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: August 19, 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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SEPT. 3 3S 3.. 1 Talk on Tax By Red Cross \ In Business 1 ;1 ,i;

Fort Lauderdale, Aug 19 (W) -- '""'-
Start Sept 7. New Florida I Isin danger of losing Detailed plansand, appointments Agree to Condition- Including Warren Blackmon, manager of Health UnitIy' Covered -

Subjects, Teacher I Federal assistance on road build to prevail In case of hurricane 'Principle' of the St. tucle County Chamberof North Fork Drive to' I
InC officials
of nine Southeast
Slated era Florida counties were' told emergency this fall were Ballot Change Commerce office In tort Cost $20,18
here Monday made at a meeting of the Red fierce, cited the need for honesty '
!clbTiation: Of all school Both Martin County legislators The 1949-49 budget for the -
The assemblage Included Cross disaster committee at Martin and integrity through adherence -
children In Martin seven 12th bustriclt'Sgnator Evan County Coml1'111810fwhich calls: i
Martin County officials, County County chapter headquarter to the Golden Rule In everyday I
|t ty' will be held at the Engineer Joseph 8 Greenlees, here last Thursday night: Crary I and Representative Mar- I business life at the noon for a 143-mllI Increase: t/1| taxes )

Ins jnhools in the county County Road Superintendent '%r- Should such emergency arise Yin H Rowell, will attend the I meeting' of Rotary at Chl hblm'* was officially adopted at the t : i/ -
\ thur Rowell.former road chief Chairman George P Htronlmus proposed special cession of the yesterday!'. board! meeting' at the court II -
3 slartJrill lit 8 ::3Q .. f1.. A. A. Hendry, Jr.. Commissioner assistant, 11:. F Johnwlck and State Legislature should it be The speaker cited the American house Tuesday afternoon. :
pal Erwin F John- Arthur K. Sun and 0, D Quln- Mayor W' R, Baker will be at called by Governor Caldwell business system as the After receiving no objectionsto
announced this l week. Uvan Representative Marvin :H' headquarters with high schoolboys probably late in September they world best but said Its stoop- any of its provision. the corn-
| Bowel and CommissionerelectRansom I a* liaison runner( The announced this week ing to many questionable praticei -- mission ordered one alteration to .
4 i will attend only half R. Tllton Legion post and junior ChaMber The two solons said they would has brought about much of cover the expense of the ap- '
and the buses will benj Elgin: Bayless, chairman of the of Commerce will cooperate agree to. the five specificationsfor the conflict between labor and proved county health unit as a -
lor junior and State Road Department, told the I with law enforcement, rescue such a session including management In evidence today.I, result of the School\ Board decision Ii
county official that unless the i and evacuation force headed by agreement In principle to the : Application of the Golden Rule to abstain from any ,I
high' school pupibk seventh cent gasoline tax is spent I Sheriff Q M. Hancock, Chief proposed change In the ballot for he said, Is good for all situation support of It, Without Increasing
i into Sturt.. on road work, the basis on which Roy Baker. and City Manager L. the NoV. :2& election to allow that arise In the system and the the total millage the board ,
ties 'will begin Sept T With Federal aid is received may be B Eurlt The Coast Guard Auxiliary voters to cast ballot directly for j I closer American adhere to it I ordered a half mill cut from the 'J ,
Impaired. will handle water rescues the Presidential nominee However i : the smoother and more produc- I St. Lucle Inlet I Interest and sinkIng -
nged dally' hour ot 8:30 Bayless on a tour of the State, and boat In distress, and med I neither could say how they \> I live business will be He laid fund and apportioned; 1/10 I
(The Cafeteria In Stuart will said he hoped to familiarize ical aid ,will be headed would be to the general fund for the unit I
by Dr. I. I, propose such a change The friendship between one of Ed Liuthicunu,, hounds and a lox this east 'coast area Is and will ,
] starting 'Sept 1 but the county officials with the situation D. Parker and Miss flora Stanley effected Llnthlcum caught bi a trap throe month ago is only a sample of the be marked by the manner In I 1/10 to the publicity fund and I I 4 '
bookstore will not 'open and arouse sentiment for Representative Rowell said he which It meets Its opportunitiesfor 3/10 to the general road and ,
I trouble firmen are having around Cambridge Md. The foxes have i
support of constitutional Fred A Stafford of and bridge fundAdopted I
Rotary expected nearly all the leglsia1- good business as he urged
Sept, 20, Book loan will !) and have IK.Id that If '
multiplied so rapidly become so theyrt even
amendment In November !
unnamed '
an Klwanlan will be ton would appear for such a his listeners to renew their faith it a resolution calling
(de the first' day of classes The amendment would provide] in charge of sheltering and registerIng session and he feels 'people of chasing hounds wid' romping with them In balk yards, Mayor In the Oolden Rule. for a. loan %o the board by the :
gregatlon of all white that the seventh cent, which now evacuee and Andy Florida should be able to express Dorsey Davis has issued a call for a pied piper" to rid the neighborhood The club had seven quests. I Citizen Bank of Stuart of $16- 1 1
r1 in th. county at the goes to the State* general fund Tslmas will! handle feeding them. their prerogative" by employinga of the foxes. 000 to cover the county's shareof ,'j.
tool auditorium at ( a.mi and schools, be allotted to the Mr, Jack Coleman and T J. F, style of ballot such as is pro- -- -- the expense of building 4.744 } .
SRD and to counties, with 80 Kennedy head groups to handle posed Instead of voting only for BRIDGES HOPE ft. of North Fork Drive northwesterly ,
a i will open officially them per cent going to the 6RD and voluntary evacuation by Red uncertain electoral college member BANK CAMPAIGN Rev. from the intersection '

A schedule Cll pupil 20 per cent to counties. Cross Other wishing to help *. However, he said he ,would, I AldridgeIs of Riverside Dr, and Australian ..1 ,.
atlon will be1 announced Bayless explained that the with this planning are urged to oppose the legislators' being paid I STILL, BRIGHT Ave. in North 6fuart Contracts
i Stuart New next week. Federal I Government usually! contact the Red Cross office the stipulated $12 a day plus, for the construction will be .Jos .,
lor and senior high school give,* aid to those State which The following sheltera will be mileage one way because it GETS RESULTSEfforts ThankedFor ed with Cleary Brother Construction I '
use all the gasoline tax for road used: "would be too :'
Its Will find five new ub- expensive Company of West Palm .' "
and five new teachers on building, but so far Florida has I In Palm City and Stuart, Caldwell other tour stipulations County Continuing Work for Beach this week end. "
club managed to keep Its share of whites In elementary school ; to secure $100,000 In Project Crary Tell The
n lisle appreciation will be Federal aid building, Stafford in charge; ne the lawmen want the session pledge required for formationof Kiwanis and cost $20l:; f 59e,:. include .; I >

tmpletely new subject and I The officials agreed to supportthe gross at negro school, Professor that a majority will attend, that: the proposed First Federal --..- The County Commission definitely $542808 for B,040.81 cu, yds. 'rf hi '
I bookkeeping and journal. work constitutional amendmentand In No-j Murray and Walter Moore In no other legislation be Introduced Savings and Loan Association in A letter of appreciation citing l has not given up the I fill and..$1479990 for 8434 sq. 1 I J i.
for proposed
(asses are three renewal Ito passage charge.In and that the session last not I his "commendable record" and yds of 8-in, llmerock Compressed I
.mber Martin County are getting encouraging new bridge project forth ,
The new Instructor in- I Indlantown, O D. Hataway longer than three days. The I if to < with an oil topping These
| John C- GOlden, directors In charge, whites at school, ne legislators this week were lent i \ results but much of the church appreciation and according county to and schedule plans the progress I, figures\ are'approximate, it was t't t

i physicaleducation and GAINS IN AREA $roes at packing house. a draft of the proposed measure i the $100,000. still Is needed, campaign gratitude" for his efforts was may be' assured in a matter project of explained Of the total cost the
oach; Miss Louise peers- In Salerno, Tolcy EngebretsenIn which I would provide a ballot chairman Frank E. Quls- sent last week to the Rev W O months, I Senator Evan Crary ;: county will pay ,$1383885 from I
suit and glee club direct charge whites at Civic Center, with five separate' column, one I Iwriteln. enberry announced yesterday. Aldridge by the board of stewards reported In a talk on the projectat I racetrack funds and (930874 I Ia'tll
Ernest Clarke, matheUn negroes at school for each nominee and one for of the Methodist Church the weekly noon meeting of be paid by seven adjoining: )I
The 10 Initial
; James H Beardon.studies PRODUCE SEEN In Jensen Beach, A. A. Hendry *, However, it wai reported sponsor Kiwanis at the Woman Club property owner. \
and junior classr Jr., in charge, all at school Tuesday that some questIon of the Idea are carrying subscription following the pastors announced Friday It also was re--&led that the
of his Stuart
and MIll Sally Steven In Kobe Sound, Walter Hurst of the constitutionality of: sheets and persons Interested effective Sept 1. The letter post The Senator prefaced his remarks contracts to Cleary will Includeone
Ihyslcal education director, Segree Firm End Good In charge on island, :H. R Steff- such a measure ha been raised should contact anyone signed by C R Ashley as secretary with an acknowledgement for a privately-financed I I
pentary school teachers rein Year, May Double Sale ens in charge on mainland,' which further dim the possibility -i of them at the'first opportunity, of the boar4 and read: that O, O needed for the road fat R..R. Wason which, will I I 'r
i? Stuart Include Mr. In194S.49o i whites at school, negroes at negro of,the special session plan j Qutsenberyy-sald. The sponsors 'The ,entire board of stewardsof i ect'O Is no easy'amount of start at the end of the 4,744-ft.
irtleand Mr*. Louis1 ::8.I I I club house* I I r have until Oct 11 to certify, to the Methodist Church of Stuart -, money to secure and such a task span and extend another 806 ft i

I, 1st ,r de. Mrs. H. R ,After an Initial successful season Smothers Proposes Washington officials that they want to express to you our necessarily takes considerabletime j This addition Will have 1.S37 cq,
and Mr*. John Pumlch.Mr In which sales netted In the 290 IN COUNTY han secured the needed funds appreciation and gratitude for to work out the detail, If yds of fill costing $922.22 and i.'
ode; *, Eddie Le Smith, neighborhood 'of $500,000, the GET WELFARE AID from at least 75 subscribers all you have done while you have some of these should go awryIt I 1,433 sq yds of Surfacing costIng -
de; Mrs. Virginia Brock Segree Produce Company of In- Change Manner The 10 Include James H. Brun- been our pastor. You have built might be two to six years be- 2507.75 for a total cost of .
ade; Mrs.'Curt Schroeder diantown today I II getting ready, Approximately 290 citizen of er, Senator Evan Crary, Col up a commendable record. I fore the project Is realized, he $342997. The bank loan Is to I I
fcd 4th grade combination; for the 1948-49 season during Martin County-aged, blind and Vote I John Q. MacDonald, A. M. Dehon, i You are the first pastor in said be repaid within inree years f
llarel Orman. 6th grade; which Improved facilities may minor persons-received assist Of Presidential Russell J. West. L. C. Klckllter, the history of our church to be A history of the progress -nade The commission approved the j ,
blney Eurlt, 6th grade, and push the net over $1.000,000, Roy!ance through Florida welfare H. R Steffena S. F Stephenson, returned to us for the fourth In the past year was outlined by construction of a room to be .
Harry Hutto, bIte and 8th A. Segree< partner in the firm program during July, H,B. Kraft, George Keith and Qulsenberry, year A total of 90 new members the ,speaker as,he recounted the added to the county jail for jailer -
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I combination wltlD.. R Hall, announced Monday who la a member of the District Washington Aug -,.-.--- I have been received during your securing of rights of way, em-' Sam Jones, o to r I
mini Junior and-senior 10 Welfare Board, said this straightforward Advocating a more manner simple 1 of electIng 1 -, POST WILL REFUND ministry, and the peace and ployment of a fiscal agent and begin l to secure de'm.t: for location ; ".

| school teachers Include A 5-week sweet potato season week UnItedStates HALF OF BONDS NOWA harmony which the church en- engineer and drawing of of the county welfare of- I
President of the IlnanCI-1
C Gray, science and dl- from early June through mid-1 In the State as a whole assistance a Florida Joys Is moat commendable We al plans He flee and sanctioned advertisingfor .
I of audio-visual aid; Wen- July officially I ended the,firm rendered during the month Representative decision to repay 50 per rent now enjoy the name The Church I the project will cost I bids on a Beam Royal, pump
P Waters, band and in- first year of operation. Begree remained almost unchanged regarding George Smathert Introduced a of its bonded Indebtedness now I with the Chlmt thanks to you. I than the $2,040.000 principal because and three-quarter ton Jeep chassis i
pntai music: John W. Mar.ercial said about'10000 bushels, rated the number of cases resolution 1 in the house recently and the remainder when more, And our new educational build of the interest on the and cab as additions to the
: : Miss Mary Ellen: by Chicago, Philadelphia and served find amounts of money proposing a Constitutional fund: are available was made at i ling, a credit to any church. was bonds on which a 3-per cent interest anil-mosquito system directed I I t
n, homemaking education; New York brokers as the finest expended a* compared with the amendment abolishing nomination the meeting I of Harold Johns buIlt and These are rate is being sought by Mark A, Wltham Under \the ,
sri B. Roth, foreign )Janand they had seen from Florida, were previous month, he said In the / in convention for Presi- Post 82, American Legion, at:I t ust a few fttef fine things you He cited the Importance to board's supervision j.'} '
senior class sponsor; handled during these week with three major categories' served by dent and VIce-President and East 5th St headquarters Friday have accomplished Martin County of the passage ::1',
rannle Jackson: English; price ranging "from $UO to $3 the Welfare Board, 102678 persons providing' for a general primary night, I "It is with regret that your Nov 2 of the amendment to the I COU TYMISSES- 1 ', '
trthut B Sims science and fob. Indlantown for a SO-Ib. received assistance totalling within each party to choose The debt, which Is about $800 health has cause you to request' State Constitution which CAMPAIGN t,1
| high math;,Joseph A. Mc-' bushel He estimated growers $3063567, The monthly figures nominee., was incurred When the headquarters leave of absence and leave us. As transfer one of the WOUId.j QUOTA :,.
tal studies and assistant netted about $40000 from the do not show, Kraft pointed out, The resolution proposes that was purchased and you leave we want you to take cents gasoline tax from Final tabulations of the nations I'' : '
each party In each State would moved from Camp Murphy abouta I State general fund to the
Jack Smouse. industrial potatoes the number of persons receiving with you the memory that you first peacetime Security ,I
If ton W, Lone i, agriculducatlon For. the coming, year Segree social services of various kinds have an electoral vote equal to year ago, All the bonds are and MrslnAldrIdge are leaving ties' road; and bridge funds and I I Loan campaign show Florida attained J't
the total number of Senator and held by post member The decisIon I which as a result would give this I
will be
; Don J. Roma- said there more grower which are performed each monthby i : and loyalfrjends 95.3 per cent of its quota.It I
English and Journalism producing on four or five times welfare visitor! and other ,Representatives in Congress the was made following a review I ," county a surplus In this fund was announced this week by
I tItIan C.' Rltter, assistant greater acreage and a* a resultthe members of the staffs. votes to be added up to deter of the post s financial status I It was announced at the quar- starting next year. This surplus the U 8 savings bonds division -I :
pal! net sale easily may top the In: Martin County, 153 aged .mine the nominees. by R. H. Rollins who said terly conference at the church added to 25 years of toll revenue. of t the Treasury Department ,
I Included on' the faculty $1000000 figure His firm will persons received $5 711; 122 dependent For example, the State Of about $560 Is available now to Aug 11 that James M, Orton. from the bridges from Stuart to States' quota for the drive ) !
Is. France & Bridges, sec1 have an Improved tomato hand- minor children whose Florida has 8 electoral votes If refund the bonds which he is an employe In the Stuart Post the oceanfront is mandatory to I which ended July 17 wa $27- ;
and recorder; Mrs. Ouy ling facility with waxing and parent or parents were unable to In a Democratic primary' one paying this week as fast as they Office, has been recommendedfor ,guarantee the project fiscal | 500000'and sales totaled $28- .I' f
f yd, cafeteria manager; packing to be don In Indian- provide their need received $2- 'candidate received 300000 vote are brought to him. a local preaching license and sufficiency without which the 212,000. \ ,I
flora Stanley. nurse, and town Instead of In Okeechobee 093, and 10 blind persona received for President and an opponent The large turnout was intro- will appear before the license project will be dropped, at least Region 6 which included Martin 1.
received only 100,000 votes the duced to John C. Golden until 1969 when under the "I
new -
Eight) board Aug 27 present '
fearl ONeal, librarian. (Continued "n.ptlg $360 I Palm Bearh and St luele -
the highest number head coach at Martin tax allocation I i
-5- man receiving County setup a surplus "
irlntendent R H Rollins -- topped the State ,
of votes would get 6 electoral High School after which a social will begin accruing to this per t!, "
need pupils must be in centage by attaining; 989
vote and his opponent 2 hour was held.. Second Fashion county's credit In Tallahassee :1 ,
Me at least two week be. Growers Given InformationFor cent of Its $1,888.000 quota with I .
of this will :
electoral estee.His Passage amendment '
turing school sales totaling $1,859,928 of E. F
a here a ,
resolution also provides TRIO ATTEND CAP CADET hasten realization of this I r' :
Show Set Tonight! surplus -
or a recent School Board and 0 bonds 1n E bonds only \ i ,
that in the general election people COURSE ,IN MISSISSIPPI by 20 years, he explained. j
n. This was erroneously, i the region quota was $1.180.000 '\ 'I ,
Increased Production vote for a President directly He concluded his summary by t
d two week '"in and sales were $978087 or 82.8 I ,
nty. ago e4 He laid: "Under the present system Gall Fowler, J. B PruItt and The second fashion show In a telling of a request made by the per cent
if the elector of a.candidate Bernard Johnson were among 20 week presented by the Little county for an outright gift of Martin I County total Kales were t' I II
What wa considered by observers boxcar transit showed those aided receive'the largest popular South Florida boy and girls, all Dress Shop and sponsored by $500,000 by the State Road Department only 78V per cent of the $78 000 I
|T THE TIDES a* an "excellent attendance by these two elements suffered vote, the candidate 1 II then credited cadets In the Civil Air Patrol the Presbyterian Choir Guild to to the project whiChbbcauoe quota or $38183, and E: sale' I Ialone
of about 35 rancher andgrower I much Jess breakdown in com- with all'the electoral vote who returned home Saturday benefit Its oraalfund will beheld of SRD committmentsHas were $37996 or 771 pet I
from the Indlantown position than did other not so Of the State"If night after a two-week courseIn at the Woman Club at 8 denied for the time being, cent of the $49,0000uote. I :
... Io. ::;;; hr UM It. Lvrli heard five\ officials of the treated. He said these element the proposed amendment air force operation at Keesler tonight. However, Governor Caldwell '
= Y"t: Everglade Experiment ,Station will hasten tomato maturity is adopted, the electoral vote of Field MIss. The five girls and The first such show was given! promised him last month he m restaurant Why d' n'lf
H I 1 .iso vi HmJs, to blab helpful about one week.Hoffman 'each State will be divided In 15 boy were supervised by Lt. In the dress shop last Thursday said, that Martin County would {
... II ......... ,.. 10. c..ihd. In Belle Glade pass along 'I you shoo these flies? i ,,1'Lady
w. 11. information for securing told of the new 17-24 proportion to the popular vote Stephen Szabo of Miami! and afternoon Tonight several prize have the first opportunity for '
he .sellOut I production at a round tomato variety which the station 'received by the two candidate were flown in a C-47 to and from will be awarded an offering such an amount should It acrue Tired waitress, It s quieter to let :

AM. ::. AM.::, table greater discussion at the Seminole has pushed because of announced ''This would strengthen the two- MississippiAn takes and refreshment. served -In the---SRD-.-- _,them__run__around____barefoot______. I l'' t
lOs tss, interest In it In this area. He party,system throughout the nation
last Thursday
5115 ,..s I-J. .i+i Inn in Indlantown '
'ot4: *,H IM .:It night said It is'a crosi-product now i because every 'individualvote
''its !isis |,st S", The discussion was led by (faIrly uniform gives a high would count something" 148.7 in ''ir1f'i I
.11"1 County to Register Aug. 30Sept.
4 St
m If 1141, | 441 1.11: ,4 1,1EVIEATHER liltlit : The County official Agent Included L. M.R Johtuon V Allison yield easily!- weathers resists\ wilt adverse disease climaticor and I CLOTHING; NEEDED ,

W, T. Forsee. 1 C. Hoffman, nitrogen conditions It Is Miss Mary Bhackelford, execu- ------- 0J'II 4
Norman Haysllp and John Wolfe.I neatly round with average alas tive-secretary, Martin County estimated 487 men in Martin County it through 25 yean those In 1924 on'Sept, 2-S, those warrant officer. pay clerks, en-.
IE E Haysllp spoke on controlling' of 4'/i\ 'os, makes'good breeding Red Cross chapter announced 'of age are required by the Presidential proclamation July 20 to In 1925 on Sept. 4 and 7 3, thosen listed men and aviation cadet I

mole-crickets In seedbeds In recommending stock and exhibit I $ vigorous todaythere Is *n "urgent need register for military service from Aug 30 through Sept. IS } 1928 on Sept. <-0, those In! in the Army 'Navy. Air Force
for children's to be used ,Marine, Coast Guard coast and -
chlordane, anew growth qualities. clothing' i
*Mt o.o .. .od.d k- us Although this county Is one of 1827 on Sept, 10-U. those In 1928
II.... U. _low insecticide which i Wolfe spoke briefly on sprays for school children age f to 10 I I Geodetic Survey or Public Health I
organic '
four to be served by one board Chobee and Indian River was on Sept, 13-14 those In 1629 ort I
I-Ie., gives "excellent control. H*, and Dr. Allison concluded with in Martin County Alt donationsmay Service, cadet at the Army or
T..pooss 5das.M. sent the i In Fort Pierce it Is understood caused the for 15-15 and In 1930 Naval academies Naval midshipmen
..- ........... detailed Its method of application : recognition of growers appreciation be to chapter by plan a greatly Sept those on -
this of the effort being made house on West &U St.CONCERT Martin Sept. 17-18: and "member of the
,.04 U I before seeding In citing ,County men probably reduced State quota for induc- ;
.N 55 15 Sa time cf the year as the period Wwhich it the station. He also reported I I I will register in this county without tion trom the 5000 a. month In addition the proclamation reserve component of the armed i
: insects do the most unity I Is being sought between PLANNEDThe requires that other men now underage force while on extended active f r ,
54 I 15 these
having to o to Fort Pletce during World War II to approximately "
I (
,II nN i chemical and mechanical method gospel jubilee singers a must register within five dut,, I /
.." 55 00 !damage Forsee spoke on the high productivity combat\ five or six: varieties Stuart 1ro group, will presenta i Definite decision on this and 400 In .this call: days after observing their lath World War II'veterans who are
II> being secured In test of tnderwater weed concert program Aug. 29 at announcement where registrations ,All men born since Aug. SO, birthday anniversary All registrants no longer :connected with the
ICHh'U'Nr.u.r. i at the station by the use' of dolomite .ishowing by H R. Steffens of ,the Macedonia Baptist Church I -will be taken will be made 1922, and before Sept. 19, 1930 will be eligible for active armed force must register but -
..1'.U and baste! slat with the latter a movie, in color of tests eon- at 3 pm. and at the Mt. Calvary I by State selectlvf service head' must register The schedule calls I duty except year-olds.. are not liable for further service
... being the best amendment to ducted by the. station in the Baptist Chureh at 7:JO p Jn, Seat quarter next week. The Institution ." for those rn in 1922 to register Certain men In the age group I IJ Registration will be taken frontantoSp.nt.onthsapecined
.I'.14 i'the soil, He also< reported! howa ,Indlantown area last April I will be reserved for white pa- I of and board for the 4our'i' on Aug 50 those born in 1923 to will be exempt from registering I .

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I, ..1 r J 'I I DODGERS ARE IDLE cal club an opponent had been for unable next to Sun-secure .)I LAKE WORTH Vet Gridders WILDLIFE TIGERS TO GET I nouneed negotiations yesterday,are under noon way that to tw that year night contrtd and arll!, I

i I The scheduled:\ Stuart Dodjrerk da} by this morning it was report i add Boynton Beach and LaBelle 'ear Soyntan 8etcb'

Fort Pierce game hert Sunday d 1 The Dodged have aI I I to the Tigers' schedule' this Jail. .football being 'I'

, fAGE J H tailed to materialize and the u,- 14-lu season record.______I 1I 1 FOE FOR LOOP i Plan for 3rd BRIEFS PIGSKINSTART Eau Following Oallle opener cancellation here Sept of the 34, :tog after Sought aeveral for lean re,1 1

GLIDr 0 LaBelle I* being sought for a 'open date
ATVn Year of PlayA Intensified action to check the I footballat : '
FINALE HEREJesse The first" summon for .
I REAL ESTATEHomesite spread of rabies In. foxes .In the I Martin County High, School ,

Southeast wa* called for recently I SO a..m. Monday -
A season of play by the will be Issued at 10:
Hurls Decisive{ by Ray Moore regional 1 director We'r.paylng plenty
Pam and Waterfrontagc Arnold Stuart Veteran football team of the U, a Fish and Wildlife when candidate will u- i,

Withifacill f Reasonable 6-0 Win AtainitClefrlston' t, wat assured ati/ teen organization Service before a meeting of the emble In'the gymnasium at the "

New Address meeting at the courthouse Southeastern Association of school to moat their new coach improve your
+ \ 4th, ,Street Opposite School and Fish Commlsisonein service
slbly 1 I SOUTH M-OnmA. roAlt-cUDts last night. John d Oolden, undergo
5 / LtAGUa Coach Forrest Ferguson announced Atlanta. l examination< and discus
W I CS OTPUttUKT practices will start Moore stated that in the.)las .
season planll.Anyone
9:1: OTI II..,.... MMk I e >. '! Monday at 6:JO p.m. at the East four or five yean. rabid foxe in unable to report Monday ,
11 UBIN Ctowhloil..... 5 a ) 8th SL baseball park The sessions the Southern region have been. 1* urged to contact either
Neal 4 1 4 I
the loss of $2 O.
I P.nt...<> ,.I 4 4Wnl < will be held Monday responsible tor .i Herbert Tucker or Herbert Krat :
5 ifs dM" 1....... I I T I through Friday every week until '000 worth of livestock have bitten Jr, eo-captaln for the 148
'"," -,- --- LASt SUNDAY1 HtSULTIKTtMBT the first game in October. more than 100 person and team. Equipment will be issued !

