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: September 9, 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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Vote of An American Community Dedicated to the American'Wai of 0 .

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ASKS 536 Enroll in Stuart HEADS DIMES MARCH DRAFT I REPLIESCOMING'SLOILY City' School Board -Lock J) ij''


H ST. SPAN Schools, 60 Delayed Over Land Exchange Plan 1 j .

At 5 p.m. :yesterday 223 menages

A registration of 636 students with approximately 18-25 had registered since I -- ------ - --- .,
BO more due to start after two weeks was reported ,eRter. Aug. 30 for the peace-time Selective I A request by the Martin County School Board for a gift of ';,
Board of Yacht day' In the Stuart Elementary and Martin County High Service summons In the office I 14 82 acres of city: Downed park property aroused protracted argument -I six the Jaycees block and Jaycee-Ette: of ;I '
cement outdoor
f Plans Surrey Schools and finally agreement by the City Commission last night grills I ,
by an
Principal Erwin
i F.
Johnwick.in Tax L. Kirk-
.._ of Collector C. ; In two rows parallel to FluglerAve.
Ordered .. I to take under advisement within I

i ;year ago when the "two-week" I office will be open dally except : made by the school authorities. He said no expense would be

( until Its Sept. 21 regulation had not yet been put NEW KIWANIS Sunday at S a.m. until 5 through I I The requested area !Iscludes borne by the city: and sites for

: was A request by A.. Into force. This 'year students Sept IS to handle'I the estimated all that between East 4th and park acreage, :;In selling It.] the!\ grills were to be marked out
for a committ- 487 eligible men in the county. I 7th Sis. and between North]1 Rollins and School 1 Board bY'clty andJaycee officials this\
must have been In the State at Georgia and North Illinois A
the County Commix-, LEADERS The present figure includes yee. members attending reiterated morning.!
\ day for the con- least two weeks before entering NAMED 160 whiles and 63 Negroes, However It lies adjacent on the west( to. the pressing need for\ more schoolrooms Ordinance 187 ordering -a minor '
school and It Is estimated one-fourth the present school area and Includes
u a result about 60 In Stuart to Improve educational change In the new occopational .
of a hew concrete pupils two-thirds-of of these are transients meaning the Log Cabin and the facilities but license. tax schedule: f
them In were uncertain : was I
[ Krueger Creek the Scouting Program Presented, only about one-third of the! unimproved area extending to on how much they might enacted and 190 allowing unlimited '
St. which would elementary grades, must county eligible have registered the edge of the Negro section. I
I 4th wait. Film Scheduled Jurfgt 0.*rf. E. Holt expend to secure sites. Rollins ''Storage of gasoline at a .. ;t ..'
above mean high Tomorrow (I and the work is falling behind Superintendent R. H. Rollins said they would not care to include 1 given station passed on first : ,;
have a clear The total of 538 Includes 41 .....-. Judge Holt/ of Miami. has accept, schedule Klckllter said. He urged -, said his group felt the area's the Log Cabin In the deal, reading. Resolution 420 setting !
span In the 1st grade 41 In the 2nd, A motion picture entitled ed the Florida! State chafrman- the men to. register promptly I value does not exceed 7500. and City Manager L. B. Emit i deductions for early 1948 city Jo)

50 In the 3rd. 36 In the 4th, 31 ''Echoes of War in Peace" distributed '.hlp of the 1949 March of Dimes and not wait I until the last day, However, the city was offered subsequently was Instructed .to' tax payments starting with 4.
presented the propos- In the 6th, 32 in the 8th, 70 In by the Southern Bell tat the third consecutive! lime: ; and warned that after the deadline i either $7,500 to be paid If approved determine approximately: how I' per cent during November was'passed. II,
[ his plans for the 7th,' 53 In the ,,8th 53 In Telephone and Telegraph Company Tills campaign each January 'is registrants will have to trip I by a majority of the city's much It would cost to move the Runt announced city .
the creek for a yacht the 8th, 47 to Fort Pierce board to. sign freeholders or $10,000 without a
In the 10th 47 In the will be shown under the the ole fur the National up. cabin across North Georgia Ave. beer win and liquor licenses
for -
opening up de support '(
llth and 31 In the 12th. That auspices of the attendance Men born In 1027 are scheduled I vote. The city Is expected to reacha must be renewed by Oct. 1, t
that of St. Lucie come Foundation for' InfantileParalysis
part adds to. 354 In the elementary to register tomorrow. and Satur I Mayor W. R. Baker met Rol- decision at I
a special
of East 4th St He mlttee at the noon meeting of meeting i The Stuart News was given an .
were being grades and .182 In the -12th high KiwanIs at the Woman' Club day. I lins' request with an exchange at city hall at 7:30: p.m. Tueada,. : order for 25,000 city advertising .
start the U -month school years.Johnwick tomorrow.C. proposal whereby the city would 1 This debate paled other signifIcant -: folders for delivery in October. I .

job on or before Nor. explained 'that this A. "BUI" Porter was elected I receive property instead of cash actions. The Junior Chamber A request for financial aid In I ,
I approximate Cost ,of week all pupils will be dismissed without opposition as the club's TAKE CARE IN SCHOOL ZONES I for the area. He proposed exchanging of Commerce and representatives -I, publicizing the county during ,,', I II

However, he said he at 3 but starting next week this new president at Friday's meet- I it for a small river from other civic organ I I the October Legion convention, 1
: to. know if will be supplemented by a half- Ing. When no further nominations re-I front area north of the Civic ization will meet with the commission -,Iin Miami was delayed until '.' 1 ,
s of craft It \Is expected: hour activities period which is were made from the floor Sheriff C. hi. Hancock .ernedmotoriats today that With the Center to complete that park Tuesday night to solidify I I.Tuesday. Marjorie! R. Maulsby .1,
I Would be able to. get considered school time and accounts Ira Decker moved that the en- sumption of schools here Tuesday they should exercise extreme area by the school buying that plans for a citywide cleanup was offered $400 and cancella ) :(

} bridge without em- for the announced dismissal tire recommended slate be elect- I while driving In school annos. They should observe nil signs, the State I,, riverfront plot and exchangingdeeds I campaign the week of Sept. 27. '!jtlon of $129.91 In unpaid city ,l !

draw. County Kngi-) hour! of 3:30.: However, ed by secretary's: ballot. Other I speed law of a 25-mlle-aivh maximum! speed in these pines and with.the the city. He emphasized -I Ben A. Redding it., who appeared taxes for Lqt '1., Block 4, 47-acre '
that was Interested
city this
most elementary grade childrenare on also asked >:lty Subdivision where the
I I city own
new officers to take over Jan 1
Oreenlees was ordered I ; school bus take let off'' '
stops to on or pupils.Adequate In retaining and Improving for '
approval the
construction byEverglades' 10 surrounding I lots. i
not Included these
In activities include .
| board an estimate of: and will depart at 3. Henry O. Kindred, vice- signs are or will be posted near ull schools, he said. and ------- ---,- --. -- -- -- --- m.__ __ _
president, and Dr. Carl A. Fogt,
t necessary nil, road, II slxnild be heeded. In addition the: law It also is mandatory I t
speed !
abutments in a sur- I A.- C. Bridges, Jr., 0. H. TIlton, ,
Idea. HEARING CALLED B. D. Fulton, Walton K. Parks under. State law. to stop when school buses stop whether the driver* : New Licenses MRS.ANTHONYDIES \

begun Tues- ON CHANCE Charles Rue and Lewis Gamble vehicle is I behind the bill or upprouvtmig. H, Hancock said. lie announced .

_' completed in a special directors. that vfcil.itors reported to his office will be subject to arrest

i )' the board up- The nominating committee I aid prosecution. To Go on Sale Growth Cited AT 74
An Invitation has been extended -
motion to. halt all had named I,.. C. Klckllter for ---- I'I '
the Port Bewail to "all interested persons in 8 lIeutenantaoyer1nor "
on the District\
I and District the State" to attend a public ; On The'history and development I '
Bridge post but In the. face of his County to Have FALL CHAMBER WednesdayCounty '
)' unless residents of hearing on proposed election law oral resignation George Keith: i of the Everglades was reviewedby I Mrs. J. C (Her May) Anthony, I.

appeal to the board to. legislation scheduled in the was named to the office, ---- P. r. d* Moya formerly pf '174, died after a long illness at I II
I 1 of the pro- House chambers In Tallahasseeat W. E. Nexsen, West PalmBeach I Publicity Drive 1048-49 occupationaland Stuart, at the noon meeting of I residence at 317 South California 1
I plan In the area 2 this afternoon. 'We wanta Boy Scout executive, led MEETING SETThe bevera.ee licenses for the Rotary Club ai Chlsholm's yes Ave at .J:30: a.m. today.
the board's action ., full and fair hearing; any and the day's program, devoted to i I terday. De Moya now Is man-I 1 I Funeral services will be conduct
ordered of the al- all proposals'will be consideredat Scouting. After a skit which Included During Meet I I' year starting Oct. 1 will go on ager of the Florida Power and' ed by the Rev U E. Reid of Lake

of 'two old public this meeting,* it was stated. I himself; porter, Keith, I annual fall meeting of the I|:sale at the office of Tax Collector !Light Company office In Paho- Worth at the ,.Baptist_ __Church. f
\ of Indlantown Neither Martin County legis I Kindred and John M. Law, Jr.,1 |!L. C. Klcklller in the court house kee.De I
\ and agreement lator. Representative Marvin H.Rowelhenel he gave some statistics on the I l A nine-man temporary; organ- Martin County Chamber of Corn'Centef'at :j| next Wednesday. Prices vary Moya went Into detail in') Ij

"with the Cttyof Btu Jl Senator Brans-Cra-' wthW'8cDOnUntvandimstmended i .it1I'"! n"ln 1JtItr; rJm oeJekLat'.1.lIa..Cl1fl4. according to the individual recounting water control effort, j
l equally the expense ry will attend, they Mid. Neither Bridges for his work as Ooeuhngrnef-at home S p.m. Monday. 'I, I' The beversge'lsceneee must lot m tIme J,5MOOu-acre< 'Glades in Ir'd
I a 1.950-tt. drainage are they included on the 21-man Troop 34 Scoutmaster. President his on, President H. M. Saunders secured b, Oct. I to. avoid havlflg' pointing out that'lUt'h planning

the city's south end. legislative committee named to. Phil Maxwell accepted for the; VS.I Friday, eight to Initiate stated the meeting's objective I' the buslnes closed by a State actually affects all of South,
to Sept. 21 were discuss proposed legislation in club as the troop' sponsor the' planning for publicizing "Martin: Inspector. However the occupational Florida. He said fact on the
by Leo Ooessllng for Tallahassee yesterday. Governor new charter and Dr. Fogt, C. R. County during the trek of a call for coordination In and licenses although they become problems are fully assembled|
the county Caldwell has agreed to summon' Ashley Bridges Ronald Cross, I ican Legion members Amer-I by the community for projects I j( due Oct. 1 may be secured now for the first time and lauded .

Legion's October a special session of the Legislature C. W. Moore Parks and L. M. to Improve the 1948-49 season until Jan. 1 without Incurring the proposed Congressional
In Miami and by If a bill can be agreed upon, Johnson received: cards as troop parts of the nation to Miami for here The publlo Is Invited | the 10-per Cent penalty affixed appropriation Of $209,000,000 toj j
for sharing cost and both Crary and Rowell sign' committeemen. the annual Legion convention __, I to all purchased after that date. alleviate it.
there Oct. 18-21. | | ;
I shower and dressing ed petitions requesting the ses The council's, swimming tro- I He recounted the voluminous :

| > baseball County park Library here. sion. phy was presented to troop members ,tives The will group's\ be principal distribution'objec of Arts Guild Plans SCHOOL INSURANCE the natural area aspects In stating and that assets it has of
as a permanent possession 1
souvenirs and literature adver-
i $50 a month and a JACKSONVILLE PASTOR for having won it three straight CONTRACT TO MAPP become a highly mechanized I
the ThursdayA 1
tising county to all conven Meeting
place of although 85
i rented In the Oreene years and members of Troop 34 progress !
IS BAPTIST SUPPLIERThe I tion-bound Decoration
a month for housing I Jack Harris, Ray Edenfleld Adolf of the Legionnaires.highway, distribution -- Edward Mapp on a low bid of I per cent of the J30.000 acres cultivated I
in Everglades
i county: welfare offices. retired Hertel James Reardon 3rd, and booths and refreshments short business 'session followed $434.03 was awarded a contract I annually the I''
Rev. W. L. House, are In Palm Beach County. -
-- Jacksonville minister will preach Bill Leach, received Individual! are Included In the planning to I by a square dance on the by the School Board last week I.. He cited the growth of cattle
SPONSORS as a supplier at the Baptist I meet awards. Court of honors be effected through cooperative patio of the Pelican Hotel and I'j' for Insuring 11 school buses and I cane ramie and produce indus
TOMORROW also, were presented to Hertel., efforts of all organizations the refreshments are on the program -
; Church starting Sunday until three trucks. His bid. one of ,tries there which have received L LMRS.
the church {palls: a new pastor Leach and George Hogue. county The publicity work prob- I for the opening meeting three. covers $5,000 on one person :considerable Impetus from the ;
( Stuart businessmen to replace the Rev. J. Phil Maxwell -I Maxwell was presented his ably would start about Oct. 12 i for the fall season of thfe! Fine j 'recently constructed railroad line I, ,.
the sponsorship of it was announced Tuesday. i past president's pin and Price and extend through the convention Arts Guild at 8 p.m. next Thurs I $100.000 on multiple persons I' from Canal Point to Fort Pierce. I I l :
I and Loan French, who takes over this weekas it was said. and $5,000 property damage,
Savings Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell and family day.President I The club had seven guests. ANTHONY""
In Martin County left Monday for St. Augustine president received his. \ presi Meeting Friday were Qoessllng, Mrs. W. Lippincott Supt. R. H. Rollins said. J J. C. f I

I to. discuss campaign where he has been called to the dent' pin Zack Mosley, A. P. Krueger, H. B. extended an Invitation to alii 'At the board's September SERMON TOPIC GIVEN I $
far In the office of First Baptist Church. Kraft, William C. King City members and their families to I meetingTuesday night Reomla The Rev. C. A. Carrlel will f here at 3 p'.m. tomorrow Burial
FARM LOANS OFFERED L. B. Runt Roland L.Mlnnehan. attend the meeting which Is will be In the family plot In Fern Ii
Crary at 1:30: p.m. The pulpit committee consist i Stevens was named principal at speak on "Deliver V* from Evil"
The 10 are committed ing of the churchs 11 deacons John 8. Stewart, supervisorwith John Jones and Robert planned as a gala affair to start I tile Domes colored school andArthur at the 11 a.m. service of the Hill Cemetery :

i $100,000 In pledges to La taking the lead in selection of the Farmers Home Administration Ralston the Guild's\ ore:year of work.; I R. Owen a* coach at Stuart Presbyterian Church at the She Was born the daughter of "
such a firm which .Is the new pastor which, however I will be In the County In case of rain scene will be Training School replacing F. Woman's Club Sunday. He also I the late Mr. and Mrs. Luis Malone -
and Insured by the will be elected by the entire Agent's office In the OughtersonBldg. BROWNIES TROOP shifted to the Woman' Club, W. Hlnson who decided after be- will make an announcement on Etherldge In Wilkes CountyIn <

$. Deadline church membership. Several at 11 a.m. Monday to talk MAY BE RESUMED same time.NORMAN. _Inv_._ chosen____n__ not__n to__ accent_n_ dedication of the new church. I Northwest Gcorela on June .
this\ Is f -- -- -- ------ ---- 5, 1874. She was married to the ;
requirement candidates are 'under consideration with farmers interested In mak-., -

. it was reported.Number .Ing farm loans. Reorganization of. a Stuart V. KRITZNER and late Mr. Anthony1 moved June 18. 1897 I I I \ ,
interested in making DIES AT OCEAN BREEZE Motorists Deserve Better they to Stuart inJ924.
Brgwnles troop 'will sprint froma "
should contact For many years she was I
10 as soon as possible. of Stuart Phones meeting of all Interested mothers active In the Baptist Church and '
Norman Victor Krltzner.
Crank E;, Qulsen- j of girls 7-10 :years"of age at died suddenly of a heart & Roads for Taxes They Pay the Eastern Star. Her husband .
H. Bruner, Senator Per CentIn the Civic Center at t p.m. Tues in his trailer home In 55'1 died last 6ep 17.
u M. Dehon, Russell Increases 11 OH day. Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon will Breeze Park'In Jensen Beach I Survivors Include four chlTdren :

C. Klckllter. George be_ leader;. 1:15: a.m.Oda,. Funeral By RUSSELL 'KAY viding a service to the motorist. \ J. C., Jr.. Mrs. W. O. Penney J
Q. MacDonald H. R. ** Mrs. Dehon said 18 girl are rangement are pending arrival i Mrs. L. C. Klckllter and Mrs. 1
[ 8. F. Stephenson Stuart the number of telephones .1934-39 pre-war average. being sought for the troop which of relative from Michigan. Florida tax motorists are taking in fact an Two. cents goes to the State C. L. Boggess.! all of Stuart: ulna { .
awful beating worse
has increased 110ft per i "And with Florida continuing will meet weekly at her home In He was born In Chicago April than those of other State Board of Administration one- grandchildren and five great I :

TO MEET: cent from 380 in mid-1940 to 810today. to grow and develop so rapidly, St. Lucle Estates starting Tuns- 2, 1893' and lived moat In the Union, for any they are payingmillions half cent to the State general grandchildren 'I t 1
Area Manager A. 8. Dobbsof It Is now apparent that facilities day from 3:15: pjn to. 4:45: : I ,- -5.JAYCEEETItS P !
will meet at the week. construction requirements will of his life In Miles, Mich. Be of dollars into the State, revenue fund and another one- ,
ian" at 1:13: pm. TuesTHE Fort Pierce reported this the addition continue heavy for several was production manager for an treasury every' year and these half cent to the State 'fund for START t.:,' t
This gain has required set NEW DRIVER'SLICENSES
equipment In Nile until common schools.
according to State Manager -, company funds are being diverted to the ON REDECORATIONSThe I' ,
of considerable new equip. years A. B. Dooley, "This. means SOLD SO FAR his retirement four years ago. extent that the motorist is being Then the poor browbeaten motorists -- ''t
ment. Dobbs said including an ----- H*. and his wife had lived! at gloriously gypped. are called' upon to pay
TIDES enlarged switchboard In Stuart'aorttce that large sums of additional Judge Arthur Clont reported Ocean Breeze for the past three Were it not for this diversion for,a license tag each year. And Jaycee-Ettes: met at the
to be raised -If
and construction of a 20 capital are yet Center Tuesday evening to J. .
forward last night his office has told yean. He was a let lieutenant. of our gasoline tax to. purposes does this money return any
to makingthe hear
we are go final the
station across" reports on baseball ,
22 ft. repeater j
by 1
In Warld War other than road construction and benefit to him? .Not so you
II >>4 h. intoTfw U. It Uefc the street from the office at service better and providing 380 new, driver' licenses- since game concessions and the kid- %
Survivors Include his widow, could notice it. After administrative -
lot fee UM ......... maintenance, Florida 1 1 would
k IS. State fleeds.Pointing .
this .
w tnttii S all progressive dance. Now
6ts. Used tn connection I here party that part of
..ism ...._ T.... r.. *._ll< Akron and 3rd they were placed on sale Alice, and two sisters, Mrs. Julius haY much more mileage of bet- expense eat up a nice
.. $44 I km I* .,_. ,.. M.k with the. recently-ln-I out that telephone Sept. 1. This represents about Kaehler and Mrs. W. A. Van ter roads than she has. slice of It the balance of thismoney the material has arrived the r
t I.. it .iiiiM r.r CmiM: construction\ extending to. the girls have started
in, coaxial sold last covering the
stalled east coast fable.Making 10 per cent of the total !
"P k f W, ... MIUlHlI. Wlcklln, both of Detroit While' the average motorist goes to the teachers' salary
sand rural ,
progress'In its constructIon cities and town areas year. Present license expire fund. furniture 'and making i new ), t
)i.w, t.w. lm ,throughout the State, Dooley may not realise It, When he I drapes for the Civic Center.
: of new lacmtle Oct. I.Judge ,
: .
P.S. AM. P.S AID FOR .1 drives Into. a.IIIUna station and We have no quarrel with the "
ii nea telephone service said the number pf Southern 'accompanied by Their next meeting will be. 1 l I
toe idil and enlarge Clont
;s : : prove Tallahassee, Sept 9.4-A11 physIcally tells the attendant to. "fill 'er schools, the teachers, the Welfare I '
tea 5se see 5,11 Bell telephones through which dinner I
SouthernBell meeting at
the Seymour's ftmSept.
Florida, Patrolman W;H. McKnlght will ,
I eat 5ts ets, 1,11 In handicapped Individuals of up," he Is paying 8V4 cents tax Board. the State Board of !
make and receive
Floridians 20
It: 1;; i::' teut liCs : Telephone facilities Company lathe has their calls' has increased from be In Indlantown tomorrow. to' i employable age, whether veteranor on every gallon of gas that goes Administration I or other agencies i at 7 P-m. '
teat Issue .
: : : constructed new 156.000 in mid-1840 to more than give and llcepses.CAP non-veteran, were given consideration In his tank. Of this 1ft cents that benefit from this gas tax
...t sot ties ..... amount of more than $48,000,000' 350,000 today. The company is In plans outlined at Is Federal! tax and 1 cents \Is diversion\ at> the motorist' expense -! I-CENT DINNER.: SALE is ,v

in.the past 2ft years. The com-, handling about twice as 'man, REORGANIZATIONMEET 'I the State office of the Florida State tax. but we do feel that It \Is' SUCCESS; ANOTHER DUIRice' ', '
THEWATHER' pany 1 is now engaged Expected In construction to- local call* more than 2,000.000 ATTRACTS 30 State Employment: Service by Each cent of gasoline tax collected unfair and unjust to make themotorist : -wee.1 '
.1 that I is this heavy burden Restaurant served ::18 8 I
In 1948 dally-and more than 3ft time* representatives of three organIzations yields a revenue of $8,- carry
amount .to $23,000,000 as many long distance calls- Reorganization of the' Stuart I at a meeting last Thurs 000,000 annually, and'the entire and give him so little In return. turkey dinner duflng a six-hour

..P. .. -. e.b .. p.$4.E. I,I alone-" of Its activitieS nearly! 50,000 dally-as In 1MO.Ever1 Squadron 1. the CAP got underway day. The meeting was called I 7 cent collected I by the State We should keep lit mind that rush for their I-cent dinner sale I
.,. II. ..... v. .. s.15.e ..b.Vrn.Y.e..est.w In furthertflcC since the war, SouthernBell with 30 attending a special primarily to formulate and coordinate amount to $42,000,000 annually.' Florida ls a tourist State; .tour- Sunday, owner Herbert Rice reported .
'III, ........ 'Ia. to meet the woffj" that all of ists represent our big night The tables ,
of the has been pushing its service session at Wttham Field at J plan for the observance Most folks think this\ money Monday: ;
: ".'0$4h.esM.$4..s _, Bost-waf telephone to Improvement program 'In FlorIda Sunday afternoon. The students of National Employ the money goes to the State Road I crop and there I\.a nothing that remained full from before 11001I I .
I ..... .. I. 1 Stats and help lead way and installing unprecedented will receive complete aviation Physically Handicapped Week Department for their benefit in I helps attract tourist. travel asmuch i until nearly ''evening. Rice said, y,
..... lit the greatest poulbl.lrowLh volumes of facilities for both round'schooling once a week, Oct.l-9. more and better roads, but it a* good tat roads and the experiment proved such .
.... ..., ,. Florida SOuthern -
development 4 to Florida is also an agricultural a success' that another 1-cent.
docsnV cent
Improved and enlarged service In all course necessary to become goes
: 'i::: ;: Bell after thi,war rapidlystepped ,of However, there still remains a a' pilot. A. P. Krueger 1* PHONE: IF IN TROUBLE I, 8RD. State ana good road are needed I sal .1* planned I In the near fur
.: nstn.cuon .
.8t ItBSCI4U up Its activities tremendous demand tor more In charge and there 1* no fee Sheriff O. M. Hancock urges What happens to. the other ) : to carry produce from farm to I II ture. 'I
AiNrALL new facllltle. These whereto and more telephone service In Krueger also- announced that I Martin County resident to telephone 'I cent :you pay on every gallon I market Improved highway I Starting this week the establishment I

... have' reached the point constrUction the Stats, more for present sub. Howard Aliff of Lake Worth began 359 the Police Radio Station ofgas3ouuse? Weiiltledls.\ within our counties are badly I has extended Its open I
j I. ,J.n 1048 .rat of new running about scribers as well! a* for other [ today a* a new Instructor at WRWL, In all time of' tributed among different Stale needed. Secondary county road hour from I ajn until midnight
.- ,.1 in Florida 1* than the needs. the'fIeld. troubu; departments none of them pro (qMltl.-l On Fog Thru) dally C
ru fly, time* ,

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t'I-I ''I Man,. is responsible tot the &,"I,,th This u in spite ot the tact iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiuiii ,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiini' ': U. S. PayrollGaining i SOUTHEAST HAS I II turn Persons of said.the twentieth In 1902 propertytax century I LIVESTOCK Veek-end SAUS report., '
) I iiu' ,misuse> !und neglect thai t thai thev 'ovd! more! area than collection In the seven Florida livestock uu.
I .1 I' made Florida's turesu. thet i itj i the woodlands of the other SOCIAL NEWS State totaled $35,000,000\ or ilx :told of the sal 0,7, <

I ,\I t tj !I. ,i d! pioductlve) of any in the Southern States IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII h.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIII1ICltB ..........................n ...n.... 469 I I MADE BIG GAIN time\ more, than those 1m I860. I'total and 2,059 of hon toTt4j r!
t In 1913 the collection*-477.000.- t308,161J4.
i.II V VI y l HAS MEETING I RECEPTION PLANNEDA 000() .-...\were more than twice. thoseOf figure being anavsbbksu
I 1 ( High score winner at the Dutch I reception In honor of the Daily in /1948 IN TAX INCOME 1902 of thSavings reporting manes
Treat Club last Thursday mt the new Methodist minister \and his
:r Civic Center were Mr,. R O. I wife the Rev and Mrs. W E.: (l Reprinted from Tax Outlook) I Q to y0u1 +
FACE \ MEAT Judson and Mrs. H. M. Klelfeld.. Rowell will/ be given tomorrowat And the Federal Governmentprows I TIM' South-ut; has com along I
Others playing were Mr| T..1. ,
9 p.m In the recreation room bigger every day. Since way In taxation In the past
P Kennedy, Mrs. L. W Barnes I
CUD V and GROCERIES' (8 yean C. Parker Person regional
1 'PRODUCE Mr Stanley Kltchlng, Mia Ida by the member(if the Woman'sSociety last Jan. 1, the number of civilian director of the V. S. 1 Department \ \ ,
ATV COU TEOUS SERVICE .. Albracht.: Mrs. Edith Coventry Of Christian Service.. employes on the Federalpayroll of Commerce, ,
and Mrs A. H. Chappelka. Friend and member of the 1 has Increased at an aver' repor'-I SPECIALS y;s ;,4 '
AO \ r
pl! church are Invited.: age dally rate of "'through: IMO. the Bureau fM .
span 2nd Akron / Jo, Brooks POUNDING GIVENA April SUM new employe Census reports, State and local 1
an I
Palm f ,:'''r; William H. Mitchell returned' Government of Georgia, Florida. 11 .
pounding for the Rev. and Reversing the previous post- Fri., Sat-,Sept. to -. ;,
With I I ;ly I rrss.el rr Mrs W. E. Rowell was given Friday Sunday from a three-day1\ vacation war trend. the number of fed- Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee i wl 'f.
fact It night by members of the UoorehcHd '.340'' and the> Carolina collected
in' Savannah eral employee\ Increased! by BETTY CROCKER 14
lbl1 !i ,'tr.t I t JANE PAKKER Methodist Church; and sponsored) a little more !than M.000,000
City N. C., and Fa ettnllJe. N. In Jan&rr-a rate of a day.
.f by the Wesleyan Guild. The In property taxes. In 1947 the
wilt ,!;] I : I BACK/TO/ SCHOOL group met at.the church before C. Mrs. Mitchell who accompanied Apparently new spending under the the Impetuaof payroll, total revenue In all forma of APPLE PYEQUJCJU 43tCANNED"
: ; ,' I going; to the parsonage\ meet him to vMUrig' / III WllUaroston at an expanding rate ol' taxation tor those States WM -
y the couple. N. C.. and will Visit In February,I$783,185,000. IT"j-Jl
) CAKE I friends In Richmond'and Roanoke 457'persons a day In 1860 of course, there were
: i' 1 I t Hosts for a-fishing party and before returning. home. 151 day a.In day, April.in March and SM a ho autos, gasoline, income or TOMATOES S 2 .n1 2 5c
of the other taxable Itemson
turkey dinner Sept. 1-were Paul any ,
;k ''I : Thomas, Earl Rirou, Al Shrigley Miss 'VIrginia Burgess! daughter this new trend WM revealed!I which levies are now made, UTTLE'S INSYfcUPSWEETPOTATOES2p29c- ..
(/ 4 Lay:rs,30-oz. 59c Web Ordway', I. T. Rembert ot ).fr. and Mrs Ed Burnss. by the! most recent report of the' accounting for the vast difference )
3 ': 1 1f :f Harry F. Dyer John M. Law, Jr. left yesterday for her sophomore Joint House-Senate Committee in the total revenue collect- 2 : c
; 'h- Non-essential Federal Expenditure -
,1"I I "I and, Jack L. Coleman. .. _,' year at Mars Hill\ (N.C.i. College. on ed.The c
-- -- -" -" -- -' -
1 .... Census Bureau In a Historical
i' By April of this year Federal Review of State and Local
: "i SANDWICHES USE Government had more than I Government Finances," list
I : I I .1 GW1 'C0. PETERMAN'S POULTRY ,MARKET 8,000,000 civilian employes-that tax collection In all of the seven CORN 2 2Nn:; .
I ;; J II. AVlTr'AiiE"RlVH' -DELICIOUS' 1 is, one for every 21 Federal Income foregoing States except Florida,
taxpayer In the 7JnltedSlates. I as '$!.000,000 each In Florida '
; j GRAPE JAM ; / 21C Krueger Bid,. When the' payrolU ofstate i It was. stated the total was lest! ]JEttO 2 u- -.. 'fSc
and \local government are than 1500000. In 1947 total collection "
Ji :,,1, I.i: ANN PAGE SMOOTH RICH. TASTY -- I added to the Federal total. there were Alabama. $88,862-, ARMOUR STAR1 NSAUSAGE *
Is one government worker!! for 000. Florida $136,223,000, Oeor.
} : d MAYONNAISL'5C.: 85CAnn 'every 18 adult Americans.The gla SUJ.201.00II, ,Mississippi. 77- : 59cTASTY.TENDER
t, I' all-time peak for Federal J28.000 North Carolina. $193>> ,. I ib., .. ,:
J ,,1 : Pat BlackberrY J Silver Brook Creamery Pieces-. Breasts Leg*/- Wings employment> was reached In 770,000, South Carolina $1.112.,. : -'
v" 000 and Tennessee, 194.440.000.The .
when' there were
: i! 80CNabiuro .Also Whole Dressed F/era I August more than IMS 3,600.000 civilian on State and local Governments CUBESTEAIU 79c
f,II 1' ; JELLY 12-oz. 2 ;BUTTER ,lb. ,i he payroll. Then with the apparently began to take ,lb.... .
4 taxation rather seriously at the -- ;
; .i' *i Nabisco pkc. i:Japanese federal employment surrender> In Tokyo showed Bay a : 'WEST .RNCHlJ 4

