The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Fifty-three new voter'registered The 'Legion Welcoming Committee Issued an urgent plea CITY ELECTION jl : '

!IS REVIEWED while the books were openIn today for ill householder 'and.other* with cocOanut palm tree ..1

the precinct and ,at her of. to bring the cocoanut to special "d mpI" established- BIO Candidateecanbegimi! tiling for TO SPEAK HERE

dice Mrs. Jf. P. Blakeslee, supervisor King Puroll Station, downtown Stuart and L. J. Ooesslmg city post In the 1843 election County Board

REP. ,ROGERS ,of registration, announced home on South Federal Hwy The nut will be labeled "SO yentr this Saturday,'Oct 9, LIsts WIU '

today.' The books closed Saturday 1948 Florida! Convention, Stuart Martin County," and given to, remain open until, Nov '7. The ON WEDNESDAYU. "
out-of-State Legionnaire at hospitality,booth to be established primary 1 Ia set for Nov 23 with '
I and the ) Hoard Health
next opportunity to Agree ,to Budget $4,300 For ,Program to ,
here, .
right Roger Speak At I register for county, State and the regular election tIe, ... Two S: General r Who Head Begin "After 1948 Taxes Start "I'.
Joint Civi,Club I "If you have no mean of transportation save tlie cocoanut two-year city commission post *
national election St. Andrew. Coming In"
Meeting 'J I until, I850t not occur and notify King," said Oo ullng. "We hove only 3.000.and maid ocr-.pied: Stlmmell by Bob Baker and Kenneth Layman'Group Talk i 1 II','
secunj 000.They do not need to be ripe and It doe become vacant
I ilotymatter a* well the After repeated .expressions: of favor, for the proposed !
prelJCntoluMI as
: municipal Judgeship -
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Rogers ci
) { they are old. They are to be used,as souvenirs-aot eaten.* Gen John : tee final Al-
rlda'i 6th Congressional 6 'KIWANIANSTO If there I* more than'one lied Commander} In Italy and ountl health unit by representative' from 'Me"" and

Jrict reported on the prlnclnraiurea -i candidate for any post the primary American Theater Commander t'hool organizatIons in the county the CountComrhls.- + "
be held.
I until the peace treaty was sIgned tslon Tuesday agreed to consider eEtablillhment at the unit -
enacted by.the 80th
Kress and Urged protection 1 CONVENTIONThe Post Office DRIVER'S, LICENSE'SALES I will apeak In Stuart at a ss'4ttiflg' after rnoniys from 19,48, tlltea.'tart? coming in next ) '
meeting of Episcopal Church: -- ------------- -
SHOW, GAIN PRElllNfOFSHARK montn. xne, empty board load
American heritage through, ..L I laymen from Vero Beach to Pel- CHAMBER MEETING allowed $4,300 for the unit. In Its, ,
{tinting use of the ballot at ._ Receipts UpI Salt of newdniver'a licenses I ray Beach to be held at St I
nt meeting of KIwanis and I house 1 I SCHEDULED MONDAY 1948-43 budget but no definite
1 Kiwanis Club of Stuart through Sept: 30 wa 58 ,per Ma"s pariah here at
[try Club at the: Woman'sFriday : INDUSTRY date had been set lot,It* tart.
Will! be represented at the 1948 cent better this 'year than at I : A general meeting of the Martin -
i ftoon 14 Per Cent Speaker who appeared, to ,
,)gers repeatedly l lashed at convention of the Florida Kiwanis -'I the lame time last year, County : County Chamber of Commerce

jslat uncooperative attitude District to be held'Sunday I '",- Judge Arthur R, Clont announced DIES AT "MIAMI I for discussion of the argue at the length for establishment ,
through Tuesday Tampa, Club of unit "to safeguard
world ended Gross Monday.
e r in President Price French receipt at the Stuart 'At ..elo.lnitime Chamber functions will beheld the
announced county' health and welfare
yo Bay ST tno-iU-iS ago paying' yesterday, I Post Office are up 34 per cent ,that day, 24 hour* before at the Civic Center at I p.m.. w'' .f
of Mayor
( today's
crUX struggle to
kerve'peace b the difference More trig* 45 clubs In !the dlsGEOROJ for the. third quarter ending the deadline for securing the Robert M. French Sr., Month C 0, McQuade add K. R. Baker C A. Christopher of ,

ron the Soviet' and American Sept. 30 a* compared to the permits penalty-free. Judge Founder Succumb at 8 S.lmmell will be In charge of the Martin County 'Tuberculosis
same period of time last year, Clont office had sold 217 license Miami and Health Association
ksophle' and the question of Hospital the program Nomination and George,
ich Is to be paramount.. TS\ Assistant Postmaster H, J, as .compared to 2811 a I election of officers will be held. Hlronlmu for the Red Cross,

etst he said, cooperated a* Schwarzel' announced Tuesday. year ago. Robert M. French. Sr.. 84. --- Dr, J. D Parker K, 8. Stlmmell, J
[ a* lend-lease poured In buts The 1947 third quarter found receipts -I The j judge also reported 30 licenses founder and president of Shark W. C. King for the Junior Cham-
Its ending they have re- totaling $&39820; this sold during; the first I ; Industries Division of The Bor States ber of Commerce, Mr*. A. O,
lated: everything submitted year that Increased to $7.260.110. day after the deadline, The II-I Sea Company, whose Salerno Rights Pittman, president of the County J.

e United Nation* and are Other third quarter gain Is reported censes. now cost applicant Ift plant I Is one of Martin Cou 1t '. P-TA Council, Arthur Ruhnke 'r
Iking European recovery and for the office Stamp or the regular tl alter taking a I nujor industries, died at Jackson Pros and Cons for KIwanIs Club Mrs. B B.
recovery here a* much as'i iIble. sale. are up more than $550 driving test which .I* offered by Memorial Hospital In.Miami Homlar for the Salerno P-TA.,
Use of the veto power front $589617 last year to $5.- Highway Patrollan "William, Mo: ,!In early morning hours l-OOay) Mr. Marie McCullough for'
nerf In the UN exemplifies; 25018 this year. However, money 'r Knight from .-..:30 p.m. each' He had been 111 for several Aired at Club I.Stuart P-TA Mr*. John Hay tar J t
conveyance mean 'have'' dipped Friday Jensen Beach School and H. EL
i attitude Roger said, year* His condition became 1
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slightly Postal note which had I
applauded conception and i u. critical last week and he was Kraft for the Chamber ol Commerce A':
itretslonal passage of the I a total value Of $3,277.43 hi the I taken from his home here to the i'o:' Background of the controversial I and Rotary Club.
hall Plan In June 1947 which 1947 third quarter registered PRESBrTERIAN 1 Miami hospitaL 1 States' right question and Commissioner A. E... Sims
Inscribed as drawn to help; $4,870.05 this year Money orders He survived by his wife, two GENERAL, lEE reasons why it should be op brought out that Stuart and the
an nations and check the totaled 3,157 ,with, a value of I I j j song Robert M, 'Jr. and price: I ipm Wednesday, Oct 13 posed by American cltlzcfwerlf\, I county were not ready for the
ad I of Communism, Although $5231370 lait year, but fell 1 to CHURCH"OPENS'' (f French, vice-president',of tile The presented by School Supervisor unit a year ago but that the
r 3147 orders valued at $5190558 meeting it sponsored b. H. C. Webb at the noon "COunty Commission l la not
meetingof op
pi* now had 11 nation tmdef J JIhumb concern and a daughter, Mrs. the : I
the Plan can be credI In the: '48 third periodKANNERS ,!Elizabeth Madeira of Stuart. I tee on Bishop's Laymen Advisory Affairs Cum Its mil ob-- Rotary at CrUshotm yester-t I posed\] to the unit when they,
The ;;; Mr. French had day Itbe commissioner) can see It*
I with, savlni Italy France new Presbyterian Church lived In Stuart I |
EM e and Turkey from thefen w, ras building on OsceoU Aye,started for the past two year Ject and secure being! ,to promote of Interest i ,In discussing the part' of the tJi advantage to the county."
"' PLAN'NEW"'B I Funeral cooperation Episcopal States rights plank which! he The board ''announced a request
Curtain May 1 with Charles have not a* yetOLYMPIAiC'E
Rogers said lie trick, which embraces a m"mber- Coflfad'p.s rjtes laymen. RectorK..\ M.
beenaet. said. ,art much the same In the will be made of the: Stateto
bitted Its high cost but terraIt contractor, will be used foe $e Fenton announcedGeneraKLee I
ship of 5,000. business and professional platform of the two allow 1t to former
I far cheaper thanjvaj first time starting "with Sunday Wed'granted major par- namorie.
It told :his audience I of nearly "leaden,"are expected BUILDING' School at' lOlaon. and- church!, tlrement lit December' 1947,-WA to tie,"Webb said he opposed an Camp Murphy area Martin''

that enactment 'of the Nafeat to send ,delegate to the three- j service at 11 ext SundayS become executive ecretay of anti-poll tax regulation because County Tropical Park, and byresolutioL

Security Act unified the day meeting. French, said -. Built under a $33,000 contract; St. Andrew Brotherhood of tho of a States right to determine I transferred Its ownership -
met service and thereby pretet The (peaking program will Erection of a one-story 60 by the construction Includes 'an' Episcopal Church. He makes his the qualification of those living; of the overhead!! electrical I
this nation to speak with feature the appearance' of 82 ft. building on two of the four auditorium, assembly room, Sunday COMPANY'SOLD home In York Pa, national within it rather than having! tM IYst.e11'at Wltham Field to the
Federal Government do Florida Power and Light Company
Bi rtty and force, the only George. W, Kirk prominent lo.li 'between Flagler and Osce-' School room and the 'pastor home of the brotherhood to so. I .
Use of the literacy test In about Election Inspectors for
kuage known to the Russian, Slfceston, Mo., attorney, John R. ola Aves.'which were purchasedIn study: Feature of the auditorium A graduate of West Point. with I
recalled the' peacetime SeHn Wright, Lakeland real estate July by the Kanner Land 1* a new organ, girt of C. %V. Moo'Makes; Pur- service In Panama Guam China half the State value in the union has Nov. 2 were books appointed and revised theregistration
the of the States were
Serttce Act and laid bed executive, both members of the Company of Miami 1 la expectedto the church choir guild .It will chase Plans For Improvements Alaska and Japan, as well as in'1'I proven de-11 l' at special board session
maintaining\ this right to a yesterday
tor it on the theory that It board Of Kiwanis International, start Oct 15, Sam Kanner, be played Sunday by Miss Louise Europe daring both. World Wars/ :.i
termlne who la and who 10 notqualified < afternoon
bill serve a* a war pre wnjivei and Roe! Fulkerson. Hollywood., head of the firm, announced Dearston with Mr*. H S. Sudbof he commanded V 8 forces tn'' I I I
vote Webb aald
i enable this nation ,to enfcelt Fla.editorial writes&: ,for the Friday afternoon directing the choir, Dr. C A, Sale of the Olympia Ice Company the European Theater from May 1 ------
diplomacy : Kiwanis Magazine 1 Rancor, who visited her Friday Carrlel will speak on "The Mean- and other properties in 1942, through 1945, was aWarded' The speaker said he la op-law ,I NEWTlTS LINE
posed anti'lynthing
ie laid that tfwplt natural Kirk who will represent Kl. with his son Bennie a University Ing of World Communion" which Hobe Sound by Roy DMkJnson! Army and Distinguished Service I toJt has, dUd out I
p-tcomings, Congress has prod -' wants International at the convention of Miami Junior, said the I will be observed. Sunday* II) and Mr*. Ella B. Reid to Cecil W. Medals, Sliver{and Bronze Stars throughout because the country nearly and be-I|
better for World War It baa served a* probate building will be of concrete block a.m, service Moor wag revealed Monday with and Legion of Merit. a* well as i
I I cause It ,turns police powers over HEARING IS SET
Iran* than any other nation court judge and director of the and steel and will extend from Payment on the oria'n are being filing'of paper at the court decorations from EnglandFrance to the Federal Government

{recounted the Income tax cut Southeast MtaourJ' farm Bureau sidewalk to sidewalk It' will be made by the guild from proceeds house. Sale price.was not announced Belgium, Luxemburg' Webb stressed by...,revlewlng
Ich shaved 7,250,000 taxpayer and the Slkeston National divided Into two store with one from the, rummage sales and Italy. I early American history how the I ---- .
p the roll at a cost to''the Farm Loan association Long active to offer a general line of mer- held each Friday In the Post, The transaction Includes Lots'I Rev, Fenton asked that all' several States repeatedly have Fort fierce Jensen-Stuart -
try of $70000000 and his In Boy Bcout work, he wa. chandise and wearing apparelfor j Office Arcade 18-19, Block 7 Inr Kobe Sound, a ,Episcopalians or others desiring! I avowed allegiance to States' Run Planned By "
loduction of) the community appointed to the National Boy all age. This will be A citywide community youth I parcel labeled In the plat a* Florida to attend the meeting notify rights and how In the nation Sunrise TransitA f I
|erty plan which: as adopted Scout Council in 1941, aged by y ung Kanner' service ill scheduled at 4:30 p.m. East Coast Railway property him at Box 1345, Stuart not I infancy union was stymied for I ",
save married men, ,In .the Delegate! from the Kiwanjs brother, Stanley S., who m.n"l Sunday: with Miss Ola RIcardo Lot I In Block 8 and Lot later than Sunday, Oct 10. A I several year because the State '.
lt ted i state more thai") *l0,- Club of Stuart to the convention tide here with his wife presiding and young people of 3 and 4 In Grant Addition to turkey supper will be served by I wished to be certain they would publie hearing will be 'held }
00. will Include O H1 Tilton C A daughter. Plan for the other churches In tha city taking Kobe Sound. It was the property a woman committee headed 1 retain this status He recalled |by the Florida Railroad Commission i ::1

|e called the flood control Portef French, Henry 0 Kindred half as-a undetermined, part in the program The '* second shift of owner in by Mr. S. H Austin that the Democratic party wa I at 9:30 next Thursday
til approval by Congress as : Dl C A, Fogt and T TOughterson i said Rev. Charles A. Burgreeu, rector' little more than a year, Andrew _. I founded more than a century morning In the Mayflower Ho-t

m..u.l! !.p!g,, U" ..' The company purchased from of St. Mark Episcopal Churchin fester having, sold l It to Dickinson MILD WINDS HERE principally to Uphold this tel, Jacksonville on applicationof
,---- 30-33 Halne will and Mrs. Reid Sunrise Transit Co., Fort
-- -- Mrs A. O Wheeler Lots City speak on July 13, '
which lie between the' New p4- Actually the first ,meeting In 1847 Also included beside* the I Florida second hurricane In' status I Pierce. to run a bus line from!!
endment Barber the building wUl 8 Ice plant 1* the 15 day mild :35milewind : The Rotary directors later ]Fort Pierce to Stuart via Indian
: 1 Will hon Bldg. and Bozone new be at county agency r'v: II I voted to take $45 worth of ad- I
I 1 1IU10cyclone j River Drive.
Shop The new construction will tomorrow night when the leasion for Cities Service gasoline
-----j b.1 which passed over vertlslng In the high school The new branch line would! I ,
be placed on Lot 30 and 31 will meet to welcome new member Moore said the plant will I
liversion' Miami I and went to sea at Pom-' paper Southwlnd and decided ,start at Otange Avenue and 2nd
of Highway nearest the barber shop Kanner, *, Dr. Carrlel said the ached- Independent of Moore Dairy In
formerly of Sarasota and Brad- uled ',parent-teachers meeting Palm City and future plans Include pano-wlth 53 houses leveled In I to have dinner meeting 0mej:j St. In Fort Pierce and go down
before Nov. 15 to complete ,
Dade and Broward counties by time ]Indian. River Drive to Jensen
tonight has been indefinitely producing all Moore ,
"' anton ha been In' the mercantile postponed milk
; tornadoe*--wa. hardly felt In : drawing of the club budget. The :j Beach thence to Stuart via AlA.
Uahas eeOtt. 7'IFNSI; C ) : Th ; i department 'a* well a* business 37 year and recently on the old Barat farm and set l club had six guests
/ retire for Dr Carrlel "The Presbyterian ting of processing Martin County I ]It would take the South Dlxto
up equipment
nuncement In Washington motorIsts not.oniy In Florida, wa forced, to tald.
School closed as a precautionary through town to Flagler\ Avenue;
the National Highway Users his health. congregation U grateful at the Ice plant so all Moores'products OSTI'ONED I:
1 1I
but In' practically every tate but reopened BOARD MEET ,then north North ColoradoAve
measure on
1 expected to for the cooperation of will be processed there
Inence citing Florida\ with The tore here many ,
sting 20752.000 of highway of the Union We who have well be open for buslnes*.-by Jan I. people which made possible- thla This wUl necessitate building an this' morning Police and sher-1!i Tuesday The advent prompted of the Superlnten-hurricane 1: to St Lucie Ave In Stuart, \ '
I Iff officer and storm disaster (and return
taxes to a )arg stake In highway development new building; to John Stetson Addition to the Ice plant, Moor
pura ,, '" remained on the alert dent R H RoIHnt to postpone JenuenBeach Buslnelll'Mi P
last need definite and HARTMAN INFANT the architect for beauty of design said,' I' \
been noted
year, a meeting of the
until 11:'45,Tuesday fl.m.-then the scheduled I Association wa instrumental In r
> much I Interest by the Flor affirmative statement of highway Graveside: servIces were eon- economy of 10 School Board until Monday at
Association, policy This platform will ducted yesterday by the Rev T. Conrad for excellent YOUTHFUL RUNAWAYS went home I the court house The I,spurring the move, which would. ; I''
:2:30: at .
ten; : Phenomenon of the storm wasa p.m. I facilitate Stuart-to-Jensen travel
ch ha at Fern HJ11 Cemetery ship and' erattm1an.1 CAPTURED IN ,.
actively working lead to unparalleled progress In I. Geary generous : baleful, coppery sunset Tues- board met briefly Tuesday afternoon ,I this winter reason.
the passage ;Nov 3 of Good highway Improvement throughout for. the Infant 'daughter born tion of contract; to the payroll I
to sign
at Amendment No 1Tito the State." i Tuesday to Mr.'and Mr. RalphHartmaii worked on the building for Interest 'Pos Donahue, 18 and Carroll day.',..........-"-_. -- -- '-' -' -- --_. -'-"-- _._---_ .__._- _----C. r I
amendment WUll'atop a With ..regard to future 'tOad Jr and car beyond duty; to Kllsore, 13. Fort Lauderdale '

II portion of the diversion programs It recommend sound friend who gav. youth\ who ran away from, Three-Quarters of County (i
wed' by th national oriwUon long-range plans, developed "We take pride In the fact home 'yesterday, 'were apprehended 4 Nearly .
The administrative through adequate representation that nearly all the work on the here this morning by 11

imltte proteited what It of highway.user on highway THEJIDESjjijjjSJ church wa done by local firm the Florida Highway Patrol and Areas Now Put Active Usei: 1 j
t to
fd "an inexcusable rise of planning: bodies. 'The platform and that work Is. a credit. to Chief of Police Roy Baker after Rural 1 j

er cent,In one year In the call for the continuance of Federal JS. '''olwbJ-". Stuart.. allegedly stealing one automobile ,. __ j' 1,
: .jS : .::, who with the .
rant accordance 54 Other* helped and .
of hlghway'ulet Wet highway aId In I. wrecking anothe ..
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ted by (all). th*,State* ta with, the historic principle for as.t.,.... .44 a k.oe It ..... t.. eisa construction Include carpenter The boy were headed out of Nearly three-fourth Of the fral areas of Martin County Also Roy' ,Elmoie. 2; i, M:. f 1
highway purpose" such assistance tb the State, .... I ..... II ..i..,.. ho ..... C.p0.4.aCtF Ray Darling Harry W. Bethatn, town In a Nash belonging to Dr. ar'i '
48 corporation Pierce 330 B. T. Stead J
h be W. Ii. se.ses.ssW. Charles' R Hendrtcka: 'William being put to some active use by private or ,.acres:;
Howard W
Neall of Stuart
committee said: "Th ad- and advocate that Federal appropriations When
>tea of increased taxation I of be cased on the : a a. 5,55. ,;: PM, Brannon, 7.. L. Hall and,Alonio they sighted ._ Highway Patrol County Agent L..M,_ Johnson reported: last._._ week. 320 acre; Sunrise; Products, two ,
'highway user and the advoof -! ability of the: Atstes'to matchthe 0.1 I f .111,.. .., ,liI5. ..'..: ;'sSe 1". sic 0,05i Smith,: masonry, Herbert Bren- ear parted at the pollee elatIon,: In the agent orsicn. 11Ule .0- sections.:.'Dr. John, .Wakefleld, '
1 the doubletaxroads, 'grants and spend, them /,i It {3J '$$55. ,.14. .... non assisted' by.'ftober Hodapp, became excited, lost control of Oughterson tldg, 1 II posted: a Williamson 1111: Q H Tucker, 18, two section; Edward Mapp, 40* ,
*(d that present highway wisely. II .. sea 055: 'itS 14' Sloe'0'5e' J. Lanler. Eddie Scott Joe 1*- the Nash and trashed Into a map of the county's 598 sections Harry Lu' Kanch It; Florida\ acre of lrovea i Advance Farms. '

levenue are &Inadequate to, Bedded advocating that the iJ! SS. v'5 ISiS. 15CCLTHEEATHER Lancer Walter Jacob and John Ford coupe belonging ( to the on which Johnson keep track Forest and Park Service,' 14, I 88 .cre* of grove. Miami 'Fruit '
1''th. road our country field of gasoline taxation be left Gilbert, plumbing by Stuart, Glenn Fall ,Insurance Co. ofOrlando. formerly Camp Murphy; Spur ,
'i> W* tannot reconcile tome entirely to the State, the plat- Plumbing/ and Metal Works with :The coup wa* parked with, crayon of the various active Ranch (Thad Carlton). 14, Walter Industries, three-fourth 'of a 1
Site 'demand with the in- form"'declare/ that registration i Fred. Orman, William Mathers. in(front of tuart Hotel where land holdings I In the county and Cecil John, 12.; Dr. B F. 'section; :1. T:\. Fuqua< 'threeu t.

L ble Diversion In. many i fee and gasoline UM are fair Ed: Howard, Frank Blackston, It*:.driver. ,John A. Steel ,of Largest ,area on his map IS'' 33 Romlg.:,U.: a 'to, Hlnson. U.: fourth of section, Howard-:

< of pretenrecord reve- ,In principle when the revenue i Ia I I ..... _. ......... William Schuman and Hy Has's.nl Orlando was pending thi bight section owned by the' Adam Paulson Ranch, 11, Arrlet* Hocksptroust eectlooaofavo1: 1
'The committee said Flor-\ used for highway\purpose* and rorII.. N. ...P..SW.'olS.... U. .. .-u..., _bessa. .. ;f Hall Electric BerYtcIP.',E. After the crash the',boy* fled Cattle Company for farming and Ranch at Port Mayaca. 10; Lake, cadoe and mixed truck. Charles '
diverted ?& per cent of iu'v when the cost. of road l* fairly ',.site. ,SOS. 55'ad,..., I M. Hlgbee Leo Demsky, Earl lOci were picked up near the ranching following the firm'srecent ,Worth Farm, 9, W. a Matheton, ;
'y user taxes, placing the, apportioned among, all who T.p-.i"s......- .5..JI.54...- McGee; Halt Roofing Frank south city )limit*, purchase of this are thIs 8, Fox Brown, I. Pine Tree F, Fawsetl.: Jr. tt section* of ,"
among the leader in the !Benefit from them.* I as Hal. Id Hale; Kent 1 Hale. lummer Second largest I Ia 39 Ranch 8V4: F, H. William, (. avocado and mixed vegetable; e
The Florida Oood Roads A* I E'r :,ra.so.. ,.::ci U 1 Charle (Wrton. Felix Mosley, DEADLY CATfISH'I section held by the Indhuitown Alto Douglas Brown, 7V4: C, A. Major Farm, half section '
'tirtda Highway Va r.' socialism ha been pleased with I 0,5,5 f. 04 Eugene May and Jake Garrison; Fishermen. bridges-.-especially Development COlllpany'of which Chaney and Chanty Ranch. 7; of mixed vegetable; Paul MHeenshel. -

lerenc:*, meetlhg In Jacksoncently the growing support being' given I 0,5 o,, 4 ::iI n painting by James Smith. I* C. Jensen bridge -- wen i 25 are, leased to farmer andranchers Elder Bowling and Warren Crag- ISO acre, of mixed
received the plat-> to Good. Road Amendment No. 0,0.5 Moore, William VaughJ and I- warned today that catfish 'left i iI and four are being developed head. T: Rex Beach 7,' Myrl vegetable antf. gladioli; South '
'when of the Stat ;..- Phlnney: waterproof of the : to dry on the* bridge planking by the IDC William ''t1nder
Marvin Holloway1, J. Bodies in all parts 8.; Chester Ul, Fork Ranch. J# sections: Apgaf, '
ld nt action on the INCHeS p.Ale4FAl.l, ment block by Mark ; have been puncturing -tuto Urea I Approximate holding by other 5 John f Bessemer .
ef the Florida AAA have been taking s.,.. U : Baromy Ranch' 2H) sections; i'owsu Ouy.
Club. ;Conference, said.' plan toupport, the amendment o'i.9, 1oi floor covering and: pulpit ce.j,I I with their sharp spines FUher- I Interests Include; I Properties, Inc, 4Vit, R. B. Hemlaben. 2V4 sections. Brandon' Brokerage -! ,
\post-war' period to date arm worker In all part of th I pet by Oriffin-Ecker: (Floor men are asked to throw,the cat R. U Chaitatn, 21 sections; R. 4; H. R. Steffen l; L, Company 800 ,acre. And, '
b." 'y'c, tin c tor )ttn''"' Sat M* eopef sting. J"""" .1.1.' > 'ring. Fort Pierce. fish back In thr river. I 8 Harris 30 aectioni.. H. C. ,Maxey 1. _, John M. Jones, tw*"*ectlon'Cf .




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n. !" .'I'' 1 if:' '1 il! h i: I';' ,; J SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of' the.. 'WEEK, IN. STUART.r d : : news uems" fie.inn actors: A.paper 214 noon McCOY. must, on rwch Ncdnad,Office i SOci.the.'S.Ph.:Ed::t;"I' t

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I Mlbs May Dee White returned BAPTIST CIRCLES. PALM CITY CLUB ABSENTEE BALLOTING; 'Tropical trees! fl'OJR i
I lot
'I PACE .1 New Baptist MARY DIAMOND Garden Club SET OCT ,IS-M Africa, the Dutch
I + .'I J 1IJ!'s4ty trom West Palm Bcucjiv TO MEET TUESDAY MEETS; MONDAYThe s\ and other &tit Ire.
? 'I'gI0t1R
i "1 here She was rile guest oj( Mis. I ----- 11I1'OW1I are
tUD ATVAd I' Lorraine McPherson, The circles: of the Woman'!Society Heads : Palln City Home pern; onstratlon Slates First .County\ Judge Arthur R. Clone! I Florida eXpel by i un I ule, lsllya.? ,

Missionary!!! Society of the Bap- (:M. met at the home NOMINATEDAT announced 'Monday: that ,persons 'Service Slat/ *,,>
of Mrs Verne Van Ness Monday. to be out of the I '
'1 tint Church will meet Tuesday. Meet
\ \ Are' Installed I The devotionals were in chaTge Monday/ county on general! election day I When Flontl", ,uuusy''f
/. pan j li'' I RIO NURSE>Y .j The Sara Hicks Circle .w 1l meetat of Mrs O B, Cadwell Plans were FFA'' MEETAt NOT. 1 nay east absentee baS'I!dollars-.... go up 111 erllepr < ,
palm I 11 s ''I the home fat Mrs Wilson Me I made for a. Halloween party at lute at his; Office, starting! Oct
With I I o I 1 lUve you fed y/Cf plant Clara at ,3 PDMra.\ H W Mrs N. S Perkins; of Fort the Van Ness home Oct. 30 and The executive; board;; of the 18 through Oct 29. Judge Clonts i dunk
facillt it V Utel/f ,I I i for a baked goods sale In Stuart' Stuart Garden Club will meet out that .ballots cannot hst
!Munch \will be hostess for the | Pierce was the Installation off! the meeting of the Sth District er
ably Then 'wil1Ii I.PXGreenl Oct; 15. Members were" invited the home Mr Harry outside
!vada Waldron Circle In the , -- d | + I Ito the County Council meeting Swlngtehurst Rio county at' the time of the election -
in tomorrowat
of Woman Missionary
ifurch I annex at 1 m, The*El&le: the Baptist s I
i: I 4 NutrHtf>n Spray i.action Circle t mere at the I Society, assumed their duties be held in IndlanWvn Italy of America held at the Civic 11 aim for a eovered-dteh but Martin County voters
tides t 8Put for the new-year beginning month which will be opea to the\ Center Saturday nomination for luncheon and business. session who .happen to be elsewhere In
; home of Mrs Jo* Mosley at I
I I State made. CarolSckland
TJ: Las Amlgas Circle will ;in October. The ceremony, took publlo. officers were Mrs. H. H. Thayer"will bo co. the Stag Nor SI can cast ballots I
i etw eaSt and t The making ojf piecrust j of Vero Beach was in State precinct that
[ I have a covered-dish supper in i place at the;'church. was hostess any NLNf.w 10
: J een Bea demonstrated by Mrs rt. R. nominated for president Mary day if they have their reglstraUon -
the annex\ wHU Mrs Charles The officers are Mrs J. C Ellen Wright: of Okeechobee for The first fall l meeting of the
I Jackson as hottest.II I Anthony Jr, president; Mrs J Wallace and !. Home-made served cmikles vice-president and Mary Diamond club will be held Monday at 1:30p.m. : I slips, along
P Blakeslee, 1st vice-president: punch were by ttte at the Woman Club. Exhibits
of the Stuart
hostess! with Mrs Paul CaVllblso president I I
j!rs. C L. Burgess 2nd vice- co-hostess chapter and'' Kay Wodtke of I will be miscellaneous arrangements '
t president; Mrs. A. S. Blair, youngpeoples ,I Present' Vero Beach for treasurer The Mrs. Eugene A PLATES ,RESERVED
LY leader; Mrs. R. B. Mc- were Mrs CaJtell. candidate Will have to Smith, 8th District director$ of I34 '
S I L ? compete :
Mrs Carroll,, Mrs Henry CrewsMrs. j Tax Collector 1,:,C Kit kilters
I ;Cullough recording secretary; galnst delegates from the other Fort Lauderdale will be the '
Ii Y rsG a+rre cui 5rldrI Mrs. O. C. Crews corresponding. Sylvanus.! Crews Mrs. Mary five districts in Florida at the Speaker of the afternoon on "The etUde" reported M special= auto 510
I i Porter, Mrs I
i II secretary, and Mrs L, C. Kick- Wallace Stel't.J1Mre. ) convention : Garden Club a Major InfluenceIn license plate number were reserved
I "* iVo More S Th Risking State In April .
i I \ .... :liter 'treasurer, 11I I Ralph. .'Mallery. Mrs.Slave I Miss Janice Arbogast Sate the.Community," last month for 1949 by
Mrs .
\ Bluko Wallace Mrs Mar
I -< I The chairmen are Mrs William I garet Burchard Mrs Julia Lane I' secretary, presided over the Mrs 7 C. Backus is clialrmifn j special plate holders during 1948.
\\f tiayboer, mission ,study; Mrs Mrs. Evabelle Felnauer! and the meeting There Were delegate\ of the hostesses with Mrs Frank Anyone else wishing! Jo reserve a
I C e y quote ore {W O, Penny, publicity: Mrs Edl hostesses front' Vero Beach, Miami Fort Ol ss, Mrs Earl J. Dare and Mrs special: plate number may do so
+ J now A, reservation fee of $1 M
Burgess. community missions: lI l Pierce, Fort Lauderdale, Okeechobee Walter Davey assisting Quests
U'L X51. if' ngafe Wiring I Mrs R. T. Jackson, poster: MrsAlice !j PAMELA CROSS HAPARTY and Lake Wortn Afteran are welcome' for 30,cents: adniUBjon ,.added to the tag's price
'f'iJ. I
children home Rev ,
: Bentel : invocation by the C. A.
j' it ; .: "' ; SEE U5 ,Mrs A. 0 Pittman, Margaret !BIRTHDAY Carne; of the'' Presbyterian Mrs-WUlaford: Ransom Leach
', fund and training school and Church, Miss! Diamond gay an honorary life president of the
..:;.J'r,1- R GUARANTEED Mr*. Wilson McClure, social, hosts Mr and Mrs. A S Blair wer* address of welcome Oarden 'Club of Stuart; left 'FLO.WERS For All Slp 1
., Saturday evening\ with a '
t The auxiliary leaders are Mrs party for their granddaughter. breetlna were made to the Tuesday for Atlanta to attend I 1' I.?5

