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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: August 8, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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E THE STUART SE\\\ S, STUART, Martin County, "' ..OnmTIII'llSU.Y, AUGUST *, l 19.6> PPICr:: TEN: CENTS k".

'I ROBERT C. SCHORK JI
JBTIAYCEESLIN r PLANS $15,000 NEW p\RK rnlltllWilliam : THE RER. D tUUUN REGISTRATION:
I HOMEIN
A F'. Jacobs : FATHERS
ST. LUCIE ESTATES FORMER STUART PASTOR BOOKS OPEN TODAY COUNTY
the
Stop Grabbers JOINS COLLEGE :Mrs. J. P. Blaknlre. Martin

L I LEAD Contractor Herb Young secured f county,. supervisor of registration ", '

a city permit for erectionof opened the registration I SIT TIGHT WHILE

a $15,000 home for Robert C FA'l'L71'I books today for anyone wishing -

ALL LEAGUE Schurk to be built on lot B In Save Our Islands to register for the November -
TEMPEST' RAGES
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,I block 7 of St. Lucle Estates I. t It I her election office in the She court sill be house at .

Puns call for 56 60 t .
; x frame
Maul Pahokee Irom 9 to 12 a, m. and from I .
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sher rp.sidenc with
U-2;: Here asphalt tile covrrhl1 to S p. m. on Thursday, Friday No Action T" ken On
urn| I|
and slat' sh .
nglc I The
Sunday I I contractor experts to b'grn 'ACI kin For Use By Public I week.and Saturday of each I, Delinquent Sought By Property Veteran

ul1shersI tae
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-,1 near future IK' tat:d. .UI those "ho hate reached

:line here 1s I Ii the age of 21, or who have Martin county commissioner,

ing first I broom naluralired, or have I in session with St. Lucie county

'.Olades HYACINTHS FILL I his message i H for 11'ERVUNE: inteusUd, ; in :Mm established'' residence, in the representatives last Friday, aft

\ nly on: I tin ('''lInt'hether: you an' H lax payer. property HWIIIII '. county. since", the books were I an Iniet District board reJectd s
'I
II'i season'' ST. LUCIE I'lI"ir1l'' man, tenant, winter 01 \iiir-rouiul lesident 01 opened last time are urged to I two seal-d bids on Palm City

eigage-: RIVERRemoval 111.1 t a lovei of Florida who like'> Martin county for a vacation qualify to tote in the coming tax delinquent property I

Sunday: ]playground, you should ,|join the fight :NOto\ <> election Those previously' The land advertsed! for salt

:. id first l| *at a out public land and waterways' registered do not need to en- recently is 20 acres known a.<

.:.' to be-1 I Is Planned, U'iri' Governor Millard (uldwell (hanman of tin roll again the "old county poor farm"

I Army EngineerSay. L'X. !Iiniiid: of Trustees of the Int<'uial improvement] Fund i which was leasd a couple of

standsteam 'l'allahrssee, TODAY that you me emphatically opposed] ,, TAX SALE YIELDS58,33997 >'ars ago to C. A. Harrod: for
::1.\ to 1 the sale of islands along cm beautiful uatcifronts I The Rv Robert Davi. Carniof five years at $25 a year. Th-

3 j :;1f1bhera I Word has been received: here Tanou force your imagination to picture theater- ruion 011 rorme Bapti< lease was transferred to Mr. and

Pompano, from Ma]. Blase N'meth army 1 1I WH of :Martin\ county-a few years from now-with each pastor here tnd Arms chap, n IN Mrs, W. A. Fliers who are living

I th fourth. I eng neer in Jacksonville that L P ;Ln:' :r S, Augustln'. little pictuiesque( 1 Island along the shorelines dotted with : ha.bi J n) named Christiana" in the small house on the property -

i 1- n d u p water hyacinth will b= rmoved president ,II.; th Florida: Forest shacks: 01 fish houses, or miles of fish nets draped in the and who wan.cd: to buy It
of
teacher slid director mu sui
I I .h; semi- I from a section of the St. Luclerlvc" and Park A"'Iltlun.i announc d un' I I'I I 6-YEAR PERIODCounty's for taxes.

4 I. ..,uff! con- i I today the <':nplj>ment of William I his: i II' the situation that will exist ff the State of and cvann'lism at Norman Jun Relatives of Julius Magos disabled

i I' nd Pom- A recent field investigation' F. Jacobs Tallahassee as Florida disregards the wishes of> the people and persists lor Coll'ge war vt?ran, attempted to

.-ton and E I fou. d that the north fork of in !peddhiK the pubic lands to tlu highest bidder, as it has Mr. Carrln graduate of Tifton Lands purchase the place for the
I I I the St. Lucie river downstream excUtlv.'rr'tary: of the Association ads el'tlsed its intention do in this Murphy
.
I. inner toj to paperBase High School Mercer Unlvralty.and Returned to Tax young veteran who is still in a .
j rap contest trot t White Cay bridge is solidly Jacobs is former assists bids: running into real money, have gone| into the Baptist Bible Institute Rolls government hospital, and county

: congested; with hyacinths for u nt stat lortsttr thi Internal Improvement BUll I'd at Tallahassee for the officials stated that they would

fifth dist .net of thre miles. Plant T.ie Association plans an ag- ]purchase of the beautiful little islands off the shoreline I of New Orleans, will assunv J R, PomEroy county clerk, like to give the land to the'

a gro th In this section is so ol 'sew all's Point. These island'. dotted along the inland duty In Septmbei resigning c that Martin soldier and would offer it for
V for Jes- Irt'Slve campaign to enlarg Its rl'port.d :oday
der ie that the free flow of Water menbeiship int nslfy resources I wa .erway channel as spoil deposit areas, form nesting\ pastorate he returned to at Cape county has sent a total of $58.- sale-In due 1'gal process-hop-
pitcher'serewball .
s obstructed. Further do.... nstr edt 'atlon [foster forestry and pi es for pelicans and KcagulN =Nature is dealing a May N J.. last December H... 339.97 to the state treasurer ing that no one would bid
: am for distance of about iia'iual beauty of Florida growth' the scenic spots and
.:"rs. Th a park leghlition encourage the \ on was discharged from the Army since 1940 when the sale of tax against him.

a famJybrother: 2'z; miles the river Is partlall!': ful!' production of timber cropson fH h affords> an l ideal picnic spot, for your children and !aa a major He will teach ce\'. delinquent lands were put on When the bids were opened

: coi !estedf xlorida.s. .c million acres of till I future genel'ationll.These ale under the Murphy actInia | the Hiers' bid of $9U'M so
i islands the front of of them eral courses offered for the first
rangements are bang mad are yards some
much higher loan the bid of
tlirb,rlancis, buns about state- Includes property which
end< and to < the ,.-t beautiful estates in Florid where the nation's outstanding time at Norman, President Boduihamer -
rear hyacinths !nth: Inter < ; : $100 by Mrs Magos that the
(l' and E.. Rid! (Ire control. back a state r.v' rt:d to state ownership Ui
at of flood ontrol.. navlga- business! men come for rest and recreation andI'ttllh" said. I board voted to "table" the sale:
part and recreational )I 1939 for delinquent taxes for
h_ .. for th'reported program
''tic not be found in their! northern homes They i I
: and public health. AccordIng ) as: can
R s'ntatlves of veterans'organizations
:
to .fleet public;1 needs and pre- 1 A native 01 Perry Fla., Mr :934 and prior >ears Under the pr
to Major) Nemeth! the work JIH public property and owned b\ the Slate-the state : who had previously .
see e historical and scenic areas, Carrln has don postgraduatostuc1y new state tax laws, lands which
wil begin upon receipt of ap- wi ich is \\C. THE PLOPIi. I filed requests with the boardto
and work for the better coordination I at Harvard Unlveralty.aerved became delinquent for taxes
the past pri.! al from the chief of Engineer If you, Mr Citizen canhether a precedent i is> to I of th the sell the land to Magos/ offered -
of all i and as superintendent from 1934 to 1939 became
urstry re-
![ aailflstvrsthree In ishtngt"n. D C he ret by this first\ sale of public islands/ > in :Martin county..ACT I Harahan. La to raise the Hire bid
th Baptist Mission of the counties and as
sou-c' amncle state property
re- m ? -. =N"The( '! voice of the people if it loud enough, I "of'--
-- I Commander Fred Stafford
Jacobs will cUvoc: his full time Sunday School field worker for such will b; sold-by a similar
n Slupes can sate the beauty of our natural surroundings> formed. I the Stuart Legion Post bid $930
PERMITSFOB tc the furth lance of such; aPt the Tennessee Baptist Convention process-by the counties The
I :: Woody THREE lendless. winding \\ nteruinhabited b> buds and In the narrr of th' Legion, to
o run I and stat evangelist for county retained no part of the
f enhanced by all of God's beauty in this land of flowers
fI the Florida Baptist ConvnMonHf mo ie received from the state obtain the land for Magos. but
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I C I Iflt I! \VHY IS THIS ACTION= CTimCAL' This is why :
batur.2 I I the board explained that the
ENSIGN: OK.IIUKSON has been pastor of shurchc sales i except a S10 fee for pro-
r ( PIERS ASKED Dtcpiise there me island\ and also some much
J and a many '. I land was not being "auctioned"off
: \OiLU! In' NAVY at Codfiry Bostwlck Brad){) cess'ngi and nothat the counties !
I :: huger parcels of man-made land-within the limits of
'j ock:d two I and refused the bid
Thi cteonvlllc! Naval Personnel I L'a\'tt.! Ala.. Cape May and have gone into the real
f and H. 6.piiiation Center Martin county, The \\ateifr has been practically taken t toff Stuart tst&t: business, they in Urn, :..."I'ht et!* '\ISItIQ\
I 1 c:::: _:.o, or two alruries I iWilerfront Projects To In. \ re-I the market by high type residents who will build I ---- will no part of their tax sale |lot white heat and emotions
t.d
po. today that t Ensign William pay
'I :,nk Pennock c,ude Extensive Improve- estates which will make a paradise of this locality, The income to the state I I wer inj:cted into the business
A OIl;IJter'on of At-
I: 1; :' .. garnered !aunt demand for waterfront peqerty.After 1 fathers remained adamant! O
value s:t at 25 per cent of 1932
StllHtI ,
i t51( I.E ti bthe
the State sells, to the first paitj it will not '
/ :
projects. includUH assessed valuation-at which D. Quinllvan; made the motion
[: t c Po I.i Thomp- extensive improvements III N.ty \Uk" 3F isuleied fair to refuse future buj cis' People of :' IIl'l IN HALF DURING time assessments were still at Arthur Sims seconded it and C.
\\'AKE UI": Stop the first sole of our
I th St. Lucie river area are rei County, / boom tame standards Using that I :M Fletch:r concurred with them

*"N PE': URII: OFMiVIELRs i i v:bled In applications to th FARM F LOANS AREA be ,tuty. spots'! United our influence will be felt in the : figure for computing purposes! It I on the vote Warren Shlpes and
A weak voice will be lost in the -
I Wa department for permit to) state chambers LAST 16 YEARS ma; estimated that the $58,- Lane nnln.s, St Luci; repre-
,tWire the Governor i today-It is duly to the '
:
Keel. up the cctutruct bulkheads, groin>. IIP your 000 tax collections places lands scntatlve on the board, voted

bcrs for the : fill. piers and yacht basins. AVAILABLE A NOWMartin / liuim generations of this locality! valued at four times that I against the rejecting of all bids

:Ulowsj : I Application has been made b\ Florida Counties Still Paying amount back on the tax rolls. Sims stated that he felt that
S\LIKNO: BONDS: SOI.I)
\ II ."', I W. A. Llppencott of 2512 West I For Boom Building However Mr. Pomeroy stated 20 acres wax more than a dis
-- MILLION POUNDSOF 11'U WAIt Ul K l'ILTUS
19 475 24th at.. Chicago for the Snuu County Farmers -- With State Aid that to get an cs.imatt moreaCCiratl" : abled'et'ran n'edd and that

i 6 .429 Harbor i corporation, to dredg I for todays market
Being Financed For Salerno refunding bonds for t'u'UUlwt/\ / / I'll;! 'J'''
19 .40-1 anr fill an area at their yacht I TALLAHASSEE ,..}" .- The : price, two times the tax colUc-: '
1946-47 Crops INSECTICIDENOW - --
St. Lucl- blvd I the defunct municipality of should be usd. That
1-1 .304 cluj property on debts which Florida countiesran tlon figure EMLRSON KRAMER

11 .305 described as lots 8 to 13 inclusIve Herb rt Deal field sup rvisor Salerno, amounting to $17000 up to build roads In: the i:' would indicate that more than I CHOSEN BY LEGION

,I 11 .268 The proposed area Is 80 were sold to Warner B. Tilton, boom period have been' more $100000 wotth of property Is i
fo: the Emergency! Crop and RELEASED I FOR BOYS' STATE
6 .200 feet wide and extend Into th" Feed Loan Offlc", stated 'that highest bidder, for 01.123. Only than cut In half during th: last back on the county tax rolls, due

5 .161 river 350 feet The dredging 16 years and Interest rates arc I I to Murphy sales
loan arc available to farmers other bidder was the First National Emerson Kramer, Inch "idiuol
:5 I ,238 wll' be carr :d to a depth o: pur-I dropping on the balance, the: 1 It 1s also interesting to note
the senior selected
In Martin county to finance JACKSONVILLE The of Klbslmme; which offered was by a committee -
5:I ,33J eight fret below mean low wa- production of their 1946-47 crops state board of administration I that common acreage: In the : headed by Roscoe Rol
chase of more than 23.000 a flat 91. which was assessed ai
6 .316 ter I I reported Tuesday. county :
Applications for oans are now 111 ns, as the local representative
'to' 3 .187 A boat slip, to be dredged into being wrltfn In the county pounds of DDT concentrate by I The bids were opened at Fri- When ths board started functioning high as $10 an acre In 1932 U of the Harold Johns Post of the

." 2 ,,166I the property, will be 175 feet agents office In the Oughtcrson three Florida agencies to combat II day's meeting' of the county as a statutory agency in now on th roll at an averag American Legion at Boys State.

I 2 .286 wite and extend into the land building. mosquitoes was announced board which now has chaise ol. 1930 It took ovr administrationof of $2.50 to S3.00 an acre. i Boys' State is another pre-wai

2 .667 about 300 f:'et.-the same depth He stated that. In addl:'!'on to I today by the regional office of I I the business affairs of the town finances for outstanding activity which is being revived

'07I of 'lent feEt. financing the production of the I War Assets Administration of Salerno which rendered Its county bonds totaling $160517- BANKS REPORTBIG ; this year by the Legion posts allover \

I MIvS. K. T, IIIRD PLANS crops regularly grown In thIs I Largest customer was th" U. charter u few years' aftrr the 148 with interest payment prospects the U. S. An all-cxptnst

Wnn Lo..tt FUR AT PORT SEW'.11L vie pity loans are also being 8, Department of Agrlcultuic at boom. I of $133351275 total: ol trip to the state capital Is given

1 : II Contractor. A. Matthews applll' made for the production ot I Panama City, which purchased T ._, -- $293868423 due to bondholders to boys l"cted I to spend a weekin
I <1 for a permit for Mrs K. MAPP ACCEPTS NEW If the securities paid Interest INCREASE
3 1 these crops so vitally need:d because approximately 15.000 pounds of Tallahassee where they learn
:5 I tie 1 T. Ford to construct a pier at of the world-wide food 100 cent concentrate The POSITION IN TEXAS until they matured 'the process of operating state
her Port sewall property The shortage this year. per riilNCIP\L THIN: :\IF.U \Vithdiawal against checking affairs
Martin Anti-Mosquito
STRATION CROUP proposed concrete pier with Flans for 1946 call for increased District at County Stuart secured 6,000 I Robert M ipl>, who was !iiiuit- By last June 30. the board r_' accounts in Florida: banks total- As some counties arc nut us-

tOPICAL SAT 5 FARMS I timber deck, will project into production of many food pounds and the City of Veto Ily discharged from the Navy Air potted, the outs:ending principal I ed more than three billion dollars Itng up their quota-one boy for

.LOCKS the wat:rway about 90 feet from crops The production goal for Beach, 2000 pounds, I corps after serving 18 months had been trimmed to $95.-: through May this year the each hundred Legion members

T' "' Farms home th, mean high water shore line such of these crops as the Ex- Mon than a million pounds: I as an Ensign left Thursday foi 319,281 and future Interest to I IS29.451.809. rsearch: division of the Florida -additional representatives

:rt: : met the and be about four feet wide tel sion Service considers can be allocated Fort Worth, Texas, where he has leaving a total obligation State Chamber of Commerce r- be sent from smaller counties
at the insecticide
coup was
sir tlul>son Reddish at \JERSEtlTfc TO successfully planted and grownIn of by the San Francisco regional accepted a position as of $134,771,090. Shier' Jan. I ported yesterday la Its weekly The Stuart Rotary club voted
Bill IN STIART mist with the Globe 1. 1943 the state board composedof : business review
, ncheon and busl- F.:?bert C. Schock of 816 Curator 1h ned for funds necessary local Company, Inc Oov Caldwell Comptroller J.1 I "This total marked a 24 per another candidate from rrrc,
Health Service public
ft. Building, Hoboken N. J.. for for the production of these crops With his wife, (' M Lee and Treasurer Ed Larson I cent increase over the first five
of
veterans
s 1 nade wr-im Contractor Herb Young will! be given special conslderatlo health agencies and baby daughter, Roberta Jcann"' ha been In complete charge of 1 1co'inty months of 1945 In Florida business THE WEATHER
for each II The New Yoiki. 1
We rId War rter r
/ rk; t wl:i build a $15.000 home In St ) with the view that credit he has spent six weeks vacation road and bridge debts I as reflected:: in debits to in- ,
la or the coming t Lu. :e Estates has asked for :apet I will be extended wherever nedd .\ !'onal office Is now allocating wltn his parents, Mr. and Mr*, and has taken over all reflnaninir :- | dlv'dual accounts, and trebled ohm' .tv., "PO k. ,.' r.o.d I.r
ar demonstration 1,5 17,985 pounds of powdered I"hn M.nu.. ll.I v. Weather Ub.rv., ,
I
': 'nit to construct a bulkheadan I so that no farm family will Edt':ard Mapp, at their home ,, supervision formerly held by the national rate for the same Cite Hell siu.r I.

-! II i the absents of groins at his place on Rlver- oe denied the opportunity to DL rand 52129 gallons of 25 on the South oik, Mrs, Mapp I II the counties themselves period:' the res-archers stated M."m T..ur.. MmmumA R..dn., e '

u' .I' tnscoe aid Drive : nuk Its maximum contributionI pe: cent solution, WAA officials and baby accompanied him to III the three and a half years It was pointed out that specialized ,". I 91 t5A. I

county ''me plans specify a concrete'I I to the food production program. tall I. their I new 1 home I : I Ii since the board was given that causes for greater activity ...',. I 3 91 n IIAus.

I ZrrzreaUon; meeting sh .t pile bulkhead to extend ;I emergency crop loans are i I authority:: by constitutional in the state, other than 4,5., ... i I 9'91' 7sA. is j

ate in ac. tea the entire waterfront otth 'i aviflable to farmers, .either own amendment It has refinanced i ico'nty gereral Inflationary influences : I 'I

a
p a", .ere program.Mrs, Jeannett Those 18: Pet, to be In line with ex- I!: mi ke arrangements; for I land to ]! We Apologize 611 by !Issuing new securities at'' wie: more tourist spending Increased { NO RAINFALL DURING WEEK i., 7

I tin- Lucille IstMg bulkheads at abutting (aim; who own or have the USA/ I lower Interest rates to replacethe realty sales a marked: 1'
Baker
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snare:; Sawtell. Mrs ?r. >ertles on each side above The I I of necessary work stock and \Ve lire sorry to have t,, run four pages of to. old onesBARTLETT. groith In industrial development THE TIDES \

.rP aZaa and the hostess co' r\g\ will a'r,3.8' feet I|' egilpm nt with which to farm I dpyV, Issue of the Stuart News on colored paper but ---- and relatively better prices i iI

h mi m low an I who can give as security a AC cannot help It. I BROTHERS for agricultural products. i
hock also plans construction fir,t lien on the crops to be I TO REPRESENT WIRA I --- --- ---- I, r rairh
White Is still rationed
along
. : I four concrete sheet pile I Igl' newsprint paper SEVEN GET COMPENSATION: I .n' 10. .t., ror M L.."U 1 1Inkt
of
('Ol"XiYSPIT.L i : financed These loans will be e1 ,
"
1.Li I I with sugar We are fast approaching the limit ot I em' the + ondlnll August a. v
Io ns, located on 45.25-foot cen- mEde to farmers who are unable I Leslie and Howard Bartl:tt Unemployment compensation .KUnd.r4 Tinfur ... '. .
Mrs. for 1916 and there still five months to
Raymond Clc- l I, to extend Into the wat r- our quota are the Martin county I II amounting to $89,00 was mad to I
'ndiantown ti to obtain loans sufficient to We have been running 12 nearly are new ; H...oi'. l-rfn, .dd. 1 h.u 66 !
0.r
announce'or I I
B wa 20 feet from, and at right meet their needs on reasonable go pages every ler-resentatlves of the Indian seven persons. two men and five .Inut. far hl.h .nd t hour. it n.lnu'
a Iod f week with the demand for and low
.rA daughter Marts to keep we
I I up space
les to the bulkhead River Broadcasting company, worsen during the week endln II"C ; .. ,
II I an I terms from other sources will contine I ; II.d .Uy by Oil: b U. I/ear.. r C CI
tuI to run as Irrge t. paper as necessaryout / -
further asks the permit succeeding Capt. D. B. Hearn July 27. in the county
i e L. M Johnson -
isa.loner Agent emphislzed
and Mrs Phil of it is. to be on colored (whicho i I K. 11''
103!) Home going paper ;: h
of area M, ,
bays intrude dredging an that these loans arej who resigned Aug 1. State payments amounted to A.M. ,ISM.
announced the far is unrationed). I 1 iYrL s a..8 Sl40 Ilion ,
of ar- feet long and 30 feet wide to a I The new agents will maintain $122.184.50. a decline from $131.- .,. tla1
a not restricted to selected upI I I' sos 5,55 ioU
I IIs 11'81
daughter, born Nan-\ So bear with us, and we will give all the ....... '
death of six feet The dredged pll-ants but are available to all you I headquarters at their radio shop I II 356 for the previous weak and .., 11 6,16 1,.' I tas5, t
white get which isn't much, ( tie 7,46 1,07,
material will be deposited shore- paper we can Seminole bs made to 7122 of whom b H 'I" ll: : :
e0 admitted 'tof farmers who can establish ell- I at 234 ave. or may 3.954 1006 5,16 1u, 4 t
: Mrs. Wary' E. A. M\ .
: wed
If 5,53 1,64 11110, ,
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reached 209 were men and 3,168
: by phone women.
Utility I Than. .
Paln1 II 136
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I I 1'-:' --Mrs Barba M Ferson' of Walton Miss Sa!'It I, Ii

lltll::MsllP| ( I.ASs linllixMIRFT MK l\lt Milsmtt PI: ( .: Miss, Ml MX Rl TdllK I I'I 1C'M(' IIONOIMNC. DITCH l'UI'\l'I' ( lilt Judge A O Kanner returned I Saturday morning for man OR "

: PU FflTMi \' \\\ imc.imnMi ; III \\ t'U I INMr ..., J'T.\I:: r.1I HOI'NT f.lFSTSMi :Mtri: IK.mum I Saturday after spending a fOI.tnight left I '

'. and Mr*. \1ni\in HR."vII : .llId \1 1: Phl,I Pincitlnit II. :' and Mis Robert H Me- I 1h mem DPI..s of the Dutch I \lslting his biothers in Wa hln ton to visit' er dnugh-! I grandmoinward, \]; I

, I I'I <. w('re liou to th,. in mb'l i inl C'Hum! and Mr Fred A Staf- Thursday at the California lei. Mrs Joseph Svec! ,
\ !" \\i 1111 le innuunce !thibli Trea. Club met i
t Hie Friendship class inUiolr i Jord of Coconut Row, St Luci
I h .. cliuiihtir. Patrlcl for luncheon which i
: .t 1 a Lighthouse
.... I husband Friday nltiht n i,I F-nte&. !lave a picnic party, I
('ami bom :M, ndi\' it the :Mil followed by biidue Piesentwire '
hell' home 1118 O.HCeola Buileaid |, 1' '1101'1111( their week end guests, was I

\' St Lucle E tats Th r ', iiI. Ci .ntHo..pltBfUDl.t ,., \1// ..ll1d11": Steven A, Strlght [ Mrs T J. F Kennedy Mr. .

