The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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tate "Offers Indian River Bottom PATTERSON GETS FAREWELL d I 'CHOBEE WATER Hollywood Whipsll I: !

t $200 an Acre for Bridge Plan LEVEL CHANGEOPPOSED Sailfishers Again 1ml I

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trustee Improvement* of the Board State fund Interns offered Opening of Bids I PRODUCE PACK Delegation, Attends Kiwanians Told STUART BOWS ,': \!

hiesday to aeU.Martin Count,,, For Inlet Work '1 SHED PROPOSEDAT Hearing Monday In Belle Glade Of Power Firm's : (;

bout 300 acre of Indian Rive FROM TOURNEY" ''I !

jotto'm for $200, an. acre to be Reset to Aug. 15 4 Preserve the present 14-11-,,.

weloped Into a pair of Island : water level of LaKe Okrechobee Plans BuildThe
nked with a proponed new Sealed bids will 'be and, petition our Congrcstimn to ,
ridge from Stuart to the At pass the proposed $30.000.000Okeechobee -
>suite Ocean beach Aug. 15 by the Army Engineers 44 waterways project Florida Power and Light

The offer wu made by th in Jacksonville' for dredging Be Discussed at Lunch- 14- was the stand the enenmanStuart Company accomplished a $19- Wallop Mandarin 10-0 ;, j'

;tat Cabinet Board after SenIor work In the St. Lucia Inlet, according < eon Meeting There Aug. area delegation took at a 000,000 building program In the Friday with Smith, : J.. I

Evan Crary of Stuart and / I U Col. Willis E. Tests, 14 hearing on regulation of water State In the past two years and 2 Homers. I : j.
of the County Oommla ir,.......I.1 surface elevations of the lake In i' j
embers iDS!.made an Informal reques Jacksonville District Engineer The setting -up 'of A" packing Belle Olade Monday based On Its belief In Florida's The Stuart SiulfiMherB reached ,

for the property and Inquireibotit Invitations to bid on the shed at Indiantown to: facilitatethe The hearing was held'al I' future Is planning to invest alike the end of the State 11 .j I II
work were sent to all known American Legion Hall under the amount each year for the I' ,
Senator the Crary price. said the count;:)' prospective bidders. The proposal receiving and sale of fruits tusplces of the War Department1, next five years, John M. Law, Jr., I tournament trail in Jacksonville t >.1 I :

imposed to convey two sub as drawn up. Col. Teale and vegetables by Martin County office of the district engineer in I Stuart office manager for the in unexpected fashion i ;Ji j ,

aged! ( area $,ODD feet long and pointed out calls for providing trowe,*' and ranchers Is under Jacksonville. Col. Willis. E. Teale, company, told Klwanlani at their I Saturday afternoon when i 'j 11' !

rod feet wide, running north anlouUi a channel lot feet wide strong consideration, It wall announced V, 8. district engineer presided weekly noon meeting at the Wo- ", I IEd I''
In the Indian River east and at least 10 feet deep across this week by official of Attending from here were Rep,' man'* Club Friday. the Hollywood/ Pirates acor'S| ,,I'
>f Sewalls Point, to a private, the outside rock reef at the the agricultural department of Marvin H. Rowell, Price French The spending will spread gen a 4-0 d edition at City j \' '

itveloper.Th seaward entrance to the Inlet. the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. president of the Martin Count erally all\ over the State Law Park. It was Mttmrt'ij second j V-'i.',

proposed bridge and Actual dredging operationsare A dinner meeting at the flem- Chamber of Commerce; County said, where the company serves tourney loss and eliminated) I! ;: .J'j', J <)

Miseway would be eonstructey <,d expected to begin around Inole Inn In IndIan town will be Agent U M. Johnson, CountyCommissioner 330 communities. In Martin them from further CompE'tlt'f, I,
> the State Road Departmenind the middle of Setpember and held'at noon Aug. 14 to discuss O. W. Shlpes, City I County' alone power. has been Ion. \' ':'//jjj

financed by revenue certl'IcatM should be completed within the feasibility of such action, the Manager L. B. Eurit Capt. TolejEngcbretsen distributed 80 additional miles I "Rfd" Campb'll tosscrt Holly- j
two months thereafter. and H. B. Kraft Into previously unservlced areas t
to be retired from the agents disclosed. All growers and wood's third victory over Stuart ,
The of the Chamber of'' since the end of World War U, 1
existing controlling ranchers In Martin County manager
ounty'i surplus gasoline tal In two weeks as he allowed thr
depth over the rock reef .Is In the Indiantown area Commerce. Rep. Rowell and I Law stated and a total of more I
credits In the future. hits, ;
a scanty seven
about ( feet at I French served as spokesmen for I than 200 miles In his area which I ,
The bridge would pass ove mean low water are Invited to this' meeting to passed only two and was neverIn f j.j.SaHfIRhpr. j.I'
nth the projected man-mad and when the work Is help decide whether such a eta.report .' the delegation.It extends northward to Include trouble after the 1st, inning. I

stand* In the river, completed the channel In this tlon would be worthwhile organlalng. was urged that' Oovernni I Vero Beach. Dennis Hambleton was elected <
Trustees agreed with'a price ,' area will permit the passage I Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Army Chief of Staff ((renter), bids Caldwell be asked to help get the He said power supplies now to the mound duties for Stuart r :(f\\\t\

>f 1200 an acre for the cotton of vessels drawing up U II Roy Segree, formerly operatorof farewell to Robert 1', Patterson at the airport In Washington as I proposed waterway project I are adequate for all tourists' use but was batted out In the) 5thinning iill ,
'I feet of water, Col. Teale said. Farms and recently after passed and also that the range and industry and his i
tndi suggested by the Oovernoi Unity Patterson leaves for his Cold Springs, N. Y. home retiring.as when the-Pirates seored ,'al
[lie State would take a first lien I I elected manager of the Lake Secretary of War,, At left Is Kenneth C Koyall of loldsboro, between mean sea levels be widened now Is promoting ever all their run, James F "Duck" .
but not reduced. It was ing summer tourist
Okeechobee Grower Cooperative Inereaa-I 't
the In consideration Smith relieved and blanked Die ''I
on property PHYSiCALED'TEACHER N. C.. Patterson's successor' ,
i pointed out that the lake cannot I Among the company's
Market at Pahokee. was expected -
of f the Installment plan paymen 0 "t --- Law eventual victors on three hits Y
----u t be controlled within narrower' said space
al an Interest rate of t per cent to manage the Indlantown the rest of the way. I f
limits than 3 feet and ably is the greatest because of
consequently -
Die whole deal was made contingent station should It be established.had Asks St. Lucie If the upper limit Is cut the continued shortage of steel. Singles by Hank Pennoclc: arid I
on approval of owners of NAMED Segree, It was reported has Jensen Group Horace Arnold and a walk to I I 11 i'
The oil
considerable experience In the the lower also must be dropped company urges heating ;; '
Harris loaded the
abutting property. That condition will result In in preference to electrical, the! Lower bateswith :
Senator said It probably produce business and would be two for Stuart In the r.. "
Crary put
Out SkeetersJensen water surface elevations In arterIal Stuart manager said.
acceptable as the most logical Help Stamp
would be several month AT HIGH SCHOOLMapp I and lateral canals consider- 1st frame but Campbell bore 'If ,
before details of financing the person to head this enterprise. I down to whiff Jesse Arnold on \\1 I ,

iland development and bridge, The announcements were Beach Business Men'lassociation caused to shrubbery by the oil :'making ably below the the withdrawal ground surface of lake FINE-A ARTS GUILDCHAIRMEN three pitches Thereafter it was t j'' :
made by R. A. Carlton agricultural -
onstructlon could .complete. Monday night empowered spray used In the St. Luclo ef a score-M| duel brlween the tworighthanders
To 1 Insure Board's 12 agent stationed In West water for irrigation purposes ,
until .Hambleton
Vehicles CalendarSet and Fred P. Abbott. the secretary, R. H.E, ,fort.The much more difficult a time I (
Palm Beach. .
; authorized a tired irf the ith. ,
page disastrously ,
cott, to find out what St. Lurle group when needed most," the engineers SET I "
COUNTY GETS$2,065SHARE. assistant general agricultural County would charge to end Its ad In the 1948 Fishing Guide,. said. Such "time" was cited Ed Webster's long double to J /" .. II
agent for the railroad, of Savannah !
mosquito-spraying units over and discussed preliminary plant left. led off the scoring; drive. ,
Miss Patricia Jarvls of Knoxville Ga.AERO the county tine and attack the for an advertising folder : as during' drought' or In case olf1m '> Dick Power, attempted ioacrt*< !
$ Ttnn.was named as, girls CORP/TRAINS" skeeters and ;JsandfTies; tlt1e, $ Among tJiOScJ> *ht was J. 8: Final-decision- on whether tc Fall Art Exhibit, Play Planned ftcp him to third, but after Ham- 0

physical'education teacher at Jensen Beach section. f Mlchael on. resort operator, who lower'the water level of the lake Skit Is Presented bleton fielded his bunt he delayed ;
Martin County High School for IN STINSON VOYAGER Member present stated thai has Just returned with his family his throw too long and both '
14-17 feet U
from the
the approaching school year at from 8-week tour of the present Allocation were'wife. A to Gordon .
fAX eradication efforts along Indian a of three committee runners pass
,OF NET 13-16: feet with a maximum of
the School Board's meeting at Palm Beach Aero Corp. today River Drive in St. Lucie had been West- Tm still convinced Jen- 11.2 feet by Sept 30 was left tc I chairmanships headed the business Watson crammed the corners -
the court house Tuesday after- called attention of eligible more effective than the local sen Beach Is the best resort opportunity meeting of the Fine Arta and while Campbell was at
i the
noon. today to the fact that the I in the nation," he de engineer Guild bat ball by Horace Arnold
efforts.. although It was stated for and at its August meeting at a passed
I Martin County received $2,- She will replace Miss Edith firm now offer Instruction In a that some damage had been clared.. change The arguments consumed most against of the I the Civic Center Tuesday night. let in Webster with what;; ,I '
Mi.14 as Its hare of Intangibli Glenn who will teach another modem 1947 Stlnson Voyager. .- ---- ... -- Named by President H. It. proved to be the winning run \
with than 150 engineers '
day more
subject The position originally Made by Consolidated Vultee and Jack Vlllareal then 11.
personal property tax collection I "BUl -Steff1nl were Mrs. W. A. Campbell
tat ,eat. Total collections In the was offered to Thelma Jean Aircraft Corp. and powered with Cuts MadeIn MOREHANGESCONTEMPLATED and,businessmen conservationists attending farmer, but Lippincott to head the membership grounded to Jesse Arnold at firstas i : :
county were $19,822.07 which I, Steiner of New Market, Tenn., a 165 horsepower engine, this More the Associated committee and Mrs. Florence the runners twice were held .
but she was forced to forego the smart 4-place personal plane has no decision was reached I mcitlonlcsi. but Ed Dickrrman I ,
ranked the county 20th In thi : Change DeBerry to head the repertoire /
Slate according to a report from appointment.The board Is awaitIng a service ceiling of 15.650 feet Press reported. committee. Both will clouted a two-bagger off the leftfield .

the office of Comptroller Clarence 1 acceptance by Miss Jarvls. and cruises at 125 miles an hour. U.S. Postage I proponents in the argued lake that had high caused waters select their assistants. Treasurer -wall and Powers and Wat- 1 I I,,1 ''It

M. Gay.Distribution. : Appointed M bus driven for "Veteran are Invited to take i David M. Mrashall automaticallyIs (Conlinucd On Page/ Two) ,:
losses particularly
the colored route were Richard advantage of the opportunity to heavy among I
$969,617 thiState's finance committee chairman '
McHardy and James Wesley. train In this modern planesaid Stamp Printing IN PO ARCADE farmers and cattlemen. Those WILL :, I,, 1'"
67 counties a* their shar contended that loweringthe and Mrs. Walter F. Davey business CCUNTY GET I i
of the tax collectionswas announced Five teaching vacancies still O. G. Johnson, airport manager. opposed level would hamper navigation : -I manager Is an automatic $2.572 IN LUNCH < i f < ]

by Day, this week, thi exist In the county and all are "We1 will make necessary arrangements and damage wildlife In the member, Jerry LaPointe was FUNDS NEXT YEAR "
Associated Press reported Total expected to be filled at a special with" the Veteran'wAdministration. Further reductions In printings The Improvements now un- named by Steffens to complete I \ 'I '

eoUectlon from the 1-mlU lev])' meeting of the board Aug. 21. of the current series of postage dcrwtfv In the Post Offlc1 Arcadeare area.A further suggestion: which, : this u'in More committeechairmen I Tallahawre.: g 7 Th&r" 'I!'Ii!.
The Edward Mapp Insurance be later. Martin Board of Public\! l' ;
on such holdings as cash securtt- UlllllllimillllHIIIIIimiimmillllllllll stamps have been announced the beginnings of the gained support of the Stuart appointed County :
lei, mortgage and other evi- firm was granted a contract 19 wily I It was decided that an art exhibit Instruction will receive ,;;
the Post Office DepartmentIn It announced was by R. y Patterson.U. ,
by over-all was
PITTSBURGH DUO plan group approxl'f'
the board'snine II
demo of Indebetdness amounted furnish Insurance for will be held at the Civic mutely K.yi'1 In Frd i
to $3,003,761. However, collectIon school buses and three VACATION ON BIKES Washington, It was reported this week by W. A. Llpplncott S. Sugar Corporation engineer I Center In conjunction with theOulld' lunch funds next year, I I '
In releasing fur. who called for a third major
expenses and Mfunds cut thi other vehicles after submitting a here this week. building owner lake waters.My tint stage production of Education ml \ '\ 1 :
States details of the work. outlet for the high
net amount to $2,701,644. low bid of 36125. Three other Seeing the United Printing of 'the 30 and 50- ther construction activities I this fall. The play to be presented mated last week' : 1 111'111'Dt'partmp.nt

The State received $ ,.028,383U :: agencies a/so entered bids. The via bicycles was the objectiveof cent and the $2 denominationshave The current devoted to enlarging theDanielis' at that time will be chosen The foundation fund formula ;
Its 73-per cent share of the board called for bids for sanding two well-tanned young mea. discontinued Is / Brings 9.18 at the Guild's next meeting at of the new school bill was used r
net receipt Before the countleiDt the'floor. at the Stuart school. who stopped la Stuart lua', been as haVe Drugstore about 51 percent I the court house Sept. 2. In the breakdown of the $74U16 I :

their portion.1011.143 WIN Bids must be submitted before Friday for lunch and a brief printing of 30 and 50-cent air. and addir-g to the rear ofDuran's During the subsequent, social In Federal funds allocated for .t 1 I

taken out as their contribute Aug. 21.The rest. They bad started from malls? This cuts to 17 the number Dress Shop. This portion withIn Inches of Ram hour Mrs. Davey was In chargeof public school lunchroom !" ,

t 10 the county of ficers'-and employes school year calendar was Pittsburgh'two weeks before of denominations of.the cur- is expected to be tompleted a skit in which everyone pres- Department of Education officials ',.1 I

'pension fund. set It starts with registrationof and had averaged about 1M rent Presidential series still beIng a few weeks. step Includes The wettest month of 1947 I ent had a part. recommended that the 67 I"" \
next proposed
,. only The .
The) littlest itenrof collection senior at the high school on miles a d. Wearing ended here last week with 8.18 counties contribute about $565- << '
expense was $176,635 in commitons Aug. 31 and Sept 1. On Sept. 4 shorts they were adhering to printed with 1 15 denominat a nearly 100-pcr cent Mal.enlargement Inches of rain recorded by U. S. g BUILDING PERMITS 527 In local funds toward the "'

<> paid to county collector! all other students will register. a nearly all-liquid diet with Ions now Cut out. Only 5, 10, IS of Magdalena the weather observer John N. Mann. ISSUED HERE IN JULY support of the program as Com I jgress j
and assessor Some of that wtnluck on Sept 5 books will be distri- their destination set for Key 20 and 25- ent airmails will be oney's Beauty Shop bring with the This total was almost 2 tnchee I Eight building permits with has warned that unless the i i "

Into county general fundi buted and assignments given West and Cuba. At night they printed hereafter shop's front wall even office.At rreater than that for June but a total valuation of $9.800 were States pr the counties contribute I,)'

a* excess fees and Sept I classes will begin.| slept wherever the day's end Newest commemorative to be front of Mapp's insurance nevertheless was more than half Issued by the City of Stuart and to the program future Federal ,' *|t

Senior registration dates are found) them substituting hammocks Issued to the Utah centennial released the same time the the diagonalfront build- in- Inch below the July average. Building Inspector John N. school lunch aid may be with- !;f{ /\

DIVER WILL TALK given In correction of a date error for beds. In fact\ they in Salt Lake City last on the section of has Mann recorded rainfall hereon Mann during July, It was reported drawn. if I,1; I''
which the Post office !
AT CHILDREN'S HOUR In The Stuart New last said they'd become so used to. week. Only a small supply of the Ing on will be moved 20 of the month' II day with here this week. Largest single The recommended matching >!), ,11 1'1

week, the hammocks that beds gavethem | Issue was received here but more a five-year lease the greatest precipitation occurring -, permit during the month was fund for Martin County was estl- y f
,Vim Jeanaetta Rue and Mrs. *___ no sleep., All ot which are expected. The. only other recent I back Into a right angle giving on July I when 1% Inches Issued to R. E. Frey for a $9.000 mated at 2260. r j'l'in; '
LEGION MEETING proves a long vacation CAN, instock here Is the Post Office more I residence in 2nd Addi- federal '' 1'I
>' P. Kinney will eendaci a issue still without reducing of rain fell. The August Besscy Last ar* approprla'f

children* bo.r'at".II a. m. Harold Johns post will'meetal be cheap. .; the doctors' commemorative, It window appreciably space Its floor space tverage 1* only 4.37 Inches. tion. I tlon to the State totaled $1493Nft!;,' i
at the -------
Wednesday aab.. Woman's t o'clock Friday,night IllllimillllllilimiimillllWIIillllllllll was announced on the ---- 950. i U J
A verbal agreement .1//
'viva.; Miss Rot win-provide new Legion Hall. .. ..---.J I The,I small-sized. 5-ccnt air proposed changes. has been reached Motion to Dismiss Suit
mail. Issue released In March
youngster Post
*.. yean of age 'while Mrs. Body Has $20,472 still Is. not'avallable' here as a Office with Inspector M. R.from Morgan.Jacksonville THE WEATHERAUG

Kinney will be la charge ef Mosquito result of the large stock of the itwas said. but no-action Against City Filed MondayA
those old apeelal-dellvery-slze Issue on
'-11 aid
year until written approval
H. B. Davidson undersea Balance to Pass to County hand at that time which has not ran be Is taken received here from the Fa 14 tho. M.toot... u.w-k 8. ..m4 eetb"' t"-Jd........'biJhe ..

will talk U the youngsters during ''wastransferred of'a' previous audit gave new JS-cent airmail, released last to whom Morgan'* report court suit questioning the tively show that the arurm".1 M.......
the A balance of $20.473.41 week in San Francisco Is expected ter of the action lacks 0.17 II by 72A
hour at 11 a. ... Aug. validity of the City of Stuart
Board of | a total to account for of $48.- was submitted. ... ,.. UA.
*at the club II.....Davidson. to the Cub dlsursementi over here momentarily Other proposed Arcade Improvements was tiled with County Clerk J adjudication. .. 'I". ., IIA.
who comes te Florida'la .thexmmer County Commissioner by the 664.21 totaled $2918140 ,- Assistant Postmaster Harold J. include completing R Pomeroy at the court house 6. The allegations affirmatively I ...: 8. to nA.
the five-year period .. 1011 "
te do Martin County Anti-Mosquito Schwarzel left on his vacation O. city show the plaintiffs are too,
undersea 6rk. which Included '$15.000 devoted the' concrete canopy across the Monday by M. Llttman A.. 6 N"A.
Will be ipensored ky the }Mar Control.\ Board which wa abolished )I to; purchase of U 8.:Treasury ytiterday for two weeks.' Osceola Ave front after-removal attorney.Th late to file such action. the dead-' .., 0 "INCHES AAINFALI... '.

,U. County Public Library. by action of a law passed ', certificate bearing 13percent of the arch. painting of Improvements -! motion 1* based on six line for same having long paw NON"fHflIDES.
of the State
seslon SALES
the 1941 LIVESTOCK ,
in- ed.
InterestAbreakdown Inside and repainting the points:
iOTAalANl B"AV Legislature I' TOTAL $92,191.Jacksonville is defective 1 6. The bill of complaint Is
"lanC of the asse.U outside and considerable rewiring 1. The bill of complaint .

, Approximately M Rotarlaniud This figure feature of the the book audit shows tax collection for the Aug. .'1.'NS-:( )) In the building, for want of the follow without equity.Further .
of June 30 1M7 action In the suit
as now
their feminine guests went ing essential parties: Attorney
netted the markets
to a beach plcnle at the Bouai of acocunt and.record of the 1 seven years. sold In that Interim Three Btate-operated livestock'sale totaling' BUYS BODY SHOP General of the State of Floridaor I* up to the plaintiffs, Pomeroysaid. Mioh 64 1.,* ;;;-Nr In St, Lw%
." Refng mosquito board a* mad by C. C. reported : attorney-of the 9th Although uncertain whether .talet. ft. the _h ....,.. ....d A4.4 .
the State .
I yesterday afternoon certified public accountant totaled $500 and equipment $02,109.61 last .week accordingto 'Norman Porter who came here TI... ... 0...IN 1N..4 add b bof _
:* place of the regular clut Callaway, cost $2,652.47. released by headquarter .I' with his family from Brldgeton. Judicial Circuit and bondholders any-tfte limit exist for an "Mulas. fw. birk .4 t b". 26
Of West Palm Beach. purchased figure ..,..... .. ,
wetlng at noon. The and who has of the City of Stuart.! answer by them, he said they let C.-Pi" W"kly by
I of.The audit also !Include a list of State Markets. N. J., January W. M, mikwk, H. W. W.
on Pan The \
1114116 the excursion In five boati His audit appear sale reported' been associated wlttx.W. R, Clark 1. The bill of. complaint U now could argue against the suit I 1I.\I.. 1,114.AWN. : .
the waa
Stuart New today., of equipment' and supplle .,tumed Bulk of dismissed and decision A... 'I .It.... IU: 4...
jartng from the ,West ,,1st Bt, from Arcadia, with Jar State In the body and paint shop above muitlfadous, or pf great divers being 0 ,11''" ... 1Aug. ...'
douta 1:44: aMvMturnlni Callaway' report ahowth* Over to the county,which wa Livestock Market, second -and the A&P tore, ha purchasedth on that point by the court would 101, I..t. Val ..u

*upper-MMe; The boati, I board In the last five of its won eon I pUed' by board, .engineer Quincy state Livest.ock Market' buslnesa from Clark. It will ity.S.. The allegations of the bill precede any further action Tb :::: ::2 It., .11..11-.I' 11.141 41. 1:1111.be* 46,11T too

furnished by. alub; memRunw1W -. year of existence had cash re-' Mark Wltham and verified by handling cattle and hog for a be known as the Porter Paint .> fall to establish justiciable controversy plaintiff could not be reached .... t. 44. ::21. u.. II lit
**, wa 'ehalr"wo eelpU totaling $47,075Jl which Shop. late yesterday for comment. A... II ..., 131
cash total of $1,539.28 Body
!of the excursion: committee. added to t2.588.90.Lake. from the Callaway. .

