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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: October 2, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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TOK ,TUAR.Jo'1ws\ ; STUART Martin County FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. t, 1M7 PRICE TEN _CENTS


tck of Sponsor Police Aid AMERICANS BACK FROM CAPTIVITY I
,

des Organization ,of School County Road Damage Set at 500OOO I




ety Patrol, Johnwick Says Week Tides 17 MAJOR_ WAYS'

County to Buy Golf Course ,
organization ot a schoolboy safety patrol sysfcrn at the Stuart ,

oil hu been held off tot lack of sponsorship and the W
Winds Cause
expectedof

alned the yesterdayhnwlrk City police., department, Principal Erwin F. Johnwick Signs Agreement with Club NEED REPAIRS,


laid such A systemd -- -- More ErosionDamage HENDRY SAYS

not be act op solaly asol An agreement between the County Commission!/ and the Martin *

function I Expense ts no MIAMI ROTARY County Golf and Country Club under which the tlub will op- I,
.
from the put weeks .._
Icrance; he said. but rather erate the count at Port Sewall for the general public was signedby ,
tides and excessive winds Federal
high Stats to Give AId,
the commissioners at their special meeting at the court house
need of i sponsor, such as a
CHIEF TO has been limited to additional I Help Her Also
Tuesday afternoon.
club and assistance by th* SPEAK Sought
without which the ehll- The action: was a culminatingstep erosion of coastlines, largely, reports
e '
naturally lose Interest In the commissions: act to placed as op!rator on 30 days from 'the county coastal County Road Superintendent :

i a system ne-d police HERE NEXT WEEKM. purchase the 100-acre course for notice communities Indicated here today A A, Hcndry, Jr, estimated '

ln|, Johnwick said In point- $20000 from Margaret Rltchl A resolution passed by the Tuesday that damage

out that While he was notn Rldsdale who represents the Ma- board requested the State Road The tlds, hate added at least from the recent hurricane

he a police flat ,denial he has of not support hadr G. Littman Reports on loney Estate. present owner of Department to Include In Its 1948 $1000 more damage to State to roads alone in Martin
Bar Association I County may excepd 600,000 ,
Road AlA through Jensen Beach,
presence at the school to Convention the acreage The county has construction budget a farm- to- This figure applies only to ,

i. Instead be said they -... paid her $2,000, will pay $3,000 market road from Indlantown to County Roid( Superintendent A. major county road,, he said. j

nlsed! only to aid at the 4th James t Keller, Jr, of Miami, more to close the deal and will West Palm Beach, such road to A. Hcndry.,Jr.. estimated and and does not include damage

railroad crossing! < governor of Rotary District pay the remaining $15000 by follow the most practicable route have made additional sections of to many small roads, to U. S

1IJIJIIIIIIIIJIIJIIIUlllillmllllllllili.pokesm'D 167.B, will be the guest speaker mortgage, It was explained by as det;rmlned by the SRO the oceanf'ront drive Impassable } and to Slate Roads 76 and

for Police Chief at the Stuart club noon meetIng Board Attorney Evans Crary. The board also approved of County Commissioner A. C. 81ms AlA In making his estimate Hen

r Baker Mid this triornlnc at Chisholm The (3,000 Is expected to be paid Road Superintendent A Hen- of Hob Sound felt no serious I
next Wednesday 'dry submitted to the County
I the "lack of cooperation'1 U Williams T. Van Attea eenter), pro, Glen C. Meyer (right}, dry, Jr.. advertising for bids for damage has been sustained(! fur- '
Commission Itemized list of
Keller was elected district within 10 or 15 days. he said an
uld be Interpreted M ln- and FFC Earl Hendrlcks, Jr, (standing) report to Lt,-Col. James building a community road west ther along Jupiter Island although : IT major roads In Martin County .
The calls for the
lily of the I department tolet governor at the annual, State O Holland ,(left) of Birmingham, Ala. at Army headquarters In I agreement ward out of Indlantown for more which he said now need repair, ,'
Rotary convention In Daytona club to file Income than 1 mile, and accepted the considerably more eros
golf a report on -
a request! by the school the Trieste area after their release from captivity In the handsof He also reported that a request!
Beach this summer where the and expenditures for operation 1947-48 tax roll. ion has occurred he said This
financial aid for school
a Yugoslavs. They were seized Sept. Zt In a disputed section to the State for aid In the Job
one Statewide district was and maintenance eivhJanuary Sitting as the Mosquito Con- :
condition also held true
patrol system. Thekfsman along !
etjr frontier between the resulted In reply I Monday from
on the new free territory of Trieste and a ,
broken
Into three with trol Board jt voted to buya
parts was
together a
said, "The departnt Sewall Point and In Stuart and
II J. R. Brennan, Federal Works
Yugoslavia. In foreground Is the soldiers
right mascot dog, ,
stands ready to give nnitlnf Keller will arrtw here Tuesday ment of work of the course quantity of equipment which
personal cooperationall and will attend a dinner Tiny,, which stayed with them during their five-day captivityand club. The club will. pay all re-1 reported ne-tded to further Port Sewall along the 8t Lucle Agency district englnerrln Jacksonville

meeting of the Stuart clubs came back with them. Involved and be the board efforts In the county River saying a large amount i
times at the schools and penses may 1
----- ........ .. ...... of equipment will be furnishedthis
committee chairmen at the I VVU1UB note reached W> IU il
to erganlse patrol
ure a
county, more will be forthcoming '
> year could not be altrl-, Seminole Inn In Indlantown at as 45 mil s an hour, V S Weath and several pieces of t

ed to that." Sponsorship 730; p. m. Tuesday NEW DRIVER'S 'Fire Prevention Week Finds COMMERCE BODY er, Observer John N Mann said, heavy machinery will be loaned. ';

a style body to Jive the An Impromptu ,report on the 1 but damage from.thefci has been| A request for, a direct grant ,
all financing necessary was American Bar Associations an- negligible, / T $250000 from the national
Protection I
cd nual convention. In Cleveland LICENSE SALES County t Increased ELECTION SETON A number,;of buildl grass U Martin County was J

last "e k was given by M, OLittman I L the rivers,I II have beeFf died' In a resolution passed

Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhat at the clubs meeting *Flre Prevention' Week"--of Th huge Investment in resort I losing portions of fouP4 3 commission after It heard I Iry'
\
patrol efforts aw being yesterday 1600 noon from Littman said SHOW INCREASEDeadlines 1947-Oct. I to S.:..finds Martin homes on Jupiter Island .Is now i OCTOBER 13 the tides. but.n* Ide .; report Copies of this
lawyers Stale
e are coming from the Key every I County In far better shape .to andonnvnt >t IIn will be sent to all Florid "
(In the nation attetided the protected by a volunteer depart
con
whlJi hu taken on the fight fire than two years ago. ed There h be igressmen urging their "best
onslbillty of handling the (Continued on ftff: Two) '-' I When the war ended there ment organized this year, backedby tlons of Jkftbelieved ? forts for calling a special session

out sone" signs In the) mid- Pass YesterdayFor were Just two fire-fighting units a big new pumper purchased French Calls Fpr Entire ,toby of Congress at which time

of t.hereet In front of the 2 ARE' APPOINTED Buying Varied i in the county*..at Stuart and from the War Assets Administration Membership To Join in th"re V I request for such an approprla.

school building Some of TO INCREASE SIZE Permits I Tropical Farms, Today there is and a smaller piece of Election tlon:%an be made"

older students also are as- OF SCHOOL BOARD some form of protection In or Navy Equipment Condition Accompanying each copy ,of
ng In Ielng'that lat grade Yesterday was "deadline day i near every community In the Indlantown receives protectionfrom Officers for 1948 will be nom- Holiday Highway* W", this resolution will be a copy o( ,

ilt cross the streets safely, Governor Millard Caldwell has for acquisition of an assorted i county. a unit of the EvergladesFire inated and elect'd at a general Wen asked by ACplmens., D. H ndry road damage report W

this /has been on an 1m- I appointed D. U Williams of Stuart series of new annual licenses Two years ago Martin County Control District based there. meeting of the'Chamber of Commerce Home, prestfent -of k*East I t and a, county map showing if '
the school! board member for for Commission authorized trrt Tropical; Farms Vblunteer Fin Highway two where each of
nptu baajj,... .principal as here Penalties tardy applicants at I p in. Monday, Oct the 17 listed roads
neW District\ and Mrs. Sarah may or will be Imposed Inmost creation of a county firefightIng Department, with some 32 members southbound'tour:, : -V4 Is located
unit Under direction of F W Lay, chief. is a local 13, at Stuart Clvk'Center, Tined of at'
ihnwlcks report was Issued 'Woods of Kobe Sound. member cases starting today. an up-to-the-minute Hendry report stated that
result of numerous parental I for new District 8, Superintendent County Judge Arthur R. Clonts County' Fire Supervisor A. A. unit formed about 9 years ago A nominating committee composed report on their proposed trips least 71 miles of road In rural
Hendry, a fire truck was made by residents of tM, district, who of T T. Oughterson, Cecil
ilrles regarding the lack of i Roscoe Rollins announced reported 2424 new driver's U- areas are In need of filling and
patrol system at the school this morning 1 They will censes sold by his office at closing from salvaged equipment. Man- secured a 500.gallon pumper, Johns and Ernest Lyons will grading 13 culverts art needed
ch they felt to be a neces- I take office at the next school tune last night Starting today ned by volunteers, with Arthur and whose services have been present its report and nominations : ISLAND ROAD and 25 bridges on ttvse roads

The small amount of neces- board meeting Tuesday, Oct 1 applicants either must paya Rowell acting as fire chief, this most effective In protecting thearea'i will be opn from the floor.I 1 are out. Many other miles of

equipment may !be offered These are dinterJm appointments $( tardiness fee In addition to equipment has put out innumerable homes and groves from Offices open Include the presidency '- road still are In need of propel

of charge Jotinwlck said, to make a full t-dlstrtct the regular fes or submit to a brush fires and has gone woods fires let and 2nd vice-presl.-i TO BE WIDENEDSRD clearance of storm.blown ruWblsh
to the aid of local units In Stu- Stuarts fire department
organized
f he said he understood oth- board. Both offices will "bj vacant driving test by a highway patrolman dencles, treasurer, corresponding He listed as the project
JLxt Coast schools have. red as well as the board post for Patrolman Warren L. art and nearby communities In 1923 has two modern secretary, and six directors.I I __ the Ocean Beach Road, Jensen
during without pieces of equipment topped by
Items without charge District 3, now held by Dr J. D. Button Is available for these emergency "Evry member of the Chamber / crossroads to U S. 1, Sewall 4
charge. an American La France Plans Improvements of
1948 at the court house on pumper should be present to take Point Road Britt Road,
i national safety organlsa Parker In and all three will tests Murphy
A Jensen Volunteer Fire Department 16 members and 15 associate Southernmost i
'
1. However, he added, If be open In trie primary election Thursday afternoons. has been created with members, and has been largely part In this important session, I 5 Miles Road Palm City Loop Road,

e was an expense Involved It next May Thereafter all termson 'The only expectations to penalties a pumper to control biases In instrumental in lowering UM/ fire said President Price french. : """- I Martin Highway, Fox Brown
Idn't be much and perhaps the 6.man school board will now, Judge Clonts said that area insurance rates In the town. "This Is a Martin County organization The State Road Departmentcrews Road City of Indlantown, Kansas

ht be borne by the Schoolrd be for 4, years will be, out-of.town applicants i and officers may be I will begin work to widenhe Ave.. Port Swall Road, Salerno

although no stand on this Three trustees from the five whoso let"*n are postmarked DFMOCRATIC SHIFT I chosen from any section of the Southernmost< 5 miles of Road, Hobe Sound Farm, \ '
nJon: has been taken by thed. districts will be elected Nov 4, before today The total sold I 1 LEGION CONSIDERS county" State Road A1A on Jupiter Island I II Road No. 13, City of Hobe Sound

The school itself, he said, 1947 (Continued/ On Page: Tavoj SPRING COUNTY FAIR After the election date will beset I as soon as the SRD crews, City of Salerno. City of Jensen
no fund for expense of this or- for a joint supper mee ingof : Beach and Jupiter Road. Re* ,
I personnel can be eomplefdJames ,
re, Discussion of plans for a county old and new offlo.rs, and the placement of bridges with 36-lib
iE i I Favors Radio Scores fair here next spring sponsored new officers will begin function I M. Watson, 4th Division culverts was suggested In several
Public.
engineer for the SRD in Fort I
In .
ing November Instances J
by Harold Johns Post 62, I Lauderdal*, informed Senator
ARTS.CUILD. Refreshments will be served
E at Insofar the
as damage tot
American Legion, marked theposts 'Evans Crary here yesterday \ .
Announcer Says the election sessionCORRECTION two State roads Is concernrB '
'
Advertising
meeting st headquarters The rock for the Improvement
i on East 5th St. Friday night I has been ordered, Watson told Hendry said he was Informed r

VIEWS PLAYGlenn Plans also were laid for formation Crary, and Work should be started the State dragline and rrew, an ,
of S 200 widely scattered persons In the United States here this end,
J A survey and '.. expected work \
of a drum bugle corps The News mistakenly rrpor with a week or two. The road
-- I by the National Association of Broadcasters showed people highly i, In the post and a report was ed Mr and Mrs. Peter Berkeyof I will be widened 3 fet on the start repair work where needed' : \

favorable to radio in general but considerably critical of Its advertislng given that steady Improvements Chicago to be the owners of weat side only and Is expected to in these stretches .

General a DeBerry Directs' Jack McCormack, agricultural announcer on Station 1 are being made In remodelingthe the Sunrlsj Inn last week, This I be finished before the winter --- --- --- --

Part Reading of WOBS in Miami, reported here Friday _,I headquarters building. Special item should have read Mr and I tourist season! gets well underway STAMP SALES INCREASE I

McConnack appeared hire as committees started work on, Mrs Andrew D. Berkey as owners The road will be left open I I Stamp sales for the nine i ) '
.
majority of the 30 I' guest speaker at the weekly noon per cent considered the'church school awards. The next meet- of the Inn. The News regrets for traffic during the job Crary months ending' Tuesday night at
persons
kcnt at the regular monthlyting meeting of the Kiwanls ClubattheWoman'xClub. es as doing "excellent" jobs 68 ,Ing will be Oct. 10. this. error said he was Informed, the Stuart Post Office totaled!

of the Fine Arts Guild Althoughhis the newspapers, 62 the schools $2460825, Postmaster R. W,
the Civic l Center last which he illustrated and 45 the local Governments Hartman laid yesterday The
night talk
The setup of radio 3 Homes.Are Under in RenewalOf figure an 843
' Part In reading sections'of with graphic slides extended present Way represents -pe|
.
organization next dramatic put the usual 'allotted time 20 programming 81 per ont ,ap- cent gain over the three quarUer "
iluctlon I minutes he gained rapt attention proved, McCormack noted, but report last year when stamp!
"Arsenic and Old .
e"ithr, :to be presented late next audlencj from which his unusually Included several large- mated the Interviewed lack of knowledge strongly on intl exactly ROBERT L HANNEGAN .{ Building, Activity in Snug Harborwinter sales at this office totaled U21' ; I

how, much radio time Is
Olenn DeBerry was proD guests. for the "
; unsponsored and paid by 23THE
> chairman and presented a The survey was made to determine station managements.. The majority Although the shortage 'and unabated high cost -building TIDES

from the play before paw how the radio Industry thought 15 per cent or materials have been strong drawbacks to development of the Snug will Include considerable

around ,scrips for further might Improve Itself and Its de- more was paid for while actually Harbor Corporation 120 acres her, some signs of renewed activity I landscaping Lippincott reported -. ,
ling by tolled results paralleled in, many and next spring and summer KI. ....4 10. ..... 'or t" I', L
' others present. The Instances a similar study made its little more than half. the now are apparent he expects sev'ral more of the W". ,.,. .... I', 0....... .
.
Written by Joseph Kessel- speaker stated. win- CuUm. flundul '1'1..... ,.. .....
The first of a proposed 20
wlU be by Fortune magazine in 1(39, World homes to be started Includinghis P.i.t' .d I ... .. ..I..... tur %I.
directed Mrs De thank
by McCormack said Among Its; The Industry can ig ter homes on the site east of St The third residence under construction own in the spring What ... I 1- 24 ..I..,.. r. 10.., c_p
T who expects to start cast- II for one item, McCormack ... A ,
Industry War Lucie Esta .. betweenEaAt 4th .IT p w H. mitakelLIt.
radio s .
In the Immediate principal results tM showed 01 Is for Karl Nibecker.president ,! landscaping work has been done
future said The Fortune survey J
found that the general St and the St. Lucia River' is out there was hard hit by the W. L. w:
hr!* Oulld meetings were sett Is grossly misinformed at that time 04 per cent of nearly flnlsh-d and two more of the Imperial Type //L.II, r Id. A.II. rOIL

week by President H. R ,I on public Its operating policy and the nation got most of its international -. are under way With Wells A M:tal Company 'in' Cicero 111, said recent, but a hurricane large percentage, Llpplneott of n.a: .... .,u ...n t"
lena. ...
The board of direct- news reports from newspapers a .3sat It." '
will I needs to be enlightened for the Llpplneott, president of corporation a suburb of Chicago Herbert thj trees, shrub and smaller 00'", .1111' II'" ....
of radio
job
meet at the court house industry future,welfare, the Because as contractor a home for Young Is contractor.' Here too plants are being resurrected and 0.1." 11.1. I'll .
.30 p. m. Wednesday and the Id porting- 'II>e watt progress Bavler Is within few Ooot. t .1iiii Ill, 6,39 V
reported. Robert N a the foundations floors have
speaker and more added. 0... a I"
utlve Is ids 7.43 9
an exact
committee win meethe : The survey also showed 91 percent "this percentage now days of completion All the exterior been laid and the walls now are A yacht basin for the corporation 0-% *
same place an hour later. i of the nations 130000000 reversal, he said. work has been done. Llp In the process of being raised was completed last April .1
finance third of those questionedwere
committee will meet 'A iHE\aiEITH\ R'
'day people have radios or workingsets critical of radio advertu- plneott ,.said, but miscellaneous The corporation purchased the with a channel 350 ft long and
David night) at I with Chalr- while only M per cent read Ing strongly with suggestions Interior work Is yet to .bs aecompllshed l land In January 1845 It includes 10 ft. wide to the Intracoastal
M. Marshall Theregular newspapers and 53 per cent read Bavler Is presidentof 4,400 ft. on the riverfront Waterway The basin -
compl.taeUmlnatlon measuresabout
t far as.urging
meeting of the Guild magasines. Asked which they going as NewRochelle IN.Y.) TrustCompany Far ... -- As 11'"W4"
the and all of th former airport
nearly *
bj Nov when E...... Men- i would prefer to retain it ..Ithernew.p.per' of IV McCormack 175 by 300 ft. with nearly! 3.4. IIU. .........
'" Jr eliminated said, adding later that be belleved there Corporation directors 30000 eu ,dl. of earth moved .quip boa at"k. rig,
will be radio were ---- ------ -
program or Include Llpplneott. Dr. Hollls T......_
a
this status which ls In tlpptncott! also Is contractorfor during Its construction No further
rman si,, 61 per cent of those Interviewed t. HOWARD MeGRATB (
'
second home :under E. Porter/ Christian J. Peterson, .14IVt.
in Britain never would a way development ot It will be #51
leflens vogue
said they.would pre- ,
selection It
announced .
Following the reslgnatiod. of for Dr. AellmW. McArthur sen Nlbecker Henry Dr made until 1 .1 1
be. reached here The survey more homes
,
cent : art 11
wan van committee 'chairmen* fer radio against 10 per McCon pre- showed 35 per cent would favor Postmaster General Smartness lor surgeon at ./8t. Lukes Hospital Arthur K. Mets hll-Og. : WIN:Llpplneott advised Eventually I :=: won '-::::
heads the ..
hmlttee, Mrs the, finance mack ferring said.Tta newspaper ad.less ,radio but only 10 pcf as chairman ef the Dtmoeratle In Chicago,.Located on two John P. Blair, Andrew D Berkeyand : he said slips and docks' .-.... toMt. ..1'..
f w A. LJpPinknit I intervkwed rated Mvt cent no advertising In newspapers National Committee. President lots north of Bavler home, Dr. Dr McArthur, and an adjoining club house will ........ It ,..
Mrs. Klsoswth Madiera .. .
! much preferred to all It also showed, he said Truman Indicated his approval McArthur'i residence! has the The initial development 'wool be constructed on it. Danly: a .1
eo-chalwea of the memberP programs of programs and that local new is underplayedbut of Sen. McGrath of Rhode foundations and floors Installed made by Qeorg.j Patterson who Chicago manufacturer; la president INcHU .,uN'ALL

committee,and pthen are other types cent considered the radio 60 per cent felt no radical Island as the new chairman.Haaaegaa and the walls an going up now. last fall finished work: on a guesthouse I of the yacht club. The 1"L. Sr11.1's.
ringer tt
[the.. ,publicity* Miss Edith. doing per an "excellent", as-t :Improvement! necessary In the ; said he was resigning A garage for the home was,finished although It still U incomplete basin was dug by ,the Arundel, t. JSit
Mra. ,J.. 8n ; ,
mujUcY
;
industry. \ because ef Ul health. \ Inside further work this "
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\\1 fr ; ( I: 41 Klckilter'applications Tuesday; office received night also repo.

I', It '" [. fj' Is t auto license tag reaervalkn fa
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"I ; Ni lit Hens clcud .( smoke tin high above New jnred New York skyline to ebscnrei by the ever the ,new they tags should be made M
; ''I :n.(., IJ York Hudson River waterfront a* the Grace mok" The tower ef the Empire State Bldr; De, 1. At least gt 40 on more m m>
; i. ,\ ,' AT Llne', Pier (7 eontlnuei t* burn 14 hours after (Center) can be Men behind the smoke The: petted before that time, g
I, li:1: t.: the start of the fire which spread to an adjoining fire did damage estimated at more than said,
!' (, 91,. 'I rJ pier. Fireboats, throw streams, of water S!.MO.MX. --
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Tallahassee Oct The
I';, v I! t ',,. Ch ice OfE ( /: ) (Continued From tagt One) present county School' Board (Continued From Page One)
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I I. \ f : claW during which Uttman ;aid members do not lose office ,If: marked a 13.-";per cent Increase
i TREE ; he particularly was Interested In I the new five-district arrangement -' over the number sold before'Lhe
.
I" p'1"" ,,' I discussions pn taxation law.andreal for former thredistrict deadline last year when 2,491 had
\ > counties should result In of
one
Two 1
Vegetabl estat probate and 'trustlaw. been purchased, Judge Clonts
: 1. :; ,', '. the present members not living. ,
noted. A grand total of more
'j';' i" Dessert in one of the first three districts.'
Among the most Interesting than 1,300 sold last
: I 'lii Irkf Hot Biscuits a d Butter Bete sessions he Attended Lit! :.man Attorney General! J. Tom Watson -, Indicates were about 500 delin-yearwhich
thus has given his opinionthat
; said. wa a debate on the Taft- i quent applications may be ex- rHe's
11\ ""f : $1.25' the Letdslatur did not Intend
j .' > Hartley Act In the: Cleveland In. writing the 1947 school: pected this .year, the Judge explained Got New
Witi',i' 1"1"'i''i SPE AL ;HILD'S PLATE \ Auditorium at which Robert. act to disturb any School Board ,
\I' !! Denham new general counsel) member In the occupancy of his: Vendors of alcoholiC beverageswere Life!
75c for the NLRB, and Lee Press- member required to have "secured
;tl'' office Any time a or i
".11 :,, man, chief counsel for the CIO, a candidate runs for the School their new licenses by last night Well give your ton
If 11 '-' were the opposing speakers. Oth- Board, however he must runfrom but 30 to 35 per ant of them fatigued tires I ,'ami
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', I." er prominent speakers that he believed to be It
the dls.rlct: In which he are delinquent wind" that'll mike a
JIt heard!! were Judge Fred Vlnson. live i was reported. County Tax Col-
like brand !
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'I Chief Justice of the U 8. Supreme lector L. C. Klckllters office reported
''Ii'I Court, who talked on the ot the ve.o actions, by Russia II only 42 license sold compared in, ;your old treat-bin'
situation abroad, Judge Orry and plan to move ahead regardless to 64 last year which would today, We'll renew en I
It Modern Phillips and the president of the of the future Soviet attitude indicate 24 more or, lest are *. jiff 1 :
''k Complete Canadian Bar AssociationUttman Phillips tald tardy it wa* said. Bale of these Reasonable Pries
reported the talk by Col. John Q. MacDonald, assistant license by the City of Stuart !
Phillips, who Is connected with program chairman! outlined Included at the deadline last Stuart Recap
the UN, was noteworthy for his I briefly for club members night/ six liquor, even beer and
: : statements that it has become 'the tentatively drawn 1947-48 wine and two beer only Starting I Service :
.1-1 H f WRECKER apparent that the UN plane to budget for which club approvalwas today delinquent I ar subject to J
: accomplish! something soon given The treasurer, reported action 'by State Inspectors who Chaton's Service Sally
whether or not the Russian, dele- a balance of $ 74.83 In the may visit here.Kickllter's 1 SO FED HIGHWAY tt.I1 1
". gation cooperates. The other club treasury aq! of Tuesday office reported 116j Pa... a.u _aK
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THE: STUART! MTTS, STCABT;'Martin County FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT, I, 1847 'AOl,
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lUNIOR LEGION TEAM William C. Barr,0.H.Tllton. S -- A LINE ON SPORTS FACES LSU THREAT SATURDAY IHI I

NQUETJOANNED S Cecil L! Johns Robinson Ben Edwin A Redding A Men., Jr:, SUFFER 28-0 2 IRC GRIDdGAMES -". -. ,.... -... .",, _. "" ': ? ', J1

I A banquet for members of the, nlnger, Forrest K. Ferguson, Erwin Grid f "( -.' I ,.1.:
Lnlor baseball team Sponsored F. Johnwlck, W, R. Mitchell!!; DEFEAT FRIDAYIN Tigers'Rosy Comeback "
fr this summer by Harold City Manager, L. B. Eurlt, John BILLEDINDIAN .
M. Law, Jr.. aU mcmoers 'I
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has Post n, American Legion, Stuart Sallflshers baseball team Hopes Get Rude Initial JoltBy "

lill\ be held 'at the Lighthouse all Martin County High School BELLE GLADE RIVER CONFERENCE i

I (:so p. ni Saturday, ; coaches, and all members of the 11 .. ED M-mnt.lt.;:;;; JR. ii
Legion hl Let
I Invited, ,guests include all 10 post. 1..11I. '
embers?of the team each of The boys on the team Include Rams SCOT In Every I'uo.Rau..0.111., .0 '.0 0 .AuM O.. A steady drizzle, a ,wcgy'field! and Belle Glade High School's i,