looms "'cr' benutlfulh den" F.I'., PI ic:. Sunday at th"nfiunt I L W Birnes. Mrs. StanlEY ;

wl \ \l h Minim" Mow' i ih IfO\OmSC: ""e < home of Mr and I III' Arbo-
\ : P\KT\ Kltchlng Mrs L Ashby
put I" bowl en the sun p"1 ni ',I rlTTMXMJi M Ted Chambers at Jupiter) !
\IK \ UIII" Mr. Arthur ChapjvlkaMi ,
,\ i'/Hsdpd l //1\1' bMr: EII i I. .11I d 1 Othn guests were MuK gast
:\ .,.. l :M Rrbert H M<" ,. Archie Kldd, Mrs. 805118 !
'I' 1 111U 'I l'oll/l\\'lnll./ a dcluK. D-m !Mi and Mn John
( .1"" .,. "/,, !ath:r. Fr<'dsi McPherson' Mr. Earl RlcouMis ,
L :'lit Miss Dee Ken-
1.11 It 1 'uppu L ime< ind i'ul1 i nniRei
; ., ,: It. \ hut Tucv ., ., H M KKlfeld Mrs. Paul 1895
I, \If i 1'1' pHwcl Tin II i st l 11(1 Qunri King ESTABLISHED
(I.,., \' 11! ,',.. honor O Juct-
Hoenshel. Mrs Robert ,
I"" lu('.''ii"I d I Mi nui Mi : tM
mi. :Mi .u c I :'II. ..*':c\! O Pltt- of:.s. rinnr: :MFT I and Mrs. Edgai' Martin
"I Ku Jil I' : '. ind :Mr I IMi con
..... II'i at ::1:. ''n:. .11 Coco- .\\\OODM\\: H\II, i were won b:" Clematis Street WEST PALM BEA
,. : and Mrs ) bWOP High score ptlzes 312 (
,iI'l \11' '4111 ', .:,' J .1 Ru'01..< .'. ..J..I"ttd Mi fa :M, m D. is oi th> OES. Circle ,' :\11'11, Kenn-dy, Mr*. Birnes amMis .
.., .1,1 :III' J'1.1 I :Menningei. .\\'oulman hall
'' Thursdiyi : KltchlllgMr
/ 111.11'0'111' :Mis RMi l i iI
I id :\f,,, \\ : ,. Oberhouvi ill- I son ing foioi7T ___ ___ Come to the New Fashion Center of the Palm neachelAnthony's '
K .111 1 J In hi' 1.J 1.-. I
on : : Yb'I; ;; :
: i.?i ;, 1 L. .ie* were won : i to In the fall Edgar Swann of Castle
)" :Ml and I M" I
",11 I the
,..:, _.' :.11\ :Mi ..IIHI1.I : 1. ,'. ,. I oM: .--. oi,.. :."u>- and Mr &S \ JIC'I'Jlh i' noon luncheon was :,Hill Port Sewal) has gone to Second Floor is now Open to Public'!
M i 11". : 1\1'd 1 It) Mis A M Johns Mn .
N J to
; Red Bank
SII. '.>l 11 :Mi .i id 1 M. ))1 ,.' Buffalo fiom All New!
.\ r HiLiith Mrs. Rilph Ul- Frledi Von Wrangelt It's
An, I I ,,n :Mrs LucilMi H. visit Mrs I
,I( : J.1l11, OD ,: HRS"' IM\101 ES'rr.nT\ts : and Mis |" I.. nhrr 110'1 i :Misilllam Olver, lriI and plins to go on to Clilcagi Air-Conditioned !
.1ohn I Hilton, Mis A B Cad well, It's
Ii. )' R ((1(1..11 :Mit Mrs WITH' 01:.NsUtT: .t\D C .tKIM It ha\r .iiiiiuuniil I tin. jppioaih to visit iclatlve*, .
:Mi-. Sophia Hiibrocht MisLC I ICi ----- -
:. I '. ....' tin' RiP' .. :Mix-' : !. 1" i> DIMS cntei':allied Inn niarrut/. or Ihrir daughteiMisv ', It's Beautiful !
l.,'!! L. Rowl '. h'r
... I, "I 1".1:1: E: T ,or1: :' 7)i) .r' .1"e':n "in' with detueitind j daulht'rI
: [\rl\n Rutrlur to Janus ::111' R P N. Ison. and giandIneis S. M, WALL CO,
I lal I Mix A. C', Blldites li' :Ml 1 ('.lId. .11 hoi 1' horn at Hobe 1\1. :
: Tuikn'. lurnier stuirta: \\' < /. Lois and ('a 1'01.In.! Cnn'roctorUITC'HJIIoG. hat collected
-- buyer
old Mrs Homai D Hudson. :\I-:- *",II1(: o '\1'> :Mis RobertH Anthony'g new ladies' readyto-weai aome< of then,
Lewis Bell, Mrs. Flota Coibetl I. ; AND lLEAHIM.N.
A u Plttman and :''III's. C' Rf :M l ,,' i :MiJohn' U ifteran nflor :Miinu Hieurddinj .... [ .. this .
quip. and coats nhown in county and
Mrs Violet Armoi. Mis. Minor beautiful .uiti, dresses ever they
f-.III.h. I :'II'LI..J.C i J' :\11', Ami I' 1 Ob'rM will take pltie In (heMrdniillsi 222 NOHlii 121. !oT"LETFUI'
1 ICivapp, 1\11'0 Dot' CoNsabuom, "."... FI..ld.,
a
11.. ., : :. :l1'lIa, \\ .iliac MlMfi 1'1111 nil herr nt\\\ Mrs. .. all being shown on Anthony'* newly remodeled Second Floor
John W Oll cn and M
J.I" i\1'Phpr'1I: :Mr emy .
.MR I.MI MRS, romno month -
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and Mrs J. R Pomerov A II'C-
D.I' '. ...I'd11"I : RJ'<'la id Iled- ... find brand
will only
not
\ \on.rr: BIBTU OF 110" ond ill- :. K P: '" II' h.ah. 'coies wtreL '
Mi and Mr*. Edwin Pollard MR \M> Mltsr.nr Thursdav. AIIB I 15: at tin
.' ..: '.1! *. (OD*'11011< ind :'MM I : mme better and lovelier merchandise, but now, fixtures, counters, table> handsoir.uphoUtered >.
uiu ounce the blitli 01 a s''n, McCillunMn : i i\tit ritni plnci' and a ruvoi
/filly 30 ot the Cla\\'toul l tun? > 1 nri Mr Rob i'. :Mipp i on will b? s 'ncd! furniture
i
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Hipitul Atlanta Mu PoJ l.N
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a daughter 01 Mi*. E J. Smith .4VD )111". M ..('U\IHF. ia.1 buitins jnd! Kwimmlng. \ ALSO PUMPS FOR SALE Room where ,
!\ 8tindaat theii parent'.sMt I I There will be a beautiful Crystal original design! >f dni.
..1.t ol St Luel" "Esut" This OXOn( !KON!' .\M IJ UKIULMr !:: par Fort Pierce, Florida :
..s \fr.. Smithc first LnnaehlldItZVlGE diul :Mr Carroll Dungonb a nd 1 \I'M"\ Ed: \\"nr i horn un tlu' South Fork
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IItttria/ltd/ *ith th FREDERICK L. PORTER
K Gilhland
W
Thoj nu t n! luclud : : tttBI1W first ot i re! > u' ,'arti's. hon- Foot Specialist
and! :MiJ,)lin t"Icn: 1111,uc'' Phone 32 R
/ PlKTYThi o'mz: ;i : :1 ('ir <(L.t and hi* b:'IdeMr Room 204 -
Te'u-\ Club enteiUin- and Mis JothJ1 Dunn'(,inbr 'Mr' .ll1d :Mr Rbe: \I.'C.II.: .uuBuc Sunrise Theatre Bldg There will be a Junior Department, where delightful clothe* art ataihi
e .111(1 .11111 CI Iki Cm'1 1Bei \' I
iip|
',.1 i 911 member: laiuidav I n "*ht of Fort L-. at their '!ii Di'. 1.1\\i Lofli K i'd' --- a _ for those who have discovered that "junior" in ready-to-wear ref" n, in IF
the nome Cenaru\ u:. Riv<>r.lde
t SwMce Club
I djsttxe
; Tom i H.'LI I''' n. P-up\" 1. nil nen
..nt Mr.. L. Ashb\' Arboabt! Drive, St Luoif Cat: Saturda R J\\dm" LICII.. H'!' \I.lun PiVn NO USE,ooc.1"ORHe. 1 1INSISTS ,f'Il' r not to age
Mis. Carl Roth .. \ :\eniiiL !thr\ -a\ a i'''>.k- ON' GOIMOLlST '
:\I: F MK"i .." .IIH'i ,\Im Tm),.: ,,1 PLlj. I
imer and si...tand:i MiL. tail paru' ami I *' : d l.,\ ninht a :al"lpl1lt t-40M 1'0 ::rJTO: I f'WIRA WIRA BE SURE TO VISIT ANTHONY'S 'fill: FASHION CI NTFR OP '1 liE PA
ha\li .i' mc't* Mr 1 }i
D McKfr<.li. 01 J nsen 81'11I'h. upper t
'I,,uColemai \\'a.In chaie e. and Mn Oeorui KIIIl'IIPr :Maior f* I BFACHtSANTHONY'S,
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rill' Cola bar. Hid Mrs. Beit I K: UL.U I' and Mrind li f\ Stuart OHic..:

MrJ. H 8.JJ1lh :Mi' Sm.tl 4ST- 'J nartlptt Ul'U DEPARTMENTS! STREFT FLOOR Men's Furnishing, M

VR, .%sn MMlil r""ut \ 1 III' Held Rirmlnill.. Shoes, Men's Hats, Co mctic., Accessoiies: Costume Jewelry, Lingerie. UniforLadiei '

\ : niNMK '110", ISMi s null Floiirii (" .J.'"., ;;- j ,.:. t.\ Handbags, Ladies' Shoes, Juvenile Shop, Children's Shoei, InfaiWeai
:' '. and Mrs J. R .\\1'.
Pomeroyeit All Types of Pumping :;; >.. "'! MEZZANINE Men's Clothing SECOND FLOOR Better Appnfcr :
'. ined it rii inei' BUllda)' -- ----- - I :;- ; '-

.!iui hom( 011 St L Khonoiint ('. < New 10000 gallon Pump f \' =-_ ';,:-----..__ Phone Women, Crystal Room, Bridal Room, Junior Department, Millmerv THI i
ROTARY CLUB : / -... ,-.
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Jll :: : ; JONES & MAYLSP --- FLOOR Budget Shop, Beauty Salon,
,m io\ oi 1 O 11 ci STUART No 3202 @ .. -- -
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1Pjl' 1 t.1 K" O HI'H I MS GRILL :
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II cUtfIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII'HIHIII MALE HELP WANTED11I1111I111111111111111111I111111I111111I11I1111' flounced the marriage of her Mi and Mrs. M. H. Rowell Hi ,, will .1 al the. ( VV> 1.1 In Rl, ,larlForlHi ('irtirireta. No. al-s.l liaued July A.'igual 20th 1114il fir lamia In MARTIN
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I THREE FIRMS ,. ., .''VItO: o.l.k, I'. on WedUMlay I I. 11. covering Cola 4 end u, COUNTY. deieilbPd,, .. follow. !
daughter. Mrs. Virginia Metzger entertained at dinner Wednes- I, Ihi. 14th day .f Augu.'. ADI Ilcok end eaiieiaed I In the name Two .m.1 iilandu approximately

WANTFII.r"|i.it. ,. \..,,.IK, ,,.,> HKe' 11' to Walter J. Boharmon of Titus- I I' -. for thy fiuipino of hearing any t J.m. A Stalyoln.Cyrtiflyat. I 000 : rhh ; eoutheaiit:: of I ; V
day the Indlantown il I iilioni that lie preaenled at dp"Ir, l Inuinn River,
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to !? I r. .10"t ? evening "
A"Ih M. .r
ii W.I. ville
on Sunday July 28. The Na. I I"p d lufir In Section
Ittm'.W...1.t. lilt, .t.o, timp. and for ,shinguyhitctton ItS near IP V
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A" '.1'. PLAN BUILDINGSGarage Baptist Lot 2Z4. Mock : South: Hang* 41Fa.I tI
COUp! will live In Titusvllle pastor the Rev. C. V. pr"I' I. IX' .ov.rlhl ll, Townahlp
w- nl-I. :.. ,,.'. .1 ., ,:, llali'l, Ihii I" lav uf 3ils. AD. ;x. TIltS: I BFA( II "I.AT1..VIlt ronialnlnit" approximatelyr I j
..,.;.I ;. ; BU8(1. and the Rev. L Q Cian- .'" D FLAT No. I nr OleI'Io > ttf acreaIhp
I'. f..d 'p,"', .VtVt.VV, '"., ','I'I'?' ? ', I .1.I I I.. COLFMAN Mayor .h No. I. Olympla Beach No 5and pur.h., ... I U lo pay IN* *.. .
j [ V ittititt i VVJV'tVVVV'VV A ,
fl It'V.'h. 1'1" I. e: V. i'', MORE ABOUT ford. Baptist minister of Home- J,ipllpr liland .. In II. ,' rout .

Restaurant and : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Pane 10 Martin Counly 1 aneeiaedIn I .rl.111. ,nf Internal I Implore.nilIll -
stead who Is conducting a revival I the name of Walter A. I'.r. rund .n'aeriethe llllkl to 0.a ..
WANt S I K.: "''V'VVV'? I r.,,,, ".,, ," Filling Station Structure County Fathers hid..
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APPLICATION eyl.ryaI
NOTICE OF .1
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1,11" r".h.1' I4t' service at the Indiantown luli
IheCot.nl
All of arid properly being In .the Trualre* of -
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., To Be FOR TAX
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I..t.t.IVi Erected III..1
1" .W. 1 i.'i I' DEE II .
Hot,.. Bill > of M.lh. Ilal. of rlnrldiL'nkM Fund of Ih Slots a
( onliin! l Oni, ) church. S
( from ; nf Hurlda,
IhatII
page NOTK k. IK IH-KHIY ( IVI<;N ,
IIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFEMALE ,
... yyrttil palroror' lift.I.caiei MIILAKU P
City II IIIKIWN' Ih. of the .1 CALwEL
building permits this hol. rulow. I
'; I redeemed according to governorAlteuli
HELP WANTEDiimiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiii he favored dividing the tract LEQ4L ADVERTISEMENT iicirtlflcale. hai .alii crlf. I", .. .hl, deerrlbed In auch rcr j jI.
l ioard
week reveal p V'l.VV fur n died 'lo
plans for three ,
RENT I tilt .. or perllflratpa be sold to C. P.1.1.101.I ttecnlaiy'
FOR ( 'Ill,' .'yrlifi e.lemi ml. .II
MENTS o" Pr .
WANT '.II. T."., t.VVVtVV' h..h. I' new business structures here.C. evenly between the two bidders \irlr: li INTENTION: '10 IlEGlilTI. ; I I........ lh<* ". of the .pran .,.> ,I.h.. hlRh.t bidder .1 Cu",1 Itoutyd I I. I I..n...

iiiiiiiiimii.iiiiiiii!!. .!.!. I.. Jr. r.r .".",,". A.h M, .H"V VI WI."m. H letting Heirs have the part with I' H(TITII'H NAMhNOilCr ; I,. and ''h. "riptun.hlch II .. PEI'Tl'.MIIEII'I'd" nn ISO; ..1.I"Monday, .h.rh In I. thy mnn'h'S..C..r I I. 1-. U. Aua I I. S. I.

OtIVVVV. .1."'., A'VV'' Hardwick obtained permit .: eIVI'N.; : 'hot a.. nt'd an r.lu.. UNIt day or 1540. LEGAL I
th and I lh, ," I ,under 'the I I'V't.. ... of SEI'TEllt.R. ADVERTISEMENT _
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w.iiVi.: V., VtVVVVIV,k. M",. I". for his son Paul Hardwlck fora ? smal building acres ?"...I..I.n.,1."H., Hoi I.I. hlnl Uie.. v.111 I ..,'"f. ,. N.. I tSS. I toita'd I July looted' thin VIral day of A inuil'. I(Kit
t. tak. ,1, lull.. ..," -h.irk I | ,,.1.( for $915 and Mago the vac nil t'r ('|Itch 1'1..1 ('.,".., ..r I. 14. riiteilnii Lot10 and I J. R. I'UM Orcuit Courtof NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
Si.art. H.. I Ph..."... .'" 1'11.I. $2.000 restaurant to be erectedon ant lit...tin, County. rlorlda. upon ,irrcllH, of h'ln. .'1 of Coot Coant ('. ., ,tIOY..rk. .. FICTITIOUS NAME '
** *-f* 10 acres for $100. He suggested IMIIANHIVHI "i. 1
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a.s-flrf iiiiiimmiimiMitmiiimimmiiHiiTTiiWANTED$ ; their property at the lntr- further that the Legion flillll. ...UK. name. In.will, lov.ni.hlne, ... Mouth 'CI'.ul,Lose'UOII01HY I I'IMUr.: O C.Ansst NITII'E IX HHO.IIY (lIVEN that thrundpr.lunpil

{if Lu ,33 3; It-}! section of the Federal highwayand use its money for a NEW and 0 VVVr'Jii.in, m.rk dIn Mftt Sni.i Ci nnt.. undir. J'n.n whl.hHi. ,Kami,'yep.norypl. 11.42 rant I lst..aor. : containing.aedtnth 4)) I. 0. II and >:. l Chit t.t.'r tlH'iS: undi, I:..'the. .f provlalun Mnrlda, : : A.t 4

;1 modem house the ... h. r-luililiT., that 'the "narllei Interim .. name of 11.1,. Hound CompanyIherrtillun ; .f IHI will rrol.l.r I v.llh the .tIM f
: ,;., 0" D m iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniIIM !I I the Indlantown road. for veteran. ,I I".1., / hl.ln..* a-". an r..l.w" of, l'r.'l|,erty of A. LEGAL ADVERTSEMENTNOTICE :the Circuit C.ul. I In,; and I"
''Ir .I' WAN! I'll at. .,, s" In I r,1".ln. Qulnlivan and Fletcher again SAl HAN MrMlrll; I'I.AT I ( IKIN. All County,. I Horlda. ui.i., receipt of proof
n tho'l ho.. ..V..0! ''H, OttitVt' Plans call for a 2 x 30 tootrtlMoI'ced l I'. 1(10l. 10'B. "K\C.. l-LAf NO. I ai In I'l 10 OF SALE ,..r publlrtann if thi. niillcc-, the Hull"itHllNHlK -
m I !.n. (' Ur"fIf t."AN concuired) but no agreement was )Ktimrl', Ho.ldn1IAHKY NOTICE l I. hpreuy oho Ihat "Mmcndend ..," I

.. n." -(I.l.f., ,, ; concrete building reached. GIAMUrK. .OflIlto a final deyeey r.I.u' l'IIAIIMACY. unAr .hlillwi
." :,.I ;; !I'. (I. Him, UlKliiarl Cirllflcale. N,.. glue laaiied July by Himorahle M. H hmlthne an. i.limited h,IIP, el II.ar.
."Iluo'. .'I'.".. .r" I., .. .,. Young Hard i-k Is a Navy vet A letter from Mrs. Heirs received HIM Ida, I. 142. eovirlnii Cat D. Block 4. of Ihe Judirea of the ('...,,1 Court Hirida 'Ihat thi' ""RI. In"' .' .

.I.hll.h" "..11, .\n-l-. If.. it IH4II a.d tuOitntielheOamyf'm.ii. ...r Marlln County ."l-lorlda. In Ihe rauaf .. aalil, I l.u-li, .,a .r,. ,
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",' ". it' ", eran of several by the board stated that .
.". ,. 0, .0. years who recently lleiheilnulon, liorkpt Number Ills Chaicery. thirei .tANKs: II. IIHINVRIIOII'ITIIY .
COURT ittt.l.I V"" I''" 'S. ?. '..
LJIMIC .New.rd... .rl she has two children and has no LEGAL ADVeRTISEMENT lairly pendlnabetween' rlorlda btatp <'. HI '"..1.
._ p returned home to enter Cirllflcal" No Hint liaued July 1'i Oa.0e C ompiti,. it. yontialont. and J\Mh;s M : ;HIT.
PtRTMENTSSUMMER ,, civilian place to move. She further NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL I I. Il4t covering I.aI I I. Illnek .. II. II. I Iliono itnd Comp.,, aVda.'hrit. MMK-Alll-r I'. MbGGKTTHtnail .

nOR ID"Ht" 1111111111111111111111111111111111SERVIClS business stated that she has th* great LAD and, it---.d In 'Ihe name of ..d.unL. ;. d'frndoot..n.dat'd July 50. ,' IliirldaJul hR

UART W. R Osbornc MHrlln I "..10,. Annum, '. 15411 ti.nnonirtlflialp. IH" .h..ln Ih. u"d..I"n.d .. '1" > l I' .'.. Auu. I I. N
ARU owner of the _
AVAil est sympathy with men disabled Sill Ill. IS HKKHIY CilVrN IS.,. pin pointed ipeclal flstolCl.Outl' ,
,.. ....'. 111111111111111111I11111111111I1111111$ former Roebuck "VVVVVVIV11' i I ... IMI.. ('h."I' lUllltii ( Nn, 2ITO U.und Jot, nrh decree on Monday Nrplemlier" 2l LEGAL ADV RTISEMEN:
.'. : TRUIIE8. .I.ckln. apartment, gota in th service a her veteran I I.i.,, ".I ",....I.n, Ana if I 1541, ." Hi." I. 112 a'itrr tog loS 2. Illork 1.ami 4r. during the legal h,.ura of lair: I '1 0

..... akl.. etc Ilu.1 C.rp. IRbol.r permit for brother Is confined in a brace 1..t'l'.7. fhmili., 1171*. l I...i ..f Hi.n.laA a..ieed In the name of Icier ei .mr SrI"" a legal I aalei, day. h. fay, IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
.... .klr two-stor struc- ,,.I a. ameM.li. ',"I h> Hicllin II.ChVV't. J. I'I.U. th.. Court, llouac dour of Martin (..aun.I I JUDGE MARl IN COUNTY FLORIDA
ViB gerbeg; lure to be used for with a broken back and that she 1 r 1.1, .. law.. if. rInrlila. Ail.if ,. Dorliln, at Kluarl' liirlde, therein IN IMr: MAI IKK Ul1HK IrSTATr
and 2111.
T. FAGETacPi4O.I Rtuiirt llumblng Metal a garage Is cuing for his two children. I lit! I .. follovlnu. ili'.rrlbed lad In I.Cml: No. 1175. 1.1,, July I .I aell aubjert ,, I'otlfVrmtlt, .,, by OK I t
ESla Phil lence. Phone 100. tf business on the floor MAIiriN County, ,. Hiiilila, to-111 ,c',.t.rlo. Lt.K : Itloi'h 9, ..I Court Ihe following, dearrlhed, I WILLMM J. "l'OV.r.1.1. I
ground I She stated that shj felt a man I rr..I. I I. Itlmk 1. "m..ln.. Ill ..0, .....ml In the name of L.r 1 .d'I.O.altuate In Martin County Hor- f..c.1 .
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiNOTICES l l l M. bleaveiitlfliali. (lIt I I : IllS.'
with apartments on the second IVVVt.O r...t 1 It. Illiit-k .0n"o..II" TO \ ('REI'ITI'llO.; HIATMI
as ill a Magos has been should 1 I" in, mid 'Tract. II. Hloi-k H. i niI I 1.01 i anil I of Her. Ill Tn In KR 1)11 lIUTItEIl AN" HAY.
RATES floor have a more cheerful home than I l'VV' .lik 10 ami. ST LICIK 1 IN- ( No "7. I..led. July,, II halt aubjcct 'In thi SEC rl.h.or. ISO ANY CI.AIMH OK DfcMM"l>8AOAINXT
IHI I' rAUMX 'lielnii ltltItnin'V I. 112 ri.M.lnir. l I. It link II .,, rHTAlrlMil ,
111111111111111111111111111111111111111 The building will bs 29 x 31 the house In which she is living Mi.>l 110 (halm of x lit 21 All ..d ...e...ed. In Ihi.name of tike.iHlh a'hIloilfl. l Ii lo be made I.. Ihp hliih- AND !AI <-II"! toll! ..hrn-bt.

t Apartment REASONABLE itet and of concrete block construction and that i she would give the first .. I u. it t 24 'soslnc... M,IP. L. karirllflcalp> tat and beat bidder 4r.a.htoasltaCy otifl,,dohotlooaty ,itnulrad. by l*..
PRICES. PHONE OR WRITE .VV, (G.n' .r..n.hl''. a... ...tddero.aotyoatn. .1,10 laItunla nl, .1 ,l Ialm. ohlih Coo
15 Rooms p. O BOX IOB2 32.1 DONALDSON Valued at $1800 according $25 to start a fund to build hima ;, I.'n. ",.. Is-Il CaitI, ; Ni.. S 175. ll.ued July CHI1. IIROV.N a., a icoio.I thr CaIne.of .
., ....log lot I. Work It. .\ hpeelal Maater In thanu fO'j'l;
to the I. tiC. ,".1 f..r. tut uI, 1.111. .ulc" 1.\U. < ry t..r dvenud, lull nfI
Bath permit this new new home. ."I_, 'lh' hluhrel and tcl l ..ah.iht .,..d In Ihe name uf tI..1 Au.. I. H. IS. tt x I lit' of Mnrtln. Hint of H"rl
or Without business w1 b located on lots Sims a veteran of World WarI jut n> the of the Hoard .f Com'ml. MartinCerllflcali. 'Ihi 'truth mil Mlidlty' of Mrd "..1 hrttrlfiril
PREPAREDNESS"PLANS ..I.,,'cot.e btvriila.le. lirnltiKge. l 1'1. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT l \. ffidntlt to lh. Vot.tilyJudy
and ComfortableOn I 1 and 2 Bestey addition and father of a veteran of 36 1.1, In'I., ".II"tittPO.1 all 111.. at. IhiC No SItS, I l..uid July of 1 the County of Studio. KKIcf