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( t'. ,''w l LEGION JUNIORS outfit Wednesday.'wilt play In Vero next I Sailfishers Will Play HOLLYWOOD Jesse Arnold

The wins snap i streak of I CLEANING
I eight sj-ulght: games in Which

i\t x \: jl II : SCORE 2 WINS Stuart gut an t-t tie and seven Continued from fag One) Bebee Setting

; defeats!seventh Puhukec loss here administeredthe July 30 Exhibition Here Sunday ton both scored easily Stud ri 's Pace Top- fotch: Work

1 winning 14-1, but Stuart Smith replaced Hambleton at

"h,' I'' h bifM-liall The.. American Legion Junior ed there last Su urday and travel-j -- -, thin point and got Hardy to fly to Bit Bebee, despite being on a I At Fair P Ices
team claimed Its second a 12.!5 triumph for win Bob Harrell on his first offer
organized what. Is reported as less Inactive status with
tftr 4grit vlr-ory: yesterday ftJU rI more or Our Hundred of ,
WPB OUTFIT but Harrell muffed the ,
,I 'r ,II' I WM\ when Vero Beach was furced I IAMI.'ICAN Joe!> of the better outfits In the chance leg and DIckerman raced easy the Stuart Sallflshers, continuedto
I GAMES TODAY Wist. Palm Beach area being the SallfUhers this week '
Itrt Concede atO forfeit decision pace
sf ed C
with the fourth
home Hollywoodrun.
l :: ; foe lark of t players 1 to make the LEAGUE nt'l1I'lyon' / a par with the Carefree in both the batting and pitching 'I
: i f hkoas, kt s I. Loot REJECTS OFFER Independents who whipped Sti-) Hardy on Jesse Arnold stands lSk
:1 t rchiitulu) trIp here, The local! (15.L5.land .. thHrvtttWE .__ J ; Chet Scott single before Wa- departments :
A .' -- '-'- -- y : ters popped fihlpes.
1,,[ :are virtually assured. of a first- categories. However Bebee Is un. .
If'' Hollywood got a man to third
4 4 ; OF LOOP 8 BERTH- class exhibition beaten In six mound starts while
< j"f DO OUR OWN 111 every Inning thereafter but Coun
: [ ; : At a meeting of managers of never had the punch to score Arnold has lost twice In nine decisions Ma

: ...- the South Florida Coast Glades and the two are 80 points .
I : ;11 lOGiGtccI League In take Worth, Tuesday. again. apart In batting '
I Clewiston Given Forfeit
'f'' night Eases was offered the The bog score The Jacksonville tournamentplay Phone ,190 Pr 0. Bo, _MX I

CRYSTALS FITTED) ENORAV1NO'9j Over Stuart al! League HOLLYWOOD hit hard all down. the line.
::4" ( 1 I : franchise Of defunct Belle Glade
for the balance of the season but w.Ne. rt .......... I I 1 I Iiwb.ll Hardest hit Individual was short
I ) ; W rOA51'OLADBS' the offer was rejected at a team ...' .." I I I/ IIliml stop Warren Shipes who sagged
i' .r I I I I I i
; 1\-1tAUI, meeting yesterday afternoon. Ulekers. I : I 1 1 II I 38 points and fell to third place

L ri'k ;Ci STUART ,Ii II' a.. .111 Pea JilL Eassa said the expense of the u'1: ', :.: :4 I ii'i iv. !i among the batters. Arnold took 1

,' 1o..Inn.n..... 11 a ,9.X507 aC entry and Belle Glades lowly .., : a : ::,.5 0 second although he too lost 1 IS !. ,"
II' ,
position In the league standings Woo It .J I & 1 : : batting point. Team averages
i : din I 501t.h. Pone ak ,
; 1 1I.
s !
IMPORTED asrer COSTUME JEWELRY Wdrth A00Mo which they would acquire upon split even.The fielding picked up scnu MOW+
.. ,
', I Fla .. S .457 01tIw. 0 00 entry were the factors. .if..i two points to reach .924 but the
:ti I \ActorArcade" SUart, .5"" R.. 4 II UI' r deciding 1
: .&. Hodp I ,I" .4HG0 II' Clewiston made considerable ,STUART batting dropped 3 more points lit ,r M. >. U'I
/ ,' r r11' ____ ___ AB a it PO A I: to .391 ** ""k>- i* 4 ',
LAST SUNDAY'S HFSULTS gains at the league session: It .o..li.t .,..., ..........d 4 0 1Oats. : /. .H4tHk. ..
rivvhtmi I. flllAIIT I forfollPumiMtti .. ., The : M daAo
I. .I t I I 0 averages .
was voted to award the lake teama '"
; 7. .sownnn.h I 16 th.n .. <..i.iI
: '; ; :' Jt1th Room Tile Tile 4k: ...Wo. tiI.. .I.. l rrftM,. .1H .... forfeit victory over Stuart for FM1.X : ::. .i tHA.oo4dV i O BATTING AH R H liar' An.! ...... M ..
and ,.
//11'11'I I : Asphalt tiul {p-! .11. U J ifwMINEXT : falling to appear for the scheduled 0 Lw Ameld>rr rf ...i;:::..: ::,.: 0Wtllna. 0 I l''Z..I.I '':.55. 0 n. I: ,X55 It ,: :.401.101ahlp. t I

-Xofso I SUNDAY'S GAMES game there last Sunday VH ... . .. ... dt.A .
.4 I aNun.h
I \ .. 14 0 .071P..n.05
< ; 1 of l'wrAw l I'nh fciw .. : .n :: :
j:1: Supply Belgian Tile in verso colors .k .
l1 :::
.5 1
.. : and p. 10 5 .070 t3i i
It. Pahokee
, 11 ,1' and S :'16 Commercial H .slur,. ., ,. *. '. Mk...... WQ"k." and Boynton "U. .. _.. .... ._"......1 ISO will:,.. ....10 II S 11 1 .151x.
\ ::\I" "I.wl'' ? ,. Beach all were awarded forfeit K r.nwt 0k < t IH Arnold ...11 14 H' 17 n .5110" r
't 1\\\\" : \\/j TIONS and SALES IjtvMMd r.m Innii. I wins for scheduled games the HonbOw liter II, ': :. : .J 0 : I Ignllk 'I Low.rr. ......11 10 II ,tl II ..."
P' / 45 I' II 1 .top
81111. .II
" V i, J,!! .k t, Dtainboarcls: Porches of Finished with the generally I past three Weeks with Belle 0 .... "I I I 1 I I 0(50.0 .. .,II It 4 II 1 ,.505OIefla

, J I t\i; ; ,,11" ,1 (liarry Tile unproductive tournament wars Glade which previously had decided i1i.:, ....,_.....11I S 1 I ..551,111
x.4.1.' .11 II II
FO\ PIERCE the Stuart Sallflshtrg return to to this a...... for Mimek ... .... ....
: : .: 4 //1,.Y.1: TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. quit playing year. --....... to 7tk_ II. 14 44 S 11
familiar t-- lor Xrurar li Ilkror Owen ...
more territory this week! All
remaining league members
)t'' / : .: Ir I I I :m
I' .. : ; ; : .: ;,", cu i E. HOWLETT with an exhibition game here at except Stuart were represented HollywoM'.ben.Inn1. ."...?.......... .<. 101Hlun 5t H.II o.n. ?,,?It II 4 t o .117" ,trllFAl
.. .._
:I' ", j :I I p. m. Sunday to provide the, at'tthe meting at which Vic- HUM' batd le-b'kt..r.0 t. H..d... Heed,.. ) _...,,-.1.,15 It 4115 I II S It S .505..510R *
Ii t ;1' P. O. Rux M81 Phon 81 118 N. 18th for' a league game Aug, 17 sided President Bud Ward of 50,000. wane-. I4Holt' ,=.J. 'Uft""oum 55,,. ....: : I: : I d .110 505155 llr
1 -H l.rt t I H H w
i"I' : == r 4 II Anne15 10 1 I 5 .04710s.
.... ........
'" I -- - -- -- Negotiations Initiated, last Lake Worth la on vacation, b..o.W1114n. t. Pie S / 0005a0
;.......11./ .. : : : :.005
( Doukl : ::
1.e.w.t.0. Ie Po.r. -.a e
night were completed this The .
mornIng rejection Red Rock
by .... l.a.pb.lto: I W..... W "/Iliml.8Krlflr '
\1* for a game here with the I Cola was believed here to mean .._Hirlr( H. AnoM Btryckmtt 'TadS ii HI 111 III l<< 505'(5..Twr
I "JOE"MOSLEY C...pb.ll I. ....,...
H nkM
I r1t Red Rock kf I b total. thw t. t.i.
Cola the
newly-formed league will operate with only 8_lth I. .H... M k.ll.-.ff Cuwk.ll. I. ...... MI 5,0.0 _..... I I 4h.4
I IIII team of West Palm Beach seven teams for the rest of th ,,n UimklrUio I. iff 0.lth I. Wild PITCHINOO I

'. t L t Red Rock Manager Jack Eassa: sason which ends its regular run pneh.Arnold. HimklMM I. a.... 0.4. h1-off Pn, ..4 b.n.H.H..b....... ...... ....._...t W S L. SO n W 11 gsa I It, ,
'i contacted last night was Aug 24 after Which the four 4 ..d 0 I. 4 1" ...linn, off snots w'"ei
top 8nKk ,5 500 '
g .. ... ........ .. : I: : :
/ .
a In.l. .
able to a tilt here Sunday teams will In U ln 0 ArmW i' : t i I 1 555Odle. r"t
compete playoffs ) .4.0.1 .. .. 1
.I\ agree-I and I.
; : PLUMBING oosltlve confirmation of As a result Stuart, Lake Worth ... .'... SW.,::. : a : I: : m:
wait gained today, and Pompano In that order will I. Arrold'. ...11 n a It. II 104T6onp.o. d..d1 '

I t. JOBBING lib, i CONTRACTING The Red Rook Colas despite be without a loop contest the The Stuart Sail fishers snapped .5 1 : ; : : I 150w0.r 55 i
their late atari this summer hive next three weeks. back: from their opening game HunbletmTPranxk .1 5 I I 5 155 .
lit"'I' I, PROMP EFfiCIENT SERVICE ,. i loss July 30 to wallop the Man- 5 5 I I Ibis AVfiv
I l I darin Orange Pickers 10-0 at
I 1 ;.t ne 308 Glen Myra Park Friday night. Arnold Blanks w FL.AM15 PNooertl

The game was the second half PALM /LACH
I International SterlingBulova of a double header witnessed by P

'J 1' nearly 1000 fans which was delayed New SmyrnaJesse

;' .1 Watches for nearly two hours soon *

I t' Highest Cast&For Your Car Keepsake and Wobds\ Art Carved after the first fames start by "Stringy":*Arnold prideof FOR SPEEDCOMf l : T, ECONOMY,

I l ., failure of part of the lighting the Stuart Sallflshen mound
I '{ Diamonds and Wedding Rings system. Stuart game dldn get
WON'T TAKJfcFIVE MINUTES corps, gave second place New THE
; started untU almoet midnightand Smyrna Beach of the East Coast I
i !
; \\i f a We ran pay you the O. P. limit for your Cal! which c. & E. WALKER ot 1:45.:ended at the unseemly hour League a sample demonstrationof I EAST COAST'S

r the quality of hurling that'skept : TRAIN!
I Cal is as much at cU get anywhere and OWN
1 you "DvWt" Smith making his first
1 Jewe Stuart In the lead In Its loop ,
f ; i 1 STAY WITh THE LAW era start for Stuart hurled brilliant- when he blanked them without tt
OSCEOLA AVE. STUART ly The helpless Orange Pickers
a hit for seven Innings In Vero:
I'' \ :; .1' i SUNRISE M :TOR CO. got only three hits widely sett' Beach yesterday afternoon. '

: '" Soitin tered 10 of them struck out and With a long lead built up Vero
h 1 .: ., 31".23 >ixie 'i- only one got' by second base rested him thereafter and Jay ,

: Fort Pierce: Fla. I V Telephone 190 LOT&-FOR: P PENSIONERS Smith didn't walk a man. Brown tolled the last two frames 1ACK50NVIUETO
Francis Tucker the first of
as Vero scored an 8-0 win. Brown I
"t ': f', $50 to'$200ATCRFRONTj a parade of four Mandarin pitch was tagged for two hits. Arn MIAMI i.

1 ; / ers, stopped Stuart cold for two old fanned six and passed two, I
Now Under Person I SuQervmon of Innings but wilted before a revengeful but went hltless In two trips to
f ", and $.. hit barrage In the 3rd. the plate.
; : EARL. I GF Paven\nt m front of every lot. A single by Smith opened the

:t ; i iI Owllil .war round and an error by Paul WU-

J holt gave Shipes Ufe and broughtup
; I St. Luc ie\|Bar Pennock whose single brought, li': i cinch to relieve TAKE THE

,, ," TTOI; KUBIN both runners home. Horace Rm-
I ; old and Lowery followed ,with ATHLETE'S FOOT
. .1 successive home run blasts over
{ lig AND GRS.L the left field wire fence to shoot'

f {' i DINING ROOM CLOSED TOR TTEA SUMMER Stuart ahead 5-0 and send I ( wiGl NEI A'BALM !

/ T r.- t '; Line of Choice I LIQ OR WINES Tucker to cover.: I 11eCur's
.lfi, An pop fly muff by Dub Blake' IEtE't AT IT OOES1N. 645 r0.. Leaf 15515e Fluter- lay 5* ,
I, and COR I ... .,. 5.515. 10. STREAM. Plot
p..M 1,4 1. .s
j'' : gave Smith life to start the Stu- .. .,. .rrd.NS his e. OIlIS. Meld a- r,
I. .M. hr. D5lo1
IJ. : FUGATE GREENLEESEngineering K 2-451o .15 501 eswu essay
art 4th and another 5-run rampage 0f Ih. "as.as.sM sstis5 Nasibwd d 105SM.o..o.0
I lshk .aM, .
oars AMkM'
I Harrell clipped a double I wi di 155055 4gMa
: 2 ... 4..K1.S
'I .IM 0.p .
4 to left center Shipes singled, ..h 5000 salts 0.05505f1 M S5.1r'
t : I SflTveymg, Blue rlntaSTUART home Smith. Pennock walked i p.w M 4'aa...0m0M.I 0.d.Ls ASk1S Cantos MSSr5M db

I ,J ; I'I'I Lowery and Jesse Arnold singled N ww. ,.dI.I W IS.., AN

\ i f I, Estimates Sufifcitted on Request in succession and Williams I ... .w t0. L.I. I SOMbks.f *soh lost' NOt

t doubled. Tuckers relief, Seward I TM rot Nw kw Po f Barthoff decided at this point' .al..v. 1114.M sr Iku h |m M the At' I H
j I:' 303 E. 4lh STREET R .1 M troub 6r 411n f /( flVB olual :ISAM W. ,. 7 M
; FLORIDASELFSERyiCR he too had had enough and ,. AM Ar sow w,
relievers Tka buklf $::50
INN I Kenneth td.oow Ids aid pr.wr irow 10-42 AM Ar1102AM Pe Inch ....l.. 459
and %
Fred .
iM1 SEYMOU3'S: .P 311 I ltd urn. Iawarr. IM to birakl Cobb l
I 1 Marjenhoff managed to blank 504 W.r.6., ./rNw kdpwi krrf WCOACHES : Ar. Le.S//S o
I dow I > Ar TlIIJIAM
O.M. .was. Ivn6.r k. :
1 ::, :', -t. Stuart through the 6th and 8th .aot6rR. 0015 0 ldawp wr0 PAST At. kOi a L 535

\i : I TB Innings 12:M PM Ar. M ?- ... 9
\ Mixed Drinks-Btffnon Draft LAUNDRY After Mandarin batted In the H.Ip Is.1 Rs k.0, s5eTnaqV U 51 PM Ar. V.I I
t Tttt the game was halted under fie :13 rM Ar. f rtMtFM -"-
: HEAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOX the tollmament'rule that If after kdl 0e 1h.w / d wits M b.lp Nwr.6.lr pn..a 5 DINING CM : Ar. Si2MfM to., 3 ISM
4 W..5 ..d wa w degl Ar W IsscOc
iAFOOD tV or seven inning one Nwrlb.la, i Ii.A roe a .I k P k.1.... C 2:19: rM Ar. UkI alb. ..,. L5 13-00
STEAKS and LAU D ALL team Is eight or more runs ahead TAVERN.IOUNCE. 251: PM Ar. Mi Lek ...1a 12 1 Rd
/i 'e t11T .Jaw 151W
the contest shall be considered wl..h..kr .. L.
Mar... 1 JO fM Ar ft*
ar darroy
Oe k.
OUR SPECIALTY THE CO LETS TOMATIC over iN eod.f 0M sow hl} 4 h..pt. 3:M PM Ar rWI4Mh4 -u Lew

Jensen Beach
M.ri.nboft U-. ..- 1 es1, ..al Jt1 kosl... erratss
f 5? OwnerLUMBER T 10 LB 40c W:shots Sk :.. : : : : & : : IMM, A. Woe MX"* j eg ,
: P. Tukn I Ik !_,.,.. eeMMOr..w IN. IM 3S
69 "ViSW-SrS, :: !i tA0

v. T .kn ..rf.. ._.. COAS
I sI' 1lip Martin Co Ellie i>Ik __- _t,.... ..S. I. I. _I NE RA'BAwMaaa FLOHH s
Electric 'Co.J ,
wll.a. w. 1 I I
ty ?'
Jaw N-ef ...:"';;;";.*1 : : :
M& P. T0eke0 'P ,oo.oa. 1 wu nq a 1N. IerroN n tt 5
w KELLER, B.rko : : : : 1001YNN OM
... /1".1 CO f0
b ] M .- .0 S 0 S t
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Dehon Bide. Phone 75 ft Appointment -
; s s i e 0 -
i ndBuilding -B.tUJ lot Wllk.lt! I* .tkSTU =

lip ."........,..- II' ART JUST RECEIVED
.i ,u R 10 'po A I suppLy OF ASBESTOS SHINGLES

i l ti i i r..S: ::lb rtore..s......d.5': ;.! 1 : '.L! Phone ,

FORj"EXPERT w A..... a _....... 1 I I' s 1

Materials 5..A.1: i.-=:;.: : : : 50 5 t

:: \'i..If.!p.4.-,4 : : I'05 1 3551.

pre more plentiful srlab _, I I e 5Se

Machine Work ii it.ii '; j
Shop .. Itr 15s1.p/.. ,
f t..' We May Have WhaOTou Need
Wodma. ___ .et 50. 015.o pAINTS
" ? For That New Home Be Jure to See Us $ "._."e IIIat 1LUD1I'AIfrusTII,

"'t CALL 33 AraoK RUM I UttW. Lew 0a--aNlpw., Pnaook. I..a.... DOORB
AL SHRICLEY, Mfr. t SJUART I I Arnold' Willi. t 8A3H ,
r 1 w* k... ._....IL WlllloM, SIkM.
U_ ._H. ,
r MrmtU. LMnrr bun 1 ,
niu- ,.., .I. Lrft M kim taro 1 ll1''
t East Coast Lumber .. cp I
Hurfir K" io v SkliM. I:
PM ock. 50.,111.. Hirr.il. St ck__ 'rwolUNGBIDING
Stuart Marine Service k> ankh It. kr r. Tuekw 1. kr b.thdt "
I, kr HarJmWff I. BM M "l 11>_ :
,. Takw: 18 .fl (utk.ff .. M I......
& Supply Co. .. ore H.rl>.>.iorf I. 001$ k"> Xulk ... I
0 Jokm > a> '
Incorporated ftl t *9'Ett: to'tr'.5'leh. (!
off l., In
h Hobe Sound Co.
Phone 22 Stuart, Florida .. I .n4 I hi I tanlnt...fl llwjM.fcrff Limber & :Supply ,
I maid I to I I/I Univ." P0r.4
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v "tHt iTTJAItT' KIWI, ST1iAE1,"Martha.Coallti FLORIDA, 'TSmiSDAT, AtCtST 7, 1M7 '-'_ MGI '' } r''
___ ___
LIVESTOCK GRADING e>sao ===-O--.lIoa_: =:::Ioa. PLUTARCH'S POSER ,
e fiJtuarl Jt1Pubillhed DEMONSTRATION Power Firm ''I
NEWS and COMMENTYOU A Roman, divorced from liii wife, WM berated by his
A demonstration In market friends, Who demanded: "Waa Bile not chaste WM she / I j''
every Thursday at grading of live animal was given :: :: : -- .III =oOOIesa. Suggests Oil not fair Was the not fruitful' Holding out.Ills shoe,

Stuart, Martin County, Florida. at the Everglades EperimenU: YOU CAN have your tacations in the,Carollnas What t ex-husband asked them : "Is it not new? la It not welt i I I

/ by Stuart Daily News, too, a al afternoon.Station in Belle Glade Friday would like to do would be to go to Nassau and take passage For Heating made? And yet" ," he added "none of you can tell where
Florida corporation. Grading was don with steers, on the mail boat! which calls on all the little "out Islands" pinches me a 'JI''JI'the
Entered ai second-class --
.matter at the port office mal at cow,. More slaughter than calves M rancher and yearlings and in the Bahamas. Billy Pitehford tells me it takes about SO Warm yesterday? ,I :I y'

Stuart Florida, under the Act) Interested livestock handler attended days to make the trip, that the craft U a combination sail Well, maybe, but the Florida it ':

Of March a, 1879 the session which was In and motor schooner, carrying trade goods as well as mail Power and Light Company pro BALANCED FEED I:;,', ..f:
A FREE PRESS charge of L.H.Lewis of the Florida -and that its .arrival a momentuous event at each of the viding a thought to cool you off. I, .
34" YEARS OF SERVICE State Marketing Bureau. islands That would be a 1 vacation worth remembering;, It, '* I.hk.

and ,he tit.... Dollr w... ....1 ._.... Lewis Will assisted by two mem but I don't want to take it in hurricane season. April or May You have '77 downright chilly I :rft"
PEOPLE tb. at..rt. ...Tlw.', a. nra bens of the Belle Glade station would be the ideal time. days coming to you each year FOR HEALTH r ,
FREE vmt .ubl/ Iw alurf. 1l1 556 hour of too cold for
lYll and! the ."" U M..r staff and a USDA agent.The demonstrations C *
Y bwi...h 'l.ii1.: eY saw 0.0te. d. : were the last of I NOTE; with interest that the Everglades newspapers comfort even In South Florida \ ,
toa.. eight given over the State the unless your house 1 II heated. TO YOU IN ,
wY, make constant reference to folks from the'Glades spend V COMES ft", .} '
.... .
11> I. 041.10. fnrw.rlr h.... W tho past two week by Lewis and assistants Feline color now?
,_ ...... PlorU ItenlomrSUBSCRIPTION ing their vacations "on the East Coast beaches. The Then, according to John Law, 1'till 1 r
Osceola Upthegrove famlly-there's a picturesque name local Florida Power and Light OUR FAMOUS ,
County Agent L. M. Johnson t tJ
'i eM A r.YRNNINOaR.LYUN... ... .. ,.:.'.:':' .:'.Ade.e4l.le;..o..1[ Y Y.n..art ..earsrNItAT : attended from Stuart. for you-are planning a vacation at Jensen Beach, according Company manager, It's time for : ;!i
to the Everglades!! News. This area ought to gear you to be thinking of the winter ''ll
RATES Itself to meet the needs of Florida summer vacationist heating problem-and with oil UXEDOFEEDS J
*.111' Otto **". .. ...................."L" ._ **. ***"-.........................$1... FOR RED EMERGENCIES CROSS PLANS not electricity. [ / I. 1

...{Idol. vets h.... n a Ileatloe. "". ...._... ........ tho ttht. C. b.) McQUADE of Stuart Hotel has really done a fine job ''The Florida Power and Light ,
b rrlee..e. abl.atloa.Al..d.ertl.awent.A..ei.l.d Plans were made for disaster in remodeling the structure", and'has additional plans for Company ha proved that oil I'
P.Iu..nl.. > YUtl.d. l 10 th. .. tor r.pablla.tbll, of .11 .. "
? for home la '
preparedness, hurricanes in par. making it even more Inviting! Which brings to mind that 1 heating your even ::1'':
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAW titular,at a meeting of the South the beat way to show your faith in Stuart is to Invest your time cheaper than electricity I '
P_. It ..utl... .aals.ie.lr N tho Y. for _uhl"..... at an .ho Florida Red Cross Safety Com money in making your place of business more attractive.If And the power company ha even nl'
_I a... ...I.IH .I. tb.u.II Y all AP ..... d'.h.' .. mittee In West Palm Beach Tuesday a olt of the "home-towners" had done as much to their written a book on the subject, Feed thafVupplies prop*- amount of vitamins and { f

