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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 25, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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tiME THE STUART NEWS. .STUART, Martin! County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. M 1947 PRICE TEN CENTS
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fcorm Damage' May Cost City $20,000 I RUSSELL TELLS Consent Won for 'Last: CITY BOARD



OF 5 HUMAN Road 76 Right-of-Way ADOPTS THREEFINANCIAL
HIT DIRECTS HURRICANE ERODES STATE ROAD AlA IN JENSEN BEA

CONDUCT RULESAnkona Consent to a declaration of faking the !la.st parcel! of ACTS

HAUSTIVE JOBCOMMUNITY property outstanding for a riirht-of-way' for improvements

of 6 miles of State Road 76 from U. S. 1 to the South f'orkbrldj'e
Speaker Exempli; ; Evans for Operation Taxation Ordinances
was gained Tuosefay: by Attorney( Crary
It fies Each )Law[ for the County Commission Crary said ho hoped to have Tax Payment
Plan Pass
14 Rotarian* poHWHHinn of I the t'CUr th+:' county by this week end. ,. -!-_-

)Five rule of human conduct With Coccpwm: ot actual acquisition Two emergency ordinance

Deter Progre! formed the framework tor a 'vf the deed the action i SCHOOL BOARD and a resolution were

| .II lit loeconr over-I' talk by Fletcher Russell of An cleared Uic last obstacle to turn- adopted by the City Com-
SI
kona at the weekly noon meet Ing nil the rlBhls-of-way over to i miHKion'at IU regular sessionat

Ounty ] ing of Rotary Club at Chlsholm the State Road Drpi\r\llY-l1t.\ The TRUSTEE VOTE I city hall lust night.
gradual
Martin
yesterday, noonAdmonishing. Emergency Ordinance/ 181 was
j erasing faRt 1 an much his listener to SRI) iiuw can advertise for bids the annual appropriation rrras-

[possible the signs of' write, these rules down as he )ht tho contract three weeks later, ule showing exp<.cted total administration

week's devantatinK 'hur I' gave them, Russell in the course and get the project started fm. SET NOV 4 expense, of $30,-

kne. circumstance where. of his oration listed them as rncliatly: Uicrenftcr Crary said I 842.50, total appropriation of
cept In self preervaUolxploltatlon: of $11012445 and anticipated revenue
nag] Is Irreparable, at least fellow men, bad drives out good In: EPDs construction budget: :I County Taxpayer Will from the utility tax .of
7 the time blng, a strong! diminishing return and self for 1947 allots $350,000 to this Select; 3, Determine 512.500.

blance of normalcy has been Justification I Job. I I Millage 'I Emergency Ordinance 182 will
ed.. However, several days .
The speaker pessimisticallyviewed Crary ropnrtrd approximately determine the amount and fix
Martin County taxpayers will
ontlnued rainy weather and the future aa aimed at the rat* of taxation and make
$550 more will bo potted by the'i select, three new School Board'
have
winds hampered
cling progressive/ strengthening of the the annual tax levy for the Cityof ;
oration and left much yst to national state and Increased county( In circuit court to cover ,I trustee* and determine how Stuart for the year beginning
much mlllage shall be levied and
iccompllshed slavery of the Individual, The the apprahed valuation of the next Wednesday. As shown In
ty Manager L. B. Eurtt es.ti1ed lawn he said are natural ones last three rlghts-of-way which :1 collected expenses annually to cover op the ordinance 24 mills will be
reek\ rdaj the city may ex- and "'Katun never gets licked." were sought by the county for ;, crating election Nov. at a special assessed for ordinary purposes,
4, it was announced -
1 a* much as $20,000 in 1Utustlve I the road In eminent domain II
46 In modifying each he pointedout pro- this w:ek by School: Board mill for publicity purposes( and
efforts to restore andn that the many wage gains ce'cilnps Originally,$4,100 was ,j I Attorney M. O Littman. 10 mills for debt service on the
up throughout the com- bat now being made by labor will posted at a special court hearing I j I The truhtee will be elected bya original Town of Stuart as treated -
illy. He laid the town west Alit work only to greater Injury to Sept 0 to cover all but three countywide vote although "noti by the legislative Act of 1915

he Florida' East Coast Rail- ..... .... labor and he advised against outstanding pieces of property I i, more than one trustee shall 1 for a total of 35 mills on the original .
1 tracks I'"Is In good chape' ---- c selling tangibles now In face of Since th n. the right-of-way for I'come from any one residence town. Debt service;) of II

street* well cleared and c"iu,,"... r_ita. '"our currency being too unstable one parcel was found to have' I[ district for which a county I millIon the annexation to the
M of trash pickup made so Laslweek'e hurricane struck particularly hard several days. This Is a section of the road i ." been acquired: previously with board memb Is provided for original town will be assessed
City worker with both city He stressed the fact that each anotlrr parcel. consent to "' for total the annexation of
on
In JenNen Beach where I It washed out large see- showing a washout near the Ocean Breeie by law This contrasts with the a
ki were in the west sectors tions of Slate. Road A1A Thhjiiluation plus Camp. of theie laws can be found wld'- within the jurisdiction of we-1 I former procedure of electing 34 mills.
he city near the business dls- ly evident In the world today, court was obtained on the tlirrr separate trustee In the Resolution 403 relate to the
cl'artng trash yesterday and fallen I trees made the road Impassable for (Other Storm Pictures' on Page it.) ond and consent on the
1 particularly .No 1. exploitation. parcel three pedal I I district In collection and payment (If taxes J
yet to reach St. Lucia Among his exemplification. he third' parcel was obtained Tuesday i the county which now are abolished for the yeac 1947 and providing ,
tes, the negro ace "on and cited the many modern night- by an act of the 1947 L-g. for discounts if they are paid
rado Heights.lor pickups aligh I. RAINS DETER Only 5 Days J. H. REARDON JRm time diversions Which "serve to Crary spiked a rumor that thecontract Lslaturc Instead the act com- within 1 specified times With II

streets In these areaa disintegrate the hom," the for the project already i bined the three districts Into taxes due a 4-per' I I
r been satisfactorily cleared many new magazine which ha* been let He explained that one countywide district and cent discount u.ill:8KI: e for
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extra help or trucks have HIGHWAY WORK Left to Buy IS NEW MANAGER I block sales "of the better-grade the SRD must obtain notice under made a 07-per cent reduction In payment by Nov 30, three 'percent
i hired, Eurlt aald' but he publications, man* employmentof law that all titles have been : the number .of trustee to be for payment by Deo, 31:, I.
some aid In the work may becoming New LicensesCounty "Immoral means to try to I secured tx tore It can let any contract I chosen' two per cent during January, 1 I
from the county. Repaying Has Moved Only SUNRISE make his endeavors appear The project will consume Voting will bi done at specified per cent during February and "
OF INN I It I points in each of the county
star spurred by Monday 9 Miles Southward i moral, and 30000 qhost writ- J'i month to complet, was .none thereafter '
Tuesday's heavy downpours I : Judge Arthur R cionta its In Washington D C who estimated Contract for It will '.s eight precincts The millage A special meeting of the commission
li high In many place, par *'Report i I justify the Insane act of th" Include both the building of the, found necessary and required Is was called for Monday f.
larly, in the negro quarter Last week' hurricane and this today reminds more than halt Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bcrkey of I present Federal Government' II road and contraction of the !, 2 mills although the voter can night at S at which time bid* I
Lake Clair and Stypmann week'a persistent rains have of Martin County' auto operators Chicago, owner of the 8unrise two bridge between U. S. 1 andwhere I approve of more or less than will be received for a new pump .i r
ft 1 and 1 Subdivision, but that oiJy five days remain Inn, exclusive resort hotel at LIBRARY HOURS the improved road from i this amount, It was pointed out. for the city water tower and for :
|e warm dry day Ilk3 ,esr- slowed the work on repavingU. in which a new license may be Port Sewall. announced this CHANGE OCT, 1 the west ends Trustees will be elected! for two erection of a new sign at the '
will reduce this sluatlon 8 I from the south city limitsof procured without incurring penalties week that James H .Reardon, Optn hours for Martin An additional acttoa involves I year term beginning Jan 1, I north end of the Roosevelt '
Idly, Eurlt pointed out. He Fort Pierce to the mouth for tardiness Baaed on Jr. Courtly Library will change moving of several power line 1948 when the present trustees Bridge. I, ,
will assume! management of
] the negro sector weathered boundary of Martin County to last year's sales more than 3,300 the Inn this season, Dec. I to next Wednesday fromthen poles which are owned by the I term expire' The present: nineinclude f Junior Chamber of Commerce .
j storm unexpectedly well, a virtual, standstill, It wo. .imported "Potential applicant exist In.this May 1. He will) take over the itaornfaf schedule to *n after- Federal Government and the Mrs Gtdrge Keith, L. DMcdfresh President Ben A. R'ddlng. Jr.. ''r: .
fit, Police Chief Roy baker, yesterday by R. B. Kav- county, but as of 4 pan. Monday duties of his father who is retiring awn schedule from 2 (to S p. m. Florida Power and Light Company i and Mrs. H. W. Munch Jaycee Ralph W. Hartman, Jr.. \: i ,1
front District Paul D. Combs, '
anaugh, project engineer in only 1.531 new licenses had been each weekday. The librarian J. .
Chief John N. Mann andt because of his h'alth. along the rlghts-of.way. and R.W. King appeared for discussion l'r :
patrolman Albert Grinner charge. for the State Road De- old by Clont office Reardon ha managed the ho- Mrs. Blanche Slocum, will also Consent from both parties has Dr. Walter F. Davey and Mrs. of a proposed design for HI," j'
1 partment. The judge said his office again be at the library from 7 to 8 been gained, Crary said. George Shelton from District 2, !, ,
other city and county off!- tel for many year and was a O H. Tilton, Mrs Ada. Griffin the sign, but decision was post J.i
; So far, Kavanaugh aid, the will be open Saturday afternoonto p. m. each Monday ----------- t
s i were on the job contlnu- stockholder In the company HI and Clarence M. Fletcher from poned to Monday' meeting 'i
job of laying the first or binder facilitate ali, but that after' r Popular demand set up the .
py during the blow helping son has been associated with I AUSBURN PURCHASESMEYERS' District 3.CITY Mayor Phil Pence described a :t
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: and there as the need arose layer of asphalt paving has next' Wednesday applicant will him throughout the years durIng summer schedule for ihoppers INTERESTAT 'proposed new motor for the '
ther progressed only t mile from be 'required to pay an extra $1 ; However a vote of patrons of 1 the "Antiquated"prjsent \
communities In the the winter season and WILEY MOTORSThe tower to replace
Fort Pierce and the cover layer for tardiness or submit to a driv- the library recently revealed PRIMARY
nty report gradual prograa branched out Into business for one which 1* a 12-13
ig made to restore the storm's has moved only Jli\ mile southward ing test any Thursday after- himself by operating th* summer a 11 to 1 preference for afternoon I partnership operation of horsepower four-cylinder Palmer -
noon. The regular prices are the
age, Road have been made Worker war: able to be resort hotel, Hamilton Inn, openings during the win- the Wiley Motor Company on gasoline motor capable of

nil and Immediately after the last week and not until today Applicant art reminded that, was commissioned as lieutenant ported. this month when O L He suggested a 25 hp motor to

rlcane were compl'tely blocky this! week. they need not make a personal In the Navy at the beginning .1 Meyers sold his Interest In the pump 200 gal a minute The
fallen tree. However, the SRD engineer appearahce In Judge Clont office cf the war, He operated the N-w I firm to Arthur Ausburn It was I Th' annual prlmarjTTlectltm pump serves the 60,000-gal. tower -
Band
he immediate reaction to continues to feel the project can to secure a new permit, Instead York resort again this summer School announced here this Week In the City of Stuart will be held only In cases of power ahut-
h a heavy drain on city funds be completd or nearly so by they Way leave their old and returned last week end with I Russell Wiley, who retained hU Nov 25 and the general electionon off.Jim
storm damage repair was Nov I "..f the weather give us license together with the appropriate his wife and daughter, Terry First Pontiac agency e.t the time: of Pec 9.' it was announced thin Mcrrlman business manager
ad of any other heavy unex- any kind of break" He said the lee at five specified i to their home in St. Lucie Delays I his sale to and AusburnJ I week by the office of City At- for the Stuart veterans ,
ted expense Eurlt said thed 8'12' mile of uncovered binder stations in outlying communities Estates Their ion, James 3rd again Is actively engaged In the triiney M. G Llttman Publication football team aplirarrd seeking 1
ordinarily ticketed for layer will be covered before any where they will be picked up returned earlier to enter i school: Show to Oct. 3 business as sales and senile) I of legal notice to this effect financial aid by the ell) for the
et repair wet be exhausted further bind:r 1 II laid, and believes by highway patrolman and the Mrs Berkey stated today that manager. Meyers was ]not avail will Hart Oct 23, It was said teams trip to Endicott, N. Y..
e no damage expense fundVt the crew should! reach the : licenses I returned within a repair of storm damage 1 I. un- able for comment on his future Variety In the> election will be Oct. 12. but decision was delayed
up but he believed no bor- north Martin County line with day or so These station Include der way Damage to the beauti- The Martin County HighSchool plans I In order' this year as the result of until Monday.
ling from oth r Funds will be I the under-layer no later than Earl Soda Shop In Indl- I fully landscaped grounds may marching band will ------------- the ratification of the 1947 legislative The: Fine Art Guildwas
Vuiuted. the end of the first wck in antown, St. Onge Grocery In'' be estimated by the fact that skip the Stuart-Beile Olade foot- INDULGENCE ASKED act abolishing the present granted use of the Civic Center
a October" Kobe Sound, Smith's Grocery In'' 25 truckloada of debris have been ball game tomorrow but probably FOR ROAD REPAIRS three-man City Commission! in for a public meeting next Wednsday -
ST PHONES, POWER The resurfacing north of Stuart Salerno, the Palm City Store and I hauled away within the past will make Its first appearance favor of a five-man body. Qualified night City I Manager L
ORTED RESTORED will) extend: to the end of the Til ton'* Gulf service station in I few days Whlb- the roofs of the at the Stuart game In County Commission Chairman clcctora will vote for three B. Eurlt was instructed to writeto
pproxlmately 86 per cent of wide concrete approach to the Jensen Beach. Inn and cottage were damaged Oke'chobee Oct. 3, it 'was announced R L Wall In a statement Issued /n w City Commissioners Insteadof the State. Road Department I:
customers of the Stuart of- Roosevelt Bridge within a few Judge Clont tressed that the enoughto_ cause Interior( water Tuesday afternoon by Tuesday morning urges countywide l I the usual one since two new regarding a permit for the city to .
of the Florida Power and hundred feet of the Lighthouse. deadline Oct t at i p.m when damage, the !greatest destruction: Director Wendell Waters. indulgence with the commission positions i>ti! the board will be Install a traffic light at the Infraction -
tit Company have had The resurfacing will skip .8 of a his lottlce clears doe not except I Wall to the cabanas and walls Waters said he still is In the In IU efforts to clean up open In addition to the conclu- of U B. 1 and 4th St i
tared as of yesterday power noon, mile through, Stuart to com- winter visitor to the State who around the new swimming pool. process of whipping the organi- roads In' the wake of the hurricane sion of Mayor Phil Pence term The commission Issued a request -
lager John M. Law Jr., mence again at the Intersection may secure a new license by Mr. Berkey stated. Although zation into presentable shape Extra trucks and labor Commissioners W. R. Baker and to Stuart citizen that for
retail of V. 8. 1 and East 4th St The sending the fee, the old license great quantities of earth were and has not had time to properly have been hired, Wall said ana Jack L Coleman will be holdovers sanitary reason pain be taken

>nly In a few Isolated taw, workers can lay 1 mile or more and a stamped elf-addressed. I washed out of the lawn, over prepare lot the Belle OJade the work Is proceeding as rapidly The post of Municipal her-after to see that all garbageIs
iclpally 28_mile on Indian of asphalt a day In good weather, envelope to him. th? retaining walls along the occasion. However, he felt the as possible. "We asmire you Judge now occupied by Harry carefully wrapped or sacked
i;.r Drive and a aide lateral to Kavanaugh said In explaininghis ----------- riverfront the wall stood the band would warrant first per- that we are doing all In our Dyer aUo will be subject to th' preparatory to collection beforeIt
| St, Lucia Canal i4ocks'hss: belief that an early finishof RESOLUTION PASSED lashing of the hurricane wave formance by' the time the Okee- power to get our roads In order," balloting Is placed In garbage containers. -
not ben restored and these the work la possible Legal publication will be made ; from the Atlantic without chobee contest come due. Wall stated. Assistance is being Closing date for registration .
fr next week of a resolution passed This band, he explained, will
the from the for
I age sought on job the election will be announced -
expected back by this week GARDEN)' 616i TO MEnThe at the School Board Sept 2 represent the school for the first
Burned I The piers, which were State. he add'd. later. ,
out transformersscaused first fall meeting of the meeting which establishes five ed by The dam-I semester, and then will be reorganized THE TIDES97
these two delay, he Stuart Garden Club will be held county board member residence erroneously into a concert band for
"The over-all picture 1 I' 27 at the Woman Club In- district corresponding to the week all being destroyed, I This will Include -
Oct the spring term.
to have weathered the Guild Present ;:;;,
high to Kesselring r" Wit S. L"r
o.d Im
good now. Law stated\ std of on the regular meeting five County Commissioners' dis In shipshape'condition.: The-removable a few new members and 10''Hill" r... th. _. .. ... Oel...... I.


and continuous and
rain marching band will Include .. by W. H. 1I1t..1II.
ry employe of the office has Hear Radio scene of wrecked docks as thepoststorm 30 musicians, one drum W 't.. w. I
"aged ll-iT hour a day on high waters washed A..II r.1I,, UI. '.11.
over the standing pier major and one twirler Wayne "Arsenic and Old Lace," a I day. This date was set by President -
Job line*.the storm passed Well will be Uki leader and comedy play by Joscphr K'8S'I. 16 4-31 511t I."e _._
l Mr. and Mrs. Berkey returnedto H R. btcffens du home
Elect Officers ; ,
Thursday In the : 4,11411 11,01 lIn
$111
Except Announcer 21
will twirl. The 'k-pi
I Sullivan
Patsy ring, has been elected for late ,
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(Continued On tout Stuart ahead of the seasonto a this week end from a threeweekVacation _. to 110 11,10 todsAPL
Page/ ) instrument Include: ,
superintend repair of the others by November dramatic productionby I 1 1:0. IT II'" ,2:51Stitt
I -- Ellen Rowell flute; Rita In North Carolina, six so 1n 7h4, 1,110 141I
W CHEF STARTS damage "No estimate of the the Fine Arts Guild, it was Itid :
; CHISHOLMTS TODAY Jack "McCormack:, agricultural Porter and retiring president Homage ,can be made until the Taube Jack McElfresh, Sally I announced Tuesday night!; Exact \days In advance of the ordinary :=: : I a'66- m u: I Ut;

---t announcer on Station WOB3 In Lon Tyson are expected to holda Insurance. adjuster arrive," she' Oorrecht, Dolores Bartlett, Mary date of production will be giver date for the monthly meeting on
erle Cunningham began his Miami, will speak on radio tech special meeting after tomorrow' laid. I IJAYCEEEn Melli Burgess.' Buddy- Hayes, Bill later, < I the first Tuesday of the monthto THE'WEATHER.
'let today a* chef. at ChU- nique at the weekly noon meet- Huddle, June Bowd'n and Alvin The choice was announced at facilitate tryout advancement
% replacing Fred Spring ing of Klwanls at tho.WWan'sClub club meeting to elect a newsecretary !!! 14EETIN-G Hendry,.Jr., clarinet. Edna Jane a. special meeting of the Guild Tue'day night's session servedto .

ha* been serving In the tomorrow Program Chairman and treasurer. Ough- IS WELL ATTENDEDIn Elklna bas clarinet; Emily at the court house that night Initial\. the Guilds membership .11w th. ". ...--.0;a.: 01tv vw&l".. .10Jbn .
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Jtion temporarily. Henry Kindred announced terson, Herbert Bruner. and spite of the heavy rain the Morrison Joan Comb and .ky Mrs. Glenn DeBerry, chair campaign. More than 150 "'" .011. 111...., rl..
r. and Mr*.. Cunningham ar- Tuesday George Keith, Comprised the Jaycee-Ettes had a large at- Martha Pegram, saxophones: man of the repertoire committee letters have been sent out to T__.... __..
d here Tuesday and are rang The gey. Phil kaxwell'wai nominating committee all selection tendance at their regular meeting Betty Morrison and Betty Joan which had been assigned to malu I prospective tllot&* reported ....- .."""'-

temporarily at the Carle- eletcQd president of the club at of which were unopposed. Monday night at the Civic Blanton, french liorna: Jane Arbogait the selection Initial tryout and more as .on...*... 11 Ie .n..1.,..
1 Hotel.. B* baa had long ex- the nnual balloting for new of. Eight attendance button were Center, Plans.wen made for : Lurline Greene T. C. for part will be held at another lOOn all new address list can be ...... n .., '..
'lanes in food handling in- fleer at last nlda,'* meeting awarded. by Secretary; H. H. decorating the Civic Center for Hayes, Judy Arbogait Jdhn aoeclal meeting called by ),Ira 1 compiled The principal membership .11oo1..... u U .I.'" ,ofIt"L .
ding chef position in hotel C. A. "BUI" Porter wa elected Thayr at Friday' session Keith the month of October and No Rain and Settle Huff, cornet: DeBerry, a director of the Guild I are $3.50 for an Individual u '" Is6"t.
Denver and Albany and at vice-president and Charles .Rue, received a five-year button, B. vember. Discussion wa* held on Benny Fulton and June Matou- at the court house Tuesday nightat ; and $3.M' for a family. Interested It .' -ft. ,.
Hamilton Inn at Lake PIe..- Prtc French, Kindred. Carl A. D Fulton and Cecil John received future project which will be Ilk trombones; George Rltch 7:30. Everyone Interested I I' I parties may contact INC 93 RAMIF"
*. Y. this summer. They Bridge T. T Oughtcrson: 1. C.KlckUter two-year award and JC announced later. Weather permitting ball: Melvin Isenhour Herman urged! to attend I Mr. Wells A. Lipplncott at the '
1to make Stuart their per- and George H. Ttlton Anthony Jr, Bernard Ctkerl all JayceEtte,'will report Reltx, Jr.,. Junior Mancll and Th regular monthly meetingof I Atlantic Court Apt.. Prior* I 5 ;I' '.-: ; ;: t.j!
nent home and now are look- were elected director, George Parka, Porter and W; Xt to the tennis court, at II Eddie Leek, "percussion sad the Guild "will be held at the or Mr*. B. P. Madiera, lot RI 323,1 'aTMAL.. .. .

