The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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-: REGISTRATION TOMORROW Days in Draft- CallA t 1 .,' i itot

ill of in mm urn. 14-23 that late Klckllttr urge all i

,Clasce to Start TueadaItWiojie or 221 per tent of (the "ktlmated young men' to register this week ,. I
total ellriblo In Martin if the
County poshtblei 60 as to bring .
Teacher. 1d were! registered In the dfflce ot rfKiAlrathm to ,a chl e. In the
10 Convene < Tax collector( L. C Kltkllter for'larger counties the lull 18 day .

the peacetime StlerUve Sorvlce art needed but such in not the .
School belts) wilt be back call Monday through yesterday. I case In Martin County '(There

in vogue tomorrow morning J.... The total Include 84 whltas Is enough hel I.;) available this /

when every white and Jiegn .. end 47 Colored leaving an ')sti a'ee\\> to that you do not have '

pupil la the Ut tl} the 12th mated 370 men yet to come. to< stand in linn but tire laknn

graJ-dC8111 Martin County will( I Klrkllters office said You immediately The office will be .
'need not watt until the date I open Saturday afternoon until 5-
rejriFter at their respective; : "J j perilied for your age group\ but but' will be closed Monday for I
schools from 8 ;30 .. m uo.'II .' must be Labor "
r. ; you lure and register uy DayIPORTER I
Classes __ _____ __
noon ; will start : '
Tuesday morning at 8 ::27. ; .

Convocation of all the court \ Stuart CAP NAMED -,
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tyli white teachers was field in I on' "

the high! tchool auditorium at I'I\(' Chi.hlllrn.rc...." ,I II"' "' ,...II I II"I ,''''"(mmii,'rims I" slrfo's'

''II The Monday Harry Invocation morning C. Webb and with In message charge.Supervisor I with th" arrival 1 01 hUII:1I) .I..,")1",1,.is ,"I l 'itmm. I I Unit to Meet --KIMS HEAD ,

were delivered by two pr -rtilnIsterial -: :
!. students, James Walker \ CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY Sunday at 2 Election Set 'Tomorrow

and Richard E. Robert. New II Alone With Scouting ,
teachers (CMsHolm Cafeteria andfeUl next .eck will celebrate .
who were Introduced Its tlUh cf (See the: Fourteen! members of \the Civil Pr gram. I
include Mrs. Julia Cathey, C. anniversary operation special onChUholm ,
I Ernest Clarke, Miss Sally Stevens '* Annlvcisary Week I It The HIuart News tndny Air Patrol( Stuart Squadron, met',I I w. ?::. Ncxicn! Gulf Stream! '
in the Adml itstrallon Building! ,
Miss Louise Dearston, John I al Wit ham Field Aug 25 to reII Boy Scout Council executive land I II

: 4 C. Golden Miss Eda L. DiBols, | resoling the Stuart unit. Under auUtant Stuart Troop 34's new .

i Movie D Kllgore, Mr. Kllgore ;]New Licenses I JAYCEES PLAN the command of MaJ' A P Krueisei I Charter to Us sponsoring Klanls .
.. "t -I W ol I being leaders bail. (home III II lie Ift' trout rim ) .i number (III I tl. Rid Union Mrs Mary D. Sampley Miss Soreha 1 the members, were informed : ,
Club at I he clubs meeting !
tic' lied* Crosli, /iaMivilw was Uu.fit. ) 11, ,ill) ..1,1'I tnlUgt!! ;unit at II""',irfl 0.11,11. ,". IIlImllllllil/n.( / Ala I 1,Jarvis,Tottcn, Mrs. Maude M. I <,I Ih 'I ir new position and the 'I at the Woman, Club tomorrow
...' arm at Hex" * Ktilit. Stuart. iii, I JI"lh 0'\0,1'I 01 I Oi ,lt\' I I sun reported ,
AI "ipUfa 01! 100()( tart" ,ii ifsim \ I h"", '" | Youngsters starting to school Major Krueger announced that Also a<> part "I f the program
Li; Orl..rni. 111). 4s iii.I 'I'N I ,11"I ,"d. Alt (I itchrow k (or the first time torn, must I -- I I
,"lb Slutus The nx. 11' \( .I", ..'! I yrow I New drivers' licenses for ;a complete > v I a 11 I Ion ground in charge of A. C Bridge. It,
I .
'imp ,
) 'mis \home. of1 II! '\gill lii,' ( :"i ( (Imcl have been born before Dec. 1. i' Ivu'"k l"ieanllp-palnlup. Khool been set I I I

.1 'timidity 11 'fe. cabin group) I talk, 11I", Martin! al St. Pttif\lniri? Jimi v U ill,..> it,( Atlo1"I,1 I 1942. The cafeteria la Stuart sale the year In of the 1949 office were of placed on' help campaign for the week of I ; courses has that are necessary up offeringall to troop scoutmaster, troop com I !

"'1udlne.\ with the ('UI1I1CJor.I\.mll\: K'd" cud NutuaiiK.1 B'"ei" ,it 1 IM" ,..1.I ."., will not open until Tuesday although Judge Arthur R Clonts County yester, &'pl 27 was .planned! by the become a pilot, such as navigation -I trltteeman Walton K Parks will I II
... the buses will start to- present five or six of the boyswith
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----- ---- ----- --- ---- -- I meteorology aircraft and I
I morrow. The book store will not day morning and SO sere' sold I i I Junior Chamber of Commerce as I awards' they have earned
IUTyr'TAX'' I open until Sept. 20 Daily tea'hrrs I the first day. Clonts office sold''i its next project at its meeting 'engines and a course in radio recently and also the council::
of I' Civil Air Patrol is
Thousands The
Eels ? Swarm j'I strictly
; ( ) 3893 licenses for ,1048. I
conference nave been held at the Civic Center Monday I a voluntary organization carried I lmmlng meet trophy which II I
I I The judge announced he will'I I .
this week Including the troop won fur the thir4.straight
one on
i night. Twenty-two members at en; by civilians, endorsed by the I
be in I
Iridlantown 10 with
Into River in Recent sudlo-vlsual education this; afternoon Sept. tended. ,Air Force. as a means of sllmuluting year two months :lAo.I .
a Highway Patrolman to !
ETS RECORDS give I I Annual election of officers will \
tests and Issue new licenses I I Similar to last falls effort it the interest of youths in ,
-.- Among changes Instituted In Is hoped one day in that week 'aviation along with Its" rescue mark this week meeting follow. j'
If resident of Florida 1
are a (
Stuart is the moving of the elementary -! you ing the nominating committee"report
I What air they? :I that they -be are alert and ..,--- library to the former and hold a 1948 Florida license''can be designated for centering' work and its duties during at last Friday session.

HGAUCUST( Thousand of eel-like fishes use Ernest Lyons, fishing edItor chop building Four rooms in the you may secure your 1949 license 'the cleanup effort when a city :' emergencies 'Headed by A. C. Courson, the I
holiday Will be proclaimed to Boys of 15-17 who are Interested -
have swarmed up the St. Lucl of The\ Stuart News Is contacting high school have been'renovated !I by presenting your 1948 licensei years committee nominated C. A:"Bill"* 11
,..;..--. j River In recent days Thicker- Al Pflueger, Miami taxiclerml.'it and the agricultural department i your County Judge office or allow everyone (o devote undl in these free courses are Porter for president, Henry U.I .
I vlded attention to the drive Invited to join the CAP Cadets
bodied than the 'ordinary eel jnd Dr. F O Walr.onSmith other authorized license
agency. Or
sealed Kindred for vice
10 cent and remodeled. The foot -president
h City utilityb'red
; per The Jaycees will dlSCUMhelr while those who are 18 or more I
with I prominent\ bulldog races, marine biologist of the ball field fence has been completed If you reside outside of Florida Carl A. Fogt, Parks, O H Tllton, i
back from a July they are reported abundant In'' University of Miami, to attempt I and painted and in any of the other 47 States or.plans with the City Commissionat are invited to enlist as senior Bridges, B. D. Fulton, Charles
thebleacher ,
mp"" \c' $140363 during\ AuK -1 1I. t early morning In shallow within identification of the specie. section Increased :I the District of Columbia and its session at city,hall next members. All interested. are Rue and Lewis Gamble for directors '

fourth hlehett total Iff.tneWanomb : the city limit fir I In (the meanttmt, OQt uther.fQ .I the eaut side,. ca I hold A"valid license from any,t Wtdnafday &lht, The Jynewaliu urged to attend$ the first meeting I and L. C, Kickliter for ,
ing Idertlfy them, snook and oi those tates.1'OU an'( wrcd ballot 2O'pef'esaboe f utidtir..thg hew organisation! to I
history" City"una Borne; apparently ttar Adult, nAY sign I the District 8 li !uten.nt-Guvvrt
'IJ. rare rom IVi\' to 2Vfc f(. long I sea trout are feasting on thewhataretheys affidavit and, by presenting your r the net: proceed from all Its future be Held at WlthiTn Field luadayat I nor position next year. t.t.I
| (,:r L. B. Eurit f office rek fund-raiding project to a 2 p.m.InCE'S .
( Other, which would be called I and small boys,I valid license, secure a Florida' No additional nomination
k tIed !late yesterday afternoon. having been dragging; home' KINDERGARTEN license In that manner In either building fund This cut wouldbe '
I dyers if they are young eela, HILL SERVE mere'' made from the floor so I
M t the> *am\ time' expenditure I( range from 8 to 9 Inches In string of speared whatsit Insisting ease, the price you'11 pay i IS, devoted to savings bonds M 1-'F.NT DINNER SINDtY I nomination is tantamount, to
I on eel for (upper---U they the same as last year, $1 for be held until a building can be
tm' this fund amounted to only I length : election However Klckllier verbally ,
raised. A Herb Rice Restaurant V.s.
joint Jaycee Jaycee on
The adult appear sluggish( are eels.COUNTYJUDE'S. I operators and $2 for chauffeurs i I resigned his nomination and I
.20 during the month tom TO START HERE ''I Addition
Ute project also was discussed opposite Bessey today -

> balance Of $119043. This,I _and_ _comatose____ _.__The__elver L_*, -__U_I,_If .you_Know.__.., -write.!---Lyons__ __ I license license expire All 1948 Oct.Florida 1. driVers' : ---- announced a 1 I-cent sale for,i disposition of his action Is un.

| Ute One-month In BALLOT CHANGE BODY Sunday dinners this coming Sunday dcrstood j ji
largest gain Proceed from the license sales I Arthur Ruhnkc was acceptedat
REV W. E. ROWELL I They will serve 'a turkey
A private kindergarten for i ;
e taz'a j history exceeding the I go to support of the WILL MEET STUART dinner lor $1 and to I a new club member bringing
t mv,. record set In March 1947; REPLACES ALDRIDGEI : children 4-t year ol age!, wilt be I II Florida Highway Patrol and are I SOLONS NOT ON IT bringing another person anyone with the roll to S3 Secretary H. H j ,
I Rev, and Mr. W E. Row the only source from which that
r more than $180 I conducted during the coming ; them that will receive Thayer presented perfect attendance -
|TIll net gain for August 1! ell of Silver- Palm near Homestead WORK/ REVIEWED! school year by Mr*' Robert V body draw operational funds Neither Senator Cvans: Crary the same meal person for 1 cent tabs to six members

e mice a*, of yesterday : arrived here yesterday I Johnson In the beginner roomof I I, "'PE'R -- nor Representative Marvin H. ',I!1 Rlres I also announced an Increase George Keith for six years, Fulton -
t BlILDING lIt8 ,
...rw' to 'JWllO highest morning where he will replacethe Rowcll was selected to the .21 In hours to 7 amtt for three, Parks and Porter
Rev W O. as the new Methodist Sunday J&SUEJ) DURING AUGt'STI normI I, open '' Keller andJ
Cecil Aldridge pastor :Slate Houw and( Senate I midnight Instead of to 8 p,m. for two and John W
-'-- I jf the Methodist Church County Judge Doyd Anderson i I r School building, she announced I Eight building permits with a hers committee which, will meet'''as has prevailed. Hcibert BrOner for one each. ;

Klfcl( ',!SE IX:? SALES Announcement of Mr Rowells of tort Lauderdnlc outlined the'''r yesterday I total valuation of $15523 were: In Tallahassee next Wednesday High School Coach John C. Ool- \
selection wa made al the I|I The clauses will be Monday Issued for the City of Stuart',to draft a proposed! revision ol 1ST nil ST. BR1IM.FTtMrOKIKILT orn, one of four guests Friday, '
sou rrn wholesaler! expert-, Church, morning service Sunday -I varied duties of Florida's county 1, through Fridays from t:30 am by Building I Inspector; John N Florida,, Presidential v o 11 I In t g KtPAIRHILoni ; spoke briefly on his findings and i i

rH to 7:per cent incrra&e,I judges In exemplifying his aSid I II I until noon They will start Tucs Mann during August, records it laws :, -needed temporary repairs prospects here this fall .laying I
SIt. ,luring tht first half of The Aldrldges left Tuesday Martin County Judge Arthur RC day morning and follow about city hall show The months Both lcnlnlatorH,,: have hlKiieri to the wooden bridge over he was pleasingly surprised
-1& cording to a "(.ample"rt' I morning for their home In KeyStone I louts I work Ht the noon meetIng the same schedule as public value 1 IS the second lowest Into' petitions requested t Govern I Krueger! Creek on East 4th St with the spirit he has found so ''j
.inducted Htlfeht where they will I school and of the Caldwell to call In St. Lucie Estates made tar the boy ,
by the Bureau / \: of at Chlsholm Including holiday observance year only a quarter : a special 'session\ I were among k' I
Uv> ,:en u* results of which be on Indefinite leave of absence Rulary yes *. Mrs. Johnson said she ha total for C August a year ago, I i of the Legislature, probably this:'';Tuesday and yesterday by oun : t"'
"1'11 mounced by C. Parker,I The Rowell have taken up real terday.. '11 enrolled and will accept three Largest: ;permit: were Issued to month, to enact 'such revision so ty workmeh which necessitated i bULD MrFTIVG: SET- i \

lIOn regional director thf fence! at the Methodist! parsonage Judge Anderson spoke at I or four more before Tuesday Interested Henry M. Phillip for a residence ;I voters may choose directly among 1' the bridge being closed to traffic I The September meeting of tha

8 Department of Commerce: at. 72 West 2nd St. length on thC making of wills, parent may contact In; Halpatlokee Park and to the (he four Presidential) Candidates! for short periods on those days. Fine Art Guild will be held Sept. ,
--.-- -----us.- - --- pointing out that cit Is a. Much ,her at SIS South California Ave Sinclair Refining Company for Instead of voting indeterminate The workers put in several( deckIng 1C;, It was announced by President :

more complicated task than 'or by telephoning 247-J the' cost of Installing three 3,- ly for electors. The Governor has supports and three new pIlings Mrs: W. A Lippincott year \

Bayless Advocates Voters'7avor must people think He showed Mrs. Johnson was graduated! 000-gal, gasoline storage tanksat stated that a majority of !Uils to provide safe passage Until terday, Details will be announce f I

how In many eases wills not from the University of Alabamaand Vernon Chason new station committee must acres on are: I' the planned new concrete ed in The Stuart News next week, a
No. properly\ drawn or drawn In Ignorance ha two year teaching ex- at 4th 8t and VS l. Each per- vision1 plan before he will sum I structure can be Installed by the she said I
for Amendment 1 of the law may be and ncrlence! I mlt was for 4000. mon the Lectelaturc- county. -. (II
frequently are broken and urged r KINDRED SUPERETTE \T

Tallauus ... ctructlon. Improvement or maintenance his audience not to put off IN HALF-YEAR FETE ". f
iept. 2.dutdom their bequests drawn bya
out ,that Florida to of highway after June having Gains Bills Caused "
.1 competent attorney, in Electricity by RisingOil Kindreds Superette Is cele
IU..I ill \over the nat.1ou 30, 1935, Federal aid for highway HI! termed the county Judge braUn Its first six months In I II
shall extended -
log ho worst offender 1n re- construction office as "the must Important In business with I a special I sale' this
f\I '< Imposing a'he"v, Usi only to those State that the county" because so many week end The firm moved into J' t

motorist and then diverting] use at least the amounts now ''people are contacted through It Costs Not Rate Shows : Its home on Fourth Street March I
nds law for such purpose Monthly Survey
t collected to use other provided by and people l -feel closer' to It He 1st this year, has shown steady '
wi th In each State from State
construction: also cited It as a stable. office in progress and growth 11 ,
flsrhti. of road, and'ntaln.I' motor vehicle registration fees, .
few the
that Judges In ---
I reporting! --- - -- --- ;
'11tI..yl! state Road toepartfnl ..'gasoline Uxei and other special I I C
: lose when seeking! reelection -
chairman Elgin) Bayles i taxes on.moto vehicle owners State ever Among tHe ,duties he The monthly'a e' for electric,.power of' the Florida total of $1243 Consequently It had mounted from $9832110 to I THETIDES"M

fffd County Commissioners( of I.and operator of all kind for the I listed for the office are handling and Light Company I II exactly the 'qhm! today as It wa 27 montha1 Is readily teen how any cut In I $25:125.159.: Return from :

lorldt to acquaint! voter with construction. Improvement and I of various license holding pre- ago and the Increase In' consumers' bills fep-esent solely: the I the oils cost to FP&L means a age utility plant In 1943 anaver-I
e Importance ',of 'voting' fav.rabl maintenance of, highways and hearing, acting as BplraQng cost of Bunker C oil. which la the chief Ingredient and per cent In 1948, It had fallen I II ,'* rt tew Mr for Ik. St W-W t
luminary cut In this. percentage, and a : th. ..* A4ine 5.pib.e 5.
I Inlet I. w
J on Amendment No.1, administrative expenses In connection ,I committee magistrate coroner largest single Item of expense in the. manufacture of electricity to 5S per cent. I fcwurn bu.iir< 1,IM. .... MmluPoint I
(1190 minI Resolution 1269.,Thi* therewith Including the Juvenile court Judge and chairman a survey: of the situation showed her this week fut in the bill I In Stuart the FP&L operate Kid I .Imir III aI..... for awe '. '
ould 011'1; Article IX of the retirement of bond for the pay The 10-per cent City of Stuart I under a 30-year franchise grant- adibussOtmiui.sf.eisw.Cswadl. it I
canvassing It i .
of the county In analyzing today bills II Mhl kr W. H MlfhdLH
ate ment of whl h' such revenueshave I I Utility tax now Is added which I led It by the City Commission I >
Constitution by adding
county and .
board holding pro- .
) for ho'I vns found that when FP/Jr./ ]. set Stuart office reported l It I W L. W
Iwrek an additional( section been pledged and bate courts, handling absentee at't2.91,1 would be 'I 24 bringing the total under provisions of Ordinance 8 5.15. P... All p w, I
Providing that. all excise taxes other purpose" ballot mailing and casting and its present monthly rate on June f ''i'hii'ioIl: despite Its to $13 87, Finally a Federal' tax adopted Oct 21, 1925 Section: S nsa: eel utu.i ISO, :
PPVI Since the act wa passed FlorIda 1 1948 $2,500,000 of' one-third of' I cent is T of this act stipulate that "net'' 5 3 5:55: 55 I ? 1,57 5,10 i ,1 \
gasoline or other motor holding county Judge court I. It.represented a cured ,tt South and Central per a sos si. Sue $50 '
ue1 produt) collected and re. his Adopted at least two I I when no Jury la OB hand He reduction from that prevloUa. American sources 1n normal, added amounting In this example tales for electrical energy furnished ........ 5 SmOS. )Ill .0,55, dm55. .. ,l"" I IC.
under ... I 1555 lISt '0 ass
abed (hlet: : ,used fof public measure which might a suM a county Judge work/ I 11 However, at the same time thefowa time : la sold at the same\ to 4 cent, making the for lighting purposes shall .c-i-i. a .1IS1. ._. 5th, aSS 'j
thway. : and alrpori I pu- strict enforcement of f the Federal !I Jury t per cent of final total $U7I The basic bill not exceed AS cent a kilowatt .."" 5 ... 1155 555 tea j .
with only
It subjectto II a retained. fuel oil Inflation at the VS Gulf I
s. .. act. have made The club had threeluetl'ta. price prevailing la ngured on the. rate which I II hour
Approval of this amendment the penalty of withholding a'' the time.. adjustment"\ clause which ,, allowed lea the transportation differential unchanged from June 1, 1949 Reporting on his office activity I r :

p the voter w November will portion of its Federal aid, It wa _____ 'for a rise ,In total bill for 'the longer haul With The FP&U receive no pay for Stuart area Manager John THEWEATHER"p. \ ;

H a atop to the evil of.gas tax said MERCHANTS RESUME should thE price of oU advance I the acute shortage of heavy fuel the application and collection of M. Law, Jr., laid his area cus- I .

ersion and prohibit the use -It U Important then that WEDNESDAY OrENING beyond $1 a barrel. At that over the past Hi yean It 1 II certain these taxes. tomera have Increased 56 percent -.. ;. b c
I the gasoline Florida put her,house\ In order the FP&L ha not been able The Fort Lauderdale, City In the last three year and tis psst. as. .saedsi as
: tax fork noun time I It was IMS Thusclauseprovided I I 1.5. 101. M. U a..w. iW chumrmi I I
"Ihway purpose. BaylesJ said, and top diverting her gasolinetax merchant that the Increase shouldbe to do any. better than thl, 'Na- Commission, which subsequently those In.the City of Stuart are bait ,""'&. fit.INCHIJ I .1
usage' of this amendment will to point where It may result ..Independent Stuart 1 cent for tional Petroleum Mew report approved FP&L rate there, was' up 25 per cent Mile of 'r__..... s.at'.., a ,
their Wed "one-half.of per .
resumed ...
'levelly ', ton of ,WU needed Federal yesterday ;1 tcld tVt month that poles I f bution line have dlstrt.j .1 M.
m ago
benefithe countIes, en. afternoort open I hour each 1 per cent Increase inhe The oil-cause increase In electricity A... .5 ,4O ci
'"Big : i aid K' new highway *ontructlon : nesday cost $784 In 1940 and $1779 U per cent; In 1939 Vie
them to meet their debtS, three month of belai cost'of oil more than $2 a bar bill here may be explained -( 21_ :: ::
114 ."y surplus fund will be I I. 1* to be carried on and after and from rel" by taking', for example, a 1948 Copper wire, It wa Mid I trlct had 1M mile of line and Ac 55 1 S ,
lid M the counties for road present roadt properly main. closed from noon on In theU8 In t report to FPfcUitockhold- basic bill ot $10 The -oil-cost' jumped. 98 per cent In cost over ,{today I It has 219 In operation Aise.5s: -.: ... t.ss at '

""ort a* directed by the re8. pe I I Mined It I II imperative that gas- I rioon until supper-lime Chain mrs two month ago It was stated Increase *bov $2' barrel I* 97 the tame period and basic wage i,The area Include most of Mar- I A'.ai::; .;. ', .: .05 '
I of the drugstore s.pti e is ,
11 l 5' County Commissioner*. .1 I oltie tax 'money be ,protected,! (; .will retain the Wednesday that bill) to con.umerl' "art 23 H cent how which l* a 48H-per: had increased 97 per cent Itln I Slit Lucie and Indian River ,
this It I s.e Imperative storeS I chart of FPL earning r Counties but not the cllle of RAINFALL.
wmgrej in the Rayden.art'uritht and to Insure afternoon closing the)'Pal round. per cent higher than a year ago j I[,cent boost over, the stipulatedlimit A over It ... .
" Act 'Of 1934 stated: "Since that gasoline lax monelibeprotected Virtually all businesses will be because of the Increased cost of / Therefore the '-onsumer', the light-year-period starting in Fort Pierce and Vero Beach!I' :: Is MoAn
I II I and to insure this It 1940 showed that while operating where It wa found, the city .. II
unfair and vnjnsf to Ux> Closed Monday; Labor Day No.peela' fuel oil" because the dPi costa J bill I te raised one-halt that( much isS5el.
eru I,i It transportation 1 te Imperative' that Amendment" attraction for the day barrel had risen almost 100per : or 24(fa per cent, which means I revenues had Increased from I electricity rate in each exceed I I .11

.u II1,.. the proceed of such tax Ho J be ratified by the people- baYs, been planned cent to n k Today the adding $:US to tht $10. "(or. a $15774795 to $32,334834, costs those in Law are, TOTAL. MIXME e

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.,.,1 1 '\ I' N ,, SOCIAL NEWS{ and Happenings of the WEEK -IN STUART News Horn.75 214 paper noon most tn t nark Wednesdq tae Pb ,

