The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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3 CIRCULATION Sport Society Editorial ; e '

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Voice of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Lif. 1 1U5g



mmunity to Re-enact Coward PlayTo et lAA/A/ O LOOSfIiUTfMIlES PERMIT COSTS I

Be GivenTomorrow 11AlyAle Th City Commission suddenly- revise\ would have to be readied WILL REPLACE

GAEE tQ decided last night to take actionon for the next meeting. ,
3031Stuart fe : long-proposed l revamping Routine discussion predomlnatcd *-'
oneer Days July slCtlr. : ,,3 TURKfyMedlen of the clt,'*occupational licenses ,,at last night' session for HENDRY AUG. 1 }

? I tax schedule. It will meet at which Commissioner J. L. Cole- __
9 a.m. Monday at city hall to man was absent. Renewal of, r
e y.eI .
: ; SYRIA IRAQ work on the proposal with the Insurance on the city water tank i.
its cowadthree-act; ; I '
pioneer July SO
will .re-enaf days and 31 Noel caw- 01ep 'I
sea D+macusMEIIAHA hope that a schedule can be building and machinery was delayed Hired by County. Road
L paraded, street dances and other entertainment fea edy "Blithe Spirit" will be pre CYPRUS drawn to be Incorporated In an until Monday when the Chief I District MayBe
calculated to enliven the town and at the same time aerated by the Fine Arta Guild at Aleasndna 8+9hddd ordinance that could receive! its commissioners will sit as t Board Killed

|the foundation for a greater how next year around' 8:15: p.m. tomorrow in the audItorIum Saes'C first reading at the commission' of Equalization I tor the third 1 ,
isl of the high school Contrary ,a EI Alamein ,7QANS time. A dozen benches were ordered -
according to Fire Chief Johnnie Mann who July 21 session
4, Arthur Rowell I
SuerOi1DAN county
celebration. I to previous procedure th! "Ceieo Such action ha been contem- moved from the East 4th ,
this "
I.''R" play will be presented One nigh plated by the board for several St. bandshell with three to relocated shop repair foreman, was'
affair: billed' a* Stuart I only t month but without conclusive on St. Lucle Ave., three hired by the County Corn- e
_v Day of 48, I II belroitd Ortll. Walker' Jewelry, Daniel''. tired rehearsal 1 Ia schedule LIBYA move. However', attorney M. O. on the West tat St city dock mission as county road RIL.
by the Stuart Volur- Sundries, Stuart Hardware Coir.] tonight for the cast -of Bevel EGYPT: LUtman pointed out,that to HaveIt and nix adjacent to the Civic nerintendeht' Effective Auff. '
fire\ Department and beN pony the A It P Store Slocum'. ,' which' include Rose Civerki, -r In effect by Sept. 15 when no- Denter. This action was approved 1 at the board's ,
meeting at
) and 40 of Stuart's Chason'i Service Mabel Wltham, Pat Patterson, SAUDI ;
Station Matter
n I' tiers necessarily would go out to 3-1 with Commissioner Paul the s
the benefw I court house Tuesday af Ira ,
for ,
merchant Furniture Company, Coleman John XT. Menninger, EvabellFelnauer to Hoenshel dissenting.
all businessmen/ ordinance
baseball clot / ARABIA ternoon.He I I
sallflshen Home and Auto Supply, Kindred. Mrs, Stewart Springe ---- ---- "" I
iponsortng groups are leai- Superette King's Pure OU sti. and Mr*. Price French.: Director replace A. A. Hendr,. Jr.. '
10 stones unturned to mat tlon Dyer' Dry Goods, The Stuart .! ta C. E. Lane.Admiealon e FHA Girls KIWANIS BOARD who resigned June 4 to take effect :
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Tear's celebration an out New. Martin County Electric I 11'111) 'be 60 cents I a Aug. 2. Any additional duties ''

dim midsummer attraction Company, George' Cafe, form person with no seat reserved. EQUAIORIAfr DHAHRAN that Rowell may assume ) .
will attract hundred of erly the Steak House; Web Ord :i Usher Will be Mr. Menninger, AFRICA from Hendry will be outlined to .
on during the two day it i Ja way Motor, Sallsport Restaurant Margaret Schwab and Betty Kay Attend MeetIn BARS FAVORED him/ at the board' Aug. S meetIng ,, 1
ration. and Lyons Imperial Restaurant :I Dehon. French and H. R, Steff Khartou feq A fm rfMEN ) it was said The board ore
e program will Open July 30 I ens will be intermission hosts. 'ef I dered an Invoice of county equip ,

i it 4 p.m. a huge kiddi A special drawing will be held] Presentation was delayed a wren!!! MissouriJanice BANK PROJECT ment to be taken prior to the I
and doll parade will be in colored: town where free rid by tardy arrival of costumes: U.'Sult' officials( In Europe-nave said llmt. .Mrllutia ((1)i), strategic tart of Rowpli's employment M j

bed under the ponsorhl to the Caravan of Merchandu Other helping with the pre air base lit North Africa is being reopened "because of additionaluipply4wryiiiK ) superintendent .1 I
ttrttel'* Sundries Each kid- are being distributed by Thorns rotation Include Alex Forrest Mila.slul1s'llI After strenuous protest were
itered In the paradewill b Mrs Nellie Fezzonl and Carroll transport flights nccfu\ ry to serve American > Arbogast of Stuart, Despite a 24-5 affirmative vote lodged against the proposed fir I :,
Grocery and the Ouy Davis Ba : ,
Middle East and the air base( at Dhaliran, ((2)), Saudi.
Daniel' Steffen lie State secretary of the Future l at the
nanclng for
ft to one of upe -- F, Ireland on settings by the membership large plan. the Port Sew I Ii
cream sodas, according; to on program and Mr. C. R. Ash Al'llhh.Brilain dix'losed Ibis i.irgef'naosher5 of the 70, Mrs. in Palnliiie, huve moved lo ((31) (In flank Crowe and the District the board
Daniel COUNTY GETS ley. Mrs.W. A. Upplncott Cyprus Diamond of Hobe Sound voted against acceptance of resolved "that "
1 to 6 of and Mrs. C. E. Walker Malta forms flank the West preXI-j unless something is .
ildren from year Pczzonl D-irdanr-lki on tl.o Ewt.yhile. ((4)) a :! on dent of the Stuart chapter and the First Federal SayIngs started there '
urged to enter the parad on properties proposed within 90 days the district will
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their pet dolls, dog, cab. I Jean Arnold of Hobe Sound locachapter and Loan Association campaign be abolished." The board also
i. chicken or what hey FINAL RACINGTAXESMECK PEGRAM historian, returned Mon I II as a project for the club ordered an Immediate! stop In ,
number of prise wll] be Dante ScheduledAt ,NAMED City Building day from the first annual FILL following the club' weekly noon validation proceedings for the .

the various dual!Ice Center they represented Martin Count Friday. to be used for road paving
Parents who want to en- Civic : GOVERNMENTLEAGUE Rate Double* I The convention was held ii; I President Phil Maxwell summarized In the area. A number of residents I H

heir children In the klddl the municipal auditorium. Mia: the board's action by in the area appeared before I
nd doll parade are asked to --- Saturday NightAn Arbogast the only Florida phi saying "it considers) the ban the board and presented a .
their entries at Daniel'''. Tallahassee, July 15. o/P(/ -Th' That of 1947 to be elected for an office was Idea deserving of support by the petition signed by It person '
CHIEF named chairman of the membership Individual members of Kiwanis
rv last of the $13,845,206 derived by; asking the action the board subsequently -
afternoon Informal dance sponsored committee of the sub but not acceptable as a specific:
e of July If the the State from taxes on le"gallzed, : / took.E. .
iber* ball club will play I a racing In Florida during the 1941- by the men teen-age group wIt Jacksonville, July 15. (/P>-" region of Mississippi Alabama club project." During the club''. J. Ward appeared for the I
with one of its most 1mnit .. be given at the Civic Center Jamei W. Pegram was elccte Florlda' postwar building spree, Georgia/ Florida and Puerto meeting H. It. Steffens for a sex:- Jensen Beach Businessmen As- I '
t contender 48 season wa distributed Satur- starting at t p.m. Saturday. president of the Good Government which last year surpassed boor Rico. ond time/ explained in detail the notation asking considerationfor '

T p.m. that day a PIoneer day. Special number will feature League of Martin Count: time records of the mid-20.. The Florida delegates put ota function of the proposed ban six project In that.community
parade will be staged In Comptroller M. Gay mailed the, program drawn up by t I at Ito first official general mem surged forward during the fin medley entitled "Come 1.0< and a secret ballot wu take : (H 6,000-ft. roadway west t' I,
downtown business districtfollowed to Martin County and each of committee of Emerson Kramer. bershlp meeting at the Baptlt half of 1948 unabated Florida" before an audience or I following his remarks to determIne of and parallel to the railroad f fI
later by taxi styli 1 1t the other 66 counties: a check for Joe Smith and Robert Greene Church last Thursday night_ ; Figures compiled here shoe' 2,500. girlS from 45 StatesHawitl the club1 sentiments. Previously from the cutoff road to the St. I
t dance .on the pavemen $1,167.67, which bring the t.otaleach assisted by Mr*. l.,A. Arbogasl Other officers: elected includeD that building permit Issued dui- and Puerton Rico. The; the'' director had discuss Lucie County line road <2) widening ,' ,
ha received to 83667.6'7 Mualc will be furnished by the ] this also gave talk on FHA natlona the Idea as a project but took no I of the at
ml t of the Civic Center. Tillwill : and vld M. Marshall vlce-prcsl ing the first *lx months of I curve the crossing
during the $5,605,733 1 In Night Hawk of Fort Pierce project before the aub-regior action until Friday.C. In the town <3i better
i Include both squar year dent: J. C. Anthony treasurer; year totaled $171,405,297 an a recreation -
round dance, according ton I refreshment will be served. Ad Fred Bentel!, secretary; A. Carl Increase of more than $35,000,00 and, ran a glrl for national sec A. Portef in reporting on I hell <(4'' more lighting facilities II t
who hope this entertain all.The State welfare program ,at mission will be 7} cent a couple Bridge, Jr. WU1I T. Paget and for the corresponding period i)94T I retary. Orchid. lets were flown the board's meeting July ( i iChlsholm'i atI ((5)) beach recreation faculties '
feature will turn out to b i $7.391.922. The remaining $647,- and $1 ..tal.H. the Rev. Phil Maxwell, director in from :Hawaii and presented < \ said D. M. Marsha and let' proper directUMUti. -

ular hoe-down. 000 wa spent by the State Rac. for three-year terms; Josepl If the first six months' pac the past' and. *newly-elected't o.f.j I And D. B. Irons were' named aa. ..sinhand'near. ) -the .
e feature of Slit parade wM I big Commission In upervloio' H. S KELLY Brocks: Erf ArBurgtai antf Dr. holds,'(he'1943 total will'surpaj Been. f--T ?r-- committee: to *tudy posslble( Incorporation town. ss:,
action devoted W the oldest, track or wa paid to the genera C. A. Carrlel! director for two" last year' 288000000. Mill Arb 0 g e s t represented a* a club and urge curiagt la town. Maine! fund which take a J per pen! year terms, C. Lee*. Stuart much In step with the Florida for the national ;naga-I I filing of seven delinquent com- of Arthur H. Ryan'* 1 .
turn. Store i* offering one'' handling charge. Liam A. Smith I ,dJ I1A8.. spree, ranks among the t.op line Teen Time and was presented : mlttee report for June. He laid lease on' 100 ft. of the county
the major DIES AT 54 director, Increase a wallet by Swift and I the treasurer reported $550.40 1 In dock In Beach I.
new modern even-wa; I Racing taxes only eon and John W. Keller cities in the State for Jensen when it
lamp a* a prize to the Stats revenue source to fall off for .one-year term which will over 1047 from a percentag Company. The girls were guests. the general fund and fl.789.84i ends Sept 16 and delayed an .
r of the oldest baby car! last year, were nearly $2,000,00 end next January at which time standpoint. Record at the clt at luncheon given by Swift amCompany I i the. underprivileged children offer by W. B. TUtoo!: of 10 Palm t

I lell'than the record receipt of capt.' aroi 8.: Kelley $4. alit the annual meeting of the organization hall show building vll.luatlondurlni and International Harvester :I fund.R.O.JUDSON City; Drainage District bonds I
toe will provide transpor : $15,538,585, two year ago and. moved to Stuart with Mr. Kelle;, ha been slated. the first half of 1943 Is Company at the Muehle- with $12,190par for $3,857. Til-
D for the old settlers, or were more than $1,000,000 below for his health In 1839, died after These 14 officer together with] 90 J per cent greater than, the bach Hotel and for a slghL'letlnetour ton's offer was based on 30 cent
It pioneers, who turn out the 1946-47 figure of $14.tI8O.715.The an extended Illness in Walter: Temporary President Herbert V. corresponding period last year. of the city. on the dollar compared to the I
ke part In the parade. Those! county shares of $63,1167thla Reed Hospital in Washington Thayer will..form the 15manboard Through June 30 valuation of board' latest purchase of nine 1 ,
ert who came: to Stuart year compared: with $90,90 Monday. Funeral service and to govern activity by the new construction in the city; 10 CHECK FORGERY such bonds from him at 18 cents I t''
lo 1900 art urged to reglste last year and $98,000 two year burial will be conducted at the League. Their first session viol I amounted to $211,700 a* compared CHARGES DROPPED DIES AT 63 The board will meet again '
However they were fa; to $111,323 during the Tuesday at 2 to complete work
e Dyer Dry Goods Store li ago. U. a Military Academy at West be in the office of attorney Mar
that transportation cat above the $33,0000 which Slat Point N. Y. today. shall at 7:30: tonight.Tutoring same period last year. Ten charges of check fo..ery'qalnat .. on II* hew budget. Nothing clad
ovtded.. law guaranteed each count;, wu born In ---..,---- I --- I will be discussed it was an- i I
fund If raclni Captain Kelley 'FULLER WARREN Mr. and Mrs. WUbur\ Lei 'Robert Orr Judson. 63 who nounced. -
umber of merchant and from the general Savannah; On. June 10, 1894, I
falls to produce that much. WILL SPEAK HERE and his brother. H. E. Lee were moved with his wife In 1945 to
organization have algni and later moved with his parent WorkTo I
their Intention of enterini Bylaw. counties divide equall:, Maine from where he received nulls pressed here Tuesday by make Stuart their residence !
from the battle tax of ;I 1 o I I lied]I suddenly In the back yore MC CLUNG DIME 1'
In the parade according: receipt! tn appointment to the military Fuller Warren, County Judge Arthur R. Cluntj
804 East 5th JII'
of their home at
an who will be grand mar- per cent on each dollar bet at i a academy and earned his BS degree Start MondayTutoring nominee for Governor of I'lurida.ubject" upon payment of the amount of '
it the parade. It is else track and receipt from track In 1918. He was promoted to to the November genera the checks plus costs. They were I 3t. Friday 'afternoon. He wa
that a number of rodeo admission taxes. he rank of 1st lieutenant In 1911 election, will speak In. Stuart apprehended In Fort Lauderdale., not missed for several hour un STORE IS SOLD
IDlerS and Indian will be The welfare program get al and was retired a* a captain facilities provided b,] from the; express platform 01 posted $900 bonds and were returned Ill his body was found in the eve- j' I II
W In the Un up. receipt from an extra tax of !I. Sept. 1, 1933. He was graduated registered Florida teachers foi Flagler Ave. a1 P.m. July 27 here for s hearing. sing by Mrs. Judson and a neigh
i prelude td the PIoneer per cent on hone bet, 1 per cent from the infantry school basic all grade In the Stuart schools His appearance will be in line Judge ClonU acted on a number her> J. W. Keller. His remain I I "
0( '49.the merchant spon- on dog bet and from 'odd-cent course! In 1922 and was retired will be provided here starting : with a "thank-you"! tour of the of other case Monday. accompanied by his widow and i The.P tc L Stores Ltd.. of Lake I '
the' plan will bring a "break left when wager an from the service for a disability Monday for the remainder cf the< State In appreciation of the support Charles Rowe of Palm City was i daughter were sent by John; Worth have purchased from Oscar -
ui of Merchandise to fituy paid off to the nearest nickel or received in line of duty. summer, Principal Erwin F: he received In winning the fined $100 on a charge of driving Funeral Home to Waterbury. F Johnson the McClung' '
17 reside flrsl Fohnwlck announced yesterday.. Conn., Sunday for funeral ser 5-cent to $1 store at 200 Osceola .
and 24. The Caravan,: dime. They moved here to nomination In the second May while" intoxicated Wyatt Lart-
Ing to merchant backing at the Atlantic Court Apt, and Registration will start It I' primary. He will appear<<: in For more of Stuart posted a $25 bondon vires and burial Ave., it wag announced today byGeneral '
Sat, will halt at the Ex. later at the France. He wai John wick'. office from 10 a.m. Pierce an hour before here .:and an Indeceht language charge ,Judson was born Nov. 14, 1884 Manager Clarence J.
Harold until boon Monday, but anyone I' In Bethlehem Conn., and for Lewis. Purchase price wa not L .
platform downtown StuI SWIM CLASSES formerly a member of in West Palm Beach at 8 that and $50 pn an assault and battery -
I Legion,, nlsslng Monday may enroll later more than 20 year he was en revealed.
each Saturday night, at John Post 82, American night. charge and Noah Brooks
In the week and start'work the Railed in the drugstore business. Johnson purchased the business ,I
b Church.
time a number of attend- and St. Mar, Episcopal pleaded guilty to a vagrancy ,, 3
award will be made U Survivor Include his widow; following Monday. II of free ride ticket ATTRACJJ46 his mother Mr*. John Kelley of explained. No definite times 11'11Ibe I AT LEGION MEETING days. James McBride posted $100 I' 1.0 the State Legislature In 193> here In 1936 by M. L ).fe..

e sponsoring merchant are Bath, Me., and a daughter, Mist > set for the work but Instead bond on a trespassing charge and mill 1940 when he was elected Clung and moved It to the present I ,.
these of Columbus,, It will extend 'according to In- who to one terrrt[ In the State Senate location. No managerof the
ticket for a free Mary Agnes Kelley Jesse Quigley, was spon- George Sheffield wag fined $25
10 1 everyone spending $1 or The Martin County Red Crosa- 3a Itvidual deficiencies. Credit for I sored by the Stuart Klwanl Club or 30 day on a drunkenness ,I in April 1945 Mr. and Mrs. Judson store ha been named yet, Lewis Iii) r f'
U on account In their sponsored swimming elaiieiwhich the. work will be earned onlythrough a* one o[, four bOys from Martin charge and posted $25 bond on moved to Stuart. He was i a said and M. M. Roger, merchandise "a'i, ; I
of business. began Monday at. the PAUL O., DONALDSON examination upon completion County at, the annual Boy State a language charge. Norman Mason, manager and superintendent -
following merchant. and Traylor estate in Port Sewall are ENLISTS: IN MARINES eliminating anything session In Tallahassee last Blake was fined $25 after plead- He is survived by his widowi ; of P & L Stores, will direct I p I
u place are luulnl'the off to a good start with a registration automatic about It, JohnwlclHated. month, spoke briefly on his experiences ing guilty to drunkenness, fined later, Mrs. H. 8. Allen of It temporarily.The I Sn't I !I
of 126 children and ill West 'Palnt' Beach, July 15.- during the week at the $25 or 30 day after conviction Woodbury, Conn.; two daugh store become the fifth t
Department\ Store,"stu- adults Paul O. Donaldson 17 son of A minimum' of 10 student ww) ; meeting ol Harold John Post on a language charge and posted t ers, Mr*. Fred Moyer of Chicago the P Ic L chain, other stores being ,I ", i

#rug Corporation, Brunerty. Mrs. Walter Davey and MtaPhylll Mr and Mrs. Cecil Donaldson of be necessary to start. Charge S3, American Legion, at poet $25 bond on .a second language and Mr. Harold Proon of.Stam located in Lake Worth, Belle I '1
at St. Lucia Bar and Baker have charge of be. $19 South Camden Ave., Stuart", for the work; which will cover: all headquarter on East 5th, Bt. charge. lord Conn., and two grandchil-- Glade P a h 0 k e* and Delray .

beginner first, class I Ja age 3-' has enlisted in the U 8. Marine,' subject except high school Friday night: flan were made Iron, Fred..... and Mary Moyer. Beach.WALLACE'S. '

rear Monday and Tuesday and according: to Muter Bgt. James sciences and mathematics will for local advertising and attend- REV. W. T. CONNER HEAR I i ir t.;
THEJIDES the second class Is age 1-1'/ 9. Allfft of the local. Marine be $4 a week payable If!. advance.; ance at the annual national REPLACES MAXWELLthe AYCEE- TICKET .

years en Thursday and Fridayboth Corps office. I Legion convention in. Miami Oct REPORT ON YEARFloretta WILL NOT APPEAR I' I

... liar Mur fc. ti. ... i..... at 1 p.m. A former student in Martin 18-21. Rev wConner: :: head ON FLORIDA BALLOT
h. IM" *"ll w*'!"* Jol II, Jack Smouse and 'John Oraj County High School where he (LESTER BLDG .; ot\he theology department at Bartlett presented e. .
a add? .*oar"< T).... f.r w.a aI iu have charge of the teen-age and played football for two yean BUDGET 'UNCHANGED Southwestern Baptist Theological detailed four-page report on the New York.:;( ')) *The third- ,,
It l".too lot kill '
7;_ .. .1...... ... ..... c-.w: Intermediate iwlmmtng classes young Donaldson ha enlisted No-changes weree made' in the Seminary In Fort Worth, will ictlvltle of the Jaycee-Ettei party tlrket ot presidential can j
w. "it.lelt.414to Masses for Girls ar Monday and. for a three-year period and is BRINGS $14 OOO School Board's tentative budge) arrive here tomorrow to replacethe luring the organization' Ors dldate Henry A. Wallace and his "
salt': /A1 A.M.a1M rhursday at 1 PJn. and for'boys now stationed at ParrU Island' I figures for it.*.1948-49 fiscal yea Rev. Phil Maxwell In the rear of existence a* the retired, running mate. Sen. Glen H. i,,1 i I
11 4,15 i 11 >n Tuesday and Friday at t p.mZlaase B. C. Sergeant Allen said that f u a result of a hearing at the Baptist Church pulpit for the from the presidency in favor offeast : Taylor has been accepted to appear 'fin ;
:: ails 1.14 ItM 111 IliM: are conducted even tonaldaon would remain1' there I court house' last Thursday after next four Sundays. The Max- Neibllng at the group'smeetlnl ;I on ballot In eight of It :
It Mt Hal UK1 .11..1 bbnday, Wednesday and Friday' for 10 week undergoing recruit The triangular Lester' Bldg. on l noon. The budget, which callsfor well are expected home from at the Civic Center Mon, State in which the deadline tor I
?aT f14* tae >,*< completion of the Old Dixie Hwy in Stuart expenditure ol(280.J13.48 '
At the proposed
: Traylor pool training. ( tiling has '
I try Irll MS 1 7im it 10 am: at the l rnonth'\ vacation in time for lay night passed. f
q .u u. 'coHEINEATIIER fot adult and advanced students that training, he will be given hanged hand twice in tale recorded ( now will be sent, to the Aug. 15 services. i Plans for two activities were This wa announced yesterday I
'" whO wish to Improve their iwlmnlng ui Immediate nchc.t.: ; qualify at the' court house last the State Department ol' Education idopted. A schedule of worker': by the WallacetorPreeldeestcommittee '
learn to iwim. or let Thursday noon. State documentary for its final approval' which the i
strokes or ENLIST IN NAVY 1 for the. baseball' game hen, listed eight t ,
The Martin County chapter las*. After being granted a 10- stamp indicated sale priceIn I Sunday and July 25 was accept. state a* California. Illinois

ia*' p n 1ft $I" loa to use the lay leave, be will be assigned for both case of $H,000. t. .d BUILDING 1:_,..... P.PEKMIT..... au54l.l.h.* ... Donald Lee Terry: 'Of Salerno id a* was a'request for Jaycee-. (Cook County only>, Michigan, ;
the taraeumber further duty Located on all of the fractional t.oo t. al..t. .. ..I"' ....... ..a'a ...AM.M. New Jersey New
with Nevada York
L.e Traylor POOl. but Block'. Potsdam Subdivision, .,... t4 b 05 n. ...,.... .. and Raymond William Rusch of cites to be in charge of ticket!I
y ...'v. a so.ta..e..w.o ra..4.d 5I ,of participant: In. thlasse sold Lesterto //M.M 4.040,1 'N ........ ..... eL.a Stuart enlisted Tuesday in the for' the July SI street dance, Pennsylvania ana Utah. v '
there i II a shortage of WEBB TO CONFERENCE the building wag by .. Navy Both will! complete recruit which will conclude the Plonee t The committee laId the party
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Mr*. Out Laggl of KM*. .. SoWtvt '
Mr. and T twin C.:
....- .Ra.U.S./ .pactl. Nevertheless, the &intruetor Miami who immediately Hold ito ..... 1... it. fnw 14 kr I* (". tot training at San Diego after Days celebration now getUniitarted. ,r has met legal requirement for '
sli a are reported doing their Tallahassee July 15. Harry 55.5+5. which Terry will attend yoeman Phylll Constance wa I certification in seven of the other 1
:. Bewail 'T'"t-h.: .......t .
isIr of Port
.County schools Arnold Bauer Bilk Ilk
in the teaching of theseehlldren :, Webb, Martin TkwnvMiM ... while Ruchv will appointed new publicity chairman .. State Alabama Kansas,
-It U beat warranty' stated the sale dl..,.,., IM .. .IMMt.. .... ,-Ir.e. school there
II II II from all over the courty supervisor, will attend the three- The ..._, boildies M rwtd..e. .... receive further training at a and Florence Hackett wa. Kentucky, Maryland Oklahoma
eon was subject "to the month M ........... .
et fit weeksAssistance .. reek 0. member. Wisconsin and West Virginia,but
1 for three o.Li _.... 5.541.5., school of hi choice. Terry en" idmltted a* a new
: : of Web Ordway"who T. a'-'
:1 month tenacy
..N II will b* welcomed I licence to be held on\ the Florida l..{ 1, Shoe' 5- ,N.lo..4..sM., listed under the high school The next meeting will be a' failed to meet requirement In.
from anyone who will offer I, State University campus. herqfuly' operate the Ford motor car. ,:.5. ua. a. 315 55 el. MM.aea training the Civic Center July 26. I'Iorlda..u ,
U, agency In the'building. .. /eesa
4 -nsinicrAtL: training: 22Aug.
Ina ... pool l lor the swimming! '

