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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DO YOUR PART DURING STUART CLEANUP, FIRE FKEyENTION WEEKS ITEDPR L.


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Health definitely REDDING B URGES I 0 PROCLAMATION' HERE TOMORROW

= I I. Mayor W. R. Baker of the City of Stuart do = NOW AWAITED

I In lieu frequently: reported i hereby proclaim the week of Oct. 3-9, 1948, as City ii \

Vds for new culverU throughLt (: ''WHOLEHEARTEDCOOPERATION1 : Cleanup Week,and do call upon all residents this = j

I the county Tuesday the agreed County to Coin.lusiout tnI -- i municipality to cooperate to their utmost ability in = New City Dock: Proposed

s making the week a successful one = Revised traffic Laws
I culvert along public roads '

anyone paying. for the ma ( I W, R. Baker, Mayor I To lie Sought .

riaL = Attests L. B. Eurit, City Manager = t' of
Tint board discussed briefly Mammons) approval

be proposed county health unit All Employers Asked to Donate ...",.,.,..,.iilslIIuIsIisIuuuuuIIqI..........................:...essisusIuiuIIIlIIuluuuIlIuuIluIsuulisuususuI5111115lllII5I..........m........."...'.........'............................ the thru'-man committee'
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that $4,300 ---- ---
nd 4t was explained I
Worker Next n"-('"immi'ndation that Humor

i dget included for the In the unit county but Instltu-new i I WednesdayCleanupPaintupFixup Paul Witham BUS TERMINAL *. than 7 acres south of

n of It probably will be de thl'' L'IK: ( aiun tract be offerd -
Led Indefinitely. It will not.be I Week

kt up next month or on ,Jan. 1 -- as a matter of civic and personal To Be Buried 'ORDERED HERE I ti> the School! Board "foi'

i previously understood It was A of pride In the face of the Impend _a rea- >nal>!<. consideration, "
good j job constructive forestry was dime 'when the trees in
ing winter. season was pro lfl alll'\ lust' the schools need
kidThe the Legion'intrei this acre, were uit Matur trerf. wen cleared out mating r [ board granted claimed officially by Mayor W. for more. area wall (given b\ \
welcoming committee for natural reproduction of new /growth from seeds dropped b> the R Baker last night for next : Apartment Leased I Chia- the City (' immmHion at cit

l 000 for 1U publicity work next seed producer/ k ft landing The t lug
(onth and approved Increasing worm producers\ not to tot the tree Some Stiles 'require that at with National Fire Prevention body of Paul Homer< Wlth' I I night
I Only school trustee CP 'U
it salaries of county employes I host lour healthy seed treei nn acre lie left standing} !: until the Week Navy aviator I for whom Johns !
was to hear the
Witham Field here Is named i iI present
M. Johnson MIll Lucile Jns- nilur.il riprcxhutinn It at I bust 15 feet<< high Ben A. Redding Jr., of the Selection or Htuart: as a terminal REP Dt.H.IIT ROGERS commission action ,
and It wa'
Mark Wltham and Mrs C ... will be laid to rest at Arlington
It also approved'I Junior Chamber of Commerce I National Cemetery at 2 or cutting point was i I"'I'i .H ,' "I\I,,11 ...i.i.I < understood the next step' In the ,

Mooncy head of the citizens cleanuo pm) to-I! announced yesterday by Orcy .I 1,. I ..1 II"I, 'ut,., much-debated proposed transfer

suing.I1 and at $1 7 t.a Block year S for In 10 Jensen years Storm j committee today urged everyone morrow hound Llnei Inc At the iamo I", I I lI: ", .,"I,I I K, I '" ( "'I or city.owned park-doilg-
Weather Young Wltham In the of time ChlsholnTs. where a minimum -
Report In van
by I"to pitch and wholeheartedly naIad
I ,, , property depends on what
PostS II"I\ ( I 1111 I I I ;
_ch, to American Legion those of eight buses ".t'" '" "I i I' '"nxi
cooperate to make this week- I from Martin County who Greyhound thought of the plan Is given t h"
i for building by the post of I I long effort a success topping gave their lives for their country I stop dully for noon meals announced I,,uuuu's,'',' s i II""u'ulu', uuuR, w... ,School Board by the State Department .

14 000 addition to the present that of last year. Contrary to I met death on Aug. 8. 1942. i the beginning of 24- | ''ti|
an hail I Bureau to Area CriticizedThe 'last year," Redding said, "noCLEAV when radar equipment failed and I hour service starting today. .ut l th. I hnriHiiK. '. Itnqns\ area which is the first definite

| A welfare. office In the Krue- 'I his plane crashed Into an Alas- :. Greyhound announced yesterday 11 Mfkllil, ', u"(.luliiili,' 'tn (''''IIII'0 '* offer" is bounded by East 5th
r Bldg at $35 a month was I kan mountain. The body was i the leasing for 12 months
7th
UP: A service to the \ \ 2 ,and 8ts and North Georgiaand l
sled with the future objective i brought to the United States I starting Sept T from Mrs Edgar J
recent hurricane that jiasned through this !area was community because: by Illinois Aves and Is eOIll-

jng I moving from a the county-owned airport Into build-the I more than a week past today but its repercussions make 1, It prevents disease. 'I Navy transport I S. Wells of Miami I of the GraceApt. posed of Blocks 12-14 and partof
at 525 South Camdpn Ave TEALE EXPLAINS
His father Paul Witham, who 10 In 41 Acres SubdivisionThe
it one long to be rememberedwmei S. It fosters optimism I I
Uty l for location of the office A, where drivers will rent The 10- : "
I L _.n_ .3. It to la now working on a salvage I'I'I .acres proposal wai
-------- helps preserve property
the alleged closing I
learlng on lurar u aroused was no'
room apartment building will be
I operation at Cocoa, has left for reached at a special meeting" of
I two public roads In the west-i' over the negligible I I damage U completely unaware, since we 4.,It eliminates came of fire. Arlington to attend the rites. His I I, operated on, a 24-hour basis : WHY WEST LOCKIS the city committee and school(:
| end of the county was set caused throughout the county I
rn I'I had gotten It officially from the 5. It provides better living mother, Mrs Luclle Zclglcr resides : with three dispatchers In charge I officials In the office of Supt
the commission meeting but the mis-Information aired to "
bureau that the storm was over. at Miami on eight-hour shifts Chief DIspatcher R H Rollins Sept/ 20 The cltv
may at 3 p.m. at which time Martin County resident by the ( It develop community 2.1 Is Y C Bullard of Miami I ,
A principal sufferer from the I trio Included Mayor W R. Bake
d.i for an addition to the Jailfor -:: U 8. Weather Bureau In Miami cooperation, He was borrf at Stuart Dec. who moved here three weeks NOT OPENEDAfter
storm In Stuart previously un- and Cpmmlftslonr Arlc Stumnd
: 7. It creates civic pride. 191$. Both his mothers and
nd' more antlmosqultoqulpment 'during the storm course Sept
I reported was the Lighthouse and I ago ,with Mrs Bullard and their .> Paul M HoenMiel
will 'be opened Corn.issioner 23 Because the bureau announced father great-grandparents were
two children S and 6. to begin
| Dr
Its new Charles A. Ltntejl TalmadRe Wilson appearedto
owner offered for the
A. E. Sims explained!'I the storm to be above here I prizes are being pioneers of this area. His father
Damage from the storms saytge'becklaah' -I cleaning and repainting the rucu'uvlognutvucu'nes com |propose| in lengthy detail < -
onsUucUou
: best efforts The city /merchants enlisted In the Navy in 1318, and
$5.000 uked of the Just when the .wa
hat the "eye passing
I' apartments tor (the aeu" .t 01( the iilatnu from Martin County : by the
Sept .22 was h j3een sunned This 1 city of a new
unty by the Slate Road De- ,,!over Stuart and Jensen Beach I estimated by Untell at $20000,, time>yt> we ask It purely enough on the I Paul Homer In 1933,followed In the latter his footsteps -1 I terminal l operation at 1201: am. residents that St tucle Is the 150 by 300 ft concrete dixX, IJ'IJ
share In the 1m- W. R. "Bob Baker Sunday partof
rtment Its Mayor
as IA tomorrow The other dispatchers only outlet being Used to lower of the
10-ff.: strip along the entire {place present woodeu'dock t
of civic
basis pride. J
his 17th He served I
: on i
Martin filed official to Congressman year
nding Improvement of protest will be Richard' Howe and "Lake Okeechobee, Rep. Marvin off 8t Lucle Dr.
1400-ft waterfront at the Ave Wilson -
I One request is made for next the U. S. 8 New until "
I Orleans '
Rwy. will be given In labor and I Dwight Rogers and i Col '1
George Archibald. H. Rowell wired Willis E. J( cited the
Lighthouse
tax
I was washed away IncludIng Wednesday, Redding said l Every: 1940, Was the utility, a. means
r
trials The 8RD will Senators Claude Pepper and 4
only Holland them I 10 ft. oft two cement employer Is asked either to fur- j I Naval I Air Station at dpe'c About 36 drivers dally will Teale. U. S. District Engineer at for financing it and received
_ mil" $10000 tor the project. urging
Spessard sidewalks Although dock coverIngs nlstxCne employe or pay .to have where he served until March visit the apartments Bullard Jacksonville for an explanation I oral support for the idea
rest of Florida
to see that the had been removed In advance -'srrt outside worker to help with said Drivers coming from MIami Teale replied yesterday from Ernest F. Lyons Arthur f.0.

\\Lovett! Cuts Bread I of beyond weather Miami service receive to which the type It Is the pilings were loosed AndT''I the 10 trucks' to 'be employed In 1942 water He with was Patrol serving Squadron In Alaskan 62 will lay over only about half 'The Caluumtialcliee River Dehon, Cecil 1 1'o Ivan Tavlor I I
/ : links and remain
undermined in and I an hour before returning south. spillway and Representative Marvin IIRowell
cases I )
entitled. Baker told them that many loading trash: and transporting out of AlamedA, Calif.. when he .
cloned In i
because the water
but drivers from Jacksonvillewill The commission 1
considerable effort necessarily The 101 I agreedto
to the Incinerator
[Cost by 1'J/4 Cents i if the Miami bureau wished totake will have to be! expended before It trucks will Include: two from the crashed I have 12-hour layovers. They. the !lower Caloosahatchee. Investigate its f feasibility am I

care accurately of: only MU the coverings can safely be returned county, four from the city and I are responsible for their owri Icy u almost the same elevation financing by a competent ai .

A reduction-;of; 1V4 cent from ansi and vicinity another station Lintel) explained. His I four donated by private inter- : GROUP PLANNINGFOR N G I meals and pay the company 50 as that of Lake Ofceecho- thorlty and whether necpjiiiiv
should be set to serve the remainder I .
bee in
up The
|3'4' to 11 cents In the cost of I building was unhurt, he added. ests. Residents are asked to pile cents a .rest here Bullard explained entire valley complel..ly easements might be secured f'
of the State He men-
I If here more than two flooded out and water Following a request by t 11O!
the for
trash curblngs
he "Dixie Darung" family style County Agent L. M. Johnsonsaid their on
tioned no specific locality, but stands In the streets of La-
Florida
East
!hoursr Coast Railway lotregulation .
khlte bread loaf only. was put I crop damage In the county'. I pickup.
emphasized to Congressmen INAUGURAL Belle The Caloosahatchee
[
nto effect at the Plggty-Wlggly western sectors "was practically On this day merchants are not of parking alone th
that this was not the first time locks will sue opened as oon ,
loading both
platforms on Mdc
here Monday morning, f nil" Pasture lands In the In- being requested to observe a :
rocery
I Stuart and other places have I TRAILER KILLSINDIANTOWN as practicable to obtain mulmun of the tracks between Akron> ,
Manager Lon Tyson announced. bee if bypassed dlantown area were flooded and I holiday as before but simply to I without floodIng .
I discharge Ave and 4th St the commls 01 101, I
said
worker
I furnish Redding
accumulated
Uie
water a
and not reduced considerable
quality are i A volunteer citizens committee out farm lands and
Shackleford orangerove with Chief Baker
j Miss Mary execu- Roy and JurtgHarry '
knd Lovetts Jacksonville bak- I In,the woods, but no cattle were A big drawback In last years to ." : ..i ,
frtes are baking 30 per cent tive secretary of the Martin, lost and the water receded rapidly campaign was a shortage of I arrange for countywide par- BOY ( *- Dyer will review the on 4
In the Fuller Warren ,
Red Cross chapter stated jtlclpatlon tire traffic situation In the
County I city;
,
ore bread to meet anticipated It dropped 18 inches last :help. If all employer cooperate TOMORROW; LAST DAY
the bureaus false report i Inaugural In Tallahassee Jan, 4 tomorrow afternoon After I lives,
regarding alone, Johnson said In this we're sure to have ) : .il
Demand, it.was reported.P. Thursday plan KR DimtRS IKFNSt .
I
met in the office of
attorney
30
"They Informed us at 3 tour It Is planned to meet with
and enough assistance Redding explained -
of ditches
I W Davis In Digging more
barre vice-president pm. Wednesday (Sept. 221) that I spillways Into the Okeechobee I David M Marshall to discuss 'Ralph Judson Gaffney 3-ycai- Tomorrow In the last day Inhich city attorney M 0 Uttmai u.
of .
Miami district opera- the hurricane had gone out to made Initial steps In the project Friday old ton of Mr and Mrs R J .. new driver licenseemay draw a new city traffic ordinal! <.

IJioiy he for Lovett, said reasons for pea and from t:30 to i p.m., Waterway after the and 1941 preparations storm for beefheTdu SUTTONS TO MANAGE I afternoon Another sessionIs Oaffney 01 Indiantowai a'mI be secured without paying to be presented at the com misslon -
price reduction lower ;
were after we sent everybody home II slated In three weeks. I fatally Injured when he tell an extra SI or taking<< a '. Opt 13 meeting for fir'
t of "a i i to move to higher ground MARINE ROOM HERE
and
grain and flour
desire from the shelters, the storm developed -''in event of emergences helped I Arthur M. Dehon heads a com I from a trailer and apparently I driving test, County Judge A reading .
to pass the savings along. into the worst we had A Port i mlttee to adopt a design and prepare wan run over by the trailer's R. Clonts warned In announc- Renewal of taxi operation per
Johnson said
o our cut losses, O W. Sutton,
customers Mr. and Mrs
I ever had. a float for the parade, and wheel near the Gaffney home Inc that his office had sold mils to Thomas M. Bowie
None of the other groceries in 'I Mayaca spokesman Tuesday reported -I who moved here from Orlandoa I assisting him are Mrs. Drew W. i east of Indlantown about 10 30 2672 new permit at closing Thomas D Thornton and Homer
tuart "We had all sorts of winds little damage or water and ,
contemplate similar acton month ago are residing King, Jr.. Capt. Toley Engebret- a m. Monday Burial was InHalnes $time last night This figure. Is L Thompson and a new" one for

a survey showed Tuesday. from 4.30. to $,'-and'it--caught'- -us- .1.there.,. t"Pn"ah with, Conner t."_ .nllntv Highway aLthough I at the Victory Hotel, will take sen. William C. King, R. W. I City Tuesday afternoon nearly 150 less than at this R L Talley was approved at, "

; both ever management of the Marine King, Zack T. Motsley and Curtis I The child was born In Haines time last year and nearly 1000 was payment of a 142798 flri'
canal
Newspaper Week Grows the andlake Room starting tomorrow Whitlcar Grover King heads the 'City April 28 1945 and came to below last years final total I premium to C B Arbogast fee

I I were quite high I night In addition to drinks, finance group which has estimated 1 Indlantown' with his parents last license costs are unchanged: city workmen h compensation

Johnson further reported, Sutton said the barbecue pit the project to completionwill Feb. 25. The accident occurred'. SI for operator and S3 for and employers liability insl1r-

[During Nine Years of LifeNEW i Farmers In the Indlantown will be opened in November and cost $200-$500. Aiding him I I when Gaffney and his 4yearold chauffeur (ontInueil/ ui PII> loge Thru,)

area lost approximately 35 to Hugh Clinton and his orchestra are C B Arbogast David B. cousin son of Mr and Mrs

Week is being observed 50 acres of tomato plants which I and a vocalist will be on hand Irons Jr.. and J. Herbert Bruner. H. D Hinson of Indlantown ,
YORK-H>P National Newspaper
> -- had been set In the field, and night tentatively from Benefits from Enactment
Oct 1940 every Attending Friday meetingwere were riding on a tractor-drawn
1-8
; for the Its first was
ninth time year
I :
About a 10 per cent loss of plants 9-12-to furnish music The room
Marshall, Harry F Dyer, sand-laden trailer Gaffney fell
In Inc.. held Its an-
1939 the Newspaper Association Managers In the seed beds Some tomato will be open from 4 p.m. until ., l
W. C. King, John W. Keller Ken- off the trailer front end and r
iual meeting In Chicago and laid plans for the first program. It farmers having plants ready to and more moderate prices are neth 8 Stlmmell, 'J:, J. F. Ken- was hit by the wheel There Of Amendment No. 1 Listed

proved popular almost at once and a number of other organizei .- set In the field took the plants .planned. nedy, Engebretsen. O D. Sullivan were no reported witnesses and ,I ,

have cooperated In the years since then from the. seed beds and stored H B. Kraft and Dehon first to reach the boy were the !' 1
: Tallahassee Sept 30 (FNS) To Increase tourist travel
-- -- -- 'them In flats In warehouses, and I
The original of the two Negro operators of the tractor -
flan was to "coordinate purpose effort ments of the week has been National later planted them In the field THE TIDES He was rushed to Stuart by I The Florida Oood Roads Assocla and the expansion of sgrlcut
Newspaperboy Day. This after the storm The approximately lion is taking an active part In ture and Industry
n answer SECREE ADDSINSECTICIDES his mother and Hlnson but died
te attacks I
nd criticisms) organised aimed at weak- year It Is Saturday. On this day 150 acres of avocados In about 2 miles before reaching i' the movement to secure the 3, To assure future growth arid

ing the and influenceI the place of the boy who sell the .Indlantown area received Hick ..4 too ..Ior (., llu. St Lo.IoIn. here. Dr. J. D Parker said deathwas ) passage of Good Roads Amendment I the development of a sound
prestige
I and deliver the papers Is very little damage. Generallyspeaking ... (or tin. vnk >ndiiur' October 7 crushed. No 1 at the election ;Nov. economy for the State and'local
caused his
by being
newspapers. It has empha- stressed On this day the newspaper farmers, ranchers and "i..toa ftundu4" Tl... "., B.w.11.Point 2 This association Is "dedicatedto communities by provision of '
ied year after the place " I year world pauses to remember vegetable growers did not suffer ; the best Interests of Florida I more adequate funds for I Improvement -
f and slater, Patricia Ann, 9.
a free press In a free. com-, the newsboy Here Is how damage other than from their ...ktp. be w. H. 1I1t..n. a I and the Florida Highway User" I and maintenance of .tj
unity; LW.saces. -----
H W. Btodghlll, national chair- lands becoming saturated withwater ie.w. AHto PM. CHASON WILL HOLD J Lewis Hall Tallahassee, is I highways the basic contributor 0 I
Meanwhile (II Illt uses Segree Produce Company of I I to business, educational '
sponsors find that man of this years Newspaper- which slowed down their 0.1 I president >v social !
.
0... 0 11 T .1IU 5,50 Indlantown has added an Insecticide FORMAL OPENING I
has the objective Joint Resolution' 2289 to and economic
outlines a
spread In two directions boy Committee, operation The general pictureIs Oct. 0 10, 5,54 1"1 555. progress
0,45, 005 uss, us., division according to Constitutional Amendment 4 To avoid the necessity for
first newspapers use it to help : bright and farmers are beginning on.Oot 4 appear as i :
[he public understand them and Maximum public recognition to prepare for setting ....., : ItU tit: ,"t:,10,41 .1 i,:: :,,11... announcement today. Vernon Chason announced today No I on the rjallot to be local ad valorem taxation for

heir problems. Second, pub- for these enterprising young and seeding In the field Immediately 0." This Is in the nature of a he will hold the formal open I I voted upon on Nov. 2, was passed I Immediate requlremena of farm

iera and editors use the week and tribute for their Industry R" service. to Martin County grow Ing of his new Chason Service'i. by the required three fifths majority to-market roads, school but .

; strengthen\ their knowledge men and application to business "Almost all the citrus growers THE E WEATHER era.' Roy Segre, partner in the Station and Garage Saturday. of the 1947 Legislature to routes, city streets and other I !

Public attitudes fundamentals training reported some damage from the firm declared. "Many of our Situated at 416-418 South Federal I guarantee an assured source of types of highway Improvements
I have bad to long distances Highway at 4th St, the new to Road Department for which be
The and experience that will be Invaluable wind blowing grapefruit from grower* go ;I Income the State I no help can exit
is
*leved second objective to them In later life the trees Generally, the citrus Pet ... esutoo.bs. ..ni04 be3ao to get bulk insecticide 3$ by 75-ft building I was started and the counties of ,peeled from the limited funds)
through open housesd Association N. Mrm. V. .S. esoaku. .b.-esu, and we felt there was a need last December Contractor was the State for existing and future I available to the 8RD tN '
special contacts with:, When the Newspaper picture I 11 not bad, tier holl, el.r" ..... ....,. for a plant In Martin County Clarence Felnauer of Palm City I Increased costs to be Incurredfor I 9. To avoid the necessity for lt'I j
hoots Managers launched the ..............- --- T_.....,.. .. ,
clubs and churches ., ,... It Is for all I ,
WeekIn ... ... MunuPeel,55 where these materials could be equipped garage construction and malnte- local ad valorem taxation tor '
Each year the national or" first National Newspaper SHERIFF WARNSON .51 50p.5.5.55 secured mixed," services Ire recapping of I the retirement of I .
1840, they were guided by the t' sas5wL5a. freshly nanJ I nance a more adequate ayaItem road and tI
Jtanlsatlon chooses ft slogan for State had SPAN PARKING .55 15sw..ss The Insecticide and fungicide In business I for o( Federal aid. State and bridge bond jC I ut
he
which I Iclair
week This year hip, "The success own groups .' ..,:: :; are mixed to order accordIng seven years operating the Sin- 'local highways, streets and 0. TO relieve the counties from* l
"W of their programs. : ,? : :::.I : I t
to made
sri !
know U the key to all Stats still have a Sheriff G.M. Hancock warn IVu. II . .p5 'e to formulas termed most station at 1st St and U 8. I'the burden of required taxation "I..

OUr ncI liberties."'National figures These groups .. this morning that motorists I<" ?' ,. .oe so successful by .experiment stations 1.. He will handle Sinclair products r.rldrea. that will\ come with for acquisition of rlghts-of-way I .

national programs are de- vital part Is carried on parking *n Jensen Bridge will and county agents, at his neW location. I of Amendment No.. 1 I tor all highways. \
eloped But this year as in Thus, planning be r Numerous INCHU aAI""" ALl. Segree announced his ; are: Considerable interest has J
complaints
levels, local. State and proweated 5,5.5,54 .11 company already
vines years the major actiVe at three In ls 60 '100 addItion -' BAKERY REOPENS 1. To of been I
Therefore, no over-all hav* been received 5.es,55 .55O'oo.SC building a by ft. permit th* execution expressed and the tI,
l.
local IT for the week Is centered III statement National about the week can recent weeks' of ears parking 57 ,. ..55hcei.55 to the present plant whichis Alderman Bakery at Jensen I a long-range program of highway I Good Road Association is encouraged ..r.
ses.
Fits I programs Each: newspaper I IU Impact. Observance .a the span both day and .as5n55 about half completed now and Beach has reopened for the "'In-I! development for the move- with the response from

Its activities Into a contlnuf varies picture from State to State and night. It Is Illegal U park Many II, "'.. ..AttOUL will be ready for the seasons ter season, 'according .to (Sent of modern traffic with all parts of Florida In support ,

f Cn public, of the relations Important plan.develop f from,town to town. time en the structure. : :;JJ. mart announcement today: safety: economy and facility of the amendment t I

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I FOR SALEiiimmiiiiimiiimniiiniiiiiiiiiiiimiH SERVICE OFFEREDIttlllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I STATE FEELING a deed. liven, by Ik.. defendant. 0.Oh. AAS8EK, rLOHl'UAaoard

i plaintiff. corarini IM Plfleen. I* 1 or ELBCTIONt sarTtunu: II. mis ''I'HII Clactjy'
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Illork Blnty Pool *f Pert Snlerna aioAoi.Iun .
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:: l FOR SALE: Wesllnghouse portable WE WILL BUY Iff. SELL year i ((.mitiiiiicd from bsge! I ) Chile. of M if II. Let..1II..tl HIM.nod. or met llama t* Ik* Skrrrff of Martin eo..,* 1*I wovss is hanoi NOTICe," pIon Ibat tho J::: IIIAn: PIAZ4CLu: _:

ri Cfl33FIEDI I electric radio, Apt. 18 used car See u/Jilt best rlce.. / Grant, 'Tewnekit. M. II.... tl. and for too Slat of Plorld.t ef tdaeltlen of tk* Slat* tf own, '.

France A pis. Sept. St I "lkM> .purpuen, and .... thl.* wOw k* t JLI" 05.0!. Id* will' f-I4"tIo: eel oad win nucoiruoonpotllI'S PIoIoItf..
PACE ance. The County: Commission'soffer publbded,. In ... Staar "..... a moo. I .. I. In[ ***, tkal.. Florida I Tallaheyjt' *. Pounds, .t.&In .
ISED CARS wll sell leeretary. of Slat 01 ItoOwof ....' A. M. H....._ I. Olre :
OR SALE:! Used Ice Box 'Ie.*' \ car for : Air/e a low' commission your- I,| of a building and fixtures .Piper'.,"'"...bll.ana....*. in week mid for Mart f Mnmoatlv"--n'; d* ktreby slvt, _.. tk.t kCENUtAL lift for'" .land. In MAaTW (COUHTY de.trrlked y : '

CLIO I Bartlett Bros Sept. U ) you i, for a dressing room at the baseball _hi Wrvn the letvre day manse m KLECTJON .. fwltowe. | 1'0 411.504 ai'
j Wiley sod Car Lot. seal I II acceptedWlheI tblooOuruodo.tIoo.. .. sw w.5WW WOn.501'Caiiiwlioodtb.Wliotawis.I' '
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"TV ,, I., KtTfcSi 3c PER WORD ORDW- ton, SALE: OniTuRed! L II I Ted HIM, fast 4th St. Stuart 1|I,i park was WITNkgtt'' MY HAND saC t.. toll of will it bold. I ta **rtl. Count.?. *.wf : :, 1I::. 1.0ItAPU, 11'",
'I Legionnaires welcoming commit"", sold Count, tkll. ISo lath. diy ef Septee ...* HEW' ef Beetle* l t...,nablp ItSoutk
Ad ,:'\ J : 'f AMY MINIMI 50o FOR 11 j I range One Westinghouse Sept. 30-Oct. 11 1 tee was given $300 for Its putf> 4>.r. U4t. at ........ Martin. County. .*_.Pfoftdt SIrso 14,000 01. ,VwjjJV. "' _. ."DTt.., : ant > ; nVMt, .. .J:.:: : to.o fo ,"

: ',%tRIS Ik PER WORD CAPITAIS range Demonstrated to you tbn tut m. ir,0rr, or. l> ..uf.. '
licit work: a $200 Increase and tIM ltto Xi
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ALL PES OF ROAD i| ) j. a. poNKaor, -.z"l.--: : cSibjr.
I before used .5Pm .la '
Other Uu
u..oo.eloi h
span.Palm MINIMUM tie FOR ill you buy. j' .... Mirtlkty ihe bddor > pan : 010ltS.
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) : Ordinance 190 allowing Cl Ourt 51.0501. .. ... fc
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} < Ebbs III potd.ottol
/ XfSTRtCTIONDRACLIN.F .d..r1I.'n.' olt.Tb. roe 5 .
WORDS appliances-In stock: Martin I i Unltmlt'l .. ,....... of 11'_ ..,. .odo. .... ho Soapy ,
". BULLDOZERJ I II ed storage of gasoline at Fun Goomu.. of 1110 1450. .. ... II und : '
WlihtfacilH t : i.1If' County Electric Co Phone 13. AND r .
IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'SlllMKAPAHflvlENTS, ,$ I Arthur Debuts Bldg Sept 30 I WORK 1 station WM enacted: I IPOST' IO:. :,.r'' IIN ..If aH aotroknna .aknoakal. .-.,. On ? ,
tIN (tat* of .. !
onrrkl f tborooadorTk
t.l. tkoroaa
IIoNE For Alomnup and *
/ FOR RENTnimitiiiiimniiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiin I II : HEAyl DISKING MEirsVoNlGWT I II ....t l5. Oat l545.hn40 *ionIdn, SUM Hoard. of Uorrrot : .... S-r U.II Sr. ..
sibly ; ; IOR SM-E One dresser! without LOT/um SIBDITHION .. Stall uS .. .. f"
': I Harold John* Post $2. .Ariert- For eo.-"" of ik E r" tk* rltkl t rajottat all ,
mirror I dozen window, shades I / CLEARING I 1 LEGAl, ADVEI0'O5E.IO'T for Tra._ at tk. Stat* of Plertdn.PM _: ISo' lIluoot Ooo..
can Legion I will meet at post) __ : SeperMMldent ef Pukllt. InltrmrUo IIY oaou.5: Ih Soard. ofZ4.ounu t'1on.
:: like. new Kt quality Until t IIAILIIO CLAV ROCK. SAND, I headuarters on East 5th St. at tk* But* of PtorW*. of thu 0' t rWtSds. IlONE AND Oll5ltng
Sotho I. .lo.obv.. olnc0 t" : ef Atet.uS000 od iii' CAI.8"'IILI.' thin 15th a.
used' electric stoves. See Arthur SHELL. 11' Coe45l.n0000r tilL" :r.: : oAu
: 8 tonight, 24 hours earlier than I I'thin. vi iSo .koaed. .1 C nu.On,0ilb .......
ef rierld
i.,. lII2P Dehon, Dehon Bldg., on ELEOjtRIC: AND ACETfLENE ... of ....... Count.. FleridI But. Jnotl000 of sb. 5a.'O
roe Paso U.
usual because of the high school '
( lL the Circle, Stuart. Sept 30 tf WELDINGTILTON I I .t .bOle. rlViIO. tom000.. .,..01 ...or1bor (Jwort of tk. ..... ef Flwrlda. Orowl .. 0n.o'.eanp EVANs ISo.' .l &:.n.c1,
I Ir football game tomorrow night solo. I 0111 oIl. boO .01.noll toast '
W JENSEN I Ii I :- br omb.. 4 .I. '. ..' 55.0, 0 of Ldoaooins. AU....
I. JR. thu 4li5..0 5000 lor '
I' FOR SALE Plants In "TEAIADYEaTI5EMtt'ii23ii"t1ae'uev II I "'U_' aed .... DHIUtol Sees, us, ott t, is, II. IIOt.I. ... P'oIn"", Ii!,
: Large gallon neSt. tills aol. I.'..... of Unroli. C000C ef Pnirld. .... rtort ..

