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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[DELIVERY Rogers Acts To Get Murphy CITY FATHERS uiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiMii BILL STERN SHORT Churches Turned Into ClassroomsAs ,

:SHOWS FISHING IN

lAIN EO BY.INSPECTOR ;: Buildings For School Use URGED TO ACTON STREAM OFF STUART I

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.-. Ihr ,Rill Stern Spurt! !hurt School Seeks Murphy BuildingsTo

WESTERN" mi Stuart sailfishmc, made
7r. a. r+.. now. CITY PARK AREA hire list, winter ,Is now bring

fcliown on the nitmit sirrrnsltlmiiKli House Overflow Of YoungstersSTUART 4
LJ UNION
: \ no official annuunirmrnl -
Post Office .
.,,?o Heal. ._, __ __ _, __ Meeting Called For 8 o'clock hail hrni rrteiv
Official On City ILF.::;---....-...-----.-..-"" ---.-"-_.-=........-_ __. Tonight To Confer nl! hrrr of the films release
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Survey With Langberg la. prrnntrr al Ihr Itrlt I was

Postal In- j the or4glnal. | plant l.rnvrr King SCHOOL Largest Pupil RegistrationIn
.rt: 1 13<') SEP 9 PM 4 32 A''' a spirited meeting of I the of Stuart rrpnrlrd' that lie

,; .11'. i. a survey : MZ38 59 OOVT I EXTRA city cnmmlsison last night some Kan the short al a Miami' Recorded
BL
n, the Postike WA8HIKOTON DC I' 4U4P County History
t 25 citizens joined In urging the theatre HUH wrrk I INCREASES 15 % .
to Studnesday'1- !
J riot ROSCOE ROLLINS city fathers to set aside the Its a smell movie;' said

:ar.a; ., A !! SUPERINTENDENT Service club area for park pur- ( rovir, "and should "N> Stuart .\i II uipit,., <.il It. l'lt'd t l'IlI'olir.1l'ut in 111.-:1::lIill'\, \ ,.ih"ol imi ,
of esi OF BOARD OF tI
D ess PUBLIC 1ilSTRVCTIQYMARTIN pt se* Following the passage of a lot nf (null, Intillril: DasUshlnj !IN ENROLLMENT --I,' l 11\\! d lilt," tht, IJ.i),IM i church aiul I pl-mpul I'mici

:: i I. deliveryin I COUNTY SI I.*RT FLO the utility tax which will give at "tuarl. loritla I ; It ,n'" while ,ch'n'I, t.I a;I l'tc'in Imi' urine ii vs't' niiMii li

they city about S10.000 a sear shows a fishing party hratlmgdown --- I hl'-. I'II luxe-iiny) of (' .1": any RF TEL CONVERSATION JUST TALKED WITH COOK WHO earmarked to develop the Civil! river and nut (lie Inlet 75 New Pupils Forces Use 10,1, t I"i ,.li",1,| Itoaiil.
t ? .' city will ADVISED THAT HE WOULD GET BUSY PROCESSING BUILDINGS Censer and to construct a yacht talrlnn( dolphin, kingfish and I, Of Churchea As ---- The increased enrollmon ,
he said I T-221 AND T-289 WITH ThE HOPE THEY basin. sailfish with of
:.c WOULD BE IN spokesmen emphatlcallv plenty I ClassroomsSchool 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111lJN not unexpected and Bllpl i(
Co itues here I YOUR HANDS IN TEN DAYS. HE SUGGESTED THAT YOU CALL expressed the opinion that the Jumping( sailfish shuts" -- I II roc Rollins began nett.'.' .
:3 sale existregard KIM AND HE WOULD GIVE YOU HOLE STORY ON ALL THREE money be used to obtain all the I I bells Monday morning I ) I lOOIBMI. S( IU.IIt'U; last April with federal ., ,, II i r.',-'

;.. to BUILDINGS HIS !NUMBER: IS REPUBLIC 500 EXTENSION riverfront land from the Service JllllillllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIREARDON t called some 1300 children allover y or1.It'flS: in 'rlrElll'sSept. ,I ties to obtain the school I"t tnigs ,

'requirement: i 71804 EWARD COOK REGARDS- club to the railroad bridge for OPENSINSURANCE I Martin county back to class [ 20-Okitihohie- Hit' at the camp. Slow!) I b "it I.,

HATTIE :MAE COKE SECRETARY DWIGHT I L ROGERS MC public purposes OFFICE rooms which were bulging with I tvpt| l. 17-Belle Glade here parently successfully tin i 1".
.ervlce in Commlsioners stated that they here' continued but u I.'":
y-.I 1 about 1.000 a couple of years age. i! trey 4 Melbourne: tossing ".
-- had been negotiating for monthsto Jnini', H Rtardnn li who s u,- The central high school at Stuart I Ol't. 11 Tilu+title here enough to meet the deir.,..<"'

.uppe :reduced i SAFETY SERVICEFOR obtain the lots from the varl- con returned to civil life from -where all pupils above the I Oct is-\ ens. IJeaih There the opening of school. ,\ ,

:tatl: \ Hartman STATE IS READY BOATMEN NEW our owners and had been sue- Naval sniiro. has hrrn appointed sixth grade are brought for junIor Od. 23 ( 'lest lston There distance phone call to tl" 'I'i itif .
;:;In. \. previous AUXILIARY PLAN cestful In several cases and hat! rtprr tiitivr of the Efiult- and senior high school wurK : \<1V, 1-lIl'lra lU.nh IIcle Representative DvUnh' I: .

hzr > tit in form- hopes of settlement of others able I."lie Assurance Society, and showed the largest increase. \,,\'. R Pihokre There brought action.It .

1 .Imo' i I''al' ; CONSIDER 2 IhrlocilC) .'is' Guard Auxiliary Published requests to the War has ",p
:1aI: no not havei will take part in a nation Department by Maurice Lang- If'rfml /riiilldinu, I'l'arl1oWilli: axsocutt" than at the close of school last\ SKV ?1-!Sn, Kiuwaril, \ 1'ht'l'c ings may be released! by II,. I'.
:I 'i" warrant wide courier' motorboat Inspection ; berg for permit to build a pier with Sunrise Inn from yeai Ml home (tames talleil for< Assets Adminstratlun will.. "

:'wenof 'ROAD! PROJECTS admire, inspecting local with a shed on the end of It ne'e' 13J5 to, 1942, and reverted to inactive Principal Erwin Johnwlck cc-i' 8 I p. in. (lip this for your hill- next ten days and workm' J

) t.. r; he! popu- craft on request to see If they the railroad bridge was protested siadiH U8 n Lieut Commander ported a total of 521 pupils enrolled I ft.ltl acid r"lIothe riser begin at once on movln,
9as: .n reached ('amply.lth regulations of the Several stated that the site In 1 line Naval Reserve on this week as compared 10 i !se-istm titkcts lur all tell buildings to the Stuart c, ".1'i
the front door of the the Juice 21. Illfl! Hr I Is resilient of 'i sale for 51.50,
was city B
M'' uch stlpu- Widening of Dixie and Paving Motor Boat Act 443 when the school years ended nanits no\\ un Mr. Rollins told the New i "
ipproach which was tarsi cen by Sttiai, AI" h T home In St Lucle
is 'H reels had that, due to the crltlenage '
Indiantown Road "This will not be a policing last May. The Oth grade alon : JIIIIIIII.lililllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllPARKS:.
::t., ." city and. train passengers and motorists, F.II"" of building Inateri.J-I
'I On List unit: said Commander II C has 25 more pupils than laH t
moose that Beckman, but a helpful sert- and that a fish house and fish \cai Asked If records demit; camp bulldiiiRs seemed It-

II < the bene- The State Road Department Ice Trained Auxiliary member business adjoining thr spn' PATROL IS BUSY allY cause for the Influx ol mI '.' SUBJECT solution fur mori :s|1'101"
named for a yacht basin w"\lld I I ,
than i
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.OJ ;ht' extent lie Is mini gri'll'
will consider inclusion 01> two will go over I the regulations\ fromA I imllles Mr. Johnwiik statrd'h.lt
the of 'h''
;) m their |i I to Z with the boat owner and depreciate beauty i the many leRistiation 'ani pelting: them
vital Martin county projects in park. Another set forth diner, .
act receptacles' inspect his equipment, placinga NABBING MIXERS (ci! new students stated that ''h CHAMBER' MEET The (ttra biillcllim& u'
.tea'r i I next y'ear's bUdget-and beginwoik sticker on the craft If It passes to children playing: In the p ri; r."mlly owned their own hlll1l'' In/ tin .It,']urtin! lit ','a'"
K tor foot on them early in the yearIf ad 1 test and advising the owner with fish trucks running thrr'i"1c Wt particular[ noticed thhe story, 35 x K fort ail/ .

'1 i areas like ':, Martin county will get what to do to bring it up to the lent::h of the park GAS AND LIQUOR said. "as It appeared so mall:; MONDAY NIGHT lacy I G icllitles and I 11syi I J'' "

F"nr/ I II IN i rlghts-of-, Senator Evans si.uff Craft will be inspected Af'T dUcusMiiK\ zoning 1.t 1.\, times on the blanks:' >i
I| Crary told Stuart Kiwanlaiisi only on request and will not b-. tvp" "f constructi' pt"rml"I"1 I The state law limits the mini. There is tn I

I i! Frlda>'. ported if f tincl\ out of line bu' b>' the city in the area awl |pOi.I' :.- HlliWHV prri
ONTO N HEAD I The widening of the old Dixi. the ownei s will b< ,uiu,ed wh..' '' : 'I..." ; III I Early: Morning Mrs. H B. Kraft was employee |, Officials Will Speak To and they wire eunatrull'-' "
highway through\ Stuart and to do to 1 piss [formal' : intptctton WrrfnCllrlitY to take the overflow ol Public Group ile o..vern:11C'l1t 11tlSuO :

the completion of Indlantown the :lid and 4th grades She is Pnilt.s and Hci 'nlion" mi- *. eru ", beltIh1; 1 ,

1S CLUBIHEXTYEAR ro .d from Stuart to Tropic} LAST SITES FOR ftii federal highway north of i teaching 20 children In the Baptist I ipioviment for Mai tin County building materials had .. ,
Farms stand a chance of geltlni.tht BLACK MARKETCAUSES Stuart wa decidedly unsafe In I 1 church where they are taken will be the program subject of On building still hu- I n!.

green light If local interests a couple ot hours! of; mayhem each morning by school bus. the open meeting at 8 o'clock classroom tables used ,u'

"..n' clear the decks by securm HOMER! JOHNSON alter' midnlcht: early Wednesday Mrs. Virginia Brock has 20 I next Monday night Sept, 18. soldier students and tJ\ ". '
rlghts-of-ws COST OF has larte-slzed electi<
a
mornlnc\ 4th graders, and Mis E. J. Smith The program 1 Is being present-
Count Road Superintendent State highway Patrolman : 20 3rd grade pupils In the Epis- I, ed by a committee composed of gerator all of which will b< ;
[ Officer Will Attend A. A Hendo! contacted toda\ SET FOR FRIDAY ClYde Plrtle of Stuart arrestedJa copal parish house which has (I Edward Mapp, chairman Erwin to the county school bou'! :
Mid-October ,, st "ed that about 50 per cent of.f fth HOMES TO SOARShrigley 'tics C. Faulkner, jr, 23 ofMount II t been temporally partitioned and Johnwlck. and Phil Maxwell "100 per cent discount lSim

Convention Indlantown road easement I I Airy I N C, when his 1942I equipped with desks On the program will be Arthur 'i way of saying "ft "

i ha /e been secured, and that hide I la-t ritfs will bi t'"ndu'"I! .1'< I told sedan failed to make the ,i An enrollment I I Sims, representing the county, nothing:'
anticipated all
1'yt:, \ president otub artment is working on tin Blames "Non-Deal- J":in*' F'in ral chapel! at 3.3U '0- curve at north city limits. Faulk- 24 the second grade totaled 37 Edwin A. Menninger, who will A third building Is ''i'

''K..a with Phil ret. winder er Channels" For :ucrrow afternoon for Homrr t' i i nee suffered a lacerated left Mrs in Charles Kindred will take speak for the park board, and sought It is specified a 'I I.

11 Urtt ):Mdent : 'he SO.foot rlght-ot-wa)' asked Price Spiral Johnson 70. who died Wednesda hand and several arm abrasions the overflow from this grade, I I L. B Eurlt the city government and Is a one-stor, 43 x I';:,
111\1\ ','ri I dlrectois by the State through Stuart W i rooming at his Oiteola ave. : and $430 damage to his car. Af- ,I Reports of committees on structure, known as the !I.
beginning next week So far the
Irm ,'t Cecil Johns, ; iplicated by the fact that 'he present high co: ol nome ''home after a long; illness The I tee medical treatment, he pleaded beginner class is the only one,': street lighting advertising, and building; If It Is obtained

d coxBu: Porter, T. T fat es of several buildings must construction: is directl attubut- ', RI \'. W'. O Adride! Methodist '!I guilty to charges: was fined {i which hit the expected openlnu! other improvement plans will seems likely at present -- ,

:riot Ktcklller Alf be removed and the structure able to the high prices contractors black-;: pastor, will officiate Burial will *135 for driving while InloxlI I registration figure light!! on the I I be heard. be used for a manual ar
the
In
f 0' \\ Parks, jr., i set back-unless the wldenlimi are paying be In Fern Hill cemetery I cared, and an additional $23 foi I The cntlie membership of the at the high school It is Ct"1| t I .'
!! K i I car effected by mining over market: Al Shrlgle local lum- ,, tailing to have a drivers license I II nose with 40 The pilncipal reminded :, Chamber and the public al larue with machine suitable ft,",
native of Warm GA.lilt. tint children
said These materials A Spring: parents again .
today
1 nom its were made th F.E.C, Railway tracks suf- ber dealer 1\\hilelnvestigattnglhcFaulk-- : : I is Invited Refreshments will b: dent use in the manual at'
from
I Johnson here
came enter school now II the i
often ungraded anJ may
toxll needed clearan are ; ne" wreck. Pirtle stopped Claude,
) a mmlttee com- flc ently to give the : served vocational: classes
Brunswick Ga In 1921 a* con- i will be 6 old by Jan. 9 I
years
1W I, Is being of Inferior qualityThe ''O. Hardy, 28 tort Pierce, driving
t 'e I L. Decker, .e. This latter angle I The first two buildings tplaced ''
actual Increased cost of sttuction foreman with the State I : II I not Jan 1 as ,u first\ innuunced ,
JTOi.Mnm. local commit a 1948 Fort pickup charged '
with elcc- In' "stlgated by a the
son building materials In I Erginermg department to start I' Three additional teachers' arc I i UTILITY! TAX IS between presei"
; I|' act uirlng hiM with driving under the In-
the tee, the
i" body. and
rational building
has been sub- ; work on the St Lucre canal needed now and every cftoit\ I L '
Qt Saunders the black market 'I I fI\. n'e o' liquor and without adrivers ,
will take of- D. H. I tBanty : Thepl'n'lde
Kep naMum in L-shape. \
He moved hU to an
the fact locks family bring made 10 1111 tin posts un>
,n : ttter a State of St Lucie county told Klwan- stantlam!! increased by longer'obtain St,tart and two rears later purchased : lirense HP was released I ADOPTED BY CITY space for five addlt) .
no .
lac Indian that contractors can on JljO bond on the first i
and
<'Wants at DaydOctober lans: Martin. St Lucie normal'' : a.home on O;,eola ave classrooms; an office I for t
act River counties have a com- materials through i charge and JJS:! bond on the sc1 -- ; : 4-bed inflrmao
distribution channels:' he ex- wl I ere he ha. made hU home 1 PTA ANNOUNCES school nurse and a
sates 'if convention m n community of Interest and contractors I ill ce that time onrtThe ', plus book storage space
i utilitiesas
Because the A ik" t tax on public
thru called s
plained patrolman was -
1) ci( Phil Maxwell. Rh uld work together to achieveprlpecta I is neededSAILFISHERS
? which badly
.1 Sh, T T of common benefit." can no longer go to the lumber I After completion of the locks to a highway: wreck 8 miles advertised t 1 amended and
Oughter- EC\ C CHAIRMAN -----
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d BI'' dealer and obtain materials. your he began construction work with south of Fort Pierce where he given public readings as pre-
L serving as al- TO PLAY
SERVICE home will cost more mane built I Contractor Sam Matthews by cooperated with Patrolman I scribed bv law-was adopted ,
HOME: CoilING: under OPA price control than I it whom he was employed until Johnson of Vero Beach In In- i I after the final healing at the VCRO BEACH SUNDAY

1.f would without price controls at'' ta'cing over the Pure Oil vectiga'lng'in' accident In which Teachers' Reception To Be city commission meeting last
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F MILLION Next Sunday at 10 will 43 preachon a all, for the following!! reasons Co filling station at :the intersection two( negroes were seriously Injured Given Sept, 17 At I nipht i :Manager" John Mann ..niiiounces -
the Methodist pastor Because materials are not of 4th ot. and Belle Flora and while investigating: Womans Club The 10 per cent tax Is estimated u baseball gumt In Stuart -

"What One Christian the Can- available in the lumber \ard+I aves In 1942: he retired trou.acth'f this wreck the two patrolmen arrested _._._ to yield approximatelyI where the Ruilflsheu will
PS LIVERS Dt" A printed copy of Visitors sermon contractors must make long and business because of arthritis another motorist for The Executive Board 01 the I $10,000 a year and Is earmarked play the \ero Beach team a..

will be distributed this HomeComing expensive trips vO mills or other j which gradually grew reckless driving Returning Stuart PT.A. held the first meet I, for a special fund to bo set up 3:00: p m. Sunday.

are Invited to attend ( ""(iniitr.m />' .." I worse He wa a member of llie : home Pirtle found a 1931! Buick ing; of the school year for construction of a yacht basin
PROCESSED ServiceSailfishers i Methodist church, the KnluiU. sedan which had run off the day afternoon at the and civic center In the Service THE' WEATHER

I of Pthias and the Masonic highway Just this side of the the president Mis wednes-I club area on the rlvcifrontNumeious .
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h. 10'' "I 'I .d "
Nab ChampionshipOf I lodge county line. sent for a wrecker Edenfleld taxpayers have attended .missI ,a", I r. I\.t.. 0" "
i I| Survivors include liU: "if e. -and chalked up a busy two A reception for the the hearings of the pro- cu, > 11.11 ,sw.'"
Industry Here Gets Minnie Lee Johnson, one :-onC hour will be held at 8 P. m. Tuesday posed ordinance setting up the a"u -
Coast-Glades LeagueThe a"r.n: ;:::::
roduct From Far East at the Women's club of Mtmmumhrid. (
f Frank Johnson of Atlanta' ; Sept 17 tax and the concensus speakers -
Ports Evans Crary will be guest speaker. was that it was the more 7. ...
three daughters, Mrs Charles; .
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k -the day, Paul Hardwick not W, Holt of Bradenion, Mrs. Bro.-- 150,000 CASES This will be preceded by the equitable way to raise[ funds for I "n I'p"I" 7. 9"" .'. f
< Industries Sailfishers. Jaycee I< ,.,. '"
Stuart
Division of for five and Ray Hcislcv tor Schroeder, jr., of ClewMon regular monthly business meeting badly nettled recreation facilities p tu II
three leer.
''"MI (Company Salerno sponsored baseball league under : three for six for the home- and Mrs Fred Jnsa of Etuari of the P.T.A. There were no objectionsvolc'd I hle.:: : Ir.. elMrpl. :.. '
now handling half mll- the management of Fire Chief hit CANNED GOODS committee 1 II .'0 ,u
a town team.Although. six grandchildren, and our The following\ at the final leading and ,
ntls ''It i shark livers an- John Mann, won the loop title, I Hank Pennock brother W r Johnson;;; ol Lake chairmen have been named for hcvcial business men congratulated RAINFALL IN IMLIIbS!\ I Ii

ex-u Sunday by outscoring Clewlston moundsman, gottoichcd Worth. the coming year; the city officials on this s'Id r'Me I t tI'PI.I.
Martin .
had mighty PUT UP LOCALLY ,: ::
hurlers r
local i
increase 18-11 The Marie McCullough
1'to production for 12 hits and II runs Program Mrs step of piojrcsa: t I 11I I
"Salerno plant processes cooped the first game of a run- In the afternoon he went the' $150 IS PAID TO Health Mrs Ivan Taylor Thu tax will go Into effect Nov. I I- l'
nark livers handled by off series by defeating the Glade I credited for thvli EIGHT UNEMPLOYED Publications Mrs. A. O Pitt man I. 'In'IAI.
route and was Salerno Plant May I'rtwluce '
industries, much of the nine here 21-8 the previous Sunday Beach county Hospitality Mrs. W. R. Leach
'Hon Stuart a -tory. The Palm Tomato Paste, Catsup IMM DllilC"IOKS :MbirDiicctor :
coming from flsher- The victory gave Stuart the Martin County recipient 01'' Entertainment Mrs. A. Dchon THE TIDES
given
who had
the Bahamas victories In 15 lads, and Soup of the Stuart Band l 'r
' j Cuba. Cen- record of 13 'I only two defeats of the season, unemployment compensation I Membership Mis M. R. RowellRoom ;
od South America, and games: played I' fated to rally even with a six : payments for the week ending'' The SunrLe Products cannery Mothers Mrs. D S Hudson I association met Tuesday night I

-ln addition to the catch The Martin county boys wentto outburst In the fourth inning August 30 numbered eight of at Salerno put up 150,000 cases Safety Mrs Harris Lowrey to discuss plans for the new ",,' In ,. ,.., 1 .
the Atlantic and Gulf Clewlston with no idea orylildlng I run and six miscues by the whom three were men and five of string beans, tomatoes and Child Welfare Mrs. J. F. Bozone school year Director Wendall ,115,1,' rut 'Ili' vrv. '4 .u.lnt' ..ePlrnlr', I" r
which I K'''M .Led T"n."
the season lead and total paymentsamounted tomato Juice last year expects Music Mrs. B. D. Fulton Waters reported that about 40 '' i
i women n "
Sail fishers, I :::.. ; ,; ;;;::
their :
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Florida the title within to and that Mrs. C. L. Boggess I students had reglstercd.for band : -0. h" M5h t h"a, nun t..
fishery, with 13 placed I On behalf of the first postwar : to $10550 Carl B equal surpass figure Study Group ...Inw,
In 01'
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> oPeration Is conducted reach They made everyone 'I club Manager Mann ex- Smith, Chairman of the Florida next season. Founders' Day classes i
" Division_and all sharks ,: their 18 bungles count for a t I III ''pr ball ssed the appreciation of the Industrial Commission, reported Possible new products will be [ .. Mrs J. C Anthony Judge Arthur Clouts, association : AM te. f W.-i.t. AMII I. w I ',1I'

t from Fort Pierce and St II marker Harris Lowery Roberts.I Jr. teed I I il 'mbers for the public support, Payments throughout the tomato paste, catsup and soup ', Parliamentarian jr'l I president called a meeting +.. ti aunt, 4171 4a: .'
till ts are processed not I off on the host pitcher, ', mi which made It possible for rusty : state Increased to $1074)43) from Present plant production capIaclty | .. ... Mrs, Evans of the association for 7:30: p m, 18..1\ e'4s 55,03, Id.. 3.0 I Ii
[ livers: but also for fins, i fo:' a double and a triple in the athletes to limber up Into winners $81452 for the previous week, Is 1400 cases of tomato Budget ti Finance Tu.sday. Sept. 24 at the log cabin i .In: :.. \ :50a4;27 ii 55,53:n : : ; I I'fII.

