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: July 29, 1948
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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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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$ CIRCULATION Sport ,Society Editorial

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Voice of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life ., ) n "



ill l Make Last Stopere Urges Unity, ''AIMS'' SCORED IS SUBJECTEDTO

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Understanding Pastor Commands Film CRITICISM

[ Saturday 8 p. m. Denies 'Rumored ift i

Morton McDonald, DeLand, Objectives'Four e Meeting Mall Packed for F

governor of District\ 167-B Rotary Usisb Hour-Long Oration by
Merchandise "rumored objectives" of
The Caravan of will vls't t Stuart for th International '
emphasized the r.c e n t oOI'Ianlled Good i I nM H. P.- Lyona (
ird and final time at 8 p. m. Saturday, accord'ng to John' fellowship and understanding in Government League of Martin

L Mann, chairman of the committee In charge of the all relationships In speaking to County were emphatically denied ". Before {an expectant perspiring i

Joneer Day* of '48 of which event the caravan U a feature Stuart Rotarians at Chlsholm's by the Rev Charles A. Ca- crowd that packed

I will be stationed thia week: In front of the Civic Center. yesterday del a director of the league, in the city hall and overflowed,
me 20 cash and merchandise a statement "to the people 6f Into St. "Lucie and OncpotaAves. ,

t will lit awarded thorn at- making \the annual Martin County" released here I ., Henry P. Lyons, Stuart 1
log the event, Mann stated LEADERS ME'D"I district glvernors visit to the yesterday, restaurant owner and I ,
&tint advantage of the popu- club, Tuesday night held assembly -I Dr. Carrie! went on to com-, unsuccessful City Commission i,
at the Civic Center for f
Merch- mend highly the juvenile delinquency
ltj of the Caravan officer and committee chairmen cand'date )last fall, .vociferously v
due, a number of the leading film-snown here to com
criticized in detail along
chants In Stuart will stage FOR ARTS GUILD of the club to hear of and counsel munity leaden at the theater'
list of .
them on future activities operations by the +,
dollar days tomorrow Tuesday afternoon The Presbyterian
big ..SI
Saturday, at which time I __ Stressing fellowship and understanding pastor said, "The wel J city administration but 're- }

rJ effort has been made to Mrs Lippincott New President 1 at work in all lout fare of the youth, which Is of frained from asking directly 1,
rr outstanding merchandise Mrs. Pexzoni major Rotary services,McDonald concern to the Attorney General 'or otherwise any changes in t
uei that will attract hundred Wins'ContestMrs ) highlighted basic principles Of the FBI and the Governor of city persopnel at the com '
he elty for those two days. I Rotary that have reached out Florida ls vital also to the parents mission's meetinjr last night,
second run of dollar day, to clubs in 80 countries and of Martin County. To pro- Lyons concluded his hour-long 1
Wells A. 'Ip
Lippincott was province of the world He asked
that Is
mote welfare
a'purposeof '
rig to the merchant par- oratory with a review of the
elected president of the Fine Arts I for service above self In everything Good Government I 1
the League
k ting In this event, will be i. i current suit by George Keith andA. ,
eel the latter part of August Guild, Inc. at the annual membership we do, "whether In the That means a community wheregood P. Krueger -
the I
club, our business, our community Fuller Warren (center) stopped briefU in Stuart during lib visit to OLeeclioliee Jul) 14 They are against City o
meeting! attended 26 laws are enacted and where Of
e merchant are by Stuart et at)
g e the advertising columns at the Woman's Club Thursday or'in the world as'a whole the law are enforced" 1 Tuesday in hu. St.ilewxlr travels to Ihunk the (kit to right) Rip, \\illium J j. lUnclry (Okeeclwlirt I announced objections Previously to City he

night I Rotary vocational.service In his denial of the current Cmintv ). Srnutnr, Evans Crary ((12th d"u- bond
The Stuart New today to voters for the, support hr rmncd hi !May in Win interest payments,, salaries I
ture dollar day values: After reports by retiring officers program came In for a big boost I rumor about the league the DcmiKTHtir Domination for Governor tmt). Hip. {PuvlillI; / Srunders. (SI Lucie County). to the city attorney and

ther of Stuart, Stuatt Drug headed by President H, R. from McDonald In the statement rie! enunciated the nlng Warren, hop Elmir Elliott (Pulm Beach County. ), I manager signs, on U 8 i, opposite '
pany,Stuart Hardware Com- Stcflens were given, other officers I that it has "been used the least I points; fOllOWlnl,1 I Item IK |x>s< s with Iwo members" of tin 1919 Slate Rrp-ckit, Ccnrge'Kclllt: (Martin/ Gninlv) and his place of business the +e

, y, Stuart Department Store, elected Include. Mrs Price I and has more possibilities than I The league Is not a Ltlii'.litiin. mil 1 iilHiinst( Z.nL Slushy ol Stniul Mnsl..V. police department, garbage collections
Itto Radlaand Appliance Store i l f'rench.lJat vlce--pn! dent: Mrs any other part of our program', city street repairing and
Style Shop Martin County" Roes Wltham 2nd vice-presi I He urged Rotarians to give the' tion erganlsatlon wh ,1 I use of city vehicles
Inc Company; P It L Ltd.re .I dent, Mrs C E, Lane, secretary; I conduct of their business the 1 1I I by pose law..tt to make the county dry I Ma tiBo. d-Ot'; t;Parent The commission for lack of .

Coleman Firestone Store, a. A. Mennlnger, Jr treasurer; four-way test: ((1)) Is It the truth? "The league Is not a Sabbath WARREN TALKS I any written statement left his I, I.
Hardware C It K: Walker, Mr. Alfreda Hogarth, historian; ((2)) Is It fair to all concerned? biervanee which I objections unanswered and instead -

elerl, Daniel' Sundries, Mia Mr Elizabeth P Madiera, business I ((3)) Will It build good will and I Intend to organization close the Sunday 1 Counties Cut 64.13 Per Cent I urged that It he had any
'Vstoney, Beautician The manager, and Lane Steff- better friendships? ((4)) Will it movie arid baseball complaint he should make
News St. Lucie Bar and ens, Wltham, Wendell Waters, be beneficial to all concerned? I ,amea. Sunday' TO 8 800 HERE o formal presentation of them in J I, ,

Wuh-O-Mat, Little Dress the Rev T. J. Geary Mrs. Frances International understanding,' writing to the commission. Subsequently ; ,
The league aot a church Martin County bonded debt to Its parent counties St. Luck
Slocum's, Victory Beauty:, C. King and Mrs Walter F.I of rapidly-growing significanceIn I I a short debate arose : ,
organisation attempting to and Palm Beach, has been reduced 64.13 per cent: since administration : .'
and Hall Electric Service Davey, director: Rotary service, was stressed In establish her standards by Pledge 'Fair peal in between! Lyons and city attorney I t
of the debt was taken over in 1930 by the State Board of
fiddle pet and doll parade However. Mennlnger Friday McDonald' closing I statements M O LJttman regarding ertaln
i I resigned his position effective i I) compulsion. Address at Administration, a report by Ralph A. Potts,, SBA executive director, features of the suit
by Daniel' Sundries,I I | He considered three world prob- The league disown all purposes Park Tuesday against thl
eduled for 4 tomorrow af- immediately "because of Imminent" -I lams facing humanity besides except thou expressedIn I revealed here this week. city but ended inconclusively. ? I'

oa, according to Mrs. Dan..i conflicting viewpoint on( which he said, nothing la very Its name,.the Good Government With a pledge to give '!all "a I The debt, which Is a separate -- The commission, pawed on fir\ *" '
., It will form In and around, Oulld operations"Mies ,[ significant H* Is concerned League of Martin Coun fair and deal as an all- account from the total bonded In the debt were determined reading Ordinance 189 which effective .
| Pet Office Arcade. Rose Crverko, a close second about avoiding a third world ty, and specified In Its charter. lorlda Governor for tour years' I Indebtedness turned over to SBA necessary Oct. 1 would increase' all
Ittii/ parade can b* Entrle'j In the voting for the office, I war, averting world-wide economic : gubernatorial nominee Fuller I j February 1930 stood at that "The amount of $585,12214 city occupational license taxes
0I pm. at the Daniels store. is expected to replace hint collapse and eliminating "In America one does not stick Warren made successful 30- Iin was. not new debt but was composed an average of 25 per cent andconsiderably ,1 I
children entered wlU be given;I A committee composed of Mrs from Industry class hatred and i put his neck by professing the a before time, five years after the coun principally of the proportion more in certain instances i
minute stout
let cream soda. ,! Davey, Mrs. Witham and Mrs.,i I bitterness Through their solutions principles that have made us a 800 appearance at baseball ty's creation, at $585,122, At of debt owed by Martin It also passed! Resolution

number of prize will be of- 1! King announced Mrs. Nellie Pea-| he said. we "will Ond direction nation and by trying to do his park person on East Sth Stugrts'Bt. Tuesday the present time, Potts said County to the parent counties. 418 adopting the city aa'I,
t-the children competing In I(sonl as the winner of the Guild's uV:* part to make the American way afternoon "the amount of principal owed However, after this debt was set, sessment roll for' 1948 as ap- II,
event There will be prize contest for a Oulld motif For The club had nine guests. work. He Is Interested in the by Martin County to the parent up in Martin County, offsettingadjustments proved by the equalization board fi r rI
the most outstanding local I Ia I her winning design Mrs Pezsonl public welfare and In, 'one! nation Arriving in a motorcade that have been made I Monday morning, Renewal of
counties U $200,872"Potts'
well as the most out-': will receive as a prize two tickets indivisible with liberty and met him at 2:45 at the north against some of It and althoughnot i Insurance on the city water tank,
issued I
report was as an
for each dramatic ." county line following his talk in thetable 1 building and machinery again
presentation set in
lug entry coming from the KIWANIANS\ SEE 1 Justice for all' addenda to the report Issued by specifically out
Fort Pierce at 2. Warren la hIS I
st distance A prize is 1 during the next year !B J Van Ingen and Company, reductions in the form of was delayed until the board L
15-mlnute address described his ,
meets 11
offered cancellations of some of the recorded : Aug
for the prettiest girl Inc., of Miami in March on coun
ine i most attractive boy in 14 nomination as constituting approval -I tie,' road and bridge debt In debt were made without I 1
Commemoratives MAGIC DISPLAYCharles Cleanup Begun and ratification of his Involving cash payments. I
parade. Other prizes will platform by the people of Florida | Florida, a story about which was MflXWETTQUiTSSTUART
carded the most unusual, the l Included In The News on June Shifting to maturities Potts
As a result, he said, he expects :
am: \the mont oezreckled: To Be ReleasedFour At Cemetery to recommend: that plat '' 24. The Van Ingen report Mowed said: I 1:1",

A. Christopher presented form to the 1949 Legislature for!II the Martin "additional bo'nd- "Although for many years it
Aries must be accompanied I i a brief and amusing magic --:..- enactment, but he added "I need led indebtedness figure\ to be was necessary for property taxesto PULPIT ,
their pet ,dog cat, chicken I more 3-cerit commemo- display at the noon meeting A the people's help to get this : Inc I second highest In the State be levied to supplement the I
t or doll. A number of en- rative stamp Issues are scheduled I:of Kiwanis at the Woman' Club full-scale Cleanup campaign passed and prompted inquiry gas tax In' order to service theroad I .
i have to be Issued within the next two hail been started at Fern Hill and bridge bonded debt of
already been made, Friday The club: had three Therefore he urged ,'veronc'0 '|I The SBA official report stated i I The
citing to Mr*. Daniels. Chan 1 weeks, the Post Office Department !: guests, and 72Vi per cent attendance Cemetery, L. 8 Oregorie, president \ make their wishes known to' : Martin County based on present Rev. Phil Maxwell pastor
of the
Stuart Church
from to I year of age are has announced.The of the cemetery association, i I I "The office of the State Board', estimates under normal conditions : Baptist I
him through legislators :as
since April 23, 1944 announced
i&le to enter thIs event. first will honor the late A committee of David M.,Marshall announced Tuesday In urging all he cited his accord with the 1 of Administration was established I I no further tax levies ap ,' last week end his '
t Pioneer Day of '48 will William Allen White, Interna and David B Irons to study lot owner to join In the effort. views of Martin County ed 1S30, at which time the 1 pear to be necessary in Martin' the effective resignation of l' '
I brought to a close Saturday tionally-known editor of the Emporia possible incorporation, of the An electric mower is being sentative-elect' George Rl'pre-I 1 entire debt of the Issuing county;i i County for such purposes It position in ,""the firstweek "lP
( with\ street (Kans i Gazette, and will was set up In the account of the may M> necessary to Issue refunding September church '
p dancing follow- club reported first action on the used, Oregorie sold and paths i I
"I have formed a partnershipwith I clerk John J. Moore said l
bonds in order' to meet :yesterday i'
the visit of the be released in Emporla Saturday will '' parent county In cases where i..
Caravan of Idea have to be taken by and drive are being cleared of the people;' he said, "and' I I .
few of the bond
future ma-
Next will one to commemorate other counties were partially | a
ndlse. Ticket to the come the board of director at their all rubbish A liOO-gal. water I
expect to see It through"In I Maxwell, vacationing until '
but with the facilities
,which Include both round the long friendship next week.' i, liable for same Subsequent to turltles I ;'
meeting Principal and electric has beenInstalled
pump I reporting this to be the 10th I mid-August with his in
provided the State Board of Administration family
square! dances, will be sold between this country and Can- change would be made to better : that time each partiCIPatlnl'1
necessary ; provide watering county covered so far In his I under Section 18 of Alabama, has accepted the pul- ,
Ithe Jaycee-ette. ada to be released at Niagara in the by-laws, Marshall explained facilities county was ,I 1 I
Statewide "thank tour he
you : at the First
Article IX It is believed that pit Baptist Church d
Tenants Plo- Falls. N Y.. Monday Third In that chief I proportion of the debt 1
sponsoring the adding the assetfor The cemetery, which lies inside bespoke his appreciation far the In St Augustine
Days the list will be for Francis Scott : !I I As time passed it was found I very satisfactory interest rates 'starting Sept 1
of 48 from whom the request .by Klwanls International the city limits on StateRoad large turnout and commendation can be obtained I ) 8," Moore said He Is due back l
for a ride on the Caravan Key, composer of the national In Chicago Is that individual 78, Is divided into 711 for the "most unique- andpleasing necessary to make adjustments : In Stuart In time for the t:
anthem' which will be andreleased I : In the amount of debt owed by I: To date he concluded Aug.
erchandlsnnay be obtained, Klwanlans would not blocks There are 10 lots in each with Its location ,
M'3 reception' 15 service at the church and t
e the following: ; at Frederick Aug,< become liable for any debts Incurred block 'find eight graves in each I originality. This wo only some of the counties I MarthaCounty I' Ing bonds with $190.000 reUnd-j will remain through August and
t had assumed, at the have been Issued with I
Sari Department Store, 6tu- 9. Two day later in Washingtonan by the club or Its mem lot. Lots are $100 each plus $100 the second baseball park he had a perhaps the first In \
Sunday. September
.Amer time of Its creation a part of I I.I i cent Interest rate compared .
Drug Corporation st. Lucie Issue "Saluting Young bers. for perpetual care ,
spoken in, he said, and the Stu- I Moore added.
of other the ..8 cent of the
the indebtedness
counties average
and Ortll lea" youth month Sept. 1-30 will II
\ Walker Jewelry, art turnout topped the other. .I and numerous adjustments i I. old bonds refunded A pulpit committee will be j,
released ,
Sundries Store, Stuart be He prefaced his remarks from'' named to select his successor, It '
aware! Company, the A tt P All Issues will be available High School Athletics Show I a large flag-bedecked truck |i was saidThe I
release KEITII HOST TO FOUR Florida Farmers'Income I :
Hutto Radio and Appll- here soon after platform with "my thanks both I (I' church construction I I
Company, Slotums. Cha- ,to my supporters and to t | committee Tuesday night received :
Service Station, Mather Fur- LIPPINCOTT SUItS $679 Deficit for Past YearAs "Uho did not support me." Fief I .1 Exceeds I five bids for remodeling the 1 I ,
Store. Coleman Home and PERMIT FOR PIER concluded by inviting Martin For Governor-nominee Fuller I IWarren'a front of the church but action J i )

Supply Kindred' Super- I County representation In the I appearance here Tuesday National AverageFlorida was delayed pending study of '
.King Pure Oil Station The Application has been made to I elaborate Inauguration parade afternoon Martin County I each Arnold Bauer heads this
W News, Martin County the Department of the Army l>y As a result of the unexpected large expense incurred by the and activities in Tallahassee in Rep.-elect George Keithwan group

we Company, George's Cafe Wells Lippincott of Stuart fora !,broken leg Injury suffered by Bert Clements-early In the football January. host to representativesfrom << farmers averaged a I -- ----
''Ordway Motors, Sailsport permit to construct a pier at season last tall, the Martin County High School Athletic Association A perfect day greeted the four neighboring counties net per farm income of $3,7201 COMMITTEES NAMED

urant Lyons Imperial Res- his property, Lot 2 in Snug Har- completed the 1947-48 school year with a lost of $879.52:!, Principal nominee, and afterwards the who also stayed for the subsequent last year, greater by 18 per cent I FOR DRAFT WORKSuperintendentR 4
tnt Thomas Grocery, Ouy bor Subdivision, on the southerly i ErwIn F Johnwlck announced this week. audience had the opportunity of baseball game. The quar- I
M Bar, Magdalena Maloney, shore of the St. Luck River Total Income for 'the year was meeting him 'being tet Included Miss Edna Pierce than the national average the H. Rollins, ,
iclan and Anthony's Oroc-. about 2.3 miles from the railway $459954, but expenses totaled I(I bills' $1,36452. However, .funds I refreshed :: bllfrd soft (Highlands County) who will be research and Industrial division County Judge Arthur R. Clonta t
1 1 bridge. The proposed timber 1 $927908 The Income Included drinks and watermelon. A base- the only feminine member of of the Florida State Chamber of I and Clerk of the Court J. R. J
:pier would project: Into the river $3,24735 during/ the football season for these bills will be received ball game followed the 1949 State Legislature, Wil Commerce stated yesterday Its Pomeroy are the committee of

about 108 feet from the high- $351.87 from basketball, from the initial football games Harry F Dyer, chairman of the liam J. Hcndry (lOkeechobee weekly business review three appointed by the Governor
THE TIDES eater shore line, at approximately $18282 from baseball, a balance scheduled here before the bills Fuller Warren Day committee, Country),, Alexander Mac William "This per farm net Income to be In charge of registrations ;.
I an 80 degree angle there. on hand of $?Ua at the year's fall due, Johnwlck explained. today expressed his 'sincere (Indian River County: ) and)I ranked Florida nth among \the I in Martin County for the Impending -

N ::0' h.-_... e... .a. II. to. The pier would be supportedon start, $482.80 from Insurance returns Total expenses for the Clements thanks to the following who David H. Saunters (St Lucie States lost year in contrast to a'' youth draft, it was revealed -

'' :::...art, .soy. ..:..: 2-plle bents on about 12-foot and 63.15 net from two injury were $1,068.32 'which helped In some manner locallyto County.) rank of eighth In this respect here this week Registra
W t a.r,,s to v .11I.. 'oO 1..j. I centers, with deck 3 feet above tournaments. figure Is Included In Johnwlck's make Tuesday event successful. I I In 194. The highest per farm Won date U expected to be set
s"Men H wu ..L.WYuaMIwllM.. .,' mean low water. The center line Expenditures were headed by report. M SEE, FILM TUESD\Y incomes in 1947.were received In next month Judge Clonts said, '

r e.R. ... w.t of the shoreward end of the pier $146542 for equipment. Other A feature of the Stuart princi Ralph Ulmer, Robert Worth- Only'about 20 persons witness the Central and Western States action by the trio has been,, ,
a L s would be located: approximatelyat major Item were $94726 for pal's statement Is the Income am Price French, David M. ed an ll-mtnule documentary where farms are relatively large delayed pending Pomeroy'. return I
t It
lt: lea :at eta the center line.of Upplnc tt'a medical, $774 85 for travel 457.14 from the baseball season from Marshall John N. Mann T. J, motion picture on juvenile delinquency "Official sources reported a from vacation. ,J '

.I saes ass ass tads property;'! Oovernment tax, $345 for officials which last year the net was sero. F. Kennedy, William C. King, rated as one of the best total cash income to Florida The Associated Press reportedlast I f
sae lea lad/ Erwin John wick, Russell J made this subject at the farmers of $354,377,000 last year week the Governor's
: J141 set 'nit lai.a $328.55 for publications and This season with an Improved F. ever on renoml- ,
.: : $' I so; Ilas Iedsse SSA REPRESENTATIVE HERE tickets, $29804 for laundry, $270 team, stands and following the West Arthur M. Cohen, Edwin Lyric Theatre Tuesday afternoon Preliminary copyrighted: estimates nation of MaJ.-Den. Vivian Collins i
as. ads Prompt application by qualified for guarantees, $117 for Insurance profit to the assoctatldu from A. Mennlnger, Jr.Nicholas. Beat- The.picture Was fUmed of values of farm products of St. Augustine to the position
persons for retirement I and $10842 for field up- the sport was unexpectedly large ty, Harry Hoke, John' W Keller, by and for the FBI and showed used on farms and of farm expenses of Florida Selective Service t I'
HWEATHER survivor benefits that have been keep.! However, Johnwlck pointed This Income came only from gate CharlesConrad 1 the Junior how the delinquency movement made by Sales Manage. director, and said the Governor + '
earned under the Federal old out that most of these items receipts Chamber of Commerce, the City can be combatted through' community ment Magazine, brought the planned to follow Collins'' r ,
and survivor insurance proJ will be fad considerably this The football Income included Commission, the County Commission cooperation] State' net each income" total nomination with t nominations
tin ae I year :: ; equipment and Radio Stations WIRA down to $2:1'1.5Ot,004I.: for members of local draft boards
x :: tt5Yta.f gram was urged today by R, C. gate receipts, season tickets,, '
11 ,b pa.. "a.r.rrMltet.s Gehrken, Jr.. manager of the '8Yellnl. Despite the deficit the program sales and advertising and WSWN, Casa Lumber Com- | TRADES LEADINGTallahassee CONSUMPTION "as quickly as practicable. One ;
T_....... wrd..10. West Palm Beach office of the principal Was optimistic In his and guarantees with concessions pany, State Highway) Patrol.Sheriff July 29. Carpentry board may serve u many as tire l lcounties.
........_ Social Administration.He belief that the association should going to the chool'a FHA chap O M, Hancock and the I electrical and plumbing I The bureau of Inspection of ,, .
:: MII: Security that a representative ; show a definite profit upon the ter Basketball Income was derived City of Stuart Police Department trader continue,, to claim the the State) Department of Agrlculture i I Martin County' war-time

? e/ .Rs would be in Stuart at the ,completion of the coming year. from the gate receipt and I largest numbers of apprentices( ,' report 138.2 ton 'of>)draft board was composed of
11 ..54 a. Sr court house beginning at 10 a.m. In addition to the deficit John- concessions With more home An accounting of !the. $300 do-i i i under the Florida apprenticeship mixed fertilizers and SI ton of Col. A. c. Voris U O. Klckllter t

ore n :si 15wMFALL ;: I Tuesday to take such applications wick also reported $83S due on games this year the football gate nated to the enterprise by the I program, according tel Carl 1 I fertilizer materials were con- |I and Pomeroy, all of whom have
and transact other business bills In October this year makingthe receipts are expected to increase county board will be given next B. Smith, chairman of the Florida sumed in Martin County during! 'I been notified they again may beI '

4 rot ': .1,16 under the program. "loss including outstanding I materially Johnwlck: explained week Dyer said. ', Industrial Communion June. summoned I for thia ...mee.EMB -''

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tj\j. \ \ NEW ,and USED FURNITURE BOYNTON 8-7 ii 5TH STRAIGHTThe pitcher forced taw Pahokw!! lean J

\ i B. MINSCHKE felt it* final ichedul |.J.!
--- the Stuart junior

\ -: +---- --- -- -- BOOSTS LEAD Stuart Dodger ran their In Pahokee Saturday baaeillli alltn! ,

rice I UIIIII 1II1II1II1I'1I1I1I1II1I1I1I1I11II1I1I1I1II1I1II1I1I1I1"III' ;; ( winning streak to the games The Wtlon" con I laded Uke

: i _____ when they overcame Lake Park season with sever I\ralabt\
it i\\ VS il feats
\ GRINER'I preceding
} CUD tight hurling pt the fig_
\ behind the
:i Jem Arnold Win. 10th I .-. lory
t ATVAd ::: RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT, : S.ilfi.her. in WPB i r Otis Gilbert; it Little Dixie Park Two ralned-DUI gons4e

J I i ii \ SPECIAL MENU EVERY DAY ;"s i I \ Sunday at 3 '' here Sunday afternoon Fourth; I I Belle Glade and the OI_
In the skein came last Thursday with West Par
span ''I i. fried Chicken! Steak Oy,ter* and Shrimp j i -- beat out Bftc, ,
SOUTH FLORIDA COAST-GLADca when the Dodger / I canceled. How..' vet T J .
Palm = }I *. HOME COOKED =: LEAGUE Epartanburg 8: C.. 7-4 In a return I nedy, director ."i the ..1 I
Wlthttaclll' .. i. Tally, Delicloif FoodF. I i II' \ t rrTUART + f d j'rr :: match at the Stuart park sponsored outfit ldttoi! u
\ ... 1 .i IAAIkrht.s 1
tlrrnie. <* I The win were Stuart* 12th I will be sought tor the..bilout .
.... '
day j! U MRS ALBERT GRINER I I World I Ikt I tn and 13th of the year against nine !the six weeiuT\
r n. f v defeats Nineteen of the 22 Stain Sepumbet 1\I1tq *
:: \ \ Drive In Curb Service I Weset n\m UASTTIUHT\ ..l'PAV"r aaautTN ,1 I'' I. game have been played here,

ii (4 MILt NOR711/ ST LUCIt RIVaJR, MIDAS ON flO NO tI f I *. $ :: 7P The Fort Lauderdale Giants Sunday for the Bodimi7
I er ,CS 1. w"h'h; ) 5 here Hi
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RE\A.L\ ESTATEIlolhe.itee I I Horace Arnold' clutch b BOX and I ,SPRINGon

hitting for the second successive 6
f ancj Waterfrontage Sunday afternoon .
.- brought victory to the error-
Reasonable Value $5950
I I rdden: Stuart Sailfishere. as $69.50

1 1dr P New Aden] : 4th Street, Opposite School Boynton Beach wan beaten ,. I TWIN OR pOUtiLE SIZE

1r 8.7 on the East 6th St. field '

here Sunday The day.long; Ft.. Pierce Sleep Shpp

Q KUBIN I threat of rain held down tha rwa've
I JTQ turnout that aaw Stuart whip Fort Pierce, Fla. 120 N. 2nd St Phon7n(

i \ the downataten for the \
fourth straight time this eaion. ""- _, ,.M 4 i --

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LIST your Room, Apartment I land R.nuj
The win coupled! will take Home with us.
\ Worth/ smashing triumph over
Pence Construction Co. Clowtsum the: same afternoon 'U. FULFO b
Increased Stuart lead to two i \
full game In the South Florida .c .aUafads'

Phone 193 Coast-Glades League second ,BUYING: 'SELLINQPKQJTRTY RENTJNC

D-7 Bulldozer \With Blade or Rake half fUher chase prohibitive!and made favorites the SalK to MA.NACI fit;!M i .