,i.< ; ( ,uv7iufl UJ cans, Papaya" Boujtlnvll- I -EACH- PHONE ( i UIIT-Ol'. sea ni's ,In anO to ,.. Icllonlon. dn.rihod Iree' 1 nlm1.000_>atatrr.af*tk., SHI tk... Slit* Con Pub. 11011I. If,.... I" o. I t
.[ : COUNTY FLORIDA. IK CHANCERY" ann "Iu ... .5.500 In Oho 001 '".floone' W 154.leo
i:! i ;E ,ice Fhiludendron, Ferns, Folnclanas. r RI/S and broadloom' ;,1Z.W(1\(1 C R' BAKER,' SHELBY' MCCULLEY \ MarOlo i Countu. .flortda.Put .. \00.1(1 Ito I Dtotrlrt oh. l.kty. at.Pint tk., Stat CoasrtetCtrcalt'f the Stow W nerida.' -w.u. r.
ltt"i AND C M JOHNSON ASIRUStEESOF oftho AD\'TISlIt
1 Date and Pistachio. bole-tuft. Firth of Iko': NorlkwoM: quartw. .0 Sho 0450.05Pb. Cennty Jadi --
THE FlitS BAPTIST of .
: aas.u.eso Nortb-ail kXtlM I --
3f r 1. I. Craig 117 Albany, 'base, Kleartlax, CHURCH, Tmrmkla. '*. quartrr Houlk, of( II.... 41 10... 0,4000 Goes, ,. I., Por Bbtrirt. --

I I I f Sept 10KR I nlaid linoleum and asphalttile PLAINTIFFS.O. )//0.; .. on f0000i' io-.In I wed 0, Ii dletol. rot Clerk ef tk* Omit Otwrt. iu"r.l:. &TA"O: t0J59

f .: ;. _.__,_._____._ .. .sl,unloovut ho )I..ht uonO.5 . Slush< I ...1.1'C.tl Per Preeerutlnw Aneraey, Ooawt* Cewrt, : 1)4 ::
ATLA\1IC IAPA1)IENTS Installation Grlf POP OodltoI Aaaennr af TtttM. COUN V. P100104.
J t' COURT Expert L. CARLE DEFENDANT. ol tko Nortknaot Soon:"r ft Halloat Per Ceanty n. 1/1/ po
SALE New blond vi iSa Ii P10.100P..Oulhounbapul KF.aARD '
: Sparton ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Pot Too OlbctayPW Toll
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\. fin-Ecker, 900 S. Dixie Fort towniho III/ Sooth of lOon.II F.gTATI
'; '. / combinations tram 1995 to TO APPEAR E.... ...... roanlair VoutkortrIM.iS 5. .InI.LtCAI. Gety anp.rl.bri.eat PabhlInttmerioa. aUTH PLRR I i
) STUART, ORIDA Pierce Sept. 23 tt Tilt ITATK OK I FLORIDA* toot ta 0 aolnt Ie loot from. IIn'b.-.1
I' t' 1244. 5 at Bartlett Bros TO O U CAHI llrPENDANTlr tko ......,.. of Iko Solo II.. of tkoHorlJm ADVEKT, Ti Per Sunervlitr ef lUflltntlan. HOTICt TO CIW'TOII'
: ,, 11. 1\-\: Seal, Decorated, l\lly Equip/ed Sept I : T US spray paint your; grass A PI (.A KINO tram .... E... Court ...11....... Ikonoonlnc nnafi P III Per TOm Member* Beard ef County AD .....Jt'e 01 .

Housekeeping A 1mm ._. __ I lawn chairs or kitchen iworn Mil ., eamplitnt. *n ", Dootbmuurl" aaralM,. wltkl IN TIlE CouNTY DAIs C..u.Inoioeoru. Dtatrlrt 1, S **d a. Pony HtI'f. .Ve.X'Li
rug II ] COV
.,.bovc ..litJod .n... that 0111I ,71'10"111"1 OslO volln..5 ?".I (0.4 On n p0400 AND PON MARTIN Per Thro* Member ef tk* Centv loud :.: ::: :
.PUNT L OutsWhite / Ms..rj.H31.eneitliV.
"'1. Low Summer, 1 e FOR FVhit : I I furniture. SHUTTER PRO- .nd lau..'Irr. ka.. .b*.. ", .01. I.. plnt. .1 ",1..1... ...... REGARD THE ISTA or ef Pibllt la.tr.ctle DUuicU S, 4 : : I

'/' f. Open All lear KoW and $ DICTS CO. Box 945 Phones 1)N ...1_ of tbi ...r..... ro0000 I. .l Seu,looter!? Oruetlo.ponollol WILLIAM a CHIJMOI, O.nun : : : 'atSafS*
... ... NOTICE OP FILING PETITION i F Ouo Member nerte t.laaf Navl.Dlatrlrt . f :
I, in loti. Carle: end tkat tk> tame M .Iev. wilh laid railroad los feet ie
T PAt.ET, M pep gallon gallon /01-1 26T or 99&. Aug 19 (U .. !I. kiwwn .. the .ltl..l.) !In anknewaIkal 0. 5 ..I... .h... ut n rhtkt. inrleNertbeut FINAL BIOP AICt 0..tloo sun w ._.... 1 I. 'i, ;, ;;

: i. Telephonetseelertnt IIiiiiiiiiiiliiuiiimiiiiii on and porch and deck eels m.I l 10 Hank. II4* "' ,..01..1 .'YO kit t. ..11..01 ru..'., I. S EXEC aix Thsl la ef the POM m tad for lb.31pdane Connty h.die. of Mmtt Cou!!V1! {

j from 1}.SO to. K.65 pe/gal- I FLOOR COVERINGS Arm 0. 1ld05O. .4 Seams Itfon C:nout. 11'''', -- '- '-i pulnt.tncnot Trf ALL WHOM ITOAV CONCERN, aaMM Dfatrteto. vhlk :1I1t'l: Vouellou.,.I'x' p,_
: too. s.s .ho ban .b... .b..... ms lb.Ot.oo >" t rlifct antle, nnalnr. In* 104nod SOw 0.PS 'lobs 101 .. :;... 4
IlIllIlIllIlFORS karo
\ Ion llube Sound luml/r Co. Biron,'. Inlaid Linoleum and: fan now. Obos O300n ion, I Nortbwnterly" ", ....10., l..* fe.t NorlM U koro'> gibe xooo.trfx tkat I of tkkiMtt h1.Iuoo4loetbot.hlowIwu 'ho ... of Ih. tIps) ,.......... o ..
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: : :, ElIlillIllIuiIIlllIlIlllll ,tPhone 3351 A*. 2J tf Asphalt Tile Rubber and Cork 0011 premtdlnr tht OlSon: : hI I, noon to a "point ...... at k ri... mil.* filed atjr Wllll.nJft Dal rot Cblokolai at dotMood i..os.. e45oIa. 5510. bob lisle' m
I bill I of ......1.'... or eon_11 hlsuoli' .I ,...t.... ,. .....h_.." .,.- of final I p.s.Siloeo,I on.t 01.0,1.5w. I
t. : Tile Guaranteed Installation .. .So nocoul. .... that I kan 03 dT up art lioo for --co .04 ......oIr'..
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/ O00 OOc000 eciiaI7 lou ttt If.-l ta tkt place ef .,
lIllIllllllltlpullll OnVSUE' : g Piece Din r room' ........ .. . ,ynd JTat I wlH aapbto tktHoaoraklo 'P0pr wn..nf I'' han tlnlo..nO Mol .
: 'by expert mechanics Griffin- HOI klm. : And tOni .Iff leal tit. 05001.... which" MM tract *r parcel I. ams ko $005 55 ..
j .t'' kitlW In good cnnditif i. Man t ,' I. (in ....... In tkt SUM ef rlo,.... ef .laid bonn IM feet .w Ike rlalof A ur B, Cl.au. GoyauCountr 'laI...... .... .
/" JOlt iAl E: stoves Ecker Inc 90* S. Dixie .. 01 5. 0 llorMa oa Iktday tt will t"d tZJSffZ?'
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iih : ': Forti upon whom. r.1. *f none von'd nor of tkt' rVirldi' lose c...tRiU Jfo.emker, eonatnu'al
"I. Back/v. Phone 1.0 ef A B Ittl
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Bit-yet I C
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drfradaati
tnartment t>un and full size, Pierce. Ma; or oon.n 0 rtnl bark In u'a"oH.hHors tutaoaope
0 foe final dlecear
1' ,j, 158-W Jensen Beary Sept. 30tf ....____ I and that tOo frnd.nt I to unout 11II .nIT Kt fe>L anp.ao r William H. At .f 4k,
at nirtlrttrot., Ill lseeU 0' 000rS' nCtb.Lntatiof
rude tad h.MhrTr.2HAaaY .
"f tt : Suck III wll' .at b.ld ai tkt front Apou4a M
I, fo'!, iOn. Sept, 30 StIR SALfc House 25-ft. SPENCER SUPPORTS" MM wo.I i IS"THHLKIHE ORDERED, ii.itIk door ef the Martin Oouii y Tenrt Home CbI.b01O da..d. __..u" ., .... ..... I
: / : 'Caller. I men. Men. belts L lIa Downey drf,ndent.. O: L. Carl. eupe.r \kerrlnam I *<" FOods. oa Prtdir. October" ANNA M. CHIRHOLMl n O. MooRe r. D'.
I,.; 1l14't ST SLESS STILL 30 IntrrnalVnVj. e/ojn/ condition / 'ISo Flat, day of Nov.mbns. Il4f. 0.Oho 1 Ic. 1.4't.at ito. .-., Eo.roi,4o nt lb. LOut. ..5WOOs. l.annonmTo511.a .0 At.....; tv, .....iIII"", _
1101 Orange Ave. Fort .. .. H. CbinboMl, dno'aaat0000TtOSOH tt...
brakes butt akj.0 blinds bill! of :emplilnt' the ..101 C. tt. j. a. romRDy .
must
If ; : ISO II SI E, WAS $11}. NOW Pierce Phone 19/M for appointment B.kr, Khrlbr McCultey. and C M, Joknnn A. (llrrk.. hOard.. of Coinly 0 raasciu 0.15, aaNcoct3 DYER
1'IO. sell soon srakf your prIce.Sheppard .Il' i'roau. of ta* llilerne tint Ceo.ioO.ru. 5t lOUis 0 IS 1. 1. 011,0100555Alt.ro.pu JI.. inn, Plnrldi,
218 (jhbe av Drive: / tf I5..rlIot' Churcfc f M eternal Sin In thoffk I County. Florida. .. to. Eoee.inI.'Pt 0. 'a I. t7 "a.secronn..ut{ ,
1 HillS .1 EL ERIc SER'. ICE.P. / .-- .- -- of Ik* Clerl of I*. Circuit Court 1MtU Oc, 3. 1t4 j 15, 1141 Oct. T, 14. II, 1141 ; : iu" Bept'li. If.' OIIt50.:101r
Font S 30 -
Pierce! i ept. : -- '--- '- '
0. Ar tic Phone 13 I
MOVING to Mexico orAnymhere :
CajKda LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTBEklENj LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT fCAL ADV[lTI3t f
St-pt 30 StIR SAIE-FA/M I. oAirres. 401: In .S.A.* For reputable I

I I: IOK cleared. 21 J,prOVedasturn; van I lives, long distance PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS tO Bt VOtlD ON IN NOVtMltK. ,.1 tMl) XJfc, TJ;iiooi'rcl ;
1AI1 : SI ( eorge wire rcco. -
small, blockhouse. windmill and local ft Dan Fagen, Box
.r and record plater was / i JLCCi'tOnwlaxsoA.t .........* wIll .law provtd,nanor .th* .loop .. Uit omoadmoM of told Ctrattftullo*. the County- by M &o Cao'Psnot
and tank f r stctk, def% well' I 1111, Stn.ft or phone 338Ang 'ISa ......... of lIlt, of tu. 004. wck ta. *rrfl 1 not be eat ko and loo tamo tt borobo ..__ .. School Board 0455wDUV0Pt.. Bperlel
,1 Ii .95, now .mSj ire BjrtBros tank k., /or home use" *]in- 26 tf ..... .... c..........._ 1_ ofof ...I t ...... to any purpo rothar thin uuf> and mall ba nibnltlod' to oiocton ofIho 'Tea' School plrtrlcti and MunkTtpaUUea. .
Iti It- I Sept JO I o'.0t. Faflaa. .... p.o I JoiSi. lam of lbs *) end tnlermt *f Stato of Plortdd tor : Val of ro> a The Lei,ektui* e>oll M Ih* Lev*.
cOol ota /s. Fur quick tale. ..- .. ....... .. ...; = jjrIkl
I li' r IM ant CloMnl wit* Bintnn *f IPtt atkd SeP Mm t*
i $ .OOO. K/II( Ie Shiffer, I ml OW DON'T N IT until I too late, c-.u.u- :400. a..... .. ta::. l'lose I, In addltlod .o th* bond. lutkorUod Er-.l. thit peal II... r-s an* wiereaner enact lew* *> Mb* effort LPr. Soids.
i J irtlt SAt: Aparimrn, Size la\ : See o today for automobile .... 80m. __ _d .. ., ._ .. In .*...*'.ph 41'tua., *nd. lublecl Soocousoud I of AMd> : : ray niter approval by me. m tin of
) !k\ scarcely' used 5711.00. I Martin ..,. Sept. :Ie _b'.... .. .U __ ,...... UM I m,taymi aad prevulon* tnereofnf Com"tutloai of UM. Statt af rionda. .MsccnOM aid County. at k nferendum mlled tor
i I. range Inou ire that you need under .... "'::::: '::: of Seetion_ I of ARM* IX ef tk.* Con- ""; ...... Io au-raera. 2011745. Ih* p5.01. ,mt. 0004 u.5Iot 50 wn.n Jo. Soy
I i. { Automatic 20 gallon oil burn- I FOR SA/ ': T.:; wheel trailer. the ew 1 financial responsibiU .. aournd 00mosoru. riorkla. eta Letkmrnr may L-Bnkor knai of =ltWaturt =.. dos.. nisd ., ,. u1 Co.- CojW.Ssei504 .
\ .. Jomn.Iw w""",. Son .n1.. *rov'd* lie Ik* _..*-.< Special attb -7 .011. aeP2. 0. 00any' tTa Colleclet dmlawated kt ParnarepbI
Inn water heater 60
$121.
\ new good Aires, new tag 12100 4ty .aw. Theodore Dehon li .rnoon.nnoau.aoio.oo.ooo.a etaerda 20.1 oC .osu.odamy af Thla :Bortlok. H. and ekea luaiwu* 0101,00. 00S
., .fl..r'' lulls Electric Service. P. OAitade takra'it. See Gene at Casa Dehon dirort that So tant Joint kjamuttont Ilubmlttod ..Itof r2yIa00'd5. = *utlyl 000101 .50.4 2 miS 54000. 45SM ttf WM toUertien. tee*, iiKUdyroperun .
S Phone IL .
Bldg t tO. .loclon al tb* But .., _.... __ ,
: -B nenaner *eaulml 'I wja.l. 0.1 m aeo'd.no00 end dtebtirmwIeM ft HI mat loam 5,50 40 o'S bus ss 0''
f I'; r Phone 13 Sept 30 lunffer ('0. Sept M-Oct. J tfLSSES e... OO.on.sl OrSon In SOrenSon, .: x0.... MM kendl ehan .: Um,ted :* niopeP Sm tolWOet by tktCeunv T** OeUarlatSWAT : 55.odm.. onoS nn 250
\ Now TIItROrOr0t. L aa., neaT, .< !. and ::=''I"f = =
,1' .t. p % imountt ipproved ky tn* uc ":: Oil pmt00n 000 loontt..ajJoaot'pot00u'.s
IOK SALE;: Used iabi-;; ;model;; I' f'OI' SALE: Black 1938 il/lds./ I i' elastic stockings, Socrotary of SUM of thOt5w.50unoIa\ Bta,cV>o.rd of BHuceUoa m prmerlbedky Oma uS .... ten-os.l1.u. 5400ronoins 0,0507 T C0la.5 45005540 -
I. d* fcaroby flv* nttc. kilLnd Ihlll betmn ...._ '
aeital :
m .a-du.sS So 45 P010,0.0 51.t 5' 55,45 5
;, I. t. radio with standard broadtast. bile 4-door Sedan S450 ton ,I knee/pads, anklets, eta. Stoarttf GkNERAI. ELICTIOIt J ly .. jkortbed. by lav w,thba not ktn 550 oubIot a. nose ..=.5 = ionrr' ...r.tmoit I.e. mt 0.0 00551 IIannuO o,04 0.555.

... marine band and Short wave' wOO bo hoM Hi .k oouniy In PtoriHa .- ...... >m, the date. ef Sos .. unden.i ".1\ usonSd Oooroso. A JO1WT aSWOLUTION PropMtnC omAmondmonl '_2. 2* .oo. ,4 .000
ct Pete Robertson! Rf\hi\ .n T.-.. noxttuMoodinC .d.>. ftnt .i..oonr, l00rsidd. use a* Special Copllal P.04504p00Ia45 tal 5.. c..u. lo ArIM* Vltl of MM Co*. 05.0152 .1 no o .nllnON 45.c2Y.lc.ot
ltAR'IlETTBKca!*, Sept 301 prisons Grocery, Jen4enl Monday. In Novombrr A. !). N4. U>* OutUy Vnd* Mull b. loeued b..... -, Ututtaai .. tn. But *l VlafMd uttaUoaI
III; -,. I 1AGENTgn Gould Pumps. All atld TuoMlay k nc th* under whMl. 0150. thu uoItnnIlnddYoS.o..n Ill prop ami 0000015k or anmd.t -i .. noora lar Hada a 4ooUoctloM ,' 1
I r I'. S. NO) 1 HItnVAY( I !lrat h. SeptJlillliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiiiiitin nlue. %lmmediate SECOND DAY OT MOVEMWR \.... .nuuoy ........,., ":' la wived M by wiiee-flfeu art the af *... by adding. tkarorUonl -
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; '! ; delivery.I'(5tsart Ian'oh.. ntlflnuon or Mlortloii' of Ui* epec-lu ... I dtotrlct. IndebtelneaHlenianea --.e elerted to nick Henm. tt than lo tddiuonal. t* nrooldtIn dunu 5. 0J5J:003705A :
1>, ( lOtlK,, ft on L. S. No fXbity. b\J I Ifigdware Co. Phone ...01 Joint lao.lulioua. oropu.ira A.naad0,0,0 _11 ..._ I '" ..... of th. be entered upon their riepecttv Jottr County *t Brewer. Blew oth > riirlda, louse J000l'P OOO.UT50P 1,00010Aunwet

J t.iI\ 1 Ouw ft deep South ottuar# I 45 Sie Q ucOiO5ou of 00. _. soPlapId. = = ::-: ..:": nan Vila. .S* PeP end aere-end auto. County Ton- A-ie i- thaS *maelat *0500). ye o soc.
LOST & FOUND 9(5p to .o. .Ia .. .. .. .. Hexed .kt *n* newexipel In eerk. eaunry SM itoemo u> County toe Hn pun
,'I ,," vest uf llube Sound. Finto# I I 0Illl0llltIlIlIIflJIlIlmlllIllltIllllilIIlWATED ---.- -.. ... ....... ...... .. whir a newejMper .15 puMlekid far of lovyi -. 2 ;

I: : :" new site. Special: price SH.:flj r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiimiiiijpiiiiiiiLOST: One automobiNo icnn9* -d Koufft jomr wsoumtr,
""i T I fool Ask for. but klet l. Bri j I A JOINT HCaOUUTION Frt.po.4nff MAwtandfnont eueW epeclal bcmoAlmU' be parable not later tka* UM veekt. Omntdlatery" Dlalnrm, _
43 1291. finder 1111I11 llIlIIlllllllllllllllWASTE ,
tut return to AiUri IX ol tho fttato from tuftd *aabllat\] M neck eounoy prantdlnt. In* tkertm at oak* In* mm* Poet Dletrlettv Ennma' a I'll' ca-operate. Sheriff yle Stuart 1 1111111111 Com!. thcrolo .. to ta b. noted .Ossp 2prOOo : : .
to or Wh tut on br addifaf oddt Su. -WI i UnMeunv1 :=: On N
houuekeepeO UUl-: =
I ... uS 002
i. J. S. BLAIN ttonai atevUon providr.-. that .U xtiM1tftxat 1 ta' '" br Ik* .. SrioMMIItarrUd
loJ00 05050. Ootaty
Sept. 30 ... ..... -a. thep 5.0.5 So to_ .0
Who ea pi eooklnr. a upon gauftno or othor motor fuolplOdUCta 'M40 i 0 mISotot at tna nou On- tko aun role
.: i I Room Iii| Olympia Blf'<< adultsL. I OOn.Ctd OAd ...._ ...U b. ___ oral necUna _..... 4500..... that '"= c.a.o, 7n5 oaJ.ir, ,,001 selud Board by arktol MM
Ily. 0 w..hlnr. ... e ;1:1.r 4Mnl.uw IS. bed .
fay I IffHAVE uiiiiiiiimiiiimiif/iiiiiiimiiiiMii for public hLirhwar" airoat and airport :00P0.110nOIP.n0.O5.01S00P0S. : T Sckcol Dtstrm mt laoa.aW
FJensen. Know ella Point 1 and pr...*rb.nf. IK* dlotrlbutton "' ... .. r raforuo. :: a* a,
fH ., "V FOR MNT I .i>4 UM W crt.1a, povtloM .! *ulrod by tkt LwMatur* etlklcWMi *0050 0am tn* oondiuenrtkim 4- .:: :-: .:' cail.nun dolt
Y0(; seen aur/..Ifpro.i' Beach. I.30 If nld. tm.M.BR th*..UaiKoMoe* ef tko Comtltutkm. r.liiiS( .. .... 'tb-my On. .1010,5.
':;) l niiiurf' IIIMIirTJUlmillllllMllimillllllllinillllllOR'ttfetT I IT RJCSOLVTD: BY THE LraiHUbv .. ... ......- ,..... S Artcle"VUS"'wue ...... Ow 1202 ..-.. I.e.sirs. 10no.tvoo 00113145k"ruSa
prtlrd twirling Saves Year"! .....1 ... c0ru. K duo von ai 00. Cus.ni uS 00.55.04SI Ir IT
FOR RENT yuan or THst STATB or ruOKIUAtThat 0 mOorllir" ef 5w."i. .
that hard pushing<
l' for demonstration/. aptn I Newly furnished, season, furnished: ro IX of UM. SMU C.n..l.tutio. .by dd- 5500 .i.l..I ... u U.flig posue '.5thuOUta lament th* nnnm 0004 notiue ., sit 5.10. So Sm Cool? JOroomo ubo 5,11.0105
.i'; have ; ,. All. electric ;;; I .Inn lh....t. m 4k 0 i pertejfeki CouU_ Sun,. ..r r0.45n I.? aIsd
mower' to rent b\/the hour or All ei9'tr 'equipment. Phone *.dln. thai ay .xtctfN taxM ttfxm git* -.- ___ -
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; ,/ Stuartw Write Box t72, Stuart. Sept'30NEW "lu.. or othoff Mtoto* fiMl fmHttuelm ooU by 15,. ow2? 05 0000 Ia d riorldl. kr < .
day Oean I May Stale I
thl ef
: \ I up I vacant lot w. 13tf1 .mUM. ...d.. ....,_ ....U IM UMd for 100175. 10"? JlJlllnLtrnOIf 1fG. 045 aOO_ PleeUee.addllloMl ttctUnl to ) leg
r'! and make your/1-,< t look bet; .uble' h.,.hw r. *M4rt ....rport .purPOM .. .0"'" aaoLUTIOtf 10 o o.thereto 05.4145 IS end SeMC I.l' fttb 1
SOft and .pr.*Mnb.n, Itit JUtxibuUo.itv4 AmeadBMnt to .Ih* Cenelltutton. .ky addIn 0'.0"J=-5: 1504,45 Sm 02weOwe 45 .5u0O 45 arnel *:
trr t'h It hoer
Ralph Motor: ( .1I' sanding mach LICENSESPUT A40 enme H kereby
l (' \ 0. UM '"C tcrtaln M UVM, thereto en WldUonal Bectlen ->> 00. 25.04 nlonQua So In In 5. to dubmnted M Ikt Merlon if *. "..
0.01.
aS .
AugtZtfF a I edger. Refinish U rvTbr oa'ood .li"oII. bo 'Hubfnitt add tlonal Senatorial DtotrlclB. .50* 45 15. Judo2 004 ?oam.y .0w Ow 5.50 5.lnm'deb.r .
'"l to tho oioetora of too ..... lornt ::Wi IT RESOLVED: BY TOOl LBCISLA- D01usu.n.s isoj 5.w s so.. toes Moos, s.K.vr.i.r.wAjSSTuopftay . ,
f yoyff floors t reasonable rates. 'flection or "'Joe,_ 0\ Iho .... Oon Suns or THB STATE OP PLORIDAt 0.0 Oo5s( So auc'r1oN-.rr 0.4 aftuS 3 .
I' )\ \\ ARE f Sf:llAo outboard moWe Vjfuo* 10$ \ tuart Hardware ...l i EloetkM to ... bold in I"I M 'Ibol Ih.* touowln. Amendment ta AlHcl ofa':" = 1, aH si's Oos.i TOO 5. J
,
VIlO : 5.000,5ev 100.
: ON SALEtax ,.. ,. ..... I.1IiOaS.
solo VII *t tn* Comtltutleo by od
10... \ arcyuole :
'I. I ,\ wk on outboard tnotors 0. tffPFWRITtRSW noc'tiOte 11. As .._ 11_ .. .dd.... thereto S.rtton I enntlng. lees Tuna or s-es IT"'IbIo1 P5.0050*, is .a .

t'j V\e/Ave pails for out anflue Sinpu.nd ....... u o00Ilk. additional. Senatorial DIa_ .to kena.by Os. 515ww5e 45 A- cDir. 000,51. 2 45dou 45I. ......,.... "i'Sa01ICSoIe'I.005'df
... of
sow V '
.. ....., .. .._ .0 lito.0. .0 lU.' 0,00.4 45 Ow us amililody. "
of and H l
product potrtlauni *r I oms atreM tot. t* tb '
'J' board ninBrx. He have In stock/, >R RFNT-By ....b..'..... laoai and. Lquld uoadInlrmal 45 tan of ... Btale for .."n..._ ar rejection =:..-r =r--: o.:: ; CouzIe OrbusI ":"' '':: 'II::''''
't.,111 3'' and fl h,p. Srott.Atwatefutbtid4 week or rnonlr>,A Pbone 300 Collector. c. Klckllter eombumbla .._ for .,.. fonor at Ik* Conor*! aucuon In IMS.at .'se-us SoSm n _111" Cur wed' 0.. 04L : ''Cfc't .'
.o SonioSos Pops 0M4.fria, DnuIau sod
n of 'power t* nrapol oohlclo andtlrrnft toltowtiBBCTIOIf oi. a : .
\i'j. ,! The .best of all is The Stuart NeOfice, tf.IIIIIIIIIIIMIMIilllllMliiMinilllllllllllll and City Manager L. B. Eurit irhlck. .>. mdnitwd and 0n0.Ioon.0. C Tkero h karebw trtnbH .0 thu a..' uSC514n.sna mSm00W1.IS.1.rtr ;... : ..:w T"
.. _....._. m puon5.15 at 1M _
Ihal. have hat famous .11 ko uotd for th* Ion addlUonel Senalorlnl DaXrlct I* b
1. warned that today la the last In ........,...... -. known la VM) TO,00y-'uUsoO. tlttk and *Io r*) Storm*) b> b* fceU m iMa u.s. .-:::::.':'::::-II .. W.