JI wont* Ckvi.tn a, went 4.1.a. r.Iw. ..... a. Shoes>nl, will be Issued Monday have caused several humandeathd Sept 1. It was said.Principal .
a.,.... ..... u"", with additional equipment to be The seriousness of outbreaks E. T Johnwlck an- 74 4 1
3'f I' tl t" ... 1I ..ul; "t.rPS.wnn, rAMEer'bpLtn Issued within two or three weeks.Ontreasurer I he reported, appears in
,, proportion to the size of the fox bird find
J I 'I .1 1I..tmo 5.44 E.: A. Mennlnger. that worm-hunting
'\ I 51 .. P.N! t.I Jr, announced population, and when an outbreak the of
I ,....aslb lw*T0A5T:, : eight game sIx occurs It continues until their prey through tense
{ ': .ti of them in the new Florida Semi- sight, rather than the sense of
: 4'1_ the foxes in the area are limited
Z\:rhl ti t\.: .\. I JeMe ; ;; torn ;d'e .irUih Pro football league. have been This may take from several bearing This is contrary (0(
scheduled for the ,team and at belief a* many think
i .. bitching brought him hilt months to a year' Since the disease popular .and still
f, tr least two or three !more will be strikes where the perky robin la listening to 1.
I seldom except
.,, [ 12th 8UCCCM of the tieawn added before the season get under there Is an abundance of foxes, the faint sound made by earthworms -
t\\ .. and a third eonnecutlv! way Bernard Coker i Ia expected control work of the U S. Fish when he cock his headto selling you

championship of the neml- to Join Ferguson in CoachIng and Wildlife Service in cooperation -1 one aideMother : t
South Florida Coast, the team. ElectricityCOEA
pro with the State game departmenta
t 4"" SHE CAN BE YO NSI Glades League to the Stuart ORE FOR RIFLE-----"- and !county officials\ directed with bat them carry during their the newborn first- 'I

J Sailfisher as Clewlston'i toward reducing fox populations !
"r [MANruA'Or' :d E.rret ( ,.. h.. ".atd Ibr' 1oft19 Re.ulta In and near problem day of life. The young bat
finally have been received !
I troublesome Canegang bow
I '"o..t" SM II ow peICim 0.to" c'u., h. dot., dofl 70M Cling to their mothers fur with
tourney areas ai quickly\ a* possible.
.. the golf'
/nor m P" 'u. 'eo?' d to P end reJ, 7 only 5.401 '0' ed 6.0 on the East 6th St on "goofy claw and teeth a* she files about .
Mom''' Ai fuAfiM.Ol c.nle.v. 0Th./ held three weeks ago it the :
,0. 0 0' n Your :
,, .. diamond Sunday afternoon 1 Effect( of human activities on .In search of food.
r I *
"puto cad oY h n "c p. .nol Ho eVIl Country Club of the Evel'lJlacleaIn <
';t., I ; The triumph erased; the last I Belle Olade in which Mr and the survival Of wildlife only now / 1Ulll.If'\ ( }i114y
,' hope of Clewlston and Boynton Mrs R B. McPherson of Stuart are beginning to be recognize The average serving of roe in ,
l and Mr and Mrs. Lane Jenningsof by the American public according f restaurant I II half of a large ,. r
: U' IXPRU Fa Isn H.II ...... a 5sotw Walton participated. Forty- to Arthur S. Elnarsen of Corvallis shad roe or from 19,OOfl to 1J.000 I

i : .MANI/5101 .0. O".NY, INC "MIAMI ry651DAN .........' ....,.... II iiir.w. one> of the 43 entries tied for Ore author of 'I1te eggs. The total number of eggs J. M. LAW J| ., Mgr.
d 5r.; : :J: : : first place and the two that Pronghorn Antelope and Its In the roe taken from a'single
; H An.N 'M .et$1e missed never reached the first' Management," recently release) Ash is from 23.000 to S2.000. 250 OsceoU Ave.: < Slsa.<

R. F. WIJLEY W H.-I.I-,I 0... .:..:.. .)tl{ .:v 1.9pr1b. ,, tee The playoff Is scheduledfor 'by the Wildlife :Management In --- ---

yr. .. .,... ,
1 Emancipator Bit Sales ......... .4. ..HIOnetle ... July 30 1949 I stltuteE'narsen
t I .tae believes'! that some"of LIDl r kSjMO

I i it' Stuart, Fla, Phon 290. Residence 314-W I.E..Ia; Arnold. .. II If .ail 12'I and the league season will end this national awakening can be ,
t' I Willi.... A .'0'I next Sunday traced to a reaction against wartime -
H......' II ..1" Stuart will close out Its loop meat hunting and poachIng -
I M.'S. I ,141.see play with Lake Worth, always i which was so prevalent I In '
1 ? : :: :..I.. "" r : I II a difficult foe, playing here at ,some areas that local game
SILLY .,. i iI ..iii
gT jlueVff attt BSttAE Tooke ,
I virtually depopulated -
11111G IN aR S pjn Sunday The game originally :range were 1
'- FatrSl'OEST TEAM; 11 .451 was slated there but Stuart Sporting magazines! the actlvltles 5MAU HPME5TTAfJl5 t/f, RTMNTSI
flore Manager John N Mann com- of conservation organ I
No Than
nyTKWw5rS So
: B / Risking l[Beach'! only remaining contenders pleted arrangement for playingIt Izatlons, and the North AmerIcan J
rHrsr fig a caaA J also -1 J:
Wildlife Conferences a t
1:11 1:11I I{ here upon posting a guarantee
MfEltnnStllN our New Home By : to tl t for or cop the league .
second-half pennant This add. for the visitor's Tom Evelyn, have been Instrumental in bring- '
Ili inadequate or with 2.1 record, probably will ing conservation problems before
au-tomatically I ,toss for the SallflshersClewtston the public:. GENERAL ELEC RIC' f

i Unsafe Wiring was completelystifled I I Inventory o't '
I I Sunday Although the A national outdoor ;

visitors tagged Arnold for seven 1 recreation need. for the KITCHEN
i 1 SEE US WE BUY Junk hits and drew four walks they next 50 year is advocated b, ;

i s it fl\ FOR GUARANTEED tare' unable to move a runner I the Council !of The Wilderness f

iI .'1l WIRINGflW73HtJtllWitAai.ru wrecked cars, scrap put second base and 12 of them :, Society ';
I and brass. fanned In the !meantime Harris catch'es ,-, ,"'',,:*,
copper Lowery Jr and Charles Kin- The ,early bird the

r. l: e J JI. SISCO'SAUTO :dred paced a. 10-hlt offensive worm:'*-but he doesn't do it by .;i i ;'

I I/ against Charles "RabbitRob- Detailing for him) The Ohio Department 1 to. r.."1'' "t'
/1 PARTS ert*. Despite IIi: Clewlston errors of Conservation say d
four of fltua-t'* runs were .. I "
b j South Dixie HighwayFort earned and on the other hand ATHLETES FOOT CERM .UIINIfS arJ'4' :; .. ;, 1
I.'." Pierce: .the this Sallflshers for the errorless first time bair IN ONE HOUR All 5t., .1,welded, $. Abesd.eisdd .
season placed!
Phone 129 ,. .. 1
: I If HOT PLFAKKD I r.W 154 Lek.
: double I
Successive by Evelyn
r1 .I and Lowery scored the winning Ask <.Ido..'r.,, TI droHlit,:....... lII.do for; Hi.Ica-1e I.. STRIINUMnf 5,5.5-..... .6nrope..k." InCtlll.I.If foe4 Y fid, ..i s? 3 i"'

At ( i unto the 1st frame and Stuart .. ... hill.h. MORIS H PKNETRATLS..-... ,....... '1'...., and s.ppItes.. ",
i [ put men on base every Inning ., STUART DRUG) co.
I West Palm Beach Directory thereafter. Arnold never was /ulir 5. 55. ItHcl, It QIN1/
faced by a serious threat arid
} Hid SnN.M
dI I struck out the aide in' the "lucky" a
When In West PalmBADCOCK B,Vch These Firm Appreciate Your Patronage 7th. The.SallHshers executed uerepl IPa
I their 22nd double" play of 1J48 in 2 5 5A i

I the 5th Inning and raised their I
Moose TO tis MOM" HAWTHORNE. !batting average t point and
r ROOFING CO. their fielding 3. 3. .IANGIthr506
512 Clematis St. I The box score: .heotcot'! 400001 .

Furniture and ASS H tO A aw.,4,4 : 4 ,
House Furnishings opTlctANs 0 YtTalsll HEATING-VINTILATDIOSTEADY I 4 I I I I IH.r. w copocl'..'. e.n." 'ras c b
Ik t 5 I .. -
WATQPa00rMeti 1 "
M.PMA'O* ..d I.Tea b..,...., Ik ..I. In. xM5.I. r'
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l'I TwIiW.Kubrrti, M 4 0 4 t 1 I 1"., rjrfAlyAr, :4:011 ''otI''
t p .! .! .! f .! _I -: ',". '..? t; ,b.lIs"c.Jat' {
d 51 1 14 II I
Got New :
@ [-Riud for r.ulkmr In Ilk
STUAKT / :: ',
ASS ntOAC Life! 'I'ltt .:.l. OHM H ...' 5 I I I I M
1i Mndi' Ik t 1 55 I 1 '
1\' Roles .Ik S I 1/ e 1 We'll rave your worn'

dl,i: 55: Ameld= i 4 i I > li *I o ii I fatigued tires a "secondwind" A <*"mpUle'. General ll.ctrl ktl
""I' I.W. II t i iArnoW h I 1,1:1, i : t tlat'll make !'em clxninf, storing and "r,4 rvlii| f.*.... TKIffit the .rr ng4int'i' '!'

Hill rl --S .. I 45 .. ride like and.new'' J Bring II... uses enly 50 inchei of tpeceOther. eni' fc ties( olio l eraibbl5 i I
; Meaner rl I 1 1 1Ur.ne in lid' tread-bares i
your |
IM .! 1/. .! .!1) today. Wl'11 renew 'em in :

\\t as151 1 a aJUU I IReasorVble
8cr* kr 55as5npI.lle.kto.
; : 000 4.4 4.._.. a' tte woJddl btchn4Alp J
._ teei
l 1 1n kI __ :, Hun 8lmn ....... _It,..."110... IM....ll.., ., Price troll
I : f __ Hill, Tm .... '11.--L*.*rr I. _. cuit'om deign to lit any space j
J : I tae. Z..I,. n... wan lilt -- K.d, ,". Stun Recap 01
\ 5.M,4 r.-1t..5 4. Lift M.nsasn 100. .Iri I
: 5 wide to
DAD ..... .. 3' es
a. H: ce"" I. .m. -- w.. Se iceChason'e 1
I ftftllMDbHhl* ,..,<_...., m ........ 1DgON1g cabmen..'',
..". E.3,. ... a.. ae.._ a1Nr.Aable. < 1lOF6S rang, tefrigerfcor, sink, steel (
AiIUthtt6 .
........-"W..... Mblp5.. I. Ald.. S vice Station 0.eMt >
) It's a tough job you nave making both ends meet. H... ..br 10011.R.MO.w art .be.....I...Ar.d1 I. ell so FED, HI i iPk CAY u, s. IaiMr each cf e General ElecWc
rll.I A....'. 4. Nit kr .kI ...... a.ats ,visa ru.rWtDO AI a,, +an4t
M + theran
Tougher yet when you truto lay something aside. 1 I (lxmrHrwtr .>. ...Ik_._.... Va".. edk4.e w.ll'er .. with t
..<. W. 71_-I.U. t with i :
: .d el'a M let qerator 6 tOWn or I
But don't give up on saving, no matter what the ppnetf tw delin.d to :

sacrifice. Takes grim determination but t. it's worth it' A JOB, Phone 265 4es? eaard w 4r. p W toe ''mod.t. el cuitora :

4I ;:;,, in self-respect and the seairity you gain against the NO 71ME tNl: | ? M? 5.,a e yeti wn IncMvIclualrequli JO'

I uncertainties of the future. WE WORK WITH SPEED .. k.M" ,r.er'r' No ton will lackot6pankeepl .

1/ .j1t BUT NOT "VOLLfflMHThePlunfber" ,,, al.a"' old h.Jthe tvllvedeed'M' ,
I I WITH r 6'a I 1 il1} of,"
use the friendly "' 'sC6a and d.p.ndabl
.j HASTE/ '
5'1 M aM"' a benerat'tl c kitcbe &;


d'CITIZENS' Quick, Dep dableSERVIC .

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Member: Tbe federal Reserve System, and l>%sal Deposit Insurance Corporation. IWE f


tl / I Vollrath Plumbing 'Service

NOTE, The CONVENIENT., to *.*. ,U with a modern V

,1 ADD-O-BANK. ONLY $2 with your personal key. LARRY VOLLRATH

I! 5 Some S4vfely Deposit Boxes Available Now 311. Akron A.... Stuart, VV. KELLER. Mgr. k

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miminiiiiiiiiiiii, !:immiiiitiiiiiiiinii, HiHiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiii/ / n LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT boron, Job,, I)."" ..... wkcee reildeaaala intl ,Streel. Fm.klnxv Long Wend ",

FOR SALEIlllllltillIIllllllilllllliimlilllljlllllIlllllI SERVICE OFFERED LEGAL AJVERTISEMtMTNQTiclToP LEGAL ADV&IITISEMENT-. uknown* but shoes addmae u 0/. Now tort: .....i..... T Wood do. \ '
INTENTION TO RECUTEP. I Poe --- --------- -- Law Offlcea of Paul H. Koenlg 4 JforthEurhtk l.a..g. wkWM. laat known ..4.... and ,J

iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiii NAME NOTICE. OP APPLICATION I NOTICE or INTENTION, TO REGISTER Street pt ....1. I. Mleaanri" Vent _..... to unknown. Lnvlnia ft. Woe I" '
FICTITIOUS NAME Randall Pope '''/.' D Kendall fop.mloanoe .. nor .i.. knowa na ....,nt. Warner.wkoaa f I
OSSIFIED FOR SALE-Cast-nets. AU slaesoO LET US ."" .p.lnt four grass Notlot..I....booby, .1... that at the Ck.andrKalirn H... Bill Nn. ISSSXOTICK Motla I U boot alron thai .... .....,. _... .b... .I1 ....... .4..... ..4 _..I.... .. 11-14 I47tk Btraea.Fluaklng ,
>4 tkr prorlalona ,
IS Bt.KI.BT" ; OWN that L. tinned" ..... Ike pro.'.10.. of Cnapter la unknown, Mnrllya F.trUia Long I.Uad. New York 4 ,.1 I
Sea.) California Aye 8. rat; lawn chairs, or kitchen Suits Lawi ft Florida A4U of 1141, C SHIVER: and OBIDA SHIVLR hie loss. tawa Florida, ot ... .
.. of Cm.oolO of Art.' 1141: pope. .._ ......'. la MS. ..._ Thoraaa" Warner. whole n4area and ,
B. Pbllll' Auf. 19I furniture. SHUTTER PRO- will" .1.. vltk tha COnk, tka wife. Ika. .koldera, ol tha following' ear willeataler. SlOb. tke. Clerk, ot the Circuit Avenuoi New London, ConnacUcnt. JoknH *... .. naknown. Helen M. Warner. ; \
I. ood toe 0I.nta. ,
Cool Onsoar till..... kaw clOd mId oeitlflcatea. for In an4 fur Martin Coui.tr, Florida, Pone: ..... whoae k.& aaowo elan known aa Helen Warner whoaaildenca
"V. I .LI. DUT'u&CO._ Box 941 Phones 0044. .000 rtolt 0 .root .1 "b. a too ..... 0, bo ...... ,.._.. Tb.n'tlh't SPOIl;. of proof at publication efIbt. odd... an4 reildenoa u unknown, A. II.III. I la U.17 blab Street: Fi.b.lee. j !, .41

WE ARVStLUNG! utbo.rd mo- 167 0' SS Aui Htf Hoatloa' t0..tO at' tkla notlco tha ilotttboooS's. .......... 0,4 ,OOPa ot ..... ., tho flnlil.u. n.ma, t*.wit. ...",.. ....._..... 100' Long I.l.nd New T.eh. Harriet
..... thq acMirlpUon of tke lUEAli SI'ORT SHDVIn t5z t= .... !
RKrOkWandw property .d4. .. ... .1. ... inter f.pttlp Harriet WoeP00. -
WORD ORDIN. ten. W. work on utboard mo.ton. SEE BARTL! T BROS. fer rjrt. whlth INDIAN I mVBIl will !: la kturiwna sod .... .._ .hi wblck It .... ......... ...... tohIsh. r .iII ...... ,I. booboons. Florida: ......11. L. .....1.. .'....... and Oeorga H l stir loT kaeb'> 4wkoae

s. r We have r&. for outboard anrtira] of kuitnaaa. I IJonaon I. are aa follow.! heelo, ; .Iooln.l: pl.p. b.tnon. ..k_ .... knawa adde,.. sod ....aenoaer re.ld.noe la rona, Long blaal: ,' \
MINIMUM M. FOR 11 ... converter 5, brIng four old > lni my prlnrlpal plac Ttiflcala "00. 41 an* 4"!. ,t 10* jr..t', Ant.: ..:". Oppol. 500000 h'oOh.. rl_, A. H. W.... New York: A.."..". Woman and kf j
""' ... W have In .teek radio .49 B moS, Martin Co\nty: I 00.5nty Tear of .....,.. June 1. I.... 0.100,0: ,. SI...; "' .. tho ..... III......... wkaee lat 'known aodreeawaa wife
Ip Aui .
s|; fa PER WORD CAPI- I'M'\ ; and 1 _,,. Scott.Atwater topste. 1. Intorntod In oslO f Node.PabAse la -W.. Do............ of Property I LoU It"4. mId. h.l_ .ta c...... H 110odrodof Port.p' .. Florida, Anna C" Warner ::::\id; ;.. I In si'o;;. : ) ,

MINIMUM ISA FOR 11 Outboard. The best of all FLOOR P0.dnlek..u .1 3.t.oo 'hW. liar, 1111 ... 1101. Mlock. II. OLYM, 8....., \ortd.\ .... Uot th_ ... 0sthobp.c.arnr.np.000omldbo.nm. a widow. whoao _\den.. .la l>.II Ft'.hloo. Lag l.Iyotl.I New York, A'S.' ';
Is _
COVERINGS Arra- Intoraele4. -Il:: eoaln4LECAL :: CIA FLORIDA PLAT NO I. M' In I .. blot Street. Flushing Long I.land Warner end hi. .ifm.: Aot C Warner.
DSiIilliIlllulllllltIIlluIlilllillilIIllul that we hare that famous Btrtnc'a, Iflald Linoleum and fa ... I'IIIIORICI'8: l010.PmlvPUCS. CHARL" H. IUNDKCII New York I +. 1. IM-ltteuben denraaedwkoaa : tb. ..014_ .1 s-lI h. jf whom H um- .\

'tAUlON ...CtE AIR.COOLo Aiphalt Rubber and Cork 10. lO. 0.. SopS. .. 1148. No,.. I. .blch' ...aaaae Ella I. "Fob.. A..... It. It. pe ... Sept .. lOse, ..."known .44.... and ......._ known i and the unk"..wt, .."'u.e. koiMdevLeoa l''
1ft '1111._ I. .. .,... Mary J. Donuukra. .' ,fuller, aaalgneaa. '
TMENTS FOR RENT to OUIBOARI 3 II.?. MOTOR Tile. G. ranteed Installationby of aald 'property. bolpe4otb., LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT '......, .b.. last bopo odd.... .odn000domst.Zhoowx 04,0.0. =, ,lt: 010p, Pont: '. .

ht .teck. ,Ralitti tImer Motor mechanics Grlffln- AOVERTUEMEMT j I Co." "f M.HIn. HUM at .'"",14.. 4d. ''I" 'Liming' any .Interest ky lllruoib, under '
niiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiillANTI, Biperf Un""'. 'h ....ItI..... or eenlfittteqwing = or ...i... the ah.II' named Da- \ ,

C.mpaay., _.t.if1. ilto_ _Sept._ _3t_ Ecker, if', 900 8, Dixie FortPi..ce. IN THE. COURT MARTIN OF COUNTY THE ,COUNTY'IUDGE. ::::..:; L .. :-: to law tke IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE .ho. ......... 00th. u. nos b..... 1..4...s.c.m of them. alive or 4oceaae4 '
tefc eertlflcato all ker
orcortlfleatea ,
q> peruena )
MaylOtf FLORIDAIN I AND to .11. 4. .11. .0.11 tO 0.Sn. .t. : =::
will Bbwnld U the beh.tblAbs 0.00 nod ..: boa-, p ,
t1sto WFSTtN4loUsE Electric ilK: ESTATE OP IULOVD FOR MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. .. ... t00 01 .1.... at chonI. .
Li I ITravla nl tke court wqee duor eq the IN CHANCERY, NO ISM. ,to not Albert II. ...S........ .... .having ar .elalmli' to b... any rlrbt
Stave, all .poriboln. J burner, IT WILL you to come In ftnrt Monday. ,. moinx,.of September" B, MIMWHKk, aa A4mlnl.lrator ''I. no uWII to be oIlhoe .... .. .11.. tllle or .totomt In Ike b."; hOI_ ._ ,

deep well and en. Only $75. .and let (\arlle Zarnlts checkup NOTICtTO CIlr.i1-.; I I .19.....o.14h.0:9.: ,ll tke Jllatki flbq of "SepWeaPeunly thnIot.W of Joka tar la. ._ ...,_ 10 unk.o..; .... orlbod,Yoos,4.onbofpoioo'oh.o'.brO real properl; "'.

1517uI a' Bartlett llrlj Aur.I' on youV front end on the All .... of III. ......'. of LOyd O. i 1.1.00'd thI.. leo d.p ol 5" 11.. ; I .her UeHbmbeu.dead.. allvn who nnd la not whoor knawa raaidencn to .beI fled tknf tk. ab v. "....-1 1 I;'mtplnl' '
Doaanaad. ara koroky .00111.4 (C.lt Count ar h.. brawkt the ....... .milled auntehe
-- -- 8..11 I
-- -
BEAR WI \lL ALIGNMENT I. .km.NoW.0 _. .., .... la
SoC ,.qle.d.5. flla.' any alalatt or do. I. a, POcotl ...... alyled Court .....I you and
DAVE tou seen Jour self-pro- I lie e you co on that Wanda wklnk. thay may kavo 'I i Clog of .4 (I'tnolt CoonS .1 MoO, .0 hopoo to ko,either I drad or alive and.. each of you to Hotel ki i altV to cerulnlaud. "
aald II..... 'In the atOm of Ito County FlnrliloRy .hss.rg.id.e.lo,00.ooiAi000n., I In Martin ,'Iotdo.. describedaa
pelled twirling werT Saves vacation/ llph Comity,
Hi timer Motor Judaa of Martin. County. Florida, In tha UtlKOTH Ion, who la not known to b.'otov drador t
Y pIFRCIt, 0 followa. te-wil
alive. and whoao ...Id.... la .
That hard puottg.1 Come Info Company._. Auc.Uto8epU16Machln olaht Court J"olht: ; ntontha, Florida,il tho Pub July, II Aug. I, II, li, 1141LEbAt TO APPEAR : Irene B. 0........ and. If mar.rM an.knowa The Beutk .....10.1') ef Government

danu'h.tra Also have data : publlratlon tklaJuly 1 I Fill fIT op O'LoIoII A Tue CkrlaUn, ner kua- $ *II ." 4

111011"1' to ren .y the hour or SPENCER 'PORTS for ".- .00f0. K... ..1. se donsobd not .toI ADVERTISEMENT 40, I, tod5.00 OtypotoO,5 bind Pdtker. of whom. to boom to .. ,b7 Jt: 41.:..l:7i.: = ,,:

day. ('leID ufiloot Vacant lot mien Men'i belts. Luella Downey I I. 0,411.. .. .d ...ot ..... theplms. of ., ..... deed or .live, and bbs reeldencaManand t t ft '
COURT mId.... ood p..0-fflo. ......... of .h. T......... bsh I.. oltleee j .h..o. of mIt.' of .b_ Os toO.i 11..1. ::.o..l.o."i 'I.e thrtof. .. I', I
and make yoj. place look better imfUranre ATS. Fart FiorinaJuly 00h. .001.. .. Florida Ea>l Cua.1' I6ltonkIpht.o.W.n
'moo .4 0lI.e, the .
SITS to I. .. .h. .1. k_. 05 ho .ilbto
AFAR Ralph t.tier Motor ('0. Pierce rfmsj 197-M for appolntmenl ::::::t t'i. =:t :. .::::u "' : i iIt J ST, toesNOTICE hoooo .4.000,. 5, 0 0 poold.10n deed sl'olOoOo .4 .h_ _".' ... 10 so.boooa and In. Publkl' Hirkeatradlng : ,

STUART/ RIDA .iII _. .Id ._,.. 00 Ie", hO. la i ii w. S. Too'.... xl.. 0.... .. s.c I tbn".ah. isIS land.aiw .. '
Fully Equipped AurlttfISFD U STt.*. 18,.... NOTlCX .hi hereby I 010.5 that 8..... ltec a.ed wko.4I Waition Morn.. T_... ssbo.n tioddrop. Yo. .hereby onbrvll lo Me. with.
|ly Dtttntf, __ __ Hoard nf Kdora! : and rale> In unkaorfCllua thy Lurk .f the above yled.Leult, at
SHI.ALIA TRAVIs. oea I. N.brt' N.mih C..U. OIoroO
ouuekeep g Apartments tubcable model BULI.DOZI. I, tand-tlrarin', A. tiMUlrli: of in.. E...... ot LImO" C. ,, i IIIJ "f::. : i' ,,,4 :.\\T .:: 4 atfd. whoae mat, Jukn M.... n...-..*"-.hlp ka County Ourtheuer, atunrt. rl..".... \ tour
radio n00o.eapth T.II.h.._. ... nnd rMldNioa la unknown. .. ,> written .apaearanoe rpereonally orby t I
Ratee Travla. .,.....rd I '-ate' b..I. MO'Sllroilovo. the
Uw S nmer built In aidi nna, 112.79/ Bart ditching Ad fllllnf. Phone MILHAKL nltorn-rl 1 I. tho *..,,.. air, led anil. ,