E. A. Williams. agent for thy months service stated that he '"''V,;"V h,.u.i'. hivlnnlni Hi II : .. .'. ..I".kAM" 1. ""I*.. n.vertn and i aaiteaityd Late In a the and asotetlt 4Klnpk Titliab... Florid. .. Plo. ... wiihln' Find rul.n.l.imonth..
of
''h NINTH if the flnl publication tf
JaIj lath 1045 Irom I hi Kir
the River Atlantic Refining Co.. obtained lavored using the county equipment I I.HI: Illlil t (' .:...m.nl .... ilralniiri. anil IS. I lI.ttt.nba.yh., I hlu! naIl,.. othrmlm. t'ouertolwanr

for ,K Imi.II,, ,, ..,nil roml l.irin| .< will I kp NOTICEMUM m.ncl.I lll IM Iu.. 'ed I", limitation
HOTEL LAID BY I a permit rectlon of $15,000 and crew to clear the land iKir.nl I..'rlfly IKrd'nl C.ll, I <.f nil I IS PVtl.lI.0 I of 10''' 'y .r IIIN .1 I l I.". ,
CTORY AIM' MlI 3 .
filling station on the Federal 'i' and work on a new home for I :ill '..'I mil I mlniral iluhl I will aim. l lIIOMIIl h. 'II I"AC'I. I'nv. "IA'r. I ('it.V: it hi: I. h.i-eliy ui .'" ah01. 'h. ; I I.l'/ftaItCTII: I I.OI.A WARREN: ""OW..I. 4

'' Il T, if .Ihe Intenal Iml, .. 'Ih. I';..ttt.o
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1 1 V"' P' leo" m. A.lml"I..rl.r
Phone 9155 tf I highway at the corner of Third Maros "No personalities were ; Or. ('( 'VISMIlM-ltK Out|. r ,ttCi cal,. N... JI-<. I I.upd| July, Find. ...r 'the tale ..r. I l'I.ldn. I'.p.VuSt,. .1.I I I'...".11. .1 I..... ri| 11..n

ARC WORKERS st The site Is known as the involved In my vote to tabb the f.\ HII.UMil-S; : UHAISAIir UISIKK I. 1010.i ''trrlnrr I I.ul' 2. llloik 24. u law .1 offer for tile, f u.k. l'EA'It \M IAl'I.IIIN; I :
'I "I". niit" afltt'a'.I I In thi. name of A di. 'V. rtioi* ,ompeniK.' old. I"? 1.1. A".., .., r.'. VInInIt'olrlo.JIll .
Joe Youngblood property mater until some fair agreement ll> J. K. I'OMhUdN: '. In.U J. liiil.. lihu.-.ei.. florlda. at II I :on i'.Iock A l, 50 h A.u. I I. If. 11141;
Clirk' ..I .h.. ( Ciuit, if. Miirlinnl .
The permit specifies a struc- can be worked out betw: M <'"', > 'Irul' .. .. Auint r..r. ..aidII LEGAL NOTICE

npletf, Electrically ture 50 x feet of concrete the parties wanting the county- I '.t',
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4 '
w. R Baker first aid chairman ll> IHIH01MY I : ( .
Equipped block reinforced with steel owned land." he added "and asa IV'".VVVV ,it, Hialltit IIJIU.IJ. NOTICE OF ELECTION the Collerllon et Taco. Op Amending I" 'rto. LI..tl', ahaB .t tIns 12f .

of the Martin County Red This Is the first two disabled veterans C 1.I .2. im. VHERFAS Ihe Legislature ef IMS. Sectioni II and 12 of Article of theConillliitlon halls. .. 1.7. sod r.om 1m. IatInt.
station electe bug miter the C"ontlltullon ol of the of the Stale ol Florida .. I t.rrra Itor o..t law's o.clfI".
ICIENCY APTS.W Cross and Miss Mary Shackel- here by this corporation i and their chiltUen are involvedI LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT /I ale, ol Florida. did pam S 185. Reto.onitltution Adopted at the General I Election ol the power.. functions dutm, .o.
,t"" ey itag.nyo dmenla 10 Wi ember, ISIS, Mid Amendment to P : tnl.liofl or CIIVIOII' Tao Colloolor ..,.-
) SUMMER ford. cxecuUv fcecrctaiy attended feel l sure that we can work out NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER ot the But, ol Florida. and ride for Uie He.Numb.r". ol blInd' In P..ph I o WI. Se-tin0 II.itod .
i Ih. earn twrc.aere.a to Sy.olsat' I and II ol Article VIII of th* Conili. .hail Ik.o.ts ". foe lb.Iolloo M''.
MORE ABOUT some agreement which will FICTITIOUS NAME of th. Slate. ol Florid Adopted .
a meeting In West Palm b thul., ihi hire-lfthl of all tn memben elected \110" a Cap. .o.tody eeportieg .nd duo.
RENTAL S"TI.t. : IS IH.I'.I'Y 11t.N I. each 0."...I Ia Nepn,5.r bun..nl 01 all litoeaouijlo toil
concerned" hou-et that the ".1. on Mid EI.cl. Ins
all 1
of the South suitable to 1".1'.1., I .. I Ih. .. 'IVit of .lolnt .. ocsm.to.ot.ye' .1 upon IM4. and la 1 Od 11- Couoly Tau CalltHOUSr .
Beach Monday ,, 3. !I. of hi,."liln. A.'" ..
Month Three Permits 1.H I her re.pcMHe Journal. the yeai of VII ol th* Con.llul. ol
Week or .,.. I mil I "lll .itI.lt'r olth' Ihe dirk ..4lh I .nd nita lhrp.on. and w.t deter- ItO.rlcl... of .. and Pr.d., that .
Florida Red Cross Safety committee 1- CHURCHDIRECTORY l i II I ml ( uurl I iiti..I f.. Mmtll IV> m'on' aol d.rart that Wa **''d- Jonl, In th. County of Hlllaborotgh. ..* ofPVarda JOINT RtSOLtTIOM NO. 110
A M Dehon I """lrlorlila' ;"lV.t't'u I I'' ..I.I i.n.ifI Rolliyca b. abntVtyd? to tho th* County Tax Aueuor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoilnl' M
The Palm Beach chap ( Cintiiinlfnm" ;)wgr Ole) I .''I I,'ilih?.mlon, of .thin nolln' '. 'Ih' flill ..h.I..'. .1 the CnralTiber I EI."lo..1.clr 01... th. Property of th* County far Amendment Arlel. of 11. Con.nitutlon .

I I "i. imnn.. 'lii.olli 1. l 4Rcijeliirv the pur. ol Levying state., County. of \. of Florida. Br
water Apartments ter wa the host for the meetIng I.. .N" -:" HrAllI: TAN.OK MIOI'nhr I A. GRAY. l.bol. Munlclpalil, In the Co inly. Addmi, Thereto An .ddll.no Section le

\ ,,"I' ward of the bulkhead, "? ? I "hl. h we aiv, tniimrid, I.. I ViI".. of :? r.Oih.81': of Florida; borouga Except tnt City el Plant Provide foe the b/ a Con.
d herebv City, Florlde' Shall Eximpt, current Resolution ol Senate and .
.h' which the
.t .." Vlirida, V 'ihat 'Ihii aGENERAL b
PROTESTS BE J. 1..h. ELECTION from the ol ,. Home ol RepreuntaliM-i, ol Director
: \ Am.ndm''I. a
I rlio In Hid huI lni' 1,11 Pob10n t
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Thos present were Allan Carter MADE IN JICKSOMILLE FIRST BAPTIST ...i i..Ilo." : .1 b. held, In each county In Florida Ta.. the .,.. County. of lb. Budfrt and to AIM home the l.sgi.litlur. ,.-
31S Akron Avenue llriMrll t:. ST MAI'\H'II I jti Tueiday next lucceedlng the lint County School B.od. Bhol Dlitrlcti. 10 P'.crlb. hi. PrwiIatd
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiFOR director for the Blair V Speclil' Tax School and th* and Tei ol 01ylk .
regional Major Nemeth acting I Rev: M1IL MAXWELL Pallor U.; A. ST HAUVrlHJiixn : I'.ndo. I No.mbe. A D. 1" Municipal,tie* ol th* Ceunty th. Dul. Qu.Ulc.U."

SALE states of Florida and Georgia : district engineer stated that no Sunder. '. .. 8.itdite' 5.hooI.I.Vln llnmh. lI.ttitA. .Id FIFTH; ,DrYn' NOVEMBER City of Plant CIty FlorId, rupl IT RE .OI.VTD BY Ti LRGTSLA.
I' m. ,. '. !I.> MH RESOLVED BY THE LEGIST. TUNE
L 1. for Ih. itti o. or The BK IT OF THE STATE FLOHIDAI
liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiiiuiIi Robert Slua assistant manager public hearing will be held on I : .. m.n.Mnrnn"T. tii oor.hlp Mid Joint RyaolVtVona, ."I..lon Aot.oO. lURE OF THE aTAT OF fLORIDAtThat That the lotlowinc Ainvndment to Article
of these 'I p. m. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT myolt tO. Con.I'luhon' of the ,. Ih* Am.ndtnantof XVI of ISO C.e.tulVut 00 01 the Kite
projects but a.
dEl.1 .. and director of disaster service: any anyone 1 p. ''. .;" nlng' WorihlnIntalmd ol Florldi Suit Article VIII of the Conatltullon ol Ih* n' Florid.. b aildVpf, the-il oaaadil-
'huntSit'
'I 'h. ". St. I desiring to enter protest may 1 A nuncrv I I. in thi NOTICE State ol Florid relative lo th* Auenrnenl lonlon,. b. Ion os'nat Seyllo. 54.
: state relations ,". fir th. ci.. of children dorni' Chaiali Bid Form and Collection ol all tenet In th* .m. I. S srehygr Cod In 'nd.hitlt
James H Jones. mal such communications to ''h.' .o.I.. I' 5111' I Invnalion' I.. Hid, ..n ll..OV.i SENATe JOINT I1SIOLUTTON NO. County of 111.bo..h. Stall. o Florid, b.to"mll.d 10 tho ole-Iota 01 Ins
.. all I W. n..d.I' .'- .If I run, Iruik ", I ('.1 A JOIAT IIESOI.tTIoN ,. by 1..on II .adoptedat stats. of d treat ilyaIionne.eSaaaos -
Miss Ramsey. S. .no.h. l..I. Ppo.n
nr officer and U Engineer office P. O. V aervlce.
e ,IU p. m. Mid-week prayer. nendmenl to Ih* tfce Genera! ee ei to at I Sleetion Sopr.-
itt.. 21C1I4.w At- 4970, Jacksonville UtTr'Vru', .' ;0 SSK.Martin I 14.at,* nf Florida, to b C..Uluto..n Arl. .tl It read Section 12 ef Artie VIII .,':"v.. \.1. I Ut. .. I.
from SuutKuter .rea. FIRST BAPTIST loiinl' XX Seclloni I and 8, Thereof of the Conetitution, of the State ol Ploy- .f.lnw.,
I' Salem* 'the foniolldat. on. Abc.ll.hmg or CreIng Id,. itfid by AmardVltg 0.01.011. U olo 34rt,. L.glolaloro eh.lt b
\, lanta aiso. repree imtlves of iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiijiitSALERNO' ,i Paatorunilay Ihi City of Slum! St' '''?' .. VIII of th CorolVlulton ) -theSlalei law r.. D ol .
Budget
: : :: ; ELDER C. K UAKER. Invite tn bid on .., ihalf .1 ...n.. ol Certain' County' 01 and lh.A'auuouylU Article "rovld. i reclor the
.. : : boardof I 1 ( you aeunic.pa1GS wl Florida. 'M alalun General ho ln.iI it000Sad' a coauaintoolemoluttsn '
state .4 b
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; the govEror's office; .tun tiuik' ch.0-Its" l .1 I" j Tarp. C.j"Io. O .. eviction I la 01 1044 aOat tIn. a.,. HitoIa OSIt.
I It'on it m,, Runday Bchorl .... by County In 0."n' ". N.\mb. I.
,. Ollcl.I.
,,' i NEWS : .u.dR', .1' nulls ft.ll..it I.tu 'I'C, .. 01 ArlIrl.nun 'I.b:
,tift.I health : state highway patrol : : I 11 00 a: nt. Morninr wonh p' ( Florida. end for 0.5rd.m I. It I r. l.con I peo.nt.lino. and tam, eonaStool -
i ., Cola 51,1., ofPiildoadto000lud.thaCVty wilh lOner or lOS
.h.l. .10. 00 i I.. m tnune; peoplrl meeting' to": 11.lnn. for Acceptance' or R. the pro..ion. Con
S. Coast Guard : and railroads 0 Mhi-el Hun 1'r., C ( 1..1. of or Lawt byUimlature of PI.nl ppoocriha and
,,-I u"n, U )0 m. ," Service. .tul.n. .
p. :
I, .. Bv MRS. O D. QCIGLEYimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimHimiiiiiii E..nl .ml) Call "lth hpa., ,,11" I I ol the Slat,* E'I; ClIp Thom autO' Am.ndm.nl B. .nd tOo rot hI. qu.lh..I.n. .nd 10.0
I .2II' Car Wevneldey
.
Also present were Ernest m'nl. nap dial, ohrpl1IHI ;',u. lO ai provided P.op.. hereby "d ihall b ol office. the ahall
I .00 Mill week meeting 1 Old b
U S Weather p. m. prayer tip. ott a'ituId, oouot"I, "Ih, h. rted to the Elector of the a.. wholly within the dlirretlon ol the Le
son. Chief of the F COD ,tpuIIu' hoi.1 std II' l..t x'V.' it,.1.. I "BE IT RESOLVED BY THI1 LFOIRLA. ol Florldi for Ritiflcltlon or fteleetlon lilatur. and ihill not be limited br 8eoUoo -
h, w..r.. Bureau of Miami and reprsen- Mrs Jennie M Mooney. county THE CH .1cc, ,1! r.t rum, lttoi. ."lh itlko TUBE OF THE STATE OF fLORlDA at 11'. G.n.rl I EI.I.n t b 1.1 on 7, Article XVI ol Die CosshtuOus.eotinsnt'rrew .
_
I(,'...m.I." ",. from chapters in seven wilfaie worker. will have offici S. R. Wllllame. PalterIhunh ,,ck.., That the rolnwl". amendment. to known to theConttltution U. It ,. ol. t lod
tatlves ;
'. .' ANMwd.i bihool, III A. M. Itll.uulllh, .I..d? ..I ''h. I. I, 1.11u Article XK FI..id.1 b. 1 .o..bo. I. Pro,, and alloy ..nu.'r 5oumn'm'u'ry
Okee- hour Monday. Wednesday and ,. .I.k I' M. ''h. I ".lon. th.rr. aEION I.
to Lake N. Inc Worahlli, I II clockXunday ::10 Ilh .
II.J counties adjacent e .nll to e"olld.U.n., Coun Tao -u or ROUSE JOINT RESOLIi'rlON NO.
I ? Ihi I'll. l ltin .r r.I.I. .b.l1h. I. '
A",
I Cum".I..n
I chobee : Friday from 10 t 12 a. m. at Nikhl T SO ,Illy' of Stuait' rloililu, ,... ..h. ..''n. or ....,. H.llbo"u.I County' ahall ... all i A JOINT J O Prc.pe.ilng the
7ao .
Yl h
.
i lot of all State, County.
-- I.'rdo od e Ichol Amendment 30. ol Article Dlol
l.h' ..m.hl .ol.clnn "
oil hidUIY
nl I
all the office In Stuart. rlKhl lo rei"'lst.t" ,.. to be rf
held '
and MunicipalTixei
.. 1 Meetings are being I sMrlfta .lep.1> la by C..nl the el the Slat< o. ".;-
: ST. JOSEpH'S CATHOLIC IIISIlAltr C.unly. ., anc prodVtgf"rre Hlluib rouilH Caun bp 0),. Slut.. Id.. Relating
.nllln,' I along the East Coast as the She \1 appreciate reports ofi T9 Clrveland Av.nue 111 I I.. II rl'ltllLlt : r. fopooduot tl.ittiooit' for ...pl.nc C000ty. Carolt sohOnl Boad. .cho BE IT -" I. Appropj."nn.

", .h.n marin.I i i any cases for the clinic Sh; can IILV 'r. J. OrAHV. failorMitanei M'.rA. ,CCCI.,lIon 01 any I I.w fir law .n'e DIaries,. Opooial Tao Bhol I TURE OF THE STATE OF LEISL.
\I ,'" En.on.. hurricane season approaches. Winter bunday 5, 5 and I t. Ih. Legidittur., .r Florid.' .. ,' lunlolp.IU.except City of PI.nlI" That th. foil ooVnaitm.n, FRIA'
p rl I' disaster Institute be reached by phone at 54-M. .. -- .-- Ih..ln. b. aob'ollteil I. tlta quatit,00 ( which City thiS be exempt 90. Article III of Ihe Conetltulton.of
12
: .h.I. t'H 1 On Aug. a V....k lute 0t55 a. m. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE .. 01 Ih. 14gb or Florid r.. itdop- fom the provlalonl ol thii Section. I lo ,. of aeitlallr S I. .
8.
will be held at Fort Pierce. Mi and Mrs. C. L. Mooney returned Milt tililay of earn month T :SO a..m.M. lion orreryIiooatth.neetg.no.Iryli0t The Legislature ihall, at to Lr. l U berebv agreed to and .PP.or.1.n.
b
\I.E fI : Include 'July 15 after visiting 18 ..... (Hummer. bkhedule) bundayiI OF APPLICATION TO FORMA I 1 ha b.II 1 II.. 7051 I. IIY....10. In 1M7 end .bmlto to the .,.,'unit of the St.' ,
to be represented DISTRICT I 'o'w'" lawa epcclfytn the .
Chapters DRAINAGE
for ratification or IlIt.
r" .. 'odl", .. ...rt > "I 11 a, mV "m to..r. .a.c .j.clon
1'.1t Indian River. days in Erie Perm, and Buffalo. ftk dayi II :90 a. m NOTICE; IH II HI HIV (;.IVI-N V'u, ni I I ..w..functo., dutiea! end eompenaa. ,,00t an'1 I EI..lo" I. b In
\t : ;; Okefchobe. ('..nfeailinil. 4 to 5 P.| m and piriiini, Inlpiialid, In 'thy follitiiiurilueil '. ARTICLE XX : o 11. ''Aflooitor a..g- Nto000tboe, A. 0. IS 01151
!' r with relatives and friends. 1.1..d. : : : : I I. .. I. I 15. and \
Y : Th. Lcgiilatu of
Martin and St. Lucl> counties; N. 7,5115! 1V55, ) lai.il.. I In, Martin, Ci>unlIdn. > SI.. I 8ECI01 Olu", n'e P..ph .olo. arid Section 30, Article III nf the Con. :
Clara Jean McCulley spent >...... .1 j"upUer l.l.nil Hub T and via, I., .. .. to "r.vld.,. o.n Ithowlit. prooldo b .. fo tInt Ut. ''Iulon of nho ... of Ti .1.1 b
South- of
t- -- repieoentatlves from V ,, 0 b I IittVto' fulity oaelo Wit Amiaaetont and .. .5015 .1
tI also 10 a. m.SUHMER. ', _', 00 0,,,Ill, 'tl.' I ,, In A. ,D. .t.lo o of all looiad o..d.d .
I \r MILI-S icr.: : : h.ld o.atitny
:; i A..lr t. follow
last we k in Fort Pierce with her .: i sit 5uuih. .,' .1..1..ilh 14. Cn. T.
I h. ( .. rt eastern area of the Red Cross. ? :t.1't.w..hiu ...... soasi ontheait" rOt th..oi.d.liOtt ton.abollihlng 1..1. c.ln. C.. Sohnolfluef SECTION M Law miking th* .p- .1
A.tgl.. I attendshould uncle Bill Arnold and family SCHEDULE OF ERVICE : dl., I or creating of any Ta.srh.of prpprtatloni, lor thi lalarlra of publi
__ Anyone desiring to ST MARYS SUART '. C'ounto' OlI.yya In Orange County For I II Di,00iyta uad ,: 10yslod '.'. .nd loveei and all other
---"Iaf- Cross office 174 Shirley McCulley returned JO A.M. Holy ckrllon I I. ...1 I ,' ri.t i..r Sc. i lda. Provided' there !. ftxeepted Isa Couolt :;. expense! ot the State' ahall contain. .
call Red .. DAM. hunh SihoolII lion K. Tim n.hill 40 South' Itiiiutrani .. Ihe ofItoM of thu, Article udgitbfitil atoM of FlorIda.' .lth ., of niioo. on io olhep, ssbi ecloteUt.I" f .
HAVE ---- home Sunday from Fort Pierce go A.M. Murninx 1'nttei'ito'I H... 5$ : ,. .OVI,0l and to provide doe therreatlon aiaeeimenticlpal ISIS CItS .f Pilot City. 1 h.nb appropriation be an' laNd entoflo* : .,
ALL SIZES where she was employed. She m..n. rliit. sundae In, Month AH' In MARTIN IIIUNTY. rldll- .',d el.cU.n 01 taxei and I..t fnoB ( pr.on. "I bill; all elate appropriation except ap V
i Ut I:K Huly Communion II'A yit tu.inigl.I'roO| | lit itlt..l II' IritinSlHtulm '' I it-aol, tither or thitt b. Caua" Aodm.1 p.oelatlnforth.oauyty.oboul.eou.-' .
OF t'OII'L.\ will be bookkeeper for the Peoples ,,'r.., lit' fit <.r In .Id ( Any lita soyVityte 13. 1. From after SitnuSe tlei, citlei, or ether political aubdivtilnniol .
IS REALLY .\ STICKEI EPISCOPAL VIE Ih.1 I ,t.i'ttllitn. ukh. Ih,' r.,.". .1 ..itPOyling yooaoiidittioa 0' IION the County '.ni Collector In the State, appropriation for permi-
Voik-..oP''-Walter Unclenthal laundry In Stuart beginning 120 Weat Third 100,1. hi' fport 'hl, ol any County officei .hill II.."lOS County el H.IKborouih, state. of ,.rnt Improurmeolu and buildIng.' for ..
Nw hlo
"oh.I .1..0.. icrtb the poven. dutiee and ... levied' In i' aiulo 1 tnstltull, prowi.t.d StIr by I lam,
7 20.1NCHrRUCK this week. SI. Mary. I,'tullIt i.'r (7..'" r lIlt .r tho .mp.nU. Florida Uiill collect .1 t. onaan
chemist. began experimenting lion ol the offlrera detlgnated thereinlo ''Ih. C.unl by tho al.. Courtly anartedalth. 1945lertilalurea 1..I.lu., o. priorernent
a hfllnl COl"
I amendid
if
Rector I'IV a
K. M. : M.A. .
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: ol
NTOI. 194 I exerclte ind the and foe e.o.tona, -
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dul. Special
and Mr. W. I.V. dl.h. School Board School Dlttrict
Mis Ernest King ..
.. thin mid 'Ihat thi
In ..
print- .
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new m I..n .
a or :
TIRES to develop Com"unlun. Ihe olnc. eo .0nlld.'o Tax School DIlUteS and Municipality fund! and InSt food.. Stall be Included.
,
tried M. Marr are on the sick list this II.J* a. m. CTi.irch tocootit, land. .lll "U affected I I liy th' V any law ao Inj ink. but the formula h* 1,100. a. m.-'lr.l. I.cond and rottrth r., .1011'''tt'.C .Id droini.c, illal.'Iluliir15,1 1..nl .nd .0loUon .. to.. la the City of Plant City. It being exempt 0. .pp.m.nl, tharoto. e"
Also Instead to be a cure for wEek. OVIV '., .r Month, and Mull .,. I haIl.. 10 lx.I''' rur 15.1',,..' V ....m.n. eIther or for'the. iron the provlilon ol thll Am.ndm.nt .h.t b. for no log.r Ih.n Iwo poare-
,EAT: proved Coa oitntoo a..o'i.fl'oy, il.$ .x.n., nr .. ," I. ." Ihall provide ahall leads erlor to tho
Hilda L Tn* Legltlature Al .pprp.l.to.
COVERS tool handles and wobbly Wlnnifred Pedersen and tool''l tt. and ., I ,, mitIlitIt.Ilit' : .1' aMeumg. collecting. iccounting for end I latlve Seaalon, of 1M7 and from Ll. ., ," whip haroynn. V
DR YOUR CAR lose DcLoach of Stuart wers visitors ALLr the liriMiivtmeaiy I"I". ct, h,. ,,,.,. illiburilnf of Mid lit... anditCitfiCar- time thereafter, enact .lie. ipectf-vlng\ thepower to tha protlainra Ittia 5.00105
chair legs. iffec Ih.. r..I.m.ln" ur, ''h,' I n "" 11. .ippropriate. municipeluthorltlea I !. function, dullee end :I "I .. ,f July I:1517. .,1
here Sunday. SevInt. will bo returned I In PIac.b.P l.,lid, .lnil.uk. In I. .n.1 a t.rcomp.eait Son far Uoa ol County Tax Collector E: :
H Is liquid compound ,1.lrh ,...
substanes a Ott for aervlcei
taxi
ULMER MOTORCO. The and you anil laia or ys.i.r.. h."b. ".,I. almS county Ing In Parigraph I el Section Id.: :5 1 ,
Anderson That If
that first makes wool fibers Mrs Maggie FIRS MET CHURCH f..o I to ann-i" "h .hi Cleat, put di.o "".. locH rotIheCe Ihoematldllooor to itaS likewlie provide for the <- HOUFP JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1TJ "