I ht carcasses are cooked, tort: half of the third inning when.Staart of first place In the semipro and were made to 3221 men and Juice or brans per diy and 400'' Mrs H. J Greene' at which time fall activities will wad... 1M 11 n,3., 'ion, .:"Ia; i r
12,111 1:30
and made Into fish meal pushed across eight runs league of South Florida 2.807 women. a total! 0' 6023:! 'case* o'! tomatoes dally Visual Education John C Oia' be decided 'chum u' tsar .,' ,0'hl
I I Lowrey had four for six for '

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f ( :." .,' 0, .' ,." 0 ,',, : m"" I ,. 11 n.} o W i:M( \-Imln\: i sw c ppint.\ m Bind!, c'nil. i rrn. Herman III and Evelyn '- I, Social Security Act'' mid take up : urh pro 'Ish, --1.

I u ,.** i ruSG (of I :\11 Ir1" !i.nnl'Iattmtte1l I 1'1' I J I ",,' I .\' ""' i n SOCIAL NEWS of Stuart \ enton to ace :Mi and :MM John tinned! Friday from New I i iYot

., I ,m, A'II1I\f\ 'IUIIKI .md family!: brother of s c y.'h l'e they spent )

0 r, of--- -.-- --onor ====oc======ocroc-- &-. Mrs! Gene C'ltbrE'', and In Mrise- three months sight seeing Mrs I

. r 'I I R. AMIItS.. inxmn{ ..111FVUItrilN Mi.s Stanley' Kltchlng and I land. S. C.. to Mill her son-in- Reitz *ill Join her husband in

: : .%T ) I Ml,.,. Plo Albificht spent theweek law and daughtei Mi and MM Otepn City Md the last of Sep-

: ., r VENETIAN Mr ::11111lIr I : BIVNERLoa: I ,'nit end Msltlng Ml and Mrs i John I D f.ixon jr' and llttldaughter > I hmber! and bring their car toStunit ,
3 : Capt. Reltz will! come on
Valerie who have
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tnuitHiul: nt ctlini'i" Sf(nun" Kim I -vllokos who are vacfttlontni -

' -. I t.::t l.r' dov' niiiht ,aI :IK Lover 1 jnl1r! o iWe it the Coplev) ) Plaza, Miami | moved there from Stuart his boat. the ,Salltlshl'l'. I. y, y y
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I BLINDS .t Fourth Street! hunorlnfi Beach I
E: I I Mr. and Mrs, Albeit Garner
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\ Lower'S fiint'i r. Fmerini: : Mr. and Mrs. John O'Day and

: Clark, of Drtloll Other pueM Mr and Mr. Francis (Yankeri) j i children/ Annette. and Tomim of tatksomlUe, who were on I

:. HOME FURNISHINGS Included Mr L A. Clink! Ear, I William! of Fort Pierce, and hIs writs have been vacationing do their honeymoon) trip were

Claik Mi slit :Mm HanlaLoverv i oilier Vlctoi illlanis ol'OaiiKf New Yak, returned Thursday U )guests Tuesday, enroul to Palm inllhTAIK8ABU/

ar i Mr and Mr*. Olrnn De- 'I I' >vill were 'U'tItlast week i their home at St. Lucle Locks VPRf'/l'J and Miami. of hk cousin,
McMillan\ Furniture Co. David KIA"rls. nmiHarrKIovuiN I Donald lJ14l'rOIlKh8.) and hlomother ,
Bern aid von ef Mr and Mrs, Arle Stuart of I
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: pea-O Mrs. W 0,, Penney and'
.. .'. HI and Oi\ Lu\\'- Camden Avenue Miss/ 'N I of Amelia :

.. 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIFPf erv. I ,. Court liout-e Va.. mid Mf Manes I Mr Miss Pennev Mary The Jac bride Nletcrf, the former has- RUN A TI I11R/4l./Rf

I Ornnt oal ..s.hO has been I. K, Mulhaupt of Gloiicestei/ Mans! I

"", I._ PHONE 698 'I nnui TREAT: die visiting Kansas City during( tha ore guests of Mr and Mrs Marvin many friends here
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summer has left for Sin Bern- '
".y 'kI1ClhYR Tlir Duttli fietii" Club lunched trdlne Calif.. to make hit future 'jOO.u. SECI'RITYAGENT
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; 10 BE HFRF |
Tlnir'thit chlMiolm and home w'Ith his son, Col V. Oftlne.s. MI'II. Robert Hollernn her

Highest Cash For Your Car pJ.1YE'cbi'ldllP\ at the Strut CM"\ and Mix Onlne.t i mother, Mrs. Mary Zarnlts, and TrESISEPT.| 11

Center, in the ifternonn bi'other, George Zarnlt have returned 1 l The rmeua el, mee.y ,alj Out' f* pr rty/l./
prf'-I' I A representative of the Sochiioruiltv : ".' .n. Hrtll. II (ncrcaitng'
Mrs .p faiftr
IoI'n1'1': / Stanley
WON TAKE FIVE MINUTES Mrs Lon Tyson and Uttl son, from vacation big( seven Administration FieldOttlee |'hit
th um unt Imlitn In.
Mrs EnilRkiu Mix EdgarMar- weeks" In Reading Pittsbum,
ton ]jr., who have been visiting West Palm Bearh will
; \A1 the O P. \. limit for which tin I Mis M O LIU man Mm. T I Cleveland Fort In
cat and Wnvne Ind.
,pay you your 3 F Kenwdv;' Mis LV BarnesMrs I'I hei KUtPt Mis Cullen Bellue and bi nt the Court House Tuesday, 2 rtfip' ***. ..'..''n,i .,. the ""W.., 1 lit ..
11 much at you can ret anywhere and Mr. Bellue In Orlando, returned i will Ji/rtory./
September 17 at 10 a m He
Archly Klddfl": Tiaex :,
STAY WITHIN THE LAW : home Sunday with Mr Tyson Mr and Mrs H H Dnvls r>'- and suivlv-
dlftiuxs: the olri-UKe
Mm i MI. Mix. L. Anhbv Arboaa.1, who motored over for them I turned Sunday I to their home -- -- --- -- -. 3 II..n.b//. ttltphon. ..,nl".. .,. tminlH"" .
'f. SUNRISE MOTOR CO. Mrs L M I. John;on. Mi itxinrovln, on St tune Crescent< ,. good I.I.phon. ....yl,.,
O Judson md Mi I'it H M bilk .1 I ; I I,after spending t thiee !months 1, LOST 32 laS.! .
: JlmJnke of Mr and
: son : ::CAR SIZE 11' AO..IN"
311-25 South Dixie feld 1( High 1 coreeri' won ijMm '
with their and! dnuahtei
Mis C M Walker left son ,
Monday I 'I' .1.,11\,1,1,1. t 2
r"1 I Pierre, Flo, Telephone 190 JiKison Mrs Johnson u;t* I foi Franklin. Tenn to resume, lav, Dr. and Mrs. H H Davis In I... ''.''It \\ U' I.' \, Your Telephone Company Is doing the) larCtl

\ .rtesyvyarasater:: +at las+ea', aaa seRtnsetstht sloasasolrr Mro. Arbogast. __ I .sidles at the Battle Ground I'I Washington Huntington and and Chatham visiting N. IP JMr : !} ;ii volume of business in its history, vet teV
,\cademvMi C' : : :j1 %
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1-- MITTS"r.I'I.1m'fET: \ -- Iu I / his,,; i phone earnings continue to decline

I! '. and Mrs. Kenneth Stlmj j I".
and Mrs AI) and
.o. Shrlitley The is perfectly clear Your
.. Thefslean\ Sorletv' "il ihr) In n.ndvetrllc reason tele!
children of Akron Avenue mell and daughter Florence, accompanied j ; :: amI
/ spent L"'I; ; i t '' .
:Method] t chin'('h nut Thtnvi : : '
has remained the
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1- ,y nlnh.1 rovoted! last Saturday and Sunday visiting by Mr. and Mrs Jack i i iMm I .".... 't'.n nren xn.\A.xithl .aoHt' phone rate same tor mtnj
his parents. Mr and Mm 'tin, were puests lust week end < ,10,. \\ lhunhltymlr 'IMx. while the costs of furnishing
years yon tele
'V. :Dam-ch. Ih'd. bsl Pitt" "HyI '
Mi and Mrs ,
01 Otheimw
Haus
J J. W. Ehrlglev in LakeVall"'a..
I : : I I\I . have increased.
\n lsya's' r.'ne phone service Wages tela!
i" + .nT l' art Of Melbourne [ t.
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I I .. I'' \ IOU .1. III
Hubert ClermnuMIJ] :
Cl d .
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PIrtle led tin lrutmnil) :Mm Mrs. F 8 Johnson, who has I I r ?,;i" ':,:;, ;Lx6.lna': U phone materials, building costs, services ill
---:1-- been I the guest for the summerof Mr. and Mrs. M nln H Row- < l1\ II. \ "0101 Candy Ivlohr have been so fast that-
Arthur Bounlnu mel :\fll. H. ( ,,, going up
f: .s f r JU .5. at.ph. 1'tde
Sorry, I didn't mean to her son and daughterinlawMi ell and daughters( Ellen: and
dieene wets in '17ueeof\ \: J'I I
Stuart Co.-Phone
-, :.,.. \ and Mrs A B Johnson, departed Mary Jane returned Tuesdn : Drug 11 tfit amount of money Pod Out to provla,
ti. Just want. program( Present were Tear Out This Ad As A
I .- I. care you Ralph thaml'ei' Mi*.. Thursday to spend} the from vacationing lot a week onFoil Reminder ......1.. If '"......In. totttr than thh f>.

'.- '... < d to tell you that tho Kindred :Mrs Dei mid winter with her son-in-law and I Myers Beach amount To*.. In, Actually t.'lrj>non,. torn.

Mr, Ruth 8U'\: '<'n on. Mii HI'III'\1 daughter Mr and Mrs. Bi\vjn\ ''n,. today ore tht lowtit (I. ..., iitoryl,
..: I lectric Service and Oreene Mis Edith Coats in Bakersfield Cal I Mr and Mrs Fred L. Hall and!

Ki pair Co, arc coming Mrs Fred Walton MM Edward _- tfauirhter Susan i spent stvrni, As every business man knows, food sen let
'-' Mr. and Mrs O O Moue and days! last week In Miami STOPCOSTLY
Mrs .
Fleming tl1t ptnli) MIf
\ : I That
reasonable earnings.
l.ol& c.
: depends on
Utrl f .
i's. '
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\ r. my new sons of St. Petersburg >dTllt'llday
: II i li i< WhUK.ii' rind Mrs. Arthur TIRE WEAR NOW
:/ .,. Roues ilnt! to visit his mother, Mrs.R. 1 Mr and Mrs. O C. Jpn\ To render good telephone service and to
1 Iontr, ( Don', Let i It Cripple'our
B McCullotiRh and Mr Mc- Smith and clilldien ;
i Jerry AIn tray continually improve and expand it. reasonable
I
Cullough. at their home 01. and Van returned last week \ J o nC".ol...), ...- "
II dioir: <.i rin MTFTHirn ..hOt', 0'\ earnings are essential!
Jt..r telephone
Seminole Avenue. .I from their summer home ii. C'"
I \\' tile;;. p.\( KIM r .'n,. ..ltnn..r lrsmh.
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-- Greensboro N C. S Lrt, urea Iner e,. .thu Gn
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-- -- .. 1 t I"" t'h..I! Guild! c.j111'\ PiObv- I I 1 ." ? .,.,10".'" .1 to, 10 ar Our public duty demands that we report
Mi and Mrs John U. Mennhiger ,, ..
I .1"" r ? J In' "1 'in tn u r
1(11! I
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I 1l1l1l'sda who have spent a month Mr. and Mrs. \V A, Harrison lean tl., these facts to you.
..' ,'I'1 :\fJ')'s.1ot' Backus at pourer.uwrn.r,
:. i,, JPIUl1t Bench Pie- I vacationing in New York and returned Saturday nigh; to then!' W.I/ A"M""I". I,.'" I..'''a, I
H with his mother Mrs Edwfn A."Iennlnel' home on California Avenue, <" l.r ,0un11 ,1 I IhIr, or,
con .. ,
A A : r Mm..J U'''I'a.vlol'. Mrs I ... J. r 0 > '" "' '
\ in Cashier N. Coo cludliiij three weeks .
a varatioi P"
f..III '0 ).ur Ur r1Tlla
(r .1 i 14uker\ ) ':lII'a.E F. Johnr / SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMP*
: and her mother, Mrs Mae Clark, in irendersonvllle, N C. Thiv aluvisli '' rEST IS FRECw'e : _
s.' r, MI/'s Atoned\ r Sheridan. MM, '
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In Mountain City Ga.. retur..d'! d hill18tl'r and her bi: ih., Sp..JI. 'ul J. INCOMOMTID"
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\111'' ,'' C ," its. :Mrs .W. C. Armor, i QO .to" !''to''I '
Saturday bringing; Nome their ; in Jackson Mlse AJnlrd I. TING. .
i .1: ( L: i mn; :Mis Edwin i
H \:1 .. d I :\fls H"' b< 1 11 D' son Malcolm who has been In I RALPH ULMER
IK inOR rA'
I the mountiiins during the HUIIImei Mrs E J, Smih .tr.. ono her" I i MOTOR CO t. a4uo NO US/NfSS/ CAN GIVE ADEQUATE SCKVIfl WITHOUT/ ADEQUATE

.. .I I ', daughter
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4KMH CXriltlCII: : I OLD 015)1.N.rl ) .
from Atlanta. Wednesday ,. pease
iftci-
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limn: :MT: MONTH !
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Mrs. F. R. Ilorten cf St. Lu'.e noon. Eevcil has been in Atlanta
I i D C A C'iriipl, pasta nl, th('' |Estates left on the Streamliner : for seven month --
77j/L lltal'i PrpRbTtiDtaij, chinch\ who ---
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i Tuesday evening to spend the ;, -- I
i- i'sclun from ctoprlfltl0l1
T stfoi '
winter visltlnn a school glrli' Mrs C. H Schroeder oj Osce-
on |Ihnrw) : ,. I.l> now in I i '
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blend
.. )\ \Ionticnt:\ tl'l\"anlr1. win ( Mrs N K. Cowdv In St. ala avenue had as \\'el'kf'nrt'
\ Joseph, Mich She will also visit guests her son and HuiiliUn-ln-
on the FA R I H with him haft. utrUirn\ friends J in her former home. Hlllsdale. : 'law. Mr. and Mrs Joe Bcluocdi
j jWHAT'S here that they expect to ut t'sin\ !
i. ,Mich. where the attended th! and son" Jo*. Jr, of Cleivhvo'i
the first oi October and 1)10) j Hlllsdnle College/ ,! IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
pastor nlll resume church d" inSundm .
'. Oct, 6. Ann Lee Roe, daughter/ of Mr. i

\ Tilt IDEA. ) ( JUST A --- ..-. -'-" Mi and Mrs Gene Caere anti I and Mrs Lee Roe of Seminole '
Mi and Mrs Out Cable left avenue loft Tuesday for Mt, Ver- ,
SCRAPING THAT FILE ) DEMONSTRATION Roger! DltUg, who has[ i 1.1.1: .. 'I
Monday oti a scenic tour III twouks non. a a., to enter Brewton'
( ON MY TRACTOR* ) ( KIND SIR guest t nt the St LuclP 1-t.! :, n..: '.
\ in the Caiollnus rmn- Parker Junior College j
> lift fur his home in p \\ ,, ,
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Mrs Sam (". Ht 111, \ "I'ui 1<1 y !

dal1 htt'I'. Dllly ot F'tll.t t :.1 1, t i IWcnn I

wen house Kiiects .seuiil's rltr r tin: CITIZENS HAN'K I IS:; 1)1) I;HYRTIMUbAlISd IXTEHW.m.:11: ,: I

las: week of Mi. and .Ir. r' : .
..'waltmswl ; : ( AM) AlDISd: 'IJIOMJ: CO\-THI' : :; I I ITICI
nilm.in of Akron avtniuMrs < ,, !' for YOUR home

a 'fll' _...', How 10 yoke th. ruti out of your b'oak'a',0u0, ,. I.TIRI'IMSISincii: ; ;: ( 1It I.l' THI::; AREA i 11.'
McPherson ,-,;, soy/ to make \cut tchtn, honey uhot color 1C chooM
Boyne of si '.
1 1 (/c, yaw I' ?"0.m The.. Ort lull a (e* o) Thin ,nt"gu,'ng (GKOU:() OS' A :SOl'M; I5ASRXo : ,
lucie Dilates won first! )prin..n] new ,'dens f tare 'h.d 19..'ly on the Woman h. ol
the Tilt CHRISTIAN K'INCI' ,MONITOR I
Flag tournament at tin In-
The.. htlptul less a". plus voluo' 'n th"? dolt, ntwtpoptr to, :
lion Oolf Club In Foil Pt": ('. the home that 9wt you Mw..nterpreted t l to ss0s as
GRIT AND SLUDGE W 010 1 SEE last week and Mrs John :M Lass: ,mpol.on, you':end y ur. ,; : I .

GEAR LUBRICANTS CAN WI/AT YOU )Ji.. uceived second 1'1'1/! Use I hU *hui'.i> I Tht Cl-. t on kind Publ Ih'ng Soc.tty I
I,, SPI On. N .oy St t.t; Baton I5.I Mo ochutctt' J
ACT LIKE A FILE TO MEAN, CIAL veur 5,0.5,.. I P not. .n'.' o James, Mlchaelson son oj 1 :Mi Tory lubtcrlpl I Th. Ch "t'on kiss Mon,tor-S week 130 .ut.1 I tor SI I Iv
DAMAGE TRACTOR GEARS ,mel hll's. John S. MichacUun u (, mtki_'nl''y I Nome______ IiOlnutt matter how large or how small the )project inv I

the Royal Poinciana Camp. Jensen (IU, fundil. f j Sheet I J you are hlteresied 1 \, \\'e want you to feel J fine to 'ulIl'lIlt i us
", Beach left Saturday far st i IIJ I Cly, StOft I

Louis where he will attmd 111ft'' '.! '
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C Ci Alpper} School of the PilmlpiaI At tills inp'-unt' time with the tourist t fwnnn' : ap|>i ifng ""

1]I Mrs S. A Marsh--. -returned Friday : mud! nil forms! of housing ...tillln'lItly! In demand It i N it" 1 1Ii..

dyesTHAT'S I afro: spending four months public. interest for individuals to make available rooms !

In the north visiting friends and
relatives In New York state and Pribble Wells & Fly other accomoilations! Xoi14 the time to yet to work imtti"tluwc ?
,
I ,! New Jersey, I facilities shape} for the t'nson. Consult us for I'pllil! -
WHy YOU SHOULD DRAIN, FLUSH AND REFILL I

THE REAR AXLE WITH SINCLAIR OPALINE GEAR Mi, and Mrs.J. Leon Tayli Announce The Association of dpconlinjr icnioiltliiii loans,
OJ| St Lucle Boulevard '
II uiteitained -
LUBRICANT EVERY 300 OPERATING HOURS OR TWICE
Saturday Oall Fowler of I
( A_YEAR, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST, ? i tlewteton; .