? :: Also '2-Vteird DraglineSee cop the second half In additionto Miami Oalljr Xava' faotaI I Write P. O, Box Fo. 4
the first and thereby eliminate 321 North-- Colored/'!nue
U* For the post.season playoffs. I I. \\ C ilxtt (center) of Fort Pi<' ce 4th PIS mlnshm for putrul puipose* alt the enforcement/ oil 31T

'rk Clearing Gra ing Ditching The edge Is Stuart i biggest of tilt mi'mix'i if (the, State Came and Fnsh \\'.,ilri, /gum .and fuh laws At left i Ie Curtis Wright! ,wart, Flor/Ja
the district! clmf, The plime!, with VHP"
year .Fish I <'.tflitnJSSRm, ( receives a bill of kale from igitit, equipped
Diking Etc. Cellar-dwelling West Palm radio. will be used Corlx-tt laid, In patrolling the -" -'-- -- -
I Beach U Stuart next stop with Earl KM! NI 01 l Stimrt (right i at the formal iklnil i\ Ukt OL.t'eCbobee.E\lergllKtet areas Should

three of the remaining four loop IK! I lirst ul l thm plum purchased, h\ the cum tiixililu be ipolted surface craft will be notified.
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... u games,/ for the Sailflshert slated Are You a PotentJU 1 or ChronicALCOHOLIC
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I \ : \... Clnthf' road. The teams will\ playat GOOFY GOLF' MEET I

'i't"'t' : We Vepair all kind of time.r. Wright Field there at 3 p.m. State Fishing FORT PIERCE INVITATION GIVEN ?
% piecrW--plain and fancy Sunday a* Stuart also seeks its I : TO STUART PLAYERS:

l Swiss) watches, chronomet fourth straight over the Recs If eke follavUf tt 4 .h ,.. ring
of Martin w (re m nmMt >
Two of the three Member the County
past wins have
i. ; Returns Best fw tmrmMt et /WHITE ROSS HOSPITAL
mute \
( eri, slop watches, antique CLIPS
been shutoutsStuart's ; STUART Oolf and Country Club have been
'i i clocks.Naturally, American six errors Sunday gave Invited to participate In a "Goofy t. b h. the rely kM ... .> Kn) H"'. Ikea h narWclminly r
r I f w (chea too. A* a remit of the opposition five unearned In HistoryI Oolf" tournament at the Country fw traatnnnt al *. (*i>.' _

4 .4, \ t our long, experience you runs and enabled Boynton Beachto I Club of tHe Everglade: In 2. T.M CMJltbn I b'tod.r/r.t.riW m e oIofi.oIi i _
'.1 : soon have a dependable, pre. ; reach the Bth Inning In a'.T I The Stuart; tSallflshera may be Belle Glade Saturday afternoon. .... ....... -.del.k ky Sblse "he boss eiand/ II '
'. i s ]ki ___ cite timekeeper. tie. However after Mott "Bud": 1947-48 season -: tops In, their league and fort Tourney Chairman C. J. Aspey M. ">/V.>( .... .lia i/" a
Partln. Jr.. walked Don St Ongeto Pierce last In Its loop but when said the event will be made an KSrrrAL\\ trhMin
the biggest fishing J. TIle WHITI dh
.i start the last halt or the 9th was year the two teams meet \the monotonous annual one It I* being held' u CROSS, | Nrrnrac
\ I Your Watch Can't Stump Us! he was replaced by Bob Davis ''In Florida's history, the State, I regularity of the result part; of the club summer membership '..eeeroy'+( 101.mtlmtmtittrj 4..taraaiJuif HM y..dsgue11e.r ...*. cajlldttiail.*.IrtMl M M
yartln had tolled the previous Game and Fresh Water Fish would never Indicate these fact drive.
'd i eight frames, had been taggedfor Commission said today. to be no Taking advantage\ After players have weathered .. h b o .....IIe, tk/ .tf '-'I'** ._"" .. frani, arf |
YI I' a dozen base blow and alsoAce. Commission plrector Ben C I of seven Stuart error the Chick the lany hazard, member' and r... .* knttttiuili.atmant *>rinf yw ncntr>.

: ; Stuart Jewelers 'I reported that S20500 mowed down the Sallflsher 8-1' guests of the club will\ be entertained I. (M .."'It In*. Ik.* WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL I I
; : fOr the ihlrd< 'i straight time this at a buffet supper and SI he 41.hea.d. pes r- ,.. n.ee$ .t 'e Sea
._ ya to u. Iwluii. ,n. *....,',a person bought fishing\ license dance at the clubhouse, i ii. I
..... ..I,. during the fiscal year to shatter summer before a Fuller\ Warren I II F_ Ski tIMe w 55ee .Ir ......... il.la y.i'.1. I
{ 'Formerly Stuart Jewel Shop) .... AVB all previous records, Sale exceeded Day crowAI'of about 100 on the ** ..... ... k. tk' 55.1.1. .... .f tossed erns I
J269 Otceola Avtf Nay Dehon Building : :::: .::>::::1 !I the 1946-47 figure by East 6tb St diamond Tuesday .. I
_,. amdnd mtL I afternoon y. 'Inftlliganf narJni rM yw onalitlMI. fer* ... ea Ire {
*"."', _. ... .".5d .n more than (3,000. he laid : ,ilell..,. rfflMr. ..... .. .-. WM. .. with .MiMviof
1 ::- --+- I w. akpn. .. .. ........It lit Ue estimated there were Hilt Eddie Schoedlnger' lefthanded / 1 1U la. I
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0' to
Ow. .o. } msH. the SaUlWier in complete
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Arnold. : ::.: .,.::.. : :.11 ,:rid least fishermen 1100,000.additional. who were freshwater not! submission limiting them to five $TPAET .*. .'. / ......"'I .\lc l>oli y Wta..al MlHM' a I I
t Yes nr hits .fanning 10 Including Don '....atl.. .... N ...'01 .... ..: ap.a .f ekskei.bsg
i gt :..:.:Aj required to buy license INCA Ie .
f aos .n.d.bli
I Ii ;Our Machine Shop '':. : .acs Morgan, report also showed I El Ong thrice and walking only "
i .. that Florida entertained more one. Harris Lowery In the .2nd I 1,12We t. T* tM ML drbkig" .will ,........ *. .rva r.. rf rid. '
t Anus : ': ; :: :::, ,. out-of-State angler last year who Was Immediately wiped out wrve 5'"M* tk... yap, elssN rfw4 M .colfle" I
jilt 1 1I
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1 i.: Filly) Equipped tb! handle any type of .. ..i,... : than eyer before Non-resident" Iin the day only double play .10. OBIT ../week ef .kMn< fraM hem ..J Limos. k .
i Warren was the only ,
5,5,0 .. license" sale numbered 11,000-I i I Shlpe ... .
a Il5 esaein ,
:Metal Work. r-
i r41 Bring your Farm Machinery 0. aS_ n .'71 i nearly 16000 over the previous Sallflshe., able to do much with
II.", .. s ./be the' Chick twirler I He singled Tk WHITI I CROSS HOSPITAL I k v- ; 'k. prt l mt nnmt
:Repairs to Us. We have: a skilled operator all-time high.If I i horn the: first Stuart In the tar tk. tAatnwat *f T W (WlJHlM ::,: D. M., M afar IhHuiv I I
TEAM it .sae; I you pay more than $2 for run Specialize A 55.hsg h.n( .r WobHyl If Ska. pmNe imMi l
I"* in charge. If it' spade of metal and your new resident fishing licenses' 3rd, scored the second on Charley Sine tk/knpiMl CM ,)I.* T... !I. tke *wiM I"<""Se of 1w.,1t 1- ,
q gypped. The State Kindred tingle and an InReatsIs seek VKk Oil Mlor
you re getting her .5 posi MfrCl
deeds Machine WorkSee, Us.STUARTMARINI had received only mediocre lup- I Game and Fresh Water Fish and tripled I I tn... the andcounted week = : lfwiM lr> ,
r )port Davis got Charley Kindredto Commission said today no license on a passed. ball. ef ..".Iew. DI.-t .. .......tic .r....e ..* I1 "
e force St. Onge and Jesse Arn- I dealer ha a right to charge The. box score: 1 ....-. All..... !IT ."...... .f ..I,. I

old to fly to Vickie In center. more than the fee set by the Foal flERCEAH F. InfsrmatloaFEM.
\ H H ro A JIJI.
but Harris Lowery grounder to Legislature The aatd It I .. _. .
SERVICE Inc. : agency Ktrlra Ian* V4 t 1 I 1 I
ihorl took a bad bounce for a had received complaint that I II .l..8ul.niStrickland. If. .* 1 5 1 1 1w. R ATE-JNSVIIArcK
: slnil :lending; Kindred to second i I I several sub-dealers were overCharging 5.541.5. I.tb K': S 1 t : : 1 : rriU or See ruM I H @ C R Wi,
Phor/e/ 33 whence he scored when i( : license buyers$ a..el. ...-.".. ...s o5505555
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"Mule" Arnold poled a long H... Ik .J. 4 P 1 I S JO E. TAYLOR
I J H..b"'... rl. I S t 1 1 1 J
Jf single to left-center I I I 'YUAIT U.' r rMk i. I 1Mrlalwte Oleo
: BUf rheae
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-. -"---. Horace Arnold took the hill for, ASS H10Ah cf :, ::JT I 5S.5adl.ea ) :
; Stuart and for three Innings held i, ft OKI* ...If 4 I t 1 1 IKlnitrxl p .._1 .,e ..' ._1 1I7 STUART .1.) CMTM! Av.Ph.. ." '.. P/Neba
( .h 5 t 1. | 1 ... ... .. ... ... Hs.. a.
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Martta I b
Boynton helpless. But In the' I. Arnold |k.> .. 1 1 I 1 ( 1 : 1 .u. S ..C.ninfr.... Ib..hn .ssSseW web 5r LspH1
J "'WE DO OUR 1(. Phone 265 4th stanza three singles and ; lo M .AwubS'ft".. ", I *t I' I *I ti aTJARTA5 R n I 10 A r CopyrlgM 147

a'' THEN WE INSPE T, three error added to a pair of i Hull .. I I I '. ebies .eQ'I, ..- 4 I $555 1
wild I 1e'k- .. 1 1 I 1Iv.lrr. :; :: I T 1
and d
pitches a fielder : : : f
1 EACH LITTlE TH rjr\T IDA TU ft < I 1. t t o. ab._ If ...._ .. .. f jlAwarr 14u .
i "V choice play enabled the.,visitors I h..tte .k I L I .
11 .e I 1 1
i i ,,1 MUST BE CORRE'Cr/; \! to score five times Jesse Arnold Mann: M .. .. 4 t t F vfw,: :..' : : 5/ : !I
W. 11"10... u .. * I. ll.hllrr lb i .. .a 1 / II Wet Palm Beach
took over In the 9th and the ..... Directory
$ I -- ArnuM -r:: : : 4 1 f .
P mber"oj last Inning rally gave him his n.t. Kmmtt Ik ..., 4 11 tH.ll
; JThe 8ror kr ttmlnr" "._.. .. t 11
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IfI .,. 10th slab! victory of the summer' Ito/. .." llratk ttt 4H t*07IItuart RMlt.: a _?.:"': I i 1 1:1 i ,it Ir. When In Weet Palm' Beac'b.The.. .. Firm Appreciate, Your ParrpnM*,
Y Both he and his brother fanned!! lit 110 Ml ,5Hun. ., a 1tins. .
: ,:' f- -" FOR t five hitter and the team axe '! bitted I.a-Ceow. Y"bl. 51.en: .' .. .. .. .:'ll _: / _1 j
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0 IMU J Arnold i.-.m H Arnold.
1 t \ .iJ+, J- Dependable, cuted its idth double play In the" BralU Two kau .ktu Claiat:Lor .- It. ( 555 It. .1 BADCOCK'S .St 'Moo.I 55.515 H A'W T 11 0 R N11
4 -tIQuick., /th Inning .. I. A.. .... Thro bars kit MOnr Sen lor 10..1.e. (I* :;
KalT t. .. 511545155..5 -WI
rnni luarl Bojn car Ika CO. ,
4.SERVICE: : The box score: ton Semi 5..1 an he.; .. atu.rt 7: Itu.r.555 /./ el1-I 513 Clematis St., ROOFING
BOYNTON BEACH Kotn,M ash *. HUlm .burr VMHlurner aru tmd 1. ::'' st.es. a. ab 1
AH R H TO A R: l I II.'attle.. .Clvrt.. kart.Desbl. .. IIhl_ .,kkked.. ....."' ? aoor [[} arJtYElItAtp1
._ .. ... ...... gtrtrklaaV. Furniture and '
T. ail
Wb AXt: QUIPPED TO HANDLE SIZE JOB tllle.l I pl > -J AmoM to Sam to HAri b. law kaaa alt-W
: AN"\ G... 1 lb 5 0 1 5 15Tho.pes. ...Id. ThoMMoa U < roM lo OlIloULKvrifl r._ Mrs klta-W. IIhl_ HtU lUa.XuM. "House Furplehmp! HT
.b S 1 1 1 1 OPTRl4M1 .h p'TOllnall1l '
/ ESTIMATES SUBMITTEDVollfath I UIIIMll Knl M.dr.l.a5nekntb mad .e-PM 1'to,4. .Im/ ATaIra00h
M. "._ p.It .. Posts, I, kr H. Arnold 5. toot .5 Mv.--Pn1. Plmm 7. .. cI.asAT.d

l I Ef/ : :q 1! : i I kr I. Arnold*. off J: Arnold RaM oa 4. off.'1. -Armokt*.erfines : Sleet.: ply,.. -MrHlllan Ih, '. So.: U.. 1, ItriAlaa J. 5irbklend *- ---- r- OLtYI
1 Wild' .itra-H Arnold a P.rtln J ( Men S senfks
Plumbing Service' b. "...1. I.r 5 5 e 1 5 I Hued bat CobAlt: Runa: ..:! til.I -*rk:;al=. Orbs, BtrnrkaM kr
11.... ...N.p ... * I I oft M. Parti U and Jl In. S l.foI... .........1..... It kr T Juaa... t. b, "
001.44. 1 55 SIP ILasib I.1 Inono out In * / LARRY VOLLRATH .! .! .! _1 .! .1It 1 lit I/I tunes. oft H, Andd t .ed .In 410_ 1. Mt 4.kuo. 5. aft 'I..h.. ..
i 1..,.... lf I Arnold I and I In 1 rues ball coon a... ... his.-. LUMUR

I I 311 kron Ave Stuart Fie.r ant vkra .,nal.h.r *ta iI .11.e.d.11Le .(fl'I..ales, |. Wlnnlni.. ,..pHahrn-J..... M. "Arnold...1... set atl 9'Or.. 3..A......me< p S.sod.. *1 In, II ti I 1/11' I..1.".Mort, .JZ> Q or.a, C LOgp
.k.skd for Cutlto\ hi Ash..s.t.4 / U..U. sn5th.etL. Tinw L.I.e -....-f. 1.-.s. .jMpina l .Li
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ar, for; tomorrow. Plant tree I la"u uintef j ked other raw materlal -i Sqlernj/ News Mr. John Whittle left Monday Hobe Sound News and Mr and Mr. 01?t tilJVuV l of UILOINO PERMIT I SALE BRINGS $582.75 ', ,(-
will have ade-| in, the ).
.10 Florida future I for Texas to join her bus- i Boynton Beach' vielted'tu.dey' r r It. JoM k'. 'IIItoH7. 0.' Rna. I I
I ... A ale pursuant stipulations "
---- band. ,. ub4tUla. Bhxk I TCln/orM4
with Mr Grace,BaU ....
KM and fine I* kf 14 ft, 'of of the 1937 Murphy Act two I
DEMONSTRATIONCLUB Mr. and Mr*.Walter Bohannonof PARTY SLATED Ort Sunday the gue**" Mr. tare, 1.1.1. tract and 438 lot In I.t. City t
TltuivHl/ were guests of Mr*. and Mrs. Rance Randal and'he i Palm City Farm, Palm City
ENTRAL MARKETMEAT Bohannon mother,Mr*.Martha guests of Mrs. Grace Hall joined Marie Brodrick went Monday to Garden and Monteray Bubdlrla I J
MEETS Whittle Their children, Delore them In a beach part/ Swimming Stuart to enroll in the hobby ion of Stuart brought $M2.It la t '
and Ronald,accompanied them AT CHURCH fishing and a basket lunch and homemaking classes being base bid at the court hOU8f'lul1
home after three week herewith were enjoyed. .. conducted at the high chool It, it was AnnouncedMARKET l lc I ,
their grandmother, I I Mr and Mr. Dan'Shaw and ----- ---'! ---1""
PRODUCE and GROCERIES ONMONDAY. Mr. and Mr. Dan Shaw and THIS EVENING ton Harold and niece, Sarah :'1
son. Howe, of Hobe Sound ,and! Mae, had Sunday dinner with
OURTEOUS StRVICE .. By MRS O. D. QUIGLEY' tiara Mae Stanley of Urbana HI.I Mr and Mrs O. D. Quigley of G&TTE
i were Sunday dinner guest of: By MARIE..... BRODRICK Salerno later Sunday after A
f CONVENIENTLY LOCATED, I The Home Demonstration, Club Mr and Mr. O D. Quigley I -- noon the Qulgleys visited friends !
The of the
Akron Brook met at the home of Mr*. George Mr and Mr*. Emory DeLoach Women Society and relatives here. I I
i and Community Church will hold a
Osborn Monday afternoon. Mr|. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Bennett and card party tonight at Community Mr. and Mr*. Harmony and ,
.- -- Osborn, presided After a ..hortdevotJonal sons, Mr and Mr*. Bill Pen- HalL Those attending will son, John, have returned from Lt I IL L
darvts Mr.and Mr.Ted Mettger several week I
vacation In Detroit -
and business make up their own tables and lr
meeting .
and Mr and Mr Lewie Jacob They brought back
a guest
MIlS play the game of their choice 1II9( {
Lucille tnscoe lead
ANN PACE / In a enjoyed a barbecue at the homeof Admission will be 50 cent, 'Refreshments with them. LT
discussion .
on vitamins and mineral Mr. and Mr Austin Mullln in will be served The Mr, and Mrs. James Tucker of r
Salad Dressing *. Afterwaro refreshments Kobe ,Sound Saturday evening proceed will be upd for the new Stuart visited Sunday with Mr. j
were., served to Mrs. C. C Jacobs: J. "DeLoach returned home carpet which ha been boughtfor and Mrs, E, J. Arnold. T.r NOT
Pt. 37cQt.. 67c Mrs Jack Saunderson Mr. W' Monday after three month In the church, i Miss Jean Arnold and Miss I
L Metntt. Miss Inscoe
and Mr* Georgia with relative and Thomas Brodrlck left Friday
an Quigley friend.
/ SULTANA daughter Mr, and,Mr*,i'd Scotten and! The Rev.E.H.Crawaon pastorof !on S, C.a business and New trip Jersey to Charleston,
Joan Cassle Mae,

Stuffed Olive .Monday motored...,.-----:-oif to--West business- Palm. .Beach! last here Southern week and in after, Methodist Jupiter a lew, returned'months Church Sunday Mina* from June, along Stuart:Audrey with,I to several Bowden attend other left theI >--1 1 I

.' Illness In West Virginia with his
,; r 5 4.oz. as.37r son, LlscombMr summer. They band will camp be at gone Tallahassee live-
*. George Brownlee of Hobe week. r'|
pia MwIK I MGNK MI CO, Sound called on Mr. Michael
Mr and Mrs E. J. Arnold and
Pesin July 21 daughter Jean.and Marie Brad-1 1 ..'....Q.- .- ,, .-.e--
Leon Conine of Hobe Sound
NN PAGE rick I motored to West Palm Beach "
THE MOST C MPLETE called on J. D. Stevtnaon: Sunday GROCERYDONALD
GRAPE JA i Friday |

1 lb. Jar ...21c 2-llOar .*.........39c RETAIL AND H ESALEIN Mr and Mr. W M. Marr returned Mr. Virginia called Mr Munch. Thomas and DUCK CRAPE FRUIT TASTY TENDER

In: Naples Monday with after their three daughter week, Brodrick daughter and Mr on*. Russell Aliabaugh -I JUICE 3 "r: 14c CUBE KS"RN79C I. j

Mr*..Arlo,Carton and family \ Thursday .
THE AIM BEAC S Mrs C. C.Jacob and Billy returned The Community Church members --- MEATY .
ARVELHOMESTYLE READ 117 KEECHOBEE ROAD Thursday after a,week wish to thank Mayor Robert! VELu. "
In Daytona Beach with Mr. and baker of Stuart for filling the 29c
Loaf ....................... ..._I8c /NONE 43951 Mrs Eddie Smith.. Rev Alexander: Linn place Sunday I -- --- Z -- SPARE RIBS lb. 59c I'
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WHEAT BREAD have spent a month visiting with FLOUR 5. 49c ,
Loaf __....../L.._...14c SERVING COUNTY and their Stuart parent Mrs at Jupiter Asplnwall Island is, bal ----- STEWING HENS lb. 59c 'I', :
t WITH A the former Patricia WUmot Thecouple i MISS WISCONSIN '

ANt ICED PARKER DEVILS FOOD CAKE w. Complete Deliveries Dairy In Je0.eatr. Line negle I Tech to will resume leave today studies for at Pittsburgh Car PEAS 2 r:: 25c O FRoASr.., 59c b I IANTHONY'S I I--

Beach on Tuesdays, Mr. and Mrs Burton Drum- .
'35ABISCO Thursday and Saturdays.B mond and ton, Burton, Jr. of,
Baltimore topped on their return ECONOMY MARKET i'l'
home from Miami to visit
12-oz. pkg. ....."..a. .._............................28cANE MIHOMOGENIZED formerly of Baltimore now living YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE,GROCERY AND MARKET

PARKER PECA ROLLS9c '}y left William Saturday H.Snyder morning of the for Army four ___ --- --. .. II I ,
VITAMIN D MILK. months duty In Italy. Snyder is
the son-in-law of Mr. Grace Ir
I COFFEE CREAM Hall. Jupiter Island. Her daughter -r :
Althalre, will go to Vermont,
BUY A & H GARDEN FRESH WHIPPING/CREAM and stay with her paternal I TA Kt SH! I It
until her husband {
/ 's return They have been t
ALSO FROZE AND DRIED FOODS h CHEESE living In Connecticut for sometime ,
ltt W I ,
BUTT/R AND EGGS Mr and Mr. Andrew Lester s oft rA J

mS[ L 3 .. ...... 20C !have left in for North several Carolina weeks vacation l
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fRTA.-LARC i -
I OR YOURFAVORITE con Ronald, and Mr tfndMr !
I GROCERARAT'S *. William Volg and son,Hen- F FEE lb/ Can rI I '
EACHES 5 49c CjO 52ci$ f1
5/lb./, .... ........... .. .. Saturday ry, of Springfield to visit N.several J. arrived days ----- !