J"IC'U'U.UK'UL( : ( NOTICBLMllllllllMllllllllllllllnilllMlllMMIIIIII which oevrage licenses may be .p.Pnllia sad -...- .. PortMk ItMll. 9DSorsm. 15wThboo.oims =bsce tk Ih.w. of .U -.. 0u..L.tO; : ..u.. 0.5.iot 45 10. ... 43.4 ...
III Of' -.. Iprtd4f .04 oOgSU ...5os (IIUil 4 SeMorlal Dtrtrlct
I TltlI"mhtH S II.P. MOTORIn tytrort. .... -'eo
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I securtu without danger of a thorv-Ntr or far otrporttt or Ian ... halt noneM *t Monroe CosMos v5w Court. mnl Judaea of 1'o a..M, thor000, *2 a a045945g '000 ...- ... -
'i I' -/fit. Ralph tImer Molorfpany NOTICE given establishment being closed 5400005 ol btttebttidnoM tnd tntorMtIhctwtNi PortlMk 1 140001> SonaMrlal Dkrtrket UtalleonaM eiljlbte ta ntlre WMh 4.0.0. 2 -- _.
Alderman
at
\ : : Nkery may ambmd *f 5054. "f eoftntyamnk Tm
.mareta* 5004
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: tatcurr. I _ulrtopwation of .0 7us
( tor tto M Wonhlneton and Calhoun CvunNothliv
12 -
43 Aug. to4ept.30I I I Jensen Beach, will oVn for by a State Inspector for failure ro..Uoltlo00. __. PoOaIe. ....,. aereln nMU dUturb. OK n> wfclok eaet .they nhal k* q2Ic.uo So .545 os.s_ :... Neaten .5 o01dn.w 15 5,01 ;
and majntMiaiwa. W t xi rla.trtriria Thlrb-oUM 111 e Mln Senatorial DfcvIHctai onttmi* to portoral aa .. ai kinrttaaa 100, 2 S 51os500Smdda anam .olo.0. Z;
to have .
I new a'
1 'il- II--.I the season, Monday (Mober a permit Kickliter'soffice .< Ikoar ravoMM oMoat ***! ** IkeCeueWT"
; whoa .
f taUodwc- .
.9) AN supply "' ), bridcatj *nd rlyf.U of wor thwoor A apodal 1 elecUon wiall b* ealMdIn we *40 eP.0 ofd-
you 4, with their usual line orftekery reported only 21 purchased or or alrporttj. Of oil Mato mmeimUXM tk*mnt Tklrty.Untk .I3thl aenatonalloct bo Ik*Cklaf JuoUoo. tt H bo a Iiiiiini 00. Sr Tan .1.4 "'=
1 ,. .rne-, Self.Prinili.g<< Irrigation I so far as compared to 80 last collMtod, ...4l ntalrttd upon faaeUnoor DII1rk1 snd is 5.. .ald.. r nud.o ,lots, court jyotko.CIMVltT or jk* a.uor cirtun = CaOzV. -III
products. Jose. *f a' II It ko =
a JMMW 45'Os
rill 01.50,0 lOdo n.msI000Isa :
,, amps you need Ralph timer 3O'OcLj Eurlt .r:5:0::.: produc el ot-, __ tho Clrtutt Court Ta*. aMUi "' be005'TlOO ''
office has ou0417
1 j derma Prop, Sept year gold five ful. not .loai thoa" tourMntt OfOf he 45 OmIt : t" POle be 05'
I 1 I F Motor Company Aug 12,tr beer and wine licenses and MM POP ia,Ion on sonS proOueUiball 0 Senator. front each of aetd .Die.trtcta. os 000 =-=- O55)am0O '
four
J. tao UMd b> .... Stall Hood DoporWmnt Sion. Senator alerted frem OnThlrtynJnU > Oo.erri.t .tmTc: ; :J $
: liquor' for .uto. road PWIKMM it. tha ..... > ,IXKkl atnatorad DMrtotnuau kr tke k, Sm 0.104? weas : 000
''n \. .j: 11- II >]iTL ] <4 nor tHwvtdo." br *aw. OM eont or rnorou hood efBc. fram kk. -.... tor. 2 tuck lettred Cltartt lode nkag So 5.. 2 iC'I'4500 .01040., _01 _.'-
Occupatonal license hev Sm ...
sales dlffer In
} lamt Jurtodlctlea M
Crossword PuZrd ..
,Ion other a Up.dlii ea tn* Pint Tntodey after pewme
J" pxr ga wpon gaaoliM o .. .. -
.. .. 0004
osed.
_ _ .1 tt 'iJ4IfiTP.ill"1 I 1t In the city and count,. In Ilk. product of potrolcum. axcvpt ..... lIsa nn( Hondey .la January.. UM: and ----w Cltwll ,_ ..ti,5 '1105 001 55545 1501540? 51.5 02.1 OlbooS Viol,.' o'd'a
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'I""I' "' I Ito fuol, haU .turomAar .ba "tmpoMd ortht 50,0 0000a. netted from th* 0000,00 2. 5. Too c.is. So Owus '
the county they went on sale ,.. tjpartorm dutto.' wUhoul kto .0-awL 55w1ap4.0..nuul05W
I'( L fl. latura ond tha pitiModi rvUilno.1sWdond 100001. OmlIoniui ilOdptt .050 0054 Owt.uS
I I ACfllOSl 13 Tlcl. ,,, h,: $ ips ERCJ) r Sept IS and although they become .'.trl..... ......... .... __ _..'- I... 045. _loa Inr 5 05005 usd159, .Cull to duty'" may ko .by njeti.l or (end snows as *oi.o 5. 5s0io enact kwl '
: I'" II. ._ ml rmninblt order. Aop to/. d nit :
Lao.." r lb. .. lint 152059 tho 110. .. .00oir0000w U-- 5 a
I' 1DFIV IfE3 AW I due and payable tomor. Ooa Tax la dl-itrllwtad trnrnStat :: .. ...,.. ,....I.... Judd who my nav* rmwned 0.e = 1050512. dOla' '

( ;;;: :: : :; ,t : I'D E.Acrl': '':! ( r row the 10-per cent penalty for t5S ......1 osuoSm woO. nod .So' .t5o aI2 504 Di....... 45'd .thto. mnendmeM, .. btiiinim ocaratM.rtrwcr ., 1.05 .udoua U F':: ="'I "::
: .4d' loud ol AdmtnUtntioo" .... .... boil 010.0 Sm 0 lieu wr_ n. / fcr-IUta" P5. 0. '00
," ,. ,. 3' ,,," ,,''tY T4OAPOELj.S.: tardiness doe. not start until Road Dopartmant and tha aavoril Boardaof PoucooSi iSO ... Ln4nOnhwo. II ..._ ... Sn do ill = = c.::. .04 ''':=; J
,. 1 It It.'n' ,;... r ,,,, .11 Jan I In the city they do not County Comntladonra M; u vldod tat loud .b, .15w Ia .tor or ....... U.S 045. Sb. 4'h' I h? 54 ()OIIIr'Aft -
., '0 At ''n m. OEII4II S atortioo It. Artlcia IX. 3 thi CoMrtltii- boot whotoom oun-Smot. la 2 100-0.,. 00 Ow Onso .0 2 oee.noi..5uS
}, 11 0 t u' t. RID'A' = 'co sale until : ; ,
on ,
'I. .II hnOI. f4 0 "iL SOs tomorrow but 5.abulWl0balheft04hoOtthOplo .2n 11- 'pan.0040. Smu. 1,
: t' 'f 4 I duration ol auHi. U. pravMad eo iut>- _8* IIHJI'f 'i s. 11.. L45Ooior.
1M
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I'',, u. ( : ::1' L'X: .....n iroiijji:77i must be secured by Nov. 1 to fund ....U bo Mpondad ..r tho .. IOJIrTot.uTIOIf so. lapin. 40 55u alit 10114 vjnl.1J'fIOII

4 ,,' 1 II. ell "MI. .bh.. i III'" ASM*'I!!rjTH. eW" I avoid the 10.per cent penalty. aUto Road Dopartmont Ian atato raodo _fsi JOSe' aaoLrmOW MO ISO __ .. ....... \Oil ... ......... 5n 20.55. 204 Ow. 00.s A JOINT 000.05.01000 P'00 ,
1 I' ,'"m.I.Un., 41 "...bld '01ihJ After Dec. 1 this penalty In the .to tha aountir aa dlroctod by tho Boardal A JOINT JtESOLUTIOrf' Propotlnf th* Sooto .0 00. 250 .. P05.500 So funntO..s 0.50.. woO -
'"ii .v..d *iT>,MB] : NHONTfnufA7 County Oommlan.lof.4M-i toaraot. Any Amendment of Sortie 4. AmcU Ol of 00a .5 pP5pl So55. Sm Sms.d05by So. I'nam w- .
[ ; : : 'OMi city will be raised to 25 per cent tau thai moy bo Impoaod upon aviationfutl the CoMtHutfcw ef the But. .. .......* = .... .... = ::;
k'altu Ia.0:.' 32 City thall/ b.. nerd oxcbulv y trr airport ........* to the ell...lbtllty.,, ef un-co. .. ... .5 .
t,.. M. HI""" I V ORt! il iI";, |'llt'lt."tE| occupational license costs end Mceu thereM In Ih* wannerprovided of |h* tiEklalui*, their ___ -on. 02054, opuoti.g wed dl 'i.1. '
t". 4 f 2 To O' mono.,,,. 61 Adh-mt .f: ilcItlNllii recently were, Increased an aver .by U*. Nothhid In tao Sortton ..... ....-..... Ar1So00 :: :: So *w ,n. I
:' 0r05- Aj LINT of 25 hill repeal or modify Seetloa If. *050.5 BE rr REOOLVEO BT TfiTI IXOISJk- .01m.:0: IJB IT WWH.VS.D "jpeV orI.
( : : s:: age per cent by the City :"" j "' TUR OP TUB: STATB OP FLORIDA! 000.01 2 Kytr. .
JO17:
O5by .
i.-to.cnf f.l 1orrosruO *f Vtsttrdsys Puult Commission .an Ink." .5U.$ I, ISIS accnon L Tnnt a." CJ:5. e IS J =.: : ;;
p ZI .' Esslu!: : ow Nu toot uli -- Amendment ;* BoctKmne ,' 0000o uk MAeusEe..5 : .vs ..'s O"so :.
The :
;;. 11"11" 11..0. 0., Forrn.r boeingDlu1d.apu3li n. Teen county office reported 92 .,........- 54 000 .... 0 ........ 05005.50. 0. oawsot 2 *= i;
z. LovaDOWN ousi Polio luaoLimoN NO MO ...... ... M2lpzO Coull' 2 Sat Ow .0''Z10n. .l'.1' { '
occupational .y' aS .
1 Issued .0Sm '
".,. I." kin, """ m, .. Loog ..,row permits by A JOINT RESOLUTION Propnlnf' I* Lerklatuee o wietr eamil c_ :::.. :' 012: Owoso So *00.50 *rl :: elertloo and hr'm"r '

1 ..,.. II 5IuIuoI0nn,. noon yesterday Anund action II of Artlclt. XII .5 theConolltutlon n.oPMI u_&. 5_ nonud = = II ':- .. : '
u' .d. I. 10 ''nd.bled & : .
<. SlramI :..1. .fl lha .But* of Plorlda.BE be tubnuttod ta .* o0.Sn.n .5 1M t1onososs 'IJr ved uIoailk 00. "
udiun5.
IT RESOLVin BY TOtS IJX11SLATUKS ..... ef Plnrtd tor .raUfleatte .. to.teclkm SS1w ? Sill .111 OP rwa05n. .0 Soo byPPOPeS % ....r=. ::!
; r rr 'r r r ; rl7w Irelandi 3 COUNTY DRAFT OF THE: STATE OP PUOHIDA.I et the neat Oener.1 'aiertlek I* Tt .
unwI That tht following Amendment to **- a* held m rtovemner. !**! that to t* a'tSSsSS.a.H'.aga :. .
) r'1 : New lo.lan4 dos IS 00 *051,10 UI of In* Conttltulleaef aw Out Bottkm 4 of Article ni .t th* ? 5., .., .. ---- '
olin AGENTS APPOINTED ttia Bute of Ptarlda reUUnf.. I* education ConeUUillo. .. Ik BM .. Ptortoa. ...... .5 ,
.. .:,t..1. ft a] berrby aSMid t* and mall .. aunmlled ... .uad.d 454 *.0 2.5054 4.5.5 ma ::.e.-.:.:: 04 Iae .0.w cole I ,....;........JJ
'n I. --.... to lie eltcton *f the ..... ., ""'
-- AOO'vI ........, riost.
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) T-I 7 lLfioaouodn4Ii. Plorlda ter ..."...'- or reterUeei Ittk -ucnoIf a .00101_ sao 'dUses : .l sad K1.iS rt0. -r ii! ..5 .
Dennis S. Hudson .. .
I "rlnh Monday recelved Oeneral election t* So bud to IMS "
oto.-.oD.ion. udcuiiI '
17. Floor, plant his certificate as assoel -.oirze:; uU.a5. .- So 'thn o 2 0045 25 Ow C 2 t : .al..
= ?
fl"'I7 It. Cra"'t ..f.tit vu.eO '- I ; 'dd .4 FlinU. 2 uu ..
: ate Government appeal agent ......... Sm old Oonno by 50.po.54l. _. M ..... __ -. o0 Ow Oinnal K 'i'iry to keeyS .....: : of ....J '
T t Eiiu: I u _.. _,,- ... ..I In* after= -;: .. -
for Martin County under Draft : :; : :: :: =-u.:: JMTlmday !!I! _
li. .. .._ .... 'no ka ItmelUjei'' nMS, nb ., ... .... II
f i *""" '' ..nd Board 40 In Fort Pierce. Dr. J, D. trod nb0.45 s.000 thu -,. ..__ ot lito .... U.TIOH II .. ._ r'> "" .. ... ..-4
I .: i 'Z42Sf' l'i M Od) lrr."Oh ..5s0.nm 450 -- 4500 bOon buna .... Lyj7 ; __
3 ::
7 Parker was named aa medical ... __ m1uhc:- :? =: iW. .
J 001.. dor. Moo : ., .
I' \. r-: .=.: :.: .:: .. = ... 00 5.54t
II I'!. ftl.otuOary adviser to the Martin County .. _ rho'.. 45nO -ap 05 pu.pos, Sm .. oms.Sool
It : 45,55,505. 05. 00 _'.... On50dlo5 ... ........ Cnanlp, Ool01 -.54 ?_ flO..*4 n. ;Jd
\ 1 ban Seek? Uphaliotla o I branch office and T. T. Oughter- 5. uab 05.air -w _..... .,.., ... .... .. ... = So 54 45.0.0 45 0i cds.p So 5.0u. 2?. 0505. 1aaz .

I t. I .-i -- JI. cbortttor son M registrants adviser. These 050 no 0usd. 00.0 w b.n'd Omsoam :: = : :::: = =: o. =.
; 05540. wilS" Sm llbS 454.04. : .r"J: : ? 5.Iou1 : ,- "
:
f L three agents have been named .''""" "'- ; d :: &
It. Urorkr...... trUe. for each of the four counties =-a: =--r : : = .. ... "' ... :t.E:: = r. !:ra.a-; "
.. ... 11* -
-4 .
'" Oonmiiu served Board 40. :: ..: ::. =..::. := Ow. t.00w it'. :1'
/ by 5.2. un-ui Owo So 5 oO 5WOnIit .
I5.PreO 0151.. .. 0045 mao ouudssn ::.J: -= = ...: :: 040100 Op. 5. .. W..o.ine- ..
40. Clunxtw, l lA III t 0 Klckllter Martin representative pm uoub.5 45. ,.iuo.5 oun0osoiooeAnSm- = Cuuudn .a.. amwei am mllii itt
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] 9ufl4arlan4'II. Ira tjl on the board laid no tho 5.0545. pP450ty los of ....5 SmSm sit 5.- = =: :,=: =:==-=" :' ... .. '

MaxullH. ... steps have been taken yet tostart.classification 'e-- = -.
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.lck..", I of the 289 :t-a. rta.... H't ..-= .-
H 1/1 44 TOOY.O0S psb4 000. 0.0 So ... ... '. .
.> >,e..,vrff men II to 2} yean old who wereregistered __'d.sei... Vaw .. doS.e5 1"- "
Ilf, Blor* here during the three ou -- hr 0.. tao'.' 50 th.'dasIMu 00 .5.. 00.0. .5.ui.pw "'"-, ; : :: ,. .
1 M. OrantM WNnm our a. o'.nl : 000 uS oM capo.a ; -
Broil"ey of Call weeks they' were taken in ltIctIIltr' 45 00 000 'd .. r.E : :

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\ I U Oav* fur ternaoflry examinations are expectedto ... :

If. Abound UM start {ate next month for the = =--:.= : -..4.._ =15xvOCo uS Pt* :..: ; ... _

I *__',. M. Saluuilam, expected first draft call May J,

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ThE STCAXX' t NEW S, IfCAltT, MATt.COTJHTt. FIOMDA, ,THtRSDAT, SETT, 38,1MI .:' .. ...-t- PACt .ffiRtE J
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What kind Of Wihg & "NoW eon I ask you I questW. U1t.. tot eit OJdld TOLD born old and I I'J
'i''loIIi > FTEt CONSUMPTION Some men are
In your tooth, ton? I *0h, yet, Jimmy. RECORD FLANS foll teach Judge Kanner Talks at P-TA .
I nursing; w-throulhI The Inspection bureau ( the some never seemf to. If we keep ,1/t/
swberry "Do you flunk 'hit ftiminnm I eta observations of health. and State Department of Agriculture' well and cheerful! we arc always I I
rum o fie hgitrinuny wrist watch lir worth 4ff bucksF I WILL IMPROVE behavior\ symptoms record'and serves Civic CenterJudge report 200J28 gat. of gasoline' young, and .t lad die li" youll, J I
Reception at
U a continuous during1 and 11.MS gal of kerosene were when. old j""'
Bell Tel News, each child school life consumed In Martin County,.In even yean.count tin ,
----:....... I Another step toward Improv. August ., .- Tyron Edwards.' 'I i j
SCHOOL Ing the health. of school chll. j (.k 'J.
HEALTH A. Roiling :
4, tfiif Forl' Oren la that each county health O. Kanner guest Supt, Roseoe Intro- f ;
---'- speaker at the'receptlon given' duced the teachers, MM. Price 1 fI'.1I '
department Is planning to late
gad Tuesday night by the Parent- French was In charge of re
Rpair rmmbe more children against
MI4J.iJf *
Teacher Association I to honor freshments.
y .!'aIAA1NOLb Florida's school children' are 'communicable than- ever before diseases, according this I year UDr Stuart faculty members, gav a Durmg the general "meeting I 4I I
going to be healthier"" this yeaf Wilson T. Sowder, state talk on Knowing Your School' which preceded the reception, SPECIAV
than ever before u the eonrrbiped health' officer. program"Mrs President Mrs Marie McOul-
.
BAS efforts of.the State Board However, Dr Sowder explain Marvin H Rowell pro. lough announced a report had i
;of Health and the State Department ed! :that this alone will not art- tram. Chairman. Introduced theRev been made by the safety chairman

Boulevard f'hon.llw t about,of are Education. successful to bring this set Children all the There health Is needs still a of desperate the. address C A.of Welcome Carrlel who greeting gave,the the that,the Mrs City HafrU Commission R. Lowery has I Fdrt FR1* SATs OCT., 1.2 f I

i Recently, these two agencies need tot more dentalservices new teachers to Stuart A resbonse approved removal of the safety
for the teachers madeby fcrot. I' /
developed a new health record ;, for more attention to was light In front of Rice's Restau- Lever New >
Marvel Home 2fyle for use In ,the schools which to be paid to ears and 'eye*, Principal. Erwin F JohnwickMM rant to In front of the school !
expected to aid an over-all program But, Dr Sowder reports some1 JohnwteK. music chairirtan Mrs McCullough reported that 2 0
BREA ,
of !tetter school health.' progress In thta dIrection. Den provided the music enter- the P-TA would get more books SOAR POWDER JES or.34G
talnment Miss Dorothy ClonU,
i/zlb.Lic This record provides a means tint In the State are becoming and records for the new courseIn 6 t
for recording periodic medlcaT more aware Of the need for bet accompanied IMIIII Sara Rolling public school music.
rendered two vocal solos, ord
i I8cI "The Answer" by Robert r A !beach party will be' given JE1th1Altfli 156TOMATOCS tJ
.
,
Ington Terry and an arrangement for the elementary and high
r- I
tK. of "Swing Low Sweet school rooms having the best rec-
y 1' E1l Chariot" Miss Rollins played ord at the end of the school $ 25c
bTRALAMT two piano solos, "Jugglery" by year..Grades Sand' had the 2 Cans J
I I,3o Godard and "Clali1 de Lune" by largest percentage of parents at
,field Debussy, the meeting1 I ISLANDPOTATOESVtA ,.

\ AGENTS tb ATTEND NEW C)1ft'MtMoftATm( E 41c
+wKV inc-w oo Q Corn rl PRODUCE and,GROCER1 MEET NEXT WEEK I STAMPS DUE IN' OCTOBER .P ..... .----- f
uu aisi/s Iaters) COURTEOUS\ RVICE ,rCONVENtENTL County Agent L M. Johnson I ARMOURS STAR
l Sficed 4 of
LOCATED and Home Demonstration Agent' The first four new e mmemoratlve .

A D I.L I Loaf'. 17'Parker I T 2 2nd and''Akron m / Jo* Brooks Lucile Gainesville agent Inscoe conference will to attend leave the Sundayfor at annual theVniverslty -I' tamed In postage October" stamps will be toke SAUSAGEWESTERN e 59c

.o bet. released In honor of volunteer
ROLLEI
of Florida 4-1
[ Ice I Vt 7 It O. Clayton, director of the I firemen at Dover, DeL, next I
scheduled
Others
Monday. In
fll FOdD CAKE iiiNc 1 Agricultural Extension Service: October will honor the Indian RIB ROASTLA ._ 68c
l T COUNTY i said, "The agents will review: Centennial at Muskogee,, OUa
past work, make plans for the
DAliY
Oct. II
i the Rough Rider at WISCONSIN
future, and brush up on new developments
Preston, Arts" Oct Z', and
WITH AC '
Parked Cinifctnon : and research work: Juliet Low at Savannah, G.., CHEESE L \ S9cLYKES
pi/te Dairy Line relating to agriculture and h eeconomlca" Ort 29. ...
hlEUSSEl BUNS [ /Ann P*|. '* They will confix
I e eries fit Jensen with staff specialists of the Ex* \
.. .. .25cI Spurns eh .
-" \ on Tuesdays', tension Service workers in the
'udding / Tin das and Saturdayd.PASTEU Agricultural Experiment: Sta-. WIENER! 49c
Pound_ ..__
I SUPER R 1' or tion and leaders of other organi fl
Ice sations Interested In agricultureand c iNr
MEATS G farm home life.
Cream THE /XC ST COMPETE
Ground' Mixjyc /ZED ILK "- ter and.dental next year health It Is for hoped children that RETAIL ANbkWHOLES EQ Anthoify's Economy \ arket I

HOITOCEN1Zvnmtttt the Board of Health will
| .3Pkg20cHHOPLES State STU\RT
t 300 SO. Ar ON AVE. FLA.
be able to furnish additional
tt MI dental services and to assure YOUFf FRIENDLY" SEMI-SELF SER\CE .
/ that eyes and cars are properly
C FEE CREAM examined and attentldn given Sty' bttfdlolEEfN6hld GROCERY AND MARKET
IPPlNG CREAM to correction,of.any defects I
A number of audiometers I ; for 2Jiiln t
.. .. \
SOUr CREAM (testing I the hearing of childrenItpve : -- -- ,\

Shoulder pr erred COTTAGE E CHEESE I technicians been purchased are needed but to trained use I' / \ /
\ Baby ROYAL /
9PSJ9J them 9CARKET \
Lima BUTTER AND,ECGS : .Appointment In the near future -:
of a director for the State I V
ed Beans : health departments maternal'
FROM OUR RUCKS
D CUTS 5 OR YOlRFAVORITE and child to stimulate health bureau an expanded Is expected I c. FF'E'th49'
2
Ib. OROCERGORES' health program for both mothers ->
2-ox.,Ca29c and Infants. I
Afield Sliced DAIRYPALM ,I Dr. Sowder said that the State
c health and education departments SELMAN'S AYH.Sa .
!ON i I were also working closely
l
1 FLORIDA r
1L w CttY-! j!to' Improve sanitation In the S'SOAP
f schools 25c '"
1j7 cam..
"""" os.
=rrr- "" ''' ,
I
FRESH.PRaDUCE j
FARM

Up.g* A ;WE'RE FUSSY MEET ME AT Hunt1 Ye t Nabisco SALE

Prepared ijBpagettJ ,ASJO, QUALITY KINdRED'I

]th Tomato m Beauty NONEg BL17tu( J P ACN S a l 2 G RITZ P Ct. 1 '' I

.
lauce and 1 P ES' 25'krisp 'C -rue' ,E3aG-r d g, LOA ING ,
Cheese 2' Ib*.. 1 oversea Grapefruit u \ IJ
t w 1-VIG r 71 pr. ,

151/r Cans= z Y WC'. i UlCE. V .5c 'I J
Oil gie ,,
[for 25crJ LET CE 2 Hds. L I Ieletted PN KimeH+Ma.tt VV 'I \ V

Water Maid Cello Bak I MI.sl,
$ i Pound Crtn. / r -_ wish t ..twail.
Ova '
: : rfrr4K a5 H n 555.1 pd 205 I'7f' !
TOMA ES 19G wu.w... rb Irl- 295 RICEYellow I 3 .tM5r :

nn Pure'P... ? ,9//3 t!.. 2k II

Green Top Libby's Corned ThoMpscW Stee as

Grape Jan? / CARROT! t *;... 21'. 'G2Ic BEEF Can.' 49C GRAPES !ounde. 25 '_ o king IXi I :IIJ'4

.. ..
CVR: e d t( Ca ifornii I Cold ONIONS. 13c
Green I ..... ..
I Tender C, : ?

":&"fl BEANS 1 t 19'I TOMATOES 2 Cana __..._..._. CANT DUPES..tIV_. fie I I'KrfAtrS \

-
MIRACLE 'WHIP U. S. No. 1

.... Niw\h e U.iNo.POTATOES. 1 SALAD ORES POTATOES P 1 reps snip Sc \

qt. jar 63/ 10 u..._ _.. .' ,/ wIR Zoe

10 lb. Bag ..% 45c IM
a P Gra a Nw"IM Glrtt itldlnlllwr M ) SWeet ,..t Se fetes /3' + '

A Try One of A P's Fin. rMIMr w iN C i

Sugar Cef.al and av.Appl : In Pa6iiy *14FIsI' POTATOES 4 L .... 29: 6:254: v F t
I Add $90,000D0
a
8 O'clock.lb.... 40c ,
3-lb. Bag _$t.15 ,;,a Ltyoer eirpEds+nF Lr. .A/a p G e d Rath'a Blackhawk Tenderiied


ISaud 2 Red Crrcle 2 Ib.l ..85cBokar'lb. Plain Oleo, lb. .. ,39c flolored Oleos lb.GUAVflJELLe.,2l.\._.495 PICNIC HAMS Pound / _. .. 59c

r.g. siss y

2 c ... .. .. .. Cuban Crusher Cisbn I
l-lb. Bag* _.-.. =1.25 PINEAPPLE / 25c C CArmours Boned and Rolled j n 3tij '
?.. ? 1 )i
BUe LabelKARO.Pt.! VEAL ROAST Gc 1
It rs remiumIVinilla IL..23c I21cArgo StanRAlll wr. Liu Ahya Seed und._ __ _.._ __


2Lat: Stkrch.Ritito Corn pkg. .: 3c SAUSAGE ,. .._.:.._____ 53G Pound. 57C ARMOIUR S CLOVE LOOIII
e s, kg1 .....28cfer '

1 9.1. Oil Ptr,43e lr*. bI..... clOd SMOKED SttA, ESS


P g.6C.. Sdap Lu Tolletlb. +Reg. Br..., PICNIC HAMS i. ; Ib.I 9, B1JjIi-l1L '!

