The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00148
 Material Information
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 31, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00148
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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o ;llSlE 7. No 9 Voice of An American Community Dedicated! to (he American Way of Life Complete Local New Coverage .l

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It DELIVERY Stuart Kiwanis Club Leads i I f NAVY WEAPONS OF THE FUTUREThe : Record Vote List Ready ,

fflQRIZED FOR State In Member Increase; I I

STUART ; For November 5 Election

r OF LLf Receives Ribbon Award I

To 1'.\ ,Jd i I "I I UK Dlstilil Clove's'I --- -fli- Hi;, .Id//<' convention pu I Il\\ II"I i :' i I li I ..t Ii 10" II,Is::-s\\ ")lion I i I" ,1. i I"< '"nl) I Ii," ''II' I It

''Ir CarrierMarch '" Ribh I 11,"I. ) I 111 till Illstlll 111.\1011'1)11'1 I ) I lip', .
I M I 11)/)/ membership' grain, ,..nveel 011 the cltcttrncommit. t, ]ti l | "|! i'Ilt'I III'gerl[ ) ;\ i I
1947 ''l''u'meu,'' ( : in the slate was ....e. Jle reported that ''I"I ,u i ;, Mil i pnrtcipsll'i|> m thi general: liilioii HI';xt 'I hiI '

1, .i ""I"( II i, tin' sunn\ KIwanis club Milan, club was mentioned 11101tft 'In I ;\"' '>, u ith! interest) : ctnUii on six linn"nelnie'nlsMi .

hr march of 1 sIj I I' H 101 i Ida convention Ill'I < ii, In reference to aclilivi I: NI; < \\s will compile election icsiills, with the ill .. r
!he I .1. -- cil citizens in i.upicclnct <
I :" 'au,1" I Bt':ii'hN cooperating
,unced this mono than any club In the Mali "'
IS 0, a '"' ,,i/111\ new' members but except that of Miami HARRY: DYER ISi I ) : but will nut flush ; _

If y pn, '"rl 1 Ralph W w ,e. 10 IHI.lIH'
,n r'11 .,,oed authorl- e ... roup< \hading( the date has 73 clubs/ with a total) membership : election pally
Donaldson, i SiUrt: I: ,
\1 average
!Iron for of 4517 and leads tin NEW PRESIDENT I Democratic nomineesbpcssaid '
...sistaJ1 master gE'ner- 'lie I Fear hit a high of 89 per nation In (the number of Key ,
r'( 1111 ; L. Holland. U M t
delivery serv- compared
to the state rlubx
J/: II! .nmloroieanUatloiiKi I with
Iht Stuart ) f'S'lide ,I netter of 82 per cent. The forty SAILFISH CLUBNew utor: Dwight: L Rogers I ,

coml1l ,'eon from the Slv'h:' I 'or' Eisioin; district of I Lon T)'8n. vice pici.klnit, und L : \V.i:.ess, oih Dist : Edwin a *'ntomptiollci ,

:flrt t tcu' menu to lIart1atel -. holii,iniMlli, ., slum >' 11"'h" the Stu tit club I h a memo I Phil Maxwell director cave Interesting first peacetime Vy Day In five year, cmphaslicn the Navy I Puul U Burns ,"
L'I'. '.
j! hole with In' nitiiiii i C II' n ,,1,1blende i .1'111111'\ district attendance resumes of the llitci". preoccupation: with ntlcnlllic advancement ass means of preserving Board of Directors Toy H Chapman Supre
"Hlu'nt' of city >111)1Jol1 i awaid day slo8lonl'hl'h aliened. HIP nrrurlty nl the nation It fought lo Insure between Pearl Harbor and I
I estaD' Is Pegg"( Uhitili. i h fine ol was \'.J l>ay. lllchllchtini the development at oflenkKe and defensive Named at Session I i Court: Jerry Carter and Will,
Tien' your office L"t t Friday luncheon meet- by 1.000 Klwanls members and rie\lce aerelerated World War II robot aircraft ,
the must nil bit,inn .il (|IMIHeries weapons by are Monday Night King, railroad commlslson: Eva
dZeO 'IVI March I, I II : '.1,1'( MUII 0\1'1'i i In convcntnn Senutoi Ray Carroll was elected such aa the "Glomb" "Gordon." and "(;rjoyle," heralds 01 a supersonic --
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by one regucd I lourr hit cr. ('\1'1'1\\ bite G, age In .hlrb only the mind or man ran match the speed of he I Crary :
nth upoits I IM Kuth piesi- Horlda in Stu-
District Oovernor i Dyes long active ,
deadly rrcalurea hi* I'nluh..* eomelxed Largest number of this Rowell, State Representative I II
111 ,xllIary carrier. will' eiilo* this nuiMl "iicvpiissiirclrns <;nu I II ho II",n ho HIM; spi' ikei' for U47TIGtRS: Iln.1 I .U tele ff club and of thei
trio U the C.lomb; or Khder-bomber (ahn'el.) 71.c a i it Sailflsh one ,. Wall. sr" county lommisHioi) '
rain, ..1 horlzed con- ; ( mar \\inli-i.' tlitin tlslon-conlrollerl\ aircraft, \\hlh11\ stand 300 miles an hour In a four OdKe I Hiding i' mcmbcis of the organ- : Dist 4: A. A. Hindry Jr sclio
Ortlclal( Nary thotorapli)
I 'I' '"1011 of street litlon. was elected president for }..
TRAMPLE board. Dist I I., o li Hiiiav i
bOus eels and suit- MAN INJURED IN : CLEWISTON 26-0 ]1941].47 at Monday night rr- I .school board DM :i Kipul-
:ull. files iimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimuiiiiii : utilization mcclinii at Stuart rein nominees ate J) Hi&chud '"

0 dein'Sill) be given i AT KIWANIS FRIDAY The Stunt Tigers turned on ARMISTICE DAY AIR :TOIL ritK-tr I I'h'Ic Center United SLut,,, HI'.f..< ,

tmp "rdays'" In thc i i __ WRECK OF TRUCK the steam Friday night running! AI' UIIIMM I1IIO "With the cooperation of the I Joseph P. Moe', Cuimicss l "' ,

'55 fir) 111 residential 'Pnlilic InteieKt will he the over ClewlsUm 26-0 Clcwistonlailed "MT: I ion S \TntU n'I I embershlp. working together District: Clifton D Scull i '
:JI ''II I\.ry dally to theme nl'an addii, tit hithen to threaten FETE PLANNEDBY I loi the principles of sportsmanship load cummis-slonei

fie,1. !mal sections at lomoirous 1\llIalll- Vehicle Wan Transporting | Robe'11 Greene recovered a ,\nir :Mill pouch Mill IIP I ) and promotion of sport Main Interest eenicis uil

!OtJlhroughout the I I ( title ml''linlb\ l>\ lil ('hem 20,000 CoconutsTo I( ClewlMcm) fumble on their 30-( picket: ) up atilh I nil Held: alIt i I sliiiv! I foci sure that we will l roposccl new amendment
:11: SaIl! North yard line and Charles Titus and LEGION POST I) a, m Saturday I In lie ilis- lilt across a real) program, for Ihe Florida constitution,, Fo''',
user 'mat authorl- fixslstaiil in,in ii.il of tin j I i fen, Unwind I:: animated: 1 In carry- )lathed.: front t Hieero Reach I I Illrk this 'ear." he declared.A. these Nos 1 1. 2, 3 and (6.I i I'' ,, "

J 101', ,ppolntml'nt of ( hal1lb"I'i of ('iiiiimcin 11 tin, I Hurl, Li i.. :Mi,inn/ about J1, ii"g (the ball down to the I-yard I -up Matlin at 10 a. in, This I P. Bert I Krueger was elect I to specific counties! but I

fUI8! .11'1 effective Inilcil! slate. utluisiin( | I 9 'ril'l!: I linn 1)11)i a I lunge: srinl- 1 i 1 nee when How aid went over. ''Sports Program and Membership Is a special: iniiement: inolc.eu.imc rd I vice president and James PC- Amendments 4 und 5. ui

', 194 hit) 1lnll. Mlaiit.i 1 t.oilItl'tr'ta'k t \ hi iilnl! ) 11111'1 h twin Thi Theta scoring three times Campaign Discussed of Nationalir I Jl,11lI:: secretary-treasurer Statewide significance n,,, 1
ret; 1'11'1' will serve 1 in lln second half. In the third at Meeting :Maileik, '1)'III''d liv the I A new directors' board was 'to the appointment of a b
:,,sires .. 1 on foot. the M,inn, leiciMd! sovrrr neck Inv il:PV' took over on Clew'Iston' Vero Reach pot nffici of which dio'.cii composed of Ed Flemn : cllioctoi" for the State ai;''

'nUI, r b) use of a BUS' SERVICE! IoN\( shortly ,,if:11 midnight lowly 2imd: line and Titus took the Harold John Post American Stanley V. Buss Is iiu<.lni, isterStamp .Inu. Kenneth Stlmmell Her- I' strict Ions on wild State S,, "

e ,fir auxiliary care : when thi I Ltrttr, truck I loaded j, lull over for the second TO in Le-ilon! discussed plans for animlstlce collectois, hill\ IIP Diuii Kellz John Mann. Toley lug;, These latter have' n,

s ('II' on all his' with 20000( ifxoimU In flecks I i 1I'l'e plays. C"iiiljllv Interested III :ispiu1 1,EirBbitlsen, CuiUs\\hltlcar, Ted ; wide support from the ,
START MONDAY t tu"IK'(I ovn I INI north nl the The' (north quarter had more celebration Nov. 11, a I Ial I caihet being offered at (the I' frrsioii llllam King, Arthur : and opposition fiom uncutpowers. '
', will beu :ifitlon thin the first three i"inbershlp campaign and a Stuart, office which reads political .
m 'ry I robe Sound ">Mhturi| passLl'c : : put Driioii, Marvin Roucll, Jerry ) _
I "t letter ad- i I was biiHiRhl. .' to MilrlInottni : logelhei:: Stuart look possession: winter sports program at last ".\atlonalir :Vail W'ek-SIII- Smith, and Ernest: Lyons Polling places in Martin ''

the Inspector Two Station W gons to Link I (' .v Husplt by Julius am- I en ClcwIsUms 22-yard line Friday's meeting at the civic a 1. r loi Ida-llulliMs linestMshing I I The npw president stated that'arc: Jensen Death town I
where Titus and ." I Letters must' h(' Stuart: No 2. fire station,,
I Jerry Shlpes
a II.\ 11"'?' Martin CountyCommunities bulance center. he will shortly announce com-I
flee a', ,Id bl' arrange II(' was II.sll"'l1| 111 III tldl/lf' I took It to the 2 6hK)| << plowed posted In. 8:30: a. in Saturday ;nines appointments for the I I art No. 3 Cheviole. tu
I for
pray'. "t' 11Wtc Cto1''tl'I. -*' r .-.. (If I truck hen Hie I ucildtiit '*- ovn'' critter for the touchdown Tt.native plans Armistice at the local office to catch tin* j, year, and indicated that a drive |I It I Salerno, Fox building: M "
c'ny include a fish fry at noon -'inIII I flilil I rostmasler I R. I IU Sound Mahan biilldiim Pa
toU0'btoil nod Stuart led 19-0 |
"; .rat boxes tunics P !5'i "tmnuuiinouncedleiiiav : cifird,, Two other drlvus mil I t tf raise funds for the sailfish I
A couple minutes later the with a Veterans football game in ', llartinan aiinouncrcl toila> City. town hall: Port Mayact
iJl1 the mar that Stuait t Bus Service fir- assistant were" not' Injiiirel buttons and certificates and an-
t.tJJ tv'ins \III 1 'begin upl'rUtlolltonday.: l-f' | ac'iI"I"i exruiK'l\, {II,'sv ,siildwhin \. I'igtis took over: on Clew Iston's the afternoon: a meeting of the : Illlllllllliliiliiiiiuiiiii: niiiiiiinill' 1 I i:ual touuiaiiient will begin Bessemer office : and Indian-

: ,urvey of the Ni,'v'. 4. ceiviiiK; the lommunl II 11"1"11111| : sOllt hunch 1 a' 31. bhl|>rs passed! to Howard for 1 lost in the evening to be followed hortly town Indian tow'n Development

!If vow, uctals agrl'e.lIS ot Stuart Jensen Jensen bill. ,- ((.11!' ion'i'I Ilii n )lo take to tin 1 U yinK, and a play later tossed by a dance. Roscoe Rol- NEW PUBLICATIONFOR II Last year the Sailfish club Co office.

with city au- in beach Salerno mid Pot'' "mtt" (lo ,neml, a iicl nuns inoilirr 18 yards and goallllmmixs FOREST PARKS spent approximately $4,000 to
: 1;ni was named chairman of ar- .. '
point was
.Ia a' kill!! of streets Sri'all. promote and publicize sport
lithe, 'ml'nts, Nuns401 ,ilx runs dully and seven on FUNERAL HI lib: I OKC.1AKLLS ( I crli ,.t Hit Iliad score was rrngements with Ivan Taylor A new publication denoted to lulling I, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE:

and placing of Si' idays by two 7-passengei station ; MALL SUNDAY :Jii I -il and Andy Tslmas to complete fo"estiy and tcucation In FlorIda I A resolution was unanimously'
made J its! appearance this Bill: j' A general meeting III l tin
table! 'qulre the co- will be the original (tine committee adopted praising President
.:Jon pienta of thee nodule wagons, as' published in an announcement Unal I'll.. for (harlr n II.M. MONITOR EDITOR Discussion of a winter pro- month Published by the Florida King for his good work as president I Chamber of Commerce los inMallatlon ,-
led elsewhere In lodavpi ',' 11 Hnbf tn 'mil. killed! 'I 1 1111."<.' r Forest and Park Association and during the lust post-war : of new oiflecm is sit,
Lean of wrestling and boxing edited! by William F Jacobs, fur 8 o'clock Monday nlijlit, Nov
ictlelPiit In Palm i iliPHth Under his
IJO '" said that III fin ititi I year. leadership j
>er.Jtuart ,. n.adted in the appointment! by Tollahasaeeo extiutivc' sceiiltiyol | 4, at the Romans Club with rO I'
tines: the Hielttoiv ( e'onti1V.' wore held ;:unrtrurnoon fall the club was revived and did
by post
lip is
terminal WILL SPEAK TO the Association. it Is Intended I Thatchci. ol tVeto '
+ +iDspe '4'lthln which Smith 8ton, I ( it 3 o'clock ,il Ili". C mmancler Fred Stafford of a ctlectivc work for Stuart and manager
H tel. Salerno
for the membershipoi Beach chamber In elm
U\'et\ I.I will extend, Pelt Sewall post office Jensenlions MMhoril i liutrli I hUr.I i 1't I I' eanmlttee comprised of Ivan primallly Martin roil nly. I
Installation and
that Muyoi A
.ir mss Bessey addition and Plchfoids and Utv. a L:; t YounG p ior( .
G > ',
ne Sound .immunity( church t.1-< FLORIDA PRESS !vnii. 'I 1 II arts l'I.AY 1 M 01( Will III III nl Vi'i j.tIVII.j.t II
Sec's I of colored Jensen bathing beach WilsonsS : "In and /Hugh Wllloughb CADET CRARY WINS I liHil; I ICII\\-11LSI[ :: pi'OK:ram :sedds'ss All I iniinliii"
.to't'' fid it Ini I IOurlil I
h and cast to ark Shop i iT'GERS Post Adjutant L. C. Clements, ACADEMIC HONORS and the public isle invited
I at lent Hillicmitriv i
: toil: place
: ,
Kan ,
I __ "
nue. hich I hWdlni. I I llio smart 'hrr11I: pUvOclr.iv
\ whore! Stuart: Odd I'nlws "l'OlJlOl'l'nw' Newspaper"'Ibemc who also serves as finance of- ,
,of Highland"Ww '! HONORED BY ; Colonel E. S LiM>". piiucipal Reich vn the home ,I ('.ULIM.II. \l':II.lt\Sls': !
I for
graveside bCivum of Address
t |x.rloiiiiiel flees. reported 61 paid-up members -
stvpmann ad- ATHLETIC GROUI'Fortyeight 01 The Bolles School of Jackson- (field tomorrow night. Kickoff All Maitin I'ullllly'Inlalllll
; I I News Convention Members suggested an intensive '
_'___ I ,, vl.le announced today that Is it 8 I numbus ol the membership campaignwith Kciliucd rates of 23 cents chic center
al K oilocU
Cadet William F Ciau: ol Stuart tonight -
t Liwln: D. Canham, editor of I
MlN.l Ml i iChnilis :
'WANS' SWAMP Rlaart Tlueis! 1 loot, tbill Millar, !,' ) 1 H:; ''orcr ol De-law.net i I the Christian Science Monitor, a goal of 200 members but was one ol fifteen cadets to arc offered for the H- Irinlf \ lo paiticiMli| in Hieoiganialion -
UCHOBEE 120L ware honored 1 fur. i ;hen'i 1'1101\l j win First Academic Honors' furl game here lui'siUv night when ol a Political Ac I',
"Tomorrow's Newslapcr" taken.
elescilbe action
tt'at"r i (JII''. Pa has lalpn: ov'j will no was
('\'PI' Clew'istar li-t t I nduv) b)' ,. a the first month. I lie Fort I fierce Eaglets will | lion committee'IfllllrS .
1 Nlclei. Cafiihlch the featured speaker The commander appointed
'Un' iruiituciniiii: : );' ol \ as
:'t veteran dinner nt Clu;>.li'' \Vulnisdiv I Is the of MI'' and licklc the cubs in a return
: "' rat t the entertainment committee Crary son
'W : 'i\II;:: \ will l b'> I:nown at Ho fti ] the annual of standing
; '
in '"Kcechobee grid- night J alth hleta'I ill' Florida: 1'1 CKl1 Association to beheld composed of Jack GUI Mis Evans Crmy of blunt II I engagement: ( ; "VAN'I'1.D!
VI (
12" 'r' ''I", with a fast Association is hi"",", .- and Harold I The Red Cross uuuuInllis" \(
I -- -- -- I In Miami Nov. 28-30,16 was chairman Nell Bishop
'tld", lard charging Edwin A. Bill Mitchell was 1 lor a boy. cue\ 11 und a girl sage
announced today by Rosbusy. Stuart Post Office History is
'IUch 1 the powerfu: Health Workers j Mcnnintir: president of the or- appointed publicity chairman 10. Used utiele- should be lilt
wen: > t', Legislators pt t the Red Cioss office
nt threat This in the
;.alliLa itlonlaunched) for the post I
tel Chtiicn initial kick Hospital l ) with u floor show Colorful Picture of Progress Dchon building I '
fumble Bed
'ended the cow- Endorse 400- |) nil( dance llMiikMlvln!: night! LOUIE WEIMAN DIED

]IQ till ,- aid line.raehaue' t the convention' will devote '1'1- AT BELLE GLADE I -* I II THE! TIDeS
It punts took up oilo seminars on newspaper I Ai I he lIallllll i'I.'bl.'II', I the progress: of mail liatispoitatlon i iIli

:rst (>Ud ": until Stuatl For South t Florida l Region problems. The nioinlng session/ Louie Welman, 53 Mai tin by n weeks obs, ,'\ "m ti'i' fir r a ir mill service the Stuart post office

w ff .. last two mln- "111) cover press and radio relat county and Everglades grower, I' Is ntw'king!: lire ullol1WI'i milestone In a colorful history of community ,, .., ,
,1 I I. .to I.
Illh.l 8t. t'
pa 'mg[ attack Chink I ; rotative t Marvin Jitiw: IIlnd t lions under I the direction of cattleman and commlslson dealer growth I Inlrl. r"r 'hr' aura r.llIIft.,. Neresbsr. "
i. 15.\.. pass to Miltor I1llh,' :;\\llIrlin ('ollllly 1-rcd O. Boilon president died unexpectedly 1I 1---- I I'"IIA I
after .,, Alllolt! (:11I..1': .. pl". :itll'nt TIII'I'-1 service with authorization I constituted the outside world to n"t r."r ; : add I ho pr
ich stiller tool 11111'11Iht! a n' i"'liIl Miami Hioaclcasilng Co which home in Belle Olade at 4 a. m I postal 55,5 and a hours ea miaet.' .
win II' md left end for i culosis: i IInti Ih'alth 1t'rueittti'n:\ /S/ltlll'i( ; III ('lId"I'.;(' I'lalllO' {III' a cnciales radio station WQAM, Tuesday of mail delivery in the main business i, the early settlers on the bunks of ''ur I".'.

'rub 'hal'll Hall's llm. it'll In Wl'lot Palm !1I'/ll'h/ / l Flnl'ida) The ;; circnldlion biiildliiR! Ideas pro- Welman was a native of Canada I and residential sections effective I the liver-on his back to the I"I w L w'.
ror''w ards ended tin. I 401U-uetl') TB hOllpitlll fur lIlIth vidrd! by l-loycl Hockcnhull pub- and had lived in the Lake March 1. As the nation I home of Postmaster Otto Stjp- '' AM I I' M ".... I' M

on (h, .1 yard line. stll I, Cttht Id 'ISeSenator<11'.rI ->."'; fln....1100.. -- ----- --- usher of Circulation Mimgenii Region since 1922. He is survived nails take to the all, with the mail tn on Osccola avc. in Stuart. Nu NUl, I.I I ::11 22 I I.:1..'. n.nl,: a, .JO II

Ode 8oa .u, the first play Ciau supported till'n ulcli $ .IKiOtiOO for a OuiMm: 'nt. Magazine! of Chicago, and by his wife and a son, rdvent of the new five-cent airmail ; Uncle Otto distributed the Pots- Nr.... a 1..2" : :t'. "a:! D 14
't of tlio N. I,1-i.1: : I Suit 101.111 I
1ec0llU I in the lust session situation 11. stamp Postmaster Ralph dam mall. N.... '
quarter. I ove Both Dude connie und (Ice newspilnt paper! David .t'at: I Ina: lofts. 11:41:
wic 'ouchdown wa legislature; to Brach ccumty altered jsites. |j cJisrntM'd! : by Stuart Rlcheson, He was one of the pioneers in Nuv. r 'i I..IN,
In 'h( niid when Stil I,I 1 million dollars for TB hospitals Palm vlre-preslclenl of Virginia Paper the revival of large( scale vegetable ''irall stamps sales have almost :] from Potsdam to Stuart and ,

jwtosiupes; was good fo I ,n the state and RepiesentntiveROW ;I : Edward; of Jacksonville1chaliman !, Co.. Jacksonville '' producing operations In tripled since the i educed rate brostei Kltchlng, who had come THE WEATHER t
i will T.
that he W became effective Oct. 1 I over from England to Join his
and hlpes; got off fo : stated today of the slide tubeicu-l Ihe noon luncheon speakerwill Martin county developing some I'I'I

wing' rill,! of 30-odd yard,'' I add his support In the coming I board, said each county i be (he south's most out- 1,000 acres in the Cane Slough The history of the mails in I :other, It'd became: postmaster 1h.guy,. M.II"Ihr, .,I''u.l"I'' 'S" rk W'h Ill lepnrted Ubn,,,10), '
!OII, I lertslatuie!; for state appiomiatun lc.sH to offer a bite should''' I pokcn (editor Clayton Rand of ,, area and bluldlng a packing II i Stuart dating back more than a I He John Frank Cur 5th., .1.'I'..,", .I. "

I! to match the federal willing the fact In ebullitions: Oulfpoit, MJss author of Ink house at Salerno-later taken IIaU I century is probably as colol'I I erected a store building on the 1 ..nplralure kvedinee
ISSE 0\ RADIOs e. fer ncntlon l: On My Hands" whose subject o"er by the Sunrise Cannery of I fal as any in the country. Back I liver bank at the present cityceck M..hn"m MII""IU,, i t

LUcille I meeting Saturday. Inc : \to the governor hospital III the i is"utheabtel'11 sill be Americanism vs Corn- I'! Fort Pierce. His ambitious plans i I1 1803 when Gosling was on the In which the post office 5.t.h'1. 04Me I i

"Ration inscoer count tided The county commisisonersh The 2500.0110 area. Is part of (the| nun: ism." I I were' Interrupted by a freeze rorlh side of the S':. Lucie liver I, was housed for several years. 'I ,urt.s, J. so as AI 1:1I :I a
who at
and civic workers und At the afternoon session, ', which caused him serious financial Iud Potsdam on the south early Kltchlng later sold the building 5-I.: 57 ,A '
Oalneivllie annual state confer alth officials six counties In this $j.500,000 const ruction for five I James (J. Johnson Atlanta loss In 1940, and he con- tialns stopped at Gosling for a ,, which became the present Stu- (lO.l.lee: so 20 M e0 a ,1 I1 I y

OI1e of last wee f jm the which include Dude I eiulpmcnt' program I rational: director oT Wage and fined his subsequent Martin safety signal on the diawbildte art Hotel. It was enlarged byc.dlng lOrt. :no! .a 111 ,

.o ra three agents on I' glon Broward, Palm i, g ate districts of Pahr I our and Child Labor Laws will county operations to cattle rais- 1'urlnlthis; flag stop the mall ;' : a wing at each end by I INCHES RAINFALL ,
ram Collier Moore ,
IlaUon over the Oalne h onroe I IIt Mrs. Carey that a 400b Hllne their application to Flor 'b'g. At the time of his death tags for both communities weie! 1 S anley Kltchlng and Mr. and lit. :'
Martin .I
lDItraUOl1 Her topic, -Horn F,'ach and to secure I each pointed the out southeasterrrslon I.a J printing; establishments R lu was planning to develop this thrown off. The Gosling post- N rs. Frank Glass and still stands Ina tI'f: : YS .al: ? ;

It Work In Marti was agreed each of six counties "d hospital in be filled Inunedloiilinuecl t McCarthy, of the McCarthy Cane Slough acreage into mall rinster carried the bag of let- on the Federal highway as part Ikl a. .IIJ'u
advertised this sectl tans: from would t and which Continued( On Page Seven) I l I
llib hip In the central part t' I it I the district asking Governor ((' On Page Seven) I (.tmliiiiHil vn )fxrge flea. ) farms I rs parcels papeis rorAl' 1.1' I n'4'' I

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I., ,Hi, .11\\ Inli nsUm) ,t ', nl i<'\\'puntD COMPLETE
ItI, Montor Editor inhim, ha' ti"\\1 lI'd the i The Hnuual Iliiiuwrrn parade INDUSTRY !'

I ( ,' ,/ ( I", world 1 lIl'II" i\\111.\ ,)i- \unsl\elv of costumed 'hOlol ihtulren investment'opporiunitles '' FL YING SER VICE
'10'''' I"' F nplovment and
.-."", 'f '! the past feweflis'\ aunt loisetiI Here in Prefabricated House I I sponsored by the Stuart PTxvlll .\, are present' In '

'rr GVC'ISUP, 1 Ac'nc) T'Impa,11: I, DIP changes ('omlM In UK newspspu ..- -, I II I tAll from the court house lift! volume In Floildis llve- I' FLIGHT TRAININGFOR

it I nrr,r" a i iriuni( (in) 4cloiUsingRt : ) |I' field : at 5:3t1: ) I Ills. ifternoon Fnilmg :M tOI k and allied Indu&Ules) since MEN AND WOMEN

," I I ud\ ConI':acand Olruic \ On Bniuiila\ the convention I' The luiiR-uwniteti! Iinwel i to H'\ .tl\l. SERVICES: FUn I at lire log; cabin, a grand march production( In this state misseslocal I Private license lo Airline lIatln&r."pl'l't *

" I{ c i Mt :non\ Florida manager oft fetuses; will be entertained : the liuiiKlnu! shortage( 1 is tide" in 11lHUSuItTII.: U I will b- followed by awarding market demands by IIPIJl'o.lmalf'ly Jn trurtllr.SEqulpmt'nl
I M Film \\' or l buffet, and '
SET Oil H prized! a supper
t I the i! A"" > lated Prl''It i h hentt- : the fount( 'or prefabricated email $70,000,000
with all day sightseeing| arrange- evening of fun and) frollic. ,Vtlprotteds VETERANS' SCHOOL
I quart, I j at Jacksonville! will U.- 1 "cllonlj it the Itl'as pointed out recently
nnnudl brfBltf : borne, built in service; Marlon: ANoith will for school lin- Private. Commercial, last rux for, In
r cuss Netter! 1 News Gathering' nlt'11:8: otter toile Funpiol\ roe gtt in the weekly business leUewrleased II'UIlIi'I1\\ \u| I Iio\

, i Dr lanhain. who will speak ,lit 1 business met'UUP when ntwotlictn rrll, ) and shipped to Stuart, "ready I 48, who died at the! local i'i, i provelncuts.,. by the research and In- i Engine, ) Refresher rtiiirsenppropil v ", 'la, .

I'rldav 1 night: is one of .Mnerlis will be named( for 1M7 I for quirk erection! anywhere; ofyour : ho>pita) Tuesday night, will be roilS!rial division Florida State Dlirniiiff Every Monday, a'
( roost\ tlKtlngiilnhecl!! \ neWs kit : conducted at Johns chapel at 11 (I! Chamber of Commit CHARTER SERVICE
lihiiPimen' (and i 1M vice-president( rUT nitcwni I I T, L HauMuann, a lesldent of elopk tomorrow morning. TheI .- H uJ' 1 lb,. \n1l'ril'n/1' Society ot VCAVK figured I|I Bewail Point for' the pall' elahtyears I farmerI I II an( forced' to shop about In other i
I A glance at tabulated I Rv. Sam Durrance of Cre\\svilli, Cap Milton Wibon, (
l p'PI'I> Mltrri. with n buckLI } and active! In the automotive I states' In older to satisfy AIRCRAFT SALES & SERVICE
for the past tin vcur( 1l'llI' Sebring, .,,111 officiate, Final: Coast Guard chief who N starting I
t mud ol many'\ sears' in thesoul Il1dlcate'l business before coming I, cus'omeis wants In beef, pork, .Authorized i'lper tub Il'alE'r-AI'I't'SSIII'I?
.,t r i'f f out Lit he must 1 widely n stendKiowth Both to Florida will displathe heft C'ilke i will be conducted by the a year's cruise of Florida poultry and dairy products. ; tvpert) Engine: Aircraft & Kitlio: Irllall',
t I sales end gross receipts( a Ret Durrance at the Crewsvllle 'vntein aboard the ketch Idler I
+ real :11nW"j'ftll I ( newrpupels.1'hone ( \ of the new houses to be shownin elc-svlte the fact that 12-month '
'", I t (ran of from one t 1"'"> two thousand / Martin county at the Royal church at 8 p m Saturday with docked in Stuart last wetk After a with ; AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS i
growing season, coupled a aample
'\ -Ii -- -.- --_. i ilmn inchear, accumulating( Talm Chevrolet Co showroom In burial In the family plot in a week In Foil Pierce, where (rainfall and other advan-I "('Io e.llp" flitito of Voiir 1'1'0111'1'1fmnl 'II, tI,'
*>, )rotate ul) 1 no pet)' tent fore I here allday Crew svllli IH. and Mrs Wilson visited
the Krueger htilldlnft ta make It fens'ble' for this i istal
11( du.ldrSlat ejtuidav and thrieafteiStuidilv North N n native of Highlands friends. they are now in Fortl,, fef*' a... /steltsl
:":f '.1.1' l: '.4a\ "n, ,tnld: I II" constructed\ ol North/ County and tame to Stuart five Lauderdale' for a month, farmers themselves tosupply 1>01 r-
,; '7 ." 0 ,I 1'4Spu Cnnillni pine, bolted and braced(\ I "us auo Although he follow-] Ills mother, Mrs RubteM1- the demand, and more I : mm '=-

: f: p I ,'" re-( (T: I the corners and ieadto/ b(' ii the rattle\ business as a litei \ H>n, and her niece Venom to become( exporters to othertlttes '

-, I! .. I ,mPitrI'q } \ shentheillh pine siding, the"ttiutive >: i of us lon he was employed here I outs, of Toled>i joined them nt i
;rr t J small homes ne manttietuiid bv: Join Smith In the Horseshoe Jacksonville for the trip down -'- '! EAST, SERVICE (Inc
"" I \ \t Selma, \. C by :.1.1.11. Although he was In a weakened the Inland witerway' Mrs Wlln It II l lt.SM 1 I-J 1.1.11

'I Vr rt. Bach ciboiid Rf adyBIIIUOI1W"!\ condition from, loss of ". is a glilhood friend of Mrs, DOWNS MELBOURNE I IT.cllly III\II: (:11111 1'lii\'"

1HA ippiod, they nnn I( It. blood fi' >m a cut wilst) sustained Hllliam Chisholm whom she Is Gen; \Iu\: '
Bishop /s( 01 ed on an 1iNOTICE I
tl' 2410! Florida I JlI' III i 111'(''' bedrooms and Inn 1 while buu\('herlng (cattle, death visiting Mis Chisholm and if.tArklt' plunge from the4, ---- _.

1 rl'" t ','m 51.100 to W400: rill i itlif ,,, I.I01 l a heart attack was unexpected daughter, Miss Betty, will join
I Sod line to give the StuartTiger
bl'II' houses Pil('(' 1'H'I.- \ the! llsons for a boat trip down ,
/New !' Floor cleaning, ( B-string a C-0 victory liver
t n'is ,11 o drieimined( bflnisli- Sun Ivor* Include a daughter, the coast this week end 'i (

Bakelite finishing, wax- Itl 1 i Inc: nn: (,111I1 anti flooring; Pu'he! I 'ii--. R. L. AddlMn and her thite the Idler is a 30-foot cabin the Tuesday Melbourne night Joe Bullpups Onailnr here and'' i

that (',' n"l 1111'111\\( plumbing \\lilnui ( .Idirn! of Lake Butler: themother. Tiilstt, custom-built for a
for floor Pam WhltJe
lug arenot : sparked: tilt attack
I i r i 1"lInI.1I1( i< and the d\\'l1-1)| ) Mii Julia Rivers, Avon lound-the-woild cruise with gas I
; en I their own 20-YlIl'd lint it I I the
too far gone. Cheap f work "' b\' the Park: I three sinters, Mrs, Anniet'lOktI'
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or I I"c. "::1' ir( Beach Mrs storage tanks of 400-gallon capacity l beglnnlnK:: of the last period altei .
West Palm
er than sanding Preserves cI.. She Is equipped with four serious h thieats earlier\
alhs I am piimlsed 10 days dpIII'I'Y" annie Cross IIndIrll, OirleRiel three masts for sailing I
sr In the cubs
and beautifies gamtThl' ( reached
said Mr Hau mann, Avon Park: four
( Mr. and Mrs Heath
Morgan the 5ard line three
on oprasMons ( -
your floors'! ,lid 1 estimate that I would: tike n<. Opoiue Bebiing: Leavy, vho their honeymoon at
spent arousing opt hnlsto 1 I "-
.1)) necks( ( nine for rl'l'I'1ull! and \Vnurhuln : James' Avon Paak.Illd the Pelican hotel aboard pudictions All Bars and Vendors 01
are ( by fans for the< fill\\II"
woik but In view' ( Uh mi Williams of AvonP
upplementil -
Moors expertly sanded! their cruiser, Dionne, and have ligei squad. I

I ("J l the present lunislin. shoituieJi : ik! .. _._ joined the Wilson for the ci'uise. Charles Boggess, t tickle( waoiHtaiicllllg : > beer and wine remain t
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and finished or cleaned 1 I is a minimum ol lime In
i .. hich n secure a new home 011 nuu.r. : fi'1l f ( us!( .1.1AT I on the line and exceptlonal -
and waxed.
punting by Boggess,
I Mr Hnusmann has the' dlsll'l.IJlltorshlp lUllVH' DICVU\ i
Kraft, of theChnmbei all
\lliltle closed
manager and day
Jim Bowden wasnoted. Tuesday .
I L I for Martin. St LuoloIndian The FEc railroad draw
of Commerce, returned .
Freeman Bitimgiitneihowed
cleaned 0 a held up for half an hourWednesday
Rugs! Pickup Rl\er' Brevmd OMCf'Ol1if.nd
from the National AssocIation
today -
flist-stilng promise! at
ronntlps afternoon when arue November 5th date of tht
anti Delivery Service, i I of Commerce Secretaries nd and Whittles passing! ,'om :
I landing barge
How did you halI1I) ) t 10 art
con v*'nt Ion at Miami The convention lined with Boggews' punt-block
Tacked. carpel cleanedon by another got into difficulties
,nto thla aetlMU ''J IK' Nuys( :
was also attended on added sensation to a fast General Election
asked i'i tempting to pass undtr The snappy during
I Iluor. TuesdAY by Price French new The .
(pame B string will play
of 25 that n
bil"t'I't')!: two are
1 head(\ no many peoplem-
clumber' president, and Kennetht'thlsneil return game with Fort Pierce
.plnlnln\ Dial the\ hud no place: CD i' jiitiCrluins' horn New York to New
ol Stuait next 'Tuesday night the hours! while the polls f
.tlldill and poluluncmaclunrs ( (10 live' he i plied and! er'-!ldded via the Stllal'tf'ortMyl'l's -- -----

for rent, HIIRIDI I'ti' Pr't' iIIGHi IIIHI'll1' t tYaasnrae tn do Sllml thin!: prattle 1 ( Anal.\ They have. beenm,1chretl
(.00) !) Kin ms: Is Hfiislls,
bOil'i relict' lilt UK' situ iikn I Jl>.. \, 1 by :hf Hamilton Ol; and equipment ih near main open

(.J-!: C? 01 I N('\\'' Orlt'anMhlt'h wtil SVHND: CONXIXIFNT:: : ': ; possible to the point 01 use'

.... nn..e" t themANOTHER If you'le biuld'n'! a new Itltchn -
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'jWf_ -- I I 4 Easy to SurlacesWrrk
'! MASS lOS PERFORMS 01 lemodelli! an old one I
"T aeesatre auctss, lr i4f"1IPbM surfaces, walls and Hoors
AT FORT PIERCE! PATROLMAN acre are bask planning Ideas to mould be smooth and durable
I : The of Stuartby
I MONDAY EVENING ASSIGNED TO AREA help' develop eli'clency They :-i Good Ventilation Plan City

EXCLUSIVe AGENT FORRichardson I I ,le by Myrtle Tolg home eco I
1 1' : gurus ventilation if possible
I'' William Missiloi' noted\ plAn- Patrolman W L, Sutton of 'omlcs consultant of the National L. B, EURIT
An electric! exhaust fan will re12un's I
I'I j it. will play at the Foil PI'I'\\ Etrunlak: Springs; has been stationed Safety Cut.ncll, I I

Cruisers j I I'; ('onreit Association program i In Martin County by the 1, Convenient Arrnngement I cooking odol'sI City Manager\!
Adequate Lighting mid
I'i Monday night Nov. 4, Tlk t loiida State Highway Patrol, Plate equipment. so that work I
W"lnf"" Plan for sufficient general
holders entitled to brine incienslnu to two the number naiurully, without "
I are p: on i esses I ,
llluinlnattun additioni
plus -
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I :,t rsts for the opening I concert ti leijuiei Patrolmen for this wasted cups from one wuiKingctn "
sc' ison tickets for five idelitio county\ Chde Piitle, Patrolman : to another Eqalpnunt ) ItRhtlng over work !surtaceiH I '" _
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"nty of branch circuits! indappliance
I I'I''I'n ts of I the intMiPal scos0n' here for \eral years, will re- usually can bt arranged In one

'hone .13 Stuart, /H tcrida i !' Box 96 I seemed from Mrs L W i 11 ..It, Patrolman Sutton U now ,, of the following plans: I of all outlets allow free, use

I Ilallx ii Fort Pierce! or m Tin \. nl inn hU home ut the Canton !I A, U-i.hapeU the sink Is I 7, Safety(electiiappliances Doorways should',' Announcing The Of> entni; > or

n .. .... ................___ ?11Ia I' News I I'OKI' 1 usually! pace: at the center of ptimit free Uoof tl'afflc.1

,......., with the
the U on one
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: ; : Rounded corners on counters )I II
\-K--r.i( so-
: !oT\\'I.: GREYHOUND LINES side wall and the refrigerator en THE
i CPE.aKs 10 iLoriu..\ ADD NEW BUSES I the other I :41 d sliding cabinet doors pie- :
____ tent blImps and biuises I II
WATCH FOR i i Commodore Stanley:: Klti hi"i B L-Shnprd-maJor! piecesof ,
of I the first ol 1257 I 8 Beauty and Comfoit Thentire LIGHTHOUSEPACKAGE
: ,i- tin guest speaker btfoir 5tj Delivery equipment are placed In sequence I
I family will enjoy a comfortable -
[ I'j uu i' '11))bfis and !guests of r;t tjiif' I II''w 1 buses on order foi the Greyhound along two walls at right!
attractive kitchen
: I '!1 LSra Auxiliary at a coveiet I II Lines at an estimated II.n\le5.[\ ,___ __ ,,_ -_.____ I
ORIGINAL Rexall: I c,11 supper Monday night at the cots of mote than $30 million I C. Two-Wall-In the narrow I
I Il"j, ibin The chairman of the 'i'I I I., expected early December, loom with entrances at opposite Are You a Lover of Music?

I I Inland Navigation district timed( I according to Orville S. Caesar' ends, equipment may be lined upon VISIT i

all those interested In he( cUelopmeiit .. |I I Greyhound\ piesldent parallel walls' with a passageway THE MARINE ROOM BAR
I The coaches which behngl I Ii l And enjoy the tunes of
11 SALE | \' ol Florida waterways I I ere between i
built! Qeneial Motors, will Murray Snyder Today Thursday October 31
| I tu'I'r their congressmen tnL i iII i by D. One-Wall all major I ,

II I UJ"L )itlinsr ot an addition ;, place one-fourth of the na- I equipment is amused: along 1! __ playing your favorites t ,

< S'5 noo 000 to carry out post I II :'I". 1 lIon-wld highway fleet Thei one wall,

'. plat-l : i i ser Slhersides will incor-I 2. Plenty of Counter Space. ( In the entrance lounge of the iglilhon I
4 Big Days purite more than 100 i Impioveiidits Counters should be of a heightto

!5 BUI HIM: rnniiTs for passenger comfort allow comfortable working STUART No 3202
I: I I I :ua'ryA M" U dn.fjny 12, l ,
L;; i I'.\NT UUK !riding ease and mechanical per- postuie: provide toe-space at .r ." CIMSHOLM GRILL '

Oil 25--.Hany: H. Brown, lej iormance All will be powered base 't',; .1.' FRED p.Id.nt STAFFORD OPENING SPECIALS
Nov. p' I
6,7,8and9 j n ton('eel concrete block dwell-: ty:. diesel engines and be equippedwl 3, Ample Storage Spice Lo- JAMES PECRAM, Srt ,

| ]i 111 i ,s 39) feet 6 Inches by 40 feet, : the most modem all-conditioning cvte storage space for supplies,

---,,-- ---- ----'-- i,. I I r rib plaster( and stucco walls 8! units I Schneley' Reserve ph, $2,6<1

II b25 feet cat garage ----- I MRS! LESLIE \\, TLU.IIIKOI: -' SINGING j
: m'JW"i" I'III'IT ST\M I Corby'r Reserve ptpt 2.2:
Od\ :.a- L S. England, leln- .
p.lndll.! of vole. production lor

irrwurr! ) DISUB BOH;?. I' :I36:!loured* leer(\ tontiete b28 feet block, stucco residence( nndpiistn .(11'Harry a 10 x Robertson 30 foot concrete Is contractor block H A I L B E Goshen for pl'of..lon.1,I..r. drain, rpenhere yonn Old Sunny brook >. 24,

PHONE 1 iI j j.wn I I walls, building being built on the S 0 P It A N () AVAILARI.E FOR RADIO CONCERTS X.RA"'S< ORATORIO AND Fleisclimartn't Preferred -, ph. 231

I ----_. federal highway near Shadow-I (Pupil of Mine
Meade irytrSTUDIO1020 P. M DeLuxe ,
.""" "..-___ i 1 \BIf: TENNIS: : TIIJ\F\ lawn Apartments by Garland -

!IX Rules nip posted In tin Chic Edenficld for a fruit stand and' Ppt 26
if : \DSIII..L1! L i | Gallagher & Burton White Label *
1 ( utter for the table tennis touinament '- i novelty shop, \l'hlch1'111' piob- ,

I I to be held Nov 5th All! I bly open about Dec 1. Seagrams 7 Crown P''*, 261

I age groups are eligible to play ---- Attention VeteransExpress Three Feathers 5th $4,18-\2 pt $13

Spessard L .HollandTHANKS in the tournament during t the 76 NEW VOTERS ARE ,

month of Nov. To date twits. ELIGIBLE IN COUNTY Gallagher & Burton

I girls and boys have signed to Black Label 5th 3.72-1/11 pis 1.1
pen the tournament at seven Mrs J P. Blaket-lee, lIupervh-
I clock next Tuesday evening!! i( 1,1' (of !leglstiatlon! unnounred I Golden Wedding 5th 3.69

COUNTY FOR THEIR SUPPORT I IN THE under the supervision of the
director and "Pup" II tered: for the general elec- '' Your Appreciationfor

PRIMARY Cossaboom the host at the Civic lon, 32 registering while the Cantairt, White Seal till pt 1.1

center., looks were in theprecinrts and I

-- 41 at HIP court!\' house I your Old Thompson , 5th 372
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MM" 'n':i> STI .tier
William Penn .
.5th 366
Remember To Vote Nov. TERMINAL LEAVE PAY
5 Rev II W. McCombs 1t1'(1 Visit The New I

lormer local pastor has iPtiun- ROOM

for ed to his home In Foil Pities Enjoy Dining; in Private I SpecialsKings

t I after spending! the suninui in AtmospherePaul and Vote For

West Virginia Gerhard
i _ Treasurer Blended
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I -I"-; .-- Scotch Type Whiskey _.. 5th $40''
AnnouncementNICK'S Dwight RogersFOR Auld Malcolm Imported Highland Liqueur 5th 4,71

Harwoods Imported Canadian Whiskey 5th 59!


This reminder published by Martin County friends under Now Management 4- All popular brands of Cuban and Puerto Rican Rum

of Spessard L Holland.Paid "OPENING NEXT THURSDAY" Domestic and Imported Wines and a complete line

d Serving Breakfasts, Luncheons! Dinners. Democratic CongrassSonrl Committee of the 6th Dist Liqueurs and Cordials

Watch for further announcement
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[jghest Cash For Your Car I Egg Production Goes Up During Fair I RAIIROID AGENT I III l110dat 1011 of tout\ 'M1In( !1001! could) 'tat ettaln 9 guests at $7 a '

March of Dimes crEAKS TO ROTARY the Danfoith hotel olft-ied to I Iveek,

WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES : : .J I 1 Van Campen FEC passenRei i accommodate 12 guests nt $2.1\0\ : of
Paul Rever wa president I
Director Named And Winter As Turned of St.
On Augustine
you the O. P. A. limit for I Lights agent gaven R day i room and board i and the : the first board of health in '. '
I run p.T your cat whichi. '> Interesting resume of the '
B Kltchlng residence which American I history,
[ i. II much a. you can get anywhere and I Uv, IRMl 11.Fit practices are generally fallowed: I history. of the Florida east COM .. ---- .--- --:- 'i t
STAY WITHIN THE LAW Farm" klectr flcatioi! Buren.Poi'tW t. I mo tins light. evening lights or Hiiilh from t the time the railroad be-

,,,' "house has been, lights However nil 1 lend to- '.un developing In the early nlne- LIST Rooms Apartment and KenlnlMomeg h
lighting is l I the' same goal -to provide your 4
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. I ball> p.'nollih .t rat' effec vtind n 'bent with IS hour of light/ per lies, with us. ,
I prlt'' tal" et"'nom'cal means 'u cla> figure approved, after en Early days of Stuart were re-
311.25 South Dixie tutu" ,?.t p rtu ''nn t' luring< thutnlp 1.1'' '' I. 'lull bi the Washington called by ralhoad advertising' L. FULFORD tc'tia
tip> I tol''' l Stall' College Agriculture! Expert
. L Fla, I pamphlets listing one hotel and
Pierce Telephone 190 pro- en! expel Trie stints" o, To'' nen Station and others { istala
_. ,ne rooming house for the ace: P
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7 i Are You a Lover of Music? Mv\Aor\in\T
VISIT Write I'. O P.ox No 4
and A7 w
And enjoy the tunes of Phone :J17
PHOTOS Murray Snyder Snort 1 Florida m ..

OTOCRAPHS WILL SALEEFFICIENT HELP YOU MAKE TIIAT playing; your favorites __. .h_ _._.._ '_' _...____ ..