Ilium will be entitled to bring a'' Peter C. burr,Donald L.. Bowden Quarte.J'T.1S.O at "Maunaet.e t t ...... polished Golden Rams Jolted at least temporarily the Stuart
David R Callen, Billy S. Hard- ., ./ t t t rudely ,
est without charge either ,to .... .08. I -I I II
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I'nwelves or their guests O.h.Invlt.ed wick Lamar I U. Howard, Paul M. Tigers' rosy hopes for gridiron comeback; this year as the Rams I '
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at II a plate Include Isenhour Robert. L. Johns, Their spirits dampened< LAST FRIDAY, RESULTS. copped a one-sided decision last Friday night. A few hours before ;
s Bll tame! ID Hliurt t
ach Harris R. Lowery, Jr. As. Raymond O Mahcll, Harold BMiller but; undaunted, the Marti "1,,itm Vlll. K. O ....h."".. tM.lbonrrr the 1941 Tigers, considered big, alTt and experienced, were primedto 1
Uunt Coach Robert B. Petti\ Patlt,, John Paul S.Mlspel and,Oscar'Jamel Rob W. County High (school 1 Tiger II, OrUido B t. make this "their year' and some of the boys apparently were

fcebb Ordway;Mayor Phil Pence, inson and Charles H., Kemp and will Initiate their India: NEXT PRIDAY'1 GAMES In this mood all evening But. the Rams had other. Ideas for their : It
.Mayor W, It. Baker, Com- Tavaren .1 Cowl*
River Conference schedule Ir
.. opener.
Kermit Tucker,
[ilssloner/ Jack' L. Coleman, pr, Okeechobee at 8 tomorrow .M....1t,,.It.1 tlh..ehob.arua.wn. 14-h-.. i......... II." I Although they n vcr'mode a serious threat /to the Ram goal- 1!
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FERTILIZER: ONSUMPTION night (. .hfo.._ ........,. line the Tigers have about the brat 0pporunlty possible for a
RY PO The! Bureau of Inspection of Dally practices this wek wher torm, reversal this week end when< they Invade Okeechobee, The
the State the weather allowed have beer the' 1947Indian' River Conference six-touchdown drubbing In
Department of Agriculture CatfMi opened two weeks ago with a
WARTTSan. reportd'hls week that devoted to sharpening up the grid race will be In full Fort pierce and followed It up With a four-TD lacing In Titus-
42 tons of fertilizer\ materials teams line play and bettering swing this week end with two villa In view of Melbourne's 22-0 win over the Orlando B squad
Its of from thslngh
knowledge
plays
and 84.7 tons of mixed fertilize conference billed tomorrow than tie the intimation
-d ae MWe"Mberi.. \ wing formation This latter games with which Titusvlllg could get no better a ,
NC.M, tr hSSi s. waq..ddl were consumed u) Martin County category Coach, Charles Kindred night Eau Oallle will open 1C! either Melbourne I Is fearfully strong or Oke-cchobee Is beginningone !!

during August felt was Stuarts weakest 1U season hi i'lame,In Mel- of those seasons the alumni will look back \on with unhappy i I IT0. i .
point prior to the season opener bourne while Stuart will Invade feelings And the chances are, and the Tigers! hope It's the latter r )
in Belle Glade Friday night. No Okeechobee where both teams Couch Charlie Klndjvd will spend this week trying to. polishup i I '

OUR INITIAL/3ISPAY probable starting lineup change) will be seeking win No: 1. Mel. the weak points, particularly the blocking which was sluggish "

are contemplated from that bourn and Stuart rank as slight and sometimes nil, and the!; Tiles) < should be ready to put their. (
which fao-d Belle Glade for the
GARDEN POT ERYC first kIckoff. favorites. right foot forward tomorrow. night.t e 0 w 't' .,,
The Oolden Rams, with an The other two league members I'
zed C red Urns, Vases. T o-Toned Bird Baths. edge In experience and polish, will engage In nonconference The famed mahatma ef 'Dem Bums," Branch ;,' t

Sundials. Flow* Pots soundly trounced the Tigers In tiffs Tavares will play owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, will be the guest RiCkey'1 V
the first game for both teams the district dinner of the Kiwanis State convention DANIEL EDWARDS .
U the Log Cabin, f aim City Cocoa and Tltusvllle which opened Palm Beach Oct. 13. How limited the attendance fur
28-0 last Friday on the, winner'sfield
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of Georgia
'(First tJfn to right after crossing Bridge) The Rams scored In every the loop chase! with a win casion will be other than Kiawniann and their wives ha.n't [Edwards right end and.captain of the 1947 University receivers. Last ,' i I
football team, is one of the nation top pass year
] quarter and had rolled up an last Friday, will travel to Day-, been ascertained, but it certainly wilt be a gulden opportunity ':f
G F. BLAUVELT. lie grabbed 14
he ranked 8th In the country as a pass snafger
Imposing 15-0 lead by halftime, tona Beach for a clash will fear Martin County baseball fans to hear one of baseball most '
Four Rams shared In the scoring Eeaur-ezc High SchoolDODGERS \. famous and moot Important mm -it we can get Int! for in yards three of them for touchdown He II be leading 111j I'
Ilk Al with halfback Tom Williams ------- ; the Georgia eleven when It plays host to powerful ISU In AtheneSaturday l!
of afternoon. LSU, which won Us opener with Rite last :
,scoring a pair touchdowns! lethargic
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all so
know can
Action in a football game as we
fullback Alvin tethers scoring END week while Georgia was bowing to North Carolina' will be the Ii
of Ala
I next minute blindingly foot That upset
at times and the
,one and .bucking for an extra slight favorite. I'' : J
situationw \
of this
DO YOUKNOWWE point Roger Cunningham notchIng bama by Tulane Saturday Is the host example .It) ,
the fourth TD and quarter. SEASONHAVE 've seen In recent years." During 29 of the first half 30 minutesof I'
CLUB TO MEET MONDAYThe OFFICERS TOMEET
back J. T, Harrell rushing an play neither side came particularly close to paydirt After 29
lAVE I ll STOCK extra point. minutes a score of 0-0. Sixty seconds later, a score of 14-7 Martin County Rod and Martin County wildlife' officers -
The Tigers had one golden opportunity It happened this way: Alabama finally climaxed along drive Oun Club will hold a special Ralph Merritt and Ralph W.
ESTATE GasfcnJ Electric Ranges Immediately after the II-8 RECORD by scoring at the 29-minute maik Ed Price of Tulane fumbled meeting Monday at the It court was announcedesterda1 house at 8 Hartman Jr., went to Miami f I

ElectL tames onset, muffed it and the ensuing kickoff,then grabbed It up in the end tone and galloped p. m by President John N. Tuesday to join the State Conservation -*
GIBSON Ranges thereafter never got Inside the there ,,for the {
101 yards for a score, Forty seconds left. Tulane kicked off, the Mann. Chief topic to be discussed group
; Inthe
Hams 20-yard line. A Belle Unable to complete negotiations opening ot the dove season
and Tulane recovered on
Crimson Tide fumbled on the first play will be a proposed cut
CLARK ElectrilfVater Heaters Glade back fumbled Stuart's opining for a final game lost Sun- South Florida territory.
38.. seconds left. A Tulane back whipped a 28-yd. in the hunting seasons In the
A few
the Tide $
kickoff and guard Bert day, four of the Stuart Dodger Dade County early season opening A ,}
I Small Clements fell on It deep in Ram baseball team left Sunday mornIng pass on the first play, an end snagged it on the 10 and hauled two county because of the reportedscarcity each year attracts hundreds p ,
territory: but the Tigers lost the to attend the New York I Tide tacklers over the 0-yd line as the gun sounded the half end. of game of out-of-county sportsmen III

Apartment, Electr Washing Machines ball on downs without a substantial World Series Their principal That was Indeed a crowded minute! Bill stern'reported the SCHOOL'OPENS TOMORROW t necessitating reinforcements Ir f I
gain The Rams then aIm Is to watch Jackie Robinson, Governor of Minnesota, anxious to see the Gophers open their Lakeland Oct. J. With this for the local officers, 1t
RADIO anliELECTRICAPPLIANCKEPAIRING marched 70 yards only to give : Brooklyn first baseman who Is season against Washington U, misunderstood"where the game was formal/ opening exercises\to beheld was reported '
the pigskin over on downs on the I the first negro to perform In a to be played and was all ready to see It In,Seattle Saturday afternoon tomorrow morning, Florida
Tiger 10. On the next play left series Making the trip were when the .teams clashed In Minneapolis SO the Governor Southern College opened this registration for the autumn $', t
halfback Sam Whittle fumbled Manager Guy Davis Bubber make living' .. term is expected to reach 1800. t
v rent fishing We're thankful we don't have to a : week for Its 43rd year. Total
a bad pass from center on an'lit. Jackson, Ulysses' Cobb anil,'. from football prognostication. On a select JIlt of 25 games !last. I IA
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HUT\0\ is quite back of
cent which a ways
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Tucker who recovered for Stuart The Dodgers' finished their ;
lower? Your
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In the end sone was tackled season with a record of 11 wins those considered "expert Was A Enjoy .
there for a Ram ,safety and t and 8 defeat: These games-in- : :
RADIO and 'APMJANCE CO 2-0 lead. eluded four wins and one loss DOWNPOURS DAMAGE r. ; j

After an exchange of punts with West Palm Beach, 2-2 with Range of Rifle'Knowledge GAME BIRD CROPS From Oat
Others climaxed another Belle Daytona Beach 1-2 with Miami, IJ I
IF ITS ELECTRICAL yE DAVE IT Glade drive with a 10-yard scoot i, 1-1 with Fort Pierce 1-0 with k TALLAHASSEE, Oct 2.Hur J '
for the first touchdown and Har. Okeechobee) and Belle Glade and rlcane-brewed aownpours that ;
Phone 302 rell smashed through center for 0-1 with New Smyrna and Fells pelted South Florida for five [BARPrepared .
the extra point and a first quarter nrre, Hunting Need days have cost the area more r J
1202 Osceola Ave. I Stuart, Fla. lead of 8-0. A poor Tiger I Leonard topped the sit hurlers than half of its game bird crop, r
punt and a 30-yard Ram drive who worked for the Dodgers officials of the State Game and j
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Opposite aka nj I
was capped in the second period thiS summer with three victories I Hunters can beat the high Fresh Water Fish Commissionestimated !
when Roger Cunningham dashed without a loss The other five this week.
straight
price of meat this fall by Ben C,
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T yards for the second touchdown were Gilbert 2-1. Donaldson 3-2 l the Commission Director "' it
hooting only If they arn received
had
but the extra point attempt Jackson 2-2, Preston 1-2 and : what has Morgan declared he Tommy :
simple to perform wildlife '
way from
failed. Dunn Oat: The team outscored detailed reports'
been regarded as the mysteriousrite South Florida Ur *
I What To Do In Case of Another Williams tallied both second Ita opponents 123 to 97 of sighting In their rifle before counties officers In and seven that the turkey '
hall touchdowns: cutting thru they draw a bead on a bUck. and quail picture In the sector. TASTY DELIOJS SANDWICHES Ml i ,
enter: for 20 yards and a scoren the '
Lack of knowledge of rangeat : j
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the third period and shaking Oadd In the third period, the which a rifle Is sighted In, was "far from bright ng { "
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aft right tackle for 1 yards and nlthts best single gain rather than lack of accuracy Is WHEN TRA C SOUTH STOP f f', ,;
the final TD In the fourth quarter Lethers his brother Bill at a primary reason why hunters hunt takes careful aim fires tell i 11TOMM ,
HURRltANEi Lethers notched the extra guard and Carol MacDonald often miss game, according toan and then corrects the windage : ,
point on a buck In the third shown for the winners. Oadd, article In the current Issueof or elevation setting of his sights. 'S BAR HI
tania but failed' In the last Whittle Charles Titus and La-, Field and Stream. ,As the pictures show, a hunter
Fumbles marred the game asa mar Howard turned In superior' A rifle can be sighted In to can sight In his rifle with no 12 Miles Smh of Stuart ,
which reached games for Stuart. 'Sophomore' one range more than five shots, althoughthe | HoLe Sound I "
I steady rain permit aim at only hunter need On Fed. Highway 1 l'
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cloudburst; proportions in the right end Howard and Tifus dls- At any range other than that, (average may
ourth quarter fell from start to played)I keen, aggressivenesswhile for which the rift Is sighted In, several shots between each sight- !
IF YOUR HOME, IS EQUIPPED Inish As a result kicking was Gadd 'made the majorityf sight adjustment must be made adjustment.the hunter With then his rifle can sighted referto :
off on both sides, passing was ) Stuarts overland gains. 'Since this Is Impractical under in article '
WITH SUNDAY JALOUSIES, n'ffectlve and extra point at- A large number of Stuart fans actual hunting conditions, compensating a trajectory table the 11the number of '; : I IIi

JUST PUt| THE CLOSING empts were restricted to line 'followed. the. team for its clash allowances must benade Inches which which gives should be held over TONICHTjA1THI !
days, Statistics showed IS first esplte the wet wather and by. holding under or over his appears at ,
"CHAIN AND RELAX. owns for the Rams during the ere Joined on their side of the the tat This allowance I can or under If his sighting game In range I
other than ,
four for Stuart field by a large aggregation from be made only If 'the hunter
against/
game: 30-08 Spring
example a
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I YOU fiON'T HAVE JA- knows his sighting In range
and 183 yards from rushing for ''ahokee Including the Pahokee field cartridge firing a 180-graln
2 L SIES /BOARD UP WITH he Rams to 21 for Stuart In the band .which played In the ubtence In sighting in his rifle target, tM at 'bullet from a Model 70 sighted i
hunter should set up a
Irst half. ,Belle Olade completd \.- of the Tiger band. The at .200 yards should be held
ST UT BOARDS ALL EX- only one of four aerial at- atter.will make Its first show the range he1! expects to take out his in under 2 3-4 Inches at 100 yards. VICTORYABARSHELDCIN
the magazine points
POSlb AfEAS AND WINDOWS empt while Stuart completed ng in Okeechobee tomorrow In game series of posed pictures. 21-4 Inches at 150 yards, and
three out of 11 Including a 25' Ight Director Wendell' Waters Bedding a down his rifle on .a held ovei;' '1.2 ,.inches Rt 250 I
yard heave front Whittle to John announced Tuesday. I
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'\' I r.. ) Banquet Celebrates; BAPTIST CHILDIIENPROMOTED SUNtMY I British Girl furct'S.1 I niwlnator, (, YI'. -IIIw NUr'\eatWlKtW Arm)? the Air;'I TRAYLORS Mr and Mrs RETURN Samuel NORTH W.''Trayl- I MOVED ROBERT TO M. WASHINGTON BOOTH .TO DAUGHTER Till CHAIILEq BORN MON\ZARNIry\)

Mr. and Mr,.
'I I 'II"' Last Sunday was prouio'.Um Crimm' i .il ''i ,LI' 'plc!)!' School Jn1Mul'i1 or hell yesterday)' for their horn I Robert M. Booth,'seaman 1 Ic, have "announced Chart*
f iJ. : y/urcl/ Anniversary Of Class day at the B a prut Sunday\ <" ''t\ i "i." "" a member of In Allentown pa, after spending i USN, husband .of' Mrs R.: M.' daughter Monday(>) birth III

; School! when SOthildrrn rece\e'd i Will Be Need ihp< N ,,,i '! ii MI I Service during winter 10 days estate at supervising their Port Sewall repair :Booth of BOS South:, Federal, County Hospital hit at) 11 IoIa
fl certiricales" : admitting them tu I Uif ,1. .1"; ,: uiee" that fOR' a has their ; Highway, If 4 member of lien, cond child. The baby
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; ''I.i ;3rd. jmulvcrsary' ,or{ the; of[ Mn, riltman' ; to the pant advance to a higher department. :I of storm damage tp' prop- recently i granddaughter ot Bhcriii! 11,,
I Hcr'erSunday Ltcu r 'd' \ i I. the/ manage erty lb;r.. c..o.a' of trees and patrol Squadrdn.7 which Hancock. a''
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a.j. "--tshi l CIa-i 1 o( the Baptist$ prsldenU Mrs. John O'Day, Mrs. The (Superintendent\ L. C. Kick- reported and
I I' ft I in-} .vieh-Tliorpe Power shrubbery was |, competed a aeries of extended
1 tl11 i! c q In.aj. ,School, was celebrated Harvey Homier, Mrs Esftl: TU1- liter was In charge! of the pro- /0L.:' ( i h" in Nvrwlt 1\\, Various in- Blight water damage from leaksIn training flight In Alaska and JO11111111tIIm111u1111Ii1I i stittat '
I rtU4y! '! night\ with 11. rainbow\ man, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Mos- gram and \presented 10 adult the buIlding- .. '
workrs who poke briefly Tile 'riends ui'e\ invited; to attend tI" '" UII' .tl 1 M'linl.illans haw de- hat been transferred 16be Refresh Y
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I | 'CrepeKHH'I ley Herman Beltz being
Rev Phil Maxwell conducted the inavrtage lollc .. U'MM' a I t'l' ir coinliiS, : to AftieHcaHnvieviT ( ;. ARNOLD BAUERTO HOST Naval Air Station, WWdbey-:
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f ; sfifa'mfru: ''Of t rainbow\ only absentee: and to the class ceremony OFFICIALS }Out
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I,is If '"tiiturmoil' (the Issue 'bow br., member who are beginning anew i Others taking pail fc'ere Kus-!. Ing this "H U. ttv' service of t the < Mrs Nurse cam pit- I Arnold Baser '...aa host at d land' Wash :
1 'r' ; t i of official service to .,II,I'd+ i -i 1 Y i :KF i l1\nd !adopt- Operating trom'the Naval Air 1
hi r: t Jf0i> tint *ivjikititef* rhlitPh Sunday when j dinner at HerbleV Cafe Friday
,,\ : .*..tinM. balootw" floated (owf\ the church\, Mrs. Vivian Taylor, and chairman of enlargement Midi Jean M. \NWWC ot NorttW1r. I' rd;' ,In 1 e ii.n' \ 'ih.er:I,. havtnltIls- ..night I for thfjpastor and :scons Station at Kodlak the squadron >C
JjjJJirt\: I 'and floral al'rati Mrs yCressioerB Mrs. And; ; Mrs O C. Crews,e-) itiun l. will buciime! the brldwof )I""x.n I n, < .ill, :>,. I 'K-KS interests IAcut. I."of the Baptist church The flew familiarization flights i
.-- : '; t ''I, 1"'I"'I.'IH\d'S"rul\.A'd" i( ) luttahlret boor, Mr?. l t*nl lon department; Mrs. L. C.Klckliu Coi x" ,t I, 1r,11'11prl!, a ranl and corwiRea\ : Mrs., Msxwell--.Mra, Rents I was *, adUIt.t department, at Stuart. The pastor thw Kv'.I tu, '10'i i :.i.l J i 1"11, who will Joint board of the church was area 'and weather patrols'''SOD 'SH6FOUNTA
.\;.. J i; EMI !II i ntnrvd (guests: also tarried. also on this lists :1 Garland Edenlleld I ,;) chairman:: of Wilfred O. AldridRt-(\ will$(&&-; \ ,,-.al\ L\ a I Kit i W( matte their held at the church following the south of Kodiak.
,+r'': 'f.. I' ,," ': J 19t I :nw (dI'lI I\'I1tVP\ ,nvrtrt, i Others present were'' Mr. and younp people's .w'oak;' Mea 1 Cd: ate. An Irttortn&l! 'wedding, tf*t l 111'111, dinner. Attending were the Rev One task recently Completedby DRINKS
''q' I,: ;,fi. { w'i:' t i tannery ot the oreiuiizalloii{ : Ml.. Joe Brooks Mr. and Mrs.Eiil .! Burgess, l Intertnedi.tto department o-ntlon 'will be !hell at thO'n. Ii.TJnar .1 I T., ( C'C'iiluiul' : I fl IJt\UVeor Phil Maxwell, L. C. Klckliter Ed the but squadron futile search was an for extensive llv SANDWICH! & cOFFN
''t Ioi I, !tl! viiwd urn :h<;? eve; of the Hall. .Earl: Tlllman Marvin ; Mrs. Louise lla.Trtl: Jun home. 177 Cleveland,Ave.,//111, t'-iv' \V VII. alto, son ot Mrs. Burgess J. C. Anthony, Jr., Garland -'
I {"' .5t\" \' &J;:! | ,i y) nf the \group\ Into two I'I Rowell! William Heybocr I Mrs.Shir1'y .i lora: Mrs. j. P. Blakmli, I primary > fOuWtInl( ( t wedding! t .rI.I"M! '", h'. lOW of Edenfleld. Dr. i. D. Parker, Navy PETDutch en Harbor route, from INDIAN! FUiiiiiiiiiiiuLi
"I'" 'j *.'i I Puimatinn' of the, class'' Cook Mrs. John O'Day, ; Mr Wilson McChirfbe, MIllS Nurse 'will, be Stuart's Fii;a f rl,1s1! "d schools In Attorney John J, Moore and Fred miiiiiiiiiintmiiil .m,,,,
I : '1, I I'I''I I I lijfvrt! by riillMltig only,i Mrs Melhu MrCIunR, Mrs Carl: glnnris and\ Mrs. J. C Anthony second British war bj'de-><' She Val" I < 'u,) I t.iifl/ (' Kane'l Dental.
$I Hi, Bridges t Mrs. Helen Arnold and :I Jr., tradl': roll and nursery ritpnrtmont. -- "' ,, !
d who wt'tt': unending '1C)1| i arrived here Sept. 17u the day )In i --u.\r having! }
'I'i t ''';' I'' ,fees" I iv :Sriwiol# til UK-: (toe, Mre.j' Mrs. _.Grant. Lrck.., .. : ..---1 of the 4tormwlth her iwthcr, I ,!tit! tit 'Vls.t his PARA GRASS KILLED Your d1e
I r xQiii'i; v. O ritlman fu teacncriMMM I --- Mrs,' *lore 'fe!! Nurse They flew-r w-li.-.i.. "ud aateter. Mr. ahd I II Fort Lauderdale, Oct 2. m n
i. -'f ,q 'I'r ; k11 the nucleus nf six( mem-1 : front London Airport \byway Of I him ,;iir' v .J'vtiidichurst) of Rio.1 Broward county farmers have yearn
I : ; ',," ;\ ,iwrKKC to an 'iirollinfcnt 336 Members Is Goal of P-TA I Ireland and ,Lfibrndor < it lii-" Ito Is :;uibrnlc4:I ) 'with the Stuart ud 120,000 pounds of sodium
:." .;" 'j : ; ,' r'i 1/ Hh will rftmain us \tea<<'h-1, Guardia FKJa New ..York Ojty':' Dr-,;,' n.(nixitty{ a: fountain I !om Q1 chlorate this summer to kill
>. 6 ,,. '>.I/ the older group -after:. thef I Where, they were! Wet by Gr.",.-, ttJO''"'; Para; grass, obnoxious weeds and
f f r ,, /' ., /i'i ( ,...1lind Mrs. Phil Maxwell ;,' October Campaign Underway lund's aftitcC\ Mrs-/ Hdiry Stt-liv\ Ai'ti;o' n wctltfl-n\ trip the( bridal I other grasses on Irrigation ditch.
,' .: 'fl', '!'>" trill!! i it.kr; charge ot: the ije'V a etehuratrtrf, Rio! who has stpCjit ate i.i,I, a' >11;) rn t lIe: their home at banks, according to County'
"! I"'; \ t" ';.""> ii| ,, ..1./t &/" t '/,' }' Mi. Joe Moiley as master of1wixmonta The Karen light flashed this Blakeslee;; Mrs. Arthur nO'l\'ell.1 L t. After. a fo* stays'\ shopping\ --.'... -., ----------.
: f'v' \/, ( :: opened) the pro- week; for the nation's workers In Mrs. Herman Relu Jr., Mrs. A. In New York city they cam*' la'\ '
,!( ,, rum with!' the J //Via AND success 0C a 'ease sac
f It theme "Upward the annual membership campaign Stuart where alt sparttnent1had J '
L. Orlner; Mrs. C. A. Mail, Mrs.
I : J( ,I.., I;+' "i'iiwftu'/ \ a dlmsusipa of goals;; of all Parent-Teacher\ As- W. w; Megselt Jr., Mrs. O. C. t h'eah reserved for. them la the LCOIO ISM Per Aril
I. ) j' It :he coming Mrs. the National Con Stuart
year Flora sociations as Crews Mrs, J. F, Bozcutf. MIllS Drug: Company bundling! ;!,
I :a :;,' in DcBerry set October "Enlistment suss. intl. Ta.a.d HM 0.. w so Huge sastM OnInsured'
'i I.: I' 1\\ gave a rending and gress as Mrs. Ernest F. The young'couple, bWamepoRaged .
r Olney Euftt.
I :I. I {'I Mr Maxwell: led ln Month" The Florida, Congress I WHITE CPOSS H PRALWNa. SagsAccount '
t !group <;iiiKi[ i / Lyons Mrs. Earl Oarc. Mrs. A. during'his 15l11on1,1twr: Ms,,.,.. at.
I m"P| /n songs with Mr. Bill Heyfcuri offers blue ribbons to units enrolling of In England '
: p '..1',1, N. Schou'.en: Mrs. Ed O'Connor, duty : where b. 67"U Cease' ro..aa Se. P.e.nbvey, 51e. ,
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Ihi "' ;+ 1 I/ ..1the\ piano. Mr E. AI the total of last year's I Blade a distinguished record' ab
l t .,' \ ,'/ |>TTMS conducted a fun program' membership during the month of Mrs. Wilson McClure Mrs. Crrssie j -- -- -, ._ --- The frAffarnl E Stnvinini# and Loan .vies .
\ I, Bakr: Mrs. E. J. Oieen, Mrs. Corpora
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+1\\: Which Included :a radio October and gives honor roll
i \ quiz pro- lion--I insures individual accounts i tlLJf.OOO. ,
I I, a I ,, John N. Mann. Mrs D. S. Hud Husband ,
I t ; rnmi' and pinning on the doniKC.IN rating for 15-per cent Increaseby I JUST RECEIVED '
''I son Mrs. Carl Roth and Mis. and wife haVe total of llS.OOuVlly insure
may
: SUF'PY ASBES OS SHINGLES
\ p I I', H tall with humorous awards April 1. William ( '
I First Federal savings accounts are Btal invcstnifnll'or
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\ I I .1 (1\01 the winners.t Mrs. Marvin Rowell successful :
'_ $ I" $\r ; The} highlight of the cvemr.R campaign head for the past CHOIR Gtm n.KETS Phone ( Trust Funds, as well as Funds h ;I t ,1rq, b : .5-a, ,a spiritual message: "Rrln- two years, Is again in charge of The Presbyterian Choir Onllcl\ 'I l. Administrators and Executors. I
I t ;''r Rue Visions" by .he pastor, the'' the Stuart drive. She reported will hold the October bunlncKs .a
"! .. .' ':\. J Phil Maxwell. He emphas- today that 330 Is the goal for this and program meeting a'. 8 tonight ( 3551 Call or Writ
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t 7 !j ;" t te"jj i I the critical status of the'f" month. The required 15-per at the home of Mr" W. i t".x'
I 9'' pifM( period Jn which Christ cent increase-or 50 new memo Armor In Eldorado Heights.
'f"' : t U (iMilty l/i being challenged by I! ben-most be achieved by AprilIf FIRST ".FE"q L
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MEET MONDAY
III' : : I file various Ideologies of the the local association' maintains
: 1bj Palm ., tAINTS
Home Demonstration ;
1 ; City + r
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world today There are two classification of pre-
'''t. "' ; Club will meet af the ''sea/tt@ un HARDWARE, Savings and Loan &SSOCh ion
J..t- i\ 1, pftljosophle: he said ""that otIII' I I vious years. home of Mrs. Henry Crews ni V r +
a 5 t itching and Mother/ of srlvlng.11)r 1 Her staff of workers ''bcgan a a d 1 i fiID svF vF SASH DOORS
..a 1:30: p. m- Monday, It was announced r of Indian River> County
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a "i' .y ) Christian/ philosophy ot glv-i: house-to-house campaign this d PLASTER
yesterday.-
III' I fng must be demonstrated: fcy I 1' week and already have turned __ CEMENT VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
I I trC'( 1 Christian service to the world If j In 100 paid membershIps The Mr and Mrs. Noll Bishop hav '+ 1 hatu ,f. l"rte a, FLOORING 1612-20th Street / DialOTK. ) :
J. our \ of life Is 'i f t
'; way to raet the' membership fee Is 25 cents and returned from a two month's SIDING
I : I J 11 \ t'hiilleiiKe of today." the pastor fathers as well as mothers Are vacation In Chicago. On their 'a. W Sedf wkk, SecretaryTreasurerMember /
v A t i'i) concluded I i being urged to affiliate with the return trip they tpured the Fedenu. home Loan Bank alit
II i. ;I't' I a Del Mrs(corsages Marvin to H.the Rowell special pr'sent.I guests.:,I, organization.Campaign workers for th I Northeastern, and Mrs. George States Greene and visitedMr and Hobe Sound Lumber ''Supply -Co. Inc. Savings and Loan Insurance: Corp.