I 't .. -- W. T, HORAN, C, P, A. AND JOHN D. CHOATE

I Lorraine McPherson,
daughteiof C. P. A, AS PARTNERS IN THE FIRM WHICH WILl
Mr. and Mrs. Bojne MCPherson -

is leaving tomorrow for NOW OPERATE UNDER THE NAME

I Haikitstown. N. J. to jiitlntic

: hoi I studies at the Centum yJunioi nv.s .
: Collegs vi'hen. she will

I t1 G.WF I I graduate next Jum Pribble, Wells, Fly & ChoatePUBLIC


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III iii II I 1111 II II II II is stated by the Editor Ernest _
11111111111 I Commerce
: I IiiRiver Lyons, that the first edition has Stuart Or if you sendor for a three-day business trip tot I II guests of Mr. and Mrs Du- tlons at Slapan Tlnlan and Iwo MARTIN\ COUNTY HOSPITAL 1 Little Boca. Raton Air Base and r a't ,
E"- give Mr.
'I been exhausted However in Kraft names of those| Orlando and the Gulf Coast. I II mood Merwin and Arthur Phillips Jfena He Is now employed by Earl) Gordon Escott of Jensen '
order -I to whom I Mr and Mrs Smith ;
you wish the Emmet ,
fishing Besides Saars Roebuck In Sarasota
being general man- Co
[ DriveJiiiimiim to meet the demand for this i Sunday heavy showers drenched Beach.
first publication since the war,: direct.Guide sent he will mull them I, out> sea-grldled solarium 'I ager for this publication Mr and after a wedding trip In the announce the birth of a daughter -I 1 \ i 1 ,
Menninger Is mountains of Tennessee, he and ,
K an authority on Linda Dlan Sunday Sept
second run-off will 8'1
\ \ a soon be In i Jensen Beach) and broke
/ ,d nut/ l l 11111111 circulation -- I upl I flowering trees. He entertainedthe his bride will reside at 126 Elder Patients admitted: Mrs. I
many picnic parties. But the rain
If there I Mrs, Douglas Silver of Eldred, I company with a diverting Lane Sarasota very Shelton of Salerno, Har-I J
ITION A80rTG'IES are any available cop I did not dampen the desire for
was one of the guest speaker) at I panorama of pictures like the Faulkner of Mt. N C. and I
Airy
I () ies at the present time they can fun in the following group who LiI1Dk'Y
\ the Business and story of aladln asd his discovery EI LERY F TUCK Jr..
nat '1O'hr' hav1(7ism be procured through H B Kraft, Professional i i sought cover in Wilson Snack i) Ransom McDugal. ;; I
: "' ouides It!I Manager of the Chamber of Woman's club In Fort Pierce hop There to spread their offering -j I of the wonderous vale where WEDS: IN NEW YORK Patients discharged: Mrs ; \
Monday precious stones hung front
( evening. Her '
I subject: of culinary arts which met New York Sept. 7-Miss Margery Marge Williams, Pvt. Franklin
-- : Radio' was well expounded I in I drooping branches-only these
--- relation to Its contribution In I'every gastronomic demand of I slides showed blossoms with I Alberta Cummer, 26, of 235
the hungry crowd. Too there East 22nd Street New York and
business and professional billllant vivid hues shaded by
WHITE HOUSE lof the day. affairs I was friendly accent to taking I I II rich green foliage of the trees. Ellery F Tuck, jr., 25, formerlyof LIST your Room., Apartments and Rental .. .
,
over by the operators of the Homes with
r" Mrs. Silver Is I (Continued On Page Six: ) us.
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one woman well Stuart and now of 308 East
EVAPORATEDMILK I qualified to talk on this subjectas I Mrs.shop.William In the party C. Barr were and Dr Child-I and iiiiiiiiiiiiimiimitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiSocial 51st Street New York, were mar- L. FULFORD

'. ?f \ It was she and her h isband ren Betsy and Peter, of ried In New York on Friday by 1
Doutlna: Sliver.ho cftiat EstatrBUI'ING '
through observation -
'9 \ the Mrs. Edgar K. Martin David News of the Rev. Dale Dewltt 1rnOI'ERTY
I gathering! of reliable Martin Harry Jennings Mr and I SELLING H1ATING;
information investigation The bride formerly of Toronto -I MANAGEMENT
Mrs. E. R. Ensey Miss Katherine
4I of conditions In this section and Ensey. and Donald Ensey of Stuart Cont'diiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii is the daughter of George I Write P. O Box No. .1 '.

1 2 TALL CANS ( resourceful contacts that made Walton and Miss Alma Tower L. and Eva McKay Cummer Mr, I 110 Camden Avenue .
e radio communication available of Fort Pierce : Tuck Is a native of San Francisco Phone 32-J
A to the public I is this Wonder 1 I, :MISS IHBOIS BRIDE the son of E. F and Mabel I Stuart, Florida t
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23cCOFFEE ful Indian River area" broadcasting Idenlawn: OP tHIRES KINDT. JR. Wilkinson Tuck 1
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I: station. at Fort Pierce. Last Wednesday evening Mrs. :I Miss Susan Sarah DuBois Mrs. Luther Damron, who left -

.,Irl' .. ''A (Q. T L HdiiMiian of Sew alii Point daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John on vacation June 15, and her t
t Mr and Mrs J L Eddy. of Miss Amy Hulse of Eden and Ed ''I R. DuBois. Jupiter and Charles brother Oscar D. Brown arrived ,
of DistinctionFine
I Walton. left Tuesday morning 1 1 Mennlnger of Stuart were din- Roy Kindt. jr.. son of Mr. and Tuesday by motor from Jewelry
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8 O'CLOCK I Columbus, Ohio
I Mrs Charles Roy Kindt Sara-
box 15c sota. were united in marriageby
Diamonds and WatchesYOU
small F the Rev. Thomas Ooddard Mr. and Mrs. S. O Rudd, and
Service & assistant of the First daughter Jeanette and Mrs.
Ith 2-1.LB. BAGS61c Repairs pastor CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM
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Methodist Church: and the Rev. Joseph E. Ranger and son Gray
SE FEED $4.4 I H. H. Jones of Stuart (who married are the guests of Mrs. Rudds C. & E. WALKERJEWELERS
I her parents! at the People's biother-ln-law and sister. Mr
Baby Food on your and Mrs, Suder
d Congregational Church at 4 p. m. Alph in Quincy
I PPS Bc RED CIRCLECOFFEE Radios Fans Electric Motors, Range Units and Monday -
Emerson Clark, who has been OSCEOLA AVE. STUART FLA.
The candlellghted alter was t
F all small Appliance
I visiting; his mother Mrs L. A
omato banked with palms and basketsof
Clark: for two months left Tues-
E, ro 2 can 12c 2-l-LB. BAGS GIVE US A TRIAL white gladioli Stanley Clegg day morning for his home In
I 'was vocal and and Mrs. Clegg

Style> 17oz. jar 67cBOKAR I e was traditional the accompanist.wedding She marches playedthe Detroit Mich- Need A SIGN Quick? I

17c ,
abbage -- William Pomeroy of Orlando
__ Mrs. William Archibald Sara- 1
was the over night guest Satur-

FEE'hmgton 4oz.64c Jar COFFEE 0 F F E E : Hutto Radio and Appliance Co. a sota lime bouquet, sister crepe of of gown the yellow bridegroom and and carrying white ina ; day law of Mr.his and brother Mrs J.and R slster-ln-Pomeroy KING SIGNS I ALL KINDS .,

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I cnroute to Coconut Grove to
ledal I 2-l-LB. BAGS 204 Osceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dept. I chrysanthemums was matronof visit his son-in-law and daughter TRUCK. WINDOW SHO-CARDS

I I honor. Mr and Mrs. Will Hillcs REAL ESTATE WALL
VR,5Ib. bag 37c 71, C i = The bridesmaids, wearing yellow -
-- ---- Mrs. Hillis, the former Miss
-.. .- organdy gowns and carrying "SIGNS THAT SELL"f
':" i Marge Pomeroy, a former teacher f
CROCKER I IUfAST white pompom chrysanthemums In Stuart schools 300 Old Dixie Hi-Way P. O. Box 501 Stuart, Fla. ,;
I4y Ik Ir Is I were Miss Doris DuBois and Miss -
TRAY 22c II Louise DuBois sisters of the -------- -'-- -- --
Mrs. Walter O Johns who was !
I bride Miss Ruth Nelms the
i In the St Vincent Hospital. In
bride cousin and Miss Mildred I Jacksonville, returned to her COMMERCIAL and AERIAL
" Martin Lake Worth. Joyce Arch-
.p I home Friday In the France t
FRUITS & VEGETABLES ibald Sarasota was junior II I. Apartments
I bridesmaid: Bonnie Sue Patterson PHOTOS

TE was flower girl and the Mr. and Mrs Joe Schroeder PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT -J j
'
"TOES 1 10 0 35c : candles DuBois were. lighted by Malcolm and son,Joe jr.. who were (guests SALE
rOUNDS of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
PROMPT EFFICIENT GUARANTEED
-- -- William Archibald, Sarasota. P Johnson of Osceola Avenue, SERVICE
LO was best man and ushers were left Monday for their home In
,, Harrv DuBols the brides brother. TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP
Clew'Iston
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ATOtS 20C i '"",,", and Laird Minear. < .
CARTON rY yrar The bride given In marriageby David H Wilson- -, who was Injured Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Union

her father wore a wedding In France the
STOP during war .
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gown of Imported white organdy. And has been resting during the
ITS 2 19c Her fingertip\ veil was caught to I uminer at the J. Leon Taylors: a.ox0..000.. "O O'=

Bunches a ralo of white flowers and she home, left Friday night for his

r I showered carried) a bouquet with tuberoses of white roses ,home in Klnston- .,-N. C. Victory Bar;\

EDLESS Green A reception at the home of the Ted Keys of Lake Worth was

IS P PES E ONIONS, bunch lOc bride's parents at Jupiter Paik A guest Sunday of Major and
U
followed the ceremony.Mrs. :Mrs Bert Krueger. OPEN DAILY
Kindt was graduated from .
OUND Large BunchPARSLEY jj FROM 9:00: A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT
School and from
Jupiter High Mrs, H. H.Thayer of Cleveland
.Se lOc the Good Samaritan Hospital Avenue Is leaving today for Bra- SUNDAYS 5:00: P. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT
.. School of Nursing teuton, to spend a week with y

FRESH Snow White Mr. Kindt was graduated from :icr sister, Mrs. J. W. Thorne and I PACKAGE GOODS
TO CAULIFLOWER I Ib. 19c the Sarasota High School and Mr Thorne. '
E You can always be sure of top quality at the served four years In the Marine -
Corps spending two years overseas Mr and Mrs Thomas C !'
:
ILNCHES Crisp friendly neighborhood shore. and taking part in op ra- Knowles, jr, and her parents I e MARINE ROOM-BAR E t tn

CELERY, stalk lOc Birdseye Frosted Foods in tempting varietyANTHONY'S Mr. and Mrs L. Emr arrived .
SC '.londay from New York, to visit .

n
FOR INFANTS:/
:lls parents Mr. and Mrs T C. DANCING NIGHTLY TO 12:00 P. M. p .
California
ft Cnowles of East Fifth Street. .
I U H E S ORANGES, 2 Ibs. 25c ALFAR MILKThe II NO. 1 MIXED DRINKS njj r3
'
Neil of Cleveland
Miss Jane O
Best Money Can Buy
POUNDS
MEMBER .vlto has been the house guest of .-J
)3c' Yellow C-7 Grocery BUY BONDS Ir, and Mrs Karl Krueger, left jj Victory Dining Room \U
I SQUASH, 2 Ibs. .39c Economy :? "uesday to Join her father In
: .heir new home In Washington. I
Alfar CreameryWEST OPEN DAILY_EXCEPT. MONDAYS_ Q "

RMANS SMD. I HERMANS SKINLESS HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED PALM BEACH Mr and Mrs:Freeman Elwell &t-o- ==:=OL70G50t 00z "-

UNTRY STYLE I Akron Are "E DELIVER Telephone 143 ave arrived from their home In
Ml s. '.
458 Flamingo Dr. Vhonn 7175 -
WE I N E RS 'Jrldgeton, N. J.. and are the EXTRA LIGHT BREADI
USAGE G E I nests of Mr and Mrs. Arnold
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POUND Bauer of Port Sewall
I' 1'V. :
POUND I -

35c Mrs Kate Fuflow of Orlando ,-. IN NNS
39c I __ n the house guest of Mrs. Alice I

STERN BEEF I ARMOURS STAR SPICED MEAT MARKET SPECIALSMILK Jentel of Akron avenue { scNMA I.r.;

f

LIVES V E I LUNCHEONPOUND FED WESTERNVEAL A NEW GROWERS BOOK FOR b


MEAT LB. 53c /!'''' ; ,\., $N .
s FR

40c 6 LB. CAN $2.69 .,\'" -,-- -- \ J. ,ci ''t l +l
:;
,
SHADS AND%Lv 5
.,,,1ORN"'MINT. rWffJPyr
TABLE DRESSED CUTLETS. .. .. .. .. ...... ....... ....,.... ... .... .. .LB. 45c ; TREES ''I
I I l'\J) I ]

Hens & Fryers CHOPS .. .. . . ...... ...................... ........... ...LB. 43c / SOUTH FLOMOA. AND / 1\# t"',

"Ift't \ \
From Our Own Flocks I
Raised
Rice NABISCO Choice, Locally
I Full-strength yeast acts faster because it's /

STIES, ....12c RITZ Z HENS pound 35c f fresh I Fleischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to I II

.. LARGE BOX work-makes sweeter, tastier bread helps insure

,elder| Quick or Regulars I teiider light texture IP YOU BAKE AT HOMEuse -

20-oz. box.. lie I Z5C THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE '. truRloeR with Fleiechraann's the familiar yellow active label., fresh Depend Yeast
i
I
;v>r
: MENNINOtR.r : able-Americas time-tested favorite rr

.. for over 70 years.rJ .

&P FOOD STORES CROMER'S MARKET Cloth i $3.50j Order j Paper from $2.50 / '

HIE fP TO DATE STORE /-utrr-fl4, ''tl
*OPERATED BY tHI CHEAT' ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA CO HE DELIVER !!ONE 58 Edwin A. Menninger I iIf

Seth Street Stuart, Florida "'.Th. Flowering Tree Man"Stuart x, i i5L ih

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; IM( STl' *3T SiiTl', : :' >'r :darts, 'IOU.It nor..w TI1JPtit.Y' "rn P i'atf .
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U : Thus in small home there OClor==oCo'- MISS LOU HILL FOSTERIS ," !
: :MORFBOVT ara a
: tu be 170 dollars increase' STATE DECiDES NEW SUPERVISOR .t11 I" r
.H 'ij1)cU; rtu.$ may i In
SLACK MARKETi price for the doors alone and'1 J ''C Comments I.. ,
Hill Foster. nativeof
Mil Lou a
,. i yet the home buyer will receive SALE' Icy ,r,.. G. SCIIRtC: KEMBOSTCoe' Tracey. Tenn. hit taken over '.\ "1 "

F'ubHH'cI! f\ Thuroday at ( ,''', ,, "' I"", "I, huh; _a On. nothing more serviceable' for himonev 'NO FOR !"Xlt b<
= the duties as county supervisorof
mo o
I Smart :Martin County Florida ". That example can easily = Frfl"p'|

I 'Ji b\ Stuart Daily News Inc. a 1'11'I"\ obtain !lumber and be multiplied 10 times in the rife ball Is final,\ rol!int. "n i curriculum In the Martin las \
ISLANDSInland school With Supt. Roscoe -
\ F orltla cirporat. "her materials Only the most Course of the construction of a TWO he long overdue parks and rec- county lef' I
--. Rollins she has traveled morethan
i Entered: i< Iil'cond-clllllS mail 'n\e can believe] that the cost single small home under today: i l"fll.lon program f tor Stuart Ed- who '.
hundred miles this weekto '
o matter at the post office at ,r these trips I it not added Into Conditions Imposed by OPA wra'rd' l Mapp. chairman ot 'r-e a YeaParg',
visit the white and colored
Stuart Florida under the Act 'ire! cost of the homeBecause ': I price controls. Navigation Dmtrtct narks and recreation committee 0

M of March 8 1879: the contractors cannot The wrecking of the normal Protest Is. Prime atf the Chamber of Commerce schools and to confer with teachers if .tn"
on the program of work forth
!'distribution
A FREE PRESS get needed materials from system of buildingmaterials Factor untuned his committees plans dfatln'schon'
'14 YEARS OF SERVICE new school 'ur.
)
the local lumber dealer the lack has not led to lowe: for the future and request' :he ,

and That ,art "oi'. \..... WM a .UI MMr i' a single Item can prolong the contraction costs as many soclalUU Vigorous and continued' protest t.faycH" Athletic committee tooartlclpate Miss Foster Is a graduate o' It Olio
,. .. Tennessee State College at Mur-
'
> h Cleat
Tim "
> idea.r by the Florida Inlaid Navigation ,
in and out of in iolnt meeting
"u"iI.h.o.! I.. ,.H. April I I.. Instruction Job Homes that government a loutvinv'
A FREE PEOPLE : .1 and t tht :t .ur. M.....tiii.| .r. with/ normally t require 3 months for( have thought It would. Instead Distrlo<< against sale ottwo I/ of the Stuart Chamber city. otaclals pheesboro where she received a
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"hrh Th T/w./ w.a .oUd.'Mt. ,<.a Islands Sc degree in social science She has
small off!
\t.. h "l 1"rh.' -\u'rl t'aty.l .sr.. completion are now standing un- it has multiplied tt> problems spelt and Interested organizations 1\11"
f *1 ,';' ..dlton t,;;'nl.l 'tlrcI f.'rw.rii' I UT ..Iei I tea" irrth the linleiied! at ter 6 to 9 monthsThe and the cost Becau' ma- walls Point resulted' in the to be held next Monday worked towards a Master's degreeat hiinvATHLF
wan n.n a
X ,to, I'Im'I, .. r p'r.Il'wf contractor may not get mill- i kraals are not obtained\ lock\llv State: definitely removing' the iveolng at the Woman club. George Peabody Teachers ul,. n I.

--- --. _._-- work _inch___ _as_ window sash and'rames the construction of even a slirpkt Islands from sale Tuesdav lithe Since athletics has been' the college( and spent this summer
:' :\ t \n : r--eral; ttnntr.R1 n t house has become hazardous face .f :an offer of $1.000 tat at Southern college at Lakeland
Or he ( H'l'tht'
for example .
-r J' l 1\ .ad"it" Mama. ,.r may successful aim of the Stuart Jaycees the Florida State '
and
_j_ .. 1 acre from William Pitrtrford at Collegethe jROl
and
-- obtain hard- contractor the hornt'buyer.
not flooring or for the past year and is to
StBSrRIPTION RATa I ." |t> Commodore Stanley )Kltchtjrg ._ TO MEh i riTE|
w tre or plumbing fittings or' remain our main objective fo; -- --
D, )In,: "" \ o "..... t'. Of chairman of the' Navigation Dtrict '.
in some cases wallboard or any I With the maddening delay's the coming Mr Mapp enlightening -
... year utility: tax for the purposeof ; AI.
tdiir .. entered immediate
'rh protest
'rp writ went the tllthl the
contractor must face li:
., u ,IiI t'h, nn".m'nl, of a hundred different Items.Conaequestlyy talk was acceptedwith creating a complete Civic Center allytilt '
Bile A"o'u, ',1 "r. 0 'h.. ..... f..r r.l'hlta' 'Imt of all ..t. the Interest on his present day home building. It i I" when word that the islands were enthusiasm: by Jaycee members in Stuart. How the tax is !to "- .
the ale' list received
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MEMBtn: IF TUB ASSOCimi rCKM loan extends over a longer period! : certainly obvious that a singlehouse (on here Julv 19 and the was board ate or.sent be spent is up to the people of .itht ,. .
must bear ( t I.
more profit
that additional -
nf time. Obviously 1;
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Alfred Green of Daytona The forethought of Mr Mapp Stuart The officials have called r'oar -'"
the contractor is to live whenit torncy
Interest Is added into the
and his committee' will aid this meeting: to hear the views : Hlain '
1'I
MARTIN Beaclt pushed protest at
COUNTY PUBLICITY price of the home and paid by takes a longer time to build a ,
series of I I. Board sessions ( really to lessen the confitku of the' people who. are paying the .'
one house than It normally dido
l'u"Hdt "I 1 1,1, tli' t H" i i" shoot to v" to work for i the Because home buyer the : black market : bluld 3 to 10 houses It happens The Navigation District objected of the coming winter sport season bill and U is only fair to them Sept
by coordlnctlon between all and to the property owners involved Tickrtears
Maitin <
niintv
n'akes no effort to size sort that nobody pays this bill to sale or Isaac of the**
organizations of the citi'. i interested in! the ca'-e that view on .
St'ri; recruit' ,t..f thi final t\\(1 tons ni pijni necessary I:-adf'. or properly manufacture but the home buyer and that is or other islands created: alone this Of m.ldcf'ar!
in athletics matter ;11. prom
to f fina'le'tht I : have printed ;terns of lumber and because one of the reasons why home the Intiacoistal Waterway ain ...
After the successful nigh
:-a! T"iiv "e d! huth,. t paves vt'ikftl up' (fiend high all (I\' ?i' production of certain graded of costs are higher grounds that if the9..re lin- Jaycee niam' -on.:
Labor dance last week. -
th.: .t acre i-"ni 1111" .1 'i 1- i vvi an m>vv I't'udto make the limber is not adequate to allow All of the costs added to home pro\ed the' District might have day -

n'a': I i Iuuis Cldl is. : .' t tl 11< I bulk it the l>ook in the hand mass production of such thingsas ouilding through the destruction to go to court and fight Injunctions of the city's young folks a \\j!i ,

ot thr.. t tlnml.i' i 11 nit HI... principal) distributing : mlllwork' the contractor to of normal trade channels and! when the' time came te as some not so young will!! b:

"Jl\ and tlnr- 'i i !J".II'1 nuts'it here will them place more spoil-parUeuVrlv happy to learn of the projected)
IJ. ) it do finish a small house. may haveto the by-passing of the distribution Certified Standard Conc

,' ,'' 1;" ,'iii. resort to custom-built millwork system can be laid directlyat in face of the fact that/ the Fn- repeat performances of the same
to be held throughout the "'lntl'1'fason
Till- .', I the door of OPA price control( ;sirieer Dept. exncs-ts to( star
Vi-0r; i a I I"" "I'i }\\1'\\ vvi' nu printing 2B.OOr

(i'lrll", '"t.t is his h 1 I-rant' ;lit<' -1'"n..I.O'i | bv' triiural! advei'if ". For example the average : policies For It is these policies\ deepening the Irr.i'ac.:uta! Wu- Keep, an eye out for Informa- Blocks 8x8x16

''r i .. ni i,,1 th I't' I 'J:v: ;milt 1''n' special) distributions. small home has about 10 doors. 'hat have created' the black terway to 12 feet and wldeHlm

.>i'''fll'i _'."Mm hale I I.. :,'m'd11, ." fit, and! the additional! In It. Normally. these doors would! I market and made it ne essar:> !It to 125 feet at a. cost of $11 tion to be released soon on theJavcee
Diamond Soft Ball league
:;:f."o", -h"lild I I I"i. I"" .. ,: ..1 I,:,. in 'In i next three to foin week cost about 5 dollars a piece or for men to either sell bulldlnc: 739000 early in 1941'7"When

Tli Fi-hinir oui enJoyment butIIOOn Preference given to certified vet, m bu!Id

l JJIl.i i d I In I, I 1'I'III"t: l.r"Jl-i :and I'lIl.IJ"h'd' and cIIl'rl'hrhtt'd' eachIv ) coa 22 dollars a piece or 220 dol- business\ Absolute proof of this ;0 dig."the area mutt: be ready {or this winter own homes at a. ain>

l 'iiiStour'1 I 11 : \i. Inc :them, said Comtrctdore JCItrh..
.
.1..1 ; \ vv :. iimiiiiiiniiiiiimiiMiiimimiiiMimiimLetters / tag These twoslands 81'of If you haven seen the Jay- i I

Ih,. bulk 'il' th- iiummtal' printing' .i"i >!" value the U. S.
[great to Govern-
1l'llly.t \\hal t'ii' ,' : i 1'
I sent t' d I :i" tin. as they rare at the confluence Plant located: at Jens., >P. ,ch
("h inn het" i I 1.\ tin ::0' "I"I'" >. In letuin tin (hambti IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMItlMIMI/ !Iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"Ult '' of the St. Lucle and In. game for next Sunday' afternoon

of (' : ,',.. I" t ,.ituitnt Ii"tl'ihutioll.'ithllut
tnmiK in'gua ( withero Beach Come on uu:
a; ".l Ftutllt:l : ?('\\ dlan Rivers. It is important ,
-
wl, i II I J. th'I I I. "kvr, ,, : "I \ "::11',t, bt \'iiltivkKMI I I and see our championship team
that the flow from these wafers
Th..t I di-u'I.lIt! -----------t, i i" a big nib. ton, It takes \l" .in i 110', opposed I to the purposed' Unilitit, Tax for the City must not be restricted' by making in action.

:*' 6 m>" 'in 't ,imp nl" mill nut 1'iIrIIIIuidt.( ; .", not tin + of 81 uai W" b' !luthe Cm hould spend money In order tu more spoil areas." Nomination and election 1 "f i

,'nti./ t n i HVi: I men i : 'I ,"i ilnppK' Thai" *750vth| u. crowand take It. uUitful place amine the other Florida Resorts. The board Kid Its new officers for Stuart Jay<>" Jensen Block 1\fff.

< \11 ,'''1'llIltinl the --it\, for extra i-tinnirraphic help But Ut us all consider how this money I is to be spent All of u, of recentlyadoptf'd will be one of the Impor at 1 :
policy all
bull" t .."iid I to d ,. '. 1 lit lent job. pay fur It.'t' must not alt back now with nothing to say and then retaining subjects on the agenda for t:11'
State Islands for future
I holler to the "High Heavens later that the CltComml.s.. lon dftl! development next scheduled mE'ftln01 i r ::1' P. 0 Box 1089Public
Tli: t I I- ,"IK' ni t i i. I' ..-"11* why your membership I I"liadh applied even though competitive -
so and so to us The time to voice sentiments Is now Jaycees to be held on :Mono'
i"i 'd.11 I tt i hi : I'' ii" -ta re, 11\111)1") and clerical proper bids on the two Indian
CUKtll, And here Is the issue The City proposes Improve the Serve evening Sept 23. ThIs will: bf 'j i;e .....
River been
spollbartks had railed:
\ d ;ce club and i.:* surroundings They plan to build tennis courts time for all of you Jaycee' ',. -10
Win un, n't m'r.i 1 Fj-I.illl i i OuideK available, right Ihii- for before the policy went Into
I minute and shuffleboard courts. The ground to the north of the Service help select cur president and -
: HIIUHO ''a i tli c m-ial paper .chnitajre and some effect
Club is to be bought and yacht basin Is to be built. The last other officers for the
a roml:i:
bad luck"at.. the' iid, t n final run. which prevented Pitchford wanted
the two Islands
timate on the building of the yacht basin wan over' g100Mna00! vear Don't forget the time -
completion .?..I't ill the -I.d Tic>n-" necessary t"" make a cum
The Civic Center around the yacht basin wilt cost something for use as a fishing camp! its 8 o'clock court hou e I Notic
"plete hook, E'ly, lu.-t month wee mmplitid, hound and State
Sen. Evans
of Stuart
Cran
Tha: i> al.!: lute We ire sale it would make a beautiful place. Monday Sept. 23rd.
stitched 2.0IIH b! nki intuip itniK that the inn off the prawn' : and other Interested In
But would even that bt' enough? Where Is a nurse ; ----
u luld 'ontillil"" with miii )paper> ("'omlll(''' I but that In the
property vlclnit
to keep children while their rich parents play? Where I K ooposedhe I
Because of the time which Suit
paper) tailed to write until this vMikVv' the |presser' sale Senator Crar\ said th 'SHt\l. nun FOR PM p
swimming pool to amuse and exercise young and old Where\
;Ore' humming again and the nptrutii of )printing. folding Islands] probably will be doubled '! ,,, ,, ,
'l.e placing of advertisement foi [ toand
Oolf Where MRS :
i Course are the houses and tourists courts to EMIH COHNFIL my
binding and -ti'ohinv will continue until the tub ix com in size
louse all of the people1hat U going to bring tourist. here whro by projected dredging: to
pleted, whkh 'te hol'| will bt arnund October iMt deepen the inland waterway Funeral services were' held a" its publication some 9 monthII.t* ,n I ti
have
not yachts A handful of millionaires are not as import ''
When i' i j" iiinxhtd Martin ( will have Johns
'aunty working Funeral
nt to the growth and prosperity of the City as would be several! channel ;I'I I chapel at 2 ocloci Edition cf The Stuart Fishing Quid 'hi. lot p
for it 2500 ries "t 12$ book fishing yesterday
on sport afternoon for
) u paCe 'Kindred who Mr
people have a few thousand dollars each So let u .
-
)plus! covers. shah add" up-if you like a-trun
) n-to :i ::niinou.. |Rages'' of printed matter, urday at her home In Palm City
A Oolf course i I" important because ether resorts. have them HomeDemonstration hold
Since the advertising in the book average $M) per Bo is a swimming pool A nursery Is Important to people who do The RE'0 Aldridge. Methodist good

l'uge-and appi'\imutrlv halt ix I1d\'rt l.lnlf-the actual: nt have a private maid or nurse and plenty of winter tourists artn pastor. officiated Burial

rout of thin. printing job for mu community run around 81 that class And probabl most Important Is a place for them tctve was in Fern' Hill cemeterv The properties advertised at aid prc

!par 1.000 !printed )l81Ct'''. Even: wish nights Mrs. Cornell was a native' o1
yacht men to spend some of their ashore Notes either been sold or have advanced' v_JUf

The Fishing dtiide i is, truly nm tingle of Martin County 'I heir are no houses available for rent even now during the sum Chatham Ontorlo and had beena

publicity) being uadied for action nei! The hotels can take care of a few winter Vlsltora and then By :MISS LICILE INTOE resident of Florida since 1919 of improvements nearby and thi ...netsll ll)

The County Advertising. nmmittee met Monday night :t tuart must turn them away J'nson and other east coast cltie i She if survived by a daughter market

md approved t'ilutll'l.\'I..lcm nl the Fanning, Ranching and -111 fill up their tourist places Some of those people would like trtay "I would like to use my guavastart Mrs. Paul A. Devllvlss Palm Cityyone .

Agriculture Booklet a 24-patre pictorial effort with color in Stuart it they' could find accommodations but Stuart l I. I don't have enough sugar1 son. Vernon O Cornell U S ,
Those <
interested in dnr
practical! full now' and little effort to house others Does that Vavj : three' grandchildren Cor- present pr
id cover which. seeks to bring to Martin count the t type) making am sound familiar
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nell ,
nt people who will build up our back countn The proposed project will take! probably at least $15006000 to Ouavas are too valuable( to Anderson Lt. jg Emil Anderson lots in this area may secure them b ,itmjor

This booklet i i" aimed at two classes of people-thoc build At the estimated income from the tax. It will take at least waste Just when tomatoes are Cunningham. U S Navy. and :Mrs J C

planning to retire, who l Lave income, and long for a home tventy-flve years to pay oft! the! Interest! and principal That !is a out of season In south Florida me

in the tropics'where they can raise their own orange, pick ,ong time to pay which may lust us through depression >ears. me guava comes to the recite i :MURF- -----

their own avocadoen. _. fish and loaf and the serious So how' about an alternate plan to bring In some people With It Is an excellent substitute for ABorrMAIL

minded practical farmer who want to know soil| and crop a little money the Log Cabin could hold dances, skating and card orange or tomato juice DELIVERY LOUIS' SOTER

data, whether factors and what other successful. farmer parties The parks need swings. slides see-saws. horse shoe games Hut you said you did net have

are doing. oadmlnton and shuffleboard courts etc. which, could be put in at the lugar-and! one way out is J0, Box 634 Stuart
(Controls.If Orlrl4th \
''im
mall cost. face!
to make guava juice It may be
The airrliultuinl h..klp111 flv under no false ore-
;: '' ill The service club could furnUh a lot of rerrE'aUon'Ith very used t. make jelly In small -
ten.e- Sponsored bv Martin County; Commission: it i quantities street on which house_ 1'I'I
'mall A is needed which would
expense swimming: pool badly throughout! the year based on truth. Uhen factare hard they arc thus presented two scarce to warrant service
very nearly support itself and might even make money. The cost must have
you jelly i aid It I
The county feel.tnid" rightly, that the last thing are matters which will be considered -
would ont be too !great makes an excellent bare for : :
it farmers hen to I II
we want to do to bring inexperienced bv the department;" hoI
The could that would make If
struggle and to tail when into'd with Month Tint'Ida's radically City operate a nursery money fruit punch Guava nectar whichIs added The residential section WE HAVE AVAILABLE A FEW
do for the ; could find I
hey not care resporu bility they probably a even more valuable because It
different conditions
here
le.sponsible Individual who with the proper Inducement would has the actual pulp of the fruit are scattered he pointed

Out it i is an inspninur booklet-with photographs! of sponsor:; such a project at a profit. may also be made. It takes out, stating that until the' lurvey'

I the effort of our agriculturalists and ranchers who are The zonlitt. !laws could bv revised so that people will build to little very Is completed It will not be knownIf LaneCEDAR
sugar. Syrup or
creative ftnrt to real wealth from the 4oll honey maybe the city
making a: bring! accommodate themselves and visitors Other resorts allow cottages substituted for half can meet sufficlen
the
Every! Martin county
t these pictures gladiola and easter hi IKS, fern and xanxeveria. '- But the yacht basin No yacht baMn Miami accommodates too, and is more desirable than pulp assured Wiat delivery service will CHES

!- tropical flints, fields of tomatoes, cabbage, hundreds of boats at their Bayfront Park ",'Ith'ooden piers. West JeHy: be established However. he add-

beans, eggplants. peppers. squash and corn plui, ed. the conditions are much
more
Palm Beach St Augustine and other large resorts do the same. If
are Interested In
such industrial effort a" the Shark Industries Division. ofthe you recipesfor favorable than In former
Eau Cahe and Fort Pierce hue beautiful yacht basinnever full.But !. these guava products call years
Borden Company, Sperti agar plant at Jensen Ceach the boats must be accoMmodated Of course1' There h contact the office of the or hand the outlook is favorable that

t the Salerno cannery, and the Indiantown fertilizer plant. : the Gulf. Lighthouse, Pittman and many of the hotels and apartments DeMonstration!' Agent Home the department may decide/ to AND

A great man>' heuiK! have "gotten together' to make have piers. There are two City piers. One is sheltered on place two carriers on duty here

this first! effort at community advertising by Martin county : the west side of town. Extend it Into the river and drive pilings According to( the Florida Agriculture I I __

briny dh'IlendO-and! it is going to be really worthwhile to that the boats can head straight into the pier All of the boats' Experiment station MORE: ABOVT

Ti liicnl Photo Shop of Stuart has! made the majority. of that Stuart is liable to have can be accommodated there at a very etables to be planted In South Veg- CITY

new photos-and others have come from Harry Wolfe, ace : small cost. When that gets outgrown, Stuart can probably pay cash Florida from Sept. 1 to Oct. 13I ; FATHERSI 'ApexVacuum

K. E. C. photographer and Florida Photographic concern to put in a beautiful basin. We should tike to have it but we would I I are. field peas (sugar crewden' I

County Agent L M Johnson has worked hard to see that like to see It used. snap beans . eu i- (Continued from 'page One)

the booklet carries. elemental facts, and practical farmers i 1 Which is better at probably around the same cost? ''numbers (black diamond). okra I CleaneWE

throughout the county have istt'd-t14 i has Seaboard A yacht basin and civic center with no Immediate returns ', 'perkins long green, sable moons of acquiring th"
summer
Airline Agricultural Agent R. A. Carlton. Or a place to accommodate boats at our Oily pier a civic center squash (straight neck). mustard property for exclusive use for

Ten thousand of these booklets will be printed and a swimming pool parks with acetssories to play with a golf I I 'tendergreeni and tomatoes the Civic Center City Attorney I

turned over to the C hamber of Commerce for distribution course badminton. shufflebeard courts two nice places to dance I I margole) ,; M, o Littman was asked for a

We hope to have this job| finished in mid-October It too I and have parties a nursery and some of these thirds showing almost l| Don't put off the planting I I I legal opinion He stated that so

will require extra pOltag'e-tlt least *:50o for JootamplIl\lonl..1: Immediate returns 1 I I The best home gardens are those many questions had come up and ,,

and $100 or more for envelopes. !I Let's consider it and let our commissioners know. They are'' having a large variety of fresh j'i that so many angles were involv-I
I ed that I
there to do our will and If we voice our sentiments loud enough, ; i the matter should have !
Remember this big job to be done when you give your (I vegetables ready for use oyer'', some

Chamber of Commerce membership It goes on b they don't dare do anything else Not knowing our sentiments they long periods of time. '1 (c4slon study lie before making a de- WEDNE

the sidelines-but it takes money to make the wheel turn.l I do what they think is best If _e are' going to have a yacht basin I Have you planned a gardens: I of said the city had power WE HAVE DISCONTINUED

Iii'' You can help out by sending in your membership ow let's have a yacht basin because we want itCLYDE. I for condemnation public use If of the the officials property AFTERNOON CLOSING UNTIL NEXT SPR''>
ELWIX COUTANT'''
A hundred Australian kangaroo I j desired
to take
Just Too Musk in the OpenAt I LEON DAVIDSON, onoe was seen to clar a j fayor' ( Coleman such stated a course that a

nln -foot fence
co-educational the dean of Editor Stuart News conference 'with the new owners.
a large college, women : C CI
severely cntizizecl the moral laxity of the students. Why does Washington stand for foreign born labor dlctatoK was btalned of the land wonld be advisable 'I Rowell Furniture
during the 3 weeks before
announcing to the student body on Wednesday that The I ruling the United States Is Washington afraid of losing votes following OPA's I making any dlclslons and ,
Jllrat1ea! caned I
,j President and I have decided to tttop necking on the -Patrick Henry DeCator. June 30. 1943. Mr, Shriglvy. concluded on I for a meeting with Langberg Pj10.
8
clock
+,l campus,"-Seebrmg (Ala) News, 'i if __ ;T* Gloucester Mass 1 hall Every citizen tonight will at be the paying city I.I KRUECER BLDG.





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Rossie Moore Becomes Parker and MM TELN-.%GE: GRorr lIT BAPTIST SOCIETY Mr and -frl. Wlllaford R'-' Boyne McPht'I' Cln. of Hibiscus Mr, and Mrs Arnold W. Bauer f'
f wore pink .%T sn'.IBT erne f'
mar- LITER Leacru William and been returned Monday from Bridge.
r.ivrs strrut son laugh Road St Lucle Eslutr t t has'
Bride Of Carl R. blue net gown am Mrs.Mrs L Adibjr Arbocast and The Baptist Htahmar. So- ',-r. Ann Wliuhlp Leac.i, returned i nllned to his hMix( lot over ton, N. J. to their horn on BtLucie I
Cart Roth bare
bouquets of aster popolanaed rtesy met Tuesday' right in tbehorrb e Sat or lay from their summer : Boulevnirt e5
week on sick !1gj"VI 1\\
q sIoort': daughter The bride, given In the T npuues to COMBpktely annex ice a cohered dish borne In Jasper, Oa !I a ____
J \11, i (' Moore of he"( father, wore a I mother that 140 route fait at- upper Mrs. Walton Parks led .. --r.:. p )
(",,: H willard, sons gown with full length veil I wore a tended Saturday sigh: at the the HMe stndy The subject of Vr and Mrs. Otto J, Matousfk i

.t r Mr s E Willard of I It in a ccaonet of seed .. dress of aqua crepe Sloan pale Center In atfdtttat the ........... led by" Mrs J P I IBelIt. and daughter, June, returned to
yr were united in only Jewelry was a lit e accessories and to danetoe there I* Cttne .... wa* -SoOd FwuicJ, tto Jensen Beach last Saturday from RICOU HARDWARE CO.
t IAir I checkers .....
ping-pone and
, nun, afternoon, pearls a gift iron the e of pink rosebuds. For A Good NVtebbor iviicy' : Chicago where they spent the
awl.. Mr*. I... D UcEUresfc .( 1
; ,radlng cere- groom She carried n \' I Parker played the Mrs Garland Edenfield and summer. :
Jensen Beach.Mr F. M Kramer
iied at 4:30': with a single orchid Mrs Aatfre Plttman saint "Where Fishing Begins"
I and accompanied and sister &as. Smoeue and I -
R' Phil Maxwell Miss Reba Mooie do'!. -Tbe World Is Dyl '< ForA
Edenfield as six Mrs Bernard TUlman are always Mr and Mrs R L. Minnehanand
Bip'ist'\ t church, bride. was maid of I Little Kt Of tow*.- Others t'lion' 38
her mother Mrs VV H
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Me" present to arise in eeeetl --
,. ",decorated was attired in aqua and "Be present sere Mrs. C. C TltiuiMrs .
l tin and entenaintac the Smith went to Miami yesterday
,mil white carried an arm bouquet : grasp j Ed Bar****. BCw Lank tnn '.) visit Mr and Mrs Joe NOreen 4.rA.
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and tube roses The Is a aradua of >e. Mrs. Mary Ranter Mrs .
Mrs. Green Is the formr :
j County Hiith' school MR. VXD MRS. MAP? .Honney' cr.... Mr*. W. O. Peaney -
i Miss Sadie Larson of Stuart
ic .nn1rMl..... 1: -YUTUT:'\ DINNER 1: Mrs Theodore Rat Mi O
c 5 NOTICE OF HEARING school'b;; ;d-U seer Mr and Mrs Edward VEapv 'L Andrews. 3L...... J C. ArrVwys -- WE NOW HAVE SOME TACKLE. REPAIR WORK

