The Stuart news
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 Material Information
Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00140
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Associated Press .
Voice of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life Complete Local New Coverage
TilE Sit'.tnT NEWS. STTIHT tartan C..nlr. .'l.ORIDTlfl'RSD.Y.. SEPT 5. 1918 price:: iD\: CITSIIENSBANK : .
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EMBER OFEHLGROUP Clewiston Stuart Sallflshers at Clewiston will Sunda\pbs In S PURCHASEDNew churctand tar Th r f Rev the W Mrs.Stuart 0 Aldridze Aldridge"Methods' hale pas t PURCHASED BY Completed By New Appointments '

the second-and probably dec el-I Isiv written that they will t:1 be home
<'-runoff game for the South COUNTY JUDGE :
Glades-Coast League championship Firm Will Be Known to' resume duties next Sunday CHICAGO GROUP TO SELL PERMITSAT REGISTRATION OF
I( They have spent several *eek
A. Stuart Marine Service INDIANTOWN
N.r.mf'r.catl.on: visiting In
Federal Re. Still riding high wide anti Co., Inc '
In Cinr.rla their former
home. and
|ISytlem rlhip! Announced handsome on the winning!: streak the N, ,,, England state; Boulevard Building Corp. J'ld' lu<' Arthur Clouts will visit 1,300 STUDENTS
which has put the team at t he SI.ii' 1,1 l Stuart Marine Service Pays $51,300 For Stuart's Ii cl .iiuov.ii Sat in'day. Srpt 11 ,
Todav of .*i-i-c: "' Martin county yacht rer A. 'a. II) U .or.hip service. t t" 1 issue driving licenses In thewist '
top Largest Apartment
competition in it> c I'lo: .
I Stuarti'iii'hiflt I the Sallflshers snowed Clu'_ 2" s:orase and service plant Sundu.: the pastor "will speak Building par of the county. He will BEGINS FRIDAY
ton WO", announced today by H- C <..n1 t.' Glory \! under 21 to 6 In last SUlHld\ I
Beckman pace ..nd..t the riming servIce Clyde Plrtle who will Give
The Atlantic Court Sluaits
I\t steady first game of the run' n ,,;];tlthen "
t The or his Triumph of FAith. driving tests.
new firm will be toonas
largest building hasbeen
dId servo beat Fort Pierrt l Itt./ t t.., C) apartment !! \\ltli apjJUJIlIH) hita)11'110\| ('( '
c ,u'crpt In a Labor Day prietlc, L,ill,(' Stuart llu1ne1Tc\ Co, '1 purchased by the Boulevard Permit sales totalled 80 on at the iructini. ol tin ,-,.'1'00, .
s Inc wIth F L. Spencer former Building corp. accordingto (penlnK day Tuesday a marked I "
in i the -- -- board TUC'bdaHiltht t MarUi
J Chicago manufacturer and I' ST. JOE PAPER papers filed this week at the reduction! over opening day last county schools will open uunur '
r.J C Ceo R. GREENLEES Great Lakes racing enthusiast county clerics office Documen- r(-.ii'i Judge Clouts said row about 98 per l'eHt! compleu
!J 'Vi'iegrarn as president and resident ir.:&r.ater .- tary stamps Indicate a sale price -. ---. Jy! staffed. Supt Roscot RulUm

C. S. Parson New York ITdustnalist 'EXECUTIVEINROTARY of 51300. stated todaLast minute resit-

". 4 ilnanmem with- DIED WEDNESDAY and Hobe Sound winter The corporation is a new'ly ui KIWANIS NAME I nations of both white and ooured ?-

t \I ""'- l't'a1deDt.ceopresident.\ anc sanlzed Florida concernwhich 01 l I teacher! will cause M

t. I .1 R O DItUg of Se1L' York sectarv -*- TALK Dr. Hollls E Potter amidMrs. shifting of teaching stalls a.. i tI
',,,Ilree- ,Wist am I.. ( hid Pilot,| \c -treasurer ', OFFICER LIST
W A. Lippincott of ChIcago! schedules and force' tempori ,
Charles R GI mil '
( ( I pJ"I'I'' Miller I, I),,,n Itogrr flight I
Spencer. a member o': Ch.cago are president and secretary Dr. I arrangement until the van .
J1"" said farmer and dtieloppi) "I i the Instructor for tIle Last:: Coast Yacht Club: has owned and |i .
l'' Firms Harr Saunders Tells of Potter is a radiologist. outstanding elm can be filled it was slat
Tropical irci i IM'da'ay .\ir !Service night school >
"ion of at handled racing sailboats and. Nomination Officers and
in the field of scienc
I x-ray .
Florida Mill The school term olficia I
\\ pdnesiamoinlnt.1 .. at the Sluarl( rl. He and Paper "
'r.' img then jirpi auxiliarv yachts on the Great' who first came to Stuar as i\\, Directors Set .
Production I opened today with OH
his hol'lon\ he locks road alter :\ill*, Kogrrs: shoved here from faculty
..111. and Lakes for 23 years Panownerof I officer of the Snug Harbor cor- Friday ,
I the Stuart school
Ings at i
illness of e\eral months I -
an I ani ana the d the
thenbershlp. Q-Class 50-foot
I t tll racing poration. A member of the Chicago -
He 53 old I I Hrt he Port St Joe Paper I I though registration of studei '
was bit
years over the aviation facili- sloop; Scimitar:' he ha participated : Yacht club he was one of Officers and directors of Stuart "
three half '
Private funeral services to OwipMij; uses and is set for tomorrow mornl
il ,11 1 the at-i ire tin frolll the Nat'* and art'It'inll 14 times in !tee 3JO-milt million dollars worth of Florida the men primarily Instrumentalin Kiwanis Club for the coming I I when school buses will bet '
be held at 3 clock tomonow afternoon at the fit-Id Itogers was ChIcago'! to Mackinac Island this Friday
I i benefits race i puJpixnd: each year In the attracting the group to Mar year will be nominated regular schedules in all pans I
at Johns Funeral Home an trim instructor of glider and has been member of President Keith
if; a many manufacture of t AW.000 tons of tin county as a site for a winter George announced the county. School officials i .
The Rev. Phil Mau'e1w1l1\ be |>ilols during thi war, serving : ,
champIonship racing: crews In Dr. Potter has ,
the tinerboard and an enrollment of I
.f'' oto paper corrugated Uclpate an "' f
in charge The family has in .Mjbanii, ,
requested and tlnrida I
G-ea Lakes .
I I the su- : competitive events sheets of cardboard was graphically only son who has specialized In This will be one of the moil pupils at the beginning 01

.! ii 11 01 the The( body thaflowl'rs is to be crl'matl.'dAm"'lng be omitted Plans' underway include adellt -, explained" Stuart Rotarians his. fa .her.. 's..field .of science and important meetings of the KIwanIs year. Last \ears u>:.al tnrment .
: it' o give >achunen and boa: wno wiu relieve him of ." stated. "and I
rtiiion to : at Wednesdays luncheon enough year he o* totalled 896 'white\ asd I

I: Horldallmlnates- In the immediate FINAl. HEARING owner complete service, and j I The speaker was lUrry Saun- professional responsibility that President I urge full attendance" colored children or 1.2&5 in .

J family are the "'Idoa son call for additional skilled craftsmen I Charles. jr.. who is In electrical to operate the facilities: In : in Florida attended by new mcmben In former
who discussed the jears
.r larges on I past.
I presented.tern en-jlncerlng research work In Oil ISLES SETSEPTE1ER I the tard Among new lines tol I! present :and! Jut are of the paperI The new owners have alreadybegun was held Monday night at The school budget for the us. '
\ D. Coo and
W-oshlngton a son be
are EJco stock cruisers
'dt't *> in Florida extensive remodeling and Keith home year was formally adopted I '
: !I -g industry
Joe, who with his wife Is Ihinu\ The
rt plant includes a .'
and Alabama alterations of the building which lowing approval of the St
be proud at the family home here and is 1 0 0State 1*>0. x 100 foot storage building I I I was erected during the 192u PAUL BAUER, KILLEDIN Board of Education \which t... I

hank has (cruaRcd in civil engineerineprictice : a. i !ned bv Bert D Keck twc ,I Comparing the forestry( practices boom by John E Taylor and Bt I 11Blttan FREAK ACCIDENTIN delayed approval] on one lien
rt' Federaleptanca Mr. Orcenlees father raii""ar' I of :o or is years ago to th-
I n.r.It': and electric : With 67 apartments tl1I''' PENNSYLVANIA an Increase of debt payment I
.: (' J.r R Oreenlees 89 years old hu--t.! tWO dorks' .with electricity. : present Ur Saunders pointed I
building Is the largest. in th,- tome districts. The total I
Ie' ,ondltlon I aha survives and Is now in Indicates Suit LoomsOn mer. gasoline and fuel oil out thaI fire protection selective '
faelUt I, county Though the years some Word was received hue Tuesday 'I $190752 as published in It*
'IJI'! \ Inch open- Mexico Title to Terminal .es. machine shop and store'Since cutting leaving seed trees Arnold Bauei of the
of the units have been converted by < Iud form in the Stuart Ne '
]. 'li $50.000 :harles R. Oreenlees was a LAndi Its construction the Vs&nained yield and dlscon- Into reception rooms and death of his brother Paul. about will be raised by five and 11.) .

fir ui e for more than a quarterof p:,.nt has been a vital agency in Utoance of turpentining along other changes are antiCiPated. : 35. \ho was killed hlle officiating j mill! \ tax levy
i iiu I1t'OIrll.1I of 1 ai v' protests wtb cultivatIng and fertUizawn -
.\ t pollcletininlty a century' In the agricultural stimulating interest In local Across the street from the high at the motorcycle louruimtTit It was voted to combine '
itnlns/ : the sale of two small \1slai \Is all a roW port o( the I
I. to deVelopment of this region yachting and has been a popu- school, on Fourth at.. the apartment in Pennsylvania He was Gomez colored school with

J 'ol.n., Thr Graduating as an engineer from 'Is off Sew alls Point. comprising lar stopping place for yacht intMtrVrj154!- is a popular location tot I serving as curve timer when /I.rat'lng Noise Sound school owing tv .. '

hi; At\ pub'lsh' I ICtnsas University in 1913 he S' a res to vililamPi and commercial craft boom fire prevention in the both ear-round residents and motorcycle rider lost con- tent, her shoriav A delcimt

'me ,, ;19. t946.'esotlrceitl. 'pi nt five years in the West in hford of Stuart for $1.000 an ,i turn A lantk. to Gulf on the t.-is.< one of the states most tourists tru1: and ftid to muke thecurve ..: parents from Robe 8-wuH $<. ,

: : I inection with oil prospecting ace will b' held by the I I. i I I 1 South Florida rross-rtat/e water- I valuable natural resources the. I IBilly running wild and fctrlklnj: I assured of a teacher for U '

"' !tee growth I II" :ml: well) drilling before commit!! Boird at Tallahassee Sept; 10 ''; *' speaker evoked laughs from the :MIKIl CONVTlNCt the official lower grades there with the lift J

!He) (.ted the I t to Florida to make his home He, The Stale also it was learned. uyMr, Beckman. who has purchased :' awOenre in quoting his favorite ''SlTCT\I: S TO P\ttMOM\ Mr. and Mrs. Bauer left Immediately and sixth grade children to t

,I" hIlly bU.lt the finest home In the Tropic A U defend its lease of some 13 !the Cartwrigh' home in motto that of a Iowa school on the noon Champlon taken to the Salerno school

of filled land at Port SeM Stuart said he had immedIate lad who said: This U God the telegram I Mrs.
:1 lit I staten al Farms tract of 6.000 acres aces no I Funeral service was conductedat after receiving Emma Kindred who sw

runt.. other hi father had purchased some .ill. site of the count terminal business; plans He served Uj couttry Don't born It" up and Johns Chapel at 2:30: Tuesday I and no details have been tired from teaching last >.e rafter .

n received yeirs earlier and devoted yearsof aiiinst present possession and Flotilla Commander': of
eu t "N(h-wa. showb labor and effort bringing agikaltural -lams of title pressed by S it Coast Guard Auxiliary here dur- Quoting figures to show the ,I Geary, Catholic pastor. for Maria an Associated Press story. agreed to return to taJerno a;.

.f -'4hi> 01 Stu- acthitN to that entire L:1'11.' Inlet district and M P in? the war and! as a arrant officer vast; expansion of the paper In- i Constance five month old I The Bauer family Included' principal owing to the lact that

J nicket otttion an. a. At one t time he was farmin Pa.ette. in the Coat Guard Temporary dv try planned In the three daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe'' six boys and six girls of which the board had been unable: to obtaIn -

Qal to 't nearly' Loon acres himself! as This land which with the Reserve tojtbern states the speaker Constance. Burial was in Fein Paul and Everett were twins. All a teacher for that potiUou;

.,r ndicatlnwe we:1:1 as bringing many new farmer WI k Jetty at the Inlet is the Ever since he came here with cor.binfd figures to show an HII!1 cemetery. were living until Everett was The board approved appointment .

it ,'\ parti ; to this coun:y, In the early only' tangible remainder of $1.- his fan-"y! from Philadelphu in estimated total of investmentsas The baby had contracted a killed In a motorcycle accident subject to the Board u;

tl projects8EO 301 he could not resist offers of 250.000 spent in dredging an inlet 19.J3 Mr. Beckman ha been icckse they will\ be two years from cold Saturday and Monday her In 1937. Thus, the twins, alike Trustees of Mrs Arthur Sims oi

enUneeilng In the fir west ihannel 25 years: ago for contact 1th the community nor MJI investments he said condition became critical and In life, met death by a similar Robe( Sound as a teacher in the
chic affairs and .Ul total $175.000000: annual and unusual turn of Fate. high school here of Mrs. Charles
ag 'In and spent several years in w'-ich the people of Martin an active she was taken to the hospital. I I
o PLANS Texas Colorado and Mexico be- "L mare still paying was ortSlrally participant in local pregrear payroll. $IZ. JI9IJOO. freight bill She died there early Tuesday I Besides the brothers and bis Kindred in the Stuart school

fo e returning to Stuart 8 years : / )' sought. in outrtsht: purchase moves The boatyard: U regarded for h.andlmcood.. sn.oooOIJO> morning, Besides her parents, tens, Paul Is survived by a wife and of Mrs. H B. Kraft lor either

a.o to resume development ol from the State for $10.000 as having been a vital factorIn freight bill for handling finished she Is survived by three sisters. and two children and his par- the Salerno or Stuart cteuuii

AT STUART Ti. epical Farms. He was activein by Pitrhford later leased to A. causing jathutnen to stop" polocto KSSoOflOO and other ,I en's His home) Is In Salem, N. tar)' school Mrs Sims holds &

ciallzlng\ in the farm lands sorlate of Pltchfords banging prominent new reii- The industry will. use 2.60// GOES; ) S\NKltI I ) will be conducted. I ters degre and formerly laugh'

In knew so well, and he also Last action of the State vas dents to Martin county tracks be tuma'ed which will geT A O Kanner will con- : The Paul Bauer family visited in the Palm Beach county tcbool:

';) ,. "-n made to engaged in cattle raising and to order Julius Parker torney Its sphere of activity for tor- tra'!| 4>Ji))).OOo mites! consummf duct circuit court at Sanford for here last winter the second tripto Mrs. Kindred is qualified v ,

) by Maurice farm development. for the Oovernor to consult with age and repairs cover a *14e bu?* applies ol gas and oil the balance of this week in the Stuart to visit their brothers, teach in both elementary httc

,1x.tJ ilK Point for O C. Durrance of Okeechobee area. much of lU work coming I and linn; employment to thousands absence of Judge M. B. Smith. Arnold and Leland. i high school and will be P WK.I .

.1 ict a pier. "'..t'.W.lUYS: : IKlUtl, before bringing: suit:' from Vero Beach Vle t Palm of men Saunders cmphas- I where most needed

( ''hi' St Lucie Evans Cran attorney for the Beach and Glade cities Ired the value to this stale of CVTTtEMEN: : TO MEET Ml: DIDST SVUIVT .\\: I J. A Douglas of Chiplev ..a.'

VJ tn, ''ni', at his The Veterans of Foreign Wars inlet: board said today that the Prior to I the war prnod one 'I such devtlofitnenta as have been The Martin County Cattle- WIUST: : : { present. having been named as

Y I!>I "II i feet down- will l:I hold the regular meeting uuild vigorously defend of the services of the plant war I set up by thr d-iPorit estate and men's association will meet at Some confusion was caused In I head of the \\arfleld school a.

FEC railway tomorrow: night at 8 clock at county anMilt brought and if necessaT the operation of a ship-to>)Jt I related. conimento, of Senator the Merle Williams ranch at Indtantown the minds of readers recently I Indlantown to fill the vacancy:*

r "I' ,II Stuart The tho log cabin. Commander Allan would sue on its own hooL short*'ave radio statlnn mhirb Claide Pepper regarding. the efforts at 8 p m Friday anent the Intake and expense ofcel.taln 'left by Principal Fletcher
In I"" \Hi extend In- Decker urges a good attendance to clear title. kept in close'ouch mith the St. of the duPorts to obtain --.-- Martin county fee officers I Bus drivers were named u

ett--" ibout 206 feet --- Lucie Sailfl&hing Fleet During tv FIX railnxid I BACKUS HONORED FOR Public officials who receive I follows: Willie Mae Norm. Indiantown -
eme.1. I K)h water shore- : ------ the war Stuart Marine Service --- LONG SERVICE WITH their remuneration through I route 6. Fox Browi

j bt -i 1' I pet wide. Roll Back Next Week was a Coast Guard conversion B.n.Y"fIlES ELECTRIC COMPANYJoe I fees of the office arc required I for the Fox Brown route
caL V.' Meat\ arlor Jensen, RxlianMiHardv '
t (overed shed, maintenance depot) TO (.(\ E Sr..1R by law to pay for the clerks who
.e aft :, of Beach work for them. i '. Ilobe Sound and Wit
long and 18 Beckman extendM giyvlwill C. Backus. Jensen

je ''III ,It, riverward end I But Question Is-Where is Supply? the firm to trip< new owner. who The W mian'* Missionary society resident for many years associated One stated, "You Indicated R R Hatawa. Indiaiitow.

.et Hi'51" of the bulld- have taken possession and are of Use Bap'ul church. will I with the Stuart office of that we keep all the fees and route 4. James Bradley was eui

hid>, I- ,bout 14 feet -- now contemplating additions p1' a covered dish supper Tuesday -; the Florida Power & Light Co the county pays our help ployed as janitor of the Sloan\

he deck The OPA has again restored n.ounc.-d( a rollback of meat and improvements nijht in the church annex I and now accounting supervlsoi which Isn't true'! If It were, we'd Training school

Wal D comparatively prices. with restored subsidies 'I (ob>Ene Enlu>menl Nightlong I be rich he said
partment anita ce.lings on meats for this division has been awarded really getting :
3'' JIll,, public hearing abundant but hlghe. helping to hold down prices. SHERIFF'S OFFICE -- -,---- a 20-}'ear service pin by the This straightens the record and THE WEATHER

herd.( I'11 I his application priced In the past hectic 30 days I \\lth celling prices back in DOES BIG BUSINESSIN A "OSL L"43SLL'43 firm. we apologize.
I' meats and with OF AUGUSTThe I I'"rih'i't.-, .I.. ... .",rt..1 h,
is: effect on MONTH
im the stand- -and the question now JhN M.",". L' 1' W.th.. (M.... .., (

uPon tIll ni\""uvigatlon nerence with, with, or where Wholesale Is the ceilings supply went?" on today ,I' ceiling!at departments price posters returning as soon as tom sheriff office deposited exprnenr n! .rer to has accept taughtPea'apapera con- Form;;: Stock Corporation For I Cay huh .M...T.p.t.r..........-.... M.11._..._ t

!nt t reasons for Intelligent and retail ceilings will go i they can be prepared every with the county' clerk for the trlUitioiu from anonymous don- I .AUII\ ., 30 21 55 ci, 7'UII. :5AsC "I
The thin
Wion bay be mailed tc Into effect next Monday Sept. 9'1 shopper should pay particular month of August a total ol SJ'-I'i or-s. b reason for the 'may Saw Palmetto .',, '. ;(1 :: 25a .. "' t
>Irlci<< Engineer: ; butchers interviewed attention to prices she is askedto 34129 for the Fine and not appatent to general Processing of $ t I l. \.
U. S. En- All local i 'i'th So 7.
olllce' P willingness pay:' Ooodwln said. ture Fund. Estreated bonds and public but t try sitting on this 1'." .. X 0"" ,' ,
O Box 4970 The News expressed a .. ...
by that a few the of sttie of he force for a while and --- -- "I I \HI..
Vile emphasized fines from summer
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On 'III ime to be re- to cooperate "If we cents overcharge per pound' court accounted for a lare portion I you 11 be amazed at some of the i' A $2.000,000 stock promotion i "The flotation Is to raise funds. Ase 27 RAINFALL IN INtHtS 5- .

or before Sept.. 16 can get the meat at a price I dent. in a'. intake \ mayhem which can be stirred up is about to be launched for a for construction of a plant near AUII. 20 ..',
to sell It Iarcl I would make quite a of the I AUII. 30 .".
which\ will enable us fUm which will Punta Gorda. Fla. for the manufacture .
under I Io hcusewifes weekly or monthly This amount exceeded the I I by tbe most innocent printed process palmetto I AUII. 55 e. M ,
still make a profit ; I went fibre In Florida according to of a hard fibre resembling Spt. 4 ..TITOTAl.
i foci budget"Most month of May. second largest for I
hACKETT Indicated
OPENS 'A ceilings. They |i of our stores are The ) So Th* Stuart News has a'I a N. Y Herald Tribune story I sisal from the stems and 1.1 ISt.d.d
It-is by53h.8.
year fayj I I Itctal.
HEREHacked rat "there s no sense dateline' the -- ---
roots of heavy saw palmettowhich ,
above-board and which also Included nia'eWe just donl print con a Philadelphia
thoroughly acc
'- I t.slness without a profit, and completely reliable he said. un session. mas $1JJ02.31. I trbutk when we dont know wnich appeared Aug. 18 I' covers several million :i THE TIDES \
of West Palir the responsibility for a sup- of land in Florida
wed I p' 'owe\'er there are always a who wrote them No matter how According to the account : acres I

}open to Stuart thlr pi>1 at a fair price on the pack- few who take advantage of a t'ISCOP.\L WOMEN: I I sood they are. Worth doesnt "A new Industry Is proposedin "The company pointed out :: ,

a bookkeeping ano I I er and supply houses. still to SI W FOR HOSPITAL enter Into the picture U the a registration statement filed that this Is the first of a seriesof -
VIce. 'uatlon. and may try I .. :
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restorlnspi rIO' _
j A number of peo I I )n the other hand : under-counter sales of The women of the Episcopal anbor of the breezy little column today with the Securities and plants contemplated each of I 0.dl.8 _IeIon II' L II

lI1e of the need of ucrj ,ce controls and subsidies onm mike :' cb arch will sew for the hospital; -- wr found on our desk this week Exchange: Commission by Pal- wt.lch111 make available for ; \h..m.k. :
leq at at over-celling i'Sie .Sell'. 1'.1111, sill ,
here" m I ks loll
to he laid, "ane ats as ordered by the Decon- said that such "undercover during the months of September I-wi i be so kind as to let us know'' m tto Fibre Corp., Washington, ag icultural production about r'' itei. for hick >nd S ........ SI .itetl14W. .

ICy j ,be" of service to the tr I Board, should mean a con-food sales should be reportedby al d OCtober. Volunteers are wIobe Is. well be glad to print' on 4000000 shares of partlclpa- 1,COO acres annually of the most j 10... LW. ,

si. erable saving to the requested to meet at the Red it anonymously. If preferred. tfrm preference stock to be offered fertile lands In the i A". i'.e4. A". 1' II
Mrs Hackett and theli bt:.Igets of south Florida faml- purchasers to price control doss sewing rooms between I or under a nom de plume. or any publicly at 50 cents a share area through I I 5,5 s"C 1 I.ST.:1t 4,55 I".' ''A.:i... sa'. .
ldre5 : II':" I .
them almost I
clearing 2
, they are living at 1k" % OPA District Director Ber- beards: so that refunds can be sid f:3O: p m. Monday antiW.dnesday ot MT way-but so long u hestays by Telller! ti Co and associates an 11 I..III."...... I S ':It 1,55 11:1. ,
sit sea I t
!ct rtM Where he may nf rd C. Goodwllpredicted.. re ured and future overcharged of each week durtnfInj in the dark U win blush arose Ti underwriting commission penetrable growth of pal- 1 Tun 10 sea TI&. 11:41 has U u..,. .
\ : with orders of the I I metto 't I Iaed(, II '1,55 ". is 1 .-.. j
a .uiib.lphoneienrlct! "omplylng: htlted\ this period. unseen. will be 12's cents a share Thu,., IS .Ile I..e I.IT gas "\
control Board OPA has an- : I l
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This Is more than n\ rccodnitlonoftroLt1-of which\\"onrojustlyPl'oU

:Membership\ In the Federal Rcseive Systoin will bring hnmcdlalo t tangible .

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Our affiliation with the Federal Reserve System brings to this bank and
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Its depositors the supervision and protection of the federal system in addition to

that of the State of Florida and automatically eliminates the former exchange

charge on l1'omingl'Iw<'ks cleared through that agency.

In Our 13/ Years of Growth and Service



The Citizens Bank of Stuart

:MEMBER\ :\ : The Federal Reserve System;
Federal Deposit Insurance; Corporation, ,
And The Florida Bankers' Association.I .