Open A| Year Round lelt Am.19IIAyE JZ9-W If A. AUontay for Knwitrln: .ho. 1.1\ 090 10' .4 h. MAIIItSColiflAtY u OPAS'4O f,ir OnIOn N dpi*,n., alw 0. ind the _Id.n.. of either of o. UIA lltk. day of A.rn. IStn, andrenfter
Brot.jl dnomlt 1 .. '.lIv".' boo.yo a. Bertha N. Ulbbona, and lierthariblxm. .. .... .. file wlln. thiS Clerk your .
1 plWnwmL. unknown sod U la
w: T Acrr, M T/ .. rot July st. Ana;. a. H, U.11.. .n.
-' -- -rWAIT .., drIosot .. the BUI af
if I
) intll It too late. ol two tiv,
B owl W NWI4. N kla wife, dVneaned, the hut not kno. .u coLh-r *0th.. of aad put

Tel hope itZiiiiiiiiiiili ''14-It. lumlnum boat for See us tod r for automobileInsurance Pine tree and ether evergreens ; t: ::- : n f. ,. .. k otvleeollsoztktiSnbW, .wn ojlreaa and re.ld.no. of althrr love, ono la 4ead. alia, u r'WlCl anoMbLa.T..Joeeph Jo -r-b. lavffCompany XapfCUmpany Lompleln...1..... by tneroln law, /ot'loopios orllkui the tko nllegvllenq time .pro f

iiililIlillIllIIIullllllllFO ,, aalt, 43 In' >e.m. take S to Shp th t yon need under lose a crop of leaves each .h'' .... Ron.. .. bot. _. 8r, 4era.nr4 .whooa laat known addroM n dUeolved. kJtHdn corporatlon .. .... kill nt Corel.lalnt will be takrn.

motor.%,nHlnkable. Wont tho new tin nil resnonslbU- Just .s broadleaf trees do .... t.. ...... ..... .. ...., and ,to.1.bpen.l li anknowni Julia B. Pope. .. wkaoa 10.. knowiToencfeldt .... .... .of..odbrns.odesrh.fnn.,4 .
SALE year 0 .......,.. bldtior .ii. W .., the drcmeed, trhort hrt known adilma ar.4re.lik.nv ..._, .. n.rlda. ... .. ..., 001. Qrd.I' .0611 ho i.'tllol:' Oh. I
leak when ley out of water for Ity Law T eodore Dehon ABldj. But their needles drop gradually, rtl.I... ...... to unknown; Frank W Pope, ....'" 01_..... ... _pb b. .n. 0105.0 Pico.. 0 0000n000P .. I.Stone. '

iltIulIllIllIlli lllllltlIIluIIllllulllFOR lonr perliid IFlnt S20t takes Son. D honTRUSSES Phone IL leaving others U11 covering$ the '1''" .iuIf. \ an4 wkra made. 4kaM .. Ce d.ooood. ohs.. loot ho,., odd,.,. nnd Oecarwkuteabouta ......Id. 11I.1. ,Coolr. Pid.. moo
It. R B. llnlr SOl S. Dixie. .ubject to tho "Board _.,,,g unt"i .lleelf. pp.4 nn.ldrypo Is a,00ool Mel. 1). ot aack. alkaown .ho.. .. ... Iz..o.t inn I..r 14), ..os.o.xU.ot ... 1 '
I.E If branches father than all It oyf all nrtroleum. .......h.... .. .... and I'... 045 10otb Sooth 0.00,0, U.ptmsihph and Ua .la.t known nddreu ofonh (1.1'Iorid.
Fhen46.j Auf 12, 19, Z8IETFRMANS like those that become baryc ",...t. lh."rto GO 100ogolnr. hOned.. oto.o aIisoo? en.bAoO. of whom wo. Jnrkaonvllle Florida! ORtlF.IIED ,to00t. I
| M Bed Room 'e$, wheat fin. ......-- e tic atoeklnrt.knee Ihq ..... Hoard of huuntlon re. I. Hvniter.'.nvllk. North Carollh; A H, Wornor. Ine.. n dlnolvod Hoi-Ida .. .hl. I., 01 LaIr. 5540.OClgo.it .

pads.. anklets, etc. Stuart (..... tke rlliht lo tvjact any and all ( barb.i P Popr, deeeaard, ohms but '...,....110.., ...... I... known .4d.... tooUO 1410 :
lshlpIc I
ij.ultry Market Harold. C. Kitchen to H.rJgxTn, G... kid.. km.., ad Irea. and reeldenca I I. onSMIa w.a fort Here. and ph,.. .... named 3. '... POMEROY,
.H Kelvln Refrigerator, Fresh drrvwtHand drawn Fryen Unif t)orp. tf tlV ORDKB. ef tIo'. B..". Board fEducaUuq too,.. H. Pope, ohms mid.>eLECAL Dn'olso o's A. H. Warner. deoeee...l.wkoer l. Clrrlf of tke Fletoll l Eooj4)n and tor 't

lea. ftIM and llensj Corner California OIL lEAS!! EIIEITb" of tin. Dial. of Morid.MILLAKUK ., 1,00 Wn.111th01rt.t.NonYoette.Y ; la.t known ad,tree. wa. IonS Mania County, 1".1010.. .' I
Metal /lichen Cabinet. and Of) Dixie HirhwayAm ASSIGNMENT MOITGAGt '40soc.ATT55Tt _. H.t.4o0., N.. York : Oil,. ln.t known .d4..... MV.. JenevnBrack. 0 Tl
kN Drew 19 altes Immediate delivery. k. J. I..h.. to It L. .......0.. bolt I'. Hoot.,, d.nrt..d. ohoon loot COnIC kUbelU. ,. L MCTWln. 4.. DAVID M MAIINIIALI.By I
J Stuart Hardware Co. Phone 1 RETAIN TITLE NOTE xilln KnglUk _....... 0,,550ddoo. o.d rtsld.oo I.k.oh I. ... J. .k... ..., known .dd_. ...JenMO DAVID M MAH.MHALLSoHclton .
EMNIfhtfBed T blIlloUl W. JI. TIII_. a,.. Ie it,. "4"1'1 L.Do. Stale Board ot !Education.Aug : l.i'r.n N. HooO,. sOpor p.1 Beark. Florida" and Anna C. W.rr.fr for mielalnant. j

11 Federal highway FOR SALE-lard pick-up half 108. tfWeek's I ....... ,.. I.. *4. IV, II Ko... I. Its. 0,,tolden,. d ee.ld.too is I whoM .loot 0.,0.ddnn..oo. II.41 Pan. July it. !_Aito r. _II: IP, 1I4S I J '
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IA ilntle bed '..ihtieropring 800 miles &e W R. Leach.Auf. 19 I Legal I PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS lOBE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER, 1948 i 1 Itlute" I .

\nattresM food ---.--- -- ---- -- 'I

Indltlon 8'A each; desirable NEW' llOVSi In Salerno 4 rooms I NOTC' 01' .LlCT.ON eoodanoa with law provldlnf lor tha .soy to the amendment ot aild Conatltutlon. the County by tha Bute. County' County .stooMotistl,. oo..sc.rel ,.1 00050010n
I Instruments .'IfZIIU8. n. LooJIoIo'. of 1041. of tax. and auch tax ...11 not ka aphi bo and thq aame la hereby agreed .. School Board. nchool Dl (ft kitchen \Mntt, US. E. A.snioger and bath I porches, 12000 L .dor 0,. CooolilulJoo 00 1115 01 tAo pllN .. .." .._ o'h.. .... th. and aball be uibmlttod' tho elector, of Tax School 0....,.. and Munldpilluea.X by Ihq tate. County, C's'tIil stOod I
Jr\Phon* 3M or and nf Florida, did pees U Joint Rose* ......... ., ... prOlelpoi ozd b0'oo_ .c the Bute of Florida Ps..approval or refection The Logl..turo) ...aU at the UgtalaUvq Board 50.01 DUIrtcti Special To.
Kobe Soun lumber Supply
'' ..Id ......01.Ibl al thq next Oenerol Vwotton Mbe Seeilon of IMS. and from tune totime School rtrlcla. and MunklpalltlokBICTION
11. Aug.11. tf lunipa. .ATISFACTION 0' ORTCAGE =...r.-ol the Bute o7: ;:::...::. and .Is acldlllOa .. ... .5.04. o.hozom.i hold In Iho year lam. that U u aayth.t thereafter enact Uw. to Ukq effort H L Prom and alter fan
Aol,. lOse, 10 Ho..... 0. o'A.. _1o.. tha aamo wara agreed M by q volq ofthreeflflh. paracr"'b lal. abova. and aubjact, totha Section I of Article XVII ot the only after epnrovd ky tha aleetara of na-y 1.1. th. County T.x Oolljeuirto ,
A\c. 19, Z6, Sept 8.t CIlion ...k ot ...." lo ll.reld C.04tos ., ot all tha mambera olectedto 'limitation. and p_,.,.... theraot Constitution. ot tha Bute of Florida. ba 4.14. County at a referendum called torthat Ihq ol Veluala' Stela of I
T FOR SAI Outside .___ so ... each lenao that .... votes on oald and at nactlon S of Artlda IX of tho Con* amended w aa to read a. lollowSIX. .. purpooa, onactfylng Iho ". ....... tunoUona > Ida. ohall colled all *0.0 levied n Its I I'
tVhlte $1.98 Joint stosolutkma were entered upon Ihelrrespective .Ultloa. ol Florida' tha LoiUlat. "ra m.y .nON L Either: branch ol Iba Lag. ..duttea and aompenuuBENAra 01 eeu... County by Bide, County CounBehoof : I' ,
hue and Flat WE CA\ *:*/1'1'\ you with all the AFFIDAVITH. ,s.to6.5lih Iho yoaa and sis, provlda Ion tho _.n.. of ApodalCaptut .t.l.ture. at any regular. _'.... or atapecial to T.. Coli...... do.I...... 00 P..h "r DUtrit: SpcctllTax
r gallon In -alon lot*. tol- Barnes fk'1 If. \ming Irrigation f' Dnv Os Tha CobS. .. 5.:.,. ": : did determine an4 Outl4y ........ by County Boord. .., or extraordinary toMlonthoao S of TrIo. ....... "5, ood .h.1I 'I....... "and MunlclpaHl.
MORTGAGE direct :that'ti.7oJ, Beeolutlona beaubmltted ,of t4ue4tlon for achool aapttal. outlay. 00.0,50 5.11.4. 10. iOR emp0010n lx pnoetldo Ion tho ,00000s.. 00.0. outlod. a.. The ahall .t the 11.011.'E
i and porch an/ deck enam- Pumps you neVl I. Ralph Ulmer Horae ft. D Amaroaia at ni to 1._ to thq ...lector ol the Solo al projocta harotftor acquired or conrtruotod .,...... .".'''' .... eo .... _..d. ........1.. and ...b..1 of .11 l01I. and f
i from W.8I toft.61 per f al- Motor C .... Qrlffln to 0. I* MyrraUwni MOW THIHEFOHB" L P. A. ORAVBacraury ptojoata. and amount opprovod by thoBtato amendment of any portion .. portion : :!com
Hob Soo-W Lumber Co iifiwiiViiiiiuiiiimiiiiiFOR( A. Blaekw.au to UarM. M Caralalra. ; ol SUU oi.the Butt of Florida, Board ot Education aa praacrlbo* qf thla Constitution. Any Mchrevwloa \; ... .11 '
RBNTiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii c GENERAL (LECTIONwffl aa prracrlbod, by law 'within. not toanco.4 one DUb_ qr any number of .,bj050. JOINT RESOLUTION NO. M4 ahall Uki.. .0.- I
C .
A. St. Onra M Fled Trtngarbia\ bq held to Von eaunly W Floridaon twrnty ,.... from the COo ., but no amendment. ....1\ qoruM ot more A JOINT RMOLUTIOH Propoalng anAmendment "... sOn.. "o. reoorttng and ii 1
and Luah Aaaoclatlon. next oueosedlndl tho tint that than to Artlelq VIII of.tha Contuf boo..otott of aq collected by toe J
t 8ALE-B Crib complete Tueeaap kmiaoco; Provided no ftpoouj cap ana rqvlaad article el lha Conatttutloel. -
C. A St. O-.W rtrat Fxfera': ) ....... M...,.. 1ft A., Do ... ,ital Outlay bonda Mil bo twiod twra.undor 55160000 00 000 0140 00 Clot .06000I. County Tax Collector.HOOBB ol
Kb mmUre**Good condition FOR RENT Tt4i S-bedroom .;,d A..onl.tlox. 1\MoIo. ... thOlllOCOND which., *offothor with UM ODhoolIndob'odnOM U.0. prnpaud ravlalon or nmendnal. 0.o..000t .1 p.'p.rtr taxaa and .
In. Fred Hafceck foot of M 0. A. at 0oo. tO FIrtO ,-... o.l,.. DAY r "onvB ot aurh aounty Incl tdtnfapadU nos Ia aero.5 0. ho' ......1111.. N th.'c = .' I'
ApK' I urnthhedl Modern and and Loon A..........,. 5,0 000. p.tiOo.0o .000500. of So .... achool dlrtrlct .. .....,.., "bobtot.4toosbH..IOtho4 1 I' : JOINT RrSOtUTtON NO. M 'I
Stuart. 1 Am. 19 re.ll 111 St. litle Crescent W. 0, ""n. to C1ll...t>. ,.ank of Stuart.Harold ....101.. SoO40o00rtp04.. Ao'od.p.,005.SoCoooU6tio15utoS0.. .0,11 _rt.d booty p.o ,00 01 5,00boa :mid 'P.O Thom' P05,0501,. Coon. t N B. 500. A jonrr RESOLUTION Propoelng an ,I '
IX kllch.4 to Harnrot' Q.Bwann. 0.00, .1 000 .mbO., ',opoty' oI wltb tho yana ... ...". an4 ..... C. Too A.otd'n. Amendment to Article itO of tbo Conatltutlon -
I .. .
Vlficel sized Phase I.W. Auf' 19 CHATTEL MORTCACE 1'1or1..1&I auch county according to the laat aMOm.nt "'.... In one ...,_ In each oountywher "_" to C . .. Iho BUtq ot Florida 0,1.0100hso..o.s,001 t
SALE-S Apt: .. .. _, .
__ ,_ .1 n.. .
i, A. tl.airt.lrr to K. U. Unrranaa, for aounty purpoMa; prior to thoiMuanoo : n newm> la publUhe4 tor '. o0.pt1.otot000040t
Frlfldai* Kefriferalorrrttet ot ouch Bpaclal Capital' OutlayBonda. two one publlratlon to bo made = thq oolledlon of Uxea, by thereto .'
ikorto. .
f'OR RENT IREEsROOM I. All to Hank of fnkokorCknrlna OUSC JOINT RESOf CTIrW NO. .UM Tha prlnrlpal af and.. tntoroitam not := than ten week, and trta other = : additional Bectlone to provide .to qtho ,
rao\nf 50001
condition tt ... .
Quraalor to N. Ikkaa oocw bond. 4baU bo 000.005. "S Florlde,
APT. NEWLY DECORATED, 11 A JOINT RESOLUTION FMn4ng anAmendment aprakU poyablofrom not later than alx weaka. Immediately County of Plnallaa SUto of t'
sit. You tab\it away 445ish. AND ..Tuual to Artlcto IX o/Ve SUMConrlllutlon a fund ootabjlahad In oaehaompiiaod ....., prooad n tna alectloni ot which the Mme ..._IIb'do".. ... P. County Tax A_ ahall aaiato Sorfls
ALL EUCTK1: LIGHT W. II. Jr, W K. L. Jark.aa. byadding thereto%> additional at moncya authorbwjd and apportioned H to bo tot.4 upon: an4 thereupon aub- ..1'1. tho purpoaa ,
(31 S. C\mden Are, by tho LetMalur for achoolcapital ..It led to tha electora of the State torapproval p.UI.. .1 C. '" :
AIRY REASj 'ASl.E YEAR BILL OP tALE Bortion provkluig that rProduela .._ .. ... .. ._ ;
so. 360-1. \ Au(. 19t ,...... II. t..... t" "...k. H., Klwrr.il( t.__ u_ f.-U" .._ .... fueI autlay.. ....d debt aarvtea. purpoaoa or retortion ot Iho next Oonoral _id MvlecLsand u that the County Tax collector nlclpal taiee Jwled by the SUle.-
ROUND; BEN PHONE 300. WASSAISTYDuold aotloetod' an4 rollued ....... "" "" and money provided by .. county from Klornaru. .par-vided' .however. thatauch thq qssdBjrUMOLVED County Board. School I
.... ....... ahaB collect and \
MAYZOtItiaIOENT4 oounty eehool 'so. tneludln ravlnon ar amendment may ba aub- Bpeclal Ts-h DuitricU and
t SAU BuildlnJ ir 140 tWill 50. eo...... .0 uu Os ...wI. Abl.ntio.,00o lor public highway' :
ad ajithorliad
or .
an4 000 valorem la aa, aa required 'tfor\ approval or rejection In aopeclal Ipelltlaa Ito
_ port PP.00000 BY
purpoaos .1, THE I
LoKlRlatura eubjact j to l.l.
by too election under tha oondlttona doecrlbed thq
moved. m C 11520mpo. B W. Wosla .. .. 105boctPal0.pS000. tOIboalo.' an4 tun nf certain portions 1 .... TUlkTOF cots STATE OP County -"I'
Umltatlono of tho Corutltutlon ralatlnsn4 In and In tha manner providedauch 000O5.
Cheap toi quick dii. nihed, J Bedroom William Pltektord' el Ou -to Ji.bn.JJohn ..101 "x.RCtOLVm. BY THI! LEQISLA! valorem .... for aehort pur- as, ........ 0 oC Afllcio xvn .. 'his 7ysl tha following : BE IT 'I.EOISLA.TUHK .
house, {screened porch, ._ ..... ...J:rti.ll not be .bond, orra Coutliotl.., If. 05510101. of the .1_ tlqfi VIII ol tho Conalltullon nl OP TRw STATE OP FLORIDA '
sal Frank Job on, Salerno J. Moore to William. Pftob0.ei. TUNE..or..TH' STATE Amond..1 or I'LOIOIDAOTb. 0. A. '0. ef 'ho 0100. a. P1,14. ona onlo.... .... _Un. ooon .h. .......dm..... ""opt W Florida reUtlve to tho That thq following qmendment to : 'I

Aug.19 electrically rfulppcd, S blacks M..., C. Or ffln ., al to M lion B. Griffin.Milton Brie IX ol tho following..... I by 4d4allno .amat tbt (rodlt or taxl...( .... of amendment 'the Mme 'tcoUeoUnn ol all .Uxaa. \.. ofBroward tide VIII of the ConXltuUon ol tho '
from busineJ district CallZ32W. ... R. Griffin* to w. I). OrlHIa at OIL thereto additionalComtltutlon ...... n part at thla ConatltutlOA, to ba .dl.ot P. relative 1 Ihq ._..
|U NO HIGHWAY f Am IS. 19 J,_hi W.lkrr W Ellen Will....... t| ::: .:: .. ::. == ---. bered thereto by acldlU.aactlooa .be sod .of all .. .hi the- County olPnellaa .
8. Mabel. A, H.,. Chart. .. M.rlht tart: ar othor motor fuol- oroducta oofIorto4 2- the aame u .ah.ll baaubmltted 8.... al ..r. kv adding
i ft.ooU. No. 1 hwy. byf Ckmeato. and rotalnnl SoS Vo iMod for RoU.3OlN'l Knot.DTION NO, SIT : JOINT '' b.r electora .' .Bute qt thereto 'additional 1 bq knowna.

I ft. dee South of Stuart FOR RENT -| TwO down-town C. B. "',....... lo Hn.tlek<.Mlak. puWIO hl.h..,. ...- ..>4 airport pur.HOOH A JO RoWTIOM Propoemg ani A JOINT RESOLUTION ) Florida tor ntlflcaUon ar rejection al Section 1> .nd Section .-ahaUbe and I
.... utributlo i by add- thq tome fa hereby acreed to
I furnished LEASE and .Ibm. too Cilulo Amendment' to Article V ot I.. General election to bo on '
t lit Hoi und Fine bual- apartments Newly Amorleaa Tyn rbynnVra gains. Cornor. and uo. ot ......,.. portlonn' .1 Mid ..... ..1..1 ln tulton' ol riorlda I relaUng to tht. Judlelal fir* Tuesday after tho Brat h.1 aubmltted In tha ..elector of ....BUtqof
lial U AU electric 4ulPment- Phone ole .. ritncn. B.nk of Stuart. la .horoby wroml to awt ...00 bo nubailllo4 .. Department by adding theK> a Beotlon November. IMS. aa follow.SECTIONVrom ., Florida Wllfleelkra qr
Kite, price 18 'Election ba held on
Sp per to
'D"tTr at the
: BUla torrallfKnthMt :
of tho
to tho olortora after
May 23t1 QUITCLAIMSCkleare ; \ relating" ta 0.. retlremcM' of Jud. and January
t. Ask fi I booklet. Broker.operate. Muart L I rnve.lnt.nt CO lo H.Robo II. or rojottlon at U>a _t Oonir.l TUR TAT nf thq S prcme and.Clrcu' .t.ffxmru. 1. 1450 lha County lax .manor la thqCounty tint '_ ..no the 11,0 10110,
poly ..... bold la I.... t I IU
to bo O4follow
lEI. Florida,
.4 WJ'tO.C.mUoOlohbn:, FIB IT RESOLVED BY fff LtCilSLATUHB ot Broward BUU qt )6oc.rbrnNiOid.O5 Pram 4 after JaniUa 1 j
FOR KENTt FVor sanding machine !' Ucla I OP THE STATE ff FLORIDA! ahall amm. aU property tor all Bute.
Herbert K, a... el 41 ta Harold C 1. 0050, sIt. Ftett Too A0.oa.tnI
BSCTIOM If. AB ..4lai kma now ar adding thereto areatlng twq ,
a O' .
VLAIN Behool and Municipal Mbe
That AaSrndmcM .
1.1. "" following to Article County
and edger. Beflnlah Kitchen et 0.. It....1... Impoood upop ....... ar Otto .dll.1 Senator n... Ia h_ V ot tho Coiutinrtion et Florida.. levied ta she County by *lx.., 00. c..r, .1 P.I., .OtOo $0 Flo ', I.
[Room 111 Ofcmpla Bld A f.. Myere to cell., Maarkarl.PABTIAL .... OUoombiutlblo ah.L ._. f.. 0',
( floors atyensonabl* rate II. of aotMlouni or u by adding a nrtk.>nqTo bo known oa County, County School Board, SchoolDurtrtcla .. t
your ...
I If BELEASE OP MORTGAGE lana an4. Lquldi o4 laMomal torae-SUta tor Section 44 of told .Article V, la hereby Special Tex School Districts. C. ,. Behool .nl.o 1 j I
Hay Phone 108, Sjuart Hardware Stephen ........, to ford B c....... Jr. ..... ""Ubio ondaaa for ... ton- 00110r .'Q) '"'. agreed to an4 ahaUrle aubmmed to thqlector Port D.Uriels, Drainage Dltl.. and any bo levied In the : .
IfFO5 Kobe Bound Company to C. A. St, 0.... powor to Pfopol vohklo" : > aadlck flow.: ql thq StM ot Florida. lor ..10 ether dUtrtcu. .. .. State.I"C Cnorttv p Board. r ,
Co. Hobo ::-1.-: :. *Aui and p.it..4 .. ". Dlilflet. .- I
WEEK'S SF IALSitom.rg.Carigon Bound Company lo C A, St. Don aro 'IIO" t 111..11... ,. in at the next OenbqM ttee. ordinance their
Hobo Beuad c......, lo r .A. St. Onge. OK4U bo vaod ......_ ... tho looaa.arouMUon. I". ... .. b...1 .. to UO, tt tat- .. as. e 0000.4. and MunlclpalllhHt :I .
F able Radio, all electric STATE DEED oanitnKtloa. rMonatniotloo: Th..I.h > .n..... The Legislature .hell at thq LqglalatlvqBemlon The Legl iturc *'H at Legla.latlva I
RENT_Tw* new : : :b'1 Bcealon' and from* Mine to "
$53.45 NO $42.15. Sari- Truetoee rnlcrn.l! Improvement. Food 0.RIVIVAI. noolr, opontkM anal 4Mhitoaanr ofn .1 D'' T.Thl..Ih. to IMt end lime to limethorooftol 1 I. i
three-room Apt., Year round ...,11. County. ..... otroola Brldo4 and Hlhta otww \ ,.thl D.. ) enact 1. .I"t. Ihqpowera lime thenefter, .I specifying the I
It netlont, 4nd.
I &0S. Aug.19V thmtor a* for alrport4. non .I lo.C. T. functions powero : = ,
Box 101S. Phone dul. utlen ol County Tnx
or season It... at Mori' I. ta Indian Oh. .. t... 1'tn":1": btodn40i 4ad ht pool .' ..lrl pI. ._ eollen ot County Aseaeoor. deslgnotod ol and
"" :: tor tho !000. 4iulilUoa ..n : : lint of ta Paragraph 1 '.Io--
14I.J toho to Iho
..1 w.on.t.
FOLKS"new have in Phon PABTIAL ..
RELEASE OP LEASE neonitrucUon. "' : .. .U 50.
eomple mo of Lou. July M. Xut M. .lTYPEWBITERS ,.., 57-om'. to P. H, Wilt".., I.AOMINISTIIATOIIS poritlon: ooMtniBUoa on4 ai4lnton4noo off = Thl.-1r= ..sloogMthO .. 'I .I.Section. Isp. and.slooloo sh.u tOO...1.. .... .I Ik..t.tho .. .II 01.0
dl levied
DEED nn4 l hu at Uuro- 1 ., __ 04 all 11,0' AaeMonr of ,
"boo brldwa > < way .. roll .. County T.UXM I
snot WIsiro in AIr.Cuoled $_h. Jo 5.t. Oo Vlrxll A Uwh for .. too alrporu. Of aU St4lo aaeloaUMO ,. .., _. levied by Iho But.. hy : State. coot. Voo.te Opt
tine,. Also enty of parts.ph FOR RENTByweek II'' WAIVER OP PRIOR MORTGAGE aolloetod an4 rotalnod upon snoollnoor .. ,.. tho eald 101'1. ." School Board School .D School" and DltricOo, 54,0.001 T.j
or month Phone JOO othor Ilka producta ot pomlouin. on- Senatorial Dl>trtct w .1 4ITtl Tax School DutrtcU, Port Dtdrtcta. Drain- 8"01 1"1'I Mgolotpo110im. J.m
Prom and after
Ubser tar C.. iiimiiiiiiHMiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiFEMALE rapt avlauoa' tawi Ihmn tour deya afuy thq election ago and any. other .ION
Aug.35 U The Stuart New Office tfolutlon cmtt taa par ::Ilea-OIl 4urk praducta4h4ll : elect Senator from each nl Oltrlcta. Dr..unpIU. ..I....... .
I HELP WANTED1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ., ko Uio4 by tOo Btalo Road Dopartmmt Tho Benitor elected, from t may .be ..' Co. Tao 2hIooozrIw0c05lsaBe. t \>
for ...... rood purpooat In UM man- Thirty.ninth IJPthl) Senatorial D. Asaraapr purouent 1 th tint paragrapkof
- / sozpr.ldMblo.S. o.0oseooP. ahaU bold office tram hla ; thss section.SECTION lloJ. C'r .
iTo_ SeJlnour" ... par ..'10. toss ...'.... ar alhar a torm ending on thq First Twrsd.y Prom qnd after January Rckool Dt01tln.Srhoal.,,$6trInl.d .
WAITRESS wanter' potrolaum onrpl aviation the Pint Monday I. 1P34. tOts County Tax In thqCounty School
Ilka produ< I V r
; Puzzte 'oII" ... .. .,..1" .h. : (1.0. ire 1010hO Ledlslawtlvq
rossword tuol, horoattar 0. Impoiod bylh 01 Broward. .. .. T. .101. .
YVAIXBJE fixwanted, Seymour's ............ ai>4 tha ........ ......... .., 1'0' anal ..n... .1 taxes levied .ta.. County 1M9 d from time taxtime 1
IiInT Fla _..... 00. .1.0010.. School 'marl mwl .pacifying tkq .
ER kIOACIe.ln {ellH Reach dlitrlbuW4. amoiuj tho' anoral .. .., by tha 04 County, County pewero, .. d and eompcnaae*
tho fOOt TI.aIdrt .
4Ho School DUIrlcta Tax
and mod In tho amo nannar 40 lN Board Bpeclal t
,..Ubula Tu a'E l4DiO LGl. Jo ERTJ.lDlENTAfl iosnod .... Ta. la dlitrlbuUd .anoiul l Cooosni. 0560. ..06,004. I School District. Port Olstrtcu, DramaaoDlatricw ta tlon.Paragraph ot County I Too of tkla Callvclor Section 4e.lgnated 14. asusf;
1_' SI,. lanrnl ooontlaa and bOOS ky IhoSlata 016104 f .0 dstroOh on loomS. dleutcu,
go.x.u.ar T1AlMSRO5E'BVt0Mnsdlly .. ...... .llnO ."" 05 .... ah.U llkewlsq provide foe tho collection. ,; 1 :
k. y juooc's COURT Board of ""' '''.. .. too o f Fo o and ......1.'.taxea b.00S dHburesmenbi"
otic 0"T .... Ika oMoral Boordaot P.old.dt. .. 1.olilahsno .0. a'" : Tax Aeseasor '
Roil Dopartmant 7II00.o'O'o00Ot5hO
::11-Ti a N'ghuE FLORIDA ,I IOU
: u. 10arpoolonly County Commbalonan aa pravldod InSortMl .., .. ..t.. .. .bol..1 .0 pumi.nl to thq first paragraph, o tkq I County 1 .1
luk. .1. CII, ,. ltal, ISO lot. /CST'u or f IS, ArUela IX. af tkla ConatltuUon ,,. ..h_ .1t preceding Section ..1 r
ru'blul .1. In_ ...blelo SUSAN but wilt no Um1o.... 44 w> ... to The Legislature tha IZ 14 '
.. : 4&1OdnhSSxW. llo.rtmdl'No duration at soot tint" provldrf to* wr- ,tive Bemlon ol IMI. and from SENATE rt "rsmtrnoN1 N \
"1&".. 47.00" .. Al. OYrt I'C! O.Ff.:: R: ihaU bo anpandod by tho Mme thereetter enact tow. apeclfylng u A '. ..
I'. All dI' Sgml. t.2.. Popartioafit for aUta nada BOSINI N cr0A functions. d itloa nnd eomp Amendment to Article V ot tho .
i =- : ::? "' Ni1CA FLu II. (lain. ....... 0,0 ...../.b'lllo4/ In tha oovafcr aa dlrocttd by *a Bo4r4ot door 101 'S 500Aoo.pdo.tos ...... oJ 1ft tato at Florkla relative" toroperur Uon. Tax Collector d..t. lulloa of Florida by adding ... J '
'", ,.. ..... : : III > for tane and thaea Cn" additional Section rel.tln' to ;
I'OU." N S Aas. sod co-trod 0 1110 zoo Count Con>mualonar4 thonof Any : ; 04 m the .pb 01 IhU
nyse _
p.t''allUII :, t 0 N L A T I ...... .klcb h.. "Ol toco. .0100' ta>.. that may ba IrnpooMl npoa ..laUon i. r _1 .f by adding thereto add 50Il llkewlea .provide tor tho. emiectlen.euatody lion for thq term ol l ye.ro ; t. .,
'::\\IU r.:: II y 'I p C ii A 8 S 14 A F ...d E.tlP. I I. oolfkootth. eo.M' toOt .....1 bo V.04 aaotolv.ly ton ...- lloU 0. --. County ol aactl Ba::<,ua n. Lucia to provld., Btato: of Ir'In. ...thq. reporting .n 41.u. Judge of the Court In -to. !