MCMBLR AUDIT! *U EAU OF CIRCULATION Allen Carter, regional director properties in the past year as this comparative new-comer titled "The Bus That Came for mineral "V a nKMt'imdCrUnt part of success tn raising
for the Southeastern area,' Stuart would be a mighty attractive place, Breakfast This book, which
llllllllimlimilHIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllimlllllHIIHIIIIIIimill/ lllimilllllllMMIIIII presided. shows the type of oil heater stock otlpoultry. We carry the finest brands of t ,
best suited to Florida hornet, Is !
Representatives from eightchapter. DON'T set Stuart short. We're definitely getting the /
Meditation available at all Florida Power packaged feeU avail le. /
Worthy ,of in the Lake Okeechobeearea
inlet; the prospects for a bridge to the ocean are good.
and offices. The
I iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiftiiiiiniiiiimiiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l l l 1 1 I I I I i I I I I itHiiiimiiiiiimiimiiiiii I I I / I I I l l l I l t t I I l I I I l l attended in addition to representatives Add a modern yacht basin to that set-up and this town booklet Light also Company luggeit that you get / :
of railroad In the will be twice as large five from now as it Is to- OUR CUSTOMERS ;t ,; R
Everyone now, believes that there la in a man an an-) area.Attending from Stuart were years your oil heater now. before the NOTICE ,
rush starts. The
ating, ruling characteristic essence, or /spirit, which ismself. / Carrol Dunscombe. chairman; a power company Ii Iij
Hlronemu. vice-chair does not sell oil\ heaters but It
.,This spirit, dull or' bright, petty or grand' purer man; Miss Flora Stanley,disaster WHEN such a'man as Robert R. Wason of New York, ha suggested to heater manufacturer WE AKf NOW OPERATING ON / t 'l 1 1 V
foul, )Jooks out of the eyes, sounds in the voice, appearsthe nurse, and Miss M. K. Shackel- chairman of the board of the National Association of that they Increase I :
manners of each individual, It Is what we call per-* ford, executive secretary of the Manufacturers, buys and plans development of a 85-acre their allotment for this section 3AY PER WEEK I, )\\j i
quality, N Charles Eliot Martin County chapter.Also pre tract in Stuart, that should renew the confidence i of all of Now If you're still feeling a tDELlMY ;
'.. ''''" "" '" sent was Oeorge Costello, gen' us in,the substantial value of our community. mite warm, Just remember you ; ;:
AND OF OPPORTUNITY eral field director for South have 77 chilly day coming to SCHEDULE f
Florida. WHWERE else 'is there anything like it on the East you,. even If the weather man. 1 I'S
I Give the tourists what they want. "
{ won t tend you one of them right "
Coast? Although it sounds monotonous to repeat it, we ,
$ ,Be a partner with nature in producing. CIVIC CLUBS TIEDIN have the most beautiful waterway set-up in Florida. We now. 'ft 1 I ;'
{Those two sentences, in a nutshell, speak of the great SOFTBALL PLAY are going to grow. A road up the North Fork will FRIDAY: I. Stuart and Palm City I' 1:< :
waiting right at hand here in Martin
iportunity County
residential possibilities. ,Never lose faith in | .I''
anyone with ambition. The Stuart civic clubs' Softball open up new CERTIFICATES REDEEMEDFive MONDA S.. n Stuart and Safer o
this section.
,Q-What do the tourists want? series stands at one game apiece of seven property certificates ORDERS
A Good fishing and hunting1 Beauty and AlICe with the tie-breaker PLEASE COOPERATE PLACING YOUR
] quiet. now expected EVERY SIGN points toward one of the busiest winter for which application "
to rest. Health and happiness Adventure and ro- to be called for a Wednesday seasons ever. The Chamber of Commerce is answering had been made for tai deeds TO TAK ADVANTAGE OF THESE DATES 4)I
ute-yep, even the old ones, afternoon later this month. Rotary were redeemed according to law .I ,
? months aheadof
dozens of daify-in August, three
about ? squared the count last week inquiries : before the certificate were
Ji Q-What can we it
f A-See that they have some competent guides who when they claimed a t-0 for. the start of the season. E.L. place on acutlon at the court Now receiv r fresh supplies of quality seeds, True- ,, ,o f

ifl take them put black bags fishing, river fishing and felt win from Klwanls Rotary' house Monday. A base bid of $39 man fertilizers and farm ':supplies. t.o t.-
turned out more than' enough submitted without
was competi-
\nail shooting.. The sailftahing is well taken care of. Make
Build attractive players for the game July 30,; Shortly before the war Stuart was made eligible fora tion at the sale of the two unredeemed \ I
u),town more beautiful. tourist accom-
but only six Klwanian showed $75,000 post office structure, but with the general cessation certificates
dations and rent them at a' fair price. Let Nature, our 1'
alight and ocean breezes and that beautiful Florida I I up for the scheduled" 3pm.; of civil work by the government during the war-time STUART FEED STOREFLAGLER I
clash. Klwanls took the first
icon take care of the rest.QWhaddayamean game six weeks ago t-S, period the community dropped any requests for the feder 1U1LDINC rtXMIT '. ,

be a partner with Nature in pro- Improvement Par Carl i**>hlnny. W..4U. .* ,... AVE. 'Y PHONE 210 ''I : \
uclng? U IN ACP PROGRAM Now that the war Is well over, and with civil projects .,,.hdlvno.. '. Lot II_Moil. 4. for __*lrivfraw I'',:111f' :111\1, '
A-Just that, Plant stuff in the ground." Trees. Squashnd Eighty-two ranches and farm doubtless to be resumed again-especially if there is a V*... (...t.n... M sat 9t J'': ,: I
"recession" it might be wise to look into this matter.
onions Hibiscus and bougainvillaea. Coconuts and In Martin County are participating again "
oyal palms. Watch 'em grow.In in the 1947 Agricultural Conservation As the News Understands it, we were deemed eligible "'1"rt II
all seriousness, our double-barreled opportunity Program it was reported for a federal post office building, 'were placed on "the approved i
totake full advantage of selling to tourists the glamorous i this week by County list," but no money was appropriated for the structure .'; WATER q', ;I
(ucation appeal of romantic Florida, and to make our Agent L. M. Johnson. This la .
art of Florida produce more commercially valuable farm considerably more than last If the town really wants a new post office, it will have t '
roducts and those "aest etlc products" which give Flora rear, Johnson laid to go after it just as vigorously as it pursued the inlet Issue '
charm when they grace our own yards. COUNTY COURT BACK but the preliminaries have ,been cleared In fact, Har Re Corrosive : !

-----..... **'"- -. The August term of county post office gains through the war years 'have held steady ,
WIATIVE PAYS OFF*;- : court will open at B:SO Tuesday since, which would be a strong argument In favor of the For xper Advice Consult H

lust "plain ''business* is the mainspring of morning at the court house with structure. ,
ordinary: Judge Arthur B. Clonts presidingat The first question is. Do we need a new post office?
successful small town and it Is interesting to note that
itiative and imagination- today as always "pays' off" Intsmesa. drawn which up.time The the last docket term will which be The second: Do we want 'it badly enough to go after it? KEITH

concluded May 30 statred with a FORT RCE FLORIDA
One instance which Comes to mind (Is the small filling USEFUL ITEM "I ,
docket of 112'case... :
antiknock into their automobiles when E
ation on the:federal highway in the Bessey Addition Some men pour I' {

irchased News yesterday about a year that ago he by is now Henry doing P, Lyons.approximately He toldhe 40 STILL STUART DELINQUENT DOGS they Berkeley should, California.Ly'ons'be taking. it themselves.-Rotary Revolutions, EAST COAST WHalFs R CONDITIONING CO.I' I 1

I times theVbusiness of a ,year ago-and has frequent I
000-customer days. He attributes the successful operat- Thirty-flve 1947-41 additional 530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884 or S32.W ;
I' I
licenses Issued ,
n to "giving the public what they want when they want dog were ky I
the office of City Manager L. :
I The newcomer installed a 24-hour short: order restaunt B. Runt durinllal,1t wu announced ImperialService I !t'l..i
service which stop night traffic People who buy ;,
Monday Eligible canines I
burgers buy gasoline He attributes heavy patronagetwo were expected to. have ( I J ,II I
specialties: "A milk shake in which we give extra the Cage by July 1, bat In view Station .
lue and the fact that the American public still wants a of the few who applied Earit : :
Elec Service
od nickle cup of coffee." granted a M-day extension U S. Federal Highway Stuart Florida Pic : ; ;

Another instance somebody doing something to the deadline When It lapsed \\7( the Bridge in the Betsey Addition) ,
ake the cash register ring Is exemplified by Charles last week with some 4* of the Ii II I
yer Beyer started a bakery here a year or so ago to fill I animals. In the city still unregistered \ DELICIOUS? WESTERN POST OFFICE ARCA E PHONE.n 1'' ; \,
pressing demand, and it has been quite successful Now Enrit was noncommittal -
their fate but the T-BONE STEAKS $1.50 j I, ,"
had an amusement enterprise, a skating' rink under on I : i iI

wn nvas Road."I at the. corner,of the federal highway and Indian- understanding still delinquent war had better that those stop. I WITJ;? THE "TRIMMINGS"ANY me Fr ezer Headquarters I ;, !' 1\\ r,!
I' : L
figured Martin County folks wanted amusement," In the for City a Manager$I chat stalls soon while In atorlYlIII VIME-, VE-RE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY '. ;'j 1 "' I:
s told The News arid he right. 'e II t
was mood! irst In Town : I !
,The rink opened) !last Friday night,' and since then ,5e : 1'' ". I:
Jndreds of youngsters and adults have enjoyed the fun AVithTheNew I ; I '
coasting along on roller skates. Beyer saw an opportun "
end had the initiative to do something about it..

YEA! EMPTOR,"* ; iJf iJft.

,1A little man walked to the box office, bought tick t, i PHONE 276 Deepfreeze
'd went In. A few minutes later he returned bought an- : !

her ticket;and again. went inside.' Three times the same i 't ome Freezers 'i I
jjig happened. By the fourth time the girl in the box : t. n.I
was completely perplexed and asked : "Why do you' ') I
*bUying tickets to go into the theater?" ', '
"It's not my fault" replied the little man."They keep FOR Larger (fapjscity Lower Cost JJ.H
"ring them up every time I go inside."-The Link.' QtjICK. ,

:. .DEPENDABLE Three Great Modemfrom Which to Choose ': ,

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Clark's Paint *'Shop //1. I IJ I I'i

Yea *re hale them he veiling new Deepfreeze; home J 'i

freezers! We're the firs\ in own to be able to show join .: '
(Over A & P I nd Floor, )
the very 1 sun home tee Ar style t. i beauty b .con*
HAS BEEN PURCHASED BY SIGN SERVICE!,! venSemce I. utility I CeaaXuVday and aee tho leader in

homo freeJeril-- the (talk of tn% homo freezer field.



Pain KING SIGNS $Ca.ovabb Storage I'' Adjustable Teon Dial Light System.Counterbalanced a,

&, p'SPEC 8aeketa two Control : .Ud t

,'Ie.. c. 'Tray and and <%mbler Lock vs

( IN Se Tray TemperaViro, Indicator

Auto PaUam A .-.Metal Work .235, SO.' DJXIE VrUAjRT, FLA1. MOTOR I'I'I
CmUan MfcJ. Slip Arvra *% t Sport Top. ,0 0t FREEZER




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t glrU t sOd. Cosel at Rho c..$ Nssss ioriI It_-Maadar. a- tI.t da' or Sootonifcor. : A. --
1 Redo
wrap .. ..... ...... if sue lb... ...... >4T| Staart Now. to kmkrkoro Posit 5h5555 "
steady, all year round I days, ube ..,",U. and proeeedlnfi., for : .: : \_ ... :
I hours. No I HOT ...RII. "' 11 55,0 Ie& inel of hoods. of laid Indlnntewni ... .1oaII 55 ...110.... .5.0 _010 .
/ as Federal High- jMORE'MEMBERS ... .. 1_. __.u.. ooohlo .booWrFNR$5s.I51OI05C55rkOI -. :: :: : :: I :.
D.. pemtnakove etoled.kvr 1ft ,
'Y: way South I It Puzzle ... II A It I. "I N I.o ..r15 i ._..;: ... ..... ..d ...., nlo .. ..11 .. ..... ".10 111., yusfSA
I \I' : ,. A & .0... PsWsrL lbs. .._ ..Id not bo .. ...._ .land Irlw In rata Cllr: :: .

: CA33FID l f m[ iiuiiiiiiiiiiimnliiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERVICES It"' "' "' sdiudl4se. volldalod mud _....... Martin. Oounllt StaH of Florida.. aaldOourt '

\ OFFERED ACHOSS It Cm CetortdeIt t I. Z LJ 1 C ... IN. 15051 1 AND ORDERED In Ckamkei ..d Ik* offuilal NOt of ..Id Coartkl 110: '(:" !J T-II.:! .. J'Lytl,

I I HllllllllllllllllJllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII L ItMombl Sower*'* MeJeekoetSi. ,. I it 1:1.: ... A CLUBThe .the. 010.1 4110 .r Nsrtls of Sums Coon. ,)lit. pismids!. Sib. ((ClaIM. semi.?dar COURT of J.lr 011.0CoOl A. D, 4t4tT 000s1 on.e Csusssts.Sonoo.: : : "J.

UW at (he Majestic i rartofkro7 lUpUea .. Z itA E leE NT A I : :
... Anelral Crush TT1St A. o. WilltLcnolt wi Cimsil Cos.4.Br osshu Tb Olos, .H::: 55
t I Hotel) all work guaranteed. C. 'ta"'U": city; It U I. E .. J._ DOROTHY nEars, 51 sssosi .151,151,. .::

RATES: 2e FIR WORD ORDINARY II, Doengrl Box (73,. StuartJuly =15 it r uc.iII : ANDREW. a, PAmuoN, OUOHTKMOK. ilopsip CoOk.T. ." riiR.ssisIienj. :....
itL O..A. sOdaAtOm '
.' I MINIMUM: lIe FOR 11 Z", Jl. .Jug. 7BRASSIERE masaw : Dispatch. N 0 U I T membership committee of for Pooltisosi.PsI. ':. '0., (,'::. ., .

WORDS; Sc Flit WORD CAPITALS -- THIs M.b.of.' .. Build....!...f.j4t 1'.' co E hI S AD" ,..'III!!! 'Uh Martin County Golf and _._._..__IC. SI, ... 11'1.ADVUTISUlIUIT. .'i :: :: 11. a.4 11. *040. II0jYYOndo:: 01 TzOsiuleo. :'

; MINIMUM: lOc fOR 11 Girdles Health I' Aa :: Devoured ;ri ,. It Dill po I iI.! .... 1 = T Country Club will meet with LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

I WORDSMtlllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIimilimillllllll. Garments Individually designed :: 41: Cav* arch.I* ... v [ W I It i. P.. N 0 A temporary chairman Arthur H. C II'' ;''I N LH co l' OP THE COUNTY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER BoAst'
,It. Toward Ui* THE 01)1ST) ,
by Kplrella. Free dlagnoi4 ILOSOISe H 0 I: I It... US I: : '
: ; nioulhII Chappelka at a place to be decided JUDGE MA IN COUNTY 'LORIDALH FICTITIOUS NAME NA I COUNTY ctn,
? d' ; ; '1 .. MrJ r T; C. Knowle ... 'tr. Comparative AND, T L S E: 8. T later at t p m Monday. it THill aST 1O' IIBTATEI NotlM k bomb, elms. that Ik.orrateiwd ,
llrII. : andln orWlU.lAM UOMP tk> nmtolonn" of Coop-
f APARTMENTS FOR RENTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiimiiiiii Phone SlJirt 3.W. tf Poor sou hot 41 lmtioewn1I ..... was decided at a club membership S. 1' CLI.DlICT.AOED I ... !">!. .UM of Florida. ASs of LEGAL AD

*. Bird both 41 Kltautkorlto meeting at the club house ) 1141. will natotor. wlU tko. CUr. of TISS

: LET IS glvf you a free demonstration M. t4.estlsd II: Whll.U It Ia.t Indian' DOWN last .night Other members of NOTICE 0' U. TION 'OR. fLHAI.D tko.. ClrtuK.. Florida. Court. npon la sod roMlpi. (or of Mnrtlnantr proofof LH ,OO ', t

; If the Lemini ipllt pulaa hisooko ASGECOuebotb .. .... ...... .. ::itl{ 0101400
: new Runuey tU Qrk Ulan* :: I. ..b.. of this tof t.tollDM r/ : ,
the committee the Rev T. I. .
Blower rt 14 CalllorUI. ..,;:.1Ir: are 1.0. .os .11IOI1 Psotu. O.57tOe-
j Electric: Hits high grass 11 Circuit I : : baa r..ori.. JEWEL
I. I. Ulndttvarmants Oeary A\ P Krueger William 11:11.-: I. Wsouo P5.051.us STUART SHOP' :
:1' : and toum needs. Bess Hard I Near '1. Por'uau tuisr .&. Craftr: Adniol.r.0'Is' 5 tOM05 51 Wil.b0 ndrr vkkk I will oanco ,la knilnao.luvlnl eaT1itrl: ABTHUR N !
'. .I 1 M B.aou CL Cml 47. WltheraTiff .. Heathena. King and Zack Moelcy I. P..I. Doe .0. iscsb. elms -r priarlpal plaol of kniliu.1 Inh. INOTrE
are Co Phone 31 tf "lorl4.n.h .55100 (haS ... .... I oltO 515 H.s.onhls Ouiktrnon ullal.i. Martin, Comitloridai
-5-rr <. Automobll* Aim of the committee la to I AnIse R. Clo Coust, isdesof OP '11.1Iie;
In'j ass tko 5.4 ioioeostod .
t.. { tr .1 m REGISTER for employment 1, Scandln.TlanI Initiate a new drive for memberships NumSis 05.51,. 5 da'huoI :.ld: bio.ss 50 BA YARI CON1' : : ijin
..._ a-too. and Po j u. 01 RosA: of '....... ......... 514.4
: yrr? Q m i.t'n'; ; in Q ..aAllAVIir through ituart Service at our F'F L.r lon,,,. -to keep pace with cur- sod 10 5.. .u.lI.hln".h NotloS. of ..... 00 .... 5510554 .is55tsO .is a.sojrs.. .to kr...., 11 lou! .... '
'f offices III the Krueger _1__._ LAwoflouI rent expenses, it was stated "oal) irsom usC P.0150 lor DI...,... ... suidJI551.Os. tOI.d' oirfln.1 MuriK
I Bldg jo..I... ELIUIIETII LOLA WAil N I'OWIILLfOOTE. : .ioislmtoIo. C T, A i 5.
J m ,till !111r Phone 41 TV for Snappy Service I Chum Treasurer R. B McPherson reported Jly ... II.IALTOHII A.... t. I.. 5041 C'OHTDI. .1., Artkwa' D.lkt: ': *. .1.
; :
10. Ro bolt tsioorle Elholotb Poosli
59 members enteredin : os
: .. ut now '
of '
al kinds. Ia.
". tf
I ( a. : .. : I final '
1L Ornament** 5. Admlitoimrlx I ofttCAL I.iswWIllIss LEGAL AOVERTISEMENTHANCERY dlohsqen. so. ''h.. .. ,,
.lower anrt of the club. McPherson resigned I. 1'11. Poooa iI0I5osit4Tlfflnspr4. J .

F : Sf.I\lSQ CHISE SERVICE: m> r.n.II ...alln. his position last night due to 'u". I. IS. II. ... IN THE CISCUIT COURT P05 MARTIN r.: u :
f HiiMw :
Out .
IOIRTAIMUTMENTS Modern! ,ouroldtre.adl.withan E..... h.p04II press of his business and he was ADVEHTUEM COUNTY OTATE No. OF FLO0A .....' of Mid 11..1 r t u.

r .1' electnService La.I.l.or, Fence .ol ofrIb..".,"JdVJBlurt. ..-
motor Parts and replaced by Mayor Phil UA MAY )
r I'I'L L MUAK1 HOK1I>\ so. a. = 'hesodIT : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN ., II FOR 305001750pl.iitrr, Ohores so Ast'IIlo... A..I".
t i ft [ all makes Addren.Boic i It was decided to adopt a plan MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA' vs.aoYCl C.T.L.0555.O.IOssf.

I'' euIy I llrttirated. rullv I.quippedllmisrkrrpiiif 19, f rt Pierce 400 So ''S A.latl.alm 4nioiirmM whereby memberships could, be IN Kit IN CHAnctav; H. TowseigonI OsOohi do'o.s, '"

I'' Apartments I' 18th St. lone 1113. r F' 11. CI... exchanged for debts of the club ADOPTION Of 8HAMDA OKDER TO A)*./LAS.4..tl A. AstiloOt .... : .. f;

.' IOW !SIMMIR RITtSM Aug 7', It, 7 ZI.t '5hroolinooltp Iltran.' .. providing both parties are agreeable LUC COCONUT S THE: STATE UF FLOWDAi ihs BoOM 0' sos,.. .. I Igvssu
: T. l'AD.fT.Irr.: : ; :- ii fr' IF 'k M..., I.etorinu ORDER OF PUBLICATION; '0 KorwH. Towaionjr41IS B>.k St" : :
4 The question of giving honorary to Joko Lo Ck...yC AIU.U.oppoor 0, CO. Oct.S.. I... cisoT. )
t II. eon elL
A.k ..
.. _Telephone__ !. __DIIIisIIupIIIIIuIIIuuuIIioiiiIIIHIIItIIIIIIIlIIIuI_ _. __ PAYROLL B40K-National lyc - W 11. : memberships was tabled Y... .ra ...... __.d", .. .. d IS .is bool, 0,40 thoR. ... sen _, 55r T.' A.,. A..IlIa.. Moais0
n. tem for weping ware and ; ; 41. ..=:: IN ho ClrCHlt. Coiiri of klCou.tr 1 .ul'" Is see's. so t..kor I.I ISJJ .
OntO the club Sept S meeting .koforo U>.. akoro edUtod. U Florida..fc.
41. Humblai' riorlcU. it Slmrt. d" o>url Ik.. .
I !hour, wlthlftlding tax and social ; .... Obtain, Pence's that Inventory Wod_d>r ... l1.k d.r of SWrnhflI bIll 01 .......... II ...1.., iron for aIrorto P. July It II, Aw, ; ; wd IIi
FOR SALEIIIIIIIIIMIIIimilllimilllllllMIHIIIIHIIli k-ecurityireports, when you i4' %3/S&9 M.TOIIt suggestion an lilt odock. P. N., *> sIn ..,% dl .. tko. njkvw ...od otolntlff, i: LEGAL
I Ru..I..a of all property of th'eclub If nor ro kivt, sAy tko. r.Utlo. MLI .d I. 'kl. .... 1 ADVERTBEklElnCINTJ ,
I II I have If of mart employees.See ( a.... n....'.' owned loaned to it be, r SMpkoMoD. ClOd' H 55.. Co.ilprarlnt T.. ....." H. to horokr. ....1 ..Iod''
j', I u* lod.f. Ask for these at Utak by or ....1 k. ko pomilttod. to adopd8k. .. ,be sosopu .ta wklck .hi.. ardor' RUOlVTION TFRINC 050

FOR SUEI:: Wringertyper the Stuart lews office. tf "-trn- I - 14. .ClrailarlnalM. ,,(00'' made was adopted. Pence and I .. ,
ashing mathlnr i Martinounly McPherson were expected to I FMr of ,a. ckouM Hot kt e'usi.d.ii IRA.8it .
5wrho.rF U.. .soobis. A. O. lssu.eOslo. :
r : srI'a to Curtis Ordorod boo this 0. ,
I llrtlnr Phone "5. DO 1OU hat I trouble with your ftratrkIT make such a report next week. 5,111.1.0. S Ouob CoO Conr .... of ..... sl0d. .s..l 0,1 rr RFjoiVtn. : i b, Sit i.
Malt. liquors 5 sSI lb. I In 51. cli' .e as'" County CoimilMl-iefK of
Alel hens not laying: Then we M. a I -- .- 40. Clt'l" TEAM of moml I slnulstlon publish.sO U41. Uon. .... null "I.. ..
Hess Fin-almin. Stuart Feed : : : : VETS GRID I In Btgmrt. M.rtlfi, County. ,......... .. nltorod end ..' ..UM
UlnnnotaDAYTONA I. POIIERO' .hll.. h
; Dolt !SMI.: double.him .
Store | tf MEETS TUESDAY Stuart C I 05 isiS CostS. 05.51. CsssS Coui.tr, 1'1....... I'PSECINCT w,'
f I Rdinj top Hinks, Martin Florida.. Sib... Hit ... of Julr' 1141i 5.

