The Stuart news
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 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 3, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00144
 Related Items
Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Voice of An American Community Dedicated to (the American Way of Life Complete. Local News Coverage

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RESIGNS Martin\ GREYHOUND LODGE IS ''IlItlIld,IllItlItIlt It iltIlIti lilhlhtlttttlltlltllllltt 11111 tIlt iimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiin '
OU County Teachers


FOR Classroom Teachers' Once each yea, during National Newspaper
OFFICER Association '
Edgui!: S. Welts lormei Miami REVISE BY-LAWS Week, Oct. 1 to 8, it is legitimate for this newspaperto BUYS 500 ACRESATINDANTOWN

il builtln has puielnsed (the (Jin blow its own horn, and to remind the public that

IRTH DISTRICT holm At a Monday i dmnei' mic-lniL. al this/--si.-clan tot n, pl.lII' "I. mot ut least IK,in cl Lodge fiom Call L lies., (GOMMEHUf: { BODY we Bocd are working for certain projects for community' \

iveiiinu the<< Mdi
tin nudity tcaeheis once a 111011t1: ,IIl i u will Uudljie \ met extensive icmnclcllnii I is Un\\ The Stuart New advocate and is working with

organized ('ol-ld"r.In" i .t, u any nagt Tre loeati I Ion
a Classroom I Tcacheis underway property << local civic and governing nficnc'/>. for
and Actions assocla II' t bits OIH'1 t icd In
Health lion under the capable leadershipof I parents orItiteresteci Loloiado ave Is our of I t.i1l' Nommilion Anti Election: 1-3..lIf'r parks and touriil: renl.ation: for Stuart Guavmsa I I'apiuyas, Citrus; .ud
As I 11 1lll.en., lor the bitttrmenl
f < mmission Move Mrs. L. C. McKeiule president I of th,. schools. oldest roomirg houses In the<<< S<.I For Mondiy Nifclit, and Martin County Other I Fruit to lie
Reason for 2-Belter str.t t lighting for Stuart ,
; Grown
of the Palm October 14
Beach County Those at''tic meeting were county and was nisi known us .
3-A yacht basin find extension nnd improvement
for Classroom Teachers association Mr and Mr, F. the Knapp Inn and I '
(hiei Officer C. McKcnzle subscft.ucntlv()
M I docks I
| who in a forceful address stress-' 1\1:11111.\ t ( tmntv, Chamber of of I present and piers 'hlJ Ida.s i.xpamlini IOIH! pn
,in lor the Game Mrs Harold Williams chatrmai a* the Hollers Lodge. The new 4-A direct route to (the bench from Stuart
''J' i cd the need and benefits of such Comnuice boaid of directors: orean ceasing/ Industry has reedy
.t j. .sh Commission an organization 01 executive i in mil tee of Palm owner has changed the name to Monday night confcried with and development cf our ocean beach areas so that another boost with the purchiisi' \
.. that he has I Beach count\ and Mr. \\llllams
\ 1 I At the meeting Grace apartments W V. King, Marvin Rowell) and they may be more accessible to tourists and home by Miami Fruit Industries Iiu
; ,''gnation.LOlfl and the foi:o\i'!inn :Martin county
I address Ernest: Lyons members of a spec- folks. Miami! of five hundred acres 1)1I
Don Romanello was teachers. Mrs. Pinie Mrs. Fannie Mr. Wells plans to convert the I
*' and fresh chosen ial nominating and by-liwi reVisiOn 5-Safety mf'atures to eliminate death traps on land at Indianlown for Immedi
president: Harry C. Brown. Mr Louise HarrellMlK Present eight room and four I
In South the federal Stuart
notion Webb, committee relative to highway passing through ale development mil plunliiIn ;
I vice-president
he mad : Mrs. Ivyl Olney Elii'll. J A. DouzlasPiliclpal apartments Into 10 apartments 6-Continuance of the to St Lucie I
\ 1 Plrtle secretary Mrs. W. I )liroixtsed )levlslon of the Chamber fight secure In Huavas, papayus citrus un<'
: C.Caven
: ''ul'ment(1 : '. Indi-intown, Mrs. adding eight private baths Intel '* constitution and by-laws Inlet deepening. I other sub-tropical fiuits Ainounccment "'
) treasurer: and Mrs. Carl W. C
Cavern Mr and Mrs t
('.\ years and Roth. publicity chairman ;; 'leu' and exterior decoration published In full elsewhere In 7-Anti-pollution measures to protect the streams I 01 the sale was snail'

tried to serve I En:in F Johnwltk John C today News. of Martin county from industrial wastes and sewage by It M Satinders ManagerIndlantowit i 1)1
The and fumlsli-
J new president who ha- Or.i\'. Mrs. Fannie Jackson, Jack andscaplng new discharge
.l L In Commission the enthusiastic High points of the by-laws revision Development Con
support of all 6mou.se Ham C Webb. Don togs throughout are planned to ,
Conservation enforcement and
Chief protect en- puny who said the' lands involv
t, ibilitv as the Martin county teachers and Romanello \\encloll\\aten. Mrs :nuke the buddIng: modern and are:
..irth. Conserva- courage the spoil fishing! anti! commercial fishing in ''ed In the tiansaclion lie between
principal Erwin F. John wick, outlined Franklin Jones Miss Edith ..It t (motive throughout I in i i That the old iiilc that no the St. Lucie River.9Action the Indlaniown-Blwn

".. ,Fiol'lda.' that In soc Iii the plans of the organization Olenn Mis. Asnes K. MulhauptMr Mi. Wells is a native of Kent person holding public office 01employe to halt the to, of the St. Lucie Rivera I and Jupiter IIlghwa extending

0 a> The consensus of opinion Mary Hutto Mrs. Mjia t 1I.'ky'i and Mrs. Wells Is a New 'd by a public board shall
for fresh from
a dumping ground muddy water for a mile and a half abut<
number of
tst expressed; was that If Martin hrofdei. \Ii and Mrs Charles Y'lJ'k.I' They came to Miami in t be eligible to hold office In the Lake Okeechobee
the St. Lucle Canal.
,,- rict. and onenfoicemenl' County want. b'III'I'rhools.. Its l Kindred. Mrs Ruby K. LoMis >'. I'Ut:! when the population was ;. Chi mbei'. 10-Hiring of a rccret.lion drector, to organize Fruit Industries ,

""I le('chers must be paid salaries Edna, Coin,int. Mrs. Eddie 1 nooo Asked why they choseS ((3:)' That a presIdent. 1st vice a Eports and recreation prog; "am for tourist;, I Miami Hlaleah m)\

.5 'dtP; and at all ('mniensurite' to silaile* of tlv Ln Smith :Mi- H B Kraf Mrs nart: as their futuie home they president 2nd vlce-piesident Reforestation and conservation of timber operates a plant at enploying

t U \ 'mi the wish. ot'1I'1' prof t' IUI"i"s 1\1 attract L""i Hill U..ll'llillb. : : Pearl 0'- r'piled. Miami Is too big and wrtaiy, and treasurer, and an 12-7lie planting of tropical trees 110 people. and the 1 piduction '
the Indlantow
tI IJ I served tot Vi .ing\( people it huh caliber 111- \i il :MiFuel( l Oiman Mrs I" > ciowded, Vie like everything entire board of six directors shall 13-Fan' apartment rtn'alsthich will give the from I Icuci'eage
: be in tha''
will processed
"I t ill concern-. to. he piofcssi i n\IIIS i Lowcn -I'i Miss Mary about S uart." They have a son be elected annually. the past tcuristr a square' deal and stitfor future years the i

ne' past I bar. .i toe Classic. on, T ( hdi t AS Ei.;. 11 Maiuoii and :MlRoth. v\illanl who U starring on the president to automatically beco goodwill built in the jmti i. plant at the outset with th
up Dial addItIOilI'tnlanufactul'lslg
an ;'
miijt this posleasons -- ---- Stuart football team and two i possibility
ie a member of the board of
14 An effective for eradication of
prog;' i:m
unit will be set
l .. I several. iirs CITIZENS URGE : STUART HOTEL HAS : mamcd daughters.. : dl ".tctois Under the old sjstemtwi : mcsquitces and sandflies j 1 lat Idnlantown as production III'I'I
j n at'- ---- ---- directors elected I
I NEW ENTRANCE ON I ; new were 15-A Martin County publicity program to tie that point increases J, llarn-
:..k were not.: 111 I TSIMAS TALKED ON each for terms I
the FEDERAL HIGHWAYI year three-year in with the State's S500,000 .ul program I son McCieadj. president 01 thconcein
CITY DIVERSIONOF I GREEK SITUATION I \\3'' That the second Monday' 1C-Public support of Chamber of Commerce, : said The coiiipam

-, i IIIWI'i signed( D McQuacic new owner of I in DUobei shall be both a noniin .. : Junior Chamber of Comnu-icp and Sailfish Club. also call loi iiiteicronpln

ti ) .t_ I have h. DIP stuarl Hotel has begun rxinsheal Andy Tstmas recently returned .\ition and election meeting. I 17-DiviMon of State Cots: tax and cigarette tax I with plans vegetables pi loi' to the! llin

\. i It\l' years tu t teiationx and irom Greece, told Stuart Kl- i to relieve dittressed municipalities like\ Stuart
UTILITY TAX Improvements The recommendations weirbo. money : the groves come Into product'
tiR Ic mservation In wanians Frida yof the spread of :
to the and 18 Promotion of culture ranching and industry
building ed on the hope that the pub agr I he statl'd adding that the e- i ia I'
''at m. and will be mmunlsm In Euiope and said
ground which he purchased last lic office luling would buildup in this area.19Breaking. likelihood vvlnlei vepc I ibi

VI' 01 help In \ (.I'Ullp i| tIt t U .rC! cm/ens ...))l'lnll from Mrs Mae Clark. that the recent Greek choice 01 more manpower In the community the hcuimrr, bottleneck. production 'w'ill become a |f: inI :

I haH' . ( "nr & Fiesh iirh.s was the alternative to ,
le':ded a speetil! y coiiimisKlonn the old and new Federal highways of the board of directors each the winter ceason: operations. .

''I. sinners the hotel forms a gateway minimum I These ,subject, and mo"P. have held the limelight -
etniK TuesdauiKing the cIty year would change( leadership Selection ot the India! .i 1 jwinea r
1(1It .n hat the Com to amend Its utility tax ordinal to the city and. with that In He told of widespread auf ferlng niu! also bt nn Instiument to- on our editorial page e'uring the past year. In for this new enteipilS'"" MiI .

n ",ithei man to mind Mr ha begun for lack of food and clothliiR anc1' I addition, The News took activ' part in calling for the I
ce to allow some nf the fundsto McQuade vat d building( manpower; and Cieady asserted was the i 11 I mil/
: .//11..1') of the be used for pier impiovemeiu teratluns on the highwa side said that plans were afoot herein I tint holding nominations anti restoration of order 'n out urhools during a student !Inf detailed studies t of dri 1 .at!

'J ,; perhaps do aid general recreation Improve- Leilie Deore landscape archit : another clothing drive thlcnl 'elcctioi at one meeting would strike, and was successful in being the active agency and lrnlgatlt'Il climatic court

: : 101 them than, in>nt. t>- Is beallljlng the grounds i| .

. : .it. onh 'V u itlaC'. Tlie funds are' at present t ear- I Including a driveway and entrance Oieece J Is very friendly toward I fleets taking office ahead of I h: iiiiiiiiiiii: ill tlllltllt! II IIhillItiiittItItlti Ii.iiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiHENRY 1 I I .. fa'tor i ,, whjeh'l'I'e in'" ,

.Ne > wapossible m irked for yacht basin and Civic at the east end of the America: :; he stated 'and: feel I i winter season. Atcoidini\ to hi BIG MARLIN UNHOOKS In eoopenti) i wilh iipiesentlve ) ..
t that hue I tiled
, we sincerely to
"1 )Is not beint, C e.Her Improvements only. hotel Removal of the storeroom I, new by-laws they would take KINDRED SELF FROM HI.HOOK I \ it I 1Jt' ALII 'ultui .il 1 1)/11.11/ i
IwlJ1 I tint ;
( ..tShost 01 Call L. Bess owner of the V.c- lattice fence and undergiowt:' ; l'ulInlry" office at the first 111(,dint, IIi { I,' ,,//I( rI "I, I'".:. I hI

,.) tludlsU'Jct.. :o'v Hotel urged: the city to and remodeling of the back MCI, November and begIn 1 la) Ini !I Cupt H Walter; Sanders 01 I

NG ..i, ,J..I, but I am ebonite\ the ordinance so that of the hotel has changed the pit KIWlJANSTO\ plans for the new thiinbu I' 01 ANNOUNCES FOR, Chart Sailfish Club who berths

'" pei cent. at least 50 per cent of the an- ttire at Stuart's front door Com in'!ice' Yell which .1.11. t I. I ENKA CORP
!ills i Hi-Hook at Frazier CrcekI wI
IH'al Income from the fund would$ Installation of additional tot Jan 1 1Eci'y

S icnnln unpledned! for any lont- rate baths. better lightiiv r.t f < 1- HEAR PROGRAMON immlxi ol I 1111'( Lhui STUART OFFICE I lieu each Intel season. wa"uldlng "

'0t DYER CITED range impro\ement proiidlng ,,1 lilies redecorating will ptooIc.: Ixi IK asked I li, study I UK |1'1'0-' from his summer headquarters I CONSIDERS t EW

serve which could be used for 'I' ; fast as materials and I.,bot i loud, revIsed byliwh in ulviiiet at the Atlantic City

RED ic,'reatlon I lnipiu\emei _1in\\1 McQuade ald today.. NEWSPAPER of I Hit (HUibei 1 It kcniril; Plenty 0 Kindle, ." yt'al' oldvetl'Iln Tuna Club on Sept. 7 when
CROSS World \\,11' II. lileel
nit'ell ip. und I 10 Lome lo that his for commU- Enoch Toinllnson of Camden.N. .
LOCK OPENINGDue incell!!- to vole on by- moiniiiK city
ON picpucel
I Mon first hat to be tossed In J.. hooked a giant blue mar-
las 'net on a i.oiiiplcU new set
uction . the rIng; for the office now held II n. / I Ponl; WinU l Ht'si 1

2 Win Recognition and the high lake stages it is necessary that Ncwi>pnpcr Wcrk With by Mayor J. L. Coleman Tomllnson hooked the bIg flslibo'it
) dent Vicr.l'resiI.tof
iliaion* will Iji, lIIach' Inthi i
From National Lake Okeechobee elevation be maintained at KP' Local Press ; Klndied son of Mi 111111 MI 20 miles southeast: of Atlantic Firm
t mill ,""imit ti's'<< ipiulnUdlot
( i <<<
OrgimzationI proximately its present level. It is necessary to mam. 11 A. Kindred of SI unit. ntis' five City and H was 2 I p m I a
Kiw ., '1 11111.: (In iivli.ul t lilt.t i 1 ttiat I 1..1.. I lint in i ictititimillitiilistttiti' before the marlin under
of storage capacity in the alit ( : years service and was with the swam
reasonable amount .
tain a Tin AIIWI'Ic11 :: Cuipoitlun
UntIed 5 t OP,. (' ,li ,,11'1 I i Ii itt bi nicptcd the boat made and I'
the of / > JIIH .1 31st Infantiy Division in ad- a Jump
\1 I :rfall or occurrence
Ovir Chairman event cf future exc s ive ra : of which Dr A J L Morit
., ., NutloU,1I, I 11 t 11)11I hi I II joo.' ,
the Ala k i will ob eive > i Pacific Invasions which .snapped the line.
is not discharged at vance
Martin County.t o huricane, If t tn.s; waur of Sewall's Point is exceutivvice '
11I to the gates Newspaper Week Oe t It III I Ii.) bv 'Intedated the Philippines attackHo Capt. Sander said that the
lied Cross since ; prerent time it may necessary open i piesident plans a f20.000.lOIJ
( in Inviting new icojile, t III with Stuart fish made about 50 jumps during
a. .I citation from i wide at a later date which would certainly result pa\Jcl'\ NEWOUSLINEINPROSPIGTFOR\ !Is associated I textile unit for MorrlstovuTenn .
tel the fishing industry. participate/ m (lot'urns on ( "11I-, I Hardware Co heie the IOUK f llKhl I While other members -
tonal Red Cross much greater damage! to it was learned licie- tod '
Blaze Nemeth, munlty needs and necrs.: uv civic If three or moie nndlilntillle of the party offered counsel
C.t I "i her ,services |I Major through! the Associated Press:
e I "impanlcd the ActingDistrict Engineer, Improvement' piojcct) ,. the pilmao will be' lukl) .\11<1 Capt Sanders piloted the I I The Ashevllle: N C eoipoi..

n |, Jacksormlle, Florida Newspaper A..,,oeid'nin' MIU- Nov. 26. The' Rl'll'ral) .ilecllon i b boat to tlu lomllnson every ad111,1 I lion has applied lo the upioduition

"t 1, mils. liu .sp'iu-oi' of N.iti jii iNowspiper set for December 10 ( i '"II', .I "It i'it.t': hi I Adinlnlstraliem loipel .
transmIt to '
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hi, "CI certificate in MARTIN COUNTY mil to build the new svnlhet i Il

I it:, DIM leadership Pressure 'fully (that tin .logan (If( UK, Bow To Golden Rams 13-0 : jam plant which would pinvirlfium '
t Did Engineers Respond i,4i( obsri'value will lie "A 1 Ii" n
'r' II.i the AmerIcan 1 I.nll( {) to 2(1011( ( ) jolitOi ,
f'irss Volre of Fieeilom

,::3' It >s& during World (! bi Locks from Okeechobee? cllan of Liberty" This ollar-I II i balerno. Slu.trt.Jrnst'n StaIK Play Melborne Here Friday 1' Carnegie Moritz Who estate owns hero the. eoiifinned lomri .

.. ,, Opening I theme, Iho Ncws|IIII'I'i 1111 ., i n Wngon Service .
re. 'ci that the man i j i In the Asheville pittint ',
| ,
Public Servant will si rvi' UN tin.. I'l"inncclIn
1 yo given and then i I Itv M :iiren, "shipis Jr. t 11" ol 1] )MCI I over I heir final I t the firm Is seeking a piml "
this time, basis for the I Klwaiils 1'011 lid-I I
water at
have made In 1 The U S Enfcineir Dept a' if To dIsregard our present I tables I II ie' If 1\\c-ITIIIHIlI\< of Wish The Stuart HUh! 'liiaisuiil: tllupllclo11 In ill. the drive went I : fir i Ihe in,'w plant hilt :sail i iUc .

wa, J-cksonvillc finally ordeiedo about 4j N.mis, with J. T. 11:nu '- have lie l yet made' any dicision I
II' motivated
not I nit hod of regulation and dls- Klwdiils I nt it'national liai ) Inpion. U '' found Stllal tvbiltul' down, to defeat for their seioml :
Locks i
'h i" ,)i reward. \\<' | nlng of St. Lade Canal t'hargelater as requested in i participate In the oboiivaiue ha 1 hem granted a ', straight time Friday night ai 'Is pas.sliiK: aim paving the I biciusi their are M ilnuiN'

101 II much of your tI ::5 week after a solemn warn- our telegram will throw our I 0' National NcwspuieiVeek!' ulirost 1111/I by (IIII' cIty for a bus pCI"'I,'I I the hands of the Belle Glade WilY. lie threw a beautiful 32- i factors that enter Into the pie

Wi 15 < 'I.. at t the li to the Everglades Drainage > I ;/f.id pass to Roger Cunningham turc"
expenst f ethod, of re"ulallolentirely I from Its Inception! bcven' coal und !piik-up, point at lhVlcloiy > Golden Rams by a score of 13-0
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: Per"> mmlsslon that such actionn who caught the ball on the 3lad h. _
and business af C
falling 11 e ff( balance and will. In all y ars ago Publishers, telliort j, Iliiildintluie In the opening quaitei both j

Th nerican) Natlona .IY result In the Lake futuied t robabilltv result In extremel '! .t id reporters arc Invited to club | Mililinans iecicsl| for In l'a- teams battled on even terms. but i line. On the next play, THE TIDES
058 low stages In milngham drove over center
; "ver has had thl: d: ngerous :I mod detrimental low levels at iirctiiifi where contiibiitloiis of city IotclpjlllIA>| fot l picking up tap Rams got started In the sec |

ceo ''I ate prepared It | v seasons. tome date In near future. I lie press to the community an pfi.sstiicix' [ was opposed'\ by local ond quartet and matched 70 fc):' their final touchdown. Har- ra raIto
)list Lake Region I I
to1 In the ""II's plunge for the point was
Your service : -armers pressure on "It will be recalled that dur- \nually\ rccoLiil!: id I II I IfUl films wll'lI t I Hit city perm!> yards down the field and a h" good. as the Timers had himbeloie ., .1 I...,. .."'"- 1 ,.t.I I. .

h ve been putting which in 1944 and 1943 i Need for a woild-wiile Incli I wen/ ti; 'allied 'I'in'wl,ly night. Uiichdown Billy Beaiden clI- j jn ill, Ce 'he ,.....k i .'s., llm H.-11 cub,'i .. '
Ie I 1'1g period I I I back to the line
Commission he got .
l Tie
this cltatlot t' Drainage rl
pt > ) of 'stivliU will be Stuart resident, .axed this dl'Iby breaking 101j. : t \
'I. as a meant < : lie :
'he 1\1 asked the En- I Hi-en lake level fell below ele- |to pi | a | ol BcilminafceCoach r Hf..nll I 1'.111'' nil. I h'Jlo' .
ican National Red li turn formally i atlon 14 this office received! i Le peace also will be ill cussed: iiDvinc hue with his family j loose f loin the TIgers 37 >aid ;11|"i < far high .nil l 5 hour 43 mil ,
as I lor low
re mtlon of the valCOP g leers to act from local tir clubs during t the wick( it was i, FOimi Washington I aflei selling i U ic and running the ball to the I Kindred has made a '
> loution havn"hi Here Is a cop of a telegram uumeious t : \ :: ; : I Ine coaple more changes this week If. W. t. \\' I I.M.
you I includIng Everglades\ t I li allied Many clubs have 111I I lit home and icstauiant. busl I 2 before Chaille Titus tlnallyi, ,
Aemetha nterests I'.M. A.M.
, to 41 effort through s it by Major Blaze dl. trlct. that we dot I d atcd they will silk( the siip1 !!... I lion. anil plans lo purchase I locked him out of bounds \' p! tllng Haidwlck in at guard I' I

adersnip as Chapte ing district engineer to the I Dialnage jmethlng to raise the ground ; ,rt of the local press In Klwnn-I u new home licit 11 ie plunge by J. T. Hal'rellmade I a']Willard Wells will be ready .t'l...., r,, H 1111::111 2 11,::11'lIn 11 oIIa: !,'. "'.-. ,' !

nan 'jt J* being extendcimbo d linage commission: : t.' to the extent of 15 sponsored campions for such ; The new hut to be known asH I 1 yard and then Boyd Hoffman :or the game with the Melbourne li :
ater even \ : .
main m
used for : li nn I'
I II appreciation fono Criteria now Oll1' method of regulation i p ojects as tax economy, law ('11t tuirt this Co.. will operate two fok. it on over. Beaiden hit I lIt Ildogs Friday night. The Tlgel'/ : : H

OyaJ (faithful service silting lake elevations between evlslng rcemcnt ircicatlon paiku aii-I station from Stuart to I center for the point The Rants i will be out to break that two- 1\\.1. tI 11:111: 1I.n: fa lUll 12'
extensive I Numerous requests were wiitons i '1 It..... III 7,,,,. 7 12:411: I'' I
Mined) i land 17 Is based on that the lake be allowedto p ,rt construction vclciaii hotitirg : S lei'no und Toil Scwall. and :I'arly scored again In the sime tunic losing streak this week, as I -
IOlL'l C WILSON Ijdiological data gatheredver made rise to elevation 18 or 19 city bcatillfieutlon, slue* train Stuart to Jensen and Jen I quarter, as Bearden Intercepted I tills Is one of their main Indian THE WEATHER \
a period of years i wet season BO as to store i iprovemcnts, graft prosecution. sic n Beach Fares and schedule one of Edmond Howauls passes : Diver conference games :

RIS LOWERY xperlence Indicates that any during f.rc and it back 35 The I f',", 110", ...1 ""I'k., ,
JR. seasons. I prevention conservation 11'.11 be published next week. ran yards. Statistics of Last Vceks dame; : "rool'rd'
for dry ,,, ..
will .
vater ,
criteria .I..t"' M" I' 5'st' ,
PENS the .
5 LAW OFFICE aration from I "If. after considering the a id community building. hut ended there though and I CtJ',: : 11..11 .........rt. .."
going I i 11<11.It.
sult In elevations : Stuart Kiwanis Club will hold LInt stopped that tin'eat '
"II below 14 at |I above. you will request uma'i (11.1. 'cn 55Ip5. R".d", ..
IT ."wery |II'.. who re- ther above 17 or discharge so as to keep I illJ National Newspaper Week The third quarter was about I mtri, 11,,"n t. A'I' M.'m..m Minimum
I Ionadherence 1 ire
ii'G "returned from the arme.t' ome date in the near future crit :ake from going above 16 2 at p ogiam at noon Friday October l ho same as the first us nclthe | ':...,: 7 .lost.1 I. PII ir.
"a reopened his at "> to : time. further consideration I 14 Seven-minute talks will be : The Ameilcan Legion auxiliary Uam came too close to scoilng gTeddy g 1'Pt.," ".. !i'.u'nlll.t..1,.,.....II.d 5 t.S "butKtll'r<., 17 i'm 57 78 '
Inlercst his "n '
'ifflce seconll cia, at request of local meetI I and C II inrd-1 o'.a. hm I...... II 45St .. 73 ( .
r on the ( I will be given But. If our I 8!: ven by Mary Haitman on 62 will have the filst Bishop COHolt Dn 7. ,
1..1. Illlnb. k 01
contributing Inl..plet .
tithe Oughterson build. *. \\ai main method of con- i I "Covering the News and Ernest ing of the fall season Friday, wick Intercepted a couple of Ram' I'.".,. 7 UII Or! ,. DO I :! 72

:!e J na& been admitted U i ause of lake slaKe going and below 1948Uata established. not Is to be disregarded. this Lions on Editorial Influence" Oct 18 at the Episcopal parish passes though, but neither one T.0 ,,. 01 1.y-I',,,,,,,,, F I<,,,'omm.,si!, "" ,.Imm... .,,DII' 1.0 Oats IIU 71.t 7.. I 1'I

"e before federal courti"Prem .. tlevation 14 In 1944 Inadvisable to office can take no responsl- I 11<. be followed by a round-table house Initiation of new mem- payed dividend, h'."." I...... II.I IIIr t RAINFALL IN ,INCHES: I ,'

Ount* court and circuiteuur indicate great quantity I .,",III muoPi, Xla!;< !Sea l etscussloii: buns will highlight the piogram In the fourth quartet he '5. I jI. .,,, ,, ". I 5sI I'' saA '
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Rlt I 1' "n' 'IIi, 1't'Ar i ',T.\\ <. 'rritn, vunm rowstv i LO, lO.' Tin'i:sn vi 01 i I 1siAl .

