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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 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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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.
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tiME t-1II0.11 THE STUART NEWS STUART Martin

I FORT LAUDERDALE BUSINESS SECTION FLOODED 1 '


ATEH'20-14 OARTVETS Sunny Days Dry Out Inundated Areas; i; I





GRID OPENER Storm Season Over-Tourists on Way !I''



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[J Watch Endicott Sunday Floridians, N. Y,I.in LOM CHISHOLM'S'$ PUT FLORIDA SENATORS AT WHITE;-HOUSE I Ir It FIGHT TO'-SAVE J i\\.,




ined fightinr Stuart'but'under Veterans- .,.;, $20,000, IN FOOD OCEAN HOMES I'l:

all team succumbed '

|4 to a well-drilled pow- STORAGE PLANT r i"I

outfit Social from and the Athletic North At p AT KOBE SOUND :I,! :

I- t.
before 8,000 cheeringIn
Contract Awarded to Sands I
baked En-Joie II
;
sun- Said To
County. Road Losses Ii
for Construction of 04
ium in Endicott, N. Y, Have Jumped Another j ,'
Addition ,
bay afternoon $100,000 II .
(was the first 9& ; A '
Contract for construction of
Ida crew which ily1he.tative # .
7
Vten season in .. an addition to Chlsholm Cafe- Clearing skies this week after i,1
1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIflIIIIIIIIIII nil'" 111I teria building was awarded Wednesday passage
arrangement have "'" ''' 0' ____'___'____n_'_ ___' ,___ '___, to 'the Sands Construe V41A storm In three weeks which I.
Stuart Vet- tlon Co. of Hob Sound. The addition dropped S'/fc'\ Inches of rain Irre 'I !.
| made by Jim Merrl- Flood water t feet deep In places covers parts ever Southeast Florida Sunday Damage from : consisting of three rooms in the past week end promised '"

for Manager a return game with 'I of the business district at Fort Lauderdale In the wind was minor but It brought the highest and to adjoin the kitchen off relief for Martin County residential ,'1 '
1 Endicott gridiron team the wake of the small hurricane that swept flood water of JO yean In some sections. the west end of the bulMlng; and sand ridge areas- I j :
,-- -. -- _. u __ will be used entirely for refrlg which suffered little more thintemporary II II'' .
In this vicinity Dee. I
er I "
food. The Inconvenience but ,
eratlon and storage of
was announced before Chamber;! cost. Including refrigeration, farmers and grove owners In tlvi \ ,
| veterans left for home
day night However, Mara Indiantown Man Heads will be $20,000. extreme western portion of the \ t
One room will b3 a deep freeze county were fighting; off the ''I I
said numerous prob.present
unit with temperature maintained threat of damaging floods, andhundreds I
themselves rellnr -- -- I In. below will be cool of sought tosave
zero one a ,
which jI
such match rot
R. B. McPHERSON
a
D WORTH FAMILY room for storage of meats and homes at Jupiter '
] need study here before KENNETH STIMMELL H. M. SAUNDERSNEW I SUFFtRS FLOOD DAMAGE I one will be a vegetable room In I Island endangered by high I "
(further details can be an- SEEK CITY POSTSR.
VcedIIIIIHIiliminillMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMII. the vegetable room will b* a seas tl
Mr and Mrs. H. D. Worth I ribbon Ice machine which will Continuous high tides and j
B. McPherson, Stuart PRESIDENT former Stuart residents were be used to manufacture and rdmpaglng breakers of he Atlantic -
st was organized for anne agent for the Florida East among the evacuees of HU-'I chip a. ton of Ice per day for on the Jupiter Island t
schedule, but for Endlt Coast Railroad, and Kenneth leah when their home,;there\" Icing the cafeteria counters as t ) beach have reached the' crucial I

