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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 26, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
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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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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llL[ BUILDINGSIN For Banner Tourist SeasonHOTELS KM HlRh* today sihoul reminded athletic the audio public NEW J AREA FOR Belle Glade Rams Friday WOULD\. COST. US I

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APARTMENTS 1 111' 'I h'qus( Ihat this Is the last chance ..
STUART ritosiitrs (..ooi 1 1,200 GRID FANS SEE
MOTOR COURTS ,
EARLY REPORT IIII'IJI'UJI' bush'i l i urn\ coverings! tll buy season tickets for tin COLORED TOWN SEASON OPENER HERE S880 YEAR

RESERVATIONS 111 "i ('//1"1'i ? I ,o, M 1'1111' i hospital niirint football season 'I'lirtlikils I,
I'rosprets for a bumper| nip I '
Holds frepai'aliens ll\ lo tin'' MI' i t. n ,my of whni i iarr nisi SI.'in each and en- 'I llu' I tunes( I 12,01 bill ci).mil. II> '
Shorter/ are i II"w beau, of tomatoes in St 1.1II.It'1.11":
,1 Work made by Martin li txpci. eted l to i ,, n vist! and lo' lilli. holihrs lo sco six honirKlines Roweell "Point To Need! For Id1t! lust iiy. 1 1.200. luroe(11111' Tlmt Would l lie! Annual I".
Construction county {>ips| i tin and Indian loiter ( ounlli's '

Hen apartment houses and motor become IK'i nun(tilt residents" : 1 h..v are avail,ilili. sil Expanded Negro Here Housing iiinlmiirrrv. bright. aihlsisM I 1,1.1.t tiidiy, Most for I 'the I season crease Under Uy Law I'lan I old

I'I' courts for the biggest winter i Tourist ramps at Jensen dlllll l stoirs and sporting I rqulinunl | : K; \\illiiim, inaniger nfhe Diner here when the Okcc- ''

1 ""I I Stuart' tourist season this section of I, Beach are adding cottages all sloicxCOUNTY. Rep Marvin Rowrll, Stuart ( I'nrl Pierce Stale I'armeriiMirket dubce Catfish nosed the Tigers! Stuart uiiild \bl'< hurl tune, "s .

:: ., c. permits : Florida has ever hadNorthern along the : Rains, '
s : I' old Dixie highway( as fiunltuir dealer told StuartRotarians t while heavy out toi a 7-8 Inaugural victory ,: ax brlhtly lighted u- It Is/ today
.me $25.- I cars, piled high with fas: as bulklliu material can have not vet afiftled the Stuart scored first with Backs t
..5t'J I' that there I for $880 more than I
Wednesday a year
lJ strucllonbs luggage are already (noted In be obtained Blur 1 & Baker of BOARDTO voting plants The movementof Wells and Howard doing the
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r 'I great numbers on the highway i Stuart t Auto Cunp have mad Is acute need here for an expanded tomatoes. from that area )plunitlnu! In a 53-yard drive and I< now being paid for street IILI t
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t. > going south and tourist places available space lot an additional area for colored resi- should start a week or 10 di\s Wells scored from nine yards out hug, John M Law. Florida Pot 4 ,

t to (iinus andoutlying report a heavier demand fur ac- I:I 40 ir 50 trailers with bath INVESTIGATE dents, and urged the zoning of earlier than last fall, when but a plunge for point failed. I tt Light CU. Manager. 1 t"l1I I h I .'

01 ::1\I coiitodaUons that at this time and sanitary facllllles Clear an adequate section while property tin first truck load rolled out In the, second period EhpallaHiirlin I city commission W (tl"f i 'I..

tul areas. I In previous years I down to Hobc Sound new camp Nmemher 5.5 took a Stuart punt on I
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11' Is still available near the night
Every manager contacted repotted cottist an springing up like CHANNEL BLOCK 111' Okeechobee 37 and started
tout was.t ; to the News today that in- city ctihi. Halfback Mr Law advanced tI...H" i III., ,
ilt"r t i S A. j i mushrooms and Indiantow n helped by
I Burt for quliles for reservations, arc eom- I|I sends in lepoits of a dozen ncv There 'In no room for expan RAIL! OFFICIAL H,.M". who finally scored from fur increasing tin .sli'' "I' I]" I, ]

II hump 0:1: ing in early this yea And, almost i I houses for unt\ Krueger Creek Basin SubjectOf Ion In Stuart's present colored n i sole the 10. Watford plunged ing, one costing t38U Hltllll"
ClIO k ." ,,1t i to the without exception, the rules 1', Rooms and homos for local Complaint Of Property own) he pointed out which Is ill I '."lrklo'< < for the nil-I m port nut. another GOO addltluual nditlon d'']

-: has begun will be somewhat higher than I, residences. who acne not fortunate Owners restricting the growth\ ) of thasection URGES SUMMER \1':11]: III'! extra point to the maximum i imendatlon I"" ''u,
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hopes tot ant )'enr". Increased cost of I to sign vuii" -aiound leases, of (the population and Undismayed bthe warming!! .

11 for this .ration( and lilshci waxes i h' the 164 question on every A. P. 1 Krueger appealed before hampering the lucai labor mai il' i'< ntest of last week, the
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:t .r the OP-I ket TOURIST TRADE Titers' have spent this week Each plan Involves grcu'
necessary paint.up street corner. The local housing the Board of County Coin in Isslci ''
I II' :lain preparatory to the w' shortage will bc-ome more acute I He told Rotarians that Veto l"]i ,lulling up weak spots and candlepower for cxlstiim IlKhtt
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,,1( ,c. dty s seat :eis lust Friday to request
:teuton; are given us reasons as winter rates become effective Beach has solved Its problem on: ]p)0111111technique' :\ / in prcpaia and addition of new white WilY
i; frame! in the channel of
l s 'nc rased rentals I Home owners, who can pur- action dealing ample room for colored peopleat c. E. Sawyer, Southern Passenger lion for. t the first regularly sche- and bracket lights
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hc-i; ) With hotels overflowing Into I chase sufficient materials to Kriei-ti: creek and Attoinej' the' G If foid settlement northof Agent, Praises dUipd came here Friday night
The will make
dty a
Oral' "cage i room ulvate homes last winter some convert unused space Into useable Evans. ciary was Instructed tchwestlgate the city, and suggested that Commerce Manager 1h<' Belle Olade Rams will In- surveybefore

.10 smith at his apartment owners are availing apartments are urged to the natter.Ifrueger \ local government or private val'd'!( the Tiger home urltoi:' .ippuivini. .i mw Sired

)r' -I I100\ a with 52,- lipnselves' of Increased incomey Jinn living quarters with single stated that a former groups find i a similar highway C E Sawyer assistant Gin- following a 12 to 0 defeat :o the llKhtini conuacliFARM ',

am steel ) weekly rentals Instead of sea- men and women and with couples Kcctlon near Stuart. divide It Into era' Passenger agent for tin Wis. Palm Beach Wildcat last I u .

21>. Ss I sire 1 for Mrs. (ton II rentals as usual With the who man the business conceit owir at the mouth of the lot? and sell them to negro home Southern Railway System. ur I week
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y I M lazier ad- nc-reused cost of winter vaca- .s here and who me necessary channel bulkheacicd and filled c.wnf'rs. Cincinnati told Stuart Klwan The epidemic of colds' has I PROGRAM' 1

<; .(it ion for P. lorK in Florida many business to the business life of the city. I lamb extending to (lie middle of The home-owning colored resident lan at last Fridays luncheon knocked out C, H Haulwkk. and

,r ,,mi cottage net are predicting shorter visits As this year Is likely to be theapx the creek with the result that Is an asset to the community that his hobby is now promoting: Wl'lnid!' Wells, Tiger strong: anus

o \l ; ,ale Dixie: I lie declare:. much more summer vacations In Florida and Jerry Shlpes will b(' benched ATNEXTC1OFCbGENERAL C
number of vlsltois of the housing Ihortait'caused
)y i greater the opening was nude\ so IUII'-
.> 'Iw 1 Church dependable and reliable than Explaining why he and Mrs with a leg Injury 'IMrh' ',
nit ,ill agencies predict that more by five years of war and the
the full of
TO I to" be used oconle will visit Florida this its :aftermath residents can well row t that sweep transient labor, which Is the Sawyer are now spending their Chuck Kindled has shifted Carious -

4 moving of to forth the extra tidal waters can not operate' to frequent cause of "court trouble". eleventh summer vacation in starting posl lion, h t" add MEET
year than have ever come down afford put
t: "rue by Arle this critical keep the channel clear, as was: One thousand additional home- Smart. he praised the efficiency strength i to the squad and the
make
m any season of the states hts- effort to season -
"t .i frame as comiullsbic' as possible the case before the creek was owning colored people, he said, i 01 !11 B. Kraft manager of the probable starting!! line'-up will I
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-s ","I.tl'r. tory.Even Iho,1'1110 aitliout hous- filled In. would add half a million dollars Ma tin County Chamber of be: :: County's Agricultural Iruy'
home owners are wieldUK : fop '
\\i.is 24x22! As the property has been pin a war to the Martin county fln- Commerce. Having visited other J. Heureux LE B. McClalchc: seas Will Be Sketched
brushes, looking for tne a'ul1lOdatloll'GTY I
t Hillcrcst paint chased since that time toy DiK '. Bridal picture through pay-roll' Bictions of FlorIda." he said, "I L. Campbell LT H Lloyd

Fr.. 'inn: 26x24 I Winfred Ney commissioners aloic decided to get acquainted wltn R CHcenc LO Matthews I I Ham tin COUIlII., iitilcultuiul

:t_ Htllcrestti 23 OCCUPATION STUDY agreed that theie are anglujis Hie colored citizen who own fie! central east coast and wrolt'to Mlnschkc C McDonald I and Industrial expansion will be'(
TO
"'.r' 11 I house LICENSES ISSUEDA to the responsibility nf the :iK own 1 home Is a better elti-I I five Chambers u in this settloiOr ,. P. Donaldson RO Leathers the subject of t the next itene:

51 , M Griffin (T WilliamsJ meeting of the Chamber: of < "'4

revltw of occupational U .en- TO MAKE fIe," | up to as now be f 010 the area 1sentirely I ''of which I had SODu'on hand : Conrad 4 RE Harrison I I merce on Monday nlunt 0/1't'ui'''

ties! Issued by the ('It:"' I"" Stuart IDEA Mi*. O H. Donaldson picsrntcl built up I to HOC that a another sent a penn postcard; C. Kramer QB HarrellC 14 under dliectlon of L. M J"'01 1, ,

Rg LG1ASSFOR9SOP ind cates variety of new bus!- a petition for a road into her place Is set aside which can b..1 I two failed to leplv I but your Titus LHB CunninghamJ : son, agricultural director ci,I ', ,

nosy enterprises begun here dui LONGERCould place from the Oilncs hlehwav: properly developed to meet this manager sent ,i telegram statin Brown RHB Koffman Chamber

inn the summer season Beginning DOCK Monterey, stating that the load growing: need," I that he wOlild mrcl me incl assist E Howard FB Bearden I A finance committee "

HEART in July, the month when she had been using hid been Charles Sawyer: Sou linn Rail In liiulint III lion quarters posed of L. C. Klcklllei! i" ,

[ IncI.I( I business usually tikes ,i closed by Dewey Hayes[ properlyowner way assistant general pjf.scni.riatcnt ,' I If( "'1/1",", "l "" j ,.. Sil AGENTS VISIT CITY i lunch and D. S Hudson 4

sharp downward swing. the city Add Berths For 26 The matter was tabled fur at Cincinnati told Hilt-i! EVERY THURSDAY icrrecl wlih directors on the '

MSK A K office records show permits t In BOAts By Lengthening City t\:\ days lor Investigation/ by the nilans (that the lallmiris, are'< TO AID VETERANS i t Uivc budget for 1047 at M<,.

FRIDAY operate a business 01 profession> Pier road! supcrlntenddit! i looking to the: Hnrld;:: : Last Co; is: PUULYOIlIIGISNEW,\ day nluhls directors mcetliKNomlnntion -

to : The board authorized cxpenrll as a growing I summer vacatfur-I I J""H L Stator veteran employment ol olllccisvili!

Hardware Co !license The City of Stuart last night: tine of $50 to entertain the "' 101'I I' land "midou people line representative of the U. occur at the Oct 14 ineetinu
ral Held For Stuart
|pler Island Tuesday Civic fee, $15; fred A. Rein truck for reviewed a plan presented by Ida State Advertising commissioner should take lull advantage! \ of I HEAD FOR S Employment Service and 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIThe

Leader hire. $3; Earl Phlnncy general Arthur Delion and Ivan Taylor : Oct. I 11 I at Vero Beach a.i jour marvelous summer< vacatIon Frank H Hagcl employment

Martin county will have a dele set-up: ) combining) (. nl'l'anl i counselor of the U. S Employ- ]
Bernstein, foul In
contractor; Paul to add from 120 to 180 Icet Periscope
1tottet, ; concret"
length to the present "
man and civic and Donaldson, genera'' [ thcieM b<' ,it Marlin County court house MlinillllllllMIIIIMIllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIlonk

Island died Murphy pier making room for iron B In Iwl'vlolllyrar., the bo.ml I r'.idt Ilimsdiy to contact I veteran .
contractor, $8 25, and Bm Orlf' for.. llillll'l. '' 11I"11I11'"-
C-CJ: I 'In,'art attack to 26 additional boats at 11 cost, voted lo pay one wxth the sal it' ; Thomas. Secretary, Redding! > in) M-'ird to employment .
fin i (colored i for opcratliiB mov CITYTAVORINBDIRECTOR'/ mint" t in She I in .ii (fnliiK <.( ii
iI-a 'HI at Chip- ing pictmcs not to exceed six or seven thousand I of[:>f a railroad crossing guard for Treasurer New Directors Lniploveis arc asked to make bus line to opirili' on retuliischrdiilis :
Ba the protection of school children their needs to the ,
''i nand' N Y. Auuust NamedAt known rcpicscntitlics '
licenses were issued in dollars lutmen" \ SilnimStunt .
hI' I at eltun liotns Cost( d "i ( \ who can thus -
' iiinu a sum- to City W. Hunter for seven music The emergency plan, which : FOR PCI'IiJlln anil ,1 louse'n III" ai'h. 'I 1 Him.
chin, lot'one -pcclil I watchman fluilnt I.'hool( i an election ol' nil/err., held a two-fold mission for cmployei -
machines at $18.75 each and actiitpiobiliU' In ,In ('11 l'I'i1I
/ raJ r ,ud burial was would act as a stop-Bap until I lams: has been divided! each yc,)ujy t Monday evening at the 1'0111'\! and employee.
$400
clgarett machine at on with staliiin wagons/ sod
norm ,II''Rkhwood.'rle Olan Mills Studio photographer. Stuart. is able to construct the ,' I the school board the city and | house, Paul Young sos elected u.n_ ___ pissrnscrrhnlis: unlil, itrMM
\ basin at the I the toiinly SPORTS EVENTS the new president of the *!tuar' FILE SEVERANCES
afternoon. yacht
''v $313; Dr. K. Wlnfrcdev proposed, nil gross: will, fill A li'Hlnieil
GUSI: The board al-o voted to pl.".'" Jaycees Paul Thomas now hold FROM SERVICES
irted spend- physician $825; C W. Cuthbcr't Civic Center, was advanced i In In tin iiiiiiniiiiiitii .
i tin( ( a I 36-foot culvert 1.1.t the IIuuVCrews the position of vicepresidentwith

I ::0 n"', iiiplter Island gasoline pumps $538I11' the hope that ways and means \I place (ui Palm City with Aftri, i"allllll( |: .1 rummlimri( Ben Redding as the new :Mis Karl) Krueger. clerk of I ii--o- '
'and In 1940
,, paint contractor .\ major industrial |l'IO.lI'I'l' |
bm idoune, lam B. King could be found to accomodate Crews,I[ to I piv $50 toward tin lion I It torn ilinit, I Park Unal' which
W. Carter sC'I'III'tal now hrtuing in :tlirtin county
$8J5: Wray some of the many boats almost cost i I: of IfildlatirnlCOMMITTEE (eilni In piup I" $(MID nn the be the guiding hand i in the financial today that severancesfiom
k and doming $8 25 I is an enterprise to lake lur
ex-O2\ repair certain to be here this wlnteTaylor :. salary of a Peert'atlon< elliTetoi post of treasurer thc armed services have : "prnline, ]pitch and! 1)ypruduelsft'oni

10 before osr'lJom.STS) (',\I! 1N ASKS to coiidtict( a i six mnnlliH J piou- The new board 01 directors been HIM by Robert E. L'Heureuxand
ors he -
said that the Impro'rment |: t the millions of IIIIH'
Jam. >FlorIda and he ,, Martin County Board of Pub- made In about 'SHUFFLEBOARD COUK I ram of enlcil ilimiint for lourlsts for the coming year consists of: 1st Lt. James F Llttmtn, i' stumps imlonrd in h,ilf .uirnlurv

I' J'101, ith his daugh- lic Instruction has again requested could be plllnt ran i IMPROVEMENTS SOONI crt this winter stuart City L. M Johnson, James Pegram Army. Ensign\ William A. Ough- nf 'lugging\ : npi'I ilions,

a Ma "' Glassfoidare use of the Lou! Cabin 30 days if creosoted I :2ominlsi:: >lnn (entatlvily cndoisd Stanley Smith Dr. C. M Fogt!, terson, and James M Hariell ] Pine stumps and. |iilih |1'11''

,ur, band purposes Cltassent > be secured. Ldwiid: Mapp chairman of the idesslid will conslrtei/ \ Lloyd Holden John Mann Hci Navy All ire in the reserves with'''
practice
several'S for expressed knits' would hi ground" 1111| ;oldhiss
'S anD .' will probably be foith ( Itv commissioners the(1; Chambei of Commerce park formal aipluatlons for tin pniiltlon belt Bruner, and Hurls Lowery the exception of LHcuicux I
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the matter tllle" via Clint\ 1 Mtoit' t
will study
Glass! made his prcmty I I coining! with certain nights: re- Interest, and itcicallon cciiimlttee\. 10101 I I -- ---- -- -- --

,,0 th', felt In his set ed for Boy Scout use. further. __ i I If ::lty commissioners last nlsht 1 The city and othii civic gioups'

I ell'i' I !in Red Cross -- -- -- -- that the committee had Investl- would! supplement I lie ..saluyPt Berea, Ohio, Visitor Sends $251 i THE TIDES

land gated local park projects, ana I \ >licant should state full I
"imerous civic be- :
He Pf F'ictorial Map ol f Martin County recommended tint t the first additions lusltflcat kms in writing$!
'ed as chairman To Mail Books !
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Jupitc Island Residence to the recreation( seen. We must I find something! for Help on Fishing H'." .'dS, ], r ;" l 1.a,. ,

tee i !U( h as new shuffleboard courts. J' ,jur winter visitors to do:' said i I h.loI oar "I'1. ..? h ,", .t"," arrcmhr" !ItC41rdn.l I
Sponsor -
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be- ,
,he spokesman Ir the Making; Jaycees Installed at the Civic Center Commissioner Bob Baker Commissioners -- Pne\ll-I; Tp,
1 cam oe I' J. M of Bciea 1 II 1 ? '
(\ Ohio I.
commission in riv -rfront parkCommissioners. Phil 1'cnre and J. L START DEMOLISHING d'r' :: : 1i: 1)h' P I.i';::I :hour::: : S1.h minIr, (
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leo I Boning ordinances i is one fishing l visitor I to Stuart :
islaM --- OF e replied lint Coleman:: agreed that a BUILDINGS AT CAMP v\h, wants In and I
nd of I VICE-PRESIDENT recreaI > to gel pilch
the
served
on Chamber
F or Tn,,
1&1 Co mierce Monday night up until the city srcuies tlllp!! tol > entertainment
I 1:1' has
apel community P C. Lissenden Co cottr ac- just sent a check for i I"'rl 27 \\,01 OU: M..4: 1, a .
: Ot h. Island. do. ed the Idea of a pictorial STUART VISITOR | pre p'rly! sought for public us I gram through: the winter season lots. have stal'led work demolish!: $25 to the Chamber of Commerce 10.4' Dl41 10100III 8111 515:
being be \ 1"0, IV ..oa1 '40II ali I t5;
to the Sel'vlcClub would community asset
ad acent a
County I
mi ;> of Martin >to 'help on the new building and 1'1,," .W 11,10, tiTHE 4.M4. 5.1.'l'ure "
Cl'P.\Tlos Ul'EX8tS McQiadeSt vicepet -- ------- - --- --- -- -- Iii ,. about 300 buildings at CampM ,
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: prepared by C D. Robert "Bub" Bishop I ma'ling 1947 Fishing Ouldcs. I I 11182( 8.0r. 4u: I ,
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wee. 2 UI"7/ U.j\\ 0.0.0 1nt'Ihurv.
art Hotel owner. : rphy. The Nest Palm Beach "I The Stuart News ,
of the Florida JuniorCh see by I t. 1.00 I l:37: 1011'I": "
sidenl OFFICERS ASK C/RJFUL: DRIVING
roams and state occupa- he new map in colors will flr'n is advertising for labor in he wrote Manager H B Kraft

'cense> oecome due Tues- ',h. w all points of interest In imber of Commerce visited tor:ays' News. An officer of the I tint. you have a drive on to WEATHER / '
Beth sheriff's office d police
Ktobe and at city departments
resorts
all
ih county and and was entertained gel a bigger building than that
St\\ art Tuesday this week cautioned the ,lie against fast careless fir n said : Please tell prospective ,. ;
put I I.
to tourists. nr I lOr l J "erk us ""|>"rli.1 I I II
bu nesses catering llttie box: you occupy on the .,ic .IT ,. ,
Brat ,
luncheon "hi M (Ir 01 .
MLY 'he Junior Chamber approved at an Informal driving on city streets or county roads during the builders that we have no I hlg'iwav: It should be done as -lIf 11.1)) oun,.

4S'LEFT will help Mr. Mc- elected officers otthn school term. lumber to sell Our job is demolition ,
tin Idea, and by the newly ,, you will have so much In the I e I"e'I.in,0 n..dns'
in Extreme caution nhoiiM' ) be used in passing anv .
Oi ide In solicitations, and club ana salvage of the mate when you geU the Fishing Guide Mnmum MleimunNry I

TO general design of the maps Stuart county school area the offi.enlid, Passing a school =ial, which is turned over to that you won't have room to ,: ;;; I s :
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Initial prlnt- Present for the luncheon andlnlm'ntal bus when it stops to take on (,r discharge passengers i imo're ivin, n 's ;a "s: i
LlCIt will have an the government for surplus around
I "PI'I) ( al StardL
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NEW in!, of 10.000. and be turned ovei conference with Bishop ,, is a state offense and violators will be promptly prosecuted I ""lease send me three or four aM 90 ,:j j5rni. I
YOUR ( School buses are tincttvcly: painted and I I "" :/3/ DI 7'
to the Chamber of Commerce Paul Young, Secretary I NU\ DAY OBSIIU"'\\ "lale'l dozen of the new Fishing Guides KMIti.lt, II: DO ,
President I marked the officers said and there is
am other agencies for dlstrl- were plainly no I for distribution here and I will ,' >> a8 D/O:/
Ben Redding Treasurer for violation of thit ruling
RIVER'SCENSE bu 11011. excuse Stuart will observe Navy see that they get in the right RAINFALL IN INCllkSsari.
T O. Sch- "We look for complete public cooperation said
turplus funds raised by the living Kanarek and I Oct 27, commissioners decided i lia-Kla Am enclosing check for I I' "'1'1. 40 .. ...
Sheriff G. M. Hancock. "N..cI.nlf; is so important that .
activity will go into the Jaycee re( kengost. I I ; i last night requf'stlnlMayor: J $23 for the Chamber of Commerce 21 I "
child's' life well-being should be risked by ri'nt. 1Y I
care-
treasury to aid In promotion of I Bishop I I" a public relations less i : or I IL Coleman to appolnl .i chair to help in the big mailing i''HII" 5M1 x.;: w (
I driving
OUT AN EXAMINATION thi tlea group's constructive' actlvl- counselor mwi for the eventiTTX'I Job,' ,3tnl, q A'rte


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: I .\PTtsr VIIXXIONRV. "" K 101 \ I.1 I.. ,. aun'Irnart I } I +".'antn' Ml \TIon Rl,V. f'. U. BIHNNONl L.k> N. Y when :Mis Spien'' M t I "Ir': hotel t for ton da\s hate'ion'

1 >ui n\c ii rnnt \I \ H I I"f'" Mr. \IcCII1If'1 i .nrdl: 1 ,,11"u )"' <" NH\ P\S1OR, AT and, daughter: pnit the umme : :rd a house in Jensen u: make Beach It Century Prefabricating Corp.
and pkn"
: : air: and Mr In! iear
: ( .OLIX: (.ATF ( HI KillMcnibtr whit her parents
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: j lkl'I."I: ( \ ," 1 .dlnll Alt'utnld\ 1,! R.1l1'. i O'/111dn/ I s ihi .t future home Takes pleasure< in announcing( ippoin. .
H.: I H. Hollenbeck .
m .
.p44.. ," V .1"<.: TI:l<" ,,,,: :'i : ,, "H.i iH .. i.>t LUStrs C L Bee"t's. toircsnondinu "- IIOITU chairman -- a ( A
T. L. HAUSMANN
1 i +hurch aiim 1 i.id *....-trir secretary. Mr J. C Circle leaders me Mm H. W.I I >lr and Mrs Ralph t'lmer and
Dr. and Mrs. W X. William. I Stuart
t e 1 !; lollawinc off II" "+. :. ?.lSrpr. MM W Munch VadaWnldon: Mn R. T. daughter Elaine motored l to Florida
who hive been va-
r' veal.P O Penney! publicity chairman; tongbottom. Louie Moon( : Mrs catlonlnR uf Aujutta In Key West: and Dr. .IB',ahassee Monday to take their .\. DiKlributor for Martin Count and several n.' ..t"!

l Mi s Bd Burgf-iu preslden Mr Phil Maxwell mission study Wilson McClure, Sarah HJck (:) and Mrs: lifron C. Beard ol dai ghter Peggy Jo. who is en- for 0J|

I, : 'Ji'*.. J p Blake rk-f first t vice (chairman: Mr' .A O Plttman Mr. Arnold Bauer. Lam AmlKb-i: Augusta, who have been vaca- tetitiB the Florida State ColleseVr .