Dill; 'Illlllllllllimn Ml lilt ;IIIIIIMMIIII, "IIIIHIIIIIIItllllllllllMIIIIMIIIIItllllllllll' ;' I \nisr! imoTiii.niioon i regard< to his e\es Mr Damroi I air leaving tomorrow to visit her J,.ffe( 'son Cltv Mo Mrs, Paul j jC the Broadway addition of St. ,| Lucie C''l

I : f'iAl, F.
J Letters To The Editor I The) Plapt tl li""IIWI'I100d t t ('11I 0Mi -- : Loach at Vnldosta Inn 1 Ii lends,,.. In the towns of them ---.1 1

lotionMis >
.... tl'.lall1. <1 Illlh suppei Mondnv : ', and Mis J, M Stoner hava i I II to :UIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllll/ !/ 'limilllllHHIIIIItmilllUIIIILi. / I night in the o',1Ulc'1 m IPX. honoring "returned to spend their second I Charles L Burgreen!! wa the -e- I LOUISE., Ln 60 TO now h have "

I'" I I:...' S qu. I :N.; II. Mi" C. A. Holcnmb. of Jacksonville winter at the Holleran Apart- over night guest Thursday of Wnl:er F Davey opened t

1 ihreIpl:, I' alkn,,nth''I 1 ,'iI! nt. '\ ,,'ot 't '.'rrstln. i II i tn'r i dntert 21F slate Brotherhood: seeretarv mcntii They spent some time Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Campbell I' a Nursery Play School, Tuesday STUART near a complete |

I j pn, nibri" 3M(,, 1,1,1: \ \ 1\-\\ ,\ 10Lq\ ,I' t'II': ci! .lIut, southFoiR Mr. Holcomb was Introduced this dimmer at their former i I e at her. home, 75 West Third I ,

I If r'IL I 1.111'lr RII I '" ,IN" !1ar i :,' the. 1111"1"11.\' hi, flood waters by the Rev, Phil Maxwell home in Cleveland, and visited Mrs. Frieda Von Wrangell of Street children enrolled Include DRUG CORP. line inELIZABETH

1 out like. Ok ph"bn I' to more than 40 men attending, I their' daughter In New Albany, Buffalo, her daughter, Mrs. Susan Hall, Bobby WoithamFiannle "
w Ci (nurse i you ..111121' thai \tin 81 Lucle aid C",1100sahatchft! including visiting layman. New Ind ( Charles Marsh of Tarrjtown. N I Wilson, Buddy Tillman I WANT TO STOCK

''I i 1 1..r, were eonstiucud i 1l' eont rot elevations\ ol Like OkepchobeeV officers for the year were Introduced -, |I \", and her son Chai'les, who U Fhvllls: Pence Mary Lvons Carol OP ON TIC NEW e'

is fflcc lenulnlas. he I lake Ir1"\'I''n elevations 14 and 17 a*. I by Fled Beiilel as follow: Mr and Mrs J. E. Taylor returned a student at Cornell Jackson, Joan Edenfleld Artie FALL COSMETICS'
Jf isely J ic possible 11111'111 i :ho winrr i: ca: ,on it i is! desirable lo hold I Roscoe Rollins. president ; VU1 to their home Friday after arrived last Thursday unversltY'j Dehon Donna and Tommy Doz- '' ARDEh|

[It nppioxlmfl 1\ 1 17 to I'I'IO\ld in inluntlon\ nnd lust protection Ham Penney. flintlce : Fred spending ten days In Cuba parted Monday, to visit Mrs Edward lei. Terry Reardon, Joe Backus D'ORSAY

die lake Is dr.I\\I' ct"\I1I1: tin 'prime i !: t 110 i all,1111"1, t i we capacity: fur Bentel. second vice: Arnold and more than a week In Miami I! Swann, at Castle Hill: Se- I II ji and Susanne Davey

mini'r i cur .,,11 Bauer third vice: Ronney Crow, Bench, walls Point Charles went fishing -e- CARA NOMEREVELON
The" 111111'1111'110', of :a humcane it any lime makes II necessaryo I -- e- I with Tolev and caught his I The Rev and Mrs Charles A

imirt, i 1.11' II' discharge! al full capacity to provide room for the I secretary Mr. and Mrs. W L. Sullivan first sail fish which measured I I rarilel of Osreoli: Boulevard and -

;, 'i' ','rn,: I 1.rl1jall! Failure (to i please water would result In had a* Sunday guests at their '71 t feet He Is having It mounted. riiblseus Road St Lucle Estates' ,
?! p' F,6 l "\ rr 1" anti't, 11 .ril1I'Rldt'nlsnbutthl'lalc} ,. I I t AYERS
''I rnmsSl: ) nnssEMiirrm home In Eldorado Bejich her I "- -- who leit t May 18, for Philadelphia
I'' "I', '( 111 t"" ''I Wlit-,)( + ands) 11 approximately> it,4fc vacationing i 11'
-........ ,\T oivvntMi niece and husband Mr. and Mrs Richard Powell I has opened a and hAve been 1
if rainfall continues I I rF OLD SOUTH
Ti !JI.'f'I'I
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and :Mos HiniCubie" and C\erelt Greg and two childrenof Custom Crafts 6hop at SOO Old Montreal N C.. and vIMtin
.111 i, I" I Ii rain -t: :u open the gates wider tcII 1
Mi and :Airs Wniil'l' Rein 01:Ur- Fort Lauderdale her sister. 1 Dixie Highway\ and pmchased their on and d3Ulhtel'lnlalMI' YARDLEY
? 'I. .,r ,, \ I'i KM' inking plare tnlned Wednesday with a chicken Mr. Jewel Langdale of Fort equipment from John J. Ollson and Mrs, Perry Cairlel!, In
,, ," lie the 1 lake for the benefit I t
j'l'\ 01 1 '"
pilau dinner at Hosford Park Lauderdale and his brother and who operated the Gllson Tackle Lookout Mountain In Chatt i MAX FACTOR
J') ,I' ; i 1\\ ,in c 1 dilutor'! will aril} to some In. Ttmesdayafternoon
; honoiliiK Mi and Mr. Fritz sister-in-law Mr and Mrs M Shop. HOOK Tenn.. returned
I I I II I ''' ;:I ; IOn \' i II I: bi Liven to your view and I wonderful welcome WOODBURYi"IUHJrr
Cummings and Mr and Mr L. Sullivan and dauRhlei! Juneof '
,,'I I I'" ,' 111<'h ,,, .11"\!i '" ttcl\' bthe lake theI I o.
Jerry Smith More than 40 guertswere : West Palm Beach home was given them by
Mi. and Mrs. \\ C Armor have
,, ,' t" the mention of this office
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piesentmini -- -M returned from Alwn. N. C. Woman Pre bytE'I'IRIOI'II&nlz. A* Can Manwf ctun
'1 ., ,Iht) .i f..n. pI'plp, is tKaUippreeiatecl!
: ,1: I the
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Circle and
.. .itlon. the Sewing
Min Elizabeth Robertson .. week visiting
of \\lii they spent a
1'1:1:i>,uCUD Jensen' Beach, SIlent the weekend ''rl'it'ntls. I Choir Guild, whopiesented TIMES

problemml.E11FTItr.np : MITTS as the house guest of Mr, ._ ]I with boxes of food and flowers
It !
t, i : ; The Dutch Treat Luncheon and Mix Curtis I Whltlcar, ol I Mr and Mrs Claude E. Comb. -5-- 3

i ""I i Fn\tlnC''III\ : and Bridge club met 1 at 12:10( Port l'waJl '' and clter-ln-Iaw, Mrs, PaulD. Ur and Mrs, James Pegimuni ) D1Jll J'JflP1

," Thursday at ChiMiolms fur I'I Combs, left Miami Monday: 1 three children are guests/ at
Iti Engineer
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:" .' ;, I I'a: I luncheon During the afternoon :'11'. and Mrs. Dalton Anderson ,,' where they spent the day with th Flamingo Hotel, availing' the
bridge WAS enjoyed; at the Civic and little eon. jr :: Mi Combs for their home in completion of their new home in
I, Center PI'C'"rnt1'1'1' Mrs. L.Ashby --_. .-. .--..-- -Dalton..-? _. ---'-' .,- .. --,. .. .-.... -- -_._ ---,- ----- --..- --- ----- --. --- --
\WS! I\C'I'tI mtttMi I dish lum'boon In the afternoon Arbogast Mrs Rob-rt 0, u.__.
,la:1'DI: nfT, 66 the, \ group had n buMlnew mee'IIIL -
Judson, Mis T J, F Kennedy,
and Mis William F Wheel.. : CoiiBisitiilallon were ex- Mis II M KI..lIl'ld Mr, L M
ttiuledllss: lane Amen who c.lr-
IP PI Stuart announce the bit I Johnson, Mis Carroll Dunecombe -
1 bi 1'.1 I ltd her blithdtu Sept SO
Thins Mrs Paul Iloeilshel. Mn
( A daughter' LvnnBeth '
!hiss Andes bus to her credit :200
Archie Kldd Mw L, M. Barnes,
i day:: sept 26 at I ht'lal'l1': I knit seculars< i which sloe knit for
Mrt. Earl Ricoit Mrs Roger
C 1'wing Hospital<< the v..hllf'I"! !, Others present, In-
nd Mi.-, Tracy 'I.irtMitllgh .
Spl< n 1' "
'''rJI1h.dlw Ro and! MrVtt!-

ft'td\ G Aldrldee :Mi*. Walter STOIC pl'lrf'1t1'1'1"" won by .'\ ji--\,
,1I'SWlt( / o, .\:. MITT Mr 1(11 held Mr Rkou nnd
Hitching Mrs A C COllr..ln.MI' ;
The Junior 0 A's met :lion' Clwiku Mii'lHifcOii\ Mr*. r Mrs! Kotneay :' v ... t ?fir

--lay.I Reps to in the Baptist un, :M Kiunur, Miss Mamie Symon- iI ec

sex and elected t the follow grtte! Mn Herbert Thayer Mra Mlt ,\:\0 :nuts(... Pitt tutu t 1

if finer*. Isabel MRthem, pieeicm J F: Taylor and Mrs I, I.. Dcikei \KI: l l\\Ml: :; JIII"( 'rs t r 177
The next meeting will be at Mr and Mrs Price French en- I':
Joyce Eden' 1 km viee-prfJ! ( r
: 'i'lamed Saturday ni lit nt their --
the hunt of Mm Taylor on =Nov" -;;
,ISnt. Johns, KlokUtei! le"rp1.1I',1 y 5 nomn 011 i F nt I Fourth SII'e.t'Ith

..lid trenmirer Alter the butleu u diuucr i>BitLater In the evening -

,. cliui,' t'1'1'1' pla\ril I with
) meeting Kirs L C. II" cum i nOl 1'1\ !vmIT : I
tht'1f'1'I\ JI1 Uu pal tv: winning
lid! Mrs C L *og e- serve d \rmux's I ('1.\ B
the 11'nor' Ptcsotb were Ml
joklps and ice cream to the loi) the Olrl Scouts( troop 2 and and Mir.:. Carroll helud Mr

\ft ing, The new officers and I j, "net with their!t leaden. MMJ anctfl': Jnhn !Mennlngir, Mr

/.0)1>l., Mae Blakeslee 0 twit 1,1 1 ,1.11\, Borune, Mr, Herman RelU and Mrs (Chule: John Mr and "; '
Fvn w flair Pam Cross and! :Mi'* Hubei' C'IC'IIH 11:11: Tltei- Mr Arthur Dchcn! and Mu 91,5 nsr Wive rp Pr a ant e .

t MuiMt i Bo.u mm Joyce Harrell clay' tfternoon :it 'hI' Wumnn Elizabeth!: P Mndeiio:
The group meets PVPIV Monrluj C'1I'lb I'1'e'UIII1''nlJny' wen

." 3:30: p. in In :he'nnnpx! Zulu' IK-Id fu thru pmember*,
S\ U I t111OT'1'ICt.ILRIt1TEy
'.1.1 UltkcFlee l III publicity!! I'halr-: -I ho al.1o rl'l'l'hell'' \ Scout '
C I miilllim leif
1 :m .1 p m. Achievement! badge were ;
l Patsy Ann Mai'lot I. daughter
ivaided to Judy Arbonast, Jean
M, of Mrs William Mariotti of Hobs
Arnold Zulu u ElakeslPe! ,
MhM: h MI s, Kl:ItCiTR Sound cclebinted her eighth 4Y
Jeanne Cleimnt Anne LeaihHelen !
birthday anniversary Sunday
!\frCllllolIlI: i, Belly and hw.w Cmekl>M.y.Iw-N
I and Mi*, Karl Krueger en- I Jane Morrison Other presentWUP with a party ,for her little t !ml- riAt. A

"J tallied Tuesi} nlll1tth! I I' lends The kiddies played
Olhi Bunted' Joyce Eden-
,innei" part) honoring Mi" and games and enjoyed a beautiful
held, Patricia and Oloila Huncjck -
's John Dunscombe 01 Fortlderdall' pink and blue birthday cake.topped .
Cool) Mann. Martha Peno -
:, \ Other lesti were with eight pink candles ,.wweK.c' ,
in. Evelyn Reit. May AliceDiLuicli
or and Mrs James Heibi served' with ice cream and little
( ileiln Betty
(1'1111'1'i and Mi and Mrs T J. decorated cups of nuts and
Wood Joan Wllev Visiting
I 13.ittei'fieldMFJIinmST, randy Favors were balloons.
1 lul'lo'el't', Oeotg'i Evans Eldene!:
o lIes:s were Linda Lillian and
) Valuta Mutiny
Smith. Rains and -
/ \UOMrNVHIT ::\ Bo\d Visiting mothers alldIl'lrndll Lois Black Mabel Jean McDonald

: \\ till lilt. )MOKTON Included Mr. J, PBiikesle. Tommy Scotti and her sis-.

Tile Mdhoclist Worn ins' Soeely .., Mis Oarland Eden teis Gloria and Sandra Marlottl M

J mil 1 Christian Semen i wc-it f U'Id. Miss Olney Eurlt Mrs Mrs Mariotti was assisted by
pinned T iesdaMtl 11 Mrs James Black ana Mis Vernon -
an Merle McCullough Mrs. E P

11-dny neitint al t the 1 home -: :\fUC\l'I'ln\ and daughter, and Mi' McDonald.. Performing a Community Service. .

Dr, Abbott :\101':011: 01 l Ih"' Soul I h Oi..,nt Leek who Is organizing nni

"ol'k i The moi' i nt. I 11"\11'\i aver ""> "i' Olil scout Troop of girls :MKND: MKS IIIVSONLMI

pent fwin; l 1"1 'liI'I ,"Itttcl: 15 rear\ :: of age and oldei Mis ::' .KT\IN\ \T liltllH.F;

1',1701111' lillo ..cl b\.J cored infield I led the girls in sing- Mi and Mrs Bernard Hlnson YOUR NEWSPAPERTHIS

.F.-.. m'Ml's' Bozonc announced entertained Tuesday evening ,
that i dining National Scout week with a bridge party at their

;", ('IJI'I'N! dish supper will be home in Eldoiado Height

PIANOTUNING '. 1'"rci at the Woman's Club on Guests included Mrs Claude

'l'Ie'clay I Oct 29. Plrtle Mrs D. L \\llllain. Mrs

Lon Tyson. Mrs Ralph Chandler: ,

m.N-U>I; (.IUH'I'Jf and Mr and Mrs, Arthur Bower- IS NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK-A time
I Prizes for and
tl E rum ing high low
scores were won by Mis Pirtla
('limp] t te. t.n I ,,, "I, l 'I:, 'I'I Ie',1"1. DIP Teen-Age group met Sat- and Mis Bowel ing and Mr for rl"cognitioiof the part played by America' newspapersin
\\ I I '1// (lay night at the Stuart Civicc'ntrr
I 1 'i FIII"II'i t 'I' 't lima' (- '
Bow and Mr Hlnson
\ More than 160 younllP"pJl' ei Ing( I
ill.Phntle n .
/ Flirt I /I'n "rr" ( 1 were piesent Mrs L, Ash- I service to their reader Newspaper are ".trf'eb of
!III ;, b\' Arbol\asl. assisted by Mi'*, Mr. and Mis Arthur H Chap-

"I' Carl Roth and Mrs L. D McEliiish pelka, who have been vacationIng -

were chaperones Regis1l'lng in Cleveland, have retttl'l1edto fact," thoroughfare which carry the new of communities

Frank'sMusic the jounn folks were Mrs their home descent Point

F) :M Kramer and Miss MamliSniote Lodge, on St. Lucie Crescent
Others assisting In-I I --s.-- the: nation and the world into your home. Your

House cl idul( tilts Bernard Tillman Mrs. Irma Hiipfcl left Tuesday !

:Mi ,ind !Mrs :Marvin Rowel). Mriii morning for her home In New
fart" I'I't t I I'lIAT , newspaper render indispensable service to the home-
) Mrs: Robert GIII'I1E'I'nd: Mr York CltMi > ,

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'lJJiI&_.. 1 .. and Mrs C C Blown en- maker, the wortcT! the businessman It i ia the crossroad
itiialnod at dinner Sunday at

i their home on Seminole Avenue I

Announcing OuLst were Mi and Mu Gene where customer: meet merchant, learns his story, buy his

Lewis. their daughter Mrs Ray

Brown and children of West

That"DUGANS" Palm Beach good It is a leader in your hometown, a champion of

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Mrs Herman Reitz, who has
I democracy, the voice of the people.
been In New York City returned

\w her home Tuesday morning

Capt Rt'ltz111 arrive soon on

"The Friendly Spot In The Post Office Arcade"' I I his bunt the Sallfisher

Ha Been Purchased ''I Mr and Mrs--a--. George Webster

: ol Eldoiado Heights" hail as their

By 'guests Sunday Mr and! Mrs TheSTUART .

Frank Conklin of Chicago and I a

B. E. SMITHand 1! Miami i I

I Miss Bcigllot Nielson, returned I
Monday morning from a short
will be known a*
vacation in New York City and

resumed her duties a.s supeilnttndant NEWS

: "SMITHS" I !. of Martin.. County Hospital -

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J Your Continued Patronage Will Be Appreciated I Luther Damron went to Jacksonville -
Tuesday morning to consult -

: I Dr. Shaler Richardson with j .

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+ CIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART. ) News items I\ms.TnAC'fllf\RT'fN.s office for this before TELEPHONE paper noon must on 300 reach Wednesday the Editor newspaper I

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ITORK SHOWER I State Leaders of Florida Federation Cadet C. B. Arbogast Jr. left Mr and Mrs. George W. Green -I t'I

''I 13051. o'Da' >' surprised Sunday for Charleston S. C. to of Atlanta Avenue. are prolonging
with a stork continue hit studies at the Citadel their visit with their son "
'fdne.day'dt Eau afternoon at I Convene in Panama City, Oct. 9-10 alter spending a week with, and daughter Mr. and Mrs John I jC-/: \ .

'''r 01( \11,, Clarance Red- hU parents at their home 310 L Bertolet. in Reading Pa., to
he Indian Town road :MRS 1,. J. :MiCAITREYPresident --:- Oriel Drl"eS:. Lucle Estates.. I celebrate a long delayed family I w d '
,,110. were presented In of Florida Stark. Is reunion of all their children and I
lull\ ((1c.orated doll car- Federation of Clubs :Manager Editor of the house guest of her sister. I grandchildren The Greens planto
reftlimenu' were served \1 """ The Florida Club.oman Mrs t L. Harrison, of Riverside return to Stuart about Oct. t t .
11 > f
It, Reddish Mrs. Carl f Park S, j I
H Reddish ji
Mi r R -- -- i Ji
:W Simmons. Mrs. Joe 'ft+14' sThe !Mr' and Mrs. J. Y. Harper have Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clark.
Mi-!, mini Pcterman, : returned to their home In Riverside and son Jimmy who have been i .
Sirn( Reddish Mrsfla' Park from Toronto. Canada, house guests of her parents, Mr.i
mil.. Mr Clyde Oale when, they spent the summer and Mrs. Roscoe H. Rollins, of 63 I

ano also visiting their son and St. Lucie Crescent, left yesterday II .
.HIP. ( L.\SS MEETSFrlenn'.flip daughter-in-law., Mr. and Mrs. morning for their home In Paris I l lI .
class of the Maurice Harper at their home Ky. y
'in ST Thomas Ontario. I
Sunnn. school enjoyed '.,' __ --
,hl"> t">'? !ICI' cream party '; ', Mr und Mrs O C. Mahaffty II
"v ,,1, ..I.C,] .it the homed ,;': J "MrO L. Edrnfteld. president arrived last week from their I \
.', M')' t c Klckllter. >f ni Parent Teachers Assoclati'ir home In Orlando to visit their \

hi* ...I i lit' (evening were Y. has announced that Oov. many friends! made during the I
\ ( &ji.ard! : F Caldwell proclaimed years they: lived here and< are :
plant October as P. T. A. enrollment -
: ".t, stopping at the Stuart Villa
month in Florida, and called
up- I
I T1 --inn Home made :: i -
I. >I. ah citizens public agenciesand
; i"
)1nu ikt were served. ; .. William BUI* Mitchell has returned I
/ civic
orgaElzatlona to cooperate -
) were Mr. and from his home In Wl1l-
present I ; ii
'mal H.<\slip. Mr and I ..... : .. : :. i.' the Stuart All of the teachers In lamsbur Pa., here" he spent i
schools have enrolled I jptt
1'01. r Ireland. Mr. and I the summer. and has resumedhis iI
\\. :' Mr and Mr*.. ,I 15.803 Florida women who> Guardia. >i Nc" York md John ICO per cent Mrs. Marvin Ro\\'- position with the Stuart I
T are members 01 the Federated Stalls rwoo'cc ell membership chairman, has I
Maria immandei
nev M md Mrs I 01 News
Clubs of the state will receive' 'hi' American I.iiciiiMr -parted more than 220 pledged f / '
vi\ and Mrs. Earl ---. -- -
this week the first issue of Tht > McCaiin-. members I
Mi, nl Mrs A. C tate president -
\irR Cross, Florida Clubwoman to be pub- oi the t Federation ,is editor- -- .HAT A DIFFERENCE Hi tZo ii. toL{ r
;PMOIM:: I'" Mis* A.C O Pitt- lished' under the administration "i-chiei! and Mr Mildred White Mr and Mrs H. O Bishop of I PAINT MAKES IN Jot rI

; > ,1 i i J' O'Day. Mrs. of Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey as president Welle a former! president is For Lauderdale ",'ereIieelt end ourt: LIVING ROOMf "I ( '
managing editor The ., Mi and Mrs. L. : publication I
torn! J :
If 1 ,,' RcPhil Max- With a new cover printed' In office Is at DeLand where, Mr and Mrs Neal Bishop I tit .!_ ..
green and gold official colors of the magazine! is printed by the oi Atlanta Avenue .& ,
the state Federation the maga- T'opUal Publishing Company of I t Il lore .Ilan Vine oLlveS foJJAMLJNiinY J/is
zine for October is dedicated to which Mrs Wells is ovner Ig
run\ SlUT: ; t t
Peace and International Relat- The October Clubwoman car- !
fsb\i(, .Women's as- ions and presents a series of ries an announcement of a meet- REALESTATE .
:n" I n-sday at the articles these : ; JIAVCIKIETEVERYTHING
on topics vuttten hog of the board of directors of Painting
liUina! and Miss especially for The FlorIda Club- the One-Day
Florida Federation of Wom '
in. i (Kpola ave. Miss woman by such national leadersas en's clubs to be held at Panama j, With w lhlftt..p.i...nAna i fj
., r i qr' I ItY troth.
tJt 111, noted'.heine the"IndIa.pro-' Harold Stassen. former gov- Clly: OP October 9 and 10 whena ,. h.: nt Nt end< bni w.th hm.."k'....1, i on your bock when you wear this 'brou .d'
mi ernor of Minnesota' : Herschel .program for the tvi-o-jear admintetratlon -
J a (,">: 1 had charge of : Gallon $2.75 wool slacks OVER blouses
Johnson of the state department will be formulatedfor jersey jacket.WITH ,skirts |jeans,
110",1." 1"i 11.' former major Fiorella La- the state's club With. f
,fleas, noctlng will be ____n ___ ____ women (I Freshen Up sweaters, dickies and-on and onl! Colors kelly C50
Enamel I'
Waterspar ; $ r
th '!) of Mrs. C. A. ; twmturc. e eI
Ti .pl'' H.irmsI Dr. and Mrs. J.. A. Newnhamof Mrs Lou Hill Foster. County (, F.Aalr,.i t.be.'V.. savors"ruodwnlnr'hie.prer-.nrhu-r ., green,cherry black,lime,blue, yellow, aqua, gray.. : .

: ,,. I day's meeting West Palm Beach spent' Mon- | School Supervisor} has taken Investments i Quart $,::60 .