[ was the third straightthis Etimmell, young Stuart budnessmaAk CIVIC GROUP was Inundated by the recent'. well as king the beverages. stage of Inundation with five

fall.iQuldlcl .wing-footed left broke the Ice In the OF flood ,system Their son, VW, !:' ". L. Phillips Clarks of West Florida Senators Spevtard .... Holland (left ana Claude Pepper oceanfront estates at the excluaIva "
a forthcoming City Commissionrace and his family who lived next Palm Beach is the architect for resort being more seriously
ck for the home club, arrive at the White "House In Washington. for a visit' with President
when they became the door to them 11 ere also flood thiabuilding. It 4s expected tha> threatened with each) Incoming \,
the winning offensive by first to file candidacies a*. the All.County Board Elected victims. Mr. and Mrs. Worth construction will begin shortly Truman Pepper, just back from California, told _the President tide I ,
two of his teams three the situation there "In favorable to Democratic .. t
|> political very
g hall this week. Three
city semi Invalid
At Annual MeetingMonday brought mother and the addition be ready for The winter home of Anthony,
dowlll. Outdid, who Is 22 posts are to be filled la the Mrs J. A. Smith, to Stuart and use during the winter season victory In 1941" The Senator later announced the release off D Bullock of Cincinnati I on' the, I
: 175 Ibs and stands t ft 100.000 Engineers for repairs m the flooded Lake ,
elections to form the new five- remained with Mrs Worths by Army north end of the island la, tit,
.
carried the I ball for, 208 man commission with a primary Harold McRae 'Mac" sister, Mn Paul Kelly, and Mr Okeechohee area, Since I the' conference etilimales of Federalaid the most Immediate danger of :

on the ground In 21 at- election act for Nov K ers. manager of the aaUnd-j Kelly from Sunday to Tuesday. DRAINAGE HERE needed have soared to the mull\!.million mark. as a second failing Into the sea as the washout -
i for an amazing average if there. are more than three Leaving the,mother with her tropical storm ravaged diko/, Inundating hundreds of square of bulkheadlng was followedby .
yards a try, Only once. candidate for commission or Development Company daughter Mrs. Mark Smith miles of Everglade'' and flooding Ioercral l South Florida com undermining the southeast II I

be stopped for a loss. more than one candidate for ricultural agent for the.Seaboard. : the Worth returned M- Miami munities. sorter of the residence A crew l. j 4,1,:

Jrr-n! Bhlpes and burden Walter Judge Regular election date Air Une Railroad Co. at Indian- ,' to Continue efforts to protect ISINADEQUATEISURVEY \ ... of approximately 100 men. sup; j
|shouldered the pn is, Dee I. town. was elected president ot their household good. They ervlsed by O H Tllton,. has j,;
i for theyeterslus., Shlpes Stlmmtll former managerof Martin County Chamber of Com 'are; stayleg.with their son-Jn- worked day*and night since earlVvtsday.tjandbagglng /
|n an splendid aerial dlaautng Stuart Feed Store, now o merce at a well-attended gen I law and '-dmighur. M*. end SHOWS Special ;Meeting.-C6lledFdr, the gapIng -
time after time' with eraies a landscaping' and repair nomination and election ssslon Mrs. Rodney Cott at Miami banks from whlcTt tons of .
[ing.accuracy, and on] his service I He .ta secretary of, I Monday night. Springs The Vie Worths are earth have been chewed out by

ers persistent Inability to Stuart Business Mens. Axm.1- I Other officers, and' directors !living with friends In Miami I Need'for expansion' and modernization Monday.Night on Flood Plan16COUNT1TAREA the Incessant pounding 'of the :'

II shots held the veterans ation, I chosen from various parts of the until the flood waters recede of the City of Stuart breakers. The owner flew down '" '

I from perhaps tielng 'or Last date to file Is,NOT 19 county,; representative ,of all 's underground drainage. system -.....-- ---- yesterday to take charge of the : '
f.ntlmied On Pugf TWO) pha&M of business here--ranch- was pointedly brought to A special meeting of Martin situation It was reported to The :

COUNTY SCHOOLSGET ing agriculture, business, and NEW RED CROSS' light Sunday morning when dozens cattlemen citrus News that moving of the paci'I'I
McCULLOUGHSOSPITAL : $9 113 FROMEDUCATION tourist activity-further 'empha.I of homes In the city found county grow ous. one-story residence was un'I''I
INLAUDERDALE FUND sized the broadening of the themselves In the middle of frog- ers, farmers and all others af- der consideration, depcndlng-on ,

I base" of the Chamber of Commerce HOME BIG HELP ponds and some !householders JOINS TO SEEK fected by inadequate water control the effectiveness of the present I II

Tallahassee.:Ths fourth Installment as "an all Martin County. ; particularly near the "Old Hospital In the area has been callA I operations to save the building, .

|and Mrs. R. B:McCuIlough of funds from the new organization." Pond" In St. Lucie Estates, for 8 o'clock Monday night at i Second to feel the terrific Impact i' !