: for a.n apartment, house The director plu Maxwell, Park got 'one-year button<< ; I Saturday afternoon: Joyce Edenfleld bell )lyrs..0 Clvlo Center at I p m Wednet >side Drive, Phone 18S-R. ... T.; 1,'
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t ..iv.W t 4 GINGER PRINCE WINS I searching for just such ai Ginger HeldIn I MOVIE. CELEBRITIES LAND SAILFISH 1

PARAMOUNT APPROVALFOR to fill a role In Shirley Tem Davis-Jeske Wedding NOTICERates

ple's latest production. Gingerla

MOVIE ROLE I \ apparently unaware of the at- Scranton Pa. Sept 5 k on all.garbage

tenllun' attracted' By her long service ex'to
Ginger Prince who born
i 'I was i and dance numbers and performs residence and willraised
SMI7 ti SyGttTHOUS apartmenft
111 Stuart five ,JE1 Ry ;
a y year age while of Mr and Mrs. I
for the enjoyment her, Announcement ha boon ftiadr Ralph Pow IL He
bef father, Hugh Prince, wan audience with !little thought of, of the marriage' ul Mis. Adele;, was graduated from Martin effects Oct. 1 ac /din$ to
a manager of the 1 ft
\ LYric: Theater "showing 'oft," If an actress I M Jeske Id1 Milton Davis' Sept ,flaunty High School with the -- of serv\e renderec/
nuiV join Shirley Temple In the amount
t' 't must be? temperamental Ginger 8 In Scranton, Pa The wedding\ Class of 1941, served five years wr
production of her next /film. This 'will have to acquire that trait took: place In the FvaiiK'(lira' ) ,, lit the Army Air Forces and made
j 1. the! word from Paramount TY E /
t In tile training course she will Lutheran Church with the Rev. a distinguished record during { MISSION
'talent
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UcouU authorities
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f + I take In Hollywood In the n:arI Charles Brodell offlrluUnit Mr.- four years In the European L
writ
; who selected her after an audi y Clerk
I future. and Mrs.. Curl Schmid: were the Theater of Operations. ,
i'QU tit :N--w York City Vila E
Sf ; tti'intb 1, I P.TA MEETING CANCELED ,attendant i'1 In high school he distinguished r LJ
Mrs. Davis it the daughter of himself on the football tam
Mr. and
Mm. Prince and Ginger
The' September meeting of the
y I Mrs Adele Josko of til' Alik'rSt and as a bass violin player In
of
now Atlanta
i Wl'IIUI'ftt! Sl.iiui! Purcnt-Teactrr Assocla-
+ k last week of Mr. and Mrs, par. lion was. canceled because of Scranton. She spent the the orchestra. Since coming
past two winter seasons at Jupiter home two he has ICES
sit|" DuiiMomb! and pent the the storm. Mrs. aarlund Eden years ago continued NO
Island wher she was em-
latter part of their annual varattnn field, president, announced this these activities playing
cloyed by Mr. and Mrs.: WorthIngton with the veterans' football team
VLsltliig.among l :otter former week that the announced
program
ff j : Scranton af. their (oceanfront and the !Stuart t1sher
r'I on : Sail
friend\ of Stuart. will
I They had: for last wek be
''" t' come from New York City following presented at the October meet- estate. baseball team, and making a City Occup i nal Licensee
\
; ; the audition, requested)Ilnll. Dan MfCarty of Fort Pierce! Mi Davis l III well-known' here, profession of his music. t
by talent scouts who had been,, be the '' Afer a honeymoon the couple
i will guest speaker. having grown up a, tlohe Sound. will Visit with the Ralph Powellsat DUE O OB 1,1947

II" 'r .-- 'where' he made his home with( I
--- -- -- ---- -- ---- Salerno until they locate-a
\ -
I his broth t-ln-law and ulster. home.
On or after November at a penalh
1 ,
1
I. : I NOTICE -- I .. 10 per cent wiy be adde
"I'i' -- -- -
\ Charles F. Dlrr has returned
,I"I'', ( : Wall-Savage from ,a summer spent In Ohio ....., "" ....
;! r I where he visited his boyhood Jon lUll, movie celebrity, smiles broadly' .ver I Kb tint sailiM L.
f ROOMING
: j I home for the first time In 20 while his wire Franca Lanfford. shares fad thrill. Capt Bokrulford Eurit,
NuptialsHeld
r I.: 1/1/ years. He was at Toledo and wh piloted Jerry Smith's ember for them In the Call

,lip t LorrjUno. Stream, completes the trio. The famous movie couple returned TAX COL UCTOR or
{' 1 1I We expect ear of roll roofing Friday, Sept. 26 .
'f On I 5. .la professional duty In California last week after riding out the CITY OF S UARTNOTIC

I .5 I:; ,lr'' East Coast t Lumber & Supply Co. SaturdayI Mr. and Mrs Samuel W. Tray- hurricane at their new home on the north \bank of the !t. Lucia
I Nb I lor ol Allen.own. Pa., are In Stuart -
I for a few days to the -- -----
.. 'I'! o Ii Friends and relatives htiir,: |' survey I ---
Phone 22/Stuart ed the marriage of Miss Evc: \.y'n i storm damage to their winter. mother and aunt, Mrs. Drew LONG WILL ATTEND j
.I I Savage and Wall I 3rd at, estate at For Bewail.Miss L.-
It' King and Mrs. Kate Moore.
; ?l.+! o p m. ;aa11t.; the horn. of I -'I- I BELLE GLADE PARLEY

\,) i Mr and Mrs. K. I. Wall, Jr. The Margaret Mean la spend- [ Mrs. Bill Porter and ion Tallahassee, Sept. 25 + (lENS.) I
; IIKI (I'WVf'ekJI' In Columbia,!
a \
Rev Phil MuxwHl.. 1 performed' : '
Charles, who went to Mt. Airy, -Vocational agriculture! teachers -
; : '\\ J) GENERAL ;| ELECTRIC the ceremony. i ij Conn., as guest of ber Stuart I I N, C,, with Mr. and Mrs George from Bell Glade,Fort Pierce,
I winter neighbors, Mr and Mrs.
; j The bride wore white
a crepe' Parks two weeks ago are expected Stuart, Pahokee, Clewlston, f
W II Carp..nt.er. They all willreturn' -
tI ''f' envmble with flrwillp, veil :taxi l |
home Sunday. Mr. Porter *IM Moore Haven, LaBdle and Fort
carried a eonasof 'ulic .row,. together next month forth drive to Jacksonville Saturday Myers.will meet In Belle Glade I CAVL STUART ;
SERVICE,
I ,-: : '. 1 15 c ill. Hot Met Heaters ''She was attended by her sislrr.'Miss ., ? season. I, to meet them and the family will Saturday, State School Supt.
Vlma Savage ax maid nfi be week end guests of Dr. Julia .
I Colin English has announced.Th
: :, ( A irlint'nnnqt'l honor, who scloeted 1 un enni'inblc'' I' J. It Roberta' of Indianapolis Kline and son, Charles. Stuart teach'r Is C. W.Long. FOR REE WORK AND CENTRAL e
and Miami the week! end
of delicate 1 old was __ _
dint I
I pink m\w\ I English! Mid the conferencewill
;" I l I laee with a corsage! of white guest of his fraternity brother, Mrs. Ethel T. Porter returned
: t j.arhn gefepisposa Ispe astors.I N nator Evans crary, and Mrs. deal with forestry training, Clean Up
,
t home Saturday after a two- on-the-farm ,
i training programs
\ : ; I'. W nlrf"r T Washers I Jam's Harrell, lifelong frlewli Crary of St..:....Lucle. -Es-ates. month visit! with Dr. Julia Kline farm mechanics, the vocational
1 of the bridegroom, was hest man j II'In Jacksonville Dr. Kline andern.
i Richard Sudhoff Jr. of Palm I agriculture progtgm; and the We Can Tak Car of Any Problenf in Tea
had the Stuart ? i
They attended .
Charles, and Mrs. Elizabeth
:
Florida association of Futur
) : S C
f. \L Ft. J Hgme FrfzersForolmmecluite : schools together f.11Ihl', first City left Tuesday night for Auburn Fletcher returned with her for Farmers, Shrub lino
Ala., to enter Alabama I
} 1. [ grade until graduation. a week end visit here i the meet Is one of a series of
/ Polytechnic Iiutltuts for his
,
Delivery the I ... .
II Following wrd'Hng a reception 14 conferences being htldthroughout
I I II freshman year. He has spent
I I was held al which the Mr. and Mrs. James R. Rear-
the State to
{ cverul weeks leave from the promote ,
Your (IF StoreIIi bridal: couple: received ooiiKratulatloiu Navy with his parents and don. Jr., returned here Monday efficiency and harmony in vocational Clea Efficient Sri ice
: I end beautiful I gifts.. night from Lake Plas nO N. Y., agriculture work as part "
Bill. Richard was selected
I brother -
; tount i The with three-tiered punch wiu served wedding to: cake'i Mr.I for the Navy's college train" where and he managed Tamarae the Club'HamiltonInn this .of Hi said.iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiiiiiiiminmiiiiH 3 total. school program English
1 : Martin Electric Co.
IIi k | I and Mrs. Roy tlllltard and son, ling I program and career leading l in to the a Navy commission 'I summer. They stopped briefly In From J

i I Edward of Vero Beach, Mr. and )Now\ York City on business enroute
R r! $ / /
1'\ JO IN W, r&LLER, Mgr I Mrs. Arthur Rowell. Mr and I II Richard and- Pullam of .
Mrs. Robert and !, Byrd CARD OF THANKSWe
: Ojrncr ilauph- _
I I t \;,y Dehon BId,. J Phon|| 75 Stuart Florida I ter, Mary Lou; Mr and; Mm. Leo Hobe Sound left this week: for', Mr. and Mrs. Marvin' Cheatum take this occasion to thank STUAR SI VICE
to enter National College
1 Chicago -
|IJ. Oovssllng; Mr. and .Mm. D.i; of Wichita Kani., who have all who offered sympathy anti
J 9 I'' j Baker; Mr. and Mr. C. R. of Chlropractory for their spent alx week at the Atlantic sent floral tributes in !the recent

I ., \Howey; Dale Noyes; Mr. and,I fe nhman. year._ Court Apt.,, have returned to death of J. C. Anthony, Sr.
Mrs R. L "Dad" Wall; Miss e Mrs. J. C. Anthony Sr. STlMMs.L OWer
I Evans Jr, and Dennis their former home to attend to KEN s Manager
Julia and Miss Crary C. U
Taylor BUty MM. Boggess
business to close out
They plan
1'
i S. Hudson Jr., of the University
Savage Mrs. L. C. Klckliter PHlNE 4 WARE
I their business there and returnto
; The young couple will resideIn Of Florida joined Bill Oughter- Mrs. W. O. Penney
NQtlCEAutomcije Stuart later to make this
'k : I lion for a week end trip hometo .
: Stuart. |I' get Oughterson's car. Bill re- their permanent home. He was t. C. Anthony, Jr.IIIIIN11111111111on.InlllnlRlllllllllllla

employed by the Young ,Construction
emtly returned from a 10-day
LT. SLOCUM RESIGNSFROM
[ I' trip to Charleston, III., to visit Company while here.
I ARMY TO MAKE
,_ his mother and sister after attending .00 -
HOME IN STUART
frank fioconegra of Miami wan
all

Mi, and MC;; larll's Sioctlm']i'j mer. the university. sum- here Handy-Mathert Thursday to wedding attend and the YOU PREPARED;

: 1 | Owners and son, Charles Jr.,. arrived I reception. j
I Sunday night from Austin. Texan -, Miss Dee Law left Tuesday e _
night for Chicago to enter If, You Hive To Meet the
1 1.. a to live again In Stuart: Ties Northwestern for her Paul A. DeVllbtu.was a business An Automobile Acci
f ft I I have an apartment at the home University visitor In West Palm BeachMonday. Law
1 ,v | of his mother, Mrs. Blanche Slu--' I irishman. year. She will b) met Requirements of the New Financial I :spnsibility|

.New laws effective Pc'-"rf require you to show an cum, Its Bryant Ave I, there by Earl Dyer Rlcou who -e- EffectiveOctober

I I 1/1/ I The young lieutenant I ended went earlier to begin study )in Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. De-I
auto insurance liabili pcjjcy or net worth of $40,000 the photographic department of
a colorful career of six years hon returned home Tuesday

"t" in case of an accident 1C' you do not have either of | with the Army Air Forces last,, the. Ray Schools of Chicago. Two who night from a two-day business
f' pl' I week when he resigned hI comma I i ether: Stuart young people trip to Miami.
\ these you may lose ynflt I IvenM. mlstlnn and joined the reserve. are in Chicago schools are Paul --- 1st

A P-!>1 pilot, he recently has. and Gerald Thomas Jr.. who, lEGION POST MEET

i been on troop carrier duty. He are students at the Illinois Harold Johns Post 83, Anvri-

; I (FOR AUTOMOBILE Al ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE. was a member of the first Han\ 'I I School of Optometry. can Legion, will hold Its second Paw H of 'Thu Paper Yo/Will F!| the: Newplained
'
t' of glider pilots ever! to be radu-I I ROberta.John monthly meeting at headquarters .
""i SI.E I ated by the Army and was one Dick Prlestman, Motorist Financial Responsibility' Law indn
'i Bill Sudoff, Jim Chappelka and on East J-h;; St. at I tomor- ,
.\\II 'of only 100 such pilots to beI
tir, I sent to England during\he war.i Winkle Saunders of Indlantowntook row night. Simple Language By Allen_ Mor s
I
I During the 27 months In I the part in "freshmen week"acllvitlej j r

I rrf.. : EDWARb MAPP I ETa he participated in the first at the University of
: Invasions of Holland and South- |I Florida last week. \ I/I.
: i '1 Martin County Don't Wait Until Too Late
---
Re ern France and li holder of theAIS i
;;
rt I Chari'
Mrs. B. Fowler of Long
: J : I Medal, with Oak L-af Cluster Craft Let Us Insure Your Automobile
I J. Cernfint
the Presidential\ Citation Branch, N. arrived Sunday :
I
) ., Phone 19 P. O. a P. 0: Box 35 I; and nine battle stars. ,I to spend the winter wI',h her TOO Y
I' 1 ; 1 I He plans to begin Immediately'I daughter, Mrs Blanche Slocum, M.r DlWImBrkklaying
Stucco
I t. ''on an instructor's course of the I lat the Slocum Apis.? 158 Bryant

I |I Palm Beach Aero corporation at five Ce e t

,: I l'I I Witham Field and to join the .. Gem THEODORE D HON lSO]
Mr. and Mrs. George Parks
staff of the
corporation as a k A .
Flrepla W Speelalta.
.
Jr., returned from two- 'J
Friday a
i WE HAD OUR 2ttRE OF flight Instructor.
I
| :._ In the '
week: vacation North
I
JART
,
i M .s Jr. Fq DEHON BLDG. !PHONE 81
Carolina mountains. Returningwith
a't I JENSF. NBF.AII GIRL a.a N T.I C/y/ FL..
5
them were Mrs. Parks'
ani TO ENTER ART SCHOOL
,:; WIND WATER i Miss Verna Gamble, daughter ,_._- --_._--"--
I pf Mr. and Mr,. Lewis J. Gamble
'.i 4l'j, of Jensen Beach will leave early I

i .i. : RUT WE iRE MOW 'year next week at the to'Rlngllng begin her\scond School of ENJOY YOURSELF! ARLES BEYER SKATETHE FO Ft'

,.. 's, ; Art In Sarasota. She will enroll ,
/ Wednesday and will major In

CJPE I fashion Illustration..this year.Mrs. WISHES TO ANN( E RE-OPEN1NG SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

I t
} f ,
R. T. Darrow returned ., OF HIS (Weather Permitting))'
last week: to her home at the

: Offering You the Finest DeliciouJEshorc Dinners I France Apt., after visiting\ her
t two married daughters Jar two
s That Are Different. WJ.t:ern SteaA and Chops. ; months.
'R ER SKATING RINK

rf : Milk,. Fed Chicken. I- Mrs. L I B.!: Ashley accompanied ,

I her son, James, to Atlanta where It .
Meet YOUR FRIEN SFOR YOU AVORITE he enrolled at Georgia Tch and L -
she went by train from there! to T.3 Federal HlhwaylLlndiantown Road, Stuart. We had our share of dams)

DRISAILFISH KIN THECKTAIL for Chicago II month'before to visit her returning two slaters to' from the hulrcane.! % have remodeled the entire rink and our floor U now

stuart. i first class cdUition. LCHILDRENlMATlN
i CC L( JNGE _

Dr. Elvin H. Klllheffer of West U P. I PO
6 P. M. 10:30
to 7
:
-' TEX RUSS :LL at the Pfeno Chester Pa.. was In Stuart this EVENINGS TO

J week trOtheir to attend to moving France furnlturs Apt.-i LLR The CodLmance of ltf Racing Schedule.. Be Announced Later

,
where they have maintained a J

THE LIGHTHOU E year-round lease for several '
year They hope to rome to Stuart SKATING CLEAN TJAL'THFUL 'F.O.N

{ 't later hi the season for a winter .
vacation U business permlta.IIiJ'r1 "


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BTUART NEWS; STUART. Hartla County: .:fLORIDA,+ ., THURSDAY. SEPT 15, 19(1 PAGE THREE



t[ JC SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND- MARTIN COUNTY lag IIi ''I






tigers Open Grid Play 'in Belle Glade Tomorrow Night I l




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MERCIAL ANGLERSD SQUAD LINE ON SPORTS Recruit Leader TWO WILL OPEN I Stuart will play In Belle Glad

HIT BY RULINGS 2 GOLF CLUBMEETINGS IRC GRID RACE tomorrow night while Melbourne
Will Witness 2 entertains the Orlando "D."
Arnold NominatedMost
;KSOJrVIUA Sept, 25. Jesse INDIAN RIVER CONFERENCE Cocoa which opened with a 6-8
feature ([Nv .OMfcrvnc* gamines .taped ,...) deadlock In Klsslmmea last Fri-
I i Jim Massey Top Grid Games SET Ij.it
for the Jacksonville Valuable Cm* ''. ., day and Eau Gallic which has
t it : =
Sailfisher ..
Far* Plas, 1111Or4ed. i l
i
,aI, In ,* recent article de- .. I II. Ti..III. II (IIII.) yet to play Its first contest are
the plight of Florida COACH ST AUGIUSTINE, Sept 25. Tomorrow. '. G.... open this week end.
s The board of directors of the nru.mli a .t M.lboum.. .
ierclal fishermen! M a re- MEN ZINGER
STUART at Ml Glad
State Game and Freshr By ED JR. period over, members:! of Martin County Gall, and Country .Olt-6.1w. 01 TII..IIIIc.f.
r the. ...... _
.
Fish Commission order 7 Lettermen Although football Is about to take over the center ring on the the National Guard are again club will meet at the club t -- ; 00./

has closed the water oft Crew on scene and baseball has reached the World Series and post turning their attention the housj at 8 tonight and a gen Tltusvllle and Okeechobee will] Yourself
which will
recruiting campaign
.Johns River Lake George :ason playoffs stage, with your Indulgence well take one last continue Nov 16 Florida eral meeting of club members pry off the lid of the 1947 Indian
through Wh Out Our WJy
Lake Okeechobee to com- at our favorite Sail fishers. 's quota of new enrollments will be held at the same place River Conference football sea n

ial fishing The Martin Climaxing every season are the nominations, for the "most during this period Is 1200. next Wednesday night at 8. son tomorrow night when they

School football in the Stuart case there plenty of room for contro- In many Florida communities, The club building sustained clash In Tltusvllle Both Initiated .

weeks of "" "Chink" Stiller, Harris Lowery, Horace Arnold, Warren veteran service organizationsand ttamage: at all ai a result of their seasons last weekend E RL'SO
der their belts and Hank Pennock civic arj assisting last weeks hurricane, SecretaryL. with non-league tilts Okeecho.
definitely arj In line for such a nomin groups
1947 with M. Johnson reported, and the bee absorbed:! a 38-0 lacing from
seasqii : to name few. But we'll with appropriate programs' The I A SHfiP
a out limb If
go on a need be to make!
held true for the Fort Pierce while TUusvllle
I 1 fall ence game In enlisted man who obtains the same fairways ; .
d tomorrow night. nomination of Jesse Arnold as Stuart'S No.1 player' although they were littered I played the Orlando B" team to
i most recruits In the State during
Earnest. reserved sincere 'Stringy" as he Is affectionately FOUNTAIN DRI| S
branches
Coach the drive will win trip to somewhat with tree a 12 12 tie. :
port his 35-man was tops, not for any commendable personal" attributes that a of the which since have been cleared. Two other conference members ; SANDWICHES & FFEE '
Box No 2T7 Washington as a guest
e 24 EACH FLORIDA /fine condition may pass:as but purely on the basis of his playing ability. War Department. he will aee the Erosion damaged some 'of the I will open their seasons INMANTOWNJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIlAllllllllllll

ERO ( a minimum and Units he took the hill and only once did he fall to turn Army.Navy football game at greens slightly Johnson said, against non-league opposition 1

VILE I better than In a sterling performance The exo>:ptlon ,was In Hollywood one Philadelphia and then h: will but these are expected to be repaired 1U

A 'scrimmage: when his flipper was so sore from overwork that he could be guest of the State at Miami Immediately
\\II Kinds noon capped raise It. His at Bowl Jan i. In The club now has 62 paid Up Now Under Personal Su ervuton of I IBi
play first base which he covered in 12 full Orange game
mosaic marble members Johnson announced. EARL B. DUC/ft
AMI preparations to and part-time. In Others
several showed first class finesse,
Into The proposal of honorary memo Owner I
quarry perfect
his final batting and fielding average ,were among the best GeiDVETSSTEKOCT.
f
SPH ,LT and rubber row night berships has been rejected and
and Aluminum he frankly the squad Mayor Phil Pence last week com''

ST all TileSandin prospects are for His pitching ERA mark was 1.35 which added to 119 strikeouts pleted suggested Inventory of St. Lucid

FloJ- and brighter season 120 Innings make records 'hard for anyone to match. Ho had at 5 GAME all property either owned by or
<< experienced here three professional offers during the season although all ware loaned to the club. It was said

Finishing Cleaning< the Tigers < With all due regard for the 33 other athletes Manager The rainy weather has delayed AND"CRILI

ig their 10 starts Mann employed this season we'll still rate Stringy No. t. Hop that the 1947 version of pouring of the concretefor DINING ROOM CLOSED F THE SIMMER
onll representative inMtlm Seven S:uurts all-veteran football the new circular terrazzo i .
Line of Choice LIQU RS NES
art outfit of team could initiate Its; season dance floor to be 45 ft. wide although ,
;UGEfRGE
County boy" Wall will : Final official averages for the 1947 season as compiled by The this week end faded yesterday the preparatory work on and CORDI LS

: KEITH dred plans on News are In order this wwk. They shawl when at tentativelyarrangedgame the project has been finished I.

Cleaners to the singly RATTING I with the Fort Pierce Vets L. Decker Is In charge of the Job. t

rtin ounty running plays ,...,.. Bin G All R H PO A E RBI SB BA FA was called off by the water- IF if
al 40 a 9 11 4. .... .,..
on speed and H.ncm a0 Its It 16 '.0 dl .. II tl10. '' soaked conditions at the Fort FOOTBALL MOVIE SHOWNAT ,
'", Jn.S .10" II 01 U 7 10 1 .'.. CIVIC CENTER "DINE andSEYMOU1 ICE
up for a ..... .101 Pierce field.
... Bit 9 IS 7 11 8 II a 4 0 .... ." .1' .
team. The ", Nill .10 It i 4 to 4 'I In announcing the caucellatlon "
.<*, Jam. t I ..IAI... ... Football up to date, a 1947
lineup will Business Manager Jim
REALATE from end to end F.:, 'i t PnnY t 1 i ''1 41 : : i Ii: ,: tm! Merriman said the Stuart field training. was film shown for players at the and Civic officials AT

starting \ : r...o.. W,Ikur. a I I a a 6 I'. 0 I ,574 ..., I Ig on East 5th St. Is In no shape Center last night by Flotilla 8,
erage only 138 g:.f -.'.fro Kl:' ..1 1c ;: 1 I: Il at : '11 a m NN1 I yet ;for a game and Is not expected USCO Members of the Martin' INN
n 4 6 a a : :
Last weeks .714 the
to be
ready before:!
Ch 'u. .14 141 County High School and veter:
11 1 sN .0ea
S serious FLORIDA'A.,'hI.. :., Untnli Paul :...: .4 :. :. :It.: : t :,006,000.6v0 1.00: !I middle of -next monthHowever .feels ana* teams and their families l''

plans and the. :.: : Rotort :. :: :: I: :: :: : .1: a .0410' .904 I Merriman certain and friends along with coaches TASTY, DEUCIODZfFOOD I
I
Rey
ditions at F a :.94t :,949 of lining up an opponentfor and officials were guests of the i '
1 canceled any ....., AI'''.'' .. 1S 17 0 I 4 4 II" 4 1 .118 ....: Oct. S to give the team at Mixed Drinks-BeofAn Draft ,(
Robert 0 flotilla
"" 1 I 4 I 0 I I .111 I
crt| of all kinds practice field ._... E..o. If It 4 ait 10 9 I 1 .16' 1..1 least one test before It leaves The film was obtained by Tlflf
,. i7 HEAR GENE ON SOLO VOX
weeks workouts ,. 11.,10. Jr..49 toe 11 $6 I I II a ..149 Oct. t for Its scheduled clash I I
!
Jahn Commander Hartman
sale. on school the Which stadium l .il, .wn.iww'Hint ::; :: I: ::1 :i :: : : J:' ..sag 104 0e :::I Athletic with the Club East team Side in Social Endlcott and Stuart football Ralph official and,, STEAKS and FOOD r
ibvrUnn. Pac 1 membtr of the Martin County

lap ran Is' and insure fine with shape Vero for :.und On.'Don.Id ra, H H., Jr., "10 1 I: : : i .000,600,111 1.000:.000 foe j N.Elaborate Y, Oct. 12 preparations are reported High School Athletic Asoscla i OUR SPECMUTY :'

1 ni t for The Stuart probable : : S'tt ;. ,., i '100 69 a :1 :i : '1 Ii 1e: :i'' :::: fiH: art team under visit way to Endtcott for the Stu.the tlon, ------------ Jensen Beach / SEYMOUR GIDEON '

/ ... ..... Marion 6 to I, 1 4 10 I 4 15 .1" ..94 U ELIGIBLE FOR RACE Owner
tot N. Paul ., a 4 a I a I to .1 d6 ...Of team members will take alongon
Ma if', .(tKMH'"M ,ius..n I Fnwoy18 U 4 I.I 0 1 e t .17' .017' their bus .a large supply of Miami Sept. 25 (FNS) .... t it.
w pp A HMI1H .. .. .: ,7.i$ 11111 fall ii i ''P'i1101 '" Jib 1Y :1 tisi .psi: Floilda oranges and coconuts Twenty-four Cracker thorough.
C RO X." cNFttT Two Wet hit.-l0. Anold' : Grnhim 1<, Titter. 5.bw, Griffin, Low. : for distribution there and they breds will be eligible for the his
1.I' Net[ a. J.: : ..... 1..
1' H./.r Afield 13h11. 14 Stiller t, at. OnwPonnuok J i
ItP. Ht' .' I < ': :: ." a. Willi..... D.Bt.,_ will be met at the city limits i tory-making Florida, Breeders
R Itor QR''TIT"KM L Three h... ht.--L-ter, 4. I. Arnold t. R. Arnold .. Ho.roll. 6ti0er. for a parade followed by a ban Stake next winter at the Hialeah i 11(

0. IHR '.W. H... run.-L..rv 4.a Graham H. Arnold.Ntrlkltut.T.tter 9,.William. 0, Bab!. 4,1':1:1 quet and other festivities that track It Is disclosed by a Statewide ,('.I w
de "
A Bldg.'JPho KHS !
: : :
nt GAUD l Arnold 16, II.i. 1, The.p.oa. Hall I. H.f.I.e. 'i"I a, J : night. Arrangements for a second survey by Hunter Lyon EVERY JHlRSDAY f.
.......
., Is. Jehe." 4, Leveno, stiller I. 8. Munch I. Griffin t. 1..0.. ,
19Di 4 -ant.- at, On N Hnmll I KmWalkll P.-Ir I. game In that area before chairman of the board of the
Pranock II: Lowery II J. Arnoll I. Ski.... 0_ H A'nold T. fir.*... returning home have not been Florida Thoroughbred Breeders tli i
Krnr 4. Hnrnll 4, 4, Titter I. I, ,. .'
GAMES T< Urltlr! Armor Griffin I gt tai t Kramer said
: :: Hall I, r-r>u>on I, W Ilium, *. RrbM Munrk i Bmllh Ri>"h.rtnHwrlflniuH ;'. : completed Merriman Association 1
)
Arnold" I. Munek I 8hni' t, J. Arnold I Hanel I, t. -- ,
Cnhew at theVictbrl "a'
AMERICAN :Johnson; SOS., ., WIIHuni: Hall Her:T, I innock. Armor; 0.1.ley. : .M-tI._...
r..I..t. HI ,.. .. Hit kr .'ltch.r-.Shlpn 4. Hnrrall. I. SUi....., tower,. Gr.h.. i. Arnold! It !\
R..... >l New ... Kr.mrr. Onnock I .
.. Double pl.rt-..Stu.rt II, I where I
E fhllxfelphNATION PITCHING lsitJy Joe Marsh !
Rro"kire. .1 C W L 1O B8 gilt ER H' CC rd. ERA ; Bar
M Lxuli .t .. hit 0 I IS n II 41 a 1 coo 19.
Now York M 1100'' .. : J-m.r. 1 It" a 11 1 10' "
HOIK. 1 It" I 11 a t too I N@ .
., Roborl : II : 6 : 11 a : : 1 I.oe: H: I" .
=
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RE1I CINGL ama. oju-hed, P..._.....,... wlnnint 1 ERA'-*arn.*4. run tvi.... ) though or the radio. Doetn mm wry* '
Wild pltrkiv-1. Arnold 1. Thompao. .. HimbMon. nlniw, claims ha sleeps till a ifn body hat toliktthtiaj lag-
Hit .hatiran. -Brim I. I. Arnold 4, Orlffi.) I.
A.M. But the hardest workman i
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of all Ji Doe Hollister-\ (ether, i1 la IK //a IRCHESJack A .