//4',, hJ i* + y, Soctj, Ed,

,I "1, 'rr i ss' J''' CHAPTER OBSERVES Eastern Star was read by Mrs. 'pl.,1'I, At the close of the program I THREE WIN iN CLUB SON' TO MENMNGERS ,' Mr, and Mr butt
., i : ; ROBERT MORRIS DAYfembera Matron. I Miss Linda Ann Ulson sang Mattox-Ensey Wedding Held I Mr, and Mrs. Edwin A. Men-, houaegueet of Mr
,r:, I I Ruth Stevenson Worthy j, The Dutch Treat Club met finger Jr. of 'Wl 'fIut 8th 8t_. U, Indic
I Mri Ethel Walker gave a reading a solo. the Civic of a son at! Whltlcar Port &sq
'\, Thursday afternoon at announce Jhebirth
of the
r I j Unltey Chap- after which Jean ICelbllng' and i The chapter will ,be host next Sunday in Fort Pierce winners wereMrs. 8,30, a.m Aug; 24 at ,Missouri Saturday, They *uj spZ 1
1 iff-OES Center High score j
1 observed Robert MorrtII'
PACE Mn Kay Wllkerson won first Thursday at the Woodman Hall Methodist t Hospital I in St. ,Joseph oral days In Pierre 8, D
Dill With a covered-dish I 1' Edgar Martin, McitanleyKltchlpg g Ibs t going to Rapid w
supperet ,and second prizes respectively !'at pm. tor the official ?lalt -- Mo. Weight was os City s.n
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\ :Woodman Hall ,last Thursday i! MRS\ VIVA C. ROAT N Mr, Edward Falrburn' and Miss Ida Albracht! he will enter the Stag"g
fiLID a guessing game The guest of Mrs: Elizabeth!: Penn, Worthy By Ensey lnnouncement
vfcnlng. 111\ Edith= of Mine for his
II' ( Ensey: and Miss Helen Willis :tnd, Others playing went Miss SOCIAL fOil, M.UWEua: sent r ,
ATV : ;:\ The life history of the man \sang several wings, accompaniedby I Grand Matron of the 'Florida Social spotlight was turned (hat_ organized the Order of UK. >_ Miss_Serena__ TotteD_ at the,'oranA Chaptef.a the marriage ol Miss Kathryn; Pierce ell!, Mrs. H. U Tbajer Mrs Helm and Mrs. PbS. Maxwell. wlU 'be'
Ad' ,' r Maud Euwy and Thorn Fre4 CVut at t .
The bridal attendant AspinwalL Mil, H VL :KWteW, gttea U aM Wonxaal
pan trick Mattes, Jr., aotemcukedi ;: taffeta foundation ,pastel featured Mr*, t,. i. T Kenaedj. Mn B. X AtM9R4Pusn lslousistAwusga
paint 1 the Eev Richard M. routoo. ol sheer gowns overdress 1 Judson Mr*.U oAlttrnjuu Mr*. who. will move I next month. (a .
C : Stuart la St, Andrew'. :Episcopal: a organdie A. tavtte4 Bt
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; 'R a J&cl'lMIr.&Olp4 Mrs. St. Augustla
Withe I ,, 1 ;' BUY Church, usa t.b4. Drive J to, ,for tpierce '. :dth.portrait sleeves neckline close full fitted putt i Itdsappelka! will silver ty Spat wvmoa: bets
tacllHsibly :
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; at 4 pta,, SuAtey bodies and gathered skirt. Wide ------I Sunday_ t.11. SltattetySS4tg4
\ The rilewere, said Velor& a, satin sashes of contrasting colon I John Miller of Eden and a ,red- Froo1' Aai
ps I YOUR ckgtouadi ol patent tenu' reached to the floor length, of Col Titus tSP
; j t ", white gladioli, pompons) and'I hemUneu Email white asters!.of Con, Amny. Mat >'"i1' Pami'
\ lighted tapers Th bride, daugti ,made their headdresses. Their i tox has four year*service in the I I I
: \ ter at lie. and Mr*, :liwatd; ftu- I in
i bouquet Matched their saahei Navy He will be graduated
SCHOOL SUPPL ESl ledge l XIIMJ of{ Walton! wu given, and mItts. business aomialsUaliun fiom\ I Sh shot' pto> tip
II to 'marriage by her (Utbut, i Diane Bridge, daughter of Mr Florida State University In January I sox ay uy wr ql
\\, l The nuptial music was played, and Mr Fred Bridges, and \Mary\ and then will. start a law
j AT YOUR by Mrs, Edna Cosecant oZ Stuart\ Fresh, daughter of Mr and Mrs. :course
3 ,) ,: wpa/ aocumpauted Miss Edith I T A. Fresh Of Fort Pierce were
\\1'' dstthewl .ho, sang "The U>'ds. flower girl*. Each wore floorflengtn ,
: .REXALL STORE Prayer" I aqua-colored frock with ,
She was gowned In\ Duchess ping rosebud flower caps. Pink
1'' Ivory satin made on demure and I baskets on their arm were filled '
I : t' COMPLETE quaint lines that featured I a with rose petals to be strewn
WE HAVE A, STOCK ,\ close fitted! bodice: buttoning In the bridal path. Ribbon bear- \
; t' +. the buck with .ma.l1aa.tla. .button I II" were Barbara Jo. Ebntr,
t ;{r ,t FOR YOUR NEEDSA :". and a Trench tulle yoke daughter' of Mr, and Mr. EarlY l
: : ". edged with embossed flowered Ebner of MaravlUa, and William
,j. ( lace. This lace was carried. from I Willi..Ion of Mr and Mrs.
r ; ,It. rfl: A the waist line over a bouffant ,C S Wllle*. of Fort Pierce.
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s r. LEA" / 'l' 1. skirt completely encircling a 4* i I More than 300 guests with .
w --'iF.. ... .' yard train. Her sleeve were long: many out-of-town vllstors attended ""
t \ z" .' 'k avid finger tipped and her the ceremony and the reception W. Ivi to tab t eQ oxtngjtX blank\ outpatronage
f'p'sYC' a BINDERVlTH "' K., headdress was seed! pearls. From I that followed In the .
,{ 4 It fen a face veil of French tulle ,parish house!. This was decorated naelay: (sisals; f ,iteK ""is, and tos" '
h I .. :.; .. effect that thlmmeredin l .
-.."" ,pI .; iti! < 1 In ferns palm and red and '
:.' dainty ripple over the back pink roses.The ,' uuue ,led tQ
: I / YOU O195l 6Oed sort serve yo'
I ,, / \ below the waist line and 'Into the brides mother In the receiving I" "
: I \ MONOGRAM OF folds of the train. I line wore green flowered s tM ( '
: :)t to (\\yr .
} ,: / ',S'\ U ART I Her bouquet lace-edged andheartshaped crepe with cream accessories : 5''' ':
j .. was centered with The groom'a mother was In gray .: '
? : '' WILL LAST FOR YEARS / '\ ..... brides. roses and gardenias Intermingling satin with royal blue accentuating ', SincerelyX:
'" along the outside It Each wore an orchid
:; and small shoulder I bouquet The brides' jt
0NiA wt-re stephanotis white I
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\ asters from It graceful streamers I book was presided over by Mrs .MRS.. 'T, M. DEAL
; ,r!, t of Ivory satin ribbon enhanced I Leicester Lennard of Walton. Assisting ;L LMRS.
J\ 'n ; \ \: by buds of these same throughout< the hall and sad
( (lower fell knee length j with\ refreshment served from
: ? Maltox, son of Mrs Edith Roberts > a table centered by a three-tier f\HIBBARD
: i' / AT. \ \ Mattox and the late Thomas wedding cake were the bride'saunts .
; ;' Frederick Mattox was attended Mrs. Barbara Person of I 'S ej
J. I I'lJ u OUR ODERN SODA FOUNTAIN X, 'b iy fraternity brothers from Eden, Mrs. W. H, 'Tucker of
\ I \ Delta Delta chapter of Kappa) Bradenton and Mrs. Buena'' '
It" ,1 FOR:: YOUR QUICK LUNCH \ Sigma John R Wlthlng, Jr, Mend, Mrs. D. H Saunders and { : fVa
1'5" "SAVEJvVlTII SAFETY" AT YOUR REX STORE was best man wth| Kavanaugb Mr. Oebrge Saunders of Fort: ,
:': tJ. Williams! Bob Schlesswohl ofack.'IOnvUle Pierce e Shop
ji \ and the bride'sbrothers Mr and Mr Mattox left for '
f John .Dona! Ensey of Daytona Beach. The bride was
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:, i' .. The bride aunt from StuartMrs. accessorIes.,
"tHE REXALL D Mrs Mattox, teacher In the
.. STORE".t B Fulton was matronof ;
11 S': : ......... PHONE U STUART, FLA. ... .. honor and her cousin, Miss. Fort Pierce schools, la a graduate
i : Shirley Gray of Miami, was honor of Florida University with
maid! Other maids were ner a DA, degree. She Is a granddaughter {
'rH .. i stoters-in-Uw Mr*. John. Donal of the I late Captain ____ =-____ .f ..... ,:_ -- .. ---1
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[ NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART, have Mrs been Nadine Wendell: visiting and Waters her Roger and parents children who- I ;September Our Greeter is the Movie Start ,of f I I r t t ,

I Mr. and Mrs. (I. R. MacNamara, Seasonal | +,

j Louise Der tofl'oJ.Umararrve BAPTIST CLASS I TEEN CENTER SPONSORS MRS. DUMICH HOSTESS Mr Olen DeBerry spending The YWA girls had s beach I In Orlando'returned borne Sun
) |c school mode in Martin at her home on East: 4th lit Friday baa a position In Miami. Her with, their leader, Mr. J. W. Mr. Waters who attended summer lO1"lllliiic}
Ety'High School Mr. A. O. Bridges, Jr., Was L. A. Arbogast. Mr, *. Carl afternoon with a bridge party I brother, Harris Lowery, Jr., who Meggett. school In Tallahassee..FURNITURE\ : (
hottest at ber home, too Rlver-IB. Roth, Mrs. A. A. Hendry, Jr., Prizes were won by Mrs.Olen accompanied her, returned yes ,
ilda/ Drive, for the Euwllan class I Mrs. E. J. Smith and Mrt. Karl DeBerry, Mrs James Brock :terday.
af the Baptist JJ. Krueger will be the sponsors and Mrt. Lon Tyson. Other THEATRE
Church last Thuriday
ashion Says; tile teen center dance Saturday guests were Mn. WUllam Armor, Ralph Chandler left Saturday Phone 14 for Schedule ,
evening The get-togather night at the Civic Center
Mrs. Ralph Chandler Mrs. Joseph morning for Presque! Isle Me. on of
Is Short was a combined monthly bust- starting H 7:30.: Mrs. L. D McHUtresh A. McCoy and Mn. James a 10-day business trip. &1
'Hair STYLE and CHARM And
new meeting and a farewell par- Mrs. Robert Garner MnF. Herbert Bruner. t DUALITY Today Friday ,'
ty tor Mrs. Phil Maxwell who M. Kramer and Mist Mamie Mi1 and Mrs. R.B.McCullough' \-L forLiving The at Savag. I 'I'lt I'ltI'l
or Fall"V received a gift.\ Symonette will 'serve Sept. It LEAGUE: ENTERTAINEDThe 409 Seminole Ave, have their loom, Bed Room, Dining Room and Kitchen Manhu t in Hiatorylt '
Other present were Mrt. Joe Mrs. R C. Johns, Mrs. ElmerBeatty Presbyterian Anglican grandson Merrill Moore of St. Our Line Is Complete ;i
Motley,Mrt. Dorothy tfellch, MM Mrs Wayne R. Page,
Petersburg at houseguest for a
League member were guests ot! VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU
Oene Lewis i
Mrt. Walton Parks, Mrs. Grant Leek and Mrs. Cecil
week He Is the Florida International
Mrt. J. c, Anthony, it., Mrt Donaldson Sept. 18, and Mrs. the Fort Pierce league at the
Trustee of ClubsrMr.t
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James Meggett. Mr John a O. D. Hayes Mrs. M. J. Morrison, Presbyterian Church there Sun- -_ Ro en bury Furniture ,
Oolden, Mrt. Clarence Cook,Mrt Mn. Dennis 3. Hudson, Mrs. E. day evening. After social hour M";;. n
and Leon A. Tucker,
Mildred and by the hosts, the Stuart league CorjUve. A and N. 2nd St., Fort Pierce
Moor and Mrt Robert D. Wells Mrs. Joe Constance
Jr., and baby 'IOn. David, of A'NjL
Week\ gave the program the topic of :
on Sep25.\ !
which WILl "What Jesus Christ West Palm Beach 'were Sunday
$ Means to Me.* night dinner guests of Mr. and
TWO ATTEND FlI.' SERMON TOPIC GIVEN T I Mrs. Karl J. Krueger, St. Lucle tiD %

MEET Attending IN JACKSONVILLE, the executive FHA, I The Re,. and Mrs. Charles A. COUNTRY CLUB PICNIC 1 Estates. -,, [H A, RD WARE Ltt1 CON J

meeting in Jacksonville Friday from Carriel are expected home today The Martin' County Golf and Mrs.. David B. Irons, Sr., 'returned .'
month's Vacation InTennessee
until a Club had at
Sunday were Miss Mary Country a picnic AND
Friday night from Nashville -
Ellen ManIon ..and Miss Janice and North Carolina.He the club yesterday afternoon. i where she visited friends 'k A If "
Arbogast. will talk; on "The Church'sInterest Games were played by the members ) /
At the In Labor" at the II a.m. and their guests. and. relatives: TACKLE
tale.tre.t meeting there were : -e ,- FISHING i:
A Yk l+.ar service'or I the Presbyterian .
eight '
high- school
th.as members I Miss Dorothy Clonts arrived
.1' y- Church at the Woman's Club
the executive..council five' district ASSOCIATION! TO MEET from Tallahassee to 1 II! SM
M a.n y y" Saturday
.,..1 ..4 W a....... ark.h advisor and Miss Lucy Sunday., The Presbyterian Woman's Association spend weeks with l herparents. ELECTRICAL'APPLIANCES ADDED
yw'li.r. s. n Lang State FHA itdvlser.\ The MRS. ASHLEY--r-IIOSTESS will meet at the home 'sever and Mrs. ArthurR. Jo Doaket Comedy. -
program of work for the school of Mrs. W. H. Munch, 80. South Clonts, before returning ,
"S [ You Want To Be'InPiciures"
,. ..as. 4.a s.. yea 184849 was made out by "Mrs. Leon Ashley was hosta -1 Colorado Ave. Tuesday at 2:30: Florida State University for her
the girls Miss Arbogast Is the at her home .on'' RiversideDrive p.m. sophomore Bess Hardware Co. and '1
______ year.C "Diamond
Slate Gals"Sport
secretary and, Miss Manton, for the Ace High bridge al
VICTORY Is the district advisor, District 4,' club Saturday afternoon., High i MALCOLM MENNINGER IS 5 I Miss Annelle Sampley left ShortsSaturday I, ,I
EAUTY SALON southeast section : score winners werp-Mrs. Ashley Malcolm Mennlnger'celebrated Monday for Durham, N. C., for "QUAfJTY and SERVICE"At 1"
-a'J. ; : and Mrs. Web Ordway. Others! his 5ih birthday with a theater her senior year at Duke University. It's Best
Vk iak..ad, Mr A. O. plttman playing were Mrs A. AndersonLawton party given by his mother, Mrs. BOX N PHONES 38 216 Only
had as their week-end and Mrt Lee F. Terrell,I John U. Menninger, Saturday -e- ... Rig Double Featurel 4r
rural Mrs., Plttman't house-j guests of the club, Mrs. Evans afternoon. Quests were Oay Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Wells, '4 II1I''
D. L. McManut Of Crary, Mrs. R. O. Si lcer, Mrs. R. Lowery, Sandra Dehon Jacque- who have been attending the r, t1Ga.fie
Boyne McPherson and Mrs L. A. ]the Coleman, Harris Lowery, summer school session at Florida {11NG'l iR us 1 < '":,
ArboRost. 3rd Arthur ;Pehon, Jr., Terry State University arrived Friday
Bulova Watchei Reardon Bobby Johnwlck, David night to visit her mother Mrs. THIS WEEK ONLY ''t"f"
MISS! ROM INS TO START. DcBcrry and Jack Davis, H. J. Greene of Stypmann Blvd:
'PIANO .UISS NEXT WEEK: : and his parents Mr. and Mrs. 1,
International Sterlin I John P. Hilton thanks hit E. D. Wells, of Casa Terrace be- LASTCHANCE ,
Miss Sara Rollins will begin 1IRY I
friends- for the cards and letters fore returning to the universityfor 'h'4I
KeepsOiie and Woods ArjjCarved her class In piano next Wednesday received while In hospitalIn their senior years M.M t '. a aCowoa.
Her studio will be conveniently he the [ saws kart I
Diamon and Weddm Rings located near the school. Jacksonville. e-- 1/Z
e -- Mrs. J. F. Bozone of ClevelandAve.
Those who arc Interested In ')n-
Luclle Inscoe returned Is the guest of her mother,
C. '& E: KER roiling may contact her at her Tuesday Miss night from her hometown Mrs. George H. Donaldson and
home on St Luele Crescent, V
telephone 214. I of Castalia, N. C, where other relatives In Cllffslde Park, .+ t I'I'AVCHAEt

Jew $ Miss! Rollins recently receivedher she visited her father J. T. Inscoe -. N. .: ECHNICOt- '
J.The -
[OSCEOLA AVE. STUART bachelor's degree In music ._ _
Rev. Phil l Maxwell'return ,..
from John.. B.:Stetson University.' : Mrt. Herbert B. Kraft returned ed yesterday front a two-day TEENAGE\DRESS1\ :,.e ,..aiUlkAYE. y.., ..or
!yesterday from Saannal'Oa.., Baptist directors conference in I ALSO 1.1

1 where Melba she Register.visited her'sliter,Miss Jacksonville day night. where he flew Sun-. Outlaws Wince Under ,

>, Mr and Mrs. Ted Oughterson Mr and Mrs Earl Hall and I f f fI
gLLJJQ A Rf J motored to Jacksonville yesterday daughter,Joyce Ann, of Eldorado COTTONS i fi
to take his daughter, Rosa- Heights returned Saturday night SIZES SIZ/S I
'J lie, who will go by train from f1'Ul1a two-week vacation. They 9-15 \ 10/20
there to her home In Charleston, visited her mother, Mn.Joe Huff I
_/ 4 III. Before returning home the In.Nortonvllle, Ky., his parents, t
Oughtersons will go to Tryon Mr. and Mrt. W. Z. Hall in Hop- THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP _LA- 1
lY4t.. N. O, to meet Mrs. Edward Unsvllle, Ky. and other relatives MORE"Jungle
't Swann who will accompany.them In Evansville, Ind. and Foal
is home. Louisville. ? *jH* Lettie C. Dugan Offe Arcade Girl" No. 13 1
J Serial -- and,
Mra. Melvin' A. Hulick r'aiti ton.' Mr; and,:;ir: ;'1' DeWage. Now That Summer .It

f David, left on the Havana Special nelre and daughters, Patricia Cone" (Cartoon I' [
,1 the smartest young for Pittsburgh after spending and Kathryn of Rio returned ,
f fashions that a v. r a month at the home of her Friday from a two-week trip to DRY CLEANING
f brother and sister-in-law Mr. Chicago'where they visited her SUNDAY s
t caught a gradetter' and Mrs. John F. Hilton, on the parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. 1 i '
Fork. Lock 1-Day Only -
'd fancy! Styled JutRignt / Squth. .
-Cs'- I5. and Now It Can Be Toldl
; :and'madV/or Mrs. William H. Mitchell of the The George Ricardos have had They Crack the Racket )
France will leave tomorrow for as their guest for the past week
lots of wear. PricA to Roanoke where she will be the Stewart Starr, 3rd, of Lancaster, No Other Laws Can
b guest of Mr. and Mrs.R.S.Moon, S. PRESSI1MODERN I Toucht
please Mother, left I II
I and for Richmond where she C.Mr -5-
will visit Mr, and Mrt. Fred God- and Mrs. John Dally left '
It.I t. Shirt d trousers D dard. Mr. Mitchell will accompany Sunday for Indianapolis after DYEING SERVICE 'I ,
her as far as Moorehead a vacation with, Mr. and Mrt. a
, Tom wy r MA ri C., where they wIll\ va- Stewart Springer of 720 Osceola EXPERT RUG Cl/ANINl }
pare! f real boys" several days. : Ave. Dally Is a deputy prosecutorIn e, I fI ,
rMlda *- Marion County, Ind. BERLOU MOTH BROOFir
J JJ CottonGabardin ayon d -. Lorraine McPherson accepted ,o.* j
a position in the First Dick Roberts It leaving Sun- SUITS, DRESSES, HUGS ETC. ; I,
National Bank of Palm Beach day for hit sophomore year at (10 Year Gus*nte)
1 1 I this week and 1s now living at the University of Florida in I II
the YWCA In West Palm Beach. Gainesville. ,
Shoes stylecMor/com' I g I t ,
1 fort in BlaW/and ,;
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l' SI Martintoiinr! Cleanei
Brown Mocjfcsin I"I"t"

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! SPECIAL "King Size Canary" 'j I

1 When in Fort/ Pierce Sport ,
4 I 1 L'' C' I mart Dresses by A "Reading and Riding". t

inderella ,A won- Our 5t /ANNIVERSARY :: "' ,---,.----- y I

i ful selection! One I GREAT LABOR DAY
UNILSeptjfober -
ariii 2-piece, Cotton Sunday, Sept 5th fJL: M. 'Til l 9 P. M.
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plains, prints- and solid 2 Southern Frfd Chicken Dinners99c Sept: 6. 7 \ .

colo : 4 tonald Colman In the: j 4 t. ,
20th Monday, Sept. 6th I P. M. 'Tir 9 P. M. :r for ma nee WhichWor
im the Academy Award!
Pork Chop veg. salad: etc.

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f If, >s Tuesday, Sept. 7th : ;4 P.:_M. Til: 91'. Mv .' 4

I Chopped Ste : -.2. veg-salad-. '

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Hotpoinl/Washer Ckiclf n2' salad sta
I t Fried veg. etc. I Iw

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Thursday, Sept.ithGrilled l '- 4 P. M. 'Til 9 P. M. "

w $paQ Ballerina n ties se g v of Undies fitting non, 495 Ham 2:-2'veg.--salad-etc.for 89c! .. A U UI' l r ;

ruA rayon with Friday,Sept. j th 4 P. M. Til 9 P. M.Country' _, H.-. EOMONOOfaei: I' J"1 I
elastic w s l s t DOWN / teak 2 veg. salad etc. PLUS ". I

legs-lace trim; IJT25 PER MONTH 2 for 89c Selected Short Subjects! "I !
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1 Italian /Spaghetti Meat Balls etc. "DEEP WATERS.. i!! '

STUARTDEPARTMENT 2 for 89c With ,'h. #-

HaU's/Electric' Ser ce breakfast 23c (DailyLuncheon45cAVONS Dana/Andrews Peters '"i 1 T TJeafi

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and two daughters; of Cleveland MATTRESS
'I 1 art visiting at the Wentz home.: SOCIAL NEWS THURS.. Sept. 2: Dutch, Trent dub. Civic Center, 1:10(\ p m, farewell and.
,' 1I 1//j' I. EVANS REPORT Mrs MosJieU U the former MUs I social fur the Rev. and Mrs. Phil Maxwell, W omnn'I Club ;
I I .,' 'InI ))1 Pearl! Wenti of Palm City Farms. llllllllllllllllllllll, ,,, ,,,, It,IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllll, , ,,,lMIIIIIIIIIIIIArriving , ,, S p. m. SPRING
t., 'I'I ': I On their! way south tttey visited FRI, Sept: 3t "kU: Day" purryJunce, Civic Center, 8 p nit; lawanlsomuii !!, on 6 legs
I at the home of home last week returned
ON 5-WEEK Ethel! Beard and I from jgellna. Sunday from \
i \\ Club/ 12-45
I her! mother now 80 In Roanoke the fite.week music at, Miami, p .
camp where they 9.50 Value
f i Va. The Beards an former Palm MON.. Sept Sr, : ]Jaycee-Ettci. Civic; ] Center; 8 p m. $5950TWIN /
: City Farm residents.! State University were I \ for several days last week. TUES.. Stet. 7: Presbyterian Woman* Ajsoclalion, Mrs. W n.'Smith'a .
WESTERNJRIP Buddy and T C. Hayes. Betty : DOUBLE SIZE /M
residence! 2 30) Scholl! Board bmise
PACE Betty Hlgbee; daughter 'of Mr Mrs Teen-Starael 1 and Mrs : p. m. court; 8pmWED
'' J'and i Mrs. E. M. Hlgbet. elebrat- Alorriscn aid Wayne Wells. of Basel Donaldson have Sept 8: ,Rotar/ Club, dilsholms" 12:15 'p, m., S lenm Civic F Pierce Sleep Sho
CUD ; By MRS, ANNA B. DAY ,fed her 2nd birthday anniversary StUArt, Alvin Hendry, 3rd!, of returned Association. Salerno Civic Center 8" p, m.; City CommUskMi %il>
Aug 24 at her home on Michigan Jeiuen Fed; .!h. aJld,June :Bow,den, from Brunswick, Oa, where haft, 8pm. J Fort PltfL. fV 120 N4 2pd St.
ATVAd Mr and Mrs William S. Bur. Ave She had two bIrth- ''of Lobe Sound E' 1 they were the guestt of !llr"1 THURS. $ 9 Dutch Chih CIvic ( Units' ails l1i
Treat Center, 1(30
dick!; report the death Aug 39 of I I day cakes one given her by her .. SUs.e!'. father, J. R ept : p in ; a4
7 bcr mother, Mrs Ann l+aul- 'grandmother, Mrs A. Hr Bur-' Can WtClurc. who la attending Chupter ORB meeting, Woodman Hull, 8pm. _
pan inann or( Maywood JJ J at a raid which ttr and Mrs 1L B Williams
? was a pink and white Fltrr eta Stale University, arrived ,
Palm ;; j KofrUtown, Pu" hospital, due to layer cake decorated with a pink 6atuYdtyV to spend several week Jr. and, twin daughters Sharon Mrs Edgar K. Martin of Wal- 'CONVICTIONS GAINED'

WltlufacllJt t1! J' a ttbouf"uiMen( and severe white Illness of plastic doll and pink candles I with Iwr. patent! Mr and Mrs. and Sandra of Tampa were ton ,and Plqua; Ohio, Mrs. Helen Tallahassee Sept. J.-Convictlons II
I ,; weeks visitingKt 1 Refreshments of Ice cream and Wilma McClure. before return- .'pk-end guests of Mr. and Mrs! or settlements were! obtained -
AsplnwaH and Miss Ida Albracht
the home of a eon In NorrIeI' cake were served Guests Included lug Tallariasses. for Ws Arle I In 4T of the 48 completedwoods
noptio Stuart.'C t
stbiy f' hero. Mrs, Katifmann is known Terry Lee and Fred J OSI. Jr, more/ year. lie was Accompanied I' were guests of Mrs Stanley burning eases taken tot 1 iKice
.- (. by many from her visits( nt Joyce and Francis Crews, Eddie by: Mrc R E. Harrcll and'Mrs Mrs. C T. Oibson and grandson : I Kltchlng: << for luncheon at her : court during the 1947-48 fb:o.1! o d Cash

the Wirdlck.. home In duly Mr. and Brlnda Frisbee Vincent Lee O. li Schrm-dcr, Jr.. who ciao Chsjlcs. who have been visiting home 174 Flagelr Ave, and for year, the Florida Forest: Service aye For Your
nod> H s Burdtck left here forT end Shirley Hlgbee, Mary Lane, wep attending the iiimmer :.ft-. her bplther-ln-Iaw.( and thq Dutch Treat Club Thursday I annual law enforcement reportreveala Uf ED CAR
i tcw Tei'ipto "spend the ,ui''uertyntpathv Bobby Wortham, Bally I Ann and i alert :-vt\ tji" university: ,clsler, Mr. and Mrs C. M. Walker -C -sMrs. ._._ .,__,. ; Serb Us 3
W extended themftnt Refory
: to !
Joe Backus of Jenst'ta..arh and returned to her home in
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w 1\ their children n their be Jennie Gardner of Walton Mr. dories It.r ttIdrt'Cnll! 'Great Falls S. 0. :"SundayMR C B. Arbogast St ucle Mrs 1:..J, Smith returned Sunday / ou Sell ar
;t'IV\mpllt.! I Mothers and others' attendingwere '.Mm UK-HC Crofter spent 1 last I Estates returned Saturday horn I night from the University / Tr.de
r '" \t...., Ralph Mallory has re- Mrs. Fred Joss, Mrs Henry week in Maryvtlle, Tenn 'They r and Mrs Charles IU Brpwn- Columbia. 8, C., where she was :I of t Florida where she attended I II
3 rf I'' crlvr t I'' brother Arthur Nelson!' or Lake Mrs Lee Hlgbee; Mrs R. F. Kindred \I1'JI,1Jer. >ftr '. lay ;"'c1 1 N Y.. returned to Stuart Saturday Charles II Swayne. She also i I I' -- -- I >ll W S. DIXIl Fir1
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WKI. Ohio Aim 2} from' a heart Wprtham Mliu Addle Lea Moore Kindle. who tin btf Visiting "Mr i,I and are making' : their home visited her brother and ulster- :' H Rollins returned Sunday I'
f fttl.icfc Mrs Mallory was unable Mrs Samuel Lane. Mrs. Emma and Mrs. Ralph Springer In ,:with her parents! Mr and Mrs i Clayton. Ala, where he it-
J n.r r tp a.tt'nd the t funeral Sympathy Petty, Mrs J. C Barkus and Mrs Muryvllle for several weeks, .William U Sullivan In Eldorado i iHeluhts. m-law,. Mr 'and Mrs. Theodore | tended the funeral of his cousin,
I 4)) extended to her and her' (am Herbert Gardner. I IMr. i I .' Dehoa Jr. In Brevard!. H. C. Harry Rollins.:,. _....-:.---.:..... If '
I If It I*, try' In the loss of her :inly broth- and Mrs 8 E Lane had Mr and Mrs, Chiton H 1 Oar J I ,
1t 1'f:. /s guests for Sunday dinner Mr. rrtt of Palm City returned ,FrIday I Miss Sally Stevens of Fort ; :
,; ffj Mr and Mrs Charles Evans and Mrs. A LeRoy Lane of. Stuart from a two-week vacation. Pierce, girls athletic director \lit i Have Moved to Our New Sto :
left |here b> auto) July U for any They tilled her parents Mr Martin i County High School, arrived +1 307 E. Fourth Street.
s extended\ western trip and returned Mrs J E. Loser, la/ confined to and Mr*' George D. Peters InDefunlai 1 Sunday and U residing at! e-I R.w y.e ewe l.h H yore Me'T
\ Aug 21. They': took the her home by tUners, Friendsare Springs. ktIn.law brother i the C M Walker residence '=an I NEW md I USED FURNITUREB.
4ei poUthern route via Montgomery advised they may call at anytime and slater. Mr and Mrs I Riverside Drive. J MINSCHKE 'i' ily..ss.Igle 1'ta..eel.y..hoskywd t
and Little Rock to Kansas City Rob Walker In Sarasota ind her -C-
After one;' day there they orofided Mrs J A Peck of uncle end j aunt Mr. and M-. Mrs R H. Rollins of St tucle -I I IOU II /, 1
to Ltncolti Neb. for a formerly. Turn Peters in, Brewster. Crescent returned! Monday noon I I
. r h i>-week* visit at the home of Palm City has been In Martin a---. I from Paris I Ky: where she was ..rp t.l rn.slr. a ash. rM
2 Fvan brother and wife. Mr County Hospital the past week Jack Ashley left today for his The guest of her son.In.law and I T
1 ;, l and Mr. Ralph Evans then to : for treatment on her leg senior: year at the Missouri daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James B/ Aw.d.it is.I'.ff
Scott Bluff to vtyt nieces and Mrs. Ida M -Plfiney, now In School of Mines in Rolla Mornaute Clark. Enroute home she visited )I
nephews and other relative lorI Arlington; N. J.. la reported In !. he will be a guest at Mr and Mrs, Fat O'Nelll atBellemeade COMMERC1 PHOTOGRAPHY drdr. w eeaM. s.o w4t
t : abort tlnte In Wyoming another Improved health and hopes to i the L, O. Klmberty Jr.. home Jn I I Park. Nashville,i iI
it brother and nlfe Mr wt return here'this fall Atlanta; for tour days I I Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Real Photography '
t' a tneear.oswsen ep I. 1w
Mrs Albert Evans, were their Mrs Clarence Felnauer and et4ri ]I Blanks In Hohenwald Tenn; and sera Mads kd
!' hosts for 11 days There they three children returned last 0 W- K:elder will resume I Mr and Mrs R Y Blanks all I I II Attractive Photaf'of Your .
enjoyed the mou Hains and they week from Michigan where they her duties as manager it I Trezevant Tenn I Ij I 'aping Party and Catch. liras eel y. sar+ r 1 1I.VIifl1'
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many herds of dee. :ovevs >f visited for a month with Mr. the Stuart Rpll Telpnhnni office | -C- f'
U pheasants and interesting farms I Feinauer parents Tuesday after a two=week vacation : : : Mrs Harris Lowery!! returned I PORTRA/TS AND AERIA OTOCRAPHY JJWV iPe)
I! and sugar bert Industries Ore Mrs Vernon Langford of TItus- I Saturday from Gainesville\ where I
J '. !Ion was their next destinationfor xllle! a few days. last week at the she attended the summer sessions KruejerWQj. Box 263 % Phone 324 Phone it THE EXALL STORE Stuart,, Fla
sight-seeing only which they j home of Mr and Mrs B C. Mr and Mrs Ralph Zarnlts I at the. university 1- ;
< raid they enjoyed Immensely j Hodapp On her! return home returned Saturday from) .Cleveland I I - ---- -- -- -- .-
Returning they stopped at Big i she was accompanied by hereon where they were the guests
s !l Springs, N ft b, and the Mammoths Perky." her sister Patty of his parents Mr and Mrs Leo
hi Dam and visited Evans cousins j her! father Mr Hodapp, and a Zarnlts They also visited I :Mrs.
Mr and Mr*. Elmer Abel and i friend Jean! Brown. Zarnlts brother-In-law and sister -

i ',L ,I t Then Mr. and back Mrs to George Lincoln Armltronl.I and on to. Mr. and Mrsr Joseph Csekey In Detroit. Mr. ahd Mrs Peter Gooley Jew Federal Credit Controls Effective September 20th!:

Omaha There they spent much and daughter Martha Louise,I i I-

1 1 a time exploring Swifts large J returned last. week from near Mr and Mrs joe c Constance
i Norfolk Va.. where
I: they va a'
.: ''i' ;"1, took parking in a house large auction and yards beef! sale and ,tloned at the home of Mrs. and daughters Jo Anna and An BUY NOWMATHERSI A/t

J ,1;1'1, where many animals sold for i i Csekt, s parents. I II ,

., S300 each! on foot While! In Nebraska I I Mr. and Mrs J E. Lower have I OT SPECIAL!SThiropodh J
1 I reported the sale of their farm
i they experienced! two {
heavy dust storms when lights Palm City Farms The new awn +tN.
: :'at i ij. ,; 1. were needed In daytime as It :I ers, Mr. and Mrs John Graver! iiI l lI a..., ra Pata SSM.l /Y
)" : were night: and driving: slra:- I I New! Jersey expect to come herein EUCRl L eOapar.
; most Impossible. They returned the fall and build a home ,w !

by way of St Louts | thereon' >
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1;1 1I 1a ( ville At /:
I t cotton gins/: workingMr .. I = 1

;1;; d" left, Monday, and Mrs for RarmaT Oeorge.., Smith N. J"I I, I RIVERSIDE RESTAUR T =

.: for a 10-day visit at the home of ,'' i SPECIAL MENU EVERY D Y PAY WITH ONLY PAY
1 Mr. and Mrs J Banlm Mrs.
II Banlm Is the former Miriam i Fried Chicken, Steaks, Oysters an/ Shrimp THE MATHER \
I Friends here have received = I Tasty, Delicious Food EASY WAY /O ,
1' cards from Col. and Mrs R. L EASY WAY
Williams from Niagara Falls | MRS. ALBERT GtflNERi '.
where they are on vacation. =
The' Home Demonstration Club I Drive In Curb Servy 1215 1 18 TO 24 MONTHS PM' '

will. meet Sept 13 at the home = f ,
I I of Mrs Lucy Van Frank I 1 Ii.
;- Mr and Mrs Charles Leighton I I d;j'11I11111111111I111 I-!I I I I I/ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11I11111I111I111I11I1 I I I I h l I I I I I I I I I I I I I!I I l II l I 11I.11111I111 I I I I I I I I I I I/I 11111 I I I I!I 1I1 l I I I I!I I l l l l l-I!ll.s I I I I I I II If you are buildiniAor planning on new furniture inS

expect to return home tomorrow : i the future w/Bacivise "
I near to select *
1 or Saturday from a two- 4 you your requiret
". weeks; vacation In Pennsylvania LIBEIML ALLOWANCE b II i menU now* New Federal credit controls go into

and Mrs New George" Jersey Watson of Homestead WIlA t effect 'September20th, 1948. It requires 20% Down

and Mrs Maude Broad BE GIVEN Oi YOUR e T _. i Ii \ ad Limit of 19fmonths under $1,000.00. We will
: \hurst of Boynton called at the F

r to t toAHoonaJU where they !
tI "t, .t' vp 5 nf Mrs Watson's mother Mrs : -
r Srtbra Crow. On their return'I # hI
.. trip Monday they were accom
i I panned by alto Crow and stopped RATION (
I over at the home of her daughter -
l j jI ; Mrs L J.. Murphy for sev I II VT
I oral. hours before proceeding! to U S, No. 1 S LERNO ROAD I
Homestead Mrs Crow expects ,
p l to spend several months at the ON pURWtjpE 1 OF NEW
v r : I II Timeless
nl Watson home Bedroom Suites o Rich, Ti
I Mr and Mrs Casey Andrewsof I Amoco Tirey and Batteries Beauty

Salerno were dinner guests INVESTIGATE COFFE AISLES
I ..l.lj .ll (!Sunday at the home 0'I./ *. I BUY NOW!
I mother and Mr Murphy. Mr.
j} I and Mrs William Stanger of I Quick, Court< us\Efficient Service
talrrno and Mr and Mrs James '-
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lr,I, Tucker of' Stuart were Sunday a ..rya t Beautiful Dining Set
I+ 1 t tv t afternoon. guests at the Murphy 1 C. 1 E. BEEDkE, OwnerP.

R I.'r home The Tickers celebrated I
h 1 their I let wedding anniversary O. Box 136 Salerno

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j i 8p tahoe CAN BE YOUR QUALITY FURNITURE Ot/asionar) Chairs x Last Word In Heaven Restfuln

'A n INANeieAr01 It' I'.yos tl.vi..r. an wad 'i hosi+e
n j ..d.F. ii .y.p.iIoe .. .. ca ems r Is. .d den b.rill
:: silt aIs t .nn rye AwA n.A l r. I and Atse. ? O.Iv 4100. 101M. LET US FEATHE / YOUR NEST "WITH
AS tor jMAN iPAIOI lost. !w S aM N N vow A LITTLE DOWN
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iiiiiMiiiiiiitiinmriiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii, iiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii, LECAC ADVtRTUgMENTNOTICJ I For R.-irl.t ..llon'For ADVEaT914E4"

i SERVICE OFFERED' Of INTENTION TO RIGUTER I C..Io.I_... Uletrl.t>> 1. I .... I. _' '
iiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, ThE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC "011.. la._pets., that th.. u..artlffad Publle. I anetruvtlok. lUuiaa;; I, 4 FOR MARTIN COUNTY. ,LOIIID",. FICTITIOUS NAI I e I S ;
H331FIED 1fI m: FOR SALE UsedHotpoIntw ITS ABOUT TIME YOU KNEW NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP TUB uodar tb. ....1...*. o< Chapterloatl ... .. PROBATE Notice .la hereby ..lvaimed .. ,h ISo _..... I'
Slain OF FLORIDA. IN AMD' fen ....... of Florida. Art of ml :' rur ... Membet. Vl"rl4* Jo land. NavUeHlo. 1' SoS.. the pro'...." 54 Ih.....
a s h *, excellent condition, ABOUT THEM! SEE Tilt" MARTIN COUNTY will ... .... wit* th'* Clark ., th. Clrtultaurt tMatrlct.for I Of FRANK r QN.t I ....l. Low of Flora. o51 sOUSS. f''

real bai-galn..I $95. haIls SCREEN SEARING STORY Ire I4ANCt5YIlAslAsa 1 to .nd for Martin Oau.tr) "Floriab, Juatl. .. the Peart I. ... fol thfullowlni i Doro..rot.l. will rrelotcr, with Ills I' I of th..CioOO -.. '
Electric j .. N.. Upon r* olpt of proof of pakllMtloa ml ..t55 III...",... vlec. NOTICE TO CREDITOR' soIl 0,0,1 lit 055 C,.,, .. ,
Service, Phone 11. TilE U. S. TREASURY /g.ARTMENT'S ? lia AIITI! COLLINS thla. notice. .... ........ name. towltWHTK.ARR : No. I Md No. 4. I IFW TO AIL KkUITORIi AND ALL PFR ItId' ,. ,, ot'.r: of.

Sept ? "TMWENATL1RIC PtstoIlfvlrecgNy MOAT Sails I Cvnal.br) 'ta and IM tb. Mlowln : KINK StAVING CLAIMS AND 1141.<; .......> trf thIs. lOll 555 01551155 I'.
- tinder which" wm anam ,In bnalnoaahavint ...tl.. Be' "".... vtn. I II MANtIS AGAINST TUB .BHTATFJ. !: OFrKANK "-. '
ORDIN- I THEATRE 81/DAY years Y eolg our frlnelnal. "l... of b.oI_. 555. ud Na, .. P. 'fUNTON DECEASKDlIndtr INIIIANnder at V HtIGRT': \
I It PER WORD WE ARE SELLING Outboard motors. ONLY TINSEl! TUtU /.INGI ; :,j..t. i In Fart 8wall,.. __I. CX)..tr. Fin.. OiatIh. 1'' Mid irauant In th' Provlalonf whlrb I wI w. 't

MINIMUM &0o' FOR ITS I We work on outboard TERRICIC! AND TRUE. NOTICE T APPEAR ,..u.. Inttfreatrd. $I. .aid ....,.... l.A )n Tallenobr Whenmf. I have of .. ?>4.II, Florid RUlato. oi i boO.eoepdsol I ,' plnue ef b.elneaa I.I I.
mo. 1'0: Vlo_. ......... c.m.. M A. A. Whol'., and-<). C. Wbltlrar hereunto Mt my bae : lie PER WORD CAPIIrtLMMUM tors. We nave part for out' > / Se pt.* Mtr'- c..or'III'K.o. of Fort a.." 1-. Florida' and teat. Iker.ra .... tb. 05.1! Owl of Ih' sod .reunited. .. _.... ..;, r I'S, 500,5.4 I. .KM bnalnew I la WIredrlrka '
IM FOB U 'board motbr We have In stock I I :: a. .M eltu* ,._.. nrrunt !Is..., Suiu of el Talla- 010''.... asS. .......4. "''. '0" or ell.... n ef Jrnaan lleerh Fmrld..nd .
LET S.spray-paint! ;far gras'i.; ..... ..... 1..1. t 0505. ,haaaeo. 1*:-'r.'t.: : l Una the 1 of r... man knvt aeralnat. the" ...... nf ShOt. i..here arc ma other ajoronlInvereated .

j J4 and 7 hp Scott-Alwater tug lawn chairsr kitchen You ... ....; _.1. te __. .10 A. A. WHITICAR. Ihlnr-fir.l day of ........ Frank F. r....... ...'...... sIc ol Ih.Dlatrlrt .. e.'" bMlnrea, '.
Outboard The best of Ml b ci... sb. ... ..U,104 ..11 rtlrnc.o, .5 .r 0 G. A. U Iff*. of M..h._. tllau. of Con I W' L. rRKRRrtKSFNTuk. .
111111111",11I11I11I11111"111111I'MENTS that have furnlliire SlIUIJIrR: FRO- I beta,. tl.q.ts..b., 10 elin i 'DO. {oh, Sept. 5O. UU: Il .I.T'CAa. : nti ,.,IC''I:: the 'Hueiorahl Arthr Rtknta ..... A... l II. M. MrrtI, IH*.
FOR RENT we that famous Ducts CO. Box/l4S. Phones ?0 Pea Lostmoe I\h\ .. 0i01551nl'Arcn "LEGAl. ..NDVEOTISEMNf'ThOTlCZ ----;- It. A. GIIAY. :' Jirlit., of Hanh County -

LAtlSOM d.CYCLE.AIR-Coot.- t67 89 I ........, of lIsts. KtailH. .nd HI. .... *nm. I. hta office LAl oV !IS EC
5IIIIIIIIt111t1hh1Ihhh1hIH1'i't1' ID OUTBOARD Bf -B.: Aur 19 tf A.....' 1015. OF ELECTION' I II ,.n. lHntr Court lAssos In Stuart _
1II.P. MOTOR (OmcuiT; count 'i.. '1'. "0,,.. G. M. MANlOtK(. Sheriff .....r.. County. ..k..-..... wit.1.' eIght S'S!
In stock. Ralph Ulmer Motor FLOOR COVEn/iaiT- A.rm..tronr' k! PO ()Y.ct. 1'. ,Its. otoettr. of IIatli. c 4s'str: ofN. ....U. Cnunt 0nod.. ........ from iSo. ..... nf the COUNTY COURT
.... ..... I .. .1 lAos ..bll....... of thla .... MANY COUNTY FLO.IDAIN
Company 12 to Sept.30HAVE Into / Linoleum and ('I. .t.II. f'AIi Sent, I, I" U.ad.. 7. 14. II, holloa that R' UUTE ftP III'
"' DOROTHY I \ I*. IH$. .ot4lsso.. and di-manda muct anntal
Asphalt Tile ubber o. ? aC1o\,1 0)00 Irani .d....... N M. UloIN. t
and Cork sottacor ft. A. tRAY. '-- f Ik* awlaaeat otdhOSSloOtoSOdls'OsSRtt.dsonl,5s.i4. .
YOU seen our self-pro. Tile. Guar teed Instillation 11011.1..... ,101.lIff .:., p1 08'k: ; : !sOt. si P5515. LEGAL ADVEHTISEMENT .d
/ 107 CI'.;: a.lldl.; do .hereby five" .... lOst I' The am. will h* .*...... NOTICE TO CREDITORS
yelled twirling mower? Save by expert if rhanlcs .l..rlfflnEck'r. WOW P."". 5a.h. 'bid.. TAKE NOTKK, :' lOss III e Tm-uie..: ofth. Pntcd thia *.lk d., of Autnel. todd. rtedltur* of the Katnte ef fluaanrewire

hat hard puihlnf Com In In/ Mt S. Dixie Fort r.b. Me, U. 10. "5. ,..... 0. tile. GENERAL ELECTION1ID : Plod B.p.... (-Hiir......' (Huarl Fl"r- KOKK K PiNION. :' :' I boo, Ibw.55'4 flea, 0.0 booby SolIfIsO do. p1 p1oit. f''
le rlilm.
Ida, will .. 8rr>l. II, imil r.ixlw sod ". Caereitrlk' M tbe e>etaie' of ..... PA any or
for drmonitratlon. Also have Pierre, / May U If .') .he fcetd In II..". t....,. H'eloFlorid oi_ bida nt \,.. p a.. few r.moo..lln> 1.51.... .4 .o 1.11..' S'o.sal' ,: : e/hlrb they may: hev*> bralnwl .\
mower lo rent the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,. .. Tueaday next .._d''.. the .01 aald .. d ...., In th. .fric* of tb. Co> ..ty'dee "
I ; by hour or --- fool '"f >..d rhurrh$ A eopr / : "
day. Clean JT WIIJ./'AY t.) In a fmr Monday ,In Novembe. *. A. D, IU.. plan, and opfeelriretlnna' fnr aaid v.y7 ; I 1tY: of Mo.llsC..lyl'sol..u.o. I ..
tap that vacant lot you come k"J laurt Hwue at Hluatl. Fli.nrla.' wlikln'
..>.ld Tueedny .beln, IheSW are rut file, oltfc.; W. ft: f 1111 S'""" "........
and make your place look bet and Ir/Charlie<< Zarnits checkup 'N 0 TIC: I '. Do, .W. Nmraberbt .'", Auto Cbmp. .. ..... Martin. Cauhty, Atlurnvy f'r KxM-ntritr eteht (81 .....d.. month frena tb. dele ,
r" ........... .. .. /rf tko (ItO ,.bl"'ill.n of Ohio netM.Kexh ,
ter. Ralph Ulmer II /your front end on tM ; .: til' .1 (.lector.eraor fla. f.k. A.I Bt I t 1.. Ml.
V. Motor Co NOTirK .la lorcby trrreif .... In* For ef th* StaU ef rhirld*. Afl (bIds ahmiM be *cr...,'..nJoO if by --- elnlr* of di>inand :;::.t be .. wrltln / 1 1
i Aui.H tfOK BEAjr Will;EL ALIGNMENT Boar of County CommleauHtera. .l Mar. 1'.. ....lry of II.... of .... ..... 5, trtlfled I ,. .d .d .. of the. .1......! \
ATLANTIC CO\RT ---- .MBuffme before,'you go on that U. h.. ,. r ."d.. wilt accent Waledi TrnateM of lOiS j; rirat Baptlat ttiurohruerv. pnetMifflr / 4
da tha
APARTMENTSTUART $ SALE /action Elmer .h. nnht ,lo rrjec; all :i. .
-Maple living room Ralph Motor /' Pho0..w amIss. .IMracy or .11 WIU

f LORIilD'corated suite, In good condition 125 Cffnpany: Aug.12 ts Sept. U thre* eraartv"*on Jeer, pfck-M of the Itat of Florin. bid.' OIIH I. Munllr."I. :.1'r" : I'Zt55 become void .oefiruita: to law '

Fully r sIpped Phone 88-tt. 2 ... *.ltk oab but ae body:: aleyllader > rar TreeVrer of th. _.. of Florida.W ......' ,-., nro' 55,1151 to.u..b .1 NOTiCE I. .herby riven that .. Ae A4odshtop.ti.I I.UITH of E.the J.of '"
Sept B IE SALE anotorv a.*ey tUe-eff '.. Superedot. nf Fiibllo' IlMtrMtlon Bluer Fhu Hoard bf Kduoatnm erf thoFlort of
Apartment* -Royal Purple Clr- site .. will ... .. .. Kiaan 11. I),,nn, DeoeaMdMIUHAFI '
iqeketidn$ Imo.uh'eOdetec. tbe of Florida.Ft ub. KotI".1 nd t. 1040. la offer foe1 .III.
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tates COME and have Fun. "Kid Day lie of Royal Palm Rebekah'Lodge J'Cumrm.jL. n.r of Arrkolt.m of lb. ."LEOM. .AOVERTISEMEN,, ?_ not.. .0........'.. kid. l. Ilh._, 0. HITMANKrr.1 i
Low Summer of .' Florida& II ml eelorkher A _..... Allows' ISO ..I..I"IL i
No. 44 of Stuart will On* Be.it 11..1 h..; SUU rl* da.Por at 't;
pest Alt Year Round Party-Dance, Civic Center ...1101.0" .Ith ttnntftkraa Four (.\. ..tlM of til* ....... -0'1'1: C It'----- ?th. 1I4S lor land MART.N publication. of Auguat 'II l.ia.. .

VT I. FACET Mgr Sept, 3rd. Prises. Adm. SOc e Dduet a bake sale In the "." eo.... of Ih. late of .10... Oroup* HOTICII4" ",.... th.1 tho Osis'S COUNTY deeerlhed .. foBWI4 .. tub-Ate. !" 1., Kept. I.:I.-l.l--*. Y 1

Post Office Arcade Saturday, .t Ceun Vl55li55005l'S ufCounty lI.rt. Wl* of wf4 LEGALADVECTISEMCNT
Telephone list Sept nod f't.5 _'i'\e. ... Fubllo DtllllleaCentmUlor "',."d.. till ""'.,.t ..>lrd bidefrr SF >, of NW1. .nd\\h: TL.hl. : r ,:
Sept 11. We kindly solicit the vVtba Sue* of Florida, th* *re<,ion uf an aHrl ttain to thrUatln swu oEH M .

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFOR FETERMAN'S Poultry Mark* patronage of all our friendsin 'Tkotiaaad'' !.... at 15.0.2. for nVpreaentatlvAof tb.* 8l,.4k tea- ,....'n. j.ll.) "aocnrdinir, lo ...... .. 8o.tb. Ra., .. Eoot, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER .. 1
; .....""'wI! 01.1.. tot .h. OhIo of lid .perlflrlfona' ... ftH l Po ihe office' nf fliolse ... ...... .?0 ., .Isto. FICTITIOUS NAME' .' ,' "') I
SALEIUIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Fresh dressed and drawn 17- Stuart and surrounding $015 Sead .f Causty Co.et..l''es, Hortae. tn th. t,_ tv-FIrst. Co....... the Clerk of tticult, Court 'In Martin 'rho .......,.1 bl .. Ie to .., .... NoUw .I. .booN, .,... hol the bOos -; ,
ecu and Hens Corner of jEalt- towns Sept. 2 01 11I.,11. Co..I w-sm .h. cttbi to ef th. United Bte.IPbr C..,',. FlmhtaSaid .4.1.. ...... 0450.0 ,ssd.. .5,. .....1...... of <4.'b.pise< 'i I
_.. as .._ Soc 00. .U bid.. ..otb. TN..* Circuit Ju '5 Coops. _. 0slot. Board of <'.unty ,......tool..... ofMertla The ....... It.ad hen mad*. akall .b* l..ll. L.*sol ..1....[... AcU tl 1.41 \ "
ornia and Old pixie Hufiway, SPENCER SUPPORTS lot; Women aro ro .b. fifed b* O.ptasho. lat |aln > and I. Mlr.ll Judle. .\CIre.it ef the.uta Caan reurvu thr rlirht uentt > so. ..b_, .. Ih. It... unto tUelfmlnerela will m*,... with .h. Cleik of the Circuit ,
Idalre cross from Texaco StfUon.rpt. ot .ffli<* nf tb. Clrrk nf ClNultOunty < of Florida. \ or rejrat tny <'r all I,lila" ohlrh are: .11 ""' ..,..... "ph.... nnd Court In .net for Mania I tounty Florid.. '
At.EVoed Frig reIn Men's belts. Luell Downey 00.. dl CocOa .tosul,. Y5.fldL ...'ld for On* Btate Atloraey. Wl.th, JudklnlClretill .. ke flU. with thr Ch-rk. of Circuit ....'. 'h.._ _....... ann reeelpl of piwf nf oftola 'i '

excellent condition, S tf 1101 Orange .AT*. Fort art, will .. ...... be ... i'0ose 1:... of Ih. SUU of \..ride.i Court of Martin I.".my. Florida, Held II.". .. ., .. notice, the fldlHnna MMm*). to.wlttIUKAL t
feet ISO' First ..I......'. of 1II..lI. c-.... Fls5da.. 05 ,... 0.. 11_..... Of .... R" of Repror bide will' .be onmnl by the lounty" Com ....:.: tho : roJ.: =.:d7li SIOHT MHO, ,
cubIc price NEWI1OUSE Pierce. Phone 197-M for ap 0,05. .'._ 1'. as. ':ys..s.r, 5osMouSeSlot. ......1... of .h. ..Iorl.... mlaalvnare, .. MartM' County, Florid at kids. .ider which' I will on... ,la bnlliMNM.e 1 '
tint KTitd. Hall Elee.errice In Saler. 4 rooms pointment. UMOVING 1040. r"c.ur.t7 Judir. 10: ..clock P. M Tumlay, S.........., ItY ORO' lit... 01.1. Rood of k.si.. .., ......,.... ,Ioeo of b..'....&, .

rtrOM II. Sept. t ndVbath, 2 port f 3, 51,000 a. a. POMIlfitty' for HherTffK 110.. lOS.. ..... 0 ..... ..... ., Fl....... .t Sl< Herler. AvCM. .... Wuart Manl.

._ .. [lobe send Lamb* and :- 'CLI'JtI: ( MAJID St COUNTY Cool.MtStllNiI5rl Clerk of tk* Circuit:: Courl J. R. IOMFROYH.OHIUA '''LARD P. CALDWELL. .... "..; 'ho' Ih. 00,5. ,..........
Sup. to Canada Mexico or ; IIAIITIH COUNTY" r.; ,,-.... eu.... eo.., C'.ERK' ImARn 11$ t"n.1NTT CuM.SltIINIoltiI ; G........ hi slid' b..'.. .U Ch.rlee R. Kindred 4

ALE-tYped Amana FrecE- ply CaVpany J Anywhere. In tJ.8.A.T For reputable Et.oNtoA for ('...1. Aa'oaaor'of'T..... MARTIN< COtTNT1'. ; of Stuart Florida and thnt thrra *.. ...

