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 23, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Voice; of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life 1 t


Suffers Little Damage from 36-Hour Hurricane : :ii i I

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9,3 3 PER CENTELIGIBLES Canal WorkIs ,UN BROADCASTING WORLDWIDE CITY iA"BILLS. 'Post-Storm 'Eye' Passes Over Stuart, :,\ *

Reported ,I TO HIT MAILS Precautions Jensen; 6-in. Rain 80-Mile 1..

|GN IN DRAFT O Progressing J IN OCTOBER ,I AnnouncedThe Winds, No Injuries Reported

The $l276,000job of widening c;.
and cross-State following pott-storm :
deepening toe
1 I' three-week stand of the canal now oft 'Ially labeled the Tax bills for out-of-town period; \ precautions have been Martin County tumid back to normalcy today after 36 'I ;..,

tin Count blanch; of pence' Okeechobee Waterway was t per I property" ,owners In the City, ot complied and issued by the V 8 hours of hurricane wlnd and rain which according. : to'all I:'

e Selective Service Board wlOlau 40 cent complete on Aug. 1 and now Stuart will go into the mails the, Weather Bureau office in Miami: reports received by The N'ewtt lashed the area viciously ;1;
afternoon ,
fd Saturday 16 estimated at about 20 H 1
cent of the estld Jt per third week in October and the 1. Seek medical care at Red l/nt caused relatively little damAge ;
per was understood
r. \ here Jensen and Stuart I':
for attention.
unexpectedly Became points 1.t'
eligible 18-55-year-old The Army Engineers bills to the balance of taxpayers Cross disaster stations or hos- '
cent'l after the Weather Bureau office Miami "lost" the stoim second
.n a
In the county registered, shows the canal will\ be will go out within a week later, pltals for persons injured durIng -
the oUlct'of TM, Collector, deep and 150 rt wide when the storm time yesterday. Relocation of It at 3.30 p m. brought the discovery
City Manager [, B. Eurlt an-
that the stonh "eye" had passed over Jensen Beach at 11:W
Klckllter work Is completed and will accommodate Don't touch loose or dangling ,
Government estlrnate wai vessels' of deeper tiounced Monday. wires. Report such dam p m on Its way to the Atlantic, and at the same time Stuart Observer -

and Klckllter i office regUd -I draft than the Intra-oastal Eurlt and his staff,are completing age to the power and light com- John Mann recorded the lowest reported barometric reading ,. .

d This included 208 Waterway which Is only < ft.{, work on the tax rolls pany or nearest police officer on the east coast. This reading was 28 44 when at the same time' (

[I.H and 81 Negroei By age deep all along the State' east now which show Stuart real 3. Report broken sewer or water Veto Beach read 28.89 with the storm reportedly 29 miles west of it "

pi the total Included thirty-' coast A 12-ft. depth! project for estate ownen will\ be billed for mains to the water department and West Palm Beach read 28 88.

it-year-olda.. twenty-eight the Waterway Is pending butt I $80,689.87 starting from an over- _- Tfa Injuries or deaths were reported
,e ar-olda thirty-two 20- present there Is no uniformityof I all valuation of $3087960 This 4. Don't empty watef stored In f
t oldi, thirty-nine* 21: -year- depth in the various Inletprojects latter sum U reduced by $1015 bathtubs or other receptaclesuntil BAROMETER anywnere in the county. '

thirty-eight year-olds. J both completed and under I besides! t-jjio new t>roa.lca..tl' In En luh, Fre.nuh: Chin_, Russian 580 in homestead and nearly you are sure that a safe water Mann recorded 8.36 Inches of ...1' ,

.iy-elgb.t 23-year-olds, thirty way The St Lode Inlet, recently : I Spanhh Portugmse Dutc.1i I Hebrew Asahic Tagalog'and Turkish, $40.000 In widows and disability supply has been restored rain during the 24 hours ending !

fit t u-year-olda' and thirty- opened up was dredgedto the (I\ radii division has sons added stews summaries In PushtuPersi exemptions leaving a total valuation 5. Guard against spoiled food READINGS at 1, last 'night and said winds I

in 25yearolds. Starting 11 ft Commodore Stanley inn and Amh..ric. l beamed to the Middle East and in Creel, of $2,032,535 on which the In mechanical refrigerators If !which struck hardest after the ,

lay delinquent eligible were Hitching chairman of the FlorIda Dullish and k"I.\ll beamed to Europe Alx>vt' is the Iranian Am taxes are based. power has been off any length I: 'lull' passed here at noon f'.;' :
..a to go to Fort.Pierce board Inland Navigation District The taxes if paid 100 per cent of time I DURING STORM reached a maximum of 80-85 I :
b.lsioIdnr Niunill, Enteziin spi lUng un .1 pn gum fur China 'Would net $4878084 for 8 Take down shutters and '
to register
--dquarur I has advised that 11.1Inlets\ along __ ; miles an hour in gusts. The area '
stiller Monday expressed { the coast be dredged to 12 ft. ----- -- tion, 12985829 for debt service I save the lumber. Store In .a''! felt the storm In two stages with i ',.

I thanki to a dozen volunteer to conform with the proposed and $03244 for publicity: However -, handy place for future use Barometric readings for Stuart I the second from about 2-11 p.m. ,.J
liter* who helpednl office : Waterway work. Taxi ServiceConsolidated I CIVIC CLUBS In drawing the city budget I 7 Beware of broken tree us recorded by Weather Observer yesterday being the worst. Mann J

fe< with the registration. The I ADM. Fossey president of amounts are figured qri 95-per I limbs Collect fallen limbs and I John N Mann at the Stuart said the winds did not exceed t

|t tt volunteers Included Mrs the Atlantic and Quit Assocla I cent collections, Eurlt explained debris around the premises and Police Station lor the 48 hours I 55 mph Tuesday and beforenoon "

wt Tyner,Mrs. Jean Nleljling i lion halls the Okeechobee Waterway I MISS MEETING Taxes become due Nov. rand pile along curb to facilitate collection ending at 8 this morning' ye&terday but after the I )
L Roy S. States. Miss Virginia work a 4-per cent discount is given ; I TUESDAY "eye" passed when hardly. \ '{

IMS, Miss Jo-Ann Constance nient for the completion as a good of argu the Bowies I If they are paid during that I 8. Unless you are qualified to S:00 a.m. 2914 leaf was moving the storms '
Miss Rose Czverko Negroes > I ,I By Chief onth. During December a 3-percent render valuable emergency assistance Noon uses "back-lash" raged unabated until \ :
12-foot project In the Intra Kiwanians Hear Area'*
cut la given, 2 in January, from disaster .
were Ora Dell Hamilton coastal I stay away 1:M p.m. 29.(1 after dark.Shelters
Martha Waterway pointing outi Asset Outlined I In February and none In March areas where you may hamper
Whltfleld. 4:00
Mae 29.54
I : p.m. twice did rushingbusiness.
that If the coastal
artery wera ; I
,,n.. Dorothy Newman:Ruth Lalso It feet deep larger vessels Consolidation the Stuart Friday with payment deadline being first aid or rescue work 1:00: p.m, 29,48 The Stuart school was I
Clark and Robert Samp-,:: April\ 1. Personal property bills 9. Drive automobiles cautiously 9:00 29.47
[tn [could Journey In protected waters and Ideal Taxi Service throughthe Advent of the hurricane : p.m. opened Tuesday afternoon,
carry a penalty of 1 per cent a510:01.11after Debris-filled streets are dan "''
all the way south along the purchase by Tom Bowie and caused Indefinite postponement WEDNESDAY closed yesterday morning but reopened ,
chief Government appeal i I : April 1. Sterous Along the coast the soil 12:30 '."1. 29.36 yesterday afternoon when ,
Atlantic seaboard Into Lake son, Tom Jr., of the interestsIn ot the scheduled, Joint meetingof
be washed from be-
nt for tbe board foflr-coun Okeechobee and Clubs to may away 2:30 a.m, 29.22 the storm hit its peak here.
I eventually down and Kiwanis
Itrta in each Ideal of William C. King was Rotary neath the pavement, which may _
and assistant the Caloosahatchee whenIt 1:05: am Isle Damage In.U communities f
I Canal hear Representative Dwight
Inty are expected to. be named I ,announced following consummation Scout Finance collapse under the weight of ve- 35: 29.19
It deepened, to the Gulf Rogers (D.-".. at the Woman hides am was confined to trees down here
pun a 'week. Recommtnda of the deal last ThursdayKings Club yesterday .noon As a result 3:38: am, 2916 and there and considerable
10 Be
alert to fires
fit have been sought from i both clubs their prevent 3:50: am 2914 debris from beaten shrubberyand
SCHOOLS TO RESUME sale pricewas not revealed are omitting
water makes
h county representative to Group Meets pressure 4 03 29.12
[ I AFTER 3 'HOLIDAYS'Schools meetings this week and program difficult : am small plants City Manager
I board. plans for both toi next week fIre-fighting after 4:25: ant 29.11 L B. Eurlt said yesterday mornIng -
I Bowie said stand will be could not be determined this I storms 4:45 am, 2908 I the streets and roads took

I In Martin County will : maintained on Flagler Ave. and morning. KiwanIs President Here Tonight 11:05: a.m, ..,. 2906 and are taking an awful beating"

IDOL AREA I resume on normal schedule at U. S. I adjoining Chlsholm, but Price French decided this morn- HEARING SCHEDULEDON SOS: am, .. ., .. 2903! but there was little\ evidence otthis
.. .. .... I
I ..
8:30 a m, tomorrow after r an unj PROPOSED LAKE 6:43: m 28 M this morning Both bridge
log against paving Kiwanis fro-
-j expected: threo-vay lapse Pfloictpal I no longer at King! serUce tUtloo -< morrow at the usual 'time' -although .The:finance. committee of the CHANNEL TO PAHOKEEA 7:U 's.ra:' :.. .:..';.. 2895: at Jensen Beach and.Palm City"

LE DELAYED I E. f Johnwlclc announced I where.:King wilt( remain 1n he aid September'comJhlttee bull Stream Boy Scout Council T:45: am ._ ..," ,. 28.>3 remain intact although! the South t ,

I this. morning I the petroleum business Both I report should be turnedin Which covers 10 district In six A public hearing for the purpose 8:15: am. ..... ._ ..' 2SJO28.S7 Fork under the .former becameso

; Contrary to school authorities firms had three cabs which bolsters to him or J. R Tomeroy as counties In this area was scheduled of ascertaining facts for a 8:45 ass, .._ high Bernard Hodapp reported -

plans students were advised not I Bowie fleet to six As a I noon as possible to hold its annual business I report by the district U. S. EngIneer ':11 am 28.82 a rowboat could not pass be, .

a> deed to part of the school f to report, Tuesday morning but I result two more driven have i, ft..B. Roberts, Jr, director of meeting at the Citizens Bank of on a channel to PahokeeIn 9:45 amlo .' 21.'. neath.
Ion It in Township 39, Range passage of the storm last night economic research with the Stuart at S\ p.m, today followed\ Lake Okeechobee will be held :10 am, 28.67 Palm City assumed as mucha
about halfway between Stuart and return\ of power today assured i'been employed and another will I Florida Power and Light Company by dinner at 7 at Chlsholm. 'in Pahokee City Hall at 10 m 10:15 am, 2864 flooded condition as anywhere.

Indlantown probably will resumption of classes tomorrow be added In November it was In Miami, spoke on what New officers! of the council will Oct 19 It was announced by the 10 45 am 2854 However the days, high tides

[pawed to the successful bi\tat -,' Under the present sah; Fares will be unchanged. I he termed: three economic pressure elected arid the budget,drawn Engineers office In Jacksonville 10:50 am:: : 2852: fortunately came during the

the State Board Of Eda-' Statewide school I setup these Cabs may be secured l at any,' that assure South Floridaof for the new year Various committee Monday 11:15 am, 28.46 afternoon when the winds were
ni meeting In Tallahassee holidays" will have to be made 1 : Industrial development Thesehe reports..11\\ given at The Engineer received direction 11:45: am 2845 from the west and not encouragIng -
t 1 it was learned!, ,here. this- up either during the school yearor hour by calling 149 or 327 I cited as' ((1)) Increasing population thevdlnner session to make the preliminary 1215 pm 28.44 their running over the lands .
K' ( and midnight and L. M Johnson elected examination for the proposal
alter its scheduled conclu am which means more buyIng 1 00 p.m. 28.45I
John M Law, Jr area
from Section 6 of the Federal manager -
Superintendent Colin English explained. 346-W otherwise ((2)) Incomparable livIng chairman Dr. C. A. Fogt vice' :30 28.51
slon it was power pm
I for the Florida Power and
_. _._ I ..
of March
Rivers and Harbors Act
-- -- --- chairman and Dr. C. A Carrtel
had been --- -
Friday 2 .
a request -- conditions and ((3)) this area :00 pm 28 55 Light Company kept In
ned by his office! to pur being the natural aerial gateway committeeman large of the 2, 1945, It was explained There 5:15: p.m. 28.16 power "
I most areas In the Bounty until
this land totaling\ 280,15 Facts Given for Suppott to the Americas Martin County Council at a Is no Federal project for such a 7:30: p.m. 29.25 yesterday when, it began going i
channel but the
i and a bid of $7.50 an acre In speaking on point 1 he said I meeting of Interested adults in existing project TIIIRSDAYU out in one point after another. '

Made, However, he said it the\ J present growui tope the natlonal the office of John M Law Jr, for the Caloosahatchee River :30 am 29.40 One phase in Jensen Beach and
till who Tax Amendment I Monday night..Judge A. O Kan' I and Lake Okeerhdbce. Drainage .
open to any others Of Gas average and his firm 6:00: am 2948 Hobo Sound and the Island ,
Areas, lo which channel to ,
named committeeman a r '
wish to bids ner weAl
bid" )
although records show Increase in manufacturing 8:00 am 29.55 blinked out before noon and
I to the Quit Stream Council and Pahokee would be related pro'
sdverQsed to be received here to be 3'4 times I .
Palm City and Salerno went out
t.8 In Tallahassee that of 1940 This point! out how part of the discussion centeredon I vldes principally for north and I II SEPT 18 1928 r I
I By F. ELGIN BAVLESS at 4:3Q a.m yesterday Stuart
south shore levees, and a cross t
i lithe second "school sec- During the five days from! Aug 16 to 20.1 met with five different because \it.is more profitable for Sea the )possibility of reviving the 15 I I State waterway at least 8 feet I Memories ot a real hurricane had power steadily until afternoon 11 r1
Scouts troop for boys '
to be .offered recently! dod manufacturers to move to areas \
and In .0
lIon 16 'in Township 39, I groups of County Commissioners county attorneysto there population in 1 growing theareas years old and -up here. The idea I! teep with a side channel to themunicipal 120 years ago were stirred for old varying degrees
the ,benefits of the proposed gas tax amendmentJWhlch ] I yacht basin at Fort until 5:15: p.m. The last power jl
with them '
e 40, was sold 'despite the discuss : ; wage scale and workers' was passed to William C. King, timers here this week by dleI the which .
I I in county was going ,
I amendment I Is No 1 on the November election ballot (Myers and basin at Stuart.I r:
$ of the Junior Chamber
jrtln .County School Board skill levels gain automatically'. president The Engineers staled All play of a Sept, 18, 1828 Stuart to Jensen Beach was cut at 8 '. I "
test to.Judge Alto, Adams These meeting were arrangedat ----------1 Roberts said. World War II did of Commerce, for possible I I I News, In the window of the Q B when everything in the county

r 20. size of his bid for these the request of the executive: the county school fund. The much to spread the fame of this sponsorship by his group I Interested parties are invited to I Arbogast,office In the Citizens acqulesed to the storm's fury for I '

|08 acre* was not announced\ committee of the State Association amendment would return. Ibis. 1'I areas climatIC conditions. he Attending Monday confer- be present or represented In- I Bank building. The newspaper, 13 Vs hours. ,";, ,
of County Commissioners. revenue to road usage. laid, which also) account! for ence were Law, H B. Kraft!: D S. I eluding representatives' of Fed- I recording the most destructive
icraf ] First be returned to '
which committee felt that the I would like the readers to .much of the population growth Hudson, David B. Irons Jr" W. I State, county and. InunicI I blow to this section, created to opera- J ,I "
State toad Department was in consider some of the facts which\ \ I .fie urged further publicity of T. .Corl, Ronald Cross and A. p. I Ipal agencies, and those of com ,'much Interest while this week LIon today were two phases in 't
\Inc ,Progress a better position to analyze the support ray earnest conviction the climate offerliign because Patterson of West Palm Beach. : merclal, Industrial civic, hlgt1I I I Junior-grade hurricane huffed Jensen Beach at 9:35 and theStuart !
feeder the downtownarea. '
probable effects of the amend- that the amendment should be I In luch cost of man hours InCreases Troop 34 Scoutmaster A. C. |I say, railroad and waterway'II and puffed for '
East 4th St. and St. Lode I I
ment than the 'county officers adopted. I and brings,! Increases in Bridges. Jr, James Pegram and 1, transportation I Interests, and 'I
Estates at 10:18 Law said
a.m. '
RepQrlecl'n One'of the first questions to First a comprehensive anal production. This production Johnson attended the fall roundup property owners concerned. They I ( COMMISSION MEET i

arise. voiced at the first meetIng sis reveals the need for bike, he explained, brings on the of the council at Lake Osborne I will; be afforded; full opportunityto POSTPONED ONE WEEK main feeders\ in the area are beIng \ I : !
New Road which was held in Fort LaudVerdale ate Improvements only real increase in wages by Saturday afternoon and evening express their views concerning I pic\Pup as fast as \pos

Aug 16, wo* the inquiryas cost more than $ lmmedl-I'creating more wealth which in but returned instead of staying :the character and extent of theimprovement the !I I Approach the tropical slble transformers to/return are power in order wherever, but I
spending so the State maintained turn elevate the and overnight.THWEATHER. desired i'
to why I was economy hurricane to this area prompted '
he about 200 Isolatedcases
;; ; time and effort In behalf alone, and this estimate general!* welfare ot the area. too\ need and advisability' of Its executlon I
[ntll work halted by the much urban con I Sponsors of the improvement : Mayor W R. Baker to announce to crop up. Power In Sa'i'''i f \
of the amendment since it was Include expensive Industrial center in the nation I at 3 Tuesday that
yesterday, Cleat BrothI to p.m. lerno and Palm City was expected I
f"i the are urged present pertInent -
I well known throughout the nections for which some of could boast of a more agreeable the scheduled meeting of theCity 1
Construction Company, con- be in are not complete. Th. this he factual material l bearing by noon today i
torn State that I would not a surveys climate summer announced Commission Wednesdaynight I. it ita
were placing nine car- the of 1mprovemerit Law reported only about "half
of administering\ the additional State-maintained, system of 8,- upon general plan -
\ has been postponed one
of rock a day on the new position that the 738 miles represents less than In Illustrating the aerial gateway ........ desired and the economic dozen" poles down in his area J'
th Fork will' road revenue rnh .ho e't -a 'a be I week to next Wednesday at and that 90 cent of his dam- f
Drive which
amendment would provide I 20 per cent of the total road and asset he stated that more l01I. N. 5.... u. 5. .outh., ..bou.n.vP55) Justification of the un city hall at 8 per i
,n' up ly! mile of new, river-. of street mileage in the State. 50 cent of aerial exports 5.15. 1I..art JIlL dertaking. Opposing interests p.m. age resulted from trees hittingwires ;
trust that the explanation my than per T_....... lloodl... .
Ft residential property Interest was satisfactory Second Florida is. penalizing from the United State go _.... M ...... if any are also urged to state I ESCAPEE CAUGHTIN ,
new rock-oil, pebbletop het motorist by diverting,, motor Southeastern Florida 5vyLSl .o, ...iI. U the reasons for their position." Telephones were about 25 per I ,
I 11 three-quarter complet-, It 1 11 tru that I do not expectto through S..11 ..U 755.04Is HOBE SOUND I II cent out of commission at 10 thU.
vehicle imposts for nonhighwayuses Because only goods of ..,
whattoever airport It 111U
I Sixteen feet wide with 100-, have any connection '-: COUNTY BOARD MEETING .--- morning The Stuart exchange
70 :
22 have
: At present high value a pound are eligible '
tht-of-way, It extend frdm with the spending. of the constitutional amendments prohibiting for.air export, such a condition .,. .:. .. : ... :.;. 11 71 I DELAYED INDEFINITELY I Clary Ludson Bowman 21- ; reported about 10 per cent of Its p .
George additional revenue Jfthe : I -old Negro who had been lines gone at. 5 pm yesterday '
Keith property motor .: : s year
I the use of any vehicle ,addi to the economic status ot' ( II U
additional :
Nth Sunset Estate to the i amendment adopted INCHES: U ,ALl. The scheduled session of the sought for four weeks following and no progress toward restora ,
Impost for non-highway the and creates a high Increment
will 1 begin to area *.... II .aT '
Coconut revenue i ) the tlons could be started untU today
Point development : effectIve purposes In Florida 38 per cent ot wages .an4 R.:Waaon, Mew York manufurer accrue on July 1, 1949 of the distributable motor vehicle I 515. II ..USo. poned "until the storm passes by Beach Jail, was apprehended by following a survey of the titus I '
date of the ame ment.1 :. It .11. Chairman R L, Wall at noon Deputy Newt Chase and Arthur tlon by a telephone engineerfrom
Impost are diverted to non- In closing Roberts called 'the I .. .: .. .
f quarter mile road I II being' In the expeeted course of highway use, as against 8 per accident of,climate and location -' ..... II .. -.I... Tuesday. two hours before the Brodrtck In the Negro sector of West Palm Beach. LaW I ,

ft privately for Wason, and i I will .have ceased being 8RD cent in the other Southern States Ood-glvtn gift for whichwe rootA .. : board'was to meet at the courthouse I Kobe Sound at 3 a.m, Saturday. said three trucks and 11 men
I ft. on either aide\ i is being chairman wane six; month )before and 8 per cent In the other /have responsibility' )' to han- : Cleric t, R. Pomeroy said The former Navy man ,and had arrived to supplement his

f J rect In addition, the eontrae-I that time United State dle, them advantageously and no definite time was set for the railroad laborer was seized following working crews and outside help
| baa and I 'The ,reason for my support fracas In the colored .also) was expected for the tome '
dug one-small lake I II 'Adequate road cannot be pl'O't at the tome time maintain a TUETIDES5tbs.55ss"ssiertbsssbsL meeting but it was not expected a
JJ* up another on the proper. of the ga* tax amendment such vlded without excessive taxationof -good" 'political climateKeep before next Monday, I section and brought to Martin phones Long-distance telephone'servIce

