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 18, 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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Sport Society Editorial } ACULArl 00 S IS GUARANTEED

Local News.. AP New Picturea' 4 CIRCULATION.


of An American Community Dedicated; to Ida American Way of Life

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ounty Revives from Storm;, Loss May Hit $500,000STUART

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L.egislativeMeasures Ratified SUCCUMBS AT 72 IMANY's'sisT Power, Phones HOBE SOUND


m Special Referendum Here TuesdayIBMMAN J

Here Gradually


3 I Hurricane SPECIAL BEACH I For somewhat 1 1.xa than half ---- .
Sidelights Hundred Find Shelter in th customers of CompLy & No Injuries, I Deaths Reported .
Court Houte, Power and Light In
School Reopen
rr Y BOARDSE -------- I Schoofi this area power was restored at I ''to
U 8 Weather Observer John numerous tree down and ripped BODIES PLAN 11:38: last after beln, off Monday i

N. Mann. who went on 24-hour area of roofing All relief agencies and many U hours and WmInutes. "

E ABOLISHED duty starting Tuesday night Individual cooperat spil:ndd| Thc office of Manager John to Martin normal 04f-itv hvinir-today! t turned at back the ;

through the storm, reported 8V4 Tropical farms suffered heavy MIAMI SESSIONRequest ly In the efforts to provide safe M. Law reported. this morning last Vestiges of the three- !,
inches of water damage, and 'although shelter and emergency feeding that cr!w* are at work In many :
rain fell here
during most residences. escap-d with during the storm, according to localities today gradually In- day siege of1 hurricane winds !'
>licily Tax Hiked as Wednesday and Thursday. The minor damage the ;: Carroll chairman ot with and rain fadtd with the : .
|Storm Hold Vote lowest point reached on the barometer Ouy Boyd PIfor Martin Dunscombe, cr.axing percentage restored ,
Total 327 was 29.32 inches at 1 home was demolished it wa re- County Bridge* at First the disaster comml'.tee of the power. but normalcy was brlirht morning mm I 1J
to m Wednesday. Mann laid p ported tada y. The Scott Farm at Meeting: I I Martin County chapter_of the not expecetd to be effected fors There wen no reports of ln-' ,
the east approach to the South I American Red Cross, The hospital veral days. Juries or deaths attrlbuU/e to ''I I
til three 1947 legislative --- Fork bridle 1 Is under wa1sl-deoep. A meeting of the special physicians and nurses and What power was restored WIIS' the storm 1UT .
relating to the City of Ingenuity wa* displayed In water Martin County Beach Miss Flora Stanley, county and being tranimltt through the !1 summons 0Ulrh; : 7rtthpZ:: i j ,

art to which referendumse unusual ways Vernon Chaaon -- Bridge with H. B. Fultz, 4th | school nurse were' all Standing north 'ranhtnlsfilon station but ment Howcv. damage! estimates <'
attached gained popu hooked up a motorbike motor to Martin County law enforce- district member of the State J. 0 ANTHONY 1 by to serve needed, tie reported there was no Indication of how ; ranged as high as $500.000 t i .
his electric gas pump and was ment officer were proud of the Road board of I II although In lew srlou
1 approval in the special Department Scion the southern station I would I case was '
} election here Tuesday. doing a land office business In fact that no looting or other directors Miami Is expected II Sheriff O M. Hancock, assisted I be back In operation loss reported The general feel i ''

ho measure calling for aboil-' Col.gasoline Thursday morning Jack malfeasants In connection with before Oct. 1, it was announced J.C.J ANTHONYFUNERAL by deputt N. F Chase and The power WIt cut off voluntarily ing her ts reported one of I i I
man, Texaco dealer, provided exposed R. O and S W. thankfuln- that the blow l'I
I of the Park Board and the property was reported Monday by ArthurM Sharpe Jailer at 5:41: Wednesday morn- waano "
(ing over of Its duties to the filling service care during from his the big storm truck by during or after the storm period. Dehon, serving as spokesman 1 Jones In cooperation with other Ing for fear of accld nt* from! worse and that damage was ''j 'i .
Commission wa approved for the seven-mangroup IS SET county and city officials opened falling !linesTelephon : considerably; less than orfcinally
tank The Tllton Jensen
/ boy at Commodore Stanley Kltchlng I the County court house and jail \ : was expected a* the storm approached '
liaise. I e e?rvlce which I
Beach rigged up an auxiliary reported a freak of the storm: a* disaster shelter Approximately I Tuesday i
The committee held Its first
a question of whether ton motor to the freezing machineIn a flimsy; canvas chair on his lawn salon at Dehon office last I 1,500 person wera housed dipped far below 50 percent locally I Jensen Beach was struck aa '4 t I
SUNDAY AT 3 I Wednesday gradually was
the present three-man their drugstore and tared a stayed unmoved during the blow and fed here during the >mer hard as any community State 1 J'' II.
Thursday night
Attending were
form of Coirrnmen being rstored today. A major
mission quantity of Ice cream. which sent far heavier objects I gency. I Road AlA was left Impassabl j
It by a five Lane Jennings. E: J. Ward aVId Ity of tel:phone In the city went '
pIIICt -man "
through the air. Mrs. M. R. Patsy McCord through the town by many fallen
was dccld':d by ,a, 49-vote The George Wilsons of the Harry Hoke of Jensen Beach, Veteran Grocer Die Wednesday supervised the court house and out of ord.r! 'tIrsdllYlIght and Lines and huge washouts In the
Dehon Zack
vln when 182 voters Indlcat- Jensen Beach Snack Shop returned Australian pines, which have Mosley and A. P. Had Lived I was on duty for 48 hours continuously Wednesday and only a few had I' recently resurfaced road. All
of Attorney ,
"BerlKrueger Stuart.
lavor for the five-man form to their oceanfront home no tap roots, went down by the without rest Mrs S I been restored by this morning docks there were hit hard and
Here 23 Year
I list 133 In favor of the pre. Thursday morning find their scores along the St Lucia! aqd Evan Crary, H. McRae I W. Jones supervised the Jail and I Long distance service was vir- demolished In most Instances
Saunders of Indlantown and
setup mother cocker spaniel and seven Indian River waterfront which took care of feeding the evaI ually non-existent. All contact' but the Jenpen Beach bridge to
lie closest contest wa the babies doing fine after the storm were badly. eroded by the blow. Emerson Cook of W'st Palm The community will pay final I I cg. e.. She was assisted by Mrs. I south of the Stuart city limit I'I'I the ocean was left nearly loo
tlon of Incr aslng the put. ......- Beach honor to J. C. Anthony{ Sr.. 72. I I Hobby Savage!!' ; Mrs Arthur was lost Wedn:sday and had not per cent Intact and open to
b mlllage which 155 voters Part of the protective boarding Train were halted at Stuart Saund'rs was elected chairman at funeral service set for 3 p. m. ,I Rouse Mrs.. Elmrr Padgett, Mr. I be'n stored yet this morning i traffic a* ..arly.. Thursday
bred as against 149 who opId on the front windows of the Sunrise railroad bridge a* the wind and Dehon wa chosen Sunday at th,< First Baptist J. Barton and Mr. i. T. Yates, It was reported However Culls!, morning. The or fan rand southof
It The: act was sponsored Inn were ripped off but not lash-d waves over the structure. secretary-tr!asurer. Crary Is Church. The plon-er merchantand I all of whom volunteered( th'ir I could be mad, to Fort Pierce and I Wilson Knack; : Shop was reported
he City Commission to boos a pano facing the water there Early order that a pedestrian serving a* legal adviser although church worker died at Mar I service I Vero Beach and for cases of EX. !, block.'d less than a mile
I tax H mill to a 1-miu total was track.d. walk the bridge before each not a member ot the committee tin County Hospital at 5:20: Wed- I Mrs. Ralph Powell with the I treme err:'rg,ncy a single !line south of the shop by washouts. H
facilitate proper advertise- train were canceled when It was and Cook represented. his firm nesday afternoon during the help of school officials, opened had been' opened to Orlando I and washed sand \and vegetal ? I II
t of the city I reported that It was Imposslbls which ha -retained by tin height of the ttorm Stricken a shelter at th" Martin County I Jacksonville and Atlanta It was Ion

i ly 327 qualm elector took water Frazier was Creek nearly rose touching so much the for a person to walk the bridg County 'Comml lon as fiscal two w:eks ago, his conditon i I High I School and f.!d and housed stilt?d, I The exclusive resort Section at

kmtage of the balloting out rear of the Sailsport Restaurant: Trains then were ordered to pro- agent for financing the propos rapidly; worsen!:d and he had 75 person Including one six-day- Operators wee on duty; con Jupiter bland Hobo! Sound, 19
38 who were registered Afix while the boats tied at Plttmani ced at 3 mile an hour. ed East!: 4th St. bridge to the ben at the hospital since Sept.I old Infant Mr*. Wanda Sarver tinuously at the telephone office I miles south of here treled und -
oceanfront. and Mrs J. c, Coleman gavevaluable h' the storm although r the
higher turnout of the re Dock were floating on the level 8. re during savage fury of pounding
(ration was expected by city of V. 8. 1. One prankster hung a' gasoline The committee Instructed Ths Rev Phil Maxwell will officiate -I assistance at this center the heavy volume of calls 8!as' Arthur Sims: Hobe8oundCommUMMipr 1 4 1,
laIa, but the approach of the I lant:rn on the light wires Mosley; and Cook to S'cure plant at the funeral ,services,j had entered w.re sharply llpuVd by told The New
Icans that afternoon., held Th hurricane flteraly'1"bleWa Iw front, of his home" to avoid and, specifications iatvihe Ma.* with Mrs. Oarlnrld Kdenfleld In Frof Robert O. Murray the number of lines being knock this morning that landvaplng
I flow of voters to the polls to wedding to yesterday after having his parked! car hit bypassing tin County brtdgi from George!: charge of th* music Active pallbearers -t the biggest job on his hands at ed out one ftpr anoth r."- damage alone would probablytop
V w trickle.Use than 130 per- noon Originally scheduled Wednesday I traffic S. Brockway of West Palm will be Arnold Bau r, the Stuart Training School shelter Mont water mains were kit I top 1100.000. Washed out portionsof
i voted after noon until the night storm condition Beach, and to have Brockway Fred Bentel, W. R. Bak'r Ed I 315 persons had to be cared Intact\,, a notable exception be the OI'eanrront road! neat
i closed at T p. m forced postponement of the The "crazl'st call" crew froma Inspect the Jensen Bach bridge Burgess O L. Edcnflcld and for then!. Coach George Bailey; flralb Inch main under the Blowing Rocks and a growinglist
e result were certified by Handy.Matherll.wedding to neighboring city repor td one drawspan and submit an estimate Ronald Cross. Honorary pall- I James Williams, Louis Maxey. I I e which when It of partially damaged wlut f
F Van Smith clerk of the ThursdayA woman requested the city to and drawings for Its replac'ment 'Vafcrs .ar. R. T. Jackson. J. J. Sam Smith, Mary W. Coles Elmer 'I I was broken Tuesday night left residences own'd by nationally
|tlon board. J. S. Baker was --- please come get h'r garbage before The group then will Moore, Dr J. D. Parker and ,)Jones J. O Murray, Clara Green all of the city north of the bridge prominent flgur, telaId, may A

i ty and Mr. Rena E. Chase Red Cross rescue team roamed the storm as she feared It ask Fultx for a hearing at his Frank Phlillps. Burial will ba at,, Josle Roberts and Geneva ThO-I I without watEr. No (-Inch mains bring th' total uplter Island
Rlcou and Mrs Flora. C. the area throughout the storm would be strewn over her front Miami office for the purpose of Fern Hill O'metery. her*. mas were on constant wre: reported out but one 1'-4- loss over the $100.000 mark
Service at this shelter Is havIng Inch and several It were Inspectors hour giving helping hand lawn. presenting then plans and estimates I Survivors Include his wife. who Damage In Stuart wa* ctmftn*
whtrever needed to ward off Dehon announced. I ) to becontina'd because of llns were reported disrupted. ed largely to clstructleinlol-treeg i
stricken five weks
of ,the three. was some
In the
roof damage tectlon -
commission means three raging wave and mewe itrandedpersons Noticeable about town are'autos In an over-all policy statement ago and Is 111 tit their home; i : and bushes. Palms Australian
b to shelter*.* with blistered paint. om* Dc hon said 'It Is the unanimous Pines Eucalyptus and avocado
mission job will be subject four children Mrs C L BoRttei,I Dunscombe said that Hubert ; STORM HOLDS I ,
of the committed trees down her and (
hlu Novemb primary and with unique design of the old desire Mr* L. C. Klckllt, Mrs. W. OP I CI'menu, John Boseess Lloyd I I were here
V-mber general election Vlce- Martin County citrus crop and new paint Jobs. three nvn each from Stu. 'nnry and J. C. Anthony Jr.. Campbell. Arthur Henry. Ronald and cntoanuU and Immature
vor W. R Baker and Comfeloner suffered an estimated 1500.000 art and Jensen Beach) to build of The Stuart News; and nln* Johns, Harry Corley, D. B. I grapefruit were grounded by the
Jack L. Coleman will loss on the basIl of last ,-ar'l Santa Claus will have a full the new Martin County bridges grandchildren Donald A. Burroughs Brown, Ray Heisl'y and Hugh BOARD ACTION hundreds Estimates on the loss
hold-overs, but Mayor' Phil market. according to County crew of whlik'red helpers If local to the beach and also the new Willis O Penney, Jr..,I Prince of Atlanta, formerly of of the citrus crop In the area I
es : L. Johnson who said beards continue to wait much Jensen Beach bridge drawspan"and ranged from 50 to 90 per cent
t-rm will end In Novem- Agent M. Mrs William C Miller 'JolineKiciliter Stuart who arrived Just In time I
and the two other post will this morning that approximatelySO longer for the .desired (if not as a r:suit a co-financing Mrs. Shields Harmon, to go to work, were lndu>)penslble I TO MINIMUM Waves which washed up and
open. Mayor Pence wa un. per cent of the grapefruit crop n-ceuary: hot water for dally plan for the structure now 1 Is Cherry Point, N. C., Mrs.William In rounding up and distributing over the railroad span parallelto
ded ha been lost and a IS to 20 per shaves. th3 principal aim of the com- the Roosevelt? Bridge washed
Thursday on whether or i H Jones Slarke Jar and i food to the shelters I II
he would seek rt-ekctlon cent loss In the orange crop 1 d( millets. I Charles Boggets and J. C. An. :I The Red Cross office remain I away part of the track's supporting I
bank the north end
th; : COncern ov:r the api reaching oa
0 ending of the Park Board There wa a minimum loss of Probably lack electric (Continued Page Sis) -.J(Coutiiumt On Page Six( )__ I ed open during and for 24 noun< I Ii hitrrlcan\ held tho number of and trains held to 1$ t-ille an
citrus. he said, although considerable 1 Ie felt most
an Independent entity will power sever-ly by preceding I the storm with Dune ,
>lt in the signing over of Its windbreak damage at those beyond the city water service |i combe and Oeorg Hlronemm, I I' atlcYidlng County Commission! hour ovr th structure until
eta to the City Commissionweek Bessemer Properties. Avocado who depend on current to Womans Club Yearbook assistant chairman of the I' at their r gulir meeting Tuesday this morning It was reportedSchools .
rjismlwd Tuesday
of Indian- dllll8-1 to three and cut short the conduct were
end or early next week plantings run water pumps to furnish their ter committee
will not
afternoon reopen -
town suffered' little Heavy' homes remained In of bUKlneiu to less than an i

i hee.xecutlve mission Is secretary expected and to ac-the loss can be expected for early .-. I Goes To ;Press This WeekThe charge town despite Hlronemus danger to his own hour Only Chairman R. L Erwin until r Johnwick Monday,announcedTrains Principal,

t the switch officially at its plantings unless water rapidly The South Fork of the St property west of Stuart I Wall and Commissioners a W.
t recedes, but this will be mostly Luclj River at the// Tropical I Reports have b en received I Slilpr.i and O D) Quinlivan wcr* continued on mors- or
meeting Sept 24. Most i yearbook of the 35th an. A Stuart del-gallon will attend 1 I along with Irss normal sch dule but bus service
seed" present attorney
n, boost in the publicity mll- time, labor and Farm Bridge was'reported over from persons In charge of disaster -
nual program of the Stuart Wo- the annual meeting of District stopped: at midnight Tut-
Inuudated by / Evans CraryTht .
sections of
farm areas were the banks flooding yard along relief In other
as approved will take effect man Club went to press this 10 of the Florida federation at day and was not resumed until
1, It wa understood.VOLUNTEE9. the hurricane rain the head water of the tributary. the county C. A. Alderman, Jr.j I board approv:d the leasIng -
week, according to Mrs. H. H. 10 a, m Nov. 3at the Fort Fierce noon Thursday However some
oversaw caring for nearly of 100 ft. of the Anwn
Raging .;causee several bad The Lawson Moore reported, Hlpson, vie*-president and com- Club. Mrs. C, Raymond DvirkeeW person In two shelters at Jensen lIc Dock to Arthur N. trains were reported hours late
varmint took of the mitfe fchairman. :it Palm Beach district director PUb-j from both directions
washes at Jupiter Hobe Sound a advantage I and ported only minor the rate of $25 a year for
where the storm left tangled storm to raid a chicken pen killIng -, The 12 page handbook of club will preside damag up fishing boats It also> Stuart Marine Service Was one
actlvltle for 1947-48 contains The 19 of ttr of the hardest hit business fll'JIaIn
masses of downed tree and and leaving the mutilated Nov meeting Toley; EngebreUen stat- transfer of a liquor license fromA.
the club motto "There I* No Excellence Stuart club will be a covered -Capt. Stuart The building Will completely
ripped shrubbery on landscaped mother hen and her month-old 10 people were afforded H Mounter to Thomas Bava;
)R SPECIAL estates and in a number of Instance baby chick Without Labor" the club dish lunclY.on In charge of the minor- assistance during the for- Mi tiewly-opcned bar on surround 'by water, thsContinurtl ,

-particularly the Brt- I flower and color, the pledge to fine art department headed by storm at Salerno, U. 8 1 near Hobe Sound ( On Page Six, )
rand L. Taylor residence and Numerous famUVe. reported the Flag "The Collect." a list Mrs Luther Damron. Her com' Joe Woods housed and fed 85 Road Sbpertntenc-; A. A. -----

ANNING BODY John, P. Marquand residence becoming so anxious for rrw of officer and director. :pert-' mitt:e Include Mrs. M. O Lltt- In two shelters at Hob Sound. H ndry, was Instruct to reportat
,. winter homea suffered material from the outside world that they I ment and committee member, man Mr. Paul Hoenstol l. Mr*. Henry Crews was on the alert at the next meeting Sept 30 on THE IB"
damage, and water entry The braved the wind to the garageor a roster of the 140 member anda J. I. Craig Mrs. R. B. McCul Palm emergencysituation the abandonment of part of a ,
mainland at Hobe Sound got by parked: eat to listen to the completo calendar of meetings lough Mr*. A. H. Chappelka and IlUota arise street In Salerno Shores on the Hiah .ftd .Wa watei'-1... the at. Uri..
our Stuart men already have with minor damage except for car radio for hourly report. for the year Mr. Walter T Dave,. O T Hataway reported from 1.1.t im t" -k -.1.. &viainbap. 2S.
shore of Manatee Bay Th subject ) E....... HUI.ti.rd T... for SrMlh
mt'ered to serve on a special Space Is set aside to commEm- D'C 17 Mrs H M Klelfeld, Indlantown that more than 300 I was brought before the Co,|>I add I knr II nllitiM I... *,.ki
imlttee to plan for Increased 20 AUTO LICENSERESERVATIONS orate M.r*; Thomas Matthews chairman I of the department: of person were cared for In his .* : h-a II mlinilM tar low. ConoiM
board at former meeting but ... .
a MtelMll.
reatlon facllltle and expan- //1/ MADE the one number of the club who American home. will have shelters and that farm damage of marine Improvements In Only Days no decISion was reported mad H, W. ... w. .
died during the past year. charge of the program. Her committee appears to be relatively light at
on the request by a Salerno dele- A..II P.M. A.M ]p.lII.
| community was announced ,; made license -- Is composed of Mrs. Fr.d this time.
Twenty owner
nelay by Arthur M. Dehon. Buy reservations the first FALL OPENING SET L. Hall Mrs Harry H'ffner. Mrs Dunscombe pointed out that gation (to consider the streetabandoned. xmt II U.SI. Jr,20 0.81: '$Its
Left to tag on .
quartet Include William V. day they were acceptable at the FOR OCTOBER I AND 21Mr D. S. Hudson Mrs. W R. Leach so many people helped out that and Mr Mrs.. Julius William Me Bald- N.pt. :: 111alWPL It :.. : : ::::
hg. Well A. Upplncott Ern- Collector' office *. E. A, Mennlnger, club Mrs. Tracy Martyn and Mr. C. It Is impossible list them all. win go* appeared ....... II I ,,. 1.11 Tw $,Is
County Tax ..
f. before the on tt>: a. Is I'" 2.u I'U .1.
[ Lyons and Dehon. New Licenses' Monday but storm ,condition president ha announced the 8. Edward. but observed that "Martin Countlan "0. It tU, 1"1 4 :

'hon wa appointed by they kept additional l special number opening meeting for Oct( which ,The health and welfare department surely do work" together subjectIn reply to I request by Hu- .gap&. 0!..... 0.1 _4.:duk. 2:!:!!;. ,tu;
Communion last week to ----- seekers away from the office will be a business luncheon at with Mr*. Ralph W. when troublrtomea.SCHOOL 1m-

Nit a list of eight/ to 10 cityperty 1 Driven 'here are reminded Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 1pm. The first program' and Hartman chairman; Mr*. Lloyd BOARD GETS bert:81for long-expected th} road tq. hill THE WEATHER

> owner* "who, would they have only, until Oct 1 to However M to SO more are ,octal meeting will b* Oct: 22 C. Travis Mr*. Blanche Lowery FOUNDATION FUNDS proposed, fish housj In Manatie

isclentlously offer to serve on ecDrey"new vehicle operating expected before lags actually coon when the department of education I Mr*. 9. W. Traylor, Mr: C. L. Pocket. Salerno. the board Informed .. ': .
in rocroV4
h k planning body license befor penalties will be sale Dee 1. Under a new regulation will present a program'at Mooney, Mrs. W. N. Cromer and Tallahassee Sept 18_< :' "him such work will be ,..for kit )I.1fc)I..".*US.*oli wagglim o obso"C. fcf!.