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ENGAGEMENT TOLDMl I I't and is employed! eke a clerk in IS GIVEN SHOWERMrs. SUPPER MEETING TO GIVE SUPPER allow Herron\0 Bumne.
Board of Adilustment eol1ttruet
the at net uf the county! tax col- Anglican' The first meeting of the new: The City Zoning I
The Presbyterian store
Mm. R. r of Eldorado Friday rejected a request -i tM
and Mrs Joe c Constance Leslie E. Bartlett Longbottqm Council
lector.' year of the Count Herrort' toresone there. The
League the cooperating youth Charles 8 lots
11'" 6t l 826 East 3th fit' I Howard P. Bartlett; honored Helen Heights was host for k covered i by adjolQ
announce '
School at
I i': Jackson attended schools) In I organisation of the Stuart Epis Will be held at Salerno Lots 2 and 3. Block: bin's property on thullIaat4thet.fromth.
,, '1\I' 'the i' diverts Brown with a mir dish supper Monday night tot
vi ;\ engagement of their daugher. j Mobile, served! In the armed: copal Presbyterian Churcheswill 10 arn Monday with the Salerno : ..
; < Phyllis Edith'w WUllSra/ SJJackson cell neousshowet Thursday avenln the Brotherhood of the Baptist 2'1
lanes in World War n and\ Is P-TA host for a 7cent: will be outlined' with" Rejection was baaed
l be ;host for a dinner meeting year
Mr Lon Tyson won the Church.Guests t.U. Parker,! ,
t\t of Mobile and Stuart were council on Herron's failure
now connected with the CocaCola plats lunch at nooh. The plan A. O. Plttman'new t 141 ,
the High .&hool Westmin I J11tt
1! prize for the melody guessing W. L. Sullivan, J. C. Anthony W.] : ,
> \\1 t ,".. Miss.,.. _Constance!."tl_a,gradual I _Company._ .,.._..m__ _._.__-.:.. game and Miss Rose Civerko was R. Baker Wilson McClure, Fred later Fellowship of the First Of work for the. 1948-49 school presiding was reported.
PAC: the prize winner In the name Bentel Joseph Brooks Howard Presbyterian Church of Fort
contest. Other guest! were Mm. Jackson, Robert L. West,, Bd A.I
\ .1 i Velma Czverko.M=s. R. L 1, Mlnne- Burgess Arnold Bauer Robert Pierce at the Episcopal pariah THE. GOOD OLDMEET ME AT't5TAPLES'
CLIDATV I: j 'CENTRAL MARKET han, Mrs. Karl Krueger,, Mrs. Kinkade, Joseph Brooker, Mor house Sunday at 8:15: p.m. The 'KIN D RED ';
:1 .. Puss! Witham, Mrs. Frank Barat, ris McClure, John J. Moore and visitor will have charge of the g't
1 ..... '...... ..... Mrs Ben Redding Misses phyllli: the.Rer. Phil Maxwell.KNTBRTAIKED. worship service and program after """
I n aDstn.'l, { 1 ,: \ ."' EAT, and Jo Ann Constance MissMargaret : ---- PAL furnishes; the meal. The' t YOU REQUIRE ; AVOCADO
I Ii
",'1 j jPate. I CzterKo, Miss Lotus CIRCLE dinner committee Includes Jan'tee I 2
i > : : P ( and-GROCERIES<;; M O Pe. 'Mrs. Peggy!' Peterson.,I Mrs. Arnold'Bauer Port Bewail -, l Arbogast, Dorothy. Clonti and I' ,t HERE'S EVERYTHING' Peary, Jor &
With' :; Mrs. Dorothy Pierce Mrs. Dolores -! was hostess witcovered! Emily Morrison. "':
facial'' I lj. COURTEOUS SERVICE trCONVENIENTLY.. -' Bartlett, Mrs. Irving Kan-, dish supper Tuesday evening for THAT yOu.FRES+ '
arek and Mrs Jean Niebllng. the Las Amlgaa Circle of tbeWoman' REPORTS TO BR GIVEN 2 bu.
sibly ;, f oj . ;:r.DCATED .191
." :' Mr. 'and Mrs, Albert Heal -of: "- Missionary Society.Miss Danny Mlnnehan and Ola RIcardo I DE IRE.
'Ji'rook. Lucille Discos the devotional
r 2nd and Akron ,J :Port Bewail are vacationing In and Mrs. Zola.gave Blokes- will give brief reports on CAROLINA ELBERTA t

I .Haddon.' .Heights, ,. N._J...._._ lee!, Mr.. Mattle Parka, Miss 01- the Sorrento recent which youth they conference attended' at I Peaches 2' Ibi. .ft
ney Eurlt and Mrs. Kitty Titus 'and Dr. C. A. Carrlel also will" :
;I W"1'' ''' took part on the program Others speak at the It a.m.. service' oil I :7; yELLowIf
t ,, ,
"", W """", present were Mrs. Margaret the Presbyterian Church at theWoman's '
Meggett and Mrs;Lacy Mae.Pitt-' Club Sunday I L Onions,> 2 Ibs. .ij 1

", I, I"'V : '- man. 1 I .
3 .:"... J '\. JACKSON ltos1'BSSThe Cecil ,Cornish,guest of Mr. Shortening Contains Solium

MRS and Mrs. Klwood Dugan retu'n-j! { SPRY, 31bsa ... ...........$1-23 RINSO box
f .t i ati: it Lottie Moon Circle of the ed. to his home in Belvedere, NI I ,,29t
; \ Woman's Missionary Society met J., Monday I IMra. Swan s'r" '

I ., J ; N 4 S Tuesday Jackson evening as hostess.with The'pro.Mrs. R.fr .' C. L.Boggess- a and Mrs. SOAP, 2 large bars ... ..........._35c LUX FLAKES, box .
BETTER. BUY FAMOUS consisted- ot: went to West Palm -
PUART JAR gram of a study W. O. Penny I
the book "How to Pray" by Dr. Beach Monday where Mrs. Pen I Beechnut Beechnut Strained,

I I ANN PAGE FOODS ) KTaVTIIEMYOlAUMIfEinirrttt ::6 7 Torrey.Mr. and '-Mil- -, Otto-r, Matousekand 3111 ny was Miller I the guest of Mr. and Mm,j! j r h COFFEE. 1 lb. 53c BABY FOOq. I", 6 for ..56 S_:

daughter; June,' returned Mr. and MrS. Paul; Baitlnger California 3picdOLIVES 4
Tuesday front Chicago where for have returned from a vacation I we Tall Milk, 3 for 44c
l1 ......
,4I q
--- AlP'S Pint Jar ..37cI several weeks they have visited, in Brldgeton, N J. er
1 Cjr:1 .. I .........
I J : their Son and daughter-in-law -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Matousek.e Mr and Mrs. George Keith and 1 Derby can Smarty i
/ :
: 'iii .' family Cloudene and Geo;\e, Jr.* Corned Beef ..49c DOG FOOD<:> 3 cans ,.2St,
H I I Prof. O. M. Ecldlngton, headmaster returned lost week from Georgia I .
It i 1/1; YOUR BUY! \ :t of T -
t : BEST of the Battle Ground where hey were the guests
I Grade A Beef Grade Dressed and
Academy. Franklin, Term., en- Keith's father, O. J. Keith In I ,, Drawn
I \\ z \ ,. \ route to Miami last week,visited Qay( and their daughter Char CHUCK ROAST, lb. .59c FOWL lb. '..,, S
i oJ Jimmie Walker who attendedthe lene in Atlanta. ....
: i ---
e- Shankless,Teed.red
academy. -
: if J I-- Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Kindred PICNICS, 6 to 8 lb, Lb. ..47c Pig Ear", Pig Feet, lb. 1Sl
211i0s.fANS I Miss May Dee White and Mrs. ind daughter Kitty Lou Mr.
John Ssyka went to Sebastian and Mrs. Charles Kindred anddaughter
Iii" I Cawnn saw _Men.Vllne,.Newtar.. ._,/.nAl.rIN Aually rw. Tuesday to visit Mr.. and Mrs, Sandy, Mr.: and Mrs.:
h,,, .users... lad. Aft w.da. ,la A6P', :;ii' Jack Vickers. Henry A. Kindred, Mrs Clay MCKenzie i I t
Iw, k "d "Eked a .w yw -a-- and Mrs Lucile Cromer
251 -
-- !t Mrs. R. A Wareham and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
Pare Crape .. daughters, Bambi and Owynne Jack TTudnak in Fort pierce
Ann Page Sparkle Lemon 11 Slncore, of the Atlantic Court, Sunday.
C JAM, 216. jar .39c Apts. are leaving Monday for a -a--

j PIE FILLING 3 3pk... 20 nn 'Page- -M-pl Flavored Beach.vacation at Fort Lauderdale' George Mrs. B.0.T.Brdlnger<< Bedinger, are and leaving" son,

Syrup, 12-oz. bot. 21c -1- I their home on the Indian River,
Ann Page Crab Apple Lt and Mrs M. R. Cartwrlght Jensen Beach, for their summer. '
PINT JAR Jr.' and sons, Morgan 3rd and: home In Walton..Ky,
l Je ly,12 oz, tmbll8cs' Zaa guests of Mr and Mrs. M. -a- 'OirlOWPRICISBUDGETS
Ann Page Peanut R Cartwrlght, returned to their i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Donaldson A BREAK 1
4 home In Albuquerque N. M., last of Cleveland left Tuesday morn-
I Butter:!,. 1 Jb. jar...35 week ing for their home after. two-
Ann Page Reg.. .Elbow a week visit here with his relatives -
Whltlcar, Include his .
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis I They mother
2 8-oz.
lt Ann Page Cherry pkgs. Port Bewail have as their house-' Mrs Rosa Donaldson of Palm
; C ; Macaroni 19c guests Mr. and Mrs. John Drag-] City his sister Mrs Gordon CHASE 'AND SANDBORN, REGULAR OR DRIP GRIND :
I f PRESERVES S ufc: 31 & A *. seth of Pierre, S. D, The :'Oragselhs Dickey of Palm City, and two
will leave for Rapid City Brothers, Cecil ot Stuart and ftP COFFEE lb. Can 521'
siIGELATIN S. D..Sept 1 where he will enter i of Palm. City. .
\1' I.; 2 DESSERTS the State School of Mines' for! -
his senior year Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Womble of PRIDE OF l.Ey-'l"--2N 2 tang Large |
1 1! 3 Assorted FI."ore i Cairo, O a, Jeft last week aftera WHITE SWEET CORN .....19c IVORY SNOW..31,
I .
pkll. Mr. and Mrs. Tompiy Mason visit here wlthMr. and Mrs.
t 25' { and daughter Brenda, who were I Cecil Donaldson, WELCHS Qt. Bottle Large Flt
r I, the ot Mr and Mrs. C. M.'
20CJ't Walker guests, left Friday; for their GRAPE JUICE' ... ,....,...436 DUZ ............._",.... _31
Ann Page Red Kidney' home in Rock Hill, S. C. I I1 '
n I II.. cans C i I WALBECK GARLIC Qt. Jar, LsrgePit

I' i BEANS L 23 '; Jonell and Buddy Moon who. DILL PICKLES ... ...... .... .....29c I DREFT ............. "... J
(, ." have been the guests ot their I -
-- aunt, Mrs Lee Oldershaw of the ALL VEGETABLE ARMOUR STARSHORTENING :
Delicious-For Malted Milk 61Flavore'd\ Wisconsin Cheddar France returned Sunday to their Lk CARTON "RO

GOCONOG ::',". 31C CHEESE JT: home In Roanoke-1-, Va. 3 Lb. CARTON $UJ2IreH

lb. Mrs. R. T. barrow, France :;;
bur:Own 8 6'Clock Apts. left Friday for Atlanta WILKES No. 2 can 'BLUE: BARREL'
CHOOSE A & P where she will meet her daughter TOMATOES .l1Yzc WHITE SOAP .J9c
.TEA BALLS COFFEE from New Orleans and motorto .. ??
SUPER RIGHT MEATS Bethlehem, Pa. Mrs. Darrow White HouseAPPLE -- No. 2 can OVERSEA 2 No. i fee

t Freak ( I ID. bag ,40c will Comdr\ return R. to T. Stuart Darrow October Is going 1. JUICE .__ ........:....5c COLLARDSMUSSELMAN'S .... ...1
; ::53c ;"J 3 lb. bag L15t to spend the summer In Con-
necticut. '
t C .J .
---- -- ,ire 31/i 18'' William Bailey of the Virgin APPLE SAUCE 17 oz. jars 25//
Beef ChuckROAST BREAD 'io.f I Islands has been Vacationinghere .lli/IWi. _, t _
-- ,with his wife and daughter EMBOSSED, WHITE. 80 count 2 ,,. WHOPPER, SWEET TENDER
73' Jane P rk er V Gold l or Marble Leslie, at the France Apts. pk .1 t
t"" ,t; C The Baileys left yesterday for PAPER NAPKINS_ ... .. ....-25c PEAS. 2 No. 2 cans ;....
-.. POUND CAKE A 25'Jane White Plains, N. T.. where Mrs THE MOSt COMPLETE [ *
,t I 4 Lean PorkBOSTON !.O-.oz., Bailey and Leslie will spend the RETAIL ANb WHOLESALE OVER-SEA BRAND No 2 Can WHIT HOUSE 28-ot

P+rkerStrue.ae; summer with. her parents GRAPEFRUIT' JUICE ...:...5cAPPLE BUTTER.. J
: BUTTS 54CSmoked -a- .
lb. ., CINNAMON BUNS Pk8.25C' Mr,, and Mrs. Earl TUlman and ,,8 SPARKLING, HANDY 8 BOTTLE CARTON, \ r
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Anderson
\ were the week-end guests of IN THE PALM BEACHES PEPSI-COLA pius deposit 19j jDENNISON'S' |
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brown in '41? OKEECHOBEC ROAD .
I' BACON SQUARES ..-3 38'Lint Lakeland. Mrs. TUlman remained -I .
FRUITCnRW TABLES PHONE 2-3851 14-0..101&11
I '.
for a visit i 12-oj.Bottle WINDSOR
d J Starch pkg. J'4c t .ty, .ar,. : ? '1'

4 '\ j"j"I" I; Book Matches, box 50,,2!fpr:. 29c AVOCADOS A ".. L ,..____, '.. 21''- SERVING MARTIN COUNTY VEGETABLES Fancy, Fresh and, Crisp FRUITS, ".,

Kilzum Insecticide Hard HeadBisquick,20.o2.pkg. 'WITH A
'f pt. .. .25c
Complete Dairy Line d
J 25cArmour' -
l '
I, In Jensen I '
-- i"--- --- ,
Red on Tuesdays
: I t Vienna* Sausage 4 oi 18c Thursdays" Saturdays., 43//

Nabisco I Shredded-, can ,ONIONS_ __ 2 lbs',.1_ '19c c- PORK 'lb.
--- I

ly WHEAT_ rNabisco :.i. j/:._-, __ .. 18--- C CARROTS 2 ...._\.. ,' lJ C PASTEURIZED HOMOGENIZED MIIiG't' STEWING I CHICKENS ,lb. 63j

; 1 1 OreoSANDWICH 9e.dlea'. VITAMIN i>'MILK' sty WESTERN ,. B EF AA '"
14 .

d Nabisco ,per, '.. a, CRAPES TiforDia" ," _.. ..._. .__ \\ 33 COFFIERlfAMWHIPPING CREAM, ROAST r-\r"L' 5 58c POT ROAST ,

: PLUMS.2 2 \45C 5

lj ___ Iba...,.,. :. COTTAGE CHEESE, ROLLED VEAL ROAST '. ,
r LK. -
2 barer
SOAP / .33c
Camay / 'B.tbi bar; STMA'RKE
SOAP Z.: ?....a ..13c. FAVORITE GROCER '
: Till P'TO .aWE ..,
La"a "I' bar' BARAT'S DAIRY 'fl DEUVER 71ie0e .;

SOAP: ... ..... .9c' 355 EAST FOURTH STREET 'Irle

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300 ... 10 .-"p "sin.. than. the ._ DISSOLUTION
.a40r Oh* eemltauo, of Cb.,,,.. : IN 'THE TeAMS AND BV Trie AUTHORITY > .
lassif mm mil" "ACROSS IL, DIvmlOM. oft lOlVj, Lana If Florida! .... of I.... 1. OP 1HH STATE OP FLORIDA.
For : OMMQ will ....,.... .,.ltd .Ibo Ork oi '',. -.. 'TO' ALL TO WHOM. THKHB PHk4IKNT.
I i.:Hon. with k. ; CblM. U..Ur WihLfDR5tIIA.RK i.iaiwsylne ,ua GOe.* and Ho Mnrttn CisMF1ocs SHALL OOMtJ GIIMCTINGlh I IYNI.
Ad.Taker111I11I111111111I1111111111111I11111I11I111111111 1011' 10, M._, H O1t O e.4T1U1Egl$ ..: 'eeotot of )nnl 0 enIutlU C' li to ..rilly rkit, who.....
.. ficlitiooI ,, .
.k..M4 vttkt. If tllia aot tho H.oeMr-o.HonSbsot.N TO
_.. a fcotok rtrwti M., '" u A 1IA13JL ISvATS _.. ......11. .,I radii M J,
.- TlnrI. INDIAN irvga I HKIQHTSparty Corolla Vo : 1n( ;:
I : Turklrt as. .._. ''. >. ot war I Rstt1IMc aATVJt .edot "lrlt I wlli ,. buaiy.a.. did, am the 3: : : A. IB I I1044so.di.b.t'opsnlodsdeethi'

|e FEB WORD ORDW FOR SALEIlliiiilililiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii CALENDAR OF EVENTS, IN MARTIN COUNTY lMetu.JOf.rsuu ::: ::. 01451P111'I'III sIIlRalS 1ta.1. mp plnetnul, pa( of ko'_ l 111.1 I
: THURS rem iTSTct 1_... SueS. Mr-5n eoa..,..0'10., .h.. | Chtp''rr 10004. Llwl of ,a
MINIMUM 50e FOR 11 llil Julw ISi Dutoh 7Vw.tClub, Olc Center, 1:30 p. m.. OES Not m. ... ....-,; (Int........ Ia ..Id It..,..... .is sJLr: : of lIn, STHIlt BOATS. '
w cIV
5e FEB WORD CAPI FOB SALE Circle I fiUKhefln Acacia U '.....,. of Joaara Moaok w'l. .. mph |It's prinitpal ..1
No. Woodman Hal ,
!I We FOR ii Sparton console. roost Lodge J63. ), S..l wnrlnt .>. ritt. Ida and that .It... ... aa> otboo. ,. FIb 51 boslosa.' ot: laokaoavUlo, I
MINIMUM combination AMI'M, rad .. 8 p. m. ". bsrtuSu.l ... a. : Io. far kttomtad tat .aid' kuilma. .ooMy, la the SuCkairtor t. at Florida,D"t ,
!" automatic I FW 'Th.FSsSII I. I OS *1015 A1414' w, L. ntNUEMCKMNV. ...Oss4 .... .........1..... of on-b I IprintS.
RIll record chance July 16! Kiwunis, Woman's dub, 12i 13 P. m; Fine Am CuiltL* Q..n.; oe.n.a. y 5 nl-ri .1 o ..s a Pub.. July, II, IS II. A,.. a. 1540, did, u. lbS. N' of I..., ,g AlA
1IIIIIIIIImltlll.nllllllllllm'I"" Bleached mahogany .eablne play, "Blythe Spirit High School 8:15 It t: .': IK1IrI: f : M_ LEGAl. ADVEaTisEMENT D. lOot v san-s 0 110 tiled' ,I. Ohs ..t., i I
ARTMENTS FOR RENT Only 121940. Bartlett Brai. I i8 Inn' ., .Ito. Oe.roOafr .1 I"" ., Iha
SAT.. July 17: Ace, High'Bridge Club, MM Roger Spicer, 1pm. IS. 'uld..1f t7 ...... Solution of Ytstordiy Puzzle NOTICI SIlts of P15000. 0 Cto.O.a of oIl .... '
REN'MIIIIIIMMHIMIIHHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH' ', July 15, U SUN. ... .P4 hi" of 4s.Caul& HnlitrallM book for Martin Owntr ........,...... ...., tho poootloss. 05 054 I
July 18: Baseball, Lakfl Worth VI Stuart, two guinea East 5th IT ant 00 will bo ov> for nl.triM.a ofIn Illtw LIWI of Florida. A....
FOB SALE!-193S Bantam road. St. fold 2 .... taf!of print. 50.> lures ,TornmM' no. 1. Hooturn the )1.._.... eemma ........ Writ, of Itlt lImbo'' dis..t50oa of lock. '.1 A
p. m. prinoa M. bovouroii 10. cnn nla bird; _da. .. n......' ... VCdap .. _hIt rarpotmUoa tad UM. )1......., of 8tata.
Ur completely overhauled, Into. MON. 19 tt Poran>o ... Ooauaof the It Mika laeaID. I. Conild.r .. .. 1. .. __.. I I I0I
July ( Jaycees, Criner's, 7pm.; Junior buieball,' Stuart vs. SIMnaod .lunsyb.it.. Mlla$ nrntek, Itritine A. 4. I"' t..souh .oofbe 1501 do' ..1 of low
< I. Vnlnhabltid .. .. .. .,. .. .
InS 0. thu ofn. tho bra .
condition InquIre West Palm Beach East Sib St. field; 3pm. I |..[rurnalrt II, Coalaa4 with It. ffireatlo 4. JumM.< Qrp I. pri.0loe.itmuoAha eopOol with 4 4SN
Oh. 1f11NICIIB WHF.REOF' t hove
and Harry. .1)15. TUES.. July 20 Patio Meat Club church. i, MouthvrnoonvtollatloB .. ....rI. ) ,.. 1I..r. wiU s: : tro'iICoov It< hoy.ssto bat me bod ..d ..... I
!I !"I -- ---- : City 7i30: p. m, -r. : I'" t Kind of fl hJ. ,. nod I ...11 0 ... 0. enS doe afflmd. th. awl Cool I of tka
FOR SALE-Papaya plants, aelf WED. July 21 1: Rotary Club, Oilsliolm'i. \ 12: 15.; Salerno Civic AnSDciutum : .: Aaclmt ROXMi P.'". July II II, II, ,*... not. of P10,1,1.. :t Toftsb.n-s.
pollen It cents each. Ice 1* Tj rr. *'* --u A"DVU; lOIn (510151. ISle ii.. 01501.15 dor I'ISEALI
Box Salerno :
School 8 m. Martin r' rJlJ..1 = iTuno .
p. i game party, Comity \ of A D 1>4"IFt
rnm ZS-lb capacity, 13. Boll iprin, Golf and Country Club $ : j NOTICE S I 4
m. r--
< -
bed '8S value, for' 123. C.me p r 5. A. CRAY. S
and THURS. July; 21, Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center 1:1O: p. m nlts4I. MUTtJII COUIITY. FLOSIDA.J.1 ....IW..... of e.... 1
sot It. B. L. (Dad) I
W.II f- E' la IJ. laaSI. I" 504.. ,b. July .'ho !*|_ .
July l'rasadug( alibI .
COURT FOR SALE -4 ft. Salerno News AT Ktm ,....... to 0.0tn n 01 cht.. to". IN THE COURt OF THE COUNTYJUDGE ;
Norie Refri* I Week's LegalInstruments .s'TpTr. 14. oubortln.t .Lnon .f ..", .''d.. A.,. of 1001. knoos so MARTIN COUNTY. sTATS .' \
APARTMENTS8TUART erator IJO). Majestic Apt, Apt.A. i' r build ni 1.5. MURPHY ACT. 1M '.110..... den..flb.d OF FLORIDA. .
II, AtTlcultliplo ral I
FLORIDA 30' North Colorado A_ M Isod I. lI.rtl. Coowr; P15001.eOt a.tCRtDITORS: : ;
i IN 1I., ,
bt .ft.... en solo, as pobIlo ..stoor
,t ly Dewratcd. Fully Eevlppe JulyIIMIIIIIIliijMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIII THANKSOTFOR L )0- 1 aS 1 3. 34- 2T' Cnocont. Semi for th... hi.....* ... .b.". ..>k kWMbjfNA ANNI& .. lI.nr-1& i :
H_.ee 'lng ApartmeaUUw fo the )I-Itrbt of. the Tna..... uit < .Donaiad. ,
Rates i i .p. ;... ,fW'--' IL Award ol valor lnt.m.] ImproTtoMMt Food to r*< All rradftoro if the "Kitato' of Annh I ,
Summer .
SATISFACTION OF MECHANICS i ,last nor ped all bid.. at 55. COUI'thoa. K MoTuse. Oustos.d, ate hon-be "I
Open AU Tear Round FOR RENT LIEN. ....,.."',. .. 10:00: A. II, os lite 15mbdo fade and criurred to I,u toy .= or I
.lltliliiiilHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirimiiiiiiiPOB SOCIETY'S. Stuart Fltiaiklai aol Util Work Ie uI A...... "._. O..ld..1. ...1... _..d. which, th,t maP him aaalnitiKht ; .I .
W. T FACET, Mir Apia Btuart; .t ... S& I" ""'h..... ......... I.. end ...b....'..." sod..I&.tntO. In thy .111,. Ft.1 : Cno., iiI/, ',;
Telephone 1M RENT TIIREE ROOM WARRANTY I toe fort wtoo Will ko rtitrvod from anyMFool .0 M.tls CooclO, to tIm
A, C e.._ ot ca to Mania WlnitoaC r-s-- 19 Uomoittcat* Ikrouik waiok. ,..... .la an aa. C.sN II.: : oeort pin-Id.. suShis I I ( ,;,
1111I11111111111111111I111111111I111I111111FOR APT NEWLY DECORATED, 10. Uoraalatloa4S. .."nut.'. road A. to .11 ..... |lOt| .. ts from tka dataof .
ALL ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GIFT TO ITALY ..."hi:. Alalyhi I. "o.od F. 2.e.T ; :. ow ... ; ; 41, sole, .. onhof. 01 IU! ........... ..d tIn firM ..bU.'r., :,. ot this Notlr. I i 4
: SALEiiiimiiimiiiiiMiiuiiiimmimii AIRY T, O..h.fA. > WilSon PAbfo,4 r- 1"1 J uda IkrN.fonrthi af. Mkar. ailaarala. will b. Kark elttm, ar dnaotnl aiuot oo I 10 woO.toe. .,\
REASONABLE YEA - 'm us 4L0n.llrug rmxtvrd.Lot.. ... wool Htotfl lbs pl t... of _I.... ..
ROUNIr RENT. PHONE 300.' MRS. B Arbmtut ..( Id Id kobmt R. "'_ "<<1 fIE( ,... f":' aad motwrff addrtut of 'Ik* claimant. 'I
By O D :
MAY t QUIGLEY 'TriMUM ., Re** Summer .LoOM. t* ..... a Jx.rv. ntt. 1 to 17 I In.. usd LjlI' II .. and MUM mat Sea .plaoa of ......... I '.,
2 .
tl LJiunderal -- ten 1. 110_ h; 44I52.f 50 no lOseS. St3.ow t to. II Inn.laInk Ia. ..."!, or kli ...... ,. ar It will .bo* ,
SALE e4 TYPEWRITERS; FOR RENTByweek The Ladles Missionary Society C W. Cnhb.e. M on <. ftUMT. AruoMIf a T. NoethoWO &/001 NW'4 50-s .Id, .,en.dise lao l low. .
1 only I months, pertecidillun met at the church July 7. Mrs .. .... fTl-r-ll- -05 8W\t.\ a. I. 1'3 I en05. 'ScSi" .tlt 5040. _