> Aug 1/2(1( Sept. 2.J) ( Coot.......... maO) for Ta. Collector. other pm... "fntereetrd In ..,d bnaineaa.HKLt.S .
lines I
ft excellent Tan long distance
cubIc eonrf for County Superintendent... ofeord.no NIl. (County 'JommiBBlor. Seal ( H HINUKKDPub.

price I2M MaUi Elce. and local, see Dan Faen, Box P..... A... M and Scut I. IIH.NOTICl ........10.. AUK lION and Sw I tOSS Au*. 11. II. *i. and Snt. I, 1.41: I,

Service, Phone 1]. Sept 2ALETws WE CAN) sraVply St-qVP/ming/u with all the 1111. Stuart or phone 338. LEr.AI.ADVEaTISEMEveLECALADvERT1SEOSErtcco.: ADVERTISEMENTLEGAL" ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 'f, '

U. I Barnes Irrigation al.8U I I I
f Pumps you\/d. Ralph timer ___. 'j
vied LauntJrw.aihinf Motor Comjlny Aug 12 tf BULLDOZING -tand-clearln: PROPOSED CONSTITUTIOt: AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED,/ N IN NOVEMBER. 1948 .Jr.

machine In food ditching and filling Phone OF ILtCTIONHIBEA8 .. > with Uw ejrovMIn.* for the hnrj 50 51. .00,5051 .0 .sld Cs'sllSsSiSS. u Ohs .uiC_ <7uaty. County RsOo000. 100 50 ..lOItOtOSttStISSTh..
lUon,' $150 each. Hall I IIIIIIIIIIIIII1II II lIlIIlllIlIllllllIlIllF ..- Th. ....1.'..... of l's,. of Uxeo *nd ouch ... ehell not be *p ;: :::: School .c COlIn", T55., "ow' u, ." ,,,.. ,....) : '
Phone 11 329-W. If ..... th. Conaurutlon *t ISM. of lht < piled to *ny purpoaa other .... the II b. aubn I cl u th. elcc i :; ........ .trlctl *.. .MvSlV**. b, tho 8..... C....>. Co".. II ""'"
trio Service R NT '
DON'T WAIT untiilt'u too late. ,at* .. Florid. *. did ,... II Joint ****. payment of torn principal and .Inure* .l :. .f Florida ta pproval orllttlon 1 T'. 1AI''u.' ....n at OIl IAI'' Bot.nl.School. Brhool DlMrltiU, 8.01! T,l.
Sept. 2 lIulIllIlIhIll 1111111 ullIPlUllIllIluIullOft lutlon* nropoaln* atnodmnta to UM mId bond .t th* MX! General Election _''on 01 1_ and fc-om time. MUk Diirlrtrtaf M"rttnp1 :
ft* us today for automobile ConatttutMM of tho *tal* of Florida. utd |bl In oddltlo. lo the boruht euthorlirdhi oc>a eld In th* year J t8 that la to iIh 'h........ ..... ..... .. *"**ticion 5OCTIOtIILI."r in*] afUf tT *-
REW-Two few all electric ": parea-raph I.J| above, and ...,... to Section 1 of Artcle XVII efOonlktullon 11, of 4 1030" **) -.5 Tirf Cttlledui
Insurance :::: : ;' .T : : t.: : J :: : :
that need under : : .: ih. it.SuIFIOc. ,
ALE-Used Bendlx wash- A *. Year arfjund or *ea* you ": the llmlUllone, unt provlalona. thereof of th. tiu of Florida Mid Count? at rorvondi; County
the new financial responsibility .. ..... 0_ ..... .... _... ... .... and *f Section 5 of A....... IX .. Ihe Con.oututlon -Oo..St.w.d aa followi: j that pur-Bo**, W50t151015, Uw ,. .. 0.00.U.Ssdii10..dm..Us0s5C.o'OS ,Id*. .h.l eonMl. all ...*< levtcd 1. "it
machine cieellent condl- ion. x 1011. Phoic 115-J Joint Roaolutlon* woo .,Umd treat thetireopectlvo of Florida. th. 1Atrt......... nay EIBIDN I. Illher branch ol the lja County by Ui' *tat j' County Coitn ychooT
real l buy-inj. HaUs A%. .Sept1 Law. Theodore Dehou & ...'.... with Ih. ya" and a ao Provide, for the leauanc* ol "peclalCaet.l l.ioith 1 50..tO 05051w., ,, .0 ly Tarn Collector duonated, tit ParMrraph : Board School Dun-let*, ftpvcl-t '
Son. naya thereon and they did, dounnln and Outlay" bond! by County Boardajf 1 of Tbia Section 14. and ....u ,....,.. T** O.500ID145MtP0Oto
rio Service phone 11. Dehon Bid,, Phone ft d'rod that Iho oald Joint *eoluthioa .b* Sduwtlon ,. ....... ...,... eutley; 1'' provldo for th* eoI'''''_. oar. ourtodyiwporllnc a Th* .U.r1a>*ttlT> feh1] Ul* IXfl, '*. ,
Sept. 2 P0/RENT Two d \'s-town tf eubenluad. t*'th* elector, of the 5to.u.r5.m Mth projecu h......... aoaulrod or I oond "N'". or ilnal all or t ; and diKOurMrnvnt of all' tWMoolloclotf 1.11.. 0,05 0. .5 lose. soS -.... "
Oenerml E'''''_ .In November. 'let*. .. but Mid .bionda. ....11 be limited toproocu men* tharvof anay propoa. the_ vlalonor by ib* County fa CoU c.orUNAi 0,50 th_n.r tmaoft 1.5,5 apaeltytnc, ,
Bailment*. Newly fifalshed..U TRUSSES elastic. stockings, NOW THEREFOR .. L A. QUAY. end arnounta approved by II,. *mnJient of any bortlovr' ** Ih* 5r: l
FOR SALE Outside electric equipment. hone knee ........... .. a.... .1 .... ..... *f FWrkU, a tale Bo.rd of U.. aa proacrlbed. Unna of 0 ConatltuUnt, ft auehrovuuon I F ;: = : :;Collefctor : '
anklets Stuart :
pads, etc. ... .. tic* thatGENERAL by lw .nd nh.ll become peyabK' ," or** emondmont may relaU t* REsoLtmoH I. thto 50070. 0 \ .
and Flat White, I19S Stuart t MAlltf Unit Corp. tf I BLECT1OII ly a* preaertbed by law wtthto not. Mwreeed .5. *ubotlbr any number jjrr ubjorr.ierhVnrnt .! JOINT NO *M = "" : :: : = :::: : :': I
A JOINT RESOLUTION PropounC M .. .. .. .
.ll| ta* held, | county twenty year* front f.. dots .. ehall rarrt of mnr* '
allan la 4-f allon lots. CoJnd on' Tueaday '"1-5052. ;... lenience Provided. that no Bperial Cap ,f5.o w. ro4aed .rtlcle} f th. Conatl A..dm..t U /.01,10, VIII +t lh. Cnstltutkni bu_.... ., .11 1 loll... eoUotcitd by .... ,

porch and deck enam roB RENT) Floor sanding AGENTS for Gould rum..... All M"" .., '" Novombar A. IX 1M., tk.aald ital. Outlay bond ehall .bo lerued. ..,.. .1 lOs .ut. of riorkl lor ..UUvito ..... 000001 las Collector: I 1

rom $2.50 to $2.65 per r chine and edfer Ref II III Imhiedlate delivery, SECOND Tunday boln DAY*.OF th* NOVtMBlK I 'linda.* ...b'<.* ..toffother, ouch eounty with th Inel* Mhoollndebodno idlnlapocKl th*S5.555,55 collfMrUiM.. .of< UxB proptrtit*. *kjr .ddlrvg MKM UMT** : \
lobe Sound Lumber your floor at reasoaabl ra Stuart Hardware Co. ,rhone tar Ih* rntlflcotloit' of* rejoeuon 55 0.. t*. Hhool dlltrlot" Indebtahell ...._ 5sbsco l0sO. 0 110010, IS obiIN. lo Additional cl oiu t pro-rid* tht tmUi BOURff JOINT' R'OLUTtON' NO 00' At'i
mId lolnt' ftoaalnlUiria yropoMn Amnd .ead twnty per vent of th.. .0155.5 Sos 10 0051,.,tiSO Jolt. County ol Browird. BUM .0,P5504.1.. A JOINT RESOLUTION PrupmEsg, a* ,I .
eJ551 AprJEUR .Phone 10S, Stuart Bard* 108. tf, mmta a* th* Coautltutlo o< too" ..... ofriorldo. aai** vlu* erf th* toxabl* property asia with th* y, 5 uy odd $115. th* Cmmty. .Taa AweaMor alull MM** Aiatwitdtaoemt .. Artlcl.* V>M .! th* Cont4tutlo ,
< tha tor *
: Countr
> tit pur
Cs' lltl ouch >unty oceordln* t* th. lat eaeaahent lShod15os.sns pmIoasnh.s.nSy. property .fehoot and oi th* Stat* irf fJoTadt wlatHr* I
[DEEP WATERS"_ STARRING for eouaty purpoaoa prior. to th* whero ewap Apubllatia off p..5 lw,lng. .SUM.. County But* .. eUMaamMtt .( prnpcrty for tax.* twv lWi .
NO 1 HICIIW, laruane* of ouch Special CaptoI, Ou..." catlo. to bo jnadeclc Munldpai = by Ills ftchoo.L! oJlortkm f tax**, by 1"
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-By I ANA ANDREWS AND JEAN Hotnt JOINT RBtoUrnoW M\.tJ( Th _clpal of end mlereet < and th* othelceka Oounty,.. County Boturd botnns. to 'ddlUonal tWctiotu ,5510:155r laUv I'
No.1 Ti ftchotri
ton U.S.
: /wy.by 0 awe* opeotal ..... haU bo 500 5.10. Ii. S seothal of TlortAa, '
week er month. Phone 300. TERS: AT LYRIC THEATRE A JOINT KCSOUmOH _ui poyabWfrar. rnamodaMelypreced .Pon EnrtrtcM, DOlol. OiMrtct andpttLUaM County of PJnHa.t fUt*
fL deep. South /Stuart, -... .. A...... 'x .. : fund *ettb'uned In aerti countynrUonod n( the JTectlon>t .hick tho aameat th Count. Tax *!' *
bunt. The Stuart New Officio tf' 'p-P. t-S .- A HUNTING UV.II ). c-"OII .Sr oddl05 OM.sW 55 oddI.5s SO.Ipflo.0 01 00550s .......... md .... to L rot arupon, jAl thereupon aubItted J';' "':, th Count.'.;:;'I"b: :''*'rdltMfto proportir 0f th* = lor Ui* =: I

of Kobe Sound as N STORY OF A SMALL, '-.at ........... .... .u ...... or ...* IXIalatur' tor achoolooplul to ele.-lor.fcf u BUI* loftkni *...... *th..r UXM to b* ao aiti*<1 ol :tovylnff Btalo* County. Crhoot and MuIpaUtl : : '
site. Special prjfo $1.15 per GREAT LABOR DAY SHOW :- tavo* upon saaoHno., orBE ."'.. .... oiatlaF Mid debt woOl purpeee efa th. next <3enppnaval .tad "...'.. and thai th* County Tarn Cotloctor idipsl 15500 155.4. a, II., 51.5.. Coot, '
Bt WHO BELONGED TO ......... .011_ ... ....._ ....U ... Sid monoya prvldd bp .... oounty fromOeuaUr OT.1 Ele ...11 eoUoet and diMribut* UM MM Ct.ty, 0.15.1 _.... 5110.51 151,51010. ,
Ask for boret. Broken THE PICTURE WHICH WON 50 isbIls 5115551. otV ou oohool rovojru. w.... Incl."" auch rev Ja or aneudi teal may o* auo1 ...... ._., 1'.. 1,5051 51551015" 054 II..... ,
peraI RONALD COLMAN THE TH SEAt! Sept"1 pui 5oepas.u. u.S: ptslbUe US :::: M volorer" tan**. M ulhorlad or r- fef approval or flection in B. rr ResOLVED nr NHi itaistATURf : ** ol Ui* County' and th.t th* 4
.05.15 of ulrod by thLoiliIlura. aubject wth il offctlon under lh %ndinona d- County Tax CollMtw oI5U wUort taw
Ifllhll' 0051 of purloos
2.5. Nmpla I ACADEMY AWARD '.*A 111I11I11I uuuIIIIIuIIlIsllIIulilIlIlIIiuulIl .... 0. HnutoUon .< eh. Connltunon. relating. ,oib "" e*, sod Ii l0. '* provided That 0 PTHIOTATS A.ti.Mlmnt Of flORlDA ta Ar* ..,. .... '
*. *d vaaorora toMoa lor erhool purpooaa. hr I so jofAntnlu II .1 this tho lollMvlnf PK : BY THC
es Ill 8Je1. DOUBLE LIFE": LYRIC NOTICES rr OF nrxcn.vm TH' STAT BT OF THC FLOHIOAI UMMLArURX Such benda ahall not bo ........ or4Me ConaV '1155. II u ol55flly"" tOte .1.-.1.55 a... VIII o5.5. Ct.tllsU.s 05 tho aol.SOS ffUKX'T'IUtOLYE OF Uc1

MayS If THEATRE MONDAY AND liiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPAINTING That th* MIooTtn. Amendment te> Ar. of th* But .f Florida or enforce'Uio 'I.e SPAS Os soot, SI ..d.plloodloast of?collctk FISOd.o 01551110< aU UtMi to 555 IM o.055051 UM County *f r Th" ti* foilowiim -. t. Ar* r0t55 i '

: : -= ="'=: == ,aealaue.. OH orodlt, taiUiyj pease .. 0. sIo ol. 5,05.0. Bfowwd ..... .! '...... ky Mintthoi .. VIII,..of..55s C.I'. _* 555055llIioeof1.lts.0O '
I TUESDAY .... feP1ItlllllllllllllUllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII doesn cost IIpay .: ... a I 51 051. C.outtlal05, ?to add,Uonal .wetiofuj. M b* aumWrd to t .
A TWO LOTS FOR I 1 1i *. Sail that building now.1 .Id'n.' ..... .U ....... .... .- by tho .toetvtary ef ....*. b* ... thsCws,1ddPiu.ll.o .)
ful product* aou t t and ..... boaubmittatd State oi ruwUU. bv addlnfthoreto i
CENTER OF TOWN Ih* wm Hr by airMd i
i Let me fiw you an estimate: zk10. =o. be wje* tar. IJOVn SOOt IlmoLl1TIOM "0. 000 nous* jorar' RESOLUTION" i N to th* .1005,5 .. tbo Btat of addi r:4' *
( I ONER. NICELY HJRNJ W-A N TED 1 AU work 1 publK ...h.." enroot mat eirport our.oaea A XttMT IlUOLUTIGH Psp'sI.og. ..5A's.51.55 A 101NT RESOLUTION Prel rtotlda lor raUflcoUon or MJOC..O atth .a Aoctioa and .
with .umm prices. and preocrlbhn' tb. d,atrlbuuonand .. C,05l101O.o Si sdd. tho th. .aam la bob .. to an* .h.1 .
AND ELECTRICALLY: : '.55.551.5* 10 Article V of th.. 11 III. G.nral Eiaetlon to b* hold tm .
iluIIIlluIlulllllluilillIllIullllluIIIliIllllIuIWANTEDUsed It of local ref. 1 '* uiee.If Into ..._ S. 551455510 ewlIss.y ...... b* fubmlttod lo th* oi th* I
guaranteed W ass of certain portion* lutlon M Florid*. rltln. to tn. fit* To....y.tlsihs Soot Monday i* '
TPJED EVERYTHING hereby wroed ie awl :.u- be. eub.mltted "' ..."kIuol '.'''1 DI..".... .101 1 Department by oddln thereto HovmtH-r 0045.05551050100CTlONF..lO ol VIorMa Inr 0.11 or 01001105 !
TICAUY LARGE : piano, preferably II erences. CnH. Frlsble 3rd .. the elector. .4 th. But* farrtutctlon & i'm.Y; ;' oJ1GmLA.is Hoe, rolaUn .. th* retirement* *f Ju. and .,.., January I tho Oonoral r*et:1'hld on Uio !

NEW. player cheap Phone 1131. house on Jqaenon, I or refertloa .. th* ajevt oaj.eral "' or FLORIDA W .. th* Supreme .nd CI.....'t Coi.., .. I. 1950, thai County Tax AioiMor 0. tho tint TUOB..IV alter ab Monday latNovemhor
'iG ROOM TWO BED. IseXli Election to b.* Mid h> IMt 05aoo4iole moo .... 55iO..I.f Asoofomo. .. V BE IT RESOLVED: BY TH* I LEOISL "County, of Bro..... But of rtortda.tu.il 1M*' : :
BtpttuiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiillilll'Timillllllll : south of alrposl ...,. VuI .... ..... COMililtlS0 N !Torsos or THB STAT or FLORIDAAmendment AHOM aU propny 550 all ...... 0ECTION 1*. I. d aftat JanUary I
MS, LARGE: KITCHFN All .501.. sewie'euftu. -.... 50.5.50 55505. 5 w'sti'" I. That the followln' U A C55000. Bchool and uUcipal Umoa to I. IfM. th* County .AitetoorIn
BATHROOM PLENTY : i AS THE BIG CLtjrK STRIKES i odpmld Spas I55tic. .. additional SenetorUI, Dlrtrlcte.Iry to 5. 51.10 v .. "ho ,, tltuUon of Florida. .1 < County by tho ftuto. tho County. ol PirwUw. State ol Florida .
T f alleombuatlbl. a' I product 'sassuses by uSd155 S ....... 55 ..... so School Board.
LOSET ROOM. A GOOD LOST &; fOUND111I11111I11111I11I11I1111I1111I1111I11I1111I11I.1 -EVERY IIOUR RINGS NEW .. ._ and L....... sad .. tor of the Stave fa. 0.1155105 44 04 A 551,10' V I. w'.tn,10.. Tin Bchoo. DtatrtcU.mfi Btato County, Scftioel IAI and Mi n.trltialtaxea

AT $, ". TERMS, TERROR EVKKY MINUTE Internal embuetlblo nirlna ... tho genacqulaltlon :15550 55 the Gw.l 0001100 l 044. ::=: __ :in b* eubmbud" to th* DlatrlcU. D........ D''."' ..., and any to bo lovtod in Bch raunty by Bnard Ihofttoto ,
05 p0.001 5.14 *. fouowet. 5 .,....., of Iho Stau of Florida tor ratification 5105 .....,. dirtrlcu, .ud mun.clp.ill. ;; EDWARD: MAP Large BRINGS NEW 'SUSPENSE!/' ::=. :...::. l.l54 = ,: .IOCTIOH" Than la b,5mIsd or rejection. ot th. nemt Oenral I which. by ordtnanoo r aju..o> UaOtf Bchool CD,4es: r1al. Tax enool
Realtor LOST OR SEE "THE BIG OJ-OCK" AT Soil 55 5.05 __ 05c ... sOdlI55sl 5.mlwlot OIim. IS 5505.S BeeUo. t. be held la I.... .. ..... IsbN.' to b* Os JiOiiililt DI.t.rt ...,.,. ..... >
I white cat one blue eye, one. ---- -_. 015 IllS T1II11".h' I 0.5V.111.5. LocttrUt,ir* aha I at tho UffUUtlvola ale .re a *_.- ,
!crude 19 TODAY AND _. *t tds0.l 555515,511 Dto 0. The loiveBCTION .* I_, In IH* and I Idt .
Bldf repair. opentlen el Juatlroa M th* Suprem. IH* and from Umo t* tunot .
i (reen. Reward. 720 Oneeola brldi and runt of Thi07mlo5., 4555 Ososl., 51551155. ;; ...... Jaw thofunetkma. tip* thonal.siott 050 or.ifyls I '
Sept mad etreeta Court Mid Judge, of tho, Circuit:', Courta.olilbl. l** .wp>cly.n' .. .. '
Sept. Ave Sept* TOMORROW.4 way therefor or for airport. or fee ah* 51011 5as055 54 0555555 C 17. The to retire sIlls' eompenaattoo ... duttao and aompm* aatTn".-"-"" '... and .m.
rOSOISIA 1404.1 esislInlat. ..... ilsilOSisSO tneuad ::,... 0' Oounty Tax Aaianmt. df' h'r :
reelcnln. *
may ,
AIE-Round eak dining -- CHILDREN taken cats of by f= I' '::d lor : .leeee. orOuM- sO w55iI.gu.. sod 1,510 eou. In which caeo they 'ahall. bo ocr.I-: : ....... ?. th* flnrt paragroph* o. Ihiaand hi Parajira ,.:;; .- I"I'
I I I aeenatrucUon. repair. 51.0. .......... bWOo ON 50155. thu1Iitrm5gh5 .. .. ...... ahall UkowU. *. pitovid* byi Ik1. pro' f.
u. all of th function
with eitenslon leave. ( Our natural resources furnish hour day or week. If. Inter. =:':'r-: : nialntenanoa of rrjeda: 1151. ........ ...... 0'.. of their reepectlvo perform offlcet when. *e* ta ..*. ho ", ,.1 .11 toOth.twIsoly .
32. ......., brldree and rurhta. of way there- 55,50. A..I ....... '.01'" ....... .be ::::: .. County Tax Ataaaaor ol all T** Aanrby of OIl ". trvt4Board. ,
ested call R. Sept. by th* Chlel Juat c*. U It a Suprom* i
>, knfftL Good condition. the basis for aU our national ,__,, lot or for .......... Of all' SIMS scow tJO .h. ..'dI Th....._, ..... .......... Curl Juatloa or by Senior Circuit by th. Btit* County' County th* Rtatv, CootyCoohertossI, .:
a. Phone 60S-WI. Gaines -school- ...*. eollrotod and roulned upon BaeoUn.or ......... .nd 10 OhS fsetIth 1405,1L't Judlo of Me Circuit, 1J\! be Judio oftho ;.:t ie.od. Bchool DUtrlcto. Bpc.*.>iDulrtrt School Dlttr eta. Sprits
b wealth. If they Destroyed, we BACK t* KId Daji Par other llbe prod_ of petroleu... II....... I. ....."' .fI.. Circuit Court. ahall avrallyraorlv Taw 0dsio ., Part DtMrieta. 15500. $07IOfDIDOOI5tsdlOOstetlt.Utis0.th.CSP.lIs0.5tu.R5YisP.:
IndUntown Road. fuel not laea thoa four t... "1'1" ..... .. Di.tw.. sod vthor ....... dtlunlclpaltlta *. January
Civic Center eopt aviation th* aam* retirement eomponaat on us any
nothing ty-Dance Friday: = _
: T.
1. I. th rot
: shall have _. _Id 0.. y .
Of .t
Sept. i 5-.. t*. per sallon on rucb proittrrtaahall .. II they had ...1....... Upon, *ailEn.went "' whOM UxMMd '
3rd Adm. SOe Sept. S ... 50510. SbS 0.5. 055554 frum 5. ::; .. : Tim ,
Sept. ueed .br the Roe Oeoart.ment by the Governor. I* any othar Circuit by tho County .. ,
road ta Ih man..er 515557-51.SI.. _._.1 0_ .... oi'so, to th. flrot p.00555OcCTO : '
atau I
tor slob Circuit Jud -
purpoeea retired
sword PuzzlII. lfI RECORD AREA INCOME provtdod. by low On eant *r hner.u. ....11 .... ....... ... ._. ... .... .... ._ '...... ctloa and* powea .. .... ...:, .*.._,. lor.d. 50. Slo$5.' C.( ",....,.. '
$ por ration upon ..aoUn or *thrI u ..... sodles 0 'a tho. -"or, sO... .thor circuit Judaea. No.uoh retired Y5000 55,4 ..... J......., ". ., .hn' Munlctofelttl' ,
$ i'oItI'TOP15. f k* product* .. "petroleum. oKoapt aviation 5.5. Ties IS 5.00w.. 1050; ..550N Juilke" or Jud.e ....n b* required: I. I.... iSO (0.,.17 n. C.II_ ,. 01,0C.ssS 1. Tho Lf 11..1.' .and...n tho Lvfftala..
PT! M'IL,, Resident of even Southeastern fuel ah.ll hr--fur b* ImpoeM by 500505t 551 the P115Ullc to perform dutl*. withouthut __.. .f 115,505. ..... 55 P5504.. I ...
cools S S T S 0 : __ ...11 ...... ....... .. tlvo .10. otf .. .n' .
Ar'.. 04 the LesleleUir* and th* proeoedl retained << I Call .. bo 01,511 oslO'S .iBetoo ... In ISo 5.oslya tlli
by apectol or
? to uty mar son- .. ..
State*-Alabama, MUuisstppl dlatrlbnud mon_ tho aennal oeurrtl ., ... ...... .....,.. .. .... ......4t."sit's. Cool" ....... 550. thereafter .I. 70..lO5.
TrM W A V 'v oral nvocobl. order Anr Juettca orJudtf .
1.10 'P MI Florida Georgia ,Tennessee *14s05105.o Bern* noss.e5.Um """ .. or ... ..... II..'", wh may havo toaisned. ......* 5.05 55o5IJ4tI55Id5, 5,0555 Too i:: :\' .: == iy''
11. PcrmslI Is I. 1555. ..d ISOOmSIOS. 5.5S5505 5.054 ,
BRIE la Praln.
0 DIvtrtcta.
ahaoei D15s.kssw'
khUnf (*. wuocol IDLI $ and the Carolina*--last year received eoond aevoral O**jountlea Ta. ... S 5054. 0011 .....rit.. SoS thl* amendmenl.. becom. .. *. DperUvv...mar,... 0155055 Old S5.5se tn.f dUtreveta I Paragraph off 5 1.. 1 -' 1'
th th t... .by .
oem w n eAton ,. .... ,
ark OLD'Sots t1mth110'cass ... ...... .. oo154..... ,, ..... ... .. .1.. .
v1gt.acf.Pv Income payments estimated ..... Board of A..lh''.. raw of hla wllllnrneae to .. o. with ... "" ."'o.lIti. ... ., .. ...
Do''U- ..... dl.
I ... ..
tarsus It: .' Oepartmont and th* -. Bord : ._ b" .... "T. A .
o Clerk
at $18,,739.000.000, the largest of County ComOI_ .. provUod hi ; .. .._ .. ....It... D''.. the of th*...Suprm. Court. p's.iosI SO 5501.50 ........... .. ... ., .n *.** .Mllocjcd, hy th* Countr, TaColloetor .

the ahelUr- :Jl Track such total payments In dollar Section M. Article. IX .f ... CeMtllttMon : --... ... ..........n. =: fOOL -"
aid' 41. Cry of (h* .but with no umlutlon. aa te th* .". ... ..
record C. Parker Per. HOUSE JOINT RESOIUTION NO ITTI ... .. BINATVortrr RprvrtmoN MO i 0 ,
..'e.U4 14, UMrarr. mo*. volume of ,d..ration ef Inch .. | provided ** > ei"plia RESOLUTION tI..I. ,
Intn ie* abkMl 41 dtLii55s A S A C sons regional' ,directorof the But* tundl Boad ehall Department b* xpendod tor elite by rrjeJaH IM Si JOINT attSOtOTTOnT.. NO Jtt A to ......... VHI of Frapoaln theConatltutlon enAmondment 55,5.ftw_O-.O d,_. ._... .'lfrlo5.......055... """A" JOIN.t to 0.:104.r'e5.51". ,,.: Y

41: Proportionrmi : G A F I A C 0 N A United States Department of th. rounty a* directed by tho Board of Ih* SUt* of.Florid* ratotrv. ta r5o.. ;.. ,.:_ 555155 tuttoo F...by adding thrrtito. 00it
1n."J and
of for th
0":0':0 ; IJH .
property oddittnnal .tatln to tho. **
55155,04 r *
.f Comjnlaelenera tliarojf. Arryla *, ArlicM to hO 5150 p.050,5th 5114' *
''' ... M.k leather RN MA ( RATER Commerce, announced Saturday. .*County a that may b* Impoaod upon .vlatlon CeewltirUoei vf tho ..... of Florid.I *...letkm of ..... by i idtuolut _,5510r.. siloS ....... p..sido ISO 01.55105.ir tlon tor tha1 term of < yoftta of

""'* It. ttcaromonaorunln RUN POnusos fuel ahall b. .eeo> oaolualrely, ISIs oirporta -, 151151 I .. 05.5 .lability. of enembenLaeTUUriu **etlona. t* prov In tn. ..... .......". to..", ..... d'...._ J.idM to and t
.. .
... lvi .
to tlaiiululuredSo. County 01 Saint' Lucia ( of Florlde.the
.. .. .... _. .
and acceea thereto tho i o,5,54 .... **, thai.SlCTloN .. ahall .... of .11 50555057SoeATs '
Amer. U Ta. Aaeeoaor
VolnlH. County uaaea .
he Ihtl .. _. j0f
provided by krw Nothln .. _un '_ To. 0nII
t" : ., Iho '
the County
SarxUru Iro.U. property purpoao ornrOMmArI
-.hall repeal .r modify Beatlon I Art a SI rr .ctIOL" 11'1 TIll UOIlLAo'fUR. '
I.- Conatltutlp Thla. *emJer.aU sTAYS 01' rLORIDA, L5 *tt*.. County. School. and tho Conitltuiton
thla OF
'si SosA'. airI.i:: SolotlsO of Vsstirdsy'O pouts IX of 105. WnM July. &. IMS. L. That tha fallowl* laxoi levied by th* SUUCounty 0.. ....* .. Florida bo ."' ..._ bf I '
'.. pututZ'tou. School Board School *0001., se so.A .
It.. Oounty IQns'r 554105 'h_. 55 0.0.1111.505 owlIos '
s, SI Illrb trl.4 5. Whir,1 L $utor substi' -. AOMndmatit t. lextlo.of th t.t1:1455.: D''........ Special Taw School D.t", ... andUunlrlpelltiea JOINT BOSOLUTION NAssd.s.ot ho". .. _. ... ... A.. .h
conatltuuoei .
It. proolu th* --' "' of th* County. and. thai th.* .5 *00510. VII 0.5 ISO .1.. s '
i ItO .. _
? HOl1n 101M'P ItItlOLtrTlOM ... ,,11"" ,
t .
DOWN' rrlann to .0.
.. .._ .... .
05Asd County, Tx OUactor .n 5.1151150 05 0.. 01100 00 r 55.11's los boils
Oulded ,
'hal' siam ... Orafledl. h... I. lnessdtosC 50 0- PIt Ct a 10. JOINT 555as.UOWI"O"IS .. 5.11,1., Ptop Xl 500 = =:'. "'':"-:="'= ::= Mid ta< to.0N.o05S05p055ty ,.... ... C000I,.1-d' .... ,I. 0011 i I
lOW' ... ........ of .... B* IT p.uotvFxs iv 07tbi *- .... ta 'h. by a'* too auHmtttMitho .1j
aldy be eubroltted t* I = ; : : .
.Mil ;
.... .
,. C''IT. Hr.u.. .. Tl RE OF TIlE STATS .. ..... ..... II .. of
4. Iad"loln l kirk RESOLVED BY TlTV aisso of Florid toe remicauon s. is.r5ss.1t That .... 'followln' Amendment to Ar.tlcle ... Couh" of Vo....... ..... "...... ..or rotlon' .a* It .
-: : (.IKkuR ,', iGoosl i\,\ RE OF th*Tat following-*' STATE A-OF ITbat .. 10551''th' ;.=.'c i .Oonorel. E action : vni of tho Conatuutldn. the Buteof 0. C..tr '1'.._ ...., Us .un.n.t O hold on th* t.nt .T..
... ZaP th Florid, relative to Iho .MI lament ondeolhKUo. 05005? .. ... Coo's 5.. I 0110p000 dav aftor ." t* Novmbor7
of Article XII L' that iertlon of ArtMl* lit of .o.
= .. ....
'b .. Florida ohallbe *f all ** In tM County ofSelnt .. 505yi55 aislu, C. ,,. 005c
Btato of Ftortde rale of IS. *ut* of '
aireod' Ml SIt' 05k CotulllutlM*! oM e amenoed ehell reodHeeia LMCI. But of Florida. 0, addln* =: J.':: ': QD" lid Si ,.i.. CoeN 0.
Ho. la boreby ::.. ; amende thereto additional. aecUona u b* know = .. 5, ... .

