The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1947
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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VoIce of An American Community Dedicated; la the American Way of Life


eavy Vote Expected In Stuart City Election Tuesday

to-Financing Sought for -Stuart, Jensen Spans STATE PUBLICITY :: Interest Keen, Under SurfaceIn : :

.... .< --- HEAD.STRESSES I 3-Man 5-Man Commission


.j Recreation ,. ....... (
SALE FOLLOWUP F And Retention of Park Board : HI


: I With Interest;:;; Increasing

YachtingGet Rotarians Told of Extensive:I I daily, and 938 registered CITY ELECTION

ABLE PLAN 1 Work to Advertise I voters on the book- -greatest
Florida number ever eligible i for

I Funds ---- I Is Stuart poll' -* heavy vote WILL BE AIREDJaycees
The Importance of "following la expected for next Tues
eat Cods Block Chancel through' In a selling effort pro-' day's municipal election. i !

to Build Bridges j vld:d the theme for a resume Thre Important Issues are to Forumat
Separately I of the State advertising agency'swork : be d'cldcd to Sponsor
it it41ft 2 SPEAKERS DEMAND :
by Roy C: ckman, director Civic Center at
In Intensive IVi-hour dis- 'INTENDED PROJECTS' I Whether the city retains S TonightA
of the office, at the weekly
BE ALLOCATED $3,500 the present 3-man commission
Lnn of bridge-building
I noon meeting of Rotary at
InX Martin County beI form of government or substl- public forum on the thr-e
m Chlsholms yesterday
hundred dol- tules a new 5-man proposal
Commission Thirty-five questions upon whlc tithe quail-
afternoon culmin- lars in the budgeted expenditures i Bckman explained and dls- 2-Whether the Stuart Park fled lectors of the Cl.y," of Stu

day the election of a of anticipated utility playd a considerable variety of Board ll retained In Its present art will vote In the special ballot-

[ in committee which tax funds was earmarked the Information about th': State Independent form or abolished Ing hire next Tusday will be

n-man immediate steps for "new projects: yachting that his office compiles, supplies and its dutl'S turned over to held at the Civic Cenfr at t

lard take evolvingsatisfactory and recreational facilities'instead I Interested parties and uses the ct'y government tonight. The forum will be under

of',City, County and to advertise Florida nationally; 3-Whether a municipal re- the sponsorship of the' Junior
ian.rd I
II I financing 1
: .. School Board Projects" by Prominent In this material Is a i quest for raising the publicity Chamber of Commerce as a
to this sp clal group -- - --- -- \
Commuwfon new booklet which he t'rmed mlllsige from 4 mill to I mill
A. P. "Bert' the City at a I feature of its intenslv cam-
Zack Mosley Although there's sallflshlng, here mouth Io the "th finest of Its type In ixlstence ,
Arthur :Dehon otfcrt every year hearing on the Appropriation I shall be approved paign to get out a large Tote
get' and this catch the other day marked the beginning ot the fall sail' Ordinance at the city ," In It are 107 !full-color I It ma 1 tnd 2 were Legislative !! Tu:sday by citizens well Inform
Larva Jennings Harry ..... ..
fish season-with the fishing expected U be progressively "hot- hall last night, -- I photographs which display fell Introduced by Rep. Mar- ed on each issue
and E. J, Ward of Jensen I
ter from till Its winter-time Pictured above left to JOSEPH j. TWITTY phases of activity In the State vln 11. Rowell In the last Legls-
th and H. McRae Saunders I now peak. The change In the last 'section I he and make It 1 Senator Evans Crary will be ,
Indlantown In addition toktor right are Jerry Smith, host on his cruiser Dis-Graee Pat Patterson of the proposed ordinance I explained an lature When It was requested moderator, and a panel to lead
t..I.| Tv.itty, 52. native of Pel- unusually attractive publication
I by the Jaycees, Oardrn Club and
Evans Crary who will Cap Bob Fulford and Lynn Simmons. Patterson who resluted after a determined is I the discussion will consist ofRpreaentativs
ham Ga, the new districtengineer H' told of which have other he to affix(
Vgal, adviser The commitwill taught the 7-foot I-Ineb sail pictured, and Simmons the I-foot. evening-long effort by Ernest In of the Mo- j : surveys groups agreed Marvin H. Rowell! "
charge be made his office of fer ndum clause to the l
F and Arthur M. D'hon |
| hold Its first meeting I-lnrh Gold Button prize at right, are developing a cottage project : Lyons bile district V S. Corps of and Mayor Phil Pence. Jaycee
community In the State of 1000 Item 3 Is the outgrowthof
hon'$ Office at I tonight I' at Palm City: both originally cam from. Long Island that these funds be used for Engineer<< which Includes Ala- I President Ben A. R ddlnl. Jr,
which shows clause"
I population or more strangulation In
a (
what : ternrd Gts originally
they .proj of
I by Dehon It was earnestly requests every one
upon query bama Mississippi and parts of
data on every subject In a glvn the original city charter which
Iredi that th. commlslon Intended by supporter j the cltys nearly 1000 qualified
f Gorilla<< Florida and louisiana. r'community that would be of limits publicity millage to %
of Institution of the tax" whenIt
Id vottrs to attend. ;
act solely the techcncjatlon -
Many Projects Named was approved by ordinance CoL Twiltf, an Intelligence [ possible Interest to a prnspcctlvi mill, or about $1800 annually
of this special Purpose of the forum Is to ell-
11 months ago. officer on the staff of Admiral I visitor or setU:r. Principally The city commission, faced with

Nintiti World War II, I he said; these surveys are the need for additional publicity initiate widespread confuudla4Redding ,
fie necessity( of determining Lyons specifically stated such"projects" I stated, now existing regarding I
: of the industrial 1 1I which :
Aid Chamber an Inventory funds wiui to properly
For by succeed Col Mark M. Host- ,
,lancing plan arose when would Include Increased I advantag of Florida. ; advertise Stuart, sponsored a the proponed change In
the State Road outdoor recreation facilities retired the size In '
y reported Her, Jr I commission particular j
law to raise the mlllag to I b
f, els that and if feasible the His office, Beckman<< : stated, also I
ttrtrnent now : con- carrying and on the other two Iii ,w
mill which would raise about
thin, of either the new drawIn I out of expansion of marine Improvements averages 10GO Inquiries day measur'Sj to on the ballot ,
Improved entertainment and educational here came j O'O-TOCOVER Muring the season about Honda I $3.600 annually R:p. Rowell I af- appear I
the lenIn B'ach tie felt, he said. S4 The Jaycee committee In I I
In for the most consideration at Tuesday night general meeting of fixed a referendum clause to the
and has had as high as 3,400 In- I .
3 or the proposed Stuart I I'e that the city has been Inclinedto charge of ths pro}'ct Include ;t1 '
the Martin County Chamber of Commerce the of which 'a In a single day. Lists of mi(asure
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io the oceanfront would channel these funds to projects Chairman Paul Young' John U. 1i! :
was to solicit suggested projects for support by the chamber during addr:sses compiled from these Thus the people art to vote I'
not Intended to ) \.11'1'
i for 10 yean or more action originally RIGHTS OF WAYVALUES'POSTED I whetfrr to Menninger Kenneth Stlmmell \
on they are rejector
I he olh-r, However, he said its new year starting next month. be financed by this tax. However Inquiries are mad by his office 5-man commission, Joseph 8, Oreenl'es and Charles: ,;' '

|,is. suggested to him at the One speaker after another In Mayor Phil Fence pointedout for distribution to eommunltesInterr. abolish ratify a the board H, Kindred. \ jl'
I' or irep park ?
ted In
securing mailing
meeting in' Tallahassee the open meeting, many of them were other suggestions made by that more than half of the
Increase the publicity mlllage or
lists' for out material
relay that if a dual' financing voluntarily, arose to express Dehon. budgeted $12.501)) was aimed at sending : : '
let It remain the samt
|J me could by worked out I sentiment for an Increasedamusenvnt recreational ,facilities and( adJoining i Returns on this dlr:ct mailing NEWlDlfM :
ErwIn F The attitude of the city ri'I
'encouraging commission -
both structures could be I program for the,'W'.n:: the Clylc Center,. $500 1.,0,:', -- .,r.. system'art rang I
4n his opinions by0theer has been that, while It
he !
ing as high M 31 per cent,
Instead of # or county hundreds ot winter i is mark 3d for Woodlawn Park Count Holds All But 3
omt.pnr.op I Ot try, dwelt at length on reported. did not request' or favor the proposed 1(:
itbrnh visitors who come here primarily I the unconditional fact that the and 11180 for malntcnano. ; and Parcel, on State I ckman cited his office $-man change, "Its' up to i IN PRODUCTION ( :

| an audience of more than; for that single purpose present Martin County High repairs to docks Road 76 great dependence on Individual th; people of Stuart to decide* ;

rsons, largest for a comon O D. McQuade, proprietor ot School building Is totally inadequate Both sides quoted to their advantage cities' organizations In following Individually all the commissioners-

\ .session In nearly a yt ar.! the Stuart Hotel, cited the need for providing the pest the amendment to Station ;:\- The sum of $4.,100 was posted I' through on the r:piles his office ers reportedly oppose the ch .. ON ST LUCIE ,1 .

y t Initiated proceedings.with: as indicated by his experiences : quality of education here He 7 of the ordinance creating Tuesday In circuit court by attorney gets from Its advertising If possible Park Board sponsors have also ,

*rt on the Tallahassee 'parKhlch -! In his first year of operation in reportd the county simply Is the tax which says these funds Evans Crary for the three replies are localized strongly voiced their desire to .

he and A. A Hendry, Stuart. A. P t "Bert" Krueger growing too fast for its educational arc to be used for erection, County Commission to cover the for further contact and It's left I ,:* the board remain an Independent '
lily I Road Superintendent,' of the Flamingo I malnt* appraised ,valuation of rlghtg- i I S. Si S. Products, fishing '
I proprietor facilities and that only nance Improvementof up to the States communitiesto I entity as originally set: c'i'n
tided to push Installation of I Hot:!, specifically urged support through combined community recreation and boating facilities ot-way on S ate Road 78 being I do their part In following up by municipal referendum :! manufacturing firm Is n

yenaen bridge span,hHs saidwre : of the revitalized Martin County efforts can a new plant be secured ." The commission supported I sought by the county In eminent i through on the original work. If I Item I dots not carry, the' production In quarters leasedfrom
the St. Lucie River Com-
Informed the Golf and Country Club. Other that will serve to show the various parts of the $6,020 domain proceedings i There an 04 organizations InteresUd city will continue under Its 31 4 I

's bridge department esti-i speakers on the subject Included prople who are Interested Incoming for the Civic Center by contending I Crary explain' the sum paid I Irk Statewide develop. man commission form, with one I pany at the south approach to

d the desired span will bet : A. S, Blair.the Rev Timothy her: to settle that Mar- the ordinance's language In as security Is double the ap- ment which ar* bulletlnlzed new commissioner' to be elected I the Roosevelt Bridge Stuart )
| wide with sidewalks I J. Ward Kenneth the Involved! In' The firm consists of J. L. '
on J Geary, E. tin County does offer proper covers expenses praised value determined by Col. whenever Indications are givenof this fall If It does carry, three
tide, be 90 ft. long and Slmmell and Arthur M. Dehon. education securing nearby property for! John Q. MacDonald and D, S. a business' Interest In moving new commissioner will be elec- Stroud, P O Stubbs and Mary I'

1390000, 1 'Th latter went so far' as to H. M. Saunders of Indlantown recreation facilities, maintenance Hudson who were appoint appraiser to Florida and their answers If ed this fall to serve with two' Lou Hanaeur !

Ibsequwilly It was stated suggest weekly entertainment urged support for pushing the of the center and salaryfor ) by the court Sept I. Interested In a given bid greatly hold-overs on the board. The tackle manufacturing en- "

|SRD felt such an expendi-: programs for which he asserted bee-line highway from Indian- Its custodian. Upon acquisition of the rights- augm'nt his work Beckman explained If Item 2 carries the Independent ierprise originated In Domopolls

tof Jensen Beach wouldk the people literally "are hungry"and town to U. 8. 1 to connect with Lyons and Dhon cont.ndcd of-way they are turned ovr by! I park board will cease to !x- Ala., two years ago, clos to a .

out for yeare any further I are willing to pay If need the cross-State highway from boating facilities another I the county to the State Road I As 'a climax to his outline of : Ist, Its dull', to fall back on the good supply of hickory, and the !

)'deration, of the Stuart i be Betterment of the present cities on the State west coast.H. (Continued On hgt Eight/: ) Department who Is reported advertising Florida In the other I commission present firm' Is a substation of

'e. However H. B. FulU, shuffleboard courts frank dlseusslon C. Williamson urged Chamber I ; ready on short notice to get the 47 Stats, Beckman reported The polls open at Stuart fire the Demopolls Industry I

11 1, number of the SRD of th purposes for the help for those Interested In work of Improving State Road I Florida. has enjoyed undoubt- station at 7 A. M. and closeat7P The rods are manufactured '

d 1,suggested the dual flnanc-' utility tax proceeds and greater establishing Industrially In the 684 REGISTERIN 76 from U. S. I to Tropical Farms 1 ably the biggest summer seasonIn M Stuart Junior Cham. from white, straight grain. second -

plan as the only alternative between the Cham- Indlantown area, under wayHowever: Its history and he flatly pre- ber of Commerce Is con growth hickory, and attractively -

I t the' county securing both cooperation Harvey Homlar and Mri C. L. the county attorneysaid I dicted the coming winter season ducting a get-out-the-vote campaign finished In 8 numbers Additional -

onlinued' On Page/ E/fhlL/ ) ba and the City Commission- Mooney asked that Informationbe CITY SCHOOLS consent and/or deeds to! would top all others past. He strength Is secured by

sought on the "status of the three parcels of lands In the I- urged the strength of Rotary be SSA fcEFRtSE.NTATIVE HERE building the rod from onehalfthe

proposed Installation of traffic mile strtch still are missingfor i put behind ytrona. for communIty I ngth of the butt. Both
[ Social
signals at the Florida East Coast lack of information on the follow through. here to tee! A, representative of the trolling and casting rods are beIng -

1'r' Railroad crossing In Salerno A record total of 522 pupils whereabouts of the owners! All! that much more Is done tq advertise Security Administration field of- made now.
flo |fin West Beach will be
John Michaelson of Jensen were registered In the white high are all!ged to be Florida residents Stuart "than perhaps Is ) The plant has found a largo
In the court house here Tuesday
Bach suggested greater mailingof and elementary schools In Stuart but at least one had not being dons now." demand in Florida, according to J
At that time he will
at 10 a
the county agricultural and this week, It was reported been traced as of yesterday, ------------ I Mr. Stroud, who stated that .
I BULLETIN Tuesday Theodore Williams fishing booklets to Northern yesterday by Principal Erwin TJohnwlck Crary said. Ordinarily the SRD:I BOND ISSUE UNOPPOSED survivors be glad to Insurance discuss provisions old-ag and of sales have been up to capacity

Ih* August term .( countyrt pl-aded guilty to a charge of see visitors This total Includes will not proceed on such a job : No objections were raised to the Social Security Act and to sine their opening here July
| concluded this morning sault and battery and was fined McQuade also asked reduction 285 In high school grades T to until rights-of-way are secured a petition to Validate $65,000 take for benefits 10th The firm males from 150

Ih the estrcatnre .f S2M $23. Preston Coleman pleaded i of train noises In the city, and 12 and 237 In the elementary ,. he explained but It Is i worth of bonds for Indian town under applications such to 200 rods each week under the

|4 for failure t* appear Incase guilty to a charge of aggravated Krueger spoke for a wider north- grades I to 6 Inclusive, hoped It-re that the. SRI will Drainage District on which a provisions present set-up

I of the State vs. WllI" !- assault but sentence was de-I ern entrance Into the city's School Superintendent Roscoe get started with the understanding hearing was held In circuit court LEGION MEETINGThe

M. Johnson, en a charge ferred to th November term downtown area and the East 4th H. Rollins' office reported 182 that th] the,-e outstanding i with Judge A. 0, Kanner pre. American Legion will meet

Operating a motor vehicle Wilbur Henry pleaded not guilty St. bridge to the oceanfront: Ho enrolled this week at Stuart rights-of-way will be secured for siding at the court house yesterday Friday night at the new legion THE TIDES'

lie Intoxicated to a vagrancy charge, but upon: also stated he believed Chamber Training School. it In the Immediate future i afternoon home

_L-4 found guilty by the Jury: Manager H. B Kraft needed -
being =
High ... 10. for the. 0L LttleInkt
f Picas of guilty marked the he was fined $100() or M days I more help to see that all correspondence for the week ovdis-c. 8@ptVvvtb". is. .

I M ease to beheard IH The case of the State vs Lee Ii handled satisfactorily I Famed Movie Pair Here 3- Vacation N-tom 1'.1. .dd. ...I........ II Thn.1..1... tar fW be-114 high
; Week
(August )emi ot county court W, Wicker on.& charge of operating and that It Is up to the for ..d.. I it-tv 2= .." fw ". c-.I"
I whlchJudg.| Arthur R. a motor vehicle while; community to give well-warrant ......, for W, H. 1164WLH.'

It ta Is presiding this week at Intoxlcatfd I was continued for ed support to Witham Field w. t.. W.
: I which he termed one of theState's A..II P,111. "II. ".11.
house here. of term TuesdayTwo .
fourt Three Jon Hall, movie celebrity, arid. actress- and tovniamited4forutnt
ther continuances were best. 11 4,10, 6:40, 10-111 h'u '
p eight cases were eonfd term
for Including the a H. TIlton of Kobe' !Sound his Florida wit;, blond Frances Mrs. Lulu\ Lang- 0"t. n 9314, $161 Its$ ..... .
the November term given yesterday, Langford radio and movie star, UPS 4.14. 6 44 WAS '
Ih Smith charge suggested putting up signs on 8.P4.: :: 134 W 4 'm
B. A. on a
opens Kov. U and .a 15UlI State vs fordTwo
and the U. S. 1 to mark the locality of are back at their home on the years ago, aftervisitingbeAuty ...... II I,Z .,., In 1.66am

I final was to pass be beard-of thos this set for ot State assault vs. J A.and Casino battery on a chargeof Hobe Sound which h-J said too north shore of the St. Lucle River spots in most parts of ...*... 14, :,41 :..fseek. .. .2:14:... 1:4.1t .:...

mom- lare-'ny, I often Is missed by visitors. Be for I thr -,-week vacation;, With, the world, the Halls selected a # its%

I guilty also spoke of.th dire need ft them are her father and stepmother 260-acre tract of land angled In
(o guilty pleat were entertd Morrow A.Curry pleaded i THE"WE'ATH
,Mr. and Mrs C C. Lang-
better Toads In hU community. between the Indian and St. Lucle
n (to reckless driving
lintel Blakesaded a charge '
Monday, J. P -
ford, who h..-! attnded their
for Rivers and bisected by the S!-
Blair -
|>>: guilty to a charge yesterday and was fined$35. i argued greater support
extensive property Interest at walls Point cutoff road, from the
to by citizens themselves -
runkennesa and was fined ,David Brooks pleaded guilty Rio during their absence. I ht the P-i -h Peewded it
Old DlxU Highway to the Bewails
[>r 10 .days, and Howard L. a charge of assault and battery' the Chambr from Which. he John N. II.... U. 16 tromber. ebeerelt.
|> pleaded and was ..sentenced M days' said Us obvious m majority pf Tired from Jong months''of'i / Point Road. Here they Silly balk t-. rlo. .
guilty to larceny 11_ .
.' professional activities In Hollywood planned to bring to reality their T-Petto"M '
las tined $30. M. J, Constant starting with the day of his arrest people are not deriving as; much "' -- 14W._
I'M a virdtct of ISO th a civil The cast of ths State T*.' as they should :, Mr, and Mrs. Hall an dream home' specifying Martin e...i IW4 81 141is
Fsjther Oeary 'specflcallypleaded making the most of Florida sunshine County as their legal rssldenc ISwt. II It
nolle pressed
ages V Stone was
[ suit against R. Spinney John I'M .
rally asking for MOO. and Mary W. Boneuer whose bond for reasonable prices with days on the ocean Although war shortage and -. "
: I of $50 originally was estreated! during the tourist season so people beaches, on UM Gulf Stream and building restrictions have ctelayed -
Carrol Dunaeombe
|ftt'T 801 1 tot Alamal Curtis, filed appeared with"medical proof of .Ic.t l they get their,moneys In the air In $heir new, custom- th'lr plana, development to :a 1: :H nINCHU
built Revlon Saturday far has Included the enlargement
fion-siiit In a., civil damage: her Inability td appear when Uvi worth without, being "fleeced" sports! plane RAINTALA,
I In which\ defendant Lucrefnowles docket was rad Aug 1 IS and asa Edward; Vtapp spoke for support the Halls and Langfords tooka of the grove area clearing BWL 4 jf
\ i result\ .received .a $2$ refund of getting the rights-of-way flying trip to Lakeland to visit of .a site by the old welcome arch Seel. / ""its' .'!
previously sought a
her hometown and Inspect their I for a landing field and eomple-
through Stuart for the Impend-
led remaining
of the
i and estreature ,
| virdlct for .raell.
|ree!. conviction)* were gained $2& .


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,\ '1:1 S lit;; :: 'I Sailfishers Club Pompano 9-1 in Final Playoff Open'

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: 't'' : : !/ Tigers Home Opener- Likely ''JESSE ARNOLD A LINE ON. SPORTSBobby ATHLETIC BODY sketched dozen members students, present bands and At"r the Both East Casa Coast Lumber Lumber--!

Harrell One of Best negro fans will bs seated on the ply' Company will
;amt side and adult only In the materials, and rul'1l1ll!

: J {t" s;I/: To BeDelayedUntilOct. 17 GETS 10TH 1 WIN ELECTS'YOUNG west stands Johnwlck said '* would see that young.h IIij

] ; Stuarts Crew -- plan will b4 drawn up by Jack available to conW !
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\ ,; J It continued to appear tills week that Jot Fans first opportunity Ii 3wous Immediately for pre- Advertising 0U lit extern
f\ e t r f,I f' +\t ,'to, see the Martin' County High $thuol football Tlimri lum.tlua i OF CAMPAIGNS AS PRESIDENTWill School leutation Board for approval M hind be prohibited and only.

: on the fl, 1 U 1 here will btt'd lUiiytd until Vero Beach domes Br ED MENNINGEB,, JR. .persons K deslKnated' ww4
'I" After considerable {discussion lowed In It
I I : t ; viilUngoa", 17. We offer a parting salute today to Bobby "Rapid Robert" during tunes,t
.. the association adopted a motion "ipuluted t.
f' !,' : Charles' Kindred wk*I ---- ----- and Season May, End liitrrrll who left by rail this afternoon for Oxford Ohio where he Handle Grid Gate whereby It would recommend will announc t.ll'nnlnill,
l ', :i !ing to, change the Ort 3 lilt In Ki lnimee and\ St., Cloud High There Next Sunday will begin the second half o; bill teplor yeat" at MlamL Vnlyeralty Ticket tilled l ) Prices, that an unspecified portion .' games the four
ly QkftHjiouce. to Stuart. list WI.Ji: SUiiMili, the other four sellouts At3OpJlol.tunillt next week. to B. Same of the athletic department Retiring
i r {11011 mm initial aniiw rs! writ! lit In th ifllli district not In the and hardest John.
Husky Smilln Bobby was one of the most popular net profits at the nd of the reported that as of
t''1':1", \ \ tie IIKrlllUMd of uieti" M at the I mfd ute!, to urgi a district bate-running working member of the Stuart Sallflshen baseball outfit this Paul"Young was elected president year be donated the Stuart association had a June 11

:"I t \t full meeting of the Indian River mi'(tins lal r this month In the arid a breakdown til the VIM< )ear, In his II games with Manager Johnny Manns crtw this for 1947-48 of the Martin High School Band Assodalon It mis For ,he lI'hOoleu balantt
4 Confrrritte at Melbourne High hope| of organizing a district itors' pitching department High School Athletic Association also recommended that the tog on that
j '" I ummer he proved one of 1U most proficient fielders In handling County was : dot Incbm
,I : Eclnul: 1-rUUy night The ()/k echobw caifeiy.nee starting with foot. ,
J enabled the Stuart Sailfi.shers at of th Stuart playert bench on the: been $7,153 1
i and
At the meeting
I. .I ) couch brought out that It votedI cleanly 80 of 83 chances for a respectably .984 percentage a expense
; bull next year also Vial .
g.1 1 football be dared htreafIT total .
I 'I ) .. to take a decision plat he consistent threat and. hard-ball hitter. Howtverult organization at the high, school .field 'd '7,311 mm ,Jahnwlck
,' r IIP only has thr:e horn (!itmt.i j I i'on( *'h<'n of the prevent six cote : wall a. a of except the "
I f\\\/ I'' nuw! and rutting one of Uiwio off I 1 'iviioe{ wluxilH will met to from L'ompano here Sunday. -.1 an early surge he fell Into a protracted\ batting slump> that last Thursday night themselves everyone and play->'.
,. would\ be too much ot blow lo ; I The contest/ was i the,fir>t ofa him below rebounded, at Jack ICol'man ers anyone '/ CIVIC'lrBS TO PLA
,, \ a / j ;d' ct the ali-oonferenre "team In dropped .20Q before he finally! tp finish City Commissioner The 1
I fir ally approved by Coaches Klwann
',' "i ,::1 \ tit int ( However, lusIR"'1r : ', two-out of three series be- recalltls soil RIJ1.aJ1
;7y HUH a neW Noven bti All future loop meet- .242 more than 100 points below his normal. Fans here will was elected vice-presi Charles Kindred are
H and 'I h
.. ni dllk40
t r h' i ing ',yatem lur his field' ulildl. I togs will b, held In Mdbourne, tvi'een the ShauRhnrssy play. steady ability with a bat last season and his school,, athletic dent and Kenneth Stlmmel -was i iI A McCoy. .abln evlaLed conclude
\\0 $i' '" war ordered last month has not ,it wan it aided jff finalists for the South accords all show tiiarks well over 300. re-elect seer:tary, The associa.lon i A at the field this j sofiball !serla
+.. ': rtauml" and Mill' Coast lades! of novelty year third\ game on the Euf!: )t.
; 'i mat ; "; yet then' Hit unnualronf nnre basketball Icnda League IS I has no treasurer in l lieu I
Bobby broke into the Stuart lineup In Pompano June soon will be the erection over the west diamond next W'(| ,
''t'1' \ );t, t It a panslbllily! ) of his iiKuginnn ; : I tourney was awarded to 'hampioiishlp j the school treasurer, William c.1 TO U
\ : ', ,r" :' iifUr< .he turned bom. (for his summer vacation Starting that 'stands before the Oct IT horn* noon at 4. \Uoth clubs' halt
'i" tli r nt at hmw" since 1 \ Vic I
opiion Cocoa Ok echnuee reportedI Litter new -principal
The second game of theK't tilt, Stuarts 11th oe( he started thereafter I opener of a 8 by I ft press bog\ One f : tWIOI'.d> the season every lame : !
/f/ having few association
I" 'UI' a span) I fuiiilt have been granted; for and perhaps the last game of i Five members of the -
L it. : ,\:'an'; ,1t, (dater "malnlt'R uuiMljie t new gynnmalum titer th, neasoii' for Use Sallflhhtii txctpt( til",; exhibition game her Aug 10 with,, the Red Rock Colas to be nam,:d weedy by)
i r" ? ? a, ;Xinilrni !raid a (MMJUVP d', I I ana bi ke.ball will be risum'din I will be In Pompano at S p m I vhlch"' he missed when rain appeared such a certainty. 1 1I Young will handle football ticket
,i;(; I Irt: > Cliloll ''III til shift would !IJe tip ithool llt the CoiVitrurtlonl.s next Sunday. Another Stuart win. I lie divided his 115 Innings with Stuart between first base,' sales at the field gales It was For Quick wd Efficient

I, }.i'' l' it.,, lottli<'on>li>K wtMi( d '(midiiiK onW I > iiHlslK-d/ In time would add the playoff crown to "Wlvre, he played 05 Innings, and center field where he roamed for decided ,Thfl. tck3t| prices will I
1 ,' : How Ui- lIIt.uutJotlWlt/ iM'ta4 \ -'\;|I ----- Stuart's regular" s:awfn laurels; 60 frames, Be put in 19 stanzas In left field and pitched an Inning remain the same at 80 cents tor .
" I I r ; at Qtte.cholwe., \ In Hi* H("unllin " f'':; he I DANCE FLOOR BEGUN high school stud)nts and 20 u
v \y luvstntly lined ui lo imwtt a third contest at a TJ
4, i \I j i;t ;tmei'ft\ ,>lvil ly Ikllt (lla ". (Jk !i AT COUNTRY _CLUB Mite to be dilermlmd later\ Dobby fanned only five times In his. 70 official trips to home cents! for student below the 7th I xi_ oervice

; ;ti ; .:: :;, ', { ch ;ben stint! Fort Plin-e :away i Jesse Arnold with. a 10-3 record plat and only three! Sallflshers, all of whom had played 10 or 11 grade However at Jig gat: : .
: horn lioiiii.slaitiiiK fe pi t GNnily : Work started Monday morning only two prlet 8--80 and 40 cents
for the Is
season again expect tame; more Ulan he bad topped his/ 1 15 runs batted In when play
i 20 iusnhetl'.si .tttnlfoaiiws emu tin, ItiyhiR of an outdoor teria.au --will prevail Those eligible i for
d Stuart !
to be
j Manager: ; censed last Sunday. He was In truth one of Stuarts most valuable ::
, 20-cent will b* ,
and< piiiiiipril! tie oh d! dann flooi ail1 rising on Manns choice pasteboards 1 requlr -
j ; lira !,esnltu{ iiw luillnc Klnlrtl II h,,' smith the MarLin County Johnny However K It is felt Sunday Arnold players Our thanks to you Bobby, We'II b; Seeing! you" out there :d to procure them In their 27
: : Phone
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and I AAsUlant Coach Jlnt, )ph; A dolt ,unit Country Club The floor should I IH shifted to first to r. n'xt summer) school In advance Thaw prices
M '('"y tram Slum Pin 'iiul| will b lound) and 4j fl In dlailiilir place. Bob Harrell Mann will\ will hold good for both black I |

I Erwin f" Jolumi 'k. <-f-Clllft'rI'II 1 ( i i1 with a iO-ft outer clr have: Bit B. be,. Elmer Graham i When the fellows who hold the city's pur.i-strings have a and white fans It was deckled/ '
1 -1'I<" pic-,iilent was- unable) to ill marked off for setting up and Oeorge Griffin on hand to thought far recreation facilities here, particularly with the win but p -achool children will be ,

make tin trip Klndr/ d tablet and hall., This arrarlg handle the hill Thor i. Hirreil ter season coming on, we have a suggestion for consideration. admitted freePrincipal Bi Station Tail
<4 noilmtd he ariuuinl for tutu I/lI'n. will 1 nave a circle 25 ft left this afternoon fir Miami Tennis, with a new leader here in the person of "Bill" Bitter, Erwin F Jobnwlclca I s
r i yqiifld! games, one h 're with all-I :aeries i (for dancing On the north University In Oxford Ohio to !I Vire-prlneipal at Martin County high School, !III alone likely due suggested new seating plan for
I I Piece and two cacti with smile, of the Hour It the Stuart\ schools four home
between! and complete his senior year. I for an upward. bound I In Stuart. The condition ., the one lonely ; AUP TEX> ::0 GAS AND OIL'AWiggling
'I' and tau tlallle on a hun'r- t Liu'lo Blvd. a band platform ', lam:s this fall gained unaii'lmous !
Arnold anti Andy Montgomeryof tennis court In the city on East: 4th St opposite Benjamin) Fo.'. j
/home basin The latter school I II vlll b built to be backed by a favor with the tvarly two i I
I t I'' : \L" rfiuinlng foolbull thin full. af tall hcdie Pompano hixiktd up In a stellar estate, leaves much to be desired A few Improvements at a small .

'. t"" ,: :,( ''tt't several years' hljJ...... DaLes (tot Hie woik In btlng! don by I. slab dUll l for six Innings Sunday 'I' outlay would' do much to spur the resurgence' of this. healthful ..-; T r---- .