(I' I Mf DcBerry and Mrs O O .I,I various sections 01wn\: are Mr, and Mrs William Bonn In Current'dividend rate.

I ; j ; t.wopra M |! ''If Macon_Oa_ I ImUsogUest__Mrs, A. O. I.man.: Mrs:..C, D. Reading, Pa ,_. "
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NEWS STUART FLORIDA. TOMSDAYOCT., : ,
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lailsport Restaurant NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES to SAW ,

roaR CJi"Auck I

Just South of Frazier Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 The County Agent's ColumnBy ,

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FOR L M.. Johnson

REAL, HOME COCKED MEAL President Truman has designated except lemons on sour orange I CENTRAL MARKET
next week as National Fir stock either died ot went out of >

TRY\>UR DELICICfJS STEAKSOR prevention Week. production Blocks of tree? on

In his proclamation the Presi- sour oilingwere growing On,I 301 SOUTH AKRON AVE. a STUART, FLA. :
dent ask the cooperation of either\ side of the grove on Cleo. !

SEA FOB )S every citizen U1reVenLlnirea! / pa ra. Trees on.sour orange! "Where Rules"
and reducing the losses of life were worthless while those\ on Economy ;
tf JAM1N GODDRD, Prop. and property Wnlcn result from Cleopatra. bad developed Into
them. Last year fires In the
United Slates resulted In more normal size and showed evry ANNOUNCING/OUR BIG
than 10,000 death and .a prop- indication of being In good condition -
1 city loss of over |560,000.bOO. .
I 1I These facts ar> all the more ., .
I serious when we recall that Feed Costa\ represent about
NTEDtiuhlr about 90 per cent of our firesare onc-hulf o( alt costs In produc- FIRST ANNIV SARY SALE
caused by carelessness and
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an preventable ing eggs says F 8 Perry, assistant -

For 18 Tickets Not only should we be concerned \ )poultrymun with the State
because of the loss of life Agricultural Extension Service
CiArs and buildings, but also because From the fallowing figures the
ami Candy of the losses food
enormous of
iiiipoitjnce of maintaining high
products on the farm, In non- NOW UNDERWAYOctober
farm storage and In Industrial production! .U vlduilIf :
CoON 1 R WOMEN processing! plans which occur you are < as a result of fires While the Its many eggs a day us you have
world's food supply Is still critical hens, you are using about Ibs f
APPLY ATONcI IN PERSON such losses. are economic of feed to produce a dozes eggs. '
disasters One-half as many eggs as hens 1st thru. '4th
The first step In farm fire pre means around\ b'"i lbs of feed a
ventlon l, the.development of dozeiii\ while only one-Lhird'as
a fire consciousness and determInation many eggs till h-ns runs the feed
to work and live safely figure up \lo 8 I Ibs f' dozen< eggs,
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Be systematic and use a check- ,
IChisBblm's 1 list such as the one belqw and Plot" Ida Farm Hour; Broadcasts, ,.
then correct the hazard: Station WRUF Gainesville:
Do you have defective chimneys FrI.. Oct S-"Wlnter Feedingfor
?? Art your matches. kept In the Range Herd," Dr. W. G' l)
J, fireproof containers? Is there Kirk; Farm flash, TOur Many Customers .
danger In spontaneous combus- sat., Oct 4 -- tlfteen-mlnute:
Cafe'LATE ria
tion? Are proper precautions program at 12:30.
taken In the use and storage of Mon., Oct. 6 -- "Florida as a THANK
gasoline and kerosene? Are your Producer of Grass and Legume YOUe
stoves and furnaces properly Insulated /Seed," J.Lee Smith; rarmVlash-
? Do you misuse elec- Tues? Oct t. "Bom" New Is-
tricity and electric appliances? sectlcldes: Dr A.N. Tlssot; Farm
The easiest way to fight fire Question Box
[LUNCH Is to, prevent It from starting Wed, Od 8. Home Economics !: have appreciated your patronage ,
Is Note, talk by H Q Clayton, r
Next week a good time to -
check all of the above things \extension. director nd have enjoyed serving you. It is ''4I I
Thurs. Oct 9 Producing
and make changes and repairs -
wherever necessary and also to Quality Poultry and Egg," Clyde [our wish to please you and supply your .
make preparations to fight fire Prlggui, Farm Hash
If It should break. out --- 1 I 1 marketing needs with Quality Mer'I:

r Farmer planning to plant Palm City News, chandise at the .Lowest Possible Price. ; i
rye, oats or any small grain this '
fall for winter grazing will be
Interested to know that !If thJy
are participating In the soil con. NEW PASTOR !
servation program they will receive Joe Brooks and Family .1; t :
payments at the rate of $1
24 HCfJR'SERVICELyons' a bushel! as an Incentive for seed URESUMEnCHOCT.11 I II'
n not to exceed silo an aeN. or .
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fly'\ bushels of seed' an acre. '
I Imperial Restaurant Ranchmen having considerable
trouble with water' at this time .
I ANDiERVldE will be Interested in') this announcement ; {
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,. By, ANN,B..;, DAY '? :

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STATION ,Cleopatra mandarin roostockIs : the Kev /and Mrs, Wallace j
highly resistant or Immune to Stern arrived Monday to take
trlsteza disease,or quick decline, over the pastorate of f the Palm DELICIOUS, TENDER ;
kl7 So. Fed Highwl Stuart, Fla.IUR of citrus in South America, Dr. City Congregational Church CHUCK ROAST 2c I ALL MEAT STEW 65c /'
A. I, Camp' has reported to the Regular church services will begin Lb.. .... r'
State Plant,Board following a Oct. U at 11 a. m. All members --
recent Inspection trip to Con- and' friends tare urged to
cordia, Argentine Republic.As atL'nd.
a result of this Information The Ladies Aid mot Wednesday LEAN GR ND ,BEEF lb. 48cVEAL
demand for Cleopatra
DIM ,
I ROOM lot a covered dith lunt: loon
send. from Texas
particularly and to few fur their fall bazaar
citrus already Is heavy. "
growers minister the Rev. m + VEAL SHOULDER75dCiTLTSu
The new and
sale Growers are who asked may to have notify seed Dr.for Mrs\ Wallace' Stern were wel. : I "II"IIops' i

WilWyopen Station Camp at at the Lake Citrus Alfred Experiment,,or Arthur comed Rally: Day will b; observed at 1.1 ( [ 79c ROAST .. 52c ;

C. Brown, Commissioner the church next Sunday at 10:49a -
NECT- OCT. 9 State Plant Board, Gainesville In, There' will be special entertainment LAMB LAMB !
TUqpAY Dr. Camp, vlce-dlrctor tn by the children of SHOULDER 4 ( BREAST AND SHANK 35c j'
charge of the citrus station and the Sunday School, ..... u. ii'K
Under try Management one of Florida's outstanding Mrs. Henry Crews entertained
citrus authorities went to South Saturday In honor of her daughter FRESH PORK HOME MADE
America to observe progress of' Violet, who was ( year old. I
the State Plant Board's trbte/a Cam's! were played and refreshments SIDE MEAT 48c\ PORK SAUSAGE SSe
Investigation at Concordia. He served to Carolyn und Lb. .. Lb.
reports that investigations 'are Johnny Feinauer, Molly MeNCene -- ',In;
AN! JIMAS.it. well under way despite difficulties ) Joyce: *rancejand, Nor MEATY TABLE GRADE

much encountered an undertaking In establishing In a fort, man Mailery Crews,and, Karen Mary Lane and Judy Jerry, PORK ROAST u. .. 65cNUMAID OLEO Lb. .31 C
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.e sign' country.He Mary Rea and Violet Crews. Mrs, r r'llf
had noted indication of Simmy Lane.salsted>> Mrs. Crews :
Immunity among Individual Ip'eo'MIlI.
Luc/ie/ and Grill trees on previous trips '!'hig| Miss Addle Lea Moore bos returned ,
Bar, time he observed a 5-acre grove home after a three-month 8 tils1fJ'i
mandarin stock
on Cleopatra
vacation In Atlanta and Raleigh,
planted about nine years ago. N. C.,Vlaitingr friends and, relatives I '
RL B. DUGAN, Owner' When trlsteza swept the area ,
between 1940 and 1943 all citrus .
... .. -- --------,. Stanley O,Schoonmakee and
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Y; Ones tl home of Mr end Mrs. E. ;L. Hlf- GROCERY SPECIALS '
lfYtOro/ k LOS bee on Michigan Ave'Tuesday 'f
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evening.Bchoonmaker came Sa .
1 from New York since,the hurricane -
1b PETER PAN SU HARMPEANUT
to take care of. his property j
Irj) Jensen; BUTTER ; 29c I TO ATOES,2cana 29c
tQ tttit Mi and Mrs. Joy A. Kling of Lb.
Jensen/ ; Beach .were, Sunday .
guests at the home of V. V
Wertham;Jt, on Palmetto Way ,MAXWELL HOUSE fEE ''lbe ,45c
Mrs George Smith and Mrs. ,
0. ,B...cod well attended a home >

Our Mar ger Picked The Bargains ., Melbourne demonstration Friday club and meeting Saturday In. DIXIELYE2c.' SUPER MARVEL 15" ROLLS

T Knew You'd Like:: a*Mr their,and Mrs guests Sammy Sunday Lane,had her .... 19c I SUDS 29c I SHELF PAPER. 15c
sister Mia Ann Whittle, of West '
Palm Beach and mother; Mr*. I WHITE HOUSE
the t note the items you buy-thd Values you OZARK '
l h's A'Sur* Yhroujrhout prefer-the bargains yeatf y look for. And now in appreciation of your Martha The home Whittle drtnonstraJon of Salemo club SWEET POTATOES lOc, I: APPLE SAUCE 2 2ror 29c'to'

Fire Smash patronage, they presanBO moneysaving value* they know you want 'will moot at the home of Mrs. ,.
,you can stork yew )a ry to overloading ,Henry\ Crew*Monday at 2 p. m.
Hit.Don't Mrs. Sammy Lnne, \ U co-hostess :

You Mm It! Scores/ of f eep, Cut Prjcesj' ,VETERAN CONVICTED FACE F TISSUE 2 for.. 25c J'SARDINESICans f _...___.... 27 f '
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Tallahassee, Opt i. The > '
first veteran in Florida to''be x
convicted In a State'court for Phillips Tomato Juice :2 for '. a 15c
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Ask receivingservicemen
3 At I readjustment / -
Far'4- allowances unlawfully was -, '. ,, -
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alt Dayi'.j- IGG ( sentenced to four ,months In 'COMSTOCK ARCHER HOUSE17cfSPABHEni2 .: .
Color"3rd.
Oct. 2ttdita Page county fall and court,costs C Sentence
Price List!, suspended PIE APPLES.- ; ,2 ,aSc,
was on provision : i
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,that he pay court costs and ..... .._.m _____.. ,, r '
,*' restitution of 130 Carl 3 Smith, : \ 1
chairman ot the Florida Indus- "

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FOR RENT: Whirling type lawnmower EQLVnON OF LAST WEEKS!: PUZZUIi TO ARMY POST (llaaaOrd. 01.0 ...... U *ok' t Ohea.r 1t. 1\
ADVuRTIEM0Nf '

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I Henry Kindred Stuart hardware T I"'IIU''I'O: E: A. I p, 1540 1'.. T. 000lOTICItOOS I NOTICIt1II0"IC'll ;;i : ', : II.""

: Co Phone Id* If jl .* ihe BoutS. W FKKUY G1inderallnod : that ,
L A> An.(llai, Admlntatrawn; / tbe .
:1 i' Haaiuel t MuWrt fllaaaford of.. will .0.054 aoalnl. klda lor
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\\,1 : CR33IFID l [ illllliiimiliniimiii i l illinillllllil ; ACRO" .. kRtse I N 0 I N ... I IT" t. 'VitJiiitel bIos:. 5, fcofc.rt flla.ord, ( :d.eoon.4 ?. ..... .1 lht folrowloelOne 11Ai0ntIIO.osuh :

; 1 'SERVICES 0 'EREDlItIllIIttlllItllIttIIItIIl 05 + : .. It 1 T. sNAP. Oru ..' and II. A. U. It47 HI.. | ... lOdtS I A Jeraj ;: .
: oleOleol I : -104 .. 414 dOs. ..u_ .. f..llu. ..t r I
IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIrpened, ...,aojl. '''V''U.. OG IO.: I plesusaLRndost S. LEGAl, ,aovrsTlSEMENTZIOTICI -.... riakl.i" no eoat, heavy duty radla- .
LAWN MOWERS and I arllmalal P T SAN !! TO Ion radiator eeroaa, oM atralaantaara '
,111';' OF PLICATION Poll TAX warH. front and Back ....
repaired Spr A 4 for StuartCustomers yU ;nia ::U: : lrutu EAR P. BO ;, ...... 4...., and power takeoff 1 : I

I" Br mower In be. 'l'co.eonIu, u. 5.9en) with S M A I K s I..cc. E A Elea. HOUN ill N. 1tliOTIC1t .._hl, _...... .
; RATES)I'' *e PER WORD ORPIN. K II. c. ALIIO O.a III ... 111,5 posoosres.d.
MINIMUM S5c rOR 11 fore noon al,. well have it :t.r" H. 8Itb.lo.I. C N. I U R I 0 R" ClI!' 0H. II B 'tOt 015CM 011.1 ., ...... I ...n...... .,liad.. k.. ... .. ,... tInnt... t ,

i'V: ready te abc. lame same day Otd ':Dell dotty II.A T E... A I: R COlCotTlOa: M. Ii MAN u.. 11.105 .uSIs. .IrV t and %. aapaeltf. 14 aal- .., tI ....II" ',..
D Jn I FK WORD CAPITALS SOled said th..
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r"t.; FOR RENT ; : 14. Drunk tttop ... ,Peoo.notooo : II. II 'FIde Of 0. MnrtOv. ,(-.... ION'TWItI) f until 1t'llt" late. 57, kandlnavla. "..lIdln.navl .. ...
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Insiirancelhnl you need under to. Leobtu, come goort ::: Trout 15.5, 101. PoRT CA RNO 0,1,0S c..". 000015 c...'", 1'1..4.. .b;: ..: t.
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'j I H Law, I Theodore lichen III I Anlauto 50. Boa uuulu Ii, Booteatur t.hh.:: 000 Or.... T." II ILl, I. of AoIl.II.000nniln.boocn....M Control of Dietriet MoetIs. oa 0.. ..'.,- ..: :::" N :' : ..'.::

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ATUIe: : Wimton-Salem (N.C:) Journal fOr.I. M..4. I. .nth BISOIUTION rOB THE I'IJ otst ,'.n'' '
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g e s you a free tletnonxtrationjof ;" II. 1I'.chan'' lost Shots 10 1050 "IUltU 4.1 OF DIVIDING' MARTIN COUNTFIVE 510 ,
1 MINTS! I the 1 aa 4I f atJ Ii. En ="'" tot'J and Sentinel has been appointed loot, oboe COUNTY BOARD MtMl ESI. I. Tbslgisysp.hOib'd of ........
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FLORIDA tJI; 11.01'4 111)0) 0010.00455 dSr .. 'ora III .,
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Dee..ral Jullt mower. Oil* high gram I / jf; tiol.cieoa0 NATO THE NUMBERS THER F.W .' ,1.to",,, .
Newly Fqulpprd '
and loulh weeds., Bess Hard- I be Assistant Secretary of Co.rt lleall'; V.CO.'S .h'4 In 11.1. ntr" nob.
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4 I.artm.nl) I. \ the 501050!!: thOP' 052nd. "0.'ur.l, iswi '"'' .....
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CI U no. OniltinpenuaT During .f treats\ Cooirt uS 11..11. 0. 00, .. .
Phone 38 If .
lOW 1m RATES: war 1.0.. .1'' 0041. ..... _II. 14. *b
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( BOOK.-Nationalnyn. until 1945. ?
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trio fcj keeping II Wage and Traditional' taln. -'" TOEMIITVINENttON Shoed.. .r Psht5 I..,,,,,,. .0 tOo
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iiiiiiiiiimli IIII" illllll'lIlII lll ii j hour: \dlthholding tax and soc-1 i; 4 f4i E Wild animal '1''I" I.KOAL AnvBnnmcMKNf >>V ......1 Co....... (or ... "p.-. 05sonoIRn000 .1 0. PtIoN. !
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lal urn'I ity reports, II hen you i 44 ;J;,; :..s I" UmlcalIt HOT ICE TO OBOIST ? I it, COLlINS
FOR S LE i : : : 41 : : ttust4 !NOTICE' OF APPLICATION FOR TAX fiCTITIOUS NAMIt "' J"w I Countr $ J JFicinioui
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: have A or more employersSee 1 Wi, .urv.f.ln. DEEDS Not. IseolO, .1... ,5., t0O. ., THlrkICI'ORII: IT PLO.50.OI.VP'D .......... .. II" ...or ol,rill

.' 1111111111111I1111,11111111 11111I1111I11I11I1! ; .usfodav. Ask for these at i +1 lc 40 At < ,.... Rill N... .31 .,...1... ..._ I IS' .peetOlloll .1 Ctn: ",' ) lrIOlTaOIL"t'tON' bY TIJO 000t II Iw MA5TISCoUNTY 1: .nd lIon. .. taci ., .nt. lIned
j, : : the top RoTor,;: IH Iltiouny; (;otVcN. not '. tenS of PIAds, Ats I 1.10 l Pobtt.bt tlrth., "
J lOB SAlt: : 1JH H; t trai1f. 1 i the Sllut Ness office tf I ., 41. Select C. P. B. ('toSu. .. SoO.W ol T.. rc.'I. I.1..1.I" II e'nlslr'e, .4th thc ((5'cb. oJ.h. FIAS1OIOAII 1040

i ft. Good en nil, .". Inquire I --I S.i: fri p 15+ S 14 41. Ba',tee- .... N,. tOol nio.'d. 'h. 1n4 d., vi ('I.. .11 CoorS In and for Hnrlli I. TOoIMctt, uLlt.n, I 14.0.41410 "LBCAI, ADVEATISEIIDJ
1. Strike crb, 4.1do4 boll lie r '4.110 Csontc
DO 1O have J'Oe A. O m.. kee e.'tvl of p.o.0 -- ,
trouble with flM In .
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'iJ' Stuart Atitu ('a, ,. (.r"'r' your .. ... ... booty ,. I" tl'JHI '...... M..sb.n 00Il4o. I>,..tie.., toI "
r ) htns $.. I'" ::: : { \ od .npllnUothpiw tueto. at. of pol'" .t,.. of .Ihia) aetlar .. NOTICE OPtNTS'siotoN..
at laying Then 1 ..... Oh. .. to
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tt, Doruthy Hess jn-a-mln Stuart Feed I UtEoZe: ? tic.l. ......'.... 'ibr lluolnt, rtcrlkrdI LY( 'I' 'TRIAL RKSTAIRANTJ '1 borsIsofte ._(It. '15 OOrSI'Ol114'IT Netlco la I 50145, ]

t : / 1,'," _Ort_ t. _tlOUtAll. More Sf : fIO Illw' I ''*''''''' ,In ,>.. Cwincj of M.rllo. state HrltVIlK! 81AT1UN' "OARU' .Mon 5B.1.I d.v,lyn 'd ..t ,V" ': ff"J"JIrr :
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FOB SALE Trajle' u TRUSS ,, clastic Or ha.ln.f..ur ..,...1..1 .la" f .In. ..tI. ..III .' ...
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aim spare i irr 521 1 (II. Itiley.( knee ads, anklets, etc. JnP'1 anti I"O, TO. 40. It, rn'ts.nlx Cool, Ftnrtd.i that tka i torSion Inleiaal. .. ..oen.12aCob. C005te.ilk0O0., .' .

I'' '::r--: .-, En. 51. 8tuart. it'l Drug orp. __ ,_ too' .._ eeleuu.vs. 104 I., ,.id b..I.B...Lyona. an,Henry ft B''..F.....l"Sloe.''on.barton .1..1... II St .So Ihs 5b0P"' .t n Osoth. '. ..I p.1oo" I ,. .4. ,
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'"1 SPEM i SUPPORTS for WO-l Ilen' ........... at thu .Id peop.eoes.sOer .t there are no other .......... In_ C.. 45 Itt... t 'ni run 05.15 ,. .Iu. .uncis.; II .
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\ : : i log machines In. ..14. un.... I.'..... .AI InIt ." .*.* ". North 5'or r III. ''OS, .L..l'". ...... wh.. ... ", ,""Mtm. |
i .i.a.t: ;; men, belts Lurlla Dow-1 00 HaS'S tOrn.. rotone's S. 11:.., I. '"
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hruli nrr, 101 Orange Ave. Fort .. .n4 a' ....... or. 10 Oh. DOrIS.. I. B'.ar Mo. I fkMiip. .
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I Pier.. Phone. 197-M for ap- .r 'h. _...II'R h. .or"" 'nl'' JI.....
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1'<< J. I'. Raiktli.. Jensen ,'*thOiL polo lent. "BOMt-FlttS AND BOHFIRESTO d.bed th..I. 'ill ... solO pisp't to 1''". 00.1 0,5llundOO. .. I. ",.. 'lurlolo, 15.5. .. F15I E0045101'A.II" 1111' ", 141001
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I I DON I WAIT until it s too Ute I MOT MHT A FIf\ THt WIMP 00 'h. CornS M... e I. IS. ...uih, utNoss.Oore 'or sotuoc. N.cS.hsofth. ... .. .. ,t "I 10.1W!

,,'j. l IOK SALE;;: Piano. ser,
\ ;1 ease relinishrd like tiL. C I I I3W insu tme that you need under *. TOAM. you 'f4IIM1Ie/ ) HOTUIL ..... Oboe" Uti d., .t ............. G'0 ;IH KKAL FROI-fcRTt: '....'01 ..1. Oro. 5.51.. 1..10 0le 10'lb. LEGAL "ADVERTISEMEKr,
: A FlOE, VIHEKSWSItej |$ AnY I Utt. till' It..... ,..5. tIp 01 IIoA" I''nll'
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I ./ ___ __ ___ H the ew financial' responsibilIty C4>A.HCf.. Of nt IeRU0005' TO LeAVES I IOot, CooR 5..I, .F. ia Street Martiaee Columbia CoriMiralloa.. South Carol no ,h.:i elI. N... ....t .k... u.. IN THE COUNTYniof.it ami
.. .. MARTIN
iw Theodore Dehon doSo' R. poaaooy .bosSy elvee" notIon W. '" "'dl. .1. tOUNlr
: IOttSALE:1toue1rajh':: good t ) DisownsN.egp chA' Clena Cars ..I 'I _.1 aianer, labla far ipoeol .4.' Coootr ........... II.. STATE Or 1I,00tltAoase.rdsIo..lO '
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''i \ eonditon sleepS 4. but I O'tmldn. ,.' tbe Sarplua. Fro..... Ad of 1144I .1 M. ...." lb..ni run W..1slnr ) I Ii
las tf YH AN SMPS TMfT Th 4ASr'N" twos. D.C. I War ....... Admlnlalration a...Ia.) urtlueo ISonte ......4. "I'' ,
stove, $850.00. SrcTlionipson I ..rlfs IS'F .' ...1. .50. Cot .. .1 :t tyia. On t. a eortaln. ..... .... ,IMenat Inilnately Ore. II. 150 PolOt, .. pts.o at. C. ANTHONY(/ J .h.pl soInbn.tSlbOI. Pn.t sC (ho I 10. *w4
which
of land
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i iiiiiiiiluiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiWANTED .. It arivre
Sunrise Pr net's
II : 5 LEGAL LOVE ISEMENT ......oM ........ baa .beta declared, ear blood .Moells C....,. Ploesdo. NOTICE TO CUFDIlon
I Salerno i _'1; ,los h ly tha c;........... at Camp Mar.'I.e. .,1.. 110 so .h. 1.41. III.. ...4 All ertdtora 'In, Kutoal I
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M.raln C..n.. .'IocIds.. AII It.. 500 .1' ,
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i t. IlllllililllilllllllllliliiilitiiiiiiiiiiiiniiWAVftD I -. !NOTICE' OF ''''':.':..1.nON. FOR fAX O'er Iofteo.t000 ..noco.Ing. 'h. ..- II "i. =::" fled-nIl rwiim1" .I I.' .. aFiKht !.

r I 1 RIIMOIUrU: COM) (.IIFTFtruction : a.i. rurnlshed apartment --wrrnsso J (Senate 'Bill I ..lsu) hold prlorllk Intareat. and and the eubmllllnt method til offer..errtelaa will. COO OAIIU MRMBEIS!!: 0101.aEsca : .nldloI. II, ,,00, ", 1,1,1:1

Storm' \ er in, or mall house year round I NOTICE: Id HKRtf" 0100:0.: "05. ke ava,(able' on' and after October Land I. S ICT.NtA.. I 10 ....rlbed : .,: :

I *; ; fireproof leaknrtmf roof. 4I re tent Phone 14 after 7\ 90 NOT DRY CLOTH I HO Jeaee Andaraoab nod I-no A......." loll eon,' at of tha CottonS office of, Tbe looatad Fvderat.. SIll Ib ...... lto.c'.S 1114 III : lpmlt K ... .
.., Tln .. date of th i 14101014 tnotlea.
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a otto a Idere of c.-.II'I< 0.It South Carolina on. 0' .r 111. 15.141 tsstCu. n I
I wall*. Will build for youat p h tf TOO CLOSE TO THE I...cdo 5. I. day! 'Au,"., A. lto..t.. Office Rtreet.houra Columbia are ':JC .. ... too ., II.. Odd. I. Otact. PanS ala n ,I kt.l .e
: I cost Stock on hand Sfl| STOVE ..... ov.. lUnd ..m. or u100.u I Ito. .. Monday tkniuah Friday. O'b.r thor. "so Bontucte'. ...... la wrllina and inn laU 0,5
WA I ED:: ir-t. ; lo ... nuI.. .. iilO p m ,, .. ... ., ,rrtidrnre and pOll ff. ail .
I It'I tanks Hiring > upttrntluu a ton don PRIORITIES' Tk. I"... .kI ..,...., lalubjrel It th. ISo 01. 1.\0
tanks
water water fen
or Appliance 5, Sb,,,.,. ,. the ,JoHowtne prlurltlm latha III, lb.,. 'onobring. .14 .h_ claimant and aiu.t hi >at ti Malnlmant
repairing
1 bird bath bemli. en Prompt boo:: Ohu hAI..lc:,: ; Irr : I order.. to .Indicated. 111 0.... _., In ..uthet. I".U.. I. 0 ",,1.1tb ; tie aic nl k IIt
f I I and nd ire. reasonable prices. In Ct.uOIe cC ....... (II R-wn.U-urttc.il, F nni.ee oh N. ...... bouodoor on. will become void i 0005'"It.
; stepping utonpif niff
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ii 117 day or night ('loris.t Ida.00.11 Corporation for nanle to email hue!. 05 ,,... A ,onin P.r5.oll, This Had dooeofe'a'nlo: II
Crete work .VYenneshrimi.'* Jne the arevtiiane ., .. ed 00. 0O ."It It.co'lIru. .Inlr05lu 1 I V AMH N
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Electric tOo i'u t. lIIo'b 5. use.a on. .h te .. la Admlnlalrn rr at ole bneal
0 i \ Port Sewall, Stuart Pint fm I Shop, Stuart o .... I4K. Fublle Law III IKtk Can Oh of 0. 8. ...10 "
p tf as .t a.. 0,00 0 uS ItR 0 0CoI.oIOWsCSH ......... June II II4T. and al' OlIn( (5000. .0 .sot0.esoSniIr gII025TKOIJI.4.rs.O
11 flee Sept. %J. 011 2. 9 1 II t.pt' .1 Nor' I Oft"J T"T.
r State end .local jo.e.. ... .... CHKIRK 'h. Or 4. .r '
.! -- --- coo. P It ('a. .....".. 5/05, 1 PfRlOO, Tbe I j.. for ....... nKlorltlaa > .c.noAn.s on.uI..odnd.nd At urney for A,lailn Mtratnl1 _
{t \ fOR Ml; : C'up per bottom steanl w ITED-Registered nurse for' ILY'RAGFSCAUSI 00.. R.c, dl/.a. and aubailttlnl all_ ahaU .n0 .10".. 0 polo. nh.r. PUh. Bept Si Oct 0, 0.0.104. [