*bon staid! that he "would Incurred by tardiness. Any one thoM Interested In reservatlons 2:30: p, m to be followed by a tea Mill Edith Coventry will present' The third Installment of done as soon! at he deed the idip hau'. .stuart, rmt. 11_..
glad to talk with any parson ticking a license after that date now must pay the full honoring the faculty of UM Stuart the nvetlng Jan 28 I funds from the new am-1 road Hght-of-way to the board Taiap""mrs 1141miaiai.ft'
a felx he can give his time either must pay an extra $t or tag price at the lame time they school Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy 1* Conservation will be the topic! foundation program fund and the dragline can be taken .ot Ir11"L

I Interest' toward constructive take a driving test any Thursday pay the $I reservation fee. It was chairman. ''Her committee includes ,of the Reb. 25 program when I I ounting to $9,113 was lent to i off the Martin Highway project % to&aae. Issw .-.tI_" ,,..
lining for Stuart* Immediateur aft'rnoon announced last week Tag price Mr*. J. I* Coleman, Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Arbogait department the Martin County Board otPub-, 14sapi ..
and long-range outlook" The office of Judge Arthur KClonU are unchanged from I last year H.tW. Neall, Mrs. Nell Bishop, conservation will be hostesses j lic Instruction this week, State I I 1 SOUTHEAST SALES HIGH is : ". ... .: :..:.:: ;:

aid It Is the expressed hope where license may be Mrs. Ralph Daniel, Mr*. Durant at a 11:30 luncheon. Her group I School Superintendent Colin Wholesale sales In the south : t 11': .TjtIftCHU :: ; ;:

the committee not only ton securxl, will be open both the r IUILDING.. Cotoira PlIturrsIW St. Luck. .. Fulton and Mr*. M R.- Cart- Includes Mrs. W. S OrathwohlMr English, .ha< announced. ,I east during the first seven months ..AINt'.wt
but also "to start work remaining Saturday afternoon LM 4. link. II M.ir.M, Mod ..4 MI wright L C. Klckllter, Mr, R R Three cheeks) were received by of 194T aggregated more than -

mediately for accomplishment I" this month to facilitate liens ...._14 fcp MMrate II ...I*..kr....II III...._roiMnowlik Through th! 'seven month of McPherson Mrs J. E Taylor, the county: $7,298 to be ined for I $500000,000 C. Parker Persons == !t ; :!:j
selected plan to become phy- tale. It was announced. the club calendar the buslntss Mr*. Earl Rlcou and Mrs.:Franklin Instructional salaries:, $179 for regional director ot the U. 8. De- 1"1. II "" litEMBER

al Inoriumentia'to' progress In The rule for tscuring TJW license winter visitor, .Judge ClonU luncheon will take: place this second Rue transportation,, and 81,094 for .partm nt of Commerce, announced ..... n. ,
>art." by Oct, t doe not except said Wednesday of each month. (Continued' On Pog Six) I current expense .' here. I f..... .:;:;:;


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brown spots, may be controlled I BENDING PALMS. FLYING SPRAY HERALD, ..HURRICANE --
1' SALES See Us ForRepairs I NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES by spraying the tree with &-.-SO

i '' &: ...mt tb ,. .}; 19woi1I: and i The County Agent's ColumnBy containing bordeaux or mixture a similar Raking copper-vp e s r

all fallen leaves \under
I SERVICE: Part i and burning t
: L., M. Johnson the fig tree also will helpto
I control thesj diseases. It Is
: i ARNOLD BAUER The Sampler County Be./t Cat th organism h causes not advisable to spray fig trees

\ I lie Breeders Show today and :black rot; ot'cabbagt and caullllowtr after the fruit Is half-ripe.

d i St. Lucle, Boulevard Phone tu-w' tomorrow at Webster already Iran' be killed
I., may by treating Grass and other cover turned
I listed 30 Florida Breeders who thu (seed with hot water accord- Under while green decompose
-- = will show about 200 registered I Ins to Dr, A A. FosU-r, plantlUthologlat much more rapidly than when

ammals Aberdeen-Ancus, Brahma wi tlthe, Central allowed to turn brown before
And Hereford, Florida Experlmen. Station InSunlord being turned under,
d JANE PARKER Ail Innovation IIi coop'reLive Application of about 25 Ibs
f DC) .f cattle educational work today As Infected seed lots cannot l of 1 or 3 pr cent DDT dust as
will be a type drmonstr- /J-txKT"by' : Inspection, Dr acre will chick an Infestation of
FRUIT CAKES ton of both the Hi'n turds and Faster;;; udvimj farmers who aw' plckleworm and melonworm Infields
t t'' 0 Aftaa'W.' R SpaUdcn of lhAmerltaii > planting th>'se crops to use the of fall squash and cucumbers
Angus Breeders Av hot water method for killing Care' should be taken to
l ARE HERE orlttiou will give a type' demon- black rot organisms which maybe ] avoid making applications of theInsectlc.lde
I tiailun/ of thj Angus Paul Swat- In LM seed- Fungtrldal dusts ( as there have been
Jet of the Amtrlcaa Here fold ate not'ff:cttve, u the germ ti were reports of DDT damagj, to ,roPalm

:t j 3-lb. Cake ......$2.63 Breed_n Association will give; a carried Inside the fed quash and cucumbers Applications
demonstration In typing of the To' treat cabbage sad, the- should not be made after
I'' Hrefolds the typing ot tliPietw plant pathologist says, fill a the first fruits appear. One application -
5-lb.) Cake 3.65 < breeds by repr sentatlvoo otHi chcse cloth' bag about; two- usually will give protection -
P /Mnuc ..rquy lu 4A National Breed A-ssoclation third full, tie the top so the for two or three weeks.
Will bi an 'ducatlonal feature of seed can b) r tlrr:d to remove th' .-
!i.'A p.clal( Interest to 4-H and \FFA lit and l then Immerse \the bag In Unli-sn gait haa been added as
& P MEATS : IONA SLICEDGiro Indents and very essential to wat r at 122 degrees Fehrenheltfor In a in:d mixture,' all feed for ...........--.
the "trebr d breeders ajirt to 25 tulnu lTbe same pro. worksheet Is deficient In salt, I
f ,t d r Swift Premium Lb, BEETS those cattlemen who plan to buy' r-'dur Is followed for treating Salt way bg provided In flake t.rat* bend before the rising wind and flyFlorida east coast, Thousand ansldnb
and raliie either Angus or H re- caulillowtr) \ seed except that the; block or. any other form for log spray dims Miami skyline as the serf amInland to safety,
i' IIEALROLL5SC2SJ 2 : 23c (lord cattle feed are immersed only 11 min horns< >and> multi, but It should log tropical hurricane approaches the lower
; Saturday morning will b' givenover I ut.eAll!\ accurate th,:rraomeUr' be protected from the l weather ----- ........ '
h DippedCream i to <-II Club and FFA Judging rhould bu us;d and UM temperature leaving It exposed on a stumpor MIAMI BUILDINGS BOARDED UP AGAINST,HURRICANE,
Cottage rontehts should bo maintained wIth. post or In an open box will _
::1 i TOMATOES in 1 desre of that specified I result l 111 much'of It l b Ing washed .' r
; ICHEESL 2ic Formers who find ticks onI Alter the treatments, Dr Foster -' away by rain and, unless such
I their I ) rattle are urg.'d to fond l t adVlj/ A. remove th) seeds., wasted salt Is replaced In stock d M
I, Suer.t, Kb 2 No.2 27 "peelm'ns la the State Uv 8to'1 It(I, dip th"bh\ cold water and not. R,ttinff as much as they -n
} .
y :January l Board In Tallahisst 1I..d. p..
t C.ns spread then to dry After they ,
STEAKS 83c for ld>'ntlflratlonPoll .1' )have drl U,treat them with sper- I
lho SULTANA PEANUT Florida Farm. Hour, Station
gon or ara au to protect them
Fresh Large Pt. ('onIlP-k\;; ; specialistsay from seed decay organisms An V/RVV. Gainesville: ',
BUTTER I |It take npproxlmafly 100Y1'8r" ) moist B.,cd dot Morale rapidly, Fil.. Sept "Anaplasmoals
UTolthoTUW 89 C to add 1 irah of topsoil. Jo plant them wl hln 24 hours or In Cattle" Cr D A, Sanders; a
2 59c (the land dry thoroughly Or store them In I.sins Ha.sh
Sat.. 8pt.. 20-"Fifteen-min-
DreueU Jar n rofrig f rater. a
Every camper own It to himself Pistils that develop from seed ute program at 12:30.:
t FRYERS 69c WHITE HOUSE and lilt country to follow Inf,rtid with black rot may Mon. Sept. 22 -- Farm For-
{ il 1b. the simple rules of safety with turn yellow and shed their leaves stry Pointers Louis T. Nleland;
Table Dressed J II resToday'a whit small. Rain spp:ad thedlnease Farm Tues Flash, Sept. 23-"Fall Changes
from surh plants" to
1n FOWL 53c 46 20c hnalthly )plants, And the bact'rlaliter la Plant Life," Dr Raymond t }
Dennison; Farm Question Box.
Jar -: Today the niai'glns of healthy
Wd S'pt 24-Home Economics
caves and stems.
If $ Produced As block rot will live for a : Not-s, Mrs. Virginia Rags-

,; FRUITS and VEGETABLES and year or more In the soil Dr Fos.ter dale; farm Hash. y"wwb
Thurs, Sept. 25-"Some Hereditary -
advises growers not to plant
CRFEN cabbag' cauliflower seed Ina Faults In Poultry Clyde
I SWEET FULL PODDED PasteurizedIn or Dilggers Farm Flash
filet In which either of the ;
CABBAGE PE.Su 17 Martin CountyBarat's crops was grown and attackedby
c Wh'n cattle hay sore eyes
the ll8 ase the year before
that run water, the trouble may
O FIRM TASTY DairyP. be due to the Infection e
''I ,; 2 2 J.OC Ceroon, |>ora leaf spot of (Igleave known as "pInk eye"commonly or It may -, ._- -.. --..- ...., ---_.._ ------ ....
which Is characterized byhart'
be caused by ghats and other In- '
siObi I O. Box!, 1042 Stuart ( ; dead spots, and fig runt, Residents work hurrldly to board up windows the terrific! tropical' storm was approarliiniik
xccts. Bathing tile twice
I : ss eyes
r i iA ij charact Axed by tiny orange- dally with a 2-i)r cent boric acid and doors of buildings for protection against coast of lower 1 Florida between :Miami *
15c ---- the approaching hurricane along Biscayne Palm Beach
GRAPES i solution or a 10-p-'r cent argyrol
t j SWLET PURPLE- solution has proved effective In Blvd In Miami When this picture was made,
correcting this condlton In many

'1 2 lb. 27c PRUNES CENTRAL MARKETMEAT spray cases It the Is animals also advisable with water to MASQUE.. CLUB MEMBERS IN "BLACK DERB}'* PRESENTATION: '

----- solution.
dispersible\ DDT to pro-
BARTLtTT tect them from Insects
.' I2 2 29c
PEARS Gainesville Florida nursery-
I I men who. Intend to ship citrus
I ONIONS traea? Into Louisiana will be required -
: I 2 u. 29c . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd to ob.aln: a special PEr-
mit from the Louisiana State
i SWEET 3 23c and Akron Joe Brooks entomologist, W. E. Anderson
s Lba. Baton Rouge, Lan according to

POTATOES -- -- -- ,- .- ." "", Commissioner Arthur C Brown
J ,SPANISH of the Florida State Plant Board. I n v v
In a recent letter to Commls- P ,
; ',t' 1 IOC ; 3 25c Lb. explained w 1 r 1 1P
: ,
? that enforcement of the permit c
+ requirement' Is necessary as 1
a precaution against entry of t
rl ,; 12-oi pkg ,
quick decline a disease pres-
t :,{ NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT 16c ent In California and responsiblefor
"t - - ----- the death of orange trees
., \ lib pkf. growing on sour orange roots
'J NABISCO RITZ CRACKERS 28c Florida nurserymen should
--- experience no difficulties In
r f : WILSON'S MOR BEEF Can : taming \the ,
I ; t ,_ ___ 39c decline" Is permits as 'quick
not known to be present "r
..: '\ ; KILZUM INSECT SPRAY Pt.. 25c In this State, Brown said r

I :, u j "f d I'' (,AHBl.X: ', Mb. can _______-.__ 13c J POLICE ATTEND FBI
I SANI-FLUSH 10-oz. 9c
; I can
"rr. ; 2 17-011. Jars Police Chief Roy C Baker and Junior dramatic club members wh participated DeBWry, director.: Standing, Dick Rota.
In Memorium
II. \. ,>I HOMFSTYLE: RED CABBAGE 25c Patrolman Albert C Grinner art in the recent theatrical production at the Ugh Barrel, George Knickerbocker, Belly Ins
attending the Pollc.
j ;t I ,- School at Fort Pierce Sept Training. 15- school are shown above. Seated (left to right) Decker Suo Leek Jim Cbsppelka,, O

I I Our Own Camay Toilet JAMES CALLOWAY ANTHONY Oct. 2. Law enforcement officers are Barbara Etewart, Joan Combs and Florence LUeiireu and Jim Walker

,I lA' l:: a TEA2Ib.. pkg. 39c SOAP, bars 17C' i from Martin, Indian River .
f :J J,1\,1 .2 ____ and St. Lucle Counties are being
1 ;,9' Nectar Ivory Toilet given the latest scientific pointers -
i! SOAP 3 tiara 1875..1947 In the execution of their
THA2Ilj' pies, isle 1 20c
j ... _
\1 __ _- I .. dUtiES. FBI specialists In various rt-
", 'f1' Mayfair i Swan phases of police work are guying -
I SOAP Irg. bar 16c lectures In two-hour classes
I. TEA }/2-Ib. pkif 45c being held each afternoon at
""I" -- -- -- -- 'Reliable Irg. pkg. Fort Pierce city hall. -
George Washington Diplomas will be delivered by
j ; : COFFEE 39c Mayor H E Center of Fort
'4 ,j '," _______ _____ A-&-J P--Golden Cream- Pierce at a graduation ceremonyat mm
.' lona Sweet 2 No 2 Cans No. 2 Can 4 p. m. Oct. 2 when C. H. Car-

I : ,I1 PEAS 25c CORN. 19c .son, Special agent In charge,
J.. I -- --______ ___ 1 FBI, Miami. will give \the address -
n! ;, 'i'' A & P GRADE A CALIFORNIA .

,1 L ir' SPINACH 2''s. '17 C- 1 I DeLand FACULTY, APDITIONS .
; I I Can .__ Sept 18-The addi-
I : tion of 21 members to the faculty SALB
IONA DELICIOUS of Stetson University was ,announced -

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W and Klwanl Club wllJ 47 ARE BARRED districts except the 3rd, i

J third and tle-breaklni Dove Ulon, Dee 3 to Jan. 31, Ii;
| game on the East 5th. will be the same In all districts C,
kond at 4 p. m. next WedJ 8-4 BEBEE
playoff contest ortiI ; FROM HUNTINGTallahassee Marsh hen aUOIIII the tame
The laat Wed- In all districts' Sept, IS to Nov

1 was but scheduled postponed b I ] --- 20. Duck goose and toot season
was ACE IN RELIEFStuart's
the t will b< the tame hall districts
iricane. KIwanis won Sept. 18-tkn C
Dec 8 to 0, with huntlnlIlt'rntlttd
June but Rotary Jan
feting in Morgan director of the State
Irfclt decision a few week: --- .11 41X 1 Game and Fresh Water Fish' every day. Gobblers
23rd Win Sunday Commission \repealed today that only may be hunted In the 2nd ,

Close Successful hunting licenses will be refused: District
SeasonA A-n 47 persons this year because they ---

I i1sa. have teen convicted of game law Rodeo
5th inning rally that violation during the current Fishing

netted four runs added to a closed season, i..'

neat five-inning relief job by I "State laws arc clear In this Set at ApopkaApopka
\Y ONLY, Sept. 18thMMMMBMMl pitcher Bit Bebee meant win respect" Morgan explained "and

No. 23 for Stuart this summer specify that license are not to

il as the Sailfishers defeated : be Issued to persona found guiltyof 8:'pi. 18 FNSI-The(
Feature Program law violation for the
,aa 4
Pompano 8-4 on thlosers' Florida Anglers Association hoi
01 ? open game season next following
field Sunday afternoon r the time of their conviction." announced a. $50000 fishing

1 O \T aa Recently the commission ad- rodeo which will start Nov I

The decision gave Stuart i opted Statewide Nov. 20 to Jan. and continue through the winter
6? clean sweep of the South FlorIda 5 deer season for 1947-48. However -
JoeMY Coast Glades League postseason hunting day within the season
playoffs and the league season vary In the different conrvaUon Tlw association has tagged 1

championship to add to Its regular 'TITS "9, tJN ali x r >: districts In the 4th thousands of fish which have
1KEIY E season laurels which wen t aTt y, M" ; 4r il, 1 Martin County District huntingwill born rcl'aitcd in Lake Apnpka. 1

All clinched Aug 24. The contest ------.-.-- .--.. _.. .._-- _.__._- -- J.1.i.Y....",. ,. be prohibited on Mondays, tags representing cash prizes of ry

j-U WHITE also closed the book on the Sat]- The Stuart 'Sailfisher annexed the championship of the Robert Ilarrell, Hank Pennock, Maaager John N. Mann and Tuesdays and Wednesdays Turkey I, from $5 to $5,000 each In addition ri.

fishers! after one of the moat South Florida Coast Glades; League last Sunday for the second Jesse Arnold Fourteen others who have played with the Sail- season will be tho same as special| awards Include a ,4 '
ALSO successful diamond seasons In the deer' In the 4th Dis- $10 dally prize for the largest ,
successive year Believed by many to be the best baseball team fishers but who are not shown here Include Marlon Tetter, season I
IYNNE ROBERTS the history of the community I trict. catch a weekly prize of$25 and "
IREN DOUGLAS Jesse Arnold who tossed the ever to represent Stuart, It Includes, seated (left to right) William Charles Black, Milton Davis, II M. Saunders, Jr, Wilbur Feru- Quail and squirrel may b" a monthly prize of $50. : ; I

In first four frames for the Sail- Berry, Elmer Graham, Chink Stiller, Woodrow Munch, Horace son, Bit Bebee, Paul Thompson, Pete Robertson, Paul Ilardwick, .. .\1i
fishers was credited with the Arnold, Harris Lowery, Jr, William Armour, Warren Shipes and Ray 1Ilscle.lameJ F. Smith, Frank DStttno, Dennis Hamble-

Magnificent Rogue"Sat victory, his 11th against three Donald St. On-e; standing, Robert Johnson, William .Erb, ton and Francis Williams, Bat boy li Harris. Lowery 3rd.

| lows, although he finished the George Griffin, Emerson Kramer, Albert Ingram, Charles' Hall, ''i
game guarding first base, He r
: ., Sept. 19 & 20
fanned only two batters and !
A LINE ON SPORTSMann's led the offensive with five safe J1
two while Well whiffed
BIG SHOWS -- 2 six while walking a like number -- blows. It was stuart's eighth def 11

Andy Montgomery wen at this summer against 11 : 11i
tits route again for Pompano Efforts for Winning I DODGERS 3-2 wins INSIST DUALITY LUMBEfc .i J'I
three batsmen on strikes
The score by Innings:
while passing none, but Stuart'i Team Proved Not in VainBy Miami 100 000 Oil--3 ( YOU CAN GET IT! ))T>"
11 hits off him were too well )
11/a[ d alltJae s sl.A .. bunched for his own good. How ...... Two late rallies by the Miami Stuart Oil 0(10( 000--1

ever, his mates' finally got ED WENNINGER, JR Red Socks on the strength of a Skinner and Nap; Gilbert and '

around to banging out four soil, 12.hit attack on Otis Gilbert Mullins. f OPI. HA10WN9 .e I\\
tal at1 Mann extended efforts. to bring --- --
IR. blows In the 9th that brought in Chief-Manager johnny carried tho Dade County outfit
their three earned run of the winning baseball to Stuart hundreds of fans was not In Vain. }{.i jt I
to a 3-2 victory over thStuart
day. Directing the affairs Of f a semi-pro outfit Is no easy task when one 0Guaranteed ACCUHATI GRADING '::1 !
Two errors and Harris Lowery s will Dodgers at Little Dlxl Park here
must/ think and figure.constantly on how Inevitable expenses I
U1 SUSANNG'HAYWAR_ long fly brok the Ice as Warren be met and how to. get the players to practice, to show up for home ; Sunday afternoon UNIFORM till i. I
Shipes scored for the 40th Urn* unstable Skinner who went the rou t?
often the
and together for trips out-of-town Too i
this summer in the 1st round of for Miami limited Stuart to flv: .) fi '
a left Mann uncertain right until game time
personnel problem up
GREE But Pompano came back to gel hits but his well-pit hed game
Its only lead. of the day In the what nine m-n would start out seemed futile until Gilbert weak J( : li
Irk*Y 4th. Jim Walton hard double Now another season Is finished and for the second successive: end to allow hall the Miami hit

opened the Inning and before It year Mann has piloted the Sallfishera to the league championship total In the 8th and Bin In.nlngs Y .r get jJ!! these I lasting values for your new ''II ,;

closed a walk to Emmett Richardson : Sunday comeback triumph in Pompano ended a five-month Miami centerfleldcr Pau i Ohome and they're worth insisting t on At home !.. I
and thee Infield errors campaign during which the Sailfishers took the field 30 times and '

ITS INNIKM.toMMwiia TgrI paved the way for three Porn on only seven occaa. Ions did they come off on the short end of the building advisors, it'i i our obligation' to help you plan \ +! ,

a a ky KVMO"c"s pano tallies None of the runt score Considering the quality of the opposition which In most wisely, specify quality lumber end jej! !It quality ;1'., :
Stiller Wins
>**kr MM wmoMntmumu were earned. good this 1 Is a remarkable record compiled by one of the .
cases was with j
>uamm .-l Mime Home :
__ Stuart took back the lead In that safeguards' your once-n- I
.r ow If 000..0... bias! If not the best, diamond crew ever assembled from this community '
AND ,-. thanks thetop to of Walton the 5th sudden for keeps Inability Batting Title Watch strength, long He and beauty It will pay you to weVI. ,,

to field, He booted Elmer Insofar as the shifting personnel 1 problem concerned a short RepairingWe We re specialists in friendly/ homebuilding urvice.. .1
ED RYDER IN_ Graham roller to open the Inning look at then record will suffice to show what kind of a problem restrmj bead and I''

TALE COACH TO and a sacrifice and single Mann had there Only two of the 33 player employed by Mann Of Sailfishers repair all kinds of \ .

