The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00139
 Material Information
Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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ref',flh.,), A,.ociated Prom Voice of An American Community D,:diratcd; 1'1 the American Way of Life Complete Local News Coverage

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EQARD, OK'S'' I DRIVER Driving SALE licenses LICENSESON TUESDAY for UK newyear Harold Colee Urges Florida to 'Sell Relaxation' to a Neurotic World; I

,IPMPNY'SUK, PARK his Clonts office will announced,go County on sale Jiiciut today Tuc'elaat! ) Arthur Deaci-< Visitors Spent $605,000,000 in State Last Year, Says Rotary Speaker I

F line Is October 1,

Out-of-state drlvrrs hate front DARTS I VICTORIOUS BALL TEAM: HONORI'D! M PANQUM --

.1 und| .nuf, Buildings Sept, 3 to December 31 t II> IP- r UTILITY TAX TO Backs Cities for State Aid
new licenses without takim. tin
">r'urn Use

I! hi;Sugd SUI/I/ :,.d exams granted, but without no examln license it uiii n after b(.' HAVE 87.50 0 TOP And Calls for Safety on Road "

I SITE Jan 1 unless the uppbcantcarries 5
a valid. llccnso horn: another BOARD DECIDESCitizens II, ] '1U 1 ( '"It'r/( I':\;('eiltlVC' \ ice !pit'"Nil< 'lit Ml I FlfI'ulu l State t

perk Dir. ,'v.tor Terms State.FARM I h.J' ': ,I.1., j II'' C'nimerce introduced \I\ Edwin A. Meni -

aria, County AreaDesirable i ,"' I'|'uhll,-her ol"t Thl'1 Stuart \cu-i w.- .the vital, figure(

Vm View Pro t held) i 1 the c' 'titiitivc. aitniticK of oui Stale ( humbciuij. '--
BOOKS Express
.'Y ; Apsvf y and Con At First ,'rl Im'idiiui-( + t III step up production in the lour'Ixt in,-
lIal! Im'Ilhassec- .4ysdws Reading 'L! : tl'r in II i t talk t'l, Stuart RoUrianH l\i\\Hiiians and truest:,

.. a'k :it ( 1 111-11,1111'i \\\'dn'lIcay.! .
",,V" tO Th(' city of Stuart last night He spoke on the subject "10"-
Ida'_ liar Invltttt.
Obligation to
II j ;is a improved the first reading of the JAYCEES WILL
?, Ii" as ai INQUIRY LIST i revised utility tax ordinance
.. Florida "must sill\ relaxation to
"mm i salihrnelated- which will go Into effect November -

i I. designed to raise! an PUSH PROGRAM :i neurotic world," Mr, Colee HUM.

: Higbee & Wortham Instructed >.Climated $10,000 annually\ for and expand lu benefits and services -

To Make New sk rivi<' Center and yacht basin to the tourists who spent

r, I d I action i Office Ready w :mpiovements RECREATION A an estimated"$603,000.000 In Florida .
I last >ear He urged increased
1having\ The revised ordinance would
I A nominating commit in' lull park and recreation facilities,
sale a )levy a 10 per cent tax on all utility -
j I Ibe appointed by President T T Club Members HonoredAt said "I hope and believe that !tin
ix delln- bills but would establish a
, Oughterson at the Sept 16 1-11-: s v ell 1947 Legislature will sec fit to
nine Slg- maximum $750 tax on any one Banquet Here Friday
: 'I I eral I meeting, directors ol the grant relief\ to the municipality
bill. Commissioners stated thai
)p I'I'Sl'rva'ould Chamber derided Monday night Night by broadening their tax haw, '
the maximum provision wa.iplaced
with election taking place in and urged all Florida to join In
In the ordinance to
I '\ bo pre-
October and new officers being Spurred by the community response getting the cows/ off the highways -
he boardlie 'I \ nt undue hardship on large
: land installed In December ? r ehear users of electricity. water and to its sponsorship of the to protect our tourist motorists -
'I A selected list of names ol applicants Special music for tin
federalMillard has as.ltal parts of a business winning "Stuart Sallflshcrs" ball
( for farming information event was furnished by Peter
or Industrial operation club. plan thcl-
Stuart Jaycees as
I Hironlmus Because of the significance -
gleaned from the lists M
c'larv inn the State Advertising Commis- .. Some 25 citizens present! ex- major projects the promotion of of Mr Colcc address,
I I districts piessed views pro and con on rllamondball: shuffleboard courts,
sion, will receive Martin county .' .., the News reprints It in full:
( "
\ lo- the proposed levy. Leslie Bartlett and a wrestling and boxlnr
agricultural! booklets when they "I happy to be here
I / are lire halts killers win hate put lime Mu :31: *alllj>hrh tin in Hit. tOil) rank of UK-I Eat (oast arguing that the tax should bea arena, President L. M Johnson am upon
off the in October these famous
::1(> dldn't'' come press League/ riituiil left to rigid melon', :mltnm ro\\, are think Sillier, lloi.itcinuld" Earl: Over straight 10 per cent with no announced Monday night at c ,
he firm Wortham in this fine East Coast
1 of Higbee & communIty
h. want to : Itlcoii, Pill l \rinni" \\arren sliipe. \rnlv rind.irvn, Uucich' :Muixli, and (Hank I'limotk: lop row, upper bracket exemption Stanley banquet honoring members of
instructed lo complete Ilk\ the people here\ and
; 'land If was John N, Mann, miiiascr, "IMiil Iliiduiik. 1 Ciruige Griffin, I Iniei Orall.lIII.lY 111'111', Jesse. ,\rnolcl, Hitching and E J, Rlcou con- the winning team.
of the Chamber their social and economic objectives -
) It is not remodeling new Hub llnrell and! (Hank Iteeve liiienlri' lon-groii m' Is Naming eland Johns. bat hoy. Not pictured curring In this vlew although With Paul Young acting as
,Hial gov- office so that it can be occupied but! on the tcniii lie Rill Hcnv. Ed \inohl and Minis. louuv\ ji, Imiuitii' nut pit, lured. are (:artKiiuii opposing the tax In general master of ceremonies, the ballplayers are my very own,

,t ate land within three weeks-omitting for! ,\, J. "',arks. ." .('k (olrmaii. Paul IhumpMin, J.ul. Dctlt., Iced) Mdltun and Itay Iti"nwn. The Elvjn Coutant opposed the tax received honorary membership "My personal fishing record

the present that portion of theImprovement sours!I! al'n"ll.1_ hi' inn" 'od a' a hin<|iirt I'rid at nijit Jt tin I lehtliout. ; and urged that a time limit be cards In the Jaycees however, Is not one about which
which requires placed on the oidlnance Ken- Editor Mfnnlnger would care to
:, 1 ledeiallj I I and. along with some 40 honoredguests
( special millwork n"h Stlmmel and Ernest Lyons enjoyed a steak dinner at eclttoilallze The score would
: 11.: rolling; | U B. McLaughlin, chairman of look, bad in print It would not
1 tteuluarly: Jaycees Planning Labor Day Dance MPT-SLATTERY\ spoke for adoption on grounds 'The Lighthouse
the membership committee an- that i funds must be secured for add to the glory of a sports
ml) In\'rly. Guests included many of the
no anted a special: meeting for creation of tourist recreation .i fisherman's paradise Neither
what' 'we Tuesday. Sept 3 to discuss plan At Stuart Log Cabin Monday\ GIVES DETAILS I I projects oilglnal group of Jaycees who would it add any edible thing to
I Hoi Ida active in the organizationtwelve
? to raise the $2.900 lemulinna un- __ ___ h_ City commissioners! stated that my dining table Yet. I like to
im Later co::letted In tin budget Stuart Junior Chamber ofCommerce I the money raised will be used to years ago when it ori- pretend to fish. There Is a prac-
big enough' (ol John Q MacDonald: reported ALL STORES CLOSE FIELD TRANSFER purchase the grounds adjacent ginated Stuart Sailfish! Club tical side to this skullduggery
.ud plans one of the galal'nll'IIahll111'nt dances and ran bingo gamej
a san- LABOR DAY SEPT. 2 gave
1 While the fish unconcernedlyabout
on piotus of a surveyto \ to the Service Club m Uo be called go
events of the to buy sallflsh buttons: and
I bring 1)I business heiem Stuart Civic Center i and for their several ways whenI
I .joard con- -- year next Monday night, Sept. Martin county will enjoy a Navy Group Fntcrlameg!; recreation Improvement such as trophies Among these were am In their vicinity. I gain as
o i Our a sanprescrve 2, with a Labor Day Dance at general holiday next Monday Vcrmilya Trlls Of ', shuffleboard tennis courts and Jimmy Pegram, still secretaryof much as thev do. They retain

It FIELD HERE the Log Cabin Sipt 2, Labor Day Civil Plans riverfront park beautification the revived organization, Bud their freedom. I regain mine. I

-r, he de- I i 1 Music by "The Boachcombei Stuait t 1\lpl'ohIII.,t \.,,."ii,id[ni leading up to building of the Williams Buck Hendry Ernest am perfectly relaxed after a day
till 12 In il'blnl1 Tuesday nlaht, ollei Cd,1| W I. [>litlncom- Ljons Earl Ricou, Jack Cole- of hard pretension Pressmen
I I will begin at 8S0: last yacht basin when materials are
Bo \ Fred CIa IMPROVED FOR and arrangements are being ally asked ,11I'rd, ('!,>, 'uBEAUTIFYING"i' mallhll' olliid of the Banana available man and Phil Pence are relieved I feel strangely at

,. 1111all the made for attendance bin CN- hover! II,ivtl b.I.,(', praised the President Johnson extended peace with myself, and at peace

'.' 'I pieted crowd of more than 3nu IOOIKitmi' \ ol (he people) of WATSON RULES ON thanks of the organization: to with the'ol'ld..

THIS SEASON i Committees on ertertalnmcn OF .Tni'M' county during the mill- WIDOW HOMESTEADS Edwin A. Menninger, R, B. Mc- You folk In Stuart tell reluxu

I publicity and decoration have t.u.t oiHiitlon! \Villmm Fieldin Cullough, Otto Kubin and Pence tlon It Is an understatement t<>
/ VERDICTESMILOR In' lormil presentation of board members for
born assigned tasks by President Homestead owners who arc as park say that there Is great need in
Stuart football field should be L. M Johnson who said SCHOOL OROUI3ONPROGRAM 111' ,irpurt last rhurwltv entitled to a widow's or disabled valued assistance In creatingthe this: life for relaxation I 1>0111<<-

I in tip-top I shape! for the first! "The Jaycees feel that one 0, In presenting' a token Key to persons exemption also may get field," and also thanked tlmcs think r would like to Mir

S hone: game Sept 27 with Belle the things we can do in Mntu, 'the putt. to Ch.iirm.in 1 C.! L Wall homestead exemption up to 5,- county commissioners and Hen- advertisements: In all the papers

Glide New steel goal posts will Coun'y is provide cntnttlnment t''f tin county eoiiiirlxslon, he 505. Attorney General J, Tom drv for mechanical aid furnished of the east, north and west, readIng -

be erected on the field, and u not only for our'hIIOI'', ald'The'! Watson advised Comptroller ], like this: Try Florida! It

r Court Dismissed, For general repair and improvement but for \the community at rrth' occasion of thin; rrrcinojn M Lee ;, Announcement made that will relax you Florida Ik the

Term ThisMorning program Is underway -and this dance Is one '>f tit< Agriculture Class Will Wcrlt\ i tin olficinl! transfer un- I Watson pointed out that former !,': 17 Stuart merchants contributed land where people start over.

The field has been plowed re- i first In u planned enterlV"0'1( Out Lincliciipini! tt-J r: .t icvoiiibUpcimlt, of With- Attorney General Cary D uniforms for the ball team and leaving their troubled thoughts
sortded and leveled' -should be'' series," Plans I im 1"leld I Btimrt Ileildt I from Landls/ had held that persons'I there Is a waiting list to buy behind,"

'' ,I dismissed in excellent shape for the com- The affair will be info>lIl1:11.: ;the Niivy Ddiartinrnt I I to thf1'I'' entitled to the homestead exemption more My friends, this whole worldis

tem ,ornlng after ing grid season and t the public at large Is malted Under a liiiflsrapini( plan to custody\( of I Ui' County of Martin. of $5000 valuation on ,, \\e have made It on our own In a neurotic condition, the

:anus i 'I\ minor cases Proper drainage hat been T1'k't. at $1.20 per ClIpl--() I 1 1in ''be worked out by the t aiitnltuial ( ( It Is inv pleasure to be present property are not thereby prevented I i so far without asking support" worst, perhaps, in Its> history. It
J.h'' ',., Cession was achieved through scientifically this week !li Ion' class, 1 the lawn at ntu'u't':; \ ': here today In order to express from taking the addl- !, said Manager John N Mann- needs-Its leaders need-to relax -
l\\llablc t ttlw
Ink! I) 'try Monday I curving the sides and slopingthe ; chool will be developed! and the Hppierlilun,: of the Navy t tonal exemption of $500 allowed i i "and have some money in the' The big Mr Bigs need to

man r' .11', D Ander- 'I ends, with constant work on any JayecFOOTBALL grounds landscaped i Dcpaitininl loi thp splendid eo- I' widows or those who have 1, treasury and the equipment to let go The little Mi Bigs need
.d 11" ''- days for fall- the program since June, under The lawn will be replnuleel( \ opc'ullcn sliiwn to Naval Aviation lost a limb by war or misfortune start: next year" Mann received to turn loose whatever it Is they

iJat U l> ,Ion a reckless I supervision of C W Long vocational TEAM sections and fenced to give it a I by Miilln nunty and the Watson concurred in this an ovation for his predominantpart are holding on to &o firmly, maybe -

tharc Anderson was I agriculture teacher. chance lo isrow- and a sprhik-I: ) city ot btuuit 1'lorkliWllhuin opinion in spark-plugging the team, bad dreams for the most !part.Sleeping : .

lter n 1 'nspute between : New bleachers to seat 600 persons lor s 'stt'm111 be installed ai : I'Ickl was originally -- -- > pins or their cqulvaleast -

:G M H 1I.ck.. and high :I have been ordered but delivery RECEIVED non as pipe) li avail,ible, One !! leased to the Navy on May are being sold in this countryat
!lcial the question cannot be made this season I new power lawn mown ha ,1943 Ifie con I 't met Ion 077a 'Glades Water Control Picture an annual cost, to Its I! pel'"Iilllcd -

hclh'' h.. Imust be put Meanwhile the old wooden peen purchased, and another. tluaal farllitir:. on William Field ((',, on fif:.:t' /nc.; ;

111:amtar! j, ",thorities when 'I" bleachers will be reinforced and NEW\ UNIFORMS"College ordered! I i was toinmcnccl on the I7lh of Brighter As Rain Fills MuckSummer -
booths repaired -
sled "on duty the fence and ticket Transplanting of several palm, I jAusu;t, 1941 1 and competed on THE WEATHEH
01! '
'd II Anderson was I I and paintedSAILFISHERS trees: and the planting ol decorative the Bth of May. 194j at a cost
bU a J Enwall of the Quality" Suits shrubbery U planned I to the Navy of $197.657.71 It'' t'ue ..h,' 1'? I nark. x 'rlx'nc di. "
I rains although deficient tlnurd to and dangerof
unpiovc :
2lstic' 1' ,
Irha Menu a Wrl Ubxeie
At tornpv'_ PLAY Paul I
office was tamed for limner :; :
un. Secured For Stuart utr
have firthat soils un
: at some points : destroy arc slnxrl. (
IllMcOe, CLEWISTON SUNDAY :, Tigers LOCAL SCHOOL GETS William (former Chart Naval greatly helped the general Water I, probably ended until next T.mp'ure M.mum M'n'u.n Rnndn5x' I I
\as fined $35 and MORE ROOKS : Air Pilot who rallanlly: give: his in the Olades. I IYY "
plctur according spring
receivednew 3,000 f'
ree," driving Sailfishes defeated )I Stuart Tigers have vital mission Au. uo.yAuY.
; Bryan Stuart FOR USE IN LIBRARY life performing u ; to the July report) of' Ground water conditions !a 911 ',YAu I J
MS md: costs on the Leke: Worth 4 to 2 here last Sunday college quality" glosswhiteuniforms blue for the Navy Upon the ncquUlI the Everglades Drainage District !continued to Improve during '.: YI :: 7YA "

1111 and will play the opener:I IClewis with brilliant !Martin county school library I I thou of this field It was placed a summary of which Isgiven July at all\ points Much idle Ault uY, 5 II"a .. IV use'eAYYeT l
]KUI),,\ was awarded of a three-game series with numerals I' uno('[ l he cognizance of the .. 73Au.
the reports receipt) of 300(1(( volumri below: j I land is beginning to become inundated .. 11' fU \
1 and $no punitive ton at the local field next : "We are appreciative of of of various types including i I' Naval Air s'ation' I Vrro ncach: 'Rainfall continued normally. a condition favorableto RAINFALL IN INUILS' r4 I

in "5 ivn action against ,' Sunday for the "South Glades- I fact that Mr. R. II Lowrey ableto !! many reference and technical Florida to aid in the training I of heavy at all recording stationsexcept !' Its retaining sufficient soil 11 i.au I I, I I IAult

Hubbard Coast" championship___,_____--1 local sports these Shop for has the been team:" 'bcoks as well as fiction and night fishier: pilots During the Miami which seems toj I'moisture throughout the springto ,, 110 50 ,,u.milAu ,' 1Au ',
secure biographies I time it remained tinder the cus- be chronically deficient Some I prevent soil losses by fire '.'. Yr .1.a )

ht Buildings said Principal Erwin Johnwick standard'i Acknowledgment was mails I toay of Veio Beach this field points recorded unusually heavy' an3:! by oxidation, Tntsl 5tr y ,

Local School I The lire of the fine professional !I to Capt Dewey B Hcarn who vvu instrumental In training approximately rt.infall, At the Everglades Experiment "Agricultural lands have gen y- I

warn(. by collegeand originally secured most of the 1601)) Naval Avla- Station rainfall exceeded !: erally maintained adequate

!t Bright New: (Coat of Paint teams" the Tigers will have I bi'oks from Morrison Field in tor all records for the month 1 drainage that preventcU crop THE TIDES i
i, This year changes of uniform P-h Im Beach County for use by I "The Naval Air Station, Banana ol July Rainfall was generally'I I loss. only by discharge of water I I IKIYh"a

-_ 190 complete with \tl s Youth Center here Some of i River Florida assumed heavier in the Interior of the that the Everglades' can ill -
Is royal I
"''Martin county youngP and work Is now underway on One Inserts set The other Is the tl a volumes came through the cognizance of this field on the 'Cilad s than along the margins : afford to waste, can canal btag:s Iart for, MH I In"wok: 'ending: l n'r;Sn.a lemb.' m.,: :5 ,rIIt.lld.ot
', back to school Mon Si.erno: and Jensen schools w'lite White helmets F ur Arts Society of Palm Beach i 1st of December, 1913, From that Tne wide disparity of recordings be held below the maximum that I Tim" I Ia'ur

;*a D they win\ find eight 18 lart Training School has been new whites' The school board purchased date until the station became is typical of the summer season the levees of the farming area Rewll'a 1 odd 1 hut, :II,
ttLooi l buildings freshly pr nted inside and outside w 11 be worn. about 350 new books and schoolfu '''liu'plus to the Navy needs on daring which most rainfall can withstand, Continued normally 'shut... Ian. Slat; .i"11 hour. Sr manutlur :, ,/'. i

j M\\0 l begin! the new year I i-Ir, McOee extended thanks A large returned amount from of equipment factorj- 'ids were used to buy seven : (hi 1st of June, 1946& this field :' comes in the form of local heavy rainfall during Au- cow.Lompll.d weekly I b. C.aL. U. U. Ihmrn '

?'r''wpervlslon of Clydi tc Mark Smith local contractor. has Just and the Tigersw ni w reference sets of blographl- I WM Instrumental in the training tliundershowrs, J guot and September may create It' w
maintenance officer" J Ifoi" use of his painting crews conditioning this year cfl and technical encyclopedias of Ground Controlled Ap- Lake Okeechobee \gained 0.3 conditions that the present A tl, P I.I. b.\\"I'M! I I
j be well equipped I 1',1 au lost' Isis ., ,
Bounty, School, ''d..ring Smith's vacation, None 11 of shoes Miss Pearl O'Neal, high school piaach; personnel foot during the month, maintaining limited canal i soe II .11,01, III" .,81 AO rum! ,116 l S
Bfmentary School, the' oj the school work was done on w th the exception of football 11"rarlan, will return shortly amiIxgln "The Navy Department In en- a desirable stage for this: system cannot 'I Hun Mon,, I 5 .11..0. llne IU JI&' I

tch,5l 1 Gymnasium. In- a contract basis all being although 24 pairs ordered and areexpected the task of cataloging tering upon) this agreement has, period of the rainy season. overcome In time to prevent I') Tu.. I lal7 U I"M In '1r67,4U 159'tH. I I
'n and| Martin County fr off have been volumes Contiu'ted "Salt intrusion conditions cun large crop losses | Wed.: 4 5,55 rda a 0 I j' ,
\ h Hobe Snunc h..ndled by the In the rear future he( additional l { on /iiuae; Eight ThureS t'is Iris: aea: 55e; ;' i
teen maintenance department
painted I scnool

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.'i' ;: SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUARTVKS E before TELEPHONE nn *n,irnti'jMi "

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t \I I n,d Mrs 411an No' ; .. .:r' f. :,." .'.f '.h, .:.:1 .. ..r'f''Ir'I' iIR.. \XIRio! >. ORIULVMHME : MI'S II ()MUSE: IIOBDY UISIT : MR. sl'1'SU:1': Virginia Michel. on Riverside '

I : Firt Sev.i hen' Ft," '.I It', ''l ( tte: M'rt \\: IMK.II1LK: MOCtM Ot STl'.\Rfr WITH :MKS. CLLMrVTS; : Drive, TENDER DRESSED HENS p
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11 Mr and Mrs ,Tack O'Brien u :Miss/ FlorliK Hobdy of Sane The Girl Scouts met Tuesday FRESH YARD EGGS

-- --- Baton Roime Lot mini"mice tit Ai;i.In. and San Antonio Texan afternoon with hell I leader Mrs Mrs. ,*.. C. Courson and ion Joe

For REAL ESTATEOP birth 01 a diuuhter, Mary BelliAllvMjn a i b attic the bride of Lt. Charles Hubert Clements at her home and her sister Miss Ruth Hamm COMPLETE USE "ALL MASH. I. "
ate going to Elba Ala. tomorrow -
AUK 8. Mis OUilen wai.I E.. < to spend a week visiting "GET THE BEST FORGET THE R!* :
SEEr a clerk with the Selectl\e Servkr ceremony on Friday eves garnet and had! a wlenlcr roast parents Mr. and Mrs T J
Jackie Tlllman
System Local Board in th< Judy Arbogast, Joan W Hey. Olive RAINS FEED
Greene Building here for several at Randolph Field Texas I I Burgess, Polly Rice, Gloria Hancock --- STORE

o:: K months I The btlde! wore an dross II.l'nemJlnf'"
TTO UBIN' aqua Claudine Keith Jean Arnold AVE. .. .
!. ''wlih ItiiimN! In .h bank'
white accessories and a Helen McCullough, Jean ( ) it! tI tI tI t

'" REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER MB. .\:\Dm!<. lumrtLCMEKTU \ corsage( of gardenias. Mra. Mery Brcwn Zola Mae Blakcslee an/I'\ 'I 1 1-: -" \L--!'. : )H,

\ .\T DIVNFB I Jeanne Clements -- .
Si-fly acting matron or hon- -
a* I -- -- -
Next Door To Stuart New
Mr and :Mrs Marvin! Rowel] i ---
I or, wore a fuschla dress with
I ;:\ITIn I!
'entertained at dinner Friday TFFVf.F GROl
v ilte and
-- accessories! a corsage!
STl'.\RT Cm(' ( [Snit I
night lit their home 1118 Osceola of white carnations j LABOR
member the Teoi-Age DAY
128 of
Boulevard. Lucle Estates The bride was given In marriage -
Service & Repairson Ouest.1 included Mr and Mrs. bv Major Donald A FORtei Group met Saturday night at
'. Donald the Stuart Civic Center on Fliuler '
Capt. Willing served ,
Erwin F Johnwick Miss OlneEurlt \' Avenue Chaperones and the
as best man for the Ulde- \
and L B Eurlt committee Included '
I receiving
groom. Ushers were Lt. William \
your Dottle and Lt. E. A. Rogers Fol Mrs L. AshbY Arbopast Mrs. ,

H..do.; FJUII Electric Motor-. Han: Units and IICMC: mvtnMi lowing the ceremony a receptionwas Carl Roth. Mrs F1: Kramer DANCE
i'I IXIIIASTOWN held at the Randolph FlplclOIf'ers Miss Symoette. :Mis L. D11': J
all ,mall \p;>|>.liun< >"s Club I !ltre h. Mrs Karl Krueger: atni]) (
I, Mr. and! Mrs Rmsdi Wllij .md i t 11'
Miss Lorraine Metals On Sunday -
their! children Joanne. Jams The bride Is the daughter ol
I (.! 'dL t> A "I'KIAI r I.i I. Mr. and Mrs U. C Hobdy of San and Wednesday\ eveningMiss
and JIMT, on their boat took hi, McLain will teach dan, 1I1, '
Angeles<< Texas Lt. Sluoum Ii the' SponsorshipStuart
i 0I mother Mr: Edwin B, Wile, son of Mr. Everett E. and Mrs at. the Centei
Mr. and Mr, Fred Hall and
I Blanche F. Slocum. ------
daughter 8u an. Mr and Mrs. Alter a short wedding( trip Lt. Dr. and Mrs. A R Collett nut '

Herbert Oiinan and StraltuiiJ and Mis. Slocum will reside in family Dorothy :MiJose'ph \ i1 Jaycees
Hutto Radio and Co. duwn the South Furl
Appliance uiivxin
8an Antonio He Is a student of- and Florence Marie f front :Mmjantown -
Lurle river and StLK i
I' ot Hit/ S:
lliei in pilot tralninu at Randolph W. Va.. who have been])
i I 204 Otceola Ave Opposite Fire Dept, ', mil to Indlanto\\n listwink ; Fit-Id Texas I visiting her parents Mi nut :L
L. where t they were Jolnet1b '
I I Mils, Horace Atwood. on Flagler $ 8:30 P.M. to 12 P.M.Monday
\ :Mi' ...I1e11! : s :lai Siundus Illicit 'ritr:,vr mItNCIltD I :Avenue left Wednesday for e : ) .
; d-iulitii, Winkie ot tin '
and \T I mill'HOI'SEn their home Mrs. Atwood amgiBiiddBURhtei
L Waterfront Si 'nun.it' Inn ants 'noypd; .1 i iji ,t' ouch/ Trent Club hail : are 1 I"aving'! b.;

Properties ] | -nn' lunch luncheon list t Thursday at the train Thursday for Morgi.ntoon: Sept. 2

: itJiilioiiftf: and played bililge .
{ A v! e t... l.wa: :: ,>' s: L. : ", t lint bf, doand Mil. ,IMI MUS ...UIt. ,
In the afternoon the Stuart
o '..::1 f' .: .. IMIKTItT 1)1iri) ; I at I Mr, Karl Krueger has tike!
Chic Center
Fligler I I A\eiim
on .
Mr und :Mix Ooome. Spk' r 'PI'l'sent a position with the Sein'tlvtService

entertalnrd Mondav night al ( Mrs Were Edgar Mrs: Stanley Martin Klt'hllIIL MisH System .Board I'f'l1'vllll11'1 in :the STUART LOG CABIN
Green Building
dinner In their home in domer : M. Klelfeld, Mrs Paul Hoen-
Quests included Mr and Mi*. Lorraine McClaln who! s no\
shel. Mis T. J F Kennedy, Mrs
:Mi and Mrs with the' Citizens Bank on
Lee Row. Qporiie
Tracy Mat'tyn. Mrs. Earl Rleou
= Bands 01 Hobe Sound and Ml and Mrs W. Barnes Osceola Avenue
n RrvsR 21s L. High .. Music By"The
and IrL.: D Thompson ul worn prizes were awarded to
n lobe Sound I|I Mrs. T L Hausmann: ,n 3--
Mrs Murtvn' and Mrs HoenshelyIR' ,
----- -- -- I walls Point went to Veto Bear I:
for 'he we ktnl(I I 10
\\l: ) :Mills. POMCItOA Saturday
3 r S, M, WALL CO. I visit Ml and Mis Willron! Roecr'a Beachcombers'STRICTLY
J 1 ;, -Cun.ndo- ] (;1E r\ml\ DlNEllMr : : J I'
and Mii J. R.
t 'r '' James Kuitus. of Blnn! 'nglrrm
inK. +.at ,'. Eq'.H' entertained\ Eundav with a famil -

ItlarL nan NOR" P.I/!. ,,I l.lh, I I ''r"d-TKEFr, I %' dinner at their I; Home on St arrived Saturday. to spend, the I INFORMAL
\ Luclr Ctcscent Pieaent were her week end with .fCOIJr m. ul t this

.- mother. Mrs, L A Claris and home in Eldorado Hclchts I :
..-- others, Emerson L and EarlW *
Clark. Mi'* Lou HIM Fostei! new j Everybody Invited

BRINGWEARING YOUR County Simeivisoiln' has attended ,
n I
St' i\\ II ILL tCICBRtlFD/ the Tennessee State College ',
urn fiFTH IMRTIIDII In Murphysboto. 1111)0) !'Inr! )
H ;
Susan Hall. uaiiKlilei of Mri In Social Science and English ,,
t/ i ri I :Mrt red L. Hall celebrated also wuklng on her Master. dl'-I|i $1.20 Per Couple

I APPARELto hrr. fifth birthday anniversary } tree at the George Peabj: iiI! i

*>'in Iny nfternoon, by enteitilnI I I Jell!. on elementary: educntion

\ Ina! few' of her friends at her Mrs Pouter prior to th'sear! ',l

: home on Osceola Avenue Game taught in Polk County for .three "

0 THIS MODERN were played and the high light \eais She fills theai ;mcs
n /f t the afternoon was a new slide canned by the resignation 1)1 l lMiss I
: Mildred R Cropsej She
DRY CLEANING board. Nancy King won nr) >'
nl .: yz prize for pinning the tall on 'h"dcmkej will have chaive of the sup"" .
PLANT Favors for all the children \islon of white and colored 'hcl: you, ) j<.flry7, ffJJ.tH)

were fished from a t'lshln'I schools in this county FrtnsJttly
poof A large birthday cake 25 to Aug 15 she attendedthe !

lighted with five candles \va< supervisors conference. 111
QUICK SERVICE served with Ice cream on theterrace. Tallahassee Mrs. Foster In N .