call, morning, soon and Bight. D III have much timt MmTfter I
DODGERS SEEK GAME I CIVIC GAME POSTPONEDThe .
B KSTEEL Funny thing, Doc'i favorite pr'ii a hard day, hell relax

ACS Idle last Sunday. the Stuart", third Softball game between cripUon to his patients In! F form the fire with a flan of beer GillCTORY

TAX still were without a foe the Rotary and Kiwanis ought to have fun. of ind wait for the phone to ring ,

LUMINUM INVE close out their season here Clubs scheduled yesterday again modern hvjjj [ jWr he farm, a 'n. And from where I sit. Doe

WI )WS F Sunday although negotia was postponed when many memo demands some relaxation de rtl Itch well-earned minute "
TITL are being continued Man bers cf) both clubs were forcedto tf tl .relaxation [ BAR
M And u Doc tiyi-fna U a per "I:
F Ouy Davis said last nIght. keep at work to clean up dam '
ASoNRil WHITE: possible. a game will be play age by last week hurricane. It tonal thing For the minus It may .
POIVVND here at Little Dixie Park at will be played next Wednesday mean a morle or a food book) for I

CE NT p.' m. Sunday., The Dodgers at 4 p, m, on.the East 5th St. Did,a mellow and refreshing flail Victory Hotel Bldg. Sftart, Fla.
JIM PrnuRTUAT.. won 11 and lost S this sum dIamond. Both aides have won ",

one 743KFort ,Pierce : one game. Copyright,194T,Unite St. rewer4 Feandatios

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p MORE ABOUT WARRANT DEPARTMENT over the previous year He gave methods
AIRPLANES WRECKED BY STORM'S FURY l Inauluratd
New credit to Increased efficiency' troUer br
Beverage I SETS NEW RECORD Gay for the
: STORM DAMAGE IaIlQ,

: Licenses Put Tallahassee Sept 25 (P'NS->

\ (Continued' From Pt g t One) The warrant department of the
DID THE
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: specified) 'C $ he urgeli ton- On Sale Here
1 1948-47 ftealyar l
t record for the
'" i ',y'!P"l"(I tact with ;his office by anyone 1I I s HURRICANEDamage
1'1 June 30 by writing
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t .H l still In Heed of power' servU' e, I -
1 New( licenses for alcoholicbeverage more than 425000 warrants, J.
I The main feeder to Stuart
wasreturned
I M tv director )' Your Floor
JIIIJVhl h lawfully W Knight department Covt'rint'
4 ;. to service al 12:35 a. ml I }
i\ \ announced yesterday This. exceeded
must be :senmd b'foienext Aph.UTU.
on or < I
lll last Friday after (Mug off more We Ar
j II. I the 1945-4J total by more a WejincfKiay! night M Rubber Tile
now awon
!4' I '{I than 42 hours, law saltl! Ftcd- b
: sale at the city hall nnd (lieoffice than 100000JCnight Cork Tile
t I uh ',1 ers to Salerno, Palm City I andthe HajJle Any Size ti
; Hid the Increased
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of County Tai< Colic:tor Sheet Rubber '
} i ImllunUmn
i / road were I'l'.j' L. C, K\rklltl'r work-load, made even more difficult Inlajd Linoleum CALL, 799
: ;1. : litrned ut 2.20 p m Fridwy, the! Most of HIP.fies for I the new I because much of It was I

S d : t\ ":,;' I. Port" Si'wait feeder at 1110; p. m.){,permits! Mlilih' become I Mfo! <'liv< brought about by a )mew type'of tongoleumBruadfelt/ Fort Pierce
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I : Saturday and the Jones Hisillfeeder Oft J and i'Xpll'| Sf) 1Q 1S48I, :
!' l' (ii(1.r. Ind f at S:43 i/ m. Buttmlay i Slave bun UvrtiNiMJ/ nrtlabiy! theone expenditure _. construction of Broadloom r Free Estimate
; ; cared for at Door UU
r The fat" beer and tint salts which l I new buildings was :
Stuart oitkse of the&I\.Ith.
y \ Guaranteed
Sr.1le hush Squares
: lias been raised. froll$30 10 no Increased coat to the Work
ern bill 1'el lIhjlw( said Tt Ieh" $.0fl.
), t Iraph Oumpiuy;\ reported)) the i Lenses\ cur bffi4 and wine At resworles' By

\ :i (tl< phone) ,sltuattiw here to be coo a total of $127,75 now '>ihlcl1 Metal I Cabinet
'f $100 L<\AL ORDER OF Trim I p et'enced Men
2a to.tht
eonnlvna
: :} "'00 j p'f; cent better! than II. Ane4 .

/ ,; *'.'ck ana/ ( Nearly alt kJl.'II1If\ ; \"*'i :/ $2780; I I't' to the redrral Oov ITI kl ItT MOOSE LODGE IMS
I 'j S',' Ice htutan! restored, It was said, 4Pnmunl the Urensp la.tualtltier : M trs an. r. M. //OR
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I \ and! long distance eats to all' nn ;establishment within th,' -:: !' 5.5 ..,%3d WEDNESDAYS COVERING(
limits of the '. eN I MONTH
( City of Stuart $50
I"" point' except! In the Lake Ckwchobir I ;.t W Hall
ul (lie county lei OM to the city tans 900 S. Dixie
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region nov may, be math ; .. I Phone"
S art Fla
>ur naie I : of beer and lni i In 'J- .... ;
Repair! crews have bean /tn townweek ..._ <"11... ... I
'drink\ off (th/ pmtilKra! the! fee N .
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': work by the week end. IMS5 of .hlrh S25 K;<*S to the cuts. Pins. --
: : Water supply! ha \ restored! cm' If sold for nw within\ It I There two planes which were berthed In the the terrific wind gulls during the hurricane

I to the\ few point /In thi clly 1"orIJIlt8/ of beer the llcenm the Aerovrtu hangar at Witham Held suffered here last week, ELGIN STEEL

.. which lost It d1l111111 l tht\ sump| I II 'now rosrs SJHtJB! tie rommnptlo. Irreparable damage from falling timbers and KITCHENS
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britte which (ail oft smki i mice rho TEACHERS HOLD GLISTENING WHITE
1 "' north of the bridge until !awl ;!It'ls 115.pnd $750 if the prirmlK
for use"'" ulthln, he (city The that convenience nd life-
.!I: w ICt'lld. Quality rings you nl beauty. For long TrouMtfn" ,
Federal! pcrmll" I"I// bur.alts service and }\m beauty ELGIN is the steel jptchen for your home 'h..th"' "
I f. \also I Is 827 M) A County Uq\ll'I'i FIRST MEETINGA or when foil %e remodeling.In ..

l 68 5cc/f/ Storm/ license no*- ,oM< MtKrj-i: jail! .1 i
? pUl'blt KUr\ $,)WI25' with !111 I the ELMN Line There Is.A "PACK E" Steel Kitchen to Fit [yen\
' t,<'\\tjnll hilt U (fits xrmtl JIm i J- dinner meeting at Chlsholm Home
Aid by Red Cross within itKh'II'IHpl"s
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nlfli'e|( repot'i i' I I IlllllKII -w--
111(1 Inc I the 11(4 ,('llHOl Y> U '11 l MW DISPLAYED FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
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t No maj" 1'1tIhj' l .ill tilt '''. (hlk !lulls'' IIflu", l a. I tie .I Illll' ll1l' Merlin! Count ('la',J'Knl'I ( I

will bi 1111'r'sOiowi 111,1 h) I Ii II 1111 1111' list' "Ill' It, cl' '1.,1),,)Mi i i ,t'ii ,..M 1,> .i 'hits( Assiiiitlion Th, T Mdrs '
1"lhpak..I Ihipath 1"111, MARTIN COUNTY
I. 1)11) P 11" 'Iii ?I.t. \lit III ginls I i IlI1d! IK members ill> iciid I ELECTRICDehon
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In Manta' 1 1 1.1'1 It'" 1. II 1 1aniuiuured "

'1 II' ,,1.AJJIIIiol1" .it Throe (of the< i Iou 11 I ofliccrs, li.. Dehon Bldl' OHN W, KELLER, r, Phone 7S Signet! 1I 1j ftr
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SEVI8FS the I past/ \ >cur wn I< i n clPi'led
or \the ,1111"11 i i I, t l i iSO I" 'u
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till h.IV' I"I:"I'llMiltin tilt .it; '
If uiiuiiK-Ho. prisldint" Idvl fPlrilc
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TRAIN TIES :secretary and Canle H.
chats uialt "I I the Mania: t' 1.11 i (;,Winy tn.it.uici" Jut'k Smouiwu ,
Rod! Clone chipKi, it|nil. iii,' ilutod '
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quests have bwn 111Hlllly. 1 Inn i i "u'-
pi u'IIIK!!! Hurry C Webb who hat
pain to damaged J'Uil 1 ,nil 1 I bn Dar I tn I"P""IIII11'lfilm I, i of day I)"in appointed county school\
maintenance' Us ol lint I hIli- IHdl1 ,..1\)11") ii in or i n"in.n' '!huiigftIK supervisorI p 5alond lye
ding and In/ a |li'lv ins'am'es biii a 11111'iiti' "' in. ,IK' ..Ui ilulcs I I New projects) for the year were a 15,000 ,

\ tlolInJI'YOllA1,. \ (lie eiwpimj ui,; itiluln Mm" kin Fiat;: Coast. dlM-uxwd and plans were mad 10 000
period Bailwathn, uith mint. ...tf<,<'tlv.. ,I', for forming new commllUes beJune fear

cl,1'<1 Speed! the 81'111111111 ,ol! ,tvhabUltattun text Sitt !laUi fliifurm to adjust the next meeting Oct 13Amlstan ,
II asslstniicr HIP 1'1.11-' urats\ ticinf; niiirli/ by (ron I : Principal William CRitter C

tlnnal RIId! Cross tins sent "ix 11Prll.n:l Ctjjf'! loin ..r'lt'TlcJi perkneed l dutaittnr! t enwwoikiiinto are Chnimpldi\ iml MluniaiiIiuvinu piano numbers and later' the' a' Yn j

most. tul'ln-trnd< <,',-nmunltles ( : NI Yolk litter Ih.11I i pinup jiilmd in singing

.. to n( .,j,1 htptii( w"il:- al [11"'nl.t. (the "(hunpion wilt 1 Present were Louise Harrell,
era lathe necessary virilli. i ii n be si'hmllilHl out ol itksonvilli( Webb Romaliello. Mrs CavenjBlllie ,
I Ii of needg. AssWIfiH I i Iht' Martin 40 mlmiKs later, mil arrive! 8m W. Huddle, Josephine O

\ yyq .h County chapter Ix Robmt Shoplac nit, 2:01 p. ift. Nor hbonnd( thii.HtrvHtnliner Shelton\ Myra S Schroeder

I ,' dJsaaUr service representative : t \ wall 1 ts<'ove Miami 20 I. Smou, Wendell D Waters. This sketch by AP artist John Carlton Is based
a description
l I fl'QlI1kOO, Cross South;is;prn minutes\ later! arriving Stuart, Pearl) ONcal. Mrs Carl Roth pn
tt area headquarters in At1.anLIl.1(I<&j 1:48: p. m, \ I Jolm C Gray C. H, Kindred J. of the Atlantic hurricane t week by It. Commander A. R

Rid, Crow administrative headquarters The Mlamian. which effetllv IA. McCoy. J. W. Martin, Mary Fields, Naval aerolnical officer based at Miami, who twice flew

1 fur Florida hurrlrano" I Sunday beKitieji an ll-Pullman Ellin Manlcm Ruby K 1.oYI into the heart of the storm., and observed its "double eye" He
operations: has (been tl up In'' Grabs, will make lit itouthbounv! ,: Hazel Oiman Mrs. Harris Jjavt- r
1\t Went Palm( Bach I i rtlfl on a schedule 10 minutes pry, Wilma Sims, Bitter LaVerne likened It to a pool Inside an empty bowl, Commander Fields t

I RetWtatlon\ station In Mar- ;, later 1 than at present to reach Ritter Erwin F. Johnwtck Nell described the renter as a 3-mile "doughnut" surrounding the

\ tin County have '-n set up al smart m 2:50: p m Northbound Johnnlilc, Fannie Brown, Mari core estimated as T miles In diameter, It resembles' pictures of

I hon Bid,, 'Any family It will Irate Mlaml 20 minutes lyn E. Cleveland, Zlllah M Kindred the atomic bomb explnsion al Bikini, It Is''a fringed( column of
II"seeding assistance,"' hi said "b i em/ 'Ike1* and leavi C W Long, Eddie Lee cjotiih from
"' Slyart at S:57P F' and gray extending the oteans surface up to Mate or
Smith Dorothy English
I. urged! to apply at the Red ( r IKS m Mildred Oumlch 20.000 feel Insije that column is the tore of haxy, calm air, the
disaster( headquarters!' and i"' I kc I Southbound No TS th) Havana I I true "eye" of tile storm
I their seeds known., This apjl| <("! I Special will arrive In Stuart at .--
'I otily-to families who luvr<\ hum-I| 5 03 n. m 15 minutes !later than' likES

I raiie-causrd needs and ir uu '' al present! Running limes' of all I !
a
lib!' to meet thl'mlul/ il ihin miter i: FEC trail remain mi

own resources Unused. It t w' i announ I "ert.
t :,_y I ::.. :. .agle- no' I. ,.,," .'r........

F vj :VKS tFAdt SPIKS NH1ltKIIS I I

1 AT 1MB ('ON> rMION' I IT %TI ANTI I ( HKTEarly I .. ''TRADE THEM IN ONI

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Mrs. Wlllnforrt S I :ark IIf season arrivals at the ._
Bewails Point has n !\tiinirtAthins 11"111'' Allan (ourt Apt recently In- r '

T.nn \vhr-ii' ,|lit nl,:,, l: I IIHI!(. Mr and Mr, J J LlI1k.I I I'I'' I oDE/B

a guest! speaker tilt the i fJllllrd,1)i ) 1'111,sbur h11' and Mrs John< ,I
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of the Tennessee" F"d"I'iolJ i I iii., \11\\'lln: \\ and sun of RouliMKO .
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Garden Clubs sin i 11I.lId t" '('n. Ky Mr and Mis E R i 1 II

j Stuart last wNk fill i !1 hoti. lntrtli Perry( 1utfnlu. Mr hrnnceHI ", .. IRESI
I t season at the u',w'hirri t 'iwk\ bud: allli !Miv. D Inns HibI t *

et I II'' aline. alter spit dm" :Ihr I, .11111- I hml I 01l.l1lt1"I and ( tpl am, I ....-;\ .
I mer at their Tiiti" Mount i ,litl :Mrs (iintee i Rave;, i mil daughter'of '' I \ ..k.. allqald Ilset 1

!:I I f" estate in Oe'j'g' l Baldwin N Y I' i $ $ $ $ $

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,1 1"} pea in t imiail 10% oi tire life EON'I
I sl (eke long whire.llar
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,, I : let themWftjpen to youl Trade In your

/ ,, convertible.) ... plus i .tai, old .moo dangerous tlrei TODAY, Reduce
I : INTRODUCING COURTLEY'S ,_ I 1W r $th* Ifck ol blowout, punclurei

tl" + o contrasting Order Blbbeas, w skids-geKiaie, tough, long mileage
is .. k with
j Goodyears \\
\ FOR MEN Does It In DUDder..,.'.

5 T. V; e ; a ST! n COED $BODY)
\ \ Y, purest wool ... a fleck
't .: SHAVE LOT1C/N/ AND CREAM 1 1I Y WID I1ATTEB TREAD

I weed .. Bust'1* Green, WS SHOULDEB
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tour, was made at 'am. inspected it. complaint to t'nited Nations litter the landscape at the Naval Air Station '
on alleged aid to guerrilla In Norfolk, Va, awaiting salvage, About $00 limed at the salvage depot 'i j.jl ; I
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lie farm of his (center) who competed at Miss Memphis, pose Amitlca: Elaine Campbell, Miss Minnesota\ Vie Perry. a British showman, walks blindfolded along; a 14-inch- ;; -I II\ "'
parent near wide parapet 150 feet above the street at Sydney. Australia, to Mi.s Illlian i Vlittmatk of e'a 600European: first !
arlboro,, N, Y. with four runnen I at Atlantic City, Left to .second; and Margaret Marshall, !Miss Canada: .
right, Peggy June F.ldcr.M... Alabama. fourth; third win a net He also received a reprimand from police for risking prize fur jumping holds Mister at opening of London's first : "J' I I
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session of the United Nations Assembly in {IJ.,
vorken at the huge Manfred Weiss Steel Com for converting dominantly.agricultural secretary. general of the IN: \ranhaslcft, ,
I cram its Flushing Meadows home near New York City, j
f ny plant at Ciepel bland. Hungary, leaver Hungary Into a super modern Industrial state. Three of the Z009 expected: contestant In the month.long standing in the center on upper dais In back Andre (ordier, Lies executive assistant Seated '! : II
jab at end of day shift The plant la The 18000 workers earn from 134 to |j9 striped bass derby' at Marthas Vineyard Massachusetts, tune ground Is Dr. Omaldo Aranha of Brazil, retiring on the lower dais is Mayor William Dwyer) I'
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Infield, N. JT. with,, radioactive thorium, lined In making mere' New York Harbor for shipment from aa Euterft port to the family at Cndahy, Wla, take the other hou e- I 'bold pet*-four baby .alrre&-fo a ride. Minister of Caechoalp'IIkJa.
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: wart Henry Co Kindred, Phon\,\Stuart lot Hard tftuiiimmimiimiiiiiiikiiiiiiinimiiiii : Crossword Puzzle ri1I 11011.. 10 pit h tit, slvra NAME.... ,. tka a.wa .. -Med hI. stOne.,1(On. uissot, it. ,

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: II. Attoutlus IC'\: \ Uo5OymTI.
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1 SERVICES OfFEREDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii L Traa $5.ah.ltonfse. IJTItllESITO1S1E4t! Coaotr.' Flarlaf art seen la NmOpI sod fa*.1 M.HI.pmof p.l 455,1w.

I .. T.aradowaI. .. uSusp gupOWle Li raolloatlaaka'lat. irf; ObOe .aotloa tka ft.U.tOnnu t P.s. a,., ,,,
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It. .nn or I wIt,
: LAWN MOWERS tlarpened and Tart ITMtlaf t I I hiS A V L U 'I Attoru. 0., Dl.lI

1 1 l'' ", .y, repaired Specill 1 for Stuart IL IL Coif Koa moan! Notaofth. I Pt I 0 A I iNs aiM PAn co. Pub. 5.00. II. OS, ow, uotolel

'It ,,3; i RATES: Zc PER WORD ORDIN.t -. customers. Bring mower in before 14. i'rt<'HI.* acola A T S A 1' I N I P ': asd.v whisk. .. trill ....* I I. aaalaaai.laal LEGAL ADVERTuS;
rabrlcatMT
MINIMUM 35c 17 noon and Iwt II hare It 1,1. al' hl : D 0 5 U P 1 0 U0 : ., *' olaa af .ko.laaaa la S r
4Ic ARK FOR Maado Nothlaiw"
I Balaraa, Mar Caaatr" : Ftaridal, ...., .eJLL. "i r
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to take bfmt ,.. that a hoD
ready tame day aiaaauraof OPV
r' j' WORDS; Jo PER WORD CAPI. It Stood Ik. 00.o, *atJ08KIII < ..... I. aafd ..I_ ItIda.
( I TALS. MINIMUM Sic FOR 17 Collins Good I Housekeeping OparatadIL lansihIT 4& Hurr1e4 0 S I T 0 OOIJ STONa w ........ Flor.OVIRTISIMINT ,

\ WORDSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII. Shop. 101 Ore I. Are, Fort"ficrce 11_....._ 61. EiyptIaa: mu A I S S I i.. 0ma tkal.I.tka i ara oaSaaL witow. pm.s .... .10 1. IO.tIsI
I 0t.4 a so
I 1 _ _ M.: Kuropaa .Lok 1-; of lb. Omeo,5
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j. :( I Plo, ..s... 41 Air: con*. T p. ase OOWlllTOH& 544. 5,14 to SI.
1 OctJ II Hand form V S 11,.IL *. Oot S. .s.t S. ,
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J > >L: Crackl. 41. Ed: \bla funrttl4t

: 'r I ( 'fl' j 'I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIU APARTMENTS, FOR RENT |INQ TfACIf NE bERYlCEtjlerniie ; j 14 5 ,. dra.k iOt&tO thaalar 4.40. Iuq.lreI Nkosusa .,. LEGAL CITY CO.JS.Saat. .

I, I you fold treadle witha4 ,. hi thknl Natk>n bIrd IN THE CIR I t1'COVCTYOR THE Psi. 1541t tO
SI ,
5,110I, kin, 'L MuetillM 1C Dress stem DOWN NINTH JUD IAL I CIeCUIT 115 AND
I electric ni toe, Parts and N. 1lnd'"a: ..._ :: Pu.;:: Iouadlu&taa -I Ice MAaTI CNTY, j'LOOIoA, LEGAL
S4ice for all makei Address at lo.str.o t;: : ." I" ANCUY, _ADVMTUoJIrItljnlkHu
f ; it.Aufe.rau. 01.: $OOUsr : UtnssIsaaO == C.. N."M
Forll
( 54 69, Pierce 400 So. 'OTl't.' 0 *rrgs CALL P0* ni
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isis St Phole 1113Aug Tb. Cl., se 040,0 OIl
1 'l '(yJ' y// \ L R... I. Ohs ...... of 0 Stala of FloridalaUldoat ,1
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21, 2 Sept 4, 11,11, UBKSIERES
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Girdles, Health ... >t
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Glrments Individually 3 ,-e- SANS STYPMI'N /. at .
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I I T. n cl., Scotch JAIIIK .nPIIlAN ot StfmdosIu. t ':.W"1 1 '
L. ned Sfirella. Free dianliis ...
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I Mrs IT. C Knowles r / 4 I LM.ZI ....... .la tka aa.a ofNOTICE I lots of Florid... C'iJ' Co 10105

..J, :: rjone Stuai S-W, tf It. ":''f, r"""" } TO 1 PIA" PlA.OcoO55.tZ,1"

: I ATLANTIC *URT- I.E 1 lou ContradictU TO, Jam (traoiaa arl ''' laos sore. ____ LEGAL ADVtlftfEMiy
'& ,c US give a fret demon 1'4' II ::1 a* MoIst meoo..dUoroOM.! ,, _.,.,, ,,.,,. -
I I'' APARTMETTSSTUART ration of I the new Rumsey UounlaKlaU ..,_.,. .b.c h........ L to addraaa ar NOTICE OF 11III
'- .1. yssoussU ..... A'\;\ Pce05inmeisa
I" .t. FLORIDA t leetrlc Moler. Cuts high grass c .f rs.MOOm On ot 5.
\ uo.rao ...
-w 1t0WIILI. TITUII, Wh_ ( | ..
: ''I 11> Ne'.v Decorated, Ff\ly Equipped I lid touch (weeds. Bess Hard- 4 lkF0owoO .44.... s.d Sluso at ._ '" .... lea

'. ', : ,I\',) ,' I%,ekeeplnc Afartments i re Co f hone 38, tf I JJ j .14 .1. LO.aro4o.n.. ...,..... h.ANNIE... : S, TITUS, L- .,_ a'. J..NOTICE. A.dooos it R: *r.,01005,. l,
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i I h' \ |OW SCMMEII RATES IT. lA, bJ' . A.5
vj---- dra.a and alaoa of roalditROMMKLL < snb.cn hIs .I' .. ..dwtr .. .
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';1 : W T PAGE]. Mcr PA| ROLL BdOK-National sys-1 T .1. 1' ,GIBBONklnualf :. ....d. 1,; OIl..oMtOnOt I of ....
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Tr. swill. N.GI'ho. kaa 111,4 .
I I for and 4 I.
:. :;. ', II Telephone lit m jttpmr watt :t t= : I "I ... kara aiaar i...11 ,...r. etc.
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t., j' I >ur, withholding tax and sueI : : : : : .. BERTHA N OIBBOK.M .. IKaTHA be ,...... u...... SIlO _'oo...... .
'i; \. ; 11111I11 ;1111111111I..1 iinuiiuiuiisii; I securit reports, when you IT.I" MaioaektlmatII .11. Andrei Y, Vlshlnsky (left), Russia. Deputy Foreign Minister GIBBONS kla .* ., ... .. b,5mOhItMetaulas .
F2 W4 addrau aad aho. of"RANK 0..ld 10 so- ": .... :'f:
_
'I FOR SALE I vs ii more employees. Obacura II1N and Hector McNeil, British Minister of State talk amicably at W.. _..",

