The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00094
 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 21, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Flood Stuart Presbytery recently completed a new church build' ;, ,
PROPOSES1MENOMENTS on Osceola Aye See the special pages'devoted W this effort REPAVING BID
: The Stuart News today. Persons Visit Booths Here

: ,Effect, MADE TO CITY I II I ; .

Carlton;S'eak.; at Stuart A pr9loned\ ;-- 8 LAND TRACTS City BuildihgSurgeo I I[ Thanks Given to Workers f

the effect of the ) \ Reputing to J 16ft. width of ,

P-TA Meeting flood control plan tof Eight faints !of Fern Ave and iUverjidt I

TuesdayLtaiit Florida 'on Martin $63,400 + ; lit::. from U.S. 1 to the Intersec-tion I ;: Chi. j.t Q? MacDonald, Mrs Flor-

TKadI marked ,the County of Rivenlde Dr, and, Australian The thousands of convent heated Legionnaires were etta kirtlelt,. Hose Cn-crlo. Join

State Attorney : nion> seaaion at the Ave, In North Stuart appeared virtually in various stages of flocking homeward today as the I W. Keller, Mrs. Roland Minne

of Fort Pierce gave a deIV house Tuesday by f five'rwrtici, of eight Permits Let. ensured, .City Manager I.B. L. annual national convention: In Miami reached)Its last day.. bass Mrs Blanche Lowrey, pins.J. .

,RW of the 11 proposed! I William. Kings suggestion in Sections 39 20 and ,21 in hunt: reported this week "following With; t''>1Ii 'highways;already full J J. P. Wiiuur, james Stockluyt, Mil}-

anti to theState Const-! the ,)bourd secure a contour hlp. ,to Range B. \V, 37 north of i .a special session of tine City and to'rem..I11IO through the weekend day, 2,201 Sunday, and 1088 Monday dictums Arbogast Robert Wortliam,
Mjyaoa Thomas !
election and 7
Tilth* Noy S itLtubtir o/ the to know ; Commission the Mrs George Conrad, Mis A. O.
county to as on project at city
Bass of Oteethobee Eight building permits yith to- with the noitl.lxHjnd
) Legion
meeting of the Stuart elfect County Mrs W C Armor P
th.Hlver-u11 South halt afternoon. Judson ?Mrs.W
Friday ; _
tat valuation of $31,700 were Issued Mrs. Nellie Fezzonl
Civic Center Tuesday. revealed List week upon' filing nacres a new \\.Ioome'to Xlartin was in Baker\ Mr.. A..
kt I tin flood control will R. and Mrs. S.
plan of f the adjoining ,
four warranties. Involved at by Building Inspector JohnN Onlv two numerous J County" booth was opened this charge pf the Crier booth and Blair and Adrienne for i
this county touched; off Mann In, the 10 day PndingMonday property! owner have not tine Stuart of f Bartlett
Jll'f house beers, State docu Bruce and Negrq Legion [post '
moniing' at Hazy on rti
Representative, bate criticized contributing time effort at
(iJuced by ( King the much announced acccrd with the
to the biggest build'big plan the south booth. 'The 7.(XX) Wit
) tamp on the deeds hi 1 oi the south side,of Stuart ,
K Rowed, Carbon de use of the Okeechnbee Up ) the booths and In other manners. 4
Eurit but
said these are expected
total ale of *03400 surge here since sprir% surmised from registration books
price to continue giving cocoanuts, "
Amendment I M One for drainage through Stuart north luXf: of Section; i' Largest permit win. Issued to hi the) immediate future<<, 1 he total cocoaiiut milk! and!away county advertising signed..by those who stopped at John Mann and George Edwards
for .building tine booths.
[poses three fluestton which sending water from St secured )by the pair/ from Mr. Kanner Land Company, Inc.: for of 1.200 ft of roadway would I folders Three booths; two the booths Mrs. pezzonl reportedscores The of Stuart and
when City
must answer they County through tin North be finished iS
] Mrt F. P. Simon and Mr. construction of ,'t retail. store for with a pebble top by Cor whiter at Criners Restaurant promised td stop on the re Commission donations. #
for (1300
Ltt \month ((1)) Do we want to the) ocean M..... L D. Simon of Palm $15,000 on Lots 30 and 31 in Fe Cleary Brother Construction Company I and the Lighthnuae North Stu. turn trip and get better acquainted Carol Mann, '
Itautkin, which\ may' be In. The board\ .adopted a at wv over-all cost of 42700; I Peggy Lowery.
tract In Section rae Subdivision" 'The building t lo and colored .
County a art one for near Leo Mrs .
by the Legislature. to make vacating R small portion in cate"north. i which would be paid one.third by Dan'Fagen. Jean Niebling
two 20 of the New Arthur
were bought Coesslings residence below Stuart Coesshng. who' headed the and the for
,loin' of about $7.0001 0 River Road on Jupiter the city and one+third by the I Jaycee-Ettes folding
I the executor of the 1.. N. Dehon Bldg 'will be pf concrete' property functioned five days tfihitighhfinid.iy lInly\'Isle welcome enterprise. the advertising Circulars.
And school
Slate general lowing a request byfagll will, two( tracts In 20 and block and reinforced concrete CO owners on each side of the I to greet the convention. today. announced thanks to the, for the that
oould the amendment piliP l Lewis to which When Signs signs
tncet it
no objections! 21 fronTMr, and Mrs. Don by 72 ft. Second largest went to completed hot ml troelere many Individuals and concerns potted north of Stuart. y
the Legislature replace made at two hearings. but link with the 5.550 ft of were
[jii up
of Batavia N Y, Robert H. Schwartz for construction who helped to make It
.'iOo.onll) to 1 be loSt by the to amend its minutes of a Fork Drive now being & WOUld.. An estimated 7XX( ,people l a success. Dan Fagan Phil Pence City .iii
each. from of $8.000 residence 58 ,.l those he mentioned
a, piece lit section an by Among wereMrs. : Coast
of Stuart mid East Lumber
? ( Can the with stopped llIt these booths to rest and I ;
I fuud V) LegtoI meeting! regard' _to the Brokerage Company 23 ft on" Lot 11 to French and by Cleary and financed by L. F Knowles, Maurice
with truck
I replace! a similar amount to Sewall Special Road and Wax, adjoining/ owners and the learn something of this community Ounpany helping
Puhn. \\ilhamsSulxlivislon.' K '
"referred from the generale District It accepted use Beach. county .at ,a cost of( more than. and county Robert S. Hill!. who Langberg C II Tilton, Arthur The LitJilhmiKe/!( Clml Jm s and
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-- Sims, Carl
The other permits Included: in of the booth nt the Bess H. M. Speedy. l'iggly.Wiggly for varied coopc'ration : ,
Salerno Civic; Center as a $23.MX( ). was charge
fj. M, C wto., Cui "use Ink. Mis Albert Cruet W B. Bruner '
and instructed Road Planning JM.Ion Lou a ..< T. ll" k S, > LiglidMHUe counted 7.53J southbound -
explained, the amendment place > r MHSt Geary Superintendent E O
k, II n. m.4Mc. II.m, between 10 and Henry Schwab W. C. King Harry All others othL'tWlse'men'
the 7th cent Arthur Rowell to move two Pu'J..k Lace Siv.rNd. ftni huh the offer to the tars a.m. not t i
to Jenkins majo
city Hutto and Bob .
Taxi for
\ from dirhian. 1.0. 15 ... II. BUok I, .... 8pm, only from lust Thursday. cocoanut tinned who lit some helpedthe p
Witham Field way
he owline tax from it* pres- buildings Fete t. kl Mh' and ..,.'.'.... I'P at the meeting .attended by Mayor contributions. I '
glad. division hrtweeq\ these to be used as a county! r; ir ft "'Mm II.It*. W. Rot Baker, Commissioners. Paul : through' Monday with the large effort. i
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ndi to the State Road Dent otfice and the other as a Chinn. J.! a.$oCrens....,....05.1,5... .....,- ...da.nerwr Hoenshel and Arle Stuart, Eurit. majority earning several person*, han TayUw Andy Tsimas, A financial statement" from enterprise
abil room at the Stuart baseball for a Halloween Carni- aioe#.s4 .b. II n. ..".. end ''c. B.. and SGreetilecs liilis count included 1,267 Thurid.y truest HH.OII Laura Blake L A. treasurer Harry F Dyer .
I to provide greater ld.n Arbngast Jenkins J J.
been made by the P-TA ra>lor Sari) T eIl. I.: t.. tarn: lASS Friday. 1,522 SaturFAVOli and C. Aibogasf, John Brand l I if expected week
I Assets A. C Counons
improve FlorIda roads. Be- mothtr The carnival vita..ties ... n-psi. ,. ........ 5Itdie, county engineer. Confirmation :, next .:.--
Inch of the 7 cents raises report on assessed .. ..d II brtorjr It n. ,,41110., ... pMe : of the deal is slated ut
will! be held October 30 ... :
I r 000,000 year, torpor 1948 was accepted high school football Held Dc.rMldri T.I.....N1.Por w".... a.."", toedlvhaan the commissions Meeting next SEEN MARTIN HWY. WORK AMENDMENTSTO i i. 'h
I f i
ilictt I louse to the two funds: nounced total real estate begin at 8:SO p.m, with the I. .ft, tor. Jon.rarpa\I and..U....04'111...., .U4'.I.I.' N. i Wednesday ;wight, GETS UNDER WAY
of which ,... .. '
-trrmined and necessarily IH7269M $ Reading the parade. on. the ". A..e. ......... ......' .....,.... Work make ;
Ilie replaced Because the exempt ,and 12262330 Is. Ie. L.. I. 5545. 11. .1..........Nsraa. TrlCMAS H. MORTON FOR PROPOSED I to passable Martin j BE AIRED I
fund now Is barely, *de- stead leaving a 'regular<< *' ,. will be an admission' fee 'IIN. l' "" DIES HERE AT 61 i Ilwy, from Palm City to where'1 .
| enactment of the asnend $11796043 This is an for adults School and \Vai'field Hwy'. -crokscs the Okeechobee ,

would, mean $7,000,000Le of $848,IMS over 1947 children wUl be ad- ,ADDITIOI'tBECUN Thomas Murton, 61 Comity line north of Indiai i F
Henry a NEW BUS LINE Senator Evans will disc.
free Crary !
d ,
"rrploced' fcnmtnow in dose foxes will amount to $397. TO COUNTY JAIL I icsldeiit of r florid all his life died town began Monday County 'I tier 11 constitutional ,
Mil Ii Iiwddenlyat Road Arthur Row toss proposed '
given for the
| which lead the/ an increase: < of 47462.79 Superintendent
|III turn to tits home of hiJrd..ugh.ter''I'l ... amendments tile owning i '
funniest and most --- ell announced. at peer II'
a new tax will be addedt 1947 }If theyagaiu are Ai> 18 uy 20-ft, concrete lilwkktdditlun the' WomankClub
tostumet : ;
worn bj rev .
,Gramrrwrtuigut<< /
; $13000 has : ,
only heel
,t we already have" Carltuu 100 per cent ehUdreiVjuid eJemcnUrj to ,!the jBountx, jaikv wad GJfC, ,Cro 'v.on thet'PalnACily ; Sax'tiys( uurbe'Ttansit" i"allocated: tr tlie I-18 mile work Wednesday ut 12:30. Mn ;,\
begun Friday by tontnifor Herbs Road at 2 Kutieralsertiori Qmipany),tor\:\ 1'lPJII"/ ' DRAFT M school student: yesterday, '
BOARD TO p.m. will be virtilaJlr l confined to m.ik. .BUiK.h! !; Slocum tluurman t>t the ,
>OIt-d' Amendment S/the, AT 2 THIS the entertainments sit Voting MIooolng'empJoy.nent; ) were tp be held at Johns today his Him expects) a favorable Rowell : It
| k tat explained. If enacted be a tin u pond. ring toes 1 by she county on a day "labor basis Chapel( : nt 3 p.m. today with the I answer shortly from the Florida Ing passable work, this week explained., I committee will b lie in charge' of I'

transfer from ,the special: A meeting/ of Draft; country store and pontei The county; previously had recelw Rev, R. W Atree officiating Railroad Commission on the proposal Preliminary con-: the \ and the cotered-duh h,l

I l IU dutrkt* to the School which server Martin. and will be t supper.for those ed no replies to its advertising forbids Burial will be In Fern Hill Ceme i to bunch ''a Fort Pierce-to-. ti ts of filling holes and bridge : luncheon program to be held at 12.80 at '"
wish to early and be said
jhe( authority to issue build-, other edunties will be held atop"r besides come a bake sale hot stay dog for the work. tery4 Morton was horn in Staile. : Stuart bus service by way of Indian buikling_ i the club houMllw .

'wk, would .order State. hi- Ixurd new headquarters In and coffee ,and cold When Completed jailer Sam. W April S, 1887 and"lived in Martin : Rivet Drive1The LEGION l WILL MEET i (public is Invited to the program "

ill local approval for any 203 In till Peacock Bldg., in ) Jones will| have two additional County fur 30 years whore he hcarnig! was.UU. ,' In a suet l which Itilluwj\ immediately' I ;.r t
It haul 'and would Pierce at t .m, today rooms plus a longer 5-ft deep I tngdgud'in t farming Survivors' In. I at Jukson. ; .I.II
buiUiug re p : : ;;i'b;; and; ; furnish friendly atnHKpliere Reports on the animal. Amer Mrs,, Franklin' JOI""" ,new club .
|Iron 20 to' J5 per wit of as this tmuhty's n home, Protect them porch., County labor is I being used! !elude t brother, Robert, of, Sari' ville lust Thursday he told The I loan Legion convention, held this I president will report on Monday i 1[ '
: k so
m n county assessed Valuation. the board: will L C i : will be available raw for td make a 6-in, boost In the elcva I, fords;' two, ions. Clifton W Jacksonville News, "with rnussagts from all : week in Miami will be heard atI I 'I business and executive! meet ""ii.1

rminmm amount of ,bond Draft classification work Is In the future, !Jon of the area on the) Jail' north and Harold of West Palm communities to .be served pointingto Stuart Post 126's meeting at East ing Tlie new yearbooks will .be i j" If

light .be issued ,tll'finance ed to be a principal subject, Is becoming a profit-. side by use of, sled% rock .which Beach, and a diughlir. Mrs advantiges' of lie" new route. .5th St lieadijuurters at 8 tumor dstnhuled. at Wednesdays meet. 1 3": ,

k Hiding; liter said sideline! for farmers. will have ait asphalt topping. er-,, Hoi iila Greyhound Lines also put low night.( Ing.a

|llnn gave personal approval t --.-, "" -.- hi a good word {for UM." 4 .i

i nemlrocnt legislators! 4 which waged resold while,ini in' of Salerno Civic Association Jlie S'1.1I.oid service with that lie twiN lisped>us...to duly start Value of Amendment 1 Cited !:t 1

)I"me session) }U. also review- 'ul"'t' Nib I I. riuirci would lie, a I

"sPy Amondineiit 1$,which morning and an afternoon bus

s in amendment; (tw the Town's Comeback Effort Iksidi.nls\ of the Drive are Inlng/( By County Commissioners tJ
Founding tures
|iution permitting utlle-I,., i'(lolled at to their desires on schedule -- .
revision of 'the Conslitu- ; time and residents of Stuart
Tullahasneo Oct. 21.FNS( ) I the highway program! because It ,y 'f"
tux Other who wish to the service
1 \ Legislature 1 use new
--- DuccloTs of the State Associationof will put new life into the proteo* + ; h
III of less general Inpassed. I should write Sunrise Transit Gom-
c.. Commissioners met in lion of this vast network of State
MRS. GLADYS B. r County (
were By Fort Pierce as to '
I' i ,Y : ; pany Tallahassee. list week end and roads and make it possible for the t
re than 100 attended' the } hours of arrival and departure '
history of the first i w'' .
The selected Jacksonville as their 1949 counties to start a new program
'g lo hear President Mrs of the Salerno Civic --.--- contention My Convention! dates of paving the mud and sand roads, i''

I 'MoQilluugh:: echo a met Is not 'a record of STOCKLEV HOME wire set for March 2-4 1949. of our counties"
I ( 1
from the State president achievement of which BURNS IN SALERNO president E M Fowler of the '

K rejection by, members of people may boast. Rather ,- Discussing the proposed" "Good Stain\ Association of County Commissioners ))4f
,( Roods Amendment, Amend
reins 1 and' 2: Principal a challenging aecount of James StocLIeys f ve-rnim frame or said, "Florida highways

F JohnwicJ! rsjpurteij 'an has been dons rhutoJ: 'home near Salerno Inn was completely must No 1, Commissioner Paul. cannot keep pace With the soaring x
workers who: RArdin of Palm Beach said,
[lenient In the credit standing County
destroyed of and
by fire Unknown demands of traffic something
for themselves, are : "The future finances. of the schools
irtin County High School: ; 1
make Salerno. a finer : origin early Sunday mornIng must be done quickly If Florida ,
the faith of the
[ 'the depend on good
Southern' Education As
Salerno people What has The house was'unoccupied is' to retain its place among the i
lint what. is done
III and Mn.. : / FittmanM don has coat much In wt at the time and reported to be Legislature on lastent growing! !! States In the! LTnlt'a
County, with the tax received from
Die f TA Counf In money
of one kind or another partially Insured ed Slates Passenger and commercial -
ingrain of work. and money Let this the motoring public. The Legislature I
work j..j' Disruption of electric: service in traffic has been growing \ |1 i
After Carlton'i! < tali 2nd tory be the record ot t t fet the ana led to discovery of tlie each two years must provide 'much: foster than was anticipated I, ..t ,

pupil sang two number achievement of Salerno blaze at 12.10 a.m. and both city for the schools. as Legislatureshave ( "Some.thing must be done to .as- fi.v J j

"lid grade bad top parental for Salerno people but still A task In /And! county (trucks responded but done ever sine* 1926, when sure additional revenue for ,IxXh
oII1aI, nobly tanry There If so .much (lo ho- avail Stockley had. visited. the Stale was for given authority School to'Pl'roprl.1le local. and State roads. The Good 1

be done If, all this has the house shortly before the fire education. For common the Roads Amendment Is the only ,solution e7

TIIE TIDES place because of a' smaj: and Interior redecoration had Just fighting the !Good professional Roads to this problem. It assuies k
lobby +
cooperative effort. how been completed Loss was etti necessary revenues Eur'road, purposes
'. more if possible when '" t mated at, $10.()XX( ). Amendment to say that Its passage without creating any) neve t

...hi.,.10. wr lee 11oo at .t..M. pots his shoulder to th-m : i '" V411 harm. (, the! schools is to city fur fnoreas in local taxes.
Hr the fact. of '
consider a tot disregaijd
R legis- .
wok cadre 0M0W May we
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JAYCEES has than S5000UO '
REVIEW Florida
......... \ and ,1U ) more '
'dd itself htivo The choice before
.5p 51tS Salerno- history
Mat. DOCK PROPOSAL Invested in Its highways. Tills Investment -
a-M-r...:. ; t:1: 1845 eensua "'
YeC hw. ground? The nw.' the""' 'ple< h w. must be
Jlir;Nitwit 'L w. state Salerno has 785 Leaden of the Salerno Civic Association Lois aunx.cocoon, recording a7"h; Extended ; ; i not concent! school It simply I ft.protected 1. Hill of, '
..... C. ,Y.:1il44iIa5 &44 of these whites discussion of E 1 proposals ( Buy
Pr Lion
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Conrad Saunderson vice the decisionof I
1st week
president ,
of voting age. Those / ch to observing" amtiversarfr'this ; ]Jack prep for effecting the construction, : puts up ttl htJ-p1e (County: said The, people what

t ; .... ."f 395 have probably Increased a (left to right) Cliet Human, fire chief; ,Mrs dent, and W. D. Blanton, treasut1li of the proposed,new oily dusk on : wheUwliqr" : shall have more i pay 'gasoline tax should' get, the 1

.1In, tis totes 5t ass' .Site since 1945. However, H'P rry, corresponding-: secretary: ) Mnt St Lucie Ave marked the meeting paved roads Vanjr"safer highways : !benefit I from It. ,It should: be spenton t'

I ,tssa s n5 4,15, rows are 11II beautiful little "' 4' of the., Junior\,' Chamber' of Commerce i kept up in usiMu s ape, or whether the "highway-thai one .
541 a. ,sna Ile' ee vra rye man wrapped around Manatee I regularly Salerno became Tirted to i stoical existance, of 'Salerno more worthwhile to Salerno af the! Legion (posts headquarters these high ay' 5.55 aol reds 15,41 We loins various Industrial, of what 'adults, to Into I t thv Keneral Revenue I
towri and the making the best was children and to on East 5th St, Monday go meat nwans. It also means that
IE E WEATHER haps more than any other W teemed rosy left. It If wonder then that :offer protection In disaster or nlLht. of tlievSlaU and rait'be available die counties will be relieved of(
tlon of Martin County happened? First, a bad some or u, Thl Is :'trouble Of any kind to Salerno : ) for higttMwy, work* :
community Leo and Commander the! road ,
not a wealthy Just another lash In the pan 'people to mats ,possible greater > Consslmg bounty financing problem
a depression "
we do have tome fine a t war which sideswiped It wont last* It if no wonders' opportunities to Salerno |people R. Lf Minnehan\ the post thank Commissioner Earl! Simmons of With the additional funds Unit

past waG ........ bi U., B.M U seemed There tome> hare stood aloof and: ,,as offered by Martin County ed the organization for its help In Millsborough County. pointed out become\ available, It will greatly

u rawp z::: Blocking back we loot totes money 'to rebuild\ and watched.A .. I Early in October' '47 a* a, welcoming the Legionnaires during that "Florida has reached the line reduce the cools and hazards; of.

4I.--n..- reaUsV that jn this wu much depression and year has passed since thisaaegclatton >Parent Teachers Association their convention; trek to Miami, It of road expansion on present tax. school bus operation, advance thefarmtemarket d

e s folks wet only pioneering passable among Salerno experienced } r.1(,meeting in Salerno the necessity and the Jaycees endorsed the retail income and must decide: this year program Itt whEts i d

.. :.c: {a Uon Old The DIXIe\ Highway T The result was that Ba, Uon'We do not strife to Of having a Clvte\ Association :. lilies schooling; course being whether It,shall. top building new we are vilely concerned ,It 'will

-... .tI' 14 in.p5 the felt this ao ideal reverted the county and this a booming metropolis. In a was discussed There were peedsIn offered: now by the University/ of roads and stop maintaining many improve ruraj mall delivery routes, r'
'..a, i ,. .tUement and */) Salerno who with high hopes had simple, sincere and Masaumlng! l this community that could Florida! extension division in theState's' of those it has constructed In the reduce local ad valorem taxes, remove
_:.U saN Trier.were. stores and of up, and given all to pee manner !It U,the( ambition the BalernoClrtc of b* met only when the citizens I (mall) communities after past If Cannot do both. Passage the economic and, social' !
a lro..1nlOwn now every member ,' '
At't' ass.A road a eommualty station>douse h.re :train and I \ w much lost that they re- Association to malts lite In .Continued( 6n flg' El "ktttn) i an explanation of it by H. B Kraft uf Amendment No 1 Is vital to handicaps of rural .life* f ,'

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: RtStAURNTO I k"mn' l Inc the _food cuisine hetli I Mtetlnt or UM gut. 4 }riorM '\ 0' ....."r&Ma: .' 7? ,. II..,..lT'" SOCIETY H1PSON3 TO MEETING 'M'II' tLugaret 115101.Lnd .
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NEXT THURSDAY 1 I sluil early davi it theheir *kwlftor I.t.; M FtorUkJ" I, :h \Wes tilt
'I > 'in TICI I r tlte.' Ted Mn. A. 'vckt' '
ZL; wM C4tp 4th. Cf..lt CV .. CAiBiterson Dn. and Mr Harry k. Hljwon 1541 .
I ''I. Klll)""iH announced.. to. >, r I ,ur.ln An.nN 'Mp O.eLFa. 1w 4T Hindi ) r .. and Mm. .irrUVfau. 115.005. Orlid\
\, ; t"'IT"-.N: j ji To oh. 1 4 Mr.tli y. 4 [ ;. .. Cour >"n H I will !leave Saturday for New Or. M"
>\/111\ Suet + im no Solace 641f( u d fol p.-ke. I
I ('rY / 1".1\ next 1. 1 K Ira Tot L a. COAT, T. Co14e1.0.Mr : Urn lift fciturd for Kllw Aluhcre ? attend the New Orleans \
-I Ij' .:: "Id:::..un"i : leant to, '
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t ), I'' fotIlIll''I Abewetll .tI"Iionu"y Ifllllll; Mann Thursday, Oct, 5o.+w5 u 'It., .e (ho 14 Flnrldddo e..tr bored. Mt 4 P.tlh1n11rUlllnn. 0. iM.W.NP. .010 they the ghrota of their
., 1 h0nb, r, 0440 Oat r::. =: tl.11 a... = I:: t art Dental CWerenc* opening Monday t
I I Vn entrain* on lot I! M hath F S.. 4 u.r.n.a.F. ok '
110__ .... father T. IUm 1.4..
TI.,,. M .N 4 Cray .. At"tultrf tJM HtHMl j, Ibmugn.Vedllftd'.y\ and 'I"
( I <1t i toJiliNhnt' (for the convrnin CL RAL E is ..,... nlgfit.j I1nrn.n
} :\ r.I". .04101tM4101 r, a .nd /. Oat r foll. ,t. 4.u......w.<..,..lhh I."'IVII'Ig tl.nlmllu, IM1
"I! 1'01 OO.Nt 4 kto hope antl n0t" from the Southeaj.te.rn a :
pttmna.FLOWERS 5. held M.Ih 'ed.. + M nix tl/h 05.1,11.R0, dro .nu"" .' M _III ....._...t..4'p. (Are play attending the Amerkan ,! Dentists: entire tend rite Oorbt _
PACE tJ I,1I I I I-ttr1, L spending this of Ib.P0.11.noI MoM,. Tu.d.r lot.., t, A.0...0..d.IIIIt d4T0.ldl., on? 115' 1.11.shad rnsl.rnnon for.I:it t d., : ,, ... -' .'for. .;:;-Ia't. }.:::. jute: l>cnn) convention In Miami : alto will/ attend' the, meet. in 11Ld0Aexpult 1I'1"T0awenlh.l ( .pIt.....
NM Tnd h.ln[ showI I h .ha a5A.vr nplbn' r0ul..r Hart. I I I ist
'" ,'k In 1. JI"hu'Jfffl,1; busil'iI.' e..d. .Y'4 ....b.0F. J.nn Dlt rN t.x .M a ..d t4 t4rollpwln Me Al.;, AJO'M:. :'i.\M.\ ",.mNd+d Will J.ul Hartman Ralph hogs 1 _at:.!the fiooseyelt!I L. tn leluru, 0..1 9JI
------ CI, Ill F.NI cal 80.0.1P. Ja/t.w DI.ylOta rhl 41 .1h'... .. .ImI4d.. man, Jr.. HJITUUiiton.and Dun --- --- -. t.
Oo.br.N b rM 0 4 51,11. I. .1. .17 1'1 La MMMnI. --
pan 1i .
ATV L'J! ? F.0 kM1ne sal .r 0. 8101. 4 tor for IsD.pkrI ,Jnr... pr". .d, on .#. 10t..r .f 001. rug.m. While there they were
LOYAL ORDER Op P.F1,1'nn.., Nra( I4 Ih. $111. 01rse I I JI.Nn.' h, d 41..h N1 /. 7610 Yr 4 tA... ,.... ../dn.w4. 1MAlJr. |{ii \ali.\of J4nw Riizar, limner StuArt .- "
ci' ,:: 'MOOSESTUAPT t rLP. "' 'u. .I cla inute, who wai member" WIL'LIAMSFedern
'.. ( t u? 4 Me1h..o !; : r d1: 'nns r' ... ... alowL a Sp"
it T Mk.y+ Wha..f1 P .
\; I DGa Y ; 1'. Tn.. u et.a rla1 ,. .. <>f,the parade, committee
\ pan I'I : MESTS P, erw 00 0.11 .M, ......hl.. t IN Itnnt tor.... ,,-.c.
F. / h11 b
BAEA t n.lneier
N 100.4 It /.ti 4 15
rwltMJ:1" WODN DA $ r410.01.k -
FatmfaclUU t.p 'Fbrd. twIlL'lb. } Highway tlF
: S Ida St
4 4 111 Toll. ., leek
: : I t'. C..I.I./N/ Aalane. 4 u. Ise e. 'T 111 TIt. 511.1 0.1" Mr. and Mn. Earl Tillman were
: I. .N IM C.nlal thh IS. .,
I'I't J.Y I;' I II M bI 00.1. 0 F5.01, 74, 'r41001 44r .1 A.ewtA. > I{ .. SERVICE THAT
t "I w' f 104 v b F ESAL' IGHWAYl F. F.4 111 n. 4 1h. Sep... I"rid.1 (A I. :: .-:!:=; rt. dinnrr gnarls> Sunday nf( Mr. and STISFIESSINCLAIR '
I'l I 1/1P.
/ I. ti: C.o4 IM 4 1.1.11. Crop.LLS.d4. A. OMY, U. MN '',.41 3141.. P0.nd.. Mrs A. O PlttmauMr GAR &
-sbJY'- {it i + ,r ,. ot 0110.T ... a.CN1: : 1I F4vx.hur., Fhx- OIL
Fo. O. Its 10.11 1..4 F.bS. Ursa. 0. -
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}\ ( l ; O..n.u., Ill 0110.8 5.d.. tt wy NANVUCK 1"111.' the .. "b.d0ldea ........ and Mn: Loub Franc h;.of WAS 4e- POL1SHINLUBRICATION''
th. P..Na 4 ell p1.tt C'.1.r..w.1 9. N, SL l8. t. IL tl, t,14.A ..n.
; 1 j ( 0 1 .r 0. as. 4 S50, 1/11. r::.": ':t1nt ..ot..o.4.0101a..lln Stwulh Point returned loot week TI |S.BATTERIE AND SUPPLIES
I 4"I! dor AyOCCASIONS tt1 bI.ell l at htp.Fh.i.. Cby.N4 / rarulr., of....." 0.55..15., .t 011.1 (from llielriculkiii !in OliloMm. ROAt ERVICE !
r Tw 0 .41 ,. drop t, a .. a sr
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..nL Nln atdl 1 0,0844 .8 the TI.... .;... ... ='.Maul.lo..:,. PHO : 9122
BOUQUETS CTRSACH6 + +/CUJ FLOWERS 141. 4 r d1 9410',,,' .r 0..e.hlp, ....1.. .Mro tho .1100 nl 11. ..._. ._k' Edith. E4 Jock returned "'
F 0. II a Att. Vi.1O T.MrhiI and a 4. 00.f .Y. I
I 0.wt r5udalN .tc .ne M ortor 11,11-fib 7 _
i" / ., T.wnday front a 'atan,in Flint
\ Clrrull bf oh. 60.4 olds Ael. of C.e.r..0 Ay.M 14, ntrfl no onlp14. ( N.LAWMNYnd
VlfltRT/D ,..o... M..I.r 415* H. 8 $er.. 'al;, and March T, lead ,,runt 531. op.Y 1PhI_ .' .00. and Ditnill and It rquding: ( with
3"f DOMESTIC and 1 ) CERAMICS '""'"'"- .. ...,..... ----+"-<-- ... -- -: her Mm, -In.Lw ami .daughter, Mrml .

I 1 SMITH'S FLOI GIFT SHOP i I : Mis. Jew( -Constance- L The'yle 5Aop

I fc WE W/E /ERS [L WAtE-\ Mrs. U J. Oeenet accompanied p

... by Mitem Lurliiw Greene Jnnlce ,
I j 4'' Arcade Bldf. 5th St:JfPfrl Phone 310-J" I Arbogast. Mirv ColfniHn, Julia Ladyj' caring Apparel
i JarnJKHi' of Hobo Sound and Baulk (
'f 'r t "' j Hard, Red, Corr Ive Bdulerson .1)| OLeetbulie ,t FASHI OF THE HOUR
the ww* end lit) ttlimejvllle
Advice nsuhI Ur>' IIIk-utl.d HoridaBrfllnj UR
for Expert
CENTRAL' MMEAT KET ,_ .... 11.,0. I New Loeati Arthur Dehoi) Bldg, ,
275 Oaeeoia A.
b. Shiirl.fU
K H It 5.45. 4 lye N'.p.nY bpt .L.. 1

I I 1 FORT PIEftCC LORIOA p.YIdn 040,4.00 .Oe.app.. ,,.hurt.15., oat'155.01.0,or 0e a ...,.N.Ibo'Old.00.415.. ----.;;::::
lhry bn, 1hp.. 4 a.,1.va. '
PRODUCE and GROCER S tumor fm 0NA 010'1.. h
I EAST COAST' W C ONING CO. 418.5. 080.1. ph, .Ih4..01.lb. :Id IN L CKF.R5s,11TE
COURTED SERVICE AfnO full ..w, ,. d.hz
.u t. Ihr rya'.4Lner. pod Mllwr T
CONVENIENTLY TED opt .hl nl.aYl.ldn a
Iw.11Y X A C
RURAL, ROUTE NO; 2-- 90 ONE 532Wr O.MdI' 4 why a.n.l lprp. ups. tM
1 2nd an f Akron Joe rooks amp, Ind th 1 ,lw.t.M
llr 411
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54 d. An.
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a Ill. Ml' 10.54 OIL, an\ LUBRICANT'
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7.01 M. ( e Na Ray
I n? won 4 0nw M 1 1I
I I.PI 1,11(1.1, nN, (bro.a1 4 M. ,411 b .0.alnp..11 K d1. /I We ash, Lubricate and t olieh\our Car j
1 I.hId "M r n. 501 11.4,. Courteous, Efficient Servi7sOO
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1, 17. A, V41N15U.Inh. OPEN A. M.TILL 10.0\P.: I II

\ the PresidentofMP. to .a1e11w ,.fun. MIANALI I ((7 DAYS A WEEK)
; fat OLD PlflE HIGHWAY J, W, TbR[;V
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your A&R a better place t/ shop.? Can

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f p ,Iran jou f\er Rail i fJTour5elf, "If I re the! nen
I I're.identof, A&P, I know "hat IM do"? Ihink opinions. For notance, whgt about our service Kraft Kltchen Fr C In Horn' Water Cround"C

t 0P ( I there are many A&P customers!! Mho would 1 el ? Is it as uinirleons and helpful as you woul l I HAYOI1NAI Pint Jan. 43 C AL $- >>. Bag(CIf' ) _J111 _C

'J.; the Opportunity to express themselves' << on trfl like ito t Iii it prompt add fficient, too? '1I Whopper FancSore Tender yal Scar Ail( "Flavors) t

I I': ,, subject of their A&P.I really believe that front Do you ways find all items plainly and core '\ PEAS'N1 2 en5. 19/DESSERT Pkg. r 5"START f f37OUI

I It i/1/ ; I I ,5 jour side! of the counter, you know&P_Le 8.-! rerily ice-tagwed-a they should l be? 'VThatLn THE DAY WI A SMIL ROYAL SCARLET
e n nI
I iI i I That's why I ak your .opinion. Ln' yffr opinion are xe doing that we could 't'o

You can help to make your A&P an nen* a better? Or what are we not doing,that'
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11, a. d. Letter- place to Jo aU your food buying by t feel we should do? r Ip 5. pi4 COF I
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f I INVITE YOU TOATRITE M ) TELL ME SnwnunaiuaiutinAliautuutj IIIi111ii11 IIlIIIB IItUIM IIa1a11111111nnjp0IapllIIII/IIhII Na

t eU.SrNat 'WeeE End Special 5oap

,, .f, i HOW YOUR A&P /MAY SERVE\'OU RETTER %//1\i'\' : POTATOES. 31Ilg

I r i ( e to .._. .lg1.kg.
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'''I t. We of A&P want to make our st s the finest places of all inViich'' to 8h'op'Tha! M ',,"' I:'.' York Cooking E AfCjAPPLES

I IC why your suggestions, eriticisnufind opinions will be gratefully riVived.and acknowledged. i'I { 3 -----.211 Ig. pkg.

I J You Bee there are 1((10(1)00( employee of A&P from coastVi. coast Jealously! 7f 7- l 2 Large Yellow Rip A leer | Camay Bath i

j p f guarding the A&P rcputali/Afor courteous, honest, 1 lnd( efficient' servVp,'Tli y:never ." i BANANAS ound. __ _.10950 iT.1 SOAP0 8

s want to fail you in any v/y/but. if they do, I am sure. that,they,,Ail Wt Xa. I, would'I. '"'I' ... ; 00IHlllllllllllaIIllntl Rath's Tender.( IIIIIINHIIIIIDIauukllNjs5u Picnic $ a(4tnlaal111 atIHs11aIIIlanaaallEllll ,

ajipreciate your writinfui .'+.' rJ
IF.ly IF. let .}..