James Meggett,, the young girls.; Pamela Cross, on her 12th! birth a r Mrs W. H. Rice Intermediate', day Sharing honors with her of Martin CQunt.y'IChOOl.. reception She will fly to Tucson, I
I girls; Miss Patsy Sullivan junior'I were Mrs Robert Gray and her Bert Clement\* co-op_president, Arts. Saturday to be a delegate FLORAL.ARRANCEMr: S
0 I girls! : Arnold Bauer junior R A>' year-old daughter Susan. Jerry Anne Smith president of from Florida to the National IMPORTED. 5
y M aGI' buys, and!$ Mrs Homer JUdsol). I Mrs Ronald Cross baked the 1 I the Beta Club Herbert Tucker Council of State Garden, Clubs' CfRAMICSSWTH'
Sunbeam leader. 'I birthday cakes which deco. for the F F. A? Don Bowden. semi annual meeting Oct, 10-15. .
mere !
t i i The circle leaders are Mrs. H ;rated In pastel slmdcs of greed president of. the Key Club, and From Tucson, Mrs Leach will I FLQRAL & GIf T SHOP
W Munch Vada Waldron: Mr : and yellow. Assisting Mrs Blair I Bill Leach. go by plane to Hollywood Califto ., i "
,1' t ,\ Wilson McClure Sara HiCk.; I with the serving of refreshmentswere Report of the! executive 'coun- 'visit her eldest daughter\ and, WE.WIBEFLOWE

,t _-u__ Mrs Ronald Cross, Elsie Jackson Mrs. Jesse Robin mother I cU was made by Miss Aibogast family. for .several...... weeks.. Arcaeto! e-, fth;> St.. Ft Pierco PhoaellOdate' )
f and Mrs. ,. Arnold Bauer, LaB ol Mrs Gray and.Airs' Ronald. j I and highlights of the leadership --- -or" .
J 'i : { : Amlgas Cross, ,' training conference was given! by RESTAURANT LEASED -
:j'' I We Sell Nationally( Other guests weri. IsabellaMathers 1 Ulna' Diamond BY BELL, COTTON UiiiiiiiiiiniliriiiiiiiiirnuiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiIi I uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM"B
/ MRS, CRARY HOSTESS I Joyce Rarrell, JolermKlckllter Following the morning session,
;)l1 Advertised / n0 I Mrs Evans!: Crary was hostess I Anna Mae. DrloachMr III there was a luncheon at Martin Lease of the t.'Lucte Restau K S"I t
\i!, I ,,' } at tier home In St Lucie Estatesfor 1 and.Mrs, J: D. Oray' Mr and County High School with Principal rant by ownet Robert E. Klnkade = 'i
!, n ralV1 the Ace High Club Saturday Mrs, Joe Stroeraon. Mr, and Mri> Erwin F. Johnwlck. guest to Russell. S. Bell and Durwood = !
I ;: :Harold 3 Miles Ndkh of Stui on US. ) IIe
Davidson, I ,
Mr and Mrs: speaker
-- / pm High scores were won byMI'I. Cotton for sis months starting
}, : _' / @ L A. Arbo William Mather, ,Mr. and Mrs j. \
'''''''''' / Crary' and Mcf During the! afternoon session Sunday was announced this

.4'lt' '. --Q f;:{@ "'','-,, >;,:";'; av (I If gast.Edwin Others A Mennlnger playing, 'lYeI'Mrs.Mrs\ Earli Baker Ray Young, Miss Mr Connie. and' Cross Mrs,,W.Rob R., details convention' of the In F Kansas H. A.City national this week of by the Klnkade lease agreement following signing here- I DELICIOUS &DZW\ CUSTARDS I

Ricou Mrs. Web Ordway Mrs, ert Gray Jess? Roberts and: summer were given by Miss last Thursday j- Hot Hambsftw-a Sandwich
Dogs 44 -
f R Boyne McPherson Mrs, E. J, Ronald .Cross Marilyn Harris of Vero Beach, The restaurant which adjoin
Smith and Mrs. R. E Spicer -- Miss Lucy Lang of the State Department Klnkade t St. Lucie Bar ands 1 I Cold Drinks v e CofM a Milk Sbeked ,

DAUGHTER TO YEASTS, of Education and Miss Grill has been closed since last:
Mr and a Te OPENt It AJ UP. M.
'11Salerno Arbogast.
Paul. Jr. and Jerry Thomas, ounce 1 April IS The lessees i t tIlil11111 i
of an the birth of : I
., accompanied by Miss Dorothy it will be seen from ajn when ill III MI11tl III IIII11111IIII IIIIIIIII l 111111 In11IitlItl IUIIIIInllllhS
Anderson, returned to the Northern -; Sept a baby 30'at girl Martin Virginia County Louise, Hospital -,[ Mr and'Mrs. R I.L. MIln; han : j.ni.--iiallY xep,,'Sunday \ I r+
Illinois School of OptometryIn 1 sp! nt ,the Weekend with their It will open at I a.m. Mesas; end
Chicago Saturday after spend !:... J..sop Danny. who is attending the I.I.I drinks will be served with Bell i
) V ing 10 days with their parentsMr Eli Leo College managing the ..dining room while j AN t
c tiJ TT. end Mrs. Richard Matfte- Preparatory i 2co
a ;
D {A and .Mrs. P, O_.. Thomas. !,r son of Surfslde. Miami Beach,I School: :I Cotton, formerly; at S Yl our', ,, 'It
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Inn, working as chef
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were the week-end guests of MA 1 a'
M l;1 1Compile sod Mrs.;Arthur, Poison St. Lucie Mrs W. E. Ingersoll\ returned I COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY '
", ti i .. 'I Estates, I Sunday from a four-months trip ,A flre-retardent, 'ro -r al.stant. I Real E/ate Photograp:
W Wisconsin .
WANT' TO ltAVL1N14Iat3CalrTION -e- Michigan. Illinois wood-which also is able to resist I
; I Ats Mr, and Mrs, Howard W; Part- 'land New Jersey and is now re. attacks front termites--}s Photot/f >fcli
: tow, )34 Seminole Av .., returned. 1)lldilwith' \ her sister, Ma Edward being produced by forcing three I Attractive Your Fishing Party ea
I Friday from a summer in the' \Vann., on Sewells Point? pounds of chemicals into the
) STUART.DRUG .. 'North. 1 -v fibers Of every' cubic foot of PORTRAIT/AND AERIAL..PHOTOCRsPRT'Kruegerl4g !

) e) l'aikt J t' 'Mr. and Mrs Donald Burroughs lumber. The 'Wood retains! all its I Box 263 phosSJU
Mr and Mrs. Walton returned I of Miami are expected normal feature of workability. / ,
I AUNAYt TAKt MYyatacalmont '
I Tuesday night from For tomorrow. to spend the weekend and easy handling I
TIIIP.IIIUU'C : syth, Ga, where they vlsite f hir with his. mother. Mrs W. 0 -- -
parents and Mm J tN.et: Penny. '
on., ytmcnvT. PHCCIIOM ""'
Grant They were accompaniedby -. WE HAVE THEBuilding 1
aN FI'LLIN"' tatM/ Mrs. Leila Clements who gun e
Mrs. M. O .Llttman, Mrs 'H.
the guest of 'relatives 1n Macon: H. Hlpson, Mrs Evans Crary and

Custom and .ForsythMr Mrs Ernest Lyons of Stuart and Material
Mrs. Harvey Homier of Salerno { w. ?
Floor vice
and Mrs. Frank Mlnschk attended 'the district meeting -
{ of 529 California. Ave had .u dr
t and luncheon of the Daughters;
{ No Extra A Asphalt et their guests. Saturday Mr. and of'the American Revolution' in TO MAKE YOUR
Mrs. John F Bishop Miss Sara
Fort Fierce Wednesday,
Mileage Charge Rubber Bishop, Mr. and Mrs H. D. :_ +
For Work Linoleu Bishop and two children of Deli ATTEND FLOOD '
a rmy.Beach! Miss JVanda Roberti HOMEJLANSCOME :
I Stuart Cork TilI of Vero Beach Frank Mlnschke '

of Detroit and Mr. and Mrs t Senator Evans Crary, Representative u
I Our Expert Mechanics James Rider and daughter Marvin H. Rowell and TRUE 'r
I : Dianne' qf Clewlston.Mr County Commissioners AE+

Give You e- Sims and O D. Qulnllvan ,attended .
I r and Mrs Otto if Matousek I the Sod control committee i
V t Guaranteed JobGRIFFINECKER returned Thursday from Chicago'I meeting of nearly 100 per CAS
with !
V tII Save Safety When they visited with' their i sons !In Ktolmmee Saturday'

I son and daughter-in-law, Mr rooming Suns said favorable reaction
I I, : Stuart Drug and Mrs Ralph i Matousek, They J was gained for the State
also Visited friends'in London< furnishing $3000000 needed to
; Inc. Co Ontario, and Burlington: wtse: secure, appropriated Federal LUMBAGO.3NE : '
F OOR COVERINGS p Their daughter, June, 'who accompanied I I funds for the Central and South : .
Phone 11 them remained In Florida project Principal speaker -

I e 800 South D/x/ ,, )Fort Pierce, Fla. Evanston, m. where, she Is attending -. was Democratic gubernatorial} '66
f : Northwestern. UnlverHty :!nominee Fuller Warren.pf Jacksonville -

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-t t I'-'ICIAL? NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART!I arrived brother William Sunday and Pomeroy.later-IIt"law.night ot to Orlando visit Mr his I A sl Harvest Yaa-sitistr-- of---Hits 1! 1'

land Mrs; j, R, Pomeroy. of 81Lucle .Stuart''* -c, 7f i ii1ILfI

I, CU TREAT CUB Howard. EPISCOPAL CHAPTER: CAL.ENDAioF EVENTS IN MARTIN -COUNTY -- Mrs. Martin Llnwell, liho has I: CAce9it,-! .. .. '

e; 'Dutch 'treat Bridg) Club Teale MEETS ON MONDAY Hit'IIS.. Ou 7: LHiWh\ 1'r..t t sub Civic Center; !', 1:30: p.m.; been living in Belem. Brazil and j Mrs {William H Mitchell of 1111 '

4t 4i, [Thursday afternoon at'the' A report on the LamhUh/ conference lovm CnilJ; Mn Cute hchroedtv' 8 pin; Choir Guild Barraiiqullla, Columbia, tor the I the France \returned Saturdayfrom ,

i II JAil M! Wedding Set In London this summer I'mhylonan. Church" 1.1,... Arthur W. Browns, 8 p.rn. past Jli years, I 11 the guWt of I a dll'e -wllf'k vacation in
1 Center >re were was given by the Rev. R. M. Fill. Oct N. Cimlih/ Club etecntive board meeting., Mrs. Vivian Taylor. Enrottte to ,Windsor, N. C.. Roanoke and \ >' Theatre
by Mr$ R. 0. Judson/ and Fenton at a meeting \of the Bt hmlitxm Mrs. Ilufry Swlngleturstv\ 11 am; !swaths.:: Wcsllj atimn' Mrs Unwell visited in Richmond, 'Phone, 14 for Schedule ,

I W Conrad Others plays Edmond F Howard, son of Mary chapter of the Woman club is: re pmt. Puerto ,RIco. (I' T' t
Ctappclka Mr and Mr. V. E Howard of Auxiliary of the EplseopJI!: SAT., fto.i. !9: rVnitbtill gauze, Stuart Vets vs Miami Marauders. e Mr. and Mr.*. Carl' Roth of TODAY ua LTr tr
'ele s Mrs. Arthur Golden Gate, and Miss Lucille Church at the parish house! at I sellout fit U l$,30 ft in Andy Anderson of the Fiance i Tropical i Farms had .a* their

I Ida /Ibracht, Mr, *. Stanley Teate, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I pin Monday. Winter Activity SUN (Iih ( (latnme'Imday: !k lout Class' Mvered-dish" 1 Apt returned Friday nlghu from guest Sunday her brother Guy
Oscar Teate of Vero Beach plans were discussed\ alter which ? a summers vacation In pilstotTennn O Nours.l, of Fort. Pierce
: will\
H U. Mm .
Thayer !
hint I, L, I ,
Mrs IXilerp. It'P
be married In Brunswick, Oa, Mrs R. A. Tunley and MIll Ma ; Pittsburgh and on Lake I ....: -
Bulla and Muss Edith Cor Saturday, afternoon. After a tllda'Fenton were hostesses. for MON. Oit 11: :OUrd\ Club Woman's Chili, 2:00: p.m, : Michigan Harris 1.Lowery, Jr, and Roy N4ltsv rak d 5& '
week visit with hU relative In ft social hour Others attendingwere IT'ES., (M 12.; The birder)/ of the \\omarn Missionary Society' of -e- Baker were Inltlated Into the 40

Georgia they will reside In Golden Mn John Hilton, Mrs! P. the U ipU t Cluirch, will an meet; Brownies, Airs.. Arthur Dt,hon's! ,' Harris Lowery:\ and E. R. T onv and I in Hollywood Saturday,
Date M. Colvllle, Mrs !'.( 'rnce Atwood, : i) H pU; CnrSumiti Won' '.H ,Ub; ;3:45 pull (xitbull gametafcllr llnson/ left Monday for New York --

(STUART Miss Teate was graduated from Mrs. James P. Burnett. Mn'J. : vs. Slnrt. high d 1C1ldd.. S 1.p m. UOC. Chapter, On a business trip Thejf( plait to Roscoe I H Rollins returned
M. Stoner. Mrs. Stanley Kltchlng visit In Boston and attend the
CITY Vcro Beach High School last Mis' ..Paul M. IfcHnslult, a pm. '* Sunday from Gainesville where
and Mrs. Paul Baltln'r.t World Series before returning he, attended the conference for
June and has been employed at WED., Ort U ftiUry CHthotins, 2aY: p.m; Salerno Civic Ai- home '
Meets -- Superintendents of Public Instruction -
Regular the Indian River Citrus Bank. ,GIRL SCOUTS MEET aiciiUn. Salerno Civic Outer, ,8 p.m.; Cily'Commiiiilcm. City t... last week.
was graduated front Martin U..ill. I and Urn'Uy .
8:00: P. M County High School 1847 The Girt' Scout had their 8pmI Mrs Ross Connelly -
2nd and 4t| I employed! by the Stuart in Plumb and I regular meeting at the Woman HUBS I On 14: piitch Treat rliib <:lvte Outer. t HIO: pm. moved Sunday .fromr the Mis May Dee White attended!
ing and Metal Club Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Edgewaur Apt to the Karl ,t su semi-pro football 'gamo In
''EDNESDlStuart .YSHe's { Bosone announced that 'Girl BAPTIST; CROUP PROGRAM SCHEDULEDThe j Krueger residence In St. LuUe Lake Worth Saturday night wt"ww

City I j jubhc ll RrBEKAHS Scout week will begin Oct. HMn Martin County Red crOll8j Estates, The Krueger are reside .--.1 ____ I ,
ODD FELLOWS Walter F. Davey led the HAS. PARTY MONDAYThe Ing! at their residence oil 4th St 'oar ,rr.
'''ATTEND ....J.- I'' will present a. program over simple rule will help
JOINT MEETING girl In game during the t>lay for. the winter. *
reduce the numberof fired that
Always loom. About 2S members of 'the Re- period. Olrl Scout Sonus were young people department WIRA Sunday thanking all Individuals ,-a- through Florida forests "Papdo [ Lamb.Chop"EDv
l 1>ekah and Odd Fellows of I ed by Mrs. O 1,. Edenflcld Mr. of the Baptist Sunday School and agencies In Martin Mr. and Mr*. H. M. Klelfcld ; eatb sweep First, hold

Stuart attended the Joint district Dave, worked with the firl) on enjoyed a'wild goose chose arty 21-22 Couty who assisted !in the Sept left, Thursday for Cleveland to'; yo or match year. : until It always U cold,, then "NE RVEL$" "
meeting Fort Pierce Mon hurricane, operation Visit his brother. -
the dancer while Mff
I badge Monday night The chase began pinch: It to be sure it's put, secJtdu :- ORT
day evening'The Fort Pierce Sdenficld assisted ,the group Thank will also-be given to ,
!Rrbekahs were host with. roast that wa* working on' troop dramatlcs at the home of Mr. and Mra. O. Station WIRA for Its service: to Mls4 Sara Lou Roth, Mis Betty : tits: r'crush or pipe out ashes your with clgarets** "SCII.EE NAPSHOTS"ELTY

'beef' "supper! before the meeting L, denfleld/ and ended at the Martin County during the hurricane Sexton and Miss Edith Baskin;j heel especially if you're In you'a

The Rtbekah are having a Member present were" Zota Mme'of )Alta Ellen:\ RowtlL The Speaker will be George P. who are attending Palm Beach I woodland area: third drown .
:Halloween: party after ,their Mae' Blakeslee, Mary Campbell, party ,wait given lit. honor of the Hlronlmu, Martin' County ,Red Junior College prior.to entering i yatldrgmpflre With water then .t
:"next meeting Oct. 18 The Odd Patricia Dickey, Nancy Kin. eight young people who Mdyea Cross chaliman and disaster nurse' training: were the week- stint and drown' It again, and Frld>.1 Saturday
Fellows and friend are Invited. fancy Luklns Jane and Nancy. I protnated from the Inter. chairman The program ha bun end guest ''of Miss Roth par- fourth jnake sure you know the
." __..J...__ Morrison, Dorm Hancock. Carol m dl.ttq department( to the. young written by Miss Beverly Smith. ents, Mr. and'Mr*. Carl Roth of i state 'fhVlawa before you burn Try le Mat Program I

Mr and Mrs. II R Steffens are Randall-Evelyn> RelU, Sundry people department Games 1Il'I>SON. )MAKE TRIP Tropical Farm. grass! brufence row or'truth.
leaving Saturday for a two-week )avey. Jean Well. Carol Chaaon, were enjoyed on the' lawn after _:... -- f
Mr and Mrs D. S, Hudson are ..r s
vacation In Weavervllle, N. C. Mary Rowell and Emma Ruth which the eight new memberswere George Keith returned home

to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs Donaldson and .a visitor, Agnes; Initialed. into the departmerit Mr.leaving and tomorrow Mrs W. O morning Padilck with of Sunday from Martin County FOOT S CIALIST
Bror J. Carlberg. Hospital
Hackett. Fort Pierce for a hunting trip let
--- Present were J.ari' Bobbins ) -I-- "N.o' FChlro ,. H.... 1 ttD ++ ,
in Ihe Far West They wiu drive g ,
Wells. Joe Brown Albert
GIRL scout COMMITTEE: Francii! Wester, Betty Gray, Paty !direct to Caspar Wye, for sevrral Dewey rl,.,,. as
I REITZ Pedcrson and Jimmy Homan, a.s TFJt, -
Sullivan, Dorohy Sullivan of
I days antelope shooting who were home on leave after RI
The Girl Scout committeemeeting
sot w Pntllne Peters. Girder JamLvin .
then will proceed to Fargo N. D.
boob returnedto I !
A6STaARS was held last Thursdayat Freddie Mae Crawford Mary finishing training amattg--- a T
Ife! I for pheasant hunting when the San Diego 'this week ---
the home of Mrs Herman
Mcll Burgess Ellen Rowell Joe ,
season opens there. They expert
'ell gi your .rn, lelti present were Mr. .J. F. Bowie: Morris MrClure, Charlee'Bti'S 'to return home by Noy. 1. oG _-i o oaoc== O O OII
tigued lire* a "a id TR QSA Boson leader Mr*. John Mann, ; Jock Boggess, James
Luiii' secretary, and Mrs. Walter F Crews. T. rf Crew, Clyde Crews!, BROWNIES MINT II FREE YOURSELF
tiitIt make n Davey, badge adviser Plan Qporge KntckerbocKer, Bobby The Brownie met Tuesday
I le like frand-new I Bril were made for Girl Seoul week Titus Beach Brook, Bill Koonce afternoon at the home of their M FROM HAIR CARE

your/old tread-bart to start Oct It Girls are to attend Jw' Brook, Mr. and Mrs; J. C leader Mra Arthur Dehon.. The jj FOR1' E; SEASON f ,
the Methodist Church, in Anthony Mrs Louise HarrellMf girls ,were measured for their P
day \ e'll lot Enjoy a sh softly curled and
ACTS a group; and MM M. H. Rowell, Mr. uniforms which were ordered o O
tW I TA NO TJTLK Plan were made for the-an- and Hit O U Edenfle.ld and L. yesterday Games were played contoured haWvlo for the sea-
Reasonable Price IN STICATIONSCROWS nual covered-dish supper Nov \1 0 Kicklilcrf and the meeting ended with the son'a freedom ,N ft Marjorie tk ,)
at the Woman Club at 6:30.: I circle and the girl repeatingthe Buffum give you gUjruk new
S !art Recap Li INSUXANCI The girls working on the dra- t. O, ASSEMBLY :: Brownie printer and Brownie\ hair cut and a lovely authful a No 2-

Service FLORIDA math! badge and those working The lovely river-front home songJoseph; looking permanent. Thels 'iit ] I
on the dancer badge will panic of Mra P. M. Hoenshel was the \ Q run a comb through your
Chason'a Service StatiouSa ABSTRACT CO. pate on the program netting for the annual assemol'I Becker, owner of the. o and be off to carefree goo AKRLYLfri
Frozen Custard Stand on U 8
FED HIGHWAY U. a. I JIM KENNEDY, meeting of the P. K. 0 BisterlK .
1 la recovering from -
an operation
.. PfMMwM .Hi Monday evening, at six/ i
nag ShurtFU.. \\l\ STUART, FLORIDA Woman performed, last week at
The Presbyterian thirty clock, with Mra Hoeiihrl '
Association entertained Tuesdayat > and Mrs, Lucille Cromer Martliv County Hospital Beaut alon
the 'home of Mr, ,ana Mr*. roc, lMW. )(, A covered4oh Victory
Erwin ... Johnwlek with Mrs. supper \preceded 'the regular Mr: and Mrs P. L. Steelmao! 4r Jwl-

Homer Vivian a* hostciu meeting: the member* being 408 Seminole Ave Atlantic, arrived yesterday for-, D Phone 205 ,Victor reeds. HOCR0GOp Great*t Seri*! of All
from City
Mrs. C.: A. Carrlel gave the seated at small tables \In the
REAL/SS'MTE j the winter' t1 O0w "SUPI, MAN*-No. 3
devotional l. Mrs. F. R. Horton was spacious porch adjoining the season =0 OCO
---Y-- -
'" In charge of the program, 4.t lhe dining room. The organization 'IrfUSE N TIN O C&-CaAo s I
ait an d WaterfrorVageJ theme, a quls on Alaska. Questions color' white and yellow, were *- -
Reasonable \ were answered by Mrs. UJ\Cd.ln the flower arrangement, : r

New AddrVf at! 4th Street, Oppon\School William Smith, Mrs. George\ Porter the! (tables being centered with HERE coot YOUR.pR AMBOAt(
Mr*. C.A, Lees, Mrs. Llllte bouquet of alamanda while yellow -
Wily, Mr. H. 1,. Lyons and Mrs. chrysanthemums and white \ Sundfy Monday

J Ivan Taylor, Other present\were histamine were need effectively I Here A J"f N.utkl'M.k 11

>TTO K UBII I I Mr, Elizabeth, Mrs. Erwin Kara, Me.,Johnwlck llljvPaget ,, thrOughout the llvlne and dIn. ThY Are s.._i-f Txhileoi CaMrl

:big rooms.Mm' '
Mra 8. A. Marsh and Miss Anna, Stanley Smith president, LUXURYINEjl

Ollnn. ___, 1 presided over*the business session
when report Sir olfkers
and committee were gjveu The !
Chapter voted to sponsor the .

HOP EARLY For XMASGive again mailing following this of was year the enjoyed Christina The social Informally seals hour- With a fiargo tarring of i>-ng Hit :

/; the'momber* responding! to G rge BRE (T .1
roll call with Interesting ac-
Founts of their summers experiences Lauri MELC1IIORWITH

and activities Mrs ... '
YOUR BOY GIRL I Edith Etzwllcr.-; niece of Mrs d' New t Francl*- Gifford( "...\1
Hoenahel I, and a member of AE, Ge111 Great I Tina Koihelt
Miami, !a !guest pf the chapter
/ wAs pAaE1Yc xo1 Xavit Cugat and His
'A L Eulusiw irchestra
II Mr. C. R- Ashley will be hoe =

U>M for the second meeting ofthe. RiCA dv"LeMe"3; tef SutoteFpp1N6 "Madh More -
FORAlHAS month, October 18, with I Cre ter" Cartoon

ihas BICYCLE Mrs H. C. Gardner !giving her' Heoe Overt I SReefLE La t Fox NeVc
I program on hobble*,. a.volutio"or
rR! titya featureslRANEE
LEGION post TO MEET Cop Mol Tues Wed
The regular meeting of Harold M"1
BICYCLES John Post,82, American Legion, droller A ct: 12-I3 ,
will be held Jointly with the Legion ,
_, )
Y Os.n eS
Auxiliary qt post headquarters H, ''let,... ,
I on East 6th st. at > tomorrow .
Made,By Columbia night Adjutant John W ... Sie new beauty, mitchlew I' w it.tl
Qt new cooking conveniencesplu
inch / d 24 inch 1 Keller aid this will be the last 1 11 crest "postwar I...-
chance: for pre-(registration of pronmeollill Hotpoint_
the national Legion convention -
Americas finctc fattest sod
In Miami Oct, 18.21 and more most responsive automatic;
ryl Information of the county electric congeal y,.
19.95 ,
t ; s I plan for the event will be givenat k es r
this sefistofi Keller said also Only Helpolnl gives you such 1 :ys ta
outstanding feature u''the
1949 membership due are '
either to him' or payable the smaiing Staled-Heatoven, 1
I f now
membership committee, jour pan-hugging Calrod
sail plus a dual-time*
26 inch $42.50 rROGRAM SELECTED cooker tingle-set automatic;

Miss Edith Matthew ha selected timer and the newhighspeed
: for her Sunday afternoon broiler that cooks
0 links In ten minute,'
LIMlT SUr LY IN STOCK program heard weekly at 2:111': .
A "MO.U4.Mt.Off. -.AUd rJ -
p,m. Over\ Station WIRA In Fort

SHOP ON-OUjf- LAY ''WAY PLAN Make Pierce Believe the following"I by I Jerome number Kern: 1 ,- nny Orchestra Long an

A Small Down payment O/Our Uy-AwT WaB Will Hold Any;of The**, Jacobs and "A Bond Perfect Olympia Day" by TIllman Carrie, tase-- 11LLBlaJES"IMwWI 55.s rIA.Iwd

Bicycles I tor Future DeliTery. Many Other Scarce hristmas Items On Our LayAway who.accompanies Miss Matthew Easy + Nevhr)
will play an arrangement of test Fox News ,
Plan. f L Indian Summer" "'-
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DONT .BEyTsAPPOlNTEDt; SHOP EARLY Miss )gernlce Pauldlng of Coming
Plymouth, .Mass, arrived Tuesday -' ,

'td bet the guest of Mr. and Mk'. ,aeeanM ala+awaa'04deThffe
? Mrs; Arthur Debon, St. Lucie I

Jrlrart rg. a taws era cars I
E. A. Mennlnser. Jr, left yesterday i 1i t..

afternoon for visit in 4 I..% b"rtmatt.egr .
Missouri Mrs. Menninger andtheir

QRE iNG R BERNARD COrV.R with him two next children week will return HALLS' ELECTRIC SERVPOST (Change Your Lyric' ,

Dollar la Largerlenommatien P

3,11, Osceola Phone 108 uart, Fla.M Mr and Mn e Frank: McCarthy OFFICE ARCADE> A y Time'

''returned Friday from Stowe, Vt, DAY PHONE 13 .JYois Have' Enough I 1'' I

where they spent the lummer FOR NIGHT( SERVICE CALL 335-4 OR 136-W r1 '

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i :' 'f"ltr:rl 4, I'dr t'r'' :fle P tuit n tut 1. MAN WHO' CAME TO DINNER, c t ,l THIS ERRATA'classified OF', 6THERS,ippeared, > I. In: the e Indian Rtoer/ 'brim i"\\ ... ,)"

t ,' Houston, (r x.1 font:! DN"Sbdi.
i: I'' : $ is Pi I
'I, t Published every" Thursday at LEAK"rELEPHON GO: I
.11'' Ir Stuart Martin County! Florida, For Sale -i $24,000-losl Own
I WAGE s by Stuart Dally News, Inc,. a 2J Ifmoi,annuul Income For Jensen Beach Seca i

I. Florida corporation., (I\'rite or cull Ralph It Smith. .
.t'" ,
CLIO ; Entered as second-class mall TFfae. By )MRS. VIVA CROAT t .. ,
ATV : I' ij .' matter. at r the peat office at T: ;::, ; 2 s. :: NEW BUSINESS--IV- their wiveMri l''
it I Stuart Florida under the Acts ? taut St Oueoi I
SOCIAL NOTE: in the-
9 Of March S 1879 : l
Ipan 1'1 :: A FREE PRESS leult ((111)) JminutlThe ,, ; : W B. Ttlton Jr, of Jensen Mr were, Mr. Nlr. Lt
11 Palm 'J", ,. : 35 YEARS .OF SERVICE i bride's Only Jt-welry Was Beach has obtained a complete and and Mra Mr l' IoIa1 tJI
t 'J and i double strand line of road building equipment N. wp5
With a pouts Worn by Mr it
Tk at. 0.II., ... ... HalT)
\ 1 gew.weu and products. connected there ; !
facets r', f: ,tf... stun '\1.... yea _. the ..room.WEPDlNC. Mn, Conrad Nudea'
sibly i A J FREE= PEOPLE *mf9t .ublf.h.4 tetr.rl. Ap' u. -...... with. HU new business will Include I One > '
\ l mnt IK. aduY.uue.- lubdlvlslon clearing and R Parker
: iii
'- J NUTh Th. Tlnn. iru eMldakp u NOTE,: ; to be preserved '- all types of construction: work Dick- Melttti *
> 1111
J' I \ I ru ,....... 0..Tin.....SIM p, U'I U.IIp I.. .Nap...' .4 ii this (one in the Sr Fctcnfr Leicester Lonnard : of Walton

J i ,J awls If .dlnnr' PLrW.p.. .LAnb..n'._rfr ., ._.-yM. I 'Pf | rg (Flu,) 'Independent* hasolned/ TUton staff, Mr.Mrs, R. V, An.cn:: 'IminedlliUly) .I\et the cer U, J1, s..undcr

1 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED: PRESS ninny I ,Ireceptnst was licll in the IS LOT SUBDIVISION! White Pierce and tin 0 Rlpgpk

.... ...., '\u' dt ,t, r hunch FOR JENSEN' BEACH CJty 1' !
error .1{ ptu'loraf' > ;
,' t ,..... ..w..... .......10 W..etnl.e'.tdwlub Ikk. ....p.p., M 10..11 tk1.o. .H e.Alf r\Np......Ikatiu.al.p. .teku.I .r 'U Jensen! Beach to to boast art Temple luncheon Ip : u a 11

3'I I I K11WIM A, $ [ ... _.. .., .T.y"_",,,.k' PuM._- 4 Ii we think we we getting ties other subdivision of 10 lots which ,Em ra Clrtle.Y.'nqt Dot) en
I rilKERT r. LYONS .., :. .: .. .,.....,. .,. ,. I much what would l will goon the market shortly Miss pSa
i ,' snIN A ii Ja .. ...,@. ._,,, ? ,? BIUUM government R. O Sharp, deputy sheriff b n t:, u ,.,
I : f t w H.' ....,. .. =...... .;.,...... .-.,.Ad..rtlii'i,, Mn Moo,., happen if we got alt\ tile gmrrotnent owner and has reserved a lot daughter ef( Mr. .04 1fn
t t, Jan0U.? MYENNINCER ,. .... ..,...,,,.,,. ,_.,"" uYur.rer We are pitying fnr.-New Age 150x1400 feet back the ridge' Jackson who 'rU,ltlr hoe
Lawyer in dontut (chair; *Vp where he will lln his own log exec itto U'1121'1! <<
I I SUBSCRIPTION RATES you, swear to ,pull (ho tooth! the home 'The house la to be wood : J'1t1t14a AlUmni Atogro
Mr M*l On y..tr n Jl.M T.* run .. n ..,.,taAfi. I Ir.j ; wh,1e l tooth, and nothing but the construction'and asbestos thin- of now In New isM! \ '*1

i. ..d.......... r.tn ...<10 ...w.. a .11....... n. ....._oet n.4su {hp drkt I tooth?' Mutual glee; will |)ave six roomy, bath I sociated girls with m Whom iI1II m.
e I ., , ..d h. A.vvu'd. l ".... i:".irlwlnlr mtltM. t. On r.. (or r.ublk.tb.:; if .H ...e i About the only hot m* in the that ha had saved the large in Honolulu' Enrouti! to, a....
W-'lhb18\\ 10 ..
lomealte for ,gardening, flowers tt; 4 1W
Presidential ring' is the Kentucky and treesJENSEN of college frltMt, .,
t I Derby. -2l.11g Vacuum, Mraad., "J WttIb"
t BEACH BUSINESS Fort J Piprci ire now I\1 I Mt
MEMBER(3)( ) 1948THE Flitter'fa'' snap and soft soap, BEING ENLARGED managing be Drat loos

i U 90 per cent Ire. Sunsliine! Modernization and enlarging grove, .
--, of the Jensen Beach service Station *
Nothing is opened 'more; by mistake and garage U In progress In Jensen Bead

than the mouth Sunshine by the owners, County Commissioner '
; DESTROYERS Ransom TUton and George By 'JUIU OTTE 9uLq|

t lr e .: This is an unpl a ant editorial It is about ourselves' No horse! bet can on go hint ,

and the men we hire to manage, our affairs Swiftly and you .Sege. balancer, electric and acetylene Mr. ana M- inn oiled!