bargain at $150.00ed TJie Stuart or month.New- Office Phone'. 300. J P. Wllbar gave the devotional III..h, A, Kiln. It un 18 L.. a. : : : II t.rodWATERS U.. 50. T. a. 5,. II.E. 41.\ A. ......u1or jANet.1 ,h.C'LARK 0.tsmethnaia5.lII.nEII. IMrTn l

gal range. Crown Deluximl tFOB followed by a hymn with Mrs H. Smltk: ot an la M"rM' t turf I,uftaott .. 1U'I-I--II.a I 1-1- Lot II. .II aad II, Blo' ..k cat ......... '' ,\ 'I.
condili: bargain at 115- RENT -r Two. down-tow D. B* ar rt .. ta Uladya K rVnAndrow Loll t .. 10) ,laa, Blork 4a: Lou MILHAkL. O. LITTMANLEGAL : I 1WAI000IsV
apartments. Newly furnlnhed. Gladys perry at the piano A Loafer .. jua Lanio. .t m. .... ..... :- I to 4 .kw. aad I ta 10 I Ino.. SinuS. 0., F..noon.. :
[all i Electric Service Post OfU letter of thanks was read froma G.i .1....,. rt "> to Arnold( Uamr. : 14; 1,011 I to I Ine, Blork; 17, Fob Jtv II. IS, su .54 tOAD. lode' .
All electric equipment. Phone AmMidi; illuS, of PuSs Oily, la Lgt'AtVERTIIiMEN1' I !
Arcade, Phone U. package the MOSTGAGgSaceSo aa ,
sent ,
Stuart I. society to WI..ta.; .. ox .. A. C. Cusne IB o ran. 41 fB Da. .Haetloaa. '
JulylSi\ : I Salerno, Italy some )months ago. IN WORKSHOP completion at the Florida StatE I-/l", 'TA II. R.K. 41 NOTICE \\I
*'ORRENTI ,;;;;ra'I Mrs Fred Pedenen had chargeof A. M. r.f OK to AyCo'n ISatov.. Tallahassee July 15.-Among University\ Is Wendell D. Waters, TO AND ALL TO ALL WHOM INTERESTED IT MAY CONCERN FART1E5INotloo ) :,! .

SALE sohitely! new4wheeL chine and edger Keflnlsb the lesson A gilt Wall presented C. H. .Ath..UasS, Ii........ OK ta CItiasao lInnkOndr.H participants In the bulletin production I Martin County High School band Ckinland.Lot. 4 Addition to II lie U .Palia Shah" SIP r a, ,II .hrrky .i"n, That .koar / ,

Ml, drive Jeep" your floors at reasonable rate. to Mrs S D. Sever who P..b A..ld II."... workshop now nearing director of Stuart. Kill of Go.. tnt. -. as I. Nt ICI. ,In will bo hold, I In.tbo .C4tr Molt, .CII, ot j'fl'\'\
8'oart. Motto C' .n'.. Florida at 1 5
; I' 7'. P Ii Cu.. _10. l7.l-0. $0.RI .
Wer tiied heeL Alto extras.Luble Phone IM Stuart CORRECTID WAltRANTY ,
Is leaving soon Refreshments J..ss .. : II.LI. clock. .. ai. T,Iday 0 July. !.<.. anUfcarU t S50onot
Nohn.kos' to lId_ Curie. ..'
for' many p......*. Co. atOK 01 Cop "V tUstt to UnIt posolsI.
were served to Mrs Bever, Mrs ..nTILf' II md 10 SInuS. II: 1.MsS 8. HnKtyiunanno -. toy ...........11_ I .
int I15M takes. It. Phone RENT-48M week, Urge Martha Whittle Mrs W L.More I I. RELIASE.. OF MORTCACBAn SALES J U Sea U* For 4 sod G. Ilk,.. U. Ao.ndnd. lint ,00 a onothitoll... 'Ut... oed dnsltip, atm ''
rwter t plckminaINCORPORATION
Roy .
I.J.I for. Information.. double rooms" twin hollywood rltt Mrs O. D. Qulgley. Mrs WU- CERTIFICATE "I r.lm COO. .. l I. PH I. Sae, ilI. pr-lwttr .....u .. LI, I itO 5. Otoeb '. I

July Itt bed Rex Hotel Federal bar Mrs. Mrs. C.. InnoynoOnt ....... at Soartin .I E R Una P B C... 5.051550 11/1 1.0. U. Oohdlei.loo. ..Pla... SoshI. I
Hwy George Qsborn : r f1[ j3"j A P-urs pta: .1. I Olio HI. Pilot; h>orit C. ,. Florida.pabHe '
( <, lo Tkr Cobllr; ]
0" .U !
at bridge tf : C. C. Jacobs, Mrs. Ferry and Mn .\\.1" .. ..) record*. f,,,ntlnz on Lust FourthKtroot I I
.... <4< __ OF MORTOAC "1"lri" 1 l'' r" 'STYCASDEN5. and l.cinl Ha tin County Htithbe I
SALE sirotif wooden too 11. Block I. PALM (
Pederson CltlMai Bank of .... ,. C. B. Ar.koiraiC SERVICE | Parts ,, : .
A 0bdlIlen I .4' I'' 1. I. sold Cit. GossIp s.d
I. lids. SOc eachune at ...
no "ARCH Of TKIIMFH. the treat .. 015'. sOld Itr-tIO'ItI. 0.1,5 now p.o.4 IIrosid.yt
I F It I
Mr. and Mrs. 8 D. Bever ClUaaai Xonk of H.uart tan 5.Ol ynaaln TO > .
Steel St. Lttcle Blvd were to TyooaSPKIALTV \ +.l "C' ... t. HorMlnc. wkrtkor.ould "
*. lore story you re been waiting I WARRANTY Srciloa It r.. in, B Ktvtiil 41;
business callers In West Palm Or lot ...11 ptot"" .ro-aond
3ulyIISALgCos. to .ee'- at The Lyric Theatre Beach Thursday They left A. P. and.''no.M. O Knmar to Oslo Mo*. ARNOLD BAUER I.... I ... I. BIooIt 5. CLBVI-: .u boll.... "IT' I. .tbsi. rofuul of City I,
Sunday and Monday lul,15 I.AND SEcOND ADDITION S Sob.dlIloo ,anhol, t 1 I
Boxer puppies for Pontiac, m. Mrs MORTGAGE I' 0 a NINO I HOARD Of
I : of T'a'to 20. 10. II.r
S. I. DIU! .
iI.IliISilillIilllllIilllIlhllilllIlliIIlllIlllSERVICE I Gladys has Ie AIIo".h" Ii' B.nh. St. Lucie 142.W ('lIe Fr-.i no IS PUs TRIO CITY Or STUART, IiIEIf'1"I"\ ',
taper. Eden, Indian' River Br Perry bought the' Boulevard Phone : 1:11I1.1 .,
I : : .
OFFERED 55, P 0 Co.. ; Byi T. J F I I.I I I
July IZ 1 Bever Place and will move In as .. (
; .1111I1111I11I11111111111111I111111'11I11'11'............................................... lOOn as they are none MAN'S HOURS Oft VA CONTACT sa. a.IL 11 fury 1 and B, 1. .4 Ohalraiaa.Pnblluk .. ,I I


Ipurtftman 04tL All, practically Aluminum. brand.Mobile ;strongs Inlaid Linoleum and lAuderdale this week visiting Effective AJOIIeph;; : E. PHON'E STATE 0V '''PRIDA. NOTICE:' OF APPLICATION FOR 'TAX '

Asphalt Tile. Rubber and Cork. her son. Oeorge Gum veterans contact officer i 353A8STRACT CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) bUD .
'15ot. Phone' 156-J Hon.. Sit N. 1002NOITII'IC I'
351' I' U Tile. Guaranteed Installatlo Mr. and Mrs, a E. Lane and I will be In Stuart on Friday of A. TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY II, J .. Poior.50V.

--..... by expert mechanics Griffin. daughter, Mary, Mrs Martha each week Instead of Monday, Offices AI T...|_ I. I. Fn.t.MACTN .. !: m Hmmv; : rivrv that t
C. C. ahl,.. tIn Hal lor. of tho folk, >wtneortlfloou .
< SALE .-. Bicycle like net. Fcker, Inc., 900 S. Dixie, Fort Whittle. Mrs John Whittle and lit was announced by the Veterans Arthur, Dehon .Building COUNTY. h.. tiled laid rrtuloata for a

.1 trade for row boat 17! _Fierce! May l. If Mores and Donald Metzger of Administration office In Stuart .V Florida B> T H. CUNN, D CP.bll.h ta> atf4 to ho mood tlwrooa. Ttioorrtlfleato ;,
island A'.. UI ritusvllle dinner I West Palm Beach. e '.1)0 II. I.H. nomoor. an4 coo of Joooawro, I
July SPENCER SUPPORTS for we. were guests tIm d5ceiptioe' nf th. HKunrtr nod Ikonaiaaa
----- men Men belts Luella Downey Sunday ot Mrs. Mary Chandler. I Gum's- hours;, in the ,office of COURTEOUSFAST 1 > LEOAI. ADVE- !TISSMENT..-. | lawlilish It woo wnaionl men put \

SALE e.* RENT_Building. 1101 Orange Ave. Fort Mrs"Charles Conrad of Salerno Harris. R. Lowery, ,Jr.. In the SERVICE IN THE COUNTY JUDTE COURT OF. liIoosl 44eoeslri.ot. ;

table) for lodge room or can Firrce. Phone 197-M for ap- Shores Mr. and Mrs Mac,'Me.sughlln Oughterson Bldg. will be from aam PERSONNEL TRAINED FOR ACCURAO' OVER QUARTER MARTIN COUNTY. STATE OFFLORIDA. No.. I.toar .

Made late S Apt. ITS Clev*. polntment tt of New York and Mrs until <4< p.10. Shortage of CENTURY fLORIDA ABSTRACT REPRIiSE/ft'ING' AND TITLE SXPERILNC IN H1.UAKB 'THI ESTATC > of .lInsottop l.ut; J

nel An, July JSKM BUllDOZING Mary Chandler.enjoyed a plcnlo personnel In the West Palm A FLOR'DA 1111K INsURANCI CO.sEsouscat OP. I Ih rirlptlDit. of ..........11'', Traot Mfnot '
Land-clearing, AttICS B lIeYITTY'. Ir
luncheon at Fort Pierce Beach Beach office was given the OVI: "Looo..oeY ......... by ml fort In NW onrnor ofNKH
FOR SALE-Oa Hwsr 141t ditching and fillIng Phone as a STAT..!! d. ; ., NEt. of fC'i"" an In DBII ,

Game M acres, I house K9.W. tf last week. reason for this change Ilk... ... ad G.."," Mysoeu' All .NOTICE......_ .c TO..CaEDI1:0R5. .._.:. .q A....... poicr I. Sartloa I. T. 40. R K.Naiao 05

Mrs Mary Chandler) with Mrs : .. .. .hnb ..... \
excellent' condition, with 'i II.VIIIP. a ,In whlrk aauooi Gxonrrty U.
OVT until it late
WAIT toe
Martha Whittle and daughter- .SSA REPRESENTATIVE HERE fAd .04 erio50d, In fIn 5.t15Inerd.n.ndu ..._
king house, wash shed wb..h( lho. .. j :
See us today for auluuiebll bseeaenln.t
ufe. F, F. Acla..... Uobemd n-law, MTI. John Whittle, wW Prompt application by: qualified l- .501 as's' ,is lb.. alit. .f .h. C..tr All of 'M' property. h.'tyf I. tU ,
Fla Insurance that yon need uDder celebrate their birthdays together persons for retirement or M. Marshall I..... 01 M.,0. C....,. Flo.ld' M ISO Cu.. of Martlr. st.Sa of ,.....,...
Phone nt tft the new financial responsibllMy with dinner at the home 01 survivors benefits that have been David ........... .t 5Inust. PIn-Sin, within 1I.1... auck ..rtIfJ.... or ....IfJ..... .
.0.51 t., .....01.. .001k. ,.... tit. duo .kail aa rrdoiatrd armrdlntf ta law tkaproporty '
S.u.E-Good. young .addle Law. Theodore Drhon A Mr. and Mrs S. E Lane ot Palm earned under the Federal old ..d., 'ho II.... ..bI..ott. ., lbS n.S.aOloeb 1 jiracrlbrd tn unit: xrtlflcot, : or I 1'1'TIb

one. I. C Klckllter.. Box Son. Dehon Bill,, Phone 11 City Sunday age and survivors Insurance pro- 45)kOunco. the, Removal ol isisOFFICES oad> .I.Im... alsISt.r .....S..d.no.1_ .be of I.,soiden 00,4.0 _Ifl.. .at,...the wilt coorl.b.. Mild boaoo to door thl hlthMtbnldor o* .... I 11'n. f 'l

M, Stuart, Ha. Juno Z4tfSALi.4aed tf Mrs. Frits Anderson and gram wag urged today by.RcOehrken. lad poat .affln addroii of tat .I.losntn.dtbe.motobe tIns Moaday I In .....b of Ainruit, 104". '

fit 1fS8 ES. elastIc stockings aughter, Sallla Lee left Satur- Jr., manager W the 1.Aw tbr claimantli. .hl... I. tke Sod dir of Auid ...... IttlII.
5 Electrie Stoves .. ...... .. klo ittanuw or It will kr I ... (.... S"th Uy of Juno, I005Ctyylt ,
West Palm ,
knee pad, anklets, etc. Stuart day for Philadelphia and At Beacb offlce oVlhe .torn. void, according. to .law. ( Court XnD)
id Rtfrlgeratora. Ideal for Vrvf Corp. tf00l'O antic City for the summer with Social Security Administration: Dated 'hIs 71k.. day of July. A. D. 1(4*. 3. R. POMFROYClerk I
ital Apts. Bartlett BMbL, 311 He announced that ALBKRT R. NeVITTY. I.. of Circuit Court ol
have trouble with your Mr. Anderson a representative to the second: floor of the Al Ancillary AdaitalalraUr With Tka IOniio County, Florida. j.
!.a Ave. none 10S bens Then Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith would be In Stuart at the Will;: Aonoint of Iko f....... of AlbutF 0rtT.M, ;lNN.D.O I
not ,
laying use
Jury IS, tf H..a..mlD..) Stuart Feed moved to their new home In court house beginning at 10 4.mTuesday ,Citizens Bank' of Stuart BuildingTelephone OUCHTrRSON: M.VIIt.. d.oro.,4 and JBANCISL. I Pah. July 1. 8. IS and II 104a.I i '
: SALE-AM FM table mod- Store.. U Eldorado Height In Stuart and to transact take such other applications business I !- Number 345 Atinusy H, M.. RANI for 'IK. .... I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT !1 1sllahs.s. ,

rtdw, Instilled complete : AGENTS; for Gould Pumps. Allite Monday Sob July i. 1 It, l"aod7 A. P II4H. .?. .. ........... ,
,(IK Mr. and Mr*. Bert Babcock ot under the program. lu. 8,
Qmly fS4JO. I *. Immediate delivery. LEGAL l04&I I ,
Stuart called Mrs. W. W. "
Stuart Hardware Ce 04
___....400-__ Brown and daughter, *9, Sun- 'TAKC NOTICK lbI .h. Tn.so. of I
8AlE- -Are you going on a iw u day .ho .tr.1 a..hot Cb.... ., Stut, F'- NOT1CR lo hortbr (Iron, that tho fttata
(Ida will.. July 17 104. roorlv. s.dtori' Board uf KAnKon of tar Btatoof Florda -
i ii
ationt I*%" aft on all port- llllIihIllllluIlhllllIiIIIiilllIlililillIlillOlBUSINSSr' ; 1 Mrs Mary Chandler and Mrs i bid. at 7,10 p. la for .roatodrllaa. will offer for ..!. and nod -roorlr*
>k radios In stock. July only OPPORTUNITYiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiimiuiiiMiimiiiiiir Carles) Conrad shopped In Fort AN INVITATIONNO 'ron' ., laid cburrk. A son of lb.I.n. omr..tHr bl.. 'la Taltohaoloo Florida. .; .1 ,
r .. and iprcifiratioai. for told work Os lIttle o'cluck. .A. M. July 'O'h. I 5544
rjlett Brot. July 15. tf .lerce Tuesday Sen 10 fllo with, a..I... Ldrntlcld. 100k 0., land lit MARTIN COt NTY loarrlkoili. .
WANT It lease new established Mr. and Mrs Mack McLaugh- _. Alhani' Ara.. Btaart Martin fvllewii, S

SALE -;. Our friendly at* Restaurant to sober couple in left last week for their homeIn ADMISSION ALL FREE Cnn-. "1.. 4
I and title All bids. .nould ... aoeoatpanknl. kr a All less Hood R/W of .
lisurance serr M.... M.I A..,YVithara.. Box. 315 New York after two weeks irllfM. ckork. lor M: of thi kid nriroTbo I.. Townib. III ....'h. R.... IIKoit '
Ceu are now geared fc* the with- Trtutmi of tko Flrat Baptlit Churchmono ...'.1.'.. aI4... ....... ((8UBJFUT .
Mr and Charles
July 15 hero Mrs.' \
Jupiter. TO ALL MY .
anti KIND t. No, 411 an*
and requirements of you tk* ticks' u nloot any ar all : t.i::
I Conrad. Mrs. McLaughlin .is aaughter.of .bioo. PIHn October ), I I I
fen are eerdlally Invited' SEE Jon Hall In the new adven- \ FRIENDS I
iake' of : .. : for PInt ..... 'Vhs .......,., hide15 .. .ar Ike
UM our title facU- turee of Robin Rood, "The Mr and Mrs Henry Kopf were I \, : Attorney Baptlit 0. of toot. Iodocell.lits

ft at any time, Our eourte- I'' Prince' of Thieves," Lyric Theatre the luncheon. guests of Mr. and : IN STUART A. July Stuart 8 sad Fnu U. It... I,
and I Tho sole. li and whoa raada. ibiO 04ubjrrt .
fast service, will de- I Saturday only. July 15 An. Charles Conrad Saturday LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT lo tOo .Board .......,.. unto Haolf t
kt Torn. The Kopfs of Harmor all notroloim. ......|" oilatral, T, I
are owners
I ABSTRACT A TITL 111111I11I111I11I1111111I1111111111I111I1111I111NOTICES Tea Room In Orlando and are IN TaO COURT 0" COUNTY JUDC& and mrtala tkonton .. "' ..-..... i I I

SVIANCB COMPANY, INC.. laying a few days In the Stuart COMELISTEN IN OF TeL MARTIN: MATTFRjOP COUNTY.THE FLOaIDA. Tb. Bta'. Board of FduaatlnH roaorTH .; "t '

"Ices Arthur Dehon Bldg, iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiOTICE' Hotel. KSTATB OF lbs rlikt to net any and all bMl .t. 'f I IBY

I ROT 8, STATES : Beautiful girt heiress Donald Terry left Monday I ATTK AB BS. MUNCH DWBABlin ORDER ot lb. .. 5soe4 ., Bd. .f .
F '''!dent General Mfr NOTICE sotios1 tII. ...ta 55 ,....... .
and TO
to a great fkrtimev seeks. marriage night for Jacksonville to enlistIn CREDITOR: ; .
P er ALL CRIUITOKS. of tko ....Ia of I t
It t Ctast quarter century florid I .,"B. F.> Daughter," Lyrio the V S. Navy To What I Have'To Say At the!' Meeting of the latth, Arckor MoanS. ._.... ana .korokr MILLARD P. CALDWEI2. :t. I
Abstract ,
experience) Theatre HBay and tomorrow_ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fendarvia .tll.d and. roqalrod .. file aiwlilm. .
L__ July.I 15 It tt 15 .. ....,.nd. wadeS th., nor ka.aitkil ATTEST t:
__,.__ : July and Mr. and Mrs. Emory De- : 0 !
.0.4.05 mid masts to 550 .If. 01 thuC c.i.a KniHia ........, ,
SALE-All for part of'ap3B Loach arrived home Wednesday ..... Jndeu of 11.1. Con-It. ,. ..I...... a lal. Board of Kdaoitlon,
IIlmatel NOTICE for all kinds electric andRefrigeration Oh Ehrht ...._. moatki from tin I
<4< In Hahlraa.
riverfront feet fter
spending July .
362 I STUART COMMISSION ..... of II,. flrat >okll. .atlo* of this Polo. I.... ,
call 1-
Hervtee 14 July I. IS
lt't halfway) betwee Jensen a. with relatives and friends. ....... ..... Ibm. .., or Onand .... .. kr I. 1141. "
p4 Fort Pler e. Twenty-ttvo Days. 142 W. Kites. Those who attended a picnic .."1.* sod S... ...tO tko plus. ., mUdoaoo LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "

Ira,. per foot IS M for ARNOLD M. BACCRFrlgldalre lunch at Horomla Ranch Sunday -.r: H>fflo> add,..: of tkalalm.nl
or \ atuat a* awora kr tk* NOTICE OF .APPLICATIONFOB' TAX-
If It.. Half rash Charles t.Eudail Sales. Service wore Mr, and Mr.> O. D .,liimant kta aronl .r a4 ontor. .. IInut DEED 1h

"'n r, 411 I3rd St., Its Pixie SIgh ay Stuartrjf.crr.INa Quigley and. sons. Jesse andG. P. M. Wednesda&e Ibis.hieoino tka lcd void oar aoeordlav., 1.1,w.>I law>4... Houoo BIB No. lr.aNOTIff '

.tt Palm Beach Fla.t At! .. falling In love sorgo Kathleen Stevenson 7 July 28I (HARLEU HUNrrT IB neRGBT: OTVTK. tail .
1'; .1 no lIthe. Carver Mr. and.Mrs. P. A. Ihoratar of tko E.t.to of Mattw\ aroiia, HItch lbs ko4o>r ol tko ,._.. .
ADI'.IT Gladys I
can be Belts Davis in "Win Arrkor Muark. i onrtlflrato( baa Hkiil. sold, _III.... for a \,
fOIL BALI OuUTdi ter Meeting," Mrift Theatre, 1. Scotten and daughters Joan JOHN. t. MOORB.Attomoy to. drdorrtlricau. Os ho .-.... tOn.... The t I 1
''We and Cassia Mae Mr and Mrs aIL AM GOING TO ,ARGUE IN THE for Kxooutorrob. I atimbor" and yoar sd benson..
Flat White (1J"Itlkw \ .
Tuesday and Wednesday- July S. 1 It sod uo It". tba doaorlollon of tko> yroporty, sad Iko I I :
Isi litton Mr. and' Mrs. Oeorge .
4-g alleioroad k>U.Col> July .l.mi5nnh15b5wo.unodoos.1o5os 1"

porch and deck ....amfl'llll : Brownlee and family and Leon AMERICAN WA r LEOAL ADVERTISEMENT S