4 :' NEWTONS 1 17CoI I, rapid decline. Last December, j BEEF ROA) ::63c
"J RITZ pkgb; H NOTICE TO Otm, CUSTOME/S '',''the total went below the J.OOO- lb..
000 mark for the first slnc\ "; ---
:,1 XtE (SLICED ,
1911. But even the "low" De- ARMOUR
I" A & P GARDEN Sunnyfield DUE TO INCREASED COSTS ormber total of 1.994,000 was
I II. files more than twice as large as the THE MOST,COMPUE BACON 74
',;, : Fruits and Veg number of Federal employe In RETAIL AND VIN ESALEQ I ib.. .... _
I. : Green Topped CORNCARROTS OF 0 JCTS 1939 and close to four time as
:' I Ij large_as_the_'!....total_ _In 19S2. Anthony's Economy
2bl J. BE'A 1 300 SO AKRON AVE. STUART,l'

j :[ Selected,Ripe
''l, t: rOM.ATOES I 1 fie 2 11-oz. pkg ': "" a PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY

27c _
Hard Head EFFECT/E 9tPT. 13th lie ENDENSIIR
_.. A. ... r/ LwAnRAN1V.d 'M, .t
CABBAGE 6 -- .. .
I : ('p.' t. elm. N R. H. Rolli.
lb. RYab.. _.d ItinM.e .. ..._. UehraW.II.r : -
r I k: California CRISPOCoconut MILK, Bl/TTERWILK AND e. Rde l X CI... Rmklnl lit I Ilahn .L mptl 19
\f ) Woojrum W R., H.. Swank w" d
\ fll i Bridget B. .. Crilik W tot OrHik.kMUwtk ,
: CANTAlOU 19 U Jx-kMi u
:ri ,
Oatmeal VYIxrl ht. i
., .
Wlll) a.Md. 1
\ J ftii-mi > W
t I II; Seedless. 1 Black Walnut INCREAS1le _, .. ...
i,:! :,. II F. IT,.k.,". is A... > Uuk.kll !
..'.'I : GRAPES 21. 27c PER QUAlTBAI&T'S Ilia.: ,, Hom4, Cumuiy is IU.I M..U..sahib.
w'I.!! a.sdlea to saws 'W k.Tkunw I
COOKIES.20c T..awl.b. .! a. U N.rau C. '' FII [
..t Juicy Persian DAIRY "N.ha .r Jis
: \ ,1 ape: Curr; W M.Horace.... Sj O Am.hruirio'
LIMES 19C ...... .a_ ..f
,1f t auth CS to O. R. < 4
: ] doz. ANDPENNOCK'S WHam X. lap .. ..,._ P. ClM.Inhn .
_. .,...,
New White S. MlrhUhM M a 0. 9.1I
,:"1 I 42' IONA I I II"Purl,.r. U.W.HllUml TUrk'', .U.. UM N..,>,.lt a,1.0:1004.: .r_.
'\ :.' t BEANS. ,hrM._ _t4rml. ,.ft._Kon_flerw_M Kewt11Jwbw. _: P R Y ,,:3 pound c $1509

I : A&P{

r ", ,iJ Cut Right Tritftned Right 1 II b. can lOc MEET ME ATKINDRED'S \ FAN-CEE-PAK BLA' K EYED MIX

lj;I'+' Super RighI Meats LPORKCHOfe PRE' ARE A FRILHNESS FgoiaMIN,1 PEAS ST, .. .V 29 APPLE PYE-pCIU.SUCtS nd CRUST 113 k

: Avoca .
P 69 6 C SPARKLE PEAR gcFre.h ME THE' MUSSELMAN'S APPLE The SenjhtioMl New Betty Crock"
ch C ProductMakes'an S-inch I DouUt
FRESH GROUNd p DOING EASY WAY/ SAUCE Ii 2 r:; 25 Crust 'Apple Pie, '
r ; ,

I II IIt' 7 t' Shank LAMB HalfROAST SHOULDER,lb. I 3p gs. 20cTFOOD CARROTS *. 1 17C T FOODS FROM COFFEE regv a:r.. \51C JEW( 0) 2 pkgs. 15 I

1 RUTABAGAS, Ib5c US TODAYStokley'a /,1 ; "'
53' SWAN'S I Mi> 7 / ,Mn.iii."i"i,, nTWffkLY

h D & b FloridaDUCKLING, quick Frozen DAII FROZEN Honor Brand /) f SOAP 2 Ice.29C SPECIAL!

C ejic ----_. .
lb.59C 5
as7 ,
a m "e" 0.

PORK 35CSUNKrFiFtO FLOUR 5 4? 10 ib. 89XING
lb. ____ FOR 4 IN 10 MINUTES

4'TSERTOR25C N..2 1., CAM' SwanAon Ever-Fresh
t BACON lb. 77' 3 Ib cans 25c SWEET PEAS.. 10 U PEAS 2 19C CHJtKEN" FRICASSEE
,_ .... 63''
,aI Wi aryXndRick I
r, MED. YELLOW Butter
Gcorber' Strained Baby

I "' Chewing All FOODS, 2 Ja s- 19c 2 ; 25 T ATOES 2 Cans :... Lu ONIONS 3 ,14C I KG.' Minute both for.

I junket Sherbet ,Iba. -. .
i MIX, 2 5ozSlalilMeyer kgs. 29c '"
., .... :
Sau< raut and N 2l4.can 23? SUPERIOR WESTERN U. S.

Fresh Marshmallow, D e I. FRANKS, 10z.- jar 38c SWAN V SHORTEN! G 0Ul'j 1 '; AA BEEF,SIRLOIN" or PORTERHOUS

10.oz. pkg- 15! FRANKS rmour'. 7l. 4 1 l jar .41c C. 'SOAP tr G SPRY 3 c ., .-. .., .1 11lisRi &. STEAK Ib'. J

Armour's Polled '/ -oa. cu: k _- -- _

Sultana: Halves 'MEAT, 2 cans.| 19c RINSO 31 a:. .0Nhod ROL .:D POT .l t
I 49C L *
BARTLETTPEAKS \Marvelous I D :er ?,, lb.. 19

I SPIC & SPAN-, pkg.. 23cfo 3 small LYKES SKINLESS .a ROAST ,, .... ,
2'/2 Can 42 Palmolive toilet" 1. SPE IALS '

,:, SOAP,. reg.,_bar,. .9c LUX SO J,5RS_ ..._...... -.. 45 _Fresh! Dresstd a/dI Drawn'AA' : D Ut

,A-PF.NN Octagon 1.'i LBr cotLNsUSc' 1 6
j MOTOR Cleanser!. can \ 7c HAM lb. 9? FOWL ;; t b. 50C 0 D. Lb 1
OIL Octagon SoapPowder S5

G.1I.[ Cn. $1.83 _lakes! Igo._:...pkg. T3C; C ART SLICE: LEAN MEAw -- NU:MAI /OLEO, lb. .34c Aged Wis. .yChe elb. ,

SAE 20, 30, 40, 50 lagon Soap (
; 100% Pure Pa. giant J2c Ib.-__. i THE COMPLETE FOOD STORECROMER'S .',

Iltt'? Jt I i KlNDRtD 5UP WTT Inc I MAR WBWXIVER TIll CP 'TO DATI Fe'...,E Otw rod"'I I


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iiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiisniiiiiiniiiiiiiniim, lllinMIIIHIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIlHlMIHIIIIIIIII( MORE ABOUTMotorists STUART TRAINING SCHOOL SoO.e oar PIOTIPRI .e.. Steto .. riceion.Per r i ii
FOR SALE I. Poru 5.54.: koosis t-'tt.: : .. sot Four ((41. J..tI_ of the .. ... ttCAL ADVEKTISEMtNTIN I
SERVICE OFFEREDiIIIIIIiluiIIIIIilttqi,1sInliIpJIIilIllIII I HAS tOS ENROLLED MOW the pertlee Intereeted in aal4 hnalnMC 0."'" of t'. StaM ef _.... Oreupa i- : I

Hiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiinijiin, ) Deserve are A. A. Wkltlrar all4 0 O Wkltlnaref 1, and 4. '
,, Port *ewau, ........ eat that Shoes For J'i; ; Railroad, Mil PabHe miMUoaol COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. IN AND

ONE TEPFER: ALL ALUMINUM LET US A total enrollment of 20J rep .re na ...... neraona .Inlerealod M aald 00...'.._ of the ..... of ......d.. 11'011 MASTIM... COUNTY, ,Loll IDA.
Cotrtmttxl CM "
TABLE spray-palni/'ydur (rassruf ( from page ) of I 545... 'lot Rno'.osob.e 54 tho 81" 0.... ISO' "OIIAT& .
MODEL WASHING lawn chain or kitchen resenting an Increase percent A, A. WIln'leA". ..... ._ D'.triM' '54 .5. ..... 'uSyblel t5$0 I'
MACHINE. REGULAR 0. 0. I. thu ItI.ht..In Conrsoo : FRAN "'i'/'I'OM.' f
PRICE furniture SIMJTTt.R PRODUCTS over a year ago was reported l.tICAL '
141,U. SPECIAL would tremendously help the r.k. s>... t 0. in, si.: i the United Btatee.For a_....
$3495. CO. rfcx 43. Phones yesterday at Stuart Training Throe Orrcnit Jadm Oronpt I. I a 1
farmer >and> but he NoTice TO CREDsYons .- !
HALL'S grower, To .
.i SERVICE 2S7 r99-K. 7 Aug. 19 U LEGAL AOVWinsCMCNT end I. Ninth Jadtrlol Oro.lt ol 0.. AIL 0555101/lop AND ALL r-ftR. : .
School W. V. Murray. -
by Principal
P. O. Arcade phone 11 won't get these road a* long auto of Floridn. "Inns I00.IJ' CLA'MAND' 1>11. t' ,

SI! te n* WORD ORDINMINIMCTI __ Sept.> FLOOR COVERINGS Arm- a* continue to divert the.gas He said 25 more pupil are 1M1U"\. IS nA"'05,? Pus 1Mg COUNTY MARTs.COsuN1l' Per Circuit One State of tke Attorney State of, lOOtS Florlon.Par '.MM. :O'J': p.AIIALAIST baNTON THE, nmltAHfcDlFlorMa MTATt of '' ii '" '

Me fOR 11Ie ____- strong's InUid Unoleum and 'expected this month. PLOttlDA. IN PROBATE, 'One Member. of tko Hoieo of __ l'.nd' to'S ebsattlot... popOulson 'I!, '
tax and It for other \
ME' ARE use purpose ftPQMtb ooMotlvea 1 of tko State of Fiorina.For j
CAW. SELLING. IX THE ree sir '
PEE WORD utboard mo- CS, fltoutaa ef '
OS: Asphalt tilW Robber and Cork The total Includes 17 In the allTtI po.aay000Tict ICI: Coenty ..4... .1 \
its .
tar Florida will have of >ou are hereby
*. We work voter an
MINIMUM Me FOB VJ *. outboard MB.tor Til* Guaranteed Installation opportunity 1st grade 20 in the 2nd 17 In -... For Bherllf. :: ilrrd to uvieem any i

*. We have part for outboard -: by ekpert Mechanics. CrifflaLcken to express themselves 23 15 la the TO CHEOITCXM Far VisA .. tko draft' Covet 55505 ..414.oo.4. wtllrtl, '0.. or either. }.1
the in the 4th <
3rd All orednwra of the couu of TlutbPerry For pre.erutlnp; Ate_,. Conntf Cbnri. ... )
motors W with regard to this gas tax diversion 0/ 50t, 1.ave Kalnct. tin? canto" 'of f '
In I I'r
2 stuck! Incl M* S. Dixie, Fort 5th, 21 in the 8th, 28 In the N.ff, daovaaid. pro hereby notlNrd For County Aeeeaaor. oC Taaoa* ...... ..on.. nccwaaeil lot)* 01...* III I IS
ipiuilIllUIHlIiKhlII1Illll1lSIIlIURTMENTS, 't and 1 ha. .sott.AtwaterOutbbords Fierce I question at the general the ant reoetretf to file nny clnlme or 450. Far Ta. Cell...... JtMneae.tr.r Rtau, of Con. ;'
May| tl 7th ID In the 8th 21 in
/ : :: 1.
FOR RENT 0..eolo00'So, For CooRs $e.ucrinteadcat at Public
'l'h4\\ Best af all Is' election in November'when they mode wktrh they may p the Hiiromblr Arthee B, .
Bth U In the 10th. .10 In the eatate o< tko eeld BoOS Perry Neff, ee.oroeod Inetraetlen.fW Cetmtr Judtr* rtf Martin County. It.In
GiMMHilHlMWIIlllNIIMIIIIIWIIllATUNT hat \we hove Vial famous IT YtlUAPAY you to com In will be asked to 'VOte for or llth and 11 in the t2th. late of tbe County of Dene nmi paporvtaor of ...I..U... \: and rite' th* .m> In hi.I offlee: ,

LAITSI)N 4-CYtt AIR-COOL-. and let Vharll. Zarnlts checkup against against a propoaed constitutional 50515 Of W........,.. I. O. eft,.. '.4 lbCos'e Far n... ........ Board .. Coonty r -... County C'lutl. lOsI In Stuart, ,
40455 of Noetla .. Flbd. Cofamlaelonere' Dfetrtoft t, S and I. tyhnre* Oknmlr. rtorioa., within eteht 111.trader '
ED OtTBOARD IB.MOTOR on y ,r rant end on the amendment that In the Ceurraoeee at Stoart, FloridareoldoMoa : : For Three Mcmbera of the. County Hoard /. : month, from' In:' ttate. of tko ;, .

In stock. Ralph Timer Motor BEAR HEEL ALIGNMENT would put a stop to thU diversion school bu Is often chargeable .,. sl55 ((01 ......... s.oulhu' S.o.son. of FoWls Jnannetloo DlaUuiu .. 4 llrat publication. 0'I.. notice. atld that

CompsrW. sod require that this collected to worn out, dangerous highway doto of 05. 500.1 ,."...U.. .5 01.Rod. acid eMma and demand mnat eeritolntke '., .
Aiil Machine money Per"One
) to fort
UI1AE that
Sept n .
yon ft .. I.sh 05.50 .P _... .0.5 lie MemVee Florida Inhn4 H .leenl. adareea of ,ibe claimant and f
vacotion tlph Vlmer Motor from a tax on gasoline be and the dollars we spend In make I" .s4sl. .04 5,500 utOla (55. "II.. .1 r.tloa Dlarrtct. .. ..... te ond preeontrd aa ._.iII. I

I YS: enlour! Klf-pro--; Cumpan Aug.15 to Sept. 16 Meet for the motorists'' benefit In ing our road, both State and ond peet.o'nee ....... 'of the ,.... Jootlo '.1 .... Psuos Ia ... toCfoiltoise .... 'sptSoso.o.oslblb.5oop,4'. .

pelled tvklrllnc ,$ .1.1..n' sod onus. 100 .Ssos Ia b. .ho Jptss DiotI'tuo4lot Dated tl.lo 55th. 4 SpltfAAe..., 1141
owerf for all travel I*
i; $'i Saves the construction and maintenance county safer .1..1.' SI.. OsosO. op SI.05550.7nT, orN 110. I .n. 110. 4. \ I

that harH puihlnf. Come In BIO EXCITEMENT! BIO STARS! of road and bridge well spent.Other .m 00'.I' ,,,, too so.fIR. ..... 00...._.. Ca .... out I '011....... Ac OecetrOl of the ftOnK patois K. 01 PINTON.Frank P. 1"

for demo stratl$n. Also have BIG S\GS BIG ENTER.TAINMim ; State agencies now receiving ...ZUCIlt4O.... SItFP: hatlee. 1I.rie', ..1.1N. I Pvaton, end aa DonitHllary Prreonal
Approval of this amendment ne Ro.4.tue! of the. of 55.5 Ferry I ... N.. ,
inower t. rent the SFE "BIG CITY the tax _. oS .14 ** ... -
iy hour or a portion of gas Nofl. .sd no Po'skilloP.s.ol CR'ARY!
which Is known will
day Clean that LYRIC as No.1. off repr0005Stlo to, 10$. In Teetlmelty *$......,, 1 have. EVANS ,
TUESDAY howl their head
up vacant lot ( TIIEAVRE directly benefit the Individual money will lb ttJl. urea, hoof a % ... 1 hand and ....... FloridaPub. 1

and make our ,laee look bet AND 0% DNESSIAY. 9SPENCEH counties It will result In more at the thought of losing It,' but A. Alto.p fi,. : .- .,n.... tkeT Great Seal. ot the A. A". "jll'lL 1..111.. .,
: as .
A.. .. t, (Ml.
.t. I',
C COURT ter. Ralph Uln.r Motor Co. Justice and fair play demand tt_ 00040 55' FlOOdS. ".....
SUPPORTS for women money being madeavailable for "Allay, v. ores. 1 o.soVtho Copout 5540. ...
AFAR MINTS 1 AotUtt the construction and maintenance that we give the motorist a 5Ire PISotOAu. T5lW.fIp,0" 'q ef A.t : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT f
FLORIDADrcorat Men'* beltk. LucIte Downey break and use his tax money for foe 1_...... lOsOiS .
[ STUARI FOR SALE J C hm.n Scooter HOI Oratiie Ate. Fort ot better safer county roadsto r.... Kept 0.' It II. 05 11... I 'I
> < 1, Fully Equipped with tit.Uon be designated by your own road building! and upkeep as It -tEe.Al. ADVLSTISIMIr4Y' 7' ft. A. GRAY, IN TMF:; COUNTY /ur>w.t COURT '.
krepl Apartments side tIn rood condi.l Plercel Phone 111-M for *p- Commissioners. It will should be. Florida will never -L : ; I Boorelore'. .. luta MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA .. :
starts t e;'y. SZ10. See polnUnent.MOVlVc tf County NOTICC OP ca.tCi.cm- IN StIll KKTATC OP ICIJflAN I
kind she
% have the of ,
Low Bui mer Estee Bob RoblnBinPETERMAN'S at also effect substantial saving highways To WI';.. 0. M HANCOCK, Sheriff M, tUJNN i iSlOTICE ,(
Seymour's, 'should hav until we atop diverting To She Inrrrrf .. MnrtHt Cbutitr .
Round Uoette CotuMt. 'of )
kpcB All fear jenoen Heat pt.l. t.Clinad%, Mexico or In ,the payment) of outstanding the tax. I'm voting tko Hata el ftertoai aV.t, .. I, II, II, 0'". 7, 14, IS.I TO CRFDITOM I IAn

w. I. p. GET, Mr- Any*her, |in v.SM.1 For reputabli ,road bonds gas _.oro ef the l...lete ot I,,,,.. \

TelcptyIllkillllllll no $152 ''iiltry lines toW distance factor 1 for the amendment myself because lo M k..... That I. 1. A. GRATy 50 IIos... 1Io.d. oe ......, .aMlIod.
Market--I: Tan Another to consider I am concerned with Flor.Ida' "tVeretary 'of Slate of the Stale 'of FtorMta LECAL ADVERTISEMENT: : 04 ree.olreil'. ..o III* *ni. > rlalmt or do.mende .

niilllllllllllllllllllllSALE $ Fresh dresselen aid / see Dan fatfti, Box that of safety. Our highway and feet that this .aoreby nIna' ...... that a fCCNERAl. -- whleh 4K y mar have ..bl..n.* I
and lien Corner of Call Stuart phckie 138. future I sold II.....\ Ja fbe of fta* el rhe County
Oil 1 or are becoming over-crowded accIdents money collected from motorists ELECTION 7 TAX NOTtCK!: tint the Trnatoea of Jatira of Martlil. ht.stp. "' .'ldOj I 55 the

FOR fornla and Dixie highway, I \\Aug.Z6tf are Increasing and 1 U you be tor safer the Flral' laptiat Church ef Stuart, FloyMa 055,5 "_ .1 510001, \I1.'d.' wi'.'.
across from texaco SUtion.Sept. ,, have ever had know should used better win .. weK. In MuttOn CeiinlrV Ktoto will on _.. IS. lt<.. rocelvooV. etiht lllPJIIIIIIIIU IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIII DOT U'sTtoo one you highway ot ........ on T...... notrt,4.n.esIsl.O| ores .... al I .00 ... a. lot _.... of tke" fOol puhn. t\iii or Ohio notice I
I IK WAIT until late. how ,costly they are. With tundsto toe not Monday In Nevemhra/A. !I. ..... I..... of 554 ....,... A .5ev ., .... aarii elalni or demand tnuat, at HI writlnt t
AND tWO LOTS FOR --- Sfe us today for automobile work with the State Road LEGAL ADVCKTUCMENTlOtlCtOI tie bald' Teeaday bekiaT.. MioASeeend ...... nod aperlflcattima. for ..... usrAOOu and meat ..at. the bison of reaMenee.

Ct (TER OF TOWN NEW HOUSE 1 alerno, 4 roomsBl Insurance neAd Da* 'of Nevomoer 50 fIle 'sill, W. R. (Bobl 0555. .. and ........,... .d.l.p.b of the .......nt. I .
IN that
I you under Department and your County INTEWTION TORBBISTER For EHtht\ 455 reeieViellol. .."' .... R..t A.to ."'..... Stouet, ....... CoiMp.Plo. and *>uat be cwara t< h> the cWmant,
I (lURNEK NICELY FVKN and bath \porches, 12,600. the new Inanclal resiiusslbil. Commissioner can eliminate i 7 riCTirious.* tfieni7 For Governor of t'. Suite of FIori .. hie aaent. or kl> a/rorner or It will 1 '

ILl AND! ELECTRICALLY 1I0be Sound Liitnbtr and Notlee la aervkiL urfn Ihit ttuf Inderalrnrd For flerratary of Stejb. of the I.... ef All .bIds. .....1<1 .. op.oo.ooubod to 0 bcceoii Vole1 aerorHle* '.. MWFlijnN "
Law. DrSion '
: lly Theodore leSon dangerous! curves! grade crossIngs I under th.> of Coapterto .......... _tin.. obsok I., I" of .too bid ...-. K ,' it.J.ACT. ",

britfpED. |EERYTHINUlY ply SUP'I -. Dehon Blilg, Pho\ie II. and other danger points I .J Uw. ., .1..71... ef IMI. For Attemcy G.yoi ot tan State of rho ,....._ .II to. 1"1..t" Be.C' Clp.soS Al Ad..'lnl>*lralri. of tSp /:...> 01 '

IC ICAL NEW. LARGE A49. 26, Sept. that will, mrtetfr Jll, the ( M% ol the Circuit Florida ..-.. tl.. ri... 'nert ... .. OIl ... M, Dunn D".''."i-a' '
III"N. ;
today costing "
\ tt lire many < 'or Martin CMuity Florida, For C.o.strotloe4 tko "tale of FWMa 1ri4., 0 LITTNAN ,
I R(1)M, TWO BEDLA GALLON lr-fcTLANlT: AUTOMATIC .: TRUSSES elastic atocalnn lives and causing million of :;':: :;. r proof e( puty;***" "' for Trae.erorAil Ike State of Florida MOOP.C. Attorney for AdmlntntralHit.