M! H 11 immer. Mrs. day In Stuart on business and rooms (for the season with Miss NOTICE- :

L u Mrs Llllle calling on old friends Vii glnla Michael of Riverside New, Life to Flooa! >;tmrP .1 ,

. ,i I""i ]1'1.i 0 Freeman -- Sales and Lilting Through r >d rlrthae or...... on Alatr.wan h.oeumo
A i .Lu. Mrs. GeorgeMr Miss Mary Louise Sloan arrived -j iDr.n. out Martin County k My'e $1.20 We Will Be Closed All Day Saturday, Oct. 5
I .\ 1 Maxson and Saturday from Nashville. ; ftr and Mrs John Dunsombe Quart

.n I II 1,1 Tons where she spent the summer arrived Saturday from Fort W. B. TILTONKrueger .
to vIsit Miss Mary E. LaJderdale to spend a week with, J STUARTHardware STUART '
JEan I I.o(1 i Forgy ands ,
Shackelfoid hit parents Mr and Mrs?Carroll Building -
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: AJ.i :It;< and Emallne '
( >. : Ooshen.I -- Dunscombe of Riverside Drive PHONE 4.
u001 i Mrs Helen Aspinwall of West 161 Co. !
I: ... 1! at Emerlta St. Lucie Estates. t"
Palm Beach was the over night
111 s. alls PoInt. t
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. I
guest 1 .
., Mrs. O R.DIke--; daugh-,. tit .
t. "m to spend Stanley Hitching I y. e -.--- -- !y .,
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Martin : ter. Rosalie, of Miami arrived ; a
iI last Wednesday to visit her E
I after spending the summer
C Mr. w illiam Howe of at their home In Salem Va.. mother. Mrs O H. Donaldsonof If
') C, ;I.. arrived last arrived yesterday for the winter. Monies:
tv 'j" Ii :heir second I Capt. and Mrs Harold F .- .
PaIn, ( I't Kelley returned Saturday; to The Rev. R. M Fenton hi '"
their home In the France Apartments father. and niece who, have beei. .,
roMr. H"lph I IanI They spent the summer vacationing in 'Maltland Nou.(

Friday visiting In New' York City his Scotia returned last Thursday
lidlanui ,r Ind to morn-I mother In Maine and at Cape Rev Fenton resumed his preacn
'ne Cod. Mass. Ing in St. Mary's church Sunday -
I .
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Charles L. Burgreen who. na
been preaching at St Man -
Y church during the summer ieii:'

Saturday morning for Riviera ::..,
rre to take charge of the St. Oeorg.'
Mission and will be curate oi
{.. : Me MwRIL{ {YNOC.r/, Holy Trinity In West Palm Beach
-0-- Stuart Tig ers

Mr and Mrs. B E. Smith. whir

I bought the Cross business in the ,
/i" :7 / "Strike him out. I Ij Post Office Arcade. and their i
residence on Akron A\enui
want to get down to see homt .
have moved into their new vs.Melbourne
.; : : -- 0 -- .
(y7rs Taylor about a newsweeper
J. J. Clack arrived
Mr. and Mrs
I t for my wife's after spending the summer
N.5f" ;
'b In Butler N. J.
\Sy d/ birthday." __ ,
\ =.. 0 -
t\ aL ,' I Mr and Mrs H L Snyder ul i
.... the Majestic Apartments entertained !
.-may .:-.s Sunday his nieces Mrs 'I
I F S. Le Cain of Miami and Mrs. ,I'Bel'l
Britten and son. Bert. ofi I II

I Fort Pierce. who spent the day ;| FRIDAY
with them to celebrate Mr Sny-| Community"y
qWC SERVICE & der's 79th birthday. I

PAIR COMPANY Mrs Carrie Scott, after spending -
the summer in Miami Beach | Stuart High School
J, U. "Kil.w.H" T.yUr A vllle and with has returned her son to In Stuart Jackson-to ;:

E 301 DEMON IUILDING resume teaching music to a limit- r
I ed class of pupils She is In residence '

at. the Flamingo Hotel. REMAINING SCHEDULE;

Oct 18-Vero

Oct. 4-Melbourne at Stuart Oct. !Clewiston

rest Palm Beach Directory Oct. 11-Titusvillc At Stuart Nov. 1-Delray



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I .. .. i t ,\ 1 A1. 5n ARTLq. c, STl' U1T.Ja'Un County, n.oarl', 'fnl'n-p.t.! r. ,)( r a a41F. .
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j President and the Board of Directors. ""

mhc Stuart Nr\v ClMiirhcs New Members Revised ConstitutionAnd Section 7. The salary and other) ,",., ,
Proposed '
'I.: N&tu manager shall be specifically desijmiit. ,,1, ,, V,
, .. . To in \\'ot''J' Communion well as the K'' \
....''''' (,., Join Director! as compt'n""flO''" rt
I'' ', : 141 By-Laws for Chamber HereARTI'IY other employees of the Chamber" of ('lIn'I' ,, ?''II,' :' "I'.' t

R R' :: hrd! 'r' .r Th'1r' -day att' \..... -- capacity employed and no person shall 11., lf !
4 ...if1IIIrt. "fInC":11\: Florida: '1 : I Ii. ''
:: f in '
to employ anpt'r&on any capacity n.,"< ,,, ,1'J',:\;:
I '.v : Da;>, Nr\v;. Inc., a '; 1 !I j I' 11\ L t ? .pt'
: { IJ : ONE for the
I I I ( -" li r ? : .,, \ I ly provided approval) a"j) ,,| ., ,'II''
,. "-" Florida! corpo st l"J1'" ,!1 rlf. 111 Objects made at a meeting of the Doard of Din) ,, '. t
hi Pv
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( "' r.- .gyred ;os .e. ,'n 'Till 'iii' '. i. 1'1' -j Section 1 1. The Chamber of Commerce ARTICLE FIVESection
4. .1' objects of this
: :
.- t. 1 4 alter :at thi pert office! at I .... '
is o) Sfiart, Florida, under the Acts Yn "'- ; ,i"", -I '" ", .'-41. !\.", "..1... .n addition l to> si-ch a* play enumerated. in the Articles 1 1. The President shall apt' ,'',,, =1' ,
.it incorporation shall) be business. 'except the auditing committee siibu.t) ,1'5!
H to )prow.the "
: of March a, 1879.A \ '
) FREE PRESS / t\r\ ( t \\f 1'Y' i ii .;.n'erest of :Martin County Florida a* well" fent'ra'. upbuild- Ittht'' Hoard of Directors mlt. !

:14 YBARS OF SERVICE: ': -. r'lc.QIJIJ i'tc and improvement) of th1 civic interests of the com- ], Section 2. The President shall MOM ',. ,
= .1l1nit, ... 1 committee at a meeting! of the (Sham!,". > ,; ,,: ./
and .
n. Rtnr I I' Cr. x'.1' layer's"R .Ii I' '
f \ *' 'h' v P- ". V1 flr t nt Section 2. The nrtiviJir.- this Chamber of Com nual I meeting. The Chamber may pii\|, \, ,, 'I' J'on
A FREE PEOPLE ",'sr ". "' ails ,. Aprilr.. be n-ec.ional. non-sectar- ,
1' M. a .I! 'h. 0" !*.. ...... with SUN neree non-partisan. and 11
y vhoh Th. T m .nn, .oll4.t 4 c.iv.i.h >an and shall take no part in nor lend influence in any auditing) committee to examine and :a, ,.| >- i ,: ,
: .. ', I :" ,' txiir '-2W *'
= accounts of the Treasurer' Secretary ., ,, ,
i.ilitical, election candidates \1.)
'! or
> or appointment is per.ans
j' ,.. ., Hli ..... .. '. 'ho O 7 I: close of the year's business and ,xtr) '
....... .. 'h, T'to .0 o. I >. seeking State. <<':Coiintv City or National office, or repm-' 'I,, ,1*
C ; I 1 .
,. .. : II I subordinate offices in. such : Board of Directors and to the ChamU-i I ,
_. to govern-
........ 'I (j ,, ,11v;
,. FI'WI": ", ., ""' '''If'' "" iidits.)( Xo member employed !1"I'> holding official elected ing.I
t r n' > -1 A ," .." ''''- .<:: dike under City County or Federal Government may be i Section 3. Meetings! of commit" <'., .a
SUBSCRIPTION: RATES -- lected to any office In tl.is. organization' or be a member any time by the President! or bv n-" ,?, t
/ ,. :--- if t the Hoard of Din.dors.APTTCL. committee
Section 4. The President and S..I .
;: { TWO i (hsl,
1'r' r ; Officio members of all committees, uni, ,
y1). ,.. 1 1 I shall VBf
'0 .f.1I ten /11A Section Member: inth t Chamber of Commerce!
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MI.MP.ril' Ir TOE .vcn-I.ttto; PRESS! -- 'f1'll'oI' to.,\ ': ''It' composed of any r.i'' er or person of the Caucasian ARTICLE SIX

-.-. -- -- -.- .' -- -- .\ "' race 'I A omnwl" al.! industrial .id ch ic of Martin County.Florida Section 1. The annual meeting 1I>! > I ..
Q" : progress ?
o.opo.. .
jocaci==: locaoe OCO .. __ v r. ,ship ot this Chamber of Commerce I .m.
and any firm rr corporation shall be eligible formembership. ;
\ M second Monday in October.
Worthy of Meditation ,
of j//) 4 Seition 2. Any dextrin' to obtain membershipin Section 2. Special meetings .of. i ti I ... ,
OOOC::=o=o= person m
ococ::=OCOC o called ,
this Chamber of Co.-nn.erce shall make application in ship may at any time ui| > ,, \

"The voice of a weakling it .eldom h.ard-and I -Ill'h form as may be I'I' -scribed' by the Hoard of Directors fifteen members or upon vote of th<-H I; uJ.,
4'.R iI '
less often he.d.d-at the conference table.. For Section 3. Xo member shall ,If,, ,
i Il'om( ( time to time.
fueee, we mutt be Doth powerful and wise." I"I,, ,".. ,"'" "l'"', ",",' ,"''"" "h'pp'',t 'In,! ,," ,' "'\V?" ", d" ", ,'I'n' ,' '' ""uhy 1)111Inthe( nre Section :3. The ihu of any firm, corporation or I private more than twice nor longer than fit ,;, 1

General Jonathan VV inwright. .,. ,, ,. on any single subject except by tw.rresent. .".-' "
,I .r '.1,'' r ,1",1001.1.1. .1,1'h' 11 I OJ' II I "rl.Alyrn member (*hall he "t by. the Hoard of Directors.Section ,
I'' 'I''' II... \t, tI.,,' ,, I(1"'I"I ,,, \ ,, '!"l'", ,hrouJlh ..1' :3A. Prim .' membership.\ Any '\ of theCaucasian !, .
) i pernm
COURT REVERSES ,'. f'r' I I I I "I'' "'I' ''I 1 ,. II '01 I"'L, In 4 ) I'I Section 4. Xo one but a mt'ml" .
I. I. BOARD LAND ACT ,. 'I'h race intern) 'I; in the civic I progress! of Martin
I"I I ., :,1'I' 1\ I I t j'' ""r"' r i "-In Ii ( Chamber except by an invitation iVon,, '' ) '..

Of partc'liar'' : ,," -' :" I.dd II1 :"t! lj.u'll't, Part County. a majorit'ote of members presentSection
.. -- Section. If any mon.bei ShAll fail to pay dues within
Authll..It-ul'' Ir-" "t; \\0.,1'\! I % '!11' 'It't'I"/ rc:===0=0.000OOQ0===: OCO "ii( days after the "uitH' ,Iii' and payable written notice 5. All resolutions shall h, ,-.
loll 'l
here hi F': i.- .
\I ;
1 ? et, : :,manimllu! d..j.illll i 11ft'' be presented for the approval It'th. I
such delinquency shall >< '{veil by the Treasurer and i iteh :
] I4'
't.loridu' 1:, r :' I .11 th"roe's, ''d% Ul'iill\tI.\ hurt th.. NEWS and COMMENT before being submitted to the Cham'' .
dues are not paid .' ,.h'> ten days, such membership\ "
,. '
I iJlht I? : )1'"' al d 0// '. ;"1'' .I.tairl ''11m''I'Jlt'd! ItI'l'U" ARTICLE SEVKV
tlI', ...., ; .. ... ay be forfeited ,by HP'-on' '.' the Hoard of Directors.
li.t. '. "n; ;:thall' IOhhlinin til!,' tlO'( the sub.nlergt =0-'0=OLOCO'OG0- .4 1i NominationsSection 1
:Section: 5. Any m, i.ib \r may resign: In writing to th'
'd 'a'I-: .1.'ail1iJ.j .1'misi, !'I'"m tht' $ of
: tatt
Flol'id.1' 11 : % i IN TilE; ( ,.a1UFthi) moining) I winched a metallic. ',lard ol Directors I I-n an.- ignation> made after I pay- 1. The President at the' (" i

.ent of dues shall nil1. ', rch' member refund tember shall appoint a nominating con '
to ;I'
Mi'-Li-" ''ii : h. abort I twice! the size ni 1111 urdinary househ" not any
1', )'n'l' r .hh, ",I fill ht ,.
mast .eluted from th, dues in advave. three members two members front tl I I. v
i n1
\\'a' .\ '\ < !' stationary in shaft of sunlight. Its wingsnv Ilaid cone
; .i' n I till 1' :s. F.IIJlin. "rf' 1I1j.$ a\ / member from the Hoard of Dire '
Sect 6. Any m be- 1 ay )be expelled for cause by
'. .. ;";;r '. 1"1." I 1'1''''' 'm..nt R"al'! I I. cnrrentll, ) vr"mgii fast that they were practically invisible. ,.solution passed ,b.\ < v -t'-'id.< of the entire Doard of Section 2. It shall be the duty "ot! ", 'llinr; ;

eekll.4): 'a u,,, 'i n' :0'1.: I.dl', Inls. Jli"tl'lct at ml yet it held it< position in the airV hen the notion )Vectors at any niov.i.u-. '. 'ed for this purpoae. Such mittee to nominate one member frol'b\)

1'1' :--t o..tl'-. .: th I I ,. f 1'"Urt' d"l'i.i' :; i jXI't'Itt'd i,ik it. this "helicopter l fly", zoomed away on hu-incx' <- :, ember shall be notlr'.d" I > i 'ie intention of the board toinsider good standing to the following offlci I 1". ,' ,lf

I ,u I''' ] :.' : 'II' frlOl"Th I his own then came swiitly back and hovered I one ? its expulcior/ nn i4'.o machine made hman has worked .
:n ever ( *
:r I,1'') m' ( :. ,a"t-I ulIl'on.titutilll1ltl II 81'el'.al this > i a hearing! befuie' !the i"'>;.r.I: but shall not be represented. six Directors and present these nam. w' r

.: AI' I 'h.1 1t.J: 1 I . d t ,. giving th.. TI'tl.tet. III' th..lItpl'l'.1 erfectly as ''o professional! ('0\11':1.' ,! P-(.-- ; yv. of such resolution. shall. meeting of the Chamber prior to it ;(cc'

Im'I''m! .. ,I 'Iw right t tr.. .sell ;and com'to; o-o-oI <\'thorn:: other act on ire' !I',t'I' .,f the !Uoard of Directors... officers: and dlrt'ctoand\ at Ihl'p( .
'It,1111 : I SOMETIMES WISH that 1 had the ,patience! President shall ask for nomination-, ;
alldWellH l ,I d' and! dUI'k Betel"ped in thtndlu } annul!( such membership.ART1CLK:,. }
Hi' 1' ;t t F..I' I'. ,Iy, the FUI1 Pierce Fnlncin5.old ( to know more about insed/ Some of them I live such ( THREE !each office separately' and each flu- me
well-ordered lives, and fieir degree of independence -hall all!I nominations' that '
1'1 -t.. (IlI1"!' c, Hoard! directorsSection | accept !! ai (
and self-assertion is remarkable
election shall be held immediatelv' >
Th. lIl'r. n1. (C ,.-ion.ustatn4'dt! I..n, (COllnh 1 1. The bodies; : the Chamber of Commerce II
o-o-ot'P I '
The shall
1 'in ..' I ,01" 1 Iiq! : ,.101, the J. .h.. had ; ately. correct proceedure i Pn
: ?r1 n"i hall; be conducted I.Jthe. K'-'Ai of Director and throughsuch
THE SOL'TH[ FORK rrcentlv. Treasure Islamlream1'i.nlng .hall ask the chairman the ,. f
( near -mf
I ilth' ,, I ,"', \ ,t' led! land d. t4''. .,I...''I by thl committee as may bi fn time to time designatedbv none !
from a skiff along the banks. I kept notic the committees nomination for pr'' i
oml'l.\, ,,' l'.t t ... Z1nO0nou.
? u 11 the The Directors shall be
president. Board I.t!
ng) the papier-mache nests 01'wasps cunningly: contrivei'! composd nominations from the floor. After i> ". "nu
A\" ,'l n. .. ,. ; "r, t I. I I B: 'al'd had l'lInt"l"i,.d! that the in the underside of palmetto leaves In the hardest tropi < I ni>( twelve members. six of \. :horn shall be elected annualy closed immediately hold election fee' a
G !sot t .1"01.t' l: in effect thllt the hereinafter .
): 'lint Stat .f provided for. .
al rainfall would remain beneath those tinue "
.. they dry greet this procedure until all officei-
I nuld' -.' aIa r'ol'l. t"11'ront imprmcUvltta! and Section 2. The six elt.crn' members of the Doard of '
.imbrellas. been elected. A member being <' I '"rfice (
that I ." 1 I-.Ind. 101' II Bay: and rites bottoms. cl1lll(1I Directors of thin Chamber. of Commerce shall be named upon .
0-0-0 be nominated by the commit' '> "fi
I II' f' .. .I' "'V 'I 1 .( I lets. i.nd designated in the follow :ng manner. ,i may
SOME DAY. I thought I will take time to study Tor any !succeeding office.
II ", .', Section :3. Each Director shall) be nominated
I' ,' :
"mpany'" lawytis. ('trntl'l'pol'hal l
sit still and watih them learn hat i ARTICLE: i d
just \\
,. ... ., asps try
!. th. and elected cute from the floor secretballot.
by a majority by
in .
1 ; t. area que.ti0n. i.
makes them tick-and n'jout: that time my head Section ]1. All voting shall' be I In( f
;tau j 1 1: !t"I'! ': ruwy of Florida'port deeln .
brushed against especially large leaf'pro- hall be allowed. A majority of the
'' ., II 'J! nJ'nt. mlHlp bt' 1'it'ate lan(1 an palm j Section. Any member in food standing shall be
whopper 1)1'It neat Out ] -titute election.
tecting they an
a wasp swarm ,
".t1 I. eligible to be a director! prohibited otherwiseby
t..l I us
od. the biggest wasps I've ever seen, and before I I Section 2. Voting: shall be by nu;: '
I '11"U !L, I I. 1 'i"l'ult" Judge ('." \\' t these bylaws.Section members *:''
: "I'Jlt. could get away from there one gave! me a dose' oft'11e j shall cast more than on. << '
1Vh1'I I .' !""rt 1'' ," :1 I .. .' (' declared :5. The annual! election of officers and directors ,
: ; ''urt ,
"I'I't'm on the forehead, I left that spot, all thought: of [ ship paid. Person to whom m.'mhf't! !
;,.. '. ,, .. ,' hall be held, the :'nd Monday' in Oct-Iher and those Ill'
t .t 01 I I l.t 'i"J I !l f I'ratp 1 I1'ltllt'r', a. (Ii- ..t lId'lnlt.II)>!I dismissed! and for an hour nurseda signed! shall vote alt individual mem'1' ,
',VI1' ,. : mot'.l. i' l.t1trtl\.ntlnn elected shall take office at ti"n"xt!. rey.ilar meeting.
.H" !: it ) ; swelling/ big a? a pullet egg; IIbomy right J Section :l. The nominating comni. or
., .. I Section 6. Any vacancies\ ; which occur.. in th.
\ 0 .tJtll .: r.o.Iy!. eye i may: .ne member in good standing to *1I' '. ..> ref

I: ; t,, -i.n. .. ,.:.lIin.t the financing. Cam, 0-0-0 Beard of Directors ch.ill be refilled as specified) in Article 1U7! ut President! Ted Oughterson/ wi 1 'lalll

I'an; II ..1I' .. ,"'' n spell for title to man'ocre WASPS ARE MORE independent than rattlesnakes.A :3. Section 3. I I I Ioi Article One. Section Two of these liv- 'p *r
Section 7. At all eWtiona! for members. of the Board
,. .
: al..1' I ,, 'd' 11' bp yetrl, in the Stag! man will return and kill a rattlesnake that ha* struck! Directors i cedure nominating and electing 1 in(,' < "\'
and all meetings each member )I
lit membership
and., ':' !I. ,, I ?.1' .,, .old other hardship would ,ut him. but he does not go back to destroy the house of I used a* hereinbefore ordered 1)I. i I' >v
personally hall lie entitled) to vote
present one except as
hI' ,
ea : oj I 1'.1 r. .ul.h lund along all the I the wasp that stung: him. Two.

a\'llCa! '. -" '', .lfI]. "I 1 1" ., "'", 0-0-0 prohibited heretofore or hereinafter. I Section 4. Any officer or direi-'oi I ,,'II1?
Section 8. Five member/ of the Roprd of Directors I '
Pub : )i.jal-! illl .I.'r' thisst. "f, port authol.iti. I IN TilE STILL mornings fishing our black water hall/ constitute a (plo' 'um. serve as an employee of the Chamli.! i
and muni. -.andl'l I.", ,'I! dtlal..cllnhphapp. F"'Ui, Section Six and Seven
} lakes when their surfaces are like polished" onyx, Section 0. The meeting of the> Board of Director and
that the to.[ '.it ( "urt i't' : ,"I lilt. :o'tlJlreme Court of Flol'- it is interesting to watch the little water bugs dartingall his!'! Chamber of Commerce ,shall be held at least once i ARTICLE !'

ida have judl'iv!! idmini t>- d l common sense and well over the surface Reduce yourself in mind to their each month on such dates: and at such times as the Board I I Section ]1. Xo disbursements" of 111' 'i'
I reasoned justic.. in 1 this most and I Chamber of Commerce shall I be. mait': l li
mportant! far-reaching size, and it is apparent that they are going along at .tf Directors shall) determine!

unanimous decision Too. t the ..dieial checks. and balance* a I'eloti.peed. as great as that of outboard racers. Section 10. Special meeting: the Hoard of Directorsmay i, unless the same shall have been appr) '' rd.r\
set by forefathers the Board Directors mimi1." '': 'm
by of and
up our aghinst( unconstitutional enact- 0-0-0 a
be called at tine; by the President. ,
menu by legislative bodies flu te been applied in the" good '. AND THEN THERE are the clouds: of tiny gnats that Section 11 The t I"e-iuut at the end of his. term of I[' same, and all disbursements" mud. I r""ircountersigned '

old American stay {gather for some mysterious reason in spots of quiet office will automatically .become a Director in'the Chamber only, which checks shall be signed i h. .', olsenrl' ,
air the water. hover and dive and \. by the President or n '
over They they zoom of Commerce for < I ne; year.ALY1CLE. Pre,
THE STREET LIGHTING SITUATION !and dart, evanescent little flecks of life in the su light. j| the County of the President! by one ot" \ >
FOURSection Section 2. Xo committee of the t'1)!> ''I "v!
Who knows much of anything about them ? They are I
Dolled down to its essence. the street lighting proposit) mysterious and wonderful 1. The officers of the Chamber of Commerce ber thereof shall contact any debt in r 'p'' ''nI'any ;' ,

ion presented. to the (City of Stuart by the Florida Power 0-0-0 shall be a President, t First. 1'ice-Preeident, a E'cond'ice- j in manner or to any extent. ii'n' 'm' I

&: Light Co. is. : I STRANGE TOO. tire the water spiders, long- President, a Secretary .(nd a Treasurer, all of whom shall I1 liable for the payment of any sum, m I ''I' .am,

((1)) To add 26 more wi''a!: locations f"I'111 i ad'i I legged delicate creatures that walk on top of the be elected annually b> the membership" of the Chamberof )j I have been approved by the Doard < i'lri'1' 'I'rs' I

ditional t45Ci per ,"','al'. ,! Commerce. Chamber.
water film with the speed and alacrity of their
((2)) To in'l'o'a.< e the candlepower of all white way 1 fellows on dry land. Now if a man could do that- 1A. Each offices is a member. of the Hoard of Directors ARTICLE 10

:lighting from 7'; ",. l.Vi; for an additional #150 per' year. well we nil know how wonderfully regarded Is n and is expected' 'o serve as "such. Any officer or I I Section 1. The proceedings of th. ''IIrnlJ a.' ?