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'I t ed.4',' i'!;:(1,,'h.f':'': \ Grarbar' Bulldbf. Nmr York.!1.J::T...""'"'"' t-' THE COMPLETE: GOAD'

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CLU'aawS Sunday! dinner guest of Mr. LU2AL 1 AC-ENDAR.( EVENTS. IN MARTIN COUNTY i r i

and Mrs. Herbert Young and their ADVERTISEMENT Additional. SOOETt ...... ,
3201la tHURS.. CXt 21 i lynch Treat Civil. Civic Center 1 .
". p.m.
Silt 'ighlet. Mrs.. jfctty: J Ju Murphy, SEPTEMRER /{, 1540 I tIraef It and 19,
Ho 11.1 NOTICE I FRI. Oft 22, Klwanin, Woman Club, 1215pm' )
R MNWICK d'M 737 East 5th St, went Mr and lOTICS I. Sea, >l>*a that fi* Eat., 't'UB.'Oct. 26: WS.C.S., Methodist church, S p.m.. Bmwnlos. Mrs. j

DEN Y.,1.ur R C, .As, Mr. F \I. Pwuvsna their daughter, h|and veal of Nt Kduoatlini, u. of.0.till and at., /Fl.i N HW.lv Flee, I Arthur Pehon. 9:15; p.m.: Ctrl Scouts, Woman's dub. 3t45 I Mr, and Mn.rant Jolmmn of I
a p.tltlr. bid. Iw T ui.ha.
Peg!, uf (he AtJlI tie Court.A115 all i IIftS 'etotaT A''iT"jir r.aiaJM'Illtl For PEO p.m. NeW York Mr and Mrs Charles
.. *.d(or land t. MARTIN/OUNTK .do. j WED, Oct. 3.7, City Commf lon, City Hull, 8 p.m.: Wonum1' Club, i
fh ai follaw/ Mr and I IMr
Bradentnf and
i*"* W* of NWU.f ANat' Wednesday<< ,.luncheon at,12;(W\(!, program following: fi<,>tary. C.1ds- Hilt of
qIVt. Sey/U: For E%Ni of Button.M thi Iti W,L 1'.oohlp.t E W% aunIh of I Mn C: R. Ashley holra\i., 12:15 p.m. -.. J Jue SclmHfder" of Clewiirton

Re/paira .0 .i.r., Kaan., .nor.4* 1 K/t 6 watainlni/ to Chapter P of PJC.O. I ITHVRS" Ort 28, PTAH,..11 wwn j party, Solemn, p30pm,(\ .: Duhh} returned to their respective homes I

A RI, and 1 tLlne.uoa sea...t5 1 b/d./ U to par t1.tdv Monday evening, at I! Treat Cluh..Ctvic Offer 1:30: jv.m. ,. Sunday after attending the funeral

IWICE, Parts Th\.u, || . iUUi til a..r0 ur>ln unto Hwl'
( who
,a rtrpkuai.f h iphatK, mlrThi .nl ley Smith, president t.ASTOR AND FAMILYENTERTAINED Among the many guests ton. I
.8 .11 tl.0 on r h r.tlnd.,. over the business I came to welcome the new minis __ .
ii I. Ito. Zdo..u.. IS.15 SUNDAY -,
ARNOLD BAUER rleJlt r set OS t' .w1 ..qMY and correspondent ter were all the pastors and several P
by the officer In of church ,.
ORD N 1i. 11.1. lard .F I every
Lucw Boulevard / Phon I42-W kdut.lbw o h. .. ..f Flocks. of Mrs H C Gardner I The Rev, and; Mrs Ralph W, Stnart Mf Charles Titus Mmft aterfront, PxopertreAlai ?
0111 AR P. AI.DWEI.L.(10r..se. '
M. Hoenshel had Acree and son Sammy! were V?. Longbottorrt Mrs Wilson
ATTEST, program and McClure and Mrs J, C An deny Bound!:
and hobo
COLIN 070111 'II 0.cRot. teresting collection honored with a reception spoil assisted Mrs Klckllter at the the t'1dlan, and 81. ) r
Rued Roll Gored by the Baptist Woman OceanronIO.: .- -:-.:
,se lot. 1, 14, II_., If_ Mra Ashley two tea tables,
-LEGAL YEyISEINENT music-box which Had Missionary Society after church
the family of Mrs services Sunday' night Mr. and ,
Friday day Oct. 22 23 IN THE COUN Y J GE'S COURT IN big more than J50 Mrs L. C. Klckllter were JionU
Sat1 I II
AND FOR MAR IN UNTY, FLORIDA J for the new minister and his
IN REGARD T [R ATE OF also had a gold
WILLIAM H. 151 LM, D.o..d ly given by an,aunt family at their home In Eldora c '
NOTICE OFF IN PETITION FOR which' li do Heights, s 1
Icy more
FIOF FI TRIXr dred years old, Mrs. 1 : ; { .r-w" RIVR = Z ,. ;I,

1 I II TO N.ek.AU. woos h 5.t'. 1 MAY CONCERN that I Iwv, treasure was a large Mr. and MM: E: A. Menmnger I THE MO MPLETE T
riled n> llrml n,L*. utivca..e.ci. N 01. ume of an early New Jr.. and children, Cheryl and Od*W Ill., CAl.holn, do..DI' HOLESALEIN .,
AN .
.15.1 1 ho.. flu, n, poll.. o, foul I ly known ai the Atlas. Steven, returned from A Varatun RETAIL r
I t. dl.h.r..., and r oIR spill to th.Hon.r.bl. revealed the'' period in Missouri ana Kansas; f.rlday -

Offer the Complete Murtl.Art t Intr R. ,0..t.riorlda; ,C.wtpJuda..0 oa thi 1829 and contained. ; afternoon :Tftty wet- ac.cornyanied t 1 :
fat d.r N N. n.. r, A D. II4K, fof and articles of local by,her mother Mrs. .
BI ICS EYE, LINE itpproval.I IVtH of.iM I IIII e.! I.for.final of W i jllam..chirm.t.l. H. and forllIn'lnterest.$ Lela Ludwig, and \grandmot.li'r THE LM BE HS

.helm, der N down through the Mrs Stella Fredericks, who returned 411'0 CHOBEE to DP
of To Quality Frozen Foods Ad F t'0 5 M of 11.CHISHOLM. 0..l. of, Mrs Brock' mother to their home In St.
4 Will 1 ('51.5.1., d.n..ed.'U Taylor showed 4 Joseph MO., Tuesday morning, NE 2.9851
.HI IHBON 4 FRANCIS quilt 100 yean old -_-..-- _. ,!, t
|x T t, O.ht.r.ohAl
C rngo for EnMuirliOott grandfather for a i
UIUTA -25 s.pt. Re, It. ; 14 II, 1010. ent, each block I aIN
No. 2 Can. .

Brands apora d .._. LE ADV (TISEMENT .n name block of ,the one who ', \ SERVING MARTI / CO I1TYW4TH ,

M THE CI 1M[ ,*I RT' FOR MARTINCOUNTY An heirloom j En A i 1

MILK 29C C NCEIt 00. fell was shown by *.
... .. _. Complete Dai Line
2/an. H._ NODU) | c of tart I I and was one of a .i
Bank a T t C.v orort0ow,
M T........ p I among the heirs Mrs t+' Deliveries In /ensen t n .I
Pillsbury 'I.ISuttOU'r'HLA as her entrlbutlon two Beach T edays,
; XORT. \ I or cottage ornaments onThursdays
FLOU 45C .. any Saturday
OMIG Ctl 00,000 .1. 1 and bisque more han
5-1b. Bas' ,
DP dagtiNOTItl I '
I oh and a gold pencil
*iscon Daisy 1'0. !St! I ,en LSTAll-J, A D1H80LVJ 75 year old.\ Mrs \ .
; : showed four pieces of II
CAR PI 1.4 PUNW' |,Ut., .T RAE x
I. SE 59C Fit) i IIA, O 1' O'VLLY, one a glass III10 -
CI I 1101 NEW YOkl ;..r''t,1: STEURIZED LK -
z OG 1 UU10 II liE. nu iT FLORIDA i of a demijohn, made .
AS DT NAilED. I I1HKCTOH9. A3I > others small cup MOGEMKED 0 2.t
Arm r'a Cloverbl TII"' ZEES; .. SAI I DISSOLVED
mB i
{ ed glass made about
B TTER 6 69C I CO k ISHOLVI'D; I O' !menU to 17
WA Df C 5/o ARMY Mrs Stanley Smith
I a >VY CIUB CEO (:K J. HOHt hostess for the '
stern ChucEEF I EN AU 110 N & t'
NU, MIAMI, M.ORIL 1 L.tVt 1 and Mrs Evan: ,

AST 59C 1 S.FL IDA OAT,, e/WEST. rLCR PAlM IA BEACH POWER. sent the program. RCCT.AMCTAGE r $ i
pound --+---- i0 List/IS of Improved and Unimproved\ propertiesThroughout

ender .
cy tymrfimf" .Arilnilram The Dutch Treat TTER AND 'E ACREAGE1 I 1RANCBL :

I STEAKS I STOMACH ULCERS their weekly meeting
CUB d 79CA Bewail* Point River-t -River Proptrtl e
eG Civic Center
noon. High score
ony's Economy Market I Fra fcwkTIUcf HmwTnaf rrfertthat I lMu Mrs Q W. Conrad, YOURFAVORITE Jupiter Island Oeean.to-Sound Estates Sites
HoI,wit WIN Cost Yfi %thing Rlcou and Mrs R. GROCER

300 S .AKRON AVE. STUART FLA. I T.Ore, omse IOmaoldlo.Itti.Roes mlllloiibMtloiof h.evb..e told t toe ,. 1t'for.. L.Others'A. Arbogast playing, bridge MJI f MGORES' DAIRY B. ARBOGASTBealEstaU

YIJR I.. D u..00MwN 01e.0.I..tE..o.s Id- Mrs W. H. .
.FRIENDLY. SEMI.SELF SERVICE i" P 54..5115.5. 10.09100.0010.4.515.h entry Mil I!: WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insnraae
+.. M..et..w,51.001..0. N 8tanieyButt. P. O.'ox 1042 Stuart Fla.
; e to[.e. Gad.RA en 16 d 101 I Mrs H. M. Klelfeld
k foe"w111W'. M-" whdl i 11'. HoensheJ Mr*. W. C.' l
I 01st..thi.. ...l0..510.atBRUpIER'S
PHARMAC Mrs ,Howard NeallINDIANTOWN .t .
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MEETS ..1'1 A rUSE 1

WED,, ALL, MEET ME AT Six committee' "It' To THE MASHER ;

,, 6E HEALTHIER.P KINDREDSYoU appointed IndMiitown at P-TA a 'with Easy Pay W4Y"r

SEF rude; Mathews! in
Yellow / nl!(ht. Named. were \0 U R--

? I F ED, Squash--- 2 II .. ..... .,..15cPotatoes Bramlqtt membership; :.. ':'

Pu-ker, ;
a EATFRUITS.. u. S. Nt. I Miriam, social program; M..... : Con yenient Lay-Away IV an '
,10 Ibs.... 9c tma, publicity. M.....

ISISYENTI. founders day, and Mrs & i j
GD York er, study course). 1 A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ARTICLE II. "

dis 4' Apples, 3 Ibs.. /..25cNu Plans were made 6 "
l' 7 0
ween carnival Oct. 29. t : ,

Margarine, 1 lb .....33c PEGI PEAR FETEDMr
and Mr. F J.
tamed with a
Water Ground Stokely's Honer Brand their daughter, Pegt, OCCASIONALCHAIRS

MEAL 5 pound 43C I FROZEN PEAS /' 29C.FINE Mrs.larlum Saturday Betty at night the Jo RADIOS ;,

Mn Herbert Young table Table and Cabinet ,I
CfVVNULAtEIY'ACTORY PACKED Mr*. Willis Paget.Dr. "; If

SUGAR S lb s 39 and Mrs ollls I }

__ will arrive today to*
y 5 Corned ter season at'the ,55 EAUTY REST and SPRING t
Representative Will Ba In 'c BED ROOM SUITES ;
Apts ;
Our Store With Your EF 45' aMiss '
Coupon Friday and Saturday Peg!' Pear ;

Sch days Park, IH, I is the guest LIVING ROOM SUITES Streit Slumber Chairs ',1

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1 ( f fPACS I i I'AMi'OOa 1T & STUART NEWS, tl1"RTt MARTIN CODNTl'', fLORlD A,THURSDAY, OCT.! : .1. tt"


jkHn down tills i vicious offensive were given II i tin down on the : BAND RECEIVING (hit ,_It. 'Tills plan", has the Mr. alms! Mn '&,

II '! Vets Defeated 7-6: But tin home club Immediately Stiiurt 43; again" Left halfback I TIGERS HUMBLEOYNTON EXTRA 25-CENT FEES i school athletic aModatlopX approval :tIle week end In t Hodarp

: turntd: to the air and. aided' by a John EKrell:: then completed three and vM be In force: ,for I of her hrotlie.. 7dangk,
3'I '. holly-protested penalty again theVtts of four successive panes, the last extra! 35' 'le-taw| ...
,\ PLAYIN AH pncfed from the all seven home contests the. prlnc4 Mr. and Mrs IJ 11
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'j rplW 43 in the final Lan
t yards ale fur 24 yard to Howard
< .. J' I V Stymied fur the nwownt by two succenriv" '* 1-point MeAts and minute of the first half And Tiger cent! charged at the gate; for areierved pal taid Fmanras for the band Mrs. Erntowt Niplor
I I \ ) to JroreIta the mn<< with S3 fecondi left ,
j I, i\'l".'7" P'\ 'Injuriei to half a diuen pt 'era, the Stuart Veterans! looked forward ingle touchdown. in ,the half Aixrther, aerial from seat, at 'hIgh 4K.liot foot- I dominated a meeting of'the band leave Silturdl) Ii !Ins _
,:, I to an open date this wefck end! before plunging into the GLEWISTONIRC ball glens here this fall Is goingto I' I band In atacn,. ts
i'c c remaining The Seminole began their pay. EUvetl to Buddy Sutton netted the association at' the court hale Mor "'bert It
"t f : ,9)"' eight g.'\rncs" on suocvwivi Siitiudiivs on their card eating Dec 18 nit drive!' on the Stuart 4} \but anolfadet vital extra point. benefit the, high school band. I II accepted: { I rodeo Imth! lit
I Next will J\t\ Florida frol E reiterated day night Ssrvina
Semi ; Johnwlck at
t i stop a league In Luke Worth Principal f IIdIInI
_, f. I "Oct. snThe. game penalty\ and three 'plavjeojt The Vets roared back with atypical I -..,-.. -.-------- -- Fltld, 110
them 6 yards to on fourth Tilt Slated Tomorrow j -
? lute rush the '
J t II I t Vet ftmntl thnmtKis outweighed I eieveu., The hepvier down they punted in Stuart'i 5 ter to count their touchdown; finnl'qullr.and Friday Viaitora Ou I
I almott SO Ilea tilt Sominolei
CUD i hi ram '\'
m ATV ) ""t"A ;" I'ji''I'II. in dropping a 7-0 division Fort plowed I almoit! at will for yarduge ,nturn However. Stuart t \ was barely' mills another With completedotl'I Shipcirepeatedly 1 '

:, I ; Lauderdale Saturday night', hi the 1 though the ff.t t huff before the tthargod with defensive holding on <",+ Stunlt throwing moved to the Laud INDIAN RIVE wok CONF Pet CNCK nor:

Span '', I' f I I first (':ouufercwe' \ clwb for .both...... ,I Veti begun, plugging! : .the holes to the punt play and the SemlnoletRUSSELL '>!rdiile IS but the numb fuzled on C n'* .. r: 1 Hot M It *iTUAr I ATTENTION
II,f : ; the' IU A minute Inter the V.I. snt i.uOk > ,I i > K 4*
Palm koN { I IK II 4
Wltht ( t started again from their 43 And .,U.iirlM 55 Mt lra. i
,4 :I IfaclUf'11 tnw.llk 1 I nil a ,1LAtt .
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denied '
C ,.I, r ] were to be FHpluys, WCLK'a IEIULT* .
ALLABAUGHAnd I lour of them by Slum with sruaar n, av arwel u.
slbly i,} 't paint. ..caw II. Mtl$ /, '
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r ? lint, completed, brought the It
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,I (,. at' 11 with the tully coming on MrYQ CAMI:
" jl .1 1 : 3-yd, heave t.. Lloyd Thompson OdwkokK' .t Pmr M.TOMCaROWV CAM. u : AMERICANThe 'jt 'j

i't hi the end zone However an. '.HTl'AHT.I CP' .kew.M.IYwrw .
.i':, ,- THOMAS BRODRICK- ,. M TH..../ ...
t I \ i* \\ I other arriala for the tiring<< point aL 5.o M' u cIltt' '
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II. ,,' Announce the\peqmg of the. { lawn rah Lwa.Nwl.y..nw.. ,. ,: t : 1-. Stamped after four start 1 followinl letter, was received t by>> Carl L .Be"sv local li/imeum ,
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[ as a team not to be considered
t, ."t" r Y ; I II A.OlNeklst M.Carwks, Sir ad.t.na tint. C C.Idwtl.s.. 111- lightly, Martin County the HOB* W. Le. ('Daniel Senator from Texas, at' member of/he Committt;

f t A, BOWL. I Pint. laws., rL, High School's Tigers tomorrow Public Works of th\ United. States Senate)" ...... .
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I ) ,i ''II I Ir Yds. alas '"" ...., : .. : lei: will roam from the home .' ,
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.. ._ _...... .. II i lot for a Second time this 'r .
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J; ,'11t P- ht.rw4S.Q 1 e determined to hnprovd' on I
On 24th St in Was aim e h ,s'" rat.A.ta.....i.," j.w .It : at..1 the results of !their first road i UNITED STATES SENATJMMITT : a
,, ,.... ese .+........ IS J. trip. The opposition will be .
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2:30 Surd fternoon Oc \ aYYNtr. 5ik./fe I e1I 1u.s. in Cl' wiston at 8 p.ro. In an J ,,
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YIk a : f. PUBLIC
rid /i Indian ) ON WORi
; wt River l Conferencegame
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: I IJ Ii Il !' \ ...... .f..IoIN is.0Y4'. i a where the home dub,] r w I
Y... {teens _IIIN- It. 45 also dubbed the Tigers, b on J Ja '.

,)I \1 I sic Cordially Invited ""*> Capt. and Mr*. Ted Preston re- .and-two-game in no mood winning to have streak it I Dear Friend r r" ,rOn

If. L turned last week their
to on snapped. Both teams
I Ipr' won "
l I Palm May 20th lfl8, I publicly announce jff hat I would not be a
r ; Beach Rd. their
t [ after "
j last
..: (pending games week end "
candidate for re-elects n'to the United State enate. t had decided
__ ,_ the tRImmer._ in Nantucket, M.Iy I handily and are expected to I & I
.L a long time before tha date that would nojfseek re-election When
; meet at full dtrcrnrth
t ; ): The Tllleran.ckti1 u-p..wJn No.I I my present term expin\ on January 3, 194M, I will have served the

; ,: '" ". ... J In four steels under Coach public 10,years. The i iVope] of Texas haC bestowed upon me the ;

:\ .. John Golden; this fall when I highest honors within thtV power. They elifted tne as their governor, r
,': they smothered Boynton Beach and then reelected me. T\ey fleeted me ahelr United State> Senator,

", it-ll here Friday; night The I and then re-etected me. V have defeats a long list of the highest-

: ; ," : final score give little Indication ranking professional politic na in Texas,Jnany of whom had (hi acthi

'\ ,,,;r; r of the difference In the teams. 'I support of the politically p7)eal) Dynasty in Washington,

I i I "..1, Boynton, playing only its see, j, and the ,financial support o\the Tadicy labor' leader rackete with
i : ,, tory, game proved In the decidedly IChool'l. out Ms i all their millions, of dollar \I i am nolTa politician, never ha.been,

J i ; ,' claa.sedthe Tigers romped to I and never will be; yet, thanks V> the rvffc and file of-the sound thinking

I (, : four touchdowns In' first I citizens of Texas, t have nevel beenjafefeated"ln any politico -nte't-

.i 1f I .- ; '1 1'I. quarter, two coming snthJ.e first I.. 1I
f e ', to R'tm/' 2i( minutes of the game Golden I I
:t ,'Ii ., 1 thereupon benched the first I One of-the main reasons fo not running for) re-electtot a i the

'f, t'4 team at the quarter In favor of fact that 1 consider; 10 years of
1 1I 'oj;' 'YS p .. yrt1'R the the Utter second played third the lines and i public:' service, In fact, I belief that every elected federal official

t AL IS I .l half when the visitors entire managed second should be limited to one' term < jot more than 6 years. I am thoroughly -

rrl to turn the contest .Into amore .1 convinced, after carefu t [dy at close range, that the. main '

j 1Ye'f 'C'I a\ ,r, even affair, JfThe objective o( the vast majority if Ui elected federal officials is to get ,

itatutlcato'Sy sNmrrbw themselves. re-elected, re-elecjtf ami reelected, snd: that the (terrible ,

Bn awN.l.'k. ..., a I .4 e'-t5 condition existing in our fecljjral I ernment today isdue primarilyto
I Stuart .. .: .J| I / .-4t tha. fact that the vast fnaffrity of viese officials do the (hmir.. ''hat
( tat Olll L; rl y J 'es" .JAI ,/ H. a. L..nr/Jr( ,,u4 L W. 11..._..". will help get themselves re&lected, I stead of dong( the things/! that
la'da f 1 P10M .."i _. ,: aNr are best for the 'welfare ofjpur ;nation\

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', l ) V"4 \FLtsa Puny P..o..inost.4, oehu: :','.,::"., J I :
w r4.J'' 'whd .,_ I It Another :eaaoa wh.JS do not deslA to remain In the Senate for

'f.f 'f. Y + p, "' aYltlarf_ : .,, haw: IngnyW .ten.-.:: .T. ''1 T another 'term la becausjTl can see sligll hope of laving our nation ;
*:; miKttkflH t. wao.4 SsMY .'::::,'::, :: tae 45 from going entirely. socJlintic or commu ,tic. There are leas than t
f ..', dozen in the Unite* Senate who vote to maintain
111' men tates onaiatently
Anre. .4.. \iiMorii,. ;::.:,,,,A54 ,5/ 5.
Td.. lkt./faY the American form off government willedlto us by our forefathers
j ono P..lh rs.u s. a \ <:: .- 1".1 i This waa the form ofMovernment we had fytl} 1932 The only way, '

., T r i_ wnrs.::: ,_' .. ,,1 :St: a.tDOncERS'wiNi9n1 : as I .see it, to prevem our government goVg the way of alt great
nations of the past is JBr the people to conduct* thorough homecleaninf
In Washington. ThtfcBn be done by electing to Congress fndto the

Presidency an entiVly different type of met\than are the majority
For the third straight time this of those now therJF The housecleaning, undel the rules of the Con-

+::1 Kaaon the Stuart Dodger defeated situation, must be Conducted by the people. It will not be dom tij a

Burdine s Lake Park 3-1 st Little Dixie gang of,perm>ne* office-hoiders who think moV about holding their

-[H ,., ..: ) Park Sunday afternoon jobs than they dryfbout the future of our nation.

I TLLagderdilg
: THa macuT, couRT or
i .; i'l .COUNTY. BAKi FLORIDA.. IN CHANCERY, I would ewDy lay down my life to save o\\ \ American 'roan of
{ ':"' } 1 C AND R C M JOHNSON* SHELBY, AS CULLEV TRUSTEE* Constitutional Jlvernmcnt and our American sysVm of private enterprise

\ a Golden ." ''?'t't cxuaclt OP THE SAU NO WST ajAfTIST, \\hlch/Bur/ wise forefathers inaugurated ads bequeathed to( "*;

//t J ,/ sal vrs.L but I cannot Contribute anything to the cause by siting in the United

1 ti CARL,. DCr DANT. States Senatnffix more years and voting with a hopellhs minorit1 The

t? ORDEA TO FO*APPS PU5f ATION. people must waken to the necessity of sending a Afferent i l e r 105RTATC OP rEel At1O men and wuffien Washington to serve them, and tlVn not let them

al I a IT. I.CLAHINO CANLA, Dr rr .00151 Yel. kMtrsso. stay there jWig enough to become contaminated. As *pri\at citizen
I .. II .t .rt + .. Ill: 15 tM I shall be Wad about animprovemfrt
to work
Annivers naow.5 IW ..s .t dtuI1.M wd with other private citizens to \ring

{ 'L:y'y'I j' ,; '' t nest Ii. rwu.rah. r..1 is. o .Mlwdwl.W.. M ,dks.wr Y. Ia in the type of people to be elected to federal I positions.j .
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I s. Air.r ti.wb, flit. am edingly proud of my official record and accomplishments
;! al.as. ins tar .5.. .5 14..ebb.l.hen(+.d.wd4 NM lam strfiptaff! out of political life temporarily at least, bu\am burning

elite a..e..li. +M 1 ilk no brid/js either behind me or in front of flie. '
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'I x..n.. rYan a.n oral I d stain a..a.i.. la.rM wt., 1 lAav( appreciated your communications. in the past II1d shall

I .anti.4 tint.M t. Del d.frsd w t M am1.Mfodadt. CS alwajT I be pleased to hear, from 'you at-my. home addrelW01PTH l:1. fORT
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[early;t 1,000, "Nam ddedi. in 2 Years to Martin County List ,of Voters j "II, :

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N o T I trXreby theWst'tj Christie, Frank Hanes, Lillian E," Pltchford\; : l. I. 8r, Whitney, Bessie Brown, Wrs. J:. R.Burgun Edward, W D. Irwin, Roman J.

eertjfy" to belietVhs DeWltt Cook, William O'B. Hall, Mrs: L. D. t Pitchford M. F.ParkhunsL WldnaU, Elsie McA. James A. Edwards, E. W Irwin, Virginia\ d
fund reV I Elmer Hall, Lloyd a A. C. Whlttecar, Booth: Martha Evans Robert Iverson Mary Lolen
orreet lst'ot th* DeWitt George i. Holley Mrs. W. H. E. K. :: Christthe.
Plrtle, Whlttecar, Bauer, Arnold M. Evans, Qussle Ireland, Carroll F. r
land qualified elector* iI Darby.DeWitt, Greta Holley, WH. Plrtle, LUltan\ Ward, Edward J. Harbour, Harvey Escott Mrs. R. C. Inscoe, Locus ''
county, Florida. John J. Isham, Paul Pirtle, Max I Ward, Maria R. Bowie, 'y'homas.3.' Fulford, Luette Ireland Jewel 8.
MRS. ) f., BLAKESLEE.jupervtoor PRo hey A. Ingram, Edward F. little, Mrs. I r. i Woods, Thomas Lily ': Fulford: Robert P.Falconer Johnson, Mr. H, r.
of ReglstratlO! r Blanch* Ingram. Rosalie Price, -Henry Williams Alvln D. Brown, Melvtne E. E. Jamison J. *;T"s '., ..
hey, Adolph! Ingersoll( -Carol d. Paaske, O J. Wright, Robert :, Button Lula' Fowler Arthur H. Mr*. >A. '
l &x n., -Mwln, M. Jones, Lena ,: Paaskc, cleaner Wright, Edward B. Baldwin, Luther Fowler Elizabeth 0. /1 :u't, i.. '
IlEiVi"Vjiv Charles Edith M.Julia Johnson, Elizabeth Pfleuger; George J, Wynne Charles J. Barton Dolores. Fogt, earl M. Jones, Harry / -.y' 1 ,
run TUrman H. Dug II:, J Johnson Myrtle < h Pltehford oseph J. Jr. Ward, Robert S, Bell Eddie Fogt Barbara 1 Jones, .Martha 8. t
rnianrce Dugua Joseph E. Johnson, W.8'' \ S Pleau Eugene 4 Ward, Paulyne Banks, Ernest French, Price McD. Johnson, PhlUord t
r Obarles beth if. nubrule, ..Ufred Arthur 1 Jackson, K. r' Paden, Asa N. Ward Mrs Robert Jr Brannon, Mrs W, F.Prannon .' French, Alice E. Jackson Charles H.
> Darvlll, KVlnald E. Jonas George: W. .. 1 Quinn Harper White, Arthur J. W. F. Frey, Ralph E. Jackson, Mis. Charles
Rur, Lincoln T Darvlll, Cal Johns, John L Quinn Emogene White Mabel O. Bradley JamesBlake Frey Bertha E. James, Ilma 1 IA. \ }1 : i'
four, Pearl W Dels. Fred Jackson, Jennie !l5!:. Quinn, Albert J.Qulsenberry Ward Mrs B. W. Laura E. Fuggett, Mandle Johnson, C. /
fan, Burton C*,. Delss. Genet. Jones, Albert E. Geraldlne M.. Ward, B. W. Butcher, Gordon Fret, Ernest A. James, Robfft C R.'v
tin, Carolyn ; DuvalBesseJames Jordan, Frank H E. Wilson, George Coventry, Charlotte Frel Either J Johnson Jiv.Johnsoo .
Md, Douglas* L.fj'.A. ,J. Jordan., Well <. QuenslerRhoda::,: Adele -" Wilson France Church, Sally, O. Freeman, Joseph G. lrs. J. W. '
ms. DeWitt, Mrs. Oeol Johnson, Oscar F.:' .. Quenzler, Harold J. Woods, R. W. Craner, EdCleveland Flagg Harriet fc. Jamlsojr John H. ; ,
urn Deere, Mary 4'A. Johnson, Lillian Robertson, R. 8. Woods, Mr*. R.W.Wler A. Flagg, Maurice I. JohnsBBn, Minnie i r a '
burn, Ml. J. A. Dlers Jones, Clarence l. Robertson, Mrs. A. Charles A. Covebtry, Edith Henry C' Johnson, Earl D.
burn, John H Decker, Mr Elinor Jones, Mrs. Clarence Richard. Charles Wright Genevieve Charon, F. M. Frey. Pinkie I 10 /IOn, Alarie B.,
ode, Emijiallne r.Km Decker, Herman W Kllng, -'Joe A, Robertson, Elizabeth Ray Whttta,er, R. Davies Crary, Evan: : French, Mary Price Johnson, Edith
E. R. Duvagenelre, Ray Keith I L. O. Roark," Morris Wacha, Frank A. a Crary Talley Falrclough.' Beatrice A Xihns,, Harold R. .
De genell'e'l Regina Keith Etta Ra thereon, Mae Wright, James Harvey Coleman, J. L. Ounn, Tena M. /Johns, R. Cecil '
Irdsley. Florence- Driggvs. Lula Keith, George- Raulerson, Hugh Walker II Dorothy K. Chason J. M. OUlyard William f Johns, Arnlta r
Lies, W'B.la DupreeVwilllam Keith, Frances P. .r Robinson, Charles W. West, Walter H.I Courson, A. C.Coureon OUlyard, Melvlan Jock, Mrs. Eatell r
May Lillian EmersorrXJUlph Kith! Peart ; Robertson, Langley K. West Florence I. Lois OUlyard, Icy Johnwlck Erwin F, ,
[mjlng William L. Edwards, Vicorge F. X'lth, Claudnirig Rogers, babelle Welch, Charlotte 8. .tWe Chason, Joseph W. OUlyard, C,' L. Johnwlck Nell V.
ra H L Edwards Frtdreka H. Oenevleve" I IK Randle Charle ch, Berne Chason: Dewey D: Ounn, Anna J. Jose, Mildred
Iker, Bob Elliot, TeasEhrhart JTL %ner, Norman V. Roat Viva i kRawlln. Welffenbach, MargaretWright Cleveland Phoebe B.Clevelnd"MrI. Green, Cecla Mae Jones, S. W.
In. Edha Mr*. \ C. Krltpr, Alice M.' ., DeMar !Laura Cox: W. A.:, Griffin, Oeorge B.,. Jones, Mrs. Eva
le, Albert Ehrhart, H. C.> Kend% Allen F, Rawlins, Mrs. DeMar Warren, Grace E!: F. T.Coasaboom Green Charles Jose, Edward BrueCJohnson
tner. H. F. Everett William ?; Kenda \ leanor J.KendleBitha .. Robinson, Leon 8: Warren, Herman T. Herbert 8. Oreen Clifton Andrea E, f fJohneon.Marle
l Elliott Ethel B.Evernftam Roser, Mete Welffenbach, Russell A.Wyckoff. Calne. Florence Green Doc '
!*nauander Read George, < Kendle EoVard F, Rosen Charles A. H ,. Curry, WCulpepper Ollbert, Ida Johnson Norma B.
wn, Catherine"vrr Evernham, Vivian Kallstrom natter I A., Reynolds, Maurice Wllkle, A. J. H. C. Ooodbr y Johnson. L. M., .
| Carlbel t Emerson Aven Kitchen: OlivTi .. Richardson Arlington Wilde Sena M. Culpepper Lena Oreen, E yn Jones Leila W..
'woe, Wil1Iant E. Emerson, Angle Kitchen, HaroldTC Rlgg Anna J, Williams, Edith M. Chll6On.;Mre. D. Gray, _-. Jones Beatrice
VI, R H. Evert, Mark E. Kreps, Frances _gle, Rlgg a H. Williams, Leo D.. Clements, Mrs. Joe OaBtasT Rev. Clarence Jones, Sydney E, .
.ock. May AIn + Evert Mary F. King Charles Ryan, Marian '* Walker, Lillle A. Clements, L. C. Gaoler, Ida T. Jones, Mary L.
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Edward B. Ehrhart Jess L. ngberg. Mri.Eva\ Rennle, William J.t Wlneholt, O. H. Gila A- 'GrKfin, Marcella Johnson, Samuel Jr.
f j, Owen B. Frederlcksen, William L Largberg, Senske, Peter' Webb, Harry C. Clark lanir. Gant, Carrie T. Johnson Minnie Maude
Erd, Mary tr&lcee Frlpp, A. S. J. Senske. Marlon' White, Mrs Pearl { .. Marie Olson Alice V. Johnson Eddie Lee
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Mrs Jay A. Fogarty, W. R. Langford, V. G Stlkr nson, Henry P. Zech, Louise M.Zahrndt Chold..An el Pauline Klckllter, L. C. '
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Mrs. C R. Fromer, Herman H. Landauer, Charles F. Sides William Anthony, J. C. Jr. able, Margl ret V. Oarms, Anna M. Kraft; Clarrlse R.' '
fcnnan. Ma Fromer, Emma R. Lukens Mr. W H. i 'Schilling, Chart! Anthony, Mrs. J. C. Jr. able, Bea Garms Herman. J. Kupke Mrs. Walter tt.
(nnan. Herbert Fedlgan Loretta H: Lukens, W, H. -shilling, HelenS Ashley EdnaArmstrong. Carver Ernest O. Gray John C. King, William I'' ;
tnben, Theodor Fedlgan, Frank Mitchell M. M. : Wlllard Donald Jf Carmel, Charles A- ail Mrs. Jack King, Mrs WUUara ;,
bwn Arnoldkham Frlpp, Bernice Mitchell, Lizzie i '- S g ehuret/Harry" Atwood, HoAllan r JSf Carmel, Mary 'Thompson Dray Mrs. J. C.Oreenfund King, D. W. Jr. f
Harry W. Frip 'Albert' 8. Jr. Metzger, Mrs J. L, Swl lehurst, CallsteSulUvVfl. Tom. & Carter, Annie Bell Boon J It. King.. Lillle i
ttham. Leona H. Futch.: Melvin i Meckelsen. Mae v \ John A. ,Ashley Emma '1'. Jr? Csongedl, Frank Green, Emma A. Knapp Richie P.
Vnwell, John D. Fernandez Mrs. A. B. Mitchell, Marlon M. ,;y. Start ntnry B Ashley, R. C. fr Csongedl, Dorothy .E:. Oreen Earl J. KnappVlvlneKltchlng .
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der J. Ralph Fagen: 'I'l' MuncH, H. W. Bmith..Mr ,. Jt. .Arbogast, Mrs LA:X.k Cabre, Mr*. Henry Godfrey, "Jack M. Kemble, Alice R,
mer, William J. Ferguson Forest K. Jr. Malcher, Clarence Shiver,, W. Arnold, MrL W tfC. Carr J. M.Csongedi Glpson, George Alva, Robin Mrs Otto PRobin.
wmer, Eula" Maxine Ferguson, Mrs. F. K. Martin William K. Shiver, Mrs. .. M. \ Arnold W. U ., Julius Glpson Dolly Otto
_s William Ferguson F. K. Mlchaelson, John 8. St. Clair, Marl.. hi llln, JanatfjS E.Ibritton !:. Colbult,, Homer 'Grundy, W. A. Kramer, F. M. '
Kit, Earl Francis: L M. Mlchaelson, Dorothy Starnei, Warren JKfesley Conger, J. W. Ounn, R. M. Kramer Lottie t
Jkcr Theres Glass Frank Martin B 'D. I Smith Robert O. A. ley, 1 1Rln.1 Cox, Damon Sr. Oargull, May Kramer Ralph' W.
tker, Joseph Charles Glass. CatherineOldoon Murphy, William F, Shomer, Mrs. Helen' All E. Cox, Bertha Dray Alan F. Kindred, Henry O.
Olga H 8. Murphy, Naomi Shomer. E I*. Arm W. C. Cleveland, Fronle T. Gerould, H. L. Kindred, Virginia M.
jker Kvnds, Margaret 8. Gideon, Clara Maeder W. R. Spinney, Mrs Edith M. An r. W. C. Constance Mrs. J. C. Oerould, Mrs. Lena T. King, Grover C. '
Jitht, Meda Gideon, Lucy Middleton, Lorrah : Spinney, Randolph B. H., ,',Constance. P.billy E.: ". GrtbUn, Francis, Keller, John W. -
[lint E. Gore, D. J. ... Middleton. William t, Barnett Ralph, Jan* H, Gore, John Miller Lyle B. ;; i? Sharp I Reuljen O.Soter ustln, Ev n W. Conrad, Oeralome W. A. Kennedy Edith N. k y,
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Cecil E.ison Glass. Mrs, WilburOlass Munch, William It Smith, William' A. tolopoul Oeorge Clark Hattie '' 'Hartman, R. W. Kramer, Viola i
Ethel V. Harold Munch, Mrs. W. H. Sutton, Joan E.Sutton PearAlexander Irene Conrad, George W.; r Holleran Mary B. Kreuger, Albert P.
Ectman. La Verne Oraham, Julius MUpel I, Mrs. Laura. Stephen >K.St. > VBakeXJ. Clagett, Augustus H. Harrison Velma Kreuger, MadeUne H.
Vtman. Lewis A.illlf .\ 'Goodyear., Edward J. Mlspel 1 Paul Clair, William D. Clagett, Anna E. Hall. C. A, Kavanaugh, Robert B. 7
Mrs Edmond Oasser. Walter Wv Murdock, J. F.Murdock i Silas, Elbert J. Bowie>rhoma* M.. Carter, Mrs. Ford R,'Jr. .'. Hicks, John E. Kavanaugh, Mrs. R. B.
B. Oasser, Mildred A. Fern A. Start Maude May Bowie, Mrs, E. B. Courson, Joseph Jn Hudson, Beatrice Kerr, Mrs. Andrew
t k-key, Blanche Joseph T.hung Gazlay John Stokes 'Maurice, Lester L, Shaffer, Elizabeth R Baker, Ophelia Caesar; Albert H. Hudson, D. 8, i Kerr A. 8. .
key Mary Oewert Rudolph F. A. Miller William B. Shatter, Melvin r. Bell, Rose*} L. I Culllns, Frank B. Hall, Fred L. Kanarek Oscar 8.
Geoffrey A. Olendenlng, Edward Miler Sarah E. Stephens, L. J. Beach Hele) Cook, Hazel W Hall Ruth M. Kanarek, Mrs. O. 8.
tth tinge Katherine Gamble Isabelle J. Malone, Nora T. Schllpp, Charle Bell Thelma Cook George H. Huff, A. Hnr.dl.ut Kanarek. Irving O.
Mary Goodyear, Mary Malone, Joseph E. Schllpp. EmU Burt Edith N. Cook Louise A. Kemble, Charles T.
hner, William Gamble, Louis J. Martin Alice B. Smith, dwa Burt, Stanley O. Cosden. Mrs. Burton : H.p1111 Ktlgour t ThelmaKindred
Iwn jnner, Eleanor France Gamble J. C. Martin, 'Leo ,, Smith, An Bell Anna Cook, GisbartCaner Lewis I.. Charles H. +,
Mrs. Gordon, James R. Mlstura, Stanley Sims, WaSchoenb L. Barnes L. W. Mamie Harrell: Mrs. R. E. Kajander. Hugo
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Travis Gladwlsh Fred Francis Meyer Lillian Schror :arle E. Baker, William/ R. Mrs. Paul Hall, James H. King, E. J. 1 .
France* Herbert O. Miller Harriet 8ch .. Willis JU. Baker, Evalena D \IICOITIbe, C. Hall Thelma King TillieKanarek
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Cth dy. W. y, Greene.: Robert B Moraa, Joseph B ee. Dorothy Brooks, O. E, Dougfe. A. F Horton, Daisy F. Littman, M. O.Llttman. .
C. U.onbcn Gideon Lawrence 8. Moran. Elizabeth' O. ;leton, Margarle Blair, A. 8 tplrr, Cfarles F 1. Henry, Constance B. Mrs. A. E.
Ann Gideon, W. Wugun Bcttle C. Mrs Gels Lyons Harry L.
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_.ciii. Willie A. Gray. Robert Ru Spencer, F. L. Bartlett. Leslie E. Dare, Earl J. Hunslnger, Mr. Maude E. Law Carrie Bell
kin*. George P. I Harbrecht Sophia McAlister, 0 e Sawyer Arthur L. Bartlett, Floretto Dare, Mrs, Earl Hollo, .Steve Langford. J. H. 1
Vlstlan, Mr*. Marl Helller, Tom. T. R. McCrca E. _. Smith Chauncey H. Bennett Andrew W. Damron: : ,, Luther: Hollo, Katherine Kloo Long. C. W.Lawrence !
line, Mary Ai Helller. McCormifJfrMargaret I S. Tllton. Anita Bennett, Lucie A. Damron, Virginia E. v Hoffman, J. F. H. K.
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Lvtlan, Isaac H. Himdry! A. H. McCailJtT, H.' B.McLWl Taylor John L. Boxwell Charles baleen, Oscar A, Hallbach, Louis Lewis, Willie H.
Irian. Ann K. Hendry, Lydia J. M. Taylor, C. E. Brown Joe i Dlrr Caroline K.Dolphus Hkllbach: Daisy Leeman George E. '
Itaruza, M. Hertel, Adolph Mc hy.: Mr*. J. M. Taube, Arnold' Brewer CatherineBoxwell. I J. H. Ha" sr, Marlon, Leeman, Mae
itelle, Hilda Hertel. Lucy R. mnell. Albert R. Taube, Mary--L Mrs. Louise De Bose, Julie a .Ruth Lowery, PeggyLangford
tells, Mack Harrell\, James ,_imara, J. W. Trickett. Charles Bowerlng Art Darling Raymond E. .-r. ,Alberta Mrs. A. T.
Ronald Harrell, Mrs J. R. IcLarty. RoyMcCaulpy. Taylor I LenoreTlndalt flowering, Gladys Stuart,. Darling, Helen M. H m John E Lukens, Mrs. O. R. d ; 3
Mrs. R, Csell. ; Hoke Harry H. Jean' Joseph M. 'tTindall. Brown C. C. Dowdy, M. Hefton, V>arles 8 Lynn, Clifford )L. ;
Hazel Hoke, Quee a A. Newfletd. A!L.. Lillian M. Bradford, Amanda B. Diamond; Davy D. HerrXi, Hannah M. Lewis, Volena t 1,
.sell, Herbert Hoks, Richkd Nuner Mrs. R. 8. Traylor. a H. Burns, Mr George. U Diamond Ida R. Haas, Lewis, Eugene A.
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ypoole. Milton E. anche F, .Traylor. Mr*. C. H. Bass, Mr. Lena Davies R. T. Harklns, Id t M. Luckhardt, Leona
Irk, Laurence B. Nightingale, Harry Tonneson, Peter E. Barton, Blanch Decker Florence HarklnsHardy. ha C. Lukens, O. R. '
W, Fred Hawkln', Era k C.Ptlrtrenteln. Nodlne Ethel Tllton. Mildred N. Barton, J. D. Decker, I. L.Donaldson Mn. ea ce Lavene, George W.
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Mennlnger r, Edwin A Jr. Lucy T. Veal, Mrs. Kathryn Crawford, L W. Tlayes, Rosemary+ Peon,. Phil t Williams Mill .. Holland, Baxter
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I McCoy Mary Rollins Swanson, A. Williams, Rose A Coane, Myrtle Ludlum J W. Smith. Kingsley E. Baldwin L: Atlesl1';:; ;. Lewis, Ellen '
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Noe, Mrs. WUllam C,I Stokes, Elizabeth S. Wright, Kenneth M. Dungan Mary E. LummlAMrs. W. 'd. Smith William'- a Bush. wde'J.,: Lynch, *. C. "
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A Phllp Ruth Stegers. Frank Anderson, Dalton Fetzer, F E.. Meggett, James W. Schnurbusch, A. M.: M ,one Leona R.'. MUrphY, L. J. .1
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Jim J.William. Browning, Chios- Page, John Floyd W, McPherson IreneMcLaultlmn Matthews, Gertrude V. Pound, Beatrice France 150 CHANCERY I5. |;I"; 'I
K. Claud D. ,
larh Browning, E. L. Padgett, Henry H. Donaldson, VeraDeVilblss. Parson "
William C.
Matlock E W.
ML Alfred Parson. Mrs. Mertlc -SmNscuma.. .. ..I"hlfttat'of
non. Browning Eula: Padgettinnette Paul Alan "
Mrt J. B.iy M.Puttum. Mclnnls Clintoal May Edgar Parrtsh Billy F. ... i.tou. '" AR. S'S.is.deso.d ,
ott, Belknap\ Elisabeth 1' Pelrce, .JM DeVilblss Kathleen Nipper, John MoCall J. L. ,
William B. Jr.
James Callen, 1. H Harry1 Durrance, Mau.JIj. Ostertn. B.Oateel McCall, Mrs t. L ,B. E. --Pl&l.. .