Seminole Ave. are In Minimum Foundation Program D. 8 Hudson. executive vice TO GROUP HERE needed rowboats to get In and WATER CONTROL Martin county court house,Stu of the unusual fall tides was '
(rd Memorial Hospital In. Fund has been sent to the county president of the Citizens Bank out home Mr. and Mrs JameS t'the

auderdale where they were board of public instruction oi Stuart, was elected first vice-' A torrential 8-inch rain on the art.The I' H McOraw, Jr. ot( New York and 'I i
I last Thursday following a State School Sup Colin English president fringe of Saturday s "babv hur public rally was called by work began on sandbagging the \ l'eave

r cldent then as they were : has announced. 'H, C. Williamson, rancher whO "We are now far.better able ric.whichln. ; nd.'''d Miami. Rep Rowell Named To R('p, Marvin H. Rowell who will -ln .embankment at that ,

lite from Slu.rt0 PerrlneMcCuIlough r English said that the county Is developing some 17000 acres to meet emergencies and to carry left Its toll here where the city Represent County of attend organization of a ID- plan yesterday I II 1,1
suffered a frac- I would receive b total of 19113 In the Indlantown area, was on the routine work of the drainage has already been heavily CommitteeRep. county flood control committeeat I The beach: house at the estate "

I right elbow and upper armland this month, of which 17.298 Is selected as second vice-presi- Red Cross said Miss Mary overtaxed by 30-days heavy Okeechobee Friday. Rep Row- owned by Mr, and Mrs, Arthur i'
painful bruises and to be used for teachers salaries. dent Shackelford this morning, on an i rainfall Marvin H. Rowell will ell will r:port back,to this area H Shaw of Buzzard Bay, Mass. twiAi '
I He was painfully cut and $719 for transportation and $1 I- The new treasurer will be DavId Inspection of the new home for Flood waters from the Eldo represent this county on u new on the general picture-and all moved back from the shoreline '1'
d 1 about the face and chestis 096 for current expense Marshall, Stuart attorney Martin County Chapter recently rado Heights section and from flood control committee seet- local interests are requested to earlier in the week. O.her
( condition was reportednotorious' A total of 12757.147 Was sent Ronald' completed In Woodlawn Park I low spots west of Palm B'a-h ing to work out an overall plan present specific Martin county places reported to b* seriously
followingThepUaughter. to the 67 Florida counties this Cross of Anthony'sGrocery Road welled Into the St Lucie for water conservation during 1 needs, threatened until the seas subside -
.
$2,248,284 went for teachers was reelected corresponding OFFICIAL HERE Estates lake covering nearby drought and long-range steps to I
Mrs. Oe week; Robert T. assistant County Agent L. M Johnson are those of Mr and Mrs.
of St. Petersburg went salaries $138002 for transportajtlo secretary director of'Sheplar, tennis courts and coming within prevent disaster from excess waters I and Manager H B Kraft of UP Herbert T. Dyett of Rome, N. Y,
Lauderdale to be with I $324189 for current expense The new board of six directors csnp| a r tie e. Inches of the floors of the Oreen in flooded periods Chamber of Commerce are send- and Mr. and Mrs Harold C Sayleof