: PLUS ECONOMY Ouosts were Phyllis. arrived and will reside with :Mss ". SINCLAIR PRODUCES Cl

Mary Ann and Blanche Pence WILLS IF PLACED IND U'.*

1. .,...;,:, of: Impr \ ,(! oJd :. : '. .r! PrjpetlesACREU.E Mary Fuller and William Lyon "I I LOST 32 LBS.! "- J DEll END WOULD REACH T:
Throueis. :I.: '..: I :, ': Nancy and<< Kay King. Joy and WIA, sin 14 AO, IN' f THE CENTER OF TilE 1AF'a
Jim \\lley. Jackie Coleman, (1",1"11.1 ;1! ,h"Jt.oI.I"1,,, !, r -
i Al Its tl'.1. :
fU (
ffES k
GEORGE KEITH Terry Reardon Jo-Marie: Ash- :;mF:,;t:nJ.'L'r.lu".r: :: 1"n \on \ -
SfHallPuml. 'I, hn.o'la.e, : :; l'urLIrt i SINCLAIR RANKS A":,!
.tn'er.lo.ltl..r '
Properties Il'Richards Sands, Carole : .t, e I,.,W" ,nY ',VI I he t l nnnn .
end Martin County Jackson" 1",1", ," ra".urrtn"na, ,, THE LARGEST PMVKRl
t Virginia Cai- ." \\.y "I 8.1(., Jlroo',, tK
Jupiter Islandceasetsound' relates Sites ole Ann Smith, T IerS'' I I If" ",,,14r Inoue'" Y L 1?,I.. j'pl. OF CRUDE OIL.

Sully Ann and Joe Backus. Par. e
Dry CleanersPhone 'In rLuk.ltnuaonduuud.., ,, ,, In',. at
In"I".II""? In-Ilya nI. ..
B. ARBOGAST ints Included Mrs Phil
C. present : .,,. lI...IsLunda i Ira..iR.
p11' : : ".
190 Pence Mrs. Herbert Oar<1nel'. | 1 S'1t 111umin reaxet.;Lsdy 1'Ih :,
fCn.II.&le.n. : EfU nOST PRolLKTIFS Insurance :\11',. Paul Hoenshel. Mrs. Joe' .u.lnA 1'luI&. t "'"

Hickns. :Mrs Ed Sands and her .
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...- -.D I-14 :and;i,indmotliri l aunt ) and Mis uncle.E. B.Mr\\'sod> I :'\.:: ,,/ :f/i/ ;');:;: ;: :::f: f:;{

MiHubert Dugan and herprrrnts : ,, ..: .
West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN l ,! Mi and Mrs Hall hti
I. : Stuart Drug Co,-Phone 11
I Tear Out This Ad At A
t IKINOItll:
os intTiiit\; \\M\tus\Rr" .
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THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE I.tVIJand Mrs J. L. Coleman !!!IIIsill1IIIIIIIHR! !! 1111111111I1111111I11

-- ul l St Lucle Estates, honored!

DELK HAWTHORNE i hni" daughter, Sunny on her) UNKLE: HANK I :.SEZ. / Af; ?ii

Jt\\tLKV SHOP ROOFING CO, nll1"1 teenth birthday anniveri :
I .
\\ATCH/ KEPAIRIM.UJ ; I. i Aug. 27 w Ith a beach party TO BE SUCCESSFUL WE.I I '

sports were enjoyed followed -
:rSIZ: CLE.fATISt rorvne 1'AOVAN1"A6i'
f t _,.1 '''.1 Vt. by nrlllcd hamburgers 11J.JT

watermelon and beautiful birthday ,

: cake. Present\ in addition t t :

DATURA her parents and grandmother
1----SOB'g- 1
Locksmith & Bicycle :\frs\ F R Horton, were hei

Serviceill I cousins Jack and Tommy Riled of I'I'r r ',. s I 'Y rIX ;

,' fort pierce and Fritz Oaretwiof illy, '
J : r St Phone 78W) llalura: : 'SL. Nest Pain I I W f I >
I Pittsburgh Pa.. her sisters I I
t W> repair Anything &'al"ll. Phone W. P B CTSfl) I :MIIV Miss and Jackie Coleman. and r I't.. I p!

I Lorraine McPherson
n '
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r /' 11 Y L r""ael TOUR 51NCG1lR DEALEI:ftr rr

/.;;:: .- omRS MORE
4 u_.....;.... PCWfMQAoZ;
I' 1'h.re' never a minute wasted at j' WOULD COVER THE WKOllMATt AREA OF A CITY OF lHA/IOO'




I J THAT WE IT THOROUGHLY. COME OVER AND TRY US, I other of our many fcenrioeti. _
Whether you be laboring man or I. f or

I society woman we serve BETTER SERVICE
WILEY MOTOR COMPANYNorth E1ER10NE THE SAMEcHiisroraeit I z.;.:...; i>v ,... ..:-.: .. __. .

Dixie Highway r WMT If I' ]B. D.


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lu'rt;' 'CWASSF1D NOTICES I Smokey Says SIGNPOSTS! OF THE NEV. ERA pee data. on 100 of fish h ''h. . "" .." ,.. H.. '.. ,
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!'i... :" ._( HEY FOLk -THIS IS Van: of world records. infonna"Usjr ... .", ,,,.. ..... ". H.., I. amiw 01 .h.. I'I'' ..
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BROS. ) 1' Tu.l .-rvl.-. under .hirh we orurrlnir not sb091" .I .
AG00LwAY'roP. concerning th waters and .... nCaP.dahn.l.tI.r? H'.r.Ihsil .hl ,.IIr.as.. I I." ,. .'.h1, ,., p pC
RESTURANT ELIM'NATE' GOOD .'H..I I il.l .. so'S' .1"'.ll-' .".l' .h..4.- t.
tjl t -I. 'rM- rartlrs in > S a"'
Now Open at 6:00 A. M. [, t CAMPING SPOT' futunj frtxuMfai of Martin county '. ...,,i. .. ,rr .- fll.... : 5.: a 515t":T ;"., ,...." ..i I
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: ( ( ." ,'
r M H'IWIKKliar .01.
'" and ntmivraai other details. I .
( 'fl [ Serving e' '(IrL: <. H..I.I. .., 'P,' tl." ltI
(? ;: Th ubent otter rMIIHV H IIHIIWN.LBCAL I ,., ,", 'bi ..0 f''til '
BREAKFAST of Cot Kraft : ;: a' :
Si".,. 1..01.1.. ,aIl ;: :,: ., ;... :.:.osi. .1 .
REGULAR LUNCHEONAnd : '- !leaves DO ecewM for any ftaher-i A-,, I I'. .1:1: 29. $rIl, 7. ,. .1' ,. ".. ..' .' .. ..,
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( :man tn math Fttrttta to lit wUhxit AoVXirriMtMENTMTATr : I 11.1.I I... ..' fOr-, "..,"I.": .f'I.," '. tl5S6I .

ALACARTENorth .i' 1" ,- "S" uu laoost complete 'book oF.onda '.. I, J K. I" .41.5515). 'h.'O '.11.:5

11111 II II II I II uuPp': 1111I1 of BridgeOn I Y ..... Osbiac facts IN TOS COURT Of' TI'I&' COUIII", 'I (.f tM 1.-tb:': 5-a... S I... ) ".
e AIL 'A"TIN COUNty. .'A'I i iOf" ,ClRIIIT COI'RTAftUHKWK ..t SI..
FOR RENT Highway No. 1 ;; ; FLoRIDA ,, ""A'ITII...,
TENTS! \ ". I'I I I 7-1 I: Wsvs (tortee oar recent tour "0 l'I'7: : llfI i o.t..d. rh.nilnAtt
UIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I ul'H; j I I SHHUHI'KIt: : ,.:... aiMKini. ..rnoy. <".55' 5'I:I s.t-
':: I JF,1 : Mirttn: tvutiy that we ena .. I ,Xeraeer. I k. Sikror.l, I I .. IS. *1. if

E I FLOOR ENDING : REA \ -* visit to fenaen. where, .,I- ..nl. I lurl K. lIh.... ,. iNOTKK ..* ._ _
P O BOX 10SZ CECIL DONALDSON., ; t. r. -'t osjuj of the roost! profits'wn TO CfcUMTORS _ !! ,. .

,r; \ "; All: .'HIIt..... "f Ikr tula', ..r <'. h 1.: SALE
( --- -- 1 taeB in the state. H* .. ... ... .!. NOTICE OF
:' !II'Iso.. il.: kn "'n I I :ir i hi .
I ,: .r ., .of, J -- . ,11 ,MI a l !.r '
,. f"al
o..tf .5 .1:1'A' .
I .1. ar bo'lp : .
> ..t :v: ,"- RcfsU Poociaxna .. ,t.t.l,. I. iT.I l I-I>,' H.n,,. <.I. Oh'S' '
vs eoun. "i ., Ci, ...n> li.ir. 'O r <.h mnn.i.Ah ': '. '
1 Li1iTUN11t Expert Workmen i! !-C f'oMfVT'' : '' """ before; It'i.i. _, all within itself .. I h 'ru Inst' ka'J...,.: -i.i.l. 1'h. h-u., .'",a..rh.J,00, "' '
i rUiaf .1 i 't
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I < I i ,1fi.' r Ike 'u" -) J".I. .f : : ; :
I To d"ol'd..r: in :o pr>tl 'with several streets of "M.,rt,", I ,.it). n..I.I) : :.. ui: h- ,"..i" 'S lk.t5'si.,3.i! I Ii .
Recondition Your nt-rHi, SS11'' ., h. at, <:.".,t. M'.-..lu.i olihln: link 1.1., .1 ly |.n.llniI. I- ,'. ; .
Md I. : hoossrs. all furnish I ..... ..0. I
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r ., r.lar .,.,oihf,,,n, .. .Iu"| ". f 'Iki I .. d
S ,, ,. ,h I", .."In" ..( ,hi5'ii.' .. Ka; .h It. n. RI..''. ..,o '
VENETIAN !last: detail and orerlookh .7.t1r1 .
BLINDS ry I,,, .. slifR -I" .
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.Iom, .. ..1. ....... m ," I.. ." MU", .
wtve reftttoe of tb.ful o's ., .,. .h.. ,.1..... ..f ....w.",, ..Pr.,,.lh. .' ,
I We ... ... ,,.. ... ...' .. ".1 '.
-,7t :1.1 .I .h. 'I.m"n .
Re-Tape Re-Cord
j and ;MORE o' .. ,
ABOtTUJOARDOK'S TilE SMOKE of battle bat cleared x St Loci river Ad- d. N I. "
I in the pid; ft-ar Me..4 that n ' .rh .
corRT Repair all/ types of of American industrr o'l .rig u one of the prettiest h : .o'r kl: alt.. I"-l :." It will:: IN-: I I 1"'&. 01" ,",. ''h, '
I -nor !the atmnx kveaik. las lUlU .. m. .. ". ." .05. ,,. .....1 .' a
Venetian Blind factories (rljlid are pourinr forth thfir cwtstBlan tat taartwt .. xd Kbooi w* have ever 'IIKIENA"RGAIH<<. .t ,'ootl 0.-u-.' .I.... .' 15.(. '. .
s .
'RT'IESTScr. rfwa ,
ir the *, [,....",trt, .., tkr K:...b-.fl Khr I. I,..rbdr., <' 5". 'I' "' .
Air : productivity of American genius U VaniJertii Irwaai Uhrusci -n. with a Well-landscaped ... ,!. ..1... knuvti .. I'",ird ".,,.... I .4)) ..1 "',.lso''old .

1 cr..:.:.' .BUt Continued! from pap One) of war to the mart of peace. And oat rrr the elitLaaat uwe>>,al ',72mpm. 11 i _i iniii One shade 'I.l.r, l. t !to h.,. .1": mil. ,I I: .i" 5:. '" ...,:usio. '.5 II.: !'" 4i.l '.

:. k..tlr. ,,' MAHER'S I atoll of Bikini the atomic loud lefts bat nvr*. as ..<. a |..- r'u and Oo iy-&epc lawns :- HAH hririlrMil : i, UTTMS' i.u. '0'" ,. : .

1f VENETIAN BLIND land In the big i estivation probably I 'Ise ofcKilization's[ physical rcront.trutwei as a tkrt-al .4 iiI.tt stucft. slope: down to the river ",.,.. "".)' ."., E....."...,"''". I" ,..... I.I'l,' Kaat l srI.ul>I. ..4' -. ,I. I 1-I..' h.- ,

f .kl. ,:I, would not be \used either for : lulur annihilation. (011.: & s.., ,s aunt It u a setting ot idemlis- -. r. I.o. .
aU Is I. ,"" '
W T FACET FACTORY park or sanatoiium purposes Ii tic bsfany and reveal much ot ttCAL r' I .nd I .. I..I, 0 '." .5l .fy
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1'\2' Vero Beach Fla. ', It Is acquired by the state Someof the m of lbs people of Martin NOTICE' or AP'LIcAtiO'O_ | I 0.t. ".. H. I'.. IlK5'S7.

'I I It could be traded to private :. REPORT REFLECTS PUBLIC OPINION: _:y for the pastoral life '.1:111: (A 1IS CRAINACl' RESEllS': (\rpout. \. .... ,", M.;" Ch._".

I Write Maher's, Vero Beach owners of beachfront across the -To those who have never .., ,"t..1 ,. .hr I .iC I. I ""
SUMMER: I RATES (Titusville Star-Adiocale) .'...' :1",1. .", III."" : r.o.) Fl.-. ,
highway from the camp prop- 1ted this section it would be ,, LtCA&A6VCRTISEMENTMITIO.

I or : The r bard to believe that tn this closeaproacn -. :':", : ::0 o,,. 1. ..t AnTo ...:".n ,I
elty.In. public hoe vaitfdfm1 month for the I.
r* ? .
."ff Apartments por : n.h",: o .'h II.,"." 1' O
, I addition flf: Ralph II. J..wt'll"xamintor/ for th lo1"-t. C to the Atlantic ocean. tOTI : nrJ.I'
!15 Rooms Phone Vero Beach 2170 i the State is seek : ? eegee ..' 1 .' .. .:: :

) log military areas for park land" ; ('ommlssion, corcerninjf the hearing held la*!' X 0h'Bb' '. tthtn I" .mats of rVQarni. there '..., ." l.I'5.1:... .f.. undvi... t i iI ,.I. ..' V
BathsComfortable For I II II hill views ",7 T.. n.hn, 'li" -.".ill. halite {.." ,. L. .., I-l.,, ASIcI
i" Without in three other areas near Panama : on Ituturt' dilllol'litiun. | of the ',acnkru,.' Fksrida East ('o..e.. : ire racing and superb t. '. 1". I..f IPII. .1)1) rOitt. ,Oh .* ',,'

I City and at Pensacola. and nllihnl! ('(Imlsan-c.| Tw rvn\z\mnr\ rxturh control l lf I i with constant ooUng: bwtzes It ., "XRTIN <..'.t'X'rY.FLOK.I' I":11,. CI.ut, Lnr. .In .f". 0. '.\ '-,.
..JIlnd I on Anastasia Island near St. Hie:: roHd. the Dupant inter Mif Florida. tvpretstaterj by L is- a garadtse. and a retreat un- 11'1.1.. "m.. ''" r".n'. ) .1.1.." ...I .Ih. ,. '1 .'

A ;, ," '. II the 8t. Joe es'eLled for those who love the .. ...,:5 0.000 ''hn .h.. f..... .....1.11'.1. ....
On the- River I Augustine At Pensacola the Paper Company and the Atlantic Court Lin ,.,,,. r.." .1. ,. ., .I".",.. t. IIA: H I "I "I' -1":"

---- naval live oak reservation Is RaIlroad which sought to add the F. E. C. ileayw to Its outdoor life I' .. "," I Ssl..r," ;s.1 ,h.. 'lo,. 1.NI.r h., h "' '. .5
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HOTEL - --- :" OS .n..1 <
.CTORV CHURCHDIRECTORY sought an area set aside a alrc-H l.\' extensiveholdintr. in thi and other JI08Ih.ra"tuh' LC&Aa, AmiHTIJtMtNT:' I... u ci:.... 'hi-I.I ..ndlhalih. .' ,. : 11" ... 51* "
,. ,, ; : :
-?. : 1.1,1.: hisolC.'t I .4 b> the
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Phone 9155 tf tury ago to assure the '.II.C I UiTsUsJTiON Til '55,01575r"w'TT'YIOCS ., nan:...n ..f .505 lralnsm. dutrlrt' ,,.I : F. KT tAUVBUK .
sturdy timbers for sailing ctn'l Mr. Jewell/ recommended, that control of the road boturned i NAJttwt .0 ":I. tI I loOtsa0a, ..I" f.. lh. I..., I r : >T XAI"NMIlJ : -
1 \ ). E b< BEBEIY rt\t-N ikaCee I.... .f Mn' Ik, M*.,., if .rit.i : ,.na,. Boa, h. ii-.l, lam
sels t over to the DuPont 3nterefl! finfhe'r' rent of S.. .td....5054, o.4a,0 Ospi'... .s,.... ...' ,." ,.0 ..1 sh I". .".1 I m.'ll':". A... '. l. 2"'
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. ...NIllllll.IdIliIllli1lllllilIlillFOR If the the fil..t and refunding: mor.vra.re: bonds; being alrvauljr in FI..n.l. ,. ''h. "1' ..." 'h. ". .
areas are obtained the -- -- -- ----- -- --
SALEUMIIimillllllHIIIIIIIMHIIIIII FIRST BAPTIST State will have tht hand) of the St. Joe Paper ("0. The examiner reported LEGAL NOTICE
parks in
alII Ak.on An." -
,f I! nr.vJill.: :.t ,X\\ I.LI.: J'.t.r recent months to the 11 In its that a mauirity of residentK. Chipper.' and romaunta> in "OT1eE or tt.rertooI I'In. & 5i? Tens's. AnsolHea Tit .f M ttte|.a-.
Sunday ; the urea are in favor of independent operation| *.f the. road ,I WZ.h*. n. Le.ahbR. .r 1543. ,.., .. rId IS ,f At : VIII 01 tOo 1.1,,0 ,. t.11. fo. HIM tax
I'' I i m.. Sunday School. system. Recent acquisition 350at 5i.. e.1Iea .. 1055. ef 0:. ''e ., of 14R 5hil. 01 S odd.AJorn4 timo, thereafter c-nait I.". epp Uyrrgithe
: H 101S: .. m. M"..'.. ..orship.Wednesday were 218( acres at DeSoto Beach I under, the DuPont The I't'I'0rt] was based ..n remit of 514t. as ......., CS pain a Josal 5.o'ktino. .u O.n'1 I EnUos: o. N. po,en, funclon. dm let and eomipencatloa
I'h..., .1 0:30 p. N. II. :I' II. heuiiiijrheld both prpoise SNdNuNB SI U.. venber. .,d Amendment .. Provide Of Collector deslg-i
7:30:; p.: rn:. P.oA: ,. Wo..hl, on Cape Canaveral and 615 acres in Waxhiiijrton and West Pam: Beach r.tunoei e. (... State el riorlda. spA f the Re-Numberm' of S.Uo. nated In paragrsp? I ol thIs Boctlora IS.1
A"""WWy5tI10IfldIRthWWhOWWh, I Ion in which testimony war taken for than montfc. a.. rn',. were urmtt .. b a eote of II .. 3 of Artlc.a VIII ol thi and shall Ik.wl. provide for tho eul1lection
...., I ..,,,... f",' ,h. ..... .., ,'hlh".n d..Ift.IhP Lake Griffin in Lake County. I more a liree-,.fuse ol all the eieraoers elected tution ol the S,ate of Florida as Adopted ... ". reporting and dafbunement
I ,. .." ...... Tht recommendation nifcde in Mr. !*-wrll'report ea..Jt keajeet that the votes a* saoiereofi. at tne General EM'o! la N..m... all taxra collecled t>/ wa<
The Park Service recently received I :.'SI.,. 14tims ..... ...- Opos I. aim to Amend Section 1 County .C.I1..tor.Rot'sW '
It 7:30: p. m MliNweek prayer ....1... 425 acres and buildings fill nl lics no irrent xurprine' tIt resident of Brevard Countr.hn -t _-" .. 14Um'a. NAS, the ,... A.. VIII of the Constitutionept
\ sans ana ther did <.'.,- the .r Flo"d.. and to Pr.ld. Ib.tIn
\ rtV
certain that
;'; FJRT'-BAPTIST valued at $27.000 at the t. Andrews were quite ths ueiirht of public r..' anil ettrect tut the mId Jo. '" ito C.." 01 Hlbborsosn. Stats 0'F'otd. 10f" ITO. {
; 10.1..... mInt would prove o\erwhelnnnjrly in favor of ir.d.-.nd..m : r._ .''u-;.... .. suBmitted to .... elecenar ', .. Cont, Tu A..rsp. .0h1 A frOLrnO ..10.sAn.ndsoot
...I... Bay radar station I .. to.. scare at *. Oeneral Elect. .a .1 County. for I. .5 5. Coshltl
KUlFR; C II. MAKER P..to.lo..d. owncivhip and ....mheF 1 I. Pop, te .. r5x\ !
.' operation. As far as thin county i;* c.)1'- laId..trow I ; : :" 00 of th : 01 FlorIda, Oy
.- "Camp Murphy." according to I T'lnaJ'ORL 1 .. A CItAT. .ht:1ar I 4 SI.sp.L.: :0 t5. Co ::015St Adding Thereto An Add. old ScUps taProid .
.j .::1,," l':u, .. m. Sunday Rchorl.II ceincd. it OARs difficult to find any rubMantial support for .....ro..... el Stale or tke Sta-a 01 r.or.u.. H..l.bro... the C.'y of Plant for the Appossn'rsl bCon.. .
". *. o. ::00 a. i. Murnlnr' woreklp.' L O. Scoggln State Park Director thi Atlantic Coant Line's ea aersOT. ..... notice txut accsmju. 'I' C Fo.d.: which Sna.I be Exempt current He'o:uMon of th* Vcnat mlHoui
T ntl. ,.. Vimu meetlnfj. proposition and while yatverai ,, .
: m : pvnlilits (Eixcrto: C P.onl.as.a "I 01:": A'n.nA'oo 0' Rcprt-'e-'at' of Dirc1or
.''l, lid t. m r.t.iini'. S.rvlriVWdnesdjy .. is "unusually desirable'for iiuli\iduali and delegtttoiirfrom this .Ut ... n.sa 'les each eoU1l17 lB r.cd. 0"..1._ mled br tne S'j e. County., of the Budfiet and to Aor..ze the Ltg..
,...'. : :. State Park because it U the county appeared at 1'at. Tuesata next ..sosodu'" the fro, :r'r. School Board, School Districts I Ito,. I 0 Ptrrlba 5,5 Po,. soil
......1..1.I. 7:00: n, m. Mid-work prayer meeting. a the \West Palm Ceach hearing endoi-Kinf the DuPont plan. I VeiMe* in _.", b.r. A. U IMo. tne spec.al Tax .'hol D. "hIdlest land alone the lowerEast I ta.* Tueiiojiy nsr tke of the Cssy: Except U..
I. ,' ,,101 THE CHLRCH i OP COD I none that we knew of made any public *talem.in for the t nrra Dr or SOVTMBIHL I I C "i P'ant City. 'or da. in,7 IT REafOaLXtD BY TIRE LEOiYtA.:
.I Prnl 11..11 Coast. Skirting the Miami- alteinathc ReKolutioiut t,. Bi raOdearon or rejertwe of f>e \ RESOIA ED:BY THE LEGIST.A.Tl i TVRE OP THE BPATE OF FLORID,
." ...n 5. M, Will,... P.'t.r I Jacksonville 'I plan. were prevented by many r sw.t J: Iteseiutiors rooo.ir Arrendeienes Tnt OF FLORIDA: That 15. flo- ,sg A"todn.it .Ar.'
",.'. ('S:,rh, *. h....I ,lu A. M. highway. It Is close chic bodies along the route served by the F. C. ("_ and te N e Casucrtuooss .. ibe Sute : the follow m( Amendment. o Ii,.,. XVI 01 Ohs ConCt.ol: s'S St..
I ,, ...elork. enough to West Palm Beach to I II .SFarlas ., of Vie Cora::tuuon Florida. by .dJ.n th."o 5. ..
MoI" Vhiu.: II I I : \'rl : o
emploxee 01 the roua wt'rt.trtuaIlF unanimou i in their t. "darns II e to tho : .. .rstIOfl ..b b ss.ns. lottlos 14a.
$ Nuht'
only I within of I I and Collection. of all taxes nd
be reach metropolitan ment tho same hereby agrees to ondI
I 1,14.' ., ::0.10'1'; ,i : r: 7:30: many .. Uppoit' P ot sho DuPont iffer. The, feared, lr.1'airme-nt .,>. I I Irf''!Y 10'n'' Isziotri-m'n 'fO. tI3 Ciunty of Hlllsboro 'en S:ate of Flord.. .h..,I be iiibmired, t the .,elector tbowho .
residents : llnii- F JQOT fOOLLTIOt: : rYoposirf. ans br Re-Numberlna: Seion II as .. 0' FIorda ...Uon o
t'l1i"rit .a'
.. a. .r.
10..EPit iiifht and, ieirfa1' .-f all imisortnth.i.. .d.p'o
ST. CATHOLIC .. ... .
H.** M.L SIZES AflMfrtsaamt to ate CknitltuUun the at "' O Electicn: af 1WI on.Itho 5.r.ro I "'.on fop _
79 UrvrUnd Avenue The Army put about $7,000,000 and ol fili-s to XViIminirton., X. C. 1 I stwre t* riorleUa. to ... known aa ""'u.: make It read Section: 11 of All.: VI ..,".'.'W. to b.ld t. Tsar a.
REV T. J. .rAKi'. faatiifSib.ilulel II XX. Snetmna > and J. Thereof. 1.ioog' of the Conititut of the "
Or- Mt .., 0.p, ":",...d.. 0. ..iI, ,, II Into Improvements on) the Camp .M <'.in\\ liilc. !ih' Floi'!da Ea.i r<,:..-,. alt| -.. jn artuaC: I to ae oaalldaron. Altai.: .n.nf or C.eautat id!. and bj A-rrndlnf Secon: 12 ., 505E7T'l 34. TO. .,I.I.tu.to.
.. reservation. I. I. fund I I at Cenam Cjunrr 0(11,.. and a.As.so Ai' cle VIII of the Con.','.jt, 'jn of the I..pro, dr fo' a D"'c: ,
w.. k II... IA a. m Murphy 111111 liI'llJslC'S'| is furni..hiii.r rommuiijiie.f: the. Ea-1 C.a.sh.il ; and C.Ibooa of 5.nc..oi Slot. of FIord: .. .dt'od ottO, C.,. shall D.ppo".J by areaolution oooro.us's
20-iNCII 1'sI: ldap ( oh m.'h, : lit ..m turstees recently stopped pro- \ h ,il)<'mlid! se'rvi'n'. and) !' [ Tanss ky Cmjntr m OCfleUIs. In Orange oral Election 0% November, of 1H4 so : the 5.-.tr.,d nouaiRepresentative es.
.p| is -nMai i \ im.r..vi.g- -n- ...... .. ,
Ma.Sos' :,:. r )! $.nd.,. Cotancy r. and Pnid,1 for Ref to make It read Section 1) of Arlcl. '. and l-al: b I.. C55o
TRITCK P and IIW..kIo.tI'l.. m. posed sale of a block of state-I' HiXM.)II i a' it fIleilili'Ii j i.- a-j! j'-ljjjiijn!; Ea--"...at b 1 erendum l 'i' (,.. tor Acceptance or Re1 yIn of tne COroltl'.ot' of the ...nt with, other pr.. on. ,I c
TIRES ., I je tja e !... or Laws Enacted aj F:or..... o d.t,.ide the City of Plantsame .U..ton. P..5. n' oorta,4 d.
m. owned tax delinquent land In tlic in-litnti, 1' ''II.Miami. Lesu-:. < B. and for hi. tist.ins 554 .._'
<'..nf...,.. "a'' ..oIti, I lu t |I'. rn7I'S nd cue e tOe :state of florid C"y" lisp s.'d As.sio.nt: h. ojua
Alto I ,., n-Os" .. '" middle of the reservation and I .[ ao !".._ .las said rraposed AmendT .la hereby .,... to and shall b 01 ,Ul0.' 155 I.n"h' of shall .iwholly
to tie E:.Otfth. II'' within fe dl.cr.'ion 005I.
SEAr COVERSfOR M.... .' J ."1.tI.::i r Island, (luk 7 and negotiations are being conducted -- -- --- ---- ---- ( !HHOCVTO: BT THT LECISLA- abmlUo for Ratification or R'.on' I.!.l.sn S .h.1:: not b. limited, by. KM..