DAN -4f0// 25cri. / ''P.O. BOX 1042, STUART all.visited! Prior in Miami to coming and Key here West they I OXYDOL 31c PICKLES r; 15c ;,-J1" 1 l' '
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... .___ Mr. and Mrs A. Robblnson. ......
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DOG FOOD 3 25' 3 9c ;
e"hrl;;,Vi fie- 3 ;6-oz. cans ....29c FRESH TI4AT KINDREDSCarolina cans : J
Potatoes Brand DRIEDo .1.E
Zephyr .1.
b.. 4.42c/ Apricots ... ... '?49c PRODUCTS f REALLY ElbertaPEACHES CRISCO 31b.can$1.19! .

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DIN R AST' 'Yhol.. Lb. 65CHalf. VINE TOMATOES 30c. SOAP 3.3 25G SOAP 2 15C

EATY .. bars .
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*biscaChetse, -- Octagon Brands 10 ibs. 4SX : .

Ritz Soap Powder CIGARETS Popular Carton $ 1.73 {I

t"2.z. pJcr. .......23c Giant size ............22c SUNSHINE-KRISPY WILSON ; I

Crac alrl! read ed Wheat. Armour1 Chopped'* Ham .....55c CRACKERS P::;: 13C CORNED BEEF can 49c' SUPERIOR SUGAR QUALITY..WESTERN MEATS I

oaf ,..._..........14c Sunnyfield MIRACLE! WHIP SALADDRESSING LYKES, SOUTHLAND
nnour .Corn flakes( SMOKED BACON lb. 59/

tact .........49c 11-oz. pkg.,2 for ...27c Pint Jar 37i. J __.
IOld Mdal 20 Mule Team BONELESS, ROLLED ASSORTED ,i { r
;Flour Borax CEORCIARED'c, JEWE 4 135 59cl I S3'
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l lieerlos---- WATER GROUND 'C WHITE,BACON l

Oz.kg.. ..... ...16crmou Laundry Soap 49 C COFFEEIL..51, t '39? '
a Cora- ;;1 B.ef Bar ..........,.._..__..:........8c MEALJuBESfgRADE 5 / _...._.._.._ SALT PORK lb.
ordonota.t-ash _' -*35c_ Crltpo CoconutjCookies BACON 75' WISCONSIN-, DAISYCHEESE
Sticks 1 lOc Sultana I eu- ___ lb.;-.-x--i + .1b.69?
tp {' No..2 Can _, _15c REGULAR SMOKED DRESSED and DRAWN SHAMS ,,
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::,i. \ i Dr. and Mrs William Bart and LYRIC THEATRE JOINS IN PREMIERE' SHOWINGS OF EVENTS. : been visiting Uh

daughter and son Betsy and FRI.t.; Klwsnll, M. dregorle
I" SCHONBERGER'SElectric Peter left last Thursday for : cago for tht suety d
I Woman's Club.. 12il5. p. m. 01
I Washington. D. C., and to visit Caravan-trf Merchandise, Civic Center. 8 Visiting with deny whh

..e \ e I'.,.J .frL Barr1 father in Nova SAT.SUN.,.July Aug.31 1:: Baseball West Palm Beach! .../Stuart, East 5th StOiUmto Newton.Urea at Ill.LOYAL Cam. Ein44i
SHOE REPAIRING -e- fkd3! p. m. Civic Centdt> P' "In.TUES.
i of CommerCl8< '< | "
MON. i Junior
PAGE -,..... V. 8. Engineer working on the Aug : Circle No. 1. Woman's Society for ChrUHan, Service
I IA Inland waterway and registeredat iJhodbt; Church Mrs.H. H. Thayer?S p.,m. County Com\ SP p(H
IC LID Ii Army & Navy Surplus the Carlton Hotel are Durham of :
i 3 Palm City Mens Club 7i30: p. m. TUAR
hmiae. m.; ,
minion wrt
Hancock. A. 8; Copeland, Rich p. US'' IOf ::-J
305 East 4th St. ard Vaughan, John Se<y, Roy lot ut.tMON1y" 1IIMoolIII
WED."Aug. Club, ChUholm's, 12:15: Salerno CIvic As. :,
: 4' Westmore. K.: 1. Broadfelt and 4: Rotary '
i I I P. E. ShrUeg.L : ) I Salerno Civic Center, 8 p. m. a fLnFAAL Holes .
/ .pan .. sociatim.
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-- -- Ruth Stevenson, m.
Guild Mn. p (tl3udch
Palm TIIURS, Aug. Si: .Wmileyan I ::
With I Treat Club; Civic Censer 1:30: p. m. '
Jaclttlslbly I WE .iwrecked
I, I Uri 8. L. Fowke and ion. Lee, BU/-
;; ; : ; or. 2 REPRESENT I of Barnwell 8, C, arrived Tuesday ;
:. . STYLE and carp
t. for night to visit her parents, copper nd
I '' jAwa Mr and Mr. R. T. Jackson: of brat
Z Living Room Bed Room,'Dining CHAt itche": COUNTYCOIINCIl
Our Line It Complete Golden Data. Their daughter- ISCO'S ,
in-law Mrs. Howard Jackson, ''TO
? and children, who\ have been the

3 ;l,' Roddenbury Furniture ( tF/f 7 l' council Mr. Richard delegate R.for Wallace Martin/ Coun.State- Jackson's)! luests,.left Monday for S hDojeHttl

Auburndale where they will visit
rf; Cor. Ave. A'and N. 2nd St., Port P/eee.r :. ty Council of Home Demonstration' Mrs 8. J. Reddlck. Phone 129
Club, and I -
f = =- - -- Smith, president of the council, Mr, and Mr. L. C. Klckllter

I I4 Ii attended the State council meetIng ,I and Daughter, Jollne of Elder
I COUTANT -- irf Oalnesvllle July 1311. rado Heights returned Tuesday
tluMUTk' .ill. tong! /: I the Storm enst't coovt., ore {iiininrin !B.urynmre. Lauren Bjcul) sod! Edward C. I\ohln. There are 33 counties! In Florida night f1'Olla vacation at.Salt

(tIll'! prratlm/ Jiowliigs of "Key L rgo" this weak ."'n. T1\t1'4itor l y Is set against the Florkla hurricane where home demonstrationwork II Springs. \\r J I III

COMMERCIAL PHOTO RAPHY and! ,meet flu ("rll'mut(' production of Mutwcl) -country, and Stunrf's l.yrkTrrMre will pcnent ItSunitiy .carried on, and II of iMiiiimiiHiimiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDRESS
lost, turned! Bnmdwnt har cast oInd l Monday. '
IMIH s pLy a strong \\A 1
.' Real Estate Photogr phy im-hiilinii. I lluniliroliogurt.| Claire Terror, Lhmij! I these meeting.were Eighty represented guests\were'reg II M.A *VI I NG I

: '4 Attractive Photos of Your Fishing arty and Catch. I I I II II ttll l II I II I rl till1111111III I I I l I I I ,' istered. and. ALTERATIONS.. i
i, PORTERS. BERRYS Keynote of the meetings was S <* It. I tO ii m I
HONOR DREW KINGSMr. "Today'i' Home Builds Tomor- MabU Archibald: I t

Krueger Bldff. Box: 263 / Phone 324"JOE" and Mrs. CharlesA.. Porte' on the various phases of home AiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiHrniiiiiiiiiiiiiiinrAB31HACT1"' ::1''
t 111I111111I1111111I11111111I ifill demonstration work made rec- I
and Mr. and Mrs. William Berry
In the
ommendations tar goal
''i __ i BAPTIST SOCIETY Miss Constance entertained with'' a cocktail par ensuing year and .a State program
MEETS TUESDAY ty honoring Me. and Mrs Drew of work was drawn up. Addresses
t I King July 18 at S p.m. at'the were given by Dean Margaret He'sGolNeSrlLife!

I'Holies [fur the meeting of the Given Shower home of the Porters, 201 North Sandles of Florida State ""
J ,>nir.n!) s. Missionary Society of Colorado Ave. invited guestswere University, H D. Clayton director !
MOSLEYPLUMBING I of Florida Extension Service, 7"I '
the Baptist Church! Tuesday sfIn J't: We'll "'
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a (
r niifatijriii
r I Mra. Edward Demske and Mrs a and Miss Mary E. Keon. State J"
/ i !nr. 11.\\% Mrs William Hettiesal and Mrs. Bernard Coker, Mr. and< Home Demonstration Agent. Social ri
yrJJ ] 'I :<1 he: home in Jenwn',Beach. Ellsworth Srhnurbush complimented Mrs Henry R. Steffena Grove activities of the week Included wind' 'h i masts/

Jyj .r :? J.j: JOBBING! CONTRACTING Mi FA UuvgeBs,, melon presided Miss Phyllis Constant King Mrs. Jack Davis Mr. and an Informal party given ride lik. II ,tewl&!
J ap|> ,n-ed:! MrsT L. Boggess acncniliipt bride-elect. Friday evening a.tI Mrs David B. Irons Dr. and By) the hostess county council: .* hi vial,
I Prompt, Efficient Service -/All Work Guaranteed I ; : ; : :'haumaii, Mrs A. OPittnun I' the Schnurbush home, Sol South Mrs. C E. Lane, Mr. Elizabeth tour of the university and a re -- I toda/\ n trejy, '-I&
NIGHT OH DAY ( chairman, Camden, with a linen shower. '' 1 set's
\ program Madiera. Mr. and Mrs. Price cept1!>n. t
,nave a talk on the Rural Southern Mitt Constance and'Mrs. Nellie French Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ash- The Martin County Council of TAx AND TITLgINVETBATIOlte A jjrr1 ;

j : Just Phone 246311IIIIIIIIIIIIuhuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i : Baptist\ Church. Mrs. Charles Peczonl (won first and second ley, Mr. and Mrs.. Curtis Whltlcar Home Demonstration Clubs was .1' / Reasonable Pnw I
J r-ittman led the devotional., The prizes respectively In a scrambled 'Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Fogt, Mr. organized this year, and this Is ucsowsTITLE

__ __ __ ._ iii-xi I meeting! will be a picnic on word game, and Mrs. Harry H. and Mrs. John U. Menninger, the first State meeting at which INSUfcANCt / Stuart Recap pj
the church lawn Aug. 24. Hlpson and Mrs. C. B. Hall of Mr., and Mrj. W. R Matheson the county has been represented. FLORIDA
MIHMIIIIIIIIMIIIMIimiI 1 Others present were Mrs. J. C. Hobe Sound were the prize winners Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon Mrs. Wallace acted as chairman Service'Chason's
Anthony Mrs. Wilson McClure In a guessing contest. Refreshments and Mr and Mr*. Wilder Maul ;of the program of work committee -' ABSTRACT CO. '
I "BECKER'S"I I II Mrs. A. S Blair Mrs. R. O. Sharp were served. dIn through the week while Mrs. Service !
,, Mrs. R, T. Jackson. Mra. B. M. Decoration included a large Smith served on the finance com JIM..wssrerov I 10. FEn HIGII..AY"tI'PIo '
of'Stuurt' Baldwin Mrs. J. C. Lower, Mrs. crepe-paper umbrella with PROGRAM ANNOUNCED mittee. nuaaT. iLOsio* sirs ..
3 Miles on U. S. 1 .
H. W. Miftich Mrs.\ William K. 1
streamers leading to the various
Miss Edith Matthews, whoss
= = Parks Mrs. James Mcggett, Mrs.A BIBLE SCHOOL OPENS
packages. The color: scheme was
J | DELICIOUS FRpZEN CUSTARDS \ O. Pittman, Mrs. Charles Pitt- white blue and pink and the weekly gram was 15-mlnute Initiated music on Station pro- ,,FOR NEGRO CHILDREN w Snt
man Mrs. Alice Bentel and Mrs. decorations made Mrs SAW W
were by Bible /
W1RA in Fort Pierce
I = Hot Dog Hamburger* .. Sandwiches ,5 J. M. Philips.- Pczzonl. has chosen: "Prayer, Perfect" by A vacation by the Stuart school Baptist sponsored dk !6I

| Cold Drinks .. Coffee a. Milk Shakes | Other Invited guests were Mrs, Speaks, "Kashmiri! Song" by Church has nearly 200 youngsters
34 Couples Attend Joe Constance, Miss Jo Ann Con Linden and "Alic Blue Oown"by attending It af,the StuartT.alnlnl SERVICE /
| stance Miss Angeline Constance, llerney for her program at I
| OPEN: 11JA.! M.'to 11 P. M.llluuuounOBDOuunOnaAeRRjnnnuuunnlIDnuummnuumlunntiii. School this week.
Nepo-Ria. Dance Mr. M. R. McCord, Mrs. Edna 2:45: p.m next Sunday. She la The school opened Monday for
1 ir Coutant, Miss Dee Kennedy, Mr*, accompanied/ by Haskew, Stanton two weeks with .Mallle Hunter ARNOLD BADE
At Club Saturday Harris Lowery, Mrs E. L. Ricou of Jacksonville as ,supervisor.
I and daughter Miss Myrtle Dyer
Hours are t:30-ll:30: : am. daily
Mra. James Brock Mrs. H. A, PASTOR ON!' VACATION St. LucU Boulevard PhsnelC 1 1iHi

I END-OF-THE-MONTH Thirty-four couples danced Sudhoff, Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy The-Rev. C. A. Carrie] win talk .SURPRISE PART GIVEN
Mrs Lillian Hansen, Mrs.
under the stars at Martin County Ray on "Trust and Obey" at the U Warren Haymond was honored -
I Frank Gribbin,
and Country Club Sampley Mrs. with surprise birthday
Golf a.m. service of the Presbyterian party
Mr A. Clonts, Tena
urday night In the first Sat-I R. Mill Church at the Woman's Club July 21 at Chlsholm.'* by, Mrs PHONE 353 /I/IABSTRACT"
Ounn Mrs. Fred Rue. Mr* Ken
lul Nepo-Rla dance!! Sunday. He and Mrs. Carriel William Chisholm daughter,
neth Stlmmell Mrs. G. D. Hayes, TITLE INSURANCE COMP
"'It committee headed by O till leave for a month vacation Bett,. Quests were his mother. .
King. All proceeds were devoted Mra. Stewart Springer, Mrs. Monday to visit their son. Dr. Mrs. A. E. Haymond, Mrs. Ruth Off ices i ,
to the club's greens and fairwaysfund. i'James Rogers, Mrs J. R. Holleran ,J. T. Carrel" /, in Wilmington\, Sands, Beau Mayo, Rosemary Arthur Dehon Building 1
p f All sizes in Gold Seal Congoleum rugs, Betty' Chlsholm and War! Mr. John A. Zarnlts Mrs. Del, and Jeanette Hayes Sue Clend- Stuart a .. Florid.COURTEOUS. I (
Ivan Mrs. P. B.
Taylor Cleveland
the "balloondanrf .
ren Baymen won eoen Ethel Le Conutte and Mr.
Mrs L. O. Klckllter, Mrs. J. L.Taylpr /
one of several features FAMILY PICNIC HELD and Mrs. George,Archibald. .
and selected of inlaid linoleum
a group of the evening Mrs. D. W. Troup Mr*. S FAST SERVICE /
f Club President Phil Pence announced 'William! Murphrey Mrs. 8am} The Martin County Council of McCOYSENTERTAIN reRsoNNCL TRAINEDrott ACCUR.c1VU M'CENTyaV '::
r and sheet rubber at big savings.GRIFFINECKER Monday that another'I Brown Mrs. Fred Hendrlckson tome Demonstration Clubs held FOR: 10 AT BRIDGE : FLORIDA ABSTRACT HEPRE&ENTINO AND riTtl *ru,
such affair has been scheduledfor Mrs. Charles Conrad and Mrs. a i family'picnic Friday In Palm An-OltlJATrTLI svsusANCL J; :o)l/t I
I Ralph Chandler. City. Twenty-five people attended es OVER slol..eeese t ,
Aug. 7. I and enjoyed eating together Mr. and Mrs.'Joseph: A. McCoy vw..P.-5 n sedaGA r.si:. Mme.;. I
1 ti tiI til S Mrs. William Chisholm and, YOUNGSTERS PARENTS around the outdoor tables Recreation entertained with three tables'of
daughter.t Betty,attended a shortcourse HAVE BOAT RIDE, ROAST was conducted 'for both bridge Thursday evening Guests "
In restaurant- I, Sharing honors on a chartered Children and adult by Miss In- were Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.llndred .
Inc. ment sponsored by Florida State 'boat t" ride to the Inlet and a ,grid; Terese of West Palm Beach. : Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert WHEN YOU. NfeDLUMBlER ,
3runer, Mrs E. J. Smith Mr.
University July 13-15 In Tallahassee frankfurter roastThursday evening (
I Miss Chlsholm) ,also) attended were visitors Mary, ,Ann BASEBALL TEAM FETED Lee Terrell Mrs. Glen,DeBerry,
Harris Lowery, Jr., Ed Mennln
FLOOR COVERINGS the mid-summer conference Helen and Harriet Mauldln. The barbecue frill at the homeof
l ger. Jr.. and John Martin. Prises
Mlddleton Arbogast was host for
of the FloridaBestaurant Mr. and Mr, Arle Stuart, 611
t his cousins while C. B Arbogast were won by Bruner and Mr* DRAWBUILDING
FORT PIERCE FLA. Association! of which she is a Camden Ave. was the scene fort
director. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Dehon and t supper given by Stuart,for the DeBerry.
a -e- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mauldin Sailftshers baseball team Satur. MATERfAl(

I II II R H. Rollins and daughter, chaperoned the teen-agers. Other day. Mr*. Stuart and Miss Mora D
Sara returned Monday night guests were William and Evans Stanley prepared the meal. II
from Paris. Ky., inhere they were Crary, Jr., Rudolph Krueger and CALL/ R SEE
I the guests of his son-in-law and Sondra and Arthur Dehon Jr. BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN
i daughter Mr. and Mrs. James B. W.
I Clark. Mrs. Rollins Is remaininglor PREVATT TO CAMP Mrs. Karl 1 Krueger entertainedwith 6un1
the summer. Among the 100 or more boys a dinner party at her homeIn East Coast Liipply
who will attend each week of the St. Lucie Estate Friday night '
i. / 'ATHLETES FOOT GERM 14th annual Florida Forestry honoring her ion, Rudolph on R
I, ,tli y }ryai HOW TO KILL IT. Training Camp which begins his birthday. Quest were Ann N. car Coat
l IN ONE HOURIF Sunday at Camp O'Leno State and Harriet 'Mauldin and Wil- .Tar. I Io &S ,
i r i NOT PLEASED, lam Ire WV. Park near High Springs, will be lam and Evan Crary, Jr, .
7 D/ A.I any rlrurni.l for Ihl. STRONHttuttfrUr Lamar Prevatt of Stuart. Sponsored d .
Qsa TE-01.. lI.d. with It .., CLUB \tiy
i +r ,.,..nl .Iw.two, H I PKNhTKATtB; .... a.h. by the Florida Forest Ser : Phone 22P.. O. Box 305 Stan ;
1 1I't .1. wrtusT MnRR mUll! >CO> laws ToiUii vice,the camp consists of a weekof The Dutch Treat Club met
July k. in, it. U primary study and a week of Thursday afternoon In the lobbyof
4 FROM advanced classes in fundamentals the Civic\ Center. High score:
5 of good forest practices He winners were Mr* L. N. Barnes t
1I I 1 1'J ) ,CUPI ,ABQ r1cMI will attend both week of camp. and Mrs. D. 8. Hudson. .


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p for sale.Also I...y Taw w..a" "abe. /mssta. x
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_ _.MAYMtl CLllsroisu ILICIT TlOPtS '. IN COURT Of THE COUNTY JUDGE tom.a'd. 4tose Ia.0 h.o.o Sdd..a I
TTPCWRlTtRS FOR RENT:-By : "0';'" Kail{'."hort tJ.. ECPDE STEEDIIS. E ;; W'.n' ,! ,', ::m!:' MARliN COUNTY STATE OF :a] re.lrt.nite li uaknowa 7 Julia S. Pope, ,'
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Al| electric| eoulpment., phnneta sart AI\\r\\' : eJiovasee 1 WorshIp "1... c.,1 .. ',.",1 00EIheuIea 0en fIId. I CIa fOot report .. Adialp. Chocks:. F Pop*), deeeaecd' whoe* laitHlrkory 0 .'
COURTAPARTMENTI rt 1. May 13 tl so. a.rd.n II. '',ItsIscu 17. Word of L Kind ( LaW 5,4 .bliP, ,\' t.. 1054"ftk lolfalof lie honla non i iulllla or 555 .Wto. ofI. kooW1l .d..... 0.4 ,',.II....'. to as- I '
1 Nnpl..nl O.. Tilt: o can'\ Unit 4.411.' .,," .., 11._", d.oetu.O. th.t Si,.., 11'.11. H. Po.... *hna' ...1.....
FLORIDA FOR RCNTt Floor ..n4l li nut. .. ot., LohansTtn f| 5'01'50 ltrce.ittn 1,00011 h. COO 111. hll petition for final die. I. 00 a., xvi.. 8'...... lI.w Took N. Y.;
STUART thin and edfer. RefInish I- ". i- r $- j- F r brld. 'i" ,... (AJi."i. : charge.,. an4 that he will at,ply te th.H fl'sC 0..1. PtoA shop ee.Idsictt ,Ia t
1 Decorated Full* Equipped 14 I" L Small tub* :. : .moral.* A no or R. Clonl.. Count Hartmlahi' New York. 5511.05051 ; '
tour floors at reasonable rate I I .. Pertalnlns t* 0 I.Iter'. (OOslaeyI f ;" W::. Ji Martin County. on tAo : P: Hrah;. '' ". who.4r hot '
LftkeepiBf Apartmentsflew rhone 101, Stuart Hardware iTI r I .. raslonI : : '....,............ \' .S"ol ITU''I rtE: af Aacuit, 1040,::: ,... ..owa addn-M sot wiidenco. la iskaoostt ,
r nnd fnr final! ., .. Ad. .
Summer Rates Ckolout. : ...'... N. He. .,. "koaa lait '
Round Co._ 'u /1-- part rlNf AND FI0iP5ElTUlIX"'OJNJlf>> ,,! ? MltrifltreUv, H. konli non .f tk. .....* .....moIdeeoaoe d rwililvnoa j j. ... '
IVn All Year iifjijj; II iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinTiiiMiSERVICE, i I'. rr 5. Pkrlo4 ( llm* 1'.wrk. Covt.Juatior ; '; 'I;, "' Itot .o of John Amulllln It....... deeeaanl.. known Jokn. 1'. _...., ..ho.. rcaldairtvla 0/IT
|V. T. PAGET, MfT. f- r- S. Perala of Pear.* fjoit* "'(. I, ,I iso .. loosed 'thi. l.t day ., July' 114*. ankrvowa hut whom aiMraaa la ./.
Telephone >15I OFFERED11111111111111I1111111111I11I11I1111I111111I111I T ';' a.I 10. Warbl i I" Sheriff TiMta ''r4.oi ", ,- ,' 'I. COW ,. HWA1N f BOWI.RS Uw Orrt_ of Paul H. kwl l.. C NorthElabtk
t.lln: "I" k Ai AJmlitlatrator Se konl. f ,
fIIIIf 11000 nan 8lraa. St. Loull 1. Mliaonrii. 1 Vaoa '
". ii.n.t.c 19 Anltitl ("J rL < ('........n. 5' ',..' 50ofe route.I John. ,Acqullll Bowera C.t.AiIl It,.. Old/of IS. Sloottil Isp.a0000d. '

iiiiiiiiiiiIilliIIllllIIHhIlIIlliHlUFOR SERVICES: rHAmaldn'hU1 A" i ,.. .Herb : If <: ',., .' ::: ::- .. ".. oh,.. list Cs.a'o;odtte..a otol .l
U k lower elualarit. 'Tk" r.i. July 0, u, si. n. II... toaldanel-. unknown Marilyn Patricia .