.17, LuCY CaJlen\ Anne Pullum, Harry Durrance. \. Mrs, B.* McCall J. L. Jr Page ; "
IPI\ IAn svypwr. a4/W hANS
WAOk Callahan Pelrce Susanne BPullum ban .
Louvenla Durden, OReilly Q. J. Powell, James H. ttto.R C..nd stresses .. aI. .
Craw, Marvin Richard W. Dodge. JackDodge Osteen, Fred Thomas ,(.....ta, -
eliJameIdarvlt. Crow. Anna Pullum Byrd Ji.Renaud Mn. Jack Roell Patterson, G. B.
Osteen Elizabeth
Roell To
curl QulerrrnLz
Li Orandeen Coane, Shaylor C. MirtheRsadafl Dickey, Doris N, O'Day JohnO'Day C. Powell, A. A. I It''M s.uwlca TO. APpUIt .
Df Culpepper Henry Bertha M. Dickey, O. ft. Price Joe .
Mrs. John Simmons H. W.' Jr.
R'W. P. Eliaabeth tbett THU STATS Ot FLORIDA Ito,
Randall :Eddie
Culpepper Lena' Dtdden, Petty Emma A. M. =: .... -
Banner William, B. Jr. Jaao a.,. and/or JOB* StynatanMand
Collins, Lillie Roche)!, Billy Donaldson, H. P. Porter. Mary N. Walker, James 1. Roland. L. F. ., a* mnrrlod, Stypaian,
Conbey Alice W. Riley, John Donaldson Della Parker, W. M. Walker Lewis I E brr kaaband. soAker of .. la kowwaId : '
Callahan R. R. Reid, EllaRoberts : Donaldson, William H: Roland Mrs. I.. F. ba oltbor doad or alira. tka laat knownaddraaa -
I Parker, Berry Walker, Mrs Debbie Roland W. A. ar Plata af roaldtnM of .1 lior|
1'n Samuel Callahan, Mrs, R. R JamesA.Roberts Elback. Joe Penhale Mm. J. A. Indl.ntow..PRECINCT No, of whom ta soS,.... Howll Tilila, I..
V. Gladys It.n Conine, Leon A. Mrs. James A. Evans C. R. Plnney. Le Roy W. J. A, Roland William _..... ..._ .... b._. ......- and
Mrs. AtlenIfe Chinch: Geneva Mathll Rudlger, Louis Joseph.Rudlger Evans Vlda V.ElklnsLt.L Allman Roland, Mrs. W. F. K.ldiinot, .. ..11IoA..I.. S. Tu..,
Peck iobent'Peck Allman, Alice Roland Ira dmaaid. wba. but ..... addrota. and .
Chance, Wataon Emma Ada Jane Bowers, AdaUne Mrs, Ira roaldoao. la ...,.... Inunwtll: Gtb....., ',
Cobb Reckleti. Edward Elkins Dosha Gertrude for klntitlf matt* foe '
Ulysses Peck Robert 3. dtttaooi an us
Brown, Fox Rowell D. W. ........ .. HHIha '
P 'ftowrtoT. De Vor, L A. Recklett, Irene Elkins, Isaac M. Jr. Patterson C. N. Olbfcoaa. .1. known
Brown Myrtle Rowell. Mrs. D. W.Rowell""O. N. Olbboaa.' sod Bortka M. Glkkona, ;'kiaMft
JS. St. Leona
k.0* Loach, C, ?. Onge Felnauer Clarence Patterson Olive A. Bow W. O. L. dooaaoad, ln' hoi known aiddtoaaaad ,
Witt, W. A.berts Xje Iach.. Mrs. C. F. St. Onge, C. A. Femauer Eva Belle Patzak Frank Bow Mrs. W. 0. roaldoaoa of tilkor af wkam la vnknowa < '
J. Jr.sler. DaWlS. J. W. : Shaw, I ie-. Flynn Martha Roland, Mrs. W. A. Frank. W, Fop*. Br,. dan atad,
Patzak Bow Pea rile ..._.
Ida Shot Lillian t Rollins, B. C. aev laat knawn addroa. sad *
Da%, Georgia Fuge Percy Robertson Harry B. Bell J. W. Mrs B: C. la nnknwai Julia II toot, dooaaood.wkoaa ,
Slr, Louisa Dlaiflbnd, James 'W Short, Peter T. Free Lillian M..Plynn Rowley, George L. Mrs J. W. Rollins. laa known .......... and ...1 ..*
Sims A E. Bell Rogers Mrs. HarryShivers .. Jr,. ...._ '
Dr.A. .DlamoM, Catherine Charles Jr. I I. o.k. : Frank V l-opr
J. C. Sims Wilma S. N Rowley Carrie C. Buckles, C. 8, Carl C. ... .b_ sot known .dd_. .tnd ...j. ,
dish, De VorrXi Emllle Fox, Boyd Raulerson., Burls FRaulerson. Bass Archie W. : dona* In ankaowni' Cknrloa F. Vopa
Edlsh, Vergleidlsh. Davis Ttitkon Shaw Arthur H. Fox. Ethel E.Felgel :. Mrs. B. F. Bass Mrs. Q. J. Savage ._... wkaao aiat known 'atdravaand
Lester Shaw. Nella H. P. Savage EUt rtaldonat In aakaown Blolla H.ropt .
Dekt W l HKDalrymple Lena
; .
Ross BeiIgRobertson.
Bass .
CdUh, Mrs Lester ; Wkker) W, Sands, Mrs, 0. E. Frlsble, Henry Edward A :tut Savage, wboM rotldtnot It It w..svti ,
,. Bow, rt J. A.Stalvey Stroot, -Nw fork, M. 'FrankDorld
idenberry, George S, Dennis, Henry >v Samalens, Mrs Catherine Fulton Audrey Reddish, Hobson Bow Kirs. WIling Slay, : 7H Papa, wkoaa roaldoat* h Hlrk-:
I. I. Denny Lula Smith, William P. Fulton, Ervln M. Jr. W. .rr, II."......, Bee York, Ell........ '
jtlS James K Russell, Clyde Bass.V A SlmmoShlvar J p. H..,.., *ootoad, wkt. laat .....
; fcabell .
Daniels, EDenckla Stoddard Gregorie, L. 8. Russell Mrs. Clyde Bass, Mrs. Eugenlsf CI $ ....... and ....1..... I. ..k...*' Ltroyand
.flton, Maud K: N. R. Stoddard, Prance B. Gregorie Elena Robertson, Raymond Brown Douglas A. N. H.._ .._ .... S.-.. ._. -
0. Smith, David L. GenIes, O. K. : Slay Phy la iwaMtaat .. unknown, John t. Hnttr -
ith Daniel Robert 8. Severson. Robert' 8Steffena Joe Reid, Arthur A. Brown, Mary SimmonDorrts; > ........ ...._ It tnknown .kat ,
Jtltott, JameS Daniel Nola M. Gay Rayburn A. H. Brown Bill Sorrel Joe S, : .. la C/O Offltoa of I' o
Peter Henry R. Gay,' Mrs: 'Joe .::.i.H..K":,, .,..Lak'r"b:
ae Dohne J. A. Randall George W. Brown, Martin L. ., t amot, ,
-cley, 3. LUs. Dohne Theresa Steffens. Julia C,, Ouyer, William W. Shivusf Kilo a.. ...... I. .1..*,," : v... Handnll Vopo 1
B.Lin Shore W. AShore Cal Randall Mrs. George Blythe Dorothy George A. ..5/. .. D Randall raw*. _......, wboalaat *- .
- frank Davis, Milton & Oore, Reddish, Era C, Blythe, Edwatd,. Sanders, H McRae known ..._ and ratidnK* It ..- -
Herman DElton > Davis, Mrs. Joyce Cora O. I Gore Gertrude Roth Carl B. Brown, C. W. SaGnders Connie B. h.... Marilyn Patricia: Con, w.boa .

Harvey E. Dickinson RoY' -Sanaa Ida, George Mrs. M W.J. ., Griffin 6..Wp.J. Roth. Mrs. Cad B. Brown Mrs. C. W. I ahlvar, Desslejsmeens rooldone___*._,_ta'_III_.n.Poauot.. __._A.,.:."':..!_,._..J._wooaord '

tier, Fred De Armond R C. Gene, Robertson, Thomas\ 1'. Bramlett, Mrs O. O. : ., M Ja. wkoo" .. .. known ..,..,... and
jfldd, John De Armond, Mrs.<< R. C.Elterbe lm, Arthur J. Oreenlees Davlda 8. RIley, MerleRoberts ,, Bowling:: H. W. Smeeks Mrs. Inca r Uonu la nnliaowni A. U. M.rsu..u.,

rd!, Bert B. Helen Cubberly 8ttIk Bessie F. Gore Mildred L. J. N. Bowling Mrs. H. W. /, Strickland, C. &, d..d. whoa laat known addrrai,,utoroaldonoa .
woo Jrnao* Brnrk, tWJiU.Mabolto
....d. Agnes f. Ellerbe Thomas H. SayHonold0.' Gates, Stanley C, Rosbury J H. A. Collins Enoch Shepherd H. F, L. .....1.. ..--. wnooa .toil

tiler, Radle English, Dorothy F.English 8ha rs. Dan Greenlees, Joseph S. Rowe, C. H, Clements James A.Clemente Mr* Bessie A. .nuoa ..If_. and ralo, >...* wna Jonaon,
famel Hannah K.hrkland Stewar William Greenlees, Mrs Joseph, S. Shepherd, ......., norldai A. N. Wamor, dsod..h. .
H a Stanley A. 11:. Mrs. James
Smedber Mra. John William Smith; J. D. .... a.. kd...... 7,0'.
John Funk Z). M. .. ,Gallagher, Stanley Esther OJ l' Clements ::1r,.. stetson. Allyn O. ..., A.' U 'wsoc s
rawska. James Funk C. H Splcer, Oe \ ", Gallagher, Marie LouiseGaInes Smith George A. Clements, L. 'I* P. W. ::: -= : I..i. liftSsem

3. F, Funk, Mrs. D. M. Splcer Shiver\ ;[ Grant Smith, Leona Clements. A. W. Tlllls.Tastula Mrs W. :J, J rt.al.. ..u.oXoniod.. wkooo NC. If;TaatMnm 'At

C. Julia V.Vrman Funk' Mrs, C. D. Garrett, Dalton H. Sawtell. J. N Clements I. P. Tastula. W. J. h.,.. ......... ... ...._.1. ."' _.1
Lillian M. Flanagan, Thomas F. Thayer S. B. Guthrle.Charles. Sawtell: Margaret B. Clements, Mrs. I. ... France J. _..... 4_". wkooo,...
fckland, H. W. Farrls, Oscar L. Thayer, Mrs. S. Hunderlach, 8. A. Stoller, C. E Clements. Florenat Tlllls Mrs. 1...., ....... .d ......._ I. .._
: Taylor T. T. k.b, A" 5bSu..b. CSeuave. sod
TUton Katherine
Lion. Marguerite Falk, Albert Hunderlach, Stanley','I. H. Caveney, W. Cf Taylor' Mrs. ConstanceTindall '." 00.....__ kor h.......,
dhckland, Cordelia M. Falk. Margaret Tllton.O. H. Hodapp, Margaret' H.Hildebrandt Smith, Nettle< Caveney, Mrs/w. C.Caveney HaeelTlllls ..ltIt.. of ..... ... known U .W oMhorAlbwt '
Situ Dot E E. Smith Benagle RuUl ....... so 11I1.., sod .ho ......... sod _.i.dso .
Folsoin Clay J, M, Corrhie Charles /II "t'" .. ..... I to s.a1.so..l-
>llh, W. O. afctt Fair, Thomas fr.o: ; William Stanley, Mrs G. i.! Curry FnaiCCurry Tlllis William E. K. D.8t...... ..... la not known '
F. It. 1 Griffin, L. A. Hildebrandt, E. E. Jr. Stanley Gordon E.Sanaon Mrsf Frank R S. M .bq tlthor ...... ., .1'.. .... P1.soIsold.
Forest S.llchthng. Caroline Taylor OaceZrene Hammer, Edward G. John Coachimaa Hamp Thomas, ... .. ........ Rrdnao """ .......,
tItIan. Griffin Tweed. Norman E. Hodapp Bernard Thomas, Maxine .10. 10 5,4 1..._ 1. 1.. ....... d..4.os0. .
Frank Griffin, Mary O. Stanley Fannie DIMs A. O. Thigpin. D. H. .t and. wkoot rtoldrnt. .. ..b.q'l"

hoik, Douglas Griffin, W. D. Turner Thomas ..Hiera, W.nsAW. Stanley, Arthur; Jr. 'Daughty, J. A. Underbill, C. C. W... DoRtruboa, wb.. ta not baa* U
mderson, Robert, Griffin W. J. Tate, Clarence A. lera. A. Sheder,. A. O. Dauiihty, Mrs. J. A. Underbill Inca 1... tllkor,. d>*d., .. allv. and whua* .*...
Taylor Olive M. W. B. 4.nr ta anknownr Alton Gnvlry, mho byv
nunrock. Alln Griffin Ads R. Bertrand L. Sell, Fred DiscUs i, J. E. Underhlll DewDton .. bnowa M ,b* itar* dtad op allvt,
tavers, Thomas O. Gardner T. F. Taylor, lapp, Savage, H. S. Dly n i, Mrs J. E Ursry, R. E. .ad what* iwldtfua. .. unknown) Iron*
J. B.luvage Tally. Aithene'litton rHupfeAnna Fannie ekeS," and. If nnrrlod.CarliMa ',- ,
Jean Iase
usage. Galgnlere rykit Savage, C. E. : :
Frank B. Ig} l -- fir"I. Ursry, .. huaaaad. .noliko* .1 whmI
Pose Oeer Blanche Van Avery. Trlcartco Salvatore A. M. Spires. J. A. ,Deaoe, A.fllavry Urary M. R. I I. known a. .b. oliHor doad at anrn,
lurage, Ruby Oott, J. F. Spires Lena Patsy % Watson W. R. and ta*, .......... .. '., af whom .
Trlcarlco. Blanche C. HupfeliVtto O, James .to unknown i ....1.. 1_. who. la Hot .
C. L. Llllle John
unite, Oott Vera F.Goodhart. :: .Savage Davey. Watson, L. R. .
Vlblral. JoaeptS.WblUam. Hodapp T known t. bo .... .. Otd .. allv* and
fcvens. Milton Anstls McCormick Alot r. Savage, Claddls Ellis J. H.Fountain. Watson J. L. whoa* ...._.* to, ""k....... W. ...
Inger, WUllam M. Oeer. William C. Hilton,, Jo.Hollls Simmons, Esta M. A. T. Waldron C. rtWllkison r....... alt, .known .. WUIIaiK Worrlr
>elton, Mrs, Douglas Oattls. Dr. E.Gattls William, Ida 'Auna'.fari.Hilton Simmons Herbert W. Sr./ Fountain,, D. L. R. W. tow Toomor wkonn roalooar' la;lt.e,.
Wood, J. W. Mrs. i\fn F.Hogarth Nona Carolina bourn* Mara and John
elton, B. D. Laura William lr.I AlfreF Smith Bertie Mae Fountain A. T. Jr. Watson, John More _.,,_.hlp doiny. h..i.... ..
lien, Charles Clement Hart AnnaHlldebrand Wheat .' Smith Emmett' B Fountain Edward Wall C. T. Mara Rraikora. taa. ......... ... wkkrkdtnot .
iderson Mrs. Lois Fred li.Hlldebrand Wheat, 'Barbara A. Haye. Lucian W Stossel i. Doris I Fountain, Mrs. Edward Wall., Mti. FnHda. .:t"It:1': : sod U.5..
Wheat. William H, Harper Mrs. W .._ m's...
let, trancis Ray Zaldee Wilmot Arthur, L.Wllmot Richard OHupfet /"_ Stossel Ervir Fletcher, C, M. Williams, J. D. ..,....., and 11 I. not kn... "otb..
Lewis HupfeU Mrs. Eddie 3 O. W H ...... .. ,. .
Icr. Hubert Hlldebrand, MarcelU ShIfter Fletcher, Waldron, Mrs. C. of partn h drod W aliv" ,
_.iderson. John F. Hall Grace Louise Jean Martin Shifter, Eddie f' Fletcher Mrs. G W. E C. ,11.. 1._" isee Caa.po,.., also h..._
White E. H. Jr. Fred THtronlmus Webb, ii eses ason dA.ubsod I
Helen, T FJ \
P. J. Joe Sudhoff, > Fortune, W E. C. :
tIeS, Haslom, White Katharine Anna M.Hlronlmus Webb, Mrs. rlorMa oonrarotlon, wbuoo hot 1.ns..
Mien, Mrs. P. J. k Horn.. Frank \ 'L Sudhoff, HA./ / Freeman, D T. White Sam .ddelD. 'W" S.k.bIe.' Bbs-kb. i'd1.s
vfnson Mr*. Rosemary Holland Sidney, Worth, 8 .' Elizabeth Simmons, Park T. Freeman. Mrs., D. :T, .White Mrs. Sam .... ....... 01.-s."... ... Je.ve'i
Worth. Kate Hironlmus. George P. VI.k7SatE ... .a... T_..' and Oarar Hoot
iiith, Donovan Jr.DitlL Hunter Silas WHham Mark: A. '", Mrs. Veins.Hedrick. .Blmjnons, Mr Mary Ooode.' :is.Tw. Wells, Mrs Mary -W. .1.. 0' .5,1. "A _
Mrs. Donovan Jr* Hall Althalre L. MIen' Higbee, 4 Mrs EsSily Goode: T. Wllkison Mrs R. W. Ie ..h.._, s.d. ho 10.. h.... .dd_
Mrs. Josephine Wttham, Donoth' : ONHodapp Sterns, Wallace H.' Galloway,''W.' F. Virginia ut _. se u.... so. J..IlI. 1'10..
elton, Haromy.iIOphla/ Washington I .W,, W. Robert L.Higbee ,. "' M. W F. Weeks Mrs. I..., A. H. Wsoir I.... 5 ....01.....
nlth, Mrs. Lillian 0>. Hutchlnson. Earl Wilson Anna P. Jessie E. i iHaye. 'I items. JjsJephlne Galloway Mr" Webb J. M. .......... ........lion, wkon. ...t known
hock, Robert C. Hillman, Rody It> h, yde E. Gold, L. T. Whitaker; Cecil B.: add_. .... 0'ort .._. Florida.andinoao I ,'
AnnaHennesaey Walker, George Ola E.Hogarth S h valeeg Gold Mrs L. T. Ebern: but. ....... INrorura ..* A H.
lick Josephine* Hlllman Watson
Wood, Sara W. Alfred ThomaS! Ws.'SO. SSts.sd, .1.. I..s i.-'. ..d.'I''so
ijer Atari Alyne Walrath, Velma O. Howard Stella g 6 XIUIdeOOd Gold l L. ,V. Weeks Charles B. irs B'. Ple.. CI.. A. II, l5u.ls. :
smoni. Frank O. Henneasey, Jack C. Lee I. Gold, Mrs. L. V. Watson Mrs. John d.-.sod. ..h_ .... ksos ....... sos
R. Williams Ethel Howard George 'Stsel.I H. OUIledge, Mrs. 'Alto Mrs. J. W. ,.._. am. puoa. ., .....11. ... S..
Ve7, A. J. Hurst, W. Wethington.-'Tom Howe, Jane L.Howe isEteenlmitherm Alto Whlttteld. .. ..__. .5... .... known .dd. ....
vey, Mrs. A. J.M Haromy, John C. Wethtnxton Mary WilUam H. Il1)sset I. Oulledge, ... I.._. SirS florMa. ..d. Anna OWarnor .
t. 'T'LgnAADEiTIOlotltN'7I'
Charlie Hall. Charles i. William Guy, H. P. ( ., ..s... ..... known a dlwat Wat C F
Yates, J. H. Johnson, J. J. Olivette Patterson for M.... .. 11and. .
D. WHile !Simmons, Guy, Daisy TIC cmcurr COUIJT .n 117th 51- Hu.hlea. Lonl
antis Harry Ingram, Yates F..W. Johnson Mrs. J. J. C. JTeppe Mrs. ,Ann TIN COUNTY > .. N>w York, Wortkia'tou, V, Wood,
irker, Joe Ingram, Otis Yates M. H. Jeffers Paul Thlboult \ Oaffney. CHAR5ts-Y NO. ,.. dcwrntod whota .... kaowa .....,..... and
irker Nathan Johnson. R. W.fackson :Ben S.Turner. Oaffney, R, J, 0. OdOHLkit.s -. of al..o: J __ Co tacu. tots N.
N. A ,Young, R. T, Jeffers, Maude R. Off le Olbbs, M. N. Jr. H..1t a T..... Co. S _..II.... J, N.,..... .t.. k s,.. .. I"VI.I W.'lve,
jrker, Lois Zuch, J C. .'... Krelder Mrs Gene; Turner Evelyn O D.Hataway .. T...._ r ...... ...._ Ie ..... n'b 8.,,...
\ Hataway,
Jylor, Merle Jones, W. Wfohnson Such, Ella V. JosesLeonha.; JlamW' el.SA.. Late hland. Nw York, Tko.r. .
0.toIi.son Taylor, Edward W. Mrs. O. D. ,... .... .
fcomas, Bennie J.. PRECINCT Ne. ( -5 W. whoa* .d4 and .s.4.iss. *
Charles K. Amelia F ... City lOllI, Mrs. Budis J. Terrick John E. Hodges J. A. SOtlTHLJ yhopp, Alexander, Alice t. Joss Fred ifllhIr7.D. .... .. .,.. Holan _. _
Ness MargaretVan G. T. 0. no W. WOMMO
J. I* Jamison T. W. Arnold. Mrs.' Helen Van Hodges. UM' ;;;..;;,;; i iTO. ....j...... to 11-17 Kltk (Hlraot. ; )'1.....

Ale, J. R, t Johnson, Sara A.King. Armstrong Mrs. Janet : I Ness, La Verne Holt, Mrs John W. \\fTItEI. IIIRSOIN.aB I... I.soq '.'..... 1>1.. aet. H._ 0 -

skis Bill 3. A.ong ;; Baker, David Knlghton A. E.. IIingB.S. Volta, Sue Q. 0.Volta Hodge.Huddle JiI.E.G. I I all ..turns..LOHIDAcUHpORATION A I AND il.wfi. _Rd I t:= ;j.t: ::::: ;.,.as.s..d..I w.,,.:

tel, Barbara D.J. Willie Mae Bolland, Elaine if I ag'L waddell caHoots nUNoc'Dseeo\ STIJAR1l'lnIiM.O : ., ',,' Cuss,, l..ua 1.I..i.
xci. ft.mis. King, W. H.King J. W.Bowman Viola E.Krelder. / Volts, Huddle Billy j.'seiti.is, LASCSIC N.: Yost:"A=.:. Wsouy. sod. 10
Mrs. P. 8. Holland, Krelder Wall R L. .Hataway, J W.rlataway Nun?. Naw you. AND I. 5inNSCOMss. ..,,ld. _, hi.' .l ,, .
Angelo C. Tom O. 5. 1 Wall Rosa Belle Mrs f. W. a'rus-T, ni.oulD: .5s ,tbdOisl: to Il. r""t Cu-ec'I,
huhart, J. D. (elsie,, Mrs LeilaKelly Burrell, Allen u Krelder.' Mr O8te : AC LAO? CAMSOD otarrIous. sA..hi.e." !oo1fjf 1.1..d. N.. Vow.A.S. : .
bcapher Florence B M. Whldden J. 8.Wbldden. Lancock, L. W. TE1W Or un> DISSOLVED W.... ...d hit wl'a Van C, W....*..
Jr. Barat, Arpad King E. L. f : : Mrs.-J. 8. nSoway, R R.Harfcick I'soellsA OOIIPURATION I 'illJ'"IJB 51.* ...1..,.. .f thhvr of whom ta ,..* .
irnadore. T. M. Lester, Andrew f Baker Mary' Krumm, Ell / th Watler M. M Mrs. Lewis TOt' eoUTHl.AND BORD ,....., sod. .... ......_ _., h...,.
irnadore Phronl Lester Mr* DorothY DIII8OLV) FLORIDA' CUR- .. ...... ... .
Blasko, Stephen Krumm Chpfies, G (10.. /It .1 tisu .11. ., .1.._
de Water Margaret Lundy Yancyocke&l Williams, Mattie : Haze .p!, Wilson SOsATION ND W, 5. I$HUI ANWAHlNCTdN. u...,, ,..._.. and ntiior, partita .
o i
Jolan ,
d.i C. ,, Blaeko Knowles Jfr Williams, 0. A. Hooks.V L-. D' C e/-ARMT .rtalmln any ........ .... throurb. .._
It de Water Donald J, Brown Robert R. KnlckerbQ/cer, Elizabeth R. : Williams R. O. Hooks: Sip. C, tolse NAVY CLUB uoAcz t, aIls or Mlnt tk* nkova ...s.d ...........
n i de Water,,Patricia Ann Llchte, William H. I ; Brown Estelle! King, OUT TulueKluben WlliVlmaHattaway as-THAt. n* N. R, HHST AVE- ar nay af. tkoai, ollvt ar dtttatadi, tad
,tie, Russet tlchte, M DLlndsley. :. Frank Ernest J. I Williams J. T. Holt NUB slaNt, FLORIDA. AND IIS ill .,.... _.., rorporttlono. '*... paolloa >
x D. B. Barat, T Woods, R J.> \r* R. R. BOA?'. wEst fALM BEACH. known .. .unknown kavtn. *; or .......
iiltneld, Jesse H. ; Bosone Mrs. D. P. Kleub/ns, Doris- H. 'Woods Betty Hancock. Mi, Paul !rLOHIDV .M FLORIDA POWER jpa I. kavw any rilrht, till ar IntorootIn
fhltlleld, Gertrude Llndsley, Mrs. I. Fo Baker Marlon W. UnIOn, H. A.Ler H Jr"Welch LIGHT COMPANY, AS LASTNVMKb : lIMo .........'lor......1...... roal. proportp.To ..
M..ytte Williams F. Hancock, FHlnson .I DmKtTOBU, AS TRU i and. ..... of ar kvrohy notl.Plrd .
MtUe, Martha Lee, W. Maude? John E. \ \ yaw.
H. Billingsley, Mrs.: C.Whidden E. HHlnson Tern OF SAID DI8HOLVED' I'LOR that th. ...... Aanwd Comploinnntbrawht
pitman, Florence Stephen! Billingsley. M. H .' Lwer. Florence Elmer!: Mrs.. H. IDA OORPOllATION I .1... tko' .nboo ...u..... .ail I. '
lie, Lorena Lytle. Mary, A. Brown, Billy Ighton Rose A, Yu.d..h.eeou.aObeeOb!, h. abort. .te.I.A. CVnirt ....... yon Cud.
_ jar ,. P.Blbar Lee.Mrs.W.M.Linn. Steve Charles Vf, Welch: C. E, Jenkins W. H.J0YIWrJ9r00. .tfM! tk.. I li w.ltfc" ...*. mr _.lll I.. ."b of ,... ss ..... IN. it,'. '. 5isaulaud.
Barat Ightert, William H. Mildred .. Trutw Eves,, Loci* .,. .
Lucite a ,Whilldey, ,Joyner .. >ii mr I I. ManIa c tr, EIeld. ,..,
Jennie Brown Ruby fTBurrell Ludlum, L. W. Woodham, 3./ B. a.,.,.' Coltaur.1' TwO u As .,'..11.l ttrlbtd a* 5,11.I ..., ta wltli
hhrtlck Bonnie Linn. Alexander.undy. fj, Jessie. Ludlum, Noah from .n.l .,... 's. l-tk ... .l H.._.
Ifbb, F, W. Sarah J. Mrs. FrankByrd Mrs. C. W. Wents, Dan H. i iJtles S b., "'H. I I. ..-... wllfc lk. p..- Tko Swath ...half .f OavwrnaitntIt.
Blackstone. Leighton, Whidden, Owen Miss Avrle .1.1... u( Atltol.. S W Sot. _..I., Lot I. SMBoath ... Townoblp' S?
fbb L. C. wba,lh.WWllllam, Bertha F.: L'Hereux H. M. Williams, Mrs. W, E- Johnson Calvin F. 1',11.1 T..... .,.... _..... hi IIea4 Ran.. II Kant, Son, ,""..
fclson, R. H. ( O( Baker, Mrs. June L'Heureux Eloise T, W. E. Mrs. Zola e.as It, 1'... .. ., _. II..... C.utp. ty. Florida, aoatalnlnp It aero*
lebb Bessie O. Williams, v Johnson, .. ,.bU. -_, .. hit tnorrfrom
ChOSe OMtptlnlr
aMra ar a
Ola Meredith B. Bostd,8.C.Sunnside "- F Lanler: P.Ludlum Williams, Robert A. Johnson Lewis P. Thaa i. PoUu.. ,.. _I..atlo., .... thl Florida. Coat Coatl Railway.
Vbb, Susie Mahan, Pau, Bembry, W. T. Jean' Wallace. May N.-' Johnson, Louis Ir.ol, Aaeaunun, .... aota fiaro: in Xltbt-of-W.r. ..d. tko. Publlt HI....
Bison; Mrs. R. a Mahan. Mrs. Paul B. Burnslde Mrs H. O. Leighton Douglas Ann Nealle ,nkaaoro. itytod. ..... ,I. Ihf Clrt.ltloitHof way MtMdln tbraaak told .land. *.