I Mangrov shoreline and low,, !the firm conviction that the motorist unless we'can this climate warm and fair, not I County Jail where he was Identified north and south was
an beli.* tiled in. Beautlr ., amendment 1* sound, I II equitable retain a greater part of their uncomfortably: cool I,* Robert STUART P-TA MEET.rOSTl'ONE i by Deputy Marvin Crowe maintained continuously but no
,- situated .on thg riverfront I Is practical and I Is necessaryto State already high tax payments for advised, 1.10&. t. 55. _I ...dig. ..'..._.... 15.. A WEEK I and Jailer Sam Jones. Delray calls westward could 'be made
of the
f .tural! forest o< virgin pine,' the development road oseThird The'club was told of the pro. K......, _t4HMlikr TI... roe _.n. police were notified and he was after noon yesterday, Most ofthese i
purpose of the p.4s .d4. A a... so .,,", 5.. hlohoM itlll are 'out of It
Property will be told in I Th primary IOlirc. ad' valorm Mrs.' Marl* MrCullouihpresident returned there this week order
1 to mak more the of Posed'mldllet football activityat I ...... II 5010sn,. tnO .5e. coutcueseie5j I
r. tracts PProxlmateH" 100 I t amendment tax revenue to improve local Stuart school which Rotary be w. of Stuart P-TA, announced was reported ,
|W feet. 6, B\Arbogast and : revenue, and assured revenueavailable farm to market, roads wa* applauded last week and ticket ::tin AM, m Tuesday noon that SUPPER BET MONDAY NIGHT I Trains managed to keep more

Ites are sale agent for road Improvement greatly reduced' by the liberal *! have been put on sale at $1 8.M: It II," II'se \4,HI I the scheduled Initial. P-TA The ham upper given by the or less.regular schedules but the ,
of Improvement' which,I and upkeep, and toad debt pay- homestead amendment The local each. The plan 1* for each club iCes IMf ,* session of the year that night women! of the Hobe Sound Community county was without bus service I I
hIred 'by the county and I ment. At present the Tth$6,000-cent road system have, luffered td handle the ale of 250 tickets e u sloe 555 5,50 ues, 5,05 55* .'";"j I has been postponed until next Church has been post i from 5lt: p.m. Tuesday until the '

I'guou property owner inWaaon 8U tax yielding around)between In consequence In 'Florida only each. The club, had six guest ..... It. 5,55 ailt .i& It Tuesday at the, CivIc Center poned to Monday night at I at tint but arrived at Chlaholms

log '* private contract,' 000 a year 1 II divided fund and (Gmtiniwd on page 8)) and 92Vi per cent)attendance. I b.ps....". II 5a '40',,0e I..a 405 h'a It.n u. ill ,.an. J the church. (Continued on page 8))
froache! *'$22000 Ih41 general revenue j jr

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.. SOCIAL NEWS and the WEEK IN STUART' Newo, Itans mn!ee th4 fn paper meal W teack tk

d '[ I Happenings Telephone 215 : o

t-DfIL1. JOSEPH MCCOZ Society Edit

'Id IdI it tl J,1.i ,,,, I Patterson-Baxter STUARTS ENTERTAIN tar and Mr*. Luther Damronof
,: .i I //1. f Mrs. WindIs ; P-TA MEETSIN the week-end Hive Moved
Orlando We
L lit\ i Told I The Presbyterian Choli(; Guild pent to Our New Stop
1I I l Engagement! and husband were dinner guests, in Stuart visiting friend W'' E. ;Fourth Street
1 t 1 HonoredAt of Mr and Mrs.'Arle Stuart SeptIt -0- :
HOSE SOUNDThe J, L. McDonald of St Augustine -
Eugene NEW. and USED
I Mr. and Mrs L Pearce FURNITURE
I : The guests paid II 1 each Into
wa the guest of L. V\ B.
PACE Ii I lot tlea.rwater announce the Dinner the organ fund, A drum of oil Wednesday.
if I ITt [engagement of }her daughter, hems Tuesday and ,
:' tint meeting of the Kobe we( off and altogether While.h* was her. they visited
CUD J I Alice Williams Baxter, to Sound P-TA WM held at the about $80 was received for In West Palm Beach. and Lake -
: Mr. and Mr. E. D. Wells ,Of
ATE Charles Fremont Patterson son I ichool last Thursday at ,7:Sp.m. the fund Worth
,tt or Mrs Olive A,, Patterson or Caaa Terrace were. hosts with a The ft'1tn'' -e- INNERSPRI M
t program
palm City family dinner at their home the lntpductlon of Miss Syrena'I Miss Lorraine McPherson of Mr J McCrocklin I Jr, who
' lpa,1 Ad',\ Y Tt<:: I Mist- Baxter I II the daughterof Sept; 11 in honor of their 'nJece, Totten the new teacher, by i West Palm Beach Wa the Weekend has. itC.i her mother, and
Mrs, 'Eugene L: Pearce and the former Miss Betty,ChrIstn- ,
I'I / Mr*. Hoyt B. English the guest of her parents, Mr Mr; Edwin A. MennInger the BOX '
t paint 1 ; ,j; ,1 I Stop atch t itril late Edward K. Baxter of ,lIOn, whose marriage to Allen '-h ol'. principal and Mrs. !t. Boyne McPhersob. past several peeks at her summer SPRjOC' j
With 1, ''I I, :\ /' Utica N Y She received her ; Vincent Wind took place In New officers for the year are ..... place In Cashiers! N. C., i 0 61egs ,1
faclllt! :; I \, or Slo a Watch A. B. Degree from Randolph Clear Lake, Iowa. Sept, 4. Other Mrs. Andirw.Ondlch. president;; Mr and Mrs B. R. Tomllnson, ha returned to her home In St '
i, atbly ; I ;, ,I ;fl'', I'I'I Macon Woman Colllege, Lynchburg present were the bride parent Mrs Vernon Nt| Donald, vice- of St tucl Crescent had U'' Petersburg Edwin A. Mennlnger $69.50 Va e $
, "41 'i Va. here me..u a *, Mr and Mrs P. A Chrlstrnaon president; Mn Faulk,'secretary, their guest last Thursday and Who hat been In Topeka, Kan..
1 nod I 81 'J member of the Alpha Delta PI and'Children Paul Jr. and Mr. Lucy Griffin treasurer Friday their on and daughter.Inlaw the past Month visiting his TWIN OR OUBLE IZEFt.
'" I ), }} .d Iwrr At.rw. .1...tr...1 .d srrh 'Sorority. For the past t staff and Nancy ot Vero Beach; Chairmen for the'ear, were Mr and Mr. Thomas 8Tomllnson father and two brothers and
I she has been on the il Well, Mr and Mrs. Walter Pierce Sle
,I 1, N .Fr..wr e, .tee w ha. Grwd Wayne appointed; Mri James Black, I and eon Tommy of! their families hu rejoined Mr Shop
I ';2',; t.ta a. ., .,rte.,. d ca. Senator Claude Pepper In L. Well. Mr and Mrs. J. W. membership; Mra. Andrew Letter I, Jacksonville Tomllnson I Ie stationed Mennlnger at their summer placeIn
; 'I N "H w We ly em, tMw .4.1, ...o i ington. I Johnson. Mn 8 o. :Rudd' and hospitality.; Mrs Jessie Ortf- at the. Naval air base Cashier They expect to return Fort Pierce, Fie. 120 .2r. SL Phae 4
\ : I 'l .. Patterson Came to Florida daughter Jeannette'. and Mfr,
I !. .t .n.W..e.t. tin program and founder dayMrs ; I theta, to Stuart early tn (October
.;. \ \ : from Scarsdale N. Y. During the\ and Mr*. James A. Roberts of 1 I -e- -
,Rody Hlllmao publicity; .... ._ -
I f \ 'way he associated Stuart Mr, and Mr. M A. /L.-.T.
was with the
I :
rI'' : \ j Mr*. Etpel Martottl. room mother Norman c. Atwood U visiting Mr. and Mrs. a H Fulmer
3 \ #'1p.tII1 1\ Pan-Amerlcan Airways Planning Witham and sons Homer and 1 have moved Mr. Bertha: M.
s Jewel and Mr* T, W, Jamison II- his parent' Mr and Mrs. Horace Into
wart Board In Miami and now Is engaged ,Douglas and MrS.Joseph Ranger =
vanes Atwood of lagler Avt He 1* Baldwin'a house at 15} Cleveland -
: ,,,''r, Inh, development and land son Oary, or juplter: Mr.I In 1 Ave,
f 269 Oscvola Ave I The membership drive 1 II an officer of Jones and Laughlin
and L. Simmon
operation of a fishing\ lodge in Mrs R. and +
'' progress with a BO-cent fee for Steel Corporation of Pittsburgh
'i" (f Palm City.Wedding Miss Elizabeth Renfroe of West I
(New Dehon Building) I each member: An attendance+ He cam down lust In time to Mrs. James Roiar and son
i plans will be announced Palm Beach: W. D. Johnson I
I'.t/: award will be given the roorn ,learn what a Florida hurricaneis Terry, of Miami are pending a j
I j l later.. who recently ,re-enlisted In the 'week with her aunt and uncle, t't
.l ) I with the' highest count and all : like and plan to return to 't k
f Coast Guard and hit ion Sorfny
members are urged to attend Pittsburgh In a few day*. Mr and Mrs. Harris Lowery.
e of Jacksonville I regularly. t -e- -e- I
!" ; FtOWERS Mrs Andrew Lester strewedUle Mr Ruth Stevenson of South Mrs. Olen DeBerry and ton
Ruth Stevenson and her
l/I, need of a pre-school kinder.* ,Akron Ave had a* her weekend David returned Saturday fromMiami '
brother John A Brooks or Fort I garten It .was decided that the guest her brother-tri-law\ and where they visited relative 111 i+ ;
''i!!, t t BOUQUETS ORSAGES i,." CUT FLOWERS I her Meade. made who a ha tour* been of the visiting State P-TA would furnish HOJhe, first j sister Mr and M-*. Wilson for a week
: FLORANlRaANGEMENTSDOMESTIC month for supplies and tuition Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ban
; ; last week > 4 8 IE (,deficiency. Mrs Harry Pullen, a rington and Mia Marie Gaston
r a MM SBTED CERAMICS "* i i i 1111I11111111111I11I11I11111111I ll ii former Hobe Bound, teacher-1* of Fort Meade. John A. Brooks ,
il In charge of the kindergarten I returned home with them.. '
\ ,"j .Further financing will be'discussed .. e _
: SMIT FLORAL & SHOP an LTERATI S I at the next P-TA meet I Miss Grace Pomeroyj, who I II
WE WIRE FLOWERS 5 *" "se.a... a WI I attending the Terry Art School\, titl r
': Mabl ,' I inlertalnthg plan wen discussed
ref Id I and Mis Verna Gamble, employed
Arcane Bldg, Sib St Ft Fierce 310-i I .
,n' a .11 a Al ws1t1111I11II,11111I11 : ( for the County Council by an advertising agency
'; ,,, P-TA meeting to be held at' ,
In spent the .weekend
i ____ .h -. ---- --. Hobe Sound Oct. IS Thanks areI In 'A
{ Stuart
I extended to Mr and Mis Samuel '
F Thayer for furnishing the frame ;
Ifor| a picture of George I
qi ins ten. Purchase of It Wash-I; a f

1 lector discussed for, classroom work vas I ;

;'e Eted CorrosJ
Iji..1 ; Barbara Jeanne Dellch celebrated -
I her 6th birthday with a
$ For Expert Adyice ComutD. party 'given by her mother Mr*. ,
"f11" Alec Dellch, Saturday afternoonat / ,11'\'
F. Id her home In Broadway Sec- .
( tion. ACTITA ,
FORT PIERGETFLORr Thd hostess was assisted by AN TITLIr \
tt Mrs. Zacl\ T. Mosley, Mr*. .... P. Ions t tI
f ''I ascao sLa
Krueger Mrs. James Reardon 2v
ftI \ EAST COAS1 fER CONDII IO Mrs Joe T. Mosley Mrs Jack 1NSU Nea I, The j''
1 Brown and Mn Earl Hall Incited FLORII VENETIAN fi Little
f1I'I ,: kONES3zW guests were Jill ,Mosley, BLINDS t Dreu Shop
fi"" RURAL ROU z BOX 90 Theresa Ann Krueger, Gary ABSTRACT. If 1, Lettie C. Degast t
I raso Manufacturing Co. t
Mosley! Carolyn Mosey; Jerrtlyn JIM KENNEDY, .4
: Meggett, Carol ,JkCZson. Rose PrMMolTVAIT. lox set! Post prtaCt Post Office AruJeY

fl) -- -.- .- ..... m '' -- ---- mary Taylor Joel Wallace, Terry ( FLORIDA* j
.t \,iJ .. Reardon. Valmore Brown, Frances ..' a, 4 ,," .l
Pegram Joyce Hall, "Jackie"Johnson.

: COW itil AND SEE HOW THE SENSATIONAL NEW I, H. Meggett. Marguerite Mr. Mona Cote, Wal Mrs : ". of ,"
,\, I" lace, Mrs James Pegram and '
; Mr* Vivian Taylor.METHODIST ,:

p' A estin house ul cl ELECTS OFFICERS GKOtP ,
1 The Methodist young peoplemet The
'fI' ( Monday evening at the homeof
Mr,, and Mrs. Henry Kindred ,
In Eldorado Height to elect officers .
1 up 'for the coming year. 1
t say 10gallonsoforate load Elected were Wayne Wells president -
''I to ; turllne Gene, vlce-prest-
\ dent; Carole Smith secretary 1949 KRIS
and Bernard Johnson treasurer ,,}t.
The chairmen are Marjorie Tucker '
I '
for worship and evangelistic !
-- work, Josephine Tucker for.millions 'rN
a : -- -and world friendship, Jean <: I ITC .
&f fly the ;,
WesNngheesee : here
Clements, commission *n community \TC t a
< .
J : service, and Elaine An I
t laundromat derson. commission on recreation

l' I + Aufan.Ne Waahor Others present at the meetingwere r
rise gales the Rev and Mrs. W 6.
d I IE II IYj aswa you the now Rowell!, Mrs. K i. Oreene and More frkinj# new faxrfvrM andrfinmMftlTwo

1.: : Robert Greene Afterwards ;miloof.ilriv.Ing .
WATERAVER games mere played and refreshments e F billion

E j 1r $ terved.:...- '' 'o' ( by elikeyouluvepeoveJKaisrh

BITTERS ARE HOSTS depe abilityd 'hy iloo't you drive ..
WAnt ONJOMfTlO Mr. and MM W C. Ritter or and
A iut yourself
moat-copied oar
the France Apt were host at (
N' TO THE BONE a ,card party Saturday night in d our what more thane quarter of al\ i
honor of Rltter birthday. Quests
million already know?
were Mr. and Mrs. A. Carl owner
Bridget, Jr., Mr, and Mr. Edwin MkUtN
I Khr-rrai C rperah* a Will Paw 8" ,
Yj Yjt F Johnwlck and Mr and :
Mn Harris R, Lowery; Jr. --,
t NO KX.TING!1t ORE YOU BUT, How ft. .. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S Oreen- STUART
VIIRANONII lees announce the birth of a
t B.Ib. Aft-of. girl\,, Rebecca Sharon -
I Id It SAViS WATER at I:27 p,m. Monday .
3 a' Water Saver meeawK wake '1

;; t. tile 'Ill the )o W. AM ju. do UEickwve ," \ s elsley'Bidg. ,Phone 1 8 1
lI t.wee set the diN : .
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L-- Nereds How C.f Pr.G 1>) 4i
: geniA ut thorotkgli wa rringaettoa.
!'100MIII\ today wk to "Un a load rf" Soiled watW oVaina MMy from ,

your doUw'*"*kmn, the LmximM.. >M. dothea, not V.mv* twe

We'll pick up tkf. iah.. TM WM to the / ,

tor* and tn tlM Laundromat" tk Bdm D LMDS 'WASHOAWOK: _ailsiIs.

WiU rrUrn four dills M Par \ 4t .

t. bode /hor/ (p54yeba..e.Ihd-I./ .. Waehea, triple nnset,damp-Vte*. clean ta

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:IJ .. 'THE STUART NEWS, ST11"BTrJtAl! I Il <;pUKTT, fLOR THCRSDAT" SEPt H, 1 - -- -,. +
l'i'ewIIUIDI' for this paper JD.... reach the .tews>e.fej* .
' CIA"L NEWS ij'N office before BOOB on Wednesday i t
WV Home Telephone 214 Office Phone 300 t ;
:, MRS. JOSEPH A. McCOY' 'Society Editor ,s

iEErETTES: MEET Mr. and Mrs W M. Hudson I ot honor. i noun IN MANEUVER, rently participating wlth..Mwlnt '

v't Evert membel'lOf Jaycee- Of Ocllla. O..., while honeymoon. Vacations End as Students Don Bu"oughsI Mrs. Rhodes was her room-I Cherry Point, it. C.. Sept. 23- Night Fighter Squadron 8J1 In'' .
s held a dinner meeting andEl lug In Florida left Tuesday fpr mate and sorority sitter at stetson .- the tth Air Fore maneuvtr, .I
I at Seymour' Inn In JenI Miami utter spending\ a week I Her other Attendant will I Marine Pfc. Henderson V. Hol- '
Return Operation Combine ttl, being< .
Beach Monday.; night at T.I with his brother and slster-in' to Assorted CollegesStudents To Take Bride be Miss Jo Vance of Coral Gables, Icy son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. held at the Naval Alt Station j
I next teuton will .be ,at the law Mr and Mrs Homer D -. i Mary Blake and Barbara Earnest I Holley, ,of Stuart. Fla.. Is cur- Bartn field, Foley Ala. 'r'Frolriwhere
f 2.9It.. 4. Hudaon. -- 1 of Miami. Lenora Williams i 1.____. ____ __ It
-- ;;returning to their! TWO WIN IN CUTE : Ml.s Noreen Oeyer, daughter! ot Homestead and Eleanor I f' I.I
WIVES ANQ MOTHERS ,Of: DRINKING MENALCOHOLISM' studies. allef a ,u lmer'* vacatlon. High score winners at this! I of Mr, and Mrs. Russell I. Oeyer' Dooley or Winter Garden. Best

: Ten students Art going to i Thursday Dutch Treat at Club the',Civic which Center met, of Burroughs Miami, and.Am.Donald of Mrs.Anthony W. O. Stuart man will and be ushers Jack will Boggaui be Henry of T : I slt,., 6y JoeMarsh, : .II 1 1I'

i9 ,I l' S.eceaeirnpTreet.d WWi On. Florida State University In Talla California Beckman, Walter Well and' ;
Week Of Hon.ltalli.tlw/ were Mr* p. O, Reece of Wlrtt- Penney pf; son South
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL homes, Elaine Ulmer" will begin toll.salem.: Robert Gideon of Stuart and I
\ N. O, and Mrs. Ave., will be married In the-Holy j jI
John Hav Russell ,
V IU't1.nd
t Write to Inferm.tiea her McPherson.. Oeyer '
freshman this week, Boyne Others Nicest
6280 C..nel ..".. Ph. .5601 S., riiJNQPARKJHG majoring In commerce.year Peggy trig were Miss Edith 'Coventry play, Cross Episcopal: Church Miami Jf..of Miami. 2,. Compliment ,I I
Ulmer will be" a sophomore, maJoring Mrs. H. M. Kllefeld Mrs G. W lat 7:30: p.m. Saturday: Rehearsal,supper tor the wedding .. Had
In elemental educationand Conrad, M's. T J. F. Kennedy Attendant for her marriage party 'will be- given by Mrs. I've ,'
child development. Dorothy Mrs, E. F. Bulla l and Mrs. Stanley : I have been chosen by Mill Oeyer W, O. Earnest and daughter \ I i
Clonts, a,sophomore, majoring Hitching. Including Mrs. Fred Rhodes ot- Barbara, at their home in Miami One of lhe nicest ctMuneiiU" eve of Illustration that 1 er baQ : 4
In voice, will leave next week, I Mr. .. dWalte; Homestead: who will\ be. matron Shores ton 1'011"OW. received about this eotann was happened to have taste for aU.er .. ,
A t Mildred'Clonts, who Is a junior [ St. Louts moved Pannellof \ ------- from an editor In the Mldd1 ,)Ve.t be r. But th&j hen I spok of
into their
counsellor, left Tuesday She Is 'hew home oil South Fork Fri I called on. And while I doaYIU* the right to en/Cy a moderate bv
Jeanette majoring Rudd Ih ,political who U taking science a day, 1 ie gin mjMlf rchlda, I think* crags like b/r,well, h*ws right
secretarial -e- Illustrates a point."Jo {her wi /met 1
course, will begin het
up junior year. Robert and Emerson I I Jimmy Walker' left Jacksonville T1iettle' Shop *,* hi said< "it so happms t e rom where I sit,that's the
'asslbgk Kramer who are rooming !together ,t ThUrtday night: for' boot don't agree with everything you Im tent thing: not whether yeicther *
training In
are both sophomores Diego say,but t always like to run your at fenot'i taste *rkvle
majoring business administratIOn e -- arel column. Because It gets down < point -but whether yea
Mr*. A, R Wallace of Orlando Lady
i sr and will leave' next week arrived Saturday s p earth and talks about the right rcogni Is right t* tiertiM a'a
tq Mr and
Walter Lee Wells to Tallahassee
isr going -
9 Mrs, James Herbert Bruner and iimgrtt.And it only aka tyrforanc fret aliolco free land J JI'
next week will beyln!: his FASHION
Mr. and Mrs. HOUR towards the otherrwn'lpoint
James'W, Meggett <
ln education andtints
.Rt__. olheae Mrs. Well" Motor Of 509 S California: \ Ave. OUR of leW." I

-- year la elementary education. Mrs -e- New ion + Arthur n Bldg. Ha went onto nffnin,,by way;
Bancroft"1 has
Robert Greene, a sophomore, Is Henry been
275 cola Ave. tuart, Fla.
called to ,
majoring! In business admlnl New Yoik City due to '
1-I tratlon. the ltlntsa of her lather. Conrit/it/ W,United States Srnurt fttutiatU
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University of Ftorlda .t dents
PROBLEMS who 'have already gone to
t Gainesville are Dale Hlpsmi, a '' ,
NADRUflNG WORRIES senior Billy Oughterson a Jun- ,, 1" \i .
ior Ih the law school, Dennis .
' GRQrHOUND BUS' STATIONISHDLM'S Hudson, are, a junior In business 1
administration and John Priest-
CAFETERIA man. a sophomore In business
W PHONE .121Th administration. Johnny, a Delta
p, Tau, Della went up last week
for rush week. .