\ pulilii'. hearing will be held<1 by the Florida. :M supervising prln entertained a: dinner Saturday ?. Mrs 1 c. Aatbony Jr.. Mrs. Mrs. James B Clark and lilt! '
n Criminal Court of Record (uiirl loom I( night at their none on the Grant Leek. Mrs. Clara Shot .on. Jimmy, are arriving! Sa ur- A SPECIALTY.
omnll"I"1I was graduated South Fork. Cnecu freer Mr and I Mrs Dorant F1a1t<:w1. :Mrs Paw! Jay from Carlisle, Ky. to visit her
nt'u'h. l'IOI'lda.l i I rlil ,
Piln : on iv Sepl 2(1( |1940| ,
1&1 .. Alrv High school Mr*. George HironUDas and Mr OMDDI Mrs D. R. Garner Mn: oarent Mr and Mrs, WJ I'".' atRefrlpraliunService
of '
thl' making smh Un "
M MM ( !purpose "
Xt | : the Navy three and and Mrs Lloyd C Thule Ed Bortes Mrs M H. Ro'adL Roilins of St. Lucle descent
'?JI',!' rproper, ( to the ( oitunUsioni i I l Plionest: Day 21G-Night 44-R-4 's
'II n-jilnit, r\idenie and tlim"n"ill IK- i before being dis- Mrv SlUe' UfCrary :Mrs L -o-
', run in the( lost or proiliutiiin and ,,' February He Is em )JR. AND MRS. ROE: I P* dams. rMi.:! : Helen A-nokt., Mr\. and Mrs, C. H. 'Curt" HEAR OUR RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS EACH
m North Carolina DINNER: HOSTS Mn Helen Arnold Mrs. Dorothy.Piece. Schroeder, Jr, arrived filclia!
In the ,
mlk, mil milk product I'alm lla .iiin(> Milk :Markelinnrea, I in Mount Airy Mr and Mrs Lee Roe entertained Mrs. .:A. I Mazuo Mii. night from Jersey City and arc WEEK DAY OVER STATION
!!lr FLORIDA MILK COMMISSION 'moon trip in Monday night with a Ethel Modtne Sirs AHee B ntelMrs. xeupying: their new home "n 5:45: P. M. Standard Time J i
couple will make J a Freeman Mrs Arnold fast Fourth I
dinner party at their bone on Street Mrs Sciir) -
K Nicholas, Ja., Administrator I
t .. Mount Air Seminole Avenue Gaels ineted- Btoer Mrs William Hertner ler Is teaching school in Ji nsc'r.i
-' -- i ed Mr. and .frs. George Spcr 3d.P.< T Jacteon. Mrs L. Oe- Beach. .
/ IItI: RIRTHDU Mr and :Mr*. George Sand and necMrs.. D. William.. Miss '. ---- -- -

SEE US FORRefrigeration I : \' On"ER\TO i \' anniversary of Thomas and son Edward Sin W L Stdtn Mrs. T! F dlt"-. a...
> was observed" with :octbottom Jlr! C L. Bo! esCn I

Serviceor I :\' on Mrs. Ruth S:e- O\r .llTm BORN:'\ \ Wdson M.-Clore Mrs. H. W.
I and a grilled cup ilaarh Mv L. C K'lekliter ants
TO IIIROLDMr STETSONS
any type ofREFRIGERATION I ) Mr J. R. Pomerox' ad Mrs. Harold Stetna 'he Per Phil Maxwell\ I
: talk on his life, stat
of Columbus. Ohio hire announce -
REPAIRS : was founder of the s
the birth of a dcthtr Il.\nloq 1IPLLAt1IL
I i In a word con Thursday Sept 5. Mrs Stetson MEET: TIT D%\ ,I
L in of this
O Hays charge dept
I .' Mrs. Po-nerox: J/aiJ
is the elder daurhter of Mr aodMrs The Bapttot Misdonarjr metes :
HOUSE WIRING AND CONTRACTINGAlton Those preSltn't MTillaford Ransom Leacfa o* wiJeeet! next Taesday the v."aWaMion I !
I and Mrs J. R qat e
Tuckahoe on the Indian river : with Itrs Paul Comb
Ruth
Hunsmger Stevenson
,;jf Port SeraD: the Sarah Etcks?
I !! Arle Stuart Mrs MR ,. ALBERT: F.U" 1 with u... L C Kirkliwr 'w El
St. Lucie Electric Co. Mr and Mrs.John <.1Ll'SC'IfUtS: 'dorado HetehU. and the l. CUe I ,
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and Mrs George L.i f.-
Mrbert: Falk of Canto Bill Moon with Mrs. W L ?.IItY.1I :
Old Dixie at Camden Avenue I i and Mrs. Orrin Cad- !Sewall.; ; Print entertains -z. EMurado K*< tiiMrs. I Altl'IH'lh'i\ St\l, lwl| / /'
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) Whilldejr. Mr "
"' .18'' lid.''-' Eltl'! Shop tier, :_'1 1'I 'aI'<-, 190'H i Thursday at lonebwo foOowvcbv j'Chesterfield '-
OJ\'er. Mr and I
11_ _h4,_........... I : Minnehan Mr bndge Guest inetoded Mrs GIRL MOLTS FFLTS BY \itt}
Edward Smann M"< Carroi.Duiiitoicbe .
i Mr and Mrs WII.I tl01IJUJ IN r".oirThe ; > r,
and Mr' W E It I
I > Mr and Mrs L C fir. Scoau me: T'oIHda7
I Richard Knapp eerscJTtimiOSE! :itterro at tee boo cf Mrs

!guest. Mr and Mrs. J F BCBOC ;Writ 'eader. with ;

Mr and Ms M : GIRD juie-UAts. Mr HemaB Sel i. A
EdelbrewBEER \ Mr and Mrs HONOR Ml"" OU Oil II >Ir-ard Mrs. H H. Clemenu The ..,"./:'r', '.
Mrs. George Mc- The telephone girls of the Swan troop was divided into: three pat"t I "
and Mrs. Leonard office gave a birthday and! trek In 3oL.... Clement* patrol i :. -,
and Mrs Bernard farewell party Mondsy: nifht at. I are Judy Arbogan. Oils: BJTfess. l.l'Z""
Crosby "
: Charles =-lePhtrson.j i i"| !,e u>pboc office famptiinjenung Anne Leach JfanncCte! : l.;; :.' '
I Mr. and Mrs II |l'I Miw Helen DtLoach nyn<.. Betty Morrfcwn: CrelynHettx. : i .. .. ,'v': ,
who leave lor her home and Joyce Eden \ IiL '
t I and Mrs Cecil j j I I :.oday pa- I'; :" i.
of 1 'in Valdosta. Ga. "Those present trot EL in eharte of M- ., ReitiindDdes I Square 'if) :
: included Mrs.Gene Kresder Mrs Jean Arnold Poll Rtcejtt&t ,I }J#;

The Case $ S. Tn."\I (. j I Dalton Anderson. Mr E.: J. Arnold TUJman. Carol MinnCi t. oJ.fi?: '
y I Mrs. Robrn Kin*\E* Tbei- ...Hne Keith. Martha Roy f SHOES
Training Banquet |I ma Oyer Mass Wicilred Fef- Pegram.< Patricia Hancock. Jn"Bsvwn. ,

NO DEPOSITS NO RETURNSHorseshoe i and officers of sen. Miss Delete Handy :MJCS Betty G-een. Loc 'ft sfett -
) ( Sunday school was 1 I Boots Arnold and :Man Hire : patrol m. Mrs.: Boone I. r pr and
1 1 night at the Wo- Dena. Zoki Mae Bakea ee. Heir MeCdlevgh. -
Addresses were ; Jane Morrtaon: GtJno r LOAFERSShort

BarCEOLA : state secretary: of GIRL SOOtTSOIE Hancock and Joan Wiley i %,'
Rev Tom Col- : PICNIC I A
and the Troop n of the Girl Stoat : Dorothy Tuck rHamc

AVE. STUART, or the Sunday went on their bicrejes. ace oaa- Last week to her home -Jnrm, t
L. C. Kickliter panied by their leaders. Mr J T8U. Port SewalL after KK iclmt -
Maxwell was Toast F. Down and Bra Herbert Clements 3 weeks at Teacher i (b1Iege I
I and Long Sleeved
, than 45 were presI, Friday afternoon to their in Boot. X. C
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I tent site on the Indian Rjrer for
II I' a picnic supper They roared:: Urs. A. C Counon and son 'i i; Sport Shirts

CIUNDLER: hamburger on theta: ramp Joe and: her Aster Mte-: > Hath IUL E
DRY CLEANINGand : stove; PtPSI'cr.eN' Jean Arnold : returned Friday from I
Ralph Chandlei] Judy Arbogasi CUve Bcrgess Kba.: Ala. where they spent a '
( with a dinner party Betty Morrison 1"0:..'" Race week with then parent \r and ,
f at their home on and Patricia Hancock Mrt TI Ham t
Guests included --- ---- ---- t

Joe Schroeder of' I I4IjcwWOOL tF
Mr. and Mrs Fred

PRESSINGWDERN Stuart Hardware Co. AND RAYON led

: HOSTESS
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DYEING Baker dish was luncheon host- Specials for the Week! I ,,

the Tropical Farms

EXPERT RUG CLEANINGGEORGE Group Knitted
for a pro- ,
carried out during I

year A chair slip 660 \V A IT. CHROME PLATED :
KEITH was begun at a f Shirts
was completed ? ,
Electric Iron
$6.00 :
were Mrs H. H 4
artin Hobson Reddish SIr'
County ,Miss LuclJe, .- In Many iStjleg)

I Dewey Chason and. Iron t t /aarasaau'/ anti'lIriatons! I
P. Citizen. Phone Traveling $6.50
Bank I|Mrs Glass ,: S .ta rvRka'' !ab

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Hacksaw Frame $1.05 SEE OUR NEW syle"sisew" 5\ I II II 1

SELECTION OP iF- ffrrr-1 e 4,
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THE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY IS Sport t l
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JAMES H. REARDON, JR., AS A SPECIAL Mouse Traps . 5; i; FALI FOR J '\ I\ ;i I II



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Tn" "TI ART NHTS. ,RTVART Martin County P'LORfDA. TnrR"'D'T SIFT 1!. i-$* __
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11t tutirt NcXus WANTED :,'Ior scheme '.\:110( IMIIUM: S } :,.' with the new Stuart(1U':1t' A B.I5.>1\ and daughter\ Barbara. --- -- / '' 5

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) :Mr and Mrs Francis I : : Service Co. Inc of Stu- of Jacksonville Also. Mr. and I '.&. s I ,: :;I

1 111'...- .--, ,,,, dWwIr-,, ,,, ,if f Fort Pierre and | and started work Monday.Mr Mrs L W England and daughter. MrrMarrs I! I. n" a rr...' 11I-_-_sise cIE.tf .' I, ', ', ,
Marrs. t'r H.aN I
.. "". I',,,. hams: student at the and Mrs. Sam W Bard- Mrr OUdys 4nbi pwI.s. I: I

,, vi-rtlty. who Is spending a returned last week from has J Just been released I'5' .... .....- ,. <- ; / : I
iMiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiinniiiiiiiniiniihiSERVICES I I I I I I l l l 1 1 1 l 1 from WAC service in which sheenlisted : I ) I,
'.cm with Mr. and Mrs. and Patricia. Conn. : -:':: ;: ., I
CR33ft1EDnlllllllllllllllllllllrlnnnlllllulilllllll l fl [ OFFEREDIIIHHMIIIIIIlltinilllllllUlllllllllltllllll when her husband wenton .. ".;. :.. > "
tea '(' with their son. Robert. .. ..
Stuart of Stuart were ",., : ,. .. I ,, ,
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active combat duty\ He wa .,. aA I ,
\\\\t.II I ?n.". ., IleI Friday of Mr. and Mrs. I 1 I daughter. Mrs Patricia. they i :..;, .; '. ::'' : Nt'rl I .. ., I I:
,. ., : lost while flying the Hump in .. ,
,. I I r uul ttisey and Miss {Catherine ; \' been spending the summer .m dt.I51, w 'n I I.,
I','h II 1 It'h ,... I ,
:?:! Walton. I their stay in New York Burma ,.,,_. ,, *"od St l.wtN.. } ',. I ,
J."c..c... '."'F rkeseeN1 I 1
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Patricia. student "
Mrs. Edgar K. Martin ol formerly a <
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nil CROSS cues; U I.aw? .x5 5w5 I
ton had ns evening bridge/ Miami University was regis ...j .. _' ...._ ..n 1 !, ,
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APARTMENTS: fOR RENTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhlllIILIILIIIIII'll! ,1 1 tL."I t, /I n n I I,4", m1 5."'"t Ma.l ii. 'i..wer5e rsis Friday. Mrs. L W I, for Banard college re- AND LIFE rRt RIFIIS .......r... .x55... .ar-.-ft. .,"t ,-.. ,
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,; ;' ,' / '" I '" tf Stanley Kitchen and Mrs !: there. Monday Mr and IOU BEACH SAFETV I gr.e,-" ",. .5'tta aeI .. ..." I : :, :

I.., _' ,""' Nol.I. ,. .. Kennedy of Stuart : : i Hardwick spent the day in The Red Crocs has placed' four I .......,"...,.,.,...!'Ip.. IunSY",_..,..- Ns-u'M ,. I, ,

men are 1 members d the I Beach. life preservers and lines at Ute <41_ .4 15. .Pnra," 1 J
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IIIMMMIIIHIinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNOTICES Treat club. I Mr and Mrs. W C. Wilson ol Jensen Beach Snack Shop forUse .5I..e.,f... ":".N" ..r/G./. .. .." .. ... I 1 ,

Mr and Mrs .1 K l lHradcnton I :( who left here in May in emergency The donation l .,.?nF ..t5.. ".,"45"...1 '.M...._} "SW.. ,,5, I ,

arc (' 1 :Mimmer in Michigan and 1 fills a lone-felt need" at the papu.lar .."_,4, t m art MiiMiimimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiii 5. .- *.*.. ..** ..'.,. ,
i1 birth of a rtaiiehter visit with a son and daughter bathing beach where despite *<"*,/ll -," rH-rtf-* .4.*. ni ,, '
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m Bill".'." m (4IR ':1f laVkJoasManaaHkanDBClCakaakkkkkMkl Frances Sept 2 Mr I will arrive home next the utmost caution cwinuart .,,,. ..?.--.5,.. a.t i *::ed-------; ( '

Expert Workmen ,\ grandson of I the late are now and then caught in an k4.Q77Y Y i.k'l.tn. .
f i a1r. 'hi m '-. I u'is' ',.iIc ." .. : ;
John Miller and! well) I
unexpected! undertow .
I Lt Cnmdr. and Mrs Wllliair.: .. N. ...... I I
To Recondition Your this locality wherehe has I home --- .,.". ,'.' V: 'iw' ..... .." 'rI II I
Flinn came Monday: ..... a a e .
since a child. MW PAS10R Ill StC: s..40 s ... I ,
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Boston. Mrs. Flinn..* been I..uk' I. r. fNY ""
VENETIAN BLINDSWe I I Mim Peggy iLu'tin r.uici! ReW F Brannon. 3>. has -,.. ,
1111\11' ''IRT. '<' this summer visiting her I ...... J. I :.... f ,
Irom Olean hospital All u' come here to assume tile pastorate : 1
Re-Tape, Re-Cord and and the Commandci ,. ,1St
II'tlltll1T I: I I. ,1 verslty N. V arrlv( d in I of the Church of God -- .,
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all of IS vacation from
day
Repair a
type Aaet2TMOrLYTl
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Sunday evening i 1"1'' a \. ,, Golden Oat-, which holds regular / \I
Amphibious base in Fort !, '
Venetian Blinds
I with. her mother\ \ :Sly mnrnmE and evening services I: I Ii
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I Martin and her brother' at 11 .. mana"7; 30 p. jc8unda 5iuTS COL'11TYstATt ito.aoti1Y .- i /
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and Campbell
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V*. P \GET Martin. -
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I Ankona will leave Wednesday or O5IIYTIOa to MALEAeruAAtl'YAfwon :
MAIIER'SVENETIAN Mrs. Leicester ; .
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Louisville. Ky.. then go u'. :
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BLIND Walton celebrated ..
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FACTORYVero Friday. Her husband / for the convention of ( .\lm OF THINKS i n, t 5IM-Ei 'It'D: 1
LOW SUMMER RATES Jantzen Knitting Mills which t N IaiLQ t- ,. r ,

I the occasion save a dinner ; \' on the 16th and Inhlt'h \\t .i-h lo cxprr' our thankt l' 011..1'II.! ; n.. .,. I i ,, 1
Beach FU. i '. .. ". '..
at Slmonsen's In 1"1'\" \ I "
Three Apartments I are Interested Mr- fur the mant'1Ip..ion.: of air ... Insr 1 '" :
they
with theater a 111'\\ .lId. j to.. &..._ : I .
IS Rooms Write Maher's, Vero Beach states if merchandi-' tnpath\: extended' in the recent .' . 'ASt It.,.. .

Mrs. Walt1''UI1 Fot ., .... I, ,
pa--inn ol lOur dautbter. I r. O'
With or Without Baths or Ankona. Is expected home i as scarce as now reported they .. II..M I ,.
be back (for the winter sea . ; .c' X.- .. .
11y] from many ,..t't'ksllpent j MariaMr ; ,. .... I ,
no
and MrJur t aa tjnre. I
Cad and ComfortableOn Phone Vro Beach 2170 relatives and friends In Last week they had .<- : 1 r. 'M .....- J : ,

I tlo Mrs Campbel.I si>'< 5- and Family.g .. .. ...... '
the River For vllle. East Liverpool and 'I.-. P.s S '
'I 1 children. Mrs V :M 1'u : .:
:- .. .
Ohio. She noIs visit
..
I : 2 '''' 'W. A r "
VICTORY HOTEL FREE ESTIMATES I .
daughter Mrs Kenneth atTtIS "
I ,. 0'.... ... ,t ..:.0' [ f 1 ,
Phone. tt" tf t ; ar.i. of Meadville P.i ) _, It' ....., : I.I
I I be a guest of her '- J"1 and Fix 1 J u. .1" "" ..."
I I Repair Up ,. .'M ,<...,,, .... I I
--. Mrs. D. W. Frye. to! :. .' '. I ,.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmimiiiiimiiMiiiiiii. i bl :
llllrllrMMMIMIIIIbtlilllllllllllllltlllllllFOR l' I I I prior to leaving.. Mrs. Frye 4 -

SALEluiiiniimiiimiitinHiiiiiiiiinMiiiiiiii Indian River DriveHmiimimmiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiiini vInter home in Ankona Materials Are Still Very -- :
her sister. Miss Eleanor \'(' I R .

I ; f-os. will be down : ;F Scarce But We Will Be Clad 0ftC., ,..Cp...LuttroeelAs. ....... of Meso : .
I L3 Out With What -..-o tIr e.rlte.. w Ns5. d us
To Help You ., .
hulldays. '
r f5 555 L ad 5.r t Jars at'--:

.. \I ''I I Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 'D' '; :Materials We Have On c", .;,-,,5rK5,. d rr 0 .Warr... r..l:: :. 51 i

Dt'I1C1 ;MrCia 1: : Collier of I of Salerno were Sunday: \ : "ll Hand. tar.'_oat! -.w strf.d e mate:. N n.5e5 R ...........s5 r'a. }: t .j,

M :mph: ':..i: '. -IM-OII.X' leases : of Mr and Mrs. ;' :\ : Ieee 9ausr." SK. I't.n m rdan
ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR "- 5n5':.ar resat trrt ap.s
jt The ('.I\'(' ..t Edenlawn. I lof Eden. lost hgt- .r I...,... 0".L ...f 5555ms :
BEST! ,.. ...... ,
: e. Wru4 me IIIry ti
Dinner Mar.be.
nave requetc-ci ai. addition to guests at -
C--- 05 5515 SN eS a4 l-1.a. : t
hat cuttalne .uici \, "I'k. is already tation. the home ol Mr :u:.< I a.. .. rrr,, M. aeWV1 n 0 .tee'un : :
I ; wr u st* Oar .. s>: c__ :
..r.derway. This addition! because : Lewis Bell Edason.I Tui--o.i k '... .tr :fa : l

I their daughter MiNi l\.largaret.1\ I nlnjt. were Mr and :\11':- Casa Lumber Co. 5 *-C.>.......TWfMFMC.of 5tre r 555 ft.Harr fe. A..f r..40.OATCJ : :

..''jw with the Red Cross in Oer- Thomas of West Palm t. mrd'7 GI'S1'UI.u.e a/tefe 1Uc-n.! 551 1 : '.

r.any. will arrive in Decembernd Monday their. guest \\ .1- : a so MM kk oCk .....-7 .m fHntr.ftfT : I I ;
1 T1a11V tea .Yq ann [ : :
> join her parents here. /Hlgel former Manuel PHONE 66 1'i-d.. Nnr.a. =- r ,
..4 Mr4 arTrTBJOAIT :
'teacher In the For OS Mortises

Another up-tu-the-minute 'I i ,schools, now a Service "II. /at' tM.-.Y ftSDeta5 ae.p55555.wwsrrd""*"""-._Awiufo of a.r .. :

ottage<; ts being constructed on I the' Veterans Bureau: .... .t' 55 t5e Ct. O4-.4S II sue ; ; I
.
\ of r._ rtetv7t j
!hc.se around, of tropical'' plant. ,I Gordon Brewer ann >:
Visit Our Store I I .
'12SMr I I Woemi are now in He: -< Package UifsnIOC; 51). mA I

Merlin and Mr. nroute to their home :in ocwr SmDLA710N p. a.-g r !
Phillipstare
A'.oWt-rtrtrl Y Ylt C .,.. :r. : ; : {; ; .
-1 '. : In building this !'oltagt'l After leaving Avon-by-: Css .1 ruraLA 55 "5. Tao .. t't : .
,I ax 5erar 1 roe a. Tar-o... ana..uY Ss--.s-.a"
!icv are answering the call ofoilsmore where Ih.ypel>t a nun tar, C_' tr._. '- w C0 -.. ,
,I .rsr t4 C'..-..'" .....Abo..s e.t .... t
t< homes And the} weeks. they visited! :M' : :t.i r all kinds of .,... .55G,..... en ft' X r -' :

COSCR TF !3LOCKS are 1t'llurlnithe\ style of architecture i Srnest DeuUch at a at.:, Taw 5r C..my 7ft Off 7d'w .r 0\10'. 5e: :: : : .
.
i c.ttt7 rten4 atP ,...., 5rt ao! ; .
size of structure and : TI.. During the \\a I: :M: : Blended Whiskies r ........ v.a..- A_ ,. or'" t ::
retnofJiatw: dei'veryBOLAIRINC.i .stilt. of st7" T.... oi Ea.Yr.N US i
f.ul11.h 111 I!s most wanted by their and Mrs. Deuuch .n.: : t c. o I 1 ,,. IAt. tylae Si t'a 5-t ris r.u I : : :
P1ntMs P1Ut55tN A551sead i
clientele: hildren occupied one rsr,. ;1 : "

This cottage is already leased ottages at Friem.sh.p All Kinds of "' RtioitTA: lIT TD IZG8IAo11.'U .
'.
W TD nA [ w rJ.IIImA
15th Street tor -hf! winter season by Mr. and Dr. E. L. DcnniM"'' '.\ ; Tim. ... ".-, h at'5trm ; :
Opp. F. E. C. Depot Gin 0._f5' needs.m.5t. cres r I :
Mr- Victor T been ill \'Ii .
Conklln of Sauck seriously ol : i- A e. :xx.. t. .. I tat ir'i'ISt "__d. 1 r

WEST PALM BEACH CeutiMinn\ who alternate monla at his. home m:: E.mprovlng. < at' N a.of se-.a" C....._. -..:..-.1 ; : ': '

Phone 8279 heir '* inter* between Florida His son ai.n: ,u! ; -- .eS -.... .ia.a..t'5 .. : .
Hoyo top C..t n t .
and California It was in theft and Mrs. E. L. Der.i-),: ,": S Also Bourbons _. O.es'y. rr".o ** ::

C"ilnnIhome! where Mr. Mr- I daughter Molly 0'01.Fort .,'.\ f ] i M 5_Mw.Na_ .. 541 t.'Jtaa n e II'Ili..._. rKMa. / !:

... -.. win. vis.i lterl upon his dlscftirge Pierce, are at tin DC, : 11g- too s'tent&.a.r _.'..bn_ 'L.t M. r.,',.,"r...Y a5,..... _fad i ; ; :::: {

r, 'iii the toast.' : Guard. Mr. Conk- home and will reman, Wide Selection Wines r "r'-s N .h. 5Yr tS rar.u Ste 55si.. :
HAVE ALL SIZES ,
WE '
1 {.n 55 R.lt :s 1t 1r tq: rpe a I
Ins a retired attorney, and his Dennison Is out of (i.mui.Miss e'-r.sY5.erIY4as.. .. Ni r

OF \\iff plan to select a home site : Bernice Fillm.i..ui: t 50.5715sac.T7ox "' ,, .

