The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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LAST MEMBER OF D.B. VET FOR MONDAYThe Seaboard Agricultural Group


Chamber of Commerce Meeting at IndiantownNATIVE OPENS LISTS IN
According to an Associated Will select officers for the coming
year Monday night f ,
Press.bulletin today Joe Tracy, -
last known surviving. memberof --+- Regular annual meeting fornomination 1'-- OF U. s'f'fI Headed by J. M. McBride, gen ELECTIONCandidates i
the Ashley gang has been New Vice-President From and election of a era!'' agent, Savannah, Oa, the CITY

4 V? released from prison where he Nashville Was U. S. president, lot; and 2nd vice- r semi-annual conference of Sea.
Examiner presidents, treasurer corresponding
board Airline Railroad Company
was serving a life sentence for I
murdering a taxi secretary and six directors agricultural agents opened yesterday Can File From j
negro driver David D Irons hU duties
jegan Is set for t ,. m. Oct. .
for a two-day session at I
In Orange county. He had Tuesday morning as viceprelil.dent U at the llvlc Center Seminole Inn; Indiantown Oct. 11 to Nov. 19, ,' \ '

completed county robbery a U-year Hamilton of the Cltuvns Bank Of Both members. and the public Among those;; present are* Says Littn nIf :
sentence The ----- "
are Invited. Refreshmentswill 4 Fred P. Abbott, assistant to the
Ashleys, who lived r
some II miles south ot Stuart, be served.' general agent. H. H. Brannen, there apt leu than four candidates :. 1

oared to assistant: to the g'neral agent, for the City Commission '
notoriety In a series
ef boom-day bank robberies, SRD MAY SEEK C. E. Lloyd agricultural agent, or less than two candidates for (

and were wiped out by a sheriffs and R. R. Boykln assistant agricultural the position (of municipal Judge

posse at Sebastian bridge. agent, all of Savannah primary city election ache

BIDS IN WEEK Qa F.: M. Connor agricultural duled for Nov. 25 will be unnec- 1

agent. Palmetto. R A. Carlton, cessary, City Attorney M. O. .1".1"the 1 I'
BRIDGE PLANS agricultural agent, West Palm Llttman revealed last., night at I '

ON ROAD 76 Beach. E. M. Nix, agricultural the commission's meeting at the I.
agent. Jacksonville. R. S. Dow. city hall '

NEARLY READY dell, agricultural agent, Orlando, Providing both the primary : f, ,
W M. Henry, assistant agricul- and regular elections are foundnecessary 1:1' I I
The State Road Department tural agent, Plant City, J. C, qualified electors will i,
expects to commence advertising ;' Bennett and J. C. Epting, agricultural vote for three City Commissionersand 'Il '
SAYS ENGINEER for bids for the scheduled agents, Hamlet, N, C., one municipal judge In each :::1''

Arthur H. Vnndenberg (left). Republican' ef Michigan Improvements on Stat3 Road 76 and H. M. Saunders, agrlcultuial Instance. In the regular election I'

rat of the Senate, chats with Secretary of Commerce -- from U S. I to the South Fork agent Indlantown. which has been set for Dec 8 the ,.

Harriman on the slept of the White House In Washing Committee promised Quick bridge next week Attorney Evans Known as "TIM Capital Route'' two commission candidate re- '! ,

i Joining President Truman and other Government Action On Detailsof Crary said he was Informed this because It passes through the celvlng the /highest number of q i
1"lor week. : of the six votes shall terms I
Sta'e capitals States In serve two-year ,
In a conference on the foreign food situation and high Span The project for which $350-
the area It serves -Florida, Ala- : of office while the candidate receiving ...
the United Elates. The President was said to have told 000 Was allotted In the SRDs bama, Georgia, North and South the third highest vote ,

L there Is no way to give emergency aid to Europe George Brockway of the Brock- 1947 construction budget, will Include Carolina and Virginia, the Seaboard shall I tern only one year, Lilt- ""j. :
special. session of Congress his fall. way Engineering firm at West repairs to the 6 miles of has extensive agricultural man said. Each commissioner \

w_ -- Palm Beach has Informed local road and construction of two I development Intresta In the I shall be paid not more than $20 .' I

Interests that the firm Is "caughtup bridges Acquisition of titles was Southeast and has been the a month It was said ):

iptists Add 28 -------j on emergency work caused by DAVID B. IRONS I completed by Crary's office two I J prime developer: of the west section Candidates for the two types j
the hurricane" and will be In weeks ago, and it was felt that I of Martin County. of office must qualify between '
position In the near future to Stuart D.8. Hudson remainsas i a contract could be let and work next Saturday and midnight ,
ise $24,318 in present preliminary plans' and executive vice-president. started soon after Nov 1. The I Nov, 9, Llttman stated A City
I estimates on the new Martin Irons, 32, was born and raised advertising required to be carried I .-. -.. -- COUNTY CLUESHUNTING Commission candidate must be a ji I i
----..- -- In Nashville Tenn. where he for three weeks It
County bridge and the proposed was re- JAMES ZETTOS JACKSON resident, a qualified elector and .
A total of $2Ulc1.10 was raised Jensen Beach draw-bridge was graduated from Hume Fogg \ported
a freeholder of th.3 City of Stuart
RKING METER ducing! the year ending sept, 30, On receipt of the plans all High School and attended Vanderbilt Jackson 19-year-old stowaway SEASONBY and shall not hold any other I.t 'j'

It was reported last night by members of the Joint Stuart- Unlvarsltv before finIshIng tram Greece !I. held at Mo. public office, A municipal Judge ,
Treasurer J C. Jr at the American Institute of UTILITY TAX bile, Ala, by Immigration I.
Anthony, at Jensen Beach committees will authorities candidate also I must be a qualified
LESMEN TELL the annual business meeting of be notified and a meeting held Banking while they check bin I RESOLUTION elector, shall not hold any ;! J L LI
the Baptist Church at the to review and discuss. the pro- Starting In 1935 he was connected claim that he Is a native of I I other public office and must ''II'

church posalsCUTHBERTSELLS. for seven year with the NETS S1 1 ,044 the United States. lie Insists II have passed the Florida Bar Association "II j,

Of this amount $8,000 has be n ---,-..- Third National Bank In Naihvllle. in perfect English: that he wan I' Littman said. tI,' ';:
OUT DEVICESViews In 194, he Joined the staff born In
appropriated to the church Detroit in 1928. He ar. Rod & Gun President Protests A candidate whose name la '
of the Board ot Governor of the I II
rived In Mobile aboard the SSBcrea Says State Has
building fund with which It Is submitted by .petition must file
Federal Rserve System and (or s The Office of City Manager Victory, "' I
hoped to start a new church I AuthorityA his acceptance of such candidacy .
seven months wan located In Loris B Euril reported Monday
Two Types| West building soon after Jan. 1, theRe Washington. D. C. Later he became the 10-per cent utility tax netted resolution adopted at tlw with the city auditor and clerk I'
Palm Thanks Police'' !, Phil Maxwell, church pallor : not later than Nov 9. This filing I''
TAXI CONCERN a Federal bank examiner the city M04426 daring the NO P-POPERATION conclusion of the County Comi
; said. The holds true for all other
proposed candidates
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to of this
Departmentmonstrationst with his work carryinK'hilm mopth September From i mission meeting Tuesday afternoon '
structure would be located In order to have their '
--I next all parts of the nation, .j Income for the 30-day period calls for closing ot.! ,AlhunjJiur .1, II.
of two com- to the present one between It His Interest In settling with A $1 U was spent. It was stated'The sea/ions' In- Martin names Included( on the ballot I
and. Cast 3rd-fit, If.lso .wa.v Sale t>f th. Ideat Taxi Service: DENIED Qualified 'ell'l'to'r. include : j
>'r types bt parking meters bank In a small city led him to : resulting (3329 brought CHARGE : Couny tot 'one year 'starting J
reported that 114 tithes, which Is firm by C. W. Cuthberttq W. C. wife.arid the those persons whoare U. B cltlns .
pled most of last night's City Stuart. he said, His cltyVutlllty balance to Nov: 20John I .
1/10 of an Individual income King was announced here last I $6,til.88 of Income are 21 or more years old I
mission meeting. -month-old daughter are remaining as Oct 1 Both N. Mann. president of .
for a year, were received during Thursday. Purctvjse wai at the time of their registration, .. ,
A.McLeod of the MarkTimeIng price In Nashville until he Is and expenditures were below BY PRINCIPAL the Martin County Rod and Oun
the past whichtotal Includes not disclosed who reside In the city at the
Meters Co., Miami. demo year able to secure a permanent residence I average but the balance Club, asserted yesterday that t ,
rated the Perfection' met- every officer and teacherIn King moved here recently'! here.K1WAMANS. showed a net gain for th* 10th such action did not lie within I time of the election, and who
have lived In the State! not less
the church. from Cedar Rapids Iowa. where
hlle H. B. Dudley of West successive time. October 1s the the board Jurisdiction and that !
Church Clerk John J. Moore he was district service managerfor City-Schoels Harmony Is than a year and In the city for
SHOWN II th month of the tax derision.
i Beach! gave the city dads opera such a could bj made
: reported 373 members In the Caterpillar I Tractors of Peoria PICTURE I _Urged ) UC.T. to not less than six months.Registrations .
Utt-d showing of the "Part TELEPHONE: tion. only by the State Game and
church now with 28 membersadded 111 He and. Mrs King are Sponsor Patrol are acceptablenow
fresh Water
ner Fish Commission
Either during the year, Sunday residing temporarily at the Atlantic "Defense of Dixie; ; ," a chnl- DISRUPTION UNNECESSARY at the city hall and will be
HP said of the
lows surveys game situation '
pennies or nickels with
Erwin F. Johnwlck
School membership Is 325, It was Court Apartment Rob- color motion picture sponsoredby supervising so on each day the offlrc Is open
dispensing minutes ors said L. C Ktcklltcr Is sUprlntcndent ert E King of th King Signs the Southern Bell Telephoneand The emergency caused by the pilndpul of Sluurl, Sthoul, udvl.snt I In the In immediate this county future are and planned for business until 8 p. m :Nov. 19,
of "the right to park. of the Sunday School. Company here Is his brother Telegraph\ Company and short corn crop and plans for the City Commission lust, until five days prior to the election
according: to the salesmen, Other groups' memberships The new taxi service owner showing tru various complex continued large exports of food night In a litter lo Mayor Phil i the resul's of these are knownno date After the primary the

the solution to downtown Include 123 In the Training Un. said he will continue to operate aspects of the World War n effort grains for human consumption Pence that. In his opinion an clHlon should be made one book will be re-opened until 5,

ic congestion. ion which Is led by Mrs, Walton under the firm's name from the in the Southeastern United can be met without disruptingthe article In I la.it week's Nws may I way or another. When decision p. m Dec. 3, It was announced.
Is made, either to observe the
e board took no action but Parks, 128 In the Women' Missionary present East 4th St location but States was shown at the weekly livestock, dairy and poultry have created "misunderstandIngs
msld'rlng the proposals Union led by Mrs Ed he exp-cli to Increase his number noon meeting'ot Klwanls Clubat programs of the American farmers : ,"and assured I th' city of the I regularly scheduled- seasons, abbreviate -.
formal resolution West desire for harmonious mutual them or close them entirely Father Sea Horse
Burgess and 38 In the Brother of cabs soon from the present the Woman's Club Friday. the Amcrlan Meat Institute
It will b- forthcomingfrom
i Beach City Commission two. The club haa six guests. said today efforts.
hood led by Moore who replacesR
ked Stuart Police Depart- Progress has been made, the the State body rather than
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H. Rollins, retiring Has 100 Children
president the board, Mann said
i for Its offers of assistance letter divulged, on establishmentof county
'e Sept. 17 hurricane. Wilson McClure Is financial I-Per Cent Social Security Levy a school boy patrol, with Board Attorney Evans Crary
secretary and Mrs O L. Eden-
said yesterday morning that he
slmaster Ralph Hartman United field Is music director. ;
1 would check on the action, but
by letter that the city sponsorship. Here Is the com- 11
Mr. Horse
-- ---- Sea pave birth last
''Hah a no-parking space at munication In full: was unable to comment on It week to 100 baby sea horses Ina
Will Continue'in Force Until 1950Until
Red Cross Gets other than as to probability that
*est end of the FJCC depot "I read the Stuart News last reversed blessed event

the mall truck which taut Thursday and saw In one of the State commission's authority Sea horses ar- a member of a \

blocked from mall trains 135 Aid RequestsIn their lead articles a discussion: wolud prevail. family that observes the pro.,

rked cars. 1950 the(Social Security tax on you-you means most agricultural workTs; domestic i regarding the School !Safety: Patrol The County Commission gave cedure of letting the father givebirth
e city board Will! ,meet In- This CountyThe May I pleas* clear up some County Road Superintendent A. to the young Eggs are di
servants self-employed people
illy workers and employers--will continue to be 1 p-r cent. that A. H'ndry Jr., authority to movea
next misunderstandings might
Wednesday night and people working for nonprofit posited t by the female In a pouchcarried
a citizen group to discuss That's what the tax has been since the beginning of Social : have arisen from the publication small frame building from by the husband. and
most recent Information Witham Field to the house
survey )Jail
formation and operation of Cross disaster Security. Before I It adjourned Congress voted to keep. the tax at Huge Sum AvailableThere' of this article from them on the pregnant
on Red yard behind the court house to
inning board to "At no time during my tenure the work.
push eon- father does all
} that figure! until 1950.
In 27 Florida counties been much talk for for wel-
serve as quarters county
live as principle the Martin County
Projects The successful. birth of 100 sea
affected by the rec'nt hurricane Since this Is a tax taken year of bringing them, or some fare workers A petition signed .
----.- High School have I made a derogatory horses was reported by the MarIrv
er floods tidal waves or tornadoes of the Income ot most out. But. starting In 1940, It ha of them, under Social Security remark regarding the by IT residents in Block 20 of Studios curator and every

related to It shows applications here Is an explanation of It. been making monthly benefit It hasn't happened local police or city organization Salerno asking that a drainage effort Is being mad to keep the
EAKER URGESWLEDGEOF from 2.873 families throughlast In the mid luaos Congress payment to, The Governments Social Security I have always thought that the ditch be dug there was held in tiny creatures alive In a tank '

Saturday from the 27-coun- cided that workers when they I. Retired workers, men and, fund has taken In, City of Stuart has coop-rated to abeyance for 30 days upon the especially prepared for them.

ty area ,for rehabilitation or grew old sholud get some kind I women, who have reached 69 through the tax, about $9,860- Its fullest possible means In every suggestion of the signers that ...-...---- -
meYntenance aid. This total of protection, and so should 2. An additional monthly; 000000 since 1937 After baying activity regarding the school We flood conditions prevalent now

figure was expected to reach 3- their famllln,, It the workers' benefit for a retired worker out benefits, It still has about of the school are wholly satis- In the area would prevent any THE TIDES 1

600 or more by mldwelt. died. wife., if she Is 69, and for his $8,198,0W,000. I fled with the city administration Immediate action.
RLD Rehabilitation needs consist This could have taken two unmarried children under 18. Congress knew back in 1939, and are respectful of the A new requ'st by Hubert Stil- ,

TODAY mainly of roofing repairs, a forms: charity or Insurance If the retired worker over 69 when It passed the law, that duties of the police department. ler for improvements to a road 1.1.1.Ifigh., fier still the.kre.,-h;;.;;ndiatt fe" the 0...St....L.is stillhollooto

small percentage Of families requesting Congress decided on Insurancefor dies, then monthly benefit go the number of people who started I am lure that any mention/re leading to his fish house in Salerno ....,. ....4.,4 TI..... f .......110P.

structural repairs or which the worker. .themselves to: receiving benefits In 1940 ,garding lack of cooperation between drew a promise' for assist. ..4...... hootra.44 I .,..16.-.fo,1.,.ibwhia (1";_.highIs ....
er Reviews History of outright rebuilding This total would help pay." t. His widow, If she's 69 or would be comparatively small. these two Important civic, ance next week. .- ., bar W. H. 111itilbeikW.' !

Rotary ;ia Talk to Includes emergency food orders So In 1935 it passed thi Social over. But It knew this number would units In Stuart (that.Is he school Sitting as the AntlMosquito w. r. w.
Club Issued to families In flooded Security Act but the act 2. His widow of any age, If grow year by year as the number and he police department) Is a Control Board, the commissioners A..II r.lI. A.II. IULIs

areas where an unemployment didn't go into effect for two she ha dependent children in of people "covered" by the misunderstanding were shown a "mosquito /Jet, 4,00 444. Islas" solaria

"ie*.t Keller, Jr. Rotary problem ha been created due years. 8tartlnr,In 1937. this Is her care. law reached 69 and retired : "It Is true that w, have not bomb" which was Invented by E. 0... II 4,04 6:86 atilt ... ..
',] \governor, reviewed the to work stoppage resulting from what has been Happening S Unmarried children under To build up the fund to take had a definite" organization IIP', L. Seabrook and T E. Duffy to :M:: :: ::: Tis$ : 1141 .I::;

r,' of Rotary In a talk to high waters. Principal areas of On the pay they earned up to 18. care of the future heavy drainon the School 1 Boy Patrol workingCoistintied combat the mosquito larvae The 0".. It 7,94., 7,61 litil 1.16, sall 1:42ffte .
Stuart club Wednesday concentration of rehabilitation |3,000, k tax ot 1 per cent Is deducted t To ths department parent It, Congress voted this: "bomb" is a small. gelatinous 001. Ii It I,.I" all 94" : a.., a.oil '
rted the civic mem- requests Include Palm Beach from the pay of workers of the dead worcer, To raise the tax graduallyfrom ( On. P 1fe' Six) ball containing a M-per cent

to "get In touch group with the County, 1400 families;. Broward, "covered" by the Insurance. Not In 1940 the tint year benefits I per cent:starting In 1943, solution of DDT which when
I of today." 610; Dade 170; fit Lucle 150, all are. were' given, 'about 108000 until it reached 3 per cent, start- REV. R. M. FENTON tossed In water dissolves and THE WEATHER R

Her urged that all Rotar- Lee, 141; Martin. 139; Okeecho- And th employers of such people received them.. Now In 1949. HEADS MINISTERSThe .. I takes killing effect on the larvae .-
nd otttkr* famllarize bee, 100 and Franklin, 80. workers pay k tax of I per cent about 1,171,000 art receiving But each jlme Congress block --: within an area of 700 square r. the. *-I -II _.. 11104AN
-- ed the scheduled Increase and Rev. R.. M Fenton ,was W. ..... U. & teltoetillis eb.......
elves with the United NA- In the entire Florida storm on the payout each worker up to them. The number grow every fet ft; was reported. Each ball ria.TP..
and "be well-informed In-! area, 204 homes were destroyed $3,000 a year yearj finally decided to let It stay at elected president Of the Stuart weighs e. Sea- stay. 111011. st,10,14. ._ stowings, 14
uala on world affair" more than 10,000 were damaged (Note: This particular Social About 50,000,000 peopleare-, 1 per cent until Jan .. 11148, whenIt Ministerial Association for the brook, T/0'Velu"ted'Ity DuffyIn 101_ M_
'tint that world | 126 other building were destroyed Security tax has nothing to do now paring the I per cent tax: would become 2ft per cent. i iSo 194.7-41 year at the association his antlmosqulto work was o... r .n..

I be the direct result peace pf "a I and 1=0 damaged. Heaviest with any other kind of tax such 47,500000. are worker. and I000000 ,- the increase' would have first fall meeting! at the Methodist l hired by the board as adviser aLa 0.0..%. a 4 "If "n

r working knowledge of I destruction 'or carnage was In as for unemployment.) ar employer comenext Jan, 1 If Congressonce Church Monday rooming. salary of $1,000 a year. 001. 4 1411 IsCWL
under the law About worker are more had not stepped in Other officers selected are the a 04 II
other I by. citizen of the Palm Beach County. But no one, 25,000,000 AT """t 'I' no.a.
"C he told of |I Latest casualty report to the could start receiving any benefit I not paying the tax because they and said "no..* Rev ':/I. O Aldrtdge, vicepresident 1,647 UNIVERSITtGainesville 4 .,.It 76stick"
ex- ..
Rotary' .
10, .scholarship plan by Red Croat show .dead\ and 171 from the Social Security art not "covered" under the This time It 'decld'd to postpone and the Rev. C A. Carne!, Oct, 9 Enroll SAINFALL

i Injured, directly or Indirectly. system until 1940 law and therefore. cant receive any Increase from 1 per secretary-treasurer: TM group ment at the University of Florida ..
"if lung. American universities.are from' 1blr hurricane. The 27.I Fund Built C, the benefit .cent until,Jan. 1, 1990. when It Is happy to be of any servlcsrto! ha reached an all-time high of &::: : : : ..7.;'..:' :... :rI:

Urged that the local club I county summary .shows 76679 This gave the Government a These I Include railroad 'workers Is to become IV, per cent anyone In the, 8647 students, officials reported E.: :::, J::;
'"t t bulletin and director! I persons cared for In 119 shelters. chance to build up Its Social ; i there'* a separate #system (Congress ot course between fieriness of whether or not they this week as final tabulationof .
insider thl* movc'at their designated by inspected and Security fund ,Irom the taxes for them,) employe* of Federal now and then may. change It* are' church. members, it was registrants for the,tall term. 001, .t.u

meeting. I manned by Red Cross chapter it started taking back In 1937. State and local Government; mind again). stated. was completed. 'lOT" A. t'

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k PACE mo t Tim STUART NEWS STUART, Marlin\ County. FLORIDA, TBtTlSD OCT\ i, M47W '" I +

, f! I'' QJ$le} turn rt e\tJ\ 'r S.NEWS-O O- -and eao.ocaeae COMMENT SAVE LIVES next AT important SALERNOThe step toward saving J li ye gl. Mar. PLATE

: tin County should be the installation of 'ero ln, signal LUNC]

I ?;I ; Published my Thursday at O: :saatgftjgas! i>_Jij Ollte! :;=fEjg"3
I i a' Stuart Martin County, Florida,: A BOUQUET to the City( of Stuart for its fine Job In cleaning south of the Salerno packing house, '
". sl 1 e by Stuart Dally News, Ine, a up most of the city. Staking right after the storm, This is a blind crossing' It has already taken toll
I I Florida corporation of lives With streamliners and fast freights whizzing '
i' "" city truck crews hate been working daily fop the tbree
"I1 I 1 : Entered u second-class mall past through the community, it holds a constant,death threat f'
\ or four weeks and have
disposed of
matter at the post office at: hundreds of truck right in the heart of town. 5
i j. Y f j Stuart, Florida under the Act loads of limbs. The first job right after the storm was to The News understands that this crossing safeguardwas
} : ;.'() : Ot March: S, 1879 get scores of trees Blocking roads cut up and hauled way. included in a State Road Department appropriationat ) k
I : FREE PRESS This! was done in the first 24 hours
II' In the Succeeding the same time that the two Stuart safety gates wereapproved
l 'i 34 YEARS OF SERVICE couple.. of weeks, the crews picked up the litter In the down. ) .
and town section and central Stuart residential districts and the Chamber
; ZI" Rdurl b.IIY Nam wq' .ueet..xA Salerno residents recently petitioned
: th. 8tu.rt Tlwe.I q. flnl t... are now in Addition .
mopping up Besaey and St. Lucie
: cf Commerce for help in securing the safety devices /
FREE PEOPLE '" to 1 turt April 11 24 HOU
: 1 nr\\'r. :nd tk* Btutt-t YnwM. NM states: 1, before another fatality occurs. SERVICELyons'
l R which 111. Tlnn 1.1 t.nwbd.t.4' x .
: 4, M,rch I, 117 Th. gtiu Ddr. ., R.m I We suggest that the Chamber, Martin County Commission
t t't'.I, IY .dlU.n? .u fwn.aY: :tSnith .. .:-Ilr BECAUSE;; of drainage Improvement made several and the Parent-Teacber'e Association set the ball Imperial RestaurantAND
I \ World' Il..br.A. l years ago, flood conditions were averted in colored rolling on this project by requesting action from the State /

1. 'f ,,f", .wrK'. A, YRNNINGh: ..... town-and although there is some standing water Road Department and the F.E.C, And, further, that this
\ ewNbsr F. YONS.: ,U..IoI..O.nl. II.a.mw..... down there *'It's nothing like as bad" as it might haVe program be carried forward until every unprotected rail

,, ,I SUBSCRIPTION: RATES been if, the drainage systems had not been installed, crossing in Martin County particularly the Hobe Sound SERVICE STATIC!