OM ] ROE KITCHEN dollar in property damage. A I''b''_ thv flctitleeLEGAL .... I.....'.: Per aperlntpno. ol Public Inetrnetkuof Attorney fei. reno.ti: Ibarck ot 'polo pukllcetlon. "r Auintm' It Itlab. <., I Ii
: fVATLR llEATrR j knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart ""'K.AIt'R ."AT "" tko' njato of Floridn. Stuart. FlaFuk. Abe; II. ad, M...'. 1. t. l.1.. I'a'I
O AT IM. PLENTY PRICE *74l5. THIS WEEK Drug lorp. \tf wrecked farm truck or a wrecked a "h"1." .. will....... II... .... Pot Cempriooloaer: ef, Arrtcultem, .. Iki Srpt t and 0. 5045, i

I A $0. TERMS. HALL'S EtICTKjC SERVICE; AGENTS for Could Pumps \\l\! ------ __A -

I W DMAFF P. O. Arcadnj i, Phone 13 a I lie u. Immediate deliver PROPOSED, CONSTITUTIONAL* 'AMENDMtNT* TO Bt VOTED ON IN NOYtMftEH 1M8 :1 )t[ I .
pallor :
1 Sept. Stuart Hardware Co. Phone :

Ann e Idg. Phone IS -i- 108. tf NOTICE Of eLeCTION uordou.e wIth So's pSoMfld toe *0 0.E .... .......... 54' .... COastbsutbuo.no the the Bute, County, County eltenckm ea lucMmrnt nan. ot it.cr.cor .
IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIlAllllllllMllllllllllllliliillFOR trrmilCAS Trie Leclaleture of IMT of tnaea and tuck tax ahaU : >- ..d .... .._ .. bspOU. ...- Os "'cr"r.: :: School platrlcle, Special f all tajcea levlti ,L
Sfpt.9ft jnder the CenaUtuUon ot UM' of the piled, to any purport AI and ahall .he aubmltted to the elector ofbJ and MunlclpallMea., aoum School .
Rfl4TflIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIUIIillIIIlIllIllIII rUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillulilMIMIIIII State. of Florida, did paaa 11 Joint' Heao.UitfcMU ..,.' :5dtao ..1ft..... sod $0050554 '54 tho ..... 01 ri.ot.. to. ...""' .. ut Nol Tt5t. = : ahall. ot the Loota- ., Special, TaBchool 1
propoalnS arnendmenta' to theConrlltuttao cold :: I..... Benson ol loss end from time to Outride Munlcln.tlllca.SBUTlqnj .
SALE Moth SnllbMt.e NOTICES of Wul Stale ol Florlde, and let tn .."tie.to meIh4 50040005500504 ( ill IM yC-aaf E:, UvM tl S"-i time, thereafter eneet lewe to take effort If. r5r.nnn.d after January

4 Asphalt TUe.lni FOR RENT-Motorola Portable the "name. were ogreed to by n vote ofIhrroflllha .. ......... h c.. ....... .n. 1Ub/'" .. llort.0.. I of XVlt onUr after aonxral br the elector! ot I.jfat, the County Too Celeclor
liiiiiiiliiniTfHtjiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiljFVFRVBODY : ot all tho membera elected | """ ..11.... .... .-_. ....... Cofi.tltutl.Mi of ...! .Mat ol ttorld btMnemdra mid County at o referendum oalled: for -. "-. inty el Voluala, Btatd ol Ftor- ."
table maehin Radios. kobrly rain. At The T i.MAttT G A .to each houae! Ihet tho votce oa eald nd of Boctlon I ol Article' IX of the Donvtltutton to M to road 4M fotlowiiBCTION the! pu....... apedfylnf the .pewera, funo, Id.. ..1I..t .U ...-i levied In tuersfc I 1
11- Snack Shop. Beach. Joint Keaoluttona wcro entered upon their of Florida lao Letlalature may L Elthtw: brmmoh of tho L- Uofia, duttra and eompenaatlon ol Coun C staw. CsO'tty. 'Cutso
Jensen DATE WITJJV-'KPY" FOR rcrpecliye ou....... with the yeaa and aloe provide for the taauanoa of Special itlotur, rMll.-.r- -l... .. .. ty ..... Collector deilcnated. hi. Parmraphtuuty upht.i .::.t"Robot 010501000. : OpOPT ; .
j .pt. I, 16. Z3 AT ..y. thumsos= .04 Ohw" 444 a.sa..sU.a 504 Cnpllol Outlay ...... by County Boerde Ofty J1 op ...._'..... 05dO t 00 'ftUa 5.t'tloR It 054 0500 501000 ..orBlemctr'and""Manlclp. .IIUoa, I '
I, Fl) SALE Outside SUNDAY I MU. Y direct, Ihet the odd Jomt ReaotuUoni' beeubmllted of Sducetlen for ethoot oapllal, outlay ,ttMr004 Of-lsOd fa* MM* tnUpOM llh.T i.ttv 500050 too the eat......... ..... soMod.. The tollman. ehall at the Lean-
\ LaoiMrTHEATRE. Sept. to tho olortora. ef the state ol _no.. 50505005 $5051504 .* _........ ..VeMiaor'. rUlnal. Mil or any nv.rrHi-- popoplipa. 554. ....,.......en. 05 .11 1.050 ... Section of IMS, ant Irom time t*
iti an Flat White, tIM FOR REfT Twit *- napartietents. the 01.,_... In November, int. Sd. but SaId bond ahall be 11m".._ rnt MMior 015.5004 .5, tho Tax 100 thereafter enact boO epeclfvlnlthe I
gallon I 4-BllOft totB. Cf\- Newb%furnished NOW ?tI.oKst. A. GRAY arolaota' and am..unti appravtjd .by thafltata Oso.d.slf'00ouso. : :: *r ; ---m5 powera "*_n., dutlra and ..... '
Srmetiry ol state at Florlde, Board of EdiKHrtlon M pnaorlbc tioM o< th**> Comtlt-utiot., Ailr : peaaatlon of County Tea Collector ..e.,ltynated
and p i and deck enam- All elaf$ trio equipment. Phone PEN GAINES IS .. I Iwm ... mos a be law and fhaU b.eoma p.r ai>*a awia)* VcrviiOoii or OMmdiiMnt m* ..- to : CoUoeIooJ m P....repn 1 of thla Section ",
Irona I U $1.55 ale Stuart I. \ May IS tfroa o ;!t=. ELBCT10N s. p..aus.g, b, .law 05050. not 50 ono oubikMt twinlMr *W ou') SEN AT* JOntT and aSaR Ukewtie .._Id. for the collection -
per f GRADUATE WITH be held. ta oeea county In PtorMaen .55004 tosOty */...r. from 505 ..... sO but *0 .:.:.! ohertl miit ot = A JOINT HBSOUntON car*, oumody, reportlto and 400.1.ms..oM ,
Hub bund Lumber Cun.M RINT:Floor saiMln( me HIGHEST HONORS Tueadey Ross eifareodltul too lint luuanrvi Provided' that no l 0..0 toon.e orto. a 4 ttM ConrtiU Amendment to Article VIII Of the> Oen.ututlon of all tool" oolletted. by the t
thine// \Rcflrtlsi Monday In Novembrr. lA. O. ..... .... :Ittil Outlay banda ahaU ba = hf tu....... of the Slate .>f Florlde-tetettvo County Tax Collector: '
Apr.Ztf and 'edrer. ) MM Tuefday being thaSECOND \ ..ider ..Ui.r wttti wm wtwollndel tho pfopoMd rjvtwioo or omond.monl to o.uoo..ol01. property for I ..o4ti's -
NOVIMBMt .*j50r ... collection. ot ...-, by .fOd ..... ;; !
L DAY OF euch
Jour/ oon at reasonable rates.Pharje Gainesville! John Pendleton county InctudlnlU .tTeMd te br thrw 111. o( las _
for ratification rrHbttloa of the .. achoolrxceed dlctrlHihall bi.lobO.dpoo., ......_ lo additional cectlona to prowK. .Ite.
the 5,05155 HOJM it
Cl S IN ESS STEEL IS- or .5.054 to otck M lohtvUb nousc JOINT nr.soi.unoit Na
log, Stuart I I ardwar* : Otatnea son of Rev, _nd Mrs :3. raid Joint Recetutlone propoekil Amend twenty _t .. .... ontf-ro.- sos soc erO acteWO |tMi> tho Couety ol ........., Slate1 et 1'IorI... A JOINT RESOLUTION Propeilr an .
( K. AS $115. 110W'S c.. U ment. t> the ccaeUtutlon ol the Slew. .. 000054 I value of Ho .....b.. p.o00a1. ., ..... OIlS. thO rOM oMtet fkAjr-J OO t |IJOlatahed tho County Tan Auceeorehall amtbe Amendment to Article bill ol u>* COo
& P. Gaines, forrVierly; of Stuart, riorlda) vlaj ..... ssooty .soutoa'o 1. 550 5.4 Lo ono oMWea in oavd. _toET'a property levyrn. ol Slate the County Orofnly tor, School the a:,:. etltuuon ., the Mat ., Florida reutlv i I

LE [ i.c SERVICE f t; 1111 IRS hUE' Rr 'T-Byof I was". one :PC Th4topembera olbU -r-: 'O .::.:-.r:::: C':"" ::.or.: -wrwr two *ttmol,o om We-aji-japdpr*: pooaef munediMULounW boos* .lo>to.. hy tne Stale te omewjment of property. lor. taKOl 0.00rcY9505 -

lntia. 300. ... !... 540.04 { County BohoDl award 55004Otolsaiso.
111 .'( Phone Horse ION? RxsourrsoseA NO, The .ne. '01 054 IM OOrllOr ttaMI > la
rco5 % Phone U Thtt Stuart News OW.. tIlI1lIIlIilIIIUltlIlIIlbi..IIIlIIIIIlIIIlII graduating1 class totaling JOiST maOLUTION FrooorinU onment "oa eiMh epeetel bonda ahaU be payableBoooa. not talor VueO sOOdk.M,1kio) ow wookm. imn4tutlfBrmmUnf nrl Dl.U-ieu., Boodol Dradinra Tfi School Dlrtrteto 51400.ondol ; :; .,
'fovea In ooek
fund oetebnabed
countyaPerUoned 0,0
i a tbo the
Sept.* u Article IX of the tlUUtlon owno ..
1 054 I0O55S
174 members at the summer any other teams 41.railo.
= upon !.-. thMoupoo. oubTiltt.wt of tho County for SIlo purportof
addletlenal property
I thereto
br oddlnff an : : ,, _
: : .
"' / that OH oacleetana by theLerlelature tor arhoolrptaal to .. of tmto lU ItfreapPrOVftl ,,11-- hrrytod ...... County. School and Mu
Section .. _
Commencement Saturday night oreetdlnti ....... __ .. to... .. ..
hionwAYI outlar ond debt orrvlco aurpeeetendjnenere .T 00 ttoO .
X. SINO. i fuel MjcKtiflin aWKt OO.V nicipal. S levied by u. sutoi County,
I WANTED open laaollno or other motor the fromeulndtby .... ....... ....... 054 bIod ond 4,01 CsooSp T.1 Vol.0.01.e
retained' ehaU bouatd Provldeil by county 105500o055$ : County School Board School Dl.trlcU
in at the of Florida. _.0t5 collected and 01 ,
0. 50.4
I 4500550
ft V. S.\o.l University oolI
hwy. by :
i .
IIIII IHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlrtlllllllIT10N I tor mibllo, hhrhow. itreet and .'re Sesass 000'500 bsoosdiag MM. >vivi ii .yB.taioirt Mr b WbUtlod Bperlal Taw Bchonl ptrtrlcta and Munlo
.. -- "' ** "- for oapprovoii or r.> ctro It.InptKoail of the mat th*
I ftl Solth f Stuart tho die.trlnutlon IpelHlea
deep. Gaines
Voung was feporter on ond preanrlMnd .
a '
port Ijrnd.
I norporaa '
PO WANTED as stnrlccitkin : and nee .of oortala penione ottho theL.el.lature eubject totho olffoiioa under tbo mdltiofi.i doAmendment r8"o. ... ...:1' TtI.u : Ceontf Tax Collector $ th*
t sfiUobe Souid. fine bust- The Stuart Newt before entering .... amnatlone of the ConMltutlon relating; _bed I. 004 O. sos 'sOSO.0' psosIdodby .. I: .
II IS ..td t. ... ... ......nctm... to MVIII -
attendant) ytai\ exlerlenn nikom! ; ..... aeheol .t. I'n. "BV'i'T'RESpl.VTSD .
il A-lMi iwu: izoseta.Tuas te loP purpoeei. 50.5105 5 of AstIolo XV" of thiSCsoIIIOIIOO. ... .... BY TiSS tFOMLA.TURB
i *Special SEll per 50 .T Rl'MI.VIJD aT Buobj hoOds ....n not ba v.04.50 51 .. of the ..... .... Conattt. .... ., .
", November to May.Jiest I college. 01' 11400?AtE, 01' FLORIDA."hat a oooodt S04s. OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA!
) nmoument andeollecllon'
I, isk for booklet. Brokers Amendment to Ar. orb ef the..... ef Florida or enforceable 50,0 051551 Spos u.s .mendt adopt. riorioo relatlvo to the Th oOShO followlnt amendment te Ar
of local references. David Florida Mill fellewlnt .loot At. credit toxuul ot 0.555 sosod.soo ... ooooo ef oil tonei In the County olBrowonC .
Ai editor Of the tlcra IX ol the State ConetlUHIon .by adding or power 5555 oddlnthereto tide VIII 'et the Con.ut.IUon of the (tat*
k. Plummer Saiiraluik, thereto an additional _lion provldlns ."*. 55 pen 04 0554 '='-' BlaM of norhlo.to by bo of ........., relettv .. the aanoment and
addlUonal mctlona num.bereovby
J. S. 1ILAII gator the university official \ THotrsr eoHectton' ol ell ..... In the County otPlncllaa
> thru Ihet ell uclea ta_ upon |ao- tho Secretary. of taato. bo and

.0 i 111, Olymp Bldg 4,,, ScpU .0.MICIa'1 newspaper for a year and a Oil no or and ether retained motor oh.ll furl producte be nerd collected for JOINT' nr.loj.tmoit NO norms iosrr' ..OLUTlOlt I 500. 40 the: erne at to koreby the .= '; the end auto ehoU beaiibaSllled ol ,additional Stato of aectton.riorlde,to hw be hnownoe addlnSthereto I. I

May lit half publishing 67 edition I I public hlthwey, atroet and airport pur- A JOINT BaBOUITtON nupuehei aaAmendment A JOut1' / .. Florida for ratification. or relectlon ot Bectloa II and Section It, be, and '
FLORIDA LAKES and preeerlbliMT. the dlatrlbuuoanndtiae : Iho OonlUtutlea br odd.liui .55510J7-Ic':...... the General Election to bo held on the the acme .la hereby a Oalnei received Journalistic of certain. portion of raid. ...... thereto : edtdtlonaf: .Aerttea eraeb, tutlon of Florida, nlatlnf. to tho Judicial not Tueedey after the filet Monday la be eubmltted to Ule electors, of tne Statoof
I -IRONRITE\ 1UONTR.IONSTRATEI NUMBER 30,000 le hereby arreod to end .... be cubmHted soc two addlllonal SenatorM *. Department by eddlm thereto n Seetlea ,Jfovenber, leu. oa folUwolMCTtolf G..opPfpiholobsh.IdoOthS:: :: :: 0'
I ONCE. honors when hIs paper won tint to the ......... of me State foerctlflrfinon Bit IT RBSOLVeD BY Trll :g.r-- relatlne- the retirement ot Judaea J _rrom and otter January et the ,..
i or reiecUoa. ot the neirt Oeneral TITRI or TUB STATE Or .. "' 'up,.... ..... C....... cou.... I. 1UO the County Ten Aaaeefor in the Spot Tueadar fun the 11 Monday taNorrrflbrr
It : $211. SPECIAL PRICE According to latest figures class rating In the nation and Election: to, be bid ta IMS, atirreeHer That ISo tollowtnl' Amondmeta .. An .11: rr IWIDLV.O BY rH. J. } County: .. Broward. State ef .....14., IMS, .,. foltnu.3SECTION ..' after Janaery
I From -
ttcle VII ol the State Conatltufven.. byoertlnff : U.
: ISJOIOFTHEOTATS O. tLoRlo ahall. all properly Iso all Stale, ..
compiled by the Aerographlc "excellent" In the .... thereto Bectlon S oroatlnaV two : aeraee 1. IKK). ,h. Cot.. y TJX AuetaofIn
was Judged '!XTIO"Y. All .ota 505.0 : TOol .... toiIoolag Aao.dR.000t Os so County, School. and Mimic** 055.0 00 ,....
.Hero of Plncllv Valt ol
ELECTRIC SIRVICCcade IrApoerd upon teeoilne of ether additional Senatorial Dletrtetc, ta tide V ot the ConeUtpuon ot Florida.. be hwled la the Coenty BoMo th* County
Division of the Florida Mapping collegiate contest r. ...... .a
all for
.ike producte of betrolcuaa. or apon allombuetlble by aimed to end aubmttted to sos eraroro by eddmf Becuoa to be knewfi acBeetloa Comity, County |b.ne 1.Sept. Survey which made public Its One of the highest honors eternal oombuctlblo. erurlnee for the al the General jnecUoa a. Una ,(- Dlatrlcte, and >ca t* be levied In the 'o inly by tho
veneration biareed
9FlON to and ahell bo auornfttedrbi tho Port 0'' Dralnate any
Aug !$, Florida has that t Florida student can receive A ?= Slate, County, Cointlv S h-tol Board,
findings Ot power to propel oehtdee ..04afrr..55. .. >llowFION" Bettore ot the Stato ol Florida, tor rat.intptlon other dlatrlou. and ....n..tw"'b -
11,312 lakes ranging from 'one : li among his honors and which era -irileeted and retainedahell ...-. t There te hereby oro54 or rejection at woo neat 0.. tlea .by ordlnanea' nqueet Wolflaxea School. DUtrlct. "pcnnl. Ta
AUTOMATICKTA1N. be ... .onutvw for Die loaea.aroulriuen. two .IdlUonal Senatorial Dlotrtrto ta booa oral Mctloa to be beat en lyVt; ea colUCT to be oa miniiil.ahall aad MunlcWK'ltirI. I I
acre pondlets to Lake Okeecho- that Is membership Into Florida .. tonetmeUom, reconetructlon.mt.tr hooves the ntutrnuBenatortaTlitrMei. .b IBHht end ..... Loor..t.... at the LedalatreooatMi The ,...,.tu.. hall at the Lerb 4

STEEL WATER VIEAT.i bee Urgent single body of freshwater Blue Key, the university's top ooeraUon end ,inewitonenoa otreada rertletfe I40IW Benelorhl. DUMetn. 150.'rtlsnP.R505h %>H MJooUeea of 1_ 0.55.0 Os 1540 004 laOs 1.._ I. 11.00th.oOtop. letlvo _Ion (a IMt and Iron. Unto th totime
I thereafter, enact law *
PRICE WU. NOWtMSSS.. rtreeto. brldeoe and rieMC of Cath' Court ead twraaaV 55 0,0 %loood4 Coon. 5500 10... 5,5.1W. th.
contained within fraternity. of Monroe OounW. Thefortieth ......., function' *, duties and oomprneeltoa -
wholly leadership way Bterdot of for alrporle. or rot (hopaymml ahall eoaalat .0 Inuteea F-s ooow.,1 ....... -
ELECTRIC SERVICE ., and Inlcrert (_. BenaloTlal Dlatrlol. SolO = of CoMty Tc' Atvpuwr. dorlnuited ,
Sunshine Of tndebtedneea < ol Count; *ex Ainunoted .
State The Last Fall Gaines was one ,
one ol Ihli Section IS. and
tn (
any Ooun.tlea. Peratraph
.. of Wuhln.CoI
acqulaleonHructloB. -
".. Incurred toe the flret pareoroph of m-
eon '- en the
reade rhn 1} State has 3,000 miles of saltwater 16 student selected to be a roronetruotlen. = Mothln* herein ....U dlalurb
coastline member of the 1948 Hall of Fame. =-atlon and maintenance of I3SI, ealatlns. Benatorlol Dto .. -.. .- .." .... ..- tatenelon oa the aeieermenl roll of levied* \
etreela. brldlee and rlirWe of way there. too,, A aperiel.. oMHon ehall oo ealMIn .by the Chut JaWlco. II H be a SupremoCourt roll of tho County Tan Aaeneer ot all County T.: Aaoneor of all tenet i
which bestows that honor on toe ut Out 54505004, Of OIl IIoIo. the sold ...:"r.-:"' .I5O* = Juetlcc be the Senior Circuit taaea levied by the ...., C<>...... County.by the State, County, County School
|(|IN supply you with theet of chew students the 'es...oollocted and rotalned upon faeolli' DletrtoBenalorlal. 004 ,. solO roetI.th I..... of his ClrJultVll H .. a Judeo ot School ........ School D''._'", Special Board.i School DLtrtcta.: ; Special Tea
originatedmore the top 18 on ,..... rtool TJIrlrichT Munlrlpalltleli
The ss.osty4l.s5o5IoolIo0ISi00O
Self.prlmlnt I game / or 00... like producta ol petroleum OK OlatrlMT5 the Ctreult Cudra Teay ahall _...11. Tax School DI.I_ Port Dlatrlfla.. Orameae > 1_
Irricatloahpt than SXW) In Hin toes ......... fuel not iso than tourrente < ( SECTION k From and Tax after ,r
years ago elect Senelor from oaeh ot aald tHetrlott vary I, 'lea* tke County :
fan need. Ralph Ulmer us.A .. euek productolhall U and ond muntctpalltlea, whore laxolMay .
member of Sigma Alpha Ep- tan per lallon 05 they (mtaneoV Upon oaeKn m th* County ot .....10.. State of Florida ,
euotof from
Tho Benetor
be ueed by tho State Hoed Department men! by Ian Uovemer to Vr other Circuit bo amreerd by the Ceantr Ta< 'Oobled Mnle .
for Company. A (.Utf sllon social fraternity, Oalnes for elate road pwpoeee In the man 'TWrtr-"l"l .1.00.1 lS.aIod.4 505050$ ourbTrenred Circuit 0505 ehallkavo Aoome i purauant to tho tint perasrepaSIKTION ahall collect all .
--'-- ---- .... .I/Iee t-S his .0.sbboo tor by County I 1 "
: : nor provided bjr leer. One cent et more 5054 tht ROes yurUdtrUoa d poworaoe sO this .050000. :.::. 'OphooIflMoOZ': : .
dautan.1Th was prominent In other campus ether n torm ondIM on te nre. TVeaoay eBer and after January
oaeeUne or rrom
te. per (anon upon Other Circuit :
: i : IJf1 activities, and was a member ot like product of petroleum, oMopt aviation the riret Mender In JanuoVT > rortlnhXMhl >>! end tired. Juiflro or Juare :i..a"Is'.W.d: I, ..... the county Too Collector In thCounty : n.hs..I Tho ntoIpI.ts .0011.05 tO S5lpOp.lIlrs lao .751510, !
fuel ahaU hereafter be Ifnpeeed .or the Bcnatoe elected tnee SoIl the held. .,ft.. to orfomi duuee without ale otnaenbCol ef Broward, tUalo. ef riorlda, O.utI.o 0.551.lttoP7 d lOOP. 0,10 Ito,. Olson 0.* '
the Cavaliers social organization ralemedend Senatorial DUtrlet HI the County
the I<*"ll.lure and the proeceda to duty may ba by apodal or ahall collect all te eo levied tho
- L1EM.N AJ1LT IIti the Young Democrats theInternational _... ......... "' _n.... from flret nle. _election. .. of.lor..We torm fliwt ending Monderin oa taM revocable order. Any JuetiriVorudao State. County. County School O00ts..0:0t; :laws''' .n.nxtclf....'.'..._ I Ipo.

ACIIOII _.. I..tea sod la tho eamo mannrr ea Wo the 050.005'.. / wha may havo loeumed befnee = School DMrlcto.. Special Tu I'.. .1 Cusot, Too ('......._ ...I.n.,
Relations Club I .....l ultl. SSL Vile Port DtetrMa. DralnaloIllrlilcOJ.
... .. Second Oo. Tex ta amendment beoomea mJwooma PMrtcto .. P..b I of thIs. a.etlon '4. 004 ''I I "
aal4 Dlatrtcto
Speedily .
elected front
Club and became the ervoral emmtlee ond need I by thoBlato 000PO within Ita lerma by Illlnc a oertlfl-4 and any other toMnf dletrlcU.Vd ........ 10. Ills ..noct_.
Press a member .hou I. .uo1d. 1''
'aCI. of Pout roent.novUodl ,
f anna ... Mineral sprta Board BlAdmllr]. ,._ the ulosu hold niHoa tor 0 term veto of h" wtlllntneea to do mnnMpallUo, e/hooa taaoa may boeo ,
the Leileleture le nulhet.foKl eo with ..... "" '1"" .. ......\In. .nd dl......."' ..,
ST. XiliUI. : of Sigma Delta Chi, JournalIsm ..... Deportment ond tkt njveral _rd.la .ay low that to alter or aboil oald IMo.' the Clerk at the Supremo Conn.OUS -od b, the tho tint County parairalm Tea AeeemofrMmannt of Bee at..It ..... ..n.ct.. h, Ibo 54557 ...oo ,
tlommlatlonon M
Moderates (raternlty. SctotTw oa I provided .. .suOoU.. SI' so: C_.
ArUch IX of u. CooIl'0.4. ; e>rerhln' Section hereof.WVfMature [I
h. .
: c. to tho I. eseputs.lOovsl .-'. of the Lealeleon I
Zt'soysuoag Although completing 36 monthsof but with no limitation 05 / ahaU -
4 dotio0' 05 sos IO% us.. inner RKSCVLirnOW MO im 50S ., 1.... ond from time to BKNATB JOINT RF .otnnoN no isA L "
U. Kodantea. SAYSIROSE MEet school work In 23 Oalnes 6.54. .:1\ So = Sr lad A JOINT JliaoLUTION Pix>po..U.f onAji.Mtdfl.ont 110* ..rafter enact law apeclfrlnd thopo. JOINT RESOLUTION Propoalnt an "

) Heverara maintained a 3.C average out of pi.n.tat. ..... __I ... ..... -de 5000? 5s.00.UNOSYcO..: 5OA tko to o\rtcl VHS oC 'tho Contrtt.tutioa ; ._ "_I, 'ul... .... __ Amendment te Article. V ofthe ContMtutkm ,1, \
-WL.1i-jIIdft: 4" JU.... .... 5.0cr. o* nMatto o< riortdo roitiUvo lion. ol CoBaty Tan Co....... decltnelodn ol PI...... by arldmt therete ea .
a possible 4 In his scholastic := Count-,-Smmlaohmore thoreol 8oAl .:: =. ,:so-=odo'. -moraat Ol PfOfpt-rtT. *.. taUCOl Ottd ttOtavoltojtkio ISo tint naratrepk* of Ihle Section. and additional SoeUon rrl.tlnn' le the election ir.rI71T55 ,
:r. "" : MADE taaoa enw bo (nuieed upon evjauon = :; :: .. I'tort4a' W Uxosa by oddtiag tbOTtto od- ah.ll llkewuo jrovlde fot the collection, for the tmn of thoJudte "
ILaooim.rn.m ALaspolal record : l : .. .., ... lttoji.a '" .- thot tn thoTwmty dlebureo.mcnl ot tho tot t
fuel be need eaeluaively I.,.. .. .1. : :.r-- care, euctody. Kowporuiul I
.l1nt :: )'tn... ? P A S A I U 1' E $ tMrte ond _! thereto In tho tnannorprovkM :; ...? Lotrta1af_ u= Iho Soot ..... 54 Lnorido. ef ell, laaeavolleclot; ; by the County Bmrnbla County, Florlcla., :
Tax Aawoaiiior .t
=.. It: wIth br leeNothlnt tothla eetlo'* ........_ttan, CouBilf OOIOM so9.sp.p Tea c..u_ \ JUs.g:: ) BY THY LFOIB I'H
.is.eoJ.i AVE SALE SEEP 295 GET MONETARY ArtlcloIX ty ol 0oCoosty toe tho putpo STAT OF FIORIDAII
.haU repeal or modify JUctlon Id, "'
<< from tfc.obaU : 1 :f iJ" W J-rVTif-C. oHaoto. Countr. tcM-oal ..... The Artlrki V of fits Conrtltutteaof !
:: II. CO 0huuo HELP IN COUNTY ., *". Ca tltutl, =n This e tWiOd > BUtO '
tJoO I
::r' -- : "': uSnari taae> oKeot JoaIII 5, IS4*. "': bj ,. the state o5ot:"=ba amended byaddlnt
'..t, a-. 1.IJ".st ; 5r= so..s ma $ NAT JOINT !51).010Se No. 05050 .... errtton t* b*

:: II. _ndl...._ Solution tf .Yestsrdsy' Paulo While social services of a non- ; NO IMT" .:.... .. .........'". .4 T-las cSos,1.' 050.4500.04 004 5504 .... A.o.= :-.t:: N..71",,: .1001.0..... to.0 Ohs 1IecII.01050500' '41 of of o-td'501 AdIslo iUdo._uta II '

:::::,. oC M. upertatlT DOWN monetary nature continued to IlOUSt JOINT ttlSOLOTION. FropoalnS toAnUdsJtta.lI ... th... 055501,"".0 poma .5005 siotot *5on _t_ ., .... B..... .. ..___.... ma :.5 S.o4 Intto""end for EaoambuWectlon 1 I ICosoop.
.z. 'of PIseIdOI 054 'S 550500.oe0110bs5r
... Aeu.. IPanl be provided citizen of Martin on"-' \h. of....Article. .f'n.XT....ot. th.That :::''''::. '::' ..... ':. ;: rmanou, ut TOT LeosootA- .... ...,....... .. _... ... n. .._ ... ...... .. = :

_ S. WIckMluu County during August financial B. rr .....OLVIID BY T". a.sollLAoo'l'JR. ...... .. .. .... ... -- loss or ems. araru or noOtUDAiTh.tt 544000005, Oo.0s.a tie 0o.5 00 "' _OlIO of o ,

/ 7 J 9 7 I. Aammlaterlnt assistance to those In need who O.tho Tea follown ITAn menmen or CLOR0DAI. to I: .." := 0:0: =. .J::": :: IsIS, vm tho.,totlowtaTiM tho CJonoIJ"et Amoea-dioMint t .o to auto*0. the tho County County Tan ol Vehicle.Aenwaor Stato rhaalearae W Florida.the .p.tlfn.050. to op be sol.eoto.held ontp .. the 0. tho 11.00 Goo.4 1,50

4. Black sake /net eligibility requirements was Article XII ot the c-outuU "' of rO05tda 05000005 50 5..s .iSo5M SoS property of me CouMr toe the'tiurf era ... sos? 55. 15505 hloado, lit 500..onor.1500'sro' .
.Barlaa Iffce of edueoUon I.I = = BonotfAkfO of all _.. ta tho County olftaviikt ot Icvylns State. County. BehdV end .
riorlda. rdatlnl to ht ::
/ LAsOuot' provided nearly J95veltlzcn! ot, II 1..1.hereby. el adreed to and ahall be. ....... boOs, Maito otf Taortcao, by oddlmrtlw Municipal toaec levied by the dltalo, ; : ". iuso of ISis Coot
the county through the State milled to the electon. of the Steto olrWrlda .. to jMtt.on..l mnii. to bo kmtjw- County, County Bchool. Boerd, .. 0.504 50 lod 0,0 Ooeo.sb00 C_
f. Was swar* to, ratlfloauea, .. "eleetlon, .t If" ts.ISobs, ooo50. 5. 0.0050.> t.H. te on4 lno batrlcta. Special twa BoSool t ahall kcreeftot be by ta*

/ tun up Welfare Board according to H the General BlocUoa ... aeU ta IMS. I1oo5Ods., sos'iis .4 .,;;;; ::" "":""r.. =' thot and ko Muntetpalluea CountyVali.,'eo-the County 540.53PT qualified other (tat eloetora* end ot,nf:County* or oa* .