SALE11I111111I1111I"1111"11I1111I"11 drea little tilts and ladies, J) 2T la sT 1'17 Fl. ,a.., Scatter. f.>< '" In.I., .., ..1411....,. .. ". .:::: -' 1'-. whore twaMrfMO 10 111 faquatA I
r '::1 I I 17. l4rlornit. > Irlwnera' Feed ,, P l.goAlADVUTI0EMENTIN .'... N.w. London. Conim-tlrnt J,hn fH
| | beautifully finished to fit a( I "
I' .- CUT InOklahoma Ias. CsIoTv I" P00000oottfst's. po, dliMaied, wko r tort known
., the prices you tan afford toJ JO .U. ; ; IT P ,, "r f ''''''J n.IM..1 THE' COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT fIFMARTIN .....' and rriManmi li nnknown. A, DMrrwllb I I
n-Mode, A Ford. Good tld- emollall COUNTY, STATE OFt .... .d.r.aa>d, w...... but known ''I I (
Urea flSIi pay. Mrs. Scott IK East 14thSt '' J4 '5 SO. Aquatlo animal ROAD'IND'l: SHItlTH FUrll!," j' ': : \, :::: LOR IDA. odd,',.. and r* drnc' wai losses MoarkFlorMa I
rood ,
i.tion, Eldorado llelghti P. 0. tl: i'1 fJt m31r' II Klvor muaael den ," IN MrUAKU fHK ESTATE I i MaMla L. Marwln d.oossd, I'4 p''
..i 44.W. hl.t SI 11. Auricle IT',.. 1.0". ''iosoauo OF ) Whaaa tort Ceo,. addrml and vaf,IrncoH I' j
Box 118. July 19 Auf. ': 4'' a t4' M. ramoulphlloaopher Machinery Imam, \ r')., 0.000: 00 ALBFRT R. MrVlTTY, ) = <-h, Florid, A It War*' I i t
KALE Fill-Fan rock teuck U.I an4 Oil P ", ::"d :', rkoaa ln.t knownaddrain' ;
FLOOR COVERINGSX| : : Arm ] .' :rr New'J ", 5.005,0.: : NOTICE TO CREDITORS ... ton" FlOur. t'lorId.. Anna War. ,, I I I'
\, tot soil, yellow sand. De. stronfl Inlaid Linoleum 44 I'"C'' 1'1' rl : II. tllI:" M.0eIol I .00005 All cnxlltorii of the C...., of StAseS ..... s -.I..w. ohoso, ,'obdetce It lI.n Ii': I
.n.bar I In Martin and f. /j I It ahl O of WOO !Waco E.! McVilly. d._...., are .hereby ..... B...... l"loIle. Lose blood. ,
Asphalt Tile. Rubber and Cork, ; i 60 151 sa asp 41. Nnitlv: : i..l-- : : mitt .ad. ,'olod,,,/ t'. 1,1, rove ,lotus seisaoI. t7t'Yak T, I IIelIt.bn, doca..d, ;'
nlr. Beasonabl prices R. Tile. Guaranteed Installationby r 41. Frlvolltr4S. rL'he; Bf.>. cOee* h. whIch tO., os, S.oc.i.I,00s14 h.., laoS ,;: ddeot d e.bdcso. ':; :
(Lucky) Lucahardt, Box 1aoeuupt1 ":::: : i:::.: 11.1. ...... I I. .... oftlca of the Coan. : Uokooot. ,: J DoStaukti,, dr- .. ,
expert. mechanic Griffinfccker 54 $I ,,641 : I S1 : If -". Judne of Mnrtln, Co inly' Florida. Oo'SA.' _.... ._.... loot k"".... .dd.... oct
| n phone IM-M. 3uIyPL.41w5 zt : Inc, 900 8. Dixie, Fort : in. at SPfcCl'AL ROAD! UlSTRltt. 4. MAIrfWANCg MIND ,'oeth at Stuart. Florida. wltbli: ....,,01.... 'I 1. ,ttkoso. Ads IfeHtoubahoe .. !
s. s. .. U. .'" T U... slIfht .III., .I.da, 'ooth fe-n thu .... CsettC'o. .sl c-.k.. j ,
Mower Coat;; Pierce. : May 10 If,: 1"1 5tr.ort. II'IIt. ciZ .. .. "r t tIe /I"t phIteorIoo of thIs ottor.Caeh kuehind net k..r "r eboo aso 55,05 ,, ,
NCEalifrrORT8 -.11: I| Poll labor" |....... ..1.1. a,. ,0om.td ,sort be I. mitten" to ho either deiil .", ell<. ...*. the .... .
New 'last year used 111'0the or 1604 f:; :: :::: Coot,......... ma, ,111.11 ott .,00s ..... I h. pioce. of _Id... dei.i. I, .,r rllher of shops :
first tit takes It. ApCallafher men. Mea! belts. Luella Downey I i I r' 55. IteteIso I favor ___ sod ,tI ..Ofl eodI'eor of 550 ...,....t to not i.'toI; : Alr, ;t E D.Struken, wholot ,
Road ,: 11(1 Orange Are Fort 'Ir.- ;- r- 1 : SI'r.rI\\L: ROAD DISTRICT "0. I HAIHTENANCK; UtrTu"; Oct mud''be "s0,I. to by tAo .1.1........ 10 known t.. .he either dead .. lllre I
; Loop '" 1- ""' t 1"7" .... hI ... ,,
6T.: W.I.too.t.1 ..r. 00040 u.n' or hll .11. OJ' It wid 110. Sod eb. 170/ftc' u Pet. ,
pkal Farms,' bear Arundel Pierce. Phone 197-M for appointment .1 Pi 40. lAsso 4tt. "''''10011II ,...... ...... .,ldieoscdb.. t<, "w. nee DeMteuoen, who: ,I. not hn ,wn t* beCiller '
July Z9JSALB tfULthOZINIt __ .. ... .. -.1-;; LaborOca.ral DateS ohIo .Tth day of Job". 4. 0 0040. dead o, ill u and whuar 1..ld....* I I
p0 _ Rubptta. and twwMMkConimocni \ Um: ALlttRT: 1.: IIVITTY. 3,. .unknown. IttlciIbctbet..ksoe.. .
tand-cleAriiiE, iiiimiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii .WeSPRCIAt ..11.18 ". AtOIoep .''mini....... With Th. 0o5 I known to be either deed or .ll.e and '
.. llsed, Jjnndi-r.il, I JtlCEE: ETTES: MEET: -2 Wilt" A eOui.A of SCc 15,1.10 53 ASset' *500. reiiilence' I I. unknown: Allen Ore*.

if only I months, perfectidltron ditching and fllUn,. Phone BOAD DBT1ICT,. N<>. ( MAINTENANCE, : : rtJ/D/ 01 MoVl5bp' .......... .... whi li not know.. ,. I* Itksr dead
329.W. _,. ifDON'TWAI'I I' Obituaries Mrs. Lydia Houston was appointed 51,50,0. boos OUGIOTI7StT0,, .54 5'OANCIOor allv..1..4 whoee realdenrr i an
bargaIn at I15.M Collertor 'S oa,51h.e o.. as. PItAN&'ItEAltumo i known !rt Ctrl.ten nnd U winr: I
uatil It's too late. In charge of ticket: sales I '
d Crown Deluxe 11111I1111I1111111111111111I11I1111I11I111111111 ; 1.50000Catoolue5ade4 r
gnu range, See for and J>ete-lOn for the on- ""I" ", 'IA tote-vt PtA 4lt, :0r'\ : .od.::, ;. .llio.UGAI. '
A eonditlpQ, barfalq at 17$. us today automobile Peggy ;, ) ) : .. ADVERTISEMENTNOTICI :. :: ::: :'" IIO;: n u''I;: =n: ,Ii ;

Ill' Electric Beryl", runt Ofi Insurance thai fOil need under crsstons for the Salllishers next SPECIAL ROAD ciSTRict' H Phone 13. the new financial responsibility MRS. MUNCH baseball game here AUK 15 at AeneaaarCol ,, ,,. ttl".I.i.tot ::.. 10_. ..h. .. no' ... '0 .. .lIh.. ,
i Arcade "'-. ," ooo Jlt'eIaOtatOso, .Csski foe 'Ihtil" Cosmos, dead or allr..* .nd .__ neeluenc* .In unknown
July IS. tfI ..... Theodore Dehon le the Jaycee-Ettes meeting at the Labm I 0.'0..0. orIII ho moo .fur .ooloaeatloo. of ...... ; W M. Tonner. .1.. know, al ,
Son. Dehon Blrtj Phone 81. Civic Center Monday night tuntlmtcaclca1'r.ClAL ," 1o.0e. 0.400,05 for tho Novoobse. 5005501 I uAstIoo. Wof. Wllllim Morrleon Toomer. 'whoae nr*|.
FOR BALI-On Hway 141 DIES AT 66 Plans were made for the street .sods,. ..hu....' i.d Fittop .1 00cC dine li Neplei, Korth Carolina; 000,5.Na. I I
If ROAD DISTRICT MO II, 'MAINTENANCE FVNU 55,5, eloetbne A... C, 1000. tIIoh set John MirV a partnenhlp
tomes IS acres, S houses, elastic'stocking dance In front of the Civic Center lbs 00.. I. 0040. .t ISO offlra of th. '0_ toils. h.tloriOo SOso'o O'olhoa. ._.
excellent tondltlon with TRUSSES Saturday night. Chairmen t: ,: boo + .., of n>..I...." .." ......hl. 10 as.ksaoa. .
knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart i La".,. ... uC..I. at Htuart rU Hour, will' .. I a. m. act 01.. ..Ho>... of Ills. of
king boast, wash abed, ,of decorations In the Civic center .. li'75' '11.70veL2s.n ..11I111, n"on aad t nntll S p. m. lack. day ialdPOfOuIi. loie .ockeoss 5,454..
ate. F. F. Adams Hobs t)nn Corp. _M Mrs. Frank: C. (Annie Laurie) i through December were appointed \f.uh.- -July I l1,0, It. .mill. "- out .... tthelhue, .lrhor .1 sod .....

nil Fla. Phone 37)1.) tf AGENTS for Gould Pumps. All Munch 68, died after a brief Illness pistRirt *ia, M MAINTENANCE '*UNI> LEGAL; ADVERTISEMENTllratlon CI..,,.dod. .4. :lao.sib.,'., Tb... Jdiath Joooh' Eipff Liefcome. i. \

si I set Immediate delirery.Stuart at her home 'on Cleveland I CAlorae Oils'sl.hor NOTICE OF I INTENTION TO aEGIsTEa Company. a .l..ol.wd tloVMa corpora.
SALE-Good, young saddle. Hardware VII phone AYe. at I > pm Friday. Funeral I home :' .._
Forests furnish. your .I.te.o '. \ DittIes Ie h..ohp COOl tAoS" tho Jaek.6nvllla. rtortdn, and UatnamH
0,00005! I
L. C. Klckllter. BoxLSoarta.JuIth ioa tf services conducted by the Rev. Protect them so raw materials ''o.'t.ob.'Iss, 'I .,40.05 t.5l 01 tloo4 Wise .h. posbokoi, of Chap,., tlIeortte.soJu.ep5 a:11oh t I
I M U H tl Jones held at Johns 511051.>> Lmo of l'ksida. Aelo of "". Toonaf.ldt and Oacar tkawhmabouti
: IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllilNOTICES/ : will be available for tomorrowsfurniture ; : Sill ?efl.tots with .ho CIoork ., tho Cl.. itf ..rk of whom .to ..
OrIClALa0AlIllTRlc1tO4tti5'AlPTtNANC1; ) 5TI77" II
SALE-Used Electric Stoves Cnapcl atM p.m. Sunday followed and other products. 'I; 0,05 (7oso5 On = f-v 51.010 CoostPlaMds : known and the .hit known ......... ..f
Refrigerators Ideal for by burial I In! Waveland Cemetery (............. 110.'. seon Ip at poad .0 Pc ....h of wkom. _. Jacksonville. .. FlnrldalaroiT '

lal AptBartlett' Bees 117 ...".............."..11I"....."....-.,.,.....".."'...''.."'...........11I......."'..r. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: T'N a..b.Vo0IaomiLth. .. '.t/II itac/ 00. oOtLooAGIlIclETV5AI n...... to.of wit IIND'AN i'this notlm, thi fl..lt.... A. H. oboe. lar .aol a diaiolve4 Co...... .dd.Floridnooriwratlon .... f'! .

eola Are. fhane *o$.' "orlcz: for aH kind elettrte and I Mrs, Munch was born In (:tax< 0 1 0 C I 04.0_.._. SteER HEIGHTS' ISO Foot Firm I sod ..Ciso .laat HamadDlrrclorl
: under" sAteS I will .n.... In kmlnaaahavlnr ..._. .
A. F
Ui1lH yl.ORIflA rows a sfo H. W.eas ... ,
IS. tt ton Oa June 2' 1882. was married ..
July Refrigeration Service call 362 JULY It, 1040NOTlC AokollosoS 00.04. 54IOf Mt E.i.sl m itrlarlDal of ...1._ .IP whan lact koown. }A,1,... was FoeS '
SALE-A FM table mod. Days, 143 W. Kites. In 1904 and came to Martin IS HERFBT: : GIVEN That pur.luani Hunt: U m> al AtfrnC. .lr* Hud 55pso054 m:.:: oj Jvtuwa Barh. Martin County, rla.. that Ikna. rlorlda. A D, Used. annaaaed.
County 32 years ago. She was HcctkMt" II of Lhoptor: 4510, "Dtmon.li1>Un* and.'-H UuMAlJrulturOffie 4yupl, '.0." ,set, 1..104 In laid knilnwa IiI Wrrodrlrkm .. .,hooo Sort Coos,,, oil.'.,. 5O J.ooi.SeoeC ; I
radio. Installed complete ARNOLD M BAUERFrif I I.awe : 1141. seA ameadmante: thereto, Bipraww *AHih' ,ir.1 OeueI5,, ,., ,i, ', ,P'C.ntJ .tf 'Jonarn HMeh, rkor PIol.Io. 0.11,114. L. 1t..I. ....
Ih antenna Only :J84W Idalre Sales ft. Service member\ of the Baptist Church of tha Slat of r.oride, th. f..II..wln. Uin.r.i -nthn and 1.H Cluh tl4. oct speu.s0, ..y Ida an4 that thera aro na othav aariontInwraM .....d.......loot. A ssci .,ld.oio w.. 1.0.
Besides her husband survivors 1 dewnbed. .land ). Martin County Florida. (' .A Nrti 054,05 lot laid > .Bartlett Bros. Jury IMI Z0' Dixie Hlihwxr.! Stuart will be .rr."", for .. ., nt .pukIM outcry ,:::ri..on6t"U"1: ,, : '.. 100,55: 0,1150,01Fsl1lI'OllT I : 1.. SallllSlCbIOEOt.Ptb.olI5ju. list known adit117th Iso. 05.01
SA1E Are t Included eight children Mrs O for tINt htaheet and beel Mh bid. altha --- So. Aur S. 550.J,5GALDVERf55P1LT0T Strrct. Fluihlm. ..... 10......
you going qn aition COUNTf; BOND SALES W Shlpos F Curtis:, fr.. andHolmes North door of the Cour'koue* ,laStuarty 017740 ,' --\.J\. : N... Yo-k'' Viorthlmrtowho V. W...... do.5000'd. .
? 21%; off on all port. I toO hour of cOoS' SO I 001oco's .4... I... hoom .ddme 1,4i.Idioe
heo.i1. 55 wag '
FAR SHORT OF QUOTA I W all of Jensen Beach, d.t:: :. .' IN 'rHE COUItT OF THE COUNTY ..
le. radios In IPcl July only: St A P0, ','.'," I. osCtc. I.ol I. R 11'.,
[ Woodrow, Robert Lee and. Mrs .. the. SIXTbNTH: doy I'AlIGUI rjleu( Bros July li. II( Richard Latham all of Stuart ... T.... ......1...... R0ERVi.5: as --. OF FIORIDA.NOTICE TO CREDITORS I IIN. ,? ,...I"'no.' to n." 117110 $1..O,
With tabulation of tho final! follow. Flu.hlnn. I.onu 1 I '
hl.nd New ,
: ennwent for n d rlnbli-ol wny u ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT Yo.k, :
SALE-AU or part of ap. John E of Oroveland and Mrs .: One fet on ia'S "...._ ..t RKl ESTATE OFNNIK TOot,,... Wor_. .h",. .44.... and use f
inmately. I3S riverfront feet : week'4 sales yet tQ be accomp- J 8. Mathews of Savannah; 14 the = ;rIleo of Btat roaila (011..,.... I...... ,8. beTtER.-' D.ooaaodl.1 I aId... I I. Unknown Helen M. W..,.., 'j
UTtatdV 015 '.... ...... ale kn,,wn .. Mrlrn Warner. whoaekl '
''it lIaIsed In the Loan oI Aunlclpalltli: F t'.olnttlot' (45ep' .
halfway between Security campaign .
Jensen All reodilori nl Ohs &.1&" of Aa." .
grandchildren, and two, great on each aJd* of the. *nur lint .f Jtatjroada 0aooeoloe 0.100,05essd ,.. ..nce l Is II Otto'' s...,. Fl..... ,
M Fort pierce I Twenty.flvetars I nat ended July 17. 'It{ apprara grandchildren 'Inild* ef ookIpaIitIOsi .nd \ : : 0 fist,OtTW.and '05qoIeud. Uocralnl l to, fIb ara any h nby alalatl,aalld ord I I... I..n. (.land.. Nr. York., Harrwlrrly 1
foot > feet each .We of tha .wtar liseof ol, ,' : W.- Front. Harriot War
cao' on
for |
per or $5.50t unlikely that the State Coantf Panda Iw.lrt outal,do of oj- Nw e'hlore1' :" "" ," ": 0,00. OClAsehh'eer .mand* whteh they najr hava axalnitaM _. sod G.... Hr.",., hop loorhaad. .
I >f It. Hall cash Charles T. I $ Katata In Ih. offlra of tha CountyJudm wh... ..,......" U (' '
MRS ROSE T. 10CNOMri Utln. er formerly loeorpor.led munlclM"tKt upkfvpIncldentnl : s I...... oroia l.ona hlandNew ,
kndall quota hu been reached" the of Martin Tounty.. Florid... I. tha York A..u. Woto,. .,
til 13rd St SnpallMlrmlc .ot .1 sad Ifmnrrled ;,
owner ,
Hurt Houw nt ( Mor da. wllhlaIvht
"* .
Rose T Young, a winter' o'srt, ANtOnIO PEAT ; : i Wnrner>la wife. "
r>lm Beach. Fla. savings bond division of the so. .,l.JKMSEN l. ..t..o lot .... .> monthi from tk. data '
visitor to Stuart since lilt, died OrPALM HTY. le I. P0 I. Isis Co..1oo .' ...eo 50.507,01 .f Ih. fl,"I vubllealion. of thIs Nooks ;'lu.fcin"lLi'eTl;: '0 51.51. Iovth. Otoat. 11"
Juae 17 thru MrUR TM, 50 5 1. 41. 1 lIet, I NcR Vork AJ;
Aur 40. .
Treasury Department announced .
illness at her homeIn Rlta'p't'ltlr/TY: each mOot 101 or h : after a long tO COMUlrlnlUNKRSMARTIN excess: rca tenon w. ind hsite/ Ann C Warner
and aiOOt.iot of o.b.so.
1.5. 'a pile
F feALeS Oltslde here this wy>kIn Webster Iowa July 1 COUNTY H.OKIUA. llesSrcOzl ao4,5m to, he reildenca I ofikr, of whom to unnown '
City, ind _"011I.* ndd vaa of tka claimant,
!>>lte and Flat White, ..... tabulations.through July 10, friends here were notified, last = ;::J&: ,. a. POscan?'' =::: S ieO.00::: ate m..t ..... Iko plaoa of .*>ld.n..". ditIaso., and vrantcve the ,.,nknow frrdltara sso.. aillarnoea brim,, f
hi. It .11I
0' .r 5,0 &omOJ. Of I
Includes '
gallon In allo" released. ( which
( '
jtist Region ,
Col- \ ,
lots. week end. Click .. of acId Cussty.p ('Irk t7h'usIS' Caves 010,0005.01ff .._ ..Id .....nll.. to "w.. llenoia tru.tee. .oA 1 Ather partie f j
p and porch and deck inam- )Martin I County had husband iAIoOTbY ptIHCl. D. C. 00,0etuatiscuielso July" IIh 114. ,I.bol se-te It.to.t by OCorh, so.
and her late
I from Mrs. Young Puk.. Sat, it. Au: '. a. U, 1>4LEGAL ,. \ l'i,1I 2.045.15 ClARK r>, or anafnst TI. 0htoe ..._ Il
HM to ft.(S al.i. reached 691 cent of quota
per ( per her brother. Capt. Charles I' """"'--- ; 00,4.11. 0' af or '.'10. .11. or ..
A. r..u lha at 8.MICH
i. Hobo Sound Lumber Co. with aalea of E, F and O bondsamounting and cousin Capt. AOVEanSElla"TNOTICE HOS'ljl' 013N0 :: \NcTe.c. 0.,001.of Eital Annla ....... ocd .U nlh.. ......... .......... '
a ,
Hodgklns, ; ,. ,,
'" too std sn'ti known,
onhkownic ,
)1.tajlliS 5,000,50CaOIouurto r .
Coraty ,
onejSSl. Mtu to Martin AH.: 0 IITTMAMAttornry : : \
Apr $0515,155.
Fred Hodgkin were among the .OF APPLICATION. FOR I, :. ...... ........ for Farrutor Sonic. or rlalmli t, .0.0Cr riant.
:S1': : IIIOIIWAV i County sale total Sll,$38 or 64.6 first winter residents of Stuartto ,TAX DEED No. ISSa 1 ; Pub Jot, '. II. II ... HAD. 1141 i, Ike hereinafter tsp. '

t on V. I. Ne. 1 hwy. by per cent of the county quota, of build homes here. She was NOTICE Houae: I 14 HERKBY Ill CIVrN that U Asosoots TOWN FUXP lose :=; .LEGAL- :.ADVERTISEMENT, ,- Yoo.pdz.choto.a.boe.bsooi.' I ,

HI ft. deep South of Stuart, $ ,000. The State total la 3ft active In many organizations) 0. SHIVER ..d OBIDA SHIVER: hi. ('allf clnf* 0000 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OF fIst shot. lbe'ohe. macit C..oI.I...... I
wife, the houton of th. tollowlu Mr 'Track 110,00 h. hN..M 'h, .h.." .. Slot. cIt In
it ot Hobe Sound. Fine busl. per cent of the quota/ The drive Christian Science ... D i Lm RUM Fund MARTIN COUNTY, STATE OF ..
Including the tlli'| .... k... tll.4, .Id c .111. foe Oul.lmodlnic IndrkU" MMConl.pwotlM 5' a FLORIDAIN II .hott.104 0' oels.I..t p.. szdcafh ,
sits. Special' price I.U per began April 1. Society the Woman'sTlub, the a tall dned lo h. ...* 1Io ee oa. Th., ,t :' .'. : ;t l.m.1T"OTHF.1tIt KKdAKD. INC E6TAT1 ) ot e',. Uto'1.1 CI' tIll.: C. uost.u ( .
.. nuntkm and year* of hail taod.Is Martin Co.ole. PlotIdo I I
added "Plans rtiflcat* te.n'Ibpd
IAuk department OK I IF.DA
for booklet. Broken The Eastern Star and ,
Tourist Club the .. fnllnw..
a-. Ih. d.uorhfll.o" of Pear.iO'SJ. PENsION'' FUND : 8POTR DENnOIIIT.lCa:.i ind 'o.wll"
.operate. are already being formulated for PEO of which she was a charter) ssAtb.ia. I la wbrt It wa.' .eawwdDerl. IP01,1510 07450'CoslligosIi. d..dl LeThJl South one.h.lf of Government: i I.
J 8 BLAIN fall campaign. andIt IU 075,45 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Herlloa II Town.h p if I
a promotion
member She Is survived by a :11:0t:: ;4'00 ii. South Rin/c '
r -- YOU Ost ...h .r .botch ..0(1lI.d i .
Room Ill Olympia Rid I it hoped that we can utrength- son Charles Holt with whom via, lii.No. JUt, Iota. PAUl CITY TOWN, FUND ..d ,..,ul..c It,.0.P...sf0.ulOiiPStal J .. County Flrri.U; r,.nUlnlnc II nereathe ; '

| Ma.ttSAlETrallar..Jt4I en our committees! and, learn she lived tn Iowa. ..... .f Pi.PcW,, Lota lImO. A soul de.mn.da which. you. or either of OtSfs '::'Ir."I't::: th.ocfom
how best to ISM, nit ... lloi. .MInt as, OLM' .=:: '., oouolnS.ec '0" may have ...1... the Eitata: *f Iii : Railway 7 ii' .
t from our failures ap. PtA' ru.mi HAT No. i. a. MIS sod link I... J 1.40000 '.Hith Henaak blecee, .....**.*, late of ....duntr 0C.hlod.We and U", Public Hl.b. I t.
17 ft. proach future drives and Improve SIRS LENORA F. THOMAS ) It P*.a I II. V Co. CO.tI.\O.\ ', ,,h'I' '.40 L.055.C0P2.0CITY '. u :ha. County Judirc of Martin. C., Ol000ldice theio.C ... :laida. I .l L .f''
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"del'' all aluminum. Mobile Name III I COWl Florida. ohIO riant calendar ire herotir aedered U file with I
our chance for success Frances Thomas. DISTRICT : .-r- the CWk s eth.u.test..Ied Court: : I'' f fr
ortsnan. Mrs Lenora """ bBAINACIC :FUND :: onthe from In* data of the tint pubNitlon Itth.
Practically brandHOMIMI- achievement. MM .raUtr Wn, I. 'Oh.Cao.t : Cnunty Coarthouw, Stuart,
and greater IS reaident'of Martin County Alt .4 Ai r of tbla ... Eaek. claim, ffVmand Florida: :
a. Asking $15. a .l ".rtl.. Stal sf Floride.. CoIiitoe w) sale anvil k* I. wrltlat and nttititat. C written appearance paraonall nirorheyl > f. .1 1 1Cr I
for more than 23 years, died after Unleee Inch aer 11I1.l it.* *r eartlftcatoa. butoro,0 set I.'n"' : t t.... 00CootIogoOftuS tha place. of neldenc and poet *f- .. I othosbootsoty. .lot aalko ,5
SALE-TaUe model Mr and Mrs Ralph.Chandler a long Illness at the home of iOnS' be deewed *....*.n. to lew theproven ". : "I, n... O.157A0 Cbs. add.... of 'h eIol..nt set ...t hit the 17th day of Au.net 1I4S' aad
radio ... i I'
) Oaerlbe. to STOiC .If.Uat or flltf' with Mid n.rh
h. .IM .1. Sb. ieo.0
asses t.
.". comblnaUons $62.50, of 410 Akron Ave. returned Monday her daughter In Jensen Beach aertlfloalaa will be MM) W the- hliche.t POOR. REI.IE PITNDW.ldr ." ats.ee.i, as.. aIM -orhI. "Z.r U *ny, w .the' .I.IO of \\jl'

15*, 111*,154 Bartlett Bros. to their home after a five- about 6 am July] 17. FunerservweJ' biddr at she caurt letlae door on tao ,j ....... .. rold acose-Ilg.orto'w. i Compl.ln> therein within th. time C'.. j
mobth .5 tt-r0t ..Hbee! he low., .
flora Mondar I. Sewf-a- ft .day. of July. A. D 114*. ntkerwIM th* nllenllon.r j Ii: ,
__ July 15. tf week auto trip to Nova Scotia were conducted by the 1141 whlek .a. SSo-Ototh la, M ......*. raupetl: RUrlal 'MWorke 000,00: Tkla LEMAN MARSHALL RIKKCI the Bill' of Coeipblnt. will k* Uken .. .