IU' te 'US per ral- Conine ot Kobe Sound. After IN COURT Of THE COUNTY JUDGE, t'ntttl.o'l. No.. t. .\

1" hob; Sound Lumber Co. CLONTS TO MEETI 0 lunch the young people. enjoyed MARTIN FLORIDA.COUNTY, STATE 'OP t.. .. 1.-..., I ; i ,

y jig. Apr.M ttIIL CouhtT Judge Arth t R. ClonU horseback riding TO MAKE OUR. TOWN. THE MOST PROGRESSIVE IN FROBATI DourlpUoaj of Prwaartft .... 40.. :' '
I Mr and Mrs CX D\ Qulgley and a IN er .Ioa E..lo at Sink II, Boobor fork. B/D of (art .
B. I will attend the, luna t meeting UNDERFLORIDA'S SUN \ JOHN ACQUIt.LIA BO 5fNxn4soispsupoe..J4501'
fO HIGHWAY Miss Katherlne and Miss loan =;. ,
17. Baotloil 1, TA 41, 50.5. li.Ihill r rN.
It. *i U I. No. 1 hwy. 111 01 the State County Judges Azooclati Scotten motored to West Palm To All Wkoai H Mai Con ra, ; I

r' It. lllee'- Sooth .< Stuart, n In Key Wool\tomorrow eachThursday on business.Mr Step .No. 1... A NEW CITY MANAGER 04os.No4lo fllod I b ..korobv hIs flaal. .1 boos nworl Sort a*Soda Adaria.F. IbO.... ... .1eII _. ... .S. 15

r of Jlobe Sound Fine .baal-, and Saturday: and Mrs. Clolse Vaaui and .ln_ d. ....... a.s of tko aotaM olao I
u ait4. Special price IB.35 \ children left Sunday' for then I...... .v.1III... _n. _. 55.5 All .t sold. penporty bate ia .he ?
"*. per bia, lllod hla potltioi for flaal .,.. Cs-sIr of ....u.. nan.. 4 ,........ I
t for .......t. Broken home In- CrawfordvUle after a .._ .A tko ha will aealr <.. ... .sn-n. s.etld4.sts. s. OwOlOSnS.a I S
F'Patl.! CARD OF THANKS: i iJ week here with.! Yaausa sister rioaarakla Artkar aV CI_... 00..', ko rrdonaod .aoaordln to .law. Ik.aroprrty I I
I J. BtAIN HENRY P. LYONSWatcfc ,Jldn '"f Martial, Cattatr Florida aa tko dowrloid la. ,.'h ...."..... o* I
'e acknowledge with deep appreciation Mra. Donovan Smith. IllS dec of AaatiM. 141. far appro**! _1U....... will bo onuS. to tbo It........
[ lit, Olympian Bids Mrs. Jack Saunderson leader, of aarna aa4. far fiaat oSachona aa AdnlaUtratar litdor, at tha coart Soon door. .. tka '
I If the many expressions with Jackie Sannderson Casale ,. konb sos ol tko ootataof tInt Monday. la .otk ot A..,.., lt<..
May Joh,. AcaiillUa 5...... donaiid. which la tit*, Ind aar of Mast lOde I
P oALE:-Ttble and, messages o( sympathy\ I have Mae Bcotten Norma Crawford Next Wee Paper For 'Asnounconmen{ of Place Where City Cons.jns'oslon' OatM this. llf$ dor of Joly, 5040.SWAIN Dol.d thla.' Silk daf ol Juo.,14 I
model radio; recent be- Leads Simmon an* JanePea- r BOWK A (ClroaJI Qotut Sail, 4
r eombl..IJe.a 181.J1O. received line my A. Adolnlotoosnr' ds ....10 sos ., t R. FOatCMOT. ,
Will SoA AacomanodaU he
rho. .m. halo returned ,bom. Saturday Meet$ .* .t' Large Crowd ..hit.U"(. h_ Cbrk. ., Clmirt Oourt of
= :
8artl i roev.ment.Frsngta3. aftet a week In 4-H Club work Martin unty. Fkrfda" .
July 15,1*1 Orlbbltt.!, Oeal I Feb" fin> d." .MW Sin 1*. IMSX.' B>t t M OUNMv Bk 4k
M CampMcQuarrte- new
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CREDITS REPORTED trust fund on deposit In Washington -
', Tallahassee :July U. --Florida' I reached f72.429,84UO aL Worth

.I It I' credits In the unemployment- -,.the end of,June Sailfishers Hosts to Lake Sundaj

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i j I" ;"': LYRIC 'TUART.THEATRE Fir bRlDA FIRST CONTEST PRICES Arlington REDUCED, N. 9., July' IS.-Th Palm City Civfc dates RECREATION GETS GOOD-RESPONSE PLAN ter diiectedd rolled her in by.the An the ewbluu Rea cn,,,'

: Du Pont Company announced fcncouraglnf has been ave5lp "
} ,' By H. M. LUECRECX response youngster, are turnln
: 'r ,
SLATED. AT today reductions amounting to ont
21 secured !tor the youth recreation for recreation
PAGE l .... about 25 cent In for acWnuel k
I Ii per price
1 \ nylon monofilament In pound The membership drive of the JUNIORS S .PLAT ptograni l planned for the sumnt in the mem
: Palm City Mess Club now underway r at' the Stuart schools: Principal M forth, hobby and ena,
CUD ;:i. 1. \J tests of 30, 40, M and to. This passes for
LEAD AT STAKE resulted In a new high of3T girls in
.. P. Johnwkk said ,e.tei-
ATI V ., ; nylon has many use in salt and K.: and hobble
members at the group's July directed
: I fresh water fishing Including Its
,\ : 8 meeting and with more residents y.Nearly Mary Ellen 1 Manba ,
d" as fishing line and leaders,
, use
.A '
150 have en- Monday
persons as will
their Inten
expressing archer
\', .' ,. Phone Clewuton Win 6-5 Decision and on snelled -hooks. *..
'I ? r
I 1 span j i I I ,,,: ions of Joining the Initial goal '''
Paint i .\ ,. ..I? 1 There a* Roberta of 60 Is near at hand. It Is hoped The Lk5 f lnJborteorhd ,)shier\
WhbtfacU1, : f \. for I* Star II SEEKING DEGREES this may be secured for next baseball 1 tehd' tv' J'to" FRIDAY and "SATURDAY''
; r rlal .' ., ;I j. r Schrr DeLand, July IS. A record Tuesdays session The commit pect oMII\ blel1tI/ flee d4Y'
I.i if ,I ;.,;: dole SOUTH FLORIDA' COAS1'GLADES number of candidates for degrees tee Include 8. Q. prews, S. X. during pie nest "'1Itr1l 'tattln'
J 1"I LKACUK w L ivi.TBAT from stetson University Lane and myself. in Fort k ice et 4 'tul'll" SPECIALSStuart
,-,1 1 ... ,.. 20 the J'a1M fleeth s<>111
II 1 to be awarded Aug. at Our territory extends south night. OVAL
.... .
\ -l.wl.iun Pm5 I 1' I I ,555 ITImnton end of the summer term were from the bridge around the loopto trip her JJPM/ (We a' 3 Did.
: 1 '
: ,/tr MtLt nh J '"" on file today In the office of the Arundel Shops road,north Mondayp4 SV" ( will' rettrn 4

f' I ,. tint" /-r:. B..''ti .V,:.I e I' ltd 111/ Acting Dean William Hugh Me- to the St:Lucle County line and the visit o4dotsds7 Oft rI1 OA'
''j II III .. LAST SUNDAY'S RESULTS Entry, II all the application west through the Palm City The )Ju'yJ'\ J We t a hea'lbre'k'! <
Hoinnon Until 5 Wnt Isle B..cb t, are granted.\ President J. Olll Farms area. Every man who Is Bd Moi'dey .-.
\ ; Otowtainii:: : 5. 5715A11' S.Lk .. er to \\t1.TjMw Pf )!
\ I .... w.,", |, ."".."0 'I. Edmunds will award 81 diplomasat Interested In this 'community afternoon ,)4.16 for thel, firm Department Store
31< .1, $< :\, 1.5. Worth NEXT..SUNDAY'S" CAME the commencement exercise" *. development should be with,,, us straight IS/tut. slid a retlirA
:., .. .. and Is needed and wanted.
{! A Proudly Presented .rn Umrh 't W. P.lm BtukP match tllt/e\ / ye'terdaf WAs Post'
1 For Your _,IHIII. .Ct.wi.UJB UI| third this .was Members to date include Steve poned W l\n.\ After titre 11)1" Percale Prini

(; 1 :, \H. f t SUPREMEENJOYMENT Still clinging slender no puzzle appearance from the start.year A Blasko, .Albert.Burson. !, William ing .the" \Lft iltll'tt tallied on
a Burdick, O. B. Cadwell S. O. tor two In the
three hI\ tll\1l '
In +
I f double play erased a pas Selection' of "t
5 half.game lead atop the Crews, Chester Crews, Henry f>
: last ofhave Sl\e\ kh M the tat stanza but he came apartIn
...; 1F 1II 1r I ); THE VERY FINEST IN MOTION South Florida Coast-Glades the 2nd. The first two batters Crews, Norris C. Cossaboor, Paul H Vt Kr tL" bl4. tOt Color and Pattern .

1s .; PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT! League Stuart's shaken Sail- drew walks Owen singled one De vnblss. C. E. Felnauer Dai- hit to left'\ // \IgCed ]P I) to* )I'M'- Regularly Priced'at ,
I fishers will get back on home Harben another and Robert ton Oarrett, Frank Glass E. M. stop for \Ui. vM out tntb Uland S9c and 69c
'f Hlgbee Lee Hlgbee, Douglas Jofl& on. tP J< besewltii
I home soil Sunday when three-base smash brought
Leighton, C. Xelghton, H. M. : 39c Yd
tfardlcKin ,
the total to four and off Griffin the tying fnyfetlj x
Lake Worth will trip here
t andSATURDAY walked. Evelyn came on to fan L'Heureux, L. J: Murphy. C. F. nU5td A y5rtt hart in the
for a bargain bill double- Patterson C. A. Petty.U J. film !
FRIDAY the first two of his U for the 3rd i Innillk /4y t\"art 1 DAY ONLY headed at 2 p. m.. on the mons P. T. Simmons George A. theThe jA. MEN'S
A DOLLAR SIGN WHtr HER day but not before a passed ball '
I HEART SHOULP ElMUTA DOUBLE FEATURE East Cth St. diamond. Smith, EmU Stossel, H. A. Bud t Washable
1 let In Robert lC\rI bY \tpAln\"n' : /
.1 DIVIL IN MINK... AND IHI] ,..-,.- The first game will be the one Stuart ..tarted'Jta comeback I In hoff, Herbert Taylor, Henry BeUe Qiwfo k63 On( IO8 la 8 Slack Suih
f MIN IN Nal Wit Volts, R. L. Wall, F..J., Walton, a
Af,4MNI 1I officially scheduled here Sunday the 3rd round a* Clewlston' errors Ross Wltham R.' F, Worthamand Stuart'"\. /'10 J10 OfllS: 4.95 Set
4 ,r i k>aeYrr1o00rr.a and will\ be nine full innings played a vital part. but V. V. Wortham: Farme' 'I-tld V.tber'; 9trr. a

The second contest will serve asa when a run short of a tie Clew Palm City to a man has a HardwIcK fl. 1'.1\4 li'td"'Ie
ajiE second attempt to make up Iston notched what proved to Wright 111.<
t bone to 'pick with the U. 8. Engineers
', the rained-out (lit slated between be. the winning counter. Tills Department for their .
the teams June 20 which was materialized from a fielders (nClt. tNl>iI
laxness In permitting the formation
1 washed out a second time here choice sandwiched between passes of numerous sand ban In WITH rA.t f of CAfib;
July I, It will be only seven In-
: and Roberta' third blow to
the 6t. Lucle south of the bridgeat '
nings. Admission to both games score Hare. Robert strandedtwo Frank fcut: VU 'w''deq II '
the time the channel was last
KN.dM will be the usual 60 cents, Stuart more Sallnsher in the 7th directed vW(. rr Plall\ttt! Boy
dredged. Not only are they '
1 W w Na,1es Manager John N. Mann an and Horace Arnold on a singleIn dangerous and unsightly but act A. J. B-MJ iii th toJltlu4lni Dungaree
nounced. session ot t WfUr>e terns of Circuit "
the 8th to save his decision. I
U barriers to small craft which Sites '
6 16
Ft\nlt to
Hwlii Mann also announced that COII't"'f\ Judge
Thanks to rain two weeks ago formerly could navigate at will
4 e.A League President James M. Wardof 'scheduled A. Smith b1.the tourt house M"day Friday andSaturday
Clewlston missed It* on that broad reach of the river.
Ckxks ( Lake Worth has changed his mans. 11\ tree Ot\1tr\ ege '
i 511rrettcoswas ;
N5I INna match in Pompano creating the They likewise damage property scheduled r0 I! be heAd fridar ltaa I
3aiky6 iiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiiF. present difference between It values of riverfront areas, and it RauleraolO\ *,J.Cane As5 $1.95
.T YN eNNN and Stuart. However Pompano la tile Intention of this organization .
Filmed From J. P.MarquandV Q continued Jog (trill,
Plus ._ Ai 4 \
I I II slated In Clewlston Sunday to employ all possible means
Seller!II Ii .... ... +
Belt Cartoon and 1 101 bill\ la expected'' to toward, this condition 1/-
and twin
; 1.,; II.d'.d. ..... .. ..,.. 5 .4715I. a having DGDGE I Merchandise
ALSO 'Mungle Girl" Serial No. 6 Un/. ..... ... ,111 make up the miss.. A double win remedied.We The sctsitlled\ Stuart DwUSre'Okeecholbl of
"Stork Crazy"--Cartoon for the home club would knot notice also that the State

ii iii--iiiiiii: .,. .., the) lead Ramblers.should Stuart overcomethe Road signs Department, has moved if one our believesin com- Dixie, Pak.l J{ gain SHy( bert V,et. jtu'post! I 2 Free'Any* Rides of for the Each above$1.00 Ite_paid ton

ponee110\ aut. brie Peep
SUNDAY and MONDAY 5 .: ., :! Sunday' box STUAJITAB score: from munity Stuart an additional maklpg it 3 9 'miles miles arranged lt lcr t B nest, SUlllla1.
a B ro A E it was
I 1ebOtteJ
r At REGULAR I PRICES W fehlllM U _I I I : Instead of the speedometer ..v1._ -- ,,, .. .
The Magnificent Production of the Great Lore Story : .. OHM rf ...,...,4 I I reading of a scant 2. ....
,F. Amold .. .,. _. II ..4I/ u .i t i i / /
That Caught the Heartbeat of Our Time I it..!.. 1 .1'" r..= H .. :.1 I aloe5e.rr iiiiiiiiiiinmiiimiiuimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiObituaries I $
allAlY alallMlsaea III..., .. .111 Sk.lk .. ...T/ : I I I IKrrlfH
D.r.o.b I 0. 5517rr, 1 ..n IM ... .,5. I I ANNOUNCING THE OPENINGOF
i I 1 I IHl; INTE MIS STUDIOS tint _. 1 .... H.ArnoM Ar..U K a '.:' .:'.J loss I 1 : .*>

MICAIi TEAM ... .. .........j Griffin -.-. 5 5 .5 S.n15 1111I1111I III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II 1111 111111I11I11I I
Ik .........y f_. .,/2 2 2 .! *
Is 5 11 11e t
about the' effect the cLIWIJTOfI: : Mrs, Alfred Sharp, U,. died

'""" CIIICH NlIsIA lEMAIQUE'S rain-out game and It will of t be w.... rf ....-.Asa..1KxilkiMf K10. A. I.: suddenly hoe, at} her home in Tucka- OUR NEW STORE
counted In the first half standings. of 400r1/ N. J, July I, friends here
I M..h. |k .4 / have been advised. Burial was
At a result should the Sail- ., '
Ik .1 I : I / 0Av.
l fisher drop Sundays 'second I 0n,4.w'... ? .,,a t 1 1 / in Tuckahoe July 4. She and 1 r
game and ClewLston 5.h..ItIf 1 1 1 : 1/ t Mr. Sharp had been winter visitors frttiftfog EUGENE oI iami Exclusive i
/ defeat West 5.. .. ::':w.4::: :: 15 t 5tw. to Stuart tor the *
Palm Beach in .. .._.. ... past eight
a makeup of their S 15.5.N.
I :'11 1 June 20 postponement the first p :: :: 1 tit. years and resided at the Ma- A New Line In SoOtJj Florida 1
jestic Apts. the last two.winters.
half will 505/5111/
end tie and
a necessitate -
The Screen Event You C-mnt*( i ,A5 b She was an active worker in the MAnu4ckUred. Sold I
ISM I..I.e.l In Miami :
::1 -a playoff and' Nationally
Hare Waited For! XIAILESUUCHTMLOUIUAUIEKNADDEDj ,8tu.rt ...,.... .i, .. .. .111 til IIIJCUwl.loa Tourist Club.
I. Jesse ._ ... .
Arnold Jr., and Elmer ell5M _
"INVISIBLE M6USE Cartoon BUM hot," In -5f. One, LWIT. ,bites 363.25. to JK2S f fSLOcuMs.
; ) Graham both'well rested from
Enlra. H....... 0.... -._ C. S. GUTERMUTH i
Novelty New pitching chorea, .. .... .... .
probably Two""W. klU-8U 0Evelrn. BoI. I.lAI' Charles
58, died
be Mann'* choices for the double TkrwOvukU ..... Io-II...
1Mrto &a'.M nno .t..n', 054.5.5405. after an extended illness at his
hill work Dick lager who tossed 5.0(5. 5..w-Sl.t II. Ck.bto. ..
home in Berlin, N. yesterday
TOES and WED. Co G the Ramblers to a victory I. Al.r.-ahlrn. ..I to BMttr. morning. He and his
t' here t. 1101.1. SklpM to H ek t* HfMrr.SlrorkMl wife had
20 NEXT THURSDAY May 9 undoubtedly will .-kr Crtm. 1, kr E.rtj. II. I been Stuart winter visitors for :
July 21 .... .
... .
pitch one of the game for the 5r 5 n k.lU" --'(( OHf.I. .
A New High In the History July !22 visitor 0. ."f( E.de.H. aoktru 4. Htttr the past several year and last _
\ ......... .
II III Romance ,11.- S 48L 0. W. season they completed a home :
I of Adventure Hit! Goes To the Concluding three successive Shlp.>, ..... >n4 kluff/ OrimI .
; 1 Races! road game the Sallfisher .r.4 1 hi I I/I I....... .ff &...," here. He was engaged in the CHILDREN'S WEAR, ..1
\ Tempest of ... ..... ,
I d 51.1 J/I 10. Wild vltek wood-turning manufacture business
stumbled to a 6-5 defeat in Clew- 0""... .... .. I .. it
Titantic Thrills! > hit-II... ArloM., I. and is survived by his widow, Newb"( DUri Bl< t. Stuart
( baton Sunday afternoon despitean M. ..IMP-Gtffll.i.d Kril... TIM-I .Ugan.WSlM .... "' three sons and a daughter. 0-.. _. ...
outstanding three-hit relief -.i _.. .
job'by Tom Evelyn. "Rabbit'Roberts :-

1I: stole the show '
\ he
\r 1 I.t I.i tr + uMAIt HIDORiti I pitched the }poets to their as second Get r "

I straight victory. He fanned Ready to Enjoy Stuart'sNII
t -ALSO. six and was so tight in the
I I ti The Scarlet History! of clutches that despite his freeness -

J 0E ati1IlEASVIsli nJdr hits and walks he
t I ... U Sailfishes on thebase
path In addition to. his
to,-1 I Ii WATCH FOR ,_ hilt mastery he enjoyed a per-
"I I
I feet day at bat clubbing a triple :
I f.W ETItwec11
ADDED and two singles to bat home 1 \
I '/ IN three runs Including the wln-
Popular -
Science -- News
"HOME COMING" sting on off Evelyn in the 6th.

jr: f! I ).1 George Griffin making hieAnthony's L '

\ :
1! ,. rt.t. For Fri. & Sat. /

H ,1 i Specials July 16. 17 I ;JULY 30th 31st
; :/ Complete Line of Birds Eye Frozen Food 1/ '

1 'F \I kiddie ''pet and Doll Parade

2 BIG I DAYSTThe \..
MARKET Pioneer
) {' I "\. Day Parade 5 e. Street Dance .
All Brands of Can
\! '" ,tree Fish
: SALT PORK 39c ,., Fry Ball CameSPulteoAJ ;f

; '1 1I MilK K 2 ZgCi .fb.,,,,, '- "
I 1I 4 taU can. ",' Hy ifc 0 Stuart Volunteer Fir Depl, and the Merchant / I

I i "' bi' 1 Birdseye SLICED ( S'\/\ot' V the BVi{ of the tuirt !a lfiaher. Ball ,Club. '

CORN FE: 23c ) CON 1 16. ::59c, ''raven of Merchan- Y"I-\ Batt Get A Tree Ride On the? .Caravan of Mr-!

s d'}. Will Visit Stuart Each
1 4 -__ WesternChuck,1t : II cltbtldigo: V Iheneyer 0 Buy From Any Of the Folio.
ir Saturday Night July, 17 .
l iJ1
} K.n.... Stuart Merfhantu: .
R 59 .24. 31' to Tell You All '

I I '' CORN FLAKES ;1.ge 2A11.5 w .-.,. _.. .. About 8weft( Dapabseot SlAPS Slecomy The Stuart Ness
I : : : sseJt" C .
1 L Mil Cegs. .CbawaSerrice.SUUiMMatber'r MartIA 0II811i1 l Jlteitle

1 Welch'. Crapel.d. or ,' Lean, AU Meat "' '' Jlf\I-r. ... Call
; PIONEER DAYS OF 48 rnltare SUre Geerge'g

4 I JELLY2Zc} STEW BEEF Ik .... '63c Come the Downtown Saturday Nite and ,wst9Ar lio'"ele, ot.-I.13At 61 atoll\ 'Col SapplyKindred's roa_ Home'.Ia' AsOrdway' hut &eat Meters Dru\'IIIi

-' Enjoy Fun a ,- 0'1"dJ1\ Bore d
Superette Lyra 1m (

9Oq: : :P. M. at the Express Platform Bl"J1" j ft* 4is es.. ePU Kings teh Oil 8UU> Thomas Ore T.' '

byeta. Dry Ceods Gel, 0.... Bar


P' to Merchant for
'G PHONE 143 FOR fREE DELIVERY Yow Free, Ride,

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I CIA. L" NEWS-- and Happenings of. the WEEK IN STUART gt Home Newi'tUnu Telephone*this before 214 paper noon mast e. Wednesday reach Office the aewspspecHie p.boa'soo 11)i II', I i

MRS. JOSEPH McCOY Society Editor
.. .... ... .. ., ......._... .._........ ., .... t; I \ :

S I BUSINESS SCHOOL. Attorney David M. Marshall KINGS ARE HONOREDAT I CIRCLE MEETS: TUESDAY gram was "The Rural 'Church f I J

Roberta ,Jean Nunet:, will leave tomorrow night for a Dr. Johnwick Don Burroughs PARTY SUNDAYDr Taylor-Brown yM Elsie 'Jackson Circle of and Its Needs." Mrs 8, 0. Lane '1 i "
of Mr. and Mrs, R. 8. week-end visit with his parents. gave the devotionaL '

tier,:ef Jensen Beach enrolled t>r. and Mrs. t. J. Marshall, In To' Take Bride ,To Take Bride and Mrs. C. E.: Lane ''and Wedding Held/ ,the Woman' Missionary Society
I a comprehensive course, Daytona Beach. Mr. Elizabeth Madlera, enter met at the home of :Mrs. Henry:
II .
lor wnUng and secretarial! -, tained for bridge and dessert in Crews, Palm City, Tuesday eve- ) g. J1 a
It the ChtUlcothe lMo.|' Mr. and Mrs. Erwin F. John- Here Sunday Mr. and Mr, Russell t Oeyerof honor of Mr. and Mrs. Drew W. At( ChurchTheresa ning. The theme of the pro-i ti
She wa anmembqr : wick have as their '
oeM college.: of the 1947 gradu-| : mother and. brother, Miami announce'the engage King Jr., aC the Lanes' home on -- ------1 1I )i'!! >y's

_, claji\ kt Martin County i ii Mrs. B Johnwick: and Dr. E. B. Miss Haze Gertrude Barkley ment of their daughter, M.ISS Bewails Point Sunday night. Invited HBrown, slaughter I ,,._ ,

i Schoolr Johnwick: ot Hot Springs, Ark, of Baltimore daughter of Elmer Noreen Oeyer, to Donald! Anthony I guests' included Mr and of Mrs. Velma Czverko, and + ," }

--- Barkley: of Marlon, Ohio and Burroughs ion of Mrs. W. 0. Mrs. Arthur M.'Dehon, Mt. and Aubrey B. Taylor ot Fort Pierce I 1 ,

Dr. Edgar Bernard Johnwlck of Penny of boo S. California Ave. Mr*. C. R. Ashley,Mr. ''and Mrs.I acre married by the Rev W O. ,.. S hf FcLt

i LOWERS For All OCCASIONS Hot Springs National Park, Ark., The wedding will take place Alexander Forrest, Mr. /and Mrs. Aldridge at the Methodist sae.a s.at rd ( tl !ElM'

I will be married by the Rev C. A. at 7:30: p.m. Sept 25 in rioly John U. Menninger, Mr and Mr. Church at 7( last night. A reception