I .Coartaoas B. Kraft member of the DIstrict' ROoLc,;';;ic If. ColI 550 1,050.455* ,.-ol -the Boss of Hep ooanlatltalyoh.ll of 1'...... or ,_ .. p.iu00boo. laet tho eald ten k for i term ..... Tno ,

10 Sobrel bags 10 Welfare Board., _. _14. ... "' ....._ .... bo dure ouallHed elocaorelej tMrreeporUvo aa the Oeneral Berttoa to bo held onUM BB IT REAOI.V1BD. "OOILW155L...\ ....- for eeuTetfloe ihall. bo
oounuec end dutriote. tor tlret Teeedny aftor Bio Bret Id en Hay TUHB OF THB STATS Or rUlltrDAt th* Ocnoral Election. la tavi
4 VecoJ com* A slight Increase In the total :' 'bosdu"'So 54.:'me,00na' .4 u0.oO50 so sO were oVoorn. The per ofrVUrnborc an November IM*. oa folkrwolBBCTION Thot' tho foUowInd'' to ArtMe {_u_ doctumc ahaU ... heat
poaHloe. pumbers of -aged, blind 00 ot tho r-ond Bourn ofytepretontetlTea .. a, rrom and after 4cevtar VIU at Bet ConaBtwaea: M ta* .. in yeara _II...
it IntflsS noSed persons =::u\- : ....... !**>, Bie raemii Tern riorlda rohnlvo to the 5050. .,
'.S :.::..: .... = ....U .be ton II OF V. := But Of term office under Mbmeadvaont
5.tblm and dependent children-receiving .. ha the Oountf at BolM lawla. otFlorida. 5'000 *14 nlteottea .0 ." ..... 1. 000Ooo.5. shotS brain. on th. FwctTw.egaranet .
IS. the
": SI U uo04oolt 0000(54ix Senlnoro? SWISS'S1 JttsV.at ahaB kejiei all for allBteto. 04 00.05 04 root bya44500
) assistance throughout the :' oi.oItss Is .01505 a .... prooeety 5505050.1100.0005.000550555os Vohuoa. : Ibl Fln. Itondar 5 In.J_
.5 ... ... ...- not oaord than atvea .. end County achoaa. and Muraealvaaeo "" "
14. ut.'d.nS31 State was, noted during the :=... = = 5505 ar torjaMSt M office whiekr
- month. The total In the three ... -. .. ..- fW o.0 0,4:: : ggJOINT Slew County,, Oeuntr Bohool board.aVcheol and tho aame to .koreby acreotto ana! _10 to mid Flrat Tuovday' efterat
.0 Disso BporlnT Tao 5.50.4000. ehall be aubmlttod, I the cUitora ot
In_ Oro's 5W 00 os oo.u'so0.s,0 -' nn January, Itoa,
categories was 103.803 M compared .h--- .... bp so ss.- sal ...- and .............-. the BMto ed Florid* tor rail motion oe toJiillioi ::::n .: / : Inlment: by th*
jq ors with 102,878 in July. State =-a"-= ...::= tos .5550 .. u.. ots 00 500 0.so a. .... IhHetaturo aaoB ot Bab Lola-. at tho Oen.ral azs5ise b* 00.0505 s'S'sslIoR Sr .... 5.uo'I.
/ ... .. .... .. -- 00500 o55 0.k0b0 sn.is put 0050 5 'ho.. tlbaMea Bk We and from tkno tothne neat on the flret Toecoay 00 SR'sb.Op p010454 b. Ihco c-.
aLA.surt figure show only 78,443 eases p. .. .... 54 5s,0 05000 Isle 50104 5500 Os liotoaleai, onoot Iowa to teao effect lasS, *a feHowcl .. .... "'rM
.... .- : .
= :
IIMakOda leldu.eoutI but each aid to dependent children ...- .. ......... - ofear erproool 500 ..o sO ::-1.0.t1-: one] after Jan. :: -tt. =
OS'o00.nd 00055 015050u "' or E Cso5. et a ret 5ond.o. 000004 : .* Ton Aeeramo Pa 1ft Ian1M, _
a 'case represents! approximately outu put..Oslo 04 .... =.:..11' : :: : the Coonty at Vouuaa. Btat ot Florida, .. ..... ..0 .. _. :
It Wild air.plnfle IS children it was ..'C'" : :::...:; .. ttonaNelutlo* ondtttt -:: : E't chaB eaeiea all property tor State, _... .. .''d ...... "' _
p U 14. Port of w needy .. .. ... ItIOOd l Bihaul and Munletpoi mom I '
I explained. The Statewide percentage --- ---....-- MBOLtmolf WO. tl* tI: _. _. pee.'sod. ta> koTeTledmtfce Coonty by the Bmta.Ountr. 'f:1 :t I.ru.I : ::...:
if- LO.uratIr.IO1 .0050 51 00e.4 A JOUCT maOLUnoK a opoalnaeejAmendment br tew oar the auu54 so .County Bchool Board. BeboelrJulrlrw
41.ntOOIt. increase for the month _p.awo/o-u.s_ .. ol Section I ot AriieWtVaof ioaeamMat ea. of the eou... Too A_ Special Tea Seaid tMoUleM As. 5PsohIso. of 05. 50Mbboo.0 441 I

F.obnIflO so's. over July was 141. _of to ............ ... .... IAcI the Oonetltutkm et 0.. BUM of rtortdo.eolaMM .or ef oiitaMB kMed by tho _w. 0... end affuntetpalluot.a. ...- 50555* II k54e supooO40.Os .
uldoibu BMkol Boerd KOjeol DaootUl I ekoU Bel toalamuv
Alarms ........ - to UM so.d.su.I. of anht Ca ty. Oiaiikf : at .
47. Uualoett In Martin County 10 blind per. IIIh...... tea SnSill Dtatricto ondl'iirW aoou.7kilf.lS. omt froaWba wu05wSore0OoaO.' t hoeo)
RouahUIL son received $360; 1S8 aged I :." .iF : :: ns rr Srvntvums 51 'sOS i.RflL .*. time thereener. onoct low anertfyln.* ** 5.00550 m* err hand ond affixedTtoJ
::, ;.. Tom of TUB STATS ori TI,0fbOU4o Ti I Proaa ami after 3... 545000. 40550 4 (p50 0_ of tho Slate et Dottta at 1&V
persons received $5,84454)) and '1 :: 04 L la*, BM County Ton- R To Umiiitr. drafanelodot the Capital thai the IM
1_ .... ... "":" i That tho followuM Aeaand :: = :: =- day at
122 children received $2.10 In .5540.35 .. .. I.otd soSal. -, eetkm 1 .. Arth9oXVH of too 5.5.0004m .. .. thbj Birllna Id. an4 A, D, UtaT B. A. GRAY05P50PSI0031.
{triable sbant> aid to dependent children. 0545005- .sN5Os so s. -, 40 0550 04 550005. --- Il .... .. tie 5.04 -5.- Ip 40's 5 5 :

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'i'I, NEW: PERMITS AVAILABLE VETS GET EQUIPMENT, began running plays and scrimmages LUJACK SHOWS 'EM 'HOWr SendsCongratulations ONLY INGENUITY 1 Obtale" cataiva
I .... Flagg NEEDED FOR SAFE; paper Well
Tallahassee Sept. I. UP)) -< Gt I The State Conservation Commission -- the East 5th St. baseball part 11. and 'out bullet
\ ; sold 11,968 wholesale. I Equipment complete: except this week. The team has nine problem of providing a ta ready for use
I. And retail fish dealers' and boat I for game uniforms has been Issued -: games scheduled and a. 10th .l.lo safe backstop for bulletIn 23callbre Inations should b III

s'' I.I"i I"' license licenses went during on sale 194748.last Thursday New- to 17 with about five More; probably will be added for Oct. To Sailfishers basement shooting has contents to lee lilt

t t! butcurrent permit? are I expected to receive it within aj 2 here either Defray Beach or I been a perplexing: one for those are not chewing their .,

good until Sept 30. week or two as the Stuart Vets I Okeechobee to open the season. Capt M. I, Flagg, ..eItknownStuart who do not want to 10 to the upends the back. However,,g-,,
I f ,! purchasing, lines and
I .resident now Visiting In ot making or a catskgt tII
I CUD ; e the North before his return next I metal bullet catcher of the bullets lot of. hav.wt&fi'! -''

AT V 1'', ; I month, last week sent Manager i somewhat elaborate! type.A in the front of uji..?
\ e John N. Mann of the champion' little ingenuity is all that nail 'On a new tovw
A d", ppaln "1' : j b Stuart Sailfishers this congratulatory I' Is needed to solve that problem, "Such a bullet '
, I: I A
to Henry P. Davis, be used
span '. II message: according: indoors or ,
i ,' \, ". "I see by the Chicago papers I public relations worker for an It II used In the opro 011I.
'''Wllhf..j'j",'. \ \ j.l, -I, j that your SailHshers are champs. arms manufacturer "Simplytake care should be taken,iT_
h '. grocery box, or it II
44 Tha good news so placed antllll .
faclimt ,' ( U tions to youand to empty shell ,case," says Davis, earth or some othw J.
( eiblll -\ i ', 1 St y I that on eonlratula-j 'fill it with old magasines or
;: _"/' rfli''I\,,1 < ', ,1'i f J guys Wish 1 could.play bar .!..- .. jntojKhlchltlssahto! ..'!..

I I game
"I may make the World Series ,
before I get back. But it won'tbe 'e
I any better ball than 8aJlft her
".j,. team work. No sir. There's an
", ;; ; : /eN (old/ Texas cowhand saying, There QfFiS
;. 1'lr1\\" \. 1,1 d; ss never was a boss that could not
3,1, i fi9 ''f be rode, there" never was a rider t,
\ I' who could not be throwed. Same
I II ? :r is true with bmcbalL You can't
f If'. I l win all the time My regards to R PADS ,I
I '
I \ ,
II the Arnold brothers Lowery
,' I' Snipes, Graham all of 'em. PL EN PADS 1
: I I' :; \" Light a fresh Hav-a-Tampa for
\ I yourself. Shake yourself by end WE NDLE 1i
U hand as manage *>l the.
; champs," OTTED, LMS i
k o tfa Johnny Lujnclt, Notre Dames All-American quarterback,shows young From Minneapolis Flagg wrote
41t cL, admirers how he. holds a football when getting ready to heave a pass. umpire Arthur Parks, 111 bethinking POTTED PLA i
'C' } 1 > Lujuck, guest speaker at a (football banquet at Portsmouth, Ohio, was of you when I stick my

.. e named/ the male athlete' of the year for 1947 in the annual AstodaleJ Sand feet into Creek the Wile cool waters But of tellar old CUT FLOWERS 1 1SLOCUM'Sj 1j
I II' r" ( Press pull He recently! was married in Davenport Iowa; it's awfully hot here right now j

i Nu hln' like it ever hit Stuart.

Ill take the juicy St...mcle.... ?
i 2 TIGER GRID Pennock Top ".
) Governor Caldwell. in a recent
before the Woman's Clubof
iiI. \ f ,:',:' Jacksonville, said in part) -We
"" ',j ji have done very little in conser. THE NEW ARTHUR DEHON BLDC j i
vation. Forestry Is the cornerstone

i 1 I A first 3 Seasons of\.prosperlty .
cut In candidates preparatory -
to formation of the 25- .
I ,
man first team that will start: r ,
Fourteen players have been at
r Martin County High School's,I .
with the Stuart SallfUhers baseball -
I f |football season with LaBelle here
Sept 24 will be made this week team during each of Its
Coach John C. Golden announced I three championship drives thru I
yesterday.The the South Florida Coast-Glades -

(' I Announcement c cj coach reported 30 at practice League and!! of these Jnflelder- l S NOMS JCOTTACfS v'AMRTM" TS6l
,I I"Ito II II Ii I i Speciqt on;) the East 5th St. baseball pitcher Hank Pennock has
field Tuesday"afternoon and 36
i proved to'be' the No. 1 hitter
; yesterday. He also announced records of the three seasons t? d-
definite plans for a. Tiger B-
: showed here this week.
1 To Customers Of
I i team composed of 23-30 boys '
During the three seasons Pen- ,
which will play teams in this nock played in 64 per cent of ',\GENERAL'. ELECTRI;
area on as equal a basis as pos
of the to markof
games compile a
The sible. Weight, age and grade 375. However Harris Lowery.Jr. .
Style considerations will be made for
t4r1 .
Shop the team's best extra-base
each B game in an effort to KITCHENS
jl avoid the all too frequent one- hitter played In 81.S per cent ot
the games to compile a .348 average
sidedness in these ,
games ,
\ explained. for a highly respectable
second place Two more three
: As a sp cial service to Our Customers the Style It also was stated that no year players. Warren Shipes, Jr,

I :r i f Shop ha/ installed an AIterationUept-) competent students are exempt in from the physical Stuart schools education and others Horace with Arnold\ marks are above the only 400. '. t ,i

t seamstress }has been procured and; the department medical classes.statements Those for presenting possible "Chick" Stiller hit a 485 rate the ,
i first two summers but was forced
is j no / functioning; not only are we in a position exemption will be .treated Indlvdually"because -. out 'by Injuries this Season ,
I a physical education Pennock Won the individual .CA'INnS
; I :; to tak care of Our Customers needs. we also featureas I program Jan be fitted to batting title tot 11148. Stiller last All steel welded. t ,
I ; any Individual's case'If the individual
I year and Charles Kindred this. {
.. a pecialty, such work as is able to come toschool" Manager Johnny Manna teams I

t have won 74.7 per cent bf their ,U'ond 3 1
; ,j s ames in the three seasons with upplehh
: ? ;i He /stitching Button Holes Covering Buttons 58 games being won by Stuart, :
WILDLIFE only 19 lost while S ended in V C suiWllh
ft Belts Buckles ..
: ties Both were with Pompano. a""JmriIS
r 'a
I I1 '1, The 14 three-year men and .I.og' 59'
their records are! StaahanwiI
I I, --- ,1
I Our New Location FtAYOt C AS H Pet a. 1
..__.. .
,1' I PraMrk. Dink it II* 11 .171loony. d
pushing their trunks up Hwrte .. M HI to ...HIFhlpn.
i ; : e. A'N 0 .
Warm .1117 7. .111
:Ii' THE DEHON BUILD! above and breathing the surface through ot the them water W Am.le.nl i'i*Nerve, PMI! .. ..1.71 ,7T e.7 95 ..,sm Its 1hr..5.h..,co!. 6 0 0 0 ;i
: : : :; i
walk the bottom HH.i' r. Kir _: ::si in1MUM .Lf oc/top/ unill,full -
elephants can on
W.dn tat
lat II 4
-- it
capacity even ,
of a river rr.k.,.KtaOT .. -.41 Ill1 .1/
'Phone 331 Stuart FloridaIt's Gnrfl.Wilh., .,..G..rn rro.iI, :::..:..1.Ul tf U II .,15s.1175,1id rI

it Most of the.early springsongof : Jew, ...... .r....'.,.:; ill a. ...INa. ttFn9Wb
birds Is by of announcingtheir Dill :: ti 11 .IliA r. 9
way J
I'p .,.. .
Bill 44 II Ie .U'M. ,
E'3t. eblslx
1 claim on certain nesting .....J...... N"'U' r 1 t ,151 "I. '' Feet,apaaitni,
\ areas. w
Only the male katydids crick, WITH FORT LAUDERDALE ," shell apM1
j ,
f ': eta and cicadas sing. The females I .t ; .
] \ are silent 'The Stuart Dodgers and Fort l''
M:..:''' '
Lauderdale Giants still are even
< I t I To Sleep On The panda is one of the rarestof for the season as a result of a
1 !i t l mammals, with the face of a split of their Labor Day week
I : I end pair of at Little Dixie
raccoon feet !like a cat and body games for tooklnlcleenlug
ntplele Oensrffl/.cell.< k\ctieA with feellltUs
similar to that of the bear Park. Playing between the rain. ,
< '
:I -- drops the Giants won Sunday lorlna fni prtitrvlnV foedi. This ll the errsepune ;
i'. A professor who has trained afternoon's tUt.5., but the Ihel uies only a chesefspecA Other eni.mkl.l alia evoikiblt.
I Ii ) f fleas says that a healthy flea Dodgers came back'to win I'-O
I III I can jump what would to us be Monday. The Dodgers now have < .N
the equivalent of half a mile a IS-lUseason mark.
i \\I; .The Dodgers agfeln>will play ,/ Complete WOlkiny Io c'' lll',|
two games here this week end. "
;to'I. Deerfleld eciel eustpm de gp.dd to Tit am space
Iij /U' The Eagles will beat y
Little Dixie: Park at 1:30: Sunday wide to 100. ...1eprat
3 acheg j
J' cold and the Albany (Oa. Sluggers I / T o
\, : ( / will return a third.time for'a range, tefrtator, stoic, steel cabiAeb..t
:d!I a at 3:30: Monday afternoon. '
.' t. game Os ear'tw
F UEF Stuart and Albany split the first' AICHiIICiS each General Electric.

1UI l-l))1.r I.ti R pair. I' a /era",a1a+ wall or two\. ,,,with *the ngiefrJej eadI

f M W with
; 7"" wM"w, ror shown or

i ; Not Hold oney ATTENDSpecial :aehaao a! w w w tl t a"+ model*. "Eachyour own Individual atom desigUeed xequirsiW*r

( + Y'r, ,bda.. ?yldr""yu I:: No Conger will la*of space keAP> Ttl

y e ) Fall w o from hayin the cofVa1Bp
Keep your funds wherar you know hey will 'a d endabilitya f

'' I,+ tt .I .\ be secure every hour oirthe day. in th banktNOTES I .- General .Meeting -, "'''-'M economy General and E ctric kitc6eo


i The CONVENIEN /way to save Is with. > odernADDOBANJC of your .

',!. O LY $2 with your persona key. ,
1 L .Some Safety Deposit Boies Available Now. '

'I'I I Chamber f Commerce 'GtJ 'thtt.GO 0 1

U 4 CITIZENS t. ANK OF STUA 8 P. ly/Momky,, Sept 13 1

Member) The System, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporal .. Civic Center MARTIN COUNTY' ELECTS

l M MJd 7 .Stuart Florida ,
r'i i, 1O. The Bank of ProonoiServIoo e Membership and Publitf,Inrited W. KELLER Mgr. j:a
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.TIIfO: 273 ; PHONE 7*
/ H. M. SAUNDERS, President

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FURNITURE' U.S..TAXES NET fiscal year 1947-1948 therefore "Other types" of internal revenue -j "The final total of all Internal, ,
FfSHINGIN only $139,242 was paid under !tIn collected In Florida during I revenue paid In Florida 'during
of that year. The totals of these the past fiscal year were
QUALITY+ ,* STYLE and ''CHA I three amounts were $74335092 US in miscellaneous the year 1947-1948 was $303.351.;I\
.' For THE FAMOUS. ii $$241,075,469 for 1948-1947 and $70.298.504 for revenue and $20034228 111.tI49"1 704, down 4.0 per cent from the1previous
Uvt f Root's Bed Room Dining Room' and Cliche 1947'48 but these two totals an ployment taxes ( period."
Our not comparable because of the riers taxes)), up :S,3 per' I '
Complete St. Lucie Region change{ In coverage of the law. 138 cent 'I'r.C'A WAIIRANTY
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOUR" FROM"FLORIDA ----.--- ------.-.-per-.------.Y.ela_ .!::2 rw, _'!..a.lpb a utsr. ? ii'i, ,
TH" rl/UdPO117MaN! It "Cu..n'AN' f'I' NA1U.AL R44ntlalre"

< denbury Furnitlure i ,. By 1RNCST LYONS Federal Income:;; -taxes paid \W I

Are A and N. 2nd St., Fort individual !Jn Florida during the
PierPUCKER! The mystery IO!(t the eels has fun on the fly rod-and bow de-
year ending June 30,.1948
*-' me guessing\ Last week they ''llclouj) In the frying; pan. renouncement-
totaled $241,075,4'9,
I., almost exactly -
'- were abundant along the river
shore In| town. Because they This Is the season of the year equal to the mo value of \
when the bass fishing should get all goods manufactured In the
looked like a strange new speciesto HAVE INSTALLED A NEW ,
'progressively )better: In St LucIe State the research and Industrial -
IS me, I wrote to the Marine Canal The canal has been closed division of the Florida
TE Laboratory of the University of off for.six or seven months'and State Chamber of Commerce Me'ta '
/ E X A O Miami and to Al Pflueger noted the spillway ditches are beginning stated yesterday In Its weekly Plating Plant ;
I taxidermist describing> the eels to run. While there have business renew
as best I could Now both are been a few periodical! spells of This fiscal year total was I
SERVfCE STATION I anxious to have samples-'and rood fishing one more heavy made up of $145.854173 reported I
GAS the eels haws disappeared. If rains/ all that Is needed to make and paid on Individual Incomesand ,e 1LVER PLATING i
you know where they are, you Ideal casting water at the mouthof I $W,121,298 withheld from 3'i,
V tr nuri, Oknun, rirMo.. ,r>fe> Sl.tl,it' I,might advise me. every plllway\ 'salaries and wages; The first NICKEL PLATINGCHROME -
We Wa.W, Lubricate'and Polish YOMI-"Car category was IT.3 per cent below : ".
Courteous, Efficient ServicW1 Fritz Anderson of Salerno. who There la tip question but yhat such payments during the prevlr.
i fishes the Jersey summers, the .fly rod Is Us our fiscal year and the latter e PLATING
Doming Into ..
OPEN 7\0\ <> A. M. TILL 10,00 P.: M. stopped In to ,say:: ret they own again In this area. Tackle category was 12,2 per cent above ..
((7 DAYS A WEEK) / I caught a strange new sort of eel dealers tell me that the requests the amount withheld the former e GUN BLOEING
%'OURti, PATRONAGE APmtCSMlV !In 25 to 30 fathoms of water on for flyrods are S to lover what Year.. N :i, \ '
r1. OLD DIXIE HIHWA I rr W TUCKER,'Cr the scallop I grounds this summer, they used to be, and oddly Corporations In Florida paid '. a '
He said that B Carrol Atkinson, enough attribute one of the ma- a total of f 67.857.339 In Federal DONE TO YOUR ORDER QUICKLY, SA SFACTORILY
20 3 Oakland Ave, Ventnor N. jor reason to'the easily handled Income taxes during the fiscal '
/ '- '-- I J, connccteu with the Philadelphia new nylon leader rhatertals Advocates year 1947-48, an amount 35,4 per AND ECONOMICAL ;lt I\;,
.. museum of natural history, of the fly rod among the cent greater than the total paid I '
,had written a paper on this oel younger generation are Earl In the 194'-U41 fiscal year. In READY TO HANDLE WORK FRI AY, EPT, 10 : li I
r'v and I'm writing Atkinson to see Dyer Rlcou Dale Hlpson,and addition to Income taxes, cor- : 4'
IIVelmt if there's any connection. Henry Beckman- *11 jf whom raratlons paid 12,299.873 In regular -
.. would rather catch a bass on the excess, profits taxes In the
(1 i PpW R i Three rod and reel anglers or i fly rod than 10 on the casting past> fiscal year. t per cent above k
Stuart who have earned citations rod. TheY've got something there the 1948-1947 total. A further HAYES MO OR
In the second annual Upper You can' beat the thrill o( Federal tax paid by corporationswas .
Keys Chamber of Commerce landing i or 5-pounder"on a.8foot the capital stock During < \
LAW 1 MOWER Summer Fishing tournament, stick weighing 4 or Sounces. the year 1948-1947 payments by OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY "
I have been Invited to be guestson I Florida corporations under this I Iy
Saturday' Sept. 25, at the tax amounted to $24,201941 This II
I fat! Smooth! Light! I' events Victory Jamboree to beheld CHURCHES OP CHRIST, SCIENTIST lays was repealed early In the I
I .
_._.._ "
at the American Legion ubi.et'.e ----
J i wuaa ANC' I hi tk. l: the
clubhouse In Islamorada, They ......onVmon oklrb/ oil) 1M. ,sod .hiChlrrhx '
I "
\ < Ckriit Sclent tkrouk i ,
are George Lavene, year-old '
pot Ih. .Snri. IITki tt
I Van Smith and 17-year old Jerry Golfton ttmt( ipl "W*.n>::.'t.: ,
Ann Smith hop*; Wt Nap that 1..0 4 i
fm wku a mm* .-\0\ *hr doth. k* ret ,
Twin Cylinder Got Engine I The tourney, an event which _hope net fart. than But da It a._,with how..tor tibl that... wait w. 1
I !has attracted the Jargest part, for It" a-A. 5,54: U'', .
,e Adjustable Cutting Height cipatlon !In history of t Florida ABIOMI. .h. dt.t// .. .hlh _.rI.. I
\ I,summertime fishing competition .Ih.... Iw..at-nw." to the....t.lhsen.... ho ,
VlkteiitM/ : 1 bad I. e 01 rl.bt-
1 Vheeb positioned to prevent I ... ...... !
t ended at midnight Monday and < In th..Id.t i 01 Ue .1rda..a. '
... ..... ..
\, ) : Th.l I > tko. tII.0 THANKS
scalping ,after the checking of entries and .... i '
compilation I of results, the Victory fill'V! tkolr m. to..-l t.b.rlt....." .P..b...'.....' nod I....0,555 11Tk /. -r : );
EASY TO OPERATE i wamboree will Include free .........110.- .10. 10.1.... thefnll..ln. .
l "I' 1i
i fish fry to participants and party 5,5."," t.atb '.k 'vlana s.d H..Itb "
ik ilb :., t. :...: a bysere let ;!
;qJ Ik. ) lJ 4 to 7 ; prize-citation >Iptunr '
ONLY i n.Pf'k tt lur Odd? "Tb..ubo..w Lit. t.-t
e ntI 9 p.m. and :.iI nnm Truth, >itd re.q ;.h rk ranj.. for the many sincere best wishes xt ndect to us during this "j
.. ...
1M. Itlltted> III. *
Jamboree dance t pm.'tl. Men; ". : I r "nil'" .
$12.0.S ''r:::: 0: ,women and children anglers from 55,55 tant/.np. :d when.r th.a..b.rdln.t.arpor..l ean.: t.f.IM the I ;Hi ,
y ,81 cjtlei of 20 different states fiiu pt Cabo.., wb>ll 1M tkl. iru.I ". I J" 1
a a !and Canada have earned trophies t/kanana I/ sad t.rteetbp re.h r.

Free DebtonstrationCOL \ event, prizes which and started citations May 15 In The the U1 :4IGUARD STRENGTH _I'P i wentieth Anniversary Week !L '.

tournament covered rod and reel ;
I catches made !In- the famed "50 Floridas National 'Guard ', r tMRS. !
|mile fishln hole'or waters from strength Is 24.7 per cent greater .
AN'SONE I Jewflsn! Creek-Key Largo south today than before Pearl HarborIn \
I to Lower Matecumbe Special 1941 when It Included 3987 WILLIAM CIIISHOIM 1.
prizes also\ have beets'" posted for then: Today It has.4947 ra nand % j\ 'IJ"r>' ':'G" : ..g.'nEm.cHlsHOLM.' ;: ? ; dP( "t nI I;
'the Jamboree th national total Is 311827 ) '. '
Victory on fish "
." :: .1' "
FIR S ;caught Sept. 25 and weighed In I These totals are,as of. June 30. !
---- -
by S pm. at Lslamotada. I
Lavene earned his. citation ,
HONE with a 17-pound barracuda I 11- ) J I Ia .
4f ,
," I
caught on 12-thread off Alligator : -I I' '
Reef Van Smith entered
T a. six-pound. IJ-ounce bonefish I' !
ST lAG .
r "
caught off Whale Harbor Flat = : : "
and Jerry Ann Smith a six S[ :, ;' : '
I I I'
same pound waters boneflsh as they caught fished In froma the 2 ':i
skiff with widely-known Cdpt "' : ,
Reggie Roberts. \ ; j q

... I
SEE Robert I* Sllfka of 35 Button W. ". '
Place, Lawrence Long Island< ;,
won, a Flying Fisherman Club citation SpeclallaIn'
f r+lt I for a 31 pound $ <>unce \ .' FRIDAY SEPT' 10 i
barracuda, measuring S feet IVi t' .
+ OW inches while fishing; the Gull Rentals I' : f
stream off Stuart* Florida His
guide was.Capt. G, C Whltlcar DAY .
its boat the Oulf Stream." For or lion I :'I < t

-V {
f 4 HOJPOINTDISPOSALL During my late- vacation the I I II '
; Inest fishing I enjoyed was for see AH.Seafeod Dinner WitK Hush Puppies and the Trimmings
big blue bream on the North OROsneel J. ,
JolE.TA! ,
Fork Using small bass bugs on r
the fly rod I found one spot ltdCherd Idg. Pit 1941 t ,!
couple of miles from STUART .
.. "
Burt Prultts camp where the Marti. C sly CI.I I IMnw Derr ,r I ,,' 'I I ;.
; ,
L ( Get \ OfFoodiBcraps bream all measured from t to cants. ., I' ,( J trSATURDA '
': ; ,
10 Inches That size they're real + t .
SEPTd 11 '
I I ,
When 'in Fort I
t fierce'

+ f 1 crbg. .a ferwetf EAT 4T.AVON'S Marti County ospital Day II.F ..