H l u D. Moore, Walter ,R. B. O. if Llsk. J. T: ; Wortham Wortham V. V. Jr. Johns Johnson, E. J. ; U..Martin_C"...".,...1..tI.Paudu.This. ... .... 1'.. ,... boshdve.d] <. flla iHta

iters, Louie 'Moore, Estella Backus Catherine tAsk, Mrs. 3.7.Leighton Wltham, Philip' Ross Knoll, Earl D. ... ohall" ..b'I.' ..: ""* to lbs Ctark ..f tko .....* tylrd. Court.'M .
hlttle, John H.ISwnd Mitchell,, Mabel J Baggett, Carey Mr. Douglas Mabel ....h In .._...: hi la 'a ( Ooanty. C........... Stuart. |ror*
FEECINCT No. f MitchelL James B., Linn! : Lena WHham, Usenby. Clyde KIss'S Niw.. a .mle .....nipi Cob ..... y*.t wrltttn nppoaraao* (.._
Steel S BrennaiV Lanler, Williams, Edward LUenby, M. D II...... In s CItY of _... Mss4,. ally. ar by ..........1 In th. no.. .tylodanil .
Lold. J. U Mark>tU, Brennan Vlnrlb Lane, Julia Williams, Barney Lyles, James H. ee..'". '1. .. ..atb* Itk day af isle
old, Ante A. Morgan Gladys Baltlnger Pajyf O. Lan ord. Ira. Winnie t BGLaSITEN.'A. and. laoranftor fllo wllk. N:1.; :. ywarwritten
5fl15 Helen M. Massey Bertram'pettwa sahingra0.rithft'. Leighton' John ha.LengtIorci William, Bertha Miller, Da T.,..... of st Lu.kIsirsAul. ...,..... If ..,. .. tb. Bill of
Williams Charlotte Miller, Mrs. D, 8, t_ c.Il_ Tes.. Complaint. tkorala, within tk.* IHn* vr*.
old,, Alms'sins foment Jodhuitefl Burdlck, TtBurdlck V. P. ,Walton, F. J. Muzlk, 0. LIT AN'A. ....... by law, .t...*....* tka' ala*..
r. F. durl Wlltam S., Leighton Christine Roebuck ll.i.: .. Atc-. '. t...... tlona I IS tka Bill af Compktlnl wKI kataboatat
Walton. Rose
ms. Alice Mullen, Austin R.> Boyd Oi/ F.Boydi Lees C. A. Myers, M. n.t, 14. II .. tonfvtttd .try you, nnd owca af.
Yates, J. T. Myers Mrs.l' lor.GAI.ltaVER.. ENE ",< and ISIs Ordor. tbtll k* pnallaaad
told, Mrs. I. Las : en.ltM t / Mfs. Guy Lees. Martha 0 Yates, Mrs. Evelynrnrl Mlms, W. PSOTICIWoTrcl I: tk.* Stunrt Ntwt. a nwwopnptr *uaHahod

i, Margare, B.J :: ellne Ludlum, Mrs. L. W, yaa-PRECINCT Ne, 'I Mllllgan' James M. .I. ...<.It. .5.ss'S, dI.ss51.. ... I. 8...... Martla C.: ...., Florida. ,
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W. McGee Harold Lane 6. aotry weak for cam' \.Oau.ptIcsnoNs
V. O. L. ., ... iala '" Oe.'e C. ,-
i .EMrI. Adams, W. J.Adame Myers, '........ _. .
lerson Margaret McGee, Clyde : Lelghtdnr )John L.Moser of .11..... Con"'. .N'
Mrs.; W.; J.Arrteta. Myers, .. _.,_ ..tII.I. ,.
rrv.a. 1.0 ...1010. 0.
A. ; AIID' 5Flsod.
demon, Irving 'H.demon McGee, Edgar Bt /on. Bobble Levena J. B. Robert J.Arrleta : 1545. .ha' IN" will .bu _.... \. t''" oar's-sun .t:. IIt..ft.
Frank'tcoeeMartha B. A O. .. I.IoIa, "I dsolW. O.tsbes It.,..
lAton Sarah \
P. NOes Mrs. Levena
Josephine Frank D. ,. se i.5Il..br
Frank C. Ye. Mr*. EntaIls Miller :!: : :: = :h-, .
told. Jesse U nacbtone[ Lewis, L. B> Miller Mr*. Frank (Clrt.lt. cure: tail) -
tl I "' Boon, C.' C> ,AS. "' 4. M.ml.rbld.I .
: 'DorothY Cleo i.e.
told B. J. tcOee raursaol. Markel, J. E. Brooker Mrs Ida I Myers, James M.' Jr. ? ,..h :.: .hoO S. .nsbd orol.hall :
old O"el is, 'Blau'elt O.. F.Blauvelt'Mra j Ed ... ... J). a. POMEROY.
Alice McOee( Mapp. Mitchell Billy O.' .is III... .5k Ciwi thlo'Boo" cVr.lt
Ot Clark of tkt
Old, Horace P. McGee. C. C. George P. Mapp: Vivian B. Bethea, W.Rachael E.. Mitchell Mrs Billy s. a..tss..5.. a. Cuso55.s.. I* and fot M.r 'la C.CaartI *MyC ,
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JOhn, L. A. Paul O. Bethea, II. ....... us bfp.u FflSSy. ,
dies, l'ranjeagg McIntyre, 1 Coffrln, Merritt Maude E. 01.
Lloyd J:. t Mitchell, 5,550. '''b. ,1C45 .. 15,55 O..b II.T'
M.... Jobl1k Burton fCosden. '\ Merritt Annie F. Barber .... .., _.. '
Minnie McIntyre. Cosden, B. Mitchell William G. '". ...i .. of V. eo.Ioo
George Bessie fCllne Matteson K: 8.Moody. Barber, Mrs. Uoyd Nathaniel ...... 55.. .Cehu. .. sobel .., ns ..ibcoaamaiowtiii : sas-saus. AND DAVID M.r ,
; Cf Mack,
as, Pearlisett e IU"Mcphel'llOd J; Tom C. Boon. Hilton > .
R. S. AleX f Crews, OWOal1i Market l, Charles E. teethes, Eva Louise, McLaughlin ,Mrs. H. 'A.McKensie A in f:1min IIOBIDA a c..\ s. Marakall.SaltolterA. .

'noon, Mile R.Mr McDonald, W. ,., I IMcDonald. Conn.lt David Cv, Mattel, James E. Jr. Boone Mrs.James Julia'Madison t L. A. co..... C.& loa" Ckrrk., MiO Coa:.tolnanit.P 1, U..51. ssieieL&GovmsTssgNg

ek, >. Wj W, McDonald, VemoA' .... oIlier R. W. Market, D. C, Boone Leah Ratllff McDougold. R. 001. It. I.IIr.c '. L rollnol'
rthstt Jule lower: Mrs. K. W.. Markel Mrs. J. K Bonard,
Marl Frost 4Catea RBonard McDougold, Mr*. R. LK VUT" NT
etleti, Valentine 0. ),kBaID. Kenn ( t O. Madar, Gabriel Bonard, Hilton' Newhouse, FrankleNewhouse. NOTICE OF INTENTION"TQ ntcisTER NOTICE OF INTENTION T TNoilot REGUTER

eons Aivin Crewv Henry \ Has Roberta Mr*. frankie FICTITIOUS MAMS FICTITIOUS NAM
? I1hhlip ::7- erew..s.G.Crewe( Max IraMontgomery Chastaln A. R. O.Newhouee N.,'". 10 b....., cb' bass tton ..-. n> boroby wt.*a thai tkt wa.dorttynod .
,, 8. O. Alta Chastaln M... Hawl Norris, Mrs, : 'ie..4 55. s.4.Sssiusia aneor' th.. prcvlolont at Cbap.tor .
try, Ellen Ian Ondlch. A Mrs. H. HNewhouse / :: .. Law .
R. a, Law. af Pbsks.. 55 iaol, 0 sam of FtorMa, of
Walter K. Ondlclt, M dese Crews, Pauline Montgomery U R.Matheson Freeman Mrs..H. H. WIN' roa-lalor whb tk.Clrrli *i ta* Clro.ltCorl 1111. will .... ,sp witk ...* Ctark) of
''deit. Anne Crtl'" JOrt.ltla CoTfrin. Frank A. Faith; A. Freeman-. W. F. ... Mrs. ElfVlNewhouse : In and fwr '..f. ',, Florl*., tko Court la and far BarHa., Cwtiaty.llorklo. .
: Freeman Saratv A. Newhouae, = I wlpt af proof ., ..hi.
.s.. !Cadwell AliceA.., -Matheson William J. npoa ratolal af paklltatlM oftkla ipso ra *
itk, JamesCitIes Guthrle, Leon Henry aotlr*. tko '.-, towillSTUARTjy _t b. af tata (vlloa, tk.. fbtlttaua" uses
P George Pryor, ., R. t.Po Cadwell Orrln- B, Magos, R. Odom JameS I* gJTURB.: "OOM.N laatpla ',.
nan Mrs. Annie uwaa .... Crews, Chester .' Morton,Oeol'l'W. Oartland Thomas P. 1.-1 .bi.A .e filii us'is wthry: BoIse 4us.pso ''Ma< ideas-
\ Oartland. Dorothy Gray1 Odom Janette .. ... .._ adr waleb vt* bilaota.
Ellssbetl'Ai.e- t. k._ b. sue T ******
kVensa,, PIt Cobb Hoffman.V. W.Humphries' Priest W. E. ... awalatat to ataark, II..... 0-.* ,.. harlaw mt rlataa) *laet afaaalMoa
lehOeorge um: tttie Mae' Csekey Joseph-. Meilander Warren I.. W. Ai 8r.Humpkries priest Maggie ty,, flat tbat tk. aartloa. Ia_.... .la) la Staarl, Marti, bounty, ?.l..t
Than Mrs. tllf L tn", Willie Csekey Mrs. Joe A Maurer, Grace R, Julia M. file. k.d.' .... ecu a. Mlaackko and v...* that th... party Intoraawd .la paid .kuala) **.
> W. M. John H. Ralph EVe Josephine Parker, .asia Hlfiaabk *f Sloan Itortoa aad .to a.....- P. Wltay af ...... rtarMaaad
bet, *.r W. S. Cooper, Malleryj Henderson, Di It. Parker, W. 8. tkat taora ar* a* cube sue,... IoIW_.. Ikal. tkor. arc a* .tIo.: ew..u I.. .
fner. w', a.'ltieeetty. *. W. I.Fetttrnja rewsMrs.J.R.neal =It: Joseph" W Parsons, 8. O.Pollock td la add. ,bp.N.,. torotttd. h. ..1<1, bmlnraiaornlt .
i.Pettwar. :, : KauUuJohn. ;
Afthut Joseph We. 0. V. aussgtn. r 'wilay.
E.:0'. Lois.Poliock 1.h: ".1 ,........ -
UnPeltwar. Dale, J:.. W.DeLon.WUUam. ..iller, Henry V, Kllpatrlck, hOft. 5sos.
Ortck ltiCk,, Arthur Manic J .. Robert O.ptLong Murphy, Louis I. KUpatrick, Esther Cecil 14, ... \t.OBe1; 1.5. g. a.11.. ... II... a ,

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i ( : PAINT FOR SALE: Outside, (I FOR SALE: S room bouse completely FOE SALE:: Will sacriflod because OPENS TOYLAND AGENTf for Gould Pun pa. ADslsei WANTED. serrice t.Tet: ?: rCSLXp STS I

l lflm White and Flat White I1.9J" furnished. 11*. Set I ef illness, trunk cabin THIS WEEK. SEE COLEMAN'S Immediate ..dellvqryBtua4 ,, ,; station attendant;, IS yean 4AIlN';\ IgYe,:; kY;

i per gallon in 4-gaIlon Iota. Colon I or write Sheldon. Baker Boi7S7. 23' Kingfish boat with ,' beam,' LARGE NEW DISPLAY OF I Hardware O. riaonf- experience, November to May :::II' : !
10.DRESS. u/ M hd :: ,.s
PACt UL and porch and deck enamels Oc. SI 1 >0 HP ContinentalInboard TOYS REMEMBER ITS Best of local references. David f.N: :. W
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: from JI.50 t* 12.U per gal- motor '351. Call Fred Walton, ONLY I WEEKS TILL CHRIST. E. nunmer Sangstuek, Mick alb. r (;;t Ar
I lob. Hobe Sound Lumber Co {BICYCLE FOR SALE: Good eon.' Stuart JJS-J.: MAKING Aluratlolllan. =

"l : ,I ,: Phone J55L Apr It ItF0R I dillon '15. Mrs Mennlnter, Oct. SI-SI Nor."- '.11 MAS. USE OUR LAY-AWAY .. Tailoring. Buttonhole 1 Oct., 1 thru Si :: i.Z'!:: 5 C w art.
/, I I RATES! 3e PER WORD ORDINART. ___ I PLAN XOLEMAN'S hare connections wba.t.... d I
At 1J4-J no
211 Martin Road. Phone q
: i I MINIMUM BOo FOR 1' STONE STORE. Oct. 21 WANTi Dish washer cook and hW.T11Mw y/r rat; J"u
I ; ,I II SALE One dresser without I Oct. 2)) FOR SALE: Jensen Beach Snack ever with, Raulerson'a Dress : ::

\ j j I'' WORDS! So PER WORD FOR111; mirror. I Hoien window shades -- Shop. Reason Jot selling, sick SLIP, COVERS: Draperies, Shop Mrs Mabel Lane. experienced ".I eaa. Apply" PRocA1Itb; ebb 1 .

I l "F.Ipan TALE MINIMUM Mc like new Jet quality linen. I { FOR, SALE:: 1 1S12, &-,.ard III i! sew Oct. Zl Made U order. Satisfaction Oct 14, 21NiuODUniFORitRIIENT Alex's Diner on Highway -jI'.o. 1'01. X40 I

I '" 1 WORDS used electric stoves. See Arthur inch 'short wheel base dump guaranteed lie Church St or \ Oct SI w' a

' Palm :t| '" 'r :lil ', \ Dehon. Dehon mechanical FOR SALE 7-14-21-21 mumllllfI I. A L', BI aiT b'wu
i, 4 Illlllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllllillillli Bug on truck In food con : While It lute. Selected Phone J57-M. Oct A. CI1,

With f' I, .' : '111,' .APARTMENTS FOR RENT the circle Stuart. Sept 10 tf dition. SSOO.00. Web Ordway Eastern Knotty pine MALE HELP WANTED* Reliable L 11. l..Auet4 Na ....11 11I1 I1 ,
'. i\l --------- ALL TYPES OF ROAD I iiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMil I l l I I I l l l I I I I l l I II J
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PCIfUt M'- '4ft 1 ; IllilliliiininiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriATtAVTIC.. I I I 'I Motors, Stuart, Phone 1141 paneling I" U 11" wkly Trim man with ear to AovEE

al ,> ij FOR SALE; I Piece Dining room,I Oct. 1121rOR and Moulding t* match. Also CONSTItUCTION.DRAGUNE FOR RENT New completely. on farmer la Martin Con y,
_--1 ,' i" r. suite in good condition. MansBicycle. AND BULLDOZER ; furnished: bedroom home MARTIN
k 'I I' custom mill work. Herbert QGasi Wonderful opportunity to
'.. ,s//' 'j t: I" J. C. Backus. Phone ;! SALE: 1941 Dodge Club Sunny Acres, Jensen WORK. Mrs St. Clair ""RlTerrlew" 120 hi a day. Ne cape or u. : OY "

1\; \I'r\ },W' 1 151-W. Jensen Bearh Sept SOtf Coupe Good Mechanical con Beach.. Oct. 14-21 IIEAVC DISKING DONE. Jensen Beach, Fla. OeL SI capital required. Perfnanent (loR'b "::,, De"grN GIAhA .ttl r. :.

\ ) ;: 'I I dition: ,, new .tires, radio and LOT AND SUBDIVISION --- Write today. McNttSS COMPANY NOTICg or EN

.: j" 1' i i i FBI, tai n.1 USED BOAT SALE heater" SOI. So. Camden Ave, FOR SALE: Poultry Market. with 'CUAR1NO. '' FOR RENT Two new'all electric Dent. AJnf9ri, IUOet CHARGETION IgisYI

20-ft. t-ln ray cruiser. I.I Apt.1. Oct. 21 equipment Kraeger BJdg, Corner HAULING CLAY, ROCK, SAND apts. Year-round or .season. SISIiiiimiiiiiimiiiiyTiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii nhd'NOTICE Y kw.lp dS.

(; I ', r tn."I' u na J fr 19-ft? '.In,. Cabin Boat South California Arcane. SHELL. Phone "5-J or Box 1012. FInN IN.eb.b/ neN' ,n', t =.1\.

yt'f, !, $' .,'fit Pi 111" 0 Z8.1 Cabin Cruiser. ;SALE! 4 'wheel Trailer ISft Oct. SI ELECTRIC AND ,ACETYLENE 'Oct. '1. 21 l I I 000'Toss,. 5. '11lbIN/acre.UI'? _his

jOftin. Twin Cabin long brand Mrs WELDING.W. TICE5iiiiiiiiiiniiyrliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii uW fan w'
3' Cruiser. new '
i! ;, BITTER BLUE: GRASS JENSEN doe of -004, aI I...
I .' :,:....."'" ,ft. 4 In. Open Correct;; Craft Kuck,, 165 Cleveland Ave. All ypu B. TILTON. JR, FOR SEASONAL RENT Several :: 5..s.: \
; I 12 II want We a Back, get M ..Iek. BEACH PHONE 7S-W. U noo.nW A ., 5'Ch... 1Not.
1 t. Sea Skiff. Oct furnished houses on Bewail ltndy Filler Brash to J...... '" .
Edwin A. Mennlnger Martin FREE Cagy N......t
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COURT 16 YL Boat18flaj location and beautiful ,
; r Open Road.' U LET US upraypaintyour grass Point: fine glut OS women to see Red r.rMrr Y.dtalr.p, ,
I tJ APARTMENTSSTUART Cruiser.. FOR SALE: Two -bedroom rug; lawn chairs, or kitchen grounds. L. F. Knowles, Bk on In 'Fuller Brush Man 'rwaaMr was A4 i

I FLORIDA IS-ft flMren River Boa homer Complete. Ready t. imiiiiiiiiiimiMHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiLOST I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 furniture.: SHUTTER PRODUCTS Phone 17-R Broker protect mi. loch, ;0.. tI ouik
Thursday or Friday. 4
I ; 'M MI :Newly" Decorated, FuUr Equipped ll-ft OM Boat Fast occupy Sunny Acres, Jensen &: FOUNDiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiininiiiiiiiiiii CO Box >41 Phones ed. Oct 14 tl Oct SI A. 4 ;QtIlIIIn

16-fa. Beach Herbert G. Gass Build.er : WEED. Adnhlxmn: :.
Housekeeping Apartments Ope Fish Boat. ZS7 or 9-R. Aug. If tf a tAPy1p,PMlfAItYr l

f t' Weekly and Season Rate 18-ft, CibbaVoatII '; ....... Oct.' 14-21 LOST Walker hound, white SUPPORTS FOR RENT Two down-tewrj NOW IS THE TIME for the Per- CJOYhR. 0. 'I
--------- SPENCER for women. ,
Swlngi ; apartments. Newly furnlshj \ .,, e'W"tau
y of ,
; h Open All Tear Round rst. care with black and tan female anal Touch. Send Portrait S, tlLt Al :
1 'Sea Horse I RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY ALL, Me. belts. Luella Powney AU electric equipment Pb e ADVER
W. T. Tae Rio Jensen
I old .h Reward. W. E.Cunningham. .
yr. Cards this Christmas
1111 Are. Fort Greeting
Telephone I1U BeaciJIu Oct 21 DAY POST OFFICE ARCADE, Orange Blurt t MjinJ tf I NOTICE 0' 1NfN11DN: ii
To ii
;, ,, I I CHILDREN'S AND WOMLNS: Care Shelby Mc- Pierce. Phone U7-M\ for appointment or have them. made from your FICyITIoU/ NAME
nilllllllllllllllliiiinilllMllllllllllllllltlFOR I FOR SALE: 10 acrAA acres INgrove I WEAR. SOME: GOOD WORK Culley. Salerno. Oct.- -7-14-21-21---- tf FOR RENT Floor aaq use. own Snapshot Find ont about Arad.Neon. sou i.. Mrbr,.. .MN...,, 5d yM

l SALEnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1320x130 ft Xgrs. old. CLOTHES FOR MEN., SPONSORED OSTl, Two boat enshloni on DON'T WAIT until.. its toe late. chin and edferX Beflmiah our present remarkable low y.ba MI/. J..1 N CI.o ,,-Am"lit.00

1 t s Four-room house LanWXronti I BY PRESBVTERIAX Taylor Ae .' If found, notify See us today for automobile you floors at reasitiiable ratea. price at the RUHNKE PHOTO CI.nrYt.r. w. .MIA!ftl Ibiynra57.. .

l. i t ( .. I I { on Indian River, locatnL be. I CHOIR GtILD Oct 7 tf Stuart H.... Oct. SIOOK Insurance that you need tinder Phone. 101, Staart Hardware SHOP. Oct. SI U 'h.---PI. fNW. 0( p"'"' d uu..........

FOR SALE: Peterman'B Poultry tween Salerno and Gu I -- --- Ca a 11M. 'Id.. .
r the new financial responsibility ...... T.elr sea ArWrr y i
I" I ;Market; Dixie Highway at Owner-H. P. Thompson. FOR SALE: FINE: RIDING -ANOTHER FIRESTONE 1 Law. Theodore Dehon. Ik READ The 'Miami. Herald: filly. ....... I. bwla7, ..... wb

I : .CRlitornla Avenue, Stuart : lerno Fla. Oct. 21 t HORSE" WITH. SADDLE ANDBRIDLE. SPECIAL, DE LUXE RUBBISH Son, Dehon Bldf Phone 81. TYPEWR1TKS FOR RENJ..-By morning delivery to ..1of ..te"ane ...

j i iI J Oct. tl ERY GENTLE.' BLRNER. MADE OP HEAVY tf week erjftionth.. Phone SOO. Golden Gate, Sunrise! ::-r.i: Fl.ro. ,', r : .::::

1 h ___ __ -_ FOR SALE: 1945 Glider House. I .d Ue.dh. t '. ..
[ I JKICE LOW. R. F WILEY CLOSE MESH METAL. A REAL The Syart News Office. tfIndlful Luck- Estates, Stuart and Palm wr I
I : FOR SALE: BourkinvllUe.. Pa. i, Trailer .26', oil cooking and WTf-lY; MOTOR CO. PHONE BARGAIN FOR I1-2S. COLE-. 'i TRUSSES, elastic stockings, City. H. P. Donaldson, Box .;. 'hel' ..mow''rj.,, ..... a.
'pajrav, Philodendron Royal heating, and Ice box Double Z91iX Oct. 14. 21, 28, NOT. 4 MAN'S FIRESTONE STORE. .knee pads anklets, eta .Stuart Ekr tribe taught I '774, Stuart. Phone II1J.I' I,I. rOUd f tk F'1, !' .;.Ioo80.; Iqrf
.Poinclanx Yellow Dwarf Pomirutns I bed and couch bed Can, be Flo rirjt settler to fight R I
? - ------ Oct. UI Drug Corp.! U Oct. St DOROTRY1TYTY J '

Tanmarindu. Jasmine, seen at Jack Us...'. place Palm FOR SADC i Eureka Cordless I s'Fke e, tl u" i""I l k fTII'IIIII a!

d "Honejsuckle and PisUchiu J. City. Or-will sell 100' Highway Electric Ttron, new, $15.00. LEGAL ADVEKTISlMEflT, : -F..r LEGAL ADVUtTISEMCNT I LEGAL ADVUTUtMCNT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT -LEGAL- ADVUTISCMuf'PROPOSCD ----tt

317 tl frontage with Trailer ( electric iron .oi .
:1. Craig. Albany Oct. just SleamomaIStY -

} ., over city line North of Stuart, slightly use \ \.nuo. Table I CONSTITUTIONAL" AMENDMENtS. BE VOTED ON 'INI OVtMIU.: 1948CKAI. I

FOR SALE or RENT\ : Two bedroom for $2000. Write R. H SchwarsIS : model Thor (Hadlron. food !

I Ih ', furnished house within ? West 99 !St New York condition It-Phone 261 NOTICE O. Il.ItTION nrdano* Vrlth law prwrldlng lit $1100
I "'HIIIlEA.'M: I........... N .MNCdr Urn nd OUK* lax akWI qo%. aapu w W ..r. r ar0b7. ..rw u Bchool Board' caged, Dtatrlou' Bpoci* Ta> I : -a k<3
,l' I walking distance of ihops, City. Oct 21 If Oc\J4, 21. 21CEORCIANA I 'N L...1 IOU NYs. W d' any purpaaa other f>*m l11 and .... ... rubnMttad to "'. .loctort ., Tr School OUlrtcti ano MunlolpalltlM I CN wa4'w = : '''
churches: and school. Electric ------ ---- ---- '"__ __ _h ... N 'lor... egose.w. n 50.5YIwtI ado: r : M In* pnoclpol .Id-fflnrajlt*! tho tjuto >arlda tor bppravol or 0. TM Laiulalur. a5wd al lha Loglrlam =' 'D' ', :::"' :
.. rwpraIran.....a a W : lorUon 01:Y: nnl Omaral brrlMgha 'E'- praakM of 1141., from llm. H 1 and Mu.uowd
refrigerator, fu stove and hut Com,...- N w tau N r_ .0W t" r Nd11W. b w o .455.1054 bold lha >rar Irol. lhal la HIhol AIM lhiraolt nort Ono I* 500. .54.11 :50r0.4'55.: S440.$
; I 1 I r.. .M Nw. .. ....."'P.. .... ._.. toctMo I ol ArtlrK, XVII ol.thaConrlltiiUon only aftor pprrl ky n* aloctora NoN I .Co_w Tu 'Cfaf
SI .water heater Priced right for .:nne. N ..r"t.,.:. tlwtNt. art IlawtSOr," ..nD xw 5tlM ol K4 IUM of riond br Cawntr ot a .:.. .. .. aollod lotdwtgnaud : County : Valuui' ttrtf at flat
quick sale Inquire of owner dawe wlww, .kI w N Matbe N A I% N a. Co.alwtd. Ywnd.5: oa M to road M toUowatllhor sew wr1e.A w.dMS. wp.rlwa rY.. ..... anall aollacl aU 5.0 ..ol b .e
Jose _,.,_ ..n ... wen YM ... N r_.. t5.abn rqe4. ercT10 orwck of thotogular W5541555. ..: w prrSN. M Cws.I > Crw Cn/
\ t on premise! 62) Osreolit Ave, _... J.......... w,1It, ndW rw 04 ...._ M th add M .p1d.1Nd41 : a..f' 54 o. or at Tr CONnr .t* .......pIt i.1i.a-: DMrkn. too)
-Stuart Oct. tl-ZI NOT, .-11o.lID'GHWAY ,. War, w y'el via 4.50'., 1dnn. OuIrM or County Barb on" .p.d.ulWN d r4..rdMq _' I of Tola locllo ahall UkowMprovMo OM HUM***
aN W WI Joist ::. M N alnNUp.: M m.awed. oapltol. outlayocqulrod tortho wr Wrpr Ylnw r for the 0t.wMlMle oar, .uatody. I. Tha' .Uglilanira, .... n ao 'Udu
'l'll' metal, '" W Nre. .... of sooem,. ..twt .....1.... Ywwl ar rooatrurtla goromor onginol eMJ w .., omoadnonl roprrtlng *.. dnbunom.nl ol all. Ire row. So..jan of IpH,. and roo MlMm
17 S. t. q......., Nnimbm, 0054.Tt1xA170A 101 old ... ohall .bo Umlld I* uorool raur pnpoaa Ih. rrvluonor ooUoctod by IM County T.a Colloctor.Ih thoroaftar -.l lawi oxiMiIM
1 :, .. a. 4. GRAY 55wuea amandmont ol any portion or pourara, / duim ml wpawllr
1000. ft. on U. S. No 1 hwy. br MR M .... .1/ W ..... .1 9teld.M EFrH '.OaeN.r.NmnW UMU ol Uua Conatlhitloo, Any Sob 1 of Erf: Ydri
.hoo the rStub. .264 laacnin orlal- tuna .rolato Maas r 1 1aM
i ii 1.MO ft. deep South of Stuart parabl* r rJBondnionl to .
: IEL CTK bYp cot bNMw.lw..arI. ono aukjaol or any pumkar of aubjoraf.Jd WA w. Ircr1 r 1M YMb.
west of B..... Sound. Fine blls!. Iu, .U rlorla.aucorodng .. "-mn frooj Iho dt* olrrovldod 261 r Abrl: Yr.SrYee JOINT RESOLUTION rnpraing *aAnondoont .. run turda trait ..Y
INTRODUCES... 0 T50.07.0d.r th. llrot a.r IBal M ppaaUl G 5.... .. 5.N to ArtloM Vin ol Ass Coooututlok -' ...-. ol all.. Ire MlkcUt *. B.
new IIU .
site Special price per M to hor 4. D. So, IB* AIM Nq. bend as.. .M .lojurd Kara- ol Hi* But of rrd..04.4.5' Oa nty
's font. Ask for booklet. Brokers MM. TuoolaT W u welch. bdA45r wla' ea trod u:-1Itt\ Inperl 050005 N -.... 4. -. a N.prv o. ter w. CoUocto.T"
1 SECOND DAVhor NOVX MCP.rolaeUo b'Nnr el an. ueV .Mdudly 05005 .40 ....... 54 N brr-05n5. 01 .... *oUrctlo *lUMATt mxoot by .ddlnc tharo.l i
d cooperate r. W nll5n5r, *) *f awMA ,. W .toss 14MA. .rd.Yade..a _..... N..a1 r Yob H..... M ....u .440550054 l portion* I* pmma 'that uof House JOINT' nt-ioum* w I
+ ,. J S. SLAIN 101.. _ut ........ .u Yr1.rNdtune.. pal .rot .O Jwane M .m. HP** thalr. raopoollr. J_ w "tr.: Braward.' Sods *f riorlda; A" JOINT HUOLUT10N IMannttAmandmant
l' b awn. to tIttI Cee.11W N W. ..... Ir.bb Nbull nala wltk Ik* pa and oaa *hd pubUinrd th* Tax Aiuianr aholl MOMItha to Artllla. Vin ol sub
Room 110, Olympia Bldg fle..11. ,41. .eu.v .1rrdW r w td.l .raM an oa* naoypapir proporty ol Iho Counlr tor th* wasN want ol IM. Sun al run* Mda
May lit tar oounv purpooai parr thalaainnm vhoro kowapator: la Ia.-: pom .kmylng BUM, County, Bchool and i t* aaiautnint .' yrooirty nr hnk alIM
rf10 1 of ouoh BvorUl Capital Outlay tot* *o* ,pubUootlon" b* tar Municipal. knttad by tto wMOwns. *olu. Uon M ..... M MUM ao
f react: IOIN'P Ifeema> aT 1e BJtnda. Th prlimlpal *l dnd .tnMrorton ool .= Mum far* vooka and tho raw NuTrb School Board,DMrtokL School .. ...d"...... _,.... Y. pnrMi MlIM
i! ROSE BISHES Texas No. 1 A JOINT AYeOLUT10 1 rAMndnuM aucO poetol gond kail ho por.l"o. not latoa than MX' osooka. lronodllolyproiodlng DklrlcU, .Bpoolol Ta. Bchool anjftny ; County of PlnallM Itm o? IMIt. ...
.I a AnkY. IX d t.y from lid .5.0..... .to aack rub th* .. ... pt whteh In* aam* Fort 00c ,Drainogo OtatrUu. tho Onxty. Tax Auonor duS laaob
now available In Stuart at C'_..,..... N Nor Nl1aW oomprund *l 5055.55454.00.D' la t* .k* votad *nd Inoroupon oubaalltad : Unlns "":i.C i.-=. pi IMI ally of too Cotiati lot Ow pmr.IWWu.1
7Sc each or I for ft.II. .II69 Nw44w u 40. .. BorUonod ky In* Loiultura toe Khool to w =.. *4 Ik* Si sob! torppnrrol paUtta* of in* County. : .*>...<.
A caprlol .ptlaT *nd nrbt anilio Mar nnuan tholr cwt to to a* Hoaaonl ..twr..d7R. .... .. p4
sera. r purpooaa or pjjorUon M tho nn Oan.ral nlolpol .. bY
= -.p.--- astral and ........ *>d that Iho _'" TOE Coltertor CouiTy POMSorrlal
prxldad howoar
f thai School Bnrt.
Columbia! (prnkl I :::fu M wbwrbuu; ., ..:rEn.M- s150a1 Mrw eawe00 ISWWLI/ aueh rovuaox *r iirnnilinaat .*y. b* ..... inaU. aoUaot wd dMrlkut* Ik* oMdnuaa. : Tax Srtiool .: .! Ir
Columbia (red e54 ear .'. ''''' 't tain*, aa authorUod or r*> .5.15.... .. approval or rWortton *. Ipnliuoa. ol tha C-MwS. "M' III
} I'' '. ) =.,r-lrN M:::;. NWd w' :; Ih. toglalalur* xublocn taa YYW 01_ wN W eo11wY ds.0cYN54rN B> IT RESOLVCO BT 'I'HTILeolllUo.1 County Tan CoUorM .UU oam II
1: ;t' Editor McFarland (pink) 1.ee. Lea W 1 I.... ol too. Conalllutlon palatnujrm r WmMp .00.d.55. TVM/ Or TrUt: STATE. or rLOPJDAl .. .
N iota tnxoa tor Khool .. That Ito following Anondmool t* As.s.1. "Sf'lT TlttlKllx
; Etolle Bt 11' AeOL Y 'I'HIi' LtOYLA.lvAt pur- 01 Arllor .vu 0YCeMlow. ; BMOLVTO BY
de Hollande (red) i honda run not k* konda or, 11 nMrn St w r4r .. VUI of tho ConaUUlUoB N th* BUM Or rV
a II'
t :' I: Golden Charm (yellow) .or THE tou.s M.wd.w.t t or rLOAIDASW 4 rte.te1i 1_ N t ..... d ......... d rbnn.it w drM .I ftortd" ...".. t* th* aiiaa monl and TVM That Or Ih*7d1Ytta.AM' aaimUM 5Y
r I In noUworthy new dl.polnl 111 N W Cr.alrtlr. h : a.An N ..-w.( 5.... _. u.. rMIW .d.e ........ ol A4 l ta_ M lha County ofBroward Mela, VIII ol IM. CanniNOaa, Pi Bi SBrunda
K. A. Viktorla (white)) xrl. BUI. of florid, by oddmgtharol ,..,.. "
''I .bUM.N 0 .pon. 5015 N..UWIIe.u0UEi .< u IB. m t "iJ
'1 r1:40-: = *..addntonol. 0400'5TNWyMN .. ..... .. *
,: Mrs Chas. Bell. (pink) ..ItlrYY ..d. /a. ...... rolloru**) ol all OM ?
barod ky tha ."/.
... l
Cords C alyd o ofSlu.rt! Nor w r.ar =: = eN.WNU th U torany ...... to ond atoU toukmllld Plnrlloa. ol Cr0to S .
President Hooter (cerise and 'Crops, boss/ = ; RollEt IOnft' 11 Amne N0. M anno thorrw II ) W,
\5 .. sorer unournort MOA t* th* aloctara *d th* But ofrkjrld N.I43tl041.. I It .* "I'
.. ... .. ..
hi ,. Trr / NSYM ss.pave. A JOIST -> M rrep.ry M
Soul .
I ....... MoOLUTION ri annul M to* roW '" rajoatton *tth. korrW rSr54 Y) .<. *
A.wMr.N U
11..1bW w IwuYtJr to w tawh tM am
{. Radiance (white) .. Amondmant U.Arlkt* V ol tko ConaU.tutton Owed. Klacnn. H to brid on Ik* tlrnMaal saBBW
.1 wonderful wtlil4 ice Foil favorite rn1Yr a Y.r. w awe r .dlallan Mio. dwY nornla : M to <
or of rnatlkf to Iho Judl tint Tumday aftor tto flrat Mnndor taMorombor 7rr44..N
Jmy ....... .wl'll 1..t
.1I Talisman Ie ''- MYA rw MrMu o twit od..1' DLWNa'111601.VT .... litl. far t'J""S
( Oopartaaanl by .
t yellow) i oddlnf thwno koo.tkNa r foltowai .
pure .
1 .., .... N.NenN IM. toe n : IIV T LIcnsc.\oo: M IM Om.rol IlrrW< to :
I I '. ..,_ a. DeMrr ""U or : or RIDA' roUMng to tho I.t0u ins ol Jydcoi and Nee JrwITKTIONrrr alut -
nt. Y 11 YII "He STATE flM Voodoo
Edwin A rM i. im ....... .... to An, 01 IM ouprarna and Circuit Court I, IK*. Iho County Tax tmm** ta tho NIIM it H : 1l I d= : Meniunger' tarot like Romaine p.JoilkeadGabardine Elca1W! a. .M6BCTIOH wr. .blhW 55ne m i ..HI FT tUOLVEO II V TH1 Lmnui.rtORIDAl. County ol BToword. But* or Florid. I* 1 *
Cw h.eea
.! t Stuart Newt, Phone 300 I ": IT 4D Yrr rw .... w .. VIIo ..nw5 t ecru ... TIKI 75.5 or Toss gJTATI Or_ ahall aaaaoa all pronrrly tor .all SUM.County asCrIO5Mr 500 b140 T.. _