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,_ Re f '"
Ong was_ Sap_, _
Arrnourd ade A B..f I Lykes SkliffeMirlwiHas
r0 YI 'COI .t
96 sill 5 43 THE COMPLETE,FOOD STORE
nd. ,
**, 2 Ig. Bars..3Je ak. g., :. 38 MARKETTHE
4
._ CROMER'S
VT TO DATE !
WI DELIVER ruene (IWE r g71 i

\\\ \wva-\V '
ARE OPEN WEDNESDAYS ALL DAY '

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I .I ,, ::11 U. Tigers to Open Season With Okeechobee.ro_ .orrl

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\ ji Iiiimmimmnummnuumnunwtmuumauunnnuuunnmummula 1 .SAOFISHCR3 GIVEN '
r'/'r/ 1 PHONE IF IN TROUBLE phone 369 the Puller Radio Station BRAVE SPARKPLUG SCHEDULE EMBLEMATIC TROPHIES I' ATH
2ND OPENING
1948
VETS'
,
r'"f 'I 1 Sheriff G. M Hancock urge WRWL, In all times of x MAKE
I Martin County resident to talennuunuiumuunauutiumuuauullu- trouble I gall
Marauder herOcU =
I \ Oct 9i Miami Manager John N Mann of the POwuurat
fACt I r. \/1/, i llimiimillHllllimillllluiiimillllllH l EFFORT SLATED S 16i, Fort Lauderdale, there = I Stuart Sallfliher this week ha ar Pull ITxsc el
of Distincti 1 1V : Oct. 231 Open "s'Oct It miniature S.r". w auA r.
Wearing Apparel V I distributed sterling ,
I .? Worth there 5
jL I 301 Lake ,
CUD
silver baseball to team memben-
1 I Sets
ATVAd [HERE AT 8 r : "'Nov. 61 Fort Pierce, there = and said more will be given out
; i, : 13. Wet Palm Beach, her. sNo later: : The ball are inscribe /
rJ J I 6TH: iem I: '" ... 201 Vero Beach, here = -Coast" Glade League Champions
" apart I ; ,, Catfish Promise Stiff Teat| 3 Nov... 27i Kluimmee, her | 1 4e47.4S.MReceiving.
Palm ; i \ LaBelle Came MayBe I= Dec:: 4. Fort Pierce, her. = them were' Jesse
WthfTaclUt ; :: i.y 1\ Reset :3 Dent 11: Lake Worth, here 5 and I II Horace Arnold, Nick Beatty,

1''' e 1 0 I| Dec: '18: Weil Palm Beach, there, | ;Warren. Charles Snipes Hall, Jr.George Elmer Ortf.Graham

e1b17 ''l .I. ? NEWEST DEPARTMENt STORE INDIAN KIVCII CONFERENCE | (' Florida Semi-Pros l league games.) = I fin, Donald St. Onge, Ray Hell-
_, ; \ J,OPPOSITE n. mat COUNTY BANK =_I n1., ,.1.t.1. 11't 1.a 1,111C P".. iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininT" >> 1 icy, Hank: Pennock", Harris Low.J' .
\, ,I = 109 So. Selbnd Sireet' fort Pierce =, l1.w'a.' N .... uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" )', Jr, Charles Kindred, Deem CI

I, ,, niMiiiiiiiNiMiiHiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitni I iiiiiiwiiiiiiniiiitiiiiiiirPencevConstructioiJ M.I",0..."...,.. ? .1 I S ...111...17'TCARP TO OPENVETS' i iI IOn Kramer and Francis Wll
ly{ { '. ,1 .111 !MIAMI MARAUDERS llama '
I I Tot."U.. .. t .00
Co. _. LAO...WlHtS IS:.:TitUAvllle ResuLtSON..hoh / s 1I .DODGERS- DEFEATED YOUWatches!
..rf Mollmnw IA Orl'."d. I O I SEASON HERE OCT. 9.
,
;
c.** t0 c..qt I Dodger lost their
Stuart
I I..e.I1..t'_.... tMtiioiwdTOMORROWS The
3 > hone 193D7 ..riw\If ...u..... .. l' ru..ls _too second straight game and 13th
......
:EO STANKY' --
s y
r 30 start this summer when
1 1I 1I 1I In
Build er with Blade Jr Rake CAME Receipt Of a telegram Monday Light workout for the team Fort Pierce led all the way to'
,..HiMeimiw. M'KTUART. $t tmlky, aggressive Benton Bra'eind the East: 5
f have been going on at ,
F. I -decision at
Also .Yard Dragli/e _..... afternoon from/ Arthur Schar- cop an
(' ...? 14, ) t !baseman who wo tratJe4 l 3th ..$t. baseball park for five Park Sunday
lIoIbb. u zIRC -,* lau, Jr, manager of the newly\ I Dixie LIttl'1 Our expe
._.. d
'I I ee U* For ,by Brooklyn ,to Boston last will'tcr formed Miami Marauders, eon- week*, however, School Superintendent No game has been men ,lea
Clearing Grading pitching it l credited: by must observers firming a contract for his team ,B. H. Rollln eppro edSaturday' for next SundaY. It 'wa
The :Martin County High as a principal 1 sparkplug\ {Ip{ to play here Oct 9 completed!, the tart of right Plere* fourth win In'Mr* start repair yewilh

,ice. ting, Etc."JpE". ''School football machine. for the Bravej drive to their first drawing of the Stuart Veterans scrimmage drills on the high against Stuart" this year ti

t 1948 will make second attempt : Nnthmal. League! cruimpMuhirr football team'. I Ip-game, 1948: school field starting Monday at ion rgaate.es
in 31' Sidelined injury schedule, SERIES AT: HCTTOS la
by an will be held
--- to start! Its-season tomorrow for $ Another practice
several reeks The Miami contest at 8 30
bight at' 8 when ] during ; Wednesday night and probably A loudspeaker "system and
'', lie lulo part\ of the season,,lie! pun Oct. 0 will Initiate the Vet*' 48 Scoreboard will be set up atHuttos Stua t Je
night
h ;
0 k e e c obee'a revitalized' third season during which they a third next Thursday '
electrical store I
k to amiderable appliance
expected tee
I MQfeLEYP6UWBING [Catfish come trooping for an I adion in the Worid5eake stirc-. will be one of the seven. teams hours, before the opening game' on Osceola AYe.tor public enjoyment 040515N
I f[t Indian j River Conference ] entered In the new Florida Coaches Forrest Ferguson 'and of the World' Series
c Boston '
<< ing In 1 next Wetlnmdjv j ( fDehoii.EAL ,
a, the echool'sfield Semi-Pros football conference '
' .game on high ': Bernard Coker are directing the which start in Boston next

A*. -- 11 l The Worth other West Semi-Pro Palm Beach are,Klsstm-Lake effort. for about 20 candidates. .Wednesday, LL-.: _J____ .. -
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Last Friday scheduled -- -- -
e open-
JOB G CONTRACTING r LaBelle mee Vero Beach Fort Pierce and
i er against was post REGISTRATIONENDS
I Fort Lauderdale! The Vet*"will 'I,
III paned three hour before
r Work Guaranteed game
Prompt, Efficient Service I
time when the visitor wired start their league }play In Fort VALUES,
NIGHT DAY Lauderdale Oct. It
that rising water between here'! .
I and LaBelle made the trip Impossible SATURDAY The' Vets 10 contest: Include : 1
? Just Phcfie 246 However Vice-Princi 1 'one with each league A Home 2 Bedrooms
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pal W. C. Ritter said Tuesday It member and four non-league
Is hoped the game can be rescheduled Only tomorrow and Saturday tilts. one each with MlanVL Fort' Partially Furnished
\ next month when during eight given hour IS left Pierce West Palm .Beach and Neighborhood /
ticket; for that game will' be to those not registered to make Lake Worth The first,meeting: 3 EKkr-> Good I
honored He laid the Dec S *ugRestloa I themselves eligible to vote In the with,.each of-'the three .latter 5,900 -- Terms; "
imiREHEirrJ which la the week-end Nov, 3 election Registrar Mrs team will'',be league matches
1 E following the Tiger! last scheduled I J P. Blakeslee will have the but not the' second or return. A Ho '3 Bedroom '
games 1 eliminated by the book open at, thecourt house :' '. t
'II basketball aeason* 'early start from 9 until noon*and'25pm. __ I r'. Furnished -+ CorMtLot Coodjfocation
rfR CALL N OF OIL on that dateOkeechobee. tomorrow and from '3-5 phfc, 10,5 Ter j
l' / unable to win Ii Saturday for any late-comer, ..
WIT* A single/; one of Its eight starts last i However, books also are open :, Fine Lots 5 For 1e 1
fall, notice that things, -r-
gave the remainder of the week \tot
would 'add up differently this i the eight precinct for any *''lw>
year when, it opened .1U IRC! are unable to get 'to the tpwrl:
play with a Victory' at home, house, Location of the books are games's sea Today
over Tltusyllle last Friday night Precinct I, home of Mrs W, B. iaV
Tltusvllle won by, tour touch-: TUton; 2. Fred Hancock newsstand
JEUK
downs last fall but couldn't I In Stuart; '*, Dyer's Dry $
; SCOT until the closing minute Goods Store In-Stuart '4. Mr* Thgo3ore Dehon and j
SEE'IEVOWTIONA last week. As a result the Tiger P O. Smith at.Smith' Grocery ,
WE are figuring on a stiff baptismalwuwrr4y In Salerno; 5">lri. Leona St. REALTORS w "1
AU NEW ,(lUai may determine Ongf at St-Piteea Drugstore Irf
tq t con Mirable .extent, exactly Kobe Sonny ahorn Bldg. "On th ,Circle"
"f
I It what| !f in organization Robert McPhersort In Tropical"
1 Coaches C'Golden, In his Faring 7'Thomas Hi GarUandj
j jf. i first year here, arid-Joseph A. At Bessemer Properties office;
*>lkSIDf CONSOLE McCoy have whipped up find I, O D. Hataway at Hata-
f., Emphttslj ha beer, placed on way a Restaurant; In Indlantown.
.,: HMtof ) l pre!'-seawn conditioning and Mr. Blakeslee reported she
Sm> If C.1I In >M| practices nightly have beep htterupled ha registered 30 person since
1 Is 4% 4I..1.a O.i. ( only by the storm the books were reopened.Ang. 4. SEASON
.M..1"+M i.4.4.+4.a h.dOi,c.14... since late August Fan can expert OPEN
the Tlger to.show some
I I "sharp, ,blocking and tackling and '
an explosive ground offensive Legion Welcome
\ If originating" from the short punt

t{ IIADV E SHOWING GREATEST HE>VODEVELOPMEr \season formation.are Co-captaini Herbert Tucker for and the Group Seeking' is;now on for I

"1 ; ,Herbert (Kraft, Jr.
I
CO>ME IN TODAY IN 25 YEARS Cocoanut .
1r Only God can make a tree Help
But we can help by protectingour FISHlKG
forests from fire, by plant- I ;-.'f'' GOOD
HUlTO
1 1I RADIO and Appliance 0.Telephone Ing seedlings I In burned-over and Wanted: is 000 cocoanut
cut-over areas, and by remove Martin
County special commlttfe -
204 Osceola Ave ing crooked, diseased and crowded "
Which I Ia welcome
planning a
V trees from our woodlands./ '
.. J02. for Legionnaire as they From 4
------- --- --- ---- pas* through to and from Miamiin
mid-October, want our greet'ing
to be different FLIE!
ER WINE, The boy will get free orange RODS- .and BEELS to PLUGSr4nd
: Juice from Jacksonville south

} THOUTPOST LUNG /BAR chairman said Leo "We Goessllng'ce going to general offer Stocks Are Complete! '
free cocoanut: milk* e
J ;
,
1 r In addition to the cocoanuts

I F t.. Federal Highway Near Indiantown R to thousands be dispensed will be In given liquid away form as, ". .GENUINE EJ.RMA CNE' $2.5CLvrge ,

ARNOLD E. WILLIAMS, Prop. g from souvenirs the, community each bearing a label' ,. ".a; i ,',: ,( Sue)

'Twenty thousand cocoanut labels -
1
: 10,000 car sticker an { I II INVITEYOUR PATONAGE 000 pictorial folders ire being Just Right A Coo rfRod? 1
*
prepared for distribution to vthe'4
visitors, REPAIR
I I I ..uLGGt" (l1'lES "Pick ,up al'coclllnul4' BOW IF IT'S ROD or EL
and .
t save hens for us, Ooes-
I'I ling asked "We ar. |ojng ,to
I ::1J have to have full. public cooperation
.ta make; this affair suc I
I't easeful Householder were
urged to leave the cocoanuUlat .'

t: Premium Choic Be Min Bottles Stuart W.Flagler C King or,and at East Service Ooeullng 4th Station 8ts home. In at .THE LATEST FI INC FORMAT0u!


s oil the South Federal Hwy Sign
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are being erected at both place
Your Choice of PlcmnimCocaCola
; Legionnaires and hon-Leglon- Fowler
nalre who art anxious to help tl
YOU WANT! Li"6"1"
this publicity effort are asked to Clan
meet at Legion Hall, Stuart; at I tertelvin
BEE and LE 8pm.'tonight.JAYCEES '?Water H

Sfi EARL !:
TO PROBE. lor
SEA, SCOUT IDEA ,
; $4. Per5( e 1 A uftu I,
Charle H: Kindred, John, N. AT I -" ,
:Mann and Ralph W Hartman, '. '.
Cue Jr., were named a* a committee .
and
Seven Up$1.00, per from the Junior ,Chamber of
Commerce to Investigate the
Idea of the organization of a

4y f.1 STANDARD" OIL .DEAL Sea Jayeee Scout meeting troop In the Stuart Civic at Cen-the HA.RDWI'R'E'WHERE CC

,, ter Monday flightThe ,
I Jayeee pasted III re olu-
Gas and Oil tlon commending the
1Je J I Florida '
3 trw Manual to the (State! FSHING BEGlNS'tONES
Plenty of Free Parting Space lature and discussed the ,
_ability of holding k turtle STMRT'
COFFEE SANDWICHES I derby: during the coming season. ) 38 or 216 ,

ll Dr., Talmadge WII.IIJfand. Coach
Job C. eoldttt spoke,

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THE STCART NEWS/ ; STUART, MARTIN COUNTY: FLORIDA, THURSDAY. SEPT It._ 1948__ n .____ _" ( .j
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)[ot>e Sound News entertained Roddy "Butch": Hlllmao was DREDGING !PLANNED Salem News Brown and several other homes i Mr. 1' + i
by hU mother In i and Mrs: Sara Blckley: of UNRIAUTr U tin Oiliest" hM
honor of hl Ia 4th birthday The Application has been made to after the storm Mrs. Keeney Fort Pierce called on Mr. and LMKW-SMWMI hbh' win fctrhurokm a 1'
the I had charge, *f Chrlut, a.l.wt l t. ebw. : I 1
all
had
Department who shelter
parjy; was held at the of Army by Mrs. O H. Johnson .
kindergarten SundayMr ((1M.14 ,
5Mdtr O.t. I
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MOVINGENGLE I
NS la the Civic Center ,
\ claw at the home of the B. Williamson, Jr, .through Mrs.. Saunders Is Elected the storm through and Mrs Arlo Carson and Tile OoMra Tat M, "71e, aisle l '54 r rtar
teacher, rugate ......,,. ,
Mm Harry Pullum. and Oreenlees of Stuartfor Mr children Patricia the 4M lies head H ty
and Mrs E. A..DeLoach Kenneth and '
WOOD i" .. James Black made the a permit to dredge at Ms iHead"f Demonstration I and Mr. and Mr. Bill Pendarvis :'Lynwood I of Naples, spent five, Uiwifon IM< ere U. vorkl et-e. mi i'j; "
|birthday cake ClubBy II see M u tit H candy and Sandwlchei, cake, property In Port Sewall on the were dinner guest of Mr. aid days of their vacation here at (eels' ) .- ,_ .

!Gloria' MarlotH soda, Dee were Dee served Lester to /westerly, It shore la o of .It-: LucleMver MRS.. O-'D>: QUGLEY ., I'Sound Mrs. Austin Saturday MulliN. In Kobe'[the home, of. Mr and Mrs. W. M Ik*Arnmi UHMI eM Scninr dUlloni k el...':Iit'S t

CEIVE LAMPS Bobble Bodle Loll Black:, Mary an area the full width of the I The Home Demonstration [''M. Arnold, Mrs WUbar, Mr..I J. C DeLoach enjoyed his Marr CC Dibit. "*m p rxtnwl.*.i te riiliMiMulWi. p
Fenton Sharon teeter Club Mr. and Mrs, 0 D.. ....,. .......< ,
Richie property a distance of 200 feet, [tMerrltt, Mrs. Osborn, Wal- 79th birthday dinner at the Quigleyand tae l III fH I
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"Zelda Marr, David Ran. and extending! Into the water. Southern Methodist 'home of ha son And daughter- sons, Jesse and George, Coo......... tnrandT_ roe It ta elm.! k (94 ,l f
BRODIUCK Miss'llnscoe
MARIE Uace of Palm 'City and I Mil M HM M4 icy r lhtae..J4
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By 1.1'0 Nancy Pulluinand: Church Monday :S 30. Mrs I .
I Annette way abort 350 feet, to a depth at I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emory De- called on*Mr and Mr. Jesse uMeet" (HoM 1* 111' 1
ore ha been received here man of about 4 tog feet below mean George Osborn, president, presided j Loach. IlalT::. :is..is:: tare Wo, tie i.A,e*.d.*rltnlkuxk .Jbe. A 1
The ladles society of the Com I .J. Bcannell left Griffin of Kobe Sound Sunday ... ..e .... .
low Monday for .. "
or( .t M Roberta water. The shoreward end using "Home" as her Alfred Pedersen who has been, I a i.n r Naas. :
death toxio .. .
he Inanity ChurcH ... ..... ,' .
held ham Dad and Howe, of with to it '
Shaw ,
a supper \ of the Washington' son "h.
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dredging would C. for An Indefinite oar
The, Robert were res!. alt the' area be them. New officers elected wen In Navy boot training In San nest. i, "Tk. eh.t. set ftt...., t
community hall Mon about 60 feet riverward from the stay.Mrs Diego, Calif.. since June arrived Kobe Soundcalled on Mr. and I III* .hMl..Ml l MUM* 05.50.I u.. '
day Due to the Mrs Jack Saunders, I .. .,.... .... .... .
j here for some time Rodyned 1 week the hurricane last high-water shore line The president\ : Charles Conrad of Oa- home Monday for a week herewith Mrs. O & Quigley} Saturday eve of .b e.tle Tho' lO..m Mlr.rMt) lid.-'a ,t
Mid operated > Urge supper had been post dredged material would be deposited' I Mrs. Emory; DeLoach, vice-presi lerno Shores and Mrs his parents, Mr and Mrs I nlng. ,l.c't.IIt./ all 'vptz < omketoa.,' /
poned There large Miry 1 1I ; .... .. ..
fIf'Hobe Sound. was .attendance on applicants upland,1shoreward dent; Mrs Bill Pendarvis" Fred Pedersen Jock 'who has been M itani t. llfr or a1.tzee. 'f
i back: He I secretary ..Chandler motored to Fort Pierce' He will return to Thompson -rbili f.lK,w at Ilfe
many being ftom
hid"a fruit and vewtabte! ) ;and Jupiter The Stuart of adequate retaining And treasurer I[Tuesday. Mrs Conrad and Mrs I II San Diego for four months train. I supervising the Sunrise Products -j.uMlwn<,..at.Jr I lm, .IU .llv, ..bol I IMlHfllMil 1N' ,
ket 1A West Palm Beach wire reported approximately net) proceed dikes Chairmen appointed were Chandler were business callers Ing. Joe Brown who went with Inc. canning plant In New Ikmi vh,.us Mvravl.( nuruliur mw la .oat till:50e'h if ," '

jr moved from here to Orbo 1158. At the supper the Rev and I I Mrs Osborn, representative of j I on Mrs. W. R. Leach at Tucka- I'j him arrivedhome..with. him. York State haa returned home. *
and opened a I market Mr Alexander Linn, who will lamp The Linns came from home demonstration to the 1 hoe, Sewells Point, ; : '
te. Surviving are Larry athe leave the church today, were Miami. and will go to Englewood County Council: Mrs. Jack Saun- Mr, and Mrs A. L. Brown of I 1m .
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Jun'and Mary; of Stuart presented by Paul Mahan In be. church and community I dersoa, 4-H Club; Mrs Chris I Pompano called on their son' ,
I will feel .
| Ellen of Orlando. half of the church society and a great boas when the Miller, poultry; Mrs Martha Jim and family Sunday. '
j. Bobby Johnson of Ba' the congregation with two beau IJnns leave We owe our new I,Whittle clothing Mrs. W. L.I Mrs Bill Long and daughter, 'I';
visited Monday with Mmrge tiful lamps, one a alx-way floor the parsonage and other things in!Merritt, 'child Care; Mrs Maud Betty spent.a week recently In fti
Brownlee. lump.and a matching! table forts church and to the persistent ef 1 Shelton, nutrition: Mr*, E. A.: Starke with her parents, Mrt and ,
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Baldwin, health and safety, Mrs C, L, OilllardMr
Linn! We wish to. take this opportunity Kfra. ChflrlM! nnnnari horn 1m.i and Mrs C: i. Mooney : !

'they have to done thank here them for all. provement, Mrs.'O J-: Quigley i spent Sunday in Miami at the,. ;
and to wish ;
Ia them recreation The meetingwill home of, M*, !und Mrs Charles i Pz, .
I great success In their ,
new : )
1 be' Oct. 15 at the home of 11 KolettkaMr
undertakings
1' Miss Adair Mahan had dinner I Mrs, J. ;P WUbar, and Mrs,Eddie Smith p1Daytona \! tit :'
Sept. 22 and spent the night as'the After the' business meeting Beach spent l last weekend ,,"
,Miss Luclie Inscoe gave a talk' here a*'guests of Mrs.Smith I
guest of Marie. Brodrlck 'to the' club after which Mrs. Mr and Mrs C. )

group Last of Thursday young people evening met' at I May Wallace of Palm City, State Jacob parents> C.I 1 Stuart aqd Martin Cgmity ,,111 Il)1f.

the representative, gave a report on Terry and son, Oor- f.
community hall and dors f'sL
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WITH TNL enjoyed the State council meeting In I Mr and Mrs,I
the dancing and games. With Gainesville In July,Cookies and c.. C. Coolie and children Buddie j
Mrs.young Hoyt people were Mr. and punch were served to Mrs. Chuck and David and Mr. and Mrs I
English and Mr. and
Mrs Arthur Hendricks, Mrs Whittle,"Mrs Alton Powell and sons of Fort \
Mrs Talmadge Brodrlck. Miller, Mrs Quigley, Mrs Shelton Pierce motored to Vero Sundayto Thrift begins in your hotae town.
Browning
spent Mrs, C.C. Jacobs, Mrs Baldwin visit at the home of Florence I
several days last week with'' her ,.Mrs Conrad, Mrs DeLoach, Murphy. .
Albert aunt and King' uncle. ,' Mr. and Mr. Mrs Pendarvis I Mrs SaundersonJMrs. i' Mr and Mrs. Keeney of Salerno Every dollar you spend 1 ere help our schools, our : .

MO .E YOUR EI JGERATOR Miss Lee Ann Bowden will Shelby McCuUey Mrs. L. .Shores called oh Mrs W W, '

FOR C Y A DOLLARS I celebrate. her Wh birthday Saturday .. I churches, your neighbojnd what is good for .; i

,'Guaranteed Tetch A etnent Lute a Lifetime Deaver Storer, son of Mr and WE'RE PROUD TO Phone 2 6 5 our community Is good for yoi X11!! ,
Mrs. Jack
McIntyre, left -tor CELEBRATE/ J!
Georgia Sunday afternoon to resume THIS DAY ,
'rElERE'S' tAT IT DOESDsfrs.ta his "irni I n A 111 intwhich live and do
studies at Georgia WE' E TRUEAMRJCANS Help keep Stuart a good pUrce i to
rem to utomalically every sight, Tech. a
'Word has been received 'here business by buying and banking \, at home. r
Ethel..,.. ley o and defre.lieg and that Roy Randall IOn of Mr. ThePirifcber"
cleaning. ices. ice a water. "' and Mrs. Rance Randall, has
enlisted with the Navy In Springfield -
8t.pa sep e9'idescy of igersior. N. J. Roy recently spent roy
three weeks visiting his parent a/hc/ r CITIZENS 'NK OPSTUART 1
food free drying
Pr o here, //K f Qnck, Dependable ,
Mr, and Mrs
leer ei life .f refrigerator ml r and e.adeasse.C Marvin Crowe
went to Miami Monday spend SERVICE Member: The Federal Kesfa c System, and Federal Deposit raurance Corporation
W .lectrlc bili--Pale for i It the funeral of Crowe cousin
Mr and Mrs. Dan Davis of WL AitB EQUIPPED ANDLE ANY SIZE JOB I

Fort Lauderdale visited Sunday ESTiM S BMITTED The Bank of Personal Service r jfT.TaM
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. St.
Onge and their daughter Mrs
tin County Electric Joyce Davis Joyce and son '
Jackie went back to Fort VollratJiPlumbmg Service NOTE TlyT CONVENIENT way to sav is with a Vdern

'erdale with them, for_a few LaUd-I ,JTCD-OBANK. ONLY $2 with your personal\ y.
,a ," Phone 75Arthur Mr. and Mix O D, : IAfifi7( VOLLRAT Some. Safely Deposit Boxes Available Now: e -

: Deltos Bldg.. and visited sons Iriendj f lease and and wtnttfej PqQrge.fore, 31 rJUtcvnA.rp, : Stuart, Fla.. I

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HUH-RAM ANNOUNCED/ BAPTIST CHILDREN BRIDE OF DONALD BURROUCHS I GIRL SCOUTS MEET Cadet C B. Arbogast Jr, left Mr andSMrs. Bam\ Etter of and Mra Jars
#, PACE I Miss Edith 'Matthews hat se I ENTERTAINED .SATURDAYThe AT WOMAN'S CLUB Sunday to finish his Junior year Dupont Ohio( were the guest of St. Lune iswtw

r lifted' for her Sunday afternoon\ ': teachers and. officers( o .............. I at Citadel where he is majoring ol her brother and sister-in-law, Sunday from a

CLIO. l program heard weekly tit 3:45 ,the primary' department\ ,of th
ATV l over Station WIRA, Fort Pierce, [Baptist Church gave ,* ar : Womans Club Tuesday after! II I Rolf Kaltenbont of West Palm Terre last week, Mr and Mrs. wore the ;assert or
Adloan tji\ & fallowing numbers: "SsierVuie" : ;;Saturday afternoon In the pr! noon 'The meeting opened bj: Beach, OOP candidate for the Well accompanied week-end the Etters While to Mr, and Mu J. tkekA
I"I"j tor the Wlboq
4t'd a y playing led by Mr*. Wai- 4th Congressional District, visited Tampa; and Mr,
game
by Rudolph Frlml and I mary rooms In honor oftbosI !\ d< there they visited friend and and Mrt w,C,
l palm j; Tttrtfrt, etothart,!">"When I Grow I who are going to be Juniors anI tee F Davey After the toUcan In Stuart .Monday...: relative '
WlthifaciM \too 'Old to Dream Slgmund I the beginner who Were going'U'be Mr, 0 L Edenf leld led In singing lets JmeR.- Myrlck and -0- i

t umbel; .nd "Teach Mil toqy' 'I priuiarte Songs were *un| : Girl Scout: songs and round, daughter Marilyn, of Hialeah, lr) and Mrs. H H. Hlpson returned
f Mrs. J F Bozone told girls about visit her last week from New York
slbly !> by Jessie Mae'Jewltt. Miss and games played. arrived Saturday to
Xi:(thews will be accompanied I Quest were Louis t *. Virginiaand t i ,b',, Oijmpla Tillman ,of Fort; Sidney,Jones Jackie Johnson lease All Girl Seoul in Americaare Moore, of 809 Btypmann j law and daughter Ux
; taking this a* their project -5- .. Robert 8, Kratkey They also A.WAT }
I Sandr* Homlar, John and L W to be completed before Dec. 1. Roy W: Young of Kensington, I visited relatives In East: Mowalk, SILVER
5t !Jim Golden, Kay Hudson, Je1' Three 'girls were appointed Kan, will leave this week-end I Cona, and peat a few day at '
Ivn\ Meggett, Violet Crews, Judle The former, Mis take care ol children at P-TA after a 10-day visit with his ,Cape CoCt,,. Mas_ _' Hollow
l "rtt.R'f and Patricia Kllgpur, 'Thorn ,,Girls are divided Into two -workgroups brother and sister-in-law, Mr, e FOR GIF
y
: A r P Mrs Edenfteld The ,Rev R. "W. fctto: of
L working
j f Maxwell, Arthur ,Atl burn.. Jr, re'H Over lie with girls on troop dramatic East and 5th Mrs St Herbert, Young. 737 Blountstown who .has been !Invited tM W wile

