and Indus week end in St at the Mr and Mrs. Cross of>, by-county tour of the Alwa
seeded! in IMS, and to seeded -
long to bring up about 11 tons, or of the
trial division of the Florida State h1P appreciation
horn of Mr. Mrs J. W Quit- and Mr. and Mrs. Cross of express
I .1 I of scrap Iron from sunken Navy Chamber of Commerce com- volunteer coyer crops in groves.Unless When soils that are Inclined to : and vote be received .
1/ 9 vessels off the Inlet. The operation the ertUlxers are appliedby be candy are subjected to much leyMr Alabama called on Mr aDdOa.
mented yesterday in Its weekly
*p'n, I" I and Mn. I, A. Bennett,Jr. and Met
.rg was chiefly ,to test the business review dealing with agricultural Monday no credit will be sunshine and heavy rainfall J L.:Terry Sunday Mr.
:Palm which will be used under this and eons, Undle and Edwin, Mr '
rig in the given year's
; i program arandparenta
!! I of Alabama are
possibilities."Productlon lose their matter Cross
Wlthtfaclll' .:, Cocoa operation. Davis moved Invoices for seed and fertilisers they ,organic and Mrs. Emory Detoach and
1. ; here a year ago from Little Rock. of all types of should be sent or turned in to rapidly/ Frequent and regular Mr and Mra Bill PendanrU mo- of Henry Jordan
grapes In Florida has averagedapproximately l Mr and Mrs Clolse\ Vaaus and
% I the county agent office as soon addition of organic matter into tored to Hahln. Oa, to spend
r: slbly 1,500000 pounds after July IS as possible rertll. form of cover crops and crop Sunday at the home of Mr. and children of Crawfordvlll are
.- annually in recent years, appreciably | tsar tags which list the amount residues, are needed! to keep such Mra J, A. Bennett and family here visiting\ Vaaus' sister Mrs..
more than in the early. Smith and family
of the minor elementa in the oils production. Mr and Mn. X M. Tyler left Donavan
? IMOs fertilisers ( last week for a vacation In the Evelyn: and. Gordon Terry
, -Prices received by grape copper manganese mountains and other polnti In 'spent Tuesday In Jon Pierce
If hairy Indigo I II early
m<lealum.lIne) also should be planted
in the State have been I' sister"Mn. EddIeCoolle
growers their
POLICY turned In for credit enough and makes good growth' the North. : Mohawk I.bbl1rut(
far in excess of national aver,
beLoaeh and
it may be cut in late IulT and Mr and Mi*. Adolph family
ages. For example, two yean Prices of Florid turkeys are again several weeks later thus and IOn Jimmy, Mn. Ella: Fret- I The revival at the .Southern' j
1 ago when the US average was t be two of in colt and John Fendersen motored : Methodist Church was held over Firth Manic
expected to good during the producing crops hay a I' Kle rflax
$59.50 a ton, Florida growers to last to this week
Mon Park to spend
'A Word of Advice coming fall and winter thus season. / ,
< ton.
were getting 1288 a .......
3'f [from Folk who "Several varieties of wild making it especially\ important HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
J for farmers who raise these birds A material known as "ani Inlaid "halt
>now! I ance grapes are native to Florida, Armstrong. and i i
would' that to hold their poult losses to a mate" has proven effective in BILL FREE
igures .AJ. aye therefore: appear
how aiPTURN Tt AGICU the commercial growing of: minimum, according to Clyde\ eradicating poison Ivy and several Expert Ian 'e
DrIllers, poultry husbandman other noxious plants. A
I eta grapes would offer little cUffl Doing Business As
with the Florida suitable solution for
.' Mobile Deal s and f! culty. Early Investigations! how Experiment Station. poison ivy Is made by mixing
showed! the need of hybridIzing E Eq ales and
1 juries, W i E N eyer as very few of the hundreds Production of turkeys this one pound of the material In Inc

CATIO AYSME. of varieties grown in the nation year. is about 30 per cent below one gallon of water. It 'Is I advisable 'Wher ou Want It"IRat0AT10 GRIFFINr ,,
W that of 11'.7.' to spray the leaves of J
} Urge proved> successful in Florida Orlggers explained wstIls, 'a vreirs Ann WIAVaa
'and because the plants until they are thoroughly FLOOR COVJRI
to f o o* yourS Today a number of varieties, of the shortage -
mer TJ i Ip.flLY the result of extensive experimentation prices are expected to be wet. The solution passes aMour '
Free Potable Im Systems
F PROTECT. have been developed very good" through the leave and down a 900 South Dixie / JtJ Fort F4
In To raise turkey successfully Into the root and kill them. 1 o[ AFL
which bountifully
E produce
LAbUity J the Experiment Station worker e' rte R. a Lisa. g+.ldue 3
Florida. Among the leading va
.r I an AccidAit In. i rietles grown in the State are pointedout, the farmer must In making succession lant- 1111111N111111111111u11111 III IIsn1111s1111111111rt111D1111111111111111I111i 111111111 ,
our it ftll Us I- fogs. of make each
he Niagara, the short-lived but practice rigid : provide cowpeaa
Tp Y. feed water planting all far as possible from
well-bearing Beacon and the adequate and for theKmlts rDonlan
Carman. and keep a sharp eye on preceding ones to reduce damage .

t P 'Horticulturists' generally agree ,his flock. by the cowpea pod weevil. J Mart*

that progress to date has been Spent %
noteworthy but that there is Save pigs, save feed and produce From the time a pullet Is moved ; CMiW

ORP1 till much that can be done toward meat. to the range until she is placedIn At Ho_ MARTIN COU
den perfection of an ideal FlorIda These are. the suggestions of the laying house she will eat
19.t W 1. Shelly, animal husband about 20 Ib. of feed and the Stay I I *

Much grape of Jthe State Is well man with the State Agricultural feed must be well balanced and B INESS DIRE ORY 't

adapted to the culture of grapes. Extension Service, to Florida\ of high quality if she Is to develop M Home ,

Yields vary upward to 6000 farmen.I properly. I CM,

Ibis an acre A good! continuous I "The meat situation. makes it weather Your Business ifard In This Section Every Wiv. Will Bring You Btuineu
average however, approximates essential that every little pig be In it is more Important .... '-... -V --- ami/
i- -T-irr .r. IL-i.i J .r
,MO ibs. an acre'Florida :saved! and finished out for mar. than ever to keep roosters -
bet and l home and hens because __ .
I can well become a : meat supply laying separate 'n n" -
Shelly the high will r, "
says. temperatures
more Important grape growing COMPLETE e
region. This Is particularly true I He points out that the U a otherwise result In very rapid Incubation Electric and Refrigeration nsen Hdwe. Q s Store
considering the possibility of the Department of Agriculture has i of eggs. When the SERVICE C .I noatCLAMOBOUS'
development of an early June : called! for a U-per cent Increasein i breeCUnlltUOD Is over it usually ,4 Groceries .
grape for the good pre-seaso fall farrowlngs and has re-' is best to market the roosters. No Job Too Largo Or SURE AajfFrosen+ Foods HEW CLOUT

: market Too Small M THEY fOIl DUU1JPSUSS )
0=0000ooooo-: a4: HOBE SOUND
M !
':: uaUA' NAOI
to Ik. -.MM| W Ik.n Salerno Civic Association ELECTRIC CO. '
jl.. /t.-.. >o. wale will !to .-4 Ych.
< ._ of CkrlM, Sdnttet. UrorU ...... Day Phone APT AVE'' IT, .j ensen Beach Little
a. tIo. w .. ...d.,. J.l. 11Tk GLADYS OClU
: .. OClo====oC By & PERRY :ROC 3271
Orttai Tot bi -Tk k -.e.Md Hobo Sound II- ..... Per Tm S.
.._ es.. tb. we.'sblte..
11.I ..... rorihl 10... tM FUkor .ta .Plrtt, m4ki The Salerno Civic Association IllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllliObituaries'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Nile Phone Jens Each Beauty Shop
I .I. '"',. for U>. F tto. i..k.tk ..... Wffmtm Stuart 347-J PHONE 13M .J
P Pi t _.. "110" U.k., deal.A. meeting June 30 brought out the '--- lie L Ana AVI. nomi
._. ... .a.t1M. bleb _.rl.tk. encouraging news that work now f
Itmmn l N .llowiQ
UM. BlktaiIM4,. ... fhxk ss Oat wklckIt 11 under way on the windows at IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIUIMBS. I I I I I I I I I I I I
I ,.. tm mf T*.. UkiM. Ik*.*mlikt tk nMX ho new Civic Center. The floor .
.<. .kr _.umtal .kit will...... .<". Is completed. The County Com- SARAH C.: HICKS StuartAuto -- oJ' Get Miles of W rRECAP

''t." : hr ..... .. ,.... I
km .. .ql. Ie 11Io bulldozer down to grade the land a abort illness at the home of Camp. Uncl /7& .

t I t tt. II P.e.u.Tb.. t- ...- ... I...... tIoo1.II.wiQ around the budding Progress' her daughter, Mrs. T B. Hamn\ t S6Z. YOUR TIRES
_, f... .... C..ri.. .... baa seemed slow to some but i It'

r a.tntk.k.b, 11... ."__......oM. a,x.ltbwltk 11017B.h. has been steady. I' ton, In Sandersville, Oa., at 'I i Modern Cottages ra w k tr A.n r C.n. r. wltu...), -. Tea. a'Uo, twrwauew.I ....
.. ....,.. '", ., .. pjru Friday. Burial was In San I
& k.-y h1M dl. '
The card at Mrs. Chetoman And Trailer Court '
party J" = ::'
: :=
,1.. L.- d..Y tho oU .. Anal :; : ..
dersvllle cemetery Sunday aftei
1.11.. 5. ....I.. d .. MM*** ..d< s Friday evening was a M Jf ... ..
CAY WSU ycVre'not
ST ,
: 'ta u4 Mt >ir.lr ..a' kut big success We appreciate the noon. MONTH I happy in your

ENETIAN '01.=_ ..t.>....co.ft' ..Nd... _tot..tk.....imM.u, faithful services and gracious Mrs Hicks was a resident _.. ....... ..._
too .111. d doUr hospitality of the Bomans. for"more 25 elf
BLINDS a.d& loan/. /. Stuart than year: BLAIR and BAKER t star-t'a'e ways to make Service SIII ae ,
A social was held in the Bay- and moved to Sandersvllle for
ow 04.4. r rbnr it What wish and bring Federal Hifhwif ;
Tr. .Ja.w. yon
Manufacturing Co. The early Greeks had a custom front Park Sunday afternoon. her health only U months ao. '*
ox leil roT ricaci In L which merchants "threw a lack Saundenon was chairman She was a charter member of el' n)k to part If lionttlifVaot

glove;} before customers as a sym of the committee in charge. Mrs. the Baptist1 Church here. She We r perfect, -LOOK.
bol of their honesty In trading Kate Mortensen was in chargeof was born in Mumf ord, Ala, Sept .1 $ 4
----- the refreshment The boy 25, 1863 and attended Summer- I Keep, In Touch aEaw[ faults ar y ueTRUEMAN :
who have helped so faithfully all field Methodist College in thai be your little wifey'sdolr I
along at the Civic Center know l with ; FertQuer
State. '
; :Vf aterfront; Properties they have real friend i .4 CHORES i iIf ,
a in Mrs.Mortensen. She is survived by two sons, TUXEDO
f pitch
Along They had the pleasure IL C and Edward, both of Birmingham Martin. County % la .t WA5HIN'
the Indian and St Lucle rivers and Robert Bonn of tree "eats. Rain inter- ; two daughters, MraHamilton -*nVloh/pISH S TOO- FEEDS

; \ Ocean nronunie /.oj fered somewhat with the affair and, Mrs. Henry A. you'll iln a>pleasant wear 'ANDCINUAL

t but those present had an enjoyable Kindred of Stuart, seven grandchildren Subscribe to The N a wh tb' who!. dye 'job UNt mlrouLiav WOISCCTKIDCS
'i7J time. and eight great-grand
tt J YOU,
t\ +A I'c The County Commissioners children. .1 year ......-- ..., DO SOVL CLOTHIN'--. IUUBISI ;
\ i ac have been requested to clear the STUART FEED STOW]
o_ rerv.e drainage ditches at the north The finest kldskln Is obtained 2 YOUR ltoES\MUST BfT rtxcLts *vs..,....-
.... ..... $5 a tse
if and west of the town before the from baby goats which are milk years WASHED V.M dig lather* JACK: MAaTM. MDocks .. .
I I hurricane season arrives. fed, specially raised and guarded an' HELP R; ALL NAGED -