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i JOTS COME I ON SAlE AT COtRT HOtSE FOREIGN LABORCONSIDERED REGISTRATION BOOKS I coming civilians to whom this war, or must haw been diM hared WIdow,, aged> (Ii'm "\1' Sic the Insured \'l'loI.'l'iIlJ who< leave'', ,I"r."'. .

j CPEN IN PRECINCTS new section of the law has Immediate or released because of disability will receive monthly bin'lit" fur no widow 01 child under ]18 After

OVER Sale of 1947 drivers lie en*', :Mil tin application should come I I or Injury Incurred or aggravated lilt. 01 until she -marries i January 1, 1947, such parents .,
MIL M went on sale at the office of county registrationbooks to our office to file their benefit
BY In service In line of Ihourh :
Young dependent cnlldren receive benefits even ,
Judge A R Clonts at are now open In the various claims as soon as possible", Mr may 4 .. I,
courthouse ( I precincts, according to Mrs Valentine added, duty They will receive benefits until the wage earner Is survived by .. '
STATES this week Every effort is J P Blakeslee, registrar, who 3. Died within 3 years of the they are 18 or until they marry a widow or child under 18 If the t I'r ,...:.: i
LED COUNTY "There Is, of no actionto .
AG course l I' I
being made to avoid the last MEN announced the following; locations be taken under the new date of his discharge Widows of any age with young widow or child can never become ; ;,
minute rush which often causes l where the books have been Survivors of veterans who meet dependent children of the Insured eligible for benefits The .'. r; l I
embarrassment by living veterans 01 those qualifications and thus In their benefits continue loi 0.
And South to procrastinators 1 placed for the convenience of their are veteran care. They parents i
dependents since the "
li.n Contribute If local residents will drop A,A.A. Committee To Aid residents living in outlying cOlnI potential beneficiaries of the old- will receive monthly benefits life or until the parent remarries 't' t
amendment affects I
Al o by and spend the 10 minutes required I Growers In Averting munlfies: only sur- age and survivors insurance pro until they remarry or until the In the absence 01 any person 'a "xwt; ,
vivors of veterans who have
Visitors I for Issuance of a new Crop Crisis I I Precinct 1, Jensen, W B, Til- the met gram are the same as in the youngest child reaches 11 If the Immediately eligible for monthly "i II( i .A..i'
qualifications of the new
I case of fully Insured worker widow does not she benefit payments a lump-sum ;2'f:: ,
that Florida: card the judges staff will be ton home. any remarry F ''I I '
\ I measure, Including inedibility ,
:Keener irjfan trade from all I free to care for the winter visitors The Martin County AAA I Precinct 2, Stuart, Stuart Feed for Veterans Administration under the old-age and suivivois\ may file again for benellts at I payment may be made to certain .j.;.:
!y 'committee In session Thursday Store Insurance program Mi Valen- age 65 specified l'l.'latlvl'h 01 to persons ; :
I as they
come In this I
:ft n fie Cnion is con- Judge Clonts fall night, moved to aid farmers In : Precinct S, Stuart, DjersStore pnjments It has ben estimatedthat tine said HP listed t them is Aged,. dependent parrot'( jf who pay burial expenses hr' .1'!j :::
of announced '
that '
ample: urvey over 40.000 veterans of War
.y, i-ara whch: has: been licenses will be on sale at Indian- I problems this section who are facing labor II have died since discharge( :1 _- ___----.r.-.4n1> ___'_i"'" _'--IIm.IfIJIII._! __: __"_"' __________..... ___ ....-__ -- 1t I lji1.; ; tU
'Jr .! i past seven town Saturday afternoon, Sept i which may reach a Precinct 4, Salerno, P,O Smith i However survivors of onlv a i
n1 crisis before t
of then 14 for the convenience harvesting season Store I '. 4 Tt:
l_;::' Apices of rent- Is over.Edward, small percentage of this to ul :
dents in the western I Precinct 5, Hobe Sound, St
;;::; )if the Florida part of the would be eligible for benefits un- '
L.:bar ,.. Commerce county Mapp, chairman who Ong 's Store I der the amendments to the So- I i 1;,
:::;: conferred
committee members Precinct 6. Palm City, Robert
..:-j. ' made pub- I cial Security Act The Important -
: H. M Saunders Albert McPherson Home, I ANNOUNCING
t State Chamber yes' i part of the legislation is
>me ':jrveit wu (aidir.uef found to be in order: New York, Welch and L. M Johnson reported Precinct 7 7, Port Mayaca, Bessemer that It does provide protectionto ,
< aver) the year Illinois, Ohio Pennsylvania, Alabama -I that the group has written Properties Office, the veterans family while he
:x r;':: ,: ;_peration of North Carolina, Tenn- I letters to all farmers, requesting Precinct 8, Indlantown, Hita-' I' Is becoming fully Insured" under .. ,, "
ease Virginia, New Jersey. I them to requisition way's Store, Social Security on his .& ,
;G::::;t::_:,J':.-. rorida market hasyw.r South Carolina Michigan, Massachusetts ., winter labor needed for the fall and The books are also open a'th I job Many persons the present local j MY SEVERANCE WITH > ;

District of Columbia crops Supervisors office In the manager said, lost the rights '
b: the while Louisiana, Maryland and California -I As agricultural men presentedthe court house from 9 to 12 a, m they had accumulated under Sj ., v-.,

CJ; 0'10 ready for I situation to the committee, and from 2 to 5 p. m. on Thursday I the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance '' 'f )
i :r 'xpansive; the treat-StateS : Approximately one per cent! the problem) is not so much alack ', Friday and Saturday of program through the STUART MARINE SERVICE I' \, ;
Q cm o) of Florida's guests come from of man power as It Is a matter each week There is no fee for I passage of time after they I had | .
) -IT:st on trans- Texas, Indiana Missouri, Kentucky of prohibitive wages demanded registering and new residents, entered the armed forces The .,' ,

D -:ar:M utilities, Connecticut, Wisconsin, by a good portion of the available newly naturalized citizens and potential benefit amounts of .:, :
=-.::> i rsher of the' Minnesota, West Virginia, Miss- help, those who have reached the age others were reduced Some entered -
::J .x:;, invf agencies: issippi and from Canada. Other "We simply can not produce of 21 since the books were Ian'opened : military service without i ::1''
y-bee' esearchers said crops with dollar-an-hour labor;" are urged to to :
states ranged downward from qualify having had the opportunity to
: CD: xpressed that two tenths of one per cent the spokesmen said, "and com- vote In the coming election, I| build social security Insurance And expressing my sincere appreciation::\ to the :
u:err- low findsr i "Foreign countries ranking pete \\l>j market prices of farmers --- | status by means of prior civilian I '
:: r::err t i'r it is placed among the states in the last who are paving much less," COUNTY BOARDS HAVE employment Now all discharge I
rated they added yachtmcn, boatmen and tho community at large for the :
::j- states group were Cuba, Puerto Rico NO POWER TO MAKE ',veterans will have an Insured {
j r .:_. ,jrmerly con- : Nassau Mexico Argentina and They went on to explain that BLANKET TAX CUTS status.regardless of what kind .
1... :r.n: 'icestoeastr Brazil Other foreign countries pre-war labor at a $2 a day of work they have done or whether iendly contacts and cooperation through 1 Itt years 01'
mid-western accounted for six tenths of one wage had doubled and then County commissioners acting they have Social Security
,, per cent of the total registrants," tripled. and still they were able as II board of equalization hav Account Number cards
:::1t-y 1\ i the review concluded to produce food at a slim mar- no power to order blanket I Thesurvivorship/ protection suivico. 1 I I' I,
11 r ru prpondtr-I I I gin of profit But $8 a day U. chiiiiies in tax valuations At- extended to qualified veteransby t

1tJ: ':Jr.!. ,antributlng The brain of an adult elephant simply prohibitive, they added 'tornE'Ot'nE'ral J. Tom Watson the amendment was limitedto I
p c' c'r' cent mere neighs about eight pounds. There are now 45 foreign laborers has advised Comptroller J. M. a 3-year period after the date I
employed In the western Lee and the Orange county tax I 5
of discharge In I the belief I that I '4
part of the county, It was stated, assessor by the end of that time most )(
and the Emergency Farm Labor Watson replied to an InquiryIn veterans will have succeeded in t.jl*
31 Repair and Fix Up! Program of the' A AA, stands which the comptroller said h I establishing or reestablishing Insured -
ready to aid f cultural men had a statement from Orange I status In Social Security
In meeting the world food situation county that the board had ordered through civilian work In employment '\

M terials Are Still Very They added also that Imported a blanket 25 per cent reduction ': covered by the Act SUI'I It has been a pleasure: to develop and( to operfltt'r} f't'
N Scarce: But We Will Be Clad labor has proved to be on increases of all valuations vlvors of veterans who died in
more satisfactory, turning outa of certain !
property on
service or from service-conneit-
t To Help You Out With What more productive work day than sections of Orange avenue in ed causes are protected by 1 the this business and it is my hope in tiXTUNDINd) ( ; the t::1
'-+ u Materials We Have On local workmen "If labor Is whatIt Orlando, and that the reduction I Veterans Administration program \(-

Hand. takes to produce crops In Mar- was made "In order to pacify one To close the gap betweenthe '*
; GOODWILL; of the firm to the new owners that the |
ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR tin county, It is our business to certain taxpayer who refused to point where Veterans Ad-
,ataf BEST! I obtain the needed help" the! state the value of his property rrtfnlsti, 'atlon protection leaves
committee reported, "and we to :he tax assessor i' off and the point where Social will enjoy the snino friendly ooojoralion) which was
shall appeal for Federal assist County commissioners have Security protection may begin "
incf If the present survey In- the power to "equalize" tax valu- the new enactment gives tin I ::1
asa Lumber Co. cllcitps (that foreign labor Is the itlon, said the attorney general veteran the status of a fully insured )mills) !

only answer tu the pioblem and can only raise!! or lower worker for three years
values placed on particular! after his service discharge.
PHONE 66 Old<1 recluses in Australia ir pieces of property to equalize order fh survivors t to i i
known a>. 'hattetsfc the, with other similar parcels I benE'I for social securitybenefits : .
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under the new legislation -
a veteran must meet three I Ij Jf ;
__ :;;;; VETERANS GET qualifications, !Mr Valentine I

ITo the Boating Fraternity of the Indian-St. Lucie River Area j have-pointed out. The veteran must I A.,..

A "T7 r.f I FREE SOCIALSECURITY 1. Been discharged from thearmed I
t ,
forces under' clrcumtances -
NVS .4. other than dishonorable I
BASE within 4 years and a day after! I H. C. BECKMAN
the as yet officially! unpr clalm- II
ed end of World Wai II ,
Survivors Entitled to Benefits 2. Had at least 90 days oi (uve .-:;
ANNOUNCEMENTThe i Through Insured duty between September 19 I

Status 1940. and the official end ,>)1 the i
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I All qualified veterans of World I II I 1111 .....,--n'.M _-

I War II are now granted a fully I

and Goodwillof Insured" status under the Old- i,

Business Age visions& Survivors of the Social Insurance Security pro- ', It Is With Pleasure that We Announce ,p pI

Act, as amended The Immediate i .
beneficiaries of this recent amendment I ri
to the Act are the I : rb)
survivors of veterans who had : .

been discharged Into civilian j > .
life and who died as a result of I OF OUR NEWDYEING :
causes not connected with mill- i
STUART MARINE SERVICE tary service, Kenneth F Valen- I j I
tin, manager of the West PalmBeach '
office of the Social; Security -

Administration said today SERVICE
Mr. Valentine explained that

HAVE BEEN PURCHASED BY the new section of the Act provides -
for the payment of monthly -
benefits to the qualified sur-
Not Available
A Service
vivors of veterans who die within -

three of their discharge .. I
STUART under conditions years other than dishonorable In Martin County For r
MARINE If their dependentsare Several Years '
granted a pension by the .
I Veterans Administration (which
does not Include National ServIce
Inc. Life Insurance) they would .
not qualify for Social Security
benefits, These monthly pay- : : :
ments to survivors are retroac- r
tive to the date of the veteran '
death if a claim is filed before Dresses, Evening Dresses, Suits, Coats, Sweaters, Pants,

r February The West 10, Palm 1947 Beach office Overcoats, Etc. We can also take care of all Service '/

already has made some benefit
payments to the survivors of >

Ors who had worked enough ,
time in employment prior to
Ve Appreciate theContinuing their Army career to have earn-

ed a "fully Insured' status. In PHONE 190 '
these cases larger payments I
might now be made since the
veterans are credited with an .
Patronage of average monthly wage of $160. For Rates and Information ?

The same applies Mr Valentinesaid I
to survivors who have filed GEORGE KEITH \ 4 !

claim for a lump-sum benefit

all Yachtmen and The new amendment may make s
them eligible for monthly benefit -

payments or It may Increase 1
the amount of the lump-sum
payment "As In the case of all

Boat Owners other persons qualified for Social ... .. !:
Security benefits families 'I4
- of veterans who died after be- l

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MI.I: KM n IIIK; sTt'titr NEWS "ItT.RT.Iartln: County FLORIDA THURSDAY SEPT. 5, 1948


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il lC tuartu i __ IONiwOSciOCOMMENTO;; Horticulturally
: Speakin
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s h 1' .I 11'IHd( (l e\ery Thursday at ... / >"' :" .r\ \ 1"-. OCO OCOC:::::::=OCOc:: -Eiooo: > ::::==r
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* i-'tiKiit; Maitin' C'ounty. Florida ; \,. -" .J. i Out natural this week. William .. rated h"m 'PWnd. Hi.km> ," '
) I .. history department busy nn :TMnl u r. > m rthl( ] wI
C. f 1'i:) ({j, .I I W.nlri. Caid.n, Th .r'irl:, .. .: mlltlM 'Kapok. ,:, ..kquir.
4 I stu.iit i I Dally News, Inc., a r' < :
., Anderson carpenter pigeon .
I' brought stray .. .
I'1 e.1 a .i e.Pi.n.unn' TlirITM- k P '1C.* _Uii4r. h.
r I !iiiid.i. corporation.Kntritd into two rings hl. ". allr fla .''th I- l inn *,.,.,, i f urn
the and !
office with the number 276
I I (f y. .If:r 1:, : green :',,,.I 11 n-l.l<:Hl., ,:;,: ",..,nr1, koi.Io..T: l: !1. Ckcrbu > ;. :h'." ".
t *, ; second-class/ mall I R E ,; ...' t>. 'P'"I on its left leg nnd the number AU A 6B 5462 on its right. much. term unit l kmirfiomt ... Ikrir ..... _. .r. fated mt.,.>", "..

r, 'w j initter at the post office at B .." ""L" ,_\ 1f' j ; With numbers running that complicated, there must be n .. f lillxtllulf.. for ko....l i ''I .,

1 Stuart, l"lorldlunder the Acts '.,. \ \ &_ \( lot of carrier pigeons.! This pigeon got loose and flew allover F \* odes cal of Cloarv\.....,. tm\.nin\: man sin t IK ,|
; uf March 8, 1879. /1' tl; the office. uixl N1V>'
Tint-lias cnuntrytklv. f for .
County a mecca tl. ,
A '." c.\\ '" .. : '"|I. 'nl,, ,
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:34 YEARS OF SERVICE ,e c.'j : l si III<;('I'rs. stand! Iwo of FWkUf mightiest and most mtriv,,t ,
r. N .' r.nn .."" ".: Well, Anderson and this dratted little pigeon no sooner of the '''rc, t. "I* t

and The Stu.rt", Dally N.... w..u'cruort "W' .' iF- I/ leave the office than in Hallock Phillips TK-V| two Ijix.l.. silk. ,
..r ..h'.r', Timerr,/ rro'' n... \fj : comes are inajfnifkvlil or cult 'It,, i'to" _
t I A FREE PEOPLE ""er', l.y.Ii.h.d! In R''', ut" ." Anal I.eh I' '!:"i. .. wllh a glass jar full of scorpions' that la to say a almost ii'xty year* old. Tliey preside regally met t I"", hr,, Idbrorm-, ,
1"1' Ihr IItu.
and M. .
r "h..h 'rh. TIIII. n. r.nu..lt.ad.rrnrr, ., ; Mama Scorpion and 10 little young ones riding on her liorm-sti'.iils of' Pirn-Hat pi'KM't'I'LlId! during: tl..- !il'n!., \1 "" .,

'. IIb"h." :. 181:.the nl'oxen 1'lr, :\..... ,.)II.r .' f1 hack' covered with larpmaciioliaIike, 1 lilosynms of, a deep /
set 4]
I "rr //"ndr.l I/rtnhrr 17h I' .rrM JIt .i
,.It. .. I, rAiMh ..u 1.,1. h"". .. (th.f"I .< "'" 'J" row'" they Haunt their wanton beauty upon the world! ,,, I I"?r Tciin ,
ls ho
""y'h slrid. D..oh.errM' ,
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]aYdl wn'o' : .i. : ; "There were 15," Brother Phillips informed iw." but five wo them.

'" \\ '. 1. 11.\\1',11" /i' ,, ; NunrrrA. >J. ..,." ;t" "Ji."f: '" "'"", ,. ... ) of rain to lie In .
_. <1. "' "" : ..- there, she in eating one now. gnat limps eagerly cropped' lip tin- tin",l'c', ,d .
SUB8<'n1PTItN- RATES .., ._ t ... who line the |H'IIW.IM.| In "ee them. rt

\t C"". \ ,, \ ... '. <:?i2Sf C' ."s', I. ,' *..... 41'\ : y tr4r t One look Into the Jar showed that he was right./ This Huge! ('1111.. in wlikli time sails are iuatlm] in, i,11,1 l( II

,.., ,,-,' ,,- Ih.- "", ,,-..-...-.,,, ,,-,-. ,-, ,.. ,--.h' L 'Mr ....-T-- 'ftj doting Mother Scorpion had little Junior in her mouth 1 Ion '11...,. oirnrnrrfully Incmn as "Ijpoli". are tlx-ti, r.,nm,,,,", I sSpod. e,

II' j ,. ,, ."., "," ", .".,,. n,"" I ( ;I and wan nourishing herself on his: life fluidswhilethe ", ( III.IIIIff' tlnir.ile* hurst like cotton U.IU and I". inn' ', ,II'|
'h f r nhhr..n' '' f f."I nr. '
-- -- -- -- .. -- ---- \ 'I' r.\. '. I rest of the family contentedly perched on her slime actually, 'nw'llK-rod in glistening white tln.ll" i ,", |

.MEMCEK: : '>F THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS \I'\1 (\', ;oj".f.,-.II, ... .; .. I back. silky fibre arc \en lifilit. and may IK- carried long( ,1' ,' ,,,," ,,1 |1\
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-'- -- --- --- 0 Mhid. FI.IIld tlufditn. playing near the tree thrill, i II"t|, ,

; .. P'-5-< F .""..fl";j.fl"j- "{f, 'Why, of I'll the abominable creatures, this surely must be preM-nted al this, lilll('. ruined to winter .p rtv tin \ ,,,

Worthy of Meditation\ f. l\f; { I he worst" we remarked( with feeling. "A mother eating they" ate weutlic-rinj a nortlieni asnut, torm.Vliile '
I J" her own babies! Shame !" \ Natnn- put IMI MK-- of lier inmt /H.unUn 'I i ,, ,

''J' Tc make peace we must be inspired by the spirit t1 'f .. \ ... l>iu>fiic.* of kapok( rcpn.dutikln. the trees are ,In no, m :. ,;'', It j|,

of will peace achieve We must have the will to make" peace, the ; C iil; \, 1 / I "Don't feel too bad about it," says Phillips "The little the/' rest of tlK' \('.{f.1"T tlie liearini; season tlie\. |1''m'" ,tl,, ,mCliiw. !

to common understanding. ,', it t .i VI I one there on her back are feeding on her. They dad. peen k-af. Tlk-n. with their tall rial.nl tn'h, ,,, ;

Secretary of State Byrnes q : f fJI ,\ /-r I tat her unless they flip off and then she eats them. l haM's with great lMittre.<<* jiillinn' nut 'into llie urt.ui,,! i?, erne' ,

0'- ococ:==o=0s'" wco=====oco \ / I 11 .{ ,,WI That'p fair enough." .i :.iiiihl 1 kl. and Ilea luxuriant crowns lifted high: '- \, '!,, ft
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR I r. ,- I I ", \ ... -,,. I : Uninit tree, tliey/' still nin.iin Ling: of, tit(- tropic-al (I'MI, .'

I We asked Phillip. t., take these creatures back The Pinela\!! Omiitk.ipok trees /hate' an mtr.'I' '
TJc(, are of strong' : foreign states which still' further enrichedthcinschcs gruesome t > IUonik
=o=o=oc c::::=:::::JocO' ':: 0O0>= : during: the war."PremierMohtvv-Paria.luj./ ; i IAN to wherever he found them but it seems that was in the related. that in ISSS'texen kapok( sails wenl.r .1 .jht tY'. .,* ..

-'' j.' '.-. ,' nt, \ II'. !niai, ;: ii.i- !nod 1 until bltnKet) on his. bed sod he had a more or less natural reluctance Hui/il l IS y a mtilk-al mKoMHiaiy. also) gate turn, 't',, (t. ,.<.td, ,

J' ..' '..nl. ., .- I'.I'' : ,. i i .ind, uiitun a !6,1I ., ,, ." : to return them to their native heath \\icinit
I (lf>f (Is ,(' teed, only two lived and matured 0 hn,, \ nUtitr
: I \ii- ? 1,1 i ,: : ,- i.i-'. II"". it, :,,11 i," ,,is,'. hiiMiig iu-- END TO CONFUSION :
It all ended up by him leaving them with us, and we Mrs. Asnen I). \Hmt. of( Seten Oaks (hen a museum. t >0.,1. | pL

I' :i-i'd" tll<' ir.-' '. !.hrcti\| ', many lung years ago The little t City t of Ilivii-rn [Leach regulates its, traffic are sorry to report, that somehow the Mama Scorpion This grew into llie tie-- on north llaines Road iH-.ir th. 1 Dam Q

i I" n?" ""I, Hasid Situ! 'rock and I are jolo'I on t'. ::0:. :No.:. I I- -and you! don't have to jump for your life and all the Little Baby Scorpions found themselves w.iwhich,! now attracts so much attention at its hi.'"-' "rvtmif,

I "" i J'll'l1itm"l1laITI''e..t'm'louthFlorld I !! Tot--ing the' highway down there. floating around in kerosene about a minute and a half ft Lniary.Towering,

I I : I, '. ,"t t'f th.- !pn-osifi' ,* of the; Stuart New t'ji' at Fort Pierce I 18 miles north of us, an efficient rfter Phillips) I left the office. ;: into tlie air ilxmt setentx-fite feet, ,n t I L.., ''use
I't: I '''t't: ''t itl'''l},' in paper binding at 82.60 s.vvU-m d t stop lights regulate the flow of traffic throughthe ten feet in diaira-ter. ami a limh spread'!
.J'1 i i :; town! on the federal highway This sort of stuff causes great wear and tear on our natural A male tree. it does not produce time pml-de.iniie: .
1'1'"t h1! |i"i'; ,,: *, '- 1'I"'lkulal''olume iubal'k nearly i But at Stuprt- guessed' it we've done nothingbut history department which is "strictly on the water wagon slid. liloksnink Iniweter. arc |Mrticularlv' gormon.nd'' h(bIr.

I' ;aI"I "day* i a> superintendent of the Ilarvi. \'- you these lIa'lI.10 if you have any pigeons! or scorpions to be !iiiL',\ :>s it dot's! in the winter season it is tlie tree "in, _' t" jwnth .
talk about 1
: >'I.! :i. in Cuba.: :Sturrock' began arcumulat- stop lights for the past 15:) years or more ; brought anywhere may we suggest that Johnny Mann at sod! IM-S! known l h\ Msilrs tuna oilier states

'''Iii: tu! f-: : 't' ;ah..m, trees which form the foundation and it's high t time now that we ended the confusion, stop- the fire station i is fond of taxidermy. He paid out /good The kecond I Inc. wl hK.h is even larger, grew troml "' ,f'fd pfd:

I j utit' : 1'1. ."..rigii.il: memoranda have been torn apart !pod tal klnuIInd did something money for P course: in how to stuff things! and responds l I.\ the moths, of, !Iii Herd tie \1..IIt'n.. retired) ( !Ira, ,I, r phN

.u' I'' ,.: I I"" ,'t" '; th.. 1'1.\l the two of us s'i many times in The stop light proposition Is. fairly simple. There with enthusiasm to offers of things to stuff. Also we .ind., one of the older litiog iix-inUrs of, time '.1m.." |p1'r'i" \Is1f, ,

h', 1'J''' I n ", !il> !f i-nncftitrated;, ,effort that we have "should be H three way light on the federal highway south would like to do him a favor just in case. he gets more wild family. of I'iiiellas (;."lIIh. This tree slamU mi ii'!.,,Il'", ..aul
'd, Ilih'd..I'" 'I' """d'' lfling akin to the relationship of of Frafcier creek hl'iduto slow down north bound traffic ducks than he can stuff this coming season! being/ fond ourselves the ,.I( hI.IMII/ Khid. lime 'fem.ile i>f tlK'| sine| i n s ir" < ''II' t' '

j' h/!). l ,, '' J. .- !ii"i painful !hut nobody knows where and feed in local traffic from St. Lucie Crescent in the ol stuffing wild ducks coots, quail etcetera :lull, niatutvk, ,into lmrslint| uhile Imllk early in II). tilliMilot. .

i It, I'h.. 1- anti the other starts. ItIIIIl'Alditilln.: This light should be situated opposite .

J' I, ,,< '. 1 i..? i ha t' 1 111m prejudiced but I think everyw Herby nthotel.. Our favorite taxidermy stuffing for these beautiful rh.... ,.o .. .........K, u i...vr 1...f II 10,.\h'i.l.rul.ll.krr r.Wr I, .... ,"...r r..I1.TH, v.,,,,.. ". .