-4- trilled Florida to lor Ih ratlft* *k.._ ..,,,,-.... 000Iol6R i..I.'..... ...""" .. M section IJ .... Section It b.. .nd th' '''''. O.wI5t, T. Onhl5.1 0501505 bo 15051.4.! by IhojuallUod
.. ..
: 4I 5001 05 1555 .*- to hereby areod to and atMll knd Hunldpalltlao of Coo 504 oloetor* olothor -
slob the Cenoral 'EtorttonOa 05 aalarlee_, .... Senaura aeid rtaaaCraeTlh. eubmHtod to tOo elector of 0.. Ho.. that ... County T. eou_ 4.4. ..... and Countyletd ..f" ".. I

-- : .followa Itma i iICTION ,., ........- ;.' H..;.. of BepreeentatrroeMKI1 =: Florid, tor ratlflcolto.relecuo.. tostth000ldboo., .1 tor o torn of .t* Hi year, *. Thoftnrt
$ torYAW SM ..._ Of ... b* duly ojueJlOad *U ctora a. th* th* Onr l Eleotlo* teb.* held **4th BE IT '::tiWAn 4-515 LToo. oloctoo for silOs, Mull b.
k-.i : provide susedsOros .5assk maw reeceeUv. _.... anal dlatrwta torvMctl flrat Tuoadar afUr th* Ural Mond*> OF OF P1.0 A 1 bold at th* *l.*.. i| h iaft* I

n-- ; Wa is IPW'OSSdO 55555 05154, ,05's..osO510 IboT wen eho.ee. Tw. per ofBiaeabara .. November, IMS, .. fcUlowai That th* u."c-; : ::: =, t OIO MbfeOquont lcUnn .iha.1 5444 'I
malelksihP0 of 4h* Senate end Houe ofHrhreeenuUvee SECTION II. L From .nd afUr Jan.ry tlol* Vlll of oorh ate it> 550055.* '
_.. Itllla 0.5 0015's
r ye coWls__.... .... .... .... .1.511. too *. dollar. day &. 150. th.* County T.. AaaeeaorIn SKI* ol Florida. .roUUv. to thu 11 5' -Th flrat : otfloa OOS.5"SbI.
.hen .... Luale. ..... .. .... I 4,0
/ J5.Q.cx.S1th0T Deserve Go epar1Al. .1 5.. ,ow isOsilulmOasts for mob djrje of th* aeaatow and *" "" Ills Countr of | mont and oollootloBi of all 55105550500 cw on th* P150 ,
055 tO
57 S
5.555500.5 for UIuu c..me of Voluola. Btato 55 toy
Florida olIprupoty ,
: '
- 1tW.mhIP .WonetwiWsOl'SInmOsidwu 555.55 = -r.: = ::: 0755.451050 = Countr, School and Municipal' oddln ....... additional 551w. _.. zrr10-5.5155M-5550'.
II. $ettt5t 51555$ .......... .. -who 0... ...... .............. a.., eenu d7y tar 5055 day .. the Uxc to b* levied In Ih* Count Bchool, by Ih* known ao SMUOOJ II ond auction J1 .Z." :,' 11 .515 eff55 .r.$ ...
.... ._..... mathus. end oik*** t. bMUd tb ud uu. Cu..1,. Cunty board ha and Iba Mm* la b.bSgt to JaWahall .oravra aaid Flrat Tuada v .
aEpAlalIeU .. .. u. .
S 4- is. 51.0 CLOCK mS JCW .05.54 boo |herieri t* Ih* aaj of *ovrnfOUHt Vchool Dlelrlcta peeul T*. *.he Olo.trtet. k.* aubmlttool to tho *.loet.._ f tho to JanuaryT ll7ahall
7 i So rtiS 501Wi p... m0oS 005W 5010k.i5Iu.rnbs. .z.c .S '_ .. &It. _ .= HuntctpoUtMra.;: fa tho SUM of riot. ,do lor ratlfleau .0hoPOssd070Uoth.0 bo- appolntfnonl by SbWDoom.
Wots' : .551 55.55.05 ... 5050 .. 0.. mon 5550rn'5.r LoiUlahire ahell at .... teelaratlv iartlon at tho Gnoral BkNflHM t* :. b"
l 5' ou .. 555,55550 II _.. ... ..... SeeMon In I.*> and Urn to h ul .. ...ho ..0
Is. tlxs _.tuIs. tool. 'etoassos. .".. .. SO.. ,5510..10OS'sd. 0.10 sadie .... sew. lri oto tlm ...__.moot ..*. to toho .fltonlr Monday hi Novombor, 1I4S. us follow: '. .. c
.15. is-eS J ohm Sd u'e.e ua. sod 0555 sod 0.15155. 555500 OW loG .505 505ue : after approval by INs .lector eda.ld SECTION M. I. Front .50 aflor Jaofury "T'-
I tso.o'.pi. : .
v'---- IsiOas 54 oslas ulUI. flips 050 .....M. 005550055. County M referendum eelled, torthat t, l.s.. Iho cT... A_ hi1ho
.... 50 M. I 1.1.
005 .
51. sod 'o IIss.skilt' n. .. .
-V Oh. 0 .. purpoa oporUyln th* bowore fun* Covnr* 04 Vohaala, Statox of Florldaiahaa ., ., _
ISo 0.550 .5'mcd05 5055 555. o
m*. ;b ease. .taso Pc5O'eSY. ... _11' -- sal,, *,tis. inn onenpenaatkin, of Countydelmate ) 5455 loll proyorty lor ....., 57155.4 mid .051'..
554555 .. vs A..o5, -
.. -
0515.40u0. laauoal- ii'inalar' .ha* JOINT RC OtimOM NO. lit of thla MctMl 11. arj ehall Intewlee. pro.U to b* krrtod to tn* County ky aha Stau, c-
ru. WHhla, net ta> A JoUst OLUTION FMnoeln anAmndment by taw far .... aKtenalon on Ih* 4>nnty County p hoal Board. SchoolDlaWcta Jn : I '
f peraM. *wvalry M eatlo. I M Article XVUM aiMe nan, IOU of the County. T.. Aeuee, ., ipootol Tan llhul DMrtoMnd .
uscrowlab' ::c.t''U": laial todlolOSthS5lMSWJb05d5.041S5.4 'e* ef levied by the *tau, M"nrdpalHIoa.E ."' ==
w7 Aa.ap.dmaa wf *aht Coax tr. *ri Board, Scfceejl = Too Uslalatur. Mialt M Hat LslalaUv "
St it Jewel rs'I :' :. sO SoS'= "*. School PeUrlcU net 55m150 JO 1555 ... p05.5 i0., 05 IH nsTWONT WKKItCOa I t:
1mw o5 lbs !i"iT imnrLA.TV1S 51.5. UMrooftor owsI ..... _5l.s ... hrounlo '
.... .. _. RKtanLVEO. It'l TH UI an* hood and afftlaad '
: -" tax la* end pajinaait Ih. prtodpal OF Too STAT OF FUMIIDMTbeA % 54. i !: : sod Sf1., 455.5.7 5.05.5. ", duuolttcai 554 -- Oroal. *.! of Ih* *.... M Florid us rah
sc.ola aoht
: 9 Av.4 Wtaroot 001 a.m.'aiun baaanaa 4.50 a*, 1, 555. *54 :: Too CoIlocSw 55thu of County TM -: "" loS _* C..1 .too IM da* of
IL la'u: pla.0 **r o0 a. ako MMtoel ru'7''e-.. Cso..5p s5 511100, Lnl.. _.. of tai Pirwrnpk. 1 of thkl'soajiaal: loondrtlona 0. Av OKA'
fcrrtad tn*
51.A't iSuusvnV (f JLw Dhor Building) 1 salE ar.lp.Tae4.-'II obaM wIll's b* ... ,-'J o* 05 -, .ilMto. W bbf *!.. .rtotea. rolaUnd 50,05.a ....... 011 lsoW4 10 .ahU bkowlao prrlo .ky tow km .. ".D' o.w,2wr 00 1j.

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ClIurllt, '' I The United States has 152 nr-. : Hohe Sound New (Jessie Griffin Sirs Mamie Til- and George Quigley John Man ,LEGION ACXIUART I
II I. '"
,,1 II I I ,.,, AF,,FIOAITI 1'.It"I, tonal forests that Cover a total ton made the centerpiece! a beau- cho Jack Carpender.
,\ : I i S' I I' xrn Jh ".101 : tlful birthday cake decorated Shaw, Mr and Mrs. K.: J Arnold BOR DAYEKS
ot land.
',' I. JhlI. 6rn5 .1'n\ h. of '180000000 acres FRED BR&1WEE& with pink and blue Jorte.me. Mr. and Mrs Dan Shaw. Mrs Harold Johns Post tl2, American
'''IFAGS ;tl\!( Dots and "Happy Birthday Fred A. 8 Stanley and Archie Brown- i Legion and 'Its Auxiliarywill
I'' dy" written across the center lee hold a Joint covered-dish v
Qamei were played and Ice Mrs Thomas Brodrtck Mrs. supper meeting at post headquarter l

r i CENTRAL MARKS; i IS ENTERTAINED Xlrs cream Andrew and cake Letter*as Sharon wired and to Russell Brodrick Allabaugh.and daughter Mra, Arthur Marie 7 p m.* on Sept East 10 5th\The St startingat women FRI T s

Dee Dee, Eue AnnHciden, Jack arid Adalr Mahan spent Thuri- AN
the drinks The post
'I I i1 MEAT ON BIRTHDAYBy Davis, Annette and toddy Hillman day la West Palm Beach. will distuned l furnish: hurricane preparations
'' j : ,Evelyn and Richard MeOee. Miss June Audrey Bowden arrived and the national convention -
CUD ; P ODUCE and GROCERIES Lois Black Olorta and Sandy home Sunday after spending In Miami next month at cLpsMONDA
AT V' 1 f" ::1 i MARIE BRODRICK. Martotti\ ,Artie Ondich Mra Anna five weeks at the band campIn Its meeting Friday right
Hart Rita Alberta
Ortega and
\ Fred BroVnlee was entertainedby Tallahassee
V ..pan'i"Ad J . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED I bill parent on his 4th bIrth. Eugene!: Griffin and Mra. MamieTUtott A Brownie will celebrate his aUILDING PERMITS ;d ',
(,1',1:' 'I 2nd and AVron JOIJ Brooks day anniversary at the home at Nth birthday tomorrow fat Hnr M FhllllM. S.Ip.iMMPee .
Palm ( ,, I his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs. E. 3. Arnold and Mr and Mrs. Dan Shaw and Mtvlil.m. Lot N. Slink> 4 MAXWELL\10USE
Mock raldtiiM 1 fU"
WIth -:! ,-I : ::re& Jean rutted' Mr and, son Harold, John Mancho, and Hlncl.lr' IMMJnc C Jacllltsibly j, J Quigley Sunday In Salerno Mrs A 8. Stanley and daughter, ..,.:1. ::.,.,. K>r,. i" e 'I m"'ck 5 itnull>" of r. I Ie
dinner Tuesday, ... b.
Sarah Mae
,q I ** tut lot.uot. .d IM-tcokum
:- "I' MARVEL Mri Nora Lee Eden and son, evening with Mr. and Mrs. O D.II .
555555 pr.Art.IIeo: :
etrl Ernest, of Fort Pierce visitedThursday i "'* ComMW PoUJ -.
'' In Salerno .. .
: /!1 { SANDWICH 1 Quigley i SufaH.nfcni Lot S Uhwk. K M.uILUO VELV
j % with Mr and Mrs' Mr, and Mrs Edward Anstls,, .f thm t Ott ..1.l ihmiinunht .
i"", George Brownie, f.. .......,.* fend rK.leua pro _
: BREA TH OST CO LETE Mrs:: Dan Shaw entertained at and children of West Palm Beach 4urtl.. |4.10* ClTV,CLUB7 EET MIXED
;\\\1'' visited Sunday with Mr and,I t J* Ouj trim. MrthuuM lubdlrlilom.Lot .. .
I I : "i4>f/j'/\,{ J,: l Ijf/' 11,. Ib. RETAIL D WH LEALEM Jupiter a party Aug It.:25...on a the goingawaypartyfor beach at Mrs James Black. 1. I.. Klock d .br",II sodium't. fur n.la.to fTfHM.. ... fill t.nirvutlnn ,

i' ili'' \\6 ; Leaf 18'33c her piece, Sarah, Mae Mr and Mrs. Jessie Griffin e.bdl.Ik.tor. Aflwtam. of Kltrhlni.Oil. CtnnpMny BulKll.t.ton. .e4.eb'. .......-. PICKLESM 23"c
.. .
,Stanley, of Urbana, Ill,, rah, visited Saturday afternoon with 14._Block S. IniullitkM of I .0. STYLE "--.,
3 ;''.' ( has spent the summer here with Mr and Mrs,, A. J.; Johnson in t.1.. ..........iankt.. u.fur 1l(u-mum.04 pkrUuW \
.I' i 'r- THE PA EACHES1110KEECMO 'them A wiener roast and picnic Saleroom. 2 ,
2 :
: JANE PARKER Mrs. A. S. Stanley and daughter CORN 2Sc
I ROAD, lunch was enjoyed by Adalr Ma Mary of Stua and the 6t. c
5- Mancho
E CARMEL PECAr Sarah Mae John
.I t tI' I -I han Jean Arnold Marie Brod- '
PHONE I I Dan Shaw, Onges here ISLAND -
and his mother Mrs LONG
tick Sarah Mae Stanley Jessie
Mr and Mrs Donald Coleman
ROLLS pkf ... -- --'- I left Friday tor South Bend, Ind.
,J i the birth ot a '
J her announce
I 4 *l I14NIX f'".II I I I Mri Bhaw will stay with POTATJESWESTERN 01bs 41c
f' son,8 Ib.:S.os. His name Is David
//i : j, MARVEL I II SALES S.e Us For I sister expects, Mrs to .enter W. t a. hospital Garner there She Marvin Mrs ColeMan is the I CHUCK _
\ JANE PARKER former'Virginia Crowe, This Is:
i The rest of the
I HAMBURGER BUN & and i tor an operation. ,
,,,\ OR HOT DOG I D O N I// T S I 4 = F Repairs I party Urbana'will,return 111 to. their homeIn their Mr second and Mrs child O D. Quigley and I ROAST ,w _. 63cSMMKMEATY

:\ ROLLS pk?. 1 lie Plain, doz, .I. .17c I 1 1I I SERVIC Part I Mrs John Ortega and children family visited here Sunday -- --
: Heck and
Mr and Mrs James t
: I : Diane Rita and John Jr., :
I arrived Sunday tpr the win- children, .Douglas, Scuttle and I
; Three Delicious 4 Iffees to Suit Aly Taste RNOLD BVLUERSt. :,ter.I here David, ot Miami visited, Sunday j SPARERIBS- 59c
\ MlM; lean Beaeham has returned with Mr and Mrs Andrew Les ..
I ; I .. .
: ,
LuciJBoulev.rd PhV and later --
'I\fr i H2-W to her home In Orlando ter. plane Douglas ASSORTED
I i with her sister;''*ent W Miami wltb them to Visit'
1'" ," 3 O'CLOCK lED OKAR utter visiting tor a week with relatives i
\ 59c
f L -- I COLD
$)"t'h, !RI 1 lb._Ug 40c COtCLE 1 bag 4Sc I ij I --,.
'J; j
; I 3 lb. bag $1.15 2 MA bags 95e 3JL bag $1.29
,: : '' 1 nBA I Ib.. .
: A i P FANCY, ALL CRlEN j Our First! Six Montha I InX. NEXT MONDAY i
f ASPARAGUS SPMRS f 45CANN Business with Bargains for LABOR DAY nthony's& omy Market
I You Six months ago we YOU NEED FRIDAY AV 300 SO. AKRON AVE" SWART.FU
opened to the people of Mar. YOUR
tin County store filled with PHONE 143 FOJTFREE' DELIV&Y4U
I pt. \ quality foods Your responseto

it our effort i Is highly ap ,Wjf ..,-, -- --
OWN An] Page -
preciated.: Let us continue: to
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DINE and DANCF1' EAVES OF ABSENCE 1'| Salerno; Civic Association f&E3OC f G& Hold 3-Day PRESENT PETITIONTwo & imports) of pulpwood, \. i ,

/IN COOL COMFORT ATE Tallahassee: \ ) school I teacher House Party board meetings are scheduled wood pulp and newsprint Increased J..b J.
who is' reserve: officer in the =S30E By GLADYS R PERRY aoc: =S SaoBl: at the court hojise Tuesday. substantially In the first : '"

aVmed\ services; Is enticed) l to.I ,. The County Commission will : months of 1943 over corre.= :' s
MOUR'5 The mother-daughter banquet "
I N The big news for the association I 2 >Each person will register 1
leave ol I : S ,Imports in the !tree. ,
absence with pay when was, that after.ji the mlsglvlogt upon eateiflng! and leaving the highlighted the three-day house meet at p.m and the School spending I
called to active duty for training I about President Charles: party held Monday through yes Board at 7:30, half of 1947, the Department of f\ ..
One o he Coolest Spot on Cast act during the 10 months' period of' Conrad condition be has become building, and during!: the Intervening terday morning by the OAs at :At the commlaalpas session Commerce announced, today' :' '.,
TTY, DELICIOUS FOOD service required of teacher. Attorney well epough to' return tint shall opt leave the: the Phillip\ Bldg\ at\ the Baptist last week a petition signed by through the Office of Internaltlonal ,
Mix Drinks-Beer on Draf General J, Tom Watson home The whole town as well Immediate vicinity( 9!' the building Church.Mrs" It Jensen Beach residents was' Trade. :: \
has ruled. as tbe association members, rejoice : Wilson,McClure preparedthe presented tiring ((1)) a new bridge _______ I !
HEAR NE ON THE SOLOVX' Watson explained that, all \fo. In his Improvement and extend '3. Any Person found abusingor dinner tot the banquet which be built there, (2> the contract : '
Seers or employee of the State, sincere! 'wishes to him for a was given tn the annex Tuesday the proposed new dravspan The petition signer Included \
STEA and SEAFOOD or of the several counties or municipalities continued and speedy recovery. j destroying any part. of the evening Mri Maxwell waa toast- be rl let'this year, ,O) State Road Fred C Murdock Charles L. Gay ,'I '
of the\ States who are Vice-President ,Jack 8aunder-{ building or Its furnishings shall master and Mri Ed Burgess and AlA be,rebuilt and hardsurfaced J. J. Pltchford, A. J. White, JJ .
OUB SPECIALTY commissioned reserve officers, son stressed vital. needs to>betaken be temporarily: expelled from the Miss Mary Melle Burgess gave on the island from the north Pltchford. Jr., Warner B. Til- I
n Beach sEYibuR GIDEON are entitled to leave of absencenot care of Immediately, inasmuch 'building or from taking part in talks\ Mr*. Ronald Crow and county line to the bridge east ,,ton, Jr, H. B Quinn, H. H. Hoke, j
Owner to exceed 17 days la. any one as the storm season ,Is activities therein MM! Pam Cross tang a duet end ((4)) a. bridge be built from J. S. Mlchaelson. H. S, Gideon, '"
On the BeAtiful Indian Mirer annual period without loss of upon, ua, and named a disaster 4. There shall, be two chaperones Living for Jesu. *." Mrs ,A. & I the mainland to Bewails Point I E. ,J. Ward, L. H. Jennings, B. a.
pay, while they are assigned to committee and a substitute com- la charge of the building Blair gave a reading and a 'toastto and ((5)) the Bewails Point road Robertson, Langley: .Robertson
active duty pursuant to their mittee to stand by In case of each Youth Night the mothers was made by Miss. be rebuilt to connect this bridgewith W L. ,Fredrickiten and W, A: ,
commissions. Enlisted men who emergency He enumerated many Mrs. Mary Chandler reported Evelyn ,Reitz. Jensen Beach PalmerLINTONE .
are members of the National details to- be taken care of, and cooperation In the cleaning ot During the houseparty, the --- --- -----
Guard and are called Into trainIng requested a work party of the the two Salerno parks. The girls had a study course of the ,
VING M Tffl COUNTY are provided for In a similar jnen of the association be called members of her committee were book "The Lite Beautiful" With
provision of the statutes. Watson for Saturday afternoon to take Mre. Josephine, Putnam, Mrs Mr*.:3 C. Anthony, Jr. Mrs Wal WAi j
IT'H' ACo declared. care of these Jobs. Mrs, Mortensen Pendarvls and Charles Davis ton Park and Mrs. Blair asteachers. 1 -
always faithful to serve The association gave them a rising Mrs, Cross led the pro t's Sprayed Into AU Crack and Crevic/s/ ;
to P* ;y Line lllllllMmilllmUllllimillllljflUmillllDRESSMAKING 1 \ the men who are at work with! vote of thanks.8aunderson gram at the campfire service I Of Your Car i
erie4 In Jensen ; refreshments I welcomed as visitors and Mre O. I* Edenfteld gave a 1
ch and ALTERATIONS' Mrs Miller was hostess at a Mr. Dreyfiua, a New York talk at the morning watch. The] MOTO-SWAY ;'c
on Tuesdays, "IIL... ... small but enjoyable card party commissioner, and Mrs Mont members of the circle ol the, YOUR CAlI CULFUXEn WHILE 'N MOTION I ITH&
ThurAaya and Saturdays, I (04 on Thursday !evening! The night gomery,'also of New York The 1 church prepared the meals for MODERN METHOD OF LUalllCATlOII '
hie Arc a d has been changed from Friday association also was pleased With i the girls ,.. An I....... .. l.. < TH. N... M.lk.J.
Toc 11TLAN' Ava since Youth Night bas been the sample of new chairs that Those attending the house ,
/ CRA AiiiiiitoiiitillHiiiiiiiiJmiiiMiiiiiiiniLIDAY I I II established as a weekly event on will be purchased from Rowel! party with their counselprt Pat StuWt Service Station
Fridays. Furniture Company of Stuart. Sullivan, Elaine Ulmer, Ellen: ,
PASTEURIJEDHOMOTCNIZ LK A temporary set of rules have In conclusion Saunderson urged Rowell and Mary Melle Burgess w a RBI* M.r, CULT raoDucrs"JOE Fe-. lies
been compiled< and posted In the that In case of hurricane, the were Evelyn Salts Betty Huff' 1
Salerno Civic Center as follow Salerno Civic Center la the accepted Polly Rice, Mary Alice DeLoach, _
VlTAMlJ D MI A S 1. The CUlo Center shall be shelter for all whites, and Joyce Edentleld, Pam Cross Patty
I open from 7,30 to 10:30: every all members should be op the : and Mary Berry, Jacqueline
COFF CREAMWHIP Friday evening which la to be alert to help if called upon by Coleman, Emma Ruth Donald I }
1 s- set aside. Youth Night any of the disaster committee. son, Cora Koonce, Mary Lois p '
G CREA nhnUnn.h.....' Campbell, Mary Jane Rowell and I MOSLEYPLUMBING +
..TCO iiiiuiiimiiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuuimimiiiimimiiiii/ I iimiiiiMimmi Jo Ann Kilgour. I IJaycees

SO GE CREAM CHEESE'BU Veterans News Review Selling I : I I'I't

A. Contact Officer _
JotIt'phto Gum v.
R AND EGGS Efficient Service All Work Guaranteed
Prompt, --
At office of ft R Xowery, Jr West Palm Beach Headquarters
B a,m.-. p,m, Friday 713 Comeau Bldg. Booster Tags NIGHT OR D Y t

FROM OBR TRUCKS MiHUIIIIIIIlllliimilillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllCI 1
OR 1'OURFAVORI Hr. Booster tags Inscribed "Stuart, Just Phonef 246
GROCER LOANS Administration 712 Com e a u Fla, Sailfish Capital of the
Bldg, West Palm Beach for World" suitable for attaching to
Close to 95,000 World War E complete information on their auto license plates were put on uiiiwiiiuuiiiiiMiiiiiiiituimiiumuiiMimiiuijfiiuimimiiumiim iiiiiuiMiiI I
T'S DAURY veterans took out O{ buslpesi GI Insurance Or, It you have sale here last week through the L;
loans up to June 1st, the Veterans some personal Insurance prob- Junior of Commerce I' 1
P. O. BOX 1042, STUART Administration Informs\ ua, lem or squabble with VA bout, The chamber: : made :of: pliable I "BECKER'S" = I I'g
and they have used their loans the way your account is being metal with an enamel paint
I In nearly every possible type of handled, let us know and well coating and the visible I part ot I 3 Miles Worth of Stua/t t on U. S. 1
small business Only 1 In every do everything within reason to them measures 9'2 by 4 I In The \\.II.IIHot
27 business loans baa resulted In get you satisfied lettering Is in red and blue on
default On the other hand, I | DELICIOUS FROZEN CUSTARDS | Z
white background centered
s! ea----ess Oa-sse e/ es1 rasseeWrn -- -- a
d ,cut of every S veterans who obtained Questions regarding veterans around a leaping sailflsh In blue. I
o4 / 01 business loans has repaid hospitalization and home-town The tags are 79 cents each and | Dogs 4 Hamburgers Sandwiches ,
Agy. Q his loan in full More than treatment asked by servicemenare be secured at Kings! Pure "
I If.000 have been paid up given authoritative answersby Oil Service Station or from any I Cold Drinks t. CoffeA Milk Shakes |
to the tune of $15500000 In the Veterans\ Administration.This Jaycee. 'In both eases screw 3
'OPENilll A, M loll P, MniiimiimMiiuMiimiiMimmliimmuUmiiuijiiiii'iiimiiiiiiiiiiiii.
guaranty commitments column Is published by The and washer will be furnishedand
LENDERS MAKE GI LOANS Stuart News as a service to our King has offered to attach I iiiiiiiiiiiii Z
Total amount of loans granted veterans the tag for anyone stopping to I
1 I,to veterans by June 1 was more Q.-If I apply for hospitalization have it done at his station RalphW I a::
than $302000000. Insured portions ; how long will I have to wait Hartman Jr.. Is in charge.cf Under New Mmaeement
1 1g by: VA totaled $115,0000,.I before I am admitted to a VA the, sties.NAVAL : i
000. In making public Its June hospital? D1STR CTSIUfT,* "'
I I' A..It have service-con
I loan figures. VA again pointed you Consolidation of the entire "BY JINGO"JENUN
I cm' that eligible veterans must nected disability you do not haveto Southeast Into the 6th) Naval District
obtain Ol loans from public or wait to receive hospitalization with headquarters at Naval BEACH
private. lenders and not from VA. If your disability: U non-service-, Base 8. C..became effective yesterday ;
connected but 1s an emergency
The 7th District which
OlESTIONS TO VETS NEWS you are admitted Immediately.Nonserviceconnected .
of Florida
Has composed
/ I'f/CENQfOtKi// Our first question comes froma ailments thereby Is eliminated I
veteran In Stuart, Fla., who la that do not require emergency

writes disabled: "I from would World like War to know U. lie. treatment bed, .h available have ,to and wait the CONSUMPTION OF bureau FUEL of the VERAGLS i ,1

ODS CELEDRPL D VALUES I can be given a statement of varies vice-connected at each hospital.veterans Non time a1 State The Department Inspection of Agriculture I !
a my disability
: reports 203602 gal of gasolineand CRRRi
Answering this veteran question must sign statements that they fE A LINE OF
of kerosene were
13083 gal.
.BIG -u t.-/-e. 3 BIG I can'say that Information cannot afford to pay for treat consumed In Martin County. : durIng P/emiiam Beers t.
from his case folder regarding ment eLsewhere. .
his disability: may be furnishedhim July I Pabst Blue Rit&on On Draught
HYSEPT.- Q.-May I go to my own doctor' ".' I
when In the Judgment of, Choic Wines
P1 LY I 1mY the VA It would not be harmful (for treatment of my disabilityand able to provide treatment In Its I ; I
SEPT. S to his physical or* mental health. have the Veterans Admin- own hospitals or clinics; ((31 I'' IN I\'E R S .. \ '
,His private physician may obtain istration pay the bill? 'travel to a VA station would '
3-4 2-3-4 i, from VA, upon written request A. Only If you receive prior work a" hardship on you. In Holland Cold Platters ; i fro f-
any Information concern-I VA approval;; for such treatmentor emergency: cases, A veteran may I Tasjy Dehcioual Sandwiches
,ing this case which the physician care. Approval la based on apply to the nearest physicianand I 1
fora-Page/Color Price List may require to treat him. l tbe following conditions: (1)) you have the physician notify j!i 'BY MSME' M
sk at Store Veterans who have service must\ have a service-connected the VA regional office having For! ;: I 11:1

connected disabilities should always disability. I ; (.2))_ VA. must\ not be _'Jurisdiction_over tIer_ a.__ II TIME : !I \
have proof of their person GOOD FOOD GOOD DRIf CS and A GOOD '

i of their service connected all
ments for emergency treatments '
I We have known treatment to be =. WHITICAR'lg JliVGO"Jensen "
delayed because the veteran "Bf
could not readily produce evidence -

nnouncing ability: of, a service connected die I g +-S E BOAT' BAS c MABEL ELCASKEY. Mgr, ) I

Next comes a question ot vital WEST LAKE OFF INDIAN AVt. PO SEW ALL _. _____ __--. Y if
concern to thousands of veter-
4e '
,ans carrying \\vnatlonal service MARINE, RAILWAY I
JENSEN BEACH'S GROCERY t !life Insurance This Veteran BOATBUILDING REPAIRS /STORAGE ,.......... ,,1
writes: "I'd like to Change! the
4 ;beneficiary on my OU Insurance G. C. (\rt) WHITICAR, BfopP .
Can I do this without notifying O Box 1144 StuTlt, Fla. / Phone 118-R \\1/el ,
my present beneficiary?
Yes 'any veteran continuing In I
HENSLM'S force his Government insurance : 'If-t ,
L N ,\ ,
may change the beneficiary or Foi ICCASIONSCUT MqWGR
'beneficiaries at any time with FLOWERS i f. .
:out notifying! anyone of the
l Change He may choose any person 1 CORSAj S CUT FLOWERS j Fast! SmootA Light! I
1 TINE NEW AND MODERN GROCERY TO MEET whether a relative or not, FEMENTS I "
to receive the proceeds of his FLORAL ARF

c cI
Many veterans are carrying \ ,. ,
I IN TH STATE OF t h 11 r Government Insurance f -
[GROWING COMMUNITIES | without realizing'the full valueof I FLO GIFT SHOP a Twin Cylmifci G veteransdo
their purchase. Many
LORIDA.c not know that Insurance can I Adjustable Clnifl] Height 1 1S t
now be paid In a lump sum settlement Arcade BIdE, 5th St., Ft Ji ieroe Phon. 310-J '
Many do not realize Wheels poiitNVed t* prevent ; 1

c C/MLETE LINE OF that their'they beneficiary can name Old anyone restrictions as scolping 1 !\ ', I

j' have been lifted and the Overljpumrter C C LAST TO OfVATE ir i
Groceri Meats Vegetable and have Government Is really Insurance a streamlined they: now policy I.. Dependable Courteous Ceneur *Florida -' Tod col 4s 1 i i 1

that will fit their peace-time ,Service E pef nce ONLY
( needs I can only encourage veteran
1l Foods'HO to write to the Veterans Wit*
J Frozen Abstract : Title Insurance o.e $99.50 F
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.j'.j'I'j III DODGERS WiN< 13.12 Vets to 'GetA11Equipment SOUTH IFI...'rUHYirM Lu+ MM| Ml) WILDLIF

I: :,' ( Sailfishers Defeat All-Stars to End Season OVER ,LAUDERDALE RTIJART I.1NdRNr.?: ,1. ,PoO. 'OaL '

,6 i r'I 'The Stuart Dodgers racked up 5pynbnd nrK ,511C I,
ILl I ii"" Victory No. 15 this summer when .k''W".r"t; ; : : :::: t
CHAMPIONS FOR A,3RD STRAIGHT SEASON they edged out Fort Lauderdale ii r a
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( 13-13 l at Little' Dixie Park Sunday 4i.I" I i ip.p.to The 1948
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i ARNOLD HURLS2OECISION rn7id afternoon.Though hit freely; On 'Monday "r L AId; u.wr. 1n1trtalorf Itd
i Otto Gilbert went the dl PACE S1UAMT:: *, SfCQL l 1AH-Sl.r. I.
T ;, 4' for Stuart to gain the decision President Truman and
5-2 2 I The'Dodgers have lost 10, by thetertor
CL1DATV 1 :1II'1 Even now in two starts againstthe The Stuart Veteran football Interested: partlUpant( 1 I.a. urged Deonrtmenl,e} U.