DENVER"- by Jesse Arnold and Hank Pen- participated in every outing, and only -vcn played as much as necklaces< \ aGId A Good HOllie \,\ ,f .

nock fled the score at 33. Then two-thirds' of the time VTi join the many others here In thanks "Chink" Stiller, Stuarts slug LB Ij t Got This 100 ,ij# .
Walton miscued on successive, next will be just as good! y r14. 1 "
for an enjoyable summer, We hope year Reasonable Prices.
[ Mon, Sept 21 & 22 grounders by Charts Stiller and a a a ging right fielder,won thp team s Ralph Ulmer Motor Co.'s

Lowery and two more run bound We'd no sooner mentioned last week the much-needed improvements for individual the 1947 batting season championship, according to STUART JEWEL SHOP PHONE 9141 STUART.I ,
ed In, The hit were Stuart'lfirst 9WrI 'IIf";
of the day on and around Stuart one tennis court on East unofficial average complied her 1 Oughterson Building SOUTH DIXIE; t( I;

Jake Wralnes single scored 4th St. than tha city's newest civic organisation, the Jaycee- this week. Appearing In two-' Stuart Fla. --. IIH.IIWAYwn .1; \
fixing It Ten girls were out there thirds of the 30 games the Sail.fishers it
Ettes the job
Walton. In the bottom of the 5th were on up. Stiller c:_" ._ .... :J** && *M : I
weeds around the court and played grabbedthe --- ---
the aUmoon"'tle.rlnl .
off Bebee, but thereafter Saturday -- \1 1 'f.
-- ,
e versatile little right-handed bore the grass in It, doing what they could to Improve the court surface had three weeks ago and I dI
+s c down to blank Pompano over the and re-marking the court lines Monday several more of never let go Third baseman s ';r

last four Innings! with one them were out again For whatever they can do to better this Hank Pennock wound up In sec-!

single Meanwhile the Sallflsh- situation the girls deserve a commendation ond position 26 points behind I 'i !

era straight made hits things good safe for three with runs tout 0 0 0 Stiller Bit Bebee and Jesse Arnold I HURRICANEIT'S ; !::

1 1 In the 9th. Ship opened with a Little Eau Gallic, smallest member of the six-team Indian topped the 11-man pitching I stallachieving 1 ,
ptnnocki River Conference, has mad a sudden reversal In plans against I IT of the seasons 22:
double, took both on counted on playing football this fall. At the conference meeting Vero Bach decisions between them. Bebee

single Frank DeS'ef and eno'a pinch double last May the game was definitely off the Eau Gallle calendar. But was unbeaten in six decisions I AN ILL WIND tIT

1 1l Lowery one-base poke brought during the summer Harley M Oreenlch became, athletic director white Arnold lost three (games,

/ DeStefeno home. replacing Leland S March and the Immediate decision was "Let's but the latter's superb earned,' .. I
was considerably '
l STUART Aa JI- H po A Iship. : Play!" better run average Arnold the staff work- THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD f. '
b 1 t. 1: The move end a 10 year lapse In football activity at Eau Gallic
wAr ...:::'kl : : 5 : horse, finished with a total 01
Sit '
last wfW Oreenlch had been abloon
Hall re 1 High School although through Innings pitched, walks and I''
t Carrier MUI"" q"'I 1 1 I 81 e. notice to schedule only three opponents, all of them away f
MTAI late strikeouts almost equal to all the
1 I
........ RR-d 1 ,
ithrrirtt +' . full card eliminates chance of th .
Lo..r from Eau Oallle. Stuart any 10 others who tossed. for Stuart. '
H. Arnsla. a-r It 1 1Willi. Eau Oallie although Coach "Chuck" Kindred has The visit Jn Pompano IF YOU EXPERIENCE I. :
MHAYMES ... I' 4" e I a i Tiger meeting Sunday ;
nrahnni Y 1 arranged for a B-team game, data and site for wlllch are yet to proved no help to team percentages -I
sober; C I 1:1: : : I : be named Batting held steady at ..296I

LLEH CM ROMERO 0.bJ. ArnoU >lk .4 I I t 1 Oreenlch reports 22 candidate reporting for drills with each, while the fielding slipped 'I Any IJ

"iTiI. determined to make up for the (quad's complete lack of experienceby I point to a final .928
CELESTE HOLM ._Nat.for H.n I. 'th The complete unofficial final I
._B.'.wd for Stiller' :l Itll hard playing and an undaunted will to win Ofenlch feels the follow
*r roMpANOH PO A 1Rnbl.Y three IRC foes on the schedule so far may be In for /some surprises I. average BATTING:
i HlsiiiiVHMl b I 4 1C.an.0 additional for October G AD R H Rill AVIIhStof.ll. '
J JSlulrt and he I 11 desirous of scheduling opponent ELECTRICAL DIFFICULTIES
I I I I I t I.0K ,
& Wed., Sept. 23-24 Da..I. re and November game Only the Oct. 3, 17 and 31 week ends are "torUM S I I 1 .MH ><
7. w.lta. i : : : r 4Rkhard.ew .fc.. tl 7 I II 4 ....
: taken. Hlirk ',, .40
wroi.lbrf .4 I I 1 0atrb lulls, II II If It I ....
/ Ib .4 I 4 IMI.kln ......... s s I a t ..171.IT AFTER THE STORM HAS PASSEDDO
If 4 e I e and recreational activities In Pe..m.ek a n I' ..alI.awerr

,P Dew rflbyaa.o..r, P :: : : t : : Aid for Vets veterans hospitals .. IT 10.100.11. 414.10 17 II is .JO4Alp. ...
J,. AnuM .ItI It 1t It 10 ....
"iirRa. Describing the volunteers as .1)0' / .101 NOT HESITATE TO
/ ..... lee .. 1\..' 0. A.need;.;I .*,'III I III II 1: I'' .: I'' :.1117rohoe
A of the Red Cross
:ewer 0" '4a1Pa.rM" DependentsStill the backbone: I. .. T I, II ..101I
10. ale '004JI. laid H.1i II T II J ..1"W
... _..... In-wn1..0 n', .1"'. Stiller. hospital program" Travis 01"...,. .11 41 4 ii .111
Lp.r.ry 4. J. Ar.rMemel":;:: : It would have been Impossible 0.\11,. II .. 4 8 8 ..170idky
.w.la. .. I I. 0 ,1010POMC
: brhurl. Acute II 40 0
rw. to function on to vast a
ship". nds.e.... larneJ. II It e 0 a .01
4. 1* lilt uti bua-- without their services ferry 1. 11. 1 4 I ..n'H. CALLHALL'S' 14
I-SEUS t. S.min' w'1 i .. 'I III 7' 17 17 II .141
rbt BUM of Glory 1. : : An.1d.: In review of chapter activities ....
.., B'm' Mufirk 14 41 I II
Kohlno _
omgnce of America'sIda .t.Da.blt. .1., _.J\I.b....... M ..,. w Although nearly two yean he pointed out that approximately 81. 0... II 14 1 I tTkompui All
Dayst tl.h.alrurka.t-b' Yontta.rrl.bp of 128 veterans and their T...- f0 1 I 4 .1"
.the end
Thrilling han elapsed since
J. Amid; 1. by Iseh. 4. Naar a. .. t 1 I I IHiirdwkf ,101In.
,-N.-nf/ Arm. a. n1/ Daiwa I. 1.114-- need tor assistance to dependents were assisted by the ..... .. ...11 IT 1 t ..111I.hn.
od .b.l--Rlrhard-an.I Sam, ... .1" war, the; during the past ... .. 1 1 I I III
.nd t l. 0 "'" Off la local 1t .070
ArnoW I and
veterans their dependents
r.t;:: t InnlnvB., Wlimtft; yeaf The-brakdown. according' : ..a : : : : :.0005.A4M0
BLAZE HHlMM.: U..lr..-fr.... still acute, Lloyd C Travis to type of service rendered, follows Onl. I I ....
.4iht TII.... I I .
of hot Martin County 104
chairman : financial aid $2.137,88 and I I a .
the American RedCrOllS 1 I s .000
chapter of counseling and guidance on personal N.untf.ri
STUART said today. and family problems, 91.
If ever the 1'lteranneeded a. TEAM .. 1Y.lei Iii lit ale IM .
CUT COMMISSION <.-.IndadMforMIQ. .. sad fnmi CW*. '"
It Is now, he
ANNtBAXTER Meetings added, pointing out that there, PITCHING WE WILL BE PREPARED TO 'SERVED YOUCALL
Regular O W L RO W liRA
are still more than 90,000) pat-! veteran with a record of \lob... .... .. 0 a III so n III ...;
WILLIAM HOLDEN 8:00 P. M. lento In veterans hospitals' a substance over-payment Administration with will milk I. ...i..1:: 2 1 .: ::l 1 f.::
2nd and 4th 'throughout the country who the Veteran .it.-a." Js a a '
SONNY TUFTS: quire medical care re-I ba Issued a supplemental! eertlr. I AruU' "::.JT: II I I\: .: N iOrlffM c.

WILLIAM BENDIX WEDNESDAYSStuart .. In one month alone Bed fixate of eligibility for further wren. :. ....t J i j II : see* 13P.

City Hall volunteers Travis pointed I out' schooling or Job training under Photon .
TERLING HAYDEN devoted more than 110.8'10 hour,' the O. X Bill until b! has repaidor ..h-.01.1.0., J I : i I l : 130 s.

e or the equivalent' of 447 personaworking arranged to repay this money .._ .1 I, It..,.. O. Arcade. Stuart Fla.

HOWARD..... DA. SUVA'. ... Public Always Welcome eight hours dally for a I the regional office of VA in OTAI.- .'71i "t il* Tl -Itt .
30-day period, to rehabilitation: Miami has announced. !-- .... tie with I' .MY a.Y ,n
going I

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II. : ,a. 1e} tuNrt J TODAY'S HANDICAP ..:..-=-- Horticulturally Speaking "DINE andSEYMOUR'S DANCE""

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0 0VOGOOOG: :: =:aoaoz: ==::aOCIO
1 -
? published every Thursday at '
: ; The blooiomi of the night blooming& caress On the
; Stuart Martin County, Florida, arc spectacular
\ t' by Stuart Dally New., Inc. a i'ty arc rivet drive north of )Jensen, hake the following article by a botanist IN

{ Florida corporation. > writing In the Christian Science Monitor, of special Interest right now:

I .' Entered as second-class l : mall GNalYli .c liyhctreui vnJahu, the night.blooming cereus, li one of the TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD
'I matter a.t post office at .1'r! NIDOEr4
cactaceue cactus family, a of ngul..rly American plants in- Mixed Drinks
1 or group -Beer
j I'' Stuart, Florida under the Actlr on Draft
of the fleshy condoned, usually spiny. kallcsi stalks
,V of March 1,187J, I teJ'f'8tlngallM HEAR GENE ON THE
A FREE PRESS am! the large, olten/ brllliuiit and showy flowers. SOLOVOX '

', ,: ; j 34 YEARS OF SERVICE I Celtogtah believe the group originated and was practically ton STEAKS and

and ,... .. .... ._... SEAFOOD
Sturt TMIr M. and America,
I (lined at one tune to the dry regime of tropical subtropical
ot n. B(.... TI_. ... dratIXPM ......
I t I A FREE PEOPLE ...k!...>Ylvk eyatM...rt.II .rll.I 'IIfouwdod with Mexico the center of distribution. Today there are about 100 g..n..Majad OUR SPECIALTY
i f; 'l'/''"; hiTfc.S, ':n4.llv.Itatn. ... anahal.e wn l >, .wllk'M not "less than _100 ipeciei A few species inch is the night-blooming Jensen Beach
,1'" M.rrk S. 1111. Th. 81K.M.U.' M.WIA SEYMOUR CftRom.where
'f L ... Orkwbftr. S. 1MI It. Y.at. cereift" are cultivated: for their beauty.
i's :.,: '_. .. ...
IF M"In..u
.1. b. ow4.
,. .- a.... e'l_. 1..10_ v The genus Hylactrtut i Is con xsed of eighteen speck ol climbingcacti ,

, '" tllWIN 4. MFMNNOERl : .... ..... the stems adhering to walls or other iuppurts by means of name ,
, i l: 4. La0r.. ., UUN" ,.. .. .. ,.4.-...'.,.. 101.'f 101..-... T' AJt rou .serial root All are native to \the West Indies, Mexico, Central
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and Northern South America. Only one if grown to any extent In the Ii

, ;: :l RI >.ll ono Yf.r jtSSS T.. Yxn.,. ._. ..MMAdv.rUtlni United States, and that/ under a wrong name One frequently"< sees It } I hitdyJoe.
labeled llyloctrfui tricmtattu or Ctrttu triangtitoriiII "Mj
' I"i'OIl n.4., kn7.;; .. ., ...... ...
M .U.o"" Th -"i tkf ri.kt umlattu it the best known of ad night-blooming/ cereuses and Is
.. r
.. .
I' r:. '1 "" ,, TM A..rkt.1 Pm. k 1.grka..k rsh.l .nY slated nbre/Ia.bk. 'to tb. HM fvr"m::.:i:MtlM. .. .u.!! ._ widely' cultivated In tropical countries to 'hum beaulilul 1'l''felled( The a

, MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS stems are,elongated, three-angled or winged, with roots I I and .

I ,, n. Autrl.t.d amt .. ..,1.104 ..eywlN/' ... t.. _u......... .. short"ipinose or spineless Young growth... bristly, the flowers white, .. t : .
''L i ,, kwl. .... ."...04 I. ,hi. ....po.. .> ...ll .. ill AP ..*. ....."'....n. u.t large, nocturnal and| funnel.form. The stamens are numerous fai two :! I'm Guilty, !-

4 MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATION series:The.stigma has many\ simple or branched lobes The Jruit Is a 'It i
fkshv berry, spineless but scaly large and edible. Seeds are small
,: ?: llllllllllll.lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/; ; I ; ; ; ; lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllYE sad: dink. Folk ..sictlmts trltltlst is 1I1rItrthlnpwu.Db"",,

,; EDITOR'S EASY The blossoms open usually between 8 and 9 In the evening .mall.low* editors for tbt war w. frindlhuu of mug N1.,.
ii CHAIR ami are best at midnight At the first appearance of dawn they close: oftea play up little tblnf aheM sulplnf tud...1M M*

11 I t f'I{: tJ milllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDThe a s aln. of bl( kansas, local seta U. a.olhel'stights,Ja4 tk.*
e: ,t" place of world events ,.Ion of fdioaetipet. t,
,1; continued refusal of the governing board at the rather tired relerenoes. to the "rarity" ol whither"trH4..
\: Botanical !experts are pf eant deny It.Read time Clarion 'u'"
University of Flqrida to issue i football tickets to the newspapers the night( .1)1 Miming metis. and you'll\ learn about the Martins1, J"M or choose bet w..,
) 1tii. of this State is earning more ill will for the university ECONOMIC, HIGHLIGHTS "If a not a cereus matter at all, this rarity of certain dunes' ol golden wedding annlTOrsary.. ,.* ....Usmllfc

1\\ I\\j\,, \ than it can well afford, The State schools in other '(Industrial News Service) plants" aswrted one irritated taxonomist recently "Hjlarrrrhi tmlntu about the conullunlty sing down by\ I ftvn that If mqd

',:+, Southern States make it a practice to recognize the newspapers No one knows how long it will last, but it is evident may be beautiful and It does bkwm only at night but there' are the river,..the huakiiir be at after the "iitUi Hum

II' \} ., by distribution of tickets!! and Florida is that this country is still enjoying a hell-for-leather period thouiands! of people all over the world who have specimens In parkirsgreenhouses Sober Hoolilns', whore neighbors the bigger things inD i*
i" Of economic prosperity. For more than a year leading : or even in hedges, Take Amorpbon/Ki/his/ // Annum', tho helped husk the corn, and later theaeelvsdrank "
,'! I:' behind the times in this easy way to earn the support of economists have been forecasting recessions and depressions Kmljl: from Sumatra that bloomed In the New York Botanical Cardi sparkling beer together

f j' )'" the State press for our football teams The University oft none of which have materialized Last June, accord I last j me There is a rare bloom In ads climate So Is the Mn///cii/// "Llttlo things?" Maybe, But Oftf.Afronwlurtlslt.tlwrsdd
\ Wa '.' Tennessee Athletic Association has announced that it has ing to Department of Commerce figures, personal incomesIn another tremendously large flower also from Sumatra sod a whole p ta the .
p w '. il 7n. sent to all Tennessee newspaper editors a blank form for the United States hit the record annual rate of f 193,000- host of nondescript blooms that would ordinarily be cluttilmi as E.A.M.weeds 0"
I' 000,000. In that same month the number of productively by any but the spedalut" '
k football '
tickets to all
: \ home game There are C."riA" //941, mttJ turn Rnwa,I
employed people passed the 60,000,000 mark for the first
I y '.al l' five games on thin lint Two tickets are available to THE POLITICAL DOCTORThe
I II i every time, and the July figure was still higher ---
I t\'t.* newspaper in Tennessee for each of these games. The It is true, of course, that the purchasing power of the Wagner.Morray.Dingoell compulsory health

I 1 i ,1 University of Florida! authorities have a lot to learn on how dollar is much lower than in previous times. Even so, wage surance bill was by-parsed by the last session of &' in-I

II t 4 ; to earn good will for their football team increases have, for the most part, kept pace with price increases In all probability it will be debated and brought to a

\ (, .\ and in some industries have materially exceeded 'uring' the next session. It is thus a live issue, whose significance i
I d them. The the rule have been the
major exceptions to
: ..JValter"Fuller: should be thoroughly understood by the American -
predicts that within the next ten QUIZQ.
M years white-Collar: and professional classes, whose earnings,
I before again.
I ":' 'y' i 15.000.000 idle acres of Florida land will be less people Congress convenes
II } growing pine measured by the ;yardstick of purchasing power, are Raymond Moley accurately described the measure '
i. ', ( I J' ;, .J. trees scientifically for the production of'paper The Stuart than during and before the war. People living on fixed incomes when he said: '.It'proposes a vast range of services for 1

t!: News for ten years past has been advocating the reforesting have taken a tremendous financial beating It is the practically everyone who wishes free service It covers

b't of the Idle lands in Martin County, lands not suitable laboring groups which have benefited most all sorts of medical, dental, nursing and hospital service! ?, What, is the' most talked.about subjed!
Herbert Hoover said that he could not foreseeany
for fuming or cattle-raising. We have advocated the establishment recently In part, it would be paid for by a tax on wages and on pay. West Palm Beach Today
important drop in business in the near future. That
1 rolls-and, in part by general taxation. Its ramification: jro
I t ; I .of a fire patrol to protect the forest areas we have point; of view Is widely shared at the present time, even into state and local public: health, into hospitals. private A, PARKING !
.i left and we believe in the advisability of adopting a by some of the commentators who anticipated economic Voluntary health associations and the like ,

I 't ; scientific program of growing pine trees that will bring this upheavals this summer. This' optimism as to theory that "Nothing was ever conceived or devised which would Q., What can be done about it?
I : 'I' profitable, tree-raising
i Let LOU Olive Ave and Fine
when it comet It is a situation where the old prize-ring the government and tie state and local agencies A. BRANCH
1 I t, areas It is a provable fact that suitable land, planted to dictum that the bigger they are the harder they fall" to the on wheels of Federal government It is a threat which in the center of the shopping diitrr
iI ..Sll,\ t pine trees, increases In tree.value alone fast enough to applies But this is in the realm of speculation The busi- deserves far more public attention than? it has yet been West falm Beach take care of tl

ti" ': 't:,' pay the! taxes and return 10 per cent interest on the money ness indices are still going up, and the goal of full em- receiving parking problems.

ii" '" &i involved. What possible excuse: Is there for our failure toY ployment" seems to have been reached. In many important No one can accurately determine the financial coat of Q How J
e ,i If' (, f adopt a constructive forestry program in Martin County? lines, output would be a great deal larger than at presentif this proposal. The best estimates place it at between $4v
1 I \ ',j >/ e more supplies were available 000.000,000 and $6,000,000,000 a year It would be a very A'. Any one of the following services enlc!
: Every consumer knows what all this has done to prices long step toward complete socialization of medicine It a FREE PARKING SPACE A
r The paper pulp business of North Florida, already Here, again, those who forecast last fall that substantial would make doctors employes of the state, and embroil DAY i if you 1 like: Fill up with gaso.

i j 1, Looming, seems headed toward bigger volume and higher price breaks would come by mid-1947 were badly fooled, them deep in politics. It would discourage experiment and I a wash job oil change or lubw

I '' .,,! 'r prices In years to come. The RFC, after hesitating more The Bureau of Labor Statistics price index recently touched research, and destroy initiative And, finally, jt would undercut tion t polish job or a wax job.
I I another new high, and it is expected to higher still
t t go the finest of medical existing in the
1 : than a year on several loan applications for paper mills, That is the result of many factors-governmental fiscal <<: system care .

I '., 't : .:, I has conditionally loaned a Pensacola) enterprise $2,000> policy, foreign buying in a tight market ever-expanding world LOU BRANCH

I U 000 for facilitating its plan to enter the high-grade paper business overhead, etctTo': choose the most obvious reason, UNPREJUDICED \ .

M + I / a manufacturing field. Until now and except for a newsprint higher prices are inevitable when 60,000,000 people, earning West Palm BeachOHv ATI and First St
t: in the highest pay in history, are panting for goods and It had been one of the best feuds in years and feeling
,j J plant Texas, all Southern mills have been making
". paper services of all kinds There are still many people to whom had been fanned high all over the mountain region SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
f I 4. 1 'I, Kraft paper. But technical advances have been making price is of little consequence-as the so-called "used auto- Now, a jury was being selected to decide the winner's ,
t' :", 4 i 4 great strides, and fine papers now can be made from the mobile" market abundantly! proves. Throughout the coun- fate .-

''i. I, J pulp of Florida-grown trees. try, 1947 automobiles bring bonuses of from $400 to $1500on A bewhiskered prospective Juror was asked, Have '
I rI i, ,' the used-car: lots and dealers report that there is no you formed any opinion as to the guilt or innocence of this
9 ,, A dearth of purchasers defendant!" I Your idle
I There are two services which newspapers render to mone
\\1" The loosening of the regulations on time-payment "I ain't Sir."
their readers which the radio cannot offer. purchases has been a factor in keeping sales of expensive "Do you object t'o capital l punlshmenu""No

l lj, The inability of the human ear to remember what it articles at the peak level. When families run out of cash, sir.ee," was the prompt reply, "not in this case,
I hears as long or as accurately as the ability of the human they .can keep on buying on liberal installment terms In, I don't!"-Clewiston News. I Gin earn
some fields, such radios evidence of .....-.
fl t eye to register what it sees, is epitomized in several common as overproductionis
d apparent especially of unknown brands But staple, ad-
"Seeing is believing "You can't believe
: ;
? g 'j expressions
vertised goods of all kinds are selling well. 2-
," all you hear," "If you see it in The Stuart News, it's so,1. believe that this is a healthy economy REALTOR HITS

t .fo' "1 see it with my own eyes" Economists for industry shake their heads when

{ r ,J In actual practice, this fact inculcates in the public they start talking about the long-time future. So do the POLICY *"" Per Annum | .t'
economists for the labor unions All of them are concernedwith PEPPER STAND I
mind a general distrust of information heard on the radio. /
what might happen if had on. II I
I we a depression accompanied
At the time! it braces confidence in
same public the
t f newspaper '
by high prices. It has never happened in this country. Insured Savings'Accounts
t There are very few exceptions to the general belief It has happened in many other countries. And it is defini- Orlando, Sept 18-HNS) -

j I' that if you see it in the newspaper it la true. Of course tely an unpleasant prospect M. J. Moss, Jr. Orlando real In building a new I .
the effort of the newspapers in America to tell the truth estate operator and Republican The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Cor rI

i and avoid both libel and damage suits by hewing to the COMMENDABLE ACTION candidate for Congress from the homo, B. SURE of lion insures individual accounts: to 5000. Band "

f line is responsible) for the growth of confidence in the (Miami Daily News) Sth District in the 1M general FOUR CORNER wife may have total of 15,000, fully his".:*.
r' On Jan 1, 1949. it will be unlawful for cattle to roam First Federal savings accounts are legal inv
printed word, and this is a service now definitely Ingrain. at large on the roads and of Johns election took Issue with Senator Cuu
highways St County, STONES)-GOOD for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by
ed in the American public which the radio cannot change The voters of St. Johns voted in a ratio of five te one to Claude Pepper last week for Administrator and Executors.

r i The human brain is incapable of carrying more than ratify an act requiring the fencing of livestock, thus elim- saying that the Russians art LAND GOOD
t inating a serious hazard which has threatened motorists. like mountaineers in this country Call or Write
a few figures in the memory atone time. Few persons undo PLANS, COODCONSTRUC
r W St Johns is the 15th County in Florida to approve .
simple arithmetic in their heads. Consequently the
such a law, a further victory in the war against ".openrange" Born In Plneyl e. Ky. situated .
,' renders a service in compiling statistics about FEDERASavings
newspaper which has been FIRST
t waged for several years, In the Cumberland Mountains TION
i everyday living which, even if imitated 6r duplicated by : Many will wonder that the effective date is established MOM claimed that he was AND GOOD

h t Eq the radio, would not be of the slightest value. The only so far in the future. Unless such a delay had been allowed raised la Bell and Harlan Counties I INSURANCE.ED and Loan AssociatioB

way that anybody can utilize statistical information is by it would have been 'impossible for stockowners to among mountaineers who
} comply with ita requirements. Passage of this act will of Indian River County
having the figures set down in black and white In' front were taught "to support the MAPP
l .y necessitate the construction of fences by farmers allover
j) of them where they can examine them with their eyes. The St. John County task,which .will require time and one Government rather than have VERO BEACH, FLORIDAD

; 4 !I ear is of no value in this connection. E.A.M. which will be accompanied by no small expense Thus it i the Government support them. Bwy Kind .( 1512-20th Street

). ; was necessary to allow enough time to elapse to permit "Never did we think that Senator Insurancenonell R. W, SedKwlck: SecretaryTreasurerMember :
SHORT CROP compliance. Pepper would have the nerve Federal H6me Loan Bank and red
The action which the voters of St Johns to the Communistic !.a Arcade
County have
Fl compare
4 t In a farming community, Eliza Higgins the champion ,taken is Savings and Loan Insurance Corp
worthy of commendation and the
points way for people of Russia with the honest -
grumbler. To Eliza all people and all things are but the remaining 52 Counties. of Florida. Only when every Ood-fearlnj mountaineers 1 Current dividend rate..
fit for complaint. County in the state has law will
subjects a fencing. the highways be of Georgia Alabama, Tennessee, -
i n Last fall the county agent called at E iza'. farm ands safe for motor traffic Virginia. Kentucky and the Car- .