J We are.looking forward to reassemble against. bruises and scratches. CIN- will fce QU 1

with renewed activity Yon promised whoa you wedded, you'd aed :
In the near future when com HOME B 3ING .j '
I PROTECT-** do stuff GET ,
munity members will nave returned your AT 1 and ou'B

from their various trips INKS '' NEVER be hen-pecked I A woman' only'h, an tli Seawalls

and CUYertecllnteraata. HI & more-eo 'cause of sex -and th' more you DO to LPW

rel.--. Kindly notify your secretary th' less THER IS TO VEXJ Boat Hound
I I U you find any information LTHAM 1
concerning a piano for the new (P.S-She can't b* what you want her if house-wo k Of M r*

a1 a1I R bulldln,. A vlctrola also couldbe R I MIX Pal Contrattlng hw'drdgin't for she worn out by endless task. I All Type !

put to good use there. Any Co ETE1NF tad Repairs NO YEN FOR LOVIN'I!) CoBstnicboa
t f. O. Box 832
j suggestions or helpful information Ivan Taylor
I r along any line is always Block War Palm

jt welcome ill G City, Bridge OB The P. 0. Box 474
jj Right PHONE 104J (ta
t / The ancient Chinese customarily E 0

offered a guest in ,the
1 house a leather glove, tnd1 at- -_

i 1 j log warm welcome BLOC CONCRE [, Ter Best Web Ordway 1 I FRANK HALEROOFING. IONCREI ;

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I ToospooM Do HTtMM \ -E1tCTR1G ? aye siaewAnlt.a
1I 1 wet slag tat awe lieu uK WINDOMASONRY AND Pttic Tan1'teh.a
I I'I ?aged lite* Uilte4 BUAa. Used FORD t tay
I II fat ter kdk4) aM JAM short. 4 Enndry, Roof Fad
I C el.d .a/ ore smE SALU AND SUVKB RepairkifmSo.Color.doAT Coomal5e
I ggu of au ad eiL JI liver the H TE. E m (a
wend. vkliiniMlca trlkqt. Rawls BAT AND rove
I t tI tI 1. 4. 1$. lessee.. 4eaaposaral P01Cl ND *. 1
I 1 bas /y ri Aa MAR 1'N COUNTY SERVICE rhODe .141 and Leave r' i s+"'
f .' lOOT wane,. i
yea etasell .E C Message DECIUPh

/ veer yoer aeaealer vagd,'kite rat u Phone if fort Pierce 78 PHONE, 9142 j W.... P. Q. .... II.. I. P .A

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Listings fot Improved and UnoBprovea Properties Wearing Apparel ctions PAC rS Fred A. Stafford Boat rice

I >; 1'': 1 Throughout Martin eVurrty \ -" ,== PlumMag eV ....... ag

'I i CRZAGEs sGills = == CA14IFRe, ..... Sheet! Metal Nr.JI Wa

'.J a Feint Wver-te-Ktvr peril. \ i tOl UlfT CrrQ EngineerAd fUllPDIQ IY1TIbIt Covered Sfl
1M Cottages said. Bate
I salter = M TM Ur*. ? TMSTUART 5.d4
Ielani oeeaa-to-Seaad tltea -i = ..SeafoodWBOHSMS y $tors
= Ei : .u arrta.sWk .
t = Land SurvefutBtmart.

1U j : C. >B. ARBOGASToaJBstoU = ;= For'SJo Fietiia MR ALfHONM. WOIIKI Jackson's

.._ .wet ocrXaTMEMT eras S JENSEN BEACH ,IMR w Works

VATBtnONT FEOFBETTM' 'aI -- i So. orrosrra 'T.,tics COUNTY BAJKK PUreo |{ I AT COUNTY,earn( \ .***. 1Mt -| Mr ie* ...... /bM..
tOt s.-eI StrMt / je1e *...lba
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I TItE8TPAt. j jmrSfJSt0ART, WOWS,.COUNT!; n-OMDA TBITISDAT, jitv I, 1948 r--: :

City pOO Manager TAOS SOLD b. B, Eurlt'i!. ._of-_ close new tags ot buaintsa became Monday due and The In Jensen BeachBy ter spending tvo weeks her And Palm City News ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE |;has advised that the County law. 4 l "

reported seven new don 11- at the city hall office payable last! CUAHLOTTB HELI4ER in Miami vtolting relatives. SALE ZONES POSSIBLE I Commission may establish zones The opinion further : '
IT Mr and Mrs. Clifton Bounds By ANNA B. PAY
!>es at II each regardleu of Thursday upon' expiration' of the and two children returned Sunday I -:: ,In territories. without the limitsof that the holder of a license q\ .
had been purchased at the old tags June Tallahassee In an opinion II I
Jo.5ALES Mr. Mr. M"n.E.t.
rg and Mrs. and tl
John and
Edwards Hlgbee
"" : from two-week vacatloq Attorney General J. :Tom Watson Incorporated cities or towns not have t vested right -III"\ 1
T ,, .- : of Miami spent last week end trip to San Antonio visiting\ his daughter Virdln, ilL Betty, left June 30 for ----- where alcoholic beverages maybe authority granting the /
by auto
visit his
here with Mr. and Mn. W. C. parents. sold. Watson pointed 'jut that provided for by the license I
'e. Ve For brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. John Leighton
Johnson, air,.MWU arable'was hostess I he did not undertake, to pas up- make further regulations(f
A it end Tommy HelUer.Jr,and George to the Tuesday bridge club at vacation.Mr. Hlgbee. .for a teiy" weeks entertained with a barbecue at on the constitutionality of this cel the license previously ;d 1 +!
U ... Seymour* Tuesday afternoon. their home on 5th Si the Fourth
dQ .' Evernham left Saturday for Fort Prices for high score were! won and Mrs. ). jr. Roberta, of July, Barbecue, cole slaw, po-
SERVICE )'arts Jackson,, S, C.* for two weeks ot who have finished a part of their
by Mrs. E. J. Ward, Mrs. Lucy tato salad drinks and toe cream
training 1 with the National ilerUl: and Mrs. Seymour Gide new home on 4th and Fence Ave., Were served to Mr. and Mrs Eddie -I i
Guard. on. Others playing were Mrs.' moved Into it Saturday. They la Barton and daughter,' jf:
ARNOLD BAQERt. Tuesday Mr. and for Mrs.Ohio Rube for Sharp left Laura Howard, Miss Georgia expect!to,, continue. building! Susan, ot Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. CENTRAL MARKET t
two-week gradually
Turner Mrs.C. H. Alderman. Jr. Charles Sloeura and son Charles
tuil! Boulevard PhbM 142-Ws Visit with relatives, Mrs. T. R. Helllcr, Mrs. Charles 'J. W. Boland, recently Injured Jr., of Stuart, Mr.. and Mrs. Floyd', I "" .+
George Gideon and Lewis f by \ MEAT l .: ,
Gay, Mrs R. 8.Robertson, Miss fire Is slowly Improving and Lamb ,and son ''of Fort Fierce,j i, / i }
Gamble, it., spent Sunday in 1 la.now \able to move about with
Elizabeth Robertson and Mrs, C. Mr..and Mrs Charles 'Leighton, i
Oaytona Beach. H.'Alderman crutches. Teddy Frazier of West Mr. and Mrs Charles Evans, Mr \ PRODUCE and OCERIES ( :
Mr. and Mrs. Palm : I i'i'i'i'co
M. Gamble Beach nephew of Mrs. Bol-
and Ciwlel Munch left Sunday for: and Mrs. Frank Blackstone and TEOU$ SERVICE;. .,/
daughters and, U r ''tI I
and now at the'Boland home "
Langley,,8. C., where he willspend children Jo Ann and "Butch '
/ loan, returned to theWgome assisting Mrs. Boland with theoutside \ :
CHUNK P' COLJIf In a week on business and Mrs. Rose Leighton, Misses Mat. CON ENIENTLY LOCATED2nd ,
Nashville Saturday af- return to ;spend the balance of work. tIe and Patsy Hodapp Mr. Fred Akron I .]l"t,. ,
I July here with .hIs family. Robert a. Montgomery, who Joss, Herbie and Jackie Hodapp a\\d Joe Brook '

'fL [ CHEF FOOT SPECIALIST ,' Martin Klrlk of Miami spent Martin recently County wan High graduated School,from left and.Johnnie--- -..and'Jan-.. .Lelghton.. ...- : ,: ,:,
the week.end here with Andrew.. -
Chiropodist / ,Bloom, tent week with four other boy ;
SPREiD N.e F>r< Flmi Hftul$ I John Nelcoskey left last week for Jacksonville to take-his final)I d
a FREDEIck 715P for physical examination for :Navy FG Sat, ,
L. PO TER Chattanooga to spend amonth's '
technical training for submarine Anthony's Specials Iyi& 1
IQai.di vacation Y i
\ Rich and Hasty Haunt Qldeon. who la attendIng service. I, 41..
I Mr. and '
Fred Ross and
lb. } the University of Miami. two children of Bremerton Complete Line of Birds Eye Frozai Food 'j :,
.. .59c spent last week end here with ; 6'
arrived this week to visit! t.
hit parents; Mr. and Mrs. Seymour -i
,. I
f, ,and I ll IK 4 w I CO% Oldeon. his mother, Mrs. Belle Roes and J
i I Judy Cunningham of Pahokee his slater and family Mr. and GROCERY MARKET .
George\ Smith His brother,
last with '
week here
spent hfr
BEANS wit ORK, 2 Llb ns .25c I cousin Peggy! Munch. Mr. and Donald Ross and wife and children -1 WHITE WESTERN ROLlko RIB : ,,:

ANN PAGE W. Mrs.over David and Cunningham spent Sunday motored herewith Smith are and also ROM visiting homes at the I POTATOES 5 22c ROAST J 69cARMOUR'S '
Clifford I?. .
SALAD DRESSING, pint .37c Mr. and Mrs.Charles Munch Petty left Saturday forhis
I Miami
I and Mr. and Mrs. Hastings W. home where he spent .
NECTAR TEJJ BALLS, 50c.$cg. .45c Munch. the week end with his family and, OSAGE ORANGE STA BREAKFAST r

ANN PACEPEANUT daughter.Mrs Ernest: Molllc L.spent Rlcou Sunday and I returned Mr*. Edith Monday.Johnson of I ,1b.
BUfTER, 1 Ib. iaf. .35cANN"PACE With Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beaton. spent Saturday and Sunday I I Ii'
** Mrs Roy Baker who has been nights at the home of her mother ,- 1' ,,Iii I
visiting In'New Jersey returned I Mrs. Emma Petty. OZARK COLLARD (RIB OK BRIS,..T :\lv
ORANGE MA|MALADE pnd she and Mr. Baker have Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Blauvelt.I 0.2 '
lb.jar .21c
who GREENS 2 :: ,
recently returned from : STEW37c/
ANN PAGE Jig T f I wood.L taken. an apartment at the Ken-;I. visit with friends are a __ ; ,

GRAPE JELLfl 1 lb. I to report that Mrs. Blauvelt j lll
turn ler .21c D. McElfresh: who has been
convalescing at his home I though In a Miami hospital I MOTTS APPLE iOCKLESS PI*NIC ,
returned to the Veterans hl're'l! while there Is again able to be 4J
CUT RIGHT CHBOSE 1 A & THEM T PIfl E pital In Coral Gables*Jor further up and about her home' and i SAUCE. 2 IT: .2 31c AMS IIx 53c r 1
fRIMMED to be
RIGHT treatment. Improving graduallyMrs
SUPER RIGHT I Emma Petty and Mrs
MEATS When America's Iron, coal and Jessie Burrell were the all-day I "'I .-
petroleum resources are exhausted I guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Alerlc ANTHONY'S ECONOMYMARKET I
Veal ChuckfiOflST Choicf RibSTEAKS ,substitutes can be made ,Johnson MondayMr. r
W THE AI.M B ACHES from wood. Protect this and. Mrs. R. F. Wortham 300 SO. AKRON AVE. f ,1 STUART, FLA.
.91'' 417 EECHOBEE ROAD ally renewable resource natur-I spent Saturday ifl West Palm YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET I
,. venting forest fires and unwise Beach on business.!
ONE 23631 cutting! Mrs. A. H. BursonLand Vincent PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELI ERY '
Tender Beef Tenderized Smoked Picnic Lee Hlgbee were In West Palm I i I
Bench shopping Saturday.Mr. -. --- ,
LIVER 6 and Mrs. John Collins and J ,',
II,. lb. 51Sifinyf SE VING MARTIN COUNTY son of Stuart, cousins of Mrs S
E.Lane were dinner guests Mon- 41 1.
Center Cut 't
Pork ield Sliced WITH/ A day at the Lane home 4 \ Don't Forget ;

CHOPS Complete Line Mr. and Mrs. Gladwin Crews $* e t i
,lb. 8i 8 ICON 73CI Dairy and Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Crews T To t
,lb. T y Deliveries In Jensen and families enjoyed a picnic
Beach Sunday evening at Jensen Beach RedeemYour
on Tuesdays, ;
Mr. and MM. A. H.Bursani and I
Thursdays and Saturdays.. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hlgbee and r : I d I I
I children spent Monday at the r
Fort Pierce beach where they '
Proctor and f
had a 'V>lcnlc dinner. In the af ,
l MILK ternon the men played golf and GambleCoupons
the women and children enjoyedthe II ,