((3)) To In. )I. a.,. t the number of overhead bracket certain passage! in the New Testament But why does director may be drouced for non-attendance at the discretion shall be governed by and conducted! Mm(.

lights to 105 and to increase. their wattage from 60 to''!I not the water spider get any credit for doing it. too? ( of the Board o. Directors. latest! edition of Robert's parliaments I t:)'"""

'::)0 candlepower i..r. approximately 890 a year additional. I', o Section 2. The President shall act as! chairman of the' ARTICLE 11 howb i

((4)) To place overhead bracket lights on poles. from'' MANY YEARS AGO made friend of an insect.I Board of Directors anr' shall preside at all meeting f the. I Section 1. All proposed amendmen( (I' '" ;ta'o

Roosevelt Bridge/ to t the Be",*ey Addition curve on the was camped on a lonely I strip of ocean beach down Chamber. He shall )pn I l-mn all/ duties incident to hi* office shall be submitted in writing to the Pr, -(deI'\

federal highway, and to increase wattage/ in such lights to Behind Peck's Lake and each morning, in the pursuance' and advise! such action i.,.* may be deemed by him likelyto I prior to a regular meeting of the Chamli'1'1 me'

250: : candlepower) a figure as yet unestimated.: 'ut'! the discreditable business in which I was then enraged increase the usefulirof* the Chamber. Section 2. The President!'! on recei'-mn' 1111 i
I had walk Section 3. The fii.t ->r :secondicepresident shall actn to the by-laws shall advertise in the lineal. ne
to and same
Item1 ; a mangrove! swamp : )
1 to :3 would cost about $.0o) andabove mi I
a over
last year's year '.t >mall sawgrass' swale to reach a high cabbage palm ; the absence of UH; President ; and in the absence or : one week prior to the regular meeting ot tn, tin
lighting cost (figuring a reduction in the ,
Usability of the thre i.firern i named member of the
a shall regular
nammock beyond. present same at the, next rnathn
lighting contract recently inaugurated ) and '
appear 0-0-0 oard of directors( shall I o caosen!'! to act temporarily. Chamber to the membership for action. A
worthy of consideration the (
if city find the
can amend
money. Section 4. The .epsuivr; hall receive and disbursehe t t''
Where the JUST WHERE the mangrove met the sawgrass/ of the membership present is necessary!
can city find around $60 a month to changethe .
funds of the Cham! 'Ire shall all
keep of th
framed across the natural opening of a marsh run, money these! by-laws. '
place present? badly-lighted/ town to a brighter and inviting( was the largest spicier web I have ever seen a marvel 'hamber deposited i" ii.- l uan'e. At frequent intervals hp Section :3.I All previous by-laws rule and mpertaining ("Of>

hall make reports to t'-ic: !boltrd J of directors which shall!! Chamber 'I I
of mechanical construction! with its giant /strands to the :Martin County 'd.
WE NEED MORE SPACE -FOR- BOATS and braces covering a 10-foot gap. Thousands!'! : of equire him to give accenU.be: bond in such sum as! the are hereby repealed and declared null and xo

jeweled dewdrops clung to every strand of web, board may determine 1.,1'I., the faithful performance of hbduties. I Approved as of .. '

The proposal to extend the present concrete municipalpier : accentuating its intelligent construction I I

another 12n feet into the river to make space. for an 000t Section 5. It ehall be thp duties of the Secretary to II 1 ..---.....-. ..,--

I estimated 26 additional craft thi,* winter seems a meritorious HALTED and was about to find a stick to knock keep minute books and maintain an accurate record of I President!

project. .>town the web and proceed when my curiosity got the the proceedings of the regular( nnd special meetings of the '-

With the present building material shortage it is practically lest of me. Where was: the marvelous spider who all /general membership. of this Chamber. He I shall be expectd -,j ............ ..- '
a certainty that the municipal yacht basin at the done in the Jungle had constructed this beautiful trap? to have the minute book. at each meeting and at the\! Directors

Civic Center cannot be built and put into service for at : snapped off a small dry twig about an inch long and' expiration of his term of office to deliver said books to the -

least, two years. ent it spinning with a twitch of a forefinger and thumb!: Doard of Directors. If in the discretion of the Board of I ARE THEY DEMOCRATS? o\'er\\h.h hIt

The "stop gap"! proposal estimated to cost between nto the web which it hit with such force that it vibrated i{ Directors, the manager may be directed to keep the minutes is a fact beyond dispute that, in an '

$6,000 and $7.000. would fill the immediate need and Out: from! a corner of the web where he had )been lurking of the meetings, rather than the Secretary. I majority of cases, negroes who offer too: ind ehmI '

would continue to be of service even in event that thei i unseen came a whopper of a yellow and black tropi1tal !t Section G. The Board of Directors shall at the first! I white primaries are all republican in mma" jh

yacht basin U built later. \ spider on the double pounced on the vibrating twig. i meeting appoint a manager for one year It shall be the such things as political minds. In other words

Contractor Ivan Taylor figure! that the extension '>it it, and wound it up with webbing to keep) it from duty of the manager to perform such general duties as may de one ,,'be)

'f conld be built and put into service' in 30 day, if he can :flying away be incident to hU office, subject to the direction of the I drright therle is a point on whichto negroes

secure necessary creosoted piling. Other material is locally: 0-0-0 I vote should be rigidly questioned by etheeyoireeras. :

available j I LAUGHED, forced a way around the web, and so he just walked over and looked at the shaking It should be ascertained whether or nv"e0yc rsa

Why not use part of the utility tax to build this dock'' went on. How smart he was to build the web and yet twig, thoroughly cynical nnd disgusted.ON and how long they have been / dament,

extension-or. better. "still, why not get the county to chip) how dumb to bite the twig For about ten morningswe 0-9-0 should be asked to explain at least the n are jo'cipals '

in $3,500 to the city's 3500. Certainly Stuart cleserve- repeated the performance, my Friend The Spider THE ELEVENTH: morning he wouldn't even budge' of the democratic party and if answers of vo''

: a greater share of the county tax money than has been rtceireil getting smarter all .the time. He showed less and to go investigate so I broke the web, walked on through factory they should be.denied the privilege

l : for improvements in the city. less!' interest in running oqt, and toward the end got and that busted up our friendship -E.L. I Jackl'onlilltll.(: .) Daily News.


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jjCHES CELEBRATE churrh with the Rev W O Aid
,I,' COMMUNION I ridge conducting the inc ihe OKI: ]12 month of peace di-tanc call origination hero ,-n Increased triffi,' dams th' in) ,rs 10 pick start shlnln! Ih'I!
to 10 41n\ n' PHONE CAllS IN
service.Dr. Mr Dumas revealed that new during peak month total 5A21: inter season vtlll find fewer up )ui exhibition\ .
churches will (ompam records have been set or SS'v oTer peak mo: 'h 11 .
:1 I ""UI1I\ C. A. Carrie) Presbylerlanpastor arts during busy hours withjrtler
: Wide Commun : during 1 IV a has returned 1111(>\ KI'\'I-> 134 1 %
,1't HIKE OVER signs and less obstruction
? 1 1'
cal 1 and l< distance calls
s "C'' al climaxing\ a al) months absence and will cull ng In Stuart local call avenge her private kindergarten 1111'
:inndled and m telephones added .f new at the intersection week her home Third
Imp i1,I I ",lism dust the morning communion about 4334 dally at present mbo << at on 'I
'ir' fIfn''' II\ Blackburn dis- service at the Womans club '40 STATISTICSStuart the Octal 1 for this period ID r t ..hi 'h fills a need in Stuart

,dent of theMethi Long distance calls made over IWO Off-the-record we hear that Facilities limit the number IIf

"pt'1I', rc'? the Miami The average citizen takes 305 Southern Bell telephone daring At present Stuart bat 5M tele- t''.e Stuart Drug Store Is having pupils but she may be contactor: j before We have the stressed Vital t1fIR".po..tan'e ]

', \1 r ,,j'h, ti the 7:30: p. in rides each year on trolly conches a recent month totaled '.- phooes an Increai. of ae ovt r affiufc: pains and mill expand by phone 83 U you have a font I tl of Sufficient ]J.
Stuart Methodist street ears and buses Area Increase Corresponds 480000 or about n* greater' the or Jive year old who needs com- I'
number .
In erric* to
rears jtuineM
space across: the front 1 Fire Insurance
--- With Demand than pumonship with other children
t in 1S45 and 139'IIMtn !
tu Over ago Since Pearl Harbor approximately ./ the budding as lOOn as mairrlals II on your home,
South Mrs has
----- than in 140 Davey specialized college l- e
140 telephone havebeen and labor supplies ease I with Valuations of
for this work
tPtdq Local calls made In Southern added to those In service
.. .. The demand for \telephones) In Bell up. her love of children prompts th- Real Estate Constantly
territory are averaging here despite continuing< material o 0
tin South: as related! \ to the work each year The hours an\ Climbing.
U per about S2fV daily W .
MARVEL ENRICHED greater &ortaa About 160 persons Bill of sate for equipment it I The same truth
rent UO111 service. U about from 9 to 11 :4}-with lunch anda $ applies
thin the dally volume in IMO are waiting. for terv-e in Sally Kitchen has been record- to Your Furnishings J

1l Sandwich ?,else that of any other region Since August\ 31. 1945. Southern StoatTiday. .tf!. !of,. and Mrt. Burris R Raulzraon rest period i Replacement .
11 the Cftintn\ President HalS.
Bell has added 240.-
nearly .
there: are mor than sold to Mr. and Mrs I costs are
Dumas' of Southern Bell TeicC 000 telephone, and In July of 2.M01IjO Southern Bill telephones Arthur )'f. Tyler This tnclurtc soaring. Think aI'P
11' BREAD C horn ( c mpim: announced to- this year broke all Company records FOR INFANTS
; appCca1c14. 'M&M tbe pool tables on the Flagler minute; Have you
111 lay by Increasing the telephones more that we. had on September :.fe atCKAlanne.r P. \\'111- enough Contents

; 16.Qz. Loaf In H .st.it en rut reviewing in sen-Ice by more than 1, 1O.'r. DanuutalA W. expect u-m of 430 East 102nd .t. New ALFAR MILKThe Fire Insurance If

Southern Dell poi(itions dui 37000 The average monthly York; recorded of he Loss
(1 gain more; than 2500(0 City purchase Comes?
Lain In Southern Bell telephone Best !Money Can Buy "4
telephones this year an all-Urn. Mi*. Little Beyers equipmenta e
.m.r.ttl m.rt 12c _.I according to Mr Dumas now I, rtroee. : bile drive-In lunch room n'i BUY BONDS I | -
,\ pore then'e.r' times the aver the IVderal highway 0 W .
More than 45.MO Southern
ANIaAGIIIG, ILA e ? "Of : a"<> fl ;.H5 jjd for the '
*r S presa'p'I.d
/ .t v. Sell men and women IIJAQ Cliipt sold the Diner at JenarNCoach ffrKind: of
tjl { \ ) l l <.0 1 14S6-:9J9. Alfar Creamery
.. : :: to Mr arc Mrs. L. J
ante' th.n at '.r-- erx of the! war.uM |fl Insurance
In Stuart. tl:e volume of toe- Cta&bte, That a the "
tk* popul i ittt WEST PALM: BEACH & .
If( early as many a* Phone 19 PO Ircade gig
LICIOUSI BREAD and )j'ng' difance calls ha also :: lunch room In the new
there in 1940. are r-orkln
1 were
456 Flamingo Dr. Phone till l
n0"]'aM-j; substantially! Long
. to achieve our main ob,tUves: )*nsc,1 Beach Home Sites sect-
PIES I / POUNDS 23\1\ : to provide telephone for thos. :i i>n the Indian river.
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i waiting: on the farm and in the
el I + city. and to expand our ion Mr and Mrs. Miles Cary who!
i ctistince acilitlr 'urcnased: the Virginia Roe- CENTRAL MARKET

KAY) GRAPES 2 35c IrtQ1uor' a-.t "More equipment mopeo- ..uck> apartments from 'Ir. and
LB, 'Where Rul ."
n II'' 1 '-- ple more of everything L bWn"* :.Irs. W. R Osborne. are pleased Economy

--- --- .- ",n rtw""r"', for YOUR home added :at fan a> powible! > furnish itb Stuart They seem' to \\t arc piiiud to report thai we haxe a lair supply cif I

LLOW till. Ncto' 'oke t''e. run r.1 rI lr_' toec"m rONMcs more and better ten.: .jon- i . :
to mo4e yow h'd" n:+c .Of tMtt' .10..t dc- OUST and lean to the inc most t lo meet demand in meal-
year- non
mat* $ .000-
I .r I .ear roan T"o r C'C 0. teof tins r n.ft. 'ppro: 17
Ilm S 5 24.c ear. ,deo. t"'MMd dc'I' 'n 'no W._... NM elTIIC 000 ,n expenditures (or acJi: 'ion- round tenant rather than sea II your favorite brand I is not on our shehes Mell u*" and'
, POUND BAGS camnuas KIINCI SoONITOSTyne .-nal rUltors ''fiII trlo han it there for, you. "
J 'oo 01 telephone aciHOr! wt1; >e requlr I
helpful idea ore "pi"; .0'' n'"o 0or' rw-1(900, ..
-- --- ---- fro home that pries' yo" .n'o, eat-s ,r'_ to tole. es
I'C NO. i LONG ISLAND WHITE 'npott o,:,1-u..and-y:! w..:.":::p:", _________ yeas in the Dine states served" Pop Co&sabootn host at the Corner S. Akron and 2nd StreetJ
P". -. $ I
I Use thin coupon I TMr'cton/ Scp"'e, etwv by Southern Bell The Co-ipor, I-t llc Center Is enjoying keep BROOkS Owner
. _, One. Newor St yet Bee' I'1 ;
f 501.
35c yew ::: -r. I
1TATOES 10 I '+aI Mon House" "
POUNDS CIAI Introduc. Plea. crier a spro,, etc sill spend about 964 000 MO oil 'Open every af'fitoon \ -
/ iiibiet,pi en I TM Chrntron' SC''mo Mar tot-} seeks tag racial foe II I .
uhur ,. I enlarge its facilities tni yep. and evening and Invites th' ; -- -
''r Jon'Invn-eels.nlrIU 1 I Nome I and the rate of expendit-i e m-..,. Jbtlc u bring thEir guests anti n n-h--- '"' rag tt0ln i.'ir
rSH GREEN ) S tunchl' ,< Si ect_
L. I down for ,
sally Barnes dane-
I accelerate as materials xorrara
. rC I err ko... ; :table m tnn'a.nc: q..ant'tfs .IT. 'earing. or just pain:: smal Highest Cash For Your Car :3
RING BEANS 2 35c I ____ !
CC POUNDS --------- : This represents by U' own rr>attinl.nll'lI find C''I I'

battiest expansion progi ,m iiKe -tcki crackers.no smoke WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES

..d Company history. Joe snack bar The blllard
ml ping tables are there We can pay you the O P. A. limit for your car which '
JANE PARKER A-Penn All Grades Financing this program ail pong
ILOv .or your use and the music box is as much as you can get anywhere and
that (
<'CI'! ire large sums t> toe"or
GOLDENMOTOR COLD WEATHER CALLS FOR :''icy be brought into the bash -lays for dancing on the patio uiiv STAY WITHIN THE LAW
Pa OIL ball! room
:e- Thu u complicated of tbii.
? ... :: hat tremendous In' .-easeie '
Gallon, Can .
2 .
I I'If That day .. e were
:! r. demand for service have nursery are
14 OZ. EACH I 311.25 South Dixie
| 1 I oeei accompanied by great inreaves ng U in operation You will

or $122unnafleld ,. in th* cots) oT Jl tot cud excellent care for the Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone r 190 j 1

28c -letnent that to into the pro- .oungsters by the hour. half -- ...
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"'. .* oay all-day or m>ek, Just --- ---- -- -- -- ---- ----- "
I -- .T n of telephone! serrl alt) drop(
Ih Assorted-- Nabisco Shredded ITS FALLWEATHER !':ceau:: that the Con:pan.'* be kiddies: off while. you go: t," tastier bread!
uF ._ir-x::g< are the lowest m ores .he doctor's or for an out-ol ,

( R/aBCNI JO years .own trip. Give us a ring at 300

( E REA L SVHEAT\ i New money. for telephone I expansive and. well tell you how good! vuUr.lt use FLESSCHffiANN'S L

I Breakfast most cane as it :w.s in it Is or call 1IO-J and make'
PKG. he pa
I i 14c reafs many thousands of thril T people 'A' /&
rk :
19c Now Is The CrJess telephone f'-mlr.p.1l Tbe receratlon
______ _ i proposed : pro Lrf1lc
sj|;icient to give the con- ram has a candidate for U',' ,

I HORMELLS Kdence! m the safety 01 their directorship! Approval by th, ? .1111
, n Par Finest Farina
or Time ToVARY inrestnent and a feeling cf as- city and park board and th, '

en'du itirarct of a rr:'sonable return vwrking out of duties and detail! ,

[LLO WHEAT R n than Investaent. new' :lu,:is U In the offing Leadershipand J'I 'f' HAST

or.I ,12 CAN YOUR DIETwith tea further expansion soil!I no: ; organization ni volunteer: at.Jr

.Idp be forthcoming .
I Ig. : workers" is needed here

0212' pin i9 9cA I 34..c i! umtitwui/nntnu. -.yilmm uuiuIIi.Checking : girls oco-jts. the and teen-age CUbs. both groups bovs anti the t ,-. .I.rj '

I Jaycees and that means under ,.--. ; 4y / '
VHLOW CLINGPEACHES Grand Whole Kernel CornA j OUR WHOLESOME AND NUTRITIOUS Up: 35 -...n old t ; *o!l i as the toui ". ,/ ..:' < UJ ( -

I iiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiiiniiLiiiiniiiii.il.IIIIHI '.ts I an be 'AO-1' !<>d to stu".t. od! "- #. .......
BREAKFAST FOODS. 'daelal.......
A ; a vufety of Sf;oto tcurnhtrtittin '-"
C D UcQuade' owner of the -!
1+ NIBLETS TRY OUr: DELICIOUS fl.:. 'tain aih t'.tr! dun !12he
Stuart Hotel bas lerfoi Joni a
c Halve or Sliced.No : winter season: FUJI-STRENGTH I Flci chmRnn'lI fresh active Yeast starts
12-OZ CAN2Sc FRESH FRUITSANTl9NY'S community ce vice in d'sousing
ordi 2: a Can of. one of the dangerot: bill ucorners i workms right avav'! All tIe strength of tin \oant brines ,

Another of f-t he-record .ias tt. rlul goodmx of Iwuid Ice purer of
in tl city Fea-oval; uf I out ul the i\'> :your
diur 15c the mal! sro.E'ro.l1w11 cut yet increment underway is an sweet taste-light texture.-frajrant frcshnnss ivertimct i
organiration: : along the lines of. ,
off the -lew w.ire first st.enters '
nore a Town HaU With the idea that IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on
t removed
the Feceral
highway\ a .
lack of cooperation In certain Flti,chouann'A full:truictii;: fresh octnY .
Page Pineapple Cereal lailic !Tazard There are other ... .
orb 16-OL Jar Cheerios 12c : such ccrcers. some .f which: phases of county and ('(,::11munltylite ->.i-t \\.II!i the Ihmi\1 !; ye-lion'lnlxl.: Ih., .' ':t.-It.- ..... ..

9.f.. I removal ol is due to lack of understandn pcndahl-I .\n 'u,' l'q favtr tcvpiM; .: : I7 rA!'
b cleared
-oulo .
eserves .22c .. .__u -- -- ;- Grocery ) by : ::. .4
ryw : N .
-. '. ; : 'fie grjup hopes to have fir n\er"Jtc'u"I -' '
it ht b* :
Life Buoy Economy ryes a ) "" ,;.,;;: :':':=- 'r :
Pmt sweet Qt. BOO.t: I rtae: to condemn them in the tome food airings of local prob / :':-- ""' '. 4A

ure Juice 27cl Soap_ ,Y bars___ ._20c .iamt o put..c safety. In's! Undercoverstuff breeds'' :
: h-Pl1'IV F1
-- -- HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED Mifpicion while fret press and ,
ilco Bath Size 2 Bars free speech clears thr .itmoso ;
.1 Clearance of shrubbery from
m A1 lib. box 25c Palmolive 19c : 201 s. Akronte. WE rLI\CR Telephone HJ I I Haney Circle on Osced are U o with truth say propon- I c

another step in the right torec eats:: If you have an) public : qI

Sweet Duz =\g.\ box 23c ---- .. it
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MI No. 2 can 12c 1 3

IIn P Cream Style Opens Closed Drains
23c t

1eoda 'non: No. 2 can 16c Plumite_ -_ I \ 1'" FAILFOOI5jg0Wl :
--I <
D. Q Chocolate Tissue a
lot rup, 15-oz bot 27c Waldorf, roll 5c # t .P.; j

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Itfl or AND ROASTERSFFER -- GOOD HEALTHIS r. 81 Store Managers Celebrate! .tl w

ICED HAM 53c DEPENDENT ON ; Ask At Store Our Managers Know The


FRESH CAUGHT FRESH CAUGHT FINE FOODS at FAIR PRICES j t Color Price Don't Miss Their Sale! t r't'

,rhzm'hee B BLUES l U E LARGE List!

POUND MULLETPOUND E THE COMPLETE FOOD STORECROMER'S i ...... ,l.ul. 'L..,..... f.+..d-e' 1.. Ilse 4

ohrhP 3 Great Sale DaysThursFriSat

, 39c 19c

I 10're MARKET I l

lu flu, & P FOOD STORESE TEA CO. WE TIIE DEUVEK Cr: TO DITC mOVE STORE tt I t Oct -4-5 if t ta ,

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rtcx srs -...".. THE STUART NEWS STUART. Martin Count?. FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT 3, 1946 ,

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; ... '.M Mr and Mrs E F. Saldena and ___ ___ 1 1i .1 h,,'.11.1's' bIl.hid I pubIlihcI"S us II;.Plus SI st:;. I' ,:; i LEGAL AoYEk11SEENTI' thai I.n 10".
DlichiiR.r .
tt. ut XiU .. Wo.", I i I f.. .
tf daughter, Miss Emmie Field. have : :; 'r.1t. ; I JUDGE MAR. \
Elsildu S SII
/ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERViCLS! Irl'tlrned from a vacation trip toNe DEED ,h.I..,S"4(0. ..d.lsI 0'0.0.' '."I, '$.lstu.'S... A. P. 1'4.1 TIN COUNf. SATE OF TO FLORIDA MAKE ISIS. 45,5." ,

( '" ,. _, ( II//( I (Hou.f N.. IS02I) I' : NOTICE 11'11111 ,,,. .1 o "
1.1 lou.V
OFFERED.IHIIIIItllHirtlHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllltll and New Yolk City. "II.I' 1.11 .
Jersey I
j I i'oMEISIIS'. .10.
It Ill GIVEN. i-hi, bIDE HAR.E DIa.I, 1 IS< .
T .1 bill UN t' r rul'i MM' i illint. to clanrous Mr and Mrs Lewis Gamble ( NtTI t'OIK( IIIIYl II. ., I"l."Id. ,'." T Clerk M. OLNN Clrcull 0 CouUy tMICIIArL '. I IN (Ki: EnrATE: : ,II- I Ilt. ." I' '.
j. \t. 'h.'. .' ,\' 1 44W stiiies during I| and Miss Verna Gamble left is.rtl. h..r or ''h. f..Il... neI .. O. I.ITAN. I IA" .(: f1.LE ROftIILTIC.Oecra.4 I S I .r',
.. irtiric.lc. hn. sild trrlirirntr.in
\ CR33FIED l lfl [ 11. ;utuie dry' seisonppjH !' Saturday for Sarasota where C, t nil ilnd Ih.d,, I.. I.MK, I tkcriN.i ...5' I.. ''..'If.1 0. I 1 I P4L. 10 All. WMOK IT MAY tONCERNt I AsIsss" sBoll. .

S hi. .... 1 nl'. iiinilnrK v...' ,'f 5.-I'". IC. 10. I. I. I S.L. i keS.I-, !,> ,l.olh., I hav "" I II
: 'utl\ the Diainnge Comiission will enter the .lth. ,0
.\ Miss Gable Ring- .. Admlnlatratrlxif
I I...."... ,. ili..rlitlin| I ih. pro' .0.I nl '':'..I r" INJ 1 T. F III' ''
.1'1' wiiiini\ to lake '5 ling Art School for the Fall term. ,. mid I ,ini. .I,tO'I I It, ohlrh, It Km I LEGAl ADVETSEME1U I th* E,I.t. of Ki.>. Ellen Hoebuck. A to.-' :

.'." .. .... ..d.. 1I".r nn. .. ullt.x.. r'ti.'tlt.'Ie.. 1 ..,J tk. I h.. filed my Peinionf ". I 4,4 ,
... ,..... &f chance on future re.sponslbilltyf I jvlr and Mrs Gamble returned I .' .0 NOTICE TO AI-rEAR I .. r MII.I. lil.rh.riii .nd that I Kill apply" I S"1

. drought In the 'Glades for Tuesday.Miss 1."I'I'.t.-.'h.lln ,.f I""''-0 l uf IHOI'1- II JehiM ... .1,. ll.nor.lil.Arlhur' II Clonla LEGAL 4
Flcwld.-_ **
flat el I f Maiiln County
) MSSMM*> ..t/I"'IIl. I 11t1l'.11I1I1IAPARn.tESTS they lepeated' their original leque't Connie Segerstrom who ( .4. I I' H (.'ARMI. "" I Ii. Tumihli R..ld.... .r. .,, tl I.,' 2lIr.I .
V. .sr" ''eti',..r.d ,I. .4.5'. fourn ,.tth ,m. and (.' final dl.-! ,
Koulh llnniir KH.I I ''' : : r. > .1 I < This ii. : :
FOR RENT despite Nemeth'i warn- ; ha.i 'Just graduated from the | .1 t 44., : .'.I::. :In m, ..f .. In ..htc.. "-. Ad".lnl..t.h, a.tat. o 5070 5.tht' ,

:I illlllllMlllllllllllllliillllllNlilttlUONI' ... Hi.iida Ike llh' die. "f Notinb.i ... .. I ,
he Issued Ciillflr.14N4i Ito
I .I
i an School of
in and Monday Da'bason Modeling, R. Iu. :"
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'JJI1l1/fI':1': :. .11101 .1 ot. I I. (144 ."..tIt., I h.-; Ij' II4n. loth. 11 omi I Thi ., order opening the lock I hoe taken a position as a model i IN '.. i of Uot I. ... .1"1' I ....lt r., .nllllid Bni-lo : IWHIUCK: WALTON. .'