lagos n. 1".11 0.11 N A P A T I $ 'F A 1' A I.... ef .orth 1'...... ........Id.. I I. Ohtmpt .. ..... ..... moons thereu In In I lAo.. ..0t0o'.. Lr County, T>x .all .0.P0.00.m .1.. 0.U '. CIFT. Xscamba BE IT CViunly' ,, ";td tHB tPOIltATVRB
.... Flo...... elibO.tpha provided by law Nothing ,.
114 ........ "Ji.llb.. at t00eO : ; .d of "" ..lty, 00 50 poopCmNvor. p OF OP FLORIDA ,
.....ICIo" P L A 'V 3. N T S P 1 5 40) ....... .... fru.. .... dO.op repeal qe modify Sectlcn It,Sedsonshall Article kILVF. B m .nl wi .,.... I.. I. -rut n.' V .
.. TUB ?
.!..?_...... ...... .In...... 'N fInal UbI> U l.a ef Iblo s.O.s.0mb U 01 ConoUlutlon.."I- I.Ut. TH OIAI III... ."'" .:.. .; Sl.t. of. FlorMq .
PustloI I .101.. or dml. .O. ha In wp4e take, oUeet ,J.J Coun". Ciy, 0.0 00koolDEMOS. BsTNAT JOINT HESbLtmoN NO. USA -t. thereto en .... 1.nj'
qf Ysstsrilsy .
:::::1..1 :t .... ., ... ..d 'W" U. ..lmo of ...1_. .- Aot.odot.o0 = 0 J .. 00,0101 1 Inh.0 Di.ScIo0. ..04M0Ollo.ilOa JOINT RESOLUTION ProfXMtng an known aa Section 41 ol ....4 Arueto re* J
: ... _..II..... nddt RI III. .000.0" .. MOUSE JODfT MSOUJTIOM NO 1W "C..I. 1. ., 00. ........ 0.0 .... So Amendment to ArUchs VIII of Ihq Cenelltutlen lotlng to tha election of tri judge 4 .
::= B. JIa= K Robot. Flirt' aol _.. be a-mu In III_ ... ..... A JOINT RESOLUTION Pnp.oIoI 00bI .. .lbW' -: ojToa ...011 .000.5 1M ol Ihq ..... O4 Floelda relatrvq. 000Coo0,000000.dlo for BeaambuiCounty A'

5,.do4<< DOWN I. Artttt) ISo |J".1"decl.loi*!" hto ._1. 0. blo 0,00'. .0. I' v0Ihsy Amend Section II ol Article XII ef UwCenutuoon = ... anM to aasesomenl ql property tor 0...and I.L and ..' .to here*} I

'a .. Ymni .... lag000 I. Iy q.t anlmaif ,...td.\ ospe ''ALI.AN'I' ol thq Bute of Florid.. _It ... =to I .4' the BE IT RESOLTJRB ,". LJ)018I.A.o) .eollectsen' of "x., adding. there by ..' ehall bq pubmlttqd ) ,,I
l.. THR IK1IBLA.TUNk OF THE 'TA 01' PLOIU1>N additional provide thai Inthq the ., at Ihq Btato nf Florida Sratification
IT RBSOLVto BY II.. .. -
Youngalarq BE t 1.0.r .. ._ .. ,... .... .
That Floridatha .
IM ol
following County ol Volusto
or reJeeUen, et the OcnerqrElection
Ad.oIt.tco' of 'b. III STAT OP
0 I 2 i.rroioflo'It' to SeeUonll = = 11< .. ... .I I"" 01 tho ..... County, .: Aseaeao shall noses. Ihq bo held on thq Flrat Tuee* "
1 .. CIIC: to lI.lglunsIi. 1" ago. e. e o. ,Ds..1.SICIIAtL 5. following Amendment of .. .. Ib __ property ... County ... tho purpose .., qflqr t In NqvqmbepJIMS ,!
: 0. LIT AN. olI Altlclo 0 at the ..... ... C...... .. Behonl analMunicipal .1'1"I. .
Aa.lnL ......- shall ot levying BUtq. o. tol I IOICT000U.
ralaung to l of Flonid. c.
Ftortda L4j .
.. tOo Sols ot C0000lSo
..I" .
ii, ( : AU..... t'n Ado Ao.a OP. 104" llen U kereby. agreed to and ahaa1 .toinib.mlttad ,. d.4 00010 00.4 .. ot .. ... texea r00 the SUU, 01u3ld005405.oNI.l -
LAs aectlonAto ba .known School
Behool .
other Btato nlFlorida I County Counly of and Ion EMomblq Ceuttlty 0
: Ibo
: I.t'Io at
lLCono' :4f lob. A. ;0 000. 5. S. lOin.LEGAl. to tor tne..ratlflcatton electora otma -a.d'g.. 51a0.05,0. N.oO100. no S.MItn 1> and Inliaama .. ho and B .... bq bald logatlcm. .IMS"sKrioN la hereby agreed lo V ahall' 'bo and MunlcKiaUttea and of told Cquntyamor 1
Btootlon to '
07. OiaOOI VESTIOEUVITjiiiug O.nirel ..,_ I.iiito4 0000. tolt00dO.m... ot Inn 060.us that too Count/ -*- Btato .. officiate 0
I.. iET Otocm..t.tttoo ,......... lor ..UII...... oolrtolo loct the Mtd Ux.BE e" "
.. .... Inglalnlu. k.. q term 141 TM
oicovet or THE H. fw o ta *. at Ihq ocnerel Bloctton. .. ...101 IT BHIOLVTO BT : : f
'-' tor tAo .bnuasoe. by IhqCounty Wall .1 .5.otml T LI' tor hi ,
.i WlLh_ ......, NINTIO fJI lAO. CtICUI' OF THIOTATt Way provide Board of Education at each coun ". td 4105150. Ion Ihq flrat :"d4.O tho flkka .OP THB STATS) : u :. IM ," I

... v.t ..-..," OF O'IDA, IN .AND fOIl bond toe tha qncludvq uoa of Ihq 0 d0.Pto TOO p. 54 November qo tour T thq following .m. to _1 .,o. o.1 bq bSIood5 ,
MARTIN. C PITY JuWie free onhoolq wllhln' the eouaty. =of .. 01.4 .. SECTION U. I. From uotd Ose 5. .. al tkq c each > (II I
: rnn = CHANtERVIIARCASEI' boon .011.. County Tax\ : : Florida itIO tAO Tha tint = qftloq under W I;
I tha aamq ahall kavq po .::r'000'0.; LqetoA '" k
... Saint
: qoUeeitaa 04 toxeq
ulta .or begin on Ihq FIn 10
.. C arlly at lha veto. n. "d" = : I
p > v.
: 71F.K Toleetton althqtreeholdera *05. h.Il be foP ri.ni4.. oIWI .on .11 _' he fill Btato .. ", I
: ... I. .04.0 a majority .. o pl Vo. VOnsdorllOPiAoFhsO.WYo.JoO
COLI.1N9vIlocast :t 5.00! 4tocton .. ..... BUM, County. School and ol aaatkma I. ,
who era- .. do toxee to bq levied to ton Coua known end BaeUon IT ,
tJ'ee st5 aa Any Taoanai qatd qfttot wtllck.qocun
_- !:lup..n. COu./N' t redding bond III'I okall be .....parudpeto.koreundorwMakT ,, -. 5.04 40 Slalq, County, County School \\board.Bchcot bo and Iba aamq la hereby agreed to axelahall prior to ... First Tuoedap aflofthq I I
IJ f.11I eehoel Mebt.qdnqm 0.- 54 Dlatrteta BpecUl Tex lcn.nl Dtowlem ba to *Ihq sHilim qdtbq First Monday January. sa t, .1
I o."i tcsothqy with the f br 0 : ._ nnol KunldpaUueo.. Stow lor ..u.u ar retootlon MiaU ko tilled by = by thq
II. .o\p__ attho NO LTO APPEAR nl >uek oounty taduduig tneurrodprior ipoctol .. .. Tbn Leglalalura. phaa M too LeglebUvq at. bq Governor and by lbs raU I !
...... ., TO ... Ian acnool dlalr1cttodebl.Jnonl 5000ii. _b'. .. 500 0000 5.00n.50 Sennon to iso and loot time tooa held .. .V.0100 aa kqretotorq provided by
ol Uua OJOenOMoa .
loaf :,. : =..cec..s.of 1 to the odopOon toeurrod nnaof tta a 0550 0.0. 5.0,0 *Ons 5.p000se, ll.wa.to kkmday ta Nuymnbor, IMS, .010.500. boa Is n* eoaq for to
(:Iooln. ,,,. I ..seto..S001.ns. o000m lndemodneaa.5 54. puw.,5. 05.1 os.nsdfill. .._. I. anlr nfter approval by the =-a a4aali BBCT10N 14. s. From and than Ihq Plrat Tueodap I after '.
I I. PeantyWanlnFvqulreel .. p00.000 .. tAO mha.5 .40 4,0 1.al County ad A referendum lor .ary I, IMS thq County Ton "1 Monday to January. IMI, !i
i42)Io.reooSio o. .5 ho h tq oponse I.oh. .... ...blo proparlp ot .... MaW no.qordkul -- that epeclfylng the powe fune- ... Oqunly .. Votusla. Btato term nr temsrq of ofnoq ad tow
... illmbln.: 04... ml, S jull for ........ qq .. to Ibo laat Mill mi oat kg nxintyprior ?a chan OslO 0 p. Ito, BUM, pointed to Mid office tor thq ci i j,
,,... i qBInt
,, oleo Da.re. ol C. deugnatod la Pangrapk ta IMf sh. nrplrq
toe lIlt 1141 a to the Imuaaaq .. .... ..._ ar4:: _....... fuosday
"" 1aI -:1.7. will he eatorvd ag.lml Ass 0004. 0004 bp-00 .00 Sd pjcsntimolf MO. IIS IS ahall pro. = ann rirot UonZg
0tFaor. Itit E .0010 I 10 Propoatng 0.doi vtdo by .law toe tha aanmalon nn thai Counly, Count* school to January IML "J
AntI.oa a ''"DATED Ao.lt'II. 5.p.hI. ot Section I of Article XVlleXltuUen I laomenment roU nt too Caunly. T.LA.es- DUtrlcto, Bpeclal SohooJ 1111 V Any provision f BM l "Inhsli J'
IMS.cl .
Ilol.b04 .?. 0 .. toO SUU al Florida, or. ot nil ...... .levied by the ...... County and MunuspaUtuw.a ka .,f I
( c"TCOlJV( *i'.oliraoyClerk' : o County achool Board -.Df= ,LooJ.t.. abaB 44 the Legle. lT. i .
1 Vo..e'5thO 1..c :
.. ...,. pedal na Boh.nl .uIIII an4 tram tuna toI ? I "
So00 l
<<: Clreell Court. .a .. ... ..., Tm UMISLAVRB *- /pollll... qpeeltylng thqpqwqsn .. my nan* I
::: r: :. bIrO. 0 DOKOTnXFlUCI.Solicltor .- ? OP L'I FLORIDA .5110N 14. I. Foea an4 after / ..- lunotlonq. ..qn4 qompenaattoa 0- thq State ol.

.. 00.04 i.It.g a O. ..ucon : 01.0 5.T' ITAT Amandment q< 10-th Ty ot County Tan r, qqautqatoSto hhatoaq, o Olla tbo ,
_ _ .... buloVth.k..7.A. 'forYuintlff. = 0.=be t I of Article XVII ot tbq Oon- e at nalht tFlorxto. :.. = : o4 thla lection 14, amt Auguaa, A, D CII, R. A. .n i

.1.,r.oua...- '" 111 WH$CltUeaa Paint, Joaa.h.Befldl.g Werlda. peal. --I Bss SUto .Florida, relating .. aham talww ofl o..a be5.4 ho 00..prevsdq ky to..ton .: ,I.

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,. "' I i.; j ) 1tc ANY OTHER GAMES YOU BOYS. PLAY? .- I Horticulturally ,SMALL Dayton( DUSINE.S5/THREAUNED(Ohio,/ ) Press)

U: tuurttt\ i
,'r ,
L LI ''T I "There Just one) compensation today m OWn i
: wW+ ilY r'4 Speaking. tOne own business: you don't have ft board 'of dir cfn:

;'r'I I I Published every Thursday at ing to know why you haven't made a profit"v*,

.I I Stuart, Martin County, Florida The words are the word of a local business, ,.

PACE ,t Jy by Stuart Dally News, ire, a I of the thing that has\ p\i*' the sentiment Is .echoed by every small busing M Z.11irr >
I s
I f Florida corporation. clod growers; f fix centurlot U what the country "?

CLIO i Entered: as second-flats mall I If make for hardiness h",) 'plants When labor leaders, marshaling their 'facts f

( ATV }f y matter at the post etfice at What, do Arctic plants have which other storming of the wage citadel, cite figures .k?

LT* i(I .Stuart, Florida, under the AcU tropical plant do not, that enablli th* "enormous", profit of business, they carefully'
Ad' of March S. 1879, I the small group of giant Industries which u
/ AT FREE PRESS them to survive Frigid ten)- do may h. al,'
Never they choose the
huge profits.
span small
a 35 YEARS OF SERVICE peralnret. and come: blossoming
almost without exception small bualnesa
Palm is maiT
withr and Tk at..+t D.illr *... WM IUMM_1 merrily forth HI Mom as the urn profits, indeed In ,many, ,many instances bill
e buck? we all small
t 1 '.tl" tki ,'. 7 .'i1"'i: ,lk.. ( 'ril .rit ( / oomes By experience is making .profit at all or barely enough
'aclU1Ilbl + ", A FREE PEOPLE i Iola; .". .h. at.ari YM irty..nw" rllh, I have learned hat( certain plants are po to exist ,
,. r f 'ahlh Th. TL.. r? w.Mld.l.MI i Tiardy or Tiaif: .hardy" of "frost : Today; the small businessman la squeezed betwl
'- tdI 1 .Y.A'te.. r...._Ull O>tohr Th..gtiut t. I/S"ttUt I I.. _N w k<. I timder or even so tciwitive (liVe 1 Slated costs of labor and materials on the one hii?
t b .dllen ... '........1' ....... ,
I J.i. a.u1 nMla. a..nNM. Y IH (5 ,. ', Amtunvlia/ ur Bartingtonia) that on the Other hjs inability to boost his own priMsT:
i 'V' I I l 40' temperature: are almost cm- 1 break.even of profit level. He Is holding the bag

yV MEMBER: OF THE ASSOCUTED PRESS lain diwth." Bur why : bag is em pty, It !small consolation to him tnat tomV and,

/ th. A+:,.nr.I',auI r., ax.af.d= \i i I In.ntHI u4u'.4lu.l n,...err,.lj, ..W ml th).M KM til for AP,nsae.IM.t MW> 4OW td,...a I \\hit relationship. !! Is (tIlt'I'WJI'o\ corporation oft in another state is making a record m

", I' >. !IN A. MKXNINBKRRMl "' .. .. .... .-... ..-........... .. .. _-P.III h.r I tween dormancy in plants and ; the nickels In his own purse are dwindling and desk!
"; I.VONStl .. ... .. .. the.if iohili7tto resist cold and still : fact his 'volume of business has attained an all.time
'i'N'r l. :._ ii d:,..:::: t
3 MkNMNCkk JR. S tree kuc* Its eaves he is having a difficult time keeping his 'head
I wn i 1 MM u MITI' 'ur i i I. .. .AdtI.I.a ::: I amt
r"II become l inrmnt
; Florid
4, 4 ''I 1 aWN Il'M6NNIMEN, I ... ...BMIne.. ::: h ) and < tide Thesj are depression days for many small Operil'
TT does that mean that it will survivetemperature : Somewhere along the line
SUBSCRIPTION RATES k. lower than world, we as a nation!) have rand

I ,rI'a' are IID'. .... r_!::.r. ___...MM Tw. Vriiniiiiiiii.i -._._. ...:. ta.1t I if it were In fun huff II erred grievously hand !and, We the have permitted prices and
,! I Ip .. ., .... BSI r to get out of penalty we may pay beColt
I arn.ln .' m.an hnnw..n a .n n.ml rMendl MIn .w Recently I wrote Mini (::amI'I.\ .
(: = ; I out is the death of
L of
.a.etlwanR I spiral millions
rl.Ct .ny peters
'yb AMw.\4tM, r... I. ...,....001. .u.104 a tl..In. _bU...... .r .0 bn I Il' 1 Woodward, editor of the Journal! small buslnp
eiYMvit which the prosperity and well-being of
on this
of York Brrtank-ul Car natioi \
i iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiij i i i 'iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiui the
result could
always depended. The well be
J' den, and suggested to tier that the choice
? y. YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR j jfl. acne of the Garden experts writean tween two evils: loss of our economic: freedom U jim
dustriul monopolies or to a despotic and
article on this "ub/t"Ct/ f fur the totalitanin
miiiiiiiiiinitiiiiiiiiiii l it imiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiIn l l l l l l l l l l l l l l burns
And while Rome Truman
f edification fl.r i the Curollna mountains we live in an old hou c. SpEktioa ; experience" Is limited! Miss each adamant fn his own views, hurl( political chartui

that the natives uied: to speak of as haunted only of coursj Woodward showed my, letter' to countercharges and propose on the one hand, imtoti.

they call is "hanted." To this day it sometimes! difficult Pr, vViHuiitiJ{J. Bobbin' director": of f : dictatorship by the -state and on the 'ther> : halt-6d

I'' to find a baby.sitter. though the "hunt" has pow been the Garden, then wrote me as follows measures which seem destined to. failure before thejlu

I; ended! as the result of some of the /most' interesting clrcum I : [been inaugurated
't I
,".r't' stances >ou evei: heard about. "I wish you could. .Jiave liernluttnin i Well might we say with the poet, Holland ''C
This old houHu was built In'1871 of hand-hewn Urn II | <( in today to a comers*. us men" .......,,men who have knowledge and wbdoB

bees and whip-sawul hocrda, no' that no two pieces of lum-1, tie I lid with 1>. Robbins, utter vision, men who can rise above the narrow limits of pi

bcr in the entire stiucturvvrt the same Ilile.l It stood: oi\\ I nut" your letter to liim" to (get; Ins I II land politics and lead us out of the wilderness/ into tin

.' l the old Uu place' ibout 150 yards from I its present location. I .:e.f7 I ophiioii on the iiihjtt-t. 1 omldn: I I our own foolilhness and blindness have led us.

I Who )lived in it cr anything about the house's history' i isnow pt. 5' II ,begin tie repent it all M vou, but --
shrouded in the Several other crumbling build I the gilt! 01 f it was that nobodyei)
\1 past The irony b tha10 often we have to undo tonom
ijigK' still stand i>n the Orr place including the manor i i'I ..understands: \ what factor or com I what we did today. t II
+ .
F Urination of acton contribute to aplant's
house, part of which once was a Post Office nearly 1001years : 4- t
tuiuiit' the Utter.drop slot by the front door is '. irdineji Some have Iran' I vanish
ago sure that hardiness was increased' ,, Flavor teems U jfrom food thl' minute ,
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,i. ,.' still: there In 1926 AII.the.IK old in house disrepair where we- now live was moved II t| COMICS CLEANUPRenruikxl :f1 mJII! :will the; )tissues art accumulation; but I when of tests sugar were in j, ion enters! a kitchen, ----t. :.I

\ to its present I cation 6 feet added to its length both upstairs I I A visit to the dentist for drilling /
: a major ohrerom
( from, Editor 4! Publisher) They. ran: cancel the giod intentions of the otliers made there Wl'ftItrelt flups In the
I :ljla' ) and down, and A great stone chimney built The MOTIVATED In the wave of f Piblie? resentment! Inevitably, 'when publications overstep the bounds Itenilt which .kept fmr\tigiton. us to our other troubles. ,'r'
dates written hidden the Them .
were on in ntuddmg, ,
and Hilkm \ the immoral) ''anll criminalInflmncTs of and taste, the des J from accepting this theory in toto.> ---
i u aghast decency good public lOme-
: 'I I Rev To Hawkins! had bought the house moved it to h'n' \ and his wife //.th..
Other have thought that otheraulatnncre a man ha'esps
!i 1'1': I of f game comic IKK,Is on juveniles 14 ot thing fllxHil It Ned it usually takes the'form of .!an
: own little plot of ground and he and his wife were fixing it accumulated at theproper same party, but not often |
\t' up for their own occupancy. But n\ 1930 the Hawkins were I the 34 rnillislirni of> 2<0 titles that appear every appeal 'to the courts or the Legislature V e don t 1.rn.h! : _J..
time to
strengthen a plant
1< : m nith tiirv*,adopted a moral code It is Intended want any censorship laws on our! statute books because :
"i till living. with some of their children and had hot )'etmoved breed in the face of cold weather. ; but S WIVES AND MOTHERS DRINKING Mill
|jto lilt not-ulwaysas- \ literature of Its censors censors But surely the comic 'j'
; purge '
; into their new home the did this
w again tests not prove l
lad feature book (to censorship if they ALCOHOLISMSwcmi.IlT
publisher! are going get
4 I-J Mr. Hawkins Will not only a preacher. He could always true
\ It mIght 1 hff i.ud that these pubh.\liirj\ are ddn't' unanimously clean house.In .
\f: < plough the best furrow cut the most acid wood, build the just "Dr gent of California. maintains TrwtW WRIT Otij W k Of HnptdnriM
I tlx hON IIf the !Ixfcwe the M New Yak State 11 Im I
ham ,
i getting oil it burnsI Legislature was WHITI SSISPITALWrite '
.1 Ilest) fence or 'pitch the best horseshoe of any man in the that if of huge I c.'tol'll I
w n. Cx;niic INN'Lj have been coiidc. 'mncd by many shelved culling. for an hivestig ithm of the comics growers Pee
valley Preaching the best sermon just camq naturally.! I of timatoes, for } would, 'r.1itle.St. ,
example i .
| (210 Cwtral) A Mi. > rrwlMs
}b"t5I "\ tu a m< n lie11.II character known far and wide. *
a dip each plant in solution
;. (I(I have keen( binned from the newuhUlds. lead agar .
they These semhly Investigation to legislation
Warih 1930 may ------ -
the 18 they
On night qf when Mr. Hawkins Just before' jetting It out,
'., ;1;', ." wan 73 yearn old but pry as they come he left the house 14 piiblishse'sofIld' \| t be congratul.tied (for recognisingtlit ( So far the newspaper comic strips have not been ; would not lose plants; from a tud

"f'' toward. dusk to bring the cows from the pasture, perhaps rc'(xmsibnllty to the' American community linked with the comic books in the wave' of Criticism den drop In temperature- Potash SAW See VI h

"' ", half a,mile away. A neibbol'-livinlt'' near the pasture MM 11.eir ueti,ui in equally k matter of( ..,prnervation( ", :The syndicates have! done a good Job of observing i bits are known to increase! hardl. A

j, ;-II';11'1' ,I Hawkins go by and they waved. That neighbor was the If they. d.i'not male gene\ inch united effort to police the rules of good taste: However'. public .Indignaturn nest but again this u not all the, 1 A r !Repair.