\V HOMOGENIZED } Mr.beach.and Mrs. H. Snyder and 4, B A RCA I is I f

,TAMIN D ,MILKFFEE son, Ronald of Miami were week *
i end guests over Sunday at the At j '.
Allranda & CREAM 'home Leighton.of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas. 7' ,
oZ, cello I I Nicky Klmbls, nephew of Mrs. CROMERS MARKET
bag 1 1A i i 5t j/R/ CREAM Douglas! Leighton arrived June I
30 from New York to spend the
COTjttGE CHEESE summer vacation with the Leighton Vita-Food PureGUAVA 12-oz. jar I eoe to Gold 2 No. 2 cans ; 11

BUTTE AND EGGS children.Mr.. and Mrs. W. C DeUong JELLY 19c ) IE D PEAS .. .29c_ I'

& P CAJfDsftl FRESH have had at guests for a week HERSHEY'S PURE CANE -- GRANULATED j r -
FRUITS andfYttGETABLES Mrs. P: M. Cawley of Mitchell, I
g.e FROM R TRUCKS Qa.. who Is Mrs. DeLong'i sister
ALSO DRIEjf Aft) FROZEN 1 YOUR and her niece, Mrs. Denny Hendrix SUGAR 5-lb. fftorylpacked bag 39jzf i
MV TE GROCER Jr.. of Spartanburg 8. C. I' I
Green Topped G den Bantam They left for Georgia Saturday __ __

Carroll, 2 bu. .ifc Cn, 4 ears ... .....25cStrisileas. I 1I BARAT' IRY afternoon.Mr.. and.Mrs. Clinton Platt and Hunts, Supreme Quality 2 No. 2 ca J 2 No. 2 cans "

elected-pound cart children of Veto Beach were the Pure Tomato Juice 2\ PRUNE JUICE .25c t /
P. O. BOX 1042 T RT
Tomatoes Mr. and Mrs. W C De- *
,lfc Cr guests of
Vita-Food 12-oz. r R.th, Bfeclth.wk can i
Juicy Sweet Befits, 2 )lbs..37c Long Sunday afternoon. Apple Jelly I = c LUNCHEON MEAT .47c t i

_Mums, 2 Ibs. c -
llberta" "?*" CaG nie Beki.g MADAMrME T; ME AT KINDREDS Hunts, Yellow Cling. Large

PEACHES OTATOES ,, ., Indian RiverORANGES Peaches, Halves |27c IVOIfY SOAP, 17c
2 Ibs. .... .. .... ._. c Slbl 33c COMEHER< : i u.29c MAXWELL HOUSE flI II-

f C O FF E lb. Can 52X I
White House Ion : SHOPS' / 1 Yellow .

MILK MATOES FOE: TEND E57 ONIONS 21ba. 19 e Richland, Cream Style 2jf*' 2 cans Dill's V- 1 Qt-_can_ !1. ': i

3 tall cans .........., c 2 NO& cans .. .. 25c .... .. FLY Ad INSECT KILLER 29c I
.. Yellow Sweet Corn JT 25c a _
Marvel -- OF .J1-... Softier Paper 2 Rolls :
Homeityle24oi. JI -- Gator ty
Delicio English t'> I :1
Muffili, pkg. 15cJane TOWELS 39C large pkg.. --25C--. '..I;' .

Parker Jane'PalerNUTS Peacock- can '
ANGEL FOOD CRISC 3 b. Can $1.27

CAKE SugareH, doz. 18c -SARDINES :; 13C .
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mall .. ......._.......?.J7c A & P Siskr Added 'HICKORY SMOKEDBACON Carolina Cobblers U. Sfto. 1 Firm RipeTOMATOES- : j ,

A do iii lv., Y.C. APPJX SAUCE lb. JT... ... ... .... ..53c LEA BEET.\GROUND lb. .. ... .. .....49c POTATOES, lOJbs. -- .37c. I .,--lb.- ._---- --.12Yzc-.. l ,

PEACHES] 2 No/2 Ans ........27c BONELESS B Georgia Elberta Texas, Yello I .
STEW BEEFfflb. ....... .. .. ... .75crmE TENDLCUBEJSTEAKS- PEACHES,2.Ibf. ..29cONIONS, lb. 2 1 :
No. 2Y2} can ... 0c Je el l lb Pkr. GOLD SELF*SING lb. .. .... ... .89c : .,_'... __! c_ I '

Betty Crocker Au''v- S orte .35c FLOUR..5 if. 39c 10 Ibs....89c BLUE P TE. GEORGIA VINE PENED (ROCKFORDS) I

Cereal tpkg. If 30c Nabisco PrerFlakes SYRUP ALAGA // ft al. .............. ...........58c COFFE1 lb._ Sic CANT LOPES large\,2 for 29X ',:1'j ,,1 r

gleaner, gal cal 73c .. ... .. ..1 PEAS, 2 f .2 cans ..................23c SUGAR, Vbs., ..... ... ............42c I
Armour's Nabisco FifNewtons \\I
Tre t,12-oz.cnfi49c p%. .-17c < i VEL BEANS, 2 \o. 2 cans .. ... ...27c SWIFTS PREMIUM GRADE A i l II:

.. '' ROUND TEAK, lb. .... .. .. .. 89c :' !
Armour's Corned -01. can' 30'3 MILK, 3 Ta_ \Cans .. ...44c _h' ..:. .-- 1 1 r
Hash cjew \ Pk,. _,..-,..- .----_ .-- New York/ I Rath'a Blackhawl ;
,1 9c .
Flush :' ,
1'1b. ca ,.31c Sani _.... WI HEINZ STRAlNEt- I "
CHEjDDCR CHEESE, lb. 79c [I BACON, slit l, Ib. .69c 1
Pillsbury 3T Cak peliv ,SUPER SUDS BABY FOOD\ for ,50c "i I i

Flour, 5 lb. big 48c Frosting, 21 plc ,..2ci BOSCUL POR /OIN ROAST, av. 2 2Ya: lb lb. "ZltTT' __...__.53c.. I

Pkf. 30C TEA BAGS, 2STUART'S ,l _._ ..29ciT' THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE fcflMER'S .. .
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>, 'j STUART BEATSBOYNTON142 No StfHtfntti( ;;; ,;"Slump( Apparent DAVEY .ENTERS" bOO> M/<:! R3 fr4'M';bEFEAT4L ''SCI gN9

I ".. ," t t REAL ESTATE In Stuarlb Sporting Activity/ GOLF TOURNEY I their The.'way1''atuah'above; Dodgert.the .400,sSUgged:>nwrk' j Electrii IRI

\ i liomesites and Waterfrontd'gc' .----- agar bf sweeping a twin bill SHOE N

I Reasonable I :*y to klNNEVGtR, JR. front;the Miami Blue Sicks Jiert) REp;

f fi New Adttrrssi. 4th Street, Opposilo School SKIPS JAX TRIP The ettyt mbrlgln.rlnay\ be enmeshed In the usual summ r FlWest Palm Beach, July. ,t..... Sunday and Monday ttefl\oona. "" **. .
PACE business slump; kofnparstlvely\ Speaking! at least, but there eer-S top-notch gotten; in- Otis Gilbert hurled the Dodger
talnly nq letdown.apparent In the sporting activity here Thret!I, eluding Or W T Dave or Stuart. to'' an'.-. conquest Sunday.and Arm &N r CLIO i Arnold Gets 8th Win TeamTo baseball team and h t" of his will compete for more than t 1, some )toM-rsnge Wttlng backed;
)" i ) } quit* a number for a community I \
500 In cash and trophies here tomorrow by Cedl Jackson -
KUIN'J tight hurling ; J rlWiaalttL
ATV '. :', ITO Play in Clewutoa slse. are functioning,_iqod turnouts are reported at the Mart n: Saturday and Sunday 1n up to net a 3-J triumph'Mohday ; ) -; l
SundaySOUTH County OeIf.M Country'Clvb the stories come home nightly 01 f, ,
fI the 2nd annual Florida Open The' vtcto.... '''we.. the
f Ad' 1 f t' t'::' t anglers' prowess?, abtf,now county school officials have seen fit tAl I tournament at the West Palm eighth, 'an* ninth In J'} darts.
Span I "I '; t FLORirtA LEAGUE COAJT-CLADM Institute an added! program Jo benefit those youngster not em, Beach Country Club I tor Stuart' this *e son.' "
Palm I I'1Wittu '; L 1.4 ployed but too. old l (0 be kept,at'or near home all day Defending Champion Ch.rlle The Dodged .U be home again 1

; J'.j': attlART"'...Ut.. I e t 1 I..Ml. The prof ram i detail* are outlined on the front page of toda)"'e,I Harper of Jacksonville will\ bI Sunday.for,a gam*.with 'Okevchobe
facile' t l HURRICANE PROTECTION I PemwM .I I I ....! newspaper'to 411'11 t, skip ?em here, except to, remind all those ot f challenged by a host of pro and *. at little Dixie .p.rk.U

sully r Ie \ \ > .' 1550 Rn.la.Worth Rmok. .t I. S t .Ml.t *ll school age that registration tor the program Is scheduled at thigh amateurs, according to early e\1-\ 4:30,fin -
--- ; '"j ; ,, B'H \\.. r.lm BrM-k 1 i .... school. toJondb; ,alb ajfl In the gymnasium It you 0111I try list announced by ,ClyUslna ATHLETES FOOT GERMIHOWTOKILLIT. ,, { :
Rain and
LAST SUNDAYS Jr, the host profession
i 't' i RrpULTSMMRT Monday 'ou'atU regliter with the
\ 1lulnmk ,1 ,cp: com other day principal 1
j 14. Rwnlmi tt .Ml 1.5..l These will include Pete Cooper
? ,, GlareControl .'.1.. Bwh IB, l..k. Went. S.r..Ilue at his office.: befaen( ,'10'and nOon: To our notion this scheme II HOUR' "
I I' j HI I.......... ., Ponte Vedra pro who won the IN ONE
MUtiMMil .I. .
| one well the, 'cfflclals to be commendedfor .. .
taXertahd fesponslble are 51,5
]':JA .' NEXT SUNbAVaCAMES southeastern PQA at Selma, Ala, I? SlOT '(]lASED posY
f enrulIlullrn: i .. ..... their forward.-thinking en those youthful hours this summer Ward Roger of Clearwater, State M51 r 6u/1151 for...4545.. lTaQRII
j "ff\:\ ART m1 i h* n : TR-Ok II. 'Mrs
I' 'lr Beauty 11'... ...1.. ,........ .< Knr.ioii' II...,... that weU'wcbt be Misted. In some diversion much less worthwhile. amateur champion, and Jim Lee .meld.a ..-.. 'H PKNKTSATU: _... 1 1H
Clltll.11 .....
t ,' "II Pos.m M Uk W"h.The Jr' the Tallahassee amateur who .. Ind III''. 1101. ewe. ff Tad.P.t7r

3 ;: ,,f ti.::1: frlnt Stuart Sallflxhers have We've encountered' i JiMnbcr et f folks recently with a similar wa*' runner up to Harper las S ..T..It.co.. ;

'i"' I'S '; Seen barred from Idea U that beta hertiired for some time. The propmal year.
Is a game between.. Staarts < "|hty 8allfUhers and the colorful The 71-hole event ''with 18 GIVES
f 1' ., In the annual State 'ltIl-pro Dodgers. Both are wlimtag" ball ,l I.bt and an asset to the tit,,. hole on each of the first two
SHUTTER PROD IS CO. tourney in Jacksonville next: and 34 Sunday.wll 1 be
I 4 1I i iI What y ou r ..eM""' ..? day on I MaUriftl WGolNew
week end and u a result will ... .; '.. played over the tough champ ,
q'J1.' ; l 11 *Kf FIOKIDA PHONE Mf OR Mal play In Clewlston in ChilUtftttrRELIEF,
I i Sunday a While -we.t'ff.n.tM. subject'we had those Dodgers'.antics this lonahip coarse completed Just 1 1 ilea!,
( South
v. Y Florida l l Coast-Qlades
.._ rear ago a* a municipal
League game as scheduled. Manager rear callad'Is mirv attention'somewhat forcefully ,the other dat. The championship tee tettin I I 'Well'' I
,'Jtl' Johnny. Mann said last The team managSd'oe'leut'eponsored by Guy Davis although call lor 8,890 yard with par U /atliruedirlhdl 'e lPagb your' s
nIght. winning Its share of game hasixt matched up to the 1947 aggr*- split even on the course Rolling