.i' Eden and build1.1l'th,1 turned to Eden Saturr'.u', t ACTXU JCX
J T>* Udktttfi fl Ml_ .
20INCHTRUCK trip to Cleveland anrl J,< : Cocktails and Mixed Drinks Pod........ .. .n: :

: TIRES .\ :-' Washington bed Ohio, where she vii.itt'I 1.' i itnts se. Sett-K.-ri15m-i r.. YYMee try 1 r

-pi'iid' : was the wedding gift( Mr. and Mrs E .t' i TOMMY SAVASGREEN'S re.u.N.e. Mo--t.rsr." : r ers tor a alucf r55wwnn. .I : ::: .

Also 'hat Mr and l Mr!. Merwin and '.lam.. who. lastvn/ .? C_ oW.n. 55 _01* Crua-T.,....r I I .,
055. _.-. .... 0 cun'401 frat C '
SEAT COVERS Mr Phillips carried with them guests; at "hie Heawn) ,ni,:ii.I ; < ar .a d tAr ire D ain of a.pair. : ;
FOR YOUR CAR 555 M rcn.r 5w tar ................
\I.-1:: 'hey visited Mr and Mr I sag rIt11Rl55. d ......- 4Sr asd, ,
C8antnrd Backus ht .II'n._..'. .i .1._ ... .'wr.. s. t7 c.7 I 1 : /
RALPH L'LMER MOTOR ace[ .Nara o wt C'7. ..Aa7'C e. r :
Pierce Sunday. The fact that | .-ww. nas-'r' tM.. amY.YCa r. '
COIMMEDIATE .
of CP-B shah
art i 5:3. 555..sass
fhi. ........ } "
.
-pread was picked up from tat 055'. 51tL Rt < --I
.. sa.e ot in Palm Beach. tat d !.torn dsad.a5wd ern aM : .
antiques ..
ornr 555 5 "" Coo ..- ., .c "
FUEL .
.
591 ..ft55 100 .51655 55 ""O'rt 55.0.a7
and! rs value only known to few. J... exare. tnac.. tit s..wa... .
s. It make It worth mentioning. Mr. !I __ r5 .o.o.' s. Sat+rD.a5 ; 00: ...- !
._ -. :
5 Y r rn 55
and Mrs Backus are a recent'' _*.. UA Mf mf ..b._ 5rdee5r545 r55 Car ti.I .
I!: # ... '. eo.'c..' ..u,...,ac br aed' : r
I bidand: groom _. ,
.r. n of usa r r .5-455 .
.-.a . T L Hausman. who arrived GAS APPLIANCES !1 _....u 55 at _. w t.115r m.lt r.A5.r1Y F ; :
t t55 .w Els'MC L.10 it I"flti I
'o.'. ,. "... '. s .t.day from a stay In New York ....,. ....... -* ...."' .. : ; : ; : _
.
_11 1pn.t, i.r '
r.e :
; 50s5
was accompanied by Mrs. Haus- i I 18. te.r cow -..... _.......st .5 I I !'
DU41CBYo t.YsS If 1ir s.....7 dear ... rprt.r -
man to Edenlawn Monday where .. .... ..._hrI r. ntnrt '. "
\ they were planning fall plantings Announces ......... ......... .......- .a ,5r, 555..
i-e. a.a--'_,. .:f __ tt .... d., m
for their gardens at "River- f .0 tr. 1.- I
FERTtUZERSAND .nedarVsr : r
C., .ttr F a. Jt a-7 :
.
crest. their home on Sewall'cPoint. I .. rf .- "' a'.ttk7 --.a.c t1r : ,
Removel of its office to 530 .
temporary 11.--.1 .MSS tit slafleleta b .Ydp ,
_._ ........... .. ..-.os.- .. ; : A
i ......i5554 If Silnes .
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. are mr,0. .
INSECTICIDESRALPH MerI, r5 5 5'7 lrA1.... 5940- ." .. r
'Ain and Mr. Phillips went to I South Fourth Street No. t .etnR 1,55 tS/r'.5s: d ....._ Y
1.,. '. H-. Crru. ,...11.... atbNrp (on Highway 1)) 5"5r' ............. ....-.... .c ......... : : :; t; .;
..r G... 5.wr -. tenser Palm Beach for a dinner at the i I ... a.tfIl.. istsSnnt rr alftadrl ,i *' '
... Lr5h5.r, home Mr. .4 M u. r mu eir---. r : II
I' pYd u. of and Mrs. Richard
Judd. In the Everglades apart- I just north of I the site of its present ware- 5 Z si ise Tn. 5511 n *=-.*r>1155 r4:Js.Mtm1r ..:l ,;5..

C .Yrt+LSs /.arm.5aa arIa : / ,,
i iMerwln
CUtER MOTOR :nnu s Mrs Judd and Mrs I '

CO. ae sirtsers. j house and its future 5LC'nOX. -.. If'r, S" ,
I showroomand ir tMb 55att5,5 ent.15 d 6a )
permanent ; :
Mr. and Mrs Don Romasello | .,U ... .< ...r inn* ..f rftect. '"A-"I! .
kc .t...jrrt .... r1.055 ..? .
nMinmiiiiiHimiiiitiimiiimiiiiiiiHii have arrived at their home In SAe d i.5 tasted ............ d 055455CY4y. *: .r 4 r
office.CREEN'S itWA5. d 4 ta.-.' : : : ;
Elclred, and of
LOST & FOUNDMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiuni were guests Mrs. [ 1. M tsAS 555 rt_ pr P.t7.w, S' ;
Vr.-i Clark Roat Monday evening 5' 5f55w4 .4.R,1, 5555 .s.ta.f .I ...
I !
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tM'Y.5l 555 r-L.5 r rfr '
'
Mr and Mrs. Romanello spent I Ithe f.0 ._t. ;. r.m of = C>,uaya.r 171! .. : ;: 'iao T,.
.
n>noxi< *ox9 k* BaitlKa -
.., ,, .'. ., In the CaUkllls andtheir !
.0' summer s raxT *>ra aAoc o. o on. ,.. ... I .. ..... of stn. ....5 bra n. trri is Sc .'
.. 't_. I'v northern home In Port I C vr.y. C.n ,...,.... Rat ..t' ... I : t 1-T

: -- ,mo ,. n w rt. Chesrer. N Y 1.--_ r5 MX' ix-t1..5u fun._., 5 7i r-'H .,so.S ....... ', ; :;'; : : 51-l' ,7 e
"w i h '", te.LLnl :Mrv Oils DeMaeschalk of Walton : : FUEL ... ..1 acrd east ae5 5.5 '. ..t. )r
S.T. .._ tw. ___.. ._ _..-. ,
'I
I : r.
4rn n.r 5. I' was one of the hostesses of .- M.. M it. dri. d .ace err. .. ,
--- -- --- -- ---
er.5.q.+ d --- natSras. m ,, y'
the Cary Dutton class of Dutton I i .. I :
,
REWARDFor Memorial church when they entertained P. O. BOX 425 1 c.kvjflkC a. a.U5d ttoo iaoft::mm'Yd =. 15.55.44'.55.5'i of"'I II"r

Return of Lost with a rainbow shower ,, c M V.. h..4xum .. .< w eo ......'! I b,or
Dog
Boston Bull honoring Miss Martha Fay Cor- FORT PIERCE FLORIDA 5*-.**cvrv ewdt.5.nt 0':1"i': ;i t ::' r':h'i;
.
.' ::
!bett. who will shortly become e45wg.n e5 ird 8rI7 Sit : k I.I'STu/d:
Black and White r- sut5s. .5. rw ... .e- ,, i :
r5 M ha _. _. : ;155 t o,5't
c p HrL 54cY
the bride ol Calvin L. Smith. +
This doc was lost about a d r7 ...... urttw* 5 SYarry d ? ... .r.. ".,. '
Gifts for the honoree were found t rice- car_ oaaJ: acsIr ..' lo
month ago near Stuart Fla.. a. a. ..'tae ... !ar.. ..I ; ; >w.
at that time wearing harness in the "Pot of Gold at the Foot j TEN YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICETo .' L r. .diaa k* ant ..ai ; : : 7.: ,II"
...
.,5 d a leer W rttart n. es.. '
if the Rainbow", where decora-
and leash. ._ Nat _* CfOKf Rat s, A' njY
tions of flowers and streamers If. u* nwi: W Yt5 Mmvt. : ;: /rN' tart : .
-- ._ .
M 0. 5tve 1. .t
Contact enhanced the attractiveness of &a airs Sri 555 540t ears : :::t : ,, I
!
the occasion Prizes for the con- Indian River 1\11 rtin St. Lucie and Okeechobee CountiesPHONE i f \' IFTw! :, f
MRS. LOUISE CORN >> "
rot. wt'r.1)11 by Mrs R. A 170CSt 1OL"1 _rtT-Lt1 tai >7A I"1*. : LybdW t
:
I JCDT __ 1 r n''s n 9td r ; .
3900 N. W. 36th St. Campbell and Miss Martha Fay.Folbwua 884 NIGHTS 563-R 1- '.. :I 5. r .
nsrA
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HIE S1UAKT MEWS STUART. Martin Co'inly: f.ORIDA. THURSDAY SEPT. 12. 1946. PAGE SEVEN

1 11I11111111I1111I11111I11111111I11111I11I111111I 1 1 1 1 1 i ;:;: : ;- I
teaching ;e-Y
In the Stuart High derwent
a major operation and I Also the Wortham homes are which is occupancy -

Checking school was hospitalized four weeks being rapidly finished, one of I t I II
Up
: Mr. and Mr. Joe KUng spent Since returning he ha been able .
to leave his home for short distances i
111111ItI$ IIII1111IIIi1I111111111111lIIIIIIIII$ the week end in Deerfleld with I t
by car, but Is unable to
,
Save Off the record we hear that Mr. Kllng's relatives. I resume regular work. PIANOSKIMBALL f1I; I

negotiations are underway for Mr, and Mrs. Otto Matusek and Mr. and Mrs Paul Myers plan "

sale of two more of Stuart'a daughter June, arrived Satur- I to move to Kentucky where he and KRELL SPINNETTES for immediate ;
apartment houses-In additionto day from Chicago where they will take up electrical work. delivery J

1 the sale, announced this week spent the summer Mri D W. Wentz, who has I
01 the Roebuck apartment. Mr, and Mrs Arnold Taube I been ill a greater part of the' BALDWIN and KOHLER & CAMPBELL SPINETTES \ )
1 If and daughter. Rita and Carl time for several years, Is improving I for Xmas. Delivery.

Also i That Martin county Rose and Howard Austin spent and Is able to get around ALSO USED RECONDITIONED PIANOS
I hasn't been forgotten by Spertl. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Joe her home place i
Inc the agar agar concern which Woods at Hobe Sound.A Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hlgbee are EXPERT TUNING and REPAIRS
C I holds lease to all the valuable new loud speaker has been rejoicing over a daughter born I
0 sal ET Installed in the FREE DELIVERY TERMS IF DESIRED
I seaweed In the Indian river. Town Hall for recently at the Martin County I
the benefit of the games players Hospital. Mother and daughterare '
They promise an
early announcement -
T IN J of new plans now There Is also a new electric water now at their new home at'' LEGGETT MUSIC CO.
___ I under consideration, I I cooler, donated by the American the corner of Michigan ave., and

TODAY I II Legion. are doing fine. II A. R. PAYNE, District Rep. I
Miss Elizabeth Robertson
was The ,
A lot of folks are asking about F. L Higbee home is near-
the golf courseSuffice: to hostess to her bridge club at Ing completion and the family 522 Clematis St. West Palm Beach
say
I Seymour's Inn Friday after- I
now that the county dadahaven't expects to move in soon
noon. Members present were ---
--- -----
forgotten this ImportantItem
Mrs. R. S. Robertson Mr. Arnold
of tourist attraction As
Taube. Mrs. C. H. Alderman. Mrs
soon as are signed
papers up
+ Lewis Gamble Mrs. Adolph
I north, the whole story will be
Hertel and Mrs E. J. Ward.
RIq,1.19RUBBER I told There's many a slip be- Lennard Enderson left SUn- I
twixt the cup and the Up" but
: day for his home in Chicago.
DOOR MAT I golf fans have every reason to Mrs, Enderson remained for a ,
be most optimistic for a fine
visit with Mrs. J W. Johnson.
season.
Member of the American Legion -
\ II
1 Auxiliary of Jensen Beach
Folks who are sitting pretty In met in the Sunday School rooms
Self-cleaning Auign cleans mud their own homes make a major of the Jensen church Monday
ryy a 8odertq ir and trek from ihoei quickly worry out of the meat shortage night After the regular business
b We able r Tough, loci waria{. .It's bad and going to be meeting at which time various

boo"' r Worth for Weekly F/ve-Sfor/ SpecobFiiinum / worse for sure but folks who items of importance were discussed 1a '
I' can't find a place to live consider a prize contest was held. Hair Tonics 1
meat a minor detail. It is a fact The prize a beautiful crochetedtea
that three of the new teachers apron made and donated by

whom the school officials felt Mrs Ruth Richards, was won $1.35 Val JERIS, COMBINATION 76c
so fortunate In getting came to by Mrs McQfresh. After adJournment -
I town and then left because they the member wentto $1.00 Val. KREML 79c

Chrom. Pleted i II didn't like the Idea of unpackIng Town Hall where the Legionwas $1.00 Val. WILDROOT 79c p
their grips on a curbstone.. holding a business meeting,
TRAVEL IRON ; The school authorities may yet The Post had as their guest for .75 Val. SILQUE -- 49c
j be forced to Invest In a housing the Littman,
I evening Attorney .50 VITALIS .. 43c
( .. 4VeVO project to keep the school operating Jim Kennedy, Andy Tslmas and -
FASTER 4.49 I Anyone who considers the CoL John Q. McDonald all of
school more Important than the Stuart. Col. McDonald represnt-
urt nodtrn aluminum dilftn.uT :Randl ii detacbabl for I winter visitors would do well to ed C. B. Arbogast who had been
Shampoos
Lose
rtl lf-butlng cone, easy packing. Has but share a rent house or apartment called out of town on busIness.
, Hb 12-14 tb fowl control dials AO with the faculty. 1 I Attorney Utbnan addressedthe
Mojud re
II joint assembly as to what $1.00 Val. DRENE ..... 79c ;
R..47 I One prospective winter familya legal steps the Post might take Famous

rr SHAG man and his wife and 6- In regard to raising funds for $1.00 Val. MAR-O-OIL .79c Nylon l I
r )ear old boy-like Stuart better the Legion Home. Other legal 89c
I Val. COCONUT OIL
RUG I than any place In Florida. matters were discussed and the $1.00 Hose t i
there was a day nursery where Legion voted to incorporate with .60 Val. KREML 49c j
3.67 I vie could leave the youngster Littman handling the detail I

teeurlour Retbtcatf and a swimming pool we'd never Refreshment were served and asocial
look at another spot In Florida," and recreational hour was I Advertised
STEP STOOL they said We hear many demands enjoyed by the post and mem Nationally Drugs
;y .Sohi1 for a nursery-It wouldbe bore of the Auxiliary and their ? j
( 3.67 a good paying business for guests. I' $1.50 AGAROL .. ..__..... .. .. $1.19

.. ; some of these young couples (or I $1.50 PINKHAM'S COMPOUND .... .. $1.19
IIOs:=::::=::lOClO fc w "" *f=
poll oat wd th retired ones) and serve a public
hand The !steps 1ltUe stepladder. ahmr h1M need In Stuart. ':Palm City NewsBy $1.50 AMPHOJEL .. ..u............. ...$1.29
are sect WHILE THEY LAST!
alto red steps II $1.25 PETROGALAR .....__......___ . 89c .- : : --_- __
For months we've heard-al ANNA B. DAY
.. ;;.: .. -
hush-hush-that a bakery Is go- lc====oClo ==:=oClO $1.25 ABSORBINE, Jr. .... ...._... .. w 89c ""
tt""i
Ing to in Stuart, Every report -:1 I
open Mrs. Ida M. Pinny, left Sept
a $1.20 SAL HEPATICA ... .. 97c !!"
.
has it a little nearer 6 for her home in Arlington, N. --- : 1

+ Our checker hasn't learned what J, after spending nearly two $1.20 BROMO SELTZER ......---- .... 95c: i Ii
.
the monkey wrench In the cogs ': here with her son, LeRoy I II DO you
TackleWe I years $1.00 WINE OF CARDUI ............ 89c:
Fishing is, but It will be a mighty welcomed 1 She expects to return on or be- j ; WEAR A THI/JS I i

business. fore the Christmas holidays i $1.00 HALEY'S M-O ....... ."u. 89c: : I:
I f i I Evelyn Nichols small daughter rl5en road 7/vie
r We Have A Good Supply of The doctors and dentist are of Mr and Mrs. J. C. Nichols, :' $1.00 IQRONIZED YEAST ...... ... 79c :I 14
Arc yen dliguitod with "I'lo Iran I
STAKE returning from vacations s you
returned last week to her homes I SHAVING BRUSHES .... 75c to $15 I arewsorine/0urwuud.p.rw.nlb! 1e
Hooks This In-between season Is a good: in Jacksonville after spending
Plugs Hooks-Gaff equipped la fit you with a Iran do 1I
time to get your sickness off Mrs. .
WAGON five months with her aunt 1 togidyourewnperionalcoi"* ,;
hand-and especially to get your W. A. Hiers. Evelyn will enter I
Lines, Etc. teeth checked-before the winter her first year of school this fall.
: rush sets In I Like they say Mary Barbara and Walter STUM! ; mm DDiP.} .

about the check-ups on your old Hiers spent last week in West
jalopy: "Don't wait too long. Palm Beach visiting their cousin $.
I The Rexall Store
Check that tummy and that Laura Mae Englebretsen. Mrs. \
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I l 1 BUSINESS WEEK reports that Robert L. Heureux who served
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sallboatlng enthusiasts will soon several years in Germany has
be In the competition for nylon returned to the state and IS expected -
12.46 R'9.5.95 materials, when nylon sails, in home this week. He has
the experimental stage at pres- been visiting his sister, Helen in

'.. a a* a ntuitj wno ent, become available New Jersey since his arrival.

f(' lIartaUDr. .to., or Adjustable t I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIJENSEN Helen also served during the war
aaore the sides and .J'1ID1or In England as a trained nurse
III t cowtir wagon.Bnbtwr NEWSBy Since her return home she is i
an,. PLAY taking a rest from nursing work
SINKS ARE BACKIN
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Wednesday from Cumber- about ten days ago from the LIFETIME STAINLESS STEEL
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rilE STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1946.