: :: H, 11"1 I), On. t.... ss.a4 T.. t....... .....?......_..... U... crossing on the road to Jupiter Island, and the crossing
\\\ii\ i CONGRATULATIONS to residents of the Melbourne-Se. of Jensen Beach be protected with safety Fed.
,tl, 1'': Advtrttoipr MIN' ..kd.. Ittinwn ..i. ...,In..... Tk. ............ ....... tin rirht bantian area who opened) up Sebastian Inlet with a bull devices{fa the ,heart 617 So. Hithw/y StuutFCHRISTOPHER
, '. I Tho A..ssisl.d ..... j:':.rW L..r: .r.du:onftbte..d..rtAeemt.< .wulll..tb..t: ; nil'1 ..... dozer last week The home folks took over after years of

I 1 ". .: .\l'', MEMBER OF HIE-ASSOCIATED PRESS trying to get the federal government to do something _
,t! ,' .. and broke the J jam \by raising $13,500 in local funds. -- ,
! rho A..o.l.t.4' Fw. L.ufl.d..lsl..ly/ u tho un tor raubllotlo ot .U litI .
''f 1..1.... .p4i.d' I.. 'ibis n..Ip.p.r. .. M.11 II .11 AI' .... dIpNAM. e
\, '' I IP IT HAD BEEN' 113,500000, for Greece, Turkey' ,
t III I} Germany; or Italy, (Maybe Abyssinia, who knows?) ELECTRIC
1 I'' It m in the darker areas of science that great men win Congress' would have O.Kd It and the federal cash

,I', I recognition; they are, distinguished by ideas which light would have been winging its way overseas in two
shakes of rabbits tail.
1;, ,. I, up J phenomena hitherto obscure, and so' carry science forward a I

:, I ti -Claude Bernard WE :NOTE there wan a meeting )held at Okeechobee<'e City s\\ SHOP: !
i Monday to discuss what to do with the flood waters of 4
MAKE THE SCHOOL CROSSINGS SAFE the KisHimmoe Valley, The idea definitely! will not occur
to anybody to construct a federal check dam system impounding .
The News does mt know why it has taken so long
.. i to establish' a School Safety Patrol this year!, but ,we do the valley waters so' that they will not create
I I / know that: Okeechobee floods-because such a check system would New Location-France Ap/'s/ Annex No.1

,': ', ;1 1IIL/ IMl'ORTAVT THING IS GET IT ESTABLIMIrl ;; I'(quire permanent inundation of the cattle lands, and
that cattle :Still: and all, that the
; I ;. :;; ) BEFORE; IHHiK: IS AN ACCIDENT IN WHICH country only logical
"' solution' Our own pet idea of what would be even better
; IS INVOLVID'School ; '
,,"", ,I' would be to turn the Kisgimmee River around and makeit
patrols are operated !in 3.500 cities in this \ Phone 11/7/ :,
1" flow into the St. Johns,
I : country Where patrols operate, the hazard has been reilu -E.L. .
I '< ;. td almost to zero Police chiefs of just J5) per cent
-, j :! 'il., tlf the larger cities which have patrols estimated that 7,000 iHiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiimtiiimiiiiiiiii
"i: 'i accidents were prevented by presence of the I patrols New. Day or Nigmt '1X
\ j ;\' ,. u ik. N. J., hasn't t had a mnjrle! school fatality in 30 years. WITH THE OTHER EDITORS
I I' ;,' 1 )Racine, VV is.. hasn had one since its first patrol went into
4 ';" f operation| in 1926.Considering *
\ i''! the benefits the rost of operating !such a HOW ABOUT FLORIDA? / e
,:', j I irprani j is insignificant/ Civic clubs, P.TA' and veterans The Arcadian reports the following clipped from an ,
1 I ''t p clubs are usually more than glad to pay for belts and Alabama paper: APPLIANCE
f ,; I) badges for patrol members, "Nothing is wrong with Alabama except that entirely REPAIRS
I I' 'tif' Most importantly, first and foremost-is the primary toq many of us get us in the morning at the alarm of a
1 II, 1 t 1 \: ) purpose, to save lives and prevent maiming accidents. Connecticut clock and button a pair of Ohio suspenders to
1 1 a pair of Chicago pants,-thon put on a pair Of Massachusetts ELECTRIC IRING ONTRACTORS ;
1, j, } :' BROOKLYN BOY"pies shoes and wash In a Pittsburgh basin, using Cincinnati
.' soap, after which we sit down to a Grand Rapids table
,' !ilJ; : A little boy from. Brooklyn was describing the pig he
II) ,i and eat pancakes made from Minneapolis! flour with Vermont \ /
had seen in the country, "It was in a pen, and it was afraid syrup .
j I fit the little pigs The little t pigs chased the big pig around "Then we eat Kansas City bacon or Virginia )ham
' 1
!I'a I' "' m{ the pen and after} a while the big pig fell down from fried on a St Louis stove, fruit put up in California, sea. Our Work' Will Pafc Nation State City Codes and
Y \ exhaustion and the little pigs ate all the buttons off hit soned with Rhode Island spices and sweetened with Louisiana ,
I ,t 7 vest."-Winter Haven Herald. sugar,-then put on a hat made in Philadelphia, climb

I : ; into a Detroit Car run with Oklahoma, Texasor Arkansas Our Own Square Deal Code
I SECOND.' SIGHT gas--send our money to Ohio for tires, and then wonder
I l"iftlli If.: Father: "Why were you kissing my daughter In the why we pay $3.CO for taxes to drive on dirt toads while I '
t" !': i J ctirk corner last night' the Ohio farmers l pay $1 taxes and drive on paved roads
/'/; ;t Youth t "Now that I've seen her in daylight I sort ()fI' "Then at night we crawl under 'New Jersey blanketto
' \'\M'' wonder myself."-Winter Haven Herald. be kept awake half the night by an Alabama hound dog,
I' ,f j;' the only home product on the' place,' and wonder all the
time where the '8am hill' our money goes "
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,\, .,I.1"\ :'.' -; --A TIP( -WORTH Glade FOLLOWINGBelle Herald) -- Thanks; Folks \for the Big/ Welcome/ :

di !, 1: ji : ELECTION NOTICE I For many years past, the eastern Martin county farm
:{ w 9 0I area has gone its own way, !so far as farming cattle and citrus
I i business was concerned, thinking little of that'' rich At Our ForrnJu Opening Last Friday
'1 1h' : All Members portion) of the county which borders the big lake, and adjoins ,"
; the rich Everglades muck land section However. ,
,'; t I as expansion extended westward\! toward the lake, a new
rj' Val') VI' vista has arisen and now an east coast movement has been
j c ofMa started which has great possibilities THE.BLUE; GOOSE
k' ; Western Martin County now has good rail facilities,
with the Seaboard at Indiantown and the Florida East Coast
: from Sandcut to Port Mayaca and the junction point,
I IJ i of/Start/
:. County
: which gives excellent shipping services to the north marketover 3 Miles North On U. S. No. 1

; : the Fort Pierce short cut. It is claimed that the sand
w lands of Martin County can produce some superior .
i Chamber if f Commerce very
t '.' ,,fI'' .r p specialized crops, which are not featured in the Glades ,
t'I 'I 1 f' muck section, and they are not subject to so heavy floodor Now Invites ibu to Enjoy, ,

to' i! 'I'' n(;t are hereby notified at lenerel meeting of the frost losses These crops come in at a time when there'are '
; ) vegetable shortage In the Glades, and helps out greatly -
I .,b orianiiatibn will brOcL told at Monday night, '
p. m. for the truck men to secure full cargoes of produce '/' "
13 for lh. p OM of Large farm developments have and are being made over

I i on the Mayata-Stuart highway, with sizeable packinghouses "THE ILED TRIO"ThrePiece '
: 4: at Indiantown, It might do a lot of mutual good i
"JrJ Nomina/ing/ and acting for the Coastal people to become better acquainted with

;} 1' t their 'lake region cousins.i ..........-_ _" ,
:I Off i ers for 19 Or extra
n l l'r
businessman "Since I bought I
I : me a new car '
,1/: I I' ".. ', ... The entire-merequeued benhip is entitled to to and don't have to walk over to the bank to make my deposits." Featurin '

i 'f t ... to be in attendance. Second: "Now you drive over?" Singifo Sandy j
1. ( : First: "No, I just don't make any,"-Rotary Club .
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SAW Sec U.-For NEWS handy Extinguishers also area the 19t7 Florida ..Legislature Rowell Furniture Company I Ip. ..
OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES must In the kitchen and barns CITY RETAILERS Many of the delegates will be .Stuart, 1s one a the merchant** ,
'A 4 Repairs and The Column for once s farm fire gets out of accompanied by their wives. legislators I to whom the assoctatNon
County Agent's will tribute at the Ocb
hand a farmers life work can be SUmmell has been active In the pay it': '
Parts WILL ATTEND 29 affair. Because of the Importance \ I!
A By L. M. Johnson wiped out In a few minutes, A affairs of the Florida State Retailers of the meeting, the u, B,; '
little extra work now may save Association since Its Department of Commerce has, I

ARNOLDsLLucUBci.lev.rd iAUERPhone ItI\ !hoped that In this Fire tire hazard, but they are unsightly life pen and to anyone property It can hap STATE PARLEYKenneth establishment nearly two years announced It will have a representative 41'f .
Prevention Week .I ago. He has served during all In attendance and will,
[ many precautions and often breed disease. '
I42-W that time as a legislative liaison arrange an exhibit of depart
have already been taken to Piles of moist manure and other Florida Farm Hour Broadcasts. contact for Stuart and Martin ment literature and reports of. .
remove fire hazards on the farm, rubbish have been known to Station WRUF, Gainesville: Stlmm"ll, Stuart, County special! : Interest to the retail.ln- }
--- but some last-minute reminders combus-, .Fri., Oct 'Planning the executive secretary of the Stuart Rep Marvin H. Rowell, of the dusry.' "'. I
might be of use In completing Ignite by spontaneous Home Meat Supply,"-Dr. R. S. Retail Merchant Asoclatlon ________ ____n_ ..... I ,,.
tlon Very often farmers "touch Glasscoclt; Farm Flash ;
the!! Job
tational Donut Dont neglect those piles of Off the plies oy uncovering the Sat., Oct .Fifteen-minute has ben appointed chairman of
rubbish accumulated during the damp uncVrlayeri On being ex. program at 12:SO, the committee on registration AT OUR a'
F _' and credentials for the State-
Month cleanup Disposal of this waste posed to the air the plies catchon Man. Oct. 13 Maintaining
Organic Matter tn Florida '', wide conference of the Florida
comes under the headIng fire ,
of farm house-cleaning" It is a good thing to have an Dr Frederick B. Smith. State Retailer Asoclation to be MODERN.
ANE PARKER held In Orlando Oct. 29 f
Tues. Oct. l'-"FaU Insect
Not only are the piles a definite approved fire extinguisher
---- Control Pointers Dr A. N. TIs- SUmmell beaus a delegationof SODA FOUNTAIN
sot; Farm Question Box. Stuart retailers who will attend s
DONUTS Wed. Ort. IS-Home Demonstration the all-day s-iwlons, featuring Your Favorite /
Club meeting. addresses by four distinguished -
Plain CENTRAL MARKET Thurs, Ort It-"Production! speakers. They are Lew DRINK or SANDWICH
Sugared or Cirvn mon
of Fall and Winter Broilers,'" Hahn, president of the National
12cNEW MEAT Frank S. Perry; Farm Flash. Retail Dry Goods Association, o
D( t.. New York City; Wade G. Mc-
|M "*""<6 W01 n to. Information Cargo president of the V.
column comes from the Agricultural -; Baldwin Company Richmond, I
LOW! RICE Va; Stats Comptroller ClarenceM. of
TRY Experiment Station and
A & P COURTEOUS SERVICE Gay and Senator1' Walter W. ,
Agricultural Extension Service of
Ice Cream Mix hoc. Fla or ,
Sparkle, 2 pi s. W I Time on the program will be !I
Enriched White Bl ad EIGHT 2nd and Kkron I Jo Brooks Oats sown In Ortober and I divided between a discussion of TILE API' ECI/TED GIFT "r I '
Home StyleMarvel given rather liberal applicationsof legislative affairs and present :' "
lV2-lb loaf fertilizer will provide valuable trends In the retail Industry, The .. '
c O'CLOCK State association will shape its
grazing Application of COMPLWE LINE-OP '
Ann Pace Grape 200 pounds of 0-14-10 fertilizeran future program and policies at
Jam, 1-lb. jar ,. c: 2 Mb. bags ..77c: For Your Enjoyment, We Suggest: acre before planting and nit honored the Orlando meeting,Among the WRITING NEEDS "
guests will be five of
Enriched Farina 1 13-1b. bag 1.12 "OklahoLa." Original New York Production rogen produced top-dressing good stands later and rapid have the six merchants who served In MARTIN lOUNTY'S
Ann !
oa. .
g. "The Unfinished Dance" J. Herbert Stothert growth. Lespedeia may be sown
Mellow-Wheat ........ 3c RED Popular Silglesl broadcast In the oats between SUPER R G STORE !
Talco.25-lbs.$1; 3 "The Ladl from 29 Palms" I Tony Pastor Feb. 15 and March at the rate '
iioo be. CIRCLE "Seems Liie Old Times" I .Guy Lombardo of 20 Ibs of seed an acre to pro- Let Us Pill You Perscription '
AT I Jones vide spring and summer grazing 1 (
"Holiday String Spike
Scratch Feed 5 ReguteAd Drug 'at on Duty :
i$5 Ant When lespedeza Is planted In
"When I Kiss
Gonna Yi Good T MOST
2 Mb. bags..81c OMPLETECcTA
with oats, should be
Talco, 25-lb. $1 e. Momiqgr?" Dinah Shore I from cows removed At All T! es ,
the pasture when the AN WHOLESALE I
00 bs. BOKAR oats have been grazed down and I".

Laying Mash ....1,. is 6 5 THE} RED D SHOPI kept out of It until the lespedezacomes fiflflA ; '
fiTUJ f Bill D
Talco 25 2 Mb. bags...85c Into production. "n ,

Growing Mash.... 1 311-3-lb.1 ba1.24 I THEATRE BLDG.NOTICE. Vegetables planted In an extremely IN TH LM BEACHESHOKf / PHONE It !

acid soil soon will turn 417 KE ROAD \ Stuart, Fla. '
St. Lucie Ave ll'
Garden Fresh Fr I kind Vegetables yellow, appear stunted, and develop PH 3851 d
other symptoms of poor .4 ,
nutrition. Application of half a ---- !,
Delicious Yellow tt'
Apples [
ton of finely ground dolomite
2 Ibs. .,. _.. _.29! Onions, 3 Ibs. ..22c ,an acre. or In proportion accord- 'II
Firm Green Sweet Ing rect to this size eondlton of planting Lime, will should\ cor- GRtoCERY/SPtiClALS/ j :

Cabbage, Ib _..06 [Potatoes, 3 Ibs.. 25c Starting Mondaj October 13th not be applied however, until It ;
Is definitely determined that the
New York StateCauliflower Canadian lb.
soil 1s too acid.Unburned ;
lb. 23 ''utabagas....."06c: --- :

Large Ripe eac :irm Ripe 1 Ib.ctn. bee pastures than woods burned make timber better 'I I

Honey Dews ,49<] "omatoes, .1.s..23c:' We willlOpefi Our, Bakery land because many of the nec White Potatoes / lbs. 39X ; #
tar-bearing shrubs and perennials /
'* fot- tha Seasonwe that grow In them bear ;
Palmolive lumite, can "....20c, flowers only on twigs that are 2
Soap, 2 reg...bars 17 ight Sail qt. bottle years old or older BLACK-EYED "

I:. pk undry Bleach He: I TOMATOES 2 c"r25cFRESH I '
Ear husked "shucked,"
corn or 2 92c
will have line of bread
the good
Super Suds,30 Bight SailHiusehoid 1 sane Is better as feed for workstock Can. ..
Cashmere qt.bottle and paitrisKo offer you. than shelled corn,as It takes the .,. ,- '
Ammonia.12c: animal longer to bite off the HILL BROS.Coffee. I ,
Bouquet, 2 for, _.23] | IfTpkg., grain and thus prevents him '
Pe rl I
Vel, lg. pkg. .. ......3 S p Flakes .._15c: Alderm s Bakery from bolting his f"ed ,, Drip or Regular 1 Ib. 491r:; t

Laundry Soap Peifl I 3 bars Prevention of diseases and

Octagon, 3 for ..25 Bo ax Soap ........lOc: Jer i Beach easier parasites than In curing raising such poultry troubles.! Is UNPEELED HALVES a MIRACLE BRAND SMALL Ih'APRICOTS t

Rigid sanitation, adequate hous- '

CHOOSE A&PEUPflRITE MEATS balanced ing, ample feeding water program and a well will r'-4 ..23 PEAS 2 Can: 3Sc f'' j ,

FRESH PORK go far toward preventing diseases \ I '
and parasites in the poultry MIDSUMMER YELLOW FREESTON : I "

SWIFT* PREMIUM bEd DI PRESS CONVENTION Peaches A No. 2ft can 21, J :


Petersburg Oct t (FNS: )- SUNSWEET ,I
SUPERITt BEEF CORN 2C:::na? 25c Dates the for Florida the annual Press Association conventionof V FACTORY PACK BAG ':
SHORT RIBS | 41c + originally scheduled to be held package. \, 49C SUGAR ,*. 49c rJ
u, GREAT VALUEPEACHES YELLJ LING here Nov 7-8-9, have been
--- N 2V changed to Nov It-lo-18'one
:' .27c welt later It "announced by KRAFrS KITCHEN FRESHj ARMOUR STAR TOMATO
BABY BEEF LIV R Lb.. _. ._ 63c ______..__.. Russell Kay. secretary, follow- No. 2 :
SUNNYFlELbSLICED GOLDEN HARVESTCREENBEANS2< T Ing gan,a Florida conference Power with Corporation Pat Flana, MAYONNAISE rule; JUICE 2 Cans 19c !l; L

:s,2 25cWE local arrangements chairman
BACOI Lb.._, _a 85c C _no Kay said the change was urgedby COMSTOCK RED SOUR PITTED I

Thg b DLO G ISLAND HAVE A C(| PL|TE STOCK OF when lisher President it of developed the Lloyd Callahan that Herein the,News earlier pub--, Cherries /\ No. 2 can 291 I r

DUCKS Lb 49c BIRDS EYEHFROIEN FOODS date contacted with the! ;
Georgia-Florida football game In I d
Jacksonville' which many publishers ,
Assorted Flavors I planned to attend.
Junket if or M .Specials 1.1'11 111FT

Rennet Pow: I9c WHI1HOUSI, t : 23c 191 VETERANS BARRED
''Cr.d.ANo.jIc.n, 1. Tallahassee, Oct. Through '
Whole Kernal CHASE SANBORN| the end of September a total of PREMIUM FEEF

Corn .. ...I._. 9c COFFEE 47cBONED 198 veterans Florida have been I
barred from the future receiptof
lona.-2 No. 2 can Lb..._..__ ___"--__. ___ servlcemens readjustment allowances SIRLOIN OR ROUND GROUND
Tomatoes 7c' MUK'hriity !?=t and ROLLEI because of findings STEAK 85c BEEF ,' :

that they have knowingly ac- Lb... ...._ ._.. 45c ,
lona 311. or HIrs. '" ... __. _.m_._ __._ .
RIB ROAST 67cSIRLOIN cepted benefits to'which they
No.,2%' Can ass au on Lb.. _____. wew not entitled, Carl B Smith, .. .-
Peaches .?. ...._]25c VII a,to Fell OR T-BONI chairman of the Florida Industrial CHUCK RIB OR BRISKET

Ana Page Condense Nourhwg! Commission, said today ROAST 59c STEW Y
101-o Can Lb. .... __ JAIL DUTY CITEDTallahassee u,
Tomato Soup... lOc Cotyenienll OR BRISCUIT .
Oct. -It \Is the
Sunnybrook Alaska 3 Tall duty of the sheriff to keep the GEORGIA CURHams
4 1 Canfore'5 sent better 'STEWMEAT .._. .__. I county Jail clean Attorney General -
Red Salmon ..,,... Dncr for the, toga Cans ; J.Tom Watson has declared. 11 or Whole, \0 to'14 Ib. average Ib. 69 i
AP Grade A No. !
can UK U (
Apple Sauce ... 17c bUinf, beverage'33c Milk Today
Today's-- -
lona Large Sue .,.,N.e1/leeYee. n.l...N"M,,,.N" ae.N.... e ANTHONYSEconomy
2 No.2 Cans] .1" I reduced The/Compl e ,Food StoreCROMER'S

Sweet Peas .. 25c and

Ma t onaty
Grocery Tux rr to DAT ROM,'<-

Baratft Dairy Wl DELIVER 'neae M er til

111 8. Akron Are. I WE DELIVER, Telephone 141 P, a B/10* Stuart WE ARE OPEN, WEDNESDAYS ALL DAY \, '

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I r{.: !{ .: '::i; SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News Item toy R fhb RAH'MNt Saul tekh'flu,.

I I I ,; 1' Mr, and Mrs /M & 'Howard Earl Hall of Eldorado MR. AND MRS B. J, GREENLUND ROTARY COMMITTEE JENSEN t-R CLUB MOVIES or HAWAII TO Aadasra, a ----
II 1 Ml last week: for their, home,I ,. sgablk h
I \ 't if"-'l' \ Their vacation Included a ELECTS NEW OFFICERSAt BE SHOWN SUNDAY
\ 4 KannapolU, N C,, after spending of FloridaCARPENTER ta'j CHAIRMAN MET AT I I enees, has an Bread sl s
I S. : three days with Mr. and Mr. SEMINOLE INN the organization meeting of Technicolor won pictures of ;Ilea and a ppulutta d

U 1 ; ,i' R. McRae -Saunders- managerof the Jensen Beach 4-H Club for the people and scenery of Hawaii dl>vo;
I, < v_' girls;'the following officer were will be shown In the Methodic -
I' : 1
: ; the Indlantown Development
I' .f" : eletced for the new : Icee !
year Sd) Sunday
j' Church'at 7: p m -
'lit" WORK and of
r zz Company president Stuart Ehrhart, president, Naomi Kline
I : 1'' \ ;: Rotary Club, was host Tuesday vice-preeldent. and Shirley Barrel .I the Rev W O. Aldridge WE BUY ,, J
\ '1 ;; { } night to chairmen of Stuart !, secretary and treasurer. ha announced. This will be wrecked cart
I I, The club meet twice a month tint of a series! rtucb sc
t. ,, f' ,,', I AND QENERAL REPAIRS Rotary Club committees at a copper and bf"sisccVs
in the school cafeteria under the
I sound film to be shown at the as.,
d I A 4 yr conference with James 1, Keller;
I ., general direction of the Martin
ft Jr. Miami governor of this Rotary church, aimed.,at Incre/lllnllo-
r SEE ME MY HOME IN SlLERNO OR County home demonstration
DROP A POSltARD TO BOX itfSALERNO, FLA. district Other guest at agent, Mis Luclle Inscoe, cal Interest In world affair, Mr. AUTO PARTS'
.. .t hNJI the dinner' were Judge Arthur] Aldridge said. The public 1 II invited

,. E. A. "BILL" BALDWIN dg"j Clonti, Judge A. O. Kanner D : Mr and Mrs Arch Canada of South Dix Hig ,y<
( \\1'1: 8. Hudson, Phil pence, Arthur Orlando spent three days"here Fort r terse 1
I I I! 1 Sims, ErwIn Johnwlck:, Paul last week: visiting Mr and Mrs. Canada daughter! Mrt Pearl Phone
:: 1a; Roenshel, Dr. C A. Carrlel,B B. Hobby Savage Canada 11 I a Hinkle: ,of Key West Joined them 129
I\ \ Kraft and Ernest Lyons. The brother of Mrs. Savage The here. _.. it
group conferred on Rotary policies -
\ ,',' : ': TWO S ROOM BUf GALOWS .