Plans to transfer them to and, $49892 for capital on which the retiring presi Southeastern Ares office,Atlanta Apartments ,and former Kubln Rowell, appointment w a ing out special requests for attendance Cleveland, Ohio.
has been
County Hospital have outlay dent.' Price' French, will *'rve giving vals.able property As flood waters there made public by Irlo Bronson of i at the session, which While the neral business
delayed because of condl- The next payment Is due on as a seventh, will consist of: assistance to the localRed threatened damage to these the, Florida Slat Cattlemen will be public and all persons g
largely
Cross and tourist picture was
pf .thj highways November 1}, English said R. 1.West Stuart, owner of the her when chapter the first hurricane Assigned buildings and adjacent homes, Association at Kisslmmee, who I interested are Invited. I unaffected, with steps being
aided by the countydrag of
Stuart Ice Company: Charles city crews stated that a meeting mcm-
for
In
taken preparation
struck his direction was valuable --- - ---
line worked until lam will
bars of the It-county group
Conrad Salerno building con-
ited 'Commercial Lodge tractor; C. A.Bill" Porter, owner In the feeding and sheltering Monday digging a 9 block open be held at Okeechob Frldaj Montsaxwa. Glades; Josiah! what most successful Is expected tourist to season be the in
of 1,200 at
of the Hurricane Boat Company persons ditch to Krueger Creek, and waters morning Ferris. Jr, Hendry; Luke the farm outlook WII"boggy"
the schools years
: Seymour Gidton, Jensen eauaty Sept. are now slowly receding "This special commute;," Rep Highlands; Ed f. Carter
and the road situation
ill Push Swimming Pool l as Beach tourist camp and ;esortoperator 17 146, and relief dispensing since aid to some Elsewhere In the city numer- Rowell stated "Is not a ca ttlemen' River; Sen. James A. .... has reached'crl.1I stage BO far
'eases flooded attested to smlth'l
roads
who Is retiring as president ous organization but includesall Lee; Rep Rowell, ; as the county financial abilityto I
of Jensen Beach Business The the need for larger culverts and Interests who stand to gain Olin pearce Okeechobee: is concerned
Mens Association; C 'D. Mc- structure purchased fora deeper ditches to take care of by water controlMembers ." Keene, Oiang": Bronson. make repairs
token fee Continued On Six
Civic Project from Witham Field l. ( Page )
jar Local Quade, owner of Stuart I Hotel I has been completely .remodeled flood conditions I for each county are ola; Sam Chastaln Palm Beach;
and Senior Counselor' of the covered with white asbestos City Manager L. B. Eurit stated Rep. Roy Roberts Brevard; Rep. W. H. Stuart Polk; Thad Carlton -
United Commercial Travelrs and is that the torrential rains Frank Stirling, Broward, John St Lucle ; and Ralph I
shingles attractive
[medial I sponsorship. of, achieve great success. here; and a H. Tllton who will The work extremely was done by- "have done three times as much O Puquls, Jr.. Dade Fred I Wright, Bemlnole THE TIDES
McQuade assumed SoLnd damage to our roads since the
Counselor
I Boy Safety Patrols at, Senior represent the'llobe area. Hodapp oil Robertson.
I school: and preliminary his new duties and after hurricane than was suffered' In
i A supper militating will be called
talk on the merits The remodeling resulted In a the blow." Formation of Salerno ,.. ... =- .
[for s major project thepn an Inspiring on Monday rilg14| Oct. 27. to be GroupTo fligh fm this lit. Lwho
40 by 20loot ..
production builton 'h. oewbimr
large and the room A number of residences Inks l1w k .4ifio n.
of a, new community) : of the order'st attended by old and new'officersand including kitchen where Xssl,.... Rl...i.r.J TI'..*. fw Ktws.114Point
ring pool m Stuart -gain-' benefits afforded every member directors, and the new board emergency low spots "will Just have to .*!* 1 h ar so ..I...- A" high
the following mem- ,meals may be prepared, wait for the water to go down," .A I b..so ..I...- rise k.. C0"wkir ;
live appointed Promote Area Is Planned
petal of Stuart% new will begin functioning, In.KovemThls and work shop for making band- I by W. U. slitirb-M
civic, group the United bers to serve as officers with him bar, city officials Indicated sine no
Icrclal .Travelerswhich for the balance of the council age and ,hospital clothing: a ditching system exists to take H. W. ... IsA..ld .
Is the first jesr'lyisey T.M. A.M. r.lI.n
*
large reception room,
storage
off the
f'dnesday, evening at 8tufteL -: year'junior COU)=Ior-joh-n'We8- oral that the new beard will assume room; lavatory; ,and 15 by 20- A tour excess of the underground A group of Salerno citizens Individual;; civic groups In each I o,16 A 0:47; Was u: : ::"i:i