-k- The Chandlers, also vIsited relatives Rev R U Fenton at Johns Fun hi,. 1141. dtt (oanty .. toilsep" and. EipAn 1. '1,000,50 A. Iiacutor of tha 1:0.: ... of Kda Broth sstfsoatbpemsst4ote>> h4f'paoss t J
SALE 0..... OhIO. Illh a. Julr. l.4 Welfalkiea Ohio Orday ihall be ubllaked. I In theRtunrt
Spartan eotsolfj in Maine and Massachus-; eral Chapel July 19 with burialIn : B.a nn like", d.iwa.ed I" I III'
"' .01..11. Conr. )S-l Contl ,:.t : : ,7 ,. M"'IPU8L1Cln OUIIHTrRSUN S FRANCIS, Hewe. a .ewraaner ,
"blnatlon, AM-Fit radio" ettea: Waveland Cemetery.Mrs. I. R. ,OMr.otClerk f' By T T. Uural....... ..... kt.rtln County. PIori4..1* I 5
NIsmatle ,record$ changer Thomas was born) 'In I of *f Circuit Court o< Marlta. FUNDMartin '\ A........ So, pwutorruji'jilr : ::: (or fo.. (SI uoc.ooctlpu
uhcd 6 She Is choose, Flu'ld. Cminty (....... Cnsmuep4 00000 II SI. Aoo. I..It. A D. 1I4K, ;ZN-N: : 1'1
mahocany cabinet GIVES Boston Jan. 1873 survived a,, JlOaoTHY' PlF.RCII. D. .0 AdeerUaln ,,5 0,555,00 c ORDERED nt "toatt, r
ply. IU UI. lSartlett.roe. rJrJIt4 by her daughter, Mrs Mary pb. Jolt. 55. A... t. U. lot It... $pentlKeiriee. \I C.II'.1I ----rEGAL ADVERTISEMENTLEGAL Florida. Ohio I7tk day ot July, l.4.. 1. 5
ADVERTISEMENT (Circuit Court, leal. )
July: 15, tf Ill whencoldU! Taube and a granddaughter' ; UO'". ADVttaTl..EJlT' a.urJ: TACIC.FUSID ,- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER 1 R. FOMEROYCbrk l'

Rita Taube.: A_"..., FICTITIOUS NAME. of tha Clrenlt Coejrt In n.d fpf f.
SALE.-.Maple Spinet plan miseries' .. IN THE COURT OF THE: COUNTY Oeneral F.n.l. 11..t'F' Matlca 5 to honby trim that th. an. Mar tin County, Ft.... ..

"h SoloTox: atlaehmont. Will 0 JUDGE MAJITIIf. COUIUY.FLORID" '"" ,..I.It... Fuad' '..0.00 lrflltruNl, vndar lha provliloaa. of Chap 'ABIIOTTBIN""TC ; 0. OUNJO, 3 C.! '
1 II NEGRO YOUNGSTERS bout\nd Krldaw FUn4 10.400 00 tr loi'l *at< of 1141, r>. I
separately Very reason, UEF CHORUS ON RADIOAn IN loll .STATI 0" t Poor Relief Fane f 5,000,0* mill mlktor :1r, .t:1'Irl.: : of tka Clr.lt DAVID M. MARSHA UBy ,

.., *. *. *'", RIo old' LLOYH ft THAV.. Tlecaaeed A.rt.eltor.1. I Food : 0.00000: roars In ott for Martin County DAVID M MARSHAL,
ilia Cenllaielcle.SALFRNO ; 0 407.00 II.411.M ;' upon 'vocela" ft proof of nun.Hcatlok BolMton for Complainant.
Rlhwayr between Ita.I 18-volce mixed chorus pf NOTICE tO CREDITORS: 1 of thla o.tIp. tka "* Pub_ July II, A... .. IS. 1.. I.... '
and Je_.. Julys* youngsters trained and All eredllora. othe Eetata hweb al LI._.lrVelaad 0. TOWN FUND nanto. 0.-lIft ro't" _
Negro Trail. im.aord. nr* A.uor loss I THE STU4RT FEED
directed by LewIs Maxey made n.rrad i* nh ir.:-elaln. >| ar de osdor. oClub 5 wIll lit to.l.ss. $Org PORV TO BOW AROII
IALK 1 ecosso ,
14 H.P., Neptune .and SCAb. Aker mar loss aanlnal e:=:::eoo :: ::
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Its first radio appearance at 3:JOTuesday of 155. c-a.. ....4. hii 0'. .rt..I..1 at .1_. I.
"tboard motor ISS.: aW Eetala In th office' J.... .0 )( and Mrs Vance
UtUlty with ladx roo. .,... In th.Ctarl Pe4o.lpoO. 550.0, 0.01. c..t", 015 1 110. 55.CCI r. Edgar
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of *Mr
afternoon presentation .
aller 41005055,4 I,, so14' bosC.oo, I. bC
new tires fM. 1 quart of an hour-long prograpa Houe f. StMrt. frorld.. wllhlaeliht BI.kl.ntl__0.4 "Q :.:; 1.111.1' L. 6a,lo of StunK. lorlda: 5,04 tkaitkcrc Howard J,., of Golden Gate announce '
7 gun wltb and 11)) ewieioair ajoathe frOm tha "Ji the birth of '
motor ----- ara so itO.. yanana .lnUrcat a son. Vance
af 1.1.eiolloa.
prtaor I3S. Insjulro SOS over a Lake Worth station half- data .of theVlr.1 i:' W':>iaaed' basS beto VAULT BOND tazai t IQlII'IICj F : I Is ,;'M kualmia to. Edgar Srd; born at their res,*
will give a IOHN SAYIS.Puta .
The chorus hitwnln. 4'
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July19IALE hour program at the Macedonia _1_.. aaTpoal-. !... add.... fl th..lalmant Prlnclpil tr.m _Jsiy 11. 50. A... 0 ast 55. 1040 dence July 21.

u"d anaal be ..warn &0 1, tteclalnient .....
here .I.I.U'
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R Can.-Awnlnn, Baptist Church hi" ....... ec III, aHomer. *rM (;0011..._ ._4_ I ;dotdU.4s.04htol0atlOO.CLW.sodC.Ofd5.od1h.a0..b.; "

"most pew 1.5 f|. wide,. I.' Sunday ___ :< will.' .bcM, eoU. enlln| I* k>wMr 'faa ._ set fuee.oIoe ..diet l| mad. til MmnllanOT with Saetlo. Silt, 01051 Nbc. o. msquieat' by low 'tp.114.5.4 '

1. wide, I-It I IB. l4pa Green St '4 **. tJtALlA TSAVIS. eo..I" Ouooesl 1..oo of ..loti.... 155. and ,opsootu no .tl..10.15 seooeafl !S. ;r.t': : ;:, slat dpi of Isle: 1540. .
W.iL. eIIa,.....
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Un Fir Is the forest's greatest of c.Itl asd .nll. n sod of .Ir mmvi 1 aadaoae.osdfwy i.o
white ad.lai Hardware A. luftI. .h. "taW 54 tiarA taaiplaled foe iCe fleraj'ronr'ondliiff SoVtemiMr' ii. lt4t and loi"which tka revenaei BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIMIONEM MAHTIN COUNTY, KLOMIDA. _
'Matj. n $p. ghowalter t enemy Think and act to help ".';tziir! II AN: IssmsS. k> y .kewtly I* k* ;atlde: : w::li k. ..allabl. (Icsoott Ceeae eetomr. Seal. alHeid '
ii. keep fire out pf Florida's wood-, fw EaecwrUV TII. .'... lonlatlel ludiel wrll W e.e.ld.red. alter**}, "eknn..oX medlfled AtU.ll J. StPOMFROY' Cteb.PubJl.k )

north PI1".Jensen on Jul70 Indian 1 jands' Aa, .Altoanar...I., It, A.S. I. II, 10, lila. I net ad-pOnt 54 tile ..I.... Mltae at OhIo #oad of Lotnl' Co: .....,_. an July. II. 414*. ). .. '

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Palm'Wlthl'facll11 Ilbl ,N'\\1'\1 1'I\\"I:"";1.1' 1. 30-31 Visit the Caravan of Merchandise Saturday NightYou'll w"JUIY30'31:

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'I '. r Palm City News Mr*.Ida M.Pinney and TAX RETURNS DUE --
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.. fet Mabel have
t. daugh-I It'. time for employers to file YOU CAN SAVEDOLLARS
due to
the change from
Be Amazed
I", \ IHAGGERJONESWEDDING to New Jersey where their returns quarterly again--but Social Securitytax the social -

3 i '\ weather prevails she had tin-I Security i Administration
I, 'I AT THE SAVINGS proved considerably In health 1 doesn't want your money! B. C BY SHOPPING AT
and was able to enoy her 90th;Oehrken Jr., manager of the I
f INDOLLARS birthday and a rive-day trailer West Palm Beach Social I '
trip to Hammonasset Beach,1 Security office say that SLOCUM'SWE
{ ON FRIDAY Conn., where the day wal celebrated his office again has received -
I a number of tax returns with
t July 17.A postcard shower
1 from friends In Palm City andStuart money enclosed, which should HAVE NUMEROUS ITEMS PRICED FOR
was appreciated and ha have been sent instead to the DOLLAR DAV SAVINGSYOU
1 I I.l Mr Henry Crews;: and chIldren contributed to her happiness.She .1 I Collector of Internal Revenue.
AT Violet Mary Rae and Judy, I also attended and enjoyed a I Ii When mailed the quarterly social ARE INVITED TO DROP IN AND INSPECT OUR
returned Saturday from their i dinner with 10 of her old friends'' security tax returns shouldbe NEW STOCK OF MERCHANDISE'SLOCUM'S:
vacation at the home of her Parents given by MTu Helen MIedendorp i sent to the Collector of Internal .
HUTTORadio Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mayo, She wishes to extend thanks arid I -Revenue, Jacksonville. :

near, Orlando. best wishes to all who remem- Returns_.____are due.___Saturday._. '0. _.
The Home Demonstration Club bered her.
and Appliance Store County Council picnic Friday at Mrs. Della Cone of Jacksonville County Medical Center Hospital, ARTHUR DEHON BLDG' STUART,
the church picnic grounds here cousin of Mrs. Jack Llsk, Custls. .
was attended by 26 women and called at the LIst home Satur- Mr. and Mrs Vernon Langfordand '- : -- "
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children due to threatening day morning enroute to Miami children Vernon, Jr., and ': -
weather and bad roads. Mrs. Dan Silva spent Tuesday Jacqueline of Titusvllle, spent
TABLE and FLOOR LAMPS Ervin Hagger and Mrs. Violet night and Wednesday at the the week end here at the Hodapp
f Jones of Miami were married home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Llak. home. Patsy Hodapp who spent
PIN-UP LAMPS Friday evening They held open Wednesday morning she and her vacation In Titusville returned Dollar Day is Saving Day. r",
I house on Sunday afternoon from her two sons Nelson and Jimmie.' home with them.
ROASTERS and CASEROLES 3 to 5 at their Miami home 78 left for Miami and! expect to I; Mr and Mrs. John Leighton
I Northwest 47th Terrace The make their home there. Silva, and children Johnny and Janet, AT THE r r.,
HEATING PADS bride i Is the daughter of Mr and who has been hospitalized there I and Mrs. Rose Leighton left Friday
Mrs. Clifford Petty for the fast two weeks, was released morning by auto for a two- d' ;
ELECTRIC IRONS I Mr. and Mrs 8 E Lane and Sunday and Is now at the!week vacation In\ Pittsburgh, VICTORY BEAUTY SALON
daughter, Mary spent Sunday In home of his daughter. He is ,Washington D. C. and .points
PRESSURE COOKERS Salerno at the home of her much Improved but has been''Of Interest in other States on
I mother. Mrs. Martha Whittle.Mr. ordered to rest for some time.! I their way home. ,
and Mrs. Herbert Sudhoff Belle Bozone accompanied her I Mrs. Charles Mayes of Stuart
HOT PLATES uncle. Jolly Boione, on a two-:entertained Saturday afternoon PERMANENTS
spent Saturday and Sunday at from $7.50 ,to $$12.50[
Gainesville with their son, Her week vacation trip to Mississippi for her daughter, Virginia on
Nf ; HAIR DRYERS bert, Jr., on his 19th birthday. to visit her, grandmother and her 2nd birthday. Quests were Sire ai."
other relatives She will return Mary Francis Walton and Mrs.
Is In his
Herbert sophomore year I
.l.lt .lu J RADIO TABLES at the university. Mr. and Mrs. home next week Rose Walton, Dawn Leighton
George Wilkinson of Stuart accompanied Lois Bozone Is back after a and Mrs.'Douglaa Lel\l\ ton, Mrs PERMANENTS from $12.50 to $20.0C$
ENGLISHTOWN. CUTLERY them. They honored two-week vacation at the Girl;I'H. M. L'Heureux and daughter,
their con with a birthday dinnerat Scout camp west of Jupiter.I Betty, and son, "Butch" Marsh I Save aut
i COFFEE URNSWASHING Rainbow Springs Sunday and While there ahe won an Intermediate -,',1 Francis and, Mrs. S. E Lane and Victory Hotel Arcade TelephmeBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIi !
had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. swimming certificate. daughter Mary.
I Lou of GainesvilleMr Mrs. Helen Bozone. Mrs. Her-!: Mr and Mrs F L Higbee and'
I and Mrs. Sudhoff returned man Reltz of Stuart and Mrs. children were In West Palm n un 1111111111 m l llllf I fllill"l 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllillfllllllllllffi( ( 11111111111111111111111111111I11 ll illillmlll''
home Sunday evening after enJoying Hannah Bozone and daughter i Beach Saturday on business arid
RADIOS luncheon and a short Ann were Sunday visitors July Mr. and Mrs. E M. Higbee .pent
I visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Is at the Jupiter Girl Scout I Monday In West Palm Beach on
(I AND MANY OTHER ITEMS Bartlett at their home on the camp. business. Mra. E. M. Higbee was
1 I lake at PalatkaThey are former Mr and Mrs. Hardy Stone of a Fort Pierce Visitor Tuesday. BESS HARDWARE CO
<, .- YOU ARE INVITED TO DROP IN friends at East Wllllston L. I. Daytona Beach spent Sunday at Mr,.J. C. Backus and children
Curtis Donaldson recently returned the Agle Smith. home. Mrs. Sally and Joe, were guests at a
j $ AND INSPECT OUR MERCHANDISE to his home In Cleveland Stone is a sister of Smith. Mr.I spaghetti{ dinner Monday eve-
after a visit here with his'mother and Mrs. Wlll Ollllard and ning at the home of Mr. and
daughter Helen of Salerno aim' Mm V. V Wortham
sister and brothers and their
HUTTO families. His sister, Mrs, Doris were dinner guests of the Smiths.I Mr. and Mrs. V. V Wortham OFFERS ON THESE SPECIAL DAYSBARGAINS
Dickey, accompanied him to Mrs. Sabra Crow, mother of were West Palm Beach shopping
Cleveland where she Is visiting. Mrs. L.J. Murphy I*In the Lake I visitor Saturday. .
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Before returning home she expected -
Radio and Appliance Store to visit In Washington,
D. C.. and other points. Her i
204 OSCEOLA AVE. Opposite Fire Dept. mother Mrs. O. Donaldson, Is'I
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B'ii SAVE 11-inch Carriage. Reg. $149.75 plus tax. j AND READY FOR YOU IN 35 MIN. .
15-inch Carriage. Reg. $162.75 plus tax
New Remington Portable Typewriter ON EVERY $10.00 PURCHASE!
$10.00 1 0 0 0 FOR THE'LINE..
:. 4'' SAVE I Ideal for home. Reg. $79.50 plus tax. THATS
'4 2 0 01 Used and factory rebuilt typewriters FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE

'?' SAVE /0 OFF Reg. From $50.00 up. HAVE A BATTERY OF 10 MODERN

+ $15.00 0 0 New Electric Adding Machine AUTOMATIC BENDIX WASHING $ J Dollar; Day Specials I
f SAVE Remington Reg. $293.00 plus tax. MACHINES.
Clary. Reg. $265.00 plus tax.

t $10.00 i 1 0 0 0 New Hand Operated Adding Machine 10 Lbs. (dry weight) of Clothes Washed BRAS ...........................-.*.. ... .. .. ........ .,$1.35 to, *!
I SAVE I Victor, full keyboard. Reg. $165.00 plus tax. .

I Ii40's PANTIES ................ ...... $1
01 Used and rebuilt Adding Machine ,; ," ....................$1.25 to
2 0 No Other CostA
SAVE /0 OFF Reg. From? $60.00 up- 2-WAY STRETCHER GIRDLES'

New Modern Design Steel Office Desks ,\{

x I e SAVE 1 I O 001 OFF "Steel Age"and "Art Metal."Reg.$109.00 up TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOUWASHOMAT' BLOUSES' ..:.....J...........".....:;..........__$3.95. to $V
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''t', Take advantage of theM money saving bargain during Dollar Day % .1 I' YOU V '

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Y4 SUITES _. _..____.. 'm'm $49.50
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65 WEEKS TO PAY'' Pay the Mather Easy Way STOVES WITH OVEN ..tea $24.50 .
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a, lasting marriage A14! and lowly I
furniture U I the haste of a beautiful
home. Here at Mather's you'll find
the exquisitely styled pieces that
,..'.. always" dreamed oI..t...>
Modem fire piece bedroom suite in a beautiful walnut
veneer.. rich waterfall" pattern. Include bed, legs yon never thought possible. Tkii
dresser, vanity and lamp table. bedroom set U on display at our ihow-
Pay the Mather Easy Way UP TO 25% OFF

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CRASS.PORCH' RUG Re,. $48.50 ___ __ _'$24.5 0.


SUITES. FROM .a. .. $3"90W5'0 A feminine little boudoir choir
,with tufted back,ruffled flouncaWAKIFELD
for health's sake Rei. $149.50, $99 NOW,50

Get a rood night't deep EVERY night. ,Clinical DUNdAN-PHYFE $129,50
tests conducted b,. scientists hare shown that the SOFAS. Reg. $249.00-, ?_
KIND of sleep you get i* more important. than the NOW '
AMOUNT. Forbeneficial, sleep GOVERNOR WINTHROP ,
You Must Be Completely! 'Relaxed DESKS. Mahoan,.. Reg.$119.50$79,5 now 0 }

Every one of our mattresses and sprint frames OCCASIONAL CHAIRS
designed to conform to the contour of your body. Spring Seat. Ree. $29.50,..._ $14,75 f
at rest and facilitate relaxation.
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your home at savings up to 50 per cent of the
regular market prices. We are clearing out
THE our stock in this annual clearance and we want
MATHEREASY you to share the benefit ''your MATHER
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lFRIDA and SATURDAY each DOLLAR purchase from our Drugor WE ARE OFFERINg(
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KNIVES 4 COMPARTMENTS FORKS SPOONS FOR ....?.f..,.....f....?...._.__...;.........._: f1) E 0'0 ELMO. DEODORANT, 75c< size. I C. & E. WALKER 'J t'' ,
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1 VENETIAN BLINDS B S ...._____.:._.. .. ..1:" 1.00' Shaving Cream


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$1.10.REGULAR$1.25" 130.,$1.50 .__.......?.._,....,________ S1.00 D 0 0I BCAimCIANK '
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,, VALUE. $1 35._ _.. ___.... ",,,,,, .:..._ ........____...__ $1.00 0 (while they last) with $1.00.Purchase i ? "
from any department of our store. :}, EIlMIA NTS *SHAMPOOS, MANICURES
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AMANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO I ," I'osn Office j Arcade Stuart, Florida
II MENT 01.* -. COME IN AND 'SEE A Visit Will 'Convince You That ,i PHONE 215,
FOR YOURSELF "% ,. You'll' Save. Dollars ? ptia s 4 tyii' ) >.
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Indian .... .... .................................yd. 89cCroWh I
the I I Ippera ......................v 25c 30c -. 35c\ j I I!, The Finest In Home-Cooling /
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/OND'S TISSUE .'.:......:.....?.......................17c \ COOLAIR ATTIC FAN KEEPS ":i'

WASHER I.i t BOB PINS ...........?........?......;.....?._....:,....._..?.. 9c ,

1 Mad by / i ,, .I.': YOUR HOME COOL-DAY and NIGHT

GENERAL ELECTRIC / 9-inch Plates .................,.... .......:.......:...........,....27c I r 3""
i''Here'd mot than unntbtt. automatic -. :..., 7-inch Plates ....................."..........................L....23c }
i ?:.: wisher...designed.Ifitn and llMilemaltewasher built : Fruits .. ........................"...............;,.............................13c UNEQUALLED QUIETNESS AND
:General Electric. by Platters ...........:......................................?..?.?.,......47c I ECONOMY YEARS OF EXPER.
r 'ALt-AUTOMATIC means the washer does Wthe work.You .. look at These Great,
taU in the clothes add soap, and set the d.all. Then .
";')Odra through!When you lake out the clothe*-
I ,\,to drier iron.than even before-many piece are actually* dry enough/4.' No Porta Bolting''t' Down Aluminum Cake Mold ,.............._.?..............17cI I BERING; QUALIFY US TO PLAN ,
hours And not only roes the.-E All-AutomaticWaiher.av it has all the fea tO\l've'>u Thoro Washingalways Lithographed Waste Baskets........,...;..-57o + YOUR FAN INSTALLATION
1 I of wanted worknd in an automatic a< / / No Oiling,,No Grassing.Aa1OAiAflC :: SIZES STOCK
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I Men'A ...._..5...<.:.....*...*.:.....*,.........a'..'...i'.. ..<.....$1.89 .t
($349.75 terms Women's ..,. ;w. .*..:...__?- -_......D._..$1.79 .
/ ,. Children's ...w.w............"....................*......_...n.?...,...$1.69 HALL'S'ELECTRIC po
HELIOCOPTER HATS (new item) 49c ,


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.SiM S: !,.R8lltl5/ $1.39 Value Soap, Per box, .'g'UPOMCAQIIR &
f I I II j jI 'Shildren's Candle* (Colors) ...... ...... .....,.....:...,............................:.$1.00 ;:'r' ; $" $1.50 Value Cara Nome
I ,i ,Women's Rayon Panties, 89c Value s.--2. Pair ..............:....$1.00 Odd Gallon of Enamel, Clot, Semi-Clou, and Flat .ieU :,' ;' srA'iSIf\ I It. Makeup,,,Compact .
f II I fortuna Nylon Bras $1,79: Value .........:........... ....... .. .............$1.00 j Gallons. $1.95 Quarts 75c Pints 50c \. 801HEMWAVE! IfI $2.00 Value Arden Leg Makeup ?. &
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j Half 30c $1.00 Mavis Creme
i Percale: Prints, 59c and 69c Yard Values. Yard ...................39c Pints tJI .. '\ 'i..J" ? Cologne, 2 for ..,...... ,,&i
PAINT BRUSHES :..................25c and .- "
-,W m'n's and Girls Blouses, Short and Long; Sleeves, ......$1.00, up II $1 IJ9.1'Yatue' Straw Hats. .9&I. &

." White and Color FIRE KINGCUPS $1.19 Value Bath Sprayer
)' 'targe: Assortment of Costume Jewelry( (Your .Choice.)) $1.00 : ...__........-.-..._.-.--JLr-_._-.. 'Oe Value Bath.A
i SAUCERS _. ........__..::...-..__.... lOc $1.20 -S w.eet Cologne %
I On.all Summer Dresses, Play Suits and Bathing Suits .....$1.00 off PLATES .____.,..-_______ _..__r-..._..15c /2 Gallon Mineral Oil .9d

On all Gold Cross and Air Step Shoes ............ .... .... ,. $1.00 off AEROSOL BUG BOMB $1.25 Peruna .....,................ I8c

'f Ladies' Tee Shirts, One Lot ., : .... .... .... ... ...... .... ...... $1.00 LOW PRESSURE ..........._-..,,__ $1.25 withp1.0ka .,. s2 $1.25 Agarex ............._. .!9&
HIGH PRESSURE ...;-.__._._...... $t.95 ,-'- $L25: Roxbury,Hot Water Bottle 9&
White and Brown White
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} Large Assortment Men and Boys Tee Shirts ....... .... .... ..$1.00 MALL CUTOFF SAW .....................$54.95 Today** the day SAVE,WITH: SAFETY I
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(Whit and Fancy ALUMINUM PIE PLATES ..............:..15c *" .
'' Boys Sport and School Shirts .. .................................................._.....1.00 *Ije.ly, The Toni Near w.v I te frill soft,. AT
r CLOTHES BASKET .............................$1.85 ..-al IIIIluraI.1ookIa1c. \ .
1 Boys Pants, Small Lot ... .. ... ..... ...... .......:.....:.... ......,.......................... $1.00 S* thrifty. Look J Jutt M lowlr The Rexa' 1
r: CAMILLUS POCKET KNIVES...$1.50 and InU JIM M key n 'II .I .. : "
Men's Shoes (Brown and White) White ............ ........$1.00 Off beauty shop as': .. 1
;, NUMEROUS OTHER ITEMS OF HIGH GRAPE! (. ...,. Itliutrated\ Inxrucllon. Store.