3 )! pa, Barbara Delick, Garry Mosley Wtne Mrs, 0 ABurrodglu I and Mrs Davey on the\ dancer: __ 0i- by: tltt members of the Baptist wt tory ar +4 op.M .
f' Sue Nell Maxwell,". ,Joyce Mall, :' badge: David Marshall left yesterdayfor Church to fill the pulpit for pt.. pit d ,. ., ,
f ; ESTATEProperties Patty Cox Mary France Am* In a Ali ; Aaf Members present were Mary Daytona Beach where be will the morning and evening services P4e.Nb,.., eb1 M.l.tees
mom! Leland Jackson and Connie I Campbel Patricia Dickey, \Nancy be the guest of his aprenU Dr. Sunday, Ia I expected to arrive Le
Crest The hostesses were mi wedding Sit King,, Nancy iuklns, Jane and and Mrs P. J. Marshall He expect Saturday for a few days, .'..e,. T, .
I I : ; Miss Dorothy Sullivan Mrs Nancy Morrison Joan Wiley, to return Oct e. -
I I.'f or\, all!l kind Harvey Homlar, Mrs. H, t), Hud irdiy nljhtDonald !Doris; Hancock, Carol ,Crandall Mr. and Mrs. J. :t Cizek are Wr.I
son, Mrs J, C Crews and Mrs, Z 'Evelyn Reita Sandra ,Davey. Mrs James H. Reardon' 'has expected Steal week from Butler,
t : I for ...Ie.anc. J P Blake/lee Jean Wells, Carol Chason Mary just returned from New ''York N. J, where they spent (he summer

C Rowell Mrs. Harmaq Bella, Jr; City' and Spring Lake, N J, --.I....
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/, committee chairman, and visitOrs where ,she visited her son\ and
)' Also rental an miur- /, Emma Ruth Donaldson and daughter-in-law' IR
: : Ann GlngletayU t -
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.Mrs Julia Tsle arrived Friday .I.Ih
4, .,Cmdr. J. H..Reardon, Jr.. from New York City where she 1
i ha* gone to Bayonne, N. J.. tor underwent a major'operation at Peat s You a Aff.rd
Y Edward
Mpp two "weeks; active duty in the Bellevue Hospital 135nd ag only "
supply corps school 1: -
I ...... Paul, Jr, and Jerry Thomas, o
t Realtor tl .H.t West who has been vldU who are attending the Northern
d inghl. son and daughter-In- A, acell soil C.E.WSJEWELtRSl
a P. O Arcade BIdj 1 ,taw, Mr, and Mrs. Robert L. Illinois School of Optometry In Condition
f t' r) ,' West, returned last Thursday to Chicago are home tor 10-day etween .Stuart J
f Phone 19 i|his home in Birmingham. visit With their parenMr.! and Jensen Belch
Mrs.. P. O Thomas. 'They; were sceola Ave

1 --MIs"t IMhNmPbst.. 'and. ion, James," Mr: and Mrs, accompanied by Miss Dorothy
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Wells. Henry Beckman, Jack Anderson of Chicago: Miss Sara -
a r Boggett' James Crewe and Gracs Jackson of Sebring was a week-
LIST your Rooms, Ap tmen and ReDial Burroughs TakesBride i Pomeroy and Verna Gamble who tit!' guest at the Thomas homein TSQUAiiPEGl
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Courteous Over Quarter

{;,, I BUYING c SEIXIi> a ANTINGACEMI Saturday a double-ring at T:30: p.m ceremony in the They turquoise wore, matching gowns In,bonnet old rose and and Dependable Service Century Experience Florida "ti / JO11a.

PHtlPG11TY t Holy CrosS Episcopal Church 1n carried old rose ,and turquoise r
n 'KrlttNorthXtolorado 3, Box No, MiamI, Miss Noreen deyer of Colonial bouquet Abstract & Title Insurant Co
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"v, '}' ell Aven Miami l became! the bride of Don- Jack Boggess was best man MEMBERS ors
I ;, ''tl' ; one 517uart ald Anthony Burroughs! of Stuart. for his cousin. Ushers were Russell sins TITLE AUOCI NAM 's4 P e .ea) Y. sail waatarrah as h.has
Oeyer, Jr, John
:; 1.t FlortdR !The Rev Gladstone Rogers per Henry Beckman, Walter Hasurt Well AN"TiTIE noN ksi. S v ae. as. I M d bpJ h ya ba8,

formed the candlelight serviceIn and Robert Gideon. '-. rsiTEaal au Mau hr.Nut .N.ewe tae w u dla
', i a setting of; gladioli and The bride's mother wore VI. .Mps M 1+ Is..t Cs dtw5 as tsaiRtA ,
mauve crepe Mrs Penney, moth\
palm The chupch
t youth choir MRNe a Dal ease.a .
er of the groom selected aSM .r
h P IF YOU ARE sang The Lord aqua axe a n
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crepe with told accessories Atthe AMERICAN E a M5 NCE C0.Ms.wl ne h4' b. h eiAM Pm a tscdbadPw.PS
The bride 1s the daughter of reception at the Geyer home, rr..WRE
BUILD1REMODELING Mr and Mrs Russell l IngersolOcycr Mrs* Walter Lee Wells/tf Stuart C $ ovra, psis., PI M aab aso a5 SS'Jf'J
Miami: : ''ThCtridegruumis Ohargo" ; q4 et '
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t'i w R Penney of Stuart. :: of Florida including St. Augustine THE REXALL STORE"
f t'iI The bridal gown 1 designedand I the bride, wore a green ONE 1 t STUA ,Itk
) made by her mother!;! was' faille dress with bronze aeces '
PAIRING -
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neckline and hemline',with long I sage
,1\\ YOUR HOME matching mitt. Draped In front 1 They will live 'in Miami while'
t to reveal tiers of lace, the full Mr. Burroughs .continues his "
,skirt was worn over )hoops The studies at the University of
full length Illusion veil was attached ; Miami graduating in February
SQCor CA I I to a tiara of orange blossom A veteran of three years in I *. The bride carried her Nan, he war graduated from
East Coa / mother white satin prayer- 'Martin County High School andattended
umber Co.
& Sbfiply I book, showered with white or* Stetson University I He ,
i chlds and orange blossoms She Is a member of Delta Sigma Phi TO
', ;th A. M SHRIGLEV, Mfr. I was given in marriage by her Fraternity and Phi Alpha
1 father, history '
honorary
Phone llf P. O Box 305 Stulfct, FU. I Mrs Fred Rhodes. His' bride, a graduate of Theta'i .

J stead, matron of honor, High School also attended
: turquoise taffeta made 1ome-1 son University where she "
Was
\ I''to: the bride dress She president of Pi Beta Phi Sorority The of Martin County
'Waterfront Pr erties I matching bonnet and carried I II and was\ a' member of Theta Glowers .
I O t d'r e t e chtyaanthemums.Brldesmalde .! Alpha Phi honorary society .
I I were Miss Emily Jo Quests the
( Along the an and Et, Lode rivers ref Kobe Sound attending wedding
I|Vance Miss Mary Blake, Miss from Stuart were Mr and Mrs.
: i4 Ocean Fronurser ,Barbara Earnest and WE ,ARE OW PREPARED to
Miss Eleanor W: O Penney and son, William FURNISH YQD WITH
I I .Dqoley, of. Winter Garden ;Jr" Mr; apd, Mrs, J, C. Anthony e .
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J I II II e a nuwwh Ca., r quire. 1.1 skill by tbeN at,. I.,. ..less/.
: I I -..- wL V tic. stsay.f, tic. .aa. MIXED FRESH AT 0 olANTOWN PtANT

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bail's .t a w dabHal 1 eh.Pea ha.5ah AMOUNT
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ash !.data v' N cas ha s..at.1 whhw.k .
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I5IAL t NEWS and Happenings/ of the/ WEEK IN STUART Saturday Mrs: In, Nellie Brooklyn from PetzOnl'months where returned she vacation v-- r ? r r ? ''ja


ited relatlTes Mr. Penonl fe- Who M Mr. Shhhu.hJ,., ,' i
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SAUST VISIT I SCHROE ERS ENTERTAIN |f'I' RECEIVES WINGS*" CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY ,, Thoihas S. Tomllnsoni son ot lamp shades tor sale His Voice I t ;t.

Bonnie J. Carter State Mr. and Mrs Curt Schroeder.I Mr and Mrs E. R Tomllnsun, You will hear it in the: .
TH JRS., 30 Dutch Treat Club Civic Center, 130:) .
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Improvement specialist tor Jr., entertained with bridge Saturday p.m. and family 'have moved from Mrs. Stella Deese. accom- Lyric), Wednesday I
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American Legion, Legion headquarter, ,East Slh St 8pmFRI Jacksonville to Yukon, fill,.
evening at their home EldortGrle'flold NightCash ,
lotid Extension Service 425 North Oct 1: Joint KiWttnif Rotary, Woman Club, 1215pm,; foot paned by Mr. and Mrs !
Georgia "
I the office of the Martin Brock won high ecore.Ave James Other bull game Okeethobee vs. Stuutf; high ichoot Sold, 8pm! 'Mr. and Mrs;: : James Rozar and of Miami was the rise Await the "y

r Demostratlon Agent rri- guests were Mrs. 'E. J. Smith, I SAT.,.Oct, 2: FHA district Meeting/ Civic Center/( all day son, Terry, who have been visiting sister Mrr let brother-in-law M. Walker and WinnerlIllI41ih I
tf
rs Carter conferred with Miss Flora Stanley, MM Brock, v MON. Oct 4: )Jaycee-El1e., Civic Center; 8pm. .Mr. and Mri Harris Lowery, of and.Mrs. Sunday I'j'j
uclle Ineoe on new profit Mr. and Mrs, John; Dumlch, Mr [TUE. Oct, S: B,', wnies, Mn Arthur Dt lions, 313:1 p.m., Ctrl returned--.- -to--Miami- _. -Sunday----_..- -Rlv.--r-ld .J3rtv_ .: \
work In the. field of and Mr, Charles H. Kindred i I Scouts, Woman Club, 3:45 p.m.; County Cummuuiuiiert, CourtHouse lll t: ': .
In and Mr
Improvement: J.1a1'tln Coy and Mn Joseph A Me i Ii pin i

., .. .. I WED., Oct 6; Rotaryi Chsx\ >Vi 12:15 p.m.; Sak.nlOvlc/ Assod We Sell Nationally ::1
IIIIIIIIIII 1111111111 1 1 1111 1 111111 II 111111111111111111111111111111111lIIIIIIIIIIIt1aRINER'S lion, Saletno Civic- Center. I& p.m.; open house in honor of Mr, Thea e .St rt

I and Mn. F. R. Hoi ton, J J. L. OoI<111all'a ml veil of ,1 at
0 f THURS Oct,.T;Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center 1:30: p.m. -
RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT I ; = :. l lI.

i SPlClAt MENU EVERY DAY 2 ARE HOSTESSES ROWELL ENTERTAINS l7Je TOD4Y 7: .UR ,AY

Fried C\cken. Steaks, Oyster and Shrimp FOR STORK..SHOWER FELLOWSHIP.CLASS Born inLiving ame '. on.

HOME COOKED y Mrs. Glenn-Ulmer and Mrs.' Marvin $I. Rowell;; was host i iI My* ,r"Ro1 ...,. I I..
Delicious Food
fatty 5MRS. with a chicken pilau dinner
au Cabre were Joint hostessesat
Thursday evening at hlj home
LBERT GRINER a surprise stork shower givenIn In 8t Lucle I Estates, entertainingthe I /ft ts felt ''Liu, .,lirCrpu'IC
honor of Mrs Carmen Yarley Men s Fellowship Bible Class i ''' t Is A/rr n! ,,,,
.jre In Curb Service Et r"i i ''ra ot the Baptist Church.
of Casa Terrace at th/ home Of
Mitt NOlfTH iMLUCIC RIVER BRIDGE ON FED NOliiiiiHiiHiiiiiliiiiiiiinwiiiMiiMiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiiim L ,
Class officers were nominated
Mrs: R. L. Callahan 219 West
/ / iirfniimriiN !2nd St, Sept, IS and elected AI Mathers was R.I f
The color scheme of pink'and elected teacher: Z. T Moslcy, r
'blue was carried out in all the president; Roscoe H. Rollins, ,
'I decorations Miniature pink and secretary, Wilson McClure, assistant y "
blue umbrellas were favors on secretary, Rowetl bat ,
the refreshment plates and the vice-president, John, S. Moore, it y F'
NIALDE
7 gifts were displayed In s ruffled 2nd vice-president, and J' F
pink and blue umbrella. Wester, 3rd vice-president. Groupedptains I
h
flames and contests were entJoyed are John C. Golden I
Prizes were (given to Mrs Ulmer Stngletary'! and Henry 1ADDS I
Rose'Wale. Mrs Kate Leonard, Crews. iWg r' y
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AN'SBA Hazel Donaldson and Mrs.
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs;, Web Ordway of = k 1 111
t
Julia Others present
Buddlngton St. Lucie Estates have as their ( I
were Mrs Dora Johnson, house guests Mr. and Mn H P. h Dow To Rid' iJ j
Mrs. J. D. Saxon' Mrs. .George ,
Md.
Luckett of Silver Spring tAI !TAR MFOY)
Apostalopoulas, Miss Maude "RHI 1' N BL l9' 50-re
YAt Buddington, Mrs Kenneth Stlm- !
mell, Mrs G. C. Crews, Miss f
Helen Walz, Mrs. 'Van Chason THIRSTY ozOT Fridal Saturday
Mrs,O.L White, Mrs.J.L..Camp-
BE\CH Cmdr, Fran! !B i Voris USN"", son bell, Mrs. 1.*A. Ausburn, Mrs. triple (Veali Program!

of Dr. and Mrs Honn M. Von Vernon Chason Mrs Ray Trlay. No. --
Will rfor the Sea o\ Monday !I Mrs. R. L. Callahan and Mrs C / / omplete Custom J
opj of Um and'
0 r 4, with their us\I I line shown rpanhig+ Ins! Nuvul avu*
Mr. and Mrs B. D. Brown had
tor WIIIRI: from Mrs, W. P. I as their dinner guests No Extrap Asphalt Tile Ii

Bakery; product v \\txxls wifi of Cdr \V P. evening }"Jr. and Mrs, Willis I ChJtge I
Mileage ubber Tile
fa. Wood, wociilive" officer( at the Paget honoring Mrs. ,
ARLES ALDERMAN, rop, Naval Air Nation Corpus Clirist). birthday, I' A GRT leaoe i iB For Woisln inoleum ABB01'Tf f

.Tr M. Omimniulrr Voris entered Mr and Mrs Herbert Weir of ii i Stua/t C4rk Tile : g .,I
he Navy J&q>t. 13, 1941( at Davenport and ,Mr. and Mrs. "

J-ttknoiivillo, and sprvcd! 25 Robert Gamer were dinner Of r Expert MechanicGRUFFINECKER
months oY'U as. It lie parents guests of Mr. and Mrs Carl Roth
igher; f fashioned .f are> (budding a]'omo in Ki>\;,St. Sunday evening at their home Give You 1 1'tear
Lucic. (lie Ii lion] nephew, of in Tropical Farms 1611.
It .... ,. aladdur
/ C vi. A. C. Vorii <>t the Franco r A Guaranteed Job uteAn'UrlvR!
hGNi1 TfUWs&WA/If Mrs. Eva Andrews arrived Sat.urdsy
.QLGi>
Apts from Whltesvllle, Tenn, i1 : .
for a 10-day visit with, her son- -
MRS COLPEN HOSTESS in-law and daughter, Mr. and
M mttji tA S !*
& tOMV.
Mrs. John C, Golden was hostess Mrs. Theodore Hut of CaliforniaAve ; Inc. r
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Thursday! evenlas\ at her a
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home '731 .Btypmaw Blvd.. for Gordon HutcM'+.w C*'-'has- returned FLOOR COVERINGS'*, Renegade |& til From
the EIIrRIIanciasa ot the Baptist
Church: Mrs+Walton Parks gave to Alabama Institute of Tech 900 SoifTi Dixie_' Fort Pierce*' Fla..1 r '
slits nology (Auburn) where he Is i
V" Atr the devotional Plans were discussed : IslsLt. ; )
//1la1 ,tot an Initiation banquetfor studying. landscape !architecture !
SlpN ; after a ''.week vacation' here L VrCIL'AI M '
itt the new officers to be elected IA ;;
IM with his mother Mrs.Velma V, ,

1 DRt 'at f Sunday" I Butcher. w e'_ l COME IN AND V lOW THE SENSATIONAL NEW j '

Miss Charlene Keith has resigned .
The .
One
her position In Atlanta aM ly ,I
and returned home Sunday to "SUPR AN" Ij I
help manage Keith dry cleaning VIkA'df 5E a
1 :: establishment. "Westin house I AL.ET FOXEr I 94 UNO:' (ClrloM;) ,j

Miss Louise who ;I
:
was called to tfnanty: the Sunday, Monday; '


I Y t ? rtrI death Mrs, of 5.17.yesterday' her.Rudd_grandmother. _returned. ,Sat.urday returned s saves':',: 10 gallons water IQadft. I t-sd&2 D 63';tI s E, nly&i aa'rMrnr

from Galveston Texas, FF war w /.
after a month plait with her r 1 ,
t i t daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
E and Mrs. R. P. Eavlsworth The
P Davlsworths have a 7-Ib, f-os. Q ""I
Itl
/ ,\l; girl; Jane 'Nell, born Sept. t. / On .. ..'.tr. hou.. ih
Mrs. Davlsworth *o the former t
Miss Lillian. Rudd. aundrOfnot .r
Y- 9-1. ,, Pg 1.
Mrs. Mae Clark returned home ? sw AutomatIc Washer i.fl1iONE /
tl Friday from Mountain City Oa., .
; b bW be. where she spent- the' summer, \ i, .- v ?any gives you the new Ttfl
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Dr. and Mrs'Howard W. Keail, ANNI n R t+ Y
who spent the ,summer,In Ja- WATER $AVER aw.ttUH c w
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t ;;
maica, N. Y... returned Sunday -
VENET td their home- _In Port Sewell t,More "
COTS \WATER
BLIND :. i CONSUMPTION "Ea Uct Bu era"
Ralph Hartman, Jack! Cole- .
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Prase Manufacturif Co. man, Al Shrigley and Roy, Rlcou TO THE lONE tARTOON AN
sOX less' FORT itack attended the Old Miss.-Fla, football Lat Fox fws
e. came In Gainesville Saturday
night.' .

T lsa.s-a. d. ,;

tMMUS ANYWHEftfl/ 1ST us move .

rs.. Nellie Pezzoni NO BOiTINOr ,,1 MlUCHNIta SwAtsrr NA y
FOKE YOU BUY, How It...;
HO VWftAnONt t 1, r t
< MUSI, 4 4I 4I

NNOUNOES SAVES WATER I
1 1wrwwee

i..r.e..NMI re..r r Ex 've Water Saver measures water

The teopenin oSANTO' b to tkeVw of the ioa4. AH you 'do.toN

I i NN1/ set the l! j

ANTI E SHOP M aeWa
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aM w..b Idle. R D 'WASHES. CIEANBRV
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in the ghters -- 9
Building 1-
How hi ftvofcw
ffHe'
i Exclusive, gent but thorough washing

Wit me ofLAMPS' lbeDe twky in aA to ka.. wined ate,. "action, Soiled ws' drains.away from', I;

'll0912AThe new Co T3 ,sew.louses w U tH Ieuwkesn.tM clothes. lOt lhr JIlt *. VENDS y

thhi with Martin Mannii' much:, P SHADES If ..We'11pI, ( 'op doth! *,.To* some to MM > Special I ,; '
special Ame a's ,
1'
slimnVig .' de .tan ami er f** Lauldronial wadi.then D I 'WASHDA WORK Burning Pr !
more lemrJle yet with the same deftness (tor Ready M p and to Order'"CAP ? Ott gaia. i t ':'1 i
"--. 'W. reea.yo.eelolbee; to 7tx1 .
tffetf and proportioned W. Here,the news ofIpastetFrencJoll DI MONTE IECES"- .... ... ,My. &bk'.ywssd) the ;Washes triple rinse,da .clealisv .. w R' 'l 1 11 I i fl', I
Into a rippling CanUily M Fr tA.ve .
that lengthens j t '
collar trir ed .w Dresden Figu """ oJ'' ltaeltI.otr1..- : ,.. ._ _"' ..... ,. Vi' sR I I't
Card blacli trimmed with Blue, Black or Brown W + f'j

with Aqua Tissu-T rayon crepe, 1611325. Also a Complete Lino o 1f j

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j "AR LIGhT 'tllE STUART NEWS\ StUART, MARTIN COUNtY; ILORIDA: THURSDAY; SEPT. a.. .1,1"

j iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiMiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimimuiii iiiiMiiiiiiimiimimiMii I I1ORTONS CELEBRATE STATE'S AGRICULTURE 1 o'===.Cloc::=:::loaOC:==SOCl I- ..DffS MEET TO PUN


I ,' :" ''':' ,(II q11"It'i: SOCIAL NEWS 5TU Mr. ANNIVERSARY and Mrs.' J. X. Colemar $$75,000, PAID SOUND FINANCIAL HUDSON POSITION SAYS I ilerAP l Civic, Association jj jjE psahlng Alt th, ep

I'/ \ It i ', nilllllWIIIIinmmilllimllllllllimilNIIMWIimWimiimillllMllll l ; lllllffmilll will hold: open boost at theli; TO ENGINEERS Orlando: Even !though!\ the OIaOc:: ::=::: ( :: B1 GLADYS B. ,PERRY :aoz==oci Program PIsaiting fcenairus Mseti5
I Martin Road home In St. Lade costs of things the farmer use \
t 11 ?IRs."nET'IIER Pvt Paul Donald-
HOSTESS | 1st CUM O. t'the happy to see President are inIi t,
f I TO JXOIANTOWN Cll'BMrs. Estates from i 'to 9 p.m. neal are continuing upward, Floridaagriculture Salem Civic Association we art IPeeUk
son, 17. sort ot Mr, and Jd'l.'Cecil. alertIng
Is Conrad improving and s
maintaining i a
J O. 'W. Fletcher was hostessro'ndfintown Donaldson Of (1$ South Wednesday In honor of her pareents : ON FLOOD PLANi sound lIn .nct&\\''p altlon; according I held no meeting Sept. ft because I Charles the tins work accomplished .
..1 pm w' Demonstration Mr. and Mrs. t. R. Horton, The Civic Center appreciate
'Camden Ave- arrive Saturday to D. S. Hudson, president lot the ,storm
may
;; i I, t dub las Thursday. A who were married at Melbourneon numberof by VicePrealdenti '
.
CLIO of the Citizens Bank of Stuart. shelter to a
I for a Visit with tier served as a
i parent ET
\ II r report on the Gainf-svUle meetli i Mrs. RasmusMortensen Si'
Ssunderson
Oct. 8, 1198. Horton came to I i Governor ,Caldwell last week Hudson, who represents the Mrs.. %eater Keenelremalne4' ,
) $ was heard Ana ptam\ were Mra. Donaldson said Monday": people.
will hosted to a
be
I Florida Bankers Association as
ATAd I Orange City from New Hampshire I announced the payment of during the
made to ntertatn! the Martin 1 on duty
He has finished an U-week basic .5 *
I I. County( Council at IndiantAwnte with his parents at the, l$75,000 to the U. 8. District En- I Martin County: advisory banker, for the card Party tonight Coming
span t : ,I''\! October, Present were Mrs. training course at Parrls Island, age of T and has lived on the. I glneers' Office in Jacksonville I noted 'that Florida. farmers are duration of the hurricane Youth Night will be chaperonedby
Palm ,' I IWlthi ,! ,'I/ V. O: Math W. Mrs. 4. P. OemnwfMrS. S. C.. with Platoon 124 of the East Coast for SO ,eare. With a. as a part of local contributions being generally successful In Civic: Association 'and CaptToley Mr. and Mrs. Scottels \. :: :
i 0. IX PuJker, Mm. E.Webb. 2n4 Recruit Battalion. He was partner H. 1. Klopp, he built the.1'to the 208000.000 flood control i avoiding the dangers of excessive Enpebreten: ,was In charge .
i iJacMi ---
[:one of pine In his croup Who recently I debt during the current !Inflationary -- ------
: .. Mrs. Fran* Mlllrt Jr., old Gosling residence where project for Centra) and Southern of Red Crort bperations.Although .
J 1\1I1\ ,", Frank WlItr. hive, W. 0.OnvWtif set ,all new 'rifle range George Keith how lives, the A. Florida. I / period from'a. national still Incomplete,
" *5L i ::1' i Mrs C M. Fletcher, callflcatlon record with an M-i. I P. Krueger home Mrs. H. W. I These sums In advance of the Quoting bank survey temporary facilities In we at wHIi1
I'' ..- 'j'jI t !! Mrs 0., S. FWU-her, Mr B. His score: was 306 which earned 1 JBcssey's home and the Carnegie ''Federal approprlatlbn will allow i Agricultural of: lending Commission made of by the the present' made the Clvlo Center
I WrtcrVMrs.'! E C Rollins and him w "expert" rating: residence on Eewells Flint. Mrs. {construction on the project to American Bankers" Association, comfortable Place! 'or all who
I i Mrs. S F.piiiHiitiimiiimuiiiiiiiiimunmiimiii. Shehcd! Horton came to Fort Fierce from 'begin nine to 18 months earlier sought. shelter and everyone
,. -"'- I Loraln. Ohio, taught in St. Lucle :than would have been possible, 11847 I I[Hudson Florida reported; banks that loaned durIng$28-{ feels glad that *t last. Salerno 0c
IIIIIUIUIIIHIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllll"BECKER'S1 County off 20 year before coming if the contributions had not for town
has .this fine building
I (78,000() to their farm customersAt :
: 'to Stuart 10 years ago. (been madethe Governor said une. Spectal thanks should fie! w AKt 5' SlAPs set
the beginning of 1948 the
I Friends of the Hortohs arp cordially In releasing: the 'I / and Mw.Mortensen. .
Mrs. Keency
} r.tt.llll. total agricultural loans outstanding given
1 In letter E.: q RIlE
invited/ to the reception. a to It would be ..Impossible RAILWAY
in Florida banks aggregated
"' Teale, U. S, Army District Engineer -; '
3'
= mention.ail the
: t Miles North of Stuart on U. S. I f = TEEN CENTER SPONSORS I at Jacksonville Oovernor I'I $15,855,000 compared with / for of me members to who have BOAT BUILD R ItS'StoR4
1r I GIVEN FOR SEPTEMBER: Caldwell said that the payment 'proximately $13,1)00,000', ) at ap-I names Items to the Civic (Curt) WHIT R, Prep. I
f '. CUST/RDS of the two checks, one for'. beginning of.( the preceding given so many: .Is 244 Stuart, Iii, r
service
ap-
::1 DELIC ?US FROZEN | Mrs. L.' A': Arbogast. Mrs. Carl $15,000 from the Board of Com-;I This high percentage of Center but their
B. Roth"Mrs. A. A. Hendry Jr., missioner. of the Everglade] Is Indicative of the prosperous predated.
J I IiL 0H Hamburgers Sand 'ches = I Mrs. II:. J. SmIth ''and Mrs. Karl;Drainage District, and the other i condition of Florida agriculture.The .J -------:: :'-' _
Ij j ; .. Shlkes ,iJ, Krueger will be the sponsors for $60,000 from the Trustees of I I advance. In outstanding isaccounted
r Cold Dci a i. Coffee Milk | for In -
: principally
II at the teen Center dance Saturday I 1 the Internal 1 Improvement Fund, '
,, ,'r' 1 night and Oct. 30 'at the'would be followed by "amountsi loans for production purposes '
OPE 11 A, M. to 11 P. M. I Civic Center! starting at 7:30.Mrs. : (totaling $41,000 from other local'which reflects,! the Increased:
r IIh4HHhihlIitiihlhhlhhhlithihri ihhhiirhhhuhhuiuihiuhhiihihiiiiuhilhl 111I11I111111I11:; r... D. McElfresh, Mrs. Rob- ''interests." 1 availability'' of materials and ;
!ert Garner Mrs. F M. Kramer I The latter amount will be three equipment for capital improve $'
and Miss Mamie Symoneuwill)( {I contributions of '11,000 each I ments. | ,
serve Oct. >, Mrs, R C. Johns,,.''from Dade, Broward arid Palm CABLE ,PUT UNDERGROUND O. ,
': ''I C UTANT : Mrs Elmer Beatty, Mrs WayneR I Beach Counties. That money isI I
Page, Mrs. Grant Leek and I being* given by the County Com The present overhead tele
Mrs OCecll Donaldson on Oct. 'I mlssloners Of those counties. And phone cable is being put underground
,
COMMERCI PHOTOC HY It and Mrs. O. D. Hayes Mm. the Governor said he thought on East 4th fit from
M. J. Morrison Mrs. Dennis S.''I the $45,000 would be available Flagler Ave. to Hibiscus Rd., City '
: Real Est Photography Hudson. Mrs. E.: D. Wells and ', from those sources "sometime in Manager L, B. Eurtt said yester
Mrs. Joe Constance on Oct. 23. i| November." .clay The work which will eliminate '
1 Attractive Photos of Tf r flsh2ng Party Catch. I The Governor's letter pointed part of the poles in that SALE
Mr. and Mrs. Roman J. Irwln1 out that the contributions are' 'distance started Sunday, but END \ f MONTfl
: : PORTRAITS AND A IAL PH0T0C1PHYI' returned Friday after a four- '1 i being made under the conditions I'I'lot Runt said no estimate of completion >
months't'isit in New York City..!I the U. S. River and Harbor : was given. %
rueger Bldg. 13 263 son. 324 Irwin\ suffered a injury cihf 1935.
I' ; thaC'r I
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while fishing in ) I letter to Colonel Teal
{ t but is recovering and Mrs. Irwin also stated that the funds "are J
I ; !!llljitllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll11i iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii ii iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiu suffered a head cut sprained''subject tp conditions put upon ws' SPECIAL GROUP
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;. ankle and bruises when struck''their acceptance by the chalf- i 4 / '
h | BILL FREE J by a truck on Otis Ave In New I'man of the appropriation com '&aL -I :.
I mittee of the House and SenateOf '
York but is recovered, they re j 'veap */