Auntv.\ Lin:: trie, lit'him ltidj.Aug. TRUSSES, fiastic stockings, COUNTY WILDLIFE I A meeting of member and Interested Al Clork of (h.. Circuit a,. POll Court IROr of MutlmCooMr kr F, 0, ct.EvgLAND.li-mute Cl.b. NO. |

7 I IRepeating knee pads, fhkJets' etc Stuart TOPS OFFICERS ATTEND of- the Stuart Florida It,; t. ss. C. 14, II.ADVISTISLMENT. ...IA.I.. al II" "" 55
__. _. I I patrons (Circuit. Court Soil) Osoio.lrspesoh., li-el
Drue Corp \ tf'SPENCER I ORLANDO SCHOOL all-veterans football team that i or: DOROTHY PIERCE Keel Cbeet Roilsot:I IWfono. boOs,
: aholgun new' II Doputr ClrrkAu shsooRfth.Ot, 1,1.. lIonS'
'ondi'l' compiled such am amazing record I. 14 II 4 IS, l.<7. S lION DISTRICTING CER .... ....... 'u. IA.,.... ... ,
I tiun.;;,16-same .ilh I'oly choke. SlfrORTS for women DODGERS 32The Ralph Merritt and Ralph W last fall and winter was held TA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ocleol.oeShoOmebSioosltI. '

I I ess* of shells, $oj. RCM Hardware Men jkelts. Luella Downey Hartman Jr.. Martin County, LEGAL ADVEaTISEMENTCountr Dl ICTI OF MARTIN COUNTY, Loris "'_ So ti.. 0.oh,51. 0
,I I I'I I 1101 (* Ave Fort at the Civic Center Tuesday F A. Av...' !I. 101 "0',..
ango conservation officer. are amonl soiss5.4 0,4 ...
0 I ..
AFfiDAVIT UNDEa FICTITIOUS NAME R5.OLVCD hr Sb. a-s.d 05 55 10.5 .II.
Ll' L.--- Pierce Phoie 197-M for appointment. the more than 2oq State wildlife night. Coach Forrest Ferguson STATUTI 5:5050, olosIoss,. Sf No'Us Csusl,, ....". ..." (1. I..hoolp 0.Sontb.ost.l .
''I I- : -. --I U Stuart Dodgers suffered 01.'. 05 PIsrid.' I Fi_.. I Counur Coaioitoitooor. this.lcI Joff..... h..... ...... ,
IOR SAI KJ: C,-I: Home their second straight loss Sunday officers and honorary game wardens presided : of F.ln Boa. tu.Th. 5, scsI S. d and > of Martin 4.10.. _lot
f.r..ze..i from South and Central Reorganization of the outltt ......l...... M.4.r ....... mesS It C tr. Is. ao korok* todtotriotodnlklo. 1._ .100 ....., Ii.. of I IHI.
I, cubic fH, Martin (ounty tire IlllllllllllllllllllW 111I11I1111I111111I11111ITED as the Daytona Black Crackers .to tko In....... of lk. ............. to urn (Is .4.0.. Sbns.f or. hsobr ..... his 1: Iknm rul Ierlr
trie .oro 4a a .__ onof ......... ...... 'ISoOn so so .0 cuosse Co.ss.iu.iss.qsis' sloe tke ocntn JIM.. ot I IHISS.
I and tomorrow for the Game I (low e-thi.' uSoso I 01..1. I.. c... Disiclo ,. sold Csosse sissl boss.. .., N'" I II 5 ..... 0
Aug 1 IIOR Little Dixie Psrk Sessa volunteered to help with I .o' 1 lo.slol. M Hobo ssuod .is 415 CIte lbIs.. sri.os.ilspcquorssout. .... laterieru ,Ikr moo Ik
I' 11111111I11I11I11111 1111I1111I11I11I11I11I11I Cecil Jackson on the mound and Fresh Water Fish Commissions Hobo ....... UarUii Ceo.... Florida, l.is0is. s sitS tko kound wkel. te known u ... ....... I
IIAI.t::V One\ 1-!hursrpimirelectric 1st annual school for wildlife coaching when It was decided Thoio iotorojud I In sold onurprtoo ..d oObssf.od '04isloI.ISsdOds.. I la lbs' HenMie Gnu. UmnWoiterly '
1 WILL PAY e 1 for small house for Stuart allowed only three that the team definitely would I 50soss.sIsetisI.toessuuces.hissofolIos. ribl .u toil I :'LI.: .* Ik; rmtrr IK
n,. single officers. I uu05Oskrssl.udoeoiif.so..olol.rs.r14 l .
or phase. or shuck on mall lot with water hits but the visitors combinedtwo <
j be drawn again next fall It I ROY DICKINSON, .. COUNTY CO IOSIONER'n OIST.KT tk. .ur k
up P.rI
110 or ffl\vnlls,, .\ppl auto The two-day school! Institutedby i I i f
f rontagofin Stuart or else. of these with three walks to RLLA 5. ) Pumts.e.p Os.Oonisl 5..&. Rood M. IbrenSlalo
!paint shop "inwove \ A. P IIf here In Mtin County Must score all their runs In the 4th Commission Director Ben C I was understood Carl. Bets has I ,_ .e pubIl.stiss R// tl.i. is..s'os N.......'1. s05. 110< _... .N..
,, ,
Rood N Eod Ik.
4 :: 1u.il I I be SKcenab: by Automobile I Inning, The Dodgers collected Morgan features classes In law 0 offered at least partial financial 55 to...enslosop pmtolona. ., 10 III'of e.1ow.IIIo........ lOltl psssosSS. I-sO 15 ..u..d. neosssst.... f..II......of(tko oat tIt_. .11.5. 1. k_ .. 5iulAo.S. t.

t OR SALE: 20 house tnil..r.A.I Describe fu enforcement first aid public relation 11<1. c"d., .. .-i 01..... .Is So I'll IC H'.....
y also price. Its eight blows off Brown tossing. support for the understating ... ... .......
( ontlilonjonlv) Slri: See': Sworn to and nibocrlord, to Woi,* i 'Iorlola, 111_ n &..toO" zIon. ., .., ..
fishing I"fit to do for fun. the route for Daytona It was and game and fish management at ..., Palm. Brock', Florida. tkto.. li bd. lbs OnsI1.m5 uh. 05 ils. 05 I-sOs "A'" I.... '" ... ..1..... .... .

1' Ralph Inter, */ Ralph llmer I L.P.O, Exlejj 5217 La Gorce Stuarts sixth defeat against The classes are being ----- .. of Julr' lt<7, al.,., Ikeaoe. oo dUerlae> said. ekore Ra"...,I (...... run Nonhrrlr .
I Motor ('o. IAugJ. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Notarr PAIl) la 5 poutkerlr d,tjitlea la n point. tko punts M.. of ... StoOls
Drive Miaif Beach, Fla seven wins this season conducted by officials of the U .-11 mbs roost H.; ... to SIc .....' I
?. II I, } I July Jl Aur.'ASiED S. Fish and Wildlife Service FBI I cii'roie: : BIDS J.Nou. J.I 0.hc.ADA 54 :="N-::. .: pertooweil! Of koalnnlna

: __ ._ The Black Crackers will play .. .la k...b) sos$ tkal tk* Beard I NoSier r.bllo' 'I... of Florida .5 .;... ..-.1.. .. Cod ,......... ...

FOR SALE: ('oolt.tor. excellent I \\ the Dodgers again here Sundayat agents Red Cross first aid experts oepoaIis. la.tnotlon of Marlla cons),. Mr Comniliiloa Kaplne Srot Ifuk. Ni. =:- ::: ::w: TwSa'af'tlirSertnerli" ::1Io 'i : ,.. PRECINCT NO. ttka
TWBUY Federal : ::
on : ;
I S m and on Aug IT the and commission game and I Mono, .la 0.11," or kda. oa oandlnf 0 ffhnra I Julr II, Auf' 1 I, sod ...
a ronditon llmWr." vacuum Hichway. of land suitable I* thn n. E..tru.otsce. and ansi I I or sold. Jot. 0.4isot55d0lonslns.flboPl.L. \
I 0 cleaner' with pMfe Lake Wales Star will play h re.Sunday' .fish biologists. ... lI'uart.!....Id.. ....... rii: : l.'o-Asoso.a. .. .... .. I ,,,.. 5os05
allfvltathmenti.Phone for tourist mp and resL.ur.ant. Earlier this weet similar two- Ohs 110... 05 .bu zusd.d. .nd now eikiliur. lo a pofiNortkerlr ..., .... 510 NosOnIv, b.I .., lolIWenisoSis
Innings: a .
semi by .
150 W.\ : I N0TIOE line of p,4.sIli-mb.isd'"
J JefMitoeor
Mep. R Pomeroy or LRCTIOWTo "
with or Ithout buildings fin ikon wltk krtey dulleniiM s.ndhe
: It Daytona 000 300 000-S day session was held In Tallahassee *' n-ltk 4rutJ .level) wltkln. Floor. wHoM IT 11"1' conces.si. te a Soutk.lion 4, 7::: .. ..... ooIstlSo. I .
I give full parpt-ulars' In first let- 000 for .hall .W aul tkroy Uuioa'wi.k euk of I r_ "'I lobe ..( ,is zoo would hitereert tit sloe H.. Nottkorrr HM ..f Jn.r .>
Stuart 101 000 3 wildlife and
officers! el 17 S. Hlfkwar; N. .... ......... I. %" .koMirlmtloa ,
: I 8cr. James If ught, SIM BlackI tkree trite *f en fraper. loufk. iwdluni. 55055505 sub" b. ...11." I ISoutkoaeiorir I. husosess .
\ FOR SAIt:"I'It' l i nt electricRanC l Brown and Reed; Jackson and honorary wardens In the northern and fin.. ....f... 4.... ..d ..I (ho puSIlIo.s 01 lbs. ... s.dC. is BostOn' )' dolsotlo. wouM ,lntmv Si.Ii. .>
.. Fittubu i, Pa. Mulllns halt of the State. ..".. Floo 1 '. to Iendpaper ,..... olti, .1.. I ... .holdon. msIdluo II..1-b, 'ul...... o-isr 550 54 U. 0, 101,5: ;"J.u.: .. of V B Hltrow *.. i0:
I lint. clasO\\ condition, I 2lJ ... oulI to 5 psi ulmIpoosu.mb.Sishssosu.t1.Os_ run Souikwlr oboooih'tssW! iU i
.! Aug 7. U, 1111w ..shuod. .'' ..1.. ..1.... I u5 ..."0". toboti
I Broadloom rug lone.. lil-J. -- ..tb.. .,....._. nd.... 510.0' Cbs a. 00._ at tko aIds of a., S. Hlakoir 1 K... '). M.i .I
i I \UUGIl .. ..5I.d olmi dlO ....... .r it., I.d... A... and tko out Dlafe H''..... .5 she B.... 0..0" iii on p.s wkor. o.mi h lb '
If : : alec wanted at .ul..I.n<. .h.. I 1M olib .1 iIhn Bi I In Conoltiloarr'l. Lot Two of ... Man. n,- 11.. Siss Mao 'of mIll to V' ';"! .: *:
once In CI of Stuart and orss.' buoOLTa.5.b.. oon Oranl and tkonoo. In n noutkorlr. dlrotUoa of sold. oalorne Rood I IIke to 0 ps. .15,5. aondls..4Hs'ss") i"r' i For : Jewelryor | follewedlw. ,tk a ili '.1 I ends ., .I......, alo.. tko. oaatorl,oldo of null. .._ Interereta IIu. so,, .... run Woitr-rly' .kiK. \nr oral
i" : l ""cell mv vtnl near localities. Goodoppoetunity Quality of State Road .... ... of ,4 Kalnrn. K "I I. Iwkoro ,
: .h.. ..II.d. .... ..... .. ... old Dlilo II'>kwar ovor oil .._. lbs' Ill .& runwar o> .
I J / \ title(! tao.1 Write at once ,i food f tavo of HI' .. _I Ioltossd a. ........ of aald C...,......,'. Lot Two. .Nocl5..lr.... Rood sloop. N.. lbs _... of llo. ., moo R'.!. I.R",...l ,100 II l : IN'

gcd-F.Tidition.See Bill, ] Kasleieh'p V rpt. FAH USItIt I = bio.isobsbstri I limos In n omtorlr dlrogajon .. n potalwkiro 00555 IsboosmIs II Is U..lho a. ..'1,455s ... nm .outk'.rl.. .).," ,* .""...
expert iE! :: Ik. loutkorlip nod .f sold' CLot ,
-- ',
Thompson Sunrise! ||roducls d itfeinphi.T n. Kmpletvd I on or ao-. ......'. Two WoroonU tkiwoitorlr No. 11 I tkonee. eon Hos'sb ,se of' ..... Rnnd V to Iwk.ro "

.j Salerno lla i _ W4h Clock or Jewelry Repairs fo... _, oboos. J I. 1 ,lshS.d.urof4s. Loelo. Athonoo .... tko. eoetleuelloo. of B.... 5. o>ra. nil,r '.:: ,'k Oh*<, 1aklp :
., '
All.) .. on.. a, 0 thu .11100 of ... aloof' Iko woataflr aid" of 01. II Into (. CAr of .,.... ... .5.sroru'of"
Aug 7. It 1 I WANTED: Ma or woman, pre- Oss.risackni and ...rd.. oe boise, Ludo Los., ta tko aoolkorlr. OilS of Street k...... .. "Colonde A.., It Itonlk II' '' OJ I
I t'; :. .. ._ .. I sentable ap arance, for door i'EN DAILY 9 A. M. TO 5i30 P. M. I nJAufuel I lea?. war of Indian. .... old Ikonao In nwatorlr loShs.sioOs.51a.F ...... run Dollk ..1.,," '.' t
: -
:;,: li.'tid "0W,I i tkn elohi I. NoIIOARD" dliootlon tk Coeel Rallweri tknea 5 ..01'1 : : ; :: :
aloof (outkorlr : ,
I, IOR SAI.F: I1 and t h.b. tau-1 I to door wn In conjunction
4' son mr,ciNiIrd' engineij, Also'' with Nation: Home Improvement STUART JEWEL SHOP "r PI!f 1C IN8THWT10MMARTIN of koiInalnf:, and oocorv nf to plulof : : ..0' ,.::;
J-: : pelnl lost l No "
loUNTT or moOs ,
FIX RIUA. .Ooto.pi o.t* na nrardrd .ht ofrioiof or booinsise.COUNTY ,. .
irritation l'InlIO Servlci and Corn- ... 110"W/
pumps Roo. II
1 I
a a. n COLLINS. tk
CoOl' of
i ::: tkoilClraull Coart for .
t toe io.: t tf ri 1 1FOR mission Spl did Opportunity I 0 _....", Martin Conlr, Fla. I* COMMISSIONCR-S DUT-fltl .;'.:-r:". ( J
:. ___ .. .... IiIa, .. soil 555.
I Oughter\Bldg. Stuart A.. 5 114 A. ttnUa, will > .....d.. Anfnit ... -
I tall 1496 \| t I Beach or write u... ... &00' I. "'' I -
; 1141 .
\ SAI.I:: One) double lirY coil Box t77 tf UC AD RTISEMEHTIN luck tmHtorr to oolorntao kaH to _wkotkor.mu.... .isis not -._ .. 'nt Ika ernlrr Mae 0.5t1.5 II of ", 'I r.kir"

prin(' aod mattress W. T. I. __ n aporlal road and frl d.. dl.... and Cooet lbs Soutk Rallwer end of tko. riorloe E. := .tb.0::: ; :0010'' .

t Martin Jensen Beach.I WANTED: he to handle Palm NINTH THE C ftCUlf.JDi' ii.COURT CIRCUIT OF THE 05FL0RIRA.S ,f th* proooMd roidi 'au iuitraetod. and ....... Ikeaee. run SnIps.In .b Weiterlp tko Cllr. dl-. oaId .... .b. ... .. R._: ..
J''t ,
poll for ald : : .
o* :
Mtltlon.Tkal : '
I I 7 It.I i Beach Tim In Stuart. Cash f IN ND fOil MAJlTDICOUNTY. I C Netlon. to tke lead, trim on V.. ','
I July 31. Aug .31SN aald iloctlM l(7j( ik.ll k.ld ..ttko .Went ehoni of lbs ... Lode Rlv, osti':: I .1 .: t.'sss1l :
ro.ld.nM' of Gokkni.
I j guaranteed Vrlte Mr. -Gruber.I Kiss In I. ,. 1'
Soetten "
r ; LANDSCAPING'REESPLANTS CHANKRYl NO. ."Ytaond Onto and tko falloMnf ara appolntod. .. I Towoiklp. IS _, II= lIon ," ..I''
ONE; PILIEOIR salt I Post Palm ,.. .... Ron 41 Ka.lt tnenoi run In n ""
TlmeoflVet .
I al sold WoeUaol Q. O Bss IISOCO4U
I P...,... Is ckb. of ladlanlowaJULIAN Nertkerlr dlreellon ....." 51.. W... Ts.hh,5050.h ,..
ftJ. \ and rerl One Prnn .service Hud, Aug. 7. 11 0,01.... DII.' .I. um000l 01 lira. 0..1k uld Laura Rhko. and .kor* of Ike SI. Lode River to tk. 151.5.5 005 E5141 : ., I.. ''be ..

:I I ; and reel, cheap Metchii (;si. I 010 ...:. .Id(555 L clmloo. 0.. Rise hos5 14 ._...... CoOk. of Nonk lisa of sold Seitloaj li 1 "'".... :" ,;a .,,::=..:
"J\ I WANTED: (' equipment and run Weet U Ike H..'....,. _.? la Nonkrrly an ;! 4 drnia plantu 4 yn old Kochfer I' ODKAINAGa. c'" 'loRD. II. L.HOOKS. .0AltD. 0' COU1Y COMHISSIONKMIN ef Bectlenid. Towniklp. II BootkCornor Irmloo xreni-' \ :k.. :: '
I 333 N Federal Stuo furnitura fe; club house Con- .ad f CAII.ROM! I .1. 5.... us Issi, tiso- ins 05.51. to (of tk* Ailaillr. .
'. I 1 llighv>ay (1Aug. act Slarti4 County Golf and .. .nd ....." ibou..oise) acoJ' PO.EY ... .....b_. Cs.nue of -.1, ... and m. LIp' 5I.' .. 0bss
'. art' ; oip.roi.ocs DIANTUWNIIT 50 Cisdo.. ?so-hlp, II _.... ..... 40 EoMi.0,05os : or plow. St' 10,......*
1 7, H Ii Country Cj L !! DeVjpr's NurseryBE UUTHK 1( n public) lobo I?. IS. II, sg. ,. iso 05.4 10 .... Ssth.l. :
._ ___ o.p.s.ztou, 5, ,IUI<.I .....41.) OjOUTIICMENT of ..,.. II. T........ It PRECiNct 1
I I outlll'Oe'ilhl 1111I11I11111I11I iiiiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii .I.... 0' (ho of Floml*:I LEGAL Soutfc Rann 41 Eaati ,.b_ ,.....
t DOlt SAfE: Paint ... -
: sflray so.. mutANT IJKAINA.miivarreicr : Wortk to Sootko... Ooroor of BseINsii.e ( _
I two galloncontainerBlark LOST Je FOUND > u I.'.'a ssrpo.0001i.e THE CI* -COUKT or THC S**'" Tsos.blp l SI Soolo. of lOumIlos 0 .klt
11I111I11111111 dl | tkonoa oIl. isa"
iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii ooOUsI .101. t Ikel ,
ran loat M .
: Mff.. ('o. Sprljr gun and 1 8150 et O'toil" P05 MTI. COUNTY, ITATC OF .'.-fco Soutkrort. C...... of SMtlon' SI. I .. 115 :7" ,''h.." 5'0)us. .
1ST: ants round ladies Wrist 5. 1 p..iWalDA. FLO5IDA.CHANCI5Y ToWMklp SI ... II In T' .h... II
104-J .110.
75 ft Air HoseAI'o t Imodel STUART 41 EoM 50'S
i Vatch o nless steel case J ;. tk..oi sos N.... to lbs _.... .. II CssS: ,0' N........
four.npee4lceavy duty:r STATS OSIke ..4 : 't Cornar of _... I. Tomuklp II .$..sbo-i 5.01, of
j I wlsu ml black band. Bust | nIc.I RTIIAN. INC. SS -.... ..... It SosO' t.10 "
[ Delta drill eVimplrle .itha eevoral I ( ''ole 0.,1 41 Eo.t t..... m T ishI I. lIP
4 press POOl. s sloe. oS oL S SI .. I _'"
sIf.s seel n. Reward Phone Ta'par.ra, Clllacludtna < -.uodolbsi Kaat tk. 10."'''.( Corn. of Bo. t II. .' I.. "
'/ h.p. motor Hurricane Boat' non r .055. of .I.I PisisUttu tt.1.11"".* 0"\* hIs.. 0) NIelose 'i' :OaN ; .

('o.. C). A. Porter! ins! '. U GET IT HI El WHILE IT LASTS! ldAooes Im ..*. 1>.......) USA 7. ot -. ran Monk ... uoO.Ih' .' ....., .'
I Sunis coui, I..ride kavinf, ) aooqrs. :: N.rtkoiol Cornor of ,,11..7 M. IIi ns5 ....
j JUL"| 1"31. *"". '. iliilIllIhlil I no .1.0.1 sg.n kt., Utl. or Initown .> I.1.0a.NOTI o TowMfclp; II ".Ik. ...,. 41 Eorti .... I......... ... .N"...',..
I ..
.omt is 0.15 Drain) TO APPEAL tkonoi ran E... to tko ........ of She 110. ._ G..... "
\ 4 HR SALE: zzf X 7' expressrruiwr I FRRENT .5. Dioiin tonn. Ceuntr OIIDIITO.IILlEA" 1F PUBLICATION Altonttt. Ooo>., ..._ ... Nortk .or''" 10" 1.... N"' ..a..- .
llllIiltlit'' 5, lb. .kle nreporlr) 105 I Till. 0,41) orb alo,, ifc. Wo>l diora of Ik.. 1050 O.osI0dsP'I. ..
I cuitoni. built leb 1947. 'iiiiiiimiiiiiiiitiMiim'we TOILET PAPERITY .l: : *; u LCWIS lbs l.tar and '-.... of lbs A.Io...- Ooou to tko 1 II Ih w... ...0M.

Chrysler Ace. electric bilge FOR SENT office or store 'R..d..J .10) hair of vIa! T aoBEKTS dmaiid. Nortk ond of ....... bland, | tnorw .... .hhr5br'RIO. ........
t sp44s I ii he Victory Hotel ..d .U 1.,..Jno. __.. .,.. Lowla nor ... w..sel.' '* "'.' mIs'. ".. lb"ue .quwus w... .....
H pump fish .nox. etc Phone ORDER AND 'thCE'TO VALIDATE ..... wkjGLARINB akrUllaa nnmo la N..*" 'Iso 01 J"""""" Armoo .Ml 0 nl.oe 110. 05. I
282 for Arcl4.: I at IU the other BONDS OF I NTOWN DRAINAC bso.s. P5n. HI.klf.III WILLIAM u. PI ....?. oboe ........... low,. .100 III Yorb St 115..'I'.0 .'
pa'1irulan.Au I a& flF '* month. Also frame QUA' TYPERROL DISTRICT II'f' 45 i AMOUNT OF oo, alp,. ..ndIIpt. em E aarrlod Men WIIHaalIwkoao ..... 51.0 mOses .f .... ... 1.0.10 "*1- .. ." 'yoOoIIhsM.1 Ih. WsOt I IRI
Aug. 7 ItFARMING _..... 70 8 al.5r15.hssss. .. ii. or'h
bulldlll- |UED ON BEHALF hI.. ..., akrlctlan aaout I. so W.sSsolp oloss ..... -
Street .
: ring nailer 1 ...
OF SAID DI5f ..k.... ((' 55..sh.cl, Oss of deu.osm ..
10 arkaian Straot, 'WirronUD A. tb'7"1. II ""
.at its Belt We offer, next .. tory Hotel, suitable Ohio' ) IIIIAB.. aicHAaosoNId 550 .ho Para bsoslt ss ....... .... ...:: ...... ... w..
'I ; 15c TO TOW rri : I, P14)5104, ...... Pi...:
ri AND ..d H.. ker s lot mh.o .
7 Individual Tracts of 111 i I for b II and living anar- \_ TO TNS 8' .A PROPERTY OWN.. 55is n'Bes Olkbon.ke.baad Nefcneke'MAX wkeee ::. ii''k": : sloe :, Osfssenso Aos. .... po .. .1_ or Mi".

acres to 42 acres each in the' tern, Ii e month See Carl .II8, TAXI' nit tlTIZr'NS AND tees HOR nad If nurried, nor; 0SL ......... 05 0 s.sahssst..ie. REC/NC/ 110. 0peel.
Llooos OTHERs eLl! UNO NON! ,RF8I. .......... wh ss.s is n.ksos, 0101 ::-'iI.;' sould isl.rss.5 Ohs suotso !
I now farnfius. Indianlo' n one 281 tf .PER CASE ImiNTO 0 0cuAmam INDIANTOWN ..ra.... 30.0 CIs.Iosd, Ohio OIehIis, 1111..... .... II..., _I
; 4 trltt ttmplrle water .. I uB$14.50 iu'" 1C'r, MARTIN T HUTCHINSON.1 if; son .oolhsl" Linup. "'". _.. 11_ S 01 Too.iI5' ""
4 FOR fUl ( COUNTY I 0.' HA1'NO, 04 U. s. 01hou. .. ujolO NP
Floor sanding machine OR married kor lUieoad, wkeeo Os 1 U huO 10 .. ,.. &
( -no ffawda. Frost dl'-I I ('loA I"IN(. NT (,IIT TlTI.1! OR .......... II .1. Street Upper name le, known ol ... btorno Roa4 In tko ssos a 010.4. 1On of
It f I edfsr. Refinish SUPER QUALITY:CLOTH.\ INTIIAU N'A .. Direr ...._ O".t, 5. lbs lh..l -
minim 11m. Highly KE TISSUE INDIA NTOWNOF '1.... fcHARLK* B. sptcta lhssss p.o _... II .55I5.ssothenOl I-
your fl at reasonable rates.Phono IOAJNAOICWIioTa; MARTIN 054 11 no.0 Mra. Caarlo* B Sooner? 5onI.... 51055 1M _... 11.. of -.., 5105 00. oSIN.... M..' ..
J rvssibiB to pay nut in one 0 VOUNTY. P ooioAa OR TUB TAX oh.,. qIth; 55u is sshuemu. Silorno Road to a point. wkoro .._ .A". .e .5.01005soil ,
Stuart Hardware
I ,, ABLK 1'1.IITT 2aitglN.. Fearf Street 'x liT iSl.'s.Os as oontor H.. of ..... 5W ...
'I .105spOoS. ndoa 05eeoO '
1500-00 ROLL Al .sd
son Price acre- ;
PER \ ,
per Co. t it 18c ". BERT O 0010 and ELLA M hIs.4 N.. II 'oIM ._. an tko To. IC _.k..1 ..
1 Easy Terms. Act Now October TAXI wovisJ I IsdIssiums' lush I. 5bos.s ... 05.11 II.f .
a* : SMOER k. 'LI and wife, 1411 Broad Is 4055.51.
lanUn tlme Write! i.o 'Roo. Ren&I kit A rrtltlntJnntkorHr ?,. h. vtkdatlool i of .(.. war. I-.,,.. ttt, Indiana; kod eke all /.rt.. limos., ui-s.. .... _... l..Ni.. 0'.' Trouble Ib".. ... I
is.k Hn. "I .
I! 1 for tko la. of Slaw Road 5 0Coos
rorrodlnvo mIsses I Ieea ho iseslsm, dooSsoss ,, No IS atoo "'
Wire' of Phono.-MfAMI FRUIT I f'hen p vIle close In. Call PER CASE $17.50 = ..f b 5. "' lad.ko! >wa Dmisses noiMmer lloana orooltor*,, tn.1oad u.i. known .. Iko Indlanlown. Moa4l ... 010.1 5155 5 1 .ho''do0).- -

NDr )hilts INC., Owners, 5.W. tf )/Hs Rolla). ... 5, 5). ountt of Slatr.fl.>* 05., or oik.tkroanfc olodouss. sl.l.oli b -, i.K Hlakwa!** **- **"* htorooeto. Mf ) .5 II _a-05.41.5 ....* II .N'Onoso ..'
Iu.n las No.
( .005 b.oisu iso. tko die of ... Hoot'
= : e> r or O5uiN5 sf51.. ; .. _
Uialoifi rie..e I d ,, ..,, tk. 05 050'1d1
florida. Phone t 1413. .i.e ibis Coors 51.50. 5550 dsfssduss, nro ron tko oo.llooniton '
IfCtlKlfrMAS Miss. Mildred d Miss Dorothy .. .51. It.. due of A. ." un, .... is.d no sol lewn to k* 1 51.or oop aUoa I. of .... ..r N. II I..... t. : : ;. ,'r'L
/ k ...... of" Ida' tkreuek too Oss.rsO.. ; koawn oa too Indlanlown .
usInissill Road) In "
Clonts Miss. Petty Ulmer and I BUY CASE AND Mb..se W o ,utrorl. Stal Atlomolllclal nlninail I and of tke nortloa kov, wketber Ik. Otr of OlsOn' Mn. tk. aoaw 00 0555 ::: '5No.51. : :., .
Jena *
CARDS Order r Ml& jean Parker here week end } e.e ho iii.I ; rlreult. of riorMa z51 d-.no. l lSitu.lo named 5ohs5isbsoosu.l1.4o-., ..
I : sad ... I ..... Thud C__ A*. .l.I.isp or otnerwleerfkl. **, is. tko' ...... Hno ., florldn "... .., .. aloe "I5tPPiissis
f. ,J then now with your name on visitors In' Miami.returning the ....... B. Attornrf tor Ml. IiII.) s.d t 115 us 'I oiUU llllo Involved or hteraei ibis lail R-rt' OMI Rallwan th_ ... la .. .