!1.,. Another three-wry ht should be situated at theinttrsection wild creatures is made with bread crumbs, giblets thd .hI. .',.nll, I...."
I l
"I' ha liirhteit interest in the '
t trees that .. .
grow nor br ,i'rre.' ,I. ,, .1 .nl J .r ...'.. ..lIn .10. .i f r' ,
II 'd I II .r' 01'1' -h"iild every
'. among Standard and Amoco stations, to slow down federal highway .trI '..., our tkr m.lni.rl o( ftafMir K>rWr foMn .. .r .1, "
I 'I //11., .. " "" !I"" !plf' ought to buy a copy of this e. .,...... .f .n... .U, .10. sad. ..._ lsnn.a, "II ). .,
: .oIlf'' ;i""' "> i-n.'ite-' day getting with traffic at this had curve and feed-in traffic on the Somehow; our own efforts at taxidermy have never result- 'Ia" hl.h... n'tb ..M 11.'A ..nr. ,ins', A r.ltm.d. rro.. a,.
a acquainted ... .... .... ,.
blind mrrh ctrl rrr rkV 0" ,1. .
I 'r r '
.emrr.T lb.
l I |"t -.M'.r I I ., nii-h/ supply him with shade, rain. Lighthouse\ curve Any traffic engineer could dope .'A In anything/ more than the feathers'; and a maw of disjointed ..,.1., rs.d ,In ear "It t. ......,". .11. ......... MM 'h' 4, _,
'I'd'' > I k. fl'M-al beauty firewood out nn efficient "stop and go" system for the highway bird bones-luit we're willing to keep trying hu. .' I. ......" "I"M"'" lea rn.n, .h.. hsh..r sod b' i". .. '.
perfume .. .. .. .
tkip ii BII fk
here after few hours >rrll < li> e..r,4Ih.-S''an .1.1r.
I I ;", i'',. l ii'rtunately, .. the acute paper! shortage a study.Already E. I* .' ,iulr In lb Rule ..f HTiJ.. a.4 .ea em.10 .h. m. .
the tourist arc streaming .nllth-lIn,1 a .huuld ....r... .n l I....li, It up
111 II i ''mi'! I that many copies of the bonk no It
I", "'I 1 great many; of them seem to have forgotten the p<'l'dlaw" ,
1,17 "' i i'1' ?tit "f print and a collector's item. n"D,. tIc 'l'lku routed away, he h.,n.t.'t': ?110.0 i ieut
ht '' as they rao through t'.wn-or perhaps they don't know GIVE THEM THE REAL FACTS h, '
'I 01 'I th-
I' a i.r r I benefit of those who cannot read. : M-UMIII. tor Ii.lJt(' to make into cushions .e( d} ''n 15 tw'th

''1' 'r.. .11') "' -. ,in I II Iii)','-. there's town here.It (Fort Myers News Press) )" lie! ruiktxl) (ruin the .....I.. :Not niauv ol lU. i"mi, > ems
be regarded heresy by the merchants of fly starting: right now an advertising campaign that
I'll'" Iir -' |.urt' t .f'. this/: book for whu-h Pr. )' vid Fair- may as ; lielfor the kapok i. no 1 native fo Fluritl.i.! E\e Tii' m rjtf ei-
our city, but another great aid would be the placing of a will tell prospective winter visitors the facts about SouthFlcrida's
'I 1 i' a< "'A'' < '" :a foreword, classifies Florida's trees 'I 1 upparentlt dt-mandk', a more It-pic-ally tripical ihni ."
flaxhinir IMTOW directly over the Standard Station hehlndStUHI.t unparalled housing shortage, the state can I
"'."I : <)I"' I 1''h'] ii- usefulness to us-for timber for It i is cnllitat''d eUensiteK I in )J.i\a. and! ti< -.'' ''' II
hotel pointing south and indicating that the diminish somewhat the enormous headache that threaten
f ,. curveis the. %I day dfltl C'nkn. '.
i 1.- i I' .1.1'I I planting for windbreak, for dry land rhi'ippims. stabs Ihntett.t' finy
a continuance of U. S. No. 1. Let's end the confusion and the entire area this winter. These facts pre plain enough to I .
',i''ing"i' u.-t. land, for salt-spray resistance, and so !gt: '\I wild latlx-r than "n plantutioiis. It is ..i- 'It
get things straight the: homefolks. From Stuart on the east coast to Tampa on
TL'rr, ,ir. mtiltitudiotii question", in these conneo and! to tin- W'-st I idles air! othi-r parts of, IrnpK il I \ I.( '
Ono rf the the and south West' the number of houses
most pres-ing reasons for doing something west to Key orRpartml'ntll ,
which 'nfront growersboth novice 1I""f'1'itl..-. dillircnt, ttnHliti dilfi-renl -ii:
i. and in
l'xpert- KIH'ut this, situation now I U that the highway! has been for rent right now in negligible. In many places, pait-
(1 ,tlii- 1,1, '' -\vcr< to many of them comprise a dozen li.i,: tlctelnjH-d. ""straiix and! \drwlll"S1. .
widened both north nnd south of Stuart-and are von the hotel11'/ operating at near-capacity catering to
cars i (
.' ,'I r<, 'I 1 ''II') rent 01( the volume, as disconnected as a \\'hen. wane. the' Inmk and hramlies of' the Ldp'.l'| "I'
going to be using It with accelerated speeds. local people who simply cpn't find a place to live. Tourist
ii 'liat."I. (I" invaluable as a spade is made of witi1:; kh.irp. protective 'l'iIKIhidl later disappear \ 11 its''
up The town itself i I" a bedlem of confusion when it courts that have not closed for the summer (and few have)
i .:' ,d I i e-i-riptions' of the )l.OOn different immigrant igc! .-. the Inn.!. enl.iigei near the 1...,,(. and the. lirai-ins[: 'Iltrnot> Gout
comes to streets and street names. There I is hardly a streetin generally have the "no vacancy" sign up. Strictly "Ileaonal" ,
t'ifla.v constituting! such in iiiidulatng then 'ht iui
long. : to t t'a
an overwhelming part of ; runners root dt-eplt .ut
the town with legible street signs on each corner. accommodations, consisting of a few thousand
..1 I I i. nd.-capc; that nlttiFlflrldlt trees are almost engulf- tri '.'11111siimtly HI'O'' the guxnsd.! As a result, tintri''' steel, 'Want
Whwouldn't this be for StuartJunior trailer that failed
hotel and to
an IdeallI'ojt'ct park spark satisfy
\ rooms
'I' / 'I /he: author (that's have and me ) observe : obod\' pnitittfd t j,:aiist eten IKlieatiest! ; hUIT l'dIM'
Chamber of Commerce : ((1)I ) get stop-and-go signs"' half of the demand last year are all that is going to be
M' ven Attempt! to meet )1,000 new people and try to l'r< iicliin( of the silk cotton fihre Ix-gins "|1M'", t1'' kP"* whi
places/ on the federal highway, and ((2)) get street signs available to tourists this winter.It .
't'\ their name! their families habits and peculiarities > '11 fite In I'CI''d of' age. The tree mat contr'>'">< '' **)& *'
placed at every intersection' on every Stuart street? is true that a driblet of unoccupied houses is: being '
I ii') day or one ;year. Neither "should, anyone attempt tr the e.ifter for I\t'fI'1 hall an iirt-.
held for sale at inflated prices. If the distress is keen enough -
I "IKKI/ 11I'WI'Cl'II and know all about\ them in a day or a Tin k.i|>iik 'fihie is too sleet 'fir textiles. N, Aw "n mpftC'
these probpbly will be snapped But not by the
'I h. ir names are strange and hand' to remember Itt !! up. colon for .111'' or woten fahrK-s. II has mitslandiii iiialifit aI
BCND BUYING IS GOOD BUSINESS visitors of average income or less./ In any case there aren'tenough
., ,
i- -" are people's names own I howrtti. It I is riMliil, t.inv.mt and water ri
,\ I)'d'l' continue : "If the reader will not try to absorb The people of Florida acquired a habit of bond buying headache.Nor! such .houses to help alleviate the seasonal housing isti < whiih. nnl.r ,il I hiehlt v ..ilii.il.ltfor sliiflinj: rnattr'- awl. pit, "

,niaiiv: tree friend- once no that he literally becomes, during the war year which U staying with them in H there any chance of completing substantial for t Uinpci.itiiif' t ".,,,I..t:,.i n, .ml paitKiilarlt for making! >n', tIR'Id"t tu'llllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllillthllllilllllllIIIII

-' in the> woods. he will delight in the acquaintance with IK".ice a habit which i is fundamental to our future econ amount of resort housing\ before the rush any begins./ Construction lllllllllllllllilllllllltllalWITH ,
,, .
\ < mic welfare in this sti'te.
enether controls forbid most such jobs and even without
I ''iip; In the first seven months of HUG, the people of Florida THE OTHER EDITORS
:: : j: : : : ; '.hem there Is neither enough time nor enough materials ;
ai-i-reilon" for' which there I i is 1 in> sudden I substitute," bought $57.098.252 in savings! bonds, nn average of .iv'liable to provide relief. !"
}part new appeared serially Everyone predicts' "the greatest tourist! feason inK
> ditiirial pogo of the Stuart :New.the: past year. J During the oar and in the year since its end Florida irida's history." It appears inevitable that the first late i AN EDITOR IS MARRIED

v itli correction.and] additi< ns, including! many splen- people bought some 111.! ".!)'X.C.2J3; !) in bond- "a1! influx of visitors will occupy everything that 1st availab'e. I I

..holographs, it available, War cost tremendously t in but it has ; (TitiKville Star-Advocate)
i ( ; i' a hound \olume. fullyE.A,1L manytenys Then, when the big rush comes in mid-winter, un- weddrII.
I An editor wa married and reported his ""WI! :
: x. !! uone Cfln1IH'n"I'tlnn" The saving habit is an important
chaos will Hotel reservations will be
arVilteratecl, ensue. ,
: then p.
disposed: of the bride in few words and
--- on'! of them Everyone recognizes, if thhkM..lIbou.t it a
UIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIII! / ..... ...__" .m...P,.n.U iin___um'IIIIMIII...'.IM'..IMIII......nun.. ......"..".7i that : : he. a' sod in the black. .market and those of ordinary means will/ ceded to dt>\.te the major portion of hw attention tot t
1 hli. he can get ahead in the world' only if he learnsto
cud in their automobiles.
'aviu part of shut he t'ul'n"'e all know that \but up gr tom a* follows! :
Letters To The Editor Two manifestly undesirable result are foreseeable. attractr
wt do. not all do anything about, it. The: bridegroom! blushing: prettily. was
Many year-round residents! who rent are going to be tossed clod in a three-piece woolen materials
During the under of. suit of brown
| war, pressure! patriotic zeal and
IIIIIIIUJIIIillllllllllllllMtlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/; I I'HI'iiiMlllllltlllllllllllllllllllllK.I ; ir "xci'llent\ : selling campaign nearly all of us bought war out of their apartments and houses because some landlords Kit.ing! of a coat a vest and pants. The coat was: charmsly ,
cannot resist those denominations of known ,T
i: i "the long green And a lot visitors", are going to cut l-
nt intly Paul R.irdui of the Evernlades News asked "What duI ponds are still in the hands of the folks who bought them HI ve-t was sleeveless I closed in front and gracefully

'Link 0" in/ rein-ewe to an announcement In the Palm Beach Wo have found out that we don't have to spend those 'h"rt their stays, returning northward with an implacable ioi.ed with pockets. It was held together in the back *'"

I ..i-t t st!> iim "Thn price of milk Is going up two cents today bu' savings. Doth of those lessons can be inflnitel'alllllhll' K itility toward }Florida Each of these consequences can do slap rnd buckle. His pants were neatly pressed j fore

I ..ilh, this I is not a price, Increase to all of us, if we don't forget them. la'.ing harm to the state's resort potentialities. oc-asion and he wore them with an air as if he> little! f
1 Paul Rarclln This is time It is nothing more than good business to let our cus-"' I pected it would be the last time he 'wore p'ants'inl*
; and all he other American people realized that a poor to spend your back-log of savingsIt ,
advance what The
know in to expect. least the state
I direct tee and A saved dollar .ould do would be to give some! frank advice : 'I : to complement the effect. The shoes were of getm
pu ift>> pi adjustments he would not ask such questions. going higher spent! now something
Th last t he would demand the eliminations of all subsidies and a ; you don't need will buy less than it would have 1. Plan your Florida vacation as", early In the season leather, laced with a string' of the same, giving a chic; spcaraunce.

iriurj. to natural laws of supply and demand. ,, t b< I ight when you saved the dollar. But it will buy \less ( November-December) or as", late (April-May) as possible. The shirt wj>s of white broadcloth matefu i ,

the Government heW I own( the apparent price of many commodities now than it will buy when things settle' down to a reasonable 2. Make your reservations! In advance and don't leave nurchased on the black market in Atlanta. It had"button

!! b 1) paying subsidies. The cost of these subsidies must : price level. No one knows just when that will be. :home until\ you are sure of them. front. one bark two sleeves, two cuff .nded or

'"v''iit! all.\ be paid by you and me and every other consumer directly hit we all know it will come. It's good !sense to keep 3. Don't count on finding a place to stay overnight, cellar. This shirt was worn with the tail neatly
route to drive straight through the the "
in taxes and Indirectly !in higher prices to other people who, <<....Ing something out of incomes, which generally are still en ; plan istpte to the pants.

pay taxes Every dollar handled by the government whether ,, hi rh, and to hold accumulated savings until dollars", talkin place where you are expected. ----- -
4. Remember that the big city areas, particularly i ii
local. state or federal requires a "handling( charge. There are n lou t.'r'oire..
i Miami( will/ be most crowded the smaller communities
salane office equipment office buildings, supplies, and equipment There I is still just ns much wisdom in systematic .say ;
loner relatively better chance for fairly economical (Tallahassee Democrat)
a acommodittions. -
needtx1 ::01 every governmental: function. Since the Government in;?, just as much profit /and safety! in government bonds, When W. afC'
J. J
t 18 spinning far mOle than It takes In. it borrows money to pay the Jut 1'0 much' foundation for an independent old age in a : Jordan New Zealand delegatl'it d;;
recently at the Paris expres
._ conference to
subsides, : This odds Interest definite policy of putting little out of month's -- -- ----- peace 'It
an charge to the ultimate cost of the away n every gist with hour *
'ubsl : he made
'Job patronage and even graft; and corruption in the handling will buy exactly what you want at a price that makes Sailor : How did you like it stationed In the south ? Of a most grievous error. expected it
course perhaps should have
I.> government. ( money adding to the ultimate cost. Actually a 2en. '< sense", . Wave : Oh, I had a lovely time there. I met the nicest M"\ Jordan whom Russia's we Andrei Vihinky P rnP''

pii.-e Increase If paid indirectly by a subsidy might cost 4cnt.aii - man. lie took me to dinner and he was a typical southern branded a "hot-head." Who but an impatient oedin ht.

: even more. It must cost more indirectly than If paid directly gentleman. Then he took me home in a cab. ccjld >
VOCATIONAL COUNSELLOR"I possibly have interrupted the yugust>> P'
I IOn irnl
Sailor : And what happened ? to remark. "I want to done in my .I"*tt
see something
/ top of all this, every subsidy helps to build up a bureau- hear ;your son is to be a dentist" remarked Jones."I Wave : He got a bit northern.-Wilmington ( Del.) We feel it our duty nevertheless to pOint
t cracythat tells each citizen how he can and how he cannot he oendlt! >
thought wanted
1/ carry always to he an ear specialist. News sharper ears than Mr. Jordan would hear in the
1.. on hC dally life. Carried too far such a system will surely wreck I "Yes I know he did," replied! his father, "but I re- of the Paris chambers not t the qual'slj'labbling

our democracy.- minded him that a man has :32 teeth and only two ears."- WELCOME HOMEA H %ck. quack of a duck out peace of water but the tick ticLI

Very truly yours I 1 Rotary Service Bridgeton, New Jersey.! survey discloses that a great many tenants don't of the atom bomb.

A PUBLIC SERVANT. like the attitude of their landlords. Whatever his attitude -

17833Tand'ipn Road. Warning to the gals don't sneeze while wearing one n lot of homeless folk these days would welcome one. As the dollar becomes easier to catch it 8 eU had

Cleveland! !,, Ohla.? __.. I' of those' new French; ftyle bathing suits. _N. y World-Telegram. I to hold.

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-- PIANOS ;; Waterfowl Season Cut 45 1 COt-VTT AGENT: HIS I no other resources available--Inot available, when such use of I Ing the International Committeeof

to Days SEED FOR DISTRIBUTION 2. Those already receiving government normal means has not been successful I the Red Cross and its services

: SPINNETTES for I benefits If no other when an emergency I and regulations, and concerning
|ALL and As Duck Crop Declines in Nation I L M. Johnson county agri- resources available i situation justifies the use of communltj resources

1ifml' cultural agent has a limited amount -'I C. Financial assistance to be special Red Cross facilities, 01 I --- t,

KOHLER & CAMPBELL SPINETTES I I I oi Pensacola Bahia grass rendered on the level established when the situation is one In -- I

i'ry Jxmw. Delivery. In the most t drastic restric get'SC11I! be permitted In Minnesota 1, seed on hand for Martin county by ultimate government benefits which a personal visit or inter

RECONDITIONED : tlons since 1938 the 1946 migratory Wt6consln. Michigan, I farmers and ranchers. to be received view by a Red Cross representative REALESTATE ,,1
ALSO USED t the regulations{ have cut Iowa, Illinois Indiana Ohio The seed Is still very scarce D Our chapter policy is that Is needed provided Red

EXPERT TUNING and REPAIRS previous 80-day open seasonon Missouri Kentucky. Tennessee I he said and still\ expensive. financial assistance should be I Cross services are available.

waterfowl to 45 days reduced Kansas. Louisiana 'I During the past several years it VI Information .
Mississippiand In the form of loans except In .
the I )
TERMS IF DESIRED dally bag limit on ducks from has \
DELIVERY I ten to Alabama. proved to be superior to com- those cases where it would We will supply information
It seVen and the posseslon Seven ne1Itatea\ have been mon BahIa since it does not kill '
limit create a hardship and then assistance concerning government benefits
tn LEGGETT MUSIC CO. Daily twenty to fourteen. added to those In which the as easily as other grasses and should be rendered to I! regulations, and legislations af-
bag and
I for I possession limits: shooting of wood duck has been stays green through a longer the form of a grant In cases of 1 feet ng servicemen, veterans and I
geese have been reduced to prohibited. The list now Includes season he added should be 'I I ther and __
ratr A R PAYNE, District Rep.Itmah. two of any kind in any combination loans an effort made dependents concern- J
Arizona -- -- -
: Colorado Kan- to see that they are repaid if
St West Palm Beach I Including brant plus two sas, Massachusetts Nebraska, ,ustitied I
snow geese or two blue HOME SERVICE QUICK RELIEF FROM
4* I geese Nevada North Dakota Utah and E. Back debts and Installments InvestmentsSales
-- singly( or In the
aggregate Symptoms of Dittrtts Arising from
--- \\vomlng sill be paid only If loss of property -
UIJ Waterfowl seasons will be Oct. Shooting of snow will be STOMACH ULCERSDUE
geese or eviction will follow and'ht'll
I 5 to Nov. 18 In t the northern POLICY OF ARC
' +r ... II Oct. 26 to Dec 9 in the Intermediate zone-; prthibited In Wyoming and '\ It Is comparable to their EXCESS ACID and Listings Throughout Y
several other nearby areas In
standard of living. Martin County
14 STORAGE 6 In zone the; and \ox 23 to Jan. order to protect the rare trumpeter F The Executive Secretary is i Fr..BookT.lllofHom.Traltm.ntthd Mutt Help or It Will Colt You Nothing
llnh I zone. Ken- swan from being shot mistakenly authorized to expend assistance r>.. rt..nmllllnn Imttlp.'thr\\.tLL'n TILTON
lucky has been W. B.
transferred to ,
the for geese. JP to the amount of $50 without .TIU:tTMt \'ritoh. <''n> I.1 t If?rr''11"titympl
tnm.o''I.t..arllnM'r''mSto".h' I
I southern zone and Iowa The restrictions on 'III'aterfoll.'lshooting I i, Mil I Duod.nil .... _
Ule.n dup I
'I Consulting the Chairman or ''n > Acid
7,set FEET STORAGE SPACE Montana and Ohio to the Intermediate Under its congressional charter '- D ...!..... ewe pr Upul ttomnh Krueger Building
n ,, were adopted because and under Army and Navyrt'glllatI1 Committee.. I a...'...... "..rtburn. lMplMMW.etc..
zone The shooting of an estimated dun tn E..... Add S llonl'.l I '
36 per cent decrease O Food maintenance based >" trull!
II day for waterfowl coot rails and the American Red A k for Willed Mitten" Stick| fully PHONE 161 ..
in the wild duck s
popula- UtJloID.lbl.
fe on local current cost of food L""IWool-tn.-at
Ill galllnulei has been Cross famishes volunteer tj
shortened tion and an alarming decreasein using the U. S. Bureau of Human I BRUNER'S PHARMACY: Home Phone 158.M
one-half hour it the sick and wounded of the
win open one- Canada geese along the Mississippi Nutrition and Home Economicsas Stuart Florida S
armed forces and acts in matters
half hour bckrc sunrise and I
flyway coupled with a ---- -- -----
WELDING close of voluntary relief and asa
z.rta one-h til ]bllUl'i i before
sunset 50 Increase '
per cent in the number H. Citizenship settlement or'
medium of communication between J
of hunters from 1944 to legal residence Is not a prere- SALES t See Us For
No pen M'd"''J> for Canada 1946 people of the United 'I
f :
for Red financial
quisite Cross :
-- States and their Army and Navy
BOAT AND --- & Repairs and
D I I Every chapter shares in these assistance.II. E'' t.. .IJ-Dr:;: ,u. 15?j

::1 Machine Service FALL PLANTINGS OUTPATIENT MEDIC responsibilities and by prox'id- Consultation and Ouldance: SERVICE = 11jM$ Parts

i NOW AVAILABLE AT ing Home Service participates in Offering a counseling service

E 156W: JENSEN BEACH WEST PALM BEACH the program of service to the in personal and family problems I
III. Referral Service
REACHING forces and to veterans
FORA Lloxd E Day, Officer inDnrsp Advising the servicemen I vet
I The Red Cross continues the I
I of Veterans Admlnlstra- erans and their dependents oft St Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W
of service extended tt I
lon Contact Office In West program agencies in the community of-
NEW the Armed forces and their cleper -
RECORDState Palm: Beach has received notification ''ring services appropriate to .----------- -- --
dents their transition I
I from Mr. V S Parker I their need. explaining the services -
from service to civilian
I Manager of the VA Regional Of- offered 'by such agencies, \r

d [ Market Directors fice in Miami that an outpatient life at the same time recognizing and planning with the appropriate !!, ,
SED that the needs of veterans
ur CARSIED Warns Farmers On clinic has opened in the':, agencies and the applicant .
and their the .
dependents are
fin OverproductionTacK I Comeau Building to handle all for consideration of the problem II '"-r---------, .
I responsibility of the entire com- ..
>h ice-connected out patient -.' "".. ": \
munity and that the best Interests --"" -- '1'i
I Reports reach- I treatment for the West Palm IV. Assistance With "r.jTUA
NO DELAY of the veteran and his .. bal Ja JIAg
1111// im n111.e' 1 1111111' throughout Brach areaAccording. tion For Oovernment APPllca.1:
and the
dependents communityare
th VPIIP'abl i producing< areas We will assist -
I COUGHT AND SOLD I to Day. Dr. Jerome served when the veteran
of Central and South Florida u Inclloai' erans and their .
Regional Chief Medical
fully'! assumes the status of a
h \( :hat Mill planing underWa' Officer plans to appoint a presenting applications for family !I
WE WILL civilian
PAY THE HIGHEST as soon as possible.
leiimt' )Iv will allowances allotments
In' planned I
l pen-
+ | VA dentist In the near future :, 1 Statement of Eligibility In
ream ret ..rri "I ncir-record pro- for this area sloth and other government beI 1 I / T FL fa::
the field of financial assistance.
portllll.1ud WIlliam L. Wilson neflts, '
CASH PRICES I Dr. Joseph L. Roy will render | Definitions of terms:
Dn'" i till of Florida State V. Communication:
r. Firm :Markettoday; "The i I I out-patient treatment to service- I i, a. Basic maintenance covers \\e will assist with communications -'
I connected cases. Dr. Roy prae- such regularly needed essentialsas The LIGHTHOUSEWe
pre'''n ('ul111l11lr(' situation between servicemen and J
rOR YOUR USED CAR tired general medicine In Put- food shelter. fuel clothing,
I throng) 11 the country makesit their dependents when normal
nam, Connecticut for six )''ears, household utilities and necessities
seem ikelx t that the resulting means of communication are
K See Rust Wiley atiIey's harvest should be highly\ profitable and has spent several years as a Insurance. transportation --' --- -- Take Pleasure in Introducing To Stuart
flight surgeon in the Army education, and Incidental medical -
that t there will be ade-
the Dance M of
. supplies and services.b \tc
qupti! ti< nand to take all of the
i Special needs are such needs
{ Motor Co. high qiliu\. produce we are
I TLUTILIZLR: D\T other than basic maintenance
abl t 10 -rnp it reasonably satis- I Otbr3 Sand GEORGE PETER'S ORCHESTRA
such as medical and hospi:al
fartotv )prices However I feel Martin county used 719 ton
: nerds. transportation burial, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY NIGHTS
qhone 291 StuartHERE'S that Wt' need to recognize the I of fertilizer materials and 2310
re i iI and others essential to health Z1tl'cS
need to increasing caution In tors of mixed fertilizers in the I ; /1\

1.1IIi&! I planning and planting Over-I I fiscalear July 1, 1945 through and c. A welfare veteran is any man or i, DINING ROOM OPEN 12 NOON 12 MIDNIGHTDANCING

< rim'lion can be as great a .
pu 'I June 30 1940.WINS
i woman who has been In the
disaster' as a crop failure. We
I I V. S. Armed forces during any
--- need to consider very cart'fu1y.'the .
period. Servicemen means both
probable available demand ABSTRACTSTAX
men and women
: for future harvests and to hold AND TITLE
d I lour production within safe I'' A O Bridges Jr.. of Stuart A. Those. Eligible for Basic INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS WithPASCHAL'S

limits I won the $10 first prize offered Maintenance: I
earls month by 'Sunshine Service 1. Dependents of active or TITLE INSURANCE
t The great tomato-producing deceased servicemen pending FLORIDA RASCALS
Florida Power tt Light Co
area around Fort Pierce has been i' .
( I magazine for the best photo receipt of government benefitseterans
the scene of much activity in :. \ and their dependents I ABSTRACT CO.
submitted. The winning picture
the last few weeks Tomato showed a lightning struck pole. with service-connected disability JIM KFNNEDV THURSDAY & SUNDAY NITES

u planting is well under way In I claims pending and when STUART Pre.dmt, ,FLORIDA
that section the growers use the
such payments are delayed 01

a drill method of open-field plantIng way during the next few da)'.. Interrupted. __ ___ _ ___._______ _________ __ n ___
r thinning out excess plants Throughout the rich Everglades Veterans and their dependents -

from the drill-rows. and elemln- territory there are ample awaiting receipt of other

I I IHE BILL atlng the transplanting1}' ;: process. 'I Indications of plans for large- government benefits.