.s tontJ: :tyto In John DeLam B.I ."'

are Mary Huff a freshman who
1 la planning to be a medical misilonary -
Jeanette Rue a freshman -
In buslnes.1\ administration.
r and 7oe Courson, who returned
Sunday for his senior year hi
public school music .
James Ashley a senior, left'
Monday for Georgia Tech where
he will\ major In architecture. 11
Dolores ''Dee" LAW will returnto
Northwestern University: In
Evanston, Ill, to finish a two- -
year course ,In dental hygiene.
% Dolores Bartlett will major In .
bUll l n e s s administration at
Southern, College In Lnkelanc.
this year where she willIe a

freshman. "" I'
dUmond Mnf b a tiny Monument, creifcd le bit a OWEN McKINNEY -
lifetime, end Junttr. Symbolic one's tnj>t emotion OBSERVES BIRTHDAY
\ the For beauty fjbrthy el youi tool ahoy bent brated his 8th birthday Sunday
with a neighborhood party given -
by his/ mother Mrs!, Henry
> e dal, c orK las..ery Schwab.of. .Stypmann Blvd. ,
tr Quests were Elizabeth and Russell j
Keller Florence and Betty
rJ Mfggett, .Isabel ,Mathers. Susan
Barton, Arthur flowering!': '
Kay fc
Jr, Peggy and John Harking,, 2 :4 / o_ '_ _. --
Cheryl McClaskey, Johnny and '
Jimmy Golden, Mike, Fogt, 3sL .. '
Shirley Kluebln and Johnny
Wood. "Butch" entertained his '
guests by taking them to the
theater, \HT


E, J. Smith entertainedwith
bridge at her home In St. ,,
L Lucie Estates Friday evening. ,
< w6 Quests were Mr. ,and Mrs. Curt
Schroeder Mr and Mrs. Charles
H. Kindred Mr. and Mrs. John \ ,
I Dummlch Mr, and Mrs JosephA. ,
McCoy, Miss Flora Stanley J.,1jLittfSK\
and Mr and Mrs James Brock

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GROCER YES\/ 'f've ordered equipment l for -J Jt

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U615100.I t gnothar great new electric. generating ; '

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6Albl \ seventh// .
4 un our major power
# plant I project since the war. We've .

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L upped improve I"i ,

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saf .. 0 still pushing a.h'd I \
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Much more o nvenien ive Y out the best electricservice I "i '

check on iMe friendly \ /**58/l'/ only possible
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CITIZENS BANK OF STOART I, Call on Redd/ Kilowatt .. ,N

for iaf, economic FLORIDI YI r 1iGIIT mm .
cooking, ..waterrefrigeration. h p,
Member} The ''i>d ral Reserv/Bystem, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor on..v.rtt.ss.a. U um to ; ,

lighten( your' housework, by ffen; your \
The Bank of Personal! Se"lc home, improve your buss 1 niir

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If.O-BANK. ONLY $2 with your personal key. ELECTIt/CITY DOES SO' 'COS SO LITTLE
Deposit Boxes Available Now e.a MUC.H'l' a .:, e'',
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r '1"1" etc tunrt. etlL \ NORTH GONE, SOUTH\ GONE-! i: Horticulturally r I WHAT IS .YOUR eo HOBS

I i '.' '.1 OClQ .
Speaking. ,
.' .;" (II t Published every Thursday at ,CHESS

1 1q; t Stuart, Martin County, Florid. 1 By,KAKU MENNINCEH, M.O. '

I w ""I} t I e by Stuart Dally New*. Ine, i a THE I LANGRA'BENARSIMANGO ')1 w.'ard' (or me W decide which of my houblct to .,.

Florida corporation. Most o* my time outside 4f working hour gOt! ult, m, J5 b : ,
: 'I I I Entered a* econd tl by A. some.more, of it inlet! bud *
at lid
matter at the pit office
But It seem to be necessary fof some of us to have
t II
StuartFlorida, under the Act 4 r
ii{, \ A Fkirida'correspOndent wrltesi, I aggrenfvenesl and destructiveness
h of March .. 1818.I Jute \>Ortunil) lor
RAGS r ,.. I FREE PRESS r "You may recall, "having receiveda and since I long ago gave hunting ( it u &.*. 1

I : n A D 35 YEARS OF.SERVICE r rI letter last year telling. of a mango golf (because Fwas so unskillful). I have found mywljr Z. **'L*

CUD \ ':1 .n I tree that wu heav ly laden : and more to the most'ancient and, in the opinion, of iLjJJSi

A1 Vepsa E !r1 k erased. atiwrt Daily ttmtt I N.w." tk m* Hnt UM.MM....,. I with fruit, unusual\ lot last year. all gam es. ,'. many I 1

I ,t A'FREE' PEOPLE'n.p.r puhlliili: In a...... are II, fruit to the at Hoi ua
I took
t tla
j u4 tk. tread rw.n.w, .Nor. V a epee\ Ernest Soutl .-d. who Inspired] In enthusiasm for tan tt,
t i .fcic, Tlm. .. MHMlM: 'IN and wan idenl*. ,
Ik. M lywood last yekr it in thes.
+nw. M..rb t. 1111 Th. 8t..r> D.IlT N... kuplred tny Interest/ Southard M a o/freJT2 r
j less 1'I .u ,...d... ._ t. niL 'LI _10. fled a* Langra BenarsL Tty tree been an unpopular, asocial.! individual who felt hinelv 't
pdsbnwttlu ,_. 4 a I....ylaASSOCIATED INil. *was. 0.....'_10 .ewes II tMatl'4 Q + has shown no .sign of putting on 1 rejected because: he! was nd taken Into'any of the duly lurk\

taclU'slblj' f fruit this,'year, due to damage abilities, and Was not outstanding In! any pf,lib cWT. : |lie| IBU JjT*'

V -: MEMBER\ : OF THE PRESS caused by the Jhurrlcane, though little chess however, and when, a call Wi'ls.\ <.Jood h, s

l n.l............ "".,. 11| mil ItW ....li..'..1. a."tb..a. ,., n/ehD.tl..f. .11 ill, there was. but ,one- medium-sued Harvard: Chess: team td play against!" Yale, hi ntipon!( \upko kown'geat a. log
1 _.:!.ql.!:. .piba.d. II iA..w.p.p.,' .. wax a. as APlra.edr.. 1t limb broken I surprise,'won a place on the team It see ,..I\I...

i ))WW1N A. sEiNNnka:! = ..... .. ...r_ ............,"' ......10".... Back alxwt 19141 win developing he wit the champion of( Harvard and then the champion not .r s
'. .... : It W
/nNW: $. LroNa rLDwiN 10-aere fur a relative. e
+ :: a grove
and of New These chess
JsNNINgA5. JU. .:,i.- : :clir ., nil England. victories i.1tllUtkUled
.an4.IAr'Ii sin lIt.t: ., .. ,,06'-101. near a hortion of which was to bp plant: point I in t his life, J fie had discovered that he could null. dG t h

I 0111'I la NNINIi"1t4 "' .... ............. ._.-- ed to East Indian mangoes, Aside': better than most other people could: do It; this giive fuis'w
\ from Mulgobas and Hadens, lbe' he also excel in besides /'
that might something
\4 RATES ( (chess,
{ ar SL'ASCRIPT'ION tine, t knew about them had been :
i a. I''' ha Tor /-.N ,... ,...,.. -. ....-?.-Ii St'i' from A( 33 he was1,made a lull l professor (of psycliuDyring ) .I i
) 'I l4n ___.. : gleaned nuraery catalogue the next very busy ten year of his life when se.
3'f t Ad.wttdra'itt.\ .. ......, loosen ." .xnatl.e.. "10. ...._.... ......... 110. Nabs Thus it was that on seeing the limits !at hi is snultlple duties a* physician Umber dan wa tal'Ioog

f j t. Tb. airand, I-.. ..":nln.: p:?, ,. :'...al.nkahk ptkd:::' ':N W r.Nrnra.w.nL. re mub't t14M. .f .A .._ Langr Bcnani so highly toutedin port!,, lecturer and advisor to the War department Iw wouldtop "' **'nit
1 h frfyup
the Palm catalogue )
Royal Nursery
Y after lunch for a game of chesi: with us (stuff mcmbin d
of that year I bit at it, book ton fsychopathlo Hospital) On Saturday nights he k
would 'am,.
bait and
Ilnlter..biv aung.n1II'IIIYOllng brush aside all duties and responsibilities and to the
go niuri ...
1 ,
MEMBER ( \) 19 48t n+ 1 trees. Nursery description follows of the old! Boston (Ches (lub, taking one of ui with (him, "C ......
given at that time wa* a* !
vl he would af: fVVe must go and wash our' mind J f
,. e Lingua BenanH of the Introductions
.. one
.... Manycyfa a/ have' passed since then, and arm I plwith /0a
from 'India" which bore I in, s
the Topeka Chess Club which, while 1910 for the first time, Promises
--- ------- ft* own. It meets, tt a rule, in an unpretentious; nriMte'' haft W.

tWHAT'S THE MATTER WITH STUART? grower and is a stronj. own brings hi board plecev boob and chea (hounds TAta! .
: fruit J Js thhugestw.have
v arranged in a tow which may extend Into the kitchen The ambit/
uA dozen soreheads in this town are constantly I'I' ever.teen, weighing up tr ,
so ."f" 3 Ibs, 1 os. each. little fibrel are almost without exception,' men, although onJl'SlIlt.w.
griping about! the City ((.ommiwon. the Chamber of Commerce -> flavor rich and Very color of skin and occasionally put id an appearance. Flaying nrrwerdi. asinlml. \

the Sailfish Club! and any other organized effort -, greenish Juicy! .* spit,silently Refreshments'are served about clever 'fl.xk. tni yeikjw
I or "yellow of .' of ''root beef ors of '
usually glass plate rhe
I I popcon IhiI
toward which they can toss a ripe tomato These "Languid Benarsls loafed. '
: 0: never suspended for these refreshment, unless by (chaired Ow.rln
a i If you listen to them, Stuart is a ghost town being robbed .. aKmg.. for tome year. without a sign player, an author" and historian i Is celebrated I It,, bit massy

,,, blind by a bunch of bandits who never do anything huts ". .,". of fruiting At length bore'a howevercame interruption of the game aE this point In ads lilf{ J.t y 6

)' ', Mt on their hands! Sure the simile Is all balled up j ,,'{ "' a year when they fair meekest, kindest, gentlest' man imaginable: over th "hca ltd\ ,
But such !
,,' q ::1' it expresses perfectly the gripers' complaint I. crop fruit ot mangoes Big unattractive -, becomes fiercely rampant and belligerent He nv< IItIr _

1.r.. 'i One prominent, loud und angry gripe i il that we fail ': end of very mediocre greenish-yellow flavor, better peed, crashing his moved piece to the board will ,lane thai S
caslonaUy Jars all of the other pieces out bf the n''' m amt
:1 to stop our rightful share of the 2000000 or so tourist \ adapted to than for
: .f.I I D News and Comment Ct S cooking eating else this would be very bad form, but in this "lxl, pew,, lid"
>> Miami lresh'lmm the tree And frequently
:' who pas 1Jy enroute to Florlda-oops-we mean a. .
and understood. the violent
I ported: Oocasionally; 'II I hnp{ m
\ I ., Another\ is that we dont allow any tourist camps or JUDGE HARRY DYER of Stuart has hla jectlonable principles by voting for Dewey,' characteristic of. over-sin extends to the glass of root.beer and 'a painful deft unmet liiiksi

,, \, Cottage courts to develop here like they have at Fort picture in the encyclopedia In this case v ho stands on the san\e\ principles. If this fruit liable, the bearers trees, were From shy and unre) spilled' fluid |\I mopped up Thi accomplished iwivn Kihs

'f Pierce, Vero-Beach and lU\' l'ra. Our zoning laws prohibit it'll the Hunter' Encyclopedia, a 1,200- should happen, there would inevitably bea with personal would ex reigns again'in the room except for the elk-king .1111.t ik) gmtlmai i
it' nerlence them 1 )
reaction which would the South backin no "
i t page compendium on the sport compiledand put emphatically placed men of war .
i same. edited by Raymond R, Camp, fishing the Democratic bag in 1952"as happened give them ground room- I mention this a* a testimony/ to the aggression ,cloned m a It

I\:1.: Now; at the risk of making some of there gripers mad editor of the New York Times and for in 1932, as the opposition would be thus parently peaceful a game* as chess.: Whatever elm I.. 1t 11\\ did;yal

,' at ja -and who care4-we are going to point out a few many year's 4 Stuart sailfi'hmg and quail characterized as personal rather than on WJJRS"tditor chess .is intense and '
relaxing game Flaying a,very utirjfipdm
.. '
: : disturbing! fact No: 1 Is that it is up to each individual'sy '
shooting visitorPUBLISHED : political principles"WHAT which only one who has gotten well into it can full jpprauk SIM
.: y,,1., ,t own private gray matter to l>e smart enough to stop hisnhare'ftf e < _
tt The door i I- :IO oz::::=:::: ::.OClO people find.k exhausting others oL.e.ivelylIbsolhIllS A njleaji
Golconda rolls '
> the 2,000.000 by our
: : i by St t'kpole'and Heck .,lOt WE gonna T>e from; now on, GovernorT Stuart News !claims to have nearly failed In lass second. year' at mNlnll.W., l) ,.

1 but-ili: i isn't Ru.*--private initiUtive and Indivldyal en- Harrisburg ., this;: book Li the most com Mugwumps ; m The City of Stuart It getting he and hi'*'roommate became to absorbed playini 'I' *ik!''IIIe
I how make
terse still have,the liberty of scheming to .
plete thing of its-kind 1 have ever seen- leady for its annual cleanup campaign other. I confess that occasionally, I have felt i <.vm> mtaj"",(
I, the*trost of oppoituintithout offense intended, Iff!
covering the field thoroughly and com- IS THERE ANY greater feeling 'of frustration to make Southard' bemendomt, mlifelhlli\ '
our community some time at k; then I recall s
4 l,, \\ ',, still.true that if you sell a better orange, offer a better pletely. It is.a must for the ardent hunter than can be handed one by the more attractive to t the tourist* thai philosophy of wishing pies mind and I go and pU sofa jat

} "y J bargain in rooms and create a more luscious hamburger and every game club uhduld have one in its very young? Th* other night my young may. visit us this fall and enjoy it; ... ;>

you-il get your share and more. library. hopeful forgot his arithmetic assignment\ ,.,While 1 for this' urbane friend ol skillfull,
am campaign An mine who play "very Est gI'ajsi'
alt the tourist court problem, It is true that Stuart'c |
I ; I went with him to to find his teacher '
I try 100 : l r.hat
\ ; per cent It. remind me 'of admepnphten one evening after having administered srvvM *
,. .,I'lotting laws are rcHtrictive-but there is a Zoning Board who RAY CAMP worked for nearly two year I ''No luck. So we went to a couple ot homes the new Item about a man who r |Considering his own gentle temperament: I wai ten! mudl"aped"
I I of Appeals to any prospective can go assembling\ the material, with the help of to see classmate; They_couldn't remember lying his wife for dJVOI't'e.oo 114. hy hear him say, "Perhaps you are not mean enough ml haw "w

r t. baa valid idea id aIfthe hag merit and the improvements experts across the continent. 'While com- : either Back home, we remembered another count of her appearance "Before )have. to have a mean .ai freak In you to play this game *axW V
I appear piling the quail section he happened to Where I tried to start the car the he married her
: I she ruthless |-
Board went to the What he meant was that-one has to be *nu iigiUt (
Lit is 9 to 1 that the
of attracts nature, Zoning
think of a trip. he had taken with Harry I.battery died. We walked This classmate beauty shop had her lisle done sic
t of will OK the deal -unless the public rises and up doe in ad competitive contests and the fort:( that ) apptw" '
i.\; Appeals in one of those amphibious converted autos couldn't remember either.' And next day, her faced fixed up and came outa such a pacific"old man's"1. In the ,of lllIIbtfica Ilia udJ-
:: voices disapproval, which hall happened game eye
; : : that the boys around here calf woods buggies because, the hurricane 'warning, ,..chooldldn' beauty but she failed to keep fierceness
and the Sailfish Club all far up lying : '
i J the Chamber are
1 city
so he asked hs| friend Lee Wulff, keep anyhow. the treatments *-
tro.perfect-but each is trying and it wouldn't be a Her Lair become There are many !legends of the origin of ekes \t 1 who was in Florida I last! winter,.to fly by Unkempt,)per 1 face became nightmare India nlKtitutt In'
a stay It was Invented by the Buddhists in M !
who the
h if of those gripe quit
,I I : blamng baiQdea others tome for their troubles t Stuart and get a shot of the chariot, CAP'N FLAG6:, who is up in the Garden and she wore the same drew because. they) felt that actual war and the ncmsjn slmi.) J III t&$/
I pf Sweden Minnesota) got irked listeningto
'" ( every day. He put up with her fellow-men nutter for what immotj',' And .Bunjf
t Stuart this no
of in ,
y' Tare is plenty opportunity right purpose was
SO THAR{ IT IS 288 folks about Minnesota's 10,000
on page right betwixt"Hunting" brag as long ai he could but was forced that chesi Invented. by Talaing Qtiwa ,W.|jafonclime +AsS
; was
\ but dumb That'
mime! for smart folks- most of us are [
Quail and "Wild Turkey We )lakes "I'm, sure Florida has /nore, he |10 leave her Lord and Ink distraction IP kin hi..out"*
: of it, but The New point out hundrerh hoped by
0 cflTde putting -
a way know of no spot Harry would rather beCONGRATULATION'S wrote us. .And that very week, opportunely It is all fine clean the
: ery to the to another the wu imvnk"*t t I'i! Jf
: of people build up a dream idea of Florida before up According legend, game
to the effect that Florida
we item
t 1 can't ? ran an city before: the tourist come down, Ravin, of in order". to him will In 'I""","P ."
i I' getCug here. When they get here they find what King Ceylon, amuse
4JAY for has 80,000, Any other Stuart folks who but O It
doing a why not lollow'tip this dc..nlip areas
1 ( ; c thej :want because we insist on selling them what we grand Job-and thanks a lot for the get in trouble with braggers might remember ( While his metropolis was closely beselged. '
copy campaign witb'ftgular .! "m telE'awell'
ha *.easily at hand instead of going out of the way to every stories of which this b typical l: A eertahs'Ceerut *
you sent me. Harry joins! in hoping that that The Stuart New* is always glad f'lo'
day cleanup moves? If this Shad '
,) wa '
a* a good soldier, to'ron'llM'
gi\Qhem what they want. wa* attempting'
( having his picture in.t there will to helplU\
boost sales
!: \ done we would not have to have weulh I such 1"ldd
and his soldier the
l They(: want small places in the country near a town e. Wlntct came ort ,"ftoding
like""Stuart with a few orange trees, a coconut palm or hue annual cleanup\ but 'our city what they had been accustomed to, and aba bite \k'rom1'll: ?*
AND BY THE WAY Stuart' Legal Eagle IT'S NOTHING to hand a grand guy likeCap'n would be 1"'P"'
l j presentable all through Tn
I bun
two--and a place to raise chickens\ and loaf. How manysucBhave wives and families, became clamorous to return
is pictured in the 1949 of thousand extra-
Fishing Guide holdIng ; Flagg t coupl .
thoyear If the
) tourist
i are At. .., their milit-r
made available for them'They ? amused and at the time "toflaine
we wild lakes when it. his kind pant
two turkey that Jim Pomeroy or to, was through traded
I !! want i ice cold orange juice in liberal quantities shot urging that we became reacquainted with and by our deckle city when they arrive ant! invented! \\the game of chest with which the solder| .rdmciAlIt

at a fair price !served in nice surroundings-and a smile I the North Fork fly fishing this spring. We they to stay. withus lighted that they no. only passed the winter with.ni' '
I what-a
( along with it. They want clean, comfortable rooms at a J. STROM THURMOND. Governor of ; still owe him a lot and look) forward to when ., letdown they)%will get, but"In the spring conquered the rich country of Sit'ntt,, d I
they see our city the balance bv) * 1 fair.price offered by friendly people. The psychology: of chess:' has been studied mm
:, 'wlth' ..
l No'th Ca'lina, /sun writes'UII that: "The fishing him again when he return of the I Do t Cr;orioI*
t j Aside from the tourist opportunity, ever stop to thinktbat.nhere.is South cannot Protest' ? against Truman's 01>. this fall ; ;;....E U will l want year.to ?,you think> _they krist and psvchoaiuilysta, particularly' Ernest; Jom) !laatC and "JKorpman.
\ ; stay Fleming
not one farm machinery supply house or) ? Allred Binet and, Very recently, J JOI1I1. ,.
I i ranfh supply house in Martin County-with our county I 'During this cleanup campaign $tmng Fleming\ and Strong emphasize.. the *u< ,i,,,iv, V*'* +. fc
y't FOR THE LOVE OF A JOB iaou ,
) developing at a. great rate in both these activities music City Commission going to tion,from tempered composure and prudence at tw| nrStll'llJt('|
By FRED C, JELLY: I always wanted W. earn his living by making fix our dock |
up ,,city to attract !III {
VTS need small industry If you have the quarters to While he have less than he used game to sharp concentration: on plotting,xdtemelll Ul5TLof
house one, a score of them are looking for a plate to move For some reason, I alwa'e fe'1 like cheering whenever today may money Whether be Is foolish yacht owners to tie up and stay a weak spot,alarm.and anxiety Vm the part okll<< threaterod i
[ l to I so -dh ? '
I never saw a man happy Jut %
frooi the Opa.Lobka: base, now being reactivated at Miami: I hear of a man who,, letlines alluring offers bow feel about it, us condition 1 II.deplor exultation of succesi in crushing the opponent t admiral" wj"

,I h There nothing the matter with Stuart that .private of big money to engage, In something that he (doesnt t A or famous not, depends, playwright on received you an offer to Write able.and the No pilings lights, one water faucet the opponents technique, pod a'wbh. tIrrvoogt'\ m nof\llll za
ate" so bad that MM gee""
initiative won t cure. hke,( These.author Insist that the is n.tntimatelj'' ;
; game ...
motion pictures at ,an almoltrlncredibte.wuy"Bulhe boat afraid
owners 10
I J ''I k. Men Who have family responsibilities are often promptly declined. t them. are to tie fr up to La meaning shared by both players Require**
I I It p LIVING LONGER compelled to hold)" 1 uninteresting Jobs rather than do "I have all the money 1 need,* he eipUined( "10 A. Christopher. self hi the abet player a position, and affords a jiroareuivtratkn \ ;

: :I)1) the course of an analysis of the cost of medical care, less profitable work more to their Lute. It require why should I write play"that 1 probably would not SCharleeosrtNewa of minds. favorite es+e
t, to turn down dull but honorable Ernest ,stutn. that clew playing wa* s
/ 'f''f'f Frank' G Dickinson, Ph.D., said I "Although the American courage t job that even recognize: on the screen as my own merely to Editor a Jones WuHi the
would increased' ol the world leader, Indpdng
mean Income mine\ military
J t peofcle have been paying out more dollar for medical care make more many 4;: I wish to tale that 1 think thai{ mating. *" ._.
i.i.J. V in recent years, the percentage of the national income and My observation has been flat a men who refuse I dont know this playwright but 111 Wager. egingershap (the rural people ol Martin County and Napoleon.\ He point' toot i that the motive which crMct iapefltrve

of total) consumer expenditures they spent for medical cafe In take a !less congenial Job( > for more money b not that his a stickle lor( honesty, a should give ,the County Commie b not only the conscious doe of pugnacity ( *, ill

I ,, were decreasing sl 1;ghtly, And Americans are living lily honest! but II'xL1'pti/lI1ully intelligent., .He know When the lute John M, Siddall was putting the sfeners a hearty vote of thank for 1+' garnet) 'but also the grimmer one of father of' *tide ?Key-a; :*I

I I longer" that no amount of mywy) can compensate for being American Magazine on its feet, William R. Hearst the' excellent job done goal of the \game It t the capture (immobilaatlpn} ci
they hay tqll.II1!
i I *}?ot no very long ago appendicitis was treated with unhappy in his job. Bemuse he has this philosophical .I tried to hire\ him, and practically offered him a, blank controlling,the ,.pesky mosquitoes symbolic\ father figure; But I believe ,,ones errs hi of the get TJ

'J opium pills and poultice! This form of treatment was attitude, be usually a ihornilng fellow I contract I to, fill In'with his own figures. But John this year. and murder There Is a legend t the origin """ os...