children Ellis, Esel and Barbara P..lor u.rull"" hol I.'aol.itnltsi'Sl1''Ii.'ouI INS. ..p..ln. .. oIityso- cuttodv reporting and ",.., RESOLUTION Prop ,.. an
.... expand and then prevents ,.. ''hi.. oi.li'o h.. Ion,. psilihe.l for .olon ratified, oOln.it the r.tent.duot, ail t.. collected. by the Ceunty To Amendment to Article V ol the Conitit :
In the dry of Jesup Ga, motored home I 1. .45 ..m. Sunday Bthoul tour .k. .. rcuul.d by .Id ,'hal", < herein .uch lam eUetr. ,'moo ol Florida bv .I an
'- them from shrinking I .I.clon p.o.ld.d 0.1 Additional Section Delating'I.T the Elecle I V J
here and 10.. ..m. I'uhllc Wurihli t.. .1 'lh. oifli'. .r Ih. k'rb "r Ih. eflectlxeffected milK irupeot to
', ' I,or I ,J IlVikNtiuli. 401 proces.Lndenthal In Stuart with relatives. They p.m. ehow caune. If any, .ISlet ,Ii. "'haalil > I In. atler thf J.tt'edity in J.n.on HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. IIT I .nd fur 'c.mb!. 004 "
? up his Ink re- forth In r"a_ A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoung Count solIcitor of ..Id Co.nl.
Ir gav PRESSYTERIANI. drain.. illatrlil let i'd _. year -lely eueceeding; [
partnershipwith also were sightseers in Miami. FIRS. Wom.n' Club an nl( I. hut.l I. orll.nl.d :1 I election had lublequent to :: Amendment lo Article VIII of t It'. Con. HE r 1SESOLVTD R1 TilE LEIIISLA.:
< We .. a 1"llt.n. .h.1 I inSteyI tr! ititutloa ol the .,. ol Florida Relative TORE or
h. clam chowder CHARLHJ A. CAKRIEL. Parlor H H .il Ihi S hal ofHi rlyyyodV.O elecllon et I. THI FLRIA.
a
it" ", .1..loM .h.lr. Jule von Sternberg to put Those attending I Jt., Ur ('....1., ito-itoI"I.. ,.I I.Ilhl. ",o.I..n I Preildenl of Ins United Stale! are to Aaaeaunent ol Property Site laxee and SECTION ThitI AI.l. ,1'
>h,' at the luh ,. and I Iatyauy law the Collection ol Taxei. by AddingThereto or tho 8'' FI.d., ha "
,
fI"l.h. ;
I'I.k retail Wednesday evening will pn.ch.II Ditto' uf p"hl.I..n I AUI. n 4" I rop.cln. 11. Provide CO"I.I.
paitor la
5?'",' ,.hl-", .. Ih. .1..lIun. the compound on home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pedersen a' m, ...1... ...h l Sun.luy, K. I'\M IW\ taoeaitnd..m."t. and cl.dlon' .lh..munlclpl. 'that Add.t".1 ,ae..n.*. State ofllorlda aoelloO 0, ho boomS 5.rltnn I 45 oR
,
orn. __ market. 1tt..m.5unde ..ohuuIu.rt.'oI.BIBLE Clirk 1'lr,1 ( out" I b" '"... oUI,.. t I. .pl.d sod Uie County Tax Auaacor ihall arid Aeliol., rolitling to tIn. aloolin, ofIt. f
(',. .1,'. "were Mrs. Maggie Anderson ,,f Maitln. (' >. I rlorldii I ,atVf.d"U"at lhSryt.r sod,,,. .. Aieeai the Property of the County for thePureoee J'.dito' or It.. COlrl of R.rord I" andfoe
'C itO h..l.n. UNION REGATIONA (UtIle PIT ('OURT1.1 I IAN'UHIWH ,provided herein, the lame becomeeffective el .. State. Ceunty. E.umb'' COln., .nd Ins Count h
I
,.ti. .nd mt.I.Ik.. AVERAGE IK and children, Ellis, Esel and Barbara Palm CII : a PATlrHbONOrlnnilo on in. lire dae o.1 January c .11. Lev ed bv : SylIritor or sold County .nd tho .it,. r

""h tor.d h. w... VOirilE of Jesup Oa, Mr. and Mrs. RbV HARRISON I" IACKARD. Posit KluridKAtturneyl tauocof ding eucB rt..ndun election "..' (.u.I, "'hol Iorehy itorrod t. and .h.U b. e-Ihmlttnd k' 'A
1J"ho"" $tw.t. ItSI' lOU'VE lOT $30030 Sits .. m" 8und., fin,. thr I 1,011..".. V ; School Diatrlitl. ..'. DI. Is'elertnri the 51.15 Of FlorId.lorroll f"
L. E DeLoach and family, Mr 11100. Nursing Wurhlp. AUK a. U ii a''I. any law Cloth end Municipality' the Cou tym float : tVOititIIbSG0. I i
""h. .vl.1 .Stitijitit.10k. Washington (W I There's .ICON. l.ro' ol d..c.ib" IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE .eal hell on lb. fool "
""" .,. 5.. .%,'thw. and Mrs. A. DeLoach Mr. and ''n lon .h. .. F1.lon. Iiritl luloothy .
., circulation E LEGAL hall be of anv force d Itahitil or THE STATS OF FLORID l I.
In PREBYTRMMUNITY
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II enough money t ;IISEMrN:: I ..mb... 1040. doliomat. ,1
--- Mrs. O Quigley and sons 1 1Ulda b. .ccp.o and ratified by a majority That the following Amendment ta Ar- .
-- out to $200.30 for each Hob. Sound euallf I ed fVONoritofOriteO. Hcle VHS el the of the SECTION n. J.d.o( CU I ,
av.rage
: Joe, Jesse and George Mr. and REV F C. YOUNO Paitor will I.. renlvpil .1 'h City HallWedne I "'n.f.. f. Florida. at a referendum election State el Florlda C.n.Ululo Aueti.ment o5 Reyoed In .ed .
D"ti,; DELIVERY American That goes for every and daughter 10 a. m., Sunday. Sihool, Moore b. '
newest Infant Mrs. L. C. lliUO em, Mornlnil worihlp. of Au"uo 19411 for the rolu.ln".qul.nl.n I I ol determining whether lueh I. .h.1 County ol I. state' of Florida, by addIng -, .h.1 h..f., Io oUt. "..IU'O
ON one from the t Rossle of Stuart, and Mr. and I.. accepted and ratified, or rejected .. eectloni te b .. clod. ,Sean o'
count yoffloi.l.ltoaio
ths oldest person in a population CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY OP I-isis | iv ton Chaailn I and Cab i il 'he qualified J : el Mid CountyUuch known ei Section 14 and Section I. election ol the Sodas ol Uie T. of j A
be held .
Mrs. Fred Pedersen and family STUART >4'ii' v.heil bale enuipned. with alt I! referendum rI Ihall and lame I. hereby .ro and Eiclmhla
UTILIZERSAND estimated officially at HO,987- F... Fourth Street V ivllhm. ninety .. the .Uou. ". eubmltted ta the of Record : County and
Tflo hpavyduly SI.ctr h".II I .
The F. F. A. boys who attended Man. Church .aervlre (Itt> x 10 .Hurt motor Hate ol any auch law. The .h.1 Slat, el Florida for ..ll..Uc. or el th* ; ol sold county.lhaU .. j 'r
radiator Helper V b* I General Election u.IH3
lot
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ehall
h..y.o. provide beheld
COO contest last Friday in luCite M 44 Steel County Comml..on.r. rejection at the general la take office the flrit Tueidarafter 7,
the
.. referendum elec- flralMonday
figures disclosed today ChURCHES OF SCIENTIST :1 ,tt, Imily I and MydrHiilli, hoiI the holding of any on th* lint Tuod. alter the tIns lint Mondiy In January IMI.lor '
Treasury ; be
CHRIT. itl,4 nitIS. ". lollewll 'f
SECTICIDES circulation at the Camp OXeno were Jesse Quig- .S.III.. I. ur .h. I,.,. :rv Oh hlUARfUy b.. jald Board Ih.rof one* ..h.1....publ.ho In !00mb. From.and SIlo.Sau.uar a tern : .r..onbt = : \ I ': \
in Ill .
money and Donald nthh'h olil h. .od IsCluthar I I. Ii, rllKir lour lucceaeixe week immediatelyol SECTION 14 tenure of o ,
1
Alfred Pedersen tfO'ol. \
Icy, I. I th* County Tax Aalmao hereafter to either, el the I
totaled $28- 1 ur thraujh. ol eucb or l.
4.10
MAMAlibllAuu
4'5 Cllru. start of this month Ih.I. le."I.I. : I polor Co tho .I.clon. '
F.rUIi. wllh .. I'Iiy I Ins. County ol Bay, state of Florldal efflcea' herein hail not b* extended ,
CI". Terry. out Ih. woild, lund. CI.o.k. I. S I,a.n.roitprr Dr _.n.nl I .I.ul.lo. I I. f.. all StateCeunty. i '
of all properly 'V
"aur homo t..it Increase V aaaeaa hereby, An ynuoitoa p la eitherol
after an '
.
.. "I I have poured laid Coiintv
'.rhll.. 239.864.33. built small Gulden T. t I.C'PI" h.r'n olhowl. and Municipal'
School
has .
now.I Long a .. of Urael, ADVERfrSEMENT the the tu. nld offlcea which occiiri prior to eald
June E out ml' aplrlt upon I h : In the County by ., I. '
during lEGAl ihlll he 1.d. tlotflratMosdayI5.oi.ay '
$119,780383 house near his place for .ail tho Lord Gud" tEnth. 55,551.nt000 '. to In." fofgen.cit) election I i lie School Board. Syhool ,, Ia40 .t.r ha filled by seeolaltnorI .- :
1 I Ih. .ltk.no hkh comprlne NOTICE IN REt VACATION OP ALLEY I '\er holding o.n? auch refeijdum C.un. Special, DlatrujU I
ULMER by the Governor end confirmationby
MOTORCO. his mother, Mrs. Mamie Long the following, from IN. election, If auch lave ahlll DRlrc. 1.0 "
Iho I eaeon Hermon le 10 ANY AND ALL I'IRIUNJ th. Senat aa heretofore provided, by .
the majority
and by .
accepted' '
TII1.NKS John Newcomb has completeda 'Ihi Hlblei Whither .h.1 I no from thy TKHrHTbDlNOlICk: nl I. elector .llho la any auearelerendum Ill The Legislature ball at the Legfi.latlve the Conatltutlon but In no ceM for eny V
CARD OF .t.I.lt' or whither .hl flu. from thy 18 HEREsY GIVEN: that Ih' i .f :: auch law ehall be Seaalon In 1MT and ScOot time to longer than until the lint Tuoadav altar !
tt. 20 x 30 foot frame 10use. except en ito,,..Y If I ... up tat, h..n.'ho. City on.ml..Ion,, of 11..rl. rliirlda. hai tome and ". : force and effect, but time .rl..r. enact law apecifying tIns tltafleittMoodaylaj.ooary.l040asil t "

We wish to thank the many .' ol 'h.r.I Ir I m.k. n.y bed In by 1..uh.lnn. I. Intentinn to .1 at any auch .,.. a majority ol the pow*(, '. dul.and eompenM.Uoa the term or tenure 61 o"c. of anyone
: for glass Inthoid skits art thoc,. If I lake .. foot alley the followingdiecrlbil elector participating therein ahall voteugainit : el County ... d..n..e, ip.lnl. either ol office for J
Iii 1"1 friends in Jensen of our Mother, the C. L. Mooney place. hl ntlotnt ur Ih. mo'nln", .Id dwell I.. I euhdivliion located In BluntMarlln the acceptance and ratificationnf In paragraph I ol thl* .' beginning In 1M7 shall expireon I
1111111.i.I Mickelsen for the thi utlethel ... psrHt Ih. E".n CUlnl. ,. rlorlda. lu.wll I Ifh ourS law It ehall be null and void ahall likewti provide by lew for Ins Mid llr.t Tueadav after the firrt J
1 ST & FOUND Mrs. Mae Mrs. Martha Whittle returned thy hand"lead" mil"and thy Alley running Weetthrourh and ol no force and ,. The can.vanlng extension th. aiMiiment roll el tIns 5IonOayIJsnuary.H4). "I'
extended to .h.1 mrf.loi' of the Ke. board of County ihall earjfy County el all taxee leviedby Any of Ota V
kindnesses after two weeks In IIrht ahall hold me (IP. III lid ..N. aEION" prvlln
many ,
111111.Illllllll.Illlllll in horre Sunday II.-. I....nt.o.5.roon alto Iniluilei, th* vleed) Plat of'f;'!. Bul.illvl.ion 'V the remit ol eny ,cl referendumelection th* '. Cn. Schoql l conlllet .wll .nexe-

.h.... .. her during the happy years Miami with her daughter Mrs. filliwlnu paiaaite from the Chile, !Inn, tart' .,' County. rlurlda a.eh to the Becretarv Ml... .tt Hoard 5,5011 Diatrlct School end DliUlcla.eQunlcJpalltiea, by repealed.W .
.1.1
'.h. A %tVd.Iti.rtitgitt which she llvsd among them and husband Sri'me textbook. 'Sclent* and 1..11 own on the Mat filed It October I I Ilr" day alter the holding thereof.I V
ig. ('h.p..lk.. Ph..t.Aits. W. N. Wilkes, will Key to the Sirlpturea by 1924 In flat book 10 pax 55. Palm 1 SECTION lit I From and after TUTIO.-IREOt I. have

_. S and during the time of her last Lewie Ressler and children Ualer Eddy b In Chrlitlan I I Milenee, I Pulillo Kecurde. January I. latg County It* Collector .t ed the .
I Mrs. tfni:.''I. aa e pruper noun, U the name of 'Iu' 'I:carIes d. from H1 : HOUSE JOINT VE8OKT1ON NO. U IB Wit County el Bay. Stile ol Ilot Great .. ol the .".t. of Florida a> r '
ladles of the 1500' llness and Lerle Jr. are .. A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoein fiAntondosaol id*" ehall collect .11 taxe* ,levied.In Tellah.M. eitthia.th. '
L. Phiel Mary Ihi II.r.m.. Heine:. It m.." quantity 5th. ) lu IIIIhl.nd. A'.h. to Article Vin ol the Conletltutlon County by the' Stale, Cxrlmtr, .. 1. ''h i J IJ'j
A. :
urned gloves when Mr. and Mrs. visiting In this week. enir and appllea cluiively You and och you. .r hereby 61 lite State el 1 ? Scbodl i Bf r ScHtwl DUrlctt .toun' '
floryla Relaly/e
I' court ap- Mr. and Mrs F. L. Prentice Mrs. Mr Mayl.t bu nt I j a.d' (Cp.8I.I5.) t I V nllil.d Ih.' tho oo..ld City CommIt' Ii AillM\,of PfofHrly Is/ Tpta..N i jfak. .Jhot4. J&iriifj .anit7i. i4 t>*Ut el : -e = :;'J. !it J J1k' f' t "

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I can guess anybody'how .,,..,,
: J hef tuart NlI I I NEWS bus in his ,
j' and COMMENT Letters To The Editor much chantrthe p.'''.

? Give him a pencil and paper. .11,,
Published even- Thursday :It IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII/ / I. ot ==:=oaoc.onot === iai-slQr" ====ono I down hisatre ; ((2)) multiply it by :t: I : ,1

f. Stuart Martin County Florid.:a: THE: ; day in a Stuart drug -tuna man for whoma > To the Editor I ply it by 50 : (3)(:i ) subtract 365 fromed. "

; bv Stuart Ca.!'. News Inc., 1 have a vri-a! deal <4" respect' wa< moodily drinking a No'w ask him for the number .
J Florida; corpor1t:un. : In .at 'ACt'k's Stuart N. Y th ,u- was a Hood deal about rlpar1 change he han in his pocket lens III., ,, !
coke. He who
1 is.: man has been in close connection with 1
.. Entered as .iecund-claal ma'" rights For many ) 'an I liar; heard that tht'I', U no such number he tells you add 115] plus I'-' \
.. the 'r'I'' "f the forces which w"n'tlrltl m i War II in the'
matter I at 'hi-) )pout office a thing* -riparian!' iifhu on tide mat-.r:: that there Is an International I Xow If he hasn't made any miMI tlist t-. -,

Stuart Florida under the Act 4 Pacific Inn IKwasn't happy about the way things are going taw which states tfc.it: 'fifty! Let' /Inland on any tidal body I ( t two digits of the number will I ,>
of :March 8. 18'9.; now.
ol water belong to the people.! That U. they :an walk along that | I
A FREE PRESS "IT MIOHT not hurt he remarked "to line about 10 1 1 shore. A young matron we know \\
:n-l: YEARS OF SERVICE up stretch and bach their boat en the '
men in front <.f. firing squad-and ave in million lives.:' j Mrs potter Palmer, who had a horn on the water at Sarasota. nine-yeiu"old son.o matter! h and Thr st i ten n.--i; Sf, WM iipfrax.. HE WAS REFERRING to the Atomic Drain Tract I the. beach i kept running about with hill shin, t
(or'I r from walking along
u'' rti. St'ikri' Tim *. he tileS, a... tried her keel< beat to keep people her had
hand neighbor .
:.!I' "publi,. >." n SI I.". AvMI 1 I IJ I1 V i w hatf'wr'U want to call It ) which has taken over in th'. i there took her ewe Into every other t f ,
'In her and ptenlclun ''
A FREE PEOPLE front of place
J I'M" .n.j| 'h. S' j s rl "....e.... mla 'I of them alwiiy.s wore, his. shirt t 'n. ,,''
make of the. pawninr of the atomic bomb And he courts U you can it's'
> h W. M>n nlM M4 t. may court in the United States and lost In every .
Mai h IhC\' nilStuart Daily ,U have something at that. able to nin friend begged t the neighbor) i.
e
law he be
*1 ,.i> '. ; ITimtM.: li'i mrtlD a lawyer who ,p elal'-*' in Int iiwthmal may "C( th it's \ ,'j-y simple." site I "
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,.... rtliiion h (--InMill.a., 11.f.rnrrlr,..1..|.... aa. ll u ll* i DESPITE all the pleasant platitudes, and the pretenct I I straighten out Steins dlfilculufx! with the Stat oftlclal about their -hirt- and s"ss Itll .'dvlIIJ!

1 -- that "The Bomb" will be ued .solely (or defense. It I Ifapparent the riparian rtthtt case t"nt -."-Thl. 11''rk
El' t %'I' "' ; I I have nJo'ed yaw paper very much and find many civic'questions ,
\ needs tulle that things go on of which the people ar -- -------- --
CRI r drrr iona= ; in It that .e do not Pet in our local pap...
---u !! < unaware Did you read that article in last week' Saturday II
StB8CRIPTIN: RATBSMKMBNl Evening Post entitled "It Should Make Your Fleer" sVi.ceirljr your.
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,I. 'h "'" 1 r. y. n" ...gs.ad .." + JOIS'ttL'a LKDLEY $10tJ'PRESENTS
_-_ Creep'" : A warning to disperse our cities' into neirmente.t! ; "

r' . -i ,'T5mnnanmrrt.. ..... .. .....,... 'he i Tt' lines refill, than concentric circle*. The government wv ::007 Flamingo Drive :
11>. .\' '. . 0 I. ft.H' .'.."(. 1' h:... ,nn .., all ..," are told i is making a survey of all t the nation's. cave (Hap At, nold of the air force say" the attack against the Unite., jul> 1l. (1949Hi
: : >F THE ASSOn 1TED I'RESS _
t
_. :States, will probably come over the Pole. Sweden. report i
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'man-mi'de meteors. bursting on te t* presumably launched: : BIPMI! TO riUVT TillS I|

J Worthy, of Meditation from t the Baltic Sea. What goe on ? Dear Edltoi, .
i
Give me the money that hat been spent in war and I IT :SEEMS TO ME that th.' most drastic change; in th Your "HarneShop" was classic I cut it for keep! Alan'he -
will clothe every man. woman and child in an attire of < affairs of the L'nited State has occurred I while
subtly th .
: turn; bout the State .te!> .ne water "bottonu"\ "to. Pretty '.g, sac valueJ:141
which kings and quern will be proud. I will build a M-ople\> sleep : the absolute assumption! of power by ir. -MI.: the State "boUtnu"111 o:: :as dirty II our Indian Rivete : t

schoolhouse in rver\ valley over the whole earth. I unknown group, and the real low of our democratic pr., p up your good (fighting sp 'it You! are the only miaidlan: v .r1t t f< will crown eM-rv hillside with a place of worship con..ecratt'd \ ilge of directing the nation from the base of the con :
nave on ;the entire Indian and ;1 Lucl Rivers and adlarent; \ -
to the ijcrspel of peace. mmi understanding. n:tont'appart'I.I' ] do :io- *tt .my' whore much with vim,,, >b" i..

Charles Sumner_ ;I l KVEIl :SINCE I the first awesome. and awful experiment ; do not arr.'v what the hell*, w >odd,; do without yon( ;

06 = O" : > 0, with :(!!' atomic bomb, there ha been a feeling in thheaits FLETCH RCSSEIIAnKuua : ; '
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YE EDITORrS EASY 'c HAIR0 : ,,.f the I people that the President, the Congress, an Flnc'O J, UOUd.

: eM] the Army and the Navy are more or less puppe. ;;&- ,- =o "'OCroC: : Ot3OC OnO I.
=: OCOclOC: o=oco ono:::::: under the direction of
these' unknown alchemist*.
11'.a.\ .'. II ..- ,r /i.M'I! -.1 n'hiinn\ ::1 i: the (Chicajf'" THE PEOPLE most. certainly do not undeJ'Jltand'hat go* COME ON-LET'S LAUGH
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d Rasd
fey
Sun. i, ."I,' .' .. .: i :it i-i-mini' "i-i-ni-ei '. 1'\ ,'rhap] '" y"u "n. They have trustingly! acquiesced to a national polic : ')nor----'Door--'ono: ===:=oaoc::==:t' .11 t' BII" maps of itate I I

of !the "''i'Irl'; ) e', '.' ,' ;"n ;als! will I'M Joy Ihl"I'! of the i: u.. -trtingt to them all were! the gnd-Ifke dictums of tb street maps ot
> 'I : 0'01> ,ir. i !!tm .- mad- --i, > ri'imont' pay mi h:> Ilik) titter Milaag chart i
early Spanish' c'atquistadores' when '
they cool nut of thi
t"r..W'rlil.h. Ii'1 ;"- '. (1.\", gone by : > to ancient 1lexico.i !;.rn'. ( Ire; : i ii-, h.'t:: ,'I" !I.' : -',,1 int.. > the "nsti-ni"' am'ij. distinct between. cities.
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pi- din: ; ) telegrapher, .out of buni-i ] -A'f... I h-ai.'n/' : \ .i.. :r.. i .if'e' runnitip. Pokinir, In1

11' .. -ii you see no yoiintr men or wom>:: i' IIAVING DISCOVEnEI thi: terrible weap.ui. we now fe::r bean.:ii\ "-i 1 'h. nn: she ..:!.. i. ""i 1 hat y,"u. An: Km".' "
it : and fear is. the cause ..f all war. 1':1: ;; by day! we a" \'up." I.ere'h..I' -"' 'r. "I I i'i-t r..lIlII." We
"f livelihood i U the M I"I" are
It I' o'i -" keys Cut 1
,. [ piling! up more of these mOn..tl'nUII't'u on" of, destructiop, "J"I: t hold l \vr n-it...* :" -ali hi- wife. "1'I tiny 1 tin..
t t. -t .,, .' '.\i;: : \i;I. have long memories and \\'e -so that we may be ahead ot'an enemy who may be so 'linnei/ bell! and )!I'tht\ hired men from the field to. pull' New

II' : I J',urn' a "round half dozen of them ogre e.< '' audacious as to fear us. and start making them too you out"

r.::, n' ..1.. '" ,. du,;:on recently printed here that the !f THE TEnniBLE atomic race is. underway, with the United f "What lima be It, Mary ?" came the gruff voice of

I '1. ;r' 1 1' ''' -." meaning the end of a .story com11 ;i States far in the lead-we assume. Certainly any othei her hutband. Fishing
nation which might plan to use these Mum ll:3: ." ;
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on u
i i.' '' in a city room oriirinuted with (' weapons -
and there are no other w'aponwould he as aecrethv "N'o. Mary, don't ring the bell yet. Water's! cool :aim daily
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;'in t !their! manufacture! as were we .before, Hiroshima.. not "" bad. I'll just swim nrouml till dinner time" :
J : u'\ ,I' .. '11 Robert MacKenzie Western i i \\ AK.SI. we are iom. win' no longer, oe declared!. Hey win I Come in and : : : :l

t : ... I ..! :aiis.1] agree that tht- term bewail j i be push-hutton affairs, in which attacker and defendet Caught Red-Handed ,

i i., ;I attempt tu annihilate each other in minutes and Wile "Let that letter ,
'1'1 tin \ ,ith which a televr.ipher.! send- hours. : me see you've just open-d.- I our display

i..,' ,'. '.Il. -i-, tor)'. The "XV added BACK TO THAT premise of the assumption of power bxt "an see from the handwriting iI'.. from a woman and 7"> < .
up
I an unknown group, and the end of democracy turned pale when read it."
as we have ] you
,
I \\ I i-i: the I
"I nave Idea-kllfJwinll' well
i iMWrier
;: known it. Certainly the people will not know whether WE Huxband : "You can have ft, It'* from your :nlimt. .
t I'' .' .- I. ". \\ men and their cons plan war against any other power-because that knowl- ."-The ratalina blander.