: k. 1 ::: Dcing Butness As ported. e- Purpose Congress.\ 'of" the contributions 1'' ofON

Mr. and Mrs E. Mennlnger from the local interests 'lat this I '
: Sales and Servrce Co. 1
'
': i I Equipment returned Tuesday afternoon time die. Governor said.: Is for i You Flo era

if I :1 ., Moisture 'Where and 4 hen You Wt It" from a summer Visit at .theIr '' for surveys construction and plans of necessary first* i C & ,SHEERDRESSES
residence in Cashiers N, C.
IP flE = IRRIGATION SYSTEMS. PUMPS! f -e- phase flood control works in Cen.
MAOIU'! 1URC tral and Southern Florida, 'I '
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Williams 1 1Li
'tii :E Free Sprinkle Portable rrigat&on Sstenss attended the cosmetic show in Commenting on the contribution ricE 0
;* g 5 's13.w FOllf rllACE 3siaANGE: AVE. West Palm Beach Monday and I Col. A. O. Matthews Chief AIt1
"lw'' :: .. 0......... F1. r..... a to Tuesday. Engineer of the Division of Water
and Research, declared Ak5.Vh..O,5 'O57.,
IUUhuIhUHhlihhihhlUIlUUUiUighhUIhlhlflfflljhlUIUlI/ lUHhhhlflhhliUhhIihUhUUWhhutuhuiiREALE.TE Mr. and Mrs.-11-J. Y. Harper arrived ,rte; funds are 1 5354 I. .5 tht .d 5u ..,,4

.. last week from' Ontario to cellent example of the 0 5lt eh. 5.'V .
\ ,
ohw.4 TI lgh IbI.
spend the winter at their homeat ous cooperation the marvel-I ., .. .t..l. ene' .d ofi
Riverside Park. Southern Florida flood ...._4 t.IM I .0.. I.t I. 'O
-e- project has ha3 from .
Mr. and Mrs. Meal O. Bishop agencies iuvolved-the counties.
= Homesites and Wa fro e 200 Atlanta' Ave. arrived Satur- !drainage districts and the State.*
j'dv4 -- ReasonableNew day night by auto from an eight-

I 'ii :-- Address) 4th Street, p ste School weeks Cleveland vacation 11'1' ChIcago and' SECOND CUB SCOUTS; YEAR START HERE

.... -,. ..' ?L ?;
.. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Palmer tinder the leadership of Cub- ;
.... have moved Into. Mrs. Bertha M.Baldwin's 'I master 'lames-.W. Pegranf an ;
'ji .. 'O1'T9: KB1N.E1 duplex ,at 157 Cleve- enthusiastic! group of Cub Scouts
.. .land Ave.FER'Z'iLIZElt. started .their new year of Instructlon 'p'OCUM'\
---------- at ,a. meeting! at the jRTjAJ
CONSUMPTIONThe Episcopal chapter: house Monday' '
night. Pegram succeeds Stewart I'
inspection., bureau of the Springer. .
: L State Department of Agriculture Two dens are operating this
Your idle reports 123 tons of fertilizer -,year In Stuart, !No. being bead- '
neyE materials and 126 tons -of I I ed by Mrs. Springer and No, 3
mixed fertilizers were consumed j by Mrs. B. D. Fulton. No. twill '40* 0-. A.... .
I Martin County in August. / I t be formed It is reported, as soon 5.tkc 1)._ lid..

E- Canea/i/ 1\ -'- /. I as a den mother can be secured.: _.
J: It also is honed dens In Jensen -
"-
oj I sel child Salerno :also can be
\\1;\ ; :' formed this year. "1
I 1. .
I'', I'' : 2111.' Heading I the Cub Scout Pack \ ""'
.. Committee Is John W. Keller -
4 f aided by Sam H. Austin and C. STUART'S POPULAR / ;
: ik.rAnhm* F. Burke. Sponsor is the P-TA

I, ; and all boys "-12 years of age .a
: on who'are Interested should con

I I j : Insured vings{ H {L tact Fulton either Attending Mrs. Springer Monday's or Mrs. RINE "

.?1' ,\ \ I : Acco nts ; I meeting were Lee Brock, Robert : ROOM
Glass
; "Sonny" Chason, Thomas '
; I : The Federal Savings anJfLoan Insurance Corporation :Smith, Russell Keller, Guy
"f- 'r insures individual acflunts to 5000. usband I Burke, "Sonny" Cone,* William ,.. '
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wind wife may have total 15,000, Ills ted. I Cathey, Henry Austin James
fuliy 0 romf
BUILJMNG-IN "HEART
I ICTORY .HOTEL THE OF
Crawford, :
i "' FiratTFedoral; savings a unta are legal i Inv tmentet James Pegram, Jr'

)"f:t -for Trust! Funds as well Funds* held by Guardians, Hea t New ,I Steven Michael West.Fowler"Mickey", Albert Springer Shrlgley.Ilr. ,, '

Administrators and Exe ora I ., Warren Rice and Ben and
John Fulton. f the "
Call Write OpemUfor Season
; ,
Well glfatigued r worn, I SCHOOL TO RESUME .

r s "second Florida's Food Handlers",
:I' ; FIRST ffEDERASavings wind" t t'fl ke 'em I School resumed Its program '
fide like and-n l Bring Monday, Dr. Wilson 'T. Sawder FRIDAY 1 S1'I \
'J in youtoday old tre -bares State health officer, announced 4 P.M OCTOBER; 1
: andoLpan Association eli renewl'em in this week.: The school was suspended 'a
f a jiff during the summer First ., i'l'
I l of Indi River County place to be visited by. the food l '

1 STEnO 3 Cli. FLORIDA! soncble Pric handler training program will .
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.' ::151Z-20lb Street be Pensacola. then the school ,
1 Dial 2 7 uart Recap DA
Will<< .swing down to Fort Pierce .
I R. W. SedgwKk, Secretary-Treasurer Service and Vero Beach and on to Key, I

\''III : Member Federal I, me Loan Bank and Federa son's Service sItio West, .. \ .t:: 'f
I I: Loan ASSOCUTION. MEET \ .<" TO THE MUS ';' \
;! Savings an Insurance Corp. 0 HIGHWAY
TED. S. t
\ (, Uj The effect of rail rate increaseS "
\' .' Current dividend Ate. sins rtf I totaling mort than ,'0
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ai"I jjl r __._n I 'per and cent what during the industry the' past.Is year going,.- HUGH: :.. '::GLINT: 0 >> ES.TR4

-, to. do alxjut l It -wlU be one of 1 I. '. .1 J" '. ,,1/' .. '- .' Y' ., > "j.
the items
major for discussion
at the 6th annual meeting of t' "BIGGEST I .L1TTL / AND IN. 'THE SOUTH" 'oI 1r

7WTE/ I the Florida Fruit and Vegetable :. < '. ,, oJ r" uI
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Association In West Palm Beach I J 'I '"
Oct. 5-J-7, according, to LaMonte : -
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Draw, marfagtr:; t of the '. ::: ; Sh' jf.i"1 .w1

Hard Cqsive association ; '. POT. { .. I "I
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STUART MEWS, STUART, MARTIN.COCNTT: FLORID,THURSDAY, KEPT;. SO, 194J Pjtl liI111;
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RING CROPS Week's LegalInstruments liiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t i tions, and Industrial product FEC TRAINS CHANGE d', 1'

H, .$15,000,900_ TOO valued at $133,000,000, mad, from; SCHEDULE SATVRDAY'" j
f LATE CLASSIFY
these agricultural ,
a'. oil bearing crops fftQlt' crop I "" '
; Being a modern gal Miss Flor-: Change la the running 'tlm*
at ,
lined approximatelylust ----.. By BtJSSELL KAY
.- ; : !! ida took liP aviation stain early of the Florida East Coast Railway .
00 "ytr.t. the rei i WARRANTY' 11111111111111 1 IIII IIII III 111111 1 1 111 Ii 11111111111 1111111111111111111111 I I I I I I I I I I i l 111111111.111 I I and. Mlamian I I
Industrial. division Hlb. fats W.rtk.n u I M Hlol>... age It was she who established s Champion .
| and', I J"h. I. HIcUwlio. u II....... W, Ordinarily I don't like 'stalls-, receipt were up 9fi'per tent with the first commercial airline )ln' were made effective Sato tgay; :

J Florida Btite .Chamberimerw Or.Lsouth..,. 8-,.. ton' .n4 m.bw,. tics but sometimes they tell such j only) f per cent for the}. rest of the world operated by Tony, official of the line announce.
) reported yesterf T orpora'Ion to to. Tmp.. a vivid story that their \use la the country Janus between fit. Petersburg
ltotort" ., ... Southbound the Championnow
WriiM HMIY S_ .
f q/ weekly bualrie?* re- M., a Is.Wat.t vir ... .11., ..... JI Justified {! Being a smart young Woman, end Tampa.' She made eyes at operates on a slightly earlier;
Up in Jacksonville
R..infM' lead of
M r. my Jnan' 4)ipp) Pan American
p, O. Th..... M T.eb Lan... friend Harold Colee, executive! Mill Florida saw to It .that her Airway and Eddie Rlckenbackerof schedule down the east coast,'
H. a O..h.m ... (: ......, a SO In the
nuts are the only'Elorproduced I' CHATTEL MORTGAGEr.n. I. vice-president of the State Interests'were, well protected by Eastern Ah Line and they' leaving! Jacksonville : i
for'oil alone A. P." It...... ".1"1." ., 1i..1. lIank Chamber of Commerce while Insurance While the other gals their biggest operationsdown morning, arriving Stuart 113: '

Ught 1,200000 to I theanswers of 1.lCbI.boh+ ':.""w"' ;',...... C. soft W.t..., not a statistician/ himself, has away of the nation only Increased :moved here p.m and at Miami 1 leave J.30 Miami p.m. Northbound later.
last yeaj. Eighty: eer./a4 "'., r of laying things end to end their life Insurance 68 per cent,
An outdoor she Indulges in insteadof
t or the total produc- AFFIDAVIT f/a. and coming up with tome start Miss Florida Increased here 127 gal at 9:30: In the morning,
Fused In paint. and var- W.'n.Io'J.Ieb.R.ro. H..b... .t.so Tit.Tho P.bll.p.bU. ling Information per cent commercial, and sports fishingloves 9:10: leave Stuart 11:45: am.
to roam through the forests
The unique. waterproof! r, 0. 'lbOe1.. I N p.hll& The "other woman1 In Harold She spend a lot of time on the likes to dig for phosphateand i and arrive Jacksonville 4:30: p,m. 't
LIE and
1 It; ol tung oil makes It Juy G.b,. d. Mr.. V.ne.ll t. 9.b.. '* life Is a charming and beautiful telephone and according to other minerals and Is still The Mlamian on Its fall
all other oil* for this MORTGAGE Colee, she 1 Ii winter schedule 1 II leaving
known 125
to
r j gal as Miss Florida" now using per
I t( A, RI.,' the most charming hostess in Miami northbound at 11:05: am,
: Dm.br :-w':;. :' P.1 I= ;:.. and I mean he sure keeps tab cent more business phones and the nation, No wonder Harold N
... ., l'/i\ hour earlier than former.
j,from the pine tree latipal soot / on her, 207 per cent more residence 12
Is her But he'l nota
source from which I MINERAL RIGHT In, a recent talk before'' the phones, to show' an ,Increase of crazy about ly leaves Stuart at 1:23: pm.,
a. N M.d.e to P, G, N"'h..... bit jealqus 'You can step out Jacksonville 1:2: I'
arriving pro.
variety of Floridapfo- QUIET CLAIMt Avon Park Chamber of Commerce nearly twice that represented by the better'
with her and
anytime
|oils artmade; but the 4; PW..d..0 .1 to P.al TbwueJr. Harold told why he! was ,the rest of the,country. time you have the more he will Effective with this change all-PuU."'In'
schedule It becomes
I used (OP other purpose* PERMITS w In love with the gal and com- She depends 'on Mr Reddy like It, an
The value of the naval To. J.:.ta"0 rinlq. Ro.... JIt ... .t pared her to all the other gals In .. I man train in both direction\
Kilowatt I
/1 that energetic! little -
IloSlon. L.A. S .. : Other FEC train will continue I
tharvit! In Florida last .d 1 Slob,I"t. .. the country to that she '
br l_ ft. <*.11.neo, Cool, prove busybody, to help tier and last Florida "tree farm"+ system : schedules
operating on present
ached Hi.000.000. a large UU r.r II e.. R.< "..hl.., 8|. L.... II....,... could hold her own with any of year Reddy delivered 3,7S3,000.- was neartng the 1.000Ooo-acr. until the inauguration of winter.

which represented oil ..wd. ..''nC.n,...I'. "..HUwk.......19 S*.ono-wt.l b r It ft blot I sod, CLEAN UPATTICS t Too. 'em.When 000 kilowatt hours tor her. 185 mark on Its 2nd anniversary In I service Dee. 13. Ij
IL.T., able. ..of, ".>*."... ky' it comes to figures Miss per cent greater than In 1940 June .w.
Florida" can knock Just about :;,:::-_ ..: ,.
while the national! average Increase xMartin "
CELLARS AND all of 'em for a loop. Her development was only \141 per cent,
Is really amazing. While Justly proud of all these ; .1,
CLOSETS. ND STARVE' From 1940 to 1946 her total"Income evidences of Miss Florida's leadership Well i'Drilling '1 1r

1 to individuals Increased Harold n-iys her real ty .
IOK 163 per cent while those of thereat charm and popularity ls her "; \
of the nation only Increased sunny disposition. Thank to NEW PRICE ., r ;, : :

123 per cent. 'That 1s really ank- that, she enjoys an annual cash 1 t/4 1 i/s a inch ila drill
ling along If you ask me. Income tha| he estimates at <
From a flat-footed little country 125,000,000. He calls It her Point or Open End, A1 W Gu.ranteed

gal she has blossomed into a Income" This is made up$1"1 Well pulled cleaned an redriven j ;'

FOR SALE 7 t lady farmer of real Importance $790000000 from tourists Pumps Sold and Repaired lf ;
Her farming operation gave hera winter visitors; (Miss F '
cash Income of more than likes company and does plenty 1 C. MAYEfyrtSR WEI '
FraAU dwelling and garage in I Eldo do -- $354.000'000Growing o I entertaining), J200,000.000 '
Heights, consisting of living room an din. like a weed, her population from fruits and truck crops possible -j 310 E. 4th St JfSon 107-J Stuart, Fla I' \

(Of roVn combined, 2 bedrooms, bat! m, Motorboat STORM PERIOD Increase:. from. 1940 ..to only under Florida condi llh ;
Jcitcherk screened porch across fro and : ivti was a per cent while the -- --------

Lbck. Ul 1 large national average was only t percent
rooms, Hardwood loon.
electrical equipped and furniture Large, InspectionsTo HELP THANKED big girl, It now.seems she Is really a f d

lot 129 &' fronting street 125
on an ft. I NOTICE
The other gals in the nation
.deep. L\n,>DJ hrubbery A d buy Be Given were sure enough puny from the "
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at $7,000 BY RED CROSS standpoint of business growth

A nice) f IT*-worn horn* and garag in center as Miss Florida Increased her

of town. %ely furnished and ectrically Flotilla 9. Division 5, local'unl -- number of business concerns by ?

equipped. -<-Rrt>er lot 50 % 125, It will of the Coast OUard Auxiliary George p. Hironlmus, chairman 6 per cent, whit over the nationa City Occupational License
to investigate, will conduct a special courtesy decrease of 1 per cent was ,
pay motorboat Inspection Oct. 2-9 in and disaster chairman of shown. ,

Prle conjunction with ,Fire Prevention the Martin County Red Cross Her bank resources as of Jan. '
$7,500 Week, according to Dlvlslpn chapter expressed thanks today t, 1947, were $3032000000, up OCTOBER. 1. 1 '.

Otherlflooi! buy Capt. H. C. Beckman. from the chapter to the many; 20S per cent since 1940. The
ee In making the announcement Individuals who served on the national percentage of Increase

he pointed ,out that all motorboats disaster committees and agencies during the same period was only On after Novelhtar lt penalty IQ&er cent will %
ofal
must be inspected once a throughout, Martin County 109. or ,

IDWARDJMAPP year and those boats passing inipectlon .' and during the hurricane emer. Bank debits (charges against be added, and afterDiKgmbei* ltap ilty of 25 per '
are furnished with an gency period. The chapter wa Individual accounts and the best
ALTO Inspection certificate and sticker open on a 24-hour basis duringthe single business indicator) Increased cent shall be added. '* '
no..19 P. OiUrca P. o. Box 35 All boats must have necessary -' emergency period. 73 per cent In Florida
lights( fire extinguishes, Thaw go out to Mayor and (1943-1947)<< ) and 45 per cent nationally -
lift belts all in good condition Mrs W. R Baker who were Incharge '
Special attention 14 given to: at the chapter house for When It came to retail sales THE CITY 0FT5TUART '
galley faculties bilges gasoline the emergency' period, Fred Miss Florida really went to town ))1)1I.
WHEN IN FOR ERCEEAT AT I lines and electric wiring, all ot Stafford of Rotary, who was In with an Increase of approximately By IJ& Eurit
g .
which.* fire hazards" charge of sheltering and} regls- 219 per cent from 1940 to 1947

LYONS RWFAURANT' Captain Beckman said: 'Flv terln evacjiee) at tsghe Stuart while ,the national percentage I I.. T : t ,
?allots( l of Valorized gasoline has school building assisted by E. F.1 of Increase was only 150. Collector!'
I the explosive power of 413 Ibs. Johnwlck, George Edwards 'and The gal 1 did plenty of letter J

lONE 9118 IN THE, ARCADE of dY l mlte." : Mr. Cunningham, with Ronald writing it seena for her postal I ,
THE FOU.OWINCvny lREt>ALLY FEATURESi During the motor boat imipec- Johns and Bobby Luklna as llason I ::1
lon! conducted by the local: Flo<< runners; Sheriff! G. M Han- -, ::1'
Flak Waffle &yrupt Butter lOc :,
>apt< :iua /fast spring more man no coca, Chief Roy Baker: ana City
boats were Inspected and ap Manager L. B. Eurit, assisted by .
cheon ( H affa. tillW p.m.) .A5c proved. Will King, Jr.,, John Keller and I .'". I .
-- The 7th Guard .. "
Coast District Donald Smith of the American .
hit Turkey and DBsiing, 2 'Vegetables, Rolls, of which the local Flotilla I II a Legion; members of the Coast

Butter, Te aor IVt fee, 2 for% .. 99c party pioneered this Inspectionhe Guard Auxiliary H C: :Beckman '24-HOUR +
r- -Jt jf ..! i. K '*'.' i" -swopped recalled. adding that service and Phil Pence Andy Talmas ,
Steaks vKl I Cutler or Mipute Steak, 2. hay now become a ,nationwide. .Who was In charge of feeding theevacuees ii

Vegetable*. l a>, Butter, Tea 8k Coffee_ _69c activity Mrs J. L. Coleman of :
Inspection will, be held, dally I the motor corps and T J. F
Daily SKciala 4 p.m. Till 9 p.m. said Flotilla commander Phil Kennedy In charge of voluntary : )., '

2 VegetMes Rolls Butter Tde Coffee Pence, evacuation
or
for M ._.. 89ertoern t ,-Just drop me a postcard or Red Cross shelter also were 4 : :
phone Stuart 193." he said and set up In Indlantown with O D.

F Chicken, 2 Vegetabks, Rolls,' experienced( inspector will visit Hataway In charge 10 families
Butter Coffee' 69c your boat, The "service is dppe at Warfleld- School, colored at
f _, or without charge and Is authorizedby packing house;' 75 first night TSERVIC'E ;

ted Biff Steak Sandwich .-- 20e the Coast Guard, under whose 60 the second. Salerno. 10 evacuees !'
jurisdiction the inspections in Red Cross shelter at I ;
"
ome. Civic Center, colored, at school .
.ft' Von jp{ Jourdan' vice-com house: Toley Englebretsen In

Sunday:\)1 a.m."till 9 p\. mander will assist in supervising charge assisted by J, 8. Saun- '"
"
the inspections. derson' and Mrs. Lee Keeney. ..
\ .
Choicest Jensen' Beach, whites at schoolhouse .
Your: KINDERGARTEN STARTEDThe colored at colored school
.
Hobe Sound p-TA Kinder house; A. A.. Hendry Jr., In BEGINNING TONIGHT, THURSDAY, ;, .
charge Hobe Sound Dr A. Falk
Turkey I ( Old Fashion hkken garten cdndu ted by Mrs. Harry] -
and Dressing, and Lacy 6rtffln In charge of : :
.. Pullen at her residence, opened helter ,house, Richard McPheein ; SEPT. 30, 1
Sept 20 at $ am. 'with the ...
nplmgs or Southern Pork Barbecued Hanf with Southbound the ,Champion charge of' colored evacuees. ..
.
McPhee reported .lot evacuees '
Zelda Marr Cede Lester Sharon
at Banner Club.
I Vegetable,.Rolls, Butter,,Tea or Coffee Lesser David"\Gloria Randall Mar lot tl. Lots' Thanks go to the Olympic Ice .
,
Black Mary' o Chisholm'sDAY Open
Company which furnished milk emain
Fenton' and Bobby Boddy, parents '
and tee for Hobe Sound shelter ,
2 for 99c of preschool children,:way
house, and to the Florida powet .
call 2472 for, further ,Information ,
and efficient
Light
Company for
'
It was said l _____ service during and after the 'To S.er You '
hurricane' period Hlronlmus .

said.Total ,
amount expended for I .
LQ4llE0 '
S pIN hurricane operations by area of
the American national Red "
'
Cross U reported to be.lees than .
/nd i
$,Applications.000. for disaster reo : t, NDGHT i+

Jet will be received through "I +
Monday at the chapter house. :, !


COMMITTEE LASHESAMENDMENT NO. 2 ,." This policy'hjra been adopted' to conform wrfct ,the ; j '


GreyhouncJ r ; : Bus' Line Expansion Announced in :j 1 I Iday's
Picked Tallahassee:. ""The Coordinating .
Bargains '
lOuKpnagers JW Committee," an education ', r I z :
Ne '
group mad up of members of : ." '_ _:
Like! all Florida school organizations, '

s.yon"buyr-tile values today called upon the people of C k .. ; r : ,H":tt'l' : ,,1'
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Througild let the ar they note Ui yopl's Florida to vote against, Constl.utlonal :
prefer-the barga you look t nd now in appreciation of you!' Amendment No. 2 to n'

A.Si/ra/ ''patronagetleyprest} the moeaving value they, know,you Want the'November election. "Good Food is; Good ,Health( ,

Ke Smash stock verloading.it. MIn order to overcome the ,
can your '
po you .
XuM serious shortage of school bulld- !
Don'f log ,.cMI.." and. "to.meet the 10 .
1t1 1 added problem of houittlg the
Prices!
Score D Cut rapidly Increasing number of .
children, this amendment must

.I:... ,.. .." .5'. be defeated the committee .' .' t
said "The amendment 'would N '
3B15 Ask attStor place added restrictions on theauthority {

for 4PgA of adhool officials to ;
'e Days.,
Color provide for school Jbulldlng"
ePt. '30. LY .
The
Coordinating Committee :" !
List!
ct, i 6 trite promised a fight to defeat( it. '

Member National) Restaurant! Associationt :
make 1000000
1 One tree can

natches.,One, match can destroy .
I 1.009.000.) tree ". .
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t' jj ula: UN fHI ST'CAItT'!'fWS' ITCAI\r, MARTIN COtfJ'lTT' FLORIDA. rBt"JtsD4Y, SEPT, 36. 94A I'" I

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01Je tun&t \\tJ ,1' AUTUMN "COLORS" HERE AGAIN! Horticulturally( WHAT IS YOUR HQI


Speaking .C;::=Z0Jll D .- alcaOQOMAsK :

Published every Thursday at MAKING

; Stuart, Martin county, Florida, <&& '111111 VANISHING i I Ii II"DWARF"111111I11I11 >fiy MAWC L. Stow, M.D, x

I FACE t, s \by Stuart Dally New, Inc. a ANY&DpR 1 1'EllER THE POINCIANA Many IriJlvkhwb; ,whO pnsrftts creative, artlstje .lu1..... '

Florida eorporatlon. s>tES Undertake modeling for fear that they will cktMy i;"
Entered: as leCond-lasa.laU .
of
their lack technical
matter at the office at : flR. By A. H A'sosawa craving by knowledge, Tof '1 ,; .
post ;*: I JlYTllllld 1J who formal
ATVAd Stuart, Florida, under,the Act ; () Vhit has become of the DwirlP adult cannot get Instruction bro

of March 8. 1(79 rllIJN Tnar < Indan*, that gorgeous tittle( flow : time and budgeted finance They would gladly ..ttflrl''imJ.J.
j A FREE PRESS \ .ring shrub that blooms almost /fact at nnme upon which they Could work: during l that R 1IIsr.

span I l e 85 YEARS OF SERVICE<: constantly throughout the summer' but they want the redilt' to be more than Just Ii "first JTT; .