;purely, albeit, blindly I we are destroying ourselves The I Some people are Ue blotters ... welders and another grease rack MM Stuart L w U ,utsu BrKi! a:
that will. take of Wrelfrbg
care heavy |
very land we say we love and the very heritage of Qur'I tliev .!>ak it. all in: but Ret it'till., trucks Business has warranted I Blom !I' "rbs! i eta M!(

( J ,, children which we! fight to preserve!-with words-it being -I' ,backwards, ,,t*Sunshine, the Improvement, Tllton and Inc thrpent ao III !a
annihilated Evernham (aid. I wparenu 'r 1m met
by our deeds, our and
greeds procrastina- f Cy at far .s and 1.\1 .
r ? I lion, you can tee, I. !tin leu
I when )you get there you'll see Mrs Maude:.rattan: daughter Gideon I.,
1 ) We are turning loriila into a desert farther. ,.-Elbdrt! Iluhbard and son-in-law Mr, and Mrs, Miss a :v lyt07yunye
Today with half the lower P ..f"n.... ", 'IIT..t. 1>.,_ .....h' employ Mitm;
part of the State saturated I WuuO
4I' 11 and a promise of worse floods: to come, may /seem an inappropriate time may well come when levees will )have to ,\be built to WITH THE OTHER EDITORS were Sunday truest; of Fletcher I eek-em Mr, nerrre
!v I Russell ef Ankona Mrs than and M Sen.
1 time to talk about the scarcity of water- Keep it from flooding our town I ,, :
,) but it is the time, because what we are doing today to get Ridiculous? Far from it. Any old-timer (what a few THE, TOWN IN WIf lCt| Wt LIVE IS A COOP TOWN lows former, Russell'resident former'of ,Sioux home City, Chicago Mr, *ot "Mr live. 6&lur. Rrhl

'y rid of our waters id going to bring about the droughts and seconds 29 years have been !) will tell you about tie big (Reprinted frmo The Okoctholxw Newt!) \ The storm threat called Mr are guestr Mr J W.MfIIi( IIj!
I forest firea'and lowered water tables of tomorrow. 'yachts that Used to cruise Up the North Fork"to* White The town in wlmh we live ii !gaud. town. That town 'fa" Okccthobce: and Mrs Reubea T Johnston The FLiflict' open! t lit

I 'i Step by step' the flood and drought ate )olng/ to get City Today there fs 2'/i' feet of water where there was Flu. and i l we l beg to take ,issue! witlb tttd, all who tov of Walton home Tuesday\ from this the!) tom, '
r''i;t worse an* worse grinding down our land between two 20 feet then. The: rich top soil of the Kissimmee Valley !is Blherwbo. ) any presses.* Orlando where they 'went en Mrs, R S !\\Tuntl,tUrt
millstones forgotten being washed into Lake Okeechobee and through St visit to their son,, Arthur Johnson underwent u r wee DJW
Is the
fact A
today that lower east tedtnun( who lied Ixcii .uctiislomcd to the.. large cities! add, '
1 J LUCKS Canal and to see Jti wife who Ii' Pierce MeiiiomcOnvtJeMin IJ,> 111I, I
'r ; coast farmers were aghast a few years ago peer salt water in the form oft mud because the U,'S. Engineer who li' bluMed with' intuit of 11... wmlJi. gixidj-liithiding ,
money- in Orlando hospital Weather ''It' i
intrusion'into their wells. Forgotten is the panic of Miami Department still follows the old precept 'of "drain and I I came In Okn" ,''hotx* to buy' A k Use'thut lie! may marry' the ; J over her dwindling water supply Forgotten are the huge destroy" instead of getting down to fundamental cases liis choice' short to Mrs Hortense Ausley, Mrsoc < -a1"J: hdn
t billowing clouds of I and saving the water sad the soil both,; This is not said '
., smoke'which covered all South Of
i Florida WLile."in 1 Okcccrinbre! ; be win< Very ctrmplimenUry) (?) but huComplaints Mr Johnston's sister who recently *liAi 5155
ha the lands or the Everglades burned. Forgotten is the with derogatory intent. The Engineers have been good I returned from North the birth IoIUri.f;: ev.I
word ho Caliber l Hi* fenuul t tUeriholxK.
muck dust which filled the air when the land was blown friends of Florida an4 they think that they are doing I: wiccuW wrong!! nitwit + Carolina to her home la W,u- Mrs. Coultf! M> I Sr 'JIII
,I \ away and the red glow'of the forest fire'*'was everywhere right-but: theevjUlence: 1 Js I,, to the! ''Contrary1.' Where we ( very 11\1"1'0\ M mini) M the juice of yaitth ' .
I So .dhort a time ag-ot! Who remembers Navy demolition i had 10 .and {12 feet of water in the wide St Lucre' estuary : >M4Uo jtvery. 'mrd spokes( > and, 4 WM tentad by manof. out WltltT t tC Dr. and Mrs .r.o";Oatlln' ol Mrs Seynw'opde, : '

crews which blasted drinking water holes ( 'cattle i I today there is Jess than 31 The great errors 'or,ditching Eldred arrived horn Sunday front MJ1 and Mr lot t nil _4
or on I haveIereuin. all parts of the Vmled l Slntu, the larger titles and) month's Irk Louisiana. Robe Sound sees trails'I!
and drainage which have raised a stay
the the
prairies of Martin in ,, bottom of the MLiMs'
County 19441 *
L 'f 1/ r the sunbaked ponds. and remembers [ sippi l River above the land through which it flows; that the (null towm> mId vilLigos., At no time' have we fnuud\ higher While tbers-Uiey visited Mrs, and Mrs, ATI v,:4 Tsuh te*
drying lakes and) dwindling levees so class of potpie than "''*e Mind tijht here 4n OkwchoMe'! The town W, H': Brent. Mrs. Oatlln't sls..rn Mrs. Litre &:l.anllIIIl1
.7 rivers? As history goes, that was about 1/10 of a second\ must be made successively l higher and flood threats h big enough if only the Ixikiiwsi. htmHi and helm* were hrre and Hammond who wll{ IM down Georgia 7'TeLtb weN bias
7 ago and 1 /10 of a second from now-as time is measured get successively greater are ,slowly and insidiously being there is of LAnd to 1mJM lirni nd here In the near future for her to the numbers of Uw lava
plenty in OkmUHiliMwiUJiava
( ,
ou tense
I from the standpoint of the race-it will be repeated! worse repeated in Florida; no matter how good the intent : ; ; fan visit On arrival. hers the Bridge Club\ u Wit rum
thwn .
However tuke
l than before. I All down the line the' blind are leading the blind I small we !the positinn that large towns from Oatllns were entertained with on Indian IIDrift\ 'rv

,, Twenty-five years ago there were forests of virgin pine Our officials at Tallahassee blow hot In flood and cold I Village* grow. :.r, l> dinner at the home of Mrs Florence for high cou 1.1 *rWrMr n
nil. over thin land Heedlessly and ruthlessly, they in drought.. State lands are sold to the highest bidder i The hearty welunmc" coming' iron), (Ite" gad< pcnplt
destroyed. Giant, piles of sawdust between Indiantownand were : instead of reforested and kept for the, people.School) lands not ,measured 'In' dolliir and MiK; but instead.,mflisnred from. ] Madison Weeks of Tort Pierce. Lewis Gamble! Others |kfl

Okeechobee City, up the North Fork of the St. Lucie I Ir i could! be turned into perpetual, tree-crop producing\ forests tlKtte genuine hearts Within, \\i erg omstminet l to believe that, if : Mr. and Mrs', Ora Rogers pave were Mra r Mn KaneMnivmoos Jl,& lawson :
that would educate (the g''tlll'm reh
und and feed ttiiiiplinirrjted
I scattered elsewhere our Coming any pear
i r in our scrub are all that remain generations spent In the Adirondack. and Mr, H Alton
6f a God-given are sold for: a few dollars today to cattlemen his own, be would bvcome arTittsd, will! Stitui Dance and shake .
plan to preserve our soils, our water tables, timber men celebration of the birthday Mr and' t5 I! ;quct Alteae
and our climate A land without forests has taken the and "hit and run"tomato growers to be raped and ruined himself tel dcat ,. anniversary" of Madison Weeks Of Fort Pier- ,. nl8u/ldl.lirl
'j! first! step into oblivion. Our own County Commissioners- are not blaming} It totes 87 niumU to frown and! t U to mute.- Keep smiling. Okce- of fort Pierce Mr and Mrs. Don with Mrl1 Mn C p,

\ Today we are well on the path that has turned 1,000 them, merely pointing out A fact which Is universal choboo end! swam mind. whatever; IIn y come wyt' about Oketxhobee.( ) RomaneUo of Eldred entertained I'I'man.

". 'lands of milk and honey" into desert A few tiny one- have let slip the golden opportunity to preserve, vast recently with a small evening :Miss EllZIUM,1 1\obe\ ewcdbi
'I, horse saw mill are cutting away at the pathetic second, acreages of forest lands as recreation areas: for the people. YOUR NEWSPAPER party. A birthday cake crystal Is atteridlm ,dw, In> \ !

!' j I;' growth. The operators themselves are ashamed of the Today you-( and, I.I who love our hunting and fishing and Thla It. National Newspaper Week and silver adorned the lace covered Beach ip red.fllllllwith Ra1My

I'I pithy' sticks from which they mill sappy 2 by 4's: Florida who live in Florida because our State' has been so well All over the land newspapers large and Small, arc\! rc- gathered table'around Miss Pearl which'OTJell were of Mr "M

; : in our own lifetime the greatest source of yellow pine in bleated with these advantages, find barbed y\ije' ; fences'! minding American'Ifublic. that our press in,''The Voice of Stuart,, Mrs. Florence Daniels n.IEtAUl'C" LOOt .'
\ the nation, has become a have-not State. Our lumber and "Posted. No Trespass"' signs at the bream holes a, Free People Hiram Daniels, the honoree arid 'Mr anr Ilr Gnuhal j

: companies import fir from the Pacific Coast! which could have been: ours had the guardians., our Article I of ,the* ,Bill of Rights states that e't ongrgss the 1OIur.. and ),I....'.Roman- Jamie po"f&& '

t And instead of trying to correct our condition by planting rights been big enough to see for ua and act.for Us. What shall make no law f' abridging freedom. of,,speech or of ello. In this' home a. dinner guest guests ot m, l..O,1 )lnur....ij

: I trees and stopping forest fires, we are 'actually com-, will our children have? the press' Wednesday was Fletcher\ Russell time. in Apr''
I'' I pitting the cycle of destruction by cutting down the last Any. game warden will tell you what is happening, This li the wrtft t n guarantee of freedom of the printed of Ankona. Mr and Mr Bud Sbl/lill//:'/
I I of the trees and shipping them to the paper\ lll1 for At the headwater of the South Fork of the St. Lucie word In the UritteiUStates. Mr. and MnI, T. M. Deal ot West Palm Brach art toW'
Ankona t
I i pulpwood. Instead of storing our fresh waters ia time of River a few years-ago a normal rain would ,,cause the i Freedqm of the press, a privilege democracy, also and her sister, Mrs. B thus year toe attotlwr
Hibbard of left Tuesday
!\ Jil I : abundance to replete stream to flow, a beautiful living thing out of exacta a responsibility from ui, the citizen who ft. Stuart vacation,
our. ground water"mipply, we are Its mother enjoy for Miami where they,vent, to Mr, and Mr (,11Ir1eiI/1/
4 11 I ,'1 moving heaven and earth to get rid of the faster than forest of pine' and cypress It was the kort of stream that lye must, ,a a part of our birthright, think for ourselven attend the ,fashion reviews. rived 8undll.) trOll!Sylvan

". 1! ever before. We are: taking; bread out of,the mouths of poets' love. For Weeks after a good rain there Would beH About the important questioiwof our time. Because wearen't Mrs. .Deal and Mrs. Hibbard are N Y, to spew the win
I ..i 111e 'unoorn ana reauclng' fO poverty reoneration' to steady ,'flow handed our nninlons.' rrllnnhart ii>ali>H- from apolitical owners of the Style Shop In t this year doe 1.odo'
'Vlr.e. .1
I /1//1 f Who is to blame ? We all are-you, I, our officials at Tgday, in flood, the water surges down the little river: Can't- \Vj'ong on high? we )J vet ;hipeur Stuart and this trip B to' prepare Other gu'.' )

t /(II Tallahassee our County Commissioners, our farmers, our But how long does it last? Ask the game wardens, On one decisions (a'our Own) minds, the hard Way And we are for fn. l) trade. the week sad were IO; seT "

lI lumbermen-there is /hot one of us who does not share a Saturday you can drive through bogged and flooded roads further committed t to: base our judgments not on ems cbatjMhle .of'wil. M. My.n 1110 101I Rte'Mrs.
modicum of guilt in our mutual destruction of this earthin ir a sea-going jeep to a stream way out of.its banks. By, tional .bias dV lazily parroted generalizations/ ,but on the I Mr Gay ulothtr Bradenu1odal. '
I d).' ( which we live. When Florida in called upon to supportnot the next Saturday you can drive dry shod all the way'to a evidence the complete facts ton was, s Auxiliary member of of the Foreign committee her home :: :

a couple of million people but 5,000,000 or more, the dying river and within a week it will be dead, with hun Radio* television and the magazines help In some measure Wars which honored Gold Star, te'Mr,> thr MI' W, L.
I practices which we establish today will determine the: dreds of floating'baes and" bream In its stagnant pools.,: to provide this/ type evidence. But towering above mothers\ and wives at their,annual and'eons fsnllt k ,,a

? ", ,u' living .standards of those people, the money they have ; This fa fact-not fiction--and right in front of our eyes, these ,media, a& & common carrier of public information party Monday. Sept H in returned this ", 10

I i a in their pockets, their health and their happiness We I :-.:What Is happening in Martin; County is being repeatedall Is the press! the tremendous, influential l, dynamic force of the Legion Post home on Cause. after tvamaatnrBeach PtJIIII.anla
r the : over Florida Can anything be .. the almost 2.000 daily and 10,000 way Drive. and
are blind leading them to destruction. For a land, tkn done to stop it? Yes- < 'weekly'newspapers to Ohio. relaneCi and or'
i wait too long to naVe lUelf if we act intelligently now Flood can., be tontrolled at published} in the United States today with :

Once the salt waters have intruded beneath this peninsula their source and the land saved by the planting of forest I II hfewepaperreaders, obviously, vary Some take their I UDDONSENTERTAINSIGMA enllin.. ua ,

no power on) earth can get them out Once the I and the intelligent harvesting of tree ,crops. Fires! ,can paper* lightly,, at they; would a movie a detective, story, An outstanding ALPHA EPSILON event of the the stores. 0.1 tee ah ptwproductl t {
+, nature of the land has 'been changed no forests can be I be controlled. It Is not too late yet to secure,and to pre i a game. Skilled and conadentioustesdere, on the other early fall season was the buffet Naval! .uell .

{}/ 1 re-established Once the rich tpP-01'. has been turned ,:serve public Unds' for the'people and although we have : hand, read,.lea/q from and evaluate their newspapers to'' supper given by Mr\ and Mrs tine. wood 1 tat,Me

jy r rI to ash or washed to sea, only centuries upon centuries l IreIrreplscable ground to salt intrusion there is a 'pos- get' the most out of them ,I Walker tlddon last Friday evsnlrig 011. The term had l IU O\
C + I 1 can replace it-anct that never happens because the fcibjlity that, we can, hold poor own before the pendulum 'fruelt'a Very much our'own' business which ,newspapers at their home. Marlaana\ the days Of f wooden Od
I original( conditions of growth are not repeated swings. too far. w e rtad and ,ioW we read their). But,,WII, cannot overlook on the Drive, In entertainmentof when these = ::
) i 1I 4 We have had warnings aplenty. All through the pow To these ends because we feel I them to be the{ most the need for good newspapers, and above 'all, for intejli- Mr Uddont fraternity brothers for[ caulkingand i t ,

i -a % I erty-stricken famine clutched areas of the world today important i and neglected objectives in' our State, The ,pent reading of good newspapers. j in Sigma Alpha Epsllotj: and panting., *

i where the forests are gone, men build their home of Stuart News in the year to tonne is going 'to,publicize the For, like it or not, the World w* live In U Inescapably i i. 'f i!
evils of the situation and suggestions our business\ too And today, through all HEAR EARL I PARE, ,
mud. Today, here in, Florida, because of the scarcity! of '' for change Because Jifcrtory, there .
''0 !' lumber, we started a few years ago to build our houses 'we are but a smalt voice crying in the wilderness, we'' will ere forces In it reading over OU.boulder"\ quietly wel- fcdifnr Stuart News; s .

I i( out of'Hand. This Is a startling fact. More ,than 80 percent welcome; the) 'cooperation: *of all 'peraoIU to whom conservation : / All coming all uniformed, unquestioning-mentalities, WhIt You may be Interested to how Ihafc I beard 11* 'josSP,. ,
I of the new construction in our State' today Is with Is something more than a kJcked-around'word.: the."hms" that discount aid take over the Individual Sunday I | 411I"/ i
morning. pmUl114I Ahoy won WtoV
M For unless something js 'done and thrive best when!! the :,-peopl have lost i .. I I**
concrete blocks -a lot of sand and a little ement. Grinding ? -- done sooMt'hf'lorid (/ communication are nf In (the Berkshire' about 150 mile ''nirtl T T .*
I ourselves down between the, millstones, step byatepwe a"w?' lev*..Is going to be but a memory t to() people) with, and even desire for, the whole story_le., when so !l.t t retied quite a bit of mrcitemenl to our) fiIIJIlh VjoUiw>* *
1' becoming tmailer, M\\'ho won't tare.becsuee they themselves will be they've last,th& knack) of weighing the facts and "'
I I are Drive along the Indian, IUVef ; reduced, for themselves, thinking h> school: with Jew. In Stuartwtntorl.; Thew Oi" 1,4
w or visit Florida community built in the :"pioneer to )poverty and suffering ,In'what- could have been a land
any / days"of I be careful what they sayjbocwn+: tbbey! nevw holy ."I 1
Yes )
I 40 years ago; There you will see mansions of yellow Of great freedoms.and great plenties. ,,,; we\ America are free'to.''read Whatever' news from Stuart Will heat HienJ tm t short wow **' ,I -./

( '' I pine, house which bespeak. ,dignity and nobility, with Whil.. papers( to! prefer, whatever manner we choose-or* beard heats off Mbrnf end t M the Cult w.J 'r> ben in t1''
to read
.1J. is no\ newspaper, at all:
reason herself' '
| about (
the mystery0 !
r upaciouji living rooms. and high-ceilmged! bedrooms. Then 1 puismf Natuwlly. ;* Itst to hllrritanl1III: i ;
rear/ ( anxiously <'filng'({
i I take a look at some of the cramped concrete block houses I faith U turning.it into her daily bread and feeding on it .But the next time we strH J palt> 4 newosstand, we might don't want tombs laud of the 2 itd.
this your !
I of'this, our time-a travesty on the human race. j thankfully m her heart of heart. remember, To keep our freedom o|, the press, alone' -Ralph HI/ 'ii iiCruevifd

t The evidence; 14 j befdre our-eyes everywhere,, 1 1Twenty Frederick D, JI"nt ntton ( with I its sister-freedoms, w.,Americans \may' have to disc). ,Flaw

l year the St, Lucie River was wide, 'deep I pline ourselves to make the most of.it. 1 than f
ago a I Nothing in life I 1. snort wonderful 'j
I I a!ream, crystal clear and full of fish! :Today It is a river f f Faith doc nothing alon*-.nothinf of itself, but ....ery*.1| For largely by skilled and conscientious' use of newspapers wrest moving force 'Which we ear n'llh' wtiH i M
it thing under Gbd, by Cod,through Cod hton ,can we arm ,ourselves) With-) 'ttW. truth +tyr'
a J of mud polluted by sewage, insidiously silted t mile". 011(i -Stouf i world .Jn which" we live!' And it U t th about the ,balance nor |test la the crucible. "" ".
i ,its length Twenty yearn now, unless, w* ch ways, i It'III be a t an from elt mud bank n4 tha The st epa.of; faith, 'I ..;the.,';_a seemIng u....'. void, "but.findtlr.s'ock ) If 11hURl de lrf' of free weft for,the.truth. ,>hic.h will Faith la the substance! <01 hr iriga t.oped 1 &'I ibo 1 '.er
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Orii i MRS, HOSIE HURT! OI===O O. ___-,oao====:-oo- ::i:::=ono P1.501,., Lor fOod, LI.5 .. .
"Mrs. Blanch LEGAL APVUKTISEMENTIN '-. sO... S.0 .,d tot.
Bode fell In I 45.., I. ..a..... ii.s.o1 I W'sor. ln\r\ .".I ... 1 liultM.i .,..
her-yard and broke an arm Tue.. n Salerno Civic. Association jj jjaet .155 1s'stts a. 51.1. WI f, 5ks5r5I.dsis KrMl J >. ... i i r /luii- f.-f
day She was taken to Martin: THC f IRCUIl COURT OP THE 1,0, 55.57 icIch 4'' c, FI..0.s.c. ntnj thfl Ikt I"--' '
C15Ct15T AND ,
Lose IsIs.d N. II s OI5.'IsS'W.mmOsn.tl.s..4e5 t rwK tid )i>
County Hospital fOr treatment. I O =r=30c By GLADYS; V. FERftt: :ao==r=:iecie: COUNTIf, Fi.OSIQA.ruosss 1.4W.-
trH and em'. 1$ PiS .
MRS. BLAKE BACK I At toe regular meeting or the 'son I II on the committee to welcome I akO,Torli dm a.moc.ow,. Is O.,. s's II.4.
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Jltra.. association: at 0 ismIreor .. Ad.I.cml.., ,. :
the Civic
aura Blake Center
baa returned. the Legionnaires' M' they I
Bept. 2t I Irith' 'f A- Islec 0th, 5N *5... posld.rno I. 5I.0 UUN (,., ,
after pendlng the aummer In, President Charles Con. travel through on their way to I r.Mhlw, LWII W..d.York; A.
New York aty and Norfolk Va, rd was tack in the chair, and I I"5- CeI too. J.W.mo..4hIsaf., lf.ll. C Woo II I
I spoke In ''I! qnventlon at Miami. lie til tk* ,0Md.,5. *l SILl,, f slos K III.- Tre I
apprfcla.tlon.Ior all the INC ,. .. Ii
knwtl.; Hud th* *nlin* B a. ki-irv,
Fire d-i ''faithfulness' In .the cooperating 'With headquarter $ _, lullrtiiMUn
a Insect are two of the many and | 4 IU.E.| irrNU** orv.jMir. i
else. 'sItsurr r*., | |' pullrlwmlns ,,, i.H i.I i.
varied at and each week
wont enemies/ of Florida'* for i I accomplishments the **- I Stuart,, reports ..,1.t0J. I -I Afc.
ests. And most forest fires are eoclatlon" hat to Its credit to 1 on recommended service for the Yd ouicr lyLe .5515.1 tO. .05W ,,, 0.Ie4.I,

caused b7 ,man. date. He stressed the Importance j I association's participation. NoTieg 'in APr *5 ,5., 0..k oorillr'K .$1 ssd.,
[ I vIsa s II OK ,KLUHIUA.M sIt oU..r |>*r n* < S -
-.. --4-. ___ I of completion of the task so A survey is under way-to 51n4 a,, ,, *, ki>o. W .nUo.f h. ..t uI -1.1,,' GOOD IN)4JR-
.i/s I. 50505 5 I,,. I. 0.5. lliI I'' I 5lIs
welt see 'r
carried out during cut how many.boys In Salernoare
i .the past .1,4, it '1-A, SUp .. sIU. h.'viteft.e 4.. 4 I e S.'II oNCE aflan
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w J Have Moved to. Our New Store ear. -Conrad stated that in order j ,Interested" In th.''onnltton 5, 'I..l .1. ,- hof a M k '5I Ys.elp..k.t 'I-- '
I'I to complete the as of a Boy Scout group. The boy I,, ,- ,, I 1,11, ,. es.t a ''C rs.e to.. tie Espen -
307 E. Fourth .details ,d..,., I,,-,- ,,, ,,d.e,4. .0 Is. b.'sssht ,h. 51 '4 5,5 I,
Street I : planned.we'1haU' need at least were'asked to bring a note from .1 IS, ,.L .s- W'.II TI ,. I-, ieab.ItIdr -
fEW f soo "room. > the parent*,. II ( and USED FURNITUJ I ,,,,, '
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Oct 23 marks the let Anniversary report their views In person ,,,,, 0 5,' -5 .dAt. sinId : : aCITINVE Nt :

U _____ B. MINSCHKE of the Salerno- Civic Asscflatlon. A number of boys have re. '- ,, I -h,, .* l:,,.o.ll US s.isa. 5Sid .tI.. .1 1'I
: This; year It happens j ported which Is encouraging. A r. r. ,I.,, ,.os .. I ks II. P..h 4 .1, IN SEC T't\
iiiiuiuifl uIuIiIIliuiHiUiilIiiIliIuHuI, iiiithijjjjjij iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiij, to IaI -on a. Saturday. An anniversary -,number more Is needed to makeup N. 1,111.4.d- a.sSh. N GIbbs. hI. oh, L's,. .. ''I'-
Sir,, ,I--It, IN.I.I roodst. S -U
party Is planned on that the required troop, but as .1 0,.' .0 .1 I. 0. ms I.
Wearing Apparel of Dist ction date, which shall start out witha I yet 'there has been no notes or "-5-,- et. w p.r. c .0. S I'll. 0.1 III ..P, BUY Junk ''I I ,
I SAd,. ,. .t.f.W. CC4 el. ,
pot-luck topper at 7. A social- verbal I response! from the par- h.:1 m-. 551..i I'' I d ..dy eked
:: : :. Wrsy scrapcopper
evening will follow. In the Oct. ents. M k dfoif.lt
,, ,,,,.,, o s- .. a .a, kb With
121 Issue of :The Stuart News wlU Conrad again thanked all who .4, ..h.it ,.,m. sdd5s5 'U. 10. 4. ,' tO. 5' .1,1k anfi bAss.
published the 'completk history In any way had A part In helping A.c.+ *,, ck,1.. I P.... .5 1 Co. 0..., 0 IllML,, F4, I II II II ED APP
I ,, id Its. I
of the I during .the recent .torm. and s 'OSi Ci is hs4.sN Id..sr' SISCtSAUtO
Salerno Civic Association '" 511? OC tOt" I SI-fU tt4 I
which aba/ thanks to latest contributors : ; I
Is expected: to prove our F.st. p LTOR -
1' 5.54 I A' I 0 .14 cnn RTS.
of Interest to' to the building fun $ P.w,0 .. ., I
many. Reserveyour hacA P--p. p. Id.,. I OIIh. n. -i. 1 II. C31111. .fCSPCI I Arcade -
.po The Stuart Kew* who are: Russ Wile), Bosone "5Hs..AsI' ', ., V.41 Iis.01hU' ,S., '. 0' s ,104,5.,. p's.. I Im0h South
I. 4t1 I. 51 .00,5.tl,5 DixJT r
Highway I '
jlum I'A. who. I
onell :
tiow. Hall Electric Serv.-
for Oct. 21 I Barber Shop 1 tel ,'.1.1, .,,kss -I Ia 05 II j.I c.pI'b'l' lIlIsh.e '
Since the football ice, 'Tames Decker ,, 'mt ,. A.C45.k.0 FortJIPierctV
games are stokely Roy N. si i..l I. sd.Iosd'
awut'DtpAayMeNt .
ST 9 _. ,.. 5.., 5 101 It.c' hIl psbII.IdI I
ecl ks's A PM
_. OPPOSITE ST. LUCIK COUNTY ASK 9 played Friday nights It was ani) H. W. Vorls I IMhsM..1.0, -..wob..sh.s,5d I, eks NP 0Is'.l., Phrtie 1231CL1NTONE II
109 So. stood Street f Fort pierce 5 voted to change Youth Night to 4,.,. ('/0 L.0 ccl.. ..1P.01 u.o. ,.. N O'e. P0.14. I fI f\
ililluliuul IiIIilIiuluIiUuIIiIiliuiIiIiIiIIIlIIiIlIIiullI 14. t..mIp. H.Ih 51 5 51'ot, =: l.ton _
iiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirs Monday evenings during the j YCEESBACKHIGHW Hi Uum 1. Ml.. I, V's. .4.5 P.c.. '
gridiron season Mr. and Mrs. JA Md l5 lt.d. s00, 4. .4. 5k..
jIUIIIIIIIIIgimilimlimilllMlllllllllllllllllllJllllllmiHII SIC, I
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Is.I )..5. .ad,. ..dn. ....I. .,. .
Scotten were the chaperones ksoc., 511i. S 1,4.15 .... 5k...' Fool a.. I utt4t.t155. -
Monday. V ..Id.I,,. I. 55$ '.,..4 's's WAX '
BILL Fl E YS 1,4,., C'..'.. O.k. O'a... (ci, si I 051I
S Mrs Chandler and Mrs. Conrad A BODY ...a .k.ss 5, to... ddc. 5.4.cIAo I ,
are on a committee to take I' Mk5 t A. c a..r., 5, ('.0k p II,. 5SMtl5 C..leI It'* Sprayed Into All Crack and dkvice* r
Doing Business.. .. ,, .,
5os. *h. I 1..ddM
care of the refrigerator needs, .5,4, "5,*,s. e II h. In n.l .if HiUAVIIj teo.t.I, Of Your Car i I i
and they report favorable N.hc I Mvf. s... i..to. 'ILI
anl progress \
juipiient Sales Service Co. i so far kitchen sink has Howard A. Smith, executive I I18ecre'tary .,.,, .Ad nA tI-C *55J5.5.5R.I 5, API 'IT A M. MOTO- SWAY. I I' .