I t each side wanting more than I a boy who Is a freshman In high I II since he is the living symbol of a priest may never marry, neit- I eight yean In college The stud- I make this, th<' most-lit,

the other side will I school I her is he responsible for a wife ies Include Latin, Church history decision of m\ life .,.
\ FISHING willingly should pick a vocation his religion The pay Is very I ,t:,
I of his char- theology, psychology, the
position
&QJ grant without a fight-so the which appeals to him and find small-seldom over$150 a month, and family. Because fit )nr] Tb
acter he Is respected, his adviceon church rites, and numerous great need fOI,
. fight is on.Before out all he can about It.He should In addition to food and living matters I diocese priests :
temporal other subjects
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spiritual or and I clunk i
IN THE FAMOUS study Its good and bad points, quarters In some places thereIs is sought and treasured, and I "Do I fit the position?" Not the life of a p11 i iI hi. hhch,

i St. Lucie the war American mer- I then ask himself, "Do I fit the wears no a cash black allowance.suit and a A Roman priest he wields great Influence In his now perhaps, but in a few :yearsI I sacrifices, and! ,'r!Mainly t ergo.y

Region chant vessels annually broughtto position, and does It fit me?" collar. community. shall probably be ready to I spiritual advai" aces. ,!

the United States enough In choosing a vocation I liken the priesthood, I .
rnr TRUC ? . " pepper and spices to fill MOD myself to a traveler confronted in a way, advantages. While it Is necessary to spend at least

The port men ...f Florid,,a had better roily now to there trucks and trailers enough ban- I with several roads, each of which SALETwo
standard of tht dame; <& F h Water Fish. Commission, I seems more inviting than the FOR

and back that grou up> m t -ticking by its nuns on the anas to provide every person in I others. These roads run In three \ CANf. IV6 GOT I

October 1 ruling, ''I"i I Lah.' (h"I'chobce-bl'CItUl't' a real the nation with two dozen, I general directions. One leads to BAILOUT TO HEAR TM6 REST v WIRAStuart

crisis is at hand enough chocolate and cocoa to the white-collar world, anotherto /- op THIS pros SAM OVER ) Excellent

la UM year to come the chin decision. and also that the comnurclal make a bar-candy line to the I the laboring",world and a thirdto QiilC! 'J

CB&Mtnt wiii 1 be under attack: catch of catfish on the moon and enough sugar to give the religious world. Of the WIRA -- Office
each person 73 pounds. three, the religious world looks BungalowsPERFECT
r? both through the courts and 1 lake was declining as to use of i Bartlett Bros
quite probably! through legistAU1'e i -' most promising, so I have chosento
fish and numbers caught, There :Ml FUTURE LOCATION .... ....
". be a Catholic priest I
action-\because: it has 1 was: practically a total disregard 234 Seminole CONDITIONSEE

bad the courage to stand firm', of the sport or game claaalflcation i I (Prize Winning( Essay By The priesthood has both advantages -

to designating bream :and: crap' of bream and crappie one 1 GEORGE 11ITZ, Grade 9)) and drawbacks, but I Ave US AT ONCE

pie a* game fish no more,> to be member of the committee even the advantages greatly outnumber i

caught and sold out of Lake Ok-1 remarking that thev are not I Knowing that in a few short I I:> the disadvantages. One must ; >tib Phone THEODORE DEHON
&
eeehobee or St. John than ojt: caught; on hook and line or years my high school educationwill not however overlook the disadvantages -I 1 SO
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of any other lake cr stream i in 1 sought by sportsmen" There be complete, I realize that A priest may never REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

Use State Th* commission two 1 t were further Indication that the now Is the time to consider myllfes marry and must spend a great t 209 DEHON BLDG. PHONE

Seeks ago decided to hold firm onUs 1 reason the bream catch hu not work. Of course, my pre- deal of his time .studying His I M STUART, FLORIDA 8
nUDe prohibiting! the further' sent views may later be entirely character must be spotless and
declined appreciably during war
commercialisation. of these: two 1 years Is largely because the fishing t I reversed. but my opinion Is that I he must closely guard his actions I a .. =="=--- r '

sjKtiea the greatest step aheadIt In that period has been con- '--

has taken since the 1937 law ducted over the spawning I bed:> a r

profalttttn sale of black bass where these fish congregate In : DOLLARS fflSjak* **.**. g 5A.Mtta PATRONIZE

In practically every other great numbers-with the very

Slate in the union. these species strong possibility that this more I SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING

are reserved for sport-men They or less recent practice will show MARTIN COUNTY

hare been reserved for sportsmen bad effects In years to com. I MARTIN COUNTY YOU

In Florida) In every: otherlake I agreed with the remainderof .

and stream except Okee- the committee that tome I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

cbotwe and the lower S* J-,'>hns. means should be found to aid

They are came fish rei-oemzed the commercial fishing industryon

as fame risk everx" ere-excej Lake Okeechobee my own ,

until now onhe e two catfish Industry
dew being that the COMPLETE

bodies of water should be encouraged: UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT THE STUART NEWSIs Uncle Electric and Refrigeration Stuart

The Lake Olcetch bee Com- along scientific lines and I by:> me- Billy sez. SERVICENo

menial Fishermen :\.'-oetar.onhas thods which will give a continuIng -! YOUR HOME OWNED: Offered to you t Job Too Large Or Auto Can

decided to file an .::uncMon crop-but I strongly disagreed \ ARIE I' STOREMcCLUNG'S It't"is r.ht, ISIS In' Am".lna Fealurc Buhntc. Reproduction pwltleelypr.hudt.di. Too Smtll I

Bait in circuit court at Moore that the committee was $3 FOR ONE YEARS I. Modern Cottig

Karen today to prevent enforcement capable of deciding those methods HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC
$ FOR TWO Oh. twiddle de de and twiddle And Trailer Co
of the commit l -i'.i s rails and nephatlrally dlsap- CO.
?. I: If quite understandable proveed of the final committee Sc TO $1.00 STORE de dum, is a tune my mom used RENTAL 81 .UNK 1I'EEI

that they oppose the ruling and action recommending continuedus Keep In Touch with ; ._ to sing; I don't really know Day Phone ALL Co', 'rsILNCL>
OSCAR F. JOHNSON Own.r wher' th' ditty came from, but Hobe Sound 3271
wiQ do all in their power to of seines and traps. with what goes on in ,
BENNETT B. McLAUCHLIN It sure cute little BLAIR and BAKEOld
was a thing Phone
break it. That there mil" be a the Martin County Nite .
It to that ,
appears me hlen.aerHOME I It was so Innocent and care-tree Dlnfo H Pboot,
Stuart 185-J
bitter fight on this issue IS beyond solution to this problem was Insight
I like I remember
.. Its harmony'tIs -
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question and the probability when we committee mem-
how like that
is that It will extend to the headsandthat funny nothing
bers started
butting will strike a chord In life's mem-
1997 Leftatatore Sporsmen must that solution was that the BUILDING
PITCHFORD'SCAMP
be vigilant to see that measuresare lake 1 be returned to the freshwater r orylWhen! Jensen Hdwe.SURE StuartService
would .
act the See mom hum It I
pasted cutting po'erwt under
category directly
from under the fee of *hpCQFrrrtifsion knew all was well-as happy as
of the Stati
the Game &
supervision HIGBEE &
A veiled threat of her lot could be-wlth; cookln',
Water Fish Commission
r Fresh FOR RENT
such action U contained !in i.umerttts "hlch would cooperate in build- Cottage and Boats an' cannln', an' makln' things TRY THEM THEY GULF PRODUC
fonna.llette- to 'he cnmcUutoo WORTHAMGeneral jell, she hadnt much time, we
from a legi.lative l bloc' ing up the catfish crop study WHOLESALE and RETAIL call free) Her life was a long ARE MORE THAN TIRE REPAIR
and recommend the me- I
proper Contracting Seafood
one-nigh eighty-six useful
bordering the waters concerned
thods for taking same-and reserve APT TO HAVE IT.
and Repairs Bait For Sale one, I will attest; she made It
Road Sen
Quick
I: happened that I Was a member the game fish for the '
that 'cause she knew all th'
P. O. Box 832 way
:
of the }-man committee JENSEN BEACHAT
sportsmen VI P tricks of eettln' from others the'r Jensen Beach W G. REIN Mg
Phone 144.R .
which: met: at Ofceechobee three The commercial men would : COUNTY BRIDGE best'! ACROSS FR "ART '
weeks ago to act In an advllOrypactl"1
have been willing to turn the A small reward here, a little

on this question lake back to fresh water-If praise there-she didn't care shucks fer a drone-but th' way she

The evidence presented pre- given a guarantee that their Industry went at It, we jusl didn't dare t'dlspute her born right to th' throne!

cderantly favored continu- would survive-but the SUNRAYJALOUSIES JOINMARTIN The all of us boys wer' long. lanky chaps-two sizes too big fer r Lunch BATEMACONSTRt

.*=:.< of commercial fishing un- big hitch was that they Insistedon COUNTY to whip-.wed much rather hold dear mom In our laps than to Herby's ,

'-r regulation on the big lake. determining the methods by give her a piece of our lip!II'd B.Kln.. .nd Working M..'. { 'I TION
H:ever there were numerous which the operation would continue CHAMBER of
like to encourage th' brave little wife whose cares aI"' aboggln RISE' 0
'ie'ors:> Introduced which indic- The decision as to those ADD BEAUTY. COMFORT AND COMMERCEServing Lunch and Dinner'sTRY ROAD A
VALUE TO YOUR HOME OR her down; never think of jour younkers as bllghttn'
your I 11 J< IRS
i'ed as least to me-that the
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conservation decision
methods Is a BUSINESS 3Y INSTALLINGSUNRAY OUR fl..00 STEAK DINNER
life, ner let the'r kid-tricks plant a frown! Keep lovin', an' plan-
s*;. nt.fle irvystick had been which there Progressive
and Every
a point on
SHUTTERS nln' to do what you can to make of your children GOOD FOLKS- All Food Cooked In SiaM Ol LAND ( I LEARIS
made was ?vet far: too brief a Is strong difference of opinion. Interest in This Cuttomor Clean. Courl.ou..
LSTIMATES SUBMITTED and you'll find It helps out if you hum as you plan and treat allth'r .. GRADINGESTIMA
Efficient Sny!
?*T to pranks as HUGE JOKES
: we will agree!! to supervision Sunray Shutter ONE VISIT WILL CCIVWCE/
PresidentT. YOUF.dor.1 'II i SMIf l [

i if we can continue to harvest I Products. T. OughtertonROYALPALM c-& ,. t ,. P '*nl..a'
HI.W. N. I P O Bo.
ol1h 7g5> : the crop in our own way and retain -' w. C. ARMOR P. 0 BOX SIB

/ 'I the bream and crappie. This

in effect. means that there wouldbe I I I
q.'rAPJ ttJT IF IVM In all
change except
no EXPERT
Web FRANK
/ Ordway HALEROOFING SEE
tTHwCRiFN
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FeJt honesty that the commercial Interests I Lance Brothers ,
c ': CAPI7ALIOy I II are enlightened on the I TIRERECAPPING
'4 t' MotorsAUTHORIZED
J 4CY/cDN I VollraFOR
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need for size limits and have ,, Cctxtmtcal 7r.napert.tie
f A I
JC$ Restaurant
suggested a four months closed I DEALER FOR
KNCCKIW1 of all kinds and
IT"J'ij
season for bream which would FORDSALES GOOD FOOD

stop the spawning beds operatIon. Roof RepairingGeneral
These are of course, good AND SERVICE Phone 110-J Pleasant Atmosphere PlumbirCRANE

suggestions DAY AND NITE PARTS SALES We Pick Up And Deliver Delivery Stuart Friendly Service :

Ent t.think that U tiler.1rfte Sooner or later all fresh water WRECKER SERVICEBODY SERVICE t STUART RECAP SERVICEJ. 404 Colorado Ave., 'J. MILE NORT OF STUART FIXTURE

w aaiaas'ft* corporations tlMn'tf k* fishermen in Florida-as else- REPAIRS PHONE 9124 R. POMEROY: Jr. Phone 9141 and Leave Closed all day every t CALL fS FOB HEP.\

where in the nation-are going PHONE 9142Standard KRUEGER BLDG. At My R..Idne. 115 HotIp.tlok.. Message Friday PHONE 265
A fewer ,ta1*.. ...,
!t"iwa.. a factory' a to have to accept the fact that b B. Addition Writ. P. O. Box 111
Pretty ?' ra h* s im- -
r..sxt I')JOO seop!" who oak black bass, bream and crappie -

:sure !money that trey used to are sportsmen fish-and that

mass o iajig odd jobs q. working the catfish is the only freshwater Oil SUMMER SPECIALby DUGANSThe ROYALPOINCIANA SCHOOL DAYS ARE
u djBMtM or day laborer commercial fish It wouldbe Stuart TaSERVICE
I j
l anion organizer obwrrttu good Judgment on the partof Co.SERVICE ,. NEAR. LET US

fMtovy making !money the sportsmen to extend a I 7Y TaxiACROSS ".,""U if .. REBUILD YOUR

H* IIb l hu chops sees a Job friendly hand to the commercial STATION I"! '
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f,r cmitl orjinuinf Li... I I men on the building up of the INDIAN RIVER BRIDGETO f. and Waterfront Cottages BICYCLE NOW
GAS, OIL, LUBRICATION WILSON! AT JENSENBATHINo < SODA Depend
:rx n. and ommamg them '; catfish Industry through conservation AND / On. 01 Florid.'. Flnnf Prompt
FISHING
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i TIRES WASHING POLISHING Fwnt.bThe
x9 meat! ?-it they'll rive himi BEACH All Work GuaranteedBill's
methods but both sides Summer Rate
GENERAL MOTOR TUNE UP CourteousPHONE '
I -M o f th* 1.III:1'ea.se.lad ,
To 5
are going to have to establish $2.00 Up People
FUEL PUMPS PARTS OF Friendly SpotIN DAY, WEEK or MONTHJ.
1' Bike
tie
", wiwr kada't mutual trust in each other to ALL KIND PHONE 01S4 ShopAt
nU 4 ka BMM; nit started the t flow About Wednesday Or SundayAft.rnoon S. MICHAELSONJENSEN 1 1BE 14
get anywhere. In the present Ralph P. ChandlerDIXIE
factMT tiered k* D.factory .. I Post Office Arcade Stuart Taxi Stand
situation it appears that media- $\ SO TO JENSENjldeal k sad .* COMB. HI-WAY R. L CROSS Ow.., YOUR TRADE APPRECIATED
I tion has hit a dead-end through -
that all too human falling of
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WHEN YOU'RE THINKING OF
Roberts.on'sGrocery
Sport Ij 6
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Enjoy The Finest Shop Seawalls !i Ii NEW GLORY

BLOCKSAND Frozen Foods
AGENTS FOR Birdseye 103-M .,
"Wilson"Sporting We Specialize in Boat HousesAll FOR DULL

CONCRETE ITEMSSEE Goods. Amoco Gas & Oil One Block South Ralph Types Of Marine U HAIR SSLittle r

FOODSCOCKTAILSAT t I Ulmer' I ConstructionIvan I
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Jensen BeachAt TaylorP.
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Chas. Boxwell O. Box: 474
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HI.WAY-PHONE ".W ers For Fishermen "Come in to see us"I PHONE
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GroceriesAnd I II
BEER WINES CIGARS ,
22 MILES NORTH OF STUART Excellent Food CIGARETTES, NEWS PAPERS Frozen Foods I ELECTRICAppliances

PRODUCE, DRUGS i STUART'S LEADING *
Specializing in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious HOME MADE PIES I NOVELTIES GIFTS CLEANERS lNcE
SUMMER SALADS Sealtest Ice Cream LENDING LIBRARY I ANDELECTRIC Kitchen, Laundry CLEANINGEXCLUSIVELY

Western Steak. UNDER DIRDCTION OF Cabinet and all small DRy

GRADUATE DIETITIAN 'The Place Where Jensen Beach I SERVICE appliances. Radios
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L. C. CLEMENTSI Friend. Meet"OSCEOLA Stutrt N.w. P.p.r For Sal i MARTIN I PHONE 58
Bar Store Grill COUNTY
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TUB STUART NEWS STUART Martin\ County FLORIDA THTRSDAr, SEPT. U, IMt

l.Oull1an. territory, one1sImed the head of the Gnat Lakes to r

0\ 1 1..>R> Salle the the foothllli of the Rocky Mountains ALL CROPS GET unwleldly bundle of boots fective influences, to producea tag Use community in which

for Franc wu not STUARTand EARLY START IN which slip and slide, especi- new generation committed our etolldrea IJW' np to hare I t
11 LOuisiana, LOCAL SEED BEDS with in the fingers -
Ij ally an apple
rille s Ruey Highway accidents In 1945 Increased --- to good to science to aJtrnUa: 'I these to ten the teachers of LYRIC
()f territory which should be free to I
Iltal 20 percent over the previous What it Needs "Generally speaking, fall to democracy to honesty to their errors.
MexicO"' to the hold them together. For this t
:be oulf 0 year-20.000 dead and plantings In Martin county are wisdom, and to sincerity. !
and from By KENMTH: !. : STIMMELL: much is the process of civilization I WT VACATTOK-which I Intend -
.JIB toundan more than 1,000,000 Injured. "earlier than In former We tell these fine young Americans THE: DEMOCRATIC PROB- to write about late-was THEATRE
years L. N Johnson, agricul- LEM in education." be
onto
that we fight for Democracy goes spent in a moantatn cottage with
-- out SCHOOL tural agent reported today. because Democracy say. "is not primarily: a problem a Itttte '-,. ar old girt, along

This city and county face an Approximately 150 acres of means freedom. I wonder If of training children! It U with others. We were not so PROGRAM FOR
ESTATE d
For REAL issue that cannot be avoided. tomatoes have been seeded in they feel that adult minds the problem of nuking; a community smart In teadunc her to not eat THIS WEEK \ >

The problem Is of more Import the field and excellent germination seem terribly Inconsistent at within which children the black brrrtM until they were
OPPORTUNITIES SEE ance than all our material has been reported with the times can not help growing up to be svCaefenUf' ripened. If you

wealth. The education of our seedlings already off to a good BUT OUT THERE AT THE Democratic intelligent, disciplined coald hare seen her face-for FRIDAYSATURDAYSEPT.
children start. The agent explained that to freedom reverent of the she color conscious
Is above money value. SCHOOL Is a group of teachers, U qatte
}( They are entitled to the educa- the planting of seeds right In trained, through long years, to goods of life and eager to sharein when we toM bee that the -red 13 14 :
o TTO UBIN tion that only we adult can gl e the field Is more or less an experiment make these future citizens re- the tasks of the age. A school blackberries are green" you BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
them.It forced by the shortageof alize and appreciate the fact that can not produce this recast might reattte the job which faces

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERNext Is high time that the citizens labor and high cost of the aducation IS the road to free- nothing" but a community: can I the school teachers when they FEATURE NO. 1COIUM1IA

Door To Stuart New of Stuart and Martin young plants which have here- dom. For someone has said do so. try to explain away many: of the
WHEN EVERY CITIZEN
tofore been purchased by most inconststeacfes of oar personal
County awoke to the housIng "Education makes a people easy .
poor -
takes these facts to heart
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growers.A and: community life More
power
conditions to lead but difficult to drive;
at
our High and only then-will the criticisms
few farmers have eggplantand to these men and women who
School. Parents should take it easy to govern but Impossible to
pepper seed beds he of our schools and our are new school '
said bfiiinla a year'
enslave. Perhaps It is the attempt -
[NDER DRESSED HENS, FRYERS selves upon themselves the to see for them- and all Indications are that extensive of some national leadersto teachers be hushed for we, as -M.H.
crowded conditions of
citizens will be to busy right-
plantings will get under-
the school enslave certain peoples with
building In which
FRESH YARD EGGS way earlier than usual In an attempt _
their children try to study. Those the resultant tragedy of World QUOTES'OF Smoley Says:
to hit the markets
early War II which has awakened a .
LINE "ALL MASH" FEED responsible for the welfare of : "w ..
COMPLETE the county High School should while prices are tops.DOWN new consciousness of the value THE WEEKT. .W.D.e7-...-.'q...wrw'Mw.-",...--",aaN. .

"GET THE BEST FORGET THE REST" cast aside petty things and begin -and the deficiencies our -.. ( i .f --:1' -tq .4CI._ape'aTeF.M.Nf.'
schools. Or it be the shockIng "
thinking and acting on an may eye sls ost yoyye4 Ms' 1fi
Issue that is vitally important.We theSTREET figures of Illiteracy revealed I -T. G. Rich*, DtaMrlt" N. P.wA. .
JAINS FEED STORE adults have had our chance by military examinations of out gee's ekah flIP $:'+5,. if t

and It Is up to us to see that we millions of United States citi I 555.55 WOMM to*nfumt.,... Pf"
FLAGLER AVE. PHONE 311 give the kids a chance. There zens. But, whatever the Incentive tain. #' .
the educative leadership of (
has been too much private Interest I
the nation Is getting the supportof ;. : \
to contend with where TUnn an es peaerfal I.. :;-r '
money was Involved to lay solid THE MOST NOTICEABLE public opinion as never before.It dial that if .. atoai W." ; fi
foundations for a new school CHANGE, DOWN THE STREETSof Is evident In Martin county dropped ..t then It Mld f ut ': ; There
I building. Until this city can Stuart this week are the shin- and school leaders are showinga lay tier and fr...."-Her* c'J' ::1f'
IARINE STORAGE I ing little faces of school child new spirit to go forward. They S&riiwr, eoesme't.tor."I / .
county get up and see for themselves -1-: :, ., NEVER
ren-All clean in
with slickly deserve only encouragement I l '
the extent of Improper ,.
I I brushed hair, and stiff new the efforts to meet the postwar "
Eve! ud di whatI
housing facilities at our high jut klOTf "''t
7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE school nothing will be done and shoes which aren't anything to problems of the teacher and wars U. At.., .. escktatl..reviea"Mrs. : K... was
I we will continue to be faced with compare with the comfort of building shortage made more Am Jrrmt, ;:;:" a
the situation.To the warm summer earth crunch- acute by unprecedented enrollments Ness r.4c.Sensing SOS yr1 *. The surface Lee er.eptng thro'.2cla
HAULING AND REPAIRS I Ing under their bare feet In all the schools. the .ads 6:>es sat craze than
date the registration of And brand new slack suits and BUT EDUCATION IS NOT J'O'IT tkat.: A w,:J flee tM I womanlike
is know F.probaW rielatuftht swan tot deyEa.y Palace' t/'H'. sl.1)
pupils
175 above that of last
pinafores which shine like the apart from life-as Joseph E. .
law.--.7_ Cottar JYtrOlo wj I k J Gf -cl..nt:: growth the
WELDING, MACHINE WORK year and this does not take Into cheeks above them and Hart said In his book. "The I. wt cXomartv*.
consideration ,tottmf" itrHf ffaaut Oit>o,
those who will they don't look as carefree as Discovery of Intelligence." He radit.t4I 011.
register on arriving from the those old dungarees, with their goes on to remind us, "It is
BOAT AND north. The school building has second summer patch, and the Just the adult generation giv- TUESDAYWEDNESDAYSEPT. L .
ACKSON'S proper room for 450 pupils and faded sunsults that had to be ing its own world to the new albs puttralllpertatin.
weld toad IItiD
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Machine Service ritcm 17 18
at the present counting there are outgrown before buying the new generation. And be sure the
ski! !. U>. CUef EnriM *f
575 pupils attending, plus an school outfit for fall adult generation will not give America slept at U* owil ..*-
''ONE 156W3 JENSEN BEACH additional 125 expected. AND THAT CANE FISHING a very different world from JTOZiaw B. Cktrmt. Stff ./ (J 0
There is no lack of materials POLE, and all the parcels of that In which Itself lives. The Labor awf lsdwtry./Pa
such as pencils paper, books etc. discarded motors and radios adult generation can not keep
I -Just a lack of room. Lack of which bulged those pants its own private evils traditions A
room to the extent of using the pockets and the dolls and greeds, autocracies, "It van WM w.wtIIltPm.-
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Episcopal Parish Recreationroom I buggies and balls and bats shame, follies, and Inslncerlt-I o heed Or.hii,firl yenO.bud...... 4ririf.II ftrInttmff IIrDIa. lff ncTunfTATfRE
UMBER I VETERANSIBuilding which Is housing 50 students and scout accessories I! lea, and ask the school, work-

and a Sunday School room they've been replaced by that | Ing in the midst of these ef- I ,...'
of the Baptist Church which Is I f

housing twenty students. How ..elA'V
can you maintain the proper No. 2Cows.