S lady job Send application ..... of Va I 1141 dare eomoieee. I NsrOh.rly' I' r .rr.,.... b.. AOVERTISEMEIffT
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table t Sect 'an be operated Th. at 'h .Id p'etrnod. '. ..,...... 1. s,1500.lnrI, di.SI LEUAL
October $. 1>41 .d eadlaa oaOctober
', : bp las or rlet Iru Itv Kf ill boy.I .' |lh references to P. O. Box ... Sn ...4 ...(IIk-... .ed Inoh. kit' ea. II. HIT. If thla laaacaold" n- ... ...1. 10, .o.5 '110. ..../. IN THE COUNTY JUDCE1 OOj|
: noon 0,0 111..h. lloo, os ,. .SUWMI.S Natthon..
i. Stuart Sept 23 Oct t ,..'... la not acquired by any of 5.nbe..lt.teS
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I LIteeBlkery. priority, heldera ,...u... teaatrcla I. Ontttb.rt' .tlcnltnts .Iorg
I I#\ V MED: :: Man or .. iijii; U CARIFUU net n siLos. Unteia. said ...un.... 1 .n coo of priority wlthla the 11-1., '. ,.,..U.. 011 .Hisho.e Olu' 00,403
:) lOB SAlE;; lied pr war bathtub rena4 ....nlln. to .law. i ,c '....., priority narlod. the ..... will ae term, LAo ..,,,I.."....... or I........ IN THK BATTrH l mKBKTATK I
ntable appearance for door J.O'AlINf, TOO NtAKA6rovt ......!be4 ... 1 ,...
1 i 143 Alx" m min. machine. SILT tharain .IU. 'IA' 0 Inaled br aatraament with the .boor. .but 4o h... so 0 .._ 1Ib.4In OF lUWAKD sOIL II
::1 door work In conjunction 1 S ortiNe CMC H fM Siob..i alddrr at the too,Ian ", 4... B. O. Uurch Vic .....I..n.. Frderal. I 'h. It.._ Oro 'h.... coo PA1LK.P li-u.S
I I {'\ $I. Palm ('ity LOll Cabin, first lith National Hume Mull FBOM Wl ft tbe tOsS Monilar .In 0 LNyvaaibar oil. .1 ,...at II....... Corpora.Ion. .nllhOts.Ioctr ..Ios. onstsp lion NOTICE TO cnoIToo
.,'1'1', turn to right after crossing. Improve. oq lOll whicb la IIMu.an.bar 'i doe.I Pub." Or'I.. 1I4T at sold' 0.1es. Mont Potsi 54005Is. Tel ALL PI'Io.'lIoNt 01115t1 tll
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lent Service Salary and Com I AKS. TAIL I TO\ HOTCf W* HTHi ..... lot.rlrl,. 0.)... .11.. tIlt 010000104 4t151115'T THIST1'

'1\\ )I, ..-!biltlge: 6. I":.. Klanvelt I It Mission. Splendid Opportunity J CUTMlrtf Odd M6UHTo IUJ.fct Oh.. lath dar' of ''t.'u.looe. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: of ...... &slo'o 0.4, N.Ih.. n w. .,0....conDOctI.cle al' Vnou.I.urb lUWARI HAI', 11510,0,

I i (OK SAt E: tire extinKuiuhen ('all 2446 Vero Beach or write I ) sconceCUftTAINt NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR T ..... 0usd No .S tv I ,*Ion ....... fM tkat rei ,.,' I NItS
I I tHOULD: NCVI* Coon Oral) I DEED ..... "lytonn.oIn. U. .. .h.., N. file and ..00u4.r.IIhe'f-t
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; ; 8(100( See John Mann ( lox *77. U 'It: PI.
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_ I fSeaata BUI No. U3> 0,0500 rsntl.ctb u oboso.llos.tl. boo
: Iii : Fire Drpt Phone 199. |NTED: Golf. equipment and nasa HEAR A 19VC C" Cireb.I'tocatn CI..it. CoonS of M. C.....". NOTICE: ID HUtEBY LIVEN T .. at 0101. IIo.d 0. 00 bOo too.). .4 Ildoord 11,11 UtIb N'
f'pe.Rainfall, Ski? OILY YAoS IMMtlAL CA8A LUMUKR COMPANY JNCPierian tho CIO, 01 OIo.oA ., h. ..Ir.4 hi the ofrlee of ii itt")0
'ii.'r, Pit t, 9. 18HK niture for club house Cont OCT. :': N. D.e.Lr.GAL Corporalloa, kolder I of Tel > Scorn so "CoIn",4. A. ,n" in Rb."sIn Martla County Fllnart Is II. 0Ho
CAMS/ .Pet. U. 0 1. 5 :
Martin County Golf and < 1 ad coIns lOon. SOIl 1771 end I77, .. II.. ., '1M Florid. 01 CnsoOk.lh.nro ,. 00 $ 1 II '140, 41 '
I ; 't 1 ; ) SAt;: roHagf. and lots: ,004111n1.4 .., of A...., '". D. ,0.I. ....... run N. .snlcte lot valin, .no.lt' .0 0.
\ I'unlry' ub.- tf I ADYEIITISI : = .. lIIed Iso.udo I. ., .rn.. .., .. .0.5. 'ho On at the. ,oJa..1.0CuoM h. flrat jblkatlo,, ..l'., olc
Another _
new cottage for tale ;
iplleattoa for a tai dead .. a.II..., 15 nba 5... w StoseOf .wrl0100 or 4by ." I cIlSU
I at "(lab lane Macjr' With '' TEl): Good homMTor 10' 4 REPRESENT. COUNTY CoVNTY.HOTICIIIAJlTIII I...,.. thorns. Bald ..''In.... ..n.Sen. ...,..,... llmltationi of I I Gh 4
Ii e i kittens, part Persian who HighIn PLOt; ''Ato'TotDu .. .... fullowlna eraarlbad I ICountr prop. I. 4.so.d.000b. ,,, ', lltS'olo0010..ollrs"
furniture. IVfort, ,
I j ; von buy AT DISTRICT PARLEY NOTICE 50 ) ,nor. Itt lion of Ma",.. Slato of ,'elI.. COUIM' BOARD MEN R ItISI.DENeB .
I ? I, II Hhere you must! see this 5 [it to be. PLAYMATES, NOT Poee.ut tuanilo IOP.OY,. .lYE.0loam. ,.,.. "' IIISTIlICT 1'10.' 0 dot...""" eHlee addnaa of 'h, lsond. 8' '

i t', : ii late an this has U* quality el..e'l I: IYTH1NGS for the right SeptemberA Mrs George Smith and Mrs. Sn Lo... .of 1'1.."".. .to. 011. i Buck Lota: 1,I'.I,CASA:4. 0. TEHKACE I and 11 :to rmi ,5.o.., no 5.On.11: : $ &3 Ill Sr ** *ZSt\\

1 honest price I I1 I to meet p I ie*. Good permanent 0Ousi IIURPHY cy. 0 f.I.lii. the ., the I It .0 O..Osul.s, lb. N.rIh.. 1 la J
I k: 0 B. Cadwell of .,.. dr.rlbd. I..d ,in II rots pert .sroe1, POlO aoaordln> 1* :'
} i',4. term. You can now have :::: h' \n and proper care. MUST Palm City, Mrj COUNTV. I'I.rid.. plO .r,.. ,.. the NWe of KW4 aa .la .I' ..I. P10.Oonsto.ITlll5.a 01 11.(1. C...." u._ p I. 0 Dated ltd. 55th *" Aoe'ti
I' Jack Saunderson ..,. .... Oss'he.'lr" dle.ntlon sIng 'b We05" 1<
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1 own home built at Oak Lane It ;;UAKANTFED Available record rainfall total for recent of Salerno and .Sot n5 paSo....h bId ..1,l, r '114 It,.Sod .t Tha ........... of. Lot I. J PolO' .....d..' In. .t No.11. Co: C 54Oh. 1' MM JOlt flU

'" Manor\ at 'Rio to suit you I, 0 to those" who can aualimtact jfean was recorded hereIn Miss Ladle Inscoe, home demonstration ,lie Tru.,... al IS. orn.1 I t. lynuSt SIus arty wna la the aama of R". Do.'o.r.Thumon.uni..t.t&.sllI. .. B.'h' ..,........... .... MI4c. An Donrldllan) tr.'A'' $ .l ISO II
: F..d ... i iII 0,1.4 00,1,00. boo r..n Inst .10 05.Oslh of Fdward Hall H <
: Ir, rS I{ Will take mortgage-, for any Sc. Miss Alice Dehon. September U a Weather Observer agent represented as II, C.u'tb.to .Ied.. .b. ..In..t.iI I '"0 Ie U ln.., aald yrop.il/ ; ti tho b.o.dncr Iln.14.sld. 0 SIP'to SORT WIKTIHSWeat ,

I ; I other information for contract Ph 04.VAN' John JC Jann .'eI.ek. A M.. th rIllOn 4. nan..f1Dor..r. 0h0 Ssot5.s0 .s.n al 10.U. Palm M rk fTa. .jiAtlornri
Announced on 'I
1 A t f .j I Martin County at a' district NOVEMI4ItR. Ut?, ,..... of.. 0,0... naIl ..rtlt,..... I I.. t0'Isonud T...... I" dO 5.oh, Ion us ..rhir,14lIn0 I *ont
I, J work for you ef builder at ro BUY: : Urclric: ref rig.crat yesterday j" ight fall \ early training .1..1"",. ononnorns cond eOnS n..nidte Ie .I.... pe..oorb.so'ilod ".." 10.... cob. NodS It .... IS' Pub. Sept. IS < "ii

I J ,i' "Oak Lane. Minor," Stanley'EOakowsky < or C en ft capacity Tuesday brought the month meeting for county .... 000 It..l pod. oil a .....'erd C lh.e.ic .111 lie 4 0o oh, 500 __ .0 ....,... I. Top I01no
ADVERTlSEMUItjsfys
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'( council and home noep.selohrornh 1 hinb.,5 51,0.4' .5 15. 0n0 500 d.nc0O loath. *a. 00 Io.nt. 0 or LEGAL
I ,1. V, Wri Box t, Palm City Fla total to }$.16,. Inches highest demonstration ..t.ilng .Ie', .'.4. b'.I1""lob Ib.r.tu 555 51,1 11..4. Ia I aonth .0' rut Wn.l ..... ... Iforllo Sotsollbo4b.mE4o.p10ssofbs ,

4 1 '. : Septlg. Z5. Ort 2nd. Sept 25. Ski t, t since the early 1930s officers In Melbourne Friday and 11.10 'a .,.h.II 01 rJ ..'..I.... of No.raiber Nonnbea." :lId?1147, ohiO, !I. lcd! 4., .Ift... .. .. IN So

I '! j 1 bOB SALt-15! and <4 1 .p.T ItilhIthti l Illllllllrliimiiillllllllliiii I Rain fell here on 18 days of Saturday'. .Ih..r..rth..)....... .1 oIh aU.,1o sill Baud Ikli ltd day "ttcirayi < ''MI.itJ.o, :'!. 'r
the month 1.: COUNTY "SOARD EMBIR "s.foBolci SKSA SI(5 toTAT.
with 4.29 Inches Sept. K : U. j
; I Ii
.1 } air-cooled
lIOn engines Also MA HELP
/ WANTED During the first .. .
I 17 day Miss .I 1W50 0E5 nc ltgst CI. Cloult Co.n..c .ta ou.lr'. ItTRlI'T. $ 4 10 Os. N
Irrigation timer Motor being the heaviest single day :1:: : { ) .. folio...
I i( { pumps i IIIIIMIMI' 11.11I1111111111111"1111I111I111.. : Ethyl Holloway district home Sorts 4, 7,1.1,0,10000tbI0050n. ::*' ;'teal JAMES W FcoabIoAs.roc4l1s |
recording Th Cour )
single day all .
I ," : / To W ANn tilling station attend. which was recorded demonstration gent, lead a discussion I ...... 4 lois u.ope100n'Lo. Or T GUNS, D.C. "...... .. It 1M _tan 01.0 NOTICE TO CTEOITM2,
I ii FOR SALt':"While II\ last< "Fin., ant. I ly Stuart Service 51*. during the on the Pet t. I. It sod Old?. 11M 1o.U. oN at .... J1vrkIa Taa aad earb of ro. ar. rPAGE
climax of the background and Coa.l
recent hurricane Hall.ay BrMwa la tke WOO,
l tion 10 a II. flOorS II, 0nsoo.s
!I ,I Cypress and Gum" sheetml Iter Rein Phone 8141 topped the total for September purpose of the home demonstration AIIENIIF.D PtA o' PAlM CITY, LEGAL ADVERT ENT ; ...... run la a WeoleridlreeUon
Oct t .. lo ISO. bade "rIse. tkrlWeal
'I, I J,: '60.00 per thousand Str igl 194fl The month total was 7.91 program On the second 11_'4aPuO.i'171.10, T 1IP5Co,5u II It.c, '1. TICE OF EI.ECT OR 3C0000. ...... of tao Bt. Lualo an t.nn. tolBtatlaa
5 jl' ) edge, toungrd and groove l MlllllllllllFEMA I i I IIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIlTilMiTHELP Inches above September normal day a session<" held for thepurpose STEES AND NU 0 0? MILI.I I' t"f 1
,11) too U. Blo.1'081'' eAlvaso 1STRICT TAX TO LEVIeD P00 41 kaotl : .:
; .
% 1k Thoroughly dried !See! Arth WANTED and brought the year'o total so of actually training IttOo lob.' on .. II CIAL TAX SCBER 1. DJSTRICT dlnetloa. ..... tao W.. .... of

I 'O $ Dl'hon-lIrhon; Bid*. Phone liiiiiiiiini ': !::!:illllllllllllllllllMJ far above the 12-month totals leaders In both county council L..k : c50o,. ; LoS .r'I\ I : ONE WH WILl. COld. U... at. ....... Sine to. tke. Nortk
H..... G..... I' .E ALL OP TH LA 0? MAO. lion at sold SnObs II u.._ ono
I: :; ., ::1 Stuart, Flit, 5o HELP WA : t experienced for all of the past four years Ai and home demonstration' of. o.ouaL44, IN COUNTY FlJ IDA AS Of w.. .. .... NortheonI' At0.Ilon

wattresso; Apply In person. of Tuesday 56.81 inches have fices W.utbott'lW'' .fOWAu(5WOorlI.u JANUARY 154$ 4. 14.snblp .a _'h. .a...
j II. i < ( FOR SAI.F: hand shell and I II Rice HI' irant been ; : :..t,10 E0 i: rICa .. b.rcb' 0 IbM ISO coo.- 4, Kaalt ", ._ ... Sa.ik lo ....
I I i' dirt. E. B Smith Boa I Ii 514 South recorded here In 1847 Mann A social hour was enjoyed in ...... .1... nnpcSlnnllssrn, hh .1 a.4ooI lot.O.bot 1.00 .00)) 5. .Beutkwoet Cornea of _10. II
", Federal I iwsy. tf reported the evening with the Melbourne "hot 1, II......... I 5, II. 1547, tsr Townakl M ........ Raan 4t Xaali.
''J 1.O Stuart : '"; ego" 'a II.II.: .. d. ooort.tlea.r. ... .he of ...,iJ 0'S.. 40)) 700.5.on. I tk.aao, run Baal, to tba Soalkeaal
t If, I Sept 11, II. 25. Oct 2. W N1'tDf: ; i ion s houserienced --- delegation M hostesses .. : ,''N." o..Q..".. sgo.lsl T.. 0. 4.1 111.1,100 lIon. Coraar: of tWmloo. II. Towaakl* SI
qI J keeper Kefer- 3 STUART STUDENTS I 505" ) sn 55, 40.0.' .Ire '.' shirk .511, 'ann).. 1110 00.lIrd lootS ..... 41 teti thaaoa ,..
I'I, ConS t.a;, 'pttui 151 :: n .., Mrttn. sot,, rtonds so Nartb to u.. Bouthaaat 43eanor of
I FOR SALE: PraeUeall! newwo core furni 'd. Will sleep In/ JOIN FRATERNITIES HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER I ..O5 S .Ins. nOt I" T.... I. at8o..h. .1 4 'r I.... a 50cc 00 T_ ".1''" II Towaehlp l> South. Ranaa

f fi j ;1 burner ranfette 12000 C. or out,, B B, Stuart News. ATTENDING CONFERENCE .'.CO' 7B.sl., : Ill t... J on.r.I. II". 5.1 I.. n ..., ON... >.ua Lout lo ,Ik*
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Ih. ..
.tIo 0.1. at
;; ton lot OoooS..o t0csse at'' _II.. IL',
f.t .; Gardner, S mile north of] en- IfIIfLI' Three Stuartboyu were 'among Tallahassee Oct. J-Mtes Mary ,,.... 0. U. I ..4.II, 111.BT. ..\ .. .....' ........ hi" .o Ohas.nn T.\Uo us Onsli. .... It 01.1,
1. : sen Beach on Indian cccI more! than 850 University of II Ellen Manlon, honor economics LUCII' TOTES! B""TION Tru.h.1I ouno Iron. oon _,. th... .... If...... 00 th. OooS.n.S z';
fl. / J ; WANll for'Tidafountain Florida teacher S"bdl.I.1on port of IOW0 J I..... rk.t. for which. 0. ." 0.0,4 I Cn5,5, ., ....,. .4. ''I'..... I....
.I 'I"I." Drive or Box 294 Jensen I tll f" I : Fla 1. I pledged! to national l so- !'.ooL In Stuart "Is one of 40 ... ,." ou ., .1. eaurmlpf the .mlllen toaolkatea So .1.4 0,4 ..... 10 l o.. 5.olbso.4 g" ..... ., '
pay Male female Stuart ,. ., ADVL0TO'
ooole r. ..Id. .1.0 Too ...It.. ... _... .a ..... ..__ LEGAL
- s j : CHRISTMAS CARDS dIOIerI Drug Co. tf via iratermues in Gainesvilleduring uuu' nuuucvors wno met nero TB.USTIF copS THIS INTERNAL )M. A.hool p.torI.s 1//.._ 0- Pro. 0dii.. 41 Eaat taeaeo rah' hl.lb.-
I _ leapJaeal. ._ .
today lor hid 1.
the rush week a one.week conferenceon If ,5C lore Nertheaet. Corner .of Seeth la.
S them now with your nu.4e on. 1111111111111111111111 i l ] IlllIhillItiiiiillIhttNO home oTvurKUNDwriHi'"TATit aral VretrilFneelnclNe..... "'". ........... I. ..,.., Towa.kla> SI .Sovlh. ..... 41*Ea.tr_
economics rit.
; I.. Stuart Newt Office. 4 tfI I Thi year s number of pledges education (ClreoU Court'' .)" .' I TownS h0.HIM Jn.oln .lh.n.crsoln,51o05o0.lono.fslo: ,
: ,, ES like the over-all enrollment In The conference Is being held at Byt1, H TOHFROrAranl S I Baaek F 4lida. -. AHaatta Oahaar. tWaov. ma Monk
I AVOCADO TRErS: for 111I1111I1111I11I11111NOTICE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM the Florida State University Miss Truateae I. I FunJ. raelnetlNa... t Fire' Stall.f at Stuart, erly aloaa Rb. V/oel '. .' M tkewaleae
university Is the largest In pet IKIKOTHY '10... .
:
F1ERCB BO of tke' Alien' tie II... ta .
I' fallen cans! Graftedflmnter. Peo of Martin the Institution history The BunIon left Stuart yesterday 1'." Oetobor t.: 114)LEOAL ,_ Precinct. Vie.| Royal PalJ Gkeerobt. .North end of Jepkey lalaadi It...
'
; ': '' I bearing varieties, 12 curb, County to kn we have notbusiness Stuart trio Includes James Chap- and will help on the program : AOVEBTISEMENT>> -: ."...., 'la, < .galarao** ".*School Florida B.1 .,- run Nertk Waoteriy.liar. of...Jefferaoa a point Aroaua...... lb.la

I 4 :. Gel them at my houmdsy day. sold our elect al tore polka who pledged Kappa Sigma planning committee .. Pen .Bewail, wk.n ealendell. Oslo,.

I I I, Edwin A. )IHenninge ,, 217 any one. We still doing and John Priestman IN "HE county .JUDGE's couoi 0; rrwillat *e, ', t-E':1: .,.. X-. "" Oh. wetora M Sb. u. Loelo
and MUTIN
: : EvaruCrary 5 STY blTATE O.IN I .-. 01.Sbo', .... mn Woaterly aleaa
: Martin Road. electric contra Ing and Ap- Jr, wio pledged Delta 0.0 Ple lnat No.. i Old: Town HalL Palm, the' of Jeffmoa A.e.
BI.CARD T. I I TOrI ; I 'l..Q.
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I -, j IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFOR I 11111110 pliance Re;pal Phone 117 Tau Delta Kappa Sigma reported .IIUBL 1t0BE 0 "" On Pet' L Ha f I Imllaalowa City .Develot non. In Port aa aitoaded 5040l

''h'. .LJ RENTillllllllllillliiliiiilliliiiililiiiilillililll' day .r nigh ChristopherElectric the second highest pledge .... ..... at R or ..,. 7 mant Oatpany OfriorWa. : Ike aew Mertkorly eaUttae line 4o at a 1.88.bOat' ...wk.re A..

':' 'I Sn Shop art, Fla, class with 47 ....... of FlU.. .. so d-n.o.od ON rb.oI.I' Dit- ," .11.. ,,. ?. u$ M.,_ ,'Oonsolond.dMaO.lb..so4.44._..... would ,...._ ,

I I FOR KENT! Floor ssndl nsa"e tf ...... sO A. I .w.,.......... I Prxlaot ) .. | Warfleld Sekool ludk -line of U B. Mlebway No.lae I' taenoarua eeaaar

2S4 thin and edger.. Kkflnlsb. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiFOR' TO N.ALl..... to WHO S- "I .1.MAY.. 'h"COItiCERN I ha.,. I : OOsl flood. >1""lw"1' U Boulhorry atom U I.eeator BaeOf

t 4 your floors at reasonably rate. UPHOLSTERY WOkK: and Mattress SA .E 151.4" a. lImo .1 u su ....11I.., Ad- All eualtfM. eleelara. reeldlnt. ., wlUHn natO known B aa Hiabway tie Beleraa No. load to what)In tka I*,
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I Renovating\\ M kinds. iiiiiiiitiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiBUT e S Clau of 110..1 Dlatrlal. aad wko pay a lat oe feel orMreena Hanaoa Orant tkeaee..... .
77 0"0 101,, Stuart R.Hrt-...' 4. ,.. ..... It ..114" ] roperta: ) BoatkJJ.la.ly
tUarela ,
J 'p :' fd..U '; W. do first class work, pickup Tour tohlq rods at the 0100..4. ... .. 150 I use' 111,4. titled to,, In sold .hall bo aa ... Bead atonl la tke a oeMor petal. wWo Una el oslO

--- -.- and deliver (Phone Fort Ftyart Fsckry.f ou gel Manufactory ." pettlios t ..h....' 55.5 I will _' : :ttt.. lataraaeta Ue eealee Bae .. Bute aamo
itus.by Sonic Ie .h. B e hi. Aelk. II. CI..... > Board", laolme.troa. Rand. pta., It (aba. hnawa .
FOR RENT'.d bedroom> Pierce 775-J er write Route X. pritvV awra. g. g. rets. **- C.uott Jude. scIOn Coot.., 11510 M.nl.' eo....., Ftoriea... !Mleetewe Road 11 Ibawae' rna ae In the
Mason. Inquire box 1311 Btoturt. Box U9 Plejoe Mattress I .t morldu. so a ,4 .doi. at 1I.Ioer. L a. aou.poo >* *... afiaw a
Fort U Fe gbway. Sturi.Oct. I ly dtnoaUaa tke eaalor
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r A. D. 5001. 5 _I .._ ..4 ,ni ,. Beard M PaUla I Haelel ioadrSo. .
It Company' tf llooi 41"'a... .M.-m > II taha
.a.llla07 aONt,1lr.5uq Mania Coaatr, FhnJda, 7 aTtKa ttaTaaaau l M. I
( If 5bq 55e 14 paaaej) JjLnis I ''.,,1! Oeulor $0. ,.,. pa. |,, ,.4,., *fco ,leiat wkera. atiijf.talMajHa..V. .* ,






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""frHI ITt! ll.T NEWS, STUART) Martin County FLORIDA, THtRSDAY, OCT I, 1947 PAGE uvDfOCIAL

through 1947 and the seedlings- 'shows that In 20 year oneJUfirf-' J {:

NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART I were produced at the Florida owner cooperator planted 1,000 I 'ft I'R!r I

Forest Nursery; av 'e.IiIrok..n slash pine teedllTiga on one acre
down by counties It In Martin County
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MRS. LEACH TO ATTEND GEORGE: PETERS HOME DESIGNING [HJM ALTERATIONS, ,\
Home GARDEN!': MEET IN MONTREAL JOINS WSWN STAFF Tomato' Crop DlJrwN ADDITION

[ I Mrs Wlllaford R Leach, president AT BELLE GLADE, MECHAN AL DRAFTING .,

Demonstration.Notes" of the Stuart Garden Club Loss ARRY GLANCOFF
i May Top J
wll.repr..n\ the Florida Fed George Peters lIOn of Mr and
Mrs. George<< P. Hlronlmus, will At FtlCATt TBEENLCttfAIM! BUILDING -+ PHONE STUAKT SUs
eratlon of jOnrden Clubs at the
I go to Hello Glace tomorrow to 50 Per Cent ,
By MISS tVCIU INSCOE, national council meeting In '
join the staff of WSWN the new ----
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Montreal Oct. 14-W! The first

reminding liS that Fire meeting outside the continental! Seminole headed by Broadcasting I. Turn\ Watson Company, It 'Fort' pierce OvL 2. "JuHI t LIST yo Ro Apartments and Rental I
Prevention Week'ts Oct. 6-11 as United States will use the slogan what percentage of the tomato, llomea w us. ,k
Peters ,
to known hers tar his appearaIdr'pn -:
proclaimed by president Truman Hands Across the ;Border and crop In 8. Lutle county can be -
\ ) ac.:ordian and piano FULFORD
W the National Fire Protec- foster a good neighbor relationship programs and for his broadcasts salvaged Is ,anyone gutss;' I'

tion Association would like you throughout the programs, over station W1RA with which Manager M. E.:,Williams ot the .=?.>/ Ala :

to quit yourself on your fire-, Mrs Leach to visit left before Monday for Atlanta to he hall been associated for the Fort Pierce Stale Farm"n' Market BUYD a SELLING a RENTING

habits, | going on. past six months, stated In his) weik-cnd 1'11. I' ILHTY MANAGEMENT