: of the East Coast Highways $A501j, CSc r.ULn.DfTD '
been arranged .for YOUR CAR WHILE IK MOfJT)!
Moi.lSreWhere and Whjn You Want It" i An electric and tank Association spoke on \the D..I.l 110. ,II MODtRN" METHOD OF LUBRICAlltplYw 't'lHE 1"

I WUGATIOlAsYSTEMJ, 'UM"" rOWM UNITS AND SPaAYERS was discussed,pump and donations. work of his organization 'and .,Id -' ,I W.,,,, -I' IA Is's N.sY.AI ? 1071kII S.4.MW.*- t' ,1001.""IPsIsII5.5I.g I Are I Ii.pl.4t' lr.>*.. Till. N.-w MitlM.INNERSPR1NG ':" -
0 I I ; I 11 I 51 2' U"
H we MANUFACMIIIE = H8 at what It hopes to accomplish for I '' 4, .k,., I ,
amounting, were given

Free B>rmkle Portable jftrigation Systems = I the; meeting toward that project. ,Junior the' east Chamber coast's welfare'of Commerce at the ''C,, I'' I'' t'' Sa ;? 0.01k I'I's.. ALi .iiso4uieorte I Suart Service Station )i

% i Conrad felt sore some arrange- .
-W font scz f soil ORANGE AVI = I I' ,If5.. ,tl s.dI .
i4 pi.. P.sse & she $.h-5t.IM. i ment could be made for |Ita Installation meeting at Bruce and Harry's'Monday I- lb. Ib" h-.ho4- POINTMENT UNSPCC1'OPOECHOS OFc1Le W. REIN. M.r. GULF PllolluclS 'k...,5I4,
,1 S
night. I Ij ..I 'I-- 5 I 5.5I.I I I I
at an early date
plIlllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllltIlllHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIHII IIIHinICtORY ,
through 'the kindness of Elmer I Following, the talk by Smith. : --i,' I IIII 'ft., f.rid', "i""hr5HmJi'llhii' .
who was Introduced by Mayor W ,, 5, II I----,- 0,555i 55111 5.t'' II | ,
DeWitt of Jensen Beach. DeWltt I d. ns5TI,. /Is so' t. so'ttlOI.
R. Baker WVtln County dlre< : i : : ': '1'.. .ltl. It.o.4 Iii, alMl '
:-has donated labor and helped I j- ; ,,, ..'lJtII..' 0 ...,. ., .oral I I''
r tor in, the association, the Jay "- ",:::: ... I''
considerably with the plumbing ; : ,: I .( he ''I Tur 4vYStnin.! and
problems of the association.VicePresident reel decided U sporusof the I..Ai II" !
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Jack Saunder- ECHA here. Campaign plans are I P.05I.aC' T N._. J.oo.d. P.IIIeaPI.S 4BOX SPRING
| I' vksoo I b. Is
to be discussed later*.. :,,', I ',"I, I,, 1.5 I .41. .11... No.0wa.,.. ', --7 \
set hereafter .,,,, .. Mm Th 'It.c on 6 legs
Meeting dates were I I si. mldc 5slI i's'siI ., "
CIVICMINDEDThat's COI'IsW. 5.1, I ,, MI v'w A.
the first third Mondays r .
as :

i the man in your U. r each' month Instead of the i iI ,.Ur...*.t H.M W.*. ;.:.i7''t/......: r/nt6r. 1'..'. $.50 Value |5950 I 1 :

,3. Army and U. S. Air Force every-other-Monday employed. It was plan decided heretofore : ; Fl.0S.iIov1'II.... ,: .. ''p4 TWIN dR DOUBLEJllZEF&
\ recruiting station.' He takesan .
ROOM I ; : i i't
interest in also io put the Jaycee building I $ AN' : ,. t ,
your commun I fund In a savings account instead ,"I, T..s, SI S .ld.,, Np0..II ,. hsT11IkpInn ( Pierce Sleeg Shop ,
ity. He wants to make him- -I IslsIh) ,. .,. 55sssdAe 11\0,1.\ '
of savings bonds and Jack 1 "N." t_.tP.0IIt PIUt.. '
5.,, '".l5 ,.I 4.15. L ''w. 5. .... .... Fort PierccS'la. 120 N. ZndSlt. Phone tlOWINE
self useful citizen a.,01 P. I '
1 / more as a I Boggess;! was accepted as a new I 5.?, ath5.' It .dd'o, s A I .".. ..., '

and a, a resident of your member; Charles Ray Hclsley I 111..'s 0100 ,hss,4l's. at..,. RuhVHn 1 ,.. .. -- .- -_.,. -
Can Be ifcadEd. For The Season community. Yes, and he and Horace 3. D'Ambroglo wereguests. :s"t.ees.I- ''f ItI. 51 I. 51.14 ks's.5M0. OslO 1.0 D5 ." LIsIIwFzaJkjI "

-hS, tf 5,1.1 ,5 0 Is .0.4 S .11.. .', [ "
brings this same attitude of ; 1 ., .55's.I0. ; '" Z.p"ir LEER
Fa0d.se''k .t e.p..IUs 5.5. ,......... No I .iM.. rIMe| '
helpfulness' to his work in ;5 J.o.i.17 C II ''SIlO,' S dl ..,.... C: t BEERnd ALE $4 o Per Case j I
1.0 ast J
ttJieneed NEW HOMES UNDER WAX: II.esoq \ Mt.. W. I '"
Only Financially ., .
the recVuiting! station. There 1445. v. J' s.II J'l.-Id. d 7da.! .101.. 5 'I. "
,IN SALERNO SHORES j.0..., $51 os-sI 5I-,4oo 550 5ph \ .. : ,
this qualified representativeof i.(. .Z..k. 1'..' .1.14% s.0 Oo's a. a. 01 .' ...... Ca, : ". -. :.. J: :':- PIenty

ResponsilMf Persona "Ne.d Apply the largest and most 'A number, of new residences ...& l .5SSd' .,., 0,0.th..snsdd-.55 St .stk .1 c.- Ms. mt C'' :, C""'. '1I ---a; I of ,
5. .he C.4 P.111,5riS. ;
Pm.bop 'J ,
important -- business in the Ore under In Salerno Shores f .s.I. .0 I.... .tU J5.h.5SllI5. S'S C. ,
way si 5. Eloctric .' ,, Parking
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i 0. A. I W p I. S 41.51.'ISPIOC' I j
ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION world helps young men jn this month. On home being "5, who' 0.5 k... : .. .J ,
st'r' Space'
choosing a worthwhile ca built is for Mr. and Mrs. H. Wallace ,..MmsO5, r s t'IMm, Fh.Id. a., OIm.W 'sobs.P. I '- ?- c" ;_
ph.. I. to. 4 .I'A. H. ,
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For] reer.' Talk to him yourself of Ontario, Canada. 'Two, :55,,,,. 5... I. Shs.c. l lot ks. *4ri. Cl., '"105.Pmc.l.o '0'.. 1ChoiceW'
about'your' partnership with others are for Mr. and Mrs. d Iso. 5,, 01. .-.. ... X U. M.rwta. I Ime5. % I P. CIte, Po/I"/ "" PloWNs '
hit kooImturt- 5.0m. 0c.55. '
Uncle Sam. Get the full Charles Conrad and for Mrs. '5.h, P0,455. M.UII. U Mm. V4V.- .. ... ,

from him U S. May Douglas. Another pair are .k.. 4. .o'4 sO's., S.t 0055. .44..,. Molt'I COFFEt -r:* M! !"A.w.f*;* SANDWICHES i 'I
story at your '5. 1. "5 oh $fi-I.I. 5,4 Ae c.1mm 'I\o :
Addinornl I /nformation'ICTORJ being erected for"sale purposes ; ,4I, 504 I..c .44,... .s. ..t.", '. ,
Army and U. S. -Air Force and still another Is In the offing I 5.51 --Mint. riu hlnr. t.e UUMU ...k. 'k-
** Y*a. 5o'thIs.t,. V. Wood, .... --' .
recruiting station it's at I M.' PIse.0t.i /
for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Keene t :,.._,d. I.eo bit k..W.. uldrtM >n4IV I'ro..."",. In,. \ '
I reAl COMEAU BUILDING v. who will make their permanent .IsAI..., unknown: l tvlnt* Iv.Iwho.i .. 1
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v. ? .15 am m ls.'lI. W..mo sfl.. ,,I.W&Mt. \
West Palm Beach Fla. residence there. ,., .
I. 5145 IllIt 505.1
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54,. b_ lot.. I\ .

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iHQPHING NOW i: ->: \0 ,' Whether you're builcfjjg a npme or a rental WI tM NOTICe TO APIARTI ,. .

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Inquire AbAt .c'' '. \ inter Heating wifhw pencil now than'with .- 'Ss.c ;I "

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LAYW 'Yj S if 6Vr with you eating equipment dealer' '5 htlmI.Rt 0, tI .
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IMrLETELINEtrFISHINGT ,To'wHfpor soft compliment ot very II. ..

[ BICYCLE \ ./ SJQIINM.RAW.j'r i'L 'NI$ t&.plece done dress hoi 4 whirling. cap

I SerVlce .Sales Rentals \ 'Of f *V', topped off with *smell ond thopfy -

I jocl.\ The tiny\ cop 'toT button on.or off.<> I.

I ,RACKET,BESTRING1NG '.1),, Phonet s b's arti, the new thaDfUoHof.' f ayon faille ; '
's another hot
Her tip 6 '
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VcMn! satin collar ClIff!clIIII cape Holng-f;.
( your tank* have adequate fuel ,' *f rslze9to1 U.'II V.rs.

SHOP S S bil capacity..and fill them now 1. WS 6,95 <
before the winter rush) "her. Carole/ King iunion (mm 112.95 '
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Osceola A".. Stuart, Fla., ( ) .

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1},, I i a u t Help prevent wood Sclentlfto! dnectlve' method) Salerno) News of the Mission Board, wer.'read- bretsen have moved to Stuart. ; .MOdE.ABOUT The.\ In vestment In nort The hoop pine. III A
,. ,'d4 tire. *. Be aura the' ,last seat. of aw used by Investigators of\htVirlda by Mr. 1. P. Wilbar After the I Mr. and Mr.Chuck ndrlclM! CONGRESSIONALQnnMniinl woodland and Will total kill with/ bark auru00t!
and family have bought propertyIn I than $375.000,000 or about $a"j! that of the
I la dd before Forest Service track buslneu meeting was Bible Amerle
i canipflr! you to ?
i your ;? I of in'
Fort moved five
Pierce and( there for 'eae" family ) IU ,
. I leave Itt down wooda burner, MISSIONARYSOCIETY Y study Present Were Mrs, C. C. last week.! State., SEW"SPECIALS ta a
Jacob!, Mrs. O. D. Quigley, Mr. Alfred Pedersen and Joe Brown'of ( fromp go 11 I .
WUbar, Mr Osborn Mra. W. t. the Navy reported to Jacksonville I
PAGE SALES See U. For MEETSAT Merritt and Mr. Fred Pedersen. I Monday and will g/'the "greatest achievement of any j,
The church esrvtcea will be back to San Diego Calif, for I(Congress" and said It will en> 1
CWD Repair. nd held at the Southern, Methodist four month They spent one able thy\ area to flower It the'' t,
CHURCHBy Church on the first and third week' leave here and in Pompano !resident remain a* .united ill I
SERVICE Parts Sunday morning at 11 and oft with \their parent, Mr and to
the second and fourth Sunday! they were to see the measure I
Ad'' I Mrs. Fred Pedersen and Mr. and
f 1 MRS. a p. QUIGLEY evening at ,. The Rev, F. U Mrs. A. L.J, Brown. Congress'' attention. Speaking|I
'p'" RNOLD BAUER Crawson 1 1a pastor There was a rally day programat more locally Roger said he! was
I PabnWlttu The Ladles Missionary Society Mr. and Mrs. J K. Anderson the Southern Methodist proud: of the $53,000 approprta- I \
net Sept. 29 at the church. Mr. of Manasquan. N. J., arrived last \
taclgl "I \ ,, St. Luck Boulevard Phone 142.W George Osborn presided Flam week for lii..winter" ; Church.and Sunday recitation, oct award S. After tor tied gained for.St. Lucle Inlefi FOR FRI, SAT, OCT. 8-9
aibly I \ were made to pay $25 on the Mr. add M i.. parsonage In Jupiter. This\ weekbeing and daughter Verlen/, ef Indian and certificate of promotion and commended the Iptal Factory
prayer week a meeting Orchard, Ma**., arrived last were given. Preaching services citizen whq worked/ 10 lone and i SUBAl
will be at the church each afternoon week, Whlttock I II In the U. 8. followed with the Rev, F. LCrawson I hard fQt Ita re 11zaUoD. b ounda... .... .... 45
this week at 3. A letter Army and 1* being transferredto pastor, officiating. I The clubs had six guest And I
from CARE and a letter from Orlando. I Jlmml Homan of the Navy Klwanis had 80.8-per cen( at- TOMAT {
MrsOlynn Comfort, Mr., and Mr. Edward S
secretary EnJlo1 -;--- Who just finished boot trainingIn ., I II 2 No. 2 ant S
San Diego !is here visiting his I jr j
1- I''father, Chet Homan, ind wife day Sunday t/lrt/ Scannell *urprised -' Armours Dash
1I JImmie will return in a few day )r ber with a birthday cake !

3f f ,CENTRAL MARKETMEAT in to,San. Diego for further train-' I Mr.Mr.and and Mr Mrs.. Richard Eugene Byrd Botisquet and j DOG FDD cane. .. ... ,, SC

;l 4 t if I I| Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Anderson left that week! for Bellows FaIL All Drands i
and sons Dale and harry, of Ivt. ,
I I Ii
I 'Stuart, calld on Mr. and Mn. CANNED MI
? p I PRODUCE and GROCERIES il. D.'Stevenson Sunday 2 tins 29c,
Mr, P. O. Smith and Mr*. C I w o' s I'14JAri
1 f I '' / .,.pAI AIrMaa GNC a, e.lt' I COURTEOUS SERVICE .'. C. Jacobs motored'to West Palm .,, Iv Western Chuck ,
r' \ ? CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Beach Sept. 28.
ANN Jane Iferker BEEF ROAST 63c'
Mr*. J, J). Stevenson and Mr. i \ and
," DONUTS 2nd and A\ron ;Joel B ook.FAVORITE O, R, Thompson pent Tuesday
F ODS Sug red with: their cousin, Mrs. Jimmie Tended' Juicy t
i' Pkg. Ddk 18c --- -- r Myrick,'at the home of Mrs. L
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4 l' + Whit House I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conrad Bt nd
1 Eva rated SERVIN MARTIN COUNTY motored to Lake Worth Thurs r
i1 day. .
For pnrd.n+ti meets that.h iTH A Mr.. and Mrs.1: H. Wallace of COLD CUTS 591
red 'tone, 1, aidio.et Tag Cana ,Ontario' Canada, arrived last and .
t ; Ann Pae F+ ,rnn'Kttryeta, 3 for 1 .. 42c ,, Complete Dairy 'week for the winter'' season '
1 v aneec queln let 0
ery Deliver In Jensen 'Conrad ha
i Ann ** I' Mrs. Charles recelvcd Armour *
anuMinglfjIi"l Try 11 lored
i t Beach An Tuesday, word and donation from
FMnh u } .Z
Paae NUTLEYOleipnargarine Thursday!and Saturday Mrs.(I Thomas Conn"and Koran Mrs.of Roy Waterford ; E.*1 CHEESE A29cAnthonys

Its ANN PACE VHEK AT ALP) lb.i Decker ot fUilnebeck, N. V., that
look at theia lipUol values had this
G DE A they t good season
i r ,year and are looking forward toreturning 0. IETE Econo y 4ark
PASTEURIZED ILK I to their winter homes RETAIL AN 110 "SALEB
j Rk Creamy '" HOMOcVjlZ-r on Salerno Shore' In November. 300 SO. AKRON AYE STUfT,FU'
Ann Page t fit} t Mr. and Mrs O. L. Mooney I i
r 33C \MLK bought Eugene ByrcT new houseon e4 %' YOUR FRIENDLY SEMUSELF SER E
j COFFEE CR Mrs. Stanley Kitchen ot Stuart I
'INJ Ann Page Serdli* Red and Mrs Jack Nolan of Bessemer 417 C ECNOSEE ROAD
q WHIPPINGSOUR CR M Ala., called on Mrs. Mary Chandler PHONE J:38J) .
-J '- -
'z RASPBERRr JAM last week .. .,
+ CREAGOTTACE Mrs. Rasmus Mortensen, entertained --- --- -
r a large crowd at- the ,
i CH Ei
Ann Page card party at .the Civic Center I
23C i BUTTER AND GG Thursday evening. Prize were II l
... given. After the 'game donut)
and coffee were served rlioDilltJUICE
ROM 0 \TRUCKS 3. A. Stockley; 'la collecting 31bs.Hunt's .
t:> OR YO cocoanut and getting ready for I
h' Ann Page, Gr. Black -ol. I GROCER American Legion convention' In
PEPPER can. U7c Ann PageDEANS Miami.
i I MOORES'DAIRY/ I Mrs Mary Cha ldler! ,and Mrs. Puro Tomato W'.Ildak G
Charles Conrad of Salerno c
Ann Pare Stuffed, 4't-oi' ': Shore" called on Mrs. 8, E, LaneIn 25C ,PICKLE :: 29
? Jar 39c With pork Palm City' Sept 29. 2 No.2 tan. Jar

OLIVES, Tomato Sauce I'__..... .. .- -__._ ..-- .- -- -- -_- ---___ _____- __ _J. Mr*..W..W._Brown c__. ._ _had_ .ft birth- -'
2-th. 23c ROYAL
l Ann Pave" Peach l-lb-lja

PRESERVES'r Creamy Ann' Page Rich SPICK >UR STORE'S PAINT UP Gelatin Bessert ll fl r, Pkg

al \ Anif Page Fine or Br d PEANUTBUTTER d44 [OUR HOME CLEAN UP

NOODLES, 8-01.2 F liic. 1.lb. Jar. ,33c 6 a OR HOURS'E I Pride of the Valley Early Jun 1 I Libby' Corned \

Q DAY.Sweet 3 Ibs., PEAS, 2 No, 2 can-.. .. 19c|i BEEf.12oz.cSnV8 .41
.......23c '
WANT> I Vegetable Ame an Oil Ii

Our Own Bland Farm Fresh o IT CLEAN/ Creeps CABBAGE, lb.. 75c JUICE, 46-oz. can- 54 S DINESt 2 cans t

1 TEA l/2 lb. pkf '49c FRUITS and 11* S KEPT', 1 Sunshine Krispy WATER MAID e

Ann Page. Cider VEGETABLESVINEGAR THAT WAYCRACKERS......-- .7 .., /. 25c
i'i i-;
9c t S oy Frozen !
l and Head -1 GREEN S 31c O'B

f Ann Fate Shlad 1.16. ; ABBAGE, lb. .6c PILLSBURY OR COLEfMEDAL RICE E 3I'' 3'7iPillsbu '

'!I MUSTARD. Super Rb 15c G -en TopCKRROTS 2 19c bu. F L O U 'R| \ 5 Ibs. 45. 10: tts.:. 87f?!

Top QuiHityWestern Hunts Yellow ClingPEACHES Blue Plate

1 Meats Ye w S Ib. Bar 5C MAYONNAI! Jae45C 'a Plain by' Bartlett '4.\

End Cut. f Lb 0 ONS 26c No scan PL FLOUR 5-Ib, bag .. .. ... ...4 ARS. Np.,2', '/* can

PORK CHOPS 63c j White Hou Apple Rockingham Cu p
mel Strawberry
MclrJlo.h :JUICE FRYERS f 89C RINSO- a Iff. pkg. Scii PR ERVES,14b.
l 1 Hickory SSAUSA ed 63cAP \ ES, 2lbs. .29c 3 tens pound : c 14b.

I t Ib.I KRAFTS: MIRACLEftfHIPSALAD Introductory Chase an<| Sandbra'a Instant V' p pC

I Bartle I DRESS Jar Buy One Jar /I AC Get Arlther 5c G
1 Center CuC Chuck PEAIlS,21bs. .29c qt 63 C OFFEE
1 ROAS" lb. 73c Al Re,. Price4Z for only '.

} Georgia RedTomatoes L
Selected Lb. Ctn >uoy Swaitton
f p 8 Il TendereilSmokvd Picnic TOMAJTOES 17c Cans 25Musselmana / 2 b !0ci; 1 bar,5c Y } ChickenrHffF&' / '
k I r' HAMS* IB. .57cSunnyfijld Soap i \ /

Ap Rflk-Iar
Fresh California
Sliced SAUCE24 lars 21 ] bar 5c Dash ,
BAC6N \ g auwM
lb. 77c PRUNES, 2 Ibs. 35c U.er
Lux r 11 111[
I Margarine Tablf Grade FI\cet FO 25 I a11t1 0 1 '
A. .35c .. rtU. /

1 ST LO STARCH, Qt. .............V .. .2JcSPIC NU'MAID Pound, 4 0 1 Small Y. 5c ash.S 1rri Illt 0 '
Armour Star ftnoked I Armours Star Sliced e MPack+tefa

and SPAN, Pkg.OX ........ ........... .23c /9e V TATOES 37C Ba Fa'Ard
BEEF TO CUE _, f DRIED BEEF' 35 10'*. Get

'4t : + DOE, Lrg. Pkg.FAB ........................... .. FOR ROASTING BOSTO STYLE. eour's 'Cloverbloo '

Lg, Pkg. 33c OXYDOL, .LV. 33c PORK 'EYUTS. lb. 55? BUTT/ER' b Quarters 6Ralls's


WOODBURYS, Bath Size, 2 bar ,\27c I Cudahjr(Sliced BAC '\ 1 lib: Layers' lba

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111I1111I111111I11I11111111111111111111I11111111 iiiimmiiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Chlahelsa. decease. ---' LEGAL ADVr.a1'I5EMEN1' P.r 0.. M.sbsP al tit. K... .0 an-
RENT LEGAL: ADVERTISEMENT: : -- icolotlonn 55 110. 01005. 04 )',........

11I111111I111111I11I11I111111I11I1111I, ,l SERVICE OFFERED.llllllllhllllllllluullluIillllllulllullldllilll SERVICES OFFEREDlllluluIiIIIluullIlllulJllllullItulllHIilululIi A. 1:,..ANNA, .'d i. M of. .CMHIHOLM....'SAble, of .._--.- TAU.AMAt0EF.' :;FLORIDAStl'THKHKK ..... V.0017 led.,., J

FOR LEASE: the Victory Hotel I. William H. (,JrisbulK,. .he.tO..i l lOUCHTKRMON LEGAL NOTICE 11. lit* ,.. shnnItrJ
TOlt.. wHUSl II m\t CONCERN NOTICE roe Clwb .1 <110 CMaoil 0For --.
SSIfffl Ifl( Dining Room only experjenc. SLIP COVERS: Draperies tie. DONT WAIT until It* too late : It FRANCIS! AND TO ALL INTEHKimD I ARTIKSiNotice NOTim' Is hereby stive* that ta... Slate. PrO0'JIIOR AUo'n" County Olin I'"or
ed financially See today fog aitomobllt II, T. T OsaktorwwAt I. hereby "' ... : That a bearing Bleed uf K:"lu,atl,Vn uf the. "nut. of FloIda Cove# A..__ 00 T..... 'I'
responsible persons Made t. order. Satisfaction us ..meys for .taecutrlaaVpf will loa held! .la the Uty Hall tny of will <.r,,. f t., .... and will ....1.. .F.e T.o AIeIbmto.. .

need apply Attractive tuaranteed. SZS Church St or Insurance that yon need under II "U.D_ I,_:. ll."l ,|.4.. (,...... Martla County Florida, at It ..... ...1111.. hi,Is In Talleaaaeee. Florida r. (171100 OsssdoCeodMA. .f l>*Ult .' I
proposition. the new financial reiponslbllity ,'chic< ....., Friday. tl (October III4IIm at Uitt oclork A M. I ... .. t
K Inquire Victory Phone J57-M. Oct. 7-14-tl-M LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ........wI at City' *f Stuart t* grantnralt Oil .for ,land I In MARTIN. lrr d*: :;: ..r ol Rctlelrallonra I

Arcade office, room IS phone I Law. Theodore Dehen ASon. JStTHE' C CIKCUIT COURf OF..MARTIN lo riortis fower Lurht' Com.uanr arrikM 'J..II'" : 5.01 $ Una.bars Board of County r'

tI50 rOct. SIJrL Dehon Blclg Phone IL COUNTY FLORIDA' 'IN CHANCERY him eonatruotlou ot a aubeutlofltor HW -.. cf HW i. wit ..fSKKof I 1115(41st t. S 0,4 L
\, 7 if WE WiLt BUY OR your c. R. 5AIkR.: SlltLBY MCCULLEYAND .distributing .,..,,1< powe. to City 2Whi' eel I tha Win. of JW el .. of the OmoIr _rd. \1 I
So PER WORD ORDIN.JllMIMUM --- 1 J used car. See ns for I.4M prices. ,* If c. M. JOHNSON AS TRUSTEES: of Stuart so property known at th* t.:*.tbslf 811'. J B, ,"thill, II {,,.....hlp> ttSoulk .....- IJIoltld 5, 4 \

Me FOB 11 FOB RENT Two down-town OF THE SALnRNO FIRST BAPTIST uf laid t. 1 a I, Home Aorta Sab.SUistaa Ranwi.* H") Kaaa: \ cAatainlastbi 71.nIR.r. '
TRUSSES elastl stockings, .located on the turt-lndlaa PIOFI.IO. bland )f....
I. In PER WORD CAM'MINIMUM apartments. Newly: furnished, USED CARS j e..11 sell your knee pads, anklets, ete. Stuart CHURCH, PLAINTIFFS low Road ..d t* aVtorwtlnt' whether ::::.:'M'bidder is. u par Uls :: .1 :-

Jo FOB 11 AU fleetrte equlpmqft. Phone for or aot ...." property aboiild .k* i*.an4or *......'.1..'" ..".. -... fa ..4 tOIl.hot '
ear yew I.e a low commls- Drag Corp. i' tl 0. L c.tlt DEFENDANT. that jvfueal of saId ( upheld, TbsslAIf aid wbrn _d.. ..0.0.shjol b Plololoto, sIn.
Stuart 1. d May UU .1011. WU.. lid Car Lot See OliliES ,FOR rUIILlC"TlON. IOMNO. HOARD Of l.rr:7u: T HIJNT ... tat Hoard reserving ant i istlf I N.I nsA ::: J