.; I'',;' ; $6toOOjfiEach Mr WESLEYAN. Ruth Stevenson GUILD was hostess Special CleamncelSak 1

: ". ,11.,: 1 Cnce to 20 members and guests of
," See U* At the Wesleyan Service Guild of
f' j the Methodist Church; at a covered -
t t q'i"l THEODORE DEHON & SON I dish supper last Thursday
) night at her Akron Ave home. wvr
.l :;. ,', ,t ': DEHON BLDG. f f PHONE 81 The devotional -rvlce with
r: '. ,' .' the theme, 'Over the Hill of 7 5 Dfesses
,, Tomorrow,' was presented by .
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I ." Mrs., Henry KlndreB-wfth Mrs.Fred i il
I '' 1 ''J 1 I Walton reading the scrip
II ( i COMMERJCIAIJ and AERIAL ture lesson Mrs. Lon Tyson was l

i .. I' )'In' ,f In charge of the program, ,"Thy : Values to $19.95
IPHQTOS for Our "
; ;' ; l f Gospel Generation ;
I "t + l 1 At a business session In chargeof
I Mrs Curtis Whltlcar, president
: I SALE It was assist inl I
t I t ; PROMPT, EFFigJENTpERVICE| GUARANTEED the young voted: ( : of the each
I'I' I church by giving a series of so- '
I (WANT Ical events for the teen-age t eS
I trout! The first party will be at
COMMERCIALS the Port Sewall home of the Assortment of Jtytes and fabrics
.. I 'i' i PHOTOGRAPHY I guild president Nov 5 with similar \ ; I.
'. Krueger Bldg.-Phay. 324-Next To Western Union events (M follow each month e One group o owe coati, beach: coals u4blouses.
: t. t i :, I 1 *P '
/: + LIST your RooSsjf Apartment and Rental .. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN .
( 1 Home with usi 4 K r The Presbyterian Woman Association 'I

i<' 1/1 /' j KiJLFORD Jean Nurse Of England Weds was entertained Tu 58- ALL REDUCED" FOR QUICK CLEARANCEl I
il ir day at the home of Mrs. C A. 1O LAY-AWAYS .

t.. 1 It. I raL FrlaGt' B. J. Greenland Here Sunday Lees with Mr. Ivan Taylor In ,
1 charge of the devotional service
; ; .
II.. ,, BUYING ;LLING RENTING Mrs. F R. Horton presented the
f' \ : W PHOPEI MANAGEMENT afternoon on India"'
f'I k i t''.'I :1, t I Write) 0 Box No 4 Jean Milllcent Nlir,e of Norwich Others attending were. Mrs. Those attending program wer Mrs. W. 'he Styje Shop

J f,, tl ,\ 321 Nor Colorado Avenue Norfork. England became Fred' C. Hall, Mrs A C. Carriel, H. Smith Miss Anna Qunn, Mrs.C. .
I ". the bride of Boon John Oreen- A. Cartel, Mrs. Lilly M. Wiley,
one 317 Mrs.
: lund, Jr.. of Stuart Sunday wh.nthe C: M Walker, Mrs Ruby Mrs. Willis Paget, Mrs HomerVivian
.t Florida ,
1 Brown Mrs Harry Wilson. Mrs.
[" j .\ : l"" Rev Wilfred O Aldridge Ted Huff Mra M O. Littman Mrs Ralph E. Frey, Mr*.\ OSCEOLA,AVE E STUART, FU
j : : the Impressive double and Mr. J Leon Taylor. Blanche Lowrey Mrs R. R
I ; ring ceremony at the Methodist Brown and Mrs, H. L, Lyons,

( Ii, tIt:: church worship following hour the morning WElLS RETURN FROM

; International Sterling Mrs. Florence Nurse who came 4,000-MILE MOTOR TOUR

\ ; from England by plane with her Mr and Mr, Ernest D Wellsof
I Bifiovfc
I'I '" Watches daughter gave her i i : .; ;'" Keepsake mdxwoods Art Carved was also her matron of honor from 'a -thrft'- -..II: motor tour .
1 The
bridegroom attendedby which covered 4000 miles In
;:i >- I'' ", ,,1 Diamond* aim .Wedding Rings Henry Garret Kindred. Richmond they visited the Confederate -
) "d j To the organ strains of Her* showplaces, of historical .
I IT C.&E. WALKER Comes the Bride" with Mri Interest: In New York: City
"r. Edna Coutant at the console they were guests of their daugh- PAY Ol L THE

:, elera the young blond bride precededher tr's family. Mr and Mrs Howard
.I I '. mother down the !Isle from LeTourneau and daughter
OSCEOLA AVE STUART the rear of She church, Her wedding Lillian who returned with them; LOW DELI ED PRICE
gown was a heavy cream In Utica, N. 7. they were enter- :
I. -' --- latin ornated with seed pearl, tained by the family of another
\ I Ir with a long train and she worea daughter, Mr and Mr. Anthony
', THE FA T'II BY.6Ei ERAC ELECTRIC three-quarter length veil with Dlnltto and they visited a sister
r if.: finger-tip face vMI embroideredwith In Dupont Ohio.
4' I lace medallions and held In Swinging further west they I
) I place by a coronet of pearl Her' visited their son-In-law and FOR YOUR NEl# CHEVROLET
t ( I G-E 'OLOR.. DETECTIVE |! arm bouquet was of white glad-, daughter, Dr and Mrs. Reginald
I C 1 t \fl, : it itt WORKS FOB.FARMER loll and white asters with trail- Kltchlng, Jr.; and children in
Ing fern and tube roses( Davenport, Iowa, and returnedby
!t I F : Her mother wa\ In a floor way of Atlanta to drop In on and enjoy t] full benefits of'
r ri' ,
I ,, + length gown and hat of blackc former neighbor and friend
)p( embroidered with pink: and 'attend the SoutheasternFair '
I ,;'f t \ sequins and she carried a bou The last stop on the way BIG-CAR QUALIT feT LOWEST: COST

e ''I"i "{ quet of pink carnations. At the I home was with the W O Wells. "C
II" Ii request of the bride Mr. Greenland family In TKhonla, Ga.
i ,---- wnr"__u .hI.._< ."m......,. .&1.. I"non.v....
officer uniform moat remlnes- Buy yeur new 1941 Chevrolet from us. Buy it where,

cent of their courtship days bet 1 SuttonSavageNuptials you are asked to pay. only the low delivered prl
England where h" met. and
: and not morel That the Americaws5'that' ,
i' 1y came betrothed! to his future a single penny
wife, Held your way-and that's our way a* W [CHEVROLET, DELIVERED

Kenneth Stlmmell, tenor, ling '
True, you may have t* wait a little while for PRICES'IN
love You Truly" before the
ceremony and "Because" afterwards LastThursday livery, but you'II save a tot of money by parch Ag .
The congregation of the \ .your. Chevrolet from as at ,the low price, Itatc4f cf Spaying
church followed a British! tradl a premium price to someone eke Just t tltit flemutcr Serle Fleetmaster Series
tlon by singing a special wedding Miss Norma L. Savage, daughter sake of getting it a bit sooner.
hymn during the service of Mr and Mr,. H. 8. a'lo& CouTown 61.354
Savage Obviously, its wiser to save of Bus!A* Coupe: -- .hill S-rassenger ) :
Following the moneyJP your
marriage cere became the bride of State Highway Sedan till
mony the bridal couple new ear Investment than It i Is to save a littl Rm* on I-rasKiger Coup JS01
r .j;, THE REOCRDN( <3 SP TROPI.OTOMETEQ. were Patrolman, Warren L. Button Sport Sedan use
I + 6 i'--' WAS D LOPED BY G ERAL ELECTRIC TO tion honored at the at home\an Informal of Mr. and recep Mrs.H. in a simple nuptial cere- your new car delivery) ,Town||eda. .._ ____ MM Cabriolet 1,145

y i w HELff*PEOPLE Will MATCHING H. Thayer 177 Cleveland Ave. mony at at the 10:Baptist 45 PS m parsonage last Thurs.day In Moreover, we are receiving our fair sbaV of ears Spent\ n ._"_Jljtl Station Wags U",
from the Chevrolet which l\a oujforoduclng
After a siding trip Mr. and Mrs.
LEWS IT HA SEEN USED TO Fort Pierce.The Rev.J.R.White,
Oreenlund will live in an apart, Baptist pastor, conducted the all other makers we are filling ordersthe low
4 ANAL tS COLORS 0 t.CK SKIN FOR A ment In the Stuart Drug buildIng single-ring ritual. delivered prices, day after day and weiwafter week fLEETUNI SEtUES

POULTRtfUAN WHO WA TO BREED DUCKS 202 Flagler. For her wedding Miss Savage ...we are doing our level best to get canJv you and to '

H ,THE COLOR AT SOLD BEST. wore a suit of aqua blue crepe all who have ordered them-and so, eijri though the 'AeroKdsn1_._Tl,fllSportmasier
CHOIR GUILDS !MEETSAT with white accessories and a corsage demand still exceed the supply yoiMay aol have

t 1 1h W C ARMOR HOME of pink: brides rose and e, to walt ao very long for your ear, aftf aiL \ \ M7II
Ib'u tube roses She was attendedby

ST BERRIES M The Qholr;Church Guild met of last the Thursday Presbyterian her sister Miss Betty savage aid That why w{ lay-pay only the hM delivered price' 'n- ... I ..-. .M..... ,..... ...... 1M ..s.. soar
and Russell Norris, Jr, attendedthe enjoy the full benefit* of Biff CAR QUALITY u
1 night at the home of Mrs. .- r' .._ rsr. obis
RISTMA5I' bridegroom. Mrs. Pearl AT LOWEST COST| And If
W,, C. Armor to begin the fall -ye-# get !I. touch a-se
k THE ER HARVES IS activities/ after a summer recess Hinkle Key welt, cousin of the with you the very moment year neigchevrolet&1 11 ready
bride, was also 'present. The for .
+ KEPT ESH THE yEA Mrs. Armour and Mr*. Erwin rJohnwlclt delivery)
# bridal party had a wedding; sup-
KVNB&N A G-6 HOME were honored at the. per at Vero Beach following the ,
birthday observance and received
dl FREE R THE 8-CUBr : 4:. gifts torn the guild. ceremony.Mrs Sutton Is a native of Stuart STILL THE LOw lilE LOjv. FIELD
l FOOT JVPDEL HOLDS 260. ; The business meeting conduit. one of six daughter and ( sT-PRICED LINE IN RICE
POUNDS OP'FOOD.' ed by the new president, Mrs. the fourth to be married here. ,
I t Herbert Dugan, Included a discussion She was graduated from Martin to
of projecte-16i/! the :year
County High School In 1949
4, I rED'l3"A ((.L/CN'T/M6S./ | / Flower for the rnhrrh was presented Her husband, a native of Poncede -

u 7WAT& WOW MAW TIMES storm created as a problem a !scarclay! slnle of local the Leon 1 Is from DePunlak ROYALPALM CO
Springs. He ha been with the CHEVROLET
GENERAL: TRIED OUT cut flowers and It was voted to State Highway Patrol for a year .-;,

i 'A NEW TY SrVnrHTOWOULD try to obtain pot plant. for the and was assigned; to duty in this

t MAKE SI,1 NOT fM/b/ present.of The selling money plastic raising apron projects county aU months ago.They are' ....
their the
making: home at Mat-
4" .IN USE SATVPCALTCARS/ and table cloths was reported to thews Apt. on Akron Are.ter, STUART 9124'
iI v E THAT be successful that an additional ? ,. ,FLORIDA: Bok M., Phone ;

IN7D 6epRcctcrGENERJL&EIECTRIC supply will be ordered. Ally.David Marshall will leave ly
Aba the sale of Christmas cards
tomorrow Daytona Beach to. ti
by member will begin this spend the week: end with hiI:
1 < j month The group voted to ''parent*. Dot'! and Mr*.r..J. Mars ;
w,.. sponsor organization of an adult hall i

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TIm STBABT' 'mwa' STCAIW, Marts, County, FLORIDA) THfRSDAY, OCT .. Utl PAQtt Rib

r anHyderbadarJeatl** Indian; States, aid. safety, reported that because {n Jensen BeachAUXILIARY Holmes Munch home, have.moved EXPANDING SHOP NEW PRESBYTERIANBIBLE 1111;

a territory ,about twice II SOCIAL NEWS of STUART Ii of high water and danger to Stuart. AT TQLEY YARD STUDY CLASS ,

V of Ohta* I of typhoid fever Miss Stanley J. J. Pitchford returned last The Adult Bible Study
W. tool and die .
-- would give typhoid shots If Maine Detroit of the First Presbyterian ,
IOHNSON.DUNN, enough, people would cooperate UNIT week from a three-month visit maker who has worked with was organized Sunday. Cluaml\ml i

OF Mrs. P. J. Loretl announce I ENGAGED I I Anyone Interested please with relatives In !North' Caro- the Packard and Universal Products with Mrs. r R Horton a*J : '

EER the engagement of her ion, John I set Mrs. Kathleen Devllbls or lie He. was accompanied home Co. In Detroit has pointed dent: Mrs C A. Lees, '
air R ODGe taw Walter Johnson, to Mary Dunnof A : Mrs. Smith. Refreshments were PLANS MEETING : by his sister. Mrs. Carrie Pitch- the machinist. staff of Toley 'and H. P. Stevenson as teacher
Sao P. N. 'served to Mrs. LaVem Van Ness, mind again.) \ I \
lot ad a. WIDNESDAYS Canton, Ohio. The couple will: ford, who will spend the winter Boat Yard at Salerno. The ;yard I\;it
Mrs. George Smith Mrl Mary has added and drill
IM MONTH new welding '
W ans Hall be married Nov. 27. Mrs. Loretl I Porter, Mrs. Mable Crews, Mrs AT TOWN HALL here press equipment, and a new key There are almost 6.900'banks'' >. \
St Flo.arti expects to leave for Canton In a I Paul A. Devlllbls, Miss Lucille :Mrs. H. /8. Oass and daughter, cutting machine for propeller In the V S., Federal Reserve system : I

the latter part of November to f. I coe. Mrs. O. B. Cadwell, Mrs. CHARLOTTK BELUEB Sandra, have returned from a shafts. .' 1lhh
By : '
Sammy Lane Mrs. George Row -
attend the wedding, and visit her vacation trip to Vermont.

daughter,Eloise Ouerlno, at New- I YI.M Mark. Baker and Mrs The first meeting-- of the fan I Mr and Mrs, W. H. Bering,
C : feinauerUr I
County port News, Va. en route home. I and Mrs William Frtnk f of the Jensen Unit No. 128, who have been the guests of SCOTCH-LITE'!!'
Mr and Mrs. Johnson expect to their aon-ln-law and daughter,
i West Palm Beach and 'Aaron Legion Apxlllary, will I
Ceme t Craft spend art, and Jheir will honeymoon return to in Canton Stu- i Deal of Palm Beach were dinner be held Monday evening Jen-' Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Munch, !f

Mesta editor 01.1.1.. to make their home there. He Van guests[ Ness of Sunday Mr. and Mrs LaVern sen Town Hall. Everyone Is 'have returned' to their home in IGNS (
slaying Plastering a,. acrdCe has lust been discharged from i Mrs, LaVern VanNess "was a urged, to attend A 'number of Miami
ant Work the :Navy after 8 years service. | VIA business visitor In West Palm Important matters are to be discussed Mr. and Mrs Harper Quinn THEY SHINE AT N/TE Jf1j

Beach Thursday, the most Importan of have announced the birth of a I
Mrs. O. B. Cadwll and William which will be cnnsmas work sop, Michael Joseph, Wednesday, CHARLES B05flVELL :1
Flreplaa Specl ItyCh.
rVMlldey were business visitorsIn
for the hospital Everyone Is Sept. IT at Martin County Hospital li\ .j
West Palm Beach Wednesday urged to bring a new member to / '
... M RAINS '103-M
JrS PraiM Tentative plans were made by; BLDG. PHONE '
and the which been
quota has
Point cil '. Fla.Mort the Jaycee.Ettei at their meet- N Mrs Ross Witham and sort raised for the coming :Mr. and Mrs Paul Nodtne lit t f= '
Ing at the Civic Center year Sunday for Sheaneatles, N. V, \
Monday Randy, visited Mrs Thomas But- Mr. and Mrs Jack Martin, who
eight for a Christmas Eve danceat WYLENE WHITE ertleld; and young son of Fort have been residing hers In the I for a months vacation 1 '
the center Further decision Mr. and Mrs. O L. White of Pierce FrIday. I Clifton Bounds has accepteda
will be made at th, 'organization 405 South Albany Ave. announce Sgt and Mrs. Lewis Mason and home position In the Stuart Fred
Je 'i 'next meeting Oct 20, the eDraremeDI.fI Sgt and Mrs Bill Fleming of In Oolden Gate Saturday Store In Stuart. '
a rs The group will meet tomorrow I their daughter, Wylene ta El- West Palm Beach were guests of Mrs1 R. S. Robertson was host- ATTENTIONRUGS i..:
night to decorate the Mr and Mrs Dalton Oarret tag to her bridge club at Sey. :
centerIn wood B. Duftn, son ef Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McNeese Sunday. +1 :
St J of Stuart are planning to build t tin
The ling ,w let Halloween colors, Furher Mrs. Earl B. Dun of Port The Woman club ls selling mours Tuesday afternoon High p'
home In
work to Improve the East 4th Rewall and Belvidere, N. J. Christmas cards for the benefitof Palm City soon, Garret score prizes were won by Mrs :
Bt. tennis court has been Is employed; with Higbee and Lewis Gamble and Mrs I :
Expert etch, iii and by the weather postponed to Miss/ White was a member of'the' raising money to build a club Wortham contractors, and Mrs.Garret Chuck Alderman Others ClayIng If Four' f;
rainy house. Interested
It" graduating clan of see ,
Jew Iry reps. E Oct. 18. I Martin County High School Mn C. B. Flenauer' or Mrs S. Stuart at the Western UnionIn were Mrs Adolph HcrtrlMr WEREHURRICANE ED DUE TO THE r I. ;111 iJ
Considerable discussion *. C H. Alderman Mrs E. J. {
was Q Crews
and has lieD employed In the : '
held at the Monday meeting on! the of the Mrs. A. H. Buraonl of Stuart Ward, Mrs. Charles Day and ,
office of Bert D. Keck, architect Attending meeting
107 N. 2 'St. F Pierce I and 'Mrs. E M. Hlgbee and HEY SHOULD BE
Miss Elizabeth Robertson.
ways and means! for the Jaycee-I .since that time Her fiance Royal Palm Rebeccas In Stuart daughter, ,
Ettes to raise funds, The dance i received his education In Bel- Monday night were Mrs. Rose In West Betty Palm Ann Beach.spent Monday .111I111111I111111111I11I11I111111I111111I111111 CLEANED AS OON AS POSSIBLE !

was tin principal sugges Ion I vldere *pit Delray Beach. Heerved LeIghton, Mrs Vida Evans. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs A. H. Bursonl recently I""

IB the Navy 12 monthsand George Smith and Mrs S. O sold their home In West Refresh, Yourself AFTER BEIN )RIED OUT.
after hh discharge" moved Crews,
Palm Beach and bin taken an When Our
TO-SWAY to Port Sewall with his. family Mr and Mrs. Chat. Connant apartment In Stuart until they Oif

He Is associated In business of Walton were dinner guests of build their new home on McCord GEORi: KEITH ,i :, :
Mr. and Mrs E. L. at
with bin father. The date Higher Ave.
Friends of Mrs. Bursonl
S\4\YS of the wedding has not been tflelr home on Michigan Ave will remember her as Mrs Cleo EARL'SSOD JT T ''J) I I
aet Wednesday.Mr. 1
HIgbee. Mr. Bursohl Is
Car Lubr aced While In Swaying Motiont and Mrs Robert Wortham at Hall Electric Store.employed ; SHOPN Martin CouSty Cleaners'

No Extra Cost Mrs Ronnie Cross entertainedthe attended the' football game In Sally Ann and Joe Backus, Jr.. :i

top m and See For Yourself the Baptist: Missionary: r Society of Fort Mr.Pierce and Mrs Friday Dalton night Garret of of Jensen spent Sunday here IN DRINKS Phone 190 P. O Box 906 ail I
their ,
visiting cousins: Vncent I
This national Creasing MethodStu Tuesday evening at her home. Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Lee, Shirley and Betty HIgbee I SANDWICI ES & COFFEE I.. .
This was the first meeting of Wortham were dinner guests of and Bobby Wortham. I INDIAN OWN, FLA.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi. j '

Service| Station the group which was planned Mr: and Mn Henry Frisbee at ._ iiiiiiiiimiiiHiii II_ ft, ,
nu u
for mothers and professional women
Walter in Phone 9144 who can not attend afternoon

Mrs.circle Robert meetings-T. Sheptar! of At- -

lanta arrived last week to Join :
FLO! For All OCCASIONS her relief husband representative.Red Cross Sheplar disaster Or lite nalin tit,i

has been detained In MartinCounty
BOUQUE S 4 CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS longer than anticipatedand

F $AL ARRANGEMENTS Is still clearing requests for 12 ranch
aid for storm damages JeaJing !


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| Arcade Bit, Ith wfc)St.WIRE, Ft. Pierce FLOWERS Phone 310-J SOCIETY SEWS e// l
any item listed below on OUR EASY PAYS T PLAN eomp r

U iiliif i*** ."< bedroom lunUmttAUSTILL ) (natural. fiber red nod into room, dialog team c..._'" furniture; i '
MEETS PASTOR CABTtaT COMPANY end bedroom. furniture. door mots) RICHMOND CAIINEl' COMPANY
Ikihhe.sobs |*h.efwobessadadddrown. .1 HIGHSTOWN' RUG COM NY UitcriM '....It..I. ,
The Ladles Aid Society met at Made"" end dining roe r ijiirili yial) HOOKERASSETT PURN URN COMPANY SANITARY REFRICERATOK COMPANY ,I
Ike ,1
the church for a' covered dish IIRNHARDT FURNITURE: CO NY (bedroom sod dining fueifurel --"" SIALEY MATTRESS COMPANY I
it Q luncheoTi and to sew for their Idial.s' loom furniture) COMPANY (bedding) \ j I

fall bazaar The new minister IGELOW SANFORD CARPET CO I <(... oil ranges and. Nov I SEWARD TRUNK AND SAG COMPANY .
and his wife, the) Rev and Mrs. (cap.Nng end reel I. P. HUNTLEY PURNI I COMPANY Wallace Stern were welcomed at BLOWING. ROCK FURNITURE ( sad (ROS.HUENEFILD .
dining funirllira
,.... .. j'
the lunch hour. Those present IfctdraoM sad dining room \L) FURNITURE co ANY Ic. rebid .1 I
wen Mrs. Yolon Blasco Mrs. La. fimitiiMINMAN > i
IHeO sesedesel;' pieces/FACTO.- (the famousenYtrea mattresses and.their I + i
Vern Van Ness, Mrs Alice Cad- ROYHIU FURNITURE FURNITURE COM Uy bedding' i H ,
well. Mrs. William Burdick, Mrs (hiving resin. dining. mi* .... 1_,.. bodroons abbot/ ALEXANDER SMITH. 6 SONS A \,
Kathleen Devllbes, Mrs Mary CALDWELL FURNITURE JAMESTOWN LOUNGE CO ANY ..... and earpd1.f
Porter Mrs. Eva Bell Felnauer Ibedro.m. fYMNYre/ Niw living l mm l.mrt.r.JASPER SOUTHERN SPRING liD COMPANY '
CAREY FURNITURE' COMPANY CABINET COMPAN" (the foment Red CNN mtttnun m4 other.
Miss Violet Krleder Mrs. Carina : : ,,1
( belong, Mrs Marlon B. Flak, CARo"INAKpAiUORnFURNITURI COMPANY KfNT '."IY"Y' ....'"-wlT""OY..Y' i 1 '
Mrs. Mable Crews, Francis Crews I ,
IDurKm Phyla MM end occasional| Kflni Now Ibdreses furniture Isperieu..Ha/ ".1
and Mrs Sudhoff. furniture: ) R COMPANY STANLEY FURNITURE: COMPANY :
A reception In the form of a CAVALIER CORPORATION 41 see ....., ......, (bedroom. and dialog, '' _IIItell/ i.h.
PENECKS supper will be held at the church (._.._ ...., ..... U TON CHAIR COM'A C. P. STREIT MANUFACTURING COMPANY 1
tomorrow night at (:30 for the COLEMAN, rURNITUKI COMPANY"' LLOY I + sesoslse.l shin' ) Irk. famous Srr.it Slumber Chair' \ I 1
minister and his wife, the Rev. c.... w1 Porcelain dinette,
CONTINENTAL FURNITURI COMPANY INS living mom LtenestIbedre.m r..
and Mrs Wallace Sterns The furniture) tornY d po.''sit" to..Awref. SUMPTER CABINET COMPANY ...
Ladles Aid Is In charge All DIXIE FURNITURE COMPANY MADDOX LI COMPANY (1...._. furnleuml.
memoirs and friends\ are Invit (> ..._ fYMi1YNf, IHM Here and. desks) SUPERIOR SLEEPRITI CORPORATION
ed.Choir practice la held each /bdree. oM nine mom (vnilfvnlDREXEk 1 Whits. M..t N k. ''fit enl THANHAROT-IURGER CORPORATION 4 I
at the church at
Wednesday .,
(bedroom old dints" Nom fiiraHimttLKOR ibeddIsg/ CHAIR COMPANY
ik\no\ substitute 7:30: p. m William Burdick Is : .. INCORPORATED MANTLE LAMP CO Y OP ERICA ,...._ end dining, mom furniture, ,
The i
e director and Mrs Clarence Feln (Nut bring mom furniture. (table. and llo.f fan,. TONK MANUFACTURING COMPANY
A games party will be sponsored ( Idiasse.: fufniturclMARSH ) TROY SUNSHADE COMPANY
for ecuri ousoelfurniw1. :
; IO.
e by the Palm City' Woman COMPANY FURNITURE COMP / living' room fueltee" lhihh.n s.hie.Nf UNAGUSTA MANUFACTURING COMPANY ,
Club at the home of Mr. and fI. :SR"D'COMPANY MARTINSVILLI NOVELTY COM IM.hM..Y: bedroom fumeurel
Mrs S. O Crews on Palmetto .. (McniwMl tables) t
Crenel mil >!I.e w Path m4 W l s ream UNIQUE FURNITURE MANUFACTURING
Way Wednesday at 8 m. These MORCANTON FURNITURE COM'A
furniture I COMPANY ,
South In Beffs AAsion an3 Sick Benefit Plan parties are held each month for FLORENCE ROVE COMPANY Ifine bedroom. and divine. room in I/i.Nes .ltn'' '

for been In effect 34 years the benefit of raising money to lei1' and slesrk res'es end oil he.bni: MT. AIRY CHAIR AND PURNITUR PANT UNITED FURNITURE: CORPORATION. '
ttsjSmploye\ build a club house There will FLORIDA. FURNITURE INDUSTRIES. INC (fine dining, rem and bedroom ices, s Ibsdro.fuee.N)

Jth all cost Aa/d by the Company. be prize given away and' re- FLORIDA 1 Regular. MATTRESS Priced. bedroom FACTORYPOGll immune.) MURPNY.MILLER iaeessbaol. living I..C.FORM. shim/ VALENTINE hiving mom SEAVER furniture COMPANY '

fr'shmenta served Admission NATIONAL FURNITURE' COMPANY, VAUGHAN'
//brio. worn /orokuN and boddingl I : FURNITURE COMPANY
1 Is 25 cents. Mae bedroom furniture)
FURNITURE COMPANY //bdre.M femlhinl :
Polki |ere Rt Southlrnteell enjoy the many Rdvan.tagea The Home Demonstration club I 1 lit' Capture end! Daman Phyla bring. mm OAK .UR..ITURE. COMPANY VIRGINIA LINCOLN CORPORATIONPULLMAN '
f an Employe a Ion Plan that holds promise met at the home .of Mrs Henry fuM......, ....,- ..//tell 1"-" ALUMINUM COMPANY, t
ot hsrly, secure yeaB aflead.Yesl co-hostess Mn Mary Porter simple! HVImPURNITUH. rem wiresNee., Bring MM hra of| (fine kltcktii. .1.l mi.... ware) '
Southern BelAvaslnot only one of the very v gave the devotionals followed by I Iu
first cjmpsnles glvl Its\mployeee R Pension Pro- the Lord Prayer In union. Mrs ':::TtiiiN Iehlesi IIS Also! Zenith Radios, RCA Radios, Ice Radios age Electric Refrigerators, Merge He<. i
to George Smith and Mrs. O. B. (Ronnie, >rlc.4 Mmm hirnrtm trio Ranges end, venous ether Ifta facturer a wsPace will not permit HI to list.
R ut ta PensIonflinUiRS continued to be one Cadwell who were' delegates to CALAX FURNITURE COMPANY .
of tb best. It to pRrtlf R Amprehenalve Employee the training meeting at, Mel- hiving roefvraiture. ) Your Mother store carries .erchud front the fine ottufach" in the United Stole '
GALAX MIRKOR COMPANY"' at prices you can afford to pay S P MATHER, CARr. AND SAVE. I
Benesl Plan that also fcveMslckness. accident, dit> bourne Sept. 28 and 27 gave a fmirran, I' ,

abllit| psynlnts.RdvRntRteitoglher. report .on the meeting Mrs. GENERAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION All You at :i
and death
Pay MATHER'S It the
Smith,who is chairman of health ICI M.,.IM end sppileasesiGREENHILL r Traded"Prke B Halted by the Manufacture! I
Th lAfh good w.gesaeady, TABLE PAD COMPANY
ekes-sre.F IaMe red")
trnplcfraent,vRCRtioni sr| boll ys with pay, provide NITRICK MANUFACTURING"' COMPANY t 1,