Listen carefully and heed ,-.! Canada /(the opening meeting An, Aimy veteran, ho attendedthe port Ile P. O Box: No.4. forth
postponed
of the club was until
for your own saket "It will be at least 10 days 821 Colorado Avenue
University of Miami for J'/i
Do yod smoke In bed? More her return }Tears working towards a 'music before an accurate estimate can I'hone 317 I

than 100,000 fires art act very HOMECOMING LEADER degre Known locally is Pete be given,," the market manager Stuart, Florida )'

year. and many lose their Gainesville, Get, 3-L. K. Edwards Rironlmus, he ,came here two continued "Present report, indicate '

smokers lives because. they are careless Jr., of Irvine, past president years ago from st. Louis to Join .the' loss will range upwards -------.r- ;

Do .you keep matches out of:j of the University pf FlorIda his parent who' have ail extensive 'from M/) per cent. Pail of
Alumni I Association and ]of flowers which this will be offset as soMe growers .
reach of small children? Twenty-:] acreage) '
six thousand fires are set by prominent cattleman, will be they wholesnlo'to Northern markets are already preparing to re- :

) children playing with matches master of ceremonies at ,the lie to n:vl In the radio profession plant, and others are undl't'ld'i QUIZ !
Do, you use flammable cleanIng -' Gator growl traditional Ice- but his selection by Watson ed The crops will be abort but I

fluids? Twenty-one thousand breaker for the Florida Home-' as staff announcer (Is a pro. with favorable weather \grower I

use. bf fires explosive are dm liquids to careless Make coming week end Oct. 25, it was motion with a promising future are hoping for a good yield from

sure your cleaner ,Is-nonflammable announced this week. North !It was Said. the salvaged plantings," ( ,
Carolina will play the Gators The new station will broadcast Manager J, A. Dulany of the Q. What i.t the mOAt talke>d-ebout subject in .: I

Be careful with electrical that .Saturday. Its dedicatory program from In Fahokce State Farmers Market, Went Palm Beach TodayTutitT 1,
a review of conditions in his
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equipment. Us It properly and 150: to 2:30: p. m Sunday from section noted that "some of the' '
replace cords PAUL AND GERALD THOMAS PARKING' 't
Dont allow frayed promptly HOME FROM CHICAGO the Everglades Theater and maybe most efficient( drainage district A. P : ;,
papers, magazines,
Gerald and Paul Thomas Jr. heard at wOO on radio dials have been handling their water '
,
old clothes, rags and discarded Q. What can hI done "
very well One In particular ban It :
furniture students at the Illinois School the 1.ooo watt station will serve
to accummulate' In of Optometry at Chicago arriv- the lak urea and the coast from the water down to a point where i BRANCH Jilive .
attics, closets or basements or +f A, Let LOU ( Ave. and First St., '
: .
they are already bi
planing ans
ed horn Friday for a 10-day Melbourne ::0 Fort Laud rdulo. ,
the outbuildings J he center m the shopping district in
mid-semester vacation with Many at the muck dikes around I t'
You will live If N\ t Palm I rich take of
safely you individual farms have bl'ok'l\ care your
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. PIlES YTf IIUN WOMEN 1"
live carefully. Thomas, 1237 Riverside Dr. They !MEET OCTOBER 7 and they are landing In several I paWing piolJ, nil. (I.
will leave Saturday. to resume The Presbyterian Women Association feet of water, all crops being de- I It
Mild acid How? .
brightens Q.
aluminumand
stroyed 11'
studies in the "Windy City"GORDON will be ontertaln at
alkali darkens It. This However. the situation li not j
the next at
meeting<< Wednesday
simple fact, It more generally Os bad as some report have In- A. Anyone 0 hI' ollowingRl'rvll'M entitles .:, '
understood, would do much to BUTCHER RETURNSTO 2:30: by Mrs. C. A. Lee at her dlcated. Actual planting had I you to ; 'I)if E PARKING !SPACE: ALL .
home at St Lucie Inlet Farms. 1 !
keep aluminum kitchenware In GEORGIA UNIVERSITY; been very light and the main DAY I If like: )Jill up with gasoline ',' I
Gordon Butcher weak -- -
left last -
good condition household equip- for Athens, Ga.. to begin his senior MINISTERIAL GROUP damage will occasioned by I II wash, ..b. oil change or ltlbrication. ,; ,
ment ipecalllsU of the U. S. De- year In landscape architecture TO HOLD 1 LC:( TION delay In planting. believe that pol job or a wax job. J
partment of Agriculture believe. much of the land usually planted -
at the University of Georgia The Ministerial Association t
Because alkali darkens this After studying all summer h> will hold Its first fall meeting at In fall crops will not be planted I II
i-
metal, no washing soda, strong spent a mid-semester vacationof Ham. Monday a<, the Methodist until! spring since the ruldtr LOU NCH'
soap or ordinary scouring pow- several weeks here with his Church at which time officers land usually gets frosted out I
ders which contain alkali should mother, Mrs. Velmas Butcher, for th coming year will and the delay would put this IJi
i West Palm Reach lee Ave and First St, :
be used in land In production during the 11
cleaning It. Very hard at the Stuart Auto Camp be elected. :
water also may contain enough "'-- frost period The people hire SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
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alkali to darken aluminum. The SPIRITUAL FILM SERIESTO REPRESENTATIVE!': HERE have gone through similar experiences i
I specialists caution against Storing BEGIN OCTOBER It A representative<< of the Social ."and we are not discouraged --
food In aluminum because It The Rev. W. O. Aldridge, Security Administration field office
may cause pitting After coking Methodist pastor. announced in West Palm Beach will be ,j'.\
wash off all food particles this week that he will begin the at the court house here Tuei AWARD TO RAILROADA Charles Beyer'sROLLER I
promptly to prevent pitting. showing of a series of spiritual day at 10 a, m. At that time he "Citation bf Excellence" for t\\:
When washing aluminum, use motion picture films at the 7:30p. : will be glad to discuss old-age Its 1948 annual report to stockholders '
mild pure soap or soapless luds, m service at the church each and survivors Insurance provisions -> security holders and :
inn rinse and wipe dry. If the Sunday beginning Oct. 12. The of the Social Securl y Act employes will be awarded to ute RINKUnder
inside of the aluminum pan Is films have received favorable and to take applications for Seaboard Air Line Railroad at a Iii
dark It Is easy to brighten It response from the audi'nce' In benefits tinder,such provisions, banquet In New York Oct. 10,
by filling with water, adding a previous seasons and the pastor IIIIIIIIIIIIUIimilllMlllllllllHlllltlllllllObituaries/ It has been announced.Landownsrs 1 I''

little vinegar or cream of tartar emphasizes ,the value to thil "'- .' ( The Big'Tent at U.'5'. 1 and Indiantown Road) i )
) and heating a Jew minutes. dren as a visual education course ,4 : ,3
Aluminum also may be brightened of religious teachings The first 1111111111111111I11I1111111111I111I11I1111111I1U. Help
by cooking mildly acid foods program will be a technicolor / RACESPostponed /
such as rhubarb tomato, tart picture, "Hawaii, USA" The In '
'I'I apples or sour milk. This does Oct. 19 Cathedral film Is entitled G. BLAIR Saving Forests hi
not harm the food for eating "Man of Faith" and is the story
of Darius, a nobleman healedby on Account of
For scouring, use very fine TALLAHASSEE Oct 2. iFFSt Hurricane"t "
Jesus, The Oct. 28 t
steel wool (Grade 00)) or a paste showing DIES AT 84 Florida landowners over the
Is a temperance story, "The t
of powedered chalk and vinegar. State have been and are still
(Powdered chalk may be purchased -, Beneflclent Reprobate. doing their part to stop wanton WILL BE HELD h r

at drugstores) Rubbing HONEYMOONERS-': RETURN Ulysses Grant;; Blair. a Stuart destruction ot forest acreage by
with cream of tartar also will woods fires, State Forester C. It Hi
Mr and Mrs resident for the 15 .
Irving Handy past years.died
brighten. aluminum, but Is more Coulter said'today. through reforestation Monday and
returned home Monday night at ".35 p m Saturday at Tuesjlay Wednesday .
of land
than with
epenslv planted
vinegar.If from a wedding tour of the State Martin County Hospital after a '
food burns on aluminum having Visited Silver Springs lingering Illness Death was at- trees Oct.3.14-15 I I.
soften It by filling the pan with Marlneland St. Augustine and trfbtfled to a cerebral hemorrhage During the 20 years the Floi ,'
Ida Forest Service has been In I'j
water and bringing the water to .
other points of Interest. They after he had ben hospi \
a boll Then scrape with a wood allied operation the figures show that j !IIII
are at their new home, 416 North nine days He was 84. ,
spoon, wash In soap water and Denver Ave A short service was held at a total of 6,661 landowner cooperators ;,
polish with steel wool. Johns Mortuary Sunday night planted 83038247 slash
Miss Inscoe has requested each SUNDAYSCHOOLPLANNED before the body was shipped pine seedlings covering some
member to come prepared to FOR ADULTSThe Monday morning for burial In m.387 acres of land In the Slaw Tin is theTWO wee o enroll in Men's and Women'sth 1ij

: ) answer roll call with a home Vanderbilt Pa. His daughterand This covers the period from 1928 is th Duplicate Prizes.! I !
Improvement to be, made. this first step toward organ- son-in-law City Com mia- d,
year ization of a young peoples Sunday loner and Mrs. W R. Baker I !,
School class was taken Tuesday accompanied the body north. RST PRIZES
THAYERS 'ENTERTAIN night when an Interested Blair was born May 16, 1863
AT PRENUPTIAL DINNER group met at the home of Dr. In Perry Township, Pa, where /, ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thayer and Mrs Charles CarrteL He Is he was raised and tended '
entertained at their home last I pastor of the Presbyterian school A carpentercontractorby '
Thursday evening at a Prenuptial Church here. trade, he later owned and operated EACH
dinner honoring Miss Jean A list of prospective members a general! merchandisestore 'f
and ;B John Greenland, was drawn and divided Into In Vanderbilt for about 40 :
Jr., whoa marriage will be solemnized groups on which calls made be years before he sold the business '
Sunday morning at made. Mrs. C. M. Walker was and retired In 1932, Upon his }
the Methodist church followingthe named to head a committee to I retirement he moved here wherehe Second Prizes! Season's passes. An opportunity to
11 a. m. service Mrs. Flor select a teacher. A dinner meeting lived with the Baker enjoy skating all winter: absolutely free from Oct. 15
Nurse, mother pf the bride- was set for Oct. 16 He was a life-long member of( 1947, till June 1, 1948. n
to-be, was also a guest of honor. Others attending Tuesday the Christian Church in Vanderbilt q '
and her daughter arrived were Mr, and Mrs Pries French and a strong supporter of Third and Fourth Prizes Peautiful Shoe Skates.
Norwich: England Sept.< IT and Mr. and Mrs Erdln F John-i the Baptist Church here, For Forty Runners-Up will each receive a week's pass to
make their home In tuart wick. many years he was an elder In Guar tee Watch the Rink.i
the Vanderbilt Church. epair gWe
Mrs. Blair died here March 17, re ring ads and Skating Hours: I
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1940. Surviving him are a brother
AERIAL all k ds ofnecklac
I .... D. Blair of Scottdale Pa., rep rr Children's Mattaeei to 6 p. m. Daily
two children, Mrs. Baker and ... sasonable Saturday and Sunday 3 to S p. m.
S. Blair: 10 grandchildren including ,
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MAKE THAT Mrs. Ronnie!! C. Cross of 'rices. Admission 25c
Stuart, and 10 great-grandchll STUART JEWEL SHOP

COMMERCI'd GUARANTEED dren. Oughterson Building Skating Every Evening from 7i30 to 10i30

I WALTER LESLIE
Stuart, Fla. Admission 50c .

Walter Leslie who for the past I
several years has resided aloneat
: Pltchfords Camp In Jensen
Krueger Bldg.--Ph 324-Next To Western Union Beach, died at 4:10: a. m. Sundayat
Martin County Hospital. He
was found 111 In his cabin last TER
Thursday night and was remov
ed to the hospital where death
+ was attributed to a cerebral
hemorrhage The body was takento Har d Corrosive '
VENETIANBLINDS Johns Mortuary and burial ,
f will be made today In Fern Hill.
[ cemetery For- rt Advice Consult
Leslie was born In Rockford,
] HI, In 1870 'Hospital authorities -
said yesterday there are F. KEITH

I no kndwn IUrv1'tOra.CONSUMPTlOS'If.
FO IERCE FLORIDA
HOME: FURNISHINGSMcMillan rum ,
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? s State The D"partment Inspection"Bureau of Agriculture<< of the EAST : COAS W .TER CONDITIONING "CO. ,

Furniture Co.; reported Ulls week:'that[ 104.M1 ,

; 1 gals, of gasoline and 13,385 gala S30 SOUTH 4th,ST, PHONE ,M4, er S32Wi ,
tto ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE PHONE 699' of kerosene: were consumed In
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,. SPECIAL: WARRANTY '

L.\,\: ," 11'' ", SALES r See U* FaA I III"111111119; "';of;{""k"T;I iiMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiiiiliiiiNotes VeteransGeorge ''' State's Importance as Source I .1 .d.L. o.L.M'rii Trrrr .M..i t.AU.to Ehm..I.Woos.4'L./ nun.....!_. ye r'IA..dahAts.Mo.h 0,.Je,.CAsgewSTM'Waite. tl


,I, t ) Repair and H Moor V. A. Coataet Officer For Finished Goods Growing ..dl....... LO pn.bswnt AND aCLIAsa. c....., T. t, apS.e t. M.ul.te 4 5.M .

? ; ( SERVICE Porte At office of H. R Lowery Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarter -"-"_...__. SATISFACTION.'" or .MOKTCACI ISM
I' -- J6o Q. MD.sW t. 1. L. Hold.
.I 1 to 4 p m Monday 101 Atlantic Ave. .'.mllr U.>i C""P.n. n Do.MI -Ii.. 5.0,5 J. On.llnl, ,
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I ; : : A marked Increase WORLD COMMUNION Cl"..... 11.._ at .met u rnd 1. J... t. N. Nun., N.., r m
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I u II ism I nuounuuunnnnuu H. x seas N JeaMle fl alseosruACx woos L se.t.y,
\\0 'I' ARNO BAUERPhon. and salaries paid SERVICES ARE SET .-
If' i. With:-thousands of veterans meet the requirements of the : rs.k w L.k.
'. 4 : ; manufacturing Stuart. churches will observe O'D.a Jary.,
and unlversl! .. a'.I ml.
entering colleges
Si. Lucia Boulevard 142-W school If ht wishes to continue 5,5,5 O. CMd.d lb M POst Fdesl sw
"l ties this fall, Veterans Administration ure the growing I World Communion Sunday, Oct 1Ia.ln. 551' I..5 ,A, ..elute. .
': ; : his course: Florida t. with special service beginning Uwb"a Q. Coat. Clu,.,.. 15.44 .,
u
f' contact representatives a producer .....
f'f''f 'j and training officers have been veteran:;; ed good the at thj,Baptist and Presbyterian A. 1. WhlLl.II' 515. "nl 0; c...... Martin ''Count
v Q.-Ma the lake _..
>". 'f deluged with question about the part Churches at 11 a. m and OarM.H. T "' .4 yk to 11 tut
dustrial division of atuvt.MURPHY "r
,,t. 'I f education program under the of his training one school and at the Methodist Church at ... DEED Ce
) : .; ': Clean Gla*Without Watery OIBU1Hcre. part In another? State Chamber of 1045. I RUM .1.PIo. ..ldo. M H.rii A. WHfcui, ent CraMu

'I ,, / WINDEX, 6-W, bot.. ,13cMexene 'are answer to a few ot Av-VA may permit a veteranto ported yesterday in Similar Protestant services ,5I.5ItFI..ust.NaAwll., 51 raM.. l ': S sp.d.fiat. sae 5M,. i
: will be held throughout the : :. .mr:.. .
i' .
the question most frequently a series of Income I d rand. Mane.64Is Bricklaying
\" ) / take subjects at a second Institution world, according to the Ministerial .r fI.nd. lo T..... se.m.. sled
yTl' 'i"""f"I r l'/4-oi, Can asked: when the subjects are "Todays Inflated QUITCLAIMS Ce ,t WelyC
\ ; Association here .. .
; ;1 : i' I CHILI POWDER 14e Q.-I transferred to another In keeping with'his general objective the general) rise In t.h.N..raI..... A D.Robrtxrb Imn eau..H..01...flarM C. .W".. .
. i college this year. Will this caulS salaries eliminate! the TURRET PRODUCTION Will Ml H RakwUM. K>..,. ,It SUM GhaFlreplae "
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subsistence check to be de or Fl./d. We
M my DROPS IN FLORIDA
I ,I ;" For Do 5-oz. pl.,. dollat a* a unit of- CHATTEL MORTGAGE. .
_
--1 Candy layed unduly? Q.-Ma1 the veteran study n..ieI' 5.MM. n 8wV .d "" .
I I ."\ \ CHARGE .19c A...-Not If you received* prior with a private teacher and receive with former years Gainesville, Oct, 1. (ANSI saws 1I'.r\a. .....riM.. W. CHlKM.nk il an se Cl. H. Moro
authorization for the tranifer Turkey production In thi UnitedElates
\ benefit under the OI Bill? the following AFF1DAV1T N.this
A Mil ion Things If you did not, you should con A.-No. than dollar volumes, la 16 per cent lower this i. B. Tirlw. .U Tk.j.biu.FLOWERS.
ItI Clean tact the nearest VA office Im to show Florida year than last according to
; i i OAKITE, pkf 10c mediately for a supplemental ; I sition in the national Norman R Mehrhof, poultrymanwith
I certificate of eligibility author : Firss Prove Costly I turing scheme The the Florida Agricultural For All
; the transfer I OCCAIONS
-QtM.owntd."Onsuuca PALMOUV bath size Izlng refer to payrolls of Extension'Service

,i 1 L; : SOAP, 2 fo 25c Q.-What) happens if a veteran To U S- Farmers percentages Florida expressed of In drop" Iorlda'i of only production 1 per cent shows- tromU5.000 a BOUQUETS w. CORSAGES C FLOWEIS
5 Try Out New a 'i marks are low or his prog to 109,000 bird. The
LAVA .
payroll:
II 'I''I'i rest Is unsatisfactory? LFLORAL ARRANGEMENT
I :' d, ban 17c OalnetvlUe,.Oct 2. (AiVS) State figure Is only 1,000 higher
: : ;;,
A.-He receive the assistance
: I MJRVELSANDWICH 2. L of may VA* educational! and American\ farmer low $90000- Food. And fclnrft4 product. I than the 1939.43 average, but DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS
,
II\' V 8. production, the smallest
,: New LowIVORY rice 000 worth of property annually Tofctec mafiufHlurn
} ., service In endeavor' ... ,
: guidance an nuked t 11. produrtl ,
since 1943 6 above /FT
I !.' I 11/g S P, lg, lSc to correct those factor which from farm tires, according to L. L..b..44. N..1.1.w. the 1939-43 If per, cent SMITH' LORAL & SHOP
. T, Nlelind safety specialist with 'I..h. lumber pre4* tt average
; 17c Med 09e may be contributing to his deficiency I Purr
: WIRE
"iII. the State 'Extension ,. ,
Lb. But he Is obliged tooday' Agricultural rinUnt and .11..1. FLOWERS
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i"" do ," I :/ For Fine aahablea Service, Nleland slam laid that ; Cb Iran. .n< .(..t! ........Ia 1 I Week's LegalInstruments Arcade Bldg, 5th \Ft. Pierc/ Phone 310JI
JANE PAlKERDO these fires! several thousand .
cause :
xL.I,4.thdnr
IA"I; ) IVORY S OW .. ....
Ig pkg death and Injuries to farm Otk .hl.
'" TO .
J MilkToday
I r, I D O fCc people beside untold hardshipand I 7nw5prutb..golpant [
r. h 2 Pro Iced suffering ; The State _
';'; \ h OCTAG CLEANSER 19c idiriied The National Safety Council special attention to : _.WoUIRANTV.. MART / OUNTY
i ', i 9c In Jot. I. dl" I. L. TnT. 4
With V. able Coupon record show that most of the crease the a..b.; A .
Orator to O C. 5.115.
1- DOZ farm fire are due to eight pre- lumber and finished 0.5.1. T.rlor U ....... IV<...,. WELL DRILLERS
J Plain, Sug led or j-;; as L. L. Morin U Hon, G. KI.dred.kYrhkf .. ,
> Soap Pot ventable cause: ((1)) defective signal proof of the A. aokrbuh.. to H...... C, WAR
1 Cinna OCTAGCRegular Giant 22c In\* in County chimney. ((2)) sparta'on combustible Increased, co AmitordMi" Jan D....l.r.nib. K Roml..,.. Well. Dr'ed.,jLaned, Etc.
v it end
m Kiln Com
I Ole roof.," ((3)) inadequate tices"STATE *_, 1.< *!..' 0.WI', M Work/
JANE PARKE lightning! protection.: ,((4) carelessness .W. f. McCunti. u,Jok. CIo.......1. Hi.C Hare Your >on. B\A Licensed Driller
Deliclou A Jewel f A Soap Baraks Dairy with matches'((9)) spontaneous ': ...1 o.CUrti.eo.... Ie A. I. WhIU.' ... 4 Ser .
rapt
jfl 1 Ig pkg. ignition ((8 improper use C. M. L r Ln,.
L FRJIT CAS Pearl So p Flake 15cUM P. O. /x 1042 Stuart of gasoline,and kerosene, (7)) adw M: s.Ix.,.;ll.: .Le 5. si. .._. I Phone 107-X-J_ JlOEait FourtkSt]
unsafe stove and furnace' Insulation at Y.Fog
; ; 7 Safest T 3 bars ,and (lin misuse of electricity ; HOSPITAL Edwin A. .lUnn. IMPLt n..r In DEED o C. eostS ARLES MA

lIf: Lb. c Pearl B Soap lOc and appliances .Bi-Armr 5.DISCHARGE I Uwli r G....... of

"! 1 ENGINEERS T OMEBTJack.ondUe ..

!\ : GARDEN FR B. C. SPECIALS Oct. S. With Survey Show

fl'\fl'I'1 1' 'VT:- -- FrultlandVege blealPR IUM THE MO MPLETE the projects Southeastern of particular section Interest of the to Above Average
I GROCERYJ5PECIALSIArmour's
j FIRM GREENCABBAGE I RACK ERS TAIL AN1HOLEALEI United States predominating Jacksonville, Oct t ( \
1 ,
,: waterway highways city plan- port that Florida
lb. 06c .
,
sanitary
ning 'constructional and
I II" ditional
lye general
; I : 13c ? engineering will be the prin- reach the national I'I
SWEET TOKAY '
Pk cipal themes ot the fall meetingof a plan for providing
I"(i GRAPES. lb.CANADIAN ,. cl IN THE LM BEACHES the American Society of Civil a $22,900.000 program Treet' 35iMiracl. /
uan
I I Engineer here Oct. 1S-17 No rented to the state ,
q, ,. I OllAND 4170 0 ROAD one is expected to attend from visory eommlftee,
,3 I I Rutabagas. !lb._ .0 ONR 3 Sl Martin County day.

I I "I'' L I DELICIOUS -- RUSK mission A State Whip Pint Jar GREER-In H vy Syrup

{ 1 APPLES! 2 Ibs. 29 "We/Sell the BestY- -I i"W* Seraca the Re.t" Robert Q survey Carter of SALAD DRESSING 3c PEACHE "a 2y' 2&
I 19cl Board of Health C.A.
'1.( MciNTOSH now ha d.599 beds
'. APPLES, 2 Iba.27c ., STROMOTRG.CA ON eral hospitals, but CHASE SANBORN
i l 't" AL to meet the national Drip or gular PRIDE OF T E VALLEY
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SWEET 4'1a' per 1,000 GRIND CREAM W1 E
Potatoes 3loss.25 :A BISCUIT Radios & Ratfio Monographs ed a* adequate

II. : FIRM RIPE<<: L 1_lb._Ctn.c ." mission The breakdown survey .,of COFFEE 4 c SWEET ORN 2 :; 25MOTTSVitamin

TOMATOES 19c 13cApricot County topping the
I P .. BARTLlOT BROS.31T .
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--- average The Enricbed lqt. L OVER-S RAND 2 Na 2 Ca
H t LONG ISLAND Hospital In Stuart

r Y WHITEPOTATOES. Jarshmallow Osceola Ave. / \ 'Phone 209 for slightly a countywide more than 6 APPLE JUICE 27\GRAPplT JUICE 19t

I tf. ( .';a Sandwich average of S beds per ,

; \ 10 Lbs. .42c..... Cello bag lie lation. This hospital I YACHT CLUB (Whole, TOMATO
one it the county;'

H\ ; f .1, .11 CHOOSE A & P SUltRITE MEATS GROCERY SPECIALS muter hospitalization The commission plan for needs APRICOTS _23c\SOUlT3 3 Cant 27e|

\1 [ 4 per cent more beds,
i t' : ( I, SHANK END LAMB SHOUljER lic health centers
: WHITE HOUSE health service Crisco 3 PounVCan $1.09//
; to be financed by $ '
43c
ROAST
,1 :tirI,I '! 'I 1: Lb. APftLESAUCE2r29c E 2 year ed by from double Federal.that

1. 1"1 i MEATY CHUCK IfESH GRVl/ND/ GULF10R FLIT local Most sources of the new ARMOUR'S DASH CR BLACKWELL. TOMATO

i : propose)) for the next DOG FOOD 2 .25c 25cu. |
i ROASTb, : 63c EF lb. 43cI SPRAY 39c would be housed In 2cana. KffiHUP K both. .
l present permanent
I ALL BRVNDS CANNED but "
I END CUT PORK "- the plan also S. NO i

", I Itf 1 J f 'i I: I CHOPS 59c' FENDER BEB MILK Can* ..__ ___ 25cPRIDE cilities.erection The advisory.of 12 Potatoes0 Ibs.BIRDSEYE 39i'

IVER lb. 3cFLA. OnOZARK-IN/YRUP by Dr.Walter C. .
i d; TABLE DRESSED ed to set up a system
; SWEEPOTATKS 2 2cj 29c ities for expenditure '
J. FOWL 53c eral lunch which
I, COOKED Lb, !
t MISS WISCONSIN through a recent FRaSTlD FOOD
CRAWFIS 39c gress The plan and ,
SUNNYFIELD SLICED Lb. PEAS fc25c priorities still must
\ 5 by the U. 8. Surgeon ,'COMPL LIlA'
,
# BACON 65 MULLET i9c ARMOURS l>ASH EURIT' NOT TO E' l, ,

: ,1 ,Cty Manager L. B.
: 1. DOG FO 25c decided against

it 7irert' _Cans 33rd annual Market' fcpectals
;' I ( i NNe thlT14O CHUCK BEElROAST Manager Association
: in Coronado, Calif!,

.f,:; I i- ; 1 y Lh ....._:...__.__: ...... '45c ing He;said from press the of his ,SWIFT ,PREMIUM 'BEE| '
'I I M +
forced cancellation
3,taJl) cans 33c TENDER JUIC1CUBESTDILKS plan to attend ( o GEORGIA CUREDHAMS" ?
flO

; f JLb._..._..._..___ 69c : .. ,Ib.. 69.
,I-t'I' "r Bordens 2 ox 1 gl A des P Grade A ROUND OR SBRLOINSTEAKSL
N AIDOLEO V or Whole
r INSTANT COFFEE >9c Small Early No 2 can 8!