10 a. ... ,I fl'NZ or TWC STATE Or fLORIDA at the General Elect, to be o lion '. ol tbo Coattitutkus.,
YOUR CAR SERVICES for state acquisition of a narrow I Tluc doG Cow...." amendment to Die the fir.t Tuesday alter the fmt Uond.jr
I SUMMER gCHEUULE OF News Columnist Cesuctucoit of F.orida.: ea be known asnd la !5.'rinb.r. 1M4.
>>r. MARYk. STUART strip of ocean frontage across the .Visits Ar-c. E1. s..:,,_ I 2. .11....,. SECTION U. 1. From ...d after Janu. O 0St'Rn-rITCTN
tti rUlER MOTOR 7:1.: <.M, H-.I. ...mmjiiimiA from the soI.1. to doG .,..olISa:.,,. .bo.ah... err I. 194*. the Count Tax Assessor olHilUborouflt HOrSE "II ITIOV: SO. tt
0'S''" .M. S h."r.h <..h..1 highway Army camp. ..0* insoSog of .sot..n. C.oti sffboos. ) Con. shotS assess all A HCSOLLT1ON .
CO. j jDELIERV 11 110 AM Moriiinil':, ,-11''r, and 8e.. I sins IInr _.... u..u ..lloreto'n .f rn". property for ej State. C,,,,,,. 8rhOI .JOIS ol Seclun 30. P"-: '
said the senlc .
m..n. F":.' ""nd., ,. In .Mo," Scoggln park County and Notes Progress "Nail N05. "55 Co.ty too .000irn.. IaN and uftl.po, .Taxes to be 1..0 of tho .Constitution, ol'the State of Fltsr
.H..v. ,', """",,,..,, hopes to acquire from privateowners I ( -,,.. CIJtnt7. F.ild0sad. ooodIgas : U. Ida RrTat'ng! to Approprutlonat
sotintm ......... 14. arsoSt05o. County. Coonty o.rotb"B' Sohool BE IT RES01.\ED BY THE LCOUt-A.
IPISCOFAL SERVICES !I and Escambla county extra 05 ....... Id oi lain a. 1005a. ......0<1 Du..e.: : Spec.1 : .. and TUnE Of THE OP FLORID,
a'H.I ... .. !TAT
L..Labor. .4 F7or'4 p.on.d.d .. I Plant
''' 520 N.H Thrd S'r"IOils' land around the old live oak ( aillon M .ntavr>*' chief' of ih- ] ..... ..OP.h'l. 1, That the '010" n. lmtt of <.
lit. Ma.y'. I II < lI..n] v ,! ..!-,". ., >f oo ttlAraltTa tn t.u.otd .,. F!orida. which C ty exempt 30. t the Constitution .

'f YI'NTON. 0 A.. 114tor forest so that the new park will 'hi' Miami III' ill' N>.w wh.. \\nu-> a a.. i\' ,1 :.rhr POOtll'i of the S ate of For da for adopmun from the provisions, el 6... the.State. of Fiord relating! to appropriation .
; 11. 0. i ,;,.,; ;;: I 740 a. m.. Holy Communion.; ). have fronts on Pensacola bay. I XtM\x on thf hd])|>i'niinri. of Si.mh F;'.nua. \ :-.r-t! ThtMuait ...?too to a. ]M. .. tltuich hchonl "" enact I.w. ipecilymc
..10.. Ph'lo, 0:5.S a m :] time therrarer! : '0' (fu4' "on o. reJrottos, ota _
C : ...Ie.honU'rr. I 11100 1 a. m -.-First. Kesuntl; and. F."rth Santa Rosa sound and the Gulf I : News tnfl last Thurdaaf.rrn ... Ioa4ay ut. MoltS. 0.rnoa, :4 II'Ivmm '. X'CSJrC'nO" tlon of the County Tax A..et or d..:. ... A. D. OhM
Scout and as ne is known. has -- - t.. .
of Mexico Girl Boy I Monty .
:union. L TS.L.c-oI.Thor. na'ed in Paragraph I of Sect:on 12, and sold "< 30. .:r III .
had ...t .........,..... 0. p.ot.Jo ky Uweucred Hfcew' e by I.. too the ,','u"on \on 15. B"'. of Florida shall Con be
l1OnUt: AlT SAINTS Scout camps already on the area I long a warm eling for this man 11 ho if. all jan suni UK!!! L sp ....> a* it at ts rega.jr seseut .tns.1 on 10.10'. ".ot Roll ol the .".no.d sod .oood.d
Vtaveland would not be disturbed. he saId. partlculai ction: of the east .. iss A. LX laH7. or at any Co. Tax Assessor ol all taxee le\ied, 10,10' &o...
In Novemb I pfronalm TbulS: Cot B B -._ seaaion .....,'... for 11>. con _, the State. County SchoolBoard. K iIIOM 33. lass ,sst.r5! 19.prop.OI0.sfurth.4I..P. .
I Servicea will be relumed but would be supplemented coast.. He demonstrated this by Kraft. of the chare saIdasNi. adoiIahiriaT. .. ........ of any ICh" Co"nl.. b Special Tax : 01.pubSa
CHURCH I IR. I I maxue.T C'S...?, O0.. .5 0...... Cooooy roo.p : DI.tPts' U ,.lp.I't"' lo- ,11.f: '. .nd ...."' .nd .11 ,
FERTILIZERSINSECTICIDES I FIRST METHODIST The Anasatia Island tract bringing his co-worker Herb'rt of comioprre The tatoa-: :undertook I p __ "' ... Is 000nU.0 eros Sh. .In the Count. ol Hill.borough ol the Sta.r. 'h.
... W. Go AlddR.1.: P514l0al t a. .-... .0 0,0 A.'to'a 1540'. of ad _.ate of For: 'da. wi'lt, the exception of : : : : : :
sought by the state fronts on) the I Kelly. news editor of the Miami his rtspuu&ant ISYl'ar..eo I .rnb : Nd. tN .ro_. 0.. tho _...... the. City ol Plant City. ohiO .. hereby apItoeflaOl,, bo an Incident, ol ..r.
..ai.4:"n.ln: I:,, ,'h..I.III St. Augustine dally here for a part of his va and eailealon. of nui, ,,,,"P.' .nn .nd exempt from tho provisions of bill' au ll atato appropriations:
near .1 :
ocean .
I 1 :41 ..m I'"hl: :,,,' w.lo.... .. I aDd maoav<>d threharcber r __, or ."' .. or ........ Ity Coot. propriations, for county east.I
0 p m. Ilapi.y S;..'":"',. H..'.,. beach. I cation. In Keii) cibiu:; runabout of ceaanfrrt vtUww as ..m.rnIs ,4 C,,?, M. ". not Aed.nt SECTION U. I. 14' .o4 sf'.. l.nn. ,".. citir. or h pr-1. ..ohol.. _

'PRESBYTERIA.M'' -- Dog House, they plied the : any iratar.cfta.nl for the art; ,t __=- ..s.tse* any" Coift ...a..!? aIW0..,00oLAOLON.11..1' Pr N,, .r. I.Coorsy u.. to 14bsbroosh Tot CoUa.o, ofP'otI In'' .irnt f tho Improi State,. .pirapnatlont" and ,"lo' ...
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.1110 .. ._ .
I' .. -
C. and sonsoto.
aorbe 90+ ..
c. .. In the Woman Club The beginning of the ball wafrway.s in this section two 'd.U..lICot.rts'ItOorI! I.v.o I In .late In..lon. pro'lde for .lava
10_ .. tAKRIrL. FaatoUuilnir Jfirs Bit adsQUiKtrcttT- ._ *t eft. earffiMf dsingflOO0 "'e."nI .... CrnoOy b. los Sale., Coonly. .. ., IMS Ir.I..u, priorlecislaturra
..... PR riHRLM A. .... be traced I r* an "In', I I"" .. unvaUamnih bearing Industry can Returning to his editorial desk success and the beneficial tittn I a..e..NOd.1040. 0p.snu: sod 5.it0.I I pn.lon..
bo Included!
: 1I".ly" ""..... ,II .", 'h. according to SKF1 Industries Monty expressed without I'C"MIvatlon of the organiMtion Uiniea ltoci NIP ISN .. mct* JH L'LMER II m ..-rS-o ,,, Mun.lu: ..... sod .'l'iova.. of mun:c.p.I s.o.ssos FI..do. o. soS
MOTORCO. Plant! .o.1Wylfins
I": 0 n. 1,":,1,1... ..h.,1.. : ..,vh'," Inc. to an unsung cave man his high regard for Mar- all of lb.rtmIJ' is I MI>T I- .rn-i .vr tithci* '"* them, byuun the th City. prtoli.ons of tIy. ,. Am.ndm.n"I thai bo for no.uppl.m.longer t.n C.....

BIBLE UNION) CONCREGATIONAL' who made a crude ffort to overcome tin county and some of the )people more than > -U Tidem. SrnstNS-r tM..
'f.IIInllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Palm friction by fashioning n he has witnessed throughthe Famed +u. urxa. C....Mui .tsWets.. .wid. or.. SON- ..r thereafter, laws ..f.'n.' the 0 .h. p,: .on. _. '
REV HARRIIllN I. r-A'tKARD. Psatuf now as junsx** the I ... to .." ..r'.a. "n..1I ,,, .-', .>. dts, shall expue .of July 1557.3Ot'SPI .

::1\ a. m. Sun"lay rUhooL! drill from a stag's antler. y-ears. An outsider's sleapoint fore-toast of ron fifdiinzin areas 1 I oON'in05.. ... 5,4r..= u-: ..:: Uon 5fCorn''r T.o C1'orlor." drshRostolIn rmon. I
LOST & II 00, Morning Worship, I I of a.os!,, 13. .nd ma1bk. o
: ---- -- ,
FOUND -- is of tfn boost 5.ldorN rn.1d.Ot 000st0TSII ,1 Soy P..pt
a healthy thentire cute Macosntydid :' Oor isa : .r.. llEbOtt'TION NO. 370
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'' I I _"e" III. .01.1.t: JOf"
"luiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiDitiiiiiiinr' PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY) I for local morale. so read what i not reach that rUIxt throni I .. ...._ sO eny W'Sfl1 .,"'-.. .0 So.soBla's ,"sI.dy. ...ttOSO 4 d.b: ,, .t 01 A ) .. Proposing, anmcruimcnt
CHURCH QUOTESOF aol nel.... .. tho nl..1u'" .'1 to... e.t" II' I' C.u., r.a to Art cle V of the CMUUbv -
f' I.
,.n ,i5.ii .. Hobe Sound this Florida booster has to say I a' poll.-)' of ..valrhin and m-iM- .....,.... __ ...., .
REV. F. C YliLNO.' Pastor about home town : _. _,.'. w 01 ......... to tl<* .f* I IisttrF Add.Uona r.lon i Rclatinx. to the EI,.-
: your i ins Instead Cotocrri Kraft tued 01 ths CusO of _
1 10 a. m Sunday lI.h..l.II. THE'rVEEKTrie 505. *. *. M tnc first Tkt- 10 V. Rt
: ... ..m, M..rniuc. w..rshlp the a.., .Aw ttur first M-wniay" ta JmuaryC I IVetca 10N OIITION NO in i .d E..mbl. county \ .
Born the
I during the days of food old Amtnran ot .
doua I < any f- .....>-.'... suee.r4it.nc Wi. A JOS ROLUTO' PoP""' an Con., Solicitor of said County.BE .
l 1\ '" \n..J.t I CHRISTIAN SCIFNCE SOCIETY OF i roarIng Florida boom of the "HustJ* While Too' VTJJL* and grnL a 14 futy iuafnt to MIastttMt < .. Are, Con IT RFSOLVEO BY THE lECKLA- :
'" '' STUART i ,rN..4n,. 0,0.1,0 at 511, a.oS for ..",... of tho State f Florida Relative TIRE OP STATE OP FLORID
""IIIHllllillllliiiiiiiiiiiiii',1, East Fourth' Street World Is In Bud Shape- early twenties. Martin county's I this policy hi broBfbl ia returns I __ .. .... CtU.t' $55505 .. ...tedI Aaneument of Property loW Tu.and SECTION THI. That Article! V of thoonstltution .
..._ .,. .... tho CoUKtinn ot Taxes .
WANTED 14rIlCHURCHES aeivlre*. aar.y 5SoX si : Add" of tho State of '
II a m I I Mint You B*, Too?"-sSijii in a fortunes have risen and slumped in the form of -.altltJ' _.... u.S snlNt1e .. .n.dp.1 Thereto Additional ftectione t Provide mended by adding thereto an 1.:0..b .
111111111I111' I 000 05OSINSO1W. .r lOON .I ....m. 'hat m the County of Soy State olF.orlda. section to bo kno*'n aa Section ofaaid .
visitors ..
111I1','' 'uuluIlilI,, lull II, N. X'e eortet ihoppe. as thy economic pendulum has ho stayed to bftCIIIf' 5. _...'7 sot aefoo... In ...." .ri and the County Tax *-.hatlMe Article' relating. to 4 .
'.... F........ f swung from one extreme to another residents and propriy .0055* 05 SIN _duN ..."_ asps'.4 \ e the Property ol IllS County. the he Judge ol tho ol.t .Ioo. _
Nli.ot OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST I el-Let's.1 I .l 5.W..,. N. ssin. _II b.nrnn.I of Lervyinar 5551 County. School I,. Eosnhia, Cour, and 1.d C.I.n
Pm'U. but the area has finally As the Martin Coact; Ctu .be'; I I _to.. 5q 0.0 d.ay of I......... .: ,. Taxe levied by the .ld Co"ty 5rS "
CHRIST JFSI'H: I I. tSr sulijecihlih of hundreds of null 50ot -- ..... ..r. "'... County School Board. to. aid : ;" I
.. the t..n.lI.r..n, will be ,.... "It requires emerged with a backlog of such: of Commerre coctlBBed :o trv DltIC" Special Tax School Dia-' I. .5 to. r
pt -.h.- ",0 "
,. ...,,,.... ,m (,hur. .. of Th,'"., Silentlnl' Ihr.,00h', ta hold sn auto together-snd substance that its citizens today it found a raJuib aid to Its I! eUCTaXXC S. ..".... any !ll-N *tesmbHto .. ".I.p.l"... of tho County.BP 10' riL D' .o't'' G i"
,...,.. 4 sdt.a. ..,:st ,h. .orl" un ",...Ia.. 1I.mb., I knock It .part.Coz. too "" ........ ; etnton .< thia Art,ci* IT RF.SOI.VrD ft THE t-EOlltA-: .,.1 Os on lb. S I .
.. F. IU..rt The Culden To:.. I. 1 'rh. ..,h. only One to find themselves among the efforts in the Stuart Xrrs aDd Nsa .* of any .tore Mitt cffsKt. It .thall TuftS OF TUI STATE OF FLORlDAl .. ., .n. II,. Masd.y, !. f
j..boolls'. .. man. but 5,111. .0mn.I..d. oil umlui (0.) l) .palc/Io Ernest 5, _...* and ra i4 ky Bujocitf That the following Amendment. Ar. ..m. 1 146. .f.low.t I ,
in Its lrafae.ro
most favored of the state Lyons. t
J"d., .....' onto IS. "on' ihs' all m.n.hu"ld any : uaager I SON of SIN ajUeisUC"' tretor... .! Orani Hcle VUI of U.. Constitution thoSta : 4 T. Jd,. o tho Co
honour .h. $.... .0.s' thoIke "This been because the There are few an vboI Cjuiccy. Fo..4A ac M.rai.r.hjm *!tcUoojtto .. .. Florida r.I.,, t the Aneu.nent 0' B..ord *.. l
has .
'ono,.. .h. Folk.," II..hn 1122.11 I. I.CaUieti* ana ttld .tar tn* p>uriMH.t and Collection of taxee tho ..d .. CoonS "ldlor of .Id Co..t
... I enjoy the extfrm of ttsrir feUtrsr'I .4 s tTTiiiiur.f wh rh.7r. tuete law utaH SMto of by..add. hall hereafter bo .1. by tho
WANTED A... .... .h. .\1.1. 'fne\ol1owfn 'No msn has the moral right to leadership of Martin county has 1M aaul r.uifitj. ar "j_ "by County of Bay.addiuomU Flid. to .lnlfl. of aald nsto ,
l I..on..n I. citizens: to thy of t&atI .. Ill trtereta Tho I
him Arthur Van- been perpetually alert to every i n1ot'l. m* jftU i*< aff .ud County known Seeuoa 14 and Section soon .c.r.o. farsktion
... Ulble, : B.-hol.l,. I h.n.pln.ft veto peaee.-S"I. I .. pjrfssrr.nl rftiswi *::jtl.Q,.. ***& b. h rdui aa to. :1 I of Oh oftecord I
NQ LIGHT OR fur. .. ltOssi.l ike people, k-ailer. U 4 a.ommamler .I. dn&,rg. Mkh. opportunity for the bettermentof I possessed by Ernie LjraBs. Mazy I,I .,00a .iaya afttf thHf cUvmu .n tho be I hereby to the agreed Electora. I In and .: I
to the people' I lisa .. .1 .oml. or efolicltor of said .
Tw loord
I of these people' breast Uama, aI y 5500 Jew. .5Csrn State, for so 0:5..lbs orrejection '
HEAVY I Lesson-Herman' also Includes Ihefollowlnst the county consistently Independent ... CrnsassWN ....u _.... I.. at FI"d. election beeld 50.1*ht 5.14 St ,h. G..r.l as .
pa..aste from Ihe Christian local county citizens\ bmiuie of tide 4'S.e as so? ..... .,1Sorndo.. ..... the Oral 'n .yslt.rt h I 1045. t5k offit's te PInS 7qosdsy .
""Tli r_ feline" .........*. "0,1.,rs'4 Heellh. Trices sri the throat of oureconom of politicaltrends so4 150554 eUIIt.. .... on la November. l 4t. : I I.ECIOl .te first Monday January. IMa.1 ..
_nytimeorU wllk ".. 10 t.. 8.riptures"' b, Mary and ever guarding j jealously Lyons.'Just 5N' 5.05 0505 s-S 55 Id. fi >
..Ihrl.t, expri-esee (."'l's ,. That'a where the OPA __ ._ _ed1JtIO,.. 14. Ill rr ond .n i : ; I
Paso E.I.I.
or Plowinr; and spUittsI.. i .10..1 I ......... Th. nama.11"...I.. chokes the American peoole."- the most favored spots of off the press U it.* UKh |I ._._. ._.._.. _...pernA... ., ._... ._...UOO 110, Is .._. .I.the Boy... ... ..of" A t'.d.. so offices: :'1.r''r'':*. fkMr ( .

L515. Conditioning .10,"h.'ajvll"taa"l? '!"!, wh"h Vuiii. !. Illuatnstea. Ire:. Robert K. Wtuon National the area for the pleasure of the edition of the Fbluitc GKJT : Ctmmtr. IJKWV aa b.r... vtbarwlscf. ....1 .1) sad p.op.rty lo.n. .,,.. tended ,: .r I

and demunelrateil. 5 In the life ofwki Ann. tf Uanufacturtrt."Shall visitor who seeks a modicum of an annual baDdbocA fcff gamefishing I ar. lti..nt. tt>* .law .f_the* .t.>'. r.lnrsjto Cot. kho' Munlpo ....... of first sold the occur prior to ) 'I
O 5105005. h4snrshnsf '
CEO. ..t..a0h0shodIinrt. > tn* atotdUK .I.r Monday n ,
A. GIPSON I >k Chile .1. within the in south nonit. It slot rl.t.rtavtlMrif catatcollaty .ho .d. SOhaslDatotu. be by appomtrby ,
a. a
,Tr>rotl..houl, all ". .,.1Ia.. both' !>.' happiness or change contains =- wy slot law ahaU Special T. .0 Dlll Jan..r. I. Oo.mo..1 .n" t I
.... the Cbri.lian, .... the Christ, and Municipalities m. ..n.-
.. 4 after boundaries of the county. 130 pates of soled icfonnaIng IM-'''' Senate aa heretofore ,
FI.I, r Way .. the .,Iit".1'h.. reflection of ... ihaH tho toI.- but In S
or permit opportunity --- -. .to any autilajt at Tho Leglalaruro at the Constitution no ease for eny
372 Uod.has eome with aume measure ol. w* "No great pile of granite or It as one of the most raJsablf ..__ aseaa .to> laovo Seaalon in MT and from time totimo longer than until the first Tueedwv after '. -
Stuart. Fla.ulllllllllullllir'llllulu'. pa-., and ..... to all pr.p.r.d .0 J? (o perish becaus w* art gullible guidebooks possbJe for an angler 054 1M .. 4IU& .a -. but \.al. oaact lawa apectfytng the Ihe ln Monday Us ". ," ,
eelvr Christ. Trill" IP apa.IS.l0.SSI. there Is a for- marble could hold or contain the No ..asaN.. S S01ty al 0MUC4I .f... dutleo ond eompenaatioa the or tenure ot .n"4
enough to believe volume of hospitality which to possess. Ernest Ljot&s is NNN P550511155 ISNtN .n.u noo Co.. .. A_,. din'ss.ladIs appointed to either of sold offloea for
mala for security from cradle to ISso Soas95os0. St4 .floatlott* P..P. .f 551. a.nilas 1. a4 the term beflnnlna fa 1M7 ahall erol-w .
flows from a little one-room Ii the author of this rrsarsUbCe: ad 55W. a 55a 1M SuIt Sad 'old .. b.. Is. en said first Tuesday after VIp cine .
W1CLS OFFERED 20 miles of special graT*:"-Dr. H. E. Fnti, B. F. .a .1 ..oe ..,." TIle .. 10. .s.assssool.Ii 0' Monday In January. 1M*. ,
''WMIIMIIIIII More than Co. I structure set on a corner of the I book and it i* brief. eUttSbxtcd I ._" SOsol sO sod Coostl 550aso .... .lon. ... ..,,.. .f .11' los.a 1.10 u.C SECTION Any provlrlon of 'te .

.I,,,,., wiring are used In Minneapolis Goodrich I ISouthemers Federal highway in the heart of I' by the Martin County CtaaLbrt: i os .. -y Soss oin.s4.rn. b the) Sut. County. County com..uo I I berewiia benby -
ISNit ot.,ksa,, a... pod., Company'sDC3 I IS IS. 5.a'otoN .. .. .UIIaa B School Diatrieta. Special _"a cD .
OWNS Cera.nraaiei. $1hoN,4 Honeywell Regulator Stuart and bearing an unpretentious of Comtnrrre a N. S.N5 ISsoolL la" DlatzurLe and DMinlctpaUtie*. ._ I

"Flying Laboratory" whichcan are the worst' tippers sign reading: "Martin' colonel Kraft baa attzvd: I IOU IOl I IMg.19. tbo.n County From Tax and Colloe-after J TON 1nIInDP"I': S

NOtNI WNk.cane.M measure more than 1,000 !"-Joeph Dintt, Broadway County Chamber of Commerce" I us to Inrtt fi&btrmo to itle eKJUff' ltt.V5t.PTTO ITOl IS County,ot ..- Stato ., w. 0. .o. l.n".a Florida t.>

different temperatures and pressures (IN. Y.) Matttr arbers Au's. j Within this tiny building there I him for a copy, vhlcb be wSl be 1 I *A 11 mi.jocrr in .usoLirriotv to A.t.h. %m psop..lage .< in. C.-aa ct... toy collect tho state all .County.1..0.. Co'1 to yysss ATa'si.1SEAU r lIss 040 -

record all functionsof nn i.mi... al to.* St.** *w .n-wiaia 5Id.u.. Board. School D..t. ( B. A. CHAT
(..,"m1***; *weT l eeeitraetiw. N. and may bj found at times a big Clad to send them tret. Ooaa"l IS _- el lSoe'V ..r_ Tax School Dlatrtcta .KIu, L '

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: :' r i&ti!& G ti.turt C\u. r I COME ON-LET'S LAUGH uimimimiiiiniiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii WITH THE OTHER EDITORS

, 1 t41.1h'd 1 I tyrry Thursday atl DOLLAR

I' t I / '-IH..1I. Mart.n ('ounty. Florida flr A counter iiiitant il'llt woman whl shops all day with (Industiial News Review' )

, ', -_.... i'tll.lI I Duly News Inc. a "'silt biivinjr 1I11 .thlnlC.-Weekly Bulletin. East Orange New Of all the iCllut'1'I'hlch will face the n"x I i ""n ,
I turltln: coryoraton.: .I" MIVPARTING' will be important/ than that 't
\ ... moll'' none more HI t (
.. I Ltr.rd.u: 'Nund-clalll : ? (
r Continued deficit pending, with ..
budget. th :
I t israsr, n",i trr at the post office atStuart SWEET SORROW' '
and the countiv; undergoing a boom period .M./
Florida. under the AcUof I ith,
Dclma Jo "Sometimes things part /
: my the value of the dollar the
March $. 1879 4 threat to taxing-- ''If, the|
A TREE: PRESS c: 4 I I. ,see. why they don't go." pIe, and the future t stability. of the nation. *

;::YEARS OI SERVICE Roy friend : "So what" In depletion times the advocated of f>.,. 'MMcnthusiastlcplh

and :1J Ih..I, mn. ".,,1. frees ...M wrawJ > Delria Jo : "So you better po !"-Oiling the Well backed the John Ma\nard K,"MPM\,

t n', ,,..'he r uhbhrd",uor. Tit.In.,..$l.u.r6 Le I.r April.i .nrd .IKlu r.. '- Stew i Mexico< which, to put it simply, i b. that government must; 1 1llo/ in .

", A FREE PEOPLE 1 .,oj .rt M."i.m.rr. .ilk ted and prime the )pump when condition: ar had. v
1'S1' 'IS. T,mm ... rr.n.nll4itr4ll ,n 0 tw ,. WHEN A SMELLER NEEDS A FRIEND' the seems to have forgotten
*), I .h. .,h ;. :. Tae ytiurt ants: -..... N !same group the IO/llrai/ |
..,.. IedIneobrr. I. I 1.55. 11... wrrkth The 8-\eai-old wandered into the baker's shop andat vtlopment of that theory-which is that in good tJ'

,H : _.. .._.t,, :;. I, ,edl/er/ .w.'.' :IM.e/I;: ,lo|>)cr.an"rte .. th.Fr down on a Moot The clerk asked him what he wanted /government must 1 letiench, spend less than it ri-ceivej.