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Bids Next To Western Union tuagr lee'gt f. Holt: TO THE OPENING EXHIBIT I'i

J't'Ige) noise: F':. Holt of Mlamf.
I"v '" has been nomad Hoi Ida State OF
hnlrmnn rf the 1917< March! of '., t
HAND PAINTED tilim-n : t1; i
ADVERTISING( I \\hlch taken place a'
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1111:r Bisll 0onnor |pi ie ldem of i )legt( f \1 1"I" :: ;ic ;;; "" morning and evening-light SEABOARD ,
(the Nitionil, ," .,, .
: Poiinilmlon for Infan I p"'I' 0 sit lump used .n s reflector
i llle rsril>'iils/ hat announced Wit twuta:, flrerr II :i 1<, II diameter and 4 inches
Judge, I 11011., a former putt' 1 hi t, no. tl'i ; 1 I required for each 200 nquare
of law al the nlvmlly of profemor Miami, the;t e ;ultant. ,, :ir,rd::\n: :i egg |) 'o I nt r float ipnce It all.night light
y i I hAt hem a Judge of the Eleventh t tJOn flan I due<1 to the Kicale,r < testi show that one 10 to FACTORY BUILT HOMES
J\1Ihdal\ rirciilt of feed consumed d\.rlnu the "1, I tt lamp ii needed for the lime
since hli.
r appoint on" period However, later te of floor hpaco In all easel,
300 OtD mini( to the IloiIJa (Bench 'Are' cloied that the stimulating should be Itfcated 6 feet above
)ypal. HRO He was Dade .
County which lights have and
on laying placed so thatroorlar
reptpfpnuixe, to the Slat Legls may be a more Important and feed troughs are well SATURDAY NOV. 2
Cur ''ntllle lot theeai'. 1937, 1939 and result obtained than the It Is important that ,
P.0 aox1 501 !1941. contumpt of feed. : water be accessible to
Mr OConnoi In moping known cause, It if production that throughout the winter-a (Open all) day and evening! and every day thereafter)

Judge Holo. revealed arrtptnire(that of In cop.(lhchalrmitnuhlp from and studies 10 to 10 record percent) that more J which" are automatic equipped poultry to handle water At The Royal Palm Chevrolet Show Room
lighted poultry house* : and economically
11111I.I1t! the 1946 outbreak.
of In. and winter seasons than they timing devices
(fanille pnahtia (the National" foundation mm.lighted houses : for dlmmmi and turning in KRUEGER BLDG., STUART, FLORIDA
I sent to Its chapters In the Electilcilv. Is recognized/ us on and off at required periods.
!\\ew! Blue Room Restaurant field more than two and a hIt the bed source of Illumination amount ot( electritity used In These READY BUILT HOMES are of extra strong construction
million ilollnm In' epidemic" nil, it Is low In cost can be house lighting will vaiy !
Built only of air seasoned lumber
through\\ thc end,I of, IIPI'temb'r|'( :; automntlcnl1requires; very 3 to 8 Kilowatt Hows per 100
and vh month, Designed for permanence ft well as beauty
Mnn\.. of thin >efir* polio patlentt : personal attention' per depending on the
'sT e ;' Mr OConnoriall' '' lllre, mlnitcs) the hazards : of lighting liked and manage Easily and quickly erected
The matoritv of poultrymen practices followed At this rate,
quite! honpllnllzailon and) rare for liking 1 ithts In (their poultry ... of only one egg per bird
In And The Construction
Now Open a long period of f lime The aftercare In October, and continue until. will more than pay for Come Inspect Sturdy
of these patient will be moid' larch ot early, April Three of power consumed. j.
expensive than tieatment In the Details And Beautiful Interior Finish
acute nape of Die dlnease 'l'he
For Meals high cox of epidemic points up i In the st. Lucle river Wal-

tin real need for the services of II I See There Rein jr., Billie Smith and QUICK DELIVERIESSizes
public Dplrlled men such as Judge .1
; Osborne made some nice
Holt His ell'olll111 prone of great.. liv N. II, (Bill) ,
colic In the forthcoming appeal,, 4 of snook and trout this for any need Prices for any purse
Hiring the oar a* a I.t Com : week In the river under
FINE SEAFOODS manger' In the Conn Cittrd Judge I The Stwirt! Diiip Co. Is
t'' e Holt commanded the Tori Seem,. int. to enlarge their store railroad bridge These fel- DISTRIBUTORT.
c.y STEAKS and I'ntre" ,.t. Miami I J'y 1 taking over the loom have proven to be as good
-.- ----- <\.pled by the Ideal Spoils '' as football players .
CHOPSjijoy I
... I The building in the rear crew of men are busy can-
Ideal Sport Shop is being Counties : Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Brevard, Osceola
Are You Lover of Music I up the Fourth Street park ,
a modeled When finished it and Polk
is sure a big improvement I I
Mixed Drinks At Your Table VISIT be occupied by the 8)0I'18!
section of our town
And enjoy the tunes of Jim Kennedy has set run"n Hendiy has repaired and --- ... ---. .. ... .-
TOMMY SAVAS ample for clean-up of
>d in good condition all the
city lots. This past week
favorites on the roads leading to
.1 playing your grass and weeds on \the Beach. h

front of the Florida large truck loads of
and Title Co were cut The this
past Stuart Hardware Co.I I

fJUST RECEIVED town Appearance. is a credit to I I for will the be new opened dining soon room In

John Mann, president of Stuart Hotel\ I
Rod and dun Club, with the
I Blue Goose, four miles
Shipment of Chest of Drawers of some of the members is of town, is erecting a SALE HOUSEWARESto
ing skeet houses one mile I of over-night cottages/
of Stuart I and organizing/ a lear of their place

'- UNFINISHED, READY TO PAINT shoot. John purchased an Coisaboom the genial
ooclen garage in order to (
at the Stuart Civic Center
I make kitchen sparkle and shine to just hours
d THREE SIZES Ii mbei to build these much praise for the your save
r He had to purchase a ana manner In which
haul the lumber and now I Center is operated. More and hours of time get your new housewares at V

I ho- s W H D Enrage; for the truck. I should visit and make use

fu ; 1 5 DRAWER 30x16x43 C D. McQuade owner of Center which the City STUART HARDWARE CO.
__e- Stuart Hotel caught two maintains for then '
I.-. 5 DRAWER 26x16x43 weighing ten and one-half It Is open to the public ,
t Q ar'4: 4 DRAWER 30x16x36 eleven pounds each in the I of folks would do less

Lucle river last Saturday )' if It were as hard to ENAMEL WARE STAINLESS STEEL :
Metal Porch or Lawn Chairs noon He was out with In I as It is to pay back.
McKilllp) In one of ; '
t | boats McQuade has now 'I Sauce Pan 395L' Double Boiler'I'

c'uated! from the fishless I '* Milk Today '
Co. I, timans class to a full .,:
Rowell Furniture I Producedand
1| fI hprma n.I I
I The Harold John Post i HUNTER Was $5.25
ger Bldg, Phone 61 I the American Legion Is
I plan for an Armistice day I PasteurizedIn

atom\ and celebration. They Martin Countyarat's Flour Sifter 40/ Sale $3.98
to mike it a big day, with a I :
fry In the morning, ;
game in the a aftcinoon Dairy
The BLUE GOOSEIIIGHWAY meeting and dance in the ELCOPressure <
ning, I'i O. Box 1042 Stuart I
The snook and trout are STAINLESS STEEL
.. CookerWas
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NO 1, THREE MILES NORTH OF STUART I $13.95 3-qt. Sauce Pan

Featuring Nightly P %f 1 Sale 1250 Was $3.85

eoav".."" Ma Raial r ar NalearItataanew

,. .. Aluminum Roaster Sale $2.79


"" "Hey Pop! The new MODEL 120-A a '

Their Added Attraction 'T I, washing" machine Just' $5.18Aluminum STAINLESS STEEL *'

Thelma Her AccordianThey i .. .I come from the Electric Sauce '
and ) ,' 6-Cup Pan

: 1 ... Service and Repair Co."
Town .. -I'! Sauce Pan
Are The Talk of The

REQUESTSIn ':;:0 'f.:; :........ ... .1: ?J Was $2.50 ;r '

PLAYING YOUR FAVORITE ';., -;.......-: e.: .79'
6 CUP .... ..

Sale $1.89 '
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Request. ] Dutch Oven GLASS REFRIGERATOR' i'R
J/C.. "Kil w t T.yUr A An*.

FOOD> ? TRY US AND Largest Selection In Mar- PHONE JM DEMON 1UILDIHG 4 Piece $7.95 Drip Pans $1.29

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j _.! NEWS% '. STUART, .Martin... Connt7, ., n.oRJDA. ,, THURSDAY"" OCT. 31, .1148... AGE YIVV.
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k; :::" 'or I I Carrying on the Traditions of Sixty YearsCarl Merchandising by the Bess Familyformer ''j

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''i'' L. Bess Announces the Change In Narnt)I[ Ricou Hardware Co., Not Inc., To I : fI,,, I H'; .,

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confidence in the growing: business possi. merchandising was the "order of the day" j m, m! Long After the Price is Forgotten," to serve. The ownership of outlets both in Florida and in IJ '

bilities of Stuart and Martin County, I purchased Ricou firms.. a feeling of justifiable pride that I state that Missouri makes it possible for us to obtain purchasing "'., f

Hardware. Company on June 12, 1944, and the public In turn we have appreciated your patronaqe ess he founded is still thriving.. In the tradi. advantages( which will be passed on to you-our cus-- ". '- -.' :

..'. response:) '' has more than justified the great effort which and it alone has made it possible for us to give y yo :nerican way, based on providing real value tomers.In. .
.. \ i.. : it took to meet hardware shortages during the past two home.owned hardware store second to none in the Stg ice e, it has grown and helped its community to '\ '.,
,..... ''f'' that Bess Hardware closing, I wish to convey two thoughts: first, my
A, ,,,, -, ; years. With continued confidence in Stuart and Ma* confident Company of appreciation of \
p .. ,-> an efficient and loyal staff, without
j : ,, 'I County, I am glad today to announce the change inn | j''I be carried on in the same tradition and with which ,l"l"f.f.. -
business .
r no could be and second, ,I
a success
1fIIIl. All associated with this enterprise can look of this firm to Bess Hardware Company, effec] mutual benefits.that ; my .,4h .
sincere feeling that there is unlimited for
14 our merchandising record during this trying period November 1st, carrying on the traditions of the BJ opportunity
( : the war years are over, and and
; i I more growth of Stuart and Martin County if we will all pull
with n feeling of accomplishment. Because of long family name in the hardware business for more l tj} [ is becoming available American
together and make the most of that opportunity. This
established, contacts and merchandising standingwith 60
; our years. back into production,
our customers
jets et$ '; can can be one of the leading communities the East Coastof
E. H. BESS national jobbers, we were able to "deliver the Back in 1886, my Father, E. H. Bess, whose phcj continued and growing leadership from Bess Florida.. Let's' work together to make it just that..
goods." Our customers have appreciated the fact that graph{ appears on this page, launched the E. H, Bj I ft e Company. We will, as in the past, handle
": 1867 1944 we were constantly on our toes to secure for them what Hardware & Furniture Company in FredericktoMo. nationally recognized integrity. Our special Your very truly, BESS ENTERPRISES:. STUART, FLA..
Founder ever items the market afforded-when less aggressive His memorable slogan was "The Recollection'; mil i\l\ be expanded as we see new opportunities CARL L. BESS. Sole Owner

E.:. H. Bets.. Hardware & Furniture Co. t Best Hardware Co.., Stuart, and E.. H. Ben i Hardware t
Frcdcricktown" Mo. & Furniture Co., Frcdericktown, Mo..


Nationally Recognized Merchandise \ Appliance p c e Sales I and' d S Special i I ServicesBess ,:

4 This :space; : is s insufficient; to list the hundreds of "famous names" in hardware, household appliances, and sporting goods!' ", i,
which are supplied to you through! h Bess Hardware Company-many of them on an exclusive basis-but here are a few of Hardware Company handles exclusively Kelvinator Refrigerators and the entire Kelvinator line of electrical ap.
the outstanding trade names which you will irstantly. recognize.. pliar.ces. We also handle Crosley Refrigerators exclusively, and the full line of Crosley appliances.

.\ I.IP... sportinq Roods and fishing tackle PFLUEGER HEDDON SHAKESPEARE TRUE TEMPER WIN- f t In charge of Grant Leek, our Refrigerating Contracting and Service Department it the most complete in this territory. No
CHCSTriJ RKMINGTON[: FOX. SAVAGE. .ITHACA. .. BRO\VNING.\ ..STEVENS.. EVINKUDE{ MOTORS.. : job is too large or toD:> small. In this field you can call on us for anything from the repair., of your household refrigerator to the
4 1 In paints GLIDDEN BPS NU.ENAMEL INTERNATIONAL BOAT PAINTS. construction of a modern cold storage plant.

I In general{ haidwa-e! KEEN KUTTER. DIAMOND EDGE STANLEY LUFKIN ATKINS TEXTO \J \We also specialize, in Air-Conditioning and are in position to both install and ser',ice the most modern types of air conditioning -

specialties,; DUO-THFRM CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS ECLIPSE LAWN\ MOWERS ENTERPRISE t Our Electrical Department, under 1.. S.. England, is able to handle anything<< fr. m repairing an electric iron to taking r
GAS STOVES FLOXLNCC. OIL STOVES.. over the wiring contract, for your home or larger construction job. Mr. England wn's Chief Instrument Checker for B-24's' h..
1 I in Louisville, Ky., Tucson, Ariz., Allentown, Pa., and New Orleans. He was heav/ duty mechanic foreman for Beckell,
I F This modern hardware: &store is completely stocked with every form of household need, building materials, marine supplies I Price & Callahan in installation of the pipe line from Conall to White Horse, Alaska, in 1943. I I''
1 tools, farm supplies, paints--in fact anything and everything which is identified with the word "hardware." -
I AL You CP.Tl? depend on Bess Hardware Co. for appliances and refrigeration and elf<,ctrical service. Bring us your problem. .
See us first before you try elsewhere' -and in case we don't' have it on hand you may be sure that we will do our best to i
get it for you.. I I1m
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of most important departments, our age period, and will continue to pi\'sh this important '
of ht One our
A resident t, 1939, my .
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hardware expenencLackground years, with a Fishing Tackle Department and d Fishing
Under management Bess Hardware ComF come at Bess Hardware Company, whether ,, ,
my you k d of f 1 I 1 Feel free to tell us your needi; and we'll 11 do .
F:.,urit"'\jny, ? ,will where, continue relations to 1 b be a 5 store with the with h customer"the t C friendly y come in to see about new arrivals, act;, about the fish. .that, so I it's's no joke mer k e |pence\kslc Ik kAl behind_ He ,t' 5 Service, is under my personal I charge.h Tackle i our best to supply them for the:' home, the sporting .
e : our
f.rst.. corns ins, or r have some specific need which we can fill.. Knows." If I don't' pyhow,d don't'et repairs, too. We are proud of the fact that our slogan field, or farm equipment. AnJ if you want to I.
tWo Fishin'' held true during tea h shortknow I k where h t they're' biting "As.' AL.
always want you to feel that you are welBelieve me, we will do our best. hesitate to ask. ? "Keep" 'Em

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L. S. ENGLAND JOSEPH M.. PHILPElectrician :c
Stock Clerk, \Warehouse Mjr.\ Attutant, Manager Mechanical, Foreman Alaska 3 Years Hardware Experience. I(
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Formerly With Natict'! Foldm: Salesman 2"x 14 Years. Experience Hardware Pipe Line \
Cox Co. Four Year*With Montgomery Ward 0 Field Buness,; Field I .

Remember the Name-BESS H.ARDW. COMP AN1r Leadership j in, Service

24 [Hour Refrigeration Service( Phones; Day 2 216 1 6, Night 44-R4

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iPdt 1 ., IHL jXTun SCMS. s'1IRl: Miilln Cuimtr ) \ TRI !'(),\V, OCT. Jl, 19,6, i,

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i tics It is i therefore, phI ely a question of whether the Ott Ot Oi=====o o=====' oco
\\1'' Eat c tuart: N'ew$ Passage' of Amendments < ers of this State are "h11'> to uphold the members of ob
i Legislature in thei-: effo to better serve the public
....,...., 'I whether v'nu IU',' gc'iig' to vote against these amemints Horticulturally Speafaq
', Published every Thursday nt I and thereby eouttih.de' !o continued domination olit !
,,1't d .. -- Stuart Martin Comity, Florida,, 4 and 5 Seen as Vital < I legislative represtutatittt by the I Executive Dcpartnt. =0caotoooc or oa

j I bv Stuart Daily News Inc. a TI'I'f'NI.t'\ much discussed in the bible, liki\ ih"s, '.1\ "d, ,'
' a Florida ineis of wateis. M well IM flip tree( ol kmmlcdg,' 'j
'. corporation The issue Is \xheth< < ur Fate! will retain in practical : "I| u "I I ,
, \ 'x { "Entl'rl'd as second-claM mail >lj awon Vie! fur l Isurl l.tua i t-incirle)J of our Constitutiont tile tree eil hie whose 1"lIvt'h'I'(' lor the liriiling mil>i i I ', j
: I ( '. matter .t the post office at To Citizens; of Florida our gov..M-nment s"! I"1! fu't'ion" through its three separdiktinct in .idclilion, to those, used figuratively: the oak\ oh\. ,,| : '1

'15.r *,, Stuart, Florida! under the Acts ?', anti ini'ejuculi-'il' tliougti co-ordinate divisions, we kneiw well .11'" conspicuous figures in the pugi.( ,"I,| (II| .' "''''I''

.i I of March 8, 1879 <' Legfftlat, K\ccUi: a-ul Judicial, or whether the >.nn' unity recall (jog; roar iiie-inoiv bv looking "H tln| ,,,
I +. FREE PRESS' its indirect control of the.Iltslature when John| tile Ra Mitt tvnr'nenchtng in the I
A '.nitive Department) through( : ; \\ildein. I.|., ,,,,
:Tl t YEARS OF SERVICE By Senator Waiter G. Walker n
: will continue; to (dominate', as it has in practice, !IHlists( :nnd wild honey. Have )yon everomlciul I "I i, ,, II,,,'
and TheHi'''nun tally V.w. *.. ini-eMMr 1 Daytona Bench 'II ;overnmental fti.icliom; through, expansion of the ap.II'tfa. 'locusts"mennt9' It does not refer gMsshnppcis: I but,,, .,

A FREE PEOPLE of ii.l'i-' ., the, publinhml mtwri' Time"In ."''he..art.tint. Anil Mel II, There an) "six )propose' ) mi' .' ;.ttitiem'. I II' tenements1! .1( *,' pavertuiLuttgetedo0linningaprOpriatfon5and glows:" In peat; mnnbeis, even to this d.1Y. in ,III' .ltd 1 ,"d, |, 1'1/" ,
t ",, 1.>} .I"MI, nnd Tae th TltiiM*. Sl.r., Mwwntor, "lcbnich 1 the November' Jciuial; Kl:1 ''ion, itallot. Th se i.mend-: on rol of "H"t, onase. lanyerlurks, in the present ten- the easlein Mediteiranean.! common names ,1m, tK| //11?, ,', (
MiN"rou2IJ TAP wet. Rouen Dlly Ne.e t" tints )propose changes ill oui ( lI..k. ''aw' an )r y '. .. -i ;.. k, Kit In, *rk.It ol ,such > that citizen of d., and control the Legislature /; It belongs 'to ,the mid 1'r'
e formrrlr known .. .Ih. ueture great) imp< 'HUH every ; n. t to m nnte i//// 'rt' !: pen family its tiseliilnc, ? ,,, /"
I, N"e \ '- .-",nth, "Irorr; : IV,eloperSLU.SCRIP1ION ." rrlda\ should sttul.x t these at i-mlnii'iit ei 1 leUilly. melt ge I-oHtica power grows with/ the expenditure/ of money fact tli.it its very laige: "('(',1 |VKS ore good:' to ('.11., ( ,.It',,', I,, '" ,I
__ I .1 the vote Tuesday' November ;o'h. ,incl, Innriiins often eat them in tune of OMK! I
F"N'I\ i 1 .tln 1 many .nen oliMral' pv v u' create n desire for more si" iru\ n",.
"" t"\1'; ; I )I'. 1.11 Itit.I ,\ ,I I' I: .. ,. ,,aPnN11, MenRMn I This. is democracy an.on.; If you do not vote von .ov e1. Earn sc.'don of the Legislature. \ in recent years' widely planted] in Culifoini.i, for sliaeli and I think I Iml.l,,, 1, "I I PI'I

'; ."e ...hh'klnlt'our individual Duty' as. an American and aicitlxen 11 I Len sill ,..ect.'d to conti.jumis, lobbying and high-pres- for div; sancllands in FIIIl'illlIf you \\ .1111 i tu, ", I ,,I"

!:.' Nu", ,,' t. n i I la?.RATES genre U.nn of Florida. 111') tactics troth" theme uncontrolled! departments, boards, come to mv' )lionse an\ Snnd.iv nfUnioon mid 1 n ill ci] dl\\ ,I, ,

A I I." " .. _I _.. 'I'hn ._ Four of these* proposed amendments relate only lta'llll", am, commissions ; whether with or r without the ."'?n.
", ? "" '" ".lnn mnnetrmnm lermrnl" renfrne the rlahtc1. i local ,situations! in lour "specific counties but they are on emit of the Governor i It, immaterial: the )pressure!! 10- TIll'I CAnon. j Is onlv, one' of 1,000 dees diMnl", ,i '
1- I' 'h ,'," r..r. rvy."Ihlleel'tern mil III Ml/e ,,act| amendments mid should lie adopted n"hlt.! book\. David Stuirmk\ and,! I hate ui iltcn : Shuelc, mil( (ri" , ';

------m.. ltt'1'I,!'; : II I nlFIOITF.OrrUss: ; -- I The other I two amendments' No. 4 and /ft on the No- Our state government 1 is low largely! a highly com- for South rloiida and (:ubt.. If von would. like I,", I b,, I i iid ''

-- ''- -. -- '"'mber ballot, lire of) far-reac :ling/ state-wide importance >d i l"'; and ov'ci lapping pystem", of bureaucratic control. Un- with the tie-e of this pant' of ,the world Parts( 111.11, I II I ? I
OC-xOGOr"; "'*OCO====7000=====OCO he adoption amendment No J and No. fdlJ im- we r'efh' :telv curtail this, system: of "Unbudgeted Con- from' other countIc-s.( gnu should have this, book t?, I.i i a

1 Worthy Meditation/ \ 'Ol'(' the t''ollOmtl1d/ effkiuey of our slate i ovcrnn.cnl' hating, Appi'oprlationV bureaucracy will continue to growat The )Bible I't''ollls'I LIII11)):" ) that /.uxnuois, ,
eI ',id It is tiememloiiHly, important that th-s.: t Uxnmi: end- an accelerated, pare and our government will soon! be in seeing\ Il'sIIIllI1t "lie"* 1.111 I IIt'fol'l' and climbed uptrcH 'I ,
n C CC: = :.:.(' '-- .:::::III10JCOC::=OClOC==, Cuts, lie adopted. The di
\I .J I 1//, .- 111. bl "K many di-aMer! can be seen. the effect of the olhe i .lecteci\ stiiti/ oJ'1! clalll and the voice of the people smoth- "kuumnie" in 11ll'( set fptuer !Is: not the trei'' oi tin' ,TMI,,, ,t! ,", up1",

(::1".1,'. / )1\< .H'I'.ljll1inll"'III1Ill'\'l'h"" govern.' Our eiehtv-odd! ,state b-'iifilh, "IMM-CI/ "; ''01 I e' minions ; "di stilled I. II'\ know' bv 'that. name. but one of I lie robber 'oi/. I I i I"" II,
( I"" i 1\i \h.it .\titi niaj', heart, will doll or under the leadrr ,hip( of ;bo pm t cuu'r/ ",.it.: npoii trifiem :>: 'i,1''i:' j 3 \'he G ox 11 nor anJ' the State' political I ,-i/ioinoius! /, / It Is 'nhio1luJ1): planted' In S.nitli I FIo'I']i 'i 't :
( '01-' i 'd- nn ,111 more or I less the same thing : are opposing these i mendimIUK! / I Ion. ti,i :,teanei II..1.r'III.'j'lIt" not wanl to In-a 1 their control over the un.1l'kI' Oi.. David Pairclnlcl. pointing out eights; in his "Iii IId", 4, ,"
I .. -i"" '''III. tt'ithuntease\ in our heart isleading) propaganda) is )luirg' oiic'vilalcd''."i :,,:tI!I.u, .h, .. '' :' '' I'll; | u'ibiiilKi'eil' L-xpeiuliiure of millions of dallier visitors, refer to tills. as HI I". tree l.l(Jlllrilh, Bunted 1 I I",, '" I, ."
II t.u: I : ,. In the world:? ate in an cllort t to< deceive' the voters as t.'th: J'l al ]purse year:! of I the fttjio'n n"JI't'Y, but if you expect your )Doitoi c I UK k led at tils mistake' 'I'in Ivltei, ,il ,in. I, '
Maurice :Maeterlinck.\ '' .> of these" amendments and thereby defeat! them .i.ators' HIIC'' reprrsuntatives t 1,1 properly and! efficiently the' bible I ;' lie said.

The propaganda IK being circulated that hiss\ timcnJ.iients \ orm their dutioa In the j lr Tying of taxes/ and the In oar new look I '\ we clo not (1" I'I'IIH' /ftc" s/;/ ""
( 1 I" C'N NOVEMBER will Improperly Infringe ni]'on t the J po\'.' 'I'''' of the ,|pi ',''tlon t f tin t ,: ..'Ci t'-; .--n'" v.xpendituies for the op.rll-I tell about >JtI l> cliffcient, other members ol ibis '.nun'/ !II, I
Kxecutive: Department) and will be dot ,'imeminl: to the U of our.lae.) gcxe' luni''' hen you should go to the shim pi'cut promise/ as Ol'lloll1'utll In Miiilh rimilisplcndicl i I
t'll1l"1" t ?i-up only 20 per cent of the schools Thin is pint- "bunk". These amendments do nut ,;ils) on November 3-h) Soil t ore for Amendment" No.= 5 I photograpb: of two( species e. One ot tit'". ]p .. ,

I 11"1,'. <'1 -P'' -' MI-. is approved b.v the I peop' |II'i relate in ally way to the schools' counties, or eitie's They i''I Amedmnt Xo. 5, I beiiiililnl Ire on one of the liont.. CIIIIKIS ol Its ',..I!.IStnn .' ''II
'Iii'', (ii, //i 11. i I' The "tent' 1 comeM fiiim specific xxe re (designed exclusively, for the purpose) ,enabling:' andrcejuiring A group of' ll'trlill..f'1'1t have untiringly woiked} for six '1. 'Mils, IN the HtsHMis"' Picis Anollui' pli''''.1.1maginilicciit I?
i"I." 1/1', II.I iiiti'iuinx-, appropriations hanging.. the Legislature to properly and ofiiciently( perIorm i "irto' t I eliminate this ;. m >ni and( it noleMtl! in the hands "pant |hl'lilld|, | the nllill! house in \\i,?i |i'I t tIMIU I', 1
utlr' I Ir.tn1cn 0111 t its" dutie, of budgeting and appro-printing\ every' dollar tin ..tlnlitplOU1'(' of all political) power, the people. I I IAUII-I. Fa es. 'IIns, is (he most IxMtitilnl I in.I. I

,,, I ."> providing a budget' director spent b.v the State and to prevent the 8tat', multiplicity 1- battle i, now up t to you--me 1 citizens of Florida. Itoitr 1 One hnndied initomoliilvi. can p.nk in its sh.ul(. ,il ?n u' t 111,j" [I' I In'trr
;,11 put the ) \ (d'ltja; as a olit.ei\ed it speciallv) ', get! out of your' (".11.. tin. i In v
: t : 'r, I I. .I I -I.It'a.I I baeie.iI their present practice! of operating from unlimited( un- to the puIN on Note n WI'.h (and '-Qt(' for Amendment bat( nciglilxnhnod: and a ,ilk under. its grill: bi.iiiiln' '

] I 'I' I iiui'i, aticrutic control of our State budgeted continuing appropriations., .O. 4 and Amendrrui'' ,n 1. /5 Our book\ tells a I !good, deal nhont riond.is I i" .it ,
Y"I 11",1,, > :al'I'l1dm'ntHn(1, see that your The only effect these amendments, will have on I the -, which) is (1I111111IIV.nlll'n( \ us the SIIUM.IIM, : i III. i b?, ,,u. 'I": ,
J'i) ""Id,, 11,1 ,' j 1"'. executive Department of the State government i' to prevent A CIGARETTE TAX? tin oilier trrcD, sniionncls them with "mots t .t/iii! I' ''I ,,

J I Ir., a II "1'.1. ot start unlimited "spending:, the liost to death lliis lice Is aiomul. ,
i us' to practicing the It has bee report' to The News by n reliable source common / Mu( i r 1 II""?
the Florida ( ( Tin
in ,
I have eeiejalu'e|
"I loth" t'1' I n''b\ :, ," ui 1.J 1. represented you the die, machines in ;Martin/ county line evample ol it nuhl, on the, hitlt'w..I,11"\ ", ">(11> !h, ,
J :. ul ,'lt. j. \ iir light eif franchise* Tuesday. l: t Ihree consecutive! t terms appropriations and nave obxerved fh'\, t hued t the result' I oltinbudgeled ihnt limy !ti'> altered cigarette) to I.IK ivirg a cjujrler Instead of two dimes, of the l.itllt lieantv, Slum vchcie, one ol Ih.\. ( sllwh( _'J, "
continuing 1 wax
-- -- << bec-au-e mil'a resent retail jump to 21c from the former M'cnrclv/ lapped aionnd (lhl' trunk ol a SII..10 flit.) I I 6
THE TYRANNV: / ( ..t'WORDS surprised) andhocked" in my first term at UK meagre information 20c. 1"/,1), /, ) and 1 In a f few veins will have I-.illooll.. llns ,'"
price of
i on the Slate's operations available, to I thu members inciiilx-i, ol the, 1'ices that has. toots (hit .,. ,'
TI"",, 1'r" 11 IM'inmn: Immigrantxvho sailedmull of the Legislature, who are charged! with the duller" (Unless le ts icttirixl to the customers! in each pack-) group vli >u.i
I fact Onnrr's; ", milhilvt", lists I
3I J
for the machlne-dis- "It'eyeide'Ire( : I."
this would mean extra profit spi
11" ,
liI J II- ) boat seeking freedom infII't and( responsibilities" of levying all taxes and making all GJtl', ,
,,\ / ) ,I. i.I ?i the tyrnnnny of words ipproprlalioiiK., I eased! ciiTgie: *-if th'-v' would 1 sell on such a basis In competition and donhtlchs, there] aic many mine kcalteiecl thnmj, I'i )," I '
,'ailable nt I'ctalllltol'e /'(CIA /..mil// Is one ol the most interesting ol ,.ill htiniluU "?, '" I '
p. with the ::::!-'t'11.d'S 1 connier !
I 1..1. t the great majority ot Americans I Incomplete! complicated, inaccurate, /UJHnnfttlnj! || ( ] l nnieiIl ,
i h the tact that the lloueis 1',1,,! "
: .IK "
t' .I n:: t 11". h ing travelers to stay, not the information has made It impossible to properly l and intelligently "-.
even ) i.i almost; like, (the sloiv of| winch) first, tin, th1I I II "
is to the suggestion that might '' came
1'1" .jd All this prcK'dp / now
1.1' .,,1.1.k. to find M loophole in the ': 1 perform our duties, In some cures \the Lejfi ln-
e ''1'u;; ., ", II 1m-I'| ure has even resorted to the use'! of "lwclalll'ountnntM InIIn ;r; 'n very good time fo, t'lr city !investigate' financial I cuns't answer"' but in ,,,other column/ | mil) tell\ v..u'"i iTkin I I I'" '

\\ I L, ;,, A few score lifeless words in a :" i iI effort to dig> up) and tabulate the real factOH\ the !State'penditures. ,. rii'of: a municipal cit-diettt. tux. / hoc,. i iuiiiiiiitiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiim i
I" ''...1 "' ''I' '? ,1'11)] than this great nation !ht'"I ,f'X cigarettes'! ore luiin-x: to be raised I I -, IIII'll "II >n'I,' believe them and obey their' This situation due to the fact that over a long period I, ie cltv might! a" well ''im-i I the extra 4c-nnd it is a "'lIf,' I I : : : l111111111111111111111WITH I Ii

1, .u I' : i nest" point and the> split hair the .1'1 years there has been developed\ in this State a svstemnder .t t that "such a tax w-mld raise from $10.000)( () to $20ooo( :I i THE OTHER EDITORS
,. .d w'. tJ d-1 t l be followed : that is the distin- which over; 80 per cent of our State expenditure* > more )per year.
: ,ol-I, I c' t d t :II i of, regimented people slaves to mounting to more than a hundred. million dollars a yeaile \' Objcctien| could, l he v- :1'd:" b.v )retail merchants! thatxvnsfofk I I llllllllllllllllllllllllliHIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIINEWSPAPERS /
I' "'' :", I 'J: I,-I wonder what freedom there isi spent from unbudgeted continuing' appropriations) and and tourl tg <,\'O"III'LI\" I their smokes' outside the'y I
but It 1 is d! Ihtf'.1' I I'I;t 4c day means that much WON'T TOLERATE 'CENSORSHIP1The [
limits <
I I. 1',1' 'III'P i powerful) than human feeling' ss than 20 per cent of the !State's' \pcndittiiii) \ have : / 'i
h'I:111, : i dually been budgeted and appropriate) 'd by> each l>iennialcusion 1 average free-t-pendiitir' citi/rns: today He' would prob- Coral Gables! Fla., Riviera Albert 1Man" ,
11/, I 1'I, i ; 'M\dt' been a slave: to the tyranny .. of the Legislature.Over blv scjuawk, but spun t the 4c extra out of inertia and editor and! publisher, recently aelminMcn, I I Mcomteoim r

,,1- I" Keen, an early victom ot'nIL'Jrre"", twenty years l ago! the Leirislature/ (passed', i iudjret >e city cfJHld sure u-i the motley for further improvejenU ) reprimand to local official who -"VI' to 1 1 >"'

I I. I lit .inl long before war was declared, law requiring the EXt cutixe Dvpaitment t to submit ; hor" nexv relating to a new hospital' protect '"i i n.' uh)
II" t' "I'd, .' "illegal" we were sinking (ipr- I' o the Legislature a complete budget ('o"t'I'IIIJt' all State If seek' a tax caun'd\ u 'buveis strike that would \be all The Riviera published an article station;! 1 t'i'),,' ,h, '/
?. I'" I-bunt, :t1'i ?' tangible aid to our friends. The xpenditures. This budget "!taw halt been rouistentKaded 'he merry. So far t us the !MuUie; health I is concerned, it Iltal)) promoter! sought construction ot tin n ii< '?,, lid!
) ,,1- I 'h, thrown aside when in the budget subutted oiild prob'ibly be better if tyarettes; cost $1 a : .
Il' reality indicat- \ or ignored and( recent yearn | "- on the University of :Miami campus. A "pe ki"ni.i i S t -i
'I"" I' ." .t covered less than 20 ier rent of the' money 14ll'l1'"lid ] .eiiouxlv! "speaki, Kluiat city commission J1l1ckaJ'e'l hospital group then viisted:< the editorial of In t.t-. .1'i d msi"
.\ II 1 Ik .11,'1' become a regimented nation through there wa no infnrmatic n on the other 'tll* ., III"" -pil' .1's, .iiiel un-American continuing '1' the general\ iv.ict'on' and study the possibility
acceptance of the which was being spent tinder( unbudgeted aropiiations. ] hel'l"I' cleared with the hospital! planning organization'
I ;, I 11"I' words I' ,roJtl'p lM I V, being Mocked! by lack of money, 4c
\ttmid 'n 1 to each we.l\Uico, if tig -\iict'es I would be a 11'l1t'a.\' toi''i I The newspaper's" reply in the editorial column \\'a'
piled upon'' word In our law books restricts" u* Long before l the 1 11141\! IA'fislature, tioxernor> : Caldwell! ] (
'Loin 'hemsand Piece t some extra cash for the municipal till. "The Riviera never has and never" will Mibmit
? n ae.tion" by piece and bit b '''''11'' urged to submit complete'! and detailed !budget a:
: h. t i\i 1011111.1'' oi winds, has tltkt'I1I1\\'IIY our freedoms There fciuired b\ law. instead t the Legislature was given theame stories to censorship The day it does it will tail in /n- )I''

.I I. .I : i \\ thing I yI mi can dll, and a million things you can't old budgetary: farce covering less thin!! 20 per ceiv AN OUTSTANDING MSSS \GE FOR AMERICANS pose of informing the public on'hat'" conkm'act
U\ oldh.t ,' iiuadc'd the channels of trade until town and will be a dead) duck.
the f the State's' expenditures Today under the sponsorship of Theodore Dehon & I
'",", ,' x'' {I .loco' i i- in danger of violating the law in the One of the most appropriate illustrations of the dif- 'on. local ivtlrois, The Nets= publishes an outstanding "The Ri'lera'illal'a'M try-and did in I thi, >- m
'"ii -i I' ."t 1 an ol'diIlKI'dllr'.. business ; petty laws govern ''iculties of the Legislature: In ,securing accurate, impartial! 1 : "12 O'clock Striking for all Americans" to contact interested parties, but the i purport\ t' ,iH 'h')' '
t i'nt 'vim "'t'lllIlId :at what price you ,sell it ; words govern nd uncolored information occurred during the 1915 Legis- This; message"' : win tirst", published in the Herald-Tri- make known the facts already obtained and ask i 1"1'' t
.dne.itmn'/ and employment : rules piled upon rules and ttture.: The Governor told us in the lit n :session< that it 1 IUllE', New \ ork. It was. written by a distinguished:< Umtecf ment on the !story-not permission to publish I'
'"' Miilut I ii." upon "ago" lutions invade our daily live'! ando IBS necessary" to increase taxes $11.000,000( )per year. We lt I les busings woman :Sirs, E. F." Hutton of \ 'eMtbur ',1 I I "We would prefer' the confidence of uponsoi-- K''
\ i"I n \uin 1I'mO.I.HI..I. deadliest stalemate' -the tyranny" .'.sked for facts to substantiate this demand for increasedaxes. 1.001g Island N. V. It i is one of the keenest analyses yet i 1 log an Interested and vitally concerned public inturmeti! '(
01 uciid-. : The State Auditor, an appointee the Governor the piotrressof the undertaking solicit and "" Ill< I
''I i *<*nted of the battle by socialist-minded forces to take
l iicoiuiuered! )bv tyrants of flesh' the descendents'! of1 I ompiled and submitted to the LegWatme a statement ,oxer and destroy the indixidual enterprise! of this nation ,,I cooperation But whether spanked for it or no> I"" !mt.,
thi. Pi-lj/nni and the Revolutionary patriots" are subser- hovxlng: that the General 11 venue Fund balance: at the }Head it Oil Page 12 of today's News It concerns a''' to continue to publish all pertinent infoimatioi, '01
\ "n in' to ,.nid conquered, und controlled by the lifeless words, ,end, of the year would be $((5,000,000.The subtle and continuing tfforl to take away the liberties subject that comes to us from whatever qualifiednun
\hi t I, li'io' the bonks'' In every lawyer's library. opponents of more taxes 1 h-: "',\"I( n in little! ,to\vn, $ like this", the freedom! of the elti.I'II' an estimate. Ills estln'ate showed that the General; 'i''iiusks the encroachment government/ into every per-) ( SUCKER BAIT
/ ,, "n ""I' tl'ht led .it every hand bv codes and ordin-\ :.evenue Fund balance would he approximately $12.000) ,. oval lire and! Into every private) business Before you can have anything, somebody h.i-1'" '11
.In. '11 hen II i good proposition> for civic' weal ,* duce it, unless ,h. ul
comes UI), 00. The members of the Legislatuie tHld11) tray to ge ThM;. message: calls/ on every American to wake) up you produce it yourself.Vhv
I th. city uthem say : "Our hands are tied, the he facts themselves) therefore xvore routine\ el.I but (':'CMI.'I(\ : ,lOW ..,hl! fIl< ', I'Mfree enterprise, The Dehoh firm Is person produce something for you unless gnu |pl'od) (
,'hl.I., \ 'on't It-' its do it," Some lifeless! "' words in a law nee proved that the (Comptroller's estimate wu; nPn'oxi! \ :i i. ioin.tr, u reel!l public! ; service! in publishing it in this com- something of equal value and give him in re'nal'''

d. ",iii" strangle human progress, latelv correct and no adidt:onal taxes w .M r' ncctled.: IHIP:tv-o df\ tbcir example! is followed) in other com- ) know the answer! lie won't.
I.. titan be argued that without the orderly process of The: adoption of these amendments will not lepeal I1' "r.nitles throughout the nation informed public opinion That's why you know, or should know that PC'';
law all I would !be chaos Granted. Out when rules and nresent State ]Budget Law or the present State Budget I i'l I change the tide l of "gove'-nment control" back to the who promise you an easy future, with "more par for
rpJlllla! ions IJP'onw0 complicated and inflexible that Ii i 'ommlssion, but will give the Legislature a Budget Director ) rl,.-inal intent, which "gnernmcnt for the people." production," are only throwing dust in your C3'('1', In
they; Ill"(c no longer the "servant of men but their masters, responsible to them' only, as a check upon' the present ----. long run you can only be paid out of what rou add)>l
then II i r'imt'' to revise the t rules if for' nothing more than t State Budget Commission and will enable this Budge:. \ JOB WELL DONEPostmaster the country's supply of goods and services! There! i-

for i-dom's i sake. ]Director) accountable to t the Legislature to check, untrammeled other place for wages to come from .
.. ---- by the whim or coercion of the Executive Depot Ralph Hartman deserves credit and com- Plans for an easier world, "more abundant lint
STUART SAILFISH CLUB ment the facts and figures! of the State's operation priorto I lendation for his etlo! ,ts, joined by t the City of Stuart and etc., are fine but they will all be cruel failures unlessi tare t tt

Stuart Saillish Club each session. This will result in sound compli budgeting Viamber of Commere( which resulted this/ week in an- founded on this fact, which no power on earth <
)reorganized for the season ofH146. and the!: waste ,rent that Stuart i.s I going to hll\.email delivery change. In who 1
Ji. under the leadership) of President of all state expenditures prevent extravagance ( unce the final analysis the only person
Harry Dyer,
and abuses resulting from unbudgeted continuing ivire.Beginning, make this better is The m
a world for you yourself.
will 11111"1 i 'i begin its, annual drive for funds! to the
carry Mrrch\! carrier service of mall
appropriations. : next regular you add to the nation's productiveness the more you ,
distribution of Sailfish Button
Ilrizes for its annual
i ) The Budget Director amendment is patterned(} after ) homes and offices; will he established.In entitled to take out. Any other program proposed I wsl I,
:nut publk-iH on spoil fishing In this
area the of for Comptroller Generalof the Interim, om"> house numbering flaws and street bait. Jackson
Act Congress providing a er
Lastear, it took :mi.500() ) to pay for the prized( sailfish ( Miss! ) Daily News!
the United Stales for term of fifteen years and made sign omissions! must be conerted.
buttons orn bv' successful' '' anglers! who caught the Gulf in order that the The majority of tine, credit for this forward step STATE
battlers fl'lImIJtrlin; completely accountable to the Congress ) goes TO RAISE 7 MILLION PINES
Stream charter craft. Some
for county Congress might have an accounting officer independent 10 Ralph Uartman. D" 'ftpite the fact that prior surveys' Millions of slash pine seedlings are expected to best
$000 tournament and in all
VMIpent around
to this expenses, and not subject to control by the Kxexcutixe; Departmentof were turned down, he licit t trying He wasn't satisfied able for Florida farmers and timberland owners ne t L'
$4,000" tits required push results-bringing enterprise the government. 10 call it "quits.! Tht't'.s the spirit which makes a townrrovv. Robert U Ttitus, chief of applied forestry of the N

Thi Saillish (Club i., supported solely by membership Virtually every !state in the Union luis created( "some ,, }I Ida Forest Service, said recently that more than 1'
Mf the Executive Departmentwhich ) bushels the tot
organization independent of slash pine collected by
cones were
tines from business men, resort proprietors! boating interests
and! individuals who realize the importance of the''e'l'nu the Legislature could depend upon to furnish true, I PRAISES S1U.1KT FISHING GVUJEMr. Service during September Several hundred pound-

t (, brought. in hJort! fishing in this area. complete, impartial and uncolored information for Its deliberations II. B. Kraft, Manager. seed are also! being purchased to meet the urgent denw
Chamber cf Commerce,
on taxes and appropriations.These :Martin County for reforestation.
Volunteers I will "soon conduct the annual membership ''
amendments, are the result of n ste-year battle I(.nuart. Florida. Titus said the service hopes to raise approximat)
driven They destive'' "support.CAPITAL ,
your by the members:! of the Legislature in an effort to Improvethe ''J Dear Mr. Kraft: 7,000,000 seedlings from the seed obtained this year.
PUNISHMENT -- ---- budgetary procedure of the State. They were adopted Thanks: ever so much for your copy of the 1947 edition of the"Ishhig that everything possible would be done to supply the

by the Legislature by virtually a unanimous! vote which Guide.I mand. ,
Z\ woman called up for jury duty defused to serve because certainly indicates clearly that your representatives! in the. congratulate your Chamber of Commerce on this fine piece Florida's peak season was In 1940-1911 when 8,3''
she didn't !believe In capital punishment. Legislature, as a result of their experience in 1 representing n,if advertising-not only the Booklet Itself but also the envelope 000 seedlings were produced ,
Frying to persuade her, the judge explained : "Thin I I you, feel that the adoption of these amendments are vitally which' contained the Booklet. The main drawback now to raising more see0"1
f la merely a case where wife issuing her husband because : necessary to enable them to properly represent you. Good luck to you always.: : Titus explained, is the shortage of labor, but add iti"'",'

"she, jtave him a thousand" dollars to )pay down on a fur coata The only way these amendments will affect the Executive : Respectfully yours seedlings will be produced when labor, becomes availalThe
a d he lost the money in a poker game." Department! is that they will lessen the power of the Alex MacWilllam. Florida Forest Service has two nurseries, on
"I'll serve" She said, "I could be wrong about capital Executive Department to dominate the member of the Mayor of Vero Beach.lMtI Olustee and the Blackwater River Forest Nursery "'

punishment."-The Woman. J j I Legislature through misinformation!: and hifh-pressijr; J : Munson which will be reopened this winter.

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N I G }I) A hh Repairs and CENTRAL MARKET SOCIAL I MYS\ of Stuart.J 5 I Jensen Beach News I I11111I111111.:11' BAPTIST CHURCH .... ,
"iminimimiiiiiMi !:!
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ICE Parts "Where Economy Rulea"Wellern /rroan.t'K ., .... :' rmoot NAMES OFFICERS '
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Adam Kendell ,
Beef and Mrs. ,,,.
Veal SlOSF..m, ; : r.im' ; nur.imit DAY nd Mis Allen Kendell arrived J

ARNOLD BAUER Sirloin! Steak CSe Veal Cutlet 68c >N NtTIONM) KCMftt>> "'HI'nu: : in s'ot"rs h..ildov from Reartlnn Pa to FOR NEW\ YEAR

I Bone Steak 68c Veal Chops 65c )F AIll AVTI\T'*A 'lit't Ohl Soouts observed send the Winter. |

d. Boulevard Phone 142.W18c Chuck Roast 48c Rolled Veal Chop 55c Professor Jack! Sn muse. ->oI <: :. i 'Rl .er and Father" day Mr. and Mrs. V. Papsodero and,

Rolled Beef Rontt 58c We have some Fresh Pork ,, the industrial arts del ."'t- uidny\ by erecting their large 'all htl'r Miss Angle and son'.I ''

went of the fclUaft high s, :a i ul l. 11 ou' the St. Lode River shore .I 1 arrived Saturday and have The First Baptist church rf ,
C",' Solid" Akron & 2nd St .Stuart; complete\ I the church-
J Brook Owner Present
d served
':at been named an a met" oi : suppers ken an apartment at Pltchi .
pal Sept 30 with progress? in- ...
-' the fathers Dr. !
following :
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---- national Rr C. Barr, Herman Reitz, ,i:tested In every department
of 40 educator Capt. Mi and Mrs. Ed Ncls have .
Clerk. J. Moore repoited a totalicome
\' JANE The project was InMlr'i I by Russell Wiley, Price French aken a cottage at Pitch! ford's .
of $19,451 37 The 43 ad*
lir Model Industry association: 1 J P. Blakeslee Scouts in- 01 the season I
dons brings the mem-
PLAIN ,I the Institute of Air At' Ac- 'drd Duane and Valerie Ma- Mrs. Anna Biesnak and '
,p ershlp to 218 and the total d'
Barr, Zola Mae )
Ivllleli.I eta Betsy liughtei Barbara and Mrs.harles ,'
I ".'ikes'ee! Jean Clements, Betty i Buck of Orlando spent'he nembcrshlp to 356. Sunday .