I ;1 I Olants Stuart will play. them tram tomorrow will conclude: two to report at 15.30: p.m. Monday reflect betur
ment of
If I twice again here this week end week of light tuneup 'practice to checkout tear To date only Wildlife .aterfowl relpym
Adspan. : it !' t HERE Both the Sunday game and the session during which' 18 players shoe have been issued. stated Managelllent liw.
I + s', I 'holiday clash Monday will start have reported and at least three today. In tUl'Ulerll
"t"' r assured for
"y \ ,' at ):30BOAT.. more now out of town are ex Eight, games are bJ ystte 111.
Palm f,1' \ \ 'i' Stuart three; .tim, (nutty\ J---- peeled wlthlri two weeks the teem/ And three more likely. 11 .. gy..
WltW : 'i : }p (tadel' League l'ham1'111! \ I RACES' SLATEDIN Coaches Forrest Farauson and will tie secured to,equal the humPier Wildlife Service hu

t ",
ly } jll' ,1.1\I,il\ ballK! Sunday artC'rIHIj"1 .tit.., full equipment I at Monday'4 practice during I oath : different sections: ?
f Other teains being considered country as dt termin I
A series of six outboard mow to Initiate the third sect .,
11615 ft'tlosinu flouri h to defeat torboat races divided accordingW when scrimmaging and, rilrmlncof fw" name*,Include Okeechobee, most extensive temui pw.
':':\ Ifigu-/: all-Mar aggPl'IL"""?" Dclray Beach and Endlcott, N Y ever conducted.. :
will be Exery
; horscoower" sponsoredl, l plays will ps parted: : .:.. "
: '' ?' :' 6';;! (In t the prank: 5lh,( St" din i a a by. the Pelican Yacht flub;: of l I -, ..,- :

f ITiwiJ, \ htro r ., Fort pierce on,, the Causeway I II II
: :, .. The triumph ran the btfin 6-i, f Jd.g I leading to, the 'south beach :at
: frs' stroLL! to RIP gamins lull\ !' fort 'starting .t'I:30'' : p.m.j .', COME IN AND VISIT WITH', US

i 1 I:'i, : .; sieve! them <4 season rw 'iri at< { Sunday I
lit win salnst 7 defeat\; 'ThriJeacue for all
\ Clauses! are planned
3 ,'I" '.
'" ,,'I ,, / ,I ( mark' was l't..i types and sires of motors and :
r \, Jesse Arnold Jr see or l i hSUiart w4vftfI I prUes will be awarded In' cash iDEALSPORT sflOFI
f' pitching" nuiff. nssui 1 t thUnals race. Entries already have been'

\ } .:l; & limited the visit r-i. must' received from Melbourne. Cocoa :

of whom were late.! Worth t\111, and Fort Pierce.and many more SPORTING GOOD/
I 'rl : '1 I s i members. to eight hits and' fanned lI.ook.Ph.w from this area are expected vhls' THE COMPLETE STORE

I i li, \ seven In posting' his nth ,win i iOf II" '>11i.1I1, ,, I tdilfislx.ni m.iiiagcd by Fue Cliitt Franck! Yanke Uiltwms, tmujon Kramer. week, Martin County boat owners -i;'

\; : II"l w'I the year. He galtled' strikt- lulu| N Mm", standing far right( ) beer woo Turn Evelyn Harris f II Lpwery, Jr. J J. W Toiler, who are Interested should !I ANNOUNCING I
out No. 100 when he whiffed Bob
t I Ij\; \ contact E. S Nance at 100 South'2nd
Cliiilm B Hill!. I"nnSt.\ and WarrenSnipes
,I Hotchklss! to open 'U\e' tth., In- .hru I thlld I ''' -c-ifv\K( pennant In the !Hmi-pro / Oige Fort Pierce '
St. In
; ; .:, bins and finished the game with Vill, fknda, (,it-Clulel League They tknrtlli Jr. I standing() Nick Hourly. Wllll.ml Berry, The first race will be for 5 hpl I THE ARRIVAL OF OUR FISHIN TACKLE

fJ! tt season, total of 101, However. !,,'.it 2Vjuiit! whnluli against t hand-pifkid (turn Ravmtitid lliilsk-/ \ ), )Joac "iti'lngy' Arnold. }Jr.. motors and below, .nd'NUi; have I
\iI', !\ one of the hits he gave up featured -" I hum t two< otlmt league nu'mlwrs here Su day ulI I II HMO "Mi k" Arm,III. Gwirgc'! 'Old I.'olk," Crrf(- only 1 heat over 1 laps" 'The I REELS AITSIK.I

J J \ 1 the tnt when Dick Dtnni I III I ii',nw Th), siiUv[ )<''r'<', many of whom have [pldYl.01 l fin, Chlllil"> II. Km mashed 350-fi. honu run,OVPI', | CHUB
( a
11.111.11I5., 7 S hpmotors, 2 laps :2 heats PENN 109SHAKESPEARE
ill liner )earn. are fiats lift to right (seated) J"jlll>
i" ,\ {the left field wall about 30 ft I- At 2:15: p.m. 10 h.p, motors "1111| FR ARBOGAST'ON

'\\ '. Inside the foul Une I go in 1 heats over 2 laps. 18 hp SERVI '
i I '\ The box tconKtndnl : I 1948 SAILFISHERS' INDIVIDUAL MARKS Miscellaneous at 2:45: In 2 heats over 2 laps> DA SPECIALS

!\ ALL4TARS All II 11 1\(\ A \I. BATTING 22 hp at 3:15: In 1 heats over 2 '. PENN' SURFKALAMAZOO SO -H BEND
\ ';;" \ M why ab '. A u 0 4 0 e C AS II H to A t I" FA [laps and any type boat and mo.I -
1',1,1Y. \. wits.q'iv.a p (4..14. SUbs C.' x 1 i I ,' I / 1 Lass luau Individual I tot In a free-for-all" at J:45In PFLEUGERS
t Hllir:' f.f.i. i NAkyls, :: ; t ti-i 1 i i i.. Hull Kinlrxl, UxuflM, CUrlto R,M. II K 1/41 l II I 'I IT,I II It iJ Sft i ?507 a7s .911 II 1 heat over J laps. DriversOFFICIALS
lyre. th I 0 a Y r I IIsNle4St. I 00 II It K I 4 ,55
,\ .:'" ;\ \. '.. .1' 1 5 I 0 h IrH !,.'W Og',>" 'Ntnid OiMfd' K? Jr: :4 14 It 19 1* St f :m 905S6i1w. Records ) COACHES j jI SPECIAL--Real' I Bprma fcutta Poles . $$11
I aktN." If a n 1 p 0 I '. .. G Wsrrs0.. J,. u.. 'It SO II. u u .111. 5b1 1948 ,
: ;: "Is'An1r.r 1 I I Y I 4. Cola.",.. Emeoeu: S 11' I 1 1 1 I .... .,57ArnsI ATTEND RULES CLINIC
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r Ship l 10. bom, t. I Arnold t II State school football
/ R XIt.MOert' i "lit. 40... J, It 74 II IT 45 n 5 .un .70 of a high Reel
't I II rf A/ eu n r krIys: Tb..... IS to 1 8 II It I .1106 .111 Dap11.11 9. Pmnoei I. Hss.rd I rules clinic at St. Lucie County\
N.e'r t010: :: :: 1 tllil 1 T 10plly / / .100 I. Kv.lyr I. Cr.h.m 1. willi..... 1. Hnrd!. School In Fort Saturday
M 5 I a 0 t 4 'i'l'hd:,:: 5 1 : 1 : : :Inn amp wick 8. Armor I 0 xn.1.s. 0. ghlpnTWO High Pierce
eelY, IkH 1 Ill'' >< NIb I9 14 1 II .1 d II .1" 5 .500 VASK KITS lowm 10. IArnoM Represented 'also were GRA
ArnnU: fr" : : 1 f 1 1 ; Howard, V, Kdd I KA 1 11 I I .I.n .... k. W. tin PM I. H/Ueler 4. H. schools in Melbourne, Okeecho- SHIRL
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B-..If> I.l Z 0 0 1 1 0I Mull,, ,6,69 Ii---- : ; : I : : : .Iq: 1.000: 1I..y., Gn65.1. The first session was at 4 p.m. EXPERIENCED CYCLE SERVICE N
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-- Ot" Han > I. I 1 I I I .00' 1004.emtr I I.nwvry Wi] Beatty from, here were Coaches' John
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Fhlsholm's Observes. 20th Anniversary. jl' :


'ANSION OF I "I =; Cafeteria's Growth Proves

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L Expended For _, Chisholm Cafeter 'on U, S. i in Stuart from a hamburger
$30,000 _
stand to modem air-conditioned c
Finis (ed a restaurant which ,
[New Unit x ll t haii fed more than 3,000,000 people 1 ptarted 20 yeara

Tl i. Summer + I ago by WillialT'; Chisholm, a genius in the restaurant line 4,

e I II I the businorts has (grown steadily-ami next Monday, Labor

_eons during the annlver -I It Day, hia wife and daughter will celebrate* the; 20th anniversary
event will, see the modernIon I of its founding by launching i week's anniversary
completed In June of Yidt j celebration, '
direction of A ikttt V 4
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There will be special menus i iI
Construction Co., Hobed ? ,
with/ I and events on f)1Uday;\ froth fJ' ,
general contractors MULTITUDE I
llllp Clark of West Palm OF Sept. 0 through Sunday, Sept 12, 1 \,4

j 1 as! architect Overall cost e I the program' being listed else- ''It, ; i

Fie improvement and new' 18US here on this page Mrs Chide '/ I J
h meat 'Is estimated at around TRAVELERSEAT A '
holm arid Betty Chisholm, who 1,,2:
r3 carried en the principles and f
Anally planned J.by William/ .
to!m. who( passed on before AT STUART standard ot the/ business' after 'f "I,, J. '
|Idea could be brought' to; Bill Chlfih\ < 1m's past/'Inft In February !it:( .,r

fe tinn, ,the ,expansion ,cornlut 1048, will be hostesses all t, ;ttI
< a large! it by 33-foot store Thousands From All Over I weekand will hold open house : 'i i :
1 'ud refrigeration room United States Dine for the '\ "
Lhas public- They are being 'F,
( been made for ah At Chisholm's showered with congratulations t 'al\
je and storage room for can- e3 3 I ,
,P ''and best wishes ,
Ipoods A modern mechanic- Chlsholms "feeds the multi. I
ttato peeler and meat saw' f lade From all over the United' The restaurant now ,serves : ',
Jh this first unit, Cminm PKotv States they come In giant Greyhound around/ 1000 persons a day and t
[ the entrance to the cold I afro Will ,n Oishilm. general nuiuipml' Crill; and !itartauruiit during ,I ipatial( AnnlersanWeekdiHrumoeiHxt busei From S to 10 a day this<< figure 1 U expected to Jump ( II

Li>e department Is the'new lay d.UI iJ( httllanl'i (Belly Cldllhnlm, .aociatnlt I; week starling Munday. ,Up! I discharge passengers for meals I Ii 1\0 sea-son.some 1,200 day In the winter ,I 'i I t.
gt the cafeteria,
j> tee machine describedI i
section I uic' ready 10 | the 20lh(; k-him! .vliu" clerk the' I Once patterned entirely on the I ,
I in this The manager O >.HT\C "nuI'ct- thru tit the (: Is daily \Villmm Cluslu 1m, who passed on n 1910, wa tl+e Inundet I't''l the The Florida Greyhound Lines. restaurant line, shortage of help t'

storage department! ,con- uii ,u'f the.. I in,,Ulnn uf CI'Ihulm'dld' I,-, i iI, OrU wind LIIW.S schedule] 1 fumed Stuart sting 's6rbluhment Mu d'eadetiagn. a'i,, to,',,., I formerly the Florida Motor Lines,I', during\ the war years and vplume .'\ l'I ',
i three separate units one stop for all three meals and the '
------ of business
caused of
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rirrei!! storage, room withal BUSES STOP FOR LUNCH AT CHISHOLM'S GRILL I cafeteria serves anywhere from ,,I the inter.state bus trade, caused t)I Ij
bins and wooden cabinets: GUESTS FILL CHISHOLMS DINING ROOM I 250 to 350 or even more people i! the ChHholm In 1945 to change '
vegetables eggs, etc, aIv a dav from these buses Uore ,
to the cafeteria form of -
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has been most succeoful I
r a cheese arc kept, and loads for breakfast, both south- : \,
[ below room for bound two buses, each in I "
den'i l'' zero ; two I They still specialize however in 'q) I
treeing and storing: all, sections for a total of four loads' I '
orders and I ,
many special are
'I, frozen: foods, j for lunch with one headed south S''
noted '
for their sizzling steaks
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\\f. wv'' set up saves tljne and, d I and the other north, and one ,, and southern! fried chicken j i 'i I
according to Betty Chlai double-section for supper, northbound I
I This Anniversary Celcbration ;
i end through keeping foods I :' said Mrs Chlsholii; "Ir. t.o l
Irttnentallied results l more I Supplementing! these are the i
express! our goodwill and friend- "
ate of :k on 1 chartered buses, the tour buses ,
checking ',I ship to the community, We hope \
and stocks needed f41 klw and occasionally a privatelyowned I! that as many ot! you as can will I'll I'llI 1 1I \
1 } s bus load of.hungry rider I
r' frpcZer Is of great value i I I drop by Inspect the many 1mprovcmcnts f ",
feeling savings through the Three \tour lines have made ,' made this summer I :
ha.'IeIf foods when they are It a habit to break bread at
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IM, and cheap, which,are iTemfmiifi// .Page Thirteen' ) 'our many modern additions:'
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I building the storage room' : Here's Special Program For I
less was made Itt which art

looking 1"u and facilities work; table,I range This, fry Isled I !Seven Day Anniversary Fete '\]

by a stainless steel baffled : : :
and fan to draw oft,feat, "
Jmp-: roper reM; tof waters there/ be seven big days of good food and special) :

are boused In a rear cub- feature In Chisholm's 20th Anniversary tvtnt On each

|of he addition."CHISHOLM. tii w diners 1.erlt server busy i ha the iluiinj. 'aon at Chuhhlin r I of these days the public IK invited to visit/ the kitchen) new ,
*" storage rooms and cafeteria set-up to see what makes/ a
furnished with wlrtrful A saiHuhtypK.ul
which recently was new drapo '
of( the thousands caught annually oil St iurl u mounted on successful restaurant tick," Not since its 12th anniver

j HORSEWOMAN thft rear wall ut left, C ar-( nn, A typical t noontime scene at Chill Am'* i* this Miami.bound while. tl .' Oil<' ,II I die kit i b headed I II.., sary ambitious eight and years'diversified ago has program the/restaurant: offered /Much an t

[I though l' farm they which no once longer supplied live one of three Greyhound Lines buses nailed in for.I. |.ntsmn! illo I, .MONDAY; SEPT. 6-"CUT A CAKE DAY" Cvcry I

llolms with fryer, fresh Flaked Ice Pours From New 1---front of,the....,cafeteria.Thu-+ ------right-hand- pair art L-U- ntjh,..-o- patron noon and night will received a slice of ,a giant ,
i and an abundance of rotes birthday cakeTUESDAY, i

|caused ation her with to be.the an outdoors ardent Machine at Ton a Day Rate 18 ON PAYROLLAT ROTARY CLUB Big ResponseGiven I Feeling that many parents may want to take the yottog I jl,

I folks out to a special dinner on the day school opens

lie k'woman still has two ,horses: .ftpesset .--- -- ------- .- Frosty ribbons of flaked ice CHISHOLM'S Rotary President Erwin F. Scraps I Chisholm's has set this day aside to feature special plate I .'
walking stud In which STEEL pour into Chlsholms freezer Johnwlck yesterday released a meals or children at half price-and free ut cream for
I has .ken part In message gf appreciation by the. all children ,
units parades, and,' cow USED FOR SANITATION room at the "rate Flak ot.Ice a"ton machine a day Personnel. Listed, Will Be club for services rendered it bY.Chisholm' Bags for Pets !I WEDNESDAY, SEPT 8-"ROTARY DAYS." Stuart .1
from a new ", It reads:
SupplementedThis I Rotary Club, except for one interruption during the war ; \
en' three yean old, :Betty I Ch.sholms! Is rapidly replacing was installed this spring Winter I TJhe Stuart Rotary Club wish- A novelty that has receivedtremendous has met t i I '
years regularly every Wednesday! at hisholm/ I
1 up plans for all equipment with stainless ex! .to express its sincere apprecla
college tel help steel 1.\1 A drum revolving In water in- response and literally i\
inlt believing this the kindnesses since the club was chartered, This week Chisholm's plans I +
Ch'holm, and she has "befflclent i tion for the.many and I
freezes the liquid which r Nearly as many Individuals I thousands of comments from I
ale busineuwomdo 'Sanitary and easiest to keep ; excellent service that the man- a /special surprise for the civic group! t
much of the buying clean material Final rinsing In is scraped off and falls through i "work together at Chftholras agement of Chisholm has given'to :ail I parts sacks are held the In little metal brown clip :, THURSDAY, SEPT. 9-"PUBLICITY DAY" Thousands \

hot Oiling: food cost control 1 the stainless steel dishwasher Is I a chute Into a specially built I! Drill as the establishment I Is the members of this club,Good : and paper placed in the center a of all of Stuart Fishing Guides and other publicity material f I In
old When the winter season -
m a well, as sharing In done aa temperature of 180 degrees concrete container: A regulator ,years the two figures food and cqurtesy such as only ;' tables at Chlsholms for diners I have been distributed by Chisholm. Thursday has been a ,)
comes again
r "xecutlve 'and 'pitching shuts it oft! hen It reaches the will be the same, Chisholm can provide la apleasant to take home scraps for their, set aside for a special display pf Stuart and Martin County. ''I
taak event each Wednesdaynoon
1 -------'-- I capacity of 4 the bin. i' Mrs William Chisholm has 17 The.Stuart Rotarians take i I pets I publicity matter, in cooperation with!} the Chamber of Commerce I ,

SHOLM MEMBER' GARBAGE DISPOSAL Quests during; Anniversary persons with her on the Grill this opportunity to convey 161 I! The Idea was conceived by Asslstant I ,

2 ASSOCIATIONS IS BIG FEATURE'There Week will be given opportunity payrolls. Heading this list is her Chisholm's their thanks for past Manager Betty Chisholm:I I FRIDAY, SEPT. FISIIERMFNS DAY. ,i ,
to view this machine in operation daughter, Marie Betty Chisholm, favprsSALVAGOR." and realized I starting last November cause Stuart is famous for fishing, Chisholm on thin 'f:
ilsholms belongs; and no outdoor whose official capacity is assistant I The bags have a grease i i
1.0" are' messy I proof lining and are furnished' will feature a special All-Seafood Dinner with hush Ut'f f 1
i nlze. the ethic of the Na- garbage cans. at ,.Chisholm All manager i SAVES adds-I I and the trimmings "
at In pies I
,11 1 Restaurant la especially separated When It was Installed Chlsrlolms The JO other white employes I readily no charge '
notto Is Good Assoclatlortw Food Is In garbage a mechanical whirl during the I was using 600 pounds of include!the Hayes sisters, Jeanette .,I DISHES AND CUTLERY lion, If a particular diner has I SATURDAY, SEPT. 11-"MARTIV COUNTY : ,
d Health It Is also a mem dish washing operationswhere Ice day They now use a ton who is in charge ot the .: no scraps upon .completion; of PITAL DAY," In recognition of the human needs met bY" E ,i I
steam tables and Rosemary who dont lose dishes, his meal Chisholm will furnish, the local' hospital, Chi holm's will donate 10 'i of all ,
1)1)' th' newly formed norl.llalUr..J11 it Is washed clean, then deposited I day at a production cost of tuefnJU I receipts t l'I I
a Leona Chase knives and forks and them upon request. I I I "j
< Association, of which In tight tans In .a special I I is the bookkeeper on thin day to the Institution. i, !
Set i In Chlsholra is a dlree-I closed room at the rear of the, $2.43 dally, and are enthusiasticsavings who. is ticket girl, Evelyn Woods, spoons at Chlsholms. The 8al- Sd great has been the response I SUNDAY, SEPT 12-''FAMII.Y ,DAY" Take her tout
.r new storage! .unit, I I over a server, Lillian Fridell,' salad vagor, a special dishwashing at- to this Idea, Mrs. Chisholm said, 1
woman, Marguerite Hand, cashier tachment, retrieves all such obJects I that about 30(1'( bags a month are, to dinner once a week" has been! a Chisholm} slogan} l I
WELL-PLANNED KITCHEN Daisy Rowell, pastry woman -keeping them from Being used and this average is on the for years! On this day the restaurant will serve an especially ; i '
CHISHOUVTS HAVE Ethel ;eCompte, in charge thrown out in the garbage Increase ( fine family dinner menu. j j I t i

of the drinks counter, Jack T
Adnet bus boy, and. Oeorge PART OF THE :STAFF AT CHISHOLM'S i' I Ii iwe
'f{ Archibald a server,
?. .', The halt-doaen Negroes employed I i I
as d h Include bus girls Hilda
Davis and Marie Bryant, dish f
washers ,Cora Ross and Movel
Bowman, chef George Ferguson I I
and second cook David Monroe
During the coming season Win 4
ifred Mead and Sally Thaxton' r
will supplement- the but 'i l
Mrs. Chisholm da probablymore j l

employee will be neededparticularly 1 f
sine Adnet is'' expected I ,
to attend theUniversity t I' : '
to resign
as of Florida l In Gainesville 1 ;

I Delicious rolla and pastry at
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fresh dally 4n a spe-lal bakery
department, which accounts for,
their tempting) goodness. t



A special stainless steel gas- x
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4- keeps'' Chisholm cafeteria,, foods -

''w em toy If in their dally w'hic91 wUll I ixs op.'Q to the puhlic l /'' 'Insfet3losl J111 I at Meats constant are kept degrees,at, HS of degrees heat,t Thirteen pf the J8 who woiV (together to turn out the fine foods and hoot are Miss Betty Cnbholm and W mother! Mr.. \\flliam! (( !

j'hw to the ey efJqIQt!life busily olean) fnSiIgI'd kJtc1e i,1lt '(Jihwh:til nest! creek) 0 rat lhMe tours at iy service at tbihqlrll) > W shown her sit the front prtvmg Jn center holm who manage the tittblislunent together\: casaasa"n.ew


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This restaurant has a tradition of which w re
proud.x Through the years, since'it wag started / ,
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William Chisholoi on,Labor Day 20 years ago, there 0 #r

has been one, guiding light- good food and good .. ...
service. /-
Bill. Chisholm! believed that every person had!! a
mission in life. "Ours," he said (as copied from out; 99
Twelfth, Anniversary Message in 1940))'--"i', to feed MONDAY, SEPT. 6 "Cut a Cake Day } R

the public.:! I.have always felt that if'w .do our part SHAfeE '
,by giving the'public good service:: and good''food, we
will succeed. The public which patronizes restaurantsis / I
entitled; to clean food prepared by clean people, >, SEPT.. 7 "Back to School Day ; "


Since,his passing,in 1946 we,have, cone'our 'best WEDNESDAY, SEPT.. jT ., Rotary Club' Day" = f iS j
fo carry oil that same tradition. We hope that N, \
have succeeded-and we want.you, our friends and A SPECIAL SURPRISE FOpUR OLD FRIENDS OF STUART ROTARY CLUB '* .

customers,to drop, by and visit us during t the,open :- i
house we will hold from. Monday Sept( 6 through THURSDAY, EP 9 '. "Pu b.((city Day 99' ;a 4 ,
Sunday, Sept. 12 whether you come' f for thq.food, ,.. 1
which we,'are going ,to try to make "extra special," .

or just to say..hello.... FRIDAY/EPT. I 10 Fishier men 's !Jay"-.1.. a >i
,Our entire restaurant cafeteria: ? kitchen!!, stores. 4LL-SEAFPpD/6iriNER WITH HUS! 4 PU'PI( s I tiP:THE TRIMMINGS W, j, ,I
room and freezer" rooms will be open for your ,in- # .; { '
spection. ','WeVe inviting you to see the modern, SATURDAY '
SEPT. 11 '
"m&n County Hospital Day" g r'' ,
equipment t'.\and methods which i keep Chisholm's A .. f '
"tops" for some 1,000, persons, a :day both I locally 10% OFALL RECEIPTS WILL BE DONATED TO MAR N CQUNTY HOSPITAL 'E.. ; :