; much to her displeasure Insisted upon congratulating her oltnas." he said- West '
Now Under Personal Supervision of f, I Palm Beach DirectoWHEN
upon her most successful farming season Her cotton he ; Voss termed Pepper an apostle
+. 1 said, was wonderful, her corn magnificent, her truck,crops EARL B. DUGAN, ,'. of Joe Stalin and said he was .
"J the most bountiful in the county, and her potato crop ah, Owner "attempting to stamped the IN WEST
that was the most wonderful of all 1 I' memories of our forefathers and THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE

ff But Eliza, buried In her usual impenetrable gloom, St. Lucie BarAND prostitute the principle by
refused to be gratified which wo Americana lire", "a HAWTHOKl. 1
If.. "Mrs Higgins" chided the agent, a little nettled at H. charged that PePper'1ltatemen' Cal
her lack of enthusiasm, "you must admit that potato crop GRILL was "a screen to de- ROOFING
812 Clematis
fend and promote Russia and St.
of yours is the finest in the state I" DINING ROOM CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER further the alms of the Soviets,* '1OCPING-IIII11
l "Wai, I reckon it 'is," Eliza grudgingly admitted. "but Line of Choice I Furniture and] ...,..o-VIJITI.A

' where in Meddler.the heck are the bad ones for the hogsT", -Miitsioaippi and CORDIALS LIQUORS, 'WINES i Prevent wed Dr... Keep' nor-- House Furnishings 0P1'ICLUII meaty" '." erarsnula'" GWY1I ...,,Jt AT..COIIIII.

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CIAL, 'NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.:Items MART fore thli before HARTMAN paper noon most on ,Wednesday retch Society the Editor newspaper {:

m- TeUphMM U-W Office Phone SOII'VIZATIONS


FOR William J. Matheson, Jr., wee Mr. and Mrs Ed L. Barton and I St. LUcie River that they planto ALEX McPHERSON 4

iii OREN Flora SIFT.Mae Stanley M school Handy-Mathers Nuptials a Saturday business visitor In baby, SutJan, and Mr. and Mrs John Hall Gets return again! la November or REPORTS FOR COURSE

&WOQcHhat Miami. Wilson Harvey and son, Aaron, December. And next summers' 7i-
has :
-4- Greenville C. Sept; IS-
1 In a aeries of thy tan Solemnized Here Thursday W H. -Bill- Mitchell ot The returned Saturday night from a Sailfish on Eve visit home, they\ say, will be for Capt.. Alexander1 McPherson of
nations foe children will IDe thrse-week: vacation trip. Th three months If present planscan
Stuart News advertising stall Stuart, ria.: r reported pert Monday + f
ucted at the health head- be carried out.
I Bartons visited her parents, Mr.
returned last week from sum i'r'
:.Vs at the school at, 331: l{ and Mrs. Mitchell Hartman in Of Departure 1 Highlight of the Actor for a two-week reserve officer -
In the New England: .
met spent training course in troop r
. Wednesday Hall was Sunday/ t.tor: of a
New Brighton, Faand the Harveys -
next States and Canada. He visited
r carrier methods and planes at tho
Taylor, P-TA health 8ftin. sailfish! theDisGrac.
i | ware: guests of relatives In
his former home, WUllamsport,, ; Air Base, head-
; Greenville
Hall his wife
man, and her committee New Burlington Ohio. Jon and !, Francis with Capt. Bob Ful-
Pa, and then Joined the staff ol quarters of the tth Alt force
assist -41- Langford, Stuarts movie celebrities ford. With him were his wile
the Hamilton Inn in the Adirondack He will be assigned to the 37th.
Mrs, C. T Gibson of Great and ho parents Mr and Mrs
which was operated by I ended their vacation here Troop Carrier Squadron while
falls, 8. Ci. Is visiting her slat r, C.C. Langford, and her brother,
CHES OBSERVE: Uth James Reardon. Jr., this summer yesterday and flew their Navlon undergoing this training whichIs
Mrs. M. Walker, for two weeks. Richard Langford Landing at
DING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Reardon and two C. being given under the dlr-c-:
. and :Mis. JamBird children are expected home the Accompanied by Mrs Walker's plane to Hollywood to begin new the Lighthouse, they posed for tlon of the 14th Air Force with I
li, well.known winter vis- last of this month daughter and Jtrind.ton, Mrs tours of duty. Refreshed from I photographers and Hollywood headquarters at Orlando Fla.
her from :ICalamaaoo, I Hanson Tilton and Randy they sun and-surf bathing and'sport newspapers will be showing 1 thou Capt McPherson\ a veteran

,celebrated their 60th wed. Joe M. Phillips Jr., left last took a week-end sightseeing tripto fishing on the Gulf stream they California fishermen how's Its ATC pilot with five!years serviceIn
anniversary at their noon Silver Springs,returning Mon- were so pleased with their vaca-I done at Stuart' Fla',P'Hall World War II chiefly\ In the
week for Lexington Va., to compete I
ilamaxoo Sept. T. They were to day. tion at their new home on the expects to begin 'work CBI Theatre: He Is the son ot .
transfer from V.MI. '
red In the Issue of the Kal- -. within the next few weeks on Mrs George McPherson and resides l
,00 Gazette that day, a copy) Georgia Tech. C. M Walker, Stuart jeweler, Al Mathers, Jr., of Manteo, N. the filming of Trine of In Stuart with his wife I,p
itch has been received here. Is upending. a two w:eks vocation C. arrived last week to visit his I thieves". Miss Longford will Betty, and son Al-xandcr ageS ,
-- Vlek Mrs C H. Heath ot 103 St. with his parents In Union S. C parents on Slypmann Blvd. and begin a new radio contract over .
Lucie Crescent returned! last Ho will ulna visit, 'other relative to attend the marriage of his CBS next Wednesday Her new -- -
SUNLESS week from Maynard, Mass,, before returnIng sister, Miss Alice Ann Matlrrs, program will Include Don Ameche APPliCATIONS ,
. and Mrs Joseph Oreenleei In North Carolina I William J. B.KM. ._..... tfuart, and
she went to bring back 4
talned Saturday night ale her sons, Andrew and William ..to.Irving Handy:--_---..and.---Frank.- ._Morgan--_._- ---- P41MW._Sim'!,____
tables of bridge at theIr Wood Jr She and the boys had --
on Palm City Rd. Their Air lunch with her sister In Massachusetts -
a were Mr. and Mrs William boarded a noon plane
atheson; Jr, Mr. and Mrs and had 7 p. m. dinner here with
U. Menntnger, Mr. and Mrs Mr. Heath and their son, Jim
Ashley, Mr. and Mrs Bar- Wood. It was the, first time the
wery, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs x family had been together In
French. Prize for )high' seven years The Heaths re-
went to Mrs French and cently purchased the Gerald P. Customers of this Office
consolation to Mr Mennln- Murphy place on the Crescentand 1

plan extensive alterations
this season
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Howard Roberts Bliss, Jr.. of =
, and Mrs William Ellis and 00, Weavervllle N C., it bark In Stuart "
children/ of 1731 Flagler Ave. After winter vacation. visits WHO HAVE SUFFERED n
leave Saturday for Green here In previous years he has '
Springs to! make their home announced that he now plansto
has hem a member of Thet make this his I permanent t
News press room staff for I MRS. IRVING A. HANDYA home. H) Is staying at the Vic- 6
Jean and MM.: EJlls and tory Hotel.
hter, Barbara also have Presbyterian nuptial service Handy, daughter of the bridegroom I -1--

employed by The News durthe Thursday in the Woman Club i I were In white taffeta I II M. r William and Chuck Cor-
Lack of housing: nell of Washington, D. C., are
united Alice I Ann Mathers andIrving Paul, served
Young as
mmodatlons here has caused other winter residents who have HURRICANEDAMAGE
A. Handy The Rev.I man for Mr. Handy and
come to stay They
of residence. He
change Charles A. Carriel performed the, Mathers, Jr.. seated the be.t.. Saturday after selling out theirbusiness
be employed as a linotype
ring ceremony at the 4 guests
tor by thlr'l.Oreen Cove Interests In Washington e
p. m. candlelight service which Mrs Mathers flowered Hp
idea of the
with the \ entering
igs newspaper.rl was followed by a reception at fon with white accessories. and -
: Tlllman wlU take his placee the club. Mrs Mark Smith, mother of the business field. here..
News staff The white satin bridal gown brld:groom. In a dusty pink I Mr and Mrs. E.: 11:. Hllder-
with fitted bodice ana fuU skirt crepe suit were assisted In receiving brand, Jr.. of Miami have announced
VTONFLATTTIALS with court train and trimmed: guests at the reception, the birth of a daughter,, .. ,
ANNOUNCED with seed pearls, was by Mrs Karl Krueger and Geraldine Dianne Elaine, Sept. 7 In MiamI. '
, and Mrs. Gilbert O Platt ding dress of the bride hor.'r. ,i Maine, M rs Krueger also I Mrs.Hlldcrbrand Is remembered i ; i t: i
anta Ana Callf. have anted Mrs A. L. Mathers. The fingertip .! assisted In; the altar I decorations her as the former Lorraine ". ,
the marriage of their Illusion veil was held In place of palms and ferns, centered Crews. rr
hter, Elizabeth Marie, to by coronet of seed )pearls The with a pyramid arrangement -' e -
las William Clayton. The iridex-glven In marriage by her of white chrysanthemums' Among those accompanying Are Requested to Send Us ;
took place Sept. 12 at I :
ing father-carried an orchid on a and white gladioli.The the base ball team to Pompano
Episcopal Church of the white satin prayer book. She wedding, scheduled for I Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harris *
lab. wore a pearl necklace! the gift Wednesday' vas postponed be.: Lowery. Mrs Lowery, Jr., Mr. '',
e bride' is the niece of Mrs. of the bridegroom. I cause of the hurricane and out- and Mrs Glen DeBerry, Jack L. ,; Immediate. Report so that
is Lowery, of Stuart and Mist Rose Civerko maid of of-town guests were preventedfrom Coleman, Chart Rue, Webster ; .
her mother,bas visited here honor, wore pink marques'tte attending I Ordway, Mr and Mrs Jerry 4, in' <-, -
cntly over taffeta and carried an arm After a wedding trip Mr. and Smith Mr. and Mrs Dudi:
bouquet of pink gladioli Miss Mrs Handy will live at their new! Dodge Mr. and Mrs Bob Ralstln 'J! Claims can be adjusted and
ROBS CHOOSE Edith Matthews,' bridesmaid, home on North Denver Ave. Both and Mr.'and Mrs. Newt Chase ,
RT PERMANENT HOME wore a matching frock of blu are well-known here, being graduates -I e .... "
and Mrs. Henry Werrch\ of with similar bouquet. of Martin County High I Robert S. Hill returned to ', ,
ester, N Y, who last winter Little Joyce Hall M flower girl School. He Is a member of th Stuart last week after spending Paid Promptly. Your cooperation
I their first Florida vacation was In white organdy and the Stuart Post Office staff and she four months at his Northern
uart. arrived\ last week to candle lighters. Isabel Mathers, has been employed at Bess Hard summer home, Lake Hill Lodgeat
this their permanent home. sister of the bride, and Gall ware Store. Snallwood, N Y. Hill moved '
will be
are living at the MtLan his winter residence last year appreciated.
on Akron Ave. until they Mrs John Coventry and daught Mrs Mary Fortson, former welfare front Fort Lauderdale to Stuart
or build a home. Welrch Is er, Miss Edith Coventry bad as worker In Martin County and plans to spends eight monthsof
red fireman of Rochester heir guest last week Mrs. D E.I who Is now stationed In Jacksonville each year here.
for many years has been Gideon of Lakeland, Mrs Gideonwas I was a Stuart visitor e -
lated actively with the a family friend when they FrIday. Mr and Mrs Joe Qreenlees
ester baseball club ot the lived In Duluth, Minn. moved Sunday from the Slocum
national League as a scout rr Dale Hipson drove to Gainesville apartment on Palm City Rd. to
11 continue this activity as Col. Alvin C. Voris, USA (Retired last week end to register forth I their home at Tropical Farms
rlda representative. He flew I >. returned last week to his fall term at the Universityof 'The apartment will be occupied C. B. ARBOGASTREAL r t
last week and Mrs. Welrch' home at the France Apt He Florida. He will !return Mon- by Mr. and Mrs Charles Slocum
Periled W. a Mitchell to' spent six weeks visiting his day to begin regular classes, and baby son who moved here is
t In their car. brother, Dr. Henry Voris, and Ala week from Texas. isl
I IeRe' family In East 81 Louis, 111, relatives Mr. and Mrs.-Tom Sutterfleld ; ; ESTATE WATERFRONT PROPERTIES INSURANCE !l!
and Mrs Ralph In Weoga and went on to of Fort Pierce Pore Sunday Mrs. Charles left Moncfu
hill of Evanton, HI, Mrs Canada to visit West Palm Beach guest) of his parents Mr. and night for Toledo to visit her son-; 210 ST. LUCIE AVE., STUART PHONE 127 ill
en) Richard of Mt Clemens, cousins at their summer home/ Mrs W. B. Bruner, at Jupiter in-law and daughter, Mr and'
. and Mrs. W. R. Richard Island. Mr. Bruner's daughterand Mrs. Jack Kehle. From there >-i HiWhy
usaa,Wls,have been guests Mr and Mrs. C. A. St. Onge family, the Karl Kruegers, she will go to Detroit to visit her
r. Churchill's parents, Mr. left last week for New Orleansto of Stuart and Miss Aurlel Ober- Sixteen family, the Clyde Fairs
Mrs L Van Mess of Palm take their IOn. Donald, to enter haus also were guests for the She expects to return home the
Tulane University. day. middle of October, _

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'i. 111 SERVICES OFFEREDIllllllllIhlltllllllhllllllllillIIIllltllllhllhl 'A" a ,. T' AY& I NOTICE OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO REGUTER ,::": ..:=.::" .......0... .....

I It. .. &. 14 A IT. 0.... .. : :
LAWN 1110\\( Las fcharptnrd aiodiepalred. ) NoOks to .bsenbo elms tOni III. nodnrniunnd ::1..: .. :: : :
I.i [SpuUl for Stuart M p. I \. I K Continued/ From;;; Tag Ont) ondns In .ponolnlnas. uS C.....- .... Bill 01 eo.'I"A ...:
) OTIThiTWNZ1IAPEDI. .lou 50501. l.n of FIori4. Stun OSloG. '
R331FI mm 'I Custoinen. Brine; flower in before AC"O" '10k Wort*'a .P1IIIT1i1L. 0 thony 3rd; and flea will ........ sitS tAn CIteS. ofthu A: 0. 'i: tho Intl dont.
hllhaatmvualala A c; I. .
; '" IIIII Cimulo Count I. sod toe MoeOtn .. '
noon and ", ll ha\e it, w'. "laaa alalcw II 0 "II A NT & eHildr. Lam and Count 910uSd., moo ennn-lsn 55 penof N ... r .: OIDINlD: ""eonn5
to take home same di'iV. r< rreat-lrand.1 of tubllraUoa af tola Mtloa to* tuSk '' ..
rudy (0 < AIM :t ParfornSJ 0 TI! C; AN. O I lyr, and Sandra IKxii aaeaa, ra-wltl. .,... "::. : ":..

Collins Good i IIwwkcrphig' J i ft, Viitt4 Not anrllillK L I I. C 0 N .. 0 A 5 II NO I and William H. C.nnte sod .:: h04 "
Khop 207* Orange Ave, loll 1 13 13, la About, THC SALEM PARK 00. : : ;
At Starke.
; W Hind .LA S I" I. I. 1TP I i II..... oJ .
II ,1.1,1. c. ." tOnIREa01. : ..
;, .
lUTES: 2e rm WORD OKDIV.AIU ) Pltrce 11*. j i iiFepI 0 '**u : t flrpi'ra/; : : L. 0 :'III! R Cit Owner of Anthony Economy under whloh I will anvaa ,la oaalaaaaha ... .. D. ;... tilt ,
,1 M1MMIM: : ; 35c Kill Hi I Kt. :ft 9lStHIN > I U, U, ,; : .All cameto >.hi> mr priailpal akua af bualaaaa taftatoraa E "tl
!Ifcjrt A S 0 e her Mr Anthony I
:. I I.r"lIh': 45 01-ben I //III Grocery Martla eo..<,. Florida that"
; WORDS) no PrR UOltD IAF1T1LS 4 I1 n>lirMI builda 1..1. to nutS bnoinsnn, 10W
I ..'o14*, w004A1l II II cpos in 1924 helped wrtyihi -ChsPOOvin,
: 17 I (. IMU'HINT: "MUHt" ::1: \ (I: IXTHn.r.l : .t'mtll 'H lL1iuTONL ... 5ni-u.. VIne.do .
M1MMI.M I 5vi 10K I
ti 0.11' ft lhal alarrhN.utlc.l A I 0 ON III B .PIt at then bought
1IlBdnhll ,ld( treadle IIiI" M led nf "tJ I Rio; .. that I'h... uennn OSlo. pnnnsu Ia.loosWdIno.Id { :' GUNK.t
,:VI V. olm. I your titnloli t nul F I I 0 1. t A ct out Cohere Grocery lcre and ho.in.... : IMR y A
l ; k of
an electric nititur. larU i to tha I = t nMItPK O0LDITO14&0,0i. .
lllIIlIllllIllllllIlIulullIllullllllulHArAHTMENTS- '- ,, ;; : ;; 1 I "Service> f..r all makM, .,.hi Rn"l (I'OolO dun, < _HlblaU. iilan4aaltlamaal 1' A S f E E T Up_ law two d:cad s of activity in II. 00.. 11. 0.1. .. : -:: z: '':.I! l, h'

400 ( .II Ow' oil. Ilian the town business life ---- ____ hll.
: ', FOR RENTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiinuniiiiiiiaj Box <69, bert I'irrre > LEGAL AOVERTUEMENT:
: u'l Mtairf* HI. Also l LIcAL
llmm: tMAu \ Born In Joncsboro Oa., on ADvur'--'
IHIh. St. l|* aIJa i. tlty In _
( I 7 U, .I. !*H; :sept 1I.18.uI l : : 14 ,:iSI. : iVmiarmnU. M *,':'I,:: "' :: i :1.-- Feb. 26. 1875 he married. Ila May IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT FOR THE INJ \ coun PINIT
I.t U *
: '1, '"' nO NoakI Elhcredge Hodges Jan. 18. 1897 : \ TII4 :::
Tla Ir"LOR
'l..1' fen
I : : : ,
!ioU I) 1IIIIM.WI' will buy old Jl I: ;::: :: l 01 a ; N at Dempsey Oa, engaged In CHANCERY :

....... iron 5flc |I"'r lit) Stout... \ I lorl i< II,-2,,, lilron t. I.lrl,". Aromatic.I.dln.' ao.<"4" business at B:rlln Oa whore heserved NOTICE Ca.o TO Na. APPEAR ISM cStEIY.ATI IIY 'OIIPI: ,

PurtfVpl 1 ....i ''l. eq f. (waat orlnK. town Mayor and NOIRE :
j iTa s ,- 1 I;; iTIir i -- ---- - at the to coZj0'
i; 'U' :;i t. 111 tit ; 11 II. tO.IIRS&'lIltEM. 1 I' _l__ Cnncrdaat Wholly RICHARD MACK was active In the lumber. business !- I.' '5. ... .4 iSo SUta ol PI......

r.r.i; :rt; r.; t ;:;} n n inJJ -(.miles "Healtti i -; \ r-- n I '4 14 M. OthariMaa1.: In South Georgia and at duos PAStA, Catr..lalnaatiJANtt t : : -::"ofesu S. .""' .
. n Mark 3D-vear-nld war veteran inS dnunn. hIslt7" : "
\ I Ij : -4- : _ _4._ 11. Trotiblaaana Perry and Oreenvllle In North t tMNK :. :
(..armniH liuliviiliiatl lltMenrtl '- 11 STVPMAN ..d'_ mIOitOhoEjaoofi.1nnnOe
m'm m.. : 1< r. "V plant hat taken the oath an the t <
ti ii hep at aL \ "' '
U O5boIllutiIi Florida betors coming HTYIHANN :
j by "1,111'11"; |ree Jolt: : ,
.. :.. di.'r'l 11 I tllltrIt. third member er the tlorlda fraternal Dtfaadaala. bc SnstiObu.nloO:
;,: ,. : 11110""" lint. T. (". + :! 12 f :ii, -I Worlnlraah Railroad and Public Utilities Long active ln.jd.vlc. ,I. ISO *ai..a of IS. a.... al ....... hou"Iso.
active ? : ,'J
'nd M and church affairs he was : .
Phone Stuart S-U. If :
I a :ilJ krldfaiinUT Commission sueerrding the In NOTICE TO APPEAR ...
I I \# iI1 iiji tl. co tI.ay In Masonry and the Shrine WOhiOMiSk 1.II.::: ..w.,;
:. '" ATLANTIC ('OtRTAPKTMETS LIT rs'Clv you a free. : dcnion- I lat W. B. Babt Douglass. Georgia wj a member of the TO t**. traaiaa ..d'_ I... Straaioaa. ': :':
'I <,, ;w. ;u JoY I i; 47 28 1 : orpone OS Commissioner Mark was ,ap aad If laorrM, .. .. __, ....... :.::: : : tushe '
ulrstion I ef the new ; World a : 'h.00o.r "
IlumseyI the mem- '
4 DdiIeui Woodman .... fcor naaaand, .h_ addraaa. I .
I Bp.
,: \ MIMU. H.OKIDVl ) ,\ I;let,trie Mower ( tits high gransI : ," 7 Jot I ST ..> pointed, Governor (;'jldwell ber of Stuart KIwanIs Club and .Ia.. o! ............ ,. .n....... : :toinoi\ : nosOlo.oetu.usioInnn :

; 1'In' I h' tI*,'''ralod. lullv Iquipprd: I and tough, weeds Bean Ilard- I; t 19.* kind Dart *f ehaII for the remainder of )Douglass. took active part in Stuart Busl-! adds's IIIIWKLL. and TITUS pOon. 01 1n-nnood.n-.otd.sun 'W'10 ._.. :: '.: :: .:

4 l II o HIM kd pint Aparlinetitsiow I' ,ware ('0. rhone 38. .4 3! )7 35 Maadow nouMII term and will\ run for election Association. A Ht 'i ''' TIhth.llb disof '
: !" If1 -i' fj.31 ssmens: | I "'''':'It
: Artlrla it ::;:;; t, 0.-004 ahuns : .
stMMin RATES; 1 1I In next springs primaries, the 111 TITUs .5.den. ANtOn coCs.has
;11 f fII 16 flaorad imac.IT tlme'devot'd member of i .. itS pinin" 0' ...''d.... .I. ........ .. Ad- tho mini, .
,f- 'II I. %W a ;4J And aotII. was announced Baptist Church he served as I COti050LI. (GIIIYONII _.... foe ci.Pnk.