,, N.fs..te. ,
|{ FfM, faIKE
IJS, .. .,,*.: t
t. Sun ayept. 12, 11 .. m. to 9 p. m fSOUR. i 10% of Receipts Go to Our cal Hospital :

a ;6..m tlotpoiot MAGIC Electric 1 he pose new]!' Turkey and ;Dressing vegs., : ::1 i \ '

-. reds rood scrtpi tiio pulp salacrV tea or coffee ... .. .. .... Jt for 99c I I

f { R>d wuhis them dlwn the Mon 'pt. 13 4P- so- to 8 P'v_ < + f! '
5I'$ i.w d tin.G rbgepiioblfnsire| salad r ,
Porlm 2 fresh rolls
Vpps ,
weans vegs a /

'a. ......M s a vedinst.ntlytbi.rless way, 4|ilea butteror coffee --- --------2 for 89c -, SUNDAy .SEPT. 12 I'i !rl;: I

e IN. Mr More,this smsiinf> i n' is t sJsT, tp 14.Tp. rTto 8 rS. rBarbecu 5.i: -t,
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t. irt. r o..e/ d.aaiag.! Itrs act fly Spare Ribs/2 vegs., salad,

b""S ac |. the drain-sans 1oa butter, rosjX tea or c/tfee*. 21 for 89c FAMILY DAY
t and rork-cons as I
s. t..tte the lOc snealb to op..z w; ;;.' ;'S Ili, 4 p. W; : I s

: e Ask or a dsmoosuatio Fried, ChicVA. 2/resh vegs.; salad, I ; '. '
butter, rolls, VA | S-t/-- AT CHISHOLM'S. \ :
- F Thursday, 'Sept 1 B, fmo, 9 p, m I + ,
NowA! uiiifytowiiCoiUHut I '
UMI lli Veal Cutlets 2 flsh salad butter I ,
vegs. ,
;ly .! -. _' _
... ".I..MflM.h.. rolls, tea_or c/tV ... ... ..2 for 89c - 1.

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I s...w II y..Pssl butter, tea /- coffeeV... ... 2 for ,89c :1' ;

le.a Saturdsjr, Seof 18,4> pj m. to Ap m. 1t

e Uw"DOTXiii """ Italian Spaghetti, -all yocs an,eat,,salad, I
ec"';' KnxHall's I II
,:r .,TIsloiAii, i L* rolls, 'butter, tea or coffek .2 for' 89c

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I)}. ,\,;.":I'I",,'"" "'f,'. .,!Y f.',> 'SOCIAL NEWS, and Happenings othe' WEEK IN STUART X Nome MRS Telephoa..114 JOSEPH Hfta befine Ar boon McCOY: eq reach tVednesdq,Offic.Socieft:tat 511\ '

J,,(" : "*" -111
., "I' ; FAYE JUNE REDDISH I Krueger\ James :: .School I CALENDAR OF EVENTS t IN, MARTIN COUNTY >)aul and Terrell Kirk,; guests C B. Arbotast,,reaf moved estate to their and Mrs" Dorothya .. 1
fACt j' HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY !Jean Wright, -to. ot Joe Small, returned to their Insurance agency i I guest 01 her ',
Ouceol Ave Mrs 'mMSmyrna
132 D.
\ I I THUS? Sept. 9 bides Treat dub, CMC Center, 1:00'p.: m, V- Sal new location at I p De8er1'J. II
bocker home in ,
Claudene Portsmouth i b
CUD .1.1A Mill Faye June Reddish fel 1 Unity diopter' OES meeting, Woodman Halt 8pm, last Thursday Beach
Kraft. Jr, Ted Party urdayi
TV :, t' }', ;1.f bralcd her 16th. birthday anhU ;Qoode George I FRI, Sept, lilt Kiwanls, Women's Club 12.15 P. m, .. -e- a.- h' 1

,,' )" 1 ; ternary Sept 1 with. a barndance/Charte Beetles. I SAt., Sept. 11: Ace High dub. Mr*. Eva S Crary's,, I p. m_. Miss Bally Stevens" iii.. wom-
Ad- I ,,+. smt' wiener roast at the home of Monday .n's athletic director at Martin Btolcm
,', I ; ,i Adaire Mahan : i MOM, Sept 131 CbomWof Commerce,Civic:Orates 8 p.m< ton, *..., patches
span I fiN grandmother:, Mrs. } C, Reddish High School, returned
r ': I \, ) Jet Civic Center, Chamber County
: V- lnia Savage troOp orgnnixRlo meeting 1pm ;
Palm I r at Tropical Farm. Quests'i i Tuesday from Tampa where she
Wlt a 1 "",: :,,;{\ ., ', ware Sonny Reiner, Vaughn land;} I Haywood' I' the tabor Day I of ercaCivic' Center 8 p. m.' i\. was head of the recreation at InternatHttial Sterling ,,.#.
I f aclttisibly ", I + .. i Wright Joe Smith Freddie Mae ::Junior Maneil; .; was the back-to-I WED, Sept 15: Rotary CM Chisholm's, 12:15 p m; Salerno Civic: the Christian Endeavor: Conference Keepsake and Wb td s
: "\ ;\ : I'1 : l'''Dr.awford, Norma Orlner, Velma I Hugh Stuart and beach party given by. Mitt'1 Association, Sukrno\ Civte Center', 8 p an.I test week end e
. ,t -. -'\ .1 li{''I" 'j I .t' .. \ Bishop.; Marjorie Parsons, Karl I I Bob Williams.HARDWARE. I ; Ann Smith. at the jensen I I THURS., Sept, 18: Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center, 1:30 p. m.; OES Diamond and We ng Ritigs
, .- '\. :f I'": .r : : .. :I g oceanfront Quests attb ., --- -- --- ------ ---- outing where hot dogs
: I,' r : ',1, : / beans were soft served drink, were and I Pelican Hotel patio, 8 p. m. visited Porter her at SOl last North week with Colorado C A. C.. fic eWAlJ E

j Me. Mrs. Porter is remaining tn
: hostess' pa.ents, Mr and I JAYCEE-ETTES HAVE t GUILD ENTERTAINED North Carolina for a further-vMt e w e 1 e rf

:f,: O, C Ejr\ith\ Mr and Mrs, 75 ATT 'fARTY DANCE'Seventyfive AT KINDRED HOME "wan her mother, Mrs T a BarVr osctri AVE. ''S
I E Williams, Mr and Mrs. Al?
t ( Mrs Henry Q. Kindred was
k I in Mt Airy,
r Dugan,Richie and Beach
i ydung people at. hostess at her home in Eldorado
3 1,1\ ; i ,. Patsy Sullivan Elaine Heights for the Wesleyan Oulld
I tended the "Baek-t -4tIlObI! Par
1 1<4'f I TACK er, C B. Bishop, Jean;Wright I |I ity Thursday evening with a cover \
Dane the
given Dj lay
Dare, ,
Henry Jeanne; ed-dish supper Mrs. Letha Luk-
f I i I .If..,,!.' I''l, Joan Combs, Verna|fries at the Civic Center Friday Ins gavel the devotional and Mrs. IN Tl H IIS I 1
May Dee White Shirley I Night. Prizes for the best cost -' R. V. Johnson was in charge: of .
ELECTRTCAL APPL Coane, Grace Mil \ '
.' Pomeroy; I turns were. won by Robert Oreemj the program. ,
1 Griffin, Deaver Storer, Fred '
I 1 r j and Carol Smith. Several danci. Others present "were
Meyers Donald Bowden.'John
': Ausborn Jimmy' Walker, |contests were held and prize: Ralph Clements Chandler, Mrs, John Mrs. Dumlrh Hubert \\Your Twentieth.Birthdajj Week ; I I

I i' Bess Hardware I BuWhhlaon, Edd Howard,f were awarded to Warren Snipes, Mrs, H J. Greene, Mrs John W: :
| <:tne Teat ol Vero Beach, Rob.' Ji and Grace Pomeroy for thi Keller!: Mrs Lon Tyson, MsCurtis .
I II "QUALJTY\nd /i and Lurline Greene, Hickte I'plate" dance, to Louis\ HurRy and Whttlcar Mrs Vernon \ve S\ take pleasure in extending tong/atulationsa '
SERVCE"At ardo, Bert Clements, Billy Cnason., Mrs Curt Schroeder, \
PhoneV90'T'' Carolyn Pomeroy for the! spot .
F' I 1V Best / ,' Bob Titus, Susie Leek, I '" "
I' dance and to Emerson Kramei Mrs Prances McClaskey, Mrs and befit wishes to I ,
''A 'It.; BOX N \ / Harking Kay, DeWagnler, and Jane Elklns for the bamboo Arthur Fowler, Mrs. N. B. Mink,' .. '
Clarke, Elva; Nick and.:I I dance Bobbing: for apples was Mrs Roy Sampley, Mrs. Charles .* J : \,
Beatty, Warren Shlpes,Jr.. Kindred, Mrs Lucille cromer, 41SFOR +
Ht aanrrtata |Ian added attractton enjoyed b,
; ; Howard, Lannle Aftder-
the Mrs Juanita Knowles of Fort .
young people.
Anne Piuman, Barney\ 0'. Pierce, and Mrs H. H Thayer '
) Chaperones for the evening
: Ranter, Walter I I|!
i \ I
were Mr. and Mrs Leslie! Bart
I ; Jr. Fred Rein, Dur* and / 'S
DRY CL l leU, Mr and Mrs. Bill .licks! pn i Mr, Mrs Price French and'
I Allen 01 Vero Beartk i:Mr. and Mrs Fred Nlebllng Mr. daughters Mary Margaret, Nor .
I Tucker, Janice Arbogast, :and Mrs Howard Bartlett,('Mi ma and Alice, returned Thursday .' .'(..
i ; McElfresh. Karl Krueger I and Mrs night from Grand Haven, "
i' an/ Ben Redding, Jr.. Mrs
; 1 \ Kraft, Jr. and Jacques: I Florence Auerbach, Mrs Estelle Mich, where they vacationedwith hr ,

t. I' Quests of Van Smith I Kanarek, Miss Jo-Ann Constanceand I her parents Mr. and Mrs. We wer\ pleased' to do the efecyical wiring
Pete Barr. Leland John I Misq Rose Czverko N- J. English, at their cottage on
1 .
Bob Shrlgley
i ; -C.-
PRE SING ( MTION FETED :I 14 IN KINDERGARTEN I Mrs.'Marie McGee, accompanied the, new \ddftidn-
r. son-in-law and
by her daughter
I Fourteen
Presbyterian Women's As-I are attending a private 11 M
Mrs W, Bias
and Mrs E. a

MODERN YEING S > at the was home entertained of Mrs, W.Tues-1 H. Mrs R.kindergarten V Johnson conducted which started by end Fort in Landerdale Stark as, spent the the truest week of C. .A* Hal) T.: \R. Chamber "

'( on California'A ve. Tuesday in the Methodist Sheriff and Mrs A. 1.. AndreU, .I
I EXPERT RUG CLEA R.. F. Horton was in charge Sunday School building. Classes .... a
: I BER U MOTH PROO program and Mrs. Homer are Monday through Friday each ,:, Miss "Winkle" Saunders- who.
read an interesting art I week. Electric
... lobe Soiled. Company
'f on Christianity goes to spent the week end with her parents ,
i ITS, DRESSES, RUGS ETC ;" Mrs. C. A. Lees gave )(p. and Mrs. R.F Longbottorq) Mr and Mrs, Saunders of,
n 1 ((10 Year Guarantee) devotional and son, Bobby, were holiday Indlantown, returned to Gainesville .
present were Mrs.. guests of her brother-in-law and today where she is attend- ob \ Sound/FJa. C
abeth Kara'Mrs Ivan sister, Mr and Mrs S. F Long- .
>{ GEORGE KEITH Tayl- ing the university She will be '
j f' Mrs S, A. Marsh, Mrs C. A. bottom, initiated into the.Alpha Delta Pi .. .. .
I, Mrs Llllle M. wily,.Mrs e Ibis week
artin Porter, Mrs. Willis Paget Mr..ncl Mrs..Henry Cabre, Mr. Sorority -a.-. i I
County Mrs H. L. Lyons and Mrs. Charles Rue, Mr. andMrs
Frank Mlnschke, Jr, arrivedSaturday
[ Web Ordway and Mr. and
: weeks
; I Luette Fulford returned to spend two
Mrs Jack Coleman spent the
{ j JDpp. Citizens Bank : )' from Gainesville where week end at Okee-abnmee Camp]with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.|1
she attended summer school at I They were Joined Sunday by Mr. Frank Mlnschke? before returning THANK
to hurtle In Detroit where i A
,< .W the! uhtver<y," (*I and Mrs. Sam Austin. !:
.c.-------- bell convened with the .U.,8.!!
j' Mr. and Mrs Herbert DugaaMr Coast, geodetic ,Survey
ahd Mrs. Fred L. Hall and TO THi; PUfiLIC FORYPUK fATRONAGE ON OUR
pine tree can bean ,
daughter, Susan, and Mrs. Edwin prosperity ,
Actuality, as well as a political
Wiley were week-end guestsat
the Deauvllle-Macfadden Hotel slogan, if Floridians will help I
at Miami Beach, prevent forest fires .and growtimber SPECIAL EST'DAY:
..t'' wiselyiiiiHJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirrtiiiiiiiiiiiiniinii. I '
)Bob Klker of Daytona Beach
returned to his borne Tuesday
'"\ 9 DOES 'c after pending the/ holidays #ithI DRESSMAKING \.

e I I his roommate, Evans Crary, Jr, and ALTERATIONS It LE
.... A lUGIILANDPRESTOOJIANGO 'A! sophomore at the University I .. II aw.niss. .. .
|Of Floyfda'Cary will.leave for M.fcU Archibal e

'I school Sunday l S, ATLANTA ATfiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiir
Mr and M"- C. T. Jackson I ,/
and Mr. and Mrs Otto Bleach j jI IN US AND OUR rOfp. WE A AIN WISH TO REMIND
i II of Pahokee were guests of Mr Fash
I land Mrs Albert M Bhrlgley n Says YOU 'THAT WE ARE

4 : T't I Monday j "Hai Is Sho ter

) Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thayer NOW PEN
{entertained the Rev and Mrs For F 1"A ,
\k j e t a
W. E. RoweUfo dinner ,

\ t ,.' There's everything a I Stlmmell Mrs R.spent J. Peck Sunday and and Kenneth Sunday I 6:00: A. ML TILL 1 ::00 P. M. .

New shout thisdress. I
J Mon-I 'I
c ,day In Winter Haven
;' The fabric I and Mrs. Ed MarotU and Mr and .WEEKi

l ..A vicron..U Mrs Tony Bonadlo I ,j I DAYS A '
Mrs. Lee F Terrell, who has t
new rayon made been visiting In the E. f. Smith ,
I d home In St. Luck Estates, returned ,I

LIfC ; In wrlaUe the yam.-resi taal Fitted right v Atlanta Saturday,to her home In DROP IN ND SEE fSpEciA DAILY T

jacket, bias skirt, golden 'a u o Mrs, Walter F, Davey and children WHY YOUW FRIEND' B FOR'

buttons. The presto-cbango? 4 Sandra. Jay and Susanne; LIKE Om FOOD [ DNNER| art SUPPER
C + s si. That's when returned Saturday from Riverside -
the bustle unbuttonsnd
i iA 1
Calif., where they lslted V.OF
turns Into a bonnet right befoj 4fr i l Mrs Davey mother, Mrs O B. M.swa a 1.ll,
i.k i. alibi .,, 11., re. WATCH SALE
Choice of authentic Young, and her brother-in-law w P F JR ANNOUNCEMENT THE NW Ic
your eyes. n 4 I .Is4e .aei.e I .e r Mo
and sister, Mr. and Mrs J. a
.. .
; s plaids EnLJne, Hunting iMuiitton A e Qoddard. They alto vacationed .air. rush.1 i 11 II....rt..al.a. '

or Black Watch, SIMS 10/ Its ,at Newport Beach and Pasadena 'kin VIaE Aar ..r'pe..a1a RI'S
Ted Hudson, who has been the
i *The Little Dress hop guest of his. brother and sister- I
in-law, Mr and Mrs. Homer IT T5 NEVER TOO LAtV;: FOR RRUKF'ASV"
Let lie C. Du n Hudson returned Tuesday to RY15EA .
Post t Office cad. f his home In Ocllla,'Oa SALON a' 314
r ;. e. vaNe .i Arai.re HIGHWAY 9I5l
Miss ean'Parker left last week nor
f to enter' training at the BL LukeHospital r.,., J ',:

t It in Jacksonville

iS, y.. Servirtf Martin County SEPTEMBER means Back to .School Back to Work And the Start of..Autumn..CR.EATER.MO'. /T <. A50Ni

+ .J, :LYRIC BUT THAT'S NOT ALL! SEPT EMBER also means the s Start s7


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1 ) Great Story of the Sea! 'r West! .a lh. Kali s

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1 Starring! 4r' r/ IN E.eryoa.I' It b'llNdl 101911 t 1NF; PLUS
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AndreWs Peter's' or. ., See These Stars In A Delight/wily/ Fresh"Technicolor Tread! KAIINIOeiItfTCH 1
('Jungle Girl" No. 14S
ALSO Wallace Jan Elisabeth Carmen Xavier JBMMS Ma tnnoeueitiSItmjUttETT v" Awalirt
rjal and Cartoon
"Aninr.IN..elty- Berry Powell Taylor Miranda ( 10TTI
"Our Friends'' maw : "Inki At the Circus" Sport Short ,,, Cartoon News Rob'l Stsct '' r rs
TKiit Is America Series e.. r.// ( AE Entertainment I
tmES ; With Son g -i Comedy Komaneet part 51I
H J'f.te Get Them With Every Box Of Owe Delicieue Popcorn and Wait Disney's C
Technicolor .
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NEWS News items for this paper nut reach--th. aewspapei j
JOCIAL Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART cities beta meow so JI

; 1 Home Telephone til :a"! SM, i

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r The OES Circle met at the HomeDemonstration More Than 100 Attend Mr, and Mr*. Drew'King are i Miss Syreena! !!S. Totten who Miss Peggy trimer Is spending '

CiT COMMISSION Woodman's Han last Thursday leaving Saturday for Weaver In now teaching\ ; in Robe Sound '* few weeks with her parents, ; ,j
N with a covered-dish luncheon rllle, N, C. to visit her parent,,School moved Monday from the I Mr and Mrs Ralph Ulmer, be
FegWr M go' and short business meeting Farewell ,for Maxwells Mr and Mn. Bror.. 1, Carlberg I Sunrise Apu to the teacherage for returning to F.s.P. tot "bet 1
SWOP.2rU There were 12 -- in tlube Sound f
present The ladles Notes Junior year
Mrs E. L. Reddish Is Visiting I 'I
and 4 are working for the,bazaar which By MISS 1UCILE INSCOg More than 100 Baptist Church A farewell tribute was paid the her son and daughter-in-law,II I
ED5ESC/AYS/ will be held later members and friends attended,a pastor aud his wife in,the formof Mr and Mrs F L. Reddish*Tropical I
Stua City all The OES Circle will meet inWoodman'i The chances are you are having farewell party for ttie\, Rev Phil a course being taught in the' Farms, for a week, I CLINTONE WAX, b
Hall next Thursday a Wonderful Maxwell and family at the Worn class room. A short tribute was
Ieublic for another covered-dish luncheon : Florida time workingwith an's Club last ,Thursday night, presented for each ot the religious Miss Charlene Keith ot Atlanta I It'. Sprayed Into All Cracks and Crew es
*1 eye elcosn. after which there will be guavas. Have you Mrs, A. Carl Bridges, Jr, Mrs and civic to U spending the week with I II .Of, Your Car
work. and a short business meetIng tried guava juices or nectars to Joe'Moslejf and Mrs L. C Kirk organizations her parent, Mr, and Mr George i
The OES Grand Officerswill ,be used later for punch or mixed liter welcomed the guests at the which they belonged. Mrs Eden- Keith, Riverside Park MOTO.SWAY.
I tidal be visit at the hall for their of- ,fruit drinks? Here are the dl-: door, The program presided, field and Arnold Bauer posed as I / ,
tonight rectlona for bath.GUAVA over by Mrs Ed Burgess was belt mischievous students. adding a rvi
r JUICES gun a competitive! game In I touch of humor Cloyd McClung; MA E LANE i
1 Helicopter used in which ; the guests participated gave a humorous reading as :ed From
{ 1.et. California as "flylhg fire enctr'lce" 8 pounds firm ripe fruit i The program was. climaxed 6y The Ter. foss Shop
...... to fight- forest biases ,J cups water Group singing was conducted the presentation of an autographed t. I'I-
Wash remove blossom and by Mrs Garland L. Eden Held book, signed ,by the
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stem ends and blemishes/ Slice. with Mrs B, D Fulton atthe church !members and friends, f
6No Add water; bring Quickly bull piano Miss Sara Rollins gave and a silver, serving! tray to the
H and boll about 20 minute Strain several piano selections Maxwells in appreciation of I
!through Jelly bag Reheat Juiceto A humorous skit entitled "The their untiring service here {
6 boiling pour immediately into Maxwells' trip to St. Augustine" I MM. Jamrs Mcggett, .assistedby j jj j
I hot, sterile containers and sea i Was enacted by Cloyd McClung Miss Lucille Inscoe ami Mrs, I i
TNI' at once Process at simmering Ii of Fort 'PIerce, Burgess., Robert Walton Parks, was iu charge ofretreshments I E I'a fl
NORGl minutes To serve, dilute with Baker, Fulton, Peitny rul Young girl I*} of
equal quantity of water, or pre Mary Melle.Burgess, Mrs. n'J the church presided:; at.. the I :
The TiAiel| Story 'Ronator'Refrigerator ferably fruit Juice and sweeten and Mrs 0 0 Titus. punch bowl I Ij :!
as desired
our wa hap >g is the A Juice canned for jeU -mak- Mi; and Mrs, William Wernethof mother, Mrs. Aline Burgess, and 2 Bi'OOM-S' /fl.l''
art of 110 delicl is mech- MltOf Itfrit ng purposes.must not have sugar Mobile, Ala., honeymooning In )her i mother-Uvlaw, Mrs, Harry : ;
r ak added to it A juice Intended In Stuart .
Infour > Florida spent three days
inn I work
repair ,
for LHcumix in Palm City She
punch however, may contain ''J
IAest with her uncle and aunt, Mr I
c UM the tern AUTOMATIC sugar In the proportion of I/S and Mrs. A Z. Oberhaus Will bo Joined by her husband -
red Juuiuprio Ali to Vi cup! to a Quart\' if desired.I >_ T- Saturday WEIt.. ATED ,. \i iM
its in fur ibops(*s high DEFROSTING' In addition pieces of the fruit I Mr.and Mrs Oeorge 8. Wilson : .1L /
t qua ty yoi* guar Itself, cut small l, Vt to 3/4 cup I and children, Frances and ...-
lee eliciting slhafac- to a quart, to be served in the Spencer,returned this week from i L,
a/ NORpE punch, add considerable Interest a five-months vacation 1n Greenwich BUY Junk a. k YouKOffer. '". .._. !',
to the product. Conn. and Pike.' N.'U. .. -
11 ii$0301 t iTMiiBCO GUAVA NECTAR They opened their Island Inn on. wee ed cars, ap'coppe 1HING REASONABLE RrtCUSE I rI
Use whole firm ripe VltamlA- Ocean Edge, Jensen Beach, the : ,
Wart Jewelers rich fruit minus the seed. Remove first of this week, and brass.

269 OiceoU Ave BAS LETT ROS. I any blemishes blossom and on peel.stem ends Slice and the Mrs Julie-C-Tole of the Stuart SC SAUT THEO ORE DEHO SON ; i
fruit Into kettle. Add sufficient York where
(New Dehon Building 317 9 ceoU Ave. W 209 Villa Is In New City ARTS "J"r
water to prevent sticking and she underwent a successful ma- r '
I cook covered until soft Put Jar operation at the Bellvue South D' Highway BROKERS r 1
fruit through dilver Add enough Hospital Friday
water to make! pulp of a drink-: -_ C F 1rce DE N-BLDG. PHO 81 '
able ,consistency and sweeter' Mrs John L'Heureux and baby on C." I
lightly Heat to boiling point, of Augusta, Ga.. Visiting her -j ._ '
"' pour Into hot jars, seal and process -
Quarts S minutes at boiling. r ; II
In sweetening, light corn syrup
or honey may be substituted for
half the sugar needed. This pro. Controls Effective tuber 20th! \
We have moved our Real I IW Ip duct heavy may, concentrated be canned consistent at a very New Federal CrecSt t\ (

to save jar space. Additional
water may be mixed with the
p I\Elt te'an Insurance' f nectar when served and fresh BUYNOWA '
lime, lemon, pineapple or other
fruit juice may be added as a
ice to 'New Ham / in desirable flavor at this time "
our A story from the U 8 Department
\ of Agriculture tells of guava .5l'l'PAY
juice powder recently developedat
t Citizens Bank buiii i ingi the Hawaii Experiment Sta MATHE .
turn It speaks encouragingly of
i its many new-found uses In s
addition, the great need for a I
} o Osceola Avenue. relatively cheap and abundant ,
I supply of vitamin C to use In the
diet of the undernourished peo- !
plein the world today may early] I
3 lead to the development of a
great Industry not'alone in Hawaii -
but In Florida, i elsewhere. The statement fol. r i DO
"Dehydrated guava Juice pow
der rich In protein, vitamin C
B. ABROGAST anil. fruit flavor -Is a new product I 12-15-18 TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY f fj
developed by scientists at
the Hawaii Experiment; Station
for greater commercial use of If you are bunding or planning on new furniture in j
nd Aasociat the common guava which grows tumre advise select .
the to require
T profusely in the Hawaiian Islinds ( near we you your l
1 The new powder Is largely yt i : k' ,' ments now. New Federal credit controls '"go into I.
Real E.tate' Ws rfroat Pro cities insurance pectin but It retains the fine r' j r
roma and flavor of the fresh effect S ember 20th, 1948. It requires 20% Down I.t. I

fruit and 60 per cent of its vitamin andlimjf of 15 months under $1,000.00. We will t.'

It can C. be Its.shipped chief advantage economicallyto 1s a hold uJfur purchases until you want delivery. ,

distant\ markets In a convenIent f
and stable form. The powder '
holds the jellying properties
of th* original fruit and thus -
could be used wherever desired
In making guava jelly or as a
concentrated pectin tor jellying
other fruits. It could also be used
to flavor fruit nectars, custards,
Ice cream or candy, or as a meansof ,
adding Vitamin C to other -

ECIALUNTIL fruit juices The guava flavor Bedroom Suites o Rich, Timeless
lends> well with many fruit
e Juices and IU' addition to fruit Beauty COFFEE TABLtS
Juices which are low.in vitamin .
C. would add to the nutritive
value of the blend," .t M sassy ,
-- Beautiful Dining Sets

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Handsome 3-pc. IJ iyig Room \

Hotp& t W slier Nationally, Moejtised! I Ii


Life : Mattresses Built for mfort-Durabilitt i

We'l give your worn/ QUALITY/ URNITUREI Occasional' l Chairs Last Word In Heaven Restfuln.ess> ,!

fat! ed tired a rood f''l
that'll mak 'erari '
a like brand-flew I ring LET US FEATHER YOUR NEST *-, "WITH ,A LITTLE DOWN"

DOWN i 'your old tread area
,day.-We'llrenew' in
10.40 PER MONTH jutlReasonaW.

t;. 12'- MONTHS rtc
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Stuart Reca; ;

Hall's' Electric SerjiceP
rtn KICHWAT u. s. tPk
.'6, .At4ad Phone >/ _* *'it SIJ.H, FW.