This tends to spefeq: 'trie harxest :I scale production of the various 4. Able bodied and disabled

and consequently the profits. '''crops I produced there In such veterans and their dependentsonly ANNOUNCINGOUR

Elimination of transplanting ,, abundance in normal seasons. during reasonable time for

I costs and the delayed harvestis I The over-all picture for the satisfactory readjustment to

said to more than offset the State as a whole as I have Indicated civilian life as determined by'
du additional cost for seed and I I is that acreage devotedto I( Chapter Home Service after a

That Costs You Less labor of thinning I Fall crops will probably set thorough consideration of their NEWRefrigeration

\Vauchula producers are already new records. The final results needs

setting pepper plants and Iln j I vegetable production naturally 5. Dependents of temporarily

my reports indicate the crop U I cannot be known until the hospitalized veterans..

Today Than it Did getting off to a good start Cu- I harvest Bad seasons plant 6. Non-service connected Individuals Service

cumbers are up and growing diseases insects in fact a If no other resourcesare

well. I am told that the \\au- I variety of disasters may wipe available and If chapte-

chula growers are looking forward out a picture of prosperity almost funds are available.B. .

to the earliest harvest ot overnight Thusfar however Those Eligible (for Assist-

these two major commodities. In I for the Fall of 1946 the ance for Special NonrequiringNeeds .

W w& E &@@O the history of their large-scale production outlook appears excellent :

i operations Celery growers in the San- I i 1. Above mentioned groups i it: WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT

ford area and In other producing
sections are said to have good

ford plants growers In abundance will have The tht'lt.plantst'ttlng San-. Jewelry Gifts For BabiesUseful I


Although cost of living has steadily Inrcastd '
your ------ -- ( now and to be treasured in years to come) PAST 3 YEARS) IS NOW IN CHARGE OF THIS DEPARTMENT. I
here is one thing-an important thing

a your life-that actually costs you less today Sterling SilverBaby

kn it did fifteen years ago. It i your telephone! Specializing In r tI J
lI- Fork and Spoon Set $8.50 '
Tan in these I
record of low cost performance 1

tunes of rising prices, Is enough alone to stand pt STUARTSINIgE NORGE REPAIRS ; Ii

*t like a beacon in the night.In 1 Sterling Silver Spoons .... $6.00 I

addition the service has greatly expanded ,

1"Id tlative declined ..f HSpecialize. Sterling Baby Cups .
cost of the user has steadily
TdaY you can reach many more people by telenethe I

D* betttr to serve ;your; needs for busi- In Baby Lockets . $3.00 up T'I\ \ \

"**or personal use. Rental I

This record-which stands out as an achieve- Baby 12-K Gold-Filled Crosses $4 I 't I
up : '" ", I
*nt-ii becoming more and more difficult to S Lucie Electric CO. ;, "

l"mtam as the costs of everything; going Into lor Information ASK Watch ABOUT Repairing OUR LAY and AWAY Engraving PLAN i' t. 'n

k, to
e furnishing of telephone service continue Real Estate Insurance '
One Week Service-One Year Guarantee
Write or See

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j I 11, t s' 'i 0' ., us d1 t. til I .,. .. .1 i t1.11.,1111 ( omit' i i.O.U.I.. Ilfl'R51J) Sti'1 i'/o'';
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net in Tallahassee, has:\ retnini I iiimimuHiimiiimimiimimiitimiiNK( C't! iriiRO and Walton are anticipating i in :the Indiantown road and Major .
\0 Social News of to !her home \\":s Of' an early arrival at then "has ben planted to gras In anticipation Mrs. Helene Lowrie of EMred.! visit caw'
I of more and better and Mr E. 8. Burn latent "a>" .

't''".Tt.' \ Stuart Cont'd :\11': and Mrs- 0 George! Greene STUARTand Indian River Drive: M iitJinp! Burns Their and daughter her daughter Mrs. R, range cattleNnable Mrs Lowrie committee Is chairman of the of Fortpierce the Mr 11.' :
1 program
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; Needs with them to get an experienced'foreman lira tor v
l What it Judith who was
\ of Atlanta Avenue are leaving Woman's club and Major .
I '' I to manage a \"ut
, : Bv VIVA CLARKiiMiiiiiiMiiiiHiHiiMiiii.miiiiiiimir while her husband was
Friday for their northern home a para- '
4 > 1. Mr and :Mr ClueivcHall) in Reading Pa. | By KENNETH: STIMMEI-L 1! ) 1 I trooper In the European U.enter sold his herd. left the Burn I II now In the Army reserve. Meyersfriends .
1 and daughter TNlm.i returned his \tenant I Hester SJade and sister. : _
the Christum ranch In rare of two Mrs. .
r : Labor Day week end was gay: will be down for :
I Thursday from vacation of Paulson returnedto Mrs Nancy Murrln. of Charkrttasvllle Ham
t and with Mrs :'
in the E. R. Ensey home at Wal- holidays
two "..nits. visiting her brother- i Mr. Doran Fulton and MM. 1 t'TIUTT.t" I Chicago where he is In the Va.. will arrive new and Mrs :.
I 1 Ben and John. Olive and Mary i ton, :Miss Katherine having returned -I Otter a .tisy week of social
In-law and slsl'r1': and Mrs busi a"lQt with their
Paulson Co. Jewelry week ton. ana Mat
Melt Burgess left Thursday after THE: CITY OF STUART from college at Talla- i activity Labor Day found the (
B. E. Collins in Portsmouth Va Mrs Minnie Taylor of
with his cousin ih rnxKMea -
and Mr Hall's lelative- Penn- a week at the Miller cottage abounds with citizens who will I I ha.isee Donald and Fairburn.I Dumond Merwlna and Arthur i I Walton.) : t' ."
on Bradenton Beach: have returned argue a point purely on the I their sons came up from Miami. Phillips resting: after the deparv- ,
sylvonia and Ohio also returned :
They Mrs Barbara Kerson of the Morley vacation
with\ Sunday they were joined here by I Joseph Cherry a
to their home grounds of argument outc 1 ture of their ,guests, Miss Ginu
" Visited Mr. and Mis C. T. handIt Mrs Fairburn Ensey. who has Thursday from Landover Hills (,i Radio Co. of sarasota was a ofbefl..
inception of the issue at I Frisco of Tampa and Mis. N. D. I'
Ouidos former resident of Stu- Maryland where she visited her Merwln of Miss Th> .
of Harvey
s contend with visited her mother! Mrs. PatriciaDavis visitor .
Is useless to McCtie and Robert Mr.
art. in La t robe. Ptr.n and Mr. Barbara Feron has .returned necessity and we should be in Toledo. Ohio Monday Phillips' sister son and nephew of /IOr-ln-Ia" and daughter. Capt. ]I'I I Eden last week Mr Cherry' 'stave: ner .. ;
brought liU sister MrV H from Washington, where and Mrs. Joseph R Svec.Rollm affiliations include Cnt ersir< .
their Mrs. i business
those aunts Jessie Miller -
how censure left Thurs
careful we | Chicago Mrs. MiCtie
"'II Knonce ot Kinsman Ohio back she visited her daughter Mr*. |I' j L. Rogers city editor |I I factories over the U. S.. Lag for br .,
*!. i that submit to It. It Is one thing and Mrs. Barbara Fcrson ofI !I day fur an over-right stay with radio '' .
&,1 with them to Sash liei !i.ithei K Joseph fiver !, Fort Pierce Tribune. has .
I of the I stated. Communications been CM
.. Eden. joined the for j! Mr. Merwln
fff' ::0 a do what we will and another party a plc- her mother. Mrs. H A. I'hllllps ':
,< L. Ilall.Hk to be tied up to that which we ': nlr and crawfishing party at !1 and her sister Mrs. J. D. Mc- purchased rlvei'front age between with these concerns keep Mr anoWaltoa '.:
> -' -- Dorothy Pierce deputy clerk must. Such Is the case of the Gilberts Bar. Ca-II'Y. of West Palm Beach the J. L. Crouch and the "Babe"Phelps Mr. Cherry in close touch with iv'
Mr. and Mrs Ea; properties the scientific word and new teaching
proposed Utility Tax for this Dr. and Mrs :J A. Oatlln and boarding a plane here for .
were guests over Lot, :r Day ut the Labor Day weekend with ,'city. Necessity Is always the r Madison Weeks of Eldred were home Her son fiMng hU owt, The deal was handled by Arthur being done In those Jackscc-: _
Mr. and Mrs Cliaile-... ,*n 1.1Molbourne : her mother. Mrs D. P. eBerl')'. B 'al. real estate operator
stimulus of progress and thosei Labor Day guests at the Indian Aeronca plane was accompanied! I
The groii,;, :M-liei1; .:.i and family In Hew Smyrna j I i Mrs. Eunice Jacobs and sons
i I \\ follow its dictions with faith I Hills Golf and Country club. by Mrs. Merwln to Lantana Airport -
St. Johns river. She was accompanied by her I and Louise have returnI DRESSED
Jeffrey HENS.
and pwstverance will seldon guests of Mr[ and Mrs. Frank Thursday where they joint FRY
uncle. William Jenkins of In. I their home In Eldred froma
fall The necessity of a utility Englar of Fort Pierce i ed the Phillips family and Mr. to
Mr. and Mrs. H 11 1 l' .i'.1 I dlnniown vacation In the East
{ trip YARD :
turned .,' i tax l II with us-viewed in the Cnpt Stanley C. Bond ol :Merwln for the day In West Palm
Saturday ''II i m'in "i -a.- 'I graduate of Fort
his home town) 1 I' I'.., Mr. and Mrs Ralph MUam i i light of Retting some needed I Beaufort 8 C, his daughter-in-! Beach In the evening Mr. Mer- I Jeffrey Fierce High a in June will enter COMPLETE LINE "ALL MASH c-n
work done which without win flew back to Witham Field
law. Mrs. Ella Bond and his
trip through Canada NlauaraFalls and son. Charles. of Jacksonville Southern College at Lakeland
51,111.: u M,. Iud11': and :MiMUam: ', biothei Edwin money Is Impossible granddaughter. Miss Genevieve Stuart with young Bob who remained tlih month. "GET THE BEST- FORGET THE Rr+:TRAINS
T The city of Stuart Is burdened Bond were entertained in the overnight at Tdenlawn ?
Charti s L:1: .'P i \\ t. ..:< 8I1'IHI\I11"UI'< aril ht+ -on Edwin Mars Fred Allispaw: who has
.... with a bonded Indebtedness home of Mr. and Mrsv.. H. Len- Friday he proceeded to the
Pa and t :Mt I M (c. I D ""I>1 Cn.i I'in.iti; ''IK' \ut-kcnd( been in Chambersbcrg.; Pa has
Nt-h".1" .. ( I in. -' x i T il 1 (':',...".t'.t, Jiijl-| nat \will be hard to overcome nard at Walton Tuesday Capt. : Cleveland Air Races and returned to Rutherford. N J. to FEED STOR
i IAn .,..'. thus the reason for the lack of Bond with the Arundal Cor- I|I home In time for the opening I gone her vacation.
:Ml- I. piper parks street: etc. that poration Is known here as -Foxle 'of school where he is a studentin 8-1-c and Mr*. E. L. Glover 164 FLAGLER AVE.: f'1iNE
..' are lorever plaguing Bond'. a nickname given him Senior High '
beenat .1 P. W H .: "Is I sill.II > xu many !I and daughter. Ann. were week
F ,,,. .. ., "' ,' ,'. night lie city commission for. It is a in 1912 when he had charge of Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs ---- ---- ----
ll't'"U\ lor our future business 1 St. Lucie Garden's drainage and Merwin and Mr. Phillips were

increases! to have these things!! stayed at the old Walton Inn I among the dinner guests of Mrincl I
---- -
ou"hl'1I\ it takes all monies col- E. R. Ensey of Walton and Dr. Mrs. George Backus a recent -

b! .('Iii in pay interest on bond William Barr of Stuart returned bildc and groin, now reside '
and! >alarics of employees it U Thursday from Wakhlnnion I I IIIR on 12lh street In Fott Pltix-e. '

Open Letter to Our IInpus.'lbll' to think of such pro- where Mr. Eruey had a health This dinner brought together' -1 .&.rt..o ,

,.1 is This proposed utility tax check-up Later they visited Dr I friends of long standing who had .)
moth. pave the way for the Barr's parents and Capt. and' not been In close association -

'hJl1! -:., ue need here and would Mrs[ Joseph Svec. the former j I i since before the war. Among c
Friends and Customers. dice the cost on everyone, the Betty Ferson of Walton. '' ihofce friends were Mr. and Mrs.! '' J :

saute being 'an amount thatwould I Mrs Paul Kelley of the North Rogers who have purchased a

I not be noticeable. Fork and her sister-in-law, Miss Home-Kite on the Drive. I FQC1J
I guest a lot of :YOU folks are wondering what has The City Commlslon has placed Ruth Kelley. who left WednesI An outstanding small dinner Clff

happened to u> and just where we are. Well folks we oefore this city a plan to raise I, day morning to return to Wash- party was given by Mrs. T. L. ArrivalsFeaturing i

lost our lease on Osc 'ola Avenue and had to move or :none> for the development of Ington. D. C. where she is connected Hausman at "Rlvercrest". her .
: with the Federal Coinmunlcation home on Sewall's Point
the park area around the Servre Sunday.
go out of business and going out ef business i ia the last .
Club and to build a yacht Commlslson. stopped .Mr: and Mrs. Merwln and. Mr.
thing in our mind. XV'e were to secure a new store basin This proposal has been i for': a good-bye chat with Mr Phillips of Edenlau.n were hot <:>

room in a new building that was to be erected on passed on the first reading, at'hlch 'I land Mrs 1 Harvey Merwln of :guests: ,JL ) r )

OsCeola Avenue, but someone saw fit to stop this building .\ meeting a few dissenters! I I Eden Sunday. Harold Barry suoce.fu) grower r

*o we were forced to move back into our original voiced their opinions. The sec Miss Bernice FHlin&ham: will of West Palm Beach and ar '
location Flagler Street the ond reading will be had at the ,I return to Blue Heaven of Eden many years a resident of Tienvns +a.
on opposite Express Officein
next commission meeting Wed- the home ef Mr. and Mrs K. H in Ankona Friday and Saturday
the Lyric Theatre building. Although we are cramped ne day. Sept 12. IJ you. the citizens Burg l'at. Saturday front as-: the guest of his b.cIJ't'r- Beauty Style

for space we are still doing business giving peopleof ol this city want the thingsyou air plane trip and two week in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs f1.j.

Martin county the same fine service we gave them feel the city\ needs then get visit with her parents. Mr. andMrs. John' Conway. While lien he

during the war when service of any kind was at a behind the city commission and E. J. Fillingham. of Jet(>r save his new grove in St. Lucic

Es premium. We kept right on serving you when material 1 back them up to the limit. : son Ohio. Gardens the once over and was Comfort
I Some of the citizens will call Mr and Mis. Arthur Johnstoi pleased with results It is noised i /
WAS hard to and help couldn't be had. We
get just
the Vtllltv Tax a mistake but west over tram Orlando to spa' cl about that he will build :n humc<
are still doing electric wiring of all kinds, large/ or u vu all will get behind the Issue the weekend and Labor Day with 01 the property he recently purchased -

small. By contract or time and material, and we guarantee after it has passed and Mr. Johnston's parents. Mr and at Ankona. I

our work. We also are doing appliance repair prospered even the dissenterswill Mrs Ruben Johnston of Wal-I i

work both large and tmall. We have appliance for rail It a blessing Your city ton.R. Mr and :Mr. Henry I'aiilson I Glamorous FaDDresses
1 K what you make It. V Ankenv of Ankona \\11. To Plv to Snit/erland :i
tale and everything you tee in our tore i i. for sale withno pent Sunday with his son Hart Henry Merrltt Paulson efW.nneka '

I samples to lure and tempt you. If you want phono I ANDY TSIMAS GETS t i i old Ankem. and family in Foil 111. who with Mrs

graph records we now have a line of Blue, Spiritual, I BACK FROM GREECE i I Pierce reports MI- Alike ,\1 ilexpectinn :i- P.iulson will fly to Switzerland

Hillbilly, Hawaiian and others, also electric phonographs I I to tear, New Virk II \I-.. shortly i.s expected toi' a visit
Come in and look around. Compare our Andy Tslmas. overseas lu' home Sept 7 11 Edenlawn soon to take a look in the stylish new black)
two and a halt months on a mission -1 1 Mr and Mr. (' H Con.lilt .1' Iris 7.000 acre Flying-M: ranch
price and see if we' can't save you money. High prices ,
to his home town .in. Gr"pcI =-== = -- -----
have got to go. To prove this here are a few example! I where he served- as emi;i sui. t
: ;:
bringing word of the OrUmlPlan < 'I i
Sizes 0 to 17
Kent Glass Coffee by which\ America; e.'u!
Makers Reg. Price $4.95

OUR PRICE $4.25 city.adopt"returned a starving home Thur.sria\Europe! .. I Stuart t Hardware Co. aDd

Single Burner Hot Plate OPA Price $6.00 Glad to be back in Ame Ilt'a 1: to 20

OUR PRICE $3.98 Andy told of starvation in ms ,
homeland and chaotic political OLD FASHIONEDBean
Single Burner Hot Plates-Crome-OPA Price $3.98 conditions hanging as a curl:an I

OUR PRICE $2.98 threat over the heads of the Pots 45cI

people .
Electric Heating Pads OPA Price $6.95 "Europe Is In pitiful condition '

OUR PRICE $5.95 ," he said. "America has nn' PlasticBags
concept of how terrible the con ALL METAL
Electric Heating Pads OPA Price $5.95 iy 1
ditions are over there today -

OUR PRICE $4.95 i or how fortunate we are." Waste Baskets 60c d +, t ,

Kitchen Flourescent Lights, Reg. Price $10.50 r

OUR PRICE, With Tube $9.50 from a 10-day vacation In Cashiers in patent leather and calf

N. C. where they were the I 16" x 24" PLATE GLASS MIRROR
Silex breakable
non Coffee Rod*. Reg. Price $ .75
guests of Mrs. Vee Chambers at
OUR PRICE $ .69 Medicine\ Cabinets
the R. L. Milan mountain cottage I $18.35 S1

They reported the weatherwas Dramtic New }y

Plenty of receptical and switch plates OUR PRICE .08 40 degrees the momma they I f i.
left which "is too cold for Floi- WASHABLE PLASTIC
All oilier t'1l'ctdc.\lluppli. and appliance at reduced I
ida crackers: Fall Hatsin
Price Shelf Edgins 8c ft.
Mrs. Luther Damron K ex-

pected home this weekend from black and colors
Call us at anytime for anything you need in the Electrical !
an extensive summer vacation KOROSEAL SEAL SAC SET OF 7
line or for your appliance repairs. Rememberwe in the north. Mr Damron who !

pick up and deliver anywhere in Martin County. preceded Rer home, reports that t I Bowl Covers $1.55BY

And don't forg.t us on that next wiring job. We have her health Is somewhat im Presenting the

plenty of friend and a few knocker and we appre. proved. ,

ciate them both. They help our business. i LIBBEY-SET OF 8 Now Fall Shoe Style
Mrs. C. B. Arbogast drove to

Dade City today where she entered Hostess Glassware $3.35 In

Our phone number it still the same 117 I her son Middleton. an St :
I Leo College Preparatory school
Remember our new location in the Lyric Theatre : -e-
25 Playand
building opposite the Express Office on Flagler' Street Donald Hartman left Wednesday I

for St. Leo where he will Fire King Iishes $3.45PLASTIC
enter his senior year. He win '
Your Electrical Friend. be joined there by his roommate :

Bob Diamond of Hobe Sound

who has spent the summer with I SHOWERCurtains Dress Shoes
his parents in the New England

CHRISTOPHERELECTRIC states. Bob Is also a senior this : $4.45 !

year.Mr. I
and Mrs. Dumond Mer- WINDOW :

win and Arthur Phillips entertained

SHOP at dinner Thursday nightat Drapes $3.75I!
their Indian river
drive home I I
having Mrs. T. L. Hagsman as II I

Martin County's Little Electric guest. 16" x 22" : STUARTDEPARTMENT
I Biggest -
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Brown! eatertalned Rubber Mats $2.30
i jOur
Store. And We Do Mean Little' at dinner Thursday
evening at their home on Semin-
I ole Avenue. Quests were Mr. and stock of all kinds of hardware is 'increasing daily.

Mrs. J. D. Christmas and their! I STORE

f i daughter Mrs. Oene Lewis.

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I Stuart N -ews, Weekly Market Basket Page t.

u. TEAMS H* stated that they ire OJ. P\RDON ,'S, .
'r'SF3 janta-d and operated RIPLEY'You on Frld-iv Aug 30 at 6 p. m at I Catherine Tucker former :
1i.XL pimriK;'I a Mr Ti: '
rt7 Mr and \ M : !"dMi I
foe profit and only 'I't'ondarll',, may bdleve It or not" i he home Of her sister and brother WAVE expect to enter Palm and Mrs Bobby Jabo-wi' For REAL ESTATE r .

; :, tat the amusement of the pub- I but Stuart News staffers were -In-law, Mr and Mrs. Ed. Beach Junior Collage at the beginning slatted friends' in MontkcvUo and :
::I Bc" Such clubs, he added are eye witnesses this week to an :I i A Burgess, in Stuart. Those present of the fall term j sister Mrs O C. Burner of Valdosta .

.:J ,,' ury' lOtJar not to be placed In the sameeategocy egg one half which measured' nine and ,I were the members of the and Mr.son.and Billy Mrs. returned W11Ilan1'olt last! i J Ga. Labor Day weekend OPPORTUNITIES SEE \) "
s..rorn.Frelt inches by three and a Immediate family and close Bob Brock of Bomton rutted
for tax purposes I week after a month''aeaUon
tn atBonprofesslonai i> I Mr. and Mrs 0 H Johnson Sun
.1 halfMr
: irlends Immediately after the In New Jersey near Philade'phia I
m HJJtJBUJtPOl football and M H BDllnRsley! of Palm I I .day. o TTO K UDIN
I They are now living In Stuart
\ baseball City ceremony followed by the cutting .
teams was
operated by displaying It as a pro where Mr Voltz Is the Mr. and.l,.. AtartsWaltom ;'
operating .
icftnola' and college duct of a 5-month New HampI of the beautiful wedding Stuart were' Sunday ftIIbtsts REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER I
filling station on the Dixie Wph-!:
---- ---- I hire Red pullet The hen fruit I I I cake. the happy couple left for a of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas She"r't .
:- tipped the scales at fivi and a short honeymoon trip along the way Wester recently operated by Mr. ; They' and Mr. and Mrs Doci, ?!ii Next Door To Stuart News .

action ounces A-jiradt eggs. i Shelton played foil in Fea'
Florida East Coast. They returned Mrs. George Smith left Sun

JANE PARKER I he.- *elgh largest three b\ government scale to Palm City Monday nightto day by train for the home of j Pierce' ).fonda,. ___ O _.000" "'oooc ooa
I ounces and a make their home Their many her daughter Miriam. at Roselle 1. Mr. and Mr*. J. L Terrr and
ackle bern MOP that size N J. where she will visit toi rhHdren Donald Gordon and
DONUTS friends here wish them much ;
I Inuk. like ,
..i''istsdiiw''(i I"if,'!si hiig the comic suture happiness. several weeks She will then go i Evelyn! and Mrs Eddie Cooley Victory Bar\
bit' White
her dwarves anti Wednesday evening, Aug, 28. I to East Northfleld Mas: :A and wm Edward resumed Tne' \ '

t r f .__ at the Palm City church a shower spend a few days at the home of day from Panama City and ocher
""' PLAIN SUGARED >**=ivqqL:: ifjrzt was gIven for Miss vermelli i the Rev. and Jfrs Lcrlng B : points In wet Florida wner I jj .
Palm Fulton by Mrs. George Smith Chase where the Re\ and Mrs ,I!they visited relative and friend OPEN DAILY

16c 17c : City News and fl'l Clarence Felnaur. Many I Harrison L, Packard will also I for ten days. jj FROM 9:00 A M TO 12 MIDNIGHT ,
3 beautiful gifts were received by I visit. Mrs. Smith will then accompany : Mr. and Mrs t. L- Terry an ... ,, '-"OOO B\ \SSB.IH===:\=OCO Miss Fulton and were greatly them to their home In t daughter D..... Mrs O D 0 SUNDAYS 5:00 P M to 12 MIDNIGHT :
appreciated by her Refresh- ,I( Antrim. N. H Rev. and Mrs Quigley and son Jee wete bJ- I
PACKAGE OF 12 riLTON IMKFHM /! nH'n'i'I're: served and a pleas- Packard and Mrs Smith will !i &inecs callers in West Pa.T PACKAGE GOODS i
b satS : i" V'II' : \ F
"' .4 iiton alPom
uM ] (',r". mt evening enjoyed by all. then leave by car for Florida on j| Beach Thursday
\I\t: Baker 01 or about October 7 so that they Those In football traininz "
:MI. John Hlllhouse of Mc- j 4
I n'''' .\ ,, ,' ,
roo nairir Alpin) arrived Saturday to visit, may be here to take up thi;' Camp Olena lor a wtwk: f: :.
i'II f her niece and nephew and nl'p-I walk for the winter season as'here are Joe Brown and ( H

11<'\-.'-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I pastor of the Palm City church j j Hardtrick-
OSS S JJIE 3 lie \ Lane over the week end. She Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cl,archill1 Mrs M.ry Chandler returnedhome n
_" left Tuesday for Salerno to visit I of Chicago are vlsltlni his parents : tan week alter spfiutirf; : .__ p
I her sister-in-law', Mis Martha Mr and Mrs Van Ness, 01! the summer 1th relatives and! U NO, 1 MIXED DRINKS 0
'I' Whittle She Is enjoying very Palm City Farms. Mrs Van *essiMer friends in Minneapolis- *l>*i
BREAD much her Urst visit In South I 1l1sf'era! and son Ire I visited Mr*. H. ).l Tortu :n EJ-

49c ._ Florida. also visiting at 1 the Van Ness I St. Louit. IBJ
EACH News from Mrs Marlon B. Fink I home C. Ds Loath. is Tist'int h-> | Victory Dining Room:

------ FOR INFANTS ha been received here wlttenn Russell Day has reported that I son Adotph.! and fanuj! .!.
I \the t train en route from Oregon he definitely is to be shipped! to Cti'art this weetA II OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS p
Korea In the near futtre for L- Brown and Jimou-
ALFAR MILKThe to Ohio She expects to sen'i 1 I son 000'QOr=:=ococ====ococ:=: :8
Army service in the supply! l office left Sunday for Pompano .!'1.t-nr. .
DES ISc leturn to her home In Stuart. ---- --- -- -- --
LBiss Reel Money tan Buy She reports she has almost recovered ( of the Q M. I I iheare; employed .by the F E bread M
--- from a recent Injury Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson I C Railroad Bake sweeter, tastier
STALK BUY BONDS received while on her vacation and daughter, Donna Jein arrived -. I ttara Jean' McCulley celcbrae4 '
recently from Cinclnnat her 16th birthday f\ .q 4B& FLEISCHMANN'S

) lOc Alfar Creamery trip.. Mrs Ida M Plnney expectsto where they have been emploje! party Friday nlht.. Au V, __ ; < use .
since April. Games mere' played and .' t
leave this week Friday on .
WEST PALM BEACH the Champion for Arlington, N. I I Mr and Mrs. M. F. Edwards ; cream, cookies' and rake .>. .