/ feel 1 of security for telephone folks,throughout STUART IflMw. cull pwtk fee -)

\ Jrorklt years and after ItlremeVt, CITY COMMISSION M T E R"
llcause Regular Meetings '
a The benefit you, too, B contributing to 8
a.. [ the well being o( Telephone Corkers the result il '1100 P. M. 70% of the Utopia m .the. Un'',.d, Ship make ,

r betty (Id more economical fclephon* service for you. 2nd and 4th ) M low spend then a$3 fortune.000 pw for you rear.HOUM. You Fumithcng dbnt \have*.\ 0 F'I F R T PI I. vRC E ,
WEDNESDAYSStuart ,You home wire look seat and you will IIf l be \
,mart vox /hood fat nd buy your Furniture, ,
4 / j 'lOHTHEHI III IIUPNOMI ANO TIIE9RAPN COMPANY City. Hall } etc. from P1n, Thrifty CM AUtners'r 116 N. SEC D STREET, nione 86

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FOR SALE1111I11I11111111111I11I1111111111111I11I11I11I11 I IIII High School TO PROHIBIT HUNTING NOTICE: or APPLICATION ro TAX : 'i'i'

\\J'' Crossword Puzzle .., 0 CAIJj. Tallahassee, Oct. 0 The OE&DISto Dill N'; 1111 '

LjlJ'\ ? [ FOR SALE:: One thousand. B. Mol I I cADet. 'MERITED. I State Game and Fresh Water NOTIOn M HIHEHY. : GiveN: Tklt ICjAAx r:

feet of oak flooring Publications'Staffs Fish Commlslson, at a meeting d. D. H, "",ku .. koldw ., Tu OrliMU NuMOEC ONE' wt'TI
[ [ pre-war T. AISOLUTSLOleurOatboal H. lIlt !Imsof k.. l>4 it, .tuir 'alSE i'' THICH
C1O33IDl ,grade and end matched This ACROSS Ol.inubua I povEa ,8 0 in Jacksonville last week, took I J A. o ins hoe fOod .... in XF TIN oaEA or
SLTiO* PAP to close all''" ond ... ..... .,.11..,... ... AI r
II flooring Is absolutely seasoned I 4. Judtaa hiss I'. Co atmoipnrt I 0 I Ie. !It I.Ii I 1I. Given no action on proposals ... .... t. ... l.rmdthoou.501doo5ethLoots OTIC MyS&A; t,
and In tint I class condition. M hurricane-damaged South Florida dmrIblC *
'" I'' ,I., SAWED ALI_I Vt: .oh-aooo the.0..te (nvunuuwM < Vl >'
P. rayette Box SIC or pboneSlJfW. IS.It.. w",5.SflB&: : ::: a L I v I .. 0" I Ii'' l a to game bird.hunter*. i"r'f. ia ik.loltl Co. of lIorIa .Ia. ;' ? J DiJ? k

Stuart at the IR..M Ji sr.1. .* AILED I I POPA14,8a The commission decided to defer : : t: =' Tat iotthei0.boe.Oro s:'kot < "*
AniII u
RATES: Ze PER WORD ORDIN Oct. t t I : :ilrallt41, : Parti p ..14K E1'G14 Martin County High Schooi'unewopaper taking action In the matter i ai me toeS of 14 .1 Nw9 ,.. : ouch oh I" ...>. w ..
l ,, 0 LD AL soetIm 50, T.5. 40 5. L. 4 son1uln50O :
< j ;! ; -: ARY. MINIMUM 3Sc FOR 11 I It Fl8hnhole.'I.. Ima.lflM '?' A N !U I. P I It I. I: II renamed the South- until Ik "complete" survey of 50 sow .. or t "r:; J:::'':' '...."7'ur'T"
Coconut '' : t:: TM
4 L WORDS! 3c PER WORD CAMTALS FOR BALE: 'I. UI''''' : M .. i I 14 I IN A It 't.c T wind this year from the Star storm damage can be made in flsmtosoeoiof tsen.ldprmut, :7i:' ', "
: "
t ; "t, MINIMUM BOc FOR 17' Palm., Date Palms. I?: KkrJ9 Wea5b; : H r.f mountain piar.roM ; Fie I 800ihCumIO last made its first Districts 1 and 4, the Statenseriously cod-. tan mol .."", .1. ln.pod .. 50 ;: :" COt u : 0'fs.n
\,,1 f ;; ; ,WORDSliiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiimiiiiiiiiiiimmmiii. \I plants. Other small plants In 1 .'..... ol Dlarl IT link oprochoalII WOO I P TAR ECAhIIi. : year, appearance affected areas. First .... ..... of W...,. ttpQop. "'."'" .k'I, .' is' :
hil'ss.O'.s j
Cans. J I.. Crai|' 317 Albany' Clooturof wool IVN this week. District Commissioner L. G v..... asiA .rtl/l to aj1M s's.dura.d ::,, ,:h): t :.: .:;
/ i : I_N II_L._ .... ,
1/f 't Avenue :it 'L Bb.raEiolamatlW Its staff Includes Orayce Pom- nwodIos a prepurt .
: 00. .. .. ... Bruce arid District 4 Commissioner smofllmd. Ih.1 .b. 0014 to 554hlshml. Er oosallp II1.;zi" -io:
I 17. .
FOR RENTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii : --
APARTMENTS Oct. t, 16 aeoat II. IMoora eroy, editor-ln-chlef: ; Joan J. W. CorbHt declared It hlddf .. th o.nn isoos Coup. ...
t. i $ usdefiO II. OeIon.iltOhOti 0O. 500 ftt,5. llood.. ,0 hO mmli' of Pto-r.:1trWh: : i:
1t Ii ,..11I.. Combs, assistant editor; Charles Is impossible as. :yet to make Noe.ohos i04 514k doe of.NormbehIAA =;::1 ; : ; ..

t, : ROSE BUSHES: Zryear-old field DOWN I. 'I'r: :.:';:. 'accurate' quail and turkey damage : ,; : PlOttoal Ho.ProBloct I : : II': ''''''''
: :
I grown everblomlng plants; ::: ___i5solsk. .. :Ii.: I'urll.:w .11p 1 tn W.. ........ 4 A Hall, business manager BarbaraStewart estimates"CorbHt : ..k. '........ .....
I Ou..I. IoIpa'-
It. Not IPrsduo5
: varieties assistant business manager IIn..14
fifty choice
over ; ,
out that six Usd4 lust .
pointed '
,1i? ,>> : : ( write for free j catalog with 11 Ii 1'1 VO 1 tl. ) ut'tr: Owjrnne ,Elncore, Anne week still remain before hunt- "'ICfu"! I II.*uUe POIIEROT.C" isutl.rusd. 5..:. 5 ,i ': :.:

{ ''Ii j roses in colorTyTex TYlrr,1 01'zi"f' Indl'du.lrr&l tit plttman, Janice Arbogast, Jerry log season begins and suggested "...1_ 50. 4PeoIt '; ,:- r';:
Nurseries, P. OJ Box 532, E1rljr GUNS' D.C.LEGAL "
g' j JW.q m ri fl Texas, 5 I ; I r'-" 'r--- t. CIth.. .r!. Smith, Iris Pollock,, Sara Roberts this will give' ample time to determine CopS, 15 o.t. I. II 4 15; 1047, II. I :,:2''i:'.. ,''''

I : .' : 5 in flIUIJ Oct. 9,' 16, ZJ,4- _ i?% 10.U. Court RabbIt r'. and Barbara Stewart, feature toll is serious If the enough game bird to Justify death .DV TISP.MINTS Pooloce. H.. 0 :";;_,,:,Q,

writers Auabutn and Mildred S '
I" "" 21 19. Sharp b.nd. ; Billy closing two entire districts to NOTICE or API' ATION rOIl TAX i'peoln.t t N*' 1ft ladlaj.; .,-
A CORNER location US ft. by

) i : ;t fi; its ft., a battain for ,450 il 22 n I 4 i ijr!: : and Teddy Allman Bishop, sports Jokes; Sara; Dolores Roth hunters (tS-1e D .0 H. IN) I,:,: ;i:;:"" IIa" I/

Theodore D""on'and Son Jo ?T TiiliillllllilllllllilllIlillflhllilllflilllliiii Bartlett art; Diana Leighton, COMMODITIES FURNISHED MOTIclI I. :jIt gay erUN. Thus '_ M. 0 E tt4: oo4:
: .
; L :;' IATLA COURT Realtor Phone SI It ti 2. fa %14 : : ( JnH A....... AI........ A._.. '
'f I (PAR NTS Lloyd Campbell! and Ford Carter, Birmingham Ala., Oct. II' ':'" hi. .11. b.ldon Ins Certllleal.o H.. .,.;j::.:. )epn.. ...

: FLORIDA lillilliillllillillllilililllliilllllllilllililFOR 32 JJ art assistants; C. H. Hardwick, Stone, clay and glass products II. I..... tho t&1o ... ... AUI'"', A. 0.buS AflnoIW5.dsh., '
4 : : ISTUART, Ji- 11; ,. ::::; h... (Sod.. "0 I. Re neftos ..odis -j ::: : -:
: 4; SJel Decorair Fully Equipped1I RENTiillillilllllllilllilliflhllllliillitlllllllllil' Rita Taube and Fred Meyers valued at 1,051,064 were the .. ....d. ..pll, n. foe a to. dm4 I.ho =:J :: ':
35 ,. f ". ... .., ... .... =' ; : j .
I I IIuuekeepin Apartments IJ4 ii lEJ'f circulation; Dewey Wells, exchange principal commodities furnishedfor 54A 110. SolA &lrloo. I In .Id .....

I ; '': 'I : Ow SUMMER RATES FOR RENT Fleor sanding machine 1'"" ... ... .b... editor, Elaine Ulmer, [ the Federal Government by t::: :.tI i; .i oetZ iaN oosrdo '", a..I. ;_., I .;d 4. ""UIIIII. .....
1'1 iI'' n. 11::::.. June Matousek and Sullivan '' "
I :1. ; ", I W T. PM.ET Mir and fdfer Reflnish Patsy Florida manufacturers and dealer 5.-will ."H.' ROUlN .n".f n
:1/ 1
:1:1,; I ,' W Telephlne 15Z Tour floors at reasonable rates. 1# 4S tI.... : :'i typists; Don Romanello, under the Public ContractsAct ''Le.tuLo'.1' -: S. Mn> Monrovia Au 5.pooofpod \, ims.JE P1uj, h
l faculty adviser; Peggy Butcher during August, It was announced a, l/D of Ooo J-ol W .1 00 ond.i '

i :' I OJ 'L j "11111 1111111111111 1011I1111111111111111111I Co Phone 101, S 'oart Hardware U EM10fr I4 ti. Th'l:1 .. and Arthur Henry senior reporters here by Joseph C. Nah, G.Pes.i'eC.., Lo' M. 0( Ita. ."./In",I'D.2.0.t, .k-I 0.,,,_ :. It, ;: '..1..('

I S FOR SALE 2 r J IU ; Sara Robert, Junior reporter regional director of the wage and II$!, Ria tI/e LEGAL OVER s i iiy"'

.1 h 1111111 FOR RENTI Whlrlinf type lawnmower So 1 ; Bambi Sincere, sophomore hour and public contracts divisions Tka assmsao of tk. mid proportT1tHleato

II by or day. See .511 reporter; Judy Arbogast U S. Department of Labor. nude* tko sold .bond WM la :: : :: ::: GIVEN tiel..
IS. Sf \. La 4tf0i .. ..
HopklMItl'teato .
hot Bl rho
\l1.' S : FOR ALE-I Jeep 1943 Model. : tko aaino ol j : ...104 ... .
freshman .
i : S Henry Stuart Hard. h--I-- f- PIU".t: reporter; 'Thomas De .......h... ."
; Nr Motor. 'hone 11-IL it McINTOSH APPOINTED .. kill .W *o.to ..! "
ware Co. Phoae 108 tf [(iO fill : Loach and Betty Morrison 8th tI.I. .Id Oat III sis. ( 5 ",
t I I I I ': Oct. Albert dsend. noro.di 1 > law. is. proponit 4 0 4 dh ulA"
S FOR ALE: J mber uheeting '- I- f- :t Z:...::::...... t grade reporters and Peter Barr, Tallahassee, drseibd' thm'oi .11I..o. add to Uio :" "' trr.o ='
1''f' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitLOST ". 7th grade reporter. i P. Mcintosh of Tallahassee has hloh.a, bI.ld.p tko court b.... door ,: :n :: = ,..
;:: ii'' \ $60 th 0 iand per thousand et 2x6, .loS Several 2xl2x12. & OUNDUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .. or L- ..L-: :. ...... The Itaff for the high school been! appointed Industrial' safety os NorobOi047 5i. fin' II Mar.hl.ilutia.Oeddnlofh5. I.. tko mouth. of : : :ho' :fpo e.oe, ';:',boAu, lAne' '

I I 111111111I111111I1'11COST annual which will appear next consultant for the' Florida Industrial -. .......b" I ..
.;: an fine for rebuilding Commission accordingto : :::: ( k' dar 'of. BrpupborrT ALIIO, On I ... bl.k iron
> ,
mal liver include John
Dog pointer, spring Harmony, .
doe bulkheads
Seen '
; "' I t tIl' Art ur a D' Debuts I and white. In Iclnity of Rio. SERVICES OFFEREDillllIllillilillllnllliilliliilli3liilliillllil BOARD NAMESPHYSICAL editor; June Matousek, associate announcement made today by (Clmilt Court t) ;i!: ::' :.:,..PaIilIepeOs. ; h
Bldgtf Carl B Smith chairman Of the ,
Ph Si. Finder please phone Erwin dltor; Janie Elklns and Donald POMEROY.' tI )0Oso h.
e II
Fulton 8126. 11 LAWN MOWERS shan*ned and Terry club editors; John L'Heu- commission. Ctp.k 1..1'; C rt *.pUo Co.Ip, '., : d :.h .:.,
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FOR ALE:| A new five room repaired Special tot Stuart EDREPLACEMENT reux and Mildred Allman, sport 'ftiQViST t'l.rld. M, GUNS DC. ::: uf/.II, .plt, II Sills.. I0s'A

Il' : bon low. 3,000) cash, balance FOUND: Sail' at the Inlet. See customers. Bring In before editors; Charles Titus, Sara MANY MADE sop. II. Oct.( and II. 1141. :; 01 snlnlos : :
:: :
mjw'r Tallahassee, Oct. 9 (ENS) nll :
I Seahorse Tackl Shop, Jensen '- D
Il'f"i 1 1I like ent.j Total price SB 000. 1 Rd. It noon and well I have It Roth and Charles Hall business An unprecedented flod of request LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT '. H.e5&rooorIehilasee ..

.' The olore |>ehon & Son, Dehon ready to take home; same day managers; Lloyd Campbell and oPoontropo.o54ohkh
I from Florida school teachers INTH1COUN1 JUDGES COURT OF I he filed b, Ot.Io 1
BldiJPhclie 81 tf Iliilililililiiillllliiiiiriiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii$ Collins Good H/usekeeptng/ S Robert Montgomery,. circulation for information on teacher MARTIN' CttSjY. OF loss. .1" :I flipo of lbs Cdl

; Shop 307 Orangqf Are, Fort managers; Rita Taube class will; CI, I Is C' Moell '. "
1'1 ; ., FOR S Li Five, burner oil I WANTED certificates and methods of IN II.GARP TI 5,0TATC OrOAMUPl. : SIC. .ho c .:...COO he 150 Sod

I'i' stoveoc, nplete with Pierce, Fla. Anne Plttman class prophecy; qualifying for higher,ratings and KOllt. oLAsoroIw. '. ':. "i,' ''c. :: : '.t;:
ovens Marcia
I.I ihitlilhIilhlliltIlllllhillllillllillhIllllll( Sept 11.25 Oct 2( (. Miss Sidney Morse was Elaine Ulmer, class history; Dolores .1... imso on PSNodia .stedo '
I $5.00 4c One, burner elee- I higher salaries has been reported ', Ho I $. 1141. 54' .'.o.
\ : EMPLOYED Painter wants room appointed girls physical educa- Bartlett art editor; Barbara State School Colin 00 FlIt ueOSt Sm I.e Floal 05..
by Supt. p.IS5.tI.
trio sv $1100, 525 South and board, 40 old, DONT W' IT until If s too late Stewart and Dewey Wells. .Meo. of A tory Adth1.teotae. ( .
: briI : tion teacher at Martin County IT MAT tONCERNlrk a. wtu.o,, n.i..
Fed. H. It See automobile TO ALL WHOMJ
Ji Write box XV, Huart News tfr photo editors; Wanda Clements NaSrol, So jirm tbnt I ia.sCisC Ik..d C. I 054005500 O.slsissoPub.
11 ; I I- Insuranri that WD need under School at the School Board'smeeting Jam Baldwin Iris "Pollock and EnglishWeek's jo 110.1 en an Aollls.7 Ad.s.ll.U'als "' '
fi{ r:; 5, FOR SAL$ Pre-war wicker baby i YOUNG MAN, Veteran' permanent the new tinannbl I responsibility 1 at the court house Tues of E.tat. of 54a0.lRIoeS .7: 1 i, 10 1 10, lOll
Elaine Timer and
I carriage [ heap, One Italian resident: iTheJdore ,' typists Legal'Instruments Gtns.foed I.. h.ooo a. a-.b..t ADVEIT15tME Ir-
wranls position Law Dehon Jit LEGA
II' day night. Owynne Sincore, senior editor.'
; Accordia large, 512 South Akituart Glmofoe4.doeml
1 ,' Box 1S1. J 9 It Eon Dehot df.. Phone II. l otlolti.pptpi.
1" Atisr
ron Ave. The appointment was made to' h. $ur. *M. B. ClonUto N ICE OF NTtNTI: In nsusu
!; if I | Judaoof oC arCs -M 5101, F TITIOUn NAME
1 Ocl.0,56, 3. I WANTED-FurnUned apartment replace Miss Patricia Jarvis who SYSTEM COMMENDED rbrloa, va tfc-Wrd Cut of Noroaiborond .".. 10 ..eeb, ..... 0,555 ..
; or small houst year round PAYROLL Bltpi National system secured to start the school The'American Gold Star Moth- A. U. 114*. for IsroYal, of on0 for .Sp.eds 'pts.re.l'losClS.
SAlE 1944 Klcar trailer 24ronditon was CNA1TCL MO5TCAGEy. aKuclllanrlor sd.slsioSra. bOSS. : Sf Ct-IOu. 5.54
FOR flosS dlH-kan. .oo
j resident Phone li after 7 for kiriing wag and year but whose resignation was ers of the World Wars Inc. In ei,. so P.S ahhe.ASSIGNMLNT of tA. a...* of lUmu.l Rokortaa h. will ,oe..e elk I'.. tACO/
I ft. ti, Enquire convention in Washington D C. OF MORTGAGE Bokort CUo : I. sod. I.. ...
p.m. i If hour, withhAjiing tax and social the tllaairord. al>o ij.i he CIrolI .un
I I i Stuart to Camp Geo or r received and accepted by gnu so G.umof umso kaohaueo'aiat.ls ford son5 SI. '10, A pASf
: ) security jpports, when yea board Tuesday Miss Morse is have Informed the Quartermaster 51t.d tbl.5il SW of BiptooikorOUGHTERSOM ssbtl.oI ,.0; ;t'1: ::7: 5,5.tI000uw
Dorothy Uer, 11400 WANTED: Your dept' wiring' jobor have 10 or J more employees. General of the Army of the CONTRACT A. U, 141 ... ....It,
from Binghamton! Y. hosezotlu 5leu 5.w LAoilOflnFlTIosd
P1-nd. c.ep.ntlo. Ii?
: t' I Appliance repairing Prompt See us toda&Ask for these at A second appointment by the passage of a resolution commending G. u.Irth, As AneIIl.y AioWtpnp of too Rots ;hfr ...ooOsp.s.oloIsoshaloe
service reasonable prices, the Stuart t i office. tf the system of Identification I. WARRANTY af lauol M."l Glai.ii.dIkObMrorv .1 ose .p5.plp.l. pl.o of 5nso
i 1 f FOR SALE I Easy washing ma Phone 117 day or night Christopher | board was William A. Stephenson Rera.eGidoos, .4 no 4. Lue.suo8na a-, m Rol.. o. .10 _no PUu tiodoIp, ChaOs NIlt
fhffles of World War U Dead., .... .. ,... ....j h_.
r p10 < rt>y bed 1 bed comi Electric (Shop Stuart, DO YOU havl noble with from York County, 8. C..: 0o5.O.0.lOood .A.Di41 ''h. .Ied hi
; you L W&I, Jr4 It 'OO 0 MurtuCo.ntp. COT I. t'lllU AI'/1)' wsKAht5 "
plete, 1 4o tji heater for house Fla hen not laykg: Then use who will teach In the Stuart Elementary !: ,LEGAL ADV RTisr.alINt '40oci

,t 1 J, C, Bjfkst), Jensen Beach Ifl Hess Fan -ni. Stuart Feed School MORE ABOUT Aadn-. Brri 0* U KmwM Syod tRNEn': A.
: It
.. Oct.20. WANTED: Man or Woman, presentable Store f 1 tf Only one of two petitions for C, Swemt rt g> to Wlllirt T, Br.d7 |
j' appearanee for door, I placing of names on the ballot NO COOPERATION COUNTY DEED Hoao. SJNOTIOK Pt.. isn LEG ADVEIIT15UIENT
FOR SAl. : lane, secondhand, li : : TRUSSES, elaslc stockings Mstip C.sot $. aulocan Doo.inpaoussc0IL1ITCLAIM ,-
'" ni ed like to door, work conjunctionwith knee paa. ankAts, etc, Stuart for the Nov; 4 election of trustees tft sod oY olvis that IN THE C STY JUDGE I coyoTeMAOTIIS
J ease cc new. Call NaUonal Horn! Improve DrugCofc. I for the board was accepted (Continued From fag/ One) % CHLSTIiR!! ; 0. II"( 10 is. ho p of OUNTY, I
tf ,
S. It slur A. thnd4 U HUM of Florid tko followlnr oondftltleoM .ts boa SI sold STATE is.osloA I Ilo
ment Service Safari and Commission The from L. I). McEl- '
petition -- ,
-- MORTGAGIOwicue f r Itaoroon. C-ed I. b l.os.d aupsed p 1:".'"
Splendid O SPENCER SEP70 TS for women but the second N. P..k 5, A-ho D. 5h.phoeEDoenht Tko .... Muos rood
} FOR SAL : Ifyatt Trailer good : portunity.Call Ml n's belts Lueila Dow fresh was passed, the district on Fourth Street. M. FoeS so 5,1.. 15. Oh-riseS ,.ar of f I........ t dso'tol. of tb.p000,5 1. ;. ANT ,N't; jaR. .1 "
condito slurps 4, bottle gas : 2496 Vero Beach or write ney, llll Orangl Are. Fort bid was rejected for further The Key Club of our school has LEGAL ADVEHTISFMENt ,. aod ,lie o 0 lu .0 tO wo, 755-OS

t I stove, er,1i440. See Charles Box 111. I- 10' If Pierce IThone 19M for consideration Barring any special -, been charged with the responsibility fllYIicCOUtIT'( JUDGEs fUiYVP mopoodaeuaafd. 51 leo C TO .CRF0005IAs L.tsc .110

Thomp... n i, Sunrise Products, J.. _- polntntint. 1 ap-U meetings, the board will meet of ,maintaining order MARTIN COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA 6n11l.,. H. I. Y oO I,. 1..,_irodi" II' 5...of....lb..... ... ...... oJ
Salerno : CMlpment again the day of the. trustee among the elementary school MATH.DA SlNQl.ll. ITO 0a.um JULY r. Jt "'"' ..d ,. ,..... .. /110 .., -
I II 'it for club house. Con DON T WAIT until As too late S d.s.sOoo. hthero.p5'sold _
of.okmoeou5.I M. 0 .
Oct20S election. children while crossing the street fIooerip'koIo' wi'1I.b .o'lp Las 55 0(14of ill 0.0Isdesof
..... .. tact Martin County.Golf and See Vutomobl sloe.,. ontlAs
i' -- i* today for | Ii'. POST ALY.t 0 PoIse II .1. (0501,. )55el.5iom.lS0000 .
i "".- Country Club I $ ", It Insor sues that iwed under and also ha* been given the dutyof 0 11.,10100, of '5 5 SdSseboeoooftat (8t..... mMEd5. "' $
CONCRETE contructloil TO HEAR .
: ; : KIWANIS placing the school limit signs 0 .1.... 'CII 1pM.. irs"th 1-

f p! (Flreproil ( tog m Vermin, WANTED: Good home: :. for lovable the Ity Aw*w. financial Theodore r4ponsibil-pehon t SURVEY WORKER, on the street. This method of APPLICATION Disco OR 01 FINAt MI; Vrint TJi. li g.E I. .does......of tki.do'..'". .. l.stlnsoolthe ...... ......iii.
Loakproof roof and ALL WHOM IT AT CONCERtO ..
kittens part Persian who safety practice Is not altogether 550.0 5. "blb. .o L (souSa.ispie d0MEIS1WOPI.
,. ,
Son Dehon 0.53 So 5.suh o tisi I ioa ... ..
I walls. IVill build for you at want t. be PLAYMATES. NOT I 1 Bldf, Phone T II Lt. A. B. Evan of the U S sufficient and I feel that we 01100 IIasl copo 5. Aa.lIloe A4.iIstssW .1-I. Nose.As .__,_, ...,. ._..1'I oI'lra'" _.d.n ,. .. ..