,,t,', i FUGATE Ad GREENLEESENGINEERING Mann reported the tourney gallon that won twlce'1ot'every) defeat and hu been bouncing! airways[ 'with, variations oft;/ 30 Hde> n mike'
officials decided to reduce the around the 500 mtrlt' molt of the\ spring One of Its admirers.. to.40 feet In elevations, sharp 5 likii r ndneWlj3ri
1 flight to only eight teams and Robert Sampson: fttift,(\ ;*n* win column might potentially be hit guarded doglegs cut out of ,..Irata.t 'ISt'ybu> \ .t AND/SURVEYING accept only the South Florida oftener and penned;to u* .his suggestions as follows: pine ,,, long bunker and( .1.A'6WiTTi. tpdey e'll enew'gr
'1 i iI' tourney winner,Eastern Air Lines "Being,a treat )overot sports and having watched a sand traps strategically placed 11 A
I'' '' Regittticd Cngr :[jittered Surveyors of Miami because of lack ofcooperation" youthful fort Pleat\bail club defeat my home team the Stuart to catch the long''' driver with end r flde.eT Jill1R W Pr
and shortage of countoured greens well- nei
,, Fla. Cert 148 } Cert 132 and 665 Dodgers .-.,:t :wish to" make a comment. The Stuart team A1HRSTy7
sides .
time In which- the tourney may placed traps on of'hdnt ,
'' 'J be held. Stuart which got the played a great baH,gam. That is, If there Is anything great have been designed to keen the r S ark it cep' ,
>.,I' NO. 2 rating !in Miami conse- about the"eluff.'How- tan the,Dodgers expect to win from pro In the straight\ and narrb1. Service)
.J Arthur Dtlion Bldg. Stuart, Fla. I quently lost Its tourney berth. other 'baH tl bl.1VhetoUter kali clubs are filling their teams according to Dick'I Wilson'golf ',w NOTt \ t3.. r

1 1- 1 Mann Is expected to pitch with youthf 'PiaY'&lIt several Dodgers have the staminato architect who designed. the Ca 'Service ,_
Jesse Arnold Jr" his hill ace, make good bill 'platen, put a few players Isnt a ball club course. o JI> HIGHWAY B. I I
: against Clewlston In an efofrt Then too, border lor any to get ahead in the season series practice. .Regularpractice sessions for the Dodgers seem to eligible to enter the tournament,

between the two teams which be taboo... There are some, fruitful young fellows that would according to Uslna who stated
the list would be held
TINES 1 make fine ,baH players U given the chcce to cultivate their entry open
TASTE until tomorrow A field '
G. morning
i K'......, 1 .n abilities The.IUeaJI seems tq be too dutch on the older players.Old of more than 100 Is expected. H&re' Moved to: Otr 'New Store
i I IN ICl /CREAM Nina I ..finxlpdrrd real player and fin, but they 'just don have the hustle thst 1307' E.; I
Diliciom Soda* anl undoes Made With I AI RaA. : 1N heeded tor,tastbalT) %an fcthletlc! event. If they have the ; "Fourthjptreet "

SWIFT'S ME: CREAM ...11...., 14 b .,551.ellInn. ability to hustle'the'noctten doat show It This article Is not Are You An NW 'and USED FURNITURE K,

; W,, 55151. II ,511OrSbm being written to, discredit; the Dodgers ball club, but to make B., MINSCHKECLIMTONE ,
i SAlad Plates f nd Sandwiches 5 ,515 yI :.
I 0.45))., .511H the club awaw of the. mistakes that can and should be corrected
) ::1 : \. Drug: Sundries I Cosmetics' I Arnaud 1:: :.111Pmu.rk .111Wllll.u :Tha paying. .' ,_public. should insist that this advice be Expert With -

: l.1 DAN EL'S I :,. t: .110:.114.GIffl. .: taken.<' h'a : 5--I

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II. : II 115J
'J' /: The Friendly Spot laflh* Host Office Arcade E..ln. Amend. IS 1 ..lfl 151 NEGRO RECR Ti H.PROGRAftI"r.IA Shotgun ? WAX
: I
0. REIN.' .511R.m tD'
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!HlllMllllllllllllillllllliillllllllllllllllillllllllllllll!I I 1 I I I I I I I t l I l I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I"I I I I I I I I MMIIIIIIHIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIU I I I l i i l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I!l i I I I I I I l l I ; .."... 1 .ee5,151 :+r S It takes a lot;; of specialized U's Spra&date, / AH Crick* and Crevices,
r A. recreation program 'for",negro inow-how to become an expert Of' Your Car,
: I GRI ER'S I <'.- ......4. lltrlwb. thou ir for .ti pl!Ins f: I' youngsters;from. /:3d; d am,'to BELLE GLADE 2 with a shottun Joe Davison, lOTOSRVAYStuart
.. ..
| STAURANT I *,r4 lansn ,1".1. I 1. 4:30: p.1Q. through'th0'sumnver one of Americas high average Youa
RIVERSIDE/ I II trap shooters has drawn the 'sums led u.e ve uorlos
5 SPECIAL M/.Nll divided their first two clashea.1 will get under way next week .t: following let up THE EaN Ma HQD P LUSSICATIONv.5
EVERY DAY 1 questions to
Hi'{ I Harry Vaughn Is his likely opponent the Stuart Training.; School! and Harold 1 Anderson limited a: discover for yourself Just how dpd r lmsuf TN. Now Me5 4
Tried Chicken Sv'akd Oysters and Shrimp = ]
| ,
Little Dixie Baseball) park, It much-improved Stuart Junior much you knw abut your scattergun 1
I fee
:, fi ; :: HOME (IpOKED The Sail fisher* romped to an was announced Monday:; Felix baseball team to two hits as Vero I : Davlson incidentally. I E vlce Station
| Tastyf Deli oua Food = easy triumph la Boynton Beach I Beach scored a (-1,victory here baa a lifetime average of more
A. Williams will be UV. charger W. cult Isooucts
& UIN,-Mm V|' Pate r*
"14-2 Arnold and Hank
? as nan B7 cent on |7.000
) per tee
i.l/, ., | MRS. ALBERT GRINER; | Pennork limited. the errorriddenhome I The dally! schedule will Include Saturday afternoon. Peter Barr "Istered A.T.\. targets-so keepon ,
J'' club to seven safeties Arn- organized play unfit ,1ft:30 ..m. and Billy Hardwlck collaboratedto
; your toe as you match. mental i..r .d. : t'S .p..a.
t I DriX In CuA Service = old who pitched six Innings got handcraft until ll'SOV; 'Thythms hold the visitors to three hits shots with him. fI .

,," j, S Mil r NORTH ST LUCIE RIVfR BRIDGE ON FED. N& I = credit .1 ', ,1II/I111fI1U111II1111I11I1I1II1II1/ 1111111111I1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNERSPRI I the year as,against one defeat. walks enabled Vero to cop 1. What factor, determine the '
r /",: I Horace Arnold and Ray Hctsle)' I' and organized games to I the detcslon\ although socrtn 'orrect lead to use for a flying Pence'CoSisteuction Co
,.f I I paced a 12-hit attack on two age groupsrfrolh'then until only one earned run. It was 8tu bib? .
Boynton hurlers Rain delayedthe 4:30. Games to be < d[ MATTRESS I fourth straight t, How many pellets are In an Pho 193
L game's start 53 minutes. Include Softball, marbles. relays, It came by a much closer SCOT ounce of No. I ; .
and ] I heavy shower caught volleyball ping-pong, tennis and than In any 'of the previous 1. To what extt: hare shot D-7, Bulldozer $fh I> Blade or Rake

BOX SPRING I MOndaY.'s hall .an inning. newcomb. .. .. .: .' : ._..... tames. hells been simplified and standardized I
I I from possible annexation their i Legion-sponsored Stuart in recent'yeal'll Also %'fflird'DraglineS
on 6 lei: i 112th victory of\ the season rl In an 0115115.0 '.: ",dT: :: : { : outfit will play In Belle Glad 4. What are the most popular. % '
'f" I exhibition tilt with Lake Worth r1rlri1: ; -. tomorrow and be home again for barrel lengths for fUdfowlsboot. s:

,; $69.50 Value \ $5950N I here. Stuart had Just been retired .- .ll.4 for D. Hints I.I ail a return tussle with Bell Olad ing? Clearing GrAin? '.' DitchifitT,. ;
; In the 4th frame when a < iMlRgir, Monday afternoon at 3. ANSWERS -
N OR DOUBLX SIZE 30-mlnute downpour put further W1.tl B uk. :1.:'*144 I;Sit tit m-4)t Score by innings: I 1. The speed of the bird the Dikilf \ltp.A'. ":
play out of the Rut k llrf In=f."M*, H AroUHrt.l Vero Beach 000 SOI- 101-< 3 0'' distance of Ute bird from the 1'OR "
r., i Ft. Piirce SleA Shop with Stuart leading 3res Wet J ., :. lMm ltmtt?ki. 0>f4.Ar.oM Stuart .000 000 010 1 3 5
: ...' tm. Uw klllOnvl I' ? gun, the angle at which it t II fly.
.i.iI grounds had delayed the game'sstart t. H. An l Id. H.i.Wj. 7jEr>.!4 Uf .. Anderson and Plamondon: log in relation to the shooter and
; Tori I'irrcc, Fla. ? 120 N. 2ndBt. Phone 710 48 minutes The learns! had Mr-SI5A t. .....!.. Ravel" I. Lneenn.at5,1 Hardwlck
) and
1 Ban (8'( Mlspel the rate of
t. .mtse a 110.... speed of the shot
executed three double plays and -r.k Ie I. .45011" .to Ik 0J[ harg*.
-- -- --- walks had been so plentiful that I Side.I.e.m.s.mw h S.dd Bt., P/.1.r1 ttmiu. r a,,nukes Sllae., COURSE, FOR CITIZENS 2 Approximately 225. f NO MOOT hone i 2651MSj ,

five batters dldn appear officially J. Am.H, MwmkSub+5J:,Andd,1, I. The 3, A quarter of a century ago | W'ITWOIM ,
\ WIN YOU N DLJ4JMB Tom Evelyn had held Lake' kr du.r. I, kr Tkom I .... n Gainesville July average there
14,383 different .
Worth without a hit In the four k.ll.-olf I. A,..U. 1.. oft h..... S homebullder amateur gardener were kinds AW
ff Cto r | M> I till k? citizen and clvlc-mlnde ot shot shell loads Today there w .VOLLRATH
Innings Irk" --kf kr.f: :I 18IIII. R.M .
are 137 still plenty for all kindsf .
,1 : R Sundays box score < kW I 4.4 I I.I.IfiMlnv S man or woman Will have an opwrtunlty a
STUART *. ftff ..'oS 15 < ft : .. :.. l.4 .. : F.NET.
ARKHP0 A tPnti Sit I 15 11.5 i Trap and wildfowl shooters plumberiWt
wTi knowledge of the latest trends
ld ,
.. b Ice 1 < i I.
OR ANY rktkp I I 1/ 5 1 r
: generally use 30 32-Inch
,, or full
Ilk5--T51.I.n. I 1 Iu 11\ the development of the homer
f l.if I II ,. H A'noM e 1 I I H a.
HN.V015. ,1i1 pLL.lo-J.: Alm.4t:: : OaplpMd4; 'JIil community- next month here choke barrels because the longer _
i ..... 11 0 I tl BUk. I :r ,
: If | ... ... gluing plane makes gun
,. the of point.
!. BUILDING MATERIAL l I....... cf .. 4 0 1 1 Tnn..Ndtwerl5. University Florida
Willi...... ,../b.tf ( 1 I III .. log more accurate and dens "" Dependtbibl
''I Holly Ih i I 0 0 pattern are required. Howeevf Qu k,
I I: ,J [CALL OR SEE .Munk r.q r 'rf Sb J 5 1 I I A i IH I I I I most skeet and upland shooters! E RVICE '
.ll i< rf I I I 1 Sal prefer 26 and J -lnch barrels of
J'. M 4 Oi... "It.Ik I I t t e/ Your idle cylinder, modified
1 1 Arnold p....rt.Ifc 40045. money choke or speeal 'ANY SIZE Jdl
I ,1! j" : : skeet! boring for faster hand- ED TO
I East Coast Lumber ..14UITU I flog and the 3U8 D
more open patterns ESTfUTEAVollrathJPlumbinV
t' 'I > H.ncl fur "..", I.l llhit ,
", H5I1N fn Kmm .1,115. desired In short-rang ihoottogRBOCAST .
*BOYNTON BEACH V -Can earn ,

{ t 1II + Supply Co. T Bmlh''riw' Ih rf All I t R.1 HCO t. .I AS S. .1 .. 1 Charleston AT July CAMF I..I_ Cadet : SetYi; .