Circle. Mrs J. C. Anthony, Bi -
I .. --- tkmlas! in Cuba slopped In Stuart SeaboardReadyBuilt
Sunbeam Leader and) Mr* !Ronald the C. D. :McQuarteof
Sunday and Monday at and Mrs
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CIOKA f \ St. Lucie hotel land went sail- the Stuart hotel have received'
t ---- '-'- -- tithing with Tolev, landing a tnnotincement of the 011th\, lIf
an
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j Service Repairs c.int !t.corrgPntiuN FILET \ 4 lallfl-Hi and many ether saltwater u granddaughter. \\ende Dale Home

t 2 and S of tile Girl son-ln-law and
(Mi. dpughter their
Scout met Tuesday .n-t'I'lI00ll' \ daughter Mr. and Mrs In Jne'ert1'l4mmfOr

I on ycur with i their leadtrt\ MM Jolly Bo- of AR8'am.Ia&*. .%p Exhibit: consisting of a complete (run' ",
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I t r Miss Sara Rollins left todayfor \\ iS:511|"'"
In theVulnal zone well ar sections of walls thimlnt
ud
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Radio., Fan., F.1"ctrlc Motor, Rang Units Pi Land to continue music -e- 1111 ono
I planned t their next meeting and finish is hl'lnlhlppl'tl
N Schouten loll detail (a Stu .I\
i Vnivl'ralIi.r\ Mr. and Mr Arthur nintf
a. H.. I I nil small Appliances when thy will 1'1111'1"t&111 then study tn Stetson HPE'nd'ina and will be erected in the show room of TIIF ttlU "
patent Mr and Mrs lUiscoe ; of ()Iola avenue are f
W" mother. award budges and have ,
/ CIIE\IUIFT t O for Inspection
I Imembers Rollins. motored over with her. several! days In Miami Mrs
I (..iUS A TRIAl. the Investiture ceremony for new. i Schouten mother. Mrs. J T EB\nD) prefabricated home are bum ?," Med
Joan W"h'j. Betty 'j' The designed for .
lunibfi are strength
brie
!is ,
: Mrs Charles Merslck of OsageCity Home of St. Augustine u ''' ??
Wood and Valerie Mndelia
f with their grandchildren as well a* beaut*. F. II, .\. approvedIMMEDIATE .
I Other pl'l''( em were Zola Mn"Blak"lt" Kan is arriving soon to

Jane: Moirlxon! Oloil,: '' of the Church of visit her parents Mr. and Mrs DELIVERIES

Hancock Mnrtha Roy Peurani George [. rnan. i i Mr and Mrs. Claude Combs
Radio and Co. aidinltors Man Odd Are wilcnming the Kettmnnon \'. I-. I lot Jefferson City. Mo arrived
Hutto Appliance Poll Rice who recently ashiininl Si'l'"f"r.n\ nerd P'| '? "

Alice Dt'L"'h O.orpii Fin pastoral duties here "I hope Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hariman yesterday to visit his brother \\rite to. T. L. Ilausmann, I Stuari I
; .,11.1.I F:d"IH I Snil'h, and will attend the 61 LPIJCollt'Re and sister-in-law Mr and11"1I:
Fire i sons
Dcpt
Oppofitr this
204Oreola( AH. (the |people| ) of ommunity' their homo Phone !0121 Or 154-:M
school and Paul D Combs at
--- will tech fire lo mil on me in Preparatory
-- :MRM )11111. *Tt'ART any Main which I may ser\e Vera Beach football game tomorrow Uifiinlta Port Sew'all] Mr Combs ----- -
III \.H: IHlllrl4 night Their son Donald. has JUM been released irom a
them, the new minister' announced -
i ; :Mi wet :Miv. Ache\ Stuirt and today'I Is a first it r km sward on the St government hospital and hereto

: MARi Mr: .utd! :\\IJ'". Ralph Ulnei I rtr"
STORAGE ,
,-rtuntcl Tlnii'"riinight nlfMmit -a- I -
prizes for high scores were won '
'! .1' he Stuart home un I Mr and Mrs A. C. Courser Major Bert Krueger who went' b IR \

: (imdcn( .iMiiue. :Mr and MM '' by Mrs Clark and Mrs Brock drove to Dt'Land lUll Sunday to to Miami Beach last Monday tube

7.500 FEET STORAGE SPACE Frank A Brown "r Miami Mi I --- take their son Joe. to Stetson with his brother Oeorec
The Rev. and Mis Wilfred aAldildge .
I Weeks of Canal' with undulant
.tl1d11': J 0 University. I J rUt'Rl'r.'ho la ill

point and Mis Ruth StevenaonMi of West Second Street l. -_ ? fever which he contracted In
HAULING AND REPAIRS
: Brown is Grand Master of l have had as their guests for sev Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Parker left Australia' during the war returned -

the Oiinct Lodge of Florida f end day last week, their son-in- Monday morning for Tallahasseeto home Friday. e / I'r '' 1i

WLLDIAG1ACHNE! WORK and A :M Mr Weeks is DIs:riot law and datiRhtri the Rev and take their daughters, Margaret \ i i
Deputy Orand Masse: of the I and Jean Parker. and Mildred :MUCUS ( Dl'NT*' ItO-I'ITAI.
Mrs B. W. Carlton of Seminole, r
22nd: district They attended a'' Clouts to the Florida State Patients: admitted: Otis Good-

:Masonic' meeilnit heir College man of Fort Pierce Admittedand Ihisl! ((1i
BOAT AND Mr. and Mrs Fenton' Kane and B. Til- (
J-ACKSON'S -- --- ---- 9 dlsl'harRed.'arnt'r

:M.chine Servic LIEN .tilt mmu' ion. Michael of Rangely Beach, Dr. and Mcs EdwIn McQundcofppfkskill ton Jensen Beach Mrs HerbcrSudl \

ll\\l I L: PlItTV Maine have arrived to spend a N Y whohnvebienKiHsts I of I Patients dlschareedMis

PHONE 1: 156W3 JENSEN BEACH The Teen Age (group entpitalnu month at Latninlta in Porl if (the J\JrQlladl's'{ the :Margaret Mears
with a dancing I pate SaUii-
Bewail -
clan night at the Stuart! Civic .
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Crater Chaperones) patent '" <\
Mr and Mis J. S. Clark and Y
&& 'n clini, Included Ml and Ml1n ?
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son Johnnie returned to Miami LABORERS 1 full, l ti:''' n
\ :-' .n R \\cll. \Ji and Mrs?

w. Comfortably Furnished R..iJl'I"! 0.11"1!' Mi and Mi'*. L, Springs Sunday miter spendingthe / 4 t1rr "
Ill
D M i<'Elli: '>li if Jensen Beach<< weekend with her" sister and e' .
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CLNIRAIIY: LOCATED HOUSE __ :\11'1: Kramer and sister. brother-In-law.. ) Mi and Mrs L -

'I Mi,.., S'. m M'lie Mr. and Mm. m', I I I roll
J. Campbell of Albany avenue
Four Bedrooms --- Two Baths I'i'' Carl Roth :Mrs Bernad'rlllman: (I .
CAMP MURPHY ,.. ...
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and :MiL Ashby Alb: ListrriiNDMiii
IU AI. FOR PRIVATE HOME OR TOURIST Mi and Mrs Arthur \MImoi\
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HOME : 01 Mobe Sound have written I I.

/ ci..\ sfirs Horn Philadelphia that after n 65 Cents An' Hour 40 Hour Week i ': "hlun. II ",

$12,000 :: ; nn\tii( week there. they plan to leave I \ ,
The lass of the
Ftlendship for Blowing\ Rock, N. C. for the TRANSPORTA7 FURNISHED J I O.
SEETHEODORE \ Baptist church surprised I Mis J.
lest of the mOll h.
B. At".t.! with a stork slwAeiThur '
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''I rd +is' afternoon at hcih James B. Clark arrived Tue Trucks Will Pick '..
DEHON & SON Up
..me In Riverside Park. Lovely]
dny from Paris Ky. to visit His .M Ilk
girls wore presented to her I lol-Ilowcfl
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE wfe: and little son Jlmniv. who
DEHON BLDC PHONE 81 bv ipfieshment! Tli >s> I! I receded him and her paienu;
Inrlvidcd Mrs OPiftman .
Andy
STUART, FLORIDA present Mr. and Mrs. R. H Rollins of Men
Mn. Ralph Cross, Mn at
__ _-_ __ : __- St. Lueie Crescent.Earl .
.a-Y Dalton: Anderson. Mis John tw Ilwr .e.r
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O'Day. Mrs H. Reddish Mn.Marx
Dyer Rlcou of EUlouido! I FEDERAL HIGHWAY and OLD DIXIE IN STUART
Rowell. Mrs lllmpSlngletary .-
: In
CA CS heights. left Tuesday for Loc';
.1 n Rt :Mis Hornet D Hudson
Mr.. Eat I Tlllman Mis E. Haven Pa to bring bark a Cub P. C LISSfcNDLN: CO., WEST PALM BEACH

A. Lewis and Mis HmeHum- cruiser. -_ 1i&RIIII.! iimiiii.'n f'''I<'r.i",111..111 ._

lar Mrs Ola Diamond of Miami: Is AdHnwwlFro1Ta
---- ---. -- Al Voju
riving tomorrow to visit her aeon

GIRL tSJo\,: SCOUTS rlC'SIC Brawn parents and Mr.to and be with Mr her I lather c C [ where I sit ... / /Joe Marsh

Patrol I if the Girl grouts his
on -
with their leader. Mrs Hubert! birthday.e .: r---'
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a' i Clements. went to the South Robert!. French, Sr."ho was Going Fishing? c--:;.'

Fork Tuesday afternoon lorx confined to the Jackson Memorial -

wlmmtnir party and roasted Hospital In Miami lot six Here's How! it"Campus/ Deb"iro

weiners. Mrs. John Mann assist- weeks, In convalescing at tin :
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I'dIrs.: Clement' Scouts I present home ol his son Robert M

were Judy Arbors' Anne French Jr.. In Coconut Grove' To heir Willie t11 anti Basil Each had used hill favorite kind { :>

Leach. Olive Buigens: Joy,',' Ed. and hopes to return here in (i SlruVe arguing shout trout fishing tf fly, his favorite rod and his

enfield. Jeanne Clements c.uol month. you'd'think it wall more im favorite place to cast. So over a -

Mann Evelyn Reltz alit a\ new I ._- portuntthan the atom bomb.Villieffavers friendly glass of beer, they allowed .
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InJl TiA see, member Valerie MidolrnIMS Mrs Dorris Baker left Sunday dry nio, Ea?>l all how maybe they were :
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bath right which Is how ao
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by plane flow Morrison Held pooh-poohs anything but wet file;.
should cod.
t VFRSHARP: C. A" PENS-WORLD'S FINEST 'In'. r'l'lItlll West Palm Beach. for Albuquerque Willie swears by a Royal Coach many argument

I <> : t. \KD i\ir\: New Mexico to spend a man, Basil won't hear of anythingbut From where I sit tf we all re-

I WRITING INSTRUMENT :Vis Olenn Dp erJ"\" Rave It'' ,month Usiting friends a Silver Doetor And by tho eperted one another. different =!P' ,

card party J.londay1'111111<< /. all i -. -- time it conies to.steel rods. verpus opiniona-whether about trout

her home on West Fourth Sired I Mr. and Mrs Robert Mot'alum bamboo rods #1X4;* ..,1'I flies, or drinking beer, or voting e ,
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C. & E. Walker complimenting Mi.. James B. : and his brother. Jack were But on Saturdayeach, got back lift w>.!onld! !be- a whole lot pleasanter. '
Clark of Pails Kv' Quests included
of her ,, 1 lohl'
tlo'stll Sunday grandparents from Seward creek with a. catchthat s Carole Kr>O

Mrs Ifatrls Lowery Jr.\\ Mi and Mrs D. B. Miller couldn have differed: by more 01 wool!
}ilc.Cvpy vibron pIg 0
:Mrs Williams
JEWELERS D L. Mrs -
Beach
3f Vest Palm than several ounctst.: {
bert Hackett. Mrs civde Plrtle, I end royon Trepoeo,
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Oe 'eola A'e Stuart :Mrs John Oumlck and Mrs. wee woadt ,
Mrs Jennie Mooney Martin huge your
James Brock. A guest tilt von IprE'sentl'd riela,1946,Laded Slutet jOewerr FeanJarioa' t
county welfare worker wishes + relit'
with a mog
to the honor nucst and --- --' -
to express her appreciation to '
wutJf'I
', midriff and
: I the Stuait Depl Store for their.eneioiis f
donation of shoes for 14 I i + 't binds, then bowl \

Jewelry Specials ROTARY CLUBn.dTUART ]| the needy families In Mart RICOU HARDWARE CO. .) th. hi round aeck.CoriMhion ..

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'i,*. *? M.... Wi-dn..l No SZ02. county. j wine.i lw*
Bargain In Fine Jewelry ;f_ ,;' CHISHOLMi' fRILL -
}l\C JFMp. .fAHvORO I :Mi md Airs Hubert Speedy Whore Fishing Begins"Phone blue or PacfPiM
w.. > t > < I
-" ''AMES Pt.CRo.M:. 8. rid i n Ott.' mghtet i Mary Jo.i grasp' This. 'lees

Gold-Filled Lockets $3.75 up i II.1'1 hum !Monday trom But- 38 axdutiv Corol.1jJt1pottern (
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}; i Jllnior

I ya sim; 710 13'l
Gold-Filled Crosses 4.50 up I IM

e I NEW THIS WEEK

; Mother of Pearl $$1095


j TRUE TEMPER RODSPFLUEGER cede
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Compacts $9.50 v n i small sum we will BEROU17F
up
our 'III' wool clothing

*t t iiank,.. rugs 01 upholstered furnl-

Gold-Filled ts" $2.50START ,a' t i tl IIrt i .md 10-Year back our Guarantee work with a REELS See ,; is W>/''7 ""> !"'"'"


a i DERLOU Is colorless, odorless, stains -

YOUR CHRISTMAS s ? ., has been protecting fine fab- Other New Merchandise Arriving Daily

urn for particular housekeeper all

LAY.AWAY PLAN NOW $ "tier' America since 1930 The cost Is8urpI'bingly ,

I low. Let us tell you all
Watch Repairing and Engraving '
One Week S"rvice-One fir/, 1 about our Berlou moth protection STUART
Year
Guarantee
i ,f ,.i let t Ice now. Phone 190. Refrigeration Service Pho'iest: Day 216-Night 44-R-4
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GEORGE; KEITH HEAR OUR RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS EACH _-'- '" .-: ..... :s:

Stuart Jewel Shop .

I MARTIN COUNTY CLEANERS I I WEEK DAY OVER STATION WIRA DEPARTMENT STORE

.J OUGHTERSON BUILDING STUART Si45 P. M. Standard Time HOME
I! Opp. Citizens Bank Phone 190 Ij "BUY THE BEST-AND BUY IT AT

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-- STUART Martin County, FLORIDA, TfirRSDAT. SEPT. 26 194. PAliE 101111AlR3. I I

>' ICIAL NEWS and TRACY MARTTN, Society__Editor_ I I I

"u' ,,I r Happenings STUART- New Items for this J
of the WEEK IN office before paper noon must on reach Wednesday the newspaper | *, I>f'*. .

TELEPHONE 300 : i'. ". I
:MR AND :MRS :MOORE '
I o r ANNO'N-E D.U'CUTER'S; Mr and Mrs Willis T. Pagct,' Guests were the Rev and Mrs si nvllle Navy hospital He and I. ;1'
BIltTn entertained at dinner Sunday D. I 'ti :
D. Price of Sebrlng hs wife were enroute to New I
night at their home In the At ; VENETIAN ., .
Mr and Mrs w C. Moore of !antic Court having as their: -- Y'Jrk.I he will leave forE I I

r.:;w ... for YOUR horns 87 Hinnon Street Montgomery guest. Wells Lippincott of Chicago Mr and and his Mrs brother Robert Jack McCallum Mc-- trope representing his ''I

okc the run out et your brcottfoit routintd Alabama announce the birth of I Callum left this morning for I-my. Mrs Vineyard will' com-I r-I '
I BLINDS ,,1 i
kilchon "hom.y" shot color to tnocc
,jem: Thuo or* ,lint a. f.. of tkt lnti.au. nottwd a daughter Linda Carrol on Mrs I Canlsteo N. Y. to visit his parents P'W York 90 days, then Join I
.... Mr. and ,
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neall x, daily on the W. r t of Sep 13. Mrs. Moore is the former George Splcer Mr. and Mrs Norman Mc- In Paris I r I
... TNI CHRISTIAN, SCIINCI MONITOR Miss Barbara entertained at dinner at their: Callum before all going to college _.
I W ar plut rots" In thlt daily rwwtpoptr lor Irene Tomllnson. home HOME FURNISHINGS j 1r 1
In
gvn' you world news Intwprtttd to ..w ,ill daughter of Mr and Mrs I I Gomez Monday night, Robert will attend the new- Miss Josephine Sluopshlre, ,
,, E.
: and family' R. Guests i
your were Mrs. W. (
.: :.!::. H Smith ly In
Tomllnson organized Sampson College
onll rTiTorTsciorct f>ubli.hT9loeTty '----5 5icrxay of St. Lucie Crescent. and Mra. oho bas been the houseguest of,
I o H. Tilton
j-- of Hobo I
5.Q Geneva N. Y., Mrs McCallum
Strut Baton MauochuMttt i McMillan Furniture Co.
Itd"I : sound. I her biother-ln-law and sister. '
E I >ato .nt.r a ipclol' Introductory rvbccrphos to I I"I II C1ROL1V SIE IIEiTtFLFBRUID accompanied him. Jack will attend | ...
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I non Scl.nce Monta-S wnkt (30 l Ih oIst to IStm. I I -C- I Alfred University In Alfred Vr and Mrs Plcksley Cheek, of: y
BIKTIIDIY
I Mr and Mil C H' (Curti' I N. tiwall't Point, left Friday for 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE
: Carolyn Sue Leek
I II
0nap I r Mr. and Mrs. Grant daughter Leek cele orI I I Schroeder were hasty at dinnerSaturday YMr -- I",M home In Nashville where PHONE 699 w
I brated her fifteenth night in their new and Mrs Russell Wile>' sic will attend the Vanderbilt y
birthday annheisary home on Georgia avenue Guests have had their Mr Lnlxerslty:
-------------- Saturday I I as guests. _.
night at her
were Mr and I -----
Mrs. Curtis Whltttcar -- --- --- -
S home in Golden Gate by enter and Mrs. James O Vineyard of

taining 1 her ;n.friend_n__ with...... _? .?..a.?.....,.,. I Kansas City who left Friday I 1 .
I and William J. Calvin of Eustlce :
The
,
I P\T 7 danced guests played games and Mr and Mrs. O E. Howard Mr Vineyard. an executive orT I ELECTRIC PHONOGRAPHS
)' Repair and Fix Up! served with A Ice birthday cake was ,entertained at dinner Tuesdayat W A. In charge of operations 1
cream and punch. :
*..,* .j Among those their home In Golden Gate was with \Mi Wiley in the Jack- .
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present were Sara .
t .J -- I I .
L1 Roberts Lurllne Greene Barbara ANDSMALL .
Material Are Still Very ,
Stuart Jean Dare. Viola
: Wright
:y"M1 1 Scarce
But We
Will Be Clad Joan Combs Lloyd t
Campbell
I To Help You Out With What Cork Hudson Jor Bowie Bert Stuart Hardware Co. RADIO

' \': Material We Have On Clements Rudolph and Karl
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Hand. John Krueger Lamar Howard
.
Dick Roberts and Junior Marcel
f I.f _AA. ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR -- -- -- Specials for the Week!
BEST! DITCH TREAT UMIItOV Combination Radio & Phonographs

\M BRIDGE, fU B
The Dutch Treat Luncheon''I *
,I'! Lumber Co. and Bridge Club met Thursda I In Stock
sa at Chisholms for luncheon followed
I'a by bridge at the Stuart Clothespins 5 dozen 25/

PHONE 66 Civic Center.. Present were Mrs. RCA
," Stanley Kitching. Mrs. Edgar
Martin Mrs. T J F. Kennedy *
-- Mrs Robert O Judson. Mra. HM ;
EMERSON
Kleifeld Mrs L. Ashby Arbo- Beach Balls I }
$2.95
gast \Mrs L M Johnson. Mis .
[it Our Package Store I
Paul Hoensliel and Mrs Tracy FARNSWORTH
Maityn Prizes for high scores :
"tl were won by Mrs Hoenshel and

" ICE COLDBEER Mrs Marty----- 11.PIECE i GENERAL ELECTRIC

n Mrs Charles McLane. who has Pyrex Gift Set $2.45 ,
been visiting her son-in-law and . i I II
I
daughter Mr and Mrs. R P. WESTINGHOUSE

.., % Ifti Parnell at their home In Jacksonville I I
for the past month has
10 returned to her home on Akron CALCUTTA ; ZENITH
, By The Case Avenue
,10I I
Cane Poles each $1.15
r After spending a week as the CROSLEY
AT ANY truest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard i iI

; Ma the*son In Miami Beach Mr.. iI I
i
I TIMEcktails Arthur Dehon has returned to
her home on Riverside Drive.St. RAIN KING MODEL K 1i

Lucre Estates HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICE
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Mrs. George J Backus had :is Lawn Sprinklers $6.75
and Mixed Drinks her weekend guests Mr.and Mrs I I POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 13

Andres of Coral Gables and Mi __ _III --. t 'I .
TOMMY mid! Mrs Van Scoev of West Palm .
SAVASNOTICE' ------ -- ------- -- ---- --------- --- ----- ----- -- -- --
Bcarh .= .......

Mr Mattie Douglas of Fort
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I Lauderdale Is spending a fort-
nlltht'lIh her grandson D. P
Httdpi: and Mrs. Hudglns at
their homo In the France Apart-
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mt'nt., .
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Mis.-. Vivian Austin Of St. All
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UiiMino! is spending a week as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
i Backus of Jensen Beach i
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cupational Licenses Mrs Lucite Hollingsworth Miami I is the guest of her parents -
Mr and Mrs. M. McKilllp I
of I the Virginia Apartments I
Dlt AND PAYABLE ON OCT. 1ST, 19J6 -- -
Mi and Mrs Laurence Mend-I Stuart
Tigers
ricks md: daughter. who have 'I II
spent t several days at the Atlantic
Court. left Saturday foil
he City of Stuart ,i I l their Chicago home. Mr Hend. SUPPORT
Arks is one of the owners of the I II

'I| Apartment I vs. THE
B> I B. EURIT City Manager '
Mr and Mrs J. S. Magos and I
little son. are expected to return '
({1 next Tuesday from the Kennedy ; HOME
: Hospital in Memphis to visit her I
Belle Glade Rams j
I Landberg parents Mr.of Sew and'alls Mrs.Point John Mr. : TEAM !

Magos has been In the hospital
I
lnre Feb 1945.

"CTRIO I! !Mrs Blanche Lowrey-- returned FRIDAY NIGHT SEPT. 27

GRAINS OF WISDOM s i I Friday to her home on Camden ,
i avenue after a month's vacation I I'New
tcuntry newspaper and the town pump have I
''ni"j visiting I relatives and friends In
in
have the common.country newspaper but not the pump I' York City. Virginia and Field 8 P. M.

\town'lies', the and Stuart along Feed aide Store.of its importance to little West VirginIa. --- Stuart High School) -

"lYe been here a long time and wpect to be
<,nrer, that it why we sell quality merchandise. r
CHICKS ARE SCARCE THAT IS, GOOD JI. SCHEDULE: '

YOUR BUT WE ORDERS CAN STILL NOW. GET A FEW-SO STUARTSINCE Sept. 27-Belle Glade at Stuarl Oct. 18-Vcro Beach at Vero Nov. 8-Pahokee at Pahokee .1'I i

K HAVE PLENTY OF FEEDS FOR YOUR d Oct. 4-Melbourne at Stuart Oct. i Clewiston at Clewis ton Nov. 15-Fort Pierce at Stuart .