4 s '..1 ". 'tei"* or for wor,i>-that iome- J edge would bring annihilation on us from across. the seas

i ..' -n, i .0.y: back in Mi-Kin: ; ley'* time Any rival nation, in self protection must conduct its '''\'- The Dud

I '' ; .. ,-.j.; added up' to thirty ands (j eminent by ..t''I't'lu'\ chamber. ff>r month" ho-: had btn her devoted admirer. X," I

at Unit last lit- had -trewt-il<<: uji iifficint\ rmiraire "> .j
HAS
; :-i-' copy just. tn different.. THE discovery of atomic )power already: changed inI I
J ... ':. '1 t ilia "xx.x"cam. before '"W:' I fact (Iif not in outward appearance) the governments of hi the most momentoo.il of all flllt-"tifJn.-| I

a 'I ck :rom the nv. rams to the : all nations bringing about secret dictatorships of scient- "There" are quite a M flf ;idvnntii/f| in lici'ia. "

tl ... '' : '' "",n-. I lots and miliary men ? bachelor he began "but there come a time when '1/1
.\1.. 1":1': p .! an' ancient copy of "The Phillip* | longs for the companionship of another beinir!-a i"-' '" 1 I
(' : .i't! r J I-Tii.:' firmly believing he would j IIT'S' SOMETHING to think about-and unpleasant thinking who will regard one an perfect : whom one can m-a1 <

n.. I .- .fviid.j But Walter Phillip ;: too. It is true that the world has always feared new one' absolute propert- : who will be kind and! faith! ,

1 II' 'I I .. '.I. t sir' hud a wanderlust-us hud ;:;! things. In 1751 when Den Franklin conducted his. famous when times" are hard ; who will share one' joy and -nrown ,

IT'' ,', t' -i iuiier'" / sharing the itch with rep I j kite experiment the world feared the power of electricity I
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) 'd.. I ill'w'y.' The Phillips code. 'i much as it fears atomic power today, says Thomas Watson I To its delight he raw a sympathetic light in her, \ ." -

i. ' a- 'a thoroughly tested method clear-thinkiiiK L'nitd States industrialist. "We must, Then he nodded in agreement
,'1' .. ..1 d' :'1 .Ivjmiphir purposes and const j all hold our faith in the United Nations, and' the I'nited "So you're thinkinir of buying a dog:' -h'- -aid "1

I, ', .. I Ii; rr i -mission of press reports" 1, Nations must have faith in each other." he opine- "IA-'I! think itV a fine idea. Do let me help you rim-, I' ,,11-, ,- 1
'I" I each of through our own form of Tit-cits.
H.{ :u'mary'if" a tiK-htened-up lanif- worship call for increased i 1;
.. . faith in a world of freedom
111'' I. > "f print and nut of circulation peace and increased -
fn'' 'I.1 t'J': i '' "- in not an abbreviation in !: t,i ),ro..peritfflr. : all." I| Just a Minute Please

WI ,!, .. tt.1. ".1. : .. not know and use as frequently !i THERE'S !SOMETHING else Mr. Watson. ."Perkins. Parkin, Peckhem, and \\.0'--,110". 11111I'11-I
might ham > i j ':
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m.I". 'I." -i- '. '.a' i hail he uses. the English laniruaxe. j I tioned :
: for the
Than a prayer salvation of the democratic form 1 1 "I want to "IeakIth )Ir. Perkin"
"-I' .I'' tmv.Mil'd of old-time reporter, of I
newspaper | government. 1 "Who. ? / '
calling please?
U'r .: :" Akers. of the Sun I |
\O.It 1'h. .r dispatches. largely in Phillips code THE I WAY THINGS look today, a handful of men art !!; "":\Ir. Pincham. of Pincham Pettam. I'nppiim.' and AUra H'H05' '

I "I .'. ''ti t tar, I the "receiving telegraphers; he gets ; running things in this and/ other countries, and the popl !I Toes.

th.. "I. .' ""J'I and ,p,Its. them into good English for thrliaps 'I ale ignorant, afraid and pr.tctically} struck/ dumb "by the! "Ju t one moment pKae. I'll connci-t I ne \ "I .' 't'- : ,'/ inability t I.. understand what Perkins', office."
i' : c-olloriuial Cntrlish" would be l Itet ;j goes: on.Horticulturally Firestone
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teiea, 'J' J1 U ...... .,j Engiit"seeing; that Mr. A kern in a mat', I), ,i i i i "Hello. Mr. Perimfflce.; : ." High Quality 1't
:.I i i i
',. nmuunuunuulihunwnuimnltilniilliiumuniuinumuuunuuuuin, 1 1 i I l i i i i "I No.G''.,. R..mw;
; : !j. ''i. But he saves his paper lot of money oV want to speak| to )'r. Perkins. 1.0: !
tef' ,:, ', ,; '. I "Mr. Perkins? I'd nee If he'n in.'h(')' calling. MIRRORS
\ ". Speaking please?" Fin. Ou.lay
.u.pi.vr' that our political editor is filing a. FUEL PUMPS 2.19
die! .: > 'I', U "i \\'+,-hington !in this fashion : i "Mr. Pincham."

,.i/ .. i'I i aph Pot us alir Pa ave." I.i :'IIIIllllllllllllllll lll1111Illlllllllllll.lthlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll "Ju.t one moment Mr. 1'lnrham. Here's :Mr. pprkiiii ABSORBERS Shock .1.25:
I ,i-j, .. ,a-t two words would make /sense to thi j llllllllll111111111I .<. Put Mr. Pincham on pleane.' r
,-. C..KIT: I < a"uJ,,| ..I. I. B..I., )., .. Oil: iJ '
avet.i.-. "I': >r.. I inhe u young newspaper man or a pros ., <'-la: ( .lll.irhl.1.' I Utt.rU.ihn -.'. : "Just one moment please I hate :\\r.. Pincham !rijrh'' fiLTERS ...:. .1.10
I'essoi Ki:; >-I r.. But Walter; Brows, taking Pete Akers' .n.u nI Kitilurm:, v\it.-, in !li.-r "'11,1,I Mrv St.ml.-v,' Kitilui.i, : i I here. Okeh with Perkins i Parkin. Peckham, and Potts "

story <." !.. '. ,..-. would: translate it thusly : Stuart Mr.. Pincham. (in ahead." ... w +... -. .
"Ctf.t-;1 ,' !I'lituse' announced the approach of the \\ 1"11 I e-.,, i-ttniv' ; I'n-U.t tt
!President .1. :II\\u; Pennsylvania avenue" \Ve particularly Ed M.-iiiiinjei! ""III"' .ivr. the radio.; It ads xnnr" : mown. P''It' "! "Okeh."-Rotary Hut. Home!, New York. I
like "Potu' :,rot t letters of'the words "President of the and told I shout him niting rare tR''(". I made role |Bump fnnn, tl
o kitchen In the living n.Hn n'.teti: I heard his and '
I'nited States. And who outside of an oid-time reporter lame III.u1. Floriil.i Partially Worth While

or an old-time tits irrap.her could make "applause" ouz' f I It i. Lama kind of" t'Ie.jtil'lI1.! ..... you laver mtnethftig abmrt wimcoiM-\|1)1 I ",-. your M>n'a college! education of any r'ul'ulue'? '
vim
!. I .I "Yes! indeed. It ha* cured his. mother of bragging!
ruts lantruatre[ the telegraphers was learned by tnt: I j I about him.:'-Rotary Talk. Humboldt 'Iowa.
present- lH.v crop] -jrravbeards, all of them-at the knee, The crape mv-rtUi's ore till in full bloom In Stuart. I think' omj j I --
or rather t the (..1110of craftsmen of earlier generations. (if the prettiest f I'luivcteen k time rare white bash in the yanl! 'n. r Efficiency _

Phillip' Code has /not been! printed for many years. because the drivew-jv'tUiu-:; tin- I......- ,of :Mr. and :Mr. ,\. P. Kniegpr. II i, While waiting: at a suburban station a tran'lI"rVa f '

it has been/ unnecessary. to print it. The telegrapher magnificent! surprised to .see the I ctatlomiaster lining up all the porterc: .0e
learned the Phillips language as babies learned to talk. along the edge of the platfom.: {
Thi disappearing group Of men were persons 01 Oilier' trees miw in !Hullo in Stuart include time lliH-flo' ."(n\l! Presently a noniitcp. ma.n; -line train thundered (

prodigious memory. When :you come to consider! that h Tilxmrliina t&:ra", "", .. a. Brazilian tree that: I planted" b, my card as .1. j throwch the station. A. the carriages came abreast 0. io

dot and da"h1'(' all that Morse had to work with and i I I memorial to my mntl.rr. It first khunied the. day she passed ass .\\ ( the line of porters the! traveller caught a glimpse of of y I
that out/ of dot and Eel U 19-15. and it nmv covered with cluster of( fk lli.a ni .. eooo
a a dash came the symbols whicl ?ers opvin'val i i well! dressed man leaning> out vf a carriage window with
spelled out the entire purple and fade cr.idu.illy to .1 purplish red. I I /
vocabularly of a well-educated person a notebook and! pencil in his: hahJ*. I
in nf several Haufiiiiia; ,; %:raiulifl mj from South Anu-rica and Banliiiiia. ;
any score of languages you have to take animiiiata? i Aftc-r the train had: gone' through the traveller
off hat to from India two .of the p.irtk-nlaily; fine unhid'. tees with white llmv. I turn
your u telegrapher although the gesture is a rare ed to one) of the [porters,
ad one-because, whether you meant it or not. you are blooming; steadily in my: yard none although the former's f1o\t"I i iopen ""'a:4: that one of the company's directors *.
saying good-by to vanishing craft. I, at night;; and fall cflly, '> ficlotl in the morning. v. yni' have to I tram?" he asked: in that g4.95

One hundred and fourteen years ago Samuel Finley wall around ,by moniiliclit, : to get: the full tffeit. "Why, no. sir" the porter replied. "The i I AluminumFLY
I3reee :Morse\ Canaiifa nlurata./ Loon as the 1 lunii-vlani the, man leaning :
flashed his first code message: from Wash ;. Indum )'r rfuns' out of the carriage was the company's KEEL
ington to Baltimore I trtv. i is MI full of (flower that it secrets the wisde tailor: he was ,
-"What God hath wroulI'htHe yard nearby. Tinyrlliivv measuring; u* for new uniforms.. :'-Answers.. '
also left all veteran telegraphers a painful badge of honor hlomo'ilh, strap-like. petals are not partitnlarly uttr.K-tivi- I 3.00

-the :Morse finger, partial paralysis: of the digits due to to the eve but they certainly do male tie nose glad.; For seven weeks. a farmer who had

keeping you and me abreast of all that has been happen. Utlonix;: regie:time, royal. p'.ind.III.1., till lianes:;on. Time tree in Mr. into the community advertised a team recently moved U.Hw lgb' but exceptionMly ,
ing.. Tracy Murtyn's yard is full of gorgeous' red flow en that have Ixt-ti, weekly paper, then came into the for sale in the strong. Sturdy ratchet I t

0 0 putting on their exhibition now more than; a month.David pay his; bill. newspaper office to spring.dries tnlckJjr.Coleman's Ventilated. to line

Having learned the Morse code in my boyhood and "Did you sell the team?" I inquired
Stiimxk and I I.enll., ... a* I took his
worked or played at sending messages and having grownup a book: "Shade sail Ornamen money.
:
l in newspaper offices where the bug and! sounder eru tal Trees for South Florida uixl Cuba". wliich devotes 20O pages tn "No," was hill reply

important adjuncts to printing the news!!, I get a personal : descn'Uiig and picturing some of the native and introduced species( "Do you want to tragain?" I asked
that lee and, I have been.
thrill out of this record. studying and J.'ftI\\inlt: over a good many years. "Keep her goin'." the farmer .said.
The hook lias been I "I've had lots
pulluUd. tcrially in time Stuart time of
E. A. M. : :News past I chances to sell that team but I ain't
v,,,,r, have got any such Idee.
now we brought i'i up to dote added some fine pliotogrjplis. like horse: and I like to talk about them. I
We're Confused! and in time next few witls we will start distributing it to tlie main stranger and I put that ad! in no I came here a I.
The photographic studio advance orders we hose rtch'cd. TIe book will be bound I horsemen would( come
and tales office will) be on paper at out and look at the team and talk about
t the first floor while the production and printing office $2.50 and cloth bound at V3.50 and if vou have not already! ordered" tie ad has got me acquainted with horses That lit Auto

will be in the basement on the second' floor.-The your ropy I suggest you do .m> IK..,.. I h" goin'-N'eIson dozens of horsemen
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meeun Mrs Gt'o ,
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introduced She E..I: : ;i' r- 'Greatlm rica ( ij Mark ::11 SOCIAL YOUR our busmen Ic :.-,-' hood, OUCCHAMBER .f,
fp fltilinJIIIIIIII"II'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII NEWS of 11 11MR
rhsrloll' STUART
fstlng talk on the flit I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF ( OMMERCEGe : ::
l !I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l l Mta!
done b)' the Auxii-i-r .: Florida --

orrnnis j and an Insight into what u *iP'cted : : AM :MRS OlAPPELKA Mrs. Dumond Itferwln of Ed'ii! 1 R" KENNETH STIMMML <-r... B t.., :v'' Sl.aw, h;, i
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trIIUR as we to along Other ft ENTERTAIN WITH DINNFR lawn on the Indian Riv '. ". meeting of guests of the I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
u evening .
were UnLorrain AeCU1MPJ Chappelka _
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I '-. Monday to spend a weeklsltnm" ,! County an organization! bat isin ine
w: j26 Amerlma Lish SIh: dj:<'!i-r: ;prudent entertained Friday night Miss Olna Frisco of Tampa, who all reality/ the backbone of --
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'. .::\ heldbusiness and her sireat-rea 4- with a dinner at the Lighthouse was her
roommate at the Florida
: 4' : I f I Mrs Han- .,:r. .*.::. ;-. _.k I In honor of Miss Laura Bass State College for Women i lit t tTallahassee. he community and county as /
w.P
.- I1/P'N'It' and her house guests, Mr. sere far as business and progress '&
$ o4Y .
410 ;t I Set .aGJ4Hr0 t :NIT
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-.., at qO.-Q' ,_"r'p "SI11fW/f! ?; OriX+["T Mr Wilkie Taylor and daughter -C- concerned A
.... ., vNrryiPI'e. e. ggles7T. 44f4,4a1Asia peR..1 Miss Ann Taylor and MM Ann Lee This organizat has .
Roe bfot'nlun
Jane Parker h J. .Geg; 601"1 r..,. daughter of Mr
tJl.
t Pu Herman i\
Aa iwo r I ArnsCoJ i Deetcr Other
Golden or Marbl' If.. S'1'J"' < '\ .;, .-"_ I Commodore and MIA! gustswere and airs. Lee Roe of Atlanta toning for a long tune and BREAD !
Stan Avenue left Sunday morning t POUND CAKE Icy K'tchlng, niss Family: Beach visit her aunt and uncle. Mr a lone I hall straggle to secure ----
21CA wa.rlaa Leslie KIdd und Dud
E Sl Chapptlka and Mrs. Ray Martin In Norfolk ,tends with which to carry on.
Va. ''It hat been INFNTS
I a light to counterattack -
14-oz. :MilD !MRS HOWELL 1 the marks
-C- made
,/ EACH 28c : HOSTS AT tUNNFIlMr ,I Mr. and Mrs: I, O Howard and against It: it l.a-i b'en a bitter ALFAR MILK

and Mrs f Marvin: H Row ellntejtalned ton Richard, of Ml Pleasant struggle to make the major.tvol The Bfo.tI: <>i.r* Can Bill
at dinner Saturdayi.ipht Oa.. are the house the ople of this
Marvel s guest ol )hI> p city and:
BOSTON BROWN BREAD at their home 1118 Osceol: I brother and sister-ln-law. Mr county a-e the benefit/ derived! BUY BONDS
1 Boulevard Otusts Included. Co: and Mi*. Z E. Howard of Pur'! irom a CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
and Mrs Zack Mosley Mr. and Bewail, :, .
LOAFMR10ES Mrs Alex Dellch and Major: ant.His I Alfar Creamery'
We have too
Bert many people :n
I ecr Krueger.James Mr, and Mrs. O Mancll of Stuart and the countyas a nEST FILM: BEACH

6 StsC! N vC.l.F ,ail CUKt4lt< M ---- OoMen Oate were visitors Sunday whole. who do nothing but 'SC Flamingo: Or <>bon! TITS
5 r- I.f "avY.'CteelO.tRw"rawne.Sre r i Prgram, jr., who visited of Mr and Mrs Ira Richard cilticlze l tht actions of other

O 17c'MEATS --- _- --UfSulhrredA/'RAnCra'CTCAftrA. i his grandmother, Mrs. till son of White City They make comments against --- --- -- -
--- _._._ William.1) _
----- In Marianna / /
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---- the Chamber
-- ol Commerce and JJ'tn'i -
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-- --- I :' -l?"l.: : :h* Fort flew home with Major B'i
Pierce.t :t Nelson Paik of Sebastian
| made a business trip to I it actions If the people <>p ::t
trill, Green I L '.. ,..l ir". j: tit rort Fierce. : Beach Monday: Daytona Krucger James has just celebrated visited rehtlven last week h.. half of their tiriz'ne! tinin Floor Con-uln- Iltasnefloor
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h R :r"-r"r: ,w of'let" his seventh birthday. I Port Sewall. helping the Chamber the c.t% ,
Slalnrnr.peslalisl"
W 2POUNDS 2 I cream Warren Sh'pes! Jr. has re- !
335 f t* ,-.r'ntel. after 'I -C- and county would profit more
,.. '.. theT 'Iivod his discharge from the Martha P'gram, daughter o: Mildred ClonU, who has beer. The Chamber o' Commerce if
nest meeting of Navy and re urned here Mr. and MM. James Ptgnun, I Min : the guest of her grandparents. not used for the benefit of a SPARBRITEPRODUCTS

5 No 1 Yellow Je: -r. .Ax: .i1.lry wUl be heldl'.da i i Mr. and Mrs Lewis! Oamble Fort Lauderdale, vbiUiu Mr. and Mrs John Rhodes ur few': it Is for Uv benefit 'of

r \ .. nine ABgttK 11th in were dinner Shirley Roselle Revere Pa.. for the past ;sUweeks i every one In Martin County and & SERVICE:
tVI NIONS 1Sc ( ':. ;..r.,1 Tjwn' Itolt All new I guests of Mr and i returned to her home ur; the reason for lu struggle for
I U ll.,.. Mrs Lane Jennings Phone Hi Kox So. 2-T
Friday
eve-
I - [ : riv-r a:e urged to attend I I Ia I I i| Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bess hav Riverside Drive today Its existence is the fart that
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t ,. i-i tj. set .bwqr on our I I, nag. written from Riley Brook, N. C too many profit from the works trill! CFII l LORIII

('hr:':Il: *'rit for the hose I! Mrs. Adolph Ilertel entertained 'I Canada that they are piorerding Mr. and Mrs. Evans Crary. ace 01 the Chamber and put nothing'

ELERY I ...... h?r bridge club at Seymour from Riley Brook, the tow., rompanled Mr. and Mrs Richard into It. There are business

STALK jayatll.altttllttttw ,, -- Inn Wednesday afternoon High where the highways end and the O:Jkerj Jr. of Miami to Orlando f"tabltaJubnta in Stuart that FLOORSFloor

:?\.tr j. ,j \fr R. B. Spinney score prizes were awarded Miss :I Indian trail begins, on a 10-da, Lake Butler last Satur- have NEVER put one penny :

: .' :' T ey tot New York to Honey Robertson! and Mrs Lewu ': trip with. two guides a coo; day to spend the weekend with into the treasury of the Cham- '
GEORGIA ELBERTA -.r. :.'a velcs with id a- OamW Others playing were three canoes, a pacK wagon ana Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Pick rail ai b'r but have reaped' 'housandsci E\t r'anded! .lt1 I

I Mrs. Betty Alderman: Mrs. C H saddle horses their fishing camp. Mr. OelkM; dollars from the people that t the Beautifully,' Fin:-.h-d rSparbritf .\'

' \ EACH E S pOTATOES H .'.' xr I Ili i <-h and ton Blllie, Alderman. Mrs R. S Robertson I Is state representative from : Chamber has brought into U..rk XuarantewiRUGS

.:. .. ';\..** from Couth Mrs., Seymour Gideon, and Mrs. Mrs. Jack Davis and (little son Miami the city and count They ar : F'rft. ."timt''''.
I (' a vial: with Itr. and i L. J. Ward. j Jack jr.. of Kobe Sound left -- __ the ones who think of their'
II t 'Jr "j < \tartln Mi Munch''I' Mrs. Francis Thomas, who was I Sunday to visit her brotricr-ln. I Mrs. Dorothy Tuck ol Port mn selfish aims and are so .'

u -Ibs 47/ 5-lbs ',. tii., home WednesB taken to Martin County hospital i i law and wife. Mr and Mrs. DanDaniels Sewall Is in Boone. N. C.. attendIng told as to say that we could gel

291 c .' B..r remained with. Mr last w ek Is reported to be Improving of Fort Lauderdale tlv teachers college along Wthout! a Chamber of I

aYt -' .- :!\r-i :\olC'n and will attend -- I Commerce .