;IR t fli 45li .Flamingo/ fhim 7175 J to spend the fall months at of Fiyettevllle. S. C parents of tend to Mr and %b*. JJjPesiit !:... lit'tty',4i
her home there. Mrs Henry Frisbee, >r" "pent Bobby and J.r
; 2. 37c I several clays here last wei. ,'k with Thompson. Charles: Fnrt _.
-- the families of Mr. Mid Mrs Mildred!' : Stiller WinniltnlUfred ].

Henry Frisbee. sr.. and Mr. and Pedersen! Hiri!
I Mrs. Frisbee, jr. They left law Christine Johnson Shirlrr' r.. 4" YEAST
Notch HORSE week for Tampa.Mr. Jean and Verdi Alas McC .. .

lPPlESTop II and Mrs. Emmet Smith! recently Margaret Blaclon Jin B:..
FEED I acquired the property or *'ln. Marcia ),McPherson: .. / -- \i: .
I 12th Street formerly known a. Etta Moore and Georte Bric; I 1
the Light ner home. of Hobe Sound. Sir :\trOdll .
23c and __ w=;:_.D I
; i 100 4.95 Julius Magos recovering a' DeLoach Joe tv' :" '" :"..-vJ. _. -
Lba. the Nashville General Hospital O.nrte Jambs. Ted< Banmg..:d- ''f
IDTATOES: I expects) to be able to come home ner Keith ABnau Bob Per-. # .
Top Notch SCRATCH in October. His wife and eldes Henry Crane Toley Eni *r tf:.
e son are now with him in Nash. jr.. Jim Brorn Milton Car'v; ,. NO WAITING-no extra steps! Full-strength

100 1 5,05 vine The younger son )JIo witl Theodore Metier! Sam Wft...- F1 -chmann': fresh active Yeast goes right to work.
3Sc Lbe, his grandmother Mrs Fran): :: and Freddie' Joe SUUer: Makes ,sweeter finer bread! And makes It faster!
Barat and !Mr Barat I i I Mrs L M. Arnold and irfc smooth .
You tan be surer of tender, textureligltttwesdelicious
9 Top -20 > Dairy iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimliuiiiiiSALERNO l i i l i i flavor eivry time!
are tisiting at the home o! :Ur

U > FEED f NEWS : week and lb. Shelby McCuMey this IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist onFleuchmann

frelllh Yeast with the
rlQ w ,
; hunt In honor of Mary, Era fsmHuyellow: label It'adependable- A;; f7jrt: t I.

3-39clOO 1 4.00 I Moore of West Palm Beach '>:i America i tested favorite for more than .-rr'::,:.?. ..
Mrs Johnson the
u. Bobby former -
THE EXPERTS PREDICT THAT MEAT WILL Aug. 29 The croup vas firei :. n year* :
Doris Simmons wa honored -
SOON BE SCARCE I list: of eleven article and
!instructed -
with wedding shown Wednesday ha'Pvr
aa-1lle StyleEIS RIGHT NOW WE HAVE A FAIRLY GOOD STOCK afternoon. Aug. 23 given' 1 1. get ten of them TTr :
first were won (k.c-ri.* I
prizes by ,
by Mrs. Douglas Shelton ana :
-o>. I. OFQUALITY Jacobs and Rosalie' .\.nde*"cr.
lOc Mrs O E. Johnson at the homed
Jar The booby prizes were piv -
Mrs. Shelton Mrs. Johnson I
__ MEATS received many beautiful gift I I Artie Row-ell and. Joe Qmn':
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St3-.5.j. 80s Mrs Shelton and Mrs Johnson Waterfront Properties
were assisted by Christine and Smokey Says: [

mm! 19c REASONABLY PRICED Hazel Johnson in serving drlaks MD SttL we tT5raot tad }*+! AIon: &f Indian and St. Lucle rivers and Hobe Sound,
Crackers FRESH PRODUCE ARRIVALS DAILY sandwiches cookies and cake to YE g x T u a twp KM lekE't TO j Ocean Frontage
Mrs C. H. Hardwk'Mrs EdM( euu.D' 2 f OOO FVE AOOM HX! &5''y j jI
1113 Cooley Mrs Odell DeLoach Airs:! i I
e Fred Pedersen Mrs. W H. Earl

ET 12ov.C 39c ANTHONY'SMEMBER Mrs. Shelby McCulley, Mrs a i ( = Sai I
*. B Shelton Mrs Carlo Marie i't r, w 0 f re

-- Mrs. P. O Smith, Mrs Alton a
SdTT WESTERi Hunsinger, Mrs. A, M. Tyler. MnO > r 1a

<. -S > Grocery H Johnson and Mrs. O D. _
Economy | 1 pw.r.
H ROAST 49c v Qulgley .
IK> Mr and Mrs. O E. Johnson
Frank and Wilma Simmons Ted
:;RA77E IAMB SHOULDER Baumgardner, Christine. Hazel
Bat S, ,\kron \ve HE DELItFR Telephone H3 and Richard Johnson enjoyed
1ST! 43c an all-day picnic lunch in the n even.wut iWw i!

... woods Sunday,
-'-- i Timber that could haft leer .i,rand ,;
TZU W ETERri'IR / uneJ bar elite up aStmltry Se.
ALUESIN'QUALITY ""D'I br star 19 t.'I, '
MEATJTHAT houses. tu' br ran .*"*' ):I a f,-s ,a." J
49c V k far ttnetrtni fiat nest twgu.
Llk ---.__ to t live tu.


SAGE 47c43c ,.. i
.':' :- ss i r
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Western AA BEEF Center Cut Shoulder "fi.-4" ....\,.-
I ( ?\ '
... Round Steak Lb. 55c Roast ...................... ....... .Lb. 39c "(! ,';' A I'I I:
Sirloin or *;' ::I> ::)," 7: I I '
I :
CUTS 'Me OIt.A4. 'f";'

... ........ .... .... .. .... Lb. 55c :
._ .Lb. 45c Chops .. .... : a TREES
---- Chuck Roast ............. .. ...... Wit 1f' I

1 Tern Pk 23c I'i' gQLLTNFtfiIUDaaVDc.M41 1ii i I
Assorted Cereal .
*- ? "i
U. S. Choice AA LAMB Sugar Cured TenderizedLegs .'--:\ ;

Floor Wax-Qt. Bottle .... ....57c . ..... .Lb. 53c HAMS k. 4fI \ (. P

1 Spot RemoTer-4-oz. Bottle.....17c Fresh Killed HENS from Half or Whole' ... ..............Lb. 59c ,.i I I I \\ --..... -- t'J\ \ ,I

Cdn.nized-lO-QL 27c our own flocks .Lb. 35c Center Cuts .... .. .. .. ... .Lb. 65c i ([ } Listing of Throughout Improved and Martin Unimproved County Properties "..: as, !' t 't

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STII''IDt' .
r f: Sew.U' rains River to-Rlver Properties .
*' "'(IW,., Ii"r sad f .
/ 1Y"l .
: -j
Jipittr bland Ocean-to-Sound Estates Sites ; I ?.l ot
&P FOOD STORES MARKET Cloth $3.50; Paper $2.50 .:,
Order from
atialO R flat canal. .n.a.1t: a ponc TEA co.
Edwin A.
UE DELIVER FI1ONE: : 58 I Mennuifer"Tli
FIIIII\ta SInd Stuart. Florida : Flowering Tree Man" B >Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurant

If Stuart Florid I 1EI I I* f


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P. r.r H' "f -- THr s.ll ,RlT". STt" RT, Martin County, FUIHI. Tln.It"nu', MTT, 5. HIS

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i"iiiiini. 'i.i .mini, .. .1111 imiiiiiiin "OLD TIMERS" HERE .V( 'Ill: I hi|I"\ I" .HI I:. -.\S1tt>. .Ire..Hie,I. 1'0 ,,',' ,
cUI-t t Xcluslllliniiiiiiinii'iii rhih. .1 I., ..u ":.l't'i I mhN. I IPSO.
War Assets IN GAME '
WANTEDilllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllltllllltlllllll TEACHERS WILL AdministrationIn PUT ZIP Rt'TH SAVDSM 'A. F..P' ,. ",

01' of GUS1AVKDWIN ... .
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I : sAMl-) ,IcceaclXAVi ; I' ,
The V Old Tlmeis. ieallshow (-. LHAIIi ",.'.......1,

GET SALARIES Control Murphy Buildings ed tint they had something on AII..II11'" I MltIIAFVI V ,
when $"V/ 12 t, 111', 2", IP41\\, Allurn,", r. pA'o. .
the ball" last Thursday -LC"; ADVERTISElviENTNOTICE 5? .'" .

I" -- they took the field against a --- "FiL-r-CTicm- i
COI.trp"mb.\Il I : Dwluht L "In .idclitK to t tin' 6,212! acres 111 LECAI.
( 'n AI'"
: CR33HEO l PROMPTLY NOW! : pick.up team under Johnny I t., th.. oihiir, ..r Martin C"anly. of 't\lt\
RCt( lu Il'p.rt'd, to The News loi I lie ic .IK t'appro xlmitdv\ 1 .COOt after eight Inningsof ''h.' !Sim! .V5 f rl"HaII : ; -'t: ; .. : ,'
Mann-and I J. K. .\. UIUV
I ii Kion l'hlll .
d.I i }' t tli.it the State must dealt t 1 acres on which TIC I lix' itnl\ buildIngs pla were on top 5 to 2, It. ..."..t,,, > ..r 'th,. Ci, HI,, ..f Kl',.rid.. do I 1V15!\ 1I1'I'011l I /I-' ,

with the War Assets Adminlstrirt and facilities All uf the to h'oI., I v irlvi I 'i"i,I.-,' ,hal arKe.NAI .IS- ..d. I.,
A good crowd came out (( HhlTION: ....,1.... .. '
No More W'aitin,. Say Lee. n In acquisition of federal buildings with a exceptions\ I' and If interest holds It iv,II I h. h,-II' In. MV'''il lln t ,,unl IPV ShOP of .. ......r ,

With Fund On Parity land and buildings wanted for and all of the facilities have been practice\ f"/'Ilo./ "n lu...da, i...at .uirrrdlnn' th" )1.111' I t
I I ''i '' i''mm':mini Is quite possible that this organi lint' M.'v.. I". in N..\> hi""btr. AD I ISIS, I roof ..1.f ffl ,'
.. .. BAsis Stat: Park use at Camp Murphy ; transferred to the War Assets I] will be playing ball this ''h.. .al'.1 I ITu'a da>'. I f''il,a th. "I tlM 1",,, ,

APARTMFM FOR RENT H C Leaman. district Admlnltsratlon the Federal I ration UrTHi.. \ \\ (SOVKMHCR Shoot (I.VS
." '- superior by mind 4.mtor .
winter with recreation In l Ir I l'Itt I .1 Him ...' """' ,
l !!!!!!!!IIuIIHuui.. "IU"i mil I T.r..l.f'o':: FNS t ;I ':i of surplus property dtaposil -I Parm Mortgage Corporation. dlsj I I.::, Horn, ., "lull'on I the SIXTH shoihn',, 1,

.11..1..111..01111 the 'J'r : : -' .: .111- I for tlumselvcs plus amusement I 1'.,..,,irr....l..nnl "1)1/1.,10-1, I ..f the Hllle of Iou..". .:"
uurce "
for the Federal Land Bank of .
j postl aftencvi V,1'1..01.1", .11,5' Ihtllh( lunnrr.i otIh
t KRVCU OTFZRW.flMnlNllIflilllinHlI rrt.r:: 'i J.,..:..::' : :. 'J.. p.l:. :::' 11: jlumbia Informed Rogers: "This transfer was mad at for I the public .. l'II'h'.' ,I Pint,,,,,", !

...........,........ I, ,rttfl.! i I, The team plans regular Thursday -I i so;: Ta 1 h: J :-: ", : ,:f Ik. Muliivme '
,. ---- --- --- ----, 'e. t-Jctte-4: .1..r." We have received from the the direction of the War Assets with I I .,,i l ..r si,., f Klirldah .

', ;wjicuo. .. :" u: ..: U 1:. .i t1 fiT Fl inda State Improvement Com- Administration to facilitate the afternoon practice Or T.." 1t.I I, ... I irnmiialornr-a. nf ""' '
-:4.: a.2in invitation to all Interested to 'is15,,,,,, ..r I ft..I..l lf --'
-.. $ 8.3&S...4 C"rItrnier i, ; .r M. mi\! on, C. H Overman director \tteinns housing r f H',- s '.,"".r TWKI KTM LtCAI AI"

.. { r," : m -; .. .. ... .. ,.- ..... to" ..., .' : V. : .- "' flSc ,-' .f.11 '- an offer to purchase at a progiam There cniorBrnrv I 01'(', we have Join the game. iia-arlol" "',ill".i ; 1 h'., ;,::I ',r'i.; .. Hill ofFl V R1IStMt\'
am" st1 "s mi . ..- : ,! -. di-iount I I.,,, HSr M' .i'I r hi. IIa-as.h \HTIN ,,, .
approximately 6.292 Informed Mr. Overman that the rumiTsues : :
MU :
i HIST I f II. :; :., i:tat,.. ::r th. ,e nf Plorlda;.

i Rf !! m ,JI' !7' "T V t., [V I. .,.. _.- .,,.-..._.._.... :: -.. t. .. ..": r Floridaz"V acres of these lands which have desire of the Florida State Im- .utc SloW I I 1'.,,,' 1'\\11 l l ,,I',. j,, .,,, ,'..mml..,.....,.. I'NOTU I I I. II''
liil"It. T .I I I Il I. rI .,
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-...... .. .. ..,. ; '.oO : of .. ; : --' : .:.1. t j hOCk their been advertised for sale I provement Commission to acquire -I Judge A R. Clonts reported I I',", 'r\\'ll M, ,, I I.. r. ,'I ''he Coimiyr I .0"I...". f It.I

.- -- '..:::..:..s : ..'. t.:.i year *hUe The Commission is preparing the transferred buildings today thai only eo driver's permits .."...S ,"r 1',1.1,, t h,. "..,.. IuI.lrIoI., ,: .h. '', ,
'I' ,1 1l"r' /""'
'. \.1....:>1'' : r V .., ..a:i.. to) collect an application for discount for and facilities Is a matter b,- for 1947 were Issued Tuesday Nt M. n V /I.. M,,,'ii.-. olili A.'llIn ;,; 'C :. :

('IIIITAPRT'ILrS .. VV ted submittal to the War the N. "" "", I.....". :. ,
ATtivnc -i-V-. ." .., ::- tJ pay Assets Ad- tween the commission and the the opening day for T! """",.,,I Wh. ," f I I,,.. 5.rosalal ... ,h. ,

IIIIIIIIIIIUIIII p r In the mstrator conildorabh .. ,, ,. ..,(( .1/ ''h. 0.....
r. : f' : .:- : : t 'ime Disposition of the War Assets Administration. Disposal new 'I'al"s sale. This is 'l "I! hat .1/ "
1..1. .'i, '5' -'n" ."i I ""olIO. ii, Tafla. I :;;:V.;: :
oT1culIIl1Isuhllliu1I1suulssNma ;" ', -, .: : ia'e fi-a::clngwf 8392 acres will await action than he i: '
f'I. . -j V :: by of the 1.600 acres will nec- slower last year ft "_ Ihr ', '' Ih. '" .1 da-it .
: ;
\ '.f" '!.. p-i..- 'c',: .- -xi C.1upt'n: the War Assets Administrator on aald. ,,i; ;: (:: 'ii'I I. AVII; I ii'i' lIiIII H 1 IV ,
Ie. V'5. '.J: tVp. I .. .
await of the Oil .I.
e.a.: .t. he> *:.faoi : ;*a- a.ttU! tc: lent the application for discount euarlly disposition I To obtain permits without ex- ., ..t',''.i ..CT. "...... '

..,. ,. II'. 0. SI, U..n..k. 55Vflff, ..'hN :; : ::: ,
-., : r.-; .r J-.1.1d tu pa', tie salar- There are no buildings on the buildings by the War Asset Administration amimtlon. renewals must be ,
W. T. PACET ''' "" V th. ..
,, : : *eu .:e-- albd'xers: : 6 292 acres.ARDOCAST. obtained by Oct. I. when the r.' I I" '.. 'l I it. l'l'' .:". 'II' I '1. HI', It. 81 II .,11 ''n." ,
TElE L --
LANCE BROJ.RESTCRANT N, ,.' p..:, .. :it.V '.:ttt: .dd <.up a w
.- -.:-." tt-: '. e:.: :aai- the ASKING MISS STANLEY NAMED I I should bring their 1916 card -

LOW SUMMER RATES i Now Open at .00 A M. ..:.... :, .:'.e::.... PERMIT: FOR FILL COUNTY SCHOOL NURSE I 1 \\lsr'n\ applying for a new one JUDOt 1 TiE,MARTIN lTOTH COUNTY! COlNtj ..I VII ,. :

F tt I :.t..t :, ,UMC1'j OV: SEW ALIS 01- FLORIDA A' "
j a V ::- : f f POINT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIN I' ill t.o1h'ri- <,'II I II ; ,
flies Apartments :", .1'c' .1:1'c: :-K t. for sachi MiM Flora :Mae/ Stankform = _.. I I >HI "I I"t.H! .l- t.iI ."".. I' ,

15 Room 1 BREAKFAST er hupervisoi at Jackson :Memoilal 1:1 1 HE COUNTV Jl'PlCE't COURT IN .I h, h ... ''or' I 1' s.h-. > I. 1
REGULAR LUNCHEON .V>.. O'.:l'.rt.te plvytes .'.:'pi..catum hi ben made totitc in AND FOH MARTIN COL'NTV, STATKIN d. ..III'I 'r r" i' hr.,, I h -, I 1:1.: -
Miami has .
Without Bath -.:i vIC.....- ';\ f,:-e :: : \\ Iln: for hospital assumed Ft.OIIIDA. IN I." .n..1 "
With or And War Department by Mr. C. duties as, ?Mai tin count 's 11In I e rvr>: or! OLI$TA\ I IlsI'i NOTICE TO CREDITORS "
-V .:.;.;. tea. ::c"' t" ot p:ac d 01. > : 5 >ASI'' \1'' ,r..I"I, ..," V ,ti I I.. r ."''' "f I.. It: I., 1.
and ComfortaM I ALACARTEor1h 3, .-\ boat.\! Stuar! for a permit first registered! schol nuihe She ..... 01 .h".I.'r., I "ii., I I.....,,'t,,, ,.. lurl H..h..HdI ..- 101. I' "V V
Cool of Bridge ,)..1'n tneT ..::d 'e el\e to Bridge and fill. in Indian 'INTEtTlo"J yo MAltS V t: P., Ii ,'..1'I". .,,,1 I' ", IChroa'd.r: ,. ,. ,

..-.*.? ;par '-.r- 'xte G*:: ?:-a: Rev- Is n native of Stuart granddaughter 0TlCfpfrCA' *-OR FINAL .1. .. "....1.( ir'' h. .I'l l llfid. and ",'. 1. ,
On the River I On Hha !\o. I Rve'esterl>' shore. at applicants of the late Denjamln DISCHARGE 10', ",_ ,I ,It. hit ,,, ".",',,," lor d.Vasn.Ia" ,
.:.-> Frt: .' ther, i empluvee: ; .. .. .. V
> Bewail T" '.11 t WHllM IT MAY l'Ol..IIS) : "h"h I'h.I 'is." 10. .h. -nI'S Sat. H.I I I
VICTORY HOTEL .,-.- cj.d he-eb'. _!:.111\1I ,;n .a propert Point Parks. one of the earliest ploneem / :S ,. 10..10.( Mi i-sih, ,,,' I h.". I I",tih.a.rr"" "r h. ....ole Jude"' ,,.fM'i ','TRI''lf1I'lIn'' ,
; .ibo,it ..5 miles southward from heie and Is returning hereto rh, 01 ,".. '1" .01 ,"'I'"''' ... ..Imild.to.,," .ii. C..,",, '" V I ,Iii,, lb'oou, '. I I SI'V'
: -.i.* oa- J.n%, dtLce1.ctes: --I. I h. 'ii, ,,Ii' "..f itBTAV' Ml..WIS I h.."(" .., S"ii.,, I 1':"" "II hI" .I.h '1 or 11 '"III I ITl
Phone till tf Jencn.! In Martin County Fla. live for the first time since : %,, ',- VIIhSt I I hi,. fil,,' I II '"' ..1.,1./ .is,I h. I ". /I... d." ../ ''h'
Expr- Workmen a...r:. :::a ::::i1- : aVot: : I' i 1.. proposed to dredge twoarea. I" II.I,. I:.'I'"r;:;:,I ill.. h,' u,' ,,t...IihsI I! I ; I fI'"' I' ,,1.1" Vi,' V5, 1 ....11, 1'1hlhI : < ,\ } I'I

.':-..,:a::c;"* ;:;, t".enerdem- graduation from the local school ",sl 'I id. '" ,h. H"noi-nl, ,I.' A'h", II .', d. ."", I ..' h. I.., ".llIn... \I \1 II 1 II', .
--- In Indian River Immediately The In the nursing I V,51, I II'lg'' .. ,.f M.r''i' ith ,, "", Iil.' I -I, ,..0., ".i-,.1"I ". ..II "..,h'n,"
ltllllllllMIIIMMIII-11,11111,1111 IIIIIMIIH To Recondition Your '. -*:j.te a ;:.o '...tS: Ct oeiiik. quit- west of an unnamed Island years spent :I :I. :' :.j"' "I:;: h.: d.. ,) of 0,1.1.II'S'I ; :,. I-, ,,,' ,I'.li',',. ,,ff ..j.I .. "fI ho ...m."t, "-,, ...,' .