: :\ \ I us tad r. Ask for these at ....um.. iII Flushing Meadows, N. Y. shortly before McNeil told the United w POPE IL. dus.od
I : llllllllllllllllUmillllllllimtlllllHIIII/ JULIA POP!. daeaa NC w ""kAII.' .
". t Stuart Mews office. tf J 4LMsteltcu0a Nations General Assembly that the "unstable peace of the world POPE, 'l'R., dra.aa.d usd CIA _: o5/D.4C .b.IOwotu,5! "*
: j. : FOR S LEI 1 3x| Myers pump I .q j F.mlnlnt some POPE. .... hole..4 A4mlnlill' >>rta afBrack 0..I..e wouosp0
,{ t.\\ .vlthV-leclric Aim DO *OU ha trouble with your 44. Nona capital, will crumble and crash" U the Soviet Union persisted In trying ....10 of FRANK w. roe JII. .. P Se. P 0 betlto. Il/sIll
i .. ., tnfor gss I I hs to force: its will upon the world. His talk followed one by; Vlsh Chme _...._ 10 445 .11" aIL i.
Then
link not aylnc: use :1 Cli.j'II. !
; ,: 1 mow 5x20 ft Gamble : 8t. O.teN Ft. ..
,I" life who delivered bitter attack on the United States In which Thou.tudo. .01 .r
I Pan min Stuart Feed .lIk._ hooky a tHARLESF POPaVaaoM, CEI.A lito ooH _
EletI t c Shop, Jensen Beach, H .. aralKau .... ..... .
l .1 : n. tlnn.. do... for* oh. In SI 145 .nll. Isof
L' Fig.! It Stte tfhES W DnaurtdiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiMiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiMi h* accused prominent Americana of "war mongerlng He virtually .'., N.w Yark N, Y. lho .... I .....b. II....... 1ft I
i ___ peACE BAVI8 POPE. "Of _I.
t" charged there b a conspiracy within (he United States to
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: : FOR.LEI.PPOInOeIfl: i TItU elastic stockings, ; ;; ..._... la Ma. I Hlckorr St. HaRANI ....to. u..... _1In.... .bn 0" .
I make RussIa.AIDTOCUUNTY.
l war on .1.5.0 S dlse On Ito 'IN
.... i plant(} 1100; Coconut palms, kn pads, anklets, etc Stuart States WorkersIn N'srilA r.TH 1'01'11 RUTIIII ... 4.sOcIb.4 ...1. .111 '5. a... "se It...
FEMALE HELP
Dr tf WANTED _..... blob-ad. I .
I pirns i Corp LEROY 50. HUT&a,. 0 II OS .me iso Po
I! 1100 Sage 5100 up; ... ... ,
.d. .10. .
IIIIIMIIIIIIIHII, !:HI.:imiitJiiiiiiiiiiiiii, .4 unb. on I lI..d., 0. 1Ito .slo
Papa planS 5e. J. I. Cralu. pgy H PPORTSI0rwoInc SCHOOL BOARD TELLS JOHN POPS HKfl"; meVANSftANDALI. ....... ... t- n. p04,5. 4 10... 41... it.
> fl JlTAlanyAvf. HELP WANTED: 2 lexperlnced: Government C CHILDREN WHICH I....... .nh.... l.
"1 ; .. I It I Men belts. Luella Downey waitresses Apply In person. POPS .../. D. Do htolIIh 4th or 54.
SCHOOL TO ATTEND )ALL 1'01'-... cusi, .. ."1.
\ ; FOR SU E: Po* ae Sedan. New 101 Grange Are Fort Rice Hotel Sit So| h FederalIIIrh..a a.. ..d... ..k......
Pier Ph nt 197-M for ap- I Much IncreasedThe RUTH IIIIRLKY POPS. ..._ Csda (len I mO.sll
tires 185.00.I Needs ,
",, r', I I baltery'l ent tf TOTALS $$54,260 Tallahassee,, Sept, 25 The _. nkso.,; a. a, coons
f Kobe I mnd Amber t. 11, IS, 25 HAIIILYN PATRICIA POPK MI Clv.50 Cots of Soot, 1n
\ Sound! Fla. I U I iiiiiiuuisiuuiuuuuiiiuiu;; ; : county School Board 1 the final! meidross, N., Sll Paiaat" A.., Fl .
uuiuiuilll lllI ;; .. ..
roll of C-
jt ) TEDJ'osilion .. housed Government a* an L noon s moos
In which
-- authority deciding .
arise T HENDKL. ladl'ldaallr. II. Is, so ,,000.tta
FOR SIM15 e Zipper powerTwo EDIlllllllllllmil k per. Experlei Refer- employer and benefactor ha Increased Martin County received $54. school a child must attend, according .. Guardlaa of MARILTN PATCh'
613 cent In Florida POP. MI_. .hso _Idu to -Lesos. _ADVWmerYP.
e furnished Wll in per
mo..e lionths old. Price IIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWANTll sleep 26050 In total assistance payments to Attorney O-neral J. Pqtot A...... Cs. L..des. 0......
Illf' l or ut. Box B, ffuart News. since 1929, the research and Industrial MAngLiNg p. .
ailS, rfrnlshed JAcksoN a.tSo _I OF APPLICATION m II
apartment
I t JU I tr division of the Florida for the year ending June Tom Watson, .1 .la.t .11I asd T..'...' of VA DEED
t ) R EINrotructi CE ONCRETE or a ill louse, year round aANUALL PO.t:. d.uss..1. .hoo. .
t ) con- 1 loaata Dill 1 Na 1431'
30 It this week In
State Chamber reported
1 I resided. B hone 14 after 1P or Commerce was In an opinion to Dr, H. t Preston -.. 4. III CMu .,..... ,.., 'TICII IS H&EHy GIVBI 05
\ ,, '. o term Vermin HELP mvANTED fir Bur soda I Bank '1...... .
stated ;yesterday In the fourth of tiM 10th, annual report of the C... _. kaMor of Til lai
t ,;:1 Firepwalls. r, .kproof roof and : mWANTEsJ. If founftln. Shorjf hours, good a series of studies the Attorney General said JOHN H. POPE -...... _I'". w N. 1711 .knind ... lal an
If on Income received State Welfare Board. .. ,' A. D. III!. ... flad' ..., isw
WI build for at sfmale. the law the School iflLLEN
require I
II ; you : V next pay Wlale or Stuart by Floridlan JULIA P. ; ..d OIlOROII sad b.. Bad. nolkal.. bid ,
I'I ,jq j cost DC on hand Septic:I II" wiring Job, Drug fo, j tf ILast There were 134 case of (Old Board to make arrangements for IKILLEN. ... hU'N". cOme. met, ,, U ka .laiaH tknMa. liMoiaoiararu
23
or ApplanA Prompt year, per cent (or ...... .
tanks repairing ill H. W. Fin' '"'" 510 ,.. follovlnv' WMOJ
atef tanks tilt. children to attend those schools
water Assistance financial ..
service! Basonable prices liiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiMALrtHELf .550304000)) of the total Income Age receiving FlorldiIFILi" *_ Ilk. C.unlr al Nirto..lie

,: .' ers, b., I ith, bench ends,, Phone 111 liy or night Chris WANTED rec-lved by floridians was derived assLstanc totaling $48,449.. offring the faculties needed by A D. k HERWINMERWIN. 8B.. dma..d doMatti. MAIX o Fiori'.. ......,

;, stepping st es, steps and concrete topher lei He Shop, Stuart, from governmental sources 50, flvj case of Aid to the :Blind the children, and which are most 111:1..111I.: Ja., "" ........ Ja, iou Sot III fort af SE:', af Cit
:,' a l k.| J. Wenneshelmer,' IllllllllllllilJIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII readily acceptable: and Involve -5. Flsfld.... _...i II. TJ ... R. a II. aatlunrfa
Fla. 1 I tt a* compared with 10.1 per cent receiving: financial aid totaling A. H. WARNER -.... ANN! C ,"Iae .... ow. us ....
: c : ; : z Port S a Stuart Post Dipt MALE H WfNTED Reliable In 1929. This amount Includes II777 and 13 case of Aid to Dependent the least. coat This decision:\ WAIINIA. 0 ..,... eMedmm F1.,. .... ''I

':I i 1 !flee! :.___ 25. Oct. 2, 16 WANT -Roistered nurse for man wi Cs o call on farm- all wage and salaries paid In Children receiving financial holds, although the child may I.T.I.l.rl O1UDSc.' 'IIu flu_ 010._..Id...... of. .lito.. .Odd. ....swe uiI

1 1. 1\\ FOR SALIAnother vtlarts and Iota steady b Send application era in 101 i aunty, Wonder- Florida by Federal State and local aid totaling $4041 live in one district and be dl- ''I. OC5TSU0CN.. : _... uddraa.n 0' .... tI W..=.....: ..:
? .... .
fui oppsl |15 to 120 In retIed to the school In another .
I cottage for sale with r ices to P. O Box uiy Government and all benefit In District 10 which include ADA DE STEUBEN eAutrlRl U._ ..14 _In.... oW It.

4 at "Oak ne Manor with I (II, Stu rt Sept 15, Oct. 2 1 a day NB-xferlenet or capital and allotment payment Federal Martin and six other counties, or even In another county. "ad .. ._ .. .CARHUTHEmaaad ._ ._1.. ... low, .... _
furnltuiwhere fore else- } required Jrfnanent Write to- School principals are not permitted meld.. usA .4d.... s.hae ....... "III W wUI It'
I you buy subsldle to farmer and grow- Old Age Assistance totaled $I,- ALHERT. DX ITEUBEN s4. ....... .. ... -.. -
: WANTED M ,
I yi lust see this cot n or woman, prtsentsbleSii 'S day. Mc Company, Dept ecu are also, Included The figs re, 039,97950. Aid to Dependent to disregard the decision ..4 ...... tho ".., II.....' 10 _'

;; 1 : tare as tI| has Its quality and I to doorlv icarance, for door AFreep U. Sept II, 25 however doe not Include payments Children totaled $176,803 and Aid of a School Board In which 'SYDNEY aakaawt DE"sTEllBri<, addrataTlMidKnco J#
,fo I I honest e to meet your k In conjunction UIlluilluiuIl 111111"11I'11111111I'! to the State ,Itself by the to the Blind totaled 197818 for school a child may attend anda WYNH DE J... : I :Ika Ilia, dar. af Svla
with Na S s tl I Home Improvement _I...... ..k..
tt, j terms. Yoi an now have your' I LO : FOUNDUliillilliiiiiityiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiil Federal Government for roads an over.all total of $U14, .<400.50< school bus driver Is not per- ALLEN ITEuaur'i: : ul'( Cou" hosil!'!

1 own ham ullt at "Oak LaneRio" .t.tc' Ser* Salary and Commission and education (about $23.000.000 H. B. Kraft of Stuart 1 Ia rice- mltfd to transport a child: to .C ...,...,... .. ,. o rooms
I m< ndld Opportunity TO I&gjll L tI Sorts _
> Manor" ai to suit ;you Call 249 lro Beach write LOST: Billljd. black Imitation In Florida during the fiscal year chairman of District 10 thj wrong aehool.COMMUNISTS ...... ,..__ _0...._ C1i-' bus CI' .CIrSIII.... Cust

/ I Will take ortcace For any U or leather, iBstuart Drug Store 1946.1941)). nor doe It Include kaad alaaa of laaMaaaa* .... .... ,a.a08llL BrT. e 000' ItPb
S Other info ,allon for contractS Boi 277 : tfJ IdentlJBition. BARRED :. ..... II. III, sa .MOAleAJOVEIYIOEMVIT.
no can Identl- Incom-i arising from Government TIf JON'" ..... at.. _
S work for see builder at' filf fy by amlit] of money Con purchase from business or the GIs Overseas Tampa, Sept. 25 (FNSI-Com.> ..4 ... ...., ..k...... '

"Oak LaiOakowsky., anor* Stanley E.'J WANTED furnlturt;
I I I Martil ward. M It Government spending.Inteiwotingly permitted on the campus of the a. a. i! d aGes, ; sTec.tIon t : lNA OOMAIITINCOUNTtOIzNO

j ; Sept. 18. 25. ; t. 2nd. I County Golf and Floridlan Get t Red Cross University of Tampa, Dr F,. C. .. .ddrou 4. t SMORIDA I
:
paid I
eft 00501 ESTATE
f !I Country ). tfI iIliiiIiliiIul MARl .d JqHN NAU, irmao THE. 1 ,
f\\t S I FOR SALE: ;; 222 Federal In1 Illllllllllllllllllllllll In all taxes (Federal, State and Nance, president,. told student --....-..... .. .. r

j'' larger, sin X 1<4 with 4.5 t I WANT TO Obfi Electric! refrlg ICES local) approximately $823.000000 at UM first general' assembly. of MARX BROIL, wk"JOSEPH Iddc.4M _' JAN IOaESMAN,0........

I 4 I 4 anistlcmatjlion no. New eondi-f I crater, 4 T cu capacity, Illllllllllllllj, I ,11111111111111111111111)1) during the last fiscal yar. a Welfare Aid the Fal) term.. .;.;.< XAprr COMPAN. t .... TICI_ YO .CREDITOII. ... ;

S |6I.Oil' C. Gardner I 5lensen I Write Boi 1 Palm City, Fla.,i NOTICE: P |>le of Martin figure somewhat comparablewith 1- ADVEaTISEMENT J.. _oaraarailoa.II.... 1'1.. ; w M adlrm laOrlando : Yes d .-h ..' ...- .., ...

f 5 mile norti Beach on : County f >w we have not the $550.304.000 received by A. II. WARN Ea. INC. dl.seseod i. do .hkh .... .. .....
-' 'ept.25OctI.SiilliuiullIIuIIii f There are 3,560 workers engaged m NOTICE ........,,_ whom. ...4.Ie Fet 5. 0 I'... ....... tit. .....,
t [ k Indian Rlvi rive, or Box 291 : --- --- sold oar" 1 fical business to Individuals in the State In 1849" MARTIN mllNTY' H.ORIDABfPTFMlrR hIm.. 1'''. jaaMa waixrara.""". -.... .TaaM ../
j I "1 i, Jensen. Be Fla Itl II iniilllllllllllllllllll; any os i lare sUB doing by the American Red Cross "weeTv.rtrrn. 1141 0. P. OAaSTT. ...... dd.s Ie C-.IC.. ... Caaa., Jadti ifAaIanalar.1 ..
'k 1 electric] Lcting MEDALS AVAILABLE today to extend tradltonal welfare NOTICE UvllREBY' GIVEN: ii,.. aar.imal icOn. "" c..., ,......... .. h" 01'''' .hi.
It F6fiTisATEette : iBoick Sedan S MALE E WANTED en and Ap. JACKSONVILLE ..,. S.ft laa I of Ch.."' llttlUw. WORTHINGTON Y. WO _.. .,_.40lt.... elototIeSt .
: Phone 116 liiiiiiiiiiniii tul kiiiiiiiimiliiiiiiii pliancerl p I. Phone 111 ,, Sept. 35CapL and recreation services to of LI.1't a AM. kanwaa. eAdme 10 .h..... .' .. c mesIho. Orwi tot
I t I SUM nero ,1 t. K. E.!:. Flake. USMC officerIn American Oil overseas, accordIng : Ik. MUWNV; Ac TAIJ: atdrtrribod *T. LlTciV BOND MOil ACa 0:0.: 05.0cM ...tloofI5ulstsor .= '=
ChriutoherElectr4 :
day ni .
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Sept. 25 WANTED; tel pit hustler to lanB la a w 0440
,. _0' She I Stuart, Fla. charge of Marine recruiting to a report recently receivedby Florida. will ."...4 for aala. at .ukII. to Fort PkraT'FIa ....5010OnP5I .1_ 01 ...- "
..t f OR SALfc: l] |;iiirii-iiii.: I succeed Si nons to supply tf, for Florida announced today Lloyd C. Travis. chairman of .. cw,rrl for V 0 kl'>k.H ..4 ..... r>.k LAVINIA WARN1._ "" _W-- ."... 00. 01 IOn ...hI4tt .......

S )l ', 'I 'I ,4' son air.cooj englnes Also I j jps. consume wit |2CrO household that American Defense Service the Martin County chapter. af kid'tc.ubjoct InUrnl tiM k.liaararaai.nl r aM of tha Fund T......taraJM ..4 THERUA dd_. la WARNER oc0.._. VS. __ ......1. : _... b,. ......110..,..-_.'

I'I' '11 Irritation I | timer Molt necessltl In Irth East Folk UPHOLMTERY |ORE and Mattress i and World War n Victory Medal Currently. 419 of the worker aar ar.|>ll aid.. at Ik. Courtaoui. aad .d_ *> ..k..... -. mid > .41.0 On .Mu.T5M4'bd .

f I' :t tor Co? ti t County Os fa llles. Products lienoratjWt ig of all kinds. I are available at the Marine are helping'soldier* with ., aariiii,I al IIP-44 -k A. Maa HELEN WARNER. .k emi...... ..rOpmWOA0M.. 1I.cot.1I
0 __. ___. person U iwe 8EVKNTH dar afTOBCR .ad. addmi la .nknow.. II lOT CLOY
1'1'f sold 20 am. late ace, oc- U first I Iup |ass work, pick I office, Room 252 Post Office al or family problem at 131 <> 1KB 0...... af aiaaKlaall HARRIET WARNkB, w meidmeo 1 ecepru 10. '
FOR SALEI lasts. Pine ... ...... ........ .... oetI.usudad
: S eupatlonDept. efere e, Rawlelch aid deli\| Phone Fort Building, Jacksonville, for Issue Cm osod ri.h. .. .., .4 la .....
j a oversea military Installation .. 1 4. J. ...... ........
.
.ARJIIK& w.
Vyprmu; Gum sheeting l furl "'td. "I aa roiorrad frawi a.> sad hi I' AIOI c::.
1 3 FTenn .580Memphis Pierce 115.J < writ Route 2, to former Marine In addition there are 271 skilled aareol throuak kirk th... la an ..1..- WARNE&. .. _,.. tot adAnus 1'. !f OUGHT! !lOt'':.
I 560.00 per. sand. Straight o ci Ru s Crawford ----- I I.. .tata road MA. .la all ...... titla taINH Ie m050oL .raor: far rl ;..
I Box 589 Fortj Nerce Mattress worker: serving the lick and ..,..... ........... n.
I edge toun and ,rooYfd."J FOOD GROWING STRESSED ......... ... -to.. ... __ ,.b''''''''' Da'1
'I S SalernoCHOOSE a Sept) II, 25, 1941ct Company, tf wounded at S3 military hospitals four." 0( ollo., laustowitiOnmusrootww JULEs S. FOCaL I.l.d.. r' \.. ..
Thoroughly -d. See Arthur Jacksonvlll, Sept. 25-Event outside the adds 4. s.ko.os. iot4, sad Omor.II.sd t.to4.:
t Defies, Deh llldi. Phone II" OUR SPECIAL PERM 'ION of the last week have given new United State, the ball S ''WI of NII\\ .r NIt*( aIIp.'l.uOsools.d..h.oc -
i." report said.Since of II yt*,;. .. 100 U. TusIrp. II O.t.m.Ond b olss.h. ,I'. us LSCALJUDCE I8TIIUlItNT
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1 ; I": Stuart, FI. tf I SCHOOL I I FORE LISTING! GIVEN MOVINGlf emphasis to the Importance of, the recent transfer _:5.Sc.e II L..L ..oIneLao. IS.. sOn. ..s..4 mrSOnI .11., or 4.- _,_____ _
.1 1 t. ILL EXP SES PA! AND AT Tampa, Sept. *i- (FN8)) food production, and to the part of .: -lord...:= all .cttm 1..O.e a .0.4. IN Tilt COOS stirssitr.o
ill :
; all Red 4. ho. ,,
FOKSALES;: shell and I oversea* Cross club facilities nIck. toolj I m .ISOnO.I4 Is FOR
Ith LEAST 171lod A MONT WHILE Moving ran meimr of the Floridlan play In providing I. '10 ... it. BI.... 'S. 'h. P...... hosm EmecIbOd,. STATE OF FLDf '
dirt E. B. r Box 1046' I to the armed force, Red AIIKNOJlO ... r.' '
i t. EARNING Florida Trucking Association fruits and vegetable for the rest I AT 0. PAL CITY, .1. RS E8TATCI !
; StuartSept CrosS overseas personnel Is *4 .. U. .... Th. so.iorLe. I
gr Smob cagily
2l Never be re how the ir Force were granted permission to haul of the country, and to an Important dually diminishing '..OOOn51T" 5.55 a'k': II, Oboe 50. T..Meln erfocotto tot o ho..o u. "HI'' '
: II 18 t. I. Chairman ,
.5 extent, for the of the 40 NOTICE 'I' CUDITOU
olfered the oung men Amen.C new and uncrated household rest slot, 5. CIt,. icOnldo..motoOnhe .
Travis (aid. However the transfer I. OIw u. POlO? .ALlRNO. 11._ .... _.
S ; FOR SALE: Pt ally new twi 0 the ch to selec\ont of I goods. office furniture and other world said William L Wilson, will enable the Red Cross to 0. ueI oUIo.II.s1 "_01.. ikus.ee.w So rkoPWo us _.' y.imeh. -::.:
1re director of State Market here E.. rh.. of Lot 50. 1111.. .. ca ... .. Had aod raaalrodaad araorai
S t. burner randGardner $20.00. H. C 1, more than 5 Air Force daunt related articles by the Florida a.llo, al .r.W., .
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concentrate Its 5.00 Ocu fA II 4Iw1 wklur.li
on numerous the I'.b" Stobd.n, ..... daotaad.
I 4 Ii C I, S nfl r orth of Jen. schoola be signing 111slcn lui Railroad and Public Utilities today welfare activities In the military swOnt ....,h .W 10... .41. .>.! Ika Eltat.iraiad. [;:SaHg: :
rI of owO..tcu .
'\ : sen Beach ndian RI,.r right now, 'd for a limit per. Commission at a Marlne.here CLUB TO MEET TUESDAYS camps and hospitals r.oohle, su am:t; TOIl ... susS of 01 .oo hoe.bp 0.01.eI4 CMi.tr Jwaaa Onto for af I Iat S 0 :

S ; Drive, or Box] macn Beach, men w It a high ocho edo- I last week. Pot,. 41 ,..eclofos .1 ..- "" ,. CII... .. .es..I..to t. .... alLL kk> offlu' ''' ..::..,.
Joseph Bowie, president of the Travis added that the Martin ,1:: :
cation 0' COli PLAINT I ... .be....,.... .,
,1 "t" H Fla 1 t can HP for 31bo earn Chairman Jerry Carter sale Stuart Model Plane Club. baa County chapter la always ready act! us 05 BtI,. ii: '-'coo.4.o4usr 00... .hmMu JOB 'Alii .0. c.... rroroau of lIst =
.; I ,tj' -----'----- or more a assured attending I the permit was granted subjectto hd Nona O..Q...'. .1.1,.,00..4 JANE TTPMAN...,.,. af OhM. aotlo. Eaaf ,, .IAsOdmeldo.o
1 ) CHRISTMAS Is: Orr I school of .1. the announced that further meetings to extend services to the families | af Sornao > 15ItosoWm410er I SANS .TY.IIANN oL. sad p.s mMusb :::" -:
I' p commission :: -
I attorneys of the club will be held at of local servicemen who maybe f\ 111 aoroa morr 01 p.. am .._ .. so M- :.:: :
.' ; : I' : M them now wi |ur name choice. i and rate department workingout ar la .11 I *f.a.ala II,SaotkTaimritrs Oh. tc4 1041 050 Ik. ..I.I..Iav ';
Stuart News j I e. on.tf the American Legion home on oversea. ,'Family' lllnesi IOoso.00 =' .0 104 :.I, :solof tttl. Islb. W klat : f :=::
"'I Von me with previous proper terms and to a conference East 6th 8t. Tuesday at 7 p. m. death. financial difficulties and '. c-.I....... .. OSo ..beri' laa aaara willTkia / '" :.......
\ rice can b in this career < a. with representative bf o] I'S no'rcasos. roof O'.Is losobol OIse. nod .boong I. '. *
J I, ', ; : FOR SALE: t4l lib register: to home w 11 reasonable as] r- the applicant to decide Just Lee'Hlghbee will be Instructor at many other personal problems or reoveeLo'ri.oeioicwioe tb or cci 0T5T5 StoOls CmsapFi Id. &a 4ta dee &;:caIro i 54,
: the next session and discus U- affecting the welfare of our servicemen asses: ALSO 'iJ
t :1 deep fry potBreBh fry gut WITNESS lit HAND AIID UL 0510004.
of .oi what
anct a ne-year asslgnns the term "related article Adadsitimsu of
f. us
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table control flight oversea often can be .1)) ibIs lt of lombus. A. 0. 5005,
water eonj-r, earn ,
ter dtootetk50tS
I .j in your sel ted Army Area. I Will Include. solved with the of I J. it t'oasaoy. .0 SImM. 11.- ... Pheida.as. ; aoarFaa.. tASIA.
f. rE.rnfflhaJra help the Red Saal.
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I I : "'. I l'' f oak dining Rice You may 'hoes. radio, rat] r, I-HAY SURVEYS: SET a .4 'Tm. 5, I. ?..d. possoov

::4 (! Restaurant, 4 k. Federal I weather serration, sires imerhanles TRAIL DEDICATED Florida' Stat Board of Health Croat. he aald "I p.hI 5t..b a,,,,i noiley a. 104*. coca, DC krd of i..u .0 StoOl. \;. raDil .
"During the six L>.O.b.
1. ;. HighwaySept. Marianne Sept 25- A "natur past month PIs.I,4..1 ....
t i r control tower moved closer to its goal of X- CLI: ICUMD. .Decu0. C..... nm '
he added "the Martin LEGAL "
11, IS. 25 I trial winding &through the quiet County VI5TISE Tin 4.so5 III 1M.
; eratios an whatever the fl< : ,
raping every person &In the State -- C. n. ABBOTT
,I chapter ha handled 56 eases Involving NOT
: woodland, has teen dedicated .. ...
; Army Air Force Recri more mc tows tunes's W. P.m '
; ; S S TRrls f salt in your than 11 year of age with own or
: i AVOCADO % at Florida Cavern State Park servicemen families MACTIN CO 'IV IOLICITOa PO COlIpLAIJIAIfT. ;
ir\\' S !Nl:! gallon tana. Irafaf winter Inf Officer an provide you w h' to commemorate the service of the announcement this week by That include $8314)0) in loan. STATE OF 0 0510 I A I..O 4. U. II, 0.i :"m.i.I: : ::::oo; j
complete d alls and the nee Dr. 0. )(. I. ...." "'. MeI.
S ;j a bearing nrlet -.. 5X each blanks At a former naturalist and superintendent Sharp director bureauof 49 claim handled and 13 eases 0' i,_,_ u.&AI. VUTIIIM&NT 51t ; : ::1;: .'
application 0 tuberculosis :
I 9 Get them at mjlhoUMfany sary control, that concentrated .Involving Information., Co ANTII.ONSa.. ., P04 '
"The to Taltakaaaoa ..
II Arthur W. IN THE
dli COO Y Jubox'o IN ,
specAlsed couaT
I your training, j so 0.ma.H. ,_ I I'to f.
\ X-ray will be tta
0. .
surrey A. M
t Edwin A. MeniUnger. Sr.., Spenctr Trail" will bi the nameof An 0,41W' ,, 5 lho ....' 'I AND 1'011 'no COUNTY PLOIU A. COUNtY -- ,
'15 Martin Road wihibou nedtoaunitwh 1 conducted In large communities NIW'TRACK: BEING LAID *00km. ,. 5,. .... ..... a,. hm.b ott.ci. NO.SSJINTHRMA ....MABTIN..
S needs a mil with your skill I ths path. Spencer wow a desiring the service ... ... mc.Iue. fit oat, si us ROPTSI I ,
11111I11111111I11I11"11, 11I11I11I 11111111I: J who embarks veteran of World War I who doostot. whiM I -or hU' 0 .4 DTATII or WAaD 51,1. ItAIL& Alt tkal aarl afCkaaoar (
young ma ntn n Aa Improved1grade of .. .. :
steel ooj4 hi....)"" .. of .... I 0 Bar <****
died IMS '
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awlailAai oaMMkl In thlastand C Sept. MEAT PROGRAM LAVNCHZDLaunchIng J.4n of K.rOI" Iint,, to .. II =
FOR RENTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiifjiiiiiimrifiiNiii '- rauroaa trace is neing laid by P1ortoIo. NOT TO CII tawaakra II toatraaotVad
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Excellent; of a designed 0 oen. 1'- TO ALL' :
an I chance r program the Florida NOWAY.ns.dJohofu.ussbech I "' = ,.
East Coast
COMMITTEE: FORMED; Railroadon tnM oa I1I.UNI AOAlJoIn SAM Io

FOR RENT) Floor aaal\Df\ rapid advancement.ehJce I TALLAHASSEE (ENS) quantity to of provide meat" with a maximum mini- both tracks from Miami to !! .dot...01...JSI.-Eack. tlalailla II. Of.:'b".u7 dt.4:. ...1 I or IIDWAI HALL PAlLa, '.rtk. .a>aat. ..