Donuts ,norm imooi) ) frEKTFn ,'''d Jane Moi rlhon. Evelyn Reltz week end here with Mr. School Union enrollment 76 Brotherhood Is 300; Train-32.md s' .';,
., ng ;
tl Joan Wiley Leaders pies- 'Juck. A
5E S I The Brotherhood of the 'Japit Mrs I I Woman's Missionary Union 4
PKG of 12 : L were Mrs J F Borone T. R. Helller made a business
church I enteitaln-I at
was 128.
and Misibpit .
man Reltz jr. '.:Ip to Miami Wednesday. i
'Inuc i Monday night by i, ,scoeolllns I Recent purchase of the Mattock r,
Clements Also helping Fuller of'' t
Mi and Mrs. George ,
at his home on St :acre "hlllips' property makes possible](* s"
ore Oporge Bozone and tierun peculator, N. Y. arrived Saturmv '
'1 icscent Mis Roll'ns' p" sled: I he enlargement of the Sunday(]
\ Reitz III Mr. Blakeslee '; to spend some time here
.... Mrs D. Wllllans ; Mrs for Increased 1
'y arc School to provide an
ik the scouts for a motor Mis Elizabeth! Williams armed -i
alton Parker served, d\tests enrollment <
r ll4ar> 'sarl lasalfltnkfi1)FS rlrrgr do on the' river preceding. sup- t Monday from YoungstownOhio ?
.irluded J. C. Anthony sr Wm :'t. Mrs W. R. Leach came with to spend another season atFdchford's I Officers for the new year ore: ;'
. Yellow Cling Halves <*. Baker Fred Bcnlel. A. S. opo-Cola for the thirsty fathers. L. C. Klckllter, Sunday Schoolllpl'rlnlf'ndent
Camp. I
No, 21. REST 31ali. A. C. Bridget, ]jr.. Ei! tzarteas : of ; Mrs Walton
ie Scouts are very proud
Mis) R. S. Robertson was -
I aCHES Can 27cs J. A. Bat ton, Ronnie Toss, cir mw tent which is 16 x 10"t to her bridge club at Seynours Parks Training Union diiccto, :
C*. C. Crews L. E. DeLop i, 0 In diameter and 18 feet Mrs Ed Burgess, Missionary!
). Inn Friday afternoon.
'_. Edenflpld Stanley dau, W president; ; Roscoe Rollins, Biotleihood -
which will
fh they use on .
Members present. were Mrs. C. Itklnmun i iI
'. Heyboei, C. F. Ireland :?. T | president. : Ronnie
'I { 12-02, 'nrkson. L C. KlckllUr. :' F cir camping trips | .\ \ Mrs. Betty Alderman Cross, chairman Board of Ush-
' FRANKS t 7
S WITH Can : c THERE'S NO LOST ACTI N WITH FRESH YEASTI! I '. onabottom A. L. MaineMome C. --- | Mrs Seymour Gideon. Mrs E. J. i iI ('\1; Arnold Bauer, chairman
:Mr and Mrs Earl Tillman rernrd ;/aid. Miss Elizabeth! Robertson,
.\inl IkischniinnV: fresh Ytist goes right t to( work ,T. J. Moore! V VusmiK 1 Building Supervision; Mrs HernianRcltrji -
; Y,.Do* Cream Sweet Monday night after u Jis Adolph Herel and Mi'/s. '
cd ( W. O Teuiuy, Ccconaldsun ;1 : Calandercommitue -
I hM( IIMT! it !s nehrcly/ fresh. Nu waiting-no extra steps :,('K as the guests of her paits '- '.t'wls Onmblc] I II
I No i A : A L. H.irkftt. VII II \ ; Wilson McChire, Financial
1 I'li.isthrnHnn'sfiesh hw'ps: give full delicious bread) ': Mr. and Mm J. A, BlownLak'land I
rC 'alntadWlhon, P"ml'l' UuclI ."cret:1rJ.. C. Anthony Jr,
11l..al1 .. | ;)XFEJUII: : ; PUlK | : ;
and Mr. and Mrs
flavor): tender" smooth texluro-perfect freshness fin and the ReV. 1':111: M":: vw.ll: I t"casurerMi .
I ... A IKPS in Trilby. Mi and Mrs\[ Jack Kuhn of
dart Blended Orange and Grapefruit( ------ -- '. and Mrs W. F. Longbottom t
; IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask for I \ oIWIAT I New York arrived Sunday for a and Mr and MrsI11son
46 nz I \ \ ; JI'U.\.IS | I
7 Cn I hk l i i < lirmmn h actor fresh Ye st with the /f wMAkNJ-, ISKID1 OF IW8J:1tJ'( : IWJ bl''K Miss Rbi Moore of Miamine i I month vacation. I II McClure will serve as Baptism
tl1l o' iJ familiar Mlxl Des mlablc tttlsrH/ 7'' tip Saturday to spend the I Mr and Mrs. Jack Barrow and committee Mr. and Mrs. R. T,
____ .. _.. yellow | ;
The home of taw Rev Phi'Maxwell.
YFArtE k end with her Miid of Charlotte, S. '
An erirn's InvoriU for over 7t(+ ;ours Us.- ::t parents 0 W. Schlcgcl Jackson, Loi'd's Supper committee .
I I Baptist p'r wl" tnscitliiK Mrs Lawson Moore. of ('. spent the week end and enjoyed and Charles McLane as
y Mp ; ( for MIM qra, c ,'at's '',.pmnnn Boulevai! I the fishing : L. C. Kick- .
+ grounds Supervisor.
rlE JUICE ;; 29c marriage to Rilxit Re, Roe- I ,
% -- Mi and Mrs P. Bridges arrived -
Bottle-- > riz z:2.: >\'I'ck, son of the laU I,;. mid from Hcndersonvllle after liter! W. R Baker, and R T.
'- I Lt.. Francis Matthews, son of Jackson me Trustees: Mrs. O L.
:Mrs Robert: !'I'.el'u..t' t A.O!ida".,,
0. '. *,::1'i and Mrs. Allan, S. Matthews' 11111' Minnnei there and in NewYork Cdonfleld, music: director. and]
)1'1. 21. MI. 'V t Brady wan
Ol. .. ...1 Alabama Avenue left Tues- Mrs C L. Bopgpcs: pianist
SYRUP 27 -- trOll ol hoi;"i' for IIPI elstcrI Mrs and friend, .
)OLATE c day for New York. City to le.iimt I aura Wright ..-- -- -
Jar -- I'11CY I ) belli cuivlVers of M*.
.. ...---. .. ; me, ,( duty with the Merchant ,has I KUS. of Cleveland arriv'c'loon Cui Vel'. Ind were over night ,
i ml Mr f T Pvpgt ot East I Cleveland for the winter.Mr. .
,Marine. i nests
uo ; Icinth t a':. cet Irs Fred WalI ;and) Mrs. Mac Costello 'If t : -
i I s. .1t.( ; of 11'I..c' brkkci-om! HIM: for the wlnt"r. I II Y--:
Elmira arrived >
mDED; \WHEAT 1. .t Thrifty Buyhg' : ;'\ ,111 ':n w dJintt pail Fred\ Mrs.her lime Grunt In Port Tierney Sewall returnedto Tues- Mi md I Mrs Cecil Marvin I arI'bred ,''Are I a Lover of Music?
-. .- -- .. valltn:\ wv. brit nmn for hl II l I from Mt Clt-mens l Mirh: .1
: clay\ au>r spending 19( days 1nlCW {! THE MARINE ROOM BAR
r;Parker Date Filled .UI'I( 11"" -""l.lnOtlVfS i witress- !1' the winter .
fffE CAKE 26c I ''/nky Sallls: Mi. Mixvn!, Mr: uirived. from Quonochontaxig R I Murray Snyder
EachFSH and Mrs. A. A. Lawton, I favorites
playing 1
Wlllnrd P Brady and MI.> Glide' your
I for the winter I j I
: Prices Are Up '. ho bought the J. Wesley Mllr --- '
coutcmt :
( estate In Waveland have ten Mr. and Mis Wm Maine outdaughter. \
I The bride wca: I lovely In a ( arrived from
FRUITS & VEGETABLES I 't street length suit of powd. blur nod home after spending Detroit winter.
for the '
J.I' 'I "e entire summer on their
"! I with black acc!e>orlcs Fi n, ,ln&i f -';
I i/-l..t. '-cut. the Sally II, on Lake Mi and Mis W McLarty returned '
i .. BUT WE ARC CONTINUALLY reception the \'ounl'upl' hamplain, N Y. for the winter after the
Angous York Cooking "' left on a honeymoon to wll\er summer In the noith iJ' BREAD
I --
:f --- s STRIVING !Springs' and points of I.,U'rest Mis A. Johnson has returned The following are newcomers.. I'S.

PEARS APPLES YOU THE In the middle i part of ths! ite, and will be
GIVE too
TC we hope they
I i r: : ----''. ler home on St. Lucie Boulcid -- -----
" Mr. and Mis Rut OJCK \; il b
I ....- .:.: .1 from Roanoke Va.'h..I'c peimanent guests:
..; MOST AT A I il 1 home in the :sunrise\ ".," mments "m visited her son-in-law and Mr. and Mis D. M. Lawson' FOR INFANTS

I jg.s -IBS. 49c o/7 '' fAIR PRICE I migh'er, Mr. and Mis frank aid: children, St. Louis Mo.;
I -- --- ALFAR MILKThe
i ojtalommodoie. Mrs Pierce and Miss Momlino ot
----- ..... L.....; :MKM MRS. :'J.SllOf;!' Newport R. I.: Mr. and Mrs.

Crisp Hard Head 19c DINNER; HOSTS : and Mis Stanley Rodney Davis and children Irons Best !Money\ Can Bat

HUCE 2 for YOU'LL FEEL THAT YOU CAN PROTECT Mi. and Mi' Nr ol 13..'lie,> ,iU lit'is t; went to West Palm Boldertown) N. J.: Mrs. Myrtle BUY BONDS
were hosts at dinner Sun( .v a'their : i I', 'ch Thursday on Capt Joseph Tcnio from Pontiac Mich.; Mlnd '
RipeMATOES YOUR HOUSEHOLD BUDGET WHEN home on Atlanta ,x nm "' W halt's yacht the Rubiat out :. Mix John H Tebes, Spacllff '

.>nd West First Saeet ne'*>''* .a i New Orleans, The Commu !N I; Y. Mi and MIR H A. Hunt- Alf ar Creamery

: : '.9c YOU BUY YOUR QUALITY EATABLES included Mr. a.id Mi'. .'.'i i,..t ",p went on an Inspection trip I DIM: ton. Ohio. Mi and Mrs WEST PALM!\ BEACH '

.. Curley and Mr and Mi) Pee( the Inland WateiwnvsliSHOP : !Libl" P Saunders CamdenDel
SHOP AT ANTHONY'S WHERE THE Thomas of Miami and n 1'. i HUt! I ,. 456 Flamingo Dr Vhone 717 \'

.S... No 1 Yellow\ Selected Sweet :\lis H. O Bishop of fort i 1.1t1l' \t> ino Mrs 0 J Burnt ol I;;

(IHIiCIIES TO IIOII MIntl.. k,,..d..,n. IwMn+ Sol, nor
27c (
3 IBS The young people cf the Pi'PR- f..1

byterlan and Episcopal iliurrhi
8WQIIIII I, I .111 hold a joint mectln. Sun- 899 of Stuart 40-8 'cone'ruesday --j 1G 1fl2i f
II Western Grade A Meats MEMBER ( :ty at 730: p. m. 11 the f:'tsbilan : >- evening it Jim KE'n.1rdy's
I Grocery ', chapel east of Oehon office to elect officers 101
../ I he year. Those elected anNeal
Economy building; I
i Bishop Chief de Oar
-- ------ --
BUCK! ROAST cppe39c:: I I Jim Kennedy Conesponden Annual
BEEF Are You a Lover of Music
\ndy Tsimas Chef de Tialn .
Boneless Intendant
lLI\'Elt Telephone 113 ; Hugh L. Wllmghby -
!01 s; .\kron1.1.'r. And enjoy the tune of 1
'' Jr Conductucr; Qeoiget SALE\ i ir7
STEW! Murray Snyder
!Sirloin or Round BEEF I i playing favorites Zainlts, Qaide de la Porte..loscoe .
.- your .( H. Rollins, Commls VOII-
Ku79c LB. 57c eur; Chet Horn an. Lamplste nz'
Judge!/ A. O Kanner, Advocal

Julian D Parker. MD., MedlclnO .
COOKED JUMBO MAiKET SP ciALSl L. Meyers. Aumonlei; Robert tIy

r FuUoid, Garde de la Prisioni -

CRAWFISH A SHRIMP .. iVltham i and ,O Chemlnots B. Arbogast and Paul 1 } f f

-- -------- -- Tribute was paid' the Grand
+ i
l UL45c LB 75c e Chef de Oare of Florida Albert,

GRADE A WESTERN BEZF 59c Spare ribsGENUINE .... ....... ...... .lh. 5c:!: 'J. Lambert of Com I Gables who
Sirloin or Round Steak Ib. oipslded over the Installation. :

!Co Honey I Sunnyfield -- .' "hef! talk Lambert on the gave National an interestng Amerl-- Ir:1 ,
rob. 16-o:, Box 20c AA WESTERN VEAL I nn Legion convention in San ; ;

Notch; f: FLOUR Cutlets .. .. ..... Ib. 59c Ducklings, 4.5 lb. avg.. .11). 42c <5 'ramlsco,
SE FEED I At the close of the meeting a %

4.49 5-Lb. I .Ib. 49c dinner was served at the Blue
Sac I Ii
Notch Chops tome.
Bag DRESSED AND DRAWNFryers II .. .. I f fr
.nCH -- ---
.100-lb. Bay 5,01 :MARTIN COUNTY IIOSPITIL ,

Rite 10.1.6. 57c GEORGIA CORN-FED PORKHams ... ... .... ....Ib. 65c Mr and Mrs William
125 Ft. .. .. ...... ... .....lb. 69c II IIt Mothers Jorden
PAPERs 15c Bag announce the birth of
a son, William Jorden Mathers.l I
-- JliiBillHIJane
_f jjHJB l .11.. Friday' Oct 29 ;I t If6
UE Parker
Roll 6c Mr. nnd Mrs James Stewart )

'KTICIDE u! Pt. Can FRUIT CAKE The Complete Food Store Ii IiCROMER'S I II announce, Llllle the Katherine birth of a Monday daughter I' _t _ t

o 25c 5-Lbs. 3 3135 3 5 II II'r. Oct 28.Patients. discharged, Col. Alln ,3 Big Sal. Days!] L '

|\INC MASH100 Ib.4.90 Each I MARKET \ C. Vorlce Patients admitted Thurs Frl, Rat

: 'lrs.. Emma Wilkes, Miss Naomi 1J1 Ocot. 81, Nov, 1 .t: :I 1 't'
Kidd, Thomas Mortis of Holly

( & P STORES \\ DCLHEIt PHONE 50 i F? Hill Mis Freeman Johnson, Admitted I iF Ark at Store for Big t N
FOOD and discharged Mrs 4-I'age National Brand

f F'OPEUTED BY THE GREAT ATLANTIC" PACIFIC r r4rrth TEA WHERE SERVICE COUNTS WE WIN .J\.JIttlfirr Edna:: Schumacher and Paul Color Price LIlt.1RcaU1 ( j
Florida Brewer
Street Stuart, \
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\' c.ujt' 11111111111111111111111111111111111 I MoRE ABOt'TLcgislatore CHURCH ,",onrtr .0 ,.. 0 .nd a..d to AMEVPFD 6 Paul. CIA 41. P OP Co"PALM.,CITh'l' I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT M."II 10"" 'rip"r,.,"t ,F, .
a Ic tuart I W.I.N. LoClanilIInl 1 I'B: I nr, ewhlrh "
FOR I I. K. II R. E. 41ilol i
urr i il 'n, I, I

j f 1 Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiilli'iiliiiiiUlll I I I DIRECTORY drimid,'non acroidlnn Id rertlfliatvii Ui l I.". .h.1 pruptrly b. tv. 20 Illnck I: Lol I', I'lock l IJ : PROCLAMATION MUNICIPAL ELECTION tAIliNG L\al :Ihi'M"SI: I ;

,. II. block 155: ,, ,, ;,
HrSI: A'I' I. "I di.rrllnd t Ihpn-in he anld la the lol 14. Hlork 1: Lot. IH IIHIHIY I Illit I I.AIM 1.1' the 1.1,1, ,
I ,I ., l ", f HUH .. ) I I bldilei .l .wi Court St.... door I. I, lllick, I l la 1" sod IJ. if thc City of)"'u : : II\I.\ I: 0'
i I ol.sbr0' ,
: .h.1 City 1:0 .,
: ; : ( //d. o"l "
: : ,, :: -> ': ; ,'IIv1 I on flr.l M'>nili> I In the month of llkuk I*: lot I. Klork Its: Lot IIHlock thi. ,pilmaiv' nnd, general I eliTII. "
that It ,
t'- :: ,: I 'I' .I 0. otiS; I FIR T nlrh' I. fclit Shook $5. Lot IIIllurk srI I .
\ ': ;: ; ':. p ':'I;. BAPTIS I-Vlt.I".I 1 lil. the 7: Lot P. .. of the ClIp"f Ntimrt he, and Ihe.ame o'yIot I t I'::tl' ;:;
it' ', III..? itIstIt Heh by awaiting treat- 31 l>h:Cr M".::1. 1Q45. 10 .. are hrncl.Il rallnl. ,nnd .hall 4.. hnl.l '
pulf\t ) MAXWh-LL.
f m t I''t..i..i.. I.." I i.t.' I RK1'111 r..Lo I'nlpd, :R..hl. 1111\.tIIT. day of Tho follnmlnn) loin and Blocka In on '... ... Nincml.ir 2nih, All IR46 Clerk Roaiil ''I I I I ,'blol,
Cfl83HEU l : : t 1I. nient, fiom the six counties 1U4T7? l'r'II Urcimlur loth, A.I l). ISIS :;:
5' t ,I..,, "...I I" 0.1 I:. ,,1.1 | m. Sunday grbool (' ,,O Spill, rOIJirN: CAfr PARK brIng, a 5-i!" of and lue.dny Martin C'''IISI'I, '
.I. I CI".".. 1i.'" I'". I DJB Arnold 8 Anderson of 10:16 .. m. Mornlne. worablpIIO .1 I R. I'OMFHOY, SArI. of Lot I M Irs or Han.on Graill .. .. .' HS rniulnd, ly law for lb.I' .. Oci 10, 17. ii n'

,111.0.' .. '. I .: u n. T U' ('iy'l, 11..1 ('"", 'I ""f. M.ln, Coulif.1.lurl. In I I. Paul tl. T IS. in K K. 4ll. ,,.... of ilerllim a LIly .Commissioner
: : and ofttiv
Palm Bah and S. II Young- 7 ID p :. t.enlnn Worablp" .. I'l I Municipal Judm 1.'nlpr' LEGAL ADVERTIsi
I tIll PAtIos sthn'I :lit., ft I., I. I A ,"
.i '0 : ,. I, .1 I blood of Miami replied that the .nnoa. /or lh or* of children duilniW.dnn.d.y Oil. ill NoLEGAL, .IOIITI1'll'E.. II 14. o H ami lit UloU I IIIhe pollingpla. r"r a'h ..1..Unn.1 I NOTICE OF INTENTION

) ,I :':': 11.;0 t 1 : ::: :: ?I II filiation: being complicated I I 'h. ...1..- ADVERTISEMENT COI'.lirN. follnwinir OATfc., ;, a Loll H-D and of Illock.of IMt In aItsIl". ,. at thi l'I yofStonr I SIr. SI.- FICTITIOUS "AME ro

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiimimiiiii ,. ,,.. wa Mld.nrnlt .. ,0 t. of Do.
I Hilt I S.AI.I'I : 'I l HI 11 fir 'I 550 p. PrI7e? .. Hanaon, (. ." < ''" l.lUl'.AIMYI Ih. JSrd day NOTICE HER, ,
Mllti 01 II ;
I 1.111.I lih "in. luuliiir' ,. hi.'I.. ..r I now with tho OF APPLICATION FOR TAX T "8. ?. K 411Vol. I ,, ".. ''II'LI
APARTMENTS FOR RENl11I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .,0 ."inailii .,' of h.st.., ." .,1.. bICIIU'E persons I FIRST/ BAPTIST JOTlE I.EEO lave 41. r I lo. I. A.I.J. I.. COlEMAN, lhaplel uld.ul"n., 20."ft undo. ]I. ".,

I and niMlliMiil I I' ( !.:x ". .i ( are infecting; others. Extensions Salerno Hoi,.. Hill, N,. I62 C 10. 41 Hid 48 Block U : A. Mlf.'r-L"mml.lu..r.. of "||| ""J ""Io""
14. 11
: I
.:N, thin ,
: l'ITI55 'IH IH.I"I'i' V a. Hlork I Ida A"'EK'I'II.I H. bUUir 'ho C.,. ,
,. 1 SAIl .. II'l..I... ." '' I 1' 'sI'' t can effected later Sunday I 'IHH, of the MIhe I" and ('h'rk. 'u,
--- b \ .17.1. A. e"U.'f. l"lrIb.
I.,,.. N III. :.Iot'. I' ,:. : .. ; ,It',,, nald III ,'ua II. to.. Iun ., Sohool. I'ul.g' ,' h.. 5I'd, .Id ,'nnnl.f'ato > UK, 17 Nnd l I.. IllockFAIIHNO '. Oil 24, 81.A..I"r 14 21, 146 ,, u""
I ,t 0''" I ,t. the I lh.uh .m. 1".nl". ..r.hlp. f.r a Ito to I.o I"m'd horo.tn. 1.,1. A .vliied Plal : : nit p"blp.U .,
oJ I'I'2'.l:; : : hl .N ,, 0".0 : < I I"",
; financing program Includes 7 uo I' m. ".01'1' .nrrtlg. 7ho ,,r.lIf, "',,t ,. '., .nd f... "f1..u.'P. IJlllt:1 Ion Hak-rno and :LEGAL ADVERllSEMENT IIu.
_. ,, of Hr.t ,
11.1 .-- Silts I' I' E'p.h $ I ilFMrrlntlon, of the 'iropoituni A"d'ion ... linn --- --- lAUltNI AIr" M'UINI' SI I
\ already turntuned Wrdr.d.ytnt,, ... "art .I\1 17 M.t 'i ; I ",
J "sit pAll' I' I," s equipment I .nd ''h. h, "M.h IL w. .. d 1--- .
I ;,;" ; :; I'. to.. Mld.werd k prayer meetlx, Sr. .. f.lIo'I. lonp., ..n (.r. .. In I'l lI.I'.tOpSt.I'il IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT OF .L Nol" n". I''I.., ,

'..... ; I I Slt'tttt' I ," from army hospitals at .', rlIfInlr N.. o .., .r IOiISR0R ('i.. T. tl 8* It. 4.un'rlm'nl MARTIN' COUN1Y STATE OF 1..0 I II ..hl I .,
: \

...... 1t ffM' ;atid m j nit I X : :.:.,:: : ;; ';"I":':" :. f'':: :hi"'1 ,::::; Marlannn and Drew Field worth I THE CHURCH OF GODPnrIS.u.II lH.cilllcn I, ,ISIS| of I'nineily, IM IIllloik ( hoI 2. ...I'.Inl.,' ," I I I r' TO MAKE H" ,k,

f O ; ''I.d N. i .tpl. '. ,, I'h.' .", PI J&OO; exported federal appropriations Ron. w. F'. Brown Pa.to in AmendeI. I'lat at I'llm Oiyfeeclions, ..,. ,lon 10. 't. C. 80 It. M. NOl' ( JibA'IN' FINAL DISCHARGE 0.1.. dl. 'II S

j 'tn.u v ; "' D "1. PhI", 11,111,1 lb. .. I \1, t'hu..h S.h.ol 1 A. N. .1 I II I'U n. i'cy U.I I '--ii
; 1I over a rve-year I lorn'nl' Wo.hl', \ unlock 'r. it. 30, H. .;. U. Lot. lOtS 1..k t,7. OI.YMIA II IV n..U.I.H :1'\1 1I I AL- ADVE"TISEME

I r f! [Iii !I Tt m I lilt .AII'. I 'I. ."''I I S SI l p'I'lod of $1500000: of re- $ ,,1 1.1. I II, "hh'h "u.n..'d Aonl Y. 11.cnll.I'LA'r <..1 I'pn'o', ,I I I'I'll --- -
J11 P I. T 8 81K I t
I .,1. '.1.." I Ie.: .", I, "I SI,.It" l'rIOy N.hL1'1., 7 11 M I.rl. I 1 \ \ I .. I ': : tl.I\\' II\I, I lOMHINl; : I NOTICE. Of '"LClii
worth $1000- K. IIThi nrI'M .to on. ,r'
'!'" .' Ilnll'II'LkaltB I of aiilil |'l lronnly ,fn'plt' 1.ln" I. Ih .. 1" ,
t'" '' Nnllic I. h.'t. | .h.L I havefllnl ,if ,
". ST. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC of Maitln, ,. .f Slati I I" ,.1
I'JO. and an appropriation by the ... 'Iorl. ,,, and, I Illoik. InrohT I it'.nl I an rxwiitrix of 'h., .
--- I 78 Cleveland An. l'I", '" ,,,'h y.'nt .... .hul l ro. fullnwli I : my ;: ;: : "(, II lb,",. II I Irrrrl.'y
FOR SALE ;!'47 Milt' lecKlatuie of $2500- RrV T J. t.l-AKV, nj.o.: ,cy.'dI..,. I, sn I pr"l'rry' HAIrKMi. ,belrm a 1.1.f Lot' ,tie' K.lat.' of I.,ul., l P ( hurih, b"r'ln'd ; $ f "It, ,
H n..n. Winter bunday ,. \ :diarrlbi-il t I In >urh ,,'nt,,lflolo will le sold, i iI 17 mil. t:.., nil Cttnlns' of 1..1 II Mile* I Ihi.l 1 ban i' rikil m>' 1 lelitlon :. I hereby o.us.01.. I,
ATI..\NT1C COl'RTAP.RTmoiTS 10 ACRES IN ,(,'0. I. I,, thi hluhi.l I l.lcl.l.r HI Ihe ioui-t hiillae I Hanson Grant', T. S. HO It. I 41.. IHailiniKiaid I I Ihnl I "III ,',orl:1:1 ( rNrH: ,

: I.W.'k llsy. 5,1,1, a. mI ,Inor on thi: fliil, Mondiiy I In month of I Homiral.liArlhu... K. Clonl. will IH held '", Mi, I
: I ST. LUCIE INLET FARMS I" list lililay' of earn month 7tSO am. I'r'toIo'p. ISle. .hl.h I. O Sad doe ofIlo'rrmb'p. l.i.ti *. I 16 and 1(1 Block ill Lots Jldo", if Mailln, (oinly,' lorlda, on thi12th lorldn. .I, r ,. I ,

STUART FLORIDA : Adjoining Edward Mapp'sGrove. : I N..... (Hummer bihedulel bundaye IRiS, 8 'mil I .. Block lei .lay I of Novi-mb-i, If. for theapprutal first MondnIhu .
;11mt' > "d .. m.I LI.l'd IhIn 51,1 Aol nf October, 184CIi of (Ihi- ,' and final dls-, \1''
WHEN AVAILABLErttl | Will reatonl I %'' ,I 5,10 rn 11",1, C'u'l' 'oli, Lot ", ). KI'KUIVISION: I : ,.t,.'.ePa. Fxeruliix: of Ihi r;state of .""t'rTt'II; htN'
e>.,.'rttlr' Housekeeplnn accept Stuart Post Office I ,,;: .:,:,r:Saturday 4 .. I p. m. andsea" .1. R. I'lMEfItY.: I t'I" IIJun J"'I election Lonla I'. Church deem..I F-or llnllnl ',' ; '

n .' "'" I able ofe. ; : : I <' 'rk .f l'I InI ,",, I'",... ur M.rUI toy.I"Ind 1(1.T.'I H. 41. compililnir, 6I ThIn day, of Snll.toIInr.| A. !>. 1940. t'oV"I., .
V. E. McDonough I :.. : Jupiter hat: Club 7 mil I I 1,0 RAM.Y U. CHIKIHA. onirresslonal .1)ONr .b,
W. FACET t (,nf/iiii/ / d/ /IIIIHiaff\ Ole) .. I. I. lip 1 T. M. I'NN. I). l'. IC Kmruirlx of ih. rMato of Louyi PChurrh timid.. 'h, I"lbc b, ,

TELEPHONE! DIM I I Melba, IdahoI I Oil. 31 Ni'nd 7. U. 2. IbiS I II I 1.0''. a..., 76. III.Uii: : DIAMOND d....., II 11u:. c.
OliGHfUtBONAtlornry ,
'I, thE modernized hotel IO w..t Sl.t&L. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT i. Hire. of Hof: '. Section 27r fnr Fxeritrlx, CO".,.," "r T.'h.. "I" I J_

I I 1! When Kitchings sister Susan M.ry' S. IR. h 41. 011 10 I". H 81. IB)". For T" R.I' :
1 LOST & FOUNDiiMimiiimimiiiiHiiiiiiiHiimiiimmi I n. M t-tNTOS. M.A.. Rector I JOTCE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX' Ih" 5l.t, ". fl"y"r Iml.
nom England they built a ;JFV.\ M. Cimmunlnn DEED Trails 47. 4' and 09 lomprlilnil 80an. -ALA'DV R": Slut, 0,
LOW SUMMER RATES ? ."ml I 51stt: AM. hnrrh Holy 'hool Ho,,.. BI, No 188'I I ... PAlM CITY PARKA. kectlon .l I n, rw

I ".r '" '" I I I .d "h,' .ivrrfront home-which sUl ii.I'lI' \M Mrnln' I'..o.r.n.l her I ?'Il'l'Io'E: ,IS I I\ (.1 I .:N. 'ht, I'. 'r. e). S< II. t:. 41rn.l t.I..rl.1 I"rld. I b.. I

I I,.. I I I .. Mands 1 on Flngler ave. a I t1.t Bu.dlr, In Monlb, I kJ : 0 "H r r'h. :';du NOTICE .. : M. ,".
f. ".. ., I .." ,I.. Holy. Crnrn'nlon. ,, I,"., ; .. .. d yrrIl.C,0 I I HI feel of South Half of South- NUbILE: IX HMtrllY OVEN thai thoC II.'yro. .. I .II
Still In Effect I. .", ,' f., I"" \ I.. .' bm'lnesl building facing Flaglcr : ,. r.r. lu, I.'d t. I. ",.. th...,. is"! Qiaitir, of Nollhea.l Quarter ofgkglhrmt .i.i,''nl). I'immlaalomia' ulll arri.pt atvleil .1..I Ii"r, "II. I
I I 'I'h 'nlfltn' ,, ., ,. Section I. T. 11 I I5,
f, , I ALLSAINTSW.nnl.ud I. "" pro ih. of Ihe follow1 -
"h." Iu..r. 'the lIlnInIrIs '
,. Tile post office remained theieuntil s.f I.n ,, tt' lb.' .1 n'yr It.on 'f 40 K. ,. ". I ici.*. B'I Ihl. f.r I'l" T.. "
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Cool and Comfortable -- -- 1913. when ftervlcea be resumed In Net ember hnlf tiurk, 168 to 160whiel ,
Hitching re- a Ilntpd ,
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e h..I. and Tbr.For
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c. lean IH \i of Ii.or'. ( "LKT t'AII
tli ed from r ISO
service because of his.1ge. i ,
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On the River I : ::. ,i' \. .:" :: .I : Vitl 5. m... Uiuich it,,.. I. ISIS. h.II" $ubdlnt.is'n, .r 'Soot 80 l'h.in. x, Alaoi INf; ,M u
.ho.l. auxflliir .prlnir ont I II
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lt.yr Ip ..I'" f '' IteitMouth 41" 1.0' II .1 .ill of I. IS and .
I ::: n ,Ii I II I 0(1( >. -'lr.l.. "..o.d and Fourth'' f'l i N :r lor,:. ../ 'i, .r I h,. "NIl.. o. ..laon (.,'. I. 1) 1. (larwoud Holtl and, t plalforro body In T. Imo., ,W I

VICTORY HOTEL 1--__ -. B J. RIcou became postmas ".., ,.f Mouth' l.rmol and Hulf IocrlIn. uni., .,: : fiet. $..u.h I II i T.. I. 00.05. K. IC.: 40.41 ,'.m".I.ln. I 11 tl,. lonii or It. ,iqual mounted, onabiot ..1 .0t' htIO'aI ,, : ..

I. ., ,. h ,, ..,. let In October of that year and (u..nu"lon. II III I 1 1.5 f..::'I f.'s' .I I'ltI' ; iIrcInlo I Iron 'Ilh amrrpiiatc'r. 80 aire.IHIAKIKII .. ,'hauls fob' 8.u.o. Mori... "C 151' I'S 1 .'
Phone 9155 tf( 1 .. ., "" ,. "" Sntit' (ml, 5 ) f.'l.N KH STY COMMIW IOSrKM : .. I Ii.... .",1 n ho!ftnu,'h 13"0 1811ohiel b.n.n., Ihc ""o, ,
",.,.","' .1."".1 """ II "", h"I. k." moved 111 post office Into the FIRST Run. MET. P.'or ,.,. :, r't..f %Oy.n .- .:n.nn,,:h.: I INor'h Mil IN (UIMY HOIUI'A' ban.. ill-id I I tab .h..I., dual "r b'm', ', AlT. I
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I,' I. .i.I ,. ,, II.,. I h I Fcioe building room, now ,. .nl"h 110 .L ''lI'111 s Court 1..1 oi.
I ncl' '. S'Itnot. lo Pi,I Int llmlniili.u, pom'rl.li' 9 J. It. I 1(151 5.11(15'( u ."",1 I : aiixllmn, M.rlMj Also! .
llllllltlllllllllMIIIIMIIIIlllliilMllinillllI coupled' bthe Ideal Sport C i '..m Sstdu' fortog. : HI',i., .;1,1, l I.... knlloll, 16 T. fI" '. I CircuIt'If'' "' I if C."' '.> 0|"'iil I ". ..innd. Al.i,: dm I U 7 1 1.I. I. I.' S I. ,
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SALE i 3. R. Pomeioy succeeded Rlcouin :Iho hIl, r.d.r I.o'd.' i:; log.Nu'o.'rp'lb.' .rpo.f I r.... IIL'I l'"All" ,of of .aid Mailln, .,',.,Plata,. .0 uf Inlnu, 'In, th.lit .. | 31 1011. --- NOTICE.- ------- ,
MWIIM(: nit' I f ",,',I IIL' i'In 7 :'0 |t.. m Annthir popular, ISelh I I''k., t"ldH. .
I ,, ;; ::: : : : : : : Noxembei, 1918. During hUtirm Unt .u.'S cn'rlfIy.tp -----"" ------ --- ---
.' '' ". ,, ,ixiitiam" "lnIIy, ttur.hlu ii .,. .. .h.1 ---
1111111111111111111111111,111111111111111 J Mu.t, I I. .hl,' '" .... ,.t ,",, t,'t'h, ..1IM of office 1925. Junes Corner ... "'d a 'lordlim .I. l I.w propeil NOTICI 0' lbs Cstflnpli on01Tborn A'nsrrdIoSrulInt n
IIIIC M,1'h 1 1.. ,' I 'I I... I.C..I I '., ,'I"r "d. .,. .. ,. Februal'. 1' 0"1..1' I II .",.h ,.rtCtc, .Ill .. .olil tlUFRCAS. The IllCTIOI' 01 Int II .nd 1 0Art''" bill 0/ thoC""t 1.lrl la r, : :: :

I. ., I. \ .' ", r" Ih,t IiI ", I"I.I, Alt I 1 is., I""\... I',..I .10", "is the office! sought larger 'TERIA ., '. .. bidder at Ihe .0.1 h,.,.' .h. 01 1055. 01 II,. ". :00 0' Bt.'. of Florida .. 1m.: ., ...,. ;.": ;,
nl. C.n'Ulllon
,' n ',t '. ,. "" I. ", ."' ..I'r".,.. ,S.... II FIRS. .1 on t Ihe n" 51 l unlay I In, month, if '.'. 01 Flord.. pssi e Joint Re.o> A.lop.d, a tlno Ucn.r.1 Elrctlon' of No. r"nclo.I .. .
u" ,. .. ,' """" ,..h",1 1 ',uaiUi and moved into 'toe I'.n'.r.4'J.' > hnh I. .Ihe ao. IH| > of unopo.sci.nn.o dm.nln to ..h.Con.llu'on .ald Am"dmon, to Pro prosa lIon of Co. Tn Coil
C A Camel. Fists "J".n. "mb. IUt.
1k"t, ., I"" ,.. ., ,h. "' I I' V.AMI lt.i i.i .,: -, .11 I I : :-1 t 1,0, : location reIgned I" ....n'R)Sudsy; ;'h,,, at 0bntitt', ,'lb.S. ,, l's'I...,,, .It'hI': ,; ;i'. I I IIflr.,1 0'' ... I''5n5I oC FlorId.. sodto.Mn \ '0. Re.Number, ,,ng ol ". 0510.1 lt* p.rgrpl h S I .'.
,' ::: HIM "ty of Oelobir IHI
."' '',' ,''I Ih '" 1I 1- pIh.....I.. t,., I ,, -. u ;. Urrp 'tell1 Pomeioy th'rI'nos,. .I hJ..ulo p.I I .nu'rn.oro dlobpsnot.I. 11 12 ol Al"e11 of the Conitllulion nd shall likewise fIlolIdoAwundmot for uCounty
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-- -- ( the following August :: ) c. It.n tnrnboninlnclr.11I I 01 tht Adopted' "IO.. cr., cu..ody. .
ifl Ihr./lh. 0.1 .porl.
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at tnt
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I "Mr I I"" [ .f" I" i' 'Dn l'OM.II\ G..I b;
"I "" ; .crept the position of clerk to. $ ,' ,, 'l'ot'In, s Pot. II I, rk if (' nil I',"",".i.I if Jttnt R.olto. loll nd Section II and Collector": .
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lJJuI RPR-M'n. ;; ;. Wunttlot, '. A.k. All lIE l IHillUIHY IJHCfc I. t.'lrro.pontlt.' Journal. WIth tht vrat ol Article Mil of Inn ConMitutipn, .
.. 'I .. l 1'bIi ,.. ,"d'.0' 51,5.1' he newly l> organized county lit. 'lIhtt.T. 14 21. 1>4NOTICE .td ..M thrprt,*, and they did' dettr.Kt the Slate' ol lorlda. and to Provide 111.1In
-- -- I Inn. Ph : LINIONCONGRECATIONAL I -------1 tho \' of HllUuoroiigh B'.'. olFlorida. BOUSB JOINT RESOLUTION
: :: 'I :; hlch office he still holds. mon sod dlr that Iht aald Jointliihmltled CO"II H6
{ \I JI. I "r.. d.." ,,., ,:,' I I., milllimilllllimilllllimillllllilimililSERVICES' I I i I: P.lm Clay LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Prtiullnn., b. lo thi elector.th h. Count" ''. Aaur.sor 11.511 A JOINT RK80IITIOV I propwrn
I I,,, ,j,,,.d j hd' '." I.uu"d. C F. Wales was then appointed rtt;V 1IAIMI80N I.. I ACKAHD, 1'utot --- -- .It,. ISile .1 th* Central Elecllon A... Lh. lpoprply of Cntp Son to Arllrls XVI, ol thislltulion
." Ih'mh"l .,; I.,.".1 OFFERED I, :4 to.. So'l.y 5th..). Ntrmbrp IblI. I ''OR pirpott, 01 Le\Mng EtaltSchoolt C.un.y, ol the Els' "s of Florldi,'
I -I ,," jut served only six weeks 11.15. Moy.la I Wy.hIp. HAItI 1: NOW TIIEREF0S r. f. A. CRAT and Munlripsht', In the Co.,inlyol Adding Thereto An Additions! Suet
miiiiiiiMMiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin ;I II" OM 1 1925 C. M took lI'It.OI"A.; SI 1" I lIlt I Snt'rS.pv $0 B00t. bf lb. of Flord.. Hlll "u h.. ", t I Lay over a, b.rnb ynionnollno 10,0 Flor da, which, bt Exempt. 01 h. .
,. .. "T'MMUNITY SOTllr: HHIHIV ,1\I-N
u SI. '","k I. fRE 'rISAT I I IIII Cly. Sh.1 "rr.n I..oloton I.
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'' .5 I,, InHi II" .1 Amrodn.oI,
.t..t' I' he olfice serving until M. !CTIOMi ofX
r. """k ".,1 "I'vh.' RU,, : : : > I .limit Kiilion 21 1 .r ( hni.li., ttti'V CENFRAL Lexlcd"'bv' .
Taxes the Stit.. Cuntp. and
Fi t Hobo Sound ,, h. c..nIn Floridauccerdlnl tht Budget to AIlS OtIrIl thiBF L
,'"I I. .I. M.Corm'k, H.' I. ---. 934 when Hartman was apooti'tcd REV. F. C OtNO. Pastor l.w. f 1.41 if Ihe, Stat of MorlilnIhi '.1 Ton, ., ".t Iheild f..1 County, school! 10od. School DlitrlctaKpeclaj 1,1,,,. lo Ppo.yplhs 01, Pon,,.
-- ---- filloolnit "l land In
". ,1.,1. M."I ''n No D. the Tax District, and tht lOsItInE (duslISsooll osao S 7m, ul
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,. II ,'F. > i m. 1."d.y l.h.ol. I .um> MoililH l hi ,,fired .1.r I (01: \I I h Kit fr," I I" M" .h. '" I I ill.o. ixdiy N'iniiiitpn County Ix..p thuCItY
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4, .,'.', 'j" ,,Ittt n" It I I.ud i, I,.. 'Is.", LI"'iIl',. p,'r' .\ I.. I I h 5 : publi' oitir:, > fir. Ihi hluhe.l an, :I lI. 'I FiFTH DAY.OF NOVEMBER ol P1,00 I ,: CIly t ? FInrId,. IT RESOLVED BV rat LET!I Irt'RK
-, h..1 ml, .'I, .,. '" '"" I I IIIdg I. I' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY OP r. ., ra>h bid, at ,Ihi North doui. of th I lor the r.S,1.rllcn, nrrol..lion of thiiiUtutlon le IT HEOOLVI'D bY TIlE I.ECIISLA. OF THE STATE OF ELSE:
I II ., I n AI nde n'TI".T.\ STUART .",irlhoii.i. .. I In, Ktumt, t'lurld., IK.I wen, I Ilh said. Joint Rr.uiuliofls prnpobog Am.nd.m.nl. T'IE OF 'HE STATE OP FLORIDA, Thst tne following Amendment In
-- t : yo't. I test Fourth StrootlI..tothorch.nrIr. I hou'. if 11 ,'i'ok A. M. and 2 ,. Io 101 ol the Stan Inn folloolof ... of tide XVI ol the Conlll..1lcn et IMII

I itt'' '' t E: ".t"r.t. ,, ,I..' ,I.. .Icd, '" I" (ii ;. :,: 1' I., : :,"'5 ,r I'h' \\IIIG) IN (;rOWJ; 'ili.ik I' M on, th. KICK I h.I.N'ril ol Florida' "a, AntnlI,., Vi oC u\. CynsIllullon,'. .I the. :tlf FlorIda, by ddlcg thrrla I.b .