< : ::.It'd.I: hell profeslson have given her a wellround..d r..,,, ",, IS. un't, I..r ri,,,, ",,,I .,,,,/at, I I..,' .11....., t 1.,. i It 'thi ..im."t. "' ''' I'u
-: ::"Y" :; ;; : L::_ :..
FOR SALE VENETIAN BLINDS abji' 300 feet offshore, The background of experience ----- --- -
of :.+.:';;:i :"e :''r ul t..;ter- LEGAL NOTICE
l1..rlarea! would be about .. .. ___ _
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for public health work andshe -- -- -- -- -- -
11111I JtISIltflflSilliilIIIl1Ullt'UIIIltt. \V* Re-Tape Re-Cord and iCY ard a'i .1 \UL-thIul l. hunvs& JO' feet long In a north-south' Notice' Clr tUtCTtON he Cr>!! Bt Ta-M t>. na Po. T'1. lor .
W'I \.tl
: v f :rc J t.era ;,JiuJT'wn will launch a new program nilERrAS. 'ii h. .Lc.tOo55 1 41'Ii ,1 <,,t. ,< = I 12 ol A,: ,'c of the I I., .. "
Repair all type ., ditcHtlon and 150 feet wide The V In Martin county. ." I" iItO' C,''',Mltutlon, ( o. ICH5 0'h.. (i.' IiOll, ..n 5'itt/s l 5'I: '/ Florida. aa I
: the 0".1:;e* did not Jtnen RI :f tl Florida, did' PMI t Joint Re. I\d"PlOd at 11(0 C.i". ii! I" ',lion of SoUer :lhspoaui'; .I. ,;;
Veaetiaa Blsatds tof '.. : 'vthtt1ch southerly area would be of like I Her duties will Include the V ,V, ,n prnpoT Mitmdnonta lo E >.. loll. ,a.i ATI. 4ment lo fro- .,.n..I"n of ,
1"1 : :"i ar : ; tu'.'h and about 350 feet long Con' 'I\,on, of th* flat ot Florid.: i //d* for the I0v'NiVtoi.sg of fcoctloni n...... In p.' '.
xuperv l.slon and checking of public t .,. II and K of f Art, ( Mil of Con. .
h'j ac-c: 'heutf em- iI'ii were aureed t* by svtet re the and .h.1I I )k. V VIorasoIoll ...
The dredging would be carried health of all school children 'h.,.e,f,ftm of all till men.bra *'ectedti tullon of the Stab. of 1"1 r(da a. Adopted "
__ toyeea they cotrp;amec ot rirh h01l'" 'that' th scote.si ..Si at me Ocrcri t E'ost 1. "i I In November .
i to .i depth of 3 feet below mean both white and colored She Jsu t R.sI: c-na were snortS u nnl (VII, .nd 10 Amrlld Soon II and I 12 CuotyTaas "
MAHER'SV.St :oar but ler dId itottrtke.. lo"- water A part of the. dredged I l I.,rr rcpletve, Journr.li. CIII' the veil "f Art"/le Mil of tic/ C.not'IU\l.n' of
AS BUND r.oa :; re da; ha dawned and 1 will conduct clinics and assist 0.1 nit thereon and they did deer, the stat, .. of F.o"d., otiS to P'O'ld. 15.1In
: xr... trial would be deposited on'' In the collection Of'' n ""r ind drtet th..h.. aald' Jo nt th. Co"nt\' 01 IIVV'Vttilfl, Slat of nOl'S' 3OrYr 'I Xi
FACTORY ooc; f# '.."* u ..: beg.n: ilth physlilans I, -"a t'SI'S be aubmltted to th* clecu.riv FlordJ" .h., Co ntv Tax Aucuor 111.11 I A JOINT I,} 0 ..,
-. the mainland to form a beach health habits and disabilities ol I of t r Ship, 51 \ho 0.n.r.I EI..oIon ..n A..r" the Pro crty of tho County' for Am..dm.-I' S .'".
*:1 ..:1'r 'a: he state .ran ab N.." er (lINe I 1h. p ,rpo,. of .L-. \ f Slate. Countvof .IIh.Ion, r ...
Vero Beach. ria. ut 850 feet long and 73 feet the children and make home I tow; THERErOR I I. II, A. ORAY. Sots( ( i/S M"ni, < is I I S In IhO Cooli" Add.og n, S /" .
; tttc) jria-
Trxn;?: v :tteet appro UUP at elevation 25 feet above p, V5.tO' .01..... of 15. S'ot. of "orld., 51,11-i,:! I"":V'Vd/,, /" E\''tit l'e COO, of l I'l.vlC Prasd.lsr r5lrtmlIR .
was ttacr the: omp Isa- visits where necessarv In do loriS' R" r both'. thuoEzi'IIRAI. h'. For/u. "h,"I ii -'" I be Exempt !
., Write Maber' Vero &**th, 5..1. : datum. sloping at 1:10: to tion to the health work she ELECTION: /r.m Iho PtSosa t',,, Am.nj..n' ltsn.eyli I .
:jJtt."The- addl-I I. Ill I h. h'd' In esi, .01ln' In, FloriStS ra>.. Le,id by tie, Cla'", Couny, Oh She Dio, a' 1 ,r __ _
tho; natural bottom of the wa- the title of Attendance t T ''In yflcsisiii c.cdsc the 1(0,1( Lou, ty School Board School D...menftpecal I.Iu... 10 I", ,:..n
or .:u'e ;., r.'J'A a > ea"eatl o- reraThe: remainder of the 'aiu; .. I rcov.mbr. A. U. 1541. Ulo Tax School O"trlcta and the Duuea., Id" I f., i 1".I. .
and will have an office ilJ T ,e'day bo''". Ih. / Except U>
\ (. Phone Vero Beach 2170 : :n.:..a":: Jf a > trar b hud dr..cVed\ material would be deported high school In Stuart. I FirTH DAY OF. NOVEMBER c/li./ *ofHFf"E; / 0.ae rr RF."L U W:
> for the ,.'"1.01110Of rejection of "'. BR LFCIM 'RE OF tsr tlVOT
CONCRETE SLOCKS jr p-d* he TIu.ey: appr > to create a causeway' Although the salarv i it paid an,1 ,lent, Resolution' P"p'lnR Al,'end, TIthE or TilE STATE OF FLORIDA: h.lIor iOPVI

For p--a, :1O J for -a.lrlt'i By a .nrf Irons the beach just described to'' 'n,'n to I tn the CMUIItut ol th* Slate, That, Iha follohsg A'.ndm.nl 01Ar".lo tin XVI i I' "' .5 'a
jointly bv t the county and school .f Her I Immediate delivery .i..lcat.jn, : :!-..o''A. ?o'.PH: the said island The ate. of "J'/ ,la t r.'r: 10 .h. A.....- tlo".I..e '.
FREE ESTIMATES causeway boards. Miss Stanley will in no 1 S C.'I, .
I I soili.a "I' tlalII.n. ''n Ih.1 be And tt < "V'
BOLAIR INC VtVC: c __*H. .o- : r !l.., p Vrpua-: WOUld be 50 feet wide at elevation displace Mrs Charlc Ir.S ATE JOINT RMOLl'TION NO. (M L'cu'y, ol iiil.tt.o .chRe .1." 0Flold.. .10.11 b< o >SI .

> t.... rei..<>c !:..-. tn; Cable: way I A JOINT RhSOLtTlON: I'ropsia anf : .N.,n'be 0-sIan I: al .dip'rd Slai.oly ,
2.5 feet. t.t "lr
Mooney county nurse and welfare A".ndn"1 I. th. Con."utoon 01 110. I',., OtiSyrul : ,. ss nI 1 554 lvaI 0tiak j.lhn a'' ,.., ,
ISth Street ::.-..:ior: ard b:, t-t sa"ie token >, .I te of Florida. to b* known ai Art,re I 1\ r. o I sitt.sn: 12 of An.r'11I ..nOIl'.., ,. I ..
worker. However they will XX Section I and 1. Thereof. Relallnf 0II... Con"O", 01 Iho PI&i. 01 Far.ii .. foln.: ..,
Opp. F. E. C. Depot C ';\ ... teflLo.r ...ht'.1dCw otOAR 'KIWI: .UHiWA8KXXOTQV Is 0. Con"lId.lon. Abot.hing$ a' Cte, ,, and ly A" cid "s fc. loft 12 of SECTIoN. "
be closely associated In flllln: siloS of"/ Cert, Co,mtv OMit... ,. ,
n nil II { Atliol MM of I I 10 Co s't' Ion of th.State ,'
.. _:"w:'" w ti.v: ;;" "..- ::;:r"p. ;. :. .:..
S39 37 4.50 PAID the public health needs the .Api..monI asS 0 nf r rds a' .V'v"d.lIho' Ten- :
', ..::.ct 4'S... ... ri.uz.. ..' : ns ''APISpal'e''amp I ''Ce. b> County J *,Pfr v/i eraI Eo'Va, 111 Natenbci. o( tIll K 'N, I. ,
I Phone 827 county Countv rjnrlda, and Provldln( Kef.lection a' haok, It re,i 1 Section 19 of Artie, R.p.....'..., ..
: ': _i ott* .... .1 rc'-f.r 51 in ration book No. 4 Is ..ndum r.1..llon. for AccepIso. o. VIII of Ih. Coo" 'otto of l'ast..'. of

.. -.Jd, for five of ( ..f soy Law or Lai Enacted 1"10"" .'. n1.0" lid. hr Coy of P.nl: m :. ;
: ..:.: -c a't., pounds sugar Ih. ; ,
FOB WELFARE\ IN I Leilnlalure of the Slate of Flor R.'I ClIP, f'01 ..',1 A'' .ndm..nl: B. .nd ISo ,
... V The seven hills upon which ra Provided' III sad' Propoied .. ....... ...
'>: :ne : ..c.. _' '. 1-oughDtc. 31. If the grocer has'he 'I. SisSy a .d t* and aha I b. .f 0111... r .
I I. Rom: was built arc th> Capita- ""BE >,ib' "'ltd' I to the ectora 0tho Stat 'h01lJl'' o". .
: r. .1t ttr- i'V 1 sugar OPA reminded house- IT BF OLVED BY THE LFOISUA, ol 1".01.: for R-.'.feat( /on or Rejection, I".ur.. .r'' >
line Palatine Av"ntlne, Qulrln- TURE OF THF STATE Of FLORIDA;! at the C.. ncral I Etoy:: : to b* he'd on hoE 7. Ar'.. I ) V .....
v .
I. __':. You :-c- ttV V yes TuesdayThe That 'th. folio"'n R am.ndn.nl to thi it. /r'1! / ,.','0" 'llor th. last blosdap'a VAopnds't
MARTIN COUNTYKraft al. Vimlnal Eiqullliv and Ca C'n.llluIIM 01, 'IOrld.. bo ,, .. .
10 k"o NO\ "' 'iyy, ISIS,
'. ..-. T::: -:' ::J.. b'" became
stamp valid Arllel,:* XX' 5iIu," t and 5. .- I IiECTlo-l:- U. I From .n d are Janu-
:::, :').l'.Ir.1' V : .... :.' : HUH 0.1dm' S In ISo nor..: I'','l.ts' ,, ';bII'I,\,,,' .. I. ID'B, lhe C ty Ta\ A eon or 0/ V
l ? f'
-- ...- .Jltlnt of c : ..'''' ..:" On that day iNo Stamp 41 wasipposorl sumt'i's may ash it. and f"r ia>ctsi int an.I '011'0. of mU'1 Si'ro'H'' I itlllS' *, Courts' Ishailand ;ri
Reports On State Aid ci e'pn, taKi by c* ,sly tax oUto, In Slur, "hO T.s,. to b* lexted, In : ,
!10 expire, but bIIISC( Spate stamps nine and! tin are Orinn Co,,n!"'. Klor,di.. and pro, ,IH'Iof H"I"mv".h" tCVV: .v by tie state. i 0. F'," ,

For Fiscal June Year Ending t" :: ... :- : u-ir h"rtlHf's In m.lI1Y tics. etch good through Oct 31 fn for 0000tro rclerendum lion, .'i i'e VeoOfl.?\I,, oor.: acoitarr, 1 CtVOVt'fillS"' 'V. rusty Ci.ysol, T.S s Schnol nol Board O.rl, lct School ll and I BF EI1Enl-; : VTh.Ithyl

3O : ', OPA OIU1c11'cIt. b. Ii'0 1Ao,0! ,. Florida ai posy Sod SIti' ',Vi Vt tiVti t t5/ the CIt of PantCly. / TV ..
L- .r. : V \ \ldlty: five pounds i if homo i'mult ,, ,, y V KIOIISOV5
isugai "r'
I I 5,00(0' b. 1 "uit.s t ti th. qu.I'/lOd' 'sd.; nh/si/ C ty aha I be exemptof .
:43 :.:)Duan Sept 3u >o th.i' "111- '. olroIor' .f lii. b-to. of Florida for ls'oS, to p'o "I'-' Ihll, S.ston, IIsbItod0 "
3E K: <.:' V-V.:: = I lu', o. '.j..' .5 .1 '0. rent I. 5//,. Lgltalr. .h.lI. at the .Left 1.- o'i: : ;.;, V .!
.-. ------- -- --.- election i"l be held lo Uie UU ship 5V /Ion In 1547 ,.
--- -- and Otis I/n/
to 'JII
._ .dOP'j'
::' :. : t w----: B 'IR I _".a" ... : 10'11' 11m. th"/lor.: .nar' 1 aoaap.o,lyog. Ihl tV. :. .,....

---,- ..:-.:_ rtf.: 1. -.:... ::. to.- AWlCie= XX pot.,. foclun..dl.s, and ..mp., 0Florid.' V :
lion 0Ih.. Tao ei'ilnclel ; m.G\
County A..o' : :: ,
SliIT _'.. j jC SECTION I I.n.... !1oiotaIr. I. alSo. .
bfof.'I'.IIf' *
; !Sir n Paragraph I 0/ Sect,en l 12. ant Its
WE HAVE ALL SIZES Service With A SmileHIGH Ir.1 I aid .iipoV,050d tn p.olld. hy low saId, Syol o
I .h.lI I I h evilf provide by law for tniCo 0>'
.:':':::-_1vx- Jjf-k-c H_ j 'I or I I""', enacted by I lItlI.fsii,.. .... 0ilO'n,, on Ihe A.Iotorn I Roll 01 .hl .Ulutlon 01 ,. "" n.p .

OF n_..' : .. ':i ,... :.t :,. It*:*. '. : 'on' ,,,' h.ld...In'.n A I.".rraft.O, lOt..?.I'tlh.r.sralssy ,'ntv' Tax A......,.' of Ill t.... I'.d i;,',,':adad .10
by I' State. Co ntvBoarf .
.0fd.lon. e Couvy .rh.nl V ofbIll
V 10::' 'F ; .'::':" ." ,;!t.ri.EVk : .... C"ntv,, 01/1..b..lbhll".( In ,00.01.or ...CounlY.lIn., 01, rlo ivy,. School D,'ti/sI.i Ii.oolol/ Tax :itCTIrhN; P' .!

20INCHTRUCK If .:.*. .. :. 1 1O .1 ISO lod I I School DUtrleU and blolo/yal/lira/ / located oil,,,... i ,, ,
: :' JlKk. :} *: :: : .fld: :r1"II I" olrc I In the Com'' 0.Ibboolllh -.
lii. of I., ludgo, sit Slate, *xpeth* 0"on. / .
TIRES t-d J--A- ,,:- : .r.f": : 0'10' .: and Ia pr "d. for .h. ....""',.n! Ih. C"nf v' ol Florida Plant, v "h I h.r000pI/ of "' on "
.ud .01l..lIon of .sndp.I, I.... ..ndh".n" CIt5." "hlh la herehvexn .:7
th..s -.r:V _::: H3 1 00<1 fl4t.54o : or "'her n/ them by Coun'' I ,",t" from ill* provisona el mil' ( / rurl.'r/ ; ,
Lao ,
Also :a ;..! ,-*-:: J :ff O4-AVL: A.,. TEST <3S> LEAD FREE I .n.r10d I.. off,...rr"..p.rll'In cad( Conie.tho ,o"oolldollon Any lain 0'.0 SECTION" :- IS. I. F'.m Sri afr J.n\l., t"rop.'IO-,... "U". .'O' ,-'.-h.

SEAT COVERS .,., are. 1. 194. the Cools' Tax Col1..to. Sale" '

j'* *-: : :::J' lIon of any Cuiimv olllcci'ihj 1 prc In 0'h.'
FOR YOUR CAR .rllbo Ii,. p coy". d ,li. aid I' It. Cu..I 11.11'bolo..h./ S"'. 01 'r.-:
Bund arc: S. Ut5> : j- \J: l.n." of th. ol lyyr.. "" ... ., Florid. .h.,1t rol.ClatlanrI I I'\I. In I :::{ "
I I,'rsooias id d" chame the 'It. C, ,,n"y by I". Sil, .. CSsly., CounlY lactedvSSfS.1 If
RALPH ULMER MOTOR %)f>pop::. M::' C'1Lor.:. I. ,fI(rsaysi'o sdIyd o. ..oo"p..a.1 I ttho,"( B ,ard Sho..1 I 0atril./ I'p.r'.1' ; :i.;
Tax n.' ol Dluro .. \ I tr..
.n' I.w 10 ..aetr1 ,..p.rl'n.' > < and Mllnrip./ ...
co. B.,tr:; Tlx Ef' We..!J.:. B.._: n o"t,, sad COI:..,tsnplminic, 0' II o,,sh Co"n11"10", ", ., ..xrep.n ,n on. ar".ral ....fl.
.. .. .,1 ...lesri' i,..i, orrllhrp I them b:, I n the C.I ly of Plant Ct't It be nil exemi"t .m.ndm.n: .r '
... :.a i* Ditjrt .ot-:!*? B ::: OISIao 011"..i's'..11 pold.0' tho I toot/Ia/ pruon/ of 1111',/ Amendment. shad b. lit r 1,' .V ,

Mr Kra- '>& **"* ;.'C-r : a -r.'n.' ron.rtm( ..rrollnlln, for and a. 'r/o/ !.tll'/ "',"re' iha/I at the I.o5., All .nPro '))1'.. .VV.doplOl Iff
Stuart Sunoco Service Station d .1,,ur.lap of .ad, I.,.. .nd/0. s'yo- (J.t.1t Slon/ of 1647 arid from lisa 10 0/ '
1. _: .a TJ"lit- :.'lt: ..rr:: :- 'I'II'' t. 15. aporotola nunlopala I 1,0." l'sloslt-y, .n.,. .....' .o.r'/"I' If,. to the : .M'
,, , :r.r f
'ioplr( and fo' .omp.nllllon lot p..O"lIn c t on.d ittI 1 slidrorlloynau. expire uI
pr.uJ n*. IL, .MS ti.K.t =-.:'o!' .' a..rh, Vu/fl' 9 atliv.r. I orion to.. lion ot Costly Tax Co ,ector d..n.'o1'
,' .. ".ndcred Incldcicepted Ih..IO. Th.t 11 In Pc..goph' I of Se.\\'on 13. sd .holl/ '
""_ : soy
jf- : : .ot-ot ::! : OS
; Phone 9134 ,, rt.'t.
i.: Across From Chisholm'sWashing .rh I.w ,..p.tin. II,. .nn.olld''on f/too/ pro'd.' for Ih. yolipot/ni/ ...., J/OU"" JONT 0. .-
lnrniOf"t5 &** t'' n c .: tory 5(00( 01 sy c'inIy" alto.. I II ... 'dr.porlna, .M d"b ,.m.nl 01 A JOIST RESO' PI.... Clul.
and raided,I all lsoolallotla S .I
at the referendu by .b.ounlll Tas Amlndm.nlr ...
'. b.lLd -w.1Lg :-:BE t, iinf *-.*: .. r ,oion< 5,00(5( pro"d.d lueh taw shall Coitaor.lfOVsF, I ..... of l!0' :V 1.'"
3atteries Charged I 000m. aO.ctta a"[h respect to the of. I V :
carts' *zd: :'!< ';i:< Polishing I -ei al'eclcd' thereb on In. /r.t T....-I ho.Add.i,of llonal the Be Ju,,' V V :AJ"

IMMUHtTEFERTILIZERS IJJUua' He cpla.zsc bsere!" -. -sali I.. the f 1..1. Mond.y In .1.ruuyy : JOJ-IT:- RtSOll'TIt'S: NO .If //naedfoeit ,' .'.1'. .
of art osr ",,. /. .' ,. : "
Tires Batteries ) v.oa djng' It A JOIST RUOU'Tlo-l:- Poopo'ogaa Caanty Bat l0't"
0' tboUfh &pIrtopr..la1X1C.1: :. A,.. LubricationGas f neral e(ectloi had ..uba.ounIlagadI I Am.nd"enl, Is A"c1.'nt ol Ira Coo..1,101on BF IT RF. OL..f' I TH! IJG
,. ;
'o..ndllm .loli' fl.lvohyh.y, 'on for '' ', 01 It. 51010 .1? Ftorda, ... ,r f\.l1&
Ilolalt ItS
to perderlargr :; C".C-1t::. "Sot:_ I '.ld.1 of 'h. Cnlltd SIiien.notd' to A a-o.rt, of P osp-rto' lu' Taaa and 1 TIlE OF THE. .' \. .', V fl

Thn f ti$ :J; ;:.. ==.: I!'_ Oil Accessories I 'r< ..and?00,1.If aOY,,d .roI'c.on,",i1(, lain, ..01'p.ori n ,,otiool, 'hri'0 Th..o tho ColI."nn/ ,, 0T"... by Add,ng SECTION'men 1Conitit of "III F..".."

AOINSECTICIDES isrgzos t. .olln'' lao 011"... I I' ... ;
Radiators Flushed .Pltd and Florida. Ih. .
f"of'd after St-v. 1t A;;:....::6..;=.; Tires Repaired 1"Iod, ..th.. ''/.ndu", .r"on' a. A..e.. the Property Cooty of Ta th. County Aueim' for ahall the .atd Arliol I.. 0a.rl_ 'S sI50lpil0r5I5adV0t0 ..E
st Iho :
o.d.d, ,,. lle Jda
/ h.r.s ''h. a. .h.ll .brian.yIttl .
for: Old-Aiit' Asr.s.e: ...=-: A. : ,,,. .n tho f".t, dn of J.nur and Pu'PO of L..npg, ktale. County School for Eacamb a C11*, *Ji ..r
Iil'nlpal' Taxei Lev,
,.. x.nd I.4 C n > rrt 1.tr. .',laV. to the BWid: ;::,, :spictzca17 -:; Qc:. Sam Cleaner Jenny 0.tSOaVC ding urb r.I..ndum ..... S.Sa, Cooiy, County School ed by Board th*, dreed ;.r'liri.i'hereby f rto

I' ..,.."'w O,.. > ou hamt tr**> I 'no 8"I ool D..IMrti. bpeclal' Tax School 1>,.- th */ .lOot I ;' :ae **
'oo .>od .. ..,I... no a r."Tt.t bu;! SICT1ON I. a./areas y I.w doorrlb.d I IrI.-t., aid M li/ylpi/l/l/ /, / 0' It. COllntJl''. lor rallficatloa* at weral
h I'. pr..dnl ( ,.,.
0.hl. Art Ills I'f RESOLVED t. ax ST.
Eigbcr \JI.1 "'J jtvarLjre jjlii : SPARK FLLGS CLEANED AND TESTED .V oil(.( bo 0'' soV f.re. .nd ficl.'It >n.II TIRE Ot"lHE hTAlVop"LOHlb BY TilE LOGIOLA-Ai, o.e-d.y Election afer' tht "u-ojaf
.r.pt.d aid
UIIII.d/ b.
RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. J oot 45- ptmcrr.a.lf .::.! ::'.': ::.::. I.",. 01 tho q".lIhod/ .'1e00a. a of'.n.oll'y Ooag) '. Thll tn.ollowln.. Amendment to Ar- vonber 14 8...M The K I",, el OafRpyordfn' .'
I "unt,. FlurU, a, 'el..ndll'n .1. 110(0: VIII of Ih. Con""ullon, of tho SFCTION -.a. ?
: epabs a : ':: :.:l.w.JK" b. ( F1".d. ret al/id '
BYCHAMPION I. .H.d( .nj hi Id 10' the p, rpo>c to Ih Aninny :: So : i
of datrriauIngo, .' .. I ,,. .nd COI.lIon. / 0.11/ lana In 10. and If. Calt .
Of t.&I7' L.TUJ: such I.w "all 5. 'tail'$ 'j;:.
I .c."d, aid tiOad, 0' .J.r'.d' b. Coun'y' 01 boy. Stolo 0/ b'lo/da/ by ..del.In. at.II :,::frd'; : ,
illinium iiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiinumiiiiLOST s-er, ced w peZZtl.s.; aJOC' ., I qu.ii.od, ...ror. at u.d Counts stOols' .ddlllo.ol/ ..,lion./ 10 b. 0051 o .. 00 :>.is
r-t: rlrtyadui,,, ,lrcil vnha ii be hot,, known .. "''',on 11 .nd S.r'.n', U. b. o : '" Ci;
& FOUND! *'ny the camber ami o**s .: LET US CRYSTAL GLAZE CAR : ,, nitely 'Olalirr: th. ,llitt.,. I .nd 11,1 aSs.... I" h.y5y .R.d 10 .nd 00,5(00( of all Iha for Jot J '" I' ;'.
TO t. 5 lasyns S I..... Th. Board 0110lln'y .h.1I I .lIh".d" to the"E/eet'ora" Pofald ::
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiuREWARD$ 1 t public] tnrtarw* :iwrpurtu o.c Cnanonra' .holl/ prI do hI II,. 81.'. of IlorSa' f", Ullfc.II'1I, ( aolildilito 5'l lb. COni?af So' :; ":ir.r;.
I' mcreajeii djnznt the .eiertc.jc.rr t '. holdng, 0/ avy."tiyr.Ior.ndum 0lo.lonasdailto. n '' o o .5511 ':: hd" /j :' :
PROTECT THAT PAINT JOB. tsar.Oltitiboaihlia( ;1 fot. ;:;.. : h ,,:; ; ta : ,on'""
: d.ILItTIUZg Monday m November, .".. the ,.. "
N n UJQ ;Jf.5t3Gt7 p! I".IdBossd arva.nhn.oiIort, 1S40 .. tollownSECI10N / '
I u't to, ,'r.ui...."enfoka '"n'd'y, 1 14. hI', From ..nd1... :"oraler m "f.l'.s.'f'': ::. ROtf !
For Return of Lost DogBoston 0.1 prior I. ''ho d" 0/ SiOhrloOion. ary 1 I. m : :
I I. now..por .f ..n.r.1 I .ul.llon, liii C. oi at Oa'. I : ', ]
) tLD InlId y State of FIda., : "
Bull J Windshields( :Cleaned For Every Customer Coalo. P.oap .. hO'OIn, Oihsl.' .h.1t ...... .11 proprrt, for all B'.'.. herein brosby ; :: 'I
Black and White iuc *j, :,jCoi ,jf I avtd.d, th 'si. of lh. Stat:, ralititito I Counly., School and M nlclpal Ianralo ..'.."aalil.t olfleei'w'/'JLn PC':.:.!|
the hoidig I 01 aino.I canton. ab.. | b. 1.I.d l I., It. tomy/ b, the .,... '
J This dog was lost about a 1f"'' _zr =_ir_ j jMl :c.co.f ,,,,I.r dum I'. huldio, at. beau S 000- COiln", Co..nly Ilrhool' Board School", S(.rat,,.Tuaday ry. 194.JrJ:!:/ : 1':.od' .: ,
; .1.0,00. II ny euccepted h lv. Di'tyli., Sup al T.. Ia
ihall I Srbool .
Sear J... RESTRGOMS ut"cu th
month ago near Stuart. Fla. c.J auzec T> .i 7JtlCCLS JUST LIKE HOME and rat fled by tha .a.ory and N'IiIpil: ,.,. rn.nl IS.I by Ia I: :::

: is' Tb. :: .. s.=: ."" ffM'{ !
harness :
that iI |
at time wearing if.raidiIa : n.: { I( I.. Rai m'tn'm ahn"d"loinbU*
Ml IT J40VD116uart "pa a5 ba 000asodOf bit | to ..7.r.o': : j : J;: arT.::
11m. It. .
and leash ye5flro. ." I I... ',SI. 0. ?
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MRS. LOUISE CORN boIIMob We Please You Tell Others. If Not Tell Us t'X.tn tlectlon. to r.ult th.of Feerelary of and any. Co lucri of nt Sla,r.lorond"m.'. Wllhln y,... COUll'bv ,I'he Tao stale' A....County."r of, all COllnlJl'I...'. School levied, IECTIOH/ la ti onUicl A" py.rIhlC.asaItiIlO0 5C..1.111.b .