TeIeihune9l3ZiiiinItuoulIlk.IllIIl4sllll.Ill | tern for keeping wage and : < Orlnd tnf.tkrrII ------------- hh..." aM an Tonton ins 0mM 0. ., an*. .... lilt. IsiS, 15t5.
'iU __ ___ .'_ I I hour, withholding tax and sue-1 j 44 .S.n.. "74 I' On. lnd.nnlt.llt:\ 1111I11I1111I111111I1111111111111111111111111I11 deacon for almost 50 years.Mc Clhhon.JifKTHA.,
fif" i * i ij 4EtiofueS and Mn Anthony celebrated M' OIHBON8.:: and ERTHA: LEGAL ADVERri5DIEIffAa
lal reports when. .
security M CIHIIUN8, k Wife. dmurd. wkoMf
you : a
j ; "1 "ijj *7 sa"3T ci eeed their 50th w-ddlng anniversary addoun sod Cmi'. raild.aoa .la naFRANK '1'.......;..; P;..
FOR SALE ) have 10 or more emilny-eea.' eLoidmastuolT SALERNO NEWSBy Jan. J8 this y.,,,r. i b0..... ..., Ilia, III'
II See UH todar Ask for these at .14 56 Isl F : W. POPE. FR.. aVurawd. NOTICE
3\ ,; llllHIHIIIIIllliilllllllllllllll& : --" His friendly nature and philosophical .
the Muart zcewo of fit. tf I ::1: : JUliA *. POPE d .M .d, FRANK W.
: i titofuo MRS' O D. QUGLEIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll toward life, Y'JI'l K. JR.. ..4.. and MARIA DHICF .
: ':' Hill !'.\U:: \\ e.1LhOUSe,** > j"..tr&i i sa f ''' : III tt: := attitude .oto hup .... AdmlnlMmlrtabut. .< NOTWIMbn-on-lofu.lh.50 of Intrra.l lawrnnot. tara "

,,,, rr. Sit* til t U \. llallfries in.Ifata DO TOLl have trouble with your endeared him to many here and of FRANK W. POPE JR d.i ... nato t't.n-jd.' Pnno.u|
hens not laying: Then. use I, loa -- .I. W :.. O aubtla Inrl.lllaII. his loss will\ be felt by the entltt ...d.. .,.., _,..... .to at 441 ( ::';I ;: ;
,nditmil, nnd liht* hulhs* Mn TalUh.'or,1ori'd.
| ; lmon.U.a ,Jack Saundfnon presl- B.... St,. l>.r....,. Rnok FUrldiIHARLEit \ la ,. J"fril
I Sill! OU .3'1'. P, (I. DulU, : lieu I'an-a.min. Stuart Fred I ( CnmmotloaII d?nt. opened the P-TA m ttlng community '. POPE:, _....STELLA A. M Octobrr 7th 1141 (_ ;
: I Store if1 5 : fI.r Hoad cook H. POPE >no ...._ la K w. IllS ta MARTIN COUNTY. dmriM
I' :smart. i 10. Laid naaaura. Sept. > at the achool house with LECAL ADVERTISEMENT: .... N... York, N. Y.t'HAN :WWII _
"Sept 11. IK* ;--- hIOl'kln..1 .. pledge to the Flag and J( DA VIII PO'1. ...h_ ...1.
I.. TRI'SES.la'Ue! a song IN THE COUNTV JUDCK COURT IN 5,0.. 10 Ii. I ItWInre .... t.on-wut.. All that part .f tbt ...,,. .
knee pads anklets. etc Stuart America Mrs Shelby McOul. AND FOR MAaTIN COUNTY FLORIDA.NO Chaaery Bay IT hi I.
I.I I Ilk !s\lt' :: < ,'itl.K''is and lob ley the devotional sun Jj'.tiURfTH: POPS HEJlU&, 4.itonnd. .. Town.hla SouUl r,7
I Drug lory tf HOBE SOUND SPECIAL l BEACH gave using asher .. U.HOY N. HIITJt1I ...,......- 110 ,
LW THE ( nthr* m*. t u'*'It l4lt' lot' sale I IM TOOt MOTOR mort w
subj'ct .
:: ::; ,: with1fuiniluie I SPESnR" "Prayer"Wndelt IWTATK O KDWAaO: HALL I IIAIiItsoricg nod .idrnn. onhuoo. ThuPornn..enuns U "t lrr4 toIN :
Oik* I**tut* Mantr, : fir women Wakru Martin County ......... JOHN porK HkXTER _Ido_ end OS sdonrttnn.otTIflCRUSTEEHOPiamao
.. ..
Ikf.II',, MIU** hut else Men .belts. urlla Downey (Continued from pagf One) (Continued From Page!! One) High School band director told TO CREDITORS ""r.VANS aAN"ALL 'Drl uudn-e. D.IIANI .

"li"-re vnu* must see thIs rot 1101 Orange Ave tortPierce l's) AII. 1'IUIOI\oH CAVING (cl.AIM >AIL PilI'''' dnsun-d. .. ,......... PROVEMENT FUND
d"", k, on the I ilv r side were dei Such a plan was suggested by of plans of trying to start the lilt .MANIIH "GAINof'TMK EbTAT.: '" fen.
,_. .
I .nhno. W rojott .
nd ill UdiBY
; ,. I IRC is Ir is has .quality and I Phone 197.;M fur appointment .111111'11I'd i ) days Ball I
honest* pritp 1 to meet Jour If 's west side disappeared ago Martin County In the band who lied" ,thai d'h.of- yoa naulnrd n.e.heu-4,8 on "at la ..d..... .n....... let.citoIk.psosnnt Fund .0 ::
it that it could
L I terms* \uii** tan now lute jour I 11111111111111111111I111111I11I11111I11I11I11111.) *,,11 d! i tl1l') Wat' 'r surged all th' way not made apparent building both structures are eligible. "110 .tJiS 4 all ..ioio.n. ........d. .hl.h tOo ......... Nav.ITRIMA 100 (r..ot'OPI.Ass.Minor 54.0aoioC.on d* MILLARD r. CALDwm
approve of yoiTTtaW noinnt
own* I linnu. luilt* at "Oak I.ane and you ar .Ilker .
\ *lu tie railroad embarkmtnt Mrs Saunders had ) Inn.P. .
ol :
WANTEDllhlllllhIhlllllllllllIIlIhllhitIliltlllIlIlli I charge kaa, af Kdawd H.ll ralte deos.sd
financed When / ,
separately HKNnKL. A..I
M Iall"r" at "Kio 1 lo sjil }nuVIII I 1 level of President F MOon tin. Judaa, of KIITH T IndlrMaally nod
up t 1\1 he the business me'ting She r:ad In (tho of Coutitr .. 0 ardlaa ol MARILYN PATRICIA' 0. ELLIOT One.
Ih I take mutUJRr* lor any :: !: : L Spencer house. Spencer could thy SRD attitude was explained plans for the Mrs, W Murtlo L 'nnie. flnrlda. la ,0.. tounHnuat I 1't'lIt. M,nor. vhoM ...Id_ la SM"MAI Tent,.. I. I 'Pittsns.

; olhir.. iiiijrmjlu* **n fur mnltaflok ,* \\'.\NTt.l): lour neat wlrni j jib' make no Cntlma of his loss here by Crary, the committees year read LMerrtU nbadir.I Dluart moatha rtorUa lena" wltllla loa 4..rlahtHI ofV I. KI'INK'F, SnCosdos.. .. c..'. 4. ll. ii. ... rw L
chaIrman. .
t : ;*, : .. far. ytlu* *see hullder at ur Applunte rrpairini; Prompt | yest 'rday but reported all boats wre: elected choose SaundTs. as th program Ion the Three ., firm" ..hll.."... of xtlto. ath....-.ia> or>I atonittan a JACKHON Taolamaat aa of En.nn.Oct. VANS LEGAL ADVERTIStMENTv i
: program year. dalmi driit4 olil' be bamdhr _
"("O.iH me Manor:' ., tSi untie reasonable building ,,ere safe and I 1 the seventh member and mad'I roar or ... RANUALU POPE d aMii..d.. .bo.. end.deoo. .
': ** IAlllty ; :;: ; : prlcrt. : t ill the bit' Immediate plans to start work. delegates wIre appoint to attend I, llf.liill.ii.. of .law. Knellnmm.. or'maa4 ,I. III Caaar Itrart Danounu ii'MAaTIN COUNTY JUDGeS COW
ntktt'"k, !'. Phone 117 day ur night. ( lirtelopher untouched I the council In Hobe <> n.i.i Da .la wrltlnt and tr.uatrflKr Itoarh Florida COUNTY, FLOHIDi
county .
of nuidouo euxi
uiun lb.emit.'
.tSI ::, pi I'n.5\ (thtInI.* Electric: Shop Stuart' The adjoining[ Steel Boats tnc.. THREE BIRTHS AT Sound In October: Mrs Fred nSA... of ll., ...,...... nod a u.tbe JOHN addma H. anknowaJULIA roPR, daoaaard. raaldaaaaaad IN KKOARD THE ESTATS 1 I
u. ; also was awash and the lower iwota to by thr rlilinaat' bin aiT.atr !
___ __ STUART HOSPITAL Pedersen Mrs Hobson Reddish 'I hte attor.ifr. the lanvf w ili .lou.... .. ... .
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I 1OR( !SMf.: 1' anil 1 h.p. I.aukon I bird of the buildings outside LfcN. a h. aoaa .Ido
... .. ..
i WSNlLDllan 1 Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stiller of and Mrs, M. Savtell air.t..nlrd engines: .. AlsoIrritation : or woman pre-I turiui, II "as, mined by the high lUd Uila tea dar of Aucua. A. 0 FINAL DISCHARGE OfADMINISTUTRIX

pumps% timer Mo- sentabje appearance. for dio'I, I wit rt. llwcv. both boats Salerno have announced the L, C Clem'nts gao: a very In. '.9... hnRVS HAIL FAtir. A ll MtRWIN. ca.. _.... MA .

tor. (0. If (ta door work In hllll huh | birth of a son Sept. 19 Mr and frestlng talk on "The Child I MbKWIN' daera.od, A. O
sale were'len : ItIJ.
: ton neurlj ready for I \. Mnnrlrlllarr E:oeie,000t I toteS JR., wkaM raaWaaoa .la J.a- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COMCOH I
I I with Notional Home Improve, 1 hugh: and dry by the receding Mrs Harpr Quinn of Jensen Place In the Home Rcfreoh nf Fdw.rt H,II fa.la. drarawdHrllT .... ri-ItS.. 91.,... la b...by >l>ra till I oLM

tOIl SAItMnlt: $It lists 1'ine i mrnt Beach have a new son born during menu were served WINTfHS. A. H, VkARNFR. _..... ANN! C. II.. aiy final. rrlura .. Ate'mam Itka
!Serve, and fllm- tide ..
KaUrv I W..l! Y.'r li rh Oin.Atueeore o.. WAKNtH: widow. rrahUaaa Flaahlaf' 01 E..... of Jmla. C Hull..FraaMd
)' : tipnrss *all"t <<010: MieelniRSoilIX I nI-HI..n.i !Splenilid.. On.mrlunity I The Civic: Center was almost the hurricane W'dnesday, The commute chairman were for mlrllr.ry F..>nilrlafub L. i, n 1. r, that I hose HM. Biy artttaHaiTChana ,

., 't.y ) per; thousand "Straight ': ('all 21!% \'nrd Bcai.li Vrite [ ttummi dcd by water at th, and Mr. and Mrs Tom Butter- appointed at thy executive meet- il.pl. la. II I.... 5 and 0. lOu T. J. tie' STFUBEN daaaaaW. MARY that I will apalr la Ik oLarabla
or I ..... ... Aithar R. ... |
I llh Tr.Ullt.N, ., addnaa tlo. Con"10"
''Ke' lounged and grooved, I' field of Fort Pierce have a Inc Wednesday evening; historian ,LEGAI.ADvEOTISENEOTNOTI.E aakn -
\ : I Box 277 If h Ight ol the storm.which carrlidanay ..... of Nostin, Coonte. 01Stii. ninis.lb .
; Thorough* !) dried See Arthur / Elakeslee fish house behind daughter born Friday morning, Mrs E. A. Baldwin; program FOR AUA 01: ,TIUBEN CAllaUTH.U nOib (.or of O.sueobne. .. 0. 0 0

.' IX In.n, I"i'hoii. Bldg, Phone IIMuarUlU I WANTED: Golf rqulpment; and I !the Stuart Feed Store. Sept. 19.WOMAN'S. Mrs A. L.: M rrltt;'Ifiem- OfVAPPl-ICATION\ DeED45nunoa .. TAX 0,5 ;se.tdn.n-e-. ,nod C ASOUTiCOS.54.. onko..o, horSinkOS tote nlosnno..pravol od.ntnnusteio. nf i.... od. .5 I....,1o. -i.

;. 1 : tft furniture for club house Contact Howard W arttows boat bershlp Mrs. R. R. M'rrttt; hospitality BUI No.. lafIS { :L'i.K.: 05 5ThU0OSI1 udden-.n. of Jost. C. Sos-S., dnesonnd.Isn't's .
.. .. Ullo do, of Aariitt'
-- -I riverfront off Semi- Mrs. Fret' ) Pedersen MITICK* rlrRFBr; Civrif That' ,
Martin County Golf, andCountry 1 1I j house, on the CLUB ; '.VI>""Y nit aTEUagN addeons .001
,(, 'Ok PUl: : Sand! shell and filii i I! Club l tf '1M, Ave was literally gutted publicity, .Mrs O D. Quigley: in-pin And.n..ia and. Allwrta And,...... _,,,,,,,, Onh.._. FLORA >AYLB I use
ha oil liMos .f Tai rlld.-.li Kill .
dirt t,. B Smith* BIX 1010, I maamH_awaK't&muKH' I i iII I and muny valuabb Instruments publication Mrs W, t Merritt; l.iu,,d lh. Ilk dar of A..... .A D ...1.WYNN.... .nh.n.og ITEUBI/I... ....... sodofAlI,1114 La JoneS A.ailal.tratrl,. uncle, 4,50.5,0.nf tba IC ..
!Mturl. I ,.iiiiii.iiiiitIiii* Ill huh.ultIllIOulli lilt hose fifed .nr ..".. i and .
i lucre< lout, U was reported bulletin Mrs. Huddle : lunchroom .. : GRkkLEY O ; too .do pllratwa fir ton Sits II
: !e II_ 18._M IIII-d.-* :i NOTICES I I i Th're were s-attered reports (Continued From Page Ont) Mrs Fred Pedersen; devotIonal .he b....'.. Ikrreon, Sold! CrmriraU a .... TO IRkNbs"tirRIHTEN.. !!: nad If mrM. ... for aatra Adnatot.tfioPohite.tlnu ,

I ? I of broken and craciced; windows The at t-rnoon meeting March Mrs Shelby McCull:y; crea-' I:t-o: :*_ I ho rolk' ;wrna deMr, lird of nrupertyl CkrtotMk Sn r Sn.. Aonus.. u's-I. *. II oil I. ois

I I OK SItE:: b young Jersey pigs. !: :1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflllllll'I( ( E: People." IIr U..rlini 'I'in downtown business firms 24 will be conducted by Mrs. tlonal Mrs Joo Sawtell; finance l:l<>ln.lbitt'muli towltIxrf. oT Martla, Otto Flor kind kno.,.rlnor. ;.i....,. .. .nd,nddrnaROHSl.YH no- -u A :' ADVERTISEMENT '

3 Ril'" floe, I'nland** ( hina. pigo. ,i ( ounly to know Se have not' !I notably large plate glass display Evans Crary chairman of legislation and budg. M rs. W D Blunton; A Hkvk.l New JONES. .lun. ., -'......

0.1] aerks. md* Sn:,.0 eaeh I Mild; our rlritrleal liumneha, :to :;I windows at the A and P41'0i and citizenship and 5*ccoworkers study course; Mrs Harvey Sh"l- n /[I> of s.bov." Lot t, W ."M-; .: an4 W.andrr.. unknown. /lOTICI OF INTENTION TO 011511pICTITIOUO

Ti plinnc* 41,K.4 or' call at < i and Th Stuart News Mrs J. I, Craig. Mrs ton Mrs <;.. Lnl 4 W of RR .. In PH 41. It TTOiMkR. wkoM, nhna af ml- NAMR
mother dme. and
any one He are still tliiineelettric 3' room Harvey P II P S Co Section. I./10. T. 8I" l I. --"---- N, C.
(.rant I lee' '' tesdeme, dolden I t hunt office The widely adopted Conrad Albracht Mrs Horace Homlar summer round-up Mrs. RE. R R. l 1'u-: : soon :7 dtn.nInorposnilon Notha b Ioon n-ises *thol..5.'
and ; .iiot.who
riintratting Appliante ) .. .... C
who. nddro.1 I. 11.. (. FkLCkUKt mim4. sad h. .1. S
date. Sipt 4. 11. 18 : boarding tactics town was Atwood Mrs I.. W. Barnes. Mrs Clem Mathers founders ;K MARX .... AsSO
__ Krpilri. Phone 117 I ; day Mie..mrnt of tka aald amprrtvVnlen JOHN MARX ion Law .1 4
day IIr niht ('lirlsltiphrrLlrttrk ,ri'diipd* with saving consideriblv Roy E. Decker and Mrs F, R Mrs George Osborn iti'S"nth. .old' eeetiTk.t' ,. t.od, 0u. ,Inbr a *o.par..."'hl.* Solos. knilnoiB .. will I't: : OIlS ,::lileil .05.0
NHV Royal Ito1I"llIe: danlUiidts windows Horton of Pion.... Iloekitu. MARX UH08., wkoM ....... .U st'tr.o cull Court I. nd foe 0000 OWPlosid. .
more } and Mn. Td Baumgard- aunts of pond d p.
I I Shop Slujil. 1Utr l "fr. neno wnl"
in nlirk. Immerliale. The city dockWEre! virtually Climaxing the winter season nn, Jr motored to Lulu to visit uld ,.etifie.'Is knll k. redevmml UPI? CDII'ANY. a ..10.I. ..- .. solo -.... II. IMItlM.
delivery lluniphntn Tire &: :. althouch huge will\ be the Installation : law. rorporalloa wans O ; 'I I -- -.._- -. ... undamaged a luncheon bin parents Mr and Mr. Ted .iVMidaa to Ihr arttnivrlirdnmlaetf Jarkvonvlllr. Fla.

Appliance ( ompany. tortlierte mioisitl!:V \\IIIU; and Mat t lallen Australian pine block! at 12:30: p. m April 28 when new Baumgirdner also/ Mrs Baum- hih'.t. liSa Ik."',,Tin nt she ollb roiirl, .told ko...In done th A. H. WARNER INC. a dluotod'r' IAILSPORT RESTAURANT

tla tres Itenoval1iig ..f all!! k;,id< nil uie of th St ( Lucle Ave. and retiring officers will\ be gardn:rsslst'r. Mrs Otis Bernie. I<,n *the fit. Monday to the ...ih" W Y.n-.epootion' ehuon odden. .in Foot .SteWs..... which_ wlnria.wa, will. !aalata ala. .. .la f bot Inie

AUK "K, sept.i, li in ... !I \\ r flu first tli ,,irk. pi. ,laic urc. Washing away of the honored by the social commute.- and Mr Bernie In Valdosta Oa, ,llel..........her.e.. lOre'KITICIreull whkk. .b the Ilk dot of pri5ARRtTT. wkaaa. addraaa b .ta ....... Marlta Co.n", _.....1.. .

-- up and ilih," tie. l'It"nl' t"irl MIPllOrllll1l|)| < sand broke and ruln- headed by Mrs 1.. E. Ashley. Her Miss Lucille Iiiscoe, home demonstration lne';'... Ihlo lOb' mo of ." ...be., Orlando FlaWOHTHINOTON. V. WOOD. wkaaaaddn .5.010 honjosln sOlon, 1,1.500-ed 6.44,01 I../lIn-sIli:

CllltlsrM\S( (Clm : Order I !Pierre, 775.J IIr writ.Rooti'" 'I IRon ""U th, puiio un the rear of theVll't.ory assistants are Mrs. William Chtsholm >M I. 05k.... died. af a'..... Fk.rt.1. o. IbM lb's
L them now Kith your name. onStuart Hottl agent. will give a 8T. IUCIK BOND MORTGAGE CO.. nit ...... __a I.'......... Is ..4 It
;lOP; rnrl r"1 r \lalliC !" 't Miss Ida Albracht, Mrs Crart Sral|
demonstration on at the 0 d.Mlvrd corporatloa wboaa .........
gimvas ****'
Neon Offue If umpaii, ItllllilIjllllIlIIlIllilllIli.llIItIIllllllIlL The negro section/ fared rearly W, C, Lummls Mrs Carroll South Mcthodis church Monday CI..k I..Irn..\\1 C"/oI".rI'tE:' Consul, .IuOrs einmnl'in.I.AVINIA P.ENJAMIN Goon,.