Ted AGENTS for Could Pm/ips. Attsites. p. TO APPEAR FIlM THE CITY OF' STUART\ all pctruhuiu. phospkajjt mlhd __ 50.. Ooo.lobis fed abs fslloelogjitnlko '
11110. 4th St. Stuart.
IniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKYMENTS FOR REtTt Floor sfidlnr tnt I TRR *TATII 0.... I"I.OfUDA" Bl T. J, F Kennedy _a. ,...,.... or ................. OllOolvI .." -
Baa- ep&I ,medlat"delhery The State. Ihis.d, of Katumtto.
ti Chain*** Nula.dNo,0.
FOR RENT ehlnojid edfef Reflalsil ,_ -- Stuart Hart wara C' PboI Tt)If O.All L; CliNic K\KINfl, 5LVJ.OAIIT1 from::'; Ilia plaintiff.' Ocb J. M. tl, lo182LEGAL irv.. the rl.lt lu roJrH-i any *mlj I I }

iiiiiiiiiiimimmiiiHtrPACET liii.mt HoaV at reusable ALL fPES bill' of file In lb.II. +- bids tBT Us. 1* tntlmony' Whereof' 1 pan
your rates. 1 OP ROAD iw.rn iimplarot on ORUFB .
I Li0 : : in the Bute Hoif .( hoe.ootouoWufh dorM !'
.5..111, ,lI ims.cI C,0 dili..ol ..noC '
Phone 1* Stuarf ADVERTISEMENT fdueatloil of the 0,0.0' '.1 limed. .fII W b. 'T ihe P
% Hardware COFSTRIJCTION.DRAGU74 l1ulllllllulIulUiiillIitllllll and In..lulry., k.v* ben mads K.> ....4...... > Onttt of
Ill U JlILl-'lfIIl". CALJIWI.i. Stat tit Tallhaaaee I
\ I tf AND BULLDOZER the' wsirtennof' the defend***, <)) LA rinata M *- (
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i Carl and that thr ., ... ... II." the thl. U. ) J
I WA TEDlllllllllIulllhullllul aame as poSIes sAy Aon c i. 1> eb. ai that by dl. '
I WORK. aa la knuwh,, Ihe afllant la unknown, lbs of the Board. of County .......to. i ATTUST 1bI.lJAl000 day a( AoiitatA I
F.NCl.inH I
TYPEWRITER 0 1ENT-B lIllIllIltIll 111111 jefendaul ODUN 'S.cr 1aryOtat I). 1000. It
UEAVJI DISKING DONE that at Maith Itsl nave klan .. .... of Martla County, Florida Elves
Board of Edtcatln A
week or moil huao 310. ldencc ., Indian Rlvir C.iunty. Fler, at thrlr. ....In. mwHig h.,4 ea .. R, CHAT asn0000art
.OT AND SUBDIVISION awnen.Uer On I. SI, 00 .. -
WANTED Ssvt.10.
The : Te 1 In too Ith Ida eul. k* baa been .bo... froak lbs *.. ma. I will offer fur ..I. and 01 .
Stuart Ne tics. Sf ( CLEARING.; all Seventh I y Adve m. in lat* f.r mnrr than Cli,, lays "unmodiately sell lo the hlgneal. bidder' for asiA. all -- LEGAL ADVERTISED I .
; T Ho Q M HANCOCK. Sheriff
; utu tLP IIAl'UGERMANS O CLAY ROCK. SAND Stuart : j ,.i lluii th* nlltiir of thIs: ewora rlrkt, ChIt. and Intereat of Martin Countyla !.....,. *51ic-tlatVolr.* ;
W. i ; -
Hay me :
FOR RENT: Two nJM all electric bill of ron.pl.lnt. M Mnesala klmaelf ao ..4 la the followlc. deacrlbed'' property NO'IICOFI.LECCI
I SUELL.I Stuart Ne'S"ANTED 7 that p....... ...n... iHsraonallr b* *erved 'bin f end being I. the CIt, of 5.05. 5. 5. II. U, 'OeS 7. H, n. i :I

sptm, Year-rouniltr season. ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE upon blm i and that affiant w,.laves then ftuatV Martla' County. Florida,. to-wltt T. tRIal IKerlff. ef M... ...t,. t11 00, 1510. I Ii '
Phone 145-J or Bdj12. la he wraoa In lh Htate tif JTIoridabind Fail vf tho Northwest quarter et the Stat* of Florida IB \ e. .........
WELDING. ; Wit uaekec P. slAin o.-In .0 ens,,... Scold the NurUunaat quarter, of Section; tTowaablp I. Know,, Tkal I A. GIl. T. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I

ek 7.1 14 W. B. TILTON, JfV, JENSEN! who can do I in uekinj. .Id al..sent .. co.104 d.tesIxIM. IK. ReothiM R..** 11. Secretary of &t.t* at.th. \', 0 ol 50414., '
I .;d obat Ih 4.f..on.. 10 ,new Ito S.. Pool. aa follows. te.wlliru.lnnln do hereby give, notice th,| a ,
BEACH PHONE 21-W. tt adults In fan y. *(o wnahin .f rI at the Northwest corner IN THE cmcuif COURT, M, AND .\ I
TLAtTIC! tOUR FOR RENT; Team 'on by ... F. Knowle 7ewells Point, IT u'THtRKrORK ORDIRKD that of the' Northeast quaruif Bertleat GENERAL ELI: ION/j FOR MARTIN' COUNTY* FLORID' I

aeiiion, furalshef h bcooiu RUGS and MohawkPebbletaft V Mia oy&nriaat O, L. Carle. eppear herein Towaahlp' III, South of Rang IN CHANCERY. f. .
I broadloom Jensen IJ'achPOSITJON Sept, 1011 th the First day of November" 1(411, to 41 E..., thence maniac Houtkerly. sill b. MAd I 74nrI, Coo//SlIM MAKf KANCFS OWEN: )
A 1', ELOIUr hem,. AU clot -Ic kit cli. : Firth Mansion lie Mil of .,splaio1id the mid C. R.faari tit II feet I* a point at feel from 00 fetid.. R0 Ysend,. .oIM .os+sdI.. tialnHff* :

ted, FvUy ulpped Write Bos .72, Si.art. O 7 House Kleartlax WA ED as oervioo 8h.l"11.1." .... and C. M. John.nn.Vaa tk* eanbir of tho main II.. of th Ih. tim' M,,"" .. 4. N.. ''hee.liIOiIOlO. h, -
Armstronf'iInlaid Iruatee .0( the Hsleme Flat Florid Kat Ci.o Railroad theacarunning lbs tild, Yzoolue bot lbs CI.TOM THOMA4 P""FN I -.:
tog Apart enleha linoleum. and asphalt station allen OIl 13 yearsexperience Ha4vt Ckunh filed agalpal him In lbeufldel Southeasterly paraltf) wltkaald n.0od D... Now..... lKin'f nl. -

deseon ate IIMIIIMIIIIIMIIIIlllllllflllllllMIIIMLOST tile. Expert Installation. Grif- -ember-i.. May, ( the Chirk of IkClrrilt Ouurt ] railroad 111.1 feet to a point Fn E"'hl 1.1 Pp.mM' .# Olortoce. NOTICE TO APPEARTO 41 1. P
& KbUND \ of MteVID County, Klorlila an the Oath I ororin00 beginning' thonc. rn G5I.IIOr of //1. 'ste 0., SIOrIMU. I GLENN' ThOMAS OWKM
it lYearlond / fln-Ecker., (00 8. Dixie, Fort Best sit loealPlummer fcrenees. uavid Iloy i* Heplembar, 1141 **skltia: t* r*> running, In a Sootheatcrly directionpuallel bile 8.......... .r. I I. .74 "tbq. Slot,. !IfYI.Ida. MAC "UIINiLU LHAfU. YLAM 4. \

M iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiuiiiiiiiiunniWalker ierc. Sept. I 3 tf E. MInt. Ions adred .IVrsp by iba dtfendant thtlie slit said railroad 111, f... iFt. ALABAMA \ j ,
.7 lOSTi liound jfMif k ogatuck, plaintiffs .....1'1".1., ... fifteen, InVkly tu S point. trrtv* at rlirfct atuilrtu Atlyeler 0. .Wec tho 8.... liiEloold. Yo* an fcmby requlrei. to fth ..g
Te .hone 1151 ---- Oct. 7thrIi II 1I1..k! Four uf rrt Aalerno.uhrtHl.fc. a nllroad rtinnln* lit a Northeast .. fFor. lipearane (Os iAi abuv intttlrd pro*
with black anf tan, emale. POULTRY MAR. ,- of UI It ..4 _t itahalnt ..I. dlreulon tit feel 10 a point ClorliolInc 01. Ita' am PI..,.... oeedlnx M or before the lain >ly of .
11111 lIllhllhhIlli lihiulihlillF 'TI Chicken-choice pieces LEGAL ADv ITISEMENTis0 .at i A'SI of the Mlb. < at' N.... UI.... .OsoIstt ...1. running Ina Pop ....... !lIt. Slots .f FIend.F SO1It.AIUOnO, I t
I yr. old, shy. esard. W E.Cunnlncham. > (Cor.... Township I*, liana. 41. and for Northwesterly' cjlrsctiun' lot feet ,. IsrorloIr.. ,.4..f P"bllo 1"0' bb. ."...... '0. Irr ,,,. 'IoInIIN.
S w dressed Fryers. Knitter .r'FORJOAOTIN FLORIDA I 1111 Non.. .... ..n.I.. In a ..4Htth.*atilr' direr. For Comol.1 A..lllt.. of ... that you fall" p> do ;ao .Ia'n.,,lt win, he I j'
IlhulhIhhIsi kiiiiininii Cnlley, SalernofOcL T-U-21-28 IN IEGASI) THE I TATE: OF uMliAgd| I ttt:, Martin Countyllorida U.n U. 0.51 to .... piss, of .... 01.0. of e, ,. taken a .e 'fn> e< i and albiwedto
null Bid* Oct. 7 tf WILLIAPJ H. CHIS O LM CMea ad airimee 4 .naaiitlv, ,,1..11>.. whl" ..Id ..... 0' ...,'.1 Poe F..., II. "oeleoa of lb. ..P.... proceed. a* parte. It III ftolh r or* I
I.E. Ford nveitlblekondl'lon IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIlflllllllllllllllllllllllNOJflCES NOTICWOF 111.1.1 I FEIITION FOR week* lifV" return ".r autrd. I..hl. InJUHfJ .., Iud ,._ 100 f_ ... th" ,I.h.ar Coo, .f I $0.1.' 'I'; )1orld. J..jIO dm.d I that this Relics be .pxbllnhedinarearh .. l II"
LET llspray-palnt JFINAL D'' CHARGE,. ...d., .nd II'" ooe ".r II.. 01.rIAo Ee.1, Ctl w.k ("'r ruilr f KI .tn rnitlveIn .
I ; Al yohr grass P OF LimE UTR1X wIrrEsa< MTIIIAN1) 0.4. tb. .oeI .r Roll o.r.o d ,... .bark In paiallelUM ""h.nr ,;it.d, s..d PobIl 0111011, mrebe Thv Ktwara Mirwir Stuart, I .
ri for kick sale nil l vn chairs, or kitchen TO AL WHoM IT AY CONCERN: asiA C.urt. .ttI,0. Isle lay 01 0-pose" II... U. f.... :, .1 .h. ilil. ,1 FIeldu.I'tc Florida" 'Ii'l I "' t
iliiiiiiiiiiiiniiinf iRiiiimiiuiMiiiini furnitu\j SHUTTER PRO- Notlee .la kerebfiled ..0R that 1 bar .... 18... hI 8 on. hello C.R$1.l'Irl.Io blAb. .... .III C5 both at ..ks 'r"" lion, "..01.0.. "r lb.- SuIt Coo.riM. I MINE; AND OROKtEf at DtuartEVAN8 I
367 0. Cl rk, Math- NOTICE AId Bakery at nty final eMil, ......'n. 01 Obi A >r of the. Martiu County Cs.l" H..... .I fIt ", I 10051. 00pI KWilaI 'hi. litI doe .r ,...,..*..,. '.
roil Oct.7 mans DUCTS\0. Box 94S Phones ..... of William' H. b"bol. d..ai.-l. J a. I I7IMRIOY. hi Stuart, "' 10,1... on .Friday. O"..I III .., .: ;" h.F\:: \.:t .. .. 1 aol.. ,

Jensen Beslh, will open for 267 or 9'J\t. Auf 19 tf th.. I b... limed o .ti'loo fOf' flna' ".''' II.",. It... at lilt nooe. .1 2 *. po.-nov. -
the season! Monday October dlaenarie. and tha I' .111 '.pJCu, : Ito : ': r \.:::do J H IO Htll\' n. f'I ":: .,d. .j .. Goopu I. .h CI..k .f Ills ('"....ull Co.I.
ASE he ynOnlV ry Hotel Hoauokle. Artkur -II'Clsss.: Com'n ,C....., .n A. Clerk' Boar I ".f (',,,.,tComnris.lo ... uoI N.". Ii- J.-l..I. .. Cj.1t of thnNo CRARY
xperiene 4, with the* usual line of bakery FLOOR CO :RINGS -: Ann- lid... vi M.UxCexij. ..Id.. o* th* J MOOR:. rs "f Mnr, of Hndo, Alt..... for Pllilnlirf.HI I
I produJls. Charles H. Alderman I.t An of be..ob.ceIl.' D. IH*, f.., Alto,ney I I..r 1'1.ln\ll\ I County:: SheIlA FiI' SIn.A., "1.err. N'.th' l.dla..l. I 'inn. Fl-ido., I .
itaci v roe isible pef- Ktronf's IDI.\d Linoleum and .......01 of .._ and iV final .".be..,. ftet't. 10 Ort. 7. U. ilLEGAL U :-". ..( Oct 1, IMe ,', "r 'h. "'. ..r "I.rid.. 1'uh gepl 1G. tt 10. Ort 1. It._. "
need pply. AttnctlveVictory op Sept JO-Oct 7 Asphalt Tile.\ullber and Cork --'.. ... -- \ 1
lie Znq I Iff AOVERTISIMENT'aws Tile. Guaran\-d Installation ..

It phone LEG ADVERtISEMENT by expert mechkilci. Grirfin- 'N PROPOSED/ CONSTVUTION tL AMENDMENTS TO BE VO'!rjaTON; IN! NOVEMBER. 194CCounty I'l1!

Oct. 7 tfI NOTICE OC cITENTION TO REGISTES I Ecker, Inc. 900 \ Dixie, Fort

FICTITI S NAME Pierce. \ MayWtf NOTICI Oft KLICTIOI, eordanoa with low prorlalngAIt. 0 01 10 50.0450005 .0 oat. Coolltslssd Caunly'f evtwufefl tti* nt *nmntt wfl nft 51. l3 '
5.51 1 H HWATen N.ol,. tn-em .1... IbM (hi it,,. WHT.SEAsa The UttUlnlur* of 1*; ot taxes and auch taa shall It so ..d limo 0151 is her-br sasd imO, fu7?,, J. i"D' trlcts: Special .: ": ... ; ., ,
S. .lhwy.by d.rInsed de lb. orcel.iti.1 ( h.p. nder th* Conatltutlon af }IU *f t pllod to *ny purpoa oUierthaa th., Sod shall b* 0,0.10.4 Oa aIls 101010 51 S.1..i,, C IlI.1, lad Municipalities b. th. .,.... ....\\F c.. "'101 L i
,,, boa, of riorlda. Acta of W4Irgl'dtr SPENCER SUPPORT for wo- Stat *f riorlaa, did paaa 11 joint Raiujbon payment ol Ih* principal and a. eraat i 0 0.. 50.1. sO FlicIdu I.e .rpol.I or I L TI. 1..1 "',.". ...boil" s* the Legle-,
ft. de So h of Stuart, slit Ik. Clark ef th* Circuit men. Men's belts. Ln aU Downey propoUns emendmenla l tOonalltutlon ; aald bonda.id lollas Ihu mx, 0005151 OSollsI ..,,"" ". .. ./ ,.... tint tram Urn* tow Si '= : \
( II' Sou .Fin, busi.ac. Court l Inlnd, for Marti C.l(. Florida. of hIs Stal ot Florida Ikl; In addition to th* hooaesi 5, I 0. aimS 0 US 00ic 1005. 01. Ii a- 11m. ..", ."., to ..k. .If... \ '
upua nef -pt .f proof of euklUatloa of 1101 'Orange ATeV Fort Ui* aam* war* *grtd t* by vot* In paragraph (a> abov*. and it. 'ct I Ills O.rtMs I .5 01.1. 0 III : .r. o oIelh- ": ":J.n.:: .. .. ,. I.... III. J'w; 1iiia ";..r.t: >>. ,
:: r c'f ; .
S lal it. $5.35 per M- ihrae-fllllia el all ue member* elect N! th* llmltallona and prev slona % erooId ....
ClAn It th Pnone 197-M fo : : ;;
e. flrtltlout aam to-WIt l Pierce. :: : u..i 1
llVFRK lEND ; L t* *acn neuae] that th* votw *n ai and ol 0dt. S ot Article IX of the Can bit 11"r....*. _". tu_ .. all 01055 lOVIOS Is, i 1
hi GAklikMS .
Ask let. Brokers osd.p pointment' UABSTRACTS Joint Reoolutlona wf entered upon Ihinepectlv Ir atllutlon ol Florida till tjcrulaturid .i ",+ t .ompcnrstkm of C County =: =11I. : ,
hick .d nb.nro
: :
w will In aualneaai ; :;
rate.I. nBags Jiumala, theraon and Inef did determln* aid Caunly Buefc Tid 1 ItT I>I Smloo t4, ...4 ....11 IIk.w.... Tax ...... sod .. ;" ; ;:
BuN red that the silo Joint .joolutlona I Ieubmltted 0 caplral eulljit plAolorthr.0.0tIto..icL5i0Sod7i511nlod J SchoolLexiil ihall t tnt Lett" *
II I pi Bldg to tho aletora 04 the State projects horeafter acajulred up eonstruoiL end. .iltab, c .: lallv* Scailan ol 1V49. and fr.olmOI tatlm I
the General Election In Novrnbr l l ad, but aald bonds shell bo limited 1 b, Mr CCIAIY iu: CalbclorSENA \ thereafter" meet ,lawa .sti'.lylnl
May $ if I' NOW, THIRCrORK, t II A. ORAl(. pno$0..e,0b., approved by th the '* fuheuoni* dutlc, and com -
Secretary *f Slat* of Ih* Stat,* *f riorld 5, 51.1. OOzed of Education aa ptworlhc P.000U.0I Co nty Tax Co l 0550 tettc-
4* kerebr by law and shslf booime pays'ly esrlal ...... u Para>raph 1 of fltll El'tlon 17. .
I YOU our ..elt.prw.twlr livEHAl.. as preacrlbekl by law wit* Tt JOINT HKSOLUTTOM MO 14 am* ahall. lutowla, pfttvl'lttlocMon. ,or .... .. *.. I
ower? Saves ILKCntr in nan A JolNT HlSOiXllO-J; rrepoalng an 0050. ...&\>d.. trlun'' and d!a.Sous '
"I _dln fli it Amendment I. ASIAn V1I1 ot th. ConMilullon booooo.oa St .11 ..b.o mil.Osd \I p (5'.
( tb* lasuanc* Provided, that no Special Cap
[ hard g. Come In ;: rt? November A. O, OM, tld Ital Outlay bonda shall b* Issued here of Ih* iu't* of nerlda telallv* Cn.Rti Too CIHAnSI .

croons a. Aloo hAve \SCIIEDLU, OF PRICES1
nor ythehour.r a., no tlfloatloa or refaction ot tiAnumdment epedil tax aanert abe lac, look bet.slph ... o< th. County lor Uof .pur ... .
; Meld.. .10 boss neolA .ooos.lAe IS Oil lot aaaasi School andOwnty atltution of to* Stat *f rtittlda ." *

L r tloior Co.Aug.12. (4)) Period covering more than 90 days -_- ..UUO Scot for county purpose prior toIsauanoa Ohm OliohoSel tovyinf 40CM VtJitv. a.n by Ih. Stato. .. 00Io0mnllO I of property tor ....* ndllectton '
*l..Op.oIuiCopfteIO0U05n ; Board, sutooiUurtrtetc. of 1500. by addlnf there '

If (k) Period over Ct dzs and under 90 days i.oo RoVer JOiNT OINT R55OLIJTION SOLU1IOR Pr.ee,4.l Nh 55A I, en Bond auch*. Th apodal* principal bonda dIbIA-.hP of and Inters* County iJcclol Oraloaw Tax BchooJ Ulatrtcta Pljtrlrta.and to th**County ddttlonal: :: .f"pt.rt; la.toaf':lo00FIRrI'l4.' '

ALE: ch room and fnxn a fund -*. count] Port Oiitllctf th' .05rOsPOllO.i5f55th: *
... .,. ., .. 3." I* AMMo IX *f th* Slim any other taxinc Alrtrlota, ami MMinMpallttal roooloTnI
60 .
Period days of authorlaed and
I room t e med known as's (ci) within -- Conalltutlon addlns thereto) add r. oamprisad tnoneya ap7 of th. Couoty whlob' by artk* property ttf the County: for tli* purpot*
portioned by the Leajtslalur for aenoo of Uvytat State. County. SCUMI .M Hiflelpal
Kltch.1llablee or will sell I 2. Plat, minimum .. ... .-.- i.00 tlonal* upon Section gaaolln provldlns* a* that all i itaae T capital outlay and debt service purpose and aaac loTMrd* -'f:: tAat taKM lime i.r:.: 7-s aa MMd Colkctor {. tax.. levied.. by li. S'aI.. Countroiu.ty
collected and i.r1:5ufepsimioldgheuyots.5: : I _. and moneys ptovlded by tha county Iron mbA School, Board School Dl'tncu.Spodal .
product Uia
d anooker I'I'i baU .11..d dlunbul
S. Litigation and Probate used and al county aehool revenue aourosa Inclisdiniad .. Tax School .".",lch and MacIL '.,

I Sill Write ne rately.M. Tyler.Priced 245 (at) First S paes, per page ... ... ... lID port purposes and ,us and* nf preacrlblns certain portion th* dltrlbutlon i iBE ..5 valorem lunltattona by Die tax ol**tha LexlalMnre, as Constitution authorised subject ralattni1o or reeiufred t.tha bl''l'?or 5500LVED TII" otAla BY OJ'SOC pI.oliioAlTnI : l.RCIT5LA.TV0S !.Tax of the u'I. : I. 1

) Additional per ... .. -. .- u. 1o *4 valorem texr* far aehool purpoeee. .h. folluwinff Aflwndinont 01 ... Br IT nrioLvrn nt 1'I.Ii'U/lISLA. P
Ma Are Oct. 7-tI Jb page IT RESOLVED BY THX LFOIMJTURB 0115 V1I1 of On C000llltlIll. II tho I....
Such bonda shall not b* bondadebta TVHS Or Ton STATS tOt LOHIDA;
'4 with all the .4. liquidation or receiverships of banks or tf ildingnd That OF she THE following STATE Amendment OF rLOrUDAI to Ab ot th* Stat* nf Florid* or enforceable of rtorJo.ta roAllIn all 10 410u riIO.llt.Ol sodlothosipit t That th. tollowlntf mcnUn nl M Artlcl .
uppl! ii \ of txa In ISO Cminty *
ci I 'Oicb r'do..0 515 binOlimOtop. ,.
atalnat In credit taxing .4411 th State
or power (5 VIII .ftt.CapdlllIIo. of *
Self.. tug Irrigation loan associations, for all general mters of IteM thereto IX .f In*aa State additional ConatlUitloa section by adtIng pnvldlnf I. tb* Stal*. 0flMConM.imlhit.. 0155.00.thcrato adrilhonai 5131. pt.500.0 Florida.IS by ho oddt'4 memo ,ac rionda. relatlv. u the &*te..
you ii Ralph Ulmer moreMimeographeif ...., that all oxola* tax** upon gaiollna t by Ule Secretary. of State. ba and rollcUon I of all u..< In AL'bsirr0so Loiuity. ofPlneUaa
fltenn or arodueta ....11 But* ef addlndthereto
or other motor tail coleted the 5i00 Ia hereby agreed to and be
Coin Aqg. lIlt printed generajTitems and retained shall b* uaed ftpublla ; sON? flrsoLVT1Oi( leo. RmOLDN Nbs. .ubm""' "" to Ih. .,..,ton of .... B.... 0' O::.I-Ii4R: ,: to, ba b *own 0.bonrlo15ltdholh
5. typed or highway *lrt and airport pui I ..roO .:?;. :.. Fopd.foroUlie.lIoo. rejection aiber Jl 14. and
lOft I Oataidend (leaning easement deeds and lubdlvl/on itemot posse, and proscribing tho dlstrtbutlo A Afeendnient to Article VIP 0' .. C..II. the: General Oil.1. aim to SO held I eo th.* the lame la hereby. Mcrred. to and th aha. 'I
i nf State
and us* ol oarUla portion* of *sld lax*' Io thrM. Os edidllozRl oVOofhoeb ion of Florida rclatin.fa .. .. ....1-.1'fuel' Sol5Iedl1lA-ThiIllb alonday 05OOCTIONihlU Oc t rr *
I Ihlte. s'.ss ..soue la hereby agreed to end ahall b* out jfovemtKr IMS toll f riprlda fnr rat Irat n nr rejaetlon .
eAh Department by adding an **
.: .cD'S fiti
; .IthG.coe.1GeItll be on th*
allan I 4lIon lots. Col.14 fC. mltted to th* elector* of th* Stat* fcratification M,aa routing to th* retltenof :': ;:; and after J.ooorv n
& otherwise herein ft out ; or relottloa *t th* next GsEeral TURn OF THE STATS OF Pt 100,1I th* Supreme end Clrcut, c.., U VKa. |he CollIe UaK Aj eaaor I Iahall in limo End Tomd ocolilsIls lint! Monday *II
Al items except as ..
par I deck enam.in Election to ba held to IM. 5 'ISiS thu lolIs.be AWl-SASS Ia A Be IT RESOLVED BY THE _; oLA.o 6lo0017 ol Oeod. SIMs 05 P155140. November. IMt, f" lumSECTION .
aVint thereof .. Oslo VII .4 the elM. Ma.p TUH all ior alt Stat*. U. 1. From inS aflat January ,
or fraction or THE STATE OF rLOIl ''AI aafleM property
( )
$2 1 2.65 per gal.Ilobe page SECTION IT. Ad oxela axa now 0 .ddlOg thereto Section i creating" Ip "... .... lo'Ia.' '.. ...mendment t tConsllt .. County. SLttool and UutUrip. ..." I* .lc .jf.. the Couply, Tut r: AamaorIn .
blaeh additional page or fracUonflhereof 1.04 otiM additional Senatorial District*! tie .. .... .. th ,. of PIc.I 0 Ul lt< at Ftor.M.
on Lumber C.. ( ) hereefter Impoerd upon gaaoiln or tI. V of .. be 'leed 1 I in Uie County by th* RIMS .. ....U nil for ao
Ilk* product* *l petroleum *t npenombustlbto by and *ubxtor dlng I a Section u b County. County School Board. SchoolDlrtrict O510i prnper
3351 Apr.12 If TaxVarch of ever t years covering xes previously gaae* and Lquldar. ueso 1 *o70.h Scr.CV05U5 i iN- Section- e! ol said Artlcl* V. :::. Special Tax hoot ObtrUM.: *. _: ,\\"a.. ijd, Wimlotpalno I I I5151u
7. : : 1.5 theRtrfcta.
0---- Internal eombustlblo engine for the grreratloa iectlon at th* Ceturalat lbb.s 545. .greed to and ahall bo submltud hi th I Iclectora i., ,, : ,... fc* be c nty
ALE ii tier without exVpted from Abstract or cojinuations (In *l propel vehicle* a* follows co( the Slato of riorld* for ..,. 'h.. 1>.'" d-'' ..... ...un"'p.U.' C. : C.S; ,P.iTll =
.. I.M aircraft, which *ea5s end aetalne 5 SUCTION S. Ther* i to 11esar tossaiI. 1l1ea"... si at tho ...... 0.be ...- whl.. b. .. In'." ...._ .... School..I.. 11101.!,.. Tkx
r. 3 zen ow shades addltiLt to No S) ibis b* ua4 xoaialveiy par tho lei two additional Benatorlajr DL 4111 .. MId In 1.... 05 5010. ... ,. .. ... ....,..... i .LJ05")
acquisition. oanstructlon. rooanstruoUoi I. know as th* Thirty-dlnthrartleth .000 =..Lbnu.a LeChl".... .h.1I ., .... Los........ :LTh* ih'f!! it Ilie LcJItStat -
mew. otq It; llnen.S Certificate shown In o l Abstract A Hiothl Senatorial DlrThlrty.nir.lh Tim.A .. ..... .... ._1.. ill 1... .ud fro.. .I.hI.
S. Tax SdV repair, operation and anamtonanc* < SECTION 4St Justice of th.. Simrem* .. n'" I" .nd fro. time ... '4P00505
cIte to aIim a. See ArDr -. . ... 1.00 roads streets, bridge end right < Mthl Benatorl4 DOtrIMS I Court and Judges. *t th* Circuit. ,Court*, .... rter. on..' low. _"'... ... ml UWrO.0.n.. 553,1 10.' "IiltIM A I I.IIooo5Cu.al
(0)) t'plo C. each --- -. way therefor or for .airport, or for tti shall consist ol eligible to ...... with ._....".... lunno. d."_ and ......_ function*, di si.54V.. (11110050 !If
Do MrIst ..
Am ..OCII 00-A
a Bldg.. onlncle _. .50 payment of lndebtdnse and tntri Fortieth (AlIbI ; SI,. may Instead of neighing. elect to retlm, ...ton -Co.n', T.. .......... d..I.. .x I S
kept. if tuao-t. 30 thereon Incurred far Ih* acquleltloa In .hleb mis i they ahall bo qualified toontuiu ft.tocI t. II.. ._ : : 1, : '\
: Ise
510. I.e Oh. I
ronelructlon reconstruction, rcpau 0 Mothlna hrasln I .1,._ dl.IorD Ohs to peraorm all of th* function /Ioou.... "01 all... llkew.... _Id. b7 lAme r .
.._. .5. ....., .
roll of St.by
RedViptlorn each -. of IMI dicletlng natorul Dlatrlcta. .. .... _..... Oft tho sS.oooloot
t. Tax operation and malntenanco road Thlrty-elltht ALE .. .. ,...... \ .
$ PIece lectlonV Coun. 1' -.or 1 to
ining room treeta, bridge* nd righto of way then A .pectal all b* call* by th* Chlot. Justice, if H he supreme C ".' "
in sod coo lion. Mans It Current mxes, per Item -. ..- .. .I. tor or tor airport Ol all Stato *xcti fat th* raid Thirty ninth UO Sanatoria, Court Justice, or by th. Senior.a Circuit : .:!.v'!.: :S :.:. t= ;..: ISO. 5,5.00 Olulo, 0000Cp'Sl.V Dbtelcil. 5r.e0.I ROI.0005erd. 'Too 1.r. 1.