1 as chearf.....but most of the patients died The diabetic was; I know a man, a Uwyrr In an,Ohio city,, with shook has.head and.saidt *No, I doubt if Id 'be" as In *0 niy 6 year 'residence deal with thi very point: There Were Jwo bnAliets .s '\\JuI-

111- 'i.' given"codeine and put on) a diet. Again, the doctor'i every prospect' of becoming; leading influential happy u where I am.* hero in this neck of the woods have I bad one,the bad brother declared war on the goo6 the ...... bypa

a charges were low-but the\ patient soon departed this citizen. who gave up not,only fits I business connections 'But,* asked Hant'if f you !had no intention of we sever' been so free of th eopeslJ' touted tnd u hgp.s, escaping on his.white elephuit' ..IrSi. Id

i world. The enormous progress made in medical standards but a beautiful home to ilart life over again considering such a, contract why did.you come here, | can remember 'wbea *. ordered that he be pursued and captured: without t a w ...
II 1 us It vlolmht in orchestra, Moreover his wife being hann d. This donet the \bad brother was ;hiallt
it .:and the ever'growing complexity of treatment, has an to see mer1 would be sailing' down the 'river was "
,I) ( naturally added to the cost-as does anything which contributes node equally important( sacrifices to" encourage hint! *You'r: famous manoI replied $kidall,"std I was And if ,the wind was light tU sat still on his white elephant; hi* captor went to ass or __

i to( modern thing in all its phases, I In doing what )JMt thrnnht; best Hi Only expluif curious ta meet you I'm a little like the fellow mosquitoes would fly\out and light mount only.to find him dead frond heart fogodd tbr eeea

/ 'In the palmy days of the Roman Empire the average tion was that ne didnt enjoy practicing law and had. whb went to a funeral Just for the ride' '. on the sails to the white sells would other obscure-, cause, but not, through any! a old III

f 9 n lifetime was about 25 years By 1700 it had riser! to S3 -- look black 4.'U. brother and his warrior;. ,lids Incident I e .have::/ *
JIll .
li :yeaoJn the most advanced nations of the'time, Now it b niiiiirmiiiiiimnmrniiiuiiiiiiiimm.Let's' ." replied' "I got the September one ''small Vy "Last night he said. be WALTER.A. MOORE. the game and certainly, it expressed i to refined II les'J) |

61 YJlrs.: Better medical care of course, is not the sole Laugh all right, but October) tint come was going to mow the lawn today, :El 1 Capita Grove,'"CometWUlngtnn King alone of aQ "the" piece b Imlllune'to capture. IIolpklllnt 01' TjJ7.
for increased longevity, but it is one ot the Important yet" object! W hi* antagonist b M force: Wm lists TJviaggreoor I

reason ETctors, MI 11I11I1:1111): II II 11I111I I II III III hull liar)III tome" hen or high water. states, that Ihe bird has defeated( him buf has Ktupulously eb4 ,;

Voluntary prepaid medical 'care plans hav* made It The Charleston\ !S"C, IxKinrs A flash\) i'flood:;liecllbe.tOWll't -* :opt rise Scent Everglades stamp InS him.' *. --'"

r J !&Isle for the majority of Americans to anticipate doctor offlc got a call front. a 'lell'o'' Observer pew a .wk, ,move 1?Lsdy( Tourist Do you have any i fa> While Heron And here WI! Perhaps this subtle difference h the type of aggrea'thing ?Y 1/1/ .
) pos *
around hater >* 'L
{ The ,
lowly dow stream for Mr, outstanding sight thought- right to do with k* attraction I for k* devotee ,
,4, andW:' >spltal costs by paying small monthly'aums. That whose telephone hid been! mstuljad feet Belong (bat. It Vai III
hl, 'fi (mall-proportion of,our people who are so poor that they several' months htfwe. "1 witnt then stop and t naki) .,wsyvupstream ',; Hotel|' Clerki'Tr*. madam; W rlamlngolVtIatever! that bird his adversarr'father than bhtdgeoninf" hint AH 4l1thorilT"' 'j)leaschess ?

eanfjjft pay anything at all can be ',cared for by public my..telephone bunt,"*he valet i Thivchecked far the ....... ,JiiUnce, I have the only .helium.. plant In etlst. was.' (It Maid an .ggH seat, _!? .b miniature war ta which the aggressive p'ttanr tC i

11' agencies The country doe not\ want or need grandiose the record, and a-skrd himif "What do you make al their SomeM rice In the world.: 1n.bq lake Dkeechobee-and for of different penonalitie are1 clearly discernible ""there, ar.Contrniuxl "l. tilt ,

: eomTuiaory\ medical schemes 'that would cost trillion a he was sure'he nad out received (, asked."Wrt I ,My Tourist: 'Andbttlnbloorftnow our. money! {the entire stamp is rtillWPC of rla adopted): A ever chess' 'player know*, I

Dt I year irml tfnbi''et the doctor tp political'. whin.a.I, it new directory Ira inn, he > thaft grave ,
to I pag.'Fhi'I

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erslty of Florida* Agricultural II. huts to two-thirds cornmeal is The dry ingredients are mixed aponslble by--not-,\keeping. them'I the advisers say Lightweight i ::1"
"MEWS'OF COUNTYACTIVITIESie Extension Station. 1 I HomeDemonstration the mixture ihe, suggests This and then moistened with the properly. cords 'become frayed and ioriVvin I 4
t i .
Hi points out that tfle. cost to mixture contain: 15 per cent. milk. The use of milk Instead of time and then an a nre-....
'County Agents\ ColumnBy farmers of producing crops and J I II I protein; as against t pe rcent for water gives added protein to the Plugging too many electric appliances hazard.... -....... \I
v livestock In 1947 was higher than 1 cornmeal alone. It carries more I. bread. No fat is needed In the Into one outlet I not only
L. M. Johnson I the 11'01I''income In any of the than 17 per cent fat as against batter when peanut are used cuts tbe Current and means less r-:
'years betweetf World Wan I and I.1 NotesBy less than 4 per cent tat for cornmeaL but the pan should be greased power and dimmer. lights; it 4 ,
II' II. This situation revealed In Bread made from this: before baking the bread. also may, overload the circuit RIO NURSERY?
Ln a gardener'geta; poot seed to decay ofr the young studies by the USDA Bureau of mixture has t times as much Try this; and blow a fuse, Rural Electrification i
fof plant in carefully pre- seedlings, to die before they Agricultural Economics, puts the niacin M plain cornbread. adviser of the U S. De- f er
soil he usually fall emerge' from the toil according farmer In a. vulnerable positionIn I Putting peanuts In the tradU 1 Dr. Abbott recommends grindIng To hold fresh quality eggs partment of Agriculture *ay. It Os'na'r tal Piss '
.Weds. Actually the to Dr. W. B. Tisdaie Florida Ex the event of a fall In farm tlonal Southern cornbread\ ,a raw peanuts in an ordinary need to be kept cold. Modern retail pay to have enough'outlets and
f molds due to attack perlment Station plant pathologist price simple low-cost way to add flavor food chopper with a fine blade stores now keep eggs under to have them conveniently BLU GREEN fertiliser !
|(l bar that cause the Referring to Ms own Studies and nutritive value to this and making up enough at one refrigeration and wise buyers placed. The Urn to Install them foods + i '
This trouble Is known as dampIng & of costs and returns of producIng staple food of the South, Oulda time for several days tuppljf will select eggs from refrigerated most economically) U when the Insecticides 4 s
-off. You can generally avoid citrus la Florida which the D, Abbott of the Florida Experiment The ground peanuts should not cabinet rather than from house U wired. Howard E. ecormiclc .' '' '
jETE s FOOT arcH U by duattng'seeci with one of, Agricultural Extension Service Station suggests Dr Abbott be' kept too long however, because store counters With conveniently placed outlets -
STTWSSWh ,several chemical compounds sold started in 1931, Savage says the 1 believes that many families they eventually take on a At home also\ eggs should! be there will be no need for Between SWartr'aao\ ensen ,
for this purpose under names I cost of producing citrus fruit In I in the South could Improve their rancid flavor* kept In the refrigerator or other long extension cords which are
OI. t'.r d 'e .. APP y such M Arasan, Spergon' ;;Cupro-! Florida during the 1946-47 sea- dIets for better nutrition limply Any housewife can add ground cold place.. Eggs can lose qual- not only unsightly and Inconvenient i
,. PI'L' P .NILTMATI/ C... G MORE frnaLl 1 clde and Bemesan. Use of the son was the highest of any year by Including peanuts In their peanuts to her favorite corn- ity rapidly on the kitchen tableor but also may causetrouble I
'TRF'GT/e I,! a. 55.1. G.e aW.e /proper chemical preparation for, In the last 17. dally cornbread or corn muffins bread recipe The recipe Dr. Abbott In warm cupboards just as It they-are placed so that I
wj aM b..M.et 1 .. I the specific crop and use of the On bearing groves the operatIng The peanuts give the bread more uses calls for 1 1/3 cups they can on store counters Grocers they yl easily be damaged
{ es NT esd pPUQ awl e.He' right amount the preparation cost ttrv acre was $ltfO ,n protein fat and niacin-the corn meal, 2/3 cup ground peanuts often get the blame for under a-rug, for example, or In I
should protect\ the teed, Dr. 1946-47,and only $1.63 jew last anti-pellagra vitamin If Southern ; 1 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons poor quality, in eggs when the front of a doorway
(,dale says' season, For each of these two I cooks made their cornbread baking powder: 2 cups .milks housewife herself has been re- Defective cords cause an in.
Follow" the manufacturer's. directions seasons costs exceeded ,Irult returns regularly with the addition of creasing number of trouble calls! READESTATE
exactly he advises Fo= an acre for any of the chopped peanuts, Dr. Abbott ___ -
the treatment> use a Jar or other nine seasons from 1932 to) 1941 lieves there would be less WHAT IS YOUR HOBBY? -
air-tight container that will hs which averaged $117 an acre lagra in the South. be-I LOYAL ORDER OF
not over.half full I II when.the seeds One-third ground raw I de
In It. Add the I '. (Continued (from Four)' MOOSE "
I are proper amount Sweet potato, growers can cut huge I. STUART LODGE 5145
v 'of dust. close the container down losses from rot by carefully go below 50 degrees F. or cold attackers, the! strong defenders, the provocative plavors lilt tauliiiiii .MEETS. .....M P M. .
l < < tttl' >NEWAYS
lightly, and shake and turn it curing and storing their damage. may result. players\ the'..ttack.froni.hchlud players, the I LAtH MtNTH Properties */ fill) kind
II for 1 or a minutes. As all seeds crop at the proper temperatureand .-- romantic styles of play, ctc Some individuals! are partlculurly skillful Moose H me
will retain* enough' dust to Injure -[ hlmldity. tne State Exten- From the, feed standpoint. lit I. HUtKAL HWAY for wle.! 4
( the of the others
them if too much Is used sion Service suggests morel use Queen, an individually powerful piece; aro J 4L F
Florida In .
dairymen a
be sure to use the, amount Sweet potatoes have for yean favorable situation are as the fall especially. fond of the! fawns (the! underdogs);-otlieri Re the Bishops .. ,
I recommended 1 been "cured" before storage- and winter season of heavy milk (!opliftie} | attack); other. ,the Knights (ingeniously Indirect), etc A Also rentals and insur- '
you can treat retail packets 'I kept for about,10 days immediately consumption approaches, according recent book un chess is organized about the theme that cacti \il Ito 1 I
I of seeds by opening one earner after harvest at a tempera to C. W. Reaves, dairyman famous chess'[players of history* had k .'Ct"rtllltt'f'ycholngy' in hii Style t anciEcKyard. '. M.
I of the packet, adding as, much I tare of 85 degrees F. and a relative with the! 8ta e Agricultural b examined and demonstrated by excerpts from recorded games. I +
Got dust aa you can lift qq the point humidity about ,85 percent Extension Service :- Although It has been played for perhaps u 1 long> as live tlioiuaiuf,
ew I 1 ol a penknife blade, closing the. When '
the akin of a sweet He points out that there,Is and It has that of other Mapp
although a literature grealethau
Life,. i packet, and shaking It well. I potato (Is broken In harvesting, strong demand for milk, and years any ill
chess cannot! be said to be form of recreation I have
a popular \
r Dr. Tlsdale also warns gardeners i the tuber forma a layer of corky many Florida area! are short at game
h : the wondered why this h so: (lie is not difficult to learn, much less \
/ yo\\ worn not to Inhale any of cells which heals the' wound this time.'There are large supplies game Realtor \' ,
IWd Urea aI"Mcond :dust and not to allow it to remain This' process takes place most of feed grains, and a mole so, for example, than bridge: it is very inexpensive; (in contrast to poker, C""ptE psi
Td 7 that'll ratte ''em :, on the skin Wash It off rapidly.In fairly high temperature favorable relationship exists between golf and backgammon); it requires ICM time than many games and It O. Arcade BId,. I l
Jliie 1 brand-niI 1 Bring at once with soap and water. and moisture conditions, milk and grain prices. b dot1 at many people think, s slow, dull game The pictures of two .
| /ur old treil-Aares I, U S. Department of Agriculture These points all add up to the Individuals sitting peacefully regarding a piece-studded' board before i Phone,19 'f I'. .
> The farmer can be riding high specialists' working In cooperation -. If'I
suggestion that dairymen will be
1* We'll rene | mlnmi them are exceedingly misleading Silently they are plotting (and at I
today and riding for a fall tomorrow : with the Southeastern feeding their animals for heavy
: warns Zach Savage, as. Stales have found that milk production for the next tempting to execute) murderous campaign of patricide, matricide 'J I
Pries soclate economist with the Unl- I ftound- [Reasonable 1 --I the dried apd hardened Reaves says Florida dairy cow terribly worried about something of absolutely no Importance. Frel.
[Stuart Rec p BLS -+! wound surface greatly retard Infection numbers are not down, but the ently they will both feel better They will have washed their minds,
Service LANE and to a Urge degree country has had a 4 per cent reduction ----- -- -- --- -- -- KER'S
Has Moved From actually prevent It. Attractive prices for UHllllllllUmiimillllillllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllim/ limilllllllllllMIHIIIIMH"BECKER'S" TE CO E AGO
amn'* Serviee-Station Raulerson Dress Sh.p 1 At a temperature of about 85 beef animals and scarce feed ,.
i The degrees F. and relative e
I a hum- supplies have been the cause
fEO.HIGHWAY U, s. t tL mldlty of about 85 per cent this But even in Florida heavier .

i sia *"'.?, **. 417 W. 61LmnhultuIIHluulHHnuunumuIHI11111IuIuIHHHnuuuunnnul :healing process begins by the milk production will be needed s Miles .... SERVICE AT10N '
., l third day and proceeds rapidly.. this fall and winter to meet consumer 8 3 of Stua n U. S. 1
To build
protection against
uunl 1
I / CN.ra FI'.n 0,.',. Utta l. I IWe
rot as soon as possible, the poc, I FR ,
GRINERf tatoes must be placed In the Wash, bricate and Polish Iour Car
curing house at the prescribed GOT SPECIALIST 8 Co eous. Efficient Service
MVERSIDE RESTAURANTSPECIAL temperature and relative, humidity Hot Dogs a Ha urgers Sandwiches -
Chiropo tNe OPEN 7-ft A. M TILL 10:00 P
MENU: EVERY DAY 2 within a few hour after r. P y ILWa" Cold Drinks Coffee Shake I II Ms
digging. In no case should harvested F (7 DAYS A WEEK) \
FrieV Chicken Steaks, Oysters and Shrimp sweet potatoes be allow- FREDEa CORT I y'u N. IIAM.to11P' I YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED \ I ,
HOME COOKED e ed to remain outside tine storage IIIIIJrJ .
Tasty, Delicious Food house bvernlght. .. !. \ -
After the potatoes are cured,
ALBERT GRIN R storage house temperatures '."
M should drop to about 55 degrees .

In Curls Service / = F. but relative humidity should I '
> 1
'% M0.E NORT T. .ocie aivta BXIOCE ortED. no t = be maintained at the same 80 THE SEASON IS OPENE'YMOUR'S :\
111111111111111111111111111HI1111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII0' to 85 per cent.Storage temperatures -
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII should not be allowed to

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii lftllllitlllllWearing ....... ... ._-_._ ,.... ''t :

Apparel 1 of Dig inction AT-

'. '. PER CAPITA UP .lNN' -


2 PER. CENT' ,

Lust co STY sANE Florldans an average .... ,
9 So. Second Street Fort Pierce | per capita Income of $1.I04.ln /
IIflIIIIIIIt11H111tIIHII11H11l11Illllllsl illllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllillir 1947 an Increase of I per cent A :
over 1946 the research and tnt f CLUB TEAKS
dustrlal division of the Florida .
State Chamber of Commerce
IBERAL ALLOWANCE stated yesterday In Its weekly / ,
business review. NOT __ JUST:;GOOD BUT ,
WILL fit GtVWI O \YOUR "The national average per \
capita Income was $1.)23 last / '
OLD TIRES a/d BATTERIES year 9 per cent greater than In PERFECTI''
kTALERN)6 "In 1920 the per capita lib '
come of Floridians was 71 per '
This per cent rose to 89 In 1940
STATION and to 90 In 1944. It stood at 89 .
) in 1946 and was 83 last year.

Florldlans have led the South MAKE; .n\AN EVENING ,
AT ROA I In per capita Income each year lYr
U. S, No. 1 SALERNO since. 1929 the first "year for ,;\\jti.; 4C,

ON 'iPlACHASE OF NEW which' comparable figures are .Jk, : A'
available) 'wltW-Only three ex- '
\ V
Amoco rires and Battcril a ceptions. Virginia led In 1941 (. r, .,, '

INVEST/GATE! BUY NOVl! and second 1947 in In 1942 these and years Texas Florida led.was In ?:::',." ''R'S '. "J'c !.1.1i

The per capita. Income of) .
Quick, Courteous, Efficient Service Floridians Is based on a total ,. II\. .. ,

c BEEDLE Owner income of :NWf.&oOOO according 'spopulation DANCING SUNDAY NIGHTS / >K SEYMOUR'S ORCHESTRA

to latest official report

10. Boa |3 Salerno and both slightly lower than unofficial f V.
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;\ llinillllllllllllllMIMIIIMIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHinitiMiiniiiiniiiiiiiiii REITZ GETS CONTRAct ces of ,... ststp of 110ft..... \--1 ..
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Work slartecT Monday under _' ... dabs.... "" .
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iiiiiMummiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiimiiiiiiiiFOR iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiiiiiiiiiininiitiiiii direction' of Herman belt on I | Salerno Civic .Association g gocioc ,..... 54 05. ..... .4 "5511a lee mug cimc,1, ,
L' I,' for fepreaeataHv of aae Both. C... 705 IiAaTl5
RENT Twe dowa-Uwa tOST MariJlto frjajfar skirt remodeling the front step of IMatrlet, ef tke .,. of IN CHANCERY Cttouy .'

l lf [m mRATES All aptrUrryiU.electXf equlpmej-r Newly f am Phone Lined. Please phone .i>TV, Sept. Z3 the warded Baptist the Church.contract HeftS for wa the ;: ==aoE By GLADYS a PERRY aoi i::lu'r' :::..nae.i !P.JI'.Tare. :Circuit toe. Btntea Clgatr-tlrat"...,.. 8 r c.I'1 1POT toAay ow ,

Sr.Z! May 13 It FOUND; sq atern canoe work on hi unopposed bid of I At the last .meeting of Th through a, committee a proper ."of" Jnd&.d.i' mm.lt ., thu50.1w ol.tNN Tho*

about II I io Owner see fltit which wa atceptcta! by Salerno Civic Association Vice- leader 1001wlU' b* nominated PTVidn. Ow1SdOyicg
TACE FOR RENT! ojadlnr mm- ,.. State Attar**;, Ninth IMIoW j'bv.a
, Vtfer. Von I dan a Identify.Pho the church Sept IS! church attorney : President! Jack Saunderson! for this. Circuitof the lute of Florid*. To cLm ,
chin and Refinish 25-K, Sept. 231 John J. Moore announced For One Member ol ta. Boua. .. Kept*. ut
CUD ; Sc PER WORD ORDINARY y ar noon at nf uniilili rates --_.-._. -- -- -- troduced John Cross and W. X.Kexaen The next card party will 'be aoalnllv** ol tha fttato at Florida 5OOTAl.upuj, ey,,

j ATV MINIMUM 5O., FOR 11 Phone IM, Sfbrt Hardware I of the Boy Scout movement tonight. Mrs. Rasmus Mortensen -, CM Couat* Index .5L..::

WORDS: fte PER WORD CAP <* If who talked about starting will be hostess. Your patronage : 0-1& e- m..dlno no c-c- ,

TALS. MINIMI:! Sic FOR 11 ''a Boy Swat group In this community u solicited At present p.,0tdAI.5.nVGr04OCl5rt OnAc1004, ,
TiPtHRITER/Flr FISHING ;: = \- bmc-ht _
Ad'' RENT-By uru,,
I' WORDSllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllll m/ith. i wr; rJexsen said that if a this 1* our only mean of Income ,.. ,... 04.p P.., ,1

pan week or Phone SOOThe I boy was held down completely and we heed much more to complete For eoo"'r' ......... ..eFoeto.e '.bllt 'toiLi0usM.c

i Stuart ew* V" tf in '' -
Palm |like a coil spring, he would our task. Com for a sociable I ttf ..ueWutineso ,

WlthlfacW I APARTMENTS FOR RENT IN THE FAMOUS time become Ufelew like the, evening and refreshments flrue .0usb. 5..el .1 0.. '
l lI FOR lIE\ *-Motomol|\ Portable I 03..n1.k.n.o.. 54.0 t. S :' .
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmianmimiiii' Radios, Jaf any rat* ? At The spring He must have some opportunity Mr and Mr*. Oliver Smith! will: toe Tb,.. Moealo05 u 0. C..nt. J.e.eJ05hiie ,, m-

I I, } Snack Jensen Bearh St. Lucie Region to let-off his energies be (he chaperone tomorow. for '" 10.......' 1551.0.55 .. 7551,1..
ipup. 1051
With the proper trained guidance (
: Sept 9,16,13 I Youth Night. They are planninga ..: ... \'tip Tout SIKXTSMAN IS A CUAHPIAM"' W "NA11HIIU.' aUOl'"U' I the boy' energies wlU have very enjoyable time for all in .15.. 1>1.,_ I', .0 ,

..II1IIII1II11IIUIIIIIII1IIUiUIIIIII1IIII1IIHIWANTED i constructive outlets" but ii he I Is attendance. Youth Night chaperone '- r_ Itie of tho Poo.. ... ....
f.lh...... 1.100 11Io1 1 .,.
I IiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimii By ERNEST LYONS I lieU to his own resources, all too I Oct. 1 will be Mr. and Mr*. 4. / EVANS tasor