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WE VIEW WITH ALARM!" .Horticultu.mlly When it costa a firm! $40,000 to ,rlt
I I for a permit tq go Into bus;ness-.and then
a r
I :: ::1 ''I FY t 4p Speaking bureau knocks it on the head on the grounds thatyy
Published every Thursday at that'a
') are "too! optimistic, next door to
I Stuart, Martin County, Florida I commulIiaat.j
,, (: Y by Stuart Daily News, Inc. a yOUR.FDTO CHERIMOYA NOT A A group of men thought there, was buRinetit|
t t Florida corporation. )J) SUCCESS IN FLORIDAby hty in linking the small airports of Florid .JlT

1 PAGE I i Entered: M second-class mall NAVE ANYTN/NC A- H. Andrew Stuart Lab City Vero Fort Pierce Under th7A '

it matter at the post oftlc: at free enlerprls system, these men should hid""
CUD I IJ I Stuart, Florida; under the Acta 1TB? A. retired Salvation Army officer have '
feet tight enter that business, and It'
AT v : I of March *, 187*. living In Fort Lauderdale writes about the g !
A FREE PRESS the hoping f/'llilloowil 'BtrictlonS necessary should have been safely re' i

Ad'I'I' i and r 33 YEARS OF SERVICE) -'V ks concerning as
span TM NuaA .4.111 Mawd war ..4ew.rMar f Instead. Florida Airways
; spent a small
b 111 atu.rh"a I 114 rr.l a..,. lie, had a friend living in Renmaik, fospecial
Palm t' A FREE PEOPLE ,.....:, uhll.h" .. e.tt, Am'' M"'", lawyers td prepare voluminous brief
With (, I"IS. .n4 .... (liurt Mmmvs vllkfcrh South Australia, who i I. dcsirvus of t taeosria
tactllltlbly. I 'J r Marry lk 8 ,ll> N... growing hat fruit end wikhc to government bureau that "they were hl'edl'd"1IItb, '
*.u.4drd .,.... .
I ';: L ly (! tfw r.rm.rlr w 1M fdIt olrtuln I'llInll'tlt mijotiH
..ulI..r". ,.
,.. I *;.c INnka.n chcrimola now In existence could fill the need without
'f I -, ,-- ,. the chcrimovfc' (Annon coupe

I ; 'If! h MEMBER; OF" THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I )" rtlativi of r the sminop\ from the ambitious newcomers. 2
I \: Taa A. ...I.t.d r,,," if .....1104 .1..1..1. '. tae ta. xIt p.h"..tlnw ..,.. tics.. : sugar apple, bnlKxkl] heart and This Is government with busine_iL
,._ _I prWtrd I. .gala' ........,,. ..,_.11 4. all AI' ern dl....',chMrVkU. t I the iif dlesome Matty form These Americans had t
llama il nuliv* of highland eveJ1
I KDVUN-A"-'MKNMINGKRmNK ------- -, ,. ..,=..".:, ...,""....,". .lKCr I / to risk their money-for profit or loss,.,-m .
I .. ,, ,. I Peru and later wllIolotrlMllIl..t seccasfdly tryingt, tJ
;t I J,1 KUWIN T A r. i::::rN..R7'; JH.WIILIAM : '.r. : ...:: :...:::_,::-.,,::.' 'ItWin.- / '\\ ntml An1f'rk1Maj.. a new business field. Some of ,the great air fines oft!
s't ', II. MITt'II gfa. .. ,,.. ,..'-' ..AdratlUInf! M...... ;3 _'_' I In (* were tarted back In the days of free cnterprw/\?
3 ,\ \i' JOHN U, MtNNINblR ," ... .... .. .... ,8,10.. 11.- 'v co and Southern California It strings no bigger than what it costs a ,buddm.A '
: -- I< hu not proved adapted to the sea
f, /d tee today simply to'aak permission of the
,v, HATES 1 I I II' lie- go\ernmenttr{ t
f SUBSCRIPTION r k level climate of South Florida. l '

j,1, ,1'" Y : II* Mill Onr r..r, .. SIM T,. T.'..,,.\ ,,-.............aa.A'': ,5 r / lag,what the nirfhecr nurseryman. business -li'
,_ ..-.. i
o oc:: =Or70C.: .iaiaoS
I "t' .d.. \\loI.. '" ...idt a an.a.n.p.Neiti.n T>'>* Iaananrat m -'U. rlfhtt ih I II I George B ,Cell in, closed: among; '
1 I.., I ,; 1 : rrf: .,.y,.,, vojvel :fir :okivi:),/lonkl.. ....rtu. ,Mit, p'iiuiiMiiiiii'iiiiiiiiuininiiiiii I'the "hlOl>lII ," fruits
I, 4'' .....,..JI........"" "!"j" ..d".I i'rolp.'n' kd t. IW W cur..pbhktsa" 01 .n ..... I > WHAT IS YOUR HOBB
Strange to relate, \the only clxrt'moya : : ?,

I "I : n tiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"' '" trees recalled that have nicctiwfully -', ..-_ -OClOc:::=:.Oa0G::::aOQO '
} fruited South Florida
1 YE EDITOR'S EASY CI AIR were on the "Sandy Acres" estate DANCING J I I

\:I of the late Clrnn B.ite> .lit Eitero By EDWARD D. CIIIINWOOUI: / I I
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,' i ;i I!! IIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII' Bates\ experimented tome; years Dancing it an art "M?old as man hunsell.. ITmnigk, "ili" h

: THE ENGINEERS TACKLE THE PROBLEM I II with cherimoyas He-hud no ace adaptable,, In dhunt, : .. BACKWARDS Ingik:' The earliest danced perhaps reflcctod, Ii. 'duple
\ HmUj
: 7 cni: with them it seedling !tree,
; ;
,, ;; 4 I Nature; unable to propound a &theory which woul,1 I, otisfy \U.. ,
'I s but grafted them on custard appl5O.k.
\ I ;'! : The current project to spend millions enlarging thi 4 ,' \ One fact ir that diMihtleiu I to uudentand the mechanisms of We, prnnit. "'UI'' say hay*

; '"I .'St:Lucle Canal to permit faster runoff of water from Lake 0. yJ 1 contributed: to his success: was that \to reenact similar rhythmical chemes. With I" Idll\.ill&/

: the U, S. A td his ,, movement imitative of throe ,It.. ,
: ;;: Okcechobee\ epitomizes mistake the Engineers t d "his (trees were ihadrd by other gods by "II' shkEki! *
.1...1mI >11" ,t I -. are making in trying to solve the flooJ situation in Floridi I !hex of tailed growth, tlnif'protecting n .
.. i thanks at the times of birth,,marriagd and vm"" Amtn
\( ,w "1 them (from the k1
: : It i b utterly futile to try to solve the flood problem In summer inn as '
1 up his dead with dancing Dancing was ,4 I |p" 1 k daH, !Uri.
this they\jaw' accustomed! to, the eixiter )
,: this manner The U. S. Engineers been pursuing I and "
eating sleeping
\ I
climate of the *,,
I,' ; ; same method in trying to solve the Mississippi' River flood EMI 4" hether! his trees art Vet living I. pown through the ages,I (the dunce has "1\\n' ''", II Mr rl i

:,It..' J 1:' problem for 5'!>'vtars and the flood are just all bad novas \' ; ,. I do not know' Edmund S. \hitson; things; Cheer' (physk-al exuberance: teiual atti ,,'h '

they were when the engineers began They seem incapable I of Clean*ater baa had some Aso': tint,:simple joy at the time of birth, marriJE' ", I 'K1nn ,.!
During the Middle Agei when religion ",,", 11""','' th'.,wld, i
I with cherl stock (
.t of realizing that they are approaching the problems cess ' ,,, .
'I big almost ceased except in hysterical epul' tho 1 Hi f
.. .... __ of the Mountain Smirsop-fA mm
; : 1 1\\, backward .c. - -- tans), though,Ills trees haw not of dormancy" it came forth again as the stilt",I I ,lie\ 1 muluri 4yarioul s
I The flood problem in South Florida arises AFTER the | leached European courts and a< simple folk d.I ." ''',; la' past
: J k't :water gets into Lake Okeechobee. AFTER the lake is full I;D News and Comment C S,'I' u yet to the,fruiting mangojtcrn.age.Next 'tlwtherunoya modem! times there has been an evolution ll1'I''' ',I mm/W,i

i1 f! .. of course something must be done about getting the water I'' -- I>,rated. by some as the Ized! dancing, tlfrough the waltz and! two-stoo" ,,0.. Amoy lit.
s ,Charleston! the to the swings .nd 1 tin lass A..
r' digging fruit of all the Fretumably
1." out, either by expediting evaporation or biggei TEN YEARS AGO this week we hopped off traveled as far as San Clemente California, finest the best tropics o( seeds' derivatives At the present, dancing for m.im Ivi ,.1Ito hmrsal

and better ditches But thee procedures are like locking i the merry go-round of daily publicationand where the fishing and near beer were both I or stock li source yelthgrwers i i idle Jliuffbng\ oT feet to music, or energetic jittt' 1.n inlics,kl>

i the barn after the horse is stolen. The intelligent approach 1 decided to publish every Thursday. fine, and. nobody bothered to read books. of Southern nursery Calif>mia, A:hybrid tome complex: usefulness for the younger HI 1 1I

.1: U to PREVENT the water from getting Into Lake Okee- This we have done for some 620-odd times, .5. between the cberimoya and lugac I In considering'dancing U a hobby, rwi'' I> un.. pmpef[

.11 chobee in such dangerous and uncontrollable quantities.This without interruption that comes to my ANYHOW, along about 1930 or 1931 i apple linown as the atamoya( ha' made of the feophi. engaging in ft: .first. the "il.""m inddi

CAN be done. mind. In fact, looking back through the t'went' to work for Ed Menninger's Stu- I prows 1ol"e..full in $01111Flnrida, ,]I and aecvnd, the' actual participants. Opporti ?1 'na apt" b kt

\\1\\' r : years, about the only time I can remem- art Daily News If there ever was a will nut come true from seed server.*., are unbounded They may attend ,"' ""J' vsihonhi .
Service show lilt
collected by the U. S Forest
; Figures ber that we 'ftiissed publication on I schedule squirrel cage, that was it: For six day i : i iI of dancing, they may read t the many "In' ,', sal. vapatfliihcd .
'l a that the way to retain rainfall (which i is the water which: }was in the .se)) mber, 1933, hurricane. a week ,we brought out a 4-page daily ida Dtooo for those InIM.ed.in! ( theory. the """ '11III"' II( ihtdr

r will cause trouble in Lake Okeechobee if not retained before i . town of around 2,000, and while Ed I LETTERS ::1 the live of,the dancer, program. etc, The. ,'t.wilim m iW*
it there is to tree+-nnllion\ *f Ihem., bragged that it was the smallest town In ,. km
\ gets ) plant; i THE SAME THING probably> happened, 4 sotk'- to develop; 4 spedaluml' qtlllectKW !.t lt< '' (u mi *
: ': C. H Coulter, State Forester for Florida;: presented!'I *' in the\1928 blow I wasn't here, had no' the United States'"!nupportiAg "a daily oo.oeee'o1Tt1E : ': about ono type of dancing, such as the Spam i! Ojficd tin U.

1:, I : }I paper\ last November at a meeting of the Florida Aca 1R I intention of being here, was in fact walking Newspaper; he could have left the sup l COCA-COLA, co.: I II Dunce:? the English Dance, and the like <1" mlividuil"' ricolUtfs ''

1 R I I speech of Sciences Here effectiveness trees from his! I down Main Street in Los Angeles, poring out. I Atlanta, Ga. : : all the! danceat but even organizes a rv' I jwlitufc
/1 which bring out the Of in ch'eckInst : when I heard, the newsboys calling out C f I Pimple to complet dances, those dance which ,t tmiwl site
t/a,'I', rainfall and holding the water *o that it will not get into: "florida Destroyed By Hurricane I I"'" THE DAILY, which had prospered mfghl- Editor" those which have Vocal, accompaniment, etc .tj

the lake. If Coulters thoughts and recommendations are bought a paper, read the lead'Aposclatedl/ ily during the realty ad bonanza of the :Stuart>iew>. The! dancers themselves can turn eithri I tai daetgt!

t.. ; followed Florida will gain new forests which it badly needs Press story, a bylined account by Ed- boom, was held up by the slim prop of,a I ''An article ntillt$1i1..49 of choreography, the devekipment of dance/' pack '"' siuBy' kaccompaniment -'
," and the U S. Engineers ran! give up their ditch-digging ef win A. Mennlnger, who had managed few national advertisers, such a Luckies,County Donation turned"\ which ; .j)
forts that sheer waste of the taxpayers' money Old Golds and Camels. We did and ,,always ; In The Sliiirt News on { .
!I'' are drive north and get the first word out. appeared( Pie jiidrvidiul who, for,various reason nun( '" *> liufHlindivgo
t ,I "," "" ,'i'' Coulter said: ,The L.A., papers headlined the storm, have had \loyal local' merchant support Aug 5, 1948 hoi (nit come to our training in some specfulued form of ,IM," ', ,I I dune IV*
,I i i "Soil, water and forests are all essential .natural're. damage under' those great big box-car but the merchants just didn't have the ;attention We noted",, nn item of 'Ihlnkiv would probably turn to the highly taI, '", II I ballet ..**

4 4r sources and cannot rightfully be separated in a fair analysis letters they also use for reporting a half- dough Many and many a time Ed had to 22.80 for "cokw," We assume "cmolkHUilikf would fhid a better'outlet: In It* n," ,4'm, dolt WItidividuali

: 1' of oUr conservation problem Soil itself Is basic inch rain out there payoff with orders in trade on the adver the reference! was to Oxi-O hi.sonnch I who choose dancing M a hobby t b ,I'''". .,,1 i ll tf! *

''v and roil! without water is unproductive and lifeless Trcc4! a Users J. C, Anthony and myself who as Cole 'ii ('.o<:a.Oil* ant I ties offered for activities would /join
:: ; growing from the soil with the help of water, have important JUST THIVKINtf about California givesme worked for this. royal gazette back then, Coca.Cola fa Cole, n..llll1re rrpiir ( dancing group, ,which are found 'erywhul1 "Vme'' 01'('this'' 'f'

,r 'functions both in water and soil conservation the willies.) It can hardly be !laid thatI recalled with delight the other day that it tered trademarks klentifying'lbe! / have himed exclusively to folk, square, and, co'. .i., ,
"From I Farmers Bulletin 1809, I quote : 'Forest 'cover I made a journalistic success. out in the land is entirely possible to eat tour and dress product: of f{In OKI-Cola Company W burp dance or two from every o',,,,dl\ as I V OIhtt! '

m the most suitable type Of cover for soil protection Also' of -papier-mache roadside stands To be through. advertising and advertising' alone Such reference to our Irade-nurtj! limited tlKmselvet dances of their own count to l IIICI.*"'

from the same bulletin, it Is disclosed that} soil losses an honest, I never had it so tough. I was workIng are not emir Colnllin1fnlury: last. can dunce" hai provincial di/firt '" UK) a aria'

'I acre in Texas. were 1 part from forest land ,2, p,rts or as reporter for the Sierra Madre News, MANY was the time when Ed would holda they, are' really ;Valitihle in enlianclng -: common wjuare to find a group many doing only }?Jew Engla!:' I "pure .d.***
double from bcrmuda sod and 237 times an great from little pre-pay consultation with us. If; ,acid hi
.trin respondent for the Pasadena Post, popularity prestige smother, take, part only .cowboy vm"t' 1 lases
\ cotton land. Losses an acre in Oklahoma amounted to 1 and in order to try to make a living took on you had a car, a Certain amdunt of your for our prrdacttticfrtuxstely. Vo/w/group: ,The rm*t Important Vahie of d"I1'' ,,1\ ,,I \)* :I1

\' .t part for forest cover 2 parts from bermula sod and 1.400 a third order as ad salesman for an old pay envelope was an order: on Charlie from our' ffaiid( it,brings great erantiqnal! release for primitive dural,/ InIpMbot dare
l + times as great from cotton crop land. codger bringing out a one-lunged newspaper Arbogast's old ,rural Station, if your point there was aii ov<'rsi ii>lit in that In. daily lift I'hu I' erpsd!
Burned 'er woods are not nearly as effective in reducing !shirt was dirty and you had holes in nut given adequate expressiori ..
J t tI tt f ov in East Pasadena This old rascal set our trade-mark Will l't'llc-d' ( ) with a for those who actively in II i dulll'f l lCimtent > JW
t !soil losses The unburned woods quoted above Were! type in the style -of the 1880, his outputwas your pants there :would be a slip advising mall '"c," ,where theonrrt Themselves persons with participate observing" reading ...Id i,1 d..sdta t"probably
10 times effective in preventing soil losses as burnedover Ben Eckes4 or H. 'J, Greene to
ptd' as antique as hims.1f..nd my mortifica typographical treatment fir' u'l' dance but deterred to "',*emJUnk
woods. bermuda !sod was 5 times as effective in reducing tion knew no bounds when the ads came give you credit against their ad accountsand trademarks,, b to write them with prefer! to are .
of and social/
I, soil losses: as the burned woods. Therefore, with out looking like elegant notices for horse we all ate pff the grocery ads. It an Initial capital opportunity support.It ( ( who h nrYCt p
I difficult describe
only 1 /I if Flordia woods under fire protection, we are andbuggy ,factories I filled his paper took half an hour back thep to tote a $5 Coke.8\ ity recktcrcd trade, relaxation! it arid exhilaration to that to oome orneone through m? I..S.. III smbkthe

l : r S ,1 permitting. tremendous of soil to continue on the otherti with more ads than he had ever seen for grocery: purchase out of the store. No mark of ,the Coca-Col CoMnptIllY., drape that suits one best It'is one of the Io'onsnpk'tey pi aD
2/3* of our woodland two or three Issues-but when the adver. kidding. The average family could live and Funk & \\agfialli> Dutionarv and
,1l' \ I t "From the same USDA bulletin, the rainfall lost as for a week on $5 worth of groceries lilierating the mind from' preoccupationi.' ( ....
Users -got their checking copies (nobodyever recognize!: It as stnonummia With oral n Wu paev'
I: l' 1, runoff in Texas was 1 part from forest cover, 2 parts from\ read, the paper) they screamed to high and have meat every day Spare-ribs lOc Coc -Cota.. Our Information is that mood. It t hat been used off many mental 1 times illness W Ch'"..ui: ''JUI Ike
; bermuda sod and 32 parts from cotton crop land In Oklahoma had a ]lb Large ,juicy neck bones 5c a lb. I equilibrium'and to stave sre.
I : heaven and I to scratch him off my list in the near future otlwr! diction' has been universal mode of human 'II' "
1: t' y 1 part from forest land, 6 parts from bermuda sod . Tenderized hams 12c a)Ib. arles will define dike at &, trademark a exprewKiito than to tn n.'" esplausllwtienlOle
I ask why everyone does not dance.
and 71 parts from Cotton land. In Pinellas County ;;; f--t ; ---r--
), I WAS for a short interval! I the classified the Coca'Col* Omirwny' ;
R Miami salt water infiltration in wells 4s becoming BROTHER WE NOT only livedwe iived dt sr'
It"f near We hon will hili own
l advertising manager of a noble sheet slncrn.lv, you nut Croup dancing th! .hidifkluat M 1..1'i
and excessive drainage We permits
serious because of deforestation high even had leftover for
{ money feel: that the Coca-rota pd"
the Western Avenue Company fa I 1M 4
called News, but and the lime II'
If adequate forest was established on the unde corn meal and Cracker champagne and lions of style and rhythm at tome
I an cover
f 'tI 't was politicly let go by mutual consent out of bounds In bringing this to whole which to establish one ungw ""r'-
1 veloped land around and above these..areas. a great f improvement every Tuesday afternoon' regular the moving b tending iw **D-1
when the job boiled down to calling your attention; 'The! Baltimore men wlmb
would result, on clock rolled around, the boys who got out mood. t/nlike the rhythm bf marching( ... ,J
1 1I : has .
1 merchants to sell them classifieds at 20 Sun Incorporated In its stylebook encourage
the dance )
'I Into ,
detrimental. the together a common porpole
1 "Here again burned over woods are most paper would hie out \\p the South Fork t
I Water losses were at a minimum on the unburned woods per cent commission If you want to get for a bream fry, Admittedly this slowedWednesday' that "Coke: "Nylon" and'Kaduls" ;fejencw' within a pattern of the whole so that ** f

I l, On the burned woods the loss of water was 20 times as rich quick try doing this where the aver* papers down somewhat 1 marks and'are should;re lstered trade himself while contributing to a greater:'expression it,.*..?.Lp
classified SOc You make 6c be nulled With l"ll"ld'''
( /great Bermuda sod was four times!! as effective in reducIng age guns' but we )had wonderful times. I rememberthat halam'tlIi\ the etmIaf( Conflict,berweeft the *wTO
sale which Is not hot. In if Initial capital "letters.Ve. whet' to
a so fact, you : are Kripe ; this conflict even momentarily, A jViLd
I 'I water losses as the burned woods Claude Massey and Mamie Underwoodand assuage
"How do forests and forest cover reduce the run-off sell one every half hour through an 8- Ed wandered out to one of our saturnalias I.fill of getting other newspapers tadopt One f can point out to defense ipf f dancing the tw

of water? In three important ways our forests check run hour day (about my speed) you approachthe in the wildwoods and left early and a similar program.Won't lint control and development it provide, the fact. t1:

1'' off, hold or slow down the ruth of waler'and store it In the staggering income of 06c per diem. shocked They were toe ,civilized They you'' please! be good; \ and pleasurable for.all ages the new meaning it giv-i Ins'i ;
1 Yly underground water table While/ fiddling with the classifieds! I sold couldn't take j ji enough m the, (future to give our Way it adapts,Itself to the recreational needs of almoM" I
half of display ads barging .In trademark correct But' CIW+
; "''Rainfallitriking the forest leaves and' branches loses a page '. tvrpagraphleaitreatmerstthua' ? particularly to (Rose of the dental)' worker ..
I its force and falls on the ground as fine drops, drips from on somebody else's field and' getting WE GOT out the'old dally with a slaphappy Cordially Calcer. 'a .needs. no defense because tt Is natural to dance. .1- rJ

the leaves/ Branches!! or runs!! down the trunks of the trees neatly canned$ '''nonchalance that Ed and I occas yotirj.Juhm :danced' tnd they always will because of the inopita11on 1 .
This breaks the driving impact, of the rainfall\ and slows it s.e. t ,tonally recall these days when we observe ) )R, 2a'insfocd.. !. )Jr. meh it I brln&a.Conscience.

down: TilE TRUTH woudln't be In me if I didn'tadmit Edo Jr. biting his finger.naija over' SPEAINC Of .. II t t I
7! if "In a forest or woods!! area under fire protection there that for fix: months or a year or' so I I make-up: Our Idea of makeup was ,to for 1b41TICSA'cand'date U merely our own j judjmenfol/ Ns(
minof s
office M
Is a litter of leave. straw, branches' and twigs. These forma was Associate Editor of a weekly newapa* slap in what ads we had, pour in what I wa* W which wrong .of our actions, and so, ian never
h fibrous mat which holds water and keeps It from running I per called the Carmelite at Carmel Cali-' type was ]left, and fill the holes with) AP featured; filling FrvJidentiaJ on a'pmv.ram IInl.. enlightened by the word of Cod Ed jwiJvo ",

yl off This 1 Is another check or obstacle in the rush.or wash I fornia.: The editor ran the linotype.and''I' pictures' Most people said they jngt j :the main a eandlilat ..... T ryOD
sI in lieu 'of a* orator I I..fa hud tocontend
Of rainfall my title was pay or something read( the News for Ed a Easy Chair, any

"Underneath (the litter is a layer of humus in a moreor As I remember It, I was supposed/ to get $15 i. how.'..o' why go fancy-up the rest of it*' ,.and with plenty of mottenttve- There no class of men so difficult lo but ..
P noiMi.: Anally In
week the title magnificent honlorarlumexcept iimoporatinn honest T
a plus -a
which makes Idealliponicl' state at intention are
lens decaying condition an .he. a thoM whoa* 4
turned the Ns
M cUalrriwnnd
J r It can hold three to four times\ its weight' in water. This : that I had to collect the THEN THE CIGARETTE ads eonked out, ; science are bewitched es fTfce

ill'' humus layer 1s full of insect, ]life and organisms which 'money from the newsstands, Anyhow, we Ed derided that it would be more sensible '} Broteitedi"Mr. CWrmart.! I --..... ...11I
i' aerate the soil and open up counties tunnels into the\ underground. :bled for lost causes, fought with one civic, to pattern the paper' after the'town and feel. 1 have bi4i on m.n. who succeed; beat In public W*a. to

Therefore, this humus ]layer' holds water and ,: group or another snaggled the village's the weekly was' boro 1 had hieant to devote my nearly W minutes, but 1:take' the risk of landing by their own eonT"
allows it)to flow into the underground water system. legal advertising, and lost money hand over this 'column to our setenth-day won- if mt! \rnm'! "( nbaldiv' and''PI') _'JanM' A. "

"The tree tops, the litter and the humus all combine to I fist I quit and took tip a wonderful career der, but find I have'used up my space in temfecenr I Jl1f\ J I rilljr hear my I

do a most effective job in preventing run off and, what\- to .-fishing. While lots of furl, this, does I rambling,-ad we'll let that wait for another ItelftpeaV""Con' I oward asks, .Is 1t ufef .EapadltllC1! jtfIIC'I

very important, they tore up a supply the undergroundwater not pay off, so I eventually found tnyself day. I from t worry 1h#, gtlvJo. came a I politic? Vanity asks, J. itpope -'. Buljwr "
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ssssKllanaai CASES** Sept.INCREASE- 2. More I. 3jKMll BUIUDINQ....PERMITS. lul Ml.l.lim. tot Indian Ricer Drive In Jensen Beach SCOUTS COUNCIL Sept. 23. A patrol leader and the annual Scout meeting]I ;

u4 eases )h>Te *een caught ?'wyiowyjr7.v.-tf"; ? : ".. CHARLOTTE HEWER ,PLANS ACTIVITIES > ference will be held at Lake con-I I will be held#, n West Palm geach, J I
IK ,barred from further aerIKmen'l By Scoutll&llte.A:'"' borne near 'Lantana Oct. t, Oct. 28. A Sea Scout crvtae to1 1 II I
readjustment allow- B; Bridges, toasters, den chief and Miami Is the >Jilt week! '
Smith chairman of the planned ;;
flor., Bid Made for Drive-Bus Mrs Allen Kendall, Mrs. J. W. ;
Jr., of Troop 34 And Mr Bridge
Ownent* lines January of Ida Industrial Commission will meet at the lake Oct. end In October. _
TyeV than In an of 1917. Carl ported. Johnson and ),frl. Avon Emerson tentatively are planning to attend !

Service Oct. 1 spent Thursday In Fort Pierce. the annual fall roundup for '
MayBy Begin I
Mrs. i. f. Haggard and Miss \
H WIVES AND MOTHERS OMIRINKINQ MEN Charlotte Hellier dinner the Oulf Stream Boy Scout Council WHEN YOU NEEDLUMBER

ALCOHOLISM MRS. '\'IV'0.. ROAT i iEdward' guests of Mr. and were Mrs. Harry at Lake! Osborne Sept. 18. A .....