1 US FOR students schooling scattered atmosphere throughoutthe with your Acclaimed By The Nation's Theatre Goers ..

town? From all appearancesIt ncru.u
MaterialsWE
will be necessary to seek additional ds
room within the city when w .
WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOUProperties I full enrollment is reached. The LYRIC THEATRESTUART

I It may interest the reader to
know that we out of nine coun- ,
ties with Martin county Included -

have the lowest school mill- FLORIDA

age of the list. Our millage for CARTOON
i county and district is five and

one half mills plus two mills for Takes Pleasure In Presenting "MILKY WAIF"
the districts of which there are
three. This millage Is approxi-
SERIAL
mately half of that of St Lucie,
Pasco. Manatee. Lee Indian CHAPTER NO. 9
a River Highlands Brevard and "Anna and the King of Siam" XIBWAIB7AYIO
EVRYTNINO TO eILD YOUR NOuag'tvRYTNINO Palm Beach. Surely if those KENT' BROMBERO"MARCH "JUNGLE RAIDERS"SUNDAYMONDAY

TO $4I YOUR CROP' counties can have mlllages of ViBVKSJRMiMM

I from seven to ten, then why RSGBLALO CtNNY jJ
can't this county also? The
IRENE DUNNE
I Issue Is at hand and cannot be SEPT 15 16
Waterfront I avoided. It is the duty of every OF
citizen to see that this Issue be

nl) the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound. ''I I' brought to those responsible for REX HARRISON TIME"PRESENTS
the welfare of our school child-
Ocean FrontageS
ren. It will take about $350,000
to $400.000 to build a school that .LINDA DARNELLA
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will meet the requirements we "ATOMICPOWER"
need. The education of our child- I' Lc'

% .... oRIVR ren Is far more Important than I 'I TD.rryl Per ,A
e the money Involved for education I
= Zx Is apprenticeship of life I Fascinating Best Seller in ,

and should be acquired In proper I
environment, not at a low stand- "HATFUL OF DREAMS"
ard. Thrilling Screen Production :
LATEST FOX NEWS ,:1
Statistics show that 36.8 per
ae i MMMM-HHHHM M
cent of all drowning victims In

+ : os suf. a.fT.r" the United States last year were THURSDAY. I
of school age American Red yJ SEPT. 19
t Cross water safety courses are
available to all ages, six to sixty. TWO BIG FEATURES /ZaRM1 '
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l FEATURE NO. I
Y ai IRENE DUNNE

SUNDAY and Monday I vanesFAME I REX HARRISON


EMERSON LINDA DARNEL

SEPTEMBER 15 & 16 'Born 1orTrouble" rA r'

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saw.'n"rrM I. I ---- FsuateehllU I
We have stressed AKps
Housr
'MUDDED -- alG
; before the Vital ...::--:ifs. w a f... ,
d Importance of Suf
o ficient Fire Insurance f1ISI111sosnu

: on your home, FEATURE NO.2 ,
Palm Beach esLIBLLIIIihUaGl
t : I" with Valuations of West Directory

o Real Estate Con- I JETPROPEU..EDEaterbiameDt
z I itantly Climbing; WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH I J .

1'1' The same truth applies K THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGEDELK
I to Your Fur- 1

niihingj. Replace- .In MOORS. TO I.. ...0... HAWTHORNE "Johnny DISNEY CARTOON .
ment costa are ,
auaar twee I soaring. Think a JEWELRY SHOP ROOFING CO. "IN DUTCH" !
Comes
REPAIRING Flying
WATCH
minute) Have you I HOOFING-SHEET METAL I I.: I 1
Stings of Improved and Unimproved Properties enough Contents OF THE BETTER KIND HEATINGVERTILATV'Gwawpaooroso

Throughout Martin County Fire Insurance, If p 335 fa CLEMATIS OPTICIAN .a OPTOMETRISTS. Home"With
CLEMATIS cal OLIVE
ACREAGEt tRANCHES the Loss Comes Latest


Sewair Point Rlver-to-Rlver Properties ED MAPP J BOB'SSAFE DATURALocksmith Fox
and I
RICHARD CRANE
Jupiter Island ocea --sound Estates Sites Every Kind of & BicycleS :
& WORKS
. LOCK
, nric. I FAYE MARLOWE
Insurance 202 First St. -:- Phone 7890 let Datara SU West Fate News ;I
B. ARBOGAST
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rAGE TI'II::' fur. %tl' AIM 'Nh.WS: ; STOAIlt. Martin Count: ?. FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1946.

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,11I1111//11I111111I11111111I1111I1111I11I,II 11I1'('I ENCOURAGING WORD SCIENTISTS SEEK OPA PRICE HIKES --
Fort Pierce, Florida
ABOUT ALL MADE
REPEAT PLANTINGSON
Phone 782 I SALERNO NEWSUy Word from Evans Crary that the State Road Departlent TOMATO ACRES
: FHEDEHICK L. PORTER : \ ill; include widening of the old Dixie through Stu- The numerous price increases
Foot Specialist Mils O D. QUCLEVilliltlHIIIIIIIHIilllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIII ar: and pat mg of the final link of the Glades to Coast road Norman C. Haslett, entomologist granted during August In clothIng -
Room 204 / / i Jrom Stuart to Tropical Farms In next year's budget and formerly with the Ever- home appliances -
Sunrise Theatre Bldg. The First Baptist Church will work plan is highly encouraging.There glades Experimental Station at automobiles
.. t_ begin a Sunday afternoon sing is an "if" attached however. We must furnishthe Belle Glade la in charge of experimental and many other Item
each third Sunday at 2:30: Everybody State with the right-of-way, and do so as promptly as and research work have constituted the "major
it cordially! inVited to attend possible with tomatoes In St. Lucie. The portion of Increases to come,"
I| :No effort should be spared to accomplish this preliminary chief objective of the project OPA District Director BernardC. .

Rev r L Crawson pastor of. work. will be to discover and develop Goodwin said today In Miami "" ... ,
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1k6S QlARS the Southern Methodist Church i! The widening of the old Dixie will mean that eight means whereby repeat plantings "Even though these many Increases ...... '
..ISMSltliS to 10 blocks of live business district will be added to ," .- ,.;;<
here left Tuesday (for Memphis, i I our may be made on the same land came thick and fast
Tenn to attend the annual conference town particularly from the service station, garage and Instead of using new land for the director commented "we
tourist, ."enlcistandpoint.' It also means that more tour. each crop, development of new must remember that *"e were
lilts will see our\ town and stop here. It is not felt that and disease-resistant varieties scrambling to meet a deadline
The PTA. will hold Its first
there will be any particular loss of traffic on the other and diversified cropping. and grant the Increases required -
meeting of the school year Fri- roule. inasmuch as the old Dixie cut-off will be a diversionary The experiments are considered by lam"He STUART BOAT RENTAL
day night at 8:00 o'clock at the
route "opening Stuart" to those who wish to go of great Importance to the pointed out that the present -
school house.
ABSTRACTS through the heart of town. It will certainly end the com- South Florida tomato Industry, Price Control Act carried Frazier Creek at U. S, Highway No 1
TAX: ASD TITLE Ur and Un Emory DeLoach plaint of motorist that they can't find the town. particularly the phase relatingto the provision that, whenever
IN'UTIGATIO"'SI:5CRO"'.* returned home Sunday after The paving of Indiantown Road to Tropical Farms repeat planting St. Lucie possible price adjustments required (Rear of Gulf Filling Station
TITLE INSURANCE: three weeks in Homestead whereMr should greatly aid in bringing in to Stuart more traffic County growers are planning fora by the Act must be made
DeLoacb underwent an operation from farming sections, and in opening good route SMALL. BOATS FOR
FLORIDA our up a bumper crop of fall and win- within thirty days after enactment RENT
ill the way to the coast for Everglades residents. The way ter tomatoes this year, with of the law. This 30-day
ABSTRACT CO. Helen Bubo returned home things! are today, it h easier for Indiantown residents to planting about 88 per cent com period expired last Saturday.
last week after two weeks In go to Okeechobce to shop than to come to Stuart. plete. The county will also pro- Goodwin said, and the deadline FOR RIVER FISHING ONLYBY
JIM fn SCETIEDTaTUART..-t Miami visiting Ur and Mrs. The third important-and most important project for duce other crops In considerable found mandatory increases already -
FLORIDA Roy Scheel all Martin County-i* a direct road from Stuart, the countyseat volume, a survey now under way granted In all major fields. HOUR-DAY-OR WEEK
Mr and Mrs W. M. Morr returned to the Ocean Beach. Indicates. "From here on price Increaseswill
home Wednesday after While this will directly reflect on the prosperity of be held to the absolute minimum
pending ten days in Naples, Stuart it willllltlo share its benefits all over the county. If FORMER STUART BOY required by law, so that
\uiting their daughter Mrs. Arlo you reiilh want: to see what beach development mean. IN 7-MILE MARATHON we can all look forward to the
Carson and family :visit Indian; River County and inspect the fine facilities enjoyed SWIM, LABOR DAY 'economic stability' which Congress
Mrs Martha Whittle returned In' all residents of the county on the ocean beach itself set as the goal of
home last week after three weeks Apposite i Vero There they have a fine public bathing John W. Tucker known hereas price control" Goodwin said.
Qf, ert 'RT"M .n Madison with her mother beach, with showers and toilets thatched cabans and pic- J. W., made a good showingIn

..I (,I: :Mrs Hunter nic ground the 7-mile Labor Day mana- :
Ilt! Mr and Mrs Jack Saundersonand Vern Peach and Indian River county have a renuta- thon swim, holding third place ROTARY CLUBS a--
daughter Jackie of Miami Hon for getting! things accomplished' by "pulling together." through the first five miles from STUART N. : .B: .
I nave returned home to enter LetV do the same down here. Palm Beach to Lake Worth ,'M..1. W.d.e.d.aI ..
"". Jackie in school here With Senator Crary and Rep. Marvin Rowell's aid, it when he became exhausted. -.<1; FRED iHISHOLMS r.au. I .
Mr( and Mrs. P W. Wtlbar returned Is not beyond possibility that within five years there could Young Tucker Is a Palm City !,, ,If .STAFFORD......". 1
.laUleID lad, son of Mrs. Jack Llsk, who T4'JAMES PECK AM. f.e.
home Tuesday\ after a be an ocean boulevard from Fort Pierce to St. Lucie Inlet,
rr.or.ths vacation in Harrisburg, and a State-sponsored bridge acres Indian end St. Lucie gained prowess as a swimmer /TUIfIIIT F i1'
Pa Boston Mass. and Portland Rivers as part of the scenic State highway system. Let's here when, as a youngster, he
I tirntals : all work for the accomplishment of this project. would dive from the Palm City
MeMrs John Hillhouse of Me- I brldbe and swim to the Roosevelt COLD WAVEPRICSSMIHED The LIGHTHOUSE

Alpin: spent a few days last week PLENTY OF MEN TO MARRY I bridge
here visiting her slster-ln-Iaw, (Orlando Sentinel) I Competing against championsfrom
I IoMPJ
I or Information Mrs Martha Wit tie.Ok You girls may relax now, and stop worrying about : Harvard and other nation- U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 1 AT THE ST LUCIE
Real Estate Insurance : and Mrs 0 Johnson the number of Americans who wed foreigners during the ally famous teams Tucker entered < 1 ;% .f j
RIVER
the race without the usual
and sister! Hazeiand Christine, war. (}ItOrlm
[
Write or See Frank Simmons and Ted Baum- Statistics just have been released that the talk of training for long periods of en smlill

gardner motored to St Augustine scarcity of males is just so much malarkey.The durance. COLD WAVE
JOHN E. TAYLOR last week end bureau of the census says there are more single After three years In the Navyhe .'**
e kit COMUU f Ml /, EdelbrewBEER
Osrrola. Bide Phone I01JSTURT Salerno School opened Mon- men of marriagable age than there are girls seeking mates. was discharged five months ....icti fs lon-cyp .oh x>. wt
: da;; with Mrs. Emma Kindred as "The ratio of males to females hasn't changed much ago and Is living, with his wife snot so Cutler ippli..6O.e.d. e..trJw.bun**
principal.: Mrs. Jeanne Carter 1s since horse and buggy days. There are still more than and two children in Miami I rod coa>plci.....,.... _
:caching first and second grades, enough men to go around," says Dr. Hope T. Eldridge where he Is employed by East ---
:Mrs: Kindred third and fourth population analyst. ern Airlines. w. W. MAC co., Stuart Fla.
:.d Mrs. Edna Coutant fifth and Despite war losses there are 1,500,000 or more single -
REALESTATE -xh School opened with an eligible: males between the ages of 20 and 30. ,
I
'.rullment of 41 pupils. Mrs.d And that girls, should be the answer to those pernic SALES See Us For J",I II.
: '- Pederson is manager of the ious rumors that you have to accept just any old male in I.
-..ch room againA this day and age. & 1!:' : w.i.IG. .D t I:!R f.fI Repairs and ,
L. Brown and son JLmmle SERVICE """- l! $JM --- Parts By The Case $5.5(]
Pompano were home through LOOKING AHEAD
->: week end. (Fort Myers News Press)
Mr and Mrs. L. E. DeLoacharc Three former servicemen were making fun of a ARNOLD BAUERSt.
e ; family hare bought a homer I fourth because he was working for what they (got for loaf No
: : Stuart where they moved ing.! He smiled and answered, "I figure our $20 a week Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W Deposits-No Returns
Friday will have to stop some day and then you'll have to go to
InvestmentsSales J ahe house of Ralph Merrttt. to boss you. That's what I'm working for now."
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and Listings Through' Barb: are in Miami( this Keek' fore city and county officials: hospital at Chattahoochee, the DEAR OPA
'.i-2 relatives
out Martin County here, said that the State should I Boys Industrial School at Marl-
I anna, the School for Girls at THE BEST
ROSE OPPOSING Improve Its Institutions and give Ocala, the University of Florida LIFE SAVED. ALL IS WELL AND
W. B. TILTON BIG EXPENDITURESAT some thought to the needs or','and the Florida State Collegefor LOOKINGROOF

STATE CAPITOLS cities counties and schools before Women as Institutions needIng -
Krueger Building spending millions on the Improvements that should WE ARE HAPPY. LOVE.
P :er'burg. ,FNS> Walter
capitol center project. take precedence over the capitol
PHONE 161 'A" R president of the Florida The senator listed the state center BLACK MARKETThe
l. j
S-1-- Senate
in an address be- --
Home Phone 158-M -- -------- ---

-- I Black :Market breathes again, able home building lumber was be- /: < I /

I rrphl riWiiiPiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUNIKLE ll Irikrvld5aysala I 1dtJi1khilr m thankful for its life-ditto OPA. ing sold in the Black Market at /' ;/
When OPA expired, back in June
: : =-HANK: 1 : SEX ATOMIC TRIO GRAINS OF WISDOM :30, the Black Market was frantic. prices ranging from $20 to $70 per
Without OPA the Black Market thousand board feet above OPA
II IwNT, A' KUTMr UL "POLISHED WORDS CAN'T DOUBLE FOR couldn't live I The Black Market ceiling prices while many legitimate -

PCli TrlATWITH AC EE5 SINCERITY" had money to spend, and it did, buy oldline lumber mills were clos
EV&V30DV. "Polished Words Can't Double For Sincerity"We Ing meat, for one thing, at prices ing down. i
don't use polished words to sell our products nor way above what others were pay- Obviously the Black Market WATERTIGHTTOO
do we lack in sincerity in our selling. After all we ing. These were some of the prices could not afford to have the OPA
r wish to sell you always. OPA reported during its temporary expire. During the brief period of !
termination, in headlines to YOU OPA
Notices There Will expiration for example hun-
Be Plenty Of Feed This Year So
Would Advise You Who Are Interested To Plan On and you may have thought meat dreds of lumber dealers reported

Raising: A Few Chickens As Indicated By Papers, prices control had them.run away That was without the Black OPAto ing manufacturers lumber in offering home build- Your roof can tx chi bd
,
carload lots to them
Meat Will Be At A Premium Within A Month.
Market's way of helping to bring for the first looking and be wscectigbqtoowbea
yd- time since the OPA
Your home i is what make ill Let
you us help you (at
OPA back' to life. It worked! Aiumi Shi.W
was formed. This -
no charge) make home second to would have E
your none, by usingour
newly arrived flower seeds. Actually, in some places by the doomed the lumber Black Market. asbestos aluminum coating
T end of two weeks after June 30, The OPA however
A': suggest- CA that: down an business for oat in A rake, a hoe, a bended knee, a few days time, and meat wholesalers were taking: lossesof carry out the greatest, was able to protects its surface
I 1 r. ::' \ t alf:rh; sari month> nature will reward you with the beauty that only you 2 to 4 dollars per hundred pounds campaign propaganda from sun and.mc
F/ = ( .t I I lay.;Jar jar; can} -each get Ell a.gTII" ..enerzrinar and are entitled dividends to in by flowers your work. Cost so little to do below former ceiling prices and for by a government ever put agency.over in America The soh sheen o(metuulitit(! .1.j
are great. the first in
time weeks there
pouts" demands ultimatums and was It took millions to sell the American aluminum flake aJJsee*
One
trip or call to the I bellyaches off his ch.it. Confidentially, how is your yard this week. Are your more than enough meat to meet the people on reviving the destructive
CHRISTOPHER ELECTRIC OPA. and reflects
| neighbors talking. Could betf demand I IUnder beauty
My but
SHOP and II System would lake the we footed the bill. To this '1fl
>ou that extent from
you've received agree pUce of the present method rf You Have Bought The Best, We Don't Recall Your OPA (controls?) 83 per- we helped foster the Black son esfs t
never such basins one croup parilyn tae cent of meat was being sold in roofig.
the Market. asphalt o* tar
prompt and courteous service r-l 1'R for several month. th.aa Getting It Here.
-cher It Black Market at prices up to 262 For ilh brgS/l/
before We hare a complete croup paralyze for remember the Black Market lastly applied
sesral montbi. tken another percent above OPA ceilings. needed OPA
stock of Sonora radio phonographs and w on. because only with or spray.
Similarly home
building lumber
OPA in existence
could the
and records See Black
also
us I Let s have complete paralysis had left normal channels of distri Market
for house wiring operate, to try to play YOU S
by all eomplcinen for '
one month bution, for over 80 percent of avail-
and
each every other buyer for 1'.1.j .
year-all at one Strikes ,KfNNTH STIMMELiPHON a sucker!

i)*'UKHMMIOV j 1 1nIl cut blackout complete'y IF non, K shut u.,-I h les:downs"ear-/n.tead.for one/ America clean-of 76 J STUART; FLA. See The New Fold-A Frame Saw Horse w.s i :

'or in <>r eight: months, as it M
Dow is KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE
//1 j I/I/ !Ii;1:1:1'1: : I'I'IJ'IIIIIiIIIII'I'II: 'I! : / ;I: : : 210 -4---i Folds into a small, compact

unit. Takes less thaa oo*. a
Nil : \ half minute vtle e
to set up or

WE ARE PONTIAC & GMC DEALER BUTWe /J\\\ knock down. I EAST LUMBER COAST& r "
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Specialize in Repairs and Service to all General Motors Cars-Buick, Oldsmobile, Cadillac and Chev needed. fir

rolet. We either have the parts to repair these cars or can get them very quickly from the General and clamps to any Stead Y

Motors Parts Warehouse in Jacksonville. 2x4, 2x6or2xft. ..se. it on displ y
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