OUQUEts .'. CORSAGES .* CUT FLOWERS Harriet here at 4:30: p.m. Sunday!! The Cross bride-elect Episcopal Church was graduatedfrom Mlairl\ Price French 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry at the Woman's Club: ::107'I
Schwab, Mr. and Mrs .Robert *
FLORAL, ARRANGEMENTS The ceremony will be held at the Miami High School attended M. French, Jr,'CJf Miami, Mr. and followed. Afterwards the couple I Gold Jewelry "
''IMPORTED home of the groom' brother and ,John B. Stetson University Mrs. H. R. Stcffcna, Mrs. Joyce left for a trip through North H.esslte.o "". I
DOMESTIC and CERAMICS sister-In-law,Mr. and Mrs. Erwin where she was president of her '
Davis Harry Donaly Mr. and Florida,.,Georgia, Alabama and Has A Magic '
F, Johnwick: at 724 Osceola Ave\ sorority Pi Beta Phi and served Mrs. C. A. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. North Carolina where they: will
Miss Barkley, a native of Kentucky as secretary of the honorary dramatic '
SMITH'S FLORAL &, GIFT SpOP Wells A. Llppincott, 1. M. Fran visit his :
relatives They will beat
,a registered nurse at Johns fraternity Theta Alpha cis Mr and Mrs.Stewart:Springer Midas Touch
WE WIRE FLOWERS Hopkins hospital In Baltimore,' Phi.! She was a member of The Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Bruner home the middle of next\
and both she and Dr. Hatter staff.Burroughs. 028 ails VIJih. .Purl. .1 fold
Johnwickare month at South 33rd fit In
Mr and MrsDavid B. Irons, Ml1.
I arcade BUg, 5th St., Ft. Pierce P one 310Jbutie commissioned offlcers.ln the also attended Stetson and Mrs C. F. Ireland, Dr and Port Pierce. pint, .._... _h.., MM. '

V. & Public Health Service.. He where he was a member of MrS Walter F. Davey, Mr. and 1. .Into, tmiitUull/ inilftt ...... ...!..
Rose Czverko. + the e
arrived last Thursday and she; Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Hi Mrs. Joseph S. Oreenlees, Mr Ilstlot Hint sills fnv .... ,,
\ is scheduled to arrive Saturday.: now 1 II a student at the University and Mrs. Bernard Coker, GroVer bride, was maid of honor and ',-..'". ....on Jeweler &.. .. ..." I
HURRICANE PROTECTION After a week' visit!! here the of Miami, He served \hree King, Mr. and Mrs. Olenn De- Charles Bloulm of Fort Pierce ...."' topbj> W U.EWEUIY..- 10",,", 1' ,,
couple will make an extended years In the Navy with duty in Berry and Mr. and Mrs. K. R. wai best man. Phyllis' Constance Wq t ,
trip to Baltimore and! New Or.! the South Paclflq: and tn Europe.: Lowery, Jr.DENNiNGS. j sang "Because'1 and 0 COMPLETE! > SERVICE;
1 Promise Me"
accompanied by
leans before returning to the '
Aluminum I Rain !and! park area where he will be In: MRS. HOSTESS ENTERTAIN Mrs Edna Coutant. The bride lV 'd Ftr
charge of a Public Health Ser wore an aqua rayon dress: with
(JIareContr,1 TO BAPTIST GROUPS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dennlngi
Aeningsi white accessories and a whiteorchid. Stuart ewele s
vice medical'center.. :
-- entertained Friday a spa-
r She Is a of Columbia I Miss Czverko w.f owned( I ...... .... .. t "
tone Shutters graduate Mrs. Gene Lewis was hostess gettl ,eupper. Guests were Mr. ', .1, .. rl J. Sk il. t i 7,
+ Beauty University In New York City. Dr. at her home in S_."Lucie Estates and Mrs. Elwood Dugan, Cecil In a two-piece lime green :also I 269 Osceola Ave. a'' ;
ntihution r 7s. lohnwlck was graduated from; Thursday night for the Euzellan Cornish and Miss May Dee White. With white accessories and an rt rl
.. Privacy the University of Florida and! class of the Bap'tut[ Church. The orchid Her mothet wore: B (New Dehon Building) 's
ia.t ts.tuiiui., s received his medical degree from' two losing groups entertainedthe SON FOR PITTMANS pink dress wka a pink rose ;fv
iamrd. Later he attended corsage. I s l
winning group. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew O. Pitt- --- "
Johns Hopkins and! took postgraduate Mr* Ed Burgess gave a devotional -, man,Jr., of Gainesville announcethe The bride attended Martin '1. 4.
SHU ER PRODUCTS CO. work a year each at story and Mrs. Phil arrival of an 8-lb. 2-0.. boy,, County High School and for the
Mayo Clinic In Rochester, Minn., Maxwell directed games. The William Andrew, born July 1. A. past five years has been em- FURNITUREof
u Ma STUART, FLORIDA PHONE Ml OR sea and the University of MichiganIn winning group was presented O. Pittman of Stuart.la visiting l ployed as cashier at the Piggly- r
Ann Arbor. He taught mathematics book Wiggly grocery here. Taylor attended -
t hand-woven markers by them. ;
Sanford i Ala., High\j
during the 1933-34 school QUALlTtSTYLE and CHARMFor
----- the membership vice-president. ---------
School and is a wholesale produce -
at St. Lucle High ?
year County Mrs..Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. McClaskeyand broker connected with 4it>
HE School. Others attending were Mrs. 'J. daughter, Cheryl returned State Farmers Market in Fort Living Room, Bed Room, Dining Room and Kitchen r
W. Meggett, Mrs, Joe .Mosley from their vaca-
Monday night Pierce. i Our Line Is CompleteA
'N E TASTEIN DEMONSTRATION CLUBS: Mr. Bertie Mae Smith Mrs. tion in Arkansas City where they
PICNIC SET JULY 23 Daphne Ranger, Mrs. Mary Jack visited relatives I VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU "
ICE CREAM The Martin County Council of Kinney, Mrs. Marcella Hayes, -e- Waldon 1! 4 l
for Vada
Delicious Soda* and Sundaes Made WithSWIFT'S Home Demonstration Clubs will Mrs. Dalton Anderson, Mrs.,,Dora Mrs. Ruth Stevenson, South Circle Hostess of the Woman's the Missionary Roddeiibur.y Furniture a ,
ICE/ CREAM have a family picnic on the Johnson, Mrs. J, C. Anthony. Akron Ave.. has as herhouse- '
Society Tuesday afternoonwas Cor. A and and St. Fort Pierce"
Ave. N.
green across from the Palm City Mrs. Alex Dellck and Mr*. C. L. guests her mother, Mrs. J. A.. ,
Salad Plate and Sandwiches Mrs. J. M. Phllll| 18'} Bry-
: Church July 23. The Palm City Cook Brooks of Fort Meado, and her
ant Ave Mrs Ed ;Burgess "- ----- "-"- "-- "
uf Sundries f CosmeticsDANIEL'S tone. Demonstration Club lost, sister, Mrs. W. C. Abbott and the devotional. Other members gave
) for' the; occasion, will furnish the MRS. JOHN: DRAGSETH children of Thomasville, Oa. present were Mrs. E Brooks Mrs.Q. .
: averages. Each croup attendIng HONORED AT PARTY -e- L.-Cam bel, Mm W B. Betties COUTAfoT
Is asked to brjng food and :: Pittman
Mr. and Mr T. C.
The \ Arcade2VER' Mrs J A. Ausborn Mrs Leila .
utensil for their own family Mrs. L. M. Johnson, Eldorado and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bowen Clements Mn Ha.sUnnh PH '
needs. Everyone; Is invited. Heights entertained with a dessert Of Atlanta were called home due, Munch, Mrs. Margin Rowell and COMMERCIAL TOqRAPHY ,
to the Illness pf their mother Mrs. O L I
LUE bridge Friday afternoon
N 3 WINNERS IN and mother-in-law, Mr. C. O Real Estate Photography i I'II '
, "Sugar ice and Something! Nice : The Dutch Treat Club met honoring Mr. John Dragseth, Pittman. BoggessGIVES
Thursday afternoon In the lobbyof guest of Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar. Pert\.d
J the Civic Center. Trophy winners High score prize went to Mrs. -- e- Attractive Photo of Tour /uhinf Catch.: II/ }

SATURDAY were Mrs. Richard Furlong James Herbert Bruner and Mrs. of Mr.Akron and Ave.Mrs.are Ralph visiting Chandler relatives when coldmiseries PIIOTOGRA\UY '

12th, Mrt Paul Hoenshel'and Price French. Other, guests were enroute home from Canada 'f strike PORTRAITS AND.AERIAL r,.
Mrs JL R. Steffeiu Ml'It>rew .
.. Mrs. R OvJudson.,!! i where they have been Va. Cs
? Bldg
1 r -: King, Mrs Curtis Whltttar! Mrs.C. ImI Krueger B/263 PhonV324
arpugllJune E'ERTIUZEi'OO SUMPTION J R,Ashley Mr. Henry Schwab cationing. -e- FAST RELIEF ,
Mrs. A. M. Shrlglcy, Mrs. Curt ._. yr
j The bureau of inspection of and Mrs. Lon and .
July Mr. Tyson
and August Schroeder, Mrs. David Irons and
of Agri- i { .
the State Department Mrs. Arthur Dehon. son Bkeets are leaving Tuesdayfor n
culture reports 100.2 ton of fertilizer <, I a vacation in Orlando and
materials and 50 8 tons of relatives. I '
Cocoa to visit
mixed fertilizers were consumed RED CROSS WORKERS I -5-
Discount .
% In Martin County in May. Mrs. Herbert Young returned
Miss Mary E. Shackelford, executive -

I Charlotte Sallas and Shitty secretary' of the Martin where Monday she night was from the guest Sacramento of her (
'Red and Miss
Ann Coane returned last Thurs- County Cross and Mr. QUALITY YOU TRUST.
3on't Forget; Every SatWday-All Summer Long) Mary Louise Sloane are leaving son-in-law ,
lay afternoon from Daytona for vacation and Mrs. E. W. Hall, and family..
Sunday a
e All New Summer Dresses.. Beach where they were vacationing in-Nashville.' two-week -e- .

e All Nationally Advertised.All at the Oleander Inn. During Miss Shackelford's absence Mr, and Mrs. Evans Crary are '

Sizes and Type* for Every Occasion -t. Mrs.. Lloyd Travis, Mrs. leaving Sunday to spend two ,
Harold R. Johns, son -of Mr.
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. EdwinA. : f
Charlotte Welch and Dr. Abbott 1 .
and Mrs. Cecil Johns, left Satur- their
Menninger at summer
Morton will be in charge of the PRICE STILLS 5 CENTS
i where he will
day for Torranto home in Cashiers, N C. h
Red Cross chapter office hours
be the housegueet Of Mr. and ; .
HE LITTLE/ DpSS SHOPLHia Mr. O.JC. Macklenj He will! of which will be 10 a.m. until 4

icpompany the Macklen to p.m. FOOT' SPECIALIST

C. Post Office Arcade' their summer home In Wlndere-
Dugan :
SING Chiropodist
mere Muskoka Ontario. MISS CLONTS TO H.. F..r. ,..... H.... t
Miss Dorothy Clonts, daughter( 11_ I Ph.... 1qP.dl.telst I
Of Judge and Mrs. A. R. Clontsof n C Ca
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. RolUna and FREDERICK U PORTER : f
\ daughter, Sara, left Saturday for Riverside Drive, will leave ,, s; f fit, r
Paris Ky., where they will be next week to attend the second
the guests of their 'on-ln-law half bf the summer school session -
NOTICEThe > and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and major in music at Flor-
James B. Clark. ida State University in Tallahassee -
-- She will sing Frances
Allltsen'"The Lord Is My Light"at r
I the 11 a.m. service of the Presbyterian / R ,
\ Church Sunday. mumw\/
Equalization l Board of the City of I st

5 art will meet Monday, July\19, at 10 IN AIR FORCE 1
WIllard T. Wells, son of Mr. I ;
\ime the ttES'Aa and Mrs. Edgar S. Wells of 621 ., ( ts
.m, at the city, hall I at which Camden Ave has enlisted In the

sub- Air Force and is at the Lackland
8 will be
city assessment roll Air Base In San Antonio, Texas.
Willard was graduated from
[>! ted approval. Persons with bjee.a Martin County High School, class #
RA of '47. {
'i to apyf/assessments! and the correcis TAX ND T tNV Mr. and Mrs. Wells, owners of He'> aot New s i ,
/ TNATIO the Grace Apt', are spending *\
'I they desire should appear before T L INSURANC Rows thee summer Miami and expect Life/ SINCE//
to. return to Stuart about your ,
ih Loar this FLORIDA4BSTRACT. Sept. 1. We'll giv\ worn
at time.
fatigued titer: a "second !' u
I sd, f
CO.' Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Pomeroyare wind" tha ll l make 'em ,i .

E. B. EURIT, JIM KENNEDY, visiting her' daughter and ride like bra c.new I Bringin '
Pm.ld..tNA.T. son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. D. D. oM tread-bares
City Auditor & Clerk. $ FLORIDA tn Ohio, for your
Loobleln Kent!" a today. Wi'1 enew 'em In

month/. ., e- a Jiff I / [ '

The Rev, and Mr*. Phil Max- Reato/abla Price
U9 well and children: ,*Ann,John and

\YOU NEED Jane, left Tuesday morning fora Stuart Recap
i WE MAY HAVE WHA month's vacation in Birmingham I' /
X Serv e
Phone and Beatrice, Ala. l

Mr. and! Mrs.-e-R. V. Johnson Cha ft'. Service Station I 5 N 1

and daughter Carolyn, are vla- s* FED HICHWVV u. .. I 1'i
a. 3551I Itlng' relative In Alabama for Pad.U .IU I tliwrt' Fh,

two weeks

BARDWAR6 .- {{nd ,l
EMENT oiHiJegi

$69.50. Value.$5950: \

TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE \ lomift UNOU uitoiiTT( or toc-coiA! co rMv. IT

obe. Sound Lumber & Supply 'Shop 0,....ftoo c-.c.o.'- '

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\.",: !' PACE SIX: __ __ -- -- THE SICART Nt,,!. STUART, MARTIN COCNtT, nORmA, THCHSDAI, JCL IS, ,,1"r .
UtE ELECTED CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENTIST I In Jensen Bach'ByCHARLOTTE TOP TEACHER =:;: 0=0'o: O- ::=oaoc::=:::r0IC29 I I Ice, Robert Waltter, Wilson .ud- RI11111111111111I IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

"Lira'" "u.**. .iU. t nf the a..._. fr D lum and Johnny Salvatory.Wllsdn MESSMAIw '
AIM Balfe of Miami has been I t-ntHHi. wk..H)' will b. and .hi nmMiMoffUMn HE1UER !I Salerno Civic Association Ludlum Of Indianapolis
4// tt rlected to the Florida Inland .........t. ikrcmkiMt tk.. ..nMn I la 'Spending a week vacation to Wttj?

Navigation District Commission UIKIM. J.l" tn.Th. Gene Pelau, who is the piano B? GLADYS H. FERRY :loc:=3OC3< here visiting his father, L.
OC30C: =aoe:
eeMm 1'.1 h1 .1Ie P.. J I Noah able
: "A. lMrImlll player at Seymour Ir.n u W. Ludlum. and brother Arch ,
tu Dade He
represent County, 1H. i N _......'; to k.lk.. kf tl..l> M (spending month'i vacation In At this season of the year,.I tie held from time to time The and Luther\ Jr. / : 471.0540 del
t FACE has Uved in Miami, IS year, and Ik. t..<.. 10 One >#>'-' l 11\ Mmwlr. ( I Blue Point N. Y. vlsuli rela alien activity U at' 1U lowest recent one held at Mrs. Chet Johnny Salvatory 1 II visitinghis 61DIN11l IalI111111111I0111111SCHONBER
It well, acquainted with the boat Hir.liA.:.. tk I ttvel. ebb. the association reports progress Hornan' home was a surprising uncle, Luther Ludlum. -
a* Miwtontk
mg Interests along the east on the new Civic Center success. No arrangements have J E Market Is in Miamit
CLIO U l ll*..o. li tbd. folloikii Crow Kenneth Yohejr returned Mon Mr*
ATV coast (of /lorlda. He takes the the {uiiitoi tt:*.tr M (. en tt. tiniit nuifchy ., I day from a month'-! stay In and !general procedure of association I been made tot the next a/fair/ the home of her eon, Calvin,
place! of 3 Avery Ouyton who /e..14. .4. ,lie Mee. ... ...-. k. 111 Brooklyn. business because it is believed we can and family.
"..,. 1ht ;totill be ....wo...._ ...dw. w Mrs. Rasmus Mortensen has use the Chic Center building for Mr rind Mrs. Hobby Savage
l spark If has been on the commission tkvrf fc .h..... v 5. M ilwn tt4t.> '' Miss Rita Taube who recently been appointed to purchase some the next gathering The date had as guests last week end the
elute the death of Chattel t>. .sun Hltait a l tlM' ...., .nd Mrrvw toour wan graduated from Maul'.,i will be announced soon.
.h ..Wrk,. kwlMk HOI. III". nod 'County Hlllh School. hat takena kitchen equipment In Miami for Missel Nanette and Yvonne Button ",
? LJjrier: but now In unable to :| ikt 114/ II" IM.UkrwIt ; with f the Civic Center The only sourceof It U expected that the athletli of De FunlaK Springs and Electric f

Wltlu r w e the, necessary time to the ;:IS, Ids.kaaonaerwol .'lw in.hdr. th* Francis position In Stuart.Oughterson and rry+ finances at present for the Instructor, previously arrangedfor Mr and Mn. W. L. Button of SHOE
yacillt n fjBipmlralun' I t ttutftiw iMHtenrt frvm tli* ckrtalfmlSrtour ,. continuance in the work of thecenter soon will be with \us twice Punta Oorda Mrs. Sutton is I REPAIR
livtbook. Mr. and Mrs J. C Nodine left the recreation '
1,1 and
Health I other than an occasional Weekly to supervise Norma Savage.
ably ir'' i't' ''Yi. Tc--- r tFiEXLET + ..411. Kq.Kdriyi t 0 'Tli.r1.. galvmm my .. ..."..h'.h., UnrrUtH ....4'f I Sunday for Bkaneatcltj. N. Y I!small_ dona.uo_ Is the card parr. of our youtbu ._:i the Mr former and Mrs. Victor Conklin
1 '//b''. wkirk.., !>. have
/.I.>.,.r.ihM..... vltk tied' U lk.l...fink.'r1..4h.., I Ia. whlrk.. ti ,,... Ii{ Sally, MollIe and Lucy Her til ra Palm City NewsBy He would enjoy bearing from his to their Minnesota,home for ;a Army & Navy S |

nil, .on.iu.. Up, ...._., *.4 dv ik: returned Saturday from a weclt friends, he wrote. visit before coming to Floridafor
,lW 4i n w fctrrMfUm' .tit.l..ly .MM who $5 East
stay at the 4-H club, Camp Mc MRS. ANNA B. DAY Laura M. Matteson. KN,, the winter. While in Call. 4lt, jk t
I '" 1 vl SMr/6/
{ ;.;___ !:'1It"r.;' Y : [I Quarrle In Ocala National For a i $ recently was graduated from the fornla they built a new home

:ta: est. Mrs. Jack Link of Palm City medical center of Richmond, Va., there.

i. 1- Mr, 11M M..... losoph Leland I and skiers Mrs. Mattie Calkins and who was called home because
EXPAPSION BANDS lot Rio entertained at dinner t tact and Mrs. Ellen peno of Hialeah, of the death of her mother t
THROUGH for Mr, and Mn; Alvin R accompanied their tUter and Mr* E S. Matteson has returned -
3f I : Miller In honor pf Mr*. .Miller's I brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs to the hospital at Rich-

f eu0 Nta JCJ SLEEPER birthday I I Fred Orman of Stuart to Lisbon mond to resume het internship. ( OLD I
;'I Mrs A. A. } Ul fla. July I where they visited Mr. and Mr. William Burdick

i r rI Cary and Mra. T. R.1lelller and II I I i I their aunt Mr.. Amanda OwaltI left Thursday morning by bus l, 1r ORS/(
< to visit for about two month
I I { daughterrMary Ann pent Friday I. ney and three daughters. On t\
I : I in West Palm Beach July 4 they proceeded to St. with 1 their I two daughters In 11
\ Augustine where they spent theholld.y Maywood, K J. They expectedto '
i Mrs, Arm. Brecnak and! daughter > d kr'
with their clater-In-law, return early in September 'a- :
I Io2wfade Ir Barbara who have spent the
.Mrs. B. C. Hodapp spent lost
Mrs. Mayola Silva, and daugh /Ij1
I past two weeks herb with Charle/
II I Buck tern, Helen and Margaret: and week at Tltuavllle' at the homesof ... ....
( at Sunny Acres returned ,row wphe Iw how awe' bdp .. M ,
I her and returned Ise .
daughters aPleawe
5s? to thtlr home in Orlando Sun w Mr* Sllva's sister and husband,
| Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs, all of Saturday.Mr a.e.M 61wvd.ek7e w.. Y soil -Ito. .
dayMr whom formerly lived in PalmI and Mrs Jack Lisk are Entertaining t11a.
ishevijle and Mn. E O Wllttlcar I I City On July ( they returned at their home the two H* M4 Ml. to kk ddaly" Ns1L. ......doe!,'"
left July 8 for Brooklyn 11 visit 1 borne. sons of Mr. and Mrs Dan Silva j
1 relatives during the summer. AP I due to his sudden illness which I| fat..* .... I BMN mt errMed1twe.ehhhe. .
and Mrs
and Carolina Resorts Mr. Mattie Calkin* ,
Harry Segerntrom is ;ollvaese.Ing j Ellen Dens vialt- caused the boys' parents to go .. ........ .
his *ere overnight WW IS fMi kM M rasp II M M1a.dye
at home after lonsikckrmy
a medical
to Miami for treatmentfor
Tk. nl/., Hul way to fl w ore 'last Thuraday at the Liskhome .
at West Palm Beach 7i '
.nd your family. Tbroagbwok. July Jt'ANITA COtE him. .** h sea Wife saw
bf P fern
,- nd left for Hlaleah 111I r". fc ,
chan .. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Gasser L. J. lef -
out in a root air-condl- i Mr. and Mrs. Murphy (
\lu Q ule itf] been
Itillywood day morning.
Rend Pullman all the way. and daughter Nancy, left Tuesday I Friday morning for Altoona, Fla.
Smi all principal Caralmanaunlala for points In Maine and other IHIMMI, IV .1 i group ni e.perti as Mr. and Mrs. W. H. KunU :and due to the Illness of her mother. STUM JJ1U@)
iMOrt*. I Northern States for a vacation Ilils), Itlmbyt most beautiful I three daughters and three sons They returned Sunday 'and reported Bflflr

i J.HKIMIJ fcucbrr recently of Ohio are now occupy her. improved.Mr I THE REXALL *
L Stuart 3:57 P.M STORE'PHONE
/ ; 4 WPI q fG 1rWt.e SI/lNICp I Mrs E J Ward was hostess to 'ing the lower apartment ot the' and Mrs. Herbert Hooper |1 -
Ar. Jacksonville 8:40 P.M. tru Tuesday Bridge\ Club it Seymour C Burdick home of Fort Pierce and Mr, and Mrs. I STUART, Fl
A IAVWWaNt Ar. Tryon 920AM j 's Inn July 8 Prizes for hli'h\ GENERAL FUND Mn. Mary Wallace and Mrs. George 8. Wilkinson of Stuart .,... -- .;.,

Ar. H ndcrsonvill/ < 10.32 A M core were won by Mrs T R. Leona Smith left Tuesday)! for were Sunday! dinner guests at
> gt0pAa4ttifgd (AlwtuwMuqnihcnat ( Ar AsheVIlle 11:30A: M. llelller and Mm Adolph (ihilfl the Home Demonstration Club the home of Mr. and Mr*. Herb.