[ the James 8. Askln, thai was Segerstrom ,at Seymour's Friday dinner and frolic are scheduled '
SlcctuhiNy Trwt Wttk On. W.... Of H..>MllMriM J, Ward, secretary.treasurer followed In the evening and ,] :
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL' of Jensen Beach by a dinner \overnight sleeping accommodations
\ Writ Fw .,*. : / Businessmen's Cochram home. After' dinner Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Gass and will be offered to the 'OR'ANY

(280 l Avenue tk. LSoBl I S/htank.*, n.COUTANTj Association, stated In this party was entertained in daughter Sandra, returned this leader from Martin,' St. Lucie, '
June he attended the State week from vacation to
a trip Palm Beach Okeechobee and
Chamber of Commerce meeting the Pon J. .Jtomanello. home In I Vermont Massachusetts. .Indian River Counties. BUILDING MATpRIA

In West Palm Beach and broughtup Eldred; I Mr: cr'Mn. 1. C Nodine returned Billed a* the first event on the "
the subject pertaining to last week from Skaneat. council' fall program. It will be I '
establishing a bus route from CLUB SCHEDULES PARTY CALL OR SEE JJ :..;
dies,N. Y.. where they have spent'! followed by a finance committee
Fort Pierce to Stuart by way of The Walton-Eden Club is the summer. and board meeting here II
Indian River Drive. This was again inviting the attention of ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Whltlcar
attention of the
card game lover ,to their partyin returned last week from Brooklyn ham.and family of Pahokee spent EastxCoast umbel
Greyhound Bus Lines who looked
i Real Estate Pliotogfaphy over condition In this stat.trig Community Center, Walton, i where..they spent the past the Labor Day week end with
area -
V 1
: two months with relatives. Mr. and Mrs..H. W Munch.Mr. .
they ,would with tomorrow night Games ol your
cooperate Mrs. J. F. Haggard and daughter and Mrs. O, Warren ShIpes
[Attract!* Photo of Your Fi hingl>arty' and Catch Joseph O. Stucca of the Sunrise choice will be featured with a Betty, left Tuesday for their made a business trip to I; West & SupplyCo. r
Transit Company of Fort PIerce prize for each table. There 'will/ home In Costa Mesa, Calif., aftera Palm Beach Friday. / .
In helping:: them get a'franchise also be a door prize ndrefreih-, '
p&RtlAlTS AND AERIAL PdbTOCRAPHY month with Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. C W Browning of Tallahassee
for this much needed service. ments "
of ice and cookie
cream R. Hellier and Miss Charlotte Is the guest of her broth pA
{Krueger Idg. Box 263 / Phone 324 Stoma spent a number of days Residents of !the community and Hellier. er-in-law and slater, Mr. and Phone 22 >. BU: 305/i)1 Stuart, Florida
In Jensen Beach and along the their friends are cordially In- '
Allen Kendall 'left Monday for Mrs W< B. Tilton. .
route mapping and toning the vited. Whether you are a club Reading Pa., where he will spenda Mr; ,and Mrs W, C. Johnsonhad .
Iulllluutulll IIIIIIt11M111111111u1IUuIlllull IIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillhll area to be serviced with result member or not come and get month with his father.. Adam as guests over the Labor
an application for franchise .
a Kendall Day' week end Mr. and Mr.'Joe
1\a now before the State Railroad Moehle la
Mrs. Charles chair
ECK R'S" Jerry McElfresh who recently Scales and baby, Mr. and Mrs.
.fi4 r" 1 Commission to be acted upon. If man of entertainment and assisting joined the Army\ stationed at Bob Scales and baby, Mr and
granted, Stucca said bus service on her committee will be ,
Fort Jackson, 3. C. Mrs.' John Edwards and Mrs. TAKE H" EASY
3 ir'es' North of Stiffrt'on U. S. 1DELICflpUS = will be put In effect Oct. 1. He R. H. Escott Mn. George Kasnle, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cunning Marion Scales, all of Miami.
emphasized he would like td give Mrs Bell Edason and Barbaraand _
adequate service the year round June aynskt.Mr. .
FROZEN CUSTARDS 1 but. this could only be done If
he had the support'and cooperation -', *..W. S. Forrest of Walton

Hot Dogl. v HamburKrs W. Sandwiches of the people. has returned from St. Augustine
He would also! like to provide where she accompanied her ton, 4! '* )
Cold Dik* Coffe Milk Shaker o transportation to the ocean Jlmmle, who on Tuesday entered 4 .
beach and will later extend that the St. Augustine School for I
OJENi 1 11 AJRl. to 11 P. M.iHiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiftiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflf service-lt the people make bus' the Deaf. -f/i June # ;

Illllllllll/Hdlllllllll/ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII nnu/nnlnunuulnuullulllHHlllluil/ transportation useful1 to their'], Sunday afternoon ,at Walton .614 a K
Community Center a surprise 1 '
/ iiMiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuBILLFREE I I Reports from Jensen Beach'', party and shower was given for .' *A Stuck In'"_wU urn oW." Itn e '

= business men ..r'- to the effect i' Jimmie Forrest who left Tues- .w oayIq lout nr *M. I
this summer was the best season day for school in St. Augustine,
;\ they have ever experienced. Cottages In the Cinderella Silver Slipper fee to taking con sly( ev'lualik Uupt .-

hI Doing Business A* and camps, especially over contest prizes were awarded I .,. ,* ... 01( w... may bee. BI> B -y
week ends, are being filled. Charles Moehle Jr., and Fay
Equipment Balis and Service Co. j Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Butler are Rappold. Top scores in "cootie I .uck to do wi* ... hitu al .k..lhlanllr' 'I-I NO PARKWG PROBLEMS < j!
occupying the house In Ankona games went to Michael Silver
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V. rwiMlt Why M d.I.q..1 tw Bar kwriikmdldm' WORRIES {
Moisture "Wler.f nd When You Want It" i iWRICATION' formerly rented by the W. C. and June Rynskl. At the tea NO DRIVNG
SYSTEM Flllta, POWER UNIT AND SPRAYEU Wilsons. Upon the Wilsons' return hour refreshment were servedat w'e'4"' l her to.U.Tl UI U raw/laaUy dada May toi
from Ypsilanti, Mich., a flower decorated table where GREYHOUN &BUS STATIONCHISHOLM'l ; ;
R JuNUFACnntE where have phrdcd..ei.aIh.e i arty MV ru any "faihm ..lIodi d< diKomlqiliBfSTJJM
they been spending
? paper hats and other novelties CAFETERIA
Free SprinkleP table Irrigation System the summer, they will build ai+ were favors. The honoree was ...- PNO art t
.443W,FORT PIERCE soil ORANGE AVC 5 home pn property on VS. 1 between given a guest book with all sign- id. I Ie
P ..w t> Ufbt'Sok-Suito* :C the Walton. and Jensen Ing their names and giving ad- : om) m ? 9 ft fOtt 00 0i
liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiniiiiiiiiiffiiiiimi'iiiiiiiiiliiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiilJiiliiiiiT cutoffs. dresses for JImmie to carry with _
Going to Stuart this eveningto ,him. Phone II' THE REXALL STORE Stuart, FU. GREYHOUND I
attend the Stuart OES chapter Ajslstlng': Mr. Moehle were i imE
I meeting when worthy matrolJ'o Mrs. Lyle Hubbard, Mrs, George '
I "DINEAnd ,DANGF"IL of the Grand Chapter of Florida, Kasnle Mrs. Fred Rappold and i
Mrs. Elizabeth Penn,' makes her the honor guest' mother,, Mrs. ,
w COMFORT ATSEYMOUR'S official visit will be Mr. and Mrs, W. 8. Forrest. \ 1' \ !
R. V. Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr.: and Mrs. 'Leland Hubbardof i
B. Walden and worthy matron Walton returned Saturday d>
INN of the Fort Pierce chapter Mrs. from a two-month vacation In I
Hazel Wt te. Connecticut. Enroute both ways )
Mr. and Mrs Walker LJddon ,
in ,
they stopped Savannah with
One of thfCooIttt Spot on East Coast are home from a vacation trip relative. '

TASfir, DOLlCIOUS FOOD to Buckhannon, W. Va.. where' ,

Mizcje Drink -B..t ''on Draft they'visited Mr* Uddon's moth. GOOD NEIGHBORSThe .\
er and stater. good neighbor policy thatIs ,
HEAR ENE OH THE $OLOVOX Mr. and Mr*. Edgar K:r Martin prevalent along the Drive is 1

ani SEAFOODOUR and children-Peggy and,David', something to brag about. These
'ST and their houseguest. Joseph' light-hearted kindly people are 1 iI.
Aleslo of New York., who came'
not good neighbor from a sense
OUR SP TY from Plqua, Ohio, for the Mat- of duty but because they cannot I.h I. ,
J..ucn Beach SEYMOUR" GIDEON tox-Ensey wedding ana for $ help themselves. They are happy
Owner short vacation In their winter and show it by extending that
Of the Beautifu ndian River home In Walton, left last weekend happiness to their neighbor by
for home. Peggy is a graduate doing kindly act, cheering lonely .. .
of Vanderbilt University; hearts and uplift drooping
Dave will complete his engineer; heads. In a recent household accident It
Ing course this winter at Tri their were the swiftest
I State Engineering School In Indiana feet to go on errand and devise '
NOW and Joseph returns to the what to do In the emergency. ''j0
University of Michigan at Ann As was stated, "Mo wHere his '
Arbor. this person lived before where \
ARIVISTRiNG'SAfPHALt Mr. and Mrs, John Donal'En. neighbors stepped from their
fey of Walton spent Sunday with own doors in darkness and stormto 1 I
Mrs. Enscy't mother In Vero lend a helping hand." ThereIs 1 "
Beach. a spontaneity about these good I '
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings, neighbors that appeal and interest 1
TILE recent bridal pair from Talla- all who live along this \ '1
hasseespent the week end and thoroughfare.After .
: ,,1,
I Labor Day with his parents, Mr, '
and Mrs. Lane Jennings. of Wal- a three-day; rest at
We Aw
are pfcud to announce that we can you r ;
Bradentort Beach where
genuine Jrmstrong's Asphalt Tile. Expensive? No. I ton.Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Hubbard: were guest of NfL Ensey'i they*!*. ; I""

indeed. Bour, floor' can be custom .ined to fit and daughter Virginia, couldn'tget ter. Miss Jessie Miller, the En- '
your tpeCal need yet it will be fewest in price. away from Indian River although seys have returned home. ;" jJ.

Economiftt I to maintain, with ArmstrVig'i LinoglossWax they went to Michiganon Mr. R.' V. Ankeny of Ankona '.
to keeps it 4Ctory.briabt. And, since thefcolor goes all there was Indian River City and member for t heir luncheon )
they were two-month visitors of meeting Friday In Masonic Tem- ,
the look shabbyor
wa hrouh each tile--it can't eYe ;
Mr. and ,
Mrs. KubbareV parents ple, Fort Pierce. h'i
worJ Call us collect at Fort Pierc \799 and we Mrs. F. W. Rappel of Toledo, at Mr. and Mrs. Ruben T. Johnston
will bellad! to give you a free eitim.tfV>r visit our their summer home on Mullet after a number of weeks In :
howrofm s at 900 South Dixie In Fort P%rce. Lake. The Huggards returnedto Grand Rapids, Mich. with their 1(: : j
Ankona last week. son and family, Mr. and Mrs. I' "
Returning to Ankona Tuesday Sherrod Johnston, and daughter / 1\ (
were. Mr. and Mr Walter Van Linda, are now in North Carolina 1: l I !!tl fl '
Fossen who have spent the summer at the summer home of Johns
In Steubenvllle, Ohio, with' ton's sister Mrs. Hot-tense Ausleyof
their son and family and, in Wauchula. .
UFFIN-ECKER: I\c. Pittsburgh as guest of hilt sisters Mr and Mrs. C. H. Conant of mnuWiT r tijL't/1 1w

Mrs. W.D.,,, Frye and Miss Chicago have opened their, homeIn s....s..r .,4 i ; t
Eleanor; Van Fossen.y ''
Walton. -m
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FLOOR COVERINGSFORT Prior to Mrs. W. ?, Cochrane Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell .ijL''
leaving for a visit with her sister of Ankona left Saturday for a-i_ .
PIERCE, FLA. In Philadelphia there was asAsh-' Jacksonville'' where they were '
log party with their' neigh rs, called by death of a relative.' '

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I fit fitI Ii News I G. ... Wilkinson on their cruiser.\ Mr. and- -Mn M--",
j, :. I t A JLETES FOOT ITCH Kanancock. Va., with relatives Palm City boat CUf10rt
ride to the
( enjoyed a
I Salerno News They of ....
I' "I,' 3W TO STD >*T and friends I NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Lock and luncheon on board. last- and l.onllqlld, ,

I MAKE\S MWKJTE TEST Mr and Mr\* Charles Conradof tit. and Mrs B. C. Hodapp.en-' week u Eaeuis G TE. Tarts .1s... Awh Salerno Shore have received\ The County Agent's Column, GRETZINGERSVISIT ,Mr. Herbert Sudhofi ,
ti t *. P0 Tl.l l..tr $oyed| a family get-together from ,
(r $1 NGTH. 5.b., MORE SOCIAL IS HELD word Leon Owyer at Toms River, Friday to Monday afternoon. Mr. Correction Us w_

; ,da r l..t 1...KILL rune Rca A..A., Get ew.y NEW aS t..t N. i., who has been ill this sum By1 L M. Johnson and Mrs. Vernon Langford and, of farm property M j III.
{+ e1UAR1 w. co mer 1 Is much unproved aAd he children "Pe 5le" and Jaeque- wa *

H PACE L f' JI If'f Saw. t, a as, ;a a'. ,1 AT PEDERSEN and Mrs. Owyer\ will return\ to Attention' MartJn County farm- Clover generally grow! more ;, SEEKING I line Mr. and Mrs. Oeorn Ham-' in June.reported The low ttle to lf7

-- Salerno soon satlffac.torlly on dark, moist, mond and Herble and Jack, all <
ers:: 4 special meeting will beheld
CLIO Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Voris' new even poorly drained toll thanon of TltusvlUe, were down for the, eluding buildings M
ATV j home on the St. Lucie River being for all vegetable farmer light sandy or dark soils that NEW LOCATION week end. Grayer TheLoweBlteljcrea
,\ f 3 I FRIDAY built by Conrad will be com- of the county Tuesday night at are well drained. No> .drainage I Mr. and Mrs. Jon!': Leighton lying across thIj:

A d'I j : Abn pleted by October Arrangements 8 in the Seminole Inn, Indian- Is \better than, excessive drainage -: By MRS. ANNA B. DAY and children were guest last the property oltl.
V span, I : By SlRS. 0. D. QUGLEY have been made to ship their town. At }hls meeting the tabor for maintenance of clover: week at the Oscar Johnson homein Mrs. Martha Wuttw

Palm I I Ii 1 furniture. front Ihe north and problems for the coming 'season the Experiment Station .agronomist Mr. and Mr*. Robert Montgomery Fort Pierce the week end and
t 'c-I. A social fathering vu held at they will move In as soon as com will be discussed as well a* the i explained. : and ion, Bobby and Mrs., Mr and Mrs. Ralph Malloryand the home Of Mr Labor
WlthitacUtt "" >
; ,,1 ,I', the horn of Mn. Fred Pedersen pleted. This will be their permanent possibilities! of securing migrant As. most alover prefer a pH Montgomery' father. E. 8.Matte- children, Ralph Karen and Lane "wii.

i '' /\\1,11 ,I/ Friday! afternoon. Creeling cards home. i iI labor and tents for housing from I of 6 to T, or nearly neutral it ton returned home last week Jerry, attended the boat rata Cyrus HQv/ry( '
slbly It Mr. and Mn. 0. D: Quigley is advisable to have the soil to Penn at Fort Pierce Sunday. week
', :: were displayed by Mrs Chris the Florida Vegetable Committee. from a five-weeks trip from a fart Wet
Iel 'j t I Miller: Mrs. Charles Stiller won I and sons. Jesse and George! All farmers are Invited to' checked before planting. If soil ylvanla and Ohio In Erie Pa., Mr. and Mr. JImmie Tucker in Virginia ..It,, fneaa l
i; ,' ,l i i i if "< the door prize. Cake and punch Kathleen Stevenson\ ,Mr. and I attend this meeting. livery acid application of two' they visited at the home ofMatteaoni of Miami visited at the home of ptHomeDeraowatJ I
: !' ABSTRACYSS was served" by the hostess to Mi*. I Mra Tom Weathington and fam-f -- ton of ground limestone an son Penn W. and In! their mother. Mrs. Carmen Ilk: meet
: ';Ji JiJit' AND TITLE Martha Whittle, lairs .John D. 11$ and Mr. and Mn. Tllton were' Myrl Williams, rancher of In- : acre may not raise Its pH above Columbus at the home of till I and Mr*. Velma Butcher.,. '.. .J home of Monday Mr,. al, ?**
Pi I :t. ESTIGATIONDp Stevenson, Mrs Bobby Thompson (dinner guest of Mr, and Mr. dlantowii i* clearing and preparing 5 or 'B.5 but other factors being on, H, Porter Matteaon.. Midshipman Richard suanorrreturnest atipm. M embers LuCJ >,

;{ 1\ TIlL eceowsd' INSURANCE Mn. O. D. Quigley Mr..j George Brownlee Sunday 40 acre of soil which favorable clever planted on It Mr. and Mr. ROIl OreUlnger this week from several aN Invited Ind
/'' ; : Lewis. Jacobs Stiller R. L. DcLonch of Valdosta will do well. Usually, Iron months cruise In the Pacific. He t
', Mrs. Mrs. has pH reading of < to: without j very and, IOn. Robert, formerly of I Mrs 8. G.CrelV
I .Io'ld" FL RiDA Edward!: Cook of Alma, Oa, Mrs,, I Oa., called on his brother J. C. the addition ot lime. this 1 to S tons an acre of fOund Palm City, were Palm City vis flew home from Ban Francisco In Fort Pierce !
3 1\1'I' 1 1),I) Miller, Mrs. R. Mortennen and I DeLoach, Saturday at the homeof lend he will plant about Oct. I I calcic ,.limestone has been sutlclent hors last week. Gfttstnger, i and stopped over at Montgomery Church wl J ABSTR CT CO. \.1ft, Ernest King. The next MrM and hire. O. TO. Quigley, Louisiana White Dutch an4 to cope with soil acidity. who old his business In Stuart Ala, to visit friend He "
: JIM El meeting will be Wednesday at I Mr. and Mrs, Edward Cook and Black Medic Clovers In addition September Is a good time for even yean ago and moved te I expects to be here until Sept 18.I It Word from the Rev red.
f 'ifI : ) the home of Mrs I D. Stevenson. I daughter Elaine, of Alma. Oa,1 to Williams' planting, John j I applying the limestone broadcasron I Rochester, N. y., Is now Herbert Sudhoff. Jr., Js spending L. Packard of Antrtaf
I',I:, ', ?- s vis ORIDA I Mr C C Jacobs arrived home ,gpeyf Sept. 1 at the home of Haromy"Of Hobe Sound Is also the land. Drilling or disking for a buslneu location' I hi vacation here with Ito sports both In good beUu
"i i'J 'last week after two week In ana Mrs. Fred Pedersen going to plant 20 acrea.of White 'H not beeesa )'. section of Florida. Iookln'l artnts. He expects to return were looking for I flllll, st
I Mr.j
I .; J : '1I ;; --- ------ _.. i Elder :E.: E.: ,tSwearingen I.Dutch Clover mixture. When! If the pasture to be seeded to ,New York more than a I Sept.. 19 to the :.university in paring for winter, .
i clover la in carpet. Bahla Pan ,Gainesville. Mrs, ;Jim 1JI'lWJilncI)
; } 'South Riverside Church these"two ranchers are ready to ago and have been sightseeing b
t ? r / UST your. \looms Apartment, and Rental i la a Baptist revival at the;sow their clover the county agentwill Illola. or Bermuda grass, It should In most of the Western States MIll Ruth Roberts and Miss iiM Ill at the htom! Of f bet
1 "je tI\I\ Homes with .. conducting Church of Salerno, I have a demonstration showIng grazed down or mowed 80 Robert who wa about 12 when Men Wright arrived Monday Mr*. Fred Walton,rrton u
(''which i first Baptist the use of bacteria Inoculant the grass will not be more than here, ha been graduated from Iron Tallahassee at the home a week ago much bnm

,; i'{ FULFORD Its invited began Monday Everybody In the seed mixture. Some Mat- two inches hlgrr,before Nov 1. high school and spent two.years of Miss Roberts' mother Mr*. L. number of ]peoPle 1mB"
/tin County soil which has grown have about 500 pounds of 0-10-10 In the Navy. Their friends here J. Murphy They are both employed City attended the,roo.
I ,,"f.t Eatu. Mr. and Mra. Eddie Coolie and clover will be mixed with the or 0-14-10 an acre broadcast unl- ire glad to see them return' there In the offices of day at Okeechobe.
j. ,\ suns, huddle and David, of Fort, I formly It, and 9 Of the Florida 't
I. BUYIN SISLUNG RENTING wed to further insure a good over pounds LeRoy Plnney la expecting to IndustrialCommission C. Tucker. Dr lihog j.
I Pierce spent Labor Day week end inoculation which Is the clover seed an acre broadens and art on vacation. Mra. Jack
< il'', g' j OII:U 11' MANAGEMENT answer leave this week for Arlington, Ukk,, has lliall
1 ,:'here at the home of Mr. and growth of clover over It during the first rainy! Mrs. R. T. Jackson of Oolden his family ",
'rito :?. O. Box No. 4 Mrs. J. L. Terry. : d.rUI N. J, due to the sale of the Pln Planets
period after fertilization. date Sunday visitor at
J t home located there, He will was a to a return ,1 I uthmtuito
-.1' I. all::! !IIorlh Colorado Avenue I Robert Saunderson left Mop- In fertilizing land and planting ney return her soon. the home of Mr. and Mr. J, X. Johnny, a H< :. mpwv!(

r\ I !Phone 317 I day for New Jersey for a rt.ilt."J. There is considerable interest it to clover disking and covering Leighton. Lower by the Bel) Teleuhontfw.ItfNERSPRING .......
Mr. and Mn. John ---- -
1 [ t : Stuart t Florida I A. Siocklcy made 4 roundtrip Iin the seeding ot Improved pasture are not necessary and children' visited l over the-
: Bahia Louisiana White Dutch Persian -
air 1. I to-common Any
M Washington by Sept. grass. week end In Orlando at the homeof
rancher'who ike to a'' Hop California Bur Black J MAr11
d I.rp would see
Mrs. H. M. Vorls and sister. I : Mr. and Mrs U O.Thompsonand
Hubam Crimson and
Medic ,
pasture completely covered withI
Mrs. pstelltf Degklrch of Jensen and
I common Bahia grass should visit i :yellow clover have produced i
Beach and East St. Louts, 111..
1 the L. latlsfactorlly on suitable soils Mr: and Mr*. Herbert Sudhoff BOX
ranch of R. "Sam" Chastkln SPRING
'p culled on Mrs Mary Chandler;
REA EST Ei I located about half way between In the State. Seed should be were the guests during Labor
and Mrs. Charles Conrad of Salerno on'6
of Mr. and legs
Day afternoon
t'I Shniej Thursday. Mrs I t Indlantown and Port property inoculated before plant Mra.I
I i'I Mayors on the Indlantown Road, ng, and planting should be don
Conrad served Ice cream I.
I Homesitls and Waterfron ge cuke Mrs. Vorls and Mrs. Beg j Chastaln ho one ot the few In rainy, weather Seeding'rates $69. Value $59
ReasonableNew I labia grass pasture in this range from J:I to 8 IDS. an acre. FOOT SPECIALIST >
kirch will leave lor their nome
I To obtain vigorous growth on '' JN OR DOUBLE SIZE
,. Address*4th Street, Opp /ate School7JOE" In East: St. Louis next .veek. area. I -r..1stHoW '
f established clover pastures.. OrKllllnger Paw
I I I' Mr and Mrs. Wagner of For If It would be any satisfactionto said. It Is well to applY awraEa rt- 1q.a.aw I Ft PiVce ,Sleep SI/p r
j leI L PORTE.
Lauderdale called on Mrs. Mary
t I those who have been stung from 400 to 600 pounds of 01010or '
; Chandler last week. by bees to know that the bee 0-14-10 an acre In late October I Fort Pierc, FU. 0 N. 2nd St. Phone?N

: 'f; r 0 0 BIN j I Mt and Mrs. C. L. Mooney dies after inflicting the sting or early November. If the cloverIs -I :

I who have been on a month VicaI the following Item from the several yeaN -old. it Is advls
.I'':, ..' ), | tlon In the North are expected I USDA bulletin should bring able to check the pH of the soil

J home this week. comfort: "The Rocklana County.. and apply limestone.if necessary
,iJ l Mrs J.. L Shane and son Hor- N. Y., Beekeepers Association at Wes\Palm Beach Dfofectory

; I ace, and granddaughter, MarJ-] the expense of IS lumps" and 15
'i: orie Platt, of Melbourne Mr. and lives proved in mid-June that a Palm City New When In We'sVpaln'
Beach Theo
slt [: "', I I Mrs. Bert Hagan of DeLand, Mr female bee definitely doe dl.* Firm Apprecia/ \our Pstroniji

I i and Mrs W. B. Arnold and children. after plugging her stinger into By )Utl!. ANNA B. DAY
r SLEY Mr and Mrs. William Finger genus Homo Sapiens She cannot
: .'' and Mr. and Mrs. Odell De- unscrew the stinger and fly merrily Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sudhof BADCOCK ..u reoas.. to sae MaRa.. A W H 0 R II I

: ( '"' Loach and children of Fort off to sting another day, for were Aug. 29 dinner guests In C777.py.s ROOF CO'
PLUJMBING 512 Clematis
Port Pierce at the Home qf he St. q
I|Pierce called on Mr. and Mrs. every time she flew off and leftIt
JOB -CONTRACTING Shelby McCullen Sunday.Mr behind she definitely died as a*., mother and step-father who Furniturei and RoorIncease WA
is were celebrating jhelr wedding
i ii'' and Mm H H Thlesnen, result of sitting down on a manfarm Haute:>> rurnuhlngaSAME y 1 HzAxme-vary macLRRayeg
Prompt, Efficient Servictl-- All Work Guaranteed ,New and pushing. The bee HmUveriuiry. ;
,,; [ Hyde Park Long Island Hugh T: Kldd of Richmond, .. warurROOnd
1 ) I either is GUY a
-, NIGHT UR DAY !called on Mr and Mrs. Charles don't know it suicide toIndulge Va., arrived Aug. 19 to be a guest
I Conrad last week. Thlessen has' in such behavior or else
I for a few days" at the Budhoff
Just Phdne 246 been a friend of Conrad's for they idcn't give a .buzz. Somebody home.
.t' !: ought to ten them these
years and Is a building contractor -
; /, Fred Orman wa an Aug. 28
things! .
In Long bland. The couple dinner 'guest or Mr. and Mf'IJack \. '
I. left for Miami and Cuba. Llsk. Mr*. Orman returned -
: Farmers who
1, Mrs. John Simmons of Rhine, plan to plant last week from Tallahassee -
Ij> clover in October and
,' River. N J., who owned a home: November where she has completeda
I f here and spent several wintersIn for winter and spring grazing post-graduate course this sum-
tic I '
i It died two weeks ago tel Vermont -- should be preparing their land, I HI ALiTY
:. : while with her daughter. obtaining seed and attending to mer.The ,
other details new so they will United States makes
'j[ Highest cask Mrs Simmons was 73 and been more
/ Your'USED In 111 health for year.. Simmons be ready to seed the crop when than 50 per cent of the world's .
/ Paid For
planting time arrives and the paper and use mohan 00
died few at theage
a years ago
CAR of S3. Mrs. Simmons waswellknown weather Is favorable, according per cent of the world supply. Import .
i ,:_, i j to Dr. Gordon Kllllnger of the *make up the differencebeiween -
Set Us Before here and was an active -

'dI .4'' / You Trade Sell or Methodist member;Church.Mr In .the Southern Florida Station.'Agricultural Experiment I'we use what we make 'and what FOR Y NiCKEL(

/ ,
and Mrs. Frits Anderson
,; I f SUNRISE OTOR OMPANY and daughter Sallle Lee. arrived Waterfront

< sites a. Dixie rosy PIERCE PHONE tea last week after spending the 'Properties
-- --- summer In Atlantic City,
\ t Jane Baldwin and Mildred Along the Indian and fit. ,Lucl rivers and Hob*' Sound. i ii

Allman left Monday to start Ocean J'ron1lllle

LIBERAK ALLOWANCE nurse's hospital.training In a' Philadelphia i .

t \ WILL GIVEN ON VOUR Mrs; Fred Pedersen was a -a ) 1 t

,I III 1l business caller in West Palm e a5Ipep
rt l OLD TIE S and BATO-ERIES Beach Friday. let \. "'I Itr ,

The Civic\ Club entertained .
ATSALERNO Labor Day with a beach party. i = ? ")

Boats left Sheium's fish houseat
t yt 10:30.: A scarf was won I by;
Mrs. P J. Bcotten. -P.