I:( ON Cool Refreshing Hot Weather Drinks. , i ;:! ', AT Fountain. '

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I "11 j 1- f S Seersucker Gowns White Cotton Batiste Slip!

DOLLAR DAY SPECIALSFRIDAY '!Pink or Blue Print Dainty Eyelet Trim.
Sizes 3.36's* 1 1:38: 1.400nly. f &Ize. 34 to 40Reg.
and SATURDAY $3.50 .Reg.-$2.98

VzPt. Gin, 85 Proof ....................................$ .85 Special $2.50 Specialties--
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l/z Pt. Gin, 94.4 Proof ....m....................... 1.00 Pink Pantie Brief I.
Cotton Slips Rayon
5th Imported: Port ....m..............._;..;:..-....... 1.75 Built-up Shoulder\Type: .. White I'Only: Sizes 5.6-;I
JIB .FH I Sizes ,
5th Imported Sherry ................. ....-........ 1.75 38 to 44 Reg.,$l.79 'Reg. 89c. Special

5th Gin,90 Proof...._.......?........:-......_. 2.95 I I Special 98/. /1 \ 2 for $1.00,1,

N..'''0 5th Imported Rum _....*....,.._, ,., .._ 2.95 % \. 11 l
f Shorts ,:
: o92iL 5th Ron Rico Rum ......_*._.:..._ 3.98 ,1\,. .,. White Only
Sizes 12
t 5th Drambuie ............?,-.-.,,?...,-i'..,.,,.,.... .,, 9.95 ttf\18''
t Advertbed Reg. $3.50 and $!.98
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I 5th Seagram's V. O. ...::-...._,__.,... 5.54 \,'. ..1 h'
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LSEI'a Canadian, Ale ,,.,....,,,.-.:.>..,:tw.l.. v t.J. .40 Short Sets ...White Only Butcher Pushers Linen .'
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Holland Beer _...<........__._ .45. Sizes 10 to 18.. .Reg. $5.95 Assorted Colors and W
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!! ... gift tested that AROMA alarttlhe. home.Remember,f.ane"the only' Ice Cold Regal Beer (case) .._,......?.? 4.00 Special, $3..95 Reg. $4.95Special : '1
TIGHT Cedar Chen In the world-
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r, I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN[ STUART S Home News,items Telephone office for this before S14 paper noon must en Wednesday reach Office the newspaf Phone u 3< 1'j' j II

MRS. JOSEPH McCOY, Society Editor I ;1 ,

MM. Leon E. Ashler and tons II your new raincoat is marked y
Jim, guests olfriend "water- MRS. Zarnits'McGee Mr. and Mrs. T. !T Oughterson I Mr.and Mrs.T.X; .Johnson and Mr and Mrs T. T OughteMc rj :,
John were repellant, learn from BURGESS Home
and had M their week-end guests daughters, Naomi 'thr :
*' Daytona Beach last the label whether or not the nil- : ( Ruth, Betty: returned last week from t
,* lab DemonstrationNote hit son, Billy Oughterson, who I Jane and Mary Ann, of Port week pleasure and business tr I '
week is permanent I
HEAD OF WMUMrs Wedding Held Is attending ,the University of j Arthur, Texas were week-end to New York City Enroute horn j ,j

Florida and his friend, Miss Leila guests of the C. Martins of Palm I they were Joined by Mn. E ; '

31IS FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS 1- 'On SaturdayWedding Seay ''I City. The Johnsons plan to visit ward Swann who has been vacitlonlng ;
E. l'. ''Burgess of Stuart By, MISS LUCRE INSCOB e other relatives in Florida! and in. Tryon,V C ': f'I '
.-....-- Mr, and Mrs Harry Segerstromleft :
BOUQUETS -, CORSAGES: .. CUT FLOWERS was elected president of the vows were exchangedat This week, National 1 Farm Tuesday for a two-week vacation Georgia before returning home I-- ,,
WMU of the Indian River : Mrs Johnson is the former Jane
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS / Association in Its annual Baptist 3 Saturday afternoon by Mlsi I Safety Week, is a good time for In Brevard,.N C, Seg i Hogg of Bewails Point I

DOMESTIC and.IMPORTED CERAMICS meeting In Port Pierce last fettle McOee and Ralph H.Zarnlts Florida families to think about erstrom is convalescing: from a -0-..

I Thursday, of Stuart, Judge Edward accidents in and around the recent operation. I Mr and Mrs. Max Auerbach {
S ITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SJHOP A delegation of JT from Stuart K Crelghton performed the ceremony home and to do something about Mrs. George Conrad who has ing will a return month Sunday vacation after'pend.with Auer-
at till home la North Augusta

attended the alldaYRllion at them Really the only thing that been visiting her mother. Mrs E. bach's In
\ parents Palm
WE WIRE FLOWERS the West Side Baptist Church at S.'C. can be done about accidents (Is H Bess, in Frederlcktown. Mo., Beach I

Arcane BId(,5th St., Ft. pierce {" one 310J"DINE which 150 persons were present' Mrs. E. W. Blau sister Of the to take steps to prevent them.. returned Sunday Her'IOn. Carter *M e ,
from eight churches In six communHles -' bride was het attendent while Accidents 11'01'happen"' is a accompanied her u far as Mr. and Mrs. J.,R Pomeroyare
These included Cocoa, Mr. Blau served the groom familiar saying, but If the proper Camp Pinnacle at Henderson- expected home today aftera .
9& Melbourne Stuart, Vero Beach, The bride, caugnter of Mrs care Is taken then many of them vllle, N, C visit of several weeks with rela-
Fort Pierce and Okeechobee Marlon McOee 83 West 4th St., will not "happen. They always tives and friends In Ohio 1 1TRROUGH ,
9&: and D. CF" The Rev W T, Conner of Fort attended Bradford County High cause suffering and sorrow destroy Mrs: Charles Slocum and baby, -e-
Worth, Texas; who Is substituting School, Starke, and Is a graduateof or Injure life and property, Charles, Jr., left Tuesday for San Mrs.' Orace Hoffman and her i
\ IN COOL COMFORT k for :the Rev. Phil MaxwellIn Martin County High School. cause loss of time and money. Angelo, Texas where they will sister, Helen Oantran, of New ;1 1I
the Stuart church pulpit He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'They lower the productivity of be the guests of her parents, Mr. Orleans were guests for a week C
t& r while the Maxwells are on vaca- Leo Zarnlts of ,Cleveland. He the individual community State and Mrs H. C Hobdy_ of Mr.and.. Mrs. John Van Heesof I t,
SEYMOUR INNOne I tlon\ was the. principal speakerat attended school In Cleveland and and nation When a homemaker -e Rlo *
& \ I 11 ..mSMITHS. served three years In the armed Is seriously burned and her home S H. Booth, Jr., of Charlotte, .:- r
forces destroyed by fire, resulting from N. C.. left Tuesday after a week Mr and Mrs. J. W Bennett SLEEPER
of the Coolest Spots 0 [East Coast ENTERTAINAT The couple.are at home at 63 pouring a bit of kerosene in her visit with his brother-In-law. South Colorado Ave, have had
TASTY, DELICIOUS OOD FAMILY DINNER West 4th 8t following a wedding stove; we stop and realize, for and sister, Mr, and Mrs John 'as their guests for two weeks -.-...-.,-. ,.- ,dos,
!S& I MixeU 1 trip down the east coast the moment, that that Is dangerous Keller BOt East.... .5th 8t their son Carlton Bentley, and
i Mr and Mrs, Leonard Smith --'-" procedure but we go right wife, Doris from WllllanuvllleK ,
1 HEAR entertained at their new homeIn SON TO RAYMONDSMr along and do the same thing Houseguests of Mr and Mrs. Y They are expected to return -
9& DrinkBeerfjDr.ft'f Eldorado Heights with a family and Mrs, John Raymond We leave pots of hot water on A. C. Coupon Eldorado, Heights, home soon
the the stove with handles last week were her sister, Mrs.J. I
dinner Saturday evening I announce birth of 7-pound turned -e-
f OUR -SPECIALTY Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I boy, John Raymond, Jr, Sundayat out so that a child can pull them; W English, Miss Carolyn English Diane Karen Van Hees,. Infant
Mr, and Mrs. Phil ,
l QUigley and Mrs. Alexander Mc- the Hahneman Hospital, Wor- over English daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Jiscn Beach ..SEYMOUR GIDEON Pherson and son, Sandy, of West cester, Mass Raymond Is the 'Check yourself against the and Miss Helen Ruth Taylor of Van Bees, was christened Sunday tsl
!& .*. *. Owner Palm Beach Mrs. Grace Men- son of Mrs. Edith R. Class of following: Elba, Ala. Their son, Joe Court by the Rev Wilfred O Aldrldge -

I ,On the'.Be.utifullqpian River fInger of Topeka, Kans Miss 436 East 4th St. Are there loose boards on your I the son,week was home end front Stetson for She wore her late grandfather hevilliand
Elizabeth Devine, Mr and Mrs. --- s christening: dress 58
steps or' back porch? Is your .
-i- Robert Mcpherson Mr. and Mrs BAKE SALE SLATED electric wiring in good shape? Mr and Mrs Andrew years old. Sponsors were Mrs Carolina Resorts
t& Dormlney McPherson and children The Presbyterian Womans Association Grace Hoffman of New Orleans ,
Dorothea and Leonard wUl have a bake sale Do you mark poison medicinesand Sunrise Inn, arrived BerkeY'1 and George Faller, Jr, of Chicago Tb. ...1.. mtful way <. eo er
9&& A"gps Hit Wave I IOn the Way! Mrs. George McPherson and of pies, cakes and cookies Saturday ?keep Do you them hang away up from your children tools-,for Chicago.10 days before. ....d yout family. TWufh.without .. i
change la e coal cir Midl-
I Gilbert McPherson of Stuart morning in the Post Office and sharp instruments? Is your timed Pullman all'' Ih. way. ,

Ente Warner Arcade. stairway free from toys or other Mr and Mrs. Fred Hall returned Caress eli principal\ Carolina ,,
9&tl MRS. IRONS HOSTESS FOOT SPECIALIST mountain .........
ART'SR1' Bros' articles over which you may trip Monday from Daytona Beach i :
t.inment IjSTU C | FOR 12 ON FRIDAY Mrs A T. Hogarth of the Be Chiropodist ,
Pour a by preventing where they vacationed for a few P.M' il
France returned home Monday accidents. N.. Ps.t P..... Hotel LT. Stuart 387 ,
Forecastl It On! Mrs. David B Irons entertained from, West Palm Beach where days at the-Sheridan. Plaza Smm II L. PORTIII Ph_. 155rSEDLRICK Ar |ksonville 1:40: P.M. :
with a desert bridge for 12 she was the guest of her si"band
-Hh THEATRE A new product has been pro- Mr and Mrs. R V. Johnson P.dl.Nt" Ar TryOll. 9:20: A."' .
Friday In her apartment at the daughter-in-law, Mr and duced: onion Ar Hendersonville 1031 A.M.
Juice concentrate.
: and daughter Carolyn, returned ;
TODAY. and FRIDAY France prizes High and low score Mrs L A. Hogarth. This is concentrated by a freezing Saturday from Moundvllle, Ala., Asheville 11:30AM.Aln '
A DELUGE OF JOY were won by Mrs William process and has been developed where they were the guests ofMrs.
j Berry and Mrs R Steffens Mr. and Mrs. Paul : cool sie.eendidon.l .Individual I
Henry Kelley left by the New York State Johnsons parents, Mr and STUARTCITY i I'I'At.
\-.r"\ II t7FP respectively! Other guests present Monday for a vacation in the reclining seat eoatheeperale
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tl Experiment Station It is an Mrs W. J. Chandler Her brother COMMISSION on lb. aante schee'Vle.
were Mrs. Charles Porter North Carolina mountains economical and convenient :flavoring and alster-ln-law, Mr and a .
FR L .IIOWI Mrs.Drew Jr Lami.l.cksoneiaelack15alaAsh.vib. | I
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gtlfll xi for soups, sauces pickles Mrs. W O Chandler, accompanied Regular Meetings, t
Coker, Mrs. Wells Llpplncott Mr and Mrs. Arle Stuart are and other foods This Is the first them home In ...."..,.... J ,
.I HOODIW) THE LAND if t Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon. Mrs. Wil- leaving Sunday for a vacationIn true concentrate to be made from 8:00 P. M.
der Mauldin, Mrs Albert M. the mountains and a sightseeing Telephone 25FLORIDA
i SUNSHINE vegetable Juice. Many have been 2nd and 4th
tlt !WITH : Shrlgley,Mrs. George Parks Mrs trip through the Southeast Hi
made from fruit ROTARY CLUB
?> SmwwINO Jack Davis and Mrs. Walter F WEDNESDAYSStu.rt

t i Davey -e Mr and Mrs. Howard Wygantand STUART W. _N*.r amsU llrtSHISHOLMS City Hall

CARSON JI. Mr and Mrs Albert M. Shrig- baby, Susan, spent last week : F, JOKNWICK CRIU.E I II
Mrs John Menninger and son,, ley 508 Akron Ave, returned end in Miami, e
ANN SOTHERN Malcolm, and Mrs. Price French Monday night from Lake Placid e UK .... h.pe O, Jr.epn"n Public Always Welcome IfaB
1 and three children Mary Mar where they attended the funeral Mrs. Walter F Davey and Children I L
!..!l--. _-.-. garet, Norma and Alice, were the of her grandmother, Mrs J. W. Sandra Jay and Susanne,,. ....' ... __
12, All Tim Song Smashes! t .. And A Story guests of Mrs Richard M Dozler Payne left Tuesday for Riverside Calif.
Your Heart Will Sing Tot! Thursday in Vero Beach. e -- where they will be the guestsof .I
'I-- Miss Llla S. Halsey of Terra tier mother Mrs. O B.Young.' -
, MORE FUN Mr. and Mrs. Wilder H. Maul- Ceia, FUu spent Monday and
1 "Bear' and the Cean"" (cartoon) din and daughters, Mary, Ann Tuesday with her former schoolmate Mr. and'Mr;;John; Keunett oaf r'' ,
"Pfoch Parade" (Noveltr' ,) Helen and Harriet, guests of Mrs Mrs Marlon Ballou Flsk Peterborough Ontario Canada, I We're building
c Mauldln parents, Mr and Mrs Miss Halsey was ft missionary are spending a month at the
f1.! Theodore Dehon returned to in Japan for more-than 30 years Rlvervlew Apt, because of a letter I I
SATURDAYiONLYDOUBLE ; their home in Hampton, S, C, under the Presbyterian Mission of invitation sent by the Rev
Saturday Board. W O Aldrldge wno knew them :
Bold I Bewitching| f JUf'mJ &WT A OuH -
J Wearing Apparel of Distinction Mr and Mrs. Irving Kanarekare
1 Beautiful) t. leaving Sunday morning for,
\ a month vacation In Newport) but
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Mr and Mrs, George Falter

I .If. w and son, George Jr. of Chicago I '
spent a weeks with Mr and tr that'snot fliIt.
I Mrs. hri.: Taylor of Rio: I Ie (

1 t New DEPARTMENT STORE Mr and Mrs- W.-R. Snow and ,k\

.. '- son. Billy, of Windsor N
,! 'Jungle Girl"O 109 So Sec Street Fort Pierce 5 moved Into the France Apia C"j
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SUNDAY and 'MONDAY--* DAYS Too ;1'

Hurricane1 On the Florida i Coast! .. .. f\ nfid I Busy < ''' .

" ,With ,A Dra7. Explosive As It's Storyl 1 / enough u 1'

Humphrey I Edward G. I Lauren

Bogart '1[ Robinson (, Bacall

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America! 'LI If

Lionel Claire
Barrymor DY"AMIUI Trevor c' __ ll'

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tisr w11 owners how dtptnenble time two gnat
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I ', # Published every Thursday at .e THE FOG SURROUNDING 'FLOOD CONTROL1

f Stuart, Martin County, Florida, (Reprinted from the Belle Glade Herald)

t I by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a By RUSSELL KAY (1TT It has frequently been stated that the utlllt11nduIIrr

I PACE Florida corporation. ,, == -000000 'l Is opposed to flood control and rivers harbors Sprovement
.. Entered as second-class mad That claim was vigorously! disputed :
CUD J u matter at the post otflce at A few weeks ago I took a trip who said that the receatby'a

ATVAd .,' Stuart, Florida, under the Act across the. tate driving througl ( HARMQNY ; utility.pokeem.n of tha: ( Industry wu J
t of March S, 1879 .mile af tot mile of beautiful grove aro favor of necessary/ projects character but thatwhen
A FREE PRESS country w heM' beet_ were still ladei 8O// i flood control is used as an excuse for1"creatinr<
span ''If! w 35 YEARS OF SERVICE wlih oranges and grapefruit and I duplicate facilities Jit areas nerved by the private 01l"
II and companies it becomes not only a matter of concern
Palm T%. Bttnrt o.1k." s.s..e..aof the ground under them was : to tk
WithifaclW I:1, :4/" lYS gtiurt ,Imw,11. tint s.. cted with drop Industry, but also to the taxpayers whose funds"\ are nZ
A FREE PEOPLE |*p" wYlrs.d to anvil' Awe H, I enterprise." ,
J ; ;} 11:jj and: /M Stunt Mnwncn WUil.rck At Fort Pierce, in the heart of to destroy free
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n. T'' .d eo whole question of flood control! needs tb be
tile) j r ?\ I. lll7 TIte'l.taIrt"u I .U, Ns.wu the Indian River (county) ,' I tried 1 The cltti:.
founded. mind. Some of the biggest '
October 1 IMS It* fled In the public ,*nd
... 1 ::1 I ly dlttan. ws formwlr .Imuwn u 1114 ti? bay a half a grapefruit for I not
""''ll ,..rItbI JIo; ,._.. breakfast. didn't have costly "flood control": projects are practically 100 py
They 'any. 1
; ':; AU 1 could: t get was canned juice cent misnamed. Their basic purpose. power pVoductios

I \ NATIONAL TORIAL.. and f poor quality at that,, -and any school child knowa that a dam fun r
I 11. SSOCIATION It I Is to be used as a sndree: of electricity must must be
asked the of the
IfS. I manager place '
catch and
ft is
f to
nearly !
empty or so water(
"Imw come" I couldn't buy even a
: -. i I Other "flood control" project! have created: aruficU1lakes (
half breakfast. Il
lifE' ,, a gra < far larger in extent than the acreage they ?
3 !MEMBER; OF ASSOCIATED PRESS uhapely \! ere ruj.
1 shoulders and .
ly" n. A..orl.irl Pi.*.. in; tniilkd' nrluilMlr N \11 a, shrugged posed to protect: Others still have been urged In '
I laoil n w aurrd, 'n ,hi. n.w.0.ii. u ".u M all AP jitwi ilii..trtiM. di<.In t look half a* lorry at he laic s rK't J leg on
1 ,
; : -- .:. :.. a' IN TNt 6oQ where land i IK' !isub-marglnal, and the cost of"flood rot)
f EDWIN: A. MKNMMfRSKNKST _.........,....__._.............. ._...P.bll'.... he WM, explaining that the fruit trol" would be much! greater' than any possible/)/
:.ik K' I YXlSlH ..... ..... .... ...'_" .. .....'..., ....._*. Kdllor at tills time of year wasn't any p JdiMMRfIMg sr ttottonv
"KUW1M A MINNIM; JH.WIILIAM .. ... ., CUT Editor t benefit that could result. i f
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1 1 :f, H Mm III I+:,.I. :: '::::::::.,, : Adr.nltlts: Minamnni 7 y Flood control, In short, has often been u !J !OHM U MKNN1M\ ... .. .... ... ....1 M...iSUBSCRIPtlON ... Just out of curiosity 1 stoppedIn t fuse and mislead the public into tlup orting'meallUl'II'

; ,--;- ut a nUmlicr of other eating whose true aim Id further destruction of th )publicity,

I It Pt, M.ll' o.r v iTIM SIM RATES Tw. TMr .... .att.'Adr.Mlint places to tee :if:. any of had them had :r regulated heavily-taxed' utility Industry* The Tact tha1'
__ __ fresh citrus fruit None Some '
r.n. mod t. tnnan -"n- .....1..11.... n. ...._.t r..*.rv.. tht. rivalinvflt. said It was too much trouble to I ,,,. aft d no Industry has a finer record of service I in the kom4(>
", mug" ," ... joe.I..1l1o ....... farms and businesses of the country does not deter id
AM.rflnl' 1 frIIIIIIIIIMM'lllirilllllllMllllllltllllllllllllllllilllllll. ". .. "I.; ."," I b mratlnd '. tIto w a.r witllcaUoa all Mn.L fix. others verified the ttatemonl with '
burn Idcploglcal
I enemies. They passion They knot'
t i : I MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIf I made !by the first limp the fruit that social'zation! of this Industry would creui a precei
:: f! I was no gixxlDriving socialization of all '
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR ent for the'Cventual industry
I along the'! highway 1 I
r i iof The American people should have no illusion4s to they

of .11It't'I by the papers that the average home purchased: both oranges!; and grapefruit by ] ,

'I on the !current market in the l'nitea States is $11,035. Of the, big l ( I bought a liug-of each! The common people of America display a qualityof
+ ami and the fruit. It
," course if you are tiling, that price 18 much too low. But cut' sampled food common sense which il heartening to anyone
t /
\ .ff you art HU> HIK(. the figure w too high. Funny thing, was who believes in the democratic .process
then I
have at
how much difttmici. the !point of view makes. Since' stopped P- George Callui
r restaurants in a 'number of towns

The total apple\ crop\ in the United States last' year .all in the citrus. belt and on only '? i The formation of right habit* is essential to your
I able find
two occasions to .
( iwslieU ''That last was .13/ZJa diminlah chance
was 1120000(17 digit represents my permanent security They your of

crop ) The papery| say that the five leading apples fin instance anything(the but waitress canned juice recommended In one _.... / failing when assailed, and they augment your chance

terms; .ut quatitiiu.raised' l are in the order named IeliuotiK tomato when I laid I'd' rather -,-. ..-:._..:;..?-'- 1 of recovery whet overthrown. .
\\ UK'suji J. :Mcintosh\ Jonathan.and Baldwin When juke ?- John TyncUlcolkictions 1!
haw fresh citrus than ..
i wPr you K" to the !KHHU" for. apples{ .do you know what kind 1 And all. over c.n.ned.l the state
you are buying::' And when you buy oranges, can: you tell! holding grooms to and WE FINALLY .c=::=oaoC::::::=: OCEof-0Oa1-0Oe: : ::: of stamps from Various. countries of tin< n",iM I portmis;
arc meetings try
J what kind you an getting. ? sec what can be done about the LAND A TARPONBy pictures of pliyskj,ins, or bmpilitls, or mirsw. "

,The union demand for nationalization of the railroads citrus .industry We are in the CAP'N FLAGO WHAT IS YOUR HOBBY? Another popular i specialty that of sl"'I'lul p' sh'"i,,,ils and) ccollations. .

midst tif! organizing a Florida Cit C'tmwial or fancy canctllitlnni\ on a slump nii noels S
'is evidence of how willing the masses to increase theM
Mutual which. il will .c=:==0OO.=:=oao= -e : OC--'eCe
M' burden of the people l who pay taxes: The last time Uncle rus It hoped We hooked him in the tsulight value, .,.verlllllUudrool (told One" of the! most, wid<.,|in id branched;

',\Sam:> took 1 over t the"! railrwadsi: it cost the taxpayers of thh: Solve will our if!problem ask and maybe need it i We fought.him In the dark STAMP COLLECTINGBy :> stamp colkting il that of preeanocls, the stamps th.il. .,n l'lUll't'1IrcI.' '
'", but you me we to I .. WILLIAM C MFNM: >JC.H>, M.D.
country an extra $2.000.000 a day Government operation do helluva sale we boated him in the moonlight fore laIc, bearing the name of the cHy fnim which t thr\ one wed to '
1 : nil. too expensive : we just t cannot afford it. Under existing a big Job. right My stamp collecting started when I was about eight yean of age, other specialty wlthiri the, I hjl>>)"hy.is known ut phllnj! tin artnmtrf
management the railroad are among our biggest taxpayers here at home 1. 20 fighting pounds of Silver initiated pniu.(lily in imitation of my older brotht..... About three yean reconstruction In their original position of all the stamps printed,t lln.