Mom collected end retained noon (aaolntor DsttrUt and In/the aald/rortleth taothl Judg of hi" Circuit tt at b* a ....... olth "
: J::: I
-le. C, f eaeepl
*1. Statemenff Municipal other like product* ol petroleum Circuit C.u.tp1001 shall eaverally ;
I : 14. J Main .0,1 .10-c 3.- 'I
to 1M* U ..
aBcs evtstlon fuel not lens than feueenta repvlv* th* aam* rotlrasnamt eompaneatlonas ... U.rt.... d..., oth "IU" d. i
8ept.Mtf Intanglble\ax Hfms ._ __. I." tax per gallon on auch product aid Die If they bed resigned. Upon assign. ....... ..... Ot.. .11I..... wh_ ..... IR5, CollAr Tic...ColIelic .
hi tho CoooO of rl..I1. s. 04 Flop.
iiuo 12. eat.-e- ahall be need by-th* Slat Rood Depart from th i! ment by tha Oovemor to any *thor Clreult ..., .. .__ th. Cou.,' T.. .... soIloot .u Pont, 1ev1nc1 10 I II'1lh ,
Al : w el trailer 13. Matter cx %ted by ( ete.) mnt tor rlat* road purpo.ee U In* sneanar IneO10Ib310 afcantlno.I Dlatrloila tolKSS auch retired circuit Judg* shall "-'- po. ,,"'" t.... p.op..... <.orI b7 ... 50(05. Cn..t1.. C..t7 'f 1 ": f
provided by tow On* cent mar her th. aame Jurladlctlo* and power .f .hlo .t_ Ip
I ( J
t2tW OrlomI Orhoi' DIolcIll.' S 151 "
new 0.5,0.
en. '
ag Tuesday ..
tret .. ..
where matter saaolin* or *ths ther Circuit No SECTION FnrfI. .nd I. ".
for note of %ch exceptkJF snowing tsx per gallon upon as Judge* auch retired T.. Oclosol DI.lcI-1., SO MilierloOlIll... ,.1.e r.
I iiianf im, and I ,.. ...
Sc. avis CO I.
Ge at Cuss Ilk* product* ol petroleum except Justice. or Judge ahall .its required lino. th* County aI
Cu. 31-Oct 1I b recorded' .e --rs--- ------l' U. tlon tul shall hereafter b* Imposed bIh la the rortletashsll : to perform duties wlthour' hi* consent. County of Broword, .... rlorid.. I1.J'\.1.: \: 01i; :. : I
hold )
Sep .. .. .. !
Legislature and th* proceeds retain* ending f Call, to duty :' b.brnIlu.J.dse shall ..U".U taaes 1 I. Ih "mo t.....".. ..... I.w. .... ,ft. tho d, I Ipo
14. Two or more mtlnuataCia, made simultaneously. distributed *mons th* sever*! coujitk first blonds]: eral '0SS7trI Any Jostle* or Stat* CeuntyAc DI.UIcIA .. _... to..o... d"U.. .nd ..... ..._ F .
A : HP. i iI riggs & latter cfarge full price for original and ssib.o4 same le distributed manner a,: and -ireftor Son- who resigned beforethl =Dlsirlcta School Port Dun ..., -: "Oft .. c.,.", T. C.II...... ...1...... I 1 '
amendment become
I ft shaft 1 id wheel. For duplicated certificate Ih* several counties* and used by th sal) Dlstrlcta ahall I em'* within' Ma term* by* filing opesur a *certifl-may .Districts' and any other tat-nt <.....,... 0,10'IIk.oMo: .::JI foe"lii.< ;.':ol'I\: :

demon, Sale< o. Oct 7E and M price tOl' plul ,regtilae Slat Board ot Administration, Ih* Btst term of Four yoamreoresenlaUon : cat*c:0' to do ao with and munlclpallllaa' whos* Iaisasaed .. mo. .... m.t00. -,000t,0t, 000 dl.bo.e.oooO

Road Department and Ihe several Boerdol Ui* Suprem* Court.BOU8R by th* Countypursuant ..T.. .... 5.II .... ..I........ b" .... COWl'" Tn f j r I
charge. County Commissioners a* provided t to th* Unrt pi ,
: l$0.Ib. crater Beetle* 14. Article IX. of thai ponatlnitto to UK, preceding. Section hereof. Cr.501. -,iIRAtc ;- f r
Abstrai : to th 0 .tiop.eonnd. shall at thntlv I
15. Complete but Vflth ju> lunltotloni as The LeglsUtur
$45. NO.
I. C, W eler. 136ad W* ItW, and from Hue u 0noLv'rrnyc '
duration ol auch toxi provided *ui Beaslo* ol : .
Ave. Oct. 7 Print fII plus eoi' gOon rates for items suits; plus funds shan b* *xpnoed by th A JOINT RXSOL.UTION ropoeln( usAodo.ot time thereafter mart law apecllylneCthapower A SOON?0s IOlAlTIolS liJ aAonoJticoO J I
to ArUc" Viti" simS CoNt .
etsto iWto RISOtOTIOK MO lit functions. dutlra .nd ANIlIS Vl limo .
for eompensatlon
Rood Department JOINT *
.1. taxes, certificates, the county aa directed by th* Boar -IT BESOI.UTIOW Propoaing th.rimonl ., 51515. of 0.0 55.1.. 5 rlorldo mI.ile. of deslgnatodIn ''hills. be = by .ddl. thoIblo 'SdllhmIbI fl
I 05.0,10.55 ,4 5nr .. .ftd sic r.:1ccJ.h1;: : : 'to
M: U week lid IMS I el County Commlasionera Uisreoftuel Bectlea 4. Article 111 I ..peventy 051 th. Writ Section and OnlillilI 00 .I.
1 IS. Printed Abstracts, ;M.oo, llutlonof th. SUMo *l norPlsBT 0050001.0 of. ....Q sAdIe thumb. us.dIlM.o shall .._... provide for the collection. r. foe th: 0000 Jfar't.l..J: : ISo '
that to ISo
square delix washIng aaotloei provide .
I shallKoSded'kr'bT bu u..d uodzsio.I1 Ire sic I. .fmsio car*. custody reporth,g disburse' Soc
1 ) Compiling mo for mimeograph charge regn- ; County ed Isles Lucas. Slat otho 4 Florid. ; '
I.. Definitely moss (a L In thla Seotlon County Tax, t nr Mall sam thetor Tax menl CoUectorSBNATI ef all taxes. Collected the Count ;om# : 'ly'ri"LTIttI, :: L'IOISo I j

aeriflb. llMe). Phone lar rates, DI 5 itomer presents satisfactory XeZrepeel or modify aecUoa'ltj, ArtlclIX TH1 LCdtSLA.OF .,. property *g sic County tho purpose LATVNn or S'OS rCA gr rWRIDA( I h '

i we this barfail. Oct. 7 master. of thla Constitution. Thla Sectto THE CTATB Or FLORID AtSECTlOIf of Municipal kKylnsI tames alMs levied County School Slate and I"hr.( AotI-is,V 01 0S0 ='';: I ,
.5 01.0. .1 50005 0.

tS4t th lll wllhMsndmont 'it.- I I401.g
: noses July I. L That 50t3.iDM05105.
baa toka C5'SMY. he' School JOIWT HESOT,DTIOM Kd HIA '
lrfth : .
Ifclmeographlnf: 1 SAdlIsosi' .orOMa 55
b> Multlgraphlg or to Section 4. Artlcl* : = = :: ,
LEi rime ( Florldirelatbig Bpeelel Tax School Districts andMunlclpalltlea JOINT FtKftOLUTIOIf' Propoalntf anAmendnwnt I
Kerosene ol
fun trst Constitution ol th* all* of th* County .04 that .hoI M Article VH1 of th* Con.itltuiuo .
M .
for copies. I '
Bank, Vied only |ne say, tlM per pjke BODS! JOINT msOLUTION F NOA to th* *llglbll .oop.os.tIoS r ot nurrnbomOaneral ied I I County Taa Collector ahaU __ ISo of th* Slat 00 fIo'.... nlillvamanf : :
flit 1M copies.II JOINT RESOLUTION 010 L.IMI505iO IbM. told to*. to of .._. for Mao and I'
Jway at la. See |t Men $171 per nfte for Amend Section It of Article 5 .N.OSSIiolthOO. 1. bsob? asind 10 isA I BS IT RESOLVR BT THE UnUILA- ISO 00110,000 of ...... Q MdIce. there- .' \

lri Sr. Sunday skemoon cents t page fol ach sddlUonsl IS copies. Constitution RESOLVEDBV ot the Stato *f lTUHE VliBEIT 1 0010.II 55 St Fk'vbM.bolIt.4 foe NI the e.tll0.tl.x MmOSOS is 5* 510.o.*, TV... Or THE STATB OF FUMUDAl to 004iU.41 ......... to _.jvlde that to 1QitLq: i
Oring Blostlon Ker. That th tollwlng. Amendment to Ar th* County ot Voluato, Stato ol Florida, 1 ;
7 Martin Road. 1 Oct 7 (over 25 or THE STATE 1M< that I* kaay .... vm ef the Constitution ol the Stoto th* County Tax Aasoseor shall aassss to* .
of Florida rltlv to tho aasssemssw andeoUecUoa property ol th* County for the porpoe* : :: : "
rttelni thConetllutlon
5.lZl oil (None (/th* above t *e financed by us), IT ef ArUcle nortda XII el ralaUnf Ih. Con/lltutlo.duca that Section th 4 Stot of rtortde ahallba Fogil hot I State ol of I
Ih* laiN Btato .. Ftorlda, by adding, OnolO levied. be Ih* Stato.County. ,.1tJI
er togemher wlth ibId..Reatte4 (c) Additional typed Items irs, ete.( regular rates., n at kenby agr d to *nd sha be *ul amended ana o> emended stall lowlCere I XIS.SI aaMIUenal section u .bo known Municipal County School Board School ofa=N'r't:'=- ..t..r=! .1

rat & ezeepi: fen or more Is 4LIle; s. L..lSIsOieb issINhoneseya.Isiisii ae Section u and Section. 14. .be and the DlxtUcll, SoeclaTax, School DistrtcU ...11. .. .. 01 .. '
Call d Certlfig: regular ....., b the and 5004r,0 :
( > torn to hereby agreed to and and Munldpalltls ot County O "- "
J. Jibovt be eerlriea as ef same date 01. *0,41051 ieda submitted H tho .elector of th* Statof that th* County Tast CMItetor. 0.511 *ae : :: ;:..: :'' ': .: '
of th may .. ..... .... : r'.rp \
-p .1k4Il.e.140e5 .ilA1Usi of Reoreeantatl" I Florida tor raufloatlon rejection tho .
and dflivered almultaneo.ly, at not lest than tV 5.5 0 ahan b* duly ejuaullod lcton to th.MepecUv ., at the Oeneral _Ian to bo held onth BE IT REKOLVCn: BT rim t.mtt'lLA.o'tURJI ::: :: ::= I:::
} :
AIRiGesSlatleno Fea- 0 *ounU** and al.trlcta lot tires Tueaday alter the 5,5 1 1to MoR4.. or THE; STATS or FLOHIDAIThai .. I If
SM u.o r In Plopoobsi. 1145. .. 5.lIoeal th* tnltowlsieT. .mndmenl to AT* Sn 0.1
highway | ads
StnartlBos .
In Vrits _, : Sod 115.01 ii r ..", ION II. .. Fesis 004 oEM Jose Veto VU1 *l tile Constitution of the :: I: = '
W7 or apply atlI hell ha W been abstraetlnr Ian titles In Martin County, R.p.Mn0.OOeSS .0.11 Do l.a OMMO, SI tIOrP L 1505. .5 Coosa'. 1'1011. AlO Stat ol Florid* relative to th* aaslisment 710 fliNt osdoc SdsEcij
We th* Countr of Saint Loci.. State ol and 0011.._ ol all te to the .
Station RliJera n>arh. slf e the Count was esttUshed, S August MM. Florida sfc.ll gsaaaa all property ... allStato. County .. V..,..... Btot .. ..Flocioa byddlns ,
IKZ1 eorlldertinl Florida 5054550.gb I .. _'.. School end Municipal thereto additional oaotloM to b*
Will the only eomplet* title iW In Martin Count;. S5. oeI5I.d laaea to County by th* known aa Section U and Section
Ptrdner, able tel.Irmt Our Plant borrower and 5iie. 'mA inIMaot to C. peA 5.4! Stato, ='i-= School board. b* od ISo aam la ,nenby aTd I* .0,4: :
Our servl.1 covers bota purchaser an\seller, lb... O0SI IS aba 00 lOSissi School School. Ci*> ahallb. aubmltted, to th *>>etn> wi
each to furafc accurate neat and ..1 aRSO be SI,. SSaOs0. .54 ..45C Wcto anal Munlripalluea.TM the StaM of Florid. toe ratification or reiectloni : : ,
lender \f ewe a duty U 5551 in000 45 0.. P00 aS use I I. Lsnlslatur* shsB at tile Loor\ at th* t2oral KIcUon to'" .
AL5; Ufte Plants n *1'l As referenees. we iugg\t any bank Judge 4 saMoTan. onevMU eenla per ellis IlaU... .. -. and .. held on the llrat Tunaday fur th* am ... .. .._tore Q .... c.a.
prompt tWice. round Iris to aIMS Urn* Monday "tai NoYomWr, IMa aa fnllowalSECTION '
than tout
l eani Papaya, Boti.lrVl|I. e) 51 Law. The President ef Oil. Company received not regular more eaealon not tor men thuR tea: enlVaad :.r.1L"E la. L Peso and anor Jan.ary :=:? :S? E t
Alto ,.
Philodendron or round tripe tn an* apoctal ar xt eordocsc > Cmsntr tor t, IpM, the County Tea) X nr hi
Ferns P a- In the Arkansas taw Schooled the, Vnlverslty, thai powers fune4rax --Oho County .. V......, ..... .f rurtd. .. _.. 0' orli.. .. _
N. Date and Ftatat1 kgal tfinlng loe 5.me -tloaa=and =un *f Countrto ball WMnl all pnprtyounty 0. .sOils .....ntocl .. .''d _.. 10. th _
1 Tiof w 4. i ainimr. daalsiuitad FaiMraph VI School and Munfetye. taxa* "' !" oball owpIrf _
COilg, 117 Albany. OcC1 c=tirMu tidM=.oA S Dons RIVK-H.omow wo. lie thle Saetlon U, aij ahall _toe, pro kwtad M the County by In* SUM, r.1 .- "- ;......
Tel a A joorr BEBOMrriort rw-u> a;I ViAl by law far IM xtonakm on 515I =,. County School Board Sehool
AGE SALE FRIDAY AU. S AsMndmenl of Section I *t AJrUcla XTEof I raB of Uw Countr Tax Asaal *. Special Tle l biai- Dlatitebl I. A.. pomIlo. ... Ais. ons.saoou.a.
President Phone M \. O. Box 111 0 the ConatltuOoa ol th* SUt *l FOrMS I .. a* taxeo levied by Ih. Stat*. Coun and MuntdpamM." On _let MosslIb is tsby -10
POST OFFICE ARCADB JIM fENNEDY, I telatlns to the Am an..Impel of IRIS Con,. 0. County ached Board, Sehool Blstrtct a. Th* Udalatur* mat) .> Stuart Florida Special Tn515u0..t Dlstrtcla and Mimlo. Season to IHS and from Man t* !If ftII'mIO t _
AND WOMLN8P : 1riil Urn tharoattae hM .Ian epedfyfeig *a* _.. ... ..... .'11... ....
>. BOMB GOOD WORERE5 5 _I 10* SIlO pee'0.1 TURS 0* Toll STATS OF FIJ3P.IDA1 0u'ninNls. L _'... .,.... Mwar*. functlona dutte end oinpeni*- 0.... OnnI of 00. sleW. of FIottdo .0 ?ssoMa.us
We/aWl keen here ever U years. W* will be hoPe omon.w. =ron ld bond, eaad to* prtaak. That toUowln A* sn>tnteanwf S Imy "; c Son o4 County Tax. Aaiaiiiir eoalnaudIn lbs c........ this 55. 1. dee .4 1
tsspnris the : :
FOR MEN. SPUN.0 I oa to* tonto ahnS j.0.a 5S'tilS I Arrtcli XVII al tb* Con Ie:;, ::: t::.=" : rnramph t W thai S.rtlon li, on* alieN.dsoyloes A. RI' ,

BT PRESBTTEKIA5 lies sow opaxVr wMsto I its lo.th oaunty ie wo to aj 0 n s0.le 00 else 55 105140 ed.oo; 11511.. ..... s.Ooo .5OnsiopS.4, ho ahall -.... uns by Inv .*> Ik*) sn.00.nIsN.- p

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I PACE ATE. : [r I' Here Saturday Night at 8:30v : i \'\. '" It .r

span Ad' r.l I ,;,"1.. 1 I BtLLE;: &LADE: COLI-[fitS \ ta

palm : l' BAD 1 WEATHER 1)EFEM stUART SEVEN Tigers Claw Catfifsh. j

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withitaoim ,
J HURTS' DRILLS A seven-wan '"IJnKtl\t i \ ofi 1 To in ,I
sibly I ; i gofers\ jtwM'' ih a ),Mailln, Cuuutj- Pompano;

... I i :Cult acid CoUnli; > tiub\ ,,to Lie--

LINEUP UHSJRE.' faated ,in lcultoUun.muljap\ : { I byU ''LaBelle Here Tuesday 4

t t Hiftil/a'/ ti} \mbr,' 4t[ players) of

i\the *viisI; ( \\Uew, t\Junnj Club: in ARNINO 1 I
'/PMle OliWe' Sunday: l\bcfljOO -- I
The Stuart Veterans footbgth I' A coordinated ground;! offensive that took advantage of the I
1 ;i nW bti aJ't' gaounik, uded brwaltry :
team. dcsplw prACticdo : break
: belt preaentedd exceptionally good early season blocking and *
': ) 1t.Vld 1), ltoln""
cuftaiiod by the cojisJ$entlwcalher wk!I tatPl f stubborn defense/proved the principal facets of the Martha Copntyi i

3 throucn' Beplember\ '' ',or.t\(,'(Most-f''tkdd; :/ i high School 1949 football\ aggregation a* it soundly yiumpedOfeowhobce II 1:

y d early Obtobrr' reaiil !ci It'wjt' lib.* i' '' ) *I 10'-!) here ftllla'litght In an Indian River Conference f
f l day for ',ihc\ T r (tame third I reiuba) when \Ito, I Adtyt Ifae, ij \t
1 aflantl Marauders, wilt' play tam, lfwre\ Jirtned by Sae. imvu.\ .tire;. r Rom, seiwprj; '; after a weeks d'- :
on UhI debt 61 MDm t Packs and t 'for S IGJDEFO'UNO
rr' softool at l ; Mret> ", Davey a ,liar, Satvrday" ; builat\ wipper at the tlubpmu
.:" ...\.....' dot the first\ tiiie this week-end
non'l ague' gear;' -.--. ., ,
"itI't t ad MigdI I it..t.b rttldtVp" S4F"ottt when they: play a noncoutcrenceconit'st
in Pumpana 'tomorrow< \ ( .
I outfit' 'tIiNrJllMtr.t I If' Ita )I :'nn-'f- ; oa HU'i.MGIt\ IjJIilDIAfJTOlVIJ. '
This. foe to btI' TOTHer i
In vain !Ba>ai Saturday' '" tfttht' I '' "-' flight \'
j jI
mad! of sterner stu.f r than !the '
by atfsorblni/ SQ detest. NoHUntat "
a ,, 1 '
.lllltll'ro' pl" I eoU 1 f'1t/ft4./ : "'" '
t 1fa t Unup could bit named\ rode'tbmugh Is t 1 tot l'I it opened with a SO I 'Charles Natlan el McNatt. 33 ; : /
the ". trop{ Ivertlkrt over few Peter and Paul
lot: .Vets W" playw! Seaboard Air Lin Railway bridge j ,
(.tra expected to stilt tor th << ?. l "-t. ThoM' likely v J sw nation damage: we 8lw Qtent sad:wide It rushed St. Ahthony of I.tender Indlantown! for th
\triclud linemen Lloyd ThpntpMB \ : Fre4, yftai** Pith Cihnjiiustotttouay I Fort Lauderdale, : 33.7 so Stuart past three years, was found dew ';

Jr. John N Mwn, John ; repufstd .tail*! WUdli in 111 be Its I Intended third' straight I apparently a suicide victim! al ,
,Henry Avsborn. Ralph W. Hart : hialoylrt.0: I );Ikl 'rya Met t 'I v! tkJl.. I his SAL section house ,resldenci
tfam. it; Fret! tn .Rein. Milton isurrktrpt' 'It\'rn\ ittdloarieetfiRdqlmrl >ai a:!U:','Thu' foe promotes to beT ,'I
; QMitUi: Ransom ft 'l"H\" \ ll, Goon\ tin Ste onlf11'UJ\' *) Potannno contest till \txthv : > I about 5:3d( p.m. Thursday. ,
r James Tucker, Edwiud: 'I11a.m.7r" "practiralty') ) tl" ptV 1Il11.11\1'; (): ) \ Tlw'''' Wit t of 1 three games in\ eight\ State Attorney Thad Carlton] 1
and lames Crews and: b.\ckl' 'r', 11) .,\H i,1 f quid\I: JU. eNd\. f nf< '9 !it(',c tlw\ TMM( 1'11 In an,"Iron-" I(In fort Pierce whq Investigated 1 I
(, Walter Rein li Vturirn! S!"j)" < ta'" 'i ub;,UJi\' lit nut if) per man* Munt The LaBeUe game"'n.dl'ItIJ ,, said Friday all" circumstances I
Jr Jack Hatnu; 1.\Ij"I",;;!" It It (, rl i i !"ir ) IWO weeks ago point to suiCide but Investigation BUILthO
Robprtso: .T \'' 'I u1\ < k<,:', FlI1: i Um( 1 WI,111JI: t : 'u"i4: '? H! j t" I !Ucd; 11"1'< Tuesday nlgbt i Is being continued by his oflce
"Nlrk! Sean( }' J' tnsl. 1 L, .': E WItit! Ol: 1.h'l/ ( ufl! ,Nrn'U'i it u' 8 'Ihi t ci ll\"l'< $ liner on Get: 15 Carlton reported fie was found UBLIe
J f' Wacha. Ion t, D.t. :! i I.,)iru ,n,:! !111111 ,;1 I oytt i, 'at> 13<'.ICh will play here ,,' lying) (im a oed with a .22callbrerifle '
I 'I An outs:in dli :.: ub,'t' 1't'' ?; t tklip t., \\1", Ir"1'; \ ) ?tare) ) ?I\1e' iathil'i I) we:, beaten 21.0 by Fort lying across!! his legs and
r .l Ororfjt: M I..P\" 'itvw ,"O-'f, !' ''"'' t. ,11'I( ( i t il.at. MY\'I( \ ,K Ji i:lor High \last week and! one bullet bole surrounded by ;
pounds In beets :*: I i\:"rti i \\,11 1! \ l'n"1 nl,\1, t.PIC" "s 11.1(1 bL'ZI 1 \Uji P>\nta 0urda tomorrow powder burns In his right tern
bulwark, HOWCVIM Mans "itx. ln,;ht night;{ pie' He was found by Powell' 01.1"1'
.. Cjinh John C. Golden, 11,1. feUow employe, when he failed
b peeled: back from a sumim\ vita f' I
J 1 1'' a in Koyport. N J tuxft, WII", In W 'K.LRTUH1U'; \) M llK'UnI/ naturally\ elated over his\ I to report to work at 3 p.m, ,I
time for the league pptyK-r" In The Siiiii! DtXJAl 1-CBffl;: Up : teams success atta.lNt Okeecha- McNatt was bom in Red' Bay, ,
Fort Lauderdale\ Oct 14' C achc: 't WIn No 1. 1 Fn;, Al I e.iM I a tW'Aen-, l p. nrteithelCK' felt It left much Ala., Sept, It 1915. He U sur j'
i) lit For,. I K. itrtuwjn,,;Jr\. and' v.}'''' ; ftJ! JW JK deslirod ft; swrimw depart- vlved by his, wl,IJe! and two! children -
Bernard Cater and"t,Ba ,Vtr| 'iti i wtn,!'tanltkaaat.tL, ".. let cxliioio ,.*ieitt tend hu spent the week who were visiting in Okee
t wO-known. b"" ebsb{ tanWdrd'lr 4-0 at uulc! pnfc I 3 S'\?\<'* Slid j *nr j jTu I chl>bee at the time. his father, I
hef'f qretd MtNtday ntgti*'' tb I alteftt/Yte1.\ I ;It 'IriWI, '' the j jij\ ) '"vtmttut RiiilntunluunttauniSpt4N two brother and a sister The I '. .< '
1'l ii'dlt1'\t ,,1fM flll'I' I lDadaara I NIlrgp1Nyt"'; % I!' $I> \ body was taken by Johns ,Funeral .' \ )
serve as team trainer' flit .htI < \ ,, t tW ; :. 4C\l\\\ j ,1" ; ; d ,
W IttUlt'O\ dlayofl! ortW\ A Home to Eebrlng for funeial \ ; .! '
$ \ ) ,
season '? r n.1 : Ianq:: n.'t, ,{
'' tT'l ftt.I' Li.e services and burial Tues I I
Adrni slun remain! at SI tor ',i' 11\111' J N\t i t'iJnv' 1 Ilea befit "
I adults but else I i I udcnt prl'l' lout iUII\\,I'd I )'t't 'hlr j w M r 8ftj>iSiffA j"j"M.1.tir e.t."a:; draw' : '0 .see:.del day -.7: : ; : }
( c0"L' '\ .$ 1 .noo ---- ----" ,
i '.1; been reduced \to 35 X"II0111\ i- 1 ; '
: risk will be R. Ml: ltnrlm1: i,, (:.\;ltit.."."; i '" ; nw4uA\. e i .000 ';' ,y>': Property owners w! der building or repairingletner
Jack L: C.,rirmsnMbe\ / t MBhrigley oilhell"tiegOt!\ : iron" tile nt- ; .. n-IC'A: ..UULUrt1 UTIUTY T Y TAX I ; }
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i and Charl l.,., KJmtreU, l\trpQ 4\l.b,l ',,AptIdtIna'f ', .. '{' ,:'i f ;;; \ _,.: 't'done, ; on their properties, this. work i is done by '
'IaY au, Gt'a; p.. ,'1)) 'f, J.fI- ifk .
., ., +w',,'e P'I! I SC ,, \ '
I h I steer i Jt! lIit-* t+s01,1W5,1 NETS' S1.169Reifislon ,, f.I;,:;<:': a contractor, individual rson are responsible fort
j ,
clear Irstr I-1v' ,"" :gbdrnI\ !I\IJI\ )"eeuwl' a .
:: ; RELIEF AY to '' 4V.' umu t i tt, (il.r,4'4lIfl\lnllii'" '! :, ,t 4kee di I n,'FI hse. "" '\ '' '
t J1 '. log: the'h'vrlb\ Ie& +i: ', t ,,env) !" w w Iw'. f.rlo t ;: ,:,,, seeing that the lumber/hi Jcting material, plumbing, '!
: hit 10''
t' t't'I I 'l' the city's
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'II- '
orTacrrt ". :;" ," ". ,';" tire,1 tee; per peat utility, tax September :. r; It''. I electrical rrVtterials
it 'I'tlt,4tp; > teNiiW ( '", ..... .'i: Ct: \ 1041IIt14ftlpit881UllMIllllil7ilJllllli1111: ". '" wben it netted during'on!y $1.- ),3'. wiring acd ill and, services are

nur MMTMap' !i ( !! I ]169.W. lowest Income since .T ', \ f.i' paid for..

t to Mlp n Y etcprl ur n I Ielta ,,,er 7 ; \1 polWhing the teak. pointer\ No 1 1d I oary City Manaxet, B : n.J \: i '. '\, \ I
t a T_ imouU ohRraat't0i \ / f 1
pIdilp.K .nu rare tl+ + '' wrt<* 'fytatteif were ..reported't 'office\ reported) Tuesday It .r :j\1\ J\'i ,
d IaA, era '',,1.11.1, lgym 1 tn? ,ti "eth, $atve Mttauretst''\ ) ,"jI t c "*-ni't rd4jr; decinipn! JIG At the : "B'8! 9> f I'b; ""I' ,,' J '
tout"7nerhl ? J, r std I \\'WJ/ I 1It'lt'! (VNOak) \ \ (t hid' Viar7 j:the,. ntlrp lineup U expected to ,I, imp att!i- 11,'' 'W\ 1.11411't.,\ ; reitim-: \ be,( for 1\,)\ lj,/ .
ready! Itisadlng: J pompano create of $84906 tlxth '
f \ t i iWhMevrf a deficit I '' \
tvlth rho and ", ,1'I' cI a1111\ J (1411''tt'" : ''1\' Ito 8 UHrtt + '/ .1'\ ;i., it" established / '
the contr
Tlseri weak- deficit |to the past eight months.In tors.
I :, I\\: :, 'I) \ |I'< 41
I h fS s t' ? ; Kl ttwai might be Okeechobee'couldn't : this included '
6 expenditure} was : :
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'I m1 1 JIo ; "n "'.I' I n' t find in the deI to the : j
cl's specialImprovements .
many ;repayment f "
:lIJ1W\II", \ ",,c'' ., \ ,kf' St: ,
oj tense foi the visitors It
never : $1300, :
for ou sCnrt : 'a '.'1c, st .11' t' .!, !1.. .., l\\ill"'!,ud! I beyond Stuart' 41-yard line and got 'mulch had been borrowed< to helpmeet : '!" If in doubt,/>e, sure that y request .from your :'

..._ it the i&mltng 1 I. one Pompano i iTUH costs of the city. eurekav- ;
I. : .< builder marked in full". from the
-- "par 1
,' 'H V WIVIS AND i MOTHl\ Ot ': Suave to discover n becsusqIlls I ful condemnltion suit for \IIII! ,,
\\1 CHINKING i M 'rtg rs never had to employ : t to a small area north! of the Civic I f' ":
; : \ AL4"< JI ijJl'S.11' thus; i'':tp<)n Friday. OJwechobee! fl Center'this summer 1 \ t dealers in materials or supplier in ,seryices', whose I
\ m. std Ilse I) t Illnes but only fur an''' The ijeptemlw deficit red ,ced '
'; ...''UIIY Tmated r ,!lit 0.. 'W..,. 0' Mos1ltatsgrlwhirr { ; rvet.rr,> of 26 yards a boot, \the (fund s balance t ti $13321J ;" work or products have gone into >ur structure. This ;:
1 Coot' blip al.0 -- '- ..- -.-. _.... I ,"
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I "\ \1', 6280 Cc .1 A..e wets fur Fh. Ifth 2 H'')a.ttnd ] St.PcIo, ore Fta Cattish punts\ netted Stuart's'lul t ills] pass to Oadd for the extra 1 should be r diSne before toil make $he last payment
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first two touchdowns In the ape-
\ I point was incompleteTwo I
I .end quarter after the first 12 Stuart movements fizzled '. to contractor builder
1 < \lJ your or .
i \ =lIijlilllllllllllll/ il 1IIlltlilnlllllitllitnaltltnlll111111111 IIIIIIt'IIIH11111I1C ,. 'minutes ended 0-0 Okeechobee 'e n the Catfish 35 and 23 in the :\ i ,. :
I 'punted to start the!) second period ;
C ""I', :: third stanza but the next onecovered .
1 f", i GRINER'SI i: and Stuart started its first ;; 57, yards early tn the I i" ; '
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'' not 'as
arning against
drive the
I I RIVEI IDE RESTAU ,. (jisydirt from Catfish I final quarter to close the scoring. ', t' .1 a ,
.42:9tli>e plays later Donald Bow- :: : ,
jh i Bowden! headed It ;
Again and
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f hi!, :: SPECILt MlRIJ LVc'v: DAY :t 'den skipped throuttti lift guard c climaxed: It by plunging from : : ; t reliable .t-but, for the protection of the
Fried Chickt'r 'li'nk 0'b f for 18 yards and the score but I It the i for the tally This time I ''i' ,
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:''I lit COOKr t John O. : L ICS lo't' :he conversion Three plays alter ,
I' I"1 I 1 Tasty, tic''tat iii a i The Titter{ )) roared again the'''' : the sutuequent kickoff Stirartecovered i il ;, 'r' from ale property. -owner. without ,jpa ing off the i
i next) time they got the ball when' Catfish tumble ana .
r a ,
I'' I :: MRS. ALB T 'RINERa I Oktwh{ibtc punted only 20 (Connelly l skipped 21] yards to the I I deale .,.The property owner is then liable);) for claims
d F'yards and Stuart returned 13 to I IIn
visitors' 10 fourth TD seemed
as '

''I ., 'J JVfi: is'' Noarfl'Drier ST 1 It!!'n II C.tilt ,ItmL rule"Hirt II U I.1' 1 I: )U the\\1 Okptchubee titwden passed 47 Eleven 5 yards plays to J f ailed the and making Okeechl but>bee three took pause over 'I I I \ ,'" and *ens' may: 'be placed d against" his. Property to ,:

:' 1 i 1 !'IIIIIIIIIIIIIbIIIIIIIIIIIINIhh1111d11111111ihht'', iItlIL11ilNnNINn11111liHlllllt l "I I Lamar Howard In the end zone Its t. The Catfish immediate :'a'I'' : li '
In sat'i '
r, I l! -- : y swept : yards against Tlgefescrves I I '" :. :'' ,! .the .unpaid bills : 'even though he|may have :,i it

I I West Pa lash of the night but their the best clock showing caught a:, ;' 1"I' :. l paif the contractor, .