? i chin Bad ....u. Reftnlahyeur Early will be beat chol State School Oupt Colin English a Jacksonville The southbound wrltlae aad aiu.1raatdoaro IOnIC 1M pM-. tkal r/i ara raaalrod ar >law watt.LfUd M T1sT.1o 0 t1rrsOO0t1pioiWsiit
floor at reasonabU rate .. CO to ;yolr nearest IT S. Arify I has appointed five county mum of Inconrtnienct for track from Fort Pierce to West sod. ao.t fflaa addrau at ... tf 1.' use ../.11 elataa or daaiaada wklaa FUND ""

Phone 101, IteM Hardware .* Air For* Reeraitlnc Stall*n school superintendent six American consumers and at the Pain Beach hu been completed '''' .1, and kla aioal sue.mm W awam ala attaraar ta kr ,tfc.alalaiaal or. %\UU.. or oafEdward ajVor' af roa HaS"ka.a Falla aealool, 'dnioilil.Aa 0.5r0s.51 )

_ S Cs. at Camean BuUdlnc. West Pain I school principal\ and five eouni cam time help conserve grain and th $0-man FEC: crew WorkIng itutOb..Meds .. ta law. I Ill laa afflaa of tka. ea.... Sod 5,4.05.4 adPeO'04 F ,
Jl Beach today Cot full details. kt ty school bookkeepers to a new. for possible feeding to hungry In Stuart TkHtladdar" of Brwloaiaor., A. D 1147 ktVtla, c...,. Florida. to ,... =
r i now U engaged in J. .. A wfseosy JR. iloVa .. .,....,
FOR RENT I4 'bedroom 1I0-. no obligation to yo. whatsorvef. ly-formed special committee of people oversea ,was anaouneed finishing the northbound span A. Ada>...........' of Ik.i. ...... ofT II) .......... OMalka Florida 5,.. wltkla.... 'dot* of '

by season Inquire Boa 1141 i A real opportunity await yoi Public School Internal Account-. today by the American Meat ln"- from West falm Beach! to Fort t OUOHTaiurAtloraar !!! /. Se" ,.,"'*. Ika Aral alataa aakHaattao at daaiaada. af 0.04.will". aa otawwta.Car aarMd. ,, I J

Stuart. It Sept. 15 thg.!: .. stltut on behalf of IU .more Pler e. far AdslOt.tsM.e t llaittatlaaa. of tow Baak alalH. oranaar.4 j
'\\1 '" S "' .. than 830 mtmbtrf Pak Iwo. II 0." ft.1. sM'
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THE STUART! NEWS STUART! Martin County ItOBIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, M., PAGE SEVEN

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[ KOMI OUH2NINQ PLANS DRAWN ALT tATIONS, ADDITIONS STU RT'S PRIZE-WINNING FFA TEAM I proving! Mrs. Hattie Rue, who ;la also Improved, according to|
was hospitalized lost week end, :hospital attaches
MECHANICAL DRAFTING -- jILr/

HARRY" GLANCOFF. IILI CTOD

AT PUGA *, GRLaNLar3kAINA BUILDING ,+140149 STOP
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Consult tit about/ our building '
DO OUR OWN problems ouble I' lure Program
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llMPORTlAcipr e2ml COSTUME JEWELRY & ROOFING < dllio"

read. Stuart Fla.
/ SIIRIGLEY, Mg

-- East Lumber

[ Bath Ro n Tile and Asphalt Tile ast

Alto Supply lof Belgian Tile I II various colors & SupplyCo. ANDFri.

I, and 316 Comm, Sal
INS LLATIONS and ALES '
Phone 22 P. Box 305 Stuart Florida
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Tile1 Balls Dramboards forches of Four members of the State champion FFA parliamentary right are Robert Greene, Stephen Huddle,
Quarry Tile procedure team at Martin County Jessie Quigley, Alum Smith, L. Emerson Kramer
FORT CO. lllrh School last year are back to form the and Donald Terry Only Kramer and I I !
E1HOWLERUCTION nucleus of what Is hoped to be another top Greene have graduated Shown with the boys YOUR I FAMILY'S FUTU'E' DESERVES 1
flight team. This six-man team won the eoveto are Prof. C. W. "Posnum" Long. FFA leader at I: '
ed honor at the State FFA eonTentlon fn Daytona the, school here, and Principal Erwin: F John-
P. 0 Box 1111 imno 787 IIS M ISth St., Fort Pierce '
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Beach June 1 The boys from left to wick. ATTENTION 1 WAY' !


Bob Diamond of Kobe Sound 1 :

TILTOMS SUNDRIES I[ SOCIAL NEWS of STUART JI loft be gone Sunday until for-e-December New York City to A. MAN'3 prim lotsesit ? R A1E5SHIR111 EROS ''i;, ,


l DRUG SUNDRI COSMETICSSUN JAMISON.CltVHAND JAMES KIRKLAND BRUNER I Mrs H J. Greene and Mrs F. .wj L. the w.ir.4 of ku r. N + LEE 1 NETT I I" ,
RITES ANNOUNCED BORN MONDAY NIGHT M Kramer made the trip to the I
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| SUN TAN OIL Sltf SHADE; GLASSES Announcement hat been madeof 1 capital taking I : Emerson Kramer family.-nowandfort futures '
CANDIES T ACCOS JEWELRY \..he'marriage of Stratum. Mr. and Mrs James Herbert and Robert Greene to enter the TLo lest time to pn r.for & at., Sept. 26 & 27 'I''j I I It
Bruner have announced \the
Jamison of Stuart to Mrs. Betty university for \their freshman HITNOI.. ,
SODA 'OUNT N. Cleveland of Fort Pierce. The birth of a Ilb.oil.. son, James year and Minnie Louise Greene d.fuh.r.1 is today. Lif 'Hour- | t,,I, I

! SODAS ICE CllAM SANDWICHES wedding took place Sept. 1 In Kirkland at II Monday evenIng for her junior year. aloe providso prole on -wu vF r: f. :
Folkiton Oa. Too young coupleare at Marti County Hospital ei ,
NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES making their home In West JMBlt lit emergency S it -d6 ;'rJ
Mr<. Bruner Is the former Dorothy i Walter Wells and Alfred Pedersen I II'
Palm Beach. drove! Up In Wells' car last will ice your I Ilaro family f Of, I'')
Mr*. Jamison Is the daughterof \ Clements_ Thursday Alfred Is beginning talon away. Consul owe ; ,
Mrs. C E. Watkins of Fort
his
first year of college and Walter
!OE"SLEY Pierce and her husband Is the C. R.: GREENU.LS JR Is a transfer from Stetson Jrl.nJIrlaf.of. Geordi dent ow.
ion of Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Jaml- AT CHICAGO TOOL SHOW I University Miss Emily Beach x r 'IF
son of Stuart. He la a graduateof Charles R. Oreenlees, Jr., of went up last Thursday by train
[ Martin County High School Pittsburgh Is In Chicago this and Jeannette Rudd of Havana Mal
and served In the Marine Corps ,
I who has been visiting here, left '
during the war with active dutyIn week where hs Is one of a trio THE rws ,
PL! BIND Friday to begin her sophomoreyear i ien.
the Pacific. presenting the Westinghouse at Tallahassee :
!tea
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-- display at the InternationalTool a '
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JOBBING CONTRACTING BRIDAL PARTY FETID Show.He reported that millions TNC a9.D L IAiLC e1N0C 1891It 1, '
Col and Mis R. A. Williamsare
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PROMPT, EFFICf SERVICE AT KRUEGER HOME of dollars worth of tools, spending a vacation at the I II'
ALL WORK Cl .NTEEDPhone The Karl Jy Krueger home in
showing \the latest scientific advancements Riviera near Daytona Beach. I
8t Lucle Estates was the scene .. _', INDUSTRIAL tirftfj HEALTH INSURANCU CO. I I
and e
are on display -
I
of a wedding supper Tuesday
night honoring members of \the 100.000 pcopb are expected to Mrs L E Ashley and ton IAM tUNDIIGAN
Handy-Mathers bridal party. view the display this week. James uf 10JO Riverside Dr. were .DWI I' \, I II '
----- week end guests at the Klvlcra 4 I j: : '
The lace covered table was $ARAMKOOO ARTHUR SHIUftllT I' ,
centered with a miniature bride Mr and Mrs Rubin H. Ray -,
FUGATE and 1REENLEES and place cards were nut baskets: have moved to their old home Mr. and Mrs, Holmes Shepardof 't'shotfolksl"Now NO. 2 //j':1'j'j''j'
fM with wedding bell on the handles Swalnsborough, Oa, where he West Palm Beach were Stuart 'tGef emwhit.. !

Engineering, SurveyiiB Blue Prints Favors for the women guests: worked as an engineer before Visitors Monday:'They ware! ./ '" .;
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wero ornated In the bride motif the war. An' Army captain at on the return trip from Callfof.nla '.< /'j'I. Al'
and those for \the men with wedding Camp Murphy during the war where they spent the sum: 's llu-tune tJLPIIrH'! ''or solid comfort wiled ': .
Estimates Susrniitte&An ,Request bells Each guest was givena he was placed In charge during mer and built a new summer flia free book modernoil l'; <
card with the name of the \the deactivation period. He recently home. it's cold next winter; on d
303 E. 4th St.. II Stuart, Fla. bride and bridegroom on whichto returned from Ouam i heating furnibhf*ain the answers to your tl I ,I""'
write advice to the bridal where he worked for a year dealer call '
while Mrs. Ray remained hereas Mr and Mrs. Paul A. DeVllblss -! home heating prollif ,qe your or I. \ 'i.,
PHONE IHighest couple. of Palm City are entertaining -! at our office today.; "
After the supper each memberof teacher In.he\ local school<<: '
Their daughter, Suzanne has her brother, Vernon O. Cornell I ::1 ;
the bridal party pulled a ribbon
MoMMlc, of the Navy Amphibious 1
been honored with a scholarship
streamer which
a
produced
Base at Little Creek: ,!
from the bride and Wide- at Barry College In Miami and
gift Mr. will begin her freshman ,year Va. He will leave next week for I .' ,1. '
beside .
The
groom. guests RATMO Ii
'I'II
Annapolis, Md. to begin a spec-
Cash' Fdr Car
there this month.
and
and Mrs Handy and Mr. 0 "
your lal training cour&e' j Z Z71
Mrs. Krueger, were Miss Rose' e- -e- I fIATT
WON'T TAKE FIVE MNUTESW Czverko Miss Edith Matthews Bob Diamond has arrived at
Bob Knowl returned last
Oak Handy, Isabel Mathers\ Hob Sound to Join his parents CHRISTINl I
tan pay you the O.. P. A. limit Lr your cat whichIs Paul Young, Al Mathers. Jr. Mr.; Mr. and Mrs. James Diamond, week where from Kramesha Lake N.Y.. McINTYRSun. \
with
and Mrs A. L. Mathers, Mr. and who returned earjler this month he was associated ,
much Jet here and
as at can an the Concord
you Players during his,
Mrs Mark Smith and Rudolphand from their summer home at
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STAY WITHIN THE WKW summer vacation. He wllf return -' & Mon Sept. 8-29 ,
Karl John Krueger j Oakland,M J, Bob and two bud
dies took a week tour of Canada to Stetson University this :
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. I visiting Oen James Brady week end.Stapler.
SON BORN MONDAYTO I Mitchell at his summer home at ;
** .311-25 Soutj Dixie i [ ELMER McCEFS; I Hatley, Quebec! Mr. and Mrs Bell of West Palm THEY :11

Fort Pierce, Fla. ] ( Telephone 190 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Leroy McGee -' Diamond and daughters:? Mary Beach was the Sunday (guest of ,,1 !
have announced birth of I and Suzanne, spent their vacation his grandparent: Mr and Mrs I FLOIIDI ronE& omn ; (AUlP
an I-lb. son Monday at Martin! In Vermont before returnIng Lewis Bell Palm Beach Rd. '.
county Hospital. to Florida ... I -+ RK ,rTHE ,

LIST your', Rooms, i Apaftments JanJ Rental -t e Mrs. Eleanore Harris and son / '<
Homes with us. DR. E. C. YOUNG John U. Menninger and. Mrs. Jack, have returned to their DENIS[ r I
STRUCK BY AUTO Harris Lorry, Jr. drove to home 177 Bryant Ave.. after
L. FULFOR1 Word haa been received here Mountain City Oa., Saturday to spending the summer with her POCK(
that \the Rev E. a Young Is recovering get their children, Malcolm Men- sister and family at Surfslde r
rRaat Leis from painful, althoughnot ninger and Day Lowery who [Miami Brach. ,ANt)
BUYING e' SELL*! e/RElJ NC serious Injuries suffered were visiting Mrs. Lowery e HE11RJ1EP
PROPERTY MAfACEMENI Sept. 12 (when he was struck by mother, Mrs. May Clark. They Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tlllman /
Writ Nd 4 an auto He and Mrs Youngare also drove on to the Mennlnger who recently moved back to Stuart .
P. '
O-fox- vacationing In Shaker summer home at Cashiers, N. C.. from ,Lakeland have takenan 2 ftINSDE,
32t North Cot ado Aver
Heights Ohio, where he was hospitalized G' =
before returning home Monday apartment In the c E. Sch-: I
Phone|317 for a brief period.Their e roeder home, 524 Osceola Ave. out!.. I
Stuart, orldaVENETIAJ home will be delayed pending He .....",.
trip Mrs. A, R. Clonts drove to Tallahassee a't: again employed I in Th
hit recovering Sept 17 to take her t News press room I INSIST RQUAUTMIUMBERI: -
---- I daugthers' Mildred and Dorothy -5 I
r Mrs Bertrand Taylor flew to enter Florida State,University Mrs H. L. Snyder of the Majestic <' ( YOU CA GETITf )) I
BLINDS down last week from their sum: Dorotny reg:stered with the Apt. who has been In Mar. ,
mer home In New York City to' freshmen Thursday and Mildred tin County Hospital since Aug Sit
> attend" repair of storm. damage began her sophomore year this 26 when she suffered a fall, M *
'BUY DIRECT FROM IE MANUFACJUDCET SEE, to their home on Jupiter Island. week. reported to be gradually 1m-1
riOfl MASON!
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ON CONVENIEN TE S I -------1 rACCURATE illj
Ow T. .. ;CUSTO BUILT' Oar s .- 0-My A! | r
TRASO To lT p GO GILA NO
VENETIAN NDOW 'VtNtltAN BLINDS I IVNIFOKM II
BLINDS YOUR ARE YOU DRIVING SIDEWAYS? *

CAL 1225EPBESENTATIV IIYfU 1
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MCASURt YOUR W1MDO AND TELL YOU JUST SOUNDS SILLY, DOESN'T IT?
HOW EAST IT-IS TO OWh (JUAUTT TBASOPUNDS.Jscrvfe BRU EKE M
Yet if the wheel of your car are O T-bF. INS they tuluslfor
SEE 1IOW ST ITELTI MII fet (3( thete fasting your new
'drag 'Skid and Scuff along instead of tt
;, mild worth imitin nln.As liome.buKd9 .
they
Any room attaly new rt- M re Tu and Vd&d ed.ct.
ljouP trained richness dignity ROLLING AIGHT RUE sdyfiori, It's our obtigationato slip you plan k Sept 1Teresa j jTZty

i ied nth. wiMll And 9t it 1 quality
Immediately oar specify qualify lumber ej -
rn This side drag 't tl
s Venetian Blind! are In- on your s that safeguards your 'f'onc.-ln-aaifddme with

tailed. The decorfUrc effects Tfs away GOOD RUBBER. tfrtftth. long Iffe wd, besury. If wi Q psyVou to we
not to men i theadded'comfort MSlaiJlWrightThe
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'ad' prl> COME IN E0K A EAR.. CHECK 'UP. us.fVoVt specialists tn,friendly homtbuKdlg Mrvtee. ,

por are of proportion In

| to. the modlst InIstalUtlon .." GOOd 110".. l \l-
cost U we, RALPHULME\ G" n. see


MANUFACTURING show you? ''CO.IF MOTOR CO. \j: >,>..j I Casa Lumber C o. Imperfect-


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i, 11 it. i'. 'AGE tIGn1 ,THE STCART NEWS, STCART, M rtln County FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT: JtLW'r

,It'' ," ', HOME DEMONSTRATION NOTES Fliher' bland, K. T when hha "U the week

tunt ettws (Great America ft Hack k *..pent the Bummer Verna Gamble end ga
Chir ,
: ; 0Qe J fy By MISS LITHE INSCOE!: I
\ J Tommy Helller, Jr,ten 1Iill da, Mr, and
I ; : A* the price of food goes higher and higher It \U even more Wit f C D,
for Oaloeivllle where he will ea. had a* their
Important that we consider food value. It I II a wise hoiutwlf cumin t
1 \t ;I' Published every Thursday at A whoo when abe shops for food, think first of her own family need. far the University Florida. for ar and t Mr*. Robert Oan a

u Stuart Martin County, Florida, r + r It an essential" food| (according to thee even) 1 II beyond her lull Sophomore year.

i 1 I by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a h? i..>t. .'h< hAiiii ''I/>t ioov hut that food entirelY.. but try to find Mr. and Mr. Harper Quinn
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i :.1 .It, I $ Entered Florida corporation.a* second-claw mall I, i I"d';;;; substitute for It art announcing th* arrival of a

I ( I People are beginning to Inquire In a wry Intelligent way a* to ion, Michael! l born on
a the ,
matter at pout oMlce at I
I \ ; food 1 substitutes,, what they are and the amount required to makeup September l ..ePt, Martin
Stuart, Florida, under the
t'l ? ,;'J 1 AcU
9 d of -J for food being left out A typical question I II "How maay bean County HoepltaL .
1.f i March 8, 117t \
I'' f A FREE PRESS I RoGR4WiNe FARMYSC cecinR A watdtNrnp. due It take to be equal to a nerving of meat?" )fr, and Mr*. flea DeWItt bav
1 YEARS -. ., W00DIOT Renee ww Mpt4IiA 4R RANtt. I' the Stat Board of \
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( 34 OF SERVICE According 16 the nutrition service from
A OIIN (ROC Ta.T(AN a.1MRYMTRD A"seA10Nn / ( returned from a month"\ vUitInAshefllle
I I and "' AMV R.D.AWY U/p/YYRN AIMRlr1 Health, the list authentic
following 1a I :
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tM DII N..d a adww.o.A Net 9EnORcA4m wNFNuse Mssoel M N. a
\ o< lk. Hliurl Tlnra. Ik. ewe. ..... 511.41UMnl TRre1 RBACN AU1UMiy 'Ma What Feed Il..w Rig A Serving heat Mach
4 l' 'I, {II' FREE PEOPLE 1 17.\ tot. ubll ItHlurt-h..4)) tn Stuart.-".AnN. wltM 1M.: 1ANOt* tNay a0OW1Al1ORa ASS cue eteeit 1I'f5E oYMena wVR41 Orw000lswpr Pertain pent Mr.Friday and. Mr Ui,*West. Lewis Palm Gamble Beach
FARMFTN
t I .1 March'; R, i,1\\, -h:; : .= U.11N.Jidn l..on, WITS'0U0 nr1N1 QYAUenCMFpRPlte Hamburger I pattle Weighing tVt of. 17 lramlFogal on businessDonald .
({ I lktaMr" t, I/la. About !V4 or scrambled -
1 ru fuuudW It."Y' egg eggs and George Gideon are
r j I. w'laou n.r I"....... kw". U lhSUBSCRIPTION It *
\ A eua. "&..rId. '....10.... G with canned milk pending a short time In Met--
,. +Rr ? Salmon or other fish About Vs ,cup, 1 15 phil, Tens with relative
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I ,;yl ,' tl EDW'' A. erNNlaoa'j .......d.n.nl. NeutRNiul -.. .,w Milk 1 pint of fresh milk or buttermilk Mr and Mr*. Ed Kendall and
'r' ;'' ; -----F-t.YONS- Ad..em.l.a MausS E ALeARlRioweRUld', or 1 cup of evaporated milk, Mr. Bertha Smith of Akron
S Cuarantrfd
}, RATES not diluted K Ohio, ars again here for the season Wi(4(

,\- r I, ,\ 11.11' 0.. Y.. .. '. .MM T... r....._.. ...._........__...... I wo+r l aq Cottage cheese 4 table oon+, or Vi cup \A serving ., and 'are at Ocean Breese Rep firing! I
MPaR i MN
.\. d."I'IOI, qtr and -sa ';.'10" TI .....,:",.,.., _. ,... Nrhlt /( 11, h. I n- about the size of a small Ice Park. W. restnrbeailw; '
Mr tr:
\ t 'I '" ..reel oar .Iaeha.hM .4....'_.... cream acoop 15 Mr and J Ward and repair III kinds 4,| ,
II ,,\ T" Ao..Ia..d Beer":"_wnll. :i! ,n daN1 ,. M. .,. M..n.ANnlb.. of ill wok ORPriNDUIDnNaAIeDlNIIARD 1eyAReAl10 Mr*. Ida Zarnldta pent Wednesday ii/1-1.., '
1110rf5tfioAUflNfrAltTlmlllRel: II wlPl /pblmtlD American cheese 9 o*.. would be a slice i'4 Inches
and
, 'I"" MEMBER: OP. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS --- fWPMUll WlMMtM 191 AWKUtt rt M* square and Y.! Inch thick. 14. Jacksonville Thursday last week Friday In ReaiofableSTUARi I
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:;, M rho. A..I.ted rival" ae.'. p.Y".d., I.I:.:hw HM..- ------ Feanut butter'' :t oa would be about JVi level JEWEL
I' 4' ; : : UHf.AU- daughter Charlal and ton Hughof SHOT
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AUDIT Of CIRCULATION "
1 -, -- tablespoon. It West Palm Beach spent Sunday i
: ffl IHmmillllllllHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIMIimiHmiUlllinm i i i j I i i WIimillllllllWHrtrA i ii' OuCh non Buildup.
: j I# NEW CAR RESPONSIBILITY LAW EFFECTIVE. SOON 'f here with Mr and Mr. W.
A training Echoot tot county council and home demonstration L. Frtedrlcksen uart, Fie
i i! V\I'f' I d n// MeJilnlinnI Florida is the 37th state( la fldont automobile__ .
\ an __ .. ._ 1'> Mss Grace of Stuart
-.- -- .n. H I club women will\ be held In Melbourne Friday and Saturday Pomeroy ,

I !, i iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiihiiiuiininniii; ; I ; ; I I I ';I "' sponsibihty lay. Representatives from Martin County will attend this meeting < ....:....:.:::

{ ..J., i }! 1 If the peoples of Europe resolve to come together and !fro accident This law. would Its 'provisions never concern become motorist operative It there only when were i along with/ the home demonstration: agent, Martin County

." 'f -'-; 1/' 'I work together for mutual advantage; to exchange blexNingainstead IIIn accident occurs. It will become\ effective October lot, I I Cleaners: ,!
', r f f,( of curses they still have it in their power to sweep /and motor car owners are advised to become acquaintedwith DST TO END SUNDAY .
57 SEEKING
JOBS
' ,:, 1 away the horrors and miseries which surround them and its details. P.rfofly, if your car cause a crash and The 12th .year of nationwide Phone 1 P. O. Boa 101I
'f ,' ( I j 1 to allow (UK' +stream of freedom, happiness and abundance observance of daylight saving
It, I to.. begin again their healing!! flow.-Winston Churchill. you cannot prove financial responsibility J you maybe 1'1'.1! time will conclude at 2 am WE
I quired to remain until your ease corned to trial, under IN THIS COUNTY \ Sunday. The principal affect In I I)0MODER )
I
;; .. :: ;i':' f, : sC. 000C'0=: ;-oOO-------OCO or in,, jail. Your license may be revoked and your car impounded Martin County where It wan not '

In any case, unions you can establish your used this year la changes of DRY CLEANIN and PRESSING

J':/ t f ri : r Horticulturally Speaking financial responsibility immediately your trip will be Marked Increase Noted In time of radio ntworksSERMON programs on nationwide ,

layed and you may be subject to many annoyances. Number" Asking ,. EXPERTDY, ING IIERLO MOTH PROOFING
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.C:::::=0I:20I: :===:=0I:201:===:=01:2: 0I:2: Proof of financial responsibility can be furnished de-I Employment TOPIC GIVEN ,

,I' 1'I;: ,,"\ lomlu, clltll.'ml''' "hu ka4 owuid the future.. ol f the Industry securing' 4 motor vehicle liability policy, or a surety I Or Charles A. Carrlel will bate RUG C NINC. ..WA R PROOFING '
Mar than 300 calls (for service .
fir of cash
a deposit or securities, by being qualified
: 'i, and" the d'IrkP''I| ul tlitir, pishuts li.vi I Ufn givui|{ a i |gad< (Icjlpi I. his sermon on "Jesus Christ the t
I 1 I .f 1 r'' 11 tlnuiL.il! to. Ihe iiurslKm, ol whit, I Ines lu. .nil,, III tlnu pastures. self insurer, or by a voluntary liability policy. by Individuals in the Stuart office I Inspiration to Achieve Rio Ideal"at MENDING, TERATIONS, and RE.WEAVINCA

P ( I AI', lull I lot i shide, which c,.llll.. I lie..I. l lnilll4, |\ Hin .. In4. Moony.. siiininir. days - -- --- of the Florida Stole the 11 a.m. service of the ,

, .e '4", ;", Hoiiil.i' and, to a liyr ("%"'111. is a coop( Inv. t.itlu'r her lumber or QUIPS FROM THE NAVY ment Service during Au EmPloy-I! Presbyterian Church at the Wo- : '
{\ )I ;1 :-- 111,1'' (line; ol. the dee Ore of our baby carriers had been cruising off Japan B jonei. manairr of man'i Club Sunday Tril I wmc.; vince You