$It. Kill( SAl 1: ( ..d rah rejlstrrdeep i 110 nell an of other areas S'veralu Dunscombe Mrs Talmadge Wilson !- at 2 p. m at the home demonstration riorldaluhllab, S 41100. TIC .... .dd.... .WAONE. ..h....'".._ _..lduaonTlteotioA ,.......... ,.fcRTMA... GOOSeS
I destroyed
i ports 1.41.
and Mrs. H. H Thayer. : WARNER wboaa. rnuldos.n AooO us. 5en4.. Ii I'
I 1"'III'h 'uller meeting PI:as* come. / seW. |1I..I.'a and bet t: 1 4TttOAt. ... .,
try put fry < MALE HELP WANTED r Hjfs! were instanceS of demo- One innovation of the .ddr... I. ft..n.....
I new Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Brown- HELEN WAaNE&,, .._ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT"
wateraler., .kUam table Illllllll:lltllllllllllll;IIIIIIIM*'I!IllllllllNltl I ll&lipd s'a walls also were repor- yearbook \U inclusion of the revised ADVKBTimUIRNT ..d .4d.... la .....05. nnnldsnt. N
(6 I nub illnins room thairt. Kite U ,\ ) Reliable' td. Only two houses the en1r*. lee and children. Penny and HARRIET WARNER wI .- _1"-" IN THE CIKCU1T' couli : S
: by-laws at '
to as adopted a NOTICE O APPLICATION FOil TAX noIl
Freddie ol Hob; Sound ctlkd on I uododdounkehnn.n.A I FOIl MUTIN COUNTY
ehtairrunt: 211 S. Federal I .
xuccrrd It. "Sutinions Stuart area wre considered: unUsuable recent business [ DEED J. CHAI4CEOYC
tu iiupplyfonsumrrs meeting Mrs WARNK and hi* olIn ANN C.
highway. I today Mr and Mrs. O P Quigley Sun. C .... Bill N.. 1131 wAaoei. wboaa raaldaM"MIRIAM" sod oddenon :. COlosSal? .... lIfLI. HiCUTIISGaT
with 200 household. Hipson was assisted In compiling NOTiCE III H""KHY, GIr..N'. ?lou .
10 .1I.
'f i Stpl. 11. 18,23' necessities in North( Last Polk I Hardest hit point In Port Sew- the book by Mrs Hartman day.Mr. C. II. a. Cla...... holdrr ., Tai Carl... ; WARNKI Tacos: and. ; h" .. OI.llff..t
--. --- -- ''all to have been Sunrise and Mrs John D. Stevenson flrr.ta No lInt, laaurd iOn dud day aJill IULIIB \
appeared : I. FUll I. ,.. bn.hand, ..bnn.itIdr.n 1\
loit lit : < '; I'Ill'lF ( ountJSOO;; families. prod"'I\ Inn wher water Hooded the Mrs. Fomeroy and Mrs. Ashley and Jemand 0 tinge Qulg A. D. mil. .lou KM I >im< I. miofflrr : .lit 00k..... jol.U, ..d sos... JOBI' H. CiARI.: "' .LJ 1.J
: U'p'\\\R: : : Mild 20 Stale. >nd. ka. aiadr awltralloa. fir .11,. nsd oil kn..n ..'. "" ....
vtars n.sIn sod .h.
\ iff ocI
:1 1, IAM> : \ PAVED I 'I.nlng room and kitchen Sevral MRS. RICHARDSON SHOT ley motored to West Palm Beach tnudd" to I. ....nd ._.. said mrlrirnu I.'..'...... by. tkmnh ...... ne annInnimi NOTICE<< TO APPEAR II''
; ItOM ASIa: Tlit: BMlTlttLSI : reference llallleIRh'* (' windows were brokn or Dewey Richardson who lives Saturday on buslneu .mh..... Ik. rollowlna.. dracelbedI ,. ohoo noonS. 00,1ot. .11.. us do- TIlL ITATK OF PLOKIUA TOi JM
lI.pt.1.580..YS :Memphis I n'perm la 'k. C.,onou( 11..1., Htnuof -..... nod all tartta kavlnf a ...... CLANG, .,,-. ''ll"r'k.Mra. S 5knooo.nhuInn00b .
'. 1.1 It It: 1 ltl\Mt( A VINE Tent racked and the fence aroundth by the frog pond on Palm Beach Mr and ,Mrs Francis Stiller rloeMa, .tnwlliEail .. hu. mop riihl. II... o> |nton t .totk. : : : ..

IOC' SI I IllS Hill A HOltl' OKSmn'urium or nee Hulus Craiffird, I ,> swimming pool was flattened Road was Jailed at midnight last announce the birth of a son Monday .. arop.rtf .-..,... dMarlkd.x .. .... .. .11... .... h''. ..h.... .
Salerno, tU. Sept in, 25, 1947 : l Net of 117: of NW',. p.I"I dwrlaaaa traata... arrdLsrw'.7.lsrt
IN KKSIIIKNTHI.SttTKIN .: Piers all along the riverfront night after the shooting of his S'pt. 15 In Martin County Rretlna II t.$. 41 0, E. 41. ron <' '''
I tlu Include I wife In lalnln II arm nuns .r .sun. ?lo005lhnto.bnlfsfLoji' On. : ;,: >i7A:
: POX 3S PLMII llir.ll SCHOOL( CRlDlAlIJtCOMMtNK were swept away the upper right tog. Mr,. Hospital : I-nn-u ..

( \'. It .ItCpl : UIONS '1RM\ I the' Inns where only a few of Richardson was attended at Mar Alfred Pedersen left Tuesday Tho ........... of the ..Id neopoelTj II hon Iut.:01. T..tnhte 11..11. 57 Cn.nO, 50.15,, .PSoWd.oonlnin .. Co-po.tInni csapoasnlos.. o Hysas.::'

., II, 18 I\'O \\ITII tin pilings were IE ft standing. tin County Hospital! by Dr. W F for Florida Stat, University In undo' tao nih ....11I.... .innued Oon litton II ._ .oes ne ..... ':
I PAIx: : nuns 01 W nnueo Senile C..,,. .. .. .
r llna thwrarrom .. ,.. .... En.l :;
_. E"h :::
j i cellrnt train! : S veral streets In Salerno were Davey and J. D Parker Her Tallahassee where he entered :: = :
Co.il Rail.
all ( .
., ig in, ftiAM Piehi.of.Wn, and
.., .. ... .. .
1f"H. .
A\UC\IIO I( | |:tfs for sale in at conimiiniiation umit rwater but otherwise dam condition was critical as she had colleg" Wednesday Alfred was .111. .holt .snii fta Public Hl.k.' ., mundla' ::: ad nth.eeoItlol1'j: =,:
: i' radio I ....001. uuenedinn l. .... nOn .......', tknkik .. ....... :=.. .: : : ,
galloiii.i'i.I (rafted winter 1 radar telephonv f legraph. an there was much the same been struck by a shotgun chargeat I graduate In the 1946 class at I j drarrlord i lhr.i: .ill I."ba aold w tb. utAAn'rEao5' coeeoiATi00 I

bcanni: *; Vuriec(201(* eaih us In other sectors Loss at the close range. Martin County High School bIhstO bidder uS ibm aourt bouM door You and axoN of ron ... .....hr ..tl-.1II. 0.10,0 Ptselda Curn-un-iliOn. aid
photography are liven i In I iWltham Field centered on SInItsIt. $.,d,0 .In .ho ...''h OS .. .. r,I. .. a,_..... to ISo RILL, N. OAIIIII:.... a' noun-. ..r'sttnnc.' -,,
I ,
I" Get lEe, m at house, day. I airport ) ---- lItton. .., ..tI. wIltS, .lit lho IIh do, ittOei.bsc. '
my any I 8. Army Signal ( orps lechnical or COMPLAINT I In Ill. aka..-.l-.kcam. .. '
"lii: filuin A Mennmjrr. Sr.. 217 in !the main hanger All the 104'. ......1. JOHN FARIA la Cw :=.T :,:j. :::' .
/ ) : srhovls, Because of the bin front doors wer; blown Inand 1.7..d: tIM Ilib dny of 5uptoabne. pl.ln.nt, .nd JANK: STYPMAN ..../.. N., ennl'texm hulno ansI\ Pasbnrwn.
Martin Itoad highly confidential, nature of I : JANI STYPMANN M .1.. .... rM and: ': Pit. On-soS PIns-Idol psi
several planes moderately NOTICERE t Wien-tIt CuSS fmrk of Dofn ..... COMPAl
much Io.nJ. nun an MI or ho.lo > TRUST : :,.
IIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIilllllllllllllllllllllFOR Signal (orps research acSk tf'T
damaged insidby Jostling Larooplecen tk. tnd doe of ...-. 1147 tk.nalar. '
RENTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII many 'subjfcls are taufhl I Cienall suet at 11..11. Cnmtp., nf ShIn, nit I. to aatol '''10 In I p.nii'nond nnnPOS
'e.-. I of the tin roof were blown ,1..1da. tk. Conolnin.nl to b. .kot.dn.rlMml :;;, :: .: .' .
.' which are noi available to i off .,ilthough at least 75 per cent Puitlob! Be!' S. cuss. eo, M.:.1. tocaud, J leIo( a.d MM to ,... f.II...... _,_ .... 10Cao.r..t"
I civilians anywhere at !I awi. Ii. U, ..d oc I: tOIl Martka Connie, Flarhto.at ..
''I, FOR RENT: Floor sanding machine I- any I 1ihe roofing stayed on. One PERMIT CANCELLATIONS : ; : I. :i. h .n''

; and edfer Reflnish Priee i plane stationed in the wrecked LCCAX.: AOVERTISCMENTOF WrrNII8. lilY HANO AND SEAL W..ohotfofowItuSnS" ::
A 3.year' enlistment in the a \hI, 10' doe of ............ A. D. lOll ESS .bolt OS 015 00 ua'a.0 ...
your floors at reasonable rates Aerovts hanger was consider- 11'I' THE COUNTY IUOCE'S COURT lvio .,...... Marti Coaaty. Florida.i uwos OS 011* n.t ohs.n I.
rhone 108 Stuart Hardware Army or Air' tort gives a mana id nearly to.aII08ll! from dam. At September 4th meeting of the Board of Com- MAaTIrO COUNTY STAlL t ::W

choice of branch of > mismonors[ of FLORIDAIN I a. POMEROT Ikn. tanrtk. rf (EtMl ..
any ervite Everglade .
jiustfiued the -
by falling tImbersand Drainage District following
age .
Co. ui urcAau SOC ESTATE iJAMU CVrh of teenS' Court for Mania. Coaalj'. \* I all., .In ..."'." ftJ:1
11111111I11I11111111111111111,11I111111111111I11, i Includinf (lie. signal :, the gusty winds action was taken: .. 0' .Fh.>....... ikl": IT (Mtk. ***LTM
( in which there : W rOlttSMAN I f. I. CJ.IVCLAMD. Doxrly Clark : ck >" ;
rpi :ire openings Over-all in Indian-
i FEMALE HELP WANTED I damage All permits Issued prior to July 1, 1946! shall DeeUiedlNOTICE tins' lk"' ..II kM IFc-r::: '::
Once accepted every man I town and Port Mayaca : C D. ABBOTTSOLICITOR : .
was -
I iniiiiiiiiii? ,:," :: reported TO CKEDITOIH7oa .noin thaCl5 I JMwtki ,
JlU.PSTED haa the opportunity ti qualify comparatively light although be under the following conditions: and oaek of yea ar. kor..wr notl Woil ,.1.. Snnh c...<,. rUrU.. .. :I. cu JSiC .<
: ; I fled. and reawirod, I FOR COMPLAINANT ..< >' .
elnlrn.aad lkk.rt
aeoiMit W
?''r waitrruex. I.III'IIIIII".j. for technical. aihool (train It could not be determined 1. Where the permittee has done no work authorized .. .drnwndn.. wkkk ron or.n either orou < ..... 4. II. t*. ... ku ; to Ik. ohnOO;""" :1

Inc In addition, there high yet what adverse affect the in the may .har. ninlnal. tk. E.UU %l .
Kite Hotel 514 permit ....,. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT SLETSTM.TS; p w. "i'JC.tkk
: ; i JaaM :'v d.. na.l, .le>e ofuld ; ;
HUhwav pay, steady employment, good rains had on the prospective fall 2. Where the permittee has completed only Count),. to the C...... I..... of Mir. :t k.4 Coil :'. Cuihhon-S.. :
food rlothlng. quarters jnd crops I tin Ceoalr. Florldn. .. kh, "" .. ,In tk.lonrthovoa IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE o.noldIniido,5d' "k 00" ': ..
Sept II, II 25.lIlllllIlIllIIllIIIltllilllllhIIIOllllllllIlIIl part of the work then the permit nhall b# at Slaart, ,ton.... wltklaalnht NINTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN AND dmd to fii.' cull, 055 tunno t. :
travel All of this l Is yoors -- ealendnr. ..o ; i 1 I i plus a chance to save up to WHITE fO PREACHTO revoked as to that work which ia IncompIet.S. !. .. flnt. rabllntloa of Ito _.... E ehtlnl FLORIDA. :: ::
.. ff d...... ..., .ka .hi IN .
wrMInc aad CHANCERY Na..tSM.JAMES oJ'.t'J
li MALE HELP WANTED11I111111111111111I111I1111111111111111111111111 12000 during your enlistment.Heras I .; BAPTISTS HERE Where the work 'covered by the permit haa a".. ..... tIn n4ao. of ...Ido_ and K. Dt.LA.NO 10. I lb. 1015 .

your chance for a good Th- Rev J. R. White of the not been done in compliance withits pro ao.t arrm h.' ..nddraaa.... to kr nf tk.the .elnhwaM.......... aadmint bun FtolaUffiRUTH _'7.=,r0.1? .Ie lit....,lA ro:..:;I.

MALE HELP: WANTED: Reliable start In life, with security ai' First Baptist Church of Fort visions." lent or hie .......... nr ISo aam will 1. 1I1L .MO. t r' pinini' ......... .1,110. 1 lit 4nnbyIn. --
goal Fierce will preach at Stuart at ...._ told. ao.ordlna' law. Drfmdant) .. :
man ulih'ear to rail on farmers year Ti,.. 4lk .S.. of Sevumkrr. D 1 4THINIY :;l
in Martin County. Wonderful Get the full details without! the II a. m service Sunday while (Signed) BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CLAY MoCOKMICK nnHSSmtSffiinv, .. Cwirt .. ,tM:, ; 0dit

In obligation at ynur nearest U.1' the Rev Phil Maxwell of the I. C KIirHR Ill. FLORIDAI .> Am, 10511 '
15 tn I2(
opportunity. $ I EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT Ai Bieeatara .;f SI,. E.lata a< Jam*. TO THE ?, kOTB 3.DELANO. a day Iio experience I or capital I S. ,Army le Air Force Recruiting Start church occupies the pul- W. ran erain. ....--. J.aDII C. ?.

required Permanent Writ, today i I Station Comeau Building' pit .,it (tb; Park View Baptist T, T. OUOHTFaSON, IIIARYLANDI CUri of .Ik*.ClosoC! o
Attn'n.e en Sununtoen. Pliteldn.LvAiia
McNem (ompsny, Dept ; Went Palm e\This I la your Chu '11 in Fort Pierce In a Tlth- By K. M.. Throop Secretary PnkiIoItinu. 151..'. YM ar. kwoky otlftod. .Sloe. 0 soS. lor.Iron. Cunnol ooy.
I A, In'por III. Sept II .5 ', chance for ::, forrard'j, lag Sunday Interchange :?'o,1o5:. : n. ". &. .\ IIi.Clrwlt..boa. .boos Caart la.tltatod of -k.,Klatl.....Jadkh.. ,.am P" I....." .i'sIi .I



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EXAMINATIONS FORT mart past must a written be received test..Applications I ADVICE, FROM THE: SAGE 1 tertalned at a,beach party for require care to retain the high eggs The higher quality, more $: '
In.the 'h
CIVIL SERVICE JOBS Mr Arnolds brother and his quality they have wh n produced expensive eggs with firm white I
Washington office
ANNOUNCED HERE not later than next Tuesday wife, Mr and Mrs George Arnold and upstanding! yolk are especially !(1': ,
of Fort The follow The sh'U that covers the edible ; '
No written test will bt given Walton desirable for poaching;, frying
Examinations for filling seven applicants to fill economist positions ing attended: Mr and Mrs.Oeorge part Of the egg: is Itself *, pro and cooking In the shell f'
were announced last i Brownies tection to but the shell '
position In the lame area at salaries and children, quality, Whatever tluallt) of eggs
the T/ S Civil Service Penny and Freddie, Mr. and Mrs Is porous Warm ,temperaturesand
week by ranging from $3,397 to $J.- A when purchased It can deteriorate ,
Commission I 90S a year However they must air Jessie Griffin and children, strong flavors and odors can rapidly la not weather anyplace Phone 2496 Box No. 2T7
Competitors for telephone operator have had five to seven years of ,Alberta and! Eugene M*, and penetrate!' pores of the eggshell -In a warm kitchen Just VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
position In Washington, D i responsible experience In economic Mrs. Austin Mulllns\ Mrs. Willis The quality of eggs can as much as In a warm nest, a, ,
and Jean Arnold, daughter of be retained only by good care.
cared Eby Maryland and Virginia -! research. Applications warm truck or a warm store
Mr. and Mrs. B." J. Arnold Tht poultry farmer as well as Plastic and Aluminum l
must have, had six to II: must be received In the commission ,
John Oautler of Oautler. Miss every person who deals In egg'haa Wall Tile
experience u such and s Washington office not
!months spent last week M a house guestof a responsibility for getting
I later than Sept. 30. WE BUY Junk i
S Positions of chief electricianon Donald St. Onge John and eggs to you th consumer, In Asphalt Floor Tile

1LOYAL ORDER OF a Class S electric sea-going Donald attended Riverside Military fine condition, wrecked cars, scrap Floor Sanding and
Academy, Gainesville Ga:. Gathering MOOSE hopper\ dredge and 1st, 2nd 3rd 1 copper and brass. Finishing
last year and will be roommatesthis cooling them Immediately and
STUART LODGE 1140MESTS and 4th assistant electricianson
aloe P. M. a Class electric sea-going year at Tulane University keeping them cool In' a clean SISCO'SAUTO RUB. Cleaning
t* .EACH WEDNESDAYS. Mr: and Mrs C A. St Onge and place free from odors are Important -
Woodman MONTH Hall hopper Savannah dredge tOa are) district open with CorpsofEngineers the son, Donald, and John Gautier: steps in maintainingegg PARTS. Our only representative In

left Sunday for Mississippi\ and quality Martin County !J.
Stuart, Fla. War Department. ,
f New Orleans. The grade label! on the egg carton South Dixie HighwayFort
Entrance salaries! range from e The W D. Girls had their Is your best guide to quality Pierce GEORGE KEITH
$1.24 an hour to $114 an hour. weekly meting Bpt, 10 It was: in the eggs you buy Eggs that Martin County Cleaners
Applicants must be 1$ or more Phone 129
decided to discontinue their, are officially graded accordingto I
but less than 62 of and
years age meetings tot- the school term. U. S. standards carry a label
JewelersThe have be able to,
or secure an
Morton They are planning a beach party' that tells the quality (or grade I -- ---
appropriate license or document soon. The following attended: : and the date of grading, Learn ,
Starling Jeweler I from the Coast Guard. Bids must Lacy Mae and Elda Griffin, the meaning Of the grade label 1. i
be received not later than Oct.
Bcrnfos Callahan Evelyn Me-: and check to see that the eggs
1, Gee Penny Brownie and Marie you buy measure up to the standard Properties
Expert watch, ring and I Further Information ,of all Brodrlck of the grade for which you
be secured '
theso positions may i Mrs Lacy Griffin was calledto pay. Ocean ,JYonwi. teti
Jewelry repair from Mrs Gertrude Minnehan Plerson, Fla., Friday and arrived AA and A grade tugs have a
at !the Stuart Post' Office. Just before her father large proportion of firm white,

107 N. 2nd St.. ft. Pierce I Frank Setcdwelser, passed away, standing up well around the
Mr, Griffin and daughters, Elda yolk:-The! yolk Is round and upstanding

Vets Can Save and Lacy Mae, and son Milton, '
and mother, Mrs. W..D. Griffin, :The differences In quality between e rRIVER
mUlHiiiiiiitimiiiiiiiiiiiilllliiilllllllllRefresh\ Connie Mack (right)., Mr. Baseball himself, an octereaerlan, I left early Sunday morning to at. eggs In AA and A graded a 1 1o 1r
Lengthy Trip panes out a word of advice to his year-old grandson, Connie tend, the funeral services from and those In B and C grades do =

Yourself Mack 3rd,. before the s-White Sox fame In Chicago Young the Summerhill Funeral Homeat not affect f,xxl value. They do
Connie is traveling with the Philadelphia Athletics, DeLand make some difference In the use!
When Out Our Way To Get Medals I Due to a change of orders, Mrs you make of eggs and. they

.... a 1 (AUSTRALIA SENT RADIOISOTOPESChief Donald, Coleman and son will, should make considerable differ r
--- remain with her parents, Mr. :nco \In the prlc you \pay tor
EARL'SSODA Veterans in the Stuart area and Mrs Marvin Crowe, while'
Lt, Coleman returns to Jacksonville 9,"me
who are eligible for the Victory : I
to receive I his new orders ROTARY CLUB
SHOPFOUNTAIN Medal and any other! that maybe They were to leave for Pennsylvania N.. ions
available now can eliminate t Sunday to visit with Lt. -' >r I',IS
DRINKS i a trip to procure them at the Coleman's parents 01STUART AINUtKKAURIS '.... ., pa"f

SANDWICHES & COFFEE Naval Recruiting Office In West The Women Association of R. I...W..kY.lll. 1 1
the Community Church will .
INDIANTOWN, FLA. Palm Beach, It was' announcedhere hold a supper next dncsday

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIREAL/ ''''''.!! !''''''''' '.!' this week evening They will serve ham 14

I Instead an eligible former baked beans, potato salad cabbage Athletes Foot Itch I

serviceman may fill out and send slaw dessert and coffee How to Stop'It
The F TA held a meeting
Form !iSo, (notice of"separation) pad
Make 5 Minute Test
Thursday at 8 at the schoolhouse :
together with his discharge pap 01 TP 01. .1 e. Apply
ers to the 7th Naval District Office 1.. POWLKKM ;:rNt.'lH G /uul.j ,
The Church vol'dto
Community ..... FULL' SrRtNUlH\ R.h.MONE ,
In Building 907 at the Naval donate $10 to Uv Children\ I.- U KILL Ih. It.k. G.t NEW li ttwilwt ';
ESTATE, Air Station In Jacksonville The Home at Jacksonville.Mr. .r STUART y.-1r Ik DRUG hxh.tCRI'ABSTRACTS TmUr:' "t ,1"", 0 I
medals will be sent to L. M. and Mrs Andrew Ondl.sh I

Francis, volunteer recruiting officer of Jupiter Island have returned I t
'here, who will hold !them .l
from a month trip to Ohio and ,
Properties of all kind' for the veterans to collect at his Farrell Pa. Mrs Ondlshs niece : Z !

office in ,the Oughterson Bldg. Betty Jane Podolsky of Farrell, "
for sale.Also A veteran discharge papers and came back with them for a visit AbS f

receipt for the medals also will She Expects to leave for home t f I;
be sent to Francis. tomorrow. S ,

rentals! and insur- Anyone Interested In enteringthe There will be a choir rehearsal ....... I IT
peacetime Naval Reserve may tomorrow at S p. m, at the ''I!
ance. contact Francis who can supply 4 I'' III
church.: All members are urged 1 '
the necessary entrance forms to to attend. I Listing of Improved 'and Unimproved Properties ,1)1

be filled out. Fred Brownlee,.son. Joe tills: 1 Throughout Martin 'County
Edward MappRealtor 'Th Navy Department has an- and a friend from Elkhart Ind. 'I" ,

nounced that Navy" veterans spent Sunday with! Mr and.Mrs TAX AND TITLE AC'REAGI1 tRANCHES "
who were honorably dischargedfrom I '
dis- Scwalls Point River.to-River Propertiesand 1'J :
the Navy or who were The following announcement'I '
charged \under honorable con- was made by the Rev, Alexander TITLE INSURANCE ,
P. O. Arcade.Bldg. ditions and are now living out- Linn at the evening service of FLORIDA Jppitrr Island' Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites I,

side the continental limits of stewardess Libby Drum places aboard a plane at Knoxville Hobe Sound Community ChurchThe :
Phone 19 '
t the United States are now eligible \ Tenn., a small box containing a quantity of the the radioisotope community'' service to; ABSTRACT CO. C. B. ARBOGAST ji' I'
to enlist In the regularANNOUNCEMENT .camps, and hospitals committee
,. phosphorous 33 as it began a long flight to Australia for JIM KENNEDY.
oNavy -- of the American Red Cross, Mar-
Pr..id..lSTUART Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance ; ::1 i.I
use in treatment of a blood disorder It was the tint shipment ,
tIff County chapter, U promoting FLORIDA i.
abroad for medical and biological use of radioisotopes produced a high-*:as Christmas program I .H 4 1.

as products of the Government chain-reacting uranium to provide a gift for every serviceman -i -

pile at Clinton Laboratories in nearby Oak Ridge who will be at sea on

THE. "GULF SERVICE STATION Chris\ mas,Day Gifts are to be ; m

AT JENSEN BEACHTILTON'S temporary respite (vacation) obtained from groups and Individuals Dependable Installation;
City GI ,Sees all over the nation who
from war are either more concern -
SERVICE STATION desire to Iwlp Such things as And Quick Repair Service / : t j i'
:{1 about themsclvrt and clgaret lighters, fountain pens (
OWNED AND OPERATED BY :Stuart Fishing the Immediate present than they leather wallets, leather photo- } i
T N. 'I i I
art about their children and graph folders with small addl)

RANSOM R. TILTONGrease mankind future" says Lie, "or tlonal gifts of clgarets and hard iH1(1.