Blues'on the teach nook aLl While most persons consider' hIs energies will express P. J Scotten. The effort ot r.: ::' .... 6ueL ......... AK.p,. I,,, 4
I .. at,.,. .
I' ..tJ.. 1>1.1.. ., ri. ,,,.
themselves various deatl'Uctlve
POSITION WANTED as service the locks, and plenty of ban, these creatures to be too slimy In these Chaperones to make Youth .... ... .... .. Pub. 1.p U. ( i, 4,,,
he said: I
( channels There
station attendant; IS years CEnerience land bream, at the spillways ot: and /creepy: :Marino Studios. definitely the desire In Salernofor Night an enjoyable event for the I. ": : :: Lit
'I young people I Ia greatly, appreciated ::'jt .: .
November t
May. 8L tucle Canal spelled rood : scientist Dr.
Henry KrlUler the formation of such a both by the a"I '" 0_' IoaJ ....
I Ei llest: Plurnmer of local Saugalutk references David Mich fishing here this week aU ,' states that they are actually fun group it I II believed. $uch expression attend, and by the older 8...... tit.,.c.oIl.l...,.... ... n..... leJ me coojay p Ig

3f brought on by stormy to play with He says It Is Quite has been Voiced by many people in town who are interested ...W&/.tt./ ... .., of.. III JUDGE COUOTY, us ASID p
ATLANTIC ( rllT Sept. S thru Oct. 14IiilIIIiiiilIiIIiIiIiIIIIiiluItIIliIiiIIIiIilIII weathef'1' FtC.j,
I ...... j
well is
APARTMll The blueflsh- were a sensation to have those long parents a* a* the boy In this movement. ,11. ... A..Ay. 04 ilCutto 'euu t

STUART FIO1 IDA cut mullet and cut bunker In the row of suction cups slithering themselves. We trust that LEGAl. ADVERTI9CMCN; !;. .......... .. a.., aUTO i'kllRtNOTIce

Fu I NOTICESIiIIIIIIIuIiIuIIUIIIliIiiIIIIliIIIIIUIiI'iiI breaker at Jensen and' Hobe down his arms Oddly enough, T. .I. O. at. RANCOCt To C5o5fl'sep
Newly Decorated, % Eq\l,1pped, NOTICE ELECTION "or
Dr. KrtUlcr. ha found I pr ;
that when
I Sound beaches. octopiuc complicated you consider I NOeS .
; ,
: Housekeeping Apamests like Very much to be I 1C limbs. Ta the ettrrnf at v...... .sZriz's. o* 04. ... o.o..c05 ,
Low Summer! R4r s K t'MM ACE SALE FRIDAY ALL Snook plied In. under the grappling Practically CeMt.. : pn._ 54 I,. it. .11.,
tba Stale al rierMai
Open All \ear RuVd, DAY, POST OFFiCE ARCADE.CIIILDRENS east lock of St. Lucie Canal-'" tickled" When thus Klt.chKoot'd' )- speaking the little one only lel.la J. v r:i e : .h4ui.
vUT1IEliaNT t
W. T. Mi\ AM WOMEN'SWEAR. waiting for minnows to tumbleover between the eye they :, chance .when. the big one i B.' ta 1._ nat' I. L A uo.u. -. leta af Ik. m Jai.lirrs
e. PCLT, j
ecretory State of the State .,
blush all' o
over and) half close !
Telephone, 8152 SOME C.OOD WORK -- were taking yellow feathers i leeps. .. ...., II.. Belle. tfeaGENER > a ; NoTice OF INTENTION T-0 DCOIITEB; ,.

i OThER FOR M/N SPOSORFD \. and plugs.Execilent their eyes like purring kitten. I They are Very orderly i.ncrneat I f ICTITIOUS NAatI i Ts.J' J;
Etac'rioWdIi Notion <10 krrebr Clone thai Ike ..
iuiiiiniiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMiniiFOR an
Although they art unpredictable and leave, Xood refuse
$ 111111t never ;
BY PRlfUYTERIAN bass fUhtnf was reported Halted. ander ta* .10....... ef Cheater" ta. t. "*
SALEIIIIIIIIIMIimilllllllMlimimnmillrl hOlE l.tllU. J Sept 16,13 where ditches empty Into Dr. Krltzler says one thing you to decay around their home wa add .ta Martin CJjamty, rttata iamb i.w* of ."-.... Aeta of K4I'. h I i ***rwrt t can rely upon Is that they .are Since the ocean floor where of Florida, oa Toeaday sJkt aucocedlne; lOll glaler" sIll. the llert. of I tba (IrcoUCourt
the canal- and white and colored ibefflrM Monday nrJuvemW, 4. D, lilt, to aad fur Florida" ,
I I"OR M1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI/IIIIHMIIIMIMI folks both reaped a harvest. I Jealous.. When two males are they live U too dark to allow the mOd Ta..dc9.11* 1beluanJ upon receipt of proof I-co't., ofUtlf ;j

MALE HELPAVANTEDiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiKfiiiMiimiiiMimi i placed In (he..tank with a female them to see they nfust perceiveby Oav'1. "November' petlre th! fMltlou: ''.'', .515.0*. ,. ,
of them with from : T'A"KI-: th'
SUE: IS H P nu'' boa, ranging for Bill: motor Rnenll) meih. I tuletrt fly rod lure to the humble they) will fight continually mean ot a chemical Sense For 0.....,..... "lie. State of Florida.For .... ..hlolo So .IU ....... I. -.1_.
Lt ELI ABLE MAVwth! ear want- for her attention until It 1 Is set* which would mislead them in eVemttfeTef State of Uta ..... WFforldav br.o..!! .o. ."......., pl.e" .0 .it-do., ..
''i New rmf Rarialn 'lur Miine-1 angle-worm In .Poit 8o1. Snidi. Co..r. 11'.1 uiSII.
II one' 5000. trance Apt. !N\ <.. Ii,t ft to call on Armen In Martin Up at Marine Studios they've' tied Who the favorite will be. II the presence of smelly decaying For *rrne, General al tbe.. SUle.; ttFgrvToaiptrollo 1 : aortlea nitereeted fit eald bualnea I *
the' smaller one has courage matter. are A. n. Wblllror Pod 0 C. Wbltienrof : I
ounly, Wftidrrful opportun-
annex. Phone 117. Sept S3 \ found a new way to catch oclopuses I ef the fI''... FtoMa.PIT I Fort atowaH, Florida. and "that "' Attorn
__ No enough to approach the fair 1 These octopuses! hatch from o/ Aa *
(11 ttiWtfe in a day, -or should It be octopi? 1":::' Vreaanrar off taa Slate ot Florida. : are, no other. prreeaa latoreattal .ta aaldbaahiaaa. '

t IOR SALE: Eleven tube f waveband perjenroAr capital required The method used formerly by maiden he must par wIth the etga that are only 1/8 Inch 10 .Suierlnteadnit. of PobUe 5NIW'n III itS
manerl bigger male beforehe has but to of tbe. Slate of Florida. A. A. wnrrtrAR." 050uOt.P0clA0n
achance they easily
console Phiho Itadia I i Write today. Mc- the collecting crew wag to suspend t grew e For Co......_ o.) ......"1..11..1. I 0. C WNITKAIt t,

:' Automatic Record ( '\ntjrr* MftS dbMrANY, Dept. A, a I-Inch ceramic drain and this gets a little of 30 Inches across State at Florida. ,,,. r..... ..... I.. *..la, ... ia,.. Pal. s..a ow

50 rerordt tours for $5O.OO. i Er orJ, Iii. Sept. it, 13niiiii pipe to the floor of the ocean -- LFCAL A i.'l1i.rit----' .; LtCAL ADVERFlitalEMT '' 'LEGAL ADVtaTISEIIIENT LIOAL ADVERTISEMENT'UCAL- 4bVUTIS

1 France Apartment. AnneiNo I iiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ,by means of a string attachedto 1

r 1 1'I" 1. Phone 111 Srpl 2!.> > a buoy PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS To 11 VOTED ON .IN NOVEMtER. ..mMrdanca

1' f miiiiiiiroiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii It\ was soon discovered hoWever NOTIC t r kLCCTrONuder with law providing for tea lose to the amendment of aald 6matllutleh.and tao County by tht Btat County. CountyBihool ':
,I PFTIUMANS POt I TRY MVR i that the opening was much 'KI1\EAS.. ", ....,........ .5 ISO I. at 5. 5.14 0445 Oat .to.O .04 50 .0- be tha Mm* 1f hereby agreed to Board, School bItr.I0I5. Bpeclal =:1-1"J
KIT-( hit kern. ,, choice I pieced, II I broadloom, Mohawk too large and allowed the newly the conaUUttlon .f latt of th 0 .piled. to any awrpoea .ther than theOavntent and ahall be aubmltted to We alcotora ef Tax _heol DMrieta and Uualclpalltlea.i. b. ... tI, }11i;
I lute. .. florida. did poaa II Joint Knolutlone of the principal' and Intaraot ofaald Stat* of riorida fat approval or reection Tha .Leglalature. ahall\ at the ..... '' ,
2 brrastn. |I..C'<, "'Inll;s Aku whole Pehlpe-lg/t, firth Mansion resident octopus to be shakenup prupouitg aineodmmto to to; bohda.. -> at tha neirt Oeixral eortlon toe latlv lleukm. ol itMg, and ln.m time *>.. = :;;[:" ;

dressed. Iryen.. Krueifer Bldf, lloAe raiarfJak Armntron's too much when to the Xjunetltutlon of tha State of .. & aMl .I (Itul. in addlUoa to the bonda autherued held M the year l4t, that la to aay. tun. thereafter enaet taw to toke effect .
pulled 'Ji
.. ISmS l by a ecu S r In paragraph u* above. and eubjeot, to that Sertloe 1 ol ArtlrlOanatltatton XVII el tha bnly alter appravnl by- Bvt ttortora attotd .. .. ;"or,: !
Sept Ib tf >d li l m and asphaltExperllnfUllation. surface and he quickly made '" .II..U a. neosno.. ..bleaw. the llfnltallona. and prevlalona thereof. M tao Mala of Florida. b.. County at a referendum called far .. .... Coom'" ",
------ i OnfIErker A : "::. that the voh* wa eefcllena ond. of Sectloa off Article IX of Iho. Coa.atllutlon amendea M a* to reed ot fellow*! that. ....... n9cU.mg th* peo-oia, fun*,. .Id.. ah.. ..n,,", ,,. ,
PAINT t. USAUutllide: for another area. new more ... war* entered. upon thell.r '' of Florida. the LagUlaturo' may BECTION t Either bra ri udtao.I.l.is. llona. dutlee. and rompenMUoa ot County
IM S Dixie, Fort comfortable lodging ts now __" Journal'*, with the yeaa out I ala. pravldo tor the bwuenoa of 0poeial at any muter ....... *r sino Taa Collector dealgnated to Faragrap i: ::
White and Flat Whit,., $191 Ibda.': .:ml :1l'4: determine: ..mdS'mt I Capital' Outlay bonda by County Boardaot ........ .._,...,. aaeilanthereof I al ThU Beetle. I*, ,nod ahall Ibno.51osoIde (: .
rnt- \. SP'Z> tfIff found to be much more successful Reaelutlona Olaubmltted 0 Education (.. aohool eapUal. outlayprojeeta called. for aueh purpoto either mthe .041.0011.0. us.. 0-5n40. '
per gallon in l-gallon lots Colors ; It Is an L-haped ceramic w. V,* elector* ot th* Btal* ai, .hereafter nuq4U,4" or eanatruelly -.. original rail aay reporting -t. ol all taxelcoUorteJbT .t..=; .t:.:
N and porch and deck enamels I 19 spra>fcaint your grass .... Ooal s.tlw I.1"R.bw: 1041"' I0 bit .10' _d. ohaII So U"Ued to 00S.!.E3 mar :the := County Taa Culinan*. : ,.

from f2.GO 1o' K 63 g, lawncwirs/ or kitiheniTurnltBre. building block with three or NOW THKHftloHI:, 'tRAY.4 : :::1:'" '.04 uO,0c-lto .00.0.04 17 Ito .5 000 .- .... "' ....... fu ....... .. !
L per gal. BecretarT at Stauruf th* Stela florid 5.5.4 .0 Ld.eWlsa 00 p0.051.0 U54 ..e. c-m._ "sOy aurrevbjlon "1 ..
four holes. or you might say nook that .... .. ... = ::' ;: 1: ::
Ion, Ilobe Sound Lumber Co. WUTTFR FRO- *e aerebr give -* b7 .4 U ..r.b" or amendment may b .,
contained Inside. OFJoIERAL LI> I aa preacrtbed rc55m.d ....hi. : BiNATt lorxT' REaot.OTTOM ,no SetA
apartments on* euttraet or number of J= '
k Phone S551. Apr XX tfV DUCTS CO M.X 845. Phones all. DO Ia TIOWn norMiIri tweoty yeora ffreaa ln. .... allaauancot ? *ut no amondmanl any ahall' eenaW JOINT RESOLUTION FTepoemg oaAmendment S' :r' ,
: 267 or 9*-R. Aug. 19 tf Not only does It leave room for -a 1,04.1.? Rm ..1 4i0l' tOT: : provided thai ao oorlal Cop.Ital ""'.. .05 50115. 5Umls .0 in. C.004tU to Article VIU at lha Con.nihiUon . ..5155.SOIN1SOIW .
more octopuses: but they feel "",,,'q III _...._ Po IPW, tnl, Outlay bends ahatl bo laauad nere- "' ..... of tha atal* ol Florida relativeto .= ;
q S. :NO. 1 (IIMIUAV A .... ::6 under. ..h...... together wlln the aehoolndcb iso pooposnd _..... ot ........ aaeeaamenl of piupmH for .... *mt
,, j 1000 ft. on V: S. !.o. 1 hvry 1, ItOOR tOVERlkCS ArmMronj'i much safer : ZIt >edne>a of auch orunte Including men* I* agreed 10''by _II..... .. the. ot leaoa, ky adding there J
... .... ...11.-. .. .., ... of "" .i apeclil tax aehool olatrtct ......btod..... mombara elected EF: ... aeruona aa proeldo. that kt
1 1,00 ft. deep South of Stu I Inlaid linoleum and It has been found that they ..... I.."" "- ..._ ............. ....It exeeed twenty per rent ot Ito k* *ntvrd upon la their aacn Houea, tt Jeur ahaU of Brewerd. Slat* ol Florida.tha ? sr,0I.ulIr., iiRtO5.UTIUP1IM4> .1A.

J west of'I llwbe Sound Tine ti : Asphalt He. Rulftfr and Cork are very particular about their "'....,. .. ,"" 111.\101O: oC .... III.1sovoa'aolirr I aaaeaaad value ot the: taxable propartr ot ...) wllk the yeaa end raapcatlv naVa end* V...- CT... Aiaaaaar ahall\ aaeeeaIn .....J m.NT... .. Arti., 'VIR" III.toUt >>
...,.. of the UM
Gounly for
each property
evidenced the furnishings y-: a'Ot7 according ta th* laet aaiaai ---10... oaunty. purpoo .
: ness site Sovelal i IS.1 Tile. Guaranteed?Installationby homes as by pi levying Stete. County Bchool and .04n45t.I.0OIoI0s5!
nrire -. : eounty purpoea* prior here a _...-. la putallahod' for .. aleollecUen .
foot. Ask for booklet B :I expert mVrhantc* Orlffln- found therein Theyare 1 e-or at auch Bpeclal Capital= two Umea, oao pubnoauea t* b* aurie Municipal texot hrvtod byh* Soheol Stat I mt of of .pnwrrtr.... .01 W.K.am.l .>ea >
Th Counts 1.5.55p5.545.04
of County. leoarov
principal, and
,. not earllec tea .
.JIJSOLU'flON then weeka and .......
r en-operate. I Ember, Inc., w))0 8.'.pixie. Fort painstaking about their A ImN't' 111"00.0''" ._". ,... auoh apeeuU .bonda ehall. k* parable 5n5 5..... 5.s. 4,5, Wp0t 'toc-eOSte45..ether. Bpadal Twa Bchool Blalrleta.rwrl .0051.055 SSe-5. 40p. "' FMIPM

I. S. BIA1N Pierre, \ MayH tf landscaping using many types .. 10,.......10 IX 01 : tot tuna etahiiohed. m oech : preceding the election at which. the ..n. Uutncta. Oralnag detrtata, Ceuaty County: Taa ot :=-gtnt tun':apma.
? ', I := ,.,. "'01''", th....... "" ..!!L5 of noara autholixedr rataI la to be. eoted upon, and thereupon rub.mttled any other taalng dutrlcta.:: enn mipeUtlee =' .fIMCoc-ie00aMIt
Room 810, OlYmpia lf of debris to cover-up their hej .ao.a rm.4d.e .IIM aU .. or the Leglalaturo lor .to the eUctore. .1 tho 11404 tor of tho Cauntp which brnano property \1 lola

AlayKlfHA.E SPENCER SUPPORT! for women for purposes of camouflage, "._.. OPOI 5104110u us olOm r..me .s.tp.dlltI "' outlav. ond. debt. rervloa. purpoeae _.....01 or rafotlloa al Son next Oenral roquaat Ihelr ..= to be a*. nMpal.5lanyia4ta11Co45.L lanea nivlrd' by tt. tuttCeatCourty
belts.Vuella fl..04d and e10410M ...... 1MES .1 provided th* aouarr froalKri election, provided however that and krrled and that County 1 15.4Ipcl.l Cue*
___ _. School BoaH
Men'a Dow .1.4 ..
'7"- rvnu* aourca* Includingtaxea "Itrovlelon lector aoileel and dletrtbuf th
u4 .t,5 oud *r aaHmdmanl a be .,
ey euoMtted baa
k YOU seen our/ ney, liSt Orann \Ave. Fort NOEL COWARD PLAY *0.Si'01St :::r.4:; pesese 150 ;: "":;' > .Lnililatur aa. .authorlaad* eubjoct or ro.tha I*. apectel. eractlen tor approvel under or th*rnoctlon condition. !.On.do.acrlbed B' rr .aoa.VED Ii 'line l3jkA,, 'IpallUaa. Taa ot School the Cou.ll Oulrlcti. lei Una 000cml *

pelled twirling *1100 C RIf.Pro.1 Pierce. Phone 197-M lor aptMiintment. .... to_ th* InMtatlona ol the OonatltuUon. relating.. l he end m tha. manner _".. TInts 01' 'N" c-ama o. rL.oaLs. ?.Tea Collactaf rail (
tf TO BE RETURNEDNoel BB IT ItEIIOLVICQ BY 'f'Im LYcOL.A.uns to adl atorora teieo lor echool purH ky. Seotlon S ot Artk-le XVD .. use That th. following' A. ? 5.. "* 111LoLm' St WilelM( u..
that hard pushlnr/ .. .. .. .. .. B8
"" or THI ITATI: or rixmiUAi | | bond .noolbond. ori Conatllullon. 14. majority" of tha at_ Vln In Conatltutlon afta* I Ieg TUKB TAH OT lV5l1Toil
01_ of i Utate ef Florida. or onforcaL tore Flortda rotative ta'. "' 01-
fur demonstraltony\ That IM followlnf. Anwndmoat U AT. voting tipan the emendmrnt adopt .
or'' MOVING to Canada. Mexico or Coward' comedy "Blithe tlclo IX of .... ..... ConalltutkM, by addIn .bI. .... th. *r taxing power efThat S00* .50-d1000i IS. .oo 50n b.os.. I collection. ot all: :. I:: eo... :..1 Orle VIII 04,5 of folMVing the Conn' ,f ux at tr; aof
mower' to rent! by the hour thorrto .. addlllonil Metloa .. ..... :; a oarl ol tale Cenetltutloa.Kotisr __ 51.0. 54 F5. .hi .00454 : :
day Clean up that: vacant lot! Anywhere in U.{>.A.? For reputable Spirit" will be presented for a Vldlng'* that all. oavlM t.xa* upon "ga pro*> 555.1. *...... 01r.Od% to I_ ...... 'Florida of rolauvr all 04.05 to Die.la aueioaBeollenloa .tu Cea<
wcond time by the Fine Arts lino .. .thoc4.r fuel praducta ooUWded bared by Iho. SacratoigPSf Buto b.* and 510
_. 05
I van lines, long dlntance PI ... Mc.1 Ffol !
and .
make look betler.
place la. Mull be
your bcreby aitlaad to aad
and ntolnod ahall bo uoad torpubllo Rouse Jovlresoljrr1oie 50.0.'l -
;: Ralph ['InlnI..tor! Co. and local, see Dan Faxen Box Guild late |In November as th. b'.h.' ..?.. atroot and airport. so.p. .* TtoN _'" "" jonrr' UHOLOTION" NO as :::-"r.i.to the elaalonj. ot tho Stato ofnorld thereto additional and Mctieu*>tM*:K"
JOINT Brrtlon ,
first ot three dramatic presentations .-.. and prrocrlblM' .... dlatrtbulknand A"" .. 00000tI1ut1oa b. ...... (80LUTION Propoalng aa for rauluaynon or rejeeMoa. al aa .. hliha .
Stuart 338Aui. Amondmont wnej
1111 or phone j to Article ... ... the Mine bi bircby
V at .. .
Au.iZtt \ .
the Conetl. Obn
50.o04s to bo held Itoe000Yore.i.rl
of oald 55.0000 .do04 .
i off eartmla taxea. us 5.011,5 ,
uao partlona 05.001v III
........ .. re nel .
j-- ___ __. 6tfDONT scheduled for thecorn- II tonI, Se.nd to" anrt had bo ...... PIstOn Mating .. the JidI.lln.eO.i..l. .. .. Monday Onasvvsuwn eubmltted le the
0 Pot
', _ ... ..... ; : f etol by adding thereto a See.tloe : FlorMa for OsItOos.
of D .
log season' ., It was announced tc to the elerure ......... ETrrnoa: tot !'atiro
WE ARE SELUNCi) outboard mo. ? relating to tha retlramrnl of th* ;
.U".itloa or rejertion at t .. ..x, 0-.. Toss! 01' sc-s IrATr rLO05DA Judiot Osd .45. 5iIt7n0 Ow"
'I torn. We work on outboard motors WAIT until Its too laiR about 40 attending member at sIl Election to a* koei aa 1- tha. 1.115.0,0' Azdmust. 04 Artht050505 ,. off the uP.... end Circuit. Courta: "I _", T.. .. tho ) Tueadav nflc40 fa*
} See us today for automobile Guild! session toltewa.. ISot. .... ".u.., BB: IT RXaoL.VKD BV THB ..- ... .1.r1....... November. .IMa M w*.*" .
the September "Pt.
.A We have parts for out tCTIOH: 11 AH aadaa ta_ nav or _''' ....: ..0", tVHJ OF THB STAll OF .1551. n5 .u property for d......, SECTION,_IL c..."504.0e',
board motors, We have In stock3'i Insurance that you need under at the Woman Club last Thursday hereafter Impeeeo: upon geaoilne or othe additional enatorlal llIed .JJat the' following Amendment to .... C.o.Ie oM.l, and Municipal' taxea taIn "I."'" ....I c'r;;; II: P...."..
: 055500105.5 .. .
P5add00'Z ho
the financial lik* protfucta ot petroleum or upon oilcomburtlhl by greed to, and 2? X the County by ill Slate
and 7 h.p. Srott-Atwater new responsibility night gaae* *iul Lqulde'' uead MtInternal tore of tho. .tat* for rail:...., :: :: ': a Bectlon u be anowa aa css.e. Ceoaly achoot Board. School "' :- ;c-i; ."::
Outboard. The best of all Is thy Theodore tjehon It Blithe Spirit" was given once eombuatlbl. anglnea lor the gen*' faction 01""' General Li.Ilaa T.04S,. of MM Article V, le hereby. DluOatu' Special' Tax School IXetrteta, taxeeToe P150. c.notL lecl* : '
to and .
groed ahell
b* rubmlMed fJi
to .
that we have that famous Son. lichen Blilr, plone IL only July 18 and its good reception oration aircraft ot which power are to arLeetea propel and vehicle rtalno4ahaU '.an* aa'followaiBCT10K. a There' k ......,. oKctora. of th*. atete ot Florid One rot.the M Dlatrlrta.toxins Drainage dletrleta. Cutrtew and munkttpallfm end any- But*. Countyeuatr. S ICUI.