+ I, f ( I One, nah Hindi considerable corresixmelencein with a l large", Task Force of our fastest can-it,n and battlt- IIIIMIUIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIJENSEN I
\"t\ 1 t, ii I. cattleman has hut offle'! said\ today
ships finally she detached to "on mission
;' "' UKsiilijn1. I of I llie I planluig I ol a tinpiiul, I species oi the. tong, oil (tree<< ," As nln pulled wax out of the vast proceed fornali.-n of! ships asniyneu -, A total of 12 referrals to! jobs NEWS I
if 7 us" their see !several! which tiller eonsiilt-ruble, u< .
sprcws promise were made while
1 accompanied by a lone her during August
II destroyer escort
; Captain pickup 1 -
I I"0"1'<' ut toils to lie( nil whull lius. made the lieeu
piodnce wine' tung
\ his radi6telephone and spoke this parting word- job plac:menu were reported at By CHARLOTTE HF.LLIER I IIIIlIlIIlllIlIIlIIlIlIIlIIUllllllllllllhiiiilt
I ( ''I.P great imiiutiy in lorida I .. 1 he hue TtiNC OIL tree (Meurkrsxdi. / ) F E PERT
"So 10
long, fellows 're Including four veterans Approximately
,
on
your own now. I I I
'\ i! does not tlirive south of Gainesville and there in limited urea betweenCuinrst 1o .
r .ille! ami 'I'allahassee IH. ully all of the tl'f't'1..1 this thre Job placement I )
tangIer Robertson returned
I "I/ t I w re prurtK: ) One Navy flight leader returning from the target I
a in 1-lornlu, cultivated! I However. there other t of women were made the Mlamtan
stalks are being are mem looked Thursday on from
111 ,,' 1 t 11I'f"I) lius nine lunuly, which are lreiuetilly| plunted! ill south, Florid I I I'I that down his on the circular formation of ships below and Employers contacted by local I Macbin S Work
saw carrier was not in the position where he had '
1 Florida Stale Employment s..rv-I I op
; and ull ol them are prolific prodmi. ul oily nuts. left it, He called his! ship.-
'If, fe t | lie C.AMH.tMT tree (Atiurttcv. miJiieciiiui, ) is fie' <|uently planted\I "Rub a dub dub, ice p:rsonnel In behalf of Job I

t t : T, 1 u, !b<"nth ,Honda, as an urn.iinenl.it. tree but no ruinmrrcial. : use hll1II' Where is tub?" applicants totaled four Job or Morton Jewe ,
my d!r for.a total of 15 persona wr
t I Jj ,, 'been made of its Inut Back shot the answer placed by employer In the CALL S rART 33
""A ,INN iiilroduilioii, in tins same I inulv4wim, the Philippines is the I "High diddle, diddle, county during the month. I The Sterling J elerExper

|rl|' SOFT LIMBANG (A/I/ mile* (mx'rtiiaj/ ; ) which produces enoniimis quun) We're in the middle" Although the monthly report
I ?i{j\ titles ul nuts all,1111 the 1 hllippiui, ,'s tlx'W lre.|iieiillv sire. used by I tM.* :. II e e Indicated that ft major. part of
.
,tl I ;I II* ji 4 / natives; b fur torches. Several nuts strung on si .reed rruikei; a lurch which, The Tyrrhenian Sea still washed the shores of Palermo the activities wen In behalf of date ing and Stuart Service

If. I .' I. V,' i burns tur a long period this tied lion teen leatured recently In the in Sicily, but It's no fault of a certain Scbeeshipfitter, v
: I ... I''t! hnilicultuml, png!( t of the Miiinil" "Dew'pipirs und in some' of the lilira stationed there shortly after the island had fallen,. compensation claim by

.' '}" : ., i ture distiibuted liy the. Kuinhilcl, Tripku) Garden An enemy bomb had blasted a crater near an installat non-yrteran.i made up f large
\ I j "i, 'muu irx'nd wrote to the Unfvenity (it Flofiiln Agricultural fon the Seabees were building at Palermo, and the ship- Volume of work during the 107 N. St., 1, Pierce Inc orated

.;I I 1 .' I Exprrunrnt! Slalion ut .aim'inlle and was .uclvbed," to avoid planting fitter was assigned! the job of pumping it dry period.
I) trees" of the fjeurlln Ids, Ixxuuw all of the "The Unemployment compensation .
any group( ( In pasture secie' pump did all right, he later reported, "but the payments In Martin ---
f .M/ i tested liuve pdanane, i quulities) Tim discouraged my friend temporUulv crater wouldn't empty finally, I discovered the trouble. amounted to $404 and wer>County! made

,. 7' I .i | 1 l.III11t'IIg t ,ol a (persistent. nuliire, I lie,, niiitiniiml, his research, in this High tide was seeping into the- crater and I was. trying to to 33 Including 23 men and, 10
rt <. hM und d recently received a kiln from unollier, catllcniun which. KqiHiled : pumptheTyrrheninndryn women during the week endingAug

t' ;.' In jwrl beiunse of Its t'1t..l'liulioIlmh.....>t in tins, ptirlmilar con. e 30Etlll ANt J .

'1 f fI unikxm. "Don't worry about me, Mom I'll keep my head necking I << employment
t flown," the young Seabee wrote from his front-line fox- through the Stuart Florida State
I y Yuur plan for the. giowing/( of \1iuritn" 1I.m'Q/ ut your rumh Fi1>le. Employment office at the t be. I

primarily bur shailt ilioiild, provide )you with tome very desirable) The mother received another letter the following week, ginning of Septembtp( were 57 d1'I
-. f I d 'I', shade.. tiers, anti! slmnld ulso U. diildedly decorative' in which the Seabee told her he had been cut by flying Including 36 veterans and 12 .
r ;" You timed huvr mi sear rtgardmg livestock.. ol any kind in lung shrapnel women. The largest number of ,

', ,' I lire' groves; 1 have run eallle" 1".r\<'I, niulrt klieep und hogs in "In the future," he said, "I'll keep both ends down applicants are quallflrd' In service -
; .\e; ", tf' thug tree. grovel since 1932:) amt with IM> evil eftect wliulieverI1 semi-skilled and unskilled ..
I \ ''r I1 ': The cuttle like the, dense \\tw\e\ ol the tung( tree My own cattle ==:I0I:20C: :::::.0=: 0C70: =OB:===: -0=0C occupation/! Among these were: --

gather., under ll* tang 'tries diinnj, the entire" hot part uf" ,the d"ly, COME ON LET'S porter, 2; hou keepers, 2;
LAUGH y ,
1 I Y 1 I The tin' do not f ern 1 to bother the unimuls, when,, they gather truck driven. 8, and laborers 18 a m.
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I I under the khwlo ;rif the tree, =--=---.ww---- -----.......- "Job BDDllcantlons- / continue to a
t'\ i i t '; It is (me Shut twig oil uml tins probably includes, llu sap olIj LAST ENGAGEMENT FATAL )ncrase"foster than Job opportunities ivery
Jams laid,
i, < 'j Ij .i the lung .,, to ull aniinul" hie The oil is staled to "I'Id you participate in job urging employer
iusntrckat.veld many engagements\ on the to placo all opening
.r 1, A. :: be both gernncidil Perhaps it is this fact that continent an inquisitive old lady asked the returned with the Florida State Employ Cent"I
"I i "t \ ij acomints fur the ay..sinll. V>|IK.I| all unlmal lifeluis to !the foliage soldier. ment Service office here Jonrs

l' I. I I': of dill tree There is no uniniiil, that will even bite, much, lets eat, "Only five," replied the ex-GI, with becoming mod- stated that the agency la doing I
I fa 11"" either.. the 'Sung nut, the leaves or the bark of the. tree Not even esty everything possible to make the.

f i a goat will lunch' the lounge,, and a hog will rout all around the "And all of local Florida Slat' Employment ''
you came through them unhurti""Not !
t'' s tree without touching or injuring a niot I have farad tome tong he Service office a central community "And when I spend money I pi 'I'IIt
1 exactly, returned
sadly. "I married the
.I J? '; trees und livestock to be a livestock lo be. a most encelltnt' U"'l1 fifth."-Oeala Star-Banner clearing house where all out by check. My Easi' Is ]
protect
t J ,Jj( 1 bmutHinffl employers! and all workers can ",
SOUNDEb get the best employment results ,;' against loss, J have f record of all ill
i 1 My catllemun friend Jmm..1illh'ly purchased all the Alrtirttet 1m.v DANGEROUS A representative" In located at t

L: ,- Fern which i hud succeeded in raising'' from seed ail has planted Little Mary, aged five, came running up to her rm>ther, the Stuart courthouse on Thurs ___ ,lit', I come and expense aid: if *the Depart t!
i these' in his pastures All cutlkmen in Florida. are going lo be interested .. crying. days and Job order also will be ., '
i in the measure of success achieved, by this rOost because" here I Little Mary: Oh, mother, dear! You'd better .come taken over telephone 500 Fort ';J' ment of Internal Rwenue happens J jto

r I is a tree that will provide both shade und a crop* desirable cum: quick and get daddy! Pierce. ,. '" ask any embarra 'ng: questions I|
buution -EAM Mother: Why, Dearie ,
li t Little Mary Well, Daddy and Mr. Smith are down WINDSHIELD IS BROKEN know where to firfl .the' answer"
5 WE CLOSE OUR in the cellar and I heard Mr. Smith tell -
I woo DOOR TO RICH GIFTS Daddy to give him While driving on the Dixie Hwy
4! Oftentimes we close doors to rich gifts by being unappreciative another nhot!-Palm Beach Post. during tlie. hnrrlmno( Police CliielA

l .t by failing to express thanks for smaller gifts, COULD USE THEM I C Carver and Policrnum Feint

f t i y / or by harboring resentments and thoughts of revenge. The "The" new baby has its father's nose and its mother' Cline hud the wlndsliii. I 1 of the
poison in our minds! prevents people who would be eyes. I
eager ht which !
ri to help us from expressing their own generosity "Yes, and if Grandpop doesn't stop leaning over the |leg police broken car by a falling they br4ix.li were' : IK ota CITIZENS BAN! OF STWRT

t They tell the story of a murderer who was sentenced tribe it's going to have his teeth.-Rotary Spokes, Pueblo, trHj .

.. to death His brother, a fine citizen who had nerved his Colorado
I t' I state Well asked for the murderer's pardon. The pardon Athletes Foof chi Member: The Federal Reserve System, 'a Federal Deposit Insurance rporatoa

was granted and the brother himself carried the paper to QUICK FOCUS HOW to s it I
91. s the prison to give the good news to the prisoner
Photographer: "Now smile and watch for the little Make Teat'0.f e The Bank of PcrsolU Service
:1 ? ; Something caused him to ask : "What would you do blrtiie." to

if you were to be given a pardonf""The Ihl. eowCRFUI TL.OL .I drva laArtN6. .,. I Arab,..,
first thing I'd da," was the quick, decisive answer Modern/ youngster: "Oh. drop that 'little birdie' stuff! .,d FULL n Mahn. MpR6aww

I q a "is to track down the judge who sentenced me, and Get out your light meter and make dome testa, adjust your ...nIMar N. Itl .Ile NCW M IM

t'', murder him. Then I'd track down the chief witness and lighting properly, and set your lens correctly so you won't RT D lG, COR __ --
) murder him." i ruin a sensitized plateToplcs."Too -


kl t with The the pardon pardon-bearing.,till in his brother pocket.rose lie and saw left clearly the prison that it, the teeth often turq;When out to legislation be is passed" with teeth in WE ARE PRE ARED n
porcelain. The Barbourville 'to
t his brother was imprisoned by the evil in his own thinking '
(Ky,)
. and that freeing him from a steel'ceil would not give him Advocate FALLEN

true freedom Our evil thoughts are our only Jailer. "Dr G. Q. Po's "roots and herbs" tonic: now appears to TO, REMOVE OR STRAIGHTEN TREESLECKER
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be a quack brew of political rain water and banana oil.

WHAT, LEADERS MUST LEARN TO ACCEPT Instead of sponsoring: legislation (labor) that would
As a leader you will get your share of praise and applause quicken the heart beat of the nation's industrial giant, "OUR LARGE GMC 'W .; cCO. /

'''But you must also be prepared for vilification, Republican bosses are attempting to administer a phony 'J .

harsh /criticism: false accusations and even bitter enmity, concoction labeled 'Politics', which will, if taken in prescribed ; HANDLE ANYSIZE JO

those for whom you .dojnont may prove to be your most doses, cause a definite relapse. The Brazil .(Ind.) % a
i unrelenting enemies. Gazette -
Your reward must always be in the consciousnessthat WILEY '

you lire. demonstrating goodness in action. When Daily newspapers tell us Frank, inatrs's.sponsor will >> MOTO. e

r the work you do blesses, you will also be ble18 d. drop him. Personally we don't care if the sponsor drops NORTH FED. HIGHWAY PHONE'291 STUART,
-! Tom Dreier Frankie! on hit head." The Kobbinsdale (Minn.) )Post. '

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TIm STUART NEWS STUART. Martin. C..ntj. noRmA, THURSDAY SEPT. |5, 1947 / PAGE MINK
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DEBUTS I fishermen tor all the fish they P
MRS. LESLIE W. HALBE NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES don't catch and insist that If all

0 I (Pupil .t M..d.1 rb) I s L The County Agent's Column commercIal our lake fishing and streams were eliminated wouldbe CARPENT / WORK

Teacher of SAging 10 full of fish they. would
e i overflow their banks
c.wt L. M. Johnson
IOSe By 1
tare P .... rr. I don't think that commercial AND AL REPAIRS

fishing In the waters of the st.
Research" Dr. R B.
Generally speaking Martin on Tung OU ,
Johns or Lake Okeechobee art
is n-I >r County agriculture was very McKinney; Farm Flash hurting sports fishing to any extent SEE ME HOME IN SALERNO OR ,j

fortunate In receiving such a I '):'uea., Sept. 30: The Effect of : In fact In removing des- DROP A POSTCARD"QUIZ BOX 11 SALERNO, FLAT

small amount of damage from Earthworms on Boll," Dr. A. N troy!ra of fish such as turtles. "

the heavy winds and rains dur- Tlssot; Farm Flash IIIora and the like, they are help- E. At 'BILlXBALDWIN
dear sawassw-
ful.
>ng the recent storm The maJority Wed., Oct 1: Home Economics
TAN{ scpior10a.yIlONIT vwr .r totes; Farm Flash. As far as protecting the black
of Martin County truck
bill In ttv:se waters, they are already -
deln. Thurs:, Oct. 1: October Poultry
wire
O.Pa farmers preparing their '
protected and cannot be
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nw .Nw.e-ace rte "
US M Fein /f twtun. w1 lands to begin planting seed Chores, Frank S. Perry; Farm sold so I don't 1M what all the
W% FAI% yo-I Hash.
44 waft about Nov. 1. With very few ". Is. ruckus la about. The "red tide1

exceptions most farmers had oilyseed Aubrey M. Pettls has become has destroyed mora fish than
.qmeted" err. Hater So' east.. 15. farm electrification specialist commercial and sports' fisher.
.I ...N Lr I 1 kSMrxe e"aNte w a beds that were' growing with the Florida Agricultural men would catch. In five years,
kwrld u? Tomato farmers in the Indian- .
ro Extension Service* under a cooperative but I don't think It will ruin fishng
town area who haa seeded tomatoes arrangement with the and I believe when the tide

afro in the farms suffered Rural Electrification: Administration has disappeared we'll still catch
considerable lose from high water It Is announced by H. O about aa many fish, as we ever
City- but with the drainage systems Clayton, director of extension. Q. What' Is the mont talked-about subjec/ In

; they have Installed In this He began work Sept It did.It has been my experience that West I'ttlm Beach Today? .?

area they probably will be .able A graduate of Alabama Poly. fishing today la a darn sight WtLet : +
9 to begin re-seeding about Not. I technic Institute. at Auburn. In Lake Okeechobee and the A. PARKING !

t ________ ___ as scheduled Pettls has been with REA in St. Johns than in many of the
female Yapock' which has Wi know of but one farmer Washington and North Carolinafor so-called protected and stocked Q. What can be done about it?
Inches\ who was able to save any the past 17 months In Florida lakes that commercial fisher
/ tall- long amount of plants. This man he will work through county men never go near Why, I don't I A. Let LOU BRANCH Olive Ate and F At St.,-
Its. body-makes Its' has planted a small amountof and home demonstration agentsIn know-but I'll trade you a 100 in the center of the shopping dltf ict ia !

at the Bronx Zoo In New seed In boxes and placed assisting farm families with protected fresh water lakes I''ve Went I'alni Beach take care Jp your

Described by zoo offi them under sheds He Is their electrification problems. Fished In for a couple of acres parking prf,blema
almost of the opinion that he can begin His entire salary .la being paid of Lake Oke-'chobee any timeCommercial .
as an legendary /
setting plants within the next by REA fishing Is an Important Q. How?
American water

6 HOME ," the animal has silky few pumping days.and Most opening farmers ditches are to Have you canned guava juiceor should be Florida given Industry encouragement.and It A. Any one of //lie following nfrvl entitles ; 1

fur with a double dumb- remove the surplus water., In nectar for use later? Canned It provides an Income to thousands you to :ilmm PARKING F ICE ALL.Kasoline. t
marking of black spite of all the setbacks every guavas may be used later too who have no other means DAY if lou like : till up v I
DIM seems optimistic and lookIng to make delicious up-side-down of' livelihood and brings millionsof a will, job oil chang 'r,
McM Ian urniture ')'back webbed Its, hind but its feet front are forward to a slightly delayed cakes or guava crisp. Try these! dollars Into the State. illuth I job or *, wax b. lubrica-

610 ORANGE IvE. FBRT PIERCE baren pink and slen but good vegetable season. Today commercial fishing Is ,
Citrus growers with very few SEABOARD SEEKS atJust about a standstill, fishing -
exceptions lost most of their $47,000 TAX REFUND boats art tied up and 'fishermen LOU BRANCH
grapefruit and about 25 cent '
per are Idle, Catfish fishermen ,
Invfie Ydir Friends HEADS ELKS of their oranges In addition to Tallahassee, Spt 35-(FN3)Tha ) along the St Johns River from Went Palm IwathOlive Ave. Mil First St.
wind-whipped foliage and Seaboard Airline Railroad Tacksonvllle to Lake Oeorge will
bruised trees. Some grove own- has asked the Florida Supreme tell you that the closing of those SINCLAIR PRODUCES .
ers report trees blown over. Court to compel! Comptroller Gay water to commercial fishing hat '.1''
Sailspdrt! Both citrus trees and palms to refund $47000 In State Intangible their business on the verge of ; 1 I
which were blown oter partiallyor taxes which It claims disaster
all the way may be straightened were collected: without authorityof As evidence of thesituation

Just South of Qatir Creek Bridge up and braced I so they will be law a year ago they point to rows of fishing j :
oney'Y held In position and the trees The court Issued an alternative boats tied at the docks, dozens
ITS OUR PLEAS 0 I saved By removing a small
SERVE writ of mandamus directing of nets' on row after row of racks
amount of dirt from under the Oay to make the refund within and Idle employes hanging
WDWICH. roots. which have been exposed 30 days or submit his reasons for around In. the WeJaJta-Oeorge-

pulling the tree over in place, not doing ad. Assistant Attorney town area, what commercial fishing :\: ,
TRY OUBCOLD shoveling soil on the roots and General McMullen representing Is going on Is confined tc :
watering In th tree after setting : Oay, agreed to Issuance of the the operation of a few traps and ,:/ !, I
OR some of the tree root ays- I writ. some trot-lines The big 1100 SCHOOL ; I

I em can be saved and will begin The tax was collected during foot Ana have been brought in SLOW
growth In the shortest. period of I the administration of the late and racked.
TENDER DILICIOUS tune Comptroller Lee on the theory Her a $2000000 Industry .Is
'. Cocoanut trees, cocus plumoseand that mortgages Issued by the at a standstill The annual sale ;1 'II Ji Jild '
,
BENJA CODDARD, royal palms and most all railroad were taxable when submitted of the blue-skinned "cats"" prin-
d' ', small ornamental plants can be for recording In county cipally to Western markets ran ;' ;
:
,(!; treated In a similar way and clerk'* office beyond tin $2000000 figure In

5 saved, Be sure that excess and 1945 The State Board of Con- ,

t "a top fronds an removed before NEW TRAIN COMING servation reports' that a total of 1 ; ..
: a straightening up the trees 3326112 Ibs ware taken from ,
ANNO1 [ Within the next two weeks, or Norfolk, Va. Sept. 25 (FNS) these waters. ,
after the plants have settled In -A, new streamlined train will
.. t At an average of 34 cents a J)
the -Silver Fleet" of the '
------- join
their permanent positions, a
ON SI iMBER pound, which the fishermen say
Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company -
A. LEWIS light application of any good they receive, that amounts to ,
fertilizer can be made. If plantsare Dec. 12 for travel betweenNew :
$1430878 which you will have
58, Los Angeles attor
York and both coasts of '
Arthu AiD susceptible to cold damage that
>urn was elected Grand Exalt to admit aln t hay Take tj
announced last
Florida, It was
use a fertilizer having aa much
kind of out of circulationand
o. L. lye A interest in .of the Order Benevolent of Elks and at potash content as possible I we I week by C. E.: Bell, passenger somebody money I Is bound to go I
traffic of the road
all should be thankful that the manager
I hungry and I'm not talking about
WILE MOTOR CO convention In Port- 4a I
majority of our damage is trees,1
jm ; Ore. He Is a member of the folks who have been eating t
Wiley I he fmer owner, Calif., lodge shrubs and water damage As the fish either. j
far as we know, nobody was Too Late No one, apparently, has any] va tt 6LF .
toCLASSIFY I 1
agai ctiv engaged seriously Injured In the storm accurate figures on the amountof ,
SAID ARRESTED and only one or two houses destroyed money Invested In commercial ( t
sales Ind ,aefeice fishing equipment Including

The usmesfflwill Cattle owners an suffered from boats, nets, tackle, etc. but It 456 Flaming Drave'I'

I high water. The majority of all Ry BUSSELL JUT runs Into hundreds of thousands Phone 7175
to now, ft THE pasture areas were covered by of dollars I know one reputable 11
water, and the cattle are grazing commercial fisherman In the l I tAre
MOTs JRCO1les : only on the high spots Baring Georgetown area who alone has r
addttolnal rainfall, and If the Being an ardent sports fisherman more than $50000 Invested In 'I
All aid rvice will water continues to flow as It has I suppose I should laugh Uw business I'm satisfied that Yoija Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC

give ImmedAe. In the past fw days, we should with glee over the plight of the at least $2,000,000 would fall far f fj
receive some relief within the poor commercial fishermen but short of covering the money ? I j'l i i'I

by |ntadin ither next week. Ranchers are cau- knowing some of them person- actually Invested In the Industry
tioned to keep a weather eye for ally and realizing some of their today Instead of trying to break WOW ''I ; f
.d1 Ns war
IF w H .n seed 1.r.w v" !
WilJWile \ or ArthB +ulbur. dt screw worm Infestation and at problems I can't help but sympathize the commercial fisherman, why em" fw >fi>4**< *i M* WHITE CROSS solpoal, n 1
sec the slightest Indication of cattle with them. not give the poor; guy a break 1
getting sick Immediately give They have certainly been taking -- I It .h HM MI,. >Ji>IH bleb: dab> HM b dne M udMlinlt h
Mcior __ .' 1'
them a good cobalt drench 'It on the chin lately l with the t f.I'L i
: Another "must" among ranch '.red tide messing them up on '_ _It loti rPPe.dad u Mekka dlNO t.e.a0 I ,
weld skim by b. MwWW b the scads .e ta.a t
OF OURPOLICY
men at this time Is to provide the Quit Coast and the State A STATEMENT
PHONEXU Inconvenient WHITS S OSPIT"L ..-a..Hb ....""Itt -- 41 I
plenty of mineralized salt fish and Game Department riding ".__ t 4... tit "Ult. ..... .i. mcimrt im tHtmH. j
NO. FED. HIGH Y places so cattle will herd on 'em from TallahasKf .M tea w ...wa
not have to walk too far to get
N b buP 'b ..alda 4wrtvt fma or Sues da. ;;
their salt ration. With the grass Publicity given the "red tide" r Mulder' C t.-d- Wools row "Y' II

soaked In water they are going Just naturally knocked the bottom VM .It Ar l S( it. MM WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL H >. .*. .
to need a tremcndous.amouni out of the fish business as
of salt. far u the Gulf Coast .Is con IP.w/b.H 7. MSol. ...toaI we moo ft ban "
Your lidlel 0-0 In building a some N enwd
cerned. Despite. the fact that yw Nw w. -
Farmers wishing to make health authorities point out that Be of r. ......_ rw.sect on -.MM.r. bwr.w.tberats.
emergency crop loans from Fed- SUp .. .... .. wkb. tb.k -..... ,
fish from uncontaminated waters
t ..I ,-..- eral credit agencies are requested are good to eat, a lot of folks OUR CO/NER L ,.. !I ........... .."... ..- w d _lYe
A. K. GANI to contact this office at their -- --'of' .rswlI a..are.. .a -
e earliest convenience and we still refuse to eat any kind of TONES OODAND. .......... ''

Deputy Prime Minister Can) shall arrange to have a representative seafood ; t. Te u1.41 I .Nt fuMd.pthe- Sw d Ideal Maw ......
of the Indonesian Republic .Is here to interview those Then along came the dame OOD 5055 ,... N _"-
.
2 reported under house arrest at who need aid and Fresh Water Fishy Depart ,.. ease: aea M M... er.r b.ww ewe. brow b Nwbed for
% Batavia Java, In the outbreakof Florida Farm Hour Broadcasts, ment with an order closing Lake NS, OOD yew em rr.The .
warfare between Dutch Okeechobee, the St. Johns River
GainesvilleFrt. :
open Station WRUF, NS RUC- WIN, caotlMpfMTAl/ b nw InwIM MM.fc Iw
C
commercial
troops and Indonesian ,forces. ., Sept. 88: "How Veterinary and Lake Oeorge to H.. Ir..r KM .1 ri -"dick 0.0y. 0. 0..P"..*x iihMn <
and result commercial .. > ow of IMilllim k.i.M Iba This
I'er Annul Science Has Helped Med- fishing as a 04 c.| < J
T N, A GOODIrfiSUVANCE b..Pka w eves ti eM /.. 0..w..A .w-
icine for Humans.* Dr A. L. fishing In Florida has been p..kw., rmm wTb. e.r..M aka Mly MM .WMI a fcM
on Farm Flash dealt a staggering blow and We PIsx k.meek" u Po."N 0.350.
Shealy I IiII
; .,.
.k I ew yw .Pw stews.
bured SAv 99: Sat.:Sept. 71 Fifteen-minute many fishermen and their families Adulate .1 "Pei wort
program at 12:30.: h are on the verge of starva
Accountting f STUART Mon. Sept. 28: "Some Notes tlonThj, E APP'lt.