3900 N. W. 36th St.. ten d.,. alter th* hd d'nf 00050.I Road School D IIrho.1.>tRFcriON .SIlas I Ol.trl.t.I lunlelpalltlea. Sped, Tu ,*!. _

Miami. Fla. ] ud. Adat.:.. ...L'lr' :C-: P.LAr-....- CHARLES AND RALPH ZARNITS I P I :- U. flf From and afar cx !>I s Yb.sgs O.rt. '

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lSHING Filling Just Station to prove, that there's John PoInt. Langberg, of Sewall's- Z IS FOR ZINNIA QUEENs DEPUTIES CANNOT Payments throughout the state

something worth fishing for in I TAKE CASH BONDIN dropped to $81,452 from pay-

the St. Lucie, Mac went out the Mrs Sophis Fredricksen en- TRAFFIC CASESTALLAHASSEE ments for the previous week of

IN THE FAMOUS other day and latched on to a tertained Monday afternoon $127474 These payments wentto I.
24-pound honoring her son Edwin tenth Deputy sher- I
7 ounce snook which birthday annIversary. After play- I 2679 men and 2264 women I
he Ins have
Lucie Region ; landed despite the fact that no authority to accept
"; ;. Ing games refreshments of Ice with i
-'! it was barely lipped on a River- cash: bonds from arrested motorists a total of 4,943 as compared

pMTSM/N'" IS A GUARDIAN OP NATURAL KE5OH CEtue Runt. He has been finding the cream and cake were served. for traffic violations but 6.684 compensated claimants for
1 vt> .. Thost present were Johnie and
snook fishing good in the state highway patrolmen can the previous week.
MiKUP. Ohioan In today News the opening cjcd r near town AlvIn Hendry, Lucy, Mollie and I + Attorney General J. Tom Wat- -
'dc; w make Stuart' Stuart Boat Rentals in Trazlertl extends to him for the Sally Hertel, and Mary Ann I son has Informed Bryan Willis rI'fI'hrl'l'Ig411IIIlfIIlfIIIIIIil' I ; I U J

"tame announces Creek at the rear of the Out r new HellIer. state auditor. )
: enterprise :
hl-I:4: : :81 r.wrn ,
He has four Onan-powered Mrs. A. A. Hendry and son s ,tT Willis wrote that deputy sheriffs -

skiffs, one twin cylinder and Johnie spent Wednesday and and highway patrolmen have

of Distinction three singles. All are clean well Thursday in Jacksonville on been furnished blanks on which NO MAN CAN BL STRONG
\\ built and sturdy. Mac tells us business a the arrested person by signinghis WllWOUT RE.SPON51-

that he plans to put In bait Mrs. R. S. Robertson and Miss name. can automatically DIL191E'b. i
Diamonds and Watches facilities Elizabeth Robertson spent a few have his case tried In Ms absence
Fine This newest addition to the days in Miami last week shopp- and a plea of guilty entered for

unw ol1 CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM fleet will help supply the con- ing, / him after posting a cash bond.

stantly Increasing demand for Mrs Mattie Argo of Boynton Under the law Watson said

& E. WALKERJEWELERS small boats for casters, bottom- Beach is the guest of Mr. and deputy sheriffs must take arrested I
fishermen and t rollers Mrs, Harry Scgiestrom for a persons before a magistrate -
week. to hare bond fixed but
0-0 0
Aaron Cleveland dropped into Mr. and Mrs. Joe Woods of highway patrolmen are authorized Y

DLAAVE. STUART, FLA. I I the office this morning and Hobe Sound spent Labor Day I to obtain sufficient bonds and
to turn the over to the
when I remarked that my son with Mr. and Mrs. A Taube and L
I sheriff of the county in which
and I had picked family. .1
up a couple of the arrest was made.

Weed A SIGN Quick? I reminded flounders me the of night how before plentiful he Jr Ransom motored and to Miami Warner Beach TUton Sat-, i lt being Trial present without also the is legal defendant where I

the flatfish used to be down urday where Warner entered the the arrested person requests It
around the Ink I "when we usedto Veterans Hospital for treatment. in writing thus avoiding the We want to be responsible for t

SIGNS I ALL KINDS get 400 or 500 pounds a night Ransom returned that night. \) p necessity on the part of motorists the perfect performance of your
KING from boats equipped with pitch Mr. and Mrs R. E. Ross and f of returning for trial.L'A'LMPLOTiG1T radio We want you to turn Its
pine flares." Those good old days sons Rollln and Roger of MIami upkeep over to the CIIRISTOP-

ililCK WINDOW SHO-CARDS are gone forever. Aaron. were the week end guests of Mr. tyam: i DATA HER ELECTRIC SIIIIOP. Let our

REAL ESTATE WALL o-o-o Ross cousins Mr. and Mrs. W. experience be your guide to

"SIGNS THAT SELL"Old But here's something new and B. TIlton. Unemployment compensation successful repair service. Call us,
Interesting from down river Mr. and Mrs. Norris Tilton 'I GARDENS payments in Martin county during today 111'ft will pick up your

Dixie Hi-Way P. O. Box 501 Stuart, Fla Labor Day when we pulled Into motored to Gainesville Sunday it Cypress Gardens for this FLORIDA-They Sunday they crowned may be Linda down htunroi to Z In flowers Zinnia the week ending August 24 radio and deliver it, FREE.

M. P. Pajettes Flshnhol dock and brought back Mr. and Mrs. Jueen in a colorful coronation but amounted to $73 and were madeto

we noticed with interest that Frank Wacha who will visit here Florida" girls left to be flower queen ceremony of the future there are still plenty of seven persons, 1 man and six );_

Lacy Kickliter, J. c Anthony, Jr. with Mr and Mrs. Tilton until women Carl B. Smith Chair- )
and family were snatching in Mr. Wacha enters the Universityof man of the Florida Industrial
Clothing specialists of the De-
If VENETIAN panfish with cane poles a la Florida on the 30th. HomeDemonstration Commission reported. 111111111111111111illlllllllllllllllllllilllllllWE
partment of Agriculture explain
bream fashion. It turned out thata -- ---
big school of madamolselles It Is estimated by Red Cross that trousers bag here the fabric -

g has bedded down in the pocket water safety authorities that 75 has been stretched and that
I BLINDS -and these delicious little pan- per cent of all drowning fatalities NotesBy shrinking with steam Is the cure.

Fish, about the size of yellowtail occur within 60 feet of safe- Lay the trouser leg flat on
croakers, MISS LUCILE INSCOE I the ironing board with the baggy
n ;;:: HOME FURNISHINGSMcMillan are biting Just as
:v-- A fast as a hook can be dropped In The Businessman 1 part uppermost. Lay a wool cloth SPECIALIZE IN
M the water. There are many ideas about over this section and a moistened -

Furniture Co. According to Pay this has been cooking which have been hand- I cotton cloth on top. Press BEAR HEADLIGHT TESTING
goIng on for a week or two- is business I II !it ed down to us that are hard to gently moving the Iron from aide

. c, "and are they good he says WHAT a mass of mercan forget If we consider the nutritive I to side so that the steam goes As Advertised in \T I M ED..Y
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE "frIed to brown and eaten trniunrtionH, buy- value of food first (and at Into the garment. Keep press- ... ., ,
crisp lug and selling for profit Ibis I It rioII 5s.*'" sight drtd.e I
.... ....... .... ......
PHONE 699 like corn on the cob." no sounder basin or higher aim present prices we must) we must ling and patting the loose fabric was... ( a.r.la.'ho'S-.e. Dn ee ens'.M Sn "
-- than personal nnibilion or ilnonci I change our methods to more into place until the fullness disappears I......Ss r..e ..... H..U'. T_.... T.... 1 af'.ms.
il micros? modern ones, in keeping with I _... ....._, w.Ylw yr to --- '
iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimmiiiiiiJENSEN/ Then press the entire me f.r e..rr.k ....t ..w ..4 b..,.10. Li '7'
Greater ncuirucj, protection the scientists and specialists who leg of the trousers until almost .. twr T_ .._ ear ah
I NEWS from dishonesty and fraud more work on these problems for us. dry. Leave the trouser leg In -
IkD harmonious Industrial relation, "
. "Boiled foods" are not boiledin position on the boars for a few
absence of and of anxietyfor
Cy Charlotte Hrlller worry Ulmer Motor Co.
t.111TR1. the future a keener and wldirlsiou good cooking practice "Boil- I minutes until it is completely ia: Ralph
III"l|< "II|III"I' IUI"| !/ItlilMIIIMIMltllltllH+ ,
% \' a more intelligent and unrestricted ed ham" Is not boiled by good i dry. Never press wool until "bone 400 Old Dixie Stuart Phone 9141
cz Mr and Mrs J S. Michaelson outlook, me some of the cooks today. Neither are "boiled"' dry" because this makes the fabric -
I and son James returned Thursday pinclicul bcncllts which ninny eggs. boiled nor is boiled' fish I stiff and harsn .-.:.
."Hr MRRq/rNe' +Cael from a vacation spent In base experienced through Ihtirspuitunl cooked by this method. Instead I
understanding limn
, Maine James attended a music business is to rolled or express these protein foods are simmer
school while there. God ed-that Is, cooked in water
ta Mr. and Mrs Harvey Wright The businessman enlightenedby just below boiling point. The high
returned Monday from several ; spiritual understanding finds heat of boiling toughens proteIn.
months spent in Michigan with ,,wisdom economy, and discretion Oreater tenderness results from "OTHER things I buy have
ujlurul in the conduct of his affairs
"Electric Service and relatives. lie ndopti no attitude of cooking longer at a lower temperature -

, Repair Co. their Mr and Mrs. Pete Ward returned foolish optimism building taslks gone sky-high. but
say Thursday from Canada in the air, nor loci he accept as Even boiled" coffee is a dat-
best advertisement is and New York where they have true and substantial the many ed phrase that no longer means
been vacationing for several claims of limitation, hard tunes quite what it says The finest Greyhound fares -
... satisfied and the like. He relies contldently I
months. flavor in coffee is achieved by
on God divine 1 Principle, to guide
ri Mrs. Lehman White of Palatkawas ills decisions nml prosper his having the water Just below I are still the ,. '
the guest of her uncle and steps and he seeks to be obedient boiling according to results of
aunt Mr and Mrs. C. H. Munch in thought and deed to the demands brewing tests c d ,
last week Mrs. While Is the of integrity, uprightness Home economists suggest that SAME"e., i i
I former Ruth Munch and lived mid consideration for others He If cookbooks would adopt new f
knows that his business will be
here several years ago. good in the degree that his names as cooking methods
Miss Mary Walton has returned thought and lifo express Principle change the housewife would
pRIC SERVICE & to her home In West Palm God. lie knows that his have her attention called to bet q ,

Beach after spending a week as i business exists to bless not only ter ways of cooking
jplR COMPANY guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D Mc- him but also all those connected
Elfresh. with it, whether customers or employers How to get bagginess out of
Mrs, Martin TIndallof lie never tries to nuke trouser knees Is one of the home-
jj&*Kil w ttM Taylor A,,.. Mr and one-side"J bargain but deals fairly "
the Labor Day pressing problems of housewives
mI Orlando spent and equitably with all. A business -
i tj DEMON IUILDING: vacation with Mr and Mis A A conducted on these lines whether s

Hendry and family it Is called big or small benefits
Mr. and Mrs. E K Pertle and a wider circle than is often realized -
helping the COLD WAVE
to strengthen
I Mr. and Mrs Max Pertle returned -
I whole structure of commerce.
Monday from a vacation :
Such methods are not idealisticthcoilck
spent with relatives in Iowa. >>. They are practical, and PR/CtSSllJfHED I \\\I\ __
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parnell, there are those who hose found N7Vwr illalq
E nJoy The FinestODSCOCKTAILS Edward Jr. and little Susan spent them so JorPt.lupmu;
FrIday night at the home of Christ Jesus said (Matthew J Greyhound fares
theIr uncle and aunt, Mr. and 5:1:10)), 'let jour. light so shine COLD WAVES
before men that they may see .
Mrs. C. H. Munch enroute to dour good works, and glorify your'. S kit/ contdioi/ t full *.AT1mcnolSilaniypoolulioii are as low as
0 I theIr home in Miami from Maine lather which is in heaven. 1111 oil ; : tll/r
where they have spent the summer businessman of today can follow 60 CwlK 60 ..d ....u..; ...
Mr. Parnell will be football this counsel. tono..rp'inaot. id complete'i 'iastruclioBii. awadlwt ::: In Pre-War Daysl!
coach at the Tec High, Mary Baker Eddy says In her
work "lIl1scellaneoulVrltlngs" I II
School this term. W. W. MAC CO. Fla.tIo .
AT THE (p. 147)1)I 'Ihe upright man Is' Stuart
Mr and Mrs. E. L Enderson, I guided by a fixed Principle which :
and Mrs. Enderson's mother, i destines him to do nothing but
Mrs. Emma Rossow of Chicago what is honorable and to abhor j T'S TR U E That upward spiral of price rise hasn't so much as budged
arrived Tuesday to spend a I whatever is base or unworthy; ri ier hsdays I '

lue Goose month with Mrs. Rossow sister, I -at hence all we times find him the ever trusty the friend same,''i Greyhound (fares. They have remained normal fort as low as beforethewardays.

Mrs. J. W. Johnson at RIo. the affectionate relative, the conscientious -
> Mrs. Walter Uptegrove and man of business, the Big Ever try This Is more remarkable too, since costs and maintenance of operating
2 ,, MILES NORTH OF STUART daughter. Marlon who have pious worker the public-spirited i com l7ante oWlldlto .
talisa been visiting In Pennsylvania, citizen. And she adds a few lines : ( bus lines have risen sharply all along the line.
ting in "Chicken in the Baiket" and .
returned to their home atthe farther on, In all Ills pursuits be
Western Steak have Leach Estate, Sewall Point. knows no path but the fair open CtSCctn How does Greyhound do it? Well it's no trade secret. The backbone of f
and direct one and would much m/Gh/ f
Mr and Mrs. Carl Haug and rather fail of success than attain tvfit Greyhound Lines formula for I i
is and
two sons of Minneapolis Minn, It by reproachable means" Here ,} \? success more better service to more people. .1 I j f,

Package Store Grill Winter arrived with Friday Mr Haug's to spend brother-the 1 Is and the successful true model for businessman the practical! [af or/T1or& Expansion and augmented service.. efficient operation and the Introduction

I In-law and! sister, Mr. and Mrs, Iht'' Clirlitiun/ Science Monitor. of newest equipment have all combined to hold the line on bus fares. ,
Most have perfectly
-- --- people a
cockeyed Idea ai to the amountof Your travel dollar "
money corpoi atlona earn The really buys more today than ever before in bus line ,
average person thinks stockholders -
get about 8 or 10 times ai transportation. ..
T ROUGHCAN much ai they do.
IRES I Surveys show that the average ."':;
guy fueMes that corporation
make 30 per cent profit. \
The fact U that for the last 17 Chisholm's '
WE ronuprr'EL THAT-WE HAVE HAD TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN WHEEL ALIGNMENT, yeara corporate profits have Cafeteria y :
CLAD TO EXAMINE YOUR CAR AT ANY TIME AND averaged just under 4 per cents .
BALANCING ETe. WE WILL CHARGE FOR THIS INSPECTION. COME year and that stockholders received :
YOU JUST WHAT IT NEEDS AND THERE IS NO less than 8 per cent (according Federal Highway Phone 9156 M ?, .
OVE R ANYTIME. to the U. S. Tr....) .
This almost makes savlntt
COMPANYNorth money look silly It makoe Invest* wr.
WILEY MOTOR !hog .look risky and a little rldlcuous. I

Dixie Highway But If there were no Investing GREYHOUND
there would be no facWri.nu .
PHONE 291 unions lobe no, and set even any L/f/fS +,



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i. .. SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART.* New Items office for this before TELEPHONE paper noon mUll on Oil godetEdlW rClcb Wtdnesdl list bt

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Avenue. A Sewall's Point, from an extended Michaels",
9" PRESBYTERIAN WOVEN home on Cleveland deer,
I f LIST:: your Room, Apartment and Rental i ENTERTAINED TUESDAY Miss Marion Homan Weds I biidal, guessing contest preceded I trip In New Jersey, New York returnllw hem

I Home with us. The Presbyterian Woman'1 the presentation of the gifts, state, Chicago and Marshall, Mo.,
L. FULFORD I association was entertained l at William Earl Thompson which were wheeled In on a tea I where she visited her cousin -

w the September meeting. Tuesday table by George Bozone. while Mrs. Fred Lamb. Fort ,
I' c4 .d r.attd at the home of Mrs W. H.: In Bellpcrt New Jersey John Miller Fulton nephew of -C- l'inme rce, Fls
: ; "I'm Look. 782
bride elect sang Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Michaelson
! 1', ,,\1; o SELLING:; ItJI'l!:::'; Smith. Mrs F R. Horton bad I the I FREDEIT .
For A Sweetheart, accompanIed and James, arrived home
y I IUPl.R7Y( ) MA.ACEIE'It ::: charge of the program, using Ing Ftt cpecislirsuite.
\ Hi.(.' P. O. Box No 4 the theme.Thy Kingdom on I Miss Marlon Lavina Homan. and a corsage of red rosebuds. by his mother, Airs Dur- Friday from Oakland, Maine,
lid C.irmU-n Avenue Euth". Mrs C. A. Lees conducted daughter of Mr and Mrs. Chester George M. Shelton of Bellport ant Fulton who wrote the music where Mrs. Michaelson and .., rm201entr
Phone :2-3: the deiotitonal! service Homan of Salerno became was best man. and lyrics. The refreshment James spent ten weeks Mr. ,C
Stuart. Florida Others present I were Mrs. LUlie the bride of William Earl After the ceremony a dinner table was covered with a lace
,_ Wily Mrs. George Porter. Mrs Thompson son of Mr. and Mrs was held at the home of Mrs cloth, decorated with coral vine
Harry Lyons and Alias Anna E. M Thompson of Lake Alfred ] Margaret Darde of Bellport for and plumbago blossoms, Illuminated COMMERCIAL and
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r,. Ounn The October meeting Sunday. August 25. The wedding: 1 the bridal party and friends of with tall golden tapers in
took place In Christ Episcopal the couple. The table decorations holders Ouests Included
will be held at the home of !>tIM I 1 candle PHOTOS
Ounn on Oseola avenue church. Bell port. N. J. where were a garden variety boquet of Mrs! Oeorge L. Rowley Mrs.
/ s -
3. -- ----- --- the Homan family is spendingthe flowers with a large wedding Frederick Niebling, Mrs. Orrin PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YCU ,
ATTENDS:; STEPHENS summer. The Rev. Howard | cake in the center and streamers B Cadwrtl. Mrs. L. S. Oregorle. SALE ttKE T',
I" J. Miss Nancy M Oauer of Jensen O Clark. Episcopal\ rector of in white satin ribbon. Mrs William Carroll. Mrb'l i
.\ .. Beach has been accepted for Bellport. officiated l with the I -shrd shrd shrdl ff mmm mm Charles Krum Mrs. Hubert I PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE < I oANTr
I ,,.ru 't::' for YOUR flom admislson at Stephens College double ring ceremony.The I I Mr and Mrs. Thompson left on ments Mr. Fred Walton and I i I
Till, 171gj11-- 1-:. I. .k. rur, Out 0' t0ur brOA'mt r0..,N"CI for women at Columbia. Mo. bride who was given in a wedding trip and will returnto Mrs Fulton. j TROPICAL PHOTO SHO!
I ...'?.: .+o .C.: four roan k'tnn Tr?n'vmh, c.esr o for r Ot or tt..: ::..tIJ = and will leave for the opening of marriage by her father wore an I' Florida in October. Mr.
.. ". :0', .M W_'. Nee 01TN' SC'Ol'TS )I Bldg.Visit Next ,
a. on cwRITIAN ICI''U "0.0. the fall term there on September eQuamarlne two-piece wool dress Thompson was recently released GIRL MET Krueser T- t .rter I
'. Clw I, o.e / Ij'OOMM 20. Although registration with winter unite accessories anda I from after 20 months The Girl Scouts met Tuesday
r0o service
;.:,: tt'o/: .:, ; : ,;;, ; ; for the lUth term will start on corsage of gardenias. I bride afternoon In two groups\ with I
aircraft carrier. The
"C';" 7c t : -= Sa September 16 regular college Mrs. Roman was matron of on an their leader Mrs. J F. Bozone
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U:: MD e.Y1\n I II T Cr.+ C'r.' :.--'C'5. enn S..n ec..r I', Y.c..r'".,,",.':' activities will begin with the All honor and wore a pale champagne U well known in Stuart having of Cleveland Avenue to complete Our Package Sto
I If '
CIAI 'IMMftttl I t.e 0"* a-, .' 0 ,:*< J-..0.": .*' :": ."i"'lS .T. School Convocation on September silk jersey gown with black recently graduated from the walk on their badges. Present
/YIMrit T'5 C' .n" *"'* ".n'"' ""'"a -" "*
7l Iw nik- I I 20 Miss Gasser I Ia the and inter white accessories Martin County High School. were Judy Arbogast, Jean Arn-
10 I.! .."-eftl!, |I'' -' |II of Mr Mrs Zola Mae Dlakeslee, Jeanne
daughter and Walter --- ----- old
w(\ S tunas t. \.1 I I S
I W Oasser Jensen Beach Clements, Patricia" Hancock
: '.J.Bi ...!I IRICOU MARK BIKER OF TAMPA :MEETS Gloria Hancock Polly Rice, Mar- eli kind.ofClend..d
______________ LABOR D4Y "'II FRY tha Pegram. Betty and Florence'
Mr and Mrs Norris Cossaboon Before an improvised altar I The Woman's Missionary society Meg gen e. e Whisks,

-- --. .- !gave! a fish fry and covered dish I banked l with pink hibiscus white I of the Baptist church met --. ----- .
I dinner on Labor Day at their periwinkles, fern and ten lighted Tuesday afternoon In the church Mrs Hyatt Smith of Mlam.
fish house on the South Fork of I candles. Miss Vermelle Fulton annex and held a stewardship was: a house guest from Fridayto + All Kinds of
the St Lade river More than 60 Labor Day of Mr. and Mrs
HARDWARE CO. was married l to Mark Baker of I meeting in charge of Mrs. C L. Gin
!guests! were present. Paul Hoenshel their home on I
in six She assisted on the E1
Tampa Friday evening a Boggess was Atlanta Avenue. .

RRIDIL SHOWER o'clock ceremony by the Rer. II.I program by Mrs. Wilson Mc- -- .
"Where Fishing Begins"Phone HONORING MKS MOORE H. Jones at the home of Mr. and! I Clure. Mrs. Ed Burgess. Mrs. L. A 8. Blair Ronney Cross, Paul g AI Bourhonst

A bridal shower honoring I Mrs Ed Burgess. of East Fifth j C. Klckliter. Mrs. Andy Plttman Thomas and his cousin and Si
38 Roisie Moore was given by Miss Street. I Mrs J. P. Blakeslee, Mrs. J. C house guest\ Vernon Thomas t
Margaret Parker and Miss Peggy J I Anthony. Jr. Mrs. W. O. Penny returned Tuesday night from I Wide 5""ction" W,
Mrs Durant Fulton playedthe I
Ulmer Bonners where they fished
Saturday at and Mrs Robert Longbottom. camp
...... the home of Miss Parker on Hibiscus nuptial music preceding the !, In the Klsslmmee river. I
i I ._
Road. St Lucie Estates. ceremony and the wedding SON BORN TO I
Cocktails and Mixed
i Pink coral vine decorated l the march. Their son. John Miller I MR. AND MRS. BOYD I II Mrs E J. Smith returned to I Drink;
WE: NOW HAVE SOME TACKLE. REPAIR WORKA rooms and an arrangement of fulton. sang. "I Love You Truly." I 1 I Mr. and Mrs Donald Boyd of : her home in St. Lucie )Estates:

SPECIALTY.efriKeration I pink with silver bells was used A reception followed and the I Port Huron Mich. announce the I yesterda afternoon from Atlanta I TOMMY SAVAS
I over the dining room table where bride and bridegroom cut the birth of a son Saturday, August I where she visited her son- '
I Miss Moore cut the bridal cake first piece of a three-tiered wedding I 31. Mrs. Boyd Is the former in-law and daughter;: Mr. andMrs
; that was served l with punch i cake topped by a diminutive Cora Slawson of this city. Edwin Pollard, to see their !'