\ : cost, Sl>ck In hand Septic PlAYTHINGS fw the right tf Coast and Geodetic Survey will should make a stronger effortin of, ii. luto. .5 I..tiMould. of solO' pr' hl. Is lb. .10..1. 5' set. 0 hil 5ilO'hellIhos. ,'
5ope ii. Coo. ioIoN.
p 1 I tanks, viler jtonki, water flit : Good' be the guest speaker at the organizing our law sew tto..ooed SM I into so 511,1 Cwilr of MAHT1N.5Unl of 5'soosdo. .l4.l..sov45NSb0IbIs "
; -1-1 j parties. permanent safety ny of.......... AD""
: ere, bass, bencb ends TRIO p.o 1. ri, ,haeeu Rod 5bs I ... ., Shod ,I
homes VISITS CITY meeting of Klwanls k soIl I .m'tIfSmS.O ; ANTIIO"'
and propet MUSTBE weekly noon for the schooL J. (
t' care .., ,, .
arid -.55 ly 1 St's 'obis ASS K.cools. shall ... ,...._.. Ala> to !ta 155pls.OSC .....
hton .
stepping | steps conWennesheimer- GUARANTEED). AvsiUbleONLY at the Woman s Club tomorrow. "The United Commercial Travelers 5.4 ,f Surtin 00.0 ,, d.olh.d.. Uork m.tlllonaO Ad hP.IW'n. ..
,} Crete k. Bill Ackerman, wIdely known siI. s 'trd., 10 10 ... .. 1.C
wo u di .5 N i
t Evans, formerly of Stuart and civic 0 'etlosolo. .III It U tko hirho.aitsAee 005115.Atloroerfp .
to those who can qualify a organization In ,,o5.e, 41 5,, sp..t ,e ii.. T. T. OUGI
Port $ all Ituart Post Of- ; sports writer and his associate 50 th. otet 'ooO hoe on lk d.'n'"nletPob. '
: ei Allot stationed now in Veto Beach, na. acO e Cl.. .. ,
Contact Miss Dehon the City of Stuart lung offered Oioeh.e su AniI.Ioe floes Oodny .I. of NOVEMBER, ._ 001. I. '. ... ISA'"
flee Sept 25, Oct. 2, 0, U : Pat Add., is'., V Sb. ),Mat, nO iso ,... 1
I Phone 84 ;>! Sullivan Miami, spent Tuesday will talk on duties of the departMent financial assistance in obtainIng h-Shin us.. 4.11S.d 1047. whlek Os |lIMO tn of 0o.iow -
'1.' H FOR SALlennditoii 1i liEiWA through Thursday here' in and what U U tryingto necessary material to make lit, '0 o .1 VLMNKK thin 1041.1051soo IIX! Cop .0 ,, ADVERTISEIIENTTY '

,r. only 10.00 H. E. Mc.Cormick WANT TO BUTt ElectrU refrIgerator the Interests of Ackerman new accomplish! a good safety program organization 504 7, I SAiD k. macs. IN THI C JUDGE' cOO
4 or ( cu.'. ft. iipacity. I'lnu" toad Afeo moo OTIS tOUNTY rL5
itbR ,
Rio. Representatives of this or- Au AellIurO A .Ini. of ii. E.ti.of C. roocaoy.
'J Write Box < Palm Fla. "FIshing In Florida" guide Also L.-.Iu S 51ur, ii.. kusnun NO. 005IN
I Qty, HEARING IS PLANNED .5 Mo5i Goody,
J 'i SAL S electric motor ganisation have called on me andS Ltms 5 n., Cu7k55v3oois '111$ 0 CEO or Till r

l'1' \\1 $20. Sm II pa It sprayer 125 Sepi 25,Itet. 1, 0 here this week was Kurt Henley, Jacksonville, Oct. I-A public have asked their financial assistance v. 0005Tk,, 14. bf II 0 V P715(1, D. C. seTAT5 0) ,IIWAIID HAIL. .

i sport promotion for plan by the State Attursey C A. lore' Adnttstninr, pUb 1 0-lob,, sod 50. 1541.iAL PA15.5, 0-.1
hearing on a
754 In, able s>w $25. Metal IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlltllllllHlllMllliIFEMALE manager to organize a uniform P.1. Otobm 0, no. us.t.sce.i K CIIEOITOOSUor

.' } t 'IJr I ', luggage Itrmilerl J. A, Byrne, HELPWITEDlillliliilliiiiIiiUiuhthllihlilll1JlIlIIlillI Eastern Air Lines, who 1 II selectIng Improvement Commission for school safety patrol UTI5EId.NTPSOTICa V TtaI.MItNT :; '2 :, m

., 1 1t Rio, betf een Swart and Jensen $ )| | charter cr.ffor eligibility construction of hospitals in "In the very near future we NOTICE OF 'I go N I TO BKISTUIiPlorldo. RDWAI' HAi.LrAILInpAa's:
"i 1 1 It In the air firm* annual "FlyingFisherman' \ Florida will be held at the court will ask the City of Stuart to or is TION TO aECISTUUI Fl Tin NAME:, .

\ 1 I'! I"" biiiTi'Ai'Fire xtinguinher.. HELP WANTED. App: Zj experiencedwaitresses. Invpenon.I tournament. house here at 3:30 p, m. next help us with organizational work. )Otlm Sn iCTI hu, COos,. NAMII lbS lb. Sn.deOiuod .. )SMIm in u. e.b is rolsbonu 00. .th.e of ho. CIt op.iezi.ooo _. I ,::iEE:

I Wednesday We need advice and assistance snd. ,,4.ioo. of Chap.14p Me 1001), so o ,".It of '
$6.00. S Job Mann .
City ,
Rice Restaurant 5I4 5f South sos i I Slosida. A.ts of 1541, .lI Awe Ilk, Iko Ckrrk of .. .I
I r Fire Dr Pho 199, Federal Highway tf, from the Police Department and 154), utli tug'' ..,b thu SOon ., 150 Cirrol sass ... for Hartla 0 ISo 015 :, i c.ootp

C Oct.I,0, 2 i' '111I 1111 111I1 I 1111 III 11I1 III 1111I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIlhllllllllllllllllllllllnlliililiiili,iillllil 1 the Fire Department to jnake coast sloe dents?5.e c. ,.n. sod eolps. Cur.f 11.1.proof L.sot publlo_S ,.lu.s poe.50Sofpm..f. lartln_* .CouBr;.,*'*'** ,,."".tiki::: li*
of ii '
Iko fktl- Hn
15 4 I i.. OR SAL 154 a 4 isp. Lao. WANTED Posit, as ouoe. our school patrol' a 'workableUnit. so p. Intl.. oa5i.u. 'M 11,51.JaNsSsC / ::1 404 oaknaaBoioatk. fAR, *. '::L,
5 keeper Experenee ced. icr.: for ice-bo raiders May we call on yon for LYONS SI'EOIA I RESTAURA.NT IhillosSo naeas000I'
son airled gine.. Aloe tip I II NARIII'rnsA T
\ ; furnished this assistance ,, ,,h5.b I 'I _. A $tOVI( I STATIONu.d.e :: : :::
." lrrlgatlo pump ttlrner Mo.10eV. ill ep in seaso 10. bon houslil 1..aon .lo .kmlMaa E' :! li-"f.:
.. IfS ot' out. Box B, 'tuart New.. May I again state that in the I.inslop Jursos op am p.,' .. ,pSuro ofb.slaros, 514,5c pplo.hoI on of kuolom ,InItkwor .iC
so Cosnti FIrIM1 aIaat. 7 Os., P MoetlaCoatp tal. tko pB of ::
tf Alfar Chocolate past we have appreciated the el-/ Siss Si, m's, ,.5. tof Ie .1. boo.sou 'elC.; Shot >O"... latooMtHmrp ifflodaddir .' IS., :U .
SALE Twin kt-ds with inmattresses. Milk. !
11 FOR .
S S. Wntto .1, 5,.. of J.. .0 a, '
tort of Mr Mann and bsslnsm P. Lromof :
Chief ;
: :
0OOh, .. : r issedb'of55's5LS..
Her npr Hot HELP WANTED or ou soda 00 p Ia. iso III. nmntbw 0,4 Ii ,.rlm a, S., Staart, Plor. i::

I Point) editlon. le sto*. good cone fountain Sho boo good It's wise ting mother Baker they have and Mr.done Eurit for for our all school that poeuunu 001 I. ...Id.bite.. .. Ida m5.d, I hlboroaeo asiC b.Is, hoe poraona .Intor. Mlt.=. :: ::; ; "

I Flu US*. It Male or male. tuart a cooper WA .R UQUAIDT, III. HuN 'P. LYONSoei. ISO, HlU !
pay I that 0.14. 0. 11.55, I HALt j
am sure our relation with 10 .... ,

FOR SALE: f ne31'au.electrlc Drag Ce If who keep her refgr gerator regularly the city and its various department 1.104 Vt ISEMENT INL.tYONL: ",., ;::.:' krpoW.: i

I bottle cooler, need] minor re IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIncr lltliiliiill 1111111 stacker} wit Alfar Choc will always be on a very DaT iIl' 0f, ''I
1 pair A barMIn loAy at f 15.01 cooperative basis.' ; UaT OP ThE ::1-LEGAL ADVlflTISEMtNTNOSCl Wool FRI '5'lelllsn;
ES olate Milk PSINTIS SOD' t. I ill IN Attonm I .l:;
P 4 I cash Belli* beeafee n* use The representative ot the roe MAC TO, oaro'f OP APPLlIrTICE TWO FOR TAX ,- I 1l:Ood. I : IN'INThI

for same, tl P Pt-ette. Box IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIINOTICE Iiillilliilll 11111))' Stuart New who wrote the article "AaL. IN CHANC. 00. sets
That choeolslc blended USE uTaIN.S' ,
good deep f\frort\ ; with all thej ilooss. 51 Nu ins>
(IS or phon *31J-wA.Stuart, at : Pee| o of rIm IA for publication talked to S 0150ffRILYJO III HEHLUMS1R 5' GIVIN, ,;.., "juortt
the FIshnboL 1 It County to ki w we Isa not goodness of Alfar Milk. I*the elements of nourish me over the telephone regardingthis !: WRIIENoloag f. C i. rJ PANT, INC_ Ildw XTI5COVNt couji 1I
I ment and sealed flavor) that will p Coroontlon. <> of iso Cor* AND FOOP I
sold our eleej icai busln o to energy if, plus a. situation but he did not N, 'Ll I too Sos, I17S, If I nod SHI .to. FLOI .
FOR SALE 0* Fanthll Model any en*. Wi are otlU ing I please any palate Oh, vZy, it's the most delicious state that this convention NO 1 15. Ttk dai' of ...... A. D till I BBOAB .i BSTAT. j
1,00 A
Pie f f It Tractor In ezeefflent con electric coo ctlng an Ap.plianc. plunder you (ever saw for pilferers on the prowL I would be published in the paper. ms:10 S ;! : or TH 5TAT 'orTo .5.ear0.ppllc.U.0 Mm. ta fol| .. 555 oftko, dood and..kai.54Sod aa"iez WKOTK. ?*.r"*,0 J.ft I''

1 dition. New iston- -eve Job Rep i's. Phon itt UlOTOOIk 1 Mrllfleoto., .
01I oatorlood
The quotation that I ,... .
supposedly IW. I. Hobo l.hI 1... -o
with leas th ii is ii run.tUP' I. Chrlu herElectric Order bottles today! .... I tko foMowlu i proooKr I. .
day or n lever made 'were not verbatum and .H. P. 0 so lul. All Otri., 0 tmnty "f *H'Lota out, of flotlda. Ton i ,
One cut-aws Disc a small Sb Stuart F YOU Aol H zip HOTt ,0 th.I a A 0.s.d : ..
of the words In article .
some the .II I. dl h..n ,..01"''. ge,5t- d'5l5.IOI.s4.. C.nno.5 kIr. u.11 ONuroi

S Use bedder I thin I $500.00S of ill. tf were definitely l .word that I did unis Slots' ',JtAlo yoo t irn.ls ku '7"IJ: ',5 ;:.,15: Block i, CAB* t. [RACE I/D kII *- ;;, .5uMCSO.5Pt :..;. .:.
9. cash Selling accoo )IS. tko purl i illu 5 ama of "
HAVE 8EV TV.FIVE Ff OT not mention or word that I cmotr roo Ie tisum.,, I sri IA. NWV of KwII na ta tsi hcvs'ofIlsi .5mpthoi.o0
and urther ,
aess no so would not have -.5,4 so Plaint yosne.bneh'e .18.t ..t7. i*
mentioned under aoMloii t TTkO ,
M. P. ayette IIIs LOT NEA [BRIDGE ONJIN 'lmdsnftias. upour.ao :r:
I ,
sum. OOOWMOAt Lot I okM prap- : ,
circumstance ...
any regardIng Op A. sill of C .
DIAN RIV DRIVE IN N.SEN .10. .14, aus In 55. 5, of SolO. Donor. '
313 True list I -
s Cr phone the school relation with P15.41. saId oa,00ur 5.0.. usi, Th.u.mssaoplt', i.4.0.la.d II.k.'fiS'v.krifi.a.:: .,
the FiuhahoL it.p SEA WILL LElSE. e, A. D. 5057, Is bolSloo..sld ...... 'to to.dMcrlkod '
the of
WHAT IS OUR PROP SI.liON. City Stuart ili: lui i ODLRn0 551 an.osoft.Dnoer. Spoteso o.| .Into Vk.f
I l'
.p t0IIRISTMASC 41)5; 0 cc W E BOX XI f HE "You may always count on iu OOJuua-out-wmioIuTk.iudR..soawo.l,5 los sold' m,5l SmOb.I5 is Ps.do.od .0.1 MfU. ao
then now wit i year 0* 010.Stoort to do our utmost to bring the 0 arm.dMo ir 1M propoe'tY' ut ao coru .. ,... -
STUART IWSIt 0' thcMInklirknt .So saId Ie .... t or kla '
Newo tfie.. IfI Oct. 9, ii, 2 City of Stuart up to be a leader DoNs };! 0150:: :.tll. hICCup alon Ii irueC ...... dose IOCOOM oM 0 dIsc i 1
Iko lION Mood. UIso oi.cd
550 .ob
I S for iii 5* among Florida communIties It c..." '....... tltlo 7th A.., II DoW NoomnWr. H4Ti oof Is l Pri -S5.l
gailsi duo.. ,ruftcd wi r.'sibearing NOTICEr ieotifko Swe nb I IStasosgo. Is our aim in school to teach (ClrraH; 'ces4: Noooatlor I 4TDatod S B, rurr5jL4A. :' I
.1.1soqse 100"J) tkln ,lad I doe 0-04w 1101.clb Kaoknton d'O....
lIcensed and ..
vu es. $2.00I Ry democracy only through a '0111101' PO v,

I Get them at n r house any 7. 0 t side eall.. 4S6 Flamingo tylve BEACH, Phone 7175 whole hearted system ol workIng Ol rk ,f,ClKu GIJSSN: ,c.n.l.ivflsIs. p4. PI.rlds.ci.m.hi, CO.5 ,.otI. 'Ir.dr. T.1._T. oUOHTK' ,.. .. oN.-

I Edwin A Mr nlnger, Sr. 7 Shifter, a 1321.Oct. I EST PALM together can we make our .Meooi: 4(5-mIS (monO 5.lb ........11.. D0155, .. '..

Martin Road 8, 31, 30., I.riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitfiiiinniiuuuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiin tiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiirn'' way o< life function properly" 5055050....... -_I.. Out rlol.tll'0. a.. ...' 'Mi "lt, PlIhiSh QuI.t,9, li" ;: '.J.e. .A..i.1i'; II.T.rrlri .,

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Tigers Claw Okeechobee 13-0= Play in Fort Pierce Friday II

I GRID.NATIONAL) ..SCHEDULE.....LEAGUE. CANCER Dr Herbert CONTROL L. Bryan SETUP, presl-'I EAGLES GIVEN 3 ARE TIED. 0 0 Grid Vets to Play in Endicott Sunday I

dent of the ,
Florida Slat Board ,, '
...b......,,010..Th.*>t"t Bntra cfc,*...... ...... of Health,announced this week I EDGE FOR GAMETOMORROW FOR IRC LEADINDIAN ;
'Y.rbviW G.-kid too i iI Ba, ,. the formation of a division ol 27 MAKE TRIP Pool Tourney Survey of County's Game ,fU
D cancer control the
\nviln, at t.Ay.AMERICAN and appointment *' l I
tufimrI CONFERENCE pf Dr, James B. Halt as NITE IlInRcoNFEUNCE'et.: Bird Supply to 'Be MaidAnIntensive 'IUI :
director I 11It.l. ,l. 0 0 I."e ARE DUE THERETOMORROW Planned HereA
.I Twk .t Annhtfml :: ,8TUAST I" 1....
is Air.Ti.
.L.s 0t
.. --
...., M !>lxleniini, with a meeting Tuwv1/M ..I" .... survey to determine when a number of hunters and
d- 11.11.... ,.......... |pout/ of 4,750() iltgraen. it one ol Ferguson, Whittle NotchAgainst OMO.fol 0.1116 0 I I -.... citywide pool tournament In general the status of the dogs will set out to leave feed
,0r. .t Scores CatfishFriday .... AT 2
the most difficult metis to milt OII'n LAST RESULTS with a new 16-ot cue to be offered game bird situation In Martin In accessible spots In areas not I
-+- ----- .11.,1.....I.. 5.hDAY'a. s. as first prize will be held on County will be made this weekend accessible by land the feed will '
e s. la. TITltu It. decided at the meet. be In sacks from
Pierce High .., :::t' It was dropped paper
Now Under Personal Fort School'sEagles lllr 41: fD.'I..1 19. .101) the second floor of the city hall III
Supervision of STUART 11. uk.h"h., e. 2 Pre-Came Workouts log of the Rod and Oun Club at the two planes. / ,
EARL B. DUGAN, will rule. as slight STUART NtXT..t .miDAT..". r10m. AMEJMcllxurx Planned) Probable "within the! n-"xt two weeks."-' 1\\ the court house Monday night. Until the survey results are'' j \
Owner favorites for their, fourth eH.IM .t.cv+. Starters Given was announced Monday by Fire The survey will be Initiated by received" the club decided to holdup .

l gridiron tilt of the season \*.-....f....... t.-.t llraek II Chief John N. Munn cuuntywlde plan flights Saturday start of the season scheduled
ST. BAR when they entertain the I CNROUTE TO ENDICOTT N Entrance fee la $1. The table by Earl Rlixiu and Earl to open Nov 20 and If the bird ,
Three teams were tied today i Y Oct. 9-The Stuart veterans! Greene who will fly over the IUpI'lyll found to be too scanty I
Martin! County High School for first place In the Indian fool bull !team 23 strong, was has been re-covered and a hews area primarily to determine how too season either may be con- '
DINING Tigers on' Jaycee Field at 8 River Conference football race due to arrive In Washington at cue ball received for tho \tournament and where fred can be distributed siderably shortened or entirely
LU'f OF tomorrow night with each credited with a C win-i 8:50: tonight on Its way to Endl- play. P.ay will be rotation Feed has been furnished eliminated In this district, No 4,
/ MA3 Both team have played at a In its tint league clash, i cott, N Y., where Sunday the stylj' with each match to be the the club without charge by the Mann said District Commissioner -
Line of WINES .500 percentage so far S uart Tltusvllle opened Its IRC card vets will play that city East BideSocial best two games out of three be- State Game and Fresh" Water C. W. Corbelt'of Fort Pierce
I two weeks ago with a victory and and Athletic Club. 'the fore elimination Mann said he I Fkll Commission, President John Is expected to visit here next
LS has broken even In two starts I; last Friday Melbourne 'and Stuart tame Is scheduled for Enjole expected at least 25 entries N Mann said week when the club will meet
while Fort Pierce has split a also got started In confer Stadium at 3 p m. ---.<- The next step will be Sunday again Tuesday night. _
_ __
pair and tied In another clash ence play with winning decisions. The team left Stuart' at 1:51 arriving back In Stuart at 7:31: -- H :
However' the Bangles drubbed The Tigers downed Okeechobee yesterday! afternoon by way of a m. Wednesday, The routeIncludes. i
Okeechobee 31:0 while 'S uart' there while Melbourne drubbed Greyhound bus and arrival time going north Jacknonvlll -I "DINE and DANCE'SEYMOUR'S 1 l'
the Inexperienced Eau Gillie In In Endicott Is set for 2:40: p; m. *, Richmond I Washington:
clipped same outfit by only '
Anouncnglie Melbourne. Circuit members tomorrow. Coach Forrest K. Baltimore Philadelphia, Scranton -
two touchdowns I showed well In nonconferenceplay : Ferguson said he plans a light and Binghamton, the latter I
Running play from the T- as Cocoa snatched a win scrimmage late tomorrow after- of which Endicott' Is a suburb J.
formation for the first time, the, from :Tavarcs while Tltusvllle noon and a thorough workout Both cities are of an Industrial 1 !
Opeiing of the Tigers clawed Okeechobee 13-0 gained a deadlock with Scabreea Saturday at the stadium nature with Binghamton hating INNs
there last Friday night to register High School In Daytona B'ach Accompanying the tram are a population of approximately I
their first win of the fall Only three IRC members will\ Business Manager James R Mer- 80,000 and Endlcot 20,000. I 1 TASTY DELldbuS FOOD !
be In action this week end and A i :
schedule. The Stuart aggregation rlman Ferguson, trainer Frank Ferguson said his probable ,
St. Licie Restaurant scored In both of the first all In non-conference game I Boyle and E. A. Mennlngcr Jr, starters will Include Pete Robertson I Mixed Drinks Acer on Draft : :
two quarters to lead 13-0 at halftime Tltusvllle, Eau Oallle\ and Okee for publicity The vets will head at center Charles Runt 1 I t
and then proceeded to ward chobee have open da'es for home Monday at 11;10 a m. Griffin and John H. Ausburn at TEAR GENE b /THE SOLOVOX I

T day off the Catfish through a scoreless guards, Ralph W Hartman, Jr. i
second half. A LINE ON SPORTS and George Magos at tackles,I' S1EAKS anl SEAFOOD :
I A sustained 70-yard drive Ransom TIlton and Fred Rein sfcciALTY I I
netted Stuart Its first score after at ends, Paul Hardwick at I OUR

(tfliurs &y [October, 9th an Okeechobee an exchange fumble of punts recoveredby and Nearby Cities 'Take StepsTo Ed quarterback Howard, Warren at halfback Bhlpei and and I Jensen Bjach f SEYMOUR GIDEON J Ii

a Tiger on the Catfish 30. Charles Hall at fullback Others Owner
yard line A smash by Bill Ferguson Better Recreation SetupsBy making! the trip are Blount Gideon -
unde the lupervision ofTSIMAS off right guard for 8 yards Sill Smith, Walter Rein Jr., -_ -- :
brought the tally, but Herb Horace "Mule" Arnold, Bill Armor I'
Kraft placekIck for the extra ED MENMNGtll, JR. Jack and Donald Hartman
AND point went Bill Diamond I Jerry Leo KCULATINCf WATER HEATERS fl :
It still rather difficult to ;Jaw I
withering aerial attack s say too much on the Indian River Lazar, Tom Gomez and BOTTLED CAl SPACE HEATERS fIll+

marked a late Stuart march In Conference football race with.one loop member still untested In ren. I REPLACE IAS LOG HEATERS \ ,
t the second period with Charley circuit play and most of the others wl h only one Icatuti game on Financially Merriman report i: I
Titus on the heaving end and their records ed the team In good straits The For Yjur Fireplace ':, > ::1 1
Sam Whittle and Lamar Howard County Commission donated It
BREAKFASTLUNCHEON doing the receiving, .Titus covered However, what advance Indications we do have point to Mel- $200, the City Commission I.'OO.I' GIBSONELECTRIC ,'j /''
30 yards on throe plays to bournes veteran! outfit as the ,one to beat. The Bicvard County George Keith $100 and It has f I J Ii '

I I reach the Okeechobee 15. Then !team opened with a {route of the Orlando B squad and followed $176 in the bank These funds I' ,
DINNER plus the $3,000 guarantee to be + I
Herb Tucker cracked throughthe ,,, ;wr RANGES'I I 11 J
Friday '
forces last
CaUlah tin for 8 yards anda wltlya lopsided d"clMon: ever'Eau Oulllcs giecn received from the Endlcutt club, and I tti

Titus to Whittle toss for 10 ,An excellent chance for comparison will be afforded this are expected to be sufficient to 1 HOMI FREEZERS '
yards accounted for the TD week when Melbourne plays In Vero Beach Vro will play here cover all expenses. ,. i'i'HI
Tucker streaked through right Between 10,000 and 13.000 fans I
next week. from this huge Southern New ,
guard on a line play for the 13th I TATE -I
point, and a minute later ,the Tltusvllle! and Cocoa, both, undefeated In three and two starts York Industrial area are exp:ct- \
Enjoy YourFAVORITE ed to witness the clash In which GA RANGES
\ half ended. V respectively, also shape up as strong tams Tltusvtlle has won ,
the home club reported to be
DRINK Tiger never efforts constituted to score a thereafter genuine .- twice and tied once while Cocoa has won the, tied. Stuart with a considered slight favorites RADlOjand APPLIANCE REPAIRING i

loss and /a win In Its two outings rates about on par with these
4% threat but Okeechobe"with
ell From Our ,
Rollie Raulerson leading three, but doesn't play any of them until next month Titusville, GRID VETS TO PLAY

the way made Its best stab In Cocoa and Melbourne will close out Stuarts: 10-game card In that MIAMI TEAM TWICEThe UTTO I
the third stanza the
BARPrepared on order starting In. Tltusvllle Nov 14. Stuart Veteran football j
middle stripe Raulcrson plugged Okeechobee, loser of two straight league tills, and Inexprlenced team will play two garnet on a
6 yards and then broke away for RADIO d APPLIANCE CO
hum .and home bouts with the | |
:,'.MAY 35 on the evening best run to Eau Oallle, playing football this year for the first time I I.
Miami Naval Air Station, It was
since .1937, apparently don'entertain pennant holies
Of be downed on the Stuart 9, How announced Monday by Business I'I'j'
ever, four plays gained nothing e e e qUfTRICAL
Manager James R Merrt- IF IT'S WE HAVE IT ;
and Stuart took over on downs Three nearby communities have the right Idea on projects, manThe. ).
TommyTASTY on the I. much needed and hoped for here and from which we might Miami aggregation will hone 302

'The Tigers neted 14 first downsto do well to gel some suggestions. Establishment of an RO-acres play here Oct 19 and Stuart 202 Otceota Ave. % I Stuart. Fla. .
Okeechobee six, were pen- super recreational area to Include a nine-hole golf course, a will return the visit Oct. 26, Mer-
DELICfibUS SANDWICHES slls'd 105 yards to Okeechobee baseball field and other sporting facilities has been proposed riman said Ticket prices and Oplltite Fire Station
DTnciI 25 and completed six of 14 pass to the Lustis: City Council with favorable reactions. This soundsmuili game times will be announced t
attempts to two completions ID '
like the proposed recreational setup suggested here on later it
WHEN TRAY .INGSOUTH STOP nine attempt' by the hosts, -
A Thcrt' were no Interceptions. East 5th St on which little has "been said since the original
Ferguson "in his first start for flurry. after Its proposal weeks ago
TOM BAR Stuart excelled In the ground. In Belle Glade and Oelray Beach healthful planned recre-

gaining department with dashesof ation programs for the younger generation are getting considerable :
12 Miles Mouth ofuStuarl' 15 20 and 24 yards sparkingthe notice.. Comment In the Delray Beach News parallels I

F.4 Hihe.-L Hwy.: .. ... t. Md.itht, H.M. .... Tiger offensIve. The first the Stuart situation when It says, "A good recreation programthat
run carried to the Okeechobee 6
utilises sports as a bails for the programs will appeal to '1 I
IIi the first quarter from where
tie burst Into the end ton for the children.: Golf, tennis and swimming are the type of sports
the Initial, score Charles Bog- most easily available here and getting the youngsters to participate -
gess, Harris Wall and Bert Clemens In these sports Is commendable," I\
HT sparkled In the Tiger line The Belle Glade Herald reports, "The past year the youthof .
TO' I as did John Klnsaul and Tom Belle Glade bad no director of public recreation, and the

Walker for Okeechobee: Wall was city and children alike have suffered, but this year things
banished In the last quarter for ''will be different. If the new commissioners approve the old
THE unnecessary roughness.The eommlslson Idea In this matter Appropriation has been'provided -
Stuart band made Its first In the city budget for park ankeep and the hiring of 1
appearance of the fall led by an experienced play ground directorate Instruct! In supervised" Easy Boy
Wayne Wells and Patsy Sullivan
ICT Y AR recreation t
and will play again In Fort '
hours of afternoon evening In the
Pierce tomorrow night. Jack "With a few an or
Coleman' of Stuart was one of open, with games and athletics as an attraction, children build Don't forget that a cancelled
the game s four officials.\ ', up ,body, athletic and morale to lie companionable and know Y
each other better The youth ol the say must not be negleced, '
HELD N BIKER The population of Albania Is and play ground. aclvitieS Is one thing the appeals to them." check never los an rgu- !
'. ,
largely of two'ethnic stocks the "

Chegi In the north and tho TosU SHORT STUFF; TitusvllU won the Central Cast Coast League!