.''IF.AND E LAYER GROWER POULTRY. 5.60 5.85 f 191:1. : Oct. 11-Titusville At Stuart Nov. .-Delray Beach at Stuart Nov 22-S. Broward at Stuart ,I



.1E E E BROILER DAIRY HOC RATION 4.90 6.10 4.90 WaSpecialise This Scries of Advert.'sements Sponsored By )\

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E WAYNE. WAYNE, GO AWAY, ITS I
InRentals
TOO DAMP, DAMP. BRUNER'S PHARMACY COLEMAN'S FIRESTONE STORE & W

emember, it is your yard they talk about.U .
WEB ORDWAY MOTORS STUART DRUG CORP. I
HAVE BEEN BUYING THE BEST, YOU '"

GOT IT HERE. j lor Information JOHNS DRY CLEANERS STUART FEED STORE l

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Real Estate Insurance IDEAL SPORT SHOP.CASA LUMBER CO. '

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S \ro:5COW: Br COLLIER Ye Olde Hurlers&bailhshers O uGal Ol g 0ptat-

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\\i +' ; ; Stage Bangup Ball Game HorticulturallyTlir Speak i

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_. .: ;; : :," : Last Sunday's: benefit btllwme RecgkKitchlnff!: replaced Sire I
; :: shah' in Smith FVrid.i. JLIttA 1\ .4 r''
gross
,> between rise" olc' Im""M midI Fred Walton at third BonesBlakeslee
r' i : ; 11I.IL(.. nw thin of a trip l.i Ihr rn. .t,
.. '. a I In1946 champion Sullflfili: was relieved b.v Blacksmith 1".11'
: ," a affair acccwrtlrtf! lliiiiC I ..", strange'ilrete<< are no Umlrn.Lii.
} t. ,.::(: at ::.' .' \.it.a banK-up Barry at llrst and Ktro- !

l1> '))4. ",:lr. FJor,: '. Manager John N. Mann. pro-: ; Krelder shifted to centerfield fxiftls to start (form in kjming.rjt f.ifmf., .

" II 1 IM# .' March .. 11.t :-" DAILY n .iter of summer sports for the f'ne canltli! Lnou-n at Kirtrnhnw-h.l: The cli'i
, s sari' Jaycecs. But we'il! l IAt 1..1
A FREE PRESS I dji''. although" drier and prrhaf a hit (.-...,1-1.( I
).t s.a \TAfIf': '! t\ Manager: John tell the story In, I Cstli tightened up at right

It: and Th. 1" ." :' ,.. '. EULLETIH I'' own words. Here It U: :I field-Sport Shop DeBerry tightened I j; leant no trees' at all. iixwlly chmht and lirrKI '
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J :" EI Smokeless Joe Woods starting up at shortstop and Paul I I lli.it I gross in Florida .o to u* ft urauld seem
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/r A FREE PEOPLE :; : 1 CRISIS l p !'her for the old felts held' Thompson, who had best picking From KirctrnlifM-h Lot seek-I rrcrir,! .

"" J I,. I' .;.. ." ct 'vF i Sallflshers up to the fourth up the Sallfl iers bait from allj I II I beautiful flmveriiijj. pUnlt. aryl khmieli miK. .

\ '* *, '" ... ..' w a yp 'nlnti to two hits for four runs. I angles toughened the second i I I am interested in P"'f1.&g.ttin"m; too __ '

flWn .. : l -' ;.: a4/l y H' was a bit slow getting start-: I base posit km.> I I II I I FlftritU passing! m dlt lms. If in readme tl.,

: 4T with his once-fjjnous gopher Cromer waited the first two1 low (lie plant lump seem strange In \mi r.I .

rn", .' \,7'.,, .. .. .> '.11)) but when he' got It to work- i men having trouble with hl. I|I, 'n' nw Inn anxl In nrotly I every other. prrvin" it., .
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the catcher couldn't! I! direct! delivery, and his grocery :, .
------- --- Us con ; ""I tin-in lu\(- been introduced into C.lilmin ''
SVBSC-RIPTIOS! !: RATE .oi" -and neither could: Joe.; I I express time was called by Grtf- ;j flirt
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I't, ,,, ., the !
HP was replaced: by Jack fin. Cromer came back to .
--- -. -- ArCTOTIS SP. ll..lH or hull sl.n.U.
\.01- :: I mound off. and
rationing was
Dodge! '. I'aegmdaet, ) < > with larpe. *iilarllonrr) i.>
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r. ,. ? : .. 1i 'h'' mound in the fifth Inning the direct delivery shot straight' c.il.ir... l and \(i> lmv.,.s'.- Flimerinj fi.tn |I''i.l.:
lack used the famous ptclnters'ball : down the groove: 3 up and $ ,
I MEMnril: IF THE A" OriATTD: ttltWorthy '''''' i .' which came in at so i down-last of the eight. The old :I <1f1RO8.CIFER.;' : .\. Much I....," f ftin .
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ol OCOC=:::::l'co) 7DCOt pae imm'' different angles the color folks gained six runs bringing up (' Grvrns family, hearing '* mnti\hkii si.clnMcrs .

\ .ii I the black seam and white the score to 8 to 9 with the Salts: from Jum- I.. Frlinun. Fruit a l tar,

Meditation ?..nhpr blended creating an I' xtlll sailing. I I LCOXOTIS: LEO l"m'S. IVminul '- .

1 l' oaot-oao -- ococ:===oco c fi ,..1'mic' flash. In the 9th Inning Cromer came l.nnilx I iLaliietaf/ be-jrinc J*,."-. red.%.-ll\
WORTHY OF :MEDITATION %_ 0I The Sallflshers kept swinging I bock with his 'War Time 8J.lal'I T< in.
A : -i '. bi-iween\ flashes' and picked up I, and held the< champions at bay !i HOELLA CILI.T.urlI: nhnih ,t ti .

-.\' .'. !inns on the painter. The' score closing the lame with the old ,i, (('(iiiijianiila(('ar i. "a fthnwy plant with bh. "'

( Illfll .1 I 1 the beginning of the 8th Inn I i folks trailing just one dingle. .till tinlollmving April.

: J ( inn' : was 7 to 2 for the youngster | Those taking part in furnishing PSOP.ALFA f'1'\' ;\.\T.\. A small in,. ..I| r'
Open Letter Art,' looked black kir the old\ entertainment I for local sport, i iI i iI 'I, ,
to Engineers i fvi t iMMrint. blue and shoe Om." .. nui.tl'-, !
I !tmu-rs Art: Parks, manager for I fans while raising a gift of ap- nMJAU 1(1( % SEH1CE*. A 6 J....t
On Glut:; tr$ A REAL ANTIPOLLUTION LAW \the pioneers was pacing the i I I predation to Ray Heisley. inJured 1r..,,', that ..inil\<-"-.i1t.im". l ICC)) .10.1.! I.I.I. I.f
Lowering of the Lakefnhed who has \been kept
Held. What to do next with only plpyer f born Mav t.. December.
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T ..Ttime The :SeWs ha-:. -tie, ''. ,it| Mi, 11t''d, 1'1' 1 two ,more chances at the bat was from work for several weeks In- ,,
r\ETTA: .\\CELT.I"t.: : "'
,ai.lafion in llartin Countv "J"| ;hc $34 question. eluded : Old Folk. Thompson.
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""-' :tHf'Vi') >"''' TVvl.tml' ; ,. I I', I Irir "I( the lone; Ijmilv ,/?,,/>io<* -i tl'ii"I1.! .'* pollution' of our outercjng -. Grocer Cromer. the oldsters'ace Kindred Blakeslee. DeBerry.
.Tunson\ilh.; ] : "-I" ;, ',, VIILLCTTIA cPFRA.: A :9ii-li. ..i nr,
u "" > South' probably I becau-e the South In the hole" took over the Dodge Krc4der. Walton. Bart-

< ; ', j ,i".lar. i atural l resources. and: eagerly: seeks mound. Harris Lowery aa. replaced 1 lett. Woods. Ralston. Estes. Cro- i.irs Oiow purple ELL flow-en%. in A 6-hicli nili-Omih:: ctiutn.MACKAVA t .f

It h. .- I ., ? ;., iiidustrial efforta'rrarest Radio B..rtUtt in left mer and CTrlffin. The Satlflslienperformhig
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i : .V.-Mh-:, )h<- E---V j. Tr-! M manufacturing: or I .loci,. 'cnir I lci. i-K TltlllI/'l'f1.wl..I"nl/ l :' sal "
', fi"ld. School Kid Griffin took were H. and T. Ar-
.. 'I. hazards to the wnttrs. of the :South;
age JJJ':1 "-i 1' "! I.s- 1''I"I '.d 'n .M ,:.a'. ... c' ("lie!: tnlxhclmt' (!ftirinc Ihjwif. \ I. .11' .
for Coach Chuck Kindred nold. Lowery Market. Armor.
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mills
j- 'a I -M pulp' which "process" the i inferior 11.I er
"-"I1 1 I..h ,, < ? ,, .. 11'1"" "f h: !- "\ .....1' ,I.L; !}:.. ..-!. .- '..Til'--' i.f< cut-over lands Since the majority o'a. ,.s catcher and :Mullet Choker Hardwick. Oraham and Mann. \LBCRT4ICA.. A .linih Ile fi. '
farm lit .d.! ,. ,.. 1'isir Mirplivli( ll iiT. in effectlnslm. ((t .
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; .1 u- -.1 t the: lake. :" rtc; Martin County are of this nature, with Vast, --

On th. ," .'- ;. .:' all th- ;., .< M.SlUIIlt ..:- .. .} -iiisilaT. :: inferior timber in adjoining St. Lucie. RECIISTIUTIO.X DEADLINE: ,""..111.IInEmenl : .
KOEPEHIAMM:
!=; =X." ,- ,,1.! -!> ?E.: .!.. !I''r ]J'tifler !.;;- ( in.'ft' ,** and. Palm Beach counties, it I is not I beyond ASK ENGINEERSTO SET rim OCT. 9TI1Od. l.iinih i'i/f/i/rror/ .baring .Howlirieht* .-. '
: *"! aswuBMthat a mill might logically! be npenr.nea. : 9 is the deadline fur -
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vna't d. mat. t" tni tir.-ji. Isar; ;, .1' c ::1 'IELI.\\TIIl'S CXIXKM'S. A des.-i if
If it follows' the example of other such qualifying to vote in the November .
the winter .I. .,I- .-.. I.y :M 1 1 Lurie Car.a: : a' ''I ].. fu'} -* ... ftwjAb.\ we would be blessed with a payroll POUR MUD ON general election by rrt- Mi-1 U\TIII-efanils.Iseuing"' "' nce' /flowo "
:Fork of lhtv ni' lI"ddjlllrj1..... 'J itKlic Icwc. Tlir l r.irn
l.uci.- J; discharge .. F ..r''rt '! -nrlllOtmial') [ stench and the dumping of cleatlhf. "tt'rlnrl'llh the county Mip- ..

+ie flood :\.i\-r.\ } I'r.m, !I...kThe ,'. .;.., jr streams..i I ervKor or In the piecinct 'C110TI.Tl1.SLE: \SlS. \ .
.. .:! .ltM i lejtiwtatfon, [ now would block that hazard MARTIN COUNTYWEST 1 iw.irinviiKted dowses in short cluster* I I1'I Ii
t'1.'jl' ti- rrRislraliott places.Mrs.
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this wed 1 .
i i ln .. : -, :ha.t the September issue of The Southern Fi"-her- : J. B. BUkP-k-o. registrar nsethag! my Ipirr-
nf Mari! :
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; ; / ;,ht-r-.elv "t..n tine- S Its..detl l in I.I"kl..ndt"r. has11.111W" Sara"
y '" 'j.- -i. .iI muddy d-s
are to among/ stinking PALM BEA II. TJvi di not register liv Hint elate
('on"f'" \ < llnllnuiTs spiittrd purple in the m,"n'CU'.DEXIA '
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Lee iu -i]".rts fl.11.(10"111' f A pulp plaint! that's no concern of olirlO't'rYO1t; > Everglades Drainage District will nut be eligible for hall. ,(
$] ()/ 11:11 1 But when thene I i ; :. ; GLOI>O..bru" -t -
: I'\" 11," 111 ('I.unt' ttny.! same pulp and paper] and commission has requested! th? In the election N'ov. S. because

Wh.t.) : I.t': Eu-:, I-'th i J. "pt'ned' :; 0)) .. .... G -.:. r'>>diets; : ptaoat continue to dump their wastes> into' Immediate lowering .r f Lake the state. law, rrquirr 11.\1."is That arc lined" withdlmt.. .
-r- .-. and! baitxon-. where fish I i:HTAXTIU'S SP. t ndt"r. Imll. K i
length) "I'linw < and shrimp and oysters'.f in order hI relieve I tht'O'WI/ 0' the book In advance
a ;, 1' 'at I of mud Okeechobee .
'' Ity a ,1 .ghinto t t.iiniK. with f flower that red whitt- ':
i.* j r4 .Bt mad where the seafood industry incurs are or -
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of he election.If _
the lo\\ .a' -" '' 1 ,. St. LUf..' 1'J: '" a wide surrounding area/' sufferIna I LEUC.tDEXDROAitCENTttt.' : 1'
r. 'J I ,3::!Itr..t ti< !\ leil"rfatlle (tojorjr therefrom, it does becom n water.Commissioner I | nu are already: regMrrrili -
nit \v' I Il).1 1 .. .a .Iiurtlg! b, h, a. ,. -- .ors. THi* pollution of food-producing waters from high Sam OimsValiistaled : i I In JIarlBi: (count >ou do not Tin' I i HI> tlxPIIOTE:* f..mi'hie.l.' is anTELOPEA ***--

.JlOI'1, ) .1. : *tMjp|p rJ. that the lake Is now at | need to sign. up again. New SrECIOSISSIJ.n-..- :; _
'rhi ,, ,", '-.1"S..stal[ watery of The southern' Atlantic tate .. tinii.itiun.il fkrserq .\U-4rali.. Its nri.i -
0 : t It$ r !Iv -.1'dI.'sult : '. a height of 18.2 feet which fc ,j residents, nestle"" naturalized
< '0 .;!-riJ" g f",,)m a e-ontinuonn aggravated pollution from : edtleos \fr( is somrthjing ol a mrrvrisr.AI.ErRITES .
) 1 : ., carter, stand- and thoeI h" have
'''.1 .n "I'1 .'''ft'' r .\ ,: i too high to permit : ,. .:
.- 1I.j. nearly :" itIsou. . : ing on nearby" lowlands from recently attained voting ace
:: ;: I-a1: u-f'.mR- : ,. ': i' r-jt-'i.' .:a. FTuri Ja. have! become so polluted that at time draining into it. are urged\ In register. :Mrs. ,ni.iki-s, (inshadr. trw to jl f.-rt.
bring ,I'i"t- I)1 )1'-1+ ,' : i.I TKCOMAI5IA CAPEXSIS. Tlii hI'!.
: 1" irg" I. ..l"jlft1ualEy' : covered with small shrimp ; ap-i I After a resolution, asking fed' Blakeslre II'' bPI the rrgIstcation -
11"11,) j I" ::01.1', I..J\ :.J'\..' aff. t' .'. '- -.- :: *!:-iBB! .
which !1'nl! '" 'j.hll; ), -.a-.i Mast: spore them. Shrimp producers believe that the St. Lucle canal and Caloosa- office at the court. house thelast us a. Iwdge.' Tliis \4iirty ha or.msi: "'

"' ... t ...J :tr>< !m! pnlp>\ milll! waste settle to the bottom. They he"n. '
{ iI'I'; ,: fat ', 01' ,,' t'n' 'fT." hatchee river" outlets of the lakeChastaln I three days of t'arhIt'rk..
: .. that die ; U hack tw! list maLes -
many shrimp cm the bottom "Only about JO nt''ote... ">Uinp! err rmI "
.. and Engineer LamarJohnson
strong acr' 1 1. )I' I J. .tl- 1' '.Il.d ., .
"F'!"!..aI: # MllJ.Hd. to have a prosperous oyster) biwiness. I have been listed to date" she. I a. dUtrilmtKm ol' tht-w hrjiutiful plaiiisM
t the Lake l K-: / -i. ',' )h. n' : ..,nd.-t., .. -: .'. -.:: 'hifinrutiir, yt waste. dumpling/ until now withir3ft suit federal were appointed engineers to about con I i said today "Thf books will 'I.n> \\ IHTF, :I liaxtnxil: fixMiird I "sfmw\; : .

waters. : -"" Bile!: radius of Fwiandlna' all oyster beds hate changing permanent UnlK-d remain In Ihf'3rioll'l pre- If.dl.A o, I horn Less," "n..... ol tIe ('jp. P

t1',> bt.JIt'.t}, it! the fI't'P&I.' ; ;; l ': ; -r .11.1 1ineesllgate ,i+.stryea.. States regulations affecting! :; the I I dads until the Oct. S closingI >, ill tlirnt-' Fl-.rkla. tl5(5(1 .ild dimiK 1. t.- :

hf.'fe: atith j Ditiriouii : ::n:." .11 ad)I.... .,. i' '.' I I.. IL>: S'eath raniina a similar condition exists. C'ommer- lake levels under which the K'd- !I I day," she. added( 'I"'I' to' ,Ms, 1I.mTit., Loral I of Flmer
.i: fataiair! ) in the watery around Georgetown has suffer
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to us it I m.'inui. -. : agents now are permitted
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any .. d4 dote' th* i'building' (of pulp mill. in that vicinity HARRIS WALL HEADS
It hall been; <"'11' umh.: -:ding that t.... LahA*' t" 1- to keep the Jake level as Wgh as Jiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiii, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrWITH
ST. J"hmw Riirer Florida HIGH SCHOOL
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)> heavy herring runs occurred | JUNIORSAS
Kept at or a* 'I. ITbelieved '; ,(" l ] 17 feet. i
{ < to -\e a j.- ; that 1 i'ta EDIT
r arJr an t; the past : .i ii; : the mint 1 -atisf.n.1 :r'- ,e.-I h, 'j, 1"1' navga. Ile
't heavy refuse damping, herrinrunIC/! comw 'no' moreat"
and drainage"ntr"I. It h.n'm! vnt reached tfcut ]reel 1 Water taitfiis'h Wall 11111I1111I1111I111 IU 1111:11111I11I1111111I: I II 1111I1111I11I1111I11I"11I111I."
the big gafftops'l) which is such r: was elected president -
] \Ve have reasoi t t. lielie-- 1rr'- that the mer--rs'i \<-vlyiiijr .,' ... .j market! cten>-us* I inlands m the, Lake 81..1) ..tht-r hordermir Jnltv. : .
kr: never appear. They are bottom fish anti ..
which quite po. il.l) should r -ver have teem .--d J.: where there Sonif :statement seem to follow u, ,'" -
< ar Traters.aiul an organization meeting last .
uapojl'ited
COMMENTS
farming arc in the, f"r,>(ron' the bloc de trip of For .' ":
.j 1 :ir-.r: 4 'IF4! week courses a boomerang. exams
""'rsda the I'arolinis are by no means, the only with Rita Taube as vice
lake level. sat.- toning. : *.al!.><<9dt. through water pollution. One Miss 1- BY "SCIIRECK" president. Jean Beacham. secretary r.u,,.-iall spokesman quoted by the )ionadrerlising
Other drainage: c.nihls. mean t t" take water fr-.tn t> .- 'i to the reported occupation' .,:
Elections to stimulate-
"-it : for seem and
pe bay.ea-f ormerly+' prrductive sports t t'i"herme" Sara Roth treasurer.
I lake, are ,so clogged with sediment that hey p.rsale: ..dud. t mmt-TKi&l fishermen al tike-has been put out of tlrts > the souls of our younger men Elaine Ulmer. Charles Titus !British troops :
into the lake, putting the entire: load of di,chitrv. ..j., tit ; "Britain's foreign policy continue. a : 't'
." !3"MtGiire: !i'hy' thfreritiue from wood processing )plants. for at the Jaycee election lisle and John Harmony was selected: ,
('alno hahlttt'ht'e and St. Lucie outlet, with th. 'selfish 1 interests hi"
SL tir which pushing
the I Inamirtty Pauwarjimta River, polluted by plants far) iifa : week many new faces were present to represent the class at the ,, are "
hearing major load. .i *' cutteri-! ha raised a terrific anti-pollution sentiment as well as t the old stand- Student Government caucas at expansion) towards act" that endanpfrld.
This, matter' jc i so vital lu I nur community that we w..u%i iap \\ <' ."-Little Rock" (Ark.) Gazette
fine !!
r-*m which much fxxxl may rome. bvs. It's to see the ndded which plans were made for the
]>reciate the Engineer/ Department's advice ani ti ]Ij. Oil D refuse in Texan ha played hob with the for i Interest shown by these new new student government. -
in a "olutilln-I'\'II if that solution conoirtedkInr.;; : !!t,, |: WHO IS FOR DEMOCRACY?
re*"j-: rich oyster) beds aroond Galveston.Th I, comers. Orayce Pomeroy. publicity'

to federal,some aid coastal for 1 1 a outlet flood leaffected relief channel from St. Lucie (' r.t. South cal1.lItOJt! afford) ti> have its fishing industry A hearty welcome Is extended i if |' chairman reported three new ':::1 The United States of America can (,'

the Loxahatchee basin., economicallyucr a- "trac; *
Tn ; -tcs'r hy world incur ia Northern location State laws! 1 er. Howard Bartlett T O. Schr-I 39. Owyane Sincere halls from states, whether of 13.500.000 112.011: "; a
the interim the people of Martin will!] l I I or
ly 1 appreciate due consideration of their'ountr interest in irr! *t1 aay fc* tits! am -* SoUthern states have been notably eckengost who were accepted as I|I Key West. Barbara Steward from ': given two senators and two member .11 '
ir.j .e x: in vattK'T pIuti.on[ ." members and accorded the privilege Jacksonville t
aspects and Jante Elklns ;
legs that t-
so teeming and elbowing m- ;
decisions for major discharge: of flood water from Ok: **- .
of voting In the electionof
ihobee. through St. Lucie Canal and the adrere effect I I from Pahokee. I] :strous cities shall elect the president' ait.: ;
i .MIUTA.VT BOOK OM DEMOCRACY our new officers. '1, .-
County representation wan Who dra I'l'at.1e
."inch action upon the sport, fishing, commerciaj fWiing in South Carolina stand up for
Paul
and general( business and tiuriJacti'lty here.' The Nears !ha* just received for revii...T a copy of "Ide elected Congenial as president for Young the. com-was given as: Jensen Beach 2; Salerno :+toll IS.C.J. News and Courier.EDUCATION" .
6; Palm City 3 Hob !
Sincerely fI la'ot- Lur*"" fey Peter. Howard\ volume which I is, par- : -- -
Paul
ing year. Thomas vice-pre
THE STUART NEWS -;wnJarlr air[ ant \iglrnus! in its presentation! of the cur- sident Ben Redding secretary, Sound: 2; Tropical Farms, 6; In- j
dlantown. 7.
and Stuart 17.
teat, ::! h and Irving Kanarek. treasurer. I It in a deeply disturbing fact that no f..g. )
According to! school tradition !
THE PROBLEMS OF THE MERCHANT ..- :..a.ftIIW! -.. table from the which .
n*> : quote book from I 000 "a''
With proper support all the Junior class has charge of young folks in our country" receive n-
( Industrial =News" Cevietr) tivr' an! da. ,*if [its ni-wtting: spirit : members these officers have all concessions at the athletic ;\ tion whatsoever For the future of the ':atl>. r.