; Service Phone: Day 216-Night 44.R-4 I The many beautiful gift were I bridall'Ouple'irlinla Burgess I newly arrived son. Mis Smith .'I
di. jvered! by the bride elect by I Ifoi. presided l at the punch bowl DITCH TREAT CLUB went there from Gainesville (after -
W All OUR RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS EACH I ;.' wing clever cue that led to More than 30 guests were present GinS BRIDGE! PARTY attending summer school nt LUMBER J VETERAf

WI.FK I DAY OVER STATION WIKA their: discovery Among tnrited'l ,': including relatives and in- The Dutch Treat Luncheon the UnIversIty of Florida.
: guests present were Evelyn j lunate friends. Mr. and Mrs Club met Thursday noon for '
5:45 P. M. Standard TimeR Butcher Mrs Charles Browning. Baker left on a wedding trip and luncheon at the Lighthouse and Mr and Mrs. J. Leon Taylor IF YOU HAVE PRIOR fcs. SEE
\ I MrDalton Anderson. Mrs on their return will be at home later played bridge at the Stu- of St. Lucie Boulevard had as'
Ra. ::-vm TUton Dorothy Suill- in Palm City. art Civic Center. Present were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. A i US FOR
___ -.:: Judy Clements of Orlando: -- Mrs. Stanley Kitching Mrs. H. Fowler and sons, Gail Reece I /
Hilda: DeLoach. Winifred Peder-, MR. AND MRS. CII.\:VDLERENTERTAIN Boyne McPherson Mrs Paul and Michael, of Clewlston. Gall Building Materials
,nr. Elaine: C'.mer.Irs. FRIENDS Is spending the balance of the
Hoenshel. Mrs. H. W. Klelfeld.
timer: Reba Moore Mr. and Mrs Ralph Chandler. week with them.
Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe Mrs.
Keeps Your Motor :Mrs Lawson Moore. ofI1am1'J who have returned after five Edgar Martin Mrs T. J. F. Ken I WE WILL DO OUR EEFOR YOl

Hubert Bruner. weeks in Canada. entertained l :a nedy, Mrs. Tracy Martyn and Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Brown of
Ha man jr. ). few friends Saturday night at Mrs. Archie Kidd. Winners of Lakeland were guest Saturday I
I G'<-er.*. Mrs Warner TOton Jr their new home on Akrur. Ave- high scores were Mrs Kitchingand of his: brother-in-law and sister I
:Mrs J D Parker and Jean nue. Mrs. McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tillman, of
Parker Akron
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j( /t I I ARE DINNER HOSTS AT CIVIC CENTER Mr. L. M. Hughes and children -

( I S. M.-c_WALL._..._CO. Mr and Mrs D S. Hudson A Jolly lot of Teen-Agers met Palm. Lyndla Beach and Perry of West
; DITCHING LAND CLEAJUNCI entertained: at dinner Friday Saturday night at the Civic Cen- were guests Sundayof
_. 1 night at their home on Riverside ter for games and dancing. The her brother and slstciInlaw
: zu NOR-H zm STREET Drive. St. Loire Estates rfr. and Mr Bernard Hinson.
young people were welcomed at
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Guests were Judge A. 0 Kanner: the registration desk by Mrs. s ii t\ '[VCRVTN+NO r0 [ "Out NOuVIRrTNIMO
0 -- i'and Edwin A. Menninge- M. Kramer and her sister. F.// Mrs Edward I Swann returned [ TO {i OYRCIgI
I ---------- Symoette. Mrs. L. Ashby Sunday to her home Castle Hill,

tl/i t I MRS. ECKESS ENTERTAINS gast was in charge of the music | -= "", -". -----.-. -...-,.,. ...
s Mrs Ernestine R. Eckels en- for dancing and was assisted j A
ertained l with a dinner party by Mrs. Carl Roth Mrs. Bernard''
s I IIn Sunday evening In honor t her Tillman and Mrs. L. D. McElI I
< cousins Mr and Mrs W..lIam fresh of Jensen Beach. ,
Cole of Waynesboro Miss who LEARN TO FLY
SIN Ala -'ii/ were motoring through F.orida MISS FULTON COMPLIMENTED -
Building a New i I on their: wedding trip Otherguests BY NUPTIAL: SHOWER [
>f j included her pareirMr. Miss Vermelle Fulton was
Home Be Sure of
fi and Mrs E. J. Rlcou. anti! Mr. complimented Thursday afternoon ,I
Four Corner Stones I and Mrs. Brooks Brown of Miami with a nuptial shower REASONABLE RATES
given by Mrs. J. F. Bozone and
NEW PREMIUM -Good Land, CHESTER R.XDOLPIJ'JTIU I Mrs. Ed Burgess. at the former's
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Good Plans, Good ARRIVED: IO. o.YI .
I, Mr and Mrs Ross Witham of
Construction;and California Avenue announce the ROTARY CLUB

SINCLAIR birth of a son. Chester Randolph STOAKT N*. S201 '
Thursday .
Augu-t 29 r > HI HOL..S ILL
t at the Martin County Hopltal.Mrs. --. FlED STAFFORD I'

Witham is the former JAMES PECRAM.Pr.nA.nr S.,.
t Mabel Blasko of Palm City I G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS


B. D. FULTON Agent a

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I tlWI et PAL NEWS and :MRS. TRACY MARTIN/, Society Editor

lyIA Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News firms office for this before,, paper noun. must on.reach Wednesday the nrmtpapri I

IBM( ,,IV '-.11' been Vlslt- i Carole Smith ha returned to] HELEN "" *4C* n\snB* *vu t

1 U5lni! M and Mrs., her home In Rio, after visiting I \\RHS; McCtltorciII BIRTIIDAV Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rollings- Mr. and Mrs Carl Bess re-I I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Clonts St. Vincents Hospital In Jacksonville Miss Ida Newman was called to t
111'York City her brother-in-law worth of Charlotte, N. C., after turned Friday to their home in ,
/ motored to Tallahassee i
Helen to
ids\ IJ'' and sister. I M mother. 111'> Clew from I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wykoff I ed her eleventh birthday Satur days at the Atlantic Port Sewall from an extended bring home their daughter Dor- orily. I her sister.

f d far''! 1 pelt end has and her uncle and aunt. Mr day afternoon by entertaining Coul.tleft Friday for Daytona trip through Nova Scotia, New othy, Sunday, who has spent -- ---. "" --
to Beach.
. Id home j and Mrs. Kuster In Rio at her home on Cleveland ave,, Brunswick, Quebec Ontario, Detroit five weeks at the Florida State
.IPC i A beautiful birthday Chicago and St. Louis Music Camp.
mka' rfo- I Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Fogt and While in Canada \4'FOR
camping they
corated with Plnka'c ; -
l and Son Michael, have I
returned to
shot a deer saw many moose POWER SKIFFS
flowers was Mr. and Mrs William Cole of
with Ice
J I i their home on Seminole Avenue and bear and caught:: loads ot I
Cash For
ItTI ;ighest Your CatWON'T : cream, nuts and punch. dames! from Anna, Ohio, after visiting salmon and trout. Waynesboro, Miss., who were
were played enroute from Miami their
I each guest was his mother, Mrs. L. A. Fogt,
presented wedding trip, were week end
TAKE FIVE MINUTES a composition book and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I and a bag of jacks, after which R. S. Derlnger. Paul Witham left Sunday with I guests of his cousin Mrs. Ernes '
f can pay "you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which I the guests vein taken to the his daughter, Mrs. Kenneth tine Eckess, and aunt and uncle, RIVER FISHING

is *i much. you can get anywhere and theatre matinee Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dehon Knapp, and children, Garry and Mr. and rMs. E. J. Rlcou.

STAY WITHIN THE LAW Thost pre'''ut were Isabel I and children Sondia and Artie, Gay who have been the guest -
Mathers Jean \\\'Us, Heland and are expected home tomorrow of her grandmother Mrs. Home Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hackett ;
T SUNRISE MOTOR CO. Barbara Cob \', carol Chason, from vacationing In Brevard Witham, for Santiago, to loin and children Phillip and Agnes ,
Carol Mann. Florence and Betty Moiganton N. C., Columbia, and I her husband. of West Palm Beach have movedto
311.25 South Dixie Meggett Pat and Gloria Hancock Hampton S. C. -- Stuart and rented Mrs. Ern- STUART BOAT RENTALS !

Fierce, Fla. Telephone 190 Jane Morrison i Jollne Kick- Mrs. M. J. Morrison returned estine R. Eckess' apartment on

I I liter Barbara Leighton Zola George W. Green of Atlanta Thursday from the Good Samar- West Fourth Street. Frazier Creek at U. S. Highway No. 1 t 1
-. Mae Blakeslec' Bunny McCul- Avenue left Tuesday to visit his itan Hospital, where she has -C- .
lough, Mrs Marie McCullough son end daughter, In his old been for two weeks to her homeon Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Jud- (Rear of Gulf Filling Station)
l and Mrs. R B McCullough. home town Reading Penn. California Avenue. son returned Thursday to their

& --- - home on East Fifth Street from I SMALL BOATS FOR RENT B
ervice Repairson three weeks In their home town
Dr and MI-+ n. H. Hlpson Robert Cadwell,ex-service man Mrs. Andreu Catala Is visitingher 1
who have !been visiting their sons who spent the summer In New Woodbury Conn and visiting
s Haven, son-in-law and daughter their son-in-law and daughter FOR RIVER FISHING ONLYBY
4f in-law and daughter, Mr. and Conn, is returning Sun- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Yardley In
your Mrs. Robert S Kraskey In New day to the home of his parents, Wachula MM is the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Proon In

Jor|; r Electric Motors, Range Units and York City and his sisters In Mr and Mrs. Orrin B. Cadwell former Carmen Yardley Cabre, Jenkins Stanford, and Dr. and Mrs. L. W. HOUR-DAY-OR WEEK
in Newton, Conn.
Norwalk, (Conn returned Satur- of Palm City
all small AppliancesGIVE : day to their home on Rlvervlew -e- -e- --C-
Road. Miss Judy Clements of Orlando Robert McCue of Chicago Edward H. Cossaboon returned

US A TRIAL was the guest over Labor nephew of Arthur Phillips ot Sunday from Fortesque, N. J.,
Day week end of her grandmother Edenlawn, and his mother, Mrs. where he spent the summer.
Mrs. Ralph Cross and son, Mrs George McCue were guests sev- e- ATOMIC TRIO GRAINS OF WISDOM"A
Clements and
-- Johnny, returned Friday after the eral days last week of Mr. Phil- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hllde-
f a long visit In Indianapolis, Ind., at aunts their home Meggetts on California and Bruners Ave-, lips and Mr. and Mrs. Dumond brandt and two children of Smile A Wave of the Hand, and Someone is made

I with her relathes nue. Merwln. Mrs. Merwln flew to Miami arrived Friday to spend the Happier"A

tto Radio and Appliance Co. I Mr. I Lantana with Robert and Mr. a week visiting her brother and Smile A Sale, A Ring of the Cash Register, and We
Mrs Phillip Chad. Vincent A. Clarke of Detroit Merwln motored to West Palm sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
I bourn and daughter of Conquest Avenue left Monday for a Phila- Beach to put Mrs. McCue on the Henry Crews, at their home In both will be happy when you deal with the Atomic
11 Keel. A'*. Opposite Fire Dept. .1 Md, where they owned the delphia Hospital to undergo an train for Chicago. Mr. Merwln Palm City. Trio.
Greenwood Plantation of returned home with Robert In
> 300 operation.Mrs. -C- Look hard at this picture of the Atomic Trio in front
acres, have arrived in Stuart his plane. Frank Cheek arrived from
VIl I and bought a home, but are R. M. Evans and son, Nashville Saturday to visit his of the Stuart Feed Stores

Convuli 'in'!, Exclusive Floor :Maintenance Specialist t living In Jensen Beach until their Roman McCullough Evans, have Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clements nephew, Plckslay Cheek and
house Is vacated returned to their home 1 rlne after visiting her husbands ,having as guests his brother and Sewall's Point.

; Fred L. Hall of (he Hall's Electric parents, Mr. and Mrs R. B. Mc sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jul- -C-
fPARBRITERODUCTS Service -p(nt Wednesdayand Cullough of Seminole Avenue. ian J. Clements, and daughter' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tillman and

I Thursday in Miami on business -C- Judy, of West Palm Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tyre of West
Joe Constance, who has been Palm Beach went to Lake Okee-
I & SERVICE -- visiting friends In Philadelphiaand Robert Barker of JacksonvilleIs chobee on a fishing trip Monday -

I "I LOST 52 Atlantic City for two weeks, here on business and the .

infMMCRO BEACH FLORIDA Box No. 377 WEAR sire 14 has returned. house guest of his mother, Mrs -C-
5a5. C.D. WILLI,n M. J. Morrison and daughters,
A..Ic....* Robert Skelton and Mr. Skel-
l lea Yo.,rsTdKF1 J '.'., .J.LbSO'i I l l7h Mrs. Ray Brown and children ton. Sunday evening they were Betty, Jane and Nancy, returned
ORS anded and finished by Sparbrite. Floors l..l "- lpD4...;. ;" : ? oi West Palm Beach, were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. home Thursday from Henderson-
sad, \vf d, and polished also. '. arn .nneft,!:::tie., dn.:are: :?,i!.i,: day guests Thursday of her parenu Ray Robertson of Jensen Beach. vllle, after spending two weeks
but 0', ao,ln*tlie. .,,AVlj> ., ,. Mi and Mrs. C. C. Brownof Mrs. Barker and daughter. Barbara visiting his mother, Mrs. Emily
cleaned carefully. Tacked down rugs cleaned I line I ;1 ;; Mndn.t d 1 r Seminole Avenue. The Browns are visiting her parents in Morrison and his sisters and See It777? You Don't?? ? Look Carefullyt Can'tsee
they ire. Special rates for quantity work. aML:; 10" lle ruse'11,pOund., INprMnl I have bought a new home on 35th Savannah during his absence. brothers. it yet??? Then we suggest you come to 136 N.
....... .. .
I ln/ew ( street in West Palm Beach. -
tee. A"'" '''.. .Lt..b -C- Flagler Avenue and see us in person. After all pictures -
:line and polishing machine for rent. eww/eP.,-. ] Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Brown
.. Mrs. H. W. Schwab arrived do lie, Don't they
11 nA Uu Avdl FkM ran door N'I Mr and Mrs. J. F. Wester and I of Miami were week end guests
o, incectindes, household cleaning materials in- .ee rtdl -
from her home In Free-
I =... = = Monday
bultrr: of his
Mraplif cudvwa aunt Mrs. Ernestine R.
nlal equipment for sale. It. .m",', .nd own Mhrii daughter of Glendale, spent mansburg Penn. to visit her son WE HAVE FOR YOU THIS WEEKEND
I -..3. P8s dab.M..Vii'i! .j*4u Ion''. Labor Day week end visiting; his Eckess of West Fourth Street.
?' W do .unni dAM and daughter-in-law Mr. and A full car of Wayne Feed on hand at new low prices.
Sparbrite the House dedicated to the ,! SSnTii, It., ::. '\,tl- xm "i iUUNfcY '.my I sister Mrs. Arthur Refllch and -- -
Mrs. H. W. Schawb, Jr., and son,
Gratification of Your Hornet! D"I I Mr. Hefllch In St. Petersburg. Warren at their home on Styp- Mr. and Mrs. Plck&lay Cheek Example Layer Mash 100 Ibs. $5.80. A savings of
Co.-Phone .
Stuart Drug 11 of Sewall's Point have for their
Tear Out This Ad As A Evans Crary motored to mann Boulevard. winter guest his niece Helen $.15 since last week.If .

Reminder I Cashiers N. C.. Friday night to -C- Cheek Forker of Nashville, who You Have Been Buying: the Best, We Don't Recall
get his wife and sons who were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabre and will attend school here. Your Getting It Here.
/ guests of Mrs. Edwin A. Men- Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rein who -
ninger. They returned by Jack- spent two weeks visiting Mr Returning Saturday from Tall-
sonville and left their son Cadet and Mrs. Jerry Smith at their ahassee, where they spent five
"ge i 1 < .m.. i H r.v.i. *
I Greenboro, N. C. home and
Sargeant Evans Crary, Jr., at motoring weeks at the Florida State Music
Bolles School, where he reported through the Smoky Camp were Emily Morrison I
early for football practice Mountains, returned home Sat- Janice Arbogast, Jeannett Rue
-. urday. and Debris Bartlett. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Christmas, -C- --C-- I
who have sold their home on Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eden- I'
Seminole Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Jr., had as guests Labor Day field and children returned KENNEWSTIMMELt
Lee Roe have retunred to their week end, her brotherinlawand Labor Day from their summer I ;.
pit former (home In Harriman, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald home In Keystone Heights. I a
Tenn. Mr Christmas has Atkinson and daughter. Linda, ;
bought a house from Major Bert of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Pom- Mrs. Walter Johns of the KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210
Krueger on Alamanda Way to eroy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, France Apartments, who Is In
give to his daughter Mrs Gene P. Mendel, came up Saturday to .
Lewis. spend two weeks. "i n"l ""'1inJ'I! ; -




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might as well invite Hitler or Hirohito to bomb I

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different! It's faster! It's thrilling. SENSATION
Like tinder during dry weather, the woods are ready to cuts grass with the new "whirling blade" method. Your f
than fifth lawn will look like a green velvet carpet. There it no
burst into More a
flame from the merest spark. need for raking either for SENSATION cuts the clippings -
of Our destructive forest fires are started by careless smokers. into a fine mulch that protects grass roots from the \ I
suns hot rays and helps keep your lawn thick and healthy. HALL'SELECTRIC
.Perhaps it is more important to protect cutover SENSATION cuts the average lawn in thirty minutes

where new seedlings are starting, than to safeguard standsof and eliminates: practically all hand trimming. Come in -.; "
and see our display of SENSATION Gasoline and Elec- I
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forest crops of tomorrow. See for yourself what SENSATION will do righton SERVICE

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PAGE TWtLA & STTAJtT !?Lien. STC1KT Urtm County, t"1..0RUU. THTRSDAT, SEPT. 5, IMS

t -10.-I I RECORD CARDS ARE boat with a aaci a* They press afenU seeking to get Ever since, try as we may. we J Gene Oreen writes from More- tually Impossible do work.to find .1 I HI the vacant iota ta !tt,
beast comet that to '"tt WM em, N C. (he la the crip- man to any of Stuart.
j ." : AVAILABLE NOW FOR somrttunc for nothing for ,Just gotta open head City Make each i lot

:' LYRIC :SOCIAL SECURITY a nestri tar Wet Amass' fkcaaa war B able to pay for It pled lad who sang at the Victory a flat price and get torn! .
Teaaa'to wishes to And there sure Is plenty to be ling down
best weed
v* opeaad an enTetope that CapL Victor P. Lance writes Hotel i sending and c:
f Visiting Stuart on the regcdar I Me .nothl.g. la tt from Southport N. C, that his friends. done. Well' bet a pretty that an up. Hard Work> Sure,
It was who would needs
Mepaeg ttfk what ssN0lhlsg enterprising get to be
l I. THEATRE Itinerant 8t&Uon-W Dell and we will be seeing us all again done and..
mass M ear oath -I,.BlaaJ6 Irss agate bareau or other the Thing that gets us down the up a husky clean up squad to terprUeadarngooaii
In November. He'a fishing '
I third Tuesdays of the month, at ,.+aB01h Ctsh 7hae.day ptaatMed wttb that "penalty for private ":MoJ." up there, but reports"a hardest these days is reading make a good living cleaning up I be made at It ,1
\ ; t ten clock In the court> ..... ease We -
PROGRAM FOR mat pYegaesupsears111g DM to avoM payment of postage bad season here on accountof about all the unemployment =---
Court House Kenneth F Valentine terse -c tr ao in the right band rotten weather all the time" compensation) when It',vir- i
THIS WEEK manager oJbe West to the :Satal! ofiEknts trAs tMk ceraer where a postage stamp Building

, Palm Beach Field Office win !pan to yMMtatfega of ttte fieW ought to be--bat Just full of ReplacementCosts

have a supply of post carts to I-MIll tstad :her toi. elate plain old emptiness. What a T..e'tRE MOVING IT :

FRIDAY-SATURDAY ,I be used In requesting a statement -'land catch: a saiLftsb. tt seems rear! If they an came thatway NEARER "ftJE WIRA Have Increased!
; abo.1Dc.e rec dial wwcMstotft taCasA attey our eight arm would not ;' OFFICE SO :1 CAN

SEPTEMBER 6.7 lords, Since' retirement benefit : of Kasaaa )titer ..*.. al- get sore tOMfe* the staff In GET HOME SooNER/ ARE YOU

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE are based on the worker's aw- 'e.tagy a tweet iniTflilsinf to-' the waeteteMket. TO USTErt TO Stuart Office I

t ,age monthly wage it Is to leis mate ftajB._ tt s goad to look .

,*" 'I FEATURE NO.1 advantage' to know that all of 'forvu ta the .ay .... ip.rt*I, Way do we open this flood of WIRA Bat Bros. Carrying EnoughINSURANCE

''' his wages have been pmpet -Oftdc4g ..-.sa 1M Gar-' ma&Why not Just sort out 231 Seminole
1 |
oI IF YOU'RE I reported and posted to bis Social ,Weed. to M_aft ar air !rem SevTotkai : those letters plainly marked on

Security Account. lTteaga the face in each a way u to be I V Are ?
"These cards may be' worth aasatBtakaMy valid. Wen folks,

hundreds of dollars in beaeOn -. rIId.p- seer we tossed one in the waste- !'; Phone

YOU CAN to the worker". stated Mr. Valentine I peseta t. ac. te aimsBC a Mehasdi basket. Then our conscience and I ___ THEODORE DEHON & SON

They are free for the of saaB-_ per teat ml oar cariosity got the best of us.! REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

FIND IT asking and the Social Secartly ;, which is aMi":r rrMHB3tb and we snitched tt out again, y 209 DEHON BLDG.

Administration is glad to have n...smtk. riff (root tfecmTsarai opened It-and out tea' a check, STUART FLORIDA PHONE
worKers make this annual cheek! 9ttaCr saJutf with! than which there alnt no than ,
'. heir wage' records Too mart tree pcadinrr Kara* hem whither valid communication.,:. J.,0

t \ours at the Court House on j jJ --- -
ieicUor phone or write B*
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DOLLARS e ';K""c! : .::J&( A"Q PATRONIZE


a r.FEATI'RE The Miami office of CMBaa

kp blue pencil liberally last

eek approving four project

a .\ailing J1S600 and drJIIJ''! --

.4: Dialling $559.140Editorial C'1 CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT SUMMER I '
Herby's Lunch I BATEMAN
tio t j I h Uncle Billy sez. .

B..I"... ... W.rlbr M.... CONSTRUCTION C
*iJlJ. I Desk ExceBeat Food -a" Taxi .-. (Copri.ltl 1141 b A..I.. F..,.". Ce JJ,.,.', pro4netkm. _Itly.., I
I' ...hlh"'" Lunch and Dinner' ROAD AND MAJtme CO-
Odds and Ends HDW feat vita
j ac.a1loZlC..n-. aas.AnsLtr WILSON AT JCMSCJHBAIHCW Oh, for th life of A Congressman TRY OUR $t.00 STEAK DINNER

REN I( CURTIS lift POHHUI/ BEACH AMD fISHING No softer Job since th All Fled CM*..* I. Slikt Ol I I LAND CLEARING
oa..a'rw,e a ..
Carlton Mont mho Customer CUn C-rt*
writes ;
acne *
World began! He travels style, .
; aQmL&. 52.0O Up To 5 People Elflctot S.r.lc. GRADING
CARTOON"SPRINGTIME the always interes-ng "MaotT 1; PHONE' MMMS t./, and dines on th' best, for he's I
FOR Says column in the Miami Daily I L CLEMENTS Aso w-.ey Or __p paid by th' mile as he romps ONE Vhf WILL YOU Cc.NVINCE I ESTIMATES StBMITTB'
I THOMAS"' News praised Stuart Kiwaaians. A_ home treat' And then,when
i fames. L-way' TO JENSEN. you F..aI. HI-We N. I I P. O Bo. I1M F.4 mlW-l
Friday for accomplishing your I write to th' Honorable' Sir,whether IJ (

SERIAL programs:' Accompanied by| t'pralse or complain, you:
President Sidney Holland of tie it doesnt -
put on a stamp or get
CHAPTER NO 8 Hollywood Kiwanis Club. of HOME BUILDING PITCHFORD'S I fur, tho it's cash for his next

"JUNGLE RAIDERS" which he is a member Monty. campaign! But not so with\ him. Jensen Hdwe.SURE StuartService
S- .
spoke warmly of Stuans subconsciously : when he writes to you-this
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friendly attitude to HIGBEEVORTHA& postage expense be' c'n trim- Statio

SUNDAY-MONDAY the. visitor"I: FOB BENT he signs his own name and I
I Cottage and Boats FRANKS 'er right thru so UncleSam' TRY THEM THEY GULF PRODUCTS
SEPTEMBER 8.9 George Keith absent for two \ I
profit is slim!
WHOLESALE sod artaaSeafood
glotou fcetha months on vacation and General Contracting Oh fer th' life of a Congress ARE MORE THAN

\ G A Alfa' 1 ust now getting back to par I II tad a.,....r. man-on terms he c'n serve APT TO HAVE IT.
gdce Bait Fer Sale
.I, nMUSICAL after a seige of illness took thers nary a ban! While foes Quick Road Sernci
<2.', I over Stuart Kiwanis Cteb I P. O Box 632I JENSEN V I
; BEACHAT VI spend the r kale to woo Tom an'Dlct W. G. REIN
Jensen Beach Mr
: presidency reins again Friday Pho.e +4-R
George was warm in appreciation :
that pretty slick? If he be right ,
:,.< ... ,, of fellow members for smart-at least not too dumb-he need never part with th' seat
carrving out the program bes wont I And now he has voted to quit in July, and VISIT th' I

his absence ln'l SUNRAYJALOUSIES JOINMARTIN rest of th s year--peers t'me like he is ridln' us HIGH, and hU COMPLETE
r j Electric and Refrigeration Stuart
tf d, SERVICE a Jeetle mite DEAR! I
Mr Frank McCord Pater tol,,I COUNTY Oh. far th' life of a Congressman SWEETER JOB since th SERVICENo

\ her pals I has ben doing ber nil : CHAMBER of World began! His work is so breezy' -Just gabbln' all day-seems Job Too Large Or Auto Camp

to help f't'e vets Mrs MeCord ADO _"IT. centre A..D COMMERCEServing so dang easy, to me anyway I If he had to farm forty acres of Too Small

: ;Yy"" has notarizing without I:1 %'.*u.t To.taD.ts *VOLB T awa&a. nonet tm. dirt, and tend to th' chickens an' cows, he'd mighty soon learn HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC Modern Cottages

charge all veteran application SUNRAY SHUTTERS Every Progressive how HIGH PRICES HURT as result of his zany pow-wows! What And Trailer Court

forms processed through the 1 Interest in This could be SWLUTUK-when he didn't like his little TEN THOUSAND CO. RENTAL BY DAY WW
Veteran Service office In tie j jI ESTIMATES smaimSuray Area Twer-nt HAY)-DID HE CONSULT US or 00 OUT ON STRIKE? Day Phone MONTH

I I court. hcusr I'' Shatter PresidentT. -OH. NO!-Lucky boy HE RAISED HIS OWN PAY! Hobe Sound 3271 ALL CONVENIENCE
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make a tree-but in sincerity I L O .o.y Stuart 185-J

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remove one Have yon ever Web Ordway Robertson's SEEr

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I Tt'xas-I know you will be interested I Friday

I to learn that on Friday
I July 26th. one of our boats with

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record we believe for
tOpp i ia Is Offered to NEAR. LET US
part of the Atlantic Coast Co.SERVICE you
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Winfleld S. Hamlln." REBUILD
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but $5 FOR TWO Om. Of TtorUo Flanl". Prompt -
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charter craft came In Vying with what foes on in I ,
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I less than five' flags-and ao erDIDE harts County Post Office Arcade I Stuart Taxi Stand

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