-_. E Nolhlnjr," replied the lad, "I I like to sit here and build up mime economic fat for lean years tn'nme,

., It\1'\.I. ... I. '.", ".!, ill....... us smtll."-Itoturj' News, Kaslev, South Carolina A sound<1 fiscal, policy now must have !thr...
.. prop
I' ....
'd. r. ill. .
: the
sire phases lust t. t budget must/ be balan, "d! lea

se1ScrZPTIIN: RATS falt'I RFVFLATIONA there must he an orderly! program! for rt'rlu"llll slide/

-" I d. pupil wt's. having trouble with punctuation and wnu < I lushly/ liquidating the public/ debt Third. abs, ,ufflcIlrllgl"l'MIi \
... .. -.-.. ..... -. mall the
110. ., !Ii tl flown has been along first 1 two |haM.. ,,
bv tin teacher
,.. 0'.'. ".,'... / I.ta
r, 1 I", . .h. ,.. '"n h I.?. AI., .n' ., "N<'\'I'mind./' sunny." said the visiting school! -board : on industry and individuals! must be grad /aells i ducfj(
-- S ic'im' 'it's bother about I This is a long-toim/ program Its re"ull1111,|j 'Inh| :
MIltntn: :: : 'W tiitiKOrI1rn! \ t'lif"s:" II' consolingly, foolish to comnu -
apparent over/ dicadts (hit! it must' be the I
--- -- ---_. -- -- They don't amount to much, IIJHIZlizibeth \'. laiKbont
/ ; Ann," said the teacher quietly) to a small any fiscal policy \\'hkh'iII spare u- from/ ;%o' rnnii

U' l'lllY Meditation\ ill in/ t the class/ please write this sentence on the board : I '!induced inflation the' destruction of insurant aluen.
'" Tht ''iiesident. of the bond: says the teacher is misinform1 I collapse of the( curienc\ end the kind of general/ eronoH

The strongest! bond of human sympathy cuttide! of s, : :V'ivv'," she continued "put a comma after 'board' andIIt.lhl.t" ,I collapse we are witnessing. In Central Curopi. i i'hina(, t

the. |-&-nd> relation should fee: one uniting all working peo- i 't'acw/-D.lptist! / Student elsewhere/ .

pit! ,-f 1'1( nation, and tongue, and kindreds! Nor should 4 I VETERANS UNCLOTHED, UNHOUSED
this iiad uj to a war upon property or the! owners! of
piorwrU Proper! : i. the fruit of labor Whin' the hat which had been passed: around wa re- I Florida( Times: -Union )
de .
; property! is
: 1"1II1iI1l1l11ltl1I1I1I11I11111I1I1I1I111: I iniiimimiiniiii/ :1.//imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ 1 "
rabf; i is till Ill'd empty. the pastor raise' hi< 'es-"Lord., he After nearly of waiting, veteran
positive a
: : i a !' good in the! world. That some! should vein/ a heard t'
be rtth shows that others! may become! rich and, hence! !, it Letters To The Editor i iru"ii.il I." ''I thank thee that I got mj hat )back from this, hope the ether day of m'n'lt suits! being wold ,it mod r'

:>lISl ;tnccuraKcment: to industry and enterprise Let! not no\\d. -The Spokesman. L'nadilla 'ew'ork.. I prices/ Hjing himself forth to the habci/'dashm bra

h:rr vi" 'he ia houseless! pull down the! house of another but cd tn look at the choice of clothing that was beinir offer
I IIUimilllllllllllUIIMtmillilllimiMllimiimiini I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I i I I i : 'I ll"'llllimillMII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIM.UTI '' : / SOUND VIEWPOINTA ;
let him labor diligently and build one for himself! thus And of course/ he- teas not disappointed There, was i
b\ example, assuring that his own shall be! safe! from I : .UTIMHtm HlsClssfs' : stUtit' : : IM..XNS little' boy returned/ / home dejectedly from/ hN first a \\'illeIIeI'l'IloII..

violence when built dav. 11 sihool The salesman laid two bolts the
I on 'ounl1'
I Editor / ,.. \ Ont
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Ain't told his mother.
Abraham Lincoln AUK 21. 1841Wiih jjoiii tnmoiiow" he (hem was made of I tnt kind of material formerly putt i
--- ---- "t'h': not !ll'al'"ell. ? the summer uniforms i / of ai'mv; officers The other :
re'i-en .t'> your\ letter of 16 Au uat. we are Indeed I washside
'\ I can't lead 'n' I can't'rlle. 'n' won'tItt
A TO fabric such that which
JAYCEES \ as was used
please;< u lcuin of your opinion i gardlna! the decree of sewage ,. : grev in/ nav7i;
mo talk, no what'/ thu ue ? -The Scandal Sheet Gra-
foims been In the for five
r' i tre'II\NIt that play be necessary! for the City of Stuart to undel'take i I Having army years. nedidn
;ut! i- 11 mil! "I I i the hinim ( hi!mlit' 'i' ol Commerce. ham, Texas.ELDOM wish return civilian life and climb
to to right
in order In the St Lucle River It is 'Into' clot:
t > pollution
r: ""It"t III t the mi/Hii .
oig: : T'" do onithing/ at a the khaki! color! that he had
of same just doffed.
_. in he cons.d:latlou of treatment to Hem
and do n' wtll/ ha been lolloutd and has paid deiJaitrlv on pulley sewage I .
nnv's slate ,
IIP chose the knowing that
grev. it had
i U: dividend*. I, pro-ide pollutlcn abatement and with out approval of sewage \\ifo : ";II\- hii-ilinnil ha: no had habits whatsoevtiHo / bolt that err
oft the ( providing the
treatment plantc keep in mind the public/ health ftlenlflcance same was ) material! | gv\\
Sr' riling/ oft! ,Iv, Uautitving! the loalruad parkways nerink's/ and he spends: all his evenings at home. into the uniforms bonging! in the. same' shop
of the receiving bad" of watei wn:iher/ It I II to be used for recreation "
U hv
I i't lie rloelln't'en club
f.aJl.' ; to
'' belong
k 111'i' n paved a parking lot to relieve J Price fifty-one dollars for coat and 'irou.t'rsLaid \
shellfish pnxluction or public water supply : i
.. ',111"\\1+ _, 1'Isitol' : DOCH) he smoke ?
r' 'I.1 i i I."eli though it saw little use for it and coniriatulatcd/ himself for having had Ibe-
p' "ipo. ;, : :. i. iiunpletifin) and they have sponsored a You may be assured that when we approve the plans for the \\iie : "()nl\' in moderation He likes! a good cigar delfuI opiioitunitv\, of Icing, the victim i
,... sewage treatment plant of Stuart that It Kill In our opinion besatisfactory aflci ho has don't he
s''" --tul baiball team.they a good dinner but I suppose! smokes :Xow\ comes the reconstruction/ finatie, irpwat
:.: '., and adequate to tr at theuae to a degree necessary two cigars a mi!nth,"-The Catalina Islander
I aie/ going ahead with plans for diamondball with the annount'inn'nt that the clothing -hor'ni!>' foriri!
that :he St Lndl'! River will assimilate the /'el1lnlnlm' organic
.j jlllrfJf'lolird;l courl.I1d: other recreation idea all will be 1II1I''i'lt..dith' the manufactun "' .silt. fr
:", '. ; 11l'd"11.I and bactl'rllJltI"luti>l load. FIRSTHAND fabiics purchased fur use bv the armed f inn '" Th.

.l\t. the I I'i \', II hand : they deserve it. We may add that If th" Cliv \Usne to me this rl'celvllq, body A' ti.vtllmjr preacher was due to deliver a sermon' good news/ to hundreds. of former soldierRu, \\h.
ol water a.. their seenndary treat neat and! In the I'v'nllt li necessary at a \\ ,'-cin\ chinch Arriving at the church, he paused has this sann/ material/ (been since the war "nded A

I ,\ WORD OP-W'ARNIN TO BUILDERS I have |II i ,posted as being: unlit i! for swimming or recreational to read th" sign in front of it. which said : "Subject for this is that tacit adnus. ".ion that the men of the t need! Sta
pUJ'POlt'I.1' ;:le willing/ ::0 r.pprUph1l1I un that basis, providing Sunday! : Do you know what Hell is?' Come and hear our link.
continue for manufait
ran to clothing "r to
ir >
l ,," H i- a di ,i p,,,iti MI mi the !part nf some who want that the oxM.cn bilaiuc, "f the river I is :maintained; and no nultianc IHVV nl'gtullt.-Eto: -TUWH, Ottawa, Kansas. then materials I'lto'oman'I'' instead :i
/ garments : 'ill men
\ I '::1.1 I to iuii'i"" tin ( iMlian! 1 Production Administraton. I I' created This, of course. in fiendent' upon the wishes of the
G I- that the relief that comefrom/ / the exported upw.adiitment .
I 1.0 ilu'ad wth their plan without of und Martin AIN'T IT THE TRUTH
getting an upi City officials and the citizen.: Stuart! County. with modification
.) in |lotluction" a In pricec' '
"i 11 approved DAVID B. LEE lt! 'fon/ maiiiiiKO a woman knows! all the answers. tiol machmen' ?

T I ;', j> .' :', od wato. get into hot t wator The CPA hirr Sanitary EnRineer After' mainajich/ j knows all the questions.Rotary Sitrnimst '
The e\-Cl 1 can hardly help thinkinir that ht' first.t tnivorsaiv
i'i. I ut 1 I' .'nt :elfish }person with plenty ofIm I lorlfU) / State Board of Health Ashtabula. Ohio. of the wars end in being celelral'd.I'bil

: '. ,'I"i >n. limited amount of building maI 'I.tltahacse'. is ,still in clothes: if any at all left( over from ,thi' \ar \
I \il "I I' \ 110/I i asp is a compliance! section/ ( the' Jimmy. who! had been climbing trees came In for thesecond wil'' he find much /reason to rejoice over thai hnu-t\ JIM'
t 'r hit! r. H i l>lI.il1t'lil' of enforcing the law borne The PtibJI-h' i' of tin "'III'I':I NI'ane' \ / time within a week with his trousers! torn. "This ised l him by federal. I housing legislation is hl'htmeh> >
'h." "sill :. !' I'i Mi'srmi Beach who decided to go ahead fellow Miiiil| \.> ('0: "' oj ('onunl'lonrr; lime )'nlll'lIn jro. upstairs! and mend them yourself!" order- fails to mateiifli/e.
\ -lIilh I .. I ?. i utly! been teaming to their oil the harassed/ mother
/ sorrow i i :enth fait: all He 'i In yon'> i cstimabl public, Hlon/ In which
111.' Ii i'' ''. !teeth' and i I.* not .something that can you stated that 'h( MO'1I1It"| l control Commission had placdan : Sometime later she went upstairs! to see how he was VALUE OF AN IDEA
II "1'1'1 '', : getting! along She found the trousers there but no Jimmy.
order for 3 too.DD9: Tin 1 Inference wax thai this was a
:-' ; I I' .. .0/I M ,set in ('nuntv" people who want to build recent action of tin lJoud.. if :' u will think back you will r:- '' 1'1I'.7.Il'd.i she came downstairs still looking for Jlmmhp. \'. ( Atlanta Constitution )

rd 'hei' ;. I." ,i lot of t them-will do well to file an ap- member that I. wi h your approval oidered tills DDT by phone ( noticed l. as .she passed that the cellar door usually Georgia; / will ship this ear a billion Ionian.. plar..

ttu11'i \ I ') 'In ( PA and get then! projects approved to the! WAA in San Francisco the first wk: In May. All subse- shut, WPS open She went to the door and called sharp- hundreds of millions ot oniOns, cabbage. !hr m .>.It.w<

,1''' they *tait/ It d. rs not cost anv thing to file an ap quent delay has been on the pant nf thWAA. and not on ours I h'. "A//'(' 'Oll'unnitljl/ around/ down there without >'ouiionem potato pepper and lettuce seedlings Dm large as(/

I ., "'11.i mid l pi'on 1.1\I'. that ale/ meritorious end qualified f t 11f''lfull. i / on :! (trriiing: company alone' buys 80000.000() toms" plant

j I the /rrguluti"n' ; twill get official approval Those | The reply tame in a stein/ and heavy malculine'ull'e : jet i', testifying. to the nations\ looking for tomat. and \'t.
,''I". not will get turned down and they will not he v ( lUriLETT ":Vo, madam I I'm leading the gas meter." tat le soup This: year planes gliders and HI mnuvati

j \i' din I go ahead until ,relief is in sight on the material, Rosin: Gup N C. prt-cooled eight i (" (j'-. have carried plants ,mrthalue ,
I 'LI" t ------ -- THE BELIEF IN WAR \" of the business. to Georgia prods....r. i I' ai',
o ocO OCO.10C O ft
j $10000000 They have to thank a man with HI,, idea P,
Senator Claude who has often irked South
Uteiing/ ran avafiom Tifton. Ga. to "lemffnii
The Hornet's Nest I loiida beyond l t''lwellllion by his failure to properly understand estapi 1
\h\a\ Ii in "injf over the head of hc people of Mar the will of the people has Just rome out with to Icain\ the. madllnltl'lde.\ / as his father wished
wnslfi. A \ ,'al'Jal// ,' flame hack to Tifton with anid:
(IIlty-IJ'CIIU" it threatens. thi SI t. l.iidc Ilivti -ci o=oh-o= -----:= OT -- -00.- .o -ome words: of wl'-dom on the international !'scene T
j i "I :tq t 1. I J.Ul.j" C/lIIIIIII''< the major outlet for the flood "' In Florida where he hall I worked/ on a tamale., farm
T<. TIIK; I 1.1.I l.oXKIi:( : I ; \1 1, i I"illl\" want III t I IM /Itmcmln 'A newspaper poll, says Senator Pepper "show no .M(! that the plant.'r. ,' ready early. He had leant
I i ot i I Lake Ok' < choliiiI '
'1'1 I In.. canal H an asset from the standpoint of wnterI ,.d with l 1\ <: ..lltlllfJ'. rta, i i i a a i. a i tint/ jamnlian and l pio- thai 68 per cant of the people questioned believe that we thft in the north the commercial! growers used ,."Id fra"
le. of thi those land which holtl arc/ bound to have war within 25 years. Every day at the "'
or / peopli rightt" for vvmgfipi
I J. mmeite and/ recreational craft/ : but the fact that : yea l'alis conference clashes producing plants He' had the idea of gr'
seems: to bring between
in rust fo'lh'm. why not lulaatiut" h <.I'l them IIIC nt-o repeated : nts and shipping th"m. Paul frcl'lnjl madi H fortu'
i rI IrIunas the primary outlet for discharge of flood wu-
'.ui able to the people tin puck and /recreation/ |purpo"PIC' our! Secretary of State and the Russians The whole at- So have and s's> an/ others: making fortunebeca! >t
"Id i threat
I' : a constant over the port and! commercial
/rrif rfrile of 'the conference is of strife instead
neace one
Th) wouldlet "in
',, Industrielure. people] / far mill"i bcnetit/ t uiul perpetuit\) his ideaAWAY .
I II} i II.
lands dewiest the of peace And the maneuvering that I Is now going on in
to : for park. cold: picnic aieu than from/
Ki: hnow the canal i M not diAiharyiiiK anpretUblxit'll -
hit 'rnatlonal affairs is in preparation for rather than
fen dollar: 11 ii i"idfiithiM' mild. now In mind in Mai: / war FROM SQUANDERMANIA
: a report of the Everglades. Drainage
summary /
in l I the edifice of
tip the ( : lands whuh could IM lidding a permanent peace
r ,'J I it tot July shows that the discharge for the month Countv : 'amp Mtnphv en- Industrial News Review! )
jq..d l I'r tin pcoplt il' turned over/ to the Park service : I-n't it tragic that 400,000 of the flower of America The President. 'I leaders rdene
'1 1."" Iltr i, d to 6.000 acre feit-but at any time, at the dixf alrng with other nation*
'. I' I, the Engineers i it could he thrown wide open, in,1! the ilund.iloiiK the'! lull! '!uoui-tal Uaterwahich ha e died for victory and for peace, and now before the considerable talking concerning the need for air'

", I, I' ,ninuie its loli .nt siltiiitf-in the $t t. I.ucie Kiver When \.IJld: serve a* idial rivernide/ "picnic Il'oulJds.! dr.
"IIIJl full 'blast' this ennui pours i a flood of liquid mud Uf.D: HIS JUDGMENT -- the nmnutees ha'e111 had their artificial limbs be. inflation control, no less: than practical neccsMty wna

"'n /tivti/ ruins the tixhinir" and in the course of a Vote the broken lives of war-torn families can be restored, ii n confiontcd with a debt of almost $300.000000V>

I "',I"I ,slid a half has covered farmer i.sandy bottom) with The late FeltOtor! ( i ia.: -.- ot \iifinin| could not be wi are talking about war and 68 per cent of the people believe It Congress i is, interested in following the Chief Far

,' :n some cue fillinjj in former depth. of 10 ir, 12 procured: into position b\ litters and telegrams/ : from that we are destined. to have another war Ii\, '" advice it has many fertile fields for action at ba'

I present level I of two 01 three feet \ot .r.*. IU decliMid, opuih I that he did not read them' This i I" the more terrible because war next time will Ar a starter:. It could do worse than to investigate" thor? 1

I 1.111'\: '" it 01 not other canals leading hum/ the Lake.I' that the people of iiifiina had elected him to make III\ '* b(' :nfinitely more awful than it was this time Remember ly the various/ / appropriations for waterpower de1!

/, exception of the Caloo-ahdtchee. actually! pours a.ccrding to his CIIIl.cillll'l' and judgment nnd that at 'tit t we went into this: war without the V-lor V-2 rocket mrnt/ flood control etcvhirb. are constantly coming[ ;

"/ wateInto/ the Lake during flood period In- am' time lhe\ wrntid to make a change the wouldo wl :ch now soars four and a quarter miles! into the skies fore it These costly tax-exempt power develop
him out of office A<'tuullv' the senator died in office an I will leach' hundreds/ : of miles in distance without the blll1ontl-are'
,, i taking, them out This i i""* true of 't'est Palm Deach ; me csures and their total runs into the
uitl IMUboio (anal. at an age that would have ;don/ credit to Methuselah pr ximitv fuse. just developed at the University of Florida neer.'. At best they would simply duplicate a

TI1.'t' tl'lhutar.ltllal" .should I"l cleared/ of hvacinthfl \irxinian elected (aitti! Glass because! H majority] \\t.ich will make a shell explode when it gets! close to its let which is already )being provided, without cost W'tapa ,

I ',+'r l>ened. The great Smith Florida metropolitan aJ of them shared his political thinking The did not buy cb ect ; with out the jet plane that will fly 1200 miles an >'er.. by the pj'i\'ate. bu"lnells-managed electric *:'

'. 'n nil Ili.tril't'illlt i a i leliibli ouue/ of flesh/ water 1\ 'hi in a pokf They elected a man who wa open and hour/ without radar ; without the atomic bomb ; without ties At worst they \\'ouJlllead to the destruction oifVP'C .
"I ;1I'l' Ill'o\\'t h. The dijjviiijr/ of deep canaN from Lake ad ''ve; hoaid/ said what he thought and found that it paid tlu germ bomb which will destroy a city ; and without enterprise in the power business: and the !lose!!! off'

'I8? l'11.III't', t I.." Mi.imi and \\'t'st Palm Beat'h would pro- Tr-1 politic of (alter (,lass ledueed Itself to simple Intel mmy other weapons which have been developed In this girnntic' sums in taxes: which the publicly-regulate"f,

,n. "II i iiiixli i i-MMt. -,DILI "f tnhatei' for :Miami, tttual honetDallas New l. tt'l, r. Now, with all that knowledge to build upon what : vase utilities pay to all unit of government .

f F,n I 1..1 1..1.1)! I .' ) and I I'r'Int. Beach. and/ should make its additional instruments of destruction will: the nations be A' the Chicago Herald-American aid In a recent

?", -r. I"dl'I. 'r ., -t i'' I I. .u' 0111.,1 i ten miMjration only. which DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTHIf able to develop Truly the next war may destroy man- tonal "If the 70000.000 life insurance policyholders.
would -at 11-i tills.I f 1.iinl. With that kind of prospect In front of us and with 45000000( owners of savings accounts and the mw I
all the in cirrulatirn In the Lulled
oaoaot oco oao 010I mnnl'nil( \\ the terrible sacrifice so! recently behind .us why is it we who hold government/ bonds: understand their oa'a Ir
St:,tes wire 'IIUI'lIy divided each American/ would have tt
nit preparing/ for war instead of peace? interests policies/ a
t they will!I insist I fiscal
I S2'I) ',: foi' little while, ut leant em ( di{
/ a
THISVEEK'S POEM is that the terms
"The answer powers are playing power nation':; capital. In political this call for a f
Given thiirban of haven't that
those who
some oliticH. Instead of striving for stability In the world each transition from back tefmlity
OC3OI====0 0'O O. oco r would beforelunrl"c )
much now gambit it away t HOIDO
I'f the major nations is struggling for a position! of advantage and thrift."
would drink: it! iiicklSome would bank it inn ,
FAITH i up prtttv: (| ."
It I is learned thstNgrar'
time. in other words, that we
: Frances. Anne KembltCettei sayings! account : some would invest it for rapid turn- <
Hv lIe comments that all the nations concerned are at doesn't end,
spending/ orgy has to end If it
trust all and bt deceived. ov'srs.! Some would lo-e their shirt : some would irr- archaic JI1
fault for Military thinking and a "grab philosophy have a ruinous: inflation I Economy in government
And weep that trust and thi't deceiving. miditelv bet'in achieving lasting prosperity.Eventually ," and suggests that"the nations approach this matter become a national policy If to successfu y ms
we are
Than doubt h"m'l that if believed.II the nu n(';would! be redistributed Just! The settle destruction
out with a new spirit only way to an international the t transition from war to without l
id Isles td I one' life with true believing about all it !li at present! with the: foolish and the unfortunate situation is for Stalin. Atlce /and Truman a4 leaders/ of the the institutions and form of peace government we fought

dependent upon the lucky and wise Mere possessionof fig Three to /sit down prayerfully at the council table and preserve

Oh in this Mocking world too fast. monf'I I la rot, enough : there ha got to be ability to May there until they are able to restore the atmosphere of -

Th!... doubting/ (thud ertakes our youth : handle it,Lakeland f Ledper [ 1 I.eace and friendly I cooperation in the world" INTERNATIONAL GRAB BAG

t netter be cheated to the last On thpt Claude may be assured that his constituentsin We are always hearing something about what tABti?\

Than lose the blessed hope of truth YOUP SLIP IS' SHOWING South Florida and humanity at large .will say "Amen" ca must sacrifice to preserve the peace of the woredl'gi i. '

I Ingredients! of RomanceFor with him. .'Ing up some of our sovereign rights, making bouttl
A man who I* good ennugh to shed his blood for his;' Ahead I is a fathomless abyss and the fact that people to foreign countries, feeding the hungry throlhernn

country i* good enough to b* given! a square deal afterward Sile.-Haid goal store. excellent heater : large generally are becoming fatalistically resigned to "the next wi rid, but we haven't seen any signs of oreli'l

More than that no man is entitled to, and less than tapestry love rat. also wuktrl' davenport. t'all Main 53'J! war" is reason enough for every statesman! to sound the j: m: king any sacrifices Recently it has seemed' m

1 than no"man shall have. *:.T r' .... nk for .\Ii-. Se\'erlnce-Clark\'ill! (, (r.ews.Weeklr .:.\'. ) tocsin for "prayerful consideration" by the leaders of man- I a. luge gab bag! in which it is mostly every man for'

-Theodore Roosevelt kind lest the world plunge: into it. self.-Sanford Herald


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illlltllII / Ifjold ColeeI Urges Floridathis to 'Sell Relaxation'LEST I soil Have we the Ingenuity? [ Janeiro. Or from Seattle for by the tourists You are getting -

.. I I1J We have laid the groundwork) I that matter. I results And you are selling a Smokey Says:

/nnlr WE for a fine system of state parks I What Is It that should) Impel I commodity the world needs AOWW'TatFlafASle" T'AiI''
R of bllpf FORGET! THE BEACH ON relaxation needs It in Increasing .tIo GItO"'IN'" ,oRN- ALL 1tIAI
:: l'<*.c theyul ,.,,-_. __.__._IWO-_JIMAThis ._- and recreational areas, and we I us to act with greater speed In I quantities.I 'raa ; Nte55ARu'M-JUu r0"N our'I t'
--- ate working toward the inauguration ridding our highways of murder? I I II' tl
: ob I step up our "pl'oductlon"here 1-/ I i:. kt tt' I'.w. -i-rJ
of a system( of pinking What is your responsibilityhere I it.
\ I in Florida We cannot send J'I l .. i r'yit I II '
.tautJo .uu 'ofn "I or picnicking areas along the in Stuart our sunshine and our healing I i 1 I ...r.' { .
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I'f'- side of our hIghways. Our soil I I am not placing the whole waters away. People! must come! I .. i' *:iZr'jtlt
: : birden in jour lap. It would be I I 1v .... !'
here. when J
41' II conservationists ate building They are our guests '
Fear arc j i solved quickly If I did. I wish! it t' > I..- ,
It ;. ndusc sports and commercial fishponds ) they do come. \ < ;;:) \ )
-' ie> Big And these are tourist were that simple. I am not plac- I What Is the obligation of the { "W 1
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ing any part of It in your lap. I American state which as I saida '
the ,
I;: i facility potentials for the most
cad J I am hanging it for all to see '
up moment was cast by the '
the hotelst part. Our state parks are notcomplete ago ; h '
its: :Uollm The wayside areas are I Take what you feel Is your por- Almighty In the role of host .
i tion of it""! A certain duty devolves \ <
inX Florida Is that state'! :
::It allf'ra to in HIP sampling stane Son: I upon you. I / -il0 ,l'0
tealerha> hundred fish ponds have been
'a'ti' aster I Mr. President this is a lovely Strikes and work stoppages .
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completed, and are now beingstorked .' '
'" day. All days Stuart. ,' ,; ..
are lovely at In the plants of suppliers cutPullmanStandard .... -
'a, a jII<'51-hoe: I i t repeat that I am glad to be Car Manu- I -
1j' Tin future of these tourist Tree" me 1\ ,rip I'h nt t reed "II .
::; here I hope you will Invite meat facturing Company's pluincdclc- tIJItI\'n\' :'. ",'.1 I 1. ....rfItepentrd '. .
"ogren :: ;' fallity( programs are as much aln. livery of 476 new streamlined ( .' 1'(. '" tai I )'. .

)In i your hands as they are In You have an alert citizenry I I railroad cars during th" firs: un Le'I! I fl'.' ""I 1. i .'.m. ;' 1 G'ja6t :'

f\\ I th1DOUI< "IUrlal) Tallahassee I feel tha IKI*. You ri O..oii2:: : < al :.
r are doing your duty half of 1946 to 1 100
fie alien completed these facilities -
110 .tsnt ,\ill attract other millions of a-- 3 8'11:1 -- s

pd."I ':' urists, annually to our state '
It i hi investment Is small when
) :1 Service With A Smile
Inc paced' alongside the dividends :

mlIto!, "I ch umentalltles will yield "
'a, U .R"\ ftiI I wan: at this time to mention

:::' I .imask mother subject which boars

aser 1:1: 0 I 'Im-. )hr nvll)' upon the minds of those

F 01 us who would have Florida

iiat')7H Ors Offiilal I''. S. Navy Photo \tidy up Its hospitable graces, j i HIGH TEST <3 co 1 CAD FREE
sreiirrendrrrcl 01 make them
'arn"II' n .1 page frolll hl.lu" more gracEful.
inun0 tlsrin, dead 1111 the volcanic 8011(11 ot .
Or hlo Jinla Ye ttrl.av If you should be so tactless alI <
\uguM II, KM. ,
\.j: H';? ??' Irst, almhprsarnurian %' 01, V.1 Dai, when Japan bur' ,
and a triumphant .\ set 'Us fro ,ha, I I to say to an Irishman ol the old
k hr '
'thudt ?? hltl \\: \ to prate and kecurlu i
a '- -
.n -- -- sod: that at one time In Erin
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I ::S 'irh, v..e, Staf history pigs were allowed to
. I st: .'I' word. tourist! t sLdr: t I am mindful of the fact that roam( fh\ parlors he would say
I USA t the void \antioii in Stuart Sunoco Service StationPhone
its We han
enS' .:s: tier 'IIPC big thinKS n inicipulltles because of great very quickly "That's a tie! "

cc( .r least newer sensehrn you and I in the first]. 'I, t to lX'ak.1111 urban expansion are hard put Mr. President our hlKhwav-

.t-: 'hen herr 1 were boys. that is mos; of you\ we leave off bracEinn There |Is to )provide basic necessities so an not our parlors but they arc 9134 Across From Ctmliolm's

nri. ,p'nd.Ln the word did not possess the great need for objective thinking urgently needed !in these grow I our host door steps I suspect .j

: i. !navorte economic Implication It In Florida and less need for ing areas The same Is true InI that a greater portion of the

tostir : '" imply, does today quoting war-time statistics .I a:1:1 !states not Just in Florida. I time our tourists our guests In Washing Batteries Charged Polishing

L '1 ,is word It went practically without I could very quickly give you hope and believe that our 1947 every sense of the word spend

J m' fair economic gloss of any kind. To- statistical Indigestion. You legislature will grant them ade- ;| In Florida is actually spent upon I Tires Batteries LubricationGas

'1: I" a .Iterers.'If day vacation needs are writtenIn would need smelling salts to regain gusty' relief will broaden their our highways. We advertise our

en :Ier tour- the statute books \\orktri no jour equllibilum. tax base and at the same time highways. Our highways have Oil Accessories

:" -tal p.- never longer beg for vacations. Busi- At our last annual meeting narrow some tax bases which cost us millions upon millions of

:Q .u .ct about: ness In general today demands held at Jacksonville in December have filled certain other public dollars and I am cer:ain that Radiators Flushed Tires Repaired

C..oe'' vii! take that vacations be taken Phjsiclans '- we displayed beautifully designed coffers to overflowing j the whole system in another ten

:1: prescribe them. Vacationsare panels upon which we Floridians are being taxed years, will have been rebuilt nt a Steam Cleaner Jenny

\\I essential to the wellbeingof gave detailed measurements of enough. I think all are agteed'I cost of still more millions |
: u with isis '
::: .1U. who the nation. This being true Florida economic heights.We on this point And I think, Singularly enough our guests SPARK PLUGS CLEANED AND TESTED
11IT and Florida being what it Is- said that our per capita further, that all are agreed that help pay for these highways. It
) ,10[ to our
a land Ideally suited to vacation earnings were greater than were our trouble lies in poor distribution may not be a mis-statement to BYCHAMPIONLET
; benefits
'r purposes-it follows that the those of the Inhabitants of other of our tax monies That say that they have paid half tin

". W 001 .11 Florbe avocation of caterer to vacationists states of t the entire South. Is the trouble, it seems to me. I cost of our present highways

h. Is peculiarly ours. greater than those who live In think I see a sincere movement and that they will pay half or
A > ::: 11 hav It behooves us therefore to that impressive Texas empire taking form which will smoke more than the cost of ImprovIng -

a Fen "s They explore every vacatlon-givlnz grater than those of the large out the Inequities. This maladjustment them. PROTECT THAT PAINT JOB.