Stuart Mews Office tf visit of a group of their classmates BEAT SHORTAGE ,uus.I, CI juH of ,.Iorl...... and tko av.l n.Slou.m5I, I is' eartleularli M n Norlkwo>lorl.> dl....... .5.. .. TJHE eo.i 0,50 swsoos., T....._.'ell......, ooeerlkedjke _1M .... 01 sold Solimut .... 05 P1 nuilsI 1 isl5,4ls5.ol.10V
of Florida Sntte University 5d .,.,) l..'ludli_ ........,...... .. la Ceor.tr of kjarlla -. 5. 55504 of ......... suer at .5.' to ...
lllimillllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFEMALE u| mid. SnOut' ooo Dralnaf. DI..$.... N.1s ..- State of rl ; do .ad Isis tots One ,1. Choul< Or.
HELP WANTEDIIIIIIIIIMIIIIH" Csot or eklnilnfUiortUi (l ii. Two ; ) >e.r eouirrV coMMusioNtai DISTRICT '" <10. Clerk.r .... 51.1r:5
((41 Blfkl in, : ,
:-"IHMI'I!:"' '' ..".ni"ll8TENUGKAPHER .o Roger, Splcer recened an Invitation Office Supply Dept. SOul.s.c .. .J"Jia:::: is ni 0.14 Numilu I.. lilt lOss FlfU 1(1), ,tla..n (II). Tool,, : i''

WANT ED INeceuary I to attend Ibe 100th eou..", PIsi.M, .. .... .....10 eequnoo. PoOh, -APabmCltv" Clevelaad SIts andlUtoen 510i),, ......,.. .1 .... Morlbwonl tor. :: ; .
... ........ Addition MI nor of 11.01. Ooanlr .. '
hrrokr umdm.5 .. ub-dipiss.u Ikonee run In
short .. _
to know hand I observance ortila 05 Osrurs f
birthday aunt, ,a aeutkorlr .
.55 4lietoa .
fiilr uee.se boem. luu aloof
os-u I ne
anel typing Shark Mrs. Sarah E.: Lester at Ian Jose THE STUART NEWS <1ra.l CenO :.r.1..N; ) u.soso c',,. Snob 15 .,..ee tl roeordod r.Un In lussi rinl woos "i-' :: klanln Coo.tr E1CoUwTY. 11<1. ... !R

Dehon Bldg. P. O. Induotm.// Califs Jast but MM of riorMo.: .hi .:d for Htrtln:) Co>mr Omis), du. to lb. HM of ..Id .pOlIlIlI8loN... '
,/ Sunday was unable -! M Sliurl. n.rio.. UHo..lo.k A Mom : IS is h.h sedseod Cow..t I _.. run SUx alooar 4kr :.11'
art, Flo. to attend. W........ lbs I ISsh .... of SoptoBt CON sep05, S lbs slit so4 at rsqsfrsd CommOnS Obsi., Benin. -...., .Ho. of soIl Pr tIj I 5050 fp.DOUNY.
-- W. (54?. .. 50 II.' O.stMsoO'C.ess, 51 J11t.
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iOClAL, NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN1 STUART .kA Newt MRS Items office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon must on ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaprr dJ M'

Home Telephone 35-W Office Phon. 300 }, I

rOITMASTER MAHAN Mr. and Mrs.Ronald Cross and' also visited Mr. Law's relativesIn -The OE3) met today a* the bee and covered dlxh luncheon.I I Johns and Mrs George McPhen-: h

XABRIED IN GEORGIA Liftman-Johnson Wedding daughter,Pam and Connie,have Lake Butler and Dr. Hlpson's home Of Mr*.Lewis Bell on Palm I Members are sewing for the an-: son were on the hostess commit' l I
returned from a 10-day vaca- brother, C. B. at Uma-I ,
Hlpson, Beach Rd. for an all-day sewing I nual fall bazaar. Mrs. Augusta' tee 4o assist Mr. Bell. ;,
word ha been received )here tion on the west coast of Flor- Wla.
Held In .
Gainesville ----
,f \the manage of Paul Mahan, Sunday ida. -- ---- : 'II,; !'

last Mr, and Mrs, Fred Rue have
lobe Sound postmaster Mr. and Mrs, Joe Chason and '
Of Interest to many friendsIn returned from a 10-day motor
to Battle' McMullen, I MISS FERN COLEMANTO daughter, Jeanie of Fort Pierce
iaturday trip; through West and North
Oa. .No details Stuart was the nuptial! ceremony WED SETT.. 1. visited Mr. and Mrs. O. L White Florida and Into Georgia where Your Linens Now
\I. of Jessup last 'Sunday at the First I Mr. and Mrs. ). L. Coleman Sunday, they spent a few days of their
,,Y' been \learned of the wed- Fresbjterian\ Church in Oalne have Issued Invitations to a wedding - vacation at Thomasvllle. {

111I. ville when miss Evange.llne\ Jan-1 reception! at the Woman's Miss Nadine Clari returned to If
'I her home In Stark after spendIng : Double and Single I
ney Johnson of Gainesville became I H. C. Beckman has written
The couple will honeymon in Club to be given At 6 p. m. Sept. 12 days visiting her aunt,
Xlliboro, N. C, and'be at home the bride of James Felix f 1 following the, marriage of their Mrs. .H. C. Crews, and family From Marylahd that he expectsto '
i friend In Hobe Sound after Llttman of Stuart. Dr. V. 8. Gordon I, daughter! Miss Fern Coleman to here, be back Is Stuart Monday. Dan Rivers
officiated. The bride was Robert Voss The nuptial ceremony - -'-'--
ui 13.en ->_ given In marriage by her father, will be conducted at the Mr. and Mrs J.'C. Anthony, Foresters Kersher and Todd of
Albert Marlon Johnson Coleman home In St. Lucie Jr, and son Jlme. left Saturdayfor the Florida office at Lakeland
Estates. The bride-to-be, who la a vacation .at Salt Springsat stopped In Stuart last week to I Sheets '
Ml** Patricia Mounts' in a completing nurse training at .a, Cltra. confer with C.W.Long vocational -
.YRII IC i gown of pink net, wu the ma- 1 Baltimore hospital, Is expected agriculture; representative for

tron of honor Henry C, Beck- I home shortly. Mrs. H.: O.. Wyckoff of Jensen Martin County.Long stated their
Mon. Thru Fri. 5:45 man, Jr., pf Stuart was the best Beach Is spending a few weeks visit was a routine one while .72 x' 108 $2.95
j I DUTCH TREAT MEETS looking over possible dread to be
man 'and H. In her former home in Connecticut.
Harry -
Hlpson Jr
Sat & Sun. 2)45rdy Two tables were at play at last selected by the State for refor-
and Earl Dyer Rlcou, also of Stuart week'l meeting of the Dutch estation.
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Only,Thur!,Au. 7th served! ai ushers Treat Club at the Civic Center.I Mrs. William-- -Chisholm and 81 108 $3.25
The traditonal High score prizes went to Mrs.
wedding/ music daughter Betty, returned Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hcavncr'
DOUBLE FEATURE was played by Miss Margaret R. B. McPherson and Mrs. R. O! after spending a week !In son, Dick Roberts, and Mrs.'I ,
Merchant and Miss Lois Watkins Judson Others playing were j Jacksonville They have been Francis Wilson motored to '
Happy DM*I Ii sang "At Dawning" and "Oh Mrs I* W. Barnes Mrs. T J. r:I spending a few days vacation at Gainesville last week end to I Also J\cceved! New Shipment1LLOWCASES
Kennedy Mrs W. C. Armor Mrs
make I
i snappy Pagel their ranch home at Tropical preliminary arrangements
promise "Me.- Earl Rlcou, Mrs. Paul Hoensheland Farms, for Dick's entrance at the University
The bride was lovely In a gown Mrs Stanley Kltchlng. -.- of Florida next month.
of net Dan Rivers 691
over white satin with a Pat Undsey, a Borden Com- On the way home they visited
net yoke encrusted with seed CLONTS: FAMILY GO
I Silver Gardens
pany veteran of 10 years service Springs Cypress
pearls. Her veil was of imported TO PENNSYLVANIAJudge has joined the staff, as auditor, and Bok Tower They report V ,
bridal Illusion of and Mrs. A. R. Clonta' (42x36))
fingertip I of the Shark Industries office at higher temperature in Central v
length. She carried a bouquet of plan to leave Tuesday with their Stuart, filling the vacancy left Florida than on thl! coast. | !L ,
brides' roses, an orchid and a two daughters Mildred and by Charles John who transferred Now I Is, the Time to Bu
i shower of lilies. vacation to I
valley Dorothy for a trip
to Miami. Mrs. Lindsey and Mr and Mrs A. C Coursonwill
I I Her mother wore blue lace and Pennsylvania. They will visit Fine Selection
daughter, Betty Jane, all of New I have as their guests next
net with a hat of blue roses and Mrs Clonts' mother, Mrs J. P.'
York have him here
City Joined week her brother-in-law and
net The mother of the bride. Rhodes, and Mr. Rhodes In
and they are making their homeIn I ter Mr. and Mrs J. W. sl'-I
fitiiiTITIW.IT |I groom Mrs. M. O Littman, was Bucks County for two weeks I the former Ted Chambers their son and daughter, Bill Face Towei
attired In an aqua crepe gown Dorothy will go to Tallahasseethis
home at 604 Akron Ave. Carolyn, and neice, Helen Ruth
low with a flower hat of aqua and week end to visit Stuart I
0- Taylor, all of Elba, Ala I
yI11SER ,.i.ifu.kit | pink band students at the Florida Judge 'A. R Clonts attended
i Following the wedding a reception 1 State University music school' I I
1 0Rr.l the State meeting of county left
her In St. Augustine -, Mr. and Mrs I. L Decker
was given at the Johnson and Join family Bath Tow is
In 25-28 dur-
Judges Tampa July
last week vacation tour durIng -
on a
Wants I home.art were-Mr Those,attending and Mrs,from Littman.Stu- for the trip north I' ing which time he visited his I which they will plot their p
brother-in-law and Mr.
Dr, .and Mrs. Bob Armor of Pittsburgh left i Itlnery as the trip progresses
AND I Hlpson Mr. and
and Mrs. Harry Parker, In St.1 And
Mrs. John M. Law Jr., and the for home yesterday after spending They expect to see the points of
youhg men of the wedding party.I a month with his uncle, W.. Petersburg. I Interest In Florida. J
The bridal couple will beat, IJ, C. Armor and family In Eldor Mrs Price French and three WashCloSTUA hs
home In Quincy after Sunday. ado Height I daughters, Mary Margaret, Nor- reunion Mrs, H.of H.four Thayer sisters had last a happy week I

ma and Alice left last Thursdayfor
when she went to Bradenton to I
Grand Haven,Mich,to spenda
the home of later, Mrs. J. W.
month with her parents at the
Thome where they were Joined:
summer resort Wilderness Mr. by Mr. and Mrs. George T. Blackburn -

fw uu wrcwN1 SKATE FO.FUN! French the will month join for them a the two-week middleof Mr and of Junction'Mrs N,City W ,Nelson Ark, and of I T

vacation and bring them. home -State I
LEM IIINQNDO Minden. La The out-of
of I MIN .very body's' Doing; III the last of August. visitors came on to Stuart and
Visited the Thayers for several,
a fill go KIDS Mrs. John Q. ,MacDonald and days before leaving Monday for DEPARTMENTPHON& ST RE
daughter, Miss Margery Kirby,
their homes
y Children's Matinees I
and nephew David Kindleber- I i
3 TO 8 P. M. DAILYJr ger. arrived Tuesday from Washington 320
RL & AT.. AUG. 8 & 9THt'Ae D. C.. to join Col. Mac- Klngsloy Smith, Jr., was a,1 I!,I ,
25c guest last week of his grandmother i
Donald at their riverfront homeon
Mrs. Smith I In Sarasota I
n Filled Feature Seminole Ave. Mr. MacDonaldwent r
BEGINNEIUSpecial to Washington to meet her
Instruction first grandchild, a daughter born
to Mr. and Mr*. r. W Ellis: Her
tQ4tro 7:30 to 8 P. M. Daily ion, Kermit Kirby who was gra-

tier ADULTS 50c School duated at from Silver Comdr Springs; Wash Bullls', FLY THIS MODERN ST NEON. VOYAGER

op Regular Sessions In May entered Annapolis Naval .t t a
81 10:30P.M. Daily Academy In June where he Is
OLLERSKATINC now a midshipman.

9 P. M. to 11 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Law, Jr,
and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Hlpson Powered by a Franklin engine of 1CS horse,
So r/'N4if V Under th i it' Tent Attdiantown drove to Gainesville Saturday to I I the Stinson Flying Station Wagon'is of the
ADRIAN loomMEPUILIC Federal Highway an Road, Stuart attend the Littman-Johnson l f'
wedding Sunday afternoon, They I many 'advantages offered to the ex-G.I. by the ,
PRODUCTION 1 I 's, Palm Beach Aero Corp. of Stuart. This plane,

-I ALSO I J, the very last word in the aviation industry has t ..y

;!'SUSPENSE proved itself to stand alone in the field of perforanance ,. .l I
\ A Starring with other plane of its price and I I # t

rEUTA'-- R PENING rao ng.jTo t
The Devil Grinned When ; feel the surge of power as the throttle i itened 1 r

TKese Two Met! and the eaer way the ship leap into ,

At '12 ,Noon The air !i. a thrill that !ia afforded only to a few tt d

ROW& MON., AUG. 10 & 11 lucky student of aerodynamic not familiar

1 1v with the heavier airplanes used by the various i

rfday August 8BLtMGOOSE branches of the service during war training. a I

N One look at the instrument panel produce, even

"IoJQHNsoN I .rya in the eye of service pilot, a gleam of admiration a

for the planning and completeness of the h

INN Station Wagon Everything is there; from an

N .x, artificial horizon and directional gyro to a {
radio speaker built in the ceiling of the ship that
require no bothersome headset to have with
Miles North of Stuart their necessary wires trailing around the con- ,

trol column Airfoam and leather cushions, affording '

1ses tt. y Shown" '1 In prI'R81..t; ;' a bank of high cumulus clouds tffa W41Bliimn the maximum amount of comfort, assure 4 k ,
trainee that their time spent in the Slinson
rf I voyager a 1-pUca personal plane aunufartiirad by th SlimonlDiviiuoii
& Wt1 12 & o( LonauliflatadultM; : Airrraft Corp. at Vtayne Mb lowered will be relaxed I ,, enjoyable, and profitable, beI (
Aug. with a IAS.honrpawfir" 8"t1ine, this smart .postwar plane .has a *f vice oeil- I cause concentration will not bedrawn from the
Food Ing (fully .loaded. .) of 1J.6M (oeU It OVUM: at 123 mile an hU .
With ur me. Excellent Instructor due to fatigue.


ROBE ; rfONA Sandwi es, (cke/ in, the. Basket ,

1"-" All In all, if you aren't taking advAta;* of Palm leach Aero't offer to give you, a vet,

training in this magnificent airplane,|f>u are missing fmo chance) of a lifetime.

.' If you are a private pilot anef"J *ea aspiration of gating a commercial certificate, all|1 you '
..... need do i i. bring your discharge, or aS-rtified copy of it, tlWitham field at Stuart and we will

OUT Fav' te Cocktails .V +: make the),necessary arrangements,>wh lh ,Veterans AdrlbnUtration 'to start your flying at

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KIDDIE. MOR G'AUG W; 10 A. TH The Br d ,of Thin You Will D&sireALS G. tf JOHNSON, Manager,

,Palm Beach Aero CorporationWitham w

s Field Stuart 273
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: f't World War II Vets' Benefits FEDERAL i TAXESOF iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiHiiiiiiiii I IIlIInll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIII Florida HasPossibilities la and not bas formally given the found Florida In kaolin clay o seal Do: ::a,5

I "aa International reputation. Cite .f ray .,
I I Notes of Interest -To Veterans *Sine 1192 Florida kaolin ha Pah G =.::'. .

: ; It it Now Have Limited Runs FLORIDIANS Oewg R MMI V, A. Contact Officer been mined In In Putnam)large eonunerlcal and Lake rAaruL.p= o.tine
At office of H. R Lowery, Jr, Fort Pierce HeadquartersI quantities w.
I J to 4 p. m. Monday 105 Atlantic Ave I For CeramicsPossibility Counties. (Additional deposits o.-.oo 0.50 cys u a. a rw. .;a

i P, Veterans\ of World War II whoanticipate be started within four years of 'SHOW INCREASE .""'..."...."../.".........."...IIIIIIIIII."..".......,",".'.....".'.'..''...".........................111111111111111111111111111111111111Questions occur in the central peninsula CItP ae 10lUIOW rte PIT Rtry aASeMFt1r, I'' taking advantage at July 25, or date of discharge, and In West Florida peculiarly l u aryaKM ",, _
the benefits extended them under most frequently.! iet... gratuity payment of sonic I all of Florida kaolin U I pA51T
I whichever j Is later, and the I for an extensive CbYY:. ::: II a.i
II', the OI Bill have program North for use la the t
t asked by World War n veterans I kind? ceramics lies within shipped t. RMwd..b ..
I ends in nine Industry a ow
Intervals ot time within which ; years I manufacture of china, pottery, k h.
I Floridians \paid $413.G59.317 In about 01 home loans were A.-Tes, VA pays to the lender Florida, the research and industrial a. It r...
2. Pull 01 Ie sY, ..
they must apply for and receive loan guarantee tile and .H : .
Federal taxes during the fiscal answered today by the VeteralllAdmlnl.traUon. for credit to the veteran,!1 division of the Florida Stati paper r raaw..r ...
those benefits, the Veterans benefits for home, farm Vid Pt..etr"".. .isa
I Administration emphasized year ending June 30, 1947, an Increase The questions loan, an amount equal to 4 percent Chamber of Commerce stressed UTILITY TAX WrwH, a a..at
business loans. VA guanmtets j In business review 7. r. raY t
today of 4 8 per cent over the and answers follow: of the guaranteed portionof yesterday a NETS $840,17Th to' fA.I"'"
half of the veteran loan up to i iQ j -i
dealing wlth.lndu.trlal opportunity ....... a. :wAGasaw.
July :2S; 1847, has been declared t a maximum commitment of 14.- previous fiscal year as compared .-When should a veteran go the loan. "1n! the State. ;' office of City Manager L. .,"'''' 1o,i rwl
i" by President Truman as i 000 on real estate or $2,000 on wl;Ji a'decrease of 4 per cent forth : to get a QI home loan. Q.-Who pays the appraiser' "The of deposits ot B Eurit reported! Monday the i, A 01 M 7so : I to 1_ ...
f: T. Day Uermlnatlon-of-war non-real estate loans Available nation as a whole, the research ; availability 10-percent utility tax netted the C. E. H.rd.ya ..
\ I A.-lie first must find a bankor fee stimulated the a TIM
day), which means the war is lor 10 years after July 23. 1947 and Industrial division ; clays In Florida i city $840.1 during the month of .. 8.l... .::., L.w A Tiaq
I over In su far as veterans' benefit 3. Veterans with any war service of the Florida State Chamber of I savings and! lo association A.-The veteran This fee usually early production of simple e1ayltemi July Receipts totaled $118917 4. MMW.aK: rs M Cki_W.
t' are concerned for men and at all may qualify for voca- Commerce staled yesterday In I or other private lender willing to Is about $15 or $20. for local consumption Such while expenditures totaled $J4..- S. r.. aob L Y..p.rqw.
'; women now entering the service tional rehabilitation educational 1 Its weekly business review make the loan Q-Can a veteran }Join with .a products as jugs. crocks, simple 50 It was reported / r. revs a ..t. seer.,, lI lIwnlar.
i ;f and Is 'the date from which I the l or job training under Public Law Expressed In terms of Florida! Q:-- ,Where does the Veterans non-veteran to buy a two-fam household utensils and heavy The July returns brought the ..r. Pe..tw. 0& .. soy. a lit
it statutory time limitations of the 18 provided they have a com- products ,this Federal tax bill I Administration come In? hotel crockery have been manufactured city utility tax balance for Its mw A
'I 1 various benefits will be figured pensable dtsablUlty Incurred paid by Floridians was 111.000,000 A.-VA guarantees up to $4,. ily home? at Intervals In Florida eight months:. of operation to M.- The C.oe Y::':: 61rrwn:: T.
for tluu men and women who during war service which results more than the total value of all 000, but no more than half the :A.-Yes, provided the veteran's In the past but a combination of 978 99 as of July Jl The July CUTIFIUTE TM Pubaa 01' b
j were In the service more than In a vocational handicap fruits, vegetables, field crops and loan, made by the private lender, Interest Is properly protected tu circumstances. particularly matter Income was the third highest In .,.." /.e.-a.t.9 to INCORrOtA\1Ii,vi. \
r2 1 90 days before T-Day. Maximum length of training is livestock sold In the State and to the veteran This' guaranty prevent any loss to him In event relative to distribution and the tax'a history and the subsequent ,L C. Hnlr a1GHT Or Way/ toasty. 1
I,t V 8 Parker VA Miami regional four years except In special practically equal to the estimated helps protect the lender from the non.veteran defaults.. more recently, war conditions net also was the third v-IIel- :'C",:"'r b'IA
I manager, said! persons enterIng esses All Public Law 16 'trainIng value of all products manufactured loss VA does -iNOT lend money' virtually stopped the Industry highest yet recorded. fisFACTION OF ,
r fa; service af ter July 25 will not ceases nine years from July In Florida last year. to the veteran. : Q-.Can a veteran repay all or until approximately two years There has been no official a.rra N' W. 'kw' a x. lt MOati abwd ..
\ <(< of part of his loan at any time during ago Today art pottery and containers -, DocwKr n.kV .., ,., f.,,.
i become eligible for OI Bill bene- 25, 1947 "BY principal classifications Q.-How much can the veteran statement yet regarding for what CHATTEL AND
f fits and any compensation or 4 Readjustment allowance taxes. Floridians paid last year borrow : the life of the loan for honey, marmalades the ever Increasing bal- Ck. ..4..4 A. 1'mlo.of CROP. .e..N0II1'G 50.1k> I
A--Yes, and without paying and Jellies are being manufactured purpose *."<.... Ar.......,..
I pension awarded veterans and for unemployed and s:U employed $261061652 In Individual !Income A.-As much as the lender Is ance will be usedWeek's ALTY
j l ". their/ dependents as a result of veterans who have a taxes, $49 867,628 in corporation willing to lend, but the maxi any fee or premIum. by several new firms .Cl v.,-.A. PpMto MornA.5s, ,ca at t"t.,
I : such service will be compensable minimum of 16 days service durIng taxes, $22.754 172 In excess profits mum VA guarantee will be $4,000. "Floridians are guilty of an almost I .M.,5Pur...Io_ ,
I, at peace-time rates Instead of the war period defined Entitlement $17021,285 in employment Q.-What are some of the advantages WAVES S YEARS OLD unbelievable shortsightedness Legal SID MM ., Hlrt..., i.. SUM ,iik
I .
war rates Is based on length of taxes i Including; tax tin carriers) of a OI home loan to The Women Reserve of the In the failure to develop a M.. to Th P"hl".ATlSFACTION OP Line
Benefits for which veterans war service, with a maximum of and $62,554.580 in all other !Federal the veteran?' ceramics Industry In the Slate Instruments J .C.trwt.. rwtar l.*"..." awe
Its 5th annlver-
: may qualify and the limiting 52 weeks Benefits generally are taxes" A.-Because of /the VA guar Navy This U true not only of the pottery Httf4T'TK'L"MORTC.IGI
.. dates week The Chambers researchers lender la salty yletvrday.: Approximately from ordinary reel O. looK .. .
are: $20 a for the unemployedand 1 1I anty the more willingto products to atilt .I l' ,
1 I. At least one year of 01 Billeducation $lGO a month less earnings elated that this report on Federal make a loan; the VA guaranty 500 officers and 2000 enlisted clays but of fine china as well. Vnmk K: OI.M, QUITCLAIMS w ;. 1. eau.t "."'-.. 8l>_LM.A....,..., .'..... M .!, u Si,
I ,, or training and a for the self-employed. May be taxes Is preliminary: but encourages the lender to make WAVES are how on active dutyin "Kaolin Is the most Important (H.'i.......... Of H.,,(n.1...l.."....to N..Hi...U ot.t tar_*lFlorida. TAX DEED. *It t
maximum of four years depend. claimed until two years after final reports, when available, will I the loan without requiring a nearly every type of Naval of the Florida pottery clays The Marti Cmrtr X a.aarMw RaeMAaetsog ..
I, lUll upon the length of war servIce July 25 1947, or date of discharge .I show only I a slight I variation I down payment, and the Interest activity within the continental Florida kaolin is superior to any J.lll. CaiiiM to..4...III....rf.................1..... bmUn APTLKATI$ 4
VA defrays cost of tuition whichever Is later and rate-a maximum of 4 per centIs limits of the United States and known deposits In North America HIV' of ...... t* CUM ., Fbricta. aoMrt H V_. t:.., H..... p?
books and supplies and the the The oiiU forest InHWKJ have volunteered to remain In high degree M. V: R....'.. u HtahM u< W.rtl.-, .Mrf f>*m Mnrtm C.M. ,
pays program ends five years from )' toimmuiity low. having a peculiarly Goo.... P. U.r..... ,tu Gwr.w _-IWll" arson r Mxtoli' ...t'r.! :::. .
1 : veteran a living allowance. Must July] 25. 1947. | is at Luke .City. 'I Q.-Doesnt the veteran also the service until July 1, 1848. of plasticity This quality ..... MIIIM. i ry w4 __,
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!, Anti-Mosquito Board's Audit Report I,;