ha the ..e.ualvo, tor th tree two additional Senatorial Dlatrtcta > Iflcatuel or refection ., .... neat Ooe which kp erdmanaa raaiiaat thaw School Dlcirtcn. >
lAl'lON! 4.CYn.t: AIIt.OOLED I tf then prompted return be urea to MsnIdIlSl'I55. ''
orel EMetam .... Cuuvta and
to be
SudS to aa emil Uaea to k
.acoulattion. oMtetructlon. reconatrucUonropelr. known aa th Thlrty-nmth" IMthlahall a* 55s..d. .... .
OUtBOARD :I I II.P. MOTOR TRUSSES elastic stockings, President: Mrs W. A. operation and ouilntonanoe. ofroeda. 7c-ads ,45(51, 0.n00.i.l DiM040.. 5.550 ucno" Yb.. Leglalatura ahaU at Sos ......".. S. The Ueltlalu-a' ':M.*anl
Llppincott said She said two etreeta, bridge* and rlghla of ThlO7-dolb .10010, aus.i.oOnl 01.5.00" ei a..s,. of .. Bain an In law and Iroaa tame to time latlve Seaelon .
In stock Ralph llmer !Motor knee pads, anklets, ete. Stuart war tewrefor or tor alrporta. or for th* .. eonalat ad Monroe Coun17.< Thu Onsel, .05 J...._ of ... Cl0s4teI-i._ thereafter, enact los apeclfylng me Mine _.nor. mad. 505"i
Company. Aur. 12 (10 Sept 31 Drug Corp. tf more plays, a musical and one payment ot Ind._... and Intereetxhereon Fortieth ,t01h> ...- Dtatrud ahatfeenatet .dhubt. 10 enum. sOb .p.Oell0e.' power*, function dull.* and eampen.eattoo 0 0. I5.I.5S' at .
2 .fawurred for .... leaae. .....- off Waaalngtoa and Calhoun Coun.tlea. 500$' lOs5.4 p.n 440.5004 ol County" Tax Aaeeaaor, daelg- Mtlon of Counlt
two art exhibit also : f
are on
or tion eanrtructloa reeonatruotlon repalg, Nothing herein ahall dlaturb the 04 stool .. tuosy .1.0 540n4. In ..... In .... tlrat. paragraph .. ton.. to Paragraph hf '
ti., WE CAN .uppiv you with all the AGENTS for Could Pumps. All the Guild program tor the' season :. ;.. ; Thlrty-eurbl' 'tall ....... Senatorial. Die. SnnUt.5...... In p.e5oes a5.. s0 "' ...._ Section, and ehall U...._. provlda ky ahall. IlkewW. "*aiiai*'
of !hr J
t 00404. b001Il 454 ".h" of sly sc-- *104. A apodel election ehall be railed 1 Opsususa ..... law lor the *xteiuen oa UM laamimantran eatonalon on .
\ Barnes Self-Priming Irrigation I flsei Immediate delivery She also announced a poll IS. us IcaInusw. Of .11 ..... ...... m the aald Tblrty-nbim (40405 aeoeicrlalDletrlot 05 be So b.0 J.g nn ii I s .. : ot th* County Tea. Asoiso .ol all County Taa:..,=- el

'.tfl; Pumps you need Ralph timer Stuart Hardware Co. Phone Of members overwhelmingly favored .otOOTd lcd .o1tOd n045 eI1se, end le the old lertlolh 140th g .t= tax** levied ky tha County County Btal chool :<:.
or other .like. product, of petroleum, eavoeet Senatorial DlatrM"" wtthln P.msty.ItO. :: : If : Bchool Board School) Special :=<
Motor Companj Aug IX tf I 108. tf Monday night for .... DlaUlcta
j' P! meet-I avlattoaj fuel.. not leea than flour 4501> doS after Iho to Tex School DWrldo, DrUar '
r .. ...
=-of-\ .... -_.... He.tnctn. : BICTION U /=
inca so the next will be root ian per gallon on auch produotaahell .1OS 5.01.5* 10.- 1 I. age Diatrlcta. and any other taxing : va
; .. ,.._ TieustOse .1040.4 in,. ana ...........11.... usa .. .,. 0- -
State 5.5yhlty.ehtb .
pe tued br the Roe* : .. ,...... "'" "
Dancing aid refreshments! t\I\ ... (IIOIbI PusM-d.i. 05.05. .= : ..'S-.e may kas aaaamed ky tho. County TaxAmmir Cowl"" .....
ni fnr tots road I pa I. U.S ..... ...... ...... >CI ".M
I. ::: ebi'il',, oid'eff e''frorr"n7a C "
.5.05. In th
followed the business session. proetded, .of law. oc-M.0' for purvuaot tint paragraph "' '
) I.It: tea .par oallon upon faaollaa or athorUko term ending on \FlrafTuoaday after ::r:0: ':;'=- ::-:: .. thur aaetlon.BBCTION JSto.TBo.ni: Brb J'-u' :fKTaTarttool
'l produrta off potrolrura. oveopt avla- tho. Tirol. Hondoit I. I....-.,. 1K'| and .. From an* nrHr tannery dSff
j I ACCOSI CL lt.t sesin MI lID tIRl* 7 a i g MARY COLEMAN NAMED lon furl' ahall hrrooftor bo Impoood byho tho nenatorelected. from tho fortietheothl Steno JnWTh' I. 505)0. to ,.q4e4. L 1PM, th* Cmmty Tax Collector la the DLIMce a:1.. aj" ,
.jl' : {:: LefMolura aid tha proonda malneddlrtrlbuted ( Senatorial Dletrlct ahall' .hold of".. ...r: :::x5 :'= County of : BUI.* at Flarkla, S. The loasi. "J";.
I. PkUtu 0t .toointa IA PICIT u" :
I P CAPTAIN OF BAND anong tho aovaral aouattoaKnoana from bM oleoHon for a term ondlag' ontho Sail collect taxea levied .m m*Ceonty *
,; 1I1b_ fabrla 16. IJIIJ07..e. .... ._ .... 'ho ..... ...._ .. .... tOni Tueaday.. after the Ural Monday .. Ond04bI. .04.. kay _. by the Btete. County, County Bchool time thrceafter. onatt. ySlpowere +t
: GI and 1_ 0.., .... bo..... Bchool Dtatrbta. Mnrtlona iutlej "J
: itA Ooa Ta la dlatrlbutod among In January late thereafter Senatora Board Bpaelal Tax .
CII..rtn, 111. : .
i.fI "' nd_, .. ..ton ol County Ta XJSill. ?
k bLUa I ": aountlra' and uaod by tho elected, from aald Dtatrlcla ..... .u... ...r School D_ Fort DlaMote, DramagaDletrkm. :'
\ fruit l ring::: :; baoor Mary Coleman a senior trol1'lbonlst :tso": Hoard of .. .he State hold offUe (.. a term ef Fotrlcta .. .p0o. tu".. ... I.. ......n.c. ond any other taxing dlatrleta to Faragrapb f K &
I, I II 11. Putty.'r.l.llto .h.n AtHTT1R I T 0 MTA and daughter of Mr. and Mood DrpartmraC and .... aovoral Itoanlaoi ProvI...... 0100 tho ......"'- II ...... c-. :: 0..1... and mtuuclpalltaM. whoe* taaaa may ka ahall Ukewte. feparll"pwMe* J.'S.it
... ..... .. care rerlody =
i t,{ fnrwari .0. Woodland S 7 I RE Sc P ATP I s Mrs 1. L Coleman of St. Lucle County CoivmlaalnTiera: -aa Vila provided' ,inortloa 5.44 57 On no 1u01100' .014" D'.'.. tha Oaunnr Ton aaminr at an taaaa raUrrta *> WjCollectee.
I j I ..d. U. la, Arllrle IX.: of Oonatltutlon whnvr ranreeentatkNa an 555 Brat peracraak ol the
11. Bl.hcpa lJud4h'la' a a r t. t1 C v Estates, was elected captain of but sOS no .limitation, aa to thoduration Senate reapporUooed. 4. : i! hereof, .
; "' of .-.. taxi. provided Bo* aurplua BOUSt JODfT 110. : ahaH M the Ugtala- ;; ,,.. -41
11. Oro ohS toItIt. (5. TnIyoo.a $ S S 0 NI $i1 the Martin School "" "
f County High MSoLurTION ,. 10JII1' "
A Su
I : funda aKaU I.. expanded or' tho 4 JOOrr 0l. 54 50.5. and tram urn* M InA rr
I 4.. I.>:r. :.i o'; 0 P 1 1. 5 I A Vjt Band at Its tint meeting Monday ..... Rood Oepertmanl ea, ..... ,....... BOOn JOINT RBSOUmOR!' 1ft)_ Amendment u Article VIU bi''- 0bnnOde uso.I law _tar lbsoen. .. 10"," ItrsOLUT1 V 51 :=;
: It Ae. 1ft tho ""IF 0. dU,_ by .... ...... A jonrr BSSOLUTION, i>-*>pe.av-theAmendment tuuoti .. th* State at Florid ....... to 5.0015... 4.115. alsO .0550.0.050Il =-r is *"b "51154sOdIl5.55 ''' 0 ;
i 3&t.rr.dlent: of 4LDn.lm;,..1 2A41.UTE RaNT LID 9; D Fulton, Jr. a Junior ., Csthl CsolsI.tomoru. thc-u.t, An? of Bectlon .. ...... /Ill otth a-na no toe ..... 5.4 lbs : Collrrlor onKnaied pOaOdn ;: '
j.. o4 .. ... ... nvtatloaifuel of .. .... ._. Section 50505
I 00.ocffln D DAfS I and lone baritone player was 10. 'ho' m.. Cenatlhltlon, of Ui* Slat I'1ooIdo .00.0. Iq old''", 110005 nO- otoya and r..r :
\ : ':: x." ahall ... uord exoUulveur. I I ,, .,. r' N 1. OtQMIE D selected, a* tot lieutenant. and aoaaaa thereto In the i...ann... of ...* Legislature their i ian U.S : of SoloS ::..r-.rIho :: 55.. .\:..:.: 55.nd.ennoUnt awl dilihurae.: ,....... _
l 11"I 1. ::: ;co.data. IL :' :. Other band officers appointedby provided by law. NotBig ta ills. 5cUnohu remuneration fBg c-., 7. As..on, ....u ton ;; "IMCeunW' s-ow" Cou.", IY
1 repealer modify. Sertlon la. Artl.le IS RMOLVED BT Tjtl UmsLA* 0'505540 04 .... Co.0t7 lOr 5. ._ I otoSiszlbP 1I..snl.v.1t... : I
rl N. ) .'e '1..aIo 61. Along. Solution 0( .aterday. Puzzle Director Wendell Water Include IX. of true Conatltutlon, ThIn lerUoaiakall TVne OF THI BTATB OJTrLOHlDAl 04 1.-ylog. _... C00.nly. 5.05.0 .54 .....n/R. or THa IT.
: Long draw* take eHaot July" 1. l04 8ICTION L That ttvif I 55.54 Di' 5.s SI. .. ". ': : ,S40 t
I gAmendment a :
C :r.: Junior Mancll and Janice : tt..lE
., : Qc0 p1.11' 40. Ferin* ef DOWN .. .,.. to'Boetlon/4. 1JJ.: : ; of S'Y S40.n.l 50.od, .555.0 "' ... .
; OJ'mteII ions Ii.eni00eL
100, n
I 14. tlmat .abbr. ., ,. Arbogast student conductors; Ceootltutloa of FlerloaTalaHng 50554 D5500pin : .. ._
I .... ... Hair ...t tho ole gtele ol and JOINT' HMO!.UTIOrf ;= : .,
Bc dead .
Ar.lftcl.1 ivory M. Tablet oust jonrr ntsoLtmoK HO. sdzna.upaIlu. of tho Coun17. s.d
[ ,:, ;.. : L Br<>u.'" laID Wayne Wells, drum major; Janice ee ii04.e45.0 ol merabeia tho'tho A_ ins to Attwto Jim *,f'l tic.105150
.... .. a In
tor I ,. U. Marh. of A JOINT nraobUTluN Pretuelna to tho Leglalatnre Ihefr aeminaiatlon and Qn..ty: Tea Cnll.nOoe .5.4 too,, mUSS ;.;
.. .. .. .
"' 10'" .. .. IS
mesh ..... bl.oi. 1'0 and Judy Arbogast librarianand Amend ootloa H off Article XU M OMConttltutlon ... ... .4.. CosO 04 5051' .
.. c...: to """ of tha State of riorkda.of aheTe* brnme/t'the elartonjet th* B8 t'Il.5nl.v.5 0. 'f'Im LmIllLAo rejer. .County Florida aedl' "
.. assistant, Herman Relti and B_ rr U'IOI.VED' BY TH' LI>OIItLAo'I'U' Stela ef riorld-f tor retin. etkm or ""IUI 01' 'H' IT"Ta or PLOtuD... the ooltortlon of Una by adding therV 5, 5- 00 ... .....
II releeUoa ,
a I 4 S 1 8 ,.J9 ,1 to additional Bectlon to _.... tbet fc <" '
S'TATh o. rLORIDA 1555 ton ......,.. '
01' 1'>1' : '
Junior at umi Oonaral a *55.00.01
Mancll and Blertloai
tha to Ass. .
[_il. managers ''l'U1 .... ..,....In. ........._ .. Va head ka tfovomkaa. Iraat that la tata ti-n VIM '. .. County off Voluato, ateto al Florlddi : .=.e ': :' ;.
'.1 I f;: EmUy Morrison, publicity manager i ., 55.10 XII .4 tho 0..10511I.n that Portion 4 of Ankle" III ol ..* .5 rln55lo 1S.:. i. Ih.:;:va: the County Tac _I i Uilhaeinl. iSO' ClerUon to br hrldi ... It
; t. .. : :': for Patsy Sullivan will be head the. Stele. ol noMdo routing .. education Conitllutlon oi th* Plate .. Florida ...." 0-Olootdn. Ona I. prapenp al tho County far the puraoraaf ..ey after th* Flrat awawaHned
...... .. .. tavytog Stele Count SOvool end
L' lo Ben.br agreed to and ahall be 5.5- I. iae us n.us405 thea t.u4srie .. ......... by sodtos. & "
majorette this assisted .4 04 11.10 ..1ncb. 5.50.0. Mdltbs.nl. Munlrtoal Una levied *y ma Stoto. : : .
.ft I t.a; year by 15111.4 in I.-tc-u 10 So __ Cminly.. Bchool .. :; .
.... .. Irheol neard.
lea c-ufl04tosS ad 05so5.n 5. UusUus ta 5
4L s..Iln so. 1." Sod.
Jamison and _ Its .DUtrlne ;
GInger Velma Sav ,.
.. )I..la'T 04. OusaoM thead.a 40 .Ii ,bI4 In 0545500i -Sn. lo .. ..... nos4 On Sc-Il I. Special Tu Bohool DMrtota *)
.. 5.00/ ui..a.oaun ..54t.uiiilkllu. and MunMoelltlae nl tho County and eleHera atjn
_. Jioro..u .. .5515110.1
r On 5. .
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; Obituariesiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii =.. .4 = Houee of 551.-mom ::: That Bia teuewmt. amemrmoin to Ar.IMe .
pubIM free ecbeole within. iSo .n..tYI is 0. Yes.. :
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;lit :j31 4j :: ._ tho Ic-U .... .0 fteproaantattve .... .k. Ioo./on. Soy eso. 1. 1045. .... co..q ii00 "- woo ed the ConeUluuon ad tha =- -of :
Bn.ene will lor each dor *t In* aamloni end 'm addkUoo inn eo..1Ir .. 51.45 lAd., :toto M norlde reUllve to 5 a In .. "
; J.- - i C--7.--. thareto Burr ehall .ha pakt for rakMatenea Ploelds 5.5 oU '.' 54 tend eoltorttoa ol aB toaoa to tne __ 50dnf ..... r-t1
t i 13a.u itI ,.:.= .::. JOHN L. rKlDLLL treenoldera who. ) are ouallned., 54mlr not aaora tban aavoa dollar ami ...... C-So. I.b1. po.poety nog ......!401 e-W O.Op IhoreireMIMonol ol Vobana." Btoto ol Florida by ntftin0 .
; .. In ruch ash __... fifty earnta doy for oaoh .gar .. eke aaaUena to be ..... .. _
41 4 .. - '1 Tro' ", .rIot'H John ,txml rtldell about (.. des aounty S 04'5 c..7 h in. bmrwa .
... ; '1. V.n" put n a bond aVaH.. .k. laaued heroundor '"' and' mileage to be paid t* 5.to= C 1usd. M BocUoa M Brettoa II. 'aaet >> St. '
IPatmo euJnef'I' died luddenly at the France 'waMa. together with the. aehool Meat. :::. :000, ...: I. tha aoai ol goner Pps.I.l.055 5555.a I. 5..si.b.enwngen.os..l oTterM
I -I of aucn oauirrr Ineludlng apodal 0usI by 054 i..0 .....-.- 5054 In .dnnlo.4 04 55. .lnc-so.0 ST '
Z4orwai Apt. about 7:30 pjn. Thursday ::: Sc- Stop 54 Pi.ddn 5. OO"tMa 05.J.dl.n 'Sr::::;:'" l
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2.17 r :t lrageslI Ills body wa tent by Johns Funeral p- 4. the ad.dus 54 5504 .n.nd.nuse usO --.at .U pad 555. 5. 0001.. Suslon Ie .045 nod 5.5 in "J..O= 5d..tl.s in I. : Idlt. THritall.

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!II .. 51 : came Stuart bus M 5usd. l.M SnAbus. / moumoii no. nr- asilos II. .04 -11II100, l.a.sSdlii : '"1. l"-: .. ...
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4 4 i"" ffl' l. ". Jj,:=: ago. He WE -employed a* a ... .. p..5il.4 by 045. Lueto0.5.0th -'' off tho CenaUlultoa off tha State .. Ftorkto, ad 00 oU Ius.e .loelad by 04n ...... Oouao :?i5nto..Th5 Si.ySd 1SuuI- 15to.50"tt:, C': .......
maintenance at the France .5.000005 relating' to aha aatendaiaa .< aald Coax 57. 0mm '
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t! World War He 1 It or Y.s.I rrAT or rumiDAi __ .... *0 "
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|lEft, DREDGING The riverward end of the pierS DEMONSTRATION ly by observation and partly by MOs Louise Dearston, the pub-