--------____..........._+_ JUNE PEAS 25c 31c IaVl.arWtwTAs .
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BEANS) GEORGIA STRIPPED' FREW CHOfPED "

,, fr."Y FLOUR, pi or sr. 49c 2Sc 5d BACONu 6 BEEF

. i it __ A & P Green Tipped ,Lb
and Whit.
Posts 40%. 8-0.. pkg 10'/.-oi. tan ANTHONY'SEconomy

l BRAN FLAKES 13e ASPARAGUS, .25c, Lucre
Tax o vm.tt The Complete Food Store
'sieve. Ahsor.sC
t
MEMBER W$
TrrLz Ire SAIICIRI
1 MARKS'CROMER'S

1 1 I Ia Grocery. A '
+ : ?pt Gp 70 pATR
ABS RA Co.J p er
HOME OWNED FRIENDLY OPERATED UNNeD6TU Net BBLIVER !'beds

I j m-8. Akron AT*. WIDEUTEjl Tfe> *.nu T WSHD .WE, ARE OPEN ,WEDNESDAYS Al>L DAY"f {

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TIll: STUART NEWS, STUART. Martin County: FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. t, 1941Join RAGE NINE
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In Observing Fire Prevention_ Week Oct. 5 to 11 t ; I


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INSURE President's PREVENTION Proclamation Prevent Fires Wiring Inspected I '""f'' :

RRIws / FIRE WEEK, 1947 nor,.
AND BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATESOF !
K Prevent Vir sBU'r AMERICA BUTfor r wtK, M ALSO '

BE SAFE WHEREAS each year preventable fire claim the fires outside of Stuart Fault Appliances 11 '
live of thousand of our citizens, both young and Call !1
old, and cause permanent disability or painful injury
If fire occurs\ anywhere to countless other*) and 293 During e mention Week ,
I Against Fi* Loss. We wil/be glad to go WHEREAS the destruction by fire of our natural ''J ,.t'
in the, City Limits of and created hat almost doubled the For Martin County "
resource during will be glad to inl\fl electric! wiring or
we
lover ralicies your
to have Fire Truckor
your see that you Stuart past decade, and cost this nation more than five hundred f
and sixty million dollar in the year 1946)) and in Jensen Beach' appliance without cost mbligation; -. and to make

Lull prOtedio Phone WHEREAS this ravage, if unabated, threaten an rhone recommendation for rjaii\mon request. ',
199 even more calamitous loss of; life and waste of material 156-U-4 '

e for wealth| andWHEREAS the program promulgated at the For Jensen Fire" Truck

Preddent' Conference STUARTFire Washington in May 1947 is designed to assist in stemming For fires In Tropical ::1ti:
John\E. Taylor' the tide of death and destruction from firgst Farms contact Tropical
Department NOW, THEREFORE, I, HARRY. TRUMAN, Farms Fire Dept., Christoph Elect Co. ;
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE- President of the United Mates of America, do hereby
F. W. Loy, Chief.
FLORIDA I designate the week beginning October 5, 1947 as PHONE 117
STUAlT, Fire prevention Week. t
citizen to eliminate all : :
I earnestly request every .. .
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in -
hit and
possible causes of destructive fire in home I ----
hit place of business,and I urge that vigilance against I 1 I
fire be extended: beyond Fire Prevention Week and !
zealously continued throughout the year, I invite '
FIRE. revent Fire Loss State and local government, the Chamber of Com r'
merce of the United State, the National Fire Waste of i in incinerators "
PREYFNtON9S Council, the American National Red Cross, business. Dispose: garbage I
and labor organizations, churches and schools, civic i.
AND LOSS
TO
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WFF1 group, and agencies of the press, the radio, and the I
motion-picture industry to cooperate fully in the observance -
Life of Fire Prevention Week with the objectiveof frayed electric cords Ii'I
our Savings initiating a fire prevention campaign continuing Replace ;; j
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throughout the year, I also direct the appropriate
agencies of the Federal Government to assist in every
feasible way in arousing the public to the seriousness
Fire and of_the fire problem.IN Fix heating systems
Insureor WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my .,.
of the Untied State of
hand and caused the Seal
America to be affixed. ,'"
Windst of August In the year of our Lord nineteen hun- Use caution
of,the Independence; of the '
dred and forty-seven, and T grt o
United State of America the one hundred and.event)' d 3
second. I
HARRY S.TRUMANBy i

'. f Are You Prepared Robert the A.President Lovett .sttsfrM ,
Acting Secretary of State
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If You Hafe An AutomobilCT ccident To Meet the i
How To Prevent Fires
RequiremAta of the New Financial Responsibilty Law
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//I Now Effecti .? Fires In U. S. homes this--year will damage or destroy I

360,000 houses, kill 6,500 people and Injure another 15- Night and day the screai o&Irene ring out over the \
000., The year's total fire loss tor the nation probably will nation. A large proporti Jfof AM fires occur in homes, f
!-$700OOO,000-twice M much in a single year as was The principal home fircjKuardlLu-ei defective heating
lost in the fire. that Wllowed-the. 1906 San Francisco earth equipment, rubbish, car.4smolfcj habits faulty electrical i-
:""Hme' quake, according to insurance companies' estimates. These i wiring in house cVcuits and Vopliancei. Fireproof
Don't \\iffUntil tt t fs Too'Late: *\surtTYour companies blame approximately 171,000 home fires your house today by chZkmg your nttds against our large
nually on careless workmanship in roofs, chimneys, an'l stock of useful safetyjeppliances. \
and Business.. Buildings Against Fire'and' Storm .land Ing and heating plants. To arouse the nation's citizens
fight this huge annual fire loss, National Fire Prevention
Let Us Insure, our Automobile ODA Week Is declared annually by Presidential proclamation.You .
can live in a firetrap, but the question is, "How long?"
Many homes are wired only for lighting, not for elec. Stuart Hardware Co.
irical appliances The wire from the power line to your ,
THEODORE DEMON &' SONDEHON house should be heavy enough to meet present and pos-
sible future needs. Install separate lines for heavy service DREW KING and BERNARD COKER i
urea in kitchen laundry and dining room. Have plentyof '
outlets Phone 108
BLDG., PHONE 81 STUART FLA. Safeguard your root by using fire-resistant material,

such as asphalt ahing\es. Initial cost is 1 less; fir -insuranco ........ .. _.._. __ill"1I7i
of roof can be put on -- --- ---- -- -
rates generally are lower. This type .:.;
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over old shingles! Use of a fire-resistant -roofing has cut
the number of roof fires from 80,000 in 1939 to 39,000
last year. I .
Line chimneys with fire-clay flues!! or fire brick. Every
,furnace, stove, fireplace should! fce connected to a chimney BE SAFE From the Beginning '
flue. Allow two-inch dead air space between chimney and ,
all, woodwork. Insulate space between wood and chimney. 'ta.rss.aasWhen
w Keep chimney clean. fire 1s friendly if controlled.
Keep fire In the furnace.;. Clean fire pot and flue
\l i yearly Ideal plan is to put furnace In separate room with
a concrete foundation and masonry or fire-resistant walls. You ulld Remodel -
Cover ;ceiling I above furnace "with plaster asbestos or r ,
gypsum Repair and replace worn parts as soon as you 'j.
.
discover them, ,J
Flames will follow a draft. Hollow walls form a There's nothing tfce that comfortable feeling : I
flue through which fire can race and turn a small fire Into I
tt serious blaze. Fire stops of metal, asbestos. gypsum, that "It Was Done RiAt In "fte First Place." Our
placed inside walls at each floor level l, will stop fire from .
Most fires begin with small blaze, grow serious
growing. skilled electrical worke will natall your new wiring ,
when not stopped.. j
This Hous Migh Be, Yours according to national stcJb and city codes which r .

protect you from "fires
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every that what had previously appeared In The Stuart New THII WH.TII. "ouallW"'M'NeTOM
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; t I Stuart, Martin County, Florida,: Press Stands Vigilant )
I '1\l I e by Stuart Dally News, Inc., a'' was not 80.From t : For ,

\ 1" Florida corporation. a production point of view, the strangest tbinjftb '
'i I't,, ; Entered aa second-claa mall July u, 1MTI I Individual and
t I. I t !) t ever happened to The Stuart New was the day thata CommunityThe
,1 If matter at :
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certain legal notice was supposed to have appeared In
I i; 'q 1- h I Stuart, Florida under the Acts
, .' .I' 1. {l' t' of March t, 1879 the newspaper. It involved a great deal of money, but American press has always been closely idenuu

? A FREE PRESS the lawyer who was responsible for the legal notice and with "our democratic: 'way of life" since the !
.\ 34 YEARS OF SERVICE Ire tho .bw and froMt f....ia'th.soeld birth n* tilt
r 'I \ + sad who had forgotten all about inserting it, didn't wake up to tat, u If oil .tar t told at kmu s ds..sr. United Staten. \
y\ 1 I. ? TIN lit..... n.n 1'1.' .. cool ranee.. [ the situation until alter the newspaper had been printed Urn i* obljro r.aa rr llmmml.wra Cn..gpantlp, Consider the three things most
essential
to
I I: ,' fl'b A FREE PEOPLEd Mtor.lo"e "Rtu'..bU.h"TlKM" .,U......L a..e.Apra u, In fact I the matter La; r1tt1A, 55,4 .r: .:= b.. II 1 j our den*
"t! a 9 I IYII. hull ,h. alert 11.._.... "Uo and was on the street alt recall now, k ihm, tM nmptpm Ihi auwo'W racy; these are also he chief characteristics of the
I I I ,) whirl fh., Itli.N\l.n "./ a1.a1nH' N.:.nM.rch he did not discover the situation until nearly a week later UM (teen of thiir'' ","1... .' ntdm. I lean 'press W* are thinking oft Anal
1 The
aV.el Dlllr
'r i j. r.. I......fouMlH...u.., ..Oflt. ,"..b....F..IIr ..,.....owo.. ,IL..I.u.'h. when all the forms had been destroyed lUn tM, Hum. jroy law)' .l.... tkU jrotrTcW 1.. A represenUUve government- instrument to I .
'. d "" fuels" I-lurid.' 'I4.Iopr1 1 This was extremely embarrassing to him and it became .. Uw>p>pMr ...... Frod. tgr ""Ine ton" press the will of the people, a.
,I .. __ ._ Tlan un. to no frHUr' oontributiM to th* MlTkrt
second edition of 2. Universal education
necessary for us to reproduce a : designed to give I Ic4
,... us inf
of MUM on4 tM wld' tMa HnlM U tovooof an
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tR1,6tiT P. LYON,; ,,.A...O.nn.l........ awn.h Y.n..ee. that entire newspaper as it appeared on the day in) ques fraotoo. w.0 on too uk inollmd to UU ov amtnvbm ; people I I
; _. ,_. tion. We had to reset every line of type, we had to recast u BtUr of -,*, .* .... to ..,..d it 3. Private enterprise and the sanctity of the
I I" I. SUBSCRIPTION RATES every cartoon and every picture which had appeared in .lM7<, end w nod MI to do til tkot .o on .. wtmitM dual. I, IndnU

: ,vi; "t lor M.U. ells Twr .U.'he Vt.ra_ ... .11,06 the paper that day. We had to try to make the aame mistakes kloMlnio or tintam tkroHakoot tM urn \ Our national congress and the state and local legit.

!il A/rn.nr nipIns.. a..w pY .\..1//....... Thp .....un.4etn.rra fII. "rkl in the second edition as had appeared in the first' TM MmptiMPO. tan. plajrW t ryl d141u1 live bodies comprise ArnerlcVa official rtpre entat I
;M t to' M/.ct' Ina oLyranxa6". .J..rtiw..nL. 1a tuo ud I km Slat' tMy CM" M toyitotl\
that different about that arwt MUM
t and the only thing was radically government, but just representative of J
! Hl I Va: TW A/I nfI11d PMIR" INOIV/IRI I nIIUH Ip U" Y" IW "ypblhWllV. le pa M.W ast\ the )people
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i \; :_ Hccnd edition from the first issue was the insertion of that pot IA UM.fttwo.. ,'. serves is the newspaper'I The opinions, the actions ui

I < 1 ,,.,. .j.. ,.., !\I...FMR..H.OF.. .TilE. .. ,ASSOCIATED.. PRESS_ legal notice. Actually, that second edition was not pub I desires, the ackievegbents..all that describe what )leo i.l,
TM I.to4 P. N .lloW .Ives to tho w ro t.a bars/e..f/ oil tae ,
"I ,\. 'i Inca "..' yrMU'd. I. rMshnq.W, 4rII u.11 AP ,... d1.p.MM1.. lished until nearly two weeks after the original publication of a community do and think-are In columns of lhe hone

, >It r :" .@ i -' MEMBER AUDIT IUNEAU OF CIRCULATION but the attorney in question could nut find any legal .... .. town newspaper;
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,,' F, ?\ i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM/ i iii i illllllHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMI technicality to preclude publication of any number of ,..t The newspaper has gone without recognition for m
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r,' .' 4 editions! of a certain issue of a newspaper and conse- u' services as representative 6f the people Today we I
I; 1\\ J Worthy Meditation quently.he was able to utilize the second edition and its of the press' I very limited circulation get the legal notice into print NEWSPAPERS"When the newspaper because; it voices the sentiments of
l .:. I iiiiiiiiiiiiiriii \!maununuuunmmuullnsuuuuunuulinnuuuuuunuuul, ., on the day it wag supposed to have been there. This task readers v iIJ I

I \\1.,: : Th}>, !idea) of a universal society is, of course, not a of beating the devil around the stump cost somebody' close all la safe."-the Thomas press l Is Jefferson free and every man able to read, The newspaper has gone without recognition for Id I
to $500 because the re-publication of that da issue was services of
,
as
{ representative the'people., Today I
new one It ill an ancient one among civilized men In .. Thomas Jefferson. we ipnk
If a considerable chore, starting.from scratch i of the !press; as.. the "Fourth/ Estate," symbolizing the I Iof.
I, f j.t.t we may define a civ'ilized man as one who is convert. When I to Stuart in 1924 and opened little In the United States, where about 96 Out of every 100 power
came my the because the
l I i newspaper jt, voices sentiments/ of I
j II ( v td to the belief that there are universal standards of law, shop where the Central Market now is, I had just one em- persona is able to read, almost everyone reads newspapers.In readers. (td {to I
: \ and of which all when ploye printer named McCracken. lIe the nation there are about 1,800 daily newspapers, and the does
it right, justice men, they are a superannuated) than Although newspaper not run for offieeh.. I
more 10,000 and
,\\'I'' rational, are bound to acknowledge. was almost too old to do any work at all, but with his help, cording to The World weekly Book Encyclopedia semi-weelclynewspapera,In the field, ac.of periodic elections, it la nonetheless "elected" to the ronpoi-1\
; I r' Walter I set up shop and established the business which today sible position that it holds These are the "voters": losiu
Lippman has to 25 employes and audited circulation of daily newspapers, more than 50,000,000 are printed every
an
t grown them) a newspaper withers away and another more
IIIIIIMIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIII 1700 subscribers every week I often think back to the I! day..Jenough to supply one newspaper daily to,every family resentative; competitor steps in, gains the subscriber,rep mi
in the
I kindliest thing which has Happened to me since I've beenin country and have millions !left over. thereby becomes the new representative. I
I w I YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR Stuart and that was the night, a Week after I had opened : There is no accurate figure on the total circulation of Editors sometimes reprimanded because they. |

Jiiniiiiiuiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiii J I / un n s u nn um my little shop, when I held an open house and sent opt' the weekly and semi-weekly newspapers but it too runs or do not print certain articles,,and their !stock answer hii I
j invitations to the people of Stuart to drop in and see the into many trillions been ; "We print what the large majority of our read I
National
Newspaper Week" reminds me that for first linotype ever to be brought to this community. We Newspapers are /so familiar to us that we do not think demand However trite, their: answer Is sound. The it. I
T 1 1 24 years this month I have been operating a newspaper had soft drinks and ice cream for! the crowd, and several" IJf> them as anything so wonderful, but they are a marvelof dividual who buys a leaf of bread docs not feel that tha I

I in Stuart: There were newspapers in {this community hundred )persons came and said kind things. machinery, business organization) news coverage and email purchase entitles him to the privilege of telling the I
I f more,than 10 years prior to my arrival oil the !scene, the But the crowning event of the evening was when the fast and clear writing. From the smallest country weekly bakery how to succeed. The newspaper subscriber, on JK
I. i fort t elate known! as Hie Atmrican' being published by Stuart band-and Stuart had a good concert band in those: to the greatest city dailies they fill what the English poet other hand, does not hesitate to offer his advice ontkil

'\: I J. I'. Lees. iu a sJiiiill print shop ut hu home near the bridge days, under the leadership. of Hershel I), Worth-formed Ceorg Crabbe, called "a master passion the love of editorial policies of "his" newspaper. I
I (It lit crosses the South Fbik b milts south of Stuart. The a group in front of the printing office and played a concert news" .,1 Yes, the newspaper is a true representative of lit I

III''I JI 1 real pioneer of the early days in Stuart was "Uncle" Billy in honor of the occasion lasting about a half an hour, Although written "newsletters" and posted bulletinscan people it serves The words that make the newspaper!
Stevens\ : Ih was a true newspaper man at heart He met t was quite oVercome by emotion to' have that kind of a be traced back to Roman times, the first' news pamph- the words of the people not of the editor nor of his re
\ "l 1 very train to see who was coming and who was going, and tribute to a new business establishment come into the com Iota (news-books) were issued occasionally after Guten porters. The newspaper that fails to present a true pictiin
i ,r although Stuart in those days, 35 years ago, was only a munity. It was one of the nicest things that has ever hap berg's Invention of printing from movable type about 1450. of its people and their opinions is goon voted, out of tifice .
111. j 111', wide place in the road, the newspaper which "Uocle Billy" pened to me.Sometimes. But these pamphlets were not published frequently because "
,l f t-1 j imbhilied was full of news and it had a circulation far I wonder if people who read The Stuart royal! rulers generally frowned on comment on public af The prime purpose of the. newspaper '18 to inform tie I
I.. ', beyond the' confines\ his community. News realize what a job it is to run a public institution for fairs, The World Book states, or even news of such matters people The strength of our democracy the ability old!
lit Through the years there"have been several other pub"licaUonll private profit. We do not make the news; our jobtis the people'' to make wise decisions in governing|[ t lbe -

most of them weeklies, one of which was "The merely to report what happens in our community and In addition, only a few people were able to read. selves, lies In the education of the masses", Our ptblk
I j I :'. Stuart Times," another wall the "South Florida Developer" we do this to the best of our ability, whether we are sym- Apparently the first regularly published "news schools were founded on this theory but our press i is eva
,:. v which I moved here from West Palm Beach in 1924. How. pathetic or antagonistic to the turn of events Each one of papers" were issued in Germany In the early 1600s.. The mord potent in the education of the people.

\ I ever! the newspaper name which has been longest remembered us identified with the newspaper is entitled to his personal' oldest on record l le! the Strasburg Relation of 1609. Without schools, the masses would be Unable to mi
\1 I 1f.\ was."The Messenger," and to this day we frequently opinion. This opinion often differs from the opinions of It from these small that the or to comprehend what appears In the press But without
was beginnings
.", : I get mail addressed to the Stuart Messenger thousands of, our fellow citizens. Nevertheless we try of news- newspapers, the education of our people would end will
F the 1112011> the to as much to those,who oppose a proposition paper today-one of the world powerful.. sources of in
,, Through Messenger was published by } give space formation formal schooling and the fundamentals of the art and
and eduction-has
I '. the! Clyma brothers and their father, and in 1928 they as -we, de to those who are in favor of It. '. grown. sciences learned in the schoolroom) would grow rusty froa
Z I' changed its name to The Stuart Daily News and began the This Is a little difficult to do when hot-heads stir up The first newspaper published in the'American colonies non-use. .

; ; ', operation of a daily newspaper This continued first' un'I' controversies' in, which personalities and hard words are was Pubhck Occurences, The World Book Encyclopedia -
''I j. drr! the lyma.H and later under my supervision for a period involved. But our feeling Is The Stuart News is a public discloses It was issued in Boston by Benjamin Harris, OBSERVE FIRE PREVENTION' '"WEEK

I lit nearly 10 years When the depression years came on. responsibility and our job is to operate it in the interest but the boldness of his statements led to its suppression' By direction of President Truman, the week beginning
'I'I ; :I tie ;mall towns were easiest to cut off the list of national of all the people and not just a limited few,, We are more after the first i issue October, 6 will be observed as. Fire Prevention Week. b
'" ,' advertisers/ with the result that The 'Suart{ Daily News interested in the development and growth and high moral After that no newspaper was attempted until John his proclamation, the President invited ell business I labor,
l ft.t< teased "to be a daily and dropped back to its present status standards of Stuart and Martin County than we are in Campbell issued his Boston News-Letter in 1704 After civic, religious and charitable groups and organization
; II as a w..kly.. through the years we have'maintained our tarrying coals in any little red wagon. We espouse causes that other papers were started. One of these was the and all agencies of the radio and the moving' pictini I
i ,, membership in the Associated Press and when the size of which we believe are for the good of the entire community. New England Courant, founded in 1721 by James Frank industry, to cooperate fully press"with the objective of imUA
1 t':. {ibis community warrants, the News will again be a daily We intentionally omit much of the police news becauseour lin. James was assisted by' his younger brother, Ben Ing a fire prevention campaign continuing throughout tb
t$ newspaper. philosophy is to try to see the best in those around us jamin. Ben wrote for the paper, set type,. helped in' the "

Many funny things have happened to enliven the fob and not to criticize and destroy when faulu are revealed printing and delivered it to the customers year The word 'cpntinulng"' goes to the heart of the to*
t ',1' of publishing a newspaper in Stuart Many of them have I or mistakes are made The first newspaper outside Boston was Andrew Brad her It will if think of fire preverttioi
.!{ .' Involved actual hardship and some of them Were 'not at Frequently, we are asked why we failed to print such ford's American Weekly founded in Philadelphia in 1721. : for a single serve week no and purpose then promptly we forget it. The d'
1 all funny when they happened. I think perhaps the best and such a piece of "news," and we can tell when the Bradford's father, William, started the Gazette, ,New ficially week be pointThe /
1 j. designated must simply a
starting
I ., ; 'l remembered character who served publication was question is asked \that thejnquirer only wishes that we York's first newspaper, in 1725., Young Benjamin Frank. fight against of the worst destroyers of life sal
j Moses Frank Wsmsley, who dna home in Palm l City would take the lead in a movement to destroy somebody tin left Boston at the age qf 17 and went to PhiladelphiaAfter must one unabated

kl, "I and came here to retire only to find that he had nothing to else We had rather Hay something; good about our neigh working as a printer for same time he started his own property According go to on the National Board of Fire Under**

r\ I do in his! spare( time and be insisted on going to work in bors nod our fellow citizens than to say something bad, highly successful Pennsylvania Gazette. (Incidentally, : U. S. losses" exceed 700,000,000 this year,:
ere fire
\ I I' the newspaper office. There were plenty of weeks When and if we can't help those about us, we at least try not to fA hile other newspapers carried occasional advertisements, the t highest in our may Is twice the destructs
history. That
\ :- ; there was nothing in the cash drawer to pay him on Saturday harm. or "notices," it was Franklin wbo first impressed his compatriots : caused the coand more t ton
tie ; j. i bgt he worked faithfully )perhaps more laboriously We make a lot of mistakes, just as do other folks, but with the Value of newspaper advertising. He three times by the burning-of devastation San wreaked Franci by the German a
I .1. I I'' j{ "a and faithfully than any other newspaper man I have ever our errors are unintentional and we have only goodwillfor lined the medium with great skill and the Gazette far surpassed force Deaths by fire nilwandghas> I
1< III had the pleasure of meeting the people of Stuart who are trying to build We be. all contemporaries in the volume .of advertising it on Britain }in any_sinfcle; year. tI1.
I t1 He was a great reporter, and he often did things lieve that along these lines lies the development of a fine printed.) probably exceed' I.VuuV.uu' I 1'>>&111..1,1 set A ne

1 Ao which! would hardly seem to have been worth the effort, newspaper that Is welcomed in every home and that with At the; outbreak of the American Revolution there record alons"should" enough to awake
be
Those
; I I 1' just because a nose for news compelled him to follow the such a newspaper, the community in which we live can were 35 ,newspapers being published in the Colonies. Dur. figures has become a Fee
I 1 I "? I : scent I recall the time 4hat he walked all the way to Palm grow and prosper If we can have some small part in Iryf! the war they gained great prestige because such leaders America to the fact thattflre loss should remember thai

I i !'i. i I 'City on a hot Hummer's day to get an item about a baby being that growth and prosperity, we will be satisfied as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson deeply fire emergency And every one of us life, /may be !tall
1 I' .( + I, : born. There were n'> telephones over there in that day EAM.. appreciated their patriotic help in building and maintainIng respects no one-your borne, your will be given the opportunity '
next. the
JI I y i \ ,1 i and this was news Wamtdey preferred to work at night I morale during the long and bitter struggle for independence During Week everyone to prevent n
I ) to learn the fire and how
1 : "t He worked long hours in a single room, so cluttered with .c=-ooo- on.osi- -OQOI causes of. .
', I trunks newspapers, magazines and cooking utensils that I NEWS and COMMENT In the early 1800s newspapers were largely politicalin Then it will be up to the people. _

I! S' nobody bub him could find anything. There he lived his both news and editorials. But they were fairly expensiveand ono.otao.onot === 'good
1 ; hole life lie took copious) notes and usually got things I this put them out of reach of the'poorer classes of peo-
I of-one::: aoae: :: :::: ono= =
i ; == =:::iloClOI Editor
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I I 1le. It was when the first peony papers were started in Letters To The,
right.We
alt learned to depend on him. After the bankS I MANY OF US wonder why the Florida Power Light Co. 1830 that America had its first genuinely popular journalism o e
II and the Southern Bell Telephone & Co. o -oaoccaolCl0cat:: : : : :==::2oCl
crash m 1928 he was reporting'one of the trials of bank Telegraph don't t. +MM1tiThese .
I rs ,j officers at the court house and the point at issue was the save themselves the millions of dollars lost by hurricane newcomers were smaller in size, livelier to read McU RY'S REMEDY
f existence or noji-existence of a certain note. Mr. Wams- I damage through sensibly putting all their installations and gave more attention to news than to politics The first Editor Stuart Hews: '. C.