: : I f !" ,'ks I'; lhB ioiitebU will be arranger I L Pinker and Is exp:cted to be before Montgomery wm outdoor sport ber4.EAUJ'ISHER !. .
1 M' forced to retire I In favor of
: later, th! Stuart mentor suit] finished : an o
\\f within) a month It It I Car AMUes TIRES!
Injurd left knee dating back tina
I ""t u >! ; :t H..II voted. :that 8ciiUr hUd the layout can be readli d school SHORTS: Catcher Horac Arnold 8th Inning\
high football
I it ,1 v George/ McCl< Hand. Cocoa COtlfh'l m me fur the clubi Thank behind 2-0 mlshllp.jMontgom at that scratch: : hit stretched his string to 10 successive games In which

; r 'fJj, '.,. wrlle- to fort.--Plrce,- .-Viro- ilv, 'g_!formal I dance. point, was ry.charged with. the lost he has hit safely His sk ln equals the longest .previous string HA/DSTEERING
I, although his ineffective relief : produced by Warren Snipes which was snapped against PahokeeJuly "WANDER" AN

::'\ 'r'rIi allowed the icon: to mount to> a Harris Lowery became the second Stuart player to.bat I
: l'; I SEE lopsided proportions' in the last olflclally for the 100th time this season! when he singled In the 4th MAY SPEL TIRE RUIN!
}'I s !; two Innings Inning Sunday. Lowery drew his 16th walk of the season! In the ,

) For Arnold It was. his 10th declslon : 8th Inning to tie In this category with Hank Pennock. ', Most of

I ,t I ji' ORGEBefore this summer >and he never. i iI the Individual leaders shown elsewhere on this page today appear A car that wiggles, wand'I i\n steers hard is not only
; : ,3c ir : was In better form The nurd- 10 hold their leads except In the hits department where Horace

I 'If'; ; :'. :, ,), Before YJ u Buy hiding I ; In vUllor.i I the league who finishedectund season, Arnold Lowery, Jesse Arnold and Shipes all have from U to 36Th dange :'ous to drive but m y alfo rob:you of thousand ,
for to theplayoff
; plan two umpires unknown the league to handle

,,: :, : '; '.1-.11 Seethe New Norgy Refrigerator( at I,Texas wefvftlmlted T.eaiie) to single three by hits Milton. a t l finals i materialized .half-way: Sunday, Plate, umpTrump, ; fy i; of tire, miles. We can mal ujiV r"wheels. run true again (
I' lo his credit but -iejnand
: with ,
: LBARTLElfr 'Vincent to open the 5th and professional officiating was new base ump '
1 : BROS. jucceulv doubles by Jim Wal- I Stone was behind toe plate 'when Stuart played In Late Worth on our Bear wheel aligner C lee us.
; ton and Aug, 24.IVET. : ; *
I a 317 Osceja Ave. f Phone 209 Emmett Richardson tostart s
j -Tllarles Lht! 7th. Rlchard on'l blow
l t -- -. drove home! Walton with Pompano dates reporting and ttv-sral more
's only score for the day GRIDDERS 1 expected when the baseball sea ULMEW CO
Oth;r than Walton not a single son .Is completed. A field here RALPH MOTOR
; Pumpanq play r got past second will not be ready for \use before ,
J' Byer'sI I base as Arnold successfully OFFER Oct. >. It was stated, but It; is t
,; i I stifled any and all threats His hoped the Stuart team can playat I PHONE 9141 SOUTH oil* HIGHWAY STBTommy's
!' In strikeout victims for the af least twice before the Endlcott: 1
> f"I'I : ROLLER. ternoun ran his. total to 117 for FROM ENDICOTTThe trip\ A practice game with: the
RINK I'1110 Innings pitched whit he Lake Worth vets has beD tentatively .
. 'ellt Ills earned run average to arranged. was repent - -

t r-i I'' ), Under lit big tent Jt Indwntown Road and 1.40.The. box score: S uart-veterans football ad A meeting of the association's
f + : !
r I 1 Fede Hi:,hway. team, sponsored by the Martin board of directors was held 'at I Bskon the Jo
r' ,. \ POMPANO County Athletic Association hasaccepted the Lighthouse last night at
AH R If Pen A J a>::
f ,, the Invitation of the
ir ; R"h,1. 1001.0 which time a financial ,statement

II ,
I ,)4 : I Announces ChaiJe; In Skating Hours Du ." i t u 0 n I' 0 0 I North Side Social and hletlc covering last season was :,
) J ,11"'h:, u i i I n b : Club. Inc, Of Endlcott, N. Y., for presented showing present assets -
ael..ntI{ a C e l 1 0 e a lam between the two club
i1 W C11 DR IS MATINEES ya"wt. rf t I 1 I I 5 : to Include a $no bank account
I ti j ,: ;t I tuna Ih e'o a II 0 I i th re Oct. 12 it was announced and $1,34443: In uniform!

S I !' 1 1:1 I ; 4 to G III |daily and Sunday. R....w.lto..f.-.'" a f .e : J } { here..lIl11t week end equipment. No decisions were PLACE
,...... A HIS
1 e' ,i 3 !S 5. m. Saturday _, w YnkMt' v I 0a bS 4'y'-4'y'i 4'y'i i The Stuart crew will leave by revealed 1 on backing for the team" w
bus for Endlcotv Oct. 10. It wan this ;year. It was reported.
: I. f0 ,I's 'a EVENING >NSI 'Start at 7 p m. ,, atuAia'r i'' } -.u Ie i announced, and negotiations are L

:P for ffitWJligh School Students AH. a H PO A 1C: under way now to obtain another DODGERS TO PLAY'' HOBE SOUND I
.f I I ltnwn lit' a 6 s s e e game In that aNa before return- MIAMI HERE SUNDAY :
Tb Po..k Ii C a t I 0
Roll rf Ing horn Cited as a possibility, The Stuart Dodgers with U
< 1
It. a
I .I 'r Racing Prncti* : 9:15: each evening. I my'I,.. o..f A"Araulil 0 .. n for the second tilt Is the veterans r victories out of IS decisions, this
.u.f I 1
1 1 I t
II a I 0 iii 1 s team In Troy N Y summer will close out their season ON U S 1ormely
1 Skating Contflycs Till 10:30 WIII{_. NA ,4 1 1 0i Practices directed Coach .
: p. m.TONIGHT. ran.u, If . i i by at Little Dixie Park at J:30 ,i ,
,,1 rr.nhm ah j !iFeiguson I and Bernard Coker p. m. Sunday when they class:! j
,, i ? :11 f :
; i J.ay' .e.A'd' 1 I I I aIi i began Monday with J7 candi with tb, Miami Giants ,

,/, "enc. h, .In..,IneuPuenwnn .i iT. = Now Under Personal Supervision of I L; a; r the
R' ants nee hoe aaa lea--1011--1 1 EARL B. DUpAN, : ;
"' I,,u', b.t.,1' l 1.- kH.r4.on. ".11 I, I Owner f
15 W, ..... ,
KhpM J An."U i Two :
1 : 4 ; ki.. bas J, W."... HI.h'''.... Tn. PARIS"Same
I, soak E runeR.wni a, P.w i 4'AQ PETIT
a nan 1 Left ; Kluut ,. Tom= .
.. .. .bow-u. St. Lucie B
nu t H 11 Am I
Did' Ship.. Hlol.ll nb.un..h x
;; A.i.ih.rn,
kl at IMVictory ,, .0.Cue...|.. 2!,.Itaubh"ho.1 pl.j k> -Monln ll ,....., I ..
.c ky J. ArHiM' II. Bur ... k.'lh Kit
; w.. .. .n, .. AND &RILL '
1 n I ff J Arnold I R. >i,4 Old
,,! I 1 kill: .,..fa ::1 .1.l n< S In I i.Misr. i.' DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR TH SUMMER Tom fommy could% stay away from Martin. Count
off Wr. > 4 III 1 I Innlnf" '
I'j, \ : I I Bar | ,Inoiu I knnliui'nil I .In WIW K''hl.iilirk off -Ml M'.,Vtrr,klrr, I P..a unit I I II Line of Cholc. UOUQRSJWINES my.kSarrie> old 'le[ bought IhAAu Petit Paris on the hihwaJ J Jetween

f I : I H, A nol4 I, Sl.h.... ...I wens I and CO JAL Smile. '. and the' bridta
'inui.rnl, Momi.om.rr. Unp r In.rjB Hppe .and and t the overhe.d
i H ul w< 8IOM (IL.ko Worlk) same> Expert Mixing
T.... 1"" Tb
&UCER -- Skill You Re 1a invites you, \ drop In and smy hello.
,: \ DRILLS AT AIRFIELD "DINE andSEYMOU W Cdr, .member. new n ynet( Vpl (uesie<| i i\>\i .

? Nearly three dozen candidates '
t I'' nd his for Martin County High School AT

I football team this fall are running TOMMY'S BARn

i through their paces this '
I I II ORCHEST1jJck w:ek as Intensification of pre- INN

I 'IJ' 1 I ::Witham season drills FieldYesterday's gets. under way at TASTY yourself as Ion used to do Tommy when htyV '

three-hour workout DELICI f: Op owned the Blue ( foase and Ton 13sr at* Sluart

Gill. Inc was and devoted,getting re-acquainted punt-catch Mised Drinksr p/! t This new place,wil be run by <1T1 Same Old Tommy

n t I I.tl MN' } 4 with the snap of th ball among HEAR GENE ON TO?: ox In The Same OW lay": But Bet t.now. t. Thad Ever! OpenI I

k sy VICTORY BAR men the backfield worked on players tackling while under line STEAKS and ,SF QQD and be sure vL ;remember to tsnd the

the tutoring of Coach Charles
H. Kindred. Assistant Coach Jot OUR SPE t'TY GRAND OP

McCoy U overseeing the bad.. Jensen/ Beach -AD TIiMTIOj
j '' Victory Hotel Bid?. Stuart, Fla. First scrimmage .Is planned SYMOUR\QIDEQN

/ 1 1 r hr tomorrow or the first of next 01V S; SATURDAY. 0 It

,week. It wu announced.

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TBS STtART NEWS,'STtAaf,'Al rtfn County, FtOtfJtt I THtKSDAT, SEPT. Jl. 114' FACE VonE'

Stuart News, Weekly Market Basket Page 7j

U For Firestone Celebrates Moving Into 2 COUNTY TEACHERS sued to out-of-S.au: applicants erase In-the number of men.. applying .i ;
., who applied and qualified for for ciTtlllrats war'also 1 ire'ill 11 I

f Repair and New Home With! Anniversary Sale WORK OUTLINED by the State Department the teaching permits. An In- noted __ ..t
SER Parts of Education of a graduate

"We're following President lease In the Oughtenon building certificate! to Joseph Alexander f
RNOLD BAUERSee Truman's pick and starting a and was mporarlly! on "sus- McCoy of Stuart and a temporary LANDSCAPING i:, :
Plans to expand band activity certificate to Miss Edith
personal war on high ," >
prices status' tor months I
P'nded tVt
to include every school In the Earle of Salerno was,mad last '
St. Loci Boulevard Phone 142-W said Charlie Rue, manager ofColeman's 'while preparing County concentrate on a beIIlnnel'l' -
Firestone Store,In announcing new location1! in the Presssll a total o( 599 certificates,
a spectacular Anniversary program this year were it was announced this
Sale today, Building announced yesterday by Wendell State School }
The Coleman tort, which was 1 "So tliIt U a double celebration Water, director ol. the Martin Colin English said Superintendent that the department Nursery ''Al, L''
Ann Page opened four years ago lost Its ," Rue declared signalizing
Issued 99 pus: grad
County High School band l
both the nationwide Fh'CswmAnnlverafJ HOB SOUND
At the bund ate.257 graduate: 17 undent!'ad uat" F
first meeting
SPARKLEIC& and our fourth an- CO provisional and 12C trmporarj '
Today'. -VM.lk. Today nlv!rsary and taking this meansto Monday at the Log Cabin June teaching certificates durIng PHONE/ I04.J, STUART I 1 ;

PfccMced Introduce the public to our Matousele was elected captain. the month, and 129 were Is-________ I Ii. "
; CREAM nw home We Intend to clear out Other new officer include Janice ----- ----------- < i. '
and / til stock on hand at greatly re* Aibogaat. librarian; Rita 10 AV ''I I IWA'NlIED
duced to make to-
prices way Taube, reporter-historian, and
DESSERT Pteurized what wt believe will be Stuarts Junior Mancll and Herman I

In Mi-tin biggest wint'f l8a80n." RUU 3t, managers The march 'flu't'
County I -------"--- '
ing band went through 1U paces !
RUlES-ON SPECIAL for the first time yesterday afternoon
3 Pk:;*.. 20c Bara 's Dairy AUTO TAGS CHANGED with 10 members of lost :'
MKOr.ee year's Junior band now Included I'
Car owners interested In ";. In Its
P. O. Boxfc 042 StuartTHE makeup. Water' expects AT OWE I
& P Hl unpeeled A Lunch''' Favorite serving sptclal car license numbers about, 30 pieces to be 'Included '
No. 21, cn Jane Parker Jelly 11-oz.. hereafter must pay the pries In this unit this year .
of the tag plus the $1 reservation The Idea of primary consideration
APRIL S cjona ROLL 33c fee simultaneously, It was announced for beginners, Waters ,txplalned :-' :( PASTRY COOKCOUNTER 'I: ..J .1'',
this week by Tax Collector t* to formulate a bad' ; .
Cut Gr a ..\.._ -- L. C, Klckllter This regulation fur" the present band futurj by I, "
2 No.2 n A &: P Grade A contrasts with the previous encouraging an Instrumental, : !.;'fi OMEN <<, ii
No. 2V can letup under which the $1 program starting with 4th grad "
Sauerkraut 17cA MOSf COMPLETE reservation fee could be paid In ers upwards He reports finding .1
BEANS 2 : TcTAIL ANi WHOLESALEIN advance with payment of th considerable" enthusiasm for this I CASHIER
"&".PGrade A tag price made .wrrenr the tag Is Idea among P-TA groups and Is "
/ & P Tiny set actually III'cured.Rea'rvatlona particularly anxious for an In-
Prune No. 2'/ can
for special tag creased number of Individually-
No.2 n numbers will start to be taken owned Instruments rather than,
IN THE P417 / Apply Inf'ersonCHISHD
PLUMS 23p. BEACHES In Klckllctrs office Monday, It dependence< upon the Stuart \.
PEAS 25An .- -. OKEEC IOBEE ROAD was announced. D tags remain! Bund Association for supplying
priced: at $15 25 and W tags I '
lona Cut No. 2'/ can PHO 3851 are Instruments of which they ar' I
SaleDressing 2025... In short supply now.
Pat. I
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BEETS 14c --x----- ------
p .3 I M'SCafjferia

ANN DlllClOUJ CENlTRAL MARKET ProsecullngAttorney I

PORK & BUNS B ) 2 25c MEAT Job !'

Boston kyl or*nth Tomato Sauce ,
PR DUCE and GROCERIES f Is Described
George Belle 1 1 Sultana Mint 1I'
2 12-os. tumbler COURTEO& S SERVICE I '
Citing his belief that the
PEACHES 25(1 JELLY 17 s CONVENIENTLY LOCATED eral public Is only faintly If
( all aware of what are the re-1
2nd and Akftn / Joe Brook of /many of their public tj:
Attorney Ted T. Oufchterson GROCERY SPECIALS
GA1 DE FRESHFRUITS I Fated some of the details of his
work as county prosecuting at-
__ toi ney at the weekly noon meet-
Ing of Kiwanis at the Woman PURE SMARTENING i I M.. h
Red Delicious lbs. Ireen Frostqd /Special Club Friday

:ABBAGE isc Oughterson brought out that lb. 1

APPLES 2 c Firm,-Me 5I Sue i --lb. PEACHES .2 pU:; 37c he which handles are defined only misdemeanors a* cases for SPRYyS can .. $1.19

Seedless Tofiay Ib.. EGGPLANT 15c GREEN PEAS ,. pkg. 25c which the penalty Is a fine and/

GRAPES 1 firm Ripe, STRAWBERRIEMIXED .--, ___-._.box 57cbox. jail or not Larger more eases than called one year felonies in FORTIFIED MIRACLE WHIP SALAD! ,, i:

rt. are handled by the States FRO .
Attorney and/or his two assistants 1
Sweet Bartlett 2 FRYERS, (CutBROCCOLI u ... ,.,, Ib. 78c can. pint

29 ejJLC .lb. 30c His wage for th office, ROYAL SCJfcLET 7
crtn Oughtersort said are $800 a year '
WE DENVER r PHONE 62 plus $5 for each conviction he '
gains bonds plus a portion of estreated pbtinc! 47c .j
POTATOESwPOTATOES His first step after a ,
QUALF A FOODS cass originate Is to file an Information e

rant is Issued after and whIch.the sheriff a war-is SUNSWEET TENDERIZED" ARMOUR'S TOMATO, .' 1

3 3lbs., 25cl nb*.. 39c 308 Akron Ave. i Stuart, Fla. ordered to arrest the party under '
I I suspect In passing at this PRUNES K.. 3! JUICE 2 r 19c .\
i point Sheriff I O "Dick Hancock ,
rr.; --

5wifl's Dipped Premiumleo VEAL Short GROCER! SPECIALS o praised the perplexing his by adroit the situations and speaker handling that who CORN 2 tans\ 2! DINNER 2,,,. 19c II, '

arise I Yellow am Style Meal for 4 in 7 Minute*
OIL 53c R S.., 45c Friday Satif day, Sept 1213 When a given case comes to -
,Ib., trial Oughterson explained, MIDSUMMER YELL W FRESTONE
----- ., there are three alternatives: u i ,
Fresh Pork Ham La Shoulder GREAT VALUE HALJBS plea of guilty which Is followedby
passing of sentence by the PEACHES ho 2y2 can 19c !
HOCKS. 29c C S 59cGoi ----- court, a plea of not guilty upon ,
>> lb. which the case la set for trial by ,
Fe;; Caught' & WHITE HOUSE Jury\ and forfeiture of bond In
which instant 99 II',i
alt, per cent of I
i APPLE SAUC 25c such cases are ended at that r.V45cDILL'S I I
DFISH Ciins point.requested Only in rare to cases rs-amst is Hancock the. can .. __ ,1,1RATH'S i:: ,
t ; II
Pan defendant. Klwanlans were told. S. NO. 1 WHITEPOTATOES I :
Oughterson estimated at least

FISH 11. 16c L:49cBee COFFEE Lb.__ __.....-_--______ 45cCANNED 50 per cent of his cases are of lbs. k''
>, traffic nature, the most difficult 10 39c i''
of which from a public relations !
Clean Dirty Hand n6t aby, I standpoint Is the charge of drlv ,
8-ox. pie:. FO D, j rs. 17cBatt MILK 2 25c Ing while intoxIcated. since
BORA O. 17c Croc is sut.CE cans ._:.-. _sy-.__..___ most people desperately dread HOME CROWNAVOCADOES LG. FIRM RIPETOMATOES

Nabisee I tnium 1-Ib. ,kr. A pk..27cr RICHLAND YELLC FAM I losing of. these their cases driving go to licenses trial, he most said,, L. c I 2 25c I '.
CRACKERS .22c In lb. I
Gen Mili I 20-s.pBIS CORN 2 STYLE29c Illuminating his talk with if 1,1111'
Social ._ brief resumes of unusual cases,
Nabisco: k;. UIC ....25c Can ._ !
Oughterson brought out the significant
TEA BISCUITS 13cLux Pure a etab 3lb.en.SN POST TENSCEREALPkg fact that everyone who Mark Specials ; .
Toilet DR 1.05 Is apprehended here 1s fingerprinted
a* a check on whether \
SOAP, 2 bra. 17c For .as& C ing pt.WE _._......... -....._.... 27c theft is a post criminal history
Octagon Laundry ONO ...40cJu'nrc Th prInts are dispatched BLACK HAWK AA VEAL \ I SPRING LAMB :
SOAP ARMOURS post-haste to the FBI In Washington
3 bra. .25c
Rennet k. oTA MID bj said, and quite often CUTLETS.... .._ 79d :
Octagon Soap Ir,. pkg. ETS .....12cso BACON .__"_'" ._. ._ 79c, surprising answer come back no LEGS 69c II 1

bra. .... IQc BURY'S T lOULDER 1
Sa e'Laka Lb' ......._.._-_.__._ .. .__. 45c report of the special committee ROLLED SHOULDER ''J
LOUR which met Friday with ROAST1lb.65c: OPS ;,. 65c \
Mayor Phil Pence and City Man- ,
Lb. "" ager I,. B. Eurlt to discus\ activities .

FLAKES25c 5,16 4 11 c SAUSAGI G Roll..._.. _...___. 49cANfTHOIW'S of the Jaycee-Ette in AGED WISCONSIN .
.24"; regard to the Civic Center fea-
tured the organisation meeting DAISY CHEESE Hb 59c
Lt..: .3'c Monday night at the Civic Center
30c 101b.. It wa stressed to the city

ph t!, __ officials not contemplate that the Jaycee-Ett'i taking over do The Complete, :$'cd Store \ f fM '

management of the center but .IF
ils 1l8EIt' hare offered to handle holiday

? Econ y .MP> roCery decorations'a dance there a month and there.to sponsor CROMER'S ARK. ;
ve Lettle McGee"P was appointed THE UP TO DATE;

HOMq OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED publicity chairman and Shirley W DELIVER Phone 1C e t.
Urquhart wu named membership '
11112, Akr > Ava, WI DELIVER ]143kL. WE ARC :
, Tfepbea I chairman to replace resigned OPEN WEDNESDAYS ALLDAY .. ,

d laret .H i.+ e ,.'1WO ,n.. .., e e Ww.yY.+yi t 4.lek,= xyti 1' '
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[ 1, <' 1 1\t\ I' \ (k- ---.USE.-1HEm: CLASSIFIEDS-THE 'LITTLE ADS THAT- GET' CTI QUlCK3I

"'4'I I .I I I I jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiim.inm.. SOLUTION OF LAST WEEK"PUZZLEACROSI : tona Beach. after a week here UOAL AOVMTBIMINT I -NOTICE- : I I I. .. .. ttCAL: ADVEaTUti :

: '; It II : AN I Mrs: C. C. Jacob AmiCATIOrl PO'* 'TAX .oTICI. rw' : CIseiItInns0lo..et Ida:' fcl Ckaaoorv. ?** c....,us
> r I R SALE: '' wool LrnL.JiiI : zI e 10< PO H 0 N It Mathers of Miami and OF 1 Jraa PlalMin; :.aa,7:: ]
: Mulberry rue. Harvey :
I .taluFw. II .... .
I ; t | condItIon lx IS ft. Also 10. C Mrs, Bill Mather of Stuart enJoyed I (S. 1131> ...POsies&..... ll......* .. to.054,54 SIll' In nO CA.tl.spis s*" A :f" '

\ i Cfl33IFO l po able I er protain gas I M PIMMIt A a II a birthday dinner Sunday NOTICE IB KRBBT OIVW 'TkaVJ.u tie ,cull. Jo. .51t uut' :'"
fMIg{ jHfflejo Aadonoa.all I t will .... ; d.pII
: J\ utj and tans (all IZJ It 1. rim> Corkrnllk. L. I! here with their .brother ClemMathers I wire Aadonoa koldor aad ol Ta AlkaHa: CsifIusts HaII .I SOc c...." .
i.I i.f II IIj : 4. KcnrKT bird' 101.11. It. STIDI luaod tka '
I .:i fal4 his' IVEREIr ODE .Nbu.,2Ndno.uNmeuStktOiac. IS p ,...,.vm o.uncsuu -;: '.'
j AVO |DO TREES for aato In!I .. .......M4 .IrUt. U Kim >lbrlIt Mrs\ George Brownie and ..do aopHoiUoa Cue 0 ... d..d. .., Or-u. n-s "'- .- .-uoscn. .
: Giaftcdr winter ..... D 0 NOT N I N" 0. I. Sod ..., 5.4RI... toAAO It
., -*., gallu can* ... 'mal' .."..... chlldrxn. Penny, Freddie and a. laiaro toeroaa tHIi ""
WORD Beariig vartetlrt. SZOO each Ho, 'Am.rta.1 41 JUM ku, ALA I PIOUY4\ Mae Griffin of Bobs Sound kram tka lollofW J arMTbod, oj';'EI"w' DonE .:510 r.RIt; : IO .
: :: RAm: 2e PFR ORDIN : : Lacy la l a Coaatf Martla lal '
# l'' I'' Get InVm at my huuue dsvEdwinlA .. ::cur Doubtful N E N D I II A t. Lewis Ida '" u. 101010 .. t'-: lbl.. 11"ra.
ARY. -MINIMUM JSc FOR 17 any t \ called on Mr. and Mrs / I bs4h. e .,.. 1 I i.i."
I t Se Mcnnlnger, Sr', Ill .. .* """ 44.Mushedrnmss AI.IIN I SEAS Jacobs Monday ..... tall... .... : )
; 'I WORDS: PER WORD CAP1TUS 1 f ITS'. tots. I 0 5Mb tIcs .1. .
MINIMUM ZOo FOR Hn Marti, Road I a. 1: "it.ntud n ::. rolb' c A S S A V A C; N A It TI' Mrs Wallace Earle and child. S a/O of I .. Lot Ii I w of aa sodoc.l.I ti 0811'H(. .n-i .. .: ..: k. PoRZioinCHnt. '
t I I II... .... 40Mrn.4biok BUTN ETA H TOO i : : .:: r./.Pj/ : 1 t.rlr J eiou.Auu.n.e.
I j ORDS. Ilnlllllllll iiIlIIllltlIlhtluIDIlhIhIlII > PipirII ren Tlmmie Judy and Janet, p eu. P 5 Ian. tOst :: G.
:; :\ i : HmrSS ': M. :Boolh.: .. : : I $ I It : .. E N U arrived safely in Yokohoma .11. 1010 4 05.t'boauus. I 1.0540.4 I .: : : IVAN. ellA Y .
SER ICES FfERED1111I11I11111 ..
I ti ''I f1 IIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMM'lll'lll' I.. ArchKl .m.M ... I.., '4 10.nitollaUoaM .. B P T S S ATI Japan, 8!pt. 1 after 18 days atlea. stndtb'ssids.d. I ...... u. I C. :PIsOntlIr5oI.; I: ft l II r

APARTMENTS FOR RENT hIIlhlI4lIhIIlhIhlIIhuhlIlIhhll I Ulvoumo': : H.hlnd thou Solution .f VHttrtty Puzzle Ma], Wallace Earle II the ', Un :; = 1...: .5 Isto. I t -5- 11UI
( SEWING 4ACII1NE SERVICE: T Wtt.lM mu. Mueba.it.henu At,
\ .
_, ,5VIR'tOEMesIN
$' I $ I "
: t iiMiiiimiiiimiiiiimimmiiHiiiiiiimiATLANTIC' I* K ll '. Alarm whlill' son of Mr, and Mrs. W H. Earleof .
:, t Mwderni r youf] old treadle with II), l:;nl: uluiss" uft.: 14.1.5 DON .. SnobS moMuli Salerno.Mr. usIA' .,tltSrzto .10 be so. lit THE: e '' INC CO4JO T op Tltt
I an den |c nfttor. Parts and I II. .',.urllcr tl, 10u." atet' i. Abod. ot as 101...._... ........ ndrncd Is InS, I sooTH jt ): l 'JUDGE EON MOOT''
dti1tn '' and Mrs, Horace Marr an- 150 ::t i: : ITATa: 0' .
'I [ 4. nisnIa. .Is.c.bcdtto .UI" 1'O* NA ElOelo T
,. ServIce all make AddressrorlJPIrrce \ ::j : :
us ". .. a.. '_ : '
; I: H AI inn Small au u.oiJdf nounce the birth! of a daughter 04.0.a" hiddne' I''" *5. am CII'lTATI; Ot JoagnNOTICE
4W SO. tIstun-Iduro" 05 Puttutts, .on...... cab .1
Box 69, .. &._ .1 lbs 100 0 'hut to .10 I "
; : 18th St. hhoifr t. 118J. IlamuM. Saturday In Martin County Hospital ......._. 1." 'skIs, 4d.n0 NO : .

\ : tf'3 [ g Aae. 'I.U. \ 25Srpt,4,1llI,25 4- J- it: I.- r- s- 1-, r fi 1- t.A..n...... usliF named Shirley Dianne. -O.k,5.. .. lit?. Ilf tunAz., hi ih. .._ TO CREBITaad .
; I !! 11.104 (00 "'r. C
# ,
f. .. apluU' weight 7 Its. .
t i
lIIf.CIsoalt .OMN 'AIIIA 91ns
.' m. ,. F ,,, T ". VladuoU I ,J-:.: :::.. us
L bw (U.D m n ," NFIDMON: ] Vf We will buy old t RwapturaUNoval Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Qulgley 'hAuczlOrt
( Conet scsi ( "
< \ iron Sc r *O. Sinros Fortrl.ree. - II. o.s nlzzpIflg' and Jay and Joe Qulgl of St. I ( S. uostY.CI. JANIIi 1'1"\11' I :4'1t: 504,0.,7' 0. Is

,, :'; : mR m I Hpi s 4 4--4 I 2 u. .:: ..... i Augustine spent last week end ..... C..k. (urn of I. O.snte.P Jan, stYF dm itit kTu'oT'lI sil: .c:';
I ) .1I. lAraatjr doOm ft.r MPtortJa.
LWE here with latlves and fronds I '
'\ SepU.II' q I a.a t.az.7rlthrsal T. ml".. oC.Pnblsb I. tW ssoo .057. In thu :
( 4
I ; 1.1 ," .' I : Mrs Jim Marr and children of ..... 11. II. 1 5 ....\. 5. lOll ; i0 wllnla I Iaf .|,.n.Mto i SI

''I..t : ; CAN 'i'T LIMITED 4 J I:''' I.a! I*. f. ]| Hobe Sound called on Mr. and I '1t. : j. "-'
II : : : tali aotloraiaal .
h COURTAPARTMENTS ; II. r pu LN0I. *5V5 ."v : .
;, AMOUNT SPRAY FAINT. Mrs W Marr Sunday TOO .... ..,. to la wrillalaro :-:
... : ,.' .t.' 2ND. FOR I QR HOUSEHOLD 2. Oy 4 :if ..... .d of tonldnm :':: : ..qnsuosby :
.. { : Q Q1 n STUART .'LORJII )\ r.: ::.rUsk4cb i.LGA ADVUTlSEMENT NotIce rw A"LIe 1f,08 TAX Otre.so. '- i rhilaiant: :::
:. BEST ,
FVRNffU EQU1F- on :
II. I'haootr Ohs cAIssol. hIs
t ,' I E \ \1 f Nn I lv Dfcoralfd. Fully Equipped I It MEN ''I' $D MATERIAL,' _1 1- ',:->2- [i'Wi, II. Two.toad -'-- --- (Stnt' sill'" 11.11) 'loii7n'ErldT :: :: c.msOOIlibnso .ud.o. ::
\ t 4 doth IN THE COUNTY JUDTM COUnT IN sOdruni sad. la .
,4 Itrravkffpins Apartments10W WORK CA BD FOR AND DE. Z b ; 7 14. FVult" AND rod MARTIN COUNTY STATS NOTICR .Is NtCtO: OIVN. hun ..... TbIulb.010d.q, Mntlm
'I4/ SUMMER RATES 1 II.: Plao. :r. OF FLOKIDAIN C. D. I. Ciu.b.zz.. k" of Too c.rlt.tI. JI1HUPU Alt. .* IBM..,K ...J.1"7Pak ,
o > ; If 4 I liVERED DESIRED SUN. RrGAKU fig ESTATE. .... N.. 1751.. ...... u 5,4 am neJlp ; ::: : ;;I .. AdoIsA.soo' ,II, :
': '; : '4 W T. FACET M rTrlephone RAY SIIV*lOtS! PRODUCTS, so t '"r II: AnTrr .. '0 A. O. 'tOll. Om ..... hi seutfIc. CsoMMhtll. : : Vunb.y. dyrn.d .lOlu

f I ;\ .15Z P. O. BOX ; PHONE 267. ,. 4*. Utar Jbounilarlrs j jf Louts W, FORKDMAN .cd 10.. sidu 1..11.. se 5Iu h..1f. .d LOlIl.. SIlO i '.b. lilt.LEGAL .
.. I
d4 .O'' Is Mmd .Id sort.Cl.
j( -1. : : \'Ic: ;ufti44uhi.tIIuII.I.ImI'SIIUISlilUhI't ; ; ; ;, I Auf 21. !li 044.I 4, UGlrdlea. ,f,1Io 7 1'0/'. ''I ,1 Q l. IIBRASSfERES U. Publla urO cat .t.teo sco h'c nzli.t iS lb. Cm. oil.. '10"J N GIBIIU",

."; ,';. : FOR SALE I I ,' Health i4 I ... ij "1 44: flftout..paaotHS : ci'ti'r.' tn-Mel .h........ aM 1 T55iAu.AtoM .,..... -

t' ", : ::1.\\ 1111 Ill I III iiiiniiii'iiii' !'1111111111111IOR Garments, dividually de- : 4i. Pansar eus. 050 0 .nio.tI In ..nu uS J*... Iso en-n. of tt e wwt, NIt w. N I..r '
:4ri ;j; I a 4Lrp.as0snb Jams W. c.. u. lu. .( "n-cItes OS ...t. I s. II, son. JULIA I. : Ct
1 ; t signed by S ella Free dia(. 41 Looaa aajrUl.L taI.l.. II sunsc S .54, Pupa, Sm. j jOM
SA1FWntmthouM chsrfrr. kmkr
!i"" : : t''! :.. rllf. 3% V. Batteries In1|] nosls. Mrs, C. KnowleiW I! T f Ii -1- Bodr"ondtobll.xloa ol-J wUbU : ,k. ._....... thu 5 OctPrtPunin' poet x.5.tu: :;. : Iko Slalo of laMrml of Flo. .III f ,=Pzzs.slPod 1k;
1 I I .. '
; : I \ ::1 t 1 KCMIII roltlition and light bulbs. Phone Stuai :' tf 7-1-S 'I si .A, -H- W j ;oajb mon 10.or.Id Was.nuc' 5 soniCi*. is, 4'a.lIobus ess. tothu co0 It..h.....St.00.5,. Do*, sI.a ,TillakaioroA offw fun, ,u., I., munllti: ,
I $13300 lash. r. O Box S3 I I to, Baat Indi.aw : I 'dc. so it 00 ':
; : |LET US five ycfree demon- : 1 r- '- S 71-- .'lKl>tM. '..kt cc kni,, .0. 0. soOsM CHARI.IilaI/. : .. M. OrIsOn loll 1o IA
:: SI Hart. I InM alration of tA new Runuey 4 i .7 u Eu: : IUUIallbr put cOhn nddruzn '4 I .io.ct ,uots .aurdl..n law. 50* 'prnuu'td..crlb.d R. I'UI'II.. whoa 1 :la..MARTIN' Odd n. ftotrribol ..
1 : 4.\ ....I... .. .Z ...1... : 1lr.l, .Illbuucldl. lb.blunt. lit. N. Y.rl.
1- 11, I Electric Mower lito hIgh I 'RANa: :
i grass _._ =:0. = s ; t"t ;. ::: 5440w On *55.4 bsu.. dun,
; N.
I and tough w *. Bess Hardware i.u-.mu '.44 urn.44c, I cstburlonN OrIs 1 tlltbsti i iChsns
f ',. f'OII.-8AI:' 10' bsbyvb'dj!i Ce Phs| II. tf IIIIMilillllHllllllllllrii.iimiiiiiilill held. Plans were made for a r-i This OIb .4.. 0 5.'p'' ,lcr II III?. Ito?. 4,0 0.e It U.. 510 dsr uStord N'lliu.IIETR P. ,ylue 1,, 0550:: I It

II \ and fiat L-i. SID; sofa bfd''I I MALE HELP WANTEDlllllllll.llllllllllllimilllllliimilllllll ceptlon or party to be given for Messy ty auott tOOs k dzc .0 suM. LeROY :'':i I':'" '-:: R:::::. :,r:
cit.sbz4.hUosIt ..
'. : Thai\ 31.1. Itl 1 PAYROLL BOO|- iNationai .y.- the high school teacher* of Siam atsd.hun.JOHN I :,I'd: ::"I".I""" to ... .

tern for keeliiiB wage and tINTED: Man toltfim hones Stuart In the near futUi" Present ,-Co. Snzi)S. 5. POtNEanY. S : :a : :; :

tOE StIEfaunljr : | %rd Wrslmchouse: I hour wlthhol( n %as and sue. ret and shoe onl home See were Mrs. Jack flaunderson clv:, Cleoo C.s$ uS usoho (tussly. .AMI AIL ( ',:.fV"a :: :' Ir: l.m L 3

I, snnger-1'4 ....shrr Martin I I'I' lal security r %>or%. when you I Letty fhiaholm ft Chisholnts Mrs. deorga Osborn Mrs W. L n-es. II, Is, 15, O-0. 2.A. ,, .. BrT. II, OUNM DC, ". .dd.... .. Isyrln.. ..d.0 hI. 11.055

''I' 4 ri'rid. Uric ('.. Dchonrpl havefll or jorft employees.SecAii Cafeteria. I It Merritt. Mrs Ralph Merrltt MriO ft. till, _PuhH.h Rnrt II, 50. SS and Del I. soul .401.IIUTH.... ..1./... : 'BT VRI ..:.1-':::I'F,Tsus ado, ) d'h
.. It'i' today Xsk %r these at I P Qulgley. Mrs, E A. Baldwin MARILYN !' ; ;: IktlM

.' -- ...- .Irl. the :tuart Newi oflce. tf W, ''TED: Ubortrl SIc per hour Mrs Harvey Shelton and Mrs. _Loiidoa._...c.No.... I'LLARD r "AI.DWrJi,

1' FoR SALE: I' I L & II Electrlel I ; Ub--u--; I I fifty hour Ick, time and Fred Federsen RUTH r. All...I t.uos
Stan. Marti County Electrl-j DO fOU have troubi' 1 I half ever oIly. Catch Mr ana Mrs Harvey Shelton Poter .. fturdlaa a P. Co KL1 ''TOoYrut.us .