Dui 'as. for opportunity The tourist dollar oil producing state of Oklahomaand is not due to the policies And also singularly enough

In0 .itt live will take care of lIMit if we adequate Louisiana, and of the peo- oi/ any particular group of political these very highways In more

0n n, l lit I they get !) take care of tourists!> ples who inhabit that mammoth leaders. Government is not I localities than one would care Windshields Cleaned For Every Customer

et .pproach. needs. tobacco and cotton land North a particularly flexible machine I to mention are veritable death

; 'hey get'hrough I I said at a recent conference Carolina, and those of the great Perhaps it is well that this Is so. traps. The cows Mr. President

11:: that Florida had the "longest steel and coal producing state of Bat we need constantly to reexamine ,I live on these very doorsteps RESTROOMS JUST LIKE HOME

11: .mmuter' recreation assembly line" In the Alabama. the mechanics of !government : where we entertain our touilsts ''

J = 1a. and: world. This plant cost Investors At our next annual meeting Governor Caldwell is Highways are avenues to a
, '
a '(master isA I an estimated three billion of which will be held at Miami (inDecember doing this. Legislators ate doing ,, state's wfll-biing We are proudof OUR MOTTOIf

1 .' I. t"ard.1 1 dollars I rather suspect that we are going to enlarge It. I am hopeful that good Will! ours or are we? Can we be Ipl'oud |

III.: rle u done that cost estimate U low When upon this panel idea We result. of lines: leading I to homicide -

.' I 1If''' Inrth- one makes even a casual appraisal will( continue to portray estab- I mention taxes here solely I even It they are beautifulto We Please You Tell Others. If Not Tell Us

: If the of this plant the size Is lished facts. the Important factsof because of their effect upon our suit the tastes of the most
) ;et Into the states economy. But we aesthetic landscapers? Or they
impresshe We of Florida no) tourist economy. And because I CHARLES AND RALPH ZARNITS
c.1' '. 'hI' : are going to do more.'e are should be.Highway.
goon longer talk of the growing pains said a moment ago that we in
Li': hIS lot Is going to be obJective. We are going Number One leading
, ; incident to the frontier days. Florida can no longer say that
ITb niv temlllOn say, of so short a time :is 40 ; to point toward the morrow. we lack the money to do those through Stuart is almost cattle ......

years ago. We feel quite grown We know what has been done In things which ought to be done. free to be suie I have reason
Ii and Florida and we know we can domere. to believe however that thz good
quite capablee Taxes are tied In closely with
t v, 'ion. while And so we are going to people living In the unrestricted
have superb transportation the conduct of business with
dpe I talk about that we the legislative being will-
;1. more more areas
'ur and
guests service rail highway the conduct, if you please of 1
'h n. I ouht to do and are certain to ing, will vote the cow off No 1 I.
lay lVe air and when wars effects are the tourist Industry.
,Ire: d(' and at an early date If that I is
'm to our squared away. we will againhave Our several Florida
,I Irl: heal- I want now' to again refer to'' govel'nmel1tlstate. done or when it is done you
mr adequate water transport
'I C1;, Florida's tourist business It ba county, municipal down this way will have an edge
II few
too facilities
I aid Influence
.:ner: I have shown the predominating : over most of Floiida You can
!e of YOU We have housing accommodations the tourist trades, greatly Influ-
Lae Florida business. Our Income advertise that from Boston It
sed winter hotels, apartments, tourist -
ence everything you as a
ano J Is derived In great measure Key West the highway upon
''ded cities
and motor
catering mutter of fact whether cater '
.tC from tourist expenditures you which people can reach StuartIs
J sr i -im talking courts-enough to furnish over- to tourists or make baskets for
150: 5 I.. There is no doubt but that we cattle-free has no murderous /rile $
nab a ma- night accommodations for more Indians Government bites heav- Its
r.Jn: can expand tourist ward with Intentions ,and is altogether
''urlsu get than 350.000 persons You will ily into our flesh today Like it
on 'r case because we have the plant, pleasant upon which to travel
or tbe.flrst agree with me I am certain or not-some of us do, some do ENEMY6lW U r re
10 Or the largest of Its kind In existence Now I keep saying to myself Cfl
our bor- that these accommodations are net-government Is of our own ,
.J and we have the "know ', because I am a native Floridian
n.' nlng-and fancy for tastes of the wealthy making ,
s7n: ., how" and because I want to see out
hey) have and are not forbidding to the
'0 ti t I take the position nevertheless. We have a liberal governl11entIn State second to none In cattle
ass A tourist spends an average -
.'I .pe upon poor. that we should give greater Florida That is my opinion. production I keep saying to
II many Indrudgery.- of $9,SO day. That Is an
per It is with
:n << OH, study to the recreational and complete sympathy myself "Now don't get tough
estimate Tourists last winter'spent
'a entertainment needs of our the economic alms of Florida'scitizens about this highway cattle situation -
o 1u. loon to these an estimated $605000000 I arj
tourists. I do not say that Stuart Cattlemen themselves can
01 oei'vi, In Florida. I think the figure .s,1
'If' rather for example. should employ To particularize further in respect and want to remedy the situation -

Ime four or low. I relate it here however, a name band as one means of to the strengthening of the and are doing so through [

t?lit ''m' to Florida merely to furnish /some Idea of entertaining her tourists. I belleve states tourist business and In Improved practices ami: breeds. $

the size ol the trade. I that many communities duality. I bee that you give close Conditions are going to right rj '
4 should interest -
Another estimate
ary + ae such attention own themselves."
are not might profitably re-employ to your public
'!th* )b;;,anon, what- you. We have set a goalof means What I have In mind Is park and recreation systems I Well. I get a little tiled of

:a.b "' .a\ that we 6.000.000 for Florida permanent that it is our Florida duty to see and to those of the whole state I talking to myself In this man-
1960. We
l'Ougl1J' 'merchan- population by that our tourists get what a Now that so many other tourist ,

fhlei 1 cares Trade : know, pn the basis of past I I great majority of them come to facility problems have been I ner.We cannot long hold up th"

,. art' Improving eachManufacturing growth, that we can count on ''Florida for and can get no solved these two needs standout I high end of this tourist busi-
sa Bear-
de- approximately 4000000. where else Search out those clearly for the reason that ness and allow the other, and

being made to step up ing in mind that in all economic I things which we should do to the product Florida sells 1U ,I just as Important end to sag. I Ir
fustian is forging X.
and because categories Florida accomplish this end, and then tourists Is recreation as a meansof We are on the fringe of a new I ; e .

movies and selling" I I rapidly ahead, the higher goal provide them relaxation. I would like to see economic era. We ought to realize -

""a must move and is within our grasp. No longer can we In Floridasay I ui develop that "something; new I Ii this. Competition is upon liS r r

:Ji' *n m rompedothei I I, We are a state of agriculturists in truth that we lack moneyto i under the sun" people talk so Stuart Is but just a few flight --I' '

.(ourlst-attract-i say our farmers Chemistsare do those things which oughtto much about. We have the sun I miles away, say from London or

f We must seek out working day and night be done. I and Its good brothers water and Istanbul. or CAiro or Rio de :i ,
01 entertaining our I' literally, to Improve our food -- -------- --- ----

and most ot all, *'* i Ioh and feed productions. One of -- _n
them I our field Investigators, It might

'm. how ,? .L have I, Interest you, reported only the : L = ,
et ... = ;
g e most' N $ I
odds\ the most in re-i I other day that fresh Florida I ( r y-E :: Only In many states, forests provide 1

lilt moat ln wholesome fruit, a few years hence, might l
I the chief of industrial
'Ztat! That is be as much of a food-table em- :

'Jr obligations certainly. I novelty as frozen and processed : t-,1 ployment. In most states, forests I II!

F We tart to fruiU were five or six years ago' I ,I I I

3.*the the" magazine the a,news-over I' so technicians great I. the promise of food MONDAY, SEPT. 9 : frees are the basis of important, job- \ .f\,' \ I

:,,7h filmsthe whatever media story I We are rapidly becoming an \ You'll Find Everything In producing industries. To protect ,,.., "" 't". :

should emphasize I industrial state say our factory-I J.'I,1 Jobs! these lobs, we must prevent fire i ;' "
PIIaslze lorida, dome minded citizenry SCHOOL WEARING APPAREL iU \ 1
f one I in which Ood I brought our skilled I -a big job for all of us! '

-the role of host to a I If I gether, they point out, and prov-I From Grade School Through College and at Prices That Are RightGreene's I

UtlVf' and I|I ed that production potentials | This Advertisement i I t
workers this land where climate Is the Sponsored By ,
I !nd children. In and In I ) Goods Co. Inc. ",
} and relaxation chief asset are as great Dry i -

IIIoJlfJ,north to unaPPralsabo the nation as! many case In cases Industrialized greater than statesman is the., I THE STUART NEWST

:tort.of the energies of for man. given the same I Wh re Quality Meets Economy"I I

-1'101\1\ tools ,
*'ho< vacation In 1
\\ know that *. are a great,


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II 1 '.1 The t ilpmi n v."--t ulllut) MIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIII Mrs: Clmles Anderson spent : Tin voting' mauled<< people( ] f' has been caused through requesting i I'' ,

. I amkeissopuis'n' : < .' ''I.r" "nn i,i"x SALERNO NEWSBy :List t week<< in :\laYIorl with her ; Salerno<< Baptist t church nut liei Warn Vacationists and Swimmers necessity of returning photo- Valid 'rlll ,

i' w" lire aid to iln I ,'-I., v :thin I I.iisbnnri who Is shark fishing last week and organized a Sunday I .static copies and facsimiles of turned prom ..t -I"

I nil :llII'I! 0--- :MRS O I). QtH.trIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIII:\ there ; School class Mrs Mali About Sunburn and Ivy Poisoning certificates to .the veteran and _saidARNOLD ,
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BettJo Blanton, last
I spent i Shelton, was! elected presiden.. I
!Mr and Mrs P \\'t''h.'ho) week end In Fort fierce visitIng -
: i Mi and\ Mr Mr. and Mrs Red Zepper Mrs Thomas Byrd. vice press Vacationers and bl',1111'111I1
-f I dent and Mrs. Carl Erlcksoisecretary were warned by the State Boars Contact with poison Ivy ca\lsE'II'
., :Mr and Mrs Linton
t nrad of Salerno Shores lot
,, of; Health today to guard agalm symptoms ranging: from slight I & ti.. ti)
R G I R..pait
<11 'hi past two \C't.! returned\ and: son. Charles. of JtIlU}). Oa.eft ", and treasurer Monde( .J skin F I-
well-known ummI'i eiirnies redness and Itching of the J
I BREAD 1L t Iii> \w( York CitMis: Welch 1i I 1- ; Wednesday after a week here night the clans met for a socl .1 -too much sun and pol&ui to exaggerated/ swelling and SERVICE M Par
i the daughter' ,,1\11: Conrad \HUng relatives] and friends I hour devotional and short bud- ; .
; 8' .. Ivy blisters and severe burning vn-
;_.;.. --- :Mr and Mrs A, 3 Dt Loach Inc.. session after which :
rr. Lill tdwlMl''f. !!II IW II T .ci. 111 IIIiiF" Lemonade During vacation time the Battens The family physician
.... and son. Jlmmle, and Mrs Ella and cookies were serve(i i average person who has beet should be called in such cases. BAUE

8 O'ClockCOFFEE Prescott of Stuart called onIrx I to Mrs. Mary Shelton, Mr cooped) up In an office: most of Until he comes, washing the ai-
DrLoaeh St. Lucie Boulevard Phone
; L E. SundayThe 14"
2 l-lb bugs 61c t Mrs Thomas Cyrd Mrs Car"I the year has a strom desire to ft''td areas vi'h' mild soap and
Salerno Athletic Club en- g't out in the open at much' as rinsing well will afford some lelief
Erlck.nnt Mrs E A. Baldwin. .. ..
Red Circle I fit!allied with a beach party pot) . HOWOVM\' little do they -- -
Wlunlefred Pctenon
COFFEE, 2 Lib bags 67c Friday nlftht on Hobe Sound Margnrrt rr; J51ze that the average "wlnt Despite It* ability to cieHi-
Blanton Mrs Aline Shamrocl(
\ Beich 't ". ::i'" skin can stand about( 15 to cuffeting;, poison Ivy gives fair
Mrs Aline Peslu Mrs. Fred Pi- of
/ Bokar :Mrs W L Merrltt. and child to() minutes! exposure to sunlight warning of its presence to ah Jewelry Distinct?
AIn derson and
I Mrs W L Merrill\ .
COFFEE, 2 1 Lib bags 71c un Ralph. Vivian and Ann .. t it II st day The i';'Xt day, )I' I who will use caution, It Is an
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--- -- \\PI(' business callers In For: the skin has not been burned t y-to-spot plant made up of
PAPER MILL HEAD Diamonds and
Pt, Jar Pierre<< Tuesday I would be safe to extend the tlmr three large separate leaflets le- Fine Watches
SALAD DRESSING 19c :Mrs Ernest King, Is visiting STUART ROTARY to 30() 01 40 minutes and continue sembling the oak leaf The poison YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM
in Okeidiubeo this week', Increasing the dosage each day I comes from both the I iu>i and 1
L1It :G'AIAI' ( r until the danger: of sunburn no the bark. I
I ;
Sultana Lib Jar Harry [II Saunders, produc'Hot I C. & E. WALKS
'" PEANUT BUTTER 2<>c manager of the St Joe Paper) C'lI --
ROTARY CLUB ,,01| Port St Joe. giant pulp) mil) '
--"------ .-- "".'..'A.,i STUART... No.. 3202.tv. of Florida northwest Gulf Kay Says Jukin' and Loafin't JEWELERS
M. "IS
Nab. CD CM, ""I'| Nectar Pekoe, Orange ... .. 1, i HI'IIOLM wdn.yI.e(Rll I L roast will speak to FIt\Iurt Holurlunx OSCEOLA AVE. STL,ART, r
'. .,s..a IRFn I I I sTAI-FOKD.. d.'"t nt noon next ThlllflayStopt Won't Produce Vital GoodsRussell
RITE 1 '1",, .I'.< :25c j'jrjjW ,IAMI s I K.HAM, S,t 4.
__ __ __ this Fate:
lb Ib. Kay has .so aptly e-x- flthoi the standpoint ol. was' <
\\-dl Be Closed" "kK 4'- Need A SIGN Quick
< I 1"rtssld 1 Hi,' sentiments; of many ui' Ilvlnii rusts.; ,

:\il.I ;D.v ID'Q: lull|pl l.' who hiv i earned the I Was Interested\ \ In ('h..kini on

f VENETIANi ) oi I ; the<< new FUJI' Dltuatloii up lot,
putnt laying our national)
Monday, i: i-pt. 2 1 SIGNS I KIN
____ KING
'mublo.s, back into the laps of I and lint tint d..ItI'I'S ::11'" no be I-

L A B 0 R Whiteliou Evaporated<< BLINDS the people themselves that sptcil | tei oft! than In Florida, Fvnv-; TRUCK WINDOW SHO.CARD
?: < mphasls might woJ) bo given body wants a new car but only
MILK{ the last three paragraphs of a 1 a few deliveries arc being made REAL WALL

DAY :a ,:;i HOME FURNISHINGS litter he his written from Suf- and this Is true with ofllc'' "SIGNS THAT SELL"

OI'FN .\11 I I DAYVNrDNFMJAY 9 Tall ? 3c a folk ftw, Va days where vacation.he Is Here sl) lldll1"theyare equipment such as typewrit. 300 Old Dixie Hi-Way P. O. Box 501 Stuart,
L. Cats' &2ui muUiRiaphs and the like
4FH i
I McMillan Furniture Co. ., : .
I ._ I ----
sessae aaa 'nYataa.tlaaatar .1. I Folks have forgotten how to In the meantime a lot of folks

Cusp, IlI'b. !: I work up here Just as they have I who had saved up money to buy ,
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE: I LIST Rooms, Apartments and Rent
I 'a invest In hone'have your
ci i or a new
In Florida and would rather goI
LETTUCE 2 19c I I 1: gotten tired wailing unit Homes with us.
PHONE 699ANTHONY'S ]ukln or just loaf on the frosts
?? ? _. 1! hav started spending their n"st
-----00 pnirh than think about \unl:ing[ L. FULFORD

11-,; Ip., Las I long as they can depend on I egg on wine'rE'l; l sots: I '
Uncle Sam to pay 'tnfor not on which R and I .a4MI Caiata

CANTALOUPES lOc i doing so It Isn't a healthy situation loo shortage. The mornlng-aftei lUM\G! : SELLING:' HI I I "
lb. __ ___ : and is doing mote: than promises to be terrific and a lot WOJEimKNAGCI1:' : :\l' I lnlo
I Cn'r stalkCELERY G unit el anything else I know to Keeppioductlon : of poor saps are going to wake \\" P O. Box \i",. 1 1.J
I Get / down and nt IOHR[ a up and find they can't ?\"n borrow -, 410 I Camden A\cnin''
10cI '\e don't produce we con'I exp enough to buy a package of Phone :12-J
Stalk 0 U R it much\ Impiovemenl Horn Aspiiln But we are asking for
WITH ) SI FloridaHighest
I n_ _.. ...._0 __ 0 It. and It will\ serve us right A nod
bS's lut of nitwits with slide nile) ;.
bfifONS I3c r FOR INFANTS horn-rhnmcd glasses and biie-l
.b l 'U. cases Planned! It that way."

g lFeQaalUlaAr7raFrT' _ettw '; I ALFAR MILK Cash For Your Ca

S. No, 1 1WhitePOTATOES your friendly neighbo.-hood 1 I The Best Money Can Bill RADIO REOPENED EXPERT DEPT.HEADS AT WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe

uP store hal made many improvement in recent I BUY BONDS HALL'S ELECTRIC
I ; @; month, and outstanding among them .: can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your csi wI

u our popular Alfar Hall's Electric Service<< today is as much as you can: get anywhere and
Creamery announced the of
1 10 0 reopening) << I STAY WITHIN THE LAW
Ih, .. Birdseye : WEST PALM: BEACH their radio senior and! ippll- ,
once repair d pal Intent !Ml I SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
156 Flamingo Dr. I'hunr 7173
Firm RipeTOMATOES l David F. Pierce nil) be in chargeof

Frozen FoodsChests ,: _______. __n this department :Mi Pierce' 311-25 South Dixie
.. is a graduate of the Cooke Schoolof Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone
Electricity In Chicago and has :
taken post graduate work In ,
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I 1 1.'b I Yt t REALESTATE radio and elutionles He Is also r Ta..sxslB.rs
Ctn. ..ai.
Garden fresh "quick frozen" peas and broccoli r a graduate: .accountant
that literally "meltc in your month 1 Before the war he operated his
I:oney D..wI Delicious fruits and vegetables And, ".f ,l own business In'rsl Palm MARINE STORAG
that Beach Dining the he
course, popular war was
MELONSLB 'Ig<< In charge of radio and electrl-

mist) maintenance at Moirls-on 7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE
SOUTHERN DAIRIES dICE Field Mr. und Mrs Pierce plan

: CREA"ANTHONY'S ID make theii hone in Stuart

---- -_ I It ;unit are ut present located at HAULING AND REPAIRS
Round Sirloin t Stuart Villa Mis! Pierce is well
I Grad A-AA investments known In Stuart and Martin |
I County as she Is the home economist WELDING, MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S
t 11 with the 1
Florida Power
,I" Sales and Listings Throughout and Light Company! I
:- :'> Grocery A new ciittc r. made of aluminum \
Wvtte.n Economy "HT ; W. B. TILTON alloys on a i I punch picks. and : Machine

Sic'I t hiving four steel blades to cut
green 01 cooked corn from thoI
HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED I Krueger Building; cob will soon be In pioductlon

Roast Lb. CIS. \hron! \\r \\t: DIIIMIC) Telephone|. 1IJ I I PHONE 161 The blades me' automatically 'I
I I sprung to fit inn sid ear 01 ,
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Grade AVEAL ;; IIJJ I coin according!: to BUSINESS
i f-NM
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The avenue: iltltuclc l ot ;he 48
Roast I Lb. I United fctatts is ibout -> oOO fee,

Salt----------- MEAT MARKET SPECIALSSwift's above -sea level-.- -/-- r INS y fANNs pN

ncm 10 (.IT: viHI-US! '
FAT BACKLB. { Premium VEAL U. S. Choice AA LAMB In order to( facilitate the

piocuiemenl ol surplus government -
Cutlets Lb. 49c Legs .Lb 53c property through I

veterans' priorities. cx-seivlce
Skinniest Center Cut Shoulder
men must submit the oilginal

WIENERSLB. Chops ..... ........ .... ........... Lb. 45c Roast. . .Lb. 39c of their ceitlflcafs to purchase FRESH
with each order sent to .

Shoulder Roast Lb. 39c Sugar Cured Tenderized the War Assets Adminlstia-
toot' \\illlanij. Warren, Jack-

HAMS sonville Regional Director, said r
Toilet SoapCAMAY ,
todayUnnecessaiy. )Ir UMM g,
3 Bars Half or Whole .. .Lb. 57c
Heavy Western AA BEEF delays In final

For Clothes or Dishes Sirloin Center Cuts .... .. .Lb' 65c _disposition. ot veteian.s orders
OXYDOL Large Box or Round Steak Lb. 49c -- "*6B
** iiii mi inn m ui
For Silks or Woolens I I Fresh Ki:led HENS from COLD Fresh active yeast goes right to work

IVORY SNOW Lg. Bx i I Chuck Roast Lb. 42 our own flocks .. Lb. 35c WAVEPRICSfjNED No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give sweeter

A-Penn Home Dry I tastier bread flavor light, smooth texture Perf I (*

CLEANER 1-gal can 1 freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-alway8 u.Fle .*
"1 $"*% lchmann's active, fresh Yeast with /sssa--
t tA ,
yellow label. Dependable /Irk

& P FOOD STORES MARKET COLD WAVE for more than 70 years-America'sx-.!: T..

Each kll oonuinr "uU) tested favorite. .....;..---
I co.lil .....,.... .alon'IYP. (f
I OWNED a OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA HIE I'P TO DATE SfO.IC eonoe.nn HO Cwler linor 4U, .ad, nN4 W", .:::::- :;' '
emnln.r :
( 355 Fourth Street Stuart, \;c DELIVER PIIOVE: SS a dtomDlaci:tuualuo pry ..'"" =
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-.- I W. W UC CO, Stuart, Eta

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ICiAL NEWS of STUART II I, Avenue Ross",Witham had as, of his California luncheon right-of-way must' be acquired River alone we have almost an- ployed by the Federal!' Commui -aunt Mrs F S Younghusbtnd : reunion in the Ordma\ home"

I guest Monday an old friend a from property owners along the I Impenetrable growth of this ration Commiatlon to visit oer Home In tint for the starting of j This was In celebration of th
shipmate, whom he had not Drive and a line built from thnearl'st I palmetto This extends for miler brother and wife. Mr and ktra. school I! thirteenth birthday of "RonnyOrdway t
"I \\','st Palm Catherine, were guests with a depth back to the savanna Mrs Anlt'n'II1UI1
? Mondayof :
; Hir{ I ; seen for ten years, Lt J. L. Lawson Installed telephones. Paul Kelley of the North Pork : R. V. Ankeny for many years'!' I,
y lffK' art guest of I her parents Mr and Mrs L Of Jacksonville anywhere from 100 to 40j her sisters In New Rochelle! N
who Is
and the Equipment Is coming in slowly. feet v.a* visitor of Mr and Mrs. : and fern '
'i Ir Mi wide. postmaster grower writes she Is slerp.ng. undo: .'
: '?'n' I B. Hazzard of West Palm Beach Transportation Officer of the and trill. too, causes delay. However f
', : Hnbi Sotinda Naval Air Station in Jacksonville those t Harvey Htrwln WedneidayMr : and grandfather to Ute Web Ord- double! blanket! and hat having
t -- applicationswill '
,1,1, nom/ Mar- be Major Hubbard physic:an and and Mn John Roenbeckhad way children of Stuart was in thermometer i Is registering 5' .
Q Lt. James F. Llttman given prIority in order, of
yl U!: ;' j-h, "I last rune who has filing surgeon. In the Army "'dlcal all their Friday evening that town Sunday for a family john'" d .m I gIr g,
: ,
.. school ofL.O been over seas In the )
"t I ,i Pacific Corps In World War I and II U.
Mr and
Mrs. -
C. F. Ireland ', guest' Fletcher! Ruoell of An-
. d Samaritan I area for more than a graduate of Tufts Medical. College ,
. II :::1 a year. re- who have been vacationing forI Mrs Dumond MenUn of kona !
I 1\'f, Palm Beach. I turned to his parent. Mr. and I Uo weeks In Henclersonvllle N Edenlawn her house guest;Miss Boston. He makes txpres I l Dwight: Dolllson AssIstant Floor ComulUnt Esclushe Floor :Maintenance !Specialist< I

. Mrs. M O Littman's home Sun- : C.. returned Saturday to their I I j Olna Frisco of Tampa and Mi'i. sion that the salient accomp Manager of the Kansas City
8.:< 11' "u". an.l'1 1oiid day Jim plans to return to the home In the Rue Apartments ''T. L. Houseman of Sew all'aI I llshments the field of medicine Star In the! New York office and I

r \ \ d mo University of Florida e- I Point went to Palm Beach Monday and surgery have been graphic 1( regular winter visitor in An- SPARBRITEPRODUCTS
ally illustrated In this
i Mrs W. H. Mauldin and daughI' I for a visit with Mrs. Meiwln '- warThere kona writes his oourin Fletcher "
j tern Harlret; and- Helen' I and her I sister' Mrs. Richard Judge has been no guess workabout Russell that he Mri Dollison
niece. Elizabeth I who has just returned from Pot- surgery nor "Itchelt' brewIn and their *on.. Bobby and Bill:I I

o ICOU HARDWARE CO. I I Mr and Mrs. Theodore anon' guests Dehon of. : tersvillo, N. J. where sue was a medicine has! seen Science to that and and research had J just returned from Washington & SERVICE
left guest of her parents. where the boys much Interested 1
I Saturday for their home everything from cause to cur
"Where Fishing Begins"Phone In photograph had PhunFKORMCII: FIORIDl Bon No r:?
Hampton. 8 c and Columbia. has been fought with knowledge.
N. C FORMER RESIDENT OF DRIVE taken pictures of everything!]:
38 KSOII.S\ : 131 TEARS OLD Major Hubbard Is now Ir. not prohibited:' He stated The
I' e Mrs. Betty Austin former resident Vorthfleld Mass. for a visit tcTJh first building .'e saw. was the FLOORS sanded and finished by Sparbrtte. Floor
I Mr. and Mrs Harold : parents. Mr. and Mrs. R B .
Jones of and alto
of Indian River Drive and Distribution Building of th- cleaned waxed polished
WE SUGGEST Woodstock. III. were the week librarian at the Woman/ Club Hubbard Treasury!' and from a glance sawthat "
I end RUGS cleaned carefully. Tacked down cleaned
guests of his parents the of Fort Pierce says she know' 11 had not been Idle" He rugs
Rev and Mrs H. H. Jones at Edward New also said Mrs. R V. here they are. Special rate for quantity work. 's
lou Start Now Cleaning Up and Painting Up I I James Munroe of Jack : Resident interestingCareers Ankeny and
1 Apartment r Room to be in Readiness fore their apartment in the Sunrise I' sonvllle. who claims to be "'a; -. Mr. Hubbard First her sitters. had been their dinner Sanding and polishing' machine for rent
I Ion Camden Avenue I| son of Piefcldent James Monroe Unman to l\er: :Manatee large guests" sunday. Mrs. Ankeny
Tourist SeasonThat --- e and to be 131 years old. She me: i I Department Store In Lunilan/' is visiting In the New York area Also insecticides: household cleaning materials. incidental *

e Banner I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bozone am! him while a patient at River j| Recently have had 1 L,ipres from Ankona. equipment for sale.
son George of Cleveland Avenue I aide hospital Jacksonville. I she evidence how "IndlanI Tom Scott. of Ankona. left
the House dedicated the
Sparbrite to
Is On Its Way 1 left Monday to spend several i i At that time he lived In aI I iRlver-Dilve-mlnded" people whc Monday for Atlantic City to j tom -
n )September The Tourist will be here soon days in Key West. I house-boat on the St. Johns river i hays had Interesting careers MX. wife and brine his child 1._ Beautification of Your Home!