I \I ," I I". ,. ." 'PS I ., s. ", .4 |, I' Nancy Tayloi daughter of .liy of NllM-VHHK, l ISIS. ;'I Ihi' ,.".I .1.' 01 11."d. cplIl to .h. Amra.nrnt -
,., ... .1" T"Ik I' .. I I." I I MUi'i.l: I lK-HVrH ,'I. e,.<-m rot f t.r', .j I Iiluhl antI (01..10. 01 .n I.. In thoeeunly sod thun.m.I:
""I I'I ,(.:.,. .. "II." Iluh.I N" I I h.n II III It I Mis JCSS.P. Leo and Joe S Sut- CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENCE >", ay aa flIt. .' urn HtoI':.1IltIot aENATI JO" !!fLUTION NO. 882 S.f Hol.bor..h. S..,. 01 Florldi.I' no,,, be tiibmlttc, to Sb, ISuinpi 01
: : II .dnpl.d 5101. af Florida for p.llfIr.Ilon 0'
-.k' ".. h ,", : boils I uf Stuart I I.VIoIIlA1nTIstG I'UNtl.ItM :I 1 inih :' of the yrtt'r I REIOIUTON Prop..IosiA.nond.nnoI a..Nlmb.I.(5 I ..1..Uon I .lrlio. I,.. PbI
; : iRtISI' ;r" soil. were mariid 01 tOn 0 onrno .0 0 Jecllas" .1 I h.a.oan.
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linn of Con.ltuUon 11. .
road of
I I'llM"h;. nnr I2 itnmo H.'miiml"n LH'tgi 'h c "IJ'd ur ''he 1..ul.I'.rm.n .hhh ." municipal! 5,.," of Florid, lo AntloInxx. Section II of Article bid Ii ths pull
,. .""' 1 I.'irauiri' I tttt,I. o"lo; 12. I 1"rt I : in Wavcioss. Oa October I 011 I t. .0 In ChuP'h. .r l'hrl.t flu I .,.d rfty I 1501 I Teal POrN.h aidiif *,rtlons I and I. bIcIslInito 0Lh.. I. 0 rcd... nion of the si.it 0Fl. I foil
I.,.. ",. .n.1 Al." 't.t ..mm.M iimiiiiiimiiiiimmiiiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiiNOTICES I n,.. .h.uuhuul, thy ootd, u. l.nd., I the mile,:I Ir!: .,I' Cuunly ioad> Ii Ih. Connclldit'nn' To.of. 0' C.- to.. sod by Amrndlng Section 11 ofVIII SECTiON 54. 11,5 Lrfi'iflpn uO.
..I"II.-li-nnth. 11'. si.l, I | .l h",,., .e They spent their honeymoon l hhG'ol' :. rnleil,, outnldi. ixUlinu ,., fi.rmirlj II I IolloMln tllni of Crrtaln COunIC Olfirti"Taxei inS 'h' I AplicI.' 0111 01 Ihr Coo.IltIbon .f lbs law pnot'bd. no, 5 D.c.. lynufIha 5Sn
". "I",.,.. t" fit rr\U, .. .U f Uieir/ and visited his sister Mrs. I ','" I. 1 1 h.. I orU I.bt.tt I. I h"'Ir'' ,."''r" ItIls n"hI'h'' I .1,1 I' IfInILRI A....m.n. .nd Coltrytlon o. hIobo.l, StLn, 'f E.55r1d,, o.adot'tria I ISO Gao- nhall SR ppOItS' by roll,
,' ", .". ,,.'n'I ti .>..... ilip, re.In. ', ,, I, ''h.' udum.n wh.h 1.no..t I ( fonI .n ....h .II,. ,'.n'.' by Caunty, Tax Ofltrlalt, In Ora I ,'sM EI, .on In N.scnnbpr. 014t .. V.0,1,01 unnl'lnu II.015155 1 So,,
.' ,r.. H 1.lnol.h"rl h.lr. tllllllil 11111 I'I I I 11', 11'1' \ M O111K On their I'etur to I ..,...h'I ,,.. n I .n..d In .h,' u.. Ihuir ItnIsIr Ir ,nunl'IIIlIiog' County Florida, mil Provldint, f,or R.. -I IS m... II rrim Section \o( Arllcli '
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I B..h lt1m. .wn I l'.otm. P :10 I pnrodgntn EI.nIbn.' Inn Acorotuscn or II. M Iht I '.III" Ily 01 SIn o h alI.nt wIll lor PPOI Ii0fli
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I ".. .. tire, linn's's's I Hnlwhile ," n.1..Ihn' ",, floiida Mi and Mrs. Sutton Anton, th.. ,'It.tIn "hlh ,'.n.p,1. Thc ,, Tiiicti' In I'ALM tm .''ctlon of soy Law or L.". Inictcd by Flurld. OS I oytylo On IS. CsIn' of PI.nl sIltutioO, p rum iOu hIS II000rn inS Spnsvlda
luh" ---- hit !n-t., N. ho''s.i'I'' \ letted hei aunt In St. thi I I..o..mon I. .h. Colo"'I.' frunII tARM" ltolI'Tnt i Ih. 1rNi.tunn 0Ihe St.,. 0' S'boro.0I City from .10 Am.ndm.nl: Hi and thtIn for hI. I,,,I 0c.S'oos, lcd
I ., ".rnnm h""Mr. funl.h.d : Hen tic" Htrvli, /",.,., I Il I h I I. I AUgUStne'j ,, ilbi.t' "C..t.n.p ", poor.S i*. .. tl 'f.l*. if E Po.ld.d .14' Propo..d AosnndOEIT u", I. h..b .h.d I oandski II b oh utIMo, Ihi lmslt 51 1 t'ch IS,
.JI't ; h."." .rl"'r. 3 I l>ldg._ SItti'ENc1.II Mis Lewis Mlllei al flgcnu'si I,ngnkor"by ;' t .o.I\\ ,.. I i 40. .. I/01.. 'lrI. I., I m.n,. ..,b'nllIed to .h. 0tho B''.. nhnIlp WtIhbO thI dlsnortlon. .1 III,
.J.I.. .. eli.. ir.. Iraki., roul' 550'p'". nd mukiii ,' hp.'t. ,,'ttd and ,0I.I.h. St. 'I'.. 5. 'tO II. N. \I p RESOLVFD BY THE LFOISLATl 01 FlocIds 10. lnttrstbol,, o. 1..cto.! 101.1 oP.aOli 0.11 001 h, '01 bU0S
V r J Kim. Jeffersoni r.1 I'IMiHIs, I.;..,rlilii. S. "t'lI'' M., making theii home in Stuart. 0 ,ls tO ;,t'Is:: f..r"h I Iuf .' .,n 1,1,,,.0P t' It I Ilb 8 ,1..10. ,, to 57. 4 tl.r.. 'RB OF THE STATE OK FLORIDA! lt Ihf G..I I EI..n" to b. : I. ArU0I. XVI ul 11.4 'tosiUl,

\ I :: 1;: l.HtcI' I I.' ". i ill., aid ?lh '". I I..u"I IN Ito i ,... I 1'.. l.u'I ., ------- ,' ,l'o oh f him Ihit dh"h. ..as.h Ih 'uml..I.llu to ."d 60.HI P.o I .1.... T. 5' Thst the folloAlni amendment to the 'h. C"'I Ts.dstnIIoo Lh. f". Noodle
t. Arf ,. A H' l.rt l-i.r.. t'I."..l,. I""IN': I 'nl Cod, 'our.plv. 6. 1".luI, 1. Constitution." of riorlds. to bs known .. No.mh.r.4GI
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11., J.r.r. ", .. I ," 'I.n''I', '. IIMII\K) ) : I \BSLMIb u".1,, llvi >i iIht ,." I 1..hI'I. .rl, UI. I. 1. 411, '. '1"1.,1" "r.: ... Article XX. Soctioni.l, and t. I horonl.printIng ', iECl ION 12 I From and after J.nu- COMMITTEE St'BTITtTrHOl"iB
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h S. .nd $ Iln I .
I. Iul 1,3 I" "d 110 Kiitlun' 5. lo sboll'hlnl 1. 194B tht County Tax A..or .1.1Hlllbnnooln JOINT RESOIUTIOS NO
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u \'ti'rii; ( IS S I' M IKIIUY ... 0' ]( b ynm.rl.tou). 4U i 0. 'si': .ot'u and creating .011 olc. CNnty mar5 .1 A JOINT RtJOLUTION PrspMlnC
INSTRUMENTS r"lu.I., "..yi "v. r'm, f hrlstlanmid 51, $.'yhl.n 31. T. 5. 3' R. 40. ....on.i.rIl'n and f orau.sn. COI.cUon! property for all S..t.a.1 .If. I.hol Amendment of Section V ol .Art!' .
.ibook hcionc H.althC.LTS I
for the submission .. .... I ,.'r,.. 1 l'hL of TrcI nlelpsl' .. by County "me. I.O.n. In and Municipal, Taxes to b. inNilliboTouilh of the Constitution ofMnc lists of
111111111111111111111111111111111111 Filed For Record Al ol absrntrc ballots in the forth- "I'h, ,... I.. I Corlt'rr". hy .M., 41, b'I I"O I Lola \lob tu LOS Inrlu.lM, I .. Coi..Mv. Florida, and provldinfof County by tit StateCountv Ids Relating lo Appropns' oniBE '.
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H"I II .1"" u, lh unreiurilnl |.lit' S Irsrt Ml. '.. I ,rf.t'.odoo C..n. School Board, School 1 1D""I. IT RESOLVFD BY THE IKTVHB !
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Large Selection COUNTY COUNT rlCIUSLIt : omlnu general election Nov. 5 ,. .r "n liP hl, ."1 lint 111 nnd that t.urt of.m I',,met ,o/.Uo./ 01 anj'la'w'orTaws'enarted .". 10.c.1 Tao .hool DI.'rlcI' sod OF THE STATE Of FUDBCtlon
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loinS sIb.' "'m'.1 ( rIbIg. In.1 .11'In' hrD.i. : I bp tho Lool.I.ton of Florida prov,dcd MnIpIln.Iltl,, nacoc.yt In It.. I 01
s0IIt.; M.". ) II tptt.l., ,. II. I'. 'II 5 p. m Friday In the countyurine's I "n.l, h'uu"h IIlu ..hJ."n) UK 1, tl to IH Iniluslvr' us Ih.r.j. b. ."hml'.d, Ii .. n.1I0nd, City. Florid.: o.hlyh CIty shall ho :.n.rnplfnnrn : 75.1 30,lOS Article fnilusIn 111 of gsw.ndwlc the Coot,toll'
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NAME.ONCHRISTMAS """ '1. p.llu 1".0 .lun .c.o.01 .h. Plnrtds f.. idnp.tl.n Ill. p0,5,0.0. of los, Onctlno, State ol Florida re slim tospptatlona
office in the court house ton
b III.'rh. I
n,00nn I t "I,'nsuon. dIng u" I nrrolcIIo.Itlton0.nonnI, Lclsla ,, ihoVW >
A t I I.. "..lt I Ann'," I I', l ," .11' II' 1 / 1 Tht o'I" Is b.rhsgrO 04 .; and
Vv 1.'hrr"r.1 I 4,ttst,ih I I..,UM I I'. ..,.., ., Judge A. R. Clonts reported .tgIi., .nd 1."r"lu, toto rni.pIcnu'q' h." .,.U.n bt laid' la tht ".a SKIS.ARTICLE latvt: Besilin, In 197 and from time to I hrloctO0 01 IOn
c Int. and Link. In KT
CARDS :I' ,' ..n.. ."d t Soul" fulliwlnir : time thereafter enact a tpeclfvlng tht }% connl'l
I rItlIlyillOl'
lvl" "
I" 1-ec.n L. J 11 ;
i IS I I : Ito
\ ,, I .
Slmants. oday that no absentee ballots I,'. 1 2..311.' Ll Ij SAILS. "- In 111 il PHKI powers, meltons dtitieitloi sod mmpono. I to
I t : ('.' KMT10M I U. 'r. S. 8K XX Asieisor 8 iiGr tBr ? It .5
of dtslgihall
tht County D, : Ihat
I II lT.. Itt .ts.i 11".1 I |I" |I.. have been entered since the per- ; 5-it\K PIN : N.: limit l I SECTION I. Tht L..hl.ul ll .solOn .."' In P.r..r."h I .. S.ctbon II. ..d lIt Arlbolu (

Order Now To Be sure of delivery \, ,mst E. I'ttpgot Klitr, t 3 S v.k HUM I 1.ltI,1.,1, .. began Oct. 21Voteis I Lot.. I ', I In,'. 0 ..d .. Il00'k I. Izedla md .np...d to prov'd.' by I.w 0 likewise provldt by law lop 'h.I SArir, thu 51.10, of IrW.lSj
M.l J" Io I ..... '
.1 O IIK llloik i Lola I to :III br ttslltsrogui- extension on tOn Foil ol lb.CouoSy .
In for Christmas I l Ia'la it : .0 I A..m.nl amended and as
Time .
I Clam
\ I. K "I Jul i I S P s' ., u 1,1' A. C. commercial'l't'plesenLatvl I slon h.ld In A. 0 InS?. or
of any precinct in the Bildgcs. Inc. I Inr. Hlork 3Lola I .0' Tax A..or of all tsxes I.v'e' (olOwis
10i. t 1113. ItuI : I IIG. remiltr ...Ion I thtrcafltr for con I Ih. .. County mshipf IOn
by 1.5w.
14 id il. 11 lo COln'y. Beholi SECTION
i|i \ U I' Hi,. Jot.", t t. -' >. .1..1.t. Hate may exercise their suffrage 'I Stuart office ',.ld.lon. abollihlnic or creatlnl of any Bosrd !, Special TSchool ., ? I 5u511s005! al Poflintats
('o. i, in i7. lo SI Inr. at and 1 tJIn I II. II. I pnopflitionl II 5uynmi
In For.
THE STUART NEWS I : in this manner been awarded S-yoar serv- 80 I Ini., block 4 lot 1 14 or.n.C.ln. i II'Wc and inlrlpalllles lo- itid umpic ,
W D I I. J.I.,i.' i I. ., County Jiulgasin : : J. Ida. Provided tOn I ..p..d from rIbS ,' ? of Hllltboroiigh of th. Still Shil' onnaI,
tf. Oak InW in *> iO tl n. f int'l lie elferli of thll Article ... of all nor slili
their home district will check Ice pin by the Florida Power & I. Rtalt' of Florida with the exception of Iher aubteit
'. I). ,. .. .. ', .. 17 In SO I BI U. U 04, ot .nd I .... visions on ro o '
-Hiymir Si J hi i u'.i. 0 .rtnt5 nd I. 5nov10. S. Lh. Iht City of Plant Cllv, which Is htreby appropriation Su i an Incident ef snripproprlailonl
he validity of the I Llbh Co. 5,I, llluik 5: I.ut 1 to 20 I III,.,. 11 un and collection municipal' '. exempt from U,. protlalonaIthIi ill stillprupnl.tloni escep
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimimiiiiiimiiiiiiKilt vtg.s'p Oak. I 5',,. It. .. i I ,', absenteE I. 23 In 2. l,., 5$. .,0 I 10 I. b's...,,,.ot,. ,rnllhnr 0.h.m.. bv .m.n'l I Anondon.ot. bibll lOP I h0OOO l ,c0005. Itips.

('. I''. John ,0tl"S registration LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT llloik II : InS.. I lo I I" Illoil lax .officer., In laid County' Anv I SECTION II I. From and after January rIlIr.. Or nISOP P0UIlcslSuSl'clstill '
-At U I l"SStt hoir nIt.
i..t"t" ,
n O.k. i I I" l i 7 Lola I I Inc. 0,1.1,1 I ei acted' reiptclinK the consolidation I orcrentlon ,
> s' :
.. \--1. .. I. I .Iu.k 1. 1948. tlit County Tax Collector InCounty
AI.n ---- -- --- !
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I.". .1"1.' '"I..". I 0,05,11,"ihT. .. '", .j"Oi J..h. IN iHE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR lo 14 II. U.k 5: L.o lo 10 I h.., acribt, tht ot any County.. dullo.sndoonpVn.offices aliall Pr.-.* IS. of HIIMhorough' SIol .... 01'Fioi" for brenacted
11 I Mlg.--g, tOok l'. I t..t.,. t.... til XXJiCEI FILES .ARTIN lOUNTY. FLORIDA. 11 .n" 12 1 ,' 10.: I..' ,. .' I' .h.1 col..1 .. I.vl.d In'u'l Institutions ai proUde
Ill Ottlrrtn Ihnron
II. J.hn. 1 I.. CHANCERY I to 14 I h.. Illuck 11 I : Lola" I to It : ilgnattd Ita '., Cooly, Cnuntp at the ISIS Irnlt.lIlfun! '
--- diltlei, at.It. n5tI.
01 i I'\IK; I o000rr dlicXariit tht l
I.,.. .n.-J..hI... M".I"." ,, I.\RU J. Ini to 14 I I. It i. Inr. 2* Shool DIsIrIpt., Spoclsl I IiT. enl.l.tures and for Penswii
r" .1. u .had. I \ ( 0101 nIId.lnd 0 nor.totl' and I sillson'd.o.t bt
,, .
t'UII., ..1.. F, A. Menninger tiled this weeks : I and 1 Hlock 15I lota, 1 tu I in, ,' 1 1nnd 1- : : I ,,. funds and trail f indi WJ
r wl.li-, n,n., .i-.hl. feel 01.1 I, .lh.w. I'l.Itlt. I IKb .I : : ;:.I j!< .ty, Is. marledollection roPotbOg[ Hit lutiiI I .0 Moo.lp.IU. al ipproprlal """
0.i R. MI"n. V .1 05 7 In ttu > Countv, ,
Id Uloik 1st: Lol. t Flord.
.' I" in. .usiil I it dour, unly ..hurti "u.-I. 'e I tn'inI .nd .r nunlc pal taxes HII.brollh .x.pL pl.w" tholOlO.'
,. I.n. > i candidate in the municipal 13 I Inc. ., 14 15 anil 17 to ill In Clr I.nt City. bring exempt orbe ISO I
I and. mnn .ttto.r of h by
liki ni'
i iprovldt
i Vory.ultltl. '
'" "sn. MAIIIAN 1 oofrthan
VI II. Will. ,' Ir .,. I '. 'III' .:: : : from provisions of' this' Amtndment 105 for n* I
". ,. .h. tit for bith Alao h.n'> > lu ''I p. le :lion succeed Inc. Hlork I 14 : I .' lo Inr. 7 ti,I IU I p ,,,nt Ott,Pr r. .bill :thtuntlni msdu pOll? II.dytloo
'C I'IKE:. All approprlitlnrn
., ,. Uankllu t himsel a IlHS nnd 24 I In,,,,. llloik 10.1, a ..o..Ine. ..< ( 2 The Legislature .h.1 at tht Legislate nhlfh "1
'I S .1" H fl l b. I. HI t "nani.WE I".r.,nilNORhrR .. 1 I I"c. \ .01.cUn. .00 bf 151 an.rl Ion
Session ol ISIS from time
-r. H. lo
I. V..lIt lember of the ... .
W.II, Wil.n" .lt. t i city com- loll I to 34 16 : I Onburi.nlautharlllei I. and/or ,
tt'sds ftp' .
of good Ins"r. Ilc. Ito'k 1"0 old
,. tmsIInU0R
.Ud OI- : Ihop001t. .
f hal MlH Will,. J'I.'ItLICATION tin mao aws specifying
I IChnl I IM '
lllirk, I I II .n" '0 .p.opr'.t. mu..clp.1 topo"
Inr I
l'r"I"I. Apt', ill .I to .4 : .
ul..II'" WlIflm.. 'llon. i 'i.I I IHh tirrFMMNr' kAfHIlYNmiAS. 1.01 t. ..nd0' ..0mp.n..Uon .. flOPlInn. dlln, sod ..

I.."' ._n.______" _' \ ML.H.. Hank. WllliHm.. i it. 'I I 1.. .i.i irlati 11 He is the third candidate toj I 1tRI'I"t., UH.WI' Ine. 1.k, : I..'In. I 1 lol.to S |In.I .I.10 12 and hIllotk ...I. I .,",.h eou.t lnnld.ot, .ol..Ihnfr5 orClc.r.0',. That.vlc.. : plo,,,I"1 j'B Cllctnr I.. I& drillIdIn and .0,11 .

'Ok 'AI// ''r.dv r". light.. .tp.'h.. x. 1f.I., "rM'I.tT NIW01" to 22 ''nc. Illork SO: I.ola' I I... I undoa mop o.p.f ,' fo;, Iho ,'nlloylloo. JOINT RPMCILL'TION Till.A
,, ,
'...1 .rm,. t, ok 'i'ott',.. Sn. 1" 1'' .I;. I'.I.' l I.' I I.'ott. I I' luultfy The only other two can-I j *."l IC'IK h..h I ordned, to Hi" near I 4 Hiid II to 10 Ine. Hloik' 11 : 1 I.c.l. 1to 01'p.'ln. "to .n.old.lo. .p.rl". ..0 d.b"r.m.I', ,, .. JOINT IIPOOLUTION PIIO Ill."IbIb.
,rr 1'1."l". A'n'nVo'ihM. \ I II b.c. anil 15 lo 14 Inc. Illockl .r..lon I"k.w",.. 5 ounll Tai to ArId V oh
J' \ H. Ja. I, ilc'ates far are Henry Kindred Itfind lb nbono.,,"t.d milt' fur r.p. ratIfIed it the rI.r.odupl te 5Sf'AddilboOll
( 8 : : ., ; I lo B. 7 and 10 tu .. .. of FlorIda ho Addbni
5,, POt', Plht p, ,,,,ally ,, by >uSOlh I : 1.1 til.. nin.Ilon h.r.ln pr.vld.d u'h ito shlIbousom. 5lbs.
M.g6., .. H. J.k.u.. t,, Th.... 11.'h". 01 city commissioner and Hairy I'YII' ] At"r.. V. In or hefo. tOo diiy 1 U It.. 'Hloik I: Loll IB to 36 I IniIllork .f..Uv. .il ..I I 0 tho 01. 0.ctioO of Rrilnb 151 CO'l1t' ul IIn
.. ,, ,, 25 I. .. lo IS. I". II. IV tot S .. 105 fn.t Too.- 01 th Jud(5
l U Hanll' | ,rHt'I. |.uk,' avin| for office of Municipal IsiS, sod I in the event I. Ih..b I
HAVE ALL SIZES /lH..o, ,. Npt, .tgItg, Ti. n,."! :j: u, .o'h will be t.ken i *. U .10 KU U, 18 I Im, .. 1 HI"k .'I: d.3.ahlur IhI ,n.t blood.y I In .. HOUS JOINT PF.SOLUTION NO. Ill sod (, i.11 Counts.
1',1,1.( < 'uc'ge' 0 Iy: It II l I. furthir op.lur.l lits I. I. 4, 5 ,and 11 lo a IniIllock '. 01 .n" )otsF 'Itoo.dllIp .".... .. IS.Ire. I A JOINT RESOLUTION PropnIog soAonnIon.ot CotonY Soblrltor 01 711E
1..1", .-Hin-lln t.'unty ,I. 'I'h. .h.t :'. Ord' I hp publl.hiiil onrepcutlve I II- : lots I I. 24 Mm'. HloiiVIx .,.I tltctlo' hid .ub.qu.n, I. si.d' to ..PtoI., Vill ul ty. Co.- Br IT RF.001IVED BY
OF "I'bII.". --- to I I. I 21 Im' lot. /.nd"m,, nIpplI nostnh 1191 .I.'on forPr.nldcst .LI"lon 01 Iho bitt.' 01 Florida R.I.lln. TUnE OP THE STATE
.k 0 weeks h : .
: ,
I .. It..k 2 ,, *' I
l>. ,. ., : '. : : I Inr Hlock 80 I I I. I" 01 the CoituS St.tos.cnvtnd' .A. no oC Ppopnnty (or T.00 and SECTION I. '" *
\ -Ilixl Uiu l. i. u."'?, The smokestacks on some :h Su.ch"p o'-to.n'.r jbllihelHorld I lo 24 : 1.01 ".00.0dbf.nytopSlitororcIiof ISO i CIlrcli onunan. by Adding, ol the Slats el rier
20INCHTRUCK Moh. I "",5.11, M.I" I.'n.y. .. I IIIJ I Im.. HI'"ik 81 : lota' I t'. '. Hlork' .._. .nd of Addllloi, Coo.IIIoII'* I 5.alOalt
munlclp.1t Provldi adding
S. ll..-lllo"n, ll M.k l I.. (liHtii. ncdern ships do not raally di&IK I 'liE hO : t ) l lituapI..tJ:".,. I: Loll I to 11 I Inc. Hloik 851: ,-.m.n..nd .... .oU.elon. ., 01 lhto.lv I T".rto' tIll Coun'',1..10n. ,I f .sm.odnd.ctbon I.by S SoowS 55 5VOlOn
*51,, Oiubcr. 24 Im Uloik 14 I I I. .. tailthall II 101
1.n. ) rg; smoke-they are .f 101 cou.t I. OOtIPm'I .cc.p'.d .nd.J.la Florid. tho County Tao A saId ArlIclu. paltlod IIIS.
TIRES l h. J. |It. Uncle.hill, ., cam-\\ ruin I-c.t. I. 10 .1 P '
lo iki le Cu"r .I'J. Inc. llloik IK: at reltrtndum election I Asseis Iht Properly of tht County for thi J'dfu of ETa CosSI CI
I I ihubi ('. Hunk, and enclose such II. "1(151 OIlIlY. I II 12, and 14 to I Jm. Illock 1..1: ( tOn timt btcv of Lt\ylng Stale County, School for E.c.otbli CcIOIY and t I
Also I P1.05! KW. I l). ".I..u !LI, I'" i I. ItMi > JUall kennels I'Ink <.f thiinly (',',cuIl C"ur. 1.'ln I I..I., I. .. 5. t. S. 7. 0 .nd ,"..U\ .r.n.. lirsI d...h.1 J..r' I 'd.I Taxes Levied by tht iollcltor of ssld Cob ,,
( ,.. or ventilation \l, Hi.l I .. Lola'id and.hillfI
I HiNS 21 It,.. Hluik 87 t lo K6 uccttding tuca rsnrlndum I11.I.s.o. County School harrbp ag.a.d 1*.
SEAT COVERS "" ." 11.,. h. ,,"Ik.. I 14,mil',: ; tOAST llluik 811 5 I I lo 86 Inr, HloikP ;, ::h:1 ,. .. Special Tax : tho 01.lnrn DI Ih alill a I
1 fl. K..f I'.,. Ihart. I A. itt.rt.'o fop l'lunlrr., lt,",.rt. II".10. Lola I i to u:11: Inc, In.t l ..1 It :lll'S I I sECTION I. B.f.u .n" sw d..rlb.d Irc' and Municipalities ol the .. 101TIIo.dfS

FOR YOUR CAR MI" I '. ri '" 'I.t V..I. *' -- ---- lId 81 loot .. \ Nd 21 I Il';' It.. 40: loll I to f> Im 14, It.' It .h. pn.ondia5 ..cUon 0/ thIs APloIn, BE IT RFSOLVED BY THE MoOi7
I...', 00. It.I ,. l.II4I.l AIHKM1IWMRNTr la, and IS to 21 Inc:: Ulick 5.11:6'1.. : .,.-. I II ,.11 b. 01 Inc (0". .nd .f.cl. I. .hiIiI OF THK STATE 1..GSLA.TURE 5flIP 1115 ( '

RALPH I I, -1.,1,, LEal ADVERTISEMENT 24 Ine I Hloik dii: Lola, I to 12 I be accepted and rstlfled majority-, .4 IhfCof
ULMER MOTORCO. .'.,' M'" 'iiruitjjfihrrum ... rite .ouorv Jilonc's' COURT OF te I S uIn 01 h. .I.c'on 01 Unon. That the following Amendment I. Ar-
COUNTY, STATE OF 'fICE I toy 18 ind II .. 21 I... Hluik q".lh.d tlclt Vlll of thi Constitution of thi and (or Escan
OF FOR referendum '
election Rccord
a'ARr' ounty
FlOrd. .1 '5ihill
TAJ 49: Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Illiirk 4: Lola Slob 01 Florid. relative to the Asmsment aoI00lIor 01
\ R ( "rluh' DEED 19 b. held' for the sod lhs ConlY
art I" 'rh purposecl
1V I I '. H. ', 1',11.. ,V KM.A HI) IIII.: rKTMH: Iif (Senate Bill N.. IRS) |. I to 14 'Inc. 'Illurk It.: Lola" I.. 2 '.0.ihplhrnnuc II law and Collection 0 filllmn.. In Iht har..Iln b. alocIRd 5'laoMni
J.s. -- Inr, Klork lit I I.ots I lo Inr ., .h.1 County of Bay Stall ol Florldi by adding -
i : 2 and ratll.d, ,
: 2 PtaS rol.cI.d
'I' A. rlinirn. to Stuart IS HI-KHIY: (IVfN; lh>t I.c.r 0' 'I.i.otboI
Ihtrtto additional btknown
I .".lh. l.rl' A .1'I. Koiimr GI.A; F'I.' "O.fl. I, nd Ion. I II Arboua.t, SI.t 47 I /Lota. I to all Inc. Ilo'k 4' 5 I.ot tie qualified, tlecuri of stld CountI'grh I I' letlions to Ills C"R.000d
Or'FILE tHAIIth. Wt I havt romtleltnork 1\. : ChrIt.... tu Li* s. Hoe. ." ,,. n t t Kuhert I :i I, : ti','ro' lax t eitlflralea,; ho.slits. Ito 11 Inc. Hloik lit: ..'. I lo rtftrtndum election It..11. bt hnbdPIll I It sod thi a lant Eectltn Is I.and B.cUol. to 15,and bt If thu Judfu 5s.mbii of ,1of

of twivel 1 and atrelirht chsira I II'u.' 1'1. II.,, I'u J. I Chrl.'mu' .r.1 l \1..1. I i iI 4717, <. 8'M6n 6 Hnrllvrly 'Inr, Ulock 50: lots I to 24 Inc. llloikM Ithln ninety days after the tffectwt' i I bt ibmllttd, to thi Electors' of In .od for of
.. .. I. 'it ( HH UnitsMI' Al I I. .0 1.0". I lo 12 llluik 55.: lot.' ofsy.chl..nTh. Board, of .h.1 tOo CIY 011.110? slIn.t
In .h"anr and walnut f".h. Flcklul : \\ I.And... I'. .. I'u Jam. I I. I ItS. I. .".d Ihe seventh' ., olu.l h.. State' of Horlda for ratiflcatlcn, or
need while the selection' I'.u.' ." MINK! IIAVISO ( IAIM4: . ltl*l. have ( ..me In I to 12 Inc. Hloik &: Lola' I to 1 ( ounly" Commlsilonsri, hill pronidn (OI te at tht general I bt .t SO h&d ln5 IOII.

complete' bluart News Office. V.'. ttk.lj.k.th' H. .,,',' I. 'rh". $ AI.AISST KAIU lKTATrin .pofil.na..1 5,,. m.do,10,'oIIp.lI.r, ,Inc. Illock' 64 5 I to U IniHluik tie holding ol i iI snymolir.tnndurn .1.. .''dc' 'ntl.. first. lutsdsy after 01h.tf ModSll In J.ous7,,,
I \, Hii.l. earh if are horobI I It ,, I.. Lota I lo 11 Inc I .m and bt tIll flc.I .
J. 11,1.rl.ld. you ro ptont d 'u I .n.dthor.n h.It/ I &I .I. t ti Boardthereof .h.1 ..publ.ha Mund." (0P iOi.I
MIg u 1st t'cd. I. rii'il nnd, reiinlrc-.l, .. 'piearnt ."> ... ormlp.y. .h. follutolag .".._ All 1 to 11 Inc' Illock : y 0.0' SECTION Jo.mb.1f.. 0 oralnr m 00 y .
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 4.I..I.tj (11 From 0 .0'p
-I"uo IvlH r. i} : : 51't I lpn werks Immedisttly, ( and afttr Of nISIra iOPOO1,0, ,
Ie I 000'l
II. I ll, : nnil ilimiinils whl h you' ur either rl'' P'u' ,',, 'in th. County of Mntlo.1, 1 25 I Inc. Hlork IH Lots in I I..t January 1. thi County Tao Aisassor .ppolnlod SOolflc.n
\'o., rout prior to the d.ls 0/ .ochiact,00, b.r.altrr
I l'I.I I.. U,,.. l, Kduai,. It. ,f may Imvv ai aln.l The. r.Inlet of ;, 1St,i. ,,0 of Florida. ,iecllvely. ii fullooi.. I Inc. lilock I: L... I to 21 I 11 i newipsper of teneril I circulation Instld In tht 104.ol Bay State' ol Florida, banolli mb11 on.d555 nd IIlondol
ON IV-1.10. fowled t I., I'',. W.I 55. "Sr I Hob:,'rl tilfrd. .I. known as. '"' llloik HO: I und 2 I. I) Connie Ixcspl sa herein: otherwise'I 'I .Sallsuoma lb property Co, all StallCounty hrnObY. An 701rn1? ,
Loan hi flirn'. 11. "v. '1.I rt (,lH .fiil,'I dviaa.vd late' of Ihi' I Icrlin.Hli. Not. nl and, 4717 I.-I I Hloek 61 : L. I to II I.c. Ilu'k irovlded. the laws ol the Bute relatlnl, I Il I School and mlclpal ... of .015 ,fllcri whIch 000uln
Army lii.c Lllfforil Kullivmi,,. .11 lire <''f KIItropd.! ounty of Ito Hid' Auitu.t 7, 183. ritA coveringnd I.. I to Inc. llloik HI : 'h..1 > the holding ol ('nflai.i.c lIon. shall,' be levied In the County by the 8... '
FERTILZERSAND W L. llurwood C'niton. ,, L. J U..hl., I I ', I ,.'; <:.f f5{w'I Jc.r.., to:: the Hon UnilKldrd, Oi. gino. U. -Samu.1 J. Irln.o' ,, Ne.l tIbuls'OI't't.,7. 0 ..II Aithn, II loi.t.. touiili, JuclK. I If I rut and .,'.lrl..'. N. 4"0. I.. Illork 05 : Iota I tu I Inc. llloik 'election, It any such iso shill Dlilrlcla, Special Tax School Districts 10.01 bY IhO 0 o.cnors' tc1001by
1'M, .,u kIinp., In. Lumly. .tt.I| f.I.tlto...,'. al, I II 1. e.. c.v..I." .n V. I to 24 Ini. 61 : I. 5. sco.ptad sod p.1101,5 by In. ..oojonIyRe and Municipalities' nfl. naoituil 5,0.10 OIl
.. Jr. CI..I.nd ," ..f flic In 'Ihi' ounty Courthouse, I In, I Ivf.lln .Ivld.d On. H.1 I I''. I I.'vr.L ..fC 1.1 Ine llloik 6t: Ilo'k. I I. II.Inc. electors participating In any 1.1.5nol.n.tlom I I 121, The LogIsIs I.n.s. at the w.l.

INSECTICIDES Lott-MItId,' M. Uerkiy lo fho K.Aff ., ('uunly::: Morlila; within night .o.n.mc.tI II.... Hgh..yl.FtI Hlock mi.: I to 24 Inc .Ulork '0I.ul 1 election, sucn law shall become lative Session In 19 Iand Irom Jlfl5110 '
lluh.. .Judas, mc.nlh.,,, fii.m tho date of the I ,,* 55. Tow..hlp 'K loulh. H.n". I to 1.01 II Inc Ulork' 71 : Lots I and b. In full force ind elfsct, but time thereafter, enact Iowa aptsifylng II t Is. girls MondaY Is .1 slY

".w en hand. 4.4.. Citrus $.,tIlI..r wltk I..I.. I.. Ou"hh'.un lo Ihu I'ubll" I ir.I ,"hl"'Lol. hereof fach: claim orIttuod EaoL, .0..prl.l"u 11 : a.d Ine Block. 72 : Lota I to It llaIsysoclsI.tlon.mojpllyol.aisctoni / th. po"..., functions, duU.and ompao.Ion ..- I '

1 O M...... C'v.' p."p I,.... trM I Ii.nd I W. t)..-W. N. .. to Jo..,'h W. Mu.msT mi.' In wrltinil and must ,. ....d ... ..Uv.I,. .. 'u Ih.lr In.Ocr. Inc Stork.78 I Lola I 4 lac. UloikULOCKU participating, I htO.ISsh.Ii vote ( ol County T. .. ', dtslgnsttd
'Ii lh. p1.nOOtV.i .... anil sKslnst the acceptance and ratification I II.I I' tOPS 511Mo5dhYhlJ100l1,5'
,r.". .. W. Homlnu post R IKlncald: P P 1 paragraph tint Section 14 and
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8.L HliminP'pela, <. l'I." SIt 'SOny, "P lb. 5. b..rd. tioioc ltlt.n 01 ,.. 'only of BT. massing board and, County shsll car. County Tax Assessor ol all taxei levied 5S
RALPH ULMER MOTOR I .;.r: \ho ', .. :::,. "old. ,oo.'dI.tg, I I ICIfc: INlET; .I." a ul.-) I, ll II : lot *14 Hlork' 4.. 8r LUCII lIy .b. r..nlt of anpiuc h .tfe .nd,",imBOUSE I I by tht Slate., County, County School I I0II(1IiIbI *
CO. 'I dlvl.lin wo.t 'AIMI. of lot 11 FwrATt.1 SrCTION 2. 8 ll of .r nl.ll.n, to lb. 5.or.ti,)' of ateafter SlIM n Board School Dl.lrlctl, Sptclal Eu0.cIool / fepealed.D. .
'i-l ,Ih, 'III' o '. SW' ai ,In I'K II, Pave 12 l.a 4.55. 00.5,1105 Uiereof. Districts end municipalities.SECTION \ .
; ILL OIL D\T.\ J.th day of October A. D .ail all .r Loti tl sod J4 to 19 hie. .r
I. '", tIIlo o. H..on. (Gnnt T. S. 5KIs.It. Section I. T. S. 88 R. k. 41 | IS (II From and after TISTIMONY WEEP5 .fls-

I r r ouc.H'ro.RSoN. .;. 40." I January,'Y I, 1948 the County Tax Colleotor hereunto set my hij* f*J|Vlerl*
Martin county used 1282': I 0'." ,I., Idml"I..t.r num t..t.. C. '. N,.. sot Lot 14 Ulock A. DIME VIEW 1.1 JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tl In the County of Bay Slate of FlorIda Great Beal el the 51fAdfu.0A.DJ' IK
BfcAL ESTATE I'., Sale --m.1 bum.. 'I ,I' "".., .f ISO : 1. or S.mu.1 rum.I'.. 88683.t 7. i.f part of SILL. of NE> ae In .0.0C A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an shall collect all'1 t.. In the 10.1,11115
low Oi two or more I.. ,,. gallons of kerosene 169.044 gal i. (."laiaford" lljo" \nu.nnt 193S: cov.rlni Tract a: Hock Kh'i'oao.5taad7.5iookSsttdTrso i Pine I. Section 5, T B. In R. E 11'h ta Article OlD ol the Conor County bv the '. ,, I.vle. Countv **. '
Close .. I.I.I lliurlri. turn'ail, 1.'vrn..1' II | Ions of gasol'n' ?" : ;" ; Ola..fod, deceased. I oluUoa. lbs B'.'. of Florida KtltUveI Scnoof Board, School Dlatrlota, Special (SM.U 1-f i2"V ?

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'J knoll'ledlU') and belief 3"M.trtIfl LYdIa H Ellzabtth Ray Janatone E. I DeComps, Paul HDtComps I Johns harold II OlM,,u,. Gladys A. Stolt' Mis. Jessie
list of Albrllton
SEME; 1'1.1 II J orrect qualified Heitel Adolph I Roark NorrIs F Baker J.,D Wesley, Mrs. PIIDcBerry Johns R Cecil 0'Nell! Charles VONeill Seolt. F L -.r