J j C. C. CALLAWAY Tools and Supplies .. ......n'. ... ... 2.799.88 ,
v Ce"ified Salaries kngmter: and Foreman .. 1.887.11)), 1''
I I ;',I Publ ic Accountant Insurance and Bond Premiums. .. .. . .. ..... .. .. .. .. .56.85' :
( -. 1015.16,17 Comeau Building Telephone 6481 Telephone and Telegraph _._ -... .. .. .. 102.70 ,
,1' -- WEST I WLM BE ACII, FLORIDA Commission to Tax Assessor ..... . ..-. .... .. 878.1& .
II'I' August 1, 1947 Survey Expense ..... .. .. ..-. .. .-..__..__._,._ 207,2Z e I If
f l, : Board of Commissioners \ Stationery and Printing _....... ......... .... _.. ._..__.._...-..-.._..... 138. 0 '. '
r\:yd Anti-Mopquito Control Board of Martin \unty, Florida Legal Advertisements ................ ........ .. ..__.,.. ....,. .,_,-.a.-.... 102.97 '
A ,Ftuart, Florida .11' Legal Fees ? ._... ..."' ._...-..._....._....._._............____... 1,675,00 .. ".I
I v Gentlemen: ;;. t,,''J.a :i, ,1\\' 'i Expense Trip to Washingto; ...,.. .. ..... "...?.._.... .__...... 160.00 ,
"I I Pursuant to authority contained In the IVriutm of a meeting of the Commissioners dated! yi 1, Dredge Work.* Fill! swamp clear trees.,._.. _,....... ; "'_ ", 222.615 '
I I I'' I'' April 21, 1947, 1 ''have audited the books \ account and record of the, r" "';, ';,;' I Expense District Meeti Luncheon! etc ..._.u. Jt,1;, ,...:- 79.35'

Anti-MosquitcrControI Bbard Accounting Fees ... '.._.._ ...-... ......- ..... ... ,,615.90 ..
1 Deposit Box Rent .._ ....... 10.80 '
i.I of Martin County, Floridafor ., Auto Tags and use am'r.. .. ... .. ,- 10,75 r
j the period from June 1, 1942, to June SO, 194t inclusive and submit herewith my report Purchase of U. S. Tj usury Certificates 7/8 e0 .. _......--:..,-..:,... 15000.00 ,
r.I .j I I" together wTTIi a statement of cash receipts an d d\bursernents for the period under review, Deposit on Drum. _.. ... .. .....:.........._. _...'....., ,-, 265.00'. .
I : ', ': and supporting Schedules 1,2, and 3. \ ; '1 ; q' -----
"i" ,, :, "w Ad't'C' 1'otalDisbur,/ ents' before transferring '" .[ :,1'! ,I ; ': .

L \ \ ; : ommt'111 I' .. funds to Bqffd of County Commissioners.._.__.,, :' 'l""fJ 29191.80
-: w" CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING, $2,588.90 \ '," '\ ''I, '. i; .,. ,..,,.r ,
I :' I I : Cash on hand at June 1, 1942, of $2,588! .!90 was taken from the report of a previous audit t : ; t ';ii&Wi,, !." ,. $20,472.41

'., !' .f'', :: made by me for the period from June U), I'JIO! the date\the Board was first organized, to FUNDS TR SFERRED1 ." ':" n, ,. \
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I May 31, 1942 Bala eDfFundtransferrt'dtoBoard'ot'! 0 '

IJ1' ; F CASHRE.CEIPTS.$41,07S.31 00 /ty Commissioners of Martin 'County, Florida .,......__._ $20, 72.n '
I '1 I 1 ,I". I. :.. TAXES COLLECTED NET, $$29,887 4 a ,. .' .-0 "t
If\\ '1 j, ... Copies of tax collection letters on file in the office of the ommlllllionel'l were listed and SCHE ULE 1 T' -. 1

I d j. ;'. :: reconciled with the records of the Martin County: lax Collector*! office and the net receipts ", '.I' ;' TAX COLLECTIONS, .FROM JUNE 1. 1942, TO JUNE 30,1947Martin 'I I
\ '' ; were traced directly to the bank account. Schedule 1 provides the\j'tall of these taxes giving I County Taxes ,1. Amount Fee Deducted Net "

I is q':' t the !gross amount collected, the commission( deducted by the Tax: Collector' and the net amount For Year 1940... ....____............................. ... $ 205 62 $ $ 205.62 ,

) ""I t .. receivedTAX > For Year 9H. ," .... ... ......... -...... ...... 80.01 129 '=
,,1 l CERTIFICATES REDEMPTIONS $1,17S.73.nd f1', For Year 1942: .- ... .... .... ._.._, .. 3,495,711 69.49 3,426.21 1
I INTEREST THEREON OF $294.74 T, For Year 1943. ",', ....._.-. ............ .. 627.45 104.78 ,,8. 2U2 ';I
I of: _, Copies of tax certl.fll'ate redemption kttofs from the Clerk! of the Circuit Court of MartinCounty For Year 1944;.__.._.:... .-- ...,__.......... ,.,,_,.,__.. 7,576.47 226.95 7,349.62
:, Florida, were listed and reconciled with the records of the Cle"\and" the receipts / For Year-- J9411"h .-_.-_ ........... _.. ... ._ .. 7,74597 232.11 .'.&13.86j i
I r:I ,'" '- traced directly to the bank account. v'.. For Year 1946..._. ;...,,..._........ ....._....._.....__... 8,031.25 24065 ,190.70

j I SALE OF U S, TREASURY 7/8% CERTIFICATES, $15,000.00 '* I --' .. ..-.-- '''-''*''- .......-..--.
I I U. S. Treasury 7/8' Certificates were purchased through the Citizens Bank of Stuart, $$30,762 $ 87612 $29,887.2G
!!' h ': Florida and re.sold by the bank during the period under review in the amount of $15,000.00. l SCHEDULE 2 s'' -.
t I Receipts from sales of these certificates were'verified and traced directly to the bank account/ SALE OF ASSETS FROM JUNE 1, 1942. TO JUNE. 30, 1947 "

I t : ... INTEREST ON U. S. TREASURY CERTIFICATES, $124.69 hk / Kind Date Amount Received 1

I t.'s:1 .r ';; Consists of interest received! on U. S. Treasury Certificates that were purchased and/ ld 1 Typewriter ._. ...._...-.,_..-.,....._._.;.._ ..__...? ,,.._ 2-5-44 \ $12500 1
I' : .. during the period under review, / 1 Adding Machine .....?....-....,?.........-....."..........,......._..,, _.....3-10-44 25.00
,r'; r :: REFUNDS-INSURANCE, $92.90 / \ 1 Station Wagon ..... ...._..?....--.i..,..?.:......... ,..x......_.... ....,._.420-44 250.00 '
r n;' 1'+I.M Consists of cash refunds and rebates/ Insurance premiums paid on property owned by Office Equipment. .__..._....--,......__.._:....."..,..; ...__._._...10-20-44 ,. 100.00 .j:1
i, : the Board, which were traced directly to the bank account ," ,,' ------- ,
SALE OF ASSETS, $500.00 // TotalSCHEDULE..,_!..._...._...,'_.._....:..".... -- '* _..._....?.-e-....._._..._ : t) ; $50000

Consists of amount received from the sale of assets of the Board as listed tfn Schedule 3 r !t

I t ; 2 of this report The sales were duly authorized by the Commissioners and the .proceeds accounted EQUIPMENT PURCHASED FROM JUNE 1,1942, TO JUNE 30,1947:

; :: for 1 f Kind e ; .w.. :, ,' 'I. 'I Acquired :'<, Cost t I

.1'J CASH DISBURSEMENTS $29,191.80 / I KB-3 International Truck"....' ._.-r" ,.. ,..,.._.,._........,:,;"...:.,.:._..._.:..;. .14-47'' $1,498.67A ''f
: I i detailed examination was made i < disbursements for the period under review. The disbursements were evidenced by properly 1 Turbine Sprayer, Duster Type No.,.1 1_...\"'....... __..__ -21.47. ?J, ", 956. 5 1'.
.'r, J. signed! and cancelled checks and were duly authorized. i have prepared a Schedule of equip 1 File Cabinet. ,.-""' .__..,......_.._.-. :-....,.....,.... X.., ,. 4-21-47' .' i
J" I I ment purchased during the period under review which is shown at Schedules. The deposit '. ,;' ,- '.- 47.25 l l"fI'

1 I on drums shown under Cash Disbursements! 0 f $255.OO-was deposited wjfh the Barrett Divis- Total ,, n, ,._.._........4o>-..........__...r.A .,.J: '\;:.'_ \ ,..a ,... U,652.47 _
g ,; ion of the Allied. Chemical and Dye Works, and is recoverable when th/drums are returned {: ,'
'August 1 1947 I
I FUNDS TRANSFERRED $$20,472 / Boarcnqf Commissioners ,

I The balance .01.funds remaining on hand a t June 30, 1947, were jpaid over to the Board Anti-Mosquito Control Board of Martin County, Florida :
I I of County Commissioners of Martin County, Jo'lorida. because of th fact that the Anti-Mos Stuart, Florida" I' .
yl, quito Control Board was abolished by action. of a law passed dust / the 1947 Session of the '.", d.
t i :; Florida Legislature f Gentlemen I : c' .
t' : t : In my opinion based on such J xamlnatlon. the accompanyln /statement of cash receipts Supplement ort for the period from June'I, 1442, to Jon BO, 1941e In'n'j'' \
J p .. and disbursements and related schedules of receipts and disbursements for special items, pref"" lu: YeB laced : i into t0 oar 0 of Martin County'Iotlda 'as of June 80.1947., '7
1 sent a true statement of all funds coming the hands of thr Commissioners and the proper orel'l ,
}, I : disbursements thereof, in accordance with accepted: princl/es! of accounting consistently This 1M was. epared by Mr.. Mark Witham, an employee. of the Board and was. .eriflad
: maintained during the period under review. / 'by 'Ie. '1' ,.I Ioj

i. I; k Respectful I b/submitted, Respectfully submitted .w;. \
V : ( Certified Public Accountant I
Certifiel 'ublic Accountant.. ''f, \ ; d

Martin County, 1 lorida r ,. Equipment and Supplies Turne '"Ver To !Board of County' Commissioners of Martin County. .


,. 3,' 0 FROM JUNE 1, 1942, TO JUN/ 30, 1947, INCLUSIVE ,.. ,.t. I, Quantity' Description'' .'... a 41}

Cash on hand June 1, 1942 ., -.-_ .__-._. $2,58890' .' 1 International Truck, 1 to CRD 1 10"' pair of'pliers '
i 214 KB S, 1947 Model. 0 '
t CASH RECEIPTS 1 Oil can squirt type /
}r, Taxes Collected Net (Schedule 1)) ... ..... ._ _... ...... .$$29,887.25 ,' ,. I 1t.; Buffalo Turbine with mounted, 2820( Ibs, Technical DDT J.a.
.. Tax Certificate Redemptions .. .... .... .... ... :. ....... .. 1,17573 I auxiliary tank with agitator, 't 1 t\,\ 2 63 gallon drum,of Xylol ..
d I, Interest from Tax Certificate Redemptions ._... ...._..__.......... ........ 294,74 '!i: 6 Jeep cans 5 gallon ,5, 63 gallon drums of Xjrlol-Loan't -
i ,'o .. Sale of U. S. Treasury 7/8'< .: 15000.00 '", :w'i :4 .t' \ Machette t'd to Palm Beach County

l\ Interest on U. S. Treasury ........:..:..-.... ... _.....,.... 12469 ,!, w. tt .' 1. yNo,3. Club ate. 425 1M, DDT loaned to Palm Beach(County 1"
f Refund ":""Insurance ._ .._ ..... .......___. ._._ 9290 1. 1 Fire Plug Spanner '546 Jbs. DDT loaned .to St. Lucie County
Sale of Assets (Schedule 2)) .*...... .......___._.n__, _....:_...._.. 600.00 47,076,31 r 1 Trouble and spot light with long X (Mr. {lull) -
.--- _. cable. \a 5 gallon ?cans No' ,'',20 Gulf Prid*
Total t To Account For "... .....,--..-.. '.--....-....-...............-. $$49,664 1 Spout for Jeep can_(broken) on '
1 Spout for Jeep can homemade a
'i CASH DISBURSEMENTS i 101082'ftsllorl.:Tarpaulin

I Purchase of Equipment (Schedule 3)) _.. _----.-... .$ 2,662.47 1 1 3 hydrant"connector gallon portable spray 1 tank 'wttk.: agitator at .?. .
,' Payroll n..,,_ ? ..?..,,,,,.. 1,396.60 1 10" fu nel' 1 106 Be'achEokuntraern tor'

J' i Truck Expense I _*. ...-._ .__ .'- ..\. ... ...0.. 56065 1 Spare tlr -u650 1 18, 6 ply Palm ,
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--. t MEDALS READY SOON I'' NTS TO BE ACTIVATED creasing, says Miss Mary E.!: Ke-1 agent. The supply of Industrial ;,
1 !
I Activation of the Naval Trans- own, state home demonstration Irate Is still very short. ;
The American Defense and
A 4 ? t Repairs and World War II Victory Medals portation Service component of I.The County Agent's Column 1/I/ I
will be for the Naval Reserve on nationwide
.ready distribution to !a
ERVICE Parts eligible Naval veterans tomor- basis has been ordered by By,L. M. JohnsonThe I COMMERCIAL and AERIAL l). ;} I'
row It was announced! today by Rear-Admiral T. L. Sprague .. '
headquarters of the 7th Naval USN, Chief of Naval Personnel! r H' I
14th annual Institute PHOTOS
ARNOLDfBAUERLucia District Both organized and volunteer torcltJ'JJl No. 1 potatoes and a good grow ,
growers of Florida will be field. Anyone Interested In sweet
t. Boulevard | Phone 142-W Naval veterans may receive reserve companies of the NTS held at Camp McQuarrie Aug. 25 potato production In Martin PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP! YOU MAKE THAT l ', :
their medals In !
by applying per. which used for ,
component are
to 29 Registration begins at 2 I County is invited by Hooks to SALE I I
son at any Navy recruiting station and 1
the transfer of
Navy cargo
m, Aug. 25 and will conclude visit their
p. operations He will be
A suitable evidence of eli personnel will be established In the PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED r.I ISHOP i
following Friday morning. RE. glad to show them how the potatoes
gibility must be presented, such the principal shipping ports of .
Norris '
county agent Tavares are grown dug washed .
as a discharge certificate and a the United( States for the purposeof who TROPICAL PHOTO
Is accepting reservations for I graded and packed In refrigerator ;
statement of service
or a statement providing trained officers to
ITSJ NEW I the week says the 4-H Club cars for shipment.University .i
by the veterans former needs of .
meet Initial emergency camp In the Ocala National Forest Krueger Bldg. Njt: To Western Union; 1-
commanding officer indicatingthe the Naval Transportation Service
JANE PARKERS I near Astor Park can accommodate
medals to which the applicant headquarters staff and port of Florida animal ... .. "
100 ,
persons overnight. the -
husbandrymen offer following
Is .
entitled or In the case director offices.EQUALIZERS
Those who bring their own trail. suggestions to,farmers to
;ANGEL FOOD of officers, a certified copy of
i lonreleaaed orders. ADOPT ROLLSNo ers can find places to park them help them with their livestockIn LIST four Rooms, Apartments and Rental
Meals will be served at camp.H. hot weatherProvide : Home ith us. ff k 'n r
addltonal requests for ad. Q Clayton, director of the plenty of clean fresh '' '
BAR CAKE Today'- Milk.Today justment of city tax assessment State Agricultural Extension water for all livestock. Inadequate L. FULFORDING '
.j '. Service will open the meetings
were received by the City Commission water even for a short
M.Nffl. 1 Prod ed sitting as a Board of Aug. 25 The speakers for the time will result In sharp reduc- 4. tfalsli
M-0 : 53c balance of the week will be from ,
c Equalization for the fourth time tion In productions This la especially &EL1JNG RrNTINU
,K y.t MUMIIC ItCN1G it*COt anPalteur In as many weeks at the city hall national and State departments true of dairy. cattle, while PROPERTY MANAOEMLNT 1'
ed Tuesday mornIng. The board The program in detail will\ be beef cattle that have to walk 4 Write F. O.Box No. 4
adopted the city assessment rolls published in this column next long distances for water often 21 North Coiirado Avenue
CONCORD SUCAFf&DDED8BAPE In Martin tfuntyBarat's for the year In Resolution No. week. lose more weight on long Jour- .. Phoni
\ A P 317
: 398 before Its 11 a. m..adjourn neys to watering places than they I
JUICE bpo. ) ment. Albert Welch has resigned as can gain In several weeks Stuart, lorldat
27e \ airy county committeeman of the Inspect livestock often and -
Florida has four State Forests Martin County ACA, and Paul give prompt treatment to woundsto '
P. O. Box 104 Stuart There are about 250 specie ol Hoenshel of Stuart has succeeded prevent screw worm Infestations .
WHITE HOUSE DELICIOUS the pine family. him advancing from alternateto vite Yo'Friend.. ToGoddrdV
..I L regular committeeman We are As pasture grasses tend to become
APPlE.BUTTER IScSunnyficld sorry to lose Welch. but since he woody and tough as they
has sold his Interest In the farm I grow toward maturity in the late Restaurant
MARKET at Kobe Sound and has moved to summer and fall, sow when necessary | | t tIT'S
Rolled vi' & P Golden Cream CENTRAL to Boynton Beach we wish him the I to keep them vegetativeand f 1,
best of luck In his new venture. fairly nutritious.
MTStt 26c CORN' | MEAT; The present committee Is now Haul livestock to market In the Just South of Frazier reek Bridge on U.'S. 1 '

Can composed of Edward Mapp H early morning or late evening OUR'PL \SURE TCJ( SERVE YOU A MEAL OR
PRODUCE and GROCERIES M. Saunders and Hoenshel with the coolest part of the day This
Fresh Green 2 Ibs.[ 2 Stalks. Stanley Smith as alternate. practice will help to prevent A SANDWICH.
COURTEOUS SERVICE over-heating and weight loss,
3EANS 29CJHEBY 25c Attention, farmers: Sunday U and also.loss of animals. 1
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED the beginning date for planting .-- TR |OUR OLD SALADS '
tomato leed beds. FATS STILL NEEDED
[Green; Topped 2 bun. early Reports I
Ct 2nd and Akron? Jot Brooks have reached this office that '
n. Tallahassee, 1 ORTENDEA
TOMATOES May Salvage
some tomato farmers
CARROTS 19c of used fats, at least !
.17c"tlifartiia have planted their seed beds,and I through I
1947 continues an urgent need I I '
,others are making rapid progress DE CIOUS STEAKS
fcAvacoda 2 for I despite the fact that the supply
dos. Chose wisely In selecting ..t
New of vegetable or food, fats Is in-I
nn uncing tomato I
seeds for fall plantings
LEMONS 29c PEARS 25cPEACHES If possible secure a small amount I ... SEEMS-
of lied) of the new variety knownas i
LIVERY SERVICEto garden state,which has shown .
FIRM RIPECANTA some resistance to late blight.
OUPES 19c George W Fletcher Jr., of In-
\TUAR; HOBE SOUND, JUPITER dlantoWn ",11be\ In charge as administrative .,
JENSEN B ACH and SEWALL'S POINT manager of the one _
IJ. S. No. I bite reeltone Alberta the-grounds project of tomato PURE .J' j,
trials conducted this year by the '

POTA ES Rhone 62 and Everglades the Agrlctultural Experiment Extension Station CrisCO Vegetable Shortenin ii lb. can $1.29 :fi1';: :

SEA\FOODS AND FROSTED FOODS Service These tests were form .
39c erly conducted In the Fort Pierce ;

0 lbs,. 9c .. .. ..$3.80 QUA ty SEA FOODS set area.up This-with year the they cooperation are being of ARMOURS STAR CORNED BEEF CROSS ,, BLACKWELL'S 'ip. ,j',

308 Akron A Stuart, Fla.GROCY the Company Indlantown and H. M.Development Saunders HASH Can 29c MARMALADES JI ; 23c :JJ

Ten acres have been leased for i SWEETMED,ORANGE ,
an Indefinite period of time to: ,
,t N q.M, conduct fertilizer tests variety I I \

TJCA %'a SPECIALS for tests tomato and disease and other resistance vegetable tests BOSCUL COFFEE I. lb. 47/

old../ crops being grown in this area. t>
jj Plans have been made to continue

Friday and Saturday, August 8 and 9 1850 his experiment through '

FRESH FLAVOR Norman,who was C. Haysllp formerly entomologist In charge CREME 15c PRUN 21 : 39c :, :, I '

A & P SUFEfclTE MEATS of the tomato field trials at Fort Jar 1'1', : r
PEAS 2 r.2. 25c Pierce, has been transferred to \ :
___ the Everglades Experiment Station -
eih Ground, Lean P {Lamb Shoulder' DlXirCRYSTAlTtlSUGAR at Belle Glade and will con OVERSEA ;: '

EEF.tb._. 43 OASTlb.) 45c SB"5 47c ',,duct W.station T these Forsee In"cooperation field, Jr.trials. soil from with chemist that Dr. Grapefruit Juice no. 2 COTS' 2 for 15x ''fl'

- Shank Half f ,'
ANDS: : CANJ and others I
ate Short i; .......- Iii
/ End Pork MILK 2 25c H. B.English reports that S.009 TENDER LEAF LORRAiN S D !111
/8S ,b. 39c HOPS 59c Cans Easter Illy bulbs have been purchased '
Ib from El-Hi Fauns to Mused TEA I lb.4 23c DRES N 2 19c 11H
for cut flowers on part of '
nhyfield Grade A nit Killed Lb. tM11/111 alto 4i, + the farm owned by J, M. Pierce, GREER YELLOW FREESTONE ,I i
Iced ,
and operated on a partnershipbasis

ACON ,, 77c YERS Table Dressed 69c Dash s Yt/r./ the Pierce Blodgett with bought English farm 320 about acres Last east 5 spring miles of Peaches In Heavy Syrup N : 2 Cans 231 :J; ,

west of Hobe Sound.He and English : I
;TTY CROCKER'S SOFA K plan to produce truck Cropland l
flowers.'Forty acres have V-8 VEGETABLE ARMOUR M 0
AKE E FLOUR :%: 38c been planted with sesbanla seed e
: ... ._..... a degumlnous cover crop. They JUICES ;' : : 25c JUICE 2 19c l '
are operating with new delscl m
TTY CROCKER'S VE :TAB power farm equipment and have LARGE +r rAVOCADOES

OODLESOUP2P2 kgs ..... 19c 2 cans* s ..V25Packed ti /' spent adequate the the land water summer ready control for establishing fall and plant-getting 2for 25c Mil ES' lbs. 3Sc 1\;C\ : I


AFERS ;: t. .29c COFFEE 49c' and plans la to from make Lexington Hobe Sound, Ky. GEORGIA '

__.._-_ _.__ .__ Lb. his home. English formerly was Alberta 3Ibs. 251
lllr ARMOURS TOMATO associated with the Nlpperslnk Georgia Peaches .( .1
Penn Window 20-osl. bo FI Farms. In Stuart. Is well-known
JUICE 2Ca.2.2 23c among farmers and has many
SANER30C SU PfRsuSUDS ._.. Mends In Martin County 1

nsons Large Fonvllle\ and Sons of Tabor Market
30c12c BACON B 73c City, N. C., have bought the entire Special
RNU, pt. .........._59c Pkr. .n LI,. .... ..,_..__.___.'- .. Iweet potato crop of the
M.d. RIB" BRiSkEt *" Howard Fertilizer Company, In-
'talon Granulated Pkg- : dlantown .These potatoes were ARMOUR:\SLICED .