The Federah and Los Insurance Corporation fight between sports and
Insures roil lual accounts 5000. Husband SINCE commercial fishermen la an old Kind of ill II t CROSS
In the
ROTARY. CLUB one and both have place
and wife t fully Insured.
may ha] [total of $15C 191sWill. 57UART Nw anin Florida picture and much hooey erase.Phan
First Federal si lings accounts i iI i legal Investments -" / and misinformation has been

for Trust Funds, 1 I well M Funds eld by Guardians, F cti. W.dgd.dAUwusaar..ld.n.4Ta1t1a. dished out by both sld!s. i.0. Arcade
Administrators a] Executors.Pallor r Personally I don't agree with 2IO Cnlral AmJ| Peesnbkeg/ PIMM I1-fl lWfesa

NARaie LOwcaviL of the rabid sport fishermen .
....erS some
Writ! whq blame; the commercial



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I : C V : fa IF liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii; and shower Ourlrtt said many I DIRECTS TEST IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI Mrs Casey Andrews left Saturday Mr and Mrs R Raj) and Kathleen, of Salerno- -visited---Sunday at the church kmturtrs

L' \ I t NEWS OF features providing comfortable for Kara Oa, to visit her daughter Susanna and Mrs. afternoon with Mr and Mrs P. m. a

I; living will be emphasized Yard SALERNO NEWS daughter Mrs Qlynn Gardner, Rays 'father J. P. Snooks of Jessie Griffin Fred Brownlee 1

j,.: : Ii Indian River Drive Improvements! also will be made! toy and Mr. Gardner Georgia\ visited and had dinner UN Acr.vmEs7i r7 tl
11 By MRS O D. QUIGLEYIIIIIIII1IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIII Mr and Mrs John D Stevenson and son, Joe Ellis! had Sunday IB
., with Mr and Mrs Jessie Griffin -
I I and daughter Kathleen and dinner
By VIVA CLARKiiiHiiimimiimiiiimiiHitiiiHiiiiim CONWAY : with them.
PROPERTY
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'\ Mr, and Mrs O D. Quigley motored Friday They went! on to Flushing Meadowi .
'
|
I' BUNG; IMPROVED The home demonstration club inter Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Austls
will
Miami where Susanna
The
to Hobe Sound Sunday United
NatioN .r
'\ i j \: Mrs. L. D. McElfresh and eon Another focal point In typical met at the Southern Methodist: Mr and Mrs. W. M. Marr and a private school. Mr. and Mrs. and children of West Palm the air li
12
4'I .1 'j'' .I t\. 't Jack, ''of Jensen Beach were American thrift Ia the remodeling Church Monday afternoon at 1, Mr and Mrs.Jim Marr and child- Ray are expetced to visit here Beach former! residents of Hobe hours tdjjta"the .

1 guests /Sunday of Mr. and Mrs of a garage building on the Mrs George Osborn, president' ,i ren of Hobe Sound motored to a few days before returning to Sound visited here Friday; news of the Qenna i
In
bly 11
I I ;, Harvey Merwin Another vUilol. John Conway property .In An- e presided Mrs. John Stevenson Wauchula last week to visit Mrd.Mare's Georgia Ray returned recently Then will be languages to lisa
11 ) D. a choir rehearsal all
over the
I,: I J In the Merwin home was Mrs father Mr Carraway.Mrs from Guam. Mrs, Ray taught world
r will lea-
kona This building
'. J :. Paul Kelley of the North Fork, was elected'secretary.Miss! Callle Tomllnson and school here last year ----.I .
lure three rooms, kitchenetteand Luclle Inscoe gave a talk on tht daughter,Mrs.Juanita Boyd and Coast Guard Lt U j,g.>and Mrs.B. es.nsssaaaats. ::: --

," I ,:3; I Mrs N D. Mi:Cue and son,' shower bath 'Small structures food value of guavas. She stated son, James Allen, of Avon Park I W, Rinehart of Kansas I City
1" : \ 1 Robert and Mrs D Cooper of seem to be the forward that guavas were! 10 times higher are visiting Mr and Mrs A. J. are visiting! Mrs. Rinehart parents TRY R NEW
I ':tI t\ Chicago arrived In Edenlawn march of America to day Mr.' In vitamin C than oranges and DeLoach and Mrs. Ella Prescott Mr and Mrs Byrd Pullum,
: \, : i Sunday for a short visit with Conway said I they come In a time when citrus this week. Mrs Tomllnson Is a Jupiter Island Lt. Rinehart d
''j V'1' i Mr*. McCues bl'l ht.'r. Arthur Is scarce sister of Prescott, will leave tomorrow morning 1
r w ,, '>i \ Phillips, before leaving far Winter \ A D. Merwin; of Edenlawn and! At the close of the talk she Robert Severson has returnedto Rinehart will remain for'an ex- M4ttVELSAND
I ,1 1 I :.JI" where Robert I Ia registered -, Albert Backus of Fort Pierce, gave a demonstration of guava his home on Jupiter Island after tended visit\ with her parents
I i '. : II, "iff'l In Rollins College. Robert,i who were vacationing In Key I upside down iakas guavapunch a (justness trip to Nw York. S Mr and Mrs LockharJ and son
l i' I 'h' 17. la a pilot and has made many West were obliged to: t put: their delicious.Those Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Griffin and "Butch,* of Stuart Mr and Mrs
f ,4; i' 4 trips here In his\ awn plane: visit short on account of ,last ?ail. present! were Mrs Harvey family and Mrs, W. D. Griffin 0, D Quigley, and Mr. and Mrs ICII

i I' i ,f< I,:. \ landing at Witham Field Stuart weeks storm Vacation clothes Homlar, Mrs Jack: Saunderson, have. returned from Plerson J D Stevenson and, daughter, BREApL
It, 1 --"-- wire! thrown quickly aside In Mrs. Bobby Thompson, Mrs. where they attended the funeral! .
t i OLD WALTON POST OmtF: I preparation for the blow which Stevenson, Mrs. Fred Pedersen, of Mrs Griffins father! Frank 17eir
/ I is BUNG REMODEL: hit tlWMerwin! properties hard Mrs.Osborn and Mrs. C. D- Qulgi Steadwelser f.p .
(, it\\1i r M Qurlrti of Eldrd, owner! :and where Mr, Merwin, his part. i!yOn Mr. and Mrs C. A. St. Onge Today'silkToday ?.orAA1W111t/IK ii M-CO.f
''j of the old Walton Post Office nor Arthur Phillips and many account of the storm last returned! from Mississippi, They Pro used:
if n' :2 has moved the structure bark Inline helpers worked exhaustively In DR.'IRVING. LANGMVIRDr week Alfred Pedersen left Thurs were to have visited\ there for a
'If.i. with buildings In that area cleaning up the debris so .cars day Instead of Tuesday for Floe week and In 'Mew Orleans for nd Garden Fr ahFRUI
l ,.. ..;'\. and will convert It Into a n\UIf'rn (could crawl l throuGh. Langmulr,noted physicist, ida State! University at Tallahassee several days but due to the "
N 1'r t four-room residence with bath is directing efforts of sclentbts storm they returned home early Pal arvedIn ; S and VE TABLES

/ Mrs Marguerite Oorman of and the U. S. Navy In a planto Mr and Mrs. Alton Powell! and Charles Dtekenhofl arrived Ma in County'
/t : ; { CHURCH New York was a luncheon guestof attack the next tropical sons Lloyd and Dalton of In- here Wednesday Mrs. Dicken- GreenCABBAGI Lb. !licous! Western
< ', Mr and Mrs, Leland Hub- dlantown called on Mr, and Mrs hoff Is expected later this week<< Firm
JM 1 bard Monday The Hubbards storm off the southeastern J, L TerrySunday, The Rev, and Mrs Lynn have Darat S Dairy _5c king 2U(
: ': DIRECTORY having given painstaking care shore. of the United States In Miss Betty Ann Ward of Or- returned from Miami where they! IPPLES 23(
,! ill ,'i,4J home In Wal the role of hurricane busters. lando returned home Thursday be '
to remodeling a went to with their daughter P. o. Box 042 Stuart Seedless or' TftayGRAPES
I, ,t r ; l 1'+" Purr. BAPTIST.... Lon (that they purchased last after a short visit here with Miss Jane during the storm. I : lOc alf..360s ;
t 410' S Akron A> *.
t REV PHIL "A>W"1.1. r.ltor year were aghast after their Leonard motored down by taxi Margaret Blanton Miss Ward ..EMONSRipe .21l
1 1 4 '-, ) I IIA1 1 <. a.w laday Mr Inl Nrhwl Wnr:: +h11.NY0 what It did to them, The from Titusville and remained in college Juicy 2 Ibs FIRM RIPE 7-
I. ,I ,I ", ... p m 1.. .,,,,,,. I '''''"., roof Is off and walls are bulgIng over the week end. Arriving they Miss Margaret Blanton left MARKET Bartlett Peirs 31c
1 i'", ,,, A: nuwrr w I'.ta"BtalnU nlor W."h"...d. .IB 'th. rhurckIIH and split, Wafr. water found the Lennard home filled yesterday for Florida State University iNTRAL TOMATOES[
fur d. can or .hUd,.. dunni In Tallahassee to
I : "i tA..rvkw, everywhere but \pot a drop to With everybody lending a hand continue SWEET
11, j. drink her college studies which Mb,
I .aimaari ...... were! making themselves MEAT /
comfortable
;f, has i > 0 01 MId k P >y""r unln.JPi she will finish this school year / POTATlES 2 33c
Y In this well-known Aubrey Bennett and Fred c .
\ ; FIRST BAPTIST Mr and Mrs,Ruben T John- GROCERIES

I. ,", 1: I The a.r. w.s.lnn.k 11..1. ...,1.,.. ston returned Monday evening storm-proof center Many of Davis, of Hahlra. Oa, are here IODUCE and f Long Island While
I i.. : w. sundry! Nrhrnd from a two-week visit to the Interior those gathering there had tested visiting Aubrey's sister, Mrs E
: 'j' rk 7Y; .. .... I A T c.. .,err: hunl.rl'AunA A. DeLoach, and Mr DcLoach COURTEOUS SERVICE 3 5 10 Lk
of the State and with theirlion Ibs _
.
.elln. 10'' ,1 Ind NnnYI Its strength before and the
,f : t Ib I inn .Yee nalp. and wife. Mr, and Mrs., George Alfred ,Jacobs returned CONVEriENTLY POTATOES .41cmmm
friendliness of these old settlers. LOCATED
YI last week after spending the
Orlando *mfm
II II' { CHURCH Arbor Johnston In 5
d1 'i, THE 0'
COD Win everybody lending hand summer In New A its P Grade
and other
a /
I Jersey
i
; I Port & .NIRn. 2nd and Alton Jo BrooksGROCERYSPElClALS
,t I ,', ( i ...." W. F. Ben., h.b0 Mrs H S Bond of Fort Pierce meals! were prepared and served! points in the North. No.SPINACH Vg Sultana Hlvs. sop ,
< I ... .
Cb..h .a. 10 A. II.II'
No. 1 loiAPRICOTS
..... ... with a flutter of satisfactionthat \
'. i Munn1 .bil. II was a visitor last Friday of Mrs .
/ t .j.1, lu..., Hi.b S'IS Minnie Taylor In Walton everyone had a good time ., C 20c,
,
v FNdn (oj.b' YI'1o:. TaS
II' b
\ __ Instead bf worrying about the .
A &P Concord
II t ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Mr and Mrs Sidney Cain roof floating off I Daily 'No, I ICu

II, f' r; ( .uJIOTClr.PAKY I.K
r t. J1 T' 1 .. N..w.. .....woo...... .DiM...1 '.."r.o,h.I. .hd II Saturday with Mr and Mrs. John RAY SAHLBERG ENTERS
'. I i wwY U.r1 .. m Roenbeck In Ankona.Mr and FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
I I t1i r." C.pM.bw Ylnt rnl.r"" BaW4p.f raA 4....nth to h 0 r'10 r .af.I.WM .w/. Mrs. Cain are building a winter Ray Sahlberg who with his Nabisco Pure. Vegetable
I : 4w. home In Palm Beach parents, Mr. and Mrs George! WHEAT TI S
....- NJu.lw" "I.n clash 1 sn4 /
of 1 DEXO
I. I It.. .. Sahlberg Hoboken were Jen-
I 11'' IFNNARD 1 HOME HAS sen Beach visitors last winter on 12-oz. pkg. ....... 21c:

I ''I t) t'IKOPALSERVICU lit Writ Tkird SlraalSU HIHRICANE GUESTS board their! yacht Kayo, has entered TOMATOES 2 Beans 25> Triscuit 1-lTb. 3S
'lll '' can
o.
I I, "j t'/ M.rraIV Worried 'bow the hurricane Fordnam vnl r"ty. Sahl .
I 1 1. M. .
phllN MA
| ftrclor WAFFER
1 'l + sn.In.I would effect his parents, Mr. and berg just had graduated from I 3-fb.
,'oj: A 1 : I;it f\ IAI A,: X..' Hair Cl"mm''wiiont Mr<. W. H. Lennard of Walton high school when his educationwas Pkg. ..Ml7c can J7c
I M ftiuroh I
i t :41 A S.h..I.
y 'J,( at m: A M. FAN Huiulur In .o.h Ifton''" Mr, and Mrs George Sawyer! Interrupted by the war HILLS BROS CUBS all Chunk .
!)j i, .
A ,J II, Oth.r Hut CmiaiunlonriRST M"rnlh' WHITE HOUSE ifktlETENEDCONDENSEiyiLK
.unMY. Prnrrr.r
J r Ii, P. N, Y..ns. ......,,1\". MwIInY., COFFEE:: 49c PINWfiPLEI4 45cALL
,,:;." W ,>> ALL' SAINTS SALES See Us For .._. .. ...... r: 20c
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tit ,j \ : TAIr4 'ia..h: : ) BRANDS ., --
Ru.dn
Ioooh'h.' A Repairs and
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d i, III Ii" ; 1:11: A. N HIp.: euwlwumnn

f J :, ,: METHODIST CHURCH SERVICE Parts TALL MILK JY2 o
III Writ and St cans 23/ ASPARAGllJPEARS ,2 37
It" W, C. Aldrrff., '. .,
T.C :
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I Y ":I Ia.III: F 0 w...r"IH.Y""hK W".hlo'.Pwa.", '. 'Is.,I',.1I..h.IIuVn,.." RICHLAND CREAM STYLE DIXIE ( WSTAL .-Purt Can. IONA ANN PAGE

1 i' !1 i.l.I. 1," : "1'' xw.I//cd/ N.l I t.H.ar.wve Ih I ,i'h'; ,.hlldwn, Il I\\Inj '. St. Lucie Boulevard 142-W CORN 2 L2 29c sue 5 5Ib. 49cPURE I TOMATO I
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w.dnwdn.IIII w. MII'k "rule .
I ,\\1 'i I. 11 I t rr YINI.S,..iII .nrnlYl AarIY NYIrSMI VEGETABLE SHORTENING No. 2 Can c
I : 'I :" .11 I"'..':_:: "" .. 1 lb. Cello Bag 1St
46-oz. Can .2
I FIRST PIED VTFRIAN c
1 "d ', I. ,IM. 110'....:. Clu'CHURCH SPRY 3 lb. carf ..1.
$1.19
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MEATSSwift's
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: : j 11.11 .chw. w:I' wuwAlp Nn. Aur 1.rrY.r.wd.an Wnnun'Nro'I.: .I; V-8 VEGETABLE JUICE I CH YELLOW Bone Ls VEAl Uan Beef


I'I"';I r'' ,'t t! l'I'' U.1.COMMUNITY JENSEN i CHURCH ACHf' ANTHONY'S ECClTjMY GROCERY COCKTAIL 2 .'_ 27cMItf I F EST E n5? 21c ROAST 5 : RIBS 45c

1 Pa1wI i ..., H H. Jan
Bads IMAwI. 1A ... TOMATO Slab
\ iA' ., .1. OSCEOLA CUT GREEN Uan Smoked
desires to acknowklfte gratefully the U. S. Good f by B.ef I

I si IBLB UNION P.I.CONGREGATIONAL city BEANS 2 N r_.. .. 29c JaW2.tr19c J 2 RIB or SIRI0IN LbJSTEAKI71G BACON 63

.. .. of vmpathy
,
Tka. Kt Walaca Urn i>ai r many expressions we have
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I S 11 w. tundra BeA.NI'l '
I I'l' i IJ:d1. Bonlnl WonMs. OSCEOLA 4ERICAN
received It is our'if\\1. to carry on. Herman's Orange
PRESBYTEHIAN! COMMUNITY BLACKBERRIES r23c IARDINES1Market U'
3ta't'' SkinlessFRYERITlclWEINERS
CHURCH
NoM ...... 12YzC
it VI.'IohK' Yatnn '
I ? ''. 1* .. B. lundail School.. The policies of th floie were established 431
/, II .. .. Moralm ....bi.. ,

,' 5.1 CHRISTIAN 'iV'tgfSOCiETY OF by a man vAa las loved by all

5 II a w.724 CAoreb tam .card e1.M ; cials Marvelous Mids :Lrge. PI
.::. .nrlr..1CHURCHES :' and whatever mefturelof success this ppe DUI

0' CHRIST, SCIENTISt DREFT .. "_ _3

''I I t ..."..Jt....ALI'I'Y"..K.... I. ",IM.hChttrrlM 0111.ub"bo ,of....I,the.,In. business has achiqfed 'is due entirely to RAFTS Tenderixed Shanklesa Camay' t Sm. pkg. ,12c
I r' of IhI.I' SsI.IMS,. thrtk "........ f
I .. world on M I..h leadership We .
4 ? I Th. loM.Tr{ .t I I., A. r.f .. 'I5,5. hi. nan. PICNIC HAMS 9 I :
I A .+ i rl way l Ia iiM-fvrt: the wtird of, the. !Lord I. to lb. lb. 591
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r h l h < hurlil .1 all tM. IAN Posfs Grjienuia Pk CRISCO
t trait In him", (Pnl.. )I',.0... come after will fndertaie to' continue

'' I .....b j_,........,.h...,..11&110... I. 'h.. whi.k'.Iln.lnu r.wl oral.I.. SWIFTS PREMIUM BEEF ROUN FLAKsR 12-oz....18 _31c
t.: ho* man. .fekthy .. ... those same policjbs, to Arry the same ?. Mb. can
,. la wladom kaat thou mad Betty Cr Pkg
1 { tbra alll tha aartli la roll I of thy rirli fir 'L laOb.janLPeanut
I y Tha lltrj at Hit Lard hall anil.... high grade me h'andise and to treat STEAK / lib. 85/ PEA UP 4-oz1
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q i' SP lac ...r: sir Lard iikall "lolcr la kworka" Patch
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(iraalna I01K4. ID} -.a1

,II C t '011..1.Tha Lr. ..aea'flrMaii.......,. few. thf a'an' ('h,fnnrPii r.......] ttfl* our customers : personal friends. PICK Pfch Sw ..tJarl PEANUT
1 41 ... CHUCK 1' I
I 1r a laataaok" Hrlrara. anil Hrallk wl DAv S, ."
t I a.I' t.tethers" kr Man R.A.rit

A,v, ,, ,, Ld4r:"Tha Ikraa. lrn/ew1lM..... ...af .N.IHf......,, For Easl .
.wnfrotaw wnflrw .ni. ROAST Cleaning Pkf.SPIClc BUTTER
I Y 1 tl'j' .ae._...,... _........ ." pnnr NeLnM, filllndM ..III / |b. .59x SPAN ...,.19c
I r ::; Ika lallof : ..:"r7rW 32c
I aatual. Tkaaa iurll.l4Y.rltk.. ravaayrlmrval lb jar
'' ...tolo.... M...aa .lha. radiant raallliat FRESH Tf t 1111 ZO-MulfTeam Pkg. lb. jar.
I t' Cod .10. la h 5h all tkat Hi
kaa mad la .........4 kr Hla .....h.. BOR|X, 2Ib..L28o
toad uelilllIM. d Med.
CHOPPED EEF
.45, Cleans million thing*

OA |TE, pkg. .,. lOc FLDU

.ANTHOMY'SEconomy s&

f' The Complete Food StoreCROMER'S PLU Easy t us.1TE.can..2Oc' 1 lb.brag bag$1.01

THE OST CO ETEP.ETAIL

WH LESALEQ f II MEABPR

rocery MARKET

rarer"TO m.n stoat

THE PALM B S HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPEjtATEDMl W. DEtlYER I\IOM H .r 111 i

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THE ITTAXT NEWS MART JUrtla Crusty FLORIDA, THTRSDAT SEPT, 15. 1MTT PAGI'nn'(

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AIR STATION! pective lessee to complete necessary CONVENTION REMINDER

!BE Navy LEASED ha extended the Proposals detail of for their the lean bids ot all New Motorist Financial ResponsibilityLaw Tampa, Sept. 25 (FNS COMMERCIAL afid AERIAL

by which bid for lease ofr or portions of the air station by Reminding Florida Congress of PHOTOS

t portion of the Naval &..Iron Individuals, companies or gotrnmetital Explained in Parent and Teachers members
Banana River, must unit currently are Simple Language that the annual convention of PHO GRAPHS Win/ HELP YOU MAKE THAT
the will be held In
organization SALE
the commanding officer being accepted by the Navy Department /
,
St. Petersburg Nor .-.. Mrs J. pR PT EFFICl/Nt GUARANTEED i
SERVICE
ie Naval air station, to 11 .Lease proposals should By ALIEN MORRIS ,
I, 1941 The date had be addressed to the CommandIng LIGHTNING BOLT DAMAGES BRIDGE Floyd Griffin Tampa president
, tt Kov.at Oct. U but 'was Officer, Naval Air Station-, the Tallahassee ABC of Florida 8-pt 25 Here I -....-,.- .. urged that resolutions Intendedfor rOUTANT
new motorist consideration at this convention *
to enable Banana
red In order pros River. S
---- financial ,respOnsibility bg submitted In advance
law: fO that proper time will be allowed -: MMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY ;'

A-This law doesn't affect you for study by the resolutions K car Bldgd .-/ hone 324-Next To Western Union
International Sterling until you have had (after Oct. committee_ 1
11 an accident causing property
Bulova Watches 'damage of $50 pr more or In-
jury or death to a person. Past
speaks and Woods Art Carved accidents don't count against FOR SALE OUR NTIRE STOCK '

ant Wedding Rings you I
Diamonds
B-After this first accident has AT GREA Y DUCED PRICES

C.\& E: WALKER recurred, you because must of show your carskvnness your- prt THIS SALE INCLU ES LL OF OUR FIXTURES ''j a I

ability to pay the damages should
I AND LEASE R SFER IF DESIRED '
Jewelers cause second
you, a accident j
SCEOLA AVE1 / STUART C-That ability to pay may be '
demonstrated either by poss-ss- FERGUSON DRESS SHOP i'i'It
Ing a casualty Insurance policyor k I

In /a number of less common LYRIC THEATER BLDG. STUART, FLA. }

Abstract Service ways, ,r t'
; t't
Its not A compulsory Insurance
law, If you don have Insurance -t
ROMPTNE* ACCURACY COURTESY / now, you need not buya
policy-or do anything else-.

\bstractnd\ Ti l le Insurance Co., Inc. I until That you accident causs a will collision.bring you Dependable InstaBation f

,for the first time to the atten-
*
of Ion of the authorttlf concerned And Quick RepafBervce! !