It's a very) human failing to take it out on the nwrrhair X-->*r. *ttiif!* man started to run the world God made some very Interesting meetings events and begins early In the i, sirable that we leave no measure untried a. "-,

whl'n'ou can't find what you want in a store. But th 'i*. busman agony b_n organized by human with such planned for the coming year. year to raising funds for the future citizen! in the Sunday schools of AmerK-

country's) retailers deserve a large share of consumer
passion./ Ida* more' faster than armies.:!! They travel ahead of officers for the splendid Job done Junior-Senior familiarity with the Bible.-Keidsville iN f *"

The typical store today finds itself) besieged by eager ,1 beat ** veil as behind them. during the past year. This Is I'' The class scribe prom. I

buyers at a time when it has little to sell, because strikes Ideas ctanir/ mea Idea shape nations So many l Ideas easy to say but many people do juniors In the reported three HERE WE GO AGAIN

and; shortages are holding up production of all tbtH.- b M for the altariance ".f each human heart as it takes it: not realize what a tlme-consum- cheer-leading ,,

velous postwar adletA't' were supposed to have conin warney from the womb to the tomb. And when millionsf ing Job being an officer in a group Bracham; Barbara: and Steward Jean Following World War I we strapped dreadlg'I'later s

jr. Experienced, courteous employes are hard tt find. '' ordinary men and women begin to follow the same star 'i civic organization can be. Honest nine SaM Roth and on we would have given our eyeteeth ((0 Do

despite the all-time hitch in wapes. The merchant goes to itii iIIory ss molded! fellows, we mean it. Thanks. team members on the football we are selling super-bombers for the price of sCBP!ill

bed night after night with his head throbbing from the Gooodril in a man or a nation U no answer to self-will! Mayor Jack Coleman associ- Including Ted Bishop John while the world U. smoking at every CWVK *
I/Heureux.
complex and endless reports he must make to tb* iw-'...- i i.B: a man or nation For one U a state of mind, the other ate Jaycee member, was present Robert Montgomery, )possible at 1.000 point. Is history staffing: Charles
tax officials and other agencies of g-overnment. He doeAl" i.K: a fore. When a fore meets: a state of mind, the state' last meeting and directed the Titus. Harris Wall Dew- I repetitions?-Oklahoma City Daily Oklah_ d aDo L

know from one day to the next what OPA policy will t*. bAnd I f r mind bnuhed side with violence. ; ballot counting. 'Hardwick ey Wells, Lloyd Campbell.. C. H.

he's faced with a price problem over which h* bat! Th two chief symptoms by which you can recognize Mr. C. D. McQuade of Stuart and Sam_. Whittle.

no control. 11 lie disease which has infected the earth are ingrowing I Hotel, made a report on the OCT. 1 IS DEADLINE-- -- Your Fitting OutAt

Despite all this American retailing hAIl performed
supremely well. It has stretched supplies so that an maze !II!sac!! always :see Xoraber! One first before he sees his neigh. I (See story in this Issue.) DRIVING PERMITS:

people a* possible get a share. It has managed to keep ...or*.* Itching padres are always on the grab. The disease With reports on all outstanding Oct. 11M the deadline for obtaining -

{ !good standards of service going and i.radullJ' bsUeras i commoaJy called "Gimme" or "Get" : It kills million committees given by their\ licensee. without having -

j I inpr them. It has done everything in its power to limit dl lad thoarh they do not tie down. chairman all committees well to take a driving test he I

price increases.' It is providingyou with what you wantas Fax the first Jim in his-.ry Materialism in consciously dissolved t. be reorganized ky*lt. stated. "As additional office

fast as it can get the goods. .a cod *]",ricry organized: nationally! and internationally, by new President. help Is not a.vallable'e will I STUART MARINE SERVICE

All the way from the big chains to the little corner m MIL l- are committed to rain power on the widest pos- Don't forget to be present at appreciate applications! before '

store, retailing has performed a service it can b.- prowl j i io.f. '.' J't' ..tal*. the next Jaycee Meeting and the closing date, thus! avoiding Incorporated

The consumer: can be certain that no < <>untr> onurtb *trx:' : :
4 has a retail industry as efficient as our. -: ,rcf'i nuutant: Materialism in the war of ideas. I I1 added.


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I A n_&"_shut sett. ... u'"SRECREATION ",C ".1IUI1I\ ,f. ,
3oq CLUB 1 contest was conducted sented ..
by LuclU without an absentee. Including ..J
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i Inscoe. County Home Demonstration Mr and, I Mrs frank E THIEVES GRAB GI officers! are hot on the trail of A number of rumors are afloat bef n.a, Tour fi-ambe! \ .tr "
FOR FAMILIES agent with Glass BUILDING SUPPLIES such offenders Ex-Doughbo\ .... FOR INFANTS r ,,
prizes and '
go. chlldren Marylln, and"tlen .f toe sale of a number of hem- ( -"::11'd I ter -- 3 j. fr
ing to Lester Sheridan Mrs. Dumlrk has the other new materials .. ., .
and Mrs< : .
De- Ralph willets Mr. here during the past fen weeks -.s. = :: center: only '
:' Home. family j Frank Glass Mrs Herbert Clements and Mrs. Chessf! Baker. Allen ,John Dumlclc. who Is trying\ branded for Ide'-.1 if lea- Confirmation .: ', .a- ,ui "txkv ALFAR MILK : -
of t f fTire
i lion. In case of theft and I It same will .
won a prize for Baker Mr
t the and '.
at largest Mis! Herbert H mighty! hard to get a little .0 =.r' I!"('
gently might be well that other builders made at a later date Best 3lonry Can Bay
family Clements '
representation
and bungalow __- -
Frank
built
Olass. children. Bert for his family : Cf cke
;0thp!lie club Olass, host for the evening took Jean, Mildred and Catherine: says "he who steals my purse so label each inch of board Mrs. Oscar Cobb arrired orFridia -- BUY BONDS "" ;-
Mr.and Mrs.Lester steals which they are fortunate enough .Sept 27.from Dyer Ark S
"JI Ana,' in rite the group for a boat ride on the Sherlden and trash but my nails and Jets I
f1 oral their St Lucie River Cobra K. Sherlden: Mr and Mrs. asbestos shingles and two-by- ;. to purchase.FNEMPLOTMENT where she visited her friend ,,;( Alf
Seven families Hobson Reddish and Dean and fours is a different story.." i \fr and Mrs Darby. fonnrrH 1 1f E ar Creamery I
-- ---.- Ireil t' upie- Dale: Mi and Mrs Joe Savite:1 And all agree that it Is a mean I :: D\T.\ t f Stuart for t..o'o'ks Before ttEsT PAID B ACR
find Joe and Johnnie : man who will rob a Ol of the' ring to Arkansas she rutted he: 1
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,i j I possibilities of getting a roof Payments of unt'mp1t'me.; : ,.augl,U and haters and bro;hrs f BREAD I'c Ibmlnro Dr. Phone un .
A t the turn or f !th'. 20th century over his head The compensation In Martin Count families 111P.... Jersey ..r ] .,.. ,.7
I supplies were, I. ::; to
II.ld I motor h '1 production In taken from the building site on during the meek ending Ctptrm ,. >veral "etkt; She reports a "
i' ANN PAGE the United Stat ., was 4192 cats East 4th st and her 13 amoun'eir UI $7350 an'> 'onderful vacauon and a !"e. '"
Monday night Yes! Sweeter Tastier Bread' M.
were made to five person" on" urn it health ,
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STRAWBERRY _. r
and four .
man Carl I'
1' women --- -- ----

''i } PRESERVES TENDER DRESSED HENS, FRYERS Industrial Smith Chairmen Commission of the Florid reported r % with FLEISCHMA

STUARTand .
t 16 OZ. FRESH YARD EGGS Payments throughout IV! state .*. ?u
JAR What Needs i- '
COMPLETE LINE "ALL MASH" FEED amounted to $104.284.50) dMrtrv- it :. FRESH 1

the same week and were mud: BT KENNtTII" STIMMELL: "d
"GET THE BEST FORGET THE REST" to 3.204 men and 2.860 womena ,
total of 60S4. reflecting no Jrl"1V f",

.. ,. tor3Whote more than normal fluctuation in Ot'R (It\MBER OF rOMMLRl E f.I :
RAINS FEED STORE ,
recent weeks Working together\ .f SUt'N'-!. t1 YEAST
If our Chamber of Conunerr' ,
Peeled FRESH CORN OFF THF 164 FLAGLER AYE PHONE 311 I IO.-_OOO0 C ind its good work if to continue
No 2r: Can .1 t Is up to all of us to work 1.- .
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Palm City Newt ;ether and mak it a bigger .

BIGOTS 28C I B E i-UCt'PSS. .,4a( ':l
PIANOSKIMBALL B> ANNA B DAYooooctc The experience 01 the pw H '..frI-I/
with the chamber at the pre en ..
12.OZ. CAN : :: : o time The experience of lack of .p- W t ___ .

I!Tonutir.E y' 12C i and KRELL SPINNETTES for immediate Word has been< received hem money and support Many pl"Jues .
.. l 5cMUSSELMAN'S delivery of the passing of Mrs. Earl b have not been paid Man .J

I BALDWIN and KOHLER & CAMPBELL SPINETTESfor Townsond! a former Palm City nave not paid a cent to the upkeep This caste fresh :yeast [goes right to work, gives
resident a number of >e..rs ago of the chamber bat bate
FLE SAUCE JANE PARKER 4 XmlU Delivery and many of her friends here been riding along on the vorkt you full solve because it'. full ttrtnglh And bread

.1? COCONUTTWISTS ALSO USED RECONDITIONED PIANOS still remain. Mrs. Tonsen4. of the supporters :No type ol:. made with Ffeisciunann artitfresh Yeast tastes :

\0CAN j EXPERT TUNING and REPAIRS 73. pissed! away at her home in business can succeed If all employees rwe ter. is lighter. more! tender ...
Veimontvllle Mich. AUK 23 and t
do not cooperate
ti If you bake at hom -G..t F7ei+clunann'a
16c / 29C FREE DELIVERY TERMS IF DESIRED Funeral services were conducted harp the burden. active< fresh \eat with
: by the Rev. D. D Vagle from the It is time the people of Martir the familiar: yellow alt .y
AHITE HOUSE --- .- Ward Funeral Home and burin county recognize the Importance IMwl-Amrica'edeprtdablqs.ewt, : favurtte ff;;*"%%}**** /
LEGGETT MUSIC CO. In Lakevlew In UreH fOr over lir** fmeratrmf! :
EVAPORATEDMILK NABISCO i was Cemetery jf the chamber to their .. : hil
I Vashvllle Mrs. Townsend ww hood The main reason for lack
RITZ! A. R. PAYNE, District Rep. : Ada Reynolds before her tnar cf understanding of the fane F' ": :
rlage to Mr Townsend For man:) tions of the chamber is the fI.ll :
522 Clematis St West Palm Beach
2 TALL CANS 1-LB, PKG years they lived In Nr,.,.111 t'. lack of interest of those who ;
I after which they made their !should' take an active part in at
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23c 25cILSED home In Florida for numberof functions. the
a To criticize aetintw --------
years. finally! returning !-' of a body without showiest
Mafihvillc SunlvoiR are l hAl' husband any effort to> help or to attend
& DRAWN : DRESSED & DRAWN 1IT'S EASIER TO Earl. two sons. Ri;ph of the open meetings marks the

Vermont and Glenn now living .rltics as interested only in the ..-- n
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fRYERS In Orlando p'&o six Rraidchlli tearing down of that which the
FOWL\ I ren 8rrpthy and bert widens' nvterettfd have built up. ,...
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CUT UP' I BALANCEi [are extended to the survivors The Chamber of commerce : JW I "'=a I ITtsAWT I.r. J
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: --. -- '- S SFIbU i from all Palm City friends. \KI. hrlp nil businesses In this: I .
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CAUGHT FRESH CAUGHT I II I Mr' John Ta'lor returned recently city and crusty, of which then ...-, p--- .. ...!lJ'tIJDr 1
fioin j 'ccksonvllJe! where are approximately twenty type :: \ I --
YOUR BUDGETWhen y MU were a lea weeks! ago for a consisting: from ttree to tea :1'r.
rttn' BLUES I pIn lcn! : cheftk-up and treatments each ITOUP For example the

She returned somewhat hotel and rooming houses should! ./' F L fa
., ionj,ro\ed. Her friends here wish hate. a representative a?:
POLND I POUND You Trade at her steady improxemert and Chamber of Commerce meetings -
eventual good health. and give their views and'"
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19c : 39c ...i Mrs. Margaret Burchard anil comments Such is the case of The LIGHTHOUSE

"The Thrifty Store"In two children of La Bel:e have the others Without this type of
been visiting for sometime a. organization it is impossible to
u. S. HIGHWAY NO 1 AT THE ST. LUCIE
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formulate plans for the betterment -
the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence
|'Roeh Small ANN PAGE o Feinauer of the types of businesses.Too RIVER

INRICHFD Mrs.Lena Felgel of Miami.why'! many .f us are prone to
(tS l3cMA
bud has been visiting at the homeof we the work that can be don-
these days, balancing a
by the Chamber of Commerce
her parents the past week returned -
. 7.Ot. Box I LB. LOAF I get is no easy task-but we do believe to her Miami nor:e St n. through the efforts of every individual EdelbrewBEER
I that Anthony's customers have day. Her mother Mrs.J. D Pe *y There 1.sork to be
ML 13c llC much advantage in our thrifty bargains accompanied her for a wek'< done that will mean dollars and
_ visit with her and other relatIves cents to us in the field of advertising -
SNANS -- -- -- in MiamI.Mr. housing parks. streets
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0 SLICEDPINEAPPLE
IONA and Mrs. Charles Evan; farming schools. sports These
a SOAP S 0 A P 0 I of Palm City and Mrs O'is Bar- things can bl'comeorth7 only
ton of Stuart were recent weekend through the cooperatlTedforts

UROE BARS NO. 2'' ', CAN29c guests of their father Arclil" of every citizen One man. tea
BEST MEATS AND PRODUCE Lamb of Okeechobee men nor a hundred men can do
23cYELLOW Mrs.Norman Blake and daughter it It tikes the will and finance
FROSTED FOODSANTHONY'S
BIRDSEYE
, Ann, were Thursday din of eteryoneThe By The Case $5.50No
:.S \0 t WHITE- ner guests at the home of Mr chamber has set up a program -
j and Mrs. John Leighton and ( of werk.. :New blood has
IOIATOES : ONIONS small son John Jr. taken an inttl'5tn\ the Importance -
. Word has been received fror of the chamber Thing<< Deposits-No Returns
10 POUNDS 3 POUNDS MEMBER Mrs Ida M. Pinney of Arlington are going to be done that were
' : N. J.. that since her return \t<. words" last rear and the year
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35c lIe Grocery the north she Is in much better ----- -- -----

Economy health. She reports almost as

FIRM RIPE-- DELICIOUS warm weather there as herewhen

: 3 HUTOESLB] : APPLES HOME. OWNED, FRIENDLY DELIVER! : OPERATED Icleihoneltt not experience she 1 left but the that dts she.mkir does>
} -01 S. .\krun \\'t' II t:
. t CARTON 2 POUNDS I summer she suffered heat. here during th Open for Business Today!

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THURSDAY SEPT. 26
< GOLDEN BANTAM ,

- I RN 4 35c YOU CAN DEPEND ON I


. EARS Stuart's Newest Grocery and Market
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lERY lOc Advertised
And you will find more Nationally First
LARGE STALK .uU u
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. '- Quality Food Stuff at Cromers than anywhere else \\1

roRNIA in Martin County. We stand behind the brand that LOCATED AT S. AKRON AND 2ND ST. ) IIJ.J r
ANGES 13c
POUND are proudly recognized for worth throughout the i;I'
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This Market owned and Joe i
nation I M operated, Bro k> and family W.

Top) NOTCH t TOP NOTCH 20% Ii extend to all a cordial invitation to t I
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l MASH I FEED : THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE il ilCROMER'S "STOP IN AND SAY HELLO" \

2S LB. BAGS 100 LBS. !I I
Meat is very scarce and our stock is limited but we hope to increase -

1.33 I t $4 i! our supply to meet your demand !i. the near future.

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MARKET (,I Any. remarks or sutcestion will be appreciated a* this is your t I 'V I,

( &P FOOD STORES THE IF TO pATE TORE I market and it U our desire to pleas. you

VE DELUEK gllpxE 5/ Ii
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PACIFIC
OPU.\Tm BY TelL OatAT ATLANTIC a y
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'151.55551 "'flct.'e". S. t.'r fo"O"tS : : ; I .
and the overnight ADVERTISEMENT
I( '\:1': .uld! ),11 1'' il I' '' d1).1l'k City was guest '" k.. 5\ ,,55'i..cs h.,1 .",,,1 ...1 "I I \, LEGAL

.. ... ..... .5 (hits. liich lie laliil l I. the of Mrs. Edward Swanii of Castle ..:"l ('".", 1101. H SI., "r s.j.I.sls.r. r' ,?;, .' 'lbs m-5 Sb" N.rSl, 'hll;'-;:; IN TMC COUNT V JUPCE'S COURT OF '!i "

i..J 1 I I': :,',.:/ .' Ms's. N'ti.S.; t,1I:1.. '. A ked why Hill BewaIls Point 1540. .t II. rOlllKROY' '"',"...""."':.h:") Viw'lM', "".I, ." ';: .'; II I MARTIN COUNTY, SlATE OF FLOR. 'I INoVlCR : :
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l rlf i I. \ .,.- "5' : . N : ,4 whole -C I"..n'I'I I""rld.I' I ., rM'OI. ';M<>llNJ"'jJiPl"1.' I I II TO MAKE i iArVuiCATION M "
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1 .1. .. < i .u, I i md: heel Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Stlin- ,.5,55 I'"SlS" .a'.1'' I..01. I. No'h.jy' I :: FINAL IXOr..FLf.tl" l's;
I CR33HEOl 1J SERVICES: OFFERtDpipiIIpIItIiIIIitIlIIIilIIIIlIIIIItIItII1IltlI melt and daughter Florence '1. I>.r. : ;;::'.I: : '; ::I \ I ..: 'r :: PIHCHAROb I IIS .
r. j- I 11: \1! : F r" I. I I. i ,'dthat C. O. OPiNIsONsi' I ..; Mill IHh. UTATh; Oh I

t ,0 '!. sIt i ,, i I' .1 .j.' other were weekend guests of Master 1'10."'"',.. .'In, I.5. L.Frl.H;:, : ; : I 1"r:! ,5,5"555I.' 1.11\I I. Ii \M".."' 11111'hs NOTICE 01AIPI"
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\ ,.. 8gt and Mrs Joe Stoner of I : n I S
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'i.; i .' M' I 1,155 LEGAL .AoYt.RiISiM Illi"o '" ',,,, rn.'r Admlnl.lr.lrlxI ,. .
I Its.'uiul 115'< Boidon: comI C --- --- I ,., I'' ''. 1'1"' I II :. 'I' ;h'I: .1.: ..1 I I.sit lUn...',; bra., tof .
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\ suIIIuIIlpIIIIIuIuuIuiiInhIlI'IIlII'ItuItIiAPARTMENTS, ': I Mr. and Mrs. Is!. R. Cartu right I NOTICE j AOVERTISESIEIIIT j! IS 51551 1 a, plIStt I b"> fIled mp III, .
--is, .- .' 'l pad.. I "v !ip-idinu up tll: urh dlverslt V) WHOM\ IT MAC I'ONI'fllS I I ,,a'tIS; loS,: i.:, :'I ":::I I'-hnriii nd that I III I 8AII

FOR RENTIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIllllllllllllllllllill:< o .' ,," ,, .'p : S : ; t'K teed and moved Tuesday from Hnlpatl-: MOTH. I. .hi-icliy, .1"." 'ihm, 'ih,.' I'll THE fOl'RT Of TUB COUNTY ..I sI'I'" ,.1 II I" 1511 "no .blr Arthur l'ounl.1 H I Ili 1 l>,.lil." ."
llam.1, "f I l.mnl i" C i.mml.i.l.S >nira "C MnrUn MARTIN ,",..1'.1, J.I..' ", M..I. will, HII ,.,
,, ,, 1111111I11111111111111I111111111111I1"111111111 K b-ii.irli The romS ekes Park to the Sunrise ApartnientN I 1 Coiinl") HIM Ma. nl 5'' mlillnii I'.. h,. I JIIK.B MOKIUA C\"r. aAa (, .": '.5.., I". I p 5 .I "' '. ISIS. lot"t i
on Camden avenue. h. Id In I Ih.' Count,, I'"u I M..u..' In Klu. OF S SI ,0.., 11, ""',,, .1 .f ,ih.. ..urn..nd fur.linlnl. I"I.., IJ..
NOTICES11111111111U1111H111111111111111101111K0110l4 I I\ 'A as oia.tni7id\ in 1857 hI't 'I'I. rlnrliln, "" Ihi I llh lu> of U..."....,. ;I 1 IN 1'11 .u"'I tl I l. :, : : i ii n",1, S "' ,,,5,, ". \. .iratilk of Ike. I f", tI.
t ('lIan. 'and ixpaiuUd I Mnough( e I mil. ut t I :no ..'.I.' ,, I k I I' M **lll ,...".h.,', I' rJ : 'SI 5I' 1.0 I 'I'SIlt It"",.", llru.n Wr..*r.U .11., h.", .
Mrs Carroll Dimscombe H "IlbIi>' P h I.'", I"' ,5'5'I'. .101.,. Ih.. .,..,...1111""r ': ''I ''I IS 5 I :I" :i .j' s.c <.t "S I SI
110... ." 0 if years to I booon the second spent ,'r..silse Ihi. h..ro'r,, '.....r'.II..oIP''I' i "ISIS II psotleC;Tg'ITO.. : ;1'11 s, :, II .,,, :I, n.lur. A. l 0.. ISle.Itt'III T. .

l' -- ..::..... 1 ", '"..' 1 1.l'itl.'st. milk i'OIl1I>:ll1r In the several days last week In Fort Ih. ',1'1'''''' ''It''' ""r., .l.'ll"n.loh.I"' hIS $,,11.111I" .100' .01.11"s.d 0",, I ";,:, :,,;,":'. ,:' :', .. ;:': cl; II : '.1.:,:,;::,: ,\. \.1..""" "I ss.iIh.. ..CISOPIa' S MAM Lul.ll .. I IISuOISs All,,," ,

t f., : _. 8 When the milk business Lauderdale visiting her son and nr 5. ,. .",,,,,11..11 ." 1.5l" ."d ,v.1,1st, OhI. r. I .I hI;, '' I IT'IISPIOCTKM 1555511, 01 ,."" .. "1\.
1.n daughter-in-law\ Mr. and Mrs, ,"... "r ..I,i "I'l'"S, I"s.I,.1. 515501S01', .. i : 0)5 :; .t ; :; jU.'ij: : '1'.1 11"11'1.11I" ; ES I

,. : 5 E" :m: 'f } , .,. I came less prClfltabltfol' varl- I I" ....". .l,..r.. ..lIh .,",,10".11) .,oh",01 I I'" ) .I.n kn".n 1'.T.lf: S ', ''' ., ,,, ,,.., >. I Al:

".. .,". i is reasons lie -aid the com- John Dunscombe ....i.I; Iliuird, l hi..I:hul, \.IT. 'iIlI.I KpulHlA.I. Cl ",.I'; ,I .,.....11 lulr "r ,Hd. "''' 1.1" I.! 55'.5 I. S ,. A I'. 15141. "" "
m w of the- ,,I 5",:. of Flu, .Id* for .
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Jm U .. 1 j.111)' In 1928 beean 5 to diversify SI,.. "m, mil AID ,l-url 0 In Intel..o.l inIII ,. lo :Ih.:,.I I itl hi.,> offl.i Jii'llHoilln '.I.h:; .. I.'IS'S, i iM ,III l::::;': -- LEGAL ADVtKTIhEMENTiJTrMC I, Lt" .
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H ..l T11" ::7'ATL. I' : s. operationChPcr, and dried Mr and Mrs Max Auerbach sill, .. t n ha.... lfllill'.S,11 I unity.... .be. I >ls., ,.?, 11., ,r'Ida. within, ,.r.h "i il ,1 ",I'" '01"" "
I 1 hi.ril HI i ho tin' .. i'S'I' ,.10"'"' nlnit, m.'n.II dllr of ,,,.1. ;COUNTY JLDCE- COLRT ; 1. .
_. :'I." ,M.Il :.,'.. i uk were made! Feed costs were and her brother. irving Kanarek ","l.I. huh. f...r .n.1 sll",1".' ,.,'h .pm,. II*.nl"nth.I I. i ("f.m hIt.1,15115'.,. Kuih lo., I II I", ,"," "''s, MARTIN COUNTY SlAtE (IF :I 'h.' .., .' I IMo"
went to West Palm Beach ..1. mid, nn oHiir ,plum.I ..r modirim .. SI
yesterday I" Is IlsIsil' .bf ,In mlnii.f .5,5 's' '" IDA ,
'I 01[ feed I diinin.l I
duced bupeiation ,, ,. h IN, .d. TO .'
IS 'h.r. K.I hcariiiu ate OF INTSNTION
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.' TlC ( 01 RT \ PIlE: \But'Y npanles addedl< his parents ,.1".. ..,, ,i'i''S',,..isul, I. H.l.lli.1 I or .null,, 1111'l's I 'rt", "':..1", '";:: I"" ,:... :d.n; :,::"' ;:,:. ,:',,' I', .. ,II I.I I.
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RAIL OFFICIAL 1 Oerald Thomas son of Mr. and ...d "..,, l 10 : '' '; :: ":,I.> .''tISS'l'I'S"I"' I .Is ,."...dl I'',h.. "
\R1 I ""M 1 I" % "'inpam' adopted: 'he French: "1.11".' .1 1"'"'' ..h. fh. ",'rlh !I' 'I I.I. P \ WHOM 1 I II I' MAt S "

"" \ \ I 1\1\ I ', branchid Mrs p. O Thomas of Riverside Mm. of Ii HI\ I 1.ol, 2 In 5....,.Hon in. To.hip ...'.. IHh.NK: (SI'S 1'1:' ,,: I.1.1 l I. h.. nl. I"us', ...l'uN.tH I .. .1,I"I'
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(" """ ,I.tOl, ',1 r u'i : tuinUhrc1 neecied; capital to Drive St Lucle: Estates left -"S II ''h.. ,",,.,. 5,15005'S. .iii.,. .ho. ..r K'I : : .rh"I." h.. h.tnl..n' e ''i r. ,S. ,' I'S''".:: 55 t'.I".-.",. "f Mi.I." > A 1.I..u. ds..tOd.I,5 ( I., I
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Tuesday to attend the branchcoliee .h.' I I I 5, fi." I 5 > So.r Kin.I'
W. T PAGET ';, .. : .. :.t added \piind the bu of the Florida VntveriMis I 5 2 .5', IS ", it In I 'I'' "' I.. i I
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l ; -' N. ,, I :::.. : ,' Stuart '! demand The: : 5.' '5Iy Ar h I I., J Jl'
TELEPr' )si v t.,., I. ''I :. "r It. 55,.", 114 In T..**. I LEGAL AUVEkTISEWEXrIN .1.I ,. "I PIm'la.* un .
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fr .' '' : -1.111''h.: .' .aturaM ,'l1panit'o rt'. cl1t'd 450 mu.opt uty'C .51. itt .1.",,sS'10. 5'S. II KM. I,,.'". I ,'"15 I"," 1"1., ,,I',, ..... ,,,.. I". tl, I
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': ; 'I: 1 i\ : dei'.t' been dolan: in 1945 he added. it th. ....1 .....". I IS... ..f .ild Inrilmiit COURT or cowry woo* M "I', ,",5,, 5S ,'. ,,10 b., ".",", ,.f.1 'I.r 10.. t.1 ,ol.'f .10.. ,

LOW SUMMER RATESThrs. .5 I .i .., .. Fu\: : \ i : '.' the winter :Mr Flench i'I'1t'd bileflj'it Wlllaford Ransom Leach .II" .I ''h...."... ". '' ,1.1...! r,.1'.....d"" .Ih.of ..... KOTICE TIN COUNtV.OF .INTENTION BfAlk OF TO M ..1",,, 0 Inl."',. "",s ,". I Ilh. I"I'.: -
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I : i C-.II'I: : .,. : ::.st! It will .' shark II1du.tl'y i 'n tlie Flor- left today for Clew Is ton, to speak ii.... lb. "O''h II... "'f (I.., 1.,1 I ...tS ,, "APPLICATION FOR FINAL .. I"'') ,lt''f'"I''S'' 1 'I A. I'. ,.'.