0ii atlon/ has; "been nude to terminate in a balanced Veterans News Review i Florida /j experience something of the la*J lie school music teacher, spenj ( 1 ,
the T-ahapelt head 45 feet long, and bor involved In the production the week-end In her home town, 1
rtment Stafford of of Stuart Airy by*4r 10 'f t\o'N;\ :dgt.: I Is further pro At ,Joseph E. lees .V. A. teaiact Officer CLUB IS TOLD Ferris Wheel I of ,food we and haw the an raiding 1 instinctive of poultry dla-i Cmatllla, with her mother, Mr*. i
area JOO
feet office pt a B ioweryt Jr West Palm Beach Zella Dearston. _
movie actress France long and 100 feet *Wt. the landward I am-4 tike for the waste of vlttles, and
for a permit to con- limit pjn. Friday 7Wppmeau BldgtOMfENSATlON *MI M.MMM It gripes us no end to see a good I J
pier on the westerly about 100 of feet the shoreward area would from be 11111111111111111..1111I11"... ...................."........"........'.......".'....'.1111I11I1111I1111I11I11I1111I111111111I11I1'.................................................,' OF STATE MEETThe By llORTENSE k. WELLS ripe? tomato or an :
the Indian River at Mlu the T-he.d of the aforementioned tNCKEAm the! statement that the personal otherwise I put to IIt'u:1
d'I property" at the June pier and the channelward Servlce-c tact your service officer or VA wealth as was done during r +
: nnected of Wallace
disabled veterans Henry Is
I Bewail Point road. andy limit' or the for more Information In case of tour
road about 91 miles feel Hverward area therefrom would be '200 with more. than 60 percent doubt. Veteran who have In Ptthn-Clty: torn Demonstration treater than that Of other Presidential President Truman put the I A '\1 1r 1tt !
the Jensen Beach bridge : dredging would be The disability who have a wife, their )possession old certificate Club met wills! candidate may or may heart on the nail in his statement i,
carried children
ocean, I depth of 4 feet below to II or dependent parent of eligibility Issued. prior to Aug Lucy Van frank at t p.m. not be true; a* to his personal UUt Wallace!, like'every.1 ,
propond Umber pier .ter. The mean low are entitled to Increased compensation SI, 1948 are reminded that they Urt'l affair we know little and care one else, has the right to say
roject Into the waterwayfrom would be dredged material effective Sept, 1. 1848 are: wild until January 1948 Marlon B. }flake in the less. In fact we care little about his piece He'ha*' the right to I tjI
[ high-water 1 shore 1 JanIS .horearcS deposited of on the retaining The Increase will be reflected on 'VETERANS' WVIEW tional period used the anything relating to him with say It, and everyone has the
d| would be about I feet : dikes. adequate I the check for the month bf Sep! NEWS "What Is In Thy Hand?" She I the sole exception of hie obvlou !- right to. listen or not a* they; I
tember, Questions from
I which I Is usually received the veteran intention of choose From IV 1 It
Stressed that in this modern age leaving no stone any angle ,
around from Vet Newt Reviewer '
L Oct I.Here' answers the
unturned to and
the home-maker must have in arouse discontentand la story spectacle personal
to date
something that up Information i
very prejudice among the AmerIcan b, lI'e do not choose to see of
'Se. tieIt For Important. VA Is supposed tQ about current problem her hand the Bible, a good cook people, and we resent hit to listen .
contact all veterans with more First, a letter from veteran inBelle book and a reference book on attempt to make tHe South appear t 1
,, .. .. .)t.palrl end than <0 per cent disability\ .to Olade He write, "I wa home-making,) to have her homea *s a land of hoodlumlsm ---u: : ___ __ __ -- ,
VICE' determine their entitlement to wounded in the shoulder In Germany pleasant abiding place for her Both press and radio are currently 1'
nUM P, / Part the increased compensation On during 1945. and now 1 Iam family loaded with accounts of ,
the other hand, however, it having; quite I a 6it'of trouble I Reports, on the Home Demon"slratlon Communist, fellow l l travelersand
B/UER would be wise to visit your local with severe pain at time.," In State council meeting Russian refugee who have j
w ARNOLD evlce: officer, or the VA, and brief, he want to know what to at Gainesville were given by decided to break down and "tell
get! your ff f air* In order for the do. tint of all he should filea Mrs George Smith president of 111." If any credence is to be :I SPECIALS
id Boulevard /Phone'142-W Increased compensation It you claim Immediately with VA. the Martin County Council and placed in their account of how .
{ are.married: it will be necessary Medical records of nU condition Mrs R R, Wallace, council dele- these people operate and who .
to submit a marriage certificate will,be secured from the armed gate\ Both delegate pointedout should be better Informed on .
plus birth certificates for services. Once the condition Is thatwhat Is done in Martin the subject?) it \is a favorite and IDAY. SATURDAY SEPT.24X25 ,.' '
any children. the cue of dependent -' established with VA as service County by home demonstration successful device to have a meet k ? / j
parent, it will be wise\ connected he will be entitled to women 1 11 part of the national Ing "planted" with well-trained Armour' og Food / ,'
EitaRAL MARKET( to have them prepare affidavits out-patient care and possibly picture, a* Agricultural Exten- stooges to Insure the happening {
or dependency to submit to VA. compensation If the disability ,lion Service 1 It bringing Informal of just such incidents M have o ASH / 2 S r-'
If the records of VA are correct Li bad enough,The claim may be i lion in home economic and occurred In North Carolina. I Z ass ,,_ _.... ._.
MET and up to date, then everything filed locally and the VA will agriculture. . 1 r 0 in. Washington We.knaw.the people of that /
should be'automatic. To be sure take prompt action to secure\\ inrougn.ine- land- --grant coijfgeiin State e hospitable Golden/ tUrletl /
a.r PRODUCE an/GROCERIES Visit your service officer or,the Your 8erYlce ..records the various States straight and uWuf certainly not givento 1'
VA office nearest your community Her 's another question of Interest Into rural home all over the rowdyism. The history of GREEN BEANS acr525c'Mina
RTEOUS SffeviCE /. .,. They'll be glad l to, help you. / submitted by a veteran United State North Carollnans shows a record :
\ living in Clewtsttm He wants to It was voted to have a rum'' of patriotism not a* yet demon 1 Ear June '
ttNVENIENTLY LOCATED SURVIVORS BENEFIT know about State licenses for mage sale with a white elephant strated by Wallace who, a* the I Wisconiin' f
and Akron \ ff Widows, children ,and depend veteran having disabilities who table; Sept 24 and 25 In Stuart. FFW hal previously pointed out, PEAS 25C
a Joo Brooks dent I parents of servicemen killed are-' Interested/ ..1I1femployment Refreshments of date sticks and was old enough to lint seen aer No.I: cah" :
n In the service, or who died of requiring an occupational orange cookies with guava punch vice In World War I and
ta, disease or injury, are also entitled tcense according to a ruling of were served by the hostess enough to have youn'1 Canned
increased ,compensation : the Attorney General I office Present also were, Mr*. Julia World I War II, but whose panic, '
which will be automatic veterans having disabilities lane, Mr, Pauline Crews, Mrs,, doe not appear on any service'' MILK : 29c .
from V"'. ,The new law, I y out,recognized VA, the Vets per. Mabel Crews, Mrs Alice Csdwell, roster not Has he, a* a civilian I :, cans __.m.__ ._:., ; '
HA K'YOU lined )briefly: sonal physician or a service organization hfrs. Carroll, Mrs. Grace Maurer,' made any known contribution' ,,1
Old New are entitled to occupational Mrs. Carrie Rowley, Mrs Elaine, toward that peace of which he | Western Chuck
Widow, no child $60 17S licenses free not to exceed -' Oregorle, Mr. 'Alice Mallery,' pay such passionate lip service I .
/ \ Widow, one child $78 $100 '58. A simple form executed Mrs, Margaret Van Ness, Mr, While hit view on national' ROAST' 63c ;
Vith your Mlp Ve have outgrown Widow, 2 children $93.60 tilt by the veteran and Ms Cdthlee.ii beVUblst, Mr*. Mary economy are regarded as defln-I .
our Mother or father $54 $ 60 personal> physician or a Porter, Mrs J. R. Pomeroy-and ttely cockeyed, it must Lean, MeatySPARE -
sent buildffigi arid Mother and father ment from the VA will be sufficient Miss Lucile Inscoe!. Home Demonstration muted that his\ approach to I J '
wt equipment. (each) $30() | 39 Check .local Agent The next meeting campaigning\ unique No other S 53c.
wi I Remember, !this law Is automatic service officer or hvlor. : more will\ be Oct. 4 at the home of candidate In history has 'I lb _.
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Ve are nqw th process of expand I, and if your claim ha onoe Mrs Van Ness.MARRIAGE charged admission to his pollt
,been established with VA then informatIonM :k lead rallies and then passed the I Picnic, I
1 our facyities to continue Mar- there should be no hitch to theIncreased APPLICATIONS thanky-pan to gather in anystray
serving I payments. Any special Week'sLegalInstruments I: tl RI.. rW., If'aru punt,, i.se toe.W.rb.Wert., .1 nickel and dimes still I HAMS th . 3c !
1 [Count with a compete line of Dairy I questions should be sent to VA, remaining In the Jeans of' the I I II
1R 712 Comeau Bldg West Palm faithful
Tender /
. pducts, i Beach, or to your own local *enr- |I I Even the current egging may I can \ ;
? ,Ice officer. be turned to financial gain One I II CUBE STEAK 79cAnthony's I i
Of the most expensive, shampoos tb ._._ ,
fie / WARRANTY I I 0' :
I ye, Friday, Oct. it, the name of EDUCATION AND TRAINING Edwta t lUIni' M K. M, 'TirlK ... given In the modern haIr- i ,
II contern will be VA 'is asking that veteran desiring ,*Mtk M. Gibe. t* II..., M. Phil laundries I Is known as the egg
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officially OMPLE1'E .
changed toORES' THE OS :
certificate of ellglblllt; \ shampoo and It around J I
B sea. C."rtWr. 0\ III M ..... PI*iTPMI averages '
and entitlement under the 01 1 RETAIL AfcJff WHOLESALE $1 higher than the plain variety Economy Market., s
Bill. to make application at leas: R.Lb l k. Miltery .tea t* KllubMt. XCtllMM Wallace has been presented "with' I

IRY 30 day in advance of actual wr.1T.1. JN"'ol'h'\ min,,", the eggs and, by the simple por- I 300 so. AKRON AVE. STUART, FLA.
entry into training/ or school.: ; Cess of .standing the rain, may I '
Cil..np,e.ak d atwa ISd.lr I. YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI.SELF SERVICE .
as the case may be. Revised\ keys' have what Is considered the'
refutation require that the vet ,.. B..k .( ,tart" to W. O, best, and all I for free GROCERY AND MARKET
r Tbankt Again I Bran submit a photosta copy ] *T*rt IW..ml Mvhita. *..it4. LMH AmhUo ._ 17 OKEECH06E AD Coming as we do from a South
. !of discharge or' separation! papers I (. ......... o. Off. PHONE 2.3851, Georgia farm and knowing part- I
with the application. It M nr< U Dtntov*, to Ma.eM a. Til ______ ----1 ,1
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Moores DairyOriginally you and/or training under the Q! 'I. t kl e: ;.'.I.e t. t J. Halm, "
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Bill: It will not be necessary for H
rr Barat't Dairy you\ to submit a copy of yon r.a.M.(II t.t l
discharge Only on original :T. M. r.ae. U bill.\ ... B>.k ., ttT .
C claims, will It be required. Con, .. .
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I Florida.Congrees of
Plate Ga. Red Parents and Teacher will hold ;
a C C Its 25th annual convention In SQRMSUNCE
FEE l TOMRT 25LK West Palm ,
lb. 2 Cans_ 11.' It wa* announced Nov t by, 10 Mrs and ,y

I Cuosiii J. > Shea,'president of the I ,
. C county PTA '
i 3 Tall ..-- I CERTIFICATES VOID i7

MEDAL OR PILLSBURY Vacation certificates for youth r'/
under the age of 18 expired with
LOUR 5 Ib. 45k' 10 IBs.IEET 89'iermald the opening) of school Tuesday.Florida's .
Child Labor law re- Peace of'Ind
i quire new certificates for work : : .
after school hours Work
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SO 31 f,1-P'? may be obtained at the Ht t t
7 E 49C Pkgl __ Office: of the County Superintendent
3 Bag of Public Instruction. ,I

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Ii .. JV. nt M'II"I """IFRIDAY1) 'PLAY Y TOMORROW I "OCT. 1. OKEECHOBEE, HERE Will Furnish ,,11I1111 iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiimmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii\ / \ iiiiimmiiiiiii.
'; lj.H. I- a STl OCT, ISt BOYNTON BEACH, HERE : Data Edith Matthews Engaged
'!, h'llli lit DhnchotooT OCT. 221 CLEWISTON: THERE Publicity ,
Inllijl th r l nt ( k I IF POSSIBLE
: OCT. 291 DELRAY BEACH, HERE \ --.- Be Married in Fall
,I : 11. NOV. 5t FORT PIERCE, HERE An agreement to furnish the Wilt

"'NOV. 12i TITUSV1LLE, HERE home team, 'with' a complete return
LaBelle\ Will be Foe Here al
, FACE ''I'' r l' 8)) Probable Start *NOV, 19i COCOA, THERE of the 'vlaitln, team pesonnel -- I .Mt and Mrs S. A. Matthews

I"" ers Given NOV. MELBOURNE/ HERE .* week In advance for j of I3 South ,Akron Ave announce

CUD i.. \ ;, (Indian River Conference: frames.) publicity purposes featured the the engagement of their!

ATVAd i { Principal E. F |ohn lck nnuumed -, ...._ .. dlan River' Conference at Chlsholm'i I daughter, Miss ?dith Floreno/
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j. ", Tuesday that a 10th Friday night The data Matthews to John E. Sadler, )t,
'If game for the 1918 leaxm had I.I1B Misprl I FOGT NEW LEADER will Include names. weights of Fort .Pierce, !son' of ,Mr :ind
paft/ Kraft within\ S 'Itw.. position t, colors, ,
abated the Martin County Mrs J, E;; Sadler of St Augua
Palm : I I'' IB Bowdeto 'jersey number, year in school
t High Fchool football team Herbert Kraft, Jr and Her cheerleaders, and probable start tine) A fall wedding at the
With 'I''f.\I.'. Or, Carl A. Fogt was elected %
I when Boyntoa Beach was bert Tucker are co-captalna for Ing lineup, and each visitor will Stuart Methodist; Church It
facllllslbly '
I I ; 'I I; ,I I ,; added to the Tiger schedule the season The team ,,U1 operate president of the Martin County bring along, a competent cpot planned with the exact date I.

: ''' "' ; fop a tame here Ort 15 Ne- out of a i short punt forma* I High School ,Athletic Association ter for public address system announcement be announced, later. ,
.-- ." GOOD tfJNSURANCE lion and to show an i at its first meeting of the *.
I "' fntiat;onu 'for the contest had promises ; Miss Matthews' .was1 graduafed!
"l"l'it been under way for k month! ifferuiiTe punch and good block new year .at the high school A game* report for newspaper from Martin County High School
: uf ot -
: an
ing untested' LaBell. publicity wiu adopted and Cocoa
Monday night Henry Beckman in 1942 and studkd nursing nt
: Weather and power supply I Officials; .U1 be R W Hartman I wai voted $15 to purchase atrophy
: ::I'I.'I' rctmtttlng Martin County High < J L. Coleman H R Lowcry Jr.," was elected Vlce-pr sldent, K. SSLlmmell fpr jjavln$; won the IRe I" Jackson, Memorial Hospital In
1 Never IVai! It's School H football forces' will pry 1 and A M ShrlRlejf. secretary: and W C, baseball title last dprlng. Use of Miami Sho also 1 took private
: 'it I \, off[ the lid ol their 1948 season I I tomorrows. I Bitter, treasurer a minimum of three officials In vital study in Miami:I 'for two
JIN for
t !, an INVESTMENT Tickets game f 10 each yean and1 lor the post 2 Mi years
with the to be
LaBrtle was
furnishing games paid
op- will sell at $1 for adults 40 cents I Plans were made for handling\ ha'been' studying under Raymond -
3 : i SECURITY the school field but ,
IJE :Knition on high for students and 25 cents to elementary Friday night season opening approved no agreement .u. I O Hunter -of West Palm:
at 8 Friday I reached having parallel admission
pm on
who them here with LaBelle ,
;} pupils buy game and C Beach Since 1940 Miss Matthews
E r l Advent of the hurricane Tues- ; before' school is dismissed tomorrow I H Kindred and R W Hartman charges afler It wa I 1 has been soloist at tha Christian
) forced cancellation of found !they from 60 cents ,
daj !
practice ranije:
I Reserved seat between were named as a committee to I Selene Church here In addition
I that day and Wednesday but the 40-yard line may be secured confer with Principal\ E F. John I to $I for adului! and 25-50 cenu; I
other solo ,
I to numerous appear MISS tDlTU F MATTHEWS:
Golden ,
Coach John C about to for students Dues at the rate
I"I wlck I
I J. at the game for an eJetl'ai on providing the band organization la noes She has been employedIn
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I'J. start his first season here hoped of t cent student In grades I
I' i 25 cents that will go to the Stuart with, some financial secretarial work for her fatrt ;,
MAPFl to drill\ Thursday He announced 7-12 as of Oct 15 were adopted : RADIO NET OPENrO ,
aid I
ED Band Association I Decenv'ber
his probable starting lineup as: : -- -- _. __ __ with payment due by Ocl 20 A :*r, a contractor, since
', : IE: Leach penalty to be attached If not and recently began her own i i A iadln-telephone net for'I'
I I MORE ABOUT'Eye' 'l5.inmute
; REALTOR IT Hall : by that time The mnj radio program everyfimday emprneniuse has been ojirned :
'. P O Arcade IG Smith 1$3 '. will\ be In VeTO Beach at afternoon on !
by t tlf' Curpn ol rnsineera. Col !
C Realty i Passes Over Stuart Dec. 11 I WT A.Sadler I II
; Phone 19 from Willis E .
: R(. II Tucker Three new coaches deck the was graduated Teal Jacksonville' dt i i itrlct

,, RT Woodham I (-Coulimici( Inim pitgi' 1 1\\ 1 ported. In Stuart or In-any of the IRC cpene for the fall footballnctlvlty I Fort Pierce High School In 1141 cnglw, said the primary (
Miami and
HE: Howard Filbert Nocera at Clewtston I and studied radio In I
'J I other communities purpose of the net Is to maintain
Gadd I Jim Blalock at Tltusvtlle|later at the Fredrick H Spear
QB The sheriffs office reported .
j rKwt !
lat 1:30: this morning Regularity School of Drimatlcs and :Radio contact with his
; yesterday that damage In the and John O Golden atStuart ( Technique In Hollywood, CalifHe field office* during the hum ,
had begun by rjoon)
1 the while
county western sector was are newcomers Rick I
cane nrl
d I appeared on several' dramatic I season a to direct I opera
City Manager L B Eurtt reported negligible but County Agent L. OUlesple at Melbourne, George lion of Water toiitrol
KFWB structures ,
BESS I shows Station :
HARDWARE CO. only on< water main M Johnson was. out ttwt In-| B McClelland at Cocoa and on worked in around Lake Okeeehobee! The
in Hollywood' and<
I ,I II break. that being on St Lucle spectlng i this morning and could James Starling at Okeechobee I II .
radio in Birmingham and Knoxvllle -
Va.t Merchandise Assortment 'Ave at the city dock He started not be reached, for any comment are, holdovers. I before coming back to Fort
street cleanup crews out this Damage to crops was expected The meeting waa attended by -
KELVINATOR APPLIANCES morning .who also were preparing I to be light in this county 28 (from all six IRC members including Pierce, to be WIRA program director .. WHO IS MR. SHUSH? ;

to return the street light except where flooded conditions II from Stuart OkeecHobee ---- --- --
fusing Tackle Sales and Repair i covers that had been removed have been created, ; 6, Cocoa 4. Melbourne 3. I .
Tuesday afternoon to prevent The Stuart Water Company Clewlston 2 and Tltusvllle I. The Mrs E. Johnwlck. who rut.
DUALITY AND SERVICE breakage Eurlt said breakage in was forced to resort to emergency Stuart group Included Coaches i been visiting her son and LYRIC
the Stuart area was "good" although primer pumps when Stuart Golden and Joe A McCoy Principal i daughter-in-law. Mn and Mrs
AT ITS BEST : he had one !flooded area ,, power was lost, but water was and IRC President E. FJohnwlck I Er...ln F Johnwlck, >ias returned! $
Box N \ Phones 38 216 on Road AlA between the colored -',, cut off only to North Stuart and officials Harris Lottery to her home In Hot Springs Ark
I I"r section and Eldorado I that only during last night Jr, Jack JL Coleman, A MShrlgley i : TOLUY
M.w.;; Thurs.
Mr and Blau, who Only) 2H4
1 1r.
f Heights No home or businessbuilding I However, the pressure was so Ralph W Hartman
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,.: ... .: .r-- ----- damages have been re low that several\': points were Unable T T Oughtprson and C H Kindred recently moved to Vero Beach. No. 1 No I
I to draw it until! this mornIng i Robert M Hill VicePrincipal were the weck- nd guest* of her Novr U\C n Be Told! Taunt'' Su.pomf
i W c Rltter I and E. A Mennlnger mother Mrs Marlon MeOee. I
I I II CHURMEN APPOINTED -- Mrs Leon E. Ashley left Sun '
.1 5 FACTS At an executive board meeting !SUFSwacksonvllle : day for Chicago where ,he 'lilli'
of the Martin County Red Cross Sept 2J-live visit her brother-in-law and
i '// f DESIGN'FOR I ( uiitiniivd f rmn p-iRi! 11 chapter the following commit stock !sold! through ((1 I Florida sister Mr and Mrs, Edwin O. '
\' JGIVING | I tee chairmen were appointed markets during ,.the last week Orlfftnhagen I

t 27 per cent of the local roads Mrs R. A Tunley home service brought producers J325 572 07according I I ---r-; : Lonesome Stranger' (Cartoon)
I { are surfaced. as against 41 percent chairman; Miss 1 Beverly Smith to official figures supplied operations cash
!' 1'" 5 t for the nation I as a whole I publicity 'Mrs O W Conrad, Jacksonville! officer of I! figures on three being unuvall-
j -- -- Also In Florida the local road Junior Red Cross, Mrs R M Florida State MaikeU The weeky ''able The 14 reporting! markets FRIDAY and SATURDAY
: (hare of motor vehicle Imposts Smalley nursing activities, andJack summary of State-wide. livestock handled 8.208 cattle and 407i\> Triple Treat Program
Walker's / Ls only 12 per cent the most of.which Smouse safety cervices. sales issued today covered;: hogs during the week
) old --- ---.........._- No. \ NO. 1 1NJJ
is usml to pay county
Gift road and bridge debts, while for
11 j the entire United States local \
Layaway roads get 24 per cent of such ,

H Plan Imposts
I' ; Fourth an examination into
the financial condition convinces -
me that the States commitment
,; for county schools support
i I can readily be met without
,t. f,', : the gas tax Income. The 1947 8 year on
I E Legislature beyond doubt made years in th< newipipm
Come into Wallrcr's Jake your time =
i certain the schools would not Idol ofmillioai,
5 look over the tplrndid collAtton of watchS I Onflu !
__ need the gas tax before proposing Now Sows
=s es, diamonds, jewelry of all kinds, see the ,. the amendment
=j beautiful patterns in silver kolloware and E= Fifth even after the amend-
'I n '. == flatware, Make your selection then == still rank first In porportlon and

= pay the easy way Ask about it! = second In amount of motor vehlcle -
I = diverted with all
Jt: t = :
I going to the school fund besides
,', other miscellaneous\ diversions J

h I1 believe however that the gas
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( .(. c. & E.. WAL EI{ I' tax streets. if, used can support only for an roads adequate and.

= = hIghway transportation sjslem
: The foregoing are nome of the
H JEWELERS H reasons why Amendment No 1

.' = Osceola Ave Stuart Fla, j= on the general election ballot OUR CALF THIS I LL
should receive: an affirmative

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I SALERNO NEWS daughter Sept. 14 to Boston 'I In Jensen Beach WILLIAMS UKA8I STATION
Mrs p. Q 8m1th'and Mrs Ou ADMINISTRATION I
C MIOIIegular By _s. O. D. QVIGLIT Qutgley were business callers Vie Vet sayS V.: B.:: ''1>In1t)'" Williams and
to West Palm Beach Thursday son, Edward, last Thursday took
M.dthSs will The home Demonstration Club Mr. Sod'Mrs. L. I!. Deloachand CHURCH CIRCLE HAS IMPROVED over Indefinite" leas the Sin
meet at' the Southern family of rA
Stuart called\
P.11.2nd Methodist Church Monday. 1 Mr and Mrs Fred Pedersen on SERVICE Gtttt F&CILnAnNfr clair gasoline service station for
$roc.w-14Me andrdaughterA B. Sanders Sunday MEETS TWICE MINOR REPAIRS EQUIPMENT merry operated by Vernon Chas '

of Homestead The Royal purple Circle of TCCMPEO BY VA ACE NOW FARMERS'LOT on at U. S. 1 and West 1st St.The' ,
NESD'AYS' visited ttlatlvM here and In the ,Rebecca's met at the homeof firm will operate under the e
Hobe Sound last week-end. Mr J. p. AVAILABLE t))fUND vm'Small I II
wilbarThursday -
Han -
S City IN' name Williams and Son The
P" 0. Port ** evening It being Mr Wllbars 2 MONTHSBy :
spent here DeLand, Sept. SJ->-ChalrmanAlex ; I
Sunday with homer birthday, the circle honored her ? D. Uttlefleld of'the State elder Williams has been in the 'r''r'eTe
Weieotre brother, George. Osborn, and with a lamp ,and a birthday, CHARLOTTE HEUIER automotive business for nearly 6 I
is wart Democratic Executive: CommIttee Qys
family cake.. -
After the meeting, 20 year* and plans to give the .
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wll- day cake and punch were blrth.i The ladles of the Community) here this week pointed to same'complete auto service rendered 1 +
announce. the birth of a to Mrs W. U Merritt, Mrs. Church Circle of Jensen Beach rM the record to chow what 15 yean there by his predecessor, j
Merritt, Julia and Maud have had two informal meetings ot national democratic administration
dlngton, Sue Cbason, Dolly I these last two months, the
ST Rooms, Apartment and Rental White, May Douglas Ira ChasonOlady meeting in August being at the hare meant for the people 4
oases ES-' Perry, Edna Stlmmell,:home of Mr. Barbara PersonIn of Florida.Uttlefleld\ .
\L. FULFORD Florence Decker, Doris ,Klubena,I Walton, and the meeting of )laid particular em- Pence Construction Co.
Edith Matthews, Eva Rowell.i September at the home 'of Mrs. phasis upon the effect on Flor '
dQ..r Blandh Barton. Zena Leighton, Evelyn!: VOight of Indian River\ ida' agricultural economy of \ Phone 193
.t.ls8tfY Ada Peck, Rose Leighton, Jean"-I Drive The Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Democratic Administration pol-
SELLING RENT ette Clements, Bawl Donaldson Jones attended the September Iclei "Florida farmera realise D-7 Bulldozer with Blade or Rake.