1 STUAlhV FLORIDA with administering this law 81f\
Every accident must be report. A year-old woman was allied and three other persons 'in. .
) Victory Arc id a | Frank Quisenberry, Pres. ed by official Investigators -- 'lured when they were flipped Into the water after a bolt of lightning
highway patrolmen deputysheriffs chewed off e, II foot concrete section of the Broad Street ALSO
policemen and othersto -
the,State Insurance Commissioner bridge ever the Scloto River In downtown Columbus, Ohio. The Complete stock of ball 00 fixture. ,
here (Thats another bridge was opened to traffic after the rubble was cleared ; Complete Line of PluJbbinJ Supplies

iRTIIN COUNTY title for State Treasurer J, Edwin IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


WEI1L (DRILLERS following Those Larson.reports information) will contain; dat and the Notes of Interest To VeteransGeorge VOLLRATHP1IJMBING SERVICE I


W i* Dllled[ Cleaned, Etc. place of the accident, owners or H. Moor '\'. A. Contact Officer 212 AKRON AVE. ONE 265 STUART, FLA, j jt
operators Involved, extent of
Have Your \fork IDone By A Licensed Driller damage and-this Is the lawi At office of H. R JLowery Jr Fort Pierce Headquarters t
1 to 4 p. m. Monday. 105 Atlantic Jive. 'I
language-"If determInable, the .,
.. -- -
pfmpt Service Individual at fault. giinlIIIIIiiuhioium111111lunllolllluurllnnnnuununnuunwuuuu..uul I l. 1 1

hone 107-X-J 1 I 310 East Fourth St. If slrable, Uv commissionermay School bells will ring this A.-Flrst of all, check with
call for additional reports month for thousands of veterans JUST RECEIVED
school officials to see if
they SUPPttr ASBESTOS SHINGLES
[H RLES MAYES from the drivers returning to colleges and
'
"All reports shall be made universities for an education under have forwarded all necessary l
without prejudice and shall be the Servicemen Readjustment papers to the VA reglonoj l office Phone
for the confidential use of State Act. Here are the answersto VA cannot pay subsistence '
officials" continues the law, "No oft-asked questions of Inter until students han been certified -
3551PAINTS
such report shall be lacrd aS evidence est to
veterans in an education.
LOTS ICfc PENSIONERS by the educational institution '
In any trial arising.out of al status: I
." they are attending If all
an accident
i to $200 Q.-I am enrolling In college
out have been sent In, see the
PRIVILEGES The commissioner singles this 3-ptember When may I papers I
WATERFlfNT the negligent driver-or driven expect my first subsistence VA training officer A training

Pavement and S alkstin front of every lot. from these reports and. notifies check shortly after Oct., 1. If the officer Is stationed at all larger i' HARDWARE i't
th State's public Safety and! A.-If your classes begin before universities and visit smaller
SASH
DOORSPLASTFR f ;
See Motor Vehicle Departments &'pt. 20. you may expect a schools at regular Intervals
driver not satisfied with the commissioner check: shortly after Oct, 1. Of the ,
's finding may go to I' school, term does not begin until Q.-Should I write the VA regional g CEMENT
0 K BIN any court judge for a review.) !' Sept. 20 or later, you will not office If my check is late? FLOORING ,
The Public Safety Department get a check until shortly,aft=r A--The training officer usually SIDING
/suspends the driving license/ Of NOT 1, The check you get earlyIn can help you far more thana
.the motorist and the Motor November will Include your letter will However. If you
I Vehicle Deparment will not renew October subsistence plus the do write, be sure and Include full Hobe Sound Lumber ife Supply Co. Inc
the license of the vehicle amount due. you for the few days Identification Including the *
1 Itself, at Uu end of the license ''youAferfflh' school during September name or the 'Institution and
rter year. your "c" number. If you have
> ., Both of these actions may be transferred from another
staved off, however,by doing any 'Q.-Is It true that VA has suggested school, list the name of the in-
one of five things: that all student veterans stltutlpn\ last att'nded If you
Paint &
|Body Shop -Obtaining a liability policy prepared to meet their own have changed your address.
covering damages of $5000 for expenses for the first six weeks notify the VA in writing of your

(OverA\* P 2nd Floor) bodily injury or death of'one A.-That is correct. Many veterans 1 Correct address.SCRSiSTENCE .
,
person; $10000 for Injury or do not' understand that j
SPECIALIZING N UPHOLSTERING death of two or more persons:! ,I subsistence! is not paid until the : ASSURED
Auto PamtiiA. Metal Work and $1,000 for property loss close of each month. A veteran I Veterans In Institutional farm
Custom-made Slijjfcovers .* Sport Top Displaying a surety bond beginning school Oct. 1 Is not I training under the OI Bill will
written by a company authorised entitled to any subsistence before continue to get full subsistence
to do business In Florida and Nov 1. under provisions of a law enacted
for the same amounts as the liability I by the recently adjourned ....
policy Q..a-What can I do if my check Congress. the Veterans Administration -
TILTON'S SEHr'ICE STATION Depositing with the State does not come when due? reported today
,
Treasurer $10,000 In cash or -- -
marketable securities.4Poss'ssing GS41ALs
at least $40,000 Waterfront Properties
of "unencumbered net worth."
;5
Presenting a, policy voluntarily Along the Indian and St. Lucie Fivers and Hobe Sound
JENSEN 3EACH acquired prior to the accident Ocean Frontage All 101111 CIURHP161A
and affording protection ACTION -.J
equal to the law'* requirements 3 LIZ
for a policy subsequently! obtained b
"ill grease and spray t undercarriage of your .

car to stoifiAat rust. Until the lime comes for renewal -
of the tag of the ".us. 'i o 4 rROval

pended" vehicle persons other s
than the suspended driver may 2o'
continue to operate the machine'
Bonaflde sal of the machinewill
LOWERS For OCCASIONS Clear Its registration. Action 1 "Nr' It 1811 WANT 11
will be taken against the vehicle,I
CORSAcisft FLOWERS evn If not owner-driven at the'
OUQUETS CUT
Urns of the accident so long as ,
FLORAL ARRWCXMENTS the car or truck was being used a ,,ece wt
AND (
his permission r SOUNDPWO"(4m
with
) CERAMICSSMITH'S
DOMESTIC and IMPORTO
If any one of the five "outs"
have been taken, the suspension
FLORAH&fclFT SHOP of the license and tag will Be

FIOVvlRS lifted-conditionally. the & CMC'Postwar Cab '-' I
See /
WE WIRE That condition Is the continuance a/ ( w --
reade 5th Phone 310-J of the financial responsibility
BIdf, St., Ft. Pis*e v
proof of which must be pre- There' no truck cab the road that can surpass

sented when the driving licenseor a new light-medium ty CMC in advanced fea-
vehicle registration are renewed -
annually Tin legend turea. See what'bee one to add to the comfort. ,

MOTOY: "restricted" will be stamped. on ans of truck riding. Look t'*been done to take the

ULF.FLEX'LUBRICATION both to assure this \,.... work out of truck dri g. There'. more rooml-
Persona from most of the 40
SWAYS SQUEAL. A -Y other Stat requiting motoristresponsibility has than driver haY ver,known before. The

Car Lubricated While I li SwalLig' Motion will be affected o fresh air ventilation *yIn m Is'the equal of that sac's ..w ..r, k hook eh w a .
AtNoExtrlCoil through reciprocity agreementsIn n the finest passenger a These new light and '"v9101086-0 urns eyst
Pane w b"Mae N else evoik Me. I
the same manner as Floridians 9 et medium duty CMC gi much more for
you
Drop In and See Hbr YArself for accident In this State and
This Sensational CreAng Floridians will bed bound too for your money,in comfort and'conyenlence..,And, ,
MjUiod mishap elsewhere they give you more In look ,. .in safety ..

tuart Servic Station Driver who have a record of in dependable performan' 6.;k. in rugged eon. axe a-
being poor Insurance risks will Itructlon end extra value thej through I
'alter Rein 1' Phone 9144SCOTCHLIT not be deprived of protection because ill way
of this, although they maybe
required! to pay more for coverage ;,
The law compels insurance ,no rust .
companies on a rotation Listings otflmproved and Un proved Properties 01 "'III" g.n..u?#
bull, to write these policies '
Martin .AIOI.INI
State Treasurer Larson em Throughout ounbyA Now IONIC seeks t...,. et.a wenee -
Duelist
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be lre.y'bmwet..Y do t..e.e
phasising tile point that driver ZAGS -I.RANCHES I sh" Foe -.. ......ta" ...
bring themselves under the law
SIGNS: by highway negligence, say Investigation aB'i Point River-to-1111 rreeertle rMAC ,... ** Pl.. AMTM *.. ./ *. (MM.* .AwMfc a.... .
has shown' 'a small 6"
ITE minority of dangerous. Irresponsible Jniter Island Oe a-U-So ndlEsUU* Sltee '
THEY SHINE AT WI driver I II causing most of WILEY MOTOR G0.rN. :

our accidents. C. B. ARB AST
CHARLES BO WELL "Those who endanger the person ,

INS BLDG-f t PHONE 03-M after*and must property be able of other to pay here for EeeJ Estate WATERFRONT PROPER [S ,_seesaw Federal Highway Stuart. Florid\.

their recklessness," he ***ertd. M

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( TWELVE THE ETOART mw, SroUT, MarUa Ceua&1 rt FLORIDA, THURSDAYbxP'P.. 25, len

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1 : Americana Japanese prison' ('*" A Qlten. is farhird. A... CII.... Rkk-1. A. 01"0. II ae t.' I...- HNY ..... hi n>rui. i. u r ..,-*. ,.. ,..hIa_ Rod bs..lo.0a fU". .
I' I..kn W M"k I I.. Oin T Kc....d.H. ., boot Ines.I' LEAS: Per R..R Ballast. _... wbdrkiM d
d i camps and delivering them to, SATISFACTION OP MORTGAGE .., .... to ......_ P-t4... I... .
t L I Florida I H.... I. AwlnmUl' u EUlm, K.. ...110( tot. t, III... 1, fen' It .r ISN
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V' the Jape for torture and death, I I. ... M J ..>k MNk.*. t..b.: H. C... u ... L.4. 5.05.1 .
JJ. NKMIM 01 M to fit Juno 11'01, I CenMn,. JUDGMENT LIENM .oIdl..... .. bulldl.I for htba
HISS f 'was, cleared tTl I of thy charge 1'1.1. A. GIf. A. DIEM, I. CfiMUnt *". R, oplnMe.EUILDINII -ES, anlLTWAS
... T I'taSJ.. .. .. ,. Abr..tI.N .. ....... "tSr .ri. Uwmr Kltrt.l./ .kdl.U
: Ferris Wheel R< I! eI lo H r> GKlUlK D. B.I.I" N -------
\ ; :! We've no patience with witch *, I IMmi M e., Lou II ..<( I Iit, InC
M."h.IIII PERMITS .... 1h fCene.d tl *It'
hunts or brats hunts" but the SATISFACTION or CHATTELKllu.h1 .Id' Real I M n..to l.Mva kulldii.i.
ooItSrrl For 0, T. Morns Kwnta Pub. Sufctllv 5 Cl. k ... ed1 .4 Ih.0. .41. m/
:, By IIORTENSE K. : S i itt fact remains that these men, of ......It c...,MOaTGAGESL 10,1 Iq Nnhea ....... M.. Forh I' ee to ..0.0ne ,..,- .l whose guilt there could be no AGREEMENT -.ka Ina II br 10 tU u !up W vrawirt alrnel Y.a hO.k
I, Upp:rmost In the minds of e the! reasonable doubt were -lthcr acquitted r. N. St ..,...a.. t9 HaM soand CbAt- QUITCLAIMS Ng. 10 r
tt\ IIi P......., It .. I. Nk4. d ltIold..
people all) over tit world is the : \:
r or given a dainty slap on H. llruni.rl-iA. H. Khrl.l.r. .
!, : I1 ,....... ..... .. Pete P.-o to MilW CsMe.A "W Sell the Best"U' M TS nIce the Rest"
j thought of food; not fancy food the wrist It may therefore, confidently !- J IA" Ml > | i N. q.) B. H. Nu.s4.K.. .. North 1I.'hol''".
't ....
''\ just plain Old RriM TI gravy b-' p\'t'dlcted'that Lee< 1-. H. Ao.,,AFFIDAVIT. 4 ,'.. "'II"'R. .....Id II-.ud.L.e to I. ... .i.....
q With the price of ms reaching will receive'' a lib ral 'coat of .."" 8h.rt> to Th. P.hHcu W., .. tlkYnn 'le I r. 11110,. STROMBIERG ARLSON

j J Into the stratosphere and thai whitewash and take his place ,-C.....KrklM N n.ta. Ikr t. '1'10.PublM P., lkKkkue N. F-h.MORTGAGERiehN to GILL-1 .... of
\ 4 of the once lowly porker soaring alongside these two worthies. C. to '1'110 PoAl,t. .. lit u....
"t j" Into the r 1. C. The ,._ H....nl Crane K .. Ie aIA.NA.
,,( brIGht' blue yonder We dont presume to pass ; ::::J.CONTRACT: GII.... Radios & RVfio Phonographs
1 practically all conversation e-rn.< the life or w. trotb/-. FM II..... to aL Cool", Cou.t lI'Ah.
t" ( tlv Judgment on religious ('-,..,. UILD .... I.St Ln..k ('....t, I.0LCHATTEL .
era on all-absorbing tub I i;anlngs of anyone'' and It 'Uposslbl ADMINISTRATORS' DEED MORTGAGE
.'f: 1 jcct of vlttlu *. 'If not probable, that Fl......- T Nmuhn. 1 I.. H .NYra. I P. a. torn .t .. .M ClUMiu Bank .fKtiurl.
i SPECIAL WARRANTY" .
BA E T BROS.
h The problem of how to get the timing Of his announcement Frank t l.rb.h-il e1 .t l to U H. (raw.. LIS PENDENT: .1

prices back to a reasonable level had no connection with his prcsnt EASIMENTI I. A I..... ... "'ra.k II.,... 11
.
; S. Alllft 1A Alnfrfmi TtlvtiovM a.dKNba..nd
SATISFACTION MORTGAGE
L' I ,1 bring advice from practicallyeverybody I .:; predicament but we'll bet a ,,'...,.. ('om..." S'. Lock {'oMle" II..Of. Is Fbrews.. 317 OsceoU Av*. Phone 209
10', H, I...... I. A.nar.a ... ,. .,.. ,
.
/ advice! whl<'It la Ignored plate of our favorlie Spanish: 'TehiAoInd. 1.'..,... I'Om. a. .Ie eooA" auk Fu
,,to'I I I fl, ,:i ed bj> everybody including the I bran soup that nil Oil under his Mn' MURPHY DEED
advls Latent : t.lt, r outbr ak
( comes command who btlicvt In Ithrr aliasS.C.
If-y, \\1 '.* I I. Mf d .. .of "Florid.
>
I j front Senator Robert Tail who I II I his hon'sty of Inlrn Ion. or his W. H. T.lug I,,'.H,.!. : ; : .Is \ I W. H. llm( Hi. H'nt t,Inrtim.H .. .
I I' presently embarked on the piety, could be put in a telephonebooth : JoT,"n 'a WIN.. nf' .'k>,M..
: I 'I 1 : pre-pre lri'mini election big 1 without undue crowding Ik.rk. R. B.r"d <". A......... T.l'' WATERHard
i .
( \ .... '1'... .
I \ game hunt statrd each four I I Wanna bet? JAI W.pk'",..'... .. ""..ryh" ., Klorilu' ,et NOW the RIGHT ModifaFr
1i Y ry'; years by 'ould.be tenants of --_.-. ----- CHATTEL MORTGAGE
\ \ I J' 1600 Pennsylvania Av. On Page I'he.lr U.d",11, M UksLrke CMMIl.nk. : ', IIIaMFM
., 1yyy LARSON TO RUN AGAIN YOUR Figtrt Wtrkl :
1 i 'eft, f t of papers dated Sept 13, he I Il' 3 A Auikon., ui ("U.-. R.ik of S.......
disposes of the matter In two Taliahasse-, Sept 35-State H H. wr. trij: Hunk ft I .huk*., Red Corrosive ScettwamaztnituvVictarEieccapacity direct
,
j '} V Treasurer J Eu"'1\1 Larson has MORTGAGE irk Portable today, Proved bjr and choice of keytwflra
..
//.I wen choo:n words Lea. T '
'. : "Eat Wlll nf Irfil Iff >HA buuiWM and miall
announced hU candidacy for reelection HONORABLE DISCHARGE large its popular price,AiN IvI5 $:
:
of" As a matter of fact Its really I II\ N N..y lo l'.l In I D..vliI For Expert\dvice Cjfluult nigh i tar tarry bunnml troy hand onrriltd modcli. tat

> ", :,'\ '' d 3 not bad advlc as most of IK eat -- -- ._- ------ 8 Amy M 1lHkn; : K WHIUnu, ,Jr to oixTatelast: accurate dc- today lor the VicUx ig SKyppeadobl.vaurufcnyoulsrgs !/
DEED
( ',1', I'' too much for our own physical ..... of For/d.. / I. .1."Ht. II...,. ofF'.r..Iry I l'rovmgTest. .
"! .j welfare However this admonl I I II .nd PI,k. D. F. .
Week's
'j' : : .i.,''I Ion like all other food advice LegalInstruments o L.ASSIGNMENT II' ." ua OF'.to I AGREEMENT A. AMboau, "

'f!1,, y' s. ". will to unheeded by all Includ-I ,. BILL.OP' SALE FORT PIERCE, FEAST A The Stuart News
.
I O t Maseru at > 10 J A An.horn.
\,1\\ Ing fan On another page of the: | EXECUTION OF' MORTGAGE ,
. t. : 1 same \issue bearing Injunction,, W. h f4ttw.y. in .Hi-rioul, Airkuiltiml
OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT
imp '1'HVnra"mn.SUBORDINATION
' o ,' ( 4) to the eating public the 3 natort .I MORTGAGE 0' LIEN COAST WATEfT CONDITIONING CO.

r .'. i .,JlIt: obviously feeling no pain from w. C.': tit. UruUniill< t" f: I. busk.Nuwn II II .Snth<.r/ed t" XM.0 Ilorld...,, PHONE 300 301
I PARTIAL RELEASE fROM MORTGAGE
'' N J,...,.. to'red one. Sal.MR
; j \ the pangs of undernourishment .. L. Fredlk..n. I'. W. K Wknlrr. / 532-W
530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884
I
,, .' V IS shown shoveling ddwn barbecued I A. hi.d YA.NrnrY .... to Kn{ .fwlfiriil. III.... or I d' .
I... ..d 1 Irfxin AumriitloaH .
n\ I! .i: that steak with evident gusto t. H. ,u..n w J. K H'..,. nst 11.,.., (('Ill"' ,WARRANTY'. to AIf..d I. ,.........
Not were criticizing the l A. un.. I. .br..en.rs4Mr I .*l.".' .. -- _._ -
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gusto; If wa could afford steak Inc.G .
PHrdf u. le ('C Lkun.NIlnd
barbecued or otherwise, we'd gQ T !'y-Ion! M DNA r
1 after It too. work -I: He.t h r' Ilnr.ld I .I I P M ,i.h> i .4
Heavy always DOLLARS PATRONIZE
\ NIIt: T".up to Oil.<.,h...Im County

\ calla for extra hearty rations N.nkASSIGNMENT, .... .._ ,..., I ., W -
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and that ( A t. t. ::1
w \e an Idea snagging OF MORTGAGE SPENT IN ', J' HOME FIRMSOFFERING
I delegates will prove quite a I''T J 1 Ureku. I.. ".1... .r t'. J 1I.1.wII I "MARTIN COUNTY
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chore for the Pnd I.m. Wslleo ',.ft e"'-
,i worthy Ohioan. I ....k MARTIN COUNTY YOU
Ii O neral John Lee CO of the QUITCLAIMSI'hiillp
\ l'' '" R wnb.n., et, uo 1. Merlin" lous'y'eN
dlterranean Theater now under "hnlar, N.rku. to .,.o ,1 IUrlds.Nne STAY AT HOME DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES
: I. tire for all:ged mistreatment I' wnpky..' to At.i." ..I 1.,01., BUSINESS
I\ ," John W M...... I. lo. ..f Horlrt.U ..
\, (IC enlisted, personnel, announces Foek 1'.1, Ie, H''.. ..t Utrll
I' that after his return to tills, \vWIo.. Wake, ..4 Walker .o T C. -
Plllmn.
country and discharge from the' .....> J. .NII.MM In L. H. ft,.....
lIlt.:, v Army h- will enter religious h...IK. Ih'...-.... .u> l'. n. 5 rI'bY.uLKMSeo -
I i I i>d Nos'l. I t'. Npk,. ,. I
; ? t : work as a lay worker with the!i WARRANTYinu F COOK'S j TRUEMAN
: l'I I Iplscopal: Church Maybe Its 11.0,4. .Klb...._.. el va a ('el.11. .N, N-.. Quin/f/ s Store I 7'.' Stuart Taxi [ aI MOItB
0.,1. C. el .Ir t9 euuky 11.- SERVICE STATION : Fertilizer
l.AMOIIotJS
Just that we're a lintel descend 1 Len, w d.Pnd .
ant of Doubting Thomas but this: 11x. Walton ot .. t. ..... 11' Me Groceries TAXI i
1 e I I .,- ... TUXEDO New GLORY I
II'I' ;: r ,.s'f pious statement made while : :... H. Kliulrrtl rat .li I. 1I11t.. .N.arll And cozen Foods LUNCH ROOM
I still charged with almost! Inhu ( .nw SERVi E FEEDS FOR Duu
)" R Ad.... tn T.......- Tusher.Henn OMJCETIES. TRAILER PARK '
i man treatment of human beI (i. Kinder' to Hen", A. KI.d..d. NO GIFTS Prompt Dependable AND
': ::1 ; inns has a distinctly fishy odor ((10.,01,I P Suet tu Carl 11. N.0T LEN 'NG LIBRARY ( Beer and Soft Drinks; -- r
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fWiwata. .1 M. fl54
pyl.1 .1( to Msy Phone HAIR
resembling the Red Tld at Its Mrlhror a.d
it, of' M M, ,. John Alton. Jens OILS
/ I I wont Pfcf n Beach \li Miles So of Stuart on Little
I Ell.....U. wh.rn "d..d Nspe. I RT
General Klllian. cQnvi ted of .Hmnm81pkn*-. Fmp-ton. I.... 10 t:. A, Nt.Unre. I STU FEED }
Slwa N P.pe r.0 t.4
I .. Federal No. I
;'i ; jt, ordering and sanctioning the W. III....... N YY to 10_ N.Ito. IN STUART USE ill-Way PHONE 149 130 P1.AGLER AYE. rNON6 a Beauty Shop
l I brutal treatment of 01 prisoner .. .. PHOVE 9131-J ATA> -ITS GULF GASOLINE I I JACK MAkTIN a.
.
II' \.0' II' Iu LA _
w. IRON AW6 P50101
p 1 In England was fined a nomInal ...dw..... Moo.. ,I. Pray. M. nd 110..11I. CHEAPER -

I I sum enlisted i men carrying J..". 1I'k..,. 01 ... '. ('...... ........ ,
h out his orders rrceivd ,
prison
L P A v Uur Io AL .n J 11.,1.
: sentences' ; and Lt. Comd, Lit A N M.nnm. to Tt.mo. ".... ,
.. I F Economy R Ping
I ,. tie accused of Informing on \001.F. Nb.l I. ".I."" I.Io (Ihki.A H'k w torn.W ".,'ke.A GAMBLE PIT( IFORD'SAMP Jensen dw
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;:' ELECTRIC I Uncle and Sheet eta'
: Billy sez. I soft

I HOTP NT J I zed o.Mr Ass, h t'ics'
FOR RENT 7 1
and WEST1 HOUSE C i and Boat' (E.a4a..raM' bp "r I aARRETT RY THEM
: ,, PARTY! LINE ages a.SM.l.: R.p-d.sM :rrtwu.d.l::
APPLIA IES WALL I ... RETAIUSeafood ARE MORI THAN
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EMERSON DIGS ii I'' Pr ro a v It

to, Bait For Sal. What do yon do in your spare A Oe.0 a (R.M41i

i' ILti H WONYI I Electrical Contractor ', JENSEN BEACH time_it 'round In some near h.-ahl.l Tlly sen eae

I r I Next To r. O,Jens* Beach AT COUNTY BRIDGE pub* Till you haY spent your o.. PL Ft -

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final dime BEST THINK IT -
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:' (rt. CANDY LET US S NIAIOUSIES P
n your leisure NOW, with wine, SE ODS
HOME MAD Give Your Cur or Truck r'

t. 1 1ti. } By Box or Poun A Complete Check Up females and song therll come Former'', sssboon J

I Pralines Oivml a time when you'U tee HOW
you
# U'ERIENeF.D ATTrNDAltiTI T M
ALL SEA n, c
r'' t Mexican Cream i AND MICHANICI ODS IN ADD BE MWI rslN
v
spent that leisure
WRONG'Coconut SEA N sTAlw
Kisses r.m .r An El.w w Er

't i KEEP CALLS Butter Crunch OPEN JI4 HOURS DAILY I hav no fight with wine and Open 7 a.m. 118 P'm, SUN S

i t 'I I yd Complete calls ukkly hk BRIEF |ICE CREAM-.COLD DRINl beerused j Saturday. I p. nv. ESTIM p.3 Meta'al
1 ; awes bettor wr c. f you I Standard Oil Co. I proper they rt not

I I I i ', andyoupertylln d r[ Mildred Heath'* I SUPER SERVICE STATION' I r bad but when with WORK WE CLOSE SDAY Sun y au/
II N d 4
I nI SWEETS RALPH P.DIN.; CHANDLER.HLW.e D.s I W fy\ f they interfere results ar" often 'A .0.1w d
Rains 308 Akron P6 /1 w. G Aano
Bldf 4th
i fW hp. SAD! Or, mixed with fas and

-- auto rides '
I they may be DNA.
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r STUART j 'SUNOCO MITE Ten million folks bar' lout the t live because com drank I Fred A tadlofd

PAINT C< till tight F
GAS ,
; I Be sure phon I laced OIL red I
HANG UP Th' time waste In foolish acts will I FILING BINETS Reg
I curaly on hook r sack I PAINTSVARNISH LUBRICANTS you soma day precious be I

1t i cDILRememheron -. off! J I know you'11 laugh, though these me facts BUT YOU JUST l I a Civil ineer'

J the hook I lies up o n elin.. \ ENAMELS Martin County Rep WAIT AND SI b: 1've seen these wutrels. meet the'r fate advice I Tyjts

'1 y they would not heed ADVICE! TIIATS All of
\ GOOD WE ALWAYS i l I
{' i>.i., r..( FENDERSEALUnder
: MURPHY HATE, IF rUN IT MIGHT IMPEDE_ OFFICE SUPPLIES I Land cry/

I Y'pa SHERWUDuPONT MS. Car Coating, + ,..

PRO cn Steam Cleaning J i The Stuart New I Stuart IorldRI
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II G "1 I F. O Arcade Phone r J_: Bo[ 171 -ZllFrd. HI-Wiy Stuart_ ii 'PV..d.v i! Office Supply Dept J JI' Phoo M t'

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4 tour to p.rmll hen ro GIVE OTHERS '

rd thlirturnalth m., V A CHANCE StylrtAutoJfCamp I Bur The Best I I I Get Mile of Wear. r Web'I I I STUART HOME ILDINCS

GENERALELECTRIC REClPTOUR S ERVrCES 1 >

I / I h TIRES torsAUTHOlks Kenneth timmell HIGBWOR' &

DEALER fO*
Mode 'Cottages Appliances Phon/41.W HAM
I R, <. .0. IW..t.kM
4 ti I And ilex Court Kltc%n. Laundry Ii .... a I.. .1 w .. RD
I I ii Cabinet and all small wt i ew' .1kb .. d. SAtB Af\ SERVICE r any k'Ad of Service. General < ntrscfaXL'

When lnolh party on y RENTAL DAY WEEK OR applla eel Radios. and f ?I"' '
I *
w Ilse halon e sensory pleoreleo. I ALL ,nv"i1"lNCE[ C Hm, 3O N t S WRftKER T AN SERVICE NITL l.a sea t Caretak* P. O, 1 111 lb

I .. ,h,1 I e qulckly..o RELEASE MARTI ft COUNTY Ser elsutionFederIlighw.y in\C On Block V j1t
BLA and BAKER wDY awA1u rat l Repair
II E TRIG I O.TVl
'" ill''"sy' Brid
THE LINE IN l oM pw't t.War_ riMM si as Ph 75 i PHONE 9142 etc. City Ri t t

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I Fo NCRETENations, Floors Electric COM an IETEefriftr*. I Ml I For "I FR. IK HALER Men ants


..a Dri *,.. Sidewalks turn "E ICE I S ilb I FILING CABINETS FIND l
No Job Too% wl
Y 8 *, Brick, Drain **rge Or aLIR &
N J CIGARITfLa
le Too S' Bosf H and '
Septic Tank
0'"S,,, uses AMDRoolReVairing S.alt.sl I Cre.a
In Fact HOBE S&INDELECTRK All Type of 111,4r

Evi thin t in Concrete' CO All If ffonstructiokIvmn pe* Of Marin* a Opine tl/ &>

OFFICE SUPPLIES
)UNTILE Dr Mt._ all color oAr*.
'Hobe I Taylor Th Stuart New Phon |141 an Ian'. Th Flu l t' '

i I. L, DECKER t' II Nit SoanctJ71 f.O. Box474\ I louat* Friends|

Bo| PHONE 104-ji Office Supply DptJlh' wan*-. a.* IStuVrt
I SOUTHER SELL TELEPHONE AND COMPANY '36_ Phone 27-W Stuart U&JL Fl*. Ml <

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