(', Orhon I. h*u not lajfof: hen use Ick lier returned to th-:ir home last week .COPK....... Sham, 1 L Ps.tso'l. .<1.
,,t': : Itt, I sa Pan-a-In. Sfiart Feed I Ralph I Motor Co 'IUDKLINE A..n-oe. 4. U.'U. 0.; .
after -
the summer In -
": t OR SAIfc: I' nd 4 hpengines IauIt re __ Ifj lie Irn 'HiKhw' nu e clock. j It RANDALL "
t ( -t, "suair-rnolr AIN. T*SSES. elaxtie mtii kin,.. I Ie Mrj o. D. Quill!"' returned Paint & Body ShopOver 4.cu 'Is tI \: Ill THy lOUNTV JUDGeS COUIt;
i ,
Hnrk FloridaJOHN
MAR 1'4
irri .. Ulmer Mo FIOalUA
ation home
4 pili' Tuesday after five days ,
I nee pads Stuart NE' Will D JOBS ARE H. : no a. RD THK UITA1K I

10' ('o. if prug Corp. if.iNCiRSiiP.ro on Nfl11..f. TilE REGULAR In St. Augustine at the home of. I ( A & f 2nd Floor aad iddnnM. .. it"t. I
-.t..We-olfer I AI Y'S'U: ARTILLERYIXPENSlf Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Qulgl:yMr ) JULIA .PKIIXtN kNo. Ilk, Stool' ,10\ .... I IOF

FARMING at IN TS and Mrs. Edwin R Johnson It lIOTI FILING
I ........,
IndividualRcru of 11
7 racto
) Jr. of Ohio called his
men Mens belts Lid Dow- on
MONTh |TO START Auto Painting*- o Metal Work A. D. ADMINI5TRATRIJI.
4'4'I to 42 Rfr. each In the hey, 1101 Orjingl AiPlrrce Fort I St uncle O H. Johnson and family nXI.u I. '
Ing cl Custom made Sliplover .
; new famous In Intown dli- Fhon* 191-Mpalntment. Ii nfes are takingS last week n route to MiamI.JOIINSON.BATIMGARDNER Sport Tops MkRWIN sa. TO r. WHOM 11' MAY OON'UN( ,
ap- the ,, ....
place .
n Army Fieldveterans on Florida.A II b_ 110. I 11oor
trlct$ Complett ate eontroI '<, \ Ifmint Artill I En 1 CLL H : final roturfl a AitmniatiiiaiEitau
I 4 floods f t hazard IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHUIIMFORRENT of the The, marriage of Miss Hazel aNi1t1,. ,. : : ,of J, nto C, 'far: *. 0
1 'eren ar" fild not recognite I w'I 'II lOst. I ..>. I m.d cc P.10001.a ..
I ,minimum Ilicht productivjrofutiblc the rlllin Johnson of Salerno and Ted I.J-: 1. lIg "? scec. tEst. I will ......Ir> .115.0.""
t to par 0 Inon., It' new equipment Baumgardner Jr. of Stuart was I. O ., n i Artkar. .. OMI|... Ciuirti I..
." \ iimimitiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiin' 11111 whIch oda1' I Artillerymen are solemnized kni... r artla Coaalr" 01.1.o ol rionii, .
son. Price $5ot.0 per ae Sunday at the bom: : ,
.. AIM .01 : I 5510 dar a( Rrvlmkni A. I IKf
I Eaar Terms. Act ii FOR RENT: NIce "ronm I' ate Opera I of the bride. : ..f f f aparoral af a>ia. and for "M *>
Pin 1s plantingHire C :. : entrance with or with.pul : Sees I men r. chosen for the The bridj wore a pale blue .0zshzzd. .- ] Jrao ai adnlnhlntrla. .. Ik, au. .
Ijmlo .
George ALHtRT K C S yk, lbe.A
or Phone-M MI F IT board. Mary KruMer Guide Mia School' working crepe dress with white accessor MOSLEY 'aad f*.,da.o flhitad, tkte. IS .dor of Az.s.ILO 1 1FUIRA

1NDISTRIES' 1Hiakah 0. n, Park. j /.ept. 4jjll;| .n roc t. a I I rocket-launching lea and corsage of white tube : _YDNKY_.. ..b.OK. ;; ] "AYLt AVT.U.Adailalatratrii .

,' Florida ft ne I U9.i iIfl, FOR RENT! floor atettllng -, In Ben It e. Others learn to roofs. Mn. Frank Simmons sisterof WYNN III: .. ol Ik. ...... 0drul.
; tire the I' UMBING .......... .
ebln. aDd .0 e Artillery new the bride was maid of honor. .k. C. Ilseis, dmeud.
edgw Kefislsh AI.I.KN .
T. ODCHTHthdNlit
'' floors reuezabie "nby-bt, er such as -Lllll She wore a blue crepe' dr'ss. Mr; or ....'d..... .i-.n-T Cu. A4..1.I.. .
I: ;:;)R-t'AI.E: Sand, sh<| 'I d' wil I your Phone US 4 Stuart Ilardwa ra$ Davld.I (14-mm mortar SImmonS was best man ,JOBBING CONTRACTING TO IKfcMt_ B. bU.,1on .....,
] rt d. .5ua.ut,4.Iis.dtOA 1 D. 1MJ!
,.4 dirt I' B Smith 1046, c.. which I I"i shell weighing al.mestOl .: The R
/ SluaitSrpt: I __L list minister 1 of Stuart, performed ALL WORKtfGUARANTEED k_.. LEGAL.: ADVERTISEMENT

/ 11. II :5. Oct Z1 I Tw. Rooms *r Rent with I If yos IS to 14, In.lu.lve tho ceremony under an arch t ..d IIO..LyN.dd"" .. ICE OP- -lNTTION TO otuses-
(or 17 parents' consent) of palms. Tb- room was decorated Pt 308 W. N. TOO II 0101111005 IOANI
chen Prl" 1 est close In. C ,
.a .te,
;)iR'SflrLE: I
: Ucher 'lfjuare S33-1. 4 and otb '04!i qualified you can with palms mono. bouganvll -. L 5. 5k'OU : Ik.l III
1 .01. ll kirakr llwa a>
grand piano in excel I tifl-I iIllillihIIlhhllIlhIJhI1IIUlhlllillIUIIIIlhs1WAjN1ED Loign up J I years or more with'the lla alamanda and zinnias AfLr -' aoranra..Ina ..10 ; 4, c.cd ..do. lb. anvil OM of OrI

ditian Thone 71 r ::1. Field IlIer, ,. If you are an the wedding Ice cream and a a GMIRGIC n.......... I. .isI.e Ills, tern.110. tSr Flor I di krk. A455lM o" Ito C

f1: R-SAI E: t burner ; c ;hot I I iaecure x..nle ea Ian t close, you to can home begin with a'' cake beautifully was served decorated to ,Mrs wedding Fred MOXTCCULF.FLEX -SWAY h.MARX.... DHUo., ;S ? : nu.jq: : Mir.O55555* CoJMl.tiU

plale (.all Stuart la lIllhIlhhhllIllIltllillll0uihIluhllilIilIIlill Pedersen Mildred and ,Jam JUrlRPH | of tku a.*lr.tirlarlral., IOu IllIUuzu s0I.
ill ,rasenuh | ....
4' : I WANTED' ; y# ir nest wiring Job auranee of a one- Allman, El"roa Watson and LUBBICA ON oliwd 1..k.I1._. ... ',

FOR SAI.E: 6 young rH 1.1, : or Apphlan4r I repairing. Promptasoriable pear al8 nent In your own SWAYS< lEAKS AWAY A. N. IAIUPOn aIuTAV500Tus
3 Bit Bone Poland hln Igu, Rnlee. Army Arlearn : Wanda Clements of Indlantown tf rttttonlloa. .. O000. us "III ...... Ie .Sods's
: priccu.Phone
i. I II I Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Qulgley. Cars Lubricate W iU In Swaying M4on .bus .ne place, ol bonn. \
i' >.U weeks :10 rh. e yon earn re- 'oC"pl"GAIl ,..
old : 117. ly oil nIghU Chris. Jay and Joe Qulgley of St. It ... ....,. damn FWida.
Telephone 44 R.1 "r ea stj I topher trieI Shop. Stuart cciv. thr best pay In history i Augustine Mr and Mri, Frank At No Ixtra Cost OrhiMdn... ,- Fta, _. Zniwio.. rahmbd la uM_.kiaoai. M-

{,rant lACK residj, ce, Go en I Fla. I' X tfEh ,tree Into c |hing quarters, and : Simmons Mr. and Mrs Bobby Drop In an ee For Your4f 544cm. .. ..k. duASlaart.. GRoton.' flortdi and: Ikit .Ik." "

L t i iI (.at*. Sept 4, II,J JIOR -1 I mNTEDr"1 : -- medical A' 'ou'll have the I Johnson Mr. and Mrs Ed Johnson 'T. 1000111. .'... a* JKr. 4 aaai lnl'''ro.ljd la ..101..*
Fi I : ; ;;;;;;;; presentable I chance I t so up to tZ.00 dur This SensationStuart Greasing Methtj I 10 41..1.V.ri Plc.... I... 0CNJAMiI0ItVD50SOCOT0A
] Mr and Mrs A. M.Tyler of I I
SAlE Elect .rdrll
: : akpearance. far door In, a 1liotment.. LAVInIA I iliOPbAaD
1 toe 4 ft. Norjf, fdilion ellent c to door wlrk In tDMunctlon At nol bli |f Ion to younelf Stuart Mrs 0.. O Quigley and Se rice SiAtion .. : :: i ,.bl ,ni ...... .
Mrs. Jack 8tven- THKRMA II, It. lIlt.ADVISTISEMENT
son Ass I.. 0sp4 4.
L f7S I. Oyrne "RP' 'I with Natiial lions mprove-I see your i care V. S. Army and' ..4 ", d..*' ..
t betw'en 1 nuar nd Jens ment Senrlte. and Commission Air For Ret' son and daughter, Kathleen Mr Walter Rein HELEN
I Salary 'Ling Officer at I and Mrs O H. Johnson and fPhon. 9144 0.. add.,. .Is *_
Rez 1361 Splendid Opportunity Comeau I lull i West Palm SAlInItY i- CIRCUIT COURT IN AOl
I children, Richard Jean and Raymond ... ....01.... .. ro AITI" COUNTY norCERV \
Call Z496 fere Beach or write Beach, I 'U Ic I ad to tell you ,
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coeorjAvotidr. Box %'11. If of the o| ortu es i In store for "ARNaa, .10 THBIAOTa.OOII.LI.IT ..
aetdlj 'u II00 FaRed jj ... -- Idazells Urc daughter of Mr. 10 ..k..... ( I.5T blo ...t... ,
pay plants 121 [ Boucainolnriana you. It and Mrs O H Johnson Ted isthe Bath Room Til and Ashalt Tile MIRIAM PI.I.tI'''.'
Golf .
ANTED equipment and '* t t 0 JULES 5 .. \
I I'' villa 50c RoyaJ Etc i furniture for club house. Con- iiiiiiiiimiliiiiiiiii,; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi son of Mr and Mrs, Ted I addr... I.; :bll'' ; ;j aoogr H. l..
L Craig, Albany Ave Baumgardner of Stuart. The Alto Supply of Belg it TiU ss ious colors all.. ad .B ... Csnk15.s;:.: "Jcr&l..t8R
I i tact MartJh County Golf and LT&SliJIuIlhhliSI )UND young couple will make !their 1 l/i I......... by. .. ;
I Stuart It Club and 38 8 Comme4lalINSTALLAT ... .5... .. rloeUi
1 .Country tf 'TNt 0 .
i ''r'l .. IIIIIIIIH ,IIIMIIIIIIIIII home in Stuart. .. ,
-- I Il. INS and tALES cu.d. s.d nil I Ii. ClA .h "" -
I'!' NEW Royal I e Bottle GasImmediate iiiiiiiiiiiiiityiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiNOTICES LOST, I ttoart ne I billfold < Mooney returned home Tile 1* 0 snsnpe :: .. h.o.'I.... .. ... -

Ranges In st k. return to Stuart kws. Owner l..i'i'e after three weeks In Baths o Drs board .torches of 5t.suli Uw anwort/, : : :: :

I'': ft delivery Hn ,hries Tire & I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII* or L. O Stubbs, \\Fed, High Buffalo, N. Y Erie Pa., and Detroit Qu ryTiUk 5 n. h.utb .l.lo4unbe.IbOoaPoa it :: ':

I'' Appliance C npany, Fort ICE: people of Martin way, S. It Moomy took a trip by FORT PIERCE TILE CONS/TRUCTION/ CO. ulos' ot'. 10,4,54 10.7Cn.tnuU ::
Pierre, FlaAUK. nty to know.. have not passenger boat from Buffalo to 41 :..t..T...: : IIVODI. 0575*

I .'!*. sept C11. is Id our llectrlcal business toby llhSlliliSlSSSSlliilllullllISi ISSIlillIlihliSALERNO D troll Bj went north by.train E.. H wLErrr 'molulslce nnyrnfle ...SI.... dsu..lns...'. fc :* ':/,1:1;, ::

one.j We are still doing and came back by plane from CoM 1011 ;. ::
I(>RDS: Order O' Box 1181 Phone 1: .... P.blA nod : "wSsr.v:
chRISTMAS |ctrie Mntraetlnf aod Ap- NEWS Erie to West Palm Beach. 111 IT ISlh St. Fort fierce -'k .sold an's ': : "

4'' them now wl your name on. p nee Repairs,. Phone 117 8al-!rno School opened Monday l ..r a I' o : l. *
I Stuart Newn ,me. U T. ... .acb. .... *
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I d or L night. Christopher By MRS. 0. D QUIGLETliliIhIilIiISpIlIh5lllulIl5u5IiIliihihilIilif iIcd In III. .. H DAN .... ....I.... .-
lOlTsAI EmA E trIo Shop, Stuart Fla.tf The tcacVra are Mrs Emma OP COli aad "' :.. C1oartrSa .
I cash mister i Kindred principal and 3rd and oaoao wkarola .tr: :: :: *, *
derp fry poJ( french fry eut- Mr and Mrj R J LOTS FOR sod J **' '
V" Scurry and 4th grade teacher Mrs., Harvey PENSIONERS Errh : : ;j; i
I leeatrr e Icr, utcam table, viii ST'ItYWORK and Mat daughter Joyce ElaJn of Ply. Shelton 1st and 2nd grade and sn r fy:;Ds'i'uV-pWvTK: :

: < Oak dinintdrmm rhairs Rice tee I Rewatlnr" of all kinds. mouth Pa., aro here visiting Mrs. Huddle of Indlantown 5th! $5Ot$2OO.WATERFRONJ1' ics nalnm UK 55 lad 504. : [::Tr a frsofatU-a: ... ; t

Kestaursnt fl514 S. Federal We lo |>) st class work, pickup Mr Scurry sister Mrs. Bobby and 6th grade. Mrs. Fred Pedersen PRIVILEGES ion. C.sei.iusol tIsIrr.: I; .::
.1. IllfhwaySept. ftidi deliver. Phone Fort Johnson and Mr Johnson as lunchroom manag and .ml..I..M.. .. f ::-"t. :: : I

11 IS Mrs. W. M. Marr turned home Pavement and SidewsNks in fr of ZoLtTSee. jC..I'. Onnole, .00.4d.ds.Ml ./ ,W''"I
.\: ., Pier I T7IJ or write Route 2. Mrs Claud Davis as a helper nt' every "ITH.I8A Norlk bsOpi, :
I .1 Saturday after two week in Miss Margaret Blanton turn wmb.lfnOV4nt0' 4'0; '
flux t. Fort Mattress et'
f.f.I f( ii'ii""LE: .1fiARnr PLOT or Waverly with rvr daughter. Mrs. i IbIS 101 dnr at. Ein aalf af 'usi.. no OzA: ,..... .
Corn ). if fd home at the end of the Bummer II '1... .. .. SWIn' of 8E1 1Cu' 110ool -
".I : ; lASh) : HEN PAVED T f). Johnson" and Mr Johnson school and will return to of Nortk klU I IIkroofoarlka :rWi i
if DID A TIlE BEAUTIFUL lIliluiuihIlIlhIlIihIilIiIISIIhii'FEM Mr and Mrs A. J. D' ; lEH \ ,
t college In Tallahassee the latter (:!rot II : .11"1.5 .... || Taoa- 'p
Jl1'LIClF. RIVER. A FINK ,E HELP WANTED and son Jlmmle were business part of thi month *..... I table IT! Sootkl rsi. *.. ... I

lOCATION 1 OR A IIOTEI OR ii'uiiiiii' callers In West Palm Beach. Saturday R. Martensen of Morchcad. N, : ? J r. I CLE flod Yoar nd oack Mil' I 01' ru5r-boo --I':::
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I, t $uult.rlunr (IN RESIDENTIAL HELP NTtD: S rxperlnced C. was a ealt:r here last week. to!:' t.oz; ,usia IMCl :

't' r SPCT1ON. I BOX M, PALM waltft Apply 1 In person. .. Mrs George Osborn president Mr. and Mrs Walter Paschal! ... IOLICIToa MaclOs ('011.". P 'di I il IS N.esC. .c:::

i 4 r. CITY ELI Rice I! ci, Ill South FederalIHIIIIIII opened the Ladle Missionary. and Mr. and Mrs Charles Hoi- ..... 4. U. u. .. :.Io CutbSsel. .: -::
1pptiI.18.. Hlghwi Soctety meeting Bept.'1 at 7:JO den of West Palm Beach and 110. ..,_ :, 00Is55RLrlieeqibuIIt1. "

I n I ; ; ftft.llWANTED. .' *3 p. m. at the church by singing Mr. and Mrs. J. T Holden and International ,*L1:550AL: : : :':: ,, ...:

1 I OR.; SALE:J Wire hair terrlor "The Old Time Way." and read- children Tommy and Sally Jo Sfcrling 54 ?Hg ow .
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.J ,("M' islE the scripture. Prov 4:14 23. of Pahokee called on Mr. and 1 o 1=
Watch/ uoun.at iaairt : ;
i 5am Ansty, Casa Terrace require. an additional After a short business meeting Mrs. P. f Scott'n last week 'Bulova PtorMa. ; oro.

: Sept. itFOR' go) for wrapping fIshIng Mrs. Osborn gave the lesson .using Mrs Eddie Jones and children 'Keepsake and Wd IA a. ; ::-:::-: ':. ':J'.f ::;' ::
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radsl See far w her subject .7. ,
ns fishing "Purity In Edward and DIanne returned to .ue 100.50 yvs:. \

.: ,M1.2:: 12 Stndle Coaches, rods at f sVtory price*. S. S. Hurt and Iif...* Present wre their home in Fort pure after Diamonds and Wee : : .....'....,.,W11d t. IOHKI"" ,
fr S be' and mat-
s &prins
pester Products' >t St. Lade! River Mrs.. J. P. Wllbar Mrs. W L. two weeks here with her parents Iltrr1IJ.\ t't'I t1" '

treeues. ; I radio*t I study Bridge. It I Merrftt. Mrs O D Qulgley and Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacobs. C.&Ee oa1l'ft. ;'Irt=- .''I ::::. :; :
I oil I Ik. Iceboat A' 'k "
stove '
lamps! ; Mrs. Fred Pedsreen. Miss ray Wray skinner of I I. of A..... 1"'.
IS concrete feundatloft, BELT WANTED: Womsa to work I The P,-?. A. executive group Miami spent Saturday here with TO j00.n.ft OuncO 0.sO)II. poN55 '

I .fert, Melalcuea ,Lodge farmtilf in the bin cry departsneut .fi met at the church with a eov.er her cousin. Miss E"!lyn Terry Jewelers 1 b AMUIf.W;. As '. ib.... Clio [ Ohul. S >

'} O I, Banch. Jensen The 8t a rNews' Apply ,atoffice I :!) dish luncheon. After lunch, M,. and Mrs.. Eddie Smith returrvd OSCEOLA AVE. STUART II ,
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ment by creating a 5-man commisison, which. will,
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(1:2"+You will; be joining forces willi the element; in' this, r; :,, : "44i You will be. giving your approval to, precipitating 1 I! ,

l community that are trying to control\ 'Sluarl'tth'. ,r turmoil in the city government that will throw JH ,'

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I" '4;. IF t YOU. 'VOTE" AGAINST. I THE AMEN E Mt't' !(t :." l/,;/l I. .\, Jj"t I ",! I

i properly and has ,made '.reductions in ,the' city's"'">' l'' C
!administration ; ,
,.. fl., ,:'', which unanimously"'", opposes the amendment' floating debt. 'f. '
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everything= t
: "j ti :' through. the- trying war. period".Ana since. In 3-man commission. is big enough to do Jtl i

Ji ':;this ,time the city has refinanced ,its bonded ,debt. ,I It at 5-man commission ,can do. The experience S l lQ

.r; b' Las, maintained the streets.. It has F purchased IV the neighboring' communities, shows that, a 5-man ,
>. w: .. ',: comVnission is no improvement in municipal govern-,
__/ \ : .. i water plant without cost to the taxpayerand' without '
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.: : incurring' debt against the;, ity. It has provided' ,';< : form oC commission operates much more smoothly .,'( 1
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< + Jul I successful -jf / "
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v the U.. S': lone of Germany go through their morning exercises holiday, ,
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--.. 's No1 labor leader His

I} ;;' I NAPOLEON 7fR\AS: "" _" _B 'lffl __ I party has recently the Social gained Democrats much, New apartment, houses with porches and bal lion of Alexandria, Egypt A big building! boom I Is I
General Zcrvas, Greek Minister strength conic )ine a street In a swanky residential aceIn progress
t of Public Order Is said to b. A ravalier marches In the parade which accompanies the Paulo ae ""---'-- ..osSTa '
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annual hone race around the of Sienna, Italy,
their fight uith teftiiit gum
rlllas along the Albanian bor crmmemoratinf a 12lh Century victory over the rival city ,
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who were sent Into the Yugoslav-occupied sane Fhea of Randolph, Mass: T/3 Milan Boyish
of V.nexla.ilulia to negotiate the release of Denver, ('310.. T/S Stephen 0. Novotny of Inion-
three other American soldiers, are talking to a town, Pa.. Pet 1st Class Richard L Donnell of I '.:A'OC __' f
IS CJ.2 officer In KSIIi Division headquarters at Mattoon, III, and Hashino Keijl of Honolulu, .m._ .n.---- ., i' __ .
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captives. Left to right r Maj. Tom S. Phair of dragged across the Morgan Line and .held for Arlington Texas, holds Tiny Bit, believed one of the smallest Prince Gold, called a perfect palomino colt The colts dam I Denham former !MR* till,

; .) Hollywood_ ('ah(, the (..2 officer; Capt Jacob six d*yl.! Shetland ponies en record He weighed It Ibs. at birth 1 Beautiful. Lady, standing alongside,' U .wned by Mrs ,George examiner, ta the new F"m\

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Known The Doll's House to residents of Colllngwood, suburb >l
as was an ardent net player until In* gigantic five-deck excursion steamer Wand Police estimated shortly(ter the .
.1 Melbourne: Australia, this home has an f foot frontage, three recently when ho was forced Queen bums furiously at bet'dock en th.Monasgaheli M persons were killed, but feared expMosjihat the death prsve'1 110. ...
three windows and larll-Stluare front garden A man and ...., toll day a/ III. IIUDoIa $ia&o Lie at 8prl.rldd III
rooms to give up lb. game becauseof U Pittsburgh after an .*- would be nor. The ship,was destroyed. alleep and |rid/
much for thes two lets. Brother to fast
his wlfo live In. Ii. his that ,
age plosion .spread fire from stem: to tern. dreaml+aa
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we will ynjoad\ puT \ Chouse ..you will save 'firtstont EASY L, ': '

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Tittton 0 Up to, 50% Offl t
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Full Size Heavy 1 Large Grind Stone,$12.75 $9.95 ) 1 1Reg. 1i i
((81121.95 23 Canvas With Nylon 52 Ice; Box Bottles{ .49 .19 $59.95 I '
i II it loobl rln Cord and Chain 3 Parcel Post Scales 7.25 3.60 as bV $49.50 I "
tuber.IAollldlnl reetlA.r.. Strapa.Reg., 19 Sets (2) Animal Pictures 2.19 .98 $9.45PICKUP Only/ 300 A WeekTake i: I
Low .1 1.25 a W..k; ,'$8.79 Small selection of large pictures CART :: '
ten-tack it anywhereyooh get your favorite (tatlo 'easily f
Priced $5.75 Vz price HIM Has Hint big van'tentDyLuxe 98 Six tubes including nctlln. Po..rlllllY..but npe.krr, 1t'. 1 ,V
tops In porUblul 110 120: Tol60 80 cycle iu I ittery
Plastic bathroom fixtures Vz pffce Batteries eitti. II
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--- .---- ._--- = ENAMEL WARE VACUUM CLEANERLight t.
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Beautify your home with new light fixtures SAOCE| PANS 1-2-3 qts. with or uplitfry\ etc. 1/3 h. p. Motor and air filter.

living room dinmsr room kitchen or bath with % covers. -l Priced from 49c to NtyCr needs oiling END T 0 0 l S j
All Attach'trnts IjCS
room. Here Is A Scoop!We only have 11 in stock. $1.75. ,Igtfudp. *Reg; Price $49.50 WRENCHES WRt : t

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$U 95 SALE
farmer $2 95 Buy For Only $2.00 Per Week! WRENCHES E
Must be icenj. to Vappreciated PRICE COX j y2 PRICE I r t
ALUMINUM ROASTERS Reg 50c to $1.00 :
6 pc .Iron Splitting Chisels, finest ,
12.Ib Capacity Steel 98 .
quality Alloy
ARCHERY SETS BOWS ARROWS AND Reg Price $3.79 $2.4U, SWEEPERS ON THE $8.50 Reg Price 3.89. SALE PRICE '"I' I J,

USE BUDGBtt PLAN/ Only $2.75 Down-50c Per Week. Constructed $1.45 '. :
Reg. Price $2.19 I ,j'j'I I,
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ON WEEKLY PRIZE DRAWINGS.' 1 Large Cake Plate I' \ \ '/
fjmfon* 6 Small Server
: Beautiful Floral Design
I CLEANER with Gold Filigree design ,!'.1


$45.50iiKtion Reg, Price $3.49 dip '
,RACKET i iFlfte.n.place.

A 6.00 V.lue'' yrol";, SALE $1.98
vacuum ( PRICE 10.49
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BUY ON EASY B3DGET PLAN Has new ow Tanner i i.lnchdrlTt.Precision built for inre nonlily -
A real bargalal I lf[ao yly !..tara that g Moro At sockets an made of beat treated and hardened: I I
laminated wood trams bt- iiKtion, cleans 'III r and Use Budget Plan .alloy I.....steel All put chrome-plated-Twat resisting.l
pertly... strong with 4141140nyl. better.A fine a Y. II 1----
money eta buy!

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handle pay '
an'25 fat shockproof 01 heavy lass IwrfMtly/ padded.,. TliM m 6.95 M. COVERS Lin. foot: 22c. 24c 26e 28c 30e 33e '
WATCH OUR WI paws FOR !{) rubber cord. finesttough wear made for COU'.I It
Ei1TRASFECJALS: RE. Will not rust or corode and not I
a cted by sun or alkalis. Resists dent 1 10 c/ OFF (I, ,,'

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This Is Not. Just, AnotherJal1> \ Every Item Marked Down. Some As Much As 400%. Others Only IQ%rV e Are Not Trying To fool Anyone. I f |J
II' SAYS "CUT PRICES FOR ANNIVERSARY SALE." This We Have Mor Than Done. ,II :'t111';\I \j]11
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1 Ifc'I Publication of Aircraft, :; Position NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES FAMED'MOVIEContinued TO ORLANDO PARLEY RECREATION Tallahassee ,Sept, U* The Commission. b

chart No 307, covering they suggestion! that telephone rates MORE DIESEL
Caribbean Sea and adjacent The County Agent's Column ( From Pogf One) Merchant-immbeta of the'1947 (Continued/ From tiff On) will be ordered reduced where The Florida U211Tg v

rent was announced today bjtlvr Slate legislature will be honored for "yacht" basin" which Inferior fenrlo* continues has way has received del/very/
name .
V,) 8Coasi and Oeodetlc By: L. M. Johnson tlon of; the first unit of the build and paid special tribute when long' has been sought here they been made to three Florida telephone more diesel-el:ctdc logy

t't'a' ? Survey i tHpartmnt; of Com log' project. Work has not yet retailers from all parts of FlorIda said, and for which hope for ,companies; by the Florida units, officials sfOoune

.Y t. c melee A citrus Institute for growers ded mango trees. St. Onge anticipates begun on the palatial home to assemble In Orlando Oct. 29 'eventual materialisation/ never

In the Indian River area will be a commercial orchard of overlook the river from one Of for an Important' fall conferenceof has been and never was Intendedto '
the highest points on the coast the Florida Elate Retailers Association. be abandoned. A Stuart :yacht .t invite Your FriencA To
la future
tim the
SPUN RAYON held Oct. 14 and 15 for the pur- mangos sums ; '
a but la for
I expected to start as soon The I organization'sprogram basin was a principal hope r
s.1 ) I poss of d along with citrus pro specializing In the production of as conditions permit. Includes encouragement evolution from this tax, but It 'u:

SPUN ACETATE ) duction along the Indian River. well-known approved varieties. Miss Langford's' 15-year car- of greater Interest on the was deemed advisable to delay Sailsport Res

TEGRA SI 'I The meeting on the 14th wUl be, Mole crickets are giving con eer as a radio singer !began at part of business in governmental pushing for Its construction Until aura
station WFLA at Tampa after affairs and the problems of those availability of materials
held at Tltusvllle and on the 15th siderable trouble In the seed prices and
1 1I' 1I at Fort Pierce. Among the topics beds, and a satisfactory' method which she went to Hollywood to who serve In public office. became more reasonable Just South of Fraxier Creek Brfge
I to be discussed will be produc- appear with Dick Powell on a The six merchant-member of Lyons said repeatedly. on U; 1 jIT
for controlling them has! not network radio show, Hollywood the Legislature< to whom special to "boating Tb
't tion costs, spraying and dusting i In further regard R PLEASURE SERVE*OU A MEALfJ
I, programs, water conservation bn found, HoteL She was first featured m Invitations have been extended facilities" the commission agreed
grads and other subject which: Considerable activity among motion pictures with George Include Rep. Marvin H. Rowell, to seriously consider further installation X SANDWICI*
i 1 are Important to growers in that the bland farmers at Jensen Raft In "Every Night At 8" In Stuart furniture dealer of docking facilities on
c9'i A complete will be! which she sang "I'm In the Mood the Stuart waterfront! particularly
area. program Beach has been reported. Mr. RY OUR COLD |ALADS
published soon, I for Love" She had five years COFINANCINGContinued- In the vicinity of the West 1st
Fagan U proudly exhibiting hisfine
with the National Broadcasting St. dock. It was explained that ORTENDER
I' i The Martin County AOA committeemen Crop of Spanish peanuts Company and then spent the complelon of that dock wall held

v have changed their raised on a small acreage near war years on missions of eMu ( / From Pegs One) up by high cost of piling after
,' meeting date and time to In* his home on the southern partof to military' bases all over the agreement that part of the utility DELICIO S STEAKS
;. war, OIs still remember the little structures. Under such a plan Intendedfor
afternoon of tax receipts was
drat W dnr day
t the l Island, He Is using them
each month They are especially blues singer as one of the they could b; built simultaneously Improvement was Mach- BENJAMIN GODoltD
; as vegetables and for parching.
few ,
1 r.d" bright spots of active
; busy this season of the year Mr. Sampson Is busy getting war
duty, acclaiming the Prominent speakers In the discussion ed.It that De-
reviewing requests for prior approval his 1 acres ready for planting programs was further agreed
'; I she gave them+along with Bob following Crary's revelations board list
; from farmers and ranchers b.'ans, peppers and eggplant. hon submit to the a
a planning work on Improved Hop!-as number 1 on their were Ward Mosley and I of names for a special committee -
I in Martin I -- "Hit Parade. W.- B. Tllton.I Ward scored the of three or tour persons to
pasture practices According to Information received fELF-SERVlCEfLAUNDRy
She and Jon Hall hav been Inconsistency of the san reports i
.1 County. The members of the I by the county 'agent be Joined by a commission member
Edward Mapp.. H. married nine )';are. They now which have been aired some over-all 'BYjLAUNDHRALL
F committee are mango thrlp has made 'its appearance In drawing up
...1\.11'1\: 1>{. Saunders, Paul M. Hoensheland In Martin County. This own and operate an airport and here particularly I In view of the plans for greater outdoor recreation
t,. M. Johnson. H. B. KraftIs Is a very destructive.Insect! and aircraft sales and service agencyat former understanding here that, facilities and expansion of
the treasurer of the Martin needs considerable attention. All Hollywood. the Jenstn span's cost would not marine Improvements hone In
h. County ACA and Amey L. Hulls mango growers are requested to She soon will begin weekly exceed $170,000, a figure now I this manner some definite pro- 'ItHE COMPLETEfvUTOMATlC
,\. radio appearances with Frank morn than doubled by the SRD.! beoutllnod ':
Is chl.-f clerk. notify this office of con jects for completion could HOME LAftNDRY ,
j I'' '. I tamination by this thrlp.any We acm Morgan. Hall will\ go back to He said l hr heartily believed I In cooperation i and pushed through to
a full schedule of moVI>! between the two communities -
-m ldnl.
Dehon said,
\ '":a 1 I.], ; Martin County agricultural trying to prevent Its spreadingover in their bridge alms although I completion;
''ji, flashes: the entire county.
Paul Moenshcl and other bulb MOOSE LODGE GETS "tho pudges- widely 1-WAT POLICE RADIO ?
,. (,r NEW HEADQUARTERS made toward repair of the Jensen
I. growers are busy planting gladioli. Florida" Farm Hour, Station SYSTEM SUGGESTED
II ,., WRUF. Beach bridge were made Sheriff O. M. Hancock received
Gainesville: Stuart Lodge 1240, Loyal Order first and must not bj forgotten," '
comment by the
English Is spreading 3 favorable Conntv Electric
& 1J
FrL pt. -"Getting Hogsto I Cod
: of Moose, has he said
f \ purchased andexpects
tons of dolomite on ,hl* truck Market," Dr. A. L. Shealy, felt commission on a proposal for Installation i
to move here -within 10 Mosley the completion of
farm miles west of Hobe Sound. Farm Flash.. of pollco radio systemto J. W. KEO.ER, Mgr,
days a 90 by 40 H. the Stuart would
building pro- project greatly
Farmers In the Indlantown i Sat., Spt.: 13-Flf !en-mlnute be operated for and supported -i '
cured at the recent open sale of Increase the development of the and lobe DEHON ADC.
area report'very favorable program at 12:30.: by the city county I PHONE 75
1 weather for seed bed productionand Mon.. Sept. 15-"Soil Conservation buildings at Camp Murphy, It area and' eventually force the Sound law enforcement agencies.All .i
was announced this week. The Jensen bridge work Tllton favored '
I that tomato and pepper Service Work In Florida," cars under the jurisdiction of
i building will serve. as this lodge's the joint work for fear the
plants are fait approaching th* Colin Dunn the three bodies would I bl equipped i
iJ first self-owned headquarters. Jensen brcl?e would deteriorate z x- '- -
transplanting age Tues.. Sept 16-"Control of I with radios with a radio station t
J C A. St. Onge of Hobe Sound Damping Off," Dr. W. B. Tls-! Th building will be placed on byond: use before the Stuart In the city to be operatedon
I property now owned W. bridge could be finished.
made 24-hour basis The sheriff ,
t.U set IsMweU recently a trip to the dale. Farm Question Box. a
southern part of the State topurchase Wed., Sept. 17 "Alachua' I on the east.ntBubdlvl-: ; Edwin L. Seabrook West Palm was urged by the commission to
1 In Frailer Creso Beach entomologist, was accepted
. approximately 15 bud- County Home Demonstration secure data on the proposal'scost
A Feature" Mrs. Virginia Rags-' sion.' Members of the lodge plan by ,the board as adviserto and report back to it. N ICE
I'I to spend Sunday afternoon clearing the Martin County Antl-Mos- Reservation of the Clvle Cen.'