Apartmenh .0 r,. ... .1 Iit tl 15,15)2': itS own Ii: fast coast I Horn 1935 when at t the Oarden club on cclesist- 12, .'l"is 1,:." .Ill I..T..hll.''h.. .1,15,1',, .St.hs$,,..lth.' .Id Na'S II.,...' I"SI: r rATS DISCHARGEIN : Or I I :"" M AHII'11',: ria" i Ilt. .- "

IS Room 'I: .' .. .:: Bit \ "ur beaches: I IIA lather R :M Ficnch srleslden' .. teal arrangements The president S 1111": ''"'' I.' .h. .. .5'., .tlh'l'. .h",. U 11.1., 111.1.5:55; Kllfllll .,. i ,. ,h., ,, ,. ,' "..1" 5r'l', I Maey A. ..
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With or Without, Baths I .'. "t : ..1':1.1n.ar.i : : so bean operations at Mrs T. V Cook will entertain "5", 5. .'II' .",,tin, thi' "I.I .h", .r 51. oL.I WHOM 'IT I use'IIISN : I I I' 11 .I"EII .. } I.'
,. h, 1,1.1! 1-1 I*.'i.sh' I S.... ,\5 ,, ,,
luncheon at the Clewis- tl,5I5555ShS', ','Ill I lbs ," \ ,
at : A""tI I. l'i'l ,
.,", : .-1 ,::.i iv summer 'ulloo An ever channlni. pici"e :- ,'h.,1. S "f 11,1' 55., 1,1,. In"'I S I Ptlb. ,II I.? .5 I .",." fit:, I r.pit, M> .\\ilmlnl.trair <.., ." 'S'S I. I'.. II". n,,

Cool and Comfortable .5 -j-, : !';., : it is mi1 > led fit,"m ropc and nets to ton Inn preceding the meeting! .s.... ..un \Wi.t.rl r..II".I" .Phs'l't5'SS.f'h ,.: 'il.' : t ;h't,: of H.:., hlli: 'i,: HII.I: : ,; I IfluI ,. --- :1M.!:"" "
Mrs Leach. From ,'lust...'11.5,1', "1 Inl whl.h ,laI. .1 .. ,,. I h... n,:5' Ps un: nI a.CA& \RttME'
On the River .". .:.. v' .1 i .:I.' \piored re- natnit f fnl' -napuinw! the sea complimenting: ,ulh "r 'h,' ."ulh.. ..' III' of $....II'. I f. r I .d I tIl.h., ... mid S ht I 5. III ." 1- ; : |! .In 1:
I Clewlston Mis Leach will go to ,,, ..rIPS l I.. .tk. ,ISo, IPsflrlShIi'' Art Is tI"IS, ', r. 1,7', .N 'I'Ir ; .
I I ..' )I1 i: b ...1.1.: up thU nlmai- siu.ill! boat. wlthhandf : "1 .5 lIt "" "'" 'O ., 1 I I II: I I I I I 11,1's ,. ,

VICTORY HOTEL .:.:..' : ;,1(1(' !:, ..5dcied !> rttuinu* have increased 'Atlanta Oa and Columbus, 0.. ..10..","".h..1". ,,.''s'" 1'5.1.515"r .....",.11.I"SSO. 1'.1"lb. ..n.h los,. ::,"':'h.: .isthtMiI.Ir.l I Isle;l if' 0,:: i t'I.5.:.,::,'. I I"l'I'I;:":" 'i'' 555 1.5 11 5 h Is III.HHIUIVKS.: .11.5I ,I ha'. .

I to visit her daughters then to .h .. I I",,,. "f .o'Il "1.Io' ,I.. 110., I5'S''S'' 'I ',fth't ,", '.' ,.,'I .5", I t. 'I I,., .I .5 ,I. th* IMOtMulll\ ul I ..r ,
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li.uk linlu.r' (Iffklal Spaks Ize feet with ,mediantll. 'i' : : : : : : : ... I''
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Phone 9155 tf i J.1 to I 5tIi', h .h.., .. "r .,,,101, $s'.slI'. 1'"lnl I I l SI" I,. A'I, ; ,, ;5s5i..fShs, I's.,,. ., ''SI'I I 11.,11.I' ,.Iul., ..MLL3AI. .,
I P. !FI' :: u: S. pieMdent .- .\' pulled chainincreasing Detroit to attend the National : Ih;'"", ,"", ""rlh."ly. .1."" ''h.. H.. I'll. ss 85.51.11l, II.I ', .", ''.,'h, 10. ., ", ( "I'l .
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Council of State Garden 1 .h I h s "I 015.1 1".II.n HI" P'uIh I'
... :Si.;: ., kl-l: : Ii:(' of the ii-fold In cot teed and fer. meeting ,'I., ,.1 I.S, .'si', ,I,,. .,.' "I I" .I""t".. 11".:.Illt'C''K1.1'':. S ,.' I .," "., ,, .. ..f 'h,. ,.1151'. .h,.'N, .

DM: I ::1:;, > iI.! i.:.' <.rtainedi ::ser pro'eSIII11I1 plant- have clubs at the Hotel Statlcr on "''.5.105,. I oh' .Its ..r II"I'llIt5li ",1,," \, '" "", :.. 1". ""I". 'o
IIIMIHIIHIIIIIIIIII'lilllllllliillllllllllllFOR( I '. n.5' ','',mrt. I-1.. ,rlliiuAitn -- ---- --- NOTICI-
'I i, :' .' ;' .r iI-: .> i 1.. i-'s: with eon set up as a means of saving Oct. 1-Z; in.. iiusn' uiMMivinsrIII ; '' .
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SALEIIIIII111IIHIIIIHIUIII111II.uIieulIuuIIIIIIII :: .. ..I11, hooks the I f e -" 114 S UN Kltsn' I OHHIA I -- -- .
:\.S.i ; ne con: of riUpotiiiiK of huge IS A..sVdte .
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I -t . :I.. the' oea arcasseswhich formerly had Edwin A. Mennlnger left last --- HOYC IICYON, 55 ISIS, N : ,,55, ,: II iSIS : }I:A:5'l'' I' .'15I s.f III.I : : :
I II uGALADiRm ..5. 1,5111, I u, _. l"I'S. 0'' 51,5 '. : ,' I ,, 'I rloelda .
I"I I i j be hauled out to deep watei'I Thursday for St Petersburg to -- -- --- Btitr nl .Aaca did. pl. t Joint, Krt ,- 55 I .l'Id" .,1 I. UsIs, lul, E .51100 of Ni- the r" "
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and 1 pharmacuet- I visit hill son-in-law and (ltlughI 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE p.polrl 1" .
""r dumping Cm n""u"o'" Iht Itilt ol. r:orlda. .n I .lie (or the KcVunlirng of & ,
CHURCH i-al products 'uf great value have I ten Mr. and Mrs. J. C McCrock- NINTH" JUDICIAL' CIRClIf' IN AND: II:. Mmt W SrIit ted to by .ei'Ss.sl'N' II aid I U .1 Atl'1' ol tn* ".. .. .,. "
iiimiiiiiiiiitittiiimiiiiiiiiiitiiMiMiimLATJC FOR MARTIN COtMY" sTAlE OF f:i rim, of ill tnt mn:5r.sl,5'., ,luti, 'I of the !1'10'' FI.r, : ii Adopted ..." '. .. ,
:esulud from full-time chem- lln Jr... on Friday. accompanied FLORIDA' is rsl'S 100"1 IbM II.. ,'o'u en ted, a ln nt's"SS ; E.._' llsa'.rn.by. '. bu"rn c t
New Selection NO .ISIS .15.15,5 R..nlu"on. rrtdRi up"" II. to All rd fiction II and 12 Coun 1..
CHANCERY
DIRECTORY iti who ate working constantly by Mrs McCrocklin they met IN OF '.'p551111 ,.r. S ,I' tsp 5i'l'rson A",.r \1 c.5 I tnt Lonluton of'
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
Otto e of and to ProUde that,
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research the Mrs who has been .1 tby 1'0" .
tn t'lipermwnt.\1 at Mennlnger PUBLICATION. ,. ..d lIrWO *1111 Old J" nl In t 's'S v of. ';'wro.ilh. ttat 01Piotsl. MOUer 3d .
NAME.ONCHRISTMAS t.ew productmn plant at Si- visiting her sister and his fatherIn \UM 1:1'1II. .VMiHIMlN: mil. I 1 1tioiinriiv >.,.I itioni, b* iiibmllted,. I lo elect onof 'la. II,c Coin 55's Tax A>.eoor hall AJOINAnwtsds' .
toast! 114PTl5T n AMUunitsALII > ,ttr Bute M IM General I dec,ion, in A..c. the Proper of' the County fur ".
ills' Ak..., A."n" l I'rno. Atlanta and proceeded to 10... ,r.. "", tho pOrV'e nl L. \ nj Slits. County.acfls """ 't .,
CARDS 1.1.. :1111 '1'\11:1.: i rait or i I'Iotlt5.,, ;OW'THFRIFORE. I. R. A. OBATfr a, I 511 I II.p",,' 'n ht COOnl1 Add, g 1po'
.,,,,d., Carrol Ire.and: jjUnt chimlstt their summer home in Cashiers ,S "'niary time of the stale ol Floldl. 0' 11,11.5,5, .'Ilt r'pl is. CIly of Plant ; j. ,
I II, .o'I>'e nolle mat C"Y.10' 0... h oh ShaIl 1 bt Exempt ,
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.. t itroduc t the1l'c' presidentend N. C. I-. C AMkllON. I Hi tIS .
delivery '1 .h"" ELFCT1ONwill '515:5 the 1 ,10"I .1 Ihl Am.nd""I. '. ,
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To Be ,
Order Now sure IIo.r. .. .." .
,, Tdxri I ( led tOt 55.1 l>, Co,,mltC 01 tOo HfOIsSlrQ
I aided! in a:isw ( i : i III| tiic' tlons.iom he held In rich Isbn :in FloSS
In Time for Christmas I \\ ,-h' I Tilt: NAME: IIIHIATh: ; 1.'I.IIH"'A AH 'I',,eidIrnlAIo.'..51150: Hie 'lirl I in,y h \11.1 1 Biird, School Ontricii, : '0'." ,
\ 'h..h ". thi audirnccWIXS I Chaillne, Keith daughter 01 "' Til Tin; IIHKNUANTKAl : ; Konl.v In : D. Itll the SM-CI.I' TiSchool D Tien and th* S
,. d.I.. ..II K: c'AliumllSIr.. Ai's"so.' KUrn. 'lIS, Tur.day Jm.mb.' .A M ',1'S'uO'' ol the C 1InI7 [>cept ". f...
i Mr and Mis George Keith. Uleaving .'kill S N.i> V '"ikMAIirllA FIFTH DAY or PlsO'KSIIIEJI C ;IV of P ant Cltv, '. Fy'sla: ;, "E cc I"" I11'RfIS -
THE STUART NEWS ,'.., LtllT1. % n.Ml; MKrlllIN I-UCHK mi,,01 l lI for ih. rallllcillonliH or '.J.r"on or (P.s DE IT SOLVED BV THE tFG1"!..A.TIME '
Douglas
'.' ... .1-.1I .. I Saturday for 1.5:11 I : .II. Htlll I Ml P (MM. h. r hii.l.ni.l, '. lolnt R.Olulon.: p''po.I". Am,1. OF TiE SlATE OF FLORIDA This r 'IIii's'
\ tf II> PIZEP: nCIII % tibDi : Oa. to attend the South Georgia .,lim...M, ','th C Is...l I 'iRs n II' I 1.I 1r I l's un I 1.1..1., Ni.. ..k. el tlorida Vi AIslS \ III of Iht Con>titution, ol thr of F 't,d' ..
iiiniiiiiiiiiinm.'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiII ." i College JfMlf: : I : st'ul'IpSi.ll i.ml S Kite ol h ::0' ,la rr'al, \ 19 Ui* Aueiinirrt lon.' .< =
,.., WIIIIAM\1.:1"1. h.r hti., 1 .nd I C, I ectlon I fills.I .. tn lose .d I' 0
,II, .. MlWC -.I : n Hartman. Minor, at Haint C-- him, ,!I Ill 'hII.11,15.5; ,ii ;It,.MI;! :l.i >.'y < l lI ;ISV.N' <: : I 'EN.\T JON ,' NO. tOt Co.,nl". nl H.. 'b-TO' '.h. State ol Florida' b I b. ,.
h. ..e" C'icOI': Pre'pmir.story school. of f.I Pnv".tg anA l by Re N .,. H, r.na Sec',ion II *. adopted 5111,055Jy.,5n
Mr and Mrs. K R Wllltts .1 Ps'5. .
., I '' ".dn."t, In tI'. th* Oerrr' s' 5."pt.s, ., 151 450 lon at ,
'." ,.. .... .5'- b't : ,lectcd, as lirst string Jacksonville were weekend guests l"I.lllPENt; C; ('AM1ItSN ( : ht.SSS5' .,",1MA' 50.5. ol IIOld., t" be"kna II.n a< Arti'e 5 ake It rn 1"0.' i: of A'I.11. ,., -
1111.1' l'IWlT'r. h. XX ( ltd 2. 'Ihen-jl. Hill'.n| of the Co It't tnt .. fo' ,
.u i.aid on the pup! grid squadS I of his brother-in-law and sister 10 I. :IS'S. .I I i" N, "'",'k.N to the .lon.C.n."ld.rn, Auollihlns or Cicatln ,0.. .n ""y An"nu'nl' SesSIon Fo 011 5ETI' "", 5 'IHrpreno ,
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: : '. mulon. i11ch1.: ,. pia\ \i-rn Beach )Ir. and Mrs Frank E Class. Ji, I JOHN Y. lAMeRIIN: HIT lOot t tSln.t H'h ind Coun'y Colin: sos::?n ,.' ,,,ISe5P.Seimel :' $Tale of h n. a. ".Cur..I"lon," at fiOen.. Pi' .
:,. ., .. ,. : !Jigh school at: Vei') Friday night enroute to Gainesville where Mr Ir', kh.n.iO,'ssI. V"rkI lass. by Count. Tel OralS, eral E:.,' on in N >\'ember. ol SPIt Mll .Iu..n .. ..
ills IIILIIH OF GODS I I I.. llh:.II .5515 A",n, i. K. Ils'k. County. Florida, mil Prmldinf los Rc(. to make It read Section II of Article ,
'. ...11 "he former Stuart Tiller played Wlllets will enter the University l 1,55 in N,.: Vrk rrrldum tlectioni tot Xeontatirt or K*. Vlll ol the l'o\.I"n tf th. S'.t"* oli ... 1 ,
I" ''J' S M .Ih.on.. Put., VMl' All.' I I\HMIW V HUH* III..: lorllon of liny Law or lISt'i Enactrd by Forsla. ni IS. C"y, of PI.nl I
I SMSi. n the local :'earn tot three years l IOf Florida. to finish Ills course. \ IKI : (IIIANTEPSIO ,S'.sIl.NEIOI: I: tho lirISililUet 1 ol Iht fclatt ol F ,irirta Sly 11.115 O d Am.ndm.nt, ". asid 1101 .tu"o. f ..

1 .' '- : : ,.k i tore some u Saint Leo Mr. and Mrs Ralph Churchill I:: :: .. CMHilTnW i 'fill't-Tttt.; fill .. ProMdtd 5 M ..11 Proposed Anitnd- .,,'e Ii hi .v WIsed I asnStha II b of ol..r
I 5,55. ,"el ll, E th .
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1"1'' I > 'I I SI'S'" 1 ." Bob Diamonc'! ''f Hobe Sound. who have been the guests of Mr. (I l'I'H'Mir;. ((lit'I. \\STr'. lO Al.It' 'f 11"1'la t TE IT.RI hLURIDA' 'e G. 1'i 5,555,0,1 to be bed on 1.
SATE 01
,. si 10-tl'HS CATHOLIC 'ornate of! H.1l'tm..n. will ac- and Mrs Vernon VanNess, have C.V MMIHMHIIIN I I HillMi' T'HI ISIS f.I, ,, "I I.. h. tlsef 'lily, "I' olo thi firit Monday' 10.
'I..l.sudAa I IE;Ulf."I'IT I tIllS hEll; m -h\M' >. Co,",. "nofFIs,"'I.. to bt I .> ln.to's'S.. I,"46IIL1IHNI2 ACO'
'11 the '< to \1'1'0 BeachS returned to their home In Evans- I J '. I ; ":' s" P I I I'1' I"'wn .
\ I .5' 5015 1'0..... pain aIm: "OIH A'I. "), 01 5515551 I .n1 ',.nl. I From and after Janua ." !
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WIIIIAM II 15 l Or 'If;I. HIS 511115115" t h.ro .oI 101n., .b.h:, ,
: .I sg.std 1 llil the c n u sly T.x Atin.or ofin
ports ecVo. : o.: lie S.iint ton Ill I HAND, rl.llllf.M' H. I '..11' i \\ H I I 5111110 1 01 "In Co".ly. .llsc., :, i 1;.". i.M C ..:.s"S'i Hull stIes. .11 "Ol'AJSuI551: .

.., "j Chr'jin; ::1.., i 1,5 i: p .iblio.iit \M MAX IHII.I.II' l OHM I r 1.:11Ht..II'SI' : ..sist5'I'p'5p511111105lstIns0m'l.nurse : rr.rv, I..r .1! fo'*. tount. school Am"d., "
.. I AMHtllS; i I.... by C.*,inly tan officer, ,. .m ant 5t mil, pal to b* is* led In ofthsC
-u"do,. : of th" -ci, '. 8..i'1)5:1': u-l t M.... Ralph Zarnlts left I. HH. 'IIH; .I"IS" AKf: :Mil KMiWS 0.'".. County r :nrl..., and proirlna Till", ".eh Co.irty by th* Slat*. Ida R1515' _,
10 llh' liKAIi) (ll AlIVE AMIUl. for referendum' ectloni for lercptanceol Cojr.% R, loll Board School
|I':1 l en' 1 I'' .' .M It; I':HI day for Greensboro. N. Tuea.i I .. I'AKrifX \OTHhll TH\S 'Illr. rejection ol' any Ian or la. enacted I). t 11. I:..., Tax Sihocl Dinrlcl. and X

HAVE ALL SIZES . : n. .. visit her brothers and SIISIVIS; SA \.::1 I'.A'.". tIll Ohs.!b. lilt. .....'..'.,,1'. ol' Florida .. proldedtip Ms,1> ., 1 .ci cvript In thi City of Pl.nt TrlU"TI I
"bm""d 110. ,
10 qsatS'dp5.SIr : C illh till. w'mh City" ihall be exempt.
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.11111111111:. IIlInlllll II II IMIMIIIMI Illll I to, Burlington N. C.. to be the 1'1 H.I" } 01 Iht Is5' o.. Flold. I 0' ad..p.I (lom 15,51,51' n. Of tIlli ', 3 1" I
OF I. l..to .' I ', ; : I lENteN. I IlpMie.'I 0'
.H\I"'I- S 5 0' remn'Sun) .t I lItnel I ..n..1 t Tht Ls.gsI.e ahsl. at the"II' .
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'.jue:t of her parents Mr. and I'ITPIS. rHt-'Hrrrc Oi UTHrK: lion to bt held I In tin > t. ,.1., S S.", 'flln ISIS and fIlm m. tied
Social News of 1.1.51 I SI'I-II: ;' .\ KSimsIMhMlAMs ( nibm
to." 'SI 55'_"'0515''. 5,1151 lau the 5 :
10" .p..I 01 d.
:20.INCHTRUCK 'L SOMFR i.HWtLL 01' siavlcLs Mrs, Marvin Bishop. I \VISI. oil < |AIM yoIIuo.l 111551 ss'.d..yands.myynra.lIon Cia
M MAR1, S $1OAST ISC,' 'IOH\\h. V\V' UK,II I' II'I llh: 'UKISTIKhKI AT X of ISIS C"tit.ly T.x Aucnor deitgnat.d : .G ,
TIRES .' \I ., .., .. ". e -- ; 'IS itO; Hh.llhlSAIIhl! SECTION I I. 'll mi1Vrr. In Parairm,."i 1 of. 5,05,0, 11. ard I ..,, ,
'.' h...., Stuart Cont'dIIIIIIIIII11111IIIIIIsIlillItIlIlIIIIIItIIl Mr. and Mrs 1... is!. Johnsonof s ifKlKIHhll) I.KU..I' list and .ni|>ow red tn p.Old. bv: liv"' ',oi lIkes ..c ,piod* by la*. los the 5."", f '
.1',1, ,. Vill. Hllil i mi h..r..In 0' I.u'nass.d by I 11115i5.gu'IlS Ir.- .\ on on the A,0"ment Roll of the .. I .
Also oJ.6 155rPiscopAI ....'hII Eldorado Heights have hadas ,"llnd 5 lu HPI.HI' Ufnr,. .h'I',1' I.,."r.i in lon bud. '0 A D 1047, .t.14.ePItS.n ,, r-ountv T. Aiie'.or ol all taxei hissed 1.1'.1'
.. the weekend Umllti' ('5.1,510 ." .., ... nl S th I"'r Ihprtslttr, foe 110. rorpol hy IIs Stale. C.,",mt>'. Countv School :: n.'o ,
SEAT COVERS t ielr gueats over HMIK: ... dt ."mil.. Mmllt,' ,, l's..it",I It h'.111" in ,datlon, aboilFhini'cr" creating ol I any l!,..rl, Bthool OHtricli' Special Tax
FOR YOUR CAR aEILVICU Mrs T L Ha 1-n.II.11: : : "5 i. Ruei11 her brother and sister-in-law, .. ur .h.r' .''i. ,Ih.. il.l' IHV| .f U..I. .. C.snIo Provided Ofllrea In Ortnlt CouniFlor- School Di,tr.ttr and MInIssoaSSICI' lo- '.... .
\\.1 1III.d! S".... Ida there Ii 551cr Ill (ross ritel In he Count,* of oi'
120 51 Mut'. 11 .t t 8t'\1 all > P.'int: I i- )kavlnt, Mi and Mrs F. J. Bobbltt of \... II I". .s.o Itli,;. I', '",lOI'Sl'hfe.I.I.s'H 'Hill .f lomi.liiltit, .: IniiuhiAlulir llI,,':" ,' to., ....,.. ,.'tliir'Art'lcl' Judies. .ofrti 'IC nl F.sII., ,nh the HilUbornughtat exception of ..1..0.. ....," "
and .. .
RALPH ULMER MOTOR : lo pr ld> Inr Ihi '.sss,0asd ISIS C ty of Plant C,t* whim II
I. S I'" 1 : ":. M'.. k., 155I S 'onda\ for New York Cltto Mia nl and his brother Charles W. ."" .,"i,,1 I Dor.lhs' I A"I.,.". col'oUon' II m"n.lp., .".. soIl trim, illS provlioni ol herebypcit Uul : r r u ".
CO.1MULU1AIE II ,I. lfl.. 0''S' .h. 0,555'''' .I '11." I. 'es.ss.SI. 0' .",. by CsS An""d.,. it
'end the wedding\ of :MisIsa- Johnson of Miami who was en- Hie 10 .h.. .11".1"' .1 I,.., "II,,,'.1 S p1's.I'Sl5lt. '' I.,ffsn's'. In ..d Counly. Any las' .n, 'I\ I prop",.
I r su'JP.iSS I .' 'III Mill, ,' C.,""... t'I.. ., I sled re.pect,m the 1tCtOa5Ir SECTION It I. Sons IsO ."., J.n" I''' CI'..'
-- lie t Roiitrs. who resident route to Gainesville to enter the ( e.old.lo. .' .
was a I. 194ft the Co
-- 'I.. "',"'. s.p. 11.1, 1.01' NIl.,. S p S SI SI'I', 55 I I I" 5. IlI.'l., o ansi Cunll .nal ".. asS' ''I mty Tax Collector In I 01 the f'