-- ..n.J In letter to the Stuart News with Stein' and Blaine In New '...... li..Triipn.B| .. 1"".."," v.. 1._. Jcrfina.'.. 'analn.t I .5, Alniil.lra, '" !I. ..f the (. of Kohll. .. Msrts:,: "
a .0 I ... 310.. In, I. ... .
,'.. )10> I. (h.ul n lI.cI.u.'k. I. p,.., ., ,
published t'New here In today's I York City. Miss Segerstrom M (.rrilflintv. N<>. 1**. l..ufd JuraI I I loit' i.f ., County., .1-lt.rlda. I ,. Mil'II.VI1 1. C llfTMAN fsrItI.-. .
r I I. 1911.set.,1St Ihi. Houlh. ll.lfIH1 I fault wh.i.f. a nro confw. \ll.ri I t" Ad,iitiatrll. I "" ..1 'I
\I 44.f..f.i ,japer Matoi' Nemetl. sets out j the daughter: of Mr. And Mrs. '. of Lot I I. ..." ... ID ..... i Mill' IK' Mii. .. you The fHunrll.iU : C .1 l I", .-.I o, '. J I I": 146 ."( ,

,. I -_--_-- ".,' i he danger from hurricane rains I Ha'ry: Segerstrom! and a gradual .nd ....... ..J. CViNHnvrC | St In *"hi.> 'd I de.fin.leH.. order a."Ill tke h m-publl.hiNl -. -.- LEGAL"ADVERTISEMENT ''ht.u.4 I ,
unless action 1 18 taken now to .. of the Stuart High School ,.. I for four .
: ;: \i (rtlf Irnl. N l ItO. la.ut.d 'un. I I. on.- a .o..uth. .
-. w r ..-t K-. lower the basin and also says I and Brevard College of Bievaid tell.t..srrlnv liSt 15.11 hand andel
.t. r IN',1' of South' rI.I ''L" undMoulli ::Iti'I': : ,. { day of S.pItmb.r.lila. IN THE COUNTY JCDCE COURT OF 1 "1" :

m 5 IR 1t&2. rr' ,, that the action is being taken : N. onfilKhlh, (111 :l-. i of NnrtkHnlf I I MARTIN COUNTY al (OF ILOR.lISA. .
C.Mr .. mid. J. n. PONEISSIYClark __ LU.AL S S S ST'.h.
(N1. i f I..t l > I I. ." ".,
( '" ;a T" 'IF lI.n vtth the be'interests t of the I and Mrs John Korst returned li,l.lnx ID n.iv.. mid ...i..wd lu I (1.'uIl ,'"".1 .- NOTICE OF 'INTENTION TO MAKE "OTl 't

: Ur.n i'ajor.tv: in mind to Ocean Breesre Park 1'10. '. M.KII.I-II| Wood M.tit CounIs'. t'I.I.1 l APPLICATION FOR FINAl I ,
S '. I ''h. "

::.,;,. ; .M Martin coumprotestors. In- I ;Mls.lciay from Crown Point Ind, All)) .4 ..Id l I".'.irl 1 l S,.itu, In I hrl.t5 /1"" ,0: .14 I .,: \.t. I I I I IN I K. SIU'l IHr.DISCHARGE mTATr OF I ILl I".. ". hI

.1.1dlnSl'natol'\ Evans Crary. whe-re they spent the Summer ") if MftIS'IltS. 1.t, | I'loild.Univ. .. ft.: II. IIMSISONI ', I I. \ (KAMxr IIHlr.N, IAM I ,,,.,
o= =====oc'U ) .. .., h ,., rIlCI.. ,'. llfk.l.' :I (. "I" .". .. I h.d., ,
AIiL.TX! < "III! .0 Rep :M H Rov.il!. H. B. Kraft I Mrs Vivian Austin of St. Au- hull, Is.dr.tl. H.-i.rdlnu I I. liiw ihtrr 1,11., II'-.- l..r 1'"plI.f..J" ,. 1 /WIIOM IT H'V 'CONCTRNi I '' ,

th Chamber oi the last weekS "> "|Hrly dotrllHU In "Ui-h ..irllflc.leciitlfli I,.,., l'.. "<. > I:. .. ..U. I. hei.l, I,1yOt-, that I haven .11. /"
of guest
Manager (iuMltie was
...ttT'\i'T TnRBEAUTY \ ,.. -.,,Kill IH ."lil to 'lh,' hliihp"lI 4,..' "" r.i,' r 0. Admlnlnratrl ,
ummerce. Ernest' Lyons. City I Mi and Mrs Joe Backus. I,lildi' ., Bt 'Ih* Ciur N. s.1,,,..' .,,, ..10. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT i l'b-.l'. ..I. -f 'IsIs Rumor hr.." I f... Mi
.,. SALON N I. I". m"hh, ..f : I I :I "
"' I ha. i
I I. NOVtIJII.1 S C.- .1! 's' i that any ii"II :
.. Manager f L B Eurlt Arthur Slots Blount Gideon left Tuesdayfor fl j '
.. '.. .04,0 I. ''h. .'oVITH 0. I IN THE COURT CF THE ,IC t'3' for fi" "I,I ,lio.hm-xr and I .

c VIRGINIA IS BACK <''f ho cuuntcummlsston. Norris DeLand where he will enter N VEMIIISK.: 111.. I JUDGE MART COU"1. S M,..,1 l> t. tin, (II.n-.rable Arthur R t.'" I II
I ''h,. rHIKII .i"> .t tlI ft'ItllI5Il OF Co Judicr ..f Martin tounlrl.id. >. I !:
1..d ( I lit. 'it. ,
C'S, ,s...tJooll1 pusltlont of Martini Stetson University for the Fall I" 'IN ItS'I (11 ESTATE: ISVI .. 'h. I". .Is..I October .IRIS. 1 Cflor.
Opening Today ,
W. T ,*Gi.T 4 S'"unt\ C,,: iiicuul Fis.tterrnensA. term He was accompanied by .1 I R. 1'OMk.HOV. I'I.; ..I'.I'I :HfKOKTKS.: l: l".15.. "t s.45,....1 <.f tk* .ama and for t ,,.1.I, ,
I It !I I
ilrl." S ,.1 ( ,',sIt I NtrIl. t.I') I 1- i. ..hi.... *. V.In:ini.tr.tri> of th. ""h.
TO.CILOW ".).C... .' :. . : .
PHONE 20S ,"- ,'... .I 5.-IlS' NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'c "4 "
4))! f.'W' :.t t s"I i S' ,-.lit- t Sulflsli Club. returned \Vednesda I "I Ii S I'-.Ih, I'i. .. ,1' C. I V."" '.,id, ..h if >ou .1. hereby n..1,.1fl.,1 :. *.", ". d. ..r "", A. D., 1'4' I t''r I II

SfMMER RATES : ::v." I: .' ,: i:.,::.i lo a wile to \Vm Booker of Dayton. Ohio (1..1""i in. i F; .1: inn, .s.I i I ,."'luluil, t. lur.ml: ..> rluln., 1. I ,'mbr.IVTH 11AM.A' I ''h.I-- ,.
: m:.1 I ,1.n.l. which >o. .o.'illts"I >.Ima ,.., ''h. 0' Luls r :
MARGARET HARVEYiHIIIIIIIMiiillllllMIIIMIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIII :5 f.1, : \' :::' 1: :Miudav nightS \v.is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT > hal. ...'n.l l Ik.. ...... of PtTHI: IS.m.s-I.IsIr.l SIr..11 u" W 4.. ..,... .,4 I I..,S

Tare Apsrten ,.. \.1.. I \ T S 5.. : .., S S .It'.ul1 i be reFRUIT D McElfresh Sunday. -------- \ ,I'IO"T..N.' ::. .d.al.I.I...knioi.'t.Ct...44'S. I'".".Tf:1: r 1 "I r."n.I": H Is-I.s. .., ,,.

.1 IS. O..hl., M."."., I "rISt .. A't, ,.. ,' ...,
IS ao. ::.. :t I Mrs. Marion Senske has leI St'.m.nl I ,, l.utity Judur of M.rlln Count; i .
,, Clrciil.tioit, *lc, R 1.1. I I"" .4'II. I. I 11'1. .,
.. Court H'- .
; : : In. hi. office) I IK th. I-i'
-----.-.-.....-------. -- lurnrd from vacation to Act. ol Contmi ol | II..r I
"' a trip : : :1 .ull" I. ,, .. within i>hl ..In.UiMiitk --- '''
'M..., *r Witfeou: Bath I New' l : and M.rch .1.,113.5 I 1,.., due or thi fir. publl.it LEGAL tit5m'N 1. I \,
I Jersey .
I INDUSTRY (if Ihi Hlumt Nt 1,411,45501441 ovtkI ;. of .Ihi.. il.lmlimi ... "a,.,I .
CM mad Cwalo. .able>> I Mi and Mrs. W. O Shipes.I SIs.t.. H'llilH t.U, 15(44 l, 30. Idle I ..1'".1 I mint n.U.I ..ritln ..d ma: ''u". ..,
SICK REOPENSTHE Slit."C' KlorldH I ,, ;lh plan. and ,IH..I .f THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURt OF F.rIIH ( I-
t 5 >
I MM J. W Johnson and MrR.I :: MARTIN COUNT STA1COFFLOK. .. ..,
II, .- .ddm of rtalmmit, and m..' I II" II. .," -'
I II >
O. tW Leer SPAGHETTI HOUSE'in ( "ntii. i. d/ "It"in ,pace' Purl) I Clifton Bounds were shopping In ('.",."y i.r l.r'h.' I ...ro t. by ." "I. s.rt.t NuVlCE In T.: :
.. Seaboard All LineR I S.C,,,,' rn. ) I 1... .. ,,,. ..i..l' eIIIold.rUits.t OF INTENTION TO MAKEAfLCATO' .. ,
krueger Building :IMof. the ,, .. ,, :; :; : I .. 5. .Uo Ih" .m. .m.
,1l t..ttld.
Fort Pierce Friday. ''h S Itt 1.1'Sl tly IIa0. .. FOR f'AL Ss.'oI ,
VICTORY HOTEL OCR SPECIALTY- .x.iroad Looking toward further . 'hn I'. M.-nnlnu eli, A. It.ISIS. h... ,
\ .f 5pi.mIs-r.
'I""t TO 1110 day .
Miss Mary Walton of West .: :: ; : I :. .. .
t lt
I' I Korn mi4nllnu li> I I'. i 4,44111' i I. r /.5/IE Or I11' .I ,
Italian Spaghetti with (!iveiMfiratlon he stated his SI..,'..., I (lh.t h,. I. Ike bn.lnf. ..I' l
PI.- .1S6 tf Palm Beach spent. the week end : IRKNE CilNDkKsoNof V \
Meat Balls n.panv' is also studying the I :nmiiitKcof,, i':: Hiim, ,t N.-.. and" thm I Iibi of the K.tnle of Peter A.l5..u.ln : Isrsr4lr.

here with friends. folloKlnit 1 1 I.. :to ihv W.I of hi. iLuKliditt 1,1.. .1. ho." .. I'.'" .. .. Ml tAlliiM: II MVV I'ONI. '.UNN : T. III
and pcssibil.tie:'< tor the growing of Mrs Gideon I und Iwliif n li' uc ..utciflvnti ,l-'t.t'd.: : I n-- I h.. ,1. t..".'t Ih.t I have I M.,"., 4 4tlS.S

Our Famous cane on the clay sub-soil I Seymour was Ihi. ..n.', hlp. mmiHii4intnl ctr. off $41" 18. a.. 3. tO. IllS.PIOTICI f 1,1, ,." I ."I I II 1'o .. (:.ecutrl Is ofLL3AL ....! .
sugar .
.. 0.1
_. "11'.1:" hostess to her bridge club Fri. .hoKi" Ih. H! .* ,...Ikft. miulnillylh --
ITALIAN! SANDWICHTake found in this -section Indications S ,. A... .fAi.uu.lil. (11. .. .mend'i, | NOTCi-

FOR SALECHRISTMAS day afternoon Members present by .5.- A.I or ...h :I $. eralnKll --- ---- --
Out are that these studies may I ..0! I In ....lion "if 1'o.ul LIIW. mid I
were Mrs. C. H. Alderman Mrs. ccr'.5 ? -.* 5', AntIil1.1.4 -, -. I.
II" .. .1I''i'I':1I: Open 7 ni. to 2 develop thai a llpht colored, I ..n.. I o. I ; VIII ef t
m. t II ihe
ol Art
a. p. 1..1..1. h. L.5lJ.tsri or lIlt.SI : 5 I 21 ucd St
: i l'.wis Gamble Mrs. Adolph Her .10. j ..1"_... .t ''h.
1h. "ssm .0 "rdrr th* 0: l '. ,'.1.5 01 t4P4.:.'r o'f Flonaa'ai, t'm.' .
and 5 p. m to 8 p. rn. highly flavored table syrup can tel Mrs. R S. Robertson Miss ., "-. ,-d I... malt Ipihil .10', ..1 I st I* ol C..u.u.o. .. c." ..I'ikV. p1st. 4' .-e 1.1 ectlon ef 1. 110. ..0..1. .

be protlutcc! from cane grown on 10..1". .. m." .'" .'v, :.t.on. propotlr.1' amendmrnuf S. (SrEo.ttuIon i ,.SO'. I"44. '.. .. Is 1' :r
lltlHUIllll.llllllllllllilllllltllllllllllllllll.lHlllllllll I I Elizabeth Robertson. Mrs. Arnold lulhiKdKln, A. Meinilnmi, '. ,lu.., 01 tho 14.t. of FlorId.. "d 'id. isII'. Rr.Is'ucsb.reg: 01 B.tlo" r.'r0'ad.hltl .
- tl.U land I- liirlilnbillti) .. .. II url II ol. ol th*
of 4"
't ._ 11..10.11.. .."11111111"1111111 Taube and Mrs. Gideon Mrs. L. :, r.Ult: .V. Mtinlnittr Klimrlr '10'... ", ..'C..I ..1"" .0.: .. tIll 01 'h. : .. at Adopted, lection. ca' ..

i Edason 'li.rl.lnMmitllln. > e.ch hou.e: th.t tht en II 'n 0.'tu I Er.'r ''n Nsstrb.r.IRIS. taunementCounty -M .
.., ,. REWARD RED Clio** .\PPOINTSDI B. was a guest. Prizes .,, f.JI: 41.-c f:rn..l f. Joint R. ,>:IIII.oni ..*,* .cl.*"t.. UDn.0 .rd 5, Ant.'cs Section II .nd I Tan

JtIUhIIIIlllHullllIIs.1il4sIIlIlllIllllllIIlCHURCH .. \TtII CIIUKMLN Were won by Mrs. Gideon and 8lu.nl) 4. I'toil.In. L'.I IS tnt.. .,,, 3 suIstt:,. Kith >rn4 01 Al S d. t'Its of the con-titulion,
: Slut. of CutS and to Protld Ib.tIh
.I.I llu.lni.. Mmininr John U. Mennlnue, n.M Urrn. and they did drtcmm ,- .
.. .,' The of MI'. Mrs Alderman.T. 54tst' Hoild, S and 0. th.t SOS isIS JoHonlitnni I the C."y of Hi1'blta4Ilh.:: Itsla IIFrIs ROtP .Ol' ,
,'"" R. Helller and Hastings Th i I ih. uonir I. : Klimrt bully N...-. tubmltlett to th* *'etto. t. C"r" Tn A.s-unr t.1 JollT .' .
.. ,,' S Shaip as District ,IniKl, H. rldMr. ... iltct.t..l. Its Ccnrral I Eire.:anCFNERAL h0' A... I" PoplY 01 It's Count" Am."dme. .
lsict. ; .
., !Munch made a business to .. I ." p 3' '.,. 5411.. Cs-sly" .1..t'ln' :,
B. b"t R'I trip .. tdwl" A. M ,niillKir, Ml,m,,. / .
of clls.1.er: Jensen Beach Now THEREFOR L R. A GRAY.Cc.vt.rV I ch'.s..I M.nc" 'Itt ci I tIM CttIy0f I.
West Palm Beach Monday bh.rld.. 01 at tIM Itat. of ClarIsS 0,2.1 "or. Ecrpt .10. C"r .f P15141CSIY. I PtaeId. 144: Icurr..lS
- -- :Mr George P Hlronemus : : A. Mnnlnu:: H.ol.1., I h."bl S.. ,. th.t r.- ..1. .bob Stall b tump.fon : .. .
Dr. and Mrs Edwin McQuade '_h"l'. M'linlnilv $Itrt.r'jl,. *. i ELECTION the p.Ollon. .f Si. I HoaIsafpOS S.
of Martin A"n41.n.
Chairman of Peeksklll N. Y. have taken M, .* !rr"'kln. III,. ,,. .III fc. held In eich tounly m rlo.d.. T. hI B. tho B.d.. .
were announced Bv Mrs. Carroll a I Il.rll I I.. I 0"< T ieid.y ne t *uc<-diri ihe I... C..srty' 8.hol Bo r4. I.ho 0.Irtrls41I I.'u" to I ",'On
S I cottage at Segerstroms for the Th.' Ihi. St..."n mortiiUK. W.ndsIt.tSo.st..r.AtI DIRECTORY Duscombe Chairman of Disaster ...... .nd| other ....1."dh.lo..rl OKIInn ." ,,. T.... ., n. 110. 1.4G t. M. 'a .. c-f : Exc- 155C.'otP.ctCl.Frsds.

season Sol.lhiu'. ir ., or .... < rI DAY 0' ..f"Jh
of the Mirthi Counts Red :1,0,1ss's,. ) I,..,,s,Ii.: :,.t4I. -.', :' i I.r tho .Ut..n, or ,0\'E\8E".) (9., BE IT nESOLVFO BY THE LEGIMA. (

"' Accli' .' 'n.u) pin-'',aitlons cro"1 n. ...."",., .". : I IM' tIll' n'"I.' ". p'.pon. An sI.rti.r I TItlE Or THE STATE OF FLOK1DA: : '; 4'4'.f ;
''''11'111 /111111111111ILa'P F,5'T, "fIST I DM'(.11 TLIt OF :M\\MIILS '., (:.1.1, .," A. Ns.sIts..... '4s,4,'O''I. : :: ,'. t. Out.ITNAT 3' lSItt. 1,11-suIte Amendment. of "! '
t Vfi '>1 "s 11'11'111'' ,<10' (' \ [ ., An <.e V rt Ui* centt tut.on of th. Flo.ld.
New 5oet..ctlCft 411 A"-,, A.._ I Rev and Mrs Phil Maxwell I- loridi.lh) Ktjtol 'd. rOItIS.: to the Au. ',on.1 ,
\1.1. ,..,.... ''h..r'JIt I. "is 4'.SlI.: i is huvi. btcndi'ributiil *- 'I 1 .t ')I. I a..ICCS' ur.'t'htt, Hh.I ". It c.'ttl-.IC "' 0.010(01 taxei In th.. .nd.'b' j.
i announce the arrival of a daughter ItMlIKh 'tS- hHm,"> tCth.. ..osre. .,.'. I JOII b
> HO. 155 C ur > 'f )ISI,1" :> 'rOsO. Stat ol Florida "
....,r. s ;1.1 1 rt tu n> uf Mai'in ..Ider.onl.h, .. .".1 ,.irllt, h..ldIC ..tnly > A JOL'T ,IFILUTI"S : InA.rodm.'tt by Re N ,'cl.. Ert''ton II .. .b.1. b, ., .

,. .- .,....... C >unt' .< id the vilcuion ofhetter :I Margaret Jane. at Good ._ 4 ,,.:I: ,, :tho !hit' :'r i4totkhold4n :: ., nUOLCTION, ..P.op.OrR"'. ,, .1 tho 5.1 tho 0'Ie,.S .I'c".n .f 1544 .o.dop'e j.." '" .
I Sanarltan Hospital In West .. Its0.1.1.., 10.p.ppst'SI.,4 I n .1* ol to known .. Artss., : r.jke It 0441 8. of ArtsVIII. .
Flold. ,
... ....., I hou--- i u.1 e.ich communJENSEN I .book of tht CeltIc .bit .1.". I XX. 1..10"; ', b Thereof. Reltlmi I 1/ the Co14'l ,1-JI, un of I i i Its,. ., Via- .. : .
CARDS ..4 ,.. ...,. Palm Beach Sunday. Sept. 29. In ....4-. ..h.! Ih. aluikholiicr' 01' ..nurllh. In ih C.nolld.on. Abollihlni or Cieailni Id.. .nJ by Amtndlng 6ct on I of II S
.- <.,.1,.. du""' t\ Thn "Idet aH| | .. upon 'Ihi. book. ..f tO-S of C.r.I" Ofn. and th. A" ,I. \1 o' .he Co.ltutc., tho ISECTICIi s b
; ; infant weighed eight pounds 4-lt.* 'tru ,i. or In other fldu.mriilli.n *..*.. *-) < .I.oi., >l lT i Its,. ..d'. .. C..- .blut.&l "

Order N.. T. gfe sure c delivery .... J.- llliIlIIIIiIIlIIlIIlIltlIIilIlliIIlIltilillIllll I I two ounces. : : ;:,. thi. tarn. ..f Ih.:. l<.'i n.n or ...01lioiallun i ..by County. .Oltlcll. n : .,: sos ," ."I" fl 144 M 0''J
\I. ...< .....,.. .....,et. I .iii-tl I 11111,1.4 nclinu, Countv' Florid. and PloMdlnf fur Rt-f' I 1 o I.k It' fId Is-tint, ArtlO.I.I R.prwtat' "
to TsM* f.r CIaria :nea. I :. itl\n: :toI..h'h.: ; the .,ll: l i.ni-i.- i ..ndom any',. I.. '.,"'Vnlrieil II.. Mil ol tn. Con.uul.cf Os Ct.la. of .''o..M ., '
"'JUT&aT NEWS ..: ,. JecUon of L.* or La*. by Fltdu. rC 1 : City, of int '
... .
......... I,I Sl'SU.SC1100L CLASS ."('.Ih, r..ln full .m.'I.. S u",1 .... I th. ta5.l. .. of thr Slat, of riuntlaa. ."ty Horn .5.5 Am..m.nt. : Os ." 1.tO. :r.i.r: J
I- b.5.IIEL raat. :MEETS AT k.o"l.d. b.l.f I Protldeii ui Mid' AnicndnJ -I or:". II 0 ro ,y Igrs-d I s.rdshl.1 of .I..
i r. \N\E\: ... loJ..d .
.5 '
Ev.: to .t. aim "
THESIVARTWE _. Cv tharlutte llellier I tub :"rl to ire! Fe: "" of the Stiot .1001 "
,.. The Intermediate Sunday rl.-r ..hl.h ..tmkholdeih.l.ler. ..1 I "" ..11 "crl-IT RF.SLSFD ltY 11W I !O1LA.f'RE t"J', a lor Ratification: : or Rejection ::: ,
I. "_ } S. tlltIliIliUllllllll'tIllIltIIIlilIiItlillilIll, ..10.. d. n.'I .1'1"' 44IIC, OF THE STATE OF at the 6 11551, E ret on ta be held on (iIso7r. Ar. S .:

II" er.i., ..., school class, supervised by Mrs tnt.' 'ct..(.so. : tho 54,441..Ih, .m.ndm.nl 5s lt h. the I.,.t T eiav after th. lira Uonda/
:'Mis! Eti.K' incl :\1. .; I: : : In : ', :; I C. 01 .. 1846.SLCTION
1111.11..; .111 .. ;. '"s-s I. sf : n Ihr io-ltp o i .n.htuO.n: So ha hooA.'Ii.Sa In I.Is ;
Eci Burgess met Tuesday night ... rl.Ic .a.sir : ,1. XX. &-ut.nt't I I. theicoi 12 1. From and af'er Januarr O (
a. d ..,- 'uence \\u n ""f H ..\ ...o"cl Fl.i 'h' [ T
in the Baptist church annex fora thi. ,,. ,,, ... ..sn.t I.1..1". .Ott -"Isl.i I. tho .0"0Id.'lnn.' 116011.445's. j 1 I. IM3 Il e Co"inly '. Auenor elH ItOt'SEJOiSAdo'.t

r. M 1 f-.t.-" s'-e! vurs; '.' ''J: Mi .ait'('! :Mis, L any ,thi-r IHI..,.,. ."",'1..1. ., "-0. I .5td- 10'cr.Hol..;.. 01. ..tl" .,' 101.td .'..' .. ''> '. C'fjr-y .hill aueil ell A JOINT nl.
covered dish "t :! ; 0/ to0np al Etat. Cojnty ,
followed pti irty '
supper lte ha lt.-.t
ctt"i.cti l..t > miy .4.4die.'t rote'"n .101
'HE .. COO D McElfresh: Sunoiv Is tOts .ald I tts-Is. ,,:: :: :.. ,.tO::; I ,, t.xe. by C.."." 01.. 'inOr.nie ar i; V sc.l Tare lo b* let 01 SI Ccc ,
p.- .. I!I by a social hour. More than 30 ... ... ,: Count, :. earls.' and .. R .I iroucn Csi.t.t,.. by th* Stat. .. RIsSre .
A F B..... r.... Mr- Demur Ra\vlitis I Ill. .h.n .. I him. I ... "
-1. <.; and \ | fnr rrlerendum t.lrclI Is.ec.pl.e! (S .4. C r'v School B.d. RE ST p1,5'TtRrOFTII' <
'h. Iho !
M j young people were 1'10.' .umh. .t "I'.1. I ..Uon .( ,
t law .
or "*!
I, present any or t.'I0t.hr D.sr a- t-jt a Tax School ;
-4 '. : I.d it' Thur.dav' lot I aBelle Mi. ofn..h I'lu-u I publlmllon ...II .., II h. Lrliil.ltir, of FOrd.I. nro\ didelccloti M",,. c- .. except !n the D"tr"PlantCiv '
>. OF Al'PLICATtON dii.tiiliul.il' thiouiih" the .,.II. or olh. .. ;,- "iIrr.St, h. I. tho qt.sl.I F .ji. tvMch Cl b
..- jMwlins has rt-joiiied the Navy IIooOTCE FOR TAX .bm.I.1 or y .h.J tl 31.
: t. ,.14 .uhsrlScds.l., .,, A'
:. ', V t 1iT DEED .. th'l ol the Fo.ld.1'! .d ... f.om to P'o' c"' jf I '
and Mrs Rawlinw.111 make her I..)l\4. monthi. piTcwdinir' ,mlh. p'''.'0" Ion 'rrcI..t.DltIllIlO.IIIr".. The Lee "at.ire .h.n.! St.'on.a 1.5511. II Icoobmlttrd f

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0........ A_ tome with her parents In La- I "OlN A M.CISAIIY ..10. h,4,4-r:..t Is- JOHN U. UNNIXGt.1 h.wll t.o..r'u., enact laui .peinty ,/rl.. of ". f"

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A.- .-.,or '. t in IIr. I ". t...tt. \ deid bi red I 'h".n.. 5.its .I.. md .1..1..0 bi.f,.n. m.' thi.0ih I ARi 10. 01 Il'. Co Tax Aue K.r .,g. : ,
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L ,'7-' '11' .. &UCCAL ADVlRTIStMlNTOtDU 1 144. riirs-I. .44n.h., ., mid "mr .r I.. ( dny : fed and empowered to pros Id. by I lar uS.sI .kin p..ph b"... for tho .I '
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TO 'iii"-R- : 'Od n.m II held In A. 1547. er at I7 Cs.cly' 01 _11 levied
r .,...1.'" a.n.., ." .. f..lI..," ..0 .mml..,.. ,.lr. ..aul.. .-'on 'h..f"r. ,a. (. br t H T.St.tr A..n.. Countv County 5.hol tI-: Y, r, .

cmcL. > cou' T THE'Wtf'V 4 ...11' af. 'Id.hon. .b.l.hh, ...n. of 1147 80.. School Dlnnct.. Spec'al Til r: -
Z 'L T.or'Ol 21 (oUh'V 0.... Far.IA. :
.. ANtS I ..1. I. I I'U: Oi. School' DU'r1 ard U";inlr, ''p.II": 10 .",'
: ,1-<" .n FOR' """ut'lli A. I II. tTlptlu" i.f "'' ) |>. 1 1I IiI :' tIt 1 I. .j : Irs,. ".' tho County of H I.b.ou.h. oW..I..Spn.s-u( ::
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..... ,' ... IN CMAXUVTHr I ALM ( 11' FARM s, ,llui, .i. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 10 Fee Is. : Ih* "
-- I. lI 1 ->wn.kl|. 4 Kuuth. .ItsID Initlime : .4.S 4. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUlI. IN AND I II c".ro: and to provlu fo th. aue.t nc .t I Ill. C.ly 01 P41rI ',; obIso Ii I;
-_ r -.: .mr..I..,. 44 ... .I I FOR MARlIN .01." on ol mu.clpt, laxefd r'i-I-I Slots (. .1 (: ,.
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54 I. 'RtI'AIo: h44til "ojI I II SATE 0' by Cns'yIa : :
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HAVE ALL SIZES a." .. n.... l '...a PI.I.Ii, S vim*. I IN CHANCERY NO. 1811 oi'.I'rs-ptlr.. thI .,tnoolld.Iiso 0' SCIOS li I I. From ltd afrr 3.",. ; ";: ;' .