I 22& ,..In... 110 55.1h, I I 1 I 5 115 5 5 1 5Oro. 5 \.2 /I Charles Benjamin Arbogast' Jr, I .
I j 11.51'n n.p .1. 1 S % of Stuart, ria, a member of tM RIfY 1t OLLRAT '

P6uuc 1 if O, Box 305 Stuart, Florida .... Ih... I 1 I 1 I I 4 t dU .II. class of 1M' at The Citadel the all Akron A J. 1 :, gtaarlI.
".,It. tTI 1 I I 1II. Hilary College of South Caro-,
-. Pu.ln--I .-If-Sb 5 I i I t 151 AilfUFf'I Bna, 1 Ia attending the Fort BeU M., +rr.p.... .' ,"

I I .t volt ROTC Camp, Fort BeUoir.
,Fh VL With him are 17 other Clta-
d Say/gs del'cadets.' The camp started L.jj-: ." 'N i1Cz

tI IBF C LOq Aojbuh June II and will close July 31.Attend.nce : :1B'R
V cr a paW at camp Is a. pre.
'1'I I II Ii Th6 FeflM*l SwrlnM i\lji Insurance Corporation equlalt for appointment u 2nd wil AE. .ctytN( ON; 7 It, .
lieutenant in the reserve of retur '
Insure individual tclrtte
I i + t J and i wife jnsy I>gi'totit l OfjHB.000 to,5,000.fully Injured.Husband forces upon graduation.1 "OLDJRES,, :and AIT IFS

First Federa i US SOLD
r tatitif ac un legal Investments sLT
for Trust 7llgdl'ag belt held *r GntrdUn., County Judge Arthur R.: Clonts
Administrator and x tors.C yesterday reported 129 of the
new fishing licenses which became
'tiorWrii effective last Thursday : 'ON

C .have far been sold by his office,.so SAt RNOSTA: .

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Whatever Jou Need to Build- Large or Srnll[I See Us. SAJIis r['Loan i liJ ON, PUkCfl tSC'OF'NEW.: : I

11'9 .Asso\ation
Building: Material of All Kinds. '( Indian> ttiier County Aiioto. Titer ;irld Batterieil '



9 1r CASA LUMBER SO. 16 -20tha&4HaF* l 'Urfot<, Seeretiry- reuurer -2137 filck. ca .H" ottitrIefet'SA". .

Mainklr FkraJ( 'Horn* Foes Bank and y deraT 'I 'B DLt dwDt /.
STUART PHONE 66 :, F IDA I // 8 Tlnt 'Wd loan Insurance .
Corp. "
II I Gl/rot tfivUMfld,fat*. .,o.s )i36- ': -- .{ :. Via!'

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.... FARMERS URCEDTODVYBONDS TO BUSINESSES TAX IAW SUBJECT INCREASE Replies to request from employers from the In oom-response ___LtGAi v IIEMENT_ "ii iirnviIN

mls'51WIhllt quarterly wag reports JUDGE THE, Covet MACTI OUNTY THE COUNTY eTAds \ '

&8PHONE Tallahassee, July; t. Florida be submitted by the 15th OF 'LORIOA. ,I
33HEDES1e Nosola Y C 011'0..... ,
,. '
[ : Industrial and business establishment instead of the legal deadline of IN Rit LOTATE: r ,IIt

subject to the State 30th have been very favorable 500515 3. N.'TE; I ''I 1 1K. I
I t:1
: Smith reported. : : : '
tax :
Unemployment compensation _ All' OS '.,. h" 4.of..
-..,... law reached record )high of 11." lII.t.. .I'I, .1- ""Sn .."". '
11I111111I11I11:::::: :: = Calnesvflle JulyIi order LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Rod ... ,..",.. '0 ,,,Im 0. ".,... .'n '
531 on June 30 Carl B. Smith -- '
PER WORD ORDIN.IVJMt'M .' I ))R RENT to have money to meet emergencies \ Florida Industrial Commission I ADVERTISEMENT Fo iDr'a o.ld dl.o4: tol-, ,'vtl-II:II ",.Ili-;,:, 'oi'' ,.y Co.sIy- 0,0 ; ',

I Crossword Puzzle= J and Vo build* I financial Jodn_ Mont' ',, l'tl.' '&,pls ISa I
r lie FOR 11 iiiiimiiiiiii limimimiiimtniiiiiim up chairman reported today. Smith 0':.: :. : ;,"; ., It S: 1

,Jfc PER WORD CAPI.A.VIMUM FOR RE1 backlog a"lnsInllatlon.. pointed out (hat the June figure 04.50 ,III. "'l' .nt.,,I'S' I,,,, Ito d... ,
Me-FOR 17r THREE ROOM Florida farmers Increase of 60 .f Ih, Ih., '..11..""'", ", Hut..leo 1 '
A APT !MALL ;< [WLT ACROSS I*. Aquatlo bird were urged bythe represented an Eons invoed no.' ha, In snIllo -
DECORATED, .. Taal.n !State! the record of 11 : I : ,
)Sl ELIA1KT TRIC with 40 Eilataatllcb.a Agricultural extension over previous ::::; laIn th. 'to.. C ydold.nc
LIGHT AND )L Quiat Service 1948 *01 a.II,,.,. ,fh,' l.ls.i,
today to continue their {i71. reported1'1( February
niiimlhllllllillliHimilM'iiimiFARTMSNTS; ASONABLE TEAR t. A.latlo natles .d ...,... to. ,... ,,01,., .,I ynoldnu. -
FOR RENT 44 o These purchase of U S. security bond hi. hi. ."0".... to. l It wall .t.-.
BOUND ENT rilONE 100 1 .T2.lj.r. ca late-sal"* pnnles are being re- "Many farmer bave realized Al, hi. hv. ''I'n's'' o.lid b a .....: ;::.. ." ..r .1IV '0> ."" .
iIIIltIII IUlIHIflhIIIIIIIIIIlIHI l ,, M"Y20UTYPEWRI assort. i.aa slimed today In The Stuart art overlooking the importanceof :;' Job' .... I IAl
IlL v::; IT Knnt.0 New. and will remain' as a the Importance of t saving tome safeguarding themselves and (1.511K MII'0ER' It I
per"t ,, ,
t RS FOR I," oa ha 'titi .
11. Byonth 4*. VtllltF of their return from in E. thyft ho 0fat "C A.sI. L
week or Phone 300. Wild; at anent feature on .this pale.IT this (heir families against possible bid, 'as,' ., 0." ....'.t. ,
nflPa.olou Extension Director ,
CI..r .... Capturo Answer te today puzzle will way, HO crop losses and other unfavorable IIIICHA G LI11IotAI ,
The (1
lito ,
ft News Office tf '1. Arllele II. Uorgo In this Claytofl Hid and It I* hoped development atnnreoaiapt'ieat .j llno'li .1 A.oe (1,1, f Ol'1mlt' I'l'ah
appear next week. 'r
f R-REt.:, | Two down-town II, 8..., 11.It. Mrooif space that they will continue to buy He pointed out that E bondsIn i a, Ii '.14 10. 4.Do-u"

M 5 [11 l partmr u. Newly furnished. :I: uafu rnaa 0. Wlntor Randame I maulS troo' tht se bond and that other denominations of $25 to $1000 't"i.i EGALADVEaTDEMEOO1'. ..... .:
1 ,
All eke c; equipment Phone 13. eplko of ean M Italian coins farmer will follow their example '
''I IL Cultnro are available at banks and Post: LEGAL IIOTICI .. I I
N'r, 'ru lZ pn.l IT ftsril -i- CONDITION
SIliart M OP
May 13 tf : 1 '" In time like these It is 3fflce* and that the farmer who TO I II. WHOM fT MAY CONCEII'PC 'I ,

iipBirATIAVfcC, i J1IJI!!; I' FOR 8.51 ft I Floor sanding msv- I ,..,-" :t Slant tlrdnllns highly Important for the farmer guys them will receive $4 for! C1T17L/S BANK or STUART A TO ALL JNTt.IIUnD PAnTIES' '
; blast
PacIadu of lime a il Slu.r"Florid, at lb. ,hwo us hull' Ilyc. la i"',',hi in,.,, : That L ...-
-- chIne d edger<< Reflnlsh U: PI.ral ,I. Q".llt'. el D-dw"N t9; maintain, til* finance In even n h* Invest in them at 0'Oa Sass 50, 194 a no.0. 50ubolo 00. I 10 .111.... 5,14 Ca 0h. C,', Jlnll Cllr- M I
your n a at reasonable rate l.'1. ope. eour. m.II.. A: Irolalt I table condition No Vocation U the end of the 10.year maturity 'Illlitltatlit -, see.Is.d usa -50 .com M."lo {"..nj. H..rMo. at 1* 1'
roubl. ,51. Owln. t. Salt tIrInlr t. Mlitinl: more than I lw vf sOd. $ ( ..d av.0,50 ,..* 010oil.. fYMitt' I I' July inca, on 1'suI
dependent agrtcul
Phoae 4. Alligator Mat period"CITIZENS" 00 b. Fnd.rol 0 n( CIt 01,01"I i .eael 'CornS P '
COURT Co. U I rrcrr f Trj--7 I Cor.lno b(rd lure on natural force, and the I-. Iv ooedo..O 01,5 u 5.11 m.d.by Ctarln K H.m. for ''. ii tm tuanhlaoU :

AIM MENTS FOR RE JWWOg week, largeoms L 9 .. THlo of AthenS wise farmer will be ready to meet I lb uho l'tiool 00. .lO.u.n'o Bank,ai Bunk Authorll..lib.Olhf DIoOfl ood ,br, ,.noponlr& 55,00' mm,, .I:.,.,i.,ti::l,d ilnrellhiK t; 04505 on a, ,

SItAR FLORIDA double 4 I J I t, SwlottaplulI. crop failure due to unfavorable / > O1pma.90'a sulidIlo ,, I'hol *11,15 0, I, ,
ersl .Fully Equipped twin Hollywood L._ ._ I-- Aorlfortn' lultlI. weather or other conditions over ,.A, 'n'' l5 *15..' h... ... Palo OA ('oun',. 1'hndo.votIly 1 ,II,
Jury I D' bed"",. I Hotel, Federal Hwy' 'I- '. I I ', f,",, '7' Koet Veoet .
Unatop :
Illodwlieepff.Apartments at brld tf which! he ha no control"Reports I 105'Ot ;:: I.m;11'1' "M l"lI'1"I, a'ly Joist ,
BurdenIk received by the extension is ,tlmIivl, $ tenceI O4'booi, oa.'lOa'ny. I ,'polll'it" ( 'Anal au'S 7 \I .",
low Sufmer Rates uaaauiautuiIa HiiiiinilillllllllllllllillllllCE I i l ; rt f:% '"f t 0 "*; il' LOM brll lanoo official .indicate that 1 s"yald: i'n"l"le; ;: ; *;,: sow nosed '"ll'nohleslIol ; .

,Open All fear Round I t""" I'. a'1t I ," ', wto'Ohneon i
W. T. Pw-ET. Mgr, SER ) OFFERED mjggg'f tlnootl Muio wavoi UB anlloto many farmers are buying security I lass, III 01 ,eu,;; ,lb :,,;' J't, ne-ourS I : "
1111I11111111 J 11. tarXlolo bonds regularly and' consistently oad b..ln". I I"r I h.t Mull of CityPutin ,' ,
Teleprine (15 iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiillay Lend I, : :,: osaI ..: .,.hold. "
fU: : VIS for summerfeeds ao a. aa 1"7 f' 81 It Unit raouuro* In efforts to build up financial KONING sn1rta Ire AIIIOTJlUT! I

111I1111111111I11 1111I11I111111I11111111. your 91. a ont reoervea. but some other* d,' lout n'oa Tug: "ITY nt'ST\IAIIT,
coaling and electric wlr -' 17 ii. m otcroaa Se' T. J t., "ktNrncDY.uO .
37 ------ --- II
ALE Int 1 airs I' ; Jl 5 n* a hol....... '
FOR "r Biuer Frijldaire : .
: ,,
on record that neither: from f":' -'-' July I oml O. 1.... .
Soles I Service Z08 Dixie J at Kard'uilDt ,,,
111111I11I11I1111I tlMIIIIII'lllllllllIIII! llirhw I t'f loST Ji 31 in! Lopart Philadelphia por on any other ,, ,, ,, ,, 1.uoasa LEGAL: ADVRTIIEMcNT'I
Stuart, Fla, Phone I
will the ITW
- 10. Borfi1J. occasion speak of -
R SALE1" Bulrk. Good 362. Julys 40 ta 04 Luro n I
"smoke NOTICE APttcTiON ron TAX
'i filled OF
rooms. ,, ,, .I r
dItten. tie SftN cash In.I 34. HorpontlII ' us. 009.50 PEED' l'

,;fro Vanes :ward, Jr. Boa "",,111m m: ORATINQ- '"" [C. t7 11: How taullouo And that a promise. ISo,.. Hill N,. 1ISNOTH > ,\ I ,