i I { ley had been reporting the trial but apparently had not I underground successful penny daily was the New York Sun, founded It la the water north of Okeechobee lake that Is cawln of U.
I 1 II i heard correctly and he really got us in dutch by printing e in 1833 \by Benjamin H, Day,.:' The Sun, which came under flood, nQt the w.terbelow. the lake, The entire area north
5v v v a story that the note in question had been offered in evidence AND SPEAKING of intelligent solutions, why the control of Charles A. Dana following the Civil War is lake extending from lust north of XlMlmme and all \\lit''OiadI'T
t is As this seriously upset the defense argument that wouldn't it be smart for'the City of Stuart to solve still one of the great American newspapers A f.w years from the Ridge seat to the Atlantic tout la flooding the aD"
P no such note existed I got/ haled into court and put on the parking problem by additional parking space. An later James Gordon Bennett founded the New York Morn- H a. Klsllmmee-et. Johni canal/ waa t In there never would lit
i', I I' It(,; notice that I might have to show cause why The Stuart idea 'was advanced several years ago for paving the ing Herald. ID 1841 the great Horace Greeley started the o\br flood )10 the'-glade*. lowermj: a level of the lake wno of :
f News: should not be held in contempt. Fortunately, the F.E.C parkways and installing double parking. along l.cent New York Tribune food. It will fill up any way put U all that area north tbeanever
4 a'' matter blew over and Mr. Wamnley was greatly relieved the west side of Hagler Ave, through! town., The era of modern journalism was under way, lake, waa turned to the ocean before It reached the law v11
} 1 f although he suffered deeply for a long time. It was a reflection e would 1*.a;;, flood In the -pladea! and there U no other rio
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'1 1 on his reporting and that was more serious to him HERE'S' a touch of nostalgic sentiment for all who remember TH, POST OFFICE SITUATION to j than anything that could happen her The old "Viola B.," Capt. C. D.) Blakeslee'a pioneer Because: of numerous inquiries Sato "Stuart's.chance installed and U there la quite a fall all the flood water Joss
v+; One other time, we thought waa awfully funny but it sailboat, which wafted the mail up the St.;'Lucia under to get a new post office," President Price French'of the not go to the.lake but directly to the ea level "Klslllm lee-.st.
a didn't seem so then, was a meeting, in Stuart which Mr. long gone breezes of 1891, was converted to power and did Chamber of Commerce'wrote Congressman Dwight Rogers Canal" and sass many, millions\ and open up far lnte""i ,
(' I her stint through a long life as a fishing boat, has sailed of )In t the t! B! : !
I WamaleyreportedandithinkhiereportofwbathappenedI asking about the status such a project permanent"cultivationpnt of. ,tot ttchest-wljeya, ;.,....'Jt t.;
I at the meeting was correct Nevertheless, some of the into Valhalla-on the wings of the hurricane of ,1948. In the absence of the Congressman!: ,'who- is in Europe, t ; '"P a..c" ,
Ohl l itriollc accusations made at that meeting) came to the attention e his secretary, ftattie Mae Coke, replied that Stuart Xis on ,: tikelani
t d ,of the grand jury and the grand jury called as I GIVE UP, In the t Bourse of attempting to pass on the eligible list for $105,000 when.Congress gives the go -
1 I Witnesses the various persons quoted by The Stuart News some of the few things I know about fish and fishingto signal .' but there has been fib appropriation of this. DIFFERENCE r

tt as to what they had said Whereupon, the grand jury prepared my son, I told him that fish lay egga.' He caught a type during or sine the war." 'A clergyman 'at a dlnnejf had !listened to 8 tJlka

I a report in which it said that after due consideration top minnow down in the river, put it in a class jar on The essence of that StuNt hat been young\ iftan, who had, much to say on the Darwin theor1. M

it had come to the conclusion that what The Stuart the kitchen shelf, and fifteen minutes later there were 0.K.'d for.a new post office-I-when and if. onvlIoIIsW't.. can'; set," ht ..ued. -what difference it would msb I ,
News reported as having taken place in the meeting did seven little baby top minnows swimming around with approving such projects again jov tf my graatMwior; -18 Ita ape.".T I
I ''l not happen at all. Mr. Wamsley was half'insulted because the mother minnow. He ia now of the opinion that. :"No," commented the clergyman"I, 1 can'teetbat1would. '

his reporting ability had again been challenged and he fish eggs sure hatch fast OLD RELIABLEA But it Jr\URt'have made a great difference btol"

was half( heart-broken by the embarrassment caused the e stalwart New Englander had reached 'the.ae of rrandtri .,."-Tht Rotary Spokt Hickory. Nort ",
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I newspaper by the grand jury's report, I promptly refusedto WHO IS going to run for City Commission T Personally I 100 and 'was being Interviewed.. Una. "

print the grand jury s report, whereupon Judge Thomu think it would be good for the town to have a big field{ ,1 '"I S pPOl.." said the reporter, "that you )hive seen a I ,
Issued an order that it be printed and the county had to pay with the public picking out the three best men 01)) their: lot of changes In your time." I MARRIED l LIFE aid& I
for it,-so that The Stuart News was placed in the.rather un merits." The Snore the merrier.' "Yes," replied the centenarian,. 'and rye been agin 'Surly to bed and surly to rise give matrlmoW! .''I

t r dignified position of being paid for a legal notice declaring -E.L .. 'tvtry ont of them."-Tht Spokesman; Vnadllla, N.w York.: of 'black! !yts.-American Legion Magazint.. $;

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THE 8TCART NEWS, STUART. M rtln County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY OCT. t, 1947 FACE ELETEN <
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Tropical Farms 1947 graduating class of :Martin Ing. 'They also plan to have a f race from man who has pasted -, much alumina deposit There gone along[ with the crowd and emphatically denies that he opposes

County High. School. No dateJ halloween party data to be announced up two opportunities to serve are, two oil wells now In production when asked why he did not do or object to the park as ;,

Alice has ben set for the wedding. [ later his country in times of world located some 30 to SO miles to he replied, "It' I aa 'one of such and his concern on1y '"
Mary Sauvagp conflict. Notwithstanding his to protect the public Interest into s .
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John Anderson Lauderdale from the boundry of the park those called upon to past upon
of
Fort Robert Robb of Miami spent
completely blank record of service tar as oil and mineral right
the execution of this deed
Orlando Man wa a visitor of Mr. and the week end as guest of Mr and we believe there Is one great area, each of which\ producingmore thought it an unwise and un In the area an concerned it U .
to I
Mra Hobson Reddish Wednes- Mrs Jessie Oriftin.Mra contribution he could (but won't) than too barrels a. day warranted gift of vast potential I only fair that his position\ be
-' day. Anderson\ a nephew of Fred Brownlee and son make to the cause of peace through the smallest type of State resources why should I made clear ,
JOSE SA'f'J'ELL i
Reddish.. Joe Ellis, had Sunday dinner If only Wallace would keep pipe. More than 1,000,000 has not act such conviction? t ,
[their daughter, Mary Alice, to Oscar Simmons of Canal Poi.rtvisited with Mr.and Mrt.. George Brownlee. his big mouth shut been spent in the Evergladesarea Have I been upon elected to serve a* .
d Mrs Baungo Jack Sutton of Orlando. Miss Radio commentators for oil leases, oil explora- LOYAL
Mr. and Mra. H. W. Sim- pretty Attorney General\ and at a mem- ORDER
the en ement of iBaqvage wa a member of the mons last Friday Mrt. Blanche Van.Every Geer well wore out all the adjectives I tion contracts and oil drilling ber of the trustees of the Internal MflOSEtTUART
Mr. and Mn Hobson Reddish arrived hers by plane early In In the book In describing therecent operations, as well as for research Improvement Board just k'DGC. 1

drove to Pahokee Thursday! the week to look over her estateon hurricane. They were work, and these lands are to cast ,my vote In accordance W .MEETS.a a.e eon mi Aft
In demand the
now by largestoil
ski o morning to call on Mrs. Reddish's Jupiter Island after the recent rather like the schoolboy describIng : with the votes of the other members EACH BON
sister, Mn. W. L. Busbln.. storm. She flew back to the boundaries of Florida producers In' the world at of this board?" s TU
the best rental for oil Stuart
MOSIEYLUMBING Donald Van de Water return Troy, N, Y., Saturday morning Paid tie: "The Atlantic Ocean prices Unfortunately, the man on the a.
ed Sept. 11 from a business Mrs. Geer expects to return In lies to the east of it, the Gulf drilling operations"The Oeneral also! street is not legal minded and (
trip to New York City about six week to open her I of Mexico to the west of it, the pointed Attorney out that In acquiring what he hat teen in the papers
Mra. Betty Bngebretaen: and home for the winter season. States of Georgia and Alabamalie and heard from others in, regard
daughter Laura and Coast Guard Lt. and Mn. to the north of It, and all the lands for the establishment of to this park controversyhas ROT UB
Mae, Early national in other States CL I
I parks
Douglas of West Palm Beach O Rlnehart of Kansas.; City- ;kied Kit ot the world lies about It!I" the Federal Government did not given him the impression Tt N.d. area 111. :

ING CONTRACTING were Sunday visitors of Mr. and this week with Mrs. Rlne- require' those States"i relinquish that Watson actually: was op- : T<.Hi.sIotM GRIM i
P FICIENT fERVICE Mrs: Joe Sawtell and Mr. and hart't borther and sister-in-law, oil and mineral rights, posed to the establishment of W V I SAUNDHRttUAIIKIB
ALL WO GUAR ITEED Mn. J, B. Sauvage .They reported Mr. and Mrs, Harry Pullum. therefore why should the Stateof the park and doing everything 1 UJWKRT.ji, till I
P nor 308 West Palm Beach and Miss Althalre Hull of Wst Too Late toCLASSIFY Florida be called upon to do in his power to prevent It. I
Palm Beach badly hurt by the Palm Beach spent the week end so? Since the. Attorney General Il

recent hurricane. with her mother at their 'homeon Whether or not you agree with ,.. l '
Mn George J. Backus was the Jupiter Island. Tom Watson you have to admit
Tile Tile Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and June and Lee Ann Bowden that he is sincere and, further
Room
Asphalt RUSSELL RAT
Mn Donald Van'de Water. spent the week end as the guests By more, that he U, courageous CARPE TE WORK ,

of Belgic II tin various colon Percy Fuge has returned froma of Monahan's, former residentsof when it comes to fighting for r'I
Supply vacation trip to New York Hobe Sound now living In his conviction: In bringing up
4 and 3/18 "reial City and points east West Palm Beach Speaking before a civic group this Issue on the heels of his I ,
INSTALLATlO SALES Mr. W. E. Williams left Monday ( Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Griffin and In Tampa- ot long ago. Attorney announcement as a ,candidate AND GEN REPAIRS
Tile Bath Drainbo Porches ofTelephon. night for Atlanta where she daughters, side, and Lacy Mae, General! Tom Watson emphatically for governor, he was stickinghis

Quarry will visit her mother, Mrs. J. Q. and Mrs.. W. D. Griffin spent denied that he was opposedto peck out because of the SEE ME AT MY HMlE IN SALERNO OR I'I '
RT PIERCE TILE A C TRUCTION CO.E. MacRae, and meet Mr. WUllama. Sunday afternoon In Stuart at the Everglades National Park. tthheupublicodesire park Idea early DROP A POSTCARD jfiOX 11 SALERNO, FLA
From then they will go to-North the home of Mr. and Mra RobertBaker' On the contrary, he stated that for 'its ,I; "
HOW and South Carolina and Vlrllinla.Mr. he was just at enthusiastically :creation. 'I'
and Mn Joe S. Oreenlees Mr. and Mrt. ,Austin Mullins In favor of Its establishment I .It would have been much easier E. A. "B BALDWIN ; k I
from
11181 s Phone 767 18th SL, Fort Pierce and Mrs. C. R. Oreenlee wenton visited Sunday with Mr. and any one In Florida. and more advantageous \.
a .llIht-l'elng trip to West, Mrs Emory DcLoach at Sal,arno. Explaining his position, he I a political standpoint to have... .___ .:i \ '
Palm Beach and Delrav Beach Mrs E. J. Arnold attended a, made It clear that what he did
party given by the oppose was the transfer to the
Sunday afternoon telephone operators -
hest Cash F Car M,. and Mn. Ouy Boyd and Thursday evening in' Federal Government of valuableoil
our children have moved into the Stuart. and mineral rights in the YOU GET THE BEST t
park area. He contend that the >
two cottages owned by Mr. and Mrs, Jessie Griffin aiff MraE. .
Government should be
WONT TAKE TIM. Ml Sn willing
Mrs.. J. B. Sauvage. 'They lost J. Arnold made a business
to ate the its merits
en park on
which their home In the recent hurri- trip to West Palm Beach Monday ,
the O. P. AMmk fIt
pay you our car without looting the State of its

a* much a* you canfet any re and cane.Mra Hubert Clements and Mra. Charles Dlckenhoff ar- oil righa :
He pointed out that the first ;
STAY WITH1 ESUNRISE daughter Jean, of Stuart were rived hire last Thursday. She deed made by the State and RADIOTRADE : jl
Friday visitors of Mra. Joe Saw- motored from Pennsylvania wither Federal Oovernment conveying

lVf>TOR COe tell sister sister-in-law and a lands for the park area was In
Miss Wilma Simmons was a friend of the family who will 1941. and specific reservationsof m l
311-25 sJib Dixie week end visitor of Miss Wanda remain with. her (tor.the winterMr. all oil and mineral rights t ; I It

fierce, Fla. 190 Clements at her home in In- and Mrs George Brownleewere were provided for and this ded t IjY 1Y
dlantown In Fort Pierce Thursday on was accepted by the Govern 'IN DEAL
Mr. and Mn. W. H. Lewis of business ment, but that In a later deed
Afr.we.wFrom Vero Beach were Sunday visitorsof Mr. and Mrj. Marvin Croweare the State relinquished these
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sauvage. spending their vacation rights.He /
her Mr. and Mn. L P, Clements touring Northern Sta'-es:. asks why this second deed
s' ...4'Joe Marsh' and children. Wanda and Lewis Robert Donovan of Diamond was mad and terms it an unwise )1)1f,1.
of Indlantown and Miss Wilma Brothers Garage left for his and unwarranted gift of
Simmons were visitors In West home In Sunnyslde L. I.. N. Y. vast potential State resources."It f,1.
'It' Palm Bach Saturday. He expects to return In Decemberfor \Is spy conviction that ItI :
Living Jack Button.hat returned from the winter against the welfare of the State
Orlando and la employed by the Choir rehearsal will be held and It Is my belief that I would

h Counts"he Armor Shutter Company of Stuart .- Thursday evening Instead of on fall In my duty to. those who SAVE! SIM SAW ,
Fridays hereafter due to the elected me to office If I failedto .
Mist Patricia Van de Water high school football games on oppose such action" Iw said 1 \ '.i"I" !
title of this eoluwn lass at mellow beer with friendsruin. was' a Sunday,,visitor of Mis. Fridays. "Under the present gift'of oil .
article that said ,tile companionship of man and Oeorge J. Backua I I ------ rights by the State to the Unit- ,,'f ,
t bettor than I can what ,iff, unruffled by distractions of Mrs. J. B. Sauvage left Satur- REALTORS TO MEET'ORLANDO ed States the Federal Govern 77 1L
{country life can mess city the mutual tolerance day evening for Malvern Ala., OcI: t-t "Th9 ment can withhold Indefinitely / '
| about lam profits,proxh 11 another tastes-la chooa- to visit her daughter, Mn..James Washington picture, 4n all ILl exploration and development of 1; \ iesw ry Ptrfornwimt
lands for e5 Mdxi Prise
the Park
and mechanics I friend or a Slaw of beer, or Merrttt. ramifications, will be spread before Everglades ; .:
oil minerals and all that Florida :
the 31st annual meeting of or
for Mr. and'Mr.. Williamsof
nts..but iin'tlttr.rnlly a didatq Governor. Floyd '
claim a right to under
Florida Association of Realtorsat can
value li the li d. I'm all for material fan. Miami were week end visitors West Palm Beach next the present deed out of the oil 1. I f'

Wing effort us?....tla pro ents. But from when I lit, of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams month" declared Al Werly, pres- and minerals hereafter procur 000p \
close to oar fsmllKra 'th. I goodness of our country ident of the association at ed from said lands by the government : }

,..children char lifer" that pint of tolerance, Hobe Sound News headquarters hen todav. will be the customary r 7 f ll I}
...working wltilk modern n, and food fellowihlc.CojyrfH MI t-t' royalty therefor at such time.
k at worthwhile DRIVE LAUNCHED "In addition to oil. It .U known a f
P-TA SEEKS An Intensive drive to assure that those park lands contain 2f 'Y y .
|natry pleaaarea a t/,,, ,,' compliance with export control much valuable tlmbr of a kind
i talk at dart end, old regulations was announced today not to be found elsewhere, In '
by the Office of Interna- this country, and potentially ;>
LUNCH ROOM tional Trade, Department of treat quantities of aluminum
/armors loutiota
1947 United
/ Commerce.I deposits\ all of which the State '
has given in loot so to ..peak.0 bM'
Y IN HOBE SOUND \ our national Oovernment."Nobody t The/
knows for certain
I Florida how much oil there U In the RHAPSODY'' ,
S QUA L/ By MARIE' BRODRIC1t Everglades Park area, or how P As Low
As 2. A Week PHONORADIO I ,
Ferris WheelBy '
The P-TA met last 'Thursday 95
154.50
I IS'I evening at the school house Mra .. SYMPHONY !
IIORTENSE K. WELLSFor ,
George Brownlee, president, Uil ".
opened the meeting with a prayer. all too long we've listened '!. Lets or Allowance :I:1 OM sat I
Mrs. Jane MacDonald, set to the meanderlngs of Henry ; \ CONSOLE oUnonul o Id Set \Marvelous: performanctl.

rftary, read the minutes There Wallace and his followers. In richness of design tat sale perform- Fall-oat automatic record
were 18 present. Mrs. English'sclass : patient, pleading tones, such as anal Tin taboo including rectifier riot speak.[, pUjei. 81. tubes Inflating \ I '
be toward back- rtctlflor,
might used a ,
automatic volumo control. '
for the largest at-
won $1 adult knownto Phone 2496 No. 277VERO { I
ward child or an t
tendance.The RIDA w, Low .
BEACH. F A.
following motions'were be definitely off the beam, -64 '. ; "
they have urged that Americana I
made and seconded: that Mr. TILE
should "try to understand Russia -
Lacy Griffin and Rev. Lynn take endeavor to get All Kind
that
we
care of the entertainment for !the tome slight Insight Into the CERAM moaai marble, formerly 99.93 .lsei'I:. : ; I
season; that Mrt. Fauke attend bleeding hearts ol Stalln-Molo- jf4.PHONORADIO
the next board meeting and try tov-Vlshtnsky, et aL We're Inclined quarry Tf \
to arrange for the children here to think that the understanding ASPHmT and ubber FAIRFIELD

to have lunch\ room, or at least for which they beg has PLASTI and minutn { i}
receive milk; that R., H. Rollins been forced upon this country. UTil I'

'I Vt ready< with lumber i i Atoned i e e uraUW !/ be asked to be the speaker for Only those unwilling or unableto Floor And! and 69.95 :
the next meeting. Mrs. O. Williams look a veto squarely In the F shin
will head the historian eye can fall to get at leut.a RugOur lea g UM libml Anewane 1 NEWSCASTER f.
Sfliei h.
< of Aniform sites! < that moan *tren9 committee, Mrs. Verna Black the general Idea of Soviet alms. tative inMartin ,On your-OM Set i
finance and budget committeeand Tbire'a another thing we feel only r as mart dMlsn, rick walnut 28.95 I i '
Ury and Ultlnj t tea> ufA your horn*. If,you'renntng Mn. Arnold will serve the pretty sure Americans generally Vii finish beautiful l tae nal- / Lose Liberal Allowance I If'
refreshments at the next meet- I have come to understand ity Seven aba boding On row Old MB i '
learned lot pretty well, and that Is Wallace CEOR ITH ncttntr. tubes Including netllor, r
to build, lei VI MJjVe'v and his co-thinkers. That Com- Martin Cou leaner, I, Uw Al 1.1 A Week
Junk munism thrives best in time of :
useful tnow-Jiow about AnttKKon ever, the yeen, WE UY depression, fear and want la a 110RE I

r M. wreck c scrap well established fact. That more New Low'. cel I ,

I Ml money-MvInj'txfJlenct; ours for the eiling.m rasa.S Americans are employed than Was 59.95
copper at anytime in history, wages
l O'SAUT higher than ever before and recent L.EST VAGABONDPORTABLE
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report! show savings accounts -
eitd A Ge Home Ct This 0VW' ARTS at a new high would A e'

,B? seem to warrant at least some -
South D Highway alight! optimism at' to the future EPropertie 4495
LuBiber Co.CAERE but Wallace seea only a REPORTER 29.95
/ ;a F t ice sure depression leading to war. Load, Literal Afowaaes 1O
29 and > Tow OH t* IIt's UM Liberal Allewase
on !
Such pronouncement
H r ,1 'Phone 6e I __ prediction Come with poor f' kinds niuUr tops to porUMM.house urr Opotfoson eat|or Tin O.tubes VOW Including OM see ne- i r '

batteries. tlfi.r. P owor sal apes k-. r
for,sale."Alare Lew Ai 1U A Week|I I ', Not':=:. \ Uw A* 1.ZS: Week 1

OU STOP .

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I If A Child Stepped In Front Ol* Y\r Cf If You Are Not Surer Be Sure d.M Coleman's Home and Auto Supply Store ,

ive Your Brake. Checked and Tight( > e/Today For Safer Driving: Tomorrow'letay !- and


Drive 'In, To Realist }
Firestone Service
Coleman' Station'a'
P. 0lreaae BI4El; .

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j! i 1.. Dents la a food can unless so: }, RESEARCH PLANNER I CONVENTION SPEAKER red were interested In his ar-
deep as to cause leakage do not Salerno News In Jensen Beach"- rival home from a number of

I indicate that the content have 1 / .. Jay spent In the Fort pierce
..1; been harmed, according to
;
\ scientists of the American Can SALERNO P-TA SEGERSTRls"SPENT I hospItal. The Ebner were originally !-
from Charleston 8. C. ,
Company I : v1 s .
I' I' 1 and for a number of years 'Wtrt: w.Ne

FETES TEACHERSOF : : regular winter visitors. Seeing
i SUMMERIN R +
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vast opportunity here Ebner

I II sold his Interest ht South Carolina -
M I 2 SCHOOLS ,
t tt. SWEDEN and Invested In Florida real

B11\IRS. o. D QUIGLEY estate His Investments teU a 1
I By CHARLOTTE HELLIERMr story of no feat for this al1'l's'

The Salerno .PTA gave a reception -II growth.
t. ': In b iding a new I Sept. 23 ,,t the school- and Mrs Harry Segerstrom
'house have returned from a llTree- Mrs E H. LeTourneau of Eden
of
\ In honor the Martin
o Be SURE oft spent last Saturday In Palm r
: { I County High School teachers I b. month visit with relatives' in tt Beach. She recently returned .

l"" U-R CORNER aS and 'Salerno School .teacher Sweden Their daughter, Miss from a two-week visit in Savan- a'
k E F Johnwlrk Introduced who them
Principal Connie accompanied nah, O*.. where she"accompanied M
ESGOODI ; the teachers, Mrs W. L. to Sweden remained in New York Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Fr twen.)
Mcrrltt, .program chairman, led where she ha a position as a
:' and ,
I liA D. GOOD their -daughter, Anne son
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t. In four Interesting names In model Howard Mr. and Mrs H. D. Bung -
f.. ,\ rLAN COO D which Coach C. H. Kindred wona Blount Gideon left Sunday for THOMAS F. BARNHART prize DeLand where he will enter Barnhart, professor journal' Mint who were Mr, and
Ice cream and cak were nerved Stetson University for his sophomore -
RUCTION ism at the University .f Minnesota Mrs, LeTourneau house guests
to Mr. and Mrs. Johnwlrlc,
year will address 69th weeks. '
\\1 the for two
; Mr and Mrs Kindred Mr. and I ROBERT M. HUTCH1NSliancetler Mr and Mn Lyle Miller and annual convention 01 the FlorIda f good ,'
'!\' JNSURA'ED CE. Mrs John Dumich. Mrs RubyK ( llutchiiu of the son. Harold, have returned here Press Association at St MATCHES RECALL
': 1 Lay, Mrs Fannie Jackson Diversity of Chicago has announced from' Hlllsdale! Mich., where Petersburg Nov. 1He Is an WELLI.NOWN'lSITOa
Miss Pearl ONeal!. H. C. for month.
( 1 ) Webb. plans a $1Z,00 they visited for two this week
I authority on weekly newspaper Into our possession
:\< .'Ii\;: MA P i Wendel Waters. C. W. Long and COO peace-time research program They have moved Into their recently typography, management came a book of matches on which because It's 1
; R H. Rollins of Stuart: Mrs. ,, into 'lises of nuclear energy completed home on Indian -
and sales promotion and author was printed "Krause Amuse-: rd1
I Huddle. Mr. and Mm a
i Harvey River Drive of books and "Don't Fall to Visit /
; J Every Bind 0\ : several reviews menu" and
i Shelton Mrs Harvey Homlar C. W. Keith arrived last week Fish I
on these subjects. Uncle Roy'S. Pond Sleepy
', y Insurance 'Mr. and Mrs Jack Saunderson, I from Wllllamstown, Mich., to
:f : i ; Baldwin Mrs Martha Whittle -- ------ Hollow Ranch Route(63 between
{,r d Mrs O. D. Qulgley Mrs. Shelby Mrs R R Merrltt and Mn.George spend the season here. R8ES IS CONTACT POINT and Quakertown"Our N
Pennsburf
\/ : : Phone 9 P.O. Areade MtCulley Mr and Mrs W. L. ',Osborn S. O Schonmaker arrived Friday Tallahassee, Oct. a, -.. The first thought was that'* ALF ?mritR

,'!, I \ Merrill Mr. and Mn;, Fred Pedersen Marcia 'Mcpherson] left .Sept. from Speculator, N, T, to Florida State Employment Servo about time for Uncle Roy, Le-
I"'i';; -- Mrs W D Blanton and 21 for Jacksonville to enter the look'over the storm damage to ice offices will be the point of Roy Krause, to head this way for
j ,- __ daughter Margaret Mrs E A Riverside Hospital for nurses his home here. He will return contact for veterans concerningtheir his annual stay In Jensen Beach 454 Flaming. Dr. Je /
training home In two weeks but plans to rS-employment! and seniority He least one of the Pltchford Phone 3175
'r Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Forrest return here later in the season l rights under the SelecUve cottages by the year for he has a. "
Service Act according to joint
Mr. and Mrs W. N. Morgan
the birth of a daughter valuable
announc fishing paraphernaliahe
FUGATE and GREEN ES Sunday Sept. 2J, In Martin have returned from Nashville to announcement today by, Fons Florida A\ does not carry north when
Hathaway, Tallahassee
their home here on Indian River
I'yi County Hospital.Mrs. Service director he goes for the summer, FishingIs
State -
Employment I
Eddie Jones and children Drive. They spent the week end Driscoll At- his hobby, 'the crowning glory
I Engineering' SurVeyilg 1 Blue Print In Miami at the Shrine convention and Harvey D. ,
I Edward and Diane, of Fort -' lanta, field repres:ntatlve of :In sports' when you hook a sal ?
Pierce are visiting Mr, and Mrs. the Veterans reemploymentrights that will 1 leap 12 or IS feet above! LIFA
I Estimates SubmitteJon Requea C c. Jacob this week Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kling spent division of the U S, Department the sea," LeRoy says And lie ?r
r f Bob, Johnson of New Jersey Sunday with Mr. and Mr*. V V. ot Labor I must be right because he has

303 E. 4th St. I fStunrt. Fla. topped Wednesday to see his Wortham, Jr., of Palm City. fished in about every ocean and :
bl'Other. O. H. Johnson and Mr and Mrs. F, W. Saundersof stream there is to fish In. L. _. __
been closed during the summer, -
family en rout to MiamI. Fort Leo, N. J.. have registered Sleepy Hollow Ranch' Is own-
PHONETILTON'S 1 Mi. and Mrs. John Andersonof at Ocean Brese. will re-opn MondaY.Dr. ed by the Newman brothers, ,
Manosanan, N. J. arrived Mrs. A. J. Wlllkle spent the and Mrs. Roger Hubbardand Elmer and Pete. "Pancake Pete,"
II rI I ___ Friday to spend the winter sea- week end In West Palm Beach son. Peter moved to St. as bIs known on the coast-
Lucie last week They recently
( with Mr. Wlllkle whos. em- to-coast network of ABC visited
sonMr. old their home here to Mr and
and Mrs. P. O. Smith were ployed there LeRoy last winter in Jensen I
I Mrs. F. B. Miller of Ocean Breeze.
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dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs Charles Tyner of Beach and did his share at fishing
I.
'. S RIES A, L Brown of Pomp dno (They Fort Pierce spent Sunday with:; Mr. and Mr*. L, J. Gamble He liked his vacation, the "
"' ., and : Mr and Mrs. Harvey Wright. drov to Sarasota Sept. 24 to first
t ,' aloe visited Mr Mrs W H one in 10 years, so well he
\ Smith In Calahatchee. Mrs. Hope Wilson has returned take their daughter, Verna to said he would be back this Mason -
}J, DRUG SUNDRIES OSMETICS A birthday dinner was given from a trip to California and begin her second year at the and bring his wife and two
,I :iii j' SUN TAN OIL vSl'N SHADE SUN GLASSES by the D-Loach family In honor I Is again at Murdock I Rlngllng School at Art. She will\ children