Harry Nightengale returned I Mr and Mrs Wilkle Taylor Mrs L. M. Johnson and daugh- Town and rti: << are what. Rujr Cartfullx Cleaned: t d

'Una CideHEGAR2T .M- j MrC.. T. Tytwtall Saturday from a visit of several I and daughter Miss Ann Taj'lor. I tei Jill are leaving today. accompanied met make thn S jart and Thon>uirhlI! Ilried I b>' Sp, --

-1 1.:0ChartaW.: and son neekx with his daughter In NewA.sbestOk of Philadelphia, and /Mis Here '. by her mother. Mrs Mi:tin Count .- \\ ::..: .<- make britt A1--\ m.-th-prooffi, ,

:;,: 17cden I H ._: i-> guest of I!?. and JnP I man Deeter of Cleveland felt :S W. Bobbitt Of Miami who n .std \\I 'h', .:: .,c, t.:d our and r-.izinj|.'.
mh '.\- L Frtdrtduen Sitter. lor their homes Monday morning i with Mr. Bobbitt have been tlii 1 h .11'' ..nh ick of

; was used! a. a cremation alter visiting; Miss Laura : 'house guests of the Johnson ., .. .' aL.-
( Tip Brand "f W for Decatur. Oa., to visit! I 11. .
: C Jotntrm cloth by the Romans! II I Bass. I .:') :- .': MERCHANDISE
I --- --- ---- _ _____ j sister Mrs R. J, snelle and f1Snf'lIf'
ICE Ii JUICE 42c ,

i 46-oz. can f Mrs, R. L DcLoach arrived CHILLS & FEVER H ....r, ..'ii l' :' ";'iV maten-
5I4ry Thursday from Valdosta, Oa
i I Mrs, Oeoige Kellh and child DUE TO ,' :- :- ...t.r'a axe*.
rllr Pure EXTRA TASTY BREADI! to visit her son-in-law and MALARIARELIEVED666 ,
rtn who have been -
vacationi
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I nY: 'd.'ntHIr.dt.
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I daughter. Mr and Mrs. Dalton
III SAUCE Ito:t7 18c ,, Anderson. i 152 for nine week arrived Fr-. .- '>
,. ,.. I day from Atlanta. Mr. Keith ha I
-- entered hose;
--- -- i Emory University ;
Mrs. Glenn Murray and ton t ....;
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untain Crest French I pltal In Atlanta for a phl'Jcoal i .cr,7'u
Style
and ,,
Stephen daughter Cleaner,, -
checkup.a ------ ---- -
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EEN eiiroute from visiting I -- --- ..
BEANS .Nr: 17
c In Alabama to their home In DON'T BE FOOLEDBY Cash For Your Car
Highest
---- ---- --- 'ISC Boynton, were guests Wednesdayof SOLICITORS FOR
n Pate 1'1's 1 her uncle and aunt. Mr. and STATE'S DEAF-MUTES
F Mrs W. H. Smith WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
1110 with Pork and "f I HI10 Oc Florida can the O. P. A. limit for tat whichis
Tomato Sauce 17 Jar Jt Association for th Deaf pay you your
-oz. Edgar Martin arrived t week
-- -- ---- I does not sanction or app re'c- th_ at much as you can get anywhere and
from Piqua, Ohio, to spend' his .
I Sweet Tender sale Of deaf-mute alphabet ardor
STAY WITHIN THE LAW
,
vacation of two weeks with /Mrs
the soliciting of Urns. Heir
[AS No.2 12c home Martin at their Indian River S. Austin, secretary toga public SUNRISE MOTOR CO.

can support In putting .a sap, tj
the practice 311-25 South Dixie

When Mr and Mrs. Robert O Jud- Such cards are being p:cldlcd Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190
lOr Silk Available BECAUSE IT'S FULL.STRENGTH-thi-t acute fresh SOn of East Fifvli Street are by prisons who aineither cleaor ;

or Woolens \ rjjt goes right to work :>:o waiting-no. extra leaving tomorrow by motor for I. mute who pry on a sympttlu: -

steps* And Heuschm-inn/ 'a fresh \east helps mike Stanford, Conn. to visit their tic public and at the same time

bread that. tastes sweeter. is lighter, fnur-ttkturcd son-in-law and daughter, M.' bring reflection on all deal )>eople -
DREFT23C and Mrs. Harold Proon, They '
I
e nets= time. IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-bet sure to will/ also visit. in Wbcdfcury, I The Florida Association voted

r AA Western get HeHhmann'-. artist frii-h N
ROUND or SIRLOIN with th, familiar yellow label.I Ihptnd -C- 'I" adopt a law similar to that of
fLUSH' --------- (uH'intnca time-tented iavoritt I Mr. and Mrs, A, C Courson of other states prohibiting thI -

ge Un 19c STEAK 69C I itEScM Tian+lkl.s tic more than 70) viurs Eldorado Heights have as houseguests J I peddling of deaf-mute alphabet
Mrs Coursons brother- '
lb. cards and soliciting alms sinceit
in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs.
9t
rht Sail Is obnoxious to the deaf and
ksrh A I/O1} wa'fftT J W. English, their son, Phil, 1
EACH, qt, btl. 13c PRIME RIB of BEEF I and daughter. Carolyn and her an imposition on the public.
Those who sln'ert'ly'Ish to
niece. Helen Ruth Taylor of
ANSER ROAST 59 I laid the deaf or mute can help
,lb. I Elba, Ala ,tea
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TALON by finding them gainful employment -
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2 can. 9c I I Austin said. I

ABISCO! i CHUCK I THINGS ARE JtMPINC
CRACKERSi
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1 1.lb. pkg. 18c ROAST ,lb. 52C GOOD WESTERN MEATS |I I 01T Manitou IV COLORDO Springs. Colo -p-,

Oame Warden A. Cooley tell
real SEE US FOR EVERYTHHING YOU NEED
iEEVJOS i about a tourist party that received -
12c Semi! Boneless ARE PLENTIFUL AT CROMER'S a sudden introduction to FOR THAT

PORK LOIN the wildlife of Colorado. SUMMERTIMEBEACH
real-=mall pk& A deer leaped from a 25-foot

HEATIE lie ROAST 65C nrrr- A WESTERN f mountain ledge to the top of r
AQi PICNIC
Penn I Round and Sirloin Slnkt,-LB. -_ _._ ___ u C tCRADC an automobile bearing an Okla- ,.
Window I homa license The tourists were' DELICIOUS WEINERS AND COLD CUTS
,
RAY, 20-ot, btl. 2Ie not injured, but the deer FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES l I <

Fillet of PORTERHOUSE 55c so badly hurt It had to be \\0.1'

;r Candy LB. troyed.
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URGE 19c SALT MACKEREL FORANTHONY'S 1 1i

"Mi 1 LOST 52 Lbs.! J
bi.co' Ib. 33c MILK FED VEAL 55c _
SHREDDED WESTERN CUTLETS LB. ..._ _.... ..___ lIAR, s. .SIZE. "Lt: I., n.AGAIN"ras woNCNA. .
HEAT t f

11C In Our Seafood Dept. :?:.?"ha IoN, ;!.P"1: : :: ; N \

Nabisco VEAL CHOPS 49c 6r/'ma4. .. ...pnlalwa....... .,.... Ou.Nr. 1e
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n -- or_. nYt M......... IImY tours
TROUT hulwnY,:','n llr,IYII.YLmit
1 .nAY lanY N.nea.-A.:
RITZ .. ..... _..
In YI al urged sty
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mid W "' eras Ida
THE COMPLETE FOOD STORECROMER'S brl 1/,. 'IS routY. :
rte :::::: .
L hw wM velar
21C lb.BLUEFISH 39c 1N wwW/raelrtNall ,,"n"..,..... ...... EREconomy

lsN SYJ. w.YM dalalWI 1
MI wwal4 Nalw.. \
prYmea
MARKET reamrbW.nawmVlYCU11Mm. 14\ Grocery
Jut. I" wNAN Yd eNMI whMyo .
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A & FOOD STORES TilE UP TO DATE STORE 'ii 11 Ym.VldbdnllY "'... dwr.taw .,
I J *AlB WE DELIVER PIIOVE: 58 HOME OWNED FRIENDLY
LLD OPERATED
S .. BY THE CHEAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC Stuart Drug Co.-Phone II 201 S. Akron .%ve. WE DELIVER .f
fourth Street Stuart Florida' I : Tear Out Reminder This Ad A* A Tdcphcae 113 It t


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I. PALE MX fill vlltRI l NFW'. SII'AHT. Martin County. ILORIIM, IMtRSDlf, AI CCSTB t. 1MG .. .__ ____ .__
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.._ cut off the food
| 1 But, .,.t;. \,h..:.'. %,,v Y'rk "A> calk! d'L,'' ::::: iGOOCOC=:lOClOc:==:lOClOu t=:I' :Mi. dm,' R-U., IIIIRuirt! he; ;,K bib I'nat 0'i uuri.it i '' >evIii'! 1 Builds

(<{ ) mamnuI ..: ::, 1\ :' Oi.i:,'1.0 in the date it w i,a U!' daughter Mrs. Ernest Tyner I\\'hn.) i the\, lice in 1'1'(410)( )11' \\IH'I .,apply LYRI
H SOCIAL NEVIS Stuart D i and Mr. Tjner. have left for a .- kr
matntiin ,,.L. .< : .. ..: .1 Dutch trading;:: pat n I I ; --
f ---. two' \\"t'ek.'a'atlon.. The\ will
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.-oaot =oa--- -c0oc u, vlsi Cypress Gardens and SIl- FOR SAL '

;BBL cn UI'ELK.IIOSOREO -. \o ontos in the Carolinai \T Springs befor- going to Da>'- : THEATR
Just Arrived ''us BIRTHDmM>im .:a taliiN tona Beach for a week ]

Mrs Artru C'-ip; ,* .k.. in r. I
:atnedwith a: c1.:.-t'p..:t\' Wed- T Constance left Monday Mrs Albert Shrtgle and child- 4-Bedroom House PROGRAM f(

>iesdanight t to c\.b.ltd: : heri :ni 'ing to spend three weeks I ren returned home Tuesday
Sheaffers Pen & Pencil Set i husband birthday: .i.nerwn: \ac.;ton in Philadelphia and from Cullodln/ Oa.. where they 2 Baths THISWEEKFRIDAY
1.a. their home Crescent Po.n'; Atlantic City were the guests of her parents

NEW LIFETIME POINT FROM $11.75 up .Qift on .t. Lucre Crescent A Mr. and Mrs fioit Rutherford '
I iATUAUGl
iftX birthday cak emboNsccirtth C. jrge Boring of South I -C-
I rosebud and light:d with B nd. Tnd. U visiting his aunu Mrs O L. While and daughi See Us Today I 'M 9. 10lRCE
:''pink candle WIU & n.tdUh i Mrs John and Mrs Clatr Ollson i ter. Maydee, returned home yesterday -

Cold Filled tAeet at the co-riuclon. of the a: d their husbands. and his | from Safety Harbor : DEHON &
i; inner Present' *.t'1'Nr.' ana stele and wife Mr and Mr. wher they have been the guests !II THEODORE DOUBLuFEATl1.
N Anklet Bracelet 2.50 i !;rs Archie Kidd Miss EmV .ti: Arthur Bowering George and i of Mr and Mrs O L. Downnor i !' AND SONJ::1 :
ESTATE
ach Mla Dolores Law Lftl1: h.> cousin, Richard Gllson left : the past two weeks I' I'I REAL i FEARTi .IRE NO
and and Bud and Jim Chapp 1I" Saturday morning on a cruise I : DEHON BLDG.

and: mill fish along the Florida C M Walker and ton Jimmy. STUART, FLORIDA II'lei4 "

Pearl Pendant & Earring Set 10.50 1 -- keys This U Oeorg first trip I who have been vacationing for '_c- _-=- ..

: i OMMOUOKC: AND nl1l. here since 1926, when he was a ten days at Chimney Rock In '' IOC3 Iii" ij(
: i.JTCHINO HOSTS .ITCcnunodor >nial! child He is much Impr the Carolina mountains return- ; ==3 OOOC5Or00r' == 10I301 | ;

CINNER r.\Rtl' -, ASK ABOUT OUR LAY AWAY PLAN I i S"f.&W
I and Mrs Stanley its '.onderfui cilmate -
i : I I o Bar\ T ,
Watch: Repairing and EngravingOne i..Uhing; were host Tuesday: C- I I Mr and Mrs J. J. Cline of Victory -
I 'lht at dinner at then homeeedmore \$-. L. E. Bartlett and Mia : Sebrlng wer guests Sunday of i Q
Wet.It SCIMOI One Year's Guarantee I Cotugr on the St Rat, Cztrko: returned Thursday | Mr and Mrs P O Thomas of 0 IF\II ,
i i
I jcie River Incited guests uir from a fortnifu vacationn Riverside Drive. St. Lucie Estates M OPEN DAILY i r ? t
uded Miss. Laur.. Bas and her :'e. York Boston Buffalo. I 101 HOCUS
:taus cut t*. M* and Mrs W.;- Niagara Tall Washington ants I a- 2 FROM 9:00: A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT

Stuart Jewel ShopOUGHTER : ct': Taylor and their daughte- siit.ng Situ Margaret Cterku Mrs J. 8. Mlchaelson and son n SUNDAYS 5:00: P M to 12 MIDNIGHT
Lisa! Ann Taylor of PhiladOi t ti 11: Cleveland; and Mrs. Bartlett'/ James, of Jensen Beach arc vacationing -
hla. Mr Herman Deeter c. p.irtut in Olrard, Ohio In Oakland Malm 91
l fL: DING STUART GOODS |
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k'eland and Mr and Mi -C- where James is attending tin El PACKAGE
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------ :'j-hur: Chappe.kaMR. ; M as Janet Clay of Boca North-East Music Camp. war
--- Rat' n field was a week "nd'' -C-. !

VM MRS H'.UHIH.INNER gilt; t of her mother. Mr, Mrs Willa ford Random Leach 9 MARINE ROOM-BAR --- -
r HOSTS Bla..che Lowrey' in the Holleran has written that with hel'dauaht..r C ARTOON
:tment*. Monday she left Anne Wlnshlp Leach.
Vand Mrs C. Ialk('- apa on I 0
-.: r'a:;.:::. d at d.nr.er; Sunday the Champion to spend a month I they ;called: on Mrs Edwin A I I DANCING NIGHTLY TO 12:00 P, M, Q I "TRIAL OF MR. NCHAPTER
i ttau.ng friends and relative in Menhltiger In Cashier. N. C.
.c' .::r. .>t their home 103.;: 0 --
i .\'rd; Dm',. Ct Lucit E&- Col'imbus. Ohio and her aunt I: after visiting her cousin. the NO.1 MIXED DRINKSo

;'t' G'.t. were Mr ;and Mr ll's. Henry Bong in Cham- George Woodruffs in Highland! o I SERIAL
pals.i. HIM They were en route to A.she\ill
Tl.ton: Alta Dee Kei
erI :-n :-
and Enka to vila Dr. and MrMorltz -. RoomOPEN NO '
td Fred Stafford. Bill -
:: Canupp Victory, l Dining
BATHROOM SCALES $698 c: Mm. and Jimmy Walker and Mrs Herahel Worth then on to Columbia "JUNGLE RAIDEi
uf :tiamt who were week end Ohio. for her' daughtei Elizabeth -
gUe,u of her brother-in-law and 's i Mn Harold B Su'u>on'. DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS D 1 ---..., 1L
Sire L.or. C AlblIY. who hatee -
sistt! Mr and Mrs Paul Kelly, ; birthday celebration CIOt 70IIOr- OCIGr 0o0c 0
Jergen'HAND ;n the quest: of Hi* Edwin A SUNDAY MONDA
returned home
Monday. taking
Iennirer .n Cashier N. C. .--- '
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bact: her mother. Mrs. Mary\ E i
LOTION i cited Mr and Mr E. t Com..' AUGl! I n 1 ER :
79c Sm;:h, who ha been viaitlnah
Value ..1 Ca< ars Head. S. C. AccomI ..
daughter Th Worths andMi V..
\anl'd I tjx Mrs Comar she hit '
>. Smith were resident of "'

WINE OF GARDUI 79c 'londas. to stilt b>', automobile her sisters. for and Ch.cagc g."-' Stuart for Many- .>-ear*, Safe Deposit BoxesSafe \1He $ .

Value to their summit hems in Laic
Ddaar.1" ors Karl Krueger her :sons ,... O\" ep' Atr'
Ritiolph and Karl John and : I ,.'''.
MCKESSCN'SMINERAL -
:\Ij.Alice Ann Slathers return-! !
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dugau.. ed Thursday from an extended' deposit boxes are now available for those persons who have a t
were OHfI".Jht1.dtor; Wedi.
OIL 89c t-p: of 5400 miles bringing her | application on file.
,,. ta;' ji M.ami: -
cousin' Jane OTCtel of Eucltdt. i

I '. I M-. Ernest-Bate- left 'est'r- .Oh.o back with her to spend I Other customers requiring safe deposit boxes: arc asked 1 to put their I CARTOON
":-.ral! week i
roar on the Champion for R>, N applications on file immediately. "HOLI VWOODK
RUBBING V to tprnd the balanc of t:.. -- -
ALCOHOL 39c summer with her.oll-In-Ia. u:.,: \l'.. Lawton F Ocitier and CAN rEES'
? 1.\ 11' Claude and Claudia of
dau-liter Mr and Mrs a :I.: .
---- -- ---- I J--ksonvtll arrived Sunday to
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Sum rt t-it; .: hEr parents' Mr and Mrs 1 FOX NEWS
Cf!: ''n McPhrnon and her !Il ift
Co: u.r: Mr z..k V: .' .ii m ilUtSDAV
Extra for August OnlyDOROTHY >.., ...L.vvd .twiu lU. Au......_ ar '.:er and sister-in-law Mr ,
and! Mr*. Boyne McPn'ron. Iv t I I .
I r'urt to their new home In th :: WED ESrAUGL'
Bro-.1""a7 aecUon of St L..c. r :

PRODUCTS-THE BEST _-tat s. :.Earl.< yesterday Rteou flew to to attend Jackson-th 1CITIZENS Jlf. I M 1 13./4/
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Oa( .:le aid Fish Commls-iui "" I .
BLUSTERY WEATHER The R'\', and Mr Phil! M\ .
ting at the ROO!veil Hot 1
welt! and children. who ha .
Wednesday Thursday and Fr.
Lt-cn M.iunj her parents. M:
lOTION Value $1 .::d Mrs T. N. Ita\\'Jnh.:' I des}
Jeatrlce Ala retained ho. -- e BANK OF STUART
Mr .ai,dIr> D L. Wl111.II1.
dne.s(3) : ':iitronei u lEft Sunday t.t.II t iFG
DRY SKIN CREAM 11.: $2Orange .j+..d! thr 1
A tkacat
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Mss Caroline Fritz.:._ ;... Beard N C :\1"11", i ,, ''I I I .\U,!iaiSPECIAL! II, i'! '" "I'' 11.,1, :,,ncr, ( '''''1'1! '",'.. j,"ill
turned, to her homeD...:. ''

FlM ,, ::, Ohio afUrpe:..;.:._ : _._. _- ---..--
jmmtr vacation e...... :. .-

I SKIN LOTION Value $1 ..MeMss Magdalena- -; '.!... :. .. I -- Oq

Mrs. Roman J. Ir".J.' : O. -

:a Avenue left Sat'-rc.., : SALE $
TEXTURE Ve York to Join Mr IT'A.. A.

LOTION Value, $1Special ,.ft ;set week Th\ iJ.... d
I' i> :.d borne time :a: 'tfn H-:.:-
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r. and Watirb.ry C\;
500 PAIRS OF LADIES'i

DRY SKIN Mr and. Mrs Ruse:, F s'..' : '
MIXTURE
:; $1
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:and children. Jun Joe a: J J.' I
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cturned Sunda a"eaiation : '.i ,;
on their boa.. ........ i HOI fAn\ 'I.:
n the Gulf n:ar F., :: :..ty:: : I SANDALSI DIRE' :'

Bruner's PharmacyLyric and San.bcl-Ldane. -- : M ---

Mr. and Mr. HeroD shav :
I COME.DY
turned to the.r r ::.' 9;: .
Bids Phone 9 West First Street ..
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GOOD OFFERINGSSIXROOM f '! AND COLORS TO CHOOSE: /: HIOM t tI FOX NEWS


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1 MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE THURSDAYAUGUST ,
& GARAGE With Metal Roof-A-l CondItion
Golden Gate $8500 15
WHITES, REDS, GREENS

TWO LARGE FEAR

WATERFRONT at Rio. From State Road No. 140 YELLOWS, BROWNS .: NO. I
I to St. Lucie River. SO'xISOO', Road aloof FEATUI
Last side
$1500 I BLACKS and PASTELS \ t


INDIAN/ RIVER WATERFRONT at Jensen Beach $16500
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LARGE HOUSE & GARAGE Waterfront
on at BRIGHTEN VACATION DAYS WITH GAY FOOTWEAR! SEIREjFEATURE
I Rio. From State Road No. 140 to St. Lucie River.

Approx. 190'xl500" S150OO


I You cannot appreciate these offering* unless you see STUART NO'I

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.U 'JLAK'r .LWS, STt'ART, I
Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 194.

BABY I IISN'T last June, and 53 per cent below
ON ENOUGH the June 1940-44 aver"=gt 'j CONSUMER STRIKE said In stating that prices will : Eight million American will.
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were hatched in the U 8 Cu: LOWERS MEAT PRICES be lower next week. I go swimming this __. M4

RIM TABLES past June. I Stuart butchers-who, Incl- Cross water safety ..Bprt* Mr I

F S rn bureau has I Production of chicks dur1-? } 't dently don't like to pay high A bear cub is only eight or I that only about SVM' per M. I

,creed orida l C- commercial I the first 8 months thi ...car r i I prices for their meat any more nine inches long at birth, and I of them are ,....,. afe t. tkc
1.
r_ the country I totaled 1,022,868,000 a r da: .on than the housewife does In- weighs about 12 to 15 ounces mater
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of 19
wc:, the "maUwtEaby per cent when compared : et formed the News today that .
une
16T chlcluj with the same period lost: 'r::ar next week's prices will be lower
1 c
FK ne UEfC.l i> 70 per Demand for broiler chub: ra than for some time Just Received New ,
batch fairly strong In June but r tch- The
the large general comment of
than cries were reductant to ircrcase market managers Is about the Eversharp C. A. Repeater Pens \\1 f

production due to uncerta.s ot same; "Meat Just isn't sellingat
DA the feed IItuaUon.OgOC present prices) We actuallydid Smooth-flowing, long lasting, atisfactory. Come in

lD SAVE better business when the and test one.
10I.f :== OgO
OPA was operating. Consumers

ICISSI 'NfD7n Too Late to are accomplishing their aim In C. & E. WALKERJEWELERS

: striking against the big IncreaseIn
CLASSIFYOnthespot meat prices when OPA was
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I. tulRfal abolished one added Advance
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WAVE Ogo==== oco price lists are as encouraging to OSCEOLA AVE. STUART. FLA.
MID sru9HT roft HCW UILDINM A ti us as to the buyer, one butcher
visual
eduction
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u"3 w 01ffa j Is becoming more and more popu- IDxuat CAPITOL CENIgq "'-.'-.--

a ,ed cn, M lar throughout the country and IC.NDA9ty'y
,Rea aNr de raeoulawooa In all probability the next legislature \ -

i.. will be asked to give consideration West Palm Beach Directory

MAC CO Stuart, Fla to a plan being worked, I I I I
out by the Florida Forest & FLORIDA ''APITOL and ad. ing built In 1912 (5) Mayo (Depart. the balance of the property that WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH
Jacent area ,. i-:-; 'I, the Capitol ment of Agriculture) Building erect- eventually will be needed to complete
Park Service and the State De- for the THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
BuIldInc part f "h1rb dam from ed In 1>31 Present plans call the landscape architects plans e
partment of Education 1840 with So- acquisition of two areas (A) for for future development of a Cap- _
Under the plan Florida students .n. tang WIder construction toe new Supreme Court Building itol Center as designated by the
at f r _ht of Dome, 121 I and (B) for the Industrial I broken line Of some 17.000000 so DELK -.n 040011& TO su 04011& HAWTHORNE
of high school and possibly Martin Office B : .ng erected 1112'7' Commission Building which will be far allocated to State building only JEWELRY SHOP ROOFING CO.
I Junior high school would be now IDadequ3' ; b IL.me Road Department a wll-llquldatlng project financed I about half a million has gone Into 92ZcoeOPTICIANS
given opportunity to leave their M! r \' bkl. Department from rentals derived largely from the Capitol Center, Below the Mar I WATCH REPAIRINGOF HOOFING-SHEET: METAL I I
books for interesting around and D rment: 01 Public Federal sources. The area (CI) tin Building (2) may be seen row THE BETTER KIND MEArINGVEJeTaA1TACWATEIPa00FnuG
trips
Safety 1'1 Air: :,,.':raUon Building chosen u the site for the building of former Army barracks set up 335V CLEMATIS .,. OPTOMETRISTS
MrARTIALLY, the state built br the c.y of TaUabasaee I to be erected with departmental to partially take car of the over. CI.IiMATI8: end OLIVE
Deal Oat They would travel by bus on In lHO to h' ,J relieve congestion funds for the Road Department hu flow The State now rents space
idslorni tour. of from ten days to two tn State oft.( and conveyed to belonged to the state since 1824. In several old residences and warehouses -
.trucllon Roolt State WIder '::h providing for The State now owns the areas enclosed and work Is being done, with
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Off. "weeks stopping at State parka transfer when hu been I BOB'SSAFE I DATURA
T Be Ripped liquidated In dotted lines. No plan loss of efficiency in corridors and
mnex Blown where accommodations and ((41 old e ? rem Court bu1ld- ha been developed for acquiring 1 storeroom, Locksmith & Bicycle I
A meals would be provided at an I II I I & LOCK WORKS
osn, T es May I Service
,_ Through WinRrtBoohandWalls approximate cost of $1.00 a day plan and my: leading Civic 202 First St. -:- Phone 7890 I... Datura SU Rest Palm I
Itineraries would Include such Clubs Cha:i.)> r, of Commerceand I Our (Great America I IAMeRICA I
& ]
ton Have Only ONE N points of interest as Cypress other or ..in-zatlons have Indorsed a If4rckf We repair Anything h. Phone t'o r B. t2W''

Gardens Silver Springs Marine it fu'
ROTECTION THEN, p they realize that -
Studios, Wakulla Springs and / vrsns 19 VMK
youngsters educated mould ,
liln( WINDSTORM would also provide for visas to be better Floridians, and 71i'FFS_ enR FIST or ***
ton ,
TIMBER
PER
KSIl'RAVCE, the various Industries, such as can- throughout tk ir lifetime wouldbe Dt5PI'Te 'THE 6tttEF pWAWOC ;. Acne7xA7
in All ning plants fruit packing plants in poss --:on of authentic IT taw 1 tARSTO 4 i -_, -
realest
Buy
it ia cigar factories, the sugar house knowledge iOu.it their stateJts CIAOW A TREE.FARME@f NetiT n Picture thow!' O.'rUa
jbe World When F0.W 7WITA TREE CROP + I
eeded, Have YournoDhMAPP of the United States Sugar Corporation advantag< .1"+'actions and resources -i 50oN 6Kt7NES OF VALI/P./ ,.. t I A 1 1aIf i Henry Smnh, 42ml Cn-

and so on. that could be gained in era! Hotpital. awl Dr.
Instead of simply reading! no other way
about such Florida attractionsand All the Legislature will be ask- t r ., 1 Hirai. Secmarr of Jipu

Industries in text books the ed to do Is appropriate a sufficient ht V ? Bible Society. "ori.