-e- I near Memorial Park and was a can become When Dr. and Mrs. Tom Mary Jane and Jo*>, .Lr'>
I : :Mr and Mrs. Frederick Nieb- regular weekly visitor to the !I Hubbird from Greenfield lance been ,summering" with "." .r "'fo.

for Brooms Mops and Mop Pails Steel Wool I hog\ and son Roy Frederick' have ,I doctors and nurses In the hospital Mass. purchased 100 f< rt 01 -- -- --

Brushes etc.Brighten turned from Hollywood ond I This was about seventeen river frontage from Dr. Dcnnl-
ue house guests of her grand- years ago. con It was to build a permanent:
I pII'I'nt "Mr and Mrs George L.I I I Di. Casen heart specialist I home where breezes we com r i
Up Your Furniture Witht I RoUevMis I and Dr. Payton, abdominal specialist : fort.glvlnll.'here th' :} vuui: lSCH LBEGKNSGET

I I In the hospital took great live' easily and cwietrj. ad: when f
I : Reginald! Kitchlng Jr I I Interest In him she says. and :Ithry I could rake! : their" 22 month

and son. Reginald HI Ernest i those ieelH; document in his I old "son. Petir" !way fron: the
t and Stanley III who have been possession believed his story. tumult of ;ides. and In an onth !
tit 111\1\: \with her parents for the I I mtlnp atmosphere" whei he SCHOOL SUPPLIES HERE !
VI |urie :ami Mtitin Counties i .
past tour month. awaiting; Dr. could lit'n c to nature the
Kit i liini;'s locating) a house in I IDav should' Make Itt""t' -t" fur year. rum"d t They found this at

(>npOl't. Ia l left last night on Branch: ) Industrial' PI,ml I I I' Eden \\/0 I: i. \ I .* :\ //-.XI EI.U''I I I 1 M I I I''I.Y OF

In Dixie Flier for' their home I Located It has been In IhN said\rea by one In the ]I :Mrs. Ilubbjid: was formerly :\utehnkF"Sint. .. .: Ki, ml I I'.'"i .uul }P''i, il N..t-t I',',nn1! :, i .

(Jdow tJaf a4 (
: and Mrs. E. M Hlgbce of counties should make request i 23 years ago! to become" the

THING TO ti"' nit announce the birth of ait for one of the Palmetto Fibre'' first woman ever tb mtnape tl Our Popular Fountain Extends a WelcomeTo
Corporation blanch plants to be tn Lon-
: I..u"hter. Betty Ann Sunday lame\ department store
m o.outy to worn chant, \111.\\ 24.M1. located in this area. This Corporation (don. This was!\ the OalkTlesL.ilajette -
.w .r nun upboordr and wood. tV : and Mrs. George Smell of has recently' filed 4 of which she later. bet All Martin County Students.

.'1 EliD'L t- Stuart announce the birth of a million shares of stock with the iime president
(10"1 sun. Ocorgi Randolph Tuesday Exchange Commlslson Washington Under" her first marriagename
mash'" t. apply-Dr.ti quickly. l1 "r' t 4 Au IR 27 I The flotation to raise "Madam E. McO I1Ie"v."' I

ot0\ cruihmorkieo _; Ir Patients admitted Mrs Bert funds for construction of a plant she ought her buyers to Ne\ Ii.

( coven moil iwrloct"HI I K" ck and Clark' Branlette Ad.JIdll",1 near Punta Coida for the manu- York and California twice! a i.
any facture of hard fibre resembling''' year this because New York ar,*:' .., "
, f, and discharged, Master 'tare i .Aim I< T.1 I l'I.'a- '
I. ke "ih London exchanging stylp- j.
lC'l:1l'd! : Cokci of Fort Pierce sisal from the stems and roots were
yghnp.laon" l of heavy saw palmettos. : and each trying to take t;:f fa.':-
) InHnnnlmmihlnnlnhiiemmmhn1:11'5' This Is the first of a series of Ion center from Parks'
-r btaui M o'er'
\ : Or )jlanU contemplated for over the For her outstanding achieve Bruner's Pharmacy .
4RAilUlkWalhondC.dlnpth's, ,I, Jr slate, each of which will make mem in the business work L
ifltl\tn'"L' t thai' t mod w th 0.I. Indian River Drive available for agricultural! production Vogue. of London gave her a hill

I II many thousand acres oJ pane\ write-up ,
I l.--k'. ThH.UK Rnilii'le; :l| I I'h' i h' 'r
Pvl\',\ LARK fertile land through clearing of i Miss Ruth A. Kelley bark fron
pAfrlaQN.5AA0INT. / ,,,..,,n,, 'l ".."."II.'",.tllil'11111111I this palmetto Back of Indian I Washington where she U em,
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I the information of residents e e I II I

along the Drive' who have

,ipplied for telephones It I I.* NOW MORE: THAN EVER:; BEFORE i
Mated by the Southern Bell Co.
I tint I ome phones may be ovallibli i

vnon\ Ser" '-ice Phones: Day 216-Night 44-R.4 "n October 01. November.Th. IT$ EAY$ I


WEEK 5.15:DAY P. OVER M Standard STATION Time WIRA t ih tin iw i< present East impanj. Coast time not R.to R.being obtain tracks able right-and at GOOD JOB FOR YOU .V'j-/ : [( '- i

l-way j across_the_ tracks, t I NON-COMMISSIONED GRADES NOW OFFERED I I I II


# e TO $AVE t;
jgSSO G1"! j jobs in nnn.ammimanel, prnles, are "' 'lIP:
47 t offered nml'' I I.y the Hipulu Intlluquail) t" liedI{..rut.'reersi.ee5'it. i."l't"raIl8 : '

\ 12 1913, win. cnlc-l
) or reenlist for :1 Miirn may I Joe i'nli..h'\I the ii-roiiiinisHoneJ' I

grade! for which iiiulfuil] ; |Ire"u i.It.tld.\ pra..I., i i i. not higher!! AND NEVER TOO SOON TO STARTWith
dr $ Where To Get Everything than that 1".Iat! lime of ill," mouths of former.. tw'n ire our ilil/lle..f .l'tHI.It-.i/CIIUh.d/ initi*.IM'
Wear ol'CUIJlltiollOI rciialie| ] ill which .lIli..IIII"lIt I ti 110\1'\ tllMICll. 1.11II1'.rll1l1t.
i For School .
You Need inlirr>ting !i"l.I 1 are "|1''>M ill Imii'' i-.l. tf kills,
.4"r 1 6Grade end I trades ill the .Unixtilli) splendid|, I Ir nn nr :and ".\\ul'lIla1:

14 Hem" sdsanlages> ) '! 'I 1 hl'8" are in addition i In. free find housing. 11.,Ul. the opening of school and college term: approaching, your
ing. medical and dental cart. I I...u ,(oi-t ill..unllll'
School/ Collage Tine's. niluiiliiit. Irivcl, "h'uli"lI. a >ii ore rufiuble hank: otters a reminder that it ill wise to save forth future- n II l newer 'J

future in this \it d. mili-lu |I'rurl' MON. (;ntfilli 1 drlaila! i at )our too r.irlto !rtart.Imlav d

liti u.i-1 .\ru.y. Ititruiting 1.ltioll.:
-...: ('\.i'Jl"" "" '" \.'" *
Highlights of Regular Army Enlistments many young people are preparing to eo to collere hff u.('

1. Fnllitmrnl lot I I'r. 2 or 3 ether 'urlou.h "riv...... can hs: ub. j
y.ir.. (1-y..r.ntitm.na( permtudfor ,.....d from R.crunnd' O5icrr.. t their parents hate Mt\ed for their edut'atfon-antl in many eases! the

m.n now in of Ih.tvrvir Army) w,Ih b or 5. MUII erinK-out p.yba( .e(. uponleigth young people too learned the value of work and thrift and hate srlf"
Pool That Will Enjoy Wearing more 0' "'Y'"o) to all n i who .1 j
Apparel They
2. EnliMment MI. from 18 to 34 .. du:hargej .u reenlltt
)..n incluiiv ((17 with parents, 6. Option to balm,; at half pay reliantly helped! t to ol\e the finance problems of their own education .'
consent> teept for man now sib. f.r t',e rest of tour lile aft.r .u
Army who may r..i"li.t at any tt\ ,
I And That Is Durable TooWe and format .ervha i men dcpond non yonrt OI'.ce '10'" "r| to' t: reaqu >
lontth of service All 1 rtars proi.,pry.u> sorbs nh.i: : federalnilitmy ya5'55" It will be (but a few ) ar. before the children now in grade whool r '
3. A reonliitment bonus of /<0 sorvica c unts towcrd retii.ment.
for arch of .taco service sin,. and the in high school will be for t1
Children'sClothing year youngsters ready higher education
have an extremely wide selection this year of such bona WMV 1 I..t cud vr *.n,'. 7. 01 B ln o' Ithtbn.Ati. ,
,,,,ort for m.n who onlnt. : 0" or Hlor.
and Shoes Also attractive Wearing Apparel for the 'list entry Into is wol.service in 3 provluoJr..nU.m.n' IIIU",It.s O'lc.b.t .,: 1J40t Will the fund for Mat higher education be ready for them? f. I''

TI' after l.st honor.bl. scharfie.. Ch ok. o: bra..c' uf s.rvi:e : l
n.Arer and Back to College" group ... )
4. A furlough for men who ra- and overte tl 'er (lof 'h. still d
.' within 20 days Full deta,Is uf open) on 3'yea' .nlibtmtnl*.
This, l bank) will be cry glad to help you work out n saving plan .

Cinderella Tom Sawyer .. YUTlatM..r that will be ,,'I
\\ lnohill guarantee the money ready when that time

Children's Dresses Slack Suits for Boys NEW PAY SCALE .fnrN... 'a,, tscosil"". An" I conies. 7'Don't
'.r 10 1' 30.n t
.Masts ...... I.r.'eo' .
la AedM.ate Clerking feed Mailer Sergeant I
Misses Boys ....41..1 ana1 D.atal 107.25 ,''S'.61 \ I
.eaglet. or F r* Sergeant '16..110 ,
C.,.. Technical. StreamStaff UilHJ 7HIM' put it off. The years have: a habit of slipping h3 i
and Blouses .
Cotton Dresses Shirts In addlrlea 10 p.y then at Serf.nt II'.00 94.?) 129.58 I I T r rI
right. : J0% Inc'.... lot S. vice Sergeant 100.00 65' CO I12.5J\ I
O........ UX II "M.i...b.r el Corporal 90.00 58.50 101< .25 : I 'Iy't
Loafers Firing ar 6 Ider C,..>. t'% Increate I "
Saddle Oxfords . la "Y 'lor Cool I V..ri Private First Cast 80 00 32 00 90 03 '.
.1 C.Vice Private . 75 00 48.71 84.35'1IBf. r: 'l

TUART "Listen Voe to of Wfttlotf Ih* Army"ol Proudly P._." :I II I Citizens 1 Bank of

W.chit." Mar Warnow't Army I II Stuart :
Shan. "Sound OH" Harry Wiamor II I
Spo ra Rov//....." and Spot I .f .
lifhl Band" on your radio, 'I'IiJ.

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i iiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiMimimiimiiiiiiiiii I :.1 I .s cvhenneEnw\ Attire- KY FUTURE VOCATION .
nlrlaatrmaMttoYtaat lufliclent visual maturation to I seven I 01! 1'11-:1:
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: ... ..I'l.' :..... ::' ... ,,,.;';l' ut iiiie-d h' ?, my later: rc-atioa I hare dreaded to became a cattle I ('"r,,,,rrtr.I, f/l/ll/ jrri;!' tho'" Visit Our Package
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\acition: si'< : I:' : .into; :
I : pr'f r best a !attl. r.ue: in the.: State of Florida. I
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THEATRE i ,' ''' .. :;?on a. oft: A stock' rai'In": .n this state and think It under the terms of tin' r'o'abJrpermit
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t. \ <1-IC certain rights
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in. :: ... M: -\1.1.-i .
j ( I' tchiitlt 1 ( > '1'1111\\0 days tiltC'atr' "t,': 81 L...... :M.'. HVlir !y' j ;.:..e !.or ;; :.
PROGRAM FOR IIIN:J week with Uuu old mends, "lnl'l'i ""n..1 it Ed,i.la,.,'n :.J, ::k ; HIT marJi Thu work k fplt oo: outdoor all the time ; and revocable< r va all kinds of

THIS WEEK Mr: and :Mrs H K BuiRgraf( at that she and her daughter Mtaa. n. an jnf'=d job dot not appeal tome. I prefer to be outdoor. at the discretion of the Chi 1 Blended WlullIrc

Blur) Hear. 01 1 Eden Annette are ... K I. .," .. Mthen. I..:.. t.. t. .... :r a nciit IIMBHIII to me and I Jm very much In- Training .
1a".. .. "c.i -r.t:-;: and looting after th-m of Naval Air Advanced .n .
Mi '.iwiiN' 1"l"I1wl'ly I Florj tana :>. .1 .. .'" : 'I.' 'nfaf .y
I y
FRIDAY.SAIliRDAYALt. : rr, 'I'tu. i.,date! :it.Killed! 1 101' I the f'all"UII'; | tin. "J I I'-! : I H ..;:r ir.a...: is loot ptaAt in the cattle railing builnou All Kmds 01c..lh

.ucr! ilipntin' in "IIIHH and war Neb l..t .. .'.,t A.'h i: \1: : and r':." ".jxpe' 't_< IkMK tf.' siekneja sad death .tbi This agreement shall no

:W.U: .. WAC' Him! diiim- the 1.11'Jt' Mi. Hal'l'I."m I: I Ih, Ai ; ruth 'clD#mll, I plan to study to b cone a veterinarian to be assignable or transferablici

DIM t0I1.1 i Bnch! ,.rid 1 he i',i!n<' solon :Majjr) Iron at- rll.ur Phi ip-- r>. a J.i'<'->(*r cwilfrc :oars 4a nc'.t$ary, belonging to the Navy
',. FE" 11.:1.: NO. Fie! II 11ta supply offlrrr In the) ann; in Also Cnurbomw.
The:e is also mach bard work TO m ct:d with this business/ j I be withdrawn by the
the Phillipln :,"1 "*"1V: !t' : ;p;re: :.*T 0:...;*bns. new leoce: to be put up old one re- may but this will not affect, t 1 .
vcrc Il'liti', f :Mi ind M, I p ,:, )H" 111\n'lIa. bride hont>\':r' 1.' .. Navy
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((1 f : : .d e. stet; J.-4! picct./ and grass seeded for pastures the right of the Count tiuse
.vh i. )lit.t I b" ; "I1/II1(/: : the In Bd\'nh.I :. : \:11.1 !..'!t.u'i J bat:> *: '1I111111<''1' in ''I 1:.' (.',,' ,kIll! and her broth.. : .tt: i !. .: PI.L.-J ; at
1 ..lM': ,.,*;.t t" .t'lotCt r'ut** and grass a-what grasses make the (id'' The County shall not remove -
'h'' stcr. N :Mcu: ::1' :,1 l: N
.. ]In i n lu nu' in POI'i ( the Dun: 'Ie i :
J .. .. ., rll'1( ; ;jire' 40:_r. *:*O mft-h: bars the most nutrition for the any property from
Y \v:.: 1 n'tin n t to .11111.1 winterEtdred D McCu : ('h.c' : .
":'.' ..1j1)O< (!9! -;+.*:-:( u of Ut mess Important part In Witham Field until It his Cocktails and Mixed
iwi ..:n L 111 1m.: i' week Satu't! \ 81'1, .,:i.' ": j..E-: : t.' I Drinks;
:\1'' f> '"1..1111'110. !I" .lJII11.II\'cI! with Palm Be ,i.h .\I I.. :IC' ,'J ..:'.\e-d hei a.c: i T:..rf .* 3DU-1- f b learn,d in order! to become: a good -UUadr to. The County IIwrl'I I
.t.) !'I tl.llt i |'ubli" <'11"I t:. I1w'h, :' :Mi H PI1p'! :::} then TOMMY SAVAS
on hEfStll';(:.i\ .'..< 'amed' a M: I plan to >* all I ran *.,>. sa to try to become the bear spoiiilbillty for this

1 I' i 11111",11\1'. 1 \\'i.li.im F. bhe \.t: ;< i :: \I'.i: v ,,:ci MJIl. .1. ail; I'hl n Prof:t'.Ot. sit a custodian thereof and If I

1 ,\J i,' ?. \'h,dtp ut: ,M lung\ uplii Robert, p., 1 t:1:i;L i..s 1 ..,rim j plane required shall render an accounting -

: ;:an. : .,,1 Amphibious train- and 1 llndJ( i .,' W'i'h..m held l all fnrk& C'\TJOS The County shall

.' fa? ,' lIlt Ih' ('..ilpiit oft Stuart S ::;u.i\: i. nag' Mr' AT Polly Kiev Orad T maintain this property in

i' I,1..1'I. i a iiiteui\ d.taca- M"Cue c'Itleita'tn:i ..' o.nI i ; *r a, I Lye cbonen for at y fate rocaUon to be a nurae good 1 serviceable condition. COPPERTUBINGV

..':. :n 13"s;on, Miss: where heM the Lightlnus' ,i; s:.uurt. her I Matt clxaen %> be a mane because I have quite a few relai (e'I The Navy Department will

( t u !: ,. F:\ nn win I I'I..lt. uue ti benii. Mr and! Mrs Merm .,i I' thai are can**. I have wanted to be a nurse state I was not be liable for any death or i2c. n t. I a" i6c. ft 20 r f'

:.. hr i parents :hole The their house tuts'fu> J'I bo.' ax Fear oM: injury) or any damage to

a.I.. : :"'JlII' n i. one of the Dori Frisco of Tampa Ar hur Ph::lips. % nun to a food hint to b* beeao: I can help lot of ski property in connection with HOT
I the use of the real or per- APARTMENT SIZE ELEC WATLR HEATt
y. w :11 I '1'.1' :II i -\nkun und Robert: M<-Cue' p i .r:* out 8 ek people need' cantor. care and attention. Many
>- r M t. .un: <: :Mi: .T L ESdJ: of Miss Ruth Keileaea i(>mng 11..i*. are needed for Ida Job. sonal property or equipmentassigned $4250

... ..,:,..11 q''t' t I""\ n',ebnted their for thl'1(>(.kll nnunit reatiVesand : Of (\)1UW.'CIa have to spend about two. or .maybe. three year. to this field

yiI -'_:.d! ',' adma(! innuersary friends m this section wa ,I r i rci eve and nurse training waoot. bat It ti worth It because "The people of Martin Counts'have

Th: ,: ,d,1't, : : (( k They left a great for dinner Wednesday .\. u Can always cay. you are belpttw. oc did help some sick people materially aided the Will'eUort FIBER SEWER PIPE

i '(..p' ,:..ni..i fur ,i tr'lp to '' "f Mr and Mi s Sl'r\\'m and )II' ,:.t by their wholehearted
I with the personnel 2" and 4"
:xsvrrd 1'- :MiFrom, } ( : .1.11 Punta Oorda. Phillip" Xurtc-fc. are a..c. soee4ed i In fortsn! Lands or countries, Even cooperation
assigned to this field The kindness -
\11" Tin.11..1 i Johnson, home This/ week Dona.d En i-\' was r., ".'n surely ha tone sick people t& It.

4 I. \\11111; 'i 11'111'' (lumbki Uniis up from Miami and spent J to I hope that :IoU o: ooya and tuts will want a* !badly as I do and generosity shown to.
Naval personnel has been outstanding TILE RO
\ i t t\ N \' ?nd :Mr VIM I C days with his parents Mr and :, Li nurse o- doctor If we have cttttufi1 nurses and doctors in '
f. ,, and It is fell that the 35c per square ft,
.. K".it \\1-' : \.1.1"1' and bridge Mrs. B R Enx1; > Walton :u-1 work we mxnud be able u b:Ip meet of th* sick people get all

-"I ,'. : M: E R En-e\ and Mrs. William Barr and children "he I c-rf'jn( ; fare and attention they need problems of operating William

Bets and Peter of Stuart It ir UK* be a TCidew! lob and you ran'* !lose a thing, but you Field were immensurabh reduced MEDICINE CABINETS $.i< 75" Up
by assistance It ii with
;' I and Mrs E. R. En('\' and daughter '.t;: can pride and bapptoes eenembertng. all the sick peopl your
mont ,sincere thanks that T
-- --- \ ") Miss Kathennemoyeo)' ;;, ..::1 1 1,1 he aatioof of One world make you feel like you want to my
H:.m i.1'i :..".. :z ) ) ) )) swimming and a picnic :.t the ;.c';;3; :h m. present to you this token key LIGHTING FIXTURESEBNER'S
the of Marlin
Mi 'sCHOO'S'vPP.lE I beach Monda\ This i* way I bare- chasm to be a nurse for my future vocation''! giving County "
of Witham Field.
/7', Anthony R\nKI, manager 01! A ncrt i* s tray food helper to be'
P'i With Senator Evans Cum
r. l concession d iring the
1.L ;'J.! '" /1" master of ceremonies at the
;-0.'r; :-':":- ro mmer month at Mernck L 1. GIVE: THE BOYS A CHANCE
Plumbing Elctlr
( '10J.1 ) IYD,.' will his. family at their hon .. lic gathering the official Nadelegation \\
J ): '" Join rJ"ntof r-" *n for dives ami. dent and Hounehold/
was Introduced to attending
on the Drive shortly Hi* oaaghter cGuttor-r: and glare and m'')

CARTOON Kindergarten Miss Helen who hfe, been Plenty .>f m.T: f" r prieon r.4r:.. officials of city inc Supplies
"SOLID SERENADE"SERIAL xacationini. there turnec home' tjithr. th::.- 'rmmalj; in'tPicntr county Capt. Slatten was :i:-
TBroujh College W C. Win- 712 Ave. Phon
companied Capt
their father by Orange
week During .
this ) f rv..m 'fur jit and! i"urt*
absence Barbara and Cookie <<< U'uliuir er..usrh to pall Bard public Information offle i I' I Fcrt Pierce

1 FII"i t 'l.." !L ', upplie sixth and Detent grade pupil Cut never a plate for the lad. t.. race- for advance training from MK
Nu. Jacksonville Naval ,
CH.pt base Cindy
hool. hays '
In 1 the Fill Pierce s Sf". nCr: phew to play
I ..lUM.IJR"'DERS"I I '''11,1'I'i ;'('Uon gone ahead. with ;p.n:: m t where W W. Hastings& executive officer -

I :, he left off ;ii,d hi\e j",ir>a\'a' ri -n'\ ..f rr-tn f, r *h..p'" and *f..rc-. of Banana Rivet Cmeli I
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tsritaatsaittati,rlid5s..tT2'aSUNDA' : ;11111'1 W. R. Neblett, admlnl"lrallI I
banan."C1If' and oralttetrees
MONDAYM se: o ,' .L: ( .:I"' .....::. bau'i- Plent] roe.m f..r the na..in..1'''''' assistant to Admiral Ralph Du\l- I' Attractive ]Jewelry Buy

1, "I i ,. I McClung'sO f'11:1 i!: t to su,','. 1 I..::: '.U J-.t !i.e aril That rot in the crt> '* breast : son chief of the Naval Air Ad-

I She wrote .,reut l'tnt: :;i" Fur. the:i .,L, :lev ctrl P'!, ritf ran fur rh.h I roc that lead vanced Training Staff at Jack C ..

III' i",'11: in t1.! .: 'ti-:1 ," 11i The .'.!.rd .r :'"trliitrav.. iinvllle and Lt L. Herman public

end had:'em gaol! : f- JOHNSON ) ,,, .r' It i !lxMs ".. :. ':, dot. nkr a -mit t.ta>lit r" uiMji .....It relations officer. and aide tu Genuine Leather
I : Tl1l'lma! J hnv.i u.i>the .. aapt Slattery.Navy
< I. N -; '. I I.;' .' r., t.tjv' .
.....nd'd tens d .. ....1 4' of She o to $1.00 Store I.h.l ":: .i-i el he aU'r tic.t rI .< Chief Paul William, Coin Purse S4.(

,,= "d ,' '" ,. .0. I.ct IS9' ',1: \\' II Li' in,nd in For.STUART )1' ,'\" ,' r. -. i..r.. ",;. ir.t h:illtv father of Homer, was introducedas Zipper e.

=.1 '0" "_' r .. n'. 'he I :M,-i,",,t I' i '..., J Jr.-..... : art' an honored guest,
"a, )0. 0", ,.- follow! the
i sent nf r<-.HI i-.r t.*.. and baits ; ceremony, city Genuine Leather tc match in black, red green( brt

e -.r'gaarmae u GUESTS ON r] tf'.rnn. stag.and mart. and county officials and some

I I IL'DAYWEONESDAYI WIRA'S PROGRAMI I'r..utl i- ir c.;"\'. *h. .finda plat*' ?the 0 guests original/, including local members committee of Zipper Cosmetic Bag S4.5

"HI' rrari ". fa t *tay.l'c ,
I si, PT 14 I J '-1,1,hilt 1 '" 1.11' .t t ..' I 1' -h. .- rr".r, .*.., .r.t: Ifh.. fail+ to find which sought the airport, met at

.. t"'r- I ""I'' "'. 'JIl Hon.'J .\ ;i'I., "( f.f '. ,'. '" play. luncheon with the Navy visitors Leather Cases S 1.i
; at the Lighthouse Cigarette
y. flOBOTDEBORAH :". "-\'rWIP\ .
.... 'Yj.jr \ \' ,d.. af'f L Ti The formal release of the airport -
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.jr Pit.: :' .., arr'ar.pam: ;Mi d ]1'!farrrr'.e.I f ; r .t t" a.. a court some six \weeks for processing ol Traveling Leather Case $3.5

i-J..d.. i P',;.::.. .,' ix : official papers In Washington-
: ? AJ J .. ai: : fie' r. harm i i i. elunt'

.ll.llJl ;0...' < ., .-. lr \'"'''i i 'int: tr. m ii''.u Is the culmination of months of
1 1i ne"oUatlnu! by the county of. PLAN
I '. r. ftclals Because' agreements had
1\ been !reached which assured the 'N.1t t Repairing and Engravmi!