AND HISJpRCH In (the south, playoffs for the) Ar4t time la eight years but not until the decision. ment over the payment 6f an
had been prolonged to the seventh game wilt Cocoa Sept. 28 Originally I
Smokey Says:' an East Coast championship series between that league I

joy A Coitimulity Song .Rest With rout fA dvita-I'T watvn'r' to 'ttwesF winner and Stuart, winner of Its league,. was proposed, but the obligation t1
FIW: MIT of NIS"Joss'! CEC took too long to determine a winner Morrison Field, a
rNOW1 v14r eooAelAY: 1bUCANexraY
< You riends Ha Tat 4C.Ddr( Is, raoTnCToNI, member for twothirds of the South Florida Coast Glades League
L season no longer Is so called. Now Us Palm Beach International check on a r
Airport for publicity purposes : No less than four of the six i
A Victory ar IRC grid teams have new coaches of new assistant coaches this the friendly I
Tonight at season Coach George Swing of Fort Myers High School says 1.
football equipment eosta're.ult In 1U costing approximately $80
ADDEb ATf RACTIO to put player b* has on the field this year. A half-mile

TUbAY NITEl1TEX track tote used for various types of racing Is'under, construction .
EVERY' west of Eau Oallle sponsored by the American Legion post Of that CITIZENS BANK Of STUART

RUsJSELL, city . The Delray Beach JuniorChamber!! of Commerce will
five-month fishing tournament there starting Nov 30, 1 n
sponsor a Member. ) Th> Federal. Reserve System, and Federal qcposlt. insurance Corporation. ,
At the Piano r "'/ ',
CHRISTOPHER ACCEl'Ti Franc Apia, R was announcedthis '
ELECTRICAL POSITION week :'He and his family e. The Bank pf Personal Service1 .ar.v !
COOLING DRINKS will move to Annex: No. t of the .
Charles A. Christopher owner -
li protftlnit their growing timber apartments where he also will '
of the Christopher\ Electric Shop .
(ram wild fire,woodland owntn mover his shop and make hU
JACK" hers has accepted the position
by, tan build up a source of Incomtfol
Itch cMldrtn's future. of resident electrician of the Headquarters.

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!I',L I in? ft i CHURCHES .. ... .Include lhrijitufv Uy from Queens Village t I., since Aug ?8, 1947 In the positton live memoers also .pou. vice- the speaker, ''rwo ltdd.w
I % OF CHRIST SCIENTIST: 141. I "" .5,4MuYI.U* Indian River Driv& ,
t J
/ '; : ANN rttttf DlHtCArtK: AND DKAtH: j f"Ilomp/ .. ........ 4M?, 44. C1.rial.. stopped 1ft Ankotu last week for of' substitute railway postal\ President Charles Hall was Program member of the dub Were Y I
and Introduced.
"L 4 ''salt NI' 41."r /h lit* the: I*** n tin u\lkuok. "&,.... ,end ".silknh clerk! under appointment not chairman sent
,, 4115 S, ,.ILA itfc ..'Iibt:4, tAmuNhvu; "" A4) .4e 4hw. : J hy III.", a visit with his parents, Mr and ...
< I 1"r '""71w,;;,u.Id it' d. d.p. ;, .I4''h'' : It' IAk.' a.44v 14' .I./ roknw.\n.dd. .depth Mrs. t: D Askin They were limited to one year -or less may
fluldmJ v. t n m. Brothers Start
Two Conant
'I 4J'.01 J' Ik th. God .4.s1.sAu.4. untoItMill I ." ., ...1 .. l.1t.. 74,11.\d"" 4.Y., th.. en route to.Miami where. AsklaIs apply (or the examination in
I "? .' \ '" :;:4 "wn:II'rlm..Ad4 I..rd,;:: 5,4,....",the i.oM, hum 4hy::d .mu,1,ul t.j: 1."s...,tW IM...ms N,. JfM .rMC *. establishing business: order to be considered for a compel FOR EXPERT
II .',,' AtfriMiH Service
.. ,, Small Home Project !tlve
,. ,. ,
I I. '$'* 4 ( sown' 4Ib.' kl'IINIIlseVn' 1w wll M.w :
4 ::1 'hh Ui' :; , .... .. Worthington were
[, i t:* V,Wr Ihtnli iwrt *; men I .j lan, 1.n N 1011I./ 44' ''h'' tare Josepb To (jnallfy applicants must!
,, ,,,,, .. .
{ .f .f\1\ \ ,I. y lti, Jg pr II,t """Nr j I:i hen bo" '45.4 .1M .11 w"'h of the senior Askins.
; Its ,,. ,, .,. ... By MRSIVA ROAT guests
..., ...... .. be able
.In I. d. "" 1>0'' 1 I' ''drll'' """ do "" 0' Ih. .11. a written test.and
i Id 'INnrkrLn7i. ,, __ ,inu,, or Ih"" 41"... "/11't.111444.4f j ;. JENSEN: Mr,.and Mr*. Joseph Svec after pass
I .1. ,- Charles and Lee Conant I T0 ADVERTISE TOWN spending the summer. In their to meet certain physical requirements Mac 'ne Shop Work
''. I' :- Today ,comet a package of former! home city, Chicago, arrived There are no age limits
brothers In the business
"'- produo
: 1 I, 'I'W!'' w AND MOTHERS Off CHIhXINO MIX matches from Atlanta advertlt- In Ederl Sunday: While In ,Applications are due In !the
In Chicago, and winter residents. Ing Tlltoni Sundries On It U Chicago they were guests! of Washington office
i' {4 ;'' ':"Y 4 MO HOLISM ot Eden, have started a small I printed "The Home of Fine Fishing Bvc mo,her. not commissions later. than Oct. 23 Further CALL STUART/33

+ 11'1" MN. oily nt 4 with Oiw I'M* .1 H..ra.IlrrgN house rental proJect.: Twp !housesof The Ideal Vacation Spot. Mr. and Mrs D Flnnoy* who Information may be obtained

//.If; 'f f : ';, WHITI wr4n CROSS/OSPITAV n M swat.. the project are now under : Not only do the Tilt/on adv r- recently' I purchased property from Mr. Garlrude MlnnehaM

r"" 1 f2ro C. A,,... St. PM.nbarg, FM.c' and more will\ came Into being tine In thIS. their county paper from,Mr*. E R. Enwy directly at the Stuart post Office
way I .
', ;\ i \but: :hey take this means of get north of the Old Captain", Miller Stuarl
> later Higb and Worthamare d\ ting their town known to the i MarineioerviceIncorporatd
,. : '' \ holdings I haye started enrllonot KEY CLUB HOLDS
,14 the contractor outside world. Consequently; vacation a small coT ago where they INITIAL MEETING
t c' I' ;I Ir I It. Euch house will consist of !living .J seekers gala .k fuller will live until they! can build a -

,t. ; '" j IJIIi '1, I It room, bedroom) kitchenette'! richer Understanding and a new more desirable residence Mr and Four members of (he sponsorIng -
,t ., ; (I" '1, viewpoint of this fastgrowingtown Mrs. Finney are at present livingIn Invited\
Club wars
: Kiwanis
I' and bath- It Is the plan ot the
:r\\ t / of !the,, Royal Ponrlaha i
( ( ) I Z. one to the first meeting of the!! Key
owners to make those! homes as -
\ cottages In Jensen Beech Club of r Martin County High .4..
I I attractive as possible both Inside School at the schools' agricultural <
r. I On the return trip from NorthCarolina !
d I and out and to landscapeand RAILWAY"OSl'AL: building last Thursdaynoon.
: where they had taken
I beautify the grounds to give their daughter Dorothy, for entrance CLERK JOBS OPEN The quartet Included
'. j ..... Klwanls President Lon Tyson, VENHTIAN/BLINDS
I'' \ 't11"{ ,t Q. Wh It tho inn talked about subject In the renter personal satisfactionIn In private school, Mr. and I eaaminatlonIhas- been Keith, U C. Klckliter and
announced George
: his outside surrounding An
.U MM, T M. Deal of Ankona visit
iil Wc14t Palm such Today? BUY FROM THf
: Since' returning to Eden Ihe Deals Mr and by the Civil Service E. A. MennInger, Jr. MANUFACTURER
ed Mrs parents
,i :; 1 ( : Conants also have turned their Alr.i. E S. Poole In Orlando Commission to fill substitute Twenty-three boys, six of. ON COIfVENIENT WJDCETJTERMSOut .
, : f:;' ,I A. PARKING I t! attention to their own quarters' where they wen held up by Mr. railway postal clerk' : positions In tlrm old members and IT prospective the Our Iff Qiulltr CUSTOM i Snn4 Quit:;
tt : ; ill\ States except New York and members attended TRASOVENETIAN Tori
', II This house lias two apartments! Deals suffering an appendectomy POGCI
::1 ," ,{( ,h" ; t ,: I 11 Q. WhlI:3 cn he do 'libouti il!? In which they live but a ,third They returned here lastweek In Alaska and Puerto Rico. Com luncheon session af which Principal Arthur BLINDS YOUR wo DOW VENETIAN BCINfl

j j l" :1' 'r+,'t ","''t :. oil A. Let IXt) BRA It. Are. and First St, has floor been which added will be one ready for second occupancy The Pools are formerresidents petition restricted In to this persons examination entitled to Is Erwin"Henry Johnwlck presided,talked briefly CALL 25 I

. !: ', .11: .r,;"IW \\1" : !tc the ciirkmr" 'rsC the shopping district In : shortly. of the Ankona.sick list Mrs Pool veteran preference HoweVef on the fundamentals of the -., LET ONfflor OCR REPRESENTATIVES {Li I
Is also having
- ; 1 4.. .k4.I,,, I,' "'''Nt. 1'111! Pesch take care of your entered the hospital for a check !Under Executive Order 0889 non. organization !and /asocial of the MEASURE YOtM WINDOW AND TELL tou JUJT

.f' .. ...1.i I'i,' ': j j ,uhlenle. ORRIE S. ROGIRS; ; 1IFADS up where she Is now confined I Veterans rVlng'conUnuou l _visIting___Klwanlans_ ___._ _and prospooI= I HOW EAST IT llfTO OWff QUALITY TRASO BLINDS!
I .' \\l t I/i SEAL DRIVE
.j : '
'" .. ';. ."t"t"I'i Q. Ho\\ \\e According to the announce- Mrs. "Bud" Griffith! comparatively SEE HOW STATEliAnyToom :

,I'. 1' '.. j nJ, ( ,i+ iPI II}! A. An\ of c followinfr RI'r\'i.'ell entitles ment of he St. Lurle County 1 a newcomer Florida-lied In Walton and Invite Your Friends To 'reserve ittalninnn.Xtralnrdrlchnrss .
'' II Health and Tuberculosis Association has become
i f I, to B III L PAUMVr RI'An: ALL '
I,' j f t rn ,
t'" '/ Ii' oine Orrle 8 Rogers will head hing-Ued Last Wednesdayshe 'JourTRASO' : dlgpg
li If" Ii] J Y if in Uki' : fill up with ftai ( with Mrs Charles MoeWe '
i the 1947 Christmas seal drive. immediately Custo'nj.
t Sailsport estatorant our
j 'h; I" 4Wfl i'JolJ. ml chanirf or of this town..took a picnic lunch tm hl
The mad ata j
.' l "I ti n job or a wax job 1'1,' board appointment meeting Friday was afternoon I and spent the day flailing the ed Venetian Blinds ai*t
"' .I'. 'j II Hugh Tuttle was named l i Savannah.Black bass bream and Just South of Frazier C ek it dge on U. S. 1 stalled The d' orati\4\ i.
J I chairman Of the sale -ommlttee! catfish were so plentiful the1htated. Sects, not to mrnUoiJji
,; L BRANCH : Others on his committee are I the cork hardly hit the FO added cr/mfoii; nndjjit.
l I, water before there was a strike.
I: ; : Mrs C. E Swank, Mn C. C
We.t al Bt-aihOllvr Ave and lint st. Lally and Mrs Q. Nerland. Mrs Moehle. having lived here CODKED MEAL vary are (out I p .
: II IIjl HOME model
i \ \ i' I The drive will start on for years; said she never realized A REAL portion to thE kstallatlon -
jl .I \ \ : ilL- LAIR PRODUCTS I Thanksgiving and will be con the Savannah could boast >r coiit Mal *
tI, l I ': of such a catch as they got and '" .,
\ ), : h tinued until Christmas with times TRY OUR DELICIOOS STEAKS show youWFACTURING
she hat fished her
1 ----- proceeds to. be used: to combat many
Ii I ,.:, tuberculosis Tuttle will attend before. Black boss wad the OR CC
!II ; j piece-de-resistance for two evening b1Ml\ S .1 Oruio A.. .
rar J; ; a course of Ins ructions to beheld 4 J .. "
SEA FO DS \ U. II.A..1. r.Hitat
dinner, :Jie families din
( tJd'l' f I at the University of FloyidaOct. I FORT RCE, FLORIDA I
alternately at both homes
- \ ., ., ; I 8-9. -- BENJAMIN GOD ARD; PHONE 225 / P. 0 BOX tell I
-- ----
r lit, I TO n.I.RAY'BEAC11 stets. ?wr, ,
: I : : j1 j1I 'The-Sawyer Lennards, he the .. _-

\ son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Len-
I nard of Walton, who spent the!
; i I', ''i: ; week end here. are moving from

r r, } : :';f.4r Tltusville has been to Delray transferred Beach by whereh the MINIMIZE HEALTH N YdRDS Y: Prepare N V for ,

.Ii Burnup-Sims Engineering Company '
I r >' I Returning to Tltusville p'

,' they were accompanied by Len- .cmiy DJ s AHEADI! .
:1 ti I ICu .
I ,:: i "gi I nards parents who assisted 1'k
\P f1'C (hem rn moving operations at' ,
: ',. ,
// :I I storage! of their effects! as !there S '

ItllwFl '' I wore no available housea or 4 '' ," .: Will[ your home be warm arigeom ruble, reaily for (he tint
I .4'l
,f"4 4 5 ', I, 'SS"1I 11.054111 /apartments In Delray Beach. In 4 ..
:; I @ s I. I I"" rule r I Delray Beach they will reside InI" cold snap fm ,
O ranteed etch ho'.*'. j
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.,., "I :\ t.i I '.. C 'Repairegwe I" \ :MCCARTYS ARK 4 MAXIMUM miTHKOHvijltNa, MD COMMT
0 shin- beads and I
.' : ''ii 30] DINNER HOSTS .
I, I \ we air all finds ofneckla The Dan McCarty home on I 1 ,' you must have. fc 1111 eau Boor eaR the Drive was the scene Satur.
f ;, \. day of a family dinner honoring Yom' do the Job Surveys pros&nodern& el oil healing pyntems

ix( I eons Prices.STU Mr and Mrs. Chester C Fosgat
!t, III I 5 5I 5r Mp Ep of Orlando who were here over 5 give best reanit.ln FlorM. Post mfi modeh are efficient,
EL SHOP the week end visiting their son-
sI : Ou hter. d' in-law and daughter, Mr and attractive, easy to!. Imtall dl 1 operst They provide
r \ nHl 11E1.IUIfEIM '1'r' //2Q Sluar Fla.I Building. Mrs.Pierce.John Others McCarty Invl.ed: for of the Fort ocCBJiIon l w able) controlled', clean, fideleas hea3| | tolid l, tonlinuoiu,

I d. 1', i!" ',!\' 5' were Mr. and Mrs. Brian effortless comfort '. .
s ( .5 McCarty and Mrs. Lardner New.
!:t..'L ell and daughter, Frances. I

I : '. j From private let class. George ,_ .1 AT MINIMUM{ COS& Price* jl arinio'derile, opentuig

,; KorpI has been promoted to cor expenses amazingly low Jfhere U a r*, Improved pout war
I parch Wearing his new Insignia

t ti I In !the Army Air Forces he flew t model for every.home id purse W>or, closet, firrplsee
down from Eglln Field, 111. for
L V ," I i i t'''I:I. __________ I II a week-end visit with his par and console styles.' ]No- before th ]first chilly westbrrealchei

I en a. Mr. and Mrs H. A KorpIIn t .I I
f Walton. GOrge was graduated you unprepared M InvestigateMODERN,
:A 1 I I.J from Fort Pierce High "
..J I School but had to wait a year
< t r before he was old enough to
p I i iI ; I serve In !the air forces.
1 J 7 E. R. f.\ EY PLANS

I Ik Irl.a wd pas I, fqs Got New F. R. Ensey has returned from ,

I ; I Ie I .n 1r/4 Tropic on Merrlts Island where ,
rule Life!
h" Is supervising clearing of a
i + OM.r .rue' Mw
I j jI' rI pot Ion of his holdings to plant
pe kr plM give your worn,
avocado and En- Ft
: I I 40 mango groves
RADE $14 I
fatiy tires a 'second
15 \ ; N Hey stated he was adding theseto
wind that 11 make
,\ 1 Terms A. L'I Asi 'em his grove and farming I Inter.eats
i i $1.25AW k plus tax ride o brand-new 1 Bring because. along with citrus I
Jn r old tread-bares fruits, they are healthy and
I':' I ,1 'I, ;' 11 600x16i todl (We'11 renew 'em in there Is a steadily Increasing I

.1'' .f,', a jl market for them.

/k ,' ,.,?}, New Tirvi i Deserve .New Tube onable Prices Instead of going back and { WARM! Al: fLOOR lEVEL.'TOO;

I forth dally to Fort Pierce where WJyl DUN6UfNDOORJ/ '

: .1; ; YfW k1111111.1 111111I III II 11I11 II IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I II II II I I II r art Recap she Is a teacher In the schools, s saAr
Miss Katherine Ensey has taken

1'1' '' ILEY MOTOR CO.: | Service quarters with her cousins. Mr. **
1' and Mrs Francis W Richards .
's \
,, Service Station
r ,l I 4 I. l'l'r." : :{ .' N. federal Highway Stuart, Florida c t .I F HIGHWAY Stufrt U. S., I F1.,. In week Fort ends Pierce In' Walton.but will spend 1

I r" 1 m1l1ll1ll1lU1I1I1I1I1II1I1I1I1I1I -1IlIIlIlIlIlIIlIlIIlIIlIIllIIlIIlIlIIlIlIlIrnllilllfr! Pierce Mrs Farms R. W. Is the Lennard house, guest Fort
of Mr. and Mrs. W H. LennardIn

Walton: ,
v Mrs Marguerite Gorman of

1.l iI' ) l l'f. :f New York left after a six-week

visit with Mrs. V. C, Roat for her
; home Wednesday. '
On account of s fracturedarm ,. 'fl.
'1B Hard Red Carro ve that refuses to knit, word .
comes from Mr. and Mrs Em.
est KorpI of Seattle Wash. that DAY//
Stt MUR DIt4 (R'
"? dd; I, For Expert Advice Consjpt they must postpone a contemplated
visit to his parents" Mr 4
I I'' D. F. ,, KEITH and Mrs. H A. KorpI, in Walton Let him&w you the right'model for your bowel

KorpI Is. In the Navy,was at !the l
; tn>
sinking of the Wasp and has not Write FloiMa Power A Light Cempeay or 1
I '//l FORT PIERCE FLORIDA seen his family since 1(42 when FI llBl l r }
he recuperated here weGlTtDIP( : Y err.ff e i'.r.roe. booklet with fact a bset t

; ; EAST COAST WATER CONJ&ITIONfNG& CO. pilot John ot New Sahlberg York, ,river will Join harbor his rnil! 'Florida' hornet, descriptions of new oil, hasdn6'

family at their winter home In Noaf
530 SOUTH 4th ST. t 84 or 832txWli.W Walton next week for a weeks t our free wmwhstlon
vacation. K
James D AsUn, Jr, and fam- 0" ..
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TIll: STUART NEWS, STUnt' Marna. .uq, YLO1tIDd. ,, TRVBSDAT, OCT. 9, 19. !AGM''


NEWSd-- the WEEK IN STUART lf "iJ&e..f..b.perlD.'l'each..Ii.* before. nwm *. Wednesday, ..w p pWffle !H
la'CIAL Happenings of -II
Hem Telephone 35-W Office 1 Phes 4 W. aln 1
MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society. E4lt*
...._ ,

| Mr and Mrs Charles Slocum l MRS. StDOFF TO DIRECT CHARLES TITUS HEADS Mr. and Mn C. J. Hand and Gerald and Paul Thomas, Ir. Ed Hale, who operated a roof- I H

ent two days in Miami thlik I PRESBYTERIAN''Ten members CHOIR Jeanne GelcheL ll/ Carter Weds HIGH SCHOOL CO-OPS daughter left Tuesday for their \left Saturday for Chicago- \ to resume -:' Ing business ,her during thf t '!i

of the Presbyterian home in Toledo after spending studies at the Illinois returned to Stu} ;
4' boom ,has
Church met Charles Titus, high school senior = years II
Monday night Army Pilot at Tampa Sept. 27 a month vacation at Royal School of Optometry:They spent
I at the home of Mr.and Mrs Fred was elected head of the Stu- In'"enaen.. art to make his home and is associated 1J
Poinciana Cottages a 10-day mid-semester\ vacation J
Hall to discuss the dent Co-Operative Government in the roofing business i
organizationof with their Riverside
parents on
They were guests of Mrs William -
LYIR-111I"" lIlt 1 : an adult choir, necessitated Jeanne Getchell Carter, a MRS. CARTWRIGHT IS of Martin High School for the Chisholm, lifelong friend, Dr. St.'Lucie Estates with his brother, Frank, .Hal*. ,
member of the Stuart school! TO
by the members of ,the young 1947-48 school year at the an- and daughter, Miss Betty Chls i..
people choir leaving for college fapulty for the past two yean, Mrs M. R. Cartwrlghf entertained nual election by the student body holm. They also inspected the ''n
TODAY ONLY, became the bride of U Walter St. Mary Chapter of the last week. Barbara Stewart, new Camp Murphy building MW. Sell the Best"I- "-i"W.. Service the rUt"