I dale.Thurs.' Sept. IS-"Early Fall the property and all\ 'are qulto District and the members ter by' the Chamber of Commerceon
and basic urged to turn out to help with were given a demonstration of and Nov.
Poultry Chores Frank S. Perry; the nights of Oct. 13 _
the work. In the Immediate future a new mosquito-eradication machine
s Farm Flash.V 10 was approved. The first session
teds be s see, ed bb lowly It rhoH yes I the lodge expects to buy favorably considered by will be for nomination and

: + I 11eNrr+nq Iroc A at ew gLnl ta1 s Tc4A I S. Senator: Spcssard L. Holland l-' from Wheeler the four lots lathe Seabrook and engineer Mark election of new Chamber officers -
r l ; ,teak, 'ehoe bllone ,leeC erwesa, et the will be the prfnclpal speak' area on which the buildingwill Witham. 'This machine has a and the second for Installation Owners
bj placed It was said. Bean Royal engine which pumpsIS Autompbi
,t Medgen esc n., F ilouily Weere er at the fall convention of the: of them. !
gaL a with 500 IDS. of
fcl, and Me f d i. rt flowing limt.II I Florida Farm Bureau In Miami The proposed city 'appropriations
r |in ?,, of I ae' sees. II b* lomttlTifl Nov. H-15, It was announced this Mrs. Reginald Kltehlng returned pulled pressure,of The DDT emulsion takeoff I is for the year starting Oct. i
to her home at a power
II'', 1o eemcmbe YOU I In S.nduee. week by 8crtary: John Ford. ; Eldorado 1 were officially approved as was
Red Clay, u. 1.1.. e:11t.t.i ( Siu* I Heights after two weeks in Mar- through an atomizing of nozzle and Ordinance 180 under which the New laws effecti* Oct. require\ you to ihow n
tin covers an aria 100 ft-
\ I County Hospital where she nearly
RACta STUART OFFICIALS city will vacate the alley which
10 <0 20. < 12.95 TAX NO TITLE ATTEND MEETING underwent a major operation, 1 Adopted by the commissionwas runs east and west between East auto insurance lialBity: : poi cr: or net worth of $40OC.>

I INC IGATIONS Her many friends are wishing. a resolujlon Ftcognlzlng the End Ave. and Oak St. In Oak /
;' CROWS I hr a speedy recovery Port Sewall special road and in case of an acciAnU If you do not have either 4these
Stu Six accredited football officials Park Subdivision. A report on a
f'i1' t bridge district,
George ,
from Stuart attended an officials' : bacteriological examination by lose our Be ense. 1
MAIKIACK APPLICATIONS S. Brockwayonu! to do you may
i I DAA meeting at West Palm Ho. l fwMU 'Well ..., stunt,. ... the State Board of Health of'
Ikach High School Saturday t'i!> MUII.. S.v... St.,,. roadwork! In the area, ordering' three city water tanks showedall I ,
\ :,
: ..
ArkHMa 4, to
CTC54KENNLDY night when the _. andr.......StMrt. .* blm present specifications totfmVwrd tqb satisfactory. .
Store customary review All. Ann .u.II. i AUTOMOBIL A > ALL KINDS OF .JNSUB
.FOR [
Dcpartmem; I of nw rules and discussionof MIII M Stevknu.. BLU.et.tA. Hulk immediately and providing Transfer of five liquor licenses '
H. HIT.w. for advance J
controversial old ones was Jo'. Mania Ouniohii. Jr., Bt. P.ut, financing Of from Paul Oerhard to Carl U ANCE SEE ; p..:,
PHONE V320 a Aatr. ,i.OIa A held The clinic was sponsored' My.., cad l Flom A lie* R.M.( St..rt \tins project. | Bess as requested by attorneyDavid

-i by the Florida High School Athletic !{ M. Marshall was approved.A .

I'' : Association, and Lafayette suggested design for a "This U

Oolden, executive secretary: of'' SCOTCHLITESiGN' Stuart" sign on the city's north EDWA1Phone MAPPP.
the FHSAA, presided. I side was rejected temporarily In
ltii i- NOTICE fb OUR CUSTOMERS Attending from here were JackL. i favor of submission to the boardof

Colenman, Coach Charles H. addltonal design proposals. Apermit
Kindred Assistant Coach JosephA. I was granted to Jack Olll
1 { McCoy, Al M. Shrtgley RalphW. for construction of a miniature 19 'P, rude P. O.B<*j jxt.IRlm 3

Stuart \ Dep rtment Hartman and T. T. Oughter- golf course north of the Victory Hi 1
9 son THEY SHINE AT NITE Hotel, .

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< Tallahassee, Sept. 11 Child- RAINS BLDG \ "* IhONE 103-M f,..:
ren who will be 8 years old on \,
Will Be Cldjed or before Jan. 1, 1948, are entitled -
to be enrolled In the 1st

grade of common school In September
MONDAY ND TUESDAY, Attorney General J, Tom dash

SEP \ 15 aid 16 Watson This has ruled. Highest, For your Car t
l IS In correction of a

statement In The Stuart Mews WON'T LAKE FIVE, MWUTE3 t
Reopening edn day Sept. 17
two weeks ago In which It was I
1 t. V stated Dec. I, 1947 was the date We can pay you thi Q. P. A. limitKr your cat which TuART I.f ,

{y1' ,. on or before which child must is as much sAwhere and "
i astrou can
fet U.
-- S. No. 1 At THe St. LucfUliVcr
I du fdi be 8 years old to enroll. \'':. ,:; I
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NEW 1947 )SLEY CAR Itllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilmlllllllllll'Obituaries ): SUNRISE MOT R CO. Dine ats ; '

S 31H23 South 1 is

$ :
,,1,1I 5 William Harrison Crowell, 78,
for many years associated with
:p AT Chlsholm'i here: died at West p
Palm Beach Aug. 28. Burial was
I at Fern Hill Cemetery hen. Ori NEW MEN!
6tf vilie. \

t s jt i 4th STS. 25 years ago and was for a number \ OYSTERS ARE IN 'E ON
: of years associated with tM I

:1.r I old Stuart. Bank and Trust Company 1 Choice Baltimore Selects Prepai d to four Liking I


Delicious Fried Chic in
''f i hy ) 1'1,1,, 40 to SO Miles er G Gas.t .
1 Broiled Tender West St ka
"' MANY PROJECTSContinued rn
J;' ((10 acres a cultivation) Golden Brown Fried callop "

lv, ( from yoga One) With 4-room fumt.'bed't' e, including: ; water and Broiled Florida Craw 'sh

t 1'j a ElPEJ Ing new four-lane highway along tiotct facilities. Includ'I I farming equipment, Jumbo Florida: Shrim ; any Ie:
the east coast, while Stlmmell harrows, plows etc., and
scored what hj termed the city's house on property.: .. .

i : Machine Sflop Work'CALL garbage unkempt Outstanding system.parking among areas the and speak poor This property. ALL. r.a f ly./to live oat and to start .. Enjoy Your FaVorit 'CoKlatt l

ers was Roy C. Beckman, State fanarn,. Six miles from St rt. ,

> ; advertising director who told :-7n; '
something of the 1948 alms of This i ( '; the Sailfish sun
STIMT 4 his office and of Its dependence .J il' .being offered the ,low!. price. of 'i,, ,

on local Chambers of Commerce. t' '

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N porrk b, .. ft. ....".... W rmnl Theodore \\Dehpii the "r
Incorporated ... H at Pi*"
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er and teltphone companies are A.-YeQ .. I,

Too '!ale'toLA.SSIFY 'corn hopeful It will that not If be* prolonged storm does or Notes of Interest To Veterans .-What la the maximum disabled
length of training a
so severe as to tear up their George H. Moor V. A. Contact Officer teran can get undet the publiC -
poles.lines and equipment Property At office of H R iowery, Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarter Law If?
owners, particularly those 1 to 4 p. Monday.. 105 Atlantic Ave A.-The maximum I It four
Just as soon see the
the time If factors In any
storm pass us by Citrus growers Questions that World War n la the maximum. However the case warrant an additional per
fear the damage from salt veterans ask most frequently Interest: rats may be slightly for rehabilitation..
lrlda ,enter the, so-called spray In the coastal areas and about Insurance, job training higher for certain types of Insured Q-Must a disabled veteran
leant season this year with destruction of trees and fruit benefits and 01 loans were answered -
<< business. loans go to a vocational school or may
Coast resident hoping that should their groves be In the pathof today by the Veterans Q,-In order to get a business ha go to a liberal arts college, a
brm will sweep up their the blowScientists. Administration The questions loan under the OI Bill, ,wlll I I high school or similar Institution :
and destroy th& trouble. anxious to test new and answer follow: have td operate the business myself under the Vocational Rehabilitation PARK BARD:1:
"red tide" Scientist; con-, theories, eagerly await another Q.-I have been drawing $57.SO ? Act?
that It will take a etorm ojl.hurricane for they believe that I each month from my $10,000 war A.-Vej, the veteran must devote A.-He may enroll In any VA-
cane proportion to do the through the use of chemicals or I risk Insurance policy since my' his personal labor or supervision > approved educational institution :
,nd beach resident My, "If bombs It be discharge from the Army afterWorld t I
may possible to I ,to the enterprise, pr to or training establishment
s what It takes M It come break up and dissipate them. I War I. Are such payments the practice of a profession, on a offering the course of training lIt
he sooner the better"Tho!y The Army-Navy discontinued when the $Iff( .000 he needs :
Weather which has found
storm damage I Is exhausted? full or part-time basis VA Membership on the Sluart Park B ref'il' community service to I';
hat possible Bureau Hurricane
Warning Center Q.-Does the VA help the disabled to Insure his proper
inly 1) preferable to the un- at Miami conducts regular i A..No Payments may be con. veteran after he In line with his own deilrei
get a Job ,which the five member contribute thet- time and effort without one
inty of the present Intoler-! reconnaissance flights over the! tlnued for the remainder of your i

situatiOn.ce Caribbean ready to spot these: life provided< your total disability I cent of cost to,taxpayers. The member/ of the Stuart Park Board are 1
such storm usually storm and chart their course. ,I remains unchanged Service i I
d the end of the rainy ea- One of the strangest assign, Q.-Why do I have to pay two I Abstract '
farmers and grower ill ex. ments, that of the 308th Reconnaissance : monthly premiums Instead of if
d flooded aras'Join in the Group, Is to fly boldly; one when I reinstate my lapsed PROMPTNESS!! ACCURACY / COURTESY 'i'
Let It c6m ."-. national service' life Insurance? 1
at and say i through threatening thunder-; MRS. H. Hj HIl'SON ; l'l'n.
iilng to stop /the rain and heads, tropical fronts and hurricanes -i A.-One premium 1* for the nd Title Insure / Co. Inc. : 1
\them an opportunity to do : and bring back Information -: 30-day grace period following the Abstract& e B. MeCD LOUGH J, '
date of lapse, during which the
fall planting as to their direction and Intensity -
I Insurance wa continued In force of .
They plot the probable
without payment of premium; ,
course of the storm and report FLORI
the other Is for ths current ,
ROTARY warning service
*I UK I where month of the reinstatement: Fret. KU IN ::1
A sir frequent bulletins are Issued 10 Victory Aide Franlf Quiaenberry I '
Nodft W.J.n4ir II IIisHofMS Q.-If I use part of my armed .
emu. so that areas In the path C01/EMAN/ \
forcer"leave bond to In- JACK
pay my
U. M. AUNDMUfcOYAL of tin approaching: storm will I
w.. have lurance can I receive the bal- I
HARRIS as accurate advance warn- ax
AwBayRI + : ance in cash?
.trr ing as possible : CONTY
A. No. RTIN :
The tendency of hurricanes to The remalnd: of your ,
bond is placed to credit un-
move ila erratic
wry manner
OIDER OF factor Ua.ben In the their'greatest destructivenesa.contributing til able such in time cash as or It you becomes authorize pay. WE DRILLERS Bee use the sola purpose of the Park'i'! :' "

further.premium from 11 We* Drilled Cl&ned Etc.
payments ,
Mow II.
MOOSE every storm Is tracked and the balance Board isVo make Stiart a more beautifuland
5TUART DGa 1140. charted. Methods for determining your Have Your Vftrk Done B A Licensed Driller 'h
P. M.M Q- World War n
MEETS My son a
EACC ONTH DATA position of hurricanes,!Intensity. are and constantly movement veteran, la In a VA hospital andI Prompt Swvice more attractive city in which to live \ i
Wood Stu ,Ds Fla Hall, plan being of studied control.to So find far the flights best visit A.Yes would him like every All to day know If I can Phone 107-X-J I 310 East Fourth St. and bring pour ch dren, the board members :J, :'1 i '
AdminIstration IAYESSTOP '
hays been made through, C RLES '
around and the hospitals have special are inVno way nvolved in politics: or .' ; !
over top and the I
Ithletel Foot Itch hours
act aside each day for

How fc Stop It, feasibility Is being investigated of long-range radar visitors pltal&Q.What the same a* civilian hos in city gove nment.] .,; ) 1 1I
During:the Atlantic hurricane >' i
ake 5 Minute Test Interest rates are
I TE-OL .1 mr .! .r*. A .''rnWERFUlWeNETRATINO of Spt.: 12-17, IMS property lenders permitted to charge on in I:
damage amounted to $9000000but j
ULL K..cK.. MORE htmlSTRlBcTH there,were only two fatalities OI business loans? Today 1 '
t.w KILn sour 5..0.1. T.4.P NEW at5TU In Tha". fact that the loss of AIn most cases. 4 per cent To abolilh th | Park Board would be 4 I 11+
T DRUG life was so small despite the in- Coiult us about your build.in
enslty, of this twister was for SmokeySays: if problems. a mistake because lie job then of creating :'
the most part due to the exol- .. ::lN"A6NH '
'rti County lent, wll-planned bulletins made alsTRUU1 WITH, PAINTS more beautif surroundings in the com- ;
by the Hurricane ReconnaissancePlan. NRa 1N 71,411, 'I

me t Craft marked. Two live lost constitutea r WALL BOARDS munity would Ifallf back on the city com- ; 1
decrease from the 500 CEMENT PRODUCTS
M.. .145 D1 154.. lost during the uncharted 1938 !
missioners wha elected for that
|laying lasterinf Stucco stornj BRICK w re.not

Cer nt Work v Squadron The i 53rd Morrison Reconnaissance Field, West r LUMBER task, who profess no, interest in parks? and fd j ,

Work ClMrrplace A Specialty Palm Bach reconnaissance: will conduct flights hur.rlcane jAH ILLWORK & ROOFING who claim no knowledge of parks or how 'f, \4. ';

twos H .... 4r. Prep.s during B-29 aircraft 1047: Three have;JB-17 been and placedIn four AL SHR LEY, Mgr to develop thri The result would be .: i i-;

Pr. city, rr. this special service. A mini-

mum of one flight dally has been East Coatt. Lumber neglect ,and evoimial :collapse I of our park'x r
established: however In case of ,
S1RUARTllTYjlOMMISSION [extreme emergences,. as many system. Stuart Mok a step forward when I I
ligttts! Ys are necessary to obtain '

accurate and authentic Information Ile' & Su !ly coo we created the Brk, board by vote of the {,:
eg r Meetings will be made. Common mull srni*-Burned
The B-17 aircraft are utilized woodlands product no timber, pay I Phone. 22 P. O. o Stuart. Florida people. Let's' tinue to make :;'
P. M.d. tot-penetration of hurricanes at no wages, pay no taxes for woods 1
I. and 4thFNESDAYS low"and medium levels while the or schools.
rather than & kward.- :
1I. 9';handle reconnaissance at go 1ft
I very high levels above 30000
t; City Hall feet 'The Supfrforts also will ,j ,
C ,
1 I circle the storms tracking them

always; ebli Welcome by, Scientists mean of will radar.attempt to destroy -< The Park 1 olrd ha done the best ::1'' I'I'I

approaching storms by ;
dropping dry Ice into them or possible the pas four years under trying 1I 1\
wing other chemicals and possibly I
bombs Success In the use Retail DcliveTOHPEDO circumstances. "he\Fourth Street park I i i'ii'
of dry Ice to produce rain has ,

been demonstrated and com- property has b :n maintained and the '' I I'I '
STUART mercial organizations now are

prepared to contract to make planting of trees shrub and srass gradually t 1
SfSpecialise rain In\, any area suffering from 'ii'i
drought by the use of dry Ice: in extended. if \ew I
benches ,
1916> which Is dropped from aoove the teen park r

cfouds' with cement ends have be\n purchased and : f
'. ,But wether we experience a i
hurricane this season not,
we can count on one next or spring will be ready for installation this fall, pro T tt.# :'
when the gubernatorial cam
[ paign gets under way and Tom OU-der ae'yn.a. ISrras..... ..FII..... viding seats for several nundred at >the }

< In.Rentals. 'Watson fanning and the Fuller brteze Warren That promises begin. *".'"'...Carpe a $150% 11549 Spa Carpe: $1666 S1714 bandshell and m king wee\ y' band concerts i t .-

to be a lure enouh storm andIt Spare COMPS j, ..' I I 1553.. 1600 4.11 w Srdaw 1717. 1764
will take more than dry Ice or !-Dceredaw Sea lard for the ente tainment 3[ our tourists
a. 1561. 1615
B-29 to break It up. It Is a bit % Now Wagon .' 1365. 1418
M .too,,arly to start charting I itnow Sedan ('..". a a I 1599. IOt8 Be axe 2242. 1489 a definite' possibi' ty. Ir
For Inf matioaiEstate but I It promises to be a % low 0MAT ,. 6
4-Door Srdaw
0" a I. :
161. 1674
Insurance |honey, > prices i include' t, State and Local
C..re.".'. '. I a a 1928. 1973 1 e.. and Freight. !y M drive Liccnie. ,$
a write seeN ,CONVENTION:: BILLED IIdrq.(......r '.'. I t floral Equipment j d Accessories extra fd '
Jacksonville, Sept. 11 ,(FNS)- 1961. 1015 ices subject 10 chan without nonce. More progres in park development is ii 1;
E. YLOR The 22nd annual convention of I

Ice Bids. Phone -1841STUA the Florida Ice Association: will promised this fall 1 ] 'f you voters will keep Jt ,

be held here Oct. I and ,10 at In thes i days of"motor car Ji ,
in office the boar members wh devoting
the Oeorgs Washington Hotel. ;,shortagesmeasure easy to forget' the true are -
t 01Tliatt m car valu
/ why are publishing here their time nd energy wimout pay ;
+g '. the cited local deliveredprice i i'oatac
FES Y\DU\ 'CAN BUILD! factory for, c / modeL to the cause of gre ter, beauty in vur com- it. ;

We feel it i me .D.fie the public 10 be
reminded that fine carwhicb offers munity. They ar] qualified for }his job .iJ!
all could k of still ;
you *y car is ".i
autWrind Pontiac/ dealersat by inclination and
c'ast'' has the buildingmaterial t priced tucb by reasofwlsi figures.is xperience

you nee f- Check'with us.i If your deaii to own a Pontiac.
we ask that a pleas be patient.
k ,We'll, h i you get those) items w The Pontiae ctory is doing: all it
'can,eoaSimone ith Pontiac standards,
hick :still scarce. .10 on.'When
further p .
your Inc is delivered,you'llbe VOTE NEXT' TUESDAY

IT'S,GOO BUBI I! lESS TO BUILD you'll doubly receive: ft for outstandingly your patience." fine For

and, beautiful tomobile vat a price AGAINST ttie' PROP SAL
ND ITS 0 R JSINESS TO SEE w represe sound, honest value.

HAT YOUFERIAL G BUILDING Ss e4erdeprl> as.IlPwtia Nd ber.arors Gclrlea e e : :
Spar tin whMb bumper and bumper' rdsl meal On,s stir nftlM arum IfnJ j*.mi TO ABOLISH the ARK
"mscool wiadihuU. wiptts; dual J psi dual aryerlrra Jtlf im pOmf new
SE )DAY.CASATAJMBERCO... """' nsors oil dtaum dear lighter naives I.eaacr PIa., yer arrIw low of'''-
dual cap <*-cylind r modals)| a.-... a heist frtlr lily: At mttmlim It n be*
bBta; from doors. tttrfnumt tfmttmg *i nf 41WILE' BOARD!

OTOR CO. 1 (Thfi AdrtUemtnt M,for By Friends) k

1ENRY CADRE PHONE M N. Federal Highway 'Stuart, florida

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; TEN THE STUART! NEWS: STUART, Martin,County, FLORIDA, f 8CBSDAT, 8BPT;' 11. '1W7l' .

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ii w 1 1yr .'., ;,1, : 1e} tu rt euj \ Inform yourself THE CITY ELECTION I p Horti# ultura//y'SPeaklng// and' 7 COMM

Take the trouble to get a true and accurate picture aM ''' =ors
.. .
l j ,''I I I 'N before cast vote in next Tuesday's city election. .- 000C.e. =oC79CIN Or70f
h Published every Thursday at you your AY J 'AI going I to divulge
11.. : v .: Stuart Martin County, Florida,! Then-when you do cast your vote -makt it registerfor f law you ever carried on eorrespondenc: with someone fat sway Because work and detest a marveloue

; I by Stuart Dally News, Ine, a what you honestly' believe to be for the constructivegood whom you have learned to appreciate and enjoy but whose face you { hate people who th

I 1\\ 1 ".' s Florida Corporation. of the future of this community have never seenf' 1 had this experience with Prof Harrtaoii WUIard things for me to ,do, 10nr'a&,0 I perfected a lIleth
\ Entered as second-class mall A news story about the Issues involved appears on Smith who over I period of 10 yean, from hit plantation on the Wand tlrownlnaJde.

j t 4' ? ". matter at the post office at, page 1 of today's News. A public forum will b. held under of Tahiti In French Samoa, far in the Pacific, wrote to me of the treei I DISCOVERED the basic principles of this

J I Ij t ,fs 4 Stuart, Florida under the Acts the auspices of the Stuart Jaycees at the Civic Center and flowen which grew, In hit garden and which were cultivated elsewhere quite by accident fishing with an old Cracker In t.1

t, I, \ ;. of March 3I 1871. : Thursday night. to the Pacific: Island. Pwfeisor Smith Came by his title by long ponds around Stuart. We would be making

I A FREE PRESS You, the citizen have the responsibility of decision. seryice. After graduating from Harvard with high honon hi 1895, he through the woods just after dawn when this d.0Ul
,r I II Be fully Informed-and then make that decision without studied two yeari/ at Boston Tech and got II degree there In 1897 for ; lion may his bones rest in peace -. would mrhtVof

t and Th. fctuirl' Dalit t-: ': a ...+....r. prejudice. '-with the welfare of your town first and fore 20 years thereafter he taugh electrical engineering at M, I. T During whoopee and remark: "Soon u we get tbrouiII'rm

I A FREE PEOPLE ,tit._1h anal a..K,I.M. .< 111' !....,race"...o. 11.1i' most. World War I from 1918-1918 he was a member of the American pot me one of those critters" The lap;

1' I 'rhkl.l'M lll .r.1 .#T/mw./I lu.M.rt M..n.a w.wIMNN, rllAt MM.rcA : Volunteer Motor Ambulance Corps In France, 'Later he was an instructor lundhill) cranes so I used to be some concerned si: ,J

.. IfIT Tb.. s.........U.II. .......,. A LIVE, ALERT COMMUNITY in navigation for the V. S. Shipping Board and dean of the U. old fellow getting in trouble until I found thatTJ
t. r .a I b .'r.r.l.d 1"... .I.OcUbOT. f+rw.rlt s I.Awn IU ad ..kluytk .. I S. Naval Aviation Detachment in Boston. Bostonians of the older generatioo wiped his mind clear of anything and everything else
.......... An encouraging viewpoint was expressed i
( }l en4a ll
r Tuesda'i today remember the professor at t bearded bachelor who retired -be skittering a pork-rind frog cut from a piece or'.

YnWl1r A. MRNNINCRR----- .. ,C.n.rl night by Roy C. Beckman State advertising from teaching In 1919 to a farm In Springfield. Me. A year later skin, making wiggle and dance, dart and hesitate ii
Eaaasw. ... I.Yoss .Ad..U.l.r I t:= attending a general meeting of Martin County lie was on his way to the South Sea Islands to mute hit home. He made the lily-pads, and by the time a four-pound basso
) -- of Commerce.. I profound study of tropical l plants. The French Colonial Government out from the pads all the whoopers In the !
: :
: TE8. struck the fact, he said "that so wool
: .I was by : many :
wood which
.I \ .J, err II.U nu Y_. IS t' ll\ .____ valuable to aviation and for being the first man to make the Nips he
I .. .......1.1.' / rol" .....-..... u. ....11......... Tb. ".M..r.rt ........ tta. riibt me that is one of the best signs eta live, alert community i was and the Durian fruit flourish in the Pacific LATER IN the day might scratch hi. head
.Y ...Nra. ter ........"..1010 adr......".nt -personal participation in civic affairs: : palm wy "Seems like I had sump'n else on my mind ba
'( .Tbi AmcUKd Prnt it ...'..i..I' ululd(! I I in On" wt fw mnibllratkn lit .U Mra Professor Smith was particularly anxious to help me establish in could
.... J
Mr. Beckman who should know he directs theState's plumb i pint> away froth me. have reminded hurl
\ the United States freer. which are known as Harrinrtonia( tdulu
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED; PRESS $500,000 advertising campaign suggested that some jt was The Idea That He Was Gonna Kill Him A Wh
{ ;d ;' rb. r ,...I. ....... 10 .rer"1, ......I...' to tho ... I" ......bll..U.. ot .. lb.j "Stuart Means Sailfishing" might form whose brilliant red (lowers are a distinguishing feature ol the Samoan or maybe another like The Idea That A Certain
) !,,' A".I on err/ntN/ I. lair gl""aM. It ..11 a aU i.e..... .. 11.P... ... the three words) landscape. Over period of five or six years, he sent seed shipments Place SaI
Good A
Would Make A For Still.
: :: : Please ,
the basis of signs visible Who pus through ; Gardenat 1 leers
<1 MEMBMt, AUDIT RUHKAU OF CIRCULATION tOlel'8Ons several times, both to me and to the U S. Plant capitals alone. AU ideas like people spell their
train bus
a community by Garden But i names
: Cocoanut Grove *ixj to the Fairchild Tropical our combined
I capitals. They Just have longer names than we d.,
lllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIMIIIH efforts to these seeds were unsuccessful.! I did, bow i
1 ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS'' probably hadn't even noticed, but I it dawned on
which Prolessor Smith
seed of other trees
succeed In
ever, germinating ,
: Meditation Industrial( News Review) my friend had lost An Idea That Could Have Caused)
; ;. Worthy of sent me! and they are now growing In my garden. i A Lotta Trouble in that pond. It had dropped
t. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllll The British experiment In socialism Is of unusual Interest Of all the correspondence: 1 have had whlhperamt on the other; That \ off,
I i jl:i side of the world about trees of kinds, I I think my correspondence Fui
we many '
to the American people. First of all, naturallyfeel
Bass had climbed aboard.
Catch A
I' ; 1" The sweetest path of life leads through the avenues for <
with Professor' Smith was tin most Interesting Trees really lvM
J l' '. ', of learn.nir: and whoever can open up the way for another, a"much closer kinship with England than with any him, and he made 'many observations regarding their character and THIS SET ME to figuring. If an idea could be dm

. "I. ;; ought, so far, to be esteemed. n benefactor to mankind Other language country and common except Canada.institutions The is a bond strong of one.a common So is habits In, his particular\ locality. Among the trees I grew Irorn seeds ed accidentally why couldn't it be done deliberate! ,,
David 1 1 Hume
1{'' ; the fact that we have been allies In two great wars, and Ite sent me was one of the white-flowered orchid trees m-a+lled, THAT NIGHT I remember, I was bothered b;'
\ : member of the Bauhlnla He bad obtained the seed, of this tree Idea That 'The City Commission'' Tfeeting Ought
llllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIII\ l l I !I I I I I l ill Ill l III II IllnlIlls( I I""IIIIII''" millions of Americans have visited and liked England in group.
t either a military or a civilian capacity.England' originally from Singapore, and when his tree seeded, lie passed it onto Be Reported. You' can imagine my joy whit ji
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR Then white iknweted Baultlnia trees, and what this
trials and tribulations under the Labor government me. are many discovered, that The Idea That Floundering Oi
I particular specfeswill do In Florida soil I do not yet know,as the trees To Be Good Tonight 'drowned the first Idea !In
J HIIMMIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllltUllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllMlinOne therefore, are continuing to occupy a top spot in t
Iran[ !this seed have not flowered. But to me, these Kiiuhinia/ trees area low water exactly fifteen minutes after I
;(. : of the most interesting publications that conies the American press! !!, and they have been the subject Of a living of Prof. Harrison Smith. I was rather startled tu
memory memory out with and flashlight. Since then
( And my peat I 11
t fi to my desk Is the Rotary Sunbeam, published by the Rotary millions of words pf reporting and interpretation. some weeks ago to receive buck" from the Post Office a letter I had successfully drowned literally thousands of I
my own
of late of the interpreters have to the somber
"" i j'\\1' Club at St. Pi'tfisburg. I notice in one of their meetings conclusion many that British socialism, just like European socialism written to him indicating that he was decea! .d.. My most recent communication renduous ideas, all of them Ideas Of Important Tin

'r. .', last winter the St. fete club had 97 local members I Is putting Ideology ahead of everything else from him was In the carry! spring when lie wrote that he Which Must Be Done Immediately by going fuki
Ixiped) to return to Boston for the 50th anniversary of his graduation
'" "
1 l f ft : present and 438: \'I>litorlImajCine! having to feed a crowd Henry Hazlitt recently touched on this in one of his at M. L T. E. A. M. and have the thing down to a fine art where I am Knionally

}I 1 \ of that kind'! Newsweek columns, whe'n he wrote: "Fanatics have been able to make, way with Terrible Idea Ik
l I
t i'',.1'' 1. defined by Santayana as1 people who redouble their efforts nunlnnlmlul uununnnmmsunnnupiululiliuinunixluteunulantu\ I Obsess Other People.