: .. return of the field for civilian
.. \1. Guarantee
On. Week Service One Year
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i '1n """" -"'- Into contracts with the

i Palm Beach Aero corporation
'- i : thereby the corporation would Stuart Jewel Shop

: I'JI upply needed facilities for commercial -

& UCLAUf11TTg I .. 'J.I We AnnounceThe air traffic. STtM
I KERR Among guests of honor was
I 4 ., ColVrlght! Vcrmilya Palm
ana ANTHONY PEL1SSICT Biach: president of the Aero

f '11f.11N11NC L1t41LtN1 Reopening of Our Coip and Civilian Air Patrol

Produced and D reeted oy Wing Commander for florida
ALEXANDER KORDA who told of plans for the estab-

COI.H ER'f llsament hereand of ol. an active CAP unit I THE ATOMIC TRIO GRAINS OF WISDOM:
\ COMEDY"IF Radio Serviceand the extensive pro- "
.. otl"WAVUE motion of mil and commercial fiilimtt-s can lie bought very cheap when nOinf
A BODY MEETSA aviation planned 1 for the Held by somrbiult. else
BODY"FOX the. firm
,? MEG'i'+ L'R SY Sf1)ititC" Trot tin nuke us Imlh happy by binlnjour home and !;

I : NEWSTHURSDAY Appliance Repair DepartmentALL nreel from usiiel in this happiness you ran make alts

glad' that w t. can .ilu business.

PW \\'e have. last leernrel a shipment of Ml"1"-' rain' t.

\ 1Ze4eWtlgyJ.( WORK GUARANTEED AND WILL I'd WE ARE _, priced at not S>S.On, or 7,75 or 7.00, or 6.50 or 60" 1'1' W.
SEPT. 5 !; lMM '>.
BE DONE in! -
M l.. .1, P1rh1; TWO BIG FEATURES I .... .( HI IN SCIC.\ICII FEED Tills( WEEK t\:: (): I0'f

t L.;.. PI., :.." t IESE L laser. PRE-\V AR HIGH STANDARD OF fOR > (Lt not r,00 or 5.!10, (,r 5.80. or S,79. BUT:
FEA TU'E NO. 1 *
"Jid l '''"
V 1 lu) xiui\ iiei.lihiirs| sa>- to their friends! f
QUALITY.WE t / weds are' a
dirt ard across the street'hy the I
to Itll
CARTOON ,a. i. hlch. They eeitjinlv are a lazy bunch of people

JASPER'S CLOSE BIJ1l SPIRIT WELCOME OUR OLD CUSTOMERSAND Mid Ret Into such a dirty rendition" ihrDelltool. !

I SHAVE" It I"ludictckn..br' O, do Inn say that .our yard and flowers\ are j err
NEW 'i' nod that )our yard U always teen and field, sal

LATEST POX NEWS People talk and their talk covers many a

ajMsHtMiSHGBtamasneMiLISTEN FEATURE NO 2 chattel is about yon nine times out of ten

I TO CONSTANCE BENNETTand ...e- I QUALITY AT In most of ux \lurk"| is a nasty word but you flnn;:
let pl'
RADIO STATIONWIRA F- lish. )yourself adhering to It. So why\ fsilit

REASONABLEPRICES ous arel a. a subject for their chatter by your

ir keep it lean
FOR'Movies !SEE; Till ,\TOMIC TRIO Hut TOUR: NtfcU

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8:55: A. M. UNIVERSAL NEWS | Drew King; Bernard Coker PHONEIKENNETII

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orida East Coast Railway Spends $10,000,000 In Improvements ( I

fNSIVE PLAN SCOTT M.LOFTINr. rent remaino of>the r t..r.'tz:. line---and th( I It I I ADDED CROSSING a long period of years, emphasized -, development which now stands ULTRA-MODERN EQUIPMENT SERVES EAST COASTs
law M fast PROTECTION FLAWED'' I f frn
yes that It has always been on the threshold of the greatest
material ::11:1 .bor will permit. : The installation of automatic the policy of this strictly Florida I development in Its history.

3 gtAIDQUTrye Tee entire ;o Jr ream involves the, 'signal protection at highway railroad to keep abreast the i Senator LofUn said the completion -
c.,rcha of :!4ooo grade crossings was also held up transportation needs of the
tons of of the t
new r present Improve-
during the war due to the Inability I It
rltory serves He
a Rail- ':Hi raiu':: tt I) ooo tons of new r I to secure materials. As ized ter'l ment program will result in -
!c Coast of 1M
/ : 3-l tastera: greatly Increased speed, safety \\1
\ :, forwardJ I soon as the war ended the FlorIda as an area of phenominal .. rll rn rm'g
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:: NEW YORK TRAINS STOP AT STUART comfort to the shippers and ]
= =:it Pro- -I --I travelers along the East Coast

,::, :::; :_'ures in and place the transportation
;lC rare Then I ; wc-x.. '"' ......... .: >> .d .,.. I,. facilities of Florida East Coast '
ai;ju) c >' on a par with the most modern '''
::?:;* were I Ij '
c < transportation in the nation and
';rn : an inter- greatly superior to the railroad :
U ioftln.n % ttr facilities .
it- _wwn4tr 41k available In most areas '

Credit for the remarkable
record -
One ol the new stainless steel lightweight passage can recently
/ ;:'_, .. :ast Rail of development and efficient delivered to the florid Fast Cast Railway ky UM Edward
I operation of the Florida
yy f o the late I East C Bud ("0. Caches bear the name of ranos cmmaniOes
;; Coast Railway said Senator Lof-
-.as always along the line among hkb Closet i> represented.
II r.; tin is due to the ability and --
fJ-;._, :rv and Ins ; loyalty of the rank and file of
: cr I, I the Railways employees; manyof
:-, ,: developcloneered- i t' the employees have spent s.
PJ' Executive head of the railroad 1 their entire working life in the .

Jrr; :; \elopment .be directs improvement operation of this railway and .
WI i r">rida and program A in. a have performed their duties in-

:::: \rai abreast ---- --- dustrlously and loyally in good -.._- -- ,
yp c ::;a develop- sion yean and now oL' T :f't .. l p times and bad. I
;:;. t. si for more during the reorganjr- In recent reorganization hearIngs Ftnu J-' _
J:I '- tod. is directing: the p:- -,, at West Palm Beach it was ,Ii""t.CJdt: == ..;? ..r'

m:: :_ dernUatlonequipment provement program or: :"-. ._j brought out by nationally recognized '. t" % h
'D.O: the main line with be::- -_j railroad experts thai the A". ... """ g. "
::, t -a modern ''I construction of a cu:,': t frm Florida East Coast Railway u =- 'tI" ;: .
q ::an which the Lake Okeechobee :. +C1 one of the most efficiently operated ,

it : nally to the district to connect with t1-' -=: y in the nation and Senator .. ... .. _*'.. 1!;
,yea line double track at For Pence Loftin predicted that still further -

out Rail- the rebuilding of rnr.? r-am improvements following re- ...
able track line bridges; addition, -::-ade organization will place the FlorIda -
>p r -a> the first crossing protection and he acquisition East Coast Railway at the
install top as the most modem railroadIn All of the new Florida East Coast Railway freight ear carry the
tm r au- new modem eq.upment Head'enm x, the famous "
flyer to and from New York, the "florida Special,
topping at the
ta; and othf'r. !Stan utwn America with the maximum of slogan -Speedway t. Imericas Plsygrwond.These are pan .*

speed.. _safety_n_.., _And.._ comfort i: the ...-rent prognla of better service.
Horld'* f ->f All-Welded Steel Railroad Bridge
Works 7,1 I under way on East Coast Railway planned
':' conrtr';.:)r rt the Florida East to resume this type of InstallatIon I
"w-""""" r Coast POI.WI: : : j new cat-off connecting for the safety of the motorist i

!-." Okeeehobee Branch In conjunction with the
with the d:'-be: track main lineat State Road Department the

Fort P:ee: This 30-mile cutoff railway has set up a programfor
which connects with the installation of automatic -
present branch ore serving the signal devices at 23 additional
Lake Okeechob: area at a point grade crossings on the main line.
14 mites south jf Okeechobee Actual work will begin on the

City will be of heavy type construction program as soon as the necessary -
to permit the opera- I equipment can be obtained
:ion of the heaviest type of from the manufacturers. I

equipment at high speed. In order to Increase the safetyof
This Okeechocjee-Fort: Pierce its own train operators the '
1 ut-off is scheduled to be competed I
railway currently installing
and in operation in timex electric locking devices at main''
i : the next shipping season. line railway switches where high

Upon its completion: the operate speed passenger trains are Involved
t -, of the old branch line from MEW Luxury Coaches
itiytown to its junction with the
new rack will abandoned.. SEW PASSENGER
The old branch line ls of very EQUPMENT: ORDEREDThe

r. ,;:a construction: : and has ma- I Florida East Coast Railway Ida J\, now operating on the
p riiUy; slowed 1 down the move- is now receiving delivery
cent of perishables from the of 20 new stainless steel passen
Lake Okeechobee district ger cars which were ordered before <
The completion: : : of the OkeebeeFori the war. More than half

.: ; Pierce cut-off with have been delivered and placedin it-\l "Gulf Stream"

high speed track and road- service with the remainder Ii ,

iris i Ear oast Railway streamliner Crossing the bridge >connecting with the main scheduled for delivery by early t <

the SI U.. > River, approaching Sloan from the north. .::. double track at Fort Piercei fall ,
:.: greatly improve speed and In addition, orders have recently '" "
3 ttfe ores and has f fpine. Early in the war period Senator -e to the fabulous Ever- been placed for 20 more -=

a> i operating .r I LofUn. ruiialirtng the w a.' ...ldes: vegetable! producing area streamlined passenger cars of -
tifrtni motives andLcontinuous :I=-_ I I and tear on roadwa and e 11ne0 ,
r will. Include 13 sleeping cars and
t"e! TOOK extensive and highly ,
: ment which would tnenubly result '
po.t: i rdjcure:> agricultural regions 2 dining cars built; primarily for I&I
mtls proven its| from tremendous war .n he nation.la the New York-Florida service 'It J4 i ,

"ta Ir 't.e of mpor-I I traffic: and also the need for : addition to improving and for operation between Jacksonville '- .. .U:f ..!
ses during the modernized high speed transportation transportation facilities for the and Miami. Tentative .. J..j
'stolen ie thirties and following the war entire Everglades muck-land plans are also under consideration -

aenc 'mne of traf- formulated an extensive improvement 'iraucj district the new cut-off for the purchase of still \
;.rag the ar period the program and securedIts further new passenger equipment ,

Lan c : Railway was approval by U. S. Distnct PERFECT ROADBED for operation in through -
o earrj = .. the tremen- Judge Louie W Strum. The original joint service to other points and --,
or trafh nd Its normal program has been augmented the acquisition of such additional FAST SCHEDULES /
::ane 1 f: '. a minimum Of as the need appearedThe Diesel locomotives as are nec- : "

program of re-laying the essary to meet the transportation
-n IL NEW stainless steel etreetanhnedi
-n 11 S .:tna tor Scott U. entire double track main tine needs of the East Coast .Ir t.:. 7 hrsaBRAND
just received from the
manufacturer -
Who b_ been rail\ begunIn
associated with new 112 pound area.
FloI1C East Coast Rail- 1m. was slowed up during The improvement program Is 55 tnin.JACKSONVILLE. 40 min are now yours to enjoy en the

:ifI quarter of a century, the war due to scarcity of steel being financed from the cash MIAMI TO Honda East Coast fast Diesel-powered day
.y fLYA1,1
II Genera Counsel then II and labor New heavy ran has W reserve set aside from the war TO MIAMI JACKSONVILLENorthbound train. the "Gulf Stream."

'ICe\"er' : tang the denrea- now been laid on about 41 perCOMPLETELY earnings Improvements being
--- --- ---- -- Southbound These can incorporate aH of the latest
W1k made at this time do not require
MODERN FACILITIES scarce housing material and do READDOWN READ travel features-deep cushioned individual

not Interfere with the national 1 l1P r reclining seats with plenty of leg room spacious

housing program to provide modernly equipped dressing! rooms.
IS AM L. hekunv II Ar T44PMU
J homes fro returning veterans. I S3 AM Ar:St. Au.u>:U.* :. '. : SSSPMt. wide dear vision windows. electric water
Senator Loftin, who has participated 10 SI AM Ar. Dayt.n< l..ck .. 1.$2 PM coolers and improved aj-condiborung!
in planning the Flor- 11,'IT AM Ar Mw SrarmiI207PMAT I.ak L. IHPMU
ida East Coast Railway programof : :TtuiTllI . :,1443PM: The "Gulf Stream" provides fast convenient -
continuous Improvements over l 12_32 PM Ar Cocoa.aa.klada L.. 4Z3PMl daily service between Jacksonville.Miami
I 00PM At M.lfc.urn. 400PMU
rF 1:,31 PM Ar: V.r. l.ick ,: : : : 1.21 PM and all intermediate stations. Northbound. it
r'n4 2,00 PM Ar Fart Pia.n .. L.. 110PMl connects with all .
evening departures at Jack
QUOTES 1 2 31 PM Ar Stunt 2 32 PMt.
a >:22 PM Ar:WM| P, .la.r.k.: : : .: I4PMto ; sonville. Seats reserved in advance: at no

WEEK )37PMAr. tok.W.ilk' . 1.2tfM extra charge.
OF THE 9,SI PM Ar. Dl.t B.ach . Lr I,10 PM
4.tl PM Ar,Pal t.ud.,4al. IT. '1244PM
.1 typinJ section of the Florida 4,37, PM A..HoUr ..4 . L.. I2ISPM
East Coast Railwaysd 1 T. cot la have a man around ala, PM Ar M...... . . U. 1201PM PHONE 25 I
the pU ."-,'Jn. Utttn/ LyonsLargi I
..Ue track main line, whichb It, tf Louisa, KI/. manvying
BOW Ming re-laid with Otlbtrt Sproiut. It i

the root
1 dos' want to spend

opens up a vast new and fertile of mj life explaining."-Senator A 1 Florida Industry and Institutiont
agricultural territory along the UeKitlar, Tin ft wAytrmUnl
"ol. for kifhtr Congninonal -
from fake
J entire 30 mile route .
Okeechobee to the CoastDuurrfng

war' shortage of ought t. be 4ono

materials and labor made It impossible about the way. wo vialS time InIko
to undertake certain 00_"-R."..Fred Bradltv, \

1 I types of construction: such as 1tI.:Aiqn..
the re-boiMing of bridges which '
CovoriiMOBl edict kai replaced ,
had to be postponed -
that difficulties nave been removed collective bartaining"
underway for H V. Kaltnbom, eomnuntator,
plans are
ttttl ooA ftnlct ..etle.,
main line bridges. n
renewal of 18
A This will Improve the conditionof P
the railway physical properties It .to becoming Incrtatlnglj I

reduce future maintenance: clear' that Communba U sow ".
' and materially Increase the No. I Is...In Amtrlcan trade .
St the sew
smartly equipped washrMBS an a featmre speed of both freight and .alo.lam'-TM\ Labor Onion,
epjehn tJae "-*** the
servkv ky
r urrently. being placed ta traIf C.. lM.-. f
- Rail..,. passenger ,

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' rAGE TEN: I'II I! STt'1t1rws! : Ml .\ICI'. :Martin County, ILOKIDA TIIfRSDlY. At'GCST: 29, 1943

I : SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News Items office for this before paper noun must on 300 reach Wednendi.TELEPHONE the.n

... --
" and Mrs. J. C. Anthonyand Mr. and Mrs
I I Mr.
Mr- Earl] J Ruou is leaving\ W R. Leach and .tm. William,, Mrs Ruth Stevenson and her Estates. l left yesterday morning Mr. and Mrs Arle Stuart have I Chattanooga who arrived Satur- Lloyd c
1 Wedmsdiv! imnnini. 1 for Jack- of Sewall's Point left Monday to I brother John A. Brooks of Bar- on the Champion for Baltimore, returned to their home on Cam. day. son, Jim have returned to I returned Friday night g t:

sunulli 'ti 1" -.pc 1711 i viui.il da1's.hTURT. loin Mrs Leach at their summer tow. spent last week in one of where she will complete her den Avenue from a three weeks, -C- their home, after a fortnight vacation extended motor trip .,

'" home. In Tate )'lounta1nEstates. the Surf Cottages on the ocean I senior year of nurses training vacation spent in Greenvllle' Miss Bernice Tllllngham, who in Salt Springs. north.
Tuckahoe on Lake Se- beach located between Stuart at Franklin Square Hospital. : Ala., visiting his parents, Mr has been the winter guest of -- -- --- -----

quoyah Jasper On and West Palm Beach --a- and Mrs D. W Stuart, they also I Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Burgraffof :

.. I '- Mrs. John Langberg of Sevan's visited in New Orleans. Eden left Monaay morning 1 Repair and Fix

Mini Dot Law left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs V. V. Wortham point left for Baltimore Tuesday for her home in Cleveland. I

for Lake Butler to visit her, of Fahokee and Mr. and Mr. morning to enter the John Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Klcklltei cy _

grandparents Mr. and Mrs J, A. V. Wortham of Delray Beach Hospital for an operation. and daughters, who have been Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rees of Key
r L Brown. I were the weekend guests of the --a- vacationing in Salt Springs,,. West were house guest Thurs- t Material Are Still V

A 1 SINCE I Worthams and Higbees at their Mrs. E. J. Smith jr., who has I visited their daughter Lacy Mae,, day and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Scarce: But We Will Be c

t'. 1913 :Mr and Mrs. I). L. Williams.alter I home. 300 California Avenue. been attending the second session Mr. and sihir C. Pittman in Fred L. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. '5. :ii To Help You Out With\
I Sal111e I- Mr. Rees Is with
/ spending three week In of summer school in Gainesville Orlando and daughter Herbert Material We Have C
w. Bievud and Hentiersonvllle, N. I Earl J. Ricou went to Miami is going on to Atlanta to Mae. Mr. and Mrs. William the Veterans Administration. Y Hand.
C turned Friday to their homeon Saturday by plane and trough visit her daughter Mrs. Edwin C. Miller In Melbourne, ",'ho'Ith aMrs "
r -'r9 'prdalleID Akron Avenue I his daughter Chee Chee Rlcou Pollard. jr.. and Mr. Pollard and her two children accompaniedthem I Jame-H; Reardon of Port ASK US-WE'LL DO C
home with him, Suncay after- see her new grandson home Friday. Mr. Miller Sewall and her grandson, James r 'w. t I BEST!

QUICK R .lEriTrrSymptoms :: noon !Earl!: Dyer Ricou flew to -a- and their son. Douglas, came H. Reardon, HI of St. Lucie Estates I
IIt'ntali take Miss Rlcou back. down\ for the week end and Mrs last for Spring
of Cltti en Arlsh'from Miami to : Jane OXlel: and Jean Robertson left week
of Hot Sound were weekend Miller and the children returned Lake N. J., to visit her son and CasaLumberC
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tyner guest of Mr. and Mrs. KarlKrut'ller with them Sunday. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. i

DUE TO EXCESS ACIDFrirBookTelliefHomcTroatKKr.t'iiM: and her mother. Mrs. Clara of St. Lucie Estates -a.- John Reardon.

lor Information Rushing who have been vacationing Jule and Bonny Faye Burnett, I PHONE 66
Real Estate Insurance Mutt Help or it Will Cost You Notlilnccn.rtn in Daytona Beach havereturned Mr. and Mrs. Al Bursonl of returned Thursday to their homein Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kidd Dee
: "f'"I'1' nI, h",nl ."f",", Wilt. .MMiI \ to their home on Denser West Palm Beach were" weekend Jacksonville, after spendinga Law Emily Beach and Jimmy I
'I'It I I 1. Ml I J AI'I I II ulu
M J I i n. 11 I. i" Ic pI I If.vrni I.
Write or See |''' "i*,,I n.. -v.i .,no. ,iiCt,, .mcHmi Avenue. guests of her sons and daught week visiting their cousin, Mrs. Chappelka motored last week to
,... ,. I
I Duedi.n.1 UI J I i CiCMiAcMPoor
Olltltlon, Sour r' Uplrt ttomnch.- ers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. C. Crews and Mr. Crews at Lake Wale to see Bok Tower,

JOHN E. TAYLOR O',,III.".'lll .,' I The Rev d.J..t-;. Wilfred OAldrldge Higbee and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. their home on Okeechobee Road. and also visited Cypress Gardens I

Osrcaln RIll 1:. Phone IOU .\-l, I ,, "Willard'i Mc.it.rr". nl1' uU. lull> I: who have spent the Hl bee. -a- I
"' t '
STVART "BRUNER'S"PHARMACY summer in the north are expected -- Miss Flora Stanley has arrived
Stuart Flonda home the last of the Mr. and Mrs Erwin F. John- from Miami to take the position Thomas : Vickers jr left ra+
------ week. wick of West Palm Beach have of Martin County school nurse, last Wednesday on the Champion irlJry/I AreddM {, /I/ITuART
---- I rented an apartment In the and "will make her home with" for his home in Philadelphia I
French Apartments on St. Lucle after spending three weeks
her brother-in-law and sister,
I Mr. and Mrs W. L. Sullivan
Crescent, Besiey Addition. with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F.
Mr. and Mrs Arle Stuart.
of Eldorado Heights and his
The Finest I Hunter and their two sons.
Enjoy -a- I .
brother. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sullivan .
I Patti Detrich, daughter of Mr. -- --
: of West Palm Beach spent Mr. Ralph Hartman left Fr'1day / FLA
and Mrs. O. J. Detrtch of Green ,
'' for Cashiers, N. C. to be the
'the weak end In Jacksonville
Cove Springs arrived Wednesday Fort Pierce: Florida
house guest of Mrs. Ted Chamber -
with their parents. Mr. and Mr
FOODSCOCKTAILSAT to be the house guest of the Phone 782
S. U Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan is I The LIGHTHOUS
very Ill. Earl Rlcous of Eldorado Heights. -a- FREDERICK L. PORTER

I Earl Dyer took her home by Charles L. Burgreen, who I Is Foot Specialist:
I h plane Monday. conducting services at St. Mary's I I Room 204 We Take Pleasure in Introducing: To Stuart
I Mr and Mrs. Charles Chrls- Sunrise Theatre Bldg. the Dance Music: of
THE -a- Episcopal church, during the 1,
topper and twin sons Tommyand
Edgar K. Martin left Saturday Rev. R. M. Fenton's vacation, left
Blllv have moved to Osceola night for his home in Fiqua, Monday morning accompaniedby "The Dave Earle Trio"from
Avenue and are occupying one
Ohio after spending two week"
his brother Robert for Avon
Blue Goose of the Eigenzlnger. houses. at his summer home on Indian Park where he will be In charge Miami
River with Mrs. Martin.
of the choir
Mis H. Edwin Rogers of West I A6SZAAnS 31
aMiss Saturday Night Aug.
Palm Beach Is a house guest of Arthur ,
21 MILES NORTH OF STUART Ruth Kelly has arrived Mr. and Mrs X. Schou- I
; Miss Maude Harrington, at High from Washington to spend her ten and children, Barbara, Sally t 'U'UFS.'ss'r .
Specializing; in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious: point Lodge Sewall's Point. vacation with" her brother and and Blon have moved here from I Monday Night, Sept. 2

-a- sister-in-law.. and Mrs. Paul Jacksonville and rented the Er- '!
Western Steaks. Mrs Arthur W. Brown leav- Kelly at their home Mel-Bar genzlnger house on Osceola i DINING ROOM OPEN 12 NOON 12 MIDNIC

ing tomorrow night on the Fruit Farm. Avenue.

Bar e. Package Store Grill streamliner visit her brother for Ogden and sister-in-Utah to Miss Ida Albracht, who has Mr. and Mrs.-C-Lee Roe of Atlanta I ABSTRACTSTAX DANCINGWith

law. Mr. and Mrs L. A. Herdti.C been visiting !Mr. Edwin A. Men- Avenue moved Monday to INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS AND TITLE

\ finger In Cashier, N. C. for the their new home. 218 Seminole I

-' --- --- --.- --- ..- -- Mrs. Ray Brown and children, past ten ""weeks arrived home Avenue. Their daughter, Ann TITLE INSURANCE
I Billy and Gwendolyn, left Thursday Saturday.. Lee who has been visiting her I FLORIDA PASCHAL'S RASCALS
to join Mr. Brown at their aunt Mrs. Ray Martin and Mr.

home in West Palm Beach. Mr William C. Armor, who Martin in Norfolk Va., has returned ABSTRACT CO.

I left Friday for Daytona Beachto to her home. JIM KENNEDY THURSDAY & SUNDAY NITEl
Mrs Ed Burgess and daughter. visit her father C. H. Lapsey -a- Prt.id.nl

Virginia returned Tuesday from returned to her home in Eldorado I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Whltlca STUART, FLORIDA
I Atlanta where they have been TMffht.1 Tuesday.. and daughters. who have been
coo .. ''o..y .. rn0t. t. s. .i CA", visiting relatives. ihp; ; -I.Rdf ;lc : -
a -- vi u e .

I I 1---- Fuge. of Royal Palm S. I)., are stopping for several I
,v Mrs L. M. Johnson and daughter Co. returned Monday days in Chicago en route hometo i

t Jill returned last week to ,, visit Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grove,
fR :;,. .\ I their home in Eldora Height -a- residents of Port Sewall duringthe I thl T H I G H e1/ri'/
I from visiting her oroiher-ln-law The many friends of Mrs Mar- war. They are arriving this a
fi Io... "That shiner, isn't any and sister Mr. and Mrs. R. J. geret Hay and James Fjfe of week.