TOURS! OCT. 9th Mrs Richard Sudoff of Palm It. Spindler. Jr. at 0 p. m. Sept. Woman Auxiliary of the Episcopal senior, was named vicepresident which they had moved to their
Church at her lots In palm City this summer.
27 at an Impressive wedding Monday ; Norma Orlner sophomore
City was elected director Mrs. \
ceremony conducted by Chaplain home at the opening meeting treasurer, and Janice Arbogast -1-
I Double Feature Program Erwin F Johnwlck, pianist The of the fall season. Alter a business !- secretary The Stuart organization Chisholm's Cafeteria entertained
group bird to meet again next 1. L. Spears at' MacDUI Field session< the pastor,.Dr. R. la represented In the South 38 Tauck Tour guests Radios & Radio P graphs +
Wednesday night at.7,30 at the Chapel! Tampa. She wu given M. Fenton, gave a talk on"Wor Florida Student Union by Miss from New York City at noon today -
Hall home. All singers are Invited In marriage by her ion, Doyle, ship." A social hour with refreshments Arbogast who la also secretary with the company owner
and was attended by her slater, followed of the union. personally conducting his patrons BARTLETT BROS.
to attend and join the new Miss Anne. Oetchell, of Fort, Others attending were Mrs. R. Representatives elected by the for the first Florida trip.
choral group.FELLOWSHIP. Pierce A. Tunlcy, Mn John Hilton, grades to serve on the council e _
\ For her wedding gown she Miss Matilda Fenton, Mrs. Stan- Include Rita Taube for the sen- Dr. H. W. Blackburn of Miami 317 OsccorV Avc. Phone tO"TherA
OI : CLASS chose a floor-length, blue moire ley Kilchlng:, Mrs R. H. Knapp, ior class!: George Rich, Jr., Juniors was the Sunday guest of the Rev.
e OFFICERS: ELECTED -with matching veil-and car Mis P. M.. Colville, and Mrs ; Norma Orlner, sophomores; and Mrs,.W. O. Aldridge at the
Josephine Tucker .fleeted Horace Atwood. Methodist parsonage. He con-
was ried a proyer book with a white Bobby Lukens and Adair Hahan,
president of the Youth Fellow. orchid. Her sister wore yellow After a summer recess the freshmen; Thelma Bishop and ducted the Sunday night\ church
ship ,Class of tM Methodist net and carried a fan-shaped chapter will return to the winter Bob Bishop, 8th grade, and service and a quarterly conference -
Church at a meeting Oct I at' bouquet of orchids. schedule of meeting the firs* P-ter Barr and Florence Meg- of the church afterwards : I.
the home of Henry Kindred: A Monday of each month at the gett, 7th grade This was his quarterly visit as Goes? Another
Other officers chosen are Lur-: The bridegroom, who recently I parish hOUse. director of the Miami district ii''j'
returned from _
Une -1-
Greene vice-president; Jerry t
Ann Smith, secretary Wayne' Ing a special mission to Alaska- P-TA COUNTY COUNCIL JESSE QUIGLEY NAMED Mr. and Mrs: Allan Matthews I' I
was attended by U William W. MEETS MONDAY NIGHT JUNIOR PRESIDENTJesse Greyboum Bus! ,
WLl Wells, treasurer, and Marjorie have returned from a two-mont ) ,!
HUNTZ 4A Tucker and Jean Dare, publicity. Flanagan as best man. Lt.Spind- vacation In Portland, Me.. their i '
"Our will\ be the
Opportunity" Quigley will lead the activities -
ler Is native of St. and '
a Louis
7 I Others former home, where they visited'
; attending the session theme of the quarterly meetingof of the Junior class of '

were Everts Carol Jean Mann and Bert Dot Clements and Ma at Army attended St. Air Louis WashlngtonlJnlverslty Forces until in he 1942.Joined the He Parent-Teachers the county council Association of the at Martin president County for the High 1947-48 School school as had brothers not- seen and sisters for I several whom years they That Rel Ucal Service!" ;! I''

D Jacqueline Tucker Movre and Herbert served a year in the Southwest 8 p. jn Monday at the Hobe term with Herbert B. Kraft Jr, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Trimmerof "
4 4r Pacific with the 5th Air Force Sound School All unit presidents as vice president; Emily Mor- Chevy Chase, Md., arrived I
He was stationed at Morison are requested to give an rison, secretary Molly Rlcou, Sunday for another season at
outline of the proposed work for treasurer Sara Roberts, reporter !
Field at :
West Palm Beach when their winter home, 1D2 Crescent !
1+ Madam Rose he met his future wife three the year In a forum discussion and Janice Arbogast and hi'
years ago He la now attachedto of helpful projects and com- George Rich Jr, as student 1 '
the 7th Geodetic Control munity cooperation for the benefit council representatives.Joan J I I"J
Palmist Squadron at Tampa. of schools Combs Is assistant editor -
tr Mrs. Spindler la a daughter ol The Rev. Alexander Linn will of the school! paper, the I1 SwVE : I
Dr, and Mrs. Charles E. Oetchellof lead the devotional service John Manlon Is faculty sponsor Vice ,.i I
1 A Past, Fort Pierce where she was Gray, county head of visual edu- Southwlnd, and Miss Marlon '
.y P sent graduated from high school She cation, will bow! a health film President Kraft has rejoined his,
and later attended Florida State University and Miss Ftfra Stanley, school hometown class after several
> 2498 11
FutureAdvises and did nurse will report on the school yean at Boles School In Jacksonville =
at West Palm postgraduatework Beach DurIng health program of the county. and in addition to his BEACH, ORIDA 26 DepzJtuils Daily from ?
her two years sojourn at the MM Durant Fulton will present class activities Is a new member All Kind 11r
Atlantic Court Apartment here a musical program. All P-TA on the Tiger football squad.
On Love, she made many friends and members and friends and sponsors '-: Cera ice Mosatf Marble, SfUkRT l
ru & Sal., Oct 10 All Mari lase Divorce served as librarian at Martin of the association are In- SERMON TOPIC GIVEN Q\rry, Asohait and r
m m. \ Business nd Health County Library during the sum- vited. Dr. Charles A.Carrlel will\ talk Rub/er fVt'f! top-netch bisjwsr tnVportatlon, servtc for +
2BIG HITS_ 2'' ro>r months this year GIRLS 4-H CLUB on Putting on the Whole ArmorofGod" Plast\ an /Aluminum jvn city...the I Lin your comfunitr really de.er.eve )
$5 R ''ADING Following the wedding the BEGUN AT CHURCH7th at the 11 a. m. Presbyterian a Tile Greyhound's numeral,, well nnM schedules,with low :

HIT NO 1WB FO $100United bridal party was honored at a Woman's Church Club Sunday.Mr. service. at the Tile for y/nd I installed ipoit ,(sre* I Is unequalfid by any olrr form of tramp ,,1,1'I'
supper at the Officers' Club by grade up was organized Floor\ ding had Count CJrjbound best la service, ,
Time members of the! lieutenants Saturday morning: In the Baptist FWthing Istjon on forfbe ,'
and Mrs. Robert D. Martin
crew After a wedding trip Lt Church ann"x I RugKleartmiSPARBRlaPRCtpUCTS '
EDGeS Located/in the Pullman I and Mrs.Splndler will live at 607 Officers elected were Jean of Salem Va., arrived last week CHISHOIIM'Sj ,:
Trail r at the Jinx I East Virginia Ave., TampaMrs Clements president: Jackie I for their seventh winter In Stuart -I & E IC j 91BoA ,
They have leased the Fred Phone
2tIles, North On Saunderson, vice-president; Jo- "
Fe -ral HighwayS I May Douglas returned line Klrkllter, secretary-t!'!..- Hall I cottage at 531 Osceola Ave. Our only lepreVnUfcveMart 0 in
Saturday to her Salerno home for the } '
art, Florida urer and Isabel Mathers, song season. I L 46- -
CouVf !is>
i.rtlll r w after spending the summer at leader. e
Bear Mountain\ Y : Mrs P. M. Colville returned
'__ n Plans were madeby the club GEO EKE GREYHOUNDAnnouncement i'j i'ji
last week for another winter at I
to meet from }10 to
a. m. noon on
FUN Martin Cfunty CI \ rJ
IE' the first Saturday In each month the France Apt after spendingthe i
DO OUR OWN and demonstrations to be doneIn summer In the North
the horn decided
ONEEKEND. s were upon. i ,
Luncheon was served at the end
of the meeting.
A C TALS FITTED ENORAV1NOlx Members of the club are Jean
Clements Johns Klckllter Jackie -
\ I, Saunderson, Isabel 1 Mathers,
I \ Jovel Howard, Florence Mcggett I ,
I Betty Meggett, Patricia Ann
Dickey, Mary Alice DeLoach and

I BIIH uw UIIBIIIUCIU( I Gall Merriman.
calla 16S-Mi fill s IPOrtTED CZircr.COSTUME JEWELRY Christmas gift Ideas will be
the subject of the next meeting
r,ANDREW STONE factor .Arcade Stuart, Fla, /

sea.,..e. a. .e a.xn. ,: ELECTS SOPHOMORE OFFICERSAt CLASS .. .

HIT NO. 2 .... I
a recent organization meetIng nit
of the sophomore class of I

RoiWo ,Kies Martin County High Shool Her- WE ARE PLEASED 1 1i
ble Tucker was elected presidentwith
kWILHAMBOYDi supporting officers Warren i
Goode, vice president Gor- TO ANNOUNCE THE
don Terry, treasurer, and Ola ,
.w..+.n c..rvr'' Ricardo, secretary
The new'secretary-known as
"Rlckle"-is a new member of
the class and was also selected
1 1III / as a cheer leader of the pep Open i
squad. Other new members for ingt
the 1947-48 school year Include
/ Don Worden, Ronnie Berg and .. .
Dorothy Pinson. t
I- The juniors selected Norma
Orlner and Bobby Titus Ufreprj-
i \
ny\ \ sent the class on the student of

& Mon.,'Oct 12Jiromlcr / 1r3f (\.H ere's, wnWe Quality lumber council.Don J. .Mrs Romanello Kay Mulhaupt are ,facultysponsors. and j

.Safeguard Your New Home. OBSERVES, BIRTHDAY

In the bidden tame All That where to'be sure of I Beach Mrs nurse Rose who Taylor Is doing West special Palm 'The "

well seasoned lumber f t d .'"'t shrink or iw.H. Than duty observed at Martin her.County:birthday Hospital last, Vic torn Beauty ShopA

your house will land twrt f 1 sound investment in Thursday night with a dinnerat
qiulty limber, <' < 6 | | investment in' permsneneelAt -Chlshomls. Her guests were I

home-building specie%tie our experience can help Miss, Mary Shackleford and
you plan "an.,, .. and biU *.H'.. for we deal l only mother,Miss Mary Louise Sloan. Wednfesdiy, October 15thI
Mr and Mrs. Lloyd "Travis and,
In d.pendtble lumber and signals that Mf.?uird your Mr. and Mrs Robert T. Sheplarof W *

|jotalylu1 \ lif.tim. Involf"rit. Atlanta, OURWEW LOCATION

/ noli: A Good H .... BOYNE McPHERSON FETED I
",i-. Getthja Booklet ON BIRTHDAY OCT. 1 '
W J CHNicoi i Mr. and Mrs C. W. McPherson Victory/Hotel Arcade ..Room 13
entertained at dinner at Chls-
f E IIAVF9 : MA STFVf it 'l Casa Lumber Co. holfas: Oct 1 In honor of the t -
.. birthday of their'' son," -Boyne r ,

ties. & Wesl. tw l4 rl S HENRY CAQRE, Phone .66 his McPherson.wife and Also daughter present Lorraine were Under Management of

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THESE FIRMS PRECIATE WEST PALM YOUR BEACH PATRONAGE Hours 9 a. iru\o, ,; 6'.p'.'..:m...Daily I '! ....' '

4- ; Open and WednesdJay Everilngs until 9 o'clockPhone
E Tuesday
Bt".DC v .as oon$ To $go rocs 11 W T ,

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and asArlN Varst'suraoihouse
or -
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!it .,,' i 11'ii.';. tAct tt\! THE stPAftt/ Ktws.; SttAftt, ftiarftd' tt."i,; itokrtA. ihtitsbAT, oct.. s;, Mi L ,

I ': \ : I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART I den home grocery and at here Hok m ,"**H.re Camp.>tJld making lira.1t Jensen;tyorV their Inlet meeting Farms at.ber hone- is it a'"Andy" '1

.. Beach, .Raymond 3. Martlnluk : : '. Adel1mln
'%! I\a the other new clerk. He and arelue apt. returned tat ;;
P t ;
lower-cost food (lit here !la sucha I er grade ones may be used for Mr. and Mr J Y. Harper of Mr*. Martlnluk came from Red from a two-monthvacauot
I I'f HomeDemonstration fct Thomas, Ontarld, Canada Bank N. J., and are living at lag which fie Visited MltUsp
1" Custards. souffles Ad
thing! for a more expend! puddings another Tennessee )
returned for win North Street. befarl
I I I'l' : I one. This may mean that the, scrambled *ggs, ter'season at their home on the .- Sparta. N. J. lobs I
t i" ; : family members will have to adJust Cabbage substitute well for east show of the,North fork of Mrs W A, Lee was hostess Mr and '" \

l their appetites. because wedQ lettuce salads They are Available the St LucleMrs. yesterday to the Presbyterian have returned from Leos
,l J Notes build up food prejudices that) all the round and Woman Association at the October vacation In the .
t j. year 6rK E. It. H Hlpson ha gone momuryg!
business and t
i I MISS LLCILE IVSCOE have to be broken down. IAN + N program North Carolina,
By Dried fruits are less expensive make an excellent source of 1' x eyr (to New York City Jar a weeksvisit

( 1 "' than fresh and may be used often vitamin CIt .' 1 with her wn-ln-law and
t Regardless the price ot food, have do bit of } daughter Mr and Mrs. Robert
9 In the din Skim milk and you to a figuring
4 r the sam facts! hold true concerning dried skim milk may be used for to get all the things you Kraskey. See Us /or ;
) the dally food require\ part of the milk supply American
\ ned with\ the money you haveto Word has been received by
I: 4' meiits for both children land or shedder cheese Is made these Rev, W O Aldrtdg that his GALVANIZED
spend (land who doesn! !
,h adults According to nutrition I from Whole milk with little 1 lost/ mother 89 who 1 Ia In Englandhas
suggestions may help: rye'' ,
( '
specialists, serious trouble
< \ can of food value Five ounces of
least three meals finally obtaln-d passage on All .
1, Flan at Type.MACHINE
I ;I I 'I t' develop' If the: diet U lacking In yellow cheese are approximate.Iy at a time. 1 ; t. the Empress of Britain for Nov 0
l"3 certain food nutrients over a equal In food Hue to 1 quartof
4111' Christ-
I ,' I. Compare your meals from It and expects to spend WORK
", ti period of time We ran pate milk. Cottage cheese Is not day to day ma with the Methodist. pastor ,
sufficient quantity of fond, but an equal of milk. It can be usedas 3. Study prlcei, and his wife In stuart. Propellor, Shaft Mad /'hUe You Walt.
If the: quality l Is not /good, we an alternate for meat i
.... 4. Read labels. know what you a. Propeller Shaft!/* In
may have hldde hunger Dried beans peas peanuts and Bernalh Word n U one of two :
In order to role with :he high peanut ,butter may substitut" really get 3 esyec 1I.RE CM StAL41'a new employe at the A ft P Also Bran .Rod in found* and Flalt,
5. In bulk ( and
Buy packaged;
j cost of food and at I th(' Mime for part of the meat supply prepared foods cost morel. Watch 2OUR'4tOMI: Full Line of Int /national PatnttTtLEY
time get (he right; food U I li Lower grade eggs which should r Smokey Says:
( often mvessary to substltut-: J a 1 be less expensive ,than the high- for sales Use'? left-overs to good "+N r o CHECK THE CAUSi* W f 186At eons upeocoaa
-- --- -------- Advantage ep,e educes-Wemrt
-- ,
\ amuut A< you wits nt p wIi' 'eare.em Rwre4se BOAT
Here some : Use YARD
are ways vegetables s meews esow'N'' ttSousa
I In salads to save reheat LOCK OUt X 0UR64.A* MS A Case oats 141.W
j .. MARTIN COUNTY ing Combine smnll amounts of 1
J I meat with rice, potatoes or breadcrumbs u's'e AU,' .4 JNo'I'fl e And Boats
WELL DRILLJERS to make pattlc. Use
Jtfe4 b9 uwnrwrewr usdfS Tol Engebretierf and Harvey Homlu
cereals and dry bread crumbsIn NMt A.1L VJYaf

tWells Drilled, Cleaned, c. puddings and sauces 2'4 Ar poe PHO : 47-J I SALERNO, FU

Have Yjur: Work Done By A Li I FASTFRN: : STAn BFGIN FlU

1\ Prompt Service AITIVIIIES Initiation ceremonies TONItillT will Iit eovc eN K n n MsM ADVERraalrMFrom .

Phone lOT CJ 3lf East Fourth St. highlight the opening fall meetIng par, r K w.r T he Jbrc I fsit .JyJoe Marsh
CHARLES MAY of Unity Chapter 37 Order War AYleAS11f nW t In I
of Eastern Star at Woodman MP fisfMOUL gM
Hall at S tonight Aft- a sum- ,y0 rI'M' .,,,
I rlo NEtv,1 R NIAD
mer recess the chapter will resume tWS[ kgHR 1 How to Tell
-- --- ggP
the regular schedule of j/gfN
meetings the second ana fourth ow ea. ,r i ,r.s. Awe ou're
tree are much a crop- Getting Old
I Thursdays of each month. wy
FOR PEN ONERS harvested agate
LOTS be (
The OES Circle- mcPthis! alI one that tan ,
and again Without replanting
$50 to $2tD I rnutf Thursdays will\ \begin ----- -------- Given fin protection. and reason. Doe Walt gave M* ti t"o." .. of ttnwi or who crltlclit Un nk

WAT RFRONT PRIVILEGES (he fall sessions at 2:30 p. m. able care, your woodland will return ula: If. t i atr8re s ..'re .people for Maying/ i aeAahss
I next Thursday at Woodman hundwiiM proHti year alteryear. oil '
getting i ea you n.e ot"et' of beer with frirndi
t .I Paverwnt ai\\ Sidewalks injlront of lot. Hall kai goer to _
every people a
I ; I Last Polio Health .Hint-:: they're often well intmli.d
d' I IIi See J Ja tOUXTRY Lift A t-XII Hll Y And the ? mean. baen't folks,too.But from whert 1.A amuck
MILTS i P. M WEDNESDAY sat,, eht to doI |i age The J arc old minute we, criticln our ntlita
Ii The opening meeting of the Avoid Sudden Chilling! folks ia our iwa who it a big for enjoying wholesomt plum

I ,,, ', O'io K UBIN fall season for the Country: Club kick out of --.rC other vopl* eli. -like a game of lonnkow< i
1 ""t' (,:H Auxiliary will be a luncheon at Sadden' chilling\ lack ** joy themsetyseem to keep glass of beer, or tn attenurt\
(! 1pm, Wednesday al the club plunging' Into cold water ell avery NO GOOD '-i:6\:.. ? them young.fc iplrlf with a IIIblna-lt' a run llgijri
rooms. Mrs. L. A. Arbogast,prei hot day should I be avoided BOY ITS .PHOHc twlnld lath.iyesl! growing old (In ipltit asywgjs)
It Ident said that plans for the a* the sixth and Anal health / sox m see ;.j
.f LiKE ICE r matterwhatouragili.
fall social program will be discussed precaution that shoild to ob. {! 'r vEs ACII FLA. And then .rJLoiM f hen who t.. :. i
\ M'mben tie polio' oJ ASP & TILE resent tike peon iif.lk.lolng. .
are privileged
messesi i
I FUGATE %nd BREENLEKSEngineermi M bring guests and prospective i..r'thl September-th* i I.;' YJI'.t 1 o ale Isgl wh* I foal t .t 1 almuwa ''// II, "
nA i d.
: members she added. National Foundation 'for Infaa- ram** n tisaltyiCoperle04197 !
Some Idea Low AsS
... a -
till Faralyils cautions threugb.its a- --
!{Ii IiI. Surveytng;, Blue Prints Miss Mary Ellen Manlon. home \ local chapter. Ce ts
I I economics head of Martin Coun- Scientific research financed 1-- _- -.. ,(Viutti Stain ttnm FmUt
of Dimes funds lass .
by March -
Estimate bibmitte'd ty High School has -- -- -
t ; t' On Request returned :
I. from a week conference In shows that when laboratory _- 0 ,7 J- I
I 1",' 303 E. 4th St. A I 11 Stuart! Fla.I Tallahassee! Ona of 40 Instruct animals were exposed' suddenly to the chilled poliovirus \

\, I ors .from over the State who twk as seamy developed" acute and paralyzing attacks of the
'', I par el\Jnted\ in the educational disease as did t control group which had been protected from
I PHONE' 311 gathering she war a member of sudden temperature' changes.
It. the program planning committee Therefore, take no chances. To b. on the sate tide avoid
sudden chilling, the National Foundation advises. 'ATURtjtJ1rrNE'f
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; SlfORKLESS WASHDAY I !MRS JOHN CREENLEES!! ST IllS the winning score, followedby _
I i', l DIED SI, NDIY IN KANSAS? a midnight snack. i

'. I I f'' WITH A BINOIX AUTpMATIC HOME LAUNDRY I Word has been received hereby ,

4 dial-add ionn-.ll by lIMIt your Bendii does th. i Joe Oreenlee of th deathof :;
I kT
Y imply set a
I 1 ( hand in water You don't even have tow I his grandmother' Mr. John ,
t I retfeyoi home never;. AU put by your itself the Hendis ......... rinnes! three time R Qr enlees, 87. In Lawrence. ,
P dryl clothes shuts' itself sift Kas Funeral,was held Tuesday I
'v" 1 e,' with burial In the family plot In
: :: t LawrenceMrs.. Oreenl'e had

L visited her late son, Charles ROreenleet .
THES. HOT WATER and his family here .
I j 1. In former years. Although she In uilchlf a new
had been In falling health: for .
t i. OAP. LIFTING sam months death resulted' home, [ SURE of dross Domoolatloll la Bay.used St Louts by the photo".of + ,
from complications of a broken
tj'', I It i WITH 4 FAMOUS BENDIX FEATURES hip which she suffer d In a fall [ FOUrf CORNER /vs graphed from the -. -floor vtelephone
j '' i I.. i hie A ,n washes M ftently-no agitator, no twuting! Theaver at her home. She la survived by office toraM themme4In
I J 105 In Ws CvUnd.11M gallon,"less' hot water-l And Henducleaner oapl her' husband, three married STONKi-GOOD this. telqifcooe office, spar.Saws ..
Porthole ends clothee-houting'
iii Kiu* Level
1 *
fa T l lHi,.., sneust sweeter waah. daughter and three grandchildren LAID. GOOD ttnck to their port while
I ''J A ; i windows! U the building arched
,, PLANS. GOODSTRUC ;. In water flooded. the atreeU and IrW
I WALTON-EDEN CLUB glass wave demoliihed two

I i I i GIVES YOU TO, MEET TOMORROW C building before their eyes

I 3 ', i j WO LESS WASHDAYS Theo will be a business/ meetIng \-
,e, of the Walton-Eden' Prop I .
: Y. ji, erty Owners Club at T p. m. tomorrow
t i. You see compfetfprahiiK with no on*working at all! No pilfed -
q ; ,r 'f we no steamy JW>day odor No tuba to empty or Ell Th Maribel Plantation on the e
e it's a smart addition to kiUben or
a Its r is no neat. mpact Indian River Drive,
{- i lam y. No need W v. it around or put it sway! Eden was
I? the setting for a southern fried The Recent Hurr one Derrtlnstrafes Again
1)t) chicken dinner Monday evening D MAPP '
t given by Mr and Mrs. Louis Bell
\ Edason Quests! wre Mr and Southern Bell's Eler-Reddlnels to Serve You
Mr. Leland T. Hubbard of Walton every Kind ofInsoraae
I' I. I and Mr. Fletcher A. ir Nigh Water
( Russell Come Storm Fire,' Hailtor' I
i'f r. : .t1 6f Ank n.. The group gathered
1.i around the piano for art old ion. II r 0. Arcade
: 1 fashioned "song-test and card With the fint trarniJr, Of >he IArols"who tayed at their ,wtlt'hntll kbs+d

p'/ / i rt were played, Mrs Hubbard hav approaching borrlcf tb'.loeg th Ia 'neewentout-tbenrler
: i i r 0 the Atlantic land "Cftf Gouty A,*onliestonttaIateJemerjencjfcreWe '

t all Southern Bell heel !a Went tl work repairing daJDIPI

I", TOP inoday the Southeastern IktM mi telephone\ dudes that ran Into b_

:\ I s l e a. I alerted for action. Order* f, equipmentElectrl dred.ofthonAidsof. dolan and totalW

4 Co 1 about Jour,build." were nuhed to the Vi n more than l j,000 breaks la sent the '

i front 'w Skilled 1 Wpalrlen! worked around
!n r emL Company,. Emergency m
"":''; j joining.utelponreilinto IC threatened tlock. -wadlngiiroogli miles of iwarnp*

r PAINTSLL area by truck, plane train. Every lib.!tamhet-b dingwlndwglererneffort
t oa j The Bendix washes clothe N 'clean-f AtremeDdoa. Job. W I\
BOARDS concentrated e fgettlnf killed .kei.h wu
rinse three times-change* Its koatenal iheid 1M/ wind bIttI I IIIMI
o water-e r men and therf of the ldtlw. few do after
damp dry clothe*-clean* itselfis itself hurricane. DId, III N 4Oe; fSF&4t44P"0a'

t'' off See it for yourself-the easiest sehdey4 BRICK Then the full fury of ie storm struck,1, I iervtd fig" area's 6Y: 1M harrtoM

on earth! The only rfutomatie w thet'a't MBER stuck to theirhour..maintaining KMU hoar after 'fpm back lo normallorwaately
1 t doirt hsppd
mtnrgieaUonet hurricane
..a been performing the* washday es for' 1 ILLWO c that
j 151 A ROOFING to 100"
throughout most of tie iom-la.h mat Every day. But ..t"oo"
rune whole There' ''
yeah no question bout the +*>*
tio* .k. helping to *aviinjurtea Bale and averteatUandhtlndi whenerer and whatever *
a the Bendix It'* been proved in u.e. '-. : AL Sill CLEY. M folki 10 *
,to tut ankiou ,you can count o telephone
Com in for a Demonstration Now! $$259.50 a East Coist L tuber and to bring a feeling to taha and tom'Un'?, \that Mrtrt IIIMI" of power Ifontothneewaltingoat I

1 ..ewinimtcal'Operator 'Vlncfc V* lib t *dWo.. of servicetttblsdevotloatoduty ',

were the,,twolon* giv** i wise t.yo\ telephoM tw

HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICEPOST & Su ply S ,e erabr\ 'l'ia I telephone, oflice la Bay St.::: cannot b*rnewuwd byllw.price T*1l'P. "*.!