AI.. tool air.conditioned. Others playing were Mrs Lewis : RECEIPTS GAIN State Council at Gainesville ert Sudhoff. Mr*. Sudhoff will RRIC9sGniISOWUIapttORaug) SILLY
handi : dividual Mclmini Mat coach.i Gamble, Mrs Seymour Gideon. which began Tuesday eveningand be guest soloist at the Music ,
iii. cie.ie. ......... aryM'TIt.r' 1&in. 0.......'. ... Iko MM cb.dul., Mrs. R. S. Robertson. Miss Elizabeth -i will close tomorrow. Study Club, West Palm Beach, MN.1x0'Mt TRYNfM' '
iil ..II ........,'.U wrtotJO IL Miami'lacklo.. ..//actor. >UI>. j Robertson and Mrs C H Tallahassee July IS. (W)-State Mrs. Wallace was the" delegate at the home of Mrs. Q 8 Barco. sailtorcbtla m fptlig alt fyPL rot i No More So Thae '
/ 111 .11 reins.; Ah..iU.. I Alderman geneml fund receipts for the from the Martin County Council Walter men accompanied Sam
fold 1,11.4
For .......,_ Miss Elizabeth Robertson honored i business year that ended June I Dud Mrs Smith as president I of i Nichols: and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 4 r Your New Home;
.*....4 # 110, (1'10.' .. .bid.. Telephone i 25 I the newlyweds. Mr and'' 30 were $4.758251 more than in the County Council accompanied Lloyd on their return to Jacksonville

sod. j 4 tlO, lute .......... Mrs John Dragseth of Redfleld, the year before Comptroller C I her. They will return Saturday after a visit at the Hienhome Inadequate or
I S D.. with a picnic supper and M. Day reports. Bill Wallace Is visiting his here, Walter expects to Unsafe
1 l grilled hamburgers In her yard single major tax source uncle Ella Nickerson; this- weekat spend the summer there with S _.,1 .. W'Misyyt

C.&E. WALKER' : Sunday eVening Present were I jylelded/ \ an Increased amount ofmonev Dunnellon during, his moth.tr' relatives. I
I Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar :and Laura Mae Engebretsen of i
bring Jn a record total absence
JEWELERS daughters.. Laura Kay and Jo of $71,182,057 to the fund from Mr. and Mrs; E. M. Hlgbee and West Palm Beach spent a two- r EE UsFO
o'< Port Sewall Miss Cecelia week vacation here at the Hiers UARAN
Which most general operating daughter, Betty, returned home
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Osceola, Ave.. Stuart Thela, Miss Helen Rynskl Mr. expenses of the State Government Sunday from a 12-day vacation home visiting\ her cousin. Mary -{ 4- IRINCt
--- -- -- and Mrs. R. 8 Lang- ; I
Robertson Barbara.
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ii'1 ate pale trio to Springfield and Vlrdln, -
't'' ley Robertson ana ueorge. Bea- |1- pLsbursements and balances I 111.: where they visited relatives Mr.: and Mr. Kenneth Stanley
:' dlnger of Walton. KyMrs I 1
j 1.1 I ,will not be tabulated until books I On their trip home they visited of destine were July guests of
r REAL ESTATE L O. M t El fresh and ions I finally! are closed en the fiscal 1 I overnight at'the' home of Mr. his parents, Mr and Mrs. Arthur
Jerry and Jack, spent Sunday
; ''year's business' after alt June I and Mrs V. V. Wortham. Stanley
with McElfresh who Is In the''I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Padgett and '
I, bills are paid about Saturday. Mrs. John Hall of Atlanta Is-
Homette! and Waterfroniage Veterans Hospital at Coral! Gay reported general fund ter of Mrs. R. r. Wortham and grandchildren have moved to I I
I" I. Reasonable Gables- revenuer' earmarked for the I Miss Ada Lea Mobre. arrived the Leighton farm house.

": New AdoVesit 4th Street School ATHLETES FOOT GERM county school account totaled$18,898.IU,422 I Friday for a week's visit at the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullet andcTilldren
\ Opposite
.! 1't HOW TO KILL IT. the year before, Wortham home. 1 1 spent July: 4 at Jensen
Nearly all of the extra $2,022,708 Mr. and. Mr., f t Higbee and Beach.
\. came from Increased auto license Mr and Mrs A. H. Bursonl attended Fourth of July and Monday
If NOT PLEACH: ,nor >5c 1.1.1 I:
OTTO I Art soy ilniricl.l fur Uili STRONC tag tales. the State golf tourney guests of Mr and Mrs, Noah
'I i UBIN run.lekl.......M.. Tt;. Ludlum Mr. and
Mrs. Luther
en ... kill* MCIKL ..*,.. fiihir TiwlwI totaled $92.485,86 compared with.
KTUAKT 1IRIIO co. $49793375. day.Mrs: Martha Whittle of 8a- Oudlura/ Jr., and daughter Jan.

Sale ., tk, St.'''p. I The State started the last fiscal rno and her grandchildren I

: f I I'' year with a general fund Delorea and Ronald Bohannon Act Now For Immediate Delivery
balance of $51.843,928 Oay has of Titusvtlle, were week-end Vl Ia-

; West Palm Beach Directory'When I estimated $25,000,000 or more,In Icon at the 8. E. Lane home. HERE
1 unallocated money will be on Mrs. Lena Felgle returned ,INpW
: hand when the books for the Monday from. a three-week vacation ,
In Went Palm Beach Jheae Firms Appreciate Your PatronaeBADCOCK'S year finally are closed. In Miami with her friend, POTPOIN'DISHWASHER
Mrs. Mary Brown and relatives
I ..u. oou TO m co.- HAW T II 0 R N E. 2 ON B9YSJTATE Mrs Harold Rosbury and children

; ROOFING CO. I left last week for Detroit HRO Or- '
512 Clematis St
: Herbert Jr She I
Kraft and Donald where Rosbury U employed
Furniture and .OOFINc-aHEET METAL i Bowden spoke briefly on their expected to visit. her parents in Rehlg or j

House HEATINGVENTILATINGIRMA't4 experiences at the week-long an. Carolina on her:*ay north
Furnishings OP11C1UiS OPTOIlITaIJTI WATERPROOFING nual Boys State session In Talla 1 Mr. and Mrs R. U Wall celebrated $ !

.' /: ... "LIT" I hassee three weeks ago at the July 4 at their home with '

weekly noon meeting ot Rotary the'. following guests: Mr. andMrs. aura ATICDEFR I'I'BART.LETf I'I
Club at Chisholm' July T. I Ed Kummer, Mr*. Ruth .
''I| President Erwin r Johnwlckj Ounther Miss Elsie Ounther and TING

.r j I announced new committee chair I Wall' sister, Mrs. Oussle\ Preston
a1bob men Including, Phil Pence, club of Palatka. I J
0 I I service, M O, LItlman, classification Robert O. Montgomery who ,; \ .. Riaset...
it" ; Evans crary program;' recently enlisted/ In the sub -" .. $ llectriullJl
\. \ 901 | H, R. Lowery, Jr. and Fred A. marine service of the Navy Is In Me Soaps s.4..r.. I !t ; ay f !t:
"o Stafford, Edward: yr
,W' fellowship; training in California. A letter Ian, Roan
,. L Mapp Rotary Information; Ernest home stated that Florida has DndCIIJIsi
1 10 0 I F. Lyona, public Information: It aU over California In many Dkbpas
0'd 1" r Arthur Chappelka magazine; H ways He especially mentioned Iasi AEedkCettlDlsl.
pay B. Kraft ,attendance E. A. Mennlnger his dislike for ,
I. did\ ? ; the fog there. His .Ros.j ,... .toll', ri i 1 ,
IA'11"'" ; Vocational service; Dr. address tI I B.R.! 688-33-08 48-238, 317 Oecpola Me. i ;
I C. A. Carrlel, International ser UANTC. San Diego J9, Calif
1 11la vice George Conrad youth set. --. --- iCaarl
1, ,,-, did I poy? vice; John M. Law, Jr.? sergeant- ramiIJ Fed!'
I at-arms; Andrew Lester and JL .
Coleman song leader.; H. 20.Saundera CLINTONE WAX t Fur 1S Ian,
t' Prevo
I .,. rural-urban\ acquaintance

I' ; Paul Hoenshel, community It'. Sprayed Into All Crack and .C'Crevice '
A Checking Account service; Johnwlck, alms and ob. Of J ', .ncI.
Your Car'MOTO.SWAY SaJ.me
J jects, and George Hlronlmua duhe.l'1s .

> >. I tardiness fee collections Map!
i I q \ Heads for the club bulletin, : you CAM GutTlJXtD !*
brings order to student loan and membership I THC: MODERN MCTM00 Of LUBRICATION MOTION': wsylTbeHoipoW
your committeeare to be appointed Yap An re.UW MJ.bpd WsT". Now ......... trio Dish was et.-dai 'd1TN01rou4Tk.e
\ rimes, .rim
'. said, In explaining that
each chairman now must choose: Stuart 'Service ee.we. .tlHt.JbflllbJto'/ !"
finances. \ one or two members to aid on I Statipn h NdM gwN awre. di"'pe.'

his respective committee. The w. & sane, Mtr. futr raooucr giae Ne.p5, end bid rides 5MSY !
clubbed one guest. 'ebs.e- Mee'kachea w eeferes JD dJZ1otM r
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AUTHORITY BARED Indian River Drive Eden; have gone to Chicago for NEW SYSTEM HEAD MAMIAGI AFILICATION h... MfKaa. w..t P.. Baaea l :

Vallahassee a visit with Svec mother -, ._- krUn. NMl Lafcauk Oml O.h.t .. Wllll. M. .t._ JWIMV. aad Stan* !I>
--Attorntjf General I end MaUra Fraawa ArMMfakr. MM. .LCeh. I tar U Elsa JuaUarDr .1:11-
J. TOIWata'&n"' hu advised Mrs Daisy Dordan, winter I '1'. 1 I .. Mtrtla. Film. CUf. mi CUM\ tint BvnuN;. iokavlrk, slat II:! '
that neither the sheriff resident of Ankona Is spending 1 "k.lh ?!. .......Vw. Po,.. Clt,. .I"'; ... ",..4<0..! }.rk. Ark. aa* HaaatUertt J
nor hit New'Industries Steady the summer months In the country I Hantto S ........-... a........ and .4i ....k..... BalUarara j
deputies authorized to serve near Boylston MessAt 1 i
process from the Mayor or present she 1s a visitor of the i

.S QDA other municipal! court The it,: Building Activity Are FoundBy Durkin family there who have Y Jan We, Have Moved to Our New Store !
tutee provide for the
city or
been guests at her home her on
marshal or his deputies or the MRS. VIVA C. ROAT numerous occasions 307 E. Fourth Street '

executives of the municipal courtto came for the week end. Cno. With R H. Escott vicepresident NEW and USED FURNITURE
eerie within the Building activity along the
processes Drive ''continues oldest son, spent Sunday with of the Walton-Eden Prop- B. MINSCHKE (i
limit of the steadily One
county -
: Mr. and Mrs Leander Congos In erty Owners Club presiding at N
which the court that luuei of the new home that In all
Palnesvllle Ohio The t
Congoei the meeting held In Community "
the process U located. probabilities within will be the ready next for two occupancy spent last winter in. Walton Center, Walton, Friday night It I

weeks will be that bf Charles Dr. and Mrs J. A. Oatlln of was decided for the summer ,
Bloehm, teller In the St Lucie Eldred left Friday tor a visit with month to dlscontlnue-the second Pence Construction Co. :

/OURV/ORKWE Phone .265 Bank In Fort Pierce; where he relatives of both in Louisiana Friday In the month business a
SEE, and his mother, Mrs Bertha Dr.Oatlln mother was originally -' sessions and mate that date Phone 193
ALWAYS a Floridian whose family was purely social.
Bloehm, will reside. r
gp YOU'RE "VOLLRATHPlumber" Their first winter at wiped out during an Indian uprising \ i The club: house .is getting a D-7 Bulldozer with Blade or Rake '1

PROTECTED Breeze Camp In Ocean In New Orleans they; new coat of paint, more win- Also
A9 1CU SEE brought Jensen Beach will bo guests of Col. and Mrs. C dows and colored lights placedon 2-Yard Dragline

The Florida home optimistic and a views business of In a H. Stern Mrs W. H. Brent will the east aide of the building See U* For, 1 tt
be their hostess In Hammondand
The club
this section to Mr. and Mr. W. expanding forces have
Forrest of Chicago.. In Walton 8. Mr. and Mrs Jim McCarroll' cleared the tennis court, put up Clearing Grading '- Ditching: i
he a brother of Mrs. Gatlin, will racks for basketball and :,
FOR a quoit Etc.' )
they purchased
/ a tract of land Diking,
them in Holden. ,
Dependable originally court Is in the making Mrs Leicester -
part of the old William -
Quick, F.Richards Miss Frances Lee Koblegardand Lennard has been namedto
pineapple plan THOMAS B.
t-e- SERVICE tatlon/ later owned by Dr. Williams /Her brother, Buhl returned, plan and direct the story hour McCABE
and Inherited by his son home last week from emit to for children that will be under McCabe, chairman of the board

SIZE On that tract, operations are A. B. Michaels in Highlands, N. way shortly.Mrs Charles Moehle, of the Federal! Reserve Bunk of
Wh Axb C. When Miss Koblegard returns chairman of entertainment ,is
ESTIMATES SUBMITTED now lacing under the river way to with build back a home acre this fall :to Mary Baldwin doing some praiseworthy pioneering riilladtlplilii and president of Our Machine: Shop''

age to be used for commercial College in Staunton! Va, where: to bring more interest the Scott Paper company at
chicken she is majoring in child phychology into this community center and Chester. P has
The .
raising Forrests
Vollrath ,Plumbing Service have two sons, Richard and it will be her Junior her year: to have the sort of entertainments by President Truman appointed to "be- i i. Fully Equipped/ ,. handle\ any type of t :n
She Is vice-president Of class that will please most of
Jlmmle, of j junior high school i
LARRY VOLLRATH age Taking in interesting places the club members most of the chairman of the Board of Governors Metal Work. Bring your,Farm Machinery

while motoring down the west time. of the Federal Reserve Repairs to Us. have skilled '
Stuart Another
Industry for Walton System We a
hit Akron Ave."DINE. FU. opera ,
Will. be coast from Baldwin, N. J. were Honoring their guests Mr. and a
be established a commercial by Mr fishery and Mrs to Mr and Mrs. O. W. Oarretson Mrs William T: Dalit from Geneva lie replaced! Mumner S. tor in charge If[it'. made of metal and '

OUlette who arrived In Ankona for a Ohio, and Mrs E. L. Bush Ettlej;, who will dtMnotcd by the ,
George the Ourlrti who have property purchased visit with Mrs. Oarretson sis- from Marion Ohio Mrs Laura President! to( vlco-clmirinan. needs Machine Work, See Us. .
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs Howard and Miss Georgia Turner }
former Walton
Post Office buildIng --
and DANCE"IN James S. Askln They will start had for Sunday evening din -
where they will reside The I
home July 29 ner Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Aldermanand BIBLE SCHOOL
Olllettes,owners of a small fleetof '
COOL COMFORT ATSEYMOUR'S | boats. are getting them and' After :an extended visit with Mr and Mrs C. H. Alder- STUART MARINE SERVICE Inc. ?
Jr., of Jensen
their fishing equipment ready;, her sister-in-law Mrs.' T, L. man Beach. Monday ,
for removal here aa soon as' Hausmann of Sewalls Point Mrs Mrs. Oallt Mrs Bush and EARNS
INN dockage can be built I F. W. Oooch, accompanied by Miss Turner motored to Palm RATINGFor Phone 33, "
I Mrs. Hausmahn returned to l her Beach f,r the day
Mr and Mrs Olllette were the
home in Mo.. last week. Sunday observed in the _
Joplin was
Ipno ofthe, Coolest Spots on East Coast former south bridge tenders In L"JOE"_ __ :
I Observing the birthday anniversary W H, Lennard home in Walton the first time the annual -
Fort Pierce. He was In the Navy
TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD In World War II. In their new of their neighbor Mrs with a special dinner for their vacation Bible school Sponsoredby

Mixed Drinks:-Beer on Draft home here Sunday the QUlettes Joseph 8. Worthington of An- daughter and son-in-law, Mr the Baptist Church which
kona, Mr, and Mrs. James S and Mrs. Don. H. Clark and r
..HEAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOX had as dinner guests Mr. and ended with graduation July 2
Askln gave a Sunday evening small daughter Carol Anne, who MOSLEYPLUMBING
Mrs. James Marco of Maravllla
STEAKS and SEAFOOD Other visitors to them recently dinner for her. After games are visiting them from Ithaca, ended with graduation FridaV ?
have been Mr. and Mrs Oeorge birthday take and punch were N. Y. Visitors coming In duringthe July 2 after a three-week run,
served to the honoree and her afternon/ were J. C. Bond and 1
OUR SPECIALTY met with all requirements set
Worth and Oeorge Cole of Fort up ,
| Beech husband, Mr. Worthington, Mr. son Oeorge Bond, from Jackson
j ucn SEYMOUR GIDEON Pierce. by the board of the Southern
and Mrs John Roenbeck and the vale, Mrs. R. W Lennard, Fort f \ JOBBING CONTRACTING !,
Owner Davis Korpt and son David.Jr. hosts Pierce Farms, and Mrs Aurellne Baptists Convention to be rateda Prompt Efficient Service All Work Guaranteed
.On the Beautiful RiVer .. and Frank Korpi of Brook In celebration of her 13th Teal and daughter, Miss Florence "standard school of its type a
lyn are spending a three-week birthday Blnny Putnam daughter Teal of Eldred. Principal Mr*. E. A. Burgess an- NIGHT OR DAY t.
i I
vacation with their parents. Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. David Putnam Miss Muriel Altord. daughterof nounced this week. Several yearsof
and Mrs H. A. Korpl In Walton. of the Drive gave a slumber operation are necessary before Just: Phone 246 '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alford
YOU CAN SAY IT AGAIN Another son, Charles la vacationing party July 8 followed by an all- I former residents of Stuart was these requirements can be
met, it .
in Philadelphia. Cpl I was explained.The
day outing July T at the country married to Charles A. Fonnettof
George youngest In the family home of her paternal grandmother Dunbar Va.in a nuptial mass exercises before a capacity iLiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHH! II I" / IIIIII"BECKER'S"
and In air-service at Eglln Field, audience In the church
Mrs Lewis Palmer In
July 7 Irt St Anastasta Cath- '
Fort Pierce Farms In the party olic Church in Fort Pierce. The auditorium saw 186 youngsters I I
4 to )16 Ii
yean of age become,
were Dorothy Ellen!: McCray Rev. M. Beerhalter conductedthe !
graduates of the 1948
Barbara Baker, Sue
SUvla Frank,
service before the flower-
.The total enrollment of 233 included I 3 Mile North of U. S. 1 I
COMMISSION"! Humphries, Ann E Platte Shirley decked and candle-lighted altar. 47 Stuart on | ,,
,Taylor, Nancy Patrick and I adult general workers
While guests were being con-
Meeting and, faculty members.
Regular, / Bally Mr Putnam.and Mrs Ruben T Johns- John ducted Yanaros to their and seats Omer by Neolke usher Margaret Mcggett said the figure | DELICIOUS FROZEN CUSTARDS j, '
8:00M.Rita represents "a
ton left Tuesday morning for a program of nuptial music was last good Increase"over .
05f and 4th Wauchula on a short business played by Earl Kelz Prior to year 5 Hot Dogs Hamburgers Sandwiches

WEDNESDAYSStuart trip Over the week end they the service Harold Tarkenton and The 121 graduates girls Included It Included 61 boys n | Cold Drink Coffee .. Milk Shakes |
pfbNr entertained their Arthur
!A' Hall son sang "Because "Ave Maria"and Baptists. 41 Methodists
't ; City 12 Presbyterians
S Johnston and Mrs Johnston "0 Lord I Am Not Worthy"I 12 Congregatlonallsts, | OPEN 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. |
who were en route to Orlando
The bride, given In marriageby
r from a month vacation trip In .I 12 Episcopalians and 12 of other (ifll II II III III III 111111I1 11I1111I1 111I11111111I11I11 11I11 llMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM, i
Wel'i. her .maternalgrandfather
Public Always e faiths. It also Included 87 beginners -
Mexico A. Frere was gowned In bridal
primary, 53 juniors
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Svec of
satin made with portrait neck
I and 18 intermediates
-- line ,long sleeves and peplum WHEN YOU NEED 'a'aLUMBER

skirt that fell into a long train.
LIST your Rooms, Apartments. and Rental Her Illusion veil was flngertlpped Eaton, her maid wore heavenly -
Homes with us. and attached to a halo of orange blue satin with bustle effect ,
blossoms. A whit orchid cen-I I and both wore long gloves In

L. tered her bouquet made up of colors matching their gowns OR ANY }, '
white carnations. pompons and 1 Sharon Smith, daughter of Mr.
stephanotis with streamers of and Mrs L. V. Revels and a nieceof BUILDING' i '

\1UYINC tulle. After the service this bou- the bride acted as flower girl. MATERIAL,
1 f quet was left on the altar In Her gown was yellow tulle and r f
d FULFORDJ of submission she carried a blue basket of
v : to the Blessed Virgin flower petals that were strewnin

321. Miss Joan Cairns was her cousin the bride path Jules Frere
's maid of honor. Her gown Jr.. cousin of the bride was best

was pink brocade satin made on man. East Coast Lumber A
idORTHIASTSOUTH( princess lines Miss 0'OPEN A wedding breakfast at the ,
Y ______ _---1 Burston Hotel followed the ceremony '
OR ,WEST. . which only the wedding \ l \
party and relatives attended. In i"
& Co.
Take you!.choice: ol Summer1!grandil the afternoon a reception Was Supply I l ;

Pl.oi 1.+' t Will TAKl YOUI Seasoned voco- Plnewood. The brides book was
tionen hove; found G.yhound'i big In charge of a sister Mrs. C. Phone 22 P. O. Boa 305 Stuart Florida 1 l: t

new or-! fitted with evWy for complete 111., for the wedding Mrs I
f facility THE NEW \
R. L. Childs and Miss Helen www'TIME
travel enjoy *n' ores to everywhere -
Cairns presided at the lace and
morns'" .xlro money for an flower decorated table that helda CANT DIM THE BRILLIANCE OF

extra itoy Chick your holiday com- RESTAURANT three-tier wedding cake and
pan Gay H YOIIO. exotic Key DIXIE TAVERN was cut by the newlyweds. Punch

West exciting gVeat titut sparkling was served by Miss Ruth Oreen

-rS* beach or toolWeen''' mountain- ; Mr and Mrs. Fonnett will d4aT

then ga.the. bat* traveling the bride wore a navy
blue and white ensemble with

SEC MORE / \ MODERATELY PRICED orchid shoulder corsage
QUALITY Mrs, Fonnett Is a graduate of IJ IAMOND4. million eleart
MORE / \ a,. Anastaslas School and was V In the making. ."
SAVE employed in the St. Lucie Bank, tat Mint baaic carbon ,
X . CHOPS Fort Pierce. I ....tm.. M the toil awt ii
STEAKS/ ....
> But th* fern an
'S4tNfde nn. cryitallina form of
L era ? ? carton. .harder Lots anythr
SPAGHETTIWITH ........_ and i ,
REAL ITALIAN REALEST terra their Stuart tot tha ire of aona .! tuna. i .

Miami "\_ .....-$1.80 MEAT BALL OR HOME-MAD ITALIAN SAUSAGE III I thair. ,""Ih.thair_quality.omlimin.lihtd un-. i t

West Palm Heath, ,_ .75 changed ki !
B.a h 2.5Q TE
Daytona --
Jacksonville \....-. 3.75 /DELICIOUS SANDWICHES. .

Chicago .. .,\ ,,, .18.95 A .

'New York V ....18.90 [ Propertied fl" all kind* d

55. ,.. .. ANA terse OPEN \ for sale. It t t. 1

fe.... Veer.Crwrd JalarkWCHARTII : M. To' 12:00: Midnight '

It f. MITNOI/ eI -: -
I I ; Also >n ale and insure fJ
( i CIIYHOUND BUS STATION ,Closed Sunday \ alx..

Chuholm' Cafeteria n i

211 S. Fed. Hwy Lunch Dinner Ea era ADaeraad.rrs.e.- Cult 1,110rr.f.Me $15'0 '
Phone 321 Brer'idi app = L.wu. :: r..rll ,

; OKNG.; Realtor tw

O. Arcade Bldf. .
Phone 19


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1// t 1 : 4e ttivt lNeoI \ Stream Pollution 'I'h.'1t loYsing; shortage has forced many peopt.f t ( *

A V1'S into temporary.dwelling!*!, where wiring\ heatmt ul

I "J 'J" ? Published wry Thursday at ( ( f I o 1 t.O Now Prohibited cooklntf! ; equipment are frequently makeshift and>T

Stuart Martin County, Florida, 4nd that, lit turn, has created a new and very
:1, j t. O Federal Law grave II
/ 'PAGEAT S by Stuart Dally News, Inc., a By to life from fire At a tragic example a woman Snits,
,; {: "i f s Florida corporation O t.fIJ \' Ington town recently left her Infant children In a tuL 4
I Entered as second-clau: maUI
CLIO By JIM MURPHY shelter ,While returning a borrowed utensil\ to
V I 1,, v matter at the post office at 'a' Ifi
.r' .'j\\ Stuart, Florida, under the Acts June 30, 1948 was red letter next door. .She returned home to find the houst ;

Ad I Iii of March S, 18793lS day in,the! annuls of eorcwrvation- and the children dead J.Z
F apanPalm I, : jl":.m A FREt PRESS Ists In the entire United States, lor It will be a good many years before the hou i
In the meantime
ia eliminated. the
Tries age problem
that day President Harry
t on
:,; t aDd 'r1. lit.... c.iif )'. ing the hazard. in! Substandard structures (ta
With e.u..le.wor the two-tlli4.(
'.. g nl lh. aoan TIubllll ..... 0.. ,..., ..... man placed his signature on must be a constant vigilance
."1 first( phase on the
facillt t 1 A FREE, PEOPLE nrpt l M siren. APril U.' P d
siblf 1/14 ..d. 011. ahart aw.Mls, ...I'hJ' 4\ bill that provides rules against families living In them., Everything must!; be dote
(' r ... tt "Mr. Th. T,.... ru enn.olld.l.d onO This II the flirt ,
r I i J' Muck I. till, Th. slam. Ddp N._ x t stream pollution electric and heating equipment ag ufe as< possi\
.IJ1i1 I I. I h,.. f.'.nded" .>tnbOT. ., Kit..'Ill. H wnkMFMBl Wrj 9 1 of what li hoped will be Jnany It should b. done by a qualified mechanic, not lob
; t A yr ..wesmP"AorW IkreluWtAa. l lr T arch bill outlawing the dumping handyman Children should\ never be left wlthuM ,7

j ': r( 1 ., O of any) and all refuse Into the nearest supervision .And some sort of Approved j ;: ; NATIONAL EDITORIAL river, week or tidal waters. should be available for !Instant use m.