I tq5 Stuart I July I PAPER JIAM.ING. Summer ia ** til', HllltgnY fMVBN, that I
......-i--'''ni prices! we estimates C. RonIt I 1' I ,) 1'' f6Tte C .l C, fehivac ui toMrr ,.f thr' ftflpwtMorlifkol. '1f..
[1M) 41. 81 t:: :
ioi. hM fllod sold "u"W., al. fur a .
RioIttMEWK. It ,
used er Beach.
risen 1 f
R SALE-.J ad Frlrt. July lm101. '
,Ire Kefrl'ff art reUflIlble..IIfOf ft
] MAMA! Treat ,, .
Sales r her - II. BolrI.o tk., dnrrtt.ll n 1 flh.'ln'' m t" n d tko "
Frigid re aui4eltite H > ,. .. ... I '. '
'I .. d : ;
200 0 Dixie liijhwaj., to an fClrntabl wonderful! oi. FIrst 1I.lud.: mao I 21'.1. 711141 na follnw t,In, .hh'h h It wt a an' a* I ,
motionMama ilrture "I Remember 1-1- tl: ,
tuut 01*. I ne 362. lul,$ : ;T- ; m. .. }I'TI.
CorllflMtF N 'I 1
1 lyric Theatre Tbur t do ar
FIlE '.;"I''U24a81''' .... .. '.
84. Bill of far r of I nn m*, .
R SAl E OIIOiatrl" ,tow day. ft lay and Saturday ..F. I tjf' I- -- t?. La.... lako '
a,. Thlu., 50w Dnr.,",.'f..,n ,,I P,.,..l.I, It' 1'.t. SOfH .
July <
Ittt 4 .heti drive "Jeep? NeW ,, ,
- II. 1'00' agement by 1 0" 1' I n NW it'nt
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NE*.. of NE' ..f KF', 10 DU
i vet sized tit Alslt estra.. n' I
tPIIO,8 RING,: Repainting 'II''I'' ,' 'lIlOaIIII Oloenot.InetIIl., l.T.ILOO.Ot.$1 It
iiittabl forJI.OO any purposes.r,4 Democrats will I' .k. I' 104,11I
fnrnlualitr meet In I
reparijture| .. rtfinishlnir quadrennial ,
; tl e i. f QI'! work Estimates Florida I session to name their FraUdentlal I ,. ,,, I,. I 51,100,11IN Nose l In. "hirh .aMoitaod' Oonic IIThomH ,

fcl j J fur I jniwmationIpring free Udfords Upholstery nomInee. Unless I all GULF 1w STATION ,, f1SlO'llOll'

_ -July itt Shop ll It N. Ith St, Fort signs fall\ In dry weather there IIIIITI.S C.All u.l>of t)( aakl Martin;pmMrtr: COle' of'boise'FtaridaUnlraa hi 11 I

--- I. Pjfrcei |hone $15.'Ju4n9 Ferris WheJ be lot of names of one kind "" ",...11"""." au.b orr Iflrala ... "*** .'K.hail >0o'I'I
R.i4'' .3 iallnood Bo; I 1 and another called before 'p,,,, ". .....Iow'l 1,00t,25OOiI W'mdwm od l trvmllv* ''I, law U, l I'
17 14 I IArm the
July ,
uIo.'IK: ,
SI Al\ propnrur doorrjbod In Mok or Iftrato uflr.tto r.
Beds, lAerspnng Mat _J __ ,
-I final .' t,8 1hhioW
gavel falls and the teudlil'and I 00. t .
tko kluhot
wlU IW ooM to
lesKes. dre-lr 1 chest By 'HORTENSE K HELLS Net door flCstaurart! ... ... ..
1 of fJ-OOR'' COVJRINpS; ussln' will > 1 10. .. kt emOt 'bones Ome se ISO .T1 '
practically) raise
Irawrrs, 1 ni t table. Rex Itron No sooner had General EIsenhower I J.," Jr/I ''', '1:400:04: : lira' Moodar IK .<*lk .if AUItu.l. !1040. I
Inlaid Linoleum and the roof. just as It did during I. I'l'l I, .. tko .. S.C.'I ...... l> .
I Mile LI. S I hl>k ta i0. .1 4liouil
fi-trl. f May 11, tfIVE Mph Tile Rubber and Cork succeeded tn shaking the the recent Republican convention /4 o Br e on ('H''" I" 16.,...... 'IMa SKIK *07 of. iso. 1545. ,

TUe. .uaranteed 'Installation Republicans off his coattalU than held under the same roof 1 I I'1'1,I. 1,1, ,1I.ITI AC.t\ iCinndt 7oenl 5lI5 J.11. POMFROT 'r

MONET FOOD by e rt mechanics GriffinEeOc -! various assorted Democrats and Out of the I ''I i'll'. l.OIL150,54 rj.rt of Olnolt Coort of I'
I urns In 'let u show )'014 tjnFrigideire ; Walter Wlnchell grabbed hold latter gathering nmoyI50l. StnI ; .
,inc., MP g. Dixie, Fort and from other : .t"L' W: 'filWN
'laq fIVIe' Pier and swung on for dear Ufe. every convention i ISn.anager 1>. OPuk I ILEGAl.
May PROD ( h 10t.1
of which we have had any knowl-] I 6 July I. H. IS. nd it 1WKAtFrt ..
IndRefrigrralrtdalretial II oda,. 155cc frtif.iiJfiQ: T1I for we.If > When the Republicans nominated edge broadcasters and column '"''" "I"' "r ..RAND4 ao.aouOuIlL I
1n4 SerylcO.ti a former Democrat Wen- A I I ," .1 ... AovcaTlsEMEsT, ,,
.; : file ,n pelt' Litella Dow- bits have spilled i .
pUw Stub ,. Start! 51*. dell Wllkle, as their 1940 stand' countless words i ''I'. or.. '..10'1. LEGAL AtVERTISEMENT ; I'I'IN
ii., *Itl Prance Are Fort and )
licn 261. JolylltM aid bearer, they at least knew phrases One has been rcipealed u'h"' NOr CIRCUIT COURT or THc
5'ies' rhine 187-M for I "CHAPY" Sd-i "I'" .515TH JuOCIAL CIRCUIT OFI'POOfilDA
app01 to often that
wtattlscy\ were getting;. .that is It causes 4 I, ,; IL I I.'.,,,s. .; ....J.,. .:: ,;; 04 ANOn 01)0 MAOTIM ICO4)CTYIN
tog 5AL5 On.nway 141at D.. II8f'Li more than the Democrats will us more than1 a slight feeling! of l' ,,"} "' ,.",", ,,1 I h."L, nOffl'bt,', 1501 CHANLEY
nausea th. ,"I I, "Ilne I. t... 5. liii b.ot 4
and "
Gome, 65 res, t houses, OZCLan4-cleating, know If.. by, some remote possibility ...we here<<: and now_ go > ..r. ,,,11 ,,"".,,,,I l.. IJ.lkof, / STpiu -

|n txcellent r idition. will) dit ng and tilling rhone Eisenhower should becomethe I ; I" : : ;MatatlrfjHCIBN ; 1 ,

aching house vault shed\ 12 tf Democratic ; ;( .
nominee The ,
--- visN'nce I DAII.V STOKFfl( t ,
stage. F. F. Adams, hobo PO7uJWAIT until it, too late. General U an able man an officer -I .1 II ,,<<,. \\ I\ ,,,,. ... ....,......1.I f ,
und. Fla. Phi us J711. tf for who didn't of III I 11 NOTICE 1'0' AppEsuOW '
Sfjfus today automobile need an act "''mm', ...r 7 i'l.tI.0', 'y.llt.IIe., Tnt leANt: Of 1'ln: STATJI 09' .
In rappe (hat you bred under Congress to make gentleman ,.'. ,",oj ."b, .'hod. "b.Inm.ml FIXKI1." : ,
R SALE- ocl saddle hea ,,10. .,t.. ..I Jl.. I .9 TO m.I.LN BA11KY "flOKIH, Ml AhWy r
young tl tiff jnanf'a'| l responsibil but, politically, may bea I have been offered contributions, I have refused all for the ret nI ,""NNA M.r.XANI'reN,00y i ttaiwl. h'ifxinffhan, ahlttan, I
0.... L. C. J* kilter. Box Jl Law Theodore Dehon A Democrat, Republican or Hot PabIl.a IT .M HUtt.Kf; IIHIFUFII' tkot you I
I in
1M, Stuart, FI.I 1 JnneMtfllVLE Dehon Bid,. Phone' II. tentot; no one know except I don't think that a CITY MANAGER EXTERMINATING. FUNDorder / ""l'.I"'OI'. i-," l.y U. 1000.0l aro ,rmolmj; : 'nr': : n ,HI July III:h,
''''''' ml' '1) An''os" So. 0. .1 N. y 1IMI to tho ,9.IyIIl0 filed aKalaatkovr
Oul frlendlyTa tf General Dwtght Elsenhower and believe .: "u''' ." ,'...hI.. ml l.'l,.C I nidu. .' .loele.l.tGAL II I coo I. ... 1.M Ind ,ut... ..."..
w .- __ he obviously 'consider that his I he CITY* MANAGER will see the light and get lit. I ---I taloe kill tar 41""r. Uf **ii b'H '
Inct and title ft sura e er- THESES. elastlfl stockings, I ADVUTl MElT .III ho .Wn on IIlloel'd. U4 The i i$1aC I'
'ices are now Aared to the e, pads, anklets, etc. Stuart political* affiliation, If any Is I believe Ul I that is necessary is for the CITY COMMISSION to iNfiii-coullt OF" 70yv0< ho hn, hr .,,,,:'''04II.. '
something that comes the ilittle and rev ty JUDGE ohio' J, *" I' .."lny 06.11 50 :
under start and take time from routine affair beei/to "dig
;ilu! and ffilul scum of you ug \Or! ,. tfro' more OF "bOOStS COUNTY, S GCIDA a- ; =, 0 SIll, k Ims C.ulooo- '(
IL. Von i heading of his own personal in." Everyone, cluding CITY MANAGER should know whjf I mean. I I" 'Ill \f 117111,1 I' Tit '
are cof tally _Invited have trouble with your business as indeed It doe* In the ''' WITNhSH: m, homt ..01 1 ..ff/ctal M.1 l lh
a nsK uu of.ilr title f cllit (enl not laying: Then use role of soldier or private citizen.I Remember t tlat the CITY MANAGER IS HIRED. The QFTY COM. i sal-I,;: \Ill ,l'i-a, 0i7Ni'll, J JI I i .1 Sam, 1'.1., ,.. \10 ,Kill d.. "tH

>..es any time! Our court lies, : Fsn-a-mln., Stuart Feed If, like Barkis he to willing and I MISSION i. electid, and they get paid every time they merf As paid I T'ffl' TO CREtOI1. S J.,.Hf. At. IM', I. P >MFBOTt .

u i and/ fast *eAce rABSTRACT will' \ d.-1 \tore. ttENTS receptive to the Idea of possible city servants, the Vre supposed "to look after our affairind give us "I'I I I: < 01. mm ho'IOOC.fI (" r: : ( nvrtnCo '
'n 1, N 1. d'ood 'M ,.:, ,.., .: .
t I I 'n > ftorldaPub
'JW you tot Could '"mps. All nomination U become a matter value received for fl e huge sum it cost to run this townfr [ :::':" :":t ::: ; : : :; 1C'1."ft rosy !I..II i
ttiriTLB'SlRANf : .:, ,: :::: ,
: I I Ises Immediate delivery. of public and general Interest I ran for the cA commission. I made the primary,Jrut got beat in J1IHNOON e lot.mfl\ObI: I :, I

'>|tues: Arthur E COSI btion I\Nf.INe Bid,., Stuart Hardware Co. PhoneIW Itt It, would that__ the the run-off I tnighrjiun again but I don't want to hay /to beat one oEm :i'::::;11, /:: I;. '::,,:,::,,..01 i ,,,;i2'i, ":'i. '5.'linO'wu, ,j"I'' i't u. Solo 1 .II. 1540. 't'I'i I

ROY LIT,*'ES of his seem political/ beliefs Uncertainty plus- ,. employees, visi Tke CITY MANAGER togetherJith several opponents. 101",. ... ''n I.. ...,101",...". Ik.. LEGAl ADVERTISEMENT :' ':

President and B'neral'Mgr \ KkOCK.OUT! All \ ; :" i'ii.t.on.7", .
his unequivocal statement that :
lire quarter centft-y Florida for pop! John Garfield, LIU he has no political, ambition, After *the last ity\ection I found it was the CfTY MANAGER I \ ::,':" / ,:". ::: 'f ,,,, J \ I.,. II. loon ..' .