Washing and Polishing Jobs. Film in Japan what la more prubab true they candles are to be wrapped In ALSO ,: 'I (

.. ... gay Christmas paper and gift Complete stock of bathroom fixtures
Open 7a.m.to7p.in.MOTOSWAY. .; : .,... have just not thought the whole 1
cards Indicating the name of "
Line of 3 'rl! 'I
The' lonesome soldier was at- Complete Plumbing Supplies :: .
/ problem through. the donor may be enclosed I,'
tending a camp movie at an ''These will be turned In
"The gifts
first ball for'an enduring
Army post bn the bland of Hokkaido to' the Hoed Cross chapter
In Japan ( ace ptance by who will take care 'of packingand tt
It was a long long way home all people of this-Idea of "per mailing to ports of embark- ,

CULFn.EX. Then a picture flashed on the manency,* not as a dream or distant ation on the Atlantic and Pacific 212 AKRON AVE. PHONE 265 STUART. FLA., !

LUBRICATION AWAY screen and this soldier lumped goal, but as the Immediate Coasts before Nov. I, ': I
SWAYS SQUEAKS up excitedly to yell: bare minimum of what they desire Any who desire to take partIn ,.
Cars. Lubricated While.In Swaying Motion That, Stuart, my home and demand" this program and wish addi- '1

/ At No Extra Cost I town. '----- tional Information may contact i :

See'For YourselfThis He was Ed Williams, Jr,whore BYRNES'IMPROVE Mr.*. Ted Chambers, local chairman JUST RECEIVED SHINGLESPhone ,
Drop family lives on the upper South RIO PROPERTY ." '
Sensational Creating Method Fork of the St. LuclQ. The film i

was the Stuart lallflshlng short "Jay" and "Ll"l ,Byrne have ,
Stuart Service StationWalter made here a couple of years ago
Just completed a 200-foot dock Home'D'emonsiration
by Columbia Pictures as one 'of with 30-ft, T-head at their property 3551' "
Rein Phone Its Bill Stern sports shorts,
the "Jay-Lll Yacht Basin",
.- Williams... here this week recounted RIGA; 'la addition they have Improved -
the'' Incident to, Jerry a 7-foot channel 110.feet t

Smith of the Lighthouse, who wide leading to the property and NotesBy

was Instrumental In having the have deposited the fill to makea MISS LUCILE INSCOE PAINTS ,
Porter picture made here beautiful sand beach HARDWARE
t film sure chased tht
blues away,"Williams told Smith Minimiiiiiiimiuiimiiiiiimiimiiiiit/ .' With the nigh price of eggs It r SASH DOORS

"It ,wa* s> piece of Stuart, Fla, I I..very important that the con- PLASTER
Paint. & Body Shop CEMENT
In Japan Kobe Sound News sumer know something about the '
Smith said that he has been :J y LOOKING
A & P 2nd Floor) told of the film by persons who Ey MARIE BRODRICKllimillllllllllKIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIMI quality of the eggs that' she buys. "' I II

(Over saw It In Cuba, Mexico, Honolulu, I l l l t [ 'Eggs are high In food value

,SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING Canada, :Alaska! and 38 Slat; William Wheat has returned and fine In flavor Tlv:y haw so: Coc.'I:: ;: 'I
Auto Pamtina"* Metal WorkCustommade tnatiy uses tnafl they easily can, '
;: ,Slip Covers! o s Sport Tope LASTING >eACE: BANGS a to two-wen work at the vacation Post In Office!the( North after find their place In any meal.of!I Hobe Sound Lumber& Supply

ON PUBLIC ATTITUDE the day every day of the year.1
SAYS U(, N. SECRETARY and Canada. : Like any other good 1 foodal; eggs
MY and Mrs Dale Mcteger of -- -
"W can gain tasting peaceIn South Bend, Inn, arrived In
our time declares Trygve Hobe Sound yesterday They '
J Ik Secretary-:neral of the visited with Mr, and Mrs Jessie Guard and Protect Your Car'With a Real Grease Job
United Nations, writing In the Griffin They are planning to .

1> VENF.TIANBLINDS ,current Issue of the Rotarian stay here,or neat, by for the winter .!
magazine,,The answer lies in i
changing UM.mines of men from D'aver 8orr, son of Mr and N

preparing for, war" to preparIng Mrs Jack McIntyre, left Tuesday .
tor peace evening to 'start Ws, studies at : '
Those who can content themselves Georgia'Tech I ,, BRAND ;NEW GREASING EQUIPMENTTO
with the prospect et' a Mz..anc1loll'll.. &.1. Arnftld!':tin.


McMillan I Furniture Co.. HARRY CLANCOFF, .

8100i, NCI AVE., FORT PIERCE' PHONE 699 4r.: OtIk! a GREENLIU.. insult BUILDING+. 'HONB TUART MI' North Federal Highway I Phone Ml,

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(T Martin Cdnntj, FIORIDA THOKSDT. SEPT. 1/, it'1

J\\ CHRIStMASGIFTS contacted for help. Mr. Ted SLOQCM RECEIVES --;',
ifiHmiiiiiiiimiiriiiim.fiiiiiiMiiiwii' i i'I I': network of fresh water streams rotate from Baltimore to } ESCAPES WRATH OF lOWA HEIFER I 10,000 SOUGHT HERE I, Chamber,etutrmta of thjcemmunltr MEW ASSIGNMENT ,
Our Ignorance along these lines, jI I
'Suppllm ntlnl this i* the deep-
E' NEWS OP cornmlfte 6f this'
I IIJ' Nelder tertle -
dldnt Mr.:
tea fishing In this area which That, h surprise* stated, "was becausewe I : A Quota oii 100 gift* from the county, receited the quota rot 'Second U. Charles I.
; 'I" t' Indian River Drive your Fishing Quids editor, Emit I P"l of the IOn of Mr. u
I |II F Lyons, praise u famous" never had added fishing asa M rtln County chapter quest and will be In: charge ot Blanch Z & .
_J ,. By VIVA CLARK How that guide doe get around! fun In our llvs*." Red Cross has been set In the the drive" here! Anyone desiring of Stuart, ha been amZTthe
il' \: Tills Information came from I national drive for ]155,000 Individual further Information mar secure 89th Troop Carrier all
,, .i: 'l., t 'I"11111111I1111I11I11111111111111I11111I111111'/ : I Ot.oi'ge Nelder, an ardent fisherman Last Sunday Leicester Lennard I e 1 I Christmas lift for servicemen It from Red Cross,headquarter ton, 313th Wing now .bet1
.\ t1'1'} \'t'' I couldn't bHv! it. fan you we knew In Palm Beach of Walton was among the fishing who may be on' the high Bfrwtrom Field Austin,
o \ \,. that I thPrt. are bog 'J>PI"II'.. of WthI I Ii' County In 1922 and whom we met party guests of former Fler Chief k ,. ss y, announced I, SERMON TOPIC GIVEN J The nth Air Force Pilot Tezst
It wa
4 t InFlordo',30014fakersandUwf 1 J \ Jensen McNeal of Fort Pierce board I leas Des !85, gilder pilot 11II
,)I ; : in Beach a* h& was en on I I Dr. Charles A; carrie win previously hu IeI1Ij
i' 't hla tta akllf. Their catch WBJI here thla week.Chapters In the Mediterranean
11 In tbs Southeast art speak on "Jesus Christ an Ideal and g u
." < mackerel ,
and pean Theatre
J "f.t .": trouper about 10,000 for One World" at the Presbyterian With his spa
to provide
-t f Bath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile of expected the national quota. Civic clubs Church service at the Woman' and child he now II Uvtna 1

, : Ip ; "1, ', A. D. Mfrwln of Edenlawn and) and church orjanliatlon will be Club, at tl a.II.. Sunday. :Bcrgstrom Batrop. Texas, 20 miles 1rI1s
,. p If I Also Supply, of Belgian Tile in various'colorsi Albert Backus, Fort Pierce ar1st -Field.
I i !, ;If'l ',. and 3 16 Commercial are spending a vacation In) --"-

t t't 1 I ) a I INSTALLATIONS and SALES Key We.t. ,
II -
; i' Tile Bath Drain board I Porches. of
p .
; t 4'' Quarry'Tile' John Hall and Frincls Lang- 4 V I f'tkA4
\ 'r'' FORT PIERCE TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. lord, famous movie and 'radio] BLINDS
: couple) with home facing fit
)'II' E. HOWLETT Lucie River on Sewalis Point> ON CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS 1, ,
were visitors at Edtnlawn Saturday -

j .l', (i I (' I P. O. Boa 11M--- --.Phone 7S7 Hi N. llth St., Fert. Pierce"JOE" II t r -Th Qwtisy' CUSTOM To'TIT BOOT Ose POGO ae.qrW"",

; f' I Mr. and Mrs C. H, Conant N ILiNDI
: t': -- : have arrived I from Chicago\ and bl 1 CALL
) I. .: 1'' I opened> their winter honu in ONE: 011' OUR ItEPlttSfNTATn'r.s' _
't,, ';fr' )". / : Eden |
MOSLEYPLUMBING Mr. and MnTteland I Hubbardof Row tAn n IS TO OWN QtJAUTY TRA\O! IIUmiL

I Walton had :amner guests t You Call Purchase Direct From FactoryITysgro
j I last Thursday evening Fletcher I DRAMATICAllY MANUFACTURING I CO''
I'' Russell of Ankona and his houseguest 9 Tie. n .M o" ef .LrsrNI II error al'o MI. L N 0..... As,
I .. ....,. ,, bnnrNb. shoe
.41. 'roar w U. a e.emrA hraM.
Harvey Spurgeon from Des ,
rna"a' '6.dt V.n.rL. allnd.' u r.
.' .d'! JOBBING CONTRACTING I Moines. Spurgeon Is cutting his .mrM rravlAe: .a In.nm. .nia: dfm4rh.r .. rott't FIERCE FLORID.t
I' 1'\'4\ PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE stay shorter than expected because .. '. tnnYa.dlr.DON'T.: ww n.s.. JOv state I DI. PRONE 225 P. O. BOI i'll

j''I I : ALL WORK GUARANTEED I, '. of travel plans that will ._.
take him to Texas where he! will -
''I I"I.: i Phone 308 : visit In !Houston Fort Worth and Ralph r.MSxil, hold tightly to the top of a switch. pole In a rall-
Oal'.'8ton. From there he will read yard at Cithervlllc, Iowa, to escape the wrath of a heifer
: ", -.- -- - ----- 10 for a stay at Tombstone, Arid OA the 1 loose from a stork trnk. The animal led a crowd on a CUSS YOUR TIRES
: merry chaIN! thmnjh Eirtherville streets and finally wound/! up
1\\ : I Mrs. John Sihloeri and children In the railroad yard. Gexhil was "treeddp the pole ifltiT the

; FUGATE and GREENLEES Fred, ,John ttturned Jr.', George to. their, Judy winter and )heifer) was recaptured.! _L__.____ _. _.._. IF YOU CET POOR MILEAGE!:: _

home In Walton last week aftera
Engineering, Surveying, Blue Print two-month stay on Long Island ANNOUNCES BID'-'- __ I Wilkinson. Maybe your not giving themj a square deal:If f they
Sound Miss tucllle Inscoe-of Stuart -

1 Estimates Submitted On Request __ was a Tuesday afternoon Visitor'. ;;;;allowed to Roll Straight they will give Good; Mile:

Ford Carter, Srd, Joined his of Mrs Joe Sawtell.

I II 303 E. 4th St. Stuart, Fla. father In the Carolina lout Mr. arid Mrs. Joe S. Greenlees agIe If wheels are out-of-line or oat-of-balance, they
r I week. Together they are bringing !!- : are now living with Mrs Charles
down two delst-1 engine ; Greenleea at her home on the will not give that tGOOD >
PHONE 311 ng boats from Norfolk, land-j' Locks Road.
bf' used between Stuart i The Tropical Farm Home MILEAGE
ocean beach and for slRht-see- Demonstration Club Was Mid l< ..
tt InK trips along th? waterways I' b. last Thursday at the hone fJI We.can correct your trouble
t points of interest I' r Mrs. Cresnle' Baker. Miss Insane I.
T.h Ford have established
Abstract Service demonstrated a guava upside
I residence In the Cave at Eden I down cake that was delicious
t lawn and had as their gist last She also Interestingtalk
It I gave a very
: PROMPTNESS ACCURACY COURTESY Sunday James Pierce of Chicago' on guava. Those present! RALPH ULMER MOTOR CO.
t who host for
played Sunday w're Mrs. Hubert Clements, Mrs
night dinner at the Ughthous. I Hobson Reddish, Mrs. Joe Saw
Abstract and Title Insurance Co. Inc.of
i'i< IncIdentally Pierce anticipates i tell, Mrs. Cressle. Baker and Miss SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY STUART
PHONE 9141
111, \ becoming a Florida farmer havIng Inscoe
bought extensive acreage Tommy Hograth left Saturdayfor
STUART, FLORIDA west of Hobe Sound which now Isl'lnl Gainesville where he went to
jf, made ready for agriculture. register for thto coming college -

10 Victory Arcade; Frank Quisenberry, Prea.LIST .:mest?r. He W expected:) back
I If. Last Friday evening Col and I Monday.Mr. .
i ii f i ; I n I Mrs. Joseph Caspter of Eden and and Mr, Jack Simmonsof

II j" \ Albert Backus of Fort Pierce I Canal Point were Sunday ,- HOMEFOR
'I, your Rooms, Apartments and Rental were dinner guests at the Bar- ( visitors ot Mr. and Mrl H. ,W.
I baray hi Fort Pierce, of A. D.Merwln .: Simmons.
f' ::1 : Homes with u*. and Arthur Phillips. After Dale and Dean Motes attended EXCELLENT LOCATION
: L. FULFORD dinner the company repaired I the) R. A. hunting trip :with

)I. to the Backus studio where HAROLD E. STASSEN Arnold Bauer Saturday. Corner Lot 100 125
1 Large x
Backus exhibited of his Close In *
j .' d liu( e.I..t. Stawen, former Governor of Mr. Carl Roth and daughter, ?

'" ""'t'. BUYING SELLING RENTING latest picture I Minnesota conference tells newsmea In Wa.htnctoll at- Robert Sara Fay, Ola'June RIcardO Reddish and, Sara Bar- 3 Bed Rooms,..One Complete Bath and Also Another Lavatory I
"t. PI10rEH'J'MASAGEMENT prtllll
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarleyand ,
bara Stewart were visitor!I In
: \Vrfte( lO.. Boot No.4' that he will enter the Room and Kitchen I
children, Pamala Ann and West Palm Beach Saturday. and Toilet, Living '
Presidential preferential
1 321 North Colorado Avenue Mary Jean of West Palm Beach Wisconsin I.
pI 'and
\ r I next April inquest Mrs James Q. ;-< < r
I I; Phone 317 wre Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mc- grandson who have been Melting .
of the nomination
: 1 : Stuart, FloridaCOMMERCIAL Carley's brother, Arthur Phillips for the Republican at the home of Mrs. W. E. FURNISHED $4500.00 DOW 1
prnideney.l i
at Eden lawn. Mrs. N. D. Mc- I William ]Iris Saturday for their
.. ,. : ._ .,._----"-- ; cue another sister ot Mr. Phillips iiiiiHiiiniHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiMitniiiiiiiiinH'EWS/ / I / home In Atlanta Balance $40.00 Per' Month
, ', Ii and his nephew,Rubrt Me- OF I Miss Fay June Reddish has
Cue of Chicago will arrive shortly been chosen a* on* of the five SEE'US
and AERIAL for-A visit and for Robert'sentry Farms I cheerleaders of Martin County AT ONCE e
Into Rollins College After Tropical High School
fa PHOTOS leaving Edenlawn Mrs McCue i Guy O. Nourse and his eon
MRS. JOE SAWTELLmmmflmminnunuunnmumlfBu
will visit her parents' Mr. and By daughter-in-law, Mr. and & SON
I SALE Mrs. H. A. Phillips In West Palm Mr.Thlllp Nourse of Fort Were,
Beach before going to Fort Lau- Mrs. }, B. Sauvag has returnid were Friday evening dinner
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED derdale for a fw weeks sojourn.At from a two-wsek vacation guest:" of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roth STUART, FLA.
,. spent In New Haven Conn? with and daughter, Sara DEHON BLDG. PHONE 81
j I COUTANT 0'30 a. m. Monday a car her brother, Evan Wilkinson. ____ .
\ .r I l rier pigeon with right leg bandIn Mr and Mr. E. P. Edens of HIRONEMCS ON RADIO
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY blue rubber and bearing Number Belle Glade were Sunday visit-
1 'l4\ ,880. and left leg with yel- ors of Mr. and Mrs B. A, Burton. George Hlronemus, vlcf-pres/ 1
I' Krueger. Bldg.-Phone 324-Next To Western UnionTILTONfS low metal band bearing number Mrs. Hobson Reddlkh! and Mrs. dent of the disaster unit In the
l' t A. U. 47-B 1,840, flew to the John Joe> Sawtcll attended the P-TA Martin Courtly chapter of Red "Welcome) I
Conway home in Ankona where School Cross will be presented on a IS
I !fr 10,1: meeting at the Salerno I II
I It proceeded to make Itself at Tuesday evening.Mr. !!. minute program/ on WIRA, at r
I "A 'J home. If owner has not already and Mrs. ;!. B. Sauvage and 13:15: Sunday. Script for the pro- Back j I,
.; ; ; SUNDRIES done so he can get the bird from daughter, Mary went to West gram was written by Beverly I ,
.' t the Conway. where It Is having Palm Beach Tuesday to visit Smith, daughter of Mrs. E. J.
j \ : 'xcellent care. Mrs Sauvage's brother Carl Smith of Stuart.
'I /" r','' DffUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS -- .Teachers !

} ,g I .: SUN TAN OIL SUN SHAMES SUN GLASSES Mr. and Mrs. Falrburn Envy YOU WILL .
and Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Davis HOW w'
.I came up from Miami last week JHMFiT READING .
If, BY
; SODA FOUNTAIN end to Join Mr. Ensey'a parents
Mr. and Mrs. E. R Ensey Miss We've missed greatly ".II''
j eke wwWs lady aswsNH1lIUNRaTUN -
Katherine Ensey: Donald
and Harry Jennings (for the Le- SEENLS MONITOR. vs .. skater a er ": return I Ia
'5 NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINESFLOWERS see bat-.damrdpwe,, e'py saa.a.tlry uaa .5550, wbw, ands:hope: you r6- 1
glon dance! at Veto Beach: Satur- you Mod Ihto wor&widt dolly( n-wsme Mgutofly. You WIN wa I U i
day night. The Inseys; and Davis frvih. oar vifweomtt. 5 Mttr riehtr undwitondmt 9t ado h viedatPSIn.dansaes.IssumsaO \
; freshed after a pleasant
;1 __ duce : / :
'If j ?
"-' ;* left Walton for return home cs biniMU, theonr, mm*. raaM, atom.' : : ,
Sunday. --------- ------- and restful
; Mr. and Mrs. Sldrvy Cain en ChrktkM Sclm :! LLv ni4' rt'' summer.
M..Nr "f t"rTi.ii 'w ;
; JI" For All OCCASIONS route from Jamesport, L I., to ._. 4r.f'errs 1 Cm. N5e.r, SMe; I, lotion t'j's'J: :su *. > / ; / ; \' ".

Palm Beach where they are I to a*>t' i I fcKmJwVTh. I .:= rsae. .rod in* TIll CMrtKnInvite : : "' :' If there, is any assistance

t, ; i BOUQUETS. CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS building a winter home, stoppedfor -- \ : > .. 1
\ I. a week-end visit with Mr. Name.k / 0'w l, ri:: I that will '
4 ;" .f ; we'.can'ofer
1 ,,1 r FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS and Mrs. John Roenbeck In An- _..... ,;. :

.1 'n"A! DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS kona.Mill Hilda Monaglam )hasarived Clty. ..__r-.r sae..., ken.- '. j'+!, ; ; make your task easier

from Washington, D. C.,
SMITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOP for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. .' ::: during the coming year, I
I C. Phelps at their home In Eld- Your Friends To I '
; WE WIRE FLOWERS ; ? call .
jl' r;d. / 'l' <. : don't. hesitate:to ony"
.' Arcade Bldg, Slh St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J Richard SabIn who has spent '
f the! summer with hla parent*. Sailsport RestaurantJust t '" your friends In. the Citr-
I.'. ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabin In An
I kona la leaving shortly to return en B' Bank of Stuart.
t.i : to Syracuse, N. Y, to look
... Ii) ,' Highest Cash For Your CarWONT after the Sabin arming property South of Frailer Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 st

Interests which during the ITS OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU A. MEAL OR Y
;. TAKE FIVE MINUTES war was taken over by the Government -
; ) STUARTMember

,I '" ,4 I ,: N' We can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which EMLA'1' ;

.w it. i* as much a. you can get anywhere and'' TRY OUR COLD SALADSOR .
.:: M :l STAY WITHIN THE LAW Jacksonville Sept 18-Marlne: ; The Federal Reserve System and federtj Dpol Inaur nc gorporatlodThti I
'.r' t private now may be promoted to
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. the rank of private !let class upon ,
completion of recruit training TENDER DELICIOUS STEAKS e, Iiok" Personal $
J1 ',Y.' 311-25 South Dixie: according to an announcementmade I

1 f'll; iiL'I:' I i Fort Pierce, Fl*. T4.pIsot.190ro officer Flake,her State today Martn by Capt.recruiting K. K. BENJAMIN GODDARD, -.Prop ervtT :


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TIll .TtlAaT, NEWS, ST ,I4RT. Martin County noamJ, TlWRSDA1', IIn..II, 18. ".", 1.1efI"-g rACE NINE

Dollar 't "Florldlani are again earning 1'M" fcURIttD IN BASTARD CAVE.INMm ---:-- SCHOOL AVAILABLEA will be available to every county, partments. according tar} Word ''
e /more /
service money'' through trade and J mobile".Stats-wide school for city and town In Florid present from the State !Board of Health i lI'j'; $ I!! 'j
to State channel than from any commercial food handlers soon ed through their local health urns oth%' single source a* State and

national patterns revert to normal -
trade dollar returned tokets These trsde.and-servlc

of ,Floridians In 194fJ, earning reached $730,S76,000 WATERHard
, the place of the war-ln- and comprised: 30.8 per cent of

-dollar, the ,research and the $2,372,ooo,000 total Income tlf
trial division of the Flor- Floridians In 1948 The comparable Red CorrosiveFor
ate Chamber of Commerce proportion in 1944 was n.9 ,
I yesterday In !the,,second per ant and 818 per cent 1ft
icrlei of studies on Income. ,1940.- Expert: Advice ,Consult 1"------




530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884 or 532-W

529 Y


torytArcad4s SUart, Fla.