.r several years at RHei'crest. University of Florida T.,,, .,,... 'u'5 t'a.', AIII"..,". ,S.s s'rsbi tI5 0".r dUI.1, .nd '". l 510' Csssstp of,"it rolailla IIIIIOSS010'sIS, I levied Slat* olrtoilli In'' n.nl.,. In"1m''F,' .
\I'' II' \ .,,, 0,0, ,. ol Iht Ih"n, .hal ,
Town Itl.r5. H. Ilo I- d.lln.t.d .
.. of 01" Ih* C 'intv by the Slate. .n.st.dl 5Iegli
I. '' County County
ALI SAINTS -- I 10 lit .. duliei 01In'
I Ih. >I.thtrti.f' .S Slid II I II I TJ
| I""oI.r School School D Uriel.. Spec .1 .1555'' ,
\ 5 p" ,, .. ,.11 b.* ,re.umed,eland' in Na'_.... Fred I* Spencer. Ji arrived M and Mis J. B Oliver who I I"1. iinil .,.",..It's In, I 1"0, II...k '.w..0. 1,0."ld.0, S.creale-t the a 1..*cclpal .."d.n .. Tax al\ol 1.oJ. :." and Municipality I I""d. .r'S '
.n'' "I': ''II.. 1.k 1.- \ ,' a. I.. ". ,PIu ". .hi'I .,,,,. 1..,. n" indto of I ,'" County,,' Flor da, except ''n on. ..- .
n /iittrsday from Chicago to'hl'' han been guests of hU brother- .nl"'ln miR taOffK 11.1.10'0" -.
1'iiblK, K.xrd. In 1 Plant City, It being <
.m."d.
.. exempt
I 5"5J J MEl HODaT CHUSCUK .00. IV'a.e" (155,5' 01 Oh bs el" ".
., .h".. 'I l G Aid...... PulorI I I.. father. F. L Spencer. at his ln-luw and sister. Mr. and Mrs .. win. DllrllHllolomiilHlnl ,, .I .HI,.1 I Illll ..5 nty III 1,1 05,5111 haIl pes' Id. Par tIssa 'lorn t IP ', ->ni of th;'I Amendment. .. "h.' ,.... 8. Tie, 10,51511 appradoption ,I'
will Ir Ink.t Si SSI r "! h'thl '" ..t. eollcnt ",. ssor15154,, 55.5 15,1dl 'r t th* Legli- InItot.n
\. .".,.1. ,. '. me on East Ba>'. Wil'.am' King of Detroit avenue. I ,5,,. "'.,'h .r 5'SS5': H"I Oi d.., )u., n'. 01 ,d I.. atd, 0' ."c". lat,\t S .' : :ol IMT .nd (Iron, tin-. tome .
4inll .no,Mil.li.h.il, in Ihi SOs, .. t ti S" m, ,,, t 10 .. ss.IoIIpII l'icrcaftcr. cnac S as.s.y..'InIng the tr.ry to ;t tibaJ '
I \\ .. e hay gone to Palm Beach to visit .pp.opll. .,, ,'I 0ls.l. 1,51" 'II11.1IlSraIdsonpi'nsa.onof txp. .
: : IIUURVOS : ni M'> r ,publUki-d I In u ,55.. M..I", .n 10,11. .d I I f fredered I'
I" II. ., Mr and Mrs OrII'ge Spicer ofomei. :'11'. and Mrs. Zed M> ers. ..oitii. ) .1.hlotldn, oiuc ,'S'I1'" .e'k r". '" 'a.nR! ,... I ors.r .1" CO.I i ty, Tax Col'ector, deitin.te-l

FIRST' 1-RESBVTEItlAM Mr and Mrs Oeorge ADVERTISEMENT --.-- '''IA',. ,n.4 I: : 0d.ss'd,,, (II'S? ii '.' P PShIs 11.,101". I 'U'I I..incident 1C.ps5s',thereto. 110., es.oIIdalis That if an) I,'n tOnI.rao.V"" pr s "I SI ol(or Sect th*'on.nlol"n.n. and, .on'l. E JOI" ,

In I ho Waman. ClubI LEGAL t.i :r. 0' "'..10. 01 soy llflly olllrei I. I.. .","t 'dy Orls"SSlIg. .n o. A JOINT I.m.ndm. N (
ands and Mr 0' PIll' .
; and Mrs I U. '
I.. E I' I.h l.pl'ml'r. lied Ui* County Ta. ; ,
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FERTILIZERSAND I 'J I: 'II \''I.I.* A t MtRIH.: PaatarBIHLE ,. Ce rlh.d 51 tIse .r."dln tllltI'r. Cul..4 A V"
.", .I.'r. I hompson of Hobe Sound NOTICE" TO APPEAR Clr.ul 1.1' I SI.'tIOS h..IO. .u.' .h.1 luIllIltofFAddIlSonli
.. .. .. mo- J. H. OMhHIIIn \ I b. on,. I red to Miami Monday to at- al te .f ,....1".'; J.. .. John.a.. disk (' ,": I 01M 115W.' sfl.lsd Iherrhv on thi fir.t Tur ... ll0,01th0 :
\ "h ... ;; ',: .1'' P5.1..... V.5.5. II, T. M'SN' H I', d 11.11. the Ir. ,! Mnndiy In .1 apssy HOt F JOINT RESOt.I'TIOV NO. JIT In .nd 10' F ")
INSECTICIDES ." '''''.') .. .. ." nd the Veterans Surplus sale s'. .,.. 10,''' 'I.' I"I Irs'1 5.n [,,10' >'..u. Mil HAH.: I.. MfTMANMlumty sO as, ysar IssIo,1I, alrlolusI the5C5I51 A J01.M KkaOJ.UT10N Fropoung CnIi'Ss', -
t ,.. ,_ I. i, -e- SS'5 ""fl'i' I In: m> "m." in' r.rl for I'lHlnllffHrM I ell'Isn old .5515..t 'I' laId Anrn'"r, I N 0 Al.l.1 of the CIII.SlIluSson BE SCSI
N ,,. in, hind 4-1.a '"'< I h ililuMantaneir ., ". .,th ;I's' : fd:::;; :.n, .ih,. Ilk .:.f No* i; 111. l. on. ii. 111. I r. mnLEOAL ., 5. rndnm, cIstl,ssS.tOI5s.I.s, furI'e'Ids.t 01 .h. Flotd. 11.1.1. ''RP I" THE ,:

G,", you t lio.n. i.. ... UNION (.ONCKECATIOfAL. O H Tilton and his father of I ...h. 1541 '" hr Illll .,1 lumiilultit" 5 Inllvore. -- srI II"of th* United, .IIISinaSivoled t A.../nl,.. 0' I''upeIy IETION T.O.m.nde
.. .'ov. .ood ...",,,,., """'. P.lm CIte .obe Sound left Sunday for S... ," S.,, ,' ....111,1 ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE _. t lsl.l1Slt I .nd.nv .n'h 5,115,55snftOssIolSI I. ppcllnt, the 'S 5S 5i'rs.o Cu's: 'n or Si'y'lorI Issen. bn AddsIst Co.I'UI. .
::1.I \ IIII"f, ( ,:. I 1''f' KAMD. Pailuin .I"hl ..,I S JlIIlS"i Jnhnion filed ---' SI l..p s'sI.,. 0. .IIS.sr ., hut In Addl: "al ,.t P1I5'Idt, b, ".
I ad .
'" .. '" ,, s,nTOt reiiton N J. called b\ the ill- ..." 11-.1. John.on In ills 5,5,55.II, l'O.oIIIcr, I. aus.pted lmn. Cins'da: '11. Cosflly C"'y. IsO If V AsisorihalIA 11" c' .rlon b ."

RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. S 11.''''. M, i ,ii .hip e"s of the senior Mr Tilton., 5"C 11I.,1', ,ii. ('0..11. Horldi.. k..I.1, ro w HUM' '' MAY I uN'EPII'.h. 'h.1 ra lied, at Ihi 'er.ndum' .I.tlsi a. 'I.slISe Po"'y' II II,. fSO tOO .ISO ,AI.I., I' ,"
I I", ,I, ,. I h. ,'s'r. .I.srt. ',, .. Mil IIK U h.rrI.1gl' ," S pr. .d.d h..I.0 ..m. bess.. lbyss.o; of LoslIrt State CO"'I C
Ih.1 EwambliSolicitor .
PkU.VTFtlCW'MJoII1Y' I :... li,.r.l uf luunl. l'.mlislI..5' M.. I S!"."< on h. 'lr.t, .n J.n"oy sad 11,,15111 5151 I Ta,,, LISlId 6b"hSI.I. : to, InS of i ..
0' 'Un Cuunl, hlorldH. _, 0 sls'tlml 5 I. I"" n':1: "..dag I.ch ...ndum .,..c.Uon. .. Cnunly. Couoly S.hool Board. o.hysir'0dIth.ell's'P0s, '.3V>
H. Iou"JHI' 4.1.1 In Ihi County Cu.1 I llofloildn ".. I",s $55'. .hnol Ds'Srosa, Tn Shool DII. '
lp.I.I
IIIMIMIIIHIIIIMIMIinilllUMMIMIIIIItlllLOil I: ieYI'54fl; ,... ,,sI' on .thi. .. ilny ..5(1,5ISIS' ,,01., SECTION. 065 east e lisV (., .nd Mun.lp.III., 01 Counl6.m ..
'. ,.. .y h..1. ut I ,no) ,rlu.k I II I. 01 ..II "s'u'I ISI ','' In Ihl ,.., .. .Uon 01 .d..rrh.d. -- I'r Rl'.Ot'IL''ED BY TIP!to LVGiLA.t5I5E fort rolll.loa, NIS; Wri .
& FOUND '" M..""." "....h'p.' I : NOTICE' \.111. hrnrlr I to .'',uld.', 'I"....'.," .h ::1 bl .1 .5,, 10'", ."t ,rflect It shall OF 11.001051 Tuetday aflpvember '
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiimtii. ., Ill". the h..n'r, ,, .10 oirll.il, b. .. and r.lilied by s mijonty That ,h. "I IrATI OJ 1468FCT10N "e
CHRISTIAN SCIENCJt SOCICTr OFCHURCHES No C 01 IS.. qualIlsad elector' ol Oranaereepttd fsslonlg Ar.ndl.a t. A. 4of .
I '.ruiwrly Inlo, H nonlnv II.151,1 I mid, I f. rho .555. 01 tht, .
Cu'.ssiI'Ib.' ,... ,, VII Cn""lon" 01 110. ., :
..101",1" IllrIri'IIdSmi'Il,5I Record In
REWARDFor J h iiirpui. of I the ndipllonof 55.5., ., .
Sut stusussIi' I ..,lull..n to S unil i.-trl.t th. b. 5.11,1, and .Lf 1 I., tIle plIlpuatol 5,,.IS0 .nd (','IIi'sSson 01 ill I.S.O. A.In and th. Com f'
h' 'h .rh ,",vl_ : t :: : I' dSi'I'nl5nflgsuhpIhr.st, ,5 1110blaror ."." .h hereafte "
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m'or l os"p.' for p.rlHin l"S5'I"ISI. .nd l'OUI'V' 01 15555 .1 .101131' by .n.1 ,
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Return of Lost 0. by iia" 01 oesTeI.ynion
Dog --- In '',.' ,Hh Huth<>til> uri.nu.1 i ,.' |iw aiahfitd, rlr.d Mid'Jo'.d County8i"h 'lot ,_" dIUn.l I wrlloni, to b .1. .or', c
Boston Bull .10 lloiird h> ChHpl.r il 5.1.1 t.p.l l I referendum, e'1,0; :: ih.ll bp he'di I lno,n .s_,10. and 8.r'.on II. b lun''" of "SCR.o.rdlsta1d _I ,.
OF CHRIST.' XIENTUT .\ of ,10.' LivlnlHtur.' of I1 1..,rl.ln fir .IUun, lIsiiS5, dalI I". nnd tho ..i.tie hereby astred to '1310
Black and White 'I' ,. Any l'555'I> I IlSIt'l'' .I S.,1, do,. 01 lny.us I. law/e.. Tn. .1.rl"e' I h.1 be >,tbir tied to the flertora: ol. Contl O
I 1'1 1 \ M. 'S h. "i "', ..1 'h. Lee. 'Stltfl ,: : U: CuImly S'.tl' 01 Honda for ratfieatlm, 01 0' 110. "
This dog wu lost about "a .' .-. '"' .". h "ill, I 'IH r.ad I in : State and County hitISlis''l4v,. 1,11 onuilimlty pliiit Hlm\c Ii m. n- Oh ,Co"mh"o.e.. :.n. inch haIl reterendum prS5Ide.1.'Ol,. rejection at II,e gssy'lls5o, 1 ,San lo b i : 1 ltdl'aIlaF :
r. _. ..,. ., Mo ..Id on tie 1Ied avalhiet Is.
month ago near Stuart I la., 'b. Kr. .h tluti..l, .,,01 ,.1".1 .",'10 l'5"sal. t.n lId ISnSIri' Ih."o' thill be PISIII.SIed! f.t tOO loa5 N :t.
''I... ,"I "I -.1 "."'. -"II"I ,her JI 5 sd sny ..15,5 l.1.". .n ,.slsfs .. by.aId Board tlSslrls.h..aa1,1,1.5 Monday m Nnemhcr. 1 41. .loUu.s I", tem ., '
at that time wearing harness ''h. C. .,,01. r, I I" (.,..1. i. m> I I'SISi ''h'.. "r. Huh, h..r", .1 I... ..n", I.. .1 lo"r '", ."e Heck. Inimrdiately, IECrloN I. Ill F'om and .01St 'oW .
,. '" 'h. '..01. "f "" .5,5,54 r'om, 11m. 11m. rest pri 0' 10 the 1111 01 ."h .1"0". J.nl.'y I. thy Co"nt T.. A.lta.aen lnO" .;
and leash. "I, io '" fj.", .. Licenses II..lll5'' 1"'u..1 l I. ...Ph..1 51555, ,IImull, .n."IIo. I In n..p.p.o.. ....5 w<.I.uon .0tad los Co"IllS p 01 0' 56553.. Mirl; l :" .
I Occupational : r
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I' ", ErpI" h.mn at 0i'to l's. pop.''55 for all 110', ? ..
: r.w..d. proIsld., the ,laui ol "lh"iiat"rcUting .u.'Y. S""ol pod ... opudoIIloOI ,
Contact '' .h..I. "'10,01., I 1 "ml"po ,
,,pvrty pr.\u..d lu Is1'I 10 Ih* holding, ol I S a 1 Ied IISS Co .r
'h''. ,., 'h. I.. ... f. .. 5.n.rl *lctloni ihall I 55110 fatTue.dto, .
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""id r."I..o I.S eo 'er tn* holding! any men refernjum C.SIlls Ip. C'.m'y Itoasd ., IP". ,,..
1,1001
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MRS. LOUISE CORN h. II'" ,". ...,.. 1.1.,1.... S luulh. l'iiie"ur, fit tI. S W VJ'u'f' 1 IS.rt wheir, Ih.. ;- ,:,Idld, -II: in.by urk tn.I law majority ihallHlitJ .nd 05.1510 Mofllp.l5Irl.'.. SprI, ;, .. acl"" Dltlol :. mie : :p,:(?i:

I >. I. t,. "" 'j ..I Become Due ... hy the I'l.l 110.,.., ,.Kwal of 1111,05. p111105011,5'IllIIStYIssOSI' '521 The :
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3900 N. W. 36th St., ., .,. ., 10, .. T. In 1'lnt lluok I I. PUB. no. ,puhlli rrc. ....ndum '1..Uo.. .uh liu nil be- ,L.chl"n.'n 1 .hol .t 110.tlo.LegS..115 Fin :. li;';

Fla. ..., I .. h.. .,d. of I'.bl Uemh County fli.rl.la. enlIst I b.i in 1.1111 lore. .5,4555,55. bUl, 1", .10.S.o" '. 4 I I... f'OD t : r'fo' .
Miami n, _h'', '" I I.r..rl., 'h. .. of the 81. Lu'," I islatsylus.It .:.Uon ""IIISY o. 551. ,'S .. .1,1,11, ,,Ol. d".. ..p..IY'.llh. term or K.ipolnled .:: ;
----- -- -'" ---- .Ih,. IS ,I' SI' Illter un the W....lIII .horr, of ..lil Klloiilh ','" el.ctoiel' pirticlpatmg, therein ihallicceptanca sot, ',on 01 C.sosly Tsa A..o'. .ompn.' to n Slut
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIilllMl.illlllllllllll.WANTED p p ; I .' I I. '.I' October I Ihenee I run w..'.rly MI,'.. I ind ritlftcal"on ''n PIOaSSIP'n I 01 tht. II. and 1155 term beflor. ion $11
:: Il: t 1 1946L. ,., its ieh law. It shIll be and vOid hISS 0,5' ... ,o'ld. a.c1ln Midi i" Tu:1.
r i the Hi.uth line of I aid I. W 7 I lu 'h nul Oar the
I ,,j :, .' I; ;. 1'0"'.*... Pl'nS 5' -Hid 'lot I (U'.h. vanlnl rl ol board no P.JS.S,I 'U' '. The e.n. S .I.n.l.n on tho ..c.m.., '.IiI 0' "t Monday In JanuuSECT1OJ :' .
of laid .
Counly ,'run.. Ta, t. "
liiiiiimmmiiiiiHiiiimiiiimiuiiiiiiii ,, 'lIh 5 '" .ii'fl I. 5 .tmluhl.if II". I. S. tify' the reiult of lurh .h.1 .. I. < ,:
I 'I ",, I I b.' Nfirthwmtoily, direction 5 In thr Soulh- .Itctlon to till Secre any of '.f..nd"m h" .10. StaIr" County COSsnly, tonSIl Conrtllutlon la er
H..I.I AS I IH. ,., .. '.1.' I ",. ,1.111. ';,..1 .w. ...,t i.rn.r of lllo.k 3H1 of foil" $.. ten dlIallr Ihi holdlni." State "lhln 3.5011 Io.d i Sshsal Dl.151111. bps.I.I: '. b/ .1.1. ,
Sh,.."I h" "I i I' ", I lor 'u 'h.* ..,h,,, 'I.'.'h' ..... .. .s.lItyth. nu, ... C. KICKLITERMARTIN 3''IIh' .,..'.. lSS Vs.I", ..1., .10.. I.nlll DI.1O1.taas d alunlglpalsls,5OEL'TIOSf I :
Curp If .. . ,.' 'I" ... 1It".noI:i. I I woi.55,,,,5'hs Is "',' ,,IllS II "I ...i,1, i U. I Fo" and 401., JWWK-rSSs
,.,, 'h' .. '...., ",,, .. <,,., S02 5., 110.. Si,",,5''h".fh" ","" IIOUSS JOINT RSIfltt'TloN NO 105551. 0 I, tIll Coun.y. Tao C"I_ .
WAN1'jol' !M" '" 'i ,, It. ." .,... ,. "r ..101 "I"'k :1402 .III 6.1 ,. I'5' A JOIN r E 1'5ptSnI 55Arndsis "5 Ir I osC'ssp" 01 I Bay StIll" : =: Sal
.. , .. : COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR I OLVTON .n do. Ihll Cn.l euIaSiIasy, I.v.d, In ISO .
_u.to, "", "' I. ." ,,1.101 Ii.,,. uS.,, 01 tho Cnn. Coats, ;
\:, suds ', : 'I S .. : .f j..h..t..6. 1'.I.ly I,.jt.d" 1 ril"' ." ''hon ol Iht xtat.* ol Florida n.10.o 'Sl'hlI.r I3".rtl ly Ill., lohool 55.5.. 015511,01 ClunIr.' : County SpOolal 3 u'l r'ias '*r

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TUB STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT 26 1946. PAGE SEVEN
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Florida's State Parks Offer Ullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllll Instead of tryln' to make a Imagine all this stink beln' a bunch of Republicans or labor -
gets so wrought up it for-
Too Late toCLASSIFY llvln' the hard way like robbin' raised over a few boat loads of something.No .
p CSSji gets Tom well, brother, that'sbad
A6S Much for Citizen RecreationDisciples banks or stlckln' up flllln' sta- bananas. Now if it was sugar I wonder the labor boys and I do mean BAD.

-I tions, he gets himself a respect- or butter or beef, I could understand i staged a protest parade, stormedthe

tltl'eSII able Job as a labor leader Like It, but mananas don't City Hall and threatened to In 1899, Boston closed Its parka
of Isaac Walton who finest wild life sanctuaries In the By RUSSELL KAY1111111111111I11111111111I1111111I1111I111111111 Mr Petrlllo. he has found that make sense. Haven't we got call a general strike. In fact they to automobiles between the
have never taken advantage of United states "crime doesn't he is got so upset over the mess that hours .
HUlsborough pay" so play- enough people fallln around and of 10 a m. and 9 p. m.
the opportunities River State Park In' It on the level. He they forgot all about Tom Watson becacse of the
offered by the near Tampa Is You quits breakln' their legs as It is with- danger of run
tale's parks for fishing are miss nationally known for Its excel- Caldwell know awhile told us back that Governor the- breakln' the laws and Joins the out Importin' a couple of million for a whole week And when away horses.
ASSTKACTS ing some of the finest sport lent bass fishing. At the Camp Tampa smart guys that MAKE 'EM. bananas for folks to stuff them- - --
newspapers were uncooperative -
TAX AND TITUK found In Florida.In OXeno Recreation Area near Instead of talkln' about Mr selves sick with and throw peelIngs 'I
unfair
pVUTIGAnoN3ESCROWS seven out of the state's Lake City, the Florida Caverns around, "un." and He Just said plainall they Hall's unfortunate past and all over the side walks? Waterfront Properties

eight operating parks, anglers State Park at Marianna Gold went out of their draggln' all the skeletons out of Why, Instead of condemning Mr I
INSURANCE way to point
TIT1.s will find plenty to try the tem- Head Branch State Park near out the bad things and refusedto his family closet, the newspapers Hall what we ought to do Is Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound.
FLORIDA per of their rods and test their Keystone Heights, and Torreya recognize the good. should have praised him for his erect a statue to him or elect Ocean Frontage
II skill State Park near Bristol you will noble effort to go straight and him president of the Safety
CO. At the time I thought the
ABSTRACT guy
At Myakka River State Park, also find good fresh water fish. had gone overboard on the wrong told how he had reformed and Council, The way we been carry- I

1111...KENNEDY...".'.-. 18 miles east of Sarasota on the Ing. There Is no fishing at side of the boat, but after read- was trying his level best to earn in' on you would think we were 'k w4.
fTL'AAT. fLORIDA road to Arcadia, Is a 12233 acre Highlands State Park near Se- In' the headlines and editorialsthis an honest living area recognized as one of the bring. past week It looks like 111 How can Tampa ever expect to "I LOST 32 IBS.! 4 ,, ... o rt
For those who prefer the salt get anywhere when wise sin 14 AGAIN" hOn
have to agree with I him our news- a
water variety of the sport, Fort I such <.160 Ih.,MlM n.>'noldi; !lotWMHlit R'b.R Z
; You know we have been havln' papers use poor Judgment? ;; ovtklv ttilb AY L)5 Van.! f -4
Distinction- Clinch at Fernandina offers min Cindy lltriucinf! 1'lnn Now" ,
Don't realize
that
they things
"e ewelry of I some of the best fishing found a lot of fun here In Tampa over have in this il"bus mod..'.(win..lour** l n'an.
our banana boats. It seems that changed country, l .'i along the north Florida coast, that this Is the of the "Com- but try till w.r! reducing
the fellows who bought the ban- age pl.n, Vttf Fan Bat Ma SMwBndN -
Although fishing is permittedat mon Man?"Imagine what Claude \ or money back.
Fine Diamonds and Watches the state parks, hunting of anas wanted to unload the boats I Pepper will say when he hears In alinI.l u.U eondumd bymed.Idrcwn .,,
and
game Is not The longshoremen said theycouldnt : ,I hq t
parks are sanc- about this I Think how embar- mn"Ipha. arNMtaver.ae ?
BUY WITH
YOU CAN CONFIDENCE FROM because they were on .,. .slaw wufa
:
tuaries and breeding ,
grounds.But rassing It will be to him. How In raw week with
J for the hunter who uses a strike. They weren't strikin'against can he explain such action to Ih.AIUY l'I.n titer. ),l.dy t11MR.duclnt "NyNn. \ a
C. & E. WALKERJEWELERS camera Instead of a gun, Myakka the guys who owned the his trend Joe Stalin? What
bananas, nor against the guy I .....l...N.lu.llv... No .
State Park Is ,
a regular paradise will Mrs. Roosevelt when she drur cat: plenty You d.o'eol
with Its who owned the boats; they were say oul.....,pM.loe..010.,yoluN
teeming thousands of
learns that brutal .
our Mayor loom down
eot t empI..be' ]you
water fowl and Its varied speciesof mad at a flock of Washington niuy dthciotu AYUB Vium,,,Candy briar
ECEOLA AVE. STUART, FLA. bureaucrats known as the War sent nasty old policemen to open n.. li, Only tray lot 30 il.>, .upply, fbuw
bird and
animal life, many the picket lines? Do you think Stuart Drug Co.-Phone 11
Board
Shipping and the Wage .
species of which are extremelyrare Stabilization Board she will cross a picket line fora Tear Out This Ad As A
so they
In other par
sections of the lousy banana?
country. Some of the more us- ade up and down In front of Reminder

Need A SIGN Quick? usual birds are sand hill cranes, No the Bananas.dock slngln'" "Yes, You Get ..r
wood
Ibis white ibis, and mallard
Now for my part they could
In addition to many miles of let all the bananas stay on the Enjoy The Finest
KING SIG I N S ALL KINDS river, Myakka River State Park boats until Gabriel blows his -

Includes Upper Myakka Lake horn. I never eat the darn Oa
TRUCK WINDOW SHOCARDSREAL and Lower Myakka Lake-the things, but It seems that some

ESTATE WALL latter, during extremely dry sea- people do and right away the FOODSCOCKTAILSAT .
sons, disappears down a sink Mayor and Chief of Police and Z
"SIGNS THAT SELL" hole known as "Deep Hole."FishIng lots of other folks start frothln'

. DO) Old Diaie Hi-Way P. O. Box 501 Stuart FU. parties will find adequate at the mouth and screamln: for
boating facilities at the park. At bananas. THE
present there are also five cottages Now when you want to pull off
" a grade A strike, you gotta have '""'4a pwrv .aa.