S.S ....".. I Ir Ol iif ,nil prfipei-ty' I 11-s.., 44445.. : NOTICE TO APPEAR OR ORDER Or I .. of srts Couny 01. $5.11 p'.' a" tsp Co,nty Tax Collector In ;b. "
C s4t f M. I s in. guilt of I Ik.H.i County ol Mil stxiro "igh. state' el '
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OF .C '" '" a.e'o, : ASLYNJO1s4.r. rnl'; : PUBLICATION .b. rep.c 5.I .,. In.'u''.
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,. "' 4trtirliHtf.I .,r ,'r. ,rHl! 0". 01 tho tfptt d.ie.ted .d. "ou3:I collect a,1 1 levied .
:- :r '. 0 I'sf,4i,4 ,S hi.ll i-4d.. '.d .ii'orclliu. In Inu inir .. :DM:;;MIS 44. ANDERSON i'i'' I II 1 S 0 ...-I.. .nd dohata" u. .h..n., ..1ICI lbs C unt) by In. Slate Count County r: : : t:
.. In .uth ..rt.flcul, I liUKOIHV I U ANDrKSlfs, > offic, .. ..'.d lcd School Board B.hol Dstrlpts. Special ur ISO
2CHTRUCK \I \I f '0 '" TAn.It! ".01111" .rtlfl.lr d..lb..d' ., sill|| hi. cIt.. 4 I'Is.... ,.on.oldo.d. IS.I.t..,. Tax School Dis and Municlpalitle.' luDd. .nl t.., "
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fr -.oJ .n XQ." "" an H s I" h.h. IffALU 1 ,,, of ((1.4 1 Soroj.h Cojnty Florida; axcrpt I. 0" .
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TIRESSEAT 4 h. uitv hS.l4..44' I- .nklo"l i : .n llh.C513''" OIPIIOICIPlIb.IeI..st.nplroe .m"dm."
Hi | Iu..tsmr1.s-lhr.'fthpm. by ;
V-d .11 t/N KNOWS HHRH l.rf: ; I Ih. .'h".1 h':: ,'ml, 4-jmtv tix oil, the priv I mi of thli An,endmenLt lot .
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II J ,...."r"'o. 41 t.U D'\'IJOfl: ORASTE.jO.01.. ,..:, > h.mt Hy "Nui.1SC.TICE ,.., ,.." 4 ..... I. coIs-Isg: .t.ess.'ISO5, for .nd Tn* Lrglilatur I 1511 I at th* 1,5511.IsI.s. appropr!I.' "
Also .. 1 l Se. S IM1 and from .
'" <|f NFM IIKSORH I : IRrlllTDRXIKI : t ifburwnjl of .aid taxes nrd/ors'r' >soo tin- t
t ,.t. 2"" ""'. .. f .", ...TEES. oR OTHtR: I 1 AI.VANTH$. '1'.0 I 'SI.I 1hl, ..t I '.'.i--r. I I. i. 1; ''U. : )SAI: 1HK(III" l I.: STATE: II' r'.n" to Ih* approprlat munic.pal. tine l'rsttr. ."t ...ipxilvmg" U. rJ's--, '" .

COVERS X ,,.'8. 15 ...n ._ ..1: I-S." ,,." 10, I "nd.. '" ., .I" .. K. 1'0" tUlH l.t.ttSIAS11: strItIp.. .nd In. .omp."on. tsrt.Ie5 poop,,. Co'4.411 0(0. dO"" 5144 roe.- .
r.nvl' H"t ., I I Csrt or '. ALIEN CA"th"; IS. Uon 01 'l' T.x CoMector. driiiinatrj
FOR YOUR CAR .r "f the l 5-I"-"- I I., "h" n (, 1. .o.nt. 14510' 5 ofIss-te' for it4ir.sderd '
... .t4 an.l n..t kn."wn t,,, .b* .1.. .a.IA' ,,,.' .' .. llnmklvn. t.rw York 5 bcIIot h.o., Th.t I an> In Parasmh I of Section 13 and 0.1 ,'tiOO ]
ALL $MWT .... 1I..1) MAI'IlAMtIO: : J-1 CIIK anil ,..10 I. ,.'p..Un. tho like, op S de for tl. collection' JO1' I
"" h" ; her h..I,. ". .on.ohdo.3n. c" -.jdv. report. end dub... ,,. ROlSr IOL3CAsu.dmrtIs4
RALPH ULMEJt MOTORCO ........ ) 1." U'I'1. rosIsI.4nccptr of any .oun.y .. ng "
All I rR4( NM OR PARTIES: 10..h
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LEGAL Jr-Mr: TAMrKON KOHH.II mill S IltI rpect> to the i
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'" ,4.tr "01 I-S.fls- 3.7llrth., hturdy In HOISE JOINT for
APPIICATIO" FOR TAX hand 3 144 Old Ii..ai. J.-e p City Irt .1114.5,7tO RUOL'ON NO. 111 i .
"v,,.1..1.I I I In _I. .s.t,. .h.1 I,.r-s"..r''r ''n r. DEED ",... J.,.,.. : 1..n .ny 5's- ''mm.dl..I 1500,6,05' to A JOINT an a.:, Solid') 01f C."
.. ,4. 4s.I.tt .4-.sl.I, : ( ', Bill, N,. ) : CAM t'.IISIN ( : mil ..0rr.1 I 11'on': h.d .obuqss-ot A.r.'crte :. VIII Pop.n. ..- BE IT RMOL. r J.
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"' :. .---5, ,.t $..rtI.s."n"4 .1.,01., ", .10. I'. .01'11 IS HrKtHY. CVt.S. 'h'' Und.. ail rail, 03,0 bl i-l. S'w'lrk.. s; .nd "II .ny lsPh Ise t.'pcI Sf tt. lb. Cs'S': .1 Tsor..I'b : onatilutiori al l ,I
+ ,. FI3T PUSI1TIL1" I.,. 5.55.. on M"." M.II" lnts.,. I.. \ r nn.l IV. N w VorkJOHN .ls-ttt1t.rl .nd Po.ffl 01 muo..1, T""lo .' ; .r 5.10". :. by add' .551 '
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.' .. "-'. .. n.I'".. "" us1,5 .15.4 "r SUHmh.,. hi., Klfhollt.r< 'tt.s r' CAMLRON Itf S..t. t J4lh, ..0,11146 IsIru.cSI.III4hrittthr' 'lost 10 151 Co'ot" .,t. Slat. .m."de a *. "' .
.. : R II 'AI F.' 0 rAU P.St._ A. f.. 1 ".. ... hili ...t ('..SSI.I, .4441sS,5.tPSSS,5 I".., h' r.. .N. .. 4; Ik. 4TI7 6lil| ". AIUO'j( "..,. llrookl>'n. IS5'k.. 447 .unt 'O 01 I4et.t. I. ,_p'.d o Fir nda. the County Ta> Aunor ahallAswi. uld Article. rrl5tIlIJ4dIl'04'. f.
.. 'l44Il4Il' ,l..ss.'d 110. SI'.IS I.. : H61IS A" H Urn 'atlfrd .. .. "
I ,, ,! ....h..t "'' I I" W.l.I.t. 11:1lt.I. .. "' referendum flectionirovlded the Pronerty of th. County for th. r nd n.f
-- .,It ...n.... ',, 'Is, ,.k... t.., ... ,.---i..... ..I ., ,jis. ,... d. .t Al'Ol'lr. A.. U. I a. l It. n York ; herein. th. urn. t.1 beenfeeti _. Purpo-e of Le\ying Slat County. ScBoolam CG "* '
<.,..1 ..n_ \'.. ... tS. t"I1...5. .1.,10..1- 1 fll. I ...,. I my ofn.. ... !Iso, ASI ALL tNhSOVM HUHI: I I't' :. \ on th* firit d.* Jan ...y Moi.r.I, Tax. Levied by th* lo r.ob" >'". IIO
IH'HW DIWIE "'., cI... 'i' sprt. uv llrmlon for ... dwd. I. I llutK >. : (OSANI t.t sMSIt.t.s.. lltlluf.*ding t.1 r.lfjendura ast.OECTIOII *ute. Cosely. Count* School .1.10... t'.I. r
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ion S.I.I.rIfl.. 5,1-, Ih, JltSOIM.) : CKhlHTOKS TIUHIrrKOlt "on 1.01 D !'' Special Tax Bebol II .,
'. Th. l CIlsir: t'' i ..4th.-! !...! r.I winrii.crllwd prom S l> In th ,"rlt.1 1IA1MAN1-4 IIY TIIII'.I. '. Beor. 1t7 I.. d.IstbpSIS : and Munlclpalltiea' el l. County 10. u. I I
.181. "!lION COPC5LAflO4AX." N-4SE'5.' .-5. N.s'h..t.u..rr' ,. ... my of M.rtln gl.l" or Horl.li ril .. I'Nlt.II AGAINST AI K I1I. ,... ,.. .f thIs Ar.11, ; BF IT RFSOLVED BY THE ...1 4orrerbcr. I. I "MiMtfU

1F.RJ1LIZERSIMECTKIDL5 Pa ClIp ''loll'' i "r s.....".n Nlnetnii 110'| i .p.l ,'lv.ly. .. tol..... ''oWI ( I AMUttlN H''II AND '.1.b. 01 ury,5.s-II I .lf.l. .h.1 TullE OF Til IrATE OF FR.ITh. LGIL. h .
.. I .... ... | l l.tlO: HISS'. ITT HEll >" D. puS sod r.II.4, by I 1055 IISECTION : "
Rr PR.i) % r PArKAJiD. .. ., l'"iird | f'l'IK. m.ol" .. folowl"! Is t' O
't T..kl Thi 4-' v .n I 4iuthKon 41 .Jl. ol Amtdm.nt f'
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.... J >e lay Sflie.lVM Forty,.:. ; Ill is, 'i.... In.IK. A uu.1 7. UI. .v.lnl m, JESSIE: ( MtlHHl' ) AND' CusolyFNr.a.s.rir..sdm.IctinoIII ectori ol Ot.nc: t.1: ot SI Cono"'uU.' If .'' '.,. d
: ; n'.6.'.r..ah>. Mnuth, r."''s-- Hun.lr.I fnt ihtrer.1 Vndlvldctl. One I s i 444,, VMI I ILLIA H. .('ot.I.I.I' HMt HIM b. p.0.-I sod h.ld I., .10. r.da relative to (. Ast.ott4tuII a l riecora Countr'" ;< :1 Irl'5
.nH !I... thnt tri.r.iulir pirrrll I II i..t of Guvvrnmtrnt I.o' 41, Leon UANU. f.OI -: ( : IItIN'IETT: of oh'thrr' .10 In"."'."*? anl Col:*c, on of .11 (.0,1 In th* sIts th* be '"- ,, !1
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..... M%I ')\\IITY l ..n. N..rth' ..th.rnlr, ,. U.. "f th. Hi"hw'yp I. $,.lin it. lown.hlp,. 3Ulh. AND PHILLIPOWrTT. HHIIIIMIANII >. determining acceptedtn .nd ; 0.. '.-.'.I .1 C..nt" of Day S. le ol Florida. by. add- ihall rlectora ol .eld K t
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J.n..r. ...d .mvrtnl hr tolirnle :> 15..... 41 t..i., omnrl.ln, JOHN r'. CAMrHIIN: ANtI ou.llliedJucb ; ,' said 1M Icr'' adIIl.ss-I .s-tlnt. t b e'' ]%I
___ C..F_ ..... .I..l I 4.'.'' I s- "-i.t..h.. ISIS ...1 "I 1 -r... .n.5 .......d l ,..,.',..1, I I. HHCIIr.I. WHO AKr-: Nor, "Soft N relerenittiln d:; .rlo.; : : .5111 fu 0.141 Op.50011, S'"on, 14 ."d ",,, b elevlion county el th* _

3". _.._. c._ ___ ; L >' Touxo r....' S ......t.d U ,. ",.." IP44 sP' D..II '1 R. f;. 'In..I a" P. I'. 1..1 TO Ills; lr:AIJ OK AIIVK AVIS "' ninety' d.,. .. th* effective ltd tOl b. ..ie ,,ti hereby ..... to .0 Record In and fStr =r M r
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'S. 0.1.0. ..-. ,.. All PAHrirM: : lllfAIIIIVK : ial of .nystt.In law. lbs Bo.rd ol .h.1 10 Ih EItcrs
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5 .. 3l.s.. _... I C5U4444.YI..ld. ) NAMrl: OHTHHIt County Comml..loner, ahall provide foi I.t. of F.or da lor ..u.uU' or .r.eBal'irw, Ir

I p.hl. r.--'sd.- 1..lt..,.. N... ISIS. ( : UNKNOWN Hulls: UHVIKrrlSc'ltHiirORS : th. holding' of *ny .. S referendum ..1st.Is. '..Irl.h.! Iltrt.I5 t b ... to H" oll' I"l';
CH BTiAr scmice SOCIETY or i ,' ..Isto..11." tb3 .,0 (34.5. """ '. '. LIENI.I144. .nd nolle* thereof tOts b* pubthed5VIIId5a.1 ''0 Tuetdar alter tha .. 4 I
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RALPH OJVIER MOTOR! JT\lA"V .n.4' I a H fn .10. I...." .' M"n. in Navembar. tIll, lollowaiSECTION .wa. 5m
... .. 111!. ,' Tr.rl 0. THIKTtK", ( OTHrKtIAIMANIS a0t.eIlSe.rkIrulI : :: : ,
L.., F_ $_$ SI.tlv tStI t 'h. t.IlS.lt d..I. .v.lnl 11..h "I uur.IJrI.,14. eeki in From and after : :. .
CO. ; m H .r ft aervl le. I .......n, .1'''.'. on Nulls' C"uIy., iind""j: I1"Tr..l., ".. ""IT.,, UNIt.1 KNOWNIlrHNDANfl ... I.ro.r to .10. d.,." of 'mm.d.t.l" : ,., Inu.., I. l"It. the County, Tax Aneoor : .; ttht: :
riori*.. .. will, I and 4. III 4k 511. of IAVINOlt ( I.AIM .sIns-s-puprr ot ......I cl.ul'"on Irt.sld Cs.t; ol Bay. B'.'. ef Florida, : ::: rf. -.
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----- -- n. 5.h, sSt.s., ..f 'iht $.,uth- n MuhHIviilnn of "'.1 OH" chain of INTEREST: : IN IHr: llh.KhINAPiEIIJ15.SCRIHED cs-ni.. tho. r..p,01.' ....In'.".'th.rul.sprocld.d r.Iutu, I County'tlIIatIr'.IIIpr Sco! and"',. .for,pal all taxe.Slat, lab ,ltr1: :: ?
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-I. BIG MARLJ.V UNHOOKS w..t Qs.rt.p (IS* I ..r thr Houth. 111. il 5 All of 1.0, it A U to PROPrHTYity : 'e Ih* holding, 01 general 1' .. .halt levied ,n th* County by the Stat. :
..., ftu.rt.r ISK1, > 4.t X.ctlonVlnMwn II Inc.. Mile,' I,, H.,... Gnnt. V.,,. .nd ms-h "t 'C". 541' h.'ly ..' tn* holdingndum tt 1 any .tuttt refer.any Countr Co.'ty School J.usry. r' ;
LOST A FOU> D :. /It.. TO.h.Mp| ThI.Iy.t. ,' 'Fown.hlpi UK/HI South. lUniiei 'Iul.o 't. .,'p.t' h.t... '.' ('I, .sl1 1''I, election, If auch lawover 05.11 D:.IrIl l. Spec:: I.ho'e -: :: .

'I um C:r..r.'jeQ from p*.* One? ". .. I l-i, South 5.,.. rortyunef "> '41 ""'. comprl.liii, I in .the ..>. .r .. rlorldH. m' ln, CIU.tHou. -i. aceepld, and ratified, by the majority, Sri Xunlclpaliliea, .. DIUI S.ItO ::

,Ut lut. rr."'" (0 Is-tIll.: .1 ........5 re.Ptctively .", In 1..rl. MHrlln' (.0..,.'. Horldi., ., .f .ls-tar p.rl.p.hn., In ."" 05hr.fstrtdum ill Leglalatura thall' at th. : i: 0
5.-- 4. . .- Xs of :I\e stroM... flaibecon 'to W. I I. N. Loflund .n 0' h.f. l tint ..I.sof o..b..1 .' ...n I.. .5.11" 05. lam. T..'.n in IMt and L. :: ::
7 .- ,...... ... '-- ,, ... com. and b. ,la 1'0' il .' .t
( i.r ''h. .ll.v.llon.. .1 ,1,1 BUIft A. U. U. '0.i Hill of Ton'|,.Mint brouuht full fore and effect. bul tlm. 'h....".,. mart I.. pcifying th* ,
.. *le jfaip-to-ihore radio anraccJers tomploint! will b. taken .. conf....i U. ... d c.i-tlflc.t.. .h.ll ko r.- .".In.!)s.,. .n itch .f ,. by ".h..h, I if .tI,7.ur I, .lellon majority, el lbs .'' linclion.. eompanae.lion : : .. -o :' ; :,
I wy,... .rnk of you. unit thl* Onlvr. d... m.4l lerurillnir to lu... |hDropmtl. W A. er...n ....I D..rths U. And.r..n, .I '. p.rtlclpating. I hs-flIhs, II vonaialn.1 of County Ta .>.nl. d..'. ,, 1:1: ; :
-- -- and other boats c&eerec' .bll ... p..bIl.k.d. In TII. 8'u." H."...
IIII' S S...PtP pu...._ I In StS.rt. Nsl klltrie.t Milder .t 'wi Court .10.,.. till. tont 10. f..Il"ltIe .,.."y.I. 0.u.h law it ihall e. lul ton ..1 likrauj* provide b, law far (. 'It iSIS ., ..

WANTEDHa TonUUuoo in his tight ('sUtI7. IlrId. .... ....y w..k t.., ts' ., on Ih. f,., Monday In .th. month' 0..of In Mmtln, 0.010..1.. 'Iorl... '0..11 I I and vaulng of board no I O.'CII ol laid I .1. .hall Th. .... ....n.lon ..,. 'h. '_mt& ct MInds,In .t.u. r.I I;'
l4o.S' .lit. ....ho. November !184. hlch i. th. rOLKTH Lot ... l Is l unit )I. llfy thi .- AI. ol tax** .levied : >
TU. retort catch tor AUanU. ... HII.kT"'nt mull ol any auch relarenttun.l.cllon by the .'.. County, School Is :.
__. ItJ' 0..ml. at 8'.u" PlsI, 4>y of NOVrMHrH. 1918 ill I. rrixliM) Addition tuth to th* S.creury ol Rule withlc n County c: 1
'hi. a"( .5., .f 0.''''''''. A II IU4h.J ,".0 101.' 1HIRDTOUtK< Town of tltum-t (Moildn .....4. Un dard. 1.0 0.".. Spotlsl.a b ...tETO I
C1y j a Thjv: martin : i '" JnJO'
meaaurlnjah'.y l R POMFKOV I I I l. Inn to th* |pI.l t thereof; IlIad It i I Dereinbor ..1 .un.'p. ,
,:.7..L, .:.. ::.. ,'1. ." 1'1... ". C".r! J. a. l0SIHRoy.Cl. : I 1(12 mid neorded '1,5 l Hook I SECTION 15. ,I From end afUl Nh.r.5to- 0.04 .
C. ; c* r 8 lett '1..1 ek l'I..ul Ctrt of N.rt.s Coun'". 2. Pin* 66. P>lm Hemh tul El.,. !I Ili HOUSE JOIVT BtsOlt'TION NO 15 Jant I.., I"ary I,Co IMg, th County Tax Collec { I::r
H ,ItRY 45 l.yU sss4 I > u. nty of Bay Stale el florIda. .
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rt Pierce, Florida 15,000, FIRES IN ,! Jelly Manufacturer Planting and Bobby and Miss Peggy McIntosh Th<. Butcher-Tucker weddinghas !: ROTARY CLUB i
782 I HomeDemonstration of Fort Pierce were dinner been postponed for !sometime

ERICK phone L PORTER Sixty Acres guests of Mr and Mrs.George because of the housing rr. *\! STUART.,. No ,
STATE of Guavas Here ? M. Wcdni-idiiy 12111
Spedaliat Osborn, n Sunday I I|I shortage in Miami where Mr. I. *."SS CHISHOLMS I
:Mr and Mrs O H. Johnson if FRED ltl
Room 204nrite I I Tucker is employed by the Bell I.,*,** pn.n..:
a birthday dinner Sundayin '
Theatre Bldg. J. lIarri\on Notes tare I JAMES PEJCRAM > i I'
1\IcCready of HIaleah Telephone Company. |
Program Launched Florida jelly prominent South honor of their IOn Ed Those ,,
to "Keep IndI8I1town-8nd grower, has planted 60 acres in guavas near By MISS UTILE DCSCOESummer present were Mr and Mrs A. M.1' _
Florida Green" 'I K J. Rhoades, first t FlorIdian to the ,
commercial see lyter of Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. I I3or "

ert L. Hackett Qov according to qualities William of 11 Bischoff guavas, is now a resident here ganoeots Um baDe Johnson Mr. and Mrs Ed I LIST your Rooms Apartments and Rental i
Millard F Caldwell will unworn in the closet because of Johnston Wilma Simmons, and Hornet with us.
kkeepin and' Tax spark the "Keep Florida Green" Writlnj in the MiamI Daily' News agricultural section underarm pr $plr Uon sums Ur and Mrs. Johnson and fam- I
Blllchoff '
Service movement at Tallahassee on Maid recently: sometimes can be rvciainted. L. FULFORD

Stuart, FloridaSTUART Oct. 30, President Leonard K world.The gua\8 was once the tramp of the horticultural These stain will of ten eves, UyUi, and Mrs. Shelby McCul-
Thomson of the Florida State Dut the demands' of society are rapidly making a out with ordinary vuhloc. or ley and daughters, Shirley, Clara cR.at f\tati
Chamber of Commerce an- gentleman! of him, and Floridians may look forward to another dry cleaning. A UtUe elesnenurr Jean Verdi Mae and Mary, Mr. BUYING; SELLING IICNTINC:
nounced here today He outlinedthe rapidly) rising Industry as the former hobo progresses chemistry first will sometimes and Mrs: Odell DeLoach and pnornury MYNACCMENT:;
details of a statewide move- from rags to riches.JUllt help restore coSor daughter, Charolete, Mrs J A Write P. O. Box No. 4 I

TY COMMISSION ment designed mainly to prevent how this former tramp is repaying those wholccl'ptt'd Body prespiratlon is usually Altaian and children Keith and 110 Camden Avenue .
Regular Meetings the destruction by fire of / i him Into society and undertook to make a gentleman acId. Se>> countered fresh stains: VOMrtd Alfred Pedersen and I Phone 32-J '
Florida's forests He said that of him may be seen from the rapidly expanding with an alkali Dampen the spot rrantts Staler attended the Stuart Florida
8:00: P. M. 13,000 forest fires, most of which establishments of guava products manufacturers In the with water and bold It for a few fifth Sunday meeting at Bel

2nd and 4th were deliberately set, were recorded Miami.area good example> is Miami Fruit Industries, minutes over tie fumes from a moat church south of Clearwater I V
In Florida last year. operated i by 1'111'' and Mrs Jl Harrison McCready in bottle of ammonia water. Or for last week: end. i
City Hall Thomson said the Forestry DIvision Hialeah cotton>> linen and other mater-1 I, The P. T A. executive meet- Need A SIGN Quick? I
of the State Chamber, at casual tl1J'ee 'ears isis that do Dot .ter-spol.-dl- tug win be held at the school'
McCready depended
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a recent conference determined"to wild guavas for upon lude the ammonia water to ball httue. Wednesday night at S