I air and flair leoh. r .ttin r I IMIMMUk "' _1M w .we .dd/ll.tul. DrMaW DtMeY, to tide V 126 N bltMne W Cad41Irw5 A.Sw N rSNY.Y An to krrMd. School H th.*ond 5www54r 5057w care 05 /05:J
Sts as's :
.. .T
Gwrpi asp t4t .Y Mwrbeuurwwas : .rr.
product" tMtroixMrji or 5p ,, :
HAlE .
YOU NduD .Asst. Board. BchoolDtatrirla
self. a r County tebnal
seen our : wt.
prot .. ,
LqtAd tamtfrn.il bad W M nlwrUr
f fombiwUbl' I.WOM .t.-M : was in B.nW N wd AAW ; .: =..; btotrUt Ca V
Tax School *
t pried mowerT nwawiiubl. .._ far w ,_ M W. GaY a4olleir .rdbibs. fend buss '' 'M
twirling Saves (
,. to and ahall .to auhtkntod lu th* Port Dlrlrtola. Pralnao, 1>,,_ ..d any aCMnvMIN =
that hard pushing tome in i daytime droaes youbalv.And, os alwayr, :ritttm. .. *4 iwi>wtr to_yoptl Niep,.'*.*i. Yr/) f .cT10N" Thora b tianor ojroattd dnNWwYN florid* tor rat- othor UUn* dlatrlou. and.-.C tone who.l, D4tnn.:
ti. 1 for demonblraUon. Also have .*uH 4M *mtme.*Ml,Nt>|r' to 04) teM.*, two oddluo>tf. Bonatarlot boknojra --1-.. .. Uaa which. by rdlnane.. Dunne Minl'uaeAL : w.r' :
.rwrw..on: rrw4e. r.r.YVUAIr oa art TblrlyHtlnth <45.5.Y 1 andKorWtk rYl.b 5a MII r .. r r5- butoa to to ao niiiirl.Th 1h. .t. .:.' tx d.l w
mower to rent by the hour or ., IJOBdl ttMUNIC ./ OMM .onolorlal DUtrlcto. ThoThUt rr.D Ugialnur* null ol Oh* LadaUtrM "raw .1s.. n IW s.7 ,,,e r'br..Mn.nrrm:4
Jln hlon or for all npllT 4EPOMI..O. tM N 01 11550555 .h ..
tOoorgona't jo P/jced of luprotnoI feMM Is Soil w 00- fur r 5550JS.e.lr r.e.rdbN.54500
l Mi.i tIC! Uito Jathl an.lartal. Dlrlrleloh :
>+ (
dar Clean roads node rear rips.
up.th.t vacant lot Hurl ..
N I Clrault .
tho Courta.orlut Herd wM4W Wwmclad -
... ..... .
N way actor ir to 01- r i f U errs K. County Th. ... ..::
1r ..
y and make place look bel I .. .... 10MnpaaatMoJ a.f .onp.n :. TK Aw.r .
your u>m mt W t.T d. .r..t tuio] tnUTMtIIUTM. rorUMk IWtkl .a.nd DloUtet IhaUoonatrt : N
counw ,... .. ...
) amts } oil sl .. .. IMM. .... ml _..._ Coun g Moil to raura, .c.. dNh
ter Ralph timer Motor Co.Aug.1t. I Arta or J -Itwutrvd toe th .O.w5l W ... Mid ClUhouo, *, Ie .blab. OJ' Ib.U .to quallfiod' I* IS 4r 0atTr" .,- M 541.0, FttEE.; :
l npulr. MothhK dlalurb lha 1541 :
U lion Vetnnna.... ....d54.or.w 4tf Thlrtv-olgni oa. 05wtl., ........ Die4b1a -.tI.... to w. .f th.* functMn. _..... 1114 oho 5Y. IwH/e ..,, A.Iarbn' i ...dW
N.rYau mw' rbr 111dd tow for Ik ...__ ox In* 0..u.5r5 .11. .
.p. *
l"rW,-t-j O4 ''''''10 of Wat* theroto A vocUl aloetloa IhaU bo colMIn C-, fis Arrty Lr:
FOR SALE: Lunch room 1 i ( w tor. ..rortt.. Ol .!! was mttimlKn tho aald Tk44.r05. 1.th> lonatoriolDMrlrt .Cod. tho tk J If IS M fupw M WNW' County Tax. Aaouaor ol wIre W aaa r.a:: PS.b II''
andl ..u...... ... r*...iii.*] Hpoti j.TidMllii.1r and W Uw laid. r.toIIt) ; r 126 1 MIN by Iho BUM County County .4010
pool room combined known as 1 oUwr .ltr. ,_ .. p.rtro-r m, ..* Bonatorlal Dlatrlot .,UtI. wwnb.Ow. Jdp, r br Cw4 4w'N 7 E"r* Ne Toned Board fatal Pon DMrina. = 50.00w5w1 .4 Y xleb
I I! ).. thtM tout 5r l tvn aftor tha .' .' ". ta laid, toolort Tax School D4Y4 0. pw50.450 a5 00 T.
Sally's Kitchen or will sell t Awl vUtM fu4oL M : Olo- tocolv' too MIA MyrS. _p rtr5. .go DUtrlrtt, ond *ny natrlcta Okl 54.1C0555
of WMar /
tables I fNttiUK 0fr fallo* r .ruel. paDw.n.*. pnotor e/a1.. .0 U they kadrnrrd rw.n.d. "": tad MunlclpoUtUa. wboao tW1 P10'O': 5O.. ::
pool and!! a snooker .hall M..dW Itat IbMd Tha MuM olortod from Wtrrq.aaY r-: 5 .
S'4' table I w (Jpthl. .......... PiatttetHaU aw/dlWnr u4 ui--5' My .r.rd by th* County Tax ..0011557 II e.xe.gA
5x10 separately' Priced I I 711224 .* pcY44aNYww. .5.r d = hold ojfloa tram ku .LAIO fortorat run Arww 55100.05. 5. a. 00.0 00550.00asCf the M w ells .::::

right Write A. M. Tyler 24t I ... ,_ ..11oa or .thar ondla' 001 tho nrot Tuaoday allot Y nar*. tho r Clrautt boas lunadlotlaBth Judg_ M.r -_ N Oouse ra'1/.rb' Frr w ._ Jr54rr :. .: 5.ood p54.4 mAL ....-,
... IMf and 04.0,4'
.. .. tho ruot wader January 5445005
Ilk product e To.
Osceola Ave Oct. 7 U'' Nbea.nr or ohiU b* < rd { laoa, in* county Tx couonor in in*
t.... ...... ..... Mop.M N tho Bonour oLooUd Iron tho rortlotklonkl ...... : T.L..rdM"
vlrhMrt kl aorf ( ol riortdo.
Ito 151YMe.. w' *. pwn.U! ......... ___ DMUtet ahall bald d lo YPbt/wa.,. k *. L ..tnl.. rUN.ola BUto Y,. / N Ira. 01,
FOR SUE: BOAT 23 FT. CIIRii: : dY4rm.d. ....wettoo_. Aw.rd -- from flrot klo. Tuoodoy olortloa, altar lor o lha torn Urn ondlnc Hondarta 001tho oral, .*.....5 kiay....*..by Ay rpoclol Juitlea or, i 1 N tnoa County nerd Countr m th* Countyth Mood 1150. IM' = .,".;'"r ,": rM m'IIr '

em o.N a. rgn.r so w .... wk* kv a.buN "" ., w = Dlitrlrta. BprcUl Tax taiM:::
NEW CHRYSLER MOTOR urn Oa. Tax to. .__'" tmmmrrt >_. w thoraarur :111. : = ( .5 (' TN
.. ....... ohaOhold re05..d 4.5500. ep.aUd..ar .e 1> Porn Dtrtrlcta. OrataanaAmondm.nl "I N al" Y
FILLY: MVoral avunllaa and aood Y.. otor. from laid DMrlct. ,..... r P1r.drwb
,, FQtIPPED EXCELLENT : sac.. ..... *l AdmlrrirtraUan. In* was oJftoa for tono. ol Four roaroProvtdodt / .-ato : kl.* w vmingnom aew N Io tow_. .ao"'In-..... D .:=S.W New Yaw Wr dwwu mq 14.11 Ilk.rlr = :dY.Adw
CONDITION R. F.I, Rood Drparunanl and th* rrrl nVianl that tho 15I 54.11Yw:: : tun Ik* Ckrrti o| WWear. Coun.t 0, tM. CumbY 1SSpur A.rw .-I M Cw eMN
THE LITTLE d I Cour.tr Comanlaatonora "; provldod reMrs taod ky law to oilor or DU- .. A W r w4cuD
WILEY CO. U Artlel* IX. ConrUtubul -.rues. u w b_fed_Mryrrra N 0,05.5.5.
Iark.r n
STUART PHONE 291, Na. *lln no r r w.. "' --=: MOor IOINT REsournoN no. Lr 10..... ....... .. ... 1AoIoI.. |( j
MO n.
I 5 .....- N f5M w. pwN.N DMA sun sin p .r= ;
.. $00051.
raw 011_ .1 r .
; Oct 14. 21 21 Nov I A VOUTT MSOLUT10N JO=
M N S.
.'k. YIto. r00blbl
I _
LETT DUCAN SWD.. Aroondmonl u Anlol* Vlll N lEiiConau.tutlo _I ere .b.. wMbw. w Awo.jwl AkM0Y
for MM arta Roust: JOINT HZaX>l.UllOlf KO. 11*
; W E CAN supply you with aU the .... r .,_ N .... arN A JOUST iuuournoM. pnpoHm tooAmohdmont of tho Bui* of riortda .......* Wmill" C""J =. '..Iuws wd = / : twill r-e''
Barnes .. :- rrS.L Mr ol oortloo 4, ArUott 111 oltho al ol proporty dor toxoa nd th. Crre40" ... 54L0. H""54 5JrM '..!.."
Self-Priming Irrigation Post Office Arcade Fla.'O ...mCwr ., ..." .5. 5050.ee00O 1 / qw 1...._ CooatltuUoa of tho. ..... of Astir oMIorUon ol Uxoi by add. .... ihorol *ddltlonal 054.51 51:=c 54:' ,-:-,w .1Ioa.wan rP rrw; /p
t Pumps you need. Ralph timer: A5.W4. 1M .rdwlab ... a.pM. .. ........ to tho .y4luq" ol momboraol MloM V* Ptwrldo. \.u ... .5404,.p.00'gs Ird w ".dr.r.s Judo s, M J' o.Nrn15
County ol BalM Lnri BUI ol w'b
w raA00 tow Yurne NothiinaU r In 426.. rrnue arl tko tMlalotUlO. tkotr MO pono Uo. .... County" Tx Anjuxur dull.. aaoo hop Mel N .u 4.r h w Nu.q 5 .IO .: "", t lea

prlda1 rapaal!ar madllr; MaUoii :. AT = wBtn.uneear, Ji LEOULoVTURC gom of lha Count la* tk* purpooa it p11rIM.aoATi J.ft Trt OrrOLT LTy oTcoi rs14**

I%. ol asp' CoavtituUaak 'TOSS porUaa OF THB nA'"eTW' FLOIUDAl .I Mrylnf But*. Ounly. School ond L ..:A"1-LJI ..* !
fug tako attat Ja. KM*. UCTIOIC I. That tko lallowl* HunlMpnl taxa* 515n.5band.* BUM .
AmoadoMnl to (ortloa'4. Armor. IU ol Couoty BahoT JonN TEsau't 10. WA
5... ConoUtuUooi ....... e:.,SpaHal Tax Srkooi Dtatrlrta .nd JOINT AEOOLI7n0N w HSifj:::: .::. j
oust nnrt HUOLOTION KO. IMI ...._ to tho .5.wa01N olth. tf Ilia and that Ih*. to AnMo vmlumuon N / 5NM :
I 12t A JOINT HMOLUTION rnpolUtiA. r toglrlatuM. thair ooanponMtloat ,and County: Tax CollopUt gbaU ooUoot to* of Iho BUto ofto 755114. 4.5r a&rtS : S :
.s4 > tMo M at ArtWIjXn oTConMltiiUon a. ronmaoroUoo io horror avoid to 'and BIT"P.MOLVBO. rrrSY1 ',: :.. ':
.. ..... ITTmueoimjw xaaTby rNIr. aM. ." M
ICE Plortdl. ahall ho aubmltlod U'tha atoctora ol tko 55. by rooi 1*) 0 .
151dohs......_ TVRl Or THl STATS OF fLOUlDAI .. 0.5.5NW. *. .?
liE n ffA'nev eau ol riorkte lov rMUtrafloo or ro- to .d'' I* prorU t50.5 tM .orlora ol J fSi*4o
Am .
rues' or FLORlD4ttt'ft )aruoo.pt Iho o fJonrrrt EMVo. toay Tnal th. following ArMY. to Ar.Utlo Ih. County ol Voliul*. Blot ol I IIho rtert n.noNb. lair.; ': :. add. p.rid.
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1 that tM County Trx Ci'lornw hall .** Nbr 4 a
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I'Ip To Pay Occ\'ational Licenses Without Penalty froa ooooola rHfUn tha ol tbo ol U L From and 4o nub YOU th .,: r: :
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J November 1 a penalty of 10 will be added an .. __ ........ .fa
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,and after December 1st a penalty of 25 per cent shall' be added, .but....r.. of toorlkar- M 0ral.reTw1.1.5.d"O .M mN brwMw- tndrkloooom HMetal. -, tri==o.,,.:w::.-....a. w r.M:'MN.:.:.r r..w.. "f" and.PUtrlrta County klu. .lclnllUa., IpoolaT Cunly/ 'ft..rkaol K>M>Xtuf' hall MwwYMM u>o bo aubmtttod. far w.b r ratin n.0 yewrY..4455 w N 5Y.44 ::. :. rJnil.1".d:'N::.oe--.w

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TUB STUART NEWS, STUARt. _: '. __... ._11', OCT. JM, 1HS Peas JmIK,

t Fiytenb0ns} Complete! : New Osceola Ave. Church Building LI )


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I GIVEN r ar.Yr $33,000, WORK

Rev, H: W: McComb :
[Held Fin Services ,
r Here in 1925r 11. \ '
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33 ear-until ded-! : flea.
tome in. r Shaped Structure
11\i services' for the new build! .' Sanctuary, Social Area. ,
[two weeks ag
congregation ,with. ,
i I Stuart newest c h a r c H
Ilia church I home,
I It own .
,construction which' : was
Jim first Presbyterian servicesIttif '
J held In. lieu ipilng oli 'efforts I '! '
i when Die Rev If tWo Me
I II mint down from Fort Pierce! I Carrie) is the $33,000 Presbyterian
rt" h to small*gr"P ut 'the edifice located on
ilmoiI a-nJiluriiim, Rev. Melli r I' I the triangular piece of prop':
r was\ tin a teaching alt Fort I. erty bounded by Osceola
v unit:} prowling .t t White : and North Illinois Ayes and
Riverside Dr.
4 vlv fcr fifteen persons at 'I For many yean (lie hope' rind t
,11| tlw\ founding) services, suss.. ambition of (lie cllyi, Presbytery!
It wore' discontinued throtighs.mmer !: Q JI. ...: .. I'' tlw building was begun JMuy e u
as manymof" Rise con :and under construction fot.five!
taco were winter visitors In iCoutnm rw.s. :months with Charles Conrad of y
(tall of hat Veer, Dr J J. F Vliiifa .time kiMtifuI sew l'ro ib terlan'Church of Stuart'on following plan' and deign of John Stetson, Palm Bench archnec4. : Salerno] us contractor First aer-
"' >f recently completed by Contractor Charles Conrad The, structure und furnishings,cost J4IHXIO( ( If will 2K( ) worldwide
0 heed" ,appointment Synodical to executivetil 'resume. -.--, .." .- ..-.. -- --.-.,....seat-... -. I vice were communion held Oct.was 10 and observed

services! Ori' the lust mn *ufmaamofmam mmm amm I' there: last Sunday
ytcrian JOHN STETSON Charle3
Conrad ,Is 25-Year REV
lay In November,but a great CARRIELMISSIONARY Dr Charles A. Carrie) Is the Stuart 'Preibyterian paotoi whose Eleven\ rooms are Included !in t ,
storm rose-aiid only two per ui II,igglnj; efforts .an ,redited vIII lumniiiifi .and pushing the new the church. Principal 1 one is the

shoved" servnei upipil.ir .' wer resumed, 'ARCHITECT ON Veteran in,Contracting FieldCharles IN building tf, .irnipletmi auditorium the or east sanctuary wing of which the oocupiea H(:> i

.lay, 1929. with UK fiev Mr thumped itruclure The sanctuary
:AMnb. preaching through .the NEW! BUILDINGArchitect Conrad: of Salerno Fork .tJ{ the 8t tucle;. Henry Pastor Thanks Many for Aid it 52 ft 8 In. V 32 ft. and upr
imrr. The Sunday School was Sharer; for 25 years In the building +j Cabres residence In South BRAZIL FIELD proximately 200 can be seated I lit! o
tired! with 49 enrolled on Oct. field, was contractor on the (Stuart; the Wiley Building on the special typo of folding chain
J26 and ,on ,Ocl 34. 1926. -t the; Stuart new presbyterian Church' 4th St. which houses Kindreds In Building of New Church retired by the church. The b.Kk.\
m church was organized First on building was structure Superette; Dr. H. M. Vorls residence Dr. Charles, A. purriel, came to of these chain are equipped with ,

.ra'were I J. E White, Bert I D Mm Stetson formerly of Fort He baa been a resident of this at Sewell Point, and a !Stuart with Mrs Cannel' in Sept. l lth.mkccl nglixk tacks and communhiucuph
U' (j'I1IIA.' C!initl" tod iv til 1011 UK i guts; midi encouragement
Henry P. Stevenson Jl. L,, Pierce who now has/ offices at 214 county since 11)40) residing( an number of other private resltiences 1943 after having "served as pasllll' >ld"rs which were installed
Itr.r C S Moore Marlin'Erg ,Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach, attractive home of his own throughput the county, of the Westminster: Presbyterian I the many indniduih "hn i I. of I MI nd hits, Samuel W. Traylhdped ,by Stuart Plumbing and Metal

gn" 'and A. C. Smith. "TIle church design he said I which he built at Salerno shortly "I traveled all over Florida before Church at Duliiique. lows: from .! with contribtlKNi! and efor, wen 01 f great \iilne,: Works .
w. McComb resigned as sup- '. a modified. version of Gothic after moving to Florida from chooalne this particular feb, 1, 1928 to Sept. 15, 1943, i forts to tiringthe new Preibytcrian I B> time Spring of f 1948 !the con. In (the north portion of this l wingare 'j
pastor la March 1931, being planned to take of Long Islam;.N Y. He Is: first section for 'II\)' permanent resi and has worked zealously for the I I church building into actual g-njutim dix-iilitl to build. and located the pastor's 12 ft.'
advantage president of the newly formed study m the: east and the '
..-e4} by Rev, W.'C. fleet, who dence'' he declared "The erection of a Presbyterian authorized the to square ( .1 1
geo- pastor appoint
max lnllm savings in locally avail Salerno Civic Association! choir it of the ianwsize. ,
Clulreh. iryT opposite
I nued, untfl the end\; of March, able materials". Among his contracting projects era"hlcallocaUon:'beautiful setting building slice his arrival he triaugiilir. pint ut OvcvpU' a Buil hi g Committee Ol six be- : The study Include 150 ff .
5 Rev and Mr.
gees were In this and nearby areas and possibilities of growth For many years he served as und llliuou on which (lie new slums s him."I\( 1 he fart Building of txxikcasei., The choir ;
umentat' fr> raising the morale StetKHi wu born at Fort Pierce. have been the Hipson medical. were the determining factors"* clmirmirn of lie Iowa Synod committet church ends 'lie: suid! was acimml Committee were: C. A. Lees, Emc ; room
the rtrugjjllng church Mrs, educated ut. the Vnhenity of dental buUdinj Jn OsctolaAve., He rebuilt altars and pews In on Foreign Missions, "ran a ( In April 1941. t Lynns from the Session. JudgeArthur which also opens to. the chancel 'f:
organized the Entree: Nona Florida, and has !been doing srthttectural the Matoutek Building on Fort the new St. Josephs, ,Catholic member of the board of direction, i! "lu 1943 there Will abort R, Clc ma,and Mrs. S. W also adjoins two a hm6mf on a .

li.of young< Women t.wlio /began I work In the Palm Beach glehurst Pierce Beach horns, the at Rio Haw. .the Ewln-Ira( Church"The,greatest Stuart, opportunity for of( the University of Delmqiia, and I $1800() in the building (fund Since Tf.1))|for from tie Trustees, Miss short special!hallway service closet which" lends to a ,..-1"I""
; (her a fund to be the nucleus area since 1S3R He maintainetl Max ra/ich home on the,North building in Martin County toe was instrumental In organizing the (hen there has linen a continued Tent Cumin and W, W. Meggttt/ Between the sanctuary and the 1
a dmrch: bunding a branch office In Fort Pierce dur- day" he'said. "Is in the $7.000 Debuqiif Council !>Churches.. f In effort ti. r.iuue" ."'IMV! ltd the new ]Jr. from the Congregation and the ctntral Sunday School and social :
1 t v, VV C. France came' from Lug!; 1947 and part of 1948. ----- -- -"--- --- to $8000 home c.aes," 1929 at Hi IfHMh() anniversary ('hiirch, Nut only the. congrega Sirl/'f'' then Mrs. C M room ill i extra classroom which s
, oval. Ky. as pastor In 1933, He was associated with Lester highway in Fort Pkrce remodeled Speaking of the church project (commencement, Illinois College linn und) f h Hindis in Stuart gave Walker, Willis PagU and Prof. an off L
ig {followed by Dr. Charles; 9iljerd W. Cei.let in the architectural design the Putnam Mercantile Co. there, he said, "I am proud to conftrred. on him the honorary. .de- !generously. bid many Winter' visitirs frwln J J'lhnwk.k' have also served can from be the created'central)by curtaining The it ; '
: ,with Dr. Charki Car of lliuleah Race Track, and designed Buvier and t Lippln have wish had to tnank a part the In this minister task,and>the 'ge of 1 .tt. ( and friends in other stiles on the committee / School room 36 area ft. by 20 ft.Sunday 8 In. \+

taking on responsibility %lu He designed the nOV Linconi colt residences la Snug Harbor at architect and the sub-eontrac- hit rs Arthur Currn'l Will born.I killed| to male possible the new ,,,,"About! May) 1. 1948 a contract, ,can be mibdivkled for' class t I
1 3. .showroom the federal!_5P4rt.! ......... __. for I In the b of rids ( purr
t'J' Mercury .. .1 V > ) tec* full cooperation'; n1InUld on page Twelve/ ) h'lIi1dilit.: beginning Cutitmiied vn page Tin) (Continued On Page! Eleven) .'!'r:
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Congratulations I We: Are Proud. .\ TO ALL WHO MADE -POSSIBLE I fe.I .,

I Of Our '

., TO I BEAUTIFUL NEW '' CHURCH HOMECohgfatulations w OUR ,7 '11:


ON Beautiful Ne Church !rt\\

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Opr Minister i i and Building Committee 'ti


P. O; Arcade I LETTIE. C.. DUGAN Stuart fla. I 'J

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Credit to. Our Community ANTHONY'S E 0 MY O R O Y PRESBYTERIANS I .,'i\( ('I I'CONCRA

Ort YourBEAUTIFUL ,; :


An Investment in the Spiritual Life of r fi j
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A Credit And An Aaaet '


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CONGRATULATIQJOn >v We Are Proud of p I
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Step Forward. In TW. Spinl of / ... ., THEIR NEW BUILDING :- .

Marty oo+ty ;Electric co :: : Ideal" Sport, Shop* :. : I 57:.. LUCIE" GRILL '

t Charles'KmJl'ecI'! ,, OD' Firestone Store
bier Delon Bids, Stuart, Fla. ; FINE :

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.. !I I i'f I I'! \j.,. .I MORE ABOUT tur puyhvnUi over ten ,venn lit PILOT WHALE RESCUED I' ATTEND RED CROSS COUNTT' THANKED
\ THANKS fanning three vein from now and
PASTOR to the County: Commission
A Merest .I. ':4 per cent. The rlecteraHamnwuxt I Miss Mary Shackelford.: executes for- 'IU mosquito control Congratulations 71
secretary of the Martin
14 i Continued from page Nlnel' \ organ. canting about I County Red Cross, and Mrl work and -unsolicited attention

f; ; t'\ :"' (1400, ii the( gift elf th, Chnlr: Lloyd Travis volunteer service In this line la Western' Martin
: }.' ,,1," I I' let to. Charlie Cunrscl Sr. fur Guild tit which.M.... Herbert Doj|{ II III chairman, attended a :budget' rl!i 1." meeting at Veto Beach. last board Tuesday rrorn VA J.
; ;iIIdol! ( ) v\rti tliough there/ was .in u prtwidoOt. Ahoeether the
\ J Thusrdaf Six Red Crass chap Adams, owner of the J 8 Parkfor
J.(. 1'> I' 'J ,.I' quite( fiHHigtl' ronnfv in sight cliiirtli will out, fnrnuhrd. about ten on the east coast ef Florida Tourists between Canal Point Cltlroll and Sch I_.
PACT t t''. i, I IGL1D were represented. George Costello Okeechobee Adams promised -
111 hint and :
140.000 buikling *
rI .11 IIM\ tints (
I : general' represent* in return to cooperate
,1 evHlnx iif the tilts klwu. of tha
; ,: ,f ;. But by Aug. 1 Irt' sD ( Uve 0h.. Southeastern area, his fullest ability: to PP1 ''J..
"TV' 1"'!1\\. ; j.JAd" 1 11111111111111.e/ ,. prm died. 1"hflhrd archilpct.: )lohn. Stet"*>n of Paint ( presided.Miss the entire county to all Florida v NDY I.SIMA!
Bench and lhe glad( cnlwtnirtiiin I Shackelford announced visitors contacted.CERTIFICATES .
; : '.j.; t' : t. .of, NutkmHl Mimions II f Air of OiarlcCMHIH!, > + a f that Miss Loyette Webb nutrition

Jf Raj+" I nhvtnlmi 1 Church In the C.S.A. 'Ein-ptknut] m,. a'* i y "work. i| 9 assist the field Red representative Cross chapter, will TO; LSM -

span ''','',I! : ;;" I i H.W I.,ik.'tlHnnt .Q pab1l. J 1," : I* I" outright. grants of IILbtkh( () and State and .visaing\ kn-hitecti And 1 of the disaster staff, ment certificates were Issued to
. thl, ( f, j. Southeastern area, wt'l. visit approximately 1.BOO young peo.opie
i )Jtj of $6HKI.( llil Uwn. the< "ti' j jalbl1 Carl B.
!acW11'1i' q I Red Cross chapter this week to during September
'r.f u I :' 1 4 date nn the cliiirtli. provi'Vs lireiman, ot Shiart. work with the disaster chairmen Smith, chairman ef the FlorUa

'f I' f ,' - ---" ---- 1'I. ,' in connection with the Industrial Commission: admlnii- A GREAT STEP FORWARD i
...,, ,: .,i: j : .Ir : 1 losses due to the hurricane Sept teeIng the child labor law, announced 1i
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I I 'I. In Martin County. today '
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Jhey" I arena iw tag iw Marine one tho
I ,\ 44 huge yiUit whaln ..I ...h.swam o-shivc"' fit\ north( of Mariix-lund q 1 WE OF i ; FHE, 0 1-101?

i' J ti ''l [CongratulationsIANS but wwV js shown !berg J lifted alivr into the re&HVhig tankwhich ,

i .. cVniwrt the two giant ocMinarium 'tuiiVt.;'! llirtxi rt their .whales. BOZONE'S BARBER SHOP I 9 : '""

3''< 41* I .. ate ulive and]_dtthlg'nkYly' : JI"Ik'Vl'tIIl.J.a_. captivity. .

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: I \ CLUBTFUEET. Their Beautifvl( Nap Horn .
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I It 1 mv; kAipH W. ACU" Puts, JOLLY BOZONE :

:t. I 1 I: ;'" Iliat aan-.a. .a* Iaadu Moralat 10\.1 wargha. AT WIL8AR I j

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II" ... W.Id.N..WId.. ... 1 The Home Demonstration club la ,
( : 'y iCongratulations aitMU Congto/u tions '
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a. 8un will at the home of Mra.
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l'h\I.11\\ .\ I .(, Sara ..<...,wnli.n...,10. lit' ..4 led lan J'itlNell: P. Wllbar Monday afternoon ... .

1.\\ ( I Part _.lT Merritt of the Army who, r r
:,' i< :; : : : ,_Caarra._ ..*Srhaal. W.' F.1A.B.....H.Mornitif ..Paw : baa been In Japan for Jhreeyear. : J'' .. ". a

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j I ...... 1-a. Con&atulatlomCongratulations
\Ii.("jl: 'I ','<".. > I It' ',. ,......, Nabs yra:. Iiat. / Mr. and Mrs. W.'t, ',Mcfrttu .. ,
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r f'' 1 \ JOnMIZATHOLIC Miss Kate. Riddle ,01 HarrU-\ I
w ; fed I 110 Clw.l..d. A.auKEY. .
; t i To The .. T. J. chAmr.: ra..arKuan burg. Pa.,,, arrived last *tkto
.i Ij{ t'' ,' ,:Wlatar tuna.' .a .S ... t1a spend the with. bon niece
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> ,; e.e. d. I and nephew Mr and Mrt." J. '
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t, \\: I., ''resbyterian / lurch >f..toi 8M.. ._. I M 1 '". .. aid p. Wllbar. THE PXESBYTER/AXCHURCH I'I''

f \ Mw 3I.MMMIt I. ::::,lupltw to:u4 Cob 7 ...'j Mrs. Tine Hulta and 'Mrs.. J. dT
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"f1 I :: '\ Stua Ira tl'ISCOPAiS"UVICEI W a.. :TaM, ,trSI. .., N. J...arrived Friday ta" spend the ct ,". .. .. ;
"f h\' KUry'a winter. here **Tt .
4t DRV. '. M. t EN TON. II.A. ...- Mr.- and Mrs Dell 'Harvef.ot; .CLEARING AN
Tj' : MINISTER Tit: A. ]t. Rib l Commniilea.O Otis, Micluare here for the '1 '
+ dal A. 11 Ch..1t. h.ia.I.. _... winter season. do Dekon & So
+ A It.... A, M ,. .. a. .Jo. GRADING
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Mr. and Mr R. D. Merchantand
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"t, : ,1''t red r1i P. M. TaaiMt pooplo' 11 I I Ia
I Tufa Jean, Mr. and Hrs..Qljrnn

', ; t(1.? II. ALL Wa.SAINTS....* Zook and children Jerry Lee REALw3TATE am,& INSURANCE
and Joyce Miss Anita
I. .t THE AMwaata. .... badara. <.. Thomas and Bob Ann., John
I : CONGREGATION 1,1. aanrlwa north w.rilST Bell antf Pence Construction t Co. I
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1 Kathryn Scotten.a11 of Lafe Deh Building Stuart,
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: H' a t Park, were ..eek- }_Jueata if w.;/

;:{ ON THEIR NEWCHURCH HOME" In.METHODIST w... ..... CHURCH II. Mr. and Mrs P. J Bcotfen.Mr I' I... 01' ",', ,
f ",**UV. w.HOWI.LU Vaatar Martha Moor., our nurse

: p 4 ,'Tka .Caima. gunman WMk N.b..kaad tk. Cklaiaa here, lid returned from' berthree.eeks' L J .' I J. .- .. . -
; J' t { t 0-45 a.a. ... PuUit WonrtIP, vacation In Cln- 'J ..
tit p.* :.''::h'l"t"war.Mit 1$(H.pEvmhv cinnati. .
f .. Hoar, Hathrn,ara Inllc -I Mr*T Mary Chandler, Mrs >. f .a- I
'./; < W Max thrif cklMrM la
lat A.aalnao.t. P. Wllbar Mrs George Osborn,
.hl IIun. rfwMiifi I
1i"I; r .. Mrs, M. Whittle, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
J Y wdw.d.,. ,=e...:: 11l..ok = \ L. Mooney, John Newcomb
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I '!1'/It ,a. attended the funeral oft'; Mrs. '
Rr.slnUIAN .
''w + and. Narth. IMiiK.1.. Avra. Florence Clayton Fort Pierce ,. .- ..
t 1, .... C. A. CatrtoL. Putt I PC IS / ,
tin' a. .. Boas fclwol. ._ Mrs. wel1.nd'IOna To" <
(Club Junl.'.'' + I ..... Karl I Knmw. arlup ." ..< ,, Mr. Mid Mrs. C. a-Coolle .... .' '
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'I I J Il| da.' WanKI. ....Ie y I It f Clua. l: Fersch and daughter and Mra. ,,.

i'-; BySTIART JENSEN BEACH Florence Murphy and grand TER BUILDING y COM\ P'P'EEt
t f i. Paalarr COMMUNITY.... H. H J.M daughter of Vero Beach were :
J, lands ScaooU.... :". *. a.Imd dinner, guests ot Ur. and Mr.. J. w ." "","p. .,.t ,J ,t\, >' .. '
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; vTSfia/sLi' .. ha* flnUhed boot training In .And !

.The Rat.... SaadafSthaal.., .fanoi.a San Diego Calif, left Sunday r Y t, ,
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ETAL WORKS Inc. dial, ...... W..alp.Pp.SBYTECHUNCH' night after a week here with. his T t t

Ki' I > MMUNITV parents Mr. and Mra J. L. TeN :h, ". .
will return to 'San
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: Phone 100 U a. ... ......, &kwb) Diego for four month schooling
1 { I : It .. m. oralnawiw.hlB. Mr. and Mrs. George Rein of CONGREGATION
r < CHRISTIAN 1f 'IOCIITY: OP Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. William p
't' : t King of Golden Gate' called on w I

f 1i 1\\I ; I t' r U .Tad, Gwen E... .V.-tk....... Stout Mr. and Mrs. W W Brown Sun- r .yV, ly

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4', I Mt, and Mr. George Osborn .
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\ and Mr. and Mrs George -
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,I II Pauk In Fort" Pierce Sunday

; : I Mr, and Mrs. Roy Derlngef ot I
k! Anna. Ohio, owner of a home SU '

.JOI STETS -: I Salerno for the Shores winter., arrived last week The Presbyteia" Church,,.' l i r ,

The Civic Club celebrating '
t i its hat anniversary with. a birthday

l H cake-and one candle at the ,

: I, Civic Center Saturday night. tNG.I"I ,
:They are planning wn open house '
I as soon ,!as the winter vldtjon '( FOR THEIR OUTS N : ; /

,I j I I Arc 't tI ;: I are The here.Rev. F1.; Crawson Ii Improving .. I' \,> ,""j'
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+ ; Good Samaritan Hospital in I : ;, ,
t I Beach two weeks. '" "I
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> ,W D Quigley were business callep < / >
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I Jesse and George Qulgley attended < : :

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Harold Shaw In- $obe -Sound d /
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31 + A tJ&i ,' ',1'T IMrs. Mary Sampley. principal -' : ,'.: -" I ..,, i 'Y"'r' .:. '\

14, Royal Palm )fil/ y of went. Salerno an. operation School in who a hospitalin finder e taA1, 'I '

: i *" Atlanta improving and soon / NEW CHURCH U 'HOME
c' r' \ I II will be beck In school. :
I : ... Mr. and Mra. Dan Shaw ot "
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Hobe Bound called -on and :
; Mrs, p. Ill Quigley Oct. 1?. Y ,k,, ,w

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Dwlght Rogers I D.* OIUD
''I Fla. flow t will be held at the 600 W.6TH STREET .
court house at S tomorrow night 1.
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kitchen! Manpower FILLING
10 ft. 8 in. by 17 ft. TJiii RECOVER BOOKS, VACANCIESTallahasseeAttorney ,
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FOR SPARKSnued lutter is equipped with closet Jack SmouM, manual arts bonds amounted to
for storage,, art electric range a and Tallahassee-Attorney General J, Stuart Presbyterian Church General J J. teacher at the Stuart schools. Martin Count during\ Beptwnj division ,
from Page 8)an4 ) I cupboards. mnroundliig: (the room. torn Watson ha.,* held that In an Tom Watson. M an opinion rendered sad 37 of his staoeiiu visited her the TreseurDepartmenl"3eports. saving! bonds aof :

The church It. constructed ) will be the scene for concrete'block and reinforced can- mistakenly tocked the registration! Like all successful) organizations, Bible as means to response to Fierce on all educational trip ,.
chairman, E ecutive: Democratic 312 of this total. The State
'.)JOllel'l and other church Crete and is cpturijered hprricane- books f la the ballot boxes following! Stuart's First Prenb' eriaji Church I Christ call fur cooperation of the 1 i Oct. 13. Yard Manager John $4,412,345 l '. '
Pries held for the month was
of orientation
".,eDt.. An eittra,feature of proof. Two-color waterproofed tile a primary election: the Supervisorof is dependent upon the men and parents for whom" magazines art Committee County Frlennd gave an facilities and? which I $3,:+,187 vas In E bond.
liMing II I the cloister which !shingles cover the roof and were Registration could lawfully open worften who actively participate to printed that In a case when a vacancy'oc talk of the yard's alone. _
[lung the south tide of this Mulled\ by Frank Hale. John the locked boxes involved and recover keep the church mechanics; "roll- curred, In the Democrntie nomination discussed layout, fabrication,
The Woman Association of motors hardware I Florida
|j|I wont offering protection Brennnn held the nib-contract fo the books. He warned tunyem Ing. Here are the officersxof fire a Justice of the peace more boat types, repair Forest fires lit are 9
and the marine railway.An ,
it I the elements.west the nuuoniy. Flooring .h mottled that nothing else In the' boicj the local) church: ficeri are Mi. Elizabeth Kara, than 30 days" before general election Interesting feature to the (caused by, "ftre brush bugs burning," smoker grass,:;
wing 34 by 33 ft, /InIfiie .1 black end white asphalt tile. should be disturbed and they Dr. Charles A Carrfel!, Modera president Mrs. Frank Horton) vice and the County Uxnmlsslonus visitors was a demonstration of burning, railroads, Industrial
beginners' room with' A feature of the audltorhiin Is should be re-sealed and also id- tor; Men: W. W. Buddington, H. president/ Mrs. (Ivan Taykir secretary refused to hold I special prl how lumber la processed hull.priorto campers plants, sportsrritn and lightning.Congratulations' .. yt '
Ing \luhrool1primll'( the new Hammond organ presentCongratulations vised that the procedure should B. Kraft, C. A. Lees, Ernest Lyons, Mrs. Blanche! Lowerytreasurer. ,, mary election to provide t nominee Its being shaped Into a .., ',' .:
be ffi the presence of witnesses David Marshall James Pegrairi} fur such otfic upon the calling N. ,\
The question arose because pf HV P. Stevenson! ;' trueteea Price for same by the county Demo ;; "
the reelttrution'books, both ori ln. French: chairman. Erwin John. I. *The Choir Cuild officers art cratic" Executivs Committee, the
,ills and copies, having been locked wick, vice-chairman M. R. Trimmer i' Miv., Herbert Duguo, president, Democratic Executive/ Committee. J::
up bi (lie, balldt braes bf a precinct secretary,Judge A. 'R. aunts, Mrs X': R. Clouts, secretary: Mrs. Las the! right to select niHnineeto ,lf lfI lfe,
at twet.different primary\ elections T. T. Oughterson. Willis T. Paget! jolm M. Law, Jr., treasurer."P fill the vacancy within a J perkxl .. 1
'R. L.Winnehan and Mrs.' Ella Wilson A L." Presbyterian "SIic1ll1Lellgue. of .less than 30 days !before tiegeneral ..... f',, k
ed by Ue Choir Cuild and being church 'treasurer. ,I joint youth organizutiiif election. ': :'
played for services by Miss Louise Sunday School: 1 Superintendent TO y. ?
of the Cptucnpal and Presbyterian WIU.IA'M-S : ,
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school music Mrs. KarllCrut'ger,
.Dearston. new high
To churches, Is offered by Duane
'teacher, Mrs. H. A. Sticlhoff., di- James* W. Pegram, Primary Dept.' Madeira, president, Janet Arb. DRUGGIST CONVENTION -
'recta the church (choir: Mrs. Ella Wilson, Supt. teachers, gast, vice president, Emily Morri' Druggist D. L. Williams'pro- THE PRESBY RIAN p
Dr Carrier said., landscaping Mrs. Joe Backus, Mrs. Tames Pe- ion secretary, and Mary Coleman, Iprletor of the Rexall drugstoreat ..ltfII
I plans have been completed and gram, Mrs. Robert Ward, for.Jun at 200 St. Lucle t ::, Is planningto 1 1AN
.work will start next week ....., Mrs. Karl Krueger Intermediates treasurer attend the Drug Cornpa' ', '
H PRESBYTERNS that The choir Is directed by faIrs. annual nglonal convention '' ) 1
Mrs. C. A. Camel', Seniors In MINIS R .
with receipt of a gift .oi"top soil H. A. Sudhoff and Miss Louise Ga, Oct 25 and '1'
(froih W. B, Tilton, Jr. David Marshall, Mrs:C M. Walker DeuHton. is organist assisted.. jbyMrs. 26, It :learned today. I''
Two services are slated there adult cUsses, II. P. Stevensonand Erwin,Johtiwk'k and Mrs.. A. The two-day conclave will be 1 "'
devoted to discussions of new
FOR THEIR Sunday. Dr. Carrie! will speak Charles A. Carriel. The heabyterimt R, Clouts drug products, drug merchandising
t on "The United Nations" at the I Church! U.'.A. has Just| bet _.._.- NUWN methods and an exchangeof
11 ".111. service and PAL, the gun a new curriculum In the Sunday SOCIETY, TO MEET drugstore operating techniques CATION
a cost of by approximately 700Rexall' C G
'will be host( Schools produced at
young peoples -grmip; COIlrlel'01 A apectal meeting of the St druggists from Georgia, "+ I
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young $2,1X10,000. \
EAU UL HURCHc to a group of Episcopal Joseph's Ladles Society'will be North Carolina: South Carolina\ ,
'' which students
people from Fort Pierce for a picnic study use books held at the Rectory at S p.m.,, Florida and Alabama who are THEIR
land meeting starting will want to keep Instead of tomorrow the Rev. T. J. Gearyannounced. also planning to attend, ViU-
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Stuart and Martin County may well be of '