County, Hertel Lucy : Raulerson Mae! Bowie Thos M. Mrs. Glen I Johns, Ainlta Mrs. Alma Scott Alberta ,
ro ftl j ,Irs of Hairell James R. Raulerson, HuRh Bowie Mrs. E. B. I Damron Luther Jock Mrs. Estella Olver Katherine LOlver Stafford, Jeanne ,
'''ME"I'E' I Harrell Mrs. James R. Robinson, Charles W. F Biker Ophelia Dimron Virginia E. Kreuger Karl J. William EOutcolt Smith, LldaSlnglcUn .
dIRS: J p BLAKESLEE, Hoke Harry H Robinson Leon S. Bell. Roscoe 1... Dinnchauer David JDnlcen Hitching Stanley Donald B. Marie. a
,lp"rvlsOI ,'I, Registration Hoke Quinna Robertson K. I Bf nch. Helena Oscar ADirr KiUhinu Naomi Outcolt Helen] M Stuart, Hugh DSchieckengosl ,
, r.r;:" S toke. Richard A Rowrs, Isnbdiey: I Boll ihelma M. Caroline K. Kummei Elizabeth O'MalI. Mack Thomoa, O l
,, h. r nFA'INCT( NO I Hoke Gene I Randlo: Charley I Buit Edith N Dolphus J. H. I Kunimoi. Fred( Or man. 11 edPittman Shackelfoul Miss Mary B.
'.. Jot Humphrey ?ars. Sudlc Reynolds. Homer E.. I Burt, Stanley a D..Bose. Julie K Klcklilei L. CKicklltei C. O Sweat C. F.
0'1' ,rIO ChailcsH. Humphiey V. D Roat, Viva C. I Bell, Anna Dai,'ling. Raymond E.DtulliiK '. Ethel MKieuger Parker Julian DPltlman Turner, Vera
1I1an,. Orate T.1I1al Hoke Mis Jerry Rawlins, DMargoser ( I Baines L. W Helen M. Radle Belle Mis c. OPorks Turner William I
1"1 -?, ,? Charles. Jr Hausmann Blanche I Rawhins' MI'a. tJl'Mar I Buncs, Norma R. Darling Bruce A. King, Mrs. D W. George: W., Jr. Tunley R.. A.
.man Elizabeth Hill Thomas C. Roser Meta I Blair, U. O. Dowdy Dorothy M. Kennedy, Jim i IT. J. F.l i Parks, !Mrs George W., Jr. Tunley:! OenevcncTieat ,
I L"'sl!' Hill Clara J. Charles A. I Biker William R. Diamond David D. Kennedy Margaret BKlckliter Pa rker. GIn] C. Kathryn O ..
' ,.-p Iton HO'If!' ? Hawkins Frank C. Reynolds, Maurice I Biker Evalena Diamond Ida R. Azaleen Peterson W. Ia!. Titus Katherine N
lion Hivenstelii Edwin Rclurdion. Arlington I Blair John H. Duncan Amos Kupke W. H. Peterson Mrs. W. M. Thompson Wllllim ..
Jart Horn John P. R'Bg' Anna J. I Blocks o E Dnvies Mary Kraft, H. B. Phllp Ruth homp.son. Wllbert
E"'Er I. E R Horst Jessie J F Kin, R H I Ill ali A. S. Davles R T. U raft. Clarlssf RKtpke I Ph iip. J. M Thompson Clarence W.
[;s. Aifj Hoclapp Etta fenske Peter Bl air. Oraco E Deckel, Hoiento Mrs. Waltel' II Parks W. U Thompson 1.ul-i
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IO ':: Hanna H L. I |fnsk : Marion Baker J. S. Decker I. L. King William Poole. H J. Thorn poem: Carrlt 11,
i W B: "an Harvey. Grace E I'monson' Alfred Bennett O (J. D Donaldson Mrs. G. HDugan King Mrs. William Pappy, M. UPitts 1'si mas. CoM ns
I II.i M-i Earl B. King D W. Jl. Df Travis Bull II '
\ WIlham'i L. Higbee Lee fmlth. W. A. I Biker Mis J. s. .;
110I' .llIng Roy C. I kmjth. Edith M Bowie Myrtle DeLano John King Llllie\ (11y, LPatterson. Tiavis, Lloyd C. ,
1. LewH \ U ltlu I Smith, Grorgle ro'kiiglon, Clarence Davis R W. Knapp; Richie P. Leslie BoynlonPilnte Toland, James Whompson .
I IIr. Mae F Doenges, C. I-!. Knapp Vlvlne,, T LUzilcIrefny 1
Holmes Eima 1... |task. Mrs F. Is!. Baitlut H F. I I Hugh F.
.. BoP Hays. O L fmlthVUllnm Blake Thomas E lIcit. F. B. Hitching; Lea hKemblc Prince, Gladys DPcndarvli feoflTrelny I
, IIVIM' 5 Edlll'Albt Hays Anna E ftewnson, ALJr! BI'lggs. Derrick H Furlt.: L. B. Alice n. Airs A JPendarvls Albert
er' 1 Haiier, Walter I |e(erstrom.Henry EdUISketon \ p I F Bl: 'une'r, C. J. Furlt Olney T. K iklitei. Douglas W. A. J. Todd R SThompson ",. ,.
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-rr H) Hiupr VirginIa Robert. Boll LewisBuckwalter Ergcnzinger Martin Knowlik,. Thomas C. 1'pnney W Oppiiney Mrs H O .,
.h, : H Hatch Milton keiton, T V. Frgenzlnger. Bertha Knowles Mis T. C. : : : Lucille Thompson, Lillian
hi c...., to"leu) e'I, Hatch I Martha B I tildes, Esther Sylvia M I Birnhlll H. E vans. ?Mis C. R Know IPS. Robert L. Piulson Henry Tucker, Jameshomas _
F ,"''" I H oke. I \\unnm Baibcr Marlon E vans. J. Fred Kubln Mrs. Otto Hitman Lacy Mae T J. Harry P.
Chem fides
,. .n.i Call re I L Holt. Clara I Schilhin Helen I Bennett: Mrs. Caroline Fills Mrs. W. E. I Kramei,'. tKiamer -'. M ppmble Kathleen BPlitle Tucker Charles
'"" WI. "11 E Margaret
;reX Holt Don I I bullet: Leslie E. Fills John P. B. Lottie Mis Clyde Tucker, Lida M
r B H I- P. :I Ibaton. fwinglehurst gtucyniard. I Baillelt, Floretto Fills Abbie J. Kramei Ralph W. plrtlp. Clyde R.. I T>son. Lou
, t xk Mai \ RannleI ewlnglehurst Harry Bennett, Andrew W E dwaa'dV.. D. Klidled Henry U !'al'el'Irs.); C. L. Tyson Mrs Lon
, 1 Audi' :eaton'. John F. I Sample. Callsie I Bennett Lucie A Edwaids E. W. Kinclied Virginia M I I'i llcher IslamIc Going Taylor, J. L
, ." ,.ds CRIi E F. Sample Katherine C. I Blown Ray Evans Robert Llttman M\ GLov Puislei. Lewis Thomas P. O
IFF'I' " '" : Sullivan John I Biowne: William Evans I'orter. Ethel Thomas O, Ir
Peter 'I Start A. Hoxwell Charles F'tJlol'd., Luette MIS. A. C Pierce Doiothy 1'homasl..Ruby MulllsTa
h. ,j MI' )i-",ances Isham. Paul I fcolway Henry. B I Blown Joe Y'fulfoid Robert P. Lyons. Huiv L. Poitei. Charles A. F >'lor. boils W.
Bnm.i: B D Ingram Edward F Smith Mrs Harry E I Pi ewer. CatherineBoxwell Falconer E. EFowlci L yons. Josephine F. Paul F. D Taylor Mrs. Flora
u Curtis I Ingram Rosalie F Shiver W. W. A.. Jr I Mis Louise '. Arthur H. Lyons. Ernest Prix ton. Be at i'ice K Taylor M. R
lln F .'II'. Jones Lena ShIver. Mrs M Bowcilng, Art: I Fowler Elizabeth DFogt Lane. Mabel Pendarvis. Clarence Tinman Mary B
Iij't ,Ji J (C Johnson Elizabeth St. Clalr Marie W M I BweiliiR. Gladys Stuart I Carl MFripp Lyons Isabelle J. Pimel, Willis T. Tillman Bernard T
,jl$ MnC. Johnson Myrtle Starnes A. Blown C. C Albeit S., Jr. Unnaid Mattle F QuJn Ivan. O DQulnlivan 'I Tucker Charlotte M
f o'I;ak Ai Johnson % C. Smith. Robert\\arren L. I Brown: : Mis: Leo I Dunn Tena MGunn languon John Stella R role Julie
o'o I F, ICaF the' lii'J Jackson K. L Seymour o Blown, lUre. R. C. Anna JGillyaul Lponaid Eleanor G Rue. F E. Ulmer, Flank
I F i: Cha rF'J, onas. George V.ohns Miriam T. I Eradfoid Amanda B. William ongbotton, R F. Rue Mrs Hattie VanMouls. A O
0, f.Ji> John L Seymour Shomer Richard S, I Bur ess. Mrs. E A Glllyard Melvian Longboltom Mis R F. Rue Viola E. Veal I, Mrs Kathryn t
t. Mri- .F A, Jickson Jennie E Sijomer! Mrs Helen Bui hex*. D ABut I Glllyard Icy Ljons Ezelle Oobei Rhktrson, Ira Veal, W. N.
''C Famll' L Kliiig. Joe A. E L I on Eddie L. Olllvard C. LOn Lukens! %V. H. Reardon J. H. Jr. Wingatc Clifton
man!' F" Ii F H Krummeck. Carl I fcplnney Mrs Edith! M I Brewton., L. T. 'en. Cecla Mao Lav J. M. J Ji, nl'lII'don. Mis J. H, Jr. William C \V.Woodward .
letD Keith. L O fcplnney Sharp Randolph B Buss Coidic Oilifin George B Law Carrie Belle R'ardon. John D W B
ttt! I IFr Idtr J Jr. Keith Etta I Ha/e\\ I B ass. MM Lena Green Charles Lukens Dorothy Robinson MirIam S. Wheat Solon
r r. C R Keith. George I fcotei Sharp Reuben G. DlIl'lon. J. A, Gtecn Clifton, Langfoid J. H Remberl I. T. Wyckoff Helen B.
r. )KU! F Ran Keith, Frances P. I Smith" Bums Mis Gtoite, L. Giant Mattie LOUR C. \vLoi Rembeil. Florida K. Wxckoff, H A
MIll. Keith Pearl I I Smith: : \o:Ilfi. F Barton, Blanche Gieen, Doc B. T. T. Hushing:. Clara Er.lcou Wilson, Chauncy')
nan Hf iert Keith Claud m A. I Bulon, J. D Gilbert Ida L. Loi K. Mis T. T. Enl J Williams Jonas
Doll) InnM KlInK. OeneUeve Sutton. join E I Biker Cressle Ooodbiead Kay L eenran. George!! n )Kicou,. Mrs Earl J Williams James
I' F H E heity. JuliaKrltzner St.Sutton. Stephen K. I Bikn Mis, Cicsble (I reen, Evelyn L eemnn. Mae Plchardson D S. White Emma
u. F rani. B Norman V. Silas) Clair. WIlliam I Butcher Velma S G ray. E A. La\\'ience. H K I,' R ay. Fred, B. Watson, E J.
uanseida B Kiltzner Alice Ia!. I Libert J. I BlikCiloe Ida. L. O Ointer Rev Clarence lawience. Mrs. H K ; Root, Nelson M Watson Mis E J.
NOIll&D: Allen F.anpberg Segerstrom Harry I Blakl'sll'e. Charles E Ganlcr Ida TGiumiy Lewis Willie H Roberts S R.. Wvckoff. Betty
itlaIl L.tii'L, Mrs. J.Lpe. Slilpes, 0.V.. I Biadlty Richard Fred DGiiMon Llttman James F. I R asdd. S. OReaves Willes Angelim, '
rIl.. Ollle B Biouard snipes Emma C. I Blown Jeanne R ;1 Arthur L. Mennlngci. Ed A. fiances Wilson Mis Nina
I Liza: be )i. Ann Lewis John, M! Til ton. \Anita ,. Blown B DBcnnetl Giiffin MarcelU Mennintei'. Patsy U Rpynolds Alice IIRleley Wilson Woodier
iue, \1\1..., A. Lang bore! Maurice Tllton V. U W. II. Clan) Carrie T. MegRett W W. Ji. O W. White James L
tnaOhUm. e LF' P Lee Crlaheach. Taylor. John L. I Bikei: Roy C. Gilson Alice VGilson Mooi. L. C. ,' Rlcou, I. LHlcoii White George
: M Marie L1' W R Taube Taylor, Arnold C. E. I Hakei'. Mis! D M Stuart J. Moore Mis L C. :'' ,. Agnes Wheelerlllluin! U. Jr
Giant, Annie Bell Mooie Kate M Jioul R S. Wheeler William
111. MsT a, A Lang bent. J. Bennett Wilier L. Ut'lclaei'Wynne
hu B. Leach Mis W. RLatham Taube Mary L. I Bennett Ethel Estcllc O m'ay. Welcome D, M artyn. Jessie I.. Raysor, Richmond I Helene) Jon
''RI C ian, I I.at H, Richard C. Trlckett Charles Bikei Sheldon Gray Mrs. W. D. Mears Opoige W. I Richardson, Marion; Wingale Minnie MWlnneshelmei .
Taylor. Lenore
1OFICaruza Ai II. Langford. V C' I llndall F Blown: Mrs. Harry H. Grant J. H. MPBIS Mnmuet c Rice TulJy i '. PhilIp
M! Lewis. Tommte Joseph M I Bl'l>wn. Harry H Gilncr A L. Mooie M V. Kountiee I. R F Willis Jennie Mac
,0F0 RUth, Larson Kenneth E. I Tindall Lillian M! I Co, entiy, charlotte Gllncr" Mis A I., Mooie VeiKdim Rountiee, Mis I. R Williams H W
1110. Mick Lavender Lee I. Taylor Woodrow I Ch.uch, Sally G. Goodman Mrs. W. C. Moore Mary Raden Mary Walden. J. W
Ronn Ll'slle. James O I hatcher, Charles H I Craner. EdCleveland Gocssiing Pauline Moore Walter u Rice W. 2!. Walden Gertrude Li
aMr, P C !Lowe, J. W Trajlor C. H I A. OocsMliiR Leo J. M illner. Mathcw Rice Mr. W. H. Walker C. M
a!1 I. Hei ..' Lowe Mary Louise Taylor Troy Daniel, :JUis John O: I Coventry. Edith ..._ Cray,.Addleuray M uir)'. Charles PMul'l'Y. Klcou, E J Walker Mrs C M
Until Ltu.lej Walter CJiHkon; F. M. T' LouieGray DtWelf Rlcou Alice Walton Minnie Lee
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'> Ai Mitchell. Ia!. M I Turner Troy CTrajlor Cromer J. E. Shirley W. Muiry Robert O Rood, Miss .Naomi Walton Turner
ne L. Mrs. C. H Gray Mrs. Louis Muny, Silas Ragen. LoisRobinson Webster QeoiceWcishuhn
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Peter ETllton MUlinpr
Crary Evans Green Nathaniel Elizabeth Lucy T. I. W.
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I' &ct' B.t. Mildred N. Gllllam, Minnehan, R L. Robinson
1 Fred; Mitchell, Lizzie Ciary, Talley Grover Thomas T. Wester Mae
W'II' Metzger Mrs. J. LMeckelsen 'I'll ton, Warner B. Jr. Coleman, J. L. O arms. Anna MO Minnehan Gerliudc Reynolds Geoiec Samuel Wester J. F.
di, Mi, A.: Jr Mac Tolar Hlllts Courson A. C rms. Herman J. Meyers 0 L niicid, Mis Lottie M. Wells Mrs Ernest: !
i L Thomas. Frances Hall E. 1,. Meyers Mrs 0 L. Peeves, A.
Courson, Lola F D. Watson James L
4i.Joreal h Mitchell, Mulon M, Jr.
I R Tllton. Raiinom RTllton Mixson Lola
Munch Sara a Chason, Joseph W. Harilson W. A F I Reeves Bonnie R Wilson Jean Rae
'FlIt wf Munch C Norris Chison, Dewey D. I Hartman Mary M. Mithis Pd 11Moigan Ulleh Mrs Joe Wilson Hcibprl J
: Eln H W. I
OOf Vincent Loretto C. Hailman J N Teddlsh! Mis
cUt Malcher Clarence Cleveland Phoebe B. R WHolleian A L. Webb Harry C
E Vaught. Clara Capen Frederick H. Mary B. Mpgtett, Marguerite\ I F-tddlsh, A. L. Wall Frank
call OrJoin" l MclsonVllliim D I VauMU William H. Cox W. AChason Hanlson Vclma Moment, El\belt F I:Icou. Earl DRotbury Wall, Nellie V.
L'by, Matcher Mis; Lillian \\ottlnm V. V.. MlnowlecW ; -. Vernon Hall C. AHicks Milton, Julia, I J. LPosbury Woithnm I{. l".
Fijap'',. ORoshe ra, A Martin William T. \\' Charles Cleveland Mrs. F T. Sarah C. Myers Mrs Emma H I : H. A I Wall, R. L. Ji.
> Blancheel Martin Belle K. \\lnowlechl Mary Cossaboom Herbert S. Humphries W. R. MeRRett! \ Preston M ': l If Icon. Ernest IRlcou ,. Wall Frances
F Roshy; Adolph; l Mlchaelson John S. \\lno\Uechl Joseph B. C Callahan R. L. Hicks John E Miller William C. I Margaret C. 'You lilt. Herbeit,
'Alb c F. Michaelson, Dorothy \\oitham Jessie E. Callahan Mrs. R. L, Hudson Beatrice Myers R C. Keddelin Herman EReddelln Yount Mrs Hnbcrt,
'coon' Ru,ph Martin. B. D \\lntors Harvey Calne Florence 1 Hudson, D. SHall Manson hob I. Minnie M Young: lloralio, n
tutf :s O' ige F Murphy William F. Ward Percy E. Curry W.Culpl'pper.. Fred L. Mixson: : ; B I i UIw'II M II. I Yohey: : Kenneth 11 r
lirds'OF. F Ircka H. Murphy Naomi \\oiilnm Exelyn H. C. Hall Ruth M Musey J. M C I ttowill Mis M H( Young Puil A.
Teshart a Maeder, W R \\lley Mrs R. F Culpeppcr Lena I Hall, R A. Massey:: ;, Mis. J M f:I. )Kulus.!. Mdinio E. Yoiine: Mlldiid 1'.
[ W''' H. C. I\Ucldleton. LonancMiddleton \\IIey. Russel F. Chason, Mrs. D Hill. Nulls Mennfnfei Vlttinii,, j Kuliih& H II. Younflt All red It.
tart ? William F Wilkinson George( S. I Clements, Mrs. Joe 1 Huff A. H i Miller, Joseph ; Svikas| LSvihkas Young. Lotlif
'Felt WI' ,m E, Jr. l Mackey. Edward Wilkinson. Mae Kersey ; Clements L. C. Handy, Irwin A. Moore. RossleMxsculine I Ellen::
drtcks; r William L ;Miller Lyle B. Walton Cleora I Clemants, Mrs L. CChason Humphiies lairs W. U Mrs J. A. Smtlh Mrs t'. Van
2. A. Spp. vlillei, Valorle Walton, R. OW : Mrs Bcitha I Hill Lula I-!. Masculine, J. A hmith 1". Van ..til,111, IICMINt: ; "I'I' "'O. :J I
Mn'ericks 1S, Magog J. F. Intel's, Fred F. Cabre Gus ACiegler Hill Lewis L. Morgan O T I Pmltli Mary EKthioeclcr Aspinwali Helen
; e, Cheney I HunchVilliaii H. \aici. Lillian E. EvaJyn Atkins Hurcll, Mrs. R E Murphy Bertha Lee C.. Jr. Adams Comella Ii.Atwood. I
'dericks: e, Bulah lunch Mrs. VH.. I \\eller: Stephen Claik Jennie Hill James Mixon. Cleo Smith Btckie Geoige, L
''diricks' Y'lagos. Mrs. J. F. White, William L. I Miller. laId'sV.. : : .(
e s N I Cleveland Mrs Marie Hall. James HHolden C. Smith L afomlth i Arnold H I
''derirks' ( Willard :Martin. John WMispel I Weller lairs. Mai'ion Chase Newton F. L L. MegGett. Mis Mibil: Mrs. E J.. Jr. Anthony J. C. fcr
1011, B e' Ann Mis.. Laura I Whitney:J BessieWidnalf Chase Mrs. N. F : Holrten Mrs. L L. Matousek Mrs otto J. Smith Josephine F I Anthony Mis J. C.
laIty W R Mlspel PaulIlurdock. I Elsie Me A. 'I Coleman Fern ECialg Hall I Thelma Matousek Otto J. Smith Mark B. Atwood. Celia M I
11. Job'Pr. J. F. F Wler John BWler Virginia Hampton Leroy Murphy Henry Stalfoid F. A. Arbeau. L H.
..eII, \ vlin dock. Fern AMcElfresl I Rose Mary Carver J. E. Hamilton. Willie Maxcey Lewis Schroeder B. JRpicer I Albiach Ida D. .
la3yIFe' ""ara EMi L. D I Whittecar Edgar OWhittecar Callahan, R C. I Horton, Dasly F. Moll A. W.Murl'aY. Roger OSplcer Andeison William
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key, s L O >4cAllster, George I Waid Edward J. I (hold. Angela Hopkins Mrs. Osle Michel Vliglnia! Emily Ausburn Mrs. J. A.
'her'her Car, T McCrea, Mary Jane I Ward Maile R. Clark R E. i Hopkins, MadelineHolley Menltt R R. SjjpnceV. G F Ausburn Kate
Thyra ..!IcCiea E. OMcCauley i I Woods. Thomas I IWllllnms. Clonts A. RClonts : I W H Men'lit. Mis R R. Spence!; Mildred Ausbuin, A EAusbuin I
FFdSen piands Theta I Alvin D. Grace I Heal Albert E Menltt. W L. Sehwaizel Harold J. Agnes
CIr Herman H !cCoimlck, Margaret S. I I Wright., RobeitW I Casey Thomas H Himllton Oia Dell Menitt. Genevieve Sehwaizel. Mrs. H. J. Amland Mis Maile
fineran Emma R. McCoimltk, Howard E I 'light. Edward B. i I Chase Arthur I Hall Mrs. C. L. Maloney Magclalena Smith Hiram J. Arnold. Mrs Helen
Loietta H. .McCauley H. 3. W\nne Charles Ji I lark Tom Harpei', R.H'mmlnghouse. Mothershed Rlchnid, Smith Ann Martha Adamson, Mrs. David I
Ian, Frank McLarty J. Ia!. i Ward Robert S. Carvei. Ethel Heal. I Irt.w Motheished Mrs. R. D Staifoid Mis Billy F. Adamson. David L. ':
Ip, BerFt. nice McConnell, Albert R. I,I Waid Pnul>neWaid Cole Clyde C, John, H. Mulhaupt Agnes K Smith Betsy Alelildge. W. G ,
MelFOfldpZ ivill McLaity Mis J. MMo Mis\: Robert. Jr.White Cole Mrs. Clyde C Hrmmlnuhonse,, Alice Martin. David Schroeder. Mrs. B J. Aldrldge. Mrs. W. a (
Mrs A. B. *field. A L. Arthur J. Cabre Margaret V }Holms, Minnie Lee Martin. Helen Brooks Khelton Geoiec Anderson Dorothy
In, Mt''I A. E Nuner Mrs. R S. White Mabel D. Cable. Bea Holms, William Middleton Acne Belle Settles, A. E. Anderson Dalton
B Ph ilip s. Vuner R. S. Ward, Mrs. B, W.Ward. I Carver Ernest GChason Hearn Dewey Mathers A. L. fachioeter J. H Albert L L. F
0. Janlel w. Nlrschl, Paul FXightingale : B. W. I II I Mrs. Vernon Hlnson B. A. McCiary: nseIf A. Slater, J. S. Blakeslce Charles L>.
4. Fr rank 1 Harry .e; ,I I Wilson. George i Carrtel Charles A. Hlnson Mrs. B. A. Sutton, Carl Blakeslec Mis R o. .
& yherlne Vodine, Ethel \\ilaon Frances Can lei. Mary Thompson Hinson. Mrs. J. OHunslnRcr McPherson A. Boyne Shorter, Allan Blakeslee J p
hon, S. Vodlne. Justus C. Woods R W Cartel', Annie Bell I Mis Maude E. McCoid. Mary R Sullivan W L. Blakeslte Zola C.
1011 C laraucy Nels Nora I Woods Mrs. R W. Csongcdl, Frank Hollo. Steve AfcLendon Myrtle Splcer George Blakeslce Robert J.
11011, L Nels Edward Wlei Charles A. Csongedl Dorothy E Hollo KatherIne Kloo McPherson. Isabelle L. Swanson. A Blakeslce Jeannette 13. F
4. udreyIn Olds, Anson J. Wright Genevieve Clark, Mrs L A. i F Hoffman J. F McCord F E Stokes H B. Bentel Alice a
11. D .1 O'Brlen. Miss Jane I Whittaker R Davies I Cabip. Henry; I Hoffman Bertha Mclean. Jessie Smith L. R Bessey Susan C
1, Pltchford J. J., Jr. Wacha Frank A. I Cable, Mrs. Henry : Hallbaik. Louis McHardy R E. J Ji'. Smith Arrle Baldwin Bertha M
05, bur Palmer, W. A. Wright James Harvey Carr, J. MChontedl Rollback Daisy McHaidy Earl I Spleei, Harold S. Bentel Kail H.
SMdl '-, Wilbur Pitcliford, R M Young. Byron T. Julius Harper MarIon MeHardy R. A Splcer. Helen L. Bycis Mrs. L. M F
arold Palmer Louise Colbult blolnerCllrist.opher I Ham. Ruth McCai'thy. Bessie LeeMcCarthy Sutton Frank Bentel Arthur C

ldOFfl, Julius Pierce. W. Z. I Stunt I'KHINCT: NO 2 Charles A. H11 per. Albeita George WMcClaikey i fcullas W. A. Bozone J. J 'b,
dYPar. Edward J. Pendarvls Lena I Ahlqulfct Joe TAhlqulst I Chason James V. I Hoffman John E. Thomas OMcClaskey Sutton Dave Bozone Mrs. J. t'.
501, 1 Walter w Pitchford. Thomas I EWe N. .' Conger J W. Irwin. Roman J. Mrs. Thomas O Stokes Elizabeth S. Buddlngton( Julia H. ,, 'I
051, i Mildred\ A. Patterson. Marjorie I Arbogast. c. B. Cox Damon, sr Irwin Virginia C. McVey, Maurice E Stokes John W. Buddington William
lay, J[hn Stokes Pitchford. Allan I Arbogast, Eva D. I I Cox: Bertha I Johnson Mrs. H. F. McVey Mrs. Helen Smith Harrison Boggess Charles L. CV,
Rudolph F. A. Pltchford T. J.. srParilsh I Anderson Alma Cleveland Joule T : Jamison, J. A. McClure Wilson Smith E W Botgess Mabel
fldeni0 g, Edward S. E. I Anthony, J. C., Jr. Constance, Phllly E I Jamison, Mrs. J. A McClure Mis Wilson Smith, Mrs. E W. Bentel: Fred I
lible Isabella J. Pltchford H I Anthony. Mrs. J. C.. Jr. Constance Mrs Joe Jones Louise H. McCullum Jennie J. Smith Madeline Van Brock J E.
tYear. Mary Parkhurst, A. P'I I Andrews W. J., Jr Dunscombe, CDunscombp i Jones Harry H McCullough Maude MMcCullough 'Smith, Walter Van Boggess Flossie t
Ilbie Louis J. Priore, Ann I Andrews Mrs W. J Janet K. Jones Martha S. R.. B Button Joe Bales May
idbleJ, c Pirtle, E K. I Ashley, Edna I Douglas A. F. I Johnson, Phil ford Neal L. W. fcallas. Mis W A. Berry, J. W. .
''don, James R. Pirtle, Lillian I Armstrong. Donald Dlrr, Charles F. Jackson, Charles H Noe William Smith, Mrs. Emit Berry Mrs. J. W. ,. I
'don Marie P. Pirtle, Max F Atwood Horace Dugan Lcttle C.Dugan I Jackson. Mrs. Charles H. Nunez Jesus Standboe Christian A. Baker, J. F. t rt.
.dWlSb Fred FrancIs plitle, Mrs. I. F. I Anderson Dalton : H.DunsConlbe. James lima M. Nord, Viola Smith, Betty L. Baker, Mrs. J. j'. ,
*15 Her bert 0. Price, Henry IF F Allan Tom John A. I Johnson. C. F. Nord SvenNewman Smith Mrs. J. W.S.I'lel' Butterfleld John J. I "
Ant, i i"dne froward's.obert Peckells, Edward I Alford. Frank Dlas Cynthia Jones, Bertha IdaOughterson Clarence Buddington; Maude U. '
R B.aWrence. Peckells Edna Ashley Emma T. Dehon, Theodore James, Robert R. T. T. Sawyer. William Brown Frank
L t Paaske, O JPaaske F Ashley R. O Dehon Julia Johnson, J. W. Ou hterson. Sara Scott John, E Braddock J. D
rifler 10, S. Eleanor I Arbogast. L. A. Dehon, Helen M. Johnson, Mrs. J W Ordway, J. W Snyder Mrs. Elizabeth W. Bronson, Edward A. "
Virginia PflueRer! George JPltchford I Arbogast L A Dehon, Alice F. Jamison John H Ordway, Mrs. J W. Snydei H. L Brooks John A.
25, v, t.. HjOUlj Joseph J., Jr. I Arnold. Mrs.rsW. H Dehon. A. M. Johnston Minnie Outlaw, Frankie A. Snyder Mary L. Bozone, 0. ABates .
lpo : J Quinn, Harper I Arbeau Mrs. Howard DeBerry D O Johnston, Earl D Outlaw, John C. Schaefer, Mary P. Frederick C. I -
eon Diehard' QuInn, Emogene Averltt Mrs. Clarence Dehon, betty K Johnson. Alarm B. Orman, Hazel Scott F A. Bragman Mrs. Silvia
rbrech t P. Quinn. Albert, Jr. I Averltt, Mrs C. E. Dare Earl J. Johnson Edith ONeal, Ann Scott Juliet I Bass Rheda 7.
icr, ToM inSophIa ., Robertson, R S. ,I Arnold W H. Dare, Mrs Earl Judson< Robert O O'Neal, M G fateelman, Grace W. Bishop, Viola M. I -' f
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i PI& LIGHT I 11 .J IflE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin Count,, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. SI, 1916iiiiitiiiiiimiiiiMiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiii '

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\ ; lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilltllllllMIIIIIII i MORE ABOUTLcgislatore 41. P U Co Hecllon ".U. LEGAL "
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I I I ltsil'tn', ..Id nrllflialc. .h.1 b.si.'eto'd ,.. PROCLAMATION CAI LING 146 at lit. "SI; :sl' ,; II IISO
DIRECTORY law >r.. erlv lot Hloek l.ol II. Hlork J5 ELECt ION s S
f aryodtc to l |> 1. I MUNICIPAL 1 ,, ,
I nil) IU. r. ,. ."i. d...rrllud 'therein "I be ...I4 to lit. Roil. 14. Hloik I Lol" 1. Block 881: IT IH HrHrllY I 111151 I I.AIM..I I by the fr.Crl'h\ :: I ,:;." f'';'

I : 1,1.Al, ,,,I h I .1 I III ..0'" I C' 1 f" ) I rinhr.t bldil.i, ., ( ('ourt Hu".. dual I.". 0. Illork I4l 5 1.1 I mid, lllh.k cIte ('"ttoia.io ls'S's'f ( of Bluart Ceotilp.nooss, ,. "
: .,,,. I .1 I f"..1 f,-I.II1l '/tl''. i I''c' ("C in the first Monday In .Ihe month nl 15 LoS I, Illoik I'' Lot IIHlock thai Ih.' 'nilmiii' and .iteneral .".. ,, iI

\ ., .,1"0'I ,0 I I'" I I v, "nl I -- FIRST BAPTIST ..n.M".H. l 1'40. whl.h I. Ihe IC.UNI 17 s Lot I. Illuck Lot II. lion of .the Clly ..f Smart' he. and theerne o'yI.okI'.MCIrrI I. :: '.,
.. 1'.1..1 1 I I' 315 Ahr.n A..... HMrMllMt; 140. Illurk 10. nnrl he held
S It S h s's.I lelv b\ treat- heiely i "h.1
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poltnt. a\'altna MAXWELL. I's.t.PI d thi. .1 1111111V 11111? day ol .1. I I
f" RK111 ,r 2 lh, I lISle Itsssd I'I 'SillN.rtio '
In No""h .s
[ I s 'I\i"\ [S I I '5(55.5.' 2% Ii the counties <>i'Tilit'.It. I The f.lo.In. Let and lob on T..d.y. loth I 1046reperl I
CR331FIOp l lfl : I': ..;":., : ,;,,.. nient, front six I ; :l0.. euoduy Ss'ho.I (l'I milt, ('.,,11.. le.I) ,.: : TARh. being a 5.11 of and 1 lue.day..Decimlur lenulnd, by I.A.I. theIKiTWie Ocl, "SI,
lioly 10 IS.
71 I
Omni a.it Its
worship ; ,
.frrO( i'Itt', ,, I Dis Ainold S Anderson ol 10,1 a m Mnrnlni 5.I I l'nM.IOY. i' n or Lot I Mile or lStn..t HUB tlly Commliiloner 'S
I ... ;(. I p M. T. U' (Ic'k, (1.I, "" i(:null' if I.Iln, ,. I fug 61. T. S. I" H. K 41., nf 'I..t a and member ofIhe
'I : H. 7 :10 p: ::. t.enlng Worsbln. .'"," ". I'l I Municipal Jiidm a LEGAL
Beach 8
I ,. 'R'i:; : : "(It's.,; ;Ol: Palm and Young- I A ..' l I. m.intelned In Ih. rtiureknnc. Hvt. DOHOTIIY I'll-HO; ; D C. lol., IK ansi SO I Hlork T'' LoIS t, ".,'k HomdIhe AbVEnsEME

i7IA'' ..' 1"55 .( 1;' ,l.rh, I, .f I of Miami replied that the Jor c.!. 01 children during 01.I 31 1 Not. '. 14. it. 11)41)) II. B unit 10, lll.Kk :II III"I..'t' 0.raao', h Hr.pI'ytlon.halI 1 NOTICE OF rO
I ':, '''" : ss \ : isI ; blo I tns..ers'Uyo.. The fol..II"' Lou' and Bleth. In bi l'l ynfKlUsr I lt.- FICTITIOUS RI II

'I. Wdornd.y- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .. of ,mrt "' 1.11
(;.01 ; II 1.0
s'tuatlon: being complicated .
$ I S! s\| ; o.r."I 1".0" Iis'ttsV ,.. was i Mi Id-wh pr.r. ..,Tie.. 2 MI).. 01 lA. S.I.nt .. I"/? I.I. I "TltOlLAIMH> thIs BIrd day of OoInbir. NOTI'I I. HEllHi ,. .
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I I I 5.' "llh V.IM. III,,'kl > "'.5', now sons with the NOTICE OF APPI.ICATION' FOR TAXitiflreli I.... 41. l I' ) L'o., R K. 41l, A.II.I llml ." undo .V'*
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT l .ir.adi ,, lisa.s5'snso'o' bcRua FIRST BAPTIST DEEl I I J. ,I. (''|'KAN, I'hs.Iris" 20.8r.', 1.tf "

i.nil tloiuitati.:; : I : it.ts, ''..' disease are Infecting otheis Extensions I Ho.a 8,1, IUNIT.K loots 87. 41 and 41, Ulork 4Lut .' A. '.yor..mml.lnn.r. 141 wilt ,.I 'I-:
t tiiiimnmmiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiATLNTIC i S; : : ;: FLDr.H C. H. BAKER. Pi.lof 1M 1..I.IY IlnN. lht'tI 0. .,,I.ISO. I ATTEKI. I I.. H. rUltir Cs, Ilit.

I OAIl' III' 55' lost,ss.i., ,,, S,..; effected later, 5ut .*" I 1'1..I. C .. .. f.l.I A. <'Hx Auillt.r nnd ('l.rk. (:S.'isOSe' .'11".I''O
--- --- -- -- d cal b I ;I" .. m., Fundey Bchnol I ..,., hH> Pled mid, es'i.ts'aii 7. 14. 21. HieLI ,
:, 211(115( ,I' "si'. .5 said .8 I.... R. It. nnd I ". liok 0.1, 24. 31 N.t' "if ."li..I.", f I '5'Il
they .uo Mirtstilwisr.h5p. f"r a .lax lo leaned there I .. I
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,- 5 ,, Ml. The financing Includes T'IO I'. m. Y"u"1'1'. mrottti.N .5,. lhr leillfiinli' numbir and year ol !OIU1 I'orl Sal.rO.attsi GAL ADVERTISEMENT ; A I' r.. .
piugrani Hr
: : I'. m. E\ I I.. ,... the .! ..rll lloll Ihe >rnpeil of l --- IAL.ltNn 55011151
1\,1\ : : \? < : : ; I Oi, ( c. < > of | l of Lola Ifl .nil 17. Mil, ,', '' HunLon -'- ---- -- .5", "hl'h I IJ
w..I .5'Si
f which II
mulshed h In
and t nnnie.
,., \ I I-. 5' '5' I S, ,S (S'Ssj5's tqulplelalready W.d..d.y-. Mid.week p.yr m.thr" are a. follow.i iCirtlfttme 0is'tlc5i, I'II II. l'tgs' II, I' I IN THE COUNTY JUHCES COURT OF I.l., S... on, .l's"", I
at 8 811 H K. 41I.ot I
from hospitals 'I T.
.. .. army No. \t's.'tt, t l.iuanc. ( SlATE OFNOIK'E' .tod II ,1 ,
I is 55(5,0' 5 Ssssl MARTIN
....t1 f -- m : :,:. : ; ,; ::::.il. ( : :;: Marlannu and Drew Field worth 'I THE CHURCH OF COD JIIIM, I I. 14. L.tl 2. "'"lsIill lao I I"C. hI "5.\.. 'tI'II
''f' 1.1 Port Srw.It In'. of 1'iiu.KMly bAIt IIIlluik Cuwe'lm'nl 01'IXTEMION TO MAKE
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f 55,5,55 J 2. I'h" 81500000 expected fedll'al! appropriations R... W. Is Bco.oi P..o Id Aimnilid, I'lat nf faint lo.lun I. I. APPLICATION FINAL DISCHARGE OrO

m m a "1'f'f 5 J'.h" .1.,1."h, I Church School la A. MMnrnlng In I'll 1. I'aite I feeolloni HYMI'IA 'I FOi. t '> M t. I II
itrl U I'.ll"' I over a five'earpu'riod I Worahln,. I a clock N 17-lx, 'r. 5. se H h. 4.? 1568. Hloik 5-. (' 8 .." InI IN .U'C 11. : 1 ADVEKTIStSiJ; 11

m r 'lists ItS. I S I 's's's' 5 of $1500000 sale of re- h.inil.y Nillhl 1,50, ill thit'it ..o's., Ansir F. Hi>HIDILAT M'MHHl; Ilimill. l I'r,'CH."d I IPI -- 15'
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: {Jir ; I J11tf I., '. I Irld.y Night, 1 ,10 Mirrtlrfutility I ISO If I'll no 17. !I' II to. I. I ( "? OT ***
I ""' ".I..s I d.' ss.i I YI'I. ) *1.1. WlldM II MAY CONCtlINtN.llee ; 'r *
1 0. 0 \enne toitlfhates worth $1000- A II ..1,1 lOll. 11cc In the K. 42 .h ,r' ".
', ,.",',', ,\ '''' > ,.." I ST. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC .r of Muitl'n' trii. It HU" 0 of rlorlilnnhiill li h..n.by itlvin. Ihnt, I h voflhd 'She RIot,. of 1 1Hi I" I "I "

; ". 100. and appioprlatlon by the followlnir' I lIsts d IlloikIn, my Unnl KII" 'rl' an rxwMitrlx uflh It Kl .
._ _. .u S 7 Clrv.l.nd o.n. ljtt,'aiss'h ytrllfis'str b. po.lb Th I. : ; ile,4.idIhnl : "" Ii
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,. HAII-HMI I l.rino H 15.1) of i 1.01 < r-tHt, iflonl. I 1' t'hn''h. : Herretnrythe 'I ,IIhypebe t
J rAHV, rMtorMn s'mrti low thy rimr'
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I.' Jatnre
::2147 statt J < of 2500. "dll" .
FOR SALE ( I v.rI P''I..y I I I.t.t II Milt; I hut' fill'I m> for rlnnlHI. "
e. ,; bund.y 8, 5 end II d.'arr l.eil In ,u'h rtlfinle. will H ind laB 10 Clinln. of 1'.II1n 'os'.,."
COIKTAPARTMrNTS 10 ACRES IN M'O. 'o Ih,' hlghfil hlddir nl the h.... in H union (.nl. T. 8. 8' II I 40s i ., hoc" md I hni, I ., ,.Iy to IheHonor.l.le .S.1 ,, 'O
I I'k nav. mill, .. m. .1. on thy fio'S, Monrlny rour, ol Arlhu. II. (InnlK. County "I b.. held ", 15. '0

I ST. LUCIE INLET FARMS l-ihl.y of fich mart h 7 ,lit urn. I.....mitts. 140. .hlch Ii 'h Ind doe ofIlo's'cmi.t'c. L.t t. lit mid 16 lllock 211. Lou Jiidg, ,' if Mmlln, ('u''t.'' I liMliln, on 'lit,' 1",10.. "", f. .., ::5

MUII1E .IIOt' ..... $', 'hodul.1 bt.nd.yu l I 3 7. Block 101 of Nuv-nibiM' lOll, for tho I ., s '.
\ STUART FLORIDA I Adjoining Edward Mapp'Grove. } i s.d i .. .m. IThtrd 'hl! 51.1 t .I'.i' s.f Oylols.r. lu6.I nld ipprotal I of the ."mi- and fur flnnl I ill.- l Is s \ .

WHEN AVAILABLEFrn.hd. accept reasonable I I W"'k dl.,. II 10 .. mnfeseinm '('1" ,ul C"lts't 1,1'.J., I' Lot II Item pon.ll' KIMtniVISIONOK ,' ,. ,. ni rxeculin,, of lha .;.".. ofLull. ..j''fTt'1; ; \

C"v'.I: H.u..k..ln, I Wi Stuart Post Office ., Katurdnx Iu I 0 I p. I. and R. l'iMEIIOY. MJl'lllFAST UAII..14. Becllon I'. Chunh due,'''''. for lit.itd. ,1 IUI
I I'': ; \ "rI,," > 10 ii m' l'Ik "I. t'lris,, U:..,,,s I "f M.rtin I u.'Y.1.'lord. I 10 'r. I I K K. l.lnit 5 Thi. Urd day of Sepl.mlHr A. l I' It46 I-or K rtos, .5
I i : inn / at Jupiter I.:a id Club 7 end I I .,. .. RAII.Y U. ("I'I'H. "Tj h
W. T. FACET I Robert E. McDonoughI 1('ini/niii/ / "fi,tu |"0gf One) a. liyi T. M. (T.INN P. CH A. Kxrciitrlx" of the CollIe; Phunh (o".lun.1", .. In th. l'I I... ,

I Idaho 0.. II. ).\ 7. 21. IK! I lol. 78 ,,sst 75 lll.Lr: DIA"()XI (' dninnid Loul Ihe I nlted' sti, .. ST

-. -------- i'w' us i 'S,i" I tho model nized hotel I ISO w.t Third Stra.t I 1-u-LEGAL 'NT- I ,II nrre. of Mof Cit Becllon 27r At"n.y OUGln.110N.. .. Com., I of lit, Sti"For I k I

l I Mary. S. 8K. k. 4i.
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I Klc'hlng's I nrn. M n:N TO v. MA, Rector 1 POlICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Ihe Mali. f 1.t 1 11 ..i
Horn England they built oiverfront I ,HI 2.25. '. DEED Truit. 4". 4 nnd 61 lomprl.lng 80u.ii. -AL-ADViR ; F.r SlalFeiiHl 0
LOW SUMMER RATES miiiiimmuiiimiimiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiMil :11 i S '111, A M: ('h"ehC"Kihuol H"".. Bill, No' 1662I I '.. PAII CITY {AliMH. KwtlonI" ,,rla' .I),. S
I home--which ,. I Mllll; IM UrRrH) (IVrN: thnl T. B b H.I 'f
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I '" I. ., I, Mande.-on' Flngler ave men ..-.( Bundny In I Month I l.t HIV' H U..IIII.h. holder of Ihif.ll. NOTICE ONIRrpre.enlatl.. M ,
1 'I. ..,nu, ., i.1 filed ..tsl lerllilind 5.ft,5. 5. I hull: II feel of Roulh ShOt of Huulh 5(111(15; IX HMIKHV GIVEN (h.( thu I
Still In Effect r. ", "I.. h, ," bi.si flagler I.ly l'ommlll.n.A fr to IHI ..,., Ih.n gunner. of Nutlhen.l Q..1o, Stitolhy ( siscept h" ,
ness building facing 1 ,
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o" id ( ei"l"ld. 'm
l"mb. I. tho follow.
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,,. ', ",f, P" ."I 1.1, ,.. The post office remained there i' Weveland SAINTS I ..f i I.. T,,,,,. .rll..., ,,. tot .I ..h."op', i ,, II. E. 8 ..m I.eln.lei,*. In. : II.tl..TWO". M.u .
_. .. ..II b. returned In Not ember I s I, 55 tstlhrtl, Sn. In "hlb I "H' "l Ton half liurk, 111' to 160" 1
Cool and ComfortabU -- -- u-itll 1613 when Kitching re- ..') ,( 50.'dt.'s.ofolisiasC I : 'f,.,.( 4. 8 anti o. .Id. lo.ro nf I'si'I
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S I Ii. tiled from because of his 1'80.. Holy Communion' "iel'0. Slosh 13 l'f. whirl.. S to x .0. _.1,1, lire. nil tor ONr MiMoxiultii
?ssois. s A'rvice 0. 1 uf Vt 80 ( hon. .
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On the Al.t.oc
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I 11,12 rn. Church S ,.f I's'.t." erty Iliitln U' I. .,, or I. '. II .nd a,n "uul I ousili sysni.r I Ill. i ',
age.E. I,,00 .. -Hr.l, Keconil ud Fourth "..1.11..1." ,sf Norlhia.t I'ccsty.f I .f n. I I, ,1 .1 Ii.ott..,, ,'. 2I n I I. Unrw.iud liol.l mill pin I form buoy 1 Teitlmon W h

VICTORY HOTEL I ': J Ricou became postmaster St ., 5.1, lo.'h. fc.rmon and holy" Sc.(,,,,, ron W... 10U.I f,... S.tssih I S T I.. M. 3.3 H. F '40..1 ...omprl.lHIlARl'l'f'loTvrY II (5.. 'lots or II. muni I. .... In.b. eet m> haiKial 'h

--- In October of that and Comnull"n.I t I 1.5 r,.,., I.,. I'oitt If liyyttiss.c"to : .1 .. ihn.sl.. fob l.u.r. Morld.". I of Ihi sthai.ei ., ,.
I I ; ''' year IOU feel, ..t IsIS f.'t. CUM IOOYONISI1O. l'f'.isot't I H half .., lo 180 Ihe I r..5 i iof "' I,
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Phone 9155 tf i l ,,555 I tI l it, 1 (;( ,.10 I rt;si.I.i kt. i il ;. i loved the port office Into the I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S..h, lol'h, ",,,'i 1. total lo 55santth. MM1IIN IOUN1Y. whiel h..,.. "| ",1| ,..l. rha.il.. dual $o'tt'mI.'y. Al I
"," ., r, '" I I" R. W. G. Aidred,., P..or .1.011. H. tire. ,
.. N."h 'si.i' ",' S.tannah ItlO fielleiilnnlnu ,cult, Court' S .h'el. 1'. x 211 |"Iy .1 52' '
l i IH, k. .I....i). II.,.I h "i I II: new Fetoe building room now 1'.111, .r enmi,.ri.li, "ut'u \ .I I J 11. 1 jIMl'.lllS' ,,','I i,,1.I Hiixllm. 1s,1.?III,'. Alas, 1.. \

E iiiimiimimiiiimniiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiii, by the Ideal Sport I .'. 1.0. lu"d., .",'ho.l. 5'"1"'. 'C s's's''o', I...".vlu. ID. T.. IS.S I l'I.ili'C!,,.lit' if .Hid: t. :.mIly ,li, '5 l.ii.l 5 ."."., .'10. Al.,, (In,. I II I I.I. I. 1'." I'." .. b.
ircupled It'sbS, .. m. ,. Wo.hll', 'As I.r S IC. II. |UIlirH\ I 111.11(15.; I I' I'IWOTSCI (I., M.",,1 I II.io Kill I 4 xnr.l .I..,.1 I illinilot MHII", I 'IId5'

IIIlIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIUIIUIIIIIlIIHhI1IIIII11IFOR! t WANTED Shop tesasIdtoyh, cu.ro., wi .,',.. Now in .hleh .eu.d JOltN 1m.; IM. HI. Not. IO I.\ I ..5(1,I. "55:0 I. I..h., ,,s.yl. .b'lorii 1'1'1 r. I IS. 1 _
in I.ud:
luy f.r All of inld proiwrl' 1'ln. 1t.
SALE 111I11111111111111111111111111111 i J. H Pomeioy succeeded Rlcou 5 h"I'n, d.li .."h'" S C""II, II' .I, t.,1h., .. 10,5e uf ,ldH.I .t. I LEGAL NOTICE 1
I i, ,, '5 00 m. ptstt.ir, $.th' I'ck.is .. .
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in 1918. During i .h.1 -----
I I, NO\'llbll' hl Wor.hly sit--
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1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111H :Mu.l I I" .hh.I 1 lv ,,'"' "'' ,'. I.r.h .0' turn of office February, 1925. I J ''Cc rner.0 .mly i .e.rdl". .h" ,., "f,.'. will. 550'l'tsirds'.s'rilwl le' .oil 01 IICTIOI 1 lb. CistircIton' Pt Ttn lie AntredingIlpIIOoI l.: : n' :
vn. II II ,id IS 01 Ayi'l." VIII .11 65n I., : ,
WHEREAS. Tht of 1 7212! .
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I Mr I ? riI
't'i'' 1'' "" 1"" :
: \ :" 'rh' :;:: 1 I. ,,,. In,' hluhi.l bidder al Ihe eourl hou. ,',' isI..,,,ot 0'' ,h. 5tp' Flor da a.A.loplsd f
h ,. I 'S.. I AI" h .,,, ihe office again sought largeruaiteis FIRST PRESBYTERIANIn under (h. Conslltiltlon' 01! IrS). ol IhtConitmttlon :
.1. : : = : :
I 1 ss.o Ihe ft. In month' uf .,
"' ,,''h. ',I ,,, ,. '" oi'"., ''I' .55,5, ,"'s,". t0i'OiS, > 1't I IS the Wom.na Club Hominy la thi Bt.t. 0' Flo"d.. 4,2, plI 11 Rr.o'SiSeflu ., IS. III p0 al I Elccllon of No- n.t d ,',::
o ldl.1 dci' oftmlMr ,.
; and moved Into Uic I.n.b. .h'h 2d : PlOP otsolanlyn '. to tho \mb. 1044. 'od Amendmen' to PI. p. lIon of Counly Tat
"" '''e Rfv A Pa.torih
: ., : : ": ,: :, : ," ; ,S : j: C' Carriel. I II" IHIIlllid ''. I 01 tin Stall' ot Florida. and S ''d. fo' Iho Rn.Noobrclsg, 0' SentloosII ost.d In p.raga ph 1 ,t ,
h "j IIMlV.AS1I.I 1 I.o ; .1.1 ;
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reigned 81.1 1 .In. 141f Mil Connll.lution
: .f and 12 01 Article of th. and .hall hkvwlKt ,
I' ,, ""h, ., :,:,, ., : :: ;: Pomeroy 0.,0. laos to'e,4.ordtb. 4 neil 01 proi Idt fi i II
I' ," "O sosth sss. t.. I Irp :'iossl I lOssI I the following August : :S: irlmary. cl., at ..... Oe'iII 1'Irli Coo rI to..It Hire..fifths of all Iht members elected, of the State of florid. .. Adsytedst locllon cart' cuslody

( III t H'l( J. Il. i'IMEIIIIS.: I l> etch house! that thi votes on sad, tnt .,..'. EloclioIht In Nonmbr. bursrmrnt of all t.xri OC.h51
I''I' \I I t. 1.1 f ,., ,f,. ,,t.."II 1 I IJ. I ,crept the position of clerk '' ', m. Pa. nsotl 'tUIsit Nsis "'I 1.,1 ,. ('Sr"', iI <'.,.o t if Mnrlln to.11,11. Joint Il.ollts, wen entered upon :1.44. and (0 Amend 5ctlce II a.sd I Counly Tax Collector "
J...,. -"fl' I I'' ",' 1c 11.J i'-RPiR-m.' ." ;. I;- ,. 'I'i.; Wo.iscn: (ltd Ask. All.:" 1'1 lIt I IKlltulHY, IrKLb. Li. l their respective Journal. with the vestminei of .5 '15.10 VIII of .h. Cuot.btotlpn

,,, :: 1.I'' Wt(5k. he newly organized county e.. 31.I S' \ '. II I:, 22, IH40 I Mud IllS tisrr.ntt .nd thy dId' drt.t-' State' of Florida. ."d I. PIOyld. 'h.tIn
littli i..ne.. Ph... 5(55)( UNIOP4CONCREGATIONAL I I direct'that 01 }tiIl'.brosah. 51.1' Itl'lda HOUSE JOINT
i slatE and the aald Joint tho Counl RESOLUTION 116
J ;- :i d I :'iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiminimiiii; ::I I I I !; hlch office he still holds Pals Co, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOtICE .,ilullrms bl submitted, to sit. tleclori the Coun'y '1.. Aorniol shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Prom

,::. "" ,1. =' :.1 ,.u."d. C F. Wales was then appointed In'I::; I, $ I I.. I'ACKAHD .\1 -- -- -- of Ihe State at tht a.n.rl I election inNos.inb.r A.cI It.. Property of tin, County for Am.ndm.nl to Arllclt XVI, of Ihs
,, SERVICES OFFERED l'n I 'Iht Et.te. Counly, .million of iht St.
'. I K,'ml. I 4a m 'lay School. 1919 p""o. 01Yi' a of Fiona.
,". ,' .n 1,0' jut served only si weeks. I 11 ,no, WorehipPRESBVTERIAN MAK1IN "l'ln', rIOHIIIA NOW THEREFORE, IRA. GRAY. SIOIsIpaliioi., In the Co.;inly Adding ThtKto An Addlllonil SKIHo'iiw'ef'fteprr'irnl.'t'
I" ,, 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111I' UTOMrK IKKNOTIO I w" State? of lha Stall' of Floridado of HII.Sosogh, Encypl thc City of PI.n fo OhAppoInllsroi hi
On l 1925 C Loy took over 31 :;':bOf. ,. nlsIh Shall b.
'. I I Ii I COMMUNITY ; 1 HrHrUY (.5'\ .. TIIATI'lscss notice i Ih.l a diet FJo'd. Ee.mpt "
I ,IllMl. I"inV I III.r ( > GENERAL Oem ,h. l'reylloe. 01 Ih''. Am.tlmnol, el D
'0,1 ,. S ELECTION s
t IH 1 h CHURCHHob.
I I' ,
i"" olficr seivlng until M 5ti 21 I ( 1111".
S ; ,k. trunk shI I 'S..S.ISb( .-marl. t l-ii IV'.,1 I Ik s 5'. I. It. Sound c 1..n' .f .. '' 2lt1t. bt hold In....h In florid Tao.. (no led by the St.le. County If thi BudiFt, and lo Antnorlr. thi Latun
S '.I I. II K M., Cirmlek l I.s, 1 --_. .934: when Hartman was apHilnted REV r. C, 101NO P.itor I Loss.. .r "I.. 'hr (I. of 1.,1. T..d.y next ., ..oln.. Ihe f' County School Board School ClstrlcuSpecial > to Prascrlba I5 PoninDiitlea
''he I, ,. lo.'sibrd In ,, '
-- -- 101..1" I..d M..I Not Tax School Dlslrltl., and the Qualifications lun
--- i. In ember. D. anil tlBF
1 HA\F n fni I 10 >. m gunday fechool I .. sIt. ,ii ,. .rfrrs'd 'nnd. A 194a
istl5 .5 ,sOlc,5iItei, of the the
I 101 l II: -Ml II" ,'s, fr,nt I I..t.I'll t. M.t ,Is. .. "" p, I "ill I mm worthlp H. 1 sild T..do y being the 51 County except
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4 I.n" I loni. Ht l.,lbh ."." for (h. hlithent nn"I II FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER stIr of PI,,mt City FloOd. IT RESOLVED 52 fill LtO
S ,'hI. I,,,I., "I t1 Iu. h'. Ile'. 1... ; "u"s., 055 5 .\ 5., 5 I I. I __ I,, air I ..h l.ld nt Ihi North, door of (h, I I IS for the ratification or rejection ot th, Bf IT RESCMAfD) BY TII8 IFCIcLA. TURK OP THE STATE OF FLOR.Thst ,

SI' I 'Study "I.2'il4' I. l'no\-T\110H) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l SOCIETY OF '.h.I., In Slum I. rlurldn bttwni,,, I Ilb. ad, olnt( Re.oisien., prsSn5)i.5 Am."d. Tl'HE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAl, tut' following Am.ndmmt 11tlcli

:I' : .' i I :( : :. :' : 'I : ::: : I II i C..I STUART Fourth Street I ., hoi s,,. .f 11 ,..,"..1 A. M. mid 2 menu ta II. Constltulion ol tht Suit That the .., Amendment of XVI of th. Cons!!!.,' on tf thtof
: : i ; h: :' : ''r, \U III2Ci l .. .5 h.k I' M. "i. Ih. HCH I ItrNfllf of Florida' VIM Arliclt Mil of tin Constltullon of thi florid, by adding thrill. is
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I.Ii ,ts'u '? I '' 5S (i" 055 I ''I 1 I ... ..i.y NIlVrVIIrK Ihi' :,ss". p. Slat,. 01 Hit da rel.tlve la his, A..... llonal iFctlon to b. II tunnla
I S ss.sssss.. .1.1" .', ,"k .. ," ..1.I ,. '. \ I I Ili. Nancy Taylor. daughter of I I ..ssti's.i; : Iil'St'.lOit I' ,' .". 1.4.m:: rtt, f'tr ri.al| I menl ind Collection( of ill tixei In the S. and lb. aaeo. Iu h.rrhy agt.nd t.h.ll

'" s." S ,, ,. I n III litTRtfFS ishl.sr. ,' Ii isitsI SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6(J Ccunty 1>f HU l.bomu.l. SlaIn 01 Florida. b. tnbmlltcd to Ihs nI.ottr. nI
) Mis Jesse LIP and ttn '
Joe S Sut- OF CHRIST. SCIENCE ooc I. 5 s
I 7. II. ;:I I f. : CHURCHE ;11005 1,:,'t'o,, :11 ,; ni thr.t'ts'r J A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing by .- I ..dopI.d _._ta of Florid for IctIlIruilen. oJ.cllon '
-I.. le itnrkliiii' ,, knee r.'l"nkleii on, both ol Stiurt Were mar- I tn.II.A"TIMi ILII.IMIII" ,i ihi .1 .:.,. .sf Am.nd".n' It. h. Co..muton et( the Os 11. (5)( .,-.1 S Elsctlyn of .. *. (0 at Iht g.n.r.l I lire,lor Ill B.rataiKt.
.;, fine U> ;nigo Rials.a, I He Kluart lir 'e Corp If .I.J.I L ( In..I blale '.0. .. nllllel..I. Hula 01 Florida, to ArticleXC It peal Section II of Artie V111of ta bt b. tf ta Uii r.nat
i 5. ,",n, \1.if.uir,' I llali\la loiilili, U. i ; : I it r in Wivcioss. Oa October I .,III ,to i'iIsd In Chor'hrs.f \'h,,. .ld I'ltts' r" .n .10. Sertloni I and t. Toeof. Bol.ilng tnt Con.lilution, of Ins Stall. of Florid follow.i
." All "irk miiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiuiiiiiMiiiiiiNOTICES 1 I 1 4ltlu.. .h.houllhe, .u.ld un Mundl.1 f lit o.i, 5 I of L'lunly' mail. I Iruled In Ihe Consolidation. or Cre.Hnt ,. and by Amrndlrg Section I 01 SECTION M Tht LrgMstuM iki
55 ,I. .llk'.k'l.uh, ..B,.. isI', I' I hi.00.M xif .. .o They spent their honeymoon I."mh., I. I nut.1,1, ,' of .xl.llnu, ur formirlIniorpoial > I Its of Cerl.ln, County Offices. and in* Article( Mil of the Conitltutlon tht law pro*'Id. for a Dlrrrtor .f th. B

,."..,.S .. S. s sI) .s.22S I t'lime 1 and visited his sister Mrs.A. I Th. ..10.", rut I I. Th.. lord i I. ,'.1 nl.lln.llll.i .. anil Hfl> A. ..mere and 101..lon PB ISInlraI,, Slate of orlda. .nldoliida" I.th.. General too, shall beibmltltd aptoly' Il l'i
,5 "'.' ',1.l li dp, '.' tuuIiiiIiiitiiiiitiuIIlIiittiIlillItlIUtI'Itt'' 5 k".ol ly juiJitrainitilhl "h"h 11c.ino. (Mil foci on such .5l.olthe'lI.t line ,.. b, County OUel.,.. In Or.s.. Elec .on In \cmber, of 1944 10 rntstlstlct cit Oh. S,n.tols It .lit:'
"IS'"IS.. H $ M..b' )nIt. 1 M. Gulls On their return to "' Ihi. wtikrd I.n I. ."ared In t hs' I ol Slate '. In.lde' of munlilpalitle., I Con'". Flo.d., arid Ccl' R.,. 5. tO make It read Section 13 of Article'
'. : ; '. ,: ":; 13eh I lIST RBlrlM-D; ; ", ihlim, i..1, 5 f h, ,,'. 1 .rk of hli own h.nil.. (li'ioi. 5,161., .,etdoio El.eiion.' fer AIoepInp. 0' H.. VI ot the CClly .on.'n' It .tia SI.'a' 01 .i.irnl Wllh olh.r pro. 5,5-p. p1 bIt
"" 1 5..55. Ilkhw I .J. it I II nm tiee llnhl. n,".1 I Hol l,.. Sir, I Ih.o, "ioiida Mr and Mrs Sutton Among the iltallon.Ih "hl.h ,'.m.I., The follow hg .fIH..t. In CALM (.'.111l j..lon of .n, Law 0' Lao. Eoaeted by .. td I Oct51)sic tit. CI, 01 PI.nt ,Iltut5ttn, p purr ha hlc 1 1HOt' )0lf1 atl Iproyld.
:"' whil. thtt lilt", S. ,.'h't-I, her '.." i. the f.m FARMI. I.n'iI the LecbO.turt' of the Stall 01 Florida from laid Am.ndm.nli, ; .nd Oh.1lS1a the nil 0.5"snat'n. and
: -- ---- Menrk ,, \isiled aunt in St Augustine .. folu.ln. a, Provided la laid, Amtnd- 1. acreediiibniltled I.502.5.II Si of ntl5),, Iha Inaih itS ,SIph .5.
I h",... ru.I.h.d II I litrtlii' nOi l irl S 1'0"I S he Uitilel. "C. away fr.m .1 your Tre ill Million ill fS' :I" H rmprlHlng Proposed h..by
"IJ >1..0 I hid. ,Vim Lewis Miller .i S : : to the Hector, cf II. Stateof wholly wIlIsin thn dlayr.tlor 01 hI
5.f." hUl" ".,I5.?'. 3 ,oum.. t. They ure now 'swn crc. ).'nwki'Tuuynew"hciirtr"iinU 40 ,' 10 mm 'Es't..I 1 I. IIid I .IIC' IT REeOLVFD BY THE Florida for R.tlfirallon or Rejectionat 1,1 alorlat,I ahall tot 15, "S."l StUna

I .J.I.S, .1.I ro I.r.k,' S All In > : .; making then home in Stuart.iJL'I3i.ItsE 1""",'d.| .no Al Hcilioii J.1 'I J .1K. h III or THE STATE OF L1nI8L.TIRE lIt. General I Llection, to b. he.d on 5, ArtIcS. XVI .1 tk '7e5IUlO'OMMIrTEO
". S.., l I-. J ksss., Jeff,,2fl I ;l Jl-P'iRi r. MsS I ,n u> I' I", I h." I" 1.le..ur. i" I ,'uml.I.I"K 30 F'a ', :31, P. tint
I tl. amendment Mondayin
1" .. II following to ( t.t Her :
S h..I. I s \ I 0.555 ih ,limnl.r.l of him Ihat dlilhIrseklil ..,lh th 55 anil oil Kiilion, h. :I"K to TI..d. t.
54 '
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thSIS I Is .sssj -
t Constitution of Florid. bt .
'I: ; :. ;: : I Ai. |'sit Plir'. I'h.", I"Is,;. Mr. I (, ,di' 5, h..fo to', i'cur."lni. 15.: III. iinilnl.lnii *.0 11're.5 I .. ta known 5 iNoxemner iv ti; 1nl'stTrrtT
I." I. tt .1. II ft .sldII I 'r" Articlt XX. Socllont I and I, thereofrelating SECTION 12 1 From .nil after Jinuanr !
., ,.. 1" (, ; 1 un! .MtsLNTLbviirti .",.1 I 56)5' ; ,. ,,3 il 1 l and, lit, Kutlon I in, 'r. K I III ,
nlm.\ 1.,3 7. .
I. 'h 11" 'n 1"'' 5 Hnd 1 ,, ::4\.Io.: :: to the (on.old".nn. tbolioilng I I. bIt. the County T.A..nr ofHllUboroueh B JOINT HESOIUTION SO
--- 1 h U ''won iseluis'i thU 40 Ira.1 1 .
U' is s I'. :M t. ntin.Y .. ; iimirl.lliK l'tc'' : and creating of ( ollIre.apI County" 55lPt55l A JOINT RESOLUTION PeeptItI l
I I"I.wl." i I'.H..e "fium Ihi \hI.. 12 I'r",", T S. (in K. fc 40 nmVbilliB Ior.w..m.ntaodo011.01etnlmottelpl property for all State, County 8hol Amendment of Section ta el Ann.of .'
ISIIUMZNT Deadline lor the submission ( .bol. 0,4.". and I I lit" I'h.l 'toO .'f 1'root ( tax. by County tax officers. In .nd M inlc'pal Tan.. to bt Itvled In tht Constitution ef'thc Slit, tfId.