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-.2.1. 7It I I ,''i r'p.r' : .:, c tractors t of good standing and beilg
BADCOCK'J *- by sure ap
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fI Y ROOFING CO..OOFINc.aHUT r ,'' cooled' e50 ,eel: I f( t l' 4:;, 'J tlfet. all bills)I and ;claims have: Pi .
taJ k 512 Clemati. *, N01.1. .tt.eel.d e to a ': ; i '. \ f,.' been discharge!.
Yd""e.ln.d goep0t k. ,a ,..etMN ," .\ '" ',. I
4 Furniture a tT.LJUTINGVEnTILATING Il I 1t.n".ple4 b, e "

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Hard Red Corrosi / : IThis? dWs mem,Ja publuhed; : by. Martin :dealers% and J
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Structure Ha timulated a.
Similar Progressive
Move Here ,' '

A credit to the community t4'

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1 << Its ):builder, the new Ar-

thur Dehon, Bldg, is, In the
forefront of Stuart's building .'
march of progress I. '
_ trd1 I ; V V VV % V: Rising at the Intersection ot '' .
VV Belle Flora Ave and Osceola '
5 Ave.. in the heart ot Stuart, the" "
1 hr Sl+ It ap ,.E APPL1ANCCS ASHOMAT AUM18V SIUII JittUIS new structure hap added 15000 ", ;"I :', '
.9w w square feet of floor and office
tSt It #Me ." 1. v! space to the business and prow I: '\
y S tesslonal field here and has had H
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by dollar In encouraging other! I' '
to moves.make .'similar 'progressive

All downstairs floor space it
rented, being: occupied by Ken'v se
the Wash-o-Mat Laundry. Stuart" ''I
Jewelers, Martin County Electric f :!
Company, the Style Shop, Sloc
corns'rugate and Oreenlees, wltMf I ,VV .
the corner store leased 'a 8' F. \
(Continued? ntt ttupm.. Ttuff/Lff/ ,) "
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Avrs' aide showing the several new store locations+ and Him F pver The !biu'lJnig/ now Y. "inipldclx occupitd+ au'rpt
the send!' H.x>r I law oft l'ei of Senates EvUiu. Criiry and city Judge (fur the (large secui lId fl

ongratulation -- ..t." ;. ); ... ?\tI'! ;' '-'' I .trr'P ; Congratulations 1.

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Ii Building You e 1 '

Helping Stuart Gifiw.

And We Join
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tending Compli cnts
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II"II"o. .. by little, l>rown,,cottage? photo) : wm tilleR from (lie. Fliglur+ Ave\tide Just before work st irtrcl 1
You or Your Progressive Irhone I ) and pulilid! restroom. This last November I .

ccomplishmenEDWARD. '

HERBERT YOUNGIS Haney Circle Area Completely: Changed i'

VETERAN Site of the new Arthur Dehon-Bldg at the Circle in downtown room -to- the- new location rewiring !
Stuart la Illustrative of the .wlfl( passage of time and the the buildingsNow I
changing face the town called "TM Circle" because I JOHN YLORC.
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MAPP BUILDER HERE cuss .land. u part 01 me ala so many new residents ,
Cnarlcs A. Porter Addition to the city a crescent shaped are unaware of background the I
right name for "',e circular lawn I R. < ick)/Ashley W
Stuart In ,
platted Mrs.Ethel frontage on Osceola! Ave. op- and beautiful cocoanut palm :
REAL ESTATE and 1 INSURANCE Builder of the new Arthur De T. Porter built a cottage posite the bank, which resulted Using between the bank and the '
and a four-unit apartment houseon I 216 Osceola Ave Phone 104Congratulations
hon I. veteran of 23 Circle It
Bldg. a It The brick house in widening of Osceola by:JO-feet new building Is Haney 1 I'
I 19GAl yean In Martin County, -Herbert maximum He tore was built and named In honor '
O. ArcadeBldj.t I((located, where Ken Custard at the point I
Young of (38 East Sth St? who down the old restroom and built of Mrs C, B S. Haney, one of t 9 9le
I came here In 1929 from Boulder, ,Shop destroyed Is In the by new the building devastating) was a new one In Woodlawn Park the founders of Stuart Woman's ,' ____, _._ : ;
Colo.Young's, Club hose plaque I adorns e'i i
I I' across the railroad 'tracks rebuilt -
hurricane of 1928 The little : I \
Club to- '
first Stuart Job Woman
vas the shuffleboard courts wail' I In the .
brown cottage
served for
with the Browning Motor Com there and moved the old card day ; 1
as It residence for a successionof 1t
pany, and he began to wield the then I t
tenants became the office
hammer and the when
I square of Dr J, D. Parker before YOUNGS MAKE OWN by owner Kenneth P :Younsi
on"tile building of the
employed I
-he moved to his new building on CREAM PRODUCTSHome who assisted by his wife
Atlantic Court Apt soft
4th Street Its last Ice cream
were ,
I In 1930.he entered the building
Mr. and Mrs H. L. Snyder j manufacture; \Is the drinks and the various concoc
field on his own "and I expect
that I nailed on 65 per cent of Parts pf Lot 4, S and.9 were! theme of Ken* Ice Cream parlor tlons made with oremp:8: : '
iTo owned, and \ the second occupant Joining the
city on them were which: became
Stuart tin roofs, he declaredrooay
We Art Iroud located a public restroom< a! of the new Arthur Dehon I where customers may relax The .
His first big job was the [ I
from ,
card-playing house and shuffle- Bldg. when the owner openedfor Youngs came to Stuart ARTHt/Rl t !
] Congratulate A ,/cold storage addition at Olympia where he was employed DEHON
board courts When Arthur Dehon business! last April 28 Buffalo r
Plant and then he builtCfjtItIlWd farmed
Progressi purchased this city property All! products used and sold by In an aircraft plant and ;
I 'W5'1Act I I ( on pngt fuelVl) ,be made, an agreement: to,give._ I_the business are.!made right there near _f! O.1_____ ;
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I !. Voor Washing Done I While You Shop to the second floor of the '
heat( Arthur Dehon Bldg. \U the '
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A \ 1 ; : J\.f'\ doprs' In the Victory\ Ar-:" ,
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cade in February '
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1 PabnWlthJ t : to its new location July 1.; ,
i iaelUi : Roy 8. slate.I\ executive ,. .
( .t.} ,> A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU) THAT :WE, / Vice-president and general man'i@er. :.t',.tC5 ;'.i, ,: .'
Ably_ Olga J. State Is secretarytretsurer .' .Y : .w '
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/ ft .stenographer. flfm compiles ; 't :' ,
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County In addition to writing
LAUNDRY SERVICE. YOUR CLOTHES WASHED. title insurance ItI\ exclusive J / ..V' *>|t '
I I Martin for the S FOR'fUS VISION
American\ Title Insurance Company "'l ,
3 s THE WAY YOU WANT THEM of Miami, approved "
!itractort for theJ. 8. ab"l DOGGED TO ACCOMPLISH
f ; I went of Justice and members
t tI : the Florida Title Association I '
American Title Association. WHAT HESETS OUT TO t?>6, WHATEVER THE

i : I ANBattery of 10 j stractor States,.16 who Florida'has for iteen 25 an ab'j i,

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and spent! t<#, )y years with AAF M.
Intelligence In?".orld war II. ,
AutomaticNDIX I j
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Senator Evans Crary of' '
,4 I the 12th Senatorial District an i
; ; I gttornry In Stuart for 21 years > ;1 */
,, } ) following his graduation from ERALLY' .BOTH WITH l IDEfAS> AND
: University of Florida In June ENERGYI
'I! Dry Dry 192T, (occupies: three-room once* I
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"I t a.,, :, j I It Weight Washing MachinesC. Weight I on Arthur'the Dehon second Bldg.floor jot' the new TO WORTHWHILE CIVIC. PROJECTS. ))1:

", '\ ,\. .t I ney Senator for the Crary Count, who Commission Is attor- .S % > I

.,: 1 was >'lartin County Representative :, HE'', HAS''' A LW: AYS.: RESPONDED WHEN I
I i ) td the State Legislature-for .
1 ': ji jii IJ five terms 1934-40. and was i
!' f +,n !' I Speaker of thl House In 1945. In CALLED UPON TO. DO"HIS. SHARE AND )
)944 he was elected to a'feur.year -1 \
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\' t. ; R. HEISfyEY, Mgr ,offices, ,into which he moved June 1 1I MORE. t,, ,. '. ,I.1"., : I,,,.f' "., :
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T11 : I main office and library.:,.Mrs. :. ::": :
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1 ,Ruby Brown la employed a* secrelary : .: ; ,
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and starting fate this It'i"1:
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:. ,f : HAS ,NEW OFFICES, '" i. .)
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LAUNDY. Occupant of | two-room office .
; I An the south end of the second .. ",,,,11..1"; ": 'x 11
floor of the new Arthur DehonBldg. : \

I I i Arthur Dehon Bldg. ,Phone 364 lllF''Dyer. \Is Municipal.a lifetime Judge resident Harry of THE '-STUART-NEWS !
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; 4 Stuart Dyer who has been practicing .
I t taw here for 11 years, moved t

t ; "" .. .- -- -. --. ..... ...--.-- -. He Into has his ben new city location Judge June for five 15. -. ,.
: 1 1r terms with the fifth .to end next
I month. Be served! in the Army( I
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Father in Real Estate :;'
Arthur M. Dehon, 99, builder .",
and owner of the new Arthur it j,'
: Dehon Bldg, 'was born In Atlanta ,
Y and lived with his.famll, '
: at Bpartanburg 8. C, for 18 f ; ;
years coming to Stuart to CO :: ,'I';
Into business with hia lather In I I

P 1835. f. ;,
Theodore Dehon had come ,; ,
here In 1923 entering the real ;
estate and Insurance business t
a ud ++ His ton "took to real ''estate ,;,. i :;
tMW like a duck to water and Tor the ( % ,.,1. ,
pu( 13 year has been and active participant In the ;
\ area' business life and develop i.
M. ( ment.' ... .1;.. i\," '
A Klwanlan, director ot Stuart \!
'f Sailfish Club and Episcopalian, s ;
p .,r wi v Arthur Mlddleton Dehon Is related C 4 .. .}
on both aides, ot his family :: ,1',1'I: \I::
to Arthur Mlddleton one ot the ""
signers'of the Declaration ot In- / '"
dependence.!! The' historic, tore.
father, who owned a beautiful f ; t I
estateMlddleton Place, Charleion I'I''
'1 ..: : -and foe whom the famed : ': i. '
Middleton Gardens are named.+.. ..
was Imprisoned along with two I"
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other; signers, Edward Rutledge .. I,, '
ind' Thomas Heyward, *r, at .. '(
historic Fort Marlon, St. Augus ,A 1
ha line, when the trio fell Into the : ; t '
"s lands of Loyalists during the }
Revolution. (
Arthur Kay Morgan daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.Charles Morgan of Chicago t"

For the many expressio of conmendation from children, in,1938 fiondra, and 9 they, and have Arthur.two M '

individuals and the commu r-at-Lirge on the com Jr?, 8. Mogan. a noted architect .. '

pletion of this,new tructure.X St.and Wright Lucle associate designed Estates of their Frank home Lloyd In IT CAN BE. DONE ..I'' .,:

To his credit here Is the building -

Speaking most sincerely, .k this large is fin- the of purchase six: homes and In remodeling recent years;.

uhed without a feeling of t prid nd'gratitude-pride erly the Victory known Hotel as the building Peacock, form-Arcade THE ARTHUR DBHON BUILDING. r rt

.that an i idea was carried thro h to accomplishment at a time when Jt was regarded : I

and gratitude to all who coo ted to bring. it to ,, and had as been a'"white turned elephant"down by "100_ IS R OOF ,' '
many' buyers Working as ahusbandwife" T i ,
reality Y
team, Arthur .
and Betty back Kay Into brought circulation the building and- ."..;.v OF THWACT THAT b t, ;';

', .;'Th building ,was'sTarted&because I ,felt that ,
new. operated H successfully a'hot* '" "' ,- '., i
there was a pressing ,need or-add Tonal business and. and Young efficiency Dehon apartments was then inducted .

office space in the grow'g City on Stuart. Through for Into 13 months the service, being and served first- New Business BuildingsCan }

the years both my fatherJand myselfthave always had stationed at Camp Hood, Texas
with a tank destroyer unit. After .
faith in the.possibilitiesjof Stuart anti Martin County basic.ra1lllnl, he was assignedto

and have done our be/ to"'encourag\ many to build made a training supply sergeant.cadre and later,

.He sold the Victory Hotel durIng -
and develop. b continued the war and to Carl greatly L. Bess exoanded, who Be -Buittln This Period :

the original Improvement pro- .
The response b Stuart business ft> this modern gram, and the building Is nowagain

structure indicates to me, at least wiat this need ness centers.He one of.Stuart's. active bus! I,

has been but partl met Stuart will grotf only af more redecorated extensively the Edgewater refurnished built and WITH ,, ,

people ire Willin to invest to provide ne additional a parking lot reinforced 'con-
crete dock and put in shuffleboard -
space. This I believe to be, one ,of the p%mount opportunities f'to for guests, heightening J'f'

in Suart. at this time. ,' of ouse.the always th popular and apartment character CAREFUL BJJILDlftG ;;'f'I

.' In 191 his father built the ,
Stuart lia only. started to present Theodore Dehon building "j'
t -setting an example the son I / AND Y .:' I IEfficient ,:
. wu to follow seven years later, ti ,
ection and using the same builder, I
highway to the western ofj
With 0new Herb Young:He also built the
the countj&now nearing completion, this ,cik can be ... 1'. O Thomas home on the" St.
Lucie that lame year. .Slperoision oV Construction
the,shopping and buying center for all Marti* County. Both elder, and Junior part- ;
nera In the realty firm have"always i
Our population is increasing. Our buying |ower isghining' evidenced a sincere desire /
to i Improve Stuart's real estate ,
and d. "
farms ranches are <
s, new grove picture and to help Stuart growIn '

developed.. mannet.-I a believe modem that'and there substantial are opportunities A RECORD OF ""CONSTRUCTION: u i;, : ;

all around vs today,*,
'the building of direct bridges to theft ocean,
ith Arthur Dehon said when Interviewed ? '

bea our resort possibilities will greatly expan This r and some today.financial: "With backing confidence there OF WBCH'TO BE'\ ROUD : J 1! '

ect t alone could double our population with i five are plenty of chance for growth .
pr "
of the Individual who build tomeet ; K '
y r. of its completion. a need,,"' !
,The Dehons have1 been Instru- ,
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mental In a number of development t .

',I hiehtion these things only to urge that all u. ot moves which here was, the the most purchase'recent I NEW ARTHUR DEHON ,B ILDING J' ; E ', I

ork wholeheartedly for the community good to gett cf 1 $t. Lode river frontage by 1
1torace 8. D'Ambregto who t to s it
.. ose things accomplished which will back up'the Anfidencc -, II bulling the Riptide Club between : '
Snug Harbor and St. Lucl .T IE THEODORE 1
.. invVst : *
build and others to .
of those.who Estates. ,' < '.
,and build also. "" They handled' the property 't ., IE' BARTLETT ,BUILDING f t ,
transfer-which TeWirted tn< stabishment -
of'Crane Creek Ranch PUCE )
r ., & HARRY'S BUU..DING.i : .
r near Palm City by Wlllam Mathe- .
.. son, consummated the sale when I., '
.ARtHUR M. PEHONTHEODORE Harry Hoke bought the site of fBQZONE'S .
Ocean'' Breeze Camp at .Jensen .. \ '
Beach,-the purchase the At- .'
lantlc Court Apt*. by Wells A. Currently: Engaged In Building:The Riplid 'ClubERBYOIJN ']
; DEHON & SOi pplncott and 'associates, and,
the Post Office Arcade fcy Lip 15
plncott, 'the purchase' of Sun- r l
rile Inn' by 'Andrew Berkey'. of
he Key Club, Chicago, and the /
purchase of the Snug Harbor .J-:
acreage by group of prominent :
Insuranci Chicagoans. -
Real :Estate I- 'Optimistic as to the future, ,. .
Xsbon said; "There are still a
umber'.ot talid business pro]* BUILDER;
.1 Y Qcta needed by this area and Iwill
f be more than willing to dlef -
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i I seriously contemplating going 639 E... 5TH ST. PHONE 294 '
Into business here'even to the
p extent of helping line up sound
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MORE ABOUT Snug Harbor lot Max Reynolds!!, member of the firm pf; Theodore Held up a year because of tie e I MORI ABOUTHERBERT HEISLEV'MANAGES CONTINEKZA RUNS 1 the .Oughterm4 61

of Ormond Beach.Approximately Dehon* Son,who saw the press Federal priority regulations NEW LAUNDRY' FIRM NEW. JEWELRY FHMStuart's 1941 and snipwatcunatef
12 1 2 INTERESTS additional business construction, started last Novem YOUNG
need for
3,900 square Log
ber and WM finished June 1, ,. ,Something new In the-way of fewest. jewelry busl- apt
feet of the M<:ond'Cloor U still upace-and created It himself! Joaeph,
r Those Who helped to build ))1 whg y
--tat I II the Stuart Jeweler which
work II I the wash-o ness
} i Continued( from Pagef> I available for partitioning Into when others were reluctant to were Frank Hale, who-did tie e; Continued front Pare") laundry and dismood NtinI'
FACE I ICUD offices or for a large meeting enter a difficult bonding field! roofing, Mark Smith painting the Pressel, Bldg., Theodore Deboll" Laundry managed by Charles I 11 owned and operated by Sam In this trade
j Stephenson of Port ewa1L Up room. I It also represents the building Hobe Sound Electric Company;; Ray Helsley for owner 1 F. Continent and ws* the first years, ice tea
\ The
; ; itaire are the law office of The building occupies lots 1 isKlll of Herb Young, whom De- wiring, Oritfln-Ecker, For I Bldg. Arthuf Dehon home. Stephenaon in the new Arthur firm to move Into the new Arthur pUm M br
AT'Y' I State Senator Evan Crary the to t of the Porter Addition with bolt credit With solving many Pierce, flooring In upstairs of, T. T dugViterson horn and L. A. Dehon Bldg. Dehon Bldg. last' April. tor far 17aii w
yaw office of Municipal Judge t14.feet frontage oa Flagler, 70 ''I difficulties and efficiently supervising flees, Segerstrom's Plumbing &I Pressel bome.t Opened for business July 1, The business was opened In and also handy
A \' on Belle Flora (Indlantown a major construction Machine Shop, plumbing both t In his list of building accomplishments 1948, the 'laundry ha 10 Bendtx Empire Una whirs h1
the Abstract *! Title
n' Harry Dyer Road) and 140 on Onceola opposite -I'Job In a time of short materials for the building and for the i all the automatic washing machine in manufacture 'piss
::1rA I Insurance Company,. nd office the Citizens Bank. > I and scarce labor. Waah-o-Mat Laundry 'Easi topped by which In a short space of time hour are 7SO-tJO: : dally Heialey moved here troy 7
: of F, M. Rlek an. contractor: It represents the driving power j Having complete confidenceIn Coast Lumber Company?, buildIng -: latest structureare; five ,..residence !- 10 ibs. of laundry is washed and served 41 month lit the .Ittb, Ohio,after Sam wnsi
Wcthl '''who came here front ,Daytona and will to accomplishment of my builder," said Dehon, "thlsI material and millwork, Dun', for Arthur 7 pehon. garage damp dried. Helaley also hu Army Air' Force in World War' In the Nary, B
cll I' Beach and la now engaged In \ Arthur M. Dehon 39-year-old I i entire was accomplished tile Company, septic\ tanks Fort, -the Bartlett Budding and baskets and clothespin for tale IL Mr. C. R. Bellamy.1 ts employed over eas, Jewelry'
__ "J building a large residence_at_Stuart businessman,_ junior without JbfO: contract. Pierce Glass A Mirror Company,r, Bruce and Harry' biillding a to facilitate customer. Open a* a clerk at the, laundry. fund by One tbep d '
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I Pierce, concrete block and steel, "
I II signs. BoxwelL Sign Compan y Smith, an apartment for Mark ::"i 1 ': .

and King Signs, and supplemental Quinn, Jensen Beach the building -! ... .
I \ building material, Casa Lam-, of Martin,County Jail and a "

ber.The buildingla modern )Jn present addition to Xhfe structure \\Ii ;" 1 i'

every respect, Is fir resistant, work on which was started '
I 3 : CongratulationsARTHUR and storm proof--excepting'ol: Monday the remodeling of the. .1 lowers.: : ,
s's'r course window breakage. One of Orathwahl residence In the Bes .
Its most beautiful features U
f I sea Addition, and a current project
the plate glass window installa'Lion
I the building of the Rlptldo M '
/ on the ground floor. Modem "
; Taej aluminum-framed windows are Club, which will\ have 4,000 square
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; i used In the offices upstairs. feet of floor space, a swimming
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Outlets for Installation of exhaust pool and adjacent cottage The i
I fans have bee;\, placed main structure Is to be UJ fret And -
through' the building but the : .
DEHO ; long by 40 feet wide. 1 Arw
: I tenants have not'as yet found ,Young and Dehon together I t
need for them, Dehon old.I designed the Arthur Dehon Bids.t .1''I
s" i I "I have a natural let ling' of : 1 ls built I of steel reinforced ,
,,pride in the completion of this I
poured concrete and Concrete ildren Wear
building and want to thank all block Vnd should 'last coupleof s -
beautif'I\ I, I who helped. Dehon stated<, "ItI lifetimes,*according to Young 1 I
I 11 an example of, what can be 20 employed'
About men
On hi* sa. Fi ld. :He done by businessmen In our own On the project j Young. !stated, j ': ., .
i :, town, to develop Stuart and help
He 1 la known for quality building '
fam has shown faith and onfidencein Stuart's Future. ,,,* our town\, grow," eSLOCUM'S standards and "on the Job super. of finest quality
\ which
vision" of all projects otv
.. '; .> r'r' : : BUSINESSES I IS IN TWO ONE he ha1 embarked: and'haa a .
1 reputation as a careful and efficient
builder -
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'. Two businesses In one are From the contact which I '
D.V.- WILLIAMS owned and operated by the SJo- have It 'appears that there' 11 1 '
cum in the new Arthur Dehon continuous building I prgram' coming '
Bldg. on the North Colorado Ave. ,up In Martin County. ,' he said 's
side. The Western half of the this morning. SLI
STUART\DRUG\ store U devoted to Infants' aud lid live with his wife and ,
d, ORP.It children's, ready-to-wear clothing daughter, Betty; JD. A son Paul; ,
while the other half U'devoted who was president of ,Stuart' I 4
to Stuart's cole cut flower Jaycees now In Wichita, Kan. I M
I d \\Rexall and potted plants business. employed in an aircraft plant

J 1 ,, The 5/ord/ Slocum Slocum's Charles, owned Slocum by Everett and t. A at daughter Fair Oaks Mrs., Calif.ATTRACTIVE E. W.. Hall, live 405 Osceola Ave. W Arthur Deleon BI

Mrs. Blanche Slocum was open..
?," ed Dec 10.1'47.'on Oeceola Ave. -
near the fire station and movedto -------- -
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its new location July I, Mrs.
Slocum, who I 11 assisted by her -
Dr. Talmadge Wilson emphasized
mother, Mrs, Charles B Fowler,
/ need attractive
the elt,* for an-
I librarian for the,Martin County basin I
dock and yacht
Library which 11 1 open dally 'from the
that could be financed
2-3:30: p.m. except Thursdaysand tax at the
cent utility'
RoySVates 10-per
y Sunday. Mr. Slocum attended noon meeting of Rotary at Chls- ICQr1t atlaiiions
the New York School of holm's Sept. 29 '
Design\ and has had t
floral experience Dr. Wilson described the attraction -.
Executive Vice-Prceuiont .with flowers IB New of the dock at Bar Harbor 77
York City and West Palm Beach. Me, where he and Mrs
I Charles was in the Army Air Wilson vacationed this summer
i'1-' Invltesvou/To/ ? Force for seven year including and pointed out the advantage
', \ ",' ';':*,'''' VI month oversea, and U agent of atmosphere and longer &eas -,
I \ here for the Independent Life n that Stuart has over that I, It .
? "COME UP AND GE\&CQUAINTED-" and Accident Insurance Company city that could enable u* I''
1 have a slnilar'attrattiod.' Such I ''ART '
t Everett Slocum U now working a dock would mean many more
't E At the OfficJLf > m the ..plumbing business at dollar to Stuart and Martin \ t s"9:T1 tl r,
Miami, but expect to return to County 'merchants by topping
Martin County to grow flowers considerably more C. 8. J traffic : nom ,-" ,
/ \ which will be marketed through during the seasons Dr. Wilson ,
the store sold' ,. lyr! : ,

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RIC ER' MANAGES' : I FUCATE-CREENLEES \ iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiii/ a newspaperman Is certainly ers jump from hotel l. Windows "come the PUiecr&U to the\ fold SISTERS OPERATE

i Too Late 10'CLASSIFYi"erat" of the first water and as while the true, Democrat pic- What this country' needs \U more THE ST.YU SHOP .
e' Martin. county : each would be entitled and better i iSisters
j to membership feted the convention hall dragging political parties andIt --
any, founded In the I .' I and by Joining ,now It red herrings behind them. looks as though the Plxlecrats Mrs Troy U' Dotl t an< i
i.by Arthur M. I {Would give hint an opportunityto To insure a genuine democratic have as much U not more to Prances Hlbbard, own and operate .
.\011.12\ Interest I' : seek the presidential nomination atmosphere for the event" we offer the country than any ot the' Style Shop another rela
nt part of the 19,000 I By RUSSELL KAYIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIiIIII111IsIu111IhI1d1 on a "United We Stand,Pro. could forego the use of traditional !- the others at this writing lively new firm In Stuart whir
ace i in the new / !vided We Can" platform "Red White and Bl .a" Lets go after their national 'moved five weeks ago M tea
BId. : Newspaper folk?, ULIcU\a.r111\ I Then vile could arrange for a decorations and substitute "Red, convention and hold' ft In the \ultra Modern location in,
came tinker the !' oa.e whose duties keep them In 'Wide-open 'free-for-all debate, Black and Blue;" red for Pepper, firm district, hew, Arthur DeMo Bldg, ,
tin February IM7 of contact with pol.tlcs no1 holds barred and winner take black'lor Wallace and blue' for KIM3AJ: PLEDGED: -- The shop wa opened. \ '
slier who moved. ,,, / d politicians, grow callouacd I cll, between Pepper,Dewey, Wal- Truman. Thurmond of course Pressel Bldg in May 1H7> IIi'
f time from ... the mouthing of those who I lace, Thurmond and Truman, would remain colorless andDewey Gainesville, Or, 7' Alwm C, offers nationally adv
peralA the business, J j themselves 'statesmen I and we could attract national could hang a rainbow Klmbal ot Smart pledged Sigma lines ot ladle ready-to-
Denon Bld|.' i ; do not vibes w itMany, great 'attention to the event by having over hU headquarters Phi EplJllon I I Fraternity as one garments Both owners haM
t; from the new site, ree of alarm the rise or fall I a couple of Russian school' teach Personally I'm glad tq wel- of the 656 University of Florida j in this type of business for ]
a political party, Even the I J _. .__ --.---.- -. -J students pledged by the '22 social I years wjilch enables the>* (4offer
I of new parties Jails to fraternities. .here. last week. .. experienced. services f'f
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them to a point of great I'
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They ha\8" followed the gams I t
"his" and "outs." listened to I CONGRATULATIONSArthur : + 4
oratorical thunder of the 1
AMONG THE ,." and between yawns I I Congratulations'a
to assemble items ac .. ..
to hardbolled editors as ..
I CL = even, though the I i ..
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who gather and prepare
Nit material ItD What\ they y
I dealing In BO per cent pure I II
and blah. ',' :
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EW\R I CONGRESS, DEMOCRAts," "DEW BY I'I'I \ on. ) on :-
I I DEFENDS MOS Your Beautiful New :
% have becpme so common Beautiful New uilding ,
I compositors in newspaper I y I M
We thank yo ,class them with such Business Building : 4
I The only thing that keeps the We & leased to the'fine \ :
I day newsman from go 1 wer< > jhstall edit ..
o stark staring mad \Is his\ keen t
of humor and that prob floor coverings on tBe second floor We rurni :
'I accounts (tot the action of I
group of Tetas newspaper boys and invite the pfople of Martin ."e. '
I.; .forming a new political party .
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:, their," own knowp.,as the"Pixle- County to w>spe'
: I Weary of recording the antics I II installations! I K .w a
f Democrats, Dixiecrats and aU I I InstallationsTILE. '
I 6ther crate, they let them-I I .. I
go and announced: to the I ..,
rld. the forming of their. new : "

I The purpose of the organiza ll
which describes Itself as We are aIIA glad to give estimates ...
a political party, Is. em .
i ,) t :In the charter which sets on aawtypV of floor cover* 4O''
that: ; t
i "This 'corpulatlon' U formed 4 ing job.GRIF. '
I no good purpose, for! frater p
: l, educational and for no pur !
whatever, to wit: To foster .
kindred spirit'among, us. for I ..
.Ii education l and erAlghtraent I I ...
the downtrodden masses,.the' I I. L. DECKS! 11' I"'
and the Jackasses, by 1I x F
: into the fold all nonparti, I IN-ECKEklnc. i'
: all nonplusses, all non- Phone,27-W
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I, )Who ascribe to.t ttw '" r 1 \ J
P. 0. Box 936
II:=, "United We Stand, Pro, ,
We Can'."
I It pledges full and"unqualified 900 South' axle Fort Pierce, Florida Everything in Concrete .: ,,

to any party that serves .. I ,1
drinks and extends: mem .....-: ,
to fill Chats, including -
Dixie.,Hypo, Aristo, Tech .
and.. Bureau ,
Directors// and Post Office ad
given 'In the charter, ,
bears the seal of \the Sec {
of State, ((given at ,ud. / 'Jj
), Include Wick Fowler
o Roy Grimes,'Austin; Ed UMBER CEMENT
Dewey headquarters, (lit !
i in Texas); Bill Carter and ,
Lloyd, also of Austin ,
The charter further
1 the capital stock. of the {! I
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: )' In fifthS AND ALL MILWORK.

: It is feported that interest In .
new organization is spread- I
( Into other States wlttt the
rapidity of a forest fire, and I. '
Imagine there'! art a number of \,
Florida newsmen who would welcome FOR THE BEAUTIFUL JEW '
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an opportunity to start a ,
chapter this state ,
In that case (113 full bottles, /
according to the- by-laws), It 'I' 1.
might be possible to bring the ARTHUR DEHO BUILDING r
first[ eonventon of the PixiecraU t /!
to Florida, particularly since J
Texas Is dry or reputed to be. u
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i ;L, ,(, r I 8 1 + ]1190 Per ,Cent of' Fires Can Be "'Prevented; Experts!

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I' Bv J P. :BLAKESLEft had more than M,000 school urea Door.: ..houlP!\" I\ outward being .1)0e4) ,by0 -...;

' PAGE I It will probably take you Luckily most haft occurred(! and all door or windows within j I Over area treat) Ltd
; minutes to peruse thl. artlcl when school wa not.ln session 10 (.t of fire escapes Should be panl. FIre drill of 's
CUD In that time fire In the Unit* Fire drills ,ihopld be held twice equipped with wired (lass in i.udttorlum art, 4

Con ratu.latiO'ns. i[States proximately will have 15000 destroyed worth: at of- a month and they should be of.' metal frame There ihoul l be afire 1.\ sprinkler ays'teg 0II1be?lllili!he

,praperty Pause to think: i In j the. obstructed type that is, In extinguisher 'at least every safeguard' ''UnfortlUlaw
span q minutes more! value burned than one drill\ an exit may be 'blocked 100 feet and ,In,th. auditoriumand few of our schOOIa hu..,..
Palm i most\ people make In a year," off as If cut off by tire Then' In manual! training; room slot Ae stated before a 1IuiIdh
With! have no figure! on the amount an emergency; students would more than $0 feet, The peats in I no mtents. 11relll'OOf1l1att hi l
I of live lost In a bute of exit. Drills Frequent the
year know other means should be fasten drib!
tacill !f send up In wasted smoke/ more should be a surprise and never the'auditorium! make than $500000000 a year in fire announced. ed to the floor a*,1 loose, chairs .
ii. 'loss**,
Its tell the Doh ta ot ,
easy '
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1: fire NPVf'nLlon"much easier to,I "
l' be critical than to be corret .. e j;
p + + ;''I ilding Is a;DemonstrationConfidence'in and the Don'U 'of fire prevention 1
; droned over and over again,
Stuart ;* make awful dry reading/ ;. we must ,
admit. When headline blat \k ',
I Congralula ions
3 f.' ;; ind Martin Coupty.? ; V; f Fire acroM bj the Chicago paper," Boston"Big ,taSa Nlfjht'!) ,

,I.' I dub Fire' 400 Patrons Burnec,
f ;.Trampled or Suffocated'" etc,
i' these are avidly tead This" \ ARTHUR DEHON
I I I could have been, prevented. L:; "
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Congratulate the ; I act expert state that. 90 pe '
rent of all tires :can be $pre- t

I ; t,; : Builder and 'Extend Best ". Tented The ,man, ald' *It couldh' FOR YOU CONTRIBUTION OF THIS MODERN BUILD.