IIt' .i last man ever to see Mi Hawkins alive : the/, ,# ran mill, an aroused public will are that it and. the threatened investigation should serve sturv, Some plants do not .suffer SERVICE -' 'ufl

J'' When the preacher failed to return from hid errand, I it dine in them"Unfurrunutcly ia a warning\ that newsp iper comic: strips and comic! until ice! crystals l form In their lit*

"I : : his family grew anxious and set out to look for him. Search ll ere' are 20 other publisher of I books may easily become* tame thing In the eyes sues) others, such as' the squash,

W' was difficult because: just at dark it began to rain hard I comic Ixuiki who/ cannot see the handwriting on the of the investigators if the newspaper syndicates and. and pumpkin are affected 'uhcn ARNOLD BAUERSt.

and this soon: turned to sleet and snow as bitter cold I wall and hewn not joined\ the cleanup) campaign.THE artists should for one minute relax their vlg lance.\ the :soil gets cold! enough. ,tit reduce .

\) ''I weather settled on the valley for the night Next morning their Intake of water, Imaiueof LucU Boulevard Poona 14bh1 ,

!J, the search was begun in earnest, and 1,000 mountain folks LEGENDS CONTINUE -I ( their own peculiar way of react
f, Inc In cold sod Some picots of
1, joined hands and walked' over every foot of these mountains The! weapons change! but, the Iryixlj continue lire of America-although one was English the: course acquire or cAn ,J fw made tllj LEGAL ADVtaTISCMENTrtN L L ADVEHTISUltltW
for 'miles in e\ ery direction For one whole month Men no banger d"J"'J.dII". "' boWl! und arrows for other Swiss-not because of their skill! with bow and acquire certain degree MOTIGa I
r 1 the posse H hunt went on, with never a trace of Mr. Haw tlirir. very exiMuic lint lira favorite stories of man arrow but because they turned that skill to noble use. nets, but it Is ,,well.known that/ Wd.ndI

; kins, nothing to show which way he might have gone 01 kind till truce hick to those ancient times of great I They warred against oppression.. It is for 'that we there are limits to this rue NMIca n* tealma 1a YTRLD5 P, .Gives W I'M: C..a.l.as : :.r'', t' am. :::-

what might have happened 'to him. It was as if he had :bowrmn.. Fven In America. the" unerring aim of admire them and it is for that we cherish their "there so- to smrlnas, ,S. Cue 11.5 ...- IN I.nlyd, ,: ra.wMWyklN VNUrMA'
arc many aspects; ... Ort4.wTl.rt, IH" .d .
M cwr Ine .
dropped off the earth. ; Dank,1 1 Boom> I long rifle i hunt half so well.known tnel1lOl t'& the question which has been gtudi Moon r ftn.llr ..Ilia. sew tkr A_...... Or4'...' i'p'.d' .. rt
,{ With the passing of the years' the mystery grew deeper .u lie skill with which' 'R Inn Hmd and William .The fight against cinpresslon"b one we Americans .d! by probably more Institutions ,.wvopfta..Mil yea,IOB, rhea. .,r. ia ta..,lw4. lotowstAFrROPKUTION t* b, w..nl ..d Mil"' 1 "' AA .

r. and mountain folks talked about the disappearance and Tell employed) I fair; own moduval! wearwns. Robin have always Waged, In war as well as Ul peace than any other combined I* taiucol ro FISCAL vIA I545 .tat ,

It conjectured on possible solutions Sitting around winter II'KX! remains "TinPrince of Thivvcs and the !are on foreign toilers; well u on our own home grounds. and\ horticultural problem that OKDINAXY ruar0SLssi.ei. e
'1 hearth fires and talking about this fabulous man-Of-the nws 1 he slag' in Sherwood tote ,, wherever Dr. Bobbins that ..M'I
continue. to Oppression exists a man or group of men opinion was it ., Car Ca..L.I.sws : Jl Jla.rat
h r mountain. the natives built up a sort of folklore, for they in Hit) con* k nee of:f mankindilliam;: ; eau still insist on dictating to 's free people and! we shall would be impossible tnl find anyone : Aadu.., Cbl: Au...w; C.IMAs .; a

N:':1 an naturally! superstitious and an impossible disappearance uiwheatbtf I Iwo snows, when he needs only one to continue, to wage and win, tins war whenever oppression who could present the lubjwt qY.n.M Cii..k.Co "i ." .. .: :. ,per

'I soon became a supernatural legend.EJht'en I split an apple on his son's head arise, ,Robin Hood. did, dearly and authoritatively fir such 'I : ...- :.. ..,, .
5I ; I IIi | ( just to many Y.."".. iProteutanl .... -. .. ........ nN
1 1t ge : years went by. The sorrow and heartbreak nobill! II+sal 1 md U illi.im Tell continue In the folk yeuir" ago people as rend our Journal by LI.L.I. ; p I .nM IUA I II
Ii of the family was forgotten. Mrs Hawkins died four yearn 1 which I mean JIt'Mwho\ on the 1! .'. ..:::::. ::: ..... .. ,

4IH after the preacher's disappearance' and was burled among i DON'T TAKt whale, have had no technical SAFETY WORK AND WtlJFAMTot
the mountains she loved so well. But mystery clung to the {I WALKINGBy training Dr, Ribbins estimated' I of Pol''" ..... ,."-_-._ ....._......"... :jN: .,j
house Hawkins had fixed for himself, though he had never I The Nat nal Board of Fite Inderwriters .' ,, Nelson P. Bard that a list of publications on the ; l"aaa.a .. '
lived there hat issued a The war.t'me storage of gasoline and rubber finally subject would contain at least 750} P5. mil :r ::'.::=:::,: .. ,." 'E: !

LHl One lust month | fire time accomplished what the rad: physical culture tides and probably 'that is si low run, C.1oI ..d 1.II. t.i Is.snotw r....... ,INN .
day a logging crew was cutting timber I warning concerning<< o gymnasts V.I .sm+ Fine.A. ., ..,. '
\ deep in the area known as YYhiteside Cove about 5'!% that are especially great during magazines and a few doctors have long, been advocating estimate/ N pin dmw.D7.n.mt RwW Cmom W.lm;;; .::::: ,,,:::;:,::': ,N...r.::

l 16T miles from the valley where Hawkins had lived. One of summer and early tail People who for years, haven't walked any farther than *W e both f xind your letter. nyatInteresting Oil., D./a".Ma IlnhrOsN: u.N.4.&I ..1145. 1>,0".
. ..
'If the loggers walking through the lush woods saw somt: The, fire rate in vacation. cut the icebox, are now moving under their own power, and nevertheless. mid! appreciate some. d IJhtlea Mini IS.N.. ''' .'''jijI'i'.;; ;: : rs.N', .

j jI thing white and kicked it a skull rolled over The tages and want hotels runs high the American civilization totters with them your writing freely on a 0 Au..N: a, std d a..n Sew IL1..4 LayNm.55 r. .W/ .Ir.,I II, SNN

logger took cue look, started to move on then thought due almost entirely to simple care I Here in this country it Ian illiterate person Who subject 'that means ft great deal to P.... 11.-. M....INs-lain....s ..d __lloot I 1NN...... t.,
.. .. ....... .. .
better of his plan and retrtived the skull bringing it hometo ksamess. Many summer homes are doesn know the correct form for the breast stroke the you :.,E.A.MITS H.Nw.l.t.. Cm'. d. "'.If.. Aid..........._... ..._....- -.. .. \ ,LINNtIs: .N aWash

I the valley when he returned from the days work. He fur from fire departments. and II short, chip shot the bottled coke, or the right turn from .... aad IstwN1 ...._._-_ ., r L

i nf showed it to other natives and they fell to talking. The once a fire gets going. a total Iud i the middle of the street with six people in a coupe, But A MAN'S WORLP CONTIlfC&/'IT/' IONS.AC.Inlaln.Ma .
Jk Hawkins l mystery was recalled and of of ten( results The defense is --- I"," 4
voluntary posse only those forms are fundamental\ They are dealt with in every If don't believe it'r' A.dli t
i about 25 men set off at dawn the! next day to explore the mutant vvatchfulnes Don \'er-' movie, and experienced by all. Butwhat about WALKING T world you a "an'a YIM.ii.n.w.: ,-5*.... Jr..t.: .pitmis; 1/N
I take look .. .. A
(Just at lhese.dt'lCl'lptivl ('. ..1Ido E. _....__
woods where the skull had been found. Intd electric ci"'lJlts'Itb extra appliances Did you ever see anyone walking in a mottle Strolling beside words and TIITA" ADYINIaiaATION. _....._....... c

k: The leaves of great oak, maple, hickory magAolia Dont use refrigeratorand the blue waters, yes. Running and leaping franticallyInto then deny that the "breaks": phrases. aren'tall "'SLtClTY" ;

and dogwood trees had been accumulating for 18 yearn, simitar equipment which have autos\ jeeps and tanks yes but walking no And so Vfth the men! '' \ f. IkII'' .... ... .. _.... :: ..._.... '. INnr "
tH I but the searchers went to the spot anti began! carefully tc been. out of service for mmthi I have ,decided that walking must have form tf it is (to last!,, If 4 man doesn't } .q -.- cI

scratch away the rotting debris of nature's forest floor without oiling them. And-above I I knew-a fellow who was the Olympic walking cham-: ... marryKM"bachelor" a : > .D n.I&IIVIC& iUMtx) e
I IA They soon found Hawkins' glasses, his upper dental plate all_see that stoves and J>ipes are and glamorous ,word. If Tot . pion a few years ago, he used tht walk as a sort of t woman I i..C.H'tm'; :
she's .
+ and the notches he all stays an TOTAL AFf ,
had cut in it with his pocketknife because protected from woodwork and! turkey trot aad could walk as fast asWnost people old I Il
can run. maid .
it hurt his gums his gold Match that had list fireplace" screened t1 C.. .1 .Iato';,..qI..I.: : ..,.... ,, 'an. '
no crystal are He,insisted that walking a person had to have one foot What a man leisat the''' office Mt. SMle. .-.. .,.,_......,..._-_... .._. .Ire.t.. eIP.N5.ly
but still looked new his purse with vestiges: of decayed keep.: come tort of fire-fighting on the ground at all, times. I have thought of.this! a treat is "news" What the woman hears ". '....;. ":"' "",\" --.--:.. .. L'. FUN" .1

money, and even the shoes he had worn they had withstood equipment ready at hand. If afire deal and have accepted it as a fact. But there are so many at t l bridge party Is "gossip'' ': .BUDGET APaor IATtoNSWTlllTYi.l IFI, I
18 rigorous I winters in the forest and the rotting ten- is detected" qincklyv a garden of having foot at all times O
ways one on the'grpund that In middle age, he's "to the prime'I t
dency of rains.
heavy hose or 0, hand I sometimes ANTICIPAWO lECElPTf'
eitinguislier may even become confused 'of We" or "at the peak at h(I. wtxarixrItiRi7aEiuvy
How did Hawkins get thjfre Well, obviously he check It before serious damage to The people who used to crouch: low over the steering ." At the career "' u
walked. How did he get so far from home? Only con done.. same age, she f 110 c.._ .( ItNN ;
wheel and always had their toot on the clutch carry the spring chicken"" \ ., eM !
I I II lecture answers that but these mountaineers know n\aW..I. ? T.'TMw :::.. :.: ,..
The best of vacation it tendency over into their walk and can them toil If I 1 Na
part a you see a man ,Iha overly solicitous of M'U.' .. '
all forest (1l1n d a-tloo 5MNPlmk .
how the looks identical when you get into it. getting Out of door. But, ,In ,tune. ing along even on the level head and shoulders thrust for his' wife,lie) is i 'devoted T.MM.M.-. .._.._" Otis ;
know how easy it is to get lost within 1,000 feet of your won't huabeaxG"tVlen I .... .......,,, ._..,._.-. I. ,
be of bent in : And I
theta any ,enticing out ward, legs a perpetual: spring think of the the wife practice the! sane
own cabin. They think Hawkins got lost, Vied to start doors to visit/ / If We fail to control girl.,who have let middle age catch.them Some try to virtue, her husband "henpecked,I. w-dl Plisse.a's" Poi-SMn.w.a tarn .sd NIw.C.r ,4_;( t e./N ANN: .;

for home, grew panicky rushed on and on in the wrong (Ire, Watch your smoking ma combine a saunter, or stroll, with speed and come up with Yes. it all depends on one .I M-1.-...,' a..yrs, 14t! ...... 1'
direction in a frantic effort to reach the Valley'before dark, terials.. And! never leave i ,,campfire I qI JII finally tell exhausted\ as the heavy rain and sleet fell on; until K has been thoroughly universal' joint. These are known as "hip shifters" you talking. about! I Mk.ll P.rk:M4 Mtw nl....... kiIN. .N ;.
II.-. IUu ... ...
him to him to a sylvan Wad > .na aI' .ibdD ,
carry grave I walkers' the "
smothered\ with, water and damp Then there are the iff-legged who don t Is a *
I Did J say grave? ;Jfo the call, ryes 'identified the earth. bend their knees, Clearance is gained for the swingingJeg lion of the term "hoe boy.* orrup-Bad R! :II.PM0s.,, )tI.Ms.a.s. a I Wsss., its. AaJNIthuh. 11:,
: .
belonging could, the undertaker,and was to recover what ,In short, dont;.t..Ioe: a chance: } by leaning in an off direction, These duck type persons In the early. days most of the farm ..... e.....,. :' ........ .. t INN. .
bones he find on a Sunday afternoon\ at the are match for the shoo shoo type people who gain worl" \ wa* dime -.8.' .
: Then youll have a !happy) health no with *tioe As '* N.r ........ i-U4 J \ "
Methodist Church just across the way from the house their feet at least 8 inches the result there as.t.M
(ul 'vlIat"-and! w wilt everyone ground by lifting off ground sprang up roving bands Tmhwaa / .iMwP.MUirn.' Whtla .J ..IMNP.h4Mq
that Hawkins fixed up for a home the greatest funeral In else < and then lean forward Until the ground is contacted again), tf men with '* ,hoe lowed over + /M .54 ,$lu.. t I ;m'rsry..a
I I many) year was held in defer ence to a long-lost von of the II | their. .' '
r -- You1 will find these people at the r best in department! \ *store ahnuldert/ ( to which wsewMi > .
/soar tied i,.. qa. G.Mr
valley |A thousand persona 'attended. some from' many'mil. I A small boy :w:;'nuked< to give crowds. I bundle of thel,.beJvngilJb. these .... ....... oor-. ".r'N' s,.Ins.,I!r
I i' away. Auto lined the highways on both aide of of .. win have to.find Which hoe I ., "ItI'I"'TW'! : ; r
I ty I [riM definition steam Hi answer As in sport, you to ; class you .Iwy* pkked Wk "where To1'Its' 1it" !
the church: And all that had been found of the mortal to belong'ind then practice' unrelentingly, attain ever al1lrf.,
:1Lb Wale Steam water gone cnuy \ perfection they could find >. .k Ij ,
i'. 1 Tom Hawkins was carried away to a real grave beside thewife 'With I the h at Sunshine of form, If I can help you, my advice is free. Hobo h Keys C''' 7,
1 I of long igo- -M E, A. M Paha.aa. A&.i'11Y. t'4' '

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and nemle Insect* of are Florida'two of RETAIL FOOD chandlse up a total store of In$221,141,000 the State rang last ABSTRACT FIRM Hole Sound News 9 VETS BARRED CHOIR, SOLOISTS hour-long program during which I ,I i I'' 1

year, up 23 per cent ram 1946.'JOINS' :2& GROUPSThe FROM ALLOWANCES I PRESENT CONCERTA I Miss.Edith Matthews, Mrs! Rose '.
Walton. Mrs. H A. fludhoff and .
The -
SALES INCREASE Was 1 comparable per cent national figure Abstract; and Title Insurance ADAIR MAHAN Veteran barred from any future summer concert; ; culminating the former Miss Phyllis Constance -
Florida drug store also showed ; Company Inc., had been readjustment allowance I three months of preparation by sang solos. The choir 1
an annual accepted a* active member by under the GI Bill of Rights in 'four soloists and the Methodist gave seven numbers accompanied -
gain of 23 l
and 1B47 sale per cent the Florida Title Association the Fort Pierce area now total Church choir was offered at the by Mr. Edna Coutant at the a. '
;Florldlans and visitor to the 000. a The total of $88.448- the GIVEN PARTY nine, Horace B. Jones, manager church Sunday night.A organ who also played a solo. .
raEp State spent M7 ,307,000 In retail 20 per cent Increase was Vice-president American Title Association .8.. of the Fort Pierce office of the I discouragingly small audlence The Rev. W. O.: Aldrldg presided.
food stores last year, 43 per cent "Total Roy Florida State Employment Ser- of about 100. heard the ,
sale In all other type State announced this week. I
amore than: in le4e. the research of retail stores'in Florida (excepting The firm, which I recently ON BIRTHDAY office vice stated serve today.Indian River This, Mar local
and Industrial division of the food; general merchan, moved Into the new Dehon tin,, Okeechobee and St. Lode .
Florida Slat Chamber of dise and drugstores) amounted building, had a thorough physical ,
By MARIE BKODERICK counties To date 614 claimant
stated yesterday In Its to U01,414.000, a gain of n oPer examination, Inspection and throughout Florida have beendeclared CENTRAL MARKET
cent compared with of Its, abstract records,
weekly business review. tL national survey Miss Rids Griffin entertainedAug. not eligible to receive
I gain of 23 per cent title plant and increased faculties ,
"Nationally sales in food store 10 at her horn in honorof future benefits I
increased 31 cent the "Several factor accounting for by Morton McDonald of MEAT I
per during the Adair Mahan1 ljth birthday. The most common fraud which i ,.
ater Increase In DeLand, 'secretary-treasurer of
1948-1947 period. General mer- nCJ[ Florida dames and dancing were enjoy has been discovered Is the act I PRbDUCE $
the nation are the State association three and GROCERIES
DrinclDul- i
ed. Present were Adair Mahan, of a person becoming employed
AL BRANDSALLOWS I ly tourist Increased spending population and a gain, more In; into week the ago two before bodies.Its acceptance Lacy Mae Griffin MUle Brod- and working while they are COURTEOUsSsERVICE '. ,
rick, Olenda Oarrard Arn- drawing allowance and certi-
the number II
of retail outlets. I FUEL old, Donald Bowden, 'Milton fying that they are unemployedand \ CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd it
ARS PREACHER WILL: VISIT CONVMM'IOHThe Griffin Dever McIntyre, David available for work. Manyof and Akron Joe
The Rev R. A. Campbell, pastor inspection bureau of the Callen and George Flzet. Ice these cases of fraud have been I Brooks 4F1s
10-OZ. of the White City Community State Department of Agricul :cream and cake were served discovered by a post-audit of
jjl 1 Church will preach at the ture report 193,831 gal. of gasoline Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lester employer' record to determine '
CELLO BA( 11 '.m.."temce of the Presby and 1 1D24 gat. of kerosenewere and children have returned home whether claimant had worked 'l ,
terian Church at the Woman'] consumed In Martin County after several week vacation in while claiming and drawing allowances -
Club next. Sunday. and. Aug. 29. during June. North Carolina. .Other leads have come SERVING MARTIN COUNTY :+
._ .
-- from letters ,
Anq Page ---- -'-" --- -- I re MIll, Geneva Griffin of Stuart employers } sr'
nil returned nome after a weers neighbors,and other claimantsand WITHComplete A
vacation with her grandparent, have been developed through
SANDWICH Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Griffin, Held Investigation by deputies of Dairy Line 7
Mlu Marie Brodrick entertained -' the 'Unemployment Compensation ., Deliveries In Jensen j li''
SPECIAL! 1 some friend at her home the Division.
on Tuesdays t'
SPREAD evening of Aug. 11, Card and ; ) '
and ,
BOOKLET AVAILABLE / Thursdays i Saturdays
.' other game were played. Her' 1'
Pt. Jar _.. ._37c guests were Olenda Oarrard, 'Good Citizen," a booklet published
Elda and Mae Orillln
by the American
Specials for' Fn. and Sat., Aug.:20.* 21 Hutchinson Adair Mahan,Charles, James and Flzet Donald'and Foundation tor a the* the Freedom official Train publication -11 / GRADE APASTEURIZED MILKHOMOGENIZED '

White House- Evaporated SATISFACTIOJ'' David Callen j! which designates the rights and
.. ( Mr. and Mrs. George JJrownlee! duties "
of the American ,
qIM A''M.' pNC G
MILK'nn COFFEE and children Penny Freddie and Is being distributed here by the y
na Prepared IL 43c Betty Marie and Mr. and Mn.j i' Good Government League ofMartin i VITAMIN D MILK i r

LIMA BEAN 6 -- Thomas Wlthlngton and ehll'I'I County. Anyone desiringa JCOFFEE "
sm. cans 43C VITA FOOD I dren enjoyed a picnic copy may secure one from any CREAM I

22-oz. cans.25c 3 ] .. "Jupiter Island. of league's 15 directors, "
ge. cans GUAVAJELLY 1:1 Donald I Bowden left Monday' WHIPPING CREAM
:::: 23c ----- ri
Pa,. Peach (for a few day visit In Jesup. Ga. i SOUR CREAM ,
""""""" +t
Mr. and Mr Marvin Crowe
PRESERVIbjar have returned from St. Simon, COTTAGE CHEESE ,
.. Sultana TOMATOES 2 ", Island Ga., with Mr and Mr. Q l/A1'i 11 11I '
!- OLIVES I s William Haley and their three BUTTER AND EGGS I :"
children of Attleboro, Mass. who I
Itana Med. SizePEAS .r'UICc t'VUUSTHINGBEAN have been their guest for two: THE MOST COMPLETE, 1
5Vi-o*. jar stuffed. ,37e4lio week Crowe celebrated a birthday -' FROM OUR TRUCKSFAVORITE .
21e ,
2 jar plain :o 15c Tuesday
lo. can ,... .15e. Mr*. A. F. Stanley and John GROCER .
-=- JERSEY 111., ,
Mancho of Urbana arrived
nn Page MACARONI or Aug. 11 to spend two,weeks with BARA 'S DAIRY
/ relative here. Mrs. Stanley Is IN THE PALM B CHES ft
IPAGHETTI 19C POTATOHLOj.BAGONJQUAflES .. 43c the lister of Mr*. Jessie TJrlffln, 417 OK ECHoaEE' R .D I' ftf
p .2J:p ::. .. ........ ... '- Mr*. E. I, Arnold Mrs. Dan PHONE 2--38.5 'I P. O. )X 1042, STUART
..39cARMOURS Shaw, and George and Archie I
ed Circle- Delicious HotI Iced I Ib. Brownlee. Mancho Is Mrs. Dan
Shaw's son. Mr*. Stanley's I ; 1.1
2 C 85' STAR- daughter, Sarah Mae has spent .. ,
OFFEE ,, .m.',,', the summer with her aunt Mr*. $

... Custom. --Cultatm .Mind.r-. LINK SAUSA'lb.. __, 59c Dan with Shaw her mother.and will return' home -'; / --- il I
--- "
Smooth Rich WESTERN CHUCK : The Rev and Mr Alexander :

EANUT BUTTERS' 33CA BEEF ROAST 65c39c I month'Linn have vacation returned In Detroit.from a i

j lb. 'Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Qulgley FOOD MM ,.
DRY.SALT and family, Mr. and Mrs. L E.
DeUoach and family and Mr. and
& P CA DEN FRESH BACON. Mrs. E. J. Arnold and daughter
FRUITS and/ EGETABLES enjoyed a beach party Sunday.
.- -- -- -- Mr*. Russell Allabaugh Mr. Arthur, Mrs. MAXWELL HOUSE, Regular, or Drip Grind I ,
Thomas Brodrlck.
rip, Lare I N. Y. Stat. Golden Anthony's Economy Market Brodrick and daughter, Marie / .
? C O F FEE ib. SI/
and Adair Mahan had a I picnic, .
ELERY It:1: 2 C CORN 4. 29C 300 SO. AKRON AVE. I STUART FLA. on the beach Thursday, f1 f1I
.,. YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI ELF SERVICE MIll Elda Orlffln entertained Ala
46oz.PINEAPflEJlCE Corn and Sugar
GROCERY AND at a candy-making party Friday can RuiH'
diet: 'Yellow evening at her home; After I N Vl.Cal.can. ,
) 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY making candy games were play 39C 55''ill's

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SOME D EAT 3 lb. carton $1.05
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RUNES r. 18 BEANS D .s.Al 10 lb.--,. -.43c- .RichUnd Cream StyU YELLOW Chicken of the Sea t j

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1 I'< I',(,,I I' 1,1 I, SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of WEEK" ( p.m.T.l y.