4; aunt Abstract ftperlence) Palmer in "Bud, and Soul" would put an end to the effortsof had to beat, together wh several oppdnent 3-et t'a don't let this """"'''''', I -e.. .' ''' .."....." ItII NOTICE '
, .., ... .... .. .. .
Juljl and I '0 I.
15Jfront 23 Theatre
II'nolmately Lyric Sunday self-appointed interpreters" happen again" \ f rh. Ih .1, .d..., ",' 1",.. I... f.r;. I' tnn. $ ", t hot II Coal. I ..f
iiSIff-41t 0' ;:r-f' Mondav. also return match and would-be kingmakers Reprint from the Stua& New Thursday No' miser 20 1947s with I "aUK IIUII.'H tf ltlnstl, :;r. ',; Oh.;: 5,0..h., Cloy.Ido .
... .. .. ', .. ., ,, 1n'.oDnIllt .
.ouiu-WalcotIt fight S. I' ',. ', .r'>h. 01'"' 1 ISa'JIICIN oII n f tn I oill e.ovl. !
135 tin 14 picture Florida I voter reaction to the special reference to the len\two paragraphs ofjlditorialt A.. 10" It.... h ,I........1 : ,:, S-mI 1. In T "::h',.. ., rhirMaHk :
haul halfway bet*'n'Jeni a July IELFCTRIC possibility a military man In I J CIvIllY" :. I I '' \. M J ( iso,
00 Fort Pierce Tlenty. the White House has been de- THE CITY ELECTIO / I""'"..., ,.., .<......,.." ::. .AIl, r I to MARTIN O\.I Wh'dortflbrd IAII '
S"lam Next muAclpal' iV election. l'aI, JI", I" 12 '' 00. 1019. .. 'ollow. :
Tuesday's balloting a primary 'd.
per foot ar ( 5400 ,iI FIRM 'MOVES cidedly cool. So far as known ... --:-... -

I of it Half cash osrl T.yodIl The1 Martin County Electric no Florida Republicans were carrying There are eight candidate* for thrA commission office LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! ''11.nrtIu'Ice. n.l 'rh. ofIl.ntkm' tII. '
011 ilaare
owner. 4111 3rd 'It., Company managed b1. John the torch for McArthurand i, -and Tuesday's poll wil Iiminate ivM of them, leaving the -CI.RTlI'ICATF or CORPORATE K.o ...'.101.. ....'8 ....... (81)B.'U1T )00.

l $ Palm Beach il Keller moved this week from its the growth of the EIsenhower cia high men to run it off % the rf girfTr election on Tuesday, IN THE NAM"DI38OI AND UTION IIY THE AUTH. '. .. t.001115.a'OIlno, ', I. I.8611...... Si,. 451 ,0mcI .

lunslIth A .12IW former location in the Dehon boom ha*lagged and dragged. Dee 9. \ / ORITY OF 1HE STATE OF FLail lOA ,
fOB Bldg: across' the street Intq the Although appearing on the first. TII Oil. TII W'fIIM' lOttE; PRteI.IT. 0 ...,.....'.1 hvi.ln I. te pur tim '
SALE old, Each hat the if for .. .
voter righWo voUf for three you vote KHAII. ('''111<, I'RKKTlNfiarh : .01. tloln. ..1.Th I
"hit(, and Flat Whit 5.98t new Dehon building on Osceola primary ballot as "unlnstructed .. I, i.-l. fy hat. ....._..
than three will I
sllon la Ave S 28 candidates calling themselves more your yote bjrtossed out YflM !can vote! H*," 0. ,., ...II....hkunl. M Y 001.. If '... viono. ", .01.. .h.1I ho i I I.uhi"
gallon lol Col. .. : I. ifs' H"n., .'. .." I
for less than three however i\wu desire.. J, lot oslo' II
land porch and deck amIn LEGAL ADVUTlU.UNT Loyal Democrats for Elsenhower" (:.:oIa;, \."ii ''j, ...k:::. t''r.II ..If. """''D..m. ,,5olN.. '", ..I....'. I
ticket. Its It it a healthy civiC li- tM this candidate have ., ..01.. I. tho ,..." ,., Ib..01.. ..
from mis to $2.65 aI- ran as a a safe | | many 't.I "mm' 5 lt' i' 4. .
JUDGE COURT OF ; ; ,..,,.. :: :..: 'I:.. :...,= = Ir
'S. llobe Sound Lunne r CO. "N MAITIN THE COUNTY COUNTY, STAU oriN'sikbAHD bet that the General knew noth- gone into the field There is cflnWderable opportunity)' for vot ,-I-. .lI"..n, .f Ch.",,rr IOOM. Loon of Th. I. B..d. ,If F..hnU., .. .......... T

?!' JM1 r. tIRStLETjjijer ng of the "loyal" support being era to choose-which U a tfA >ng. H",Ida A." of 1400.I STrkL BOATS. ti,. ,Iah' '"'..., .", ..,1 nil bOOn I III.
VhS ESTATIALBERT > M ,.,", ,,... II .. .lth III .
forth for him but the ticket yo prnrinolt
or put For the good of StuartJIhe NVv* suggests that you, as a I ''ot'.. ..t.t h..11. ,-I. n. 4ark.onvlU .(,luvoln 001) lIt C lb. 8,0cC f Ed.. I I
received wide publicity on two ..,, 'lIon ,,f Olato of I '..v,,I. '
wh. Good transportM .- I. HrVITTYNOTICE voter assume the responsjKility ot\eriously I considering the C ""I Hut HU r of Florida. lad r -
on. .. .. .
il .
''. dom IEDITORS counts; the Use of hiS name and wh Ih. khIdu .1 oactPlII to,
Cold, Stuart Afo Cam TO CR'All ( qualifications of the candidates -anst vote for them on their I >I lid I on 'k. SOtk day V JunoA I.I.ARD r cALowrl.f., '
Ier5:3p.m: f OTdltOT., 01 tko I<:."'t. of AlhortMcVHtr the fact that H was backed .by rda T \ U 'j.i tK, C0m., 19 'k:' f I Int I"tko of iioo5cNan.
July merits alon'ltan integrity. ..,....
doooat.*. aro.konhr aotiood Senator Pepper II'ml Ike s. of Hlato of khU .
It SALE Kelvlnaltf, Electric .rooulnd to flo In ola oriodo i On May i. two day before the Vote for the mtnfjour choice arVr you have definitely 'r ..f O'lth.' ,. a Com.nt. of all .h.l'a't'h.in C.II.ATTEST. 0lo.ilh: 11 .bce I 1 '', ,
500 o aialnitnlalo urdth, .
hotnyas of
ante, burner an /deep well ., first Drew Pearson made mind to their civic lifieationa and their "'h, p"oalol.'nu.,' uH 000.. aIIurIl5r. I., ..,1... 1Fob.
I. Ik* off'n tko Countyof primary, Up your f q ut I I whet, Good coif itlon, $50 Ju Martin Coonl.. Florida. In tko. 182. \h..01." Ih_ dU.olutlon of .urhrl I
broadcast let
his weekly the J. 11. ac. S 1.s. Ir.
lUll ... ..u 'mmus. Stuart. Florida vIOlin ability to operate a fM\aa dollar busmethe City of Stuart .", .'.'. km. nnd ISO O'c4a.oesI0ua. loll. I
,,. vcu Jr or Phone world In on the secret that .. ... .., -
...h ,lu.Iondreoovhufrowt50du'5guob ; a -and you can'bRo wrong \ i. ".rlo.d I 'h..t I. -witnta of .law LEGAL ADVEIII uiu"'i"tTx
July ..hll..tlo. of thla aotloo; hu.., .hKrn e..pll.d l with
] 01 inow > ticket for EIsenhower was being
4k> or 1.0.oud o>aM h* to wflta.t Be chary of f/fllowlng/ "direction," by ay clique or group. IN WITMrNH: WHEREOF; I han ; P TlU i
J! 1fO. flif.IIWAY ui.S.abapOe. of ro.ld.a' i iponsored by Senator Pepper ......., ..... DEED '
: This is YOUR ELECTION. Think for yoursck in
: : it and choose "tfc"o"J I
:1 Sralnof
: t and said Pearson, "predict 1 that .ffi..d ., tko H.suCIIiPas.Iu ,
ftonIJ,5. f.. jVhxy. *y ... ..... ...,.. .. h, I.... ...10..... the EIsenhower ticket will your own cant!' ales on thir merits aa me"\ 1l50. of Hur da. at TallohanM. p.,
0I ft. .'_. .. It .III "" weep ,h. 1'.plt.l. .hl.' th. thlr NOTICC I IIS.rnls
deep. f th of Stuart hi. hit lelh dar Is HKIlJ.nV GIl N. Ihot
00sf ltd .-: :::4. ...."," t. "'... the State,* Well out of the 28 This editorial Afers to a A CLIQUE. wond VeouId this be possible Jose. A. D. IHS. n U,. lh.odoo.yuIfInao I
Hobe So' Fine bus!- ..?01 rJttlr. A, II. ..... isJner .' ; ? :r.f.:1:: ,'f I: to,
candIdates such a
ma tit5, Specia )>rice $8.35 A.D:4ulIlAovuu.d: K McVITTT IT* eight were elected. ? I wonder a thing as a MINORIty| \LlQUE in Stuart !R A. TRAY Oon 0..d .. .; Thoy.etlfin.

U (. Ash for [ Uet per : !nlllritof With' Tko 20 defeated. It that 1 Is a iweep I wonder if/motion and second about REMQVINC OUR PRESENT: 1Jor......, of I..... i .$. ........ ..d noun'r .......
> Broken h .... of Akrrt then don't know broom Poll Jail' lib II4SSKI 'b. d'e.oOo'aI.s. of I iS. p'oVOntr. R. It. C
'-Opera5, : .. :.. we a CITY MANA / by any member of the City Comm\.ion would produce ...... I. .hlo" 1\ 5... ....... a... ou I I '
J.S km : ou011rr000w. AIIellII. from a yardstick show LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1.110.... 'Icoolnool.
... N, kSAlICIS.r Next week the ITW will come or up such a thing as a CLIQUE'I
Room IlS, I npla' Bldg A'... .. 10. .t, bm, from Philadelphia where the I know y broken-down busmest needs something\ What sloe; a IN COUIIT or THE COUNTY JUDC.R. I Na I.I i
I'.h. II. II TT1 or Tm. of 1045.IlouorlytIus .
:;t'O'.COUNTY.\ lpnu.p.o"
Mayllf I .financially ken-down Q town need, and what djoes a toJL need that i* ,

""""illllllljIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMINOriCES, run not aerdmg to law order rule and regulations iLt .IN, ,.PROBATE' I 01 P,op.t" L 40. '.I
according *IN rthe p. of 105.5. 15 Isebne Ouch 8/0 outs ,

LIST Tour PO P* Apartment and Rental to SELF.s TIMENT'l That's Easy Answer), A NEWXPROGRES- M,HN AXIJI ILUA, BOWERS!. ) .1 font u .In.PB 5, lI-mo 4 and i '

"""llllllllflrilUIIIUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIH, Home* with us. x SIVE CAPABLE CITY MANAGER. To All Who* It May Ctmoffa l50oso..di,' I 11. IJaollo, I. ,,,4.. .0. 1\.11. II ,t .. I

Coal... t I. SoreSt ort!_ that (woln T ".... I. whldl omndood G HTIoo. ,
H? (orisf kinds' electric *.n'II L. LFORP It...,, flhMl hta f nal toM. aa Admin. ._ -
afi1,riJ bilnlot dc koala non of rfc .potato of 'I''
Service galS J6I Joha. .....UII. BOW.M -..., tkat .d.f hid Onuo, hal ''o' the, ,
W 1 V. Mites ..R. .,..,. ENRY. P' L yO'i I ko hoe riled kla potlthM for final at. c....... 01 Ot.rliin. .. 050. ... 01 ....d.. '
AR u M. rllanro. and tkat ko will apply. to tko IJshau buh anntlIilstu' ouo'OIfO..tet I
'"-'J"e BAUER BUYING e SEWN e RENTINC i Hmorakk. Arthur R. Cloata. Conn y atoll he ...._.. ......1.. to "50, the '
Rale 8.",.. JitdE. of Martin County. Florida. .. tho peopos. ....,.... to ..... mntinn.n. uematlOlo.l'n
DI .i Hlrhwar. Stuart PROPERTY MANACttUENT P.S (q vi tat ion L On a Wed.nes.day night,, July 28, I w'|"|| appear lltk Oar of Atuoal, 1141 for appmolof mIll 5. uId (vol. bIuh..I '

N3*. the commiealon. : ,aamo and for f oof dtmbo,.. oo Ad tIddoc aLOS. uuset h.so.I.dooou (5. i
Write P. q. Box city Everybody there. Even folks. Because
( you county nil.,fa.rator do konl no. of tko mIs.. IIroO Oloodur is moatS or LoemI, 154o
''III NU as falling In love 821' North Colorado Avenue a prosperous county depend "muchly" on a prosperous county C, John A.willl. Comet ......... which' So 050 Oud .ky .1 As..t 104e
Bette Dalwl. thlo, lot dlV of ..... 1004 OhIO 2005 nO
D.vla In "Win- J.ly doe Sum. .10450
lng" *fyrl Phone 817 seat. And a county seat.Xlat broke. like Stuart, i 1. not healthy for the awAre r ROWKRS. tCtroals Crnoou 11oo11
lies Theatre; Stuart Florida future of Ao Adailnlolnitoo .. .koala noa of I. .. to1lEROT.
>>y And Wedneulay any county, hoOnOl Of Jots Aou.iiIls','! JI.r1'! doeS of 01,..... .uort 011
dma..od. sonic ('00500. ,.......