,and from. 'all over. the nation., And. |thanks {\0 alls ': [t i
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: : : 20. Service ,of Good Food ,
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faclUt Slbl I'' }''Soft" Water Service Florida, Inc."STECIAUSTJ CONGRATULATIoNs. t CONGRATULATIONS{ T
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3 'If Chts olmars1r I On, 20' Years of

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YAI YAIl ) This 20thtAnniversary
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AT ALL TIMES EATING PLACE Congratulations! r
.s .. S PIONEER DRUG STORE Wonder why the salads Ue--IO'' \ 1 1M 1P
crisp and fresh at Chlatiolm;?< I TOCkish'olm
,:. ilatesr17 The vegetable from which I : ONCE MORE IS 1 s.I : RC12a. /
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they are mud are kept cool at '
all time\ During preparation, "
they art feed---and when put on I AIRCOOLEDCooling % A'A
InisI son display-. placed In beds of Ice

this Anniver Tallahassee, Sept 2. Fahn' Tcmpenrture Pre- : FROM .
and county foresters of the :Flor 'I II vail During<< Anniversary

''Drug ida small Forest woodland Service helped 739 ..Week lolly BoxoneBozone's .. v,
Stuj ; owner gross I. e ti r
$ 9U32 In the year ending June in time for the 20th an.'
PHONE 11 30, Management Chief R. u: Titus niVitrsary: eelebraUon'Chisholm'k \parber Shopf
of the State agency said to- :have their air conditioning: 13'1'
day.CONGRsATULATIQNS, tern tack in working order KJ renew a
a common knowledge ;hat ,,
f I'Ch1 holl1's:! Is one \pt the ,molest J ,
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The A-C unit keeps the dining .
c I room and grill cool 24 !hour a
!day and the establishment; j\\ iFor A Fine ]ob\Wdl I Done 4
,punned M the cooling can be
1100 !per cent complete. In the' .
[ ,Mwtalra} room vents' are,install
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and a given. room cooled .or the I while a colored tmplciye woks! over jpartry at rear kft. ; : ';
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r Side opened to the temperatures out MORE ABOUTMULTITUDE FAMOUS PERSONS Mrs. W., R. Chisholm and EUttV\Chuholmf :: i? "

I Another feature of the dining ,VISIT CHISHOLM. on this, the 20th Annitersarji of '\\t
room for Week OF ::
Anniversary are
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Not only does Chlsholm eed
the new drapes on the north and '
'test sides which were hung !Just ,thousands on the Greyhound
Stu.art is the' gainer for the last week. Also new Venetian (Continued! -from-page Mine) .Bus Lines, many more et the Chisholm'/// GrHl 7': : ,
blinds have been Installed
touring ,
rork of the Chisholms.. Mrs. Chlsholm announced the Chlsholm's. One that stopped public; Just us folks"at
Jiome-but also .
here for a meal every week last many notables \
Drill kitchen: will be open for ; I
Anniversary year Is the Tauck Tours to Flor- ,
public Inspection all during -
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Among guests In the past '
Week She also stated year
For Labor Day 1928, to Labor suoclal table orders,are received this summer but will resume next have been movie stars, Robert r '
monthwith the first stop here & :
Theodore Dewon Son"Rea
D' 1948 is at any time for any pum> scheduled pct ''d. Others who Mltcfium, George Raft and fling ':\
a mighty long time !
,, during open hours simply by came consistently during '1947 Crosby Jim Farley, Democratic !I
stn inconceivable i telephoning Chliholm and wero the Berry Tours and the political leader, Puller Warren ) Estate *Insurance '
represents an placing the order
Happiness Tours The latter and Governor Mlllard Caldwell Phone 81 a Stuart, Fla.. I
amoAt same every Friday This year all have been guests. '
of work FISHING GUIDES \ :
by all who have ,
neither -- -- -
tours are being run although '
ARE GIVEN AWAY both are expected to resume I II

been cVnected with CHISH )LM'S "1'd like to' know; : about the to their Chlsholm Florida.perhaps trips this andvisits T : / I ''I{' ,
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Tuning! says tourist Chisholm
winter. Mrs reported
at Chlsholm's-rand {he answer : I
W salute Bill they served at least one charter .
Chisholm f In right there
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bus almost every day In July
Eve since the first edition !
', wor A I ChUholms although they weren't quite so TE CO J".r:
his' in the past and s. has had the back; numerous In August '
. cover of Stuarts Fishing: Guide .M
Alt but the limited-buses stop TEMCO t
Chisholm Vid Betty for their food f and fc copy Is always of the on fishing hand to publication post- Chisholm here In both is the directions Greyhound tick)r-'lre.*' ,'. : LI:. ,

the Inqulrier on "where to catch
work. todajTHE 'em." et agent In Stuart. : Y
I I Printed on die' face of Chlsholm And the bus. travelers like EXTENDS rONGRATUIATIONS' ''I'I'I' tL
Chlsholm\! food. "Many tell us
checks Is the ma .
that they are advised up the .
"Thousands Find Florida Fin- II
line to "go light" till they get
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Fishing Here"And
to Stuart Mrs, Chlsholm said,
4 t Just'In case theyd like "and we feel that we have made \;,<
to know, there a sign In plain 1
thousands of friends judging by :
view of the cafeteria pne: This '
I Place U Stuart"FlSH I to the''us.nice" things they have said TO '

A FAVORITE .can say that fish Is a favorite at ., ,
From 35 to M pounds of local : Chinholm." said'Mrs. Chisholm, \;
seafood are consumed dailY'' at "Many of our guests taste Flor- I '
: i Ch\Jho: \! Ql's'-- not to m e n 11 I o n'shrimp 'I ida 'seafood here for the first. Ishblm : ,
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Congyatulaiin'Ch BRUNER'S PHARMACY J. L. CDLEMAN : :- :

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//f20th,.: yniversary Celebration / To r : '

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Many thous ds of persons have receiver a friendlyfirst /' )

impre/ion of Stuart and Martini: County at '. ,

'Chi.hol. in congratulating 0 "\ F. '"
s We take pleasure On Their ,

N r,J]1t5. .CfiiJolm; and! \ !Betty Chisholm on\ this 20thanniversary > ;

and for Ehe., .both fine .spirit for their in which progressive they, i improvement carW on theenferpr' ) 'Chi isfh oY/72 's. ., 2Q{ANNIVERSARY. PV.I

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k AGE FOURTEEN TRE'TCIS? ..wt ITtJ-"I't I'n m (pym o fos4e! Tnu! :: n"u"' : ,. rut!

J 1, err.I { l-ONGER CSS Bl H t KfcfZpSg E I .-. :. SEPTEMBER witness } .| ;?tkm<, Ift45.11i4&of this historical' -

tiOWOCf Three -today it wa*. my privilege to event tcor bonct n
yean ago IIx.e
; 01e t the field of battle--p
1'1 I } the signing o| the peace) term with Japan bad tvhJch brrn .
;, A Word terrible methods of ,
i : aboard the tlJ.S i Missouri. in Tokyo Biy warfut kllOWl b
I : could 'never express the! thrill within me while wit After serving In the Na lot ",
I published every Thursday at, ; 1 tnll historical event. Great t military leaden \ Stuart, Martin County, Florida. netting lieve' hi
'II ( which, had led us to victory and the humbled forget date as t bad
Deat&\" iQ
''i t : s by Stuart Daily Newt, Inc, ti loser both JMredi ti f ii woukl ever arrive.
f1"I. Japanese '
j' Florida corporation. Hell Cuts flew overhead, M' 'J'II-j'of us Hurt jerved the
PACE Conaire and ( on
I Entered second-class mall Navy lify ddks
I.I matter at U the port office at : \ lowed.by score. of Army B-29! to Imprws. on the never be able I to forget tile! hurrar7v,
lion ad filth,
CUD'AT j Stuart Florida, under the Acct defeated! the power which we the victor), had atbund. which we wets tom 1X'1Itd.
:, ,' .' After Bur of perpetual upon! our euemiei and tnev 'HI tn
j ''J of March (, 1878 nearly year coiinicji Thotll
j.j.I" A FREE PRESS we were the victors. malnedat\ home and those "corns,
Ad ; I";?, 'f' : a 35 YEARS= OF SERVICE Two .week later we J steamed into Kure Say of, the stiffening/ brought Itl, Umseparated ,tore.II
span I L i.YN! and "... Rtu.rt Dillr If... ... .._.Ky where Luge part of the J J.lp navy was silently' lyingon by long year oj rue/ tIQe(! "M",
FamWttht\ I, 's a .f.._u..n. ..n To.,. ... co ,n..., ._. the bottom of the bay A.Tiort was luvtlier evf- i '''tn'dgaJn. 1
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l' A FREE PEOPLE 111 I. mi tha Uluort M..*..AMY r.r. . ... .. ..
factlitaibly ', 'I \li, !r vktak II.... Tk t. 1114.Ttao TIM Strait.nlld.N Dallr W..l lay In ruts However. J Jess than 300 ytrds shoro, hat II population about t'lJllal| !W )MJU1JI
al 1 woo 10..' Ottutor. .. lu ...*. some. <35 men the ,
it Inn mile 1111'ougltlIIdl'l'gnllnld tunnels, gave ,
a a "h NIIIM ... ,.....1' ..... u tk. I walked for tup mthit tlrrt/It't'/
raw 1 i I : 4 ,.... f\\"" '" Do.. _. which. housed huge factories which had nser'and. their MevKli and t"mill nllgb! "
I "'. probably will never know the destruction of/ bomb I enjoy our heritage of democTapof <' le I 0IIe"
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS bemuse they were rooted Immlreds, ,of feet under lifeinoimtainsj "my' frfc-nd' were killed k..., fur ,' app. "
al, i h.', ',: n... .....to'-'l row. .ntHW ,...Iu.'..Ir t. thl ... r.r _..noo.lo. ., aU ... ( / '(M. past month tielr'sandier' wee to ".I
: : If -i N.. Fillips I. 'h'l' .....p...'. II ..11 II .U A' 410.011_ Only a few mbuiflfKirt, (' kure Bay+ b. I Jl rodiinw probably\ died! With a broken, haul b tires p" ,

:\ r : \i tDWIN rRNra2 A a,: MrNNINUKBtDWIN ttuNA . :' ..:. '::"..: :.L'::w..r..p: : : adn.e, where the first atomic bomb vJo) dropped. Again. the kits of her only tons die mtin, \
\j jf 7 r : A. MFNNINCVH. JR. ..._ .._...'. _. .. ...,.Citr adl.I ., 'ti words could, never express the horror which wept ,. continued to serve her toiintrj by MpTar ,1
3 ;' ,.I 1'1\ .i y 1"", WILLIAM It M11XHKLI ............ .._.._.,_.. ....14..101.. JI..._ me as J hiked ufx( )n this mass of destruction ciiuwxl' \ oitu worthwhile civic orgamzaljniT
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: !, ; ; by one bcmli"! One mint! see wound!
On this. armistice let
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t i: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. -| that those! of \\cnM.[ \\. 11 JT
: t. Mill\, MLN, ,.. Twn .._..eldaI | e l
\ t, -- : think that this could! have lnpp 'c>d \to( Miami Work! War I did not fight!. nor die In'liP.,
I I' ,",I I 6' I AJ..rtllnl), WM .w.t.) ki>o... n .PDII..t_ ''I'll.. ........-..| nmn Ik. rUktrJwt Kansas City: or Lot Angeles!! ;! pledge ourselves.. that *..e, will .'orr.hi
i i t 't' Tk. ............ f". I. n iMdu''vrhr Any>nUU ofaJMt
p.klK. >lkm of aM area } wd Three year hnv! (passed- since the armistice wan IFwcvesaryfight. againI"d/ a qtn| (fill, 11. ..

i :;, ? signed. Occasionally one Will see it mnrljod, on the pnnclple wljeb we (have taught|{, In t sNiWillanlte?
calendar: however. there is no Inlicliv, for\ ocUbra! \ .

t I'' ,5 MEMBER @ 19A 1- ,_._A MISSION 1 FOR AMERICANS 11elfilt't'11 t

Coma fjeveland: 'wan man who nit only appreciated y In government hurl thin""" u, aadllingly'act
the ahoo elf f economy and efficiency '' a. IIl"III'I1.I., ;! In, 'Ih'llg"', r
b :'I (IY I !\OYt'fllm..nllu.eVt'rio..enl? I, so for as to {"lllhese due-, sep" pt'I'i'lc who ace town I tea. Itr just
tics Into effect In whatever", office be held ate ''en'use to 'Jjfy! thi 'ur ""o wave" wl
i N "iiiiiiiiiiiiiCiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' ''''' '''' ''''' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ These iwb serrtenctsi fl'lll1llhe address he delivered most J1agranl ,ewerst"J."i'inL the lush,

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR pt''IC on his /first inailguration es President of the United taxaticro. V
\\i.' I Slate contain. in essence"" (the mm of' C cvelend's But waste. ovt.-laxulwl!' '00 ....J.q"
'1' tlllllllMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIINothing thinking and acting on fiscal matter: ate no ram delonsiblc'{ I 1..1 ,hw,,, utq,! ws.
f the "f those the people In publice dray when Grover t'len"I ,,, ,d 'lea
.:" like a good( sign to jazz up public Interest "It.is duty sensing .
.. ta the Pre luleut{ of tilt United St. 'lid
expenditure hoessnvoob
'ii{xn place In closely public
1 and m.t folks bill
talknit Chwholm liked mottoes used
t actual need (of .Ore, government economically admmUtratetl who ;! 1 to have me print them on his menus, but t p'never fund\ get ; because! !! (this bounds. the right{ of tlie the 1nia."JX'nding" ,of!f pulls ", '" hi.4.
a him to put any of them on.t t the walla of I hfa i establishment) government to exact tribute from the earning of the course) of the del.iJii", Ik a ,
I'' Here are three restaurant signs I think. ace sharp : Ubor or the (property of the citi/ens, and because what he kiewa In be WII'nl

: l.C1rclr! hat /nixd l fit,. w month, betH --- -- -- public extravagance begets" extravagance among If the Amerbn people 1 1. I JIUIDta ter
1\ : ::::aOClO===: OGo1Ot7O: : ::: OClO hiepenplc. \V* should never be ashamed of the'iml'hl'itrand aim to Vhlch Cleveland rrh I\I des, asunfaillog
l f" Juiee just made an agll'elllf'nuuh/ : the, bank here ben a pffls"r/ ;, prndinliul economics 'hiMi arc best supply of Amen, ..m, ii and ass
tf{ lisp havt/ agreed/ 114'10/ rent any media, WHAT IS YOUR HOBBY? le'i at call 4t let, r tinted,! to the operation, of a republican' fllrm of government life wins will not only tleak! nu I K'OIIOnIfIment

I :I! '! t: \Vi /have signed/ not to cash" any' cheeks .C" =. ==,=:OClO., ===:""-" =: ====::0001' .'OClQ' -" lumped\ only! once u hfn the American and most people;.compatible) with the mission of Iy, will on uufihehlngly ruhlie Ol'COSIUlIII dude 1 h" II at pubIK'thri 4afa air

,,1i}) ,?: 'i' Courteous anti I'ffil'/ttil/ m.lj!/-eerrke. 4 PETRY"( tie JuHiMun' pumped taint I No one.today dares. actually to condemn economy drew aetiam to this ever"'nhghteueda
it..', : t By DAVm BAfAPOBt Ph.D. -- .

% In Bangkok Thailand (which we used to call Siam), Since, the urly years( 11 adolescence! 1 have found the reading and ......,." ... ..." ... .
'\ there .are signs in the streetcars forbidding passengers to remembering i carry a durlan unless! they paid an extra fare for the fruit tctilt to til] why I enjoy I reading poetry to much Is it because.my
,: t The durlan i ill the most beloved of all fruits by those who mother used to read memi to me in leisurely Imurj and would quote "
know it, but white/ persons in the Far East seldom ever an appropriate line win',mver" possible? Or: Is it because my teaclien
F learn to enjoy it. because of the profound odor. The taste read poems to us with" an i enthusiasm suggesting that they were putting' \
r r1 rIr 1 I' ,(: may be exquisite I wouldn't know ; the' odor'' ia described before ui the greatest. treasures not only of the past, but also the great
Sot treasures of their heart Or f I. it because I found bard, t
\ t aa resembling garlic->mturate.d: cheese (hat has been passed always "it t ,
J' t through a !gan ripe. to 'express myttlf and In poetry 1 find expressions great men coined
f for feelings similar tn mhier I do not know the-dl5Wt'r! know, however .

',i lit KiBBton, N C, street gossipcrs are not allowed to .. that MI great stow or great Joy, In the long !hairs. of expectancy) .
!stand and talk and tlotk entrance to business houses and m the" hour of letdown ufler days of tension, in tiredness! and In
1'1 y I }. Special afgne{ arc erected, indicating Conversation tones" voluntary repose I I. reach for poetry In humiliation I like to read!
;e r tohfl-e the talkers must stand expressions of luimhkness in boon of pride those of ef! .reliance. /
", hours of fantasy !and rilannuig those. of great dreams and proud\ under-

11 .My secretary found a sign he said fitted me exactly, taking. .
so she pinned, it on my desk where it remains! Jt nays: 1 like to read what I already know well )I( greet these! poems as '.
old friends and they always present the same, unsuspected surprlsei(
l ,, \\liy,, 1>,' "lfJIciII.11'/ / it' wll1/. | If Mlle anon effort. you!. tan' ,If flat old friends offer[ -t thus far undiscovered hidden meaning; a turn

"I'dJkrl' of rbythm I bud not before observed I rend] new poems> 'too,.but always .-

'In 1913 the Chamber Commerce' \: on Coney Islam with some Inner reluct:nice.
forbade the ." Nearly all the poems I 111m really enthusiastic about were handed '
words hot
c dog" to appear on any sign in that
10 me by good frit'ml*. They frequently mean to me what tlll'SCfricltW
'V. a famed resoit/ The chamber did not want folks to think
r 1'. wieners were actually made of cfog meat embodied to me. They!} .remirfd me of these friends, of the
ntunate hewn. of happy discourse we had, much u a quaint memento
I remind one of)'f the Iriend who sent it. .
One day' I kited the Palm Beach office of Smith and
Yettef, contractor There was a gate with a sign "Keep 1 remember certain poems when (lie mood of( meaning of a iitua
s''' Out" and a new girl(sat at the telephone switchboard I lion is such that their lines give it expression ah, expression often so 3
had been in the office many times, BO overlooked the sign deep and miraculously coined that 1 myself could never have givenIt t tI
and I went barging through the gate utterance" Later these line are charged: with the moods! opd mean. If'A
i "Oh." flashed the startled girl, "I 1 suppose you went hugs of f the situutvms in wlikh t remember them They become for

to night school: and can't read, in. the l,ytlmp." me depositories. of my Own pastI I
i i enj<>reading poetry to others: and 1 like to hear it read or recited

My\[ grandson gave me a sign that he is growing up, well I liUT even to mumble it' to myself enjoying the rhythm the

.1' and he1 stopped me cold, I was pruning peach tree, music of itThough.
plaining the process to him as I went along an illustration! carries with it the danger. of becoming a
1 I III ''y,,1 ,;, /'Gr ndd Jldy. is that a prune? the boy asked, eX-I confession, still it seems necessary to give one A phrase: of faust. was
: a companin'to me for .
: ing to a half-ripe peach many yearn.'Ti'e4plritworld I I 1 i
I 14, < : expalne4.1. Thy sense. .it that, thy heart it dead
:.f. I "Then why are you pruning it ? he p nn } I. ;
Disciple, / hasten'
,, no answer. up; untiring W
:: ,I To halite thy breast In moming-red,'

II ; I My younger brother, Dr William C. Menninger, who COETIJE: faint, : Monologue, Scene I. l s1s rr..
I I was chief of psychiatry in the U S. Army during the war, These words meant and still mean much to me. The first line .
\ ,: has written three books which have just been published warns and! encourugen me whenever doubt and scepticism lute hold of f ,
f Ir, I and which will be reviewed,! shortly In thin column When me, wheneven I am thwarted by difficulty of understanding In solving rat
1 I this paragraph appears in the Stuart News, i will be in a problem The second line gives the reason for my lack of understanding t, I
I ."j' Topeka, Kan, and> if any fea4 r:11:: Pot thif I column dpirelx and it always a powerful prompting. It tells me to wake up, .j
to, autographed copies of any oftoese! Vilj j'\ be glad to open my senses, to enliven my heart if I would understand. It
'1'' to arrange this if they 'Will; address bplct"l airmail at'824Anderson always) aids me to shake off tin; inertia that takes. hold of 'one after
: t Terrace: !. Topeka The books are : failure The other two lines tell| me (\0 face the facts and again nil*
:' 11 'I '. "Psychiatry in a Troubled World" A record of the merge myself :in action Then only-not in painful speculation-will
I I war's experiences and lessons ; today's challenge and what 1 reach the solutionMereschkowsky I .i ,
we may expect tomorrow 600 pages Macmillan, f 6. the Itirasiun biographer, once wrote a series of! \
"Psychiatry-Its Evolution and Present Status." Historical short biographies of great men and culled! "Eternal Companions ol ,
development of psychiatry and its relation to other My Travels In this sense these lines are my companion In many
i : sciences. Three lectures given at Cornell University $2 travels, 'In this sense much of poetry may be I companion to peoplt!
t I ,; "You and Psychiatry" (By Dr. William C Menninger who crave secure,, wise, unfaltering companionship in the 1 long, hard
1 i''' and Munro Leaf). A' simple explanation (in layman' and tedious travels of life w .
language) of analytical psychiatry .and iU. application to Does reading poetry haw an objective, psychological) value' also, 4 Chilly weather will worn bt h.r... Art jfv oil M-t for 'y
everyday life. Scribners: f;2.50.'' or Is this all merer/ my subjective reaction to it? I certainly caned It? Art facing a winter of the iwcrt. sniffles,. Y.E R D I

I li'f f l .. _- E=. A Mw be an objective Judge ol this 'lueIICln. I believe, however, that in a "huddU you and even illness that aojrnpany tnokthift .. .. .
time when the meaningful magnificence: of human expression and the
lack' noble Is dignity of human Interrelations have become I Inod. wt* hating methojr? Or are you s If ft
Because and successful
I'I you a past no so deeply undervalued
I rea') reason why you should lack a noble and successful poetry can give to those who desire'Iheae. | thing) 'a real satisfaction ".\ and nodwith effujle /clean f umelej M U UoaK .
'fvelolhump-this, method d'estpndmoatl } ff" ,
i future Thomas Dreier. otherwise denied in everyday bfeAFTERMATH.
( --- .. Florida tams || | UH
;; The law of nature is, Do the thing and you shall have OF A FREEZE" ThWi; till) time,to install! thnl 1 heating system; I .alT | Ronomlcol
i : i '' the power; but they who do no\ *the. thing have not the Although typewriter still rate as a scarce item for the that fib your hpu ond pur/ Why not do wmt-, \
I :. power '- Emerson average buyer, the Federal Government according to- the thing about It howl I
l r House Subcommittee\ on Treasury and Post Office Department .
Iris The. present Is never our object; the past and the appropriations, owns 848,667 of the machine... Since /CALL OUR 0/FICE OR SEE DEALER NO I \
present we use as means ; the future only is our end Thus' there are approximately 275000 Government employeewho ***- youR. *
we never live-we only hope() to live. Pascal use typewriter part or full time In connection with ?
f ref --- their daily duties, that figures "S.6 typewriters. to the per : ; '
Look upon every day as the whole of life, not merelya .(\\n. Hence subcommittee put the squelch on FedRratagendea' mini wna nm G rmm ;wwsn M section i and enjoy and Improve the present without requests for 900 more in 1948 '
wishing through haste, to rush on to another. RIchter. Which stirs an errant thought Whatever became of 4 for nexttufnter:s fuel ,"pr'j.
all those binoculars] the Navy appealed to borrow from ,,, ,,, ., '
u The tongue, being In a wel place, Is likely to slip when civilians on the promise of Immediate return after the war' w e .

going fast.: The Coal-Getter.: St. .Louis Globe-Democrat

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_ _ TH? ST.PART NEWS, RTVART' MART ( COtm FIORIDA .________-+ '"___ ---
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IltIIIIDluuntntutur..firr.rurununetueu11111111111111111111 1111I11I1111 g In Jensen Beach WORLDWIDE. AIR --airborne TAX LIE" --: .
service .enacted, into
pparel of ,
WearingJ Distincfionm.Miat { NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES dealt rad.trlal cvmal.lese 5J C- i
Bjr CHARLOTTE HELUER PARCEL POST BEGUN law by the 80th Congress will PM. L.dn ;
515105 C&STIRICAT*
The County Agent's Column With the inauguration;; of ttV afford![ patrons at more than 42,- : I Ia Itoc 1

The Rev. and Mrs Phil :Maxwell tlonwlde! -worldwide air parcel IOQ Post t Offices America.,.and .t

i and children ot Stuart wer By L M, Johnson post yesterday, the United States Its possessions unexcelled shipping t
:: dinner runts of Mr. and :Mr. can boast ot the most modern facilities. Transit time will I wwsK

H. W Munch last week. Citrus growers are reminded and expeditions delivery service be reduced to a fraction of that el el1'Prjj j

:: :Mrs. Minnie Ornburp and of the 'Florida Citrus Institute NEWS of Postmaster la the'world R. according to requJ ed. by other modes_ of
W. Hartman
daughter, Esther Joe Snlffen ot this week at Camp McQuarrie Stuart of ransportation.
f Indian /specialized
\fofOSlft ST LUCIC agent calls attention to the fact Drive r
.9 So. Second Street I ]Fort i spent a few days that Camp McQuarrie can only, -- --- that air parcel post pacxages will
a iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinfiiii/ / iiiiiiiiiSi,;;:r.: with Mr and :Mrs Paul Voigt accommodate 100* overnight 87 MRS. VIVA Cfl ROAT to Fort Pierce where: he has opened receive the same particular consideration GOOD NEWS ''
on Indian Rive Drive last week. guests, and those who expect to a shown air mall In
Mr and Mrs, Walter R. Hellle attend the Institute more than Ending a vacation on the Co- lrst. son of Mr and j routing. In addition, Identical, COMBNATOt1T
01. Fort one' day should: make their reservations naot property in Walton Mr Mrl W. & Forrest of Walton doorstep delivery will be givento t I
Constructiqn Co. pierce were guests of at once Reservations I and, Mrs R. c, Conant and will!! leave for St.'Augustine Toes- air parcel post .& is afforded' T .
ence Mr. Mm,M*. d.pMdekl.c.I
and Mrs mail. for
R Uelller and ther forms of
may be made through the .county daughters Sharon and SandraJean day to enter St. Augustine School 1 .. ....... Yv read to k wll '
Phone 193 family Sunday agents of.nee. OushtersonBldgi I I left Monday for their home for the Deaf The'Forrests had I that to wire w whore. you 11_ :.
Mr and Mrs A, A. Hendry, It Stuart. fin Chicago., I 84 guests recently Mr and Mrs! I lut 'OIl lira alts! III'.
r7 Bulldozer with Blade lr and son* John, spent the week" Mr. and Mrs C. H Conant will A.. Tausslg from Lake Worth i WORLD wkm moiMntoM .....* ;
Rake H C Bill" Williamson, ranch. arrive front Chicago within the Mr and Mrs C. M. Burdsal! REAiLSTATE ..* .In Hit mkhtf-rvtiiM which m,
Also Yz.YartDrf.gIi\ eDiking end! in Tallahassee where they er of Indlantown! developingone next few days to open their home ot Eden are leaving ;next week Mil awe M much H yw. Mefc you k {y.
went to bring back their son,, of the most outstanding and guests cottages here. for a vacation that will take ) y*-r Iwm. y w MUM,.. ftttotiwn t 1 1aeaerative
Set Us, ForGrading Alvin, 3rd who has been attending ranches In this part of the country Mr, and Mrs. Dart' McCarty them to New York! Connecticutand .> HMIoiiil.Fells and std 1ft"tiitim Me- r

CI ring . itching the band school there. Williamson recently ditched Mr. and, Mrs. W. T Warren of Massachusetts where they liMial) Mwt, these It .. nikfHtuMlor
Mr*nji i Mrs Ransom R. TUto and diked some 13,000, acres of the Drive and :Mr. and Mrs, John will spend a., couple of weeks at THI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Etc. spent the week end (In Pompano pasture land, and has Installed McCarty, Mr and Mrs, Broward Lake<< Otis in the Berkshlree .MONITOR ....,.
with friends two large pumps' for removing Poppell and Mr. and Mrs. Brian Last week end they entertainedMrs Enjoy the fc.ii.lH' .. ,.bit i
surface water : Blrdsalls ', base l_-. -.lo..Hr, MHoMllr.IMwiiohoMHy .
Mrs C. W: Hoag and sons, from his improvedpasture. Mccarty of Fort Pierce form the sister and husbands p parties of kinds _
Billle and He has sprigged 300 Mr. and Mrs" Tom Kurn, with your kcol ,
James. spent Thursday committee under the chaIrman. .. .
o 4 The Ckriitn Scteec.M..Sn.
I MMIMMVMMMWMLY in West Palm Beach ,.acres of Panlcum Repens pasture ship of the, Brian McCartys lora of Delray who were returning for le. ,
grass, and Is now chopping and' Labor from a Visit!. In) Detroit. ..
:Mr and Mrs tewls Oambl Day celebration' Monday LISTEN TiMWoy nfliM o r 'i
IK S ? and' daughter Verna, preparing 1000-acres tor seeding at Indian. Hills Golf and,, Country Mr. and Mrs Francis X Polosl ABC ttoMM to "TK. CkrMo
bseeRWKiNwwia 25 in Miami, spent Aug to Bahia grass In addition to Club. This will be a family have closed their Been residence Also ntal. d insur.nee. SCMIK MM tor Vim the N..$." 1'
f his ranching operations, Williamson event, chicken dinner for the and with their children Bobby y And KM this CMI Otodoy Y f
5avtmefosllr No M a So Than Risking Mrs. R. 0 Sharp Spent two 1 has approximately 10 adults and a patio grill lot the and Mary, are In Sebastian temporarily for tOKiol Ie. 4 r sfroductofy 0. ;
< days last week In Miami $ 1
wbKrloi 1 1TM
R 11LL her mother Vlsltlm acres of Improved Louisiana Cop-, children to be served. from 4 to' _________on___> =
Yt IN YoiA New Home per Skin sweet potatoes, and is 1 p.m. Jr. and Mrs. Harry Pulver the J_
UY A P11R.ea / By Mrs. W C. Johnson and Mrs. now preparing 40 acres of .landor For the week end Mrs Laura,I' former Miss Greta Johnson left j Edwar pptR 0...,Chrifttan N m,tt MMM,SntMlf UtailM/.HUM..u.s.A. tt'
adequate Arnold Taube spent Tuesday In ( early fall tomatoes. last week for Bogota, N. J., aftera PIMM MH< M bttl..tflMHlV
( or Howard
v Fort Pierce. The county agent stated, that I and Miss Georgia Turn 10-day visit to her parents Mr, ...... *. "M CMtHM ....... ,
Whale Wiring Mrs Ralph W. Hartman, Jr. civic clubs and other organizations er Amy of Eden Lee Palmer were hostesses and Miss to Dorothy Miss- and Mrs. :Andrew Johnson In Ito .n.-Jt, ...-. I MI.N al.. r t

,t.I J/ and daughters Karen and Kay, and individuals interested Baker of Orlando and :Mr.. Walton. In Bogota they are .-.......-..... ....-
J { JSEE spent Monday here with her sister In seeing Martin County improvements Mary Hall of Ashtabula, Ohio guests of Pulver's parents From ad BP 4......