\ ) .d' 4 Society:
I :" :.1 ticy .1I : I '
Vows dred and daughter; Kitty Lou tamUY of
I'' ) left Friday for Mt Airy N. C., HONORED AT PARTYDick fackson7Constance a vacation In Iowa He will be Okeechub?
I I Ir Mrs. John W. Keller, lOt East I tpenf the week end in Miami." Aay rlsltere le
(I to visit her parent Mr. and Mrs Joined by his son John, at Hen- ,

FACE II I N T. C .Barber.r ___ _____ th8t tables ,,of entertained bridge at with her home three ,or at a Roberts surprise was! birthday guest .f party hon Taken tin( Fort Pierce Monday dersonvllle, N. C, where he C. has M .

I A,, I the -evening of Aug. 11 Miss 1 been attending camp.
Friday night Quests were Mr{. FLOWERS for All
LurUne Greene, assisted by her' Walker accompanied Falconer as OCCASIO
i( a; Arthur M. Dehon; Mrs, U altar !
John gladioli
I I f mother Mrs. H. J. Greene was An Improvised banked wit\! fern and white far as South Carolina.

x, AT vaPan r ,:,' ,. ? Wenninger, Mrs. Carroll Ireland, hostess et her home on Styp- provided the background for'the'' candlelight service which united e8nentftve BOUQUETS .,. .CORSAGES CUT FLOIM.
I Mrs. W. C. Armor)) Mrs Joseph mann, Blvd. A scavenger hunt Miss rhyllls !Edith Constance and"William Jackson Monday evening teen-ager enjoyed -

\ I, : FOreenlees:' Mrs R, O. Judson, was held.Other at '.30. She Is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Joe C. Constance, a folk games party at the FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
\ ) Mrs..Ruth Stevenson, Mrs Olen guests were Mary Cole- 826 East 5th !St.! The,groom U from Mobile Civic Center at I Thursday evenlng. -. DOMESTIC and foffrRTED CERAMfQSMITH'S ,
Palm De'Berry, Mrs James Herbert man, Janice Arbogast, Sara-Roberts Judge Flem" C. pane of Fort They participated in the
wlt ulaciilt .i Warren Shtpcs. Jr, Sue fierce performed the double- stance, Miss Rose Czverko and Line Dance and several other
Bruner, Mrs, Alex Forrest MrsHarris FLORAL& GIFT
Leek, Julia Jamison BauUeRaulerson
ring' cerrniony ai the home of .' folk dances. -Mr*. Carl SHOP
Densks Assisting
Mr and Mrs, Ed
A fact calling for 1m- | Lowery Jr.. and Mrs 'of OJteechobee, Elva: Mr. and Mrs. D W. Troup In and WE WIRE FLOWER
Roth were fr.O., D. Hayes a
elbly, G -' mediate action! The ,- David B. Irons Bruce and Nick Beatty, Charles Fort fierce. Miss Jo Ann Con A reception at the Stuart Woman Mr. M. J. Morrison who served '
[ fact: ONE-HALF J JI' Hall, Norma Oriner, Emily Mor sUrise'the bride's sister, was! Club followed at 8. WhIte refreshments. Arcade Bid,, 5th St, Ft..Pierce ph ee11/1
1 rison, Sara Lou Roth Patsy Sullivan maid of honor and Joseph Ma gladioli and greenery was Used .
of the Automobiles I N -
on effectively' In decorating the I
Elaine Ulmer, Milton Griffin
tyas served as best man. Susanne' Mr. and Mrs Theodore Hut _
the road today are It i ROTARY CLUB Donald Bowden, Deaver T club. Kenneth Stlmmell sang
rOil p was rlngbearer and
j and ,left last week for
son Teddy
Tears Old Older! .. Storer, Jimmle Walker, Emerson: "BeC use"and "Ah Sweet Mystery (
or {TU r Nw Iasi Dwtght Troup, Jr., lighted the 1 (, "
.... Wliltevllle.Term, where they ore J Et"
'I .. .. .. Kramer, Robert Greene and Bill of Life" and Miss Jo.Ann
Action / candles.
a The :Making J JM "iJ CH HOLM". Z.Uo, guest of her mother.
Constance "For You Alone.
r. ;! Ashton. Jiouscguest ef the White marquisette fashioned, sang JLEYPLUMBING
SORE that you are \ ( --e-
sotiewsaax Mrs. Edna Coutant the MO
wu ac
I II FULLY p teclyd A :RCDDDea. is."l.er Beattys.LaveneButcher the bride's gown. Its fitted bodice Mr. and Mrs. J. t. Craig, 311
llh"J companist.
3 +r rI rf was. designed with a sweet Albany Ave., have as their house- 8\1\
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I INSl'R. Miss Rose Csverko kept the
>J | L1.481U''fy 1I heart neckline and puffed guest for the month of August !
I guest book Mrs. Troup and Mrs
| re reu face sleeves The full ballerina length thelf! nephew Billy Mount, of
I an acciillnt hoard skirt, had a '!;Iu'Ue back. The, Sam Brown served the cake Philadelphia. I JOBBING 4 CONTRACTING
4 Sa bride wore a corsage of while Mrs. Howard Bartlett and .. '
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: like that 4 ANOTHERUOCR N -
1, '" Wedding HeldMiss and a halo of white orchld'j Mrs. Leslie Bartlett presided at Prompt Cutruh/
I .' C'Sil I us, Now GRAPE E marquisette. A string o(' the pnnch bowl I today Mr, and for a Mrs.motor Jack: trip Smouse through left EfficientA

was her ornament. j The couple left shortly,afterwards South Their Itinerary
1 I Peggy Joyce Butcher and. The :ldlY honor chose a for a wedding trip to Mo- will Include Florida.Miami, Bradenton, Just Phona 246
John E. Ravens' exchanged wedding 1
yellow organdy ballerlna-lengtb bile. They expect to return next Sarasota and St. Petersburg.
ED 1\APP\ kf I vows Sunday at 1 tie. at gown with a corsage of yellow week and will be at home. at the e'-
the Methodist Church bride rosebuds. Her headpiece was a Majestic ApW,
Mrs. Fred Joss and children
f REA ORP. i, I Is the daughter/. Mrs Velma halo of yellow. marquisette. Mrs. The bride is a graduate of Terry and Freddie returned Sunday -
i 0. adePhon I C Butcher of Stuart. The groom ConsUnce the bride's mother, Martin County High School and from Miami where they were" COUTAN'
''ft;. 19I III the son of Mr. and Mrs" was attired In navy blue figured I is employed as a clerk in the guests Ot friends for several day
t ; ; Charles laVene of Stuart. The crepe with a corsage of pink office of the county tax col '-
r >y1'' 'Rev W 0 Aldrtdge solemnized rosebuds. lector He attended schools: In Clyde Coutant, commercial
4 < the cer/etnon1. t Clone friends and relatives attended I,Mobile served In the armed .photographer, who has been viieJnFrfla'I PHOTOGRAPHY
'Ili tiG The bride only attendant\ washer the wedding. Guests from i forces in World War nand is lung friends Estate
I, ---- --- --- sister Mm. James M. Tuckerof Stuart were the bride's parents, ,now Connected with the' Coca- Mass ; morning Photography
'I Miami, while Raymond his studio
} 1 INNERSHRING MATTRESS I tlneuk. brother-in-law of the .- .- Attractive Photos: of Your Fishin/Party and Cili .

r and bridegroom, was best man. Pauline and Terrell Kirk "of Mr. and Mm. !Earl!: Hall, Eldo- Mr. and Mrs Ralph ZarnlU
The bride is a graduate of I 1 Portsmouth, Va., arrived Mon rado Heights l left Saturday night I left Thursday for Cleveland PORTRAITS AND AERIAL HIOTOGRAPHJ
1 BO SPRING Martin County High School. La- day to spend two-weeks In the for Hopklnsvllle, Ky., where they where they will be the guestsof 263/
.t :1 on 6 legs vene served three years m ihs E. J. Smith home In St. Lu leI will be the guests of her parents, his parents, Mr. and Mrs Leo Krueger BIdf. Box Pies,

.tffi{ .: Navy and la now employed by I Estates. Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Hall, for two Ztrnlts, for two weeks.
% $5950 '' the Southeastern Bottle Oas -C-- weeks, Hall Is in charge of the *> .-
$69.5 'I Company !in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Constance, sports department at Bell Hard B. H. Crandall of Miami was
I The 835 East 6lh St.. left Tuesday for week-end f Mr and
couple left for a two-week ware. the guest T>
tour of the State and will reside I Flint. Mich., where they will visit -e- MM. H. M. Kletfeld at the Your idle

Ft. Pierce Sleep ShopFort In West' Palm Beach. relatives for two weeks. Dr. and Mr*. A. R. Collett df France. money
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Morgantown;.W. Va, are visiting I
Pierce, Fla. \ 120 N. 2nd St. Phone 710 I MISS BLTCHFR HONORED Mrs. Elmer 1'1' Beatty was host- Mm. Collett's parents, Mr. and Inn Marion McGee of 61 West
AT SIfOWt.ll FRIDAY ess at her home on Stypman! Mrs. Horace Atwood, of Flagler i 4th St. left Thursday for Cocoa
J1 Mrs. P O. Thomas and Mrs Blvd. Saturday night for a birth Ave. Dr. Collett Is head of the where abe Ia I '''the guest or Mr, Can e
W. R. Baker honored Miss Peggy day dinner In honor of her hus-. department of chemistry of West and Mrs. W. lL Doughty

+ LIST your Rooms: Apartments and Rental Joyce Butcher with a miscellaneous band. Others present were Mr. Virginia University and is spending -e- '
l Homes with ijjjf shower' Friday evening at and Mrs. Rang Smith!! and son, his summer vacation on a MM.. J. t. Harrison had as her '2
us. ,, the home of Mrs. Baker In Eldo- Jay, Bill Ashton, and. Bruce, Nick trip through the Southern States. Aug. '-I guest Torn Stringfet- '270

'IJ{! L. F LFORD"If redo: Heights. The gifts were and, Elva Beatty._ e low of Bufihnell.
artistically arranged and presented Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Conradleft
,: ,c Estni. M a shower from a dec. Mr Henry Cabre and two. today for a weeks vacationat Per Annum'
'iii orated umbrella.A children Gloria and Diana, with Hendetsonvllle, N. C. Their
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color scheme of nile 1 J'tinrElllY; ) J4A.NACEMENT days last week at Silver Springs.
and Pinnacle will
\ yellow was supplemented Camp return SavinjAccounts
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with garden !flowers. Favors were with them.
% r rI ; 321 North Colorado Avenue lollypop dolls with the names Mrs. Sam Austin and daughter, e _
l'honeW17 Piggy and John cradled in the I Eileen left Monday on. the Mr*. W. L. Kempson, enroute
The Federal Saving and Loan izuranee. Corp*
Champion to visit Mrs. 'ltustln'sparents
,\ Stuart orlda arms. from Miami to her home in Atlanta -
1, Peggy, the daughter of Mrs. I in New York_ City.Mrs. was the guest of Mr and tion insures individual accounts $5,000. Bade
Velma.' Butcher, became the bride e" Mrs Henry O. Kindred n- and wife may have total of $16.090, fully insilwt
or John Lavene Sunday ''after William Chlsholm' has asher dorado Height this week. First Federal savings accounts fie legal Investna

": tyb fy faintingHotpolnt Sfc I noon In the Methodist Church houseguest Miss Margaret -I-- PERSONALITY TYLING for Trust Funds, a* well aa FunOj held by Guvdiu
\ here. Band w. Friday from Gainesville where AT VICTORY
t lilTCH ctt'RmETS Mrs. W. E. Rossingnol of Savannah she visited he'rslsterr Miss Betty BEA Y SALON .CallorWfcte

tJ Trophy winners at the Dutch. arrived )ut week to visitMr Smith, for three weeks.. Her Tired of ese hair style .
and Mrs Stanley B. Phillips, mother, Mrs E. J. Smith,' who
Treat Club Thursday afternoon ,
Want a new personality
I, "J Act Now For Immediate Delivery Of, \[ at the Civic Center., were Mrs.Stanley 619 South. California- Ave. Is attending summen\ school at hair ca nd halr-doT Then FIRST FEDERAL
the university, accompanied her
{ Hitching, Mrs. R. Boyne eone Ictory Beauty 8atha -
Mr. and Mrs Maurice,,Walton
McPherson and Mrs. W. C. Ar home ,for, the week end.
: ,' have as (heir houseguest! Mrs.Walton's Ion .a get | meeale'bees :
mor. Others playing here Mrs. { sure needing. Outilidy Savings. and Loin Association
slater Miss Jeanne arl
Mr. and Mrs: Roth
HOiPOINT |I William H. Mitchell, Mrs T. J. Trop will
NEW F, Kennedy, Mrs. A. A. Lawton, Beacham Eea ham spent o[ Orlando.Tuesday Miss and ,"teal Farms, had as their dinner taper beastly help your gee of Indian Ril'r County
I Mrs. O. W. Conrad Mrs R. J. guests Friday,evening Mr. and
I Furlong 12th. Mrs. A. H. Chap- yesterday as guest of Mrs. Jack. Mr*. L. A. Arbogast and daughters plan a new style, maktUert VERO BBAClt FLORIDA
Davis in Hobe Sound. yea feel beltee, ) !SIR.
pelka. Miss Edith Coventry Mrs. ,,Janice and Judy.:. 205- l i612-20th Street 1)W
\ I Ashley.Lt.Lee F.. Terrell and Mrs. U E. Mrs. G,' sque Jernigan anddaughter. : Herman Reltz, 3rd, and Miss VICTORY W, Sedg-wick, See tary.Treasurt

t t'f I Pat, of Pensacola were Norma Oriner, Jr. Red' Croat 'BEAUTYSALO Member Federnl Home Loa Bank and TtM
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the the weekend guests of Mrs. members, left for the ,
tj Harold Spice of Army Cabre of Sunday Savini" and Loan Ins ante Corp
Henry Casa Terrace and
j ; DISHWA HER! Air Force recently was transferred Junior Red Cross training centerat
to Albuquerque. Mrs.HotelDonald Kate Leonard at the Carlton Roosevelt State' Park near Current dividend, rate
.. Chlpley. Ga.r they will
represent the' Martin County
''j ilr! St.Onge of Hobe Sound chapter
yQiNKERjILk has as hu) \guests four Kappa Alpha ., __ ,;_,
Fraternity brothers, Bobby I Willis Paget, manager;: of the'AUanUe .
r4e ', i i.r*m % Emery, John Seaver and Julian and Mrs
Rinses And Court
l ashes Paget
l Id its Electrically! and, Randolph .Newman of Tulane returned Tuesday morning froma NOW is the TIME m
; t, University.Mrs. two-week motor trip. Their to

Ti .ivei Many. Henri *f itinerary Included New Jersey,
\ REDI I MIX Stanley B. Phillips 819
t\'! sapai Drudgery 1 1If South California, was. the recipi- Michigan .and Canada.
ent of a telephone call We Will Cof inue to Maintain Present LonJ A*
/ Pish A Burial. AndJell' from Mrs.:CalUe McCrary;423 North Our Prices As

? a t Firtishecll daughter Hanau, Germany, Mrs. R., Sunday.C. Barn who Her Detroit Ave., left on a two-week While Values Are Increasing Daily;
e vacation Saturday for Jacksonville :
T id s lastly Dish Breakage! I has been. in Germany a .year* where she .is.the guest of her
STEEL with bel' husband, a technical
., Mrs., M. M. Sutton
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sergeant In the Army after an.eral ,We Are,
iiardf Family Health I IerlSYMrt efforts finally reached her

't t CONCRETE mother Mrs. Edna
: Pm i ii BLOCP telephone. Mrs. Barf will be remembered Alunjtnum;! Jalousie and k ; ,,,, '
,r as Margaret Crews. "
Awnings Foi .
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,i y\ Sev rime STBCL & ALU INUM Mt. and Mrs Ernest TYner;415 ,t'A'
sv y solve ._ welhm ai Storm Shutter "
your North Denver have as their
i problems tbe aVXVwarlTbeHotpointEXuf WINDOMASONRY /S this week Mr. \ JEL MAJOR
hduseguests Mrs Jack 'O'Brien of Baton and St rV Front Awn'n' (| VINA TOR. APPLIANCES

trie Dufawaiher waihtsjXfiiuct .. V IITE Rouge, La. Mrs O'Brien Is the Spray i amting 4 FOWLER' GLASS LINED WATER BEATERS
tz -t dries dishes..*t PORTLA former draft board clerk In Stuart

ONLY HOTPOINT has ii,. <.ar.a. lie tub of,ki Kml Mo CEMENT __ DUOTHERM,. SPACE; ahd WATER EATERS
lent haMlp.nin18.05511. SOVMttoopli wore diihp.ii ha di' v -a e Shutter Pi >duct --Co :
.nd lifting p .vUMnator t mosey diihclothi! Cane or '43 Fort Pierce Mr,,and Mrs. Vernon Chason aORNe, I HON CS MT M N-R "
kitchn work ivrfro. L5 spent the week end in Miami MANY OTHER APPUANCES
"way for aa noting ; NATIONALLY KNOWN HOUSE ,LD ,
deaonare.onl and on the Keys fishing. co,

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NEWS and the WEE' IN STUART News* Item for tbli payer must Wednesday reach the newspaper ; '' ';::1 t :;

I5CIA'L Happenings of : If-' Horn.?. :3rq\'n: ; Of fie, Phono 300 jf I

4 MRS .MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor L ,; j

[miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiii)I l l! l l l l l t l /I I I I t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I I HIGHTOWER.EARLE iiiiiiiiiiimiimiiimimimiiiiiiiiiiimi 1952 or later before spot deliveries be more price increases at the ; 1

"BECKER'S" I WEDDING IS_ ELD. : Obituaries Auto Waiting List Persons I will be possible factory during the ,next 1! III' 't 1

Meanwhile there probably will months ;
= Mr and Mrs ,Wade H. Earleof : 111111I1111I11I1.11111I11111111111I111111I. Hardest Hit by Price Rises
3 Miles North of. Stuart on U. S. 1 announce the marrt MISS MARY R1SS [ "
': of their and Spies And Something Nice. ,
age !daughter, Edith, to : "Sugar
Miss RIM
Mary a
= : (By The Associated cessories, taxes, transportation
Sergeant Floyd Allen Hlghtower.i resident ot Stuart for 80 years,
FROZEN preSll)1
kUCIOUS Detroit
CUSTARDSi Hardest hit .
son of Mrs. Wayne Smith ,of died'after a short illness at the and dealers' handling charges:
l ily-mounting auto SATURDAY
i ff \ home of her sister and brother- have been added EVERY n
Banijarrger / Sandwiches Knoxvllle, Tenn, and tthe late I persons who placed orders a pear cs
I Dogs c Curtis. Hlghtowif, in-law, Mr. and Mrs George C. and more ago and still await I Other ears that, before 'he
Cold /Prink.--Coffee-X Milk Shake* The wedding was solemnize I' Rein, at 188 St. LucIe Crescentat : delivery I war, dellyered tor around $1800
Au,. 7 at 1:30: pm. at the First 7 a.m. last Thursday Funeral Many would-be buyers who fully equipped, how come at far Through
OPEN i 11 IArM.ts1IP.M, Methodist Church, of Atlanta service were held Friday nightat ordered new cars early in 194' 700 or more, It the would-be
with Dr, Harry p, Armstrong ofnclating. I Johns Chapel and burial was floured on delivery at less than buyer doesn't want one of these UGUST
iiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiHi I iiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii The bride was ,attended : in Jefferson Rural Cemetery In 11,500, But prices: hive been Increased -1 Cars he Isn't urged 'to 'take It.
Mrs Thomas Catskill!, N. T, Monday morning there are other on
IlllllllllllllUllllillllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllll/ IllulltlllIIIIIlIIIII111111IGRINER' by C. Kckert!: several times since then. many persons
of Maryvllle Tenn. and Mrl The body was accompanied north Today the vehicle, equipped with the dealer books awaiting delivery r
Alto Munn of Cartmvllle, Oa by Mr. and Mrs Rein. radio and heater, delivers for 20% iscount .
Miss Riss born in New ,
RESTAURANT Both attendants are former cols more than $8000 after extra ae- The looming new ear prices
RIVERSIDE leg roommates of the bride York City in 1874 and had been undoubtedly pre discouraging to I"
MENU Thomas a permanent resident of Stuart thousands who want new ,
SPECIAL EVERY DAY C Eckert was best man.Mrs. ) carsfor
Hightower was graduatedfrom for about four year after com.. ERP OBJECTIVE their own use; to those who (Don't Forget Every atu da-AII Summer Long)
Fried Chicken, Steak, Oyster and Shrimp Martin County High School ing her a* a winter visitor since buy Only to re-selt the Increases
HOME COOKED 191J She was a member of St All New SujJhier Dresses.All .
in 1943 and from Maryvlllc College make little difference; they passIt
Tasty, DcHciyG* Food = In 1941. She U now employed Joseph Catholic Church. Survivors on to the! second buyer Nation Jly Advertised.
by the Knoxville City School Include, her ulster and a TERMED UNSEEN There la no question that more All Sues fd Types for Every Occasion. I
MRS. ALBEItr GRINER System as and grade teacher in nephew, Walter O. Rein. people want more Cars than ..verbefore
$ the O riff In 'Elementary School. I in the auto industry his "
Drive In Curl Service Hightower attended Centre Col- CHARLES H. FUNK i tory. What sustains.the demandin
I y. MILE NORTH ST. LUCIB KIVM BftlDCC. ON TED. NO, I i lege at Danville Ky. until be Charles Hayes Funk, 69, formerly New York Vine people of the the face of rising prices however THE LI TLE DRESS SHOPLettie
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiniiiiitiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMLWEST ( m went into the service, and U now of Ohio and for the last two United States do not understandthe U"tme of the imponderablesof
serving as commander of the year a resident of Fort Pierce, function of the Marshall motor vehicle merchandIsIng.
IIINIIt111111I1111111111/1111111/IIIIIIIIIIII/ / Illllllltlllllllllllllllllllltllllllll Army. Recruiting Office at, Mary died after an Illness at his home Plan," Paul Comly French ene- Right now there.are more ears C.; Dugan Post Office Arcade ,
vine: In Fort Pierce Saturday night and trucks registered In the
Wearing Apparel i8tinction cutlve director pt CARE, told a ,/
o ; The couple are at home at 23 I Funeral cervices were held in news conference here yesterday United States than ever before d deo
1 Maple Drive/!, Maryvllle. 'Fort Pierce Monday. By the year's end the total probAbly -
---' Me Is survived by'his widow, "there U widespread belief will bin/ excess of 31,000,
MISS EUKIT; HOSTESS. Alma, son D. M. ot Fort fierce, that the Economic Cooperation' 000. The total Includes many pre-
TO BAPTIST CIRCLE I and a grandson f P IX Funk of I Administration program ,Just war vehicles that should be replaced *
t Miss Olney Eurit was hostess : Hobe Sound\ passed by Congress will immedittvly but for the most part
S with a covered-dish} supper for solve all Europe's troubles they are In running conditionand
the Las Amlgas Circle of the i LONG ISLAND FAMILY i Nothing hi' further-from the furnish adequate transportation -

Baptist Church, Tuesday nightat : ,ENJOYS SUMMER FISHING truth ECA long-range programfor .
the church'annex Mrs Walton economic rehabilitation will The demand for the more pop-
DEPART ENT aTORa Parka led the devotional.The I Mr. and Mrs., Edward Miller not,mean more.food on family ular makes undoubtedly will be
OPPOSITt ST. tUCSo. COUNTY SANK program was on mission workin and son left'yesterday for their I tables for from 18 months: to,two greater than the supply for at
Second Street / Fort Pierce South America. Other present I home in New Hyde Park, L. I., years. least another Jwo years, some
IIIIIHHIllllHIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIiailHltlllHIIIIIIIIIIIMUli/ -lllillilllllllllBo were Mrs Charles Titus, Mr*. N. Y, after a week of fishing i "Both Secretary of State Marshall Industry sources say it will be
Y---- Arnold Bauer, Mrs /. W. Meg off Stuart which was feat and Paul o Hoffman havemade
Sett, Mrs. O. L. White, Mrs. TedT ured by the boating of three 7-ft.. I it clear I that the people ol I I 1
I Oughterson Mrs Dorothy [ sallflsh "We enjoyed the fishing ''I Europe cannot wait for their
Pierce and Mrs J T. BlakeMee i in the summer and hope to rem i economics to be rehabilitated and A ERA TIONS
in January and better our ,They need help now, which can W i II.. X .101.. a.
MRS. CHISHOtM HOftORED record Miller stated. I be furnished only through American
AT BIRTHDAY PARTY The family left Long Islandon voluntary agencies, and Mable J\hibald
t Mrs William Chisholm was their boat The Three Millers through CARE J.. s. ATLA M AVEAmilllllllllllllllMllllflflMllillMIIMKII

[ fat nnoaboi kow. wlmwo honored at a surprise bIrthday: on July 26 Their catches. included "Eur pean families and Institutions / ,
r ochlM.IcUo year deck party the evening of Aug. 8. sailfish of 7 ft. 7 ft. 7 In. I continue to rely upon
u14 rent Boy* with Planned by her daughter, Betty and 7 ft. 8'in. 10 klngflsh rang I their friends in America to provide -
Iwrt IMA*' Iho aonflor olI vie given at Haymond homeIn bonlta averaging 15 Ib*. and 3 I this. the ECA has lust announced
I He.k. weal hand r.* a WI i Jupiter. sharks averaging 30 Ibs. reduction in international I
I tnvl Chlldi.B uU fcoflaiifU e Those attending were Mrs I parcel post rates to stimulate -
.attr fc Hit h >Mk MllbtknUr Ruth Sands, Beau Mayo, Mr. PROGRAM ANNOUNCEDFor shipment of relief'packages,
fectoi and foot Margaret Shunnon, Mr. and Mr. her program Sunday at and, in that announcement 1ZlESABSTRAC
I it k* ktoai. lor onlhboc Troy Wood Mr. and Mn Albert 1:45: p.m. over .Station WIRA. pointed out that packages stock-
J M ootlol Wa.k.krei ... 1 Wooten, JimmIe Lanier, Mr. and Edith Matthews has chosen "Justa piled In Europe by CARE, the
I ipMrfHt* ttcmrf 1 y.ut ekj! Mrs. C. 3 Roselli, Fred Balllnger, Wearyin' for You by' Carrie government-approved, nonprofit f royn ,. ;
bu skald b.ce..1atuarl Rosemary and Jeanette Hayes. Jacobs Bond, "Why Do I Love organization while not affected wbethe/i a damend-stud., CO..sIm Pa?+ :"'
I Sue CJendenen, Jack: Adnet, Mr. You" by Jerome Kern, and by the postal rate reduction, ded wdt for a lady, ee S mesas, Aranad, "i j"
and Mrs George Archibald and "flight and Day" By Cole Porter. still represent one of the most t Jewelil ,d for / gentleman, at no Isla eoeS. ; ., :f+
Drug eQ Ethel LeCompte. Haskew Stanton who accompanies practical, and economical meth- TAX AND T LaINVCSTIGAT you be .ured of gett.sg
f I : ; Miss Matthews wUl play ods of sending relief packages to I NS the nest t.ms-pieta your "I- :, f\\
iE REXALL STORE r GUILD MEETS Al'O' S "Tea for Two" Europe? ascRoTITLC mo y w.n
Phone 11 The Wesleyan Guild, had its She expressed her sincere INSU ANCRFLORI buy.'I{ i"j:,
monthly meeting,,Aug 8 with thanks this week to all who leave 'DIXIECRAP SCORES AABSTIiA \ ''I
Mrs Ruth Stevenson as hostess responded ,with postcards and BETRAYAL CHARGE ti 'J'J'I'
iT I at her home on South Akron. letter to her program a hich. is .. CO. "
ON'TKEEP Present were Mrs Ralph Chandler Aug ) l
heard weekly, St Augustine 19. ((FNS
Mrs. H H. Hansen Mrs. L. JIM KENMIDl Lw
State Representative Charles 1 E.!: PrM.dM.TUART :
M Johnson Mrs Henry O Kin VAN DE WATER SPEAKS Bhepperd. Florida'1 I Dlxlecrat' FLORIDA l '" i'', .: I
AKING dred, Mrs. John W. Keller; Mr. spokesman, took issue this week ,\ I
Comdr. Donald O. Van de Water t '. '
Curtis Whlticar Mr* Robert V: with "regular" Democrats who L -
Johnson: Mrs,, trernon Ctlason, of Stuart spoke'at a meeting I.j
You mWht further damage charged that Dixlecrat Presidential -
of the Naval Reserve volunteer
Mrs. Kenneth S Stlmmelt Mrs
'I electors had betrayed .
the time ieee If it won'trun
aviation unit at the Naval Reserve
Fred Joss, Mn Donna Alexander florid voters.
let us repair it scientific Mrs Wilfred O. Aldrldge, Training Center in Riviera Chairman Alex O Uttlefield : "
ally. No- .charge for esti Mrs: Arthur Ruhnke and Mr*. Beach last night. All Naval reservists of the State Democratic Executive : ; 'O-'AJ" IA'V'"''" the VaLd a ad r/ .