Cohstr ion of tnw Edifice 'an proud of the Beautiful New Presbyterian. !
Church Structure.: E COMM ITY r 'Lt'

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;NEW: DECISIONS of the SRD in his' administrationof MORE ABOUT Rev. Carriers education was ,

\ a l OM.STATE AD LAW the outdoor\ advertising law. REV. GARRIEL .>btaited( In the public schools of \ : ., \ ,

1 In another opinion to the SRD ocisonvine[ I 111., Whlpple Acudmy .. "' ..' ;
a Talluhu.isee an opinion- rendered chairman the> Attorney General .. : t; '
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i to the State Road Departmcnl mini that qn owner of a business (Continued from Page Stat ; College. Flit : .' ,
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by Attorney Central J J. Torn was not subj"ct to in outdoor advertiser's Congratulations i
III. where hiiLitlKr. '
{ was State secretary'! of the studentM.CA.'s
<< license tax for his sere
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iT ,1,1rAGt Hoti and maintenance of outdoor lleiiry : of North and South
; } s ihiixdity., ( ritlaer city or \town': it.ilxiEJwd
| advertising'atgns' relating solely to wu M>|x-rliitciKlen) of the IllinoislInwi Dakota His theological courses '
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- II" ''M 1I.l1t.|% ) revocation atits,charter i sold by him Id l late pl.ic*.'of lust.nexw l- (' .\ls. Mury Timief CurrW, ww cal Seminary, Chicago, and 'f '
GLIDATV "I s kit> ggedlathia> o of iff tninchiM1, theftrntlury i / The requirement a* to securing the first wonuui leonine of .the: Union Theological! Seminary New: '> < < THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN\ : 7.
,f'f'A w i; t ; 1' within they former cori i of permits tuiclrt such circumstances Illinois father York. Graduating'from UIIHM In $
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r 1 \I'1"' become to iI j, was not Involved 1..1ivtoity Of CHURCH IS A TRIBUTE'JQ ; ;
dIM I', it 'I i: I1"1 IS '! subject ju |<, w'hun' 'Bjklwhi Turner, camewntlt .he Spring of IWll, he married _
span ,t si', ++ I ; 7 d I lhriWKKlfctiiin- -----.--"f( the-lhaiiiniu-- the question.) __ hh __ : lie Yale bund to Illinois Col.Iell' l- nd pAled. to Brazil as a missionary iv. STUART AND AN, OUTSTAND'' 1 a I

palm.wahci i !," \ t \ I ,t !( lit IJIf-sllor: In 1833. He :, ., i j t\, \
l I :' 1".f originitfid\ the mange orange fence in inane' JM was ct nnedod WHObe ACCOMPLISHMENT: BY;TS : '
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taciUy d3t !i' vi the \Yfrt, was: tnstrumeiit'jtl 1 In Presbyterian church; was chaplain .' MEMBERS: :: ;" ,:j<,:,'- .
\ ) CongratulationsPRESBYTERIANS 111? ,fst.iLlikhment 1 ld( the Univeriirv 4,Mackenzie College In Sao Faulo I 1. '
i,. ,' .1', ,' i irv | Illimiij and originated the lad charge of the Curitybu. church, ,11

.' I ; : UnJ puif; plan by which the gov'innKnt raveled as an evangelist In the ,'.' : '.::'
: ital>lii..hed the state nterinr! and was on the commit- ,: -
i il nemesis 1 of the \\'('. Well "Inown' 'ee' which established the Iratihitu'HiristttO .
!, i. I {= as u .ivli iiMis ntithnr and anti-sluve- : at Castro, of Which hehs.1n I; '. ". > WE; ABE PROUD f
) .r > ''o ndvwutp, he brother charge: during his list v
f'' !\ rv war a year r A PART.IN THE ERECTION
( j, ': ; / /" IJ. Rj-v. Asa! Turwci one of the first In the firld.1 ;
4 4I' : He retiirntd, to the JU. S. furs i \ wwC
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i' i hors' ''Mary Thompson,' Camel 'oiigh m'1917, and 'becaiue of hizj I ..
{. j t tI. ''d' ON i fa I II daughter of Judge Owen T.l'Jumon vile'a health did not return to the J i. ., \ RCH EDIFICE. \ '
,; \ r, : \< ; of ]Jacksonville' III., ropici.: After 18 months at Bay/ : ar
.' ; I\\w! was dontified( with the utility held, Win, he was made pastor., lJ a, i I,
I'I'ey' \, ) '- (irnmliiinn of Illinois and for 25 Bethany Presbyterian' church at 1 :
Milwaukee and for 4.1!! :
YOUR BEUTIFUL I)ears HUH circuit: fudge was pastor 1'i" /
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'' ,I and lInt two ions Dr. Jonathan OlUtch. 'r ,:", AW.. FLOOR COVERING I ( !
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,,, I1t'ihniagtnn I Del, and Pt'"Y'Paul uon League, moderator of the 1 ,1'j; ;', ,\' BY US. I
1-." j ... !, Georgia-Florida. salesman Presbytery "of Milwaukee"' and\ i<*f .FURNISHED, \ '
I' .'. f I'for the Kabre Co of f Houston, twice President of the Milwauke6Coursed '
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and will spend the winter to ,
Your Convenience Chicago have arrived to spend) East Quoque N. T., have arrived i ;
--- CHARLOTTE BCLLIEBEd the winter In their home on their home "Rmartta" on sVw- "
and are at Suhny Acres for the ,. ,
WC HAVE: INSTALLED ON'OUR OAS PUMPS- Indian River ;Drive. ells Point \
The'New Til-o-Matic, Nozzles fo'' H. C. Webb Speaks at P-TA I Peckalls, of Brooklyn, spettt : Mr. and Mrs Joe Schleslnger season. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson, \
a few days here last week ,
row on of Long Island have arrived to Mrs. .1. Edrnond Forgy and who have apent the summer in
\Parr ECONOMT CONVNIIN : Council Meeting Monday buslnesq.Mr. spend the season at their home. daughters, Mrs. Klrt Amende Battle Creek, Mich !have "re-;, '" '
MrsLewis Rlo-St.: :.:
Moto Sway and ; Gamble and MISS Annette Forgy, arrived turned to their home In I I
and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lucle. '
I Snipes here.Mrs. i'
MODEM METHOD j jCLIMTONI Gamble'was hostess !
OF LUBRICATION By MARIE BROPR1CK attended the Vets football Lewis
A meeting of the program committee
SPRAY WAX club at her home
to her bridge
; in Fort Lauderdale ,
GULF PRODUCT! The P-TA County Council for the P-TA's Halloween Tuesday afternoon. High score

.SERVICE meeting was held here Monday party to be held at the Community night. prizes were won by Miss Georgia\ Pe Constructionhone Co.
S at the Hall next Thursday at t:30: Allen Kendall returned! home Mrs Old-
community hall Mrs, A. Turner and Seymour
Ty OPEN SAT MITE 'W C. U.lN was held! at the home of Mrs!, Monday from Reading Pa., Others playing were Mr. I '
O. Pittman eon 193
council president, Ethel Marriott Attending were where he has spent a month. He : J
I'Adolph Hertel, Mrs. R. 8 Robertson -
presided. The P-TA songs were Verna was accompanied his father,
Mrs. Pearl Jamison Mrs. !
sung accompanied by Miss By. Black, 'Mrs. -Ada Griffin, MI.. A. A. Kendall, who will spend Mrs. C. M. Alderman, Mrs. D-7 BulloVer with Blade or Kike
Joe Kline
Howard Mrs
IminitiiluiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiii/Miiiiii( I I I I I I I I (iiMiitiiiiiiiiiitiij I I I t l l l l I ; The rena Totten, .a local: teacher. HIllman Mrs. Dot Lester. Mrs. the season here.' and Laura Mrs B. J. Ward. Mrs. Howard ; AlsoYard Dragliny k ke
minutes of the last meeting James Man, Mrs. English and ,Mr, and Mrs. V. Papgldero and
I were read by the secretary Mrs, Miss Totten. Mr. and Mrs Al Papslderfa ar and Miss Turner were takenin Us For /
RIVERSIDE I Thomas Hayes of Stuart. The Mr.' and. Mrs. O. 0. Qulglejrf rived. Saturday to spend the as regular Mrs.members Clarence Olroud, Clearing (trading ditching, tr
RESTAURANT treasurer, Mrs. E. J. Arnold, gave and season at their home here. They I Mr. and .
Jellle George
and lIOns,
a report.A were accompanied by their who have spent the summer at Diking Etc.
| visited friends here Sunday. ,
j arrived this weekto
representative of each.dis daughter Mrs. 'Avon Emerson. Virginia I Beach, Ir
Fried Aicken, Steaks, Oystejrs. and Shrimp i trict told What their project was Mrs. Joe Woods several has weeks.been She I In who spent a week with them in i spend'the season at Sey r, : Y YI
HOME COOKED f for the year and howtthey plan for the Illness Glen Head, N. Y, I II1\0ur'1.
I Tasty, Delicious Food I bed to make the money to carryIt was her called mother.there by' ,Mr. and Mrs. d D. Garr art >Amongthose attending, the ilssitisiNlliltllstltlltnllstltiniilli II 111111s11pllsslnhunil011s111sts111tuII'ss,
through, The devotional was of rived last week from Youngstown Legion convention In Miami this
Mrs. Arthur Brodrlck el ,
Mr. and
Wearing Appa
MRS ALBERTGRINER/ offered by Mrs. Ed Burgess of celebrated their 19th wedding Ohio 'to spena another week were S. O. Sconomaker,
j Stuart. Her topic was "Under i and Mrs. i.
season at Pitchford': Melvin I Brown, Mr, e
Our and '" anniversary last Thursday.A 1-- --,-- ._ J.
rive 'Curb Service standing Boys Girls. --- Backus/Mr. and Mrs. A.
V NOR7 i ST. LUCIK RIVCa taiDCI ON no..NO. 1 == The attendance prize-of $6 was dance large Oct crowd 13 at attended the Community the slgnmcnt ..i Puerto Rico.. Ie. Lewis Francis and W. F, B M 1 1r

liiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiinittrWWJ iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiinmiuiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiimiMILE / ,I won by Hobe Sound; 29 of its Hall, The Southern Stars, :, The Wiling 'Workers Club of Middleton. Francis the.Jensen and Middle-Beach '
36 members attended. There ton represented
were 10 from.Stuart, A from Sa- all-girl orchestra,, played.- Paul I the school da.t a beach Post 126, American 'Xeglon. .
party Mrs
Mahan spoke ,on how the proceeds Dorothy F.
Arnold Taube won high r
lerno, 5 from Jensen Beach and Mrs
i were to be used to add I to ,English the sponsor was assIst.
) from Indlantown, H. C. Webb,, at bridge Thursday afternoon *
] isbarbecue a ed by Mr. and Mn. A. Falk.I score
JFL'LY l' school supervisor' was guest the hall. The first project at the home of Mrs. Lewla 0
and place to hold Swimming and games were' enJoyed -
pit when a few friends were Z NtWEST t>ttOPrOSITI T LNT Snooks
N ]speaker His topic was OUr: Gamble
The dances will be held by Douglas Wayne ,
were = ST. IL NTT SANK
W Other playing
M6> School invited.
W# More So Than Risking Giving four selections on their Thursday evenings hereafter. Mari, Eddie Mooney Juanlta Mrs J. 'C. Backus, Mrs. Harry = 109 So. Second Street 'Fort Pierce I r t,
All are invited. Arnold. Sue [>lalol1Faye\ English Mrs Gamble. VillllllllllHlllllillllimillllllllllllllim 1111111 11111111111NII11111111111U1111115511ut Mcf
// Your New Home By )Hawaiian guitars were Elaine, 'Mrs. Anna Hart, Mrs. George Jean McDonald, Lucy Weth- I Segerstrom and returned from '; Ip\1\
Algazzlnl, Adair Mahan, Elda Brownl and Mrs. John Orttga ,ington, Tommy Jamison, Vernon John Leslie has .
"' Inadequate or Griffin, Merle Meyers, Annette visited in Fort Pierce Oct. 13. Sands, Penny Brownlee Nancy i Bloomfield, N. J., where he spent .t 1; }
Hillman Betty'Jane Stott'andj Mrs. Russell Allabaugh and :Falk. Annette Hillman and Patsy ,the summer.
/ Unsafe Wiring j Marie Brodrick. They played Mrs, Thomas Brodrlck spent Mariottl. Refreshments consisted Mn and Mrs.-John Horst have
"Now Is the'Hour,'' ""Hawaiian of fried from Crown Point, Ind.., 1AMINATED
Oct. 13 In West Palm Beach. chicken potato returned .
Blues, 'Whispering'Hope, and ,salad deviled opened their home at Ocean 'T
J i> Mrs Pat Powell and daughter, eggs cookies) and '
r SEE US "Sweet and Low. Mrs. Inei Yeary, and new baby; :cakes And: soft drinks. Breeze ____ _
t FOR.GUARANTEEDWIRING George Tilton showed pictures ,Virginia Marie, visited friends -. -- .- .'_. .. ___,_ ._. J ;
of the rodeo held last April 11: here Thursday : I,
at Indlantown. The next meet-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood left
!Ing will pe held at Jensen Beach Monday .4o attend the American ..
in January, The P-TA will celebrate .
t Legion convention In Miami.F. s
s s Its sliver anniversary Nov. W. Hildebrand; AlvIn Bowden NOTICE I'"
11 In West Palm Beach. ""
[ William Wheat, Robert ...
ELECTRICCONmtTWG'ApPUANCB Mr. and Mrs. 'Marvin Crowe I,Hurst and four guests from H se Paint : '
hive returned from a ( Stuart left Saturday morning* .

in Alabama. Crowe returnedto aboard Hlldebrand's yacht for I I HAVE ONE OF THE STB
work Friday after a 15-tday ,;
'r'Aont 71lcNN! $ BEACH,ntiCTORY vacation. Miami to attend the American LAMINATED '

Legion, convention. Ho Point live "lif"l! ; I
.. The youth fellowship committee entertainedby ,
---I Harold Shaw was
awoken the beauty ot -
held Its weekly meeting Sun
mother at his home Saturday ES OTS r-
; '
with fresh color i ,
+ day evening at the community) night in honor of his Uthbirthday. y church. Miss Elda- Griffin and Games were playedand protect your 'investment! !.I''

DEMONSTRATION' I Dan Hutchinson presided. Next the girls put on a fashion The multi-laytf'film of f I ,

_, Sunday's meeting will be in show( modeling many' original in Stuart which I lj>fuld like to' trade for AMINATED Gloom. resists F.other .1v(
{charge of Miss Jean Arnold and and old-fashioned gowns., Some and sun far better li i{k

Cecil Moore.. of the than ordinary paints. Whal't 1
famous people
belonged to 1\\ -
I 'Mr. Hutchinson .nd"h1. two Sandwiches potato chips more,It,"deow at It wtorWfoghorn h { :
sons .Jim and Don, moved Into iced tea loe' cream and cak'were HIGHmYA REAGE beauty and IJf NIprotection t I,
I their new home on Bridge Road served to Jean Arnold, paint (for "''if.t .* % t. .!

''Friday. Marie Brodrick Elaine Algaueiul' with CUtml ,
I|. Mr. and Mn. Arthur Brodrick .1.1I
MaryDiamond ,
Ricardo of Stuart
Juet Cutside city limit
to West Palm
made a trip
Cecil Lee, Margy; p'

I Friday.I Mr. and. Mrs. 'J. D. Bake and Moore, June Bowden John, Jessie Moore and, LUMBER CO. ; ,;
I George Quigley, CASA {
.{ Ye f r M. daughters. Juanlta* and Hilda, Jack Carpenter, Billie Moore, WjflTE: BOX 72-X, STUART NEWS ,
I called on Mr. and'Mrs. W/ D Algazzlnl.'David c.llaland \, 1 1i
PORTBLE POWERTOOLSD Orttftn Sunday. Phillip Phone 66 :f
Mr. and Mrs. :O. D. Quigley t
i I Toimny' Brodrlck and Russell : 'Mr. and"Mrs. W D. Orlffln : ?' ," :
Allabaugh, owners of new bowlIng ..
had as their guests ,
alleys In West Palm Beach George Griffin and son, I! .,t

have set the opening date .for Roger, of Stuart, Mrs Byrd .

1 Sunday. Pullum, Jupiter Island Mr and ;

Mrs. Arnold 'Grelder. Mr. and ,
I y o Mr,. Lucy Griffin and Mr. and :I IMn. of MartinREEIiEGT
O Jesse Orlffln. till
t' 1, Mrs Douglas Atkinson, Mrs. i iI Coynty

Sao upTwr Ethel Nichols and Mrs.: A. Wiseacre '
of Miami visited Sunday, ''
V aunt I : rig 9M
and Monday with' Mrs and Mrs ., :
Andrew Lester.
OIL Miss Julia Jamison attended' t / .f

the Florida-Rollins. game last! :
cur I week-end In Gainesville 'with a- I
.er ,
Mrs. Greene Janice Arbogast. I
Mary Coleman and Lurllne j1'w

an d>ether power tool conduaftd by factory the community r '

|exports. Tt)it.-.aYtng tools, for hobbyis* factories., latlhmona -, will 8:30: have Thursday a' Halloween festival '

fttylroada. kxjgors, builder, Whners, arbor- 'conjunction with the'regular i ,
Ut contractors. automotive repair shopalSee them inaction Thursday' evening dance. Every .
kIUe4daY ''one is asked to come with mask ; ,'

Mr and Mn. J. Re Hasencampand .
STUART children, Judy Robby and I : ..

SINCE Mary Jane, visited last"weekendwtlh t. { :
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lester. : '
191J I : 'J :
B. K. Fagen wu'a week-end :,( "'f :

visitor at the home of his sister J. .,
Mrs. Hoyt B. English.\ Fagen "' '.I ,. '
for .
it I superintendent pf suppUel '

e Pan, American Airways and has :Ji!:' ,:. ". ....

Spec lineRent recently returned from Puerto ....
Octobei\26\ .' .
Rico: Haiti Dominican Republic,, il' ; .
L Jamaica and Cuba. After a j' '

9 short vacation with his familyin '. : "J I Ia
1 From Florida he will\ return for as. ",( s r
I .
2100). M. to 31O() ) P. M. l''

Fqr ormatlon I DWIGHT L. ROGER w q I

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Shirt t t Hardware JOHN TAYLOOsceola TO


one 1 Stuart, fla. DART
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-----'- Let's te' on November 2nd, (X) Dwight L.\Rogers '

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3551I Phone N et Wa se,, ENTSECURI It'sINVES d' keep :a REAL ,FRIEND inExperienced Congr ss ;


I -Capable. He has been OUR friend in

BARDWARR Congress. WHO GETS THINGS DONE. He knows our ..

d SASS PLASTER DOORS problems because he is one of us- our kind of people. -

% IrLOOKINGaliftsowma REALTORj[ Paid for by interested 'Citizens_ of Martin County,":who

P. O., ,Arcade
Phone 19 Want real Representation in Washington continued.t .

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\ : lte turttti "' "HEART OF AMERICAwf iiiiiiiiiuiiiuiuinitnRiuNiiimiunii Horticulturally WHAT IS YOUR egat.HOBBi

t g ,jf j ever, Tbunday at Speaking letttt-"ono Waoe=ssalt

Stuart, Martin County, Rorlda: FHOTOqiAPnY(\ ,
t" i by Stuart Dally New, Ine.. a 'NIINIINNINNIIIh9uWIN11Nt11UIIIm By Lawn L ROMIMS M.D ,J f
1 I Florida corporation WINTER GARDENS" Before claim {.
I one mays photography a* a hobby ,
t Entered a* aecond-clau mall Florida, yond the stage pf "snapping" picture and tlJTif\ *''
flower gardener parr.Lien havlm
I matter at the post)) offte*' at ,
'I' \ I those in the peninsular and printed at the local drug rtore. The true photimanUuV1'p. '
Stuart" Florida,, under the Act arly
f whose includes such
I f ''I ot March S, 1879 section nf our state, are unlike gar person vocabulary phrases at 'enuL.
FREE PRESS "filter factors, and Tight control, whose *
j, r rj I 1 A u ,85 YEARS OF SERVICE COMM NRY deneri practically all Other states darkroom enperime'iting with different developers nun, ,, h fJ\
1 and In that they can have !flowers In and stung With familiarity a number of gadget vnSnet
: t sp etu.ra Ddl ... ... ."._ \: ( h
. ,, ': ;,, I, ''' .,?... II...... I.x..... 1.10. fI..,,_ l1Nb bloom during the winter and In the graphic art. In addition Tie may have a few plxrtograhlik., .Bpd'"

,' A FREE PEOPLE f"nae". and wblaNd 1M. It.>I.....sown Irawnem. .APril' Mb Ile, ., C4N IIcullobs very early pring by his bedside and perhaps spend an evening mm and tU, !r
, #, ;, i ( ,blek Tb. Tin.. WM .on.oi d.u4 on ,1 fact out recentlyby camera dub displaying his (latest and lit k
That print
; H* h '. Itlt Tin .i..rl Ddy N.w. { brought t'xcbanghlg) .
, I'J"' i i I J i d l d Oclobw; :: >, IMS. IU mk Horticulturist John V Watkins, ;the gang." / *.
: I ... .
; \ ;;, I t SiPublished I f..I' ktHi.a .. Uw .
\ _. of the of Florida College The of "
: ; y rsa.nrwr' : University majority "mapshooter* remain In the
j ;. : __.__ stage | t
, I I I t y ot Agrk uhure, i It apTepiateby < ord pictures of the baby, 1ritonds, Or 'vacatiiin) Mines aphst'e|,
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS hundred of but \Ixiredwn their' L
! i I > gardeners play to the guests and then shrove i in dr
\ =I:, w'; .d', ",I filU\ ne.iwwr:: ,::i.h"l'p": : : ::o' y=t:fDtII. there are slab other who could perhaps paste! Into an\ album whets they rarely are teen was

: !\ -- .. .. grow winter and early spring flowers true camera\ hobbyist, .a fmlnhrH"- print Jn'jrta1"I'
r 4 A ENNlNnrR ... _. repreieiiu
, ','t :';! : iT t LYON4< ::: :;:,:: ::: ..LM.rr.o.. ..,.........J.u,....;;EtY'i' = LrS who do not take advantage which is the result of combining a technical knowledge'of( d iLf -
0, : I! ", A, JihNNlNCltH, 311>r ." ,. .. w..w. .- ..-..... of the opportunity And, a* every used with sued 01( and
; j H. MtTCHKLL ...... ......_... ....."' ._.-" .......,.. 11.I. ...- have hi a composition an appreciation i 111| LkT k
( 1 f I V MKSMVGER.. ... .... ""," ..._.1."<._..__; _8..1.... II...... a ANNUQICoMMdNITr I true gardener likes to shdnvyaMy
arid admired it would if
" ---- -- (lowers seen serious interest In
photography Wllk'lI
1 tY'i' led
n I ; to is t-.r.
I 1M4 teem that'ryone who can grow
, ; ... 0. T... .. __ }lite 'ho ''r....... .. ..._.....11 It1 flows Would have some blooming hobby graphy began dub or whey the local u a hlgl Y.btC.A chool offered student\an leaflled that He
\ Mau "'.d'I Am'n: :': An .awtlentrna, ?1. ,an.nwra "aw.w lag I'Iakt iFSPONSIgiIITrtas in the whiter, when there are more Interest in chemistry: and physics which l I opXrtllnlty[ Io .
t to mart an, oblat.n.M.' .d.ml.nenb' WM itudyin.; ...
I I --. '" Cu o I a ."I."h''I i, eatlsl.e 10 t..o ... to. ....u I"'tlo.' .r as ..,a foils fn Florida to see them than Interest In nature rady end my'desire to male twIlectKwo"':

in any other lea.on.Of Insects! wood, and unimuli The neat With whkl) I 'IIten-d|MMSI' ,(
rural and ufo1'an
l.'Ou/'IIr'evtl1! a
., '4M home with available land hire ww increased by the fait that I often taw ll't'I1eI"_ |
wished to For before
preserve many years this I had uwdiJ
should have a fkwergarden, record faces and little excursions' but I had
: fried
MEMBER 1948! \ are many home that do not this doge to! A\Jvin Ui!*/

have flower. There are tome! Under the guidance of "Y leaden I ifi
,) soon() "'ipenencej
who flowers the
aH girdener'round while grow others of seeing picture appear before toy eyes In the dimly lighted: jj3and t
s year grow a little later 1 was able to exhibit" rest. aoJ f,
them only In ,the spring and It t finis fimdip,pthpaints ..
SCHOOL SITUATION would be fine if there were more which I had made from start to Ai rime went'a

I We note who i the School Board: In an effort to bring 4 i in tlie' first/ of these two group canters became Inadequate'and a second hand (camera ..kt J,
and hmltied ,.
the City of Stuart to hid, ha<< instructed Superintendent There' is the possibility needs budget, was purchaseditl | heir its
i Roscoe! RulIitH 11 1 lank into possible grade school and that temperatures may; portraits, tliseupf of flower and inject and I vm( to jorawU Io''

t junior high school sites! in Jensen Beach and Palm City. a3D drop, too low In some section( of camera to a microscope and to photograph bultrrflv tula! iii j I
This might not be a bad i idea. -- the note during the winter; for human ,hair The\ bathroom served as im darkroom ml '!
reside weirs miiih more !sensible to us than the r protection, but numerous pinion. With continued interest came Increased dill irul/ tlM'ln;
pr sfit!) exatffftiatrl( tintrulized plant" setup which rn recpenue( thut possibility and cumulation!' of accessorwt, which permitted thi ; ,
causes youriK i from source of new /idea for both taking! and finishing pichi, and tr
school; ( of, torne\ kind fur plants that may
i Palm (' "'amlv should have school dillon there was an Impetus for (Inventing and ",mtnjdmi;Rpij].
it> meal t < et a grade be damaged by cold t For that
IC Small junior high school>( plants at Jensen Beach arid I Ne'wsand Comment Cg 1 matter! <' anyone who raises flower with which to do better work Soon after good pim.btga"I
i Indisntown! seem most practical or crops knows there 'are poser pear from my darkroom Mendi turned over then.. ,'(.Uvetl fa tkrtk

C |j j In .old.fachioni'd. simplicity\ we believe it would beisJi' bililie ot pests or unfavorable' Ing and) printing and commissions came to phot,igi.iph (talon, P.
i C- l d far better for J.lu'tu! (County communities to have a number BILL KLNG; of the Pelrtan Hotel hag two THIS IN OUR opinion, is the prime prob weather k knocking'' them 'out, tlona,, and wedding/ \"itb money tints earmil."'m.. ,d t
4 of community schools. in its which should be lem of the h hobby was defrayed. In,addition ''>\.114'. 't ''ill he shin
grammar expansion program extremely good ideas followed which must be1! worked out by our whether the plants! are grown In
,i ti than to ,>ntimi with the idea of Insured! free admission and a front seat at all sport I vent su uphotographer's
greatly enlargingthe through, "The first is that Martin County Commission today. Get the contour spring summer or winter So
I combination giammai: school and high!, \school! plant at County CommissioTt' should immediately, map, hire a competent engineer to set upa .I,winter flower gardening b worth d gave the hobby. a position it importance\ 1Ir!
f Stuart-which is neither fish tor fowl. authorize creation of a contour map of master'Martln' County water control system trying especially in the pruhunhw it put me in the claa of those newspaper .dt -nlllrrr, > f(c"W.
{it Youngster in the grade school/ brackets should be removed Martin County as the first step in a count,. and then tell each private owner section. burner of police' and fire lines" do not exist Muj II ,eeeit), mrlsemational .

t from t the influence of football, basketball and directed water control plan, to tie in with where his water must go. In addition, with And the time will loon be here ( exposition and visits of digniUrir rep duty nm.
other extra-curriculHr activities" which havje nothing to do national and State efforts in this direction, knowledge of our situation, we (yild seek for sowing hardy annual Jot Minor and preserved In my album "
with the elemental business of learning reading, writing State and national help in the oterallplan and early spring bloom. I In Alongside of this development was the spplteatior, of ilkl! /

I end! arithmetic AT THIS MOMENT we are sitting' down or oppose parts of the plan which fad. it'"* time'; .now to....<1e the to the study' of neuktoe to that MioHtoiy'I uut,',As *i if :t.r:
r i Separate high school( and grammar school plants would at the flood control table without knowing might injure us. In Ignorance we are blind.? and, remove weeds.; grass, and with photography. of experiments, gross and micravpknpa! \ e
It be a good) thing i not! only through. the county but in Stuart whether any of the major plans will help Let's have some light roots.from 'tlie sod 1. apply ferul- and luter with patients and even operations. Skill irquired tat'
use of the hobby was a large factor in being irlertwl. n I...
also. 4T harm Martin County, We do not know liar, prepare flat, (fur plantingseed my
hlW'lur flood waters should diverted' and make fit of a scientific expedition for three) successive mmmcti fnallil
'i AS A BY-PRODUCT: of water control plans getting
THE IMPORTANCE OF TURTLES or how they..should be' saved and we cannot could Vet 'a system -of county roads which we the (lower Burden off f to a. goM. host of important> sck-ntific pictures, a three red' mm* and flfa
U'hie] the nations, got set to emulate so many Grover know until this baste step has ,been would vast for farming sold, Curdenert who need1,11I"'I photograph! of unusual scene and people! resulted" 1
up flew areas
I II Ii Cleveland Alf'l'ltndeJ'5' \ testing! atomic bombij over the taken, With the facts, a competent engl* and citrus open culture. Properly planned, the ormaUon on what flower to grow' Now and then came the thrill of making. pHnre ,."'ti.It l)Hposcibilitie

plate eo< fart the other guys won't see them corning, Stuart neer-our own engineer-can sit in with water-control canals would furnish both fat winter and ether, details, may i ) of becoming. an.exhibition print: Hie tint portion! J
yp Jaycees are preparing to pitch a turtle derby. the flood control boys and pitch for Martin the rights-of-way 'and the roadbed materials obtain them from their county or picture has to be (elected, enlarged, and prnprrly' mounted,lea x
t'a' a At a time when: none of us know whether Moscow, County. 1 for a system which would home demonstration agents or I critical assistance of friend and fellow hobbyists. and thepislfaed
kl 'Minsk, Washington or San Francisco are going to go opid Martin County' development. open up write: to the State Agricultural and sent off to a photographic exhibit where if it if hung,M1, 1
i a flash of ftrct and a puff of smoke, it is encouraging RIGHT NOW the majority of Martin County intension Service. Gainesville, grapher experience* thrill similar to that of I cnmpow "h"*' {

1' to hear that the pr Jl.'tellli' .e younger puniness men of our I ** lands are held by some 60 men who LET'S: REALIZE that we are Just 'a Florida" tnr a free copy of Its at I symphony played for the first time. Only few r Miw' *'II<

)''C metropolis are tmntr to secure 50 gopher tortoises to are on the eve of developing them. Eachof away from 1050. In that connection.,year Bill trahlive',! : bulletin, "Annual Flow tin* stage but, like the trill fan, I was alway ipurrwl on by the
place the ireatun in a ring and see which can crawl out these 60 men will have his own ideas King suggests that Martin County plan ers." that perhaps the next one woukj be sin h a work ot art.
,t $j, soonest. 'I .n how t te get rid of or to save the wateron bang-up celebration of its 25th anniversary a II My psychiatric Interest fa people ...n be ,-xprewd it Rvr
At this in civilization when rocket his land WEEK Mudir with effort to hrin the perwmJir. the air'r
stage planes are Thotage! is set for an acree of by naming 1950 our Golden Jubilee Year OF HOPE special
C / '' traveling 300 milt, an hour faster than the speed of I confusion and disaster such as ,charac- and starting action right/ now to come Jnto The United States, which beganas by catching a certain expression, wing the perwn\ dkg>!!'-
sound) it i iK nice to< reflect that there art gophers/ which, terizes the hodge-podge flood control our place in the sun tHE dream In the minds-nf men, cluracterfstic, or emphasizing some IIJI<<'fallddul tedturSi\ bv mmment I
starting for Jensen rk-ai'h today, will not arrive there : Crazy quilt back of Dana| today. Down (.d..bralrs.. another dream come Of the lighting. Perhaps for relief I fun I to landsopa*

until 1952 there private parties! are patrolling their SUGGESTS that we could plan to doa tug us we dedicate this week of placfcl' farm scene* are contrasted with piftiu." nxmotajwindswept >r"
i These marvelous creatures: are a carry-otef from the own dikes with shotguns and levees are number of things In the' Jubilee Year Oc-t,, 17.24-to the United atlon.. clouds: or wave pounding agunst mFGedrr'ia, J"1
t O primordial days' of a feW years ago. They live in holes being blasted in the night because there No1 being to plan and put into effect, a, All .over the world, millions, till there are the special events, parties, and people' whit IJ>III """"' '
in the ground, ,-loi 1'1't' till they get hungry, then'fca out and was no master plan Each private owner )'ear'roundtourist\: entertainment haltered by the I lust war: look for preservation and occasionally an unusual mejirat 1 speic1IIIII"'
chew grass( UnTil they< are not hungry No gopher .tortoisehas worked out his Own way of throwing his Martin County would rise and shine program., not hopefully. to the UN a* their pro- be photographed for}Inclusion in a case: record ,s f f.It.I ter MCI?P'

ever had the ntttr. The fact is : they are rather water off his land on to his neighbor's. as a neglected Ugly ,, duckling but as one ection/ against/ another, and greater '
tI stupid creature t and have difficulty telling each other of Florida's fairest, -E.L disaster iePhotography is a logical: choice for a wnrv(?J "I hobby i"?
i apart in their nttUiritl /pr pristine state They just trudge ; The UN ha; accomplished'much the infinite variety , through their irutli in the win grass chewing their cuds [WATT 1SH SCHMIDT THE GREATEST REVOLUTION in three! short. years. ,Sometimeswe can f rind camera enthusiasts everywhere: at tame 011 j Ibe"-"'-"

I '! and reminatiBg, U'hen they bump iqto each other they CHICAGO forget the many Incident -. work, on vacation, and even at theatre\ One mat Find *' Jrfor
if'if'I either pretend not to notice or beth.atop and stare rudely\ I In retrospect the advent of Christianity J is perhaps (the lie. '.dispute between Russia { Two gophers( h lbeen( known to look at each other Chicago Trfixint Reporter John greatest'revolution of which we have knowledge, said A, Iran, the BritWvAlbanianquh fan who delight in catching an unconventinniJ pow, Saslit.
: ,# without moving for twenty-four hours trying to figure} out T McCutcheoa: Jr. assigned to A. Berle, Jr., in a lecture _Jn Boston. lIe then went on to the squabble over Theses.the tension grapher Ignore human subjects and train their \Ire J*.. .0
,t r j I which was which This has retarded their intellectual write an item about the new Chicago say that within the frame of a familiar background three in Korea-any of which might nature,the WO, and aquaria. Some prefer Inanimate *'
,, ; development and given them a bad name," telephone directory, develop ideas were launched. The driving force of these ideas have flamed Into World War Ill kill life and I technical) pictures while odiert choose< UK outtbr' ,