Phone,3Z P 0: of S06t aart;+Florida v tU..tl..ir'\"W.t. : \ .. COMfANY '4
"OFFICE ARCADE PHONE 113' .. g01liHi1.- ; -,-- w .f .-....T\' ..

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MAST! F+K1WS ITTTABT! Martin County, noKIOA; THCftSDAf, ort ',.lt41 wet etmrt | a

..Ntue.n.. .........., no.., arE .. the these at S at
,,, Sal .. 1 -- net at church Wednesday at ONE-POUND BABY MAY SURVIVE | the Community Church held men on evening 1
i. K.KI L.: U M. w 7:30: p. m. Mr, Oeorgs Osborn, --. ,, ------- to meeting Thursday after- parsonage Lacy Griffin Is 511the
h.Va. n u
/ f..k Wash Hands Eating president, presided She also /
Before noon at 3:30 at the church. --
read an article The Blessed
BUILDING PERMIT The member of the
Book Stand* After the short parson i RELIEF FROM
::."*.,Lou":::illonk l Pra.l.r S, i.i-.7S t block swill Urged as Polio Precaution business meeting Mr*. O D. age committee held a meeting Symptom.!Distress ArMng mm j.fl", {
....... chairman of the committee.
SI .
nlnronM kr S* ft. Quigley gave the lesson Scrip. :'
[ tta05. The choir will have rehearsalat STOMACH ULCERS
":'. H: Cb.re.lksr R-' AM Parents should ace that chll- lure reading wa Luke 4:3-29. f'
[: Sntloni It kne 7A, r7 I tonight at the church. All\ ACID
_SI__ none I o Fee leols.n members are urged to attend
,....a.. 1.1.. before eating as one precaution FRUIT Beauty of Autumn. Present Free 1o'RletRT..U" !
against polio, particularly were Mra Clem Mathen, MM Milton Orlffla, Horace Arnold, Mae.K ..It 1 win Cost Tom Nothing !D I jl jloI
fit In and France each con. during the summer epidemic Ernest King, Mrs. W. L. Merrill Robert Diamond and Charles it 1111aa bottlmof the WMIA" '"
approximately one-third the season, according to the National a Mr*. Fred Pedersen, Mr. Oeorge H .lIlett yesterday with the Stuart .........on .. 'bens sold for eltef" ofr
of Foundation. for Infantile ; Osborn, Mr*. i. P. WllbarMu.. vets for 'Endicott, N. Y.. to :::=' u,a..... I
ParalysisThe / play football. .. DO or a..N m.---.n.8 ,
Africa.OLDS National Foundation Martha Whittle and Mrs. O D. last week and It was decided to "d So'led O ::.! :':i1 1'1. '
through Its Quigley nun ...... .. '
local chapter Issuing return to their original plan to Aok fur" Is .blcll runteydMaetW.ao.tanat
a series et six simple The P-TA executive meeting work Monday and Thursday e t 1,
health rules that should b* observed wu held at the school house evenings Anyone wishing to BRUNER" PH MACY ;y 1 ,
UID during the summer to + Wednesday afternoon at 3:30Flam .
Phone 9
donate their labor the
can Join
.e-r Is C. Mu nt.S sob eN ,11111{
M help combat the disease were made for Halloween _
Cow "Mi. in I0.Y.L ""
o WMy w.s ''11'
? Scientific studies,financed by party. Present wert Mra Ja k ill I
66 Colo i TioNw March of Dimes funds Indicate that the hands Buy 'b* i mean Saunderson, Mrs. W. L. Merrlti, HOME DESIGNING PLANS DRAWN / ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS ,
uu'R of spreading the virus Infection through contamination of food .
A. Baldwin, Mrs. Clem '
drink or objects carried to the .....t.... MECHANICAL/RAFTING '
Mathers Mrs Mrs
O D. ,
For this standard of personal cleanliness vl, \
reason a
/ '
R. R Merritt, Mrs. 8 McCulley, HARRY G ANCOFF
should be maintained month
especially during the polio danger : '
late Juno through September, the National Foundation ***. Mrs. Harvey Homier Mr*. Emma AT FUCATll* CRCENLCES RAIlJ BUILDING r PHONE STUART Sll :, .
tlons adding that fresh fruit and vegetables should be washed Kindred and Mrs. Harvey fine) .L f b
well before eating ton. '
Representatives of the Martin

Sei County Chamber of Commerce TILffON'S SERVICE STATION 'I "
of Stuart will meet with the PTA -
at Salerno School next Tuei This 1-pound baby girl was born In a hospital at Logan W.,Va !:
f Vic Vet jay day at I p. m. Please come and Doctors gave her a good chance to survive despite her tiny site ATJENSEN 11 ,
make known to them anything Born three months prematurely, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, 't :'
AtSSTTRA ,. '" orwhlch" our town la In need .. Frank Davis ol nearby Big Creek Is hardly larger than a man's :, ,,1\
S NDU CAM Sluw AT NIGHT Mrs Rasmus Mortenson returned hand. The thermostat (right) b I Inches long which gives a good BEACH Ilj :
home after three tour '. : ,
TAX INVUUTIOA AND ,Ns SCHOOL. UNDER THE eiBILL. weeks In Moorehead City or, N. C., _!Illustration'. of.the.baby, ,comparative_ size, ___._ .I
GETPETAILSATIOUR with her husband who is shark '
ittLI INaUa Net FATS NEAREST VA OFFICE.o fishing there. 'Mr. Crowe brother In Plainfield garden has ben a winter resident will gre and /pray the undercarriage of your

FLQRIDBSTRA Mrs Casey Andrews returned / N. J. on Jupiter Island Sine!' car to stop that ruit 1
SOAR--AYE AND s:, s home last week, after a week In Mr. and Mrs. R Winder John 1938. 'I I,

Co. y1'RNN WRY ixof ;tit Georgia visiting her daughter son of Philadelphia arrived by The 'womn'i committee, _ol I I
? Q k ,d l'.$ Alice (Crane Gardner plane Sunday to open their home,
JIM KENNE Only I 2 per cinti.1, lira ,1e41/le; .rr Mr. and Mrs Richard Moore on Bf>a:h Road Jupiter Island.
sTUART IFO 'A t and Mrs. Moor sister of Home. for the winter :
(il UK United 1 States have what Is season j : !
walled\ jxifnt ulalon.Porter stead called on Mr and Mrs W. Mr. and Mrs Bertrand L. Taylor Dependable Installatu nAnd
D Blanton Sunday. of New York City will arrive ; i
-- Wednesday to open their home Quick Repair Se c 1 l' j I
on Jupiter Island for the winter.
Hole Sound News .
r Anthony Wilson Rector Town rIJ'-I .
Va, Is here to supervise storm
damage repairs I
RUTH.HURST Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton Ayers ALSO

P\int IS: Body Shop e >'e IS of Cleveland were here last wekto Complete stock of bathroom ft r lures t'
check storm damage. They Complete Line of Plumbing Su plies I

iCOverlA( & P, 2nd Floor) Aloud NO() per cent

uto Pimtmg *Metal Work Studs girl Into fleet products. dt the death of Mrs George W

Cusihm-madl Slip Covers Sport Tops CANAL POINTBy Roscngarden Barclay Hotel: She In Philadelphia died at the 212 AKRON AVE. P NE265 STUART, FLA. I! III

Salerno News at 2 a. m Friday Mrs. Rosen- I r f,
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MISS Ruth Hurst and Eugene tt I

You BAUMCAHDNERSENTERTAINED Talmage Browning were mar :

idle rled Saturday at the Methodist

money Church In Canal Point. After :
Modern !
AT the ceremony they motored to Complete

m earn Fort Pierce where they spent the

nIght. They spent Sunday Jn ttRV1CE
Hobe' Bound with Mrs. BrownIng .

'* aunt and uncle, Mr 'anMri
.- A. 3. King The couplj wll WRECKERTml

Mrs W. H. Earle, Mrs. Johnnie make their home at Canal Point.
rerlAnnum* f Johnson,and Miss Clara Jean Mrs Browning Is a former resIdent -

MoCull'y entertained Friday of Hobe Sound and a short
s f yonInsurM night with a wedding shower'lit : "WWte
time ago moved to West,Palm -
Savings honor of Mr and'Mrs. t. .
Ted '
Baumgardner Jr formerly I Beach where she was employed -}\ "1." \ If You See or Have .
Alcpunta J \ f .
Hazel Johnson, at, the home of as secretary for C. Jennings ;)'i'i r 4 1
t II
I The Federal Savings In*Loan Insurance CorporaM Mrs. W, H. Earl. Dames were Djrrlck ;j'\,,,,!. Af.I I .,.. ter"/ 1;,.,) /: t An Automobile 1
insures individual IccSunts to $5,000 Husband played and the, many beautiful Mr. and Mrs Oeorge Brownlee '
K wife may have totwlof ft 5,000, fully insured. Gifts were opened by the bride have as their guests Mrs Brownlees Accident 1.
I First Federal savings Bccoulta are legal Investments and groom. Sandwkch'8, cake aunt and uncle, Mr. and ,1 !
and punch were served to Mr. I
dmmntrator r Trust). Funds' M welV91dl Exiitorsl held by Guardians and Mrs. John Anderson Mrs Mrs. Eden ,of South Carolina.. PHONE t

| and | O H. Johnson and son Ray, Mr*. Mrs Brownlee and guests motored J '
Call lr Write Shelby McCulley and daughters, to Fort Pierce, Monday to
Clara Jean, Verdi Mae. and visit with relatives = PADRICK :," I, '
Mary, Mrs. L M. Arnold and sister ...
Mr. and Mrs. Baird Thompsonof .. .. ., !- .1
of Lakeland,Mr*.Clem Math- _. '
'IRST LE 1RAL ers, Mrs. Ernest lUng: Mrs. Selda vlslt'd Sunday afternoon l '
Charles Conrad. Mrs. Martha with Mr. and.Mrs. Oeorge ,- I 304 : ,
and Whittle,Mr. and Mrs F. O Simmons Brownlee. r ... .I ,'
Savings Loan
Nation Mr*. Bobby Thompson Mrs, Lynn of Jupiter Island ti, ... I, \
Mr:and Mrs. R. W. Johnson, Mr. has returned from Mlr.mhere\
of Indian Rifor Counf 4
and Mrs Ed Johnson, R. W. she agent several days with her "4 ..p4.sloft FORT PIERCE
VERO BEACH tLtlI .4i ,, f;
FLOW Rowland,Ehron Watson, Mr. and daughter, Jane. r j; ;". f' ,
fl2-20th Street Dial 2137' Mrs. Johnnie Johnson and the Mrs. Harry Coleman of -
honor guests Bloomsburg Pa.. Is visiting with
R.TV. Sedgwick, Sec etary-Treisurer Mr. and Mrs. Adolph DeLoach her daughter-ln. Mrs. Don- ,t,

I I Member Savings Federal and Home,Loan L lurance Bank alfyl Cc p.Federal and Pierce ion.Saturday Jimmy. motored on business to Fort Mr.ald and Coleman Mrs.,Marvin and her crowe.parents Mrs, We Have Equipment To Handle .The Job ,

Coleman motored here with Mr.
Current Mrs. J. 1. Terl'1 went to St.
dividend rate. and Mr Crowe. Her Don
Augustine Tuesday on business. son I
The Ladles Missionary Society aid Is with the Army stationed e' 2 MODERN WRECKERS ;:,;

In will Jacksonville all leave from The Bloomsburg Coleman 10 and 20 tons* capable of heavy .11 \\I;'

JUST RECEIVED, NOT 1. duty, auxiliary service
trip to West Palm Beach '
Phone Monday. Complete staff, who will assist .
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crowe you 24 hour a day.MECHANIC '
while on their'vacation visited JUijUN
3551rAINTS several days with Mr. and Mrs.
R. Randall at Springfield K J. t '
The Randall were former residents ON DU1 '
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of Hobe Sound all
Mrs Willie has returned from
i Homestead wheN she spent two 24 HOURS A DA] Q l
i' HARDWARE, weeks visiting with her son anddaughterinlaw Mr u
W. Scott Blanchard secretaryOf e
:w y [
CEMENT:' the Resident Committee of We Haven't Closed Our ours
FLOORING Jupiter Island and B. & Woods "
SIDING arrived here last week from Nw In ,19 Years . Parts DCment aft-

York to Investigate storm dim- .Open..24 Hours A y. OUR NEW TON WRECKER
age They returned to New York

obe Sound Lumber & Suplly Co., ,Inc. have Friday'Mr returned and Mrs. from. Marvin their Crowe vacation -. FOR!;WRECKER' SER] ICE "THE MONSTER" ,

r |In the North. 'They Visited TELEPHONE 9'20' tens .Mft'd. to Army

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EMPLOYMENT GAINS of $UO before then and $7.60 out the Red' for many years U

'' Tallahassee Oct t.-The seasonal FISHING afterward com*-as happened after the Highest Cash For Your
I, e 1933 hurricane when it took Car
upturn in manufacturing This la smart advertising Of to
BTOARTII employment in Florida began in iij course,its not sport fishing, but, many yean for the game come WONT 'TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe

August with manufacturing, Employment IN THE FAMOUS then, neither 11 1 any other tourn- back.
I II 1NCE ament or promotion sport fishing can pay you the O U>. A. limit for
3,4 cent above 1849 war your
ltd per '' St. Lucie Region ." Don't get me wrong. I still Anchorage, Alaska, found U a* much a* yeiAcan get wy.1cIi
; Total manufacturing employ think the State of Florida ought ed In 1914 as a construction camp 114I

I II I ment was 76,too in August according tHF TRUE SPORTSMAN If A GUARDIAN OP NA1VRAL RESOIMCES to do the same thing in a bigger for the Alaskan Railroad.11I'4 STAY WITVUN_ THE LAW
I to the latest available way offering $100,000 In cash .
+ estimates released bY'Cart B. By ERNEST LYONS 'i port Is nothing out of the ordinary prises annually for fish caughtIn Smoke "Says SUNRISE OTOR CO.

Ifs Smith chairman of the Florida good reports continue to come, but this fellow drew much Florida; but, to get back to MfdWM.TNaelRl 311-25 A>uth Dixie /
In on the black bau fishing- the original premise, real "sport
Speel.IMeN Industrial Commission Manufacturing and, oddly enough despite all attention ft! when placed on the fishing"Is a quiet and elemental Fort Pierce, Fla. I

,f, employment increasedby the fresh wilt,r, tome good scales It was found to weigh but relaxation, a communing of man /elepb.a 110
.: 800 between mid-July and strings ot sheepshead have been SIX OUNCES. Smaller sailfish with Nature In which no prizesor
have been taken in nets but Insofar
mid-August and was !,600 above the contests; are necessary
Renl.bNot caught from docks at Stuart, '
learn the .
I ai we can this is *- e 4It
L I' 4 August 1046 Plenty of snook have been reported smallest ever taken on a line.: might be''a wise thing for "JjOE"
f in and around the Inlet, The beauty measured 21Vi Inches the Florida Oame tt Fresh Wa- P9AETY
taforroaUoB HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS and the bottomflshing has been In length and out SVi in girth ter Fish Commission to make a 8\1\ fsLEY
Estafe PLAN SPRING JAUNT good-If you don mind fishing and the\ spindle was about the thorough survey of the Inundated '
Real Insurance In steady rainfall. Fairly good size of the lead In a pencil. hunting grounds of South

W ite or See The annual spring-time jaunt blueflshlng hat been reported The fish was .sent to Shorty Florida, to determine whether! PLUMBING
ot Martin County High School'asenior from the turf, particularly at Hoodstaxidermy establishment certain practices might not be
I OH TAYLOR class scheduled In April Hobe Sound with cut) bait In Daytona Beach'" to be mount detrimental to the preservationof
II I 1848 will\ Include stops at Silver cd is proof of Its size and will our game this coming season. CONTRALT9C
I'i. reola f Ulr. Phone IMIf Springs, the Cypress Gardens Jim Murphy-S.-,Jacksonville fishing at some later date hang In a The game Is crowded on a few PROMPT, EFFlflENV SERVICE
STUART Lake Wales St. Augustine and commentator, that place of honor'on the walls of Islands and high spots, and it ALL WORKUAIVNTEEDPhe
Daytona B-ach, It was announced reports the club house of the Florida would be quite possible for a few 308
'i.IJ'i. one pf the smallest sailfish a
this wees The class mem- Tackle and Oun club In Jacksonville aggressive hunters to raise hob '
bers are going to sell high school record (If anybody keeps a record with next year s supply by using All ti.tLi.Ufal: Haters. ads U ----
emblems, rooter n*;Ji and Christmas ) was caught oft the Mayport The Orlando area Is plugging frog boats to get at these areas a fair chases. and she will rtpH -
I cards to help defray expenses Jetties by E. H. Monroe of Jacksonville what Is advertised as a $50,000 We understand, by relay thata dun the' forests.J."r.f' abun-
INKS I Class officers include He was fishing from Lake Apopka Fish Rodeo. This group of out-of-county men art due A few M i tm swill Bath Room "He and Asphalt Tile
Donald Terry, president: Robert tl1e charter boat "Seal": captain Is sort of wide -.Un" many '
a open sport fishing already planting such a frog- young'tm.
IJ il
: ion the /elgian
tested from Also Supply of Tile i
Mon t g o merjr vice-president: Otto Hahn, and was trolling\ sweepstak'a Scores of black boat operation and have our rapidly Into II\trellant. various colons
I: I June Matousek secretary, a idMildrd for will grow a B 316 Commekial
squids Spanish mackerel when bass are tagged and released, 'strong doubts from a conservation able tlmbw
I "' Allman, treasurer, the line he was holding began each Indicating the value of standpoint that this will INSTALLATIONS and \LEShesof

t 11111111111I1111111111I1111111I11I11I11I1111111INEWS/ to go through some mighty queer the prize if you catch that cer work anything but harm, Tile BathDrainboards -
'1 REDI MIX antics When reeled in, he found lain fish. One bass will carrya The commission has postponed ROTARY / Quarry Tile
': I J ONCRETEEINFORCING OF that a sailfish had taken the tag worth $5,000 and other taking any action until more ART warn FORT PIERdE! TILE & CONSTR\CTION CO,

.\ FarmsBy squid and that was the reason tagged fish will bear Identifying ,complete surveys can determlne- cx w 'a vraul L
Tropical metal discs entitling the the extent HOWLEr
: for the peculiar action of the person of damage to birds H, tlAUNUaRBIA.M
line who catches them to collect and deer Lets hare the surveys ,
MRS. JOE SAWTELL from $10 to $1,000. The rodeo and be guided by them Unscrupulous HARD weaves.n O Box IUU. Phone 717 III N. 11th'Sty Fort Htm
STEEL iiuiuiiiiHiiiiiimiimiiHMiiiiiiiimiiii I I I I I Mow catching sailflsh off May- starts Nov. I, with an entry fee hunting could wipe

I Hugh Coultls of Los Angeles --

CONCRETE and Mrs Bess Cowdry of West

BLOCKS Palm Beach were week-end visitors DOLLARS ..
I of Mrs Cowdry mother, PATRONIZE

Mrs. H N. Gaines. SPENT IN Bl,
have been \living with Mrs H COUNTY
ROWS W Simmons have moved to Stu- YOU
art and are living with Mr. and

I PORTLAND'CEMENT Mrs Joe Sawtell and son Joe,
Jr" spent Oct. 1 at the home of -
,I Mrs Hubert Clements and .

Phone, 748 Fort Pierce daughter, Catherine '
Mrs George J. Backus was the F ANKH L E PITCHFORD'S STUART
Get Miles of WearRECAP d I F IF
Web Or
nj Sunday visitor of Mrs. Charles t way PAINT CO. Fred A. Stafford{
Oreenlees I
III : .Mr, and Mrs Herbert Weir of R OF G CAM Motors
Warren, Ohio were Sunday R TIRES I PAINTS II
night guests of Mr and Mrs. Civil
Cottages and Boat Engineer
j A L
Carl Roth Ill| Roo rd.r n.. w u.. FOR ENAMELS
Repairing WHOLESALE.. II IT AIL "' R' sus
b Mr and Mrs "
Stanley Emory a. W .a Y M 0..1. For
' ( and daughter, Peggy of Miami 511 SoIColcfado Are Seafood twY M ICs

: E' ATE were Sunday dinner guests of Phone 9141 ind Leave Bait For Sale -wuiuMS Laed Surveyor I
II' I Ir'l Mr, and Mrs Carl Roth, "lieWrite ER SERVICE iRaDUCTa 8taut, Plaids
Mrs. J. B. Sauvage has returned JENSEN BEACH Service Station Root REPAIRS

from Malvern, Ala, where Stu 'rt o a rl) AT COUNTY BRIDGE Federal Highway PHONE 9142 P, 0, Arcade P.0. Phone 2ob J

Prop ti of all klndr she visited her daughter Mrs. -- -- ...1.-- _ J
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I James JMerrttt Her grandson, -
for sa Tyrone, returned with her and --- --- -
will spend the winter here, P 1-- F
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Van Scojr Jensen lid
1tAlso nil and Imur.ens. of West Palm Beach were Thursday a Refngera- Give Y C. r Truck e.

, evening visitors of Mrs lion VICE A Compl a heck Up UnCle &
Berry i SURE
George J. Backus No JobLargo Or LXRIENCE sez eI'IG
Te e e
t'' Mrs F W. toy attended the Too AND ANHS Nil
t'Edw teachers .reception at Salerno HOBEELECT allUNO tndl..dr.W : .=:
arcs i +'D : :l'i"
I i iI : Mappr School Thursday evening Ho ILY M.Ak.a. "' sating TfUN
Ed Williams, Jr, left Thursday 1C CO.
.. evening for Clemson CollegeIn Standard Oil Co. and par APTTO HAVt: ITWORWAM
I eat r'g South Carolina Day one Th' bulbs you plant In autumn. P, 0 a: 8
to see about STATION
Hobe So d 3271 One BI .Im
In He time bring flowers la th' West
entering January expects spring '
P. 0. rca Bldg.I to be gone a week. NileStuart on. RALPH P rHANwLCR. OVM> re f th' coin yon save, though City edge On Jan n B abY

Mr, and Mrs. Ellsworth Welgle 88J J .
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II I P nee 0 dime by dime, spells! ease when -
and daughter, Barbara, of Fells- _
If' :
mere were recent guests of Mr past your prime! Th' kindly -- -- .---.-_ -

and Mrs Carl Roth. CA Y D E A L deeds you do each day ar* assets The Stuart News S N R Y

In th' end, should, later on, yon ,
I IJ HOM ADE T A X Is the Only Newspaper
Waterfront Properties By Box tarsi need to lay some ease before a In the Whole World J OU IFS

J Praines iriniles friend! That Is Interested In ear ssMexica
J I Along the Indian wnd BL LUcie rivers and Hob Bound I earns s R V ICE Th' things you learn (In school vuoui urrou rAwe soar eCocon
't kg& f V Ocean Fronras. Rusu+ ass r
I tJ' 'sees this though duller than
Ph 9154 year STUART
I Butte C nch one SUN Y S
a hoe may be th' very dope,
S7A 'ICS cacaM 0 DRINxd xmlat
} ; : LSTI ATV a
: ,. old dear, to bring yon In th' .
I site
Read It '. S ny
Mildre tb'a f
: < g 1 ; IN STUART USE DOUGH! So, don't be quick to Prod Iswcx
i .d. e r S E S A TAXI ITS give It up, and say, "I'U take a Advertise In It Dw

'I'I t't'I I erv.e asU I Gains Bldg 4th. 81. CHEAPER J P chance!" for some have drained ___ _.__ .
I a a bitter cop-TH' IGNORANT
1 U' ; r I I rt M a
ROAD AHEAL and YOU don t wish to be a FOOL from now FILING CABINETS

111' LOOKING AT THIS and roe oND
: :fl F EDS, SPACE to HAVE YOUR ANSWERS RIGHT,. Till. ON YOUR OWN, yon All Type of 4PRLr


ecM In Llttl
SHOULD BE The Stuart New ,
t It
\11 Far FLACLERlVE,.ploNE are Office Supply Dept
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: '1 St art B"' Tel $E1 I CO 3 T U R T ''rr

.. Auto Camp STUA NEWS
LUNC ROOM Ket Stimmsll
a .
t ri; will be I yo.
t ModendTCotta APpflanees TBA PARK P 41.W null far.undry. sAnd
KNohe Prompt 7 LVpendabl week in I
Cert fe
,1 ., TraJHer Cabins .n small eer ft inks For a k d of Servk. period of a Feu
: I' FI, 1 RENTAL! BY AV, W oR appta R Sand hes Soup, Pie re .a' 'only $3,00. nd i.tIS i.
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fI ALLBLAIR M rHI M s So. Stuart se Lan a p i n Car.tak' subscriptsPh !1'
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'" att BAKXROU fC y oral lu ay N. 1 PHONE 149 I Genera Repairs
; t7LF, a LINE
Dial* HJ- P ma
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I. ,
.' r Listings of Improved: and Unimproved Properties CON I E T Dock m 's
Foundatio Flo EGAMBLEd' For Store MT
n Throughout Martin County r
i .a Driveways, Sid.w e, Its I .fIUNG CABINETS: tJ1m
ACREAGE motRAKCB18. Block*. B k in Me reek w ni wry

N S waU'i hoist iuy"l ,o-River rrepertUei Tile Sep Tank and WE GHOUSE Boat ousel andOFFICE And Fonda + d a C u
<: J I '.'* : UEverything ct Ally",,. pi Nov r g
APP NCES All Ty Of Marks. in, cmrs 'l''
t. .. lit.tei g a
r Jiplter Wan* 0 .. ..-. .< flu' Conere ctkd SUPPLIES u / Br

C. B. ARBOGAST Electric ontractor The Stuart Newt Th Fl
s'' 1 h I. L. DECKER 0. H 471 r Nm r rr. Fri 11NI"Box

M Seal EstaM WATstATKONT FROfBITIM lararaae 936 Pkone 97. Nub Tee easa.Deleh' HONE, 1044 Office., t Supply Dept PHONE_ ,1314 *'' Are


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