Ever Kind of youngsters, properly chaperonedand amount to permit the .ttiijxneat New Tnea-

Insurance accompanied by competent construction of additional facilities a so vTAasI s' mean ra .by the Awfti-

'hone 19 P.0. ArcadeIIUIIIIIIIlHtII Instructors, would spend sufficient ( in State Parks to take care I j = Feera woI can Bible Society.Sant .
time acquainting themselves of such tours and authorize the I rte T AscRUVeRloreaaaor

first-hand through this use of state funds to provide

R modem, practical onthespotvisual I transportation for such on-the- r ..
Corp, U, S. Sew?
education program spot visual education groups
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAR
One group starting from Jack- The program: would not be ,
] susM sutaeNe, t s' ; 'f/
sonville for example could stop costly and would pay for Itself fro 7t' : "Japanese Democracy will be built on Bbles'Thii

In St Augustine where they many, many times over in giving xraaea>aw..aesaroasaaau ,
I oa e f atrial L
would lEarn more Florida historyin our boys and girls a true knowledge aeoaaw a
IS LIKE A statement made by a prominent 2,500,000 copies of the Scripture are
a few hours than they would of their state. Seeing U
T FIGHT, BOTH gain from books In months. not only believing it is UNDERSTANDING layman familiar with Japan is also the wanted for J.paa-NOW'! Any gift you

RTIES LOOSE. Here they could see Fort Marlon What U seen and conviction of thousands of Japanese who send will speed the day when the Japanese
and actually visualize its historic understood is long remembered. rt Me OOi GMefTDS* KAfOfMIOI\ PtflyTP WJCM /#SRMT( fWWTM .
I I THE PEWLCPMINT AMfPlCA, TOO' Tit*UtUft FfOt TUB COVf i7T>&, have, for years secretly tried toinfluence -. may have the same freedoms .*
Interest as they view the courtyard V /OC Jff tANO 5TFR.PEtM9 lVMNI'V' ,MMCPK Thty CRt& 4tED.a "
the cell occupied by I their friends to a better under enjoy in America Send what you can.:

Osceola the dungeon and the I HomeDemonstration standing of the age-old truths of the The need is urgent Use the coupon.

chapel.Oldest School They House would and visit com-the minute to a minute and a Don't simply make toast I greatest of all books-the Bible Thanks.

pare it with our modem schooLs half. Some of the more expensive Make good toast I
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of today; Inspect the famed' Notes automatic models did not

Fountain of Youth; see the Ostrich By mss UTILE INSCOE make as good toast as the The battle of the Monitor and American Bible Society, 450, Perk Av.. I First

\a and Alligator Farm and I cheaper, hand operated toasters the Merrlmac, a naval engage- Bible House, New York 22, N. Y. I

1 Marine Studios and the Oldest I The bride's recipe for toast: In general timers gave ment fought early in the American I ancloi' $..,...........,.,..,..-... to provide Testaments :I Church
House. I more accurate results than D Baptist
I First burn bread thoroughly on Civil War, was notable as or Bibles. for the J.p.ne .. I
Seeing these things first hand thermostats. The toaster that ..
the first conflict between Iron- I
: at a time when their minds are t i both sld's. scrape to desired received the highest rating in clad vessels, Nam......,.....,.i.... _, _. ... _. ___.
brown-U a familiar joke How- I of
never lose If at an Impressionable age, they j the tests was a medium-priced
youll turn I e\er burning toast at this time. A dr"I. .. I
fctrlcal repair would gather a mass of practical automatic model controlled by Josephine Bonaparte Introduced Stuart FloridaPREMIUM
CHRISTOPHER needs ELEC-over helpful Information that would i when .e are trylny to utilize all a timer with heating wires running the custom of dally baths City. ..._____.___....SUU.._ ,
th bread Is not such a
IIOP| Here at your serr- remain with them through life I<' joke scraps vertically. with soap in Europe.

making every effort toDr Being required to write essays ''
Toast is part of the universal '
I
r radio or accounts of their trip as
at well aa your pan
American breakfast, and thereare
lal I appliance in the bet of their school work would I
In-I many standards as to what
t running their alert and
condition.WWER sure being
tive. makis a good piece of toast. In NEW '

i 1945 engineers from the Virginia
I : Journeying on down the east )! I "" ..
UKTKIC'(HOP; -..
station made >
I Experiment a study '1;' .. ,:
coast they could visit Daytona]I of electrical toast-making They "

Beach, and along the Indian I point out that this simple cooking I I'"" _
IIIiIIIiBbCllllllllllllllllllllllll!Ii : River would; have an opportunityto ; .l

/ / / and Inspect canning citrus: plants.packinghouses study process because needs so much scientific poor OIL )\"

toast is made and so much bread I '
In their text books learn- "'
BRING they wasted In the process. In making ? 'I.
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[ YOUR ed that Palm Beach county is '
this study they used 18 electric
the nation's No. 1 producer of: toasters of different makes You rmolor Ifte. -
EARINGIPPAREL but until
agricultural products and models and 2.500 slices of Keeps .
they pay an actual visit to the
bread. 1t .
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great producing areas of this
A perfect piece of toast for "
famed section they never would most people the report describesas t :: $, ..
really realize what that state- t .
evenly golden brown on both ';' '
to ment actually means. They must sides easy to break with out 'I

see first-hand the thousands of being brittle crisp, tender and t .

[THIS MODERN acres of vegetables growing In smooth. The toasted surface Is
Sinclair Motor Oil oil of Premium Grade ,
the Here's a new Opaline an
the rich black IOU of Everglades not more than 1/18 Inch deep "
DV CLEANING ride through miles of and the inside Is moist. Such that not only lubricates safely but also keeps your motor clean as a whistle. "

PLANT growing cane fields and watch toast must be served within the That's because new Opaline Motor Oil contains two special chemicals devel- ;t Ii, "

the grinding of the cane at the minute. If allowed to stand the oped to keep the motors of Army tanks and trucks clean and powerful even under" f i .iJ'iW"

sugar house. crisp surface begins to toughen -"*"_ 4 "
Florida the toughest conditions. ; '
Speaking before the because it absorbs moisture from

DICK SERVICELUS Publicity and Public Relations the inside. ----- In your car, the new Opaline keeps down carbon, lacquer, sludge-"'::" Y'

Association not long ago Louis Right temperature time and and corrosive acids which steal your power when you use ordinary : i...,. r 1

ECONOMY O. Scoggln Director of the FlorIda distance from heat are the secret "'"'" A clean motor is a more powerful motor. So have your :'31' '
Park Service proposed that of success. The test showed that a oil.t r
additional faculties: be providedat successful toasting requires fromABSTRACTS S111CIA Dealer drain and flush your crankcase and refill it with the new ( I

state parks to take care of Grade Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil.SINCLAIR.

) such traveling student groups. a. ,
RGE KEITHMartin If this were done It would be

possible to route students from I

County one park to another and cover Ab SZ1tt OPALINE MOTOR OIL

all sections of the state. Children ;.

ry Cleaners : from north and west Florida *O,U t Ml.O"
S >!' .f
could visit central and south _

Phone 190 Florida and vice versa.
The State Department of Education \

I Is sympathetic to the

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,/ ...11 iltT EW>, Ml ,\ICT, Martin County MOltll> THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918In I __

/ """" Internal Revenue 1945-1940 r q, T
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1913] 10,000 ,1, j was drowned During!: the/ lIar, Red I Cross GOLD FROM GUAVAS 111111 iiiimimumiiMiimmmiimii iiiiiiiiiiimm Collections In State $251,593,940 ,miill

The follow i : year the swimming instructors trained Gorda Herald WHAT DO YOU THINK? Reach $394,432,065Total holding taxt
Punta
( ) 40|
} i' American Red Crows inaugurated hundreds of thousands of soldiers Beach Post the other ala by b
$30,622
Palm
I read an ad in the collec- ; ,
Its water safety program. and sailors to cope with iua\n; production, commercial plantings and manufacture it said "The price of milk is going up Internal revenue colpa
More people now participate In deep water peril These sam, iif .tellies and other products, looms as a new major morning and but: actually this is not a price, in. tions in Florida during the fiscal $38,905,554 xreu

., water sports, and there are approximately instructors, more than 15,000are industry for Charlotte county two cents" today I and said : "The price of year 1945-1943 reached $394,432065 ,- $13,928,300 >II i nclO3'15r51 1
one
3.000 fewer fatali available this summer to Instruct A sub-tropical fruit that thrives wild in frost free crease. Suppose ran dollar today but according to the Florida Including ca tax:
one
News is going up at
ties. water safety courses In areas of this county and In a limited area elsewhere In The Everglades increase," I am of the State Chamber of Commerce. 380,228 in a' ?bei tn,
j Riddle were known to the communities throughout the, Smith Florida, the guava has long been used by house- actually this is not a price think I suddenly "Preliminary tabulations of review conc, r
of I
? "- ancient' for home For 15 opinion that a lot my itsisvsome the Treasury Department showan --
Egyptian United States. \\ ics in making jelly use. perhaps years of that double -
J -- -- then have been commercial jelly producers at Bradenton had gone nuts. Maybe about Increase In federal collections Red Cross rsafetrt,
and elsewhere. on the west coast, but these factories have talk you've been hearing from all sources In the state of say that one I peretpl v

TENDER DRESSED HENS, FRYERS almost entirely utilized the native or wild guava. Today, PAUL RARDIN approximately 9700000. Collec- fellow citizen. .\\'lm'lleD ,

the I picture is rapidly changing, with Charlotte county ap- Everglades News I tions for the previous fiscal cent take CI' ", these r

FRESH YARD EGGS petiring as a likely; center for an industry with unlimited .. .iimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiim i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiji period were $384,784,377. water; and po ,ibilitifi.( "By principal sources, the swim at all
COMPLETE LINE "ALL MASH" FEED Local citizens, who have taken guavas for grantedand I

!gem-rally! considered; them a mild nuisance, are awak- Notes of Interest To VeteransBY I
"GET THE BEST- FORGET THE REST"RAINS
A half-dozen
the
possibilities. people COMMERCIAL
f', Cuing!! to are con- and AERIA
I h initialing or have already made planting of improved ROSS WITIIAM County Service Officer I

FEED STORE jflla\/1\ varieties.Seventy: ,' PHOTOS
I ; acres of cultivated guavas, planted by Fred We have reeclved notice Of' inal rules through which em-

164 FLAGLER AVE. PHONE 311 }Morton about three years ago just south of the city "Sale at Sight" of surplus prop- ployers and veterans can help PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE TIt

limn-, are now in production. This planting, accordingto erty sale at Welch Convalescent make the program a success. SALE
.. will be expanded greatly during the next I'
i sorts) year Hosptlal at Daytona Beach on EFFICIENT SERVICE
should PROMPT
: Gt
The veteran
,
ARANTt
A $10,000 cement block "guava factory" is being July 29 covering the following
completed for W. E. Blocker on the Tamiami Trail just Items: 1. File an application for edu-

For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES tees, of the A.C.L. depot. Mr. Blocker is planning to pur- Paint cation and training with the j TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP

chuM> hill guavas from local producers, and is contemplano Soil PipeBuilding Veterans Administration priorto
plantings Materials entrance into training Sub- Krueger Bldg. Next Tot. ',(ern! 1

SEE "Plantings should be made in frost free areas, and Printers Type cannot be
these are near the bay," declares William Jernigan of the Air Conditioning Units sistence allowance
soil conservation sen'ice. This new guava Industry opens Fixtures paid for any training prior to

OTTO KUBIN a fine new, source of income for the county, and Is one of Furniture receipt of the application LIST your; Rooms, Apartments nd Rtnt

the must important developments here in years," County Dental Instruments 2. Make certain a firm is approved Homes with us.

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent! :X.' II. McQueen said. The agent warns, however Surgical Instruments for the desired type of L. FULFORD
that the fruit should not be planted without careful investigation I Wearing Apparel ,
Next Door To Stuart News in advance Proper soil and the right location Blankets training before beginning work. I cR&4t &e'.

HIV important) he says. Laboratory Equipment Any VA office has lists of approved BUYING SELLING 1U .\(.
---- --- (;iiut\s: nearly always sell at from $1 to as high as Athletic EquipmentYarn firms and the type train-I PROPERTY MANACEME'

82.d:; ,1 )bushel Initial foil preparation, obtaining plants, lag they are eligible to Write P. 0, Box No.

Need A SIGN Quick setting! them out, and fertilizing, are said not to be ex- Machines 3. Return promptly the certi- 410 Camden Avenue
pen-n o liy comparison with citrus and other crops. Some Household EquipmentHotel ficate of eligibility which is issuec Phone 32-J

production )begins, the second year after planting, and af- Kitchen EquipmentFor by the VA. Subsistence pay- Stuart, Florida
lei lime years the operation becomes profitable Few further Information con- ments cannot begin until this
!KING: SIGNS I ALL KINDS other crop] \produce such sure returns in so short a periodof tact me at the court house. certificate has been endorsed by

time, agricultural experts say. the trainee and the employer :
TRUCK WINDOW SHO-CARDS They dlso) call attention to the food value in guavas, VETERANS ADMINISTRATIONContact: and returned to VA.

REAL ESTATE WALL dd'l.ninjr! 1 mat the fruit has the highest vitamin C content Office The employer should:
of sty) km>\\'n source. And local investors do not lose sight Room 712 Comeau Building 1. Not accept trainees until

"SIGNS THAT SELL" oi iln' fact that guavas: ripen during the summer, when West Palm Beach, Florida they have been approved by the USED CARS

300 Old Dixie Hi-VVay P. O. Box 501 Stuart Fla. get).< ial flu ming and other income producing activities are Firms offering on-the-job state.

ct -Lllld..till.. training for veterans must be 2. Accept no more trainee-

approved the state before than the b '
----- --- ----- --- by quota established >
subsistence allowance can be the Slat Department of Edu- NO RED TAPE NO DELAY
-' Use of Concrete
= Barges to 'paid by the Veterans Administration cation and only in fields ,end I BOUGHT AND SOLD

: VENETIANIii Lloyd E. Day, OfficerIn objectives approved by the stat-
Form Jetties Under Review Charge of the Veterans Ad- 3. Make certain a veteran will
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
ministration Contact Office at actually benefit by a training

West Palm Beach, Florida, em- program and Is not using the
BLINDS Mal tin County Chamber of "She was alone on duty at phasized today. program as a subterfuge simplyto CASH PRICESFOR

Commerce is seeking additional the switchboard of the twentytwo The VA official said reports secure subsistence. VA can-
reaching the VA office Indicated not approve the so-called 'training" I!
HOME FURNISHINGS information on a move instituted store LaSalle Hotel, Chicago -
by the Ponce de Leon Inlet when a disastrous fire that masy veterans have entered of a person In a field in YOUR USED CAR
and Port District commissionand into training with unapproved which he is already highly proficient -

McMillan Furniture Co. Daytona Beach Chamber of started on the ground floor at firms under the erroneous i See Ruts Wiley atWiley's
I Commerce inland waterways about 12:30: A. M., June 5, 1946. Impression that when approvalIs Full information about the on-

The flames the granted by the state that thc-job training program
committee to sink surplus War swept rapidly to maybe
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCL
Shipping Administration concrete seventh floor before they were their checks will be dated back ( secured at the VA Contact Motor Co

I PHONE 699 barges to form Jetties at checked, and dense smoke pour- i to cover the period from which of lice at West Palm Beach, Florida
Ponce de Leon Inlet. employment began. located in Room 712 of the
Possible feasibility of the plan ed upward through the entire Under the law Mr. Day said. Comeau Building, or by contact-

for a south Jetty at St Lucie building. Sixty-one persons lost subsistence checks cannot be Ing the Veterans Administration Telephone 291 Stuart .

inlet, or the construction of a their lives and many more were made retroactive in such cases representative who will be ,

MARINE STORAGE bridge causeway to the ocean Injured or overcome by smoke and veterans can receive sub- 1 at the County Service Office in
!beach, is under study Another the sistence only from the date that I the Court House in Stuart. Florida -
"Mrs. Berry's post was on
approval Is actually granted by on Mondays of week
angle being reviewed Is whether very
I the barges could be effectively second floor. When notified of the state between the hours of 10:00: a. m.
Lots of Fine
7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE used for a munlclpual yacht the fire, she Immediately called The VA official listed six card- and 12:00: noon. Importe

oasin the fire department. Then despite -

HAULING AND REPAIRS The Daytona Beach group Is the oncoming smoke and
is
planning to confer with regional flame, she set to work to spreadthe Seeing Relieving SCOTCH I

representatives of the Army alarm throughout the hotel,
WELDING, MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S Board of Enginceis in Jackson- OPTICAL ILLUSION....
calling room after room to warn
ville to obtain their approval WHEN STEADILY GAZING />r HAil & HAIG
and their Ideas on the practicability people of their danger. Efforts THIS FIGURE, LIGHT SPOTS Pines Bottle
BOAT AND of the scheme. At the were made to get her to leav SEEM TO HOVER WHERE r

same time, an unofficial survey Twice she refused, saying there THE BARS CROSS. .

Machine Service will be conducted to determinethe were many rooms that she had SIR ISAAC NEYVTON, + JOHNNv WALK
size and method of obtaining NEARLY FOUR Label
Black
to reach. When the fire was
PHONE 156W3 yet AGO,
JENSEN BEACH the barges the means for CENTURIES .
over she was still at her post- -
towing them to the Inlet, the / DEMONSTRATED -
her body slumped over the WITH A PRISM ,T
probable costs Involved and I BALLANTINESTEACHERS
-- I WHITE
switchboard where she had ( THAT
--- -- -- --- ---- other attendant .
--- problems
-- --- upon IS
chosen to stay and serve otht'rs.at 50 LIGHT + 4 rtvi
the project. COMPOSEPOF a
the cost of her own life'
I
According to unofficial and LIGHT
Service & preliminary information, the This is the fifteenth gold r ''R ,ySOOF .
Repairson medal awarded since the establishment 1
concrete barges now in the pos- /
in 1920 of the fund in i J r G WHITE HORSE
I session of WSA might be obtained COTM
memory of Theodore N Vail, .
cost free, since plans art
your former President of the American ,1 BETTERVISION
afoot to dispose of them by sink- BEGG
Radio, Fans, Electric Motors, Range Units and ing In deep water. The costs Involved Telephone and Telegraph I y INSTITUTE JOHN
Company. In addition, 109 a-
would be largely for tow- .
all small Appliances wards of silver Vail medals,
Ing and for the personnel nees-
which are accompanied by $500In CLUB
ALSO PLENTY OF CANADIAN
sary to form them Into jetties '
GIVE US A TRIAL cash, and 1,127 bronze medals $ .
Practicability of the plan already Old Grande
and $100 have been made duringthe Plenty Super-Fine Bonded Bourbons
has been proven at Guam
It was pointed out. It was there, past 26 years to telephone 1- ON OUR THE EYES CONCENTRATE Old Taylor, Old Forester, Kentucky Tavern, Old
people for acts of noteworthy IN A COLONY Of= TOPS OF PRINT
other places that the
among public service. Special plaquesalso TERMITES ONLY THE ED WORDS, IN READING Fitzgerald, Old Crow
vastly expanded harbor facili- COVER THE
Hutto ties were largely made possibleby have been awarded In 28 QUEEN HAS EYES OF A LINE UPPER OF TYPE PART .'
Radio THE
and Co. WORKERSARE
Appliance cases commemorating acts of THUSLY
an extensive breakwater made BLIND.v .
I conspicuous service by of WHISKIES
: up of sunken barges. groups ANY KIND OF BLENDED
i 204 Oiceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dept Ball System people. u .

E PHONE FIRM GIVES AND THE WORDS
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--------- The four-horned antelope Is Room
-'" GOLD MEDAL TO USUALLY CANNOT BE Watch For Opening of Tommy's Blue
the only living wild four-horned
D .
E !
HOWEVER]

Stuart's HEROIC OPERATORFor animal.__ _________ WHEN THE BOTTOM
; New Hardware Store I -'f PART OF THE PRINTING Excellent Mixed Drin
supreme courage loyalty Smokey Says: IS COVERED,

and devotion to duty during the n .. YO.' Yr'_ ., ,
Dishes 25 Pieces $3.45 LaSalle Hotel fire In Chicago on 'I I'I'r' COUNTIES THAT HAVE
PBOTfCTtP HEIR VKOOOJ
SAVAS
i THe TOMMY
HAVI TlMMR TO WORDS CAN Be
June 5, Mrs. Julia C. Berry, tele- '
,
C READ
BUILD MOMS FOR FAIRLY EASILY
I Ironing Boards $4.95 phone operator who sacrificedher N VETERAN //' QUEEN WORKER

life that others might escape

Garden Hose 25 ft. $3.45 the smoke and flames, has been


Rolbrick Asphalt Siding $5.50Sq. Vail posthumously medal and awarded 100000.a These gold sf w WE ARE PONTIAC & GMC DEALER BUTWe

will be presented to her son, I ft

I LIFETIME CHROME BATHROOM FIXTURES was John left Joseph an Berry orphan, age 15 by, who his Specialize in Repairs and Service to all General Motors Cars-Buick, Oldsmobile, Cadillac and <*'*"

mother's tragic death.Announcement rolet. We either have the to Gener*
MAZDA LAMPS-ALL SIZES parts repair these car or can get them very quickly from the
of the award
J WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK was made today by the American Motors .Parts Warehouse in Jacksonville.

Telephone and Telegraph Company -

Stuart Hardware Co. Bell System following National a meeting Committee of the .. "oi.1IIt"" ,',:"ii.,,, !I I WILEY MOTOR COMPANY .

of Award for Theodore N. Burned woodland famish no tImber -
Vail medals. to build new homci. America
mutt look to protected forests for North Dixie Highway
Flagler & Osceola Aves. The citation describes Mrs.
lumber. To
Stuart supply building material PHONE 291
Berry's supreme devotion to duty for future needs woodlands
as follows: must b. protected from fir*.



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NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART *. News 'Item for' this before TELEPHONE piper noon muit on 300 Wednesday reach the newipapeioffice [ I


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oreWillard I Yearbook t. Norman Blake and family last West Palm Beach returned home t
of 34th Annual [ Our (Great America ftJer.fROPni.eo ,
0m 6j ev week. on Friday last where he Is recuperating -

Mr I Moore ftn" the past four years with the Stu- Mr. Oscar F Johnson who un- I satisfactorily HU I
ld Program of Womans
Club
ht engagement of their art schools as secretary to the 6TRTe W WR NMgM' lerwent two operations recently many friends here wish him a \

Moore, to principal.Mr. 10 CONTMD WITH it the Good Samaritan hospital speedy recovery.
11 i
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MisS /, i billPROBIrMoP
Goes To )
|fflliard\ ."", "f Mr. and Willard was graduated Press This WeekThe .+.r r oNtr fCRe57iJAe5 a ov TNe ,

d Mount from Mount Airy { ReiMiNlNbeTp7ee I
ai High
Willarn school. yearbo of the 34th ,
I S. annual held at the March meeting which Have PRDJiDtD ttrl!

4I 1C, He enlisted and served three end program of the Stuart Us in charge of the committeeof 1 d' 1v5, WT WfOAVNnNKVMevr. raD!nRKT fltJIK/eN '::11 f"JTTJ1tl." ,

ddlng aril'i: take place one-half years in the Navy the Woman club "lent to press this Public Health and Welfare. .. tr ? eane a.aeries Come in and Meet the Atomic Lads

11 In SI'OI mber at the last fifteen months of which "was" "week" accordli,, to Mrs. L. E. Mrs Lloyd Travis Is chairman THE SMILING BOYS

pile Chllf i'ii aboard an aircraft carrier. He Ashley, assisted by Mrs. F. R. Horton, -
:
Moore j graduated Is now employed by the North The 8-page comm'tt-e:f'cier' : chairman.hand- Mrs H. M. Vorls Miss Mary p nf d Who are Never Sad

l artln'r unty Hightssociated Carolina Granite Company in 'I book of club activities\ type for 1948- Shackelford and Mrs. L. A. KENNY LEON AND JACK
for Mount Airy.COPPERTUBING. Pressel WE HAVE NOW
he war 47 contains t t1.! club motto :
I "There Is The Installation Breakfast,
No
Excellence With-
the highlight of the year, will Scratch Feed Containing
out Laborl; )(' club colors, the
be featured In April, just priorto
it flower, the
pi due
to the flag
the collect a 1 1-t of officers anddirectors the state convention In West 65% Corn 40% Wheat
department and com- Palm Beach April 22, 23, and
24 The - - -
L- 12c (' '/," 16c ft, 3/*" 20c ft. mittee chairmei. and members closing event honors

) "" "*" complete a roster of caic 130 idar members of meetings and a I the retiring. and incoming officers ,pL4v WANT TO MAKE $3.00!