STY MANAGEMENT and Ludle Ulmer, meeting. Suggestions were made I11 full well the benefit they bar Alto Yz.Yard'Dragline,
U-7 O. Box No. 4 The Rer r U Crawson arrived regarding the Sunday School received through the work of a
bL 1 rth Colorado Are home last week after a. week In tor the coming year. ,The; next Democratic President and Congress \ See Us For ",
e Memphis. meeting wilt be at the church when they compare their
Phone 317 Mr. and Mrs. King of Port Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. Mrs B. Welch Television present position with the grim Clearing-V Grading Ditch"jig.CLINT ,
cart, Florida Sewetl and Mr, and Mrs. Bert and Mrs. C. Bryson,, both of dark days of the last Hoover- Biking, Etc.
1 Babcock: of Stuart called on Mrs Ocean Breeze Park, will be the Model Developed Republican depression," t h eState

I W. W. Brown Sunday hostesses.Mr ,_ chairman said. \
Mildred Altaian returned home I
Courteous ver Quarter last week: after. week \in Philadelphia I *. a 8. Robertson Was'hostess Cincinnati (JP)) A television' "dash Income than of Florida farmers
was more $354.000,000
Dependable to her bridge club at het model suitable, it U claimed, for last with
compared only
entury Florida Mr: and Mrs. H. p. Lyons of home Tuesday afternoon. Highscore and theater lobbies or anywhereand year
Service I $83.000,ooo In 1931' he pointed
Experience) Stuart were guests of Mr. and were made1 by Mrs. Robertson theater lobbies, o ranywhereWtaere out. "And our State's tanner < E AX
Mrs C L. Mooney Sunday. [ and Mrs Adolph :BerteL t'
In theRepublican
people congregate, has earned only $118.000,000
Abstract' & Tiflai Insurance Coca Jack Saunderaon was honoredat Others playing Were Mrs Laura been developed at the University boom year of 1S28.". It's Sprayed Into Al Crack, an/Crevices .
the regular civic club meeting Howard Miss/ Georgia Turner.
or, Sept. ISAfter Mrs a H Alderman, Mrs of Cincinnati by II:. Burton: The State Democratic chair Of Yo t Car ; ,
11.011 TIRa IATIONAM i ,,
man cited as other highlightsof
TITLi IATION the business meeting a- Uwls Gamble, Mrs Joe KUng Benjamin of Brooklyn, R. T.. MOTO 5WA1Stuart
,birthday cake tea and Mrs. Gideon benefits to Florida farmers of I
and coffee Seymour
It has four in one- YOUR ca CULPI.rXID a
screens n.a MOTION
ROY L ITAtlry national\ democratic leadership: I
were served, Mr and Mrs Warren Shipes ma MOD.RN MaTNOO LU ICATIONYw
r I Alonzo Smith celebrated his entertained a few friends Saturday fourth normar.1zt and can be I, 1. Florida milk was selling at A,. a less is Se et I. .. MsINd.
birthday at the civic club Friday evening In honor of their encircled with chairs so that up ".98 a hundredweight In 1832
txcLusrviKAN Acs evening Mrs. R. Mortensen silver wedding anniversary Two to 100 persona may see the action The average 1947 price was $''.18
TITLe A INSU ante CO..e ,I (hostess and chaperon) entertained table of pinochle were played ,according to Benjamin. Another And In 'the OOF prosperous Servic/l Stationw.
with and soft Attending Mr. and Mr*. 1S29 milk was worth only $3(7
MI./, T.Y.asSOUSCas games, cake were I
set, twice as large, can be .. ..
a aaiN.Men" GULP Ps Pb. el44t
ovsa, el.o oe..o drinks. A. J Wllkle Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 1 Farm mortgages an excellent
I Mrs. H. Mr Voris and, sister Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. made, he declared.Complaints Index of rural prosperity,

,. D.bse 'a...,, have arrived in East St. Louis, King and daughter, Francene tOf people who like i have decreased steadily duringthe
eeusrr, Pte r1 w. 111. and report no trouble with Mrs. Ellen Goodrich Town- television b "found the set Democratic administration
their dog. send, Miss Margaret Lee andR crowded when more' than, dx: More than $97.000,000 in mortgages L
I Mr and Mrs. Calvin Robinsonof V, Braddy of Waycross, Ga.. was outstanding in 1929 t WE. QUOTE COST jp e 265
week-end of people were in the room, gave FlfaURES 11U i )
Fort Lauderdale spent last I were guests Mr In Florida. Last year the debt CHEERFULLY
week-end here with Mrs. Robin- ,and Mr. H. W Munch. They Benjamin his idea for the four-_ had been reduced to $41,000. AND THEY ARE /MO/ ,,
son's mother Mrs. Maud Shel- 'were on their way to the Pan- screen model, he said. S. The Farm Credit Administration READ TEARFUL "VOLtRATH
ton.Mr. )American Insurance Company Benjamin a recent Industrial established by the Dem. i
( and Mrs. R. i. Scurry of convention to be held in HavanaMr design graduate at the university's ocrats in 1933, has helped 12,000
M,3d3ti. Plymouth, Pa. announce the and Mrs. R. O Sharp college of applied arts, said Florida residents to buy farms :; The Plu ber" r '
birth of a t-lb boy Sept. .11 Mrs. pent Friday in' West Palm the multi-screen model incorporates with loans of more than $30- ; z
Scurry Is the former Miss Joyce Beach. a selsyn\ system of remote 000,000.

! Neq .I,.N M .4..e. Simmons.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Shipes, control of volume and station ,4. More than halt of Florida's FOR t
.J Ooldstone arrived home who have been in Ban Antonio, selection.A farmers in .
r V M.i.i dues.. k..rdr w e.iW .e e1heel. last week after a visit in New arrived Sunday,and have taken series of semi-silvered micron Agricultural are participating Conservation Program the- Itr jed: Quick, Dependable

+:.ro arwri Tw York. a cottage at Jones camp for the duplicates the projected of the Production and SERVICI
y.e.j Winter. mage[ from the cathode ray Marketing Administration
elm W Leh rW A. and Mrs
Mrs. A. Hendry tube, he Idded.INDIANTOWN.
M .........ybw T. R. Hellier spent Monday In. S. In 12 years the Rural Electrification WL: AKE: EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZ JOB /
Ma West Palm Beach. 4-H CLUB Administration has ESTIMATES SUBMITTED ,\.
toe helped Floridaoperat.l.,.. to I
Miss Verna Gamble, who U
a. ..a.b..M... I employed In Miami, spent the MEETS ON THURSDAYThe string more than tOOO miles of f

H.., e..ai n a.Lwr week-end her with Mr and lines serving nearly 17,000 farm Service II
1 MHIBENEFIT Mrs. Lewis Gamble ladlantown 4-H Club held ers. 'Today almost 60 per cent Vollrath Plumbing
Mrs Wanda Pltchford West Its first meeting ot the year at of the State's farms have elec
d..eet 1s BY THIS Palm- Beach spent Sunday here the school last Thursday. Flans tricity. When the REA was setup LARRY VOLLRATH 11
were made M to the time and the in 183S
by Demoearts ,
tK l+ 's pees. jF/ 'Ituart \ GOOD NEWSCOMBINATION-, ,with J, J relative; Pitchford and is friends.spending a place tor meeting. Purpose of! only a per cent ot Florida" farm ,311 .Akron, Ave I
'faonth'a' 'vacation with relatives the,.4-H Club.,.its emblem andpledge era had electric light
discussed.It .
In Carolina.
YOUR HOMI TOWN PAPEC North was decided that club officers I J
orp. d. MEL.ALEUCA LODGE would be elected later when,
THE ORE L-J) cm.. TM M>4 tokMVe* the girls were better acquainted
Mrs. Frank L. Faust (MrsGays
t DM I b t*<.t M white VM Bve.L Members of the club are Donna,
lirt VM Yw she h e mother) arrived Sunday Beth Parker, Carroll Slay, Gloria
WORLD, when sN..slee1 ev* Hto from Bradenton for a two- I,
Guy, Edna Johns, Betty Jo Rowe, ,
the chub weeks' visit Gape son, "Chuck-
s e nUnf-m-M
CWTIMM M MKk M -M, t* peer er," spent a few"'days at the Jeanette Reynolds! Dorothy A
).*. see a..., leer fete.. Per Lodge befort Ms entrance at Johnson Diana Bmeeks: Joy' I
....ip.Hry aNA. sad IeNe.r.. the University of Florida at Kate Pollock and Nell Rowe.
SILLY ? I.ete.P.4 ..Ness.) .sd leas... Gainesville Miss Nina Tickers I Fla.DROPIN
l I..l I It M Mkrtttv of Deerfleld. Beach was also a Traeger and family, Mr: Orllns'
Ise TN CNa IAN, KIINCI house of the over the and family Mr.Cobb and family,,
guest Gay
No MONITO .l1l.Np
More So Than Risking
w5 K a A ) .I Fat .) 1eiM1..e week-end. Mr and_Mrs. Nleiner,Mr.Acker-'
NOM+ Your Near Horn Isfw. IIp, s.tie..ap, Other guests 1the Lodge man and family, and Robert, COME E UP R
By b.q.aww.l wins pw. lash l 'were Mr. and Mrs. Church, Mr.1 Wolf.Waterfront '

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r \ HEARING SCHEDULED Okeecfaobee and to the,' Intx i MTIS1ON NVCBWABT .' Palm Qty News HEADS COMMITTEEDR Hok Sound NtvBy ruorMAilS vN ..... cxaTrti Ma

l I I' A,,public hearing to gather eoutal Waterway through th a l Sale a' i.. Mwva..rrtr
Orlando, '
Sept 'D- MAEUt MttPMCK
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( ( .' facts tat a preliminary survey Rlllsbora and West Palm Beach
revision of the Florida OouUtutioa tons
: for a oroDoged waterway from' Canals will be held at the Ameri- U10'obvtottsly needed that MRS BOilETHOSPITALIZED y Mr. and Mr. A these Brodrtck the mine .lat year, the neearch
the packing house and railroad I' can Ltglon Ball in Belle Olade visited Monday( with ,Mn, Ted; and indattrtal dWakxn of the
there U hardly
::1 I terminal at Belle Glade to Lake Vet. U at J:SO PA."JOE" any argumenton Chamber of Stuart.Mr Florida State Onejabtr of Comroerce -
that .
score lit .the opinion of. and Mr* Kyler Baker of ,stated yesterday in Its
t Robert J, Pleua ,president of Stuart visited with Mr and Ms.. weekly' hula*** review "111 .
; the Florida State Bar Auocla-i W.. O. Griffin Sept U Florida total* were M
11 per cent
PACE I Uon. However ibe laid the a.- Mir and JIlL Charles Dtekerfhof greater. In ,volume .and 57 percent
i' f : loclaUoni long-tange program AFTER MISHAP f and their grandson Chart
mor*. In value, than la th
CLIO 1 MOSLEYPLUMBING for such revision will not collide: nut. bare .returned W tbelr .
previous y ex
AT:? 1 I with the luggeited change to borne her after visiting a month
) be voted on In November fey MM, ANNA. B. BAT' in Ohio.Ranee. '
} '' Ortega Mrs Thomas Broddck t
.Ad''t Kandall J 1* In Martin CA
Mrs. George Rowley met with and Mrs KnateU AUabaugb en-
." JOBBING CONTRACTING County Hospital after Jailing lunch together there.Mr. '
span yR owed
; serious
V" a accident ThurMay ,
\ from a scaffold while working
Guaranteed 1 and Mrs. Arthur Brodrlck
Palm :! : Prom'pfciXfficient Service All Work \taG when abe tell and broke,her hip. in Jupiter Island Sept. 11..Be Is
and Mr and Mr* W D. Orttnn
Wthflaclll 1'9' 1IGHT OR DAY to ,\. |'she JII In Martin',County Hoe- uttering from tour broken MM mad a biiilnee* trip, \to West'

I :'V,{' ,,,,, pltal,, Frienda her extend their and a broken right' arm. He I* Palm Beach '!' i
Bitty ; [ reported improving,
Just Thone 246 p
lass t'l 11);,,bl, P r sympathy and best wishes for Mr*. Russell Alabaugh and
6 h'' I I ( swift recovery. Mr*. Thomas Brodrtck apent
:, ,{ 1 F The Be. and Mrs WallgciSterne H
l Saturday la West Palm Beach
\ id i\. '
\, hare 1I'1'IttenheJ would Mr: and Mr*. O & Qulgley
leave Oak Park, HL, yesterdayand L. D. NEWTON I
and sons. Jesse and George
o ;;j: t 'I ; Our Machine expected to arrive here Monday Dr. Newton well-inwfi. Atlanta visited friends and relative here
B, U
Shpp 1R now able to drive and
ote Baptist,ha been, appointed chair Sunday.
'i. t, ';1 f'I. t expect to arrive at Byrd Lodge
Avon Park,,'to spend the weekend 1 mad of a Southern advisory committee Mrs Dan Shaw,who was open!
3 t, I. f i is Fully Equipped to handle any typesf before -coming home. His 1 for, the Christian Rural Over aced on In Indiana two week
ba* left the hospital and 1*
) I scar program icnuri.) The committee
\ ,I Metal Work. Bring your Farm Machiner convalescing at the !home of her
composed of 28 OuWand
f u : sister. Mr*. W. ,I. Garner, 310
.. q'iI (' r Repair to U*. We have a skilled ope COUTANT c arch leaders agricultural and South DIxIe Way; South Bend
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I ',:.,;j .:. '' j'j'IfL l tor in charge. If it's made of met d planning 'of state, will food ksdit trams kt the lotjveneas Ind.Mr. and Mrs. .K: i. Arnold and '

( ft, need Machine Work, See U*. COMMERCIAL_ PHOTOGRAPHY relief CROP hai establuhed daughter Jean, visited Sunday se a.
: regional headquarten! in At with Mr and Mr James Tucker

1 ::?{ia1 t: ReatE4ate PhotographyAttractive lanta. State organization will be and* Mr.baby and of Mrs.Stuart George Griffin

let and it is. that
soon expected
i Photo of Yours**' Mnf Party .n4 Catch. up and children Roger, Geneva, '
HNE SERVICE Inc. food train will be assembled
J''" I' STUART M Wayne and Terry Lee, of Stuart
Ii:Y'f'i: around Thanksgiving tin. Farm visited Sunday with their parents -
.' \\i( : 'l'' 33 PORTRAITS AND AERIAL; phOTOGRAPHY eomroodltiei especially ceded are Mr and Mrs. W D OrUOn. I

<'I\:,\,',,I''. !: it; Phone j Krueger Bldg., Box 283 Phone 324 teed cotton,rice., peanut;com,toy Mr, and Mrs., Andrew tester'

; t ,I beam and dab? product!. All and children spent the west 'bIZ'J/
end In MtamtWee !
,/ / lionsfarm organiza- Clan O Ortega daughter osaasne '

\(/1", : ':t r 4" Tn" li a protectIon : of Mr. and Jo I. ? Mania ba resumed bet. studies at Free
who expected to Rosartan Academy In West Palm
< l i ;.. '. ', < them south, was unable accompany to do Beach.Mrs.. Msw roe?

At Hom. MARTIN COUNTY'ad so Church services tor the season K.'J. Arnold entertained
are ...scheduled'to start Oct.. In honor of her daughter. Jean
Stay .10th. Friday evening After game Mr.
i BUSINESS ,DIRECTORYYour lira. Robert Brown, 'formerly and Mrs. Arnold surprised the
fAt Hone 9. of Palm City, now tiring In party with a truck ride to th*
I' 1 Tropical farm,, hat been W for beach. 'Upon returning to the "
Business Card In This some time at her bone. She I II boa** Ice cream and cookie
Section Every Week Will Bring You Buiin now reported slightly improved.Mrs. were served to Klda and Lacy

J. E. Markel was her nun Ma Ortffln, Make Mahan,
I -. tor the put week but ha returned Mart Brodrtck. Bain: AlgaHni. e:
+' home aj a relative of Mary Diamond, John "Mule" New
''I'. Boy The Beet i PITCHFORD'SCAMP I HOME BUILDINGHIGBEE 5iJMUt I Mrs. Brown from the North ,to I Meyer Don and Jim Hutchln- i
j now with her. : son. Jack Carpenter. Phillln Ai.gaxtnl. .
,) GENERALELECTRIC I Mr*. O r Blauvelt who ha Billie Moore, David Calen ,
( & AutCam p' been Ill for several month reports and Harold Shaw

1'.. t mm HINT she if feeling much better A large group of resident I ;
(( Appliance Cottages and Boats I WORTHAM M em Cottages and able to attend to her house- turned out at the Community

Ii, : titebe ndry Seafood d Trailer. Court bold duties. Ban Sept.' U to tart a aerie of
r Cabinet* arM an man WMOUUALC General Contracting Mr* i K Lower who ha been square dance Starting next .
j m4 .
: J, \ \Badlo*. and Repairs a ALa.W DAY 'wasa lilt m at her home for tome time week. It 1* our desire to get together "
\ 1 appliance For Sale I P. O. Box 832 Ali Carveraarax, seem slightly Improved I but still on evening each week ..
I I MARTIN C NTY ,JLNSEN BEACH Owe Block Wost Palm confined to her home )boo Conine custodian of the IF YO/ ARt ,':i;
t ,' ELEC City Bridge On Th. BLAIR sod BAKER, Mr. and Mr*. B. R. Graver and hail brought a large collectionof II ,

Phone 7 ,AT county Samoa J Right ow obi. Iwwa-. Pis Ol'I u son, recent purchasers,of the records back from New Jersey /BUILDING J
t ---- I. K. Lower farm home, arrived with him. everybody tt ,
Bsturdayfrom, ) the North and vlted to Join la the fun and help ,-,
1 expect to move hen from! Stuart to get nee eniertaSssHBt REMODELING *
as won a* pOedbla hatred for the community\; t. '11,
I Docks, CONCRETE I Mrs. A. H. Bursanl spent-Mon Mr John Ortega spent Saturday / : OR \
If" : Foundation Floors day and Tuesday In Miami at In West Palm Beach. Mrs.WE ,
'I ''r, Seawalls Driveway Sidewalk, the, electrical demonstration -- : REPAIRING i
I :I Uncle.J1..1p" Block Brick Drain school She i Ia employed) by th* ;rIi. /
r:' Boat Houses sez. T"Ue. Septic' Tanks.In will Hall Electric be their' Company demonstrator her ,and BUY --- Juak, : / YOUR HOME V Ii'

". """ C..M y; wMrr,. Fact wrecked
All T pe. Of Maria Russell Day, CWVO. A.UA, cart, scrap ,
{ Everything! in ConcreteDUNTILE who ba been la Korea two
Conatructton and brat
$O r
''J yean,, ,1 II DOW enroute home ,
',I'' \ "'' j{ Ivan Taylor Some I Many hen feared he might have I !O'S or-CALL \
I: year* agojEey paved been 1Q.the.. disastrous railroad
'' \dt P. o. Box 474 our street I paid four L L DECKER j wreck in Korea Sept. U but late O'SAirffDPARTS EaiCer ll &

f PHONE 104-J hundred *macH and now Box 936. Phone. 27WJensen new shows be left Seoul, Korea: Supply
of Sept 9 and 1 Ia believed nearing Duflf Highway "
''It';I It i what is it mf vision meets T the State now In the wreck U Fort PIPhone A.'M.;; AMRICUEY, Mgr;
( A METERf gathers TAXI r soldier,were killed and M Ins Phone 22 p/O.BoX305 Stss%
{ Web Ordway .1 Th, .todt "I I Jureo : .-
enr street*, for i
"I S I' Hdwe Herbert, Jr, and Richard Bud-
Motors which Jtt paid and set i I boff left Sunday for University
+ \ GADGETS, all In LINE, and of ,Florida at Gainesville and
,.'" AUTMOaiZU DKALU FOIl if itJhappen : SURE Alabama Polytechnic institute !Bo !4P
'i \ r FORD EDfl *aV. to 'pay a FINE! TRY THEM ._ THET at north Auburn they respectively.stopped at,,Del/and Bnroui a

t tAUl AND SUtVItt What kind of ,O D'I 'on b ARE MORE.THAN to YI.aiMr. and Mrs. acorn
TjpAT I ask you, man to Palmer friend of Richard who 'H 's
J J'j ,I WRECKER SERVICE Th' coffer of th' APT TO HAVE IT. are. attending Stetson CnlvsrHty kbit t J'agslhds' t trnp
( fat g ;
: BOOT BEPAUUPHONE grow on free fps
9142 thed a BANI! Why, Jensen Beach --fHVIICHU OIl ousts. ecivmsiauuTr" r tte
'j j A'ani they'll eel! th' air w. .j N.-to.'' ......M."'.". ,.b__of Ie w a.a.IIIM .-.... e 2r
I I VEl I NO NICKEL -- 0 of add uewis wanad
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tj"tj"t:: '' NO AIRI 1 To taxes, .aim-w. sole.e.da.... ''T::.r rt 50.TM has 'irel. ... "
.eu needs bo
: folk., we just .dal.-her \111_ .b..... M ... a.a..l"U ',
Quinn's Store keep our pockets BARE! D.rh4w. Ill"). 1t rid olyAerdCr
{ :i iI t! '''; De politician ever MQ'' Et cut out needles COST? .WIa1'-c:: : .Ik*a....,..el.B. a.dtoU-. k.N..'t.\i--\: .(.... bo ''Bb1Qtortsuo odsere id
1 I'll .II Nol I They spend the'r time a. 11_. "f" tilt laota...... tktan" of .
iIi t''i i '"'QUALITY MEATS 0 prove "Without it b bill .... $. .__ W ... _.. ...

Ii" f r CAR LOSTI"., TWO Each MENI one must With bar lirin' motor earl, PROWLER eaweLwy r oa I. ...'war.. Ik.a-..bO..L.W/...... ... kit ....lb..k. .... d'e Notolh.B
\\.D! d GROCERIES cea a* they are our tax p-r.a O. b.r's. .1. teaw/

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: I \ Beauty Shop M w MMtr. Ie! mk, vkltk. ton M* y0
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I !'' d4 Day Phone Phone 32-R Box 604 SH So. Colorado AT*
;.Il.I Nit. PhonoHobe Phone 9141 and.Leave I yi .
"/ Sound 327, Stuart, Fla MessageWrIMp. Service Station ,..o! J tSe I Jqh q exoh, roI
1 I Stuart 347 Stuart.O.f fUuPlumhiag ''rIt \ Federal Highway A
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'I pJttection I A' d Well Drilling 1
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JOB" Low Price
",; AliiminaCi Awnings Medal. wrtli .,,law; BL !dr .ne R9ly tro dr"twIOY111

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