.mates. Our!watch ,repairsare Lucjlle Cromer with aviation rates for or I ; Committee launching a 1.J
classifications are eligible
guaranteed because our campaign for a united Democratic ,
work in dependable. BRIDGE CLCB MEETS membership.Joe ... I Party in Florida had P'ChA t..
r Mrs L. A. Arbogast was hostess 'warned that the Dlxlecrats would ttJ e a t
for the Ace High bridge club Courson arrived home yes- have to 'answer to the voters"for '
Saturday afternoon Mrs Web terday to spend,a month with switching from the national
Stuart Jewelers'Formerly his Mr and Mrs A. C.
parents '
Ordway was high score winner.Others to party nominee President Truman -te& why
before returning
present were' Mrs L. E Courson to the states rights nominee .
Shop) Ashley, Mrs.,Lee F. Terrell, Mrs Stetson University for his senior J. Strom Thurmond of South ,
Stuart Jewel
Mr L. tX year,
Evans Crary Johnson Carolina.
) Osceola Ave N jw Dehon Building Mrs R. Q Splcer and Mrs, R. -e- Shepperd pointed out that at CHEVROLETS
B. who has been MORE PEOPLE
8. ,
Boyne McPherson. Phillips ( least five of the states' eight .
.- I ill for several months, is report electors won their nomination ,

ed improving_ at the polls by openly opposing

Mr.and. Mrs e.Joe-*- Penrod are slate Truman favoring and Fielding being listed L Wrightor as a THAN ANY OTHER: CAR. ;
leaving three-week tomorrow vacation night in West a any other states rights. Jeino-
Virginia. They plan to Visit his
Please don't'llut.C'IIP. > ; parents Mr. and Mrs J. F. Pen- 's
(' .. rod, In Oak Hill and her parents, CoMPARE the values; compare., and positive-Action Hydraulic Brsket

Mr. and Mrs Romeo Bennett In the prices; anj you'll choose Chtcroldl plus many another major quality/
Fayettevllle the value i u know aJeanlaft still not available in e'
For to compare to any
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h'\: that only Chevrolet bring you the BigCr Other motor car in its field !,
Karl Krueger, Jr., and Ronald
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Ordway returned last week froma riding nwthneu of the (original And to compare the prices U to F} F

trip to MassachuMtts. Washington and outltandin nitized Knee-Action know that Chevrolet prices are the I +i

,.New York and Canada. Ride the Big-tV performance and !louxd in the field and that Chevrolet ,

tISe dependability a wrld"i champion value continues. to be the hifhal
% Barbara Hler returned Tuesday !. Vtlve-in-Head engine! .. the Biaw in its field! .

..,e. Jacksonville from a summer and Wilmington vacation, N.In beauty and luxury 0 the enviable That's why Chevrolet i* America's '

1\.18 Fisher igwaafety No. I that' why its the car for
11 C. Walter Hlers returned last I. Body by car; y l
Slle ." week from a seven-week vaca- of Fisher Unutecl I -Conetruction )'oul! 1 j jr jt

'j tion in Jacksonville.

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your lawn because it hat an appealing ; I
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touch. ts
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I You 1 To create this 'we arSqfferinf through August /IRSiIr RWtla Stai.dtass i1RS1 II Thrills with Tlrihl | r. T.: .... _...,,1| 'liST/ I. AII-...! Safetyf .4 t t t1
wh. .
never t'i happening our ,(eu Jot| eeb'r bees \\t\ Then a oodunt; lice Otm.. You mD .U perfottly urn ol You wd rour(uniru1 alloy
at,th. other end of the line I that why aw.l w U.taed Ker.A.. I.c't wdd..p ooo Velm your cor'I beoutJ-Ioodmh; the trtfl, ufoty .protocuori ofFHlw a ,
G6d.W Rid* for rod ei.\ gb"Hesd onpM lot unlb minox when ore a eat -itk ihi UMIM) Body-Coe. i f +?t
i h'f} Important to allow about BEAUTIFUL -ieoltnvtl./rr thrift It koU Ul mordi lor sM r.mow r. htrl a.ueticaa DM IMtind .Knell I
a ,--sw any end >U kii Jk of MM| saved and swnrs.ti. and thu not .J.blo: of dfor octaoa Ride sad Pontn, ,,1,1rosdp
minute for to reach the mA noaonbr J* this ted. It ......... this cur*. iodic.-bc utnd Iran Action HydrwGC W- 12
your pasty Garden ffottery (amts l"Kaot-Action'Jido is sound, ulri.dtpcndiblt erg uiU, ,Inudk i md aitiM > another oMnbuuaoa ol (.*. '
I telephone It's #lso. ImpArtant to answer Zf s; '..chri.s to end YdM45JI I :-' loud 'ed bie enli CkmoUtnd ,turn found only in Owmiot '
and iced .
sari npeneiw can. aheehes sgly swot e car.oa bigher-pncd ears. high.r'p can.CHEV
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always I pays -r LET-and 0 -IS FIRST.
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1 1TIIURS. SCHEDULED .uVCf1:: ; attendee?
,I Plywood ,Is manufactured "y I those above and below It The j CALENDAR Of\'EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY MOTE ABOUT I MEETING CANCELED Stuart the recep
'I' I peeling thin layer>> of wood from I resulting plyvrood slabs are AQUATIC WORKS I ., Aug, J9: OES coveicd-disil luncheon, Woodman Hall, Dutch Jaycees Woman's Lie)
Treat Club 1 30 ., Civic Center GAINS INAREA I ww meet
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I logs routing on a lathe, then much stronger than ordinary{ p The scheduled dinner meeting;
\ !"t board of the same thickness And FBI. Aug 20: KiwuiiijVcmms Club, 12:IS p. m. of Commerce
gluing tnem together with the of the ,Junior Chamber
PLANNED BY5 5 5Four diamond, i iI
I "\, 1 I grain of each at right angle tounnnnul the tame kind of wood.( :SUN, Aug 22: Baseball, ti Lake Worth va. Stuart, Bust Sib St I Monday was, canceled In yV
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.1. ,ol Jaycee e
l' I III I,I.I I 11111111 III III I I I I11I II IIII III II I I'II I II It II I III III II IIII Iltlll III I u II ff MON., Auf, 23: Juycee-Ettet, Civic Center 8pm. Insecticide wlU be 1 lieu of the wedding o'

t'' ( BILL BREEII1II j I made to application the Department have!!of been the WED., Aug 25: SArno Civic AICJKialiol1.! > Salerno' Civic Center, on Also sale various at Indlantown to cut I Miss William Phyllis Jackson: Constance Jle married at I:30
| Rot8Club. 12 15 Chisliolm Commission
8 City
'" : Army for operation in the St. p. m : p m. i.; growers' cost, for thenv degree Fort Pierce and a majority Ne ur
I' Lucie Indian and the. City Hall, 8 p. m. I p.I1In!
, fAGt and River
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/ L Doing Business A* :5: St.!: Lucle, Canal,It was announced THUftS. Aug, 26: Dutch Treat Club, I:30 p m. Civic-Center announced. of._!.Jaycea" membership
the -
Sales Service Co. tnls week. -- Commenting on S s
CLIO ATV I \ Equipment :and is i Application hat been made by FORT PIERCE UCT' -McCA/tTY/ TO SKIP sweet potato season the director i GIVES
Miami I
Railroad in
the Seaboard Air Lind Market
'" I Moisture "Where and When You Want (It" i COUNCIL SOUGHT RACE, IS REPORT of the Farmers N.C
Produce I
Company, Norfolk Va. for *, said. "After the degree
IRRIGATION 5 1 Malaria
Ad .
i I > permit to Install one 2-conduc- Company unloaded several truckloads II I.
spanPaint 1 j WE MANUFACTURE S tor, 4400-volt electric power'I Organization of a United Commercial J Dan" Mccarty of Fort Pierce of the tubers on the market : 6
rrlr'' = Free Sprinkle Portable Irrigation System 3SSI cable and two,8-conductor, low-'' Travelers council In Fort unsuccessful candidate for the here, !they went like $5 bills I
With 'tl ....W FORT PIERCE: ORANGE AVB. voltage signal cabled loosely on!i Pierce Is being sought by C. 0McQuade .' Democratic gubernatorial candidate offered for 10 cents But; at no I REL f
; 0_'.. fa.. P. a. tight aul.aaa.. = the bottom'' In and acl'OlSt.\ .'' founder of the Stuart in the May primaries, has such bargain. The growers gotbetw..n I __ .
facilltslbly l' Lucie Canal, at the downstream council and grand secretary of bowed out of contention for U 8 and a bushel for, 'm. .
aide of !the SAL bridge near':, the Florida-Georgia OfandCouncil : Senator Claude Pepper their products :
... ? IndlantowriT The cable would be i A minimum of 50 member in 1950 In preference to run- "This was the ,highest price
about 90 feet easterly from thecenter j .la required for the new ning again for Governor In 1952, paid in a' long time for sweet
I WHEN YOU NEED line of the bridge group and McQuade said he an Mccarty aides disclosed last potatoes on the Miami market. F
Application has been made by I tlclpated no difficulty in securing -. week in Jacksonville, The reason: quality Stuart eedStollJ t
LUIN ER Harry Swlnglchurrt and Dr, HM ,. this number -Dan's For You-In '62" already "The potatoes were grown in
Vorls for a permit to dredge)I The' UCT. started tl years ago has been chosen as a slogan sandy soil near Indlantown In
off their properties: on-the northern a* a traveling salesman's organization ,it was said. McCarty i II I Martin County. They were graded II L. DAVIS OwnerManagerPOSITIVELY
'C OR AN} shoreof the St Lucle River I only, developed about understood to favor Congressman I and smartly packaged, something .
about 3 mile downstream from 20 years ago into an Internation George Smathers of Miami new, In the handling of 1
BUILDING MATERIAL the Roosevelt B-ldge, I al businessmen organizationand for the 1950 battle. I tweet potatoes*, :
3f f fd It Is proposed to dredge al,! now has a membership of It also was revealed in nominee ,I
channel 404 feet wide and 4 feet I 150,000 in 580 local councils. The \ Fuller Warren home town M t.ww.N'; 'WE HAVE A FRESH, SUPPLY
CALL deep below mean tow water t nearest one to Fort Pierce is at of Jacksonville that he is an officer I 'r1oo.... P..d.ra Mdl"" Jr" JYrh. OF GARDEN SEED ON HAND
1 1I 1I OR SE leading from the mouth of an I Stuart which has a member- i in the Naval Reserve and .W.IIotO..n.111.. ..d "star. ,. "aude ear a j'

I '=,44 4 unnamed slough or creek/:. M the I ship of 85, Including a numberof 1 subject to call in event of emergency i f: NO LEFTOVERS
I I s 4-foot contour In,6t Lucle River'' Fort Pierce people thus raising the question '
East Coast/ umber approXimately at a right angle I whether Florida may have a STUARTCITY I '
> I to the shore of the river. The be about 16 feet long measured Governor in absentia. He has COMMISSION FERTILIZER and INSECTICIDES: ,
dredged material would be deposited I at approximately a right angleto received a questionnaire on his
on applicants\ upland I the short line and about 15 availability but !the position to Regular Meeting ] MEAT and EGGS '
& Su pyC0Phone i shoreward of adequate retaining]I feet wide. The shoreward end which he will be elected discounts are
dikes, of the structure would be about the chance of his call, it 8:00 r. M ,. FEJHi .s UOWJi
Application has been made by I 30 feet riverward from the: high- was sai<.} 2nd and 4 I I,J
22 P. O. Bo/305 Stuart. Florida I O C. Smith Of, Stuart to con- water shore line, and Its northerly BUY"STJMEOF OURGRADE' j I
struct a marginal wharf at his I side would be about 110 feet I WEDN DAYS I i
-. _._ __1 I property on the eastern shore of I from Hokes northerly property Spot Salvage w.',"i;, St City Hall "A" CHICKS
the: North fork about 300 feet line. The deck would be generally I' "There s spot for every'drop I IPllbhc
north of the Federal highway about 48 feet above mean' of seed kitchen grease you sal..
bridge. The proposed wharf low water A cylindrical steel Rage;' our government tells us. Always Welcome : 136 FLACLER AVE: PHONE]!!
would be 2SS feet long, measured tank about S.5 feet In diameterand World shortages 01 fats and ells
Beaut ifiilPortable approximately parallel to the about 15 feet long would be salvaged are critical and household fat -
be the I ; drop by drop li one sure
shore line and would 10 feet supported on southerly side to -
way help ease shortages
vide, with Its landward aide of the pier .
about 15 feet to about 50 feet
RADIOS[ channelward from the high-I Courteous-- WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEED
water shore line The structure Quarter
FOR would be connected with the I PbOM
'' Century
I shore by two catwalks The deck'
would be about 47 feet above Service Experience '
mean low water It Is also pro- 3551
WHILE AT THE C CEAN BEACH posed to place two lines of mooring Abstract & Title Insurance Co. I
piles, each line to consist of 4
NOW AVA LABLE 11 piles on about 25.5-fool renters MEMBERS Of
The lan.ard line would: FLORIDA TITLE ASSOCIATION. PALVIt'r
j the wharf and parallel''' ROY S. STATt' p
thereto and the channelwardline 1 E..d.. ViaPndJalECLUSIVF SASH OOIrwm
would be about 30 feet farther ""
$1 .00. offshore and parallel to the, Ctm1FLOOaING:
Application has been; made by oM4.1. FWiJ.tSOURCES ( SIDING I
Harry H. Hoke of Jensen Beach OVER! ,1,100,00000 Ib
; The Snack to construct an Isolated pier al'' \
Shop his on the western
ONro... Ardor 1 D.AW a Su.oN
shore of the Indian River about Co. be
B.IMi.g' Ph... .Sp F..iII.. Hobe Sound Lumber & Supply
Jensen Beach three-fifths of a mile couth of ,
the bridge to the oceanfront

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nemo. News. i,Oa.Maxwell, and husband '1.1Karo'.\ Indian/ River/ DriveJenningsStrawn In Jensen Beach spent Beach Sunday In West Palm IN FOUR ACCIDENT ESCAPE FRIDAY INJURY August Hit Wave / :

t Mr. 'and, Mrs. t. A. Bennett, By CHARLOTTE nEWER Mr. Seymour Gideon and Mrs. I Now at I

IDLE i Jt, and children motored to Charles Gay were high score Lloyd G. Thompson. Jr., Nick STUART'Sw _- '
SCHOOL West Palm Beach Saturday Wedding Mrs Bottle Barkman and winner when MIll Elizabeth Beatty and William Chase Of

Ellis Anderson of Fort Lauderdale daughter, Janet, returned last Robertson entertained her bridge Stuart and William Ashton of \ jJI
and slater, Mia Vada Anderson week from New York where they club at her home Tuesday afternoon 'RIlI r
MENCEMENT ot Jesup, Oa, spent last Is Held Aug. 8 in OrlandoBy have been visiting relative Others playing were Philadelphia suffered only\ minor : i

week end here with relatives. Mrs. Hazel Oossett of Miami Mrs. A. A. Hendry. Jr. Mrs. C. H cut and bruise when Thomp i

Robert DeLoach of Valdosta, MRS. VIVA C. ROATA -- ---- spent last week here a* guest of Alderman, Mr*. Lewis Gamble, son's car in which they were THEATRE

TOMORROW Oa, Is visiting his'cousin' John WALTON-EDEN CLUB PARTY her cousins, Mr and Mrs W. B.Beeti. Mrs II. J. Ward,'Mr*. R. 8 Rob- traveling overturned and was Phone 14 for Schedule : I s n''
Queen Ann head-dress ... ertson and the hostess.Mr *. .
Pedersen, this week. r The Walton Community Cen- wrecked completely 3 mile west TODM' 'ONLY [ 1 '
adorned with orange blossom Mr. and Mr*. Herman Fromer and Mr. C. T. Tyndalland ) I
r',MRS. .O. D. QUIGLEY Alfred boot Pedersen\ who is in the encircling pearls wal"worn by ter was' gay with garden flower and daughter, Karen, of Indianapolis son Hugh, and of Fort Pierce on the Okeecho- The Most Cockeyed !
Navy training : and when ,
in Ban
? light Friday night
Diego, daughter'l bee road early Friday' morning.
Emily Fern Strawn for her arrived Sunday to visit Charlsle, ot West Comedy la YearIlYim
|atlon Bible school had an Calif he called home Sunday to marriage to Harry Baylor Jennings the Walton-Eden Property Own- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with' Mrs Tyndall' Highway Patrolman C A. Pat '

pent of 73 on Monday of say Sept. 1 for would home leave San Diego !! son of Mr. and Mr. LaneH. ers Club entertained with a variety Fromer and Mr. and Mr*. Harper parent, Mr. and Mrs. W, L. teraon who investigated said the / 1'dOMiNCr 11
on leave. of card game High\ core
nd week. Commence- i t
Jennings ot Walton, In the Quinn. Fredrlcksen. ;\ .
ex cUei will ,be held at. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiller First Methodist Church in Or- bridge prize went; to Walter Blount Gideon, who Is attending 1947 convertible Mercury owned j

bOO V tomorrow evening at and Mrs, Fred Pedersen motoredto lando Aug. S. She 1 Ia the daughter Cochrane, Bob Chamberlain andMrs the University of Miami spent MELALEUCA LODGEMr. I by Thompson was moving at a ; .1

yfydy U Invited. West Palm Beach Saturday, of Mr and Mr*. James Strawnof George Sawyer Lennard.. the week end here with his parents Thomas arrived Friday high rate of speed and failed to ) j
The 500 award went to Mr* R.V.
and Mrti. Ted Baumgarn- Mrs. P. 1. Scotten. Mrs. O. D. Orlando. Ankeny the pinochle to Mr. and Mrs, Seymour from Miami to spend the weekend i make a curve.They were dismissed Oon't R.vV l SpooktackuI.XEnd ,
the birth of Quigley. and Mr*. Fred Pedersen prize Oldeon. after being given emergency ,
lit. annou ce The Rev. B. William Palmer Cflarle Moehle, the to with his wife and children i !
lihter, Judltth Patricia sun-; entertained Aug. 11 at the horn officiated for the double ring I Bell Edason The puzzle.rummJ contest Mrs. T R. Helller and daughter who are enjoying a vacation at treatment at Fort Pierce Memorial ACSO \;

En Martin County Hospital: of Mrs Pedersen with a miscellaneous ceremony, and organ music was for teen-ager went to Fay Rap. Mary Ann, Mr*. J.F. Haggard the lodge The Gays were guests Hospital. No charges were 'So Your GoiiW To Be A '
It iilba.1005fj !' shower In honor ot rendered by Albert Aaenjo of pold. and daughter, Betty Jean, and ot the Thomas family Saturday' filed. Fathe '

and Mrs.y Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stiller Daytona Beach, a former classmate Miss Charlotte Helller spent evening for a rib barbecue at! -- ---- i
i Sunday the horn of After the gifts were opened refreshments of the groom at the University Following game home-made I Friday In Fort Pierce. the out-door grill and also for Leon Errol Comedy ---

nd Mr. H. W Simmons at Were served by the ot Florida, with vocal cake and ice 'cream were served Mr. and Mrs. P. E.: Ward returned Sunday dinner In Fort Pierce. S ort Short
by member* ot the entertain-
Kle Lock hoste_.. Other guest were solo by Miss Annette Zlttrouser Saturday from Canada Mr. and Mrs. Baird and two !
Carl Mrs. Martha WhIttle Mr*. J fWllbar The bride In ment committee Mrs. Moehle and New York where they have children and Mrs. Springer, alLot
and Mrs. Brickaon!: was gowned and Mr, George Kasnle. FRI. and SAT.
Mrs. Kay Ressl/er\ Mrs been visiting relatives.
birth of a IOn / Duchess Ivory satin with sweet Indiana, are stopping at the 0
unce the Rosalee Anderson Mrs. O. H. John left for Giant Double Feature
Leslie Saturday
County Hoa- heart neckline and fitted bodice. : lodge for a week. They are tour-
day In Johnson, Mrs Ed. Johnson of Her sleeves were long and finger 'A second ion Don Anthony Pierce,' Bloomfield, N, J.. to visit his son Ing the State In a 29-foot trailer. BRCS NO. 1
Stuart, Mrs. Ted Baumgardner, was born Aug. 10 in Fort for a month. .. p
and Mr. X H. WhltfleldMonday Jr, Mr*. Chris Miller Mr*. Kate tipped. The bridal illusion veil Memorial Hospital to Mr. and' Mrs Sophia Fredrlcksen and RECORD CONSTRUCTION ?
on a W-day vacaIA. Mortensen, Mrs. Ella Prescott, fell gracefully from the headdress Mr*. Don J. Romanello of Eldred.I son, Edwin, and daughter, Sue, I
Mrs. Maud Shelton, Mr. Bobby and ended over the full He Is president; ot Indian River are visiting ,relative in ,Crossyllle New construction in July was
entrained skirt. Her bouquet,i
Drive Association and teaches valued at $1.724,000,000 the
Bennett Jr., and Henry Thompson, Mrs. Mike Pealn, Mrs. i Ala. 1
white orchid centered, was White I
at Martin County High School highest monthly total on record,
of Pompano pent last Shelby McCulley and daughter, I Mrs J. M. Kllng of Deerfleld
n asters, roses and tuberose with ;1
She b in the Woman' Club John L. Haynes, chief, construction I Iogj
Verdi Mae, Mrs, Stiller
: end her* Francis white satin tuberose Beach is,.the guest ot her son j
a May Smith left Monday Betty 'Jo Blanton and Joan and find streamer I Eastern Star and Red Cross j and daughter-in-law,' Mr, and i division, department of I

Cult her sister, Mrs. Ruth Cassle Mae Scotten Games were Mrs George F, Sauo and two Mrs. Joe Kllng. Commerce, announced today.
"" Miss Betty Jean Brown Of: children left last week to Join' <
played, Mr and Mrs. Harry Segerstrom
Tallahassee was maid of honor' SALE BRINGS $592 I
Mi1. Basso in Chicago where they, returned Saturday from a .vaca-
DRIVING LICENSE: and bridesmaids were Miss June will reside. The Bassos have ,
tion in North Carolina Two sales of 162 lots In the
WARNING ISSUED Collin and Miss Betty Jean Hath': been living In Ankona with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Settles county brought $592 at the courthouse HERE '

REALHATE -- away ot Orlando. 1 Sasao's parent, Mr. and Mr*. and guest, Mrs. Hazel Gossett, Monday morning. NSW I
TaUkhassee person found Bobby Oarbett served as ring Edward Traub,' 'v'vI '
bearer Donald of Walton' ===OQOGOQ0'r0t: :: : ::: : :: ::: 0 .QC70n "
driving upon the public highway Ensey John D. Leslie, owner and developer -
without a driver' license such! was best man. Ushers were Bob of Crossroad Hills, now VHS ITNO.2 :

license having been suspended b1 Units of Fort Pierce, Fairburn i plainly marked In Jensen Beach,. Salerno Civic Association jj jjoe NORGE I Iff

the State Treasurer in his ca- Ensey of Miami and Fred Matins -: I II vacationing in his former ja l .

pacity as insurance commissioner ol Jacksonville.Mrs. hometown, Bloomfleld, N. J. oQo.: :::::::. By GLADYS H. PERRY aoc==ioocJ: "Rofiator" ,

under the motor vehicle reeporuUbllUy Strewn chose an afternoon Before leaving he said, 1
/ertie* of all kinds law, 1 Ia subject to frock of rose with navy accessories. thought everybody who came to The association meeting Aug. could to turn out Saturday afternoons Refrigerator ...-U M.Sesn..9--' I ;, '

arrest and prosecution by the Her corsage was lavender Florida was effectively Illumined 11 was marked by talk by Harry to finish the Interior :
ale, State Highway Patrol, Attorney asters combined with tube-' with the fun and rest they C. Beckman ot the U.s.C.G. work so if any emergency, should J'