Palm / 1 1 and, Tfc. Rtimrt !>>lty w... r.. kvMM Mer months? When I first eame t to, th..y".n\ reassured In the first place .* that Intent<< t hli h..
withifacllH lk' etas.: Tumi, w IrM mm South Florid In the 1880s! ) ft wu eating a face mechanlcallv, they may be encouraged\. %.
J FREE PEOPLE '' ti.iblt.kH i. Sinn. Airll II:
A [ work later! Mask
l'BI1 taulgardens creative making offers
.,
unit i tlu MOMKIW, wllkwklok on out&Umllng feature In : t'tImpatotivdJ
kbl! I TT1M, | vmolHUM t 0 With ill deficit primate' 1 rewarding introduction tot the art of sculpturing For
i Mttt I 1(17 1 The Bta5A.n.er NnnT
fun t :;N r.r.a.d .twbr r.naafr n{ |WS- 1U wfftfci ; foliage and gorgeous' orange.fed are cast with eye but' to make them pure anana
J...IntrIn. rM i 1waYr.n kiMiwn M ill J Vc4 floyrers/ be opened by modeling With the eves open, other.! mtthod"l

'- Known to boUnlstt AI Caesulpifila the general expresslou will suggest themselves qm, ] 1IYtIth1a
I MEMBER: OF THE.ASSOCIATED PRESS # RED'te maker may succeed 'ia becoming'independent of h
rnecban.
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and .
fl.'A.aaeut.l\ Paw t M ..htT!M l..Iu..J'! l .. Iho.VM. (ter mrabllraltai' .r.1I tk' HAMLb1YtF pulchnrlma, mOI'e..com-. of) reproducing' the (fare."
.WN ...... art"kd. _la la" n.wrp./.v, I' MII. u ,II AP ..... YrNwa... minify U the Burbadoe Flowrt Beside the fact that mask making In half. \bring} net'j!

:! EDWIN AfHNWT 11r.NNINGra. .. tt Fence, It was (ormerly Utillwd ei result, till, function bringing !the craftsman TiT.
: : ''': : :: ::-':::':' =t : t. OQ1AY the of hedge, ilirnlly. 1
a i J r ITONK .I .. .. .: : :2.: tensively |In planting field make\ Jt an attractive for the uKlni"busy
abaiN A IIKNNINGKK); JR.WUJJAM ,, .. I" hobby Individ
il ..
-' unknown
3f i H' M1TCHH.I. .. : : ::::::.. : '.:'. : _AdrwtWae: Mtan.e, but for dome reason floral to attack" the problem. of modeling, and !.tlft....

JOHN U MENNIVGKR! _'" ",..-". .....,,.?.I1..r.-. ........ now cklora sees I In topical the nave wetliodokielcal approaches. I have found bide
lA.'the Royal PoinclSna g
t displays In making *m a IJ nkxkl sale head because Un
ofirq t .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the dwarf species (ill gumlit .aces

r ar M.Jlt On. 1'..,.". .. .__ |).ft T.. T..,.... ""_..___,." out or 'pod bearing and grow* tonal association/ tlie.Masks, on the what hand, bring gte dart
Individual who I II sub/r+ct sod establish
41 Ad } r lu nl". Yrr alyNal.naaw .drwU..w' r4 full tam In Warm dry tnrt, nd ituaiulm rf bin
1 rA..Ia.04 e-. ,n N.IYrlunr. \ eYlitaa fay!: ? r.. er, r.p.bllNtbr.1.: on tint 1.. RFDVC looKrizRt. m established but In related f ielda such is Color and pftbrtj, man tcaaj/tt
\hen once) require<< tlaya' :
rllufvG JTh little\ watering Milt more lire b of physiognomy and, of oure""' working knwkrlge! *uf pamijas

SFNcort- yyl .mother, variety erf Cafcwtiilni. other materials used In tope art of mating masks; itwuUL

; t L known C fljva, producing elm corded III, proper. worth. ''II
) FISFnI t as Masts Jiave"'alwaytheld a place In graphic and u
MEMBER Q! 1948 t ten of beautiful )yr-Iltiw' fluwen.\ &ns
Primitive jprooles .represented some of their iiroommt
In the Miami area where<<: stress b t mm,
of mask. Antltfapnrnorphijed animil.!
llcPy !chit laid on wide+fxyed planting( terms } head* wncurft'
of tIlt Royal Poinciana,''how appropriate liiwate! Mciffe,emotions, or fealty I itutrs, and I luttt. its [..,..?

( H would b lie to nipple wu employed extrnslvefy find succesifiilly! iu the tleatyda, |

',, DEAR. MISTER WEATHERMAN YP ?a t "mint this with the Dwarf Point, Creeks The Rudy of mask longing to mtlurn m*

.:Q j There- ha been mMdtrablt" ciiticlsm' here because! .r 11 MT 4( ana'which 1 it adaptable. m ndooryanis only by stone\ monuments has given (ft..ninth \uhul If dab

r,' the center of the humiaric! tUtAANI; over' us while you were e e *'o4 where the larger tree degree of culture )t
eau- ( To the anthropnkigist., ma # telling the world
;d t that it was lIailinjout\ to sea between \world be ImprictJcal: .
; ., ; ; Veto and JIcllxHirm 'Speaking nl, the" Royal Poinoi record; accurately and permanently the clurartrrMIci t e.

To tell the truth, nol! more than half a dozen people ana, seedling trees are so variable" race of mankind The plastic surgeon and the nrIIMbuqthe .

i q here realized that we where in the! center until late that In (hap**, blooming habit and iluido! life mask* In conjunction with photograph> It, dppKt lit\,
and "after( result of tlieir restorative' effutiv 4
;. ;'.1. afternoon when the t,.U'ph',nt' runs and the Awoolated ,, of flower cluster that they have Cnmnol ,
t f .Ii, Press!'! informed us that the center: had passed out to sea *ttS LtNY proved disappointing fur massrtlronps. developed very pekoMaking'proredurei of duplkalillg hors, .
"" other members of the body, In their ceasrlra vjhlotmrthoji. ,
at Jensen Beach At that time the Wind was going about -a mt ( or In street planting/(. Dr. .
.f P X41\ 75 miles hour and believe the Al'.111" Giffonl tlie" crlmlnol. Occasionally, end. tees .try olio, .it" the knSr
t an Wto were willing to uhn C. d Is authority for the
!
/ but it much hki relative ---- -- -- --- L3D Polmi, Lincoln or Goethe and other famous in..n, but such, morbid irjnttkms
was very havnu a distant phone --' b jlHtt-rmnt that the Royal\
;, '; from Iowa to say 'your houn i is on fire"' I be .from, cutting are not In vogue today If(
ana can
.1' d ,q \ and Comment grown I'' My own Interest fat mask. making came .about< III i iraljfkge '
; \\ e are not ones to cry o>er spilled wind. Reportorial t News O / Only thus cote \tniform'perrnrm' course In anthropology A* It happened I was dumkiisuhject
I ,
i ; honenty foreen us to admit that! a great many of our realcunu ance he obtained for Man plant.
fir demonstrating the tec unique", and flmi"'"Jiln.
;I enjoyed the blow and glad l that sent It undoubtedly the lame treat.ment -
I here instead! of to Sebastian or are Melbourne/: <; you It was just LAST \\ EEK'S issue of LIFT: carried news slaughter; down' there By 1953: there would irg would! apply to \the Dwarf milted to keep the negative' of my face Of conne. I i'tnx&ti?

tit the right orWjunlor! grade with a cream-puff punch that Florida beautiful egrets have in' be .millions -of ducks. But human'elCillb. PomvlanaS coded to make the east and the result was su I't.1II,rkably ewe

It gave us something to talk about Outside of broken vaded the Midwest and New England, carrying ness being what it Is, no one has been ableto It aroused and Kutained my) interest In' lilt! nihKt| Bvtmnp
===: 30EaoE=:=::::omr I able the and maid the In,iihol jnjr
I branches, a few wawh-outs! in the roads, 'IIOme drowned oh their ,white wing the message get the duck hunters to agreeo a period was to improve process ) "
that nation has. real of abstinence .that to the mask became a thing of art retie than a
i crop* and the usual titilhuioii of boarding up and fortuty our a tropics LETTERS me '. jwl
:
FLORIDA COULD) BE a wonderlandof 'replica ,
Ing homes and earranNrn. the wind did us no harm. Jensen
Beach got $50000 worth of free publicity, $49000 worth BECAUSE Of) the efforts of the Audubon wildlife It we would stop> killing it off r=lonoo: : =0 The technique casting tmask* Is fir limpW tlui. Mi

t' i of which it didn't want Next day a lot of: yards whichhadnt Society the egrets have been Saved from The whole State would be a natural history NOT MUGWUMPS expected and involve small expenditure fur matrriak Mi'hvdrorolMdi
hi destruction They have made a marvelous museum where the specimens are have been' perfecte( \ and are now been cleaned up Cpr six, month got a thoroughgoing Editor Stuart Newt
comeback In the past,'25 suite gloriously alive instead : for the mold plaster at Part 11 the a'
ovectand ) years-ever of stuffed making no longer
today) credit to the
are a towp
it has boa dlegal'W\ -One their plumes to In your remark abou*Thur 1 for this purpose However, <4t kill Is the el.*.'Hint and) I*f .

f} The old weather Bureau maxim Ita an ill wind that decorate.( women'* hat!B- WIFILE FISHING the other afternoon, meld( lies warily tiglit When) handle and th. ..,*fore, I.hnU
blows no good again held true Judge Harry Dyer, myself! and son. watchedan ft tunes to this civB) rights bunk In terms of Ilii* nWium. i.

:: :StitlJ) some of us got wad at yOU. 'They felt that you TODAYTHEY? are common1 In the farm 1 otter playing on the road between here Dowry and Tr.iirn.in ore toner) I First,'*'suitable! pks /f r workine jlm Id lie closes*.,<

a i' I : overlooked our t.'xlstence-.Il oml\\;. lon ,much more easily!! Selds of the Everglades flying down behind and Jensen Beach, My, feeling Is that the unavoidably will dirty upthe. site. The fkxir" slioi U b
,' committed than torgiven.Ve! hate to say it, but there the tractors like the sea gulls of Great. sight of that otter,.beautiful and unafraid, with the jwme .ltlc: If'Veralayen* of newspaper:: If possilile, the su'jr4I)') ; ilmiU kri

,,1 JIt i a growing spirit -of revolution in the provinces! Despite Salt. Lake They have become a wonderful is worth more to the people of Florida and! ill,time to show! the ,Northern | ... comfortable seclimng pasttkm; otherwise/ it siB!\ asst

"' that maxim of Mark Twain, patron saint of weathermen: tourist attraction, not only in their. greatrookeries our visitors than the $20 a trapper can get renegiulos! radicals and Harlem hint In a chair securely tilted against a wall with ..-gil.i.sue'edrs

verybody(; talks, allllIt the weather but no one docs 'anything in Everglades National Park but I Il1 for its pelt sfotigrt that. control the present so that the ntierator ems wor.roolld hoe freely, A..at'
.
tS about it, they feel that you are culpable No' everywhere along Honda's roads : wlials,/ known a* the Dcll1tltTatic running \wafer withinaclt I Is' Indfcpeimil'> next pIrIII

'' Not u*, We realize that only God can make the Flocks are! present in nearly every Martin : THE PICTURESQUE pelicans which fly quite rapidly after, mixing with water and the tln\ n'* J ( I
the South
ttint '
) weather and has not it4 yet aligned Any special angels party. no longer
rpuflty pond: In.llingle file t over Stuart In the winter- consideratinn. ..*
tOthe, department \V ( think that you did a swell job to 'I tends to, I be the political/ tejt- ,
I coast the breakers at Jensen Beach, plunge of the. subject It a Important II"fW
Prepuralion very
come within 50 miles of where Junior went to sea That THE EGRETS are a priceless addition to. from the sky to catch a J fish-mean. Floridato child.or! .the Jukaa Party, that I be done in several different ways; a !heavy cardboard *': <*'

r : i is a lot closer thajt the boys used to make it in the old the heritage of Florida. They prov that all of //us, Yet I have been. amazed we! arc tired ''of being' ticked fit snugly! Around the throat and face to best wise tilt nM';

day when the method was to whirl a dead cat around at long last we are coming to a sense of through the years to-flnd that spme people around and are through, (fin lhtJd, I down but when sealed, draping the face r With,.towels ill *,

r i { your head:, toss a handful of bones in the air' and glanceat real values.. In return for our protection, resent the birds They begrudge them washed' s. .earl I III more convenient. (. A bathing cap wit'p> cl'r.k

a crystal ball Mu h as we may yearn for those timeR, they, are going to be the greatest advertis the fish they eat This tan be done only by Voting( DOt |to be Included, In the mask. Tkorongh wahngrtw

they are gone. The public IH! no longer content with being enC and; promoters that this State has ever he Dixleirat: ticket. Not Mug, With white vaseline te the next job an espKUlly/ ) tW
;
told that the storm went there the cat flew, the bones seen .*. OUR POINT OF VIEW toward our fellow wirfnp," Just Amerlcan-but bettet cover the hairy ".rt.. i It b well to eifplaln rend t of f !W |

I fell and the ball predicted They ha\e, got On to radar creatures on this planet<<:t la'one of eonven he fornw (than a spineless tucker the subject otkat M will have no anxiety alien.. ifs !** !

t 1 and short-wave feather stations This put i you on the ALL SUMMER long their presence in the ience for ourselves 'We'' butcher their fur[ t \party) that hat M regard a f foe and threl hange in temperature U it wtj*. Soar1..

r spot North will say: "I I am a piece of beauty bodies, flay their skins, keep them in crfptjvity respect for line( Southern voter or tubes are inserted Into the nostrils, reassun< him tU son .

You are going to have to come closer than 50 miles>> from beautiful Florida" Egrets In the ( and call them animals and beasts. -E R. Erase;,Walton) will "h 1-t clear wab/; out effort i hk part. '

next time. stony gelds of New Hampshire and the I wonder if they1 know that we are the m ;; ;'I'd J ry
I Win*
Fact is, you am. going to have to realize that hurricanes plains! of the Midwest will be our emissaries Children of God and have immortal souls WHY, CHARUEt To make negative or several _wl answsntsR P 1
have now become an entertainment feature for Their classical grace and of It ia to be be prepared.. An enamel or mixing l |
} message going embarrassing to some of Edits Stuart News: tuna until A "
1 gouth Horida They are free big show," In which you tropical wonder. will stir longings to visit Us when we are asked, 'How did you Here is s of letter I for mixing the plaster. by With a sox \ III die flit
copy Some men place
r 4i are the director and we the audience and participant: FloridA. treat the I least of My creations" consistency and without bubbles.
?
the Weather ,
It is no longer good service to warn us that one U a HOWEVER, I WOULD advise. list lent' Bureau! at. Hie hand nr. a brush, but I prefer to pouf Ii 11ft .itll 'h"%'

coming our way.. We want a play-by-play, village-by- "FLY SOUTH with the the MiamI: darting. with the forehead and working down "cc the S
egrets'may well hunting fraternityand those '
who like a' W. of :Stuart and the, central) *"
should be to !
village account A lot of us here in Stuart were jealous be i and from the hcrtrfls. The huh ]
our slogan in days to come Juicy steak and fried chicken, ,like myselfnot east coast thank\( for away and ruI
!j because Jensen Beach got all the publicity (even if It to become'' unduly alarmed you kenning"flortin plaster b(quite thkki 1 otherwise"( R will Jeep Own j,
Sq Miami fall Informed of the rill
I 1 .wa 98 per cent bad). Palm City joined us in feeling scorn! TilE LESSON of the'white birds could be as the human ,,conscience! can go, long of the mold difficult: It b advisable to make the ; toy
blithely hurricane. We
), ed. Port May ta and Indiantown were deeply offended. applied .to other forms of wildlife Duck- along without a sense of guilt over the atom fib of hurricane lay forecasting ft bungledfb I ling!. batch and reinforce if before'' ft ''hardens "tad"t"JsjTy<< ,

May we suggest a new maxim for the department : shooters blame 100 reasons for the shortage bomb obliteration of a few hundred thou think we of lection f Contours are covered. When the'negative is sue to J
I "There's no place like horhe" Hard as It is to believe we of wild,, ducks-but the plain fact Is sand souls, it will be some time before our hurricane should the plaster ha set, which takef,about tan .to 'filtet'tl "" .
work
for the
I ,p' residents of the pines and palmettoes cling to the idea that our Swarming hunters shoot them. If the lion and the lamb lie 'down together 10 he moved ndV to Jjckjimvillu, center subject to free .hi.. lip* .and eyelids before lit'"/""* lhe>*"*.Tface. *

; that where we live is just as Important (to us as Miami) they really want the duck population to In that tar century when they do, the hen Maybe f Often setting cad be accelerated; by sprinkling f
egret \
would not be bad If we were not the old- we con got a Floridian. Dot e, of the mold after .b \
This so
completed.
recover they might try laying aside their may well it
say was among, the firs to Hi.,imlan, to forecast! our Imrrlcanei" the -diArf. ,
f fashioned, rootin tootin sort of Americans who take just guns for five years and putting ,the heaton feel the small spark of )kindness froth our After removal from the face small defects< In rho>
.. .
t t one midgeon of overlookm then jump up, butt head on the Mexico and Cuba to atop wholesale i flinty hearts -.E.L..DeMP properly .-Ghnrka II Rue< filled, H the nostrils built ftp and the entire fcinrf rurine
j ) Ceiling and holler for Ma to bring; the fountain pen BO w*. j tllowed to dry Uiflrougrrly, den palirf d with a sa'P ::
1..01' TOURISTS I htetxachbrkl.
t f' can write our Congressman You are going to have t t9 MUST .B.E. WRONGAround I parade"SI I THE CANAL. IS OPENt acts a* I ppara4or roan t the cast.; YelloW beewa dna" >
better to stop our yapping ml nertr-ZS mL.aouthn ealso used is eP""c
gibe us coverage
!. banana oB In acetone at
Or
? M*. 1 the mat rapid I oar With Lake Okeechobee a I!t J562 feet, and 'a flood of0'it : farm ak1
a remedy to
I May We suggest .
ll.OOO tourists ,Was / Enough platter, b poured into oV negative .u.
Make arrangements with Johnny Mann, your official every year. Some 3.SM .( Veloprnent-yet' you have hurricane rains coming !Inn;< from the tree-denuded m thickness all around- J It, b not necessary'tn liD t lhe.. .
r Stuart weatherman, to send! you barometer readings and ui lire here year around Jet everything her they have Kfssimmee:' Valley 1 Florida's tv ship
not-I wonder.,ehat& ia. hOld one of greatest assets-ltd wild platter As soon as the positive sets, beji,
+ wind velocities from this area by 'phone to long as the .* map, .h. earn to Stuart Utart rri rner<"""" ,
i, i ; radio. .. a biulneu! -which lalledbaa hif ap the development of fresh water supply-is again i about to be \dumped in the, with chisel and mullet Adding teens biro bttwtd

,,1' wires Or hold didn't and YOU then know by that you had a weatherman! at this .algA up. en. |.U this ne-itopllto city," ocean f first Web of lie negative mixture Hp dulin8ul

i Stuart? Gosh, don't tell us you did't know there. wa' a fnntt However brilliant an action, H St.,Lucie Canal U wide,op
place named Stuart't \ FOE SALE: should not be esteemed! great un feet per second Jnt? our fi Hhlnf ground, IS per Tent: the ,mask can be jrinbhed In t bW""* a
; To anyone "D.-.:.:-fo.T*. tai the' result of a great and good than the papered and shull.itked) ,*nd tV .lge"* tarrfulry
more canal Could
last iii
c with
'\ r RIGHT TO KNOW' enough to think to operate I motiveRochefaNxuk irry year, $1,200 painted liver;gfOA. brootA or M color, using+ r.. ...
THE a biutneaa within these tax. 000 dredging Job now under' to make that and p"'asIPg" ""
way perctntaf Jnusual
die
Ant Jt *
east a
Though a good motive cannot gdpg gfvn J'tJr"
Editor & Publisher)
(Reprinted from e4-to-deatb eltr limits ,,*fipeclal even greater. ] back
f
of the nation will once again sanctify a bad action, a bad motive Vnount" A t can \be aMspemled from .a hook MWflodeA )
nick
+ Next week the newspapers privilege .ardllunce : :
l will vitiate action If tau like astrononomlcal .figures, and want to visualiset. Stand fran ItTiie .
r observe National Newspaper: Week The theme for this and suppressed InUIatlre always good support ...
1, t ''d ;year's Oct 1-8 celebration will be-"Your.Right to Know -Buy n. and Jjola the' _______ William Jay. what is going to turn the Si t. Lucle into a River of Mud. uoi lf mbul Uge and WM In rooking |1111In -*.!tOne I
again, this flow amounts to>670,240,000, () and ; by .
gallon i book fCf"
MoUntf
day
Liberties a comprehensive' on f fare
AD Your
I the to tide of totality lanlllm
KeY : Jf| v ve fail| freedom will vanish brf *Tthemask
17,107,200,000 gallons per month. or 102 billion 643 with thIs Vork
at this time and there and milil should fsmlllarlrt! himself vlueh
That slogan Is particularly pertinent maybe here. subject
lion should the the
gallons can again remain
for six other book on !
r I ,N a community celebration built around it Ja essential now, 'The daily newspaper must i t see to it that we do not fail months. open There many technKjurt.WkM i.
The "right; to know" and freedom of speech, not to in this mission Their imm + I the under attack in all American of This precious water ghoul Id. bf' ilowly seeping unjjer- .peakial''
))1.1 mention freedom of press, are people these di angers, explain'to them how -
;f parts of the 'world .,Already they have been liquidated, their individual freedoms ,ar e inter-related, ,demonstrate ground to preserve:the State'. water supply On its way t. vM A atyfo fa writing ot "

f' "/ u have been most of their disciples Central Europe with the classic examples pf the German and Italian pre- to sea it will again ruin one of Florida'! irreat:, port:and very a,.rly'.In '\life. friths *. 1..lnatlo.1t_Thollla. 'J: .

1 I and Asia. The campaign of controlled_thought and controlled ..'' war press, the Polish, Tug xlav, Czech press postwar! commercial' fishing grounds. And d lI'e let anybody kid pred.soes are penMMot,- ,

I expression is an advance agent of the Communist how all freedoms end when prey freedom is destroyedlow" you that thUJs water off t he flooded Everglades farm nearing" wordt

r it 1 t juggernaut which w''* have; witnessed overrunning Europe. and the people's "right to ki is usurped regions. It isn't They are til behind a giant )levee and Wild a nice ..*.. u>4 eW da if s

When free speech and free press have vanished under American newspapers do a good job of telling their their outlets Into the Lake a rt picayuo The great ma- ,. rM will *Bprt* yourwrrf mAt happ'lr.make $ .

cep f ;l the Bed dictators, the other freedoms have ,disappearedalso. readers these things in the d;ay to day coverage of world} jority of this run-off comes down the Klsulmme Valley a Faouliar',word new.I.atls.awd .

1 : events.' But they can do a be tter job, a mors'coordinatedRI and' it is In the Kissimmeecured Galley that the .evil fraud f b. ( .

We and the few remaining democratic of Western educational job '1f they w embrace the opportunityper if Martin' Count is. tver to be i freed of periodic' HTMIIII 0Me M author'A ghw5csei
inatioa
w.oP* are' currently engaged fn stem that ; afforded by National. N''Yap''l.J Week for a real program ruin ,(f its fiabJnf' Industries* .

3 ,* *3i_ 'I,.,,*A*.J"" fcfilft..h" *try.*.:._,*- i _' mJtdUdlfl JL- .*,-.-;";'.-.....toiII.It; "!:;L L. '. ,..I iIIia-! ,JI.r.., '.... ".:................4''" .. ,. .'''"'" "..-............ ''.a..j .r::: :; J t[



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THE STFARt 1ttW!, STEAM', MARTI COUP??, FLORIDA THtESDAY, ltt: 311, W -- PAo!: t1rt' .


S jet> BARRED*. The Constitution SET FHA HERE DISTRICT SATURDAY MEET Indian 'River Drive I ly were Mr Helen Lowrie and I temperature a* low as '40 FSwefct rind and milk. Mix thoroughly\ to 350 r, and continue baki E t 4j

late of Florida prohibit Mir; Eleanor Pitt. The Club has Home : potatoes; purchased this'j Shred potatoes 'Just before using Jor SO minute longer. I'
foe from holding two More than'lad By MRS, VIVA C. BOAT requested that all singers eapeclaily I month and next can be kept In to prevent darkening. Add the !
ider the State Oovern- members of thi a mate, who would like to DemonstrationNotes the kitchen at ordinary room shredded potatoes and fat. Bake: '
|\the same time. A cond Future Homemakers( of Amerki a Mrs W. H. Lennard returned participate In the musical and J I temperature. in greased custard cups in a pan ,OPAL ORDER OF Ii'I. '
a ,juvenile. probation will meet at the Civic Cent to her home in Walton Saturday American generally do not : of hot water In a moderate oven MOOSE H .
L-i both county offices Saturday tor an all-day 't after a prolonged visit In New dance review! NoV 18 ad 1 IB realize what a nutritional prize ((350' F'' About 30 minutes or! ART LODGE tea
diiitrlc'
IBM of such, one person meetlhg This la the second die-I York State She nad accom- should-come to rehearsals the By BUSS!! LUCRE INSCO* .package the sweet potato Is, and', until set ECT.,4 see WEDNE4DH f M. e t \
hold both offices at thee trlc meeting to be panled her daughter': Mrs Don- social hall oT the Methodist the many ways to use this vege- I Fox pie. pour the custard mIx-! Id MONTH I.t!
| according to opinionby held in stua t I aid H. Clark, and granddaughter Church\ The first was Tuesday. President tfble In cooking The yellowcolor ture Into a (inrh pie shell and M j se Home
[ Attorney General 1. and Includes all school fro Carob Ann home In Fern Freer raised along th Truman has pros I i II a sign of richness 1 In carp bake in a hot oven ',423' F for a. rtDlVL VlCHlf AT
Vero : I h'r: claimed Fire Prevention Week tene which the
Beach to Miami. Miss : body convert I I
Luc' Ithaca
sOn. :I from summer vlalt Drive and for years a member ,,10 minutes\ Reduce\ temperature
tang of the State Departmenof here for Oct. 3-8. Fire ,Prevention Into vitamin A In addition, I
II While there Mrs Leonard of the Walton Sunday School,, i
Week Is
Education sponsored by the National these potatoes offer vitamins Band
wUl
be present vulted the scene of her birth the local,
I and was made president of
The Fire Protection Association C. some minerals and high 1
program for the day wl)II her
two brother In Syracuse/ assembly, Order of Rainbow
Include with the cooperation of the energy or fuel value because of 1
I
a luncheon at the
; hlgl)It Sbe also
made a vacation tip;; to Girls at a public ceremony Tuesday
U. S.
Department of their starch
Agriculture : and
school and sugar
;
a teen-age dance I the
!!, AdIrondacks.c night In Masonic Temple, 1
STVART I honoring the FHA, }t the CM, After < Fort Pierce. Miss Freer ..lUiCCeedlMIse :, The sponsor of Fire Prevention On the family dinner table '
I number of months'I Week sweet
Center. say you tan prevent potatoea can take their ash i
SINCE Illness Harrey Merwln la again Earllens Sumner, 90 per cent of the fire which place as a vegetable, in breadsof Highe ,
'.ii iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimmiiitiMHiiiiiiiiiiDRESSMAKIG" N I greeting friends In his -radio otherwise might strike your various sorts and In. many
1913.I 1 workshop Those coming to welcome i WALTON-EDEN CLUB farm or your home Herds the desserts such as custard, pie and, .
US CAR ,
him back to hla desk were Although ,Inclement Weather program: pudding No leftover cooked I'
and ALTERATIONS 'Mr and Mn E H. LeTourneau,j'kept many members of the Wal- 1. Stop careless smoking habit sweet potatoes need to go beg See Before" r
Itotlwr? ato wm. Dr and Mri Edwin McQuade. ton-Eden Club from participating *. King. They can be hash-browned, / Yo 3eil or
Mable Ar aId Miss Oc&rgla Turner flair Mc-' In the covered-dish auppernd 3. Do n't let rubbish pile up. used In hash with leftover meator rode
s ace a. "TL A ova Cauley and his rielglibors. the games Friday night at Wal- 3: Store gasoline and kerosene made Into patty cakes, scallops / r
Casper and Escotto.James tort Community Center then in meter container and puff.
Spool e 11111111111I1111'' Iflllllllllllllllllll t away from SUNRISE MOTOR CO
----- --- McCracken who was an attendance of about 40 main' l Cry one of the below
has buildings Wrver bring L recipe : roar PiaCi rHONa tee
InRental ss>ot I !been the |uest of A. 0, Merwtn Plans for the next meeting have gasoline or similar volatile flam- r Huh-browned Sweet Potatoes s o--oc ono oc= oao,
and Arthur Phillip at Eden- not been announced. mable liquid Into the home for Add 4 cups chopjed cooked sweet I
UART lawn, left last week for Miami. any purpose I potatoes to a little hot fat in FREE YO SELF II r ,'
COMMISSIONffular George F Ensey, Jr, of Miami A young winter visitor of the 4. Keep matches out of the: the frying pan. Season with salt u I:;\ ,,;..
was a luncheon gueafbf Mr and Drive Van Allen Bradley. has reach of ,small children. and pepper Moisten with about FROM HA CARE ;, ; tl !
or Information Meetings Mrs. E. R Ensey Tuesday Ensey been appointed book editor of B, Clean lamps ,and lanterns' 1/4 cup water. Cook over low '
:STATE-INSURANCB| was enroute. .to Tropic to visit the Chicago Dallf News Bradley clean engines and ma hln- heat until brown on,the bottom, 8 FOR THE ON d dp
.00 P. M. his, mother. succeeds dames R. Gray also cry clean !heating plants and taking care to prevent scorch'Ing Enjoy a short, soft tUciirlcd and t y f
Write er See 2nWand 4th well-known here who resigned I Do not stir Serve folded In
Mr. and Mrs E, Smallwood of chimneys contoured hair-da Ar the season's >
E. TAYLBldg. WED \ White City were tea' guest of to accept a professorship at Bradley theUniversity 6. Replace flammable shingle i half I ISwet. freedom. L.t Marjorie t r
DAYS of Minnesota
Mr$.. Barbara Person roofs with asphalt shingles or Potato Custard or Pie: I .
Sunday. i Buffum isk'new .t t
Stuart CV Hall 'Is a fishing and sailing en- give you a eY
.
Pbo U
Ingredients: 2 1/4
Mr. and .Mrs Lane>Jennmgs of some other fire-resistant material egg cup sugar J
STUABTM.rde Walton left'{ Saturday for New thuslast and with his wife and Va teaspoon' salt; 1/4 leaspoon I hair cut and a lovely outhfu
Cw.t .erne Orleans for a week children Pam and Van Jr. 7. Keep electrical equipment tutmeg t teat'poon grated looking permanent n ju p
e d Cs. Public Always come Mr. and Mrs. Earl V Ebner, spend a number of.week each j In good condition Replace orange ,rind; 1\' cup milk; n rm a comb through ye ha p
former residents' of the .Drive season In Ankona. j frayed cords "'/. cup: fuwy inreuoee raw i and be off to carefre ci o I
-- -__- ,I,who sold their property to Cd Mr. and Mrs H. W, Rose' and 5. Dont use flammable clean- I sweet potato, tablespoon melts timer. ill
and Mrs. Wilbur Phelps and daughter, Janet, from Wan tagh. ing fluid carelessly ed table fat. To: make beat eggs, 1 1o
since have resided In Plnewood,' L. I., have arrived and opened (. Be sure your oil stove is out add sugar, salt, nutmeg orange
their winter home in Eden. During --- -- -'- --
U C K E R 'i kmlt I have tota construct out a a building$11000 resilience per-1 their summer absence the before leaving the house. FINISHES: TRAINING Victory Beiity SalonCLEMRmcE l