1 i CANDIES TOHACCaS JEWELRY of their father, J. C. DgLoach: Mrs Harper Quinn and baby i, major fashion Illustration this
." : and Fred Pedersens birthday son, Michel Joseph, have returned yearMrs Following the storm A. F
SODA FOUNT Marlon Senske and Mrs.
'I', lt K Sunday at the home of Mr and home from Martin I Henninger of Chicago arrived in ,
,I SODAS ICE CREAM SANDWICHES County Hospital i iAlderman's.Bakery Harvey Wright were in Fort
Mrs Fred Pedersen Present Eden to look user damage of his 4a
I, !t'; f.. NEWSPAPERS: fAGAZINES'I' I were Mr and Mrs L. C Moore, which has Pierce Saturday. holding With \the crew he had

( ,r TILTON BLDG. JENSEN BEACH :.Mr and Mrs L. E. DeLoach, and working it did not take long to I
I ,I I. 4. children Thomas, Mary Alice Indian River Drive remove fallen tree and debris.
'I' ; .YI''t l\1 1it Mr. and Mrs O. D. Quigley Corporation manufacturers ol
P. \ ;; and sdns, Jesse and George, Mr. Efforts to Restore Power traffic and railroad 'signal lights
i'I and Mrj. John D. Stevenson and and electronic equipment There
'h laughter. Kathleen, Mr. and Comment I l.s no certainty. about Mrs. Hen-
I Draw Favorable
'r. o ay Mrs Bobby Thompson, J. C. De- ninger and their young daughters -
d;{ Loach Mr. and Mrs Fred Pedersen Jean and Linda, making
I I' _h' Contif ut a%>ut your building and sons Walter and John. Mrl Teal Is ail active member, their annual winter visit unless
.
; ::1 'if pc>blem Mr. and Mrs J. C Morse en- By MKS. VIVA ROAT paid tribute to her recovery by It be during the Christmas .r

d tertained with a miscellaneous Much favorable comment has staging: a covered dish luncheon. days sine the girls now hall.1
If'l' ) PA 'TS shower at their home last been expressed along the Drive Women Instrumental In plan- school
; ,I Thursday hlKlit In honor of Mr.
ti'l'{ ning and attending the affair I
WALL HOARDS and Mrs. V. E Howard Jr Punch for the quick ana efficient action were Mn t. A Jennings, Mrs. Dr.and Mrs Casa Collier came

I t p .MENT ODUCTS I and cake was served to Mrs. O. by John M. Law Jr., Stuart I.. f. Adams, Mrs B. E. Alderman down from Memphis weekend I
r II. Johnson Mis Martha Whittle manager of the Florida Power Mr W. W. Druckett Mrs. to pick up hIa valuable i TUXEIO FEED!
I ;1. BRI Mrs R. W. Johnson Mrs. Ed and Light Company and his able T J. Crow Mn James Thompson. photographic equipment left in
\ti, I Johnson, Mrs. O F. Simmons. assistants In the way power circuits Mrs. W. R. Jackson and Mrs storage at Edenlawn where the
.' LUMBMRLWORK Mr and Mrs. T. R Baumgardner, knocked out by'the recent Teals daughter Miss Florence Colliers have spent many winters d.
t ,I' :: & ROOFING Jr Mrs. R. E. Darling, Mrs Donovan hurricane, have been put backIn Teal Having disposed of their ,
1 I Smith Mrs. Ernest King operation. Total service in holdings north of the Col.Joseph
i0 ;''' Mrs Clem Mathers Mrs. Ella this hard-hit area has been restored Mrs. Florine Cave and her Casper property It Is doubtful TRU MAN ERTILIZERS
"': .., AL SHRICfEY, Mgr. I Prescott, Mrs. Alfred Jovel How- and everything Is back to daughter, Auneti Cave of St. whether they will return to this
ard, Mrs W E. Howard, Mr, and normal. Louis left Kails Mont. yesterday area, While here they visited
t East Coast Lumber Mrs J C Morse and son J. CJi ., for_their annual winter stay with old friends among them
ROMANELLOS; ENTERTAIN
Mr. and Mrs Harvey Merwli
'I at Ed nlawn.
f' I I I Mr. and Mrs Arlo Carson and SCHOOL NEWSPAPER STAFFAt who said their presence/ would For the Currfit Wanting Seaioa

I .' l: children. Patricia, Kenneth and the invitation of Mr. and Because of the birthday anni be greatly missed
\\I & Supply Co. Lynnwood of Naples called on Mrs. Don J. Romanello of Eld- versary of Madison Week,) of Edr -- Seed EquipnJnt ncl Insecticides,
I J' il: 'i"" I Mis Carson parents Mr and red the staff of the Martin drsd Dr and Mrs I. A.Oallln entertained ,
I ',. Phone 22 P. O. Bop 305 Stuart, Florida Mrs W M. Marr. Mrs. Mart; County High School newspaper Informally with dinner
Ii'' : accompanied them home for an assembled at 4 Sunday: '-afttr- for seven at their home Sunday Mort Je elers j
,
Indeflnate stay. noon In the Romanello home to
:' 1 J o' '., (.. ; ----- evening. Attending were the
discuss the program for the coming honor guest, Madison Weeks,

year Miss Mary .Alyce Bentley, Mrs The Ste in Jeweler, StuartfeedStof
..i Dependable Installation Following the business meetIng W. H. Brent of Hammond, La.,
i a buffet supper was servedto Mr and Mrs Frank Englar of Expert wat( ring
and
Qrayce Pomeroy Joan Combs. Fort Pierce and Dr and MnOatlln .
J And Quick Repair Service 1 Charles Hall Barbara Stewart, Jewelry r airs, I .
Anne Pittman, Elates Ulmer
JA.MA Tlti Mgr,
Jerry Anne Smith, June Matou- WOMAN'S CLUBCOMMITTEES *
sek and Fred Meyer MEET 107 N. 2nd t., Ft Pierce PHONE 210

ABO Romanello director of the Mrs. Don J. Romanello of Eld-
oflbathroom paper, 1 18 professor of English in red, chairman of the yearbook
Complete stock fixtures
yI .
the school, ... ---=:
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s committee of the Fort Pierce
yt Complete Line of ftlumbing Supplies
5 Woman Club:; along with the '
A bridge club composed mostly board of director* and officer Bea&
Wet
,1 VOLLRAT PLUMBINrf of Indian River Drive women of the club, met In, the home of Palm Director
SERVICE
,
: was entertained in the home of Miss Gwendoline Jones In Fort

IR :' 4 rt 212 AKRON AVE. 1 PHONE 265 / STUART, FLA. afternoon.Mrs. W. T 'Mrs Warren.J. M.Jr.,Sample Friday, effective Pierce Monday ways In afternoon.seasonal plan-Most T E riRMS WHEN m WEST A LM BEACH

Jr. and Mrs. Rupert Koblegard ning and careml study and compiling PfREClAyE YOUR PATRQlftCEBADCO
i won honors high score going to
of the yearbook featuredthis 1 1ROOFIN
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Mrs. Sample Others playing oat H W q' 0 8
meeting ( et $ae Soar
were Mrs Dan McCarty, Mrs. .S CO,

MISALIGNMENT BUlNS W, Q Padrick, Jr, Mrs John T. Rynskr of Eden will arrive 512 Clen\atU\ Sri
TIRES McCarty, Mrs J:. L, Adam and home'Oct 15 from Moriches, L. oori>ra-scurf riTa
Mn Brian McCarty, I., where during the summer he Furniture and HEATmavanrt'Houss
manage a hotel with beach Furnishing OPTSC1AN$ PTOMSTtlt7t wTaart50 '
RESIDENT OF ELDRED etas ours,
subsidiary
: OUR BEARUlGNJ T SERVICE GIVEN RECOVERY PARTY Miss Helen RynsU returned -

t Mrs. Aurelia Teal of Eldred recently from a vacation at
was honored with a tick-re Carolina Beach. She 1 II an em-
i r WILL STP THI ISCHIEF covery party In her home last ploye of the Citizens Ban of YoilCan w Buy

Friday. Member of the Stuart.
friendship

YOU'LL BE DELIGiVfED WTH THE INCREASE and service class of the .. VINHTI/N BLINI

Presbyterian Church of which Friends of H. V Ebnet to Eld-: '
IN TIRE AMD GJK MILEAGE MJ .COK N T BUDGET TERM

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AVOID ACCIDENTS DRIVE SAFELY SGOTCH-LITE -' = we' ilANSOINDa flTy oo* ,VENP--S,O>:

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; COME IN FO A CHECKUPRALPH SIGNS LET ONE OFf. BireESENTATIV TEU- TOO
MEisiWC. TOUR Wlr-Dlws AND
HOW EAST IT IS lOfOWr QUALITY TRASO
THE! iHINE At NITE You' Can Purc ae t From Fact
ULMEK\ MOTOR CO.PHONE DRAMATICALLY CTURING
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THE STUART NEWS, SITABT: Mart County FLORIDA THtRSDAT, OCT, t, 1M7 PACK THIRTEENXIAL

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NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART News Home' Itell1l Telephone office for MIS before 3b-W paper noon iliad on Wednesday reach Office the Phone sawspa"Ir 300 |0 j; -JII j


MRS MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor

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'I YOUNG' PEOPLE AGED CO-ED I DR. H W. BLACKBURN' : i Mrs Marsden Ferry of postponed the week of the storm the annual drive to let underway County" Is the goal, accordingto
''Ir'r STETW 1 1t Society Plans Y TO SPEAK UtKf: SUNDAY\ ngton, D,'C. Is a guest Wllh-j I was held at the nurse*' home;I I tills month "A member I Mrs Carroll Dunscombe, auxiliary '
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Monday. Plans were made tor from every family In Martin pr
young beopl4 tram Mar- The Rev H. W Blackburn, Royal Polnclana Co aldent.'I: \

,unty enrolled, at *>!lw 9 Skate/ BenefitThe D-Qt, Miami, district( superintendent Jensen Beach while superintendIng t '!r
4 university at DeLandeek of the Miami district. the repair of storm damage
for the Tail term. Miss the Methodist Church, will speak to tier winter home on Bewail
me Keith of Stuart and 6 is Joseph Ladles Society at t' :30 p. m at the Stuart church Point Getting Tired
Gamble, Jr, of Jensen Will stage a benefit skating, Sunday Immediacy following -t ,
registered! fit, Welt Ant party at the Beyer* Roller JUnk the service be will conduct the R. Winder Johnson of Philadelphia I
there Sophomore ands from I oW 11 p. in, Oct. 21, proceeds has returned to Jupiter 1
Include Blunt Gideon oft quarterly conference meeting '
Beach, henry Beckman, will go toward purchaseof All church members InterestedIn Island to reopen his winter real
oe Courson, Bob Knowles, rugs tor the new 4th 8t the business affairs of the 'deuce tot the\ winter season Mrs ;
d Burroughs and Miss church. Tickets, will be on tale church Johnson Is expected to..Join him
Invited to the
are official (-
Rollins of Stuart. All are by the member at 25 and 60 next week: ,
ates of Martin County cents" session Dr. Blackburn will t -* .. 111',
School and all the young The project 'was one of several be the house guest of the pastor Mrs;A.Z.Oberhaus of Krueger ,, j
art veteran under the' Ole Items of business; discussed I and his wife, the Rev. Mr. and Park and daughters, Mrs Muna too f 'i i
training program. at the opening fall Wallace Miss Aurlel Ober-
meeting Monday Mr. W. 0 Aldrldge; while in and : ; :
-------- night at the rectory' .fThs hens. were visitors In Orlando
NNE CARLEEN FORREST church pastor, the Rev T. J. Stuart. last Thursday I
I IIERE SUNDAY Geary, conducted the devotional Ifj !
and Mrs Carl 1.. Forrest Service Mrs. Beatrice LaPointe MRS. WALTER HITCHING Mr. and: Mrs H. R. Steffens of I
lemo have announced the was elected secretary to fill the RECOVERING/ FROM FALL Hobe Sound returned Tuesday
of a daughter, Jo Anne vacancy left by Mrs Charles H. Mrs Walter Kltchlng Is recovering alter a time-week"vacation with i iI
n, Sunday at Martin John who recently, moved to from painful Injuries her parents:Mr and Mrs. Bror
ty Hospital. Miami.Others'/ suffered from a fall at her home; J. Carlberg. In .Asheville, N. C. Of tfte S/me Old Rut 114.E :
attending were Mrs. Saturday night Severe head and -
Joe Mr, and Mrs Bill Porter and '
Rttch. Mrs C. Hendrickson, facial bruises were unexplained,
Mrs. Stewart Springer\ Mrs AG following a period of unconsciousness son,Charles, returned home Sun \ / I i,
Charles Beyers Mrs Ernest Unable to rise or day from Jacksonville where ;
RIB C Rlcou, Mrs Charles Conrad, Mrs. call she was found Sunday Porter met his wife and son Then there Vie siJb way to ..toutl I
Mary Chandler Mrs H. B. Rains morning by her daughter Mrs who had spent two weeks with .::1 If'
OfLY Mrs R. V. Kavanaugh, Mn J. John E. Taylor who lives next her family In Mt. Airy, N. C. Money you we jl all yours, ready for. action, the '::1+ I' !
TODAY -1-
Rosbury Miss Beatrice Fair- door, Dr. J. D. Parker reportedher
blURS., (MIT, 2nd dough Mrs George Huckmanand condition much Improved after Mr. and Mrs. Wells A. Lippin- moment; it's nec&Ifcl. Lay it away in a savings account Ii ,
Mrs Beatrice LaPotnts MRS. OTTO REICHARD several days In bed at the' cott of the Atlantic Court Apt "*.eot ,I !I'
Mrs. Relchard 69ear.oldrreat'rrandmother. home of her laughter And son spent last week end... In Miami. and sometime, omeday when opportunity comes "'1 I ,
IA SlRfTHNGlIfDWUD/ / FED OPENS SEASON enrolledfor In-law : '
Mrs. V. C. Mallon and daugh- / 'I
WITH SUFFER MEETING summer classes at Rockford -, along, you'll b< ady
'c Mrs Paul Hoenshel will be College In Rockford, 111 Capt Frederick K. Mulhaupt t"r of Cleveland have arrived In ;" :
t LAWFO hostess to the P.E.O. Sisterhoodat She taught school on Is spending a two-week leave stuart for the season and have
her home, 209 South Atlanta basis during three emergency wars with his mother Mrs. Kay Mul' taken an apartment at the Atlantic '
[ KN.OLIIG Ave., at a covered dish supperat and now has met requirementsto haunt, .at her home on East Court
T, p. m. Monday. The social keep her teaching certificate Fourth street. He has been with CITIZENS BANK OF STUARTMember : .
a JENKI gathering will open the tall activities Cod Reichard has I the amphibious engineers In the Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Zeller of
of the sisterhood aftera children, 17 grandchildren and Pacific Theater for the past 2'i\ Miami me spending several!
years and now has a Government weeks In Stuart and are guestsat Ivitem
summer rcess 1 great-grandchild. : The Fedetftl Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
position In Manila. He will the Atlantic Court. ; ,2.
return to !duty there Nov. 1. -e-
-e Word has been received from t
WE DO OUR OWN Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clzek have Francis Matthews, marine engineer e The Bank 4f Personal Service MORAL MOREMas I. ,
returned to their winter homeat for Standard Oil of New seats
tf'Wedc/t fOil ,North Detroit Ave.. after jersey that \he recently spent !,' "
spending the summer In Butler, Shore leave In Peru and Chile.
CRYSTALS FITTED HORAV O'IMP N.J. They have been regular visitors He expects to be home again next
for a number of year and month He Is a crew member of t '
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', '1 \ last year purchased their present : a tanker doing Atlantic Coast
home. duty \
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St RLYYLER e -e- ,
Dr. and Mrs Howard W. Ncall Mr And Mrs Allan Matthewsare \11''1j
have returned to their winter tlxpected
home the last ol
& T. 3 & 4 '
OcT. residence
at Port Sewall after
TED & *_ 'COSTUME JEWELRY spending the summer pt Oak this their week former rom home.Portland They have Me., J ;: ,

IITS 2 0Ct /" Arcade Stuai, Fla. Beach, N. Y. ben vacationing there since: \\1
e Aug 8 visiting brothers and sisters (to" I Ia .
Mrs Stanley Kltchlng 1 returned -
on both sides of the families
crjCHAl/ Friday from a five-week vocation -t I
trip wl'h friends and '
Mr. and Mrs. H. a Hansen j'
EV YOUTHF L'in \
) rejativ Nolan the She visited former Mrs.Margaret Charles, and Mrs Ruth Stevensen returned ;{''II

TAR Zarnlts of Stuart, In Bessemer'( ,' Saturday night from a three-
Ala., Mrs George Hudson In week motor trip to New England. ,I I',
Canton, N. C,: her sisters family During a five-day visit with Mr. ;
his and Mrs. Peter L. Stelman, Stu-
the W. C. Campbells at Alliance I'I
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Ohio: other relative In art winter residents, In Atlantic I
I Cleveland, and ended her vaca- City they toured the resort area. '
tion In Willoughby as the guestof In Boston they were guests fora : '
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Al- week of Mrs. Hansen niece ,
A bracht Miss Ida Albrarht who Mrs C. A. Erlckson and husbandat
was visiting there returned home their new home In the sub
DWA G. I with Mrs Kltchlng urb North Weymouth After a f fI
--e-: trip to Niagara Falls they returned ,I
iROBINlpNndj : Mr. and Mrs. James M. Harrison home through the Shen-
former Stuart residents I who aiidoah Valley stopping: at Na- ;
now live In Coral Cables I were I tural Bridge and the Virginia j
3N McCAWTERin1 visiting friends here Thursday caverns, I
They were returning home froma .- e-
"TEDH R ,f visit of several weeks with relatives The monthly meeting nf the I II

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'.' PAGE FOURTEEN TBI: STUART IflWS' STTJABT Mtrtln County, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT I, 1J47 .

: ':!> ---- article should not b* allow. M.M(! M<4 ell .Ik* M..!I .* ...
terested"" In an on Florida trangly enough, true Bs< alligator are protected, the caution, CONVENTION
: llofT* I iH ; FISHING 's vanishing alligator written' cause the alhgatof Is not, like drainage of swamp land goe ed to exist for all time, IM llUllmu. wkhkU _.rI.. ....Planalor/ -hat '
; by W I. Drysdale and F. CharlesUslna the garfish, 100 ,per cent bad on and thousands more saurian i ir Alligator ar known to live >< LMMB-SWBM ta Ok MknHnf.. (TMIlk the mOlt PI'ODUlea
I for the September' Issue or 100 per cent good like Florida r ar* deprived of home* more Th female IIM, *, -TW UU ..*.U .- Uwtor4 OUlatanCUnc
for or
I a century eon"entlon
the : .k.H ..... yet held b
a quail coveys, people mwv In.iUli tk* ,Ute
I 'I !1 j"il': IN THE FAMOUS of Florida Wildlife magazine. don.t know what .to do with and food source* lay between 40 and 80 .holl _..'," ..... wi... .. ....., Ida Public Health '
The alligator Is neither wholly him Now, supposing that all alligator egg per year and most of these tli.f ktd tun. ..4 Mft ho _nrf I M4Ui rapidly ncaring comS?
St. Lucie RegionTHf bad nor wholly good according Irate citizens point to Instance under four feet were eggs hatch. With reasonable .y .kall walk. M* Mt" MM** .41"lk ,eordlng State to Dr wuZPS1'. '

i ; to these two authorities on the In which alligators not molested"" t II saurian, who say: have killed human beings to on reservations, at least two /ollowl.. ........ Ir.. 110. Christi.. the Prorrau..
I : TBUI SPORTSMAN .
,. IS A GUARDIAN OF NA1VKAL P.E3OI CM "Th: adult'Florida alligator of the specie* would not be million alligator could reach lie..... __.. .._ .... H..11Io. tee. It 11 acheduled
'J of fCl'
example* alligator devouring
r ..1110 K., .. 8en..._" lor II.., Oct.
I J How ,are South Florida I flat- caught nearly fitly ba.si the other Is beneficial to wildlife predatory livestock, and raise a cry certain Before an Alligator maturity within the next 25 2325.W' .
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livestock boon can mat effectively and of alllgator : _
woods to produce hunting
.i pondi restocked? day' in one of the Martin upon a for total war on alllgaiirs. On year* Sport .11, .. _.... .( r.u_-lr Uw ..mlit4
'; stock farmers. a friend of society the hand be could again beCOme a maJor .. .
Why is It that pondi which close in other sports fishermen young It must except > jMlc l on M ta U'tr M luWkxi
Highway ditches fairly an enemy of the people, realize the benefit state attraction. At present M ink U tk.. tmU mt Mmttfanf .M
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iso absolutely' dry -'without a of alligators In rare cases, at least six feet .. .
wnki VMrimw
'It i ,' flth ,of any sort left-have fish -and a check Indicates that all harmless and distinctly dang.erous which prey upon gar- In length Present legislation trends, the species in It* wild row .1.! .V tl I :If',' again in a year or two? these waters haw plenty of bass flab and fish-destroying turtle state should reach total extinction morUl. The answer has been demonstrated again* In other words. the alligator *. Livestock operator (tome then, protects (mail alligators in the same period.Th (SlliSt I>_.

r in the past few weeks Hartman theory Is that many la a most contradictory creature of them) appreciate the waterhole but doe not provide alligator, like the atomic UILDINO PUMITffw
t ': :' Flood conditions restock our deep unfinished ponds lit the the alligator so thoughtfully for propagation of the species. bomb U dangerous but
I flutwoods pond do,'n to pracUcally wilderness section of the Aliapattah i A.I such the alligator has make for their cattle In The new Everglade Park properly handled is of great ,, Ulch.rJ A oeIIr.:' Fnilw' .Ink' .;
I very lust little pocket Flats overflowed andthat ben the victim of gross mlsunderstandfhg dry season Merchants art will' prove a refuge for some value commercially, In the Interests ..4 ..I.'....... ......... Ii .... n It..
hamlkerchUf of a flshln hole", the baas followed shallow ever since the eagerly in the market for alligator of Florida remaining wild of conservation and In _.140.... .K.... M." .Wrtckt... l-u.. t. ..Tnrlhlr .
Wildlife orru-cf swales and rlvula ta through the white man Invaded the Flor- hide alligators. Commercial aHU the preservation of the bal >n -' Mt rf t. I
,;' Ralph Hart- idlan peninsula, and no really Let* the situation gator farm can take care Ira ance of nature :thin*.i.O') : b> N :. U IM 'o. 4 tnmC"
woods this survey
( Following theory .. .. ..
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: man cited one instance this 11..10 'M ******. '"
I v.r..k. the presence of tarpon and sound argument has ever been Th state protect alligators few thousand more As the ..... C......_ L In.... J.. -'
supported unanimously situation stands CHURCHES OP CHRIST, SCIENTIST Moo.d.. ...th 10.11 of 0......... LoI <
I ; The ditchei along Martin snook in the Martin Highway to pro : up to four feet In length and now, commercial _. of aw. __ 10_ .. ..I..
: I ,,' ', Highway, which were running ditches can be explained through tect the saurian specie alligators of such small size gator farmers can "UNREALITr" ta Uw ...hJotu... "' _.... II .r It It.. __
In 1891, according to figures guarantee the perpetuation of .. wkltk will fc. mil taTkurekM -U.....
these fish! working their way are not highly dangerous to I 1. UO>WIM<
; dliort of fifth. have been liberally .
rt ifcrendkiMttk
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of
over canal spillways Into I the Florida Game and Fresh society A number of Florida the species in captivity but <. ITfc .
1 restocked( again, he d clarrd up world > 1I..d.i 7 Orlol,,, r
Water' Fish Commission two counties there is no reason why the .. ,'It. h III mrltoi.. .
the Flats and thus to the ditches prohibit the taking Col** T. If HOW YOU Will
,\ OIK uroiip of cane pole and half Ilk .... it Ikl _ln. of .Ui. L.....
one- million alligators of wild alligator If handled with *
I "j'' \ fishermen\ using pork rinds. alligator entirely. and all U Ik. ,_...( Ik.. 1Ar4 ef tk wknlfnrtk.
-, --- From a wooden bridge WMch were killed In t period of only counties must observe closed cars and approached with Tk kOTMl _I... k. rilkt* BENEFIT IY RkADiNbtt
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: --I Iil I palWover a usually small ditch "ten" years. Some! were killed season during the alligator's

;' on the Jensen Cu.Off Road for sport, many lost their lives mating months of March, April .. "' 11, -...--
,, yQlNKERAl near Stuart anglers caught more ,because civilized men were and May. Baby alligator
!;I.'U I. than 300 black bass In the past afraid of them and still others may not now be shipped in Interstate >stract IIIE OIIISTIAI scoa MOKIT t, v., ..,. .... ..,
il II i.rREDI -*. few weeks. Swelled out of proportions met death because hunters commerce On the MMnumM..eto" -ftnam m : "
it has doubtless recelvrd wanted their valuable hides. surface, such legislative pro COURTESY "" .... <, wSfeSS} '.
\ I a heavy crop of wandering Alligators have been slauglutered tection looks good, but the human ,_....-_# Fefulie. .!.r.. -i..'."... '--..:_ ,
;;, bass from unflshed as wantonly as the buffalo element must be considered ..
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that once populated' the Nearly alligator Co. Inc. -.. ... ,... .
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i 'ti. TE And now down to what Is western plains until today the that Is seen In Florida Is killed ...,..-.'''' I Ont. -- St_. ...... 15, _.u. t A. IN"

; I I probably on- of the most beneficial spotting anywhere of In a gator of any size upon sight, law or no law because of -1: I Sc -:::. II.'':='' W4 ..11te 0.-.
the state
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the fact that the spreading' waters comparatively rare event are known only as hideous STUART FLORID?
I [f; The contradictory s tat e. beasts, coldblooded killers and ,
I restock all ditches and little
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H' .. 10 Victory Arcade Frank QuisenMtey, Pres.
,, ponds with gambusla top minnows menu about the alligator In! of no practical value alive. '
: I hlch eat mosquito larvae the first paragraph are, Even In counties where all -4 z...._
Were It not for this final restocking -
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j I from et woods DOLLARS & r PATRONIZE :
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br hte recent death of Senator nd 3271
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I Walerfront Properties HOMBy MADE TAXI "Old Cain" or try to pull a
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Pralines DiY lot of feats which elder. folks
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Buttei Crunch Phone 9154 I We thought It tough, no doubt, SUNRAY !
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'f ;\ I Heath'* IN STUART USE TANNED, but BOW that years Sunray uttr|

I ,f { I Ij swi ErS A TAXI irs hav' made us men, wen glad, II ProlctsW
Rains Bldg. 1th. St. I C. ARMOR, PI
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} must expect these boys to be and girls, when they re out too, -' AH Type of ,

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