I' Ii'' r Advice to the husband who has forgotten his wife' after they have forgotten their aim. So the head EVEN TODAY however, although my skill ttj

JI ;. \: ':;.: t birthday> and comes home fo supper to find her in tears of the Labor government are forgetting their Ideals of WITH THE OTHER EDITORS troying Ideas Involving Work should be ell-known,i
I liberty, forgetting even the'material purpose of their plan, pompous and officious creature is apt to come ba'1'inr'my '
\ aiiiiiiiiiiiiuimniiuiiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui l l
X! his
,' 1, over neglect: and drive grimly ahead with a plan that has become an office, saying: "Ernie, I've got a great idea"THERE ,

It ", ,: ,i W' The proper procedure is a hearty laugh. The husband end in itself. Meanwhile their planned economy is run OTHER DEAD FISHNewspapers IS no need for him to tell me. I mill

,. IJI seizes }her all-too-buxom form, squeezes her as best ning out of coal, running out of food, running out of dol- generally are. "in the doghouse" with there on his back. An Idea Involving Work For Ernie*

( : 1' ; ; tit< can, klines her tenderly on both eyes in the approved lars, And perhaps moat serious'of. all, it is running out of Florida west coast< I alibis." know that it is ready to pounce from him to me ins
1'I Charles Boyer manner. the "red tide" and the dead fish on the beaches has caused
This point of view is not confined to the United States, Etant if I give it the slightest flutter of encourageiheit! !/
( them loss in business often
1 I "Darling, he cries, "I 1 am more sorry than I can say- great revenues. Newspaper "
nor even to Mr. Churchill's conservative opposition In England "A GREAT idea he burbles. "Something tot Ii
are urged to withhold news on the claim that publicationwill
but this frightful oversight Is all fault"i ,
f really
your Some of the Labor officials have engaged in sharp b. detrimental to business If. are to be can do for Stuart.
e \ "My fault!", she exclaims, in genuine astonishment. differences with Mr Attlee on the grounds that his program honest! in their trust with the .newspapers. they will not 'withhold I FEEL SORRY for my visitor but have no Beds

Ii\\ V:
I if 1 I' ,Ii i jab.) "How can that be pray tell me?" a nhort time ago, but Mr Attlee was sufficiently strongto news Is good or' bad is not the point: the people are en- The Idea That We Ought Build A Bridge To The 0
.1 ''j.I ; ride out the storm Even so, there is still some unrest in titled to know the bad much the or The Idea That The Newspaper Should Jump Oil
i "Why, my precious, how caR you expect me to remember \- Just as as they are good,
high Labor circles which may make its appearance again. Saloons And Clean Up The Town, or that mONt horribk
take whatever
that feasible
c BO they,tan steps seem or advisable -
i ," .Id, :J your birthday, he continues ecstatically "when The growing strength of communism in England has to change the bad into the good all, The Idea That We Oughta Get Out A, New, Fubls! :
\ ycu are so constantly fresh and charming and beautiful T been This does h. '
y Fr a cause of worry. not mean that. communist Sometimes dead fish are In places other. than the Pamphlet Immediately,
ft { Why, there is never anything about you to remind me that party itself is of substantial size-it has fttil two beaches. all fhe people certainly would be ,entitled to "WELL. LET'S go talk about it on my1 boat" I Wand

I,; \ you are even one day older than you, were a year ago!" members in Commons, and it is a sorry also-ran,In.!post know abott} it. Newspapers do not create the situations five minutes!: after we leave the dock The Idea IH

.. elections. But some avowed communists have risen to that wake news; they merely report what happens. If Would Be More Fun To Catch Some Fish has throws* I

,I ;1, One of the personalities in Stuart's history whose positions of considerable influence and authority A*'Mitxample they fail to do that they are violating their clear obligation visiting idea overboard to gurgle gasp and djown.IT'S : .
the leader of the coal miners is an old-time com A WONDERFUL system. What I amlebdirito /
i ,
I ,' is much alive today is William H. RoaO to their subscribers. However, much it may wish that 'some
memory very munist and a faithful follower of the party line. Some), particular situation had not occured, the is la Is that I think it would be a good idea to use (the I1
1l county surveyor whose motto "By Right and Conquest"became writers have openly raised the question as to where his honor and duty bound to report that ituation.-Tallahas-newspaper on a lot of folks who are being ridden in the world toby

"":.\ a .il : almost a nickname for him. For twenty years he final loyalty] might lie in the event of serious trouble between Democrat.. villainous Ideas Of Terribly Important Things W

i :; swan the only surveyor in this community and when his, the Soviet Union on the one. hand and an Anglo- Must Be Done Or Else. Like those scientists who an

y r ;. :cluttered combination office and living-quarters was des- American alliance on the other. ::::Ii\I\ = OO.C.CLx0a7.a,0o': ::::: : : ::: : : :::::::::::-oCeC: perimenting on the deserts of New Mexico and the itt
In circles, the Labor government's recent action We Better Blow Up
many of Siberia with The Idea That
a jj troyed by fire thousands of blue-prints and tracings were in levying a 75 per cent net profits tax: on American ",COME ON LET'S'LAUGH World First Before The Other Fellow Does It. The

H I $'lost and this' community still suffers from a shortage of movies a step which was immediately followed by a =:ono: =ono: :::'aoazor: =::=ono=, That The Moon Is Right Fer The Fish To Bite wouM

: if* maps because everybody had learned to depend on "old ban on film exports to England by the American producers WRY them up swell Then there's Joe Stalin he ought.

f "I I{, sSrnan Roat" for maps. Of course, all the engineers ,nowa- is regarded as having been motivated more by ideology HAM OW put to skittering a pork rind on the Volga. We might

\ \j' j Ii days fay his surveys were inaccurate. But that didn't than by economics American films are in high freer ..A slightly ,Inebriated writer of radio commercials entered pet Westbrook Pegler out in a squidsklff'I'ith' raj

', ; yS make any difference in the "good old days;" Roat neVer in England, and attract about 70 per cent of the total Movie a one arm joint fixed a rolling eye on the counter friend Lighter-Knot Smith of Salerno when the blue
attendance. A strong case can be made for ) ting giri and declaimed in hill best that would be I Score of I
I "'I .H ''I' prevJ + Barry more. manner: "Give liittmsr.! What a drownin'
+ + issue of Stuart to with-
I ';$ permitted an a newspaper appear the further export 4f England's dwindling dollar ;fupply' me some ham.'piping flot, fragrant with the rich aroma Of Things Which Ain't Bein' Done Right In A World TAll

i I ; C. Sout!? an advertisement bearing his slogan, "By Right of for c': rtainment. But the Labor government, instead of of cloves, brown sugar and steaming sauce. Serve'it be- Wrong would pop overboard like rats leaving ting

t I' \ '' r'' i Conquest. Every so often he would break Into ,poetry, slapping on a prohibitive tax, could have simply blocked tween slices of brown and crackly crusted bread. Draw mea .ship, and the last to go, of course, would be TM

I+ I '' i and many of hm brief verses were printed at the time. the i.; ofits in England: Then American producers couldha. cup of rich, flavorful( coffee and add to it some thick, That It's Somebody's Responsibility To Lay R""f?

: However, the other day I discovered an original and here ? ..|tnt the money in England, as many of,them have rich cream."" Ghost!! but that would go, too finally with I W l*

ti, ?j.J' I it said they were willing to do. Life's London correspondent The counter girl shrugged, turned toward the kitchen and, a whimper overside. _1
is., explains the tax by saying that Sir Stafford Cripps, its in- and hollered: "Pig on rye and Java with."-Tide, THE (PEA That Flshins fun Is irresistible It die *
: 1 .i SOME DISTANCE FROM HERE stigator, "Feels that U. S. films create a longing in British --' of all other ideas neatly and efficiently. The next time.

'; i f' ':' "Oil, for the lund where. there! H no rum; hum for the fancy plumbing and conveniences and the COS HUMOR .; are plagued by*that heavy weight between the sh
I t : t Oh, for the land where there Is no ream shiny new gadgets and luxuries with which Hollywood 1 blades which indicate that' An Important Idea I if R
I the fair and I crams its sets. He would like to dull this appetite If Landlady thought,! saw you taking a gentleman will never rho! I
I : ,r. r i..... Oh, for lund where all ill square this view Is Into your apartment Last night, take it out and drown It. The world ,
'''I'' '__ Oh but know that only angels live there." correct, England has banned American films and might catch a fish.
Gertie you
; you -That's what I thought\ toot L
\ I: because it doesn't want the British people to see visualizations E.
,I i. ; :: Wdlam 'H. Root of comfort and luxury. The attitude of mind behind T:; ..

: 1 ,,/ 'i t! Stuart, January 15, 1937. that Is uncomfortabley close to the mentality of the high TOLD "SUCKER"SHELtiToUTBy : !
Conductor Madam all
.are these children UNCLE
') Soviet officials. .. yours;or is Fuller Warren :
} 1 f" 1 see by the papers that my brother, Dr. William C. Many a study has been'made as to what the rank and a picnic .

: \ :,1: 3J Ienmnger, general secretary of the, Menninger Foundation file! of the British people now living under an austerity Trumbull Lady-They're Cheer all mine-and. it aln'\'Do' plenlel-1 Newspapers recently carried two Items that mud('8CO
.t I I'"'' : : at Topeka, Kan., has been named president-elect of regime much more severe than that in effect during even struck many Americans as being rather hard) lo. (
: the darkest days of the war, feel about all this. It has One stated that the S,750.000,000 (Billions
American Association the honor ,
: wjhe !psychiatric highest '
last year
been Britain
found that there is much dissatisfaction, and the the United States made Great
5 ter' to in his profession. Dr. Willis! also Prospective father- n.law i "Young man, are you sure that Great B'
; 4 :Jvhich can come a man grumbling has naturally increased as food and other rations ?" almost used up. There was a suggestion I
can family
tA i : 1 'rg ::reKjdent of the American Psychoanalytic Association in have been reduced. Yet there,, doesn't\ seem any you Bridegroom-to-be support a : "Well air I might soon ask for apother handout. f,

t f {I ,t -a term which ends in 1949. More power to him. The cur. strong feeling that a change in government would be of to support your daughter. The, nod rest of you was will just just planning have I 'On another page, o| the earn paper it vu of 'SB iw

1'j r, Trent moving picture ""The Bachelor and the BobbySoxer"reives benefit. The Labor government na$ won a number of by- to shift for yourselves."-The Spokesman; Charles, Ill. I that Princess Elizabeth received an allowance it would r
v elections since the but that
general election by comfortable the British
I a year from government
I' i' I t Dr. Will and Dr. Karl some unsolicited advertising, exPhlll -
4 '\ majorities. The mass of English voters are apparently oaaloC '. oC 000C 7000L ably be upped to .260oOO-when she married I
; : : / v because when one of the characters becomes a little queer, convinced: that Labor should] be given every chance to make o '

b, t i1 ij... another speaks up and suggests -r "perhaps he ought to a go of it. This feeling it is said, Is in part the result ol Letters To The Editor, Thus, the 21-year-old Princess receives a laT:

Iii l.' (consult Dr. Menninger. 1 shall have to see this movie a fairly general belief that the Conservatives, despite Mr. come than the President of the United States. she
') Churchill's forensic brilliance, haven't offered 5'I O Ooocaoa:: =::::: a year,,
j', I ''I\ t 1 when it comes to town! and hear that line anythini oaos--'oexo she gets the expected raise to J250.000 the he
-E.A. M. sufficiently\ specific to awing the popular sentiment Stuart News V be taking more than three times as much as
U 1 fJ! In conclusion, it should be pointed out that I'Iost-Qb- I !Stuart Florida the government which provides Great Britain money
J -
9 I ::TAKING LAND: FR -yifE-INDIANS servers of England, even those who are most opposed to :Gentlemen: which to pension its royalty. ft

r socialism think that, black as conditions are, she may win Maine, In ttw Aroostoek Valley, raises potatoes Th4 tfowrn- It la so incongruous as d thatJntStates area
The Everglades Drainage District discovered last expressly
out yet., This is based in large part on the sturdy: British ment of Uw UnlUd States U cent whose constitution repudiates
pay a peck and try to and ,
ll '1 ; Thursday that it owns 9,000 acres of Seminole Indian re- ? ,
y charter and England's historical habit of I al Sections
} aervation for of taxes." on losing \Utt potatou by throwing them Into streams Thea the atreanu scribes all titles of royalty (Article 1.
j "non-payment mom
i the battles but the last. to
become so filthy si to kill the fish. Bo men! are hired to take 'th.fPIkd should give Great Britain money with which
SILt& I Instead of immediately stating that they would clear / spuds Out of the streams and bury hem. In the meantimi extravagant luxury a monarchy that is repugnant M I
N" which would rob the
h pup any error or technicality unjustly POETRYThe at Stockton Sprints five sWmera wen waiting for load sentiment of American democracy.
o( pota< V
Seminoles: of of the few last of wretched Everrlades the
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h13 1 one world is full of Poetry-the air toes to take them to Europe. One steam tailed with hall a bad In making loans (gifts )to some countries ea.
in their district said that he
name, a spokesmaa Is living with its spirit; and the waves VhlU the others vent away empty. out(the destruction at potatoes Mates lay down. 'Conditions under which they
M State
,knew of no law exempting the from paying taxes on
T Dance to the music of its melodies went on. Beforergiving Great Britain any meat
to Abidjan; lands. Its it : This WM an of ll" 4- about October ft moneyi-tWaW.n snouW exact an afire
} Indian between millstones And sparkle IR brightness-Earth veiled, a steamer of can\: : ally.
u Lo the caught
poor And mantled with its beauty and the walla, about 10,000 tons took a lull load out SO miles off shore and dumped )will not be extravarujantly muendered on,ro,of
the white man's technicalities and the white man's greed
3Tf That close the universe. with crystal in, the potatoes overboard Then! do you wonder.potatoes are 10 lb. '1.: Princess KlUabeth and Prince Philip' ,. w"

GAINFUL EXPERIENCE Are elequent with voices, that proclaim for, W cenUI both very attractive young people and apparent1the '

:, The unseen glories of immensity, 'Your poultry men are paying $5 or more i bar for feed. Why arrogance that ia ekes most royalty offensive

Lady to tramp: "You would stand a lot better chance In harmonies, too perfect, and too high It potatoes were cent to Europe, then grain would be lower In eaDl CtIII14 stmMle ahNsf'. on' her present allow

pf getting a job if you would shave ,cut: your hair, and For aught but beings of celestial mold, the U. 8. Something rotten In Washington and not. Denmark nwwe a yearlle a4dfcml. 116000. .be fa w b"build r-'

1 P ,clean yourself up." And speak to man,in one eternal hymn. R Tours: abe marries the impoverished ex-prince *

Tramp to lady; "Yes'm, 1 found that out"_MilledgevilU Unfading. beauty.,..and unyielding) owes. "-Benjamin McCoy, ft the Jtomb-wrecked) homeyof the BerowlACE
1 Rotary,. Milledgeville, Georgia. *i/amet O/ Percival.mr 1. .1 Bar Barb Maine. people.,. .,







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v That No Period of Prosperity ,' 4.\/; ';' of'New Tort State to help the GovemtnM t promote War Saving. ," ., i! "
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The last war remember? Hold on a minute, brother. So look r 1 r \ i

Silk shirts" !, Did we "mis it" in the early "thirties?" Did we "mi; it" When you want to spend money or buy something new,'just

Pink ones, green ones blue ones with white stripes-millions when some fifteen million men walked the street-camped: t- imagine you were spending your next to-the-last dollar. :.'\:
of them. \ived in huts and shack and lean-tos? Did we "miss it' while
rave. women scrubbed and scoured and patched and mendfd until Don't ask how happy you'd be with what you get for your !
And silk stockings for the women-on leg that had never trfcir finger tips were raw, their hands rough-and thjfr heart .money-but whether you'd be miserable without it. '
felt anything but cotton before. du with: the pain of abandoned hopes? '
That' the only test. Otherwise you're just kidding yourself.. I j I
Wrist watches i ring braclet hand-tailored suit ,old on once more. Lighting matches te ten dollar. "bill you're going to need-sure 'I'II
ten-dollar felt hat ? better larger, welter apartmentsThen I i
\it time chances are we won't bounce baekfagam! Many some day. ,! I I

it happened. people ow realize what a close shave it was the lm time how What? Oh, you're making more money? Then save more I.! i
desperatWy we were to chaos and national in. '
1918 and the Armistice. The war boom petered out.. In factory jMUSwe don't spend morel ;
after factory the wheels turn slower-slower-then stopped.. come with another crash? M ST we ignore, not ,II
Because the money we all save now will play a tremendous : '
shirts and the color faded one, nor twVnor three-but the dozens of leajtons taught us by hit-
silk frayed,
The cuffs on the were I '
the d-to-ruin took last part in the of ter-war of our country. The we save j
head economy
? straight along r we
the and the watcheswere tory MUS\we
..'and the silk stockings were gone, and rings '
in pawn shop .. and people moved back where they'd come time? now will be a cushion of buying power-those aorely.needed'dol.

from. But *.. It'* what' beginning to happen Fight here-now--in our lars to 'start things up again" in our civilian economy-to keep u* I' \
from national bankruptcy until the wheel start' moving again. The :" !
"Don't let it get ye* down, Bud! You can't hold this country country.
back. God' country] Don't sell\ America short-why, with our People are mwmg more moneyjjhan they ever did before and )dollars you waste now may be the dollar you'll need then-ye*, ,1 t
natural and the we work t did before. perhaps even for such matter-of-fact thing a* bread and milk and I
resource*- way t pending it. Spendfcg it fader thajpthey ever
me.t. I s J .1 IV h' III
So we started on the second lap, on the same circular track. The old "(hortfe-but-a-mdfry-one"- story is back with us. '

1923-1929. Prosperity.Nothing ever Melt before in the But how merry IS itWhere' < Why do you suppose your Government urges you to save? It's
perfectly simple to ward off disaster. To make sure'that the :
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possible (if not probable) after-war depression doesn't find you at ti
Xeath been forced into. From
: billions war. From the BusineiKpf
thousands millions
-..up 50 points In a week."' thing made to kill people/From things made to kill other people the tail end of a bread line fifteen-million-people-long. So that a ; j''
of dollars of profit*-on paper. so they won't kill us. crash that "couldn't happen here" doesn't happen again. So that {

Bootlegger i. parties automobiles '. a more silk shirt war we win by fighting won't be lost by waste. i :
Win lose draw he will end day. No war has I
or var some
new suits .,. radios refrigerator, real estate furniture dia. .d '
lasted forever. Remember, we're at wart! Dollars are needed just as much a*
shoe bats ,
mond ring, boat, ,
Then what? men-to back up those mea-to give your boy your brother, or il
Then-1929, and crash again! ... you pal the tuff he need to beat the Axis, and come back alive. :

"Sorry Mr. Jones 4 more margin/ or we'll\ have to ell you 'Men Those will walk same oufbt w -factory factories wheUa an hear will again the gate slow grind down closed and stop.behind Money wasted on foolish luxuries don't de this. Once spent iJ:1 1 r
Dear Mr. Jones .. unless send us a check to cover two
out. you -
unpaid installments on your furniture. Dear Sir in the hands them-maijp_ of them to stay osed. it'* gone, and neither you nor the boy fighting for you are better r '
'of our attorney unle* mortgage unpaid worry worry And mmym the green grass wiVgrow between the stones of off for the spending.But ',_ t
aorry, Jones better look around for a new job no help factory courtArds before the men w%| come back to work again the dollar you ave in War Bonds or your saving. account ;, I

wanted.:. ," ., slowly .f a few at a time. will help Uncle Sam buy the gun, the tank, the ships, and the 'y 11'j

Remember ''!]a. Ime as the last time? And tMLime( before that? planes we must have. to survive and win. Ir ,

Breadlines the Bonus Army. ex-soldiers selling apple W fit shouldn't be, but it will be evak worse-unless we use And those saving will guarantee your future-the financial +II'I 1 I 1
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on street corner "Brother can you spare a dime? ? / stock our cojajraon sense now! future of you, your:family and the boy who are fighting for us all. II fi'
going down-down-buiiness failure suicides relief
N. R. A. W, P. A, ..'. C. C. C > and no job. yet, and shoes nere' no special Providence watching %er this country, in Nobody can tell you what' going to happen after the war, of 1 ), I l
run down at the heel And the kid*-undernourished crying, a spt! of all our songs and slogan ill tearing effect on the Nation. 5

lot-and "the lost generation.'. .. ." 'We're people-just like any other people. I ''I
It But somebody can tell you what will happen to you. A,.* f j I
How come? How did we get that w.y- *|ain7 Why did Luckier, yes. Our land ia fairer-endowed wh morfc riche You can. 'j"
happen here, when it couldn't happen here? ban any other land And we've worked hard-o % sed to, anyway ,
hck-let' how it did happen. ( Nobody knows how much ia left of American a P\'t and gut Make a plan and stick to it. Guarantee your own future So '
look aee
Well let' I
Bonds, weren't good enough for us.. Savings bank weren't em- -yet We thing it'* greater than before. The Jap *%) the Germans maay dollar" every pay day into War Bond and into your savings
will find i that out. account. It
citing a* I broker1 office ,

We were trying; to compress our lives-to squeeze the juice of But listen,,Mister Then, com hell or high water follow your plan. Protect your '
three core year and ten into a decade. We wanted for next to Don't fool yourself! The time' going to come when%ou'll .family.' Build up reserves. Create a stock of money and make it 'i i 1 1 1grow. '
worked and sweated and saved Your money. Your Bond Your protection.
father had t
nothing the things our need those dollar you're throwing around now.1
for. And the bigger the stock of saving you create, the better off tai 1 I
it isn't that night-club
If hard times catch upwith, :
My wife'* clothe had to be better .m.rter-mor.. expense. prietor who' going to return the money you you spent in his place-; you'll be-i to buy the good thing you will want when the war i Is i
over -that new car that refrigerator, and radio you can't get now 1
than wil.nd her jewelry, too. of it I y "
your not any part ;t
-thina that ", ak.Americ., life the best in the world. '
You spend a thousand dollar for' your car? Sea what? 'm And all the unnecessary. gimmick and gadget you think you ; '
pending thirteen hundred for mine. (On time.) need now won't be worth a dime on the dollar then. / Meanwhile, helping yourself, your saving money will go to I
work helping your country, to provide fighting equipment for your
And say,.looka my new radio J Twenty-two tube, th/ a loudspeakers And.when your pocket are empty It won't be because you'll boy te lick the Axis-homes for'war worker*-road*, railroad J
record changer, home! recorder and three shjrtwaveband be taking money out of them-but because no money will be going. equipment, and ship to transport war material from the factoryto
*! + into them. the front. Your dollar working for Victory and Peace! i '

The old one? Oh, I traded it In when I bought ew. one-. How'about those bright kids of your? Will they have to So'when you save wisely, you're. helping your country. and t '
and the new refrigerator, and the dining-room fur -elick, work Instead of going to high school or college? yourself at the came time. ,

W"modern.they:! call !it. \ And those beautiful. ring you bought your wife? Supposing Honest, now. _, '
What'a the difl.rellCe-Twent our payment you lose your job how long can you last before pawning those o '
How much? baubles for a'fraction of what they ? Could you ask for anything/ better? v "
of eighty dollar instead of sixty-five! I I'll never na it .. I cost-you ? '''I ,
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,:-1 I[ ",, SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART = Mla,.MARY.HARTMAN. Society '

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IIOKTKTLTURIST! HERE I Mn. Donaldson and th:lr eon' MRS. GLASS HOSTESS Alfred Pedersen of Salerno will Mrs. Ruth.. Stevenson 61 the 'Mr. and Mr 8frbrK
Dan McCarty To Address PTA leave next week for TaUah...:, Citizens Bank of Stuart' staff left Sunday
< and wit:\ Dr. and Mrs: John I' Florida State University. a fen dell
I Mrs .Frank Glass entertained: to enter Mr. and Mra. Henry Han cation at Mt
.C a. Donaldson retired nwt joined Dora ]
I Donaldson, andthclr son John Alfred II .a lilfe Iraduate ,.of MI TBT
\ t columnist of Washington D. C. the Wesleyan S.rvtce Guild of At left this wee. on a vacation tripto >
Opening Meeting TuesdayDan High School. .
sJKndTngVi Martin
County .
I "I 1 who has made a full-time bus!' who are s vacation at, the Methodist Church last NW England. They expect to Mr. and Mn. Edit
\ .If now of( his hobby of horticulture Avon Park Dr. Join DonaldsonIs Thursday evening 'at her homeon who have ep'nt' the
Palm City Rd. Mrs Tom Me I ---" William Crary left Sept. t for be gone a month during which Kw York City su
at his Avon Park home was a] a professor at teorge Washington retuned
I'' McCarty of Fort Pierce Jacksonville to re-enter Boles time will visit relative and M
f ,, vacation visitor at the St. Lucle University/The party Is I Claskey and Mrs. Vernon Chason : Leslie Kldd flew to Cleveland they day to their home In pale
will speak on "Foundations for School for his sophomore jrJar. friends in several States
Hotel last week. With him were taking a tour of I he State. were co-hostes with, hr. I this .wiik for a f:,. days visit who Farms.
: Alter a brut business session Good ClUienshlp" at the open. His father; Evans Crary -
fall with his parents during a Tallahassee Friday -
I presided over by Mrs Curtis hog meeting of the Stuart: went to
1 Parent-Tlachers Association) vacation between the summer spent Sunday with' him on the ,

I ;For Fine China Dinner fiets... I Kindred ,conducted president a Mrs.devotional Henry I Tuesday meeting at will the be Civic called Center to orderat The I and fall seslons\ at the University return trip. _. -. aMR.

Th: social hour was of.Florida.. His cousin, "Bud"Chappelka
NOVELTIES GIFTS' 'novel In J p, m. by the president, Mrs. Ed Finnell W. S. McDonaldand
& HULL Pf TTERY tIIk"Up..lth games Is spending the vacation
I Garland The of the Fen-
Edcnfleld. Rev. W. Norman Aaron
AND GARDEN FLOWER PCRIVER'S S charge Others of pnscht Mrs. were Brnuird: Mrs.Hlnson.H. H. G. Aldrldge will glvs the addressof i with his parents, Mr. and Mil Construction Campalof\ AND "MRS' ALFRED' Llf? MATHERS

Visit lcome. Mrs. Arthur Chappelka, of St. Gainesville flew to Stuart last
Clements Mrs W Q. Aldridge,
Mrs. Lester Sheridan Mrs. Mildred Mrs Maria McCuIlough. pro. Lucli Crcac:nt. week end for sallflshlng with ANNOUNCI:
chairman, who announcedthe Cpt Toley Eng breUen. Also In
EbGE CHINA Orr, Mrs. ft d Walton Mra.
II' nuth Elcvcnmin./ Mrs.. Arthur theme for the new year, Mr. /fund Mrs. DanMcClure the party was Ben Williams. THE: WIDOIN3 OF TNtltf| >AUaHTt ,

; Binvrrlne Mrs. Gcorg( : Conrad 'Laying' Firm Foundations," will Irave: the first of next/! week They were guests it the St.

Y w. c MCMILLAN, Ow I and, Mrs, Curt Schroder.: Jr. aid "we feel fortunate in having for Tallahassee where they will Lucie Hotel. ALICE ANN !bTo

.U. S. I At First Gulf SUtion North&f Lighthouse Florida House of Representatives' e AI
supper party at the home of
.. ....1. -a.-. -. Mn. Stevenson. to Inaugurate our sertsof Mrs. John Oldham and sister Miss Polly Black and Miss Susie
monthly Mr. McCarty of Fort McCutchln of Fayetteville, M. C,
programs. Mrs." Andy Mussclman .
FLOWERS rRFEBVTF.RlAfT PASTOR knows not only national and local Lauderdab were here Sunday to were recent vacationers at the I "MR.. 'IRVING' A. ANDY

For CASIONS RETURNS FROM VACATIONDr. conditions, but it versed In attend the Rleou-dunsolui wf ri St. Lucle Hotel. They are making -

and Mrs. Charles A. Car- International relations from his ding. They are remembered herea a tour of the State. I

rlcl who have! been on a month's war duty in Europe; as an Army sthe former Ola Ma and Mar- -e- Wa t'D"V. .I'1'&R. T &VINTUN7H
of the
| .vacation. trip hat written that colonel.\ She'also attend the garff Grant of Hobe Sound. two- t tPI"
hall staff Is spending a .
FLORAL ARFANGEfENTS he will occupy his pulpit next new yearbook Is now being compiled city AT evRN IN THE VNlfe'
I week vacation In Jacksonville: as
IMWRTEB I Sunday morning. They have ; for October distribution CHURCHDIRECTORY and r
DOMESTIC and CERAMICS the guest of her ion John
!f visited In their former home in and that outstanding speakers sister and family. John will," return I'RI.'VTERIA, CHUIICIf
Iowa also In New York City ium highlight the trotting week's
I here with her for a
SMITH'S FLORA IIFT SHOP thilad Iphla and other points.Dr. : through the year.. Mrs. ErwIn F. I vacation. STUART n.o '

I II Johnwlck, music chairman, will t
WE WIRE O ERS I Sam C.W. Fkmmlng, rector provide numbers for each pro- HKST, SAPTUT' I Mrs Paul Hotnshel.- -and daughter .<' DA't
410 I SkiAewnN
I = Arcade Bldg, 5th St., Ft. Pi< a Phone 310-J ,: ram.Aftr are: filiI. .lUX WLI.L". Poise Mrs. Stanley Smith, enter
I : a brief business salon t;:1'z-":" II talned Sunday with a buffet
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R.ii.d. "Mi
__ __ __ j I Dr. Sam C. W. Fleming, rectorof and the program the membersof I lilt. .. M... Man.... Wonkl. .*. dinner and kitchen shower for tI

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church th school faculty will be honored ::t r: m.,. Tnhitx: lln.,n.t Mrs.. John Ounsolus brtde-lect. MCCCPTIOM
Krailni *.r.hln/ I 1 '
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'. II at a rec3ptlon.-trft-tt. W. A to mutted fa tie bdIUM Attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. NO INVITATIONH ARE
KINO pea
lu. NUT .
';,/ I II I Episcopal: Men's Club of St.Mary's Schwab entertainment chairman .:f?r.It: v -on .( klldi tert::I M. Johnson and two children. ALL fHHNDtCORDIALLY 'A.

I{I Church at the 6:45: p. m, will be In charge W.W.d......,_ Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Rlcou Mr. INVBTD TO ATTCNO. ;\

I t :NETIAN1LINDS i monthly supper Tuesday. The COMMITTEE CHAIRMENAt e.. p' to.. .,d....... amp" ."..... Smith and their three children V

; meeting will be at the parish Monday's meeting of the I -BAPTIST and Mr. and Mrs.Ounsoliu. h.
haul: on West 3rd fit. with Mrs. S.. .
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I executive board the president '' .. ..
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I John F Hilton In charge of supper announced commlttoj chairman I. a ... e.wdwr ...\onI. John M. Ounsolus entertainedat
arrangement 1 ... N T.. .. ...,.
p. C..om a stag dinner at the Light-
for the 1947-48 school year; bud- Chorea ......1... let ..d Ind S...
SANDRA UOMI.AR. Ret and finance Mrs H. J. ...,. .w" ...,... house Saturday evening for icon

I OR ER'ES BIRTHDAY Oieene; health Mrs. Ivan Taylor of his bridal party following die
..... afternoon! rehearsal at the "There Goes! Another
l i.k' Snu<1rn Homlar was honoredon ; membership, Mrs Marvin H. 1''''''' J
Rep W. r. Br> >. p..i.iMl ... church. Mrs.Earl Rlcou was hostess
hi( r 6th birthday Sunday witha Rowell]; programs, Mrs. McCifl-" Chu.e\ ... ItI.. M.Marn.n at dinner at the Blue Ooose
H lough; publications, Mrs. Andrew ornhlii II *. ...
party glvn: by her mother .
Rundwr. NI.M/ .. to the girls of the wedding party.,
( Mrs. Harvey Homlar, at their Pittman; hospitality, Mn.! rrtd., N..., YPII idle: '-a-' GrAhounn Bus !

McMillan Salerno /Shores, home. The little I Wlllaford R. Leach;. entertain '.CT. JOSEw'ATltOl..IC; Miss Carolyn Wbb new here
II Furfriitute Co. ment. Mrs. Schwab; room mothers ... ... ,
1 guests Were .ntertalncd: on the CU. d A. last week end from Camden,

t' 610 ORANGE.AVE. FORTfJjfcRCE\ PHONE 699 lawn where vari-colond bal' and Halloween carnival Mrs. REV.wets T. I. OkARK.R.adw, e PrueMN.ep a and ti Ark., to take part In the Ricou- ial Locll "

t ; loons on plastic sticks were given Joe Constance; safety Mrs. Harris .. ... ....... .... It a ... Ounsolus wedding. She and Mrs., That's I Service!
,,.. as favors. Games and contexts R. Lowery; spiritual educa ,...h lit, ,. a .. ..
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.:m rh.t P,4dwr M \ .Ih IV Sac. 3unsolus. were roommates during -]
I ,J : were conducted until\ twilighwhen teducation'I J. F. Bosom; visual 1'.nfe..l.w. Sal.,"". '. It e e..d. their nurse' training In
fH0W YOU Will John 1Ia: .. Sit' .,
: C. Gray. ands
a refreshment course!
WHIM .. Jupiur hU: >4 Cl.k t ..4 Miami and she was mald-of
Ic-' cream and birthday cake wa publicity, Mrs. Ralph W. Hart- ..1.. ..
honor Inh, wedding. Miss
r man. '
.1 T+ ra ]I sore et. EPISCOPAL. SERVICES Valeria -Parker of Miami a

I : do. ..."' 4'. .'" ......,.- The guests were Susan Hall. Eden Officers field who will assist Mrs. lit .woo Sk M Thud.rr'l tlnM bridesmaid joined them here.
I I I Rosemary Taylor, Mary Lyons are Mrs. Herman RKV. .. UN TON. II A, IN_ 1 I'
t: I t THE OtlSTUI SCENE MOHITOlfht VOU "".a Iwr rae.N w d I: Joy Hall. Joyce and Judy Porter. RelU. Jr. and Principal John- 1.f.r.a i.1I. Mrs. J. 'I.' Craig returned last

1 i I tmtHntarmM_ptTMnt..... M. your conwunlty ..i world oHoln wwnvou |I Annette and Tommy O'Day, wick vice-presidents. : Mn. J:. A? t:: :: :: .C I ,II wSehI :
r.AUre her
not rhli 'd. doily **-ttxxr _''Ot. You will out week from;a visit with parents *
I r'"I =:;w Ur.r.-.Iu. : ,, rKMr uraMrtMndmt: "/or loooy't vital : Gary Moceley, Julius. Magos Jr.; Burr:.., secretary and Mr,. W. \I ... A. M flnl, H.cd. .r l Ito rxk won. In Port Morris, V. }> She
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4 ',' lion. eunnou, IMattr"....Mcfukn...., radio.rMMm, worn.on hansm.kuw. and Kay and Karin VYhybrew .W. M ggett, Jr, treasurer. : fluaday: :*. ISanilni ....,.*.. also visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman 'Ih
.. I who came down from Malabar to tilt f, M. y.... A'-pl.. -. ....u....
';: Su..."... -----------------!"---- --+- Jffrles In Ocean City N.
"'" "-f"CV6'" I1? <*??"?< *e-r. ''*"*! teNt' pal I attend the eel bratlon. Pan nil COUNTRY CLUB PLANS ALL SAINTS J., and Mr.and Mrs.'.Russell B. ...
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N.n1N".H. On.. Nor.aT Str..t Boson ., t A. attending: were Mr. and Mrs. THANKSGIVING DANCE w.dTAI.d Mount in .

t p-1::r ;.eMq tnn*.* TV I I I Sctemct crKKnvq Monitor. fl',for TOT 0nt VTIKPI month., PWO u '''''* "n. 1ht CMI! ,>!!fl-. John Whybrew and Mrs. Leslie Thanksgiving has been set as ..ee A. f.'11.1. ,/ I..nf.a\ .u.wtM., .Philadelphia.r' : -. ? ,

Whybrew of Malabar Mrs. John the date for the next formal Bob Park of Boca'ltalon 26 Dcirluiessru Daily from

N___....._______.....__ I O'Day, Mrs Norman Porter, Mrs dance to b? given: by the Wo- FIIIIT METHODIST W... 1001 CHURCH.ell I'. ,. week end guest of ,Ills parents wasa

$1-::: Vivian Taylor, Mrs. Earl Hall mans Auxiliary of the Martin R... w. Go old.IoI... 1'.... / ..
._ ..._.__ I Tk. ChoreWuY. .... .... Bob Is now completing1 30-week
CIl1 _.._._.__ z"- ''tle.-- Mrs. Joe Most.try and Mrs. FredL County Country Club. Mrs. L. A. .::41 a .. ....d., R .
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I 1\,\ T .. ___. Hall. Arbogast president Is now organizing .:.. a. .,. P,.hl/../. w.....,.. ''. 'elloa., ..h.... after which he Will be assigned
,1 committees to arrange 1I e. ... P. I... ....hip.. TM. HoH, to a new post. Tint. top-notch Lijlwiv its portalSon srrvioe rot jnunity l''
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final -details. Ha NMhu. .. Mvlled
V M .... .h.l{ a\Ildw .. your city.i the liD<&our corCrevhound'a really druoTet.