: ighest Cash For Your CarWONT Hillsborough River State ParkIs leadership and so the longshoremen -
located five miles south of beln' a more or less rugged Blue Goose21s Listings of Improved and Unimproved l Properties
Zephyrhills and about 20 miles outfit look around and pick outa Throughout Martin
County
: TAKE FIVE MINUTESe northeast of Tampa on State guy named "Sailor" Hall to

pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which road 156 and on the Hillsborough run their show. MILES NORTH OF STUART ACREAGE -!- RANCHES
. River. Well "Sailor"being honest and Srlul!. Point Ri\er-to-Rlver
i* as much as you can get anywhere and The park proper consists of conscientious and anxious to doa Specializing in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious and Properties

; STAY WITHIN THE LAW 800 acres but adldtlonal acreage good Job throws a picket line Western Steaks. .Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estate Site
has been set aside for park pur- around the docks and starts
". SUNRISE MOTOR CO. poses.A hangln' up "No Banana" signsin
, B.
lush subtropical growth all the languages Includln' C. ARBOGAST
311.25 South Dixie Bar Package Store Grill
covers the banks of the meander- the Scandinavian.
t wt Pierce, FU. Telephone 190 Ing Hillsborough River which And here Is where the news I Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance

r harbors !in Its black depths some papers come Into the picture., -
,. I I of the wariest and gamy bass to I Right away they start sayln' a
be found In the country. Here lot of unkind things about Mr --
. COMMERCIAL and AERIAL the angler may cast from the Hall. They point out that he Is +
banks of the stream or take a an exconvlct, out on parole and h :; A i, ''
PHOTOS boat. that he has a police record longer -
In addlton to its attraction to than a bad dream. They even
:' OTOCRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT fishermen, the park provides a go so far as to publish his picture

. SALE retreat for those who love the number and all, and call

, WROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED solitude and beauty of nature. him a highwayman and bank
The growth of tall cabbage robber.

;, TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP palms and hardwood trees Is ex- It's Just like Governor Cald-
cepalonally fine. There Is also a well said. All they can see Is the

flrr BId,. Next To Western Union fine stand of cypress. Spanningthe bad and they Ignore the good.
river In the middle of the Here Is a guy who may have beenIn
I park Is a graceful suspension the penitentiary and may
bridge, at the north end of which be all they say about him is
: begins a nature trail loop which true. But he Is out on parole
LUMBER winds around in the hammock and trying to go straight.

VETERANS ',I for a distance of almost a mile xr0.A _
I I The flora along this trail Is rich A NEW BOOK FOR '
I In variety and quality. One old GROWERS
IF YOU HAVE PRIORITIES. SEE oak which forms an arch over
US FOR the trail is a veritable aerial garden /)'; ''' ;
I
with 10 varieties of orchids, $ ; )
i ,
ferns and air plants. On anotherold )
Building Materials oak overhanging the river SHAOI AND \ fl
are clusters of the beautiful but- ORNAMENTAl. r Itt-(

WE WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOU terfly orchid. f5"TREES ? )} :
Fort Clinch Is the only state
FLORIDA AND CUSS I
park providing salt water fishIng -

Consisting of 1085 acres,
Fort Clinch State Park Is ZVx 6, \
miles north of Fernandina and
about 35 miles north of Jack- l' 1n

sonville.
Named In honor of Brigadier : [
Ir General Duncan L. Clinch of

North Carolina, who served In
the army from July I, 1808, until ts
September 21, 1830. the old fort
'evamYTNIN. YO WILD TOUC MOYfc'araaTTMIMO In history and tradition __. "F:
TO 8"'.voua' caoe''' Is steeped. 't ......". ,a tri I IT has been said that modern civilization is built upon the

erg, flame heating our homes driving our great ships and
Cloth $3.501 Paper $2.50
The forest area of the United = (44Y 4'Tj locomotives
Order (rem converting water to singing steam that
of Alaska, Is "
larger States, than exclusive the combined area Edwin A. Menninger"The / 4 *! j creates cheap dependable electricity for us all.

of France, Oermany, and Norway the, Flowering Tree Man" ) ,y And of all the fuels that keep these vital flames alive fuel oil

/ Netherlands.taly, Sweden, Belgium Stuart Florida t e is the most nearly perfect truly the Keeper of the Flame.

eeearT.T 5 e
t.NelearaI In war or peace, fuel oil is constantly at our service .
rsaeth
I a supplying heat and power and light serving us without
? ; fail in homes hotels and r
our apartment houses our

I factories, schools and hospitals our churches, stores, and I t

I / "Don't Jet me forget EdelbrewBEER 9 J .dr l;? office buildings. in our cargo ships and on our railroads. I t

when this act is over, to '--:: : -- A plentiful supply of fuel oil is one index to a nation's great

'' take that toaster to t/ ness. Here in America we have ample reserves of fuel oil for V,

Electric Service and Re- 'I .i all our needs. When you seek a fuel that is easy to order ''I

easy to have delivered, easy to use, think of fuel oil and
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!PAGE rir.rir Ilir. 'I t 4111M'S. !Ml IKT Martin (.oeoty. rLORIUV THCRSD4T. SEPT. %6. 1946.SO'RL .
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STRITYA on Tuesday. Dot 1 1946 at 10 lllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIMtlllllllllt.llllll-1>, and family of Stuart and J WStrickland I that swarmed Jensen Beach Sunday has been spending a week with I o prise package for the eveningwas The eye Is only-an !nit

a. m of Jesup Ga. werecallers Among the afternoon picnic his cousins. Donald and Miss won by Mrs. Marie Ward. of vision sight is a bit

t' representative I of the Social 1 At that time he will be glad SALERNO NEWS on Mr and Mr*. OdeU De- parties were Mrs. Edgar K Mar- Katherine Ensey, In Walton, and This netted us two dollars. Our I cess depended for "

Loach Sunday tin. Mr. and Mrs. 1 E.!: R. Ensey Miss Jessie next meeting will be held the functioning cm *
l Security Administration Field to dUcUM the old-age and survivor D>' MKS! o D QlH.tEIIIMIIIMIIIIIII \ visiting his aunts, Monday In October. i the DOIIi
Jim Brown of Pompano was Mrs Viva Clark Roat Miss Katherine second :I action of the
Office In West Palm Beach will f Insurance provisions of I lilt "111111""111I11 Miss Martin, Miller and Mrs Barbara Ferson, --- Itervoi4
Peggy -
, the last week-end guest of his Ensey.
l be In the court room at Stuart,, the Social Security Act and to The Young People meeting is mother. Mrs A. L. Brown. Donald Ensey and Sawyer Len- In Eden left Sunday morningfor 1;

take applications for benefits held each Sunday at 7 p m. at nard of Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville to make reservations LIST your Rooms Apartment and Re

I under such provisions the Methodist church Mrs R Word ha been received that Harold Glass of Fort Pierce; for season living quarters. Hornet with ui. ntl
Mr. and Mr*. S. D. Sever are enjoying -
--- -- at the
T. Jackson IS giving Buildln Mrs. W. C. Barr and children This is Billy's Junior year
Fort Pierce, Florida : a nice summer in Pontiac where he L. FULFORD
I the Temple on the flannel 1 Peter and Betsy of Stuart and University of Florida
Phone 72 DL They spent a number of winters -
Albert L. Hackett : Administra
FREDERICK L. PORTER | board. Everybody is muted here and several summers. Richard Gllson of Palm City Is taking( Business cRaal ..tataUrIG

The Ladies' lllutonary Societymet After week spent with the tionifiiiMiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi.
Foot Specialist Bookkeeping and Tax! Mrs. Charlie Anderson spent a : SELLINGPKOPEHTY :
REJ\iTl\C
Service Thursday at '7:30 p. m. at end Dumond Merwins and Arthur :
Room 204r lat seek in Mayport.Mrs. MANAGEMENT:

Sunrise' Theatre Bldgg. I Stuart. florid the church wltb a few member EUen Levis was the Sun. Phillips at Edenlawn Henry NEWS Write R O. Box No.4
After short biulne Merritt Paulson left by plane JENSEN
present a day guest of Mr and ,. ,. Dona- 410 Camden Avenue
meeting. Mrs O D. Qulgiey gave von Smith. for Chicago last Thursday. He
Phone 32-J
-- -- the scripture lesaon The meetIng was accompanied to Morrison Bv Charlotte llellierlllllllllllllllinillilllllllllllllillllitllHll
Clyde Aaimoru of Panama
City Stuart
Florida
closed with a birthday cake here his field. West Palm Beach by Mr l I I / / ,
U visiting sister Mrs.

For REAL ESTATE and song for member having J. L. Terry and family. also Mrs. Mem'in. Miss Norma Chaulker of Deer- ----- ----

birthdays in July August and Monroe Skinner of Miami sisterof Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ankenyand field Beach was the guest of Mr. ----

OPPORTUNITIES SEEOTTO September Mrs Terry stopped Sunday son. Rollin. of Fort Pierce, and Mrs Norris Tilton last week. 1A

Mr and Mr Oris MUler of enronte to Sew Smyrna and St. came down to Ankona Friday fora Miss Chaulker and Mrs. Tilton i

North Wildwood N. J. arrived Augustine goodby visit prior to leaving were room mates In college.Mr. .

K l last week and are occupying the Mis Annie Lou Whittle of Saturday morning for Gainesville and Mrs R. L. White of -\ t "' ,

UD1N John Kewcomb cotuce. They West Palm Beach spent last where Rollin will enter his Eau Gallic were the week end '

have bought the property be- week end here with her mother. Freshman year at the University guests of Mrs. White's mother,

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER tween Fred Pedersen and Oven Mrs. :Martha! Whittle of Florida Rollin expects to Mrs Emma; Metzgar, I

stay at Alachua Airport that has Mr and. Mrs. Joe Woods of
Next Door To Stuart News Quigley and expect to build there Mrs May Douglas arrived home
this winter Mr and Mrs Miller Monday after spending the summer been taken over by the University Hobe Sound spent Thursday, I it'V.

have spent winters. here before in New Jersey. This because of crowded con- guests of Mr and Mrs A. Taube ,
------- -- ---- ------ -
but have moved down to makeIt The Home Demonstration club ditions arising from the Influxof and family, 80n.1 a

their permanent home. held the regular Monday afternoon students. The airport Is about Mrs Marlon Scales and ..- '
t five miles from town Joe, of Miami were of Mr. #,
Margaret Bhuiton left lat meeting at the home of ; consequently guests ,,. -
the will run and Mrs W. C. Johnson Wed In ;...
Mrs.: George Osborn. The club university ..,
week for Tallahassee to enter sr : !L.
SET YOUR SIGHTS the Florida State College for with MU Inscoe decided to busses for the convenience of nesday and Thursday. ............ >_.

women have the meeting every 4th Monday students. Mr and Mrs. Warren Snipes

at the homes at Mr and Mrs. E. S Poole of spent a few days this week In
promptly
Mr and Mr E. T. Jones an-
2:30. The October will Ankona. are spending the week Tallahassee on busIness.Mrs. .

It takes Diane nounce Linda the birth Sept.of 11 a daughter.weight 7 be a covered dish luncheon meeting with in Orlando getting their own J C. Backus Mrs A. Backus STUART BOAT RENTALS

home in condition for removal and Mrs. A. A. Hendry spent
a dip cover demonstration at
Island. X J. i
Ibs In
10 Long
( or there when Mr. and Mrs. T. M. In West Palm Beach. Frazier Creek
planningto Mrs 'ones was the former Virginia the home of Mrs E. A. Baldwin. Wednesday at U. S. Highwav No.1 1
-
\
Mrs. Martha Whittle Deal. of Cedar Rapids Iowa arrive The members of the Week End
Jacobs of this place was ap- Rear of Gulf
f pointed here to take over their club met at Seymours Inn Friday ( Filling Station)
sewing leader Mrs. W.
: Mrs S E. Lane of Palm City ;
achieve
-- :: Mrs. Chandler L. :Merritt.! cooking: :Mrs.! George winter home and grove. for bridge games. High
/ \ts called on Mary Osborn. poultry: Mrs. E. A. Baldwin Mrs. Aurelia Teal and daughter score prizes were won by Miss 14-FOOT INBOARD BOATS FOR RENT

I Sunday evening Miss Florence Teal were Elizabeth Robertson and Mrs.
home
:Mrs
improvement
a goal \ \ Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Mirten- ;
l j O D. Qtilgley! canning. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Betty Alderman Others playingwere
business callers in West
/ I were
\ sen FOR RIVER FISHING
: Palm Beach Monday After the meeting a lunch of W H. Lennard of Walton. Mrs. Seymour Gideon Mrs. ONLYBY

Some young men know what they want and phn f'r :It Others art Tom Seavers arrived last week brown bread sandwiches cookies Mrs. Web: Ordway came up Adolph Hertel Mrs Lewis Oam-

till looking for their niche. The new Regular Arm a.rv: '.rip both. and punch was the I from Stuart Monday bringing ble. Mrs. R. S. Robertson, Mrs HOUR-DAY-OR WEEK
after the summer in
Perhaps you want to go to college but can't .F ',+". i it. If you Miami spending hostess to Mrs : edBrd'll: i her small son Jlmmie. for a visit C. H. Alderman Sr. and Mrs

f "in the Army, you'll get your chance. Hon r.t1;, uncharged;, Mr. and t.tra. J Hurter and Miss Lucile Inscoe Mrs. Martha to his grandparents Mr. and Christine Whittlcar I

a'" ,-"e'ear enlistment, you are eligible for 48 m nths of educ \ daughter Christee. of Panama Whittle: and :Mr! 0 D Qulgley I Mrs R V. Ankeny In Ankona. The monthly sewing meetingof o OOODOOOonioc

"' college, trade, or business school for wmrou! cane -- --- --- Visitors in the Ankeny home the Jensen American Legion

n i T: Government. will pay your tuition laboratory fees City have moved in the Salerno -' --- last week were Mrs H. T. Paxton, Auxiliary was held Monday nightIn ;
Apartment I I I l l 1 l 1111111111111 IIIIIII I l' B
*' .., >aOO per ordinary school year plus $65 a month livinga. ----I Mrs C F. Ordway both mem- the Sunday school room of the j Victory a\\
Mr and Mrs Docavan Smith NEWS
.. .;.ve-$VO a month if you have dependent. bers of the 33 year old Bunga- Community church In Jensen. '
have finished and moved Into
If you haven't found your spot, an Army enlistment offer you low Apron club: Sunday Mr. and All the articles that have been
their house in St Lucie In- Indian River
training m any of 200 trades and kills. You leave the serVice eligible new Drivel I Mrs R. T. Johnson of Walton made for the Christmas joy shop : II OPEN DAILY
let Farms. The house i* about
for further training at the best civilian schools. were the Ankeny's visitors were on display and many were
30 by 40 feet wood 1 structure By VIVl R
You can assure yourself of the btnefiti of the Gl Bill ot Louie Jacobs and James Eden: nur..fill!.I'lllll..11.1.Ill ll.llll'llllf Mr. and Mrs G. F. Blauvelt. surprised at the number of articles D FROM 9:00: A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT

Right if you enter the Army on or befor October S, lt4S I for twenty years owners of the on hand all of which have SUNDAYS 5:00 P. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT
arrived/ Saturday after spendingthe Mrs J T Waters mother ofF
See >our nearest Army Recruiting Station for details Miami Moon Art Shop In Miami, been donated So far no money
summer: in Ship Bottom. N Scot Waters, whom she has I ':
and now residents of the Drive has been taken from the treasury
J. pou::c J f. in one of the Murdock cottages for this project. The sur-
HIGHLIGHTS OF REGULAR ARMY ENLISTMENT
Mr ..:: :Mrs L E DtLoachWe her home m Miami last week I
i have purchased the log cabin on
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1 1 I. Enli.lm.nll for 1 1'.20,3 y. r(1ynr >. 4. A furlouth for or..- ut t u rwnlitt 1n Saturdayhe boarded an Eastern the water front at Palm City. I
( nhitnwnti "ptrmittvd forman within 20 tfoyi Fail ".' ,:. of other Airways: p ane far( Chicago leaT-
now in the Army with 6 or mornwnthi furlough prlvil( .fv, .ar "bv obtained The deal was handled by Mrs STUARTCITY I MARINE ROOM-BAf
at 9 a m and at : :
at MrvlM) from Rccruitmi Oltu, ing arriving Louette Fulford of Stuart. COMMISSION

2. EnliMmmt .s. from IS to 34 6. Mustrin-out, pay bated upon : 15 that afternoon. Mrs. Waters Mr. and Mrs. John Roenbeckand )
yeses Inclmlv ((17 with pmnu' length of servo.j to all mon she will vis her daughters. :Mrs! i Regular Meetings I
o i .tM 1 viicvpt for men now in tin dischanod to *nh"t Of re NIGHTLY
TO 12 M.
Arthur Rice in Wlllimlte. later :00 P.
A r'J. *ho may rnnlut at any .f.. 6. Option to ,.,,,. at half p.y for : I of Ankona, spent Tuesdayin
and formvr service. mn dvpwnduif. the rest of your lifa after 20 )earl Ai grimy -o St Louis for a stay with 8:00 P. M.
length of .. ,ie.. .. Palm Beach. | NO. 1 MIXED DRINKS
on rrvie -inc rp ing to thrrr qu.rtvn i 2nd and 4th [
Mr Paul L Robertson Mrs Rice
3. & reenlistment bonus of ISO for pay afire .*0 Seam' .."IC*. Ail) pre Tom Scott Jr. who with his II
..ch y.a of arm Mr\u. tine such Vioul artiv federal militar" >.r.ce, have stress was the former Madge Waters family has recently returned WEDNESDAYSStuart o
I bonus wai lest put or tint* last counts toward r.''' ment. N /i and Mrs Robertson. Jeanette
entry Into mane pr >Vldlld r*.nlutnwnt 7 Choice of br.nh of earn IC P dndovantas r,. ed before the Vital 4I from a visit to his aunt Mrs. F. City Hall 0 Room
is within 3 months aftw lenthononbl. th.ut.r I nf IhoMr ktu. c p.nI) Importance of Sufficient tl Waters Both women were born S. Younghusband in Atlantic Victory Dining
dtkchurgv on 3 >.., vnliitmatusNEW and raised in Walton C
Fire Insurance f City \is leaving Friday for Villa-
Mrs. Eunice Jacobs of Eldred Public Always Welcome OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS
on your home, << nova College VUlanova, Pa, II

IojONTHU with Valuations of a who served during the war period where he is entering his third I OOOr ====oOOG-'o=o. ====oCOC
HIGHER PAY FOR ARMY MEN "; and the .
a.rnrt ItOOMt: : to present time :as chairman ---
A/TEai Real Estate Constantly year as a pre-medical student

In Add |'i" M fad. Lode;.|, "p'er Ier 20 h.,,' JO ,..,,' a Climbing. c of the nurse aide. under Mrs. Walter Van Fosson returned -
blaster Sergeant Mote S...... acre... supervision of the St Lu CloltiM end Medial Cut
a The same truth applies to her home in Ankona
Ol 'Fins Srant' ; SIr'S 'rot 510'.25 !l185.Mt of the American Red Cross
In AddnlontoColumn Ont : to Your Fur last week from a four months'stay
th. agar. ZO"r Inv .. "'11'' S'cr '.', ;.nt t ',I n .'5 151.88 5.5.nishings.. Replacement a resigned last week Her place visiting relatives and friends To those who eagerawait/
Staff .t1'4 I : -5 Il9 1/1/
.... for Sev'co' Over. 5.0.111.: has not as yet been filled.
eras W Incr.... i if Mem. Sergeantbw . J "' 05 .n', I I..Sit? coat r eaoarinc. in Ohio and Pennsylvania their new Chevrolets/ .
E. R. Ensey and Donald
of Flying or OhdtrCrtwi Corporal t" 51i'O 10125 Think a son A card from Mr. and Mrs. Lane

nee Nub. I'I Y Increin e., ol StrvictMr m Pay p".ate Pi": >1 I'' ,.. "',1 5: 1(1) %1.00 S minute; Have you Ensey. returned from a business Jennings who left Walton last

at Addtd. Private le'-, 84.48 enough Contents trip to Sanford Friday Enroute week for a vacation trip, announcEs

Fire Insurance Ifs home they stopped in Tropic to they are In Williams- Here Is the Latest News

lb.m fe' "W_..., of Ie.c. vo'r. rr. he Los Comes? look over grove interests and to burg Va. They will visit New

r1 Aranroudtr" W. "., eno '" c visit Mr Ensey's brother. GeorgeF York Harrisburg and Allentown
,..'..11 .,......,. 0' yo.r r.eo s Ensey who has recently retired
.- Pa, before returning south. On
ED MAPPEvery from service in the Miami!
ENLIST NOW AT YOUR NEAREST \ the return trip they will stop
about
postofflce and now Chevrolet
U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION Kind I II of Merritu Island. residing! on in Cashiers, N. C. where they

will meet Mr. and Mrs. Boyne
I Insurance
Mrs. Edgar: K. Martin and
McPherson of Stuart, and together -
U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION Phone 19 P.O. daughter Miss Peggy Martin
will vacation there.
Arcade were dinner guest of Commodore
Comeau Building, West Palm Beach Enroute from Palm Beach Deliveries
and Mrs Stanley
Krching
==
where Mrs. R W. Estes of Vero
-
in Stuart Monday. Miss
Peggy
Beach has been confined in the
is spending three weeks
a
vacation -
hospital, she and her husband

West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN Alfred away university from her Olean.studies N Y.at Mr.stopped and In Mrs Eden E. H.for LeTourneau.a visit with Everybody from factory to dealer is doing everythingthat

The Martins purchased a home
After their visit Mr. and Mrs. Le
in Walton during the war period can be done to speed deliveries to you
IN WEST PALM BEACH Tourneau spent the week end In
and are now dividing their
THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Fort Fierce as guests of Mrs.
time between here and their We have been Informed
Wilbur Cooper by the Chevrolet Motor Division that

home in Pio/aa. Ohio Billy Tucker of Bradenton who the past month has witnessed only a slight Improvtm In
DEL K .u "OOlla: TO I" No5C" HAWTHORN E Mr Charles Burgreen of Sara-
the rat of production of new Chevrolet Asa
JEWELRY SHOP sota. ministrial student passenger cars.
supply-
ROOFING CO. II
1 result, shipments of new cars t to dealers for delivery are
WATCH REPAIRING ing the pulpit at St. Andrews
ROOFING-SHEET METAL church in Stuart duringhe vacation still far below the level we and the factory had hoped to

OF THE BETTER KIND HEATING-VEHTILATlNC of Rev Fenton was a VACATION 13 NO attain by this lime. In fact, through August, Chevrolet's Keep Your