,tic, Always Welcome come to grips at once" with tiont' Put these supplies' became increasingly spotty strength apply a few drops directly o'ebek'uunnllnuuuinrnulltnnnnnuuitn. l
the as to the stain and rinse KING SIGNS I ALL KINDS
timberland arsonists. The remedy -'I people who once roamed the woods gathering wild
he declares, lies more In guavas found their ways into the armed forces and war thoroughly Ammonia water affects I i ..
ST 52 Lbs.lhrr the field of education than It I: industry! So :llcCready turned to E. J, Rhoades the first acme dyes, so bare white New1s TRUCK WINDOW SHO-CARDS 's
ss AOAIN" does in the realm of law enforcement Floridian! to see the possibilities of guavas as a commercial vinegar bandy to stop tie acUoo Palm City REAL ESTATE WALL
.au. rr,woarN "We hope," he asserted crop, I of the Ukall If the fabric begins ,
to change color.Perspiration By AXNIB. DVYiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiimi "SIGNS THAT SELL"
"to impress upon our people Ru'loadeRl who now lives at Stuart, had planted and
Na W.tl"a the urgent need of forest I i brought to bearing 40-acre stains that bare 300 Old Dixie P. Fla.
?1 u preservation a grove of guava trees near iii-Way O. Box 501 Stuart,
?MrnW r,a w1. w.u..butts.ora and prove to them Upa-Loeka.. This grove was, and according to McCready 'I been allowed to set for a few To Rev and Mrs. Harrison L.
m.ercal m. soon.. that setting fire to the trees Is still is the only large cultivated days may become alkaline So Han _
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Dilwnml.ru guava grove in the world I old stain Packard of Antrim. N. H. expect -
fails to respond to
criminally wasteful, and nowbearing..
I to leave their home by motor -
,NH 1111. Li'M no economic purpose whatsoever This experiment in pampering guava trees has proved I the ammonia water tJ'&tme'DLreverse OQ or about Oct. 7th to take TENDER DRESSED HENS, FRYERSFRESH
h1wYi w h ." so successful the process and use Tine-
,D111nYG./ dry McCready has planted another 60 acres up their duties as pastor of the
ar-a mild acid. SaontUtc with
rN.MN at Indiantpwn. The new grove he expects to bring Into' Fain Ctty Union Congregational YARD EGGS
rw,w 'v"e..ol.u.de.e M.. "Stuff ecl-fp"Noie,Headache? \Ucniingithin three years, and his long range plan call. vinegar sometimes restores rotor church Morning church service
,u roar. ,.l.eollMn, for eventually a 200-acre though an old stain is more dif COMPLETE LINE "ALL MASH" FEED
1 N r WI .M .M.r \due to. i'' ''' ':i"jfG& b between Fort Pierce grove on the sandy land midway ficult to remove than a fresh will probably! be held Oct. 13
; and Belle Glade.1'C'I'eady'I'I A3 members and friends are re-
Opa-Locka grove gets all the attention one.Yellow to be present to give
,F,!!? StSLni .C I that citrus and perspiration stains on quested
avocado growers have long ago learned them a hearty welcome. Each
Phone 11 whit material will sometimes'
Drug Co.- I.Ild.i i your miittiii tea ftpAUJTioMrll l pays> off in increased production of those fruits. Thejrnavas ,
: <J. Sunday: following preachingservice
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Out This Ad As A In snu.d tACi.Il.t UOiJIOFor I : vanish when bleached in the sun
I are fertilized six times a 'ear. The trees are win be held at 11 a m..
Reminder C..ti.n rot i" after washing with soap and
proved periodically for the control of insects and disease. Sunday: school at 9:45. ..
water. For stubborn st.ams. 164 FLAGLCR AVE. PHONE 311
I Even nutritional sprays) are used :arcs George Smith will return
As though these'attentions't,; ; enough for fruit sponge with hydrogen peroxide to her home from the home of
Or quickly dip the stained spot ------ -- --- ----
REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES tiees unused, until now, to any attention whatever from her daughter: Miriam in Roselle,
into a solution of two teaspoottis:
man there's more to come. The Hialeah jelly manufac- I :I. J_ where she has vlxited for
turer has .iiM installed 50 colonies of bees in the grove The sodium hydrosulSte and onepint several weeks She also visitedat
water and rinse immedlaie-
SEE more efficient pollination will result in a 20 per cent increase ly. but test the cloth for colorfastness the homes of the Rev. and Service & Repairson
in yield I, :McCready believes Ifrs. Lcrtng B. Chase at East
to this bleach before
Meanwhile\ even without the bees, which have just XorJi I DITTO }( UBIN come into the picture, the guava trees have responded using and Urs. H. L. Packard: of Am- your

generously to fosteiing. They provide a harvest 10 monthsof I iilllliiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiuilllllSALERNO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I tr.m. K H. i
Radios, Fans, Electric Motors, Range Units and
the year, and this year's crop will be the greatest to The log cabin on Mlchlgfn
date McCready\ who does not measure the fruit but only NEWSn ate and St Lucie river has been all small Appliances
Next Door To Stuart News the juice they produce estimates this year's production at purchased from Mr and MMCharret ,
The juice is pressed from the guavas in a small plant I I i F. Blaavelt. formerly of ,

located at the gro\e. After being pasteurized, it is put into J C. DeLoach. whose "TTUi ItUml and recent residents of ,,
10-gallon glass bottles and taken to the plant at Hialeah birthday was Thursday Sept 24 Indian River drive For 20 years --

ewelry of DistinctionFine where it is stored until cooked into jelly. After pasteurization was honored on Sunday at tt* they were owners of the Miami

the guava mice keeps for two years without refrigeration home of Mr. and Mrs., Fred Pe- itooo Art shop in M1*"!. 1
or the addition of preservathe. dersen. Sunday was also Peder- :Ur and liri Ralph Churchill Hutto and Appliance Co.
Diamonds and WatchesYOU This >ear's guava crop from the Opa-Locka grove will sen's birthday and be was alas of Cranston Cl returned to their I OI'O

make 10 carloads of lelly. But this will not be enough to surprised The dinner was spread i I|home last week after several 204 Opposite Fire Dept.:
CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM fill orders, because Americans, during the recent years of on the lawn and served to l rand weeks spent at the hone of Mr I

prosperity!' have acquired an insatiable appetite for guava Mrs L. C. Moore. Mr. and and :Mrv Vernon Van Ness Palm
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C. & E. WALKERJEWELERS Jelly Once a luxury item found only in gift shops and Mrs A. J Dt-Loach and son Jinmie. City Farms j j
"carriage trade" grocery stores, it is now featured on the Mr. and Mrs. L. E. DeLoach Ur: Van Ness, who was seriously -
!shelves of most well-stocked groceries. and children. Thomas. Mary. injured some months ago while I Visit Our Package Store
Science has discovered that the guava has a higher Anna Mae and Jean all of Stu blowing stamps on his farm, has
CEOLA AVE. STUART FLA. content of Vitamin C than even citrus fruit. But it has art: Winifred Pedersen and been home sometime from the

only been during the past few years that horticulturists Artie RoweD.fr! and Mrs E. A. hospital' and U reported as much J ICE COLDBEER
have turned their attention toward developing suitable DeLoach, and :Mrs. O. D. Qiaiglry Improved.W' I : .
varieties for commercial growing. Citrus growers have had and sons Joe. Jesse and George- C. DeLong. Injured recently
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL access' to dependable commercial varieties for at least a Mr and Mrs Fred Pedersea mad when his car overturned on ..f..1
generation.Experiments. sons Walter and John Sloe Martin highway returned:l ''C' I'

PHOTOS which may lead to variety dependablefor Mr and Mrs W. ).[. Mary ar- borne Friday from the Martin :: ,/

commercial planting are now going on at the Redlandllubtropical rived home last week after tea County hospital: where he Is slowly .
OTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT .. experiment Nation. Most promising result to days In Waverly and Wauctala recovering from a back injury ;v'

SALE date is the Redland guava. It has the advantage of being with relatives and friends: Ur and :Mrs Paul I. Myers and By The Case

ROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED larger ((10 to 16 ounces) than the common guava, is less Eddie Cooler!! of Danville IX: daughter have moved from Palm f 1(
seedy, and has less odor, Unlike most common guavas, it arrived last week after tome time City Farms to their home in .4t 1
can he eaten in the fresh form. there with his parents. Eiabethtown.' Ky. which is Mr AT ANYIuJ
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP The Redland guava bears its heaviest during the win- EDWARDS-nJO\IPSOS! Myers' former home, where he

Union ter' months from December to March, when most guava Marie Edwards of) Fort Pierce> expects to operate an electrical TIME
tger Bldg. Next To Western trees are without fruit. This habit would make it a valuable and Richard
addition to a commercial grove, where a year-round were marired Sunday evening at Ed Scott recently InjuredIn I
desired 8 o'clock in the presence of relatives a car wreck is improving She
harvest is! .
But even the improved Redland is not the answer to and friends at the borne of received an injured right..hOWd1er. /]

and Fix Up! what needed for a commercial guava. Until such a treeis his brother. George TJwmpson.: I Cocktails and Mixed Drinks ,
Repair developed, those who plant guava groves will have to The Rev. R. :M. Fenton of Smart Word has been received from ;,.
officiated )Ir. Urs. E.: Sherman of Port I :
depend' on seedlings from the most likely trees they can i aDd
Mr. and Mrs Thompson expect Jefferson. L t that they are TOMMY SAVAS
Material Are Still Very find to make their home In Salerno leaving this week in their new I

Scarce But We Will Be Glad MY FUTURE VOCATIONPrize The Salerno Apartments: with boat -Venture HP and will I _" o.

To Help You Out With What Winning Essay by Iris Pollock Grade 10 rooms and restaurant., opened come south by the Inland water-
Material We Have On I have decided to raise cattle as my life's work. Most people Wednesday. Oct 2 with Mrs way. They will trite! slowly and
y A+ have the impression that this is a man's work and will think It Viola Mathers as manager enjoy the trip Friends here extend -

Hand. peculiar that I like that kind of life. Actually a girl can ride as Mrs. E. O. Pank. Mr. and :Mrs to them a hearty welcometo New River Front ;
ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR good and think as well as any man If she wants to bad enough.I've Harry: Orr and children. Jo Ann Martin County.

i BESTI worked with cows and horses as far back as I rememberand U -- I ..i
1 I love Itt! The vast out-of-doors fascinates me. I can breathe I already have a few bead of cattle which I win sell to buy .
easier and I feel freer when I'm way out In the pasture. My sister land. By vealing the calves and wring the eggs I win be able to
I ,
Lumber Co. and I help Daddy every Saturday During the summer we stay repay the government In five years. Then I win be on my own. MODERN\ HOME .j
asa out for weeks at a time. Especially when we're marking and brand- I know several prosperous' cattlement from Zndiantown who
got their start this way There 1s always a comfortable living in I
tng.The cattle business isn't all "roses" by any means. SometimesI cattle. If the price of cattle goes: down everything else goes down COMPLETELY FURNISHED j

PHONE 66 get so tired and sunburned I think I'll pass out, but when doing If prices rise, the price of cattle will rise. This. fact has proved

something you like to do being tired doesn't matter. self many times It-I ELECTRICALLY EQUIPPED I :
and business, as I
I Raising cattle Is also a progressive prosperous
lovely pasttime I Intend to take an agricultural courseIn FACILITIES i

RY CLEANINGand I well college as a after Security"I graduate loan from to reliable high school.persons The to government get a start and offers I 't :.1
"Farm The Finest
I Intend a to take advantage of this opportunity. With It I can buy Enjoy Best residential location. Just outside city It ;i!
head of chickens and a horse.
50 head of cattle. 100 to 200 limits. If you see it, you will buy it. H





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(Rugs, Furniture Etc.-10 Year Guarantee) I WELDING, MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S .: :

GEORGE KEITH I in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious

Kartin County Cleaners Machine BOAT AND Service Western Steaka. J. E. TAYLOR r .

PHONE 156W3 JENSEN BEACH Bar Package Store Grill 1
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It i I' 'btlmatrd :hit these) : weIr :Mineral extractive and processing -I uiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiin' :

',' 30000000 bulfilces, in America! industries employ about Too Late toCLASSIFY FISHING SPERTI CORP. TO e

when the white man that ar"spa 650000 productive workers In

II. : 't.t- : iKed, ____ Penns>lvania. '_ BUILD PIER AT Announcing Ett'

.f". 1 Ii SALES ;, '" See' Us For I By Rl'SSELL K.\Viiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiimii I I' '

: I t 14' _1(. :, ..... ? j St. Lucie Region ,' ; JENSEN BEACH THE REOPENING OF
, I" & Repairs and
1.IFt I Gf' f) I I R may
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= .. Next week the nation will hon-i THF TRI'K SPORTSMAN It" GUARDIAN OF NAt URAL RESOl'KCH
1 '" SERVICE i'obi.2\ : Parhe or the press through the observance I I ,

\ :) Week of an National event established Newspaper by i cial Some fishermen rough-housing did their commer-cause NEW YORK NABS ,I Agar-Agar Expansion Concern Program Begin In THE LAW OFFICESOF

ARNOLD BAUER far more harm than good Mon- Martin County
resolution at the annual meet- I 0
day of this week at Moorehaven
Ing of Newspaper Association
St. Lucie Boulev. Phone 142-W Managers, Inc.. at Chicago in I when they ganged up on L O.. FUGITIVE FROM I Application has been made to
1 Bruce of Barstow Commissioner the War Department by Spertl, ; .

e ----- 1939From I for the Fifth District and scuffled I Inc Norwood Station Cincinnati :D
"' its inception Kiwanis with J. W. Corbett of Fort FLORIDA PRISON I !. for a permit to maintain an

. International has participated 'Pierce Commissioner for the existing pier and marine railway HARRIS LOWERY JR.
; -II FOR SALE In the event with special news I I .
1'- Fourth District. I ---- I, In Indian River at its property -
paper program and has about one mile north of ;
rncour-I The fishermen were venting i "Wealthy Stuart Visitor"Escapes r'r
24 Ft. Lyman Cabin Cruiser so aged other organizations their resentment at a circuit I Prison, Is Seised Jensen Beach. The pier extends Oughterson Building
I I into the waterway approximately
court's upholding of the Game Again
165 HoP. SCRIPPS MOTOR The theme of the 1948( observ- I:& Fresh Water Fish Commissions 241 feet from the high-water .f rI ;;

FULLY EQUIPPED AND MANY EXTRAS ance is "The Newspaper" As a I ruling closing Lake Okee- NEW YORK-Bernard Men- shore line and Is 4.2 feet wide, SECOND FLOOR
Public Servant." Keeping Americans except the landward 70.5 feet .-
chobee the Johns the
and St. to
delsohn 23 old who was
I STUART MARINE\ SERVICE Co. the best Informed people In I taking of fresh water fish except years which Is 33.5 feet wide and the /I cede

the world Is the greatest publicservice I II catfish. as of midnight Monday. convicted last September of passing next 85.5 feet channelward, :lift "

Incorporated our newspapers render, forged checks in Stuart and which Is 9 feet wide. The deck ::

L Ph"nc 33 Stuart Florida Box 96bgr I The newspaper Is so close to The commissioners were actingfor several other Florida cities, was is 3 feet above mean low water -- .Ie. ::;
the good of all Florida, and
the life of the American The said marine extends
average railway
i6411' 4l4tE -"J I fallowing the enlightened lead arrested In New York last Thursday -
that Its true worth Is often overlooked Into the waterway about 100 hegti :
of all other States In the unionIn two weeks after making his
People have come to take feet from said shore line. :
''f their newspapers for granted, barring the commercializationof escape from Prison Camp Number Application has been made for LUMBER j VETERANIF ''sxUt
black bass, bream and -
VENETIAN and they fall to realize how crappie 30 \In Callahan R T. Morrow, by R, I. Taylor. t pz:;'
They deserve the whole-
: much they depend on them from Mendelsohn who gave his address agent for a modification of a r.r.

the standpoint of informationand men hearted of Florida support in of all backing the sports-them to police as 13970 Provost permit Issued to him In June to 1 PT YOU HAVE PRIORITY IE! gt.eaiLt
: service construct a pier, In St Lucie r;::::
r BLINDS up in their stand, and this Incident Detroit. Mich was nabbed by US FOR
No single Industry contributes River easterly shore, at his property :
as much to the national life as will make their backingall detectives of the Forgery Squad on Sewalls Point Drive, ltt: r.:

=! :: the newspaper; from the date of the more certain. after he allegedly attempted to about 1.2 miles north of Sewall Building MaterialsWE awlJ!
= HOME FURNISHINGS 000Sportsmen i
3L _-- the nation's birth until the pre- and commeiclal pass another bad check in pay Point. The permit authorizes a a

sent the press has stood as the ment for two wallets valued at concrete and timer pier with a I
i McMillan Furniture Co. voice of freedom and guardian fishermen have found at least $24 in an exclusive New York total length of about 150 feet WILL DO OUR BEST 'OS: \ClCVCDTTrllNO ; ':!Il"ju
one common ground in Martin
: of our liberty. leathergoods stoic with the main approach pier J

We are so accustomed to stepping County; both are bitterly op- He is reported to have escaped project Into the river about 135 :
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE out on the front lawn and posed to the dumping of fresh from the Florida I penal camp feet from the high water shoreline :-.Y: IsS
water from Lake Okeechobee
I PHONE 699 finding our morning or evening on September 4th: with another I The pier would be about Gu.-
Into the St. Lucie River in
-I paper awaiting us or receiving man. He owes 37 years on a 33- 6 feet wide, and 5 feet above .
our weekly the advance of our winter season mean low water The 4; pe:
---- paper through year sentence imposed on him permit ;
realize that
mall or b>' local carrier regularly, muddy eaters on September 25 1945 by a Flor- also authorizes him to drive five i:4 caAae
from the canal drive
"' that it Is difficult for us to Im- pi ac- fender piling along the channel-
: ida court According to police
\ From where I sit ...&u Joe Marsh agine what it would be like If this tlcally all fish to sea and early reports Mendelsohn began his ward side of the rlverward 50 (.;

-1J':7'* all newspapers suddenly sus- week representatives of forgery career while "vacationing feet of the pier. It Is further
J JI each faction wired and wrote
pended publication. at Stuart carrying on his proposed to drive a single mooring .5
I L A year ago when a printers the U S. Engineer Dept, ask- activities up and down the coast pile 15 feet southerly and xa

I ?.hx ri.T. Bert Childers strike caused a shut down of the ing closed-although that the canal that be dlcln kept His bad checks came to $8,000 25 feet easterly from the chan- TO tH r w.tt.

newspapers in the city of before he was arrested In Palm iielward end of the pier
and the Melon Patch Rochester, the people of that stop the locks from being opened Beach Plans of this work may be

community learned just how He Is alleged to have posed asa seen at the U. S, Engineer Office ---- "

much they had come to dependon 0-0- 575 Riverside Avenue Jacksonville -
n<"rt ( hildeM put an ad in the Naturally It puzzled t some folks Bill King and myself were "wealthy winter visitor" at \ Florida
their and
newspapers and how at the officeof
C'di"n/ the other day, Hero whatit .but Bert explains: "It c1""mea guests of Curtis hiticar out to stuart. renting an apartment
lost they were without them. the Engineer in Charge U S,
there-and worthless
saul: kick to .hare things when I can his passing
favorite reef on the edge of RICOU HARDWARE CO.
The Engineer suboffice,
Rochester foot
Democrat & checks in Palm Beach and of Collins -
Planted more melon than I afford to-whether it a the melons, the Gulf Stream Sunday. We
Chronicle told what Avenue, Miami Beach, Flor-
can eat this year Stop by and pick or the lemonade, or beer, I guess Ijust happenedin pulled grouper and snapper till MiamI. He was nabbed by the ida. lAD
like whims" following : FBI In February 1945 A femin- '
want. All free. to indulge my
many as you our arms gave out. Also pickedup -- -
The people of Rochester awoke -- "Where Fishing Begtn
From. I if had two nice ine companion also arrested at AN
As you etn guess, plenty t of folks I alt we moreself to find themselves withouta king mackerel anda
C stmt their kids over and plenty I of .indulgent" people like Bert newspaper for the first timein dolphin-and passed throughacre the time was released
the parent came too. StrippedIti -.ho believe la share aad share after acre of Spanish mack- Police here found several allegedly Phone 38

t melon patch In no time,And alike, live and let lire, this tired scanning 26 years.the streets Anxious from clUzens their erel which refused to take i.p the forged checks In Mendelsohn's I
n. they went away' Dert treated world would be a wbole lot better lures hotel as well as a -
front doors asked each other,
the .kids to lemonade, and offered off I 0-0-0 quantity of fashionable clotheshe
the a gl l&al; f lie-cold Did you get your paper this Later advices is reported to have purchased
grownups ( were to the hSTUAR7SIJCE
ipstkling beer. 1i morning Ne"'stands? were bare, trains effect that the mackerel have through forgeries He was arraigned New Merchandise This Week: t.4r+
on forgery charge
'W'" striking early in the -
trucks and buses left without
Friday and was held without ball -
their usual shipments of papers moinlng We contacted one for action by the New York COMPLETE LINE OF FARMING TOOLS .
Copynghr,1946, t mud Stout Bn ees F.aadaue. Salerno squidder who pickedup ,
for more than a hundred surrounding
County Grand by Magis If s
200 pounds. Jury \ ., Mbr
cities and towns. Peo-
0-0-0 trate Raphael Koenig in Felony PLANET JR. PLOWS I
ple as far away as 65 miles ques- Court, exelallze
Casters have been raising hob iCe
tioned friends "I wonder what
AccordIng police here. Men-
with small snook and trout In BRINDLEY ONE HORSE PLOWS
: could have happened to the delsohn weeks In
two New
: .( from docks in the lower river- spent
I'> 0 Rochester-Democrat today'How Rf'ntalaJ.vr
0 did Rochester fare with- when they can avoid the Jacks, York In high-living financing at Other New Merchandise Arriving{ Daily .
-- "" -- =-Jf.:." .. which are practically packed fin his venture with a trail of allegedly -
: .. I
.,-, out its newspapers Could mod false checks. The last
.= The
: to fin. lower river is solid
.-. .- "ft'Ir-W-: P'Jt:., ern science through newer means with bait mullet and the of his alleged forgeries led to 'rt Sec
of communication, game Information
provide a
his when he
fish arrest here attempted lltRttill
are corralling them and
-;--- substitute? Would Rochester to make a purchase at Real Estate Insurance Refrigeration Service Phones Day 216-'oIht.4-R: -
practically chasing them ashore -
\ miss their
people really news-
: an exclusive Fifth Avenue lug-
k 'vaa- :.1 papers? in-certain_. -sections. -,- gage shop. The check he repor- Write or See HEAR OUR RADIO ANNOUNCEMENTS EACH
Well\ here what happened Val
At 6:30: A M the morning of the radio One announcer was put have tedly been passed signed there"Lee was Wilson said to, JOHN E. TAYLOROsceola WEEK DAY OVER STATION \\IRA

;,.!: Z .7:. shut down the three newspapers to work reading death notices and Mendelsohn gave his address Bldff Phone IOU I 5145 P. M. Standard Time :i Cr
; began announcing over the radio It took fifteen minutes to list as Wilson as 623 Aliver STUART I

+.....a..:illrll9 that there would be no newspapers those deceased and listeners who Street, South Bend Ind,
These announcementswere tuned I In late !heard only a part -- I
continued of the list and called the office --- ----- -----
throughout the
The rallb of a rifle is the Interior I
STUART BOAT RENTALS day over the three local stations. for more Information.
diameter measured between -
However, early in the day the And they missed the advertisIng -
the lands raised
i! Frazier Creek at U. S. Highway No.1 1 phone lines became so choked columns almost as much as the bore between the grooves.
the telephone company had to the news. Shoppers were lost
( Rear of Gulf Filling Station) make special arrangements to without shopping Information.
accomodate the load. By noon Business organizations in need

14-FOOT INBOARD:: BOATS FOR RENT more than 30000 persons had of help missed their want ads. OLDWAPRCFSSINFD

phoned to Inquire about their People with lost articles want-

paper. ed to advertise for them and
FOR RIVER FISHING ONLYBY By night the total number of couldn't,"' ? SMALL RADIOS

calls\ had reached 50000 When It Is well that we pause for a ;jM"' t.. i

HOUn-DAY-OR WEEK papers from out of town arrivedIn moment and consider Just what I -=-- nplltfur, EMt i
the city, people fought for the newspapers really mean to

n _. ____ them on the streets and at the our community and to us as COLD WAVE Combination Radio & PhonographsIn

newsstands offering to pay almost Individuals. And newspaper week ..-n.
i e Path kit l eomunr S full
any price for a copy would be a mighty good time ouatrr of Salon tyw rolutoq
Publishers arranged for frequent for you to drop in and pass outa anion 60 apprllcuor, tool, Dou".h.o parveN aw:w:: Stock
Jewelry Specials news broadcasts over the word or two of encouragementto aadromplnrneautuonuiv

--- your local editor and Incidentally ---------

A NEW BOOK FOR pay your subscrIption. W. MAC CO", Stuart, fla.
Bargains In Fine Jewelry --
GROWERS Or O=O- ---'O--= -

New o 4:4 FF'! ;/vA/ !H wrt" .r'''" .rr 'q ;; ; ; EMERSON

I Sterling Charms 1.50 up t.1.:. ../.. ..;.v..... _- ,-1# ...,... '. Victory BarOPEN

/ :\ ; rt'I',
a &fi5.s?
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4 Piece Dresser Set 6.00 up \ ;? i"i; j DAILY

1..01\100\1"/0/ (HA
.'_ 0 SUNDAYS 5:00: P. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT
Men's Traveling Set from 3.50 i "t.:1: dfL


f Cigarette Lighters YOUR CHRISTMAS from 1.00 upSTART L?L tj e MARINE ROOM-BAR I I ZENITH


Watch Repairing and Engraving NO. 1 MIXED DRINKS

i One Week Service-One Year Guarantee

Stuart cwel ShopOUGHTERSON I Cloth Edwin$Order.A.];Menninger Paper from $2'so: i IIIi Victory Dining RoomOPEN e HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICEPOST ..,..e Jai]


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e Commission Will Fight The Mustang horses that I good government. To have good I and the commissioners of whichin form He must -::;;:' :::> trCzy: _nrevUSED c> :!1e T.: c-mncii I art America I
I II IStuart
want to own are to be good ones. city government Is to know your I our case the mayor is a member cil on the ---

to Nullify Mustangs can stand harder trea- ,_. ........ .
Efforts Ruling ment and give better type of government and how it of the commission. This the city and cite ---
than service functions. writer will give the qualifications of the city if
I any other cowpony. On a Stuart Is governed by the I etc of the city manager. desirable. He is to
r eTr I N. Ken- FOR ranch at least 100 horse Council-Manager Plan sometimes The city manager is chosenby voice of the CARSNO

_..:;>C the Game andCommission SEE AGENT are log these needed. When I am not us- called the city manager the council basing their choice in regard to 1
a I can turn them plan. This type of city government I on the executive and administrative tained within the
t.7: cm vigorously down in the pasture and cut is simply a modern orderly, abilities with special reference -
:sl AAA PAYMENTS"Martin the feed bill. responsible system of handling to his actual HAUSMAN
past or ex-
of the Coma Cattlemen RED TAPE NO DELAY
a 1= : usually work together public affairs to providethe The
so as 'I perience. person appointeddoes READY-BUILT ,
o! ', all of the ,1 and help each other In services the people want witha not have to be a citizen of BOUGHT AND SOLD :

1 rate of Florida county farmers who( selling their beef cattle. I think minimum of waste, dishonesty the locality or state but must T. C. Hausman

trt taking of fresh are qualified to earn Agricultural ranching both Interesting and favoritism and other faults reside within the limits of the Point today WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
:= than catfish Conservation payments for 1949 profitable, and to me it Is about which plague politics and weaken city that appointed him for the agency for
::.;. :::0':ansportatlon of and have not yet carried out do.the most useful thing a boy can the faith of the people. It !is job. He is the head of the administrative Built homes. The Goyernment"r

UI: .:an catfish will enough practices to take up their set up to decrease taxes and branch and is responsible cated lumber CASH PRICESt
r --
opposed. allocations can still earn pay- --- debts, for the betterment of services for the earring out of displayed in the
Of ments for less an honest all affairs of the the show
,{ fresh water by carrying out a num- money city being responsible rooms
u c.-..: ;rmen against ber of practices:" says County STUART system of public employees to to( the council for such Palm Chevrolet FOR YOUR USED CAR

,:.'.-I,. ,jaermen of the Agricultural Agent L. M John- see that contracts are given to actions and deeds. It Is his Job from one
rS' ;;: r "corn and un- i and What it Needs lowest bidders and to use centralized to appoint or hire employees unless kitchenette to See RUM Wiley atWiley's
j son.He lists the more Important purchasing on a business otherwise provided by the 4
which I By KENNETH: STIM.MELLOfR like, non-political base. charter. It is up to him to pre Anticipated
welcomes the practices can still be carried
filed! by Lake out this year as applicationof .-.. To enlighten the citizens of pare the budget and to submit it of at least 88 Motor Co.
D K4t Stuart on the mechanics of our to the council and is responsiblefor of wall and floor
Fisher- phosphate materials I
inertial! to winter '
:btt' LOCAL COERNMENT local government, it Is best to I II the carrying out of same if 'of 1946 promises
these legumes and '
ocac: oecause pastures application Men well Governed should segregate the personalities that adopted He must prepare and enough tile for the
and of liming Telephone 291 Stuart
settled It materials
a e-: establishing seek after no other for I make the '
liberty up governing body, present at the end of the year a ard type homes
pea .. the CommlssjTe a cover of winter' legumes i there is no greater liberty than :I namely, the manager the mayor i financial statement in complete year under the
tiu settled in favor establishing a pasture by 1- -- ---- .
Kennedy sodding or seeding after ...
,?: laYS : adequate ,

p:&. r.d fresh water' ing, existing preparation pastures, re.establlsh.1, mowingor DOLLARS .._w i T '::j&t :4 PATRONIZE T

rxi oelongs to the: chopping established pastures i ,, .