,f, w ? In Martin County they pay 25: per cent of all When establishments Floridmni tell operating eating King on a 4-ounce bamboo fly rod, Liter it was stimulated greatly by combining stamps with dose of a particular plate. Costly! n'jaled to the collection' of vi.mipt! s t be! 111-

taxes Turn them over to the Government and the railroads fresh a customer tapered trout line nylon leader my "brothers to form one collection and to run a "stamp company" At ...11011 of meters and postal permit stumps which beam'" nf dirt evenH
who !for fruit that
cease to pay taxes' The rest of UH would make up tt'n'no! 0(14 "too citrus much troubleto and a little yellow doodle-bug slitter the Mme age I also had collections of cigar bands, street car :
,the deficit out of our own pockets. Do you want to do that / I good or I Last nile we graduated transfers different types of matches (book matches had not come into I yean\ .
1 1f 1u fix and suggest tomato juice Nipper use it that time), agate marbles and bird eggs. This Interest in collections v Aletton
of the of collection br its <
instead, it sounds powerfully silly from the dub and Regardless type arrangomrntjmanjf
f to'll !' A mechanical tree planter hall b<;en developed which to a guy who hen been driving I, tarpon-teaser nicer Our first has remained the dominant theme In my leisure time activities "write opt their! damps. I In my own collection( one d m tftf I iII t
-u are now a
,: pulled by A tractor, enables three men to plant 10,000 through all day and ever since IIItl5f.l'tlolit is to Investigate/ tbeMpi igfn of tIlt! slaniiln|\ id burl t,
grove country
( ; trees' a day In North Florida these machines! are'! busy has seen toni /of) fruit on the trees one.For Stamps have, many advantages at i collectible, Item over almost ,val printed, how many cople Wore printed, the' sonrd ol the Joijland ,

\ ::, planting )(1.0.,0.000( slash pines raised this year by the and on the ground or has followed an hour and 20 minutespacked anything! else, )Nwcver. They are commonplace articles of every day then the historical or cl<.iitiffc or biographical dai. ,rjwm| ] .( tb
( Florda: Forest Service But the demand is far ahead of life& thus milling then, easily accessible!/ and available/ to .
t (
i truckload after truckload of Citrus full of thrills chills, spills I everyone every'where subject. matter: pictured! on the stamp All this hiformaii.?n t xyAsmiand
::1 the suppi} Tree farmers in Florida this year ordered and They are kn destructible than most collectible objects and If tlw. the ,. '
j fruit on the way to some packing- over a mile of water. iiucrilied on page willi dam)
1900000" stash', pine wedlings, received only half quantities properly handled endure indefinitely. They are paradoxically both
STAMr 11111EC'TII!
ie sI !. litre in South/ Florida we are not planting any muse of folk on the North Folk of the beautiful :heiu>.and valuable! over 20.(000()() different stamps can be purchased for m<;IKlLOCICAf.ALVEI sPECIFIc: TO

: trees \\,-" sit[( idly on our haunches and let the grass fires Million throughout St. Lucid/ River, mister. tarpon used a rent apiece, and on the 'oilier hand hundreds are In the thousand- This ninerfitlal reasons fir the popularily of stamp i nll1ding 11t:
these States would I I.
'i),rage at will. if there were any trees we would chop them Florida and e eat.Ins every trick in his bag of pyrotechnics dollar cldlS.| The fact that their value, gradually apprecUtes (In a few I gested above'all concern themsejvw) with the media tai err not 01 o**

"1!'down oranges grapefruitfor to make a getaway. lie tail romantic 'instances to faliuloiij figure). is one which appeals to the .crrned with tIll? more fundamental, pS't'boLglcallnti.IJ' (<( JIIJ.
breakfast! could
if they get collector The constant world demand makes their resale assured and Utter pt'rllllplilloe must obkm I Is tIle I'IJTtIrtu11),' hem. and they want them and spun, nose dived, slapped our line, ; *
The tfectmns proved one thing to the satisfaction of have the to for them played dead, slunk Under the boat the fact that the' value .of stamps fluctuated less than 10 percent In the )
nil c'om''rlll'd. which is that Precinct 2 in Martin County I.k i ii isd but money pav have and 100()() ft rum With the 1929 financial crash leaves little klonbt as to tneir Safety as an Investment yest work, time, energy and money and which beam "pm .
unfortunately, IIs
we never ntl
..k i entirely io, lug and before another election will have to been able to out Inietl! stared B.2For\ People in Unoccupied France are said to be converting their self It is the exceptional stamp cellectot: who I Is ever ihvlB-d
figure an I peed some reasonour 11.'lDIjortJof
be divided' into two or more. Let's hope the Board of l' rent system of distribution that 1 light. tickle laid while we cash" into stamps. Their compactness it an important<< advantage over number Hstamps ttwtvhe has accumulated, Furthcn-nut' 1Iilh'M\

('inintv ( '"mmil! ionl'rs gets th'* done before the general would limp fruit on the market and worked the fish or he worked in mint coHcctihle items, particularly in the Itt\8I1IKJme or apartment, is it.imp collectors are not seriously Interested In P.1l1o"> J
i wl'llas in Their Value One do in exchange, but that Is onK lor tin purpiw
I I li eliction in November In the cafe and restaurant of the from the mouth of the Bun Ditch transporj esthetic appeals to a few; their stamps. may *O ** It
I historical Interest I to and their geographic relationships to most accumiiluting hew acquisition for his own colkiHum. u"
for folks who to Hurt Pruilt's many
Quite a
country it
AI! a hllrlby, C. A. Swoyer, an Ohio telephone man'unihrtnok want It. [ip tretch.Mama. camp every collector Probably the greatest attractions for the serious colit accurhiilale, to enlarge, fa hold on to, and to Iroumr.. hw itampi

t to field! out how many songs mentioned the telephone We have canteloupei from the the tor" are the many by-pathi which lead from them-the study of his characteristic/ fundamental to the great majority Ot I mlkvtnrt

.' '. When he made hm last report, he had the names Carolina, watermelons from Ceor- I lash. ,mama" bring Burt. From big tory. transportation industry manufacturing!(, utence1iatever ( Another psyclKiIogical/ value gained: I II the opportu",,iih' to surf
lights yelled
of 450: They're piling up at the rate of nearly 40 new !ria, apples from Virginia, Honeydew the dock and In total darkness came \\ the reasons may be, stamp collecting probably has more collecting> !for precise arrangement of tin *c
< !i ones every year. from California, but have to I Mrs. Pruitt'i voice "Are link devotees than any other hobby, very possibly more than all other cob "ttntmn to ir4iTline/ and complt'tef: Thus, wink\ ,,n unp <
le II IIcl
The first t song, unlike most of its successors, did not rtiiml| with the waitrsi and risk ling. what the ,matter?" you"No, ecting! hobbies put together!( It b variously' estimated that between lector, will perhaps .have a mass of f Hnsortod unarr' '''c' s have lose an its theme Composed in 1877 it was called being thrown out of tIll! joint whenwe has 'old no 5,000,000)() and 10,000X)0! ( ()() persons in the United Statel are itamp coledors satiifadKin I iJ gained from the arrangement ..I t i I"koctIOll., ,,\

:' Telephone'' |> March. (Gilbert and Sullivan put these lines Ink ask for half a grapefruit in I a tarpon. Casa t caught whether CnpnFlagg lies and that approximately 5.OOCX\ of these are established as stamp some systematic ordcr-clironologicttlly!: by subject hv i ale l imiunj

( t.s t. q H.M.S. Pinafore, "lie!H! hear no tones) of a maiden he loves Florida. And then we pick: up a uncling the {fish see or the fish I i. laudIng dealers. The Oillectorl Club of New York receives regul.vly 81 stamp or color, and collector are continuously looking for tin ""'

#, so well! No telephone communicates with his cell !tOO paper and read about the terrible him hurry.- periodicals[ published In this country several of which are sizable, specimen to Complete a particular'arrangement lit needs' one!}Tticulur

r, \\'e mtntion a few of the old and recent ones because plight of \the none citrus grower Hurry weekly Journals. stamp or stamps and hunts for them tn ttrtaH. h with b. .k.
', vvt like, the silly titles and because they stir : Slowly Fniltt maneuvered. the The amount 'of on Is variously estimated In k-ctor smuts Vila and "T.
our memory and how in the world I II he going money spent slamps ,, ,friend and his dealers. Ile compulsively:
pl:, .Mi, '11, k/ihon" Will! A/i./ < /. Rf Bay, lo You, You Rut II 0 find) a market for hit fruit It Queen May, which what he calls the last five years the salt* from, the U. S, government philatelic agency) his catalog a* a reminder of them heeds, Stamp sale, (tine tin" fIf'

1'I 7'In.. (>hay Kea! nf( a flmg: /rf Give Chi it Upon the', TI""I/wmt'/ makes a guy want) to page!( Mortimer his Inboird fishing skiff, toward directly lo.clllk..tllrl anti' dealers have averaged 11, .50,000)() annually, niches Meal mitlitl for compulsive! activity./ .

s I ( nil/ Mr (I'ft SIMKP Rainy 'Afternoon Suerd and otter him the job of the dock Lights: came aboard It is agreed that local philatelic sales at post offices exceed those at The opportunity to an interest'in detail "n ankmgll

II, /Hi., firmsI, ;I.hiMr lIeal n. Citrus Czar or something and the fight started all over agiin the Philatelic Agency so that the average annual sales from the pant stamp collecting. The variation express fat shades of color the different& :

.\ l Itinz t { itn tin I//'IjI'f./ / /h Worth TlIoHI the' riuinfHi As I see it, an the organizing, Five feet Into the air, under the office department approximate $4.(000)()().OlO( ) In this country! To this figure of the same printing ircret marks the different dli, the enM

/ im .ML-* C'ntral.'wl/ My Mamma, meeting, conferring and arguing boot, speedy runs to right and left. must be added auction (estimated at $750,000)), counter and mall (rsti flaw in """b. ;

U fu IH ft )4lire" 145Wvner, Juxl Telephone" / Me. n them world' Isn't going to help the And all during the fish circus a mated at $3,000,000)()()() ()()()), club and foreign purchases (estimated at $1,000()() .- tmta In watermark printing differences in perforation printingt re-engrav, aw all "loIlml'In d

r I :t MM/ Joimwn./ rlwnctl Again Today' situation,: ,: Nor will; all the adver- fun moon pushed Its nose over tree I (000))()()), making tile astounding total of between $10,000,000()()() and $12- opportunity lot the study of detail, Ckiscly !related! tl thY' the J
F Fr / do until tops casting ribbons of gold across (000)(),(000 spent annually by ,American collectors to satisfy their philatelic Mf..d. ,
lining good
any somebody for niRP byrIA
the stream Other rxytunity< Forty-four years ago a Georgia man -Wrote his Congressman gets; busy and dors in Intelligent placid tarponwere wants According to good authority, collector in England. France and matter The
I particular of subject : .
for information trees and rolling close by, in normal times said to have than usage country origin, J .
some on pecan received fob of distributing and merchan Germany are went! more their fellows trial points of the before It I Ia printed, the reprints" .nd
in reply some bulletins on Belgian rabbits and guinea pigs. dizing. Bring him around once' more, In the United States which means that a total of perhaps SO.IOOO()( !) stump i5vt'9e)
price, nil offer further for, and r"searc
he decided another'' Band wrote his yelled }Hurt. "When the Rauhlight each is for collectors avenue itudy
Recently on try congressman year (was) spent postage stamps! by each sad' ) jjpi7
for information about medicinal herb. lie got UNFQRSEEN RESULTS hits lain eyes hell quiet down," Tires or COLLCCTTNOMost carry out an Investigation la identify stamp wit'*)! I ln Jfvanced (

in return bulletins: on chickens and chicken raising. Since "P lI you give your wife a lee- And lie did. Though heavy and beginners 'in stamp collecting start with an accumulation of Ik-ulup, ( coltwton 'fund. research: activltiel connedkin.

r + he's) '72 he says he doesn't plan to try again in 44 years. tore on economy?" asked. the friend tired tbe champion slit along the whatever is available, United States or foreign( stamps, or both. Before specialty / ng"ig0 t'
water gracefully. A big net boated have collected the will Stamp collecting' nerves both a* s solitary and Mtlvlty. a [
lie simply gives up.. of the brand new they very king> majority' choose one or two or
'I E. A. M. "I did," was the grimy, him quickly We took three scale several countries: m which to "specialize There are approximately Many reports have Indicated that,the numlwto! I.'I\IIIP' ill

r *M hat remdtir"i for evidence and turned the guuenter 180,000 different postage itamps issued by the various governments and stamp collecting have increased! rapldlv In Great ,Britain aJ'"Y. -

':' WHY TOLERATE earth anti are steadily improving!{ gave up week-end golf and loose; of the world and this doe nof Include revenue, envelope and tax stamps year, probably because the I Individuals foul work at lame ...st
I' COMPULSION? Again, compulsory sllneti( insurance started a vegetable garden* And to, a* a climax: to three and various other bits of adhesive paper. The realization of the enormity punuit of tlieir Interest.. There are two major philatelic '.;I

I rt might be justifiable if there! month. I of fishing which I of the field forces one to limit his Interest since the average m indiv). covering the Veiled Status and many Smaller nallnnal group"specialties : ......

''I{f The Lint Cnngrr-K did not act on were no other way to rirepan( nnr- Would> this be partial grooming have stayed right here In Stuart to dual will gain more satisfaction from concentration of "lilt interest From besklel hundred of local organized gnagss.Uoted Su'

: the proposttl" ID saddle the country selves for unexpected<< doctor From wedding account In theBe//// enjoy rather than hurrying north this point almost every collector begins to develop specialties within every community of 23. ))00 population or more aurtJolllo l w

'i with compuhmv' wkneis Imur- and hospital bills But the /lIItO// ((0.) Examiner: that battle royal with Silver his specialty-covers, blocks, cancellations, shades, plate blocks, errors,, These collector come together for exhibit, for paper for, faa 1 .
foe f
i| suet a project which world add voluntary plans of which the I "Mr*. W-, mother: of the bride, King is torn in this old fisherman' pron .. essays, etc. buying tolling" trading{, and probably molt of all, Just ..

t tI i $6(!000OfKOIX( ) ()( ) > a year to the So- largest now has more than 00.(000000 )()()- groom was gowned in back with thrills, which cover many streams Among the more popular friteresti Is that In "'1overs-: -orlglnll1 envelopes ..-...- -. ........ Jl -.J. -

I I cial Sonirlty bill of the American ( ) members-have brought t this corresponding! accessories." in many place If I were to live with the stamp,In.place, and in recent years there has been a MARRING Hl ii-w A YBEAtirY

people through more deduction protection within !the reach of al-! and fish forever I'd never take a very avid interest by many collectors hi "First Day coven: envelopes (Titusville Star-Advocate) '
't I from payroll checks/ But that doe most AH worker; and their (families' every country which ha tried totlallzed tarpon under more beautiful con with the stamp used on the first day of Its fame. One miry specialize: which 80 %f>

i not mean the jclicme it dead. The at a 'remarkably moderate cost medicine hal run into the ditions. A surprise twilight strike, even further In this particular field by collecting: only territorial coven lions lorida'r'State highways upon and"J". ,a.

faces behind It are vocal and Well And the fact! that the various plans same trouble. The' over-all cost while a" setting sun painted he (envelope maw from states before they were admitted I to statehood), are being spent, are being disfigured ua relu'

'r aganbcd( and ,it Is to be expected are competing for clients assure of medical care ha gone op ... western sky with pastel color In pony : (letters carried by the pony express), paquet-boat nightly and by a careless public that throws paper The care i l'

that they Will work harder in tie, that the widest! range of benefits at while the standard of medical ser the north, thunder clouds with frequent covers (carried !ltt Ohio and Mississippi River boats), naval and railroad Is blamed even garbage along the roadside here learn I oIIti. -

future than! In the past' the lowest price is provided vice hove gone down. What else flashes. of lightning. A fight covers (mailed aboard ship or from a railway post office), or "tint side the State equally upon visitors who come H

There might l be .some jtHtiflcaIHIB Ws must realize that the next can be expected when the doctot with a champ, for more than a mite flight" coven (carried on the first air mall flight over a given route), and upon homefolks.aggravated that gt A

for political domination of logical step beyond compulsoryhealth ii subjected to the politician and during darkness and no punches Some collectors develop colleetioni on the basis of the subject mat. HighTway Department: become M Elgin BayU" M. ap J'i e II'

I medicine if It were the only wayto i insurance would be social-: the bureaucrat The examples of pulled. Finally the boating<< under ter of the stamp! a collection of only stamp showing maps, or of the log to the Federation' of Chairman Garden Clubs to'II' $8IstI"a I1program

safeguard our national/ health. ,lied/ medicine1. That view<< has other nation* should alone be suf. a full moon. And the first tarpon stamps showing trains or ships or animals or bfrds. Collections'' limitedto of Interest He ,"T w

But every ollJt'dlve..rvey. yet made been expressed l by Senator Morse fi:lent to block every scheme thai Ve taken on my light tackle! this I air mad stamps are very popular Often this type of collection is. .related the State arousing Highway public Patrol to assist. Trasn dump"

shows that.the health itaiidords of and other In high position who .would endanger free, medicine in one hung on. So did L AD others 'to the Individual'I vocation.: Theodore Steinway ha an elaborate upon along Stat highways is an offense that call for< a 11\\ ,

1 cur people are among tin best on I have made a study of it. And Uu country. was .Mawr' I dolkctioa: of stamp* dealing with rmulcj several physician law made mum fine of flOO or Imprisonment up to 30 data

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29 FNS-A) WILL.ATTEND CAMPSix NEWS OF COU1 STY ACTIVITIES Farm -1948 : elude Wendell I). Waters of Stuart ,
aIIljIIIIH, July ( I Croppers J] Tallahassee July 29. The ?
udv of Florida adoption members of. the Martin The I Column second summer concert of the I'
L| practices Is going to be County High School Band art CountyByL.M.gent's / Florida State University Chorus Nine out ot every 10 forest I'I ;
taken by the State Chll-' attending the 7th annual music was presented Sunday under the fires 4n the United States are
Commission! as an out'Hiof camp sponsored by Florida State ,, Johnson direction of Dr. Wiley Lee House- started by people through carelessness t
a West Palm Beach University inTallahassee t which S wright. Members of the chorus or on purpose. I
-LI recent newspaper hunt' started Moifflay through Aug.. n. National Farm Safety Week< 'be made a family affair 8] weeks 1S GUY4s Asfoclc I"

Lter homes' for ,even eb.il- Th MX Inclade June Bowden, la being observed this year from I* year. R1lIBL ORIVER
Alvin A. Hendry, Jrd, Betty Mor July S5 1 1 \
through 31. 6e
T. July The Some of the hazards to
rison 'C. and
Buddy Hayes President of the United States uNYAR GotN Porter
eliminated .
and Wayne Wells.The ". are: DS
Said In In his
school is directed part proclamation: 1. Stain without handrails, or ., I'O Get U S r
bY'Dean "I '
Urgently each
request member in need of repair. 2. Faulty mechanics ,, r't'o
Karl O. Kuertelner of: the of every American family to) KILLED
school of Music. The faculty !or electrical equipment. Paint Body ShopA
accept responsibility for ellmlnattng -
Q include< Wendell D, Waters, at least one possible S. Unsafe bull pens. 4, Frayedelectric
cords. 8. Unsafe 'ladders,
year atuaff tor band high director.school Held and each source of accidents during\ the 8. Defective hand tools. 7. Rotten / '(Over A & P, 2nd Floor)
university week I also ask aU organlxatlons -
TKI "boards or plahka in porches 't
students as well as music and SPECIALIZING: IN UPHOLSTERING
> persona Interested I In
haylofts. 8. Worn 9,
NORGEloll r- teachers, directors and supervisors (farm life and welfare to Join In or Unprotected hay chutes.ropes.10. Inadequately Ailto Painting Metal Work: v
at" from throughout the South, a concerted attack upon -tries lighted haymows and Cutom-rnad Slip Cover a Sport Tops i
the camp offers a complete menaces to the live .
pro and happiness barns 11 Loose boards with nailsIn tii
higerolbr'uto gram of orchestra, chorus, band of American farmers and
and/ recreation. their families." them. 12. Uncovered water -_- +_._ .__ u___ _______ __-
tanks, cisterns, wells. 13. Un =-= I
Solo performances will be encouraged Tbe long-range purpose of NatIonal protected pools. 14. Rubbish In t
through, private Itvstrurtlon Farm Safety Week 14 to the yard, field or garden. 15. rYCLINtONE'
ATIC with artist teachers make every American farm and Oil-saturated or paint rags. 16. WAX r
Each /high: school student will receive :tarm resident as safe as possible; Weeds, brush, old lumber or
EFRQSHe C. 8 weekly private lesson on ,to cut the annual toll of needless otncrflre hazards around build NATIONAL d'' It's Sprayed. Cracks: and Crevices
his or her major instrument or deaths and Injuries to an Irreducible Inll17.. Unmarked and. unpainted s Car, ', t
_ In voice. minimum;, to make farm gasoline containers. 18. SAFETY WEEK Inijll
Students ''wtlj be housed in I life a safer, happier and more Loose matches 19. Horns on cattle Jet7 23.31. 1948 SWAY
University dormitories and spec prosperous way (pf life 20. Tusks on boars. 21. YOUR CAR WHILE IN MOTION f,
,oaos .. v.o..y ial counselors will supervise their National Farm Safety Week Hakeshlft harness." 22. Incorrect I SHE ," OF &..UBRICA1IONStuaY ,
recreational activities. Am l..ll.e| to A)**! Till. N.. M.uh.d. ,
: was conceived by the National electrical fuses. 23. Homemade
TPHONE Safety Council In 1944. It is electrlo. fence controllers.. 14. ;
Sheriff O.IF M.lit TROUBLE sponsored by the National Safe- SmtU rugs at stairs. 29. Improperly tatlt.ul. IIU" e.eslu Service Station t
TLETT BROS.oU Hancock urges ty Council and the U. S. Depart- stored explosives or flam ,
Martin County residents to tele- ment of Agriculture In toopera mable liquids. 28. That loaded -a4.--- W. C. RUN, Mr, CULVfODUCT* Pk... SIM' .t '
Ave 0h.O9 phone 359, the Police Radio Sta. tlon with the National Fire Protection gun. 27. Unsafe workers. 28: In Jens Beach JAYCEES TO STUDY
titan WRWL .. i iFUGATE
in all times .. -
Association, the Farmer' Poisonous insecticides stored WIMMING POOL IDEA
trouble ofl ........
Union, the National Orange and within reach of children, 29, : .
many other organizations Interested Matches within reach of children 23 The Junior Chamber ot Commerce 4 '
In farm life as affected' dl- 30 Any equipment not ATTEND will meet at the Civic arid REENLEES x'
-I really Indirectly: by farm ac properly guarded. 31 Improperly .
cldent4 'but the greatest grief stored tools, toys and: suplles. Center at a p.m. Monday. Installation I
ouaies -" and load Is to the farmers them- 32, Any tripping hazard, such as CIRCLE'S LAST of new officers la ex- ,
Aluminum ? Rain a>tdiiwning. selves. mops or brooms on. stairs. 33. pested to be 'held at that time. I ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING, 4
The leading types of accident Loose fitting clothing: 34. Improper At'the Registered
Jaycee meeting 11Orlner' \ Engr..
Registered Surveyors ,
Clare hitches to machin
are tails of persona, accidents power
July lit, a committee
rawing machinery, animals and 148 CeA.
ControlBeaul ery.Some Fla. Cert. KU.' 132 and 665
rm Shutters hand tools, burns firearms, or all of these hazardsare of five was named to investigate ,, ; ,
'' )' drownlngs and motor vehicles. to be found on most farms, By CHARLOTTE I1ELUER the possibilities and r \\ ,4