Wishev to. the Business and I happen ,here this Is a. flee-proo ,
;building," We have a undent);', ING TO STUART
h Professional l Firms Occupying to,speak:At' certain buildings e i.j
fireproof( perhaps it U nnlshec ;
Th' New Structure. ": !and lined with wooden 'base MODERN CU OUT ,AND GOLD LEAF SIG/4S ON T
.. ;p board, floors. doors,, plus curtain -j ;
and draperies ot a combustible I II
I nature The' building ; BUILDING BYe .' <:
; ytr,; 'do not burn down but they have
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1 I r ? "A? I burned out !mate with, a large t_
; \loan of life building Is no moretlrcp.ciot
I than it* \fontentsNow I '
; I for some doftts, Dont '
"t lighted matches. I
''ls throw away '
+s + I cigars or clgarets The ashen ',
from that. pipe should be out
:Stoves should not be left burnIng -..: 1 LL
+ if I' [ whllt one goes to town /
I Never plnce pennies or tin foil .
Invest 'In Stuart A nd Mfrtin County I behind a burned out fuse No 1
,,smoking in bed either. Accumulations -';
of papers, trash and oily
I rags present a fire I hazard All j NE9N SIGN I
:exits: stairs and fire escapes '
;i should bit kept clear. Be sure' I

? i C.B. ARB0GASTReal I the> door to the tire escape 1s RAINS BLDG. % PHONES 365 or 111Congrcxt
open In the Triangle ShirtWaist
w. : Fire In New York City In
i 1911 inor* t than log girls were
b rt burned to death or Killed by

+ t and ,Assocufes : lumping out of windows because'
I the fire escape doors were lock-: f
ed. I hive even heard that some
hotel lock their tire escape I
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Jh doors at night tokeep, thieves
l Estate Waterfront Pjperties I Insurance I .
ir, :from robbing the patrons Somegirl.
I '"' school lock: their after lq ions
., I tours Mao in Our hurricanes fire ,
Citizens Batjk Budding 'I) .. \ewsapa doors have been batteneddowd I ,
r *o)-th t one. needed,; a crow <<
bar to get out 11 t'
'II> The danger of fire is always
,prt?<>n To illustrate1 this, fact !
xp one Insurance agent, when asked I '
S ''ahe6 he considered a perfectlire ip" i\\
risk, replied. 'TJlagara Falls, 1 ARTHUR HON
with Its tons upon, ton of water I

kb I which mighty continually precipice,flow surely over"that this : ;:::': :: ;,;, '
risk! Yet
must be a perfect fire r
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ryf I i war and modern Industrial developments ,;; : i I .
have produced fires "'I '.'< ::11if: ; l'"fr. '
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cannot quench '
A TORE that even water .
If your clothes catch fire lay HisNew Buillinl Shows
down ,and roll over and over to : ai+, 'I (
put out the fire; Try to keep cool { ": ', '
: Faith in the |
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and not lose your bead. Fear .
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I kills more than firs In.a room ,rtJ ,: '
IN A full Of smoke drop on hands and ,: :,,\,;,..!, of Stuart' ; ,I''
W / knees where the air Is better and i :\: \ \: ; ,"', ', ,...f
; clearer,, as products of combustion ::;J :, '; :
travel 1 upward. It trapped In
'. a burning building never Jump \ ,
f Modern Buildinf except as a last resort Firemen .
will be there with ladders or
ropes to rescue you ,
f y I Should .a gas or oil ''stove ex- "
1 plode In your home hand fire
Offering .. extinguisher! wlU ordinarily put '
It Out In the absence, of this asack ANT
JeuJell of flour or sand thrown on RICE S -RE A
I will da the same; If small enoughIt
of Quality 'blanket can be smothered, .with, a. e

I' We should be extremely careful
in 'the big outdoors. Douse
I I those campfire and watch i
F'' those dead matches. Every year

an. Distinction i, we our,burn wildlands.hundreds. ,of acres of .

a' 'SI In the past J i8& years we' have f
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Business activity in Florida
teas 14 per cent.,,greater during
the first -eight months of this
HIGHEST QUALITY year' than'during the! same period G
; of 1947, the research and l & SURVEY!
Iy W TCH AND CLOCK REPAIRS Industrial division of the Florida ..
State Chamber of Commerce .. '. .
"' stated* yesterday In lls, weekly -- .
business review

1 f,;' ; "The center State showed six leading a gain banking In : t. ,, j '> '", ':

: : : total! bank debits of '729, 37,000 Regilered ,
l : and reached 18008813000 for I
4 : ; the eight-month: period of 1948 ,, I r .tl"''\'':si(\; '. ,
"Banky debits are charge ', :
: igalnst individual accounts and 'r Flor' Certificate'148 i i '

Furnish 'the beet single indicator ''I. Ps,. : f ., tiX F
01 business activity, Florida ,
1' trowlB and seasonal variations RerMtered t Surveyors
well be charted .
a economy can r e
e terms of change In bank ; I.f'.
n .
a leblt totals' Interestingly,'bank FI d. Cer i t." 2 'A 665
STUART JEWELERSNEW lebits In Florida leading citiesnoeased ( i
71 per cent, 1943ihrough
: 1947, The comparable -" '
I. latkmal figure (omitting the OFFICES IN"T" BUILDINGq ,
''elt1 of New York) was 45 per .. ,.
*nt" ,.. ,4.>
t ARTHUR DEHON$( BLDO The State Chamber stressed j .

hat "these }tabulation are not .
k i !djustdto offset the. Inflation

m {, W. ,OOM Wednesday,Afternoon of the...dollar"...... PHONE\'\' 387 'fv

Keetf Florid Qree"n*" *o pineTolperiq ,

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\ THE STPARf' NEWS STPABT, MARTIN .t'otrim', ftOltroifHtmPATT OCt, 1t Mt -:---- PAGE .mit,.

there .U a human be,. but sympathy, when
1 opportunity for takes the expressed Inaction Hobe Sound Newt visited and had lunch with her Park Offers Abandoned, may cosily fee reno Remember---. 'forest: tire burns ,
ii an trouble away from daughter Diane, who Is a student Everglades '
.. Seneca. that heart. at Roaarian Academy vated to provide accommoda more that' ) trees. It may, destroy ,

i JJnooln once sold of When David. Sunshine, Mrs Edna Dahlqulst, airfield, Visitors tions for Visitor to the area. Jobs. profits, raw materials, 11 :
Henry Thoreau, the MISS BOWDENis O Many Attractions A Indian settlement wildlife 1
I knew[ "H. can cjowdI Conn'', left Friday after visiting mall\ U homey and recreationareas. .
I into the smallest Idea nature lover, lalltbe\ woodman'iuxe two weeks with her! father, Fred< expected td.be established. withIn Prevent; gram' Woods and I
Evergladts Park forest'fire.!
I knew destroying the forest he Bellinger. They pent several .. j
iM ever ex. HONOREDON Miami-Guided tour into Florida' new' Everglades National ",.
when expressed in claimed "Thank,Cod days taMlaml, Miami Beach and Park 'which
'iy, they cannot :, features the only tropical Jungle In North America ,
West Tatnj Beach Last Thun-
Uhei the troubled heart: cut down the clou&rConstruction) are expected ttf get under way In the fall, according. to Daniel B. {
day his
Bellinger, daughter, Mrs.
---.'. BIRTHDAY Thomas' Brodrlck, Mrs. Russell Beard park superintendent. ; UCKE. .0S
Allabaugh, and Mrs. Arthur VUllard E. Dllley of Clewistq"has 1 TEA 4 T
Co. Brodrick enjoyed a boat ride to been appointed park natur'eliat'to crocodile, which live Who other EXA ,C O
nee I the Jupiter Inlet and picnicon take charge of the tour area of the United States; alligators -
Phone 193 By MARIE BRODRICK the beach, program. He will work at park which through the yeanhave

Mta Lee Ann Bowden was Mr. and Mrs. O.'D, Quigley arid headquarter in Homestead arranging ., become closely Identified .... SERVICE STATI N

ff Bulldozer'' with Blade 'or Rake i guest of honor at ,a, surprise" sons, Jesse and George, visited tow. In lectures addition and to his guiding tour and with the Florida Everglades and the Black Everglades Bear,, GAS, OIL and LUB ICANTS

Also 3' .Yard Dragline I birthday party'(jllven by her aliterJuntl Sunday Brownlee with Mr. and Mr. and lecture duties, he will\ 'make one of the largest members of (F.rM.rl> Col m.n FlrMlon.'tt SUttm)
Audrey, In honor of her George plqns for a park museum. the black bear family. We Waal lubricate and Polish You Car
SM tIe For Mrs. Jean Benter arrived 'at At the present time the Na. Efficient :. 1
13th birthday, Games and dancing Other animals in the area In* C teous, Service
her home'her* Thursday after C f
ea ing Ditching were enjoyed at the Community spending the summer at FIsher tlonal Audubon Society sponsors Include panther and wildcatsIn OPEN '7:0b A. M. TILL 100fr' P; M. j.A
biking ,, Halt Later they went to the only toul'llinto the park, using -, fairly large numbers;'Florida ;
Etc. */ Island, N. Y. Mrs Benter ts station wagons and boats to DAYS WEEK
: the Bowden residence and after otters', which live In greater A ) l
beautician for the Jupiter Islam show tropical birds to visitors. Y0!> APPRECIATED )
opening gifts, Ice cream, cake abundance here than In any PATRONAgE
residence. H1CHAY J.Jr."TUCKER, ,
and soda were served. The cen_ Thomas Brodrlck arrived horn like all other parks In the national other place; racoons and whitetail
terpiece was a I large birthday Fridayafter 'service, Everglades will deer, giant manatee ''lor sea
cake decorated with 13 candle a business trip to have Its "different" and "unusu cows weighing between 31)0) and
on It. Attending were Betty, Charleston, 8. C. si" natural and scenic attractions -. 400 lbs,; and a variety of sea
OU done 265"VOLLRATH Emily'and Mrs. Marie, Tilton, Jupiter for the American, public' turtles Including the giant tog r
Jane Morrison, tIn
F. Island, celebrated her birthday From here.I rt G Joe VCarsf
Beatty. Carol Connelly, Benny It Includes the'only tropical gerhead Green, Hawksbill and >,
last Thursday. jungle In North America and Is comparatively rare Diamondback -
and Fulton, T. C. end Buddy -
WE AF t ,David Callan. son of Mr. and< the of -- -
Hayes Robert Connelly and only one the :28 national which nest along the flor- -
Peter Barr of, Stuart, Marie Mrs. Hugh Callan. was dismiss! parks which features rare and ida key beaches In largenum- '
front! \ Martin County Hospital unusual bird w'4
animal and plant bers.
The Plumber" Biodrlck Arnold, ,.Elaine Adair Algozzlnl. Mahan,, Jean Elda where he .was taken after break- life' ad its major attraction. Marine life within the park .: :\ ;Get Th ruthl'Calledon
Ing a bone In his ankle at foot- .
and Lacy Mae Griffin Marian Included In 'Glades Park 1 I.: includes approximately 700 varieties '
4: ,- Marr, Don Bowden, Philip 'Algozglnl .' ball practice Sept. 27. the nation's greatest collection: of nah. Fishing 1 11 good ,
l fOR"uick Jack Carpenter,. .Mr.: Mr. and Mrs: Andrew Lester of bird rookeries. Many of the I and facilities for this sport will
/.i Morrison, Mrs.Thomas Brodrlc. had the Rev: and Mrs. Alexander I heron, Ibis'and egret famine be provided for park vlultors. ray good frl"114"C py. like bngf or ale, and of those who
DependableSERVicE Mrs. Russell Allabaugh and Mrs. Linn as''their dinner guests I which heat and live here by the Historic attractions ot Everglades Miller, who edits the County ee, iweatjjly vothing bat cider

Arthur Bridrtck. Sept, 29. hundred of thousands are extremely Park Include several large the other 4.,. And hanging U Oil An Qnm*here I tit,once you've t
The Rev. Inc Mrs.. : Alexander Mr. and Mrs. John Haromyand" rare In other sections of Indian mounds In what was the will of Cappy's office li Rot jUth .idoa-.nd raced them

It EQUIPPED TO H\NDLE ANY SIZE JOB Linn left Thursday, for Engle- trip Mist to Gainesville Julia Jamison Sunday made to a Jjlrds this country and .animals, and some found of here the formerly a burial place for flor- slogan for his paper. : I' trot Bully, too realize that these i
ida's Seminole Indian tribe and
wood, Fla. Mr. Linn who Is a ; "Remember there two si 1 dig enees of Opinion ,
ESTIMAtES SUBMITTED visit with the HanSmy son, are not' to be found anywhere nearby Fort Jefferson National are area pre- (
a Presbyterian field worker wIll /and Miss Jamison's fiance, :else in the world. Monument In the Dry Tortugas to every question. Get both Bides' ci, part of whit we tall Demotthe 'i
endeavor to build.a church and. Charles Hall, son of Mrs. Grace Be truthful." r right of the individual 1
But while bird, animal and Islands, which were named by
llrath Plumbing Service parsonage Mr. and there.Mra. Marvin ''Crowe Hall, Jupiter Island. Both boy plant life are the principal feat- Ponce de Leon and served as a A good slogan not just for a t ate *!.ht believe, to speak his I
have returned from Miami alter are freshmen students at the ures of Everglades: Park, the base for his Florida west coast new.paper-for peopl", too. Be. A to chooJe his own beverage
LARRY' VOLLRA\H attending the funeral of a relative UniversitY' Florida Glades la not without Its share1 explorations of 1513 and 1521. cause there'll always be two sides moderation, whether beer or
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton Ayers of and unusual der.,
The feature of the national
there. to every question: tho aide of those
I Akron Av \ Stuart, Fla. of Ohio spent the past week at scenic beauty. Much Of this monument Is old Fort Jefferson, .
Mrs. John Ortlga spent Satur who vote one way. And those who
their home on South Beach Road, beauty while commonplace tomany 11
In Palm Beach. 8H one ot the 'largest brick fortifi another the side of those _
West vote If
7- 1 11'...."
Jupiter Island.Mr. Floridians, Is entirely different ca ttons'ever built by. the U. S. x c9:(: -w f
ana Mrs.-Marvln.pave left from anything to oe Government. Its six-sided walls enjoy a temperate:' beverage

us I to visit In Miami and Key West found anywhere else In the stand 45 feet high and are st\>r-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Palsen and United States and may be best rounded by It moat. Cep ,19 Riled I,"" Brewers Foundation
? WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEED 1 daughter Ruth Ann, South appreciated by nature lovers Fort erferlOn' and the hos- ------ ---- -- -
I Bend, Ind. enjoyed an outing on and by strangers to the area

Phone the Mrs.beach George Saturday Brpwnlee.with They Mr,were.and In Outstanding the vast Everglades scenic beauty Prairie lies as torle although a feature Tortugas the of/islands are Everglades being lie 120 tied Park miles in : i Ii!! .iHlII II!: ;amlilllllilllllllllmlllllII, ; iIIJJ!. I' :;::

with Its of I'I
sea head-high
the dinner guests of Mr. and saw- "' '
.south of the'mainland area of I '
355Li rfrs. Jesse Griffin Sunday evening. grass and picturesque ham- the park. Both the monumentand 1 ,:
Mra. Palsen Is the sisterof part are administered, by i't. = ) :i
Mrs:' Griffin and Brownlee. An unusual attraction In the National Park Service, aa '
Mrs. Evie MacDonald and Mr. jungle growth Is a glarA...Mangrove bureau of the Department of YOU ARE I INVITED! mPreChrUt 1
s19ii and Mrs. Homer MacDonald of forest at the mouth 'of Interior. '
WARE Birmingham are spending a week famed,! Shark River. The man- Marine life In the Tortugas ( :,.1.1I
with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mac- l1'oves-talIeat In the world- years ago led to, establishment ..
DOOR$ tower 80 feet or higher, reaching
Donald. of an Oceanography on Loggerhead -
PilreSTEIREMEN7f: Mrs. Joyce Davis celebratedher two: and. three times the height ,Key by the Carnegie Institute I I I. t'f'':
birthday last Thursday. She of ordinary growths of this type. and Its buildings now I '
G was guest of honor at a surprise On Cape Sable lies 11 miles of == ?. as ==' \
SGORINIDINGbe birthday dinner. the most desolate and remote ; l i I
Mrs. Dan Shaw arlved home beach area In North America. == Showing Hne == .
Sept. 29 from South Bend, Ind.. The beach is composed of cal. "+
where she went for in operation Carious sand, consisting 'Of> pulverized REAL I, Jewelry Qifts I. /
Sou Lumber & Supply o. Inc She Is' reported much lm shell and rock, and call 1
proved. Her Slater and brother- only be, reached by boat or air = =.. \
A. Fallen plane. Its sand Is coarse and< : = =
In-law, Mr.and Mrs. C. jESTA ==
INS the beach 'Is covered
and daughter, Ruth Ann, sharp and .
drove her back and are visiting with gorgeous and, in tome "
.. with the Shaw and other relatives instances, rare shells. '
here. Several large ana picturesquerivers per ties of Walkers 'invite* you to come in aid get ,
Lt. Donald Coleman spent the cut'Into the Glades from with ot sah
i 5 acquaint our fine stock gifts. l
week-end with his wife and the Gulf. These Include the ,oJ: ale. ./ VMa ''
Lieutenant Coleman storied fishing regions of the == Diamond watches, rings, pendants, ==
i ;children who here.has been with the Shark River, Harney River and 'itl lets ca time jewelry, silver, You'l want -
ONTIN ) US QUALITY Army stationed In South Caro- Postman's River. These are deep Also entals and insurnee. > ::::; to tne\S yotir selpctioni early for gif\ ;:::

1 ina left yesterday foe Fort DIx, enough -navigation by large then' e our Budget Payment Plan tAsk 4't
N. J.He will be Inure from one Mats, but extend no farther than about t. you ere*welcomel! c
20 miles Inland.
to''three years. Mrs.. Colemanand I == ==
Trees and plants to \ -
children will leave soon for lie area, within the United
Bloomsburg, Pa., and later Join Edward Mapp
States, Include Madlera Mahogany
FOR yO'ICKEl him at Fort Dix. ; Giant Royal Palms & E. WALKE
On Monday evening a group which are native to Paradise I I
of grown-ups and children wereente'talned Key and several other keys In Re tor

.. at the, 'school by the area; Wrights' Palms tall ArcaV I ,
lender trees with small slender P. O. Bldf. JEWELERSsceola :!!

( several to fronds resemble at varieties the a> giant top,of causing carnation orchids It;, ''I Phone99 ..llIlIIl Ave.; :; IIII1I1I11I1:1;: ::;; ,:(}' ,.l i

'I rhlch grow wild in no other area I IlilllliliIIilII(!I{ nlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll : (
if this country; two types of l
rubber trees; 37 varieties of fern I
.. "
tome with fronds .15 feet long; f
and giant Hlppocratea vines, I. '"
with stems as large around ai a ;,;1
man's' body.Animal '
life as well as birdlife t r I '.
\ will come for Its share of "
1 attention feature of the e 1, i
as a .. t i iR iS ipVING I.I
varied park attractions. Unusual l II
forma of animal life found here 1 \
Include the North! American 1
i. :l

ilr, ,and Mr*. Homer MacDonald% ... i"" \ ;
with motion pictures. Mrs. Mac- ;:. 1
Donald Is a Baptist missionary ACCOP .. L'I' I
and he Is a Civil Service em- t :

loyee. They showed Interesting .. +
pictures of the missionary ,work .. i'
lone and what they have ac- .. ..r.'+
compUahed in China and Ha- l

waII. There scenes were of also streets many and Interestlng -, Nail your\ ollars down : } "I':

life In general In China. One I' )
V NET reel was a colored dIm.of an where they vfoii't get a., f.rt \
LINDS Hawaiian festival. The flowers '
4. orchids, a bird of paradles and i .
a -
fraso Manufacturing Co. a variety of others were beautiful wily In"a sa gs account -'. "
MX lots ir ioaT Hues They had good 1 picture ofthe : it
; Boulder Dam and the borne

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l 886 1948 Repairs tothi JWelrive( a skilled opera

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DURING SU'TIMBfcJR: : I La ;rations for tour type!!!House May Elect President BEGUN IN PROJECT .Reprenenjatjve attended the U. 6. Senate .you' (i Bea the nearest sheriff Symptom N Mfe ,
": <1tier i' l 1\'t.t' positions were 111ghway Patrolman oran STOMACH
:'.," i ,. headquarters # the Flor-
Only :ll\ att i I' tl) If Electoral Majority Fails the Florida cltftt problem; ,j'tD r ift qf out To:
1\i f l oni n:l'start this week lurveys(m the Central and South Forest Service
, Ida
/ total: t IU.1 t Il at : : : 'u I' I include Vero Beach Sept. 24 and ,
rjo Job librarian geoj _._ Florida-49.0cOftrol project began '
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issued ti Bttlt4inf\ 1.1",)(', fh 1.l.her j 1 rcsuich' psychologist j omii"WDeWOLF this week in tbe Everglade: I attend another on the same Mart Help aril WilwS3Sfef
John Mann !Int\ \* City ot Sun,ii'111d' ; ,i din' mnnagnrient snpcrvls- I By I ooentedby tellers representing' west of Miami, according toGovernor I problem conducted by the new I'I'lort ROTARY' CLUB To avers, ,r.n
dmiuu Sept mtlll- Wlf, we-lit cr grads.( p-l and P-2. Appllca- VlrHSllltlgU' ;', YOU* Pltto- eac of the voting St lei. Caldwell.! The O ver- ly-appointed State citrus advis TtlART
alonl ( each t* accepted It happened that la ,1824 committee in Vero Beach :'t. $ -aia 1201M4 sa le&noi
to C R. MfeJsy' to WWWQ' for or will ably hcaid a 11or talk: In this noi also explained that much of W.d..L, $21441CHISHOLM'S row itl
I (,nt.U ,t tu U\er uQtke I\; t y. I only 1 ballot was necessary the survey work in that section Oct. M. I .... ... ; 0.5114.Jc ., M.N& !!
Si L'1 \1c, ttatMejfc",'ifwiiitfiMXi;\ b "''th9j, lA* vrHeh wIn be accepted ejection year (bout tee potsl- i Adams received 13 rote, Jackson has been going on since mid- ""CITY W r ,t-OI Nw1ox.ski L '"w?AMC. r el R,
1 gun )soot wffr' )Lttllil 1 Ise.Furtherftttorloa\ / UotI 1 jollity a PieiXfrn may to elected 7 and Crtvford 4 The speaker September. GETS: : a IN. 1 IETI4.t. REtiD/z/h: J. J 4>UiBRUNER' p.
Tt,( total is t#: te )jtawestlr,ee. ot 'Chew po be socwrrt' House a R1'jll'exDt.atlvu.j.f the House \proclaimed Adams In describing the work, CoL!;: RAIN IN SEI'TEd1EERI ..-....
Apr oI and !to..* ,llvftta. 1'\OO tMW1W \ of{ tt'otd'kit's., Mlmwhan' :This!' \would happen only if none Prctldent Had no ,candidate received Willis !E Teale, District Engineer __ I I __ d. PHAALD.

8'rrpt'HLdinar' s I. .. at the Stuart!..... .__Poet. .Otf. Jk*. of the Presidential candidate I a majority on the first I Corps ef Engineers! sags" the inspections -' The City ot Siuart received
---- '
"" : ballot, the 14.89 of rain during September
( 7 I Toting would have in the area were for inches
I"'T.: :; ,'}, : t-i : ,..- I Mved majority, MO, ofl the continued until one did. 9. the) purpose of determining the U a Weather Qbsemt.John )
LIST .L Apartment bd Rental J1' Electoral College rotes east.{-TTie I. i4ana's records show
411" ,IUtfwn ,by the 48 State In December. Dally National Intelli amount of water above ground M :
Hun*. *,?*h,w*, r[ 'then ,the House; would be g veer t>( Washington :commented preliminary to core boring. Colonel The total; WAS compiled on SI E
re.1 tat length editorially on the 'Teals also reported Abel I day ot the bonth11th the

L, FULFORD ,qltJ.red to, select under a President the COn8t1 train ,conduct or the election. It noted plan have 'been, developed by! heaviest tlnglf-day fall being
I 'the "deliberation\ : and calmneu" the engineer of the Jacksonvilledistrict 6.36 Inches Seot 22.12'he .
.of ed Eiralst1 three. lop candidates The election
which characterized the conduct and the Atlanta division \ : total Is more than t 6 inches I
i' .; :' !;.n1I M\ INC i would State be held In January.Each would\ "of, the member. of the House, office 'for initiating! full-scale above normal for September but +

'' (iN\'' I h' U"'IE\1EN1: I have 1'vete.The delegation the order and regularity' of the model tests of the permeability more than an Inch below, list r AP"BA
,'. ':V'/HIP "". O >)oxo. 4 tot time the House elected proceeding, and the "forebear- of soil, and rocks in the, area ,September when the hlghc.it
J..tt JturH,l. (Colorado( AWl! e I. a President! was la 1824 Then ance on the part of the victor,, where geology reports Indicate! ) I one-month, totAl In eight years I
1 1aXratw 1! :\nMuart the electoral 'KH totaled only and the sober resignation the I that a high rate of seepagewould ,was recor vanquished friend of the ieveial <> I, .. *: I
'. Florida ,SOI. divided among 24 States, candidates, on the result be encountered mal Is Inch? ,. Y }i
and four candidate: 101mQul1'ltY ,
'" .. ,, ...--, ... ..... Adnros. Andrew'Jackson,'being, ascertained"In when Martin
t IS37 Y nDuren
t Henry Clay and< William Craw. '
was President by
the Electoral College, none ol
:I F YOU ARE (A commission established by the> four Vice-Presidential Candidate "MOSLEY ,
Congress awarded the 187Q election = Will Open/lor the Season M
received the required =' JAY
; 'nUILlSlNGREM&tfcLING to Rutherford Hayes, a- Republican majority s P N BI ,
4 ? Over Democrat Samuel -r *Octorffer) 4 with their I
conformance with the Constitution r usual 1 lira
Tildonl) the Senate/'then had JOBBING ONT 1 TING

II.The'1804 12th, governed amendment the ,election.passed I to choose between the M. Johnson two top Prompt Efficient Service :- All uarllnteed 0 Akery Products,

T |I But within Its framework the ndldateR1chard NIGHT OR DA
and). Francis Granger The pro- C/ARLES ALDERMAN Prop
House established soratMrules tot ,

lee V/_: ] REP RING I the procedure House}In The 1825 rules were passed not binding by- I cedure fhat naming followed differed Adams.by:The radically the secretary House from' in of Just Pho 2 30 ,

vourp HOME ; on succeeding Congresses the Senate called the names of
But they did establish a prece-I: the Senator in alphabetical: order ra'J r fndl i
dent and shed some Jljht; on how with each Senator votinghis LI +
I Dollar faMA ,r'
tile House would set about the
I I choice. Johnson received a
SCF CAL job of chief executive
or naming a I majority and,was declared elected SpentAt
They required that a member C
or members from nt least! two- Home MARTIN COUNTY Ial
i ( Lumber Co
East \asl r Supply thirds of the Slate bt prt' f'nt' .-

for the balloting The rule goverrunj YAL Stay
A. tl 'Xit rGLE'Y Tgr.r ? the actual balloting was MOOSE f vUSINESS DIRECT
elaborate were I At Horn .
House members
I I Stuart Fla. UART LODGE ieEFTS ,,
r Phone 22 i O Box 405 i "*
grouped together by !States; witha 8,00 P.S..1 a rYour

!t.l I' Ema --- .- -I Each ballot House box! before member each present group j .d EACH oose crd MONT WEDN HoL DAYS Business Cafrt 4L This Section Every Wee Ill Bring You'Businen

t! I I then voted his (choice! for President : EOERAL HI WAY ,
and the ballot Has placed -
I State :1 it111111111D imiiiiiiuijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Keep In Touch: % r seer Stuart

J h, : GIVEN J3N YOUR MJ I I After each State had co.Inted'': R S S M //K I N G r''
''Ital vote' the r/ eult Teal written I ALTERATIONS with CAMP H & ; Auto Camp
:out In dUpllo f.e. the rule provided .
a IN 1 r. aIs FOR a
AT 1 i three\ mdltlate that W any iecti\ed one of a ma the I Arclibclcl Martin County I I Cottage d Boat 1 i WORTHA1 rtt.. Modern Coup

1 Fafood
tjortty of the State% volt! then General Contracting 11 "r Ciao
T I his nor>I(j wii(3( to ;tc; \'.: ;t I if fnnuum IiIIII11i III it lilt Subscribe to The New I 1 UAtt
: both ilio*, W no iuil l1dole' re'celvd "' 1 P. Box vuDlm
Bait For Sale O. 832
SALEi Q rr ATION I a) nittjontj then 4heI 1 year .....w$3, I On Block West Palm i Au cw+
I j sword I cUvidcd" W.4 to l br written I r JENSEN BEACH I City Bridge OB 'The EUIH and<1 tAKQ
l lI 5 '
on them 2
U. S. NoJJJ ,AT SSLERKO. : ROAD !I' Alter the States' had\ voted |I t ..o P f fT fw years AT COUNtT BKIDCK Right 014 &*. HI WW; ttm*

pl I the clerk of tw} Howe was to
call the roll Ax the rame o( S d

Amoco $and Dt ttericsNVIrir ;each State was tailed t tpf ser ;, I ,
a re' sellnt-at-.rll1ll i pnwiuti two Docks, CONCRET;

; ". : q BUY NO\V! I cation ballot{,boxes one for to the tin c nameo" <,ma,dole oal*. Seawalls I tWivtwtys f'eundntioni,S&

r Quick, .Cou.l fs, Efficient: Service: lot These and boxes one for weloI the t tables:.,\tunlicate II''and be.I 1410T.. 1 Boat Ho es Uncle Billy( .jeZ. .' I El<%;its le,, Bra*,

[placed..on separate .. ....... M\\
C. T, B&DLE, Owner [, All Types Of arin* ( ... rnlilMlMl kf; ,.. AutWtv '(.rM. t. vIIJa.r I Eve thing lb in CUNTI

4 Construct
P. O Box 13G R Salerno I Week Legal i T i
NA' ylor ,

'J"W." : ; nrWEl :- v Instruments Ii' 0. Bo 474, trio It's,to Pretty bide m bard skeleton for long any., I' t in. DEC*

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