1 Ct State of Florida. establishing a cover of ; SPENT IN :-. MMARTIN! ___ HOME FIRMSOFFERING
tz. :'::an became small grains, harvesting legume j I COUNTY _
IK&: upld depletion ofT and grass seed surface water I MARTIN COUNTY YOU

:tt r n the waters of control on pastures and planting

at at are taken totS To earn payments farmers

::;:J ...-;:Iy. Florida will should be sure prior to approvalof

.'at fj greatest assets. the county committee Is ob-
-ii u '. )oly southeast tained where necessary he adds. WHFN! YOU'Hr.: THINKING OF JOIN Docks
& ::.c ,'mitts: the sale 0 fGi MY FUTURE VOCATION CONCRETE MARTIN COUNTY Uncle Billy sez. Seawalls I

..:a which ,.Ues I Prize Auto
<(< Winning Essay By J. B.i CHAMBER of CampModern
has rtnclpal source {{'oodhsm-Grade 8)) BLOCKSAND COMMERCEServing U'1 p.I.ht ISIS by Amu.lnor F...UN* Syndicate. .........nio p..55-.I Boat HousesAll
;4 Pft!: a the tale of,I My future vocation I will be p..h.blt.d I Cottages

1:4 tat:.+h ranching I have had experiencein I Every Progressive Down on th'farm.In old "Coon Types Of Marine And Trailer Court
ranching and have long been # Holler", ConstructionIvan
Interest in This gran'pap had a surefire RENTAL: BY !>AY. WEEK OR
: c:. :1' first glass Interested In it. My father knows SEE Area plan that kept each borse TaylorP. ALL CONVENIENCES MONTH' j

that I am Interested and has I. L. DECKERDIXIE <.Ja up in his "coUer"] and got th'
s encouraged me. My cattle will President best from ev'ry man. His oldest O. Box 474 BLAIR and BAKER

be White Face and Brahmas and! H..WAY-PHONE. ".W T. T. OughterlonPITCHFORD'S "R son, strong rawboned Bill did: PHONE 104-J OU DL... Hi-W, r ..h.i.. HZI.

my horses Mustangs. I plan a SI th' plannin' with gran'pap's aid.

large pasture to take good care .. then helped each man and horse
f1 of my herd and different kinds fulfill his part In th' scheme

of grasses planted so as to have HOME BUILDING P. as laid! Lance Brothers Stuart
plenty of grass the year round See One son did best a-putUn soil

Shade trees, salt licks and water' CAMPFOR Ihlp.shape-seemed tlike that
MWith, R are as Important as grass fora HIGBEE & job a lot-and at plantin com. Restaurant Service Station
herd RENT the' wheat' an' he was
healthy of stock. rape
Cottages and Boats GOOD FOOD
what' you'd call "real hot!" So.
RADIAPHONEANTENNA On my ranch there will be WORTHAMGeneral .
WHOLESALE .d RETAIL right on down each son would do Pleasant Atmosphere TIRE REPAIRAND
many barns and stables to take
Contractingand Seafood th' work that he did best and Friendly Service ..
the best care possible of my sad
dle ponies and equipment anda Repairs Bait For Sale each would' boss his own small: MILE NORTH OF STUART: Quick Road Service I

large number of cowboys' to P. 0. Box 832 JENSEN BEACHAT C crew-never meddUn with th' Closed all day every
W. .
keep the work' of the ranch up Phone 144-R VI FridayHerby's FEUINACOSS I 1
/tMlL COUNTY BRIDGE Well, folks I've noted all thru \\ J
I would have the best foreman
these years that this's a good
I could hire. I want' the helper
"idee"-give man th' work' fer which' he "seers" then. keep bands
on my ranch to take an interestin
RWy .. off and let him be! Should he then fall to satisfy you c'n place: 1
-a Cattle
.....- running my SUNRAYJALOUSIES THE STUART NEWSIs th' blame fer sure, and a can to him you'll promptly tie and a Lunch BATEMAN I
01__ should be seen every day possible better man procure!
_.... ..... so CO'l'oo's'I'ould' have
.s .. my Offered to
your This durn is what need In World-wide for
... ::: same plan we our try CONSTRUCTION CO.
_a.. dr to ride the pasture each day In Tempting Hem. Cooked
Peacelet one department state our creed and from no other
nWli w w order the cattle Meals.BREAKFAST.. ROAD AND MARINE CON
to care for (
--.... ADD/ BEAUTY.; COMFORT A"DLUE $3 FOR ONE YEAR give release! We're now mixed up in an awful mess-we're nigh
... perly.I V \ TO -
BUSINESS: 3Y INSTALLING onto uMn' our gats-and it be no TIME for an OFFHA.'DYES LUNCH
would like to buy young cattle $5 FOR TWO to speeches; by HAM DIPLOMATS!IRobertson's & DINNER LAND CLEARING
;Z under bad conditions. The SUNRAY SHUTTERS

I bulls in my herd are to be Bra- ESTIMATES SUBMITTED Keep In Touch with Open Errry Day Item GRADING

hmas as such bulls and WhIteFace Sunray Shutter with what in ,:.. a. m. !. 9 p. m.
goes on
C. 'Whiticar cows produce good calves. Products & ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
Martin CountyROYALPALM l Sandar. t a. m. to I m.
p. .
The White Face !Is a better milker P O. Box I23 F 4 r.1 l HI-W.1 ,
w C ARMOR. P. 0 BOX '4S
1ft Sfmill Florida than the Brahma and this helpsa

Ilt.R *t Write p. 0. Box calf grow faster to be ready for I

1HI. inart an earlier market. COMPLETE
I Web Ordway Central Market Electric and Refrifera- Stuart TaxiSERVICE

aterfront Properties r MotorsAUTHORIZED Ir Can. i.af T..n.prfal.. GroceryWe -WHERE ECONOMY Notices RL'LE.S'Special to Job tion Too SERVICENo Large Or

DEALER FOR Specialize in Too Small
-t &* Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound Birdseye Frozen Foods Farmer HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC

Ocean Frontage w. will ..,. <_ Ind .,_ CO.
AND SERVICE Amoco Gas & Oil -t..... ..... ..lop....pricM-...dWar Courteous

f REPAIRS PHONE 9124 the County Bridge .... S. Afcraa A 1.J tt. Nile Phone PHONE 149
ri o s rflivIIt PHONE 9142Standard KRUEGER BLDC. "Come in to see us" J. BROOKS. OWM Stuart 1S5-J


w nK.1 SUMMER SPECIALby I Stuart Sunoco SEE

I Oil Quinn's StoreMeats GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION "Service Station"SCXOCO VollrathFOR

; II Co.SERVICE TaxiACROSS i GroceriesAnd
II ta.., ".1<' Frozen Foods PRODUCTS

I OFRalph $2,00 Up To 5 People SERVICE FIXTURES.CALL I
FUEL ALL KIND PHONE.1M I Stuirt N.w. P.p.r. For Sal Pub Al Ed. CS FOR REPAIRS \ .
How About W.dnudair Or Sundiy .. H..d C t. ZARXITS. OwnJensen
P. ChandlerDIXIE 'I.SO Afternoon TO JiNSENP&M: PHONE 9131-J STUART PHONE "l tT.r .IM BS.MS.y tea I PHONE 265



YOUR HOME STOREMcCLUNG'S OWNED Shop 1 1"Wilson" !, '; dP Lu.c.tt.I POINCIANAWaterfront NEW II :f
Dcgs 1)j 11.' Cottages TRY THEM THEY urEtrss Y'I'I 1
dry $porlingGoods.. I ,.10DAI ...w OM Summer Of "FU.U.Fteool Rate ARE MORE THAN p f j

% 5c TO ... H 8E I The Friendly Spot DAY WEEK R MONTHJ. Little { [ i iI i'


BENNETT B. McLAUCHLIN. ers For Fishermen I Post Office Arcade i, JENSEN BEACH PHONE ._wI Jensen Beach Beauty Shop f fr
...,.. .
M i B. E. SMI1.H.: Ow..r II* S. AKRON AVE. PHONE M
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I Buy The Best

of Improved and Unimproved Properties TIRERECAPPING I

Throughout Martin County BEER WINES, CIGARS I I CLEANERS j] ; L 4.:

i Appliances LEADING DRY
!SewaQ'i Feint River-to-Rlver Properties HOME MADE SALADS PIES Sealtest Ice Cream I Roof RepairingGeneral Kitchen. Laundry CLEANERS SINCE IBIS
andJupiter SUMMER Phone 110-1 I Cabinet and all small DRY CLEANING

bland Oeeaa-U-Soand Estates Sites UNDER DIRECTION OFGRADUATE I We Pick Up And Deliver Delivery Stuart appliances. Radio

B. ARBOGAST L. C. CLEMENTS i iI Friends Meet" I J. R. POMEROT, Jr. I Phone 9141 and Leave MARTIN ELECTRIC: COUNTY PHONE 58 J :

e I FEDERAL HaWAYI OSCEOLA AVE At Mr. R..ld,.,. Ifs Hlp. .tljkMSi. I Menace FLAGLEX AVE
" !ata WATTKFKO.Vr: PROPERTIES Insurance I I ,i iI J I Bnwy Addition, Write P. 0. B.. lit Phone 308 ------- --- t t vta, Zf

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"AGETL lilt Ml \M >H s, sll .UlT, Martin Conntv. ILOKID.A, THURSDAY: OCT. 1. 1946 .

'Hiimiimmiiiiiiiimiiii I IMHIHIIMII: ion at which he received a varsity I has the money and is willing to .
: Florida Per Capital Income HOAE)i14IO1K OF Cott E1 SlLL
NEWIndian f service award on behalf of enter into the transaction t1ou'vE ?bIJEp IN 4foUoWioIG
.. the students. the athletic association SOMEO+IE IS
LYRIC I I said.Parker WI
I ;. I i River Drive Hits New High Of $1,005 He also and received the college the Alumni Parker emphasized to real US! Y21tMII

.. k IfftBK estate operators that the VA
n. ''1'10' ( the -
.I plaque. These awards carry 'ituarIOI
I t J THEATRE I Illlllll/llpnpnhuuuunllnuunDlul. .;..;, Per capita civilian income of per capita basis and in noting Inscription; Through the untiring cannot guarantee any OI loan / s !

'.t:> L.e.ceste :. .....,.. of Walad Tondians averaged SI.005 in relationships to national aver- and unselfish service and where the purchase price is hi 6artJrll 83'
j PROGRAM FORj :. :. MPi.r'.: H..yes and 1945 and ranked first in the ages the improved financial useful contributions of this man excess of the "reasonable value"as w 1 / gob,
South the research division of condition of FloridIans be >
", White can
Ira R:ct':- : .f: to the welfare of the Alumni
j j to THIS WEEK c.t::; were ;01- v. ,'f.-.*. tor the I the Florida State Chamber of accurate I>' studied Average per Association of the college, Case established by an approved Act1I
K.:-.*;s Daughters .rise:; >.,! Dutton Commerce stated yesterday Incaplta Income includes all in- School has profited much By appraiser.The I
) :\tee oral church wren :hey enparion.l- the third of a series of studlescome of civilians. mustering out these efforts the burden of students VA regional loan guar r Photo El

FRIDAY.S"TURDAYOCTOBER .."-A.ned ::. ':'.' .:: .:. on income to individuals and family allowance payments, have been lightened, the Interest antee office located on the fourth
noring The first of the series reported and allotments of pay to indl- of alumni advanced, the floor of the Calumet Building in
4-5 Mt' Caiv: x. : a misM i that the net income per farm vlduals: by military personnel. benefits of the college extended Miami has been advised by Parker 209
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE }} ; : operator In Florida in 1145 was Last year the average Florl- Hopeful to recognize in some to be on the alert for such E
Sm- de was S.f08 The second study dealt dlan received 115 per cent more small measure this outstanding side deal"* cases.
; I FEATURE NO 1 .' '. -rre.' M ".. ..,,.".a Faye with total Income to all lndlvl-than in 1940 while the average service and to express its appreciation -
**4 .. l :.' S:.. :- :ary of duals of the state which am-American received 102 per cent I the Case Alumni Association ----- -

a S.r.dL;: )f that ousted to K.M7000000 during more. Although the 1945 per has gratefully awarded --=
RaJA' ', :'. I that year The third in the series capita income in Florida wu this certificate of Meritorious
_..1 : relates to capita income first in the South other South- "
":" Ma : _' one of per Service
tHE I With the observation that states with two FOR SALE
\ NO'HSCREtHI ON r set D:. is much moreern exceptions) Awards are made by a com-
people with more areshoued still greater period in-
<-\i ... illness. : money mittee of past presidents with
\ : ERE.-- .. . -- \, 11 ter.-: 0" :ago has !I before loner incomes in 1940. presenting the bestowed meritat and
..' Tnth herD I Increases of 111 per cent In More significant than the a reunion banquet In Mr. Car- Orange Grapefruit Grove
'. \'., :.n Fort total income payments to Florl- 1940-1945 increases is the relat- llns honor.
I dians 1MO to 1945 and of S perlonship of the income of Florl- Mr. Carlin has recently pur- APPROXIMATELY 24 ACRES TOTAL. ABOUT 12 ACRES IN GROVE, 1 Setm

r:. ,' returned cent 1944 to 1945 are to some diana to the average for the chased a IS-room resort hotel ACRES UNIMPROVED. LOCATED BETWEEN TWO HARD -.URFACED.
.: .-... ::.- M wal- : degree the result of population nation. In 1940 Floridians lacked at Cocoa on Indian river to whichhe ROADS. BOARDERED ON ONE SIDE BY SUBSTANTIAL STREAM
rep shifts and but to IS cent of receiving the Or
growth greatonly
I -ij .. xith his per will devote full time manage WATER. GOOD CROP OF FRUIT, SMALL 3 ROOM HOUSE.
c .:. 1 1Dad er extent the result of the gen- national average Income. This ment IDEAL FOP
oral of income margin was narrowed to 18'' DEVELOPMENT.
:.:..:.' joined upward sweep ----
i .'r--.' '.e: of bis payment nationally," the reper cent by 1944 and to 13 per
".' ':x:. ;;: _. n a t. searchers stated. cent b>' 1945" the study con- SIDE DEALS TO FOR QUICK SALE $12,000 t

:.:.:k : .-... c.'y There By expressing income on :eluded
-- -- -- -- ------
EONITA gp tBEIiLAH o' ;;. :..h-:-. .' ... ne trtlDJ -
I" -. .'.'' =--.. ....... ; per, butt bert Backus were dinner guestsof I better service In the shortest I BE PROSECUTEDON
BaStl\!) t' L;: N : "*-* a. >_'::.. one wa. Ur and Mrs. John U Men- space of time the work Is being .,

RW mm u H E..E t F'E ,; .:_z..r_ Bu' .: ., ;..:tang you singer in Stuart Wednesday I extended from Jacksonville to THEODORE DEHON and SONPHONE p
: : "I l l"n -.. z: :- '.> .' jn't any- eveningMr Miami bj four groups of employees VET HOMESLegal : ,
lASU PITTS ._.I1L[::4 MurrtR F :, ::..-g ia' EP. protects I and Mrs. W. H. Lennard of ten men each from ,:

ANDY RUSSELL The saw 1.e: ':'.a' :tads their their son. Sawyer Lennard of i Atlanta. 81

wet/Yra/ ..eYr r i....... .T: jth* m:.:e: c.' :. ..dn't raise Vero Beach. who spent the weekend : This Carrier when completedwill I action is likely to resultIn
:& me with them. Mr. and Mrs. provide more circuits with any case involving a 'side --
SPUE; MS Mr anM:: : F C Daverick Leicester Lennard and children 'less wires: in fact four wires deal" in the sale of a home to a ---- Re'la
,31 nllttrlpdesKI1y '( B. who have nff. *,"::ding the Ous and Leicester jr. of Walton -I will take the place of sixteen veteran, V. S. Parker, Veterans
f COLE E TJIO! I \ simmer in C...:ssos Ti W. Va, made up a motor party to now in use and give more ade- Administration Reglnal manager -
V OrtMamMiCWMIh' r..aw A; .are expec-ec s:-.-r:y t.D open their Orlando Sunday where they I quate service than sixteen and at Miami, has warned. p
IMMYh irt( ::har1'fDruted \1 ..r.t :- hone in l Ed-ed visited relatives I to a certain extent do away The VA has already turned
toy ROBLF'I S :_ 1. 1" Mr and Mrs ..Vi-- Johnston Mr. and Mrs. William F Mc.Sweeney with many party line rings. over to Its legal department for '
r ReleJ.td Thr .P II'D tf's-s t:' of Or.acdo: wee orer-nifh I
of Walton who have recently S. 0 Johnson superintendent possible legal action a side deal"
I i ', .aers of Mr J,:-j-<(:!t5' parents. returned from a summeron of construction in this unit stat- case Amos H. Ward, supervising 'a.e ..a.'a.
:;:;.; Mr and Mrs Ro!K- T Johnston. long Island round are leaving ed his company Is making every Loan Guarantee Officer for ,

:-. Walton Sat.-d3y for Miami this week to visit effort to modernize and Improve VA branch 5, has informed Park
nAn"Jl: %o. zI Gum Takes I, JIrs McSweeney sister and conditions along their lines. er.
Deep-Sea J'IaJajq husband. Mr. and Mrs O A. Rex Martin is senior fore- The payment "on the side" NEW
CUMS S"U' Mr and Mrs Jar-es E.: Boro ,
I Tuckert man in this unit. Boys assisting was made by the veteran In addition > r sat
STARRETT BURETTE >tOr : J rey CIty rouse guests : a
Mrs Mae Clark who recently on this project and stopping at to the sale as set forth In e
N q. l eat K Ytd : Mrs Helen Low-re at her
I returned from her summer home the Rice hotel in Stuart are Ben the application for a OI loan
: :T.f m Edred i ae enjoyinga
near Clayton. Oa and at present Van Horn. J. E. Saunders, J. P. "Any deal whereby a veteran
: nshlrt a-d
: ; high points 5AfO'0'01
I r ; .tf.-est IT "._ area i the guest of son-in-law Cobb. J S. Strahan W. R. Yar- who has negotiated a GI loanpa's S:- STUt
and daughter. Ur and Mrs gan W. A King and A. M. Thorn- a greater amount than the .
S. the.
hostess took
ray : appraised value is to ; Enen
John C Menninger at their ton. contrary
-. ', '
: and
cp-sea sr j '
CARTOON .. home ir 8t Lucie Estates Stuart NotedKitor the law. even though the veteran
In Field Of
::em saiifah a the East ; Sport (< :
I : was a dinner guest Monday evening I Conies To Eden I
I -i what tarpos to th*. p01l6 .
""t"t coast I I of Mr :and Mrs. K. H. Burg- Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Carlin, former \
Cv:.: and Sirs. C. S Burn were:graf' at Blue Haven of Eden" neighbors in Shaker Heights .J
SERIAL :.i-si; us the party The Colonel.. Saturday'. Mr. and Mrs Burg- Cleveland and a class mate of
CHAPTER NO 12 :ii-ded a seren-foo two-inch \graf accompanied by Miss Bernice K. H. Burggraf of Eden at Case O1bsAALtsSl a
; FUlingham, were palm College visited the Burggrafs .. Ini
$a; which brings his score tow
"JUNGLE RAIDERS"SUNDAYMONDAY ::.r he past few weeks Bonita Beach visitors last week "
.:c co;phin were the prized Miss Rosamond Waring of Fort I Mr Carlln is a well known figure I l'eS /
a::.- A the visitors Pierce. Arthur Phillips and Dum- in sports having been basketball :
:M-! Oeo-ge Towhie a guest ond Merwin of Edenlawn were coach and assistant football
OCTOBER 6-7 .'s: Week in the Lowrie home Loner guests of Mrs. Viva Clark ; coach at Case University forthe !
:a :.rned; to her home in St Roat at her home in Walton past 16 years. His leaving !I ,
Pt'fsburg. Sunday. Cleveland to reside in Florida ABSTRACTS
BETTEDAVIS M.day!:: Mrs Lowrie and her Mrs Dumond Uentin reports breaks up one of the nation's TAX AND TITLE Snprat
.. -<'<"' motored to Miami for j her arrival at the home of hen I' longest coaching combinations. INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS
few Gays right "& j parents Ur and Mrs S. W He was graduated from Wash-
?.Lw Hester: Blade: who has been J Kagan in Pottersville N. J. ington and Jefferson in 1927 wltn TITLE INSURANCE
There she went to visit last 'II'eek. Ray Ride. When the latter FLORIDA
!pe:: -::. a week with her coos wentto
IS ::: Mrs Minnie Taylor. in Walton Mrs Billy N'ickerson of Jacksonville Case in 1930 to take over the because it's :n
returned to her home ir house guest of Mrs athletic directorship and football ABSTRACT CO.
DOUBLY WONDERFUL Char:ottesru ie. Va.. last weekend Frank Richard of Eden with her coaching he brought Carlin JIM KENNEDY POWERPACKEDWITH .en
Miss 8:ade a world traveler hostess Mrs Richards. were I :along as assistant. STUAKT"FLORIDA .cm
IN HERDOUBLE stated this Drive: was one of the |dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. During their regime they have i
ROLE! beauty spou of the world but E R. Ensey and family Wednesday turned out a long line of brilliant IOO-OCTANE COMPONENTSThe
she;..;:d have better care full backs Bob Melreit, '42 I
IN A surprise dinner was tendered American Telegraph and Tele- Dave Samuelson '35 and Ray N
Lvua Bell Edason on his 'phne Co.. Install Carrier :Mack '38. Mack now with the VbuRTHOUGHTS NCON1ROL first time you"step on the gas"with the new Sinclair II.C note the smooth SA

bo.rt-day. Uonday by Mr and Because the American Telegraph I i Cleveland Indians power of this .packed That's IOO-
"A Stolen power gasoline. because new I H C contains
'frs George Casper owners of f and Telephone Co. >Is do- For the past two years. in \ VOL)* AC110NSAND \
'.:e Be: Goose on Federal high- 'leg the largest volume of busii i addition to his duties at Case. YOU SHOULD octane gasoline components-the same components that were de eloped(for
n ess in its history an ambitious i Carlln has coached the
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COH'1 KtOITOUONTS aviation fuel.(
Life"DISNEY A.3e; Bea.cJeBulnu of For 'program was mapped out and 'Transfer team in the National "fo
P;e-ce who has made a name for work to install a J-Carrier is :Professional Basketball leagueIn '

i'sef: in the field of an was r llin; in high gear back of the : summers he has been direc- I: In addition to smooth power,H.C also gives speedy and longer -
CARTOON"SQUATTERS :::* true guest last week ofD Drive This paralllng the East 1 tor of East Cleveland's outdoor r Jy you getaways
RIGHTS" --.:-d Uerwin and Arthur Coast tracks between Fort Pierce j swimming pool. : LJ mileage. Try a tankful of new Sinclair II.C or new Sinclair Ech}l toda-) e<
P- :_ and: Stuart. Before1' !
ps at Edenlawn leaving Cleveland Car-
I II power-packed with 100-octane
In ,.. 'I gasoline
FOX NEWS Archer guest was Mr Phi- order to give their patrons i Un was tendered a tara'ell reun- components.
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