>AP, 2 bra. ::......._,17c Ballard STEW ,,. ... _.........._....... 37c, grown dug by "Rip"now and:Hooks shipped and areMing to SPARE'RIBS ,..."._ 49c BACON I II 73cHAM
marketa at the rate of I ... _
earloaqVa day Hooks reportshe
u. Is getting a very good yield of POULTRY
I I! I.rg. pk...,..........30c 51 5 47c Lb. ... ... ... ..... .. >. .......,. ?. 59c FRESH' KILLED

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M Barely
Economy WI DELIVER. Pbeae Ili .r 1'7'
tit S. Akron Ave \fl DELIVER TetephcM Ml 417 OKEECHOBEE ROAD .l

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\ ; fl: PACE TEN -- ---'- T3I; STUART NEWS, STCA3T, Martin County, FLORIDA, THTR3PAY) AFGCST 7, 1M7

,'J. I! I 1 .t':,.1'1! IN this HARTMAN paper mast ,reac4!Society the i .

'f t, va, SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of : : .beton W-W boon ea Wedpaa1 Oftky ry..

\ ?;, : 4 H. i w. n. GIRLS'I'LIB ben tewed. Refreshment were MRS. JOHN KELLER were guests of her ion, R. il main with the boy while Mr. home July SO at a bridge lunch- Mr. and Mrs. John Dunscombe I Mr*. H W, BeeeeySaturday

( IMilATtS MEMBER; : served and tHen cards and dancing ,'HONORED WITH SHOWER Chapman, at Cleveland I and o and Mr'. Schroeder take a motor eon for Mrs. 1. E.!: Ashley and of Fort Lauderdale were week to Martin; Ccunil

,' 'i The W D. Girl Club of ''Hobe were enoyed'Those attending Mrs Arthur Dehon was hostess her daughter, Mrs. D. D Loeblln,I California.tour to Colprado and possibly Mrs Stanley Kltching! of Stuart end guests of his parent Air.I pital after two "veils'Mary' '.1

I'' 6 Sound held Its weekly, meeting were President Jean ''Arnold,, July 29 to 12 guests at I. at Kent. __ -e and Mrs. Dave Martin of Indian and Mr*. Carrol Dunscombe, In Hospital. In
( baby shower at her St. Lucie .
Thursday night at the home of River Drive. a
t f. Marie Brodertck Initiation of Secretary-Treasurer Elda Griffin Estates home honoring Mrs John Harlan Corrie at Urbana. til,! Mr. and Mr*. Fred Joss ot Palm -C- St lucie Estate: Beach. ",

I i ., Vice President Lee Ann Bow. Keller of 801 East 8th St. a dessert who has 'been visiting his cousin I City had a* week end guest Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Merritt
\ -
.budfleas* I den Lacy Mae orlffin, Marian bridge followed the presentation Mr and Mrs. Arthur Dehon, for and Mrs. Lamar Barnes of --
and children, Freddie and Billy,
; .I' Marr and the hostess and opening of the gifts several weeks left Tuesday for I Miami HOMI DESIGNING PLANS iaAW1e I ALtEIATgN>
.t f.a .J l' I.1'r !IN ONE HOUR j A decorative motif of pink and I Atlanta where he will visit for I -e- of Battrno and Mn Merritt's v
r r NOT HARpTO KILL I Mr and Mrs. Andy Ondlsh; and white was carried out In a baby 10 day before returning home I Mr*. H. F Johnson had as her mother, Mrs. Alice Bentel of Stuart MECHANICAL DtAFTINGHAVtRY

t; I ATHLETWFOOT. ITCH ',two sons of Hobe Sound left last 'bassinet design from the time : to enter his sophomore year at I II overnight guest Friday her nice, drove to Orlando yesterdayto GLA/NCOFF/
I: !3 : 1.If,,..t.5.fl..d.'.. r..0, ?r STRONG!M b..k f.kd..t .,.r week end for a two-weeks vacation the gifts were presented In a : the University of Illinois Mrs. Lorena Carpenter, of Miami combine a vacation trip with
L. c..t.1A. 1roR .I .,.. IT PENETRATES. visit with relatives In Illinois 1 1 pink ruffled bassinet. Cup cakes who was' on a vacation trip to Mr. Merrltt attendance at the L AT ruoATi a cattYtm. KAIKS so| teen moot mug,
f. .! R.w, .,MUIa .w. KIL1, tk. Ncb. of bassinet shape with Icing of I Mr. and Mrs Roland Mlnne- Georgia two-day school for conservation
._ table center I ... officers. W. Hartman, Jr.,
I' ,' ---'-- -- ------ pink ruffles a pieceof han and son, Danny, returned Ralph
J pink and while periwinkles Sunday from a vacation tour of Senator and Mr*. Evans Crary accompanied them to attend the
i Iiji, WIVtl AND MOTERS Of DII RING MItALC featured a baby In a bassinet three weeks during which they were Miami guest over the weekend State meeting

i 'hJ () O ISM and the card tallies were of the went to Ashevllle, up the scent of Sam Kanner. Evans, Jr. e Yours
same design. highway to Harrisburg Pa., and returned Monday night from a Mr. and Mrs. George Keith and money
'i Lasnshdry fi..f.d wllk o. N N N. I.Ib.fLI Mrs Herbert Bruner won first on to Syracuse N Y., to visit his trip to Gainesville and to, Jacksonville family returned yesterday from
J I. WHITI CROSS HlOHtM., prize at bridge with Mrs Curtis father and three sisters They where he went with Bill Tennessee where they spent a

file C irtrV Aram..MAiai. w.N. f Ma .N .Irr.bety, Its, Whitlcar second. Others attending also visited\ his aunt In Bridgeport Oughterson from Gainesville to month In the mountains at Gatllnburg earn
were Mrs John IT Mennln- -. Conn., and his uncle Francis attend the motorcycle race. .
1 per. Mrs. H. W. Schwab Mrs. L, Cole, at Olmstead Center, N. -e- _
I I Il N. Johnson, Mrs. Carroll F Ire. H. on the return trip they Visited Attorney Betty Smith Bevl. Tom' Hogarth of the Royal
J* HIMMN1|. MAUM1IUMISANDcS land, Mrs Robert V. Johnson, In Washington D. C. Mlnrw- McRae and Holland law firm of Palm Chevrolet Company madea 0
Mrs Lon 'Tyson, Mrs. Fred Joss han la manager of the meat department Bartow arrived Saturday to spend I business trip to Albany, N. Y.,
Mrs. Fred Walton and Mrs. of Wlnn-Lowett Store. a week with her mother Mrs. last week. : ,
I.I I. Arthur Bowerlng Mrs. Mlnnehan Is a member of Eddie Lee Smith, of St Lucie ..PerInsui A rittme J j I Aij1'
............ the Stuart Post Office staff Estates. Mrs. Smith will join her I
I I IIt PRENUPTIAL SHOWERS -. e ""'!' daughter on a trip to Atlanta STUART

ON CALENDAR FOR Harold Schwanel, assistant tomorrow where they will spend CITY COMMISSIO'Regular d Savings # I ti
MISS CHEE CHEE RICOU postmaster, began his annual a week with her other daughter, .' nts
A aeries of prenuptial showers leave from the Post Office'this. Mrs Edwin Pollard, and family. Meeting I
MEMORIALS Is planned for Miss Chee Chee week.Th. -. ,The Federal Savin and an Insurance Corpora
It Ricou whose marriage to John M M
8 00 P.
-.e- Mrs Charles Greenlee who : lion Insures Individua acco 'i to |5,000 Husband
Ounsolus win an
tuun tAWr Rev. and Mrs: G. W. Aid- has been visiting Mrs J:. A. Men- 2nd and and wife may have to/| ilof 1 $ 000, fully insured
i 7, at St. Marys Episcopal
Hf ncj *muMM t c Nut v Sept.
returned last week from a In Cashiers N C., left
f: i't MIAMI,3), flU A < I Church here Mrs. Arthur Dehon ridge 1 ninger ,WED E AYS First Federal savin i accoun are legal investnunti
month vacation In the there Sunday for Atlanta where
and Mrs. Ransom Tllton will be Stus y Hall for Trust Funds, as vj I as Fin held by Guardian,
Carolina mountains at Sylva.e she 'Will spend 10 days with relatives -
and 1 ecutors.
co-hostesses to 40 members of Administrators [
-- beore( returning home.
t the young married set at the
Dehon home tonight. Followingthis Mr. and Mrs John U. Mennln- -e- / Public w s Welcome CJlorWn 1 I
Mrs. Helen Asplnwall was hostess -
I the PEO Sisterhood will ger .and Mr. and Mrs.
;i honor the bride-to-be, and Mrs Bruner motored to Daytona at her West Palm Beach
I'. Beach last Saturday for a weekend I -
\, 'Carrol Dunscombe will entertain FIRST (FEDERAL
the older group at a similar outing
; t, I event For Fine China Binner SVts.
Mrs Marian Ballou FIsk has .. Savings and Loan Association
k returned to her home In Bessey
vacation of NOVELTIES & GIFTS /. HULL POTTERY of Indian River
Addition after a
f oe v.eafop tript You'llenoy MONDAY MORNING "v'j FLORID )r
II go buebyinesa eotntort.bl., e..y tiding I Mr. and Mrs Eddie tee Bar- eral weeks in Cleveland AND GARDEN ItOWER POTS I VERO BEACH,
1, tiff' Hanover, N. H, where she '
Greyhound oarh Frequent Schedules. 615i ton have announced the arrivalof V/it 1512 20th Street Dial
extra stings n round trips, a daughter, Susan Kay, Mon- ,her son the Rev Chester Flsk
11,1 i '
: morning at.Martin County and family. R. W Sedjwlck SecretaryTreasurerMember
1 day ,
W. P.L. Be.c .N hcb.e.rill. sAl e RIVER'S EDGE CHINA S P
I iwY Pko, ... D.rtwy B..ck a..a Hospital. She arrived on her O Frank! Johnson agency supervisor Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal
grandmother Bartons birthday '
Vets Desk .7s L.W W.M. a.N
07 1hl.wde 7.6i The mother lathe former Dolores for the Metropolitan Insurance w. c, MCMILLAN, OwnerU. Savings and Loan,, Insurance Corp

: i Krq Weal tf a4 P.t..kva /a! Hartman. Thebaby weighed 7, Company who Is tlmporarlly 'I S.' 1 At First Gulf Station; North of Lighthouse/ Current dividend rate.'
Ibs t ore. located In West Palm I
Beach was the week end guest
I f NNweA.d1.1/ r -.Nf.rh.aeGIlETHouND of his mother, Mrs. H. F John-
I' : r Col. Alvin C. Voris, USA (Retired -
; S STATION I ) of the France Apt. left son of Osceola Ave He recentlywas
cHtsnoLM a rlfolvx stw from field i
Monday by motor for East St. promoted supervisor ..
I 1 visit and will move to New York
Louis, m., where )he
I. relative for a few weeks before City In time for his son, Nell. to
f f enter junior high school next '
1 \| colng on to Canada to Join a '
'" West Palm Beach cousin at her month :
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I' summer home. Mr. and Mr*. B. J. Schroeder I'r'j,: .
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Mayor and Mrs. Phil Pence' and son Joe. Jr., of Clewtator '
f I Waterfront are expected home today froma and Mrs. O Frank Johnson, and ,
I Properties 10-day vacation In the North son, Neil, left Thursday for Atlanta ; > 'YOU'I\JAYHAVE
where Mrs.Johnson will reJunk-
I I '. i a Along the Indian and St Lucle river ai\ Hobe, Sound Carolina mountaIns. Two of their "

., I Ocean Frontage daughters Mary Ann and Phyllis

N I I I Mrs have Palm Norman Beach visited during their K. Bennett grandmother their absence In West, ROTARY as... W .N.UBsTUAR .d.7. area,steItIF I'; BEEN (S@ 0 '

and the other two Blanche\, and CHISH M's GRILL ; 1"JjrI'WINTER. "

f r 'i ... .. o r I Pat Mrs.have Ted Chambers been guests of Mr. and BARRIIR H. S. OW6RvJaN. oa..e AuNu6RsP

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+ AfvaR =-t I Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Hall LAST

and sons Alton and Edwin, and ..
daughter, Thelma left by car I
Saturday for North Carolina WE BUY ,
;; : I where they will spend two weeks
wrecked c s, scrap
before going to Ohio and Penn
I II I I visit relatives I Their and rass.A .,
//I II sylvanla to Copp }; ,'. .'f'l ',,": :'\ .
I father, E. L. Hall, who accompanied
\(; II them, went on to Ohio to 'S

I ; I attend the annual Hall family TO ARTS

',j t ., reunion Sunday.-e- South ix Highway <, :;"' :.<>,.
t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heffner
I 'I Ii. > left last week for Pittsburgh to ort irceo ..{";

d ; I:. visit their son, Joseph, and fam- e 129STVART ,n. ";, I" .,,' ,
I 'I'tr ily for several weeks. r
; -
''i i Mrs Joyce Davis and son ,I '
Jackie, spent last week In Fort .
r r 'I !11t Lauderdale as the guests of Mr '.I I s I. /

\ j.a j..: and Mrs. Dan-Davis'-. '. ; ,

Andrew Berkey flew down from .,''I, ,
Chicago last week to attend to \ I Iax
property Interests here; rte, ., !I.IIIII ir ik"00.111 '., ,.
w .
a k I I z 1511y 'kJ... :
Mr and Mrs Sam Thayer of t T'w.. "
Hobe Sound have gone to Sey- } :

more, Ind.. for a vacation of .
several weeks with relatives 1
J : : WISpeeialhe

Miss Eleanor and Miss Malt I B Ydu Needn't Be Any
,I Mahan of Hobe Sound are spending .

,. I' the summer with their sister hs .
Mrs. William J. Everltt and family -

,, t i. i Listings of Improved and Dnlmproved Properties In Charleston, 8 C. Aeatals5e
.1 { I Throughout Martin County Mr. and Mrs L. C. Klckllter O ,This new booklet teEU the I best nd cheapest wave

i ACREAGI!IRANCHES who are spending a two-month In email.. r
l vacation In Starke were home for I to heat your home. Bated on a study Just completed
t t' Sewall* P ink River-to-Rlver Properties the week end. Her brother J. C. Real Ea t. Insurance \

/ and Anthony.Jr., returned with them it reveals the efficiency,eleanline and MrprUbfr/
Jupiter Mafii Ocean-to-Sound Estate Slt*. for a vacation of two weeks from ite r See .

duty. as foreman of The Stuart w toil of oil house healing method found best
C. B. ARBOGAST News press! room. JOHN AYLOROeeeola

Bldg. Phoas 1547STUA Florida. Describe advanced improved, post
\ I' Mr, and Mr. J. R. Pomeroy
ffcl have from visit of
l returned a
QQu three weeks in,Ohio where they eqolpmenl available fer Installation this

t S era Right now is I the time/ .te Bet .et for evens'. '

1 l ONE OF THE! AYS.i. I r ckpe ble warsnOi next winter.

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'TUX: STUART YEWS; s'rT'AAT.. Martin Count*. FLORIDA, THURSDAY.\ ATJCCST 1., eel, "" .s.nr.. vra erw.. '
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FLOWERS FROM: ? BAR, 1 1Washnfton. ; ,

I July ,St-AmerlLn : -' FISHING guests. of Mrs, Lena Jones Saturday Italy, bearing the caption:, tug(.IProm, fellow standees we I of vexations and vetoes, It was ,

flowers are blooming in proGon Mr and Mrs. Joe Kllng entertained II, Florida "Windsors Brave Heat In [tal,." learn I the first time of heartening to sea so manyjnwple -

this summer around Army at a birthday dinner hon. We took heart from the realization lemon grass. that has the odor I park their unhappiness. If : '

Cul, Marine Corp hospitals In IN THE FAMOUS' oring Charles Wlnoweckls. 77th J Ferris: WheelThe that the courage that makes and tasty of lemon. and of the any and Cake the beat in their '.
='te fur-oft( Pacific' area. Con- birthday and also the birthdayof ; MM. possible deeds of derring-do In quaint \burial firns used on Okinawa stride, with no display of 'the '

falescent servicemen, finding St. Lucie Mrs Clara Gideon Others most confirmed optimist the face of Insurmountable. difficulties ,Windsor bravery. As one traffic ,
tel\ way back to health in Region ; present were Mrs. Charles Wino still live* tn the world
.see hospital, all\ the way from J welckl, George Gideon and Steve must admit that these arc trying We have an Idea that the British, In a world that holds so muchof policeman remarked to us, "It x
e Philippines to Japan are the THE nut: SPORTSMAN II GUARDIAN OP NATURAL RUOtWCM Sabot times, but so adaptable Is the who suffered so greatly duringthe strife and unrest, where each sorts gives you a little faith inhuman
Mrs R. 8. Robertson was hostess average mind that most war,and who continue to un- day brings more that IU quoUTILTON'S nature" I
rdeners me newer seeds, andgetable C. D of us _- _._.
McQujuIe -
seeds (bo, are sup- says he ran iiilililliimii.iiiiiiiiiiiiimmtiiiiiiiiliiJENSEN I i /I i to her bridge club at Sey have become It not impervious, dergo privations that would
led by the Daughters of the too Into a school tarpon down mour's Inn Tuesday afternoon. mean utter ruin for a people) less I
trlcan Revolution near Bay Tree Lodge the lither High scores were made by Mrs /at least accustomed to the almost endowed wi tIthe ability to take
day-and they would not look NEWSBy Lewis Gamble and Mrs Adolph daily parade of disturbing It on the chin and still carryon SUNDRIESDRUG tr
at Hertel. Others playing were Mrs events We sympathize with the may not be overly impressedwith
anything he tossed their way.: Charlotte BelllerHiimiimiiiiiuiiiiiiiifiiiiimimiiiiiiii Lsur., Howard, Miss Georgia distressed people of Europe!: and i the Windsor hardihood SUND *
tohlph brings to mind the Turner Miss Blzabeth Robertson Its good to know that there IES. COSMETIC
.f I classic remarks by Bill Plnney Mrs C. H Alderman and Asia, but most of us\ don't worry, are folks, lots of 'em, who still SUN TAN Ott SUN SHADES SUN GU SSES
t s. a fishing Mr. and Mrs Elmer DeWitt Mrs Arnold Taubi about It too much. We tchl! lent find pleasure In the simple
trip yarn In the Jacksonville had as their guests Sunday Mr.: Mr. and MM Oeo Wilson and over reports of crime and the I things of everyday! life Nearly CANDIES N. TOBACCOS JMlvFI/Y''

Journal of June S. and Mrs Moore of West Palm daughter, Fran, left Monday for problem, of Juvenile delinquency, S.000 of these gathered last week SOVA FOUNTAIN
"Did you ever we bass schooling : : Beach : New Hampshire where they will .and differences between labor at Lowry Park when Tampa
one 2496 Box o, 271yERO Bill wrote. Well J did.I Miss Rita Taube left 'Thursday: visit relatives for a month and management we recognizeas city park service held Its annual SODAS ICE CSEAM SAVfiWICHES '

BEACH, FLO DA There they were Just churning with Mr and Mrs. J. W. Wood of' Louts Gamble made a business obstacles to peace and pros "give away" day, Being a push NEWSPAPERS \ MAf TINES
the water Hobe /Bound for Bridges, Mont. trip to Miami Wednesday. perity but It takes somethingalmost' over for any kind of plant from
around the boat. I where she will spend a month akin to Pearl Harbor pine trees to mustard,seed wt
Plastic an 1 Tale umAlphalt tried everything 1 threw 'em visiting Mrs Jack Walrath, and BONDS. BILL: : LAUDED:: really to wake Us from apathy. got what !seemed an early start, : .
2000s, $,000', 4.000'.. r threw 'em also visit Yellowstone Park and Orlando, July Jl-Al Werly,i That something' came last reached the park an hour before
Floor, tie, crippled minnows, hurt minnows, other points of Interest. president of the Florida Association week In the form of a pontifical the time set for opening the eReealr.aR i.
sick minnows and well minnows,, Mr, and Mrs Robert "Doc" of Realtors, commenting to- utterance tram that anguished greenhouse. ,
Floor Sanding red Injured minnows, live minnowsand Pitchford left Monday for a vacation day on the''passage by, Congressof patriot Senator Robert Taft. He I Hundreds had an even earlier
Finishing dead minnow.. In, the!, North Carolina the bill to permit veterans to said that he was\ not happy. Now, ,start and during the three hourswe ETIAN r
Then, standing In the bow of mountains. cash terminal leave bonds 1m- aln't-that pitiful The stark stood In line there was ample
ug Clean; the boat like Washington crossIng Billy Hazell of Philadelphia is mediately, said that ero -&ec-I simplicity (and we do mean simplicity opportunity to observe the hundreds -
r on repress attve in : ,the Delaware, I made a spending a month here with his ton surveys tend tq'show that ) ef that statement practically of women and men, manyof i
r is speech concerning luck In general cousins, John and Alvin Htrdry approximately one.fourth of this ''tore' our soul to tatters whom had brought along BLSNDS iI.
GEORGE and bass and fishing In particular Mist Vernal Gamble of Nashville cash for Florida veterans proBably -I The only' solacing thought was numerous small' fry A double, "I.
KEITH that I'll leaxf out. arrived Saturday to spend a will be spent toward acquls-j that. If one may Judge from line stretched for blocks along
Martin Bounty Cleaners "Then I threw 'em Johnson week with Mr and Mrs Lewis) itlon of a bit of Florida earth; reputation, appearance and pub the gravel walk, flanked by' HOME FURNISHINGS' 1
spoons, Acetta spoons, teaspoonsand Gamble and Miss Verna Gamble or for down payment on a lie statements he never has been broad stretches of green lawn
tablespoons, wet tiles and She was accompanied by Louis Werly urged that all happy so maybe the world and and the curving<< banks of the,
dry files, Hawaiian wigglers Gamble, Jr.. who has been visiting -. use their cash to reinstate home'j'! the Senator will manager to HUl borough River, Children 1
Samoan wigglers flat fish and relatives In Mounds, HI Insurance policies If they stagger along played happily, though hotly. In I McMillan Furniture Co.
IN round fish. Then I threw 'em the Mr. and Mrs, R. I* Carruthers1 not been kept up, or apply But there are bright spots too. the sunshlse while their elders
E whole tackle box, emptied a and daughter, Mary Ellen, and ward purchase of a pl Tb day of the Taft pronouncement swapped views on everythingfrom 610 ORANGE AVE FORT PIERCE PHONE 699
Mossberg rifle at em and headed son, Tommy, to Wabasso wererOARENT ground or a home came a mw dispatch from world politics to plant cul- i
back to camp. Those fish," put In\ -
my helpmate, don't need school '
/ ing They're already smart [\ '
RiD| MIX enough. ." PATRONIZE I I', : ,