;1 1 4. ht 1 ytdl!;pl Tet --T -tr't tI H.Mrs.H. Hipson Herbert Dugan ,and Mrs. .IM.sr....... durio., 110. .....M mim roim wcll-tJ el schedule[, w ilh lire '

auxiliary commit. W..d.. 7It .. .. Nld. ....... I I, iJ
tee: in charge of the Aug. 30 ball eHalt'. ,. will seals tears w..a weuo.to .. I Mo J elers'The cost! fires Is uneqiulkil ky any ..thrr form of Usn x- I

\ I IOJ at the Marine Room were comm ." ... "M- n Utiou, Count on Crrfliouod,: .r tin l best in strviSUPE.TSOFT \ a

,:ndd by 150 members and FIRST '.lIEsBrni AN CHURCH -
I" guests attending who declaredthe .. .... W..r. Club. l I St jeweler
; .. ...... CHI H LM'S
: ti>V :,............ ..,,.:... ;, late-summer social event du lace, .B.. _.t.II.A....c..w.., ...boo.1'.. Wend. ..1P550
\ UP OUR sittvesrw J a success In wry way. After Club' J.-u.. Dee..i..tN' ..1

I I ;1' ( dancing to the strains of, the .5.......,.K..rl",KriMnr\.." .*8..L*..'... *"B Expert w ring and 56r
I / Palm CbirtL. Mn. Art. Drbofi, s..'I
; : A IOHG TIMOLKS Beachera Orchestra th '
? Iliad .. .., Wur.hi,, ......., Wraon'ir Jews y re Ira
guests were 'served 1 buffet supper Clark 'T 1:, '.
at midnight, > _

k: i / The auxiliary plans to continue COMMUNITY JENSEN atACH CHURCH 107 N. d St, Ft. fierce

I i t the series of quarterly ...., *... N.'H. _
.... '
S d n .$ ooI. pan .. ..
t cial I functions throughout the. S...,.,. Jilt f. ... ',

_. .,. .. ... fall and winter months
I H M < Ml lh.tk tar
rout *! > I
I .1.' .,.... .... ..< .. rw Ie .. A -- 8IBLI UNION CONCHICAflONALTh.

}, : r \I 'I cl.HM RIGHT NOWHat S r"'A CRAIGS ENTERTAINMr II... ;.","...CH r..., ,......

v(''i' Tuf v.eki, eit .!:: KtiVVv and Mrs. J. I. Craig en- i.<' .. ., H.. .r tkw.
f .nr may Nr ; =
I \ r .*<. Intrr* h.. be.ii ejloHty I.Ir .e). j. ... trtalned Ilitt, .I W.nhlp.Ip. ,1,
10" 1 at their z
> Ts, .\. AI" rl.n', 1'...".. ., seen/" I..,. Sept. Albany -.5y' :
( ,\Ir' A t ''''IW''.. a h...... ....1.. Ave. home. Their guests- were ParsarrealAN CHURCH' :COMMUNITY istxA a c'
1 j I tNnp IwN.t the Rev. and Mra. J. J. Richards H.a. u..1YI.iUna
.t t.. :Thew........._..... ..h....... NMN..w.. ._.. _a.hr....1..1.h''..of. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Davis, Ie a ... Ii...... lie..I'Nbre...... J
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kindred 11 ... ",... .. ... 1
.h.t r h .10.' ,/brew.. .. h04.... n. a t
.I I' I tj I .1... ly.r. ....hd. .... .. .M ......... ,.wI We're and Mr. and .Mrs. Richard Q. sCis I ,'
giving you the Inside tip CMIUSTUN: '
'iII: Ih .Hrl..1.-'....ri Hupfel. SOCIITY OfTM 6'
1 ;' now', Soon everyone' will be able LNI STUA Four TR lira.. A
j < THE NEW ALFAB PURE-PAK to chars In the eonvenlenee of Highlight of the evening were It *. .. Chun* .... ... I
J' movies by Mr. Hupfel' which he I dS
i( t the new Pun-Pak Fibre con had takn of the Easter lily

.f fairest Altar li carefully preparing flrlds: at his Palm City farm of

IJ : I i \ r, the Inauguration of this Mr. Craig's pineapple fields, at DOW! 1m It a sulilm g.t

.I '1 HERE ARE THE THAT modern method his. Old
: THINGS A sanitary" ot Dominion Pinery and and elleeliif Irtilment for .
5 I WILL DELIGHT YOU IN THIS Imo,,,.... I packaging Its milk and other also some official combat films _

I t b NEW EFFICIENT MILK AND dairy' products. This additional taken In the European Theaterof ATHLETE'SFOOT! D L\\ r 1 1A
r War.
,! k I teivlce will be available U our
I :
I' weak pt' o.r. Altar customer In
many a
/Ft i .,,.1 t '- i few weeks.climactl MR. AND MRS. R. II. VOSS tree SET ILL 71181 1ELP11111

i'j. 1 i I 1 STOliD EASILY '- (, w "' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voss returned 1-N .'-e'Iv .d r..a. I.IM a.lss..kd.

I" ) : 't{, J{I POURS EASlLV Saturday from a week'swedding .. and.. .I nvi o( ,
t r a ,Mr, IY T ..AR .ed.$sse
ii 1 trip to St.
: ; : [ Augustine. isG1
LF'NO 4--
NO RETURNS / After eeM.M. 3.-Se 0. il., .a... ;
: a : : ; / //a p. yMd. *5.5. '; P.e
1 BOTTLES TO WASH / parent. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Cole- Mel .ad
r e/lga v .a 4-Se p.Ih.dlq
f '\ man, they left Tuesday for New .. p-Rq Y e.Ny.hM

Londpn, Conn., whrrf they will b.ew f d a. I..,
It : t i {! 7' ::1' flamingo Drive Phone 7175 make their home. Hewill enter T wr.l.ha k fie ./.H.r i. arill {
: A6 .. .
MW.r. P. kd.N l. ,
the Ih..r
University of Connecticut
J'' 1' 1"4i .l 1, ruintriI Plva dIM k

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( ; Drive Tired ..elites mI has work ..ASTr l
; Why a ggish Automobile N.Ipa 1eIN.. N. 4..4 AS ....leI.fe.llfeTir

f a' : :' /.r. a W M ? l N.er.h.l.Ip r
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II'. AS. sk a.d whaYNd.. .
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I.. z: ", Special tor une- U p Mf. .. .ar d..rq /i..a I.erd.p
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r .eves falw, .e P.UI....R.4 LA..
R.1 a..W..Pine. (IW.p NlaNEl1RA'BALM OIK) TEXTUKIZEDrAiE t 4 1loaf!

} llr WILEY M ) TOR\rCO. t tn

1 / I % North Federal Highway s s Phone 291tIdLj ,rail M$ Nw 941 'oaaOR AfMUIMseoel.NSICRa.RTACi r P !

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K||IIHMMHMWfWHHllUIIMIIIMIIIt proposed district before the com. Hubbard'i catch WM a hea".1 Takin tlnw out from scurrying Mr and Mrs. W. D. Stark, -daughtn! iI Mrs, Virginia-Jones Thorn bury of Ashland. Ky., winter was graduated Iron) Port Dear's. J;PHI'1 1i J

NBWS'OF mission can. act. [ weight dolphin, A In back and forth getting ready to and son William 3rd, of ol Detroit, II Creation of the toning Is mated to weigh around ISO Iltl-1 return to their respective schools ville have returned horn .Jr"l Wlnlnger of Fort Pierce, ,

ian River Drive ought to restrict conatruclon of broke Douglas' fishing pole. and much college entertainment, there by ha the been col- pending the week end as Only close friends and relatives .,
any: buildings other than private ien had to be satisfied with a legt-age Among theseaffair Of Mr. Stark' brother! and sisterinlaw 1 gi.Uurcd 11Ut, handsomely I Your idle
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By VIVA Mrs. Dan decorated! home where the Rev -, ,
dwelling with appurtenant gar 50 lbs. of r blue runners Instead, was the party given MrtUa Palm :
I I I I I I I I : Mccarty. supper Saturday James Peebles\ of West .
I age apartment and other out- Miss France Lee i
of Saturday by "
a sailfish he his
had set heart'on
evening at the circle M! Beach. an uncle of the groom '
Ndt Pg''rrtONVERTISED / buildings. Under the proposedcode Koblegard for her house guest,
having mounted, Anyway, ranch was In compliment tothese' : prrlc.incd UP ceremony: i Can "
provisions no in Miss Elaine Adam of Tallahassee earn
property: '
) ::
visitor Also attending Richard Buss cousin of Win- ,
the described area can be used they so much fun they stated formerly of Fort Pierce
ort ft establish .coning were Mr. and Mrs Brian Mo- .rendered nuptial music.
that lnger.
for commercial they will be back and '" '
purpose., but It Invited for the occasion were
:along, Indian River' Drive does not restrict! use of land for get Into the Sailfish Club of else! Mrs. Gilbert Allen, the Misses Carty, Mr. and Mn. W. T War- The brld., given In marriage by
the south Fort Pierce city agricultural purpose Gloria Hawkins, Phyllis Camp ren, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.David fee Robert Walker, a close, friend 2T': '
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Varn and of the family, woe a formal
to the north Walton line Mrs. Jessie Long of St. Petersburg bell, SylVIa Rubin, Sue Croaa,
Utlon. to the Couny. Com- BOUNDARY LINE FOUND WM a visitor of her niece Mary France Backus, Mary Mrs. Stark' slslter, Mrs. Lard- gown of Bridal satin wlh skirt rI
nen ha* been formally add ,FURTHER COUTH THAN and husband Mr. and Mrs. r. X. vanderLugt, Anita Mae Martin, ner Newell en train. :A fingertip Illusion Per Annum
WALTON Pelosl, at their home In Eden, veil was attached to a seed pearl .
must bed SHOWS
The petition Patricia Hardwlck, Betty Hayes, ;
onInsured ..
by H per cent of the af- Through UM effort of Don J. prior to leaving for THusvllle.Pa. Mary Josephine Peter and Carrot WININGERJONESWEDDING halo and her bouquet wasbride's ,
property owner ;,1n the Rom am 110, president, and Dr. where she willspend a number Dunn. IS HELD roses and white asters.Herlmrt Savings
of weeks, Saturday evening a candlelit\ Hancock was bout man.
J. A. Oatlin, vice-president of Also entertaining for the go- AccountsThe
the Indian River Drive Association ing-away group was Mia Jean wedding ceremony: was solemnized Fallowing the marriage a !rceptlon -
it has ben ,WINTER VISITOR In the home of Mr. and Mrs I wall hrld. Savings
revealed from Arnold) who gave a mornln af- Federal and Loan Insurance Corporation '
R. C. Mrs. WUiinccr Is the granddatuthUr -
survey and tax records that the PRAISES VICINITY fair at her home on the Drive. Boynton on the Drive for Insures individual accounts to $5,000. Husbandand
Miss of Mr. and Mn L.
Walton sign should have For his annual winter visit, hos- Donnle Virginia Jones,
been Partaking ot Miss Arnold's ---" wife may have total of $15,000 fully insured. .*
placed at the R.'V. Water prop- Harvey Spurgton of Ds Moines, pitality wen the Misses Muriel First Federal savings accounts are'I legal I investment
erty, a distance approximately a Iowa, arrived last week and Is Colean;Louise Harris, Anita Mae 1
mile farther a guest of Fletcher Russell of I II for Trust Funds, as well as Funds'held by Guardians
south This being Martin, Gloria Hawkins, Lucy Martin County Cleaners Executors.
Administrators and
2498 Box Na 877 the case.Iidenta In this district Ankona. The friendship of Ann Slsco, Mary France Backus,
NO BEACH! FLORIDA may sign UM petition for lonln,. these men dates back many Sonia Duke and Betty Pace I I Call Write
years and together they are enjoying Phone 190 P. O. Box 906
Mr. and Mrs. Ond'er Donck of many phases of life along Mr. and Mrs.: C. C. Campbell
astid and tu'minum Ithaca,.N. Y., and Mrs. Donck' the Drive. According to Spurgeon of Louisville arrived last week! '
wall its mother, Mr. Patterson of Fort fishing la appealing strongly to to open their home In Ankona I I WE DO FIRST FEDERAL. :
Fierce, were visitor in the homeof Northern visitors, "In fact, a for their regular winter sojourn.

sphalt Ff>or Tileoor Mr. and Mrs W. H. Lennard whole catagory of healthgivingsports 'Mr. and Mrs T L. Housmanof MODERN DRY CLEANING and PRESSING Savings and Loan Association : ;
Sanlini and : in Walton Tuesday, Mr. and Mr*. are offered In this vicinity, Sewalls Point were Friday: '
Donck live in the same apart- and by people who are steeped 1 of Indian River County
Fini.Iing In friendliness guest at cottage, the EXPERT DYEING r BERLOU MOTH PROOFINGRUG f
ment house
with "Mr. and Mrs. home of A.D. Merwln and Arthur' VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
Don Clark theL former Miss 4
Cfaninf Phillips at Edenlawn. 'I
ux Ethel L'nnard. Both boys are Mrs. M. CcCowan 1 Ja enjoying CLEANING WATER PROOFING 1512-20th Street Dial 2137R.
e |y repfe enttve! innty students at Cornell. The Doncks vacation near Daytona Beach. Among lasi' Sunday'j; travIera -: .
W. Sedgwick, Secretary-Treasurer
rtin uCtORCf left yesterday to return home. After a vacation stay at Coop- were Mrs. Laura Howard and MENDING, ALTERATIONS and REWEAVINGA
eratown,N. Y, the Rev, and Mrs.' Miss Georgia Turner of Eden Member Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal i '
KEITH WALTON-EDEN' CLUB Samuel Fleming have returned who Wont for a., visit to their Savings and Loan Insurance Corp, I
artil Couily Cleaner BUSINESS MEETING home. As rector of St Andrew's' former hometown. Geneva Ohio, Trial Will Convince YouStuart Current dividend rate. .
Tomorrow night there will'bea Episcopal Church on the Drive I and a trip to the New England I
business mating of the Wal- he resumed services last Sunday.] States.'TAXI'. r
ton-Eden Property Owners ClubIn I .,n
the club house In Walton. AU

a E member an_urged-40._ .to attend. DOLLARS Y-eG..Ls jflt PATRONIZE

After spending the summer at I&r. HOME FIRMSOFFERING : 11 ,
their mountain .home In'' HIghlands SPENT IN t 1" ,
N. C Mr. and Mr*. O. L. MARTIN COUNTY dllj'l:' I i
Peacock and children have returned MARTIN COUNTY YOU :
ROdi MIX to theft home on the j


.... .
The Walton-Eden -
Sunday --
STEEL School of St. Andrews Episcopal I I
Church at Walton I II again con- Quoin's Stor j COOK'S TRUEMAN.Fertilizer II I BIt MOIII:
COIBRETEBLACKS tributing 50 pair of new shoes SERVICE STATION I ,
and other wearable to theJaebonvllle '
".. Melts, Groceries andLUNCH TU NEW: GLORY
Children Home
Borlety Mi# E. R. Envy In And|Frozen Food ROOM SERVICE ens I I FOR DULL

PEEL LUMINUM charge of collecting and distributing. RODUCE TRAILER PARK AND I LirjLUdM
When asked how *o NOBKLTIES, GIFTS ependa.ble I I GENERAL 11 jBkaB
/wir )WS small a Sunday': School could LtliilNC. LIBRARY 'hone ? 54IN 1 HAIR {
andwiches, Soup, Piety Court ecu ii
contribute: so oftn and so much JensLn Beac "* I POULTRY 1I.r.MEDIEI Little'
Miles So, of Short o i I I
she stated.,'Th.; principal .
of not getting things for this or Stuart rlw> Favor For f* USE' FederaWay No, I PHONE 149 FLAGLER AVE.PHONE Ste I
PO ND : STUAfT I 1M Beauty Shop I
any othr worthy charity Is do- PHJNE 9131-i GULF GASOLINE i JACK MARTIN, M... : 1
C NT Ing nothing." I A TAXI f irs I .1- 110- S. AKRON -VL- PHONE. W- 1'
It was announced the Sunday CHEAPERITCHHDRD'S
74l Fork Pierce
one School, chied durln '
the summer r: -

"I months, will, open Oct. S. MBLELtCTR I f .. r" Economy Roofing. ;I 1 I Jensen Hdwe. I II

On return from St. Augustine 1 1I 1I 1I Metal ,
where thj* visited tttt parent, 1I a Sheet 1
: ., ,
Mr, .and.i Mr. 'Wilbur Davis C P I -
R LS all O, A..., Ft Pl.... ITile.

stopped visit. in with Walton the for E. R.a weekend Enacy and WffiTlNCfiOUSE Hcfrpoi roaottagealnd seT Boat I 'Uncle Billy sees BAR TT APPRoveoRO I TRY THEM THEY, ] rARE I

family. They were Joined here MORE THA
TE by Mr, and Mrs. Falrburn Ensey e L..Iudw h A Fe.1..NS.Nk. '
Friday bight and together they < cod .... 11..11. .....ILI....' APT TO HAY
returned to their home In EMERSpN R DIOS Bait 1 >r Sale tr.5 a te. R 11.4A.Mte. '
Miami "Sunday. 561., I r rf
Electric!! Coi ractor Jense each
V. VENSE1coor BEACH TliT, surely must be a 'here 'I
rope es.of si kinds Pk... FL PI. lee
Mr. :and Mrs. B. L Douglas, Next To P.p..lei ea Beach T v BRIDGE after I

rN Savannah, Oa. Mrs.Robert Morgan a feller gets what he de. t : L
t Mlddltown Conn., and LI the -
Herbert N. Allen of Newport e wouldn't we lh' likes of I QUALITYSEAFOODS SUNRAYJALOUSIES I
tlw fentali .and\insure News- Va.. left last Thursdayfor I Il. C INIJY E US J -. I :
the J. M. Ilderton PlantationIn III grafterter I j
I Garnet, 8. C., for deer hunt- HOME rVf\DE I Giv Tour ar or Truck A IK In' down lucre on preserves! Formerly Cossaboo :
I ,ing iftrr a week's visit with their By Bo| orFound A kmple Check Up ,
sister 'and brother-in-law,, Mr. Pralines 1 )ivinite tXP IeNCF ATTENDANTS Some pretty fine folks I 'know, ALL SEAF IN ADD BEAUTY COMPORT Um I"i'I'' ,
aid MappRealtor and Mr*. Leland Hubbard.' In Magic ream ND ICs hereabout. SEA< I VAI BUSINESS UE TO BY YOUR INSTALLING HUME UtI''

Walton Outside of a trVqto Palm Coco t issea OP ..e.SO 01 RS kb.DAILY. Whose !lives at' a credit, nowadays Open 7 ajslTTtll 6 p.m. SUNRAY SHUTTERSESTIMATES "
.1 t \ 'B'ach and) Miami their time was Butte| unch ; Saturdpfl 'Till 8 p. m. SUBMITTED "i Ii
spirit deep-sea fishing. Mrs.Hub- ICE CREAK LD DRINKS Staldai 1 Oil Co. But of these preserves thetre1II0811y I .
bard landed a 8 ft. sailfish and I WE 'LOSE WEDNESDAY Sunray Shutter I \
P. O. Arcade BId,. received a certificate and but. MildVel |!leath's SUP AL CC STATION without NOON Product .

Phone 19 ,the Ei making Stuart Sallflsh'Club.her a member Mrs.of Rains SW BldgU| TS 4thV8U'' RALPH DLM t iNDLER.L OnwW Which Jraftin leads* pays some!" lo think JOS Akron Av*. Phone 6 2 w ARMOR.P.. oBOxso- -* ;1{! I'f

\ Douglas brought in a 4 ft. bonlta
e; 1.3 did 1 Mrs. Morgan, -- Now rii-lic may please" but they f

--.----,- ...... ., ., e tiun't satisfy FrtXj A. Stafford.... (j I:
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"' T' I OCOGAS Millions bar found that is For : .. .
I C CO. true .- I : A
OIL I ''I,
FILING CABINETSand egisteredCi
BouLr4ei Tog can't buy with money, when'you. come to die, \ I
{' PAINTS i I L CANTS I Engineer .I.I h hAd I.
Marti anty Rep.FE I
ENAMELS All Types of i I

D.J M >HVsiiERwif '.'' RSEAL OFFICE SUPPUES I Land urveyor r\ i

WILLIAMS Under I r loating. 1T The ,,Stuart New i Stuart, lorlds ( {
DPDN IODUCTS StealKltc caning "..
P H Office' Supply Dept. : I Phone ,.,
,> O.-4rtaij 28O. Boa 871a 214 Fed. I Way, Stuart '_ ',. I I J JI
IN -
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r lualtAut -- f ur Th Best I Get Miles of WearECAP Web Ordway i *: STUART HOME BUILDIN

Motor HIGWJ&&


pplianee. .. r PhoneW WOIViHAM t
ModdVn Cotf T\ U. Iw.I.0. ,
And frailer burt ges | a pundry,' I of st.w.the Lk."akaMd.w s .k.1 M I.. ,I Irr C AND SERVICI For any: kind ofV rvic*. Gene Contracting i
Cabin 1 all small
a tr. d Repair
[ sees Landscaping. %

F AU. i ONYLNLNBLAI MAR/IN JUNTY j jI H SerricA A15 Station ON"S IIODV IREPAIK SERVICE :1:1I .ing. General RepairV. O Block O. Box West 832T Ps4f

NOW the BIGHT MochlMfef 10''. rsI' PW.T and BA RoM nsa l C tic 75IOMP i ih Federal ighway !i PHONE 9142 : etc.: \ t$ .Bridge Right.' On The* wMerriman's

:YOUt rl"r., Verkl ss.w I ,
Seethe y'" i eeNVkect; capacity direct subtraction, 1 "
WcPttrti H.tod y. !bl and cfioiee of keyboards, at a I TE Doc i HALIROOFII
tnslne* .Urge and em*, it's'' ,popular price:Alto evadable\ in COJNCRE.T Elect o; and efrigeraron For '
"'AI.... .MI? busumit. Emy hind operated{ models. Call us Foundation*, Floors, SE ICE7, llsBo I CABINETSand Tavern
to today.. the Vrtor 60 Second: Se FILING WrNU.'tciCAKS.
IIpII'Ite..1aIt. accurate de- Drive Lys, Sidewalks, FIR.
I Jalda) Victor sUcrs you large' .ProvalgTottr,.. Blocks, Brick' Drain No' ob To rgi Or I I AND ".- t KTTE. NEWS PATEM ,M
Too Sn It
-J: Tile,|Septic Tank psesAl S test Ice Cream M11'Open

The 'Stuart News'F I II In Fact )BEE.JECTRI D vpes 0 Maria" All Type: fit.if." Roof, Reiring ; 8Fmm. Tut J2 p. sts.,
: Every in' Concrete
ing CO. loadaya
Construe on OFFICE SUPPLIES! 811 So. i rado Ave.

E SUPI'FpEP'! }';. 1, f UNTILEPht Day Pobe van Taylor The $tuA N w- Phone and Lear Tii Wherefief'
I I .r Soup 71 essagew
:t' f. *11PME,3OO.. "c. \ )I Nfta Pfcart P. O. Office. lppl DepL. r. e. >.* kuBtuart 4

.' Bost 836, >n2T.W* II PHONE 104-J .. ...... j jIL 110. <
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, It at .... .-. 10.1.... 10 th. ... "re-la* wllkln. II feet *uk lid, of It'll.II" Eaal from I. .(or. krUu roadwor oontklamt '.1 .ASlCI.. .114. atrkl.-o ..aoat lnla. IHTh. Bh" nw
BUT "U.i{ ..... _4 11: nor of Lot II and I''' .' .. o.
Iforenrip Bun* toe:ooitla* II" Woat 11114 feet L" IUTOI I I IDIa ta.Uon Sh.
: POINT OP BMINNIKQtkene. n." PRCE 8 I .
''e'l That nortlM of being pereel of dcaorla.ed t I' dan her
IN THC CUlT COURT IN AND FOB It'll II" w... Mtkoket AI .IGI. .UT'O IU. wIt
Lola 11ft' .IncluilTC. at llock" Bewlnnin* on tko Woat boundary : lunt '
:'LAW \UNTY, F""DHTIN *- 10. .........1.. .. .oJ.. .... ofTro..1 "f.I.J'I! 4 *: U"I.;:: : k Nortk. II II41" .1 no part al Bract i/,1 *. ..- .. Mr. Ind'M. 1. 1
.1.. Irom Point "D" n.of
VNtY Cj', '."d''.""' 1 feet. i nn 81. InltFarmapubdleblo. I A
<3> I polltlo.llnodl ......_ ...... .,. ...... Tran II II II* ..II M fWtl Ikonloutk .. at Iron W .. a..1 Ha/o. GrantTawaaalp 1..1' IX Laah. leall
.llon' V.r ..*.. al flor" ,IIda. 1114 Boot IN ton. .. 11 'ho
Weal aeonor 41
nd ran Seoek II 14 II akjni It Bang* Farm =h ta
17 :
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.10'. t .It ''M oft.
and K L. WALL. Cnalrni.... 1,1. .aid Waat Boundary 117.II fret. ICM W Saotkioal Una of Lot 10.lea ; recorded i-I where
Boat aerardm tafplM lontk
"ll Grant
ll .. ......, u.. of lto.. _. .. .hip : wU Yil
O > tiUINLIVA.' 11
E.II."H Ike*** North II IS l* But 174.11loat eaadwop, ao4 aontlmJac ( < tkeoo* a* Phi Book I-)**** II. Pak* Coat, (la* uncle. Mr
lull kelng' Mreel of( land III! .
a -
HIdUMlerd t the North, boundary of aaldTrael .l leeora.wkiok ad I.
FLETeEII. .. .. _..... .....,.., feet wide,. .. .the Nona end ot >ald *d thence" loulk II II W..t .. ... tton 111*Una' Weat III!M4: Boack Bra Coaaty/PnklM.. ,. II rackaide la Fa 00.... _II. formerly of M. .
Ie. .10. ..U.. RtI.Rn til'l Lot I. and Bounded We.t by acui'te. eliinoanld North koundam 141 II tkafollowln} .rikedeocerlla I. P. .
ru. ,. of Rob
\ 104 14 feet In .lengtk. .oa. ) liTI .101" "ID 'iF on ahare o< II. | Bul*
MARTIH CO.'M COUN1 "NU'S FLURIIJA 0.,'' .... .. ... N..I'. and .... feet I .tI'k.o South II II II ; Weat luw water ; tkenra NortkareMorlr *! / c... '.1.... .1 Hurt u employed
.. I.. ...,.. ., 10,. It ,[eel, and 174.11 to t olnt *f keglnnlngnid That part ol Lou O oaal I of I Ikjng ahere of rlroylew for I
S' P.1I. .. ..." r.. ..h., f Hn of 4JI Br C
'" paanal Innd eontalnlng' 11: Sobdlvlaloai Begta t/Ie *
..... '" ..Iuri.... ....... Mo4 It, 'h. ._. (.....k. Stuart Farmo .' wwtor arark Irat be.adre ,. CI I Jennlnn
Bare ntora or looa. acluoir"* *f tkatportion leel lontk of D1
.. Ing to Plat raearded lo ol raid 111 tkenraKartk ,
'. ...., _. .., .1 ..k! Loto I '. lort. West Palm
.. .II""' ., .laid. Eaat ......'7 aad'aofd ...... ,Includeol, In tk* ratal' IniJut. 1. Pago II. .... Ceunty pub.No II IF Bnat : feet. 1 0. 00' nf .. 4 .., rn l ,' .. w. I. fool of tk. Bah ,
dl.II fretDeuthaaaterlr Bod to. rotordo and Iraa. to I ,_.I 1II" appraalmat.0| E..I af SEU of ahd
t'ENTItAL FARIIEII. TltUBTI, Inleraertlng *t point .o L I. CI ,. M. B
.... I af Caoamb lo en .. |eag} T. lying Saul* M. Art
....... .. t. tke Nor'kraal ...10\ .. 6 N. o : ;
tll" .t. ".,. ,.....1 t I............ ...... ., .... Lot PARCEL T. of Hauon .1.' 1 I lrSuie Eoa4Puellok "ort altn vuttinT
HOTICI IN EMIIOEIO OMAINrIlOCEEDIIOc.s ..,. ...... of I... "" ",.1.. Booth <\onordhigto lying Waal onlBtln* SUM .... .. I I. '. ...... I okri r ,
I.I* ner*. ntoro or .leaa. *aeluelvo' oltkol Thai .nortloa. of plat, Book I. II. ( .* Ml' H 1.... parnt Mr
,portion 'InrhiaM. I*. the ..10.. Lot f according., ta nlal of ComInalonera : : :. within-. ., ... PARCEL I ; W. (. I
N THIlAME OF THIT TI .. Ing SUI* Koad II, .' lubdltlalon' of Han. ,:..10 .',..of ... of IkkUr ...) 71. Scene* _.CH 1111 IIFTkot .1.b .Arold. 8lr TW,
aon Grant, an recorded In Plal .II.w. LEF 1.1101
aakt Bn* Being pend
FLORIDA. *urap
.. .. I of Block
(d) That portion ..1Lot. look.. B Bt page II of Ike Pub. __ _tU. referena t NIV .. o '=t. day.1
1'0 ALL "HOM IT M.y 1.0Nl INI weh t
"H 0 ... <......1 1'.,....... 1'..... I '0 U '..1..... of 8 I..' lla Reoorda of Dade County, Plot... NKIi of aald Iratton \" follow. 4 of 1. Inlet tame.eubdMaloB ... ... ,. ., oher, I. ).
GrantTownahlp and
........004 1I..kln. C..,......"' ".. n: ......,.. .. .... ,I.. a( 1'... ..... ..... 10 Pint, Book 1 at page Common** 'oa tka Nartk..l Hn* In rraneoa 41Erat ....., /. .. .I. Arnold .
t ....,...... .. ..k......., H......... I.. .,..1 CII, .......I.loto.. I I. of .h. rubl" a-.. of P.... of ..id. Lat II. at k point. II II :> .I-( II Soutk. (tango recorded .. .. .. .. .. J 1. A. ofHob-f,
r rI FlorJeeidene .. C_........ ..10 1,1.. .."... .. '-' ..,. .''do of ...., ..... 00..... Fiori... fret Nartk 1111 II" (aal from tb* :IT-.t "<4I a, araordlag. t*Page plat II PalmBrack .0.._ ,
_,...... .. u.h.... I. ....,. ..h. II...., LI.. of II.... R... ,. '.".1 Woat eormer of laid Lai II Bad nut ani In Plat Book. [
I" anknowand .. MU.... C. H_, ...".. ..... ..,.. .......1 of .... ...... .lthl. .. i... .,' .htl ....., Boutk II'II'II" Ga.t 117.II feet ..* .,I. print. III II feel C... '.publl II'"fret record oerh 4 TO ATTEND $T.n
I .t.. .Hoover. ker oi..niuulre.ldenrea I.. II ,.. w''''' .. .k. S.... ... Un. of 8.... Roood 11. "......... la Point "1" tk* prN., OF ,hit. Iran BoutkraM ef which doMrlkodcenterllaet RED
t of
11'.... .,... .._ .. ..k....n. ..ho.. ... lI.n '-< ..1410 .. ... 1'1..11' HUH load III. Section KM beIna GINN1NO' ) .* M TrlIt MKM. Milt, of I, aid following CROSS MEETNGour
are onkaow. *, Nelllo. A. ".R.end .... .......04 11'... ., ,". 11'... poraol. of kad deacrlked nt .. Waal .I alaa. .from PolnI" n* Northwratorlr and H.h t.,
..l'Iofth.' .... ......., .1 "'4 Lo.. North Eaat III _.. .. ,.
I>*n II,Rae. ker hualund. whuee Beginning; on tk* South koundar,) run .1. .*>wSoatk .. Soatk Ma of I numbers of UK
reaideoeo* are nakaowa ., ...., *. th.... ... If 1..1.. .. ... 1:_ ., of old Lot I at k point' South II.ItWeil feet. (CM roadway ontntnlnv. ... ,.. ..., of Begin, Weal* of Troa 0 ( I
.r. ......* ........* I Ind 8........ t....".. .. ," ,- ,. ....... ....... II III feet from th* South. *.I| acre mow .baa, .u ".. tl 1'1.' .. ....., I k point .and fort Nortk 1117Weat .. Coun'y: R tr
.. h. 101...._..', ..... ...,.. .. of Tract cb.pn
ban M,Roe. ..... ...,..... io u. _. __ ., ..1. Lot ,. .. '.. I III attend
......, ... M..., A. ('h...'" ... Po.II.R. ... of 1771 II '00" ..... .....1 .... ....11 "'II' W... .'0" .... (cn) DITCH RIOH AMrr LEFT STA. It.loa ".... o 01 III IDL lea C..I. nfel,
... .. K.elle.l.me.1 .... ...... 'h. I.., ..III 01 I d ...to''.'.' .... ..... ...... South .boundary 'of 141.II feetthenr THIN ii it .. I I ...1 f ... ..-.. th* American Rfd
... i., .....10 H. Ch'.."" a. '" ...1..'.. vi .10.. ... .... *. North 11'11'M" Kaal: l.. I That part at Lou A an4 4 o .h.., PARCEL II h-ld C k
.*_... and Ik* .n k..... ....... .... ,..1. ,. .Ito ..1.".. ....... R... to ... Ih.' ........., .t .... Rluart. Firm'a BuBdlvliIraaardlni I ..- -. Monday '*
"_'. ....,... ... ,,......... '" .., oi II: Lo. ft .10..... _.. U'II'"'' E.., to plat. reaoraM hi 'Ia. DITCH LEFT STATIOH "till at Orlado to
Kr.nk N. Ikendler. _.... i'rankrr.idrncae .10.. .laid, ..... boundary of UN t. Book I. Pago II. Martin CPublia .." C ICOrlt ?
r....... ...k_ ........... .. ..10.....; ,., Thot .... of fret Ikenco Boutk II'It'II'' Welt RaooraK aad that pLot of "Tkal part W Trnct I of Block I chiton,
It r........ ...._. ...M.... I. ... Lot 0 8....' .. ......dI.. ItH foot to pulnl. of krvkmlaiiadd : I of Comalaalonara ubdlvlalon 41.f HI. Lal. ,Inlet rarma, I Those atendlng from ui,
'."..: II. 1'. ...IL.... ...... ..v....... ..k! pl.. .T......, varaol I of kind containing, 111 of Hanaoa Granla .. T.....' n. 1:. .., ukdOlalo" .In* Hanaon Grant, chapter
.. A' ..... .... .. ..... ...1..,.. .1 .k.. Soulb" Ranga 41 I IIng '' ..1 So.., .11 are Mn. cirroi t
r.I. II '.. Range 41koat
.11", ,... ..,. .,.. of.ho 1'1' Tawnakip
I"j : ::: .. ".IIit..Z. po.tI.. 1..1._ ,. ,.. ..,..... to Plat llI Pla. o 1. A 0
....., U. 'a.... ..... .. 00. ... I. according plal comb. r.
...... ." '. oorn.. I. ..k...... .10. II... ..... 1.. Page II. C. .. .
.... ., _.. .. In Plat Book 1. Page Morton
.. ... _.to. n. .tr'', Public Bceorrh which Sen '. I. and Kin 1"
or lark Defendant being t tl .... ... .. ... ..,. .. .. I Brack Publia, record.deacrlkrd .
.,. I. '" II fM oack aide, of tk* followlndraerlbed .. biO uI C.t
own Join W xte/ien. whuer navnre Lo. .. ,.,. "'" 4.. .... ,... ,.AIIClL *cBtrllna} ... .. ..... aa fellowel Shacklord. Approxtmalth
ae partteularlr' a. known la I IK > .. .... ..... 1
: K.Wl .. .. .100 110.10. .04W. -1 : delegatl frm 82 riortiln
j o.dw New fork M York. : .., 10, ..... 11 I... ,. 101 T1Io1 _,.. atLe. Co....._ ... ..., .. ..tL.t Begin at NE comer *f aald traofAand .
.. .. ,. ..
I ; 11. R..h.o". wh" .Id ......., ....... .. N..h.... .....dIn. t. ,,1.1 ., Ce... .. .'.' I. _. .. ... I Bouth al UrTlWrat expected to ..Unjconferenee
I i : : .. : : : ... .... ...... '. .. ,.... "" .'0_" Bukdlvblonplal ., ... P' .N.. .1.1. huBTIaryBf
: : 10. .f _
.. .T "r.:.. :.; .:i : II II" f which Is Ox
I ;, ... ... 100...... Ro.. ., .... .. ....... H....... 4:....... .. _. .. al Lot .. Soulk I*. .II. o Tmct 1 k-a:UfH II1Erat
:,' I" : ;:." ;" ":, :: : 4'I .., uI ..,. Lot .. ..1. ... .....,.. Book. B* at png* II of tk* .... III II feet Point' ''.1'tk. .. '. Tect to nnua Statewide riMUm!
Ueorg* IB .k. ........ Public Record* of Uade Counlyriorlda ....', .... Tract I:
.. .... .
.: ""' ., I. 0" ... ... Southeastern
I .. ..... 1'0lNT : ..
,0 eo reeldrnco .UL H" ". (". ". .. .. nd ,In Plat Book > nlkaxo BIGI"NINO Wnt .. nte irti
....., _... .. .. It.., .. .. .. '.1' T ...t t_ ... Nortk II 1' approtlmucly Aug II II 4 It
II. i;.' i rkr.auvarllrularly' I: Kront:; ';. :widow' .,(:Huoertktm 1_ ,.... .... /10....... Clio. ... II of tke Publia Keaordaol al.o ...I.. 0 BE. ,.I G........ .L.I II frat PONT Ot HitGINNING Bept. |
Wn. reild n e > ..... ....... uI 00''. Lot. h. Palm Brack County; r kind* ... PtN1.., _'1. .'_..... .. <..'. .'1 _
; I :; .a. I It kn llBrark :::: ::. of Ia.. ...... .....,_ GINIINOI. _.. .. ...lara '
.Honda, and tke unkidavlaeea lying within II fret enck aid ofld 1. 1'1. I' CONFERENCE PlANVfDAtheni
....,.. .. ..... ... .. ..... Wt lit II '* -\ 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIWIUllnllllll'Hobe
; ol Hukrrl legatee, and rreul or., if an*j .,..... of .... .....10. .....1.... I .h. ....., II,.. of. 'to.. II... II Nortk II 41 le' Weat .,::: .: : rr.I' PARCEL MTaat
V Kranti derraanl
KaraiondH .
Beeoe. whoor rrnldva, ... unknown. .Iow ....U.. a.... ._ 71: ::r... :. t'li' d.--. : .= 111.4 ,.t* Northweal Kn* ..r .. .. 1.1 AND Sound News O. Sept 11niMri
II *.*> Aur* 11*. h.... wkoae. .reauleaeila That of .. .. _,..,.. .. ... d.W......., roadway. and .....,.. to. ..I.P IH".QB1 LEF IA. H: Richie )
H.rln ,. Tru. cO.'I' rkrl.l. aa t eadw Lola. I II ,Inclual-e. of Block >, Lot I at Boln. .4 ..or o part ef 1 Block
to commander
,,,. 11'11" .. .... ,... ACEL I 1'.0 o MARIE BRODRICK of the Amtr
: 1. Bvaerdlng.., to enid plat vf Tro. W. n. .. .1 41. rr.a LnclaIntrt t-l
iiRf" tke l Wll .IHl" Trxainrnl. I; tfubdirleloaIN. tit. ....10.... _.ot of .. .,... .ACE. 1. .h. "I. o'h E. .1 Farm,. a aubdlrhiion. .' InHnaao Cancer Society. Ibid
Viral City
: ok Mr U lo. :' "n.ri) nnd Iki L" : .._.. ...i Nortk, II'II IItkenc .. 1111 II......... Grant. IK BoulhBang. 11111111111111"111"'"II &
=: : .
: .. I T..h. flounced here
r.., .I. ..I. .... and 1,1.. .,Ih''. .. ,... .... .Woo of :: .:: : '! ? '"W 0...W.. L Lot I. _' 'o.'Tawaaki _. 41 Enat ... ng u pbtrerarded lat W
!. 0. J ... ... ... I Nortk tl II I 'F..u..1 I In I. Pag George nephew of: great forward
: ; r. .:, : .,.: .I:: .10. .. II.. .1 S. II. 11 0' BoctlonTownablp Soalk. Range 41 Eo.being that P. 80k C.mbl flora'l
rren.ed iCralir R .. Ita.. .. feet lo the beginningoncar H. a..t. .. P.,. B. ....., ,
of of .Id Heawltkla
11.) '''''on 0'. krn7 itri, II Rang. .1 part I.. which .bl. and WUmot of IS In
..nla : .. .- I.T .... the Weal ... of anld. ., .., .lo th* Wealeri I" of reaterlln ..hi,. ,... '. M. +rur I monIl 4>
I : 1..8': ;:: ::; ; aoroaa E.H. aricrlbed follow* I .lh' .
I IContnion
\ ,\ Company nrl f lor. n .'.'...".d tk.d.. 1I..k"" Lola. kounded t:... kp > Kn heg ..10... _.....Nor.. ...,,,.,trip.i,ol and 1171 fcaalorly II feet: o. .74, lection fillCoaUlnlag ... .... '" \loa '. ...,. Jupiter Island, left Sunday to cancer hae tttnto