I largest number of'mem- ley Martin: Past Senior,Counselor Its'duties, "In thy, green foot 'of fie* which also Serves asa dralnaga system showed all to will meet at the home of Charles M....... II Mtsfs II'I A 14.44,., I,Itt
William C. ,Annor( e'cre- without any carry-over debt. It ..bo'rdm.. The original be clear and working but Indicated i Conrad at 7:30: Wednesday eve area.Members of the P-T.A requested 110" I' .. nlOs 4:89: II
nee granting of the chart40re Was pointed out when Treasurer building was DO by 20 feet II for In reliefof (:w, : .I:Is 11.64S. ;:: mOet
in the tary-Treasurer Louis Gerald La that the present system nlng Oct 22, to lay plans Chamber aid .L I Is a A:"A
attendance. .t. poJnh J I Conductor; Kenneth Edward: Maw reported. that was. cut In half and the two sections I simply I Is not adequate to take formation of a Salerno civic or- bad drainage condl ions, the $:do 0,86 tJU
f Ifflcer'meeting roster to.'for reorganize Indian Samuel I Stllrimel I ; Page Harry more than $10,500 was collected joined with-.klll. with_ ", addition cars of the needs of a growing ganlzatlon based on the patternof building of a community dock,I THE \

I Council Ho/T30. William Hutto: Sentinel, Ronald la PIe year $9.537 IP 147 dues ot a porch town. Many low spots avoidedby the Jensen Beach Business and the? securing of long-prom- WEATHER R

Counselor/ Clifford M3-' C. Cross. and Executive Committee approximately' 1300 In delinquent Assisting 'Executive Secretary pioneer builders now have Mens Association ised safety signals at'a danger-
who local : Cecil Jobns Chairman dues, and additional $500 Shackelford Is Miss Dee :Kennedy residences on them, and It Is apparent The decision was oua crossing 11 --
J
organised the lot sale ol'the old Chamber ofCommerce pra'u: spokesman Vr elM P"t w-k so VsIIe,4kd byMe
I was chosen to succeed L.fit Ralph Chandler; Roy Jaootii who acts as 'receptionistand that the drainage system growth of a special by Chamber / pointedout N. 34-14 U. 8. W-tbW obeirrver.
City Manager Sen- Alfred Lee Mathers! Representatives building secretary will have to be enlarged to properly Martin County Chamber or that these objectives could GAP hidt, Ilt..rti r1s,
unselor\ Benlpr Counselor, as .to tb!;s Grand Council: President Price French and cope with emergencies'CONVENTION :: Commerce officers at Tuesday be'secured most effectively U T.Posivitire lkissibasomiLlassift ;.

tendered his reslgnatlnn C D McQuade, and William C. the retiring directors and offtc*. SELTZER: TO SPUrt HERE night's Salerno P-T.A meeting there was an organised citizen bilwastise
OWL 9 .n ISOet.
|* of business actlvltl's, Armor. ers received a rising vote ,of William Seltzer, district man-- PLANNED President Prle French of the group which could appear before II, "It V1.
thanks for their splendid efforts the for I the county commission and oth- Ori.I u'oOet.
In Committee: Ted Highlighting program
I Investigating H. B Kraft.
his him Chamber Manager ..
opinion kept
iwfor the 8. II "
during the : V Department Florida Public Health Association's er governmental bodies I:
y4anNominations
tendering the type of lead- Oughteraon, James H, Bruner.Walter tlje Leslie Bartlett, director, and 0.4. is S,
I he flIt the John were made by,* of ,Commerces' ,field'operation annual convention in I Ernest Lyons publicity director On motion, by Conrad, seconded OIL It .08 66

I'd in Stuart.. organization However, helit Entertainment: Committee. special committee composed!' ofT in. Miami, will be guest speakerat Tampa.Oct. 23-21 will b* ,talks each spoke on the general activities 1 by Harvey Homier, the P,-T. 044. tI .84 64
La- T. chairman Cecil by some of the country best .. 'A. went on record as favoringthe IMCHCS SAWA"ass. ;
clear to the members Harry Olaneof Lptrls Oufhterson the 12:IS p. m..meeting of the i of the Chamber -stress ...
|e' would meet with them Polnte. James MerrUnan, Kenneth Johns, and Ernest Lyons. All Rotary,Club at .Chlsholm's