IRETERFlNfORCING Clyde Courant caught 19 snook SPENT IN Vic' COUNTY HOME FIRMS j !
MARTIN jjtil's
In an hour and a half the other
evening Biggest weighed nil MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU 1
( pounds and the whole batch
S'' EEL tipped- the scales at 45. Caught STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY mESESERVICES !;

L 'em on a :yeller River Runt, but :

C learned the cardinal rule --- ----- -

% about whew to catch fish. Now. -
If It had been us,and we'd caught QUALITY
those snook In the South Fork PITC ORD'S I CANDYHOME COOK'SSERVICE TRUEMAN Buy The Best
STFFLjfc ALUMINUM I of the'St. LUcie, lets say and MADE I/ ''I STATIONd j SEAFOODS Fertilizer SEVERALELFCTRIC
NDOWS somebody asked us where the I By Box or Pound d Formerly CossaboonALk
answer would be: '"Up Bessy I I C P II LUNCI OMTRAILER TUX 0
Pralines Divinite.Mexic' .
," ,* I
Creek We always catch out In- EAFOODS IN FEEDS
MASC Y. WHITE let snook at the Spillway, and Cottages>nd foals n Creams PAt SEASON ANDGENERAL Appliances
RTLANDCEMENT our North Coconut Kisses l Kitchen, Laundry,, "
Fork Snook down
Beer and Soft Drink! LINE OP
RPTAIL.' 7 am.'Till ell k
around WHOLESALE"-.1" Butter CrtyechMildred Open 6pm.turdays Cabinets ,
Pecks Lake Keep this Sandwiches Sount" INSECTICIDES and all small .
up long enough and the public Seafojod i 'Till 8pm. POULTRY IEs (lances. Radios
hone 148 Fort Pierce becomes tHeeath's rt' uart on
somewhat confused. By Bait ForaSaleJENSEN j '
the way, Clyde could \use another .
-- -- River Runt, lemon color. SWEETS GlIF GASOLINE ,
0 AT COUNTY fcSlDCK I i Rains <
I It was out pleasurable experience -

AiTiTiMKNTOlOimPOLICY Sunday to be one of a partyof .
four fishing on the snappp :;]* I
1 banks with Capt. Curtis Whltl- Web Ordway Stuar '
car. and we sure handllned.jnIIOme ,Quinn'rSteBleats I Jensen Hdwe. ,..A lt{
choice snaperos up to Groceries'1" Motors Auto Camp
20 -not to mention .
pounds-- an SURE

IMPARTIALLY[terms Deal But, Wind De- tist size aggregation, did Doc himself. C M.of Fogt grouper proud,,Stuart with of noble a den rt- And NOVELTIES PRODUCE Frozen!: Food AUTHORED' iDu-FOR j ja ,Billy spy e' Modern .Cottag:6::t 4- I TRY THEM THEY' 1

,ncUon. RoTs may pound amberjack on a steel rod. LENDING LIBRARY AND SERVICE (Enlmlva;. aarvlca. fcr A.ii.tac F.alura. W Ammon IRSJiBjM'lM'1*** Il/ ilArVro
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h"'l'II bAV AND MITE: "' 1I.ctlo. ) !RENTAL IV DAY, WEEK OR
Ripped 0|, Chiron When those red snappers bite Jensen Beac "noIolk.'I' MONTH I HAVE ITlv
Blownl Down they come aboard like baseball II W CKER SERVICE ALL CONVENIENCES
fans entering the turnstile .,.- mart N... Papar far sJ.PHONE BODY !REPAIRS
% May Clash -
but when they borther f JensenxBeachcks. '
quit they
Thlpaghlvlndows, 9131-J PHONE 9142 / I OM Dixie l HI-war Pbawa J ,
Koorl quit. Beautiful fish I And are my I ,
and Walls. Tea
hands sore todayl! t '-'1 If voters would really get '
llsveknly TECTlfN then, A- fA mad, and insist on s cuttm*
of the Glades has
Roy Segree
falnst-WlNlVrfRM f I Iwfoial Loss. been getting some top-flight WHEN YOU'RE THINKING OP lGet Miles of Wear /. J spree:, we'd'see th' best times' Stuart Taxi > 1F''Ct''
I bottom fishing lately. He eamefInto /
$URAN l1Nrt- CONCRETEBLOCKS RECAP.YOUR : ever had at least fer you
the Flshnhol the other evening I
:v Seawal 5
Islet BUT AR the I "
World \ with :37 sheepshead. caughton j TIRES and rte'This| Government SERVICE
n IT I : ,
NEEDED. ve You fiddlers ": 5rt' WASTES enouh::; in cash _' Boat Vjouses l; t tAll
Taaai U
nf to > ( l.b.ar I ,
ENOUGH? *, ANDCONCRETE Stuart Racaa ..uele.j a* to that's National Prompt Dependable,
FACILITIES ADEQUATE '. k al the MaaclM. wbkh wa dow 1 "- State and I' Typ f Marine',
Gainesville, Aug; T--CompIeUdn ITEMS 'It I 1 City to feed us all and Courteous Co t ction

ED & PPEiery of temporary classroom, laboratory aERI. C;!ASON'S. 1 dress with dash show I Ivaif TtaylorF.O 4

will make and possible office the buildings enroll- I L. DECKER FMerar!Service Station I lack of brains, th' pity!tIf i PHONE 149For Bo474PHONE "t

Ina .nee ment of all qualified Florida DIXIE HI-WAV-PHONE SV-wl HighwayTAXI workIffl I fp4-J
Phone I PAL Ara dents seeking admission to you compose a

nlverslty of Florida for the resl-I / / ""> '. smutty a book, or --- -' ., 1 i .

term beginning Sept 22 -- STUART i (\IAL! W L. a song to sing you'll have I l' r

PAINT CO.i a following of th' "Nutty"; Fred A. Stafford I II

LOVE thai sort e'thing! Yet, if you hair1 something that's FILING CABINETSand ,

31 MODEL 1.01dN.r PAINTS. ] / I V It. EPhtlnt truly SMART, you may rant, and rave and HARP, but Re istered

., W.I you'll die of AGE and a broken heart, 'fore th' public' ADMITS All Types of Civi nginee I IA '


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114 Ora.f. An. To. Norse Mart' gxPF ICED ATTENDANTS FOR FALL? &
BARRETT APIROOFE ED --14liw,. Pi. ad AN '
FENDERSEAL'' Let us figure with you
HAIR now. Don't wait tar the General Contracting"
Under:Car Ceatlng:: *
Standard Oil Co.
Lit l lauty season's on. and JKepairs
AH ITFM a* BvlH-w Mass Steam Cleaning SUPER SERVICE STATION P. /Box 832 i

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Portable: today Proved by i and choice of keyboards' at a trie and Refrigeration SUNDAYJALOUSIES 'For I NK HALE GAMBLEELECTRIC r''
bushlese and
large small It's popular.price Also available la
"I'd for butirmsl Easy Fund operated.model Call lit SERVICE FILING CABINETS
too1 hieVkta"r. t, accurate, de. today for the Victor 60 Second:, JNftrNi./tl' No ob To Large Or ROAND
.prod offers yoularge Proving Tee l. -4 Too Small ;and"
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HO E' SOUND EEAT -\m Hour OR. All Types of and WESTINGHOUSE',
The ,Stuart News j .. SO. 1'1II P. V uNlTALLTNOSHUTTERS Roof Repairing1 APPLIANCES
Plate Phone EST( kTU SUBMITTED 9Mld"u RSON RADIOS f fElept
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I II' 1 .' Mrw"nd Mr*. George Sawyer i jlllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllltlllUII i I / children. It was stated young A PIGEON FALLS FERTILIZER CONSUMPTIONThe REPORT' CARDS RIVISI1I

I ,Lennard of Titusville spent the NEWS OF children are constantly on the A carrier ,pigeon. believed to Bureau of Inspection oi. Winter Park, Au.. t ,,J
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; r 'week end with his parents. Mr, lookout for something new and have' hit a wire In flight\, was the State Department of Agriculture !- College this fall
r ,;and Mri W H Leonard, In Wait : exciting and they ,often the school Thursday wuiust t
11 Indian River DriveBy are A Wise Polio Precaution picked up near reports S19 tons of mixed' vised! IndividUalized
\ ton, found playing along the river : by J. O. Lester. It carried fertilizers and 80 tons of( (fern latest development In 1'e\lOrl\
II i front which U a dangerous playground two bands, one of rubber num luvldualUed
were couumed
l I j jI ji :JllllllllllimilllllmillllllHIIlmillllllll VIVA CLARK if not supervised. Keep Foods Well Covered! bered U108. and another of metal! tiger material inMartin I curriculum)pit,

i Refresh Yourself 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilillTO I I I I l I When formed It la estimated with the legend "Miami, Aug. County in June. President Bolt saId yesterdq'

: HOLD BUSINESS this out-of-door recreation center 1847, No. 474" The bird's neck ----'-
II III' When Out Our Way Cover food to keep flies away, broken. ----,.:..
I : ;MEETING TOMORROW tor children will be another especially during Oa poll KEEP Oi' was
",: "" ( step forward In the progress of .
danger months la summer Is THAT FOOD All
Tomorrow 'night the Walton- HiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii, / FLOWERS For
i I this newly-formed club. another wise preeutlon U follow !)
Eden Owners Club will
E 'S i I Property Members of the la
!house, grounds combatting spread th. SALERNO NEWSBy
!I hold an important business and recreation committees will disease, the National Fosndas BOUQUETS CORSAGES. CVT FLOWED
meeting at 8 p m. In the clubhouse tics for Infantile /J
assist In the building and placIng Paralysis esaUoni -
I' : SOD HOP A request Is made that i' of equipment on the grounds throath local chapter MRS. O, D. QUIGLLYIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIII, FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS .-

j; I all members attend.At I of the club and will further expand The "Nut-bottle" fly, particularly DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CWtAMICS ISMITH'S
i FOUNTAIN DRINKS this session there will be I and Include tennis and ,Is suspected ass possible A memorial service was con-

[ SANDWICHES & COFFEE important discussion on play shuffleboard courts for the old factor la transmitting the virus ducted in memory of Mrs. F. L.: LORAL GI/T/ \
:I INDIANTOWN, FLA. I' ground equipment and a schedule: er members. as a result .evidence disclosed Craneson,' wife I of the Rev. F L.Craneson. & SHOP

I '') inmiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ __ ___ __ _____ __ _____ _gauged,.. to suit parents and theirIt's INFORMAL SUPPEROn ky fey )Investigation larch ., Dimes inanced Sunday at the South- WE WIRE FLOWER 1.
Aug. 22 at f p. m. the club: funds. ern Methodist Church.
r ,;; at Arcade) Bldf, 5th BK, Ft. Pierce Phone *
will hold an Informal box supper The National Mrs. Cranston died her k J J10J
.. Foundation also urcet thai all fresh fruit
r Herethe at which a chance: Is takenon and vegetables should bo washed before use; left-over foods home In Jupiter July 18 at the .
supper partners and the box covered properly, and garbage or rubbish placed In containers age of 86. The program for the -
i contents. Each!; box will be auctioned with \lids so that flies cannot ret to It, service Included: :

I'I),! WEBSTER WIRE ftECORDER to the highest bidder. I Hymn Nearer My God to MOTIO-SWAY
Money realized from this party I Thee." :
will be used for club Hymn, ""No There"
: IT14R necessary Night :
,,1' SEE IT house supplies Everyone Is Invited Prayer. !

t Come In For A ,Pmon tr tion to join In the fun. ; Scripture, "Heaven" Rev. 21:1-: SWAYS\QUEAKS| WAX
10.12.22-21; 22:1-5.
,;; 6 Oeorge Korpl returned to Elgin PARENTS OF DAUGHTERA Hymn "When They; Ring the At NnExtraJCost'

# BART BROS. Field Monday after spend-; daughter Carol Ann weighing City NewsBy i Golden Bells" Drop In ancnSee For Yourself
j Ing the week end In Walton with ( lbs was born Saturday to In Memorlan, by "Rer. E.: H.
1,1 317 OsceoU Ave. Phone 209 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H A. Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Clark ANNA a DAYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIntllllllllllllll Craneson (her stepson). This SensatioHjI 1 GreaSing Method

: Korpl. of Ithaca. N. Y. Mrs. Clark Is : "Meet Me There," by choir, !
." ------r the former Mary Ethel Lennard Poem_"My Heart I I' Fixed" Stuart Seiwice i StationWalter
;I'a Blue Heaven of Eden, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. The ReV. and Mrs Wallace: (composed by Mrs. Craneson on
I I Abstract Service 1 home of Mr and Mrs. K. H Burg- Lennard of Walton, and a memo Stern of Hancock N. H., have accepted -! her death bed). Rein 1 ft Phone 9144
graf was the scene of a prettily ber of the younger social set of the call to become pastorof Hymn"When the Roil Is Call-
appointed dinner last Saturday this community Clark's law studies the Union CongregationalChurch ed Up Yonder." '
1 .; PROMPTNESS' AC UR Y COURTESY night when they entertained Mr. at Cornell were interrupted here for the coming win' Offering and Announcements.Mrs. ,

and Mrs. Jack Alberts of Fort by the war but he Is now finishing ter season. They expect to arrive Arlo Carson and children MARTIOUNTY,
: Abstract and TitlJ Insurance Co. Inc. Lauderdale and Mr and Mrs. F. them there about Oct. 1 and services. Patricia Kenneth and Lynwood,
W Thlrkleld and Mr. and Mrs probably will begin Oct 12. Of Naples are here visiting Mr*. WELL

O, William Wiles from Memphis.! Mr. and Mr*. Frodrlc W. Thlr- Mrs. Marlon B. Fisk returned Carson' parents, Mr. and Mrs. rip' TILLERS

I kield, their son-in-law and from New England Aug. 1. While W. M. Marir. Well* ,'
( STUART FLORIDA Mrs. R. H. Escott Eden, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. O William -' there she visited her son the Rev. Debris and Ronald Metzger (
Mrs Charles Moehle Walton' Wiles, and son, O. William3rd Chester B. Fisk, and family and returned to their I home In Titusvlll -1 Have Your Work Done .y A, Licensed Driller
I 10 Victory Arcade Frank Quiscnberry Pres. were among VFW Auxiliary are guests from Memphis other relatives She also visited last Week after two weeks tAervicePhone
members who met for at the homes of the Rev. and Promp
sewing at Tenn., In the home of Mrs. Thlr- here with their grandmother
"'--'-- --- .- I the home of Mrs Sam Chew on kleld'a sister Mrs. Viva C. Roat, Mrs H. L. Packard and the Rev Mrs. Martha Whittle 107-X-J f| 310 East Fourth $1..
U B 1 Thursday evening. This at Walton. and Mrs. L. B. Chase and calledat P. O Smith and nephew Alon- ,
organization having completedwork the home of the Re1 and (o, motored to Tampa Mondayon CHAR & AYES 1 r
Thlrkleld Is of the firm of
for the VFW and Red Cross Mrs Wallace Stern who expectsto business.
''I'III' Announcement will turn their attention to a'' F. W. Thlrkleld and Son, mechanical come here as pastor In the Mr. and Mrs Charles Thompson

work program for the Veterans, connected: engineers.with Station Mr, Wiles Is I I fall. She was surprised to learn and son, Charles Eugene, returned -
Hospital. that they lived within S miles of Sunday after two weeksIn
Mrs. Thlrkleld 1s on th* Civic "
I the Packard's home. Utica, N. Y. visiting Mrs.
MR. and MRS. CH jkRLES S. IIERRON Word received by neighbors of Board director of in her the hometown'19th and Is a Mrs. J. E. Markel left Tuesday Thompson' mother, Mrs Mary YES YOU AN BUILD!
I. the John Sahlbergs of Walton .Century. for Central Pennsylvania where Price. Mrs Thompson' sister g
Wish to AnitounCLIRTON cottage on Long Island Sound \ for several weeks. I home for indeflnate
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis and an. build maBrial
Casa has the need-
g you
'I where they will\ remain until Joseph Csekey left for Johns stay.'

LODGEHome time to enter their children In a Jean children, of White Bobby City and spent Claudia Sunday Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, E. M "Jack. Thompson supertntendent Check with usu We'll he& you get those '<1
Fort Pierce school Sept. 4. July 28 He has been ill at hishome oi Sunrise Preducts,
I with Mrs Davis' i
Mr. and Mra H. A. parents of Wal- I for several months. He was Inc., In Salerno, spent two weeks items which are stll 1 scarce
Mr and Mrs. Edgar K. Martin, ton. Korpl accompanied by his son, Joe, Jr., recently In Syracuse, N. Y_ on
Cues their son-in-law and daughter. : and family.Mr business

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and Walton Beach Is fast coming : and Mrs. Gene Thoiripson Mrs. Donavan Smith and son IT'S GOOD B SINESTO BUILD '
At 216 Scrnknole t., Stuart, Florida. small son, Dickie from Plqua Into prominence and daughter returned last week David Mrs. Donavan Smith Jr.
Ohio, returned to that City:: after ground for many Drive as a residents.picnic from Cincinnati after a month's and Mr*. Oliver Smith and ton AND IT'S BUSIES? TO SEE
a two-week vacation at their vacation there with relatives. OUIj
Clean left Thursday for palro Ga, to
Light, Airy Roms Completely Redecorated Making up a party for.supper on
winter home In Mrs. Charles Barrett !
Walton. returned visit Mr. and Mra James Maxwell
the beach
Saturday night were THAT YOU ET BIDING MA-
Mr. July 31 from a month visit with Mrs. Maxwell Is the former 1
and Mrs.
Oeorge Rogers and
Fletcher Russell of Ankona relatives and friends in Ohio. Ruth Smith.
i HOME was a dinner guest Tuesday of children Billie and Judy An. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Emory DeLoach TERIAL. SEE US TODJ .
RIVERFRONT kona Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Griffith
r Mr and Mrs. Leland Hubbard In ; have sold their stock and equip and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendarvls
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Char.
Walton lea Moehle and children, Charles ment in the grocery which, they were week end guests of Mr. and
Summer Rttes Prevail. have been operating here for Mrs. Austin Mullin of Hobe
Mrs. Guy Wolf and three children and Blanche: ; Uno. Frank Char- some time. The residents regret
Sound. ,
I lea and Oeorge Korpi', H. A. ,
Caroline Donald and Blllle\ and Miss Joan 'Bell of Korpl Fort their leaving The sale of the Mr. and Mr*. 8. H. Hamilton CASA 'L MBE CO.
were dinner guests Friday of Pierce. store building to a party from announce the birth of a son,
Mrs Barbara Ferson of Eden. Massachusetts forced their sale Gary Mitchell Hamilton. July 24

Mr and Mrs. Wolf lived In Eden CLUB RECEIVES which they too regret very much. In Miami Hospital. HENRY CABRE 22
You many years ago. Wolf Is con- TIRE The new owner expects to operate Mr. and Mrs. Hanes, parentsof \\PIIONE
nected with the Florida East CHANCING the store arid Improve the Mrs Wallace Earle of Washington

Coast Railroad In St. Augustlns INSTRUCTIONThe building. Barrett hopes to leave ) D. C. are expected to

yhere they now reside. Palm by Aug. 15. Their! many friends arrive this week to visit with
d.. ,I I'I If stration Club City Demon- wish them success her until she and son Timmie, 1,
Dinner guests of the E. R. En- Monday on the Mr. Wilde Is spending a partof and twin daughters leave by
lawn of the Palm\ City Church at
f sty family July 30 were Clyde the aummer at his former plane Aug. 14 for Japan to Join
1 ,
p. m Vernon Chason of the
Coutant and Benny Fulton of I home in Connecticut.. her husband, Capt.' Wallace
I IJ Stuart. Monday Mr. and Mrs. demonstration gave a Friends! of Mrs. George dine Earle there.
Ensey spent In Tropic where En- ; on changing a wrre gijtved to learn of her Mr and Mrs Aubrey Waddell
tire. He advised ,
the always
sty was looking after his grove I women sudden death last week, She was and sons, Richard and Eddie, of '
6 I Interests to have the spare tire a'resldent ,here in the past Vero Beach the dinner ,
J : were
checked for air and to have in .
I though recently living In Stuart. ,
their guests Monday of Mrs Waddell'i -r
car a Jack they knew would .
work, a screwdriver and lug She had suffered for years with aunt Mrs. A. L. Church, and Mr,
high blood pressure but was Church. ton
I wrench.
MOOSE : thought to be Improving. Sym
I / 1 ITUUT LODGE 'lane After his demonstration Mrs. -- newGOO
'la ly 4 MEETS a,..., r. M. pathy Is extended to Mr. Cline.
i 9 COME AND .1 '..4 ... WEONESDAVI John Waters and Mrs. Richard and her sister, Mrs Oore.,
1 uat Nt ADIus/A.E
oN EACH IIIONTH Wallace changed a tire under his
Miss Viola Krelder Is spending
9 tSEI ..t \ J II wleet.- Woodma s Hall supervision, which he checkedand
A I YEATL! T.A this week In: Fort Lauderdale.The REALEST
{ Stuarf Fill.f approved.The. Palm City class of the ERT

9 \ --- I : club entertained their Home Demonstration Club met
I I I I husbands and families at a pic Monday afternoon at the Palm
II nlc supper at t p. m. City Church after which a picnic [E ES

I Those attending were Mr. and was held at six p.m In the park I

Mrs. Mark Baker Mrs. Simmons, opposite the church where a new U"fo MORE N-SLID ,
Mr. and -Mrs. gnu has been Installed. Ths
Verne Van Ness,
Prop ties all einds MlLEAG10V."foLO T A
I Mrs. Steve Blasko Mr. and Mrs affair was enjoyed by all. o

1 Henry Crews and daughters Violet The Ladles Aid oi the Palm for sal R PRICE'
Mary and Judy; Mr. and Mrs. City Church met yesterday for
Bylvanus Crews and children an all-day meeting at the McDowell NOW $l 5. p1e.N. ...

5t Norman, Joyce and Francis; home, Mrs. Krumb who Also'rpes a and'insur-' 6.00.1.,
41cttii%* Mrs. O. B. Cadwell Mrs. John U caring for the place, for the USS tx-IN ,
summer, was hostess. A covered
Waters of Bayslde N. Y. and her anceEdw- MOOS Ass s children, Ellen Mary and Ro- dish luncheon was enjoyed and ai_ OtbOfS also 10W_.
bert; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallace -'] In the afternoon the women accomplished -
Rain Contr Ve ilationS NsasCa : and son, Bill; Mr. and Mrs much sewing (or-the d 'TERMS AS LOW AS $ \.21 A W"
Clarence Felnauer. and fall bazaar. app I111111111111111111111111'".
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Patty and ,a nice Molly are both ill and unable to get Realtor Co.
x j Sunray Shutters Products Co. FLORi4ABSTRACT Mrs. Ralph Mallery and Karen and about much would appreciate Wiley Motor, I

O I and Jerry.DECISION. having their friends call as they P, O. Arcade Bldf.; I.
Most Hardware Store Builders {Supply Companies, are shut-ins. l Hihwa
t Department Stores, r JIM P..i/.r KENNEDY, |I SOUGHT Mrs. Betty: Knickerbocker and Phone 19, North,Federal' !

art Florida sTUART, P1.0R1DA i family are building a small homeon Stuart, Florida i
Tallahassee,' Aug. t Two their lot Just off of Murphy; g '

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t between Florida motor transportation store building they expect to .
I companies win be aired move soon to their pew home.
f West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN before'the Florida Railroad and' John E, Terrlck expects to You Can Now Bur '

l Public Utilities Commission in' leave soon for his Connecticut -
IN WEST PALM BEACH Jacksonville Monday when the home He recently built a small VENETIAN BLINDSdDNVENIENT

THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE commission begin( a week fit home on the river,at the end of :

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