SSOCIATION pullutlon by any name I" like *. Second, it ia the duty of municipal ulhori u e;t ,
4 m 199 feet still smells, and It not. HW stantly inspect dwelling, particularly those whka

hope that in t U* too temporary nature and enforce adequate safeti
:R OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS distant future our \lawmakers will This will cause! hardships but no hardship ,
3'f i rh. Anii..l>tml. !I',... o tfllod mtwiwir, In Ik. a.. hp rnilblle. .tl.. of ill the awaken to the fact that constituents fire. Is UM tf
i I..al ,r.. p.I".,I ,Ia lie ....._r. 00 ..11 x .It-AP lea dlq.t.h.e" as death by .
3'I f "' as well ai big business are hazard of.fire be serious
,r EDWIN A HKNKINCKB .. ... ,. .......wMNICKT .._................. .......PuklUkw b lie considered The can even In a( 4.,
I ff ; ; : C, 1.TONS . ............ ...... ..:........... .. ........,....,...,,....._.KillurClt to well-maintained, homes It is critical in old rd .
1S 1v I I ;' 1 ID'41N: A. MtNNINtrK.!; JR.WIUlAM .. ..... .. .. ... .?. ...." .... __.... ,....... Editor Waste matter now discharged dwellings or new "cardboard )uousee,"
I n. MITI I1K1 I IJllUN .. .. .Ad..rtlol.. at..._ Into'water could be converted Into 1
1i r '" U MKNMNf"' )KK r .. .... ,11..11_ at..._ by product! that could repay over Education.!la.cencerned with action and"I'l ltil !

SUBSCRIPTION RATES and'over' the cost of reclamation'' '.life ofreason. Its Foal I* a disciplined PWlot,

; nr Mall) 0. :rbr. II/' Two Y_..... .. .. ... ...._......0 ,- D plant, and the cost while sizable In applying, and directing his knowledge and his ports

.. / itself U nothing, when the total WillismPja
i Aarelie/ne' / ree. .01. "' "" un .,11. IM ftt eeWYN tII. Ihl "
I., ...J"",a' lOr ..,..II..ble ne..y..e." ... ,of tear entire plant is' (taken.
floe A..nna.A. ere,. e...Lev. .1' .nll'..., b ,k. hu fur rpoblkatWa. 01 .11 ....Li cost .
11 into. conski ration. Tim next time
i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiliuiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I ,i r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini, '
you have no pi ice)! In particular togo :
'; YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR ., drive on U, S. IT; to Polatk. ARE YOU PREPARED!

and Just 'north, of f that fine enterprising .
.l lllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIII '
y city you will come to RicCrwk tO MEET
t It has been just !100 years since the U. S. Government Take just One deep breath \\THE '
y got) into the business of selling stamps apd carrying mail of what phoukl! be pure fresh air SEASON.
to which tin stamps had been affixed. The first stamps and then 'Ml ire what you en. \ FOR

i issued: ly the I Federal Government were a 5)-cent and a 10- countered. Take trip down that
) cent stump \hearing( ( dote of 1847V h n I was a boy, stream, that was once [fire water, ALTERATIONS!
rolkctiiiK stamps as n hubby, the Scent) stamps (canceled) and count on your adding machine MAINTENANCE REPAIRS;

p sold for 4D tents each< ; today they sell for about $40 each the. number of dead fish you ace, CONSTRUCTION

{ ail, The 10-cent stamps in my boyhood sold for $2.50 each y and then, with all sincerity tell PHONE 9144

which we t thought( an ixhorbrtant price; today they are \ \ A P6ictr your frkndi the trutlj of what ,
; worth anywhere from $WO) to $200 each, depending on 1 pollution really means.

condition Sportifwhuig brings more revenue D. Smith

Stuart subscribers Interested in seeing a copy of the Shift-7 Cent'Explained to Florida than all the pulp Raymond I

r G 1847 (5-lent stamp should contact Edwin A. Menninger, Jr., Plan to mills put together, and while! we t0A5tfc\ < .
1 ,. who has nearly 1 1,000 varieties of U. S. stamps as well as need these nulls to provide }jobs ,

many foreijm for our citizens we do not need _. ......__. ..
(The principal hope for'construction of bridges; rilmtum) to Schools The States contribution them at the! expense of the greatest r --- --
; The idea of writtenommunic'ationR
sending! : by A from Stuart the oceHnfront and instillation the has estimated '
a to nest year been at $41,750000 revenue' producer we' luwe Frr- ;
back to the of existence \
messenger goes beginning; man s of u new Jrau'ipan( In the J Jensen BfUtli Bridge Half of the 1 e.nt fax t brings in only) about $2.SK( ),- nandina/ and Jacksonville are two .
earth The ancient Persians had of
,91\ a quaint custom lies in Statewide approval of this mriendment\ <000), but if it is shifted t.i. some other purpose the more examples of,what great corporations :
: the shaved heads of
wrting messages on couriers, accord- In Ngvenilwri general election. If It ptwtet general; fund \will have to 1)(1 I reimbursed In that ran do with Immunity KELyiNATORELECTRIC
ing toV P. Keaubey After the concealing hair had
Martin.Q"mty will/ have a surplus In its road umount if it f II to meet the scTiool 1 needs to !kill off not:'only sportsfishing, I
(grown out again the runners were sent on their journeys, and! bridge fund starting In 1949 and rtroluibly Nor will the *hiKl fund needs remain static "(he but commercial fishing and the REFRIGERATION
and the to whom had to shave their
they were
'r persons will tw able"' to offer fiscal sulficlency for theprojects increase In pupil attendance and the Increased i quail great oyster business. Give us
;4 scalps again order to read the
j in message II ,it u defeated little or .no chancefor fioatum of teachers under the new law incentive! one reason for this wanton waste! > \
Postal: administrations have exsted'' for hundreds of ( the construction in wen In.fore 1909 wh% system will mean that the .hools.win cost more of natures resource and we shall
i year. but the service was very unlike the modern postal die will .. from he each
!! county start having a surplus ( tn operate year The $41750000 estimate give In return 100 valid reasons ,
p systefp..ig4he; first third of the 19th century in England, present 2 cents nil..icatcd to It.) of SUIt'rbt..II.I'nt( English is within $249,(000)() of the why' you are fat the wrong.
the postage wax paid by the recipient of the letter rather
( limit pieced Pay 4 the Legislature for next year. health of '
? than the< sender This led to ingenious methods being de- (Reprinted from the FensacoUNews) However the superintendent. estimate was madeJuly The your family, your GENERAL LINE
friends and
deed for fraudulently avoiding the payment of postage. 1 and h only an estimate On ]Jin. 13, 1949 the!than community ii far
I Code messages! in dots were sometimes placed on the outside Fuller VVarren, Democratic !nomine* for Cov he must give the exact figures after having received more important either fishingor \Vf

J of an envelope which the recipient could read before truer, sakl! recently tint "he had! twins, duubti, dais on attendance! and teacher qualifications. Last Industry, and yet many' .sit Idly '
b"L with the let do ,SMALL APPLIANCES
;i handing the epistle buck to the postman with- an excuse for aloud, the ud\liability of ratifying( the proposed con year tli it January figure, was about $3,000.000 more it",1 attitude and take George for ,
: refusing! to accept and pay postage on the letter. Also, utitiitiorml 1 amendment giving the 7th cent of (lie than the earlier eMimate. If the figure mm that ed things grant- \ .
the ixKUjfe varied widely with the distance. It cost 4 Ras' but to yeses f purports. Hut ho promised a post- much more thun the estimate this year what will Ask GUI Orbing of Fenian
what bal \
dina harm been
l pennies t t'O' send 4 ngle! sheet 15 miles, and the cost increased live statement bef ire the Novemlx-r election 'happen? ]It cant, \t run over the $U. t9.000! ceiling ask done in BESS'' HARDWARE
( rapidly with an increase in mileage, until to send Warrens jUtemtnt was wnipleil\ with another in fixed by (lie Legiiilature. Will the teachers who have his city, the commercial l (fisher;
the same letter 700 miles cost 17 pennies. his I hileriK'W' tji' which| he said he saw no reason 'bltlaincd addition quiihfications suffer by not menthe fellow next door who,

4 (' Then, in 1816: Rowland 11111 .(an alert Englishman,) for addition! \ taxes! ID carry put Mil program of the Stile all nations under the bill receiving like you and I, like to try a handat ,Where BeginsBOX'N .
argued for reform postal matters lie Suite In of his belief that getting a few fish Without the Fuhitif :
in proposed ((1)) expanded strvioes view 'Of count, tw) Legislature will meet! in April 1949
to abolish the custom of charging postage{ on the basis oft much can lie saved ly central purchasing,. of Stitesnpplu nnd cap lift that ceiling ;and in the meanwhile, the necessity of traveling*many milesfur STUART, FlA.\ PHONE*
'jJ'' Ii distance. because statistics showed that the cost of he but : them ,what they know of whatpoivmous
delivery 'I. [primps' is right t, ret.'f'ut( estimatesof mw Governor. will have an opportunity to study
varied Imvljttlc with the mileage) *2)) to abolish the custom stl> xil costs for tile nt'lt t year and of the State the States; Cecil; affairs! and tar determine: on. his waste' matter' has dime (

s't ,', of .charging for one sheet of paper as a single letter surplus at the: end of tie, fiscal year ended June 30 polnhs( Also ly thin the exact heeds of the to our fishing
.! etc, substituting! n system based on weight; ((3)) the pre- indiiiite' tbtt some, time figuring will have. to be schools will 1 lie known Report coming In to this columntell + 4Mr ar i pOrrmar'

payment of postage by means of gummed labels or stamps i imll clone For these! obvious reasons it will )be well for of thousands of anglers<< f

; 1 ((1)I ) to establish a minimum postal rate of 1 penny. Oimptroll' C. VI. Cay said! that the surplus at, everyone' who votes in !love: iher to give( serious throughout the State unable} to illOO

Such radical reforms were not accepted without a (the end of this fiscal veir would! Iw sleet $25.0; consul*.ration, Jo vOn ther" he wants the 7th cent Find accommodation at (fishing

fight, but four years later the penny post!! was establ'shed. (taco)), whkh souodfi very, good, But he ijdded! tint) revenue fluffed from tthools to road building gwtux camp over the holiday period Wear OOVPON
1 Rowland Hills reforms have proved the most valuableS this world, he used" up liming tue summer ami, tall f unAW tea tmiiiniition of the various County sincere lit our belief that more ls a ,,.

S l Ice Britain his rendered to! the cause of postal pro- in carrying sd"MIIs coal welfare programs until new OinHnisskms' people went fishing on lakes, VO

guess, vastly improving social And business intercommunications trice come hi.It The new amemlmejit provides that the 1 cent rivers coastal waters! and emi the!
t and establishing a standard for the rest of the !t .alto! must I he remembered that the State lull l lax shall 1 III' used first for bond retirement. where rolling' deep, than ever attendedany ; EXTRA

world to try to equal a surplus of $51.K,1KK()( () ) at the beginning, nf the the present 3 cent tax for that ,Is liunffk'ient great major sporting event In
)' The first! stamp Issued! by the Br:tish Government in )iar Tlierefore, that iiirplus has Ixxn cut more The remamucr, of( the 7th purpose cent would be- the State, "You who may doubt : TRADEINjAUOWANd

e 1840 was really a stamped envelope, the stamp covering han In half despite tiles fncrensed revenue from livld lI'(1 l 80/ ) per cent to the State, Road Department this statement might convince yourself

one whole: side of the missive. This proved impractical present .taxes. In carrying the expanded! .:houl,{ mad and 20 [per cent to the counties' ). But the 80 (1/ you but took the time to

I and was immediately followed by stamps the same size as building program tliiau h the list year If the program cent time( SRD receives can be Spent only on roads per make the rounds of the camps, FOt 10u1 OlD 11E *I II
those!! commonly used today in the United States I reinnns the time, ami it will. not l bccllu* designated" I by the county board In the in past bridges and such uteri than I i l
; i:. v The first gummed stamps in the United States were "schools, will cost more that surplus! ) will be wiped 1 Hindi, it collected\ and must lie spent county 10,000 fresh water fishing licenses NwBSGoaa

/net issued!< by the Federal Government but by private corporations out by the end of time next fiscal }year, ]June 80, 1949 finis. in effect, the revenue would be diverted were told In Duval! County lone

t 'r ,a such as the Pony Express, Well-Facgo and similar 'It b I a serious.. question then winder the 7th cent from scissile| ,| to County Commission-directed during the past year, Couple this 'a Sillrertor

( institutions, later also by the individual States Fora of the gas tax should be taken from the schools and on roads One good feature is that expemblnre the- fact with the idea (hat for every :.....a.......

time when the mails first were interchanged between the general fund One Iialf of the revenue from SOD woidl ht, the contracts and supervise the fresh water angler there are not ya..bode.v. 8oesr

States rubber stamps were used to indicate the payment that cent goes. to SCHH,Is and the other half to the work hut? the roods, would be chosen by the ten than 40 who fish the salt wa- Ord pb4 a W
i of postage! and valuable items today are the old envelopeswith g'IlI'rul; fund!. which ia to pay out the Slates conn11111Q111I1' boards. county ten where a license is not need. far tr.d. le dl'Just /

an X in th< corner, denoting payment of 10 cents. i sary Then add to that (the ones dip title aaea

Many factors affect the Value of stamps among collectors Overjoyed Employe: 1m I tod..iy r* over 65 and under 15, not required tiring R tai T 4rh

\ Ordinarily\ used stamps are more valuable than fattier! I 1'111 a fall1t'rrUnimpl't'Ssed 'I learnt two kid not to call to posses the little piece d 0. gof
4 canceled, but there are exceptions like the final issue of Laugh lines 'Sol "mammai little of paper, and the total figure will tires.iIMRID
: babyTf
newspaper stamps issued by the U S Government, back IuuIIIISI ymrnld prove startling indeed, OFFI CXDStaeg
Shut and '
al uJ :iiiiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiDaughter I l man lip get bat towork' -The CelotexerNalei
In the 80s when publishers purchased Each
newspaper stampsto SOI of the In this angler goes fishing many UII
defray postage on their these were stuck in a : \V1uit\ is women times each and Lt.LM
papers; alimonymotherr" year each
f trip costs '
-chicago News world! spend all their time trying flrt Cwrtal a i lIS/)
1', book at the Post Office instead of on the Individual paper, to make a fool of man' coin 'of the realm, therefore when LIFITIMIOUARANTtE
l# and cancelled This system was cumbersome, so Congresa Mitheri, Its! some the,totals are
; : a married mans Suitor: 1 wish to marry your. Kale Yeah.' and the! other 501 compiled the SUM Is r.
,k ;,, passed a law whereby the publisher pays slump sum in ca h.surrendl'l'lalue.. dear' daughter Sir: spend all their time makea of such ilze It become amazing a
w cash for h's' postage bill and gets a receipt. When this [ trying to to all but the who
Chicago New Dad: 'D law took effect, the Post Office Department In Washing many sport from every angle Compute ant
U I ton had thousands of pretty stamps left on'land) and Boss: 'I suppose> !! YOIl'wr.h I weredead Suitor: Thanks a lot, but k-ti Chicago News the cost of your yearly trips then /

ill rather than destroy them, the department sold complete *so you could spit[ on my settle this other thing first.' GETS MAiL BY add the money! apent by the ones .PMCffiTIRE
t, x sets (including the $1,000 stamp) to collectors for 917.60, graver Bcldencws UNDERWEARSTOCKHOLM who go deep sea fishing mix well

i (Newspaper stamps never were good for letter postage Employer) "Not* me, I hl/te|t to (AP), .M The with the cost to the one who own 95
I f anyway, so the Government was running no risk!I of these stand in line "Well' : dear, and.; what did mamma ; Royal Swedish' Mail accepts men'I and operate'thelr own! boats Couple I

being used). Those particular newspaper stamps are -Pharmagr ph. .. little baby learn in school drawer ai a satisfactory document with the parlay, the gasoline U.N Iml
much more valuable if canceled than they are brand new. - of Identification At least it. did used to reach the fishing spots, p1J11AaBUYS

Stamps for revenue purposes (to raise nioney for the medicine stamps, playing card stamps narcotic stamps, once, A young soldier went up to meal, refreshments and all the A GNIB.
1 Government by being affixed to all kinds of ]legal documents liquor stamps, tobacco stamps auto use stamps, special a Stockholm post office counter to incidentals that go to make the [

Ji checks, passports, real estate dealings, stock certificates delivery and special handling stamps, postage due stamps, get a registered letter, addressed to rip pleasant 'and brother you F. CoodrichDIFIANCfTIRE
and aimilar purposes) were first issued,: by ,the and literally.hundreds,of other diffeernt kinds, until any himself! have real MONEY, money with
t IT S. Government in 1862 to get money to carry* on the thing: like a complete collection represents a Very large "May I see your Credentlahr capital letter.

Civil War, About' 100.different stamps comprised that investment of money, And the strange thing about such the clerk asked The soldier had I
l first issue, running from 1 cent to 1000. (This issue of collections is that they never depreciate in value. none I SPE OAF ROYAL PALM CHEVROLET'KRUECEk

stamps complete with one or two exceptions, and also the In 1925 I bought a sheet of 5-cent stamps issued to "You must havt some mtans/ ol Most women donl give away a ,

t t'u h newspapers stamps above described. may be seen l ID,Ed, commemorate the Norse-American centennaryl! they cost Identification the clerk Insisted *secret| they merely exchange it for BLtXL STUART PHONE
} Jr. collection.) me $5 at a Post Office in Minnesota (they were not told The soldiers. facd cleared. Bashfully another. .When a woman uy) she
)but stamps have now been issued for so many different at other Post Offices throughout the country) In 1033 I he loosened his belt and pulled fust turned 34, the probably means

r purposes that collectors are forced to specialize- The old that sheet for 175 Too bad I did not invest some real l up his drawer. On their waistband 43. What this country needs b fewer

U S. Government alone has Issued postage stamps, custom money in those stamps In 1928/ and keep them until now I II ] neatly embroidered in red by permanent wave and more per-
I house stamps, stamped envelopes, parcel post stamp rould retire That sheet would bring at least f 300 today. loving mother,wu' his name and immanent wlvet. A word to the wife

match stamps, wine stamp, potato, stamps,.proprletary -E. A. M.b. theft number, Is seldom tuffJclent.-yoinr Life, FIRST IN RUBBER1IIf''l'V'

...k. ssr: ; w, _!.. ,_" '..rods: : : ,.'. a dE' ,'. m.&."...' w, c ,, ;. c' I. ". ; '....,,:..,.,-1 "..;J'I': .. t

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?CHWHOLM8::w.(TRILL'> at Idas Tallahassee treasury, July received IS (WV-rior-a)) record Notes of Interest To Veterans i sOLisii'lauf"lIr !

r. .JoJlNWI8KP. ..,..... 33.757.1 l tram 1U taxes on U Mock Wedding Features Joseph E. Gum V. Ccntaet Officer / T.et MvS. West Of H H>rt lisoei l a :
/alt/ .. IUDDDlG.: :yr.CA cohoUc beverages and clgarets At 'office of a R Jt HOSPITALWrit ,'
.......... Lowery West Palm Beach Headquarters For 'lnfcniw im
during ed June'the!30.fiscal year which end- Shower Given Sims ,Couple 0:30: a.m.4 p.m Monday 712 Comeau Bldg.1111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" 4218 CmtMl I ArwiM ,J-StOl It. ,atenIo.rt, Fto. >y ,+

The collections $21.4 o,381 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiitrans /
By MARIE BRODR1CK. --'-- ---
from wine, beer and .
whisky and Questions by Veterans and Authoritative that July !Uta the last day
A $12,328,769 from clgareU-Vere trait carrying a bridal bouquetof
J.U cent The new Hobe Sound' Corn answers by the Veterans for reinstatement of lapsed national
per above
previous onions carrots and) peppers
r high Of $33,037,288 munlty Center recreation hall Administration are pub- life insurance on FUGAtE
for the 1943' was accompanied by the maid lished Id this column by The Stuart service and GREENLEES
46 fiscal Year and J.73 per cent was the setting Saturday for a of honor, Ransome Randall, News as public le"lcaIf comparative health basis. Before ,
above last year' receipts. surprise shower given by the clothed in the latest Jhewlook our Veterans Aug. 1, an eligible Veteran ENGINEERING
M.08J Beverage taxes produced only ladles Of the Community Churchfor style topped with a lampshadehat Q. -Jt have been drawing 157.50 may reinstate ,any amount of AND SURVEYING > '
more this year than last and trimmed With a potted plant
the newlyweds, Mr. Mrs. each month from my 110,000 war term Insurance
from to
year and fell more than $1,000. Arthur ), Sims, who were married followed! by the bridesmaids Pet- risk Insurance since my discharge $1,000 ,Registered\n'I': .' ,Registered, Sun.yoraFI. ;
000 below the 1945-48 level. However at Gainesville June $. The er Shot William Wheat, Arthur from the Army' after; $10,000 in multiples of $500 regardless -
smokers more' than made hall was decorated with flowers Broderick and Leon A. Conine World War I. Are such payments of the length of time It ... Cert t 148 )'I.. (ert. 132 and 665
op the difference and the revenue and palms all appropriately dressed for the discontinued after the 110,000 is has bees lapsed and usually
from the 4-cents a package Occasion The flower girt, Robert -
On a table was a big wedding exhausted without a physical examination. ;
last levy Jumped 7.8 per cent above cake while from the ceiling was Hurst, WM Cute;\ t In her little A.-No. Payments may be continued He need only till out a simple Arthur Dehon B pg\ Stuart, FI.. i
year ___ __ misses ouint. for the remainder of Ew
__ suspended a large wedding bell your i.ti.
-rr, from which streamers of ribbons The ring-bearer. Miss Ad'alr life, provided your total disability application form In which he ti.
reached to the corners of the Mahan,, in dude's! outfit, carried remains unchanged. certifies that his health Is as ---r iffeeyouidea&t t
good as when the policy lapsed
table. On another table, beauti- a 3-lnch galvanized' grominet' '
'PorterPaint fully trimmed rested the gifts a pillow as the wedding band. Q..-i WOUld" ;to appear before and pay premiums for two l x

from the 150 friends present. Following this procession came the rating board to explain months. '
the reluctant Mrs. claim. I do ?
bridegroom my own May this
when Highlight Postmaster of the evening Paul Mahan carne( Marl* Broderlck, dressed In a A,-Yes, but a definite ap- BECKWITH PROMOTEDIN
& Body fireman's red hat, loud shirt and pointment' should be made and MIAMI COMPANY
Shop .. .
came In clothed In' hillbilly at- .
,. jeans, dou. should be at the time -, Highest Cash
prodded along by, a you there O
tire, rppe suspenders, slouch hat / r !
A'T.Beckwlth employed for
ble-barreled. shotgun In. the for which the hearing Is designated eaid For Your ,
and with end of
over A & P 2ndFloor glasses on several In the Stuart officeof
) his hose and announced that he hand of 'tM brides indignant .. Expenses Incidental to yean USED CAR 1 '
SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING' Peppy," Mrs, Grace Hall, attired going U or from the rating boardhearls the Florida Power and Light
was the Justice of the Peace bemoaning !
{ In slouch hat, a real smok- must be borne by you, Company; has been promoted to See Us Before
.. '
AUto Painting 4 y Metal Work the act that business \ a vice-presidency of the Keyes
uttom made ,Slip ..Corals Sport Tops was very dull and that he wished itt pipe blue ,workshirt'> and have Company large Miami real
to well-worn jeans. All the wedding Q.-Why do I to pay the + Trade a.
that something would
happen estate firm it was announcedby /
parry were barefoot, two monthly premiums instead
bit. He ;
liven things up a was ,
President K. S. Keyes. '
of one when r reinstate my SUNRISE MOTOR COMPANY
Interrupted by a loud knocking: Justice Vahan Inquired the
He the firm in 1941 9
lapsed national service life Insurance : I JU-Z. 1. DIXIE FORT riERck PHONE 'in
MIHHIMIUIIIIIIIIIIuillllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" IIIUIinillllllllllllMJitittNERS at the door To his !'come In" cause of this -visitation and on manager of cotnmerclat properties ,
the door ppened and io his apparent being Informed by "Pappy, got policy
and subsequently was elevated -
\, ) I 'surprise and the guests' out his Copy ''of Webster's Dictionary A.-One premium Is for the tq manager of the property
31-day: period followingthe
delight a wedding party appeared. -; and from it read the grace
1 department.
RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT The blushing (bald headed) marriage ceremony. After' the date of lapse during which Beck with moved from Stuartto h

SPECIAL MENU EVERY' DAY | bride, C. A. St. Onge, With white' "vows' were exchanged the the furce Insurance without payment was continued of premium in- Miami; 13 years ago. His wifeIs I Sailspbrt RestaurantJust t
"Judge" told the to "sa tt
san, and mosquito netting groom
gown the Ethel Van
former Smith
Fried CMckeVi, Steaks, Oysters and Shrimp = : lute"your bride" and In the excitement ; the other is for the current daughter of Mrs. Maude Van I t
/ I HOME COOKED : ORDER the bride dropped her month of your Insurance policy's Smith and brother of Walter South Frazier Creek Bridge On U. 3. 1 i 1
LOYAL reinstatement
Tasty, ,Delicious Food = bouquet. Van Smith, both of Stuart. Under New Ownership '
MOOSE After the ceremony: amid the t
MRS. ALBERT GRINER I I STUART MEET LODGE..0. P. fa".M. hearty applause the wedding Q.-My son, a World War II BLANCHE POLLACK '
Ill M. ,.. WEDNESDAYSEACH party -mingled with the other veteran is,In a VA hospital a WE BUY ,Junk Invites You To Enjoy s ,F : .
MONTH distant city. Will I be permittedto ,
Drive In Curb Service = guests for the viewing of the
LbCIC t Moo.. .Homo visit him every day if I go to, wrecked Real Italian Spaghetti'I' I
f. MILE-NORTH ST. RIVER BRIDGE ON FED. NO. I.nuuuuuuuullflunuuluanbuHliuduunuuununnuullinuuullmnnn. S many beautiful and useful pres- cars, scrap
S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY live In the city where the hospital -
ents received by the newly-mar-
and brass.
L ried nalr. Refreshments were located copper 1
--------- served. AYes, if his condition permits sisbb'sAUTOTARTS ALL ,MEALS A LA CARTE '
/ her such visits. All Veterans ,
The bride before marriage
was Miss Jape Linn) daughterof Administration hospitals have ATREDUCED
the Rev. and Mrs. Alexander special hours set \aside each day PRICES
L I a CARLOAD Linn. Sims Is the son of County for visitors, the same as civilian South/Dixie Highway ;