Julyl ... .. ,. lot July 0. II, IS, *>.. 1141. D0.M.GUNN.5Q: I
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I I to receive his remain More than 68OOO.,
t WIVES AND MOTHERS Or DRINKING MIN TRIO REPORT Cave Is vacationing 1 today in Nn.1 Florida a been t
: State of Washington. and the Forest Smp
ALCOHOLISMTrntW comment I last ,,20 years for
not available::: tor I'tPlIII*
t $.a.a.IIy With WHII Of H..iI.IIa.rl. -" Xr ONBOYSSTATE private and public (pry
I 1 Writ ,.. ....., .. :
(lit CMrtnmiM PkfMAOl St, PiI."b.re, fl.i 1 : ."JOE"
Jesse Quigley, 'Herbert -Kraft,

r fACt t i '''''- .1 Jr.. and Donald Bowden spoke on MOSLEYPLUMBI /
: at the annual \
: their experiences
CUD v 1 :" Boy State session In 'Tallahassee :
: ATV + two week ago at the weekly ,

I :: ,1, 1 meeting ot Klwanls It t.the Woman' I JOBBING CON /CTlNc
/Tit t little most beautiful place by the ,
Ad' only Sea a to n, i ii i Club Friday noon. Prom Efficient Service All ''Work/Cutr.lJ/ '

apartPalm C t Quigley summarized each day'sactivities I NIGHT OR DAY
Wide open place* i open space with just plaint
?y, during the week and
b '. : folk like you a aPeacefulCoddeann .
wtttufacUli ''reported hearing 'talks by a Just 46
everyone 1 .
number of prominent officials
slbly a 'Each to hit; own,worih 'hen the! da,'* work i II donei Including OoVernor Caldwell N

P- i i : Trusting and pra 'fair-play. I .Kraft termed the week as CIIARLES B. ARBOGAST, JR.
1 Alat, the property it 0 t, the home complete
Then they learn of th hu taxes they mutt meet. one In which the boy from all Cadet t'Arbc. ast; wm of Mr. Alai

\ They. learn of the Oc pUt large, ''doing parts "of the State the"learned legislative by M..... C. B. Arbogiurt of Short, HAMqVED
5 Whose tentacle each t and way During been cadet 1st ,
sessions the approved a hat appointed( 1
Claiming moat a ythinr t come in his way, I group
l t. "The BONDED DEBT & ESS i* that his i I plan Increase the size of the sergeant in the corpj of cadets! TO ;

3 MEAT State Highway Patrol but rejected at The Citadel the Military College 1
s 'f The UTILITY Tl X-which hard> to beat? .. J a proposal that 18-year-olds of South Carolinaand, hat caJon
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:. And the CITY VfATER- 'nly isn't cheap? be entitled to vote been assigned to C company. L
f j Cov James E. "Big Jim" Folsom of Alabama stands before a micro- w
The.. open GAR AGE TRUC&races down the The club had two guests and. Appointments the ROTC are
radio address
plKmt in Statewide at Montgomery and announcedhe
:I- ., street 881', -per cent attendance, lowestof based upon several; important
is candidate fur the Democratic Presidential nomination. He
I ..">' Leaving it's fragfance, Oh, to s el?" a any week this year. factors, the retullt of careful recording ,
suit President Truman "not the
It Democratic
} i ii jThirit; aJI paid for Iccording to J (DOUGH) running" : party,nor DRIVE and ijdy of the individuaft IN THE NEW ..
j .. '. '. DOE the nation. The Democratic convention to select candidate open SECURITY LOAN characteristic. Cadet ...
in 12 CONCLUSIONMartin
rhiludflphia July NEARS
\ :' Where it all ro ,, only the Octoput nowt. r Arbogurt is majoring in civil engineering. -

f lrNow e )'lase food fol 1 what can they do 1 Palm Beach and St. He ha a creditable ARTHUR DEMON BUILDING
V w'ivJi
When their I they have shot Lucle Counties comprising Region record of participation In the
{I ?,Seeking a horn.SllaUJheylbrow md sunshine in this lover spot? TlIURS". July 8.; Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center, 1:30: p. m.j Good ( In the security loan drive several fields of eatrs-c'urkular:

i \ -. up heir hand in despair 1 Government league, Baptist Church 7:30 p. m. In Florida stand second in the activity open to cadets at Tlio Your Continue Patronage Willfce Appreciate!
I } /4P1ba11'they grab U Octopus by his hair ., July 9: Kiwanis Woman'i Cub 12:15: p. m. State as a region with M.. per CitadelZONlUPPEAL
SUN., 11 Baseball Stuart Sailfishcrt 3 cent of Its quota attained as the We 'now hvem>n display a JLmplett lint tf
H j :AIAd blow him tha his i i. the good," OL' U.S.A. July : lit Clewiston. p. m.

;fn,(.!they are her< and,will fight to (lay.C Mon.. July )12: Jtiytee J -ettes, Civic Center, 8 m.ijunior; batpball. Stuart In
t + Bulls Glade!.
vi. Fast.5lh St. Field, : m. City Equalization ,
0 bonds
t BY $76,000 Oln E, F and
;; Bouwl' City hall, 10 a. m. : through
,I Tt'ES., July 13: Girl Scout Troop 2,. at home of Mrs J. F. Bozone, 4 June sale 25.totaled $30,143 The Public it I lAited to DrJ. in and Inspect' '

:;:':> Hen P. LyonsPHONE p. m.; Baptist WonVm'l Missionary Society circles: Vada Waldon, Say the Treasury Department IS REJECTEDBy r New Side

(tff : .. y Mn. Joe Philips 3 p, m., Lottie Moon Mrs. R. T. Jackson, 8 p m., "Less than two week of r

,. Elsie Jutiwm, Mrs Henry Crews, Palm City, 8 p.m... Las Amiga! !, the security loan remain. Only I I
1 9158 I covenkl-dish supper, Mrs Arnold Bauer 7 p m.; County Commission four counties have reached theirE a unanimous 5-0 vote /the Martin Ciunw Electric
bond quota to date- I
Board of AdjUst-
city's Zoning
court house, 3 p m. and Citrus. !
---- WED.. July 14: Rotary Cliib. Chlsholms. 12:15: p. m.; Salerno CivicAssociation. Citrus Is the only county to exceed ment Friday rejected an appealto
Itt ruling resonlng Lot 6. Block
/ NI.I Salerno School, 8 p. m.; City Comnii .k>ii, city hall both Its :I bond and over-all 12 In Potsdam Subdivision on 273 OSCEOLA AVE. PHONEs,

8 p. m. quotas. Nassau County has exceeded which the Baptist Church plans .t;
I /I'W'KX/ \ July 15 Dutch Trent Club Civic Center 1:30: p. m., OES Its over-all quota though to construct a new Sunday School
J I Circle, him !lieon. noon. still short of Its E objectives building from Residential B to C. r
H; I "Florida is In need of nearly I
The. board had approved the GENERALE IC
$12,000000 -
I $1,000,000 In E sale and building being set back only 14
80th Congress Gave Needed of E, F and Os combined to ft. from the inside edge of the
reach its established goal sidewalk and the appeal to the
I surge of sale effort in the remaining order was brought by 'Mc and i ir

Aid to Conservation Efforts two week is necessary Mrs. Charles McLane, owners of
I If these objective are to be the adjoining lot, who were represented
achieved. at the hearing by William -.
The 80th Congress acted on Itt forcement section of the Service "Several additional countlet Berry. The hour-long de- srr/
ar last bill and. departed for homeor I waa.ttrengthened by J50.000 more are within easy reach of both :E bate was terminated when board- G
I for the political battleground than the $171,000 of last year. and over-all quotas and few are .man Dennis Hudson said he felt DOES,
H HI : This Increase area needed badly entirely out of reach. However, "nqtt nl new has been presented
I of Philadelphia leaving behind Intensified sales effort Is required THANKLESf KITCHEN
II I because of the rapidly growing In the case" and A. H. Chap- TASKS
I I lit a generally favorable impreaI population of our northwestern If Florida long standing polka I motioned that the former I
ty J I slot in" conservation circle: the territory. Fluids for the main record of success In all of the ruling be sustained
1 : Wildlife Management Institute tenance of reservation! for mammal Treasury's war and victory loan; Berry was undecided whether I
a 1 stated today. drives is to be maintained Flor
i and bird and for wildlife any further action would betaken
In Ira second session Congress: Investigation I also were Increased Ida' over-all Income is high. In Me.ease ICh.' orll.
Rt I passed the Burke-Wherry Bill substantially Florida' bank deposit are adequate stated four month ago

1 which provide that surplus war The Congress also passed the to provide an ample mar
land be turned over to lh Taft-Barkley Stream Pollution ket for the volume of saving REMAINS OF JENSEN
States wildlife purpose or to the bonds sales necessary to assure YOUTH COMING
Control Bill after rephrasing It HOME
'I of Its assigned -
B. Fish the
I V. and Wildlife Service and .trlkln, out some of Its most
"where the land has particularnlue" forceful provision The bill quota The body of the late Elmore C'sAUTOIU
tkerr.hed R
htre ar* ways for a migratory bird pro ,
? passed the House In Its final form SPEAKAT Cave, Jr., 2nd lieutenant in the
..meatonet UfC holidty brlngt.9oft4pokrpl gram. This was one of the moat the of 1 BOYS TO Air
Army Force
over protests Representative JOINT MEETING In World War INSNWSHE1 '
.1 i | d| of devotion j important conservation measures Karl Mundt of South Dakota -< I II and son of Mrs Florine B. Caveof WSPOSJU1MSMC 4
to be enacted In It ft raw Mawtc Brsro*** w C/MMM '"'
yean. I /
of the ntaunchest Congressional Edenlawn,
y. joyJBt confritulttions, and one Donald Bowden, Jesse Qulgley Jensen Bcah, Is
makes available to State and
ibav the enviout, tdmlringeyttpthtt ,, Federal game agencies millions proponents of a strong and Herbert Kraft will relate i being I returned for re-burial ELECTRICAL
rI anti-pollution law. The bill as within the United States It was
at the Boy
everyone give your I of acres of excellent wildlife hab- j It stands theW experiences announced last
falls .to meet all the Tallahassee two I week end by the dr
need ment State session In dais of ht No am
Itat that only
i.tlaenspmentring man.c demands of conservationists fora commanding officer
of the Atlanta
1tf I
I weeks ago at the' Joint meeting in lp M vtitiui tntmB
to maintain them at a high
lever good pollution-control, butIt Johns Post 62 American general distribution? depotof hauler I V Ih. 0-1 Ik.
j of Harold
: amoed Soliuire, wir61 iii, diamo $149 of production.In J 1 Ilf regarded as a step in the Legion, and its Auxiliary at the Army M+ k wdl wuh dm nosy
the final day of the session right direction. It place a Fed. East 5th His remain are Included in a aW.Ia1Irl! ISk
the Congress passed/ and oral anti-pollution law :on the post headquarters tomorrow. i group of 62 Florida World War .win{ p.rrsen lOdeh Y GL
tent to the White House a bill book where it may be observed 8t. at p.m.' John Keller said II dead being returned from n..sa 4
Adjutant mod.n k
containing the largest appropriation '_ action; and If It falls to ever allocated! to the IT. abuses, It.may be strengthened plans winter activity and for aboard the transport Lawrence
.: 8. Fish and Wildlife Service. The with amendment by a future to Stuart and Victory which la scheduled to arrive -
f 4 -' Ewe record budget of nearly 822,- Congress. It at l least lay the calling attractions attention at the annual national In New York City "at an
000,000 should permit that gentoy groundwork for action In clean- Its convention in Miami early date. The boat Is bring.
to operate with increased efficiency Ing up one of the most unsavory I Legion October. Ing a total of 5,374: remains Martin Cainty Electric
in I
during the coming fiscal blots on the American scene Thornton said it would be two otS 1'
t1t1 year. The Alaskan game law en- The greatest disappointment to five weeks after the trans- 273 OSClOLA AYE
to conservationist was In the I faced with dwindling nesting port1 arrival before next of kin
failure of the lawmakert'to pas I resting and wintering ground I will know when they may expect
b one of the several bills that I require- that more money be
would have increased< the priceof pent to perpetuate that re-
J the Migratory Bird Hunting source.
; Stamp to $2. The fight to increase There were a few other disappointments -
Give Fellow Time to Answer
f a fund available for management I tempered by OTICE
of waterfowl continued gains, but in general the final
,I II ; up to the last hours of the session. session of the 80th Congress advanced ,
I : The demand of arrowing I the cause of the conservation
p I: \ Il hunting population on waterfowl movement considerably. THE/TUART FEED STOKEIS

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