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMnillllllllMMIIMIIIIIIIILarge $ Filed Fa..nd) Al 01 absentee In the 0 llh ".. i'rii'l'r"a". by Murrain. T I,,,tr' i loll to ICO i Inrlu.U.if : I Orjnte COOKS, Florida and providing fl.b, ,.
balol BHkir : 5 I. ? 1,500.1. tI for referendum election for acceptance County School School BY THE LIT'
:0,1 ,
uniiiurdi.l i lat Iract B2 eomnrl. |I COU"I. S.ad. IT RESOLV
New Selection COUNTY COUII HOUtL omini genet nl election I falrV, "" ... mui.1 |.ay fully andf.rlhlim IIIK III '.: 1,1,4 that part .if I met or rejection, of any law oe law* enactedtherejn S I1."kU." 5p.ca1 1 Tao School DI.II. and TURK OF THE STATE CF FLORr
I fOfth.1 lIt.t'..cs.s( untIl nil aril It- In.luilvi: I :: I Iii b, II. (1'1.'"'. 01 Fistrida .. prosIdrl I ,' except In the C"ty of Plant That tnt follow amendment of

!.' M,". I.,'. I JlrI sos.oo., US. t.1..t."H' 5 p. in Friday in the S5 ,. I. 11.I. hr.u.M i Into .ul.jectlnnI 5125. ln.,1 btlnil Hook lot. tl n. to I less' 400. Million a. ) tiibmllted. to the qo.Of.d, .\\.I.Florid: which City shill, be exempt, lIon 90, Article III of Ihi Conilitiit,
''" r.h., its tty, m.th"d nl syitsv O'or 01 .h. 552i. of 'old.' f 0' adop. from tht protlRfoni of this Section.I. the Stall of Florid, rtl.llrl tetPPillon. '
NAME.ONCHRISTMAS I ,ud"e' office in the court '. .. >4. 'f. H. S" II. h. 40The I I ,
"" naeet I hl s "I.I unwlAdln. une' rejection at Iht next general Thi Lellil.liire halt, at tht Lfgll- I. S.this.gr'ad 1C indrh
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I' it'. I.ssss It so Ar'h'' 1. ..",. A. R. Clonts 'Is's,,1.I and I,.., issi. I,om nL" h." election t b. bold I tht HID. l.livi Eeulin In and lIt,. tolimi to th tl ihirelertl
U. 14 1,11111 I Judge reported 'I'eo 194
Il.-i'IrP..t'.t' is.i .5 loll nnd bliik. In
ro ,
is law ,
1 I thereafter. .peclfvlng n.po..r. '
1\ c s'acn.r f.I.wll" fi. rail lisa!I
I' O.t 1'1'1 Sf S'lenda
CARDS I II.-Leon. L, .l.n", I I. I I, ,* ..'I 5 I oday that no absentee Ii'. .lwIJ.! 3.32'' "0 Iu.I" L'Ir; I.11 ".1'. In I'l U I' ., 6snvttonl. dull., and cornpynto. I het I C en.r.I Ebootlon t ha I,.
KIm moo.S bal0t I I' II ( .. KrtllUN 1. T. S. ST'I ARTICLE XX of tht County T.provldl. Ame..or dsll- Ntmmb.r.A. 0 15115 Ilt AtttsaId
S Q l. Th l"h.1, "" i""II.1 I I I" n iiave been entered bince per I (.rTS PIN : r:. 40 t.oltilol. SECTION 1. Th. Lcflslalure II ..ulhnr.I. lon In P.r.go ph I of SectIon II aodnhil Section SO.' Article III ef l5 I
Order Now To Be sure of de. W. I W. k. i IMtn I ,H> t I ,",.o.I > 5.lE.u I '. I I Ini. IS. Hlork 1IHII I : SemI aol mop oo'.re I (. pro.ld. hy law I IP. ", ,. .. by law for 'h..I.n.lon illulion, of tht Slate of ClotS. lIsa
Win,' kmc.t Kim I thJ", (Its,'' ii.U lo began Oct. 21 I lo f. Inr. Illoik i Lot.. I :'0ri I I... .n.rl.d b t, .t .. Ir .. on the A..m.nI Roll 01 Ih.Con.y ;mended and ti amended sUsJ to.
In for Christmas I I '. I). Clan, K. HI : ,.;. 'i,. I I.S I. I I lion held A. )D ....,,
livery Time S )I' Voters of any precinct In the A. C. Badges tommciclal I s'l' 41 to I I It,, 'iil.'h 1. In 1047. .aIssy Test A. 0' .11'1 t.tt.. Inle '
S C. Urn. ;\, ;IS. Is. 14 :" 50.: 3' 24 ii; I ,., sri..Ion thereafter. for the eonI by thi Slate County County SECTION SO laws msxlnl th.pro.prl.fons .
Wu... *'. K' J''", '. ., si' 'tale may exercise their suffragein lepreseiHative, Start office. U U 33 ."ld.lon. abolishing or creating of any Board Srhosi DI strict Special TaoByhoci lor I I,1.IatIes or Fofficial
37. V. t5 he. : I
3& I .
; (I S
"o In Countv PIe' ,
('g. I 2. Districts and lonted it.e.atdS
servI OHo. orn. inlclp.lilies and .mylo
THE STUART NEWS this manner. Judges ha. been awarded a 5-ycar lo Hiork 4. I.t I i '10 Idl. from ,
VD.-Kr.n.l. SI.. I...I.'I.s.I County II I. J (h.e txrepted In thi Connie, of Hill.boroughof .' .nntaIl
I Oak. Ci. IniM t. the Florida Power tic'. 1 Its 50. II. n. n. 34. 25 ..tsd a. the elferti ol this Article' Judges it all( Stat. Florida. tht .. 01 SSr.n0Mht' luKe'i. it or ass
tf. ( home district will check ice pin by ,'lh .plon
ui SO Ini' II\ tl. SH 84. (86 sod fit. (
O-K.ynior St. J.b" ,. ", n'.1.i iMl thel' I. P055,15) to prow'do Ihaanse.mottd Iht I Clip 0' PImpS hleh h.rby proprUtlon b* an 1,0dntIa'S
\ he validity of the absentee i CJtht Co. ail. llli.ik 6, Lol. 1 to 20 in.I, '. 11 and .ol.rlon 01 munl.lp.1 ... .nd I ., born Ult poYllon. ol this bull all .IaI ppropr.atton* ..wi

iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiirOll I ," .I. ftak. C. I h i I II ,'" 22 1* lo 21 Inr. !.. mid 2 to HI a.....m.nl. .11., 01 Ihem C000lylot. Am.ndm.nt isnssrxsz'sssM&LW ,
?. ",. Jnhn.lu. oter's registrationVIINMNC.EK ADVERTISEMENT In,'. 11..k 0 loin I ,. 17 I, HI".k olhr.r, In County Any Isw socreMlon SECTION 1. From and after Jamitry .
t '1"0.( ,. 'i-r hoir' .aln- LEGAL I. I Inc. Hlock n : I.,". Ito ,,, r'leerl'og'' t I. ,,
|I' ..- Onk, < '5. It, to.. l 7 1 dtllces 'allVe'tlon : t. lao. Tax In 0. ye
,. ,0"" ,'Is \ '"11 0"'''' ".In,' NI.. .,. < 24 Inc. 0 ; 1.1 I lo I I In,'. Id 1,5! Cootiy .I Ihi County 01 Co"nl. Col.ro of Sttt .!
tli doll r..ndeoo.. 1.lt"ooleh. IM
i $iwba o.p.
,''n,., I'."" ss ill I I I Itl J 14 "' 10 : p ,. Institution, .s provided
1.1, 11H I 11",1 Mt.--/ Ouk. I 5. 2 li 5' ,. -i,, ) ; FILES ARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. 11. and "ln."irioik'l "Lot". Y 1..1 of officer dtilgnated" therein I Florida .h.1 cell levied' In pta ISIS lelisalot.'< "
1 10 .n.yld.IIhn
tht state
I I. tnt County Counly
!I', CHANCERY a lo .. I..and discharge the duties of BI'S"
- --- I 11.. II. Jhn. ',. Mi.l..s's.,. Of P\KK (\R : .1. 'IHOHNLIKE 1 I In.. 1 lo 14 I"e. lit In 21 Inc 2. the office, ...., .lndyre.t. and School Board. School Diilnclt. SpecialSchool I leglil.ture. ind for P.,,"sh.ll" "'1 be mcIito ,
>R .snl.s'r..I.) s.Il.p.ot. .h.dv. I.m..1 27 1 In, I"cod : :; I T.s 155.IPInI. fund and trust Lund
A. Menninger filed this weekS I .sd 2 Ulork 12 Lou I li"> aIyIs.ea i, o .dr..p.etnlils.( ....- .0 Municipality O ..1am.dtnrrt
r. t .05). "., sushi (sist Otis -5. Mil.-K. H. Mi". t\. r. 'I WiMl r. I l'laInitf. 5 IS..I IIlto'h Is Lt.t: I to 7 ic;:.I ii i IIl .tl .olI.etln 0' munlep.1, S.o.s of Hll'bso.oS, Countv, Florida. .. ''PI one gtner.l I .ppBJmJB| ? lieU

.. I.. ",til Itilou, oily thoci \ candidate In the municipal > 10 18 h.e. 14. IS ID 17 0 n I "coda..... or either of them by i lit' tht City 01 Plant City. It bring ...oipI It. "" tel'
'" ( 'Sd",.55,55, hk,' ".". Viry lultabU- .--.'.. II. Willi,' ,",,. ,. l's'i.,. I is's' IK\.IICS :AISI S it,.. Illork I 14 I I.ot. I I.no I its. I rnntv, tax mr:,cop. ihall 1 provide doe mea'euini I from Iht provliloni of this Amendment. haU bt for na l<""midt" It.
le tlon to succeed himself ,. ipproprl.tlons jptdopllon
i, h. tit C'k.th. Also hati Uankllu : as I 24 Ini' Illoik 1'lol. .. for anddisbursing I. TI. l.eil.l.tre .hull at the Leg All 1C
: U Inc sod U to accounting section 0 rnES&g''S'StS
I"' '"" i I m., H fl li, ; ., I 1"'I..nd.n' t ; of aol I,.,. tIn,. to of thll ,
I. ,
r I Ilo of .Id lt' 184
0. doorllVirginia \Mlll.n.t.H.lli SlIIot'l .. i lember of the city park com- I ". I lo 21 Ine. Illoik in I I.n. I..djerstsrwI.i.nt. .
',f WlI, limit foi _.0 olld 1 h.. Mlii.-. I I. H. Willmml i. ORI'.I 0. I't'iILtCATION : Ine III.K-k I" I I I. la Ihe ipproprlett municipalulhorltlei ; 0. Ih.r..fe", en.e I O'liPr0 fOrE the ?*. *'
.1 1..1 ..
.. A.... "lo.lt. kliri Wliiiam.. fission. I I 'J"1 'I 'IHI |' .FIAS'f. ,IA'fIIYi Ine I I. S Lot> I lo 12 h.Hloik ,. and for compens.lion forirh p., ., ,, .nd ret.octss0,0 -
County Collector de.lntatd
Is IIIck
U" .
___ chs NOr-i'. It WIllS T''I.i' 'I \ 1IOUII'KE.' $ I to' Ini 10. and county taxing 0111.fsapnini .
.. ... He is the thud candidate to i I In I 13 and
---------- II'OH TWHrTH : NfcW vIsIts rendered Incident thereto' Th.I" any P..nph Berto. 0101 11 llOA
., "'ale Hank .TH.IT. 10 22 Inc, 20 1 I.ol. 1 lu I .. ,. ,. go JOIN? REeOLt'TI
x It000It
) ) thlso'Ito'h. I .
.' r. it't5) W \ law peillng the "1.lon. .
.IL. tHdu tint, Mlu Kl r..l 8 n' I li...".. I I' juiillfy The only other two can- and lo lOin. ii I.".. Ito .1 .n.old.lon sod I1EOOI.UTION peye's"At'ndml.it
.Itody dl.blnem.n.
..0 .rm 'wk. 'f"lr, c.k" n. r,'e 5 In U I I.. t> : V .: ,* IVrpliy trdr.'rd tUuI5icr| l 11"'k 5 r..eBt 0' .n, .ounly r.pnrlnl V et thtulioa
Sr 1'1.-01 t I. M,'M ,. 'u.yirW thn., H. AskM'ss.Ctst. ilt ates so far are Henry Kindred .., ;,;. Ih. NisOr .5,15,5,4 I .ult for I II Ine. ."o II .. '"c. lllock rplel and .tf. St tht r.IrntdopIriSItn alt.te.eoU..lo( ,. .ol.el.d by Ois. Counl" r.. tt. AslOIa by AddIng
0. and 10 tiIH Florid.
4 01
". 'C", it.. .noISy 5 h. e"s'. 1 11 I.u. I to I.e. .tided' inch law .hill iR lBho
", or city commissioner and Harryyer I I" e..h. Illoik 24 5 loll 19 lo 88 its berom. elftctlvt with reipect to the of. Addltlonil s-w!">n0FJh"c'ir
.. H. Jos'k.sss I .", H,.h." 'I .",, ... lr before th. 10th d.y'I I5Sf ) IIIn
.T ,' mid I cthy vrnl S Illoik 28, 1.1 4 lo II. I. 1I lo Is..u affected Iherel on In. OrB Tue. .1 liii Jodga CoOCIPCoetC
U H.rulil' "ll.rn,">' to (ilt 'n II for office of Municipal .i .. 80000 JOINT BF.OOLUTION .nl fcr EanRtbI
first NO
: after tht ''n
i J' Monday
i lit. 555 and 36 Coot P.
lo i ill I.o taken lI
: ..
I d.1 said
: o
M.rtin S'SO Of
WE HAVE ALL SIZES /0" I..ol.. tounlj i. 'uc'ge .5 .,I ,,,'d '.h It II I. ft.rtisr 01b. .'. I.... 1. V. I. 4. & and B tu n In.Hloik .'. ,ear Imm.dl..I sore..dId. A JONT RESOLUTION Prcpe.lng a Solicitor
I ,, ISV
"uhl 'br I I Ii 24'Ini IlloikIn I hadt b..qo.nt t 10 a.ideclori to Arncle VIII ol thi Co PC RECO1VFD
/.."', ...-M.rlln t "inly, t.i Ph. --- ,lSt'.i 'hot ( ,' publmhnd 0.. 27 1.,1 In... Uli ik Lot r .,.." ,.1..lon, U which for .\'tulon' 0' (h. St.,. of Fiend. R.1.llns TUOS OS' THE ITATE &iftof"

OF \ I'.bll.II| ,' (.ami, e. ,I.., |..., ??, The smokestacks on some 'I 11 hu: .Ch Otort"N .::i sIt t,10c.', lioblisilirnI isa i,:,i iM 1 t, 1 lot.14 Inc I, .to lllock I 90. 1.01. 1 ti l lIni I'I. > I-'r.id.ot""; ,.nd it 01.n lila, .ueh V0IS.d:1.1 Si..Iwswtedl. ,,.'p.sieg t", '.A'CollectKThereto I nOI Tao"IC,.,So' :"Addng.. and, Cooslilullet SECTION 1.ci tO.That I '

M.h.n. S In, ,,mil. HostS, In ('ininI .'10,10.. I II Hl"ik 81 u I.," I to '5 ",. It".k .wc.tm.nt and .illecllon of municipal, :Seclioni ta Provide .11,01, tOP .t '
.w.od.d by
20INCHTRUCK W I .-. M.ilon, II. 'I.k k I I" llii 0"t ncdern ships do not iwally dlshurg" I ,JSU ansi OKUrKLHh ; at .1V4CHot. I, 81 : lot. I to, 12 Inc.. Illuik I, 1,1 ... and t.....m.n... 0' .?lihc, 0' Ihem th.t In II. .01 Bay, State, of ..nIiOn to S. hn 00,1 S.dantIt

1"u.. smoke-they are cam- 1.1. ''hi. cloy of Octobor I lo 24 Inc. Bl..k 14 Lu. \ .o"nl lax OtIS..,. I I. accepted sod Florida. the County Tax A.....s, ahall ,.id At'tIeIl. ,.l.litl IS Ih
TIRES Chat .J. II (Jndrihill, lo Oku I 15.5: ,'ul Corkik ,,,' ...1 I"e" Hloik 85, l... I. I. 10 In. u.IO U h. ,.Ie.ndum .1.eUon a. Attest the Proptrty of tht County for thiPurpcxe In. Jlldgl .5 05)1 CosUt II Rct Ct
eh"be ( iI.tk. >u'lage and enclose such things' J. K. l'O IJ'tY.' I II 11. 14 to 24 I"e. Illoik luI kr.It B. .ma .h.1 h.ncm. of School fey POea'obis Csnty slId I ISclipiloI

."... W Is). M.lel.., "lis's. to ,Is. IS. SS ,\ : 'if 111,' (''e.1 C.., M.rln I I I.".. I .no. 4. 5. 0. '7. I and 10 (I afSytlnl on the ISP.. 5150 J.nl.'y and M,.mlclpal iYI'I.i: v'Yb the cI a.td Ceoniy 151.1
Also is dog kennels or ventilation \ ., Oly.: I'Io'il, .. 21 I. Illoik 7i, I.ol I 'lo 551 IniIlluik text Soett.u ding luch relerandum .,... Stile. Cl'

SEAT COVERS S "" )Ih., .: ''1'1..h, N.lk.. ,". ,, ," I ,\'.25 ( RAllY 50 5 lot. I Inc. Hloikat Lon. School E,. :7 Special r T.x School ) : atmd
S H..f ,'". l"n Ihaft. his toni'' fs.s 1"1",", "I".r. his 000. : lol. I i lo 17 1 Inc.. lIsts.I Id III..I:: I SECTION I. or. any law d."b.dI' tricts and .. of thi Counl for p.tlfiesliofl 0 ,0.nti.t n.ld onTe.d.7

FOR YOUR CARRALPH :l.' -I.o. I '. ... ,. I.. '.. its,\ --- --- Ie' tI. 10I 21. I 1I5o.: ; 40' lol. to in.' It 15 IIII the prcc dIng' ..Uon oltil thI. A rtmleS BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LPOInLA.TUllE 11l.clloO In ba
I. ...,. Its. /i It.I I 1.10101. .AP.M'HTI'M'MHAT and 1: to :: Ini':: Uloik; "IIO'I., ,; I I bt of mny't:co..n 4 aU.el. It .1.11 I I OF THK SlATk Olf FLORIDAl. allcr IhR IltIt ,

I Mf, --( "r'' I. 1...t 0 'rh.. ""ull,, LEOAI ADVERTISEMENT I ti 24 Inc Illmk 4'2s: Lull 1 lo III|I II 11. .. ... and raiil.d hy a m.jorlY, Thlt tht following' Amerdm.nl to Ar (. .4 thC
,. M.. .... nat. Ih .i.etsr.' of
M. J'DCE' ,
is i I. 18 nnrl to 24 Inc. qu.lh.d tie t of thi Conitltutlnn of Iht E.eam'
I I..i"ht I. OrICE I IDEE' I In 1 It"k "V .,. VI In ltd Icr ccsed
OF C ndosn '
I., rLORIDA.HTI' SATE OF APPLlr"TION FOR TAJ 48, 1.... I to I.e Illmk 4 I ,. I. b. 110'10.'< held' the' o.nll Stale rel.tlve It the A...... oI Repord 1k. Cott SollelteC .1 .5sh.lI
M R ( urlnrluhl t. rh. I Lol. 21 I" menl and Collection of all Iht St.i.ylsra
lllock 45 to taxes In iiistol
\r I to 14 Inc '
l'ul.I' .
D-I.FV. HOH lo H. t. N klWA11 IHr: rKTUI": 1 tS.'a N. lessPOTtS Illork Lf d.t.tmulti,4 .h.h. h lam Bali of B.y, Stall, of Florid.. by add kr.aft'r
BI I in.
1 S Inr Illork 4< I lo .. ,.
.f I.ul I ae..pt.d and r..d, cOlntt 1tlylion
i I II' I 0' by -I
( l bdlth A. Hi own lo Mluarl M.rn, I" H ( ; (.1 2 U.N. Th.1 S to be
s,. A .1t'tSl.I HOI".11 III.A"! ..'OIC., :i iI. ( ... ",1..1 I A"d .;v. Ii. Irlo.s.t.ai. h., -, 47 : L.. I II.ek,.4"I 5 .1.1 Ii. qoiniliad rclori of aald County |I i known as I'.e r."lr4n'nd' fcection IS, b. Jodl' ISIS CO
1' Its 18 Ini 455: filch rtftr.ndum election shall be bold nOS 004
iHAUUt W. h.v. romtl.K In. I kn Holier ( I "h or ( .s'ttfi, ytc. Bo'k 1. and tht animb" C
la and
OrFKE ls.-J.L. Lo24.. I. N. igreed
: i I \I.tn .t. I.. f.r.t.IB'to.i, I I'itt i 4717. alIt. ,. lOBS And 861' lot. lllock 10: 10' I I. I Inu. Illoik 0 ilhln' ninety duy..t5Cthelleelts. bt O" h.e.th. of It and Ocr
.U.rk of ewivel and etraivht ch.ir. 'II so. I. M. I). .. 7, 6.1. ,Inc (2 Lol raleol ., hIaw. TSsSe.deII I I I 1.1.1 .ubmil.d t Eectori County *fh'"oJnersl"' ,yItJi1 "
In aah.i.sy.nd. .Inut fIoho. "I'. ,.loe 'lsI.I' .lhrl.lm.. : Al'.1 I, "k.'O'111"'' .All.I I I'r R 5" s'rII'Iy.' i.to'sI "0'.' h d.y ., A: Ion I lo It"'k any Stats 0' ralifie.tlcn", orrejecllon the '
-Ald Comml.iloner.
Ilek I otinty provldt fol
Iru' MINK lilt lit- hut' I.I I to 12 Inr. Illoik fiS to 1 .1.1 at Ih. .' beheld
.u( what you n..d "nei. ( IAVIf 1 An' tnt A. 1. IU. f5li'd .m I. .,, general .rl.n ta office Ihe { l lafler
of .uch dom take ,
tit holding elect
olacton I to any l>48 to ,7
-77! St.. .: W. tAfrIIaks'th IlotiSs 555)5,5. H. 1..u." lu 'Ih". >f ANHK"," unil A.AlM'f. HAlll ystSr rKTATrt; hereby I r'' I ",':.d': 1 h, I:.u:, ...atspiicatisc.,, 5Iti,: I"e.Slosh Illoik Bt, 101&s I 1.1 lo 11 Inc.1 Illoiktil '>..nd.Id', nUn thereof .hill bt publlihtdly I Mondiy on Iht In November first lutsd.e, 1840.,...lollowsl. first the tint Mondiy in Tht |frm

r I )1"J ., K. 5).ti. h. Ft'S a I Ito ,.t fled I nnd rruilri-.l, t. ,...., inc If"HI..en.hra,'. Oh fulu.ln. d... : lol. 1 .o Inc Hloik 57 : Lou I I..t 0 sor.ora.io.on.tonweititfos,1 week 'Immediately, SECTION 14 Hi, From and tfltr
IIEDUTE DELIVERY I'. It.. la' nn mul, ilimHmls whl.h you' or either ,1, 1'' In (h. 1 to 25 I Inc, Illoik ;. S Lola 1 to 11 I rent prior to the dale of sock tlecuon 3.noay y 1. the County Tan AneisorIn '

V. (.-' ". I. Kdl'"r S. .f v.,u. may ha.f avaln.t *?he K.t.t. of I S i. ., of I-lurid'. reflectively, .follownUrllfl.ati. Inc. lllock 6. u I to 22 I1 t new.p.per of general I circulation In I tht County of B.y, Stilt ol Florid offlpb.norn.ntun*J.JlJi! n71 '
ON .. ..('',"o'1tow"I.' ..h... i's'sI. Wol I. ,,,,,",lei Hob.rl 1..r"d. .Is. kno n I"2 Hloik ltd 1... 1 and 2 lo It Kid i Count, Except n .h.reln: olherwlieI I II I ihall issen all property lor all Stale, tended hereby. Any :P10w| Hof
I Y. Lon. H, .Hh'rti'0 "Y. '|,I rt (,1.1. i rl. I.,. of 'thi' ;-I No. n1 and 471T \I.. S lllock 61 L-.ti I to I Inc. 11..k I rovldtd, thi I... of lbs Btata relating 'I County, School and mlclpal taxes to nell ofllc.l *nlch,OCOt M n1"'

Army lll.c. Lllfford HullUnn. 5'II'' ..ire .f 1"I", p "od, lot,,ty of It., I .md Asto,., 7. l.ax. rash covering 1.1 I lo 21 Inr. Itu'k US l..1..1 ti lha holding' ol s.tt..iSine lion!. ih.ll i b. levied I In hits County by tht Stall $ '
FERTILZERSAND W t" Cottui, l L. J <,ainl, "l. .55 i Mian. .. J.r.. lo the Hun. nd Ind,elded OlO, \ .. I'',1 I Innil i.s1.. 1Ilrk 64 10" I tl II lov.r thi holding ol any .uth refer.ndunt i I County, County School Board, School i .oaittD4O. .n." confirmby -
1. w.1 ,I Ii. II. :I ,.., I 01.tr. lit.. Special Tao Governor v..ui.lidby .
g t.-- Irlli.o t Nnil l> ,bul m A.h. I lolls County Sod" and lfe. No 47111 I..iel I.- (Mock 61, Lou I lo loe. Hlurk election If any .uch law ah.llIt .101 DlslrlcU .n* the
11tw5).W.I-t5, M. tlov'1', > .f MBHi. Lmly' and file the ..me lii l liii. S .. Auxu 7. 101 eoverlnu an Un 1 lo 24 Ini. Illmk 071, tcc.pu>d and r.llfled by tht mtjorilycf and Munlcip.mi.s.: th -in.t "' ; "*
>'" .hl.. J,. '. "'' > ,. ufflii. In Ihs' lounly Lourlhou.e II'' hided One 1.lr f'-l' I In....' of 11 Inc. Uloik 6* Lull 1 to 18 Inilllock '.I tltclor. participating, In any auchreferendum I, Ill The Legislator .h.1 at tht L.I. ,?. Convi'itulion. but Vuili 1 J'F2rSiSX&Vjy

INSECTICIDES L.-M,Id'vd M. ".,'h, outity. Huriil.. within eiuhl C c..ro,tirttt 4 I... HgItic.yI. AVi I I tu 24 Inc. Hlock 70 lltctlnn, aucn law .nail btcom. lative Seulon I In 1947' from >Jfctht
tluh' IniAffl ii.rk.y In 'l'hr Ks'5 ..1'..nilar munth "fn.m, lh. dale of Ihi V& 'row".hlp Moulh. H.",". lol. I lo,1.01 Inc : Lot. Ito and bi In hill I,,cllnd.fdtc 1, but time thereafter, enact lawt tm.thipoMirs % g
I I,..1 pihlliallon hvreof bach claim Fo.ton.(. .0mprl.I",. asisi 10.1 1 II at iny boll ilecllon a m.jorlly of U). funcllons. dullt. and ttrm ) !iil"
'. orI atreR 1 ,. 14 comptnaatlon -
Ftrtlll.tr with -- I T Hluck : I I..d
Mow on hind 4 4 S CIu. O."hl..on to Ihu Hubll .. t T 12 Ino. 1 lector,, participating I I tht.c.iO2ha5InocISoe.t of Counly Tax appointed ;; .hill
I I. niund be In writing' and muatla rrnp.elin.'Iy. toKlncnid 'h.lr In.hru' Auesur. .
1 ., hemt Ir.e. I W. U.--W. N. Veal to W. Mom 0. .d P lie. Hlock 18 Loll lo 4 Ino. IlIrhS do'.n.t.dIn '
% M.n'.n. Jo..h .,,. -S tha acceplanct and I '0' tIssa "
< the pt oy.ofrn.Itt and R. K. P 5' ...t."on'.t I P..ph 14. .w' aiIlr
W D Oliver B..I. 2? :.Td0
... 1.1 74I1.til.1a'td5ilIoohA.ndALL
rlemlnu ,
itrovi good fertiMser isew. I I .. 0 liobln, ,ff',.,. ndilre.. of rl.lmi.nt and must.0. .nd R. M Kobblni lulls law, It ahall bt nll Ik..I.. provide b for ,h. .
wi.in, lo by the claimant hi. aii.nl b I I HLOCK BIM cod ol no C.eyeatt I Tha can*; ett.itl tht aisosment roll of tht Monday Itt 'r-svr j'
S.t ;11".n, .'.. M Hta.hil doff t. namIng board of and, County c.r- County Tax Aueiior of ill Ia... l.vl.dI ,
: rtht' will b. of nf .1.1
( m. one
; ney t51"IS
I 11 b.rr'i lT II 14 Hlock 4. Blot LUCIIFIITATIOIi t". .f .u.h ,. onfllct btr.w
RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. 1.1. Ihe >nmi' o.cume .void .. 'I J ISLET rAHMS belnir 1..1 t r..1 "I 'a.ndlm I by thi Slate. Counly. County School Constitution la
.I LCI/ of wt.t 60 rhnlni of .,lub. IFC'fIN 2. 1.1 .f part fNW' ,..Uon t B... 7 0' I.... .IUn Board School Dl.trlctl, Sp.clel Tu by f.y.I1.1.N .
I I In lags U.1.'lon ,.. laVa .1'n.' .' School Dlilrlcla \
: of and .
tlLL OIL DATA .;l ,hr JMh day uf October. A. O.I imd III' f Ut. II nnd 114 to IH hieMll I.. nunlclpalll
5 11.C 1111 s: H.nion 1 T 8. In-lit: .. T. 5. I 5. / : SECTION 15 (II 1'00 and settl
I' f (IIJCHTEKSON. I' .;. 40.411 January 1, 1040. thi Tn Collielor S.s.o.t.t 5.1 my
Martin county used 1282':' I 5ss. ""i". SdmIi.t.tac,,' ei.st t.t. C LP'AL ) 'bosoSt b..... '5,55,5, "St'U.55,? tho .:...(. of S.mu.1 fllllll Uiurd.r.. 686., Auguit.n of. p.r of UK I, of NE''. .. In IB RESOLUTION Propnilng anAmendment Ida, shall collect all taxe. l.vlO In .
54 I.w on 1 AT/-r8-1.." W.t.t.Vlss.SS gallons of kerosene 163044. gal .b s C..lo' .1'0 honont'. 1933: covering Trict S. lllock Ols i| ... 1. Beetton 0. T. 8. .R. 41 S ta Articlt. VIII ol ,h. Constitution Counly by thi Stall County
.f tht tali et Jt.l.Us.Awtoomti
I li.l.- \'hurl..nr.d.. sait.I I Iif I;... Ito .. J. I and T. Block U and Trtcti S lorld. Or So Board, School DutrloU, lp.iiela
Inns of GI..ford _
gasol'm Cpptem"err "raol I ..1 5..t D' In P. P. and
\ S '1' J I C''is S 'sp''s' t5il, u' I I .. .: ., ', :bO lll MluuolflllUM.i .

.u. I, ti. 82 ilvi" |i I, Is II "it Oct i, K It. 14 |1.


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NEWS/ STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 19ta


1?P 11 iartin County's List of Voters Reaches Ail-Time. Peak ', I.r. I I

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oxinm !Ii NOTII I Hllllei. Charlotte Richaidk CharlesRobertson I Olsc,,i". Gladys A. Scott Mis Ji"' >,!II' .. '
the best Hend 'y A. A.. jiHendrv Allln,, Jaiidtonc E. I DeCoirips' Paul H. I Johns !Harold H I I'
!t' belief Elizabeth Ray Albiltton Wesley DcCoinps Mrs Pli Johns R Ci'i'II OVelll Charles V, Scott F. L,;
KrirecHi .
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lap. Gu A. Martin Belle K \\liiowiechi. Mary Cossaboom Herbert S. Humphries W. R Miller William C. Rlcou. Margaret; C. Young. Herbert

s sheBlanche Michaelson John S \\Jnowlechl Joseph B. Callahan R. L. Hicks John E. Myers R. C. Reddelin Herman E. Young Mrs/ Hcibrrl

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Harry I Hlnson. Mrs. J. OHunsliiRcr Blakeslee Zola C.
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fin, Clara Nels Nora \Viei, Charles A Csongedl Dorothy E Hollo F. E Stokes H B Bentel Alice
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Mrs Wilbur Pitchford. R. M Col bull. HomerChilstophcr Ham Ruth McCarthy George W I Sallas W A. } ozone. J. F. Is,

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W C. B. I Johnson Mm H. F.
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Uei, I11flfl. Ruth 8tJ : Carl H Rpin.ViUer; O srRolliiu. Binnciqulst, J. R. i Martin. J. R Wools)on. Mary B. William O. Cobb. Eli.in., :
< I'}i-Kinan Heurv C lverstii.) Mury Lolenc Mary: Stella Balsden Mary R. Moore, John J v/ebb, F. W. Meredith Bessie C. Dale. E W\
I' I I i-inuertleld.' Thomas/ J. Initram. Butnrd A. RlgRln, Charles l M. Mahan Paul E. DeLonp. Win', ,
riurroiikhs! Donald A. ; Iimram Lena .for KXIn. Oeorac C. nalsden. Roy T Maroli Cnrrrl A. Webb' 8. c. Moor. Walter R. Day Ann, H I
rr.iiR.: 3. I. Johnson. Oxrar Rein. Magdalen M. Baldwin. E. ALice I Mooney. Charley I Wilson R. H. Moore, Estella Devlne.! Eli/.,",,", v',
".uiant..I Edna W Johns. W. O. 1315*. MIlS Mary Bryant. Arthur Mooney, Jennie Webb Ola Mitchell, Mabel S. DanlelK Eu, J
I:on-bet:: t. FloraI'.jti.stensen.; 1 Johns AuRuata\ M.i Richards. J. ..1.Koblsols. Bryant John Mooney. George Webb. Susie Mitchell James B. Dlldn ,tot'5, |,,
I" I Charles E.Clurk. i .Johns Beulali V.tohnstoi Mrs. J. W. Brook, t. w. Morse. J. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. H. Marlottl Ethel Donald Ull i ,
\, : Mae M. ;, C'. 0 Richards. Mr. J. JobllOn. Brook, Mary Moorse. Mrs. J. C. I Whlticar Mrs. A. A.Vltitlcar. Mariottl William Donaldson \ ''1
(r.nsiKiim) Anna M. Johnson. Bertha B James W. Byrd Thorn usHyrd. Moore. Cecil J. I .. A. A. Morgan. M. F. DeVllblt-.s P i ;f 'II.
( 'hJant't Johnson Freeman D Rowell. Arthur C. Dorothy Mnlmstem Ralph Whltl..... Johnson Morgan Gladys Durrancii, '
r (Ch.imber/, ; T. R .Johnson. Ocrtnide V. Rowell. Mrs. A. C.ltprengel. Blake Laura E.Brannln Malmstem VelinaMobley Whlticar.. G. C.Whltlca. Meyer, EetwlnMasllE' Durrancc i \]
., Cn.imbert. Lavenla Johnson. Oscar F. Fred' a. J. Mr. M. A. Elsa )', Bertram BeLong Mi'! i ,, ,
\ "J I (chrKtensen.) Pearl Judge. Jl'nll.JohnlOn. i fiouter. Martha D .aif Claude. HaddeBrooks. 3Hyrd. Mathers C. T. Zelgler. Lawson N. Mackcy, Edward Durden D." ', I I.,'
p ('I(,111t'nt*, Hubert It MrIC. F D. filsson. Emma Muthers: Viola Moment Joe Dodge. ,rail, I ii< .1 '
James. Duos hy E. Pulton. Josephine .Leon Lamar Miller. A. M. Hubo Sound I'RrCINTT NO. :I Mounter.! A. H. Dodge. :\11' i I., 5,51i.
< 10111'1'V.. Nalley Jourdan, Mrs Clara stuart Berta! Boone. Morris:: I H.i W.Morris Arnold. J. L. Mounier Ruth tibnch.: .1 io"(
C.'ssaboom.' Norrl W Jourdan. Von K Stuart. ArJe Brown. Rebecca Mi's. H. W. Arnold. Arlie A. Mousier Catherine: Elbnrh R,",. u I
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C, '111111 T. C. .I Jones. W H $axton.llowardSimmon. I Byrd Brown.Andrew t.Bess. Munson, PeteMarr. Adam. Helen M. ?McGee Harold Evans. C' R
W. 34.Marr.
Johnson. Lillian ., Annie L. Clyde Evon"l1L,
C.impbell. J. L. P. I L.Bess Arnold Alma McGee. \
Carl .
.. ruutant t Elwln HonierC..iwford. Jourdan. Eninuii Speedy. Harry M. Virginia H. EmmaMarr Ansll. James McGee: Edgar Fulton Vc i ,
II t .p L. W i I Frank l1 eedy. Margaret I chandler A. HarveyMarr Adams. F F. McGee Frank Fein a IIPI (c; .5.'
.; <.')111C'nl.' \ .. Jeanette H. r.II I Francis Smith. Klngiley' E. : Church A,.Mary t. H. W. Adams Alice McGee', Mal.thaMrOE'e. Ft'lnalll'l i EFerguson .
N. P.Mathers ,
Collins. Mrs.. T. C.ipron. Jackson. Fannie 8 limit h. MadgeSmith. Motzfrer. Dorothy ( i
< :' .I I 'remChurch Arnold Mrs. J. L. K 5.1
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Arthur A. Orvel FPrnusonii,
mI < H. A Johnson. Oscar W Mr*. A. L. Ami Is. Edward McGee
'"I < iik. Peggy' Idling. Emma J Umlth Mr*. O. M. Church, ) Mathers VlrrlnU Ames Margaret B. McGee, C. C. Flynn. Mam!
( '..mpbell: I Mrs. J. Li Hitching Cleveland Daniel' Cole.I A. ft.arl"Coif' Mario. Lola R.Milspaw Ames. W. V. McIntyre, John Flynn. Chic, .
i 'l1\'nls. Mrs. Lucy I Kltchlng. R. J. flllva Mrs. D. V. '. Connie HelenMetzuer Anstls. Jl. R. Mclntyre, Mrs John Fuge. PeivFURe.
.mad.. E.: L. I Kltchlng. RE'glnaldKlndrE'd Stevenson. Ruth B. Cowart. C. M. MetZRer.. Herbert Theo' T. Anstls. Mary Ellen MeJake.: JackfinDuffIe LilluiM., -
(c.. nrad Mrs. E: L. Henry A. Bchreckengost.' Juanita Conrad. B. f. Anderson. Margaret\ William I K. Oregon( i. "
( 'ok.< > r Bernard Knapp, Monlrn I C I Smith. Gertrude' Church. Lily Mal'Mull'\ Anderson Irving H. Mcpherson! Alex Oregorlf E'>
i numbers.. Joseph) F. Kil Emma H. dmtth. William H.fhepard I, Conrad. Vera I Marr Martin., Horace J. L. W. I Anderson. Josephine p. Nelson' Vlnce Oenleis' (i 1 K