Corporationkaown .10... ......... .. ... ...nnlng. on I the Nortk Norrkll..0.of.Mil.. .10.. ..Id .. ...114 feet tothence .. .. th N". .. .. .11. enter Gordon Military College, the Slat!. one of the mot
d Lot at point aer*
a _
I : All"'::.rh ('orvHor :::;:; =' Boat. IIII. feet from tha Nortkweat po,.. .,.. ... .r: North 0..... of L .. ,'' 1. .0... C_.._ .. 1...._. H. '" Qa. porant cano-r cnfcln
CorM| >mlkinFort ...11... W.., ...I feet ta the Ni .t P Att 1'.. .. nUl ,... BrvUle. I
..I..... ,'j. P..If" I..m""' Com...,. Lot I.(WealernoieaO nnd running, South oorner. 10.of II.Mid It"We.t """ ..,, .....u...... ., ..,.. Lot 'h... rB B.' a North. II' knot from KoulhUn Mrs. Jamei Diamond year. The confernce wll i itogether

Laudritouaek .. FI..d". 0". J .... lit II feel lo the begin, .1., ,...... ..... II', .. W... .1... 11' .1 No I Tk _... ., 1'1" ... ... 1'1.10U''I' and daughter and In Miami Beat
andrealontcr.H.I.. III ...,,,..... 10.. ..,.. .., .u.... ....... .. t''" NOL... ..... 10... ......" 11." ,... : .. of \ !C= E..'. .. P.,., *, Mar Sn
..._ ... ,.... .' J 1. w_ : 11'.t arrived 12-11 leaden In the
10" .rly and havlniId radlua' of '771.1. ......Bo.'h.lt ... ..10_....., ,... 1".1 l "" ... .trda, canctt
i .
"Hnmpley and Mary ll KamplryOeorge .10.. ...... .... '10. W.... ..11.. U. .: ;...= :. __ I. 1''_ *
Robert from 12
\ .. .. .: _, .._ _"' _1. .... "',.'. .0' winter. son, I expected Southeast m ads
.. rurrr 1.4 M feet to th* W... .1,. "..1.. ..d''.. '11." ,_... I ,.. I' ... .... Tract .1. f.
Tllruterly I),... .10. re.idrnrr. ,.., ... ., .. later. western States.
ar aa .
par boundary of aald, Lot II at pointNortk .1.. '"1. T ...11....,. .. .,..... P.'.,t "A" run Soul.. ." .
ni "I. know.i I. T...., rlorloa. B4.1I \ ..1 .t. '..1. I. ... '...... 1711 teel Ikenc .. Mrs Griffin was called
I II 1'1.I kal footfrom Lacy
.. :: R, I.. .. .10' !
.. .. ,
W "Urn. wku.* .1.. ice panicfalm WI''t'' 1.1 ... .. .
,tk* 8oulhwe.i corner of i .Id rh1. : .,.., "'.. .... .. .1' appro.lmatelr feet 1111111111111111.
., .. 1 \ Friday by the serious
irly la known la Wrinorda keirk.Drer .. .
..... It I .10. __ of .... 10...,. ., ...! .. .. 8..'., 8..1 T..... c... t Pirs I
: Bordon, .. ........10 ...... ......... _...... .... ..... .0.. .... .... ... .. th,, .I.II..." I I. ..J.. .."... ... her fatr.
.wkoae...... realoroe.. L.k.* W.rtk., Florid' .10.," and '" ..... ...1..,.. of .10.. 10""' .10..10..10. ,.1._ .. .h.. 1 ,AE" PAttCEL Word has, hen River Dii

\ t.h.: 0..... ..,. Included In tk* nlatlng Slat* Rood . .o. I. tn. Ida
n. of Tk.* of tk* Nortk that Mrs. Charles DlckenhoU
...,0.- .. .......,.." .. ".n. "" II. T. .t.. I. .. ... .I, 1 .. ., H....
t \' W... 1'.... II...... I'Io'id.. ,..... PARCEL t. w.d T..,.. .. .10. .1 81k.. I.. o L ., .'o' .1 8' t. who has ben 111 In Pa. Is (really

I \ ..... I. rl., aootainlMll BWH of Ill of Section' Improved. and Mrs Dick* (Continued/ From f Tfcn
lok ,'; I:; derenaed Jeaale B Allirvkl: t'nnd ton: Th.. portion ofJ .... .. '" ,. P.hU. .. ..=.. .1.. Tewnthlp" 11 Houlk. R.nro 41 Eakt.whkh enhoff their f, ,
r.4 AlbrarM. ker ku.knnd reat.vT'tolglllw T.oe. In Block, ... aeeardlnplat to ., B.. ...,. tl.. wHhln II feet of the expt t open hoe
< I.
.;.jt *. it'L.* k...... ... of St. Lurk* Inlet. hareeordrd .... 1.1. .. _" ,. ... aurvey .. ,. Stat* Hoad her tl. mont. High School and rrwltnl

';:: "Ii.O ::,;.. i .::'OO" nn In f ;tha In pubkr Pint. Bonk record: ef al PainBrack Bog* ,.,1..".."hi.., ,..... ...Id., .Bond 16.PAI '...... ..... _, .. .'.. >... Mrs. Foyd and sons. degree from the Vive
I ...kI.._ .. ....,..,.". .. k...... ... lauolp. tlorldalying .... Bto.. ..*,. ._..V I* ... Phillip Franlde, visited last Tennessee where !

... llo..... IOu........., Mulld''... l"lo... .H.. '.. I.I... ,._ c_....... .t tho 1'1' w of week Mr. and Mrs. William member of r Kappa Kappa Si
hud. Vlilo. Ju... K tr..U... ,Ind. '' .11, 1' ..1 o d" .
v '' ] I wllhln II feet' rack aid ofIk .1.,. ._ Tkat porlle* af .,. ., .W. .,8W ofB.. wit '
... .. T'...... >nd fr.hk J. t.,....... aurar lino nf SUM Bond Itfonoerlp .. 01 ..,.. .T.... I K. L I ,la Blacl I: t I. U. lion I ana run S... "I'UW', rat Shor. Island.

; i:1: '! : :. : :-=:. ::.... ::. ;.';. .: ': : Hill( : bolag Slate a narro Road! of land la), deeerlbed Heclloa.- Iba.,NortheMt' .... corner. of'"aofd,_'.Tract.. and1..I tl In k III., I II ...arcordlng, Lot.to .171... feet l| thence along North. 1 111'. rut: First Lt and Mrs. Donald Coleman ItyWlnlnger b th ton ofA 1

Q'lilt .. W TPI .th Waat .koundf of Indian. Crana a.bdl.uion, II feet to POINT UF BEGINNING and son are visiting Mercer of
aa Beg nning an 1 : Ikeno* run Bouth II II" Ka.t : M. For
\ .I" : Tll t; d::;l.r.T; ;: .. :,': ,. of and, Train.. I M INortk '.' 111.41 feetl Ihenro .... .IIII. recorded ,In Plat Book I ntpng 'h.. Norlk. I II'II''. Kaat 111feetl Cole-nan'i parent. Mr and Arthur M' WlnlHK r of"I
II tko Puklla Recordaof
It II II Weat II III reel Weal III tkenra BantkeaaUrly
feet tha along
liltI,I Itj. ,'1\;,\ t......" ..rlda, T H (,.!... ...dJ from .tha Houthawat aorner of aaldTract .., ., ..I. 1....': .10.Weat...bound.of Martin.O.." ., Florida.II nra of aurre voncnvrd Northmatorly Marin will leav more He was graduated

;& = : II and run tkrne* NorlkeaatI 11..1' "" .,... ..,. /urh kn.lag radiua ol 1711.II Sunday for Bloomsburf. ., Fort Pl!rci leneiithn
: = : : ; : .rI, .1... .u'" _.... .. .... ..d.. In" 'h.... No. "I.. w..t o... .lhl. .,_ for a dlalanra, .of npproalmntcly 1 Hgb.
tJ .. i Florid.. Jo) ....._..Pi>. ...1.. ...... 01 .1.. .. .. t. .. II.. .. 1.... ko 0' H'. N.. an extended stay with Lt. Coleman years I ArmjForcei
; or.k... ... .a. T....... ho. ..II.. 71" IS feet. .,.....* af II.... begnnlng' uld. pareol ... .u I_. being th* _, ..10.. ''' Wo "s He will leave laritrvlc at prewntployed
:i .. aurk Def.1e.ideno fort 1*' th* Nortk boundary af ...* ...,.,.. .... .. .. .1.. of 41 Lola knd kkicka. aalNH .........,. I.1' .. rO'N"I paent and
,t :' : .k : :iir T.... .. ...I. U.i feet W..l lk .. ..10.. ...1.. ...''ohl' ..,.... .1 ...... .....,.., ., ."GNIIIG..I .. U. t Italy Ot U Mrs. as 'diaflsman wl W
..I, fro. .10. N..h.... ....... 01 BUM fl. .... ... ... oIoU.. Coleman Join him and &
Harlow nrkiunand ..t. T.... ...... 110.. II'IIIItt.t eMI t East Coast
r.r :
;;: :: d .
r ... oin. ,..... ea4 Nartk koanda.. .AttCIa. there In four
... ........... uf ..... ....,........ 1001.. 11'11 akiat feet; ikeaeo BeuthweaterlyNor : .A PAttCE" mont. Company
..k......' Brnj.mln, t Hall n. A...... : PAttCI ITh. While fhing beach The younfc eoupW win
H.U. ... wife" .Ike ,..,...... 0( ..... 'hwe.terlr. kaving, a rndlua of TKlN IKS 17 14Tkal .. of .. here afternoon, Mr their home to Pier*
..... .... .. .... .... .. 11 For
IHI. la ni. M .1..1, 1171.HI fort. a dulanee of 111." part nf Tract I nf Black. Government L I nfSecllo 1'10. ._ of Burnnen of West Beach _.
,... .11. ..... Str.... r.....'..... feat la th. W.nt boundnrl of a.ld, I* of tit. Lurlo Inlet Faraia, I. Townaklp. I. Soiilk.Bang the Southcooterly. "' feet ofM P.l .
Ohio, ....k I H..I.... ....ur rea...... Trnrt .: Ikeneo South I fI'U'I." aubulvlalon, .la Hanaon Grant, 0 Eaat.I Block 41 ofSukdlvlalo m. Lacle. Ink* caught a 35-lb pmpao. H? CORRECTION I
.. .......: ..... L .od4I..k and I IIke II.... "'.' ...... ..hi W... ........, Townablp' II Soulk. Rang. .0 *. H.. caught it on a and ,
Ire E.: HrddLkof ... "" realdeneeakrn UI' 1_ .. ,..,.. of "_.m.: Kn.t according., ta plat, _.I. '" '_I. ek.Wo ...... Towaihlp, III Soutk. Range. hok Through a mtoprint UVr
aork ""' ....... I IJ ...,.. ..k..,..: 10. ..id. parrel uf .land eon....... 1..11 In Pint, Book 1. Pag* r.1 Narlfc nfI ., o G..HI.... .. .110.I. 41 E..I. according, u plal recorded it took him 1* hour, t land Jensen Btach Beauty SW
I II Triay and Ie... Tri... k"" .If.. .10... arre. earlualro ad tkot. PO"". ,.. Beark County Publia an .. I. tk* aurray .. I* Pint. Book I. .... In. palm. it
...,....... ... ..,.... I.. ... ".m. rinded, ,In tka exlatlng. .. Biate. Koad which [If* wllkln' 11 ,.. otcrnoient Lot I' at I pelnl 171 tXj B'." Bond II Sratloa IIII. aaidf Baach. Counly Publia' Record.Iraa .. The New .ersfj W
f ..ikuib.ni H..k.. .'. ... 1.. aide, of tk* following, denwalerllne 4 fret Nortk II.II WVat from the ....., h.100''.. I I... Wo of roadway aad Containing, I. Lacy Orfl. d.Ulhtr EWa cale Jennm
I .. "" o.. ." .' ..... 10 ..k..... : .r MIC corner of .Id Government. Lot ... .. ...... tra and Sop. Mrs. Mar
\ ... .........,.. .1 ... <101....... ...... rAttCEL ITh. I and n* Soatk tl SI It. Weatllli4feelltkenanoutk uI .11 of.I 1.0....."... ara, .ar I Mt owner of the iml op*
..k.o.... M..." M._. ... "...... .. '10. ....10.... ., .t'u.' PARCELS* had Sunday dinner wi hl lhp I I1
...... ... __.bo... ..ho.. ." '. ..... ..: portlo of T.... .. point, 111 II feel J .... Weat..11II foot, ,, North IIIII .. .. .... ents. Mr. and Mrs. pr- Is Mrs Marjorlc BuUar
.1.1. .
10 ..k..... ... ........... ..I irk V*. 10 Vfealerlr III fretialrly ., .10. "" 1'"' from th. Weat. *111 thone*. 01 ..._. .. .... RIGHT OF STATION Orfrl. located In th Otto1
,....... ...1.. .. ..... W. B. frernn .. 111 feet of Trart 7 ofLucl ., i. I nnd B. North tl 41II Weal appmaoateIT '.. DIR It The W a Girls Pl
..,.... .k. ...,... of aurk befenilanbe /II..' 0'. ........... ,. plat of 8tr .or.1.Tro._j. 47714 f... N.'" doreramont III fort to Boutk line of raid 1. .. II' weekly meeting at the home ol cad> of th! rel tl lU
,' ..,.,.. .. k Baker ..,... Lot I tha POINT UfBkCINNlNGt "
) anhuaband < lnlt r.iKt .. .. I. POINT .Ot RG NINGI PACL 1" That portion Mrs Instead ort Rlcou BldgAfter '.'
thence eealtauo Monk Bryant.
: B.k.,. ., wkoeiiiikixwn .hook I' at .. II of Ike tkenae Soulk II 17 It .. ... Lola I Bad o Block I aeearalnu Pe.r
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." .. ..k....., .10. ...._... If Weot feel .lo. 0. -
.m. Ii. Record.C'c.nty .. of mini Beach alaa from Point A' II e. 11 IUTIOI II' to plat of guhdlvkaum meeting,
.. 1'1..1 111 ker*. aPABCEL c Brc
I of aork UefondiuiU kelnl iinkaJ .' W floilda, Laat: .. I. : ipendlng the -
Miirpay. wk ne reildenre ,le I Ifc. ..kao...: ...1. II. W... ., .... II ol tb Puklla : was I
,.. ... _._ h...., ....,..... ......... lying within' k* feet each aid ofin 1, ....1'. to Boathj.t. alTraet 'I p.g Marti* County*. Florida,: : Honor ot her birthday.'Attending with relatlvei In the t
.... ,..4I.ro, If ..,. .. ...,... ......... .'10....,. II Itl.o.. ... ( Slat* Head nil. '..lio. .. i : lubdlelaknt' J.BV: *f lying within, II feet of dkck a.*. were June and Lee ,Bowden, ,

.'I 4 R' '. k. bo.h.nd lk.B't Htol. Being par.*l of land ._., ALI.DITCII ,; 0..... L. '. ...u,U. Urlin* deeeribed Commencing .* Marian Man, McOe*. Mllltr, en rout to her h
:: ; .
j d. ..e* of [)*rvlid.iiti brnr. .d .* He* nnlng, ea Ike So... houndnry ... H the Norlk baund.ry of Section ITownablp itopp-d
Elda and Ma Marie Eden last ,
........ ... ...., .. .. 0. ._ Lacy w.k
t H. U C rubr ind Mwrlt! of aaid. Tract 1 at a point IK Bt.T N aoaordlng.aid J''" 1. HI. ,. I* South. Rang 41 1 Eaatat Grffin.
C.......r. kr ku.k...d.t .Ik* r.KidnrM 01urh feet Weaterly from tka .flout.-.... LEF 1'.. Rlo'lOl .. I ...... I. 1'1.' 8.. I. .. 1.1 c_ ... wlhl. .. fo' point II feet Weat*from thl Brodrick, Jean' A od. tralla. 111., ro a vii! wlui
U.fr.l.nl. uUlrl", .. .... ... T. P" o 01 .. '. .. .. s f Win
u lurli .I K.* > earner of Bald Traal L. '" F." 8.' I e. 'I .. Northeut corner of aald, Section. I. Callahan Mrs Crow* Oladyi Cox and with old
.,. .. _. .. .. ,
known b4> H'' H.'d.' Wh.I. WeaWlp along aa d .1.1..._ .. '.110. 11 C..I. ..1 and run then** Bouth I 11'II" Weal Mari
D. Brook ... J. r. Brorkth h.. .ba.", n:1 of Tract T dl> : I .. I. III.II bet and Mrs. R New Orleans. She I of
\I _,.*..., 0' iiiek Dfil >...... 100''.. .:: : for? ttlor* or lea. t* .. of 8..1. .. .,_. o ,.4.n ....... ....., t lto.1.Il-* I n.ofGINNJNO Mrs Caaa.
". II...... .'l 1"0' H...., l" *rnenl ...... the Weelerly right, ol wnr Un* olaald tl. .. ..I .".. .I Lot I aad) re ak>Bg 1 0....... I ... .... I., I. h home todayJENSEN .
., .... ........ ...,..... 10 H....... J'I......: 8.... .Hood III tkenao Noeaaurlt .... .1... U.. I .U'I'. .W., Nortk It'll II" foaltbaea .I.IIII"to W .'11 ,.. .PiNT lp. consented t teach the lit ad -
I, "' .. along aud. right of waNorlhweaeerlr > .1. E. .. .... h..t akMif nra of Halloa 'IIII B.. LINE, thence South II. ONU' 2nd and her
::rJ ""t."i.:. : 'k..::: : i:;;; II.. o. ...... ....... 10 ... ." 'h_ ... .... W... a eurva tha Nortkeaatrly rep Una ol But* I_ .. II feet I tkenco Soutk. .till'III '" grades ag.1 BEACH

.,.. an. ..,..I. 0,... .. T........ ... ....... i radrue. of ...._..1 ? having' radio' af 1114II Slot, FOR POINT GN .. ... .. ... ., .It.. this yeah LEGION HOME
...'o... ..... ..... ,... WIII. 1'..... 1171 II feet, duunr* of till ..tINNI"" ..ft, ,.. FIN (, feet 'o n otatanm of 4UIS feat or DITCH CBNTE '1 : .I.. .., Mr. and Mrs Jessie Ortf f In en- : ESTABLISHED
of flora DyerAnd .......... fMit tnor* or leaa, .1 to Soutk. lino of L.I: th.nce .South. ( I \ ... .. BEING
lo all pereona hat ng or nlainpnreela .. boundary of aald,: Tract 1 Ikencanoutherlr I .I. lt'44 If tail: l feot .POINT 1111 II tru It. dinntf The Jensen Bench A

... .,. .. II'''', ,........ ....... ...... along, aad. Cut bouni.ary .. ,., "UT.N'D' : 8T.. 0,BEINNINO. aavlng ] Oloept- :. :1. .... 'ri PARCEL SOTkal fat f.1 Mr A. isUbmt.nl
,... .. ..10.. II.. .. .. OIl .h_ '....1. 14.II feet. more or leaa. to point : LF ,.. .. bO''. .. 'o' teglon post Is
of land In Martin County' thkk ..... of beginning' : .aid parcel of .landconla T. .., Lo. of eo..I.. ... .. ...0" .. .I. ..rl o .'.1.I portion. afA Brownfee. Mrs. Ortfflns fatherB home In old d-pot I J""
hi.. .. ... lnalud.d .1 ..._ .. tract Beginning, at t
1 la Ih.l p.ntk .nlng, I tl acre, a>*r* or .... B.h.h' '. of H.o.G. .. Norlkraatcorner celebrated his 74th birthday. R
Ii ...,. R.... N.. a. 110,11.. ..... 1'........ ... I. T..h... PARCEL .I-A of ..Wof BKH. of Florida tut.
1111. .. Ioo..od. ..", .,od ... .10.... PARCEL 4. R.. '1 1:... "hi'. I B'h.' P Acn HDIJ lion .Townaklp, II South. ... M. Fred Brownlee and son, they
.. B...* Ruad Jlp.rlnviilf .., .10. I' .1.. .' '11'.110'.... DITI LIFT STATION IIII 41 aad rna lit feet .. had. dinner Mr which .
I .., map .lk.ruf on f.,k In tkflaw .ff''.. That portion. ofTrade ,.. ...,.... ..nl.II..1 La IATIO I. Eaal boundary of NWU of SlUof ; Jo Aee, wit now Is In progress to mbuilding
J of "Florid, and .ho..n baf ...10' 1. I and 1 I I. Blockirrordlng 01 That part af Let I af CtoeaaoiBundlvlaloa Bald Brallo* I to Northraat .nd MJ Jessli Griffin .,. lultable for t
1 ,Ik* C1rk of .Ik. I 'Irtult toart I. ... to plot of 81. L.... Co ._ .. ..W... II.., ...IdL. I I. I''4 *f *..... .1 ..... I.t corner of .: SKWIh.nce Mr. and Mr*. W.'B. Amid of td,
far Martin, Counly "'Ioro.., and dicrlbdIn Inlet. h.... reeordrd In I'la.Book .. p'' U.." .' .. Lot 4. Bonlo* II. Town, ... -, 01Glo. Wrat ol ing tendenclei of
I tho pl.tan. flld ,I. th* ._. .ntllkdnu '' 1 .. .... .. .1 .,. r..II. I'" ,... .fo B."'.1 ahp. tl Beoth. Rang* 41 Eaatarordlng '. ...1.101 o,. ._. ninarl.Anal,* M'\, South Stuart clb.t their Ot and for loclttl tat rr
< >* an Ik* Intk .., .f Aiwuit. A. D KeeOrd.florid. .. ., Po''" 8.... Co...,. _... ., "' Lo. t* plat raaordod m .., .. Wratorly. af aaldiad wedding clples
l..7. ky Martin, Laumy pollllenl' aublllan *. .. "'1" '" 0 I. ,..0... Pint Book 'It. Pnga II, PnliaBeack '1 ... _... .. to North Boundary.af IW (, mental quarters.ANIONA .
... of .Ik* Hilt* of ..."... .. .1. 1..10... .K.. .... County Publl* Roaorda ,. _. ,. .. .U of raid Bratloa. It thence .he home of tel daughter, Mr*. -
...,... ,GO. .... .... .1 .. ....... I" ..t laat: af Galnea Highway aadIn ... "'. ..,... 0.1... which" lira wHhla" It feet rack C." I. wklck. 11411 fret .,... North J. k -King, .
.. ........ ,. ...". ....d ... hl.k.or ",'10'' t* feet of tka aureer line 0'II. "1.\ ,... .,...... We of th* followlag dracrlbcdenlarunai .. .. '. ". aid. W .. .iry af SIH of IWU and Bob Snd. tESIBENT
.u...... .10. ..1. .....,. of 10... .11.. .... Road 71 (formerlg" Bute Koad .. t. Po.. tII. PO'NT' tko following deairlWd aoatrr.nt to point if k. Juesttt wen U MIDI SETT I ,
.1., .lylni, and bln' In Martin to..". "" 80..... ..... "'1.. .k. W... 0,BEGNNIIG.. .... ... "0'e. .I o.81 Nonhra.t 1/10 family only Those present w TlUS ffarrangsments
Florida, and aicr* particularly d.'ho.' .... II .... .1 .... '"" of H'" ... I. .". ... 8.1. .M. .. of ...L I ., ,; of Lot II accordin' .. and daughter-in-law. Ml setting of preW,
.. loll... : T..... I. I ... b''" Eoo' ., ..- ". U'" feet: ,.. .. W.... .. g point IIII feet '.1.1 h._ ion with only B '
........ n.hI 0' .., of ..''d .,... alee. ,.aald, r.. ..B UO.n. Booth comer. of aaM Lot 4 *o* n* Booth ,... ..I .. .. and O a Arnold, Fort audM
'. PARCEL Ila II... II. ... C..loI.. .. ..... II .. Eaat. f.i tkencei 14 Waal .feet, Cutalalag I.. ., ... ... 1'1.' ... .... .. ".1... of M and mediate, f.mll In ;
..... or 1. .. ... ...man* W.''.6,_, .... 11- ( _... .. ; dauchtr' IDb. ei
) Tkat pan Ion of 10M..ASlCa _...,. .W..t.1.. ...1. .I. 01rOIN. Ilor. law, Mr. M V.X. B.rba In. oWJ<
.. .. ....i or .. .. ALSO. 11 PARCEL U Ir BGINII"O: ._ !If' No .1... ..., grantedFib. ,a Stw.r Mellon
t That .. af NVt' *f .re.mmaalLai .. keldaU. In .dulht 1 Mr. B.tc Fort P *
Lola It 'to II lnrli.l.* of Block. Th.. _u.. ., (.1, DITCH AND STATION d SoeHok la. TawnakipII ... ... I'..,.: IIli:: 0: Do. I.w. Mr Mrs. Lat* Ray Meltn. of

t.' I. Mrordlai. to plat of Trop!..l lCrtr T.... 10 ..... II _d''.. .101.tl.ITkt L.F Boatk. 1 EaL doaariked ,-. -....... .... I .,. "O, .. 'I' I. Kobe a;: daughter A award Traub, J.I
g kdl>llon. r>*ordd In fl.1Rook .... 0' I', L... In''" part of Lot I of anld Com. ra :i iBegl _. 01 1 a 8 t B. j
it.. I at pnn >t uf Ik* PnblKRcorda ......... .. PI.. ...... I.' .. .,laaloaera BubdlrkHoa, whlck" lice -I ..... .. n-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. A 1. M. and '
of Mutln Loanty. Floilylni .. of n. r.bH..._.... 0 .1..1.II. within IS fort each aide of Ik* .* at J" of tld oornmeil .. P Aa, r. "I "' .,_ a daughter-in-law Mr*, exchanged lo
'J ..,. Cou..,. .....1... following, re.terllnr.Conmrnce 4 ma Monk' ..' .' I. Aona
/' IIII" Eaat II.1 feetl tkene. .... I.. o Arnold, ol Stuart, grandchild* a ceremony ,