1' The Jayu-i are going to fix this. They plan to paint ed his : spiritually politically and socially was so great that they We should remembrt too! that of landscapes, sports, or building ..
j i the! 50 turtles' backs red, green, yellow, purple, orange, coverage entirely from literally changed the face of the world. commisuoru on refugees, economic Photography i* Mutable for" a universal hobby; abs 1eadts
magenta, polka-dotttd, striped and crescented: 'Each mimes in the directory itself History Foremost was the conception, that every Individual on and social advancement, world) a multiplicity ot /interest and snoods and 'COI'uI1y.> /lit
f + gopher will be done up HO fancy that not only he but \ ,published on Page 1, Aug. the face of the earth, Levite or Samaritan, Roman or Greek health and many other vital mat- intellectual and! emotional satisfactions Th* tolitam, irl5m I.iii
even the least intelligent Qf the spectators at the derby 26,'follows: eunuch or slave, was included in the love of God. No In- lets.re hard at work.' enjoy isolation when working in the dim light Of tilt darkmoilwIIr\
will be able to ascertain that he'l is< an" individual JNO' ISH NORE .MOREI dividual was forgotten, none left out. Compare that with If justification of the UN were gregartou person may carry his hobby to the earners
tj After the race the 50 spotteu, green, pink, striped, tlllEE PITON PEOPLES standard practice and you can see how far we fall short needed, these .achievement alone meet .other' in a free type of fraternal relationship bond "
,p I18lmo -tlntpd and othtrwise decorated tortoises will bead of putting that idea to work. would serve But there is more on\ ( interest The mechanically Inclined find M "dle.-:
l'' let house! in the wlldwoods That (is' when progress( will "ZEE WERNDT KIDDON The second principle *as not a privilege but a de the record In It*'draft proposals new things to build and the less mechanical lave tc eSIlO't ,

t t I begin An ordinary gopher meeting one of these tinted "Venn Thee! Phon People Said mand. "Thou shalt love thy neighbor' as thyself," One','' for an interwtinna)1001) nf Human accessories purchasable exchanges' The! i imaghuHve:s tic
.t tortoises will be forced\ to undergo an Intellectual experience Vr New Book Was Conner Bea neighbor is everyone on the earth. There are no excep Rights and for a Convention medium through which he ia i able to express hisJdeU .
He will think : "I don't know what it is, but it isn't hooper, They Wemdt Kiddon. tions. That calls for more effort than most of us ever attempt against\ Genocide, the UN baa continued gindUvt finds much which fc* stay freely! cony' TM ooIJr fG'1M,

h b. me." The t't'rof\ individualism( will have been planted DeBouck, Holding I 1,007,232 to make. the work begun at Nurenv: I all the latest gadgets, In a few thousand generations, should civilization as Names, Pluto More Pages Then The third principle, according to Mr; Berltf, was the berg, creating a body. of Intema. the arrangement of los album The experimenter T .j,
we know it be destroyed, the gopher tortoises, so well last Pecembre'l driving force behind both of the plans, hat were laid out. lion"l law and morality that will I developers, film, and paper*,'and the lees bold sUA tole ,
''I l armored they can be expected to survive (they have only 2060shur. Reason, to the fullest extent,,was encouraged, permitted, strengthen human right! every. tree methods, (u-Jii
v 'two heartbeats a second And live 600 years or more) may Vtorlds ,Record.' and even required. But it was not enough. There must where. Thus it b that photoVaphy 1* a hobby enjoyed byIlona

j ,l reach the level at which they will speak graciously to one gg'.Menl\\, Begun Chill New be faith There.were things one cannot khow. No mind The International Bill of Horn- of people of aU ages, Mtionalttie, and both -"f.TJ d
I another when they meet Knowing their natures, we do Inch* InAn Loupe Yeoka-Day."Zee was ireat'enoug or clear enough to see all the implies an Right would extend freedomof followers are people of an walk of !life, temperament .'
"k not look for a much higher development, but it will be a Pages List New Number/ Fore lone of situations, still JesS to understand the endless) worship, speech, press and assembly for whom the roman serve a* a great common dt-noo1
l\\\\ fine contribution on Stuart's part if we, through the Jay. Every ,Phon Soda Cittl, Annal possibilities of an.infinite universe to all people/ all bands ,

eees, can know we've helped these" meek inheritors. of the .Taiche AIM Sept. 18 Withee New If,, we put those three principles into practice and The Genocide Convention, If work of the UN Highlight this COOPERATION IV U'
,arth improve their manners. Dill! Sltlrump.. that means yew and each of the rest ot ua.-tbere, would( ratified by member' nations, would some relationship in a constructive: ( OFFICERS PLalSEO
There a day coming when the world will have peace "Most Alia Name Fittin rat be a revolutionary change In both personal. and Interna outlaw assault eo any group, and far,-lighted manner.
i_and politeness, too. Worm IJne, Even Konstadin An- tional relations. But the start x must be made where we racial, reljious, cultural or national In pursuing Its tusk the United Coopentbn ofty >
iil gnostopoulost Butt 'Jno' lab Not are with what ye. have making the EhirU1'f effin '
guilty subject Nation Will need the.aid of men
1 a' "Big'men find time to do things, for their community More ... }Alway lolm.:: VEditot A Many of us, as we go through the world, are like the toWilt/ and severs if by of good will everywhere. For tM Police ikparlmeat
r while the little complaining they are too busy" old woman Earle I, e.' "
men are Publisher. Ovlagton took up In eta airplane in he Security Council future of the UN lie/ *" primarily by West
-The Charletoni California. He had described the beauty of the coast Thus the bated: Nation would with the United, States. ConverSely fortda BIShesyhitnotion
I Our country's 1 welfare fa our scenery around Santa Barbara and this woman expressed nuruntee (tie essentials decent the l1N.J. troth f
a out fate is.bound to
i And, after all, it i u style alone ,by which posterity will ritll concern, and who promotes a desire to see it lIe took her up, flew for miles up and life to all men, while 'safeguarding this United, Nation Week wan highways hero
judge of a great work, for. an ''author. can have' nothing that best, best prove Us duty down the coast, and when he landed he asked her how, she them against wish it .
Unjust :
; t Ir -I 'truly. his own but his i style. -Isaac. Israeli. \ Harvard. liked It. "Flying was nice," she said, "but I didn't see any. death. only--.... .Codupeed.w.. Chief Ofd a
$ thing because I kept ray' eyes closed all the time," We see When tW Ail leader
Lecturing his had been
The style of an author should he the image of bit mind', "If peaceable along with each only what our mind directs us to Bee, Actually, we see with planning> aggressive warfare, were their school ion tlie who:father asked Palm Be'lIFE 0'M1 5
hut the choice and command" of Unf ufe U the fruit of other as and understand- our) mind, not with bur eyes. first move were to demolish basic voiding ,, born iaecompl
I sternly, What do you mean by
with blimtsea
-Edward Gibbon. ing i/ along dogs, use
exercise. liberties In thefr
bpeoplehap own countries truantP What make
i !tied more comfort tn Men must be decided ell what they will not do; md TlaIII revealed to deadly fathlou lavirig you cosid

{ j'' '1 The wi Jor* of the wise and the experience of are* maybe the: World.' ,then they wilLU able' to act with vigor in what they ..tnt the crucial role of human.rights still' away from the ion tchoolhIteplled ,"" iris hatred, I the iereea ea s tl a

1 i I 4 1: preserved by iuoUlk>p, ,Dwraeli -Clarence BudingtoQ KeDand fd dMeDCI" a* the first defense* of peace The father- /u New,rre i i tc to aaod esmLw > fag V

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1111111111111111111111111 Indian RiDer Drive they will be eligible to go to the -

BILL FREE eI 1 4'H girls: :fll In group JuneThere *, of girlspurich I ;

Will have to be diVided.
Doing Business
Aiipment FAMED RACINe Leaden
are lacking Women
Sales and willing to assist In chit work my
ServidFCo. contact Miss Roberta at the local PEOPLE OF MARTIN' ?

loistur "W>) ere and When You Wa It" VISITOR DIESIN telephone home 284 demonstration oft:ca j i .
W* MANUFACTURE Mr. and Mrs George Sawyer) -
rea Sprinkle Portable Irrigation stems ILLINOIS Lennard were Parra! Beach vtsUora -

n' '=. n... r.... Light ... ..Sat.'/ORANGE,Avg, BylIRS.TIY" / they have been duo-
milllimilimillllllllllllllllllimi | I I|Illllllllil|||||| W I/III/ II d I Ted Horn famed auto face r Ing absence of the occupying owner on tI ,
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and winter visitor In Ocear I summer vacation to the home of .
,Breeze Camp, Jensen Beach,, his parents, Mr and\ Mva. W. H.
COUTANT) 'I Was killed! Oct 10 while competing Leonard Attending, in Walton the Masonic, andO > BE MISLED BY FALSE PROPAGANDAOTE ;? ,

In race oft the DuQyoiri, 111. E.: a.past .Matrons and Past '1'. r.
(speedway After the crash hospital Patrons Club alphabetical cov
PHOTpGRAPHY attendants removed Ted, ered-dish supper and social
Rea Estate Photo/raphy left shoe where he carried what gathering were Mr and Mrs R, FO'
\he claimed was "my good luck V Ankeny from Ankona. This 1GOOD
coin" It had ailed him In this I supper precede! the first fall
*live Photo of Your Fishisb; Party and Catch. run, meeting of Ruth Chapter NoT
While! in Jensen Beach he OE8. Many visiting Stars 'were'
DRTRAJTS A\D AERIAL/HOTOGRAPHY took many side trips, .among in attendance The. social hour
them being to Jacksonville warf featuredby vacation travelers
per Bldg. \ Boz26f Phone who' humorous ...
324 where a new racing course was gave and ROADS :AMENDMENT
being I established and where he, brief talks on their visits
Ar format l Of StCecelia .
anticipated being at th* openIng r
<< of the track. He was an en*. '* guild, one of the six ... "
thuslastlc fisherman, and few In groups Of women of St. Andrew
the' tamp knew who he was because Episcopal Church parishwas \ .
he"'never, talked about completed Oct.' 12.: Officers elected ,
himself or: his activities were Mrs Vivian lames,president ,
Ue Wallard: of Lebanon, Pa. ; Mrs Helen Lowrie, Vice- NO. 1 i''
Highest Cash friend and rival racer, I accompanied president; Mrs. A. 8' Aiken, secretary -
and Mrs. K. Kasten,
Paid For Your; the body to Clifton N. J.,
treasurer/ Voting set monthly
where funeral services wore held /
USED CAR, sessions for the second Monday ,
at 2 p.m, Friday. Horn I U survived '
See U* Before by a wife and small child. Hostesses on this occasion will It Guarantees that your gas tax money will be spirit for roads, streets and I.
....:... be Mrs. Atken Mr*. Margaret, I
You Sell or Goodlett and Mrs. Wllbln Vl ''I ..
bridge -and nothing Ise. '
TradeCOMPANY DRIVE WOMEN: NEEDED Indian Hills oolf.and Country *-- ;
FOR i-II CUB WOItK Club was-the scene of entertainment I .
IJNRISE M TOR I Mr, Walter Cochrane Mrs when Mrs. Arthur Byal ot f;,
DIXIE PO PIERCE PHONE IS* O Coley, Mrs. George Black the Drive had her bridge club It will protect' motorists gainst higher motor vehicle taxes.
10 \ and Mrs, Robert Melton Of meeting Enjoying the game were *.
Drive will head groups of Mrs, Tnad 'Carlton, Mrs, J. A: \ /
4-H girls Operations under the! Tucker, Jr. Mrs Myron Varn,
lERAL ALLOWANCE direction of Miss Irene Roberts, Mrs, 'E. C. Register Mrs A. C. It will protect Florida's mggest money sources. Tourists and agriculture +
Simmons, Mrs George Oortner
local home demonstration agent
WILL B/ GIVEN ON VUR will start Nov. 1. Instructions In and Mrs. 10. Bishop I Prize winners bring Florida nearly ONE ILLION DOL /ARS annually (.
sewing, cooking housework! and were Mrs Bishop, Mrs.Conner I '
)LD TIRES and BAT\ RIES general borne improvement will .and Mrs Tucker. Refreshment d "
be given. was served. \the Good Highway Ar* Necessary for T ese and Other Industries
Miss Roberts states' splendid Mrs Franklin Tyler of /
cooperation iJI'being given by Drive was made chairman for Ki
school authorities and teacher the Washington birthday' partyby It increased for ads. \ t 1/
Stickney. means no new or axes r
ATSTATON' Influence whereby the girls' the Cora Harper ( / '
L -NO work will be scheduled Into their chapter DAR at a meeting In !1
?regular school efforts. If they the Girl Scout Cabin Fort d""
|complete. this_.. training course Pierce, Feb 22 This party will It means more money will be tvailabl/ for farm-to-market roads.It .
be connection with activities
lot the 4-H club .
ON PURCHASE OF NEW Mrs. Frank Howard, Jr. ot .
TUR'KEYHOOT NewSlnyrna.Beaeh who has Will make the highways safer! "'r ) .. H

moco Tires and Batteries been Drive resident guest of .
her punt{and uncle, Dr and MtaQ :

jfNVESTIGATE! BUY NOW! E RYWFE L. Mandavllle week,.returned end. homeduringthe It means more. roads-better roJcdM and safer roads for Florida school buses. t,i I.

Quick, Courteous, Efficient Service Get r rkeySaturd f[ Mr and Mrs. William F. Mc Ja ,
Sweeney arrived at their homeIn Better reads create jobs, transportation costs, invite more '
ightl Walton Thursday from spending I
C. E. BEEDLE, Owner the summer id Flushing, L. IOn tourist' travel, aid the farfaer\and encourage business enterprite. I
SHOOT G' G LERY a two-week tour of Florida:! '"
Box 138 Salerno Mr. and Mrs Fred W, Thirkleld, t:

ins Building i short Jr, of visit Memphis with his stopped aunt,.for r.1: i Your,Legislature voted to give 130U t opportunity to' guarantee the use of

iVlva'Il kield.C was. Roat graduated, In'' Walton from Thlr.Fort gasoline taxes for the vital purnpse of uilding and maintaining a better highway /'

|Pierce High School and lettered j
with the Eagle, football squad system in Florida. ;y'
I After witnessing a clash between I
feite Proud To Pmmt Eagle and Okeechobee on the iT" '
Jaycee field his old buddies and
,their wives'staged a reunion at \ !,,}
I Beach Casino in honor of these Your. County CommissionAnd ,, "
visitors; During Thirkleld schooldays
To I his I parents took the same :,
i winter home along the river at
I St Lucie. ;/11
Mr and Mrs W. C. Wilson the County Boards o Every County in Florida Have Been Working to Secure I t
The Petole Of&uart who have resided along the .
.Drive In Ankona are expected This Aid "
here this week-end. They have / ,
I purchased property along V S. "i
11 where they will build a home.
I Their summer has been spent In

And Mn/founty Ypsilantl Visited their Mich children! where they TO &UILD kOADS 1

i Mrs. H S With\ am ha returned '
to her home'in Stuart aftera "
number of days Visit with her '.. '
Remodeled daughter and son-in-law, Mr. '1

C,omSete I and. Mrs. Lane' Jennings" Ever since the Hom *teed Taxes were taken away rom the Counties and Cities. t,., H
/ s ---" %
,COVERED The Walden-Eden DISH SUPPER Club will Remembers the R&9 Track money goes one-half toUhe. schools of Martin County. ; r

di ned stage another covered-dish supper School buses use county roads. t
Airn In Community Center Wal- ; It: :
I ton, ,tomorrow will be a night.I.The social one. evening All Total Mileage offloads in County,.......___...............'.. ..._..;...A........................:.............. 318 Miles /:!

members Invited.: and;, their friends are Paved Potions /............................m.. .........._.... ?.,,.."..............",..;".._...\.".........:..........:............ 186 Miles 'I .

De ment tore .'Tuesday evening at t the Unpaved Portiols ..................u..uu................ ...,..'......:.............:.._.....:.....\..:.. ..:........................, 132 Miles'
newly-organized physical culture

II class met in Community Total Wooden Bridges and Culvert* .........,........-...._.:..:...........,A4............................ 300 '
Center, waltort:80me' members .

with n/v.fixtures in every moder, / way'. were Introduced.added. Fee and!Is new only exercises 25c. Roadside, Dra' age Ditches u............................................. ........................\.m....................... 350 Miles YYYt E

Mrs II:. R Ensey of Walton f1i} It
CAM \ A NEW Mrs. Barbara Person, Eden and I
, WITH/ HE REMODELING Mrs. B. D. Fulton of Stuart spent .We have: a:: bi'job to.do. We badly need the allocation of tRe 7th cent of the gas
PLAN 0/MERCHANDISING BY DEPAr MENTS last weekendin Bradenton

i WHICHJWE BELIEVE WILL BE WELL- CEIV-. Mrs where W.they'H.'visited Tucker: their and lister Miss tax to be) spejn on roads in the County, 80% by the State Roa \Department and "t

i. ED BY )UR CUSTOMERS. come Jessie to Miller Eden, around Miss Miller Nov. t will for 20% by the/ ounty:..-.:-but all to tbe spent on roads, bridges, ri ta-of.way, etc.

E H I DEPARTMENT IS A COMPACT E..SAV and extended visit.

.4G' UNIT WITHIN ITSELF I WHERE OUR winter Coming home this in E week len from to their Chi m I.

CO LETE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN\ cago will' be Mr and Mrs. E. :'FOR-AMENDMENT N\"f" : '

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The State Welfare.Office for' ELECTION DAY NOV. 2 1948 1''
IN THIS MODERN STORE Martin County Till move tp Its \ ;, dMartin
Bids. on Old Dixie Hwy next' .
.FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN week and be open there for the '
next,Wednesday from Board
first time
, WE; EXTEND TO YOU AN INVITATION TO e a.m. until noon and 1-J pm., County
Mrs. Anita Morrison will be In
VISIT OUR STORE WHEN IN FORT PIERCE., charge; of the Stuart office which i it
old aida
handles age afalatanee
the blind ,and aid to dependent :

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U /' SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART :I ,Newt Home MRS ttsau Tdepbene, JCl9EPH ell/a foe/ tbb}5osx McCOY toesl sa pe tesck,Office 1,;

MRS. ROTH ENTERTAINS Griner-Mauldin CiIlU SCOUtS MEET ,ol. Alvln ,C: Vorta, V3A retired Mr. franklin Jones, Stuart '
RICH SCHOOL CROUP I Girl Scout'Troop 1 met at the ot the Franc Apia, entered Woman1* Club president, and i EIIEYE pq
GENERAL OFFICE WORK the Veteran hospital( inCpfal J Mrs Evans Crary, federation
Mrs. Carl Roth, sponsor of the Woman's Club Tuesday after Cables Saturday morningfor JOl
Held ,represented' the Stuart
PAGE \ high school! Spanish club, "Los Wedding hood The meeting opened with observation. He wu accompanied secretary
Typing Bookkeeping I club at the ku-day meeting of
,, ; Picaros," entertained members a IS-mlnute: game period led bv by Andy' Andersoa who '
CUD r \ Public Stenographer I of the club at her home in Tropical Announcements of the marriage Mrs. Walter If.Davey Mn. ), f.:' returned home the same day, the 8t: Ind-O-Mar. fopr county
, A 1' ,:'\1 \ Payroll Taxes I Farms pet 11. or Mary Mlddletorf Mauldin Bozone led the girls I lo 'saying Colonel Vorts1 address .is Room !federation( beach of the Tuesday Woman's Club, INJUIOOKNKCOATCOVLKSANYSimrACC/
.' t !in Vero
J 'V.. Those present were Betty, to Benjamin*, Charlton Qrlner their laws and singing SeOutIOnll. S09W.--,._,._.__- -- -- ,
i fJ fid" f- L.V. have beei received here The
r Huff, Uuane Madeira, Jerry Ann (
1 ceremony was performed Sept.
pan'r ; {, ,r'' t ''I'r Smith,John Oadd,Joseph Smith, 21 at Columbia 8. C. There will tie a cake and I
Palm dr"" '" ,, I" ppQ I NEW ASTHUR DEHON 55.00.pl Herbert Kraft Janie Elklni, The bride daughter of Mr. cookie sale Saturday.The menu
Wlttu,4 f, ; P. 0. In NI *- Pb. 3M 11_5. ria. Janice Arbogast, Ellen Howell\, and Mrs. Wilder H. Mauldin of for Nov 1 wu discussed. Clothes
} j-\,:, .' George Hogue, George Hitch, tor the Greek family that the
fadU1'i Hampton, & C, I II the granddaughter ONE
j i : : Ola Ricardo, De should be In COATL't ;
t ;1;!' Kay Wageneira, of Mr. and Mr*. Theo- Girl Scouts assist
''I' Ann Leach, Emily: Morrison, on or before next Tuesday, It
..1 ; dore Dehon of Stuart. While a
r ,J' 1- fr'ti Wayne Wells I George Knitter student In Hampton High School, wu laid. Mrs. Davey, worked
I and James I the on the dancer
Mlchaelson. with
boater : girls
I i \Ii,1 she wu elected "Mis\ HI Miss"of
\ .
\,1 : badge Mrs Herman Reltz. In
fr, MARTIN COlNTY"Stuart's her class and entered the Iijae
\ 1
) the of Mrs 0.1. Eden-
I '
I Itit\ s \ / Theatre University! of South Carolina last field helped other girls on tin.
; Miss Flora Stanley was hostess month a* a freshman. She wu dramatics badge.
'\ ,'g; Greater !!!( % steer home lie South California Hampton County's representative Girls present were Zola Mae
t ,
"ti aILIll II1 ( AHarra!( Ave., with three tablet of to the 1841 Azalea festival Blakeslee. Mary Campbell, Pa d
3. If ''f'', 't" of, Hita! I bridge Saturday evening. High In Charleston and last summer tricia -Dickey, Nancy luklns,
," V Season! scores ere won by Mr. and Mrs wu crowned Miss Hampton fancy( Morrison, Doris Hancock,
I fi, 'r i ,,f Phono 14 Curt Schroeder Others playing hostess queen for the Hampton I Carol Crandall, -Sandra Davey' ,' .- ale eel set. t
1" were Mr. and Mr. Charles: H. County Watermelon Festival Jean Wells, Carol Chason, Mary
I 1I II Kindred, Mrs E. J. Smith, Mr. Ortner, son- of Mn. Benjamin Rowell Emma Donaldson Ann
.' I I I ) .as\:, FREE! To first I IvO women attending Thursday and Mrs James Brock, Mr and Frampton Ortner. gI Mrs, John Dumlch, Mr. Fannie, and the late Mr. Ortner, Is a '
'! ) ,J and Friday ATJ<$dy Fuller rush will be given Jackson and Mr and Mrs. graduate of Estlll High School CIRCLE ORGANIZED- '

absolutely FREE) Joseph A.. McCoy, I and was a rising senior at the The /sewing circle organized
Citadel. Charleston. He Is now by Mrs. Nellie Peuoni already
SOCIETr..WILL )MEET employed In Columbia with a cll. AIM
hu five members. A welcome Is
TODAY TOlvtmROvV SATURDAY dairy..The extended to all tourist ladles who
r The Woman' Missionary Society couple an at t home at would like u> join, The first

", .j 3 Big ... Da s! at will the meet Baptist Tuesday Church.at Mn.3p.m. 107 Southwln Drive, Columbia. ,meeting Shop will be with held future a* Santo'sAntigue meetncs New Wa able Flat Pan''
The ern
\11 Lo..h \.11 II A. S Gn.r.a Ralph W. Acres the new Baptist INSTALLATION MANNED ,
a ,
0t. Do I Mrs. Ed Burgess of Stuart Willbe : at the homes ot members.A
h ....h..11 AU H/6rlh tad minister's wife will be the! date and 1 1I
A eaoroliM. n. a. W .Hwl speaker. Mn. C L, Boggess Is Installed U president of ,the! regular meeting
name for the circle! will 05 chosen
Woman's MissionaryUnion !
l( in charge of the program ... Baptist ) Walls or WoodruorllIli
; 1 b ---- of the Indian River As.soclatlon ,later. or
P /1 Wednesday. There will M;': :
and Swingle-
," be an all-day meeting, beginning Mr. Harry
I at 10 am In Cocoa. Anyonewishing hurat'of Rio attended four days II .Th.IL.e b.5. cap..r.u MI h b.mm..*M LWh.a MtMW.'
of the American Legion conveu-'
REAL I to attend should contact '
lon In Miami: this week CRUBAII.RIeNN
Mrs. Burger or Mrs Jr. C. ..... e.IN NL.. tY Me.

'ST E I Mr. and Mrs E F. Bulla who DRESSMA M TNG' .
a? _..aMa J E BLAIR moved last week from the MIXEDI I
: I.Daly I.
With A.dD. I Edgewater Apts. to Egret Place .f w It m, t rat.Mable a. w WaL4m
r .. M.G.Y. a -H.tl. 5.b. |,In St. Lucie !Estates left Tues. I ; Artr/bald; ;;
pVperties, of f>U kind day for Ashboro, N. C. where I & LP PR IN01S.
And It* !ft ,AmiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiNiiiiiiiiinir'" 1AVt .
-More- they will spend Christmas ..be Mt.l.r w .e rb. sm.w. atU.erM
t foiVssl le. 1 I I I -a-, .h s ab. S. w.aw
-j ; Superman d alrru.e "Dorrone I returning.- ... M M' i. LEAVES NO USN MARRSI
:, II Serial Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Men e. wh rs owe was. ,s in.. S. Mttl.
RA'' Cab" AltcArenUls f nd insurance. nlnger returned Tuesday afternoon Nit a Water 11g p i.t 5w. e a..b.s wma a ra..l w'Se
Chapter 5 1 f I from a there-day visit In M.'NS .e eseae '6, DRISS QUICRLYI
: 'irI {Cartoon) .
St. Petersburg wlttt their laugh"ter Wish MAW/it. P ... 5.5 5 e..a b a
I and .lm .N heh Mt Ib. m h
and son-ln-lsN. Mr.

I Edward! Mapp MaL J. C McCrocklltt._. e u. A'dG I r

N A NA i Supper guests of Mr..and Mn.
Sun ayMU&Ca1 Sun. I r:; A Wenninger at their home BEACH HARDW\RI\
N/ e orP. I In St. Lucie Estates Monday _
i' and I .AI .
and I were tlf and Mrs. Holmes /
.", D. r de Bldg, I Shepherd who were enroute AND

1',) : $ Mon. Mon. o '18onds their from home a vacation In:West In CaUfornla Palm Bead to j 0' MACHINE WORKS,: JENSEN BEACH, FLA. e
/ ...,f
-I--- --- ) -----
Mrs. Leonard Smith, clerk at ------r J. r
the Post Office, Is recovering in I
I" I -Alao -And- I' St. Mary' Hospital West Palm
t : "Pluto' Beach from an operation performed
:1 '' FMHttOt L Fated Q; Monday. Jl
I, it Pur h..e" w Fox e AMr.'and exalt ORIGIN/LI: .
Jalhf iaw6E Mn. Earl B. Dugan
'(Cartoon) 1 News If and Mr.Tuesday and Mrs from A. W.a fourdaytour Moll returned .1

of the State, Including the
American Legion convention,In .,

Tues. -t WItKE>A,' Tues.. I.Miami The: ,Rev.-C. e A.,..Carriel. and : l

ifj ttt.b.l. DavldMarshall represented the -
j and and.I Ii'j I II Stuart Presbyterian' Church ,at ct.A

I Wed 'q""f ,the meeting of the Synod of .
ed, i 'Florida. In Winter Haven last

i: .,: j,,week.tended Mrs.the Synodlcal.-Elizabeth. Kara at. ', 9' I LE ,tJ.'t

Mr. and Mn. Valentine Bartlett
11 11i Added ; are. returning to their Robe
Sound home from Lake Bluff, ;
i j Novelty PII 111. Monday. 2 FOR THEpRicErE' PLUS ic
: I I
r '
Sport Fox
I D. t. Williams leaving Sunday -
II I Short to attend the Rexall convention THREE. DA 5 LEFT
I in Augusta, Oa. for four .
.i WINM r..Na r.An.aralaNEX / .
: days

., I John''' Saddler- .of-Fort'Pleree ; ,OCTOBEl t, 22nd, 23rd j

wu a week-end guest In the 3. : '

.;; WEE 1 M t EA a dI .I Comedy And & E. Water A.Akron Matthews Ave. _home ell. formerly on South .,tHE STURT DR UG 'CO 'p t

Tense red R. Troxel. of
JEWELERS has Been television STUART, fl.
Excit gl SxMORG Cartoon Stuart appointed PHONE 11'' k
director of Southern :
Iceols Ave, Stuart, Fl Television Productions of Loulrvule ;

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;AL ESTATE This wu the situation. Ouy Fawkei had not jet bought the
gunpowder to use In his unique method of dissolving Parliament.
An English sea captain landed near what Is now Falmouth MM.
Hoiriesitea and Waterf ronUg*j thus clearly winning the tItle ot first whit man In New England
[ Reasonable I INewtAddretit (except In Scandinavian circles). William Shakespeare,wa doing

4th Street, Opposite ahoolITTO well as ,a London, playproducer.. This was 1602. in that year,I
Queen Elizabeth was Indirectly rebuked ,by the British' Court of IVE AWAY
I Record, and thereby hangs this tale. It has to do with the'/first G
tax on Navin g d ar ds.
K UBII Card playing wu considered
I pretty sinful And It was pretty
popular too Queen Elizabeth, which gives! the playing card an
therefore reasoned that card ad valorem. tax of about' 37 percent "'a E.y
playing could be made
a for her Government. She and The'drop of almost $2,000,000
= nounced: In revenue from 1949 to 19.7-a
decline of more than 18,000,000
J. She'
was worried about the
amount of time deck apparently indicates a
wasted by Eng.

i lice North of Stuart on U.I. JDELICIJUS J In land's card apprentices playing, and artisans' In swing the toward post-war less period.card:..playing_ .y

0 2, She would discourage this 5ool'-0-0) COOK BOOKS

[ FROZEN CI&TARDS manufacture.by granting a monopoly Importation on and the sue: -1 / 4.

Hot Dogf. q-- Hamburger Stndwiches ,sale of playing cards.. i A GRAPETTE \
n This was (In 20th Century ter. .
Cold Dfnki Coffee Miij Shakes c minology* good public relations : -
I For example a couple of cen
ENt 11 A. M.toItP I tunes, before, St. Bemardln SOLUTELy FREEFor
tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliifriniiiiiiiiMtiiiiimiHiiiiiimiiijiiiiii iriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirilur stirred up the city of Sienna so ,
much that, one night the Slen- i t tr
nese gathered In the public i .
square and threw thousands ,of
packs of playing cards Into a
Machinef Shop bonflr (And ever since, there .
have been unkind suggestions THIRSTY Or Or i iM 'f
that this bonfire was considereda

; Fully Equipped to handlf( any type of good card Idea manufacturers.by the Sienna playIng ,

letal( Worl 'Bring your Faftn Machinery There were man)'"'similar In- { '" I
cldenta. Any antl-playlng I TimeI'
card : A Limited
Repairs to Vs. We have skilled opera action was likely to please the M
or in chargf. If'it's madl of metal and large Elizabeth's anti-card establishment faction Queen of a I Mesas'it1tiS '\

eds Machine Work SeeUs.iTUARTMARLNESERVICEInc. playing card monopoly was not' 04 \
'IthoutIta "other" aspect._ The'I OFFERING k kc
man who received the right to
the monopoly paid her 100 marks
for It. This.... a kind ot t
facturer's franchise tax mallu-1
no doubt, was passed on \ '

1 Phone S3 con But.lImer.before the monopoly I TAX ABSTRACTS AND TITLI 1 J

holder- his name was Edward NVETIGATIONSpscaows FREE Cook Books
I :
Darcy could cash In, along SCDfD1lY t,
--- TLa
came a haberdasher, one Thomas I INSURANCI
Alleln, and he brought suit: S FLORIDA l7IGST /f. 1
In the Court of Records on the '

WE HAVE SEVERAL NEWMCITJIUCKS illegal.grounds that The the court monopoly agreed that...., I ISTRACT CCfclM \ (Youff! Choice) ;t

I Alleln I -or anybody elae-had asmuch PrnMnit KENNEDY. .
right' to manufacture Import ART. FLORID, A /
or seU playing cards as With Each 5 Months Subscription To The Stuart News : \
Darcy. And out the window went ,
j the first tax on playing cards. \ For Only $1. .,
Today It Is
pretty' difficult to
buy, anywhere in the world, a INK!
On Hand deck of playing; cards which,
doesnt bear a tax stamp which .
Piclu/s to 2 Ton puts! (money Into the treasury of
some Government. In the United i.
H nt "' States, Jot .example, every 4'rCRTE '
tan 1 Seen At Our ': deck of cards: bears a lS-cen tax DIME t,'I
stamp. Last year U. S. devotees 1'' ;,
ot bridge, 'poker, pinochle and v' i T
USEJ CAR LOTs the other games bought almost t.
60,000,000 decks of cards. This l's
yielded the Federal Government REI FOR NCE "

4th Street 7782000. Queen Elizabeth did

'. not was know starting.It what. a big thing she 0 1 1C

all began In the United CR EB
WILEY/MOTOR/ COOS States back In 1394. The burning C S
Issues of the day were the admission -
to the Union of New Mexico
AR FLORIDA and Oklahoma. Somehow-noRoubt STEEL ALUMINUM
with a boost from the.ntl..ln WU WS
bloc-a 2-penny-a-paok
tax on playing cards went thru
the Congress, and then went to MASONRtiVHITE"-
the White House where It got PORtLAND
Grover Cleveland's signature.Less .
than S.000,000 decks of cardsa CEM T Attt1 Nfxt At go go rti a
SEE THt GREAT year were being sold In those Phone'-749' I fort Pierce .
days. The tax yielded less than / / ,
$500,000 s> year for the first 10 ssl ;
', e ov trs
years. ,
LINE But, year by year, Congress 1
NEHI Inched up the. tax's rate. It became
10 cents pack In 1924, and I
stayed at that rate until 1843 e, ;':, '
when It hit Its present rate 13 cents. Ever since 1918, the
playing! card has been worth
more than $1,000,000 a year to
the Federal Government 1
There are- loll of complaints,
at of course. Playing card manu-
facturers ask: "How come our
product is taxed,tend the parched
game or chess game bat?"
And they point out that the retail -
BESSlHARDWAfcE' CO. price of most of the millions 1d
of decks sold la about as cents '
This Is A Super-Bargain find Applies To Either. New,
"FRO TIOW AFTER DEATH" 0.11hreot Check Booklets You Want
tit I .-a.r wh rill Or Old S bscribera!
:, ,
M Md 1 horoh..t a list.throushout fir
Gold a T.at w.rld ke os'und.y, w, 11 a..26.TM heIn ANT TUB The Regular Price of the Stuart N MTS is $3 per year. Send us $1 for

cheat pro,r h. war a An t Mhold eM s1 things Wethine S Months Trial l Subscription and Th ee, Cook Books of your choice. If n
ere .sons nn. ill Cerlnth, ;,117 a.A16 600 Snacks .you are an old subscriber: extend yoyr subscription 5 mpnths for $1- '
tit U chi sonp'iwu. Q 1
L-eu-seven. tit f wing I- and get the Three Free Cook Books.
TACKLE thh a1hN1 Nor 1 brothtvn, ,
FISHING th.t f/sh/ and b/o/ rye inherit the P 500 Dishes, Tfom Leftovers. A
,, hlnrdsn Iee.rruonltenn of G.d: r-- rot tit wmptionJnh.rlt thin e.r. Clip the Coupon Below and Be Sure tA Check the Three Booklets You + 1,

for r'.le nsl not not out out.n '.oomouee nonwitf', nna'hh (1 t p 250 CakeD apes :", ; 154. tyiit \:. Al
0sinlhisns l 1 (II t t;
1.. u.wn.de .1 Inelvde CAr1.U.4sdns :the NET 500 .Pelic us Salads : '. "
Every Fisherman 0.11ow/of/ N.NS. run ,
MN Math:M utsWro tleMS. M tN 16 Y.IMth .. LINDS '. 'I' \ /,( '. Good for Your Free Cook Booklets t

and Duke, Iddrt'R a .hue i..th D 250. Fls Recipes

broth, h.Ni1 towuld M r wt {ttw.n.nt Tra.o'nufacturing o. (If used within 16 dV;)

Every' .Kind of Fis ('ngmplet ,,ern.nea o/ t thhe 11.so on 11 net be wad M suns.M Ya .. 0 Yro ; BOX 155$ f' 'tout i PERCEST ( (tJ250 Pojfetd Recipes To THE STUART NEWS I
a.r sous /
.. 500 T Sandwiches
:till rat n NviM e.wnw Christ .w P sty Stuart Fls.O.IC .
Bin 1
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P' 250 Refrigerator. / Desserts J' I accept' your Bargain Offer of THE TUART NEWS for I
: ne',of .. pouf Rooms, Apart- and Re : Month;; PLUS THE FREE COOK BOOKLETS cheeked which yew '
i Kelvinator Appliances with us. "P 250 bookie Recipes. : are giving free for promptness In subyrlblng. En OIled ls SI for THIS
NEWS. Start THE NEWS at once and vend me the nEE COOK BOOK.
Pumping Systems FULFO (P Breakfast and Brunch Book LETS by return mall, '*' '. '

H Behold and Hardware ItemsHARDWARE at ,
RENTING P Sunday\ Night. pe ?; j My Name.-, _._____,___------.. ,1;,"
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or=====:l.ClO -o.------:: =:: oolooege j|raised In various money making\ Conradi serious Uloett recently forts too numerous to mention. Ladies should p
affair and by donation Th bas a rather! ad ronclarton: On.J Oct. 23 there will be a social a
Marti County Well Dolling 'I \ Salerno, Civic Association! ''I +:building when completed( was to out cfforta. M h, was par evening supper at sterling the Civic with Center a potluck loween Oct parts 3o there vN Wlg t tat