( .appelkti. Mrs. A H ting. William ..1.Iyle. W. H. Corbett. D. 1 B.:] Marlin Mrs. J. L.Mathers Arnold. Jessie L. Ondlrh. Andrew Gay. JisOtiyeI.
l. ippelkn. A. H. )< Chepard Lucy A. Crawford Lillian B.Crawiord Blagg Minnie Ondlch,, Mrs. Andrew Wilii.i', '
t'd.B William T. W.Murphy. .
i ".1 boom. Dora Kin; C. H. I utter. Vic R. f. I I Hlagg. GeorgeBryan. Pryor, fIrs. R. Gore. Cnl I
L. J. 'li.
i --'is. William 1. Kanner. A. O. utter. Irl. V. M.mlth. Corbett. M *belli Pearl. Powell, Ralph Gore. Ociii ,
;( .i < ii>rd, Mar th.i Kanarek Oscar 8. I $ M. L. Conrad: Mr*. Charles! I Martin, William!Kathnrlna R.Mobley Broxton. Mrs. P. O. Powell Mrs.' Ralph M. Griffin w 1 iGore.
''II bId Freddii :\1;..- Kanarek. Mrs. O. 8. speedy Hubrtullivan. Conrad, Chart O. W. Barnett. R. E. Porter. Lillian \\ O D
,I''. 'it.int. Clyde Kannrek. Florence i. M L. Carl O. L. Mooney. Mrs. BerthaMoates. Burke Ruth E. Peet, Charles L. Ollllard. V<" lie
(c c F. Kanarek. IrvIng a.Klntt Sullivan. Mrs. M. L Crane. Leona R.Combs. I Broxton. Miles R. Pullum. B. (]ililarul. w h lie
W. A.
"I-.1., ', Mrs. C 1I I Ic I' J ( !
n'night I ( Me.i .in Kinu. Mn.ssk* Mrs Kirby Walter Mortensen R. A. : '. Bartlett Marie Frost Nettle Mae Oreenlces I >I.." .
".'right.( Mo. .i .n. If KCIIII.N Krnncls P Smith. 8. O. I Comb* MI'.. Paul Mobley. Gertrude Bartlett Valentine! C. Pettway. Willie Greenlu'1:
,i'. n ,,,'Ight) Rntli! } 1)I'l. Kn-ii-tr' Albert P. Stewart. Kittle M.hrialey. Church. Ernect A. I Moblev. William liowden Alvin Payne. W. M. clay Mrs 7 I.,
1'. ,\ Mrs. O c- Keck Her! D. ; A. M. DnvK Claude Mancll, Okella firoxton. P. O. Pettway w. E. Gore MilornOatt ,
'ro.c.. 1(1''k.'II" E. M. Bhrlgley. Mrs. Albert Davis Mrs. CUaudoDeLoaeh Mancil Barry. Philip Petttway Arthur L. S' ((01. i
< '( y. Heleu KlnlI'OIOVI.'I': K. I Stlmmell. Kenneth 8. I J. B.DeLoach Moats. Fclna C. barry. Ellen S. Pettway, Lizzie Hunderl.ichHuiidtrliici >
"tkii, Vllma/ H Klimr.v. Ruth I EKnitx. !: Sander Adele' I Adolph Mason. ?..teKlnhe3ltttrphy. Bryan Walter E. Pettway. Robert } KHodapp
< iko) There.i' Helen Mrs. Richard Smith, Stanley DeLoach Jessie I ? W. A. r.owden Anna Preston, John Thos. I H
"1'v .'I'kn), Rose I Klelfeld. Henry W. i Stlmmell, Mrs. Kenneth' \ DeLoach. Emory Mllllcln. J. S. Black'! James : Pull IhsrlanPorter I'1ildcbi'.c'dlIocap 1 \ : i
'V.ua.' Andrew Hover, : Krninmeck./ Carl Stanuer( Elsie: M.arhoenberger. Drivers.:; : Alice F. Milln. Jennie A. Biownlee. George\ H.Portei \V,
c", :'iii'iits. Dorotln L Lowery. Harris R.Lnwpiy i Nathan Donovan. Martin James I Millor.' Christian N. Bowman. James L. Nellie J. HlldPbrai.n I 1Jlodnpl
III(II. Evelyn V MI's. 801'l'IsLCJ..l'ry. Slocum. Blanche F.Bloemn. Donovan Kir. M. J. ?MrLellan Robert !Bowman.. Mrs. James L I Porter R. A. ). rj. >
I I. mo.( John A. W. J. I Charles E: Daughtory Lacy McCuiley. Shelby Bowman. Mrs. Annie Page, Fannie B. Hx-rs w A lit
iibeet. C W. Lowery. Blanche Salmon. John R. l1pLoa'h.< Sadie .3rozak.lJchael Page.! John lIters :MHuntiiiiiioi'--
i McC'ulley. Cla'a; E
I 111>1'1'1. Nell H. I Lane. Mrs. H. B Taylor Elizabeth: It. DeLoach. L. r:. McCarthy.( Mt'. H. K. 'Jlnpk. Verna I Queen Archie I, 'i >'
:-t 1 vrlRht. Camll'.i/ Lewis. J. A. I Taylor. Olive DeLoach. Juanita I McCarthy.( H. K. 9roxton.. P. Renaud. Mart he Hodapp.} ) DOM
.c ..11)' E. C. I Ludlum. J W Taylor. R. I. Delf But McPherson. Gilbert BUileh. George Rue Charles H. Hcndrv P H
i II lu I Blanche B. Lawrence R D. I Tinman Earl A.TlUman Davis. C.. M. Nelson AxelNerensb. Bowman Mrs. Lily L. Rue. Lois V. Hlsht. Ev.l'c" '
".1 boom. Edward: H. I Lee. Gertrude Flo Duke.' Pascal John W. Jrunev. Mrs. W. B. Randall. Bertha M.Rochell Huplcl] '\i...
Nun. Ruby i Leonard. Kate O. I Thlboult. Mrs W. M. Duke MargaretDouglas. Nc';:'.y, Warren Sruner. W. B. Billy Hupfel! Olio! (
'. .-on Willie Lelblcv. Harry R. Tayloi Josephine K. Clara MntDeckei Osborne. Cieo-'g B. lutlerfleld. Mrs. John Riley, JoBsSeverson Hanson Mi' l ,
"..per./ Paul W. Lowe. Mrs. C. B. Taylor. John E.Tomllnson. :. Minerva T. Osb'.m<> Trti'a B. 3nilln. Archie A. Robert S. Hanson. Don''
; ." "than. Russell L ,: Lt'a vllt. William A. jr. E. 13.Tsimas. Decker Roy E.Earle. Outlaw RulhPedeison. Brownlee Betty Ft: Onpe. leonast. 11111 on. Join> i iHollls.
c ,.mdler Ralph P. Lyons. Herman J ELuminls. !: Angelo C. I Annie E. Aired Jrodrlck Arthur Gage! c. A. Ann '
( ..\\.-. James E. Or W C I Thlboull. Mr*. C. J. [:lI'I".W. H.EngebreUen.. Ppdenon. Mrs. Alfred Brodi'ick. Marie Shaw, Mildred H. Hilton. Mi.Hogarth. .- '
1 L.\ I Myrtle: .' M. lummls. Mrs.' W. C. I Thom pIOn. Paul A.Thomplon Tolif Peterson. George H. Called J. H. Shot, Lillian I. Ai.i'"
t. .'I' H. F. Lowery. Harris R. .|r.Loreti. Paul E.Torranee. Ensebretsen.! Bust MasRden. Twin. 6inuicl Callen.' AnneCallahnn Shot, Peter T. Haye. Liiriiin. W
i II:, iialdwn.: C. A. Peter J : Flo M. N. H.E'den Phillips. Frank Louvenliic'lo : Sims A. E. Harper fl' v'
rv.r.ildton.; ] HazelI"'i.ian. Loretl. Mrs Florence I Torranre. J. F. Nora Lee Prndn, 1'\!* Anna E MdrvinCro Shaw Arthur H. Jones. EiiiiuJohnson. <
l. ; Mary E.li'.nuan. Lomax. Catherine W. Tomlln on. Mr E R. Eden: James M rciif1iir\! I.>, Jim J. AnnaCunningham. Shaw Hells H. .1 i ta''I '
Blanche Lane. Anne R Taylor. W. C. L. Sioddard. J. K. Johnson.! '
Eden."' 1\11'1. Jame Pen.f! !rvls. William f:. : M. i
1 1. 'Ifll'l: l J' 8 Lane. A. L.Matthews. Taylor. Mrs. W.. C. Eskew. J. A. Prescott Mrs. J. B Corse. Henry Sands. Mrs. a. E. Jeffers. P.s U"
r ( k. I', A. N. 8am A. Trimmer.gn* H. Eilrkson. John. jr. X're3..ly.; .Tames Clifton. C E. Samalens, Mrs. Catherine Jones. Loon i
L ,"ddon. H P Matthews. Edith A Trimmer: 34.33.TItrater. Erlekson Carl Pressly. Lucy Cuane. Bhaylor, C. Smith, William P. Joss. Mi.- SM<
I .'I.oa-li I Mrs. R L. Matthews. Allan John O. En'en. Peter AntoinEngebretven Prny H. A. ('011 np. My..tleCulpeppeI' Sims. Wllma. Joss. Fred.
D.> .:}:er. Mr*. A. N Matthews. Mrs. Allan rlmmier. R. H. Carl E Powi-ll. Mae Henry Billy Jl.'fl.'rs.IJi:\ ..!
tl.lleWalter"' Matthew Eleanor Thompson Gertrude Flowers Lily Powell. James Culix-pper, Stoddarrt, Frances B. King. Finn i ;
r\ -.PV. B. VL Mlnschke. BolealawMlnschke. Thayer. H. H.Thaver. Flowers. J. A. %>cI1<101'\'ls. La Orniido. Collins. iIlIrena Smith W. P. Kniffhton: .1.1Knlghtnn
.")p" Harry H Vlrll'lnlRMunch. Mrs. H. nTaylor. Freeman Joseph O. Po..t<'I'. Dan Conrad. Bernard 1"'. Smith. David L. A
U a.-. Mrs. Harry H F. C. John E.. jr. "t'y. Albert E. Portev. Annie Conbey. Alice W. Steffens, Henry R. King. R SKreldei. :
r> r Alice M. Munch. John E: Thttw.: John H.'L. Foresman J:SHIPS \V.F.ilrclotigh. Price. Rev. D. B. C'allahan R. R. I st elf ens, Julia C.Fhol' Vn' >; '1!
I ''uiJesse, K Morris. Helen A TheUi. Sophia I Beatrice A. Preston.' Ted Callahan. Mrs. R. R ... \V A.Sho..e Kreldei. C. I
l < .1, pkc. John Hi Munch. Lee Thompson, Ida Olennon. Walter Prerton. Harriet S.Pnyette DeVor. L. A. Cora a. Krelder. MiKins. (I. "'8
i pke. Mary Munch. Woodrow W Tflay. Paymond J. Olennon, Mrs W. D.Gundorson. M. P. D<'Loach, c. F. j Sands: George W. :. E. l
1 niich. John D. Maim. J. N I tI!lnser.. Carl R. B. George PaYf>tE''Iola! E. DtLoach. Mrs. C. F. Sands, Mrs. M j. Krumm, F..h., !
: ..it in us. ISI1I&CV Mann. Mrs. J. N O-if fin. D. E. Qul ley, O. D. Davis. J. W. Thayer. s. B. Krumm. c "r .
Ulmer. Mr Olen
l ,i. HI-on. Leon Maxwell, C.: .. I Olennon, William R. I Quialt-y. Mrs. o. D. Davis. Georgia Thayer. Mn. S. B. Knowlrs.i i 7:
: otnfleld J < O. L. Morion. T. C : Ulmer Glen Qj-een. Lloyd B. Qua1)') Howard J. Diamond, James W. ill ton. Marie Lincoln II \
E-i.'niield. Pauline* Moore F. ri 1. ViU.turner.Robert B.Ralph GlenhonVMrs.\ : W. R. .' Keddltt. J. E. Diamond. Catherine Jllton. Lower' Jc' :si. I lLower.
j f '!; --. ErnestineR Maulsby Marjorie P. VanTassel. A. T. Gerould H. L. 'I RecJdltl. W. A.Robert. DeVoi. C. Emilie Taylor. VJfl'A.. FiLl.'lghtun ; .
I'i'tt. J. C. Maul ', c. 8. VanTaMHl. Irene B. Gcrould. !Mr. Ina T. ,. J. ir.Ressler. Da via. Theron' 1 J. M. Id.' i iLrightoii
i .' on. Illo Jeani Mongert! Mrs. Jsnsa 01 tbbln. Francis" Ida Dckle., W. H.Dalrymple 1 alley. William (ci'"
Charles' H.
i >.. ..n. Gertrude' Mlllw Meggeit. Janus \V. Vollrath Vale. Mr. L. J. Orlbbln. Sarah J. ; Ressler. Louis Walker W. Taylor Grace' Irene Ludlum I. v\
f .' .m.> B D Maxwell. MM C T Vollrath. L. J.VWU. Galnes. Julli\ 1 Rohrbnck. Charles! A. Dcnnle Henry' Tweed" Norman E. Ludlum/ N"'. ,
i ..:..on.' Ervin M jr. Matheson. Carl) Alvin C. GIbbs. George! S. : Rush. Dr. F. A. Denny.) Lula Turner Thomas t.'l1l'rpux1 II
/ -' I.E Maxwell. D. L \\Ttham. Kate M. Garner. D. R. I Reddish! J C. I Davis GeorgeDaniels. Tate, CInreiico A. L'Heri-ux KLanlor !
r -. ;Mrs. J E. Maybcn. John W. William Elsie: A. Garner. Mrs. D. R. Reddish. Virile : E. Taylor Olive 3!. c
1 ,, \I:>.rlon Bullou I May ben. Mrs Elisabeth' Wiley.' J. C. Hill. Lula H.Homan. I I Reddl h. Lester I DeBerry. C. C. Taylor. Bertrand L. Liidlum. l< .. i
,1,11, L. E I II. Matheson. Mrs. Carl Estelle Chester Reddish Mrs. Lester DrBerry. Mary A. Tally, AlihereVlblral. LeIghton !p.'
i I..1.1} Bessie L. Moore. James H. Wiley.Wllkw. T. C.. Jr. Homan. Vera L. Reardon' J. H. I Denckla.: K. N. R.: Joseph Lanlei. Lin\
F .i.-.in.. Mrs E. M., Jr. Moore. Nora A. Wllkes Mrs. T. C. Ihl.sscl. Lotto Reardon, GraceRoddenberry. Daniel. Robert S. William) Alof Lane. Jului'
!J. .< EverettF Menninger. John U. Wilkes Mrs. T. C.. sr. Hansen. Jtillh George S. I Daniel. Nola M. William, Ida Lane. S E ,
v W R. Mallory.: C P. i Williams Mrs. D.. L. j Harp. W. F. Shelton Maud I Dohne. J. A. Wood J. w. LnnRfOl'cI. Mi 7!
I K' (lennan. Jack Murphy.: Louis J.Morrison. Williams, D. L.Vlley Hassel. James R. i Shelton J. B. Dohne TheresaDavis Wheat William Jr. LelRhton. ..JiiluLnngford /
!j. Ier : : Parks I Hunt. E.Hendricks I Milton S. Wheat
( man Evelyn F.F' Anita \ B. B. I, Guy I Smith. P. O. Barbara A \ P 'JTlit'
'uu-on. Forest' K. Morrison, M. J. Wilkinson: Mrs. F.V. :' Charles Rots Jr. I Shelton James. Davis. Mrs. Joyce Wheat William H. LeiBh'.on: dm S S
O .1 Her RobertO Meier. Mrs. Viola Winter. John S. Hardwlck. C. H. Stone Peter Ellerbe. Helen Cubbwly Wllinot, Arthur L. Lees C A
i 1" Ell.'anol'lL.. Meier. Wlnfred t Wltham. Paul : Hobrtn. William: i Stockley, J. A. Ellerbe Thomas H. Wllmot Louise Lees M\l1:\ h.1 <
Cr .ins. John W. Moore CarlMendel. Wagner. J. R. Harris ClaudHaldursen. Slockley. Emily R. Funk. D. M. White E. H.. jr. Ludlum. MrI I
Oi.i-s, ,. Charles J. P. ; Wagner ROM i Carl Smith, Frank E. funk, C. H. White Catherine LIsk J T '
0".1- C. S. Morton. T H. Wllfet*. Annie Ethel Holland. Baxter | Smith. Herman D. Flink.Irs.! D. M. Worth s. Llsk Mrs J T
Oi.iEdith, K.G Maxwell.' PhilMcPherson. I Warden France Hardwlck Lila Z, Shelton Harvey E. Flanagan Thomas F. Worth Kate Leighton Mil l
I 'IPI'. Mrs. Robert R. Charles' W. Walton. F. M. Hoffman A. C. Stiller. FredSchoflt'ld Farris.I L. Wltham, Mark A. Markel. J. E
O Frank f. McPherson Belle Williams Ben Hoffman Mrs. H J. I John f rnnklyn. l'lo Wltham. Dorothy Ellen Mapp Ed
O. -on. Alice I McPherson. Nettle Walton F. J. Hall. Mrs. Ethel Smith, D. Orllfln. L. A. Washington, W. w. Mapp Vivian B
C, "". John W. McPherson. Dormlney Wllev. Roberta Hlnton. Henry C. i Sword, Bert tiriflln, Caroline Wilson Anna P. Men-lit. Paul C.. '
O 't.1 i George W. I McPherson. Lorena Welder Mrs. Elton Hall Roy Smith, Mrs. P O. Gardner T. F. Walker George Merrill. Anni. l
OH" i Il1arv: R. MrDonald. Jackson B. Wltham Philip ROBS Holloway. E. S.Howard. ; Stillei. Radle OaiKiilpre. Jean Wood. Sara W. !Matteson E /'IMatlrson.
G'.it Invohl William S. I MrLane. Charles. Witham Mabel Mm.. V. E. I Sword Agnes F. I Oeer William C. Walrath Vclma D. Mrs I
(1'1 c Invohl,. Sadie M.a. McLane. Mrs. Charles.MeCrary Walton. Rose Roebuck Howard, V. E.HORK Stlmmel, Walter Goer, Blanche Van Every Yates, j. H. Moody. Tom I c
,t. J.D. P. R. White Dolly V. ( Norman W. Stlmmel. Hannah E. I Griffin Mary C. Yates F. W, Markel. Charle- 'CIi.
OJ1'' 1\I'off\ Bertha McLendon. L E.Ml1cArthu. White Olan L. Hendrlx. B. K. Smith. Mrs. Donovan Gott Vera F. Yates M. H Markel Jame- !o
oiimi'ofl.( I Harry I .'. Mrs. Peter Walton Mrs. Eva Hendrlx. Mrs. B. K. Strickland. John I Gott. J. F.Coorthait Young R. T. Markel D. C
tii s Rev. Timothy J. MaoArthur. Peter Wilson. Ella E. Ilomlar. Mr*. Harvey Scott, C. O.Strl1'ska. I Anstls McCormick Markel Mrs J J I
Odln'H.. M. McNamara. J. W. Wenitert Viola Mary lleyboer. Elizabeth A. I James Orlfiin, W. J. Madar. Gabriel
0..i. 01:111.: W. C. I McNamara Mrs. J. W. I WelsbacK. Martin tlomlar. Harvey Stone. J. T. Orlffln, Ada R.Orlflln Palm City Plunxc\-: NO 8 Max Robert
(j.nK's. !I Grantiii'M.n McGee Byron \Vlsletkl. Apolonla I I Z. Harp W. F. Stone. Julia E. W. D.Hal.t. Alexander Alice L. Max IraMontgom.fY
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( George Alva McGee Annie Whlticar. Allse Barton Irwin GussJohnson. I Sherman Lillian M. Anna Burrell Alice An! .
H.mrork.' ) J. C. McOee. Clara Jack H John A. : Strickland. H. W. Hildebrand, Fred J. Baker David Montgomery M R
riciirock::' ,t C. F. MeQee. Lettie WllHon. Tolmndge( Johnson Benjamin I Shelton. Marguerite Hildcbrand, Zaldee Bolland. Elane Mayes Charles \WMayes
Hi' i nth. AdefmaHfilcy McCoy Alvin I Wells George D. Jacobs. C. C. I Strickland. Cordelia M. I Hildebrand. Marcella Holland J. w. Blanche (jo 'is'IL
3 Gladys McOee. Oeorglna Wheeler James Carroll : Jacobs, Mrs. C. C. Smith Dot Hlnes J. F. Bowman, Tom Matheson Fait} >
Hi/flwood:, aHipon McOee. Florence I Walter K. J. : Johnston Earl D. Smith W. O. I Hines Mrs. J. F. Burrell. Allen L Magos, OpOl' e
( Harry H. McGee OeorgeMcCiee. I Wortham, V. V., Ir. Johnson Oscar Scott, F. L. I Hall C. B.: Barat Arpad Morton, Abbot'Isteilander Sue
Ilipson. Flora C.Unns" MartleMcOee Weirlch, Henry E. Johnson, Laura Pherman, Forest E Hall. Grace Baker Mary ( Mr tMeljander. Soe
". H. H. Evelyn I Young; Mrs. F. C. Johnson. O. H. Schlichting, Frank Hancock. Gladys Biasko, Stephen Wan.-i 1 t
11 all"'11. Lillian Polly I MacDowell.; Ann H.McCullough I You nfl, Rev. Edwal'd C Jacobs, I.t'\\ Ie Smoak, Douglas I Handley G. E. Blasko, Jolan McPherson R. I
Harrison. Mrs. J. L. Marie, I Young tad. Harry Jacobs .Mrs. Lewie Saunderxon Robert F. I Hancock M. J. Brown Robert R. McPherson. IreiuMrtAURhlln 4
Hancock, Ethel C. Nelson W. A. t Zarnits George!! A. Johnson. Richard Shamrock. Aline Handley Ethel I Brown Estelle WUIiam C ..15."it.
Hosir' Blanche I. Nelson, Mrs. W. A. I INoyel. Zarnlts Mary Jones. M. S. Beavers. Thomas O. Harrell. W. H. I Barat Frank Mclnnls: Cllrtoi. I
HlInsln el" Alton O. I Nixon, Dorothy Zarnits. Charles L. Johnson T. 0..Tohnson Scott Tina Mae Heck J. M. Bozone Mrs. D P North, Mnrion: A
lumslnKer.! Maude! E.Hancock. Dale E. I Zarnlts. Eula Belle Mrs. T. O. Sauvage J. H. I !Heldner. Henry Baker Marlon W. O'Steen, B.OBteen .
Mrs. M L. I O'Day Mrs. John Johnson Frank Sauvage Rosa Heck Ruth A. Billingsley, Maude Mrs B
Hubbard. A. H. Cbernaus. Mrs. Stella M. I Jackson: 6rPTr: i Sauvage Ruby Hutcheson, B. E. Blllingsley. M. H. OReilly. O. ..TO'Stl.'en 'vIIinInCc01
i al1 PRECINCT XO. 1
Helsley C. R. Oberhaus A. Z. no Jackson, Sauvage C. L Haslom. Joe Brown Billy Fred
flatten Thelma D.Harrison. Oberhaus.: Aurlel I Ashley. LuKenla: Jamison, T. W. Stevens Milton I Horn FrankHancock. Barat,, Steve ,
Belva Pomeroy. James R. I Anderson Lrander Johnson Hilda Smith, Marcia M. J., si- Brown Ruby Petty, J. D.
Hardwlck, O. N. Pomeroy. Lettle Anderson R. D. Johnson George L. Smith LeonnrdStarRer I Holland, Sidney Burrell, Jessie Petty Emma
H.udwlck.' Mrs. O. N. Pomeroy J. R., Jr. Arnold, E. J. Johnson. O. E. William M. Hode, Lones BvardkSMne'TMM' Frank Porter, Mary NParker
:Hill Harry D. Pomeroy Florence Arnold, AII'eAnderson. King E. J. I Sheiton, Mrs. Douglas Hunter, Silas W M.
Heltz, Loornla Parks. William Clarence King 1 Mrs. E. J. Shellon P. D. Hulls, Amy L. Bond s. c, Parker Berry A. 'cIIIclv
Hill Mrs. H. D. Parks Frances L. Anderson. Jessie King, E. C. I Thomas. Harry D. Hall. Althalre L. Bembry w. T Penhale, Mrs. J.A.
Anderson Albertha Korson J. M. Tucker. Joe Harmony Sophia Burnside Mrs. Penhale 'teSIc'IC
.Householder Mrs. R. E. Fegram J. w. B. O. W
Hopseholder R. E. Pegram. Mrs. J. W. Anderson Axel'Anderson Korson. Orpha ** Tucker Nathan Ingrain( Willie Burnside, B. O. Plnney LeRoy
Holfmnn. 1 heodorellancock. Plttman A o. Sarah Kajander. Hugo Tucker. LoU Ingrain Otis Backus Catherine Peck. Robert
O. M. Pittman Mrs. Andrew O. Adams. Mrs. C. C. Knight!, John C. Inylor! UelleThomas. Johnson R. W. BauKett.! Carey W. Peek Ada Jane SIC
Hudson. H. D. Phillips, J M. Adams. C. C. I Knowles Mrs. Pearl Bernie Johnson. J. D. Colfrin, L. A, Peck. Robert B. ''Slr5Tr
Hosford Mrs. E. C. Phillips Marie Smith Ahrens. IrvIn L.Andrews I Lewis Mrs. C. H. Ischopp, Charles E. Johnson. Amelia Cseky. Joseph Robertson Harry L
Hocnshel. P. M. Htchford. W. W. C. L. Linn C. O. Terry, J. L.VanSlcklln Jackson N. A. Cosden Burton Rowley George! C. an'InclSi
Hoenshel. Amy R. Phillips Hallock H. Anderson Maida Lewis Rosa J. : E. F. Jones, W.\ W. Cosden Bessie Rowley Carrie F. '
Anderson. Fritz Lewis, Ellen VanSicklin! King. J. Raulerson,
Elhabeth A. dine
'Hosford. Mildred Peck. Maude S. George J. F.
Bassett Alta 34.Brown Raulerson, Mrs. B. I Ififl
Mrs. Long. W. J. VariPdore, T. M. King! Willie Mae Crews Walter
Hudson H. D. Phillips Mrs. S H.Pht'nney. .
William W. Ross Belle .
: Long;, E. F. Varnadore Fhronle ICing W. H. Connell
David :
Hare, E Don E. C. : Edward A.
Hayes, Mrs. George Dewey, Pence. Mary E. Brown Josie Lynch O. B. Van deVall'r., MargaretVan : King Mrs. p. s. Collier, R. W. Robertson.
Hlgbee. Mrs. F L. Pence. Phil Blissard, MinnieBrandamOur Lynch Amelia ., de Water, O. Donald Krauss Nannie L. Collier Mrs. R. W. Reddish Hobson
.Hosford, Margaret F.l4tpson. Parker Edna Harry F. Livingston A. B. Wllkle RusfcelWhltfield. Ileble.:: Leila Cates, E. C. Russell ClydeRussell
Flora C. Powell Richard Brown, A. L. Livingston Mrs. A. B. Jess H. Kelly. B. M. Cllne Estelle Mrs.Raymond Clyde
Brown Roxle Long, Vera WhiUlcld. Gertrude Lester, Andrew Crews Robertson.
Heffner. Harry E. Powell, Lucle B. Henry
Blanton, W. D. Reid Arthur
Lester Merle Whittle Martha Lester
Heffnes Mrs. Dorothy Crews S. o
!BessHlronlmus.: Roden, Oble .
Blanton Melissa lester J. C. WlllouRhby, Hugh L. Lundy Rayburn, A H.Randall.
George P. Reilly. Patrick Jr. Clifford Crews Mrs. S. O. W.
Tom George
Byrd ,
Lynch J. C. Whitman Florence Lundy
Yancy Crews
Hartman Ralph jr. Rhodes Mrs. Esther Pauline George w.
Bever S. D. Randall Mrs.
Lewis Albert W. Ware. J. V. Lockett. J. c. Corley.o.H.
L Hartman Kathleen U.j Reltz HermanRollins Sever, Anna Livingstone Miss LorenaWllbar LIchte I : Reddish Era C.
Ellne White William H. Corley. Mrs.:
Hubbard Louwlllle Vetrlce
j Ooslen ,
R. H.
Brcese, Stanley l Lees Willard C.Ludowltz J. P. Llchte M. D. Roth, Carl B.
1 Hlgbee, E. M. Rollins, Mrs. R. H Coffrln Frank A. Carl B.Robertson .
Breese Lera Lue Roth Mrs.
Joseph Wenneshelmer.: John Llndsley D. B. Cadwell. : 'iT'i
4 Lee Alice F.
Hlgbee Rhaby. Burton I J. A. Thomas
Byrd, W.
Long, Mrs. Ellen .Wahrllak( Bonnie Llndsley, Mrs. E.: F, Cadwell Orrla B. Riley, Merle


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: 111111.''iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimi I'rrr[ {t j fe 1-S\! ,nr sled l' This was a
hmlll i Little People of Russia when locations. Indian RII''( i ;IK ra bl'- I u r ,r her i departure' Mi and Mrs tll watch development
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Freeman' Mrs Illp hich changed Mr.lrnuard'
(lE; ; D T NEWS 01<' she was presented by Mrs. Don \\ al1l'l' Cochran ;rom Chester (('on/illlwtl/ Inc /"w'; Strler'nt/ ) I
f en( C. Good, W T, ) i I sent (1 operations hug their choice On their 111'1'1111Ort. \ i F
n ry Ghgl,< Aet Qoode, Mm/: W T' Indian 1 Ilonl Vd''. where he has been Romanello, chairman of the International 11 they wasted no time: buy- Pit 1 who occupied Mrs Child's fII2Iiii -- J. '

;\' 1,'anN Gold Qalloway, W T, River Drive I?eatfd tor a number of years, Relations committee, IIIK The deal was closed that property lust winter will"again
L, T 1 to Tit before the Woman's club In Fort dav They are now occupyingthe take possession for the winter STUART tti j
Br Gold: usvlllp t
: Mil' c; met Mr, L T. Bv VIVA ( IRK I I '
Fierce, Monday afternoon Mrs Stieetei attest house at El- i end spring season. the Coehirn.s CITY COMMISSION I
Gold L, :
r I' E V "minium.i,iiiniinii) !nmiiimiii i: Rudolph Oewert ana son, RueOewerG t. } .
H Gold Mr, L, Bartlett has recently returned died are constructing a winter \
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Si former resident of Walton ( Regular Meeting
:I'I GulledRe, Mr. Alto Candidates For I ,,,1.1 the states after an assignment 1 home next to the Childs holdings
Dr and Mrs, J, A OaXtlln,
Qulledge j; Canal Job came up from Felt Lauder- purchasers I
:3 > )' Alto with the observing I .
commission -
and will be conveniently located 8tOOP.M. '
BW'tr'I( d ale of the Englar homesteadlii : M; ;
"I, ; 1. r Hataway, O D. I The Intercoastil Watl'rwayI Sunday for a visit with Harvey ,, of UNRRA in Kiev, Russia -- --- --- 2nd and 4th '.
Geldtll1, t E Hataway, Mrs 0 D fommlssion is Merwln and other old friends Elclietl have a government i i'
i 1,1)1 a thankless Job She is sister-in-law of Mrs
;' t 11'1111 Hodges J. A, I Hlh no along; the Drive Rue Is now one permit for a dock std work Is I WEDNESDAYSStuart I I ,
, Faun'euth lodges: o. T The ballot Douglas Silver, of Eldred. Albert L. Hackett "
' t gal, \ ot Lauderdales merchants, he row underway,
ir, lodges, J. r, blank I la because Bill Reed, former I ; Mi. and Mrs. H, T, Ebner ofF City Hall I, f ;
;ji;,1 )\ de A, iamertck R, I, commissioner will not run basins: opened) a paint stole Mrs H E. Childs who has been : Bookkeeping and Tax
0\,1)\ recently returned to their C J I 'j
( Umerlclc: Nets I Mrs toseph Casper of Eden the .
nciA c' ealn Resident' along the Delve wending summer nt her Service 1 ." e
; airs! F dolt. Mr. John have asked' Fletcher' Russell Las I returned/ to her home aftersummer home after a three weeks visit home In Greenwich, Conn will Ilorida | Public Always Welcome i iIwit91
'. 8. O. to to their old home In Charleston Stuart
.)Fled J huddle, too) hi* name In the I the in California i I at, rive at her Ankona reside nc'<' +# aIF.1)R> aM" \ "
vacant a11
.,. H )) spnce a stay wltlM's, Ebner'sbl'oth'J' .
:Y\V\\'addell Mrs E. Stroeter --
;: Fan Hataway, J. to become this unpaid elector, I Fanny ol Way N W. West In Summer mound Nov 4. where she> will
IIA Ha Mrs I rato Minn in expected shortly cpind a number ol belnr I .t .
away "Jy, Mr Russell knows his days !" :
.: 1.1,1, JUtaway: R n having been winter river, at her home In Ankona, Prior ville, W. Va. going to Palm Reach 1111 I i ih/ ,' Waterfront PropertiesAlong >
I LJel' Howard, J, w here since he a resident ': to Mm Stiecter taking over this j Mr. and Mrs, E, F Llndetman winter .seasonvh<'I'h" h,1 ;t 04

'' 41'1" I' Hancock, Mr*. LewU) was eight years ; property) It was the Helen E And son Warren E. Linden-nan, again taken un \ l1l'1I''' AI the Indian and St. Lucie rivers! and Hobe .
.,, !'; I Icdcile Hancock: L w, del, and a year round resident apIII'\! Sound, ... ,
I Wood winter from Closter, N J. have plII'chllS-I
residence Preceding
Huzelliei. ,
!: 'J< Wilson and property holder for Ores n Frontage ,
g M Hooks. R L. many I Miss Wood( death, this home ed the South Clark grove at El- !
H' :I' rtv.t sr Hooks Mrs. C Lance yt-ar I-Ie has a learned head and I was occupied many winter by cited. Construction of a foui : Visit The New "

Br '" lRI'F. Holt WIlthelmiT R tongue not afraid to speak out the two companionable women loom cottage hw started the VICTORY HOTEL DINING ,, ,i/ji/, 1.f '
:. 11 l B Hatnwnv R, for the betterment of St. Lucie ,
II is f Jenkins, 'WrM.R. county, understood MI's. Stieetei ; ROOM f ... t "f.
.r. #:" Joyner Mildred This Intf (' will make this her permanent I expansion when mate'lllls11I/ Enjoy Dining in Private t'ie .. v ,G GRaves. r' ; :.
Joyner' Ro co rcoastal waterway Abode. be foithcomlng The Llndermans AtmospherePaul i aw. ,
,. I 1 tr Johns J n, commission Job needs a person' ]{ Mr. and Tics, Larry Simons, came down In July looking over Gerhard z II,
3t Jlle., Mill Avrle with plenty of time one who has farmer ...
I i winter residents of Ed
llscnby, M, D Indian River and its u
I vast faeilltl I (\
I ,, Miller, D, 8 *. for I enlawn now of Fort Pierce and N. .
f :, W. Mtulk J. j commercial and sport i iu ( Mrs Simons brother, Wilfred u. A .
Miller: : at heart and one that JENSEN BLOCK MFG. CO. ? ,
Ce \ I n'et} Mis D 8, I Jones. of Providence, were star \ -,'
tie '- III Myers, J, M (tresses Interest In the pieserva- I Hors 01 Mi mid Mis Dumond
r.iiw ( i flyers, MM J, M. tlon of its bank. *o that greater | Merwln P, O Box 1089 Stuart Florida
t Mlms. and Arthur Phillips, Fit ,
W I!,
u' II J. I bctullflcitlon will influence' .
t fftv Mr and Mrs Simon
Million, James M. I' are
S Standard 8x8 16 inch
Rkl more home
It I l Investments. x f
Myeis, 0, L. the f famous dance team, head
J Myeis Mr?. a L. 1 boars from coast to const,
Moses: J. W I Rep, and Mrs D. H. Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Zoble and CONCRETE BLOCKSPlant ,
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McKenzie, L, A, Fort Pierce. were Sunday visitors I.
11I J J1 McNntt, son Jean 7able. parents of Mrs.
\1 ''JI' t7.N McDougold Charlie, R. I i of Mr. and Mrs Don J. Rom- : L. V. Ebner, have purchased the Located At r

t McDougold. Mrs A I nn,llo. Eldied Other guests entertained \Vhltthi\st properties' / at the

t' 7R' McLaughlin i Hilton recently by Mr. and 1''.tersectlon of Federal Highway Church Street Jensen, Florida
Newhouse Frankle I Mr, Romanello
were member
And the
'; Newhouse'. Mrs. Frankle White City road The __ _
of the Stuart school ------ h -
ta! Br ..r1' Norris, J. o faculty, the fables are from Columbia S, C I
I \ Ij .1 Norris, Mrs. J. 0, Misses Agnes K. Mulhaupt, Mary I end will take up permanent residence ,
"II' Newhouse, H H. 1 Ellen Menlon, Edith Glenn Mi*, In Florida MM

:l New'house, Mrs. II H, i E J, Smith and Harry C. Webb. Ml/ and Mis Leroy Partelow, Rains Fancy Dressed ChickensEVERY

IJ.I Cdom Odom,, Jannette James L. P, Badminton and ping pong games I White Plains, N. Y. and Miss A. BIRD RAISED ON WIRE to

J. )r Priest W E were the diverting amusements I L, Vogel. New York/ city, who
,d ,.1111 H, Pi lost. Maggie Mr and Mrs. John U Men- have been the house guests of Fresh Killed Daily

I ; p u Parker, Julia M nineer and son Malcolm, were Airs Helene Lowrie at Eldied, Milk Fed Tender and Juicy
1 1"j '
A Ba. Parker, W, 8. Sunday evening visitors/ of Mr i I' left: for their :
J H Parsons, 8 C, lespectlve homes "Follow the Crowd" to :
1 I) 11 Pollock, Lois end Mrs Oumond MenUn and : Mondiv Prior lo leaving they ;: ,

'1 W E. Pollock, Cecil Arthur Phillips, at Edenlavn i made a t trip to St Petersburg
:n,, W F,; 'IW Parsons, J, DPnisonx Mr, and Mis Robert E Hardy !I and were entertained: on a deep I CO.
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,.;T PomrtA! .
Ulti .1 Mrs. J. D. whose
I marriage was an event In
I sea fishing trip by their hostess
i r rI Padmtt C L. I 164 Flagler St, Phone 311
Pulsed: Mr*. E L. I t the Methodist chinch In the ,I Their crotch Included birncuda

Pound Beatrice Frances I Navy yards at Charleston W. I kinK and! bonita Others on the ( 'wiry .
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,! :1 Parson Claud D. Va recently, and who have been/ fishing boat were Mr and Mrs.

Hie Parson, Mrs Mertlce tOuring Florida on a wedding F S Bum Mis lowrie's dllugh-

: 11'!, Ida Pan:lull: Billy, FRoland trip before going to their home tei our) .son-in-lawMis For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties
I \ i Ineit Haven Conn, Throughout Martin County
11, Roland, Mrs. L F, we'eguelts r L Bartlett, news reporter -
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11 ,<,I E E Roland, W A, of Mrs Hardy uncle and ) for \\IRA. made an inUicstiiijj ACREGE1!1RASC"tS:
;1/r ;it 1 Roland William runt, Mr, and Mrs H, T. Ebner,, I :cud) I Instinctive talk on SEE II
\1, I lia Roland, Ira In Eldred for a week They left !Srwalls Point Rher-to-Rlvrr Propel tin

\i idl son Roland Mr, Ira t his week end to complete their Starts Relief In 6 Seconds and
Roland, Mr, W. F '
'I"l''I: -I I' R\ I F'r" H Rowel I D tV.Rowell travel over the state. Mrs. i ,from All 6 usual.s a'1 S'I O TTO K UBIN Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Situ

Ih A. ): O: L, Hardy was the former Myrtle f'
I"" Rowell, Mrs D. W. West)10) hu a numbei of cousins I CoJ h* a iS C. B. ARBOGAST
1 nets R. Rollin. B: C. In this vicinity with whom I '
I r'' Rollins Mrs, E:, C, i .' C :D I'RI:>ARAy'I N' I '\
lr : 0' '
othy Gray Shivers. Carl C. ,the couple visited ,, /J.;, Next Door To Stuart News Real Estate WATERFRONT: PROPERTIES Insurance:
;/"' \a, ,w y i!r rC Snvage, W II Mi*, H Ausley and Mis Chas l\1\ ....-.. -
Savage Elizabeth: White of Wauchula were Sunday --- --
I;: tr< I'.II Sn\age Mary guests, of Mrs. Ausley's brolhtr r P .L -- :
J. A
lrId'Ife, Mr. and !Mrs R T
.: 1 I .1 Stalvey Phyllis, W, 0, Johnston, of Walton. I\II'S Auslo\ I I'.

.rude" N, Simmons, JBhlvar has Just returned from II summe
(1 ClintSimmons spent at her mountain horn
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.1 Dorris Swannoah, N. C. Other
rear viHois '- I
8or rolls. Joe 8. .t p
In the Johnston horn 8111.
Shiva'. Kilt
( tic\ I L. Sage, George A. day were Mi. and Mis\ John ('O\I1"\() I II I

)a', U.eh Saunders, H McRae way Ankona. ootAI1 II

;eh th' Saunders Bhlvor DessteTllll Connie B, va' Mrs.. the R.recipient V. Ankeny of of gifts Ankoltll ind I

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m" 11 w Tastula: Mrs w, J, an anniversary birthday dinne I
rrOtl I TastuliV. J. given Sunday by her son-in.Uiw

:'" "IV.. j JI',, 'Tlllls Mrs Frances and daughter Mr, and Mrs Webb I ,
'Y..Al, Taylor T. T.
I 'lies Ord\\'ay, Stuart/ Seated around
"rI"" Taylorfrs.! Constance
MUla the festive board that was centered \
TiiKtall, Hazel
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: 0 :!pi Tillla, Charles with a birthday cake with I II&htrd !
\1': : eo TtlJ) William E. 1: tapers was the honor rl
,. I J Unrtcihiil, C. C. guest and her husband. Mi and
.rte: L'' Underhill, Inez Stuart
Mi and Mrs Harold
1M1.. Debbie Undeilitll. De'lJtonUrliry Mrs Ankeny > Tigers -
M) R Ankeny and son Beiry Fort

Ursry, B E, Fierce, the host and hostess. !Mi I
Dlo;n. r1IECINCT! ; NO, Rltir Ursry, C, E, end !Mis Oidway and their sons. SUPPORT
ami D. Watson, W R
!:, M Louise Watson L, R Jiromle and Ronnie
r:, \ \\atson, J, L. Sawyer Leonard who spent theweek .
: n i d1er Waldron, C, H end with his patents !Mr i vs. THE : I

Al :"nPstn Wllklwn RV., and Mis \V H. Leonard, In Wal- II I

i, Fr1 \\I\ .' Wall Watson, C, T John, ton returned Friday from Orluido -
r,, w (r\ ICA' Wan, Mil Freidi where he accompanied HOME .
*"!. I O. Williams, J, B, !Henry Hall of the Indian River
Lipparj Waldron, Mis C II, Shell Co with whom Mi! Len- Delray BeachFRIDAY
J. T wiks White Sam TEAM !
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[ l, F White Mis Sam
1 J.Mr. I W. Wells, Mn Mary
Js Mi ivy. a Wllklson, !Mis R. W. Vi.it The New ,
: es l s; Weeks, Mis Virginia VICTORY HOTEL DINING '
i Arrn \\pbb, J. M. ROOM
.!a Cecil E. I NIGHT NOV. 1
>L\Q, J Whltakei Enjoy Dining in Private

-! i'i'c V v. --6cicntlflr;; ; Instruments can record AtmospherePaul ,

V Hubert' weights within a hundred Gerhard
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Mr'A Wilma thousandth of an ounce. and

a-oS, Mn EugenIa measui.: thicknesses down tone A NEW BOOK FOR Stuart High School Field-8 P. M.

)an Douglas A, thousand-millionth of an ___ GROWERS. -_
s'n Man Inch
Jins Enoch --- --- sf' rIIWf
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lenb t '
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h1rs :: ,
rnents James
r.nents Jose h J, ;
rl1\ents\ R L. REAL rf :DIO Q ;f
Mrs J. J, \
!l1\ents\ L L, r.! /fit Nov. 15 Fort Pierce at Stuart
!l1\rnts\ A. W. TREES 1iOUTR Nov. 1 Delray Beach at Stuart tt'

'11lents!!lents I. P. ESTATE I Nov. Pahokee at Pahokee Nov. 22-S. Broward at Stuart I

'prey Mrs1ew! ea. '

reney""'eney'eney, W Ruth W C Coo Jr, e 1' This Series of Advertisements Sponsored By 3 '

llry, Frank I ,

UIleron llry, Mrs., !\frs Frank L. C. [ BRUNER'S PHARMACY COLEMAN'S FIRESTONE STORE b,

Sfleron, C, InvestmentsSale


,auBhly, J: A, Throughout '
sothty,: Mr, j. A, Martin County ItuAROCr. e JOHNS

bn. Mrs j, E, :t MINNI.NGE"j" j <

Mr,. j' A' W. B. $22.,5.0

ltnlaiq A Cloth $3.50| Paper c

''nntaln J : D A.: j T,. J Jr. Building Order from "Athletic Sports, Build Man power for Our Community"T "'

ether:other: : C H. M B.' PHONE 161 Edwin A. Menninger"The a

JUnlaln. Edward Home Phone 158.M Flowering Tree Man" r
tune Florida
w. p Stuart, ,
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, THE STt'AKT NEWS. STUART Martin County. lltKll. ) \ 1 III'RSI)"M. OCT. 31.. 1910 _._ J

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;1 .,: f .t:1: I : 12 o'clock is striking for all Americans !

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:,' f A lady well qualified has spoken with authority; she has said:

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: "It has been a long fight to put the control of our economic -

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:1': .> system in the hands of Government, where it can be

adnlinistered in the interests of the people as a whole.


11' TT T"rv: "1(' m'irts'' "''f ''he I 1"1', '''' ::11"I'i ::i Ii< st, a-f'! In tin iii| <',1 xiim llu, TV lady: hall lIaM 1 (Ms tike-over !I" "in the interests of the pi ") ,, 1
i -.-. \\/iNiu,111// i iubh|/ and I not |'U''): i 1lcltl. PUllIng i 11111'.1. ""f ,"UI' VccilltlilllrT <' LET'S REVIEW u 'few of the Mnt our I hll.in.'SBxtim\( has don. for \I lio:i', .' I am opposed|' to that statement because it just isn'l t s", I I'

system in the h in U of Government; i N sime( thing I the' public should the i ia'oplc. Then lot 1 \ review what Government has dun. /'" the people]> .
? Are better[ ,lumlxluMiab ',
I Have' you had any measure of success you a j I '
have a lot to say about : and it shuuldn happen: unless the people. knowing
CASOtlNE The petroleum industry has reduced the prkt of good Jt: olin. dnver're :you a I better salesperson, a etter manu fa'II1I" )
what they are doing, to it. The beginning of wisdom is calling things
agree! consistently] since 1930. The actual [.riie of gasoline today I.i Uc a gullon jou any ambitions or ideals! any plans for yourself and voui I tutu
bv their right names. Our "economic hYllt'm" is all our IIII im'"IIII'ti\.itietl. What makes the price over 20c )Federal] and state taxes )levied directly upon children7 Tramp on t hem right now'! You are not POIIIR anv II I ,
When the people of this country realize just what it will mean to them you, the Lu 'erl Did Otnernmrnt bring gasoline: down to 141' a gallon: NollUKlnpu < your
control of business the I IC ,
down when the long iijjit to put in t
when Government takes over all business activities, they will tight it tooth did It. Did Business slap taxes on Caroline to make the retail price !
finally enl! with business in the hands ol (,;0\1'111111'1,
over :2Ur: a gallon? Nol? Government did It A ernment !
and nail Tht'will I sec their liberty and their freedom going down the "
will have the 'colleeUMst; btate It will collect- will
take-over )'ou : you (gll "
drain, if the is achieved )Every; citizen must understand and
EUCTRIC CURRENT ('on.i tenll)', throughout lln ountr)'. the rates for domestltsnd I '
tell others; what this means. That why. as a citizen, I am Hiving the ,I industrial" power and light| have lien r..
"take-over plan the pitiless publicity. it deserves. munltus now (enjoy rate an low an lho.e of metropolitan diitrlils Did the
Government do this? Sol Business did It. .IT IS TWELVE O'CLOCK NOW IN AMERICA!