CO E C/0 In property was moved back on the One fall vegetable offering I
X A Oakland Park Fort Dix N J., Sept. ?0: Recruit -
Vilon. The Building will ridge I and enlarged high nutritive value for Its coat Aurellus W; Patterson, son Phone 205 Victory Arcade po
I bV 83 feet of concrete SUbdl-j'_ Attending the FloridaMisatstntppi Is the sweet potato. Through of Mrs. E. H. Patterson Stuart. onvo
r.a' R, C Boynton football game at Galnesvllle October sweet potatoes deservea Fla.. ha completed basic trainIng e=oc-- -0- p ooo-- -
SERVICE STAT N I among the contract ,bridge Saturday night were Mr. porminem place In budget with the 365th Infantry J.
GAS LU/RICANTS guests last Thursday night of I i.and Mrs Dan McCarty, Mr. and swats, marketing specialists! of Regiment ,of the 9th Infantry
rmrmmif, OIL and, Mrs. Harry Bishop when she entertained I Mrs. John McCarty and Mr. and the! U. S. Department of Agriculture ,Division here and Will visit his J.It
Lubricate Colrau Fk-MUMji ever. Suite) club members at her 7drs. Jir T. Warren.Mr. say, because at this sea- family prior, to reporting for o
Wa h and Polish
YJur Car home In Fort Pierce/ :Other players and Mrs Arthur Johnston son they'usually come from the new assignment, Recruit Patterson It
rteous, Efficient Servic7:0A. I were Mrs. Herbert Harrison !who came from Orlando.Friday Harvest fields faster than they enlisted on July tTLE /OF ALL iL ,
EN M. TILL lOJJO Mrs Harry Orr, Mrs David Wilbur evening for a week-end visit can be sold fresh, or cured ami.
P. M.
: ) Mr; R. D John, Mrs Wallace with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stored for winter. ,
(\ DAYS A WEEKf) Hlggs and Mrs Fred Bridges Ruben T. Johnston In Walton Freshly harvested sweet potatoes SUMMER DRESSES
YOUR PATRONAGE. APPRECIAT Honors were awarded Mrs. Hlgga returned., their home Saturdayon are fine In flavor and ,
9 DIXIE HICHW\ W, TUCKER, Pn*. Mrs. Wilbur and, Mrs. Harrison account of Illness of Mrs high< in food values. The time for SRf I

Josiah Ferris J,., 'vice-president Johnston who la now confinedIn thrifty homemaker to make the AbS ,
of the U 8. Sugar Corporation an Orlando hospital. most of them Is )n the next few
In ,CleW lton, who visited weeks when they are at the E

,Rom welsk 1 :, yJoeMarsh, his this' resignation section recently Sept. announced 12 to take In Jensen Beach peak be less of plentiful supply. Later and they probably will f ff ft

effect Oct.. 21 Ferris has served higher in price because they will PRIv
In this capacity-for it.years and By CHARLOTTE HEWER come from storage For storing
A' sweet potatoes must be cured
was first to negotiate a contract i6A
r Most with Jamaican and Barbados Mr. and Mrs. C W. Spencer -that is, held at the right temperature Few Maternities r,
Governments for 'of have arrived from Haverel and humidity to bring rnr ,>
use foreign
Imp font, Right labor by \Individual l farmers and Mass. to spend another season out their starch, help heal cuts AN Tmgr New Sl r1es Print and Sand ids
one
corporations. at Pltchf ord'a Camp. and bruises and make the skin
| aeCO L katels Dark Stripe
Francs.X) Polosl was down Dick Gideon, who ha pent firm, INSVK Ca
1 tin himlidM has a*., ems fndom to enjoy:*" from Sebaklan last week-end the summer in New York, has I Sweet potatoes(should be used Sizes 9-15 10-20 38-52
returned to hi* home here. within week or so after they iLORIDAABSTRACT,
ud tin park re-land- lass o err or ale, la a woman ft looking over their home property a
j wo ban about ta* mewl iMM right to to along t with men. at Eden and preparing It Mr. and Mrs C. W Hour spent .are purchased to be at their best
( la tit:county for more storms. The Polosls recently Friday In West Palm Beach. i Like bananas, they should never ,C THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP f
Folks call/bank Ihemuttrn hut
purchased property In Tommy Helller, Jr, who recently I be put In the refrigerator They JIM KENNEDY
fit's all bftaiue, at tin 1a j as .,miner clogs they'll Ix able l lt Ankona where they wit construct enlisted in the Air Corp. are to sensitive I to cold that thew ..!
don, folio got rat :a *listen U bA) eoncerta In a .oil. a dwelling, It Ja understood' left Thursday night |or Wichita may turn dark and become I left STUART. FLORIDA LETTIE +C. DUGAN t trl

Ipreratrf toratrr I T kept park.,\laying bottle of Dr. and Mrs. James A, Oatlln Fall., Texas for training. appetizing: If they are kept at a IIM
pawed UM amend I beer or nods (whichever they are expected at their home In Seymour Gideon has received ------

| for park lmproam. prefer). BnanKoii when I nit. Eldred today from a number of word that nis nephew. William "
I opposing it. that'. a freedom lyv eerie by weeks In New Orleans and Ham- Gideon son of Frank Gideon ;
still % Important mond, La. was killed In an- auto accidentIn ,' 'Ollra
rrcluiig a re i .Jr17 e lM
f mb you again how i ii Emmett-Karf He is also a
freedom Voile*.! Mrs. Walter r Cochrane arrived ,
i right to ToM U/ fthla home last Thursday from, nephew of Mrs Hastings Munch..
And itt a rlgkl? eon a two-weeks visit to her motherIn Mr. and Mrs E. R. King entertained -

alp by tterelalnI i .. Philadelphia! During her absence a few friends at a. .
I tin other Indlv I liber- Cochrane had as houseguest buffet supper Sunday night honoring I
<< John Schmidt of Summit, King en his\ birthday. S4! ray' COOKING
N. J., whose chief Interest Is Those in the party were Mr and II
Cemrtghy 1948. United Stet's Brewer,L' dodos fishing. Mrs W. C. Johnson, Mr. and
Guests over the week-end In Mrs Warren Snipe and Mr and t ;
the Cochrane home have 'been Mrs. A. J. Wilkie. THE
Mr. and Mrs: C. S, Dawley of Mr. and Mrs. r Ignazewskl I NEW'f
BER/L ALLOWA Jacksonville and family of Delray Beach I

Mrs. Fred Mattox: the former spent a few day as guests ol f
Wlli BE GIVEN ON YOUR Catherine Ensey joined her hus- Mr. and Mrs. Ranaon Tilton recently 4 :;ail

IRES and BUTTE ESAT where band In they'spent Miami Friday the weekendas night I Mr. and Mri. LeRoy Baker, .1 r \ K wl1t-i rsml UA'' ,.

t guests of her brother and who have been residing at Keniwood 1
'GENERAL.; E CTRIC '"
week U
a ;rL wife. Mr, and Mrs, Edward Fair- Apt, moved this :" I
burn Ensey Mrs. Mattox who Salerno. ,,: ; "
Mrs ol
Andre
Mr. and Ed
teaches In the Fort Pierce school .
'f1>t
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la now residing! In Fort Pierce Pompano Beach spent the weekend 'i.
with MIa Helen Willis while here as guest of Mr, and N'GE
STATION
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her husband Is finishing his education Mrs Ransom R. TlltonRQf '
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I at Florida 'State Unl- ':." ', 'I ., !
U. S. No. ll T BALER* ROAD ve t '
Ynd ARY CUM luA trek of iy by sMMlr i kl.e.1
Mr Mrs E. K. Ensey, Mr \

ON PURflkUASE O/NEW and Mrs John Donal Ensey of ...STUART.to w..rdy N>WSMAPPJ..,,1."UtlSHO..S ... W breine h's-s drone lee ebo.bH.Jre, srkek sf et de '
Walton Benny Fulton of Stuart GRn1.s >P i
Amoco Tires n/ BatteriesINVESTICATh. and Mrs. Favt BllHngton of VeroBeach WICK -' "'
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,.. cmn il'jf yet ear eo.l <*o/eun-rwryftlncj rodyrk
made up a party In the I line .. R 1 fiN t
NOW! F home In Tropic "revs "O
UY George Ensey' o ee.l lo.mud Ise H..so lue wey .sw i t -
Sept: 2526.After ...\ I

Quick, Courteous CM nt Service spending the'summer at rap.,MW btlncj town for *. Dal Mm, In Florida, by .
their home to West Virginia, Mr .1.1ew
and Mrs.. R. N. Koblegard are
Cwwrol fl ttk fanchlml cbolwOn ,
C. E.: BEt LE, er back In their Indian River residence M : f!

O .n'o nosy see eeokk .-.. eebi.v see. ,
Bo* 136 Salerno Drive residents taken ,Into the

F6rt Pierce Business and Professional / I ,,, o>\ mates flee,UK ikw.*rMrlr*tnemy, tin. Each, k,
Woman Club rectmaOME 1
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I.., FACE 'TWELVE THE STtJAR'I''NEWS STTJART, MAKTIN.' COUNTT, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, SEPT: 20, 1149
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t, I FROM STUART ATTEND NLW OIL VElffUREMICHAEL BENEFITS INCREASED Several Florida
I t ? Palm City ,News SCOUT MEETING HERE Jacksonville.\ Sept, M1 In.1 Ing Dromot blyk
,- i FISHING creased grants to Florida's needy pond the bra
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Only\ two persons from Stuart ag : I I :," ; DROVERS BUY were among 24 workers from of 't50 as compared with the 0io

r ,{ \{ IN THE FAMOUS seven counties tn this area who former *4S maximum have Just R EYE MI

f ; met for: the quarterly! board t been I approved by action of the
St. Lucie
I'I I Region : FORMERBROWN meeting of the Gulf Stream. Boy State Welfare Board, The Increases .
Ir, :: : : : : '.. Scout Council\ at Chlsholm: \ I last were made possible\ OLT
; ." TRua VORTSMAN" '' 18 C''"4 I''IAH''' M "NAIUUAL.rvott.cttBy :
I Thursday night J l E. Nobles. through additional funds provided
' I w: _. !EfIr!= EST: LYONS HOME ON RIVER chairman ot organization and States by the Federal Government
I beginning tomorrowFLOWERS tSg016e
vd I I'r'( The Hurricane Old not damage extension, announced two senior .. I,
+ J ''I ('i : : : ; : : In the upper region but It I With proper management By MRS ANNA B. DAT units and three Scout troops" r!
I Florida 1 may soon become the were in the process of being organized f
feet out from under us 1
j : our wild 1 turkey capitol of the na I and urged district
lc tar Is concerned, Mr and Mrs K. R Grover ot every For All
a* fishing OCCAS1
bon, says Coleman Newman, to add at least one by Dec. 31 I III
j t' 8t Lucie locks have been Trenton, K J, with summer The Rev, Ryan L;. Wood, chairman -
I to let out the water from wildlife biologist' Ot the StaU I residence on Lake Champlain of leadership training, urg BOUQUETS s CORSAGES e CUT FIOf|
: Okeechobee again and are Game and Fresh Water Fish I and who recently. purchased the district to see that V
FLORAL
j pouring a muddy flood our Commission, farm home and grove In Palm tooeZer well represented at I ARRANGEMENTS
'ay agaln-.*4 too. cubic feet a Writing In the current Issue oj y:I City Farms from Mr and Mrs the patrol' leaders' conference'at DOM TIC and IMPORTED CERAtruC
'J' ( Florida WUdTlfe, the commissions J. E. Lower, have also purchased Lake Osborne Oct..8.) Alt R.

The St, Lucle rich with thepawn < official publication Newman from }. L. Davis the propertyformerly I Nielsen reported considerable SMITH FLORAL i
I [ of salt water species and predicted that careful known as the Arthur progress In Improvements of & SIWlWjRE
:: ,'.; 6 I! '' billions of tiny bait could result In a population supervision W Brown place on the Taylor :Lake Osborne with a Capital deficit FLOWERS
''" I which were raided: here this l of ISO.000 turkeys In the: Road and the St Lucle River of $'33.76 incurred In the
J "'t' k will again be ruined state within the next 1J to 20 I Grover has been connected with Installation of sanitary facilities I' Arcade Bldg. 5th StVt. Pierce '
o' : ,the State of New Jersey Department He said the '
our\ winter fishing once years This would far outstrip camp urgentlyneeded
1i 1
i I la threatened with de the gobbler supply of any other.tat.f" : of Taxation and Finance a garbage disposal system L. BENEDUMBoiiedum
3f Snook and sea trout,I If' for acme.tlme, additional huts to take care
he said The dates wild
I ( :t h1 1 last week, will soon be turkey crop already has Increased The Rev and Mrs Wallace H. ot 60 Scout, additional\ boats, : V8w DOled for liii oil
{ f' cleaner pastures and 300 per cent In the last Sterns arrived Monday from Oak canoes and mlicellaaeoBj equipment ,witdcatting, toes' tiiiumnmj snow CLINTONE/VAJT
'e'll have to endure the old 12 years, bringing the 'present Park, HI Mr. sterna who suffered NUlsen said the council
veiilui-e-driUing! In the. Cult
1 ; I of Mud once more population to about 39000. An a spinal Injury en his way woul complete the year without It's Sprayed Into All Cra
1f :11.: I Local sportsmen were sched estimated 6583 turkeys were north Jn May was able to drive a deficit for the first time in ) ,of MtokpIpfE Tense,. ,fr'm.hug II Of Your Cjl and Crtw.,''
'l L'r to hold a hyacinth pulling shot during the 1947 hunting south and will resume hU work several years He complimented' \114.I( .
)' on the upper South fork .season Oct 10 as pastor of the Palm all districts on theIxpporL MOTO.Have A
:: ,
I Dynamite has been With "some work and considerable City Congregational CtfurchThe YOUR CAR cu1.FLrx NILl M
f: t : to get rid of some massive planning" he predicts that Home Demonstration Club '_ I ma MDDf.N Marrs Or Luaslu
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) snags on the stream and within two decades Florida hunt of Palm City will meet Mondayat Wg Moved to Our New Store I r.e Aa t.eae ** "..
;: are towing out Island era will be able to safely kill 30,* the home of Mrs. Van Ness "Mp
,: .<\ : hyacinths to be taken to sea 000 birds annually. Newmsfh said The Rev, and Mrs, Wallace.H. 307 E. Fourth StreeL asi j Stuart Sta'J
the swift current. dinner of oarvice
(" r flowing 8000000 of Florida 22000000 Sterns were guests NE FUBtfrtmE
IULin
river Is now clear up to two Mrs Marian B. risk Monday .
acres of forest land be made
: I I I above Treasure bland If Into "top night turkey can range"He evening on their ..rrlvet) home \ B/"TtrlM5CMrtg J i w a *"", Ma' /freuyt raopucn J

; : want to help contact Ralph' would like to see 300 birds Mr. and Mrs, O. F, Blauvelt
i Jr.. or Bill Armor. placed In good habitat each spent Sunday as dinner guests -
yearas
: Judge Harry Dyer. not speak breeding stock of Mr. and Mrs. George WebsterIn : : P "' T
;\ : b"5'! to me nle4m.e! I credited Under present plans the commission Eldorado Heights, Stuart.. Dollars
: I Pomeroy with shooting two will trap approximately Mr, and Mrs George F, Blau- '1V' '
;+!' \",V i Dyer Is holding In a pic- 250 wild birds this year and velt have received word from; Spent
,i ii't which will appear In the transfer them to timber areas Col. R L. Williams\ that he and A't 1IomeSt. MARTIN COUNTY
Fishing Oulde Harry main previously\ planted in suitable Mrs Williams are still at Niagara
he shot the turkeys I turkey foods In the future, New- Falls on a summer vacation .,.
I been able to find Jim man said,_the,commission hopes Mr. and Mrs, F L. Hlgbee had SINESS DIRECTORY
;i't fr to acquire hunting rights on other as dinner guests Saturday Mr At Home
i tracts that can !bf developedInto and Mrs E. E. Van Scoy of West I

areas,gobbler he said, would territory restock Such Palm Vincent Beach Lee, Higbee and Bobby Your Busines Card Ili;/This Section Every Week Will Bring You Bus j jr

; 1 ed and closed from four to ten Wortham attended Arthur De- ...
!ki I lase OF years to allow the crop to. build' hon Jr:s. 6th\: birthday party. ..
i t ; SuN1'b up which he celebrated Saturday at I
I Ills home In Stuart. r Keep I In Touch f 'ITCHFORD'SCAMP HOME BUILDING I 1 St I
t'I" 1N I LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville Saturday from 10 to noon a r
1 Sept. 30-"Re- picnic party was held at the I HIGB'EE '
: f9 ,y ports which we have received ; Henry Crews home celebratingthe with'I-I I & I Aut Cesp
\ + ; after careful surveys\ by responsible 7th birthday anniversary of : roa KENT .
,[ \.I'' .. market officials indicate their eldojt daughter, Violet I co |ges and Boats 'W 0 R TH AM Mo Calls
I that \little damage was sus Luncheon was served followedby
,\ + tiy eet buildings or other i cake and Ice cream. Attendingwere 'L-t III WI'I I Seafood General Contract: An iral. CAd
... .
d 1 structures In the Florida State Karen and Jerry Mallory, 5 u 11 lerl. 0 n. .e r'.e 1 MTAU. and Repair.'g i0 bay vuia

Markets system throughout the I Rosemary Taylor, Carolyn Fein- I 1 ...... .$3 Bait*>r',Sale P. O. Box 832 coareruaor
4' ''tf ..........
area swept by last week *tropical i I auer, 'Mary Lane, Joyce and year TENSE %EACH' .1 One Block West Palm' t
storm," said William L. Will Francis Crews Bill Wallace, Ann I I 1R asd lre ,
i' WERSPRING MATTRESS"and son director of State Markets Bozone, Mary Rae and Judy I I 2 years... ...... ...-.$5' j AT couifTvaitiDG* I City. Bridge R.ght Oa The' I DrI, law., re.

i In a summary of current conditions Crews Mrs Pauline Crews was ,. .. .! -- --- .. ---
assisted by Mrs 8. E. Lane \ : --
BOX SPRING Despite weather conditionslast I Mrs Martha Whittle ot Sa-
6 week a majority of the livestock lerno was the week-end guest '
on legs sales centers held sales at the S, E. Lane home, j Docks ./ f' CONCREIt

\50 $59 with slightly reduced offerings I Mr, and Mrs. O. & Wilkinson Foundations, FW
$< Value 0 Week-end reports from 10 Florida of North Fork were supper guests Seawalls I'I'T 1. I Driveways, SidmliBlodis
markets revealed I the sale of -
at Herbert Sudhoft home el'T
1 the
Brick, IM
/IN OR DOUBLE SIZE UnCle sez.All ,
3432 cattle and 3Alt hogs during i Sunday Boat Houses I e e a Tile Septic Tuft
r' Ft. the latest auctions for which Mr. and Mrs.1. E. Lower spent
fierce
Sleep Snop ,figures were available. Gross receipts two days during the storm at .Types. Of Marine .(ew.jnur p..kaa.d..av A.ikur, C.U F. WIIUuu la Fad 5

Fort Pierce, Fie. X 120 N. 2nd St/ Phone 710 on eight of the reporting I the home of Mrs,. Ann B Day, CondructionIvan : Everything a CM*
markets totaled $20107620, the '
Mrs Lower has not been well '
I two remaining reports failed to since the storm a year ago when Taylor ( DUNTE
t do do 1
Indicate cash totals\ paid to producers she. suffered a heart attack. you bring
P. O. Box 474 i
Word has been received from fol JOY Do do I. LDECKQi
WU@ '0J irtfA 'LLY ? Russell Day CWO who has been PHONE 104-J Box 936Jensen Pbas>!
YOCBk
LEGISLATORS GOINGTO stationed for more than two i __. . L/ VERY BES; s or does'ANNOY
FLOOD CONTROL, 81EETSenator years In Korea that he sailed your lUk tend tin -
l lore So Than Risking I for home on the transport General "Gelfen' thi off your .
$& )$ Evans; Crary': Representative Collins Sept. 18. The Collins I'I'Web Ord"ayMotors;; chest?"
7 \fff..'''KW j New Home By Marvin H Rowell and Is touring the Pacific and will our inds have Hfe
possibly Commissioners O D. dock for several days each at r trouble a t r pwa-.ND
/ 1 Adequate or Qulnllvan and C. M Fletcher Okinawa, Philippines, Shanghai, ADDED OED AR' WANT-
I1 will attend a general meeting of and Japan The tour will takeat AUTHORIZED' DCALL*' FOR r' SURE
i Unfe Wiring the South Florida Flood Con.trot least a month and give the M w ou add your
ii Committee in Klsslmmee passengers a chance to know : FORD ''J dismal gro i like a red TRY THEM-H

1 Saturday morning. the Orient. Before leaving his flag flaun dl ARE MORE THAI
sE US SALES ANO ESVKE .
post at Seoul, Korea the ptfl- .
FOR GUARANTEED TILTON!' ON DESTROYER cers there gave him a farewell DAY AND NITS; Just Jfeep 'yir trials I APT TO HAVE I
WIRIf party Including a ro 4 garden WRECKER SERVICE well WI/HIN, eneV> cheer,
Clement E. Tllton,
r.t. d. hospital- anda ful FHONT with and
dinner dancing speeclma CODY HEMIMPHONE' %,
'
E man, U8N, husband ot r Mrs Imo- I J Bci
1 rf gene Ttltpn, of Indlantown, Is Swiss movie camera. T\ e general 9142Quinn's ,' thus aJberdial welt fe win,, Jensen

,,1 1 ( serving aboard the destroyer transports Collins built Is one In of 1944 the in new New r ,'__- as yo/may move bolk You '
USS Hyman which Is scheduled e cannft hope te gain aiming
Jersey
ELECTRICCoNTIACTING'AmiANCES to leave soon for the Mediterranean by spreading gl&m
Mrs Las J. Murphy accompanied --:---- ----- gloomy { r
The Hyman recently returned her daughter and soninlawMr to/ hose around you |r
I to Newport,, R. I?. from II and Mrs, Casy Andrews and I" ; Store; b/ngth'ahadowofaTO
Guaritanamo CuEa, where > how
/ Bay granddaughter, Mrs. Bill Stan But, oh different when /ou're GAY vou're LA MOMCLAMOROUJ r
she underwent aix-week training '
come EVERYWHERE '
I ter, ;to Pompano Sunday They yo friends give bead to wh.
f .."-.L.T period. also visited Mr!. Murphy aunt QUALITY MEATS you say, qnd they with Y confer! If tellin' trouble ttrwet0PY u

Mrs.Reach Kenneth Fuetrell at Bo1tJon \- I a Li-CRo h RIES MADE' THEM S, we'd (o in for that; but, all it is, roil

ti you must confess, is SO JCH YATTA-TI-YATJ WNAUu
I d : I t1,;, st Palm Beach Directory $1,650,000,000 j. '

t" I PAID SALARIES Jensen Bea'th 'ttle
\ h
I When In l rst Palm Beach These Firms Appreciate Your ronagpaat TO FLORIDIANSA ,
.
.rid N. Tr* tt* Sd ,
t aatqt
total of 11550000000 was PHONE j .
I / BADCOC r00Rt TO aas MORN H A W HORNE paid to Floridlana In 1947 In 9131-J: ii. xAON A .

I t v RQ/FINC CO. wages and salaries after deduc I .
512 Clematis SL tlons for Social Security and -
I Furniture and a G-seecu NLTaII similar programs; the research COMPLEn -r1; -- _. of YieJectric s'lu
and Industrial division of the 1'I-'I I !
House Furnishings YVeG..VEJITILATDN P R AN, k .HAL E
or bra OPTO.m5T. Florida State Chamber of commerce and Refrigera Ap
'
{ / are ..e Ott. wAYwaoornea stated In Its Labor Day lion SERVICE I R

I II .!::::: business comprised review 10 per'cent This of amount the $2- No Job Too Too Small Large Or D0_ DSON : ROOFING YOU T r

y TRY 571000000 total of all personal Ft0 SANDING ANn. lehFuullung
US
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ROBE SOUND
Income of Floridians In 1947. I

t tI j ei WE MAY HA T YOU NEED 000,000,000 Nationally was more paid than In salaries lilt- ELECTRIC CO.. I Roof Repairing'Da I .aa '..

I Phone''' and wages last year, 62 per cent [ ,. Phone Pho 32-R boa 604 I Sit So. Colorado. A... c HA S
'i of the total'' national persona) Nile Phone i "hone 9141 aDd Le.. .. SiIrv1c.'S' ,
income. 'tudrt Fla' I Me...,.
Hobe Sound 327i ,
3551f '"Additional sources of Incometo L I r, a .. Federal 11Stu.rC

i noridlans \last year wereM2,000000 347.J_.. >_ I .
$ In proprietors' Income
(net Income of unlncor
i
porsted establishments Including Wd1Jalousie.
Hunicane Protection .
BAEDWAREr farms from))aD$259000000 types of property in Income ". JOB Plumbing Ie >Iteotlag> I ,Jo.s N.w 1A'

I t BASH DOOIkdt (dividends, interest net rents Aluminum Awnings Sheet M4ftal w.n. w r'r'' .
and royalties) and $200000000 ea"1Y
tinsels' Shutters w. -
a pr
from 'all other sources (all relief. Ventilatio PRINTING PUllPINQ I\'ITI.MI
programs and payments to veterans a. t.a t. ,...
lee ev 5..I a nB..dt7
and their families). Rain anal Glare Coftl I '"' 's'.d'r n
1 I 'Percentages ot the total Income Pri CJ"' I STUART
NEWS STUART PLUMBING
received from sources other caw JON
than salaries and wages were 22 Shutter Pro ct. Ie METAL WORKS

& Co. Inc. per cent paid to proprietors, 10 .ox ... For Fad. /+
Lumber
I Hobe Sound Supply CO,
I r per cent from property and a ledPHONE 300 ""' aetw
I .. +'
Ic>>Iu.
Y
t j per cent from miscellaneous I ,e. 545 "-' Fora .T w D..I" Make N / +

sources." '..
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