II STATION School opened Tuesday with

an enrollment of 60. Mrs. Mary I.
t Sampley Is principal and teacher
4 U/s. No. 1 AT SALERNO ROAD of the 6th and 6th grades, Mrs. 5.0

Julia Cathey the 3rd and 4th are/.
ON PURCHASE OF NEW grade, and Mrs. Haney Shelton

1st and 2nd grade. Mrs. Fred /I p
Tires and Batte
moco es Pedersen as lunch room manager -

VESTIGATEl( BUY NOIVJ I !Mrs.. Lewie Jacobs entertained i

'' Sunday with a birthday partyat
IHt Quick, Courteous, Efficient Seri George's Cafe in honor of ,6

Billy Jacobs. After the party

swimming was enjoyed at South
C. E. BEEDLE, Owner Fork

Mr*. Martha Whittle spent
P O. Box 136 Sa no Labor Day at the home of her \ I Ir Ista.

yi daughter Mrs. S. E. Lane, and .,
family In Palm City. t

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PAiN1'8 of Ins ed and Unhmp ved Proyertles
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Hobe Sound ,Lumber & Supply Co., Inc.* c.{state WArW1g014T ARBOG l7AriTW fasazIRn STwt PALH'' 4 EACH 10Tnae geasl COCACCOLA AVTNOIIIV 'or till SOca.CoiA BOTTLING COK AMY IT COMPAQ M

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lII.un:!I BIGGEST, out-migration rend, In til of PONDS IN'-STATE- 616 in January 1942-an Increase QUITCLAIMS. WIIII&. e.Pkhlmd) ...t" aw .11I.............
,TlOH) I ( P. .. ". c.thbert o..re rti us w c. IS. "
the State .except Florida, acCOrding POSITIONS OPEN SHOW INCREASEfarm EvergladesAre of 13J during a nve.-yeaj period C.Knn"tb W, C..lhb Yotrant.rt w ....tl.m P. \....... N ... a. '
to Bureau W.rMii Tmtor M .1 l t* '.......I''h 0 Lrttl)* M Pommr (6 C ex< Csce. J '
States Of th* Southeast of the Census I The reservation Include one a- PoN ....a "**"' C"l>">' H *: 3. h I
and fish con- i
estimate* wade public by C. pond Open Book County'whlch consistsof Aldoea Pudk K vlr I I. C, A. 8. OweN K4. ,
Ml1sfaalpt 1. Tefinesd Parker i IN CIVil SERVICE slructe<. In Florida now total 371 \ .. BIlM II., I>/IM. I to! lUrtin CV.u.t=. "
Persona, regional directorof I : .....ItJ.. _tiow" U lUWt B, flit ..
Georgia and the and represent an Increase of 103 42000 acres where 78 to 100 !1("Tn: O.MSe.M 1.ltari.to brl) t Sis.u l ftli-m., .... > f'
..pIcked up} J2SOOO In the 0 8, Department of' Commerce per cent In the number of ponds To'Seninoe/ Seminoles live: Brighton' reservation ....... -- I
I sine the first of last year, the of 31000 acres where 100 -
total population! between iA J1 of the State Florida A Yew series of Civil Service research and Industrial divisionof to 150 Indians live, and Danla SAP a',!1 1a
i eteept have been U. For'
eontlflnlng openings announcedby
11847 1>> despiU the Florida State Chamber of reservation of 475 acres for, 10 to '
have experienced a peat, the Civil Service Commission Commerce stated} yesterday Its Fort Mver i/TV-The) beautiful 1} famine The State Seminole

,'War Out-migration) averaging 47- with varying deadline lor filing weekly business review but mysterious Florida Everglades reservation contain! 108000acres R G, ,..: Repairs: : .and I
000 each annually, Person said applications. "Of the completed total ,17} are an open book!\: to the SERVICE a
u.twr "Kaa! s. Greatest Increase. In total popu- Engineering aids and various ponds are artutcally constructed Seminole Indians These Indians have Improved\ p..fg '(',
positions on sea-going hopper 'and classified- farm ponds The alligator Is their friend; their economic condition by taking I
IMa and 1941 dredge< are being sought by the i sine their principal purpose is tpanther, their meat' They farm Jobs, \bunting) for frog '
came In Florida which registered: V!, 8, Engineers In Jacksonville BAUER : "L
to serve as farm reservoirs These know the remotest ponds and legs for market, cattle enterprises ARNOLD ; i
a lain of to.oooml .
No written tests are
required ,
rivers and the bulb Industry.
ponds, in addition, are stocked
THIS00D applicants will be rated on their with it'llThe remainder, or 199 For the white men, the Everglades Their home are open air shel, St. Lucle Boulevarl bone 142-W > t
FIT BY experience and education and I I ponds, ,are fish ponds These still hold many secrets; tars known as cblckees, built of '
NEWSOMBINATIOH bids will be received Indeflnltel"j,may be either artificial or 1m but not for the Indians native material generally cypress --'-- -- --- ----
Applications will proved natural pond, stocked The Seminoles have had M pole for tl frame work "
[ YG {In Washington Until Tuesdafj with fish fertilized and kept recognized chief for more than with a thatched root made of r 1\'
for a printers assistant examination cleared of Vegetable'growth and (too years-not since Chief\ Osceola. palmetto frofids During coldor From who I sit y/ Joe Marsh
II, HOMI TOWN PAMft Age limit are 18-45, undesirable fish. died hi: prison at Fort Moul- stormy weather, the side are je ,
ee Me, '*..HTM pay la $1.10 an hour'and a written i -In addition to the ponds now trieS, C., Jan. 30, 1838. closed by heavy carrots A raised .'
need H krlMM v ill test >tt required Applications completed in, Florida 342 more The Florida Seminoles numbered platform serves as a floor,and 1I
M Ivt she vee lee.In a for engineer and elevator are planned and In various stage 749 in June 1947?against sleeping place. I Great ''
p. operator potts in or near Wash-
,_._ _iinmrteiii tvmttP lot construction."The .
Ington will be received until '
Mtim e.i.n rkl< development Qf the farm 'A rican Trait
P further notice but the latter Is Courteous Over QuarterDependable r I II I
M urea r* yen N yws and fish ponds program Is an I
hers T *'' l* La t open only to those entitled to i Important part of the work ofthe I Ii Century Florida : ,
cod tnHiFt*. veteran preference No written r
i M \ Soil Conservation' Service Service Experience '
) I 1 always think It does k nthits
MIWM| Sad kiNnMHMM test is required for either !i new, syi I. farmer for the of
.? Ie M wktHhiM O D NUR.; Openings for miscellaneous'office designed (or farm' betterment In paper editor good U get out ft bis cV Vusln, the tolerance of

CHRISTIAN. $CIINCIhilt. ONCE is of anI machine operators, elevator Income supplementing. providing diet,ready augmenting water I Abstract & Title Insurance behind his desk and see how s folks VoVote one way towards .
mechanics and mining engineers In other parts of America I lo. and those wta another; the tolerance i
kmlih d Mii for stock, recreation: and MEMBERS OFl
MM I wafer
Mt-lmnr. MMwnlhr, an Ex e. .. are announced with a written ,control facilities FLORIDA TITLE ASSOCIATION think, and act. of \ who prefer spring
.11,w''.wish pie. lent Never' I It'sr test required only of. the former. AMERICAN TITLE ASSOCIAT And that'*what 1've *>M doing water ton\'\ those who enjoy a
Age limits'are IS 6] for each NOW I
TIM CluMie ScleMCi BURT FRUITY moderate like
I b\\ beer
I aoy s. STATES then past weeks, -toting the gS I
Elevator bids must be In
r an INV TMENTIN post' IS GAME WARDEN wbfr\Vit
/ G..eaW Vka-Pr. tv" from Tta '
country Michlg Texas, From It thit
IN t..der siehls sewN by Sept. J4. office operators by Burt Pruitt of Pruitt';.,Fish great
"Tb. Cheieti.uIr.e SEC IT, Sept, 21 and the miners until California to MaineyF, a mighty American traifW t.ler.neS-rs.
Ranch on the North Fork tit
Yl be News," encouraging expcrUFce. Not for Inditlutl '
w. June 30, 1949.Applications. AGENTS only upset tastes and
all the st. Lucie River has lust been brcaun of the diJFwfnt hhertlt that M\n
from the general '' I AMERKAN INSURANCIt CO. points of *- ,this country
e ecM ta- solicited 'appointed an honorary !Rams Id.assn view you ran Lets neniV! itl) ,
public are for an examination jMobat because strong TMkKnrt,__>_M. _$.le. by the 5th U S. Civil warden-with full power to make Ea oven, oa.eoOtkN % *f the talerfjM' which reconcile
arrests for violations of the freshwater
hl.... M.ew'a. Bervlce gl'a'a In Atlahta forprobational I II fishing and hunting laws those differgtn points at view. :
.,a..r.s 1 S,Mss,.a IA..wr ( to permanent I / : Ar.b.r. .a e.Nrrs. I
ar M Y'derlwyis ED M classified! appointment in !II The appointment was made by ., ,. pb.w ass Fl.rid. I mean a tolerance of a Penn- ,
T e Cb..Hsi 1.5... P I Ben C Morgan, executive dlrector -
Federal agencies In the five
M Mss. 1 ew1w. 11.Isi. I of the Fresh Water Fish It I
4 {I Southeastern Status to the nosltlon -
EALTO Game CommissIon. Cafyniht,194i, United SUM Brewers Fm foe
of telephone operator and .
-- --- --
-- -- -- -- -- -- --------- ---- -
0. Arced supervisor, grades CAF-l through
.i Phone 19ladd CAF-8, with entrance salSrles .' /' 0111Polic I
I ranging from 12,088 through $3,- 011
111 a year. A written test Is required "
(M..) 55.5. and applications must be I : '
received In Atlanta bv Spot 22 't
I Engineering aids also are being ;
sought for various South'
Coml>i./GfI} tIu4""d will I eastern Federal agencies some '
,In Florida. Applications must
dl--wi" PONTiAclivcries
dn.ss" desert bodh
be In by Sept. 30/. Also through
Atlanta draftsman' positions In .. : \
s300t tthe same area are,' M be filled 'w ;
with nd written test and bids '
I received Indefinitely, These same
renditions hold for filling posIf \' !
lions medical and X-ray technicians and Prieesi i
paying entrance salaries l.
I ranging from 2.284 to 3727.20 + ,
I year for duty In Alabama, Florida
I Georgia South Carolina end i iI 'j
I Tennessee Applicants to qualify i ... ..
I must have had active technical! I I Ii Despite t ac that Pontiac has built-over'a halfare among the ma'nY' people who feel far Pontlaif ". ,: I' ,
clinical or research laboratory :
i experience\ ? '_0 '' ,. I million Caft' the resumption of production after represent an outstanding value-and nh to order '.. '%

: these r Further Jobs may Information be tenured diall from I .\.the. war, demand sultocceeds supply"In the face of this a Pontiac for future delivery-yo m be interested ",: 3"

r Mrs Gertrude Mlnnehan at the' production record, "tftftse who place orders now in the following policy on reta' 'distribution which ""
.. "
ttiart Post
x will still experience so vdelav in delivery If you 'we, as Pontiac! dealers, will observe: W .:

; RAIN IN AUGUST ...11..<

The City of Stuart received definite proportion of the car we receive from rule most of our customert order, thet? ,'J'f;

bye Your used(lort sing eonf you ie symbolised dip .. Let I X484 during Inches August of ,rain-record'on 20 days, of. | factory i II let aside for preferential delivery toi quipped with accessories we do not Jerre acresus -'.:';::;

the erred word.rick I father Observer John N, Mann i whose work i* Id the public welfare and t aeries as a condition of sale You specify 'what ""sothe ', ,
th ring i bee wed" ran ilowly, show The total Is .03 Inch be- when and .
with certain occupational accessories you want ordering your car
e y, too fully. Choose her ring requiremecOlknjiill ::
it M CTrcIJtr Let in sdvue you; low the August normal *lth the orders viII tt filled tit thi taaiftht these are the ones (and the only ones) it will carry -:, '
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heaviest fall coming ,on Aug.
u> reputation\owes precious tees I "
WANT YOUR ORDER whende1iveredSomeirem.maybe'l.ddngd..ro
ihM a haety Ml I when 38 Inch was recorded lints ubtit tj sir rtctittJ
I The total of'3231 Inches for And the sooner you place it, the sooner yon will Bet current'shortages; but IKHU mil h ""iI<
TERMS A AMGEDr the first two-thirds of the year delivery So if'.you want a Pontiac, order jt. now !
;is about an Inch below normal. YOU PAY OVCTORY-SUGGEJ/fD PRICE REGARDING TRADE-INS ,: "
r The September normal of 972, ,
Inches Is the year*'hIghest. WE WILL ESTIMATE DELIVERY DATE Due to changing pnomtc conAjfnt, we cannot, Naturally i if you have a'car to trade we would' t: '

Due to conditions beyond our control, we) cannot when you place yo9t order, ftJ you exactly howlike to have it in order to take car of our regular I "

JOINT MEETING: SET; "overed giJ you an exact date of delivery, But bated on much the car will cosiVhen (isTwercd! In the future, used car customers. Oar appraisal are fair. based 'I'
A Joint meeting for a
dish supper of Harold Johns Post anticipated (future shipments front! the factory, we But, at the time of de/Hytf/ you will be charged on current conditions! But! if you do not have a lIt':,

ws 62, American Legion and Its will,when you place your order, give)'OU'D honest only the factory suggest< Ijrice on your model Car to tbrn in, we still want your order and will-: "

Auxiliary will be held at East estimate of,when you may expect your car, Such which will be shown (Vhluhed list of local accept it for delivery, based on the condition out : : s
5th at 7 "
St headquarter
pm ,
estimates will be reviewed time on prices.. lined above
tomorrow, any 'request \ .wyr -"
Since this is out "home town'; our business d Its preases us more\ than to turn over the keys oC.. ::: ,

),,: ;' M future is based on our good relation with people a new IVitiac to one of the many people whose 4' ,I'
June is a Popular PARTY LINER* te, a' r, of( this community. We are most happy so many orders we\jve, because we know they haw chosen : ,1
',I ': ''I ;/' people here-as all over the countrvXbave made well-for' Ponuac i I. alunyt, 4 thonatgbtj good tar, wad I : I Iq

Pontiac their number one choice as a Jfew car. s tlxinufhty ga" 4 flnt his year next year', toy year. +\r ',: ,
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". : '' Ce,!"" $1,848 $1,696 Sedan Cnmpe. ', $1,830 $1,877': '
I Sport Co.". 1,700 1,747 Of fax Srdan Coupe 1,9I9 1,967 :J. "I

,"..,',.'i, \ ":,I '/,"'' 'l", D. Las. Spar! Cape .e 1,789 1,837 -""", SvJam c 1,880 1,928 2 :' /I( \ ,

'>/ : '!fA Z-De..' .Sedan. : t,731 1.778 De LaX "-"e.r S,,4m* e 1.970 ,017 : '

S' Sedaw ''C..". '. 1,762 1.809 S,." .* Sages 2,530 2,578 ",..;:

'.... 'De ""Jlfl 8.dww Ceap 1,852 '.899 !'. l.a.r. Stall** U .g." 08 2,656 ,

i 4.D..;. Sedwa 1,789 1,837 I IDc

I It IAJltt 4-Deer dwss a : The foregoing factory-suggested local del? red pIrtc.e
1,879' ..,926 for each ef the 15 model available. Accessories: optional t ,

',' D., L.txe f..r. fife It 2,173 2,220 equipment Iicenae-- xtra." Price. *. are abject W change

t without notice .

,*,,.... \ STANDAXD pQUItMENT tt l _Trfr ,. ." ImeluJai Span. ales, luhe and wheel; bumper aoi"bumper 1
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Z S penunent oil. cleeMr) dfu llghuti. uh. nalnnf dual, nrbutttir (l-c/H o dtlij .ueei'.el 'dMMHght l ,
and outdd* loc| 61 both front doom Dfl LUXB EQUIfMEW/! AwWtf, lit UM I* _>.<
;' : '."r Tmj4oM bnadckMh busses type uphobnryj de" steering word, electric clock: chran frost feade. I Fsnouldls&.i

tal' J.. o\\e ', "r ..I. ss.1.b..rsd.I rear fender gravel guardit; chrome plated bed, discs (except etiiloei "..).

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1:0: U : Although more than 300 years :===:aocroc5S==aotaoc== aoeaei r MonmUccwrl MN.s. .---
Hobe Sound News .. '' MB. ....
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I, ;} have passed since the pioneersbuilt SUBSIDIESTO jyijaoaoc Pwrlall Ckvnkrinl 1At' Sara. fit .... ...
'; ,,, their first lot tablns InV Florida I I By MARIE BRODRICK i Civic Association u 55t5-al. 111Nso.. ... ,
t j : Salerno J Joc30i PT/eriq ,,a..iI w Sari. aC .I ;nne"s"a?III
t America, wood it still the favorite I. tlml MIMtoM, n. rN aelq .
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I 'I material out home build Ferris Wheel Mrs Russell, Allabaugh. entertained FLORIDA o8y GLADYS a PERU :loc=::100*) ft. u. 'oHlM, to Cul U ...... 11.-. a. ''''.M..ti"eJ; :::
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,".1 ers.. at home in Honor of Allabaugh's =::: => 1_ v. OuM .t w to F...JIr .jLou see \
The. first Youth NighVat 'the Watch for1' notice ol these ret v.......,. c., LIlli I:
t' birthday Tuesday\ eve. ........, .. knew
:' 1 I X. C. Se tor lint >4 r>l ...... Ce.aq
FACE I By HORTENSE K. WELLS nlng HIt birthday: was Sept. Salerno Civic Center was well together. and do your part by Ae..
II I'f After two weeks of what w. 1. Cards were played and ice FARMERS DROP attended and Mr. and Mr..le.clt' attending, 1 -:---

; Jokingly call vacation, during cream and cake served to Mr Saunderson reported, an orderly: Since last Wednesday evening
CUD I f 14 I which lime we did more work and Mrs. Russell Allabaugh Mr. and sociable evening. Mr and .si stormy ther VIM uui. large\ FLOWERS Far All OCCA38J
ATVI li 1 and Mrs. Thomas Brodrlck and Production and .
\ I < subsidy payments : Mrs. Blanton'wtI1 be the chap!
than In the (0 of the
r ,1 remaining '
attendance at the"meeting. President
( s Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brodrick to Florida farmers. by the crones at tomorrow night's youth BOUQOtTS CORSAGES
' A* 1, I year, '-we are back on 'the Job and daughter, Marie Ann, Federal,Government dropped 33 gathering. i Charles Conrad has not as a r. t CUT, |FIp

spanPam 1. and confidentially,we're through Donald St. Onge left Sunday per cent last :year from 1945, the. Labor Pay: will find the Civic I yet been able to attend meetings. LORAL ARRANGEMENTS

'I I with: .vacations 14 such for New Orleans where be will I year In which the State' farm I Association members off on a but he I'recovering 'rom his DOMESTIC and IMPORTED
WttWfacllH i. : H. Cxy I during t that period we heard resume his studies as a sophomore ers received the greatest amount beach party to which they will serious Illness at his :nome. CERAMU
I I'' at Tulane University of financial aid from the Government carry picnic lunches The next card party Is ..Iatedtonight.
f j .1, I a lot of talk about the Wallace Dan Shaw the research and industrial Th Saturday: afternoon work Let us have a big SMITH' LORAL & 0117/5
and son Harold,
elbly convention U one of the
division of put this party
the Florida turnout and really
I under Vice-President :
; left Sept. 1 for South Bend, Ind, parties
.... I' 1 about muchly:subjects discussed of these and days written and to be with Mrs. Shaw whounder.. State Chamber of Commerce Saunderson have resumed, andit over to break all records, for VVKWIRE FLOWERS

t' r times Via radio. It smacked went an operation' there Tues stated yesterday in Its weekly; U urged that everyone who .funds\ are low and everyone's cooperation Arcade Bldg. 5th St 't. Pierce p
I' '],' ...--- day. While Id"South Bend, they business review possibly can cooperate to finish b needed. Mrs. Lois
"Last a total of 14284.000, Saunderson will be the hostess
will awe with MI'IL8h.w' .1. y We Have Moved\ Our New Store' .-W, I:-Oam r. j.f"ri i classified broadly: as eonserva .Refreshment will be on' and a good time Is assured to
Smedburg 'Is staying at the tlon (111,445,000and) sugar production hand/; for workers everyone. who attends.SATISFACTION ( .
307' E. Fourth Street assistance ($839,0(0)), Mrs. Miller is planning afternoon -I ---- ,.. --
Shaw residence!!} during their absence ,
was paid to those farmers' In gatherings at various I ... .. or MOHTCACC.. .ljPmllm Our Mac! Shy
t1 USED (:'ilia. 5.s' f 81..0to A.
NEW and FURNITURE\ Jerry; Campbell of West Palm Florida who qualified under neighbor homes) to exhibit the SU.M.... a
t' B. MINSCHKE Beach left Sunday for Gordon'sMilitary these two programs stationery, cards for all occasion Corn. .. WUklMM I. II. 1C. Gmkui.XJSM&JS ,
3'f : \llri tti sea *"
"The decline In Government
and Christmas assortmentsshe :
Academy In Georgia it han3k
: : Fully Equipped
+ .. ... t
to Florida farmers 1.11
Jerry is the nephew of Mr. and payments 1s selling for the benefit of Laale BolM .u. cams
l '
l" 111101111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIuiIIIIIIIIIilllilllllli111111111111111h11111 11111111111111 1111113.I Mrs.' Arthur' Wilmot of. Jupiter due primarily to the cessation of the building fund They: are fine Metal Work. Brii our Fa anylypil
: Island. the production payments to quality\ : goods, for a reasonable ,
I 'i >sY GRINER'SRIVERSIDE i9 Miss Diane and Master Douglas dairies, a plan adopted as a war price, and worth consideration, Ask for it by name..... Repairs to Vt.jffc have a s ed
RESTAURANT E Lester have returned, home measure. Only: negligible especially since every sale helps ff o
t after a one-week with relatives amounts were paid in the State with the expenses of the build\ tor charge it't made ofVuft
4 SPECIAL MENU EVERY DAY in' Miami visit during the war Jor potato; truck ing. It is not necessary! to. pay* needs Machjle Work

Fr\d Chicken, Steaks, Oyster and Shritfp; i Mrs Anna Brodrick who Is and beef production and nothing at the time you_give the order. See Us.

i B HOME COOKED / i spending .the summer with her ,since"The 1945.eontinulnt'conservation/ ,
daughter Mra R. W Belles, in
Tasty, Delicious Food
programs under which paymentswere RY CLUB '
Kingston, Pa.,was surprised witha
party there in. honor of her made in 1947 deal primarily: ART Nw MMGII STUART MARINE SERVICED
,I'' I MI ALBERT GRIN Rr' birthday on Aug. '28. with farm improvement and are IiAR
entered Into the
i voluntarily by
s \ Drive In Curb Service: Mrs. John Smedberg visited ,
Individual farmer. The 1947 total r Phone 33
,, i g V MILE NtoTH SI LUCIE RIVER BRIDGE ON tfo. NO. | Russell Mrs.. Thomas Allabaugh Brodrick Friday and Mrs. payments were greater by 22 a >ti ::A 6RAPITIEftliaac
: nt"
': TlllllllllllMIIIMIIIIIlVlllllllllnilHIIIIIIIItlllllHIIIIII!! !.'.! UIIIIlJIllllllllllllllllMlliiWearinV Mrs English, principal of the, per cent than payments, madeIn .
1939 because of Increased l coverage -- '- --w -+
11" :"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! 1111111111111111I11I1111111111111I11I1111I 1111111111111111111111k' !: -
; of the conservation pro--
f ;, = ) Apparel of 'Distinction strongly of other broadcasts In! grama." & r TrI,
a 1938-39, when the: name of the 1 Dollar ray
Y l'L' "s Vo. I Rabblerouser was Hitler school here, and her two children

i' i Instead of Wallace'Taylor or lave returned from Tallahassee. Spent .
vlarcantonlo, but the audience Mrs. English attendee i summer MARTIN COUNTYBUSINESS .
Home r rAtf
= At
reaction was startlingly alike. classes there >
'r.t We had intended that conven- Donald Bowdln celebrated hU '
tion to W the subject of this 17th birthday Sunday. "
i i.Itl piece bu.t.It has been so adequately Hay Randall, son of Mr. and I Il '
covered by so many others lairs. Rance Randall, left Sunday '
particularly one Paul Galileo for Springfield. N. J. He ha "
.Ph = N.N *,1 SI DEPARTMENT LUCIE COUNTY TO1OPPOSII jlAKK that we have decided to let been visiting with his parents Your Business Card In This i Secttoh.Every Week Will Bring You Busineu1 f
it go at that and write. instead, for three weeks. .
:: 109 So. Second Strict I Fort Pierce "e:11111IIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIlullIHI.i -- --
J :; _. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIII! llllllllllllllllllllliiiillllllr: of Galileo.' This gentleman, entirely -I Mrs. Donald Coleman and -- _
unbeknownst to him. is on son, David Marvin,have returned .
the verge. of becoming our fav- to their home from Martin Buy The Be t/I HWne protection Plamb'- (Docb.
A do Heating IF )
orite ,
f fi plecewrltet.HIt bounty Hospital.'Coleman' left J.lousw'i ,, I
Pence Construction Co. salty comments on the be- Sunday: 'for Fort ,Jackson, S. C.. / GENERA Aluminum t 'ingl eat Metal sawallifj.Bolt
orchlded ladles of the Republican after re-enlisting In the Army. I
: Phoke convention and Indirectlyon Walter Bryan, 'son' of Mrs. I ELECTRI Storm Shutter PUMPING'IY TIM5S. "

If3I all female convention at- Pearl Bryan, left Saturday for Appliance Ventilat J.s T. Inn w T. 5. I5 Ho
D-7 iith tenders. caused us to take a good Kansas after spending several.
Bulldozer Blide
I Rake Rain Contro
i or long look at-those at the Demo- weeks furlough with his mother. hen, Laundry,, and Glare All TOpei Of I iii
i Also 1/y" rd D gline cratic convention and also at Walter Is stationed there with Cab ts i and all anti Beauty Pri ARTPLUMBINGETAL ..IraclicdIva
Galileo, who proved:! to be of the the Army: $p liances* Radios WORKS
See Us Fd tall dark and handsome variety: Miss Marietta Moore of West M TIN COUNT Shutter Pr ctsIi ox ese TayP.

Clearing Grming&i Ditching with a slightly sardonic cut to Palm Beach spent the week end Ill
his Jib. with her parents, Mr. and,Mrs. PHONESs D. NlskaIS M SEon
L Ii e4e NN aey N Se a PH ,1I
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Diking From hi* writings,though sot'rom William Moors of Gomes.Mr. ,_ 75 : I
I his conversation he seemedto and Mrs. Edward Austls
regard women sufficiently interested and children of West Palm Beach I ,4p.4 -
in' politic to attend visited with Mr. and Mrs.. James I
1rf .I conventions as some strange sort Black. ituartAiEo P' I Get Mill sat 1 1RECAj
of critter.who lived In a kind of ,
a lI
ILLY ? vacuum l between conventions
lfl1tG SA1t1 IN ItIRJEbs71R L fAL ORDER OF Cam '
oat o I For the information of Galileo:
:we made ft rather casual surveyof MOOSE Uncle Billy sez. YOU TIa.IN
e.. Rm More So Than Risking the feminine half of the Florida IMRT LODGE Me Cottage ,. I
MEETs see P. M. Mojbrn m. a 1
I 1 TNEStiIflaCDJRAt delegation. All but one used I.lu4 sd WEDNESDAY! AndBBVailer Con (a.N.iwti.plNlwS.A I lop Ito'"....... C-U r. W1IU.-.I. ..r M"e AMrNL'r' ,
+nKnuvtbN our New Home By the title "Mrs. ;" the youngest was I EACH MONTH ,
BUYAMIR? 25 and for diplomatic reasons, Moose Home RCNTALPI Y bAY, WEE 011 I vat /r.
,h Inadequate or we quote no further statistics on e, EDELAL HIGHWAY MONTH
this'detail. Their non-political Au, IVCNICNCU What t manner of thought 1 CHA :

i I s r Uruafe Wiring occupations ranged from owner BLAI and BAKE pas thru :your mind' Ar' I Service

i, manager of a block of apartment oil they' BITTER, or ar' they I. Federal I II llWl'
e' Diet. Wr P Isa
{ houses to hotel owner, newspaper iNKI I SWEET?, It make a differ,
rf 1' ,j\ I Iy SEE USGUARANTEED publisher insurance, large ence, 'you will find. in th*
y! tl FO scale truck grower and cattle .
.n' -./ sort of greetin' you meett. ;
WIRINGPhond265 rancher. We observed only: one r When ,oin' about one' I1 I-
orchid and that was the sift j Keep jin Ton daily 1 Jones Well 5
l lot the'adoring grandchildren to ;V, work, orNreUrnin* a social New law
r the vice-chairman of the delegation R IINI Un ? call, a gay-like gent's not
:0 E + labeled a "Jerk" if he has walk ,..OH v

This we pointed out to Galileo, MartiffCoutSubscribe tught else on th' ball! SeeO Cl'5'kM '

e H who agreed that these expensive You've all met up with "Old, .N
posies were more in evidence' sour f.ce"hi:
1 .I the Republican gathering. And REIN RCfNGSI soakin wet-< CM am|'
The ewlI i
you've felt I Just th'
what, w* inquired did he arid / ii
newspaper correspondents in 1 .$3 t minute he enter a place aI' i CALUOJ
general think 'of political conventions year blow to th' fun i i. dealt| For Fad !

and particularly of the CONC Wher'ever he goes th' talk- J'kw rl Wliw't
Democratic conclave I ? "Com. BLO< S year. C v' in' i. hushed one' afraid, ''!
rWEPOA JOB, pletely disillusioned l and cynical," to be HIMSELF
NO TIME WE V.AGTE.WE said he, "varying only in degreein e KNOW ryou I
STEEL & ABMINUM your fac. Is gettin'all
their baloney and ballyhoo, '
WORK WITH SPEED their planned and organized HOME Bl INC flushed, aa th' subject i I.
'i'iI 'iI'
i BUT WOT 'demonstrations; their"tiresome C laid cm tb' allelll I
} 1 : WITH and long-winded speeches. ,.y..Ik..d. HE WALKS RIGHT JN1 Th' folk. It MOSS ?

I 1 HASTE / The Plum er"t Political parties he likened to MASONRY .IVHITE HIGBEf & ,h., been whin'' for.FIIM t Hi.,joke and banter add' CLAMOROUSNCWGLOIV 'r
a prizefighter who trains long PORTL DCEMIMT LIFE: to th; din, and he's Anpwn\ 1 .
I'I/ r and arduously for hit big chance; WORTfAMi / a* Charlie, or Jim! If Fos, DULLL5FELW
c FOR when he has won his championship I you cannot be jolly', BE PLEASANT and you'll be a welcome !
fight he tend to relax and Phone 748 fit PierceVENETIAN i General. 'acting guett "';"jll.t make dura sure you're not a DEPRESSANT HAia

g Quick, Depen ble take life easy,so that he runs the 3 ; or some other' queer kind of. PESTI'
/ risk of becoming.overweight,slow RP.0.9 2 Little'
SERVICE In movement, overly confident; '
the Democrat were "in train- One Block Palm

(l Wt AKt EQUIPPED TQ HANDLE ANY SIZE\OB I ing" during the 12 yean. preceding Cjty BridaRil The 1 a Beauty|

ETIMATES SUBMITTED I 1932 and now, after 18 years ty 1e a AcsNC
in power have grown careless Ii
and cocky.: W* hesitate to mention ..,- -- --
this but he referred to themas C'LET w l Ei1
V oil
rath Plumbing Servi "fat cat,* of all things! Electric a Ref 'era ...WebOrdwayotors 1 FRANK H LER0,0 rToFoundstie
t Mt This,please remember was the '
i el 1 + LARRY VOLLRATH opinion of Galileo and, to borrow lion VINo I

No. rf I 311 Akro a wellworn'phrase, does not Job lo Larg Or t G DriveW51'9Tilb
i ve Stuart, Fla, necessarily: represent the view of T Small AUTseoa Detszg POI Blocks,

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