General J. Tom Watson has roses. Mrs. Jennings mother of were to get here as I have had Auxiliary and George Hlronlmus arise we would be fully prepared.You "
ruled. the groom, was gowned in an heretofore. Even with the splendid of the disaster committee of the may help the building AUTOMATIC
i rentals and in.ur.a Operators of motor vehicle afternoon ensemble of aqua' help of engineer and workrs Red Cross Both congratulatedthe fund by purchasing your greet LLSO II

upon the highway must have an crepe with navy blue accessories. taking a piece ot raw land association on the fine Civic ing cards and stationary from DEFROSTING "Jungle fcrl," No. 11 i
Center and
operator's license or chauffeur' Tuberoses and rose-pink aster and translating a dream Into a enthusiastically endorsed Mrs. Miller, ot: any member Of SeVial"Sniffle.iBellt
It as an Ideal shelter In ,
license In their possession at all formed her corsage. fact i II work. Never worked so her committee. Cat "
time of hurricane or similar dis ,
and times and must be able to display Following the ceremony a reception hard in my lifeIf/ this development Inquerles are coming irom
[ Mapp same upon demand of an was held at the Sorosls' will help meet the aster. persons in the North who wish C loon i

authorized officer. of the law. House. Assisting were Mr*. home owners' problems, con- Beckman explained that Sa- to whiter here regarding living s awsoe r s r 1)

Suspension of a driver's licenseby Claude H. Payne,. Mr. Estelle: tribute to the comfort and convenience lerno Is Included in District 7, acuities, both to rent and to SUN and MON. 1..11'1..11'I)
altor the State Treasurer has the Warren, Mrs Mildred Drake,: of the many persons Division S, of the Coast Guard: buy. List your vacancies with the

same effect as if imposed by the Mrs. Sally Klmbell Mr. Johnny' who are thronging Jensen Beach This section extend from and secretary and she will put you 2 AYS ONLY
[ P. 0. Arca Bldg. director public safety. Postel, Mrs Cecil jQarbett and so they live neighborly and hap- Include Vero Beach to the Faun In touch with prospective client BART TT BROS. Fit. ED iN FLORIDA I

the Misses June Postal!, Lorraineand pily together I then won'won- Beaches and west to Clewlston. At the conclusion of the meet- I t
Phone 19 Building new barn is a jobthatFlorlda'e Ellen KIrkpatrick. The' der backward to my hard work.; Each section has various equip- ing refreshments were servedby 317 054 Ave. Ph, 209 ;

forests made pos bride' book Was kept by Miss! On his return'' In NovemberLeslie ment and facilities that may be Mrs. Mortensen. (1
called .If needed in
slble.CLINTjpNE, Julia McMeekin of Gainesville upon any
will start landscape other section in time of storm '
The couple, after a vacation: I )
at Beach will' be at I A cooperative setup is establish
Daytona ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Souwelne We Have Moved to OurVfew Store
home 844 East.Call St., Talla-j ed to promote greater efficiency
1. and son, Donald, who have been in time of need between CoastGuard 307 E. Fourth Street
[ WAX hassee, where Jennings employed guests of his sister and husband,, .
as a statistician with the Police and Red Cross
and 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Askln In This cooperation Is extended fur- NEW. and..USED .ELJKNITUPE, I
State analysis reportofficeAttending
All Cracks and Crevices' their home
It's Sprayed Hto Ankona, returned to :
the wedding from' ther to public agencies In each B. MINSCHKE 1 '
f Of Your Car In MlddlevUlage, L. 1, Sunday. WILLIAMS
this section-- were' the' groom' Roenbeck and Mrs I community; thus ,Is the Salerno '
Mrs. John
parents, Mr. and Mrs Jennings Civic Association recognized.
!OTOSWAY.FLEXED Joseph S. Worthington of An-
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ensey, Mr A roster is maintained of the
In Palm
YOU cat WHILE lit MOTNIN kona spent last Tuesday [* LAWFORD
THa METHOD OF LU5SICATI0N and Mrs. Donald Ensey and Miss Beach. I flotillas and faculties availablein Co.Phone

Y.. A.. I to ly-urt Tkto MM ttttM.ituart Kathryn Ensey, Mr. and Mr*.1 The Warner B. Tllton home each section. A copy of It Pence Constructio atcAtoo

Charles Moehle and children In Jensen Beach, will be the setting -i will be given President Charles NTALBANr !
Charles, Jr., and Blanch of Walton -] tomor- Conrad for use In time of needIn 193/
Service Station for a linen shower : \ I j jI
; grandmother of the groom this\ location. '
row evening at a by Mr*. Tllton I
Mrs. H. S. Wltham, Mr*. EdnaCoutant Hlronlmus gave details of whatto D-7 Bulldozer with Bladfor Rake DURANTE !
+4 Frank
a 5E1N, Me.. CUtf PRODUCTS nm tl and her daughter, Mr* :
Elwln Coutant and Miss Miss do and how to take care of Also Yard !
ache complimenting !& Drifeline
Lorraine McPherson of Stuart;I Katherine e Ensey, bride-elect of people in time of hurricanes. He .'
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wltham Mattox said the Red Cross would helpin See Us CHARISSEJOttwkW
Thomas Frederick Jr, Fejf
Jupiter; Mr. and Mrs. Boss With- the expense of a stove for the !
FURNITURE am, Palm City; Mr. 'and. ,Mrs. of After Jacksonville.three week vacationingas kitchen. Since it Is the time of Clearing .. GradinJr Ditching, C' fe GAT

Lewis Gamble, Miss Verna Gamble a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andy year to be alert to the possibility Diking tc.IDGS:1aRf. *
f and Lewis Gamble from Jen- Jim Edmonson In Buckhannon, of adverse weather conditions,
sen Beach and Bob Eons, fort he urged we hasten completion
QUALITY a S LE and CHARM W, Va..Mrs. Anna Lee Dennison
Pierce. host of the work on the restroom and
rpj ha returned home.
""'--"" kitchen. He advised\ Conrad to *.
Room Room and Kitchen with their children are now Mrs.Dennison's .
jiving Bed Room, Dining
ENSEY-MATTOX name a disaster committee to j
Our line i II Complete SCHEDULED AUG. t' houseguests. Sunday Walker serve and care for any refugees, Mik
Mr. and Mrs,
A VISIT WILL YOUFurniture According to invitations sent evening keep discipline and care for the 1"
CONVINCE Llddon were visitors.RATE 1 k flR
out by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rut- building during an emergency.It : 1f0OJ} ( i ,

.oddenbuny ledge Ensey ot Walton. St. Andrews I KEGULATIPN URGED was also announced that on R kn.. n" M IM N.I+''r. e .at e., !
Episcopal Church in Fort Tallahassee vr.Sooner or later Aug. 29 at 12:IS p.m. Hlronlmus I

Cor. Are. A and W 2nd St. Fort Pierce I Pierce will\ be the letting for the the small cities and the counties will talk on Station WIRA on I.IS cNOes ToosesT y lo[rsraNAa aa !,

I p.m. Aug. 29..wedding.! ot. their. of Florida will demand State what to do In hurricane time. I a.N..e.a M..1 Pict." "1 1PI
daughter, Kathryn Maude, to Finally he mentioned that he S I Ij
of the rates and services Mohawk Pebble TuftKlearflax
Fred Mattox, ''Jr., of Jacksonville of electric and utilities knew where we could get a good "Milky We Cartoon j }
A reception In the Parish House gas piano for our Civic Center. Before
of the church will follow, a* they have required such transportation regulation he had finished his\ talk $13 Hot Fox we
ot telephone Mansion
rter had been donated toward getting Firth
Lewis W, Pettewaytold
Mr and Mrs. Walker LIddon the concluding session of the instrument. It was TUES. Md WED. \
left by motor Aug. 11 for a visit then voted to pay for the piano l
with Mrs. Llddon' mother and the Florida Commission Railroad, school and Public here from the treasury, and replenishsuch Armstrong Inlaid Lnoleum and Asphalt Til AUG/4 25
& Utilities
aint Shop
\Body other relative in Buckhannon, for its field force deficit with the piano fund Ezperlf>> InstallationGRIFFINECKER .. 4s It+ydr G Ow allyrale I
I, W.Va. donations It I LI possible we shall
Miss Mary Fee on vacation have it installed this\ week.' -t
2nd Floor) VEgONIGI LAKE
(Over A &TJ, Slash pine seedlings today are
from Miami with her sister, Mr material of The Dixie Vagabonds, heard
SPECIALIZING INTUPHOLSTERING J. R. Duggan and ,children. the home building dally at t on.WIRA, have offeredto '/ XCNMIaDiNfi1GitPL.0

Auto Painting \ Metal Work Robin and Mike from Avon Park tomorrow. donate the music for the Bret Inc.

Custom-madei Slip Cove ..- Sport Top are houseguesta of their brother PHONE IF IN TROUBLE dance to be held at the Civic i
and auiter-ln-law, Mr. and Mr. Center.. Mr. and Mrs. Keeney FLOOR COVERINGS :
Frank Fee ot the Drive. Sheriff G. M: Hancock urge were welcomed a*visiting friend I I
: Martin County resident to telephone and Mr*. Martha. Whittle a* a &
359, Sheriff Radio Station new member. 900 South Dixie Fort Pierce, Fla.Whatever .

WRWL, in all times of Conrad stressed the impor-
trouble. tance of a* many worker as'
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Tallahassee, Aug, 19. FNSIjr ( -
tlII4 II4 II4I Douglas Hopkins, Jr., of Tallahassee I Pine SeedlingsTo Notes of Interest To Veterans e R5
i' has been appointed child latest. U 8. Commemorative
I ,' labor supervisor of the Florida' stamp Issue which honor Be DistributedTallahassee II Jeeeph E. Can V. A. Contact) Otfleef

I Industrial Commission according the Oregon Territory was released At office of H. R Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarter igk.et C
to an announcement by Carl: In Oregon City Saturday g a.m. -. p.m. Friday tll Comeau BJdf.

k B. Smith chairman. Two more are scheduled this Aug. It.-Florida PLANS PICNIC uiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini IIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiii'nected .um..U....................' + Paid USEDTnd.For

month. The late Supreme Court landowners and organization
rAGE I j Justice Harlan Flake Stone will Interested In conservation will Questions by veteran regarding ailment may be nospl

I LOYAL ORD OFf be honored on a stamp dated for receive 3500.000 free slash pine ON WEDNESDAY hospltaltzatlon and Other tallied under existing law If

f MOITUAa I first issue at Chesterfield N. seedling for planting next winter *, benefit with answer by the bed an available and U they .
CUD 0001 IeeeI H, Wednesday and the observatory they cannot afford treat
AT ''VA I, .. M e.d 1 e.M I DNLSDALACN p. M. at Palomar Mountain, Calif. The Container Corporation of By MRS. ANNA' B. DAY Veteran, Administration are say meet tlsewhere Peace time veterans SUNRISE MOTOR COMPAN
MonrN will be the subject for an Issue America Fernandina, and the The Rev, and Wallace H. published in this column by The numbers of the Regular s1Me i. HUH PORT PIEacK tleon
Moose Home Stuart New a* a service to.. our 1
4' there Aug. 30. Four more stamp International Paper Company Stern have written they expectto Establishment: retired officers

spanPalm ; l aEDaau xlcxw r i are billed for September release Panama ,pity, In an effort to, return here, where he b pastor veterans Q.-May I go to a private hospital I and enlisted men, under certain Nti-
-- encourage forest planting hare' of the Palm City Union Church, conditions, also are eligible\ for
home town and hare
about Oct.. 1. to hospltallzation, LIBERAL ALLOWAWILL
WUhi V agreed to purchase Uoo.ooo pine: They expect Veterans Administration pay th.
seedlings from the Forest Ser spend moat of September In Wisconsin bill .
faclW l lri I: "DINE and DANCF" vice for free distribution to' with relatives and friends, fiflt you have a service-con MERIT' WORRKJ.DYI" D BE GIVEN ON YOUR
klbly group and individual Interested and will be driven south by a nected and have Gainesville, Aug 19.-A recommendation "-
disability received -
: / In using approved forestrypractices. son from VA that more Florida OLD TIRES and BATTAT
the medium'
The Palm City Sunday School cities "especially
to do so, you may go to a private
will l hold the church sized and !larger one,' adopt 'ILERN
Of these.International will pro- a picnic on hospital In your home town at .
INN vide 600,000 and the Fernandlna picnic grounds next Wednesdayat VA merit systems was made this
I M corporation a.000,000. The seedlings 5. Those attending are asked -- week by Louis A. Qaltanl assistant -
v : will be allotted to countJ&lenla to bring a covered dlah AU Q-Can I transfer national professor of economic at
I' One of the Coolest Spots on East Coast by the district foresters member and friends are wets senrlct life Insurance my policy to the University of Florida SA ATIU

.. TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD In the Forest Services five for comed. any of the private companies?
Mr. P, L and children, CHART TO SENATE MEETSenator .
in the State. The .
rtixed Drink Beer Draft estry district A-No NIL I Is convertible to i
on Evan left today
I Vincent Lee Crary
I and Shirley Jeaqand
t J county, agent will allot the free one or more of the six perman- S. NO. I AT O ROAD
HEAR GENE ON,THE SOLOVOX seedlings among smaller woodland sister Mr. J. O Backus and ent plans Issued only by Veteran to attend a meeting of members -
I owner and the Forest Ber- I children Joe and Sally,of Jensen Administration These are of the Florida State Senate ON PUR AS F NEW
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f'I Beach spent three days last weekin Life at Fort WaltonOIDOn'Ow. Tb
vlce will make the distribution Ordinary 30-Payment Ute
1951 Senate has become
and Mr presidency -
I I, SPECIALTY The seedlings will be limited to Tampa visiting Mr 20 Payment Life, Endowment at AmocoINVEST et an atterieiTE
V V Wortham. Wortham, formerly a hot Issue and will likely
Jvttscn Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON S,000 an individual of Jensen Stuart and Pa. Age 40 and Endowment at Age be decided at this meeting, It
The information and education flY)
x 4i Ss. Owner' branch of the Forest Service hokee moved to Tampa a year wa said. NOW!

On the Beautifuflndian River of ago and la now owner of an Q, Just which veteran
will be able to provide 304,000 apartment house and cigar ston are Quick, Efficient Service
these free seedlings but they there entitled to hospltallzation In FOOT SP Tr
:f: Farmer of Veteran Administration hospital -
wW go only to Future
Mrs. 8. I. Lane and daughter
America chapters, 4-H Clubs Boy ? t C. BEEDLE Owner
Miami ,
returned from
Mary, Sunday A N.Nraoaaca
-t A.-Veteran* with service-con
schools AllocatIoN
and Girl Scouts and -
WaterfrontProperties where they spent last weekat R -u ?I5
to any single group the home of her sister Mrs... nected disabilities' have a top I I. P. 0, Bo:1S6 SaIm.
priority for VA' hospital
will be limited 10,000 eeedUnp.Week' can
W. N. Wilkes and her two aunt.
Along the Indian and St. LuUe fivers and Bob Sound Veteran with non- entce-
/ Mrs Mamie Collins and Mrs..
lrale'l Ocean rontimeLUtlnjs
Harry Flournoy
.1 LegalInstruments Mr'and Mr. Dalton Oarrett Trees
left last week and are vacationing Dollar j& :
A "e, ) In Alabama .

f I Mr and Mr. Albert Hugh Cook Spent ,,0. ,
MORTGAGE and three children of Cannons- c...,
1Is a SATISFACTION Of burg Pa. !left last week for their At Home ,MARTIN COUNTY iiiAI'
R've5 rJr Ott. Kubta ot a. M HutektmM r.l..dOerf.A. home after a visit of several
.. ...,, ,
It. .-. IIuk h 1MW week at the home of Mr. and Ciml
n AuSb I.. Mrs. Herbert Sudhoff BUSINESS DIRECTORY
apt of P.l-l. U .. BIM.r
..1 BwmU Bnttf CWW: M C. B.A Mr. and Mrs William Volts I
i i'r _.... and son Billy\ of New Jersey and Cc
C.X ....Arhomt Arb.. .l at I*n CluwM Ie UOtam 05.e.C. tL U* .k rCIMMM Clarence Volts brother of William Your Biuineu Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business

's t& .. of Philadelphia arrived
; Bui .f 11 ui to YI..d.eS t.O. -
r -
Sunday at th home of their
r .... .
,. B. K" sec
; .-. L. TII... w Ie *..-* a. loin: ,parent. Mr. and Mrs.C H. Volts, ( --I w
,; % Yb.Nwuvasroa. tor a weeks vacation her*. te7 The Rleet I II NasTica Protection
,,4." ANTS mLMOa The Palm City Woman Club Plumbing Heating D

\ ... LuU. OnMr ...*. will meet Au,. 28 with Mr*. Lucy GENERAL Jalousies
r n Brow to '
'r t. MiMT Oww 8..dI..... M .. to CttlMMUrtkar Van Frank. All members are Ala m Awnings Sheet M I Se8W
j ..... ., at.s.J. / IC
urged to attend. Member of th Stoym Situ
;, ;' B. H..Jor, a u Ie 11"a.. PuMpad sm
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: ; .-... club attended by Invitation the Ventilation Boat Hour
;', M Daha at .. ta Ftaaato Men' Civic Club Tuesday evening App ees a. J.1 Te. t.r,. ,,,,
\ Ib Oribbla.. .at .. to discus the Palm City Ritchen, laced Raiu'and are Control All Of
: W, C. fib. to Cart T Flakar. Type
\t, C bineaMAARTIN and afi B
CONTRACT school project. STUART PLU ING Con. Rice
;\ } w. 1. 'Tllloa.. Jr. U K. ... Jaaawa.AFFIDAVTT : Judy dale celebrated her 8th I M odPrivacyuctsacy A METAL W
1'( .. i birthday Aug 11 from S to 4 pjn. I LINTYSheautyutte Pr 'Ivan TayP.
.n.t L WAYore... Cala ta Tka p.bfa at her home in Palm City Farms
Aaivlla C rtraa. Wfcaelar. Ie Taa raaHa. ELE C 0. Box ?
I, Il, i CERTIFICATE Games were played and refreshments r PNONast
DEATH: I D.r 4be ee M
4 I. rat JaatM B. Nab. .. Tka 1'...... served. Quests and mothers 'Pb Ta r: w +. Pk see Sr 55.1 Pt 0E

t T__ at Roatx DEED rtorUa DlaaaM I* present were Jody and Gladys I '--

!, or BoWrt .. Waaa*. Prevatt Walter fflera Nell, Nan,
I OBDSJlla Mary Frances and Freddie Walton I -- -- --

rat MINERAL Mtat af rGH.. .TRANSFER O. OrMi. Terry Lee and Freddie Joe, Stu Get Miles WeelRE

r Rld,H ..11_ to L V Hodia.RESTRICTION Johnny Lelghton, Donna Moor,
HELEASB: Mrs. Moon Mn Fred Joel and AP
f i Fait B.wall Realty. Caaiaanr to lluw Mr*. O Bier Auto C p
WARRANTY Mary Ra and Judy Crew Uncle Billy YOUR IRFS

Red W CUrt to ,Jo,. W. BaaaaU celebrated their 6th and Jnd Modern seze, e

sees.COUNTY birthday Au,. 11 from 3 to 8 .g.e ........ r.l.e. Ten. e. rwn..rAn
J .. aa.n s..al.
Marti Caaatr to Fart DEED Men XaaKaCaauaar Games were enjoyed Refresh Trail Court s.wnnd I a Aootbor,, c-Ia P. wYrl). J r ./ W .. .Yd e1RINTAt.e

-M -, ments were, served. On cake CTDA WELL ce e..a t tALL
ARTICLES or AGREEMENT. had Ave candle and the other cMNV
of ImprovedVnd &.Ipk .B...UI.. .-. at.o.aa'.. husk O *UB* two Quest were Linda Diane If STRICTLY on th .. CHAJ ON'SI
Unimproved Properties
PARTIAL SATIsrACTCIOM OF Smith. Bobby Linda and Susan BLAIR and B ER and therVe no sins to bide, Service tens
ThroUCho l Martin
;1 ACREAGE X-1 County aces BIt....MORTGAGE, !".., to, Carroll P.... Simmons Frances Walton; Nell,Nan France and Crews Mary. Old Rime Is.WV P -la e you fear not man MOT devil, Federal 'ihwsjfSUBSCRIBl
RANCHES toaika at aa.TAX
DEED Judy: Crews, Mrs. Smith, Mr. "or worry Txml your bidet
gewa8's Feint Bin -I.-RIet Properties Uirtla Caaatr to 11._" Rates Linwood SImmons, Mrs. William TV F. .1. j
... won't harm --- -
; Mania Oaaatr to C. 0. Bltl. you ;
Carroll and Mrs. 0.'B. Cadwell.
t Jupiter Island Oeesa- >-Sound Estates Site MINERAL RIGHT TRANSFERL AND: ROYALTY The Palm City Church Aid met ., Keep In Touch The F.B.I. wont bam you- I
V. Redn. te ........ .- .....W Aug. 11 for an all-day session if lawful things or1 tied to,

H HI B. V B c..+::"t. II... J. WIoIIU--- of work for their fall basaar. A with ,ou',. not juttin' out to
I C. B. AR OGAST SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT covered-dish luncheon was served your
....... Airlf.llot._CkmJwlto 0..r) Martin County J chin! THE STUART, NEVI

Real.Estate WATERFRONT FROFERTrES Insurance PARTIAL Q.RELCASB W. n OF MORTGAGE Mr*. Henry Crew left Monday 1'i Don't .join up with th' Com.mi 9.
'lurid* Tluiw C..pN to DWe with her children,'Violet Mary 0... Year .r.-
lieea.Ia.. Mae and Judy for a week'. visit s| don't cb *t ib' income
Subscribe The New
to *fi
r In Miami at the home of Mr tax, avoid. J1 (rate* of Hade Two Years ;---.

'I't and Mn Tex: HUdebrand. )[ 1 year ....__$3 a..d'OU can then! RELAXI! Mailed at th..pr\DI\ f
HUdebrandt Ia 1 the stet of J ,
dl dlI Crew. Don't date up with low wo- V&I
I ;) ry Mr*. Charles ra'i 2 year ....-.. .,...$5 men' step wide 'ro."1 anywhere, in the t

C. & E. WALKER Jewelers who rh'd,been visiting I c I DRINKIN' SIGNS 1 for _

In Nebraska for several week NOnlIN' dart cloae TRIM..

left Lincoln Neb. yesterday and MIN' ,' females gin* and
expect to arrive home Sunday } .
That' Mr. and Mn Charles Leighton Your fun
pled spent Sunday in Vero Beach visiting may seem some TAME, BO cIo..bt. _pared CCI' O5E

their friend, Mr. and Mr. HIGB & witb wbat you s..-.Ut' SUCH-UKE f.,. yeas.n. beet wit..

r No Price Increase I Is For International Sterling Ford Mr Elvenbark. Charles Leighton spent out ASK THOSE WHO CAN'T GET FREEI r n.t.. NEw i

I .at JOY that _.
Tuesday In Fort Fierce. to mall.. SPRINGS FROM HIS SOUL vnw
Mrs. Clarence Felnauer and General Con sky WITHIN COD planned it telu when J
bale Le,.. sous i.
J children expect to return Augn TRUE JOY
r The following statement hasbeen received from The International after a month1* visit In Michigan and Rep re WONT SPROUT FROM SIN! .
If r Silver Company| I \ at the home of Feinaaer P. a Bo/832 Little'
One Block West Palm .

}. ''i I parent Mr*. Mary. R McMahon otSunnyslde City BridjC On The '2Lt. -& Beauty/ShjJ/

; "Our management is convinced that the interests of the manufacturers L I, Mr' and Mrs .. gkl1PLETE Ile a ALIION
Peter Kimbl of Freeport, L. L -
I a. well as tb. consumer arebest served by keeping prices down to a and Mrs Cecelia Medina of Astoria r

point where today. million} of bride and home-maker can readily U L, arrived Tuesday at '
: afford sterling.MCosts the Douglas Leighton horn Mrs. Ltd Wflb rdway 'RANK 'HALEROOFIItG I CONCREjrFoundations 1
I McMahon U th* mother and Electric EUMgeratWKRVICE -, i
Mrs. Klmbls the sister ot Mr*. '

Leighton., Mrs. Medina i* their 'No Job TV Large Or
have gone vp for us,\f couftb" but by. increasing our manufacturing friend To. AuTltauLS r Poa B orJcs,

facilities and efficiencJL and by securing increased ..u.I...* and Mrs. Dan SUn arrived Fridayat FAR \ AND TaEh;

production, we have been able\ hold the price I tin*. the Jack Llsk home from HOBE tmD Roof "!
Jacksonville She returned Monday ELECTRl CO.P1TCHF1 SAHS,AMB IE*flCB II J Reps.
This policy together with an odtatandwf program of national, advertising after packing and shipping DAr Are Mr at1 Ewythfa ys

I I '' f fIY has succeeded in increasing Rssjnes* for u* each year fpr many their household good. They Day PI WRECKER SERi Pb00 So, Cdoreldo D
haft rented a home then and Nit.HobeSotmd. P rev UrAlft jewd ye
they both expect to obtain work 1 DEI'X
soon, SUn ha regained his I PHONE 9143 4 n Pb0//21
health Stuart 34: J l lJOB stnr Boa a ou

''Our sterling price: are till at a prawn .....el.n the face of a long n

I, +t period of rising cats, this fact make IntemationlJ Sterling one of LIVESTOCK: 8AIEEJacksonvWe
S Aug. l'-I'lodda
r/ 'America's finest values. \ II f e* toe k producer received 'S '
s A I $238,123.42 for cattle and hog Q Sure sen

"We intend ,to keep It that-regardless of th. trend < the rest of the old on eleven reporting market 4ENr

f ,sterling industry. ,_. > during tilt C1In'eIIt..1t, according Ad SUREJensen i
to figure received Jacksonville PRINTINGSTUART F .. F.Dd.
Cotta |and Boala t tMOREINAI
office of Florida State .' PR Y TNEM
Market, four market omitting '"
This baa be.n the settled policy 'of the Company f< year* and will gross cash payment for animals ood I .4 RTA.II. NEWS B r

continue t. be our policy in the foreseeable futur." handled. The fifteen cooperate ,
ing market told a total of (.UA Bait For Sal. d+ APT
I'' j j'J cattle and ','1OS hog I ,, a* compared BEACH'
-2470SCEOLA t PHONE 289 with 4483 cattl and 3.471 .- JENSEN ,PHONE. 300 ae..e Bel 1

bog handled during the l AT cMnrrv aamo I (PHONE p1B1-s
_. of
preceding weekly report period.

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