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artin County'Cleaners

.'Lucille Zurenskl, 19, (right) suffered old daughter helped pull her. mother from a TO ;
ne 190 f P. O.. Box,908 thlrl -degree bums of lets and feet when she burning mass of slag after neighbors Ignored the ,
A f..
plunged Into a burning slate pit (left) as the woman s cry for help for fear they too would
WE DO ground In backyard of her home at Castle Shannon crash'through the thin crust overlaying the slag

Pa. near Pittsburgh, caved In Her 7-year- ,He VETERANSEffective


I. ,,., .AIDrry
PERT DYEING ... BERLOU MOTH PROOFINGRUG iiiiHimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiilmiimiiiiii
f apY'a JENSEN NEWSBy All The Month of September


BENDING, ALTERATIONS, and RE-WEAVING CHARLOTTE 1 HELLIERiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn We Are Offering '

Maurice Langberg Tommy Hel-
A Trial Will Convince You lIer, Charlie Smith and Norrls p r rA

All TIlton spent the week end In

I Gainesville registering for entrance 10% Discount

to the University of Florida


Mr. and Mrs Walter Gasser on everything In our store except Nationally Priced j jwe
PRICES ARE HIGH left Saturday for Ohio where

[ SAVE ON YOUR FOOD PRICES N i -p they will visit for a month Merchandise.
Miss Jonne Langberg left Sun

BUY IN"QUANTITY day for West Palm Beach where ( '
she will attend st. Ann's school This is your opportunity to equip your home at a saving
STORE'IN A this winter
The Martin County Fire Department of 10 per cent on all yourfurnishings. I '
E. HOME FREEZE UNIT held a banquet at tile
Blue Goose Friday evening Those
attending from here were Mr. Buy the Mather 65 weeks to '
easy way pay. I"
Now On Display For Immediate Delivery and Mrs. Norris TUton A. A.

a Hendry, R. O Sharp, Charlie t l!
Smith Tommy Helller, Warren I'I't; ,
Sniped and A. J White. J" :
Albert TOM, 4S-year.old baker works at his trade'as the Mr. and Mr John. Meyershave MATHEROF
returned from the North ,Ii
Chicago Bar Association and State prosecutor Investigate his 1
where they spent the summer
rase He was found eating bread on a vacant lot He had $1,530 and are now at their new home lij
on his person' and was sentenced to pay a $200 fine for disorderly la Rio ._ -J.....- '
Martin "County Electric Co. conduct The Bar" Association defense of prisoners committee Mrs. t L. Ricou and daughter, FORT PIERCE ;f'j :
[ chairman Leon M. Despres, said he felt Toes got a "Raw Deal." Mollle of Stuart spent Sunday ,
I While waiting the outcome, Yoos bakes bread at cty( jail In here with relatives and friends ,::1'i'
J. W. KELLER, Mf i
Mrs AA. Hendry was a business
HON BLDG. ''PHONE Chicago 120 S. Second St. Phone 86 Fort Pierce i !'
75 last week.,visitor to West Palm Beach .,, i iIt

Office of State Comptroller Mrs Arnold Taube was hostess ..'.1'j ,

to her bridge Ciua at Seymours It ,.

STOP inToday Gets,,$ in Year scores Inn'Tuesday were made afternoon by Mrs Taube High a u 11 :

and Mrs C. H Aldrman Others .
Tallahassee Sept. 17- (FNS)revenues and disbursements for playing were Mrs Lewis Gamble Hers how jb/jr/ your enjoyment i .will bVoncLbera'i Yes In addition to giving I

Consult ut about your build Are you Interested In !the 'Wflce I !the fiscal\ year ending June 30, Mrs Adolph Hertel:, Mrs R. S. n.. r you oR !the Big-Car ad ,
I through which 181,000.000 of 1917, taken from the Annual Report Robertson, Miss I Elizabeth Robertson I how !!!!!. cost I '
ing problems.PAINTS your money passes of the Comptrollers Office Mrs, E. J. Ward and Mrs vantage described here, .
If you are. then you should For the benefit of) those readers Betty Alderman. : (Re new 1947 Chevrolet ; ,
become more familiar with the who like to keep posted'on the Mary Ann Bellies entertained BIG CAR QUALITY save* you.money" on all I
WALL BOARDS State Comprtroller ,office for fiscal\ affairs of our State here eight of her girl friends on her I Items of purchase prices q" C) ,'r! I
8th birthday) Monday afternoon
last year that Is the amount of are some of the figures: 1'
CEMENT PRODUCTS your money which went through RECEIPTS Various games and contests were AT LOWEST COST operation and Vipkeep
ibis branch of your State Government Total enjoyed after which sake and lea ..... __ gives you BIG.CAR QUALITY ''
BRICK State taxes topped by cream was served The girls
and of which th.ner. 1 AT LOWEST. COSTJ
$3896741468 from the
gasolinetax present were Jeanne Palmer, j
LUMBERMILLWORK age The citizen comptroller knows little.office mightbe were $13744314904Total Sally Backus Ann Heaton, Dar- ....' ''I
aid and donations lene Padon Marlon ,
were Uptegroveand
& ROOFING termed the "nervs center" of
: ,
$26,353,241.04.Miscellaneous late w
and Emma Crhart .
the State Government for It IJ
revenue and Incidental Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward celebrated R
In with
closely numerous
AL SHRIGLEY Mgr. other departments and to a cef- funds brought $3,372.- their 54th wedding anniversary
:ain extent responsible for the 84899 Friday and entertained
last Coast Lumber accurate discharge of their dut- Collections from retirement benefits several of their friends at Ward
lea Insofar M the collection and were $3,91',337.81. Lodge.Mr. f 1
Non. .'and Mrs Holmes Munch
disbursement of taxes and funds recurring receipts. were A
$813871028 and family hart moved back to
& Supply Co. are The concerned comptroller Is to Florida .Total receipts'! $181.024,284.94.DISBURSEMENTS their; home.here after spending
what a bank commissioner la to I !the past two years In South
ne 22 P. O. Box'305 Stuart, Florida other States. It .Is his duty toMe Total operating. expenses were Carolina
Dick Gideon returned last
uutllUtlona $11479917780Aid,
that all State banking -
building and loan and to cities I and !counties week from a months vacation ............
trust companies adhere to the equaled $38,833,427.62.Investments trip; to {yhe New England States

State law governing those Institutions and nonoperating '
in the protection of the expenses totaled $1&,228,714.. BALANCE, July 1. 1948: $83-
depositors'-money. 99. 13885788 You'll enoj.( the Big-Car luxury of "this" smart, srreamRnect d,?
VERY THURSDAYat And unless the comptroller'soffice Total disbursements. $168,859,- BALANCE, June 30, 1947: $74- stylo-hading Body by Fiiher-wlth 'genuine No Draft venHJ"lotion I
.K efficient In 1U book- 32021. 30332241, exfra-ccmfortabU seats, end every facility. for your Q&i
keeping the State never will know comfort and safety-for Fisher Bodies are"the' fined bodies,
where It stands financially for and thoy re found only on Chevrolet and higher.priced cam. .' I
.. _. ....,. ... ?
the every cent It takes In or spends SC0TCH.LITE.SIGNS -. ... .. ,- ,
clears !through this- office, and .'__ _. ,fl
the size of thli task to Indicated Tout ti&fl T6.7 M
b on hods' psi to wet of
ictciry'Bar bv the States $181 million In. md na HtoadtoMl of ..w )1 -: >: i e.pandable t tMda.M'.4I
come, and the J,5C7Is18 warrants UnM. 4 MM-Adlai CMn %"' Tahw N4Noad 7M/PMaHf =
or check that were. Issued last ew/ ...... ,. ...type..ooIy..o..n.w. ,
Can.tt r+ v MI.-I.. ....highor-prlctd....
year. ; No W" salsa a so"afar n a.ChtwoIet .-_ -. _
,A few of the detailed dutiesof THEY SHINE AT sin os d etesa en pw-as.. -
( : the comptrollers office may eery eMnsqo frame '
HELD ON' BAKER .. .... III..mop'e.__. .. oM _
be mentioned is the responsibleIty
of seeing that the thousandsof ,CHARLES B XWEiJ. ',..... ... 1"Y', \! .... year tsar N.o.dy" far whtarf i (itale Stt>t,0dDMr -.... ....
0eweItt Mal.n..sedtlp, .1"". .paMd. .. fan
checks authorized monthly RAINS BLOC., PHONE I03-M ,....... ... da.ownww- e. sane-n of ea .s.*. ,...... ':
Assistance '
and his for Old Age
: mt on*? MriMwMp So Mats pM car h MM ol. M.
aid to the blind,dependent children o see. a ri.dy tor...and eedh..w.days shod. .... .-
and unemployment compensation Ta.7 p.ri.eey etK pa"ooow46N ,-, ? --,-' ..
ORCHESTRAJack aremallelS".tn top" 'P-- -......
,Ime. !
I The comptroller to also chard |- SEENORGE feria baste and MMar-frets resM.a-Aeeoa HP,.> Hb PLET,
the collection for the .
with anal orfy+ to OwwoM mi --
State of its share of the estate
axes, the tax oil tasdBne, ut)' I
titles taxes, occupational licenses t
auto transportation mileage, Intangible Before You Buy I .... .-ass }- t i },

ICTORY BAR tues Recently, fees taxes and comptroller and ee:_many Clarence other See; the New Norge Refrigerator at ROYAL PALM CHEVROLET' CO.

M. Gay has released tot distribution BARTLETT BROS.
dory Hotel Bldg-- Stuart, Fla.' t.four-pae pamphlet entitled _
Your Money and WhereIt 317 Hceela Ave. Phone 209 KRUEGER BLDG. STUART PHONE 9124.
Goes" gHtat a imnmary af ", -- J

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: machine shop employing'S3 men, son averages' rather' than per significant than the; actual, amount QUININE",AVAILABLE; to be eas11y Procirabh'

;""IJ\! \, Martin County FISHING and Is lookliij around for a business worker,or per family average," received ty Jlorldlans'is Surveys Just 'completed ;show end of Ameries

'1 Cement Craft j activity here.: The Stats Chamber cautionedthat the Tact that pet capita'I Income that ample''supplies bf quinine controls,

ate', ;: 1 So please don't tell me that "as previously pointed' 'cut Increased loa per cent In Florida used for malaria and In many y

t I 1\ ,J M_ Byildir Dlvlalw. I IN THE FAMOUS ii sport fishing not still of prime: In these studies,all dollar figures 1929 to 1046, while at the same commercial products. and (julnT-

A: ; JI" Brltklaylng Flattering S ueeoj value to this community should be Interpreted lathe light time the national''Increase was dine, heart medicine are eTaih One of the Drat

j d l; ;a J:1.: ,Cement'Work St. Lucie Region It Is still the most important of present day Inflation., ,MoreInternational':only 76.per cent.* able.noyr and;-should conttnu1TRUEMAN celluloid, made from

I'j/; 1 Fireplace Work A Specialty '
j .. t II, By Ernest Lyons vlronment were both gad Allen PER CAPITA SterlingBulova
( I tka. H. Moru Jr... 1'..*. INCOME STILL TOPS DO YOU
At a city commission meetingthe Corson of the Miami Herald advised I I KNO
't a.. .. 1'01.> cur, FU. IN SOUTHEAST U, S. Watches ,
t j T other night the remark was me to look over Stuart." 1 .
:',: j l pawed that Stuart ought to lay !
With the help of Manager H. Per capita income ot Floridians Keepsake and Woods Art Carved
oct so much emphasis on WE HAVE :
't'' .,) .. fishing i iI Spot B Kraft of the Chamber of Commerce continues to hold,first place' in Diamonds and Wedding Rings IN STOCK d f o,
t Mf, Ricardo was intro- the South, the research and Industrial
disagree. ESTATE and Electric '
:i r Despite the tact that our Inside duced to. the community and divisions of the Florida Ran,
I i .
STOART after looking the area over he C. & E. WALKER Electric .
[ III''I fishing ll not what It usedto bought a homeslte In the Rio State Cham Si'F of Commerce reported GIBSON Ranges
+ SINCE be--largely because< of the ..
section last week today'in the third of Jewelers 1
{ St Lucie Canal-It can and will
:Mow he Is for series of studies CLARK Electric Water Heaters
'< l'U be good again busy on plant' a on Income OSCEOLA AVE. STUART 1,
( home and in week "Last Floridians earned
a or so construction year \
AU we need Is a dry spell
I 'I", { Don't will start an average of $1,010 each, maintaining ,Small.. )y<
that 'a
11" forget we had
I, I With his wife, Lola, daughterOla the lead for the South '
1" Ii'
,{ ':-' ".r, drought long years few-and years In.ago no for time three at 15, and son John 12, he each year since 1929 with the exception Ih; Apartment Electric Washing Mac "
has brought his family here and oE'1941 1942 "
il: all there were giant beds of oysters RADIO 'and :
J I up the North Fork and sea this section has another permanent 'Per capita bictonw paymentsare EXCLUSIVE;? AGENT ELECTRIC
SpecialtssI resident of the type computed by total '
,; I Ir !-l/:: ; All trout sorts and of snook snapper were and plentiful sheeps need a builder. In addition we Income payments by dividing total population FORCENTURY APPLIANCE HEPA1R1NGHUTTO

head were abundant around the Mr. Ricardo recently sold a large and are therefore per per-

: i I t, ;y Reata4 docks in' town) ,

k .' f ,,; Right now with the muddy r BOATS '
water flowing to sea, there Is LOTS FOR .PENSIONERS .
1' u : 1''W4:/i" ,i rot Information Mill good bottom fishing at the ,
," )' l. J' Inlet I will! guarantee that the $50 to $200 AND sRICHARDSON RADIO and APPLIANCE
1 J o' ,;\,, Real Estate Insurance man who knows where and WATERFRONT PRIVILEGESPavement
I ; ;t;IA'' ,' '.f how" can go to the Inlet any day' .
'II Write See
\\J 'I 1 or and catch a fin bunch, of and Sidewalks In front of every lot. CRUISERSSTUART IF,IT'S'ELECTRICAL WE HAVE
:: ; 'It .
tiflf.; sheepshead and
; :, ; JOHN E. TAYLOR mangrove map.pets See
;, 1 .. 1. spots and what have you Phone 302
tk\! J: Osceola Bid*' Phone IOU U he uses live shrimp ;he will MARINE: SERVICE
sal' Osceola ...,
202 A
: : '. STUART pick up an amazing variety Stuart,f|
r r', 1 :, To.teU me that the fishing is O K ,
!" 'J'' ."..JJ: ,' ","\ "no goo U ridiculous when I UBIN Phone 33 Stuart ,Box Opposite, Fire Station :
\, ,: ; ,, ------ know that a group of men who 96'j j 4

'! r' know how to fish have been ; .
V'J -
yQlNKERAM..I ?I bringing them In with clock-like ;
: regularity all summer day after 1
\ i .'eV day-beautiful channel bass. J&f .
I, 'p'd = r t.. PATRONIZE 1
snook and trout.
I .
,: ,
:" \ 'T, It is true that the "amateur"or 1 SPENT IN ,'\\1j'' HOME FIRMSOFFERING

:b. ," I.; REDI MIX even the man who "thinkshe COUNTY
can fish" has had tough MARTIN'COUNTY "

week I talked to a man who
t .
j""I:{ 1" t: Ii I' caught 47 bluefish on the flats

1 ;, \; ( 1\:\ ':ti' STEEL Two men from West Palm Beach .....:.- ..--.-

,; ; I three weeks" ago came In with .. ,
t)F!::' ; more than 30 blues caught on TO I \
1 f i ; ,I CONCRETE feathers. COOK'SSERVICE
: (% BLOCKS On the flood tides every day I Quinn'sStore I Ii I 0 E .. t Stuart Taxi BE Man

f \ 1(, 'II there have been Spanish mackerel STATION Fertili.erTUXEDO ULAMUIIUUsNRWG60sY
:: In the Inlet-and countless i Meat, Groceries TAXIs and.LUNCH r
Ilfi.t. ; : ;f STEEL & ALUMINUM schools of' false albacore. ; And Frozen Food ROOM SERVICE

I : WINDOWS There are plenty of whitingand s r I TRAILER FEEDS FOR BULL
/ croakers '
d,' ,q yellowtail on the I NOVELTIES GIFTS Prompt Dependable ANDCENtRAL 11FEl.eseHAIR
beaches I LENDING LIBRARY Beer and Soft Drinks I, LINE Of
I 0'' I r J t o MASONRY WHITE Fishing is good-we're just Phone 9154 Sandwiches,Soup, Pie Courteous INSECTICIDES: uJ
t: PORTLAND used to better; that It In a ; Jensen Beach tH; Miles, So. of Stuart on POULTRY XEMEDIE Little

I j y ", !, u\ CEMENT nutshell.As to whether. fishing does the 1 I I StiMrt N..., fww For' ..!. IN STUART USE Federal Ill-Way No 1 PHONE 149, I I.STUART'UGUII FEED AYI..PHONE STORE III Beauty* S

It., : I, 1' "\ Phone 748 Fort Pierce town any good a man dropped : PHONE 9131-J A TAXI ITS GULF GASOLINE JACK MARTIN ..,..
; into the office the other day. I __ I II* S. AKKON AVtl
; ;,,1'' f "My name is George Elcardo CHEAPER.
I Ii he said "I came to Florida from

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'' ;r CracksCetsRedSarns HOTPOINT 114 Or..I* s.;". Ft. rtoo,
,:1 ')", ,1 GENE IS I SOOTHING AND I and WESTINGHOUSE 'Cottages end Boat r r Billy sez.. e e BARRETT APPROVEDROOFERS TRY THEM -

:4 :" l [FFECTlVETREATMENTfOI i APPLIANCES WHOLESALE sad RETAIL' (E.duII..100 hr ........, ....... ARE MORE 1
SeafoodBaitlFor. S'.4..... R. ......t.... ........tooI,) APT TO HAVE I
I"1p' ATHLETE'S FOOT i Sale AU' TM w Built... *.M IM.
1--. .,ror to.. ...... Electrical Contractor '
1.1, ',: .wlak.. p.4...lHkh.tw. |. J-H kill. Ml A I JENSEN BEACH ..s* Wher1 ere you see an orderly I A.Uata. w....*. Tar Jensen Bei
(,f IIVt. d.. Nnpl l *N I .....11 'oel .. .uMO., g-ie ......... Hu V scene; who spends his time and ,. '
.,1Pf .... ....." .. ,......- M wkWi A*. works --- '
II" !.!.......twtgl..r.w mn4 Mwlv*. 4-Ir_ t real hard to keep 1 "i1 v : t1. w.. ....... .f-.... ........ ,..u.., w r l ; neat and clean. He doc not QUALITYSEAFOODS,: r
if 1 ,1i': t.ppr.al.l.ew..ot.t.wd, .r.L.t.. I T ANDY LET US (S scatter,trash around and clutter/ SUNRA1JALOUSD
Y 1 J 1,. 'h. ,'!'I' IN. r..n N..h.... It r d.ai.'e, I. up th' place .*, he takes real 1-
I ,'. ., Give Your Car TruckA
.rite.4M. toot 10 Ito Ie nil d'" HOME MADE or
It' I .n of 'M ,uauhk bt .././ tllHVoil of I Complete reeve 'Pride' In all hid' ground W,, of Formerly Comaboen I
,I' ,he. ..., lo.1lut..t/f 1hwh.ohlp I By Box or Pound Check: Up rubbish ther '
:,; t I h.lt plm woldt and pf id frowrhrivt Pralines Dirmite DO trace!
I .a on hot, persp rJflU fd So Bcr*. a EXPERIENCED: ATTENDANTS Th' man Is also likely to be ALL SEAFOODS IN ADD BEAUTY, COMW"
I w., i It hNpoe a. Mexican Cream AND MECHANICS J a VALUE 1O 00511aWINEsS W1-1
\ I' t' down Nto.Nwe t ",ronhe. Further. I In Coconut Pull .1 An m.... feller worth knowln'. well *- his SEASON aY l IW"
!II'' r ,' ; tooth nil inalRUic MpredwU' work tAStto I Kisses OPEN 14 HOURI DAILY mind!, like all th' lee .
II.h riltnc ft.n Ind roNme.I Butter Crunch 1 you Open 7 a.m.'Ti ll 6 p.m.. SUNRAY SHU
,'1 Mtlpt Ouord Agolnttlnf.etlo, I ..l ICE CREAM-COLD: DRINKS of filth Is clean as a belli! Be has Saturdays Till ft. p. m.' ESTIMATE ?roPUrtB
r' ;4 T..tM'nir lot 'u> i tub w Ih Nrur.b.li.Mk Standard Oil Co. I no time for
A' drlval
at and
II off ihoM funfti' and to kelp prtvcM.painful "- I
; and ..:,>ua caa from devclnpmflll Mildred Heath'sSWEETS SUPER SERVICE STATION you judge that by hit home WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY Sunray Shutt
... .. ..
I J' ", N. hale i ilcl iihihil to owl It 1.i Products I IW
IN, ... Iran and nfrtahrdMicky toot... I RALPH P. CHANDLER O..e .' .twould rte th1' same If ba'llved NOON
i A I .1 ( k., nun. doel aO ;..i.Ic the akua, 01.1. Nl W.p I I In hut I lot C,ARMOR, P.tM|
a or Ticath State Akron Are. Plume
I' r I' .Not.atid nnr drMftif ntiue G. koaIII : Rains Bidf 4th. St. \ '_ ".... ,_ I / a House,
mdar te< r>r>w yuirkl/ brLpt '--- 6af -- '-" -
1 y j' wnh....mp.m"H'mo. ,elief, R JlrrciKxx... ,. LOUIS E. DENFELD Mlu'
11f'1, I p. f .ihu jluable i.$1 At make their minds Justwhat -
,I I, : In Id ').. .. I 21 knttln, Admiral Denfeld Commander -
I 1'R.-. N dru..f' 0< in* KNflfi. tauMlat ,I h,ni kuntiM' .) I STUART: they-llkelawDI whetyou I'' Staff
In Chief of the Pacific
; i./II.j./ fill uinbuHi" frum ItHuni, tat Fleet SUNOCOCAS \ may walk-If thoughts they I Fred A.
1 '' was named U. S. Hifh Com PAINT CO. ForFILING '
: think ae''dirty as tar .
If' NEURA'BALM missiorter of Central Pacific ,OIL, that{ you know(
j 1 I by the-r talk! Your mind, like CABINETS JTegidered'Civil
: Island. under a Untied Nations PAIN LUBRICANTSMartin soil, ,will show whaf you lOW;
( I" eau 111 tift 0/IMI {OMaON A''nn trusteeship by President Truman iRNISHES I if clean and worthwhile seed, you need never blush at 'what 'you ,and EniM |

Ji 1 %' 1001Y...t OM C'ACf. Islands Include the Mar, I County Rep know, nor to your, words give heed I. 4 /.
lams, Manhalls and Caroline All Type' off( And a"

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