I Smelling in Decatur. Ga. and Cutchogue. L. I. will be interested -a-
thing compared with
't relatives in Warrenton in the announcement of Mrs J. F. Roberts manager of

r.1-'V"1;' ;;'_ the new Electric appliances I their wedding on AUK 3. at the the Flamingo Hotel has been

.....';t .t4 j, r' ;..." '" Patsy Ann-Mariotti. of Kobe home of hLs son and daughur- vacationing in Chattanooga and
-.-.......,..";.,' o+: \1/> at the Electrici sound is the house guest of her In-law. Mr and MiRobft Nashville is now entertaining her

f: '. l: :; :;;1; Service and Repair Co." aunt Mrs. Bernard Hlnson and Fy'teof Silver Springy: Md daughter Mrs. W. M. Land of
,. ; _
.: -', -' ;: Mr Hlnson of Eldorado HeightsMiss ----
...::..:-.. I -a- I
i I Betty Jo Thornton of

Chattanooga. Tenn.. Is the guestof LUMBER j VETERANS I
Mrs J. Stewart Roberts, at
I the Flamingo Hotel ,, e r
: Mr and Mrs. Andrew 0 Pitt- IF YOU HAVE PRIORITIES, SEE 4 tl ar J 1 h'I

A man jr who have been the I
1 I \quests of his parents on California -
Avenue, left Sunday morning / 1L
r for Gainesville. Mr. Pittmanwill Building MaterialsWE

go to the University of Florida -

to get his degree in Physical WE WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOU II Ir I
-- -
Mrs. Harris Lowrey who has

been attending the second session I
of summer school at the

University of Florida In Gainesville -

J. is returning home Satur- L I

day I Ir v
-a--- I
STOP WHEEL TRAMP Miss Fern (Sunnyi I COleman s.s .
who spent her vacation herevisiting |

AND TIRE WEAR I her parents. Mayor and |I u>+
Mrs J L Coleman of St LucleCloth \, tvcRnNlNO ro.uao row Moult
-- -- TO CHIP row* CO '


NOT DRIVING ___GROWERS__ ot .. ooo=

T SURF YDU/RE,q CRIPPLED C11Rtr ,".;,:!/I.if'J!././j"I't""" '"'.'t"asp"o-", -. --f r.T e-. Victory;; ; BarOPEN ;

o' b5P 4 '! frpit I
sir "may h.vo unl n1.nr0d,
\\'h.1"hili. without,,' you know.nw. I. TREES f iKI DAILY
.hmmy end fire wwr en
unbaron".1 Iwo lonwNoo whrnh, end which rotlY .hould trult. be ofL \ .11 1 FROM! 9:00 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT -
L corr rtrd
l"mMJi.telll' to "mehe
Your II
wr Even ore t. dour, -. :-... 'i I SUNDAYS 5:00 P. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT The Southern Bell family is made up of the South' population when rod
be.ome unLol.necd On when ftew drh ens lne ftllY G;; I II of a whale of a lot of folks. As far member III i W
.n as
picture each
bed.rr.pny roueh, rutty.a 'orb.rood., .........o.bon-I"n.hlltinlt/ or a S PACKAGE GOODS we know h'i the largest group employed own family telephone circle and count about
.pot n the tree4
Rl'NSISa BALANCE TEST I ITo by any company In the nine four noses to the family. You lee, di'
Drive In tod.y .nu w.11 put eM I Southeastern states all Interested '
of your wino on our awn D. m"/1 \ rectly or Indirectly, they're
saes.CernNlan r.5dltonr.f d.n nne n.mm. t...Wh1.. Tho II&I.n..r Auh1n5, "N""n for" a Ey.r.II'' ( i MARINE ROOM-BAR I Operators, engineers accountants, In giving :you the kind of telephone

.hero by Ihrw feet. en.blw you. to. ... for .ounol' tM maintenance, construction, business night and W
service want
.n rru.n.blYprfr.d rest out of bd.nre oendnlon. 0' 1 :you
,our wheels Whn I It b.l office and administrative personnel friendl
W. $V.eWue .. Dear aner4. on tin. mlChoe, err DANCING NIGHTLY TO 12:00 P. M. g Telephone people are your
.... ... there you
S..eke er A'.1lenehy '.n'.d' 10 h. \""r.ctAd..r'Wl4 I] are 4SAOO busy telephone people. and kind of folks
__, neighbors-the
'It TIME nil '''C'd 'to over 0
r.miret yrr heur. / r h ... ..... NO. 1 MIXED DRINKS But that's not all. The number quickly like to rub elbow with. You alwsyt

u I ) r I grows to an astonishingly large voice with*w "
4erAR part know them by the
Ralph Ulmer Motor Co. $$3.50; Paper $2.50 Ii
Order from I Victory Dining RoomOPEN ...
400 Old Dixie Stuart Phone 9141 lNt
Flowering Tree Man" ] DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS UQO..oQo

Stuart Florida 1 : ====.ot7eo47o..8 u.v'


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. 15 Millions Pa: enoot1.. \ /
Got !
From icnooU
lit Le open Stp t'.: which Mr and Mrs. Charles Leighton making his home in I returned to the home of her there Aug. 20th and Is awaiting via Cleveland, Ohio, and Atlanta -
I' are on vacation and are visiting Beach Florida and
Li Gambling in 'A"IlLi own rece Eyed here in Atlanta at the home of MrsLelfhtons business there. His ents par-I embarkation to the Pacific area. Ga., where she will visit
me I I
194546mO Rer Mr and Mrs.
ams :Ias.
Packard Iinrrlaoa 1. \ parents i W. Tucker, has joined He reports that he may go to The Savannah, first U S
and daughter are now I
. Qf
ICht a ves7r pleas- Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Russell of lar Navy and Is home Stuart. Korea.Mrs.. seamer cross the Atlantic, I
aa1.rr Melvin Falloff '
1; nt farfca:: ,lt;jocted $15- I Mrs Harry Segerstrom re ura- nesne. Tcun.It art thetr Aa4tist! N. New Bedford, Mass, have announced will be stationed at ;, known as "Skipper,"Isenhower !is with- Jack List, now vacationIng was lyto32 tons, as compared t !
j rom horse ed leaking for- the birth of In Michigan, has reported "a ot the !
'IS 1/1/ "t' Thursday from a nonttos> wart to anon a son born 'I Catherine Tucker them Mrs. Rosbury Is the 28000 ton America, largest -
p1ly 01 'ae;; ,nd I tat alairtr. visit with friends in New Jersey Iahpy Meads U1 nwettee their Aug 18th Mrs Russell U the discharged from the former Mary Hildebrant wonderful trip" She Kill return U. S. merchant ship I
)] ]945-46 sea- and New York. Her da"ib11f'r. bIs IIIUDcI.. work here tray and former Virginia Tucker, daughter -I Wave, she served In I Russell Day, now at Fort Law- -- I
.oJlI1g its take Miss Connie a.s pastor of Mr. and Mrs.Charles Tucker In Naval I I
Off IDa) Segerstrom remain of 1M tTa.oc.: hospitals. ton near Seattle, Wash. arrived
> ,ason In hls- ed In New YOrk OOtlgtegatdeaai<< formerly of Palm City Farms I !
pff\10li lor a cusjaiu.MJ: .
;; ...fly revealed longer Robert Tucker has \I
U .1 "V .11 I Been discharged rr Replacement
visit.Mr. 1Gb! Building t-1
of the LtIcI11e and Mrs. "
port from .
I Navy Service
snnua Commls- and Mrs Robert Clark and Ho Tin were hIm Beach JET uS SEE E ME,ot I ;
; SUitt R 11111 children, Elizabeth and Robert! nsttorc tar employed for the season at THE DARLIt1G RAPID '
past week. WIRA I j
Jr., arrived Thursday from Lex Chautauqua, N. Y. He plans on To : Costs Have Increased!

date l.hr", horse tracks. mIltOn Mass ana will
spend t the
3ehk pfratlm lo.day season Winter here. _=: E ARE YOU I
,,Jroduced $9- Stuart Office
Iflat Jerry
I Snipes U altrnduat\ and AERIAL
.. total, with I
e0f Bartlett Bros.
11 01 Boy's State at

t Mont .rlbutlng, much$4-as was sent by the TaUahas.Jensen Beach Jerry,1 PHOTOS ,e.yyti t1 I I $ 234 Seminole Carrying EnoughINSURANCE e
23alm Legion Post.
hit r',, ,.It. put to- Miss Verna I PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP Ave, d
Gamble Wnrnrt'\ YOU MAKE THAT ? I
'p the Com- I
Friday from
a visit with mistives SALE
'J i aW 1klet or ratb in Mounds. PROMPT.
.no re Jerry McElfresh! left Saiurdajr THEODORE DEHON & SON

aresn P t. .It Hallanittdeo for Camp O'Lena where he vUl TROPICAL PHOTO I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE I
11 .t ate coffers attend the football! training 209JPS'
camp j
32.0) "u tropical) Park for two weeks. I I !I
., Bldg Not To Western Union STUART,
turned $2.113
GaG ;
11 Mrs Charles Alderman + FLORIDA
was nB '
rh su days the hostess to her bridge club Friday I .._ ___ u....,..,, .
track ", ,"t-d was 20tote afternoon at Seymour IDn.

n" any previous Present were Mrs. Arnold Taut ,
torso. .nip season. Mrs. Seymour Gideon Mrs R.I I I DOLLARS [ PATRONIZE
en ac>> liCk.through\ S Robertson Miss Elizabeth

1 litat. Muted $5,647- Robertson, Mrs E. J. Ward, Ma. SPENT IN tl1 HOME FIRMS
,Ut' In a rec-
Adolph Hertel.
Mrs. Chuck Alderman COUNTY
.son em eluded .um- and the hostess MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU
;) dcb In 1945 I
'ate II Members
or the
aK rom Its lone STAY AT HOME
ate Legion
Auxiliary met in the THESE SERVICES
, sl! trot> "Miami a- I
Sunday School rooms of the
$2C cC5 1 1)1i.ll
/4 w
Church Monday
night All ladies
U.' .nntor among '
brought sewing and sttrgeitioas,
\1 t that the Miami for different articles to be sewed ,, Web I
Ktnne ''LJ which re- for the Christmas Joy Bei- I' Ordway ROYALPALM BE MOREGLAMUNUUS
Uncle Lance Brothers
1 tots I '::196,359.81 for Several' members
nn0, Oi... ''niter me-ets. displaced MotorsA .
pieces already completed and' E.-.f T.j.c.et.. NEW GLORY
,est ftat! Kennel Club with the great enthusiasm being I -,_etZJJ::> DCALC FOB fr. "t ,,o, rtht, lithe by .% ". S,.n.lOut.,. n.poduel po.etlv.ly RestaurantGOOD M
rt ..::1U 'Ielc' 8D2.996.93 In shown, the I FOR DULL b I
box will be filled\ and FORD FOOD
;It 80-an lSon. I ready to be sent to the hospital: Our dear Uncle Sammy was a LIFELESS ,
1111t or + "-"= .____ Pleasant HAIR ('"
peal rev- MLO *>D ItaVKt Atmosphere i
of this
district mite
at the set date' gayer before this new
'roducp, t acing In any I I The surprise package donate ; j" wo [rrc PARTS SALES ;: bomb was evolv, and "Fightln'Sams Friendly Service
.. teas $6,794,336- by Mrs. Mabel Xelcoske was WRECKER SERVICE SERVICE whiskers art apt to bereyer MILE NORT OP STUART LittleBeauty

.dt n I+3.44 season won by Mrs C. O Richard! alterin Boot) utrAtxs PHONE 9124 befor' this touch problem Closed all day every

,mmlSs; tort lndlcat- i the evening the ladies joined PHONE 9142 KRUEGER BLDC. Is' sohed Ere a solution he Friday Shop

members' of the Legion in the finally sees he may wish he d lea S AKRON AVE PHONE S* !

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiKEN I I I l i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Town Hall There at the request dropt smaller ones at 'um to
of the Post Commander Gene E. brine his mean enemies down
NEWS Hoke. W. C. Jonnson addressed HOME I BUILDINGs PITCHFORD'SCAMP the'r knees, an' left all In-
the joint assembly telling. them th' atom'Thers Jensen Hdwe.SURE Stuart
Chariot. .
Br, Hellieriiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimi
IG that a tract of land comprising always a price that one .
approximately five acres on the HIGBEEVORTHAM& has to pay for diggln' too deep Service Station
-;Ji>! Hen .. spending hill recently occupied by the ...OIlIlINTCottarea science-now Uncle must

fb <'r camp near army, known as Camp Young \ and Boats bust up th' Biff Five Alll- TRY THEMTHEY GULF PPODUCTS

had been donated to the American WHOLESALE .n4 RETAIL his new secret, they say, ARE MORE THAN TIRE REPAIRAND
mo Mr Harry Booker Legion Post No 126 by Mr. I Central) Contractingand Seafood I don't see it thataway-

cblUrei Barbara and C. B. Arbogast of Stuart and Repairs Bait For Sale by a got-dern'! I'd leave 'em APT TO HAVE IT.
3 ol DaOhio, are that this site would be used to, tflgger It out-for by th' time Quick Road Service
Broker Mrs Laura erect a home for the Legion and P. O Box &32 JENSEN BEACHAT f methods they'd learn, we'dsomethln' Jensen Beach W. G REIN Mgr.
:Jura. I'n, an the Auxillar. Each memberof Phone 144-R COUNTY BRIDGE \' better, no doubt! ACROSS FROM STUART NEWS

and Mr' v TVorthamWioke the Post and Auxiliary wart Nations, like people In each

U', spending a to extend to Mr. Arbogact ttoe-r neighborhood you us"I.tory, ar' made up of bad, along

.i Wttt t end Mrs, Joe appreciation and gratitude for I JOINMARTIN with th' food, ther mystery! Ther' be a few folks COMPLETE '
Sand (tat! his deed SUNRAYJALOUSIES
generous in providing Electric and Refrigeration Stuart
."1. .1.... I ". __ .. _.. arunnln 'round loose In th'r place by th' law and
formulated ;; secure fund ;; recent events is be look on with awe! Job Too Or
CHAMBER of Large Auto CampModern
erect a club house. We're not cruel proves that-so decent ones Too Small
Another feature of the rrec .
ling was the raffling off of a mj .AotS" 11.;' ay Y.t.raarI. Ho1 Ll.c: Oa.1.erss have naught to fear \ jumpd in, at th' drop of th'hat HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC Cottages

I made and donated by Mrs. Kenneth SU. RAY SHUTTERS: Every Progressive ,, t' fight for th' dear, but we don't go aroundn'Houlin' CO. And Trailer Court

I Jackson Bill Johnson won Isn'U1U R. mID: Interest in This a chip, or try to cow-so, totin th' atom, Phone RENTAL, BY MON1H nay, WEEK 011

l ; the rug and the sum of twenty the !u raT Shutter Area at Uncle Sams hip, Is "' all-and nOW'! lobe Day Sound 3271 ALL CON'.ENIENCESGLAIR
five dollars was added to PresidentT.
Product and BAKEROld
Auxiliary treasury At the coo- T. Oughterson Nite Phone
DUI.{ Plion.
II Hi.W.y (121JOHNS
elusion of the meeting refreshments >. r A*-. r o son W Stuart 185iHerby's

of sandwiches and cold) L

I I drinks and juices were served to I I

Legion ladles Members by the Auxiliary CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT SUMMER SPECIALby Quinn's ROYAL Lunch SEE

Mrs. Gene Hoke and two VollrathFOR
Bu.lr... and Mon',
> Worklnf
daughters returned last week- I..... TaxiACROSS i ....,<. Meats, POINCIANAWaterfront
from North Dakota where the Excellent Food Lunch and Dinner'sTRY
has been visiting relatives.I INDIAN: RIVER BRIDGETO CottagesOne
HOwt MADE Fr15ewwza
Of "Flald.s Finest-
Jt1CT1ClN G" Summer RatesDAY Cu.comrr. CU.n. Ourl.oui,
Palm City News UUlCUJ: : Drttitts: $2.00 Up To 5 People Jensen WEEK or MONTHJ. Ell Id.nt S.rvie. FIXTURES.
DAY I L C. CLEMENTS' HoAkMt Wedaaeelay Or Sunday Slu.rl N. Paper. For S. MICHAELSON YOU CALL IS: FOR REPAIRS
Br A It.......
,. .oil o.- ocoI I FEOE: >.... asswayStandard 'JO TO JENSEN PHONE JENSEN BEACH PHONE IS<.W Federal HI.Wax No. I PHONE 265

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mares

announce the arrival of a daughter I

Virginia\ Eloise, born July
25th.Mrs Oil THE STUART NEWSIs SIGNSPHONE Let Us Repair Stuart Taxi

Mabel Pinney of Arlington -

N. J, left Tuesday on the I Co.SERVICE Offered to YOUI .JJ :- That Bicycle
Champion for her home after \. .. SERVICE
two months here with her mother \ STATION $3 FOR ONE YEAR j 1<'i I. 103-M NowAll

and brother, Mrs. Ida M. Penney GAS, OIL U..AT1ON $5 FOR TWO :a : : One Block South RalphUlmt"r' Prompt Dependable
and LeRoy Pinney. Miss rats nAMUXiC. pousurw; F Work dBill's Courteous
Pinney Is a teacher of art in the COCJLAL Mora TV;E-4-P Garage
FVCL PVW a FACTS Of Keep In Touch with The Friendly Bike ShopAt

s-- jM attn with what goes on in IN Chas. BoxwellFRANK Stuart Taxi Stand PHONE 149
i11 Ralph P. Chandler Martin CountyIIdeal Post Office
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Windstorms Destruction.Deal Beef Oat : FOR" of all kinds and Boat Houses ROAD AND MARINE CON I ,

May Be Ripped Off.Chimneys AMCONCRETE>>> Roof RepairingGeneral I All Types Of Marine TRACTORS I .

BI... ITEMS Good. Phone 110-J ConstructionIvan ,, LAND CLEARING ,
y Down, Trees Mar '' [ FOR We Pick IP And Delivery Stuart GRADING
Crash Through Win HIRE STUART RECAP 404 Colorado Ave., Taylor I

down Roofs and ROW I. L. DECKERDIXIE 3_ c ) Headquarters i. R. POMEROY: Phone 9141 and Leave P. 0, Box 474 ESTIMATES SUBMITTED I

II Tou Have Only OVBPROTES3OV For Fishermen ... .. Menage I PHONE 104-J I II .
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Amoco Gas & I i Cabinets and all small DRY CLEANING t

Every Kind .1 5e TO $1.00 STORE The Place Where I I I ELECTRIC SERVICE appliances. Radios EXCLUSIVELY \

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Insurance osc..ut t foteoon.fxcrr MARTIN COUNTY
Friend. Meet" PHONE I I'
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State Trying to Protect Bream and Crappie'

I In Okeechobee, --- ;. Decision Due at Jax. Today, I FREE !


By ERNEST LYONS water fish from closed waters to have the additional advice ofa been made In fact the ruling
The State of Florida Is at
and their sale as 'coming from marine biologist. incorporate it, that catfish be
present In the throes of conservation Lake Okeechobee or the St. One of these committees, com caught only by handllnea or
growth: the Game & Johns" It was Impossible for II posed of Rep. Bill Hendry of trotllnes, but that solution em-
Fresh Water Fish Commission the commission's wardens to Okeechobee, A. A. Beck of Moore phatically does not satisfy the
has taken a forward step the toward prove where the bream and Haven, representing commercial commercial operators They are To Persons Interested in Coming to This

further safeguarding crappie came from [ fishermen, myself and James I willing to make numerous concewon8but
fresh water fish and saving them But, shortly after publication Ober, Miami, representing not to give up the
'1 for the sportsman with a resultant of the ruling, a great howl west sportsmen, and Dr. Walton bream and crappie or eliminate
., hue and cry to the effect the Lake fishermen chief the seines and
up from Smith. Miami scientist ( traps.
O that the commercial fishing They said, again, as In the case executive of the departmentwhich I Section of Florida for Sport FishingA

industry in the two largest of the black bass that their Industry sent Marshall on the survey tol1.h l's'Q
bodies of fresh water In the would be ruined by talc i met at Okeechobee Monday : :

state "will be ruined." ing the perch and bream from I of this week, and is reporting today -
To get a proper background the catch They further enlistedthe I at Jacksonville where the I iht loqk
on this picture It Is necessary to aid of sportsmen's groups commission has called a caucusto \

go back to 1911 when the taking around the 'Glades and in Palm hear the sport fisherman's burly over there Handbook for
of any fresh water, fish In any Beach county stating that more 1 side of this story. ,

of the lakes of Florida by netsor black bass are present in the A preliminary committee meetIng I Game Fishing in
traps was prohibited by legislative Lake now than ever before, argue !I supposed to have been held 'r'" FO FfGN I
act. This inclusive measure ing that their taking of so-call here last Thursday turned into -15Mll South Florida
which would have settled I II I
ed rough fish: gars mudfish and j a "rump" session inasmuch as
the Issue long ago was nullified I turtles-and even the removal I I neither Ober nor Dr Smith ,

however so far as Lake Okee I of the catfish, bream and crap- I could be here-but Hendry Beck lllillli i frrr I
chobee and St. Johns River pie were factors: causing the bass and myself gave a day's studyto -
I .
north of Volusla Bar were concerned =-. --
supply to greatly Increase They the problem with Lou Betz- -
by the passing of another further argued that they had I ner of Belle Glade, Elmer Burgess -
legislative act which term "cleaned house" on chopping and Arthur Phiel of West The other fel.,..'. ecoiomtr!
ed these salt waters (despitethe bass for bait and various other I S Palm Beach Fishing club, Ken- grass may look greener, to lu .because -
fact that they are fresh) it'a\ farther: away and djliberatety :-
abu.es'Ith the exception of neth Woods, conservation agent .
and placed them under controlof this practice by a few rebels In I of the Okeechobee area, and in mystery 1;, }hs.
the Shellfish Commission now I But"before w* fall in lovo with
their ranks and offered to abide Earl Ricou, chief officer for the .
known as the Florida Conservation by various regulations, such as I commission in the Fourth District .| ber any that foreign"isms"let's, !In spite of temporary remem- ,

Board. Increase In width of mesh and sitting in. I I 11 troubles 'we have 0 o sweetest
The Game & Fresh Water size of fish marketed the I At this writing-and speaking set-up on earth right here according
Fish Commission was thus removed sportsmen would Join in urging strictly for myself as an outdoor I to all facts and figure,

from any active controlof that they allowed to keep the I| writer and conservationist from Right now we have nearly 61 a v'
these waters except as concerned bream and crappie-and con the sportsman's viewpoint it million people employed formally p 'F
sport fishing and duck tinue to use the seines and traps. appears to me that a long hard with only 7 per cent of
shooting on them, and for a The sportsmen's groups in their battle Is still to be fought, and the world's population w. bare
I 80 cent of the automobiles,
great many years there was no immediate region held meetings that one of the prime factors Is 60
of all
cent 60
regulation of any sort enforced with them to find "a common I to return Lake Okeechobee from' per cent of all I life insurance pol
on the lakes Hundreds of thousands -I ground" the latest being a fish I its false salt water category and idea Before the war we used 75 1947 \
of pounds! of black bass fry at Belle Glade, and as a result I incongruous management by the Tier cent of the world's silk. V* '
bream and crappie were seined |I; of this mingling we are witneesing salt water Conservation Boardto II had 1 radio for every 3 people,
and trapped along with the cat. against 1 for every 00 In Russia. Edition ,
I at present the paradox Its rightful category as freshwater < t
fish, the black bass forming an I' of various sportsmen's groups and rightful complete And we still hat* more freedom ,
important part of the commercial leaning strongly toward thecommercial management by the fresh water I; and less harness on us taaa / 11
other people on earth. k
catch. I any
fisherman's view. board.. It is certainly going to
Then along about 1937 another' The black bass factor is probably' be one heck of a mess If one { QUOTES ,
Legislative Act was passed prohibiting the main reason for such view board has power on the lakes k ; "

the sale or shipment quite a number of the sportsmen and another is constantly on the OF THE WEEK
lor sale of black bass wherever 1 I believing sincerely that the bass alert to supervise the fish com '

caught in Florida. The black i supply II not Injured by the netting ing out of the lakes. This should 5 ? .
bass was to be strictly a sports The saving of the bream sensibly be step No 1 In any "0 boy-it's a girl!"-JTen-
man's fish, which it is and crappie as game fish has' conservation program. net, Hindi, Tilton, N. //? 011
tOdaY-I' birth of a daughter, fine girl( i*
but when this ruling not loomed very largely In the I As for the return of the bream Hindi family in ft year
enacted a tremendous howl went minds of the 'Glades-Palm Beach and speckled perch to the sports
up from the commercial fishermen area sportsmen, the gentlemen I man's possession, and the prohi- FISHING GUIDE
on the lakes to the effect I "Americans gesticulate, more
thinking almost solely of black bition of traps and seines it
with their h.nda.-
I legs than
I that they could not exist without bass when their I minds turn to appears at this stage that further Russisnoternsl at Hjia EHrtn-

the bassHowever fresh water fishing. I scientific study is necessary.I burg, after visiting rte
they managed to do In the interim the Game & do not believe that the com
pretty well, and the Industry Fresh Water Fish Commission mission or the sportsmen desireto Distributed By
I Is th
"Farming today one rf *
continued-although sportsmen secured the service of a marine wreck the catfish industryof most hazardous of all orrnpa.lions. .
j throughout the state still com- biologist Nelson Marshall of the the big lakes. Is It not possi- ."-Drs, Youny and Ghorm- Martin
plained bitterly about large nets University of Miami, who made ble that the commission could Icy o/ Mayo clinic se. accidents County Chamber of CommerceStuart

being dragged over spawningbeds a SO-day survey of the two large I undertake a survey to increasethe on/arms. i
and numerous other alleged fresh water areas-and then ,, catfish prOpagation of the
infractions of conserva- came out with a recommendation areas to such an extent that the "Competition Is the only price i Florida
tion rules, such the control that .0rl.-I': J.
as claimed
commercial fisheries commercial men themselves Howard Pena Sun Oil Co."W .
chopping up of bass for catfish of Lake Okeechobee and I would be the gainers, even i I
bait and the use of small sized the St. Johns River probably', '''though they no longer marketed I
bream and crappie for baiting benefit the sports! fish of these, bream and crappie? 'a must refrain from eaus. I
grounds where hauls were, made. areas by.
Then early this year the GameSt ulation of predators and competitors factor in this whole propositionis us."-Prci. H'tV/mm/ e;'see' ,4FL. Write for Your
Fresh Water Fish Commission particularly gars, and that more accent should be CopyOF
sprang a whlzzer. Blocked off '12i the the
thinning populations of placed by commission on the "It'a a victory fur my art.*-
from any control of the lakes crappie and bream, The latter bream and crappie as game fish Fan dancer Sully Hand after
for years by a legal ruling, the forms, particularly the bluegill! l -and that licenses should be being: freed by San Francisco
board went into the legal grab bream, are likely to become charged for fishing for bream police. THIS RECOGNIZED PUBLICATION
bag Itself and came out with a stunted unless there Is a check and crappie with cane poles. Un-
bomb-shell ruling from the Supreme against their tendency to over- 1 fortunately there is a little giml .
Court giving it authorityover populate. Also excessive population muck in water license Smokey Says: ON FLORIDA SPORT
fresh water fish wherever of these species would be a l set-up rcr frees the cane pole I WttDnRS-NO wttFruil TNfat Rt'PCTER GOES THAT !" r I

caught. If a black bass or bream potential menace to bass becauseof fisherman from paying any license Or AwYg00Y'S' PROPERTY ,
wanders down into the ocean, competition and predation on in his county of legal resi- OR RIGMrs! "' Q
i I it is still a game fish and still eggs and fry Extensive investigations dence, so, except for the flyrod ,

subject to the authority of the on size range and growth 'fisherman,, most bream and tr
commission. This at last meant rate are needed to determine crappie are caught by unlicensed -
that the commission had powerto whether the present thinning is fishermen. If they paid a license 128 Pages Illustrating All Game
control any fresh water fish functioning as desired and to catch these fish you ..d"r
taken from Lake Okeechobeeand whether It is insufficient or excessive may be sure that they would
the St. Johns despite the ." I I back up the department a hun
"salt water" ruling for those Marshall admitted that com sired thousand fold In taking
waters. It left the salt water mercial fishing practices might 1: steps to follow other enlightened Species Where They Are and

Conservation Board In controlof harm spawning to some extent, states in blocking sale of bream '
the methods of taking-unless but reported that the natural '' and crappie 'I

this writer is in error-but cover of grass and rushes tended i,| No one knows '\\'hat111 be
placed the Oame & Fresh Water to protect certain spawning the outcome of the assembly of I How Catch
Fish Commission in control of grounds, and he suggested that the sportsmen, special committees I to Them
whatever fish were caught. closed seasons would provide a i and commercial met at Wild Art is a tresps ser and thief
The fresh water commission partial corrective measure, and Jacksonville today but what- I that stasis growing9 timber and
Immediately took action to stop that breeding sanctuaries couldbe ever does happen It will be prac-1 Unrestrained young trees fin from robs being th* wood born. ,
the further sale. of. bream and established to correct the i tlcally miraculous if there land owner of his forest income -*- i iI
anuL' "
crappie rom tne lakes by adopting matter beyond question, if nec meeting of minds. Despite any I
and widely publicizing a rul- essary. He further suggested Im- argument which may be brought / JUNIOR SCCMSHAPPV
ing to take effect October 1 allowing proved esforcement of regula- j i| as to the sale of bream and aria STARTINto j
no one-sportsman or tions and educational program.All I crappie or the use of seines and TO SCHOOL ADDRESS INQUIRIES TO I

commercial fisherman-to possess in all, his report favored the I traps, the general reaction of LT'S UCAUh( I'f
more than the bak limit of commercial fishermen the sporting fraternity can be f
25 of these species, and further While all this was going onto counted on to be loud and bitter 1 UI
ruled that the use of seines and fact ahead of Marshall's survey i against the practices, and the H. B' KRAFT .,\:-' ,
traps must stop on the lakes .-great pressure was exertedon I commercial bloc can be countedon DRUG CORP. S. 'r;
This, In effect, followed the the Oame & Fresh Water to try grimly to hold on to >It
lead of practically every other Fish Commission to cancel Its i the "scale fish" and the objectionable roe. 01
state In the union-with (to the sportsman) StuoohsuPVuES
the exception October
1 ruling, Comemrclal I AND HE'S URY MlItNPItASED MANAGER 'IVO.
methods of capture. .
of Georgia. Among our fishermen, political leaders of '' MtlTNTNIM! t
neighbor southeastern states, their areas, and sportsmen who 'I'I Personally I hope very much
Mississippi, Alabama North and had been "sold" that some way can be found to
on the commercial I I
South Carolina classify bass, 1 man's view literally swampj j|[i satisfy the sportsmen of Flor- Martin County Chamber IVSE
bream and speckled perch as ed a couple of meetings of the i'I Ida that the game fishblackbass ? of Commerce S

game fish and do not permit commission, with the result that' bream and crappie are
them to be taken commerciallyor they reopened the matter and | protected; and am hopeful thata I
way can be found to so increase 111
sold. Georgia does
permit It
appears shortly will decide I
sale of bass or speckled perch,, whether to let the ruling stand, the catfish propagationof FLORIDA n 0VI
the big lake that the
but does commercial !
permit commercial sale modify it, or revoke It. Two committees -

.. of The bream decision and catfish.to stop the sale formed sportsmen of supposedly and commer-well-In- through its men being will taken not over suffer by Are You Interested in Agriculture and Industry in Florida? Write for 36-pa j 1 1II.n
the Photographic Booklet
commission but will ratherbe t
of bream Describing
and speckled perch In cial men were appointed last Farming Citrus RalS'ing
benefited. If Growing Flower
you are
the disputed areas had behindIt week to act In an advisory capacity enough to find an answer to Ranching, Commercial, RshinF' and Industry-Available Alter October 15, nilI.!
numerous reasons: one of the ) to the board, one for that riddle which will be generally Stuart Drug Corp. 1946. i Id'.t

strongest being the alleged"bootlegging" Lake Okeechobee and one for accepted come on in, thewater's REXALL STORE: .t, ,
f of these fresh the St. Johns, each committee I
., fine. The suggestion has Phone 11 Night Phone I us('


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