\ NEW LOW PRICE OGe4C By GLADYS H, PERRY 3OC==JOCa! to be put to the use, not nlt'' ticul\ rly lealous and untiring In in commemoration of our' 1st the Chic Cedtao
,{: 'j Hof the Civic Association but .S his wor. for the! a'soclatlcn anniversary for members only, Come In ,.
iI" i\:\ ''I 4 ti Y I l'IV.. 2 inch wells drill (Continued front Page 1)) !I excellent Job and when the !Ia YOuth Center for our youniters However, we Mid deepest! gratitude eoatume
J M,: YIf t \ 'by-laws were finally accepted that h< has sufficient. I
Point or Ope End. All Wo Guaranteed united to face the problem and I It WM to be placed! at the
'' had for ourselves the Salerno ly recovered to conduct the
If I" ; ,l Wells Villed cleaned and r riven worked in harmony M solv'them e' we disposal of our County Agent BEERBEER
I meetings more
once and ALE
a., Civic Association: "organized for $4.50 Per Cale
r + Purfas Sold end Rep eds and Home Demonstration Agent, The Salerno Civic Association
| The first meeting was held al';: the purpose of advancing thecommercial. has had Most of
the 4-H Groups, the Scout and a busy year
TAGS C MAYES FOR ELLS Charles conradl home Oc, 22, Industrial, civic and the labor on mentioned projects
the American Legion It WMbe to
;1947 H. B. Kraft offered his advice general' interest of the commune has been donated. We were fortunate
,: : 310 E. 4th St. Phone 107* Stuart, Fla. that and
and donated. a book on th 1 built hurricane-proof so
Fla the
CUD ,, ity of Salerno, And too, to have Conrad! presi-
. I A;J; 'formation of a Civic Club. Immediate activities of the Salerno ''Civic In any disaster It could otter dent. It hunt been easy /

: \ it problems were those Association! shall be non-part.san, protection\ to Salerno people. The officer hare been extremely
.Ad'(';1 rPalm' I created by the ,hurricane th! non-sectional and non-. >ctarlvt. The building was sufficient faithful their caplel-
r"" ,, previous month Cleaning the and shall take part In
no or of Saturday
.pan I' 4of ties. As chairman the -
,.j'' I : ::L-: debris whin still littered the completed for the association to
..\ f YOU ARE I lend Its influence to any political work committee Saunder-
J I f streets and draining; water from election or appointment ol begin holding Its meeting In- hasn't missed once
/ son
Witn, '
t '?''r ."{ .Y p BUILDINGEMODELING i the !lowlands Temporary officers :candidates or persons ,seeking side( since May The details of The association Is wholeheartedly COFFEE e'naoiyMlutt"ssis fr" A1 S .p Wilt
faclWf 'I' were elected, President Conrad final equipment and some Interior -
'i", t State, county or national offices grateful to the many
'albI1 }' \" Vice-President Jack Saun- ;In such Governments" work are still unfinished Stuart friends, as ...en.. the oss.o
: derson. Secretary Lola Saunder- The temporary officers were But It did serve as a hurricane local people, who have donated
,( I' ;, b i 'OR I son and Treasurer W D Blan- :made permanent and six\ others fhelter in our recent storm. so generously In many ways to
We ell
I 1 /, ton. Committees on by-laws, were added:;Mrs. Gladys H. Perry There U some kitchen equip out work for Salerno people We Nationally
f. '; /membership, hospitality and corresponding secretary, and ment, a piano oozy reed furniture are grateful to the County come vertisedur
I J'i fu'' REPAIRING work were named. I IChet Homan, J. P Scotten, Mrs. and some new chain.Last mission for Its assistance, and
) I The next weed association} (I Harvey Shelton, Roy Decker and winter we had a glee club. the; various other cooperative tl r
';, I ,met at the school house. Everyone Milton Carlton, board of directors. At Eastertlme an Easter ell
'>, ,j' 9 a'a 'YOU*, HOME pledged to work cleaning up I Substitute. also were named hunt was held In j the< park for -
3 I .1 the town Saturday afternoons for director absent for pro the children. W M
\ 'The Saturday afternoon work longed periods of time There was A band concert RIO NURSERY
I'' J! SEE or CALL 'parties' are still in, force. Everyone I Senator Evans Crary Installed given by the Martin County 0'
1 f 1] A was busy The winter teat.dents I these officers at the first meet- High School band in Baler no. For a quick pick-f p give

I worked a! wholeheartedlyas Ing in January 1948, and Wednesday Our largest supper was givenat plant 111.F,
-, I I.;, ): I" r E Coast Lumber & Sup Co. I did the year-round residents night was established\ at a. political rally held at the \your I
:; The -1 commutes t consisting the permanent meeting time. school prior to the May electloni Nutritional Say.ChVap -
of Mrs Harvey $he1eon., effective} t 4 tt ,
I ;.' A. M. SIIRIGLEY, Mgr At Christmas time a Community easily ,
Harvey Homlar Mr. Allen Mrs Through the Influence of the
f I Tree was lighted for a \ '
22 P. O. Box 30$ Stuart FU. applied I i b
one ,
I' Petersen Mr. oman, Mr Blan- week ,and Christmas Eve children association the gates and signal
j, Eton and Mr. Saunderson;did an were given candy and fruit light have been installed at Bet een Stualk and

I by Santa Claus. Caroling, followed the south crossingArrangements Belch
J nsen
have been made<
I Road signs were 'erected at tor a new fire truck Homan has :"
the entrance and departure Of been elected fire chief and will
oj! ; I'town. on both highways stating soon name his staff of firemen.
; B uilding'M aterial" Welcome to Salerno and Come The next project after complete QUICK lEU FROM
.t ,'Again, with the notice of the tug the Civic Center will be to Symptom I. Arhlnf(rent
civic association! meetings build a firehouse. STOMACH LCERSS
Letters began to come In asking A number of members attend- t
t,. : n "\ about renting or buying rd the short course on.rccreatlon ; WTO EX ACID 4I jtJ
I'properties: here, and the civic given at Fort Pierce. F'.a.dlTNeeTruaaeettlut
!I association began to fin in many .Every Monday evening la let Mat Met*era M TH NetM** 1 (
of the! duties of a Chamber of aside for Youth Night, whel'the\ OnrtlmaaUtUimTaunam ...ettMwwr ll
I PLANS knjraiptoauofdlitraaiii .la ter relief f
Commerce. young people get together for Ire fres aM..C
I The association has worked in enjoyment under proper chaper- ae4*< dme.e.| .ae.s.n.N.wao.ti .

1 If cooperation throughout the year onage. Nsidb,. tr..e ea.a.,
COME TRUEAS with Red Cross and the Marchof The parks and street han dw1.(..saea. nlad.'trul
been kept clean Art larmiHmftuplalnethb is" .bk.afulr
Dimes We visited the new treaUnBRUNER'S a
Red Cross headquatreri In a Senator Crary is taking ear f HARMACY' tJs
ot having the Civic Mwciatiorltucorporated.
body We have offered wholehearted
S cooperation to the : EINSTEA Corn etc Custom
H' T Martin County\ Agricultural The Civic Association has tak- NO NEDED
1 ; Agent and the Home. Demonstration en care of their finance. on the to figure thljiinti Tke trained Flo ServicyNo
: Agent. "pay aa you go" plan as far IS man gets ahealt I Tea *n get the

Every meeting was highlight\ possible, eo that no gravy out raining yea A ant In loiens of Ex a Aeph I Tile
ed by some prominent speaker. landing bills havl' accumulated nter* ting fid eieltkf Jobs
1 y LUMB Coee Membership Increased and teal With the la Jest ,biuinrh In the Mile4e surge i Rubht TSe

0 lemalned unabated Everyone _felt that President. world-the fiew Army \nd Air For ork Linoi mIn
In January or early February, d 'eree.' Ben /of all, while, yea'r
HONE 66t It was decided to pect a Civic\ CONTROLACCORD earning- are alM Antingo S art Cork e
Center. The money was to be FLOOD 're malnf good monA, and
t -- -------- -- ---- . getting minjr other exee&lonal '
-- - -
<. benefits f he technical klo |. Expert Mechanics
edge or a lf I you acquire wi ii add
i iI' i-;i. i HAILEDTallahassee hotuanrtf of dollars to you! fu Give You
tare ear nga That Impoioo nt ,
A Guaranteed JobIFFINECKER
Fin foot today for yon elf I \
: Cutting a wide abal af-afeer with the w'' '.
I swath 'across the State this Arm, olid Air Force canto n 4s ;
,, ,\ "iI' ,' month in his official capacityas you/ Facts and figure 4'e I
'I : adviser on water Cfntrol.CI\ ,'era ft year V> 8. Army aid Inc.!

civic groups and political unl's! U, 8. Air Force Recruiting Stlon ,
': Col. A O Matthews, Chief Engineer ,(B FLOOR
of the State Division of Comeau Building : i
Water Survey ''and Research. 9 South' Dixie Fort Pierce,
hailed the favorable response) of West Palm Beach
I_ 4
_____ Ir the people and public officials
t to the big Central and South

Florida flood control\ project
In statement at ''a aeries of .. .
meetings and conferences from -

r : Y Tallahassee Matthew stressed to West Palm the Beach State... > *** y CCMhyt9wtld0ltd

rr' ryp5E wide unity that has greeted the

..1 j 7 project.
rya To begin with," he said, The
I close-knit and unified thinking GIVES
and support for the project expressed
i, f by Senator Pepper and 'CHEVROLET

6I -' ,: urspay r9D Holland< t iou s war k Governor-elect[ Warren at Kis-
slmmee early in the month dem
I s 5 onstratea anew the State and

II 'It. ,' sos ; iYpay Weeken salolyda national significance of the MORE VALUE

j I IJ project
ys I "That unity was further dem-

r I I Ir I' \ .j I, &uIL onstrated by ,the speeches of '
J" "Ii7C36t Dwight Rogers and Bob Bikes, ''
J J. Sid and ;
congressmen! ; Herlong \
f' { ; 7; i// Charles ,Bennett, Congressmen-
elect, Nedman Brackin, president .
1 t &NDal4RS ,of the State' Senate and 'It's first in'cfythese basic
j Perry Murray next Speaker of
the State House of Representstives -
l; )("'','11.1- motoring advantages ., a blPalaa 1eI.
I "Irlo Bronson, Preston Bird. Ia Riding Coaled .ith fae rJYr1
B. Elliott: W. ,J. -Funle' Steed ,
M hat! Chrmlet >e> Tom' k
the Flood Control Committeeand arW'

r 1t \ that all added groups in and this individuals climactic keaa.nttAg.ra.dnewrerei4 bfcaint dd M hu aaasgkidtafadl theensiiial UmllaidKnr FIRST I tooaI'au .Nbapi ,d etM

j meeting of official minds from Aetm Ride, .prevtd and..
I / Block .,,ed, d.n N t tk
Billio ollarRo
37 all over Florida have done the 't C:** fltlb7!' v""tolM Dlo-UAlt 6uk tTa,
t i lcT'iJmi5 QU4 atlita''
} ? $208: .000000 flood control project .Anilablt only. ....!. .!... i' b ectule
and the State a distinct, service"he blfKer-prMurW" '" ad $'J

"The continued startling figures disclosing at LOWEST PBfcOVMtU
e RAIUIOAIM MUST) OPKRATI around the c:1: they nuet. have still further rate and faro 'ads. Run for Everybody the tremendous tax revenues

I ,w wry day and night of th* year, incfeaaeo, Employee Alone contributed to the State! treasuryby a r ar

Although they. know tide, Iraden of If, railroad Demand Unreasonable Th tailroa uatty moat nerve not one but the IS-county project area
i I $ unions an demanding a dve Monday many group ,aiiip. presented there by Harold Colee, ., just as first in s '
ip ; tam ; 11I'b ity
through Friday, week for Tbeno otnployee here had substantial raises pin. paaaen gimenl: puhlw!. executive vice-president of the

t1' '1 rmlr' M<| employe*,. during and!since the war.Their.Torage w.kIIlbl and day, e day oflbeytuThr1 State Chamber of Commerce //( r/iigtrations! M"
** nationwide
t/ '
/ lye.rninpsnhighwthantbeevengeweekly t union are p in ottet diaregard of stressed again the fact that .. n
j :They want 48 hour pay/or ItTnoura work eanunp of waken In manufacturing induetots Important diff ee between railroad those revenuea'mUl be protected to All-tew* Selety --- ttaan! amibe

1' -In iuolf a 20>'{ rage tneo. They have! more Job rarity thaa the and other iDdU8tr ol. uatrlal pl.nttan b* for the financial advantage \tinp o.' .- 1- s

> They also demand a min'um of 12 Mum overage worker In American kid u.try, They shut down over weaken and bolidayi, but of every.county In the sddy.paletne .. Flint k.iotital et

I9 I,, pay fur unv work perfo oa Saturdays eleo enjoy paid vacation*, a retirement orfrel.bt., mail, aguesr a ngen matt State" Matthews concludedlow W: at-Cuwuueaaiey U wMm... ihi Flikhel A a
t and 16 hourS pay for an ork performed on Urn and other advantage more gemma* continue to mo".. un-y. rude. intcn" twit' t'-tiaooI* Kwe-ArtM Ride ...* cnegnk.t NMb yt
pt RiHidiyH Sad holiday than the average Worker, receive rood tmploymtmt hiuxM this.Oa "" =- ;.. 1 ma YM55
"'" wwMra.ha.tr II a.a and eo ded
III11j top of all tiailfej want an additional b eonfrao! wit, Ik* demand. of .Ikoot U Strike Threat T. Relieve nd.eMwWn) OnlyROYALPALM Ia i .--. /..,d' BdybrF ? d/
: cause of:We aa I Ifn tot every employe auto*,*, wkkk add ..U .Ike. *...Ie.lat of 48* aa On Stptembe 18, 1M8, the lea of i tlwe- kMw.IrHaad.... v'ezl4U& l.y dr
I ,* hear. be C.._ lad TrainaiM' ntendy 16 muona began taking a atnaathml sat wYo pgrcde
f Pay the Bill I Milled .tkek wig ngaeet. ..fur aa lacrea of lie ", & the unit not o/fcr Utf,., 'u..ofa me sCram !
Ioettr, (A*raifraooj (o lid itnrmtonottt I
Summing upJrTeao demand, they mean that lieve uptIybeca.It CHEVROLET Qy ISFR
f j4'i then union piden seek to """"the railrcedaio.lv.t. saes right seal el she traubim :
bane repel lads
kip pia
i, ,1 nidioe.nployv..n rnnual nut .. phlegm ad a as oche sad
tamte flSOO per tmployet -_ _.- -. 't enw, Jur in ed Iratbid

coat of this would .b* no leas than" \ muses T uediuto C.
0 I sell bole al
Vf billion\ dollar per year, which fa more with t adentaedleg ya w ike
than twice tM expected net income 1 of the y k wakUy ed.ys thor
I railroad tbi 7_. u In N kN eat .roe/

o tit* I You'd pay the bill, because I if these ins W are publlahing this and other advertnomonta to talk with you !E aw 5Lltie KRUEGER BLDG. STUART PHONE 91
I ., creased cost are forced op the ra11r da. at Sat band about mattom which an I Important to everybody' F

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OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY Quests were Mr. and Mrs Col Morris F. Day, who ha Palm\ City News :day lot DeLand to *l lt his W.: H. Whllldey has returned daughter from Miami were 'Vis* end. Cobb.U the youngest broth\
TODAY Lane Jennings of Walton. Mr been away for< the. summer, returned : 'brother He returned home Monday from a two-months vacation in Hori at the home of Mr. andto& er of the last Oscar Cobb At Jt'll ll I
Kate Wltham, celebrat- and Mrs.Mark Witham and MM, last week to his home evening Connecticut. Fred Holley on the week Palm City. !;
list birthday was guest Homer and Douglas, of Jupiter In Port Sewell. DElisTRATIONCOUNCIL Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bursonl ---
i Mr and Mrs. John Leighton
r at a birthday dinner Mrs. Franklin a Jones Mri -e- I spent Saturday Palm Beach
Mrs. Edna Coolant, her Tuck attended the Stuart Veterans- friends He went to Belle
of ort Mr and Mrs. R. O. Rosa ol visiting
t, was hostess at her 8ewell'and EiwinnClyde South Bend Ind, were business Fort Lauderdale football game Olade Sunday with the group SEA HORSE
21 South California Are, and Charles Coutant visitors here Jut week. MEETSIN Saturday evening in Fort Lauderdale Of Stuart men to play In a golf E
They were accompaniedby tournament, there
LeRoy Glass, FhyllU Baker, Mrs. Mable Lane'; of Stuart and
INDIANTOWNBy J. W, Tucker and Barbara Mrs Martha Whittle of Salerno
Vest Palm Beach Moore. were dinner guests Sunday of ACKLE CO. .
Directory Mr. and Mrs Gordon Stanleyand their children. Mr. and Mrs S. .
have moved from
family E. Lane, and daughter Mary.
an In West Palm Beach Th as Firm. Appreciate Your PatJLf.AQCOCK'S Hialeah to' their former home Mrs. Arnold Bauer of Stuart r
Mr and Mrs Charles Leighton
here* on tria Arthur Stanley was a visitor Thursday at the
are rejoicing over the arrival farm, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Haiw Swinglehurst o
of baby Rose Marie at their
...M as to see Moan HAWTHCfRNEROOFINCTCO. Mr. and Mrs Dave Baker and Lower {
home. The child was born Satur-
512 tia St. day at Jacksonville, weight lbs. three children have moved from George N. Hedrick has .returned Fisherme Our Specialty b Service You I
Crescent to return Pa.lmCity
and named for her grandmother, City to to his home here much
FurnitsVeand Koormo- HT MITAVHEATINO Mrs. Rose A. Leighton, and her Farms. The former Baker Improved m health. He recently
FiViihlng --v t1.AT114 niece, Rose Marie Ludlum. home la now, owned and occu- suffered a severe case of arthritis We rod
yo\ salt
lease *
OPTICIANS OPTOllnall'l'l pied by Mr and Mrs Waller and spend several weeks Let ua advise on can rjpair your
OLHATTI ... OUT' wATtarfoormatike Stuart Mr. and and Mrs Mrs.Frank Rose Stegers Leightonwere of Jo nl. I In Stuart with friends water, inlet oeeaYor in- and' reel day for your

dinner guests Sunday at oMInnd Mrs. Frank Carver Mrs. G. F, Blauvelt who was fishing .J tomorrow, f
I land fishing
the Charles Leighton home Mrs ; Beach were house recently III has been steadily. Bring your tackle I
thli guests last at the home ofMr. Improving.
Leighton remained spend
eeC\ We sell only national ad- troubl
and Mrs. Emxs i
week at her son's home. Russell Day has reported landIng Z
Mrs 0. B. Cadwell attended A. Lamb of Okeechobee re- in San Francisco after more vertised brands of ta\le, Sojjt.lcutM] bamboo "
Ii&JII" a luncheon Oct. 13 as the guest turned home Oct. 13 after a:than two years In Korea hear ,
of Mrs E. J. Robinson in Vero week's visit at the home of his Seoul He Is now on his way A complete tackle aH > bri jjf poles| custom built $ r
Beach. Other guests from dif daughter, Mrs. Charles EYln4. :tj.it and may visit here while for this area. re, '
ferent chapters of the Eastern A Halloween party will be 'on leave.
Star In District 26 also attended: held Oct. 30 at the Van Ness' Mr. and Mrs. John Leighton
the luncheon: home, Palm City Farms. All and children spent Sunday In '.-,-
The County Council meeting friends and newcomers are in- Fort Pierce ana Indlantown .
x jf' of the Home DemonstrationClubs vited. visiting friends. From whe it Err Joe Marsh
at Martin County Is being Mrs. E. M. Higbee'',and Mrs, The Home Demonstration Club : ,
held today at Indiantowrt A J. C. Backus of Jensen Beach of Palm City held a bake sale :
delegation from the Palm City spent Oct. 13 In Fort Pierce.: Friday In Stuart which was reported y.s
Club Is attending. Mr. and Mrs. F. L, Higbee and successful. .
A fellowship dinner win be children; Vincent Lee and Shir- Mrs. B."C. Hodapp returned a ..., I'toGlade're
held at the Palm City Union ley, and Mr. and Mrs E. Mv Hlg- few days ago from Titusville I'f.
To Know Church tomorrow. evening at bee and daughter,Betty spent where she visited her children / \>ifferent!
6:30. Members and friends of; Sunday in Fort Pierce and en- who are located there. Her
the church and all newcomers Joyed a picnic dinner at the daughter, Mrs. George Ham
Where are welcomed. park. The men in the morning mond, arrived Sunday tor a few There's s lot of di /tests of From\here I sit, so long as w*
v.Your /
Goes? : *
Money opinion in our County the best never berVtt Intolerant of
Mrs. Paul DeVllbiss recently played at the Indian Hills golf days at her parents' home. one an
accepted the office of chairman course. _.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cobb and kind of pintura. Bee Jjr MM othw'i dilhrent tastes-.so long
You all the if of the monthly flower exhibitsof mixed with\ bromt *>M-others as we live tActher with our differ
get answers
youPaylByChck the Stuart Garden Club. She say mixed with o*<<>* bsrley. But ences, and efcn supplement then
named as her assistant Mrs La-, "JOE" nil agree that a nflurt't bettor the way> brom& ran does alfalfa,
Verne Van Ness than a single tnpf then we're a mWhty good eropt
Ms, and Mrs.I. N Roberts and '
MOs f Sometlmc th'people art the So neighbor- Joy roar elder
Arnold and mother
;" Mrs. Helen
nine way-ann he strength of while 1 +
enjoy mjeer! Vote forArserrca
L. J. Murphy, motored to
01u Mrs.
Homestead Sunday and were the PLU BINGBBI Is its a m Inn of so many tour candidate%(and by nine! o
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. different strain -some from ono But :ever let oorVffertn! s i%
CONTRACTING country, wnw f slm mother--right divide set)
the frierCITIZENS George Watson and Mrs. Sabra -
down to MUJ, differences-.
Crow, mother of Mrs. Murphyand Prompt, Efficient Sei All Work Guaranteed folks who havY I
Mrs Watson. From there eats for beer and
they motored to Miami where NIG those who prT elder.
they spent the afternoon had honDA 1 1Copyrah&
BNKOF STUARTMember supper and enjoyed the Legion Ju 246
events They returned home / 1910,Visited Stole Brewers foundation

: The Federal Reserve Syste+..' arid ederal Deposit Insurance Corporation I late L, that J. Murphy evening.left early Sun- l/ I ,

The Bank of/Personal Service" INSTALLATION DINNER

..evwvc 1 'I The Euzellan class of the Baptist

Sunday School: entertained
NOTE The CONVENIENT i*y to save is with a modern !vlllt an Installation dinner last

ADD-O-BANK. ONL/f I $2 with your personal key. ,Thursday evening at the church
.. ..
.. Some Safety Depot!IfSoxes. Available Now> annex.

\\ I Officer installed are Mrs. ON. USING ELECTRICITY

Carl Bridges, president; Mrs.
t T'' ----'.- ,Joe Mosley, membership vice- i,...
president: Mrs. Margaret Cornelius
secretary and Mrs. Vo- r1 / 40
lena Lewis Mrs. Dora Johnson
I/ and Mrs. John C. Golden, group
captains. very
PURCHASES After an invocation by Mn.). ,
Alec Delick!: Mn.Joe Morley give: si ..In .
an address of welcome.: Mrs A. tocoaktng t tSIOaE
C. Bridges read the crass log ? utensil's will obi
and Miss Sara Rol'lns rendered l on he
special piano music. Mrs. A. O. water> P full seald&wn CSe small\

QUALITY REFRESHMENT gave Plttman the, devotional installation, officer, {Dods come to even pletely done, ossible'on

".tor is where P
Mrs..'Harris Lowery, Jr., enter- and Pans a
tained her bridge club Friday Pats
afternoon at her home in St. ,
Lucie Estates. High score wis

won by playing Mn John were U.Mrs MennlngerJthers George, :. ONE tUfkNER MEALS. New sectional

Parks, MM. William King. Mrs. l" pots anH pressure cookers are specially
Bernard Coker, Mrs Walter F,
Javey, Mrs Glen DeBerry and esi fd to cook full meals on a single

Mrs. Joe Backus. r. When Using your oven for a roast,

O. 8. Kanarek, who spent last an usually plan a whole meal that will
week In Stuart has returned to
Newport. R. L Mr. and Mrs >otNn the oven at the same time.
Kanarek are expected to returnto
Stuart In November.
Earl Tillman motored Friday ECONO
D uI to Lakeland where he was the mostat set lowest ida therYou'll -
week-end.uest of Mr. and Mrs pract
J. A. Brown, Mrs. Tlllman's par use less of temperature.i'.
nts.. Mrs. TlUman. returned with a Pon than and water washing dishes
him. a
You have rennin g i t
no drip $P gotBe sure

o runs of hot-water pipg faucets.Insulate long

NEDm Kuowaivlbw
Ebel.: ierreal


I off when not !needed. New bulbs give more

light than old,-tired- ones.If!you have children,

remind them to turn off Jights.t And turn off ,

e your radio when no one is listening.SSrw .

.. ;
He's New ? "

We'lr give 'our worn, aJoTliM= ,, onlysea@I@'
efecfridfy buf not ,
fatigued 'tirjA a "second STS, SO LITTLE! new ;on their
appliances .
wind" thafllViaVe I 'em electrki 'M) t

ride like b nd- 'wi Brinj than old outdated more[ efficient) .

in your triad-bares appliance ones. ecl
fid i dealer (, with
today \\il rent > rem in on new Models YOur .

jiff l lR
drYl for it tilhtr; twyr.o Jo/A ,,
mean flit tams things alljarf asS JOHN :;' ..: << k
traJe-marks -t Recei M LAW;rJr.t Mgr. flORID PO\f6 l1

fj Service fHONt eo.' \ OHT cUlmI n '

coahMV it. Ch on't Service StatiOu Mne
sourer IIMDII "IOI"Y, *' vas (oeou I
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t 4+ Small prlvI Uy-owtted! woodlands are producing only a fraction i I
I make up one-half of all! their potential growth becaui Living Costs Hit New High, Ores ,
the commercial forest lands! in of fire, neglect and bad foresti p I FLORIDA APPRENTICES IN TRAINING ependabl. Qu.rlq ,
I'' the United States. However !they practices B't. Federal tce Century Fkr .
7 'TRADES 2 Agencies Report Experie u 6
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I'' \;t l'.I We Have Moved ,to Our New I Store, -- I Iwe. Washington (MV-Tour living; Fuel l, Electricity and Ice Up AbAract & Title In.urancCa
.I! 307 E. Fourth Street 1___::_. ___ cost have skyrocketed to M new 1.7 per cent, due chiefly to the \ FLOSIDA MEMftEMOr TITLg ,
q I' high, the Federal 1 Government recent coal contracts. Aa5OCtATIop
t q NEW and USED FURNITURE tom.,. .xltsb. laid this week. The price picture Clothing TJp 0.1 per cent AMtIICAN TtTix ANOCIArroN ;1

PAGE ':; I ? d? 'I' B. MINSCHKE /00 ,N _.ruwwruwr painted by two Federal agencies after declining the May-June k..eus ROT a aru
,. ?II looks like this: TIeP"q..Ltxatutvg
- "t --- --- -- -f- period
1. it took $21.68 In June to buy
CLIO \ the came food Item that cost House Furnishings--Up 0.6 per
AT Ykd" ,. : > ,":, INNERSPRING MATTRESS $10 back in 1835-39. Rents i N Tlnt AcuyAMER
"HI and 2. For a family of three that Up OJ per cent as .r M1..1,a r6.u Iluu C! c
: amounted to a $70 yearly negotiated Increases under the Reno CUOVeR,
IPS" ," V;. :'I.!",.',}I.{ BOX SPRIN( iIpq l t.llli "market basket" outlay as compared new rent law continued to be 91 ,001p
I I ,'' '", I the $695 rate In January made.;
PatinV I I"i on 6 legs to Goods 8r oils,., Area.. D.awscuds.
i !the World War I Miscellaneous and
and peak .
wltlwh \,:;\ .s"e''' $5950 wotoo. ol $615 In June 1920. vlcesf-Up U per cent p e, rat 6iiIS
1adU1f 't.'\ 69.50 Value, 3. The price chart of alt the The BLS reported that the
k ;I' !, : ':,' i things that make up the dallybudget main Increases in retail foods
, for meats poultry, fish,
yea/ \ i. I '. hit a new top ot 173.7on were
.t July 15. This Is the con- dairy products and eggs. Fresh
I Sleep
,i. Shop fruits and vegetables dropped, YOUR
h.I ( l j', sumcra' price index figured by WATI
.' .,' ,''jl 1,' Fort Pierce la. 120 N. 2nd St. Phone 710 100. the Bureau of Labor Statistic but less than !the normal seasonal I .
; j {\(\; on a 1935-39 base of 100. It now decline l' "COVERED'?
stands 0.7 cent higher than At the same time the Agriculture
0 OOO OGo : I7O o rsII 0, cent above Department reported that */ l\>r watch gets ,pora4i
< a year ago, SO.S per
; CUfUTRV ILtCTmUl HUOMIT MCMmitT fUMXM MIRTHM .5EILL the farmer' share of that $705 ?VfJm *\from a J?
g II June IMS, when most OPA controls cracked
YQ .
3 I :' 11 I I I IAIK rM-.Y M1.I.IN q.r M..wnr, were abandoned, and 76.1 market basket total was 61 per 9 It's sod in.uraaeG
I11n,1 11 I' FROM HA CARE r ri higher than pre-war August cent, or $S39. The rest went to a agar tdirt arid
; auide,
.r Ii'I 4 fn the little more than w'yeorshlce the enactment, of jhe Florida 1939 the processor transporter,wholesaler sepia that
(' I k' i i FOR THE Si SON d o I Biipienliceship 1,1th", riumlxT ot young people! in apprentice Here !Is the way the BLS charted and retailer for marketing' Large g lection n71W p M
I with the viva.
rise between charges. This compares
I the price
: o> Enjoy a short, sofI urledand average I bre
N I irogrums has more !them limlM, and I Is mom' then; eight ,time as June 15 and July 14 for farmers' 50 per cent take In May. non able AWl
I r' #' contoured hair-do the sea* moderate-income (II l e I In That was the lowest In nearly mite "w ile you ead
the ot World War II. tam
tnuiu as wear: "I engaged at beginning! Approxttuatply -
I II son's freedom. Let Marjorie 7 hIr
-cities five years but In 1 3&-a9, the placement s
large :
1 : Buffum give you a l>ttsk new 1L Ib M I 300 apprentices. were registered In :Florida at the be. Goods and'Services--Up IJ farmer's than averaged only- 40 modwolrleuart

I VI ./ LI hair cut and a lovely fauthfulj giiuUng of the war 1,IUO at 1*guning! of )1947 And 2,600 cur* per cent. (It rose 1.5 per cent per cent. Jew
!: 1 o looking permanent. Th jHp just o wilily participating.: \ Newly lluee-fomtlis ol the total apprentlcel Between May lit and June 15)). Meat was the biggest single rsI
Y fun a comb through youQ.haif / i Retail Food PrlceVp 1.3 percent Item in the family food budget.
in Florida viWalii. Florid* I Is taking a big in the direction! The June for three
arc step This marks a 12.3 per cent! outlay persons
o and be off to carefree 7ri I Formerly Stuart Jewel Shop
: c times. rf Iwcmning u Iud, of ulw>triul opportunity by providing apprentice rise over a year ago 89 per averaged about $213 of the $705 269 Osceola Av New )
& : :t tI i i a cent above June 1946 and 131.J yearly rate. In May it was $202 Pehon aidqAt
ship training!!, for her young people.LIVESTOCK ( per cent above August 1939. and before the war was only $81.

tf' ;4 \'' q' Victory Bemity\ Salon 1 I SALESJacksonville

: ':[. I Phone 205 / Victory Arcade I IJUSTSEWDJ i handled,on Oct.10 Florida. 21: Livestock markets STUART ; ; i

: : : : :,, on .oco. .0 of ; ooo .00,p: during tot! 'the last weekly CITY_ COMMISSION Homa MARTIN N' -
sales which figures were
; f/\ egular MeetijIk .
, avallable today In Jacksonville c
t n
i offices of Florida State Markets Ik 8:00 P. MJ RECTORY :
A LITTLE LEAK C Pho\ie265 AtllomeBUS '
rig I totaled 3,558 cattle and 3,608 2nd and 4t .
: GET IMMEM hogs Actual cash totals reported I c.
s I from, of the cooperating
seven I WED AYS
I AMP GAVE "VOLDRATH :markets amounted to I Stuart City fall ...Xou uslness Card In This Section Every Week iIt dri99y.Xn uainetl<

J 91 Pos The Plumber" II COMMISSION: TO MEET Public Al'. Welcome I Touch I I --
a Tallahassee: The Game and II Keep In I WANTED II I I Stua
r Fresh Water Fish Commissionwill i
\ Q FOR i meet here; with the State with ,CLEAN AutoModern C
i : Board of Conservation Oct. 28 A
Quick DependableSERVICE
to Iron-out "jurisdictions! prob- ; MartinCountySubscribe r COTTON:
-r-- lems" In several of the State's Wl; B Junk, 11 Coto Boats I RAGS ) Cot e

q ; ; tidal streams.Do wrt cke cars, crap I I sod And Trailer C CKllftU.
know the rule of the coppernd braSISCO'Sv The pr DAY 1 a
you 4 MONTH
? woods? If not, here\ are its details 1 year ................._$3 I <\Sal I U CONVENIUBlUlR 0
: Be sure your clgaret Is out (JENSEN Bl CH Stuart News '
Vollr/th Plumbing Service before V>ur match you throw after It extinguishing away; break AUTO PARJSV' I I 2 .years ........... ....-$S J I II' AT COUNTY a I __ 0l 4 HW.T ElOU n

I i\never start a refuse Are you South Dixie Highway ,. -- --
j k LARRY VOLLRATH ca\>ot control; extinguish your
I Fort Pierce
campfire to the last spark, and
311 [ron Ave Stuart, Fla. aid the law In bunting down Phone 129 Docks CONCRTIFoundatioaiif ;
'; "fire bug! ." ,

i' t; I Seawalls Uncle Billy s.ez' Block Driveways Brii SJtwik In

I' ,i to, 4t oat. Housed InTilelSeptiJTuk
t 'WttntmOmtm. ..k* W MM .. t
kr Aotkw.te-k T. WU1U )
At Of Mar.Construction T
: ; ,:t Hereitis, Type Everytmni i if Corer

.. I n Tay rO.Box4 1 never was a gullible cussbelieria -- -
1 t I II 93STOE
/ t-- sill I h.ardpe l-
ONE 10
J9191" ally 'round election lime i Box
I '
.j I j1y, : when air I is greatly stirred I

II I? 1e = -r \ ) Pre lived, :you know, a smart
I Wel Or way / J. Ions time -in fact, 'bout Jense Hdw it

I I h L4 hoed my row-and what a

tdrs candidate may say, .I've ,

AUTINMIZE ALL FORD learned, doe, NOT turn out 1 1TRY
l F just SOI TJII I -TKO

No doubt YOU'VE heard ARE M 1 ILALtS seRVICI r some PROMISES that Ii
brought you to 'your toes,
WRECK RVICE i and had they all been kept, :
\ I Y. y I SOD NL IR.P / I guess, we'd not haV many I Jenseiat Bead
I A a 1 E 42's 'woes! But, NO ONE MAN ;
.; 1I. 1 i. I I I p can do a lot to CUT EX.
I'' : e
1 PENSE-th' pity I-it takera
I I I'I y roll of "Jack", my friend,
to run a State, or City I

''I i iI" S rej WE AR' TH' ONES who're mat to blame for Uses bein' CLAMOKO'NCWCLOtV MORN' .

dIJ .' Q LITY M TSd HICHJ' Demandin' this and ]
\ ,'i, j urgin THAT, which costs V rot ovalLIFCLMSj

I.. I l GROCER! S us COIN ,TO BUY! Th' man in office HE'S JUST A. HAW

MAN-.he has no MINT at ,hand I 'He' mostly does the
ensen Bea Littlj
I ,
f taut Sm' Page, Fir 9. bP
: T4 i/6/4zer comdt ',V: Beaty ,
i d PHONE 8131-J sea a AL OAAVL
I ,
1' > I IOln
t a blue .tylieis and sne outdo theszelve., They asset. a car that t
gos beyond ted aDd Mia the pattern J an of the tuture Get ilea of wR
', TbM t.who soy bare done with the ntA 'R for 19491 f Electric and Relrigeration URP and CA

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i Its. of .iv.colon and fabric have made world's 'laading tuhioa .' Too ge Or YOUR'CKfASOl
,, '.1Ilera fall la love with it.They call it nam car". I I t Too Sma ANDING aA
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Th sass ear, the FRA2ER for 1949, has eve won the hsrd-to.e4n,heart ot red F 'shing Roof icing
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the teat driven who mint relentlewly puniiih a\r mil after mil for wtwkaon CO,
end.They aay the Frasor make such driving punishment for the .Ie.( Day e one 32-R ox 804 811 S lora AvaPbo
d 9 driving*aa* and riding comfort"- *600 mikJfc day a braea,"(bay*ay. Nit 141 a ate
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I I, featuraa, Improvement and Nfinemente, the 194\ RAZER ia ahead of 7 J Stuart Fla.Plumbin .
r 'ta tim. .ouwi<-trallblaiing the Way for allTt can to eon. 1 I
: First to break clean and scrap tradition, tb can IWra Willow Run
A 10 p have dues *it again. Beoana unlike other "new"t&Vbuilt line Pr l
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