US Mrs. Jack Heaton. I in action should Bogota they go to TuScaloosa, _...... ....... oe..___
tOM GUARANTEED Ed Peckalls .spend a day with Williamson In and Mrs. James S. Askln Ala, where he will be graduatedin fie 9 <<_I
/ll ot Brooklyn Is :
of Ankona had Jj
his Jeep& going over his land as guests for a mechanical engineering dur-
WIRING spending a few days at his home (Martin County) improvement chicken dinner Sunday evening: Ing the winter and where Mrs. PI'/dt'X.1 '-"ctt; '
here while supervising the buildIng Mr and Mrs Walter F. Cochrane. Pulver .
program. It would be time well with BA and M.A. degrees
of it new cottage .. _. ...
spent to see what can be done Miss Helen Kynsm of Eden re* from Columbia University "f"
s Among those attending the with our lands. turned Friday from a two-weeks I will teach in the elementary experimental (i'II"' .
MattoX-Ensey wedding in' Fort vacation at Carolina Beach. She school She was '
ECTftlCEDO I Pierce Sunday afternoon were John S. Stewart FHA representative Is employed at the Citizens Bank graduated from Fort Pierce High "
I Mr. and Mrs H. W. Munch, Mr was in Stuart Aug 23 of Stuart School, taught a number of g. t s
and Mrs. W B Tllton, Mr. and and. 24 making loans to .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rappold terms In St. Lucie County rod .
I Mrs. Frank Wacha. Mrs R S. vegetable farmers and ranchersto from Hempstead L. I., who last was graduated from Woman a 1
Robertson and Miss Elizabeth finance their farming opera year built a winter home on U.S. College at .Tallahassee': f :'"

Robertson. dons during the coming,season 1. have arrived to spend the A. F Henninger is expected to j t
Mrs. E. J Ward was hostess to tall and winter season Rappold fly from Chicago; shortly to look: / C Cf
the meeting of her bridge club Myrl! Williams rancher of is in the lumber business over his Florida properties. On Moha Pebble Tuft HI'I"
at Seymours Inn Aug. 24. Prize ndlantown[ is preparing 30 Mrs. Walter F. Cochrane of account of their daughters Linda I",',
/ A. JOB,, one 265 for high score went to Miss acres of pasture land for seeding Ankona is leaving tomorrow fora and Jean: being in school f '
D TIME WE VAST Elizabeth Robertson and Mrs.I to Louisiana White\ Dutch and two-weeks visit with her sister their vacation in Eden will,only Firth ansion Ileuae Klearflax I''
E WORK, WTTH SPEED J Lewis Gamble Others playing Hubam Clovers this fall In addition Mrs Emily sheaffer in I be during the Christmas holidays
IVOLLRATHfhPlunber" were Mrs. C. H. Alderman, Mrs to this pasture Improvement Philadelphia.. When building conditions 1 { a
,,1rtior Charles day, Mrs. Seymour Olde Williams has cleared 500 Max Durham of Hammond change Hennlnger anticipates Armstron Inlaid Linoleum and Asphalt Tile 'y'yrxpcrt
WiTH on, Mrs R. 8. Robertson and acres which has been seeded to La, who has been the guest of building a winter home on prop o
E' Mrs Adolph Hertel. BahIa brass Dr and Mrs. James ,A. Oatlln erty farther north than his present Installation j ; '
? A birthday, party in the form In Eldred left Monday for Benton cottage
C of a picnic was held Sunday for Mole-. cricket control In seedbeds Harbor. Mich: Mrs Durham Sgt. and Mrs. Fred D. Escott ',1'
r, ORuic Jala Reney Gideon celebrating and field plantings Is a very' a niece of Mrs. Oatlln, who came of Eden are adding! an extensionto
her 3rd! birthday on the lawn oAt simple and sure-Ore process, accordIng here a number of weeks ago and their grove cottage He is home GRIF 1N-EC t EHinc.
Dependable and Mrs. Joseph Kllng to) Information received, was Joined, later by Durham and on furlough from Fort Buss. I,1,
home. Present, were Mrs Clard from the entomologists I at theEverglades i their son. Max, Jr., left yesterday Texas, where he has been stationed ',
S VICE Gideon, Mr. and Mrs Harvey Experiment Stationin for home. For Sunday evening since the war. 'He will FLOOR COV I S E, "
Wright. :Mr and Mrs. George Belle Glade:' The followingprocpdmMnrywommended dinner they were Joined by; be discharged. from service Oct. ,''I "
[t AXh EQUIPPED idf HANDLE\NY SIZE JOB Gideon, Mr. and. Mrs, Lyle Miller, < :.for I.Ms Viva C. moat of Walton, 2 having been in Army 20 :years, Odd South Dixie Fort Pierce, lie. t i iI iI' it
ESTIMATED SDBMITTfollrath Mr and Mrs. Donald OK eon, seed bfecIPapply! 6 Ibs. an acre ot Mr. and Mrs. T_. :M. Deal of Friends of :Mrs W. E. Tylander '
Pete Scnske .al.d Merle Brl ht. 40 pet, cent Chlordane; 'dust 4 orMitilviilf I Ankona returned Sunday Iron ot the DrJve,wII1 be pleased to
.. .. .
III nt> mlVArf. with the I learn she is recovering from a _
a five-day visit to her parents; -
Pllmbing I Service ftr.tpPII i.i n. of fertilizer 10 I Mr. and Mrs B. S. Poole in Or- heart attack at her summer t I

WE BUY .. Jnk lays before planting: the seeds lando. The Pools were 'former home in Hendersonvllle. N. C.. .
-- For fields, apply S Ibs an acre of residents W Ankona. where she and Mr. Tylander

LARRY VOLLRATHI wrecked cars, qprap 40 per cent Chlordane dust (orts :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Alderman, went early in the' season and

|1 Akron Ave. uart Fla. and bras equivalent mixed with the Jr, have moved from the Drive where her sons, the McCarty 31 ,
copper first application of fertilizer 8to brothers, .were called They returned ,
"SISCO'SAUTO.PA 10 days before( seeding orilantlng last week. \ .
L- I hi commercial groves, yard trees
-- are hot usually sprayed with; ATHLETESSiOOT ITCH

,5 In buying fertilizer' for backyard copper to 'Control disease HOW TO STOP IT ;
t -citrus trees, a 3-8-8 mixture Oil sprays ehocid1e used with
Vour/fdle l South Dixie Highway : MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST
/ monTh < PierciPhone with 3 per cent magnesium, 1 great care atthe proper Cot TC.01. M ..y Fort per cent manganese and 1 percent times. According: to the spray do''. POWERFUL PENETRATING h,5. S ,,
129We'll : will and, dust schedule for 1948 sea I.,... FULL STIIEj'jGTH.' ak.. tot R& e 1of1 tan: of Kings; e y the
copper prevent most 'a kiLL tho lac''" Got NEW 1 loot
nutritional deficiencies. In the son: oils used in the 'manufac- w.Ivre .. y. 3S. ....... .-..#. Jr' weal lest could rd the

earn vent of severe nutritional deflienoles !l- chemical ture of oil emulsions and vary In !.>',--I. '.Ie SI UART, as ..e DRUQ so. reee.t,1ERE CO.. 5, J I gem gems I
: shown on the, trees an composition physical 3 ) Tod thinks (f our, (low c
'Z application of a nutritional spray characteristics It is consequently I _f' price icy and Ufteral credit 4

during. :January or February la Important that the (0 terms tWf( finestjjuality dis* I "
.2Y2 recommendation of the manu-
v mends ark 6 own and '
easy Ipleiturt 11
Yellowing of leaves on citrus tacturer be followed for the paftlcular ds
NOW tq we +
oil emulsion used. For
trees while the fruit is maturing; .
.1 P r :Annum. splitting ot fruit In the Jail. and effectiveness with oil sprayS the y F
the 'insipid taste ot the fruit foliage should be dry and thor
on t ough coverage Is essential, and
commonly reported by owners of
ORGE' 1 1I
this Involves -
thorough Inside
dooryard trees have their .j"
Insured Savings I I I I'I
and outside job Do not apply e,
failure to use the last three utor' J '
Account.\ ,.1 l lements mentioned above: oil spray when trees are wiltedor I (
namely. magnesium.manganeseand nearly wilted, also oil sprays Refrig tor r ,
Fedei Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora- copper. The lack of magnesium applied after November Increase r
n insures < dividual accounts to $5,000 Husband ri Is evidenced by a yellowIng i the Susceptibility of trees to cold! rl:1 6 ( : "

d wife n. have total of $115.000, fully Insured /1 of leaves close to the fruit Injury. 011 applied under either Diamond Ring ;, I

First' Fee al gavinss accounts are legal. Investments durIng August, September and: of these, two leaf conditions, Avoid may AUTOM IC iA Bide di.moeede; mod. i."
cause severe drop .
Trust ri nda as well as fund held by Guardians, GotIewLifeY October, while the fruit Is m,. m l4lC god mounting. :
)) application of oil sprays while 1
turing, and II due to the trans- DEEROSTId
minietr/ore and Executors.,: residue ot previous sulfur ;
ter of magnesium from the spray '69 ; ::1
leaves to the fruIt. still shows yellow deoosit. \
Call or Write iva your worn, Splitting of fruit in the fall In general, a period of' threeor asw ', I
fatl"/c tires a "seconcj following periods of rainy weather -' more weeks should elapse between T EASIL ARRANGED ':1\1" j
wlnJ' make 'era r Is also directly related to the ; an application ot su.fur ,
I t\it'll teoaw Mare Yw .
.I .r
ST 7 FEDERALavings Jot and a later oil spraying. Oil j 1
Jllck magnesium,
rid Jike IV nd-new I Bring and sprays should not be applleti RH ADS ii \
copper particularly the latter
In tread bares
four \d, during,August and September welers C
The utilization ot is ,
and Loan Associationof toJiy. We \renew 'em in in some way related to copper the otlleatlon since during this period they will BARTLETT BROS. fit J.w.l.r. rle. G.a..toe. r t i +7 :

a fflReasonabV 1 of nitrogen,-and where seriously reduce the solids con tins A.. at anal at. ', ', 0 1e I II
Indian River County tent of the juice and retard re- / I 1I,
Prices large amounts of nitrogen areused 317 Oseeols: Ave, fh. 2091
I 'Oth Street Dial 2137 Stuart high applications \ :,1:1, : .;. j-
cap ot bluestone (copper sulfate] ). : \ .
R. W. Sedf wick, Secretary-Treaaurer: j Seyi Lack ol copper also resuVt in I

f'tuber Federju. Home Loan Bank! and Federal, fruit with, a* insipid taste,**ue '
\ ,
Chason'a Service 6t UonSO to'' insufficient acid, excesslV
Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. ?CD. HIGHWAY \a. ITER drying out of'the fruit, often before -LUMBER- or G 40A' r ri
f went dividend rate. I Pbr. alas at P1. it becomes fully ripe, and t'

sometimes in gummy excrescen- 0 ,
eea on the peel of the fruit and i :
around the sa I "fr
gum peed Copper ((' ____ "
deficiency Is the commonest C I ai1h :
trouble reported by owners of l a d i I ,
dooryard trees due to the fact -' 1. iRPt .I1F
hat such trees usually receive a
excessive amounts of nitrogenand

no copper since, unlike trees J1 ,
a : r w \ ,
Hard RW Corrosive
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Hospital there accompanied .......... t P. Mod.?
Salerrw News I
Week's LegalInstruments ._.*. 0. 100'-' q COUNTY DEED: i "
;I II IItt I'I'I ; STUARTCITY them home for a two-week vacation I 15.0w... ,lIarI'' Or.4 t. 0.11 R Rab.rM, I'ore Y; NIUoh'a
I t fnnk H. OoWm N auk ......., LEAaa ,, ral,
I : 1 .......... I "' COMMISSION Jane Baldwin and Mildred L I.... A. ...... to' ask t. AllA MaNUAL nW to RIGHT AND aOYALTYRE.AL I. .rADMIN'rHratr00
""I "I Mrs. Holmar Is Hostess Allman will leave Sunday for ore s.d 11_ 'e r. r. Adorn.1.d1R. I :.
rl I Regular Meetings Philadelphia- enter nurses SATIS'ACT'To;'; ..... "D..elnm.nt Cap..r"" 1rd "
\ ,, $ t.a"a WIIN
+ ; 8:00 J, M. training there. .... .. 104""". MIMl101LGo.e.. 10
I' To P-TA Meeting ThursdayBy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvls H rb rt Itntmr w J A. Tuek '
ofd .
2nd 4th SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE 1041I..4.. wnt C""'Ppase Iaur. ESTATE
have moved to their new home rkM FMml ...ln red IXM *-.'- .. 1\4....
PACt WE"N SDAYS !MRS. O, D, QUIGLEY and entertained Sunday with a Uo. to S.lv.ton. Trtearfai. *. Ind4sI. !.w5, Do.-., eo......, aAm. '
at SIMM M H r MM-
Stu ity Hall brother. ). B. Laws of ,Arran birthday dinner In honor of Em CltItL.k : Albs', Ours 1'..... I "-Hometites and WaterfronUgtf ;
GILD t The P-TA executive meeting who has been here with his pry DeLoach and Austin Mullin FirM Intonl.. II...li>.. >i>4 Ucm.. AuoelaUo. H.
ATVAdt 1,I I wu* field at the( nume of' Mrs uncle, P. CX Smith, for three of Kobe Sound Present were .5. MORTGAGE" CWritk MV R :11sa,5.s t. A.,w< f I II )
Ted ..lv. ,........ to Jo. Co. New A"adrem 4th Street, Opposite
Public A ys WWglcom.c harvey Homlar Thursday with :i weeks, accompanied them to Mr and Mr< Metzger and S t ........ H as Merit' Sd
I covered-dish luncheon. Present, Tallahassee children Barbie and Doris,.Mr ...._.. ...... to a. Marar4 bones.l..nw .
span a "acre Mrs Fred Pedersen Mrs Frankie Mathers Is here with! and Mrs. E.!: A.'DeLoach. Mr. and R ...N." a Bedrkb Q, ..... '
i W, t Merritt, Mrt E. A. Bald- Mrs Austin Mullln of Hobe "
Palm I his uncle Clem Mathers and C. A. a Onn ., .. U CHlMM: .k
,1' vi. Mrs George Osborn, Mrs will enter school here. Sound and Mr, and Mr. Bill .0roan 1 QnoKu
Wlthtfaclll' I .' I Era Reddish, Mrs R R. Merritt: Pendarvu CHATTE'MOIITGAGE'
: .,
; Jackie tt Halnes AllwHJr asS| Itanhn T. Frlp t*
I Thompson rdW
I Mn ,Roy Sampley, Mrs. Harvey Mr' and Mri.'c 3eorge Osborn "._.?.1 rin...... OmniMiur, ,
slbly I Shelton and Mrs. George Osborn. City Is here visiting his:sister and Mr, and Mrs George Osborn, ...01. H III.1..* l.. r.rl one. TrBpEpD _
brother-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. SPECIAL WARRANTY
... : } : !;r. Charles Stiller Jr_ and Mr and Mrs. i. P. wu- ..'A. 11..eye:l Jr.1 ,. t. need N to*
'I I Mr and Mrs. M. I D Harper of l, bar were dinner guests of Mrs. 'tWa2RANTY
c ; Davls.owner of the John & O ,Pank In Fgrt'Pierce Sunday ...... N YOU N
I _
; 1I 1\ Oklahoma City left Friday after ILukert 1.4. 00 C-po. 0Manx :DL
\ :l I a few days here-with Mrs Harper orange grove) returned Count,. ,
I ri r { ',s uncle and aunt, Mr aid home last week after several The civic: club entertained"the 1N4ka.w.J. T Put o..oJop.... _5 C..e..r to
'I' : j I II I Mrs P. O and Mr. and Mrs. weeks at Hot Springs, Ark. young people at the Civic Center ...... .wB C....... Ie RA
I .
{;.' Mt. and Mrs Dan Shaw and with Albert
Friday evening
II I I Donavon Smith, Mrs. Harpers MrsA games. 1041a.tAw. Il > ..10 ea.1 Cen",e M ,
I I' son, Howe, of Hobe Sound, Games $ will be given .ck Morris ,
I F. Stanley and daughte; for the young people each Friday I. 11...r4 Chiton t. Nam 11:. anr.R
i- .
3 Gees Twlnr M a M PIldifonLDevelopment
Sara Mae, and Johnnie Manchow:
i \ ORDER OF evening<< This was the first
I rf I II II IJ Ir Ir It
"OYAL of Urbana, 111. were the dinner! meeting. The card party sponsored BUILDINQJMATERIAtCAlOIEE '
guests of Mr, and Mrs. O D. by Mrs Chris Miller Thursday
f .; LODGE LIST your Rooms, Apar nta and Rental
Quigley Tuesday evening Johnnie
I MEETS SO evening at the Civic Center
t, h' WE AY! Is the son of Mrs. Dan Shaw. was well attended. Homes with us. ,

I ,; 00"MO eI I Sara Mae. who has been here Mi and Mrs Adolph DeLoach L; FQRDha4a
several weeks with her aunt
r I, I A t .RAL GHW4Yt' I entertained with a birthday din- '
r I Mrs. Dan Shaw accompaniedMrs. ner Sunday In honor of their
and Johnnie home East G6ast IVimber
Stanley son; Jimmie. Present were Mrs.
Friday, Mrs. Shaw also'accompanied Ella Prescott, Mra:Maud Shelton, Bu lNG' SELLlNii HENT1NC,
them home for an indefinite PROPERTY MANACCWCNT
ISII Joan Morris Mr and Mrs Adolph
I star DeLoach and Jimmie.Mr. Writ ?. O Box No,
; e VJ{A JCp Jesse and George Quigley en- and Mrs. E.!:& J. Arnold and 3 iJl North'Colorado1 AvetiD &>Supply '
Tor Joyed a wiener roast on Jupiter a
I l daughter, Jean, of Hobe Sound phone 317
I ) ba I Beach Aug 25 evening with the called on Mr and Mrs., O D. Stuart Florida
t C Shawl of Hobe Bound and the Quigley Sunday Phone fso

Stanleys of Illinois Mr and Mrs. Jesse Griffin and
ENETI Nt Evelyn Terry and Jane Bald- children. Alberta.and Eugene, of 22'r
1'f BLINDS ') Na ChTa.n win were business callers In Fort Hobe Sound were guests of Mr.
t '
Pierce Saturday and Mrs. O D. Quigley Satur
Ira Manufacturing o. Betty Jo Blanton and Cassle Dollars rld"W

$05 I a Foal PI CL Mae Scotten were callers In Fort day.Mr.. and Mrs Ed Johnson of
'' 0 +Nti Pierce Monday Miami called on his brother O Spent ,
Mr and Mrs. George Brownlee H. Johnson, and family last MARTIN ) OUNT1(1
and children of Hobe Sound call! week At Home _

'1 I ed on' Mr. and Mrs John D. J C DeLoach spent last week Crow'i
I ,. Stevenson Saturday. Mr, and end at the home of his daughterand
:1t t ; Water frontPropertiesAlong Mrs. Stevenson and daughter, son-In-law, Mr. and Mrs L AtSNlme BUSINESS 'D R TORY MI.

Kathleen moved Into their new C Moore of Stuart I I. CMep

the Indian and SI iMfe rivers; and Hobe Sound home recently Mr and Mrs C. L Mooney are '
'i. Ocean onb1. Mr and Mrs J. H. Whitfield spending their vacation In the Your Busineas Card 'In This Sectio Every Week l Bring You Business'
; arrived home last week after 10 North mostly In Erie, Pa, with! '. _

il, days vacation In the Carolinas Mooney brother, George, and .
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and Tennessee.Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Karson, who -
and Mrs O D. Quigley! have spent several! winters here. I Buy The Best F I Hurricane Protectio I K' Docks
C and sons, Jesse and George, 'II'ere'' Mr. and Mrs. J A. Bennett and Plumbing & HeatingSheet \ ,
'\k. 5 ? d rRyeR in Fort Pierce Saturday.Mrs. sons left Aug 23 for Hahn, I GENERALELECTRIC Jalousies I
,,' Jean Rowland announce Aluminum Aw Metal Seawalls/
/ Clara Oa, where they are. moving back. m "' nla
the birth of a son In I ;
II IIiJ to their farm. Storm Shutters
f / Martin County Hospital Sunday Boat House
: 4' Mrs Mary Chandler spent Aug I I Ve ation Tn
n Appliances + J..a':
I i named Ernest Eugene, weight I H. ) Tse Uri 21 in Stuart with Mrs Stanley *
t Ib 12 Os.Toley Kltchlng '{ Kitchen, Lsnndry, Rain; anti ct. ontrol I AI 'typ Or lark.
'I ,,1, / ; tnglebretsen Henry Mr. and Mrs* Ted'Metzger en- Cabinets and all small Beauty PrivacyShutte I STUART PLUMBING" Cobs on

.;: iJ Crane and Mildred Allman motored tertained with a barbecue Aug appliances. Radl METAL WORKS
to Jacksonville Sunday 21 night Present were Mr. roducts Iv ylor

:} ; : ./lYa .aa Marcfa MePherson who is In and Mra. E.. A. DeLoach, Mr. and MARTIN COUNTY I I lOX lie P. o5 tPII

i\ti\ training as a nurse In Riverside Mr.. Bill PendarvU. Mr and Mrs. ELECTRIC wL- r10a.aeb PHONES 1)., IM NliM, SS-M I II E l
Austin Mullin of Hobe Sound and Phone 75 I !
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Mr and Mrs. Ted Metzger
,'.fl' ROTARY CLUB51UART Mrs C. C. Jacobs motored J7 I
N.. 5502 New York Jut week with her '
,''Hr, Ip Ipi' 1 -'h. .\\ c Ht HWO'wl50s r.'LL' daughter and daughter-ln. StuartAuto Get lfliles W

1 R y' owNW cr Mr and Mrs Eddie Smith of ,
f 5EDD ,J. Daytona Beach. Eddie was called
: ilK A
a..naIN I there by the death of his p YOUR Tl?

,': :*fI fII mother time who, has been ill forSome Modern Cotta ea,, Billy sez.: ". ak. Tin t. Ufc. ',

I, .1"/ > Mrs Lydla Stewart arrived And Trailer urt :c.........._ ....1101.... kr tto AiitW Ctrl. r. WIIJ_), ...r.50 w asset w Low,wa..Mar. .S j S
'. home Aug 10 after a few months .
E visit with relatives and friendsin
I I i Pennsylvania. __ MONTIIALL CHAS/OW'JI/ '
{ Mrs. Harvey H omtar and CONVCNir crs 'Moat all agree, we want no
,; 0 daughter Sandra arrived borne BLAIR and KER part, of "ISMS" teach.' Servicr/

if 1\\ ,f; niI last-week,alter a few.weeks In OI4 Male HLWw W 1102 I TREASON!, Yet in th'higher Fedora/Ilghesf l lyon
;iI 'I IIIi Washington, D. C. and other
art, must
DI a man
( northern points
w U NCRETEINFORCING us* his reason! I hear some
I Mr and Mrs. Mike Pesln and
children spent Aug. 21 in Hobe things, 'bout....' }' day, that 'eliOn1li'1I
Sound at the home, of Mr and I /Keep InTouchwit don't make sense) to ME, but
i Mrs. Oeorge Brownlee let th' guy HAV", OUT, HIS I / W Pr IUI

STEEL Mrs. C. I. Ollllard and Mr. SAY, '""c a u s.. SPEAKIN' b bW ttV. A''
and Mrs J. P. Johns of Stark / M
ft were the guests of Mr and Mrs irtin County' RIGHTS AR' FREE! 50awaW
Bill Long last week. Of?, course, if h. a TEACH

Ustlnga of Improved and Unlmprov< Properties CONCRETE Mrs Ruth Oriffls of Stark is r P IN' SCCHOOL supported by I I N.w., ''i Tw'CAL
\ /"/; Throughout Martin Count visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Ollliard Subs ib* tdJTh* News OUR TAX with other things
!, I I II ACREAGE _'_ RANGES STEEL & ALUMINUM Mr and Mrs. 8 E Lane and 1 y r ; .. .- just stick to TEXT-BOOK Fat-f t S, isPa.1
i: daughter, Mary, of Palm City, FACTS SCHOOL'S'itot
EewaUs Point River to River Frey$lee WINDOWS called on Mrs Mary Chandler 'x r ev0

I "I'I; ; ,; and Aug 22 2y4 rs .?., ,.. 5 -Eo.''to AIR ONE"$ VIEWS naa ++

: I Jupiter Island Ocean-tg-Sound Estales)|>tM J. A. Stockley arrived home THOSE no TEACH.
: I II MASONRY. WHITE last week after some time In New ER'S PAID! Guess all of asA
I I I j, PORTLAND Jersey and New York / h..'.$OME LOOSE SCREWSand
: I : I C. B. ARBOGReal CEMENT Tile Civic Club Is having HOI lUILDINQHK1IJEE need a PSYCHO' AID!

Charles Davis' clean up the flag real smart man will know HIS PLACE, and KEEP IT ,
Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Phone 748 Fort Pierce park before Labor Day '
right along So'TEACHERS .

I l --- men,
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rhrl l.toe10r f 0. Aiwa L.k DWortkI0d DVut
,I I' 1 Alt. !&!. WUMT L:k. Worth' WOWTHAM wb 'r.hired to do a job, don't KNOW what THEIR WORK Loa
end C..a alse. -. ,red Man >FELsil
f > ,if sane M.Oo.r.. HI. "_., N I. IS and II :with rr th.'" +i bst PLAY HOB'Irs SURE
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