Like you, I am 100' for any pre>|>osal that is for the interest of the
people. Like you, 1 am 100' ( opposed to the proposal I for Government; RAILROADS. During the first World War the Government took over the rallroadf It is row! a race between education and catastrophe!
They mere operated| at a loss of tl,GOO( ,000,000 "fy/ lie pulilichur.I The )people
control of our business system because that control will lake away nil theliberties "
were taxed to jay the loss! that was Government control] During \\orld\
American business mut, t state its case and state it now. :\o mall"I.
that are the constitutional right of even citizen : I I.
War II the railroads were not taken over by Government The rllilroads did afar
bigger job of moving men and material than in the first World W'sr They i its: better than his inform ition. The American people want into) i ,
Senator Byrd of Virginia: sued;: up) the situation exactly when he said:
paid the Government $4600000000 In taxes! Business management, not Already' they shoevidence of being aware that those they on" '

Government management did that! implicitly' have tiled to fool>l them unmercifully.' The American i I'" ''i;
born of
Th* people must realir. this dictatorship Is not a thing
flu anything, if will only tell them why ?Tut they' must le told 1
It connived ten when the "New Dealer Into you
wr w s YUrI ago cam RADIOS In ]1920:: radios were a luxury. When radios went into mall pro offiea( and stealthily tiptoed toward the abandonment of governmentby millions of 11 o| le had far I helter radios fcr $.j than hand tailored.production
th* people Under thes war power they Invo the authority to gave for '.50. Did Government do this; ? N ollt! was done by Amorlran Oualness. Tho best brains of America should plan a forthright; nitionwi,
da what they have always dreamed of-19 take co.tiplet* control! of ut traight-froni-the-sliou! education The businessmen of our "

the fortunes. d th* conduit. of every citizen. ..' AUTOMOJILES. In 1103( BUtomol,Hes were luxuries By 19:1:1.110': : ( 01 the .orld. should! stand up and I he heard from The labor Riders of our count i r. '

"lIr.'I'rp owned by Americans; I the hest cars in the world at the lowest cost! blend up and be counted Their opinion should be expressed opcnh!
This "long fight for Government control was engineered behind the Can'e thank Government for this? :Nol; A. the price of automobiles went

O0 iron curtain in \\ashmgton It was not a "long tip,it" in the open. The down Government rained the taxfrl! Today a thou_and-dollar car .csrrie, Liberty., in the land that gave it birth, (cries for ejefenieis': A\i u?
(Pifilin: : Bunln makes btttir lower the Government
taxes M a car at a price:
._ people were unaware of what was' happening their liberties They were taxes it I regarded the wisdom of I lincoln and \\ ilson. Lincoln said: "Et'rnal I \ '

lulled into a false sense of aecurity that all was well), and that superior '. the price of Liberty,"' Wilson .wild: "The history of liberty is t 11 hI '

minds would take ('al'of everything OTHER PRODUCTS. Het.. een ]19.6:: and 1941, vacuum cleaner prices dropped IK' : of limitation upon the powers of dovernment"
electric .refrigerators 54' ?. electric Irons 61',; Automobile tire mileage increased
4, P The 1 present plan to tuke over nil business the system by which all our from In.OHO miles to JS 000 males;! HI the prle! of tires dropped| | I J6' ; or more.Fie Everybody has a stake in this vital question: Can politicians a11l11"I
wealth has been (eraitc'd( involves. you and c'j.. izen of this republic \ thousand refrigerators were made in 19.1:: Almost ..000,000 were made ,
75' of whom created check and of wheurneil i '
crate, never a pay most \ "t
I Everything you own in 1 the way of proper): and all savings you have in 19)3:) The |prince dropped| from over $5(0( to I..... than 110(1( per unit. In !1MIO.
made bv: your own effort will be. t taken from you. the telephone was a luxur>'. Now. GO' of the world telephones! are In AmetU! as much as they nt e now paid with your income tax mone I ,'
Our telephone coat is the world lowest fur the world finest service! 1I'Ilnllportation"te1l1| of our country" Can they make automol:'

Hating once captured the Government and shelved th* Supreme they' run the electrical industry, ? ('an they run the food industry?: 1 K(, I' '
IJul I Ilit .\f ir Itralili this? .N.: lmrrn.an lluiinriKlilHt II il ,litrtliaaII how they tried make of htiU.
to hl'al'city-by killing
Curt, w* would nationalis.go many larrall'ld".I'i" as we could thew an economy i I""
\Ve would do it peacefully if possible. and. <1 otherwise if necessary" III/IPM ,/ill"
train IVtl ta i'ISO. ""r .\,,, ,,,,,il inrotiiv mitf.tK.,.'><><>,OHO.OHO: be accomplished by vvisie Th'y attempted to do it bv sjenl I
The I take-over will include (all t the gnuerv Mores, markets, inunufai luring "
billion: of your doll tis in the d ivs of exjx>nmentation :\011'' ,

plants publishing businesses' life insurance companies. real estate, stocks> This; it Ilir ,.uminnn rullh, t',,,u'I'I//uurliutinrtt. mrt'ma-lisp. / profit u litI power mad and want to spend everything in Aml'rlca-inchlllln, '

bonds, and mortgages All business ill now earmarked for complete control .... ranii,inr.ni. In that .>.,teir, there are plenty, of loan 1 taken thing you have
hv:' Government; This will set up an entirely new type of management but never collected by "law" from the Uxpajers

political management rather than Know-how management.
Noir u.lint lid (,u>.rrntm.nt iloui.- tin (,<'''vrnnn'nl lliol proposes/

The I Government; take-over means that people I Knowing nothing whatever IH fiiA> ester our Hit si in'til **,> .;<'in and run ilv IT IS TWELVE O'CLOCK IN AMERICA!
about production will be in charge of production and people knowing

nothing whatever about distribution! will Le in charge! <,' distribution. INCOME TAXES. Between 1933) and 191)), the Government collected 'from you\ "
I be and other individuals . . . . . a,360oOOOOO The long fi !ht to take over all I'usmess is a Je-open family:' 'Ijut i
Everything :you own as an individual will taken away from you and
It bulls right down to this: If you want your fl't'Cd01l1fight the "I i al
made Government frojertjAll During the same period, of years it collided In '
]Hut remember) Once "socialize" this .
corporation income taxes . . . a,701OOOCKMJ( ( ( ) we nation at an election, wvu'"desocialize" l.

owner of stock. bonds, mortgages, Ian In, building or equip In Ibquor taxes . .. . ... .. .. .. 869.'OOOIH)0 it at the next.
meat shall be required to surrender th.nIn return" for Common In to)'acco taxes . ... . .... . . 4,oofi,oon.ooo(
wealth Bonds" That Is a total of over . . .. , (20,000,000.0o( There won't be any next election' '

The quoted statements are declarations of intent by high Government; These' figures and 1 facts are all prew'ar-no figures given deal with the justiAal I :?)any heads of Anlerkan Business art hesitant about( spenilni "

ollieials You did not elect them They were "appoi',ted" And all of them costs of war and \l over all Arm'Hi'an Business, do with this twenty billions of dollars enough l They afraid the "
lire people who have money' in the business win' :''
solemnly swefte to defend the Constitution and liberties! How
your t11l'YaLidt'd money to run the country 'for tin p'ars7 Did they run the country for Un ,
bv their oath and how they plan to sell you down the river is: revealed year. on that money? Nol! They lorrowed IJO! .000.noo! .000 more, treated opposed to advertising above in their own word hundreds of new Government admits, established! i scores of so-ialled "(io\'l'rn. should write to the i Ares:dents of insurance companies in which \ ni I '

sent Corporations" set up subsidy |IJrogfllmM. and lurid millions of people tonsure policies, and to the hea's of every' business in which your room, ,'.
The I size. of the prize our business system has not I c'n appraised I hyman ,.. the vote and I keep I bureaul'rll"y in powir invested and tell them tj do something about this great public (jue" ''I
)' Americans It is not to evaluated in terms of what it is plants,

tools, machinery, equipment, und buildings Its true value lies in what it government |paid subsidies of over four I billion ilolla-8 to control the supply Labor, too, should figli the "tike-over" tooth and nail. \\hcnom'"
j( fond! You well' \\hogotthesubsidymoneytind: shy :Ouh.ldlpl: !
'him dune and what it ('(110 under the direction of having the know- may accomplished labor will have ,
men ( nothing more to and will do prewhit "'
s sere |paid to keep down the ] rices of meats, dairy products, and i other rood say
how to produce America, economically, is today the sum! total of what our out you paid| for them perhaps more than you could I have paid If I rices had it is told to do.

business system" has done Here, is an appraisal j from outside America: lain established hy the law of supply["| and I dimanihiit! did I an 01'\1 thief
coy about this? He said: "\\e are in the bus uss of Intrrf'rlnlllllith the law All the businessmen of America should, actually, get together

"Th* U. S. has 6% of the world s area and 7% of its people It has (;O% of supply| ), and 1 demand; thi res' no 'question about that" llieru. you have a with but one purpose :n mind-to practice the "eternal vigilance"

of telephones. 80% ol' the motor cars, 35% of the world. ,railroa. shining example of Government management 1 needed to protect the liberties of the people and the freedom of

It produces 70'% of' the world oil 60'% of wheat and cotton, 50'% of enterprise that gives every man and woman In America a chance togo
copper and pig ion. 40% of coal and lead It has eleven billion dollars high
na as ov n ceiling It is to be hoped and prayed that
In gold It has two-lhid. of the world banking resources Tho pu,.
chasing power of Its people I I. greater than that of all the people of such n movement to exorcise vigilance wul spring into being It will
Europe or all the people of Asia Responsible leadership which cannot have but one client-t'le people of the nation. It will have but one

translate. such a bulging economy 'Into an assured prosperity is !Did business advocate this deficit financing lint destiny( by debt7o! product to sell-the Constitution of our country and its Bill of Rights

destitute of capacity But. pompous. statesmen looking over the estate Government did it''! Was. it in jour interest it to your interest to have
solemnly declare that the methods by which it was created are all jour income tax raised and the money wastedTo live under insolvent Industrial managemert' has too long overstressed the value of tilew-i.!
wrong. ought. to be abandoned must be discarded and that the time while others have been affecting public
I bureaucratic ? To interest that large of opinion.
has come to substitute. political management for Individual initiative government jour a group politician:

I and supervision There is only one way to characterise that proposaland and ideologists, without any Knowledge of how to run a business profitably, Whatever is right can be achieved through the powerof
that is as just damn foolishness." take over the system that has made this country great? awakened
: and infori'led opinion, We should not consider whether

I I I II It was the editor of the London Sphere who made this appraisal When and J If f Government I Iii the Center of Control of[ Business Activities, a be thing done can be done, b, t whether it ought to be done. If it ought to
we should the forces
I I It should have bten made long ago by the leadership men of industry of :Medicine, Law, Schools. Science, Church, and ALI the I I'l'i"&tertiy& !- eu of publicity. Then public opinionwill
> compel it to be d You
and labor in these United States! ties of Men and Women-That :Means the End I of Your Liberty and tint /Ion! in ne can be sure there is still a majority
\ i -- America who want liberty 1 and freedom preserved 1

i This expressed viewpo'nt' I 15:; own responsibility paid for by and is in connected identified with
my me, no way or any group, organization, or com ')any, Telling this story to the American

people is a job that si.ould: be done by our business system itself, What is said heio, is: said.!in': 1j>ehop_ .. <: that our business system will recognize its re r-o:1sibilil: and proceed at once !to tell

the people of the U. S. A. in a broad scale advertising program, |just what this tale-over means to the people. "Error of opinion may be tolerated when reason is left free to combat it."

PermunonaherebYSrentedtomvrautoreprndthneJvr. . This Afessage\ is Published in Martin' County By
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neelrpr .t hid awn reprne seen ,n.'m.n'' Inr Ihlprnervnnn
nxrrun.l Lb"ly, anJ Freedom of 11 torM"DI E F H U T T 0 N
,....Thr,, Government. h., over. 9UroU...eropaendu", .
,01 '"hlour t. mo".v \\ tho PA"i
'o.rlV"h..I"d.r."Or.Conol"\f"o"'O vur"per.'xulI Theodore Dehon:: & Son Y.
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THE STUART NEW!! STUART., Martin County, nORmA THURSDAY, OCT. 31 1948 rAG? 11ITf., TcII(.

NEVIS -t News Hems for lhl paper must reach the n wtptuilding >"

J "fOAL i- and_ Happenings of the WEEK IN .STUART NIRSiTRACYRTINE3 gelr Editor' ,'I

I I I Itfl1< t.U\'S OBSERVE: I Mr. and Mrs. Webster Ordway, chapel at 9:45: Sunday mornings David C. Marshall, attorney T| Akwt.wn.u. t'

57TUSSI'EItSAItl' Mayor and Mrs. Jack Coleman on Osceola avenue. Mrs. Henry from Daytnnn Beach has reniir'<< '

1 I Mr and I Mrs. j. L. Rosburycelebrated I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Iloldcn and Wilson is the teacher( pflees; In the Greene Bull lufl,. From where I sit..// Joe Marsh :,
; their 57th e
wedding Mr. and Mrs. Sam Austin.TEF.S e- I' I
nnnlversary last week at the I I ,
L L. C. Frohman, chief
home of their daughter Mrs.Edward AGE GROUP GAVEPARTY engineer Carol Ann and Patricia I I '
aterial I rf the F.E.C. Ry. and William '
Demske. I Friendship-Three
the Majestic AT CIVIC CENTER Illll assistant engineer who are I Schwartz after spending a week ,
npartments. They came to Stuart The members of the Teen Age
visiting their Mr.
In charge of the construction of grandparent Y
from Detroit 30 years ago group gave a dancing party Sat- I Thousand Miles Apart
Still I Scarce M'llrr and I Ilia cutoff from Fort Pierce to end Mrs. Andrew O. Pittman ol
I Is are well known from then urday night at the Civic Center.
BUT I activities\ In the business and More than 160 were present. Canal Point, were in Stuart Fri] 1 California avenue returned to Ever; piny chwi !It'. a greet chw.bo.rd. And the Knf1Uk. ..ii

: civic life of the community. Chaperones were Mrs L. Ashby day I t.iclr home In Miami Beach Sun- ( nine I One of t the strongest t f rlrnduliips writes him that he does the. .....

Arbogtut Mrs. Carl Roth Mr. e- 1 by with their parents, Mr. and I know i>f Marled with a gam You know, It', almost M It we .I'

tasa: Lumber : NEXT:: SUNDAY IS sn and Mrs. L D. McElfresh of Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Stanley O. Burt, Mrs. Arthur Schwartz. of rheM-between Dud llmltim, in shared. a glsne! of .beer toctthcr. ,

Co. "KAMILY St'XDAY". AT Beach Mrs F. M. Kramer who have spent the entire sum our town and a man named Dalton too!" aayt Dad contentedly.From .

:MLTIIOUIST ('lit Ittll Miss Smoette Mr. and Mrs. Robert mer at their lormer Home, Cincinnati Bnrncx, in England, where I lilt, yon ealt tnt
"Fill the Family Pew" will be < Garner and Mrs Ernest are returning tomorrow Pvt. Ray Mink of Boca Raton each other, bout diplomacy and farelfn policy -

; U Still Doing PHONEt6To Supply You the slogan at the Methodist Ricou. to their home, 1032 Riverside Air Field was a week end guest They've met.never But for seen the past eight ,but it'i often those little thlsgs
church Sunday morning when I Drive St. Lode Estates. ol his brother-in-law and sister chess -like a game of chess or a glen
) the pastor the Rev. W. O. Al- Dl'TCII TREAT LUNCHEON ... )Vr.\ and Mrs. Henry Kindred ol year they've been playing Dad of beer-that can make for t Ur-
by mail together- puzzling;
dridge. will speak on "As For C'LfB Eldorado Heights. | nee and understanding be.
Mr. mid Mrs. E. H. Latham over Dullon'a latest\ letter,while he
I Me and My House We Will The Dutch Treat Luncheonclub I Jr., of West Palm Beach were sends'! H chart of hit next move to tween people of all nationi. .between

Duets Grains I Serve the Lord." : met Thursday at 12:30: at I guests over the week end of Mr. Co!. Dave Woodbury of Fort I England. neighbors here at home!
ic Atomic of WisdomA The 7.30 p. m. service will be Chlsholm's Drill for Mid Mrs. AI Shrigley. ? Lauderdale and Ernest' Eadey otSijartanburg
IK-Kt with
Dud thinks a
Is the another of the popular Seth end then went to Mrs. S. C. were the week alwsys cftk 541:1:
Laugh Bursting Of A Smile e I nivlluw glass of beer beside his
Parker evenings, entitled "Fam- enshel's home to play lunCheon. rid guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
,will burst with dismay if you fail to take advant ly! Worship at Jones Corners." I I Present were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman Armor of Eldorado Heights.Dr. .

of the values at the Stuart Feed Store The pastor reported a dedication st)1s) Mrs. Boyne McPherson Mrs. end her mother of Charleston -- C.prjAI.19,tinted States Brewers, FmnfatimSTUART

,e m and meet Kenny and Jack, the boys with the service Wednesday evening1 I'I L., M Johnson Mrs D S, Hudi W. Va. were guests Sunday of and Mrs. K. Winflcld Ney _________ It

nit mind and the famous sixty smiles an hour at the new home of Mr. and Airs 'i i son Mrs. H. H. Hipson, Mrs. I Mrs Tracy Martyn on their way of Riverside Drive St. Lucle Estates -

ice. L. Van Ness In Palm City. A mo- ''j i Edgar: Martin and Mrs. Earl to their home In Coral Gables had as their week end I
Manure toiciule left the 'Rlcou. from her mother's home In guests Mr. and Mrs. Eberl Pow-
HAVt- Sheep Goat Manure, Vigoro, church at 7:30: High score prizes were
f Men). last evening. I jMRS. j! I'.on by Mrs. Hoenshel and Mrs. Charleston. c I of St. Petersburg.It .

,ICU want rote buihct Now is the time to order ------ Judson. I Mr. and Mrs.-C-- Landlng- ,
Casper .
in week, Df.NStOMBi;\ : HONORS I II has been estimated that a ?wrrsdy ,
0, Delivery; one mother, .
berger I and her Mrs H.D.
:MRS. SWANNMrs. ELSIE IIEYBOERCEIFBRATES earns of bees when It leaver r y rV
cu 11 > troubled with ineecU on your flowers cr Carroll Dunscombe enter- '[: : : BIRTHDAY I Shateen, of Winchester, Mass.are tie mother hive. consUtutt;
!en. see u. for your needs us we have so i,, arriving Friday to spend the
many tallied !i ifollowed Elsie 1,000 to 6.000 bres.
Wednesday at luncheon i Heyboer celebrated her
i i. impossible to list them _._
? that here At savings winter at 203 Seminole avenue. ----- w
by bridge honoring Mrs. t third I birthday anniversary I .- --WlIIiII ., .
I r.
Edward: Swarm on her birthday Thursday Oct. 24 by entertain. ,
weeds Mr. and Mrs Robert Peck left Visit The
in New
with rusty: lawn aroundpla
jublc your or anniversary at her home Rlver- ing her little friends with a party
| :. if 00 take advantage; of the reduced price s'de' Drive St. Lucle Estates. I I at the home of her parents Mr. |j: Saturday for their home 1nFaston VICTORY HOTEL DINING

need killer They arc guaranteed te work if you Guests included the honoree. end Mrs. William J. Heyboer, of'I;' Coon after visiting her ROOM
i mother, Mrs. J, Edmond Forgy.
directions. Enjoy Dining PrivateAtmoaphere
low :Mis W E. Ingersoll Mrs. Albert Jefferson avenue, Port Sewall.I l lI .
for fortnight at her home Em- t
8ARTS. Were $2.98 Now $2.50 Fn'k.' :Mrs. Richard Alter
-- -save 48c Hupfel. Mrs I playing games out doors \
erlta Sewall's Point.
ILF PINTS-were $1.00-Now .75-save 25c James; H Smith. Airs. H. W. Bes- they had a beautiful birthday i ---Paul-Gerhard
JTE PLEASE: You make us happy by stopping in (I'-y. !Mrs Otto O. Hupfel. Mrs. I cake decorated In pink lighted ---w

F te us We make you happy when you see the Lloyd 1 C. Travis and Mrs. Tracy with pink candles and served I I BOAT RENTALSFrazier

|ng by making UI happy. :Martyn Prizes for high scores u.t th Ice cream Favors were Halloween BOAT and MOTOR '

id-mbei Martin County Chamber. of Commerce.HRISTMAS. -we received( by Mrs. Falk Mrs. ] hats. Quests were Billy : Creek at U. S. Highway No. 1
Travii., ;and Mrs. Ingersoll. AGuest end Fred Merritt John Maxwell, I (Hear of Gulf Filling Station)

\ sift was presented Mrs. Julia Kilgour. Pamele and Connie !
Swann 1 Cross and Joval Howard OVERHAUL 14-FOOT INBOARD BOATS FOR RENT

/ Also attending the party was
I SIR. AM: JIBS' SIIRKiLKYii.m : Mrs R. T. Jackson, Mrs. Ronney
,+ a T : PARTY Cross and Mrs Ralph Merritt. I FOR RIVER FISHING ONLYBY

Mi and Mrs. Al M Shrlgley
1 /live ,i party Saturday night al I :lilt AND MRS. IRELAND i HOUR-DAY-OR WEEK
SNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210 i hen home. 411 Akron avenue. I iI\E BINGO PARTYMr. Phone 33 Stuar., Florida Box 96 M L. (Mac) McKillip P. O. Box 796urdtne's
guest included their house I and Mrs. Carroll Ireland
i uests :Mr ;and Mrs E H. Lat- I entertained Saturday night with 1 1------ --

I ham I M: oi WePalm: Beach, ;a: bingo party at their home In
:- the Rue apartments. Ouests ins
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i eluded Mr. and Mrs John U. I
I Mcnnlnger: Mr. and; Mrs Arthur

1 Drhon. Mr. and Mrs. Price

fim l li 1 French Mr. and Mrs. Charles

WILL SOON BE HERE: ; John and Mrs. Elizabeth Ma- i

derla. .
I Values 110 Change/ In Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Brown and
I' son. Valmore went to Memphis,
Real Ehtate011: ':.cnn. last week to visit rela-
Know How They tives. Mr. Brown flew back Mon- own _

day to resume his work In theStuart
Have Risen Lately.
d ImS'T01..: HELD: dt

:Moid; IRE: INStR-\: I Arthur Llllyblad has arrived
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EASY | from Chicago to spend! the wlnter -
d Y O V: ItIlOl."t I
\S(E: ON I, and work at the Sunrise

SPECIALS :? A few Extra : Inn.

L.I dies' and Men' Watches ,I Dollars Will :Mean k -. [
Dot Law who has been the ri'
(,old Dresser Seta TH n l' SANDS IF
j guest of her grandmother, Mrs
Watch Bandtladies'
Yellow and Pink Gold
HUE DOES COME;\ b J. L. Brown In Lake Butler! has \ I
( and men's) N
returned to her home on Illinois
Lockets and Crosses Welh'le COMPLETE
avenue and Riverside Drive.
: : Protection. ___
and Engraving e-
Watch Repairing t I'
Om Week Service-One Year Guarantee Mr. and Mrs. Zack T. Mosley,
ED MAPP .s, ,, and son Bob, are spending I I
two weeks ; the guests of Major
tvery: Kind of '
: ii'id Mrs. Bert Krueger awaiting -
Jewel j N(
Stuart Shop j Insurance the completion of their new 7arhi
Phone 19 P.O. Arcade In .J' mCELEBR'ATES48VEARS
....:I l-,5me the Broadway Section !
C'If< St. Lucie Estates

----- i Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Bennett,
---= milnl
., who have spent the summer in
>Nr.rdl. '
S.oartanburg: N C. returned -

Thursday to their home on HIbiscus OF .
Beach DirectoryWHEN
Palm Road St. Lucle Estates

I i i -
IN WEST PALM BEACH Dr. John Whltlcar and his ,

i have arrived from Ocean City, : ...
HAWTHORNE N. J, to spend the winter at '

JEWELRY DELK SHOP .EI cmao MOORE TO .EI MORE" ROOFING CO. their home -e In Port-Sewall. HURDINla't>1 I: "c1.lr'I! ; ila1-$((1l lVirlluI.iv I 1))' roilcilivMliiijS ', : :; FLORIDA'" I

3S5u OI'TICIANS, -:- OPTOMETHISTS Mich., and are the guests of Mrs. il* vas: tvi-otirve lo your *crvu-c. Al HurJine'ain C r' YI x
CLEMATIS and OLIVE Doyd's brother-in-law and sis '-

Sohrccni ter. Mr.: .'fost and, of Mrs.Cleveland Thomas ave- Miami, liml* : nc' Lincoln; [RaatlIiJmi( \ HcJcli), A
9n' '

I Locksmith Service& Bicycle I nue.C. and Hiirilme'Vet, I'.ilm lu\u-li )you will (find every ,. .
512 Clematis St. &: LOCK The Presbyterian Sunday
First St. -:- Phone 7890 411 Datura St. West Palm school have organized a nursery the welch *
Furniture andFurnishings l Anything Israeli Phone W. P. B. 6750 cass, of children aged two and nicmljcr) of lliii fast organization: always on t. flat w Fa.fpiderdafe j
House We repair .
three years old, to meet In the rn
...,- .. f' e '
in llu, ,
_-: -- - ----- -- to inal-c your .nlorpnitf more 1lcH.1l1L..AlHl ( (? 1 Y

ojo.; Miami 5eecA ,

not loo tliilanl f til tiro, anollicr .HurJinc' wijl l b1 c at aMiemd + (

WHEEL BALANCING )your service\ ,,,_..!.i't tort Lluderdale1"S y r .. .. ;.t, I

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"t t.J, ," -it ,ila.J ,i..V=-, ...". \a", Urtln County t.'LORIDTIUn..I{; :; 1, OCT. 31, t(+fl

.- -- .. Mrs Bert Sword, Mrs,, 'i .jI
', N Y vie ted Mrs Lydid D. Qulgley | ry Mrs Edit(!-o (( ,
I rev to MI- 3. C Morse, Mrs, C C Jacobs I ha Whit'j I, ati=1 1Ir
: Outline Problems enioute \1'
ngineers 'tewart( \
JAYCEE I MIR J. P Wllbar, Mrs J. L Tl'r-1 M..,
) I I ml for the winter f( "I",( '
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Edwin L. Bishop U ,
and Mrs '
With 'Chobee'A
n Connection COMMENTS last week -- '
,1 ''Ilf Cashier, N C. spent ---

:, l'-- I : \eid with Mrs, Mary Chandler.
of ;, 'tloll o if( life and properly! I recently bought a home in SEE US FORRefrigeration
the FARM 1 long I (, 1IH< .pal'fl I I ) IegtlIOn i i 11 Monday's meeting/ found They
; on Is n ('essHi\ ,to( piopeilv ( hurricanes, the best In- Minml,
J Bill Steffens of Hobe Sound asa Scott en and
.-- ntiol Luke Ok 'echobee BCullnt. \ '' of agrlcultuinl activities Mr and Mrs J P Serviceor
I 1 It 10 tin United sltor: to the semi-montl Mi and Mrs K R. Knixcn of

ililmci) D. pi MipcivUliiRencv ) the maintenance of neces Tajcee meeting at the Court lake Park called on Mr and any type ofREFRIGERATION
R WH ATS THE IDEA, ( JUST A which !todnissued i navigation depths! In the Mrs. C. L Mooney SundiyI
Htuse As the evening progress-
SCRAPING THAT FILE ) DEMONSTRATIO Mowing I statement cm the lake's -Cross Florida Wa rd the Jaycees' derided to make ]I I and Mrs 8 E Lane of

'i ON MY TRACTOR? I KIND SIR :tier pi'obi emu: I The St. Lode and Cal- (I, the painting of Stuait "STOP Palm City called on Mrs Mary REPAIRS

I "Since completion of the Lake Canals connecting Street and associated sheet Chandler! Sunday. O L. Hays in charge of this
I III I dept,
D ceechobre levees and control
Okeechobee with the At- I signs their latest work project, Mr and Mrs S D. Bever arrived I
Irks in 1937, the United States I I HOUSE WIRING AND
for all Jaycees CONTRACTING
A call was made after spending
and Oulf coasts, respec II I Satu.day ..
H-lncei Office in icksonvllle I to be at the city hill at two the summer In Pontiac, Ill., Alton
ti Ys.' "' ,H regulated Lake OkerrhobeeneaiK are parts of that watcr- Hunsinger j
start work
o'clock yesterday to ,
.f "IN possible between and also the two outlets for Mrs MAry Chandler ana Mrs
on the sign\ palnt'nj! ; project.Have called on St. Lucie Electric 1
.M I Ih Moileiwen
from the Ecstatic
Nt, xiitioii 14 and 1 17 feet Okee- discharge noticed the nice work Co
I'' you and Mrs.
Mri Stanley Kitchlng
:obee (l1 t im Tint range of : ,
accomplished? Old Dixie at Camden .i.iI
,ll'tuatlOl1I ,.s ,id >pled after "In combination these outlet": r r :I, Laura Biss in Stuart las week Avenue

!loti '- i I.:itch study. as i nl it( most near- capable of discharging about Under the latest Sate Jaycee Mrs, O H Johnson and Mrs. Stuart Oldest' Elec. Shop 11"1" I n .
.,. Ideal t hI son( the purposes of cubic feet per second from p O Smith entertained with a I
rfulaMon" there: me two &tut
f h' take which is sufficient to iioik shower, honoring
.-s: reotois, which made It ncce! --- .
a the home of --
Smith at
the lake stages about one Donovan
GRIT AND SLUDGE IN OLD f SEE Visit The New per month During rainy ary for the Stuart Club to elpiH Mn, Johnson Wednesday afteii I II I LISTEN TO

GEAR LUBRICANTS CAN WHAT Yeti VICTORY HOTEL DINING the area of about 5,000 another member to accompany noon. Mrs Smith received many Ii i
Paul Young Dr. Font was Riven I I
ACT UK A FILE TO MEAN ROOM miles which is tributary beautiful gifts after which refreshments -
I I "* the Board Dllectois
ls honor by ol -
DAMAGE TRACTOR GEARS Enjoy Dining in Private the lake discharges Its wales I were served to Mrs'

AtmospherePaul I the lake at a rate in excess !I Shelby McCulley, Mrs Carlo
'' Gerhard the capacity of the outlet 'I Mario Mrs Fred Pedeisen Mrs
: Paul Young, Ben\ Rcddlnj; and Mrs J, A Alh-
When this condition oc !Bobby:
lake stages rise in spite of living Kanarek are heading! tneStuait man, Mrs, A L BI'own.Irs: Sallie F: r "
delegation! to the hate fAcu'e
cp I discharge until the ] Anderson Mrs Fred Stiller.
G : Jim Reardon Jr. Jaycee! conference (Ihl' Sit. '(':iv 0
water Is stored In the lake Mis Oeoige OllndrrsonfI'S.
i In St. Augustine Thee 1 ..
-- ivcss.THAT'S Life Insurance and Annuities the tributary inflow has plenty of room for any ,i, jree :..,:
r'ohlo, ,l-n sal r TH., 140 reduced to a quantity less ,
who would like to ride ov" i"it Visit The New Every i
the outlet capacity of the
Ml\'\RI PI_A, and attend the confe.ei! re
'. The stored volume of wa- I way VICTORY HOTEL DINING Mon, Wed, Fri,.
Let them know in advai l'I ROOM
is then reduced by natural

WHY YOU SHOULD DRAIN, FLUSH AND REFILL losses or by further 'I ; Enjoy Dining in Private WIRA I
This weeks mall found 1 be' $
m REAR AXLE WITH SINCLAIR OPALINE/ GEAR (! through the legu- ,, first; application and ch "k to AtmospherePaul Gerhard Y
lI- Long which cover the associate mem')" 'ship -- TA6S 9:45: A. M. 1 '
( A YEAR WHICHEVER COMES FIRST/ -> periods exceeds during rainfall of the Jaycees from Osc,a lol,n-
S'fC.ULTSINCL son of the Johnson House ( ur
: it necessary to depend on
congratulations to you 11rrlm-
:; lange of fluctuation of at
-CIfor being the first public RARS
1912 3 feet( Although many lo
spirited citizen of Stuart ?'
interests have de- nnp earl
expressed rt1Zt ,
r >: foi this years mem', ,r lip)
]es for change in (the
a policy S RANK
1Ses m'Ive. Don t forget J1': oil i
regulation between' 14 and 17 :. 'Th.FronyP pgRkfR
ere over 35 of
s years tin K rkl
Specialize some desiring higher eleva '',ant to help your Jayci' <(("hi w POLsr 110V tier,
and some desiring lower '
(1 check for $500 t t". meno "t thur
or nji"(
InRentals It is still evident that
,JAYCEES. Box 232 Stui,+ 'O!'., '' ::
best interests of the ma- r 'a
)\ are served by the existingi [
5 i nae of stages :1111I1111I111111111I11111111111111 1i1l11.III(, I AND TITLE end Pul ea r eon'e oa,"' ry0
N a From exhaustive: studies tf INVESTIGATIONESCROWS rCA ?

b !I radiological records, the 'SALERNO) NEWS: / TITLE INSURANCE
1 I"n. Information: ed + 'rmOnln
States Engineer Depait-
Insurance has developed a system By :MRS O. D. QCI(1LF1111tllllllllllllllllllniltl11161bu'C- FLORIDA
Real Estate -
FflHM LUBRICANTB. lake regulation which make: / ''tijMis ABSTRACT CO.
Write' or See the maintenance of the BREAD
Bessie Rcss, and JIM KENNEDY KAY
aiigliler -
id of It .
range stages. was Pr..d.nt
JOHN E. TAYLOR J that the trend for the Mae McBride, of Wlll!'voodJ STUART FLORIDA LORRALNE

D. FULTON Agent Oscccla Bids/ Phone 104J year of an accumula ..*.-J--and Miss.. Dotty. 87 errs.. -01 ----- -- .....
STUJRTcf 1 curve\ of rainfall minus eva

G, :on over Lake Okeechobei :
-- ..- .--- significant indications a' jrr'I
time of the climatic conch-

to be expected during tin
'I severnl'I'eks, II i" I -A14f
obvious that the hither th .i

.: : )I ,tv\ \ j'r, regulatory stage wet at petlod the discharge Indication the greater of le-a : '

fiS""" to prevent excessively
stiges., To coordinate those v' .
\ .
CO'S.Jf,1tG .
variables In determining the

.-. of water to discharge f,. I
,. ,
1 the lake, a triangular chart
4 't'13j prepared whereby with the

-- 1.o stage and the accumulative '

minus evaporation flff-
(" known, the ideal rate of
I "RE'S '\{ IIOll. ,. / could be easily lead
011( \ the chart Adjustment In 4 \ f JF V bJ#
'1JLG.yT_ Plt4 S# leguliuory! discharge are =5B W Sni
4 made
/ (f / ---- 100'1'7' weekly to meet the'
.. conditions of mlnfal1

r -. --.." =- :: "'- )'I /; i '. evaporation and the lake .-

_ < =- fg. .;; /
< :% It is evident that successful -
-: :% Pj i of Lake Okeethobcc
':" '- ,- dependent on a long-iange t. )
-- :- ,&,:. ,..- !
''': of !
f'r : ) regulation rather than

?l' which might produce the

momentary benefits,
t would eventually produce }
drought or flood condl-
N t Water once wasted can

replaced only by excessive
period which may come C.flri

r after a number of dry years

?1t Jdt passed Conversely, water
< everything)'! we buy today;casts more. The things we eat Or wear or use hove in the lake may be
token a steady upward cl,mb. But the picture i is not altogether dark and gloomy Floridians car) by a cycle of wet F

find genuine satisfaction, In one important commodIty that has ACTUALLY DECREASED IN COST- which will produce( exces Ideal Fuel for an Ideal Climate!
high lake
stages beyond
even as servICe has ncreased Greyhound fares ore lets than half tie/ were 16 years ago!
capacity of the outlet canals
Ths., we bel eve. ,In the face of all rising costs is a standout t achievement, look at' these control : I t

compare),vt fares below-It's t something, pleasant and refreshing to think i about fvl -- regulatory system now In I III

by United States Engine : *

j Is the only one yet I '' a ,
omftaM 7e4e7ae4 ; for Lake Okechobee | _W!:l : ", -J ---

gives any indication of''
climatic conditions to be exI I LIft( here in South Florida Is well worth living.,,torn Belcher has the exact grade to serve you best".

1930 FARES 1946 FARES cted In advance of their oc- : .. 'jch' so, In fact, that we've cut to a minimum all in any quantity you may require large or small

I Jacksonville-Miami ......i.1.1..1.L. $".50Jacksonville 'Jacksonville.Miami -:0:: $5.30)) together with the cor- I the Las and bother of our daily lives. .to give Prompt metered delivery service is available 10 to

-Tampa .i.J..1.L. 6.00 Jacksonville-Tampa -:. .._' 3.35 I discharge to maintain quantities stages u> mora time to get more enjoyment out of life. all users of fuel oil. from the smallest homes plants.

West Palm Beach-Miami ..4.A..j.&., 2.25 West Palm teach.Miaml.. 1.15 I a reasonable range of Take fuel, for example. South Floridians have South Florida's largest hotels and Industrial

Tampa.M ami ....;..itti 9.00 Tampa.Mian-1 :.: .. .,..i.,. 4.30 found", that oil Is the ideal fuel for our ideal Remember, when you think of fuel oil, think of f

j Tampa.lakeland -, .tL'lia' 1.15 Tampa-Lakeand: 'h-- '. 60 climate for oil Is clean, dependable, easily the Belcher Oil.I Company. for Belcher is first In

Orlando.Miami .j.j.t.,,.. 8 60 OIandQ.Miulll.....T. .-,. 3,80 hundred are caught million by pounds New of I storpd..always on tap when you need it. And fuel oil in South Florida.Complete .

Orlando.Jacktonv ,A... $.25 Orlando<" sonville . '. 3.40 fliherm"n in a normal Eng I ro o:hjr fuel/ delivers such a maximum of heat
year. and
West Palm Beach.Jatksonville'. 9,25 West Palm f ath-Jacksonville 4.40 cod power with such a minimum of adjustment Dock facilities

Doytona Beach-Miami 8.40 Be ch Miami and: attention Bunkering Ships/
--.c, Daytona : ._ _. 3.90 Model 25 Bargo Load for

Tampa:St. -.Petersburg. jaji.*."" .,*'' .J:00 Tampa-St tersburg..... .I...." <;t !.43

Chisholm's Cafeteria: RAD1.Immediate 4 Crystal I RADIOTELEPHONES PHONE delivery Channels in I [) 1t' I I I rBELCHER..

1 Federal Highway Phon; 9156 12 Volt 1 : : :: : : em OH

!: $149.50 COMPLETE '- '-.- .. .'P 1 ESTABLISHED 1915


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Our State's Political Bureaucrats Are Against

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These Amendments'J.)

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r 80 per cent of our state tax money is spent from unbudfeetei'; ('cm, '!uing appropriations.
If these amendments are adopted all state expcndirvc: 'ill be placed under J.
definitely budgeted appropriations by each session of tie J ]1. fislature and uncontrolled __
]) spending: power will be taken out of the ham!:. of '.'e State's O-o<1d''r'r
Boards) and} commissions.: Ij
IF: w J i

You vote for theso amendments you aro voting for your own interest as a taxpayer, t

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i You do not vote on :November +itlh you are.giving silent support to uncontrolled 1
spending by our State's political bureaucrats.]




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I'HE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, noKIDl, TOtlMJM! OCT 31, 1U8! \
PA C'i E; SIN I II I f-' .
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I'' -,- -.....-.-...-...-.... -' 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIi"iillllllllllllllll- .. \1'1'i made bv, First and second II ill it liliIIIi IIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL' viun couple were attended by heron\ Chi tmas. by their I I who I ItGerman'\It I 11, te.Hi
u".d. Junes Bclen, Annie Hayes /MORE ABOCTIndian I.IIIl' bildcgrooms parents Tliev 1'ughI'MitiS: \ \ Margaret Collier. ,,,' q
TUES wrn ;ALERNO NEWS \ IVHlI1 1II1'1Tltt i Martha Penhalcll ."I' now making their home in ---- -- -- 1.
LYRICJTHEATRE I '. River Driver Stuart where he Is rmplo 'I'd.
: I. \ UH: 6You' ilipil Metzer: Tommy ODiv I II
'' ..NOVE.I\1 I i ?.III ",.. '/1'1//, // i I"I" ///1//1.,/ / i I /"i iit : ru.nd Shamrock, Carlenr Dr. and Mi'*. Casa ('01111" ', rl'g-
iimiiiiimimiiiiimiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiI f"III1Il'ock.lId! John Reddish, I // / 1 1 Isom/ i Purr; in' ) i ijllIlIIlllIiollllllllll1l11l11l1l1l1l1ll1ll11l1 ';:11" \winter residents at Eden DRY CLEANING
love them in I k r" have left their\ home in
L : ; third! iciacle Claud Davis Walter 1 lrwn
l I \\' II 1! Eiilo. MlJ, B, ShelM Lie Oleniion, Billy Jacobs, Dean I I I Memphis. and are expected hue
I''. I'J '{ CHARLES DOTE'JENNIFER [ I :- Clu t He man, !Mrs L 'N" 'j"s, Earle Sheets and Mlldl'pdClawfo..d The marriage. ol Miss Mildred Thursday They will be joined and
""f /t PROGRAM FOR- I ,1 I 1\111lI1 It 1. Mis C H HucUlck Louise Hoflmnn, daughter of Mr ---I
\I'S 0111 Smith Mis. May I a.---
[ ( i W I Fifth Alter BaldwIn, rind Mrs John Hoffman, of Stuart
... ,. )" u 1 lus :Ms: Ed Johnson Mrs! I '' I Visit. The New PRESSINGMODERN
I \ "I'dlInr! McCulley, Jane Pen- ,
and Robert Chailes\ Eurott I
'.. ..... ts.9raud: ': ."* 0 Slutth.I..s 1 : Donovan Smithd I 1,111'1 and Louise Simmons sixth I VICTORY HOTEL DINING
,: the I h stiss Airs. Johnson, ; snn of Copt and Mis E O Es ROOM
.1 FRIDAY ,1TL'RDAYNOVFMi'FF '' ... J, .:; grade/ Dale Motes, Teddy Simi '
I' ..2 'I i d he r iaiglitei Christine ,I (colt of Eden was solemnized Enjoy Dining in PrivateAtmosphere DYEING
i 2 Pert....tI, utcndtme I .records i mOil. :. Jean Johnson, Annette. I I.nlth Gel 6th.. in KliiRsland, Oa. by SERVICE
1 I < i and Joan 8aundt't'son.Albl'l't
TWO BH; vfURES: ''u' UH/ 'ill i :si t SIX sucks of school the Rev Heibert Etheredge. The : Paul. GerhardBARTLETT EXPERT RUG
Brown of Miami visited ---_ ---- --- .- .. -------- CLEANING
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.. hs! mother Mis A L Brown
af .
I .,,-, Visit The New )lest t week BERLOU MOTH PROOFING
:1 ..:- 'CTORY HOTEL DINING The I PTA held the annual rial1 BROS.Refrigerator I'
,J. : ROOM 1 1., ween Monday sven'ng' on theI'n
f'r'tt' i... ERNST LUB'TSCI.3' .: I 1:rjov Dining in Private I, at the schoolhouse TheS (Rug, Furniture, Etc.-10 Yea, Guarantee,
Prca"I AtmospherePaul uirt school band paraded. to'' Appliance GEORGE KEITH

Gerhard .. 1 the railroad crossing and back
I'-I: ..;;;;- I I.'I'r t i the grand march and gave SalesRADI0ServicePhone
(!: >> short concert during the even-
4J' 1 Martin
y I' Dt.LK wrs li'K Prizes. were given to the best 209 Stuart, Florida f County Cleaner
.P mid funniest costumes to pre-
n IDES! M\M.OtS: ; > i -.liool and school kiddles Pie New Location
.,PETER !PJ: i-(' CRt! roffee hot dogs peanuts dough- Osceola Ave Just South of Circle Opp Citizens Bank Phone 1
\\D ((11111.KIMi'IUISt.l
I n its and punch were sold. Allp IW'I- __ ......Q
HELEN WALKfc( ; f Rc a:! ,. it[u)
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4ey'I : : > > \'.\KIITIbSI : : oceeds will go to the PTA loi w.- :"':_...", ;'''';' -- .-
GARDINER-PEG:: ''olL q r ,v I school improvements -- --- -

I II., \ ,tj;sERNiT:; L LI' -- ---- -
: J'I:i lidded I on tour (01111111I.1 Soul

--- ling Trees! Keganlleis. of She I New Stuart Bus Servic
r.r : SPORTL'OIT! : Itu >ou know', that if you\ do."he lJ s'a j i Announcing

'DOWN THE ;i Ail:? ,fA Y" j liner an> mango trees of the

; lurprntine or number rletrnnilitlpH 1 11 ooill'1U1' / FOX M W:
I : \' In your lard, that \ ,
wth; COh"kI.d (
+ .,uax THUK'DAtNOVEMB sonic of the desirablevarlitltx 2111 dt.d.. DIXIE HlGIfWA

: .H 7 I. bv hating them 11111budd..d ) d@dt:'.. rInser Leave Victory Hotel Terminal CI'I Followina: Scheduler

; TWO LARGE:: 'L i fl' "
FEATURE INO 1 Then h is a ([rutting demandfur __ \VEEK DAY SCHEDULE ILelve
I am siirjilm fruit that >ou .
KEN CURTIs Nature has its quiet prOCeRII'S"hkh '
mat haat cry good pricesII
i we hud better permit to I Leave I Leave Leave Leave Leave
IN 'I von are interested in ha\- operate. When, or I was else a kid and one of Stuart_ Jen_ Bec.i .Jensen :I Stuart i Salerno. Pt. Sew.

I ili* some of thin !kind, of workdome UI swing got a :tore"U, ,seen.ont"get'e kids well hada if For _- A.IiA.M1i- _-.: ._ ,__! __ .A.M11. .. i! .A.M. A.M.. .___ __.A..M. Two
TexasI be sure to get in touch pick IL"ou
"That fOil
-- with 1J.. I frailer before Notemlirr : can't raise carrots if you I, I .7:30 ..7:5o--.:. _I
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IF..iflhr .u 15, a. it Is nl'l't'hharyI"r pull them up every day to tee 0'1
how they're growing .. _.!:'O.n_ 8:30 8:45 I
Jamboree"II time ;
him to know by --
If you get to taking too much [ Station
r r 'Ii.MUTT just chat work. heI III hate, medicine, pretty soon >'ou're takIng : :i-i--- Lioo0: I 1o:2o-ll: ::3o
I' + ----- medicine to recover from Specizd I
; i Mil: so as to be able to arrange the "

MDORI NO 2 rutting off of the tops at the med Nature cine cperatei in economic .11:00.1 : ; -iI!: ]11145__ I i .. =I=.:
t required time UN address( Is 1 life, too. And this country it in -
f L.: 4" ItM present mess, because Wa.ll- ..II.p..M.I. ,;:;;: = P.i-C! .M. P.M.
... Box I 11. Muail IHMl Ington meddles have monkevctl i Wagons!

( \ KIOONEAGcN '0\\ T27:' too lnct.-passed much with natural too man human' law In-, Trips 1 : .
I, : U"nk ( iranleed You pat 30-b
4 : t A\ LR: "' Jose w.r,.' ::II GIlMMl fur it ,illei t the buds Rl'eI :imposed!I : too' end I mary de-do-controls control enddecontrols I, 3:00: j :4i :: t ::: :l:

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'- I grossing: For Pete sake, 'let's Kt people : r3 1
SEAL VARIE11ILWS unne" H little in the t S A :--I- 4: .. J : 1 Pack
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: AGENT: X," GRA'\'E LA ,;:CHTFR ---- Call arse: 6:30s: !1.!!_J__. _. -_.__ ___.
x'l'+s tge r... ln'e, tltll t
til6st r
.m gstctrTSUNDAYMONDAY ) ----,.,----- -.. ih....:.-- .... .. r. iPJi7/5'oy : __.__ I 17:00 7:20 7:30. 1 Ford

8:00: 8:30 I
NOVEMBER 3 4 I .I.---I-.

,\ You can bet For. _____. __-_. Jlt.LqQ I : ; -
G r Special 0 ,: -IiZ I o 1 ; ----r----I A
O i I CMore pay- 12:00: I : I .,
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\\S SOt (& Should "hot SUNDAY ECHEDULEReserva

ot\\ ri} 01F ,," ;tyg6a0e I IV Childre& ; Matinee .. fJC'-0. ? affect the ... :.:. '-._I_ : ;-I 2oM. _:, A.M' l'.M..__I _A.M. .'. 7

fJ' "SSlti i ::u. sell il19 7:00:!) 1
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J prcethe ; ----- ---- 7:30'I ---- - '-

O fro ti"IRE fJG I I Saturday R\: rning Nov. 2 'I 8:0 I .8:30: 8:40:
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,S .. .ou ur cost I buy of i I.almost opt to be n)thini prin.{ tion .--9tQo-9.: ), '30 .-9 40'n!! : Passenger

...... I Dc tart Ope 9:45 A. M. clpally, Take, labor on automobile costs The oren --- -I _:,- I --oo"; 1i30'IO:4: : "

". """ the ground) front which it is --- ---
''".,, )",,. Sh.w Star lOA. M.'TwoTho ,ode,is worth. only a few Jollau, 11,00 1 : -I.- ::30-U:4S-I.-, Each
> tut the work of getting :t out of =

,, t. ",, { ..A 'k:.J.;. I f he hipp ground!ng it,to turning Detroit' It, into .P.M. j pCi.; := : : I I-:=P.M. I.h I. PM:: .;. .

." I' 'fill r.., I 1 ;' : aughbreds'A "our,1\to\ home an automobile town, end,!hauling selling stecl'l I _.1. -. --i''. --.. -- _J Q... -. 1 :_ Q.. Per Trip
of '
I u runt into hundicdi dollan I
tc The manufacturer net profile l 'I 2:1)0) 2:30: 2:45 i I
THRIL NG MOVIE 'Ire, only a few cents out of each -- -
I dollar _.4ho, :: _4:30: T-4: :J
1-:4: 5:50.
ron BOND GIRLS So when wages' are raised nM.ry 8
H I bit of work In ;10 .
r;;.1d TARRING 1MMY\ LYDON III the way up the line 1 u i produI, 'It i.j t -- .. _. ....1-.16:30 __ _:_A- ___ _
hound I to raise the III I
price 01 <
roduct, because the price h j ._ :- ----I. _7:00.._: .._ __7:4_:___I___ .. _I II. __ ______ ___.
'lively the total cost of all the

:3 .work that has gone into it1Q I Regular _.. ._..__L.___ -- .. .__ _- 8i00! I 8:30: __8:409CO : 6

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ro r C. nOONHBU'GS BE LIKED DY01NER5tSt 2Q: Ju" "'-' J I I" Regular

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"- I tkrte i Private Cars for Hire.
I i S tUB I't'' to Jensen B.50 Chauffered Limousine

< I Stuart to Port Sewall .35 for Hire.

CHILDREN UNDER 12 ,35 Jensen Beach Only .

JANS! PRICE 1 K ds Matinee! ,

t i PAniB BPAGY. 3 enjoy serving the rltientl Stopping Pointal. Stuart Terminal, Victory Hotel, Salerno, Smith' Store; Port Sewall, Post Office I Jenlen'

: l SAl ll Stuart. Mere proud of our Cideon' and Pitchford's, Jensen Beach, Walon' Snack Shop

., reputallon for complete elt'ctriea' -
?1r CUSDUa appliance repair service"
eneron r'r rld A6'ftIpV10 Mere always happy to help yowhether '
BUfIER for minor I adjust I STU 1RT BUS SERVICE

Lyric I'heatre: n cots or complete nerhaiihri'{
tl CARTOON Jr-,,


1 ii FOX KEEPING"-1NLWJS :- t k- fUA '. FLORIDA 1R 1- Phone 9129 James R. Merriman, Owner & Operator

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