Commissioner and Mrs. ArthurE. hospitals.\ / FortPierce.Phone REAL HOME COOKED MEALS '
Sims of Jupiter Island. "
Veterans' Administrator CarlR.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Broderick
and daughter! Marie Ann, have Gray Jr.today reminded vet- i ___. ,._ ...
-- --" '- -- '-- --'-
returned from a month's vaca-
tion in Pennsylvania where they
visited relatives and friends.
While* there :Brodrick was hon- 1 11 1j
h ored with a belated birthday /
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McDon-
aid and daughter, Mabel Jean
have returned from a trip to
Whatever You Need .to.. Build- Large or'' Small,- See Us.: Birmingham.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Russell\ Alia-

Building Materials of All ,Kinds. baugh have arrived at the home '
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brad- 1 j
rlck. The Allabaughs have visited 1
\:, here several winters with

CASA, LUMBER CO.VHONE Mrs thur and AHabaugh's\: Thomas Brodrlck brothers Alia.-Ar-

bough and Thomas Brodrick will
/ open a new' ,bowling alley in
I',' STUART t\ .,. 1\\ 66.I J West Junior Palm Smith Beach.and' Betty Lou' '
''' '
Powell of Belle Olade Visited last *
_i- f weekend\: with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde '

.... McGee -
'. George Baker of Birminghamvisited
1 two weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Griffin.Mrs. .
Dan.Shaw has returned
from a trip to Indiana and Illinois. -
/vote fa jotoov&t Mrs. Shaw's niece, Sarah
i Mae Stanley of Urbana 111., returned r,
with her aunt for "a +
Gaco i4ze mote utokMw* than ev&t months' vacation. f fI

t Miss Jean Arnold and Mary
t t Diamond have returned from
Kansas City where they Attended 1 M
.AND the 1st national THA sonventltm. -
CHEVROLET'SLOW Miss Diamond was met In 1 '
Jacksonville by her father and
they motored' on to New Jerseyto
spend the summer. :

Mrs. .Marlon McGee visited : .,. S' REDDY KILOWATT 1
PRICES Sunday with Mrs. W. D. Griffin. ... row O.dfl,s.na ,
Mrs. George Griffin and chil- A" t
dren Visited Sunday with Mr and
Mrs. Jessie Griffin. V .
.tk.n. tk 1 Leo Conine, Mr. and Mrs.'G. H. A"OMo't'OMUIG
( ate even.SSTfcVilu Tllton Mr. and' Mrs. George (
: Brownlee and children, Mr. and !
Mrs. O D. Quigley and sons ofSalerno ...

and Mr, and Mrs. Scotten
and children of Salerno enjoyed

: /+ KJOT t only does Chevrolet sttno* eu\.s the fint .nj only Jow";priced A. picnic Sunday In the woods.visited t
Alberta Griffin tIND.FANS
I /IN ear with all the following mijoi\advances whichcomprue the last week end with her aunt and

I .' soundest and) bat In'modern motoring\ not only does it offer all uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin -

.- ... these major :advantages of Big-Car quality at lowest prices .,.but it of Stuart. 1j

1/ ; offers then! at prices thrt? are.!now. definite _a.ri'il. ; vel lower than Pine trees need care only' pro- r

lW of any other car that even remote y afcwoaches it in quality;; ; tection from fire

IRSTlnBiuolityat.toweit 1CI-C lee the fast and j only low-priced ear with.UW original and ouUtand-, -

log Unitized Knee-Action Ride. It's the first?Vnd onW low..prlctd car ,

'. with t'v/arW champion V.I e-in-Head EngnA It's the fad and only 11-

.,0e1 r low-priced ear with the enviable gody by Fi her.Ws the first and only :

L J" low-priced car with the triple tafety-protectiorkof Fisher, Unirteel 8TtJARTSVlCI

f 'f.... oooy-i-oramitmm. the Unitized Knee-Action. cIo and POI tive- '

5ST In R trationa .Action Ifydraulk Brakes' 1912t ,

t And. yet .despite. the "fact eh.t CHEVROLET OM.V CHEV.

//1.1., ROLEY 13 FIRST to offer all these major advancemWs of' low-coit j I '.

I motoring, it holds an even greater price-advantage Vnd gives you .

even more value .lei your-dollars;; in companion with oth utomobileai 'W.Spec4111e. ,

tKan, Can1 previous time i inChevrolet history! : E
i )today f ,, .
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A.4.d Vai4"pHEV1iROLETau I. ..' Rentsls JbdayfFIOEIDI
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<; .,{j PAGE uN a II THE STUART OWl, 1T11uT. JrtUTIf! COUNTY, FLORIDA, THt'ltSDAli.IVU: 11 1941

1' tin to be authorized by the Post In cooperation! with\tile b

I AIRCRAFT WORKMEN CHURCH '' Stamp Honoring Office >Department will honor Conference of PrmnUoa
i NFIDU: IN AIR BASK OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES NYCSlat&UulyS) the Youth of America Th Control of Juvenile Dlf>

j UI DIRECTORYt'11Ii'T"iAPTIST rEWS Column stamp will be Issued In eonnec-' The Youth Month suu q

J Skilled< lrcratt workmen 'art Agent's GAINS Ion with the Youth Month Program undertaken by the
t In heavy demand at the Jackit INCOME Washington July .-W')-The in September sponsored by .n at the suggesuonijl\

I donvllle Naval Air Station as the 4l. 1. AM. A..w B, L M. Johnson .. new U 8. 5-cent airmail com the Theater Owner of America General Tom Clark..
MA1wa1J. P.''
....l.'IUL memoratlv stamp honoring
first step of aa expansion program ... ... .hel Floridians received an estimated of New York
.o II. --- anniversary
H. S. .. It's time for the annual FlorIda golden ,
In national detenae, 11''" a, .. Moraine W r kl. will be placedon -tj
Jones, of the For I..*. M .. Tinl.. tain., farm and home Institute) gross Income of $2747228000 City's consolidation
GL1DATV Pierce office manger Of the Florida Stat: .A.*. .9..m.'. .a.......,....Warahlp.Th ,... U. .... ....... The Agricultural Extension Service Seven V-Ps last year, the research and Industrial first day sale July 31 in New

i Employment Service; announce* ease0 ... lA ,Ito .... of '''11I... d.ratA1 .. has scheduled many course!. '' division of the Florida York. j NOW! fj

.,, & today, The Jacksonville offlc w....."..1-_ the two of Interest to South] The central motif depicts a
7 Ad' ,Issued a Statewide call for ap '''0 .. M 11''.._' ....,.. _.IM.. Florida poultry.and citrus growers Have Filled State Chamber of Commerce re- map of the Aye New York City
spanPaint ;a 's' pllcanta to fill certain technical FMSTiAPTIer.. being: ported yesterday in its weekly boroughs on a dark background, \
maintenance In th au.- business review around which I 11 a ring bearing \
aircraft jobs Florida Poultry Institute, CampMcQu.rr1e. ;] ARMSTRONG'SASPHALT
Wlthffacllli ,;I ; i '., N I assembly\ and repair departmen It..S.'*.m,. .W....d.L. ..R.......ta.....4. "*il ir Aug. Z3-2S. White House This 1947 Florida total ',I. the inscription "1898 The City
.' + of the air station. Qualified mal 1 .. _.. B T. O.. .. rr SuxUrCliurrt fective buying Income'1ncreased of Hew York 1948 Golden Anni
Florida Institute C.mp
I' ,' ._.... IH M< Ir4 Ster .. Citrus ;] 108 cent over the IMS Income Circling the ring are
begin per
+ expeoc0' wenal'1.
... 4.
sibly 1 work wlthln7k week after fUlni'' -,11. McQuarrle Aug. Washington W) Harry S.Truman slightly below the national seven modern airplanes Th TILE
..- application Jones. said T A/fCmJUCH OF COD Excellent programs are belni i Is one of seven Vice- Increase of 14.4 per cent color: will be red. !
+ P-t .at for these session whlcl
arranged "In 1946 Income Floridians first-
.. PM> Stamp collectors desiring
A W P Bnw MP Presidents who stepped Into the
-Ui.ry/i IMhel II A M will be staged at 4-H Clul accounted for 1575 per cent of send ad*
I I day cancellations may
Mor/4.. W II : the Exten White House on a Presidentsdeath. We proud to Announce that w* how
whip by are
aAa camps operated the national total. Last year this not in excess can offer( ,'
I'll the six other, four
I I IA S ll Nlckl Of Tile
f } Pru r Ml.h. <... tilt slon Service Extenslon.8crvlceotrtclall filled out their part terms per cent dropped to 1.399. of 10, to the Postmaster at.NewYork genuine Armstrong Asphalt Eepensil7) i?
fA STATEMENT Of OUR" say that all lntereste< merely The county breakdown show- City. with postal note or indeed. Your floorXcan be custom. designed b L
JOSEPH CATHOLIC The two who went on (
ST in office.
... CIo.ral...< A..nw farmers and their families an additional term ed Dade County in first place money order remittance cover your special need Vet I it will .. lowest

REV Wliur T. J. CKARY".., ,*PxtorMMM t ... 1 1t. 1nm Invited to attend any and all ol to their serve own an were the most recent on' with $518359000 followed by the cost of the stamps to be affixed Economical to maine with Armstrong's> LmwU m p.
POLICY"V .. .. .. the programs Our.I I with $381998000 and .1
3' MM mm f S M4.! In history Wax too. Dirt w..he.\off in a Jiffy .. \
.. .
*vk Do r> The only charges are for meals Hlllsborough with $284911,000" 1
I rdar d ..ro. .... r aI ... The six were John TYler. MU-, The latest V B commemora- keep it factory-bright: And, sihce the color .oeTJ
eo.f.Io.. ........, 4 1.1 1. 1.. ... Accommodations for 100 at each .
f rA. 1:11 1. w, camp to stay overnight can tx lard nilmore, Andrew Jackson -- -- the way through each an't ever look ikib{,
," l''' fact calling for 1m'j'j It Mr.S. M.. N J.Nar 1.10. Club r x. arranged If the guests bring their Chester A Arthur, Theodore ::.111I11 I I III I 1II111111t11 I 1II1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I 1111111111111 I or worn. Call us collect at F6rt Pierce 799 set ,

;{ n\rdlate\ actl.n' The r; 1.IscorALSUVICU: own bed linens pillows, towel* Roosevelt and Calvin Coolldge I Apparel of Distinction will be glad to give you a frfca estimate or vuit H
I I similar items Tyler became president in Wearing showroom at 900 South Dixie! In Fort
.f I fact: ONEHALFof IM w. TkM'.. *tnM and i Pierce. t
I *" M., attend would 1841 when William Henry Harrison
the Automobiles *nth REV, L M. J EJ II.A. .- Those desiring to after having been \
road $tod4T 1,* '"j trwa.r.tf ......... do well to make reservation :
J?d I' A. M. Kolr Ce and hom President only a month.. Tyler
,' t, L\ Yetr,. Old or Older'! ....*,* A.A.M M. Hn C*..S.1o..4...J...III.1.wet Mill' demonstration with their county agents, the Extension <. tenure was marked by constant >

J H\ The Action t-Making J Hair c_......-. workers bickering with Congress, and :
Service say #
0th. ...d.,.. ... ... Prarnlltt I while he was renomlnated by an .lJi I GRIFFIN-ECKER
'' .. .... Inc
I'" I I SIRE that 'you are ( f U Y. Pm MeMlM
ALL SAINTS Irregular Democratic conventionIn ,
date coming
FULLY pro ...ted with W......4Alunuto Important : 1844 he withdrew from '
4 .......,. up Is July 25-31 National > May, COVERINGS
11\"IUTY INS CR. the race the following August FLOQR
11 .. m, .. .... .17 AundiyH Farm Safety Week Plan on it
t"I I" ANCnbefordyoufac* J Jan ...Ir oiuiumiiiloi .( IL .. ... ... DII'Iaad.r .. of hazards on Fillmore who went into the NfcWEIT DEPARTMENT STORE =I
....... Make your
1/; arcldenl hazard i I' of wck your farm and schedule your Whit House in 1850 when Zachary OPPOSITE T. LUCIA COUNTY SANK Fort Pierce :=: I FORT. : PIERCE,,FI.A.F .
died, 'was turned 109 So. Second Street
,. I CHURCH correct\ at least one a
like that NOTHER FIRST METHODIST time to :
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\ all Woot I.d H.a. down for the nomination by the \iiiiiiumiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiinmiimtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMii I I l I I I I
:");: IHHR, Call us, NOW ? ... W. Co Aldw/.. P.t.Ta. day during that week. Whigs in 1852.. Four years later '
;: .,, '
j C' Wit' She C I t
I 'Aa.. .. s....., BcfcooLIt Eggs need special care in the Know-Nothing Party named hi- Tndl tr

:n a a m.... Pablo Y.U.I W..hD.1A1 r......... t.llolhl" summer! The hen delivers a him and the Whig Party endorsed Dollar .L Mrtf

ED MAPP :l0'a..I.s p .. P.kM N.. Worahl. M-Iun. Tk are Harp In.Ited .,. good product Do you? Hens him. He carried only one 1 .-, f F
State, Maryland. Spent
., to _.. .hol .hUdl'O. I INtM la lay fresh clean eggs If you '
auw ar darr., fire.a. .0r.I" keep yours clean and fresh and Andrew Johnson was perhaps MARTI]' f COUNTYHRECTORY
REAtfOR ..... least fortunate of all. He became At Home 1GroeF
.. 7,11, ... a. IIld..k narks. sell,! them to a buyer who grades when Lincoln
P 0, Arcade OI.lton .111 I n..i I w a bear 11.IN1au 1 and pays for them on a quality Chief Executive I
... .. in 1865, and Stay
.u .1. was assassinated
f.. Phone) 19 basis you will get more money resulting feuds with Congress led' BUSINESS 1 1Your II )
FIRST PRESBYTECIAN CHURCH for your product and create a At Home .
: ; t I. ... W_.'. C7.b lot of good will With the' consuming to House Impeachment proceedIngs I > Court 4,
*... C A. CmrrM.. P..l rIt against him. He.was acquitted -
p :01 .. C. S...., 1k ...L W..... public denied Section Week Will You
; rink. .a'or.A'.1t' OnwriBonUHo. The Florida Poultry CouncilIs but In 1888 his party Business Card In This Every Bring BusinessQuinn
_. Karl I Krotoft Sup'L MrCh..I. him renomination.. ,
an egg quality program -
i WII.. lap'II sponsoring Arthur succeeded: the asslnat _. .
the productionand -k-- --- -- - -
;1 ; AI. .. ... Wae.hle.nl. W_..',: to Increase ed James A. Oarfleld in 1881 and -- -
Clark marketing of quality and to credit him with f COMPLETE "'
'1I 1\ ;; : teach consumers how they may historians now JenSen Hdwe. Store
JENSEN SEACHCOMMUNITY to recognize good qualityIn having done an able Job But Electric and Refrigeration s .i MOIII

,{ 'tl Priori R... H.CHURCH H. J_ be sure Breed for quality. Choose when he tried for the Republican SERVICE rAnd
I f ...4. Scknri, eta .. .. eggs size nomination In 1884 he was Or \ SURE Meats, Groceries uAM00Ure
a strain bred for large egg No Job Too Large
e.r.k.aAe p. a.RIBLL possed over for James B. BlalneTheodore Frozen. Food.
'v CONGREGATIONAL Egg size is an Important factorin Roosevelt did better. Too Small 4 TRY VHEM THEY FOR DULLNOCELTIEt

1"f," '01. CIt, determining egg grade and' He served JV4 years after President HOBE SOUND I MODUCE. cirri lIo.us
./: { Th. .... W..... ...... 8.1,45 .- prices. Birds should approximate McKinley was shot In 1W1. I ARE MORE THAN UNDING LIBRARY MAla
,r .. aBundy. BD.Lha. the standard weight for ELECTRIC CO.
} ,' and then was >renomlnated and
lIorol. W.ahla the breed. Select hatching eggs hllo..n APT T\? HAVE IT.:. Jensen'Beach Little i
re-elected for four years on
I'I'1; \ 'IIO.YTEiii'MMUNlTr Of desirable\ size shape and color. In 1808 In WJ, he tried Day PhoneKobe I _
CHURCH Feed for quality Use a balanced Sound 3271 \, Stotrt fI._ f WOT r- ....
H'" Iou' nomina. '
.... Al .nd. W.. ration to produce firm for the Republication Nile Phone Jensen.Beach I Beauty Shop
I >i r he
.. .. ....., School tion, and when he failed I J PHONE 9131-J
1'i II .. ..B.....". w-..klp. whites and strong shells with Supplement started his own Bull Moos parI I Stuart 347.J \ '-n.-* a. AaRON AYE PItOIIIII -
grain rations high -- -- -
: CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY: OFSTUART quality proteins minerals and ty and ran for the office Hi ,
I'.d. unsuccessful, however -- -
TS4 rant F.Krtk. Sass vitamins. Two-thirds of an egg was r-
'i II .. r.-. C..... MT-.|ML Is water Provide plenty of this Coolidge'* term served when out Warren the latter OHarding StuartAuto I rI Get Miles of WMIRECAP

nutrient. Feed mashin
: WARRANT ALLOWEDTallahasseeIn Important and lI died in 1923. was renominated
non-wasting hoppers re-elected in 1924 and was '
tb'ctf" an opinion tithe I grain In hoppers or clean litter considered possibility for nomination Camp YOUR TIRES
a Uncle Bi' 'I I
VY1fJ; [ comptroller, Attorney den.. Feed green feed again In It28 when he 'ly sez. ,
A. JE Produce for quality. Produce Modern Cottages fl. ,.U.. (IW.idA,1hee
to piai
', his "I do not choose
I (QY fJ; W 1 yal J. Tom Watson advUei I issued
that where tangible persona I clean eggs five hens. Provide Use one clean nest nestIng for-. run" statement > 'And Tr.iler.Court I ( 1aPr- ua..baa ,er .'.. '. t... ,. WU.......). ::" J"::.r't.a.r::'1
I every Truman served as Vice-Presi I _" 1Thoub 1-.
1 flltaJO- property assessed for taxes 1 I material use wire under dent less than three months RENTALl STY, WEEK OR

\ removed from the courtly when I roost poles-keep litter on floor when Franklin D. Roosevelt died ALL CONVENIENCE you .make a lot of CHASON'SService. !

., t VENETIANBLINDS assessed tax collector may issui I nests clean at apd n4ght dry-keep-break hens up broody out of in his fourth Presidential termin BLAIR and BAKER money, and keep doin pretty Stalks

.,1 ;t his warrant to the sheriff of thi I hens promptly. Produce Infertile April 1945 1 OU Mate Hl-W.f Pbw Iii.l. I ; well, it won't all U "Milk Federal Mifli.,I

-: 7r Tra o Manufacturing Co. county to which such property, eggS. Keep all male birds away soil and md honey" if you wind up ..--- .-
sheriff flock except during and legumes make in
was removed and the ma; from laying
,,1 I ly; BOX: 1012 FORT flUQE; ( the breeding season Collect eggs water conservation Lime and d lawn ift Hell I Ther's. work -
and sell the propert, I--
( r levy upon ; I
{ to satisfy the tax lien. often, at least twice each .day phosphate: have an Important th*$'* hi rbi, gainful, and TPUEMAK1FertHner
it ---- I ; Collect eggs with clean, dry place in \the Agricultural Conservation I Keep In Touch thermen' who're I :
Program; because they prone toavebut \
hands Gather in clean, rigid
4; I Ia '
baskets Place In clean egg room are so valuable in Increasing the with there PROFITS 1

a ; I Waterfront PropertiesAlong free from fowl or musty odors growth of grasses and legumes Martin County 'J- hat .*rl PAINFUL dieTUXEDO "
Handle for quality. Keep eggs I FEEDS
and Robe Bound Meat and meat animal prices leartemft, to those who
the Indian and St. Lucle rivers cool.: Dont allow broody hens AND !
Ocean From.*.* to remain in nests Be sure the now average the highest on record I GAVE! \' caNuAIIIIII ,'
laying house is well ventilated and may go higher this summer Subscribe to The News 3. seep, Vour GAINS ar' wstcnciuu: regal

Store eggs in cool. moist room. and early fall, according tha\allis UPan UP, I POULTRY RWUI

Spread eggs on wire to cool Allow a recent Outlook report Digest.la the Meat Agricultural out 1 year ............. .. "$3 J -or your NEXT LIFE won't STUART FEED ST
tI. all eggs to cool thoroughlybefore
is expected continue ruining ke REGAL for you WONT 'Ise' "", CUll AVI.'PIfCI"I*
ti i I f Pack eggs packing properly for shipment Clean all put about 10 per cent below a ,,2 years __...... .__$5 /f BE HEADED UP! One can'tpend I JACK MAarat; JIIro '

Sts RIVEN- s = dirties Grade according to size year earlier through the summer time a THIEVIN' and -.

; and quality. Pack eggs large end and fall -- build MANSIO IN TH' __
UD. Use clean, dry. flats and fill' -I r SKY if 'prVfits leave '

I-r.. --- HOME BUILDING i folk GRIEVIN', you'll rut I it when you DEI{ I Docks,

least twice eggs each promptly week. Shipat Protect ::8 INKS ;; I r You're likely l not among 'eWAT -th' rich who gain THAT Seawalli(

I eggs enroule to market from HIGltfE & > but every DOLLA R. pilgrim, should come from

I sun heat wind and rain Never I HONESTPAYI ''You may .rush this off" as a ce I Boat Howe
M K;
stand case of on end WORtHAMGeneral
a eggs
r (
Avoid unnecessary delays. and yorf may say it'* SO MUCH I CUFF-but ttealm' earthly. Of MotConptructla

rough handling In transit Nail REDI MIX Contracting mammon make "many pathand ,fa y* ROUGH I All Types {

k egg case top only on the twb Repair'
ends Write the Department of \iCONCRETEVEINFORCINC P. O. Box 832 Ivan Tajj

Agriculture. Tallahassee for a One Block West Palm i
copy of the Florida egg law w khlivel' City Bridge On Th. P.aBo 10J

quality and weight classifications Right ] PHONE
of eggs t STEEL, ___ t.. _
I. : _
I You don't have to use green -

C goggles on ,your cows and your I CONCRETE Th.-Bat 1 I Web rdway --I FRANK HALEROOFING CONCRST
i land Is more contented when you BLOCKS v
i use lime and phosphate and ,the ,' Foundalions,
fly, \ Motors I II
right grassed and legomei in .BU' Ds'vewsyti

i tldi yout pastures, say Edward STEEL A ALUMINUM AUTHORIZED DEALER fO. Blokk. Br '

{, it. DrA Mapp chairman of the Martin AND. Tile, Sep its T
"I n County ACA. Not only is the Fo& D '1I In Fsd 1
pasture greener but the increaseIn Kitchen, Laundry/ Roof Repairing'
l ii { n growth helps check runoff in MASONR WHITE Cabinets and all srtiall. SALES AND SERVICE I Eventing t
t ,..I : aIt rain and erosion Is appliance Ita .DAY AND 511 So. Colorado Av.
a heavy
I 1 p/i ( 1 ( greatly reduced. A check of two PORTLAND I COUOYELECTRIC I WRECKER 'NITI'I I Phone 9141 and Len.t' Q

i pieces of ground\' a heavy rain, CEMENT MARTIN Door' _& ), MessageWHU L I. EcaE1 ,

one in clover and grass, and the PHONE .. > boseD
Phon* 748 IVt Mere.1111lil I I 9142 I II o. BM tn
other fallowed or In a cultivatedcrop Phone Stuart. FU. \ Bon
shows the difference grass '

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7 : ; ITCNF DI Fred A. Stafford I Boat StoVag,
Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties I BILL /FREE Plumbing A Heating J l

II III 'ter t Throughout.Martin County V\ | Doingflnahwss A* I ,' C Registered Sheet Metal f ash Wstir'
yd Sales Service I' r 0 Civil Engineer I rvMrmo SVTTEMS
\ I and /RENT
I t y I Sewall's Polar RJer-t.-Elv.r Properties" \ Equipment ti Cottare Boat 'AndLand .. M TM t.s. T......H Dry Storst

.<4 Moi.tur.:"Wiere and When You Want lt"IRRIGATION afood I ,

N' fJ l'' Joplter Island Oe an-U-8. n4 Estate Bite S IYTMaPUMPS POWER UNITS" ) AND SPRAT WH AU .4 RETAILBeit Surveyor STUART PLUMBING

= WE MAll\lPACn1IIE. 5F. For Sal I METAL WORKS Jtxckion'j ,

t C. B. ARBOGAST i .... SptinkJ* Portable Irrigation System. JENSEN BEACH' Itoart, rterUaPhon pmt lee Work*,

1 ea-W PORTyPltRCE ash ORANGE AVg \ ...-1 rHONUi Dv I" NKkl" K-M Pw .
',i 4i i ....Esta... WATOtnONT fEOnBTIU iawna.sJ.ATd f O, MIM ru. r_ a...... 91*iiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiuimiinii..we 'ipii I AT COUNTY-. MOWS .-. .
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