335"2 CLEMATIS OPTICLt.V8 CLCVA719 OP. : JISTS WATERPROOFINGBOB'S dinner guest of Mr and Mrs ASSET wrrNour/i/ output of cars In 1946 was only 2Z.6% of the number turnedout Present Car Alive/

Ensey in Walton. :Monday! evening CLEAN HOUSE ATHOME. during the corresponding period of 1941. lugQIII
Meanwhile, may we
We know that Chevrolet Is doing everything potsible 'lo that you safeguard' ''fOIl
DATURA Miss Katherine Ensey Miss brWyourcartousforservio ''"
I Locksmith & Peggy Martin. Donald Ensey and step up its production to'al.-to ship more and: more cars 'to transportation by ftIIII
Bicycle
I us and to its thousands of other dealers |. 1.1Iua
SAFE & LOCK WORKS Service I Billy Tucker of Bradenton enjoyed AA throughout America and at regular '.nterval.
dinner and and we know, too, that we are assured of it!nJ iI
the full
dancing at getting our to keep
202 First St. Phone 7890 441 Datura St.. Vest Palm I I help you IftIJII''
I Lighthouse Saturday evening proportionate share of the current output and of future running conditiontain -
We repair Anything Beach. Phone W. P. B. C7,0 I II The allure of old Neptune was production gains.Disappointing. its performance, /e'
I I
I _____ __ demonstrated by the large crowd anon and resals v n.1V Chii'
the total' when your
as figures have been-and despite the day

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vacation spent at home,

without a radio, would be no We shall continue to make deliveries of new Chevrolet (9

I WE ARE THE ONLY GARAGE IN TOWN THAT HAVE THE EQUIPMENT TO BALANCE YOUR .vacation at all. Want to hear to our customers just as fast as we receive them) we regret

WHEELS, AS WELL AS EQUIPMENT TO ALIGN WHEELS, STRAIGHTEN AXLES FRAMES. ETc. the latest news? Your favorite delays aa deeply as you do; we thank you for your friendly

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ill DOWN i Col. Mitchell got so much Mar in use-and considered the Nutrition.) Citrus fruit Is plentiful -'' has put in five busy years since Bill King tell '..- 't 1.;.; I Le Editor Stuatt News-Do you

brtb'u YRICEATRE theSTREET tin county sand In his shoes best In the world all the year round, with tomatoes he last saw this section Is going will probably open the P*.,("an know of any reasonably priced
c I down on those sand hills at Hobe and guavas In abundancepart 'I to loaf and fish
on a wellearned Hotel about December 1 this properties in soar' vicinity M I
nonoiu Col. Vorls soldiered with Doug of the These be
: Sound-and also so much hospitality year. may vacation. He reports great Ii >'ear-Instead of in early November would UK* to bay er reM such
tpty las MacArthur He clashed canned in combination with oth-
from the populacethat foods Interest in the North for short- I which happened last a place year around'
er which gives variety in
with him
on policy In Washington
--- Cot Alvin C. Vorlset his dreams of retirement the diet too. Citrus may be used term vacations, and believes thatFlorida )'ear. We also understand unofficially 0--0-0
cold ran have resolved into a 5-acre tractof when they headed different In baking should capitalize on summer I that. the Island Innis All right folks don't crowdor
GRAM FOR Signal corps official returned land near Stuart with a tropical departments, but he said, when Since we should eat a yellow vacations And by the way I planning to open ..!YoU! rush to write ){r. Miller
Is WEEK last week from a vacation/ of home amid palm trees, a this war started, "there is no and green vegetable dally, we he sort of has his eye on this Dec 15. abc:;" those reasonably priced

four weeks In Washington and flower garden an old straw hat more brilliant mind In our service must plan for that when the section if the time ever comes I II G-O--Q prpertea.
t at Fort Monmouth X J.. and some fishing tackle. He and he has been well chosen garden Is being planted. At pre- I when he retires He and Mrs We have Just reee:%ed a pj'-t- 0-0--0
DAY,SATURDAY where he was a guest at the went so far as to ask the local for the position of responsibility sent, It is hard to depend on the Sawyer will make fine addition card from Mr H Lt.: :,: '' Al- E-prc..ay;1 hen houses or larI -
realtors to have some listings he now holds store for foods, and It will be I to our community. parata Park. Alexandra \a ...
PTEMBER 27-28 officer club He brought I I to show him when he comes smart to have on your pantry ------.----
greetings from Col. Hugh Mitchell down on leave. i All this,contraryto shelf -- L AL
FEATURE During the war, Stuart col- enough of these vegetablesto -
I OUBLE popular commanding officer erroneous reports that the orful, retired colonel was forc- fill in with the dally fresh I r \\
colonel was going into business
ATURE NO.1 of the Signal corps schoolat ed to tit on the sidelines as supply.
Camp Murphy, who expectsto In West Palm Beach and planned the poweri-that-be Insisted Have you planted a green and

' YRONEOWER visit Martin count' this therel.to make his future home his heart would not stand the yellow vegetable?

fall rigors of a world war, when
he tried to return to active
> Col. Vorts was a young lawyer duty. He served as a draft I Editorial Desk

enough. struggling practice to to pay work office up board member, however, and Odds and Ends I F
his
ILS I counsel and understandingof
i AND rent and to hire a secretary
military regimentation and

II NANCYELLY 5i.t;: ;: 1! when broke the out SpanishAmericanwar Always readyfor In procedure the enlistment was a strong program arm In sign Winter of the is on changing its way season. One It WIRE WERE RUBBER !

a pun on himself, he tells Martin: county. For this he received word from Mrs Jack Whitlcar
I I that an Army private's pay- a medal and certificateof that the popular Port Sewall
plus board and clothes-looked
\ero Beach Florida like financial merit from the Congress of couple will leave the North by
security compared
,INJESSE- Phone S156 to the first year in law the United ,States.. boat about October 2 and expectto 7
practice so he volunteered. arrive here October 16. Theyare ;
Last month he spent at his old
After a long and successful going to build a small three
club
Floors at Fort Monmouth Here he
beautifully sanded career of 40 in the ,
years Army
1 met many of the men who had room cottage on their Port
and finished or cleaned and he was asked what he considered served with him and under him, Sewall riverfront property, which
the biggest event of will be their temporary home fora
even back in the early days In
waxed. that career. "Well. he said, "it the Philippines "The last couple of years until more ma-
UVIES"CARTOON I, took place up near Camp afternoon I was there," he said, terials are available, when they
Rugs cleaned. Pick-up and Standing It was the middleof "I spent with a Major who wasa plan to build a larger home In
August and we young fellows young chap in my outfit many front of it along the river, the
iUTt RL vo, L Delivery Service. Tacked' were sweating out In that years ago. He is a survivor of small home then to be a guest

:carpets cleaned on Floor. summer sun digging ditchesIn the Death March to Bataan cottage
0 those clay hills when an officer We decided that General Sher- 0-0-0
T walked up and handed man had little to base his famous William M. McFarlan writes
Sanding and polishing machines I me a slip of paper. Throughthe quotation on-If he though"WarIn from Downing, Pa., that he
1 1F I for rent.THURSDAY. stream of presplratlon Hell" in the United States, hopes to visit Stuart again
y I from my forehead my clouded: he should hear the saga of the next February or March. He is
I Ii"7 vision read the announcementthat scrap: with the Jap. running a column "The Old
-'II'r -I II I had been made a corporal Timer Speaks" in the Down-

I'm sure that no pro JOHN BELDEN ADAMSIS Ington "Archive", reviewing
I motion or honor ever gave mea TAKEN BY DEATH town history-and his own
== TRAP HAPPY- OCTOBER 3 greater thrill" fascinating hobby of railroading
.
I Word was received here last
TWO
BIG FEATURES
SERIAL His story of the conquest of Friday from Miss Cornelia B. : 0-0-0
a FEATURE NO. 1 the Philippines-as compared to Adams of the death of her bro- Charles Sawyer, Stuart's ,....It would bo easy to *trc&H! E.t...B Mara
HAPTER NO. 11 I i the selge of World War n Is a ther,, John Belden Adams, in a friend at Cincinnati, Ohio, tint ven in \Oils ate of !*cTCCiC! mine!.* lk..*
SHE HAD IT story of the progress of civilization where he is now Asst. Oen Pas
Buffalo,
N. Y.
JNCLE RAIDERS"INDAV hospital on Sept. I I MUST b*wins tIor thus ca be a:ectM semis
His return to the Islandsin senger Agent for the Southern :
17. Mr. Adams, who spent the
HE CAUGHT IT your bom.
1910 when he took his wife winter here suffered a stroke (I I Railway Is a guest with Mrs.
.MONDAY : YOU'LL LOVE IT and daughter with him Is another about four months ago. Inter- Sawyer at Royal Poinciana Cottages 2.378.970 pounds of tft* 4.689.570 po.ad. *l
IT PTEMBER 29.30 I noteworthy chapter of the ment took place in Laurel Hill Jensen Beach. Mr Sawyer essential! copper wu ordered by Fiend Pew,&
spread of Democracy His tour cemetery, Philadelphia / Light Company w toll undelivered lust M soca**
TA FRENCHMAN. "Bedside of duty in Alaska when he directed
w. cn pet additional tuppii d copper wise sad
T A FIGHTER communications from dog REALESTATE other critical! m.t.ri.l., the more thso 2000 meaa-
sleds In the frozen north and Home
IT 99 blazed trails which became per- bees ol our organization\ will malt*good, their pled
Manner manent and vital installationsin DemonstrationNotes to bring, you the benefits ol cheap electric envies
A FUNHOPE
B the recent war Is an epoch asthrilling it tb. earliest pets.be! moment
as any of modern
STARRING fare .
A
AND JOHN CARROLL Then on through the war-I By MISS LICILE: INSCOEIt
of France In World War 1. rolEIuIGhT
JOANUJLFIELD I RUTH HUSSEY directed: men in signal Is garden planting time. I -- fLORID I rDUm

tions which made possible the When you plan your family garden ., ,.-
CHARLES RUGCLES ....
I coordination of military projects keep In mind the amount .
0r I Back to the States he needed for your family and Investments
FEATURE NO. 2UNIVERSAL served in Washington as ad- what Is needed to supply good
--IN- ministrative head of his department nutrition throughout the yearas
and I saw a letter far as vegetables are concerned Sales and Listings Throughout HEBE ARE THE FACTS:
from a young captain who An over supply of some veg- Martin County .....1.O"N.or"o err-1o ,f-mLytl,
Monsieurlaucaire" I i wsN. t.r..iris congratulated him on-the central etables and under supply of iopp.w;; ; ... ;6;;470J .. 23106mro.' 23es9l0%.
others Is not polo. iSC 23 170 1 5350
he good planting.
r.l.r communications system W. B. TILTONKrueger
'....1_ 10 IX I ?tt> t 310kI.
had installed which said, I When the surplus Is canned, it ....? 195770 7.3SO tt'4tI.w.
despite all the progress in Is better to can the amount need- Building ..I.> t-.d d.. if .** ,.. ...rr
NEWS this field the basic techniquerou ed for one year and use It up.
!installed here then Is still I In Florida there should be no PHONE 161
trouble in getting the dally nerving }

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PAGE: TEV: HIE: IiTCAKTtYIi.!, STUART. Martin c-.t,. KLOK1DA. THCRSDAT. SEPT.I ZI 1541.

Join I definitely! U the director thinks A flexible
and fishing I
Fresh Water Fish Commission.), merclal fishermen are organized.a .I constitute: the best: for log-roll Uoo of hunting demands It, at- tnuntll11t11t
safety
I club Urgeits I public and
"t I They are now seeking injunction never before, and at the next, ing.There your J< FISHING the annual tomey
I ; \ are several sportsmen'sclub officers to send to developed
*. and will doubtless carry session of the Legislature win by Notre
I. I In the Federation who are the Federation accredited informed the department of I
of
the battle! to the Legislature It I ask for the repeal of the Constitutional meeting and his HUhea;:
erector
t I tr knowing in no UBistakeaMe with public safety The also TOOl
representatives ,
( IN THE FAMOUS is now up to all sportsmen to Amendment, known manner their determination to can punish a violator who drives speeded up ,

I back up the Department In its u Article IV. Section 30 the I make and are making an active I power and as many individualsportsmen when his license baa been! suspended rate as muc nachlnt1Uli.
r
I St. Lucie Region ; at.and-or see the cause of conservation -II I' afford the time .u n"
as can I1IIJo
/ ; set back in Florida. Magna Charta of wildlife and if fight to save this "Magna I snould also attend or revoked! by extending made bomtrl.
1 not successful in this will ask Charta from being tamperedwith and money the suspension of driving privileges nreJIOttr
t THP TRUE/ SPORTSMAN. IS A GUARDIAN. OP NA1URAL RESOtUtCE: Augustus S. Houghton secretary : the meeting reliable!.
in any manner. :, up to one ;year.
of the American Game for an amendment which will
1 r Our good friend Allen Carson, Stuart Hotel \\'ho insists he Association. urges all sportsmenin take from the Game ft Fresh To be successful. I several NO TIME LIMIT ON
.. Jr., has Just been! named FishIng hasn't caught a fish jet Florida to attend the Florida Water Fish Commission the must not be left to these OF YOU LATER. JIM-

., Editor of The Miami Herald, I Wildlife Federation meeting at powers now vested in it to make I clubs"sportsmen'but must be dub taken and up by by DRIVER REVOCATION LICENSES IM GOIN& HO/VIt/ AND

replacing Earl Roman, who has Bluefish in scattered schools Orlando on November 15. Here Is rules and regitiallons set bag ,every Individual sportsman. To LISTEN TO
how he reviews the situation: limits and fix open and closed every I TAU.AHASS-mThe \ d
are present In the inlet on the depart- ,.
resigned to run for Dade County how your willingness to Join in _
The Florida Wildlife Federation season. and to revert these powers
CommlMtoner This is one occasion top of the flood tide and there this undertaking so vital to both ment of public! safety may revoke %
which during its nine years in the legislators and In the I
5tusrtD
on which we can offer are some mackerel to the southor the wildlife and to the conUnoa- an automobile driver's license! In-
of existence accomplished. In politicians 43
congratulations to both: to Earl were when the week started kartlilt
of Are going to permit this
handicaps so
spite great you 1
'\ I for having done a grand Job oft Excellent catches of channel
much for wildlife and for you. without a fibt It was a five- J Ill
See U. For
conservation work over the bass and mangrove snapper are SALES
is now drifting rudderless, itsdulyelected year fight in the first Instance
4I5 yean, and to Allen for an opPOrtunity being made In the river near the
head who should beIt but It will be many time five and las
do Repairs
which we are sure be Inlet on live bait-and plenty of .erL.-I; E-'lP
pilot having summarily resigned years to regain what may be lost rr- _, .
will make good at in a big way grouper and lane snapper are -
U you allow the commercial: : SERVICE Parb I
Allen U the salt of the earth, a being brought in from the reefs ._..
On the other hand. because of fishermen to win out. In that
grand guy -one of the finest
: the sportsmen temporary success event it U very doubtful that.' .
We understand that the big in having commercial nett- having regained this valuablelogrolling .: ARNOLD BAUER e I IAK
Spotted weakflsh 'lees troutor catch of lane snappers and I : I
ing stopped in the fresh watersof opportunity, the legIslators
Just trout to you have been grouper was made by W Shackel- St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W
the State and in the watersof will ever be willing to!
biting like sixty at Stuart. ford of Pahokee on his cruiser I
It. Fresh and bills'ROYALPALM '
I the St John Hirer the com- forego game
Anglers caught from SO to 100 "Irene" with a party of guests

pounds each casting from the from the 'Glades-and that

Oulf dock Saturday and Sun- Brother Shackelford thinks

day and other docks around nothing of coming over to Mar- DOLLARS ; PATRONIZE

town have proved very productive tin county waters a couple of gi

both of trout and times a week and returning to SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING

snook. One youthful angler the bean country' with three or MARTIN COUNTY -

caught twelve snook off the four hundred pounds of choice MARTIN COUNTY YOU

Lighthouse dock In half an edible fish.

hour over the week end. We We hate to hint, but the Fishing STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORYme THESE SERVICES

are bringing there matters to Editor of The Stuart News

the attentkn f :the FMiless might improve his flshln' knowledge

Fisherman C' MrQuide: of I if invited along on one of
II -'-
---I I these trips-purely from a news

standpoint, of course. We mightwet UNDER NEW Jensen Hdwe.SURE Stuart

COLD WAVE a line at that though. MANAGEMENTMcCLUNG'S [Uncle Billy sez. T

I Florida has been the most YO\1t HOME OW"'E E..Ia.I f..p.W.I.. .

PRICES SLASHED backward of all states in conservation VARIETY ITOIIE I (IC..n.at 5544 M. A..l.e' Fats,.. drrt.u[ l.w.dsl.. p.Rl..lr.eM SERVICEPrompt
probably becausewe ; ,k'r, TRY THEM THEY
were so blt'sSt'dtb! rich
: Depen
j/oI"-/ %""$ I natural resources-and ourpioneering -and I told him se, one day- ARE MORE THAN
I be sed. Now
yonsker confess CourteousPHONE
and utilization of
5c TO $1.00 STORE APT TO HAVE IT. I
PARTS -SALES
hoor-bricht. what I heck baryou
COLD WAVE'Cadi I| those resources was delayedby i
OSCAR. F 10H""SON.0.-" SERVICE to say?" Well I ops a' told I
a long period or undevelop-
e kit contain. full ...J., ment. BEiFTT B. McLAUGHUS.! PHONE 9124 him be'd taught me mien, that Jensen Beach 1 14

atttolSalonopoQirlert' 60 ,1.00. W" Suffice it to say that other M.0s. KRUECER BLOC. I'd like t. write to others, who I
cave .ppi rate*! ; ..
lid complrt. : states In the union prohibitedthe hadnt been bless with th'lovin'
sale of black bass while tooth .f gran'paps and grandmotbesn -
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U. W, :MAC' CO.. Stuart. Fit. Florida was still commercializing !
this noble fresh water game HOME BUILDING PITCHFORD'SCAMP Tears ili'd his old eyes I swear Lance Brothers I StuartService

QUICK RELIEF FROM fish and it was onlnine! years See t. yea. te think bed impress'd Ii
ago that Florida outlawed sale b we used to sprawl "Death th' i
Symptoms of Distress Arising from of black bass. HIGBEE & farm-yard tree-sorta doxin In Restaurant : Stall;

STOMACH ULCERSDUE FOR RENT tbe shade grandpappy took ,
Cottages mad Boats GOOD FOOD GULF PRODUC
TO EXCESS ACID Now Florida Is taking anotherror'ard WORTHAM time t. discau with me th' : :
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FroBookT.llf of Horn.Treatment that. step In prohibiting the WHOLESALE RETAIL chBtk-holes life s steep grade! I Pleasant Atmosphere TIRE REPAIRAND

Must Hdp.r it Will Cost You Nothing sale of bream and speckled General Contractingand Seafood He wer" a good man my or I Friendly Service

OTWIwnir :Iinnb",':' ft" WCLURn perch, and as a result of these Repairs Bait For Sale eran'pap.-a sort of a one.man V< MILE: NORTH OP STUAJtT 1 I I Quick Road Serr'
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\ mr"oma.TREAlMF.\Tha. roJ!?.......r... a nert ''115 rr_Icf...f. fish being taken from their revenue P. O. Box 832 JENSEN BEACHAT Crt when we tou'd our I Closed all day every
I and _....1 U'-w' d.:....."...4_ expectations the commercial troubles in grandpap's lap bed I W. C REIN, Mil!
Owl"P- 01.51.0..... Hurlbum. *MIT.or SlMplmnm.Hewt ttmu.. fishermen of the Lake Okt'echobt'ISt. Phone 144-R COUNTY BRIDGE pilot as te safe port! FridayHerby's I. ACROSS 'ROM STUART E l
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due A.k to forw.iiw: Acid*'. old Mm*'(0.J"5'ucla"a) | tn.11 tally! Johns River region It 'peers I anas banker'd write

cxpluu! tlu.1eam.a--I-.1. are making plans for a determined so; yet everything he ted holds tree,same as fifty year age! s.

BRL N'ER'S- PHARMACY battle against enforcementof I want-a leave with yea a th.acbtne of many he espress'd- ,

Stuart Florida the ruling of the Game St SUNRAYJALOUSIES THE STUART NEWS "True friendship is not ferule--it can't cant be booth!-and long Lunch BATEMANCONSTRUCTION
( I II standin Is to best!

Is Offered to your "Te aunt your dollars as"wraith",is phony for they never did compare C
Tempting Home Cooked
I with th' friendship of a crony and his thoughtful kindly
I ADD BEAUTY COMFORT ANDvALUE $3 FOR ONE YEAR Meala.BREAKFAST.. ROAD AND MARIN {
ease! And ther" be one right way t* bold a Imntl-tbat'l to deserve
TO YOUR: HOME OltI TRACTORS
BUSINESS SV INSTALLING!' $5 FOR TWO him, thra th' years;-be prompt to share year Joys U tb' end and LUNCH i i

I SUNRAY SHUTTERS in sorrow SHARE HIS TUBS!" & DINNER I LAND CLEARS

ESTIMATES SUBMITTED Keep In Touch with Open Every Day From GRADING

Sunray Shutter with what IOU on in (:00 a. m. to 9 p. m.

ProductsW : Martin I ESTIMATES SUBMITTI

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AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR CHAMBER of tlv,7 I- POINCIANAWaterfront Job Too Large Or Cam

COMMERCESemnl Too Small
FORDSALES Cottage Modern Cottife
HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC
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Every Progressive
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Interest in This Summer Rate CO.
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WRECKER SERVICEBODY Area The Friendly Spot DAY WEEK MONTHJ. Day Phone ALL CONVIJIIFNW
REPAIRS PresidentT. IN Hohe Sound 3271
S. MICHAELSON and BAKE
Post Office Arcade Nit. Phone BLAIR
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JENSEN EACH PHONE ISO-W Old Dl.l. HI.W. I fk'o
Adequate Service .. L CROSS._ O.M*u Stuart 185-J i


Depends on Adequate EarningsYour r =-

Oil SUMMER .SPECIAL Quinn's Store SCHOOL DAYS ARE : SEE

by GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION NEAR. LET US I II VollratFOR

Telephone Company i i. doing the largest Co.SERVICE 7" TaxiACROSS i .....- I Meat. Groceries I
volume of business in its hittory yet telephone STATION And Frozen Foods REBUILD YOUR
PRODUCE DRUGS
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continue to down INDIAN RIVER BRIDGE
earnings go rapidly. tIOYE1.TIES. GIFTS BICYCLE NOW
GAS OIL. LUBRICATION TO WILSON AT JENSEN
The reason is perfectly clear. While your telephone TIRES WASHING. POLISHING BATHlNa AND FISHING I LENDING LIBRARY ANDELECTRIC All Work PlumbinCRANE
EACH Guaranteed
rate hu remained the same for many CENERAL MOTOR TUNE-UP I I
$2.00 Up To S People : Jensen Beach I
years the costs of furnishing you service FUEL PUMPS a PARTS OFALL SERVICE Bill's Bike FIXTUR1
KIND PHONE*IS4SI Shop
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have increased. Wages, building costs, telephone H.. AS-st W.d.rd.p Or s...d.rAll. awns Pw F. CALL US FOB au
materials services all have been going Ralph P. Chandler TO_JENSEN PHONE 9131-J STUART PHONE SI. I At Stuart Taxi Stand PHONE ZOSt

r lip so fast that- DIXIE HIWAYWHEN I YOUR TRADE APPRECIATEDDocks J

7k* moont of Money Pail Out lo ptt.,H*

_ic. to Intmting titttr tAM t.. _lit or I
YOURS THINKING
T..ft lit Actually to/ep&OM/ oriw,iof t4fro Idea1Sport Robertson'sGrocery MOREGLAMOROUS

fcow.H In our kitttiyt CONCRETEBLOCKS : SIGNSI II _,

It is basic with any business that good service Shop I Seawalls NEW GLORY

reasonable To render AGENTS FOR I Birdseye. Frozen Foods
depend! on earnings. PHONE 103-M
"Wilson"Sporting We Specialize in Boat HousesAll FOR DULL
good telephone service and to continually ANDCONCRETE I LIFELESS
One Block .
South
improve and expand it, reasonable telephone ITEMS 'd Goods. Amoco Gas & Oil Ralph Types Of Marine HAIR

earnings are essential. lICYCi-ES FOR Ulmer'a Garage ConstructionIvan
sagI.
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f The amount. of money PM Out to providetelephone I I. L. DECKER HeadquartFishennen- the Jensen County BeachAt Bridge Taylor _
I Chas. BoxwellFRANK P. O. Box 474 Sh
service is faster thus For
increasing DIXIE HI-WAY-PHONS *t W ers "Com in to see aa"I PHONE Beauty
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the amount Taken In. I Ito a AKRON AVM

2 Telephone earnings are the lowest IN -

I history. CLEMENT'S"RESTAURANT EXPERT HALEROOFING BUT The Best
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