.: wltkln It lrt cark >'ld* nfIk It.. .....1. .. 'oat '_k .... .f on tk* Wal H.. of aaldI hu.'_ DII. LIF 1..101 .1 I... .... .Io.. 'to. _.. ren Robert Hurst and Jian Arnold. th pastorium of th* wes S
....., line of Dial* Road II .10. ......, It.. ., It... .... ,. I Point NartkI ... need tk* Northooet kielnik .I '" ...1..,.. t
Ifurm.rry But* Road '01.) h>rtlon. '.......,' ..... -... t: I'I': ; I radlaa, '11 II feel toy n die. A a*, fcUaneat ... -rl Hob* Bound, Bath Bunt, Baptist Church wltl\JRugus
..... an. ..... ..... of .... ..... ..,.. ....., ., I ......... _. .. .. ..1<: ... ..... of 1141 feri .. Boatk .. and .*M.. 1 .... .... .... '. Wist Beach.. and Mrs.J Hlggenbotham
I.... '- .ide .. .... s.." ..d .. .. ...,..... .. .ho .... ...... I fool rB* af N> of Oovernmont Lot | Tko* part of Lot 4 of OUa.ee>'a .,., ...... hm M.
... 1 ,.... .... .. ... JI...,. ... ., .... T_. ...... N..I., ,I. E.v 11..* t* thence _...o,1.. Watt III.II S.bdl.lelea, H Sertm* II Tow 1'1'. ..... 1. 1 1'1. C. J Kenda Mr. and .
.... ........ E..' lor .10. Eo.. 110.'. lI'n',." .... 111.1 ,.., Weal knrlng radio, of fort to foal loiterly iblp, II South. Range 41 Eoataoeorilng 1'1.' .. .,' .10.11' .. i ; Cor*. I I. bride lovely dr I J[
,_. .. .0. of tal. ....., ..._ .. .1.1 tram IW, at .. .., ... ,
'f .1I '" I... .. N. '" PMP 01 .IdT. feet i Ihwno Northerly' along comer aa4 to pUt rerarded la H.. .... .,.. Te
'. ... ...... W..I ., ..... .... tk._ ... 8 .. ...n..... aald earn 1111.tl feet lo Paint '' Book nnga IS, Palm Brack .. .' .. ,,0.1.Mr; and J. A. Tuck acqua ga"-,dl' al!
...... ,... ... ....... .. ...., ; ... .. 1" .. *
I. '" too. ..... ..1<1 ... ... C tko PINT OF BEGINNING! t." of01 "lj. lecorda whlck liraw4tk4 .. .. great-granildaughUr Joy accessories
I' ... NorlkwMIM'lyporllo ... ..I.. 111." ,..t: .... ............" tke.ee ''I'11'... 111 II ..* a.4 111 feet dli.tkorefrom ._ fral _I fde ef t 1. ..... white
\t' ...... of ..1.... ,_ ... .... ..... ....... .. \loa _.. foal! alao ran Booth for n dliunea ef ." lolkawlni draerlbod' .MnvatUnai.Cemaioara .. ...Pi 0 .of .II.'.. Oatt Johnson. Kendall. It was tutaroses on : v-

....... _n.... .....,.,.. ..,. .." h.,.. '.. of "" ,1'11. Eaat. 17.II feetl, .... feet t Woat Hna) af GovernmentLot _... ..,.. of _., regretted that O. 8 Arnold, Jr M
t ..... ..... .. .... ...1..... of .10.. ,.... ........ .. '''.1' ,... *. If Ita.. '6,.Iraaroadway tkono* Nortk I'll II. EaalIII ft 1114 foatSoatb anted to Plot look I C. lloMh. ground, was '
hiehideal In .10. ..IoU.. .. 'ho ".... h.....'. ., ...101Tre. and .00..1.. ... *arBMK 14 feet tPOiHT OP BEGIN. lll r. ramar of B.hlU, _.. *f Pah7 Brack a grandson, was uble' t .. Bettjr Prleit I
'l Slat:* Rood 111lylnt .. .I ...... ....... "" 10"W. ar .kea. ALO. NINO' e.vtag *ad *>a pllag. O.UI. aol* Lol 4 a It'll tl"Wrat ... f nd .it would b" tha Popajohn _l
... ..... H.... _... Ing roadwoiaoalalalog La..kerita aoearlko4II III. II .South lit:1.Went alea* aoid etreet Id 8hapr
..) Th" _u.. .J II" 1M'" .. ....._.1' ,., DITCH IIOBT AND Ltrr STATION I. aoroa. ..- II Wrat ....feat .* POINT' 111 14 fnrtl Uc.ra North. 4111. :p wnlly Cwtnpletiv Mi Pea t I
Loto I' .. If '..Iu.,... of III..., ....... -.. .. '" ..... IIII IT. 01 BKOINMINOl tkrara Sonlh Wral II fed| tkenra Sealk ::: I Inner wss awrnd In the Bv-
I .' IM of Trot ." ...,.. ...,.. of 111t.. That part. ac L I anal II afI P Acn 1.4 int" Wrat III larti. tknerNortk jiltWrat All decoraUoB pink wit whit
I : :Ioo"i .:-.i:: : ,.... .,.... of II'.II ,... .. .....,.. '.10. ._.._ It'll IIWeal la footCoBUlnhhC Sawtk dl ;'m fdmi *: and her buquet w.m1U-
I.. .Ia. DITCH BlflBrf llPt '.1' la**. paint *l : white After
I; wllkliIk ,. .. ,... .... .,.. of r=4' .::i .J :::' :: :: Pan II. .M. ., C.Pl..P..II.. till IIII .O Und aoalalnlog '-: 'everyone retired :ored ri

....*. H.. of BI.'. .... ... Record* nnd tkat part _.. Tkat port of NU "T : ,A I..r..L : : t t l.w srlej.d ; ,
'i.'h :::; r.: :: Lot BraMo II. 1 had happy : (
I l>*. loallon |ag.. and klna "'" Io ... .. of Ceomleelonan ..I.I. .. ufKanao I = a :ll yajor'
., < .tend la.1t f_ .... at M tk. d a.d III 41 f**< wld. atIke Banuaa H laat neelrdlo. wrlhht t rack l chdo' .1 te wd
'i Morlk. ead. keaaaed Baal k] to plt. rocorded In Plat Book 1Pag fellowln (rateiBkolBagla Bkaak 44 14 Farm* Hurl 4t rea* WTkat JJ 1 family Per *"
.t ,
t I tk* Eaal koandar* Mttd l> Ph* Seak Coonlf a kdl Ulon ha Hanjo* Grant, poetlo* *f tb* loath 111.|| Smyrna snrprtoedhe dinner
i Bloik and kooaded Weal kya piblla Recorda wklck He* vltklnM .Na* f Orrkvnt Tawnakat I* (oitk. Bug* 41 frat of Ik. North III f hot of :: in View Inn. After return f,
aan* HIT teat In ....tII. e*.. feel of Ik* following. draarlkd L 4 petal II feet Nartk *f Bolt aoaordm* t plal. raaardodIn Goeornm**! Ik Benlon I family visit the (

.... ta ... NrUweolerl,. *nd .... ) *nMBrBBM raanar MVb a* Oawraanl > PUI keek I.= II Paknnofi JowMkn. :atr Mrs. Altmap Is .nleci trip M. ad )*
feet tka Lot ra* Morth Id II Cowaky at, brag] t- Ik Jj
log rndkn of 1711 > AmoM. will .Miai) t
.. _.._. Seat II 4 Uir Bnal .
BolnlalM 'h. of \ ( nwrl 1:
kind korai daaarlkod e .J! *
1 I W
'M _, Mia R th H-rst Palm mints af tb*
fit. *BM, ejwro a* Kg*. *Mloalfl ... ., ._ .Ii. .


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I CIAL NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART New MRS.Items office MARY for this before HARTMAN caper Boon must on ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper. ,,"', n ntl I

Horn Tel.phop.W Office Pbont'Jfl: I p

\ Aldrtdgt of Cleveland, Mr. and Mn Garland Eden- Mrs. 1. U Cpleman new sec- Commission at Oak Ridge, nehan, secretary of the bowed of

t wu stationed at Witham field and three children returned Gunsolus-Ricou Wedding BOWIE-WRIGHT retary of the Cora Stlckney Har- Full Information la Tenn.1 Civil Service examiners, at" the j 1 I
during the war, la ..pendweek' II per Chapter of the CAR attended through Mrs. Gertrude S. Stuart Post Office. I
j last week from KeystoneHelghts I
vacation I to Stuart a chapter executive meet-

[cst of Mr. and Mr.*. Ernest summer resort neat Held Monday at Civic Center NUPTIALS HELD Ing in Fort Pierce 'Tut(day. -----.--- --- --- -_==:::":" ) .;

Since nil discharge aaj Starke, where 'they spent the + :
d ensign he hu been at. wives AND / yI}

19 college and will return I three summer months In their Speaking their) vows In a whore she was graduated\ from LAST HomeDemonstration ii" ) !*

Y buol next Monday. trailer I double ring ceremony before the the Jackson Memorial Hospital THURSDAY I le5T Tn./.e/ .ea.
Rev. R. Fenton Chee-
M. Miss
School of Nursing and where WHITI
Chee Rlcou and John Martin w'us M .
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL Gunsolas were united In mar- followed her profession. Miss Joan Wright, daughterof Notes .21. CM"VMM .
riage Sunday White gladioli Among those attending from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M Ii

J fHQTOSHOTOGRAPHS candles ferns and fishtail palms Miami were Mr. and Mrs George Wright became the bride of II By MISS LUCILE INSrf I ,,1
Thomas James Bowie, Jr. at 1.30p :
dfF. provided the background at St. ,
and and
Potter sons, Jerry
NflLL. HELP YOU MAKE THAT Mary's Episcopal Church for the m. last Thursday in West NOME DESIGNING \LANS-
Ouava. are In full owing at
George Miss Elaine Schwartz,
I J Palm Bach. The nuptials were
SALE < 1 after which the
p. ceremony the present time Be lure that MEC
ROMPT EFFICttNT Rlcous hosts at a Miss Marlon Lewis, Miss Dorothy performed at the parsonage by
F. SERVICE GUARANTEEDCDUTANT were recep- they don't waste aa they are
the Rev C. M. Cotton:; of HARY
William pastor
tion at the Civic Center. Ward Mr. and Mrs. much too valuable. Nature hu
Given In' marriage by her Hughan James OLeary, Hal the Methodist Church, using the given ui the guava just when oranges AT LOCATE 4 CKEENCEtS, RAIN
double Mr. and
tv father, Earl J, Rlcou, the bride Russell, Mr and Mrs. Frank ceremony are scarce to that we have
Mrs. William Mathers, aunt and
COMMERCIAL had for her matron-of-honor Holt, Mrs, Chaffee Scarborough, no break In our supply of vitamin
PHOTOGRAPHY uncle of the bride, were In at
e Mrs. Ransom TIlton of Jensen C. at least In Florida.
Chaffee, Jr, and Betty Ann, Mra.Dorothy tendance.
t rueger Bldg.,-PhoVf 24-Next T/Western Union Beach. Bridesmaids were Miss Any persona desiring some
Parker, Miss Ethic Lan- Dressed In agray gaberdine
Charlyne Webb of Camden Ark., very good guava recipes might "
suit with black accessories, the
and MM Values Parker of MIamI. don, Bob Landon and Dr. and call at the office of the home TILTOMS
bride carried bridal
a bouquetof
a Little Sandra Dehon and Jeans Mrs. James Merltt red demonstration ag:nt. r

DOORS OPEN Brock cousin of the bride, were West Palm Beach guests Included After sweetheart a few days roses.honeymoon The State home demonstration DRUG SUNDRIli

I IIII'II' n. Thru." Fri. 5i45 (lower girls and Jerry Potter of Dr. and Hrs. Frank Frailer In West Palm Beach the young office hu asked that this
Miami and Les Brock a cousin, area along with other counties SUN TAN OIL SIT
./ Sat &/Sun. 2:45: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frazier, couple returned to Stuart wherethey
a were ring bearers. In this section, work Intensivelyon
are making their home CANDIES T(
, Jr., and throe children, Mrs E

DAY ONLY -- THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER llth Ivan bst Ounsolus man for of his Minneapoliswas brother. Gregg and son, Dave, Miss Cor- with until,his completion parents on of East their 5th new St. An home attractive Improvement, and convenlnt this year .SODA 0/ ; I1

DOUBLE FEAT /E PROGRAM Dale Blpson; and Paul Young nelia Grant Mr. and Mri. Jack home on Palm Beach Rd. Both home and a well-kept yard SODAS ICE CR \
ushered. Dyer and daughter Miss Mary should be the aim of every fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Bowl are popular
Soloist Mn T. R. Chamberswas Katherine. Also present were member of the younger social ily In Florida Much satisfaction NEWSPAPERS 1 1
Y 004 Mrs, John Oldham and Mrs. Is derived from an attractive
accompanied on the organ set; having received their educations
by Mrs Charles Rue who also Andy Musselman of Fort Lau- at Martin County High home and such a place speaksfor ,
o"5 derdale and Mr. and Mrs. Jim He the family that live In It. It
0. played the wedding music. Mrs. School Is associated In business
Chambers sang "I Love You I Cross of Immokalee. with his father In the Stu- expresses Industry and profitable PRODUCTS"P;
its Truly," "At Dawning" and "Oh Dr. Frailer great-uncli ot the art Taxi &rvice.THOMAS pride on the part of the membersof
Dearest Love." bride provided the hundreds of I the family. Well-kept homes i iI I
I Influence others too to strive ii
gladioli used In the floral decoration EDWARD MAP I
Attired lit
a long-sleeved
harder to their home
] of the church which keep In
of white satin with sweetheartneck BORN IN FORT WORTH :
Daavo N embroidered with seed were arranged by Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mapp of trim.Many ,;
i JAIs Hoenshel at the Civic Cen- people visit our State
Fort Worth Texas, -have announced I I'
pearls the bride carried a white '
TZNaer I'' ter and in the arm bouquets andcorsage. the birth of a son each year and enjoy our natural ,
satin prayer book which Mid
beauty. They to will enjoy and '
H of the wedding parti
Thomas Edward Aug 28. He Is 'i
bouquet of tuberoses and an orchid -
1M be attracted:. clean, convenientand
by the *
What la
Q. mo
cipants. the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. ;
aEEE; y BENEOCtDOU % A seed pearl coronet held .
well-kept homes .In the
Er In place her fingertip Illusion After wedding trip to Miami I Edward Mapp of Stuart countryside. Went Palm f : J
4p1E1 EE the bridal couple will go to
NOIER, veil. She wore a single strand of --
Many Improvements well
CNALSO to make their home. maybe
Ills Minneapolis DES MEETS SEPT. 18 A. PARKING "
t J p-arls:: a gift from the groom. : Mr. Qunsolus will attend MedIcal The circle of the Order of made in the homes withoutthe I
Mrs Tilton chose pal green expenditure of a great deal
School at the of .
Eastern Star will meet Sept. 18 Q. What can be do ,
net over taffeta white accessories -, Minnesota and Mrs. Ounsolus of money It does take a desire,
at the home of Mrs M R. Cart-
and an arm bouquet of; strong enough, to Insure somethinking I
has accepted a position In surgery wright al tb Sunrls Apt. for t1. Let'LOU BRAN II ;
pink gladioli. Miss Webb and at the nterans' hospital an all-day sewing session A planning and actual in the cent jr ol ,
Miss Parker wore matching thers work It Is hoped that each home
I'alil ,
covered dish luncheon will be Went B
gown of pink and yellow ribbed demonstration club member,
served at noon. Members ,ble
are requested parking
taffeta with arm bouquets of along with others In Martin I
9410 PORTM 44' RO SON pink gladioli. The flower girls HOME FROM CAMP to bring-sewing kite. I, County, will decide upon some Q. How? /'''
; f
wore"matching taffeta frocks of' definite horn Improvement pro-
Mr and Mrs L. M. Johnson,
F IA- aqua and yellow with pink bouquets -' Twelve Catholic young people entertain at dinner Sunday for, ject for the year. A lot of fun A. Any one of ( and the little ring bearers and satisfaction ran come from
returned last week from Camp members of the bridal party of you to a i :
were dressed Id white linen suits Wingman where they attendedthe the Rlcou-Ounsolus party. The such an adveniure. Why don't DAY if Jl'u, fl": .

with bultonalres annual summer assembly of guests were the bride, Miss Cho!-' you try It? a wasl job. I I;
RIDAY & 'SAUJRDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 & 13 Mrs Rlcou chose shell pink the church, Aug. 25Sept5. The Chee Rlcou her parents, Mr, and Ir -4ion pflmh; '
crop; with white Juliet cap and pastor, the Rev. T. J. Ovary, Mrs. Earl Rlcou, her brother METALLURGIST NEEDED
IC DOUBLE ATURE WES RN PROGRAM white accsssorles. Her corsage Larry Volrah and Mrs. H. B. Earl Dyer Rlcou and the out-of- The board of Civil Service examiners : : 1

was of white galdloll, Rains took them over and the town bridesmaids. Miss Valerie for the Atomic Energy LOU B
At the reception Miss Myrtle pastor, Vollrath and Mrs. Ernest Parker of Miami and Miss Char- Commlslon has announced an

t I Dyer, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Rlcou brought them home lyne W'bb, of Camden Ark Mr*. open competitive unassembledCivil
Elizabeth; Oregg, West Palm Those attending wire Mollie Johnson was assisted! bjr Mrs, Service examination for West Pali '
1 1' I Beach a cousin, kept the, Rlcou counselor Victor and Law- Stanley Smith the position of metallurgist\ Sal- SIN LAIR 4
guest book. Mrs James Brock, rence Vollra.h, Johnand Val- i-".. '-%:** *" aries range from $3397 to $5- .1
'PARAMO IT p..M. an aunt and Miss .Cornelia erie Rains John Heaton. Bo and Ivan Qunsolus of Minneapolis 905 a yiai Applications from -
, Grant and Miss Mary Katherine Buster Wright Charles ;Clements Joined his brother John Martin qualified persons In this community -
GARY COOPS EAN ARTHUR Dyer, West Palm Beach cousins, John Rossbury, Donna OOnsolus,.here last week to at- are Invited. Persons appointed
PThePLAI served the wedding cake punch Thompson and Janet Perko. tend the Rlcou-Ounsolus wedding from this examinationwill
imp and refreshment course, pre- festivities over the week end I work with the Atomic En'rRYlIAWTHORNE

pared by Mrs, Oeorge Wilson of
jensen Beach : TUCKERARNOLDRITES \'\ "' ,,
LIST Rooms Apartments and Rents 'II /. ;
Mrs Ounsolus Is descended your 1/. i ;"" j
with ca..h, S f od JON"111o.,, from three pioneer families of Homes with us. ;, I

ii-No e ( a Di Stuart--the Rlcous, Dyers and REVEALED FULFORD I j ; it]

eta I razlers--and the 300 guests at ;
ALSO the reception included some 60 .taaf ecreafa

01111 out-of-town relatives l I and Mrs. Helen Arnold of Palm BUYING \ SELLING a DENTING ,:>---,.. + 4 ,,'. ... ...- tl .1
friends. here
Also were former
.. has announced "
City the marriage -
e ,, E MOVER classmates and friends of Miami of her daughter, Ramona PHOPlVnf MANAGEMENT "I'r: ::. 'r: :,
Wri Box No. 4 ,
Mew e 01SNOTS "Boots" Arnold, to James A.
Tucker of Stuart. The Weddingtook 35V JfoTIl\Coloralo I Avenue 'S" ,..... !
10 place Aug. 30 In Douglas F me 317 ,

San M/II W Ks a"SUN. Oa.The Stua Florida
a u1TV
young couple were accompanied 'i l i
to Douglas by Mr. .: II'' I
and Mrs T D. Christian of Jen- "''I

ON.SEPT. TUES. I WED. sen Beach who attended thnvllt .... '- \
I 15THs SEPT 161A 17TH the double ring ceremony at th>
Baptist parsonage. The pastor VENETIAN\BLINDS

In building tr new the Rev. Donna Hue, officiated.
The bride wore a sky blue ga-
home, Be, S/RE of berdine suit -with white accessories BUDGET TERMS .t

a and tarried an arm bouquet Our 7.e 0, ,N CUS OM BUILT Or S.w. QU.IIIH
FOUR, TORNERSTONESCOOl / of white sweetheart roses TRA o rrr P O
> After a four-day wedding trip VENETIAN! BkNDS YOUR WINDOW VENE BLINDS

In Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Tucker P s
CALL 225 !
LAN / t GOOD returned to Stuart and art mak-
ing their home in a newly purchased LEI ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES
TWo BIG littld '
PLANS, GOOD trailer at the Stuart Auto MEASURE loUR WINDOWS AND PfeU, YOU JUST thing

.j 4 CO/ISTRUC. Camp. Both are well-known here HOW EASY \r IS TO OWN QUA V TRASO BLINDS.
and were graduated from Mar
} I T /N, AND GOOD tin County High School. Ht was SEE HOW STATELY

/ A SURAiED a member of the 1943 class and lreser?s Any room attains new restrained Yo ftephone is so small you n hold it 10 1
CORNET NAUREEN w ] she of the 1947. H} is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Tucker Tour a richness dignity, you hand; so big It can carry yal Voice across
WILD and is employed by the Southern
O'HARAe MAPP' Immediately our Customized the orld.
Electric Company of Miami,
Venetian Blinds are
;, contractors for the Florida tight I
tit and stalled. The decorative effects -
Kind e/f Power Company. She is employed
To.rnlah you with the kind 0' telr one service
at the Stuart telephone not to mention the .
v18tS31 Ethlll Rt161C119111 InsuranceWAT office. "fo' I""ire, Southern Bell secures' the rest In tel. F//
added comfort and privacy -
IN TECHNICOLORI kin IM 1111 Phone 19 Arcade Y ph a equipment; from the Western I 'ctrio Com-
1 out of all
MR : Mr. and Mrs R. O. Judson had w are pro- Y
.. as their guests last week Au- portion to the modest Installation pen Its association with the Amel. Telephoned )

SOIftYl' NO MORE KIDDIE MATINEES .' '- thor and Mrs. Charles Eddy Fay cost. May we .legr'l'h Company provides n.tiwi.l... and 1;

_. of Lake Worth formerly of show you?
Woodbury Conn. wor wide long distance facilities an use 0' the

UFACTURING CO. .rsv Bell Laboratories for research .
R O am
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunscombj ML S of-0..... A_ urpoeea.Clclvaflro
of Fort Lauderdale were weef L uIo''"
i' end guests of his parents Mr. FORT P RCt FLORIDA
TM ... service ctIoaa with
plus eon
and Mn. Carrol Dunscombe at PHONE 225 P. O. BOX 1012 "ioth 1

their Bt Lucle_Estate home.DCOCK'i elt'l'bone Companies; tbrougbol the country

Hard Red toOrr> < siveJ guile it possible for Southern Dell to rve you atam

Vice .ent' aotice-) time,.n) ptar for)business;

For ExpertA, ( Cons Its West. Palm Beach Directory sir ie seen,t'uuel calls or lifeor.dest emergeacI .


D. F.yKEITH THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE I our t4opheine Is a big little tieLig enough
k '
FORT PIER/E* FLORIDA1AST I to Ivebairiereoftime: anddista )littleenough) ; t tto
III HOOKS to ago 00011"
a iril red lAd IlelgbLo 1a tom nuulty. .
I 1OPTICIANS -_...- ,.n your ,

COAST WAKR CONDlilONING COO N2 Clematis SU ..... '
oormo SHEET METAL j" i iERN

M SOUTH 4tk ST. {ONE 884 or 532-W Furniture; and .a OPTGMnalllTa'' HIATUiaVCNTILATDiaWATuraoorma
Furnishings CLEMATIS sad OLIV8 I

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J\i i i ui I I IIII I I IIIIII III ItIIII IIII IIIII I I Hampshire where th ,a remit of high Incomes where they visited Mrs. K.: L.Red fact that the guava 1* 10 times Miss Insoot! told.. 'the group that Clarence Feinauele kla
than officials f the iMenslon Krelder, Mrs
vitamin C content State
In Herbrp
EWS"i richer
1 JENSEN month, vacation.Mr Mrs Cart the last few yean, farm dish Eason of and that the guava Service hm'''k'd! this area to Mrs, Cadwi, Mrs
I "I and In every pan of the nation Mr and Mrs Carroll orange Crews, Mrs, Julia Lukh
I sons, BUly and prepaid to Invert record Hollywood and Mr. and Mr. A: conx on the 'Florida market- : concentrate erf home' Improve- VRbhs and
H-! [ By Monday'from and In general farm Im ... Reddish were, Sunday Visitors just a* oranges are cal'OotlU1d ment this year 'She asked each visitors, Mrs I
{ '. iiiiili thy: have been ,* laid .B. y.i
F. Oilman
of Mr, and Mn Lester Reddish of quality' Her demonstration person present to decide on at and Mn. L
poor Juluugs
; : and Mrs Lennard Hayes! for Mrs.the Marion past three Senake of the council real- Mn, Mary Durrance Is the for the day was a guava least one Improvement they wantto Mr*. Cadweil also veee
ti. committee
I \\ t\\ returned from a vacation last week from New Tropical Farms" school bus driver upside-down-cake and a guava make during the year in their The next mt tbrg.ab
1 she spent the punch, both of which; the women home. home of MmMr It my Crra
i. to Kansas. this year Those attending were Mrs, *. Julia
I Mr. and Mri. Harry NEWS OF voted> delicious.* Lane y n,
*. Lena Jones returned: Mrs James Q McRae and .
)' from Sump!tor. 8 C, St Paris, Ohio were grandson, Duncan of Atlanta,:
,f Mr and Mn L. D. FarmsBy
il II she has been visiting re- recently are visiting her daughter and
,. I I Mn Ernest Rlcou MRS. JOB SAWTELL son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs W E.: You Go ,
'lf'i' ;
Walton of West Ernie, dinner Williams of St Lttcle Inlet Everywhere .,'
; Beach spent the week with Mr. and Mr. A, Taube Farms for 10 days.Mr ,
X "ot"j and Mr. C. B. Nouns, Mr. and Mn Henry Cabre' of
I i and Mrs L D. McEIfresh: '
1'1 : DayMr J31sworth: Welgte and Stuart were dinner guests last
Ilea Paxton of
family Barbara, of Fellsmere Friday of Mr. and Mrs.. W. E.Williams You
and Mrs 0 U. Barth and the week end guest Everything Do
Mr and Mn William Man- ,
If, J r Bobby, have returned to Mrs. R 8. RobertwnMr and daughter Mary Ellen, of -----l-A ,
"' L+, f home In Rio from West Jo Kllng spent were Sunday guests of I'
\ ., where they 'spent the In Miami last work and Mrs. Carl Roth and
demonstration school Sara. Palm City Club
> Justice of Danla spent Bendix washer. and Mn E. t:. Van ficoy :
I j" i with Mr. and Mrs Joe Mrs. Marlon Senske West Palm Beach were the EAR
fit fitI '
r'I I .ti 1 I aId Gideon made a night dinner! guest i Is ReorganizedThe
;. i Elizabeth Robertson re- to Memphis last week. George 1. Backu at her
s Ni I ,, Monday from Lakeland Mrs. E. J. Ward the Backu Plantation 411\
I r''i I I I ,: 1 .lw has been the guest her bridge club at and Mrs Jack Smouse Palm City Home Demonstration [
't' Mr. and Mn. George Case Tu:*daj afternoon. Prlettman and Mr and Club held Its reorganisation -
1 I r" and Mrs. R B Spinney prizes were won by Carl Roth and daughter, /meeting In Palm City ? I-A I
: : Sunday from New and Mrs T, R. Malted Jupiter Inlet Labor Monday New officers elected (
'i I Betty Alderman wars Mn Paul DeVllblss, presi-
; solation. Others aces Cowdry of West B. Cadwell vlc-
dent Mrs O
: '
[ : ; J Mrs. Lewis, Gamble Beach was the week-end president and Mrs. Henry Crews, the beauty brassiere
: : FUG TEnd GREENLEES Hertel Mrs. C H. .of. her mother, Mrs. H. N secretary-treasurer Appointment r
: R. 8. Robertson and of chairman will be
.."s.It. I\\ .. John Heaton .. Alfreda Hogarth her mo- announced group\! the Oct. 8 meeting by Maria
; ':,, [Engineering, Surveying, Blue Prints from Ocala where he Mrs El A..rugs and Mrs .
,t I ': bay camp for two Roth arid daughter, Sara Mn. George Smith was elected
I ft"" Mrs H. W Munch the musical presented to a council training meeting to DI.A'Ie the brassiere" ,
'I: ; /7:, Estimate Submitted On Request Martin County High School to lift "a.p
'\" ,' 1 1j .1 1 guests Monday Mr be held In Cocoa Sept 28 and 27
choir of the 8t. Monica lots and .
Dave brsulji Tit
j .; '! ..11 \ 303E.Jlh) St. \ Stuart Fl*. Harry, of Pahokei the Stuart Church Training and the faculty School Miss with Lucie Mrs. Insco Cadwell!, Martin as alternate.County patented round and Gill duutliItltchlnf

\\1 \ J. R. Enochs of Hockey demonstration agent leada L
3 .
1't: i'\'t' ;j PHO 311I Mr. and Mrs J. L Hobson Reddish and two dlscuslson on guavas which en the cup gives adds
Deerfleld were guests Dale and 'Dean was the general topic of them support for sports and cI..Io"! l
r Mrs. Norris Ttlton etJnc. She brought out the .
I Mrs W L. MOW"j wear. There a III A for ewj
JI'1\ 1
and Mrs Floyd
I I"" ,t I of Belle Glade last Wed occasion from laver isle! drni q

I' \ PAYROll '., tunes,. .-
) a Ionj- firing telly
i.. 'h,' -WE; DO n OWN and Mrs Bob Scurry and I broadcloth for everyday) Sktkk-
Joyce Elaine, of Ply
l' 1 CUT WILL Pa., are visiting at the I It ed, our, cotton bruadi lnh In UtBtop

1 /'fl/a//t of Mrs Sourryi mother, bra /svsJdl (average size' u thteenly. {
; r ENORAVINOLLI K W Simmons. I 'r ie y ver. 4 -
U Lee who has been ridi / .
>' $2,000,000, at the home of her daughter,
) B:A.Burton, left for Moore .
f. I Sept. S. I
Tallahassee, Sept : and Mrs. C C. Hoffman "n
ployers covered: by Okeechobee were visitors of I

'j ;', h:' IMPORTED t2-/ STUME JEWELRY ,I Law Unemployment will save *2.000. .H.and W.Mn Simmons WlUlam Tuesday Oallan-, srv Sizes 32 to 3

j Arcade Stuart, Fla, reduced rate In who bought the Shaw place
Victor/ |
t"" taxes for the last the Arundel Shops have
Price $ .50 A and B Cu $3.00 C Cup
I of 1947, Carl B. Smith wonderful Improvements. In % :
A watt is
repair rejrher*
I' ', of th-9 Florida property k '
o mission said todaY. Sutton! who has been a dependable Ife keeper Exclusive 6t ;,
: 'i'I and is gjL-an Fd as such ?
I I Notices are at the homes of Mr. and
\ : Waterfront! PropertiesAlong mailed to B.573 J. B Sauvage and Mr. and without aw Jfitflotionwhatsoe \
;. I-tire eligible for a I Lawton Wall left Sunday
I the Indian and St. Lu<* rlveff and Kobe Sound. ed rate, which was his home In Orlando. 'Prices /
I and Mrs. Lester Reddish ReaSTUAR The Style Jp/zop
1 Ocean Pr se e by the commission ...
Fred and
I by thj Legislature children, Fay ESHOP
I j 1 1I session The savings to have returned from a
In Jacksonville. They
1 firma will range from Inc.'A Ough ratio Bui ins
Mr and Mn Robert Be. 243 OSCE/3LA
I it thousand on I :
uart, ha, '
fi' Mrs.
r t f third and fourth : From there Mr. and
I I, q went to .
ri Jesaup
Gas jI'm .
The .
I quarters. new I ----- .... -- -
i *',, a t 2l rate Is .1 per cent

1/ I. the Savings old minimum to Florida .. .I
I due to the revision

l t i ;, r 000 tion ments! a rates calendar will and year. ""REDW"' to take up that ""Rain Check}, now!

.+ t One-half of the ,
era presently ., ''', I
:44 Ing employment taxes under the those wonderful thing you haven't your appliance d aJe DOW U a rising tide

are not yet eligible ._ been able lo gef-thoee; work aving, lirelie'. all set lo help i4 bring your eltf trie

rate liable since for a they. % C easing electric "helpers" you promised "line-up" up toy/Ate./ See him today-ami,

'I"I ,i .1.1"I time to permit the "yourself for after the war arc reaching get set lor after Living-Electrically: : t tAll
rate reduction '
"I %
1 \ Chicago Sept. .
: growth Is the goal of
tory, and youth
I taught that more
j t\ president: Harry
i \ wrote recently in a '
', i hrtnKnlcwK
dorslng: Religious
I' 1 I'I We-k, which will be ,

I : hundreds thousands of ot.
1 1I
; I 'A I ZI churches throughout ><
States and Canada
I : ; I through Oct S.

I s I", ,1 I II i I LEAVES--TO---BE- WAINeAIle/ % I!.

: j '\. j jI Jacksonville, Sept n+t '1 1ueNl
I O T. Armltage 9x l'
I of Marine recruiting '
I( I LUUngs of Imprnfcd Unimproved Properties announced today I'f f
i I I Throu bout Mrtln County S abolished.'pt. 30 \rminal 't


5 I Sewall Folit River b-Klrer properties HEAVY "
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i Jupiter Islanl Oceansued Estate SlUe FOR NEW FARM nweoeeAmn ,lKf \ .i

: '.1.1I Farm families ".:;,, ...' :'
County will spend
I J"" d ,,1, ', C. B. \ R OGAST $140000 for new f
: next there to flva afeorno t
I P "! \ \, Steal Ea&ata WATERFRONT PERTIE6 1118111'uceIll' Ing to a forecast !
1 Tile Council of e t<

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