RTMEN"1 SIZE ELEC. HOT WATER HEATERSFIBER for the year I According to the club by-laws, f J7 Aeg4tf/A/ was t9atNeag QrCWTa TELL US HOW MANY WAX BEANS IN s
,
I the new president is given an I II
$42.50 Space Is s t wide to commem- fKIK V.. MDTDR'nUt1te 120 POUNDSThe
all-expense trip to the conven- I w bile u s.
orate the true members who I tion each The Stuart club I II OISIIIUII IRS! HMIeeeij ".RDGWmeewpM1w Quality of Mercy is Sometimes StrainedBut
year.
"were taken bj: i. ath during the cevnopEp\ AKIO PRW stRanCAuf'moose ni OPlRRw0/1,
has been a member of the State BCINft lNiflll.tEl W SOAAB OUSe. pip bng votote sweets,'evRWs"DW ,
.1 SEWER PIPE last year. Vv'cr: the quotation: I Federation since it was organized UNDeR CONS'IRUCTIOtj *PPR fsssmy4MuJIoVAwBos's The Quality of Our Merchandise is NEVERNEVERNEVERNEVERNEVERNEVER
"They are no-" dead who, live in
in 1913. In District the
2" and 4" the hearts of heir friends. are i 10 "I O. K. so It is 35 Wheat
officers will attend the district
-" the names of Mrs George Mears i meeting in Vero Beach, Nov. 19, to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Evelyn Su ier and Mrs. B. HomeDemonstration I
BOARD FOR KITCHEN AND BATH ROOM E. Phillips at which time state officers meet She expects to spend the rest I

35c per square ft.MEDICINE FALL ,with local groups to discuss organization of the summer there and perhaps I
OPENING SET FOR -
policies and to outline friends In Ar-
I M .HM UEDNESDtl. later visit
OCT. zJ
work" for the coming year.
CABINETS $3.75 Upi Mrs. E.A1 i-anger: : new club NotesBy kansas before returning here

IBBaKM president H'he fall openingof OSCAR JOHNSON HOME :MISS LUCILE INSCOE Mr. and Mrs. Frisbee and son
the club :p .,i" for Wednesday.Oct. Oscar F. Johnson returned and wife are now occupying th KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210
23 whe: luncheon will be block house known as the Pettit
LIGHTING FIXTURES Friday from West Palm Beach Demobilization of the Coast
served at I I-1 m( p. m. by the where he underwent two operations place which they recently bought --
committee- n) ]legislation and I at the Good Samaritan Guard Reserve personnel started and on which they are making

American >'.tizenshlp.! Mrs hospital. His condition is reported immediately after V-J Day and Improvements. I

Plumbing Electric Evans Cran :- chairman. Hostesses I to be "satisfactory." was completed by July 1, 194 ; Russell Day Chief Warrant I

, BNER'S and Household, I for the day; will be Mrs. 153,000 officers and enlisted personnel Officer and wife and son, KerI I v

Supplies : R. B. McPh r-on. Mrs. L. CKlckllter. J. X. THOMPSON MOVES including 1,000 SPAR officers mlt, arrived Monday morning %

I Mrj. E. Taylor and RESIDENCE FROM WALTON from Fort Eustls Va. where he I .
and 8,500 enlisted women,
Mrs. J. I. Crau J N. Thompson took out u served five months as Sales Officer -
Orange Ave, Phone 8 have returned to civilian life. .oeYN'"v' M''L' svaole.ve:
The No20 meeting will be city building permit this week After a three-day leave ,

Fort Pierce conducted by Mrs L. A. Arbo- for a $500 remodeling job on They have organized a Coast I at his mother's home here he :
gast. chairman of the committee will return to Fort Eustis, pre
14 x 24 foot frame residence Guard League of service veterans -
on International Relations. moved here from Walton. paratory to departure to Seattle. \

I Hostesses. listed in the year- Plans call for a fireproofingcoat I Wash., Port of Embarkation. His ,
book, include Mrs T. J. F. Ken- of stucco. The new home Thousands of men In the family will remain temporarily I II .r

nedy, Mrs. Roger Spicer, Mrs. will be placed on lot 14 of block United States, who were ineligible I I at Hampton, Va. He expects to "Come on; break it up

The FinestIODSCOCKTAILS Horace Atwood and Mrs. George 7 in for regular military service be shipped to Japan but may 1
[Enjoy LHtman. Boggan Addition. during the war, formed the I possibly be sent to some other I . J. L. Taylor just

The Dec 15 Christmas meeting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ritch and Coast Guard Temporary Reserve South Padlflc area, or Alaska. delivered my new Fan

is In charge of Mrs H. M. Klei- son. George have returned from This organization supplied men Mr. Simmons of Miami who I
and the coastal and I want to get home
for port security
) feld, chairman of American Mount Vernon, Ind. where they thus has acquired numerous lots backof i
duties releasing
Homes Hostesses are Mrs. Her- visited Mrs. Ritch's mother. patrol the Palm City church prop- I and see how it works.**
bert Mrs Arthur regular personnel for combat to build at least 25 Sw.
Thayer. Chap- The)' also visited historical spotsin erty expects
pelka, MM A. R. Clonts and Mrs. the middle-western and I I duties. The men of the Temporary log cabins which will be for rent I
served without
Peter Stwlman south-eastern states. Reserve to winter residents and others
AT THE On Jan. 22 the Educational pay. Many of these men were I Mr. W. H. Whllde recently returned -i
from the Coast Guard I
drawn
committee of which, Mrs. Frank- Arthur Henry, former manager I from a summer vacationin
tin Jones Is chairman will pre of the Woods Lumber co. at Auxiliary, an organization of Connecticut to his home on e SERVICE .

sent a book review with' Mrs H. Salerno and his son, Peter, small boat owners formed by Ninth at, The daughter and
due Goose I Admiral R. R. Waesche, USCO.
B. Kraft. Mrs W. R. Leach. Mrs. drove down from New Jersey grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. s a ,
I The Is 0 s
Auxiliary a nonmilitaryservice
I
I
Otto Kubin and Mrs. R. B. Mc- last week to visit Pete's grand- George Rowley accompanied
Cullough as hostesses. mother. Mrs. William Meggett. its purpose being to pro- him south and are now at the
2'' MILES NORTH OF STUART vide information and Instructionin home.
The Fine Arts committee Young Ronnie Henry came over Rowley
headed by Mrs. William Grath- from Drland to join his father the safe operation of motor- Mr and Mrs, Guy Bozone and
ializing m "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious boats. Auxlllarlsts are trainedIn DEMON JUILDINO
wohl. will give a luncheon at and brother for a few days' visit. daughter, Billy Raye, of Waynes-
Western Steaks.r 12'30 p. m. Feb. 20 with Mrs. Coast Guard duties of law boro, Miss. were dinner guestsat

Earl Ricou. Mrs. Fred Hall Miss Harry C. Webb, assistant high enforcement and rescue work. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
In time of
Ida Newman' and Mrs. 8 Sala- school principal, is back In Stu- emergency they may -- -
volunteer and be called to active -
[ Package Store Grill dlno as the hostess committee. art for a few days, having com- duty to augment regular I
ELECTION IN MARCH pleted a summer semester at the
service personnel and facilities
Election of officers will' beTU I University of Miami.

r ;IO'000'.OG:\I < LIV/pG/
Miss B. W. Hoppes of Miami I 0

'I and brother Capt. Hoppes, were ] Palm City NewsBy P 11

Stuart visitors over the weekend., ANNA B. DAY 4 AII
The Captain Is '
on a 45-day leave
I ': ::==20ClO
from duty with the Army en- Mrs. LaVerne VanNess has reported I II

gineers In Germany. They will that Mr. VanNess, who

join in a family reunion at the was Injured early in the spring

home of their parents In Nashville while using dynamite, enteredthe

Ohio the last of this week. Veteran Hospital at Miami

A .- Beach the middle of July for II

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lyons treatment. Both eyes were Injured I

w and children, William and Mary, one of which has responded I I I

/ ;OllRT FLA are vacationing this week, VisIting to treatment, the other, so
spots in west and central far, has not and may have to WHILE eI

Florida. I I be removed. Mr. VanNess spent

The LIGHTHOUSEDine the weekend of July 28 at his I MOST
Mr. and Mrs. William Voltz home here, as he has nearly recovered -

and son, Billy, left Thursday, from other Injuries.Mrs. EVERYTHING-

I Aug. t by motor for a vacation I I Oscar Cobb left July 30

Cool St. Lucie trip to their former home in on the Champion for Philadelphia
Along Side the Philadelphia. and points in New Jersey ELSE



Enjoy Our Delicious Food JOIN! The Happy Car Ou'tiers' KEEPS



And Watch Our Exotic Sun Sets- GOING

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Dining Room Open: 12 Noon 12 Midnite >

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?oo na Improve year ear per-'::: c GO I
formejice. lower maintenance. .::1- DO
pens, and incmw your driving w
Paschals Rascals plural and safety Do a thousand @
of other motorist throughout -
the country are doing .*. g trl GIT THI DRIVING ENJOY- -
enjoyment and the mOlt out MINTYOUDISIRVII I Since 1934, Florida Power& Light Company hat reduced a

THURSDAY SUNDAY NITES of your ear by luster your wheel the overage rot. for Sunthine Service In the home more
& balanced on oar new Bar Dyantic > Drive In now
And the
than 50 $24,000,000
percent. Company's new
Wheel Balancinc Machine.The for a low cost \
Beer 1>)'-lIamlcr Balancer dyBamlewheel xpaniion program atiures plenty of this cheap electricity
In Stuart uses the eicloiire electric Neon balancing J \ to make home 'life easier to aid In attracting new
Introducing "
,
Ey. principle to tnt and correct Job enterprises, new payrolls-to help bulk)a bigger, better sand ._
unbalanced wheels that causeshimmy
wander and more profitable State in which to work and live.
hard steering WI Wilt
The Beach CombersAND excessive or uneven tire wear.iMreaaee .
j
tire life .by a. Block a* TIT YOU
10"! It add. to safety PIECE BAND your car, too Testa wheels at all I
THEIR 7 speeds to 100 miles per hood t



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THE STUART NEWS. STCAKf.: Martta <<'_IY, rl4>KU).%.. THCRSOAT, ACGCST ., 1M


fishermen' will be do with the of nine days, as against 1 The ship Is completely -( X.-:.}
<'''111111 trial fit Johns River ] previous craters at PensuoJa, average equipped with dinning, exam- rooms loun-- and 0))
) FISHING abject( to Inspection of their from the Voluoia Bar North and I Orals WakvB and JacksMnO 7J weeks It formerly required Cd nUMBER -
with Lake -
c.iu-h.N.t Violations of fishing! .- -Okeecnobee.-- I These center have been dosetf ptnlelllln every two Hours Is the ,I -----
laws they now stand will be 9 standard treatment.
as SHOT BY COW: and aO aypMlttie patient art

IN THE FAMOUS '. up to the Commission's law en- Douglas, Wyo. (VP)-Flovd I being cnaoHted thrown UMnocptud Transportation ls furnished by (
th"
f lurcfment. But Lake Okeecho- ipPatients the State Health board for VETERABuilding
Lore 49-year-old father of eight
St. Lucie Region :.; bee St. John's River and Lake children, was shot fatally In the are treated and \die patient to and from the clinic
Genre remain under' salt water abdomen with rifle mIsIoecI from the center to an through which he was originally
a
dischargedas
I IF YOU HAVE
THP' TRUE SPORTSMAN II A GUARDIAN ClP NATURAL RI.50II"C'JI fMcslficatlon. That's a state it was kicked from the hands PRIORITIES, SE lUS
law and It will take an enact- j ;c
Late Hosklos contributes this will. Further. it should stand, ment of the state legislature to of a slaughterhouse owner. Lore I FOR

one In TIFF: by any measurements as the change It. The Commission can- had brought in a pig to be butchered Repair and Fix Up!
when
best fish the The a cow knocked the
It looks like we've been the story of year. not do It. Materia
rifle from
victim of the "old film lain," story of the year-The Pompano In connection with the above, the owner grip.

shell game, or jiust plain fish That Jumped Into Lloyd Bell's notice has Just been received SHIP VD CENTER' I Material Are Still Very WE WILL DO OUR BEST FOR

story. Anyhow, we accept It, because Lap.Harry that the Oame and Fresh Water STARTS BUSINESS We Will Be Glad I Yo
all of the gentlemen involved Dyer came in from a Fish Commission will hold Its Scarce But

are honorable men, and floundering expedition Friday regular semi-annual budget JACKSONVILLE!: W)-The I! r To Help You Out With What

we pass It on as the best fish night with an odd little speci- meeting at 10:00: a. m., Roosevelt largest venereal disease treatment I Materials We Hare On

story of the year, despite the men about as big as his hand Hotel. Jacksonville Thursday. center In the nation Lx Hand.

fact that It originated on one This little fish, flat as a flounder August 8, the State Board of Health's hospital I OUR N/IL "'.r rj
of these expeditions to the Film was much more oval In At this time at the request of ship Erntrt Hinds"-has :'' 11-ta ASK US-WE"LL DO

Flam Club up the coast at St shape, and Its two little eyes the Commercial fishing interests lowered her gangplank to receive 'I f, BESTI

Lucie Inlet where diver numbers were almost "plumb together." the Commission will hear her first load cf pat nts. i t 5 IdI'
of local sportsmen are wont After remaining in his car all any delegation or committee The ship was loaned to the j

to consort from time to time night, It was still alive next which wishes to appear before state agency by the Army. A Casa Lumber Co.

with fishing as their object. morning when he showed< it to them in onnetion with the case load of 1200 pattenU a

Quite a party of them gathered this so-called fishing editor after Rules and Regulations of the year Is expected to be carried by CVCKVTHINO TO BOILS rowing

there on a recent weekendfor which he returned it to the Commlslson affecting the sale the center, a bigger load than PHONE 66 CVCMVTMINO roe HI.VOUIMJ

that purpose. They fished river. of fresh water fish or having to that handled by the state board's i I

all Saturday afternoon, and all From the best I can tell in --'-

day Sunday with nary a fish for my reference books, Harry's lit- -

the lot of them. Came time for tle fish was "the American sole, :JC .
DOLLARS : ... PATRONIZE
_
coming back home, and their or hog-choker, a species of .. .. c
plight was a sad one, indeed. No midget flounder which rarely SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING
fish! None at all! exceed six Inches in length -
MARTIN COUNTY -
The party piled aboard a There are two or three speciesof MARTIN COUNTY YOU
couple of launches for the water midget flounders In these wa-

trip to the little fishing village ters, one the tongue fish whose STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESBuy
of Salerno where they had left shape is aptly suggested by Its

their cars. In one boat were name, and another which actually -

three distinguished guys, Lloyd seems to have fur on Its back. ,

Bell the hero, and J. B. "Doc" Jordan states that there are The Best
Law, and Ken Helman, witnesses over 150 species of midget UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT P&M I Docks

AJ the craft proceeded on flounders or soles. Uncle Billy GENERALELECTRIC ,
sez.
its way, a big pompano broke In looking through the refer- YOUR HOME OWNED BEER WINES' CIGARS I Seawalls

water like something jet pro- ences, I note that Florida has a VARIETY STOREMcCLUNG'S IC--"I' leM M ......._ FwP,,_ -.n.'" o!. ........tto."dl.,.I..I.e
pelled and landed In B?U's lap. species of flounder which I have CIGARETTES NEWS FAPEJU .,n."" ", Boat House

So Lloyd caught the only fish the Appliances
never seen "wide-eyed
Scaliest Ice Wr bare a brand of friendliness. Kitchen Laundry All Types Of M
Cream ,
of the trip-in his lap! And he's flounder," caught along the n
one fer t'thrr, in these Cabinets and all small Con.trucliolIvan
got two witnessesDoc" Law, Gulf Coast Sc TO $1.00 STORE
and Ken Helman. The Plac. Where hills, that doe away with eusednevs appliances. Radios
TayloP.
The flounder family is wide- OSC\R r. JOHNSON. 0.....
More than that Lloyd U in ly scattered throughout the B. MCLAUGHLIN.HOME Friends Meet" and confidence instills. MARTIN COUNTY O. Boa 474

the best of health, and a highly world and here's an interesting BENNETT M....., OSCEOLA AVE. When folks up here do get waylaid ELECTRIC PHONE 104.1Chason's

respected business man. So we note about It: the' colder the -- -- --- by sickness or loss of crops, Phone 308 I,
-
accepted the story without any water the blggrr the species. .e hie t. this family's aid and
salt, and wt believe l! the reader Down in the West Indies there -
----. help 'till they're ridin' tops! I
-- -- I are a great many very small BUILDING PITCHFORD'SCAMP I
I flounders picturesquely called"whltts" When tradin here no one's in Let Us Repair i

by the natives, while See bot-and as t. pennln a contract T;

... the giant halibut ranging up to HIGBEE & oat, fer that we don't carea That Bicycle
SERVICE
500 pounds is found only in the FOR REIn boot! If ever a bill-man nerds

icy seas of the north. Cottages and Boats lo borrow, we know that hisweed's NowAll
WORTHAMGeneral
TtJ.\RT In the English channel the WHOLESALE m* RETAIL rUt-l'drl'd-tha' it's not Prompt .- Depend

SINCE sole and the turbot form a prin- Contracting Seafood lust a hoot ana holler. HE'LL Work GuaranteedBill's CourteouiPHONE

"U cipal part of the catch. and RepairsP. Bait For Sale raT WHAT ire HAS PLEDGED; : I
f Elmer Burgess, writing in Tiff!: This fan't tree of all the nations Bike ShopAt
O. Box 832
While there was; little fishing JENSEN BEACH some barter with tongues 14
Chason's Taxi Stand
w. talk at the Caiiu and Phone 144-R AT I
s1 Fresh COUNTY BRIDGE In cheeks and ferret the,' obUratiou -
Water Fish Commission meet- YOUR TRADE APPRECIATEDCOMPLETE : ,
often
A ''I'dalluLa a matter of week.
ling in Ocala it fe to Thu n....-
noteworthy MI uy not on. another, while wanttin ftaln

mention that a great' deal of JOINMARTIN IIKr"" ends,. .* a .ua l..* way to mother th' faith OF TIT ONE
interest is being shown as to SUNRAYJALOUSIES
RenttLI the status of commercial fishing THAT IXVDS! Electric and Refrigeration StuartAuto

on Lake Okeechobee, and what COUNTY If utioas world f.UtII.* GoUrn Rule and apply it as twaswrit SERVICENo

I action the Commission proposesto CHAMBER of oar yeukers ..... leara what's taught in school and LIVE Job Too Large Or Cam

I or Information take when it steps into the ADD BEAUTY. COMFORT AND/ COMMERCEServing TO MAKE rSE OF IT. Bat Ptw* CAVT tome when it's twisted Too Small
I VALUE TO YOUR HONE OR
picture as of Oct 1. From what BUSINCSS BY INSTALLING **....<- fcy erea jst one or two.-and made t. imply a THEORY KOBE SOUNDELECTRIC Modern CottipiAnd
Real Estate InsuranceWrite we can gather, the commercial Every Progressive Trailer Cos
I Ii SUNRAY SHUTTERS CX50CXDGET OTHERS: LEST
THEY GET TOG!" CO.
fisherman have little I to fear In Interest in This DAY, WEB
RENTAL B\
or See ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
{ a prohibition of their activities.The Area Day Phone MONTH
C-NVENIE.1CO,
JOHN E TAYLOR Commission will have the Sunray Shutter PresidentT. Hobe Sound 3271 ALL
say over fresh water fish-that ProductsW. BLAIR and BAKU
T. &
Oughterson Phone
I Osccola Bldg. Phone IOU which can be sold and the other C. ARMOR. P. O. BOX '4S Stuart Nile : I Old Dint.. HI.W. ?'
STUART I 185JHerby's I
species i black bass) which can-

not be sold. As we get it the .
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CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT SUMMER SPECIALby Robertson's ROYAL SEE

Waterfront PropertiesAlong Lunch
GroceryWe

,"" Taxi POINCIANAWaterfront Bu.hu.. ... W.rkl..( Mn'. VollratFOR
the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound.. Excellent Food -- Specialize in
Frozen Food Lunch and Dinner'
Ocean Frontage1L.1 HOME MADE PIES ACROSS INDIAN KIVEB BRIDGE Cottages
SUMMER SALADS TO WILSONS AND: AT FISH1NC JESSENBATHINa 0.. Of "f V1 IM'. ,....V' TRY OUR f 1.00 STEAK DINNERAll
Amoco Gas A. Oil PlumbinCRANE
BEACH F_ CMk.4 .
UNDER DIRCCTION OF Summer Rates I. Sl.k. Of
GRADUATE DIETITIANL $2.00 Up To 5 People Cu.t_.., C...... C_rt.ni.,
DAY WEEK w MONTHJ. Elflcim S>ric. FIXTURE
Jensen Beach
PHONE '|M
0 PRVas C. CLEMENTS How About WJ Alt"....-4.r Or Tifir At the County Bridge S. MICHAELSON ONE VUiIT YOU WILL CU'lVINCE CALL US FOB MM1
e
FEDERAL HI-WAY II'.0 TO JENSENROYALPALM' "Come in to see as" ttXSlX' BEACH I 265
/ B PHONE !4-W ,....l H)-W.r N*. I PHONE
ga I

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WHEN YOU'RE THINKING OF

a1 I CONCRETE Quinn's StoreMeats SIGNSPHONE Lance Brothers GLAMOROUS BE MORE

JW ttntmifl Tnmlffrtflitm Groceries NEW GLORY
I BLOCKSAND RestaurantGOOD

wn PItOOUCZ" DRUGS 103-M FOR DULLIIFELESS
oovsaua& corn FOOD
One Block South
CONCRETE ITEMSSEE I..DIDDIG LJIIItAItT Ralph
Pleasant AtmosphereFriendly HAIR

PARTS-SALES Jensen Beach Ulmer's Garage Service t

SERVICE V, MILE MOST OF STUART Little
I. L. DECKERDIXIE
5.s r-F_ 5.1.
PHONE 9124 Chas. Boxwell Closed all day every SboIle
HI.WAY-PHONE 17-W KRUECEJt BL0C. PHONE 9131JDUGANS Friday Beauty

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I Web Ordway IdealSportShop : ---- ---

I StuartService I BATEMANCONSTRUCTIONC
Motors I GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION I

AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR JJI'J: Station I
o AGENTS' FOIl : -
FORDSALES "Wil_" = GULF ROAD AND MUJIII
PRODUCTSTIRE
: : Sporting I Irfl-- TRACTOMLAND
AND SERVICE
Coocla. ANDELECTRIC REPAIRAND CLEARS)
Z I DAY AND NITE CYCLES FOIl !

WRECKER SERVICEBODY H"Hdquart The Friendly Spot SERVICE GRADING

REPAIRS i DII Quick Road Service, UBIiITfIIIP.
I
I PHONE 9142Standard era For F"iabermea I Poet. Office Arcade IWAT PHONE SIS I II W. C. REIN Mgr. ESTIMATES ..,.It

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I Listings of Imprpved and Unimproved Properties Oil Alex's DinerBREAKFAST -EXPERT FRANK HALEROOFING .

Throughout Martin County TIRERECAPPING Jensen Hdwe.SURE JOHNS

ACREAGEt- RANCHES Co.SERVICE LUNCH CLEANERS

SewalTs Point Rlver-to-EIver Propertiesand STATION AND of all kinds
and Lf.ADING)' ::
TRY THEM STUUTS
LUBRICATION DINNER THEY ,
GAS OIL SIliC
Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites TIRES. WASHING. POLISHING i n-u... Roof RepairingGeneral : CL&ANEJlI
ARE MORE CLEANING
GENERAL MOTOR TUNE-UP Good Wholesome Food THAN DRY

C. B. ARBOGAST FUEL PUMPS ALL KIND a PARTS OF I. At Reasonable Prices i I STCAKT W. Ftrk RECAP C. Aa4 SDtnCK other 404 Colorado Delivery Ave-Stuart I: APT TO HAVE IT. EXCLUSIVELY

Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance Ralph P. ChandlerDIXIE ALEX HARRISON 3. ... rOMZXOT. Jr. Phone 9141 and Leave I f PHONES

HI-WAY F.d..t _War N.. t At Wls.4..ka. ..i I Message Jensen Beach AVL
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