What can farm 'people do? the correction of which ls on the The Ladles ithe Aiil Clrcleat seek public reaction to a proposal Arthur Dehon Bide. ". Stuart, Fla.'t
.lsul.. Privacy first, make their farms safe list of things to be done when ,Jensen Community Church for construction of a swimming -
the farmer has some free time. .
by accepting personal respond met at the home of Mrs. Ransom pool in Stuart. The committee I H
elimination of Most farmers never have free _
jillty for bland Includes Joe Mosley,
Tilton at the Hotel on
farm hazards during Farm Safety time, and the hazards remain Chairman; Joseph 8. Oreenlees,
the beach 21.
SHUTTER i i"I July Twenty-three
PRODUCTs.. O. Week. Second the ellmlna from day to day uncorrected. members were present. Mrs. Ed Douglas! Urquhart, Dan Fagen
tlon of unsafe practices can be National Farm Safety Week was Burgess of Stuart spoke on the and Ben A. Redding Jr. Sails Restaurant I'' ,
STUAST Instigated for the of ort
FLORIDA PHONE 1"0 .. I achieved through educational encouraging farmers purpose to take work of the summer Bible !school! The committee later was Informed .
Third, farm safety
study. can
a public swimming pool
time from J I ily 25-31 to makea which the ladles had hoped they
special effort to Correct these could hold for the children of is under construction in Pa- Just South Frazier Creek Bridge On 111; S. 1 s sr
Y U3 hazards and get them off their Jensen Beach in August. The hokee's city park now at the encouragingly r ,
minds. Do It now. It the lob is Rev. H. H. Jones gave the devotional. low cost of 21000. Under New Ownership j + '
WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEEP/ put off much longer farmers will The hostesses'for the It Is being sponsored by the BLANCHE: 'POLLACK i ,
afternoon were Mrs. Ruth Hoag Lions Club of that city! t
be too busy with the fall plantings : Invites You To Enjoy
Phone to take care of them and and Mrs. Ruth McElfresh. Seven members will attend the I
thereby run\ the risk of Injuries.I' It was reported at the meetIng quarterly summer conference in Real Italian Spaghetti
,j to himself and family, that the I ladle of the Circle Sarasota Au,. 78. Official representative I '.
.3551 with the help ot other ladles of will be Fagan and /1.NOW SERVING
A long bamboo pole with a Jensen finished the machine W. C. King. The officers will be ,
L N i nail driven through one end of i sewing ot the men's cotton bathrobes Mosley, K. S. Stimmell.! R. W. ALLMEALSA/ LA CARTE
W It may be employed with good at the Red Cross chapter Hartman, Jr., Urquhart and Bed
,. 'r PAINTS effect in removing webworm office In Stuart which they have ding. Principal speaker will be Closed Wednesday'sREAL i ,
nests from pecan trees. Stickingthe been attending on Wednesdays, Governor-nominee Fuller War- J .
II fl'' I J HARDWARE nail-end of the pole Into the The Circle wilt not meet again: ren. )
< IQIi SASn. DOORS nest turning the pole a coupleof until Oct. 20 when the hostesseswill HOME COOKED MEALS '

PLASTER times, and then pulling usually be Mrs: Bern Welch And cation trip to the North Carolina ; 1
will remove one of the nest Mrs. Cecil
'FLOORING CEMENT In a (few moments. The nest Mr. and Mrs Bryson John Munch' :and< mountains. ____ ___ ____ ____ __ _____ ___-----------J .
SIDING should be burned or sprayed after family of Oroveland are guests :I
J' It is removed to kill the web- Of Mr. and Mrs Holmes W Jt, II I

worms, Munch, ,

obe Sound Lumber & Supply Co. Inc. Avocados are...-t.:,-valuable food: Jr.Mr., and/ and sons Mrs., Alvin A. A.and Hendry John,, Ii} ;

primarily fof their fat or energy motored W Tallahassee Sunday; s'
I content which is 26.. per cent. Where Alvin will enter the bam! CONTINUOUS
.,.... They are a fairly good source of school for three weeks. QUALITY
vitamin B and contain small Charles Munch and Herbert
amounts of vitamins- A and O. Pltchford made a business trip
/ to Miami Monday. ii ,
Vegetable crops that are Quite The Rev. and Mrs, W. Q. Bart-
.. resistant to root-knot Include lett and daughter, Mrs. Lucille 2 2S
corn, Irish potatoes coliards, Johnson, of West -Palm Beach yt
cauliflower, cabbage, sweet potatoes were guests at Pine Lodge Fri FOR YOUR NICKEL S
radishes, and eggplant.
-- and Ann Heaton and
3& Generally, St. Augustine grass Blllle Munch are returning .this 'f .
tan stand a prolonged dry spell week end from two weeks at''
better than centipede grass. Good Council Camp in Floral 1.
I' Sometimes it U necessary/ to replant City.

spots in centipede lawns Mrs. Oscar Olsen and son, ,
but usually
after a dry period 1 John, of West Palm Beach spent y I
most lawns recover after
Tuesday here with friends.
rains come. Miss Gwendolyn Punter, who ,
has been employed in Jamaica t
To obtain maximum results
from summer cover crops It isnecessary for the past three years, is the '
to tnrrL them underat guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
Munch, Miss Punter Is enrouteto ,.
peak of green growth, before
they become woody and mature. her home In England. 'I :
Mr, and Mrs. Norris Tllton and .
When( cattle are being sprayed ton, Nbrrla; Jr., of Gainesville '
whit DDT, It Is important to protect spent the week end here with Mr.
feed troughs and drinking and Mrs. W. B.'Tllton. Norris,
vessels from the spray, to make Jr.. was christened at the morning -
services at the Jensen Community -
lure that spray dripping from
treated animals does not contaminate Church Sunday.W. /
drinking water for D. Edwards of Miami was I c
lock, and to avoid getting the the guest of his brotherinlawand tf
pray/ on grass or other plants sister Mr and Mrs. W. C. '
the animals may eat. Johnson Sunday and Monday. J
.Y -----.. He came up to attend the fun
More than 3.500,000 board eral of his aunt, Mrs. Laurie t "
1 feet 'of Wood are used each yearIn Munch. ---
1 IEDD' kIDJwATfPLHIIi the manufacture of toothpicks Mr: and Mrs.Harry Segerstrdm "
...-- left Tuesday for a two-week'! va- 103." !

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p' ,U DIRECTORY meet further growth In the erator, cap\bi, of ,
l J Retail sales in Florida reacheda The Martin County Red' Cross bid In the proposed tale electric need Of this section watts wui boost >Jr

total value of $1993.008,000 last John, Leslie Plans 75-Lot P591' chapter will send two) Junior Red of Section U In Township U, Florida Power and Light Com! parity to 4ooo lib!
tl' s. aba. A..._ Range 3Q't ntalnlnr 63..08 acre, pany will begin Immediate step will become aTeeneratlng
Cross member Martin
year, 30.3 per cent more than Rew PHIL YAawaLL, : ,_ the
1646 to final estimates Riverfront ......- probably were rejected' by the 'to Install another generator at ;
according Junior
; Development on Ii4. > t -. B....r BVImlll County High School to the -, Its Riviera Beach electric gen ltttkw III
PAGE the research and Industrial division 1 '"t .. .. Honing WmklS1 Red Cross training center at State Board ot Education in : pany entire intelll, c
... \ of the Florida State By MRS. VIVA C,, ROAT "10 .. m. Tralnlu Unto Roosevelt Tallahassee 20, It was erating station nearly doublingthat the capacity\ of
8l04 Fan Evnlnl: Wrakl. State Park, near Chip-i July atatlon capacity, J.M.Law' 1141 tII,
CUD Chamber of Commerce reported seaside advantages here preferable .A..nraor. <.. Ml'tolgW. k. Ik* <.k.r.k hey, Da. Aug 17-28: Chosen to reported by the office t I of I Jr, Stuart office manager, announced watt .tatlon near 'Ot1
business ( tk ( iklWrra
1U 4urlMth
yesterday weekly r dale.
In a ran '
John O. Leslie \li getting a
AT : to the crowded beaches.In ... ... attend are Miss Norma Orlner Superintendent/ R H. Rollins at today. This\ plant wasdedicated .
I levlew aatlafactlon In ..._
good deal put. the north. W. and Herman Reltz, both from -
Nationally the"dolUr value of ting forth new Ideas In planning 8'11> .. ., liuiMktMrirFIRST a.rMa. Stuart the court house It was believed last year PHONE IP ta'
A,*' Having been guest for two Ih addition to providing more TRp
,4 1 I letall sales 219' cent
i was per
a 75-lot development for Jensen here the sale canceled despite
',' ', BAPTIST: The program of the school\ was
u' week of her sister\ and electricity for the
husband expected
R. I last than in 1948 ,i Sheriff O.
span I < Beach. The land faces the Indian M Ham
k ... A l'.Ld planned to provide for Instruction .ft* 'being advertised a *
J { *"The Florida Increase 14 re-! Mr. and Mrs James S. Asklm, In n R W. pa.1.tII growth of this area Law said Martin County :
Palm I sy' /" River Drive at the tip of ,.
WlthilacllH I tail sales value 1947 over 194 Sewalls Point and Stuart roads Ankona Mr and Mr. O W. Oar- V p.>M,m B TC SuKdw.. .v 8. i,. was appreciably greater than the I rettson of Baldwin, N Y, left Ckurrli, *tln*> 1M M* >r4 *... and much time and effort have County School Board had filed voltage conditions and reduce : lion WRWL" III
and west the railroad III
runs across .mtl. been given over towards which would all t
Increase 1948 over 1945 which Monday for home. Enroute they tan 1 tracks.Leslie ,
lBiy t' I 1/: stood at 22.7 per cent. will atop In Melbourne and Orlando THE CHURCH'OF GOD the center soundly educativeand considerable weight with the -- ---....,I.
In the shipping supply r s u enjoyable It I II reported. State office,
'- to visit relative ........
Fel business In Newark. N. J, with "a.. W r Bfw>. fwWr Under direction north of ;
i I' Their host here took them on Ch.rtk ..h... !. A. H. of adult leaden, The section I lying 1" 'a'
residence In Bloomfield ha visited 'fishing trips through the Evertglade Moraine Wmhl, H a.. the student will take part In Indlantown, I 11 surrounded on all 5rt a 1MUCOt
rF Jensen Beach three winters San agricultural section, the welt Tra. eerST
1 i e0.I 'AMEMENVOfOim When \he got the development National Forest, and: showed rrhtar various, resource of Junior Red section: purchased June 15 for Q.w d9 WE1A 1"aS"
Idea he decided that where there JOSEPrf* CATHOLIC Cross which will Include discussion $91,200 by the Adam Cattle urln \
them varied activities carried on ISO CtoMlu. Ann* No More So Thta
I la always a breeze accessible i OEABV, FMtor about safety service Company, Inc. However Supervisor Ru
In this of the State. In
POLICY ocean bathing fresh and salt part II.V.WT..;. ,: ?..W L t e.d tIM home nursing, community service Harry .O, Webb advised Your
fact so Impressed were these q. ........ and 11 a, ... New Ron*, |
i water fishing and growth of the that to the
I Wvk 0., t t. mriral program planning organization passage enclosed ceo
t I town Imminent as here, a carefully visitors they may become Flor- ..ri4., .f ..cfc. .. ida resident they said .,...., .,
3'f I with c. t"r4 r 4 i* 1 tv i'liiim'iit W '
planned subdivision Idt Cross council. < maintained
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3'i f 1 A fact calling for Immediate parkways and Impressive beautification riving at the Askln home Joplur bled. club 7 .. Il Unsafe Wiring:
a I Would helD meet the shortly will be Mr and Mr*. II. m. '
action! The Walter Souwelne and Donald EI'ISCOPAr'UVlCU
iof I growing demand for homes substantially son ::
fact; ONE-HALF with from Mlddlevlllage. N. Y. : I" w.s nle. N..e3n Y ''
I a built emphasis M.1'REV : C SEE
kls the Automobiles on J I on modern architecture and A porch dinner and afternoon a. ai 1'1I:1001011.: MA, a.t eIu.d411 e pR5 FOR '

1 the road today are 10 ji comfort, party was held Sunday at the Tilt" A. M 'H.l bO.-....:.. ; : 'P U5r
pl I John Roenbeck home In Ankona. has A. U. Chink ...h..1II i i
i' Years Old or OlderiThe MIi The main drive Is being constructed Highest Carh'N
Participating were Mr and Mr ttt A. Y. Pint Sandy I Ia sse fc
_i Action| -Making jjj In compliance with Joseph) Worthington Mr. and Holr Cmonlra. Paid ForUSED Your
State I highway specifications Olk.r, .un*.r.. M nlit.-rn.. .. *"
SURE that you are I Mr. J. 8, Askln and their house Tilt. P. II. V... r .(>l<' YryUab CAR AMBLE t
be 40 and ,
i Building line will ft.
FILLY projected with "J I guest. Mr, and Mr, O W, Gar- ALr SAINTS BeforeYou
each lot 140 feet In depth with W.v.lMJ See U*
; iT, LIABIk-ITY$ INStRANCE ,-!| 110 ft between houses. Crossing rettson of Baldwin-, N. Y. Alternate 11 .. m. .r.k.'e Mess l I.dy.l lHolr Sell or V ELECTRIC

before you face the railroad tracks the drive m.uolo at It a m. thin Trade
N FI an accident hazard (. branches Into two roads, The STRAWN-JENMNGS spar 01 seek ...u.. L CbNTMCTING'ArflUftCBDollar I
smallest lot In this end of the ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED r
( I like thaf-ANOTHER'HOIK subdivision Li 75 by 100 ft According Mr and Mrs. James E. Strewn FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. SUNRISE MOTOR COMPANY
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fallui, NOW, to Leslie there will bepark'ay. of Orlando have announced the *. W. O. AMrM q P..lw .
1 with colorful plantingsthat engagement of their daughter, Tk. Ckvnk: was tk.< CklBMt \

will follow road arteriesthroughout Emily, to Harry S Jennings, son II,'41 41 a.L m... Suii4 Prtllc y W Brto.1...nkl.. r:
I : the development of Mr. and Mrs. Lane H Jennings eel a .. Ynm PMnlo) P.Oo.alr.rare *

ED MAPPI Leslie, whose own home Is of Walton p fcvtnln: .. Puklle. H.un Wcnklp.....b.Tk.*..a Cape, r..U.a .,. 1fIl'tj M,
I about completed. Is a widower Miss Strawn Is a graduate of .to..7..r.oI'I.:: <*"::: I. Spent ;
I Orlando Senior High School and tan > Ik* i '.taeuin.
REALTOR and father of two children, Mrs At Home
\la attending Florida State University .: .. kl<...k seals.
Wnl. d.r Tae p
't'I' Nell D McCarthy of Pasadena,
\ II P O Arcade Os" ,..,. will Mecto .k..rty _....
Jennings, a graduateof
Calif and John D. Leslie, Jr:, an : I .. .11 pas. a..._ Stay Cro_
Phone 19 the University of Florida, is
jt 1 I' I attorney About 40 in Bloomfleld Walton-Eden Club attending graduate school of FIRST pusiYTU AN CHURCH At Home I BUSINESS DIRECTORY M.
I. tb. Cl.b I
1'i I'J psychology at Florida State University =
members and their friends gathered S..C.A. P.I. I .
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at the Community Center He Is employed by the tee. *, .. SiixUr Stkwii. w. l
--+ I lor their semi-monthly covered- Florida Industrial Commissionas i Clxk, End Junior RF-A....alt.....pplrt..hYa h..'" I.. Your Business CarJ In This Section Every Week Will Bring/iou Business
.' 'dish supper and games party a statistic onM..7, t>.t toCkuxL. at v'' f

''l' :- I( Friday evening New members The wedding will be held August ., .. .W..hl.Mr. til.."WI"...".'.WM. lllrSt ...'... l-- _._ L . -- -

f ,,1 I are gradually being added to the S. Club.. r : -'I'

'l club VFW roster.and Auxiliary of Fort and Mr. E. R. Bnsey: of II IIMr. COMMUNITY JlEH'Si BEACH CHURCHPuton Buy The Best Brat Storage I' Plumbing & Heating I Docks,

Walton, spending a number of a.. H. H. J as.w GENERALELECTRIC
Pierce held memorial services I
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with war .h. ti4> Fre\ Water In Sheet Metal Seawalli
week in Tropic Ensey'smother '
Sunday for 2nd Lt Elmore Cave SM-vlen, 1l..e, f. 0.aIBLR .
Jr son of Mrs Florene Cave of while ha to looking after -.. Covered Stall rUMPINCj SYSTEMSN.
'. \ farm and grove Interests, left UNION leo*LGATIOSeALTb. Boat House
1 Edenlawn and St Louis\ ; Francis Appliance .' .
'. ; 1 J. Chew flight officer son of there Saturday for Gainesville'where .... ,w.l.a: 8tm. pow Kitchen, Laundry Dry Storage I '
Mrs. Pearl) Chew, Fort Pierce Mopday they witnessed ,41llttt a. m, Bu.j': ae Cabinet and all small All Types Of Min
the university'graduation of HoralM' eC.e.PRoSYTERIAN PLUMBINCA ConetructsosIvan
0 A'v and Paul L OQulnn U. 6 Coast appliances. Radios. '
: ; I 1't / Guard, son of Mrs. Maggie their da.ughttfkatherine, They I MIIUNnrCHURCH Jackson | Boat METAL WORKJOX
+. d' OQulnn Fort Pierce. These were accompanied by Miss Ensey 5.a.. ..... MARTIN COUNTY Works I *4 I Taylc
\, bodies have been returned from '* fiance, Fred Mattox of Jacksonville ) .... AI..4. LIuIt ELECTRIC l P.O. BOI 474PHONEI04.J
J t ... .- Sandy _.... I .u 5..h' PHONES,.0.,. too Nlah 'M-Hl I
: burial In their I paw. J3.W
: overseas tor 11 L aA IIloa .....h.... Phone 75 I II
these young ,
hometown cemeteries.After I The wedding of .' _
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I I accompanying his wife people 1 ha scheduled the last of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE STUART r SOCIETY WREECRCITER I --

I CAl August The family will return Eeo '...h Shwl __
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and small daughter, Carol Ann, '- -- \ -
/ij1 home Aug. 10 II ..'... (;h.... -.,... I

">A!1f ; J with to Walton her parents for a ,summers Mr. and Mr visit*. From Port Chester N. Y,: RETURNINGWest I StuartAuto \1. I I Get Mile of W..

f 1 ,,1 yl ; W. H. Lennard, Don H. Clark has where Don J. Romanello I visiting -l I
hi and Mr. Romanello Palm Beach, July 29.- RECAPYOUR
l returned to their home In lUv- CampModern
'\Jif: W'lJf'f I era, N Y Clark, a law studentat parent come word he 1* leaving Marine Master Sgt "Robert M. Uncle Billy TIRE:
there this' week home On i.
J' Cornell will motor here laterto sez.
J Barr will return to Fort Pierce
F arrival there weather wa such Cottage .
\ take his family home ..... Tkm M u. I1"

w9ado- Mrs During Charles the Kroeslg visit of and Mr. children and-,"Now he donned," he say sweater, "I shall and be coat gladto Aug recruiting 3 to establish station in a temporary the Community And' Trailer. Court.vcr.u. (._.... .... ''IM. I.' OI.,. A...... c.. f'/WUI-.)'., ._.. .eI.I.'h..1...... .a.w.-.._dA.rwa I,

e Center Building there ., BY DAY WEEK OR
swing-off the Champion go
Jeff and Lynn, to Kroeslg :: MONTH
home and let Indian breezebe The station, which I will be open '
VENETIAN sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.Joseph
until ,m. dally, will Why schoosA teacher in
my cooling plant. Too I shall from noon p r
e of Ankona
BLINDSTraso Worthington Ststu
be maintained there through BLAIR and BAKER
be glad to get back '
among my NOT' .tick to
beach were dally occur- o\:
I' parties '
a" Manufacturing Co. ence Leaving Sunday for a visit good neighbor on the Drive." Aug 21.flying I OU Dhto HI.W.. Ptaw aloe text they teach? Ther1 Federal IligkvnSUBSCRi11. ,
r Mrs. Romanello here with
I In Miami before returning to -A .' -
BOX 1011 tORT
PIERCE their Robert ] ought the tome DRASTIC
their home In Jersey City, they young son Joseph equipment carried were
--.,-., ', f'' 1: made it known that they found had as guests July 21 Mr and two additional radio transmitter /'" J RULES'that would not let I -
Mrs, Robert Melton and Mr and and an auxiliary receiver This\ I "
In Touch
Keep them .
Mr. H. T Ebner Friday eve trip was to pas a test of air I :\. air opine :
: ning guests were Max Shalnfeldof ion* ALL{ THE'R OWN ,
I knowledge before the 'Canadian with '
Waterfront PropertiesAlong Eldred and Mr. Edgar De 'J:/>ush" expert. .,. j 1'/ torn/ WARPED and OUT to

Frlest of White City McCue Is the ion ot Mr and Martin County OF/ M
the Indian and 8t Lucle rivers and Hob Sound Mr, and Mr. Arthur Johnston I Mr*. N. D. McCue of Chicago, ( 4each I.INE'they th'PERS'NAI. ought to [ THE STUART
Ocean From."o came over from Orlando Saturday owns his own plane and land -I e ALONE One Year -
until Sunday evening with 'at Witham Field when visiting I ,. ( /NO VIEWS. -
hi* parent, Mr and Mr*. Ruben here Subscribe to The New I Two Years .J.II .

T Johnston. The visitors are The District 2 meeting ot the 6liOMBINEI tell th.', kids

I'I 1 ,....,.......... .... ,
planning a vacation trip tq the Veteran of Foreign War and Its year $3I .... tho It'. Mailed at theM pn
a North Carolina mountain for a Auxiliary win be held in the VFW I -.J scant w- they II WRE !
I II If ill couple of weeks and to Grand home on Causeway Drive Saturday 2. years ....,...... ..._$5 can do WITHOUT -te.ch. anywhere in the
,, R'vR' a z Rapids, Mich, to visit their ion and Sunday All member e er'S ,
I I 04 and wife, Mr and Mr*. Sherrard are Invited. PERS'NALLAN, T --------
y ;ns ; Johnston, and get acquainted Folk send the'r Off-spring .
with their new grandchild f HOME off to schol to learn to read
A Much building and remodeling BUILDING and write, and not to 'ar SOME PARTY'S
TOOL knock
f t of home and apartment 1 II under INKS See teachin'. out of .ihtl 7' ,s" I MoRR

way in Jensen Beach. Among When kids home
HIGBEE & com. and ar' distraught, by what OLAMOeOU9
j ,,1 them la an extensive I! Interior'remodeling teacher said about SUBJECt some

f fI .N'a 4.wti ,i cottage and ot apartment the Pltchford These WORTHAM' 'why ar' SO parents SMART SEE BRIGHT REDI THAT'S If te.chen NOT think TAUGHT they, I flEW FOil Ct.ORV puLL

I : Improvement incorporate thenewest lit tpxta they NEED NOT LOOK, why let LIFELESS'HAIR j"
General them
material, convenience REDI MIX2ONCRET Contractingand from tb' DEPART and l WRITE' A BETTRWebprdway '
and equipment. In showing Repair BOOK I .C/I "\ t.
work being done Herb Pltchford P. O. Box 832 Little

laid, "the exterior of these cottages V?, One Block West Palm .
I It do not represent architectural REINFORCINGSTEE City Bridge On Th. / Beauty She

t beauty but Inside we .. '
have tried to meet the problem Ri.ht._ _. ,,I Ile a AKeoN A"

that when a fisherman cay to \ "-
his wife, 'I'm tired, let* go home,' -- -- --_
f I' It will mean Just that-home." BLOB COMPLETECteclrie FRANK CON C R tT'roundali :
and 'I
Robert McCue nephew of Arthur : Refrigera
Phillips of Edenlawn and tion. SERVICENe fyfotorsAUTHOIIZEO Side''
1. student at Rollins College, won STEEL, A. ALUMINUM Job ,Too Large Or Driveways *T
\ !-r headline when a*! co-pilot with Too Small DKALEa TO* Blocks! Bri
C. H. Smith they new their WINDOWS, /FORD AND File, SePIic.TaJkI:
.. "Doodlebug" a three-place Pip / 4, KOBE SOUND In Font

tl tlt = er super-cruiser powered by a MASON WHITETLAND ELECTRIC CO. IALII "'D'aUV:1: I Roof Repairing Everything ill CeICnUNTILE
single horsepower motor, into d- AND KITE
Z the Arctic circle When last P 'Day, Phone WRECKER SERVICE 811 I So. Colorado Are

beard from they were within one 1MENTPhone74S Nit. Phone BOOT sEpAWPHONE I ,Phone '141 and Leave

6 hour flying time from Siberia Pierce Hobe Sound 3271 I Message, 1.'l- DECKLE

11 Except emergency supplies for Fort l Stuart 347-J I. 9142JOB I Web E0B.111 I Phr
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Box 93''
forced !lamang Use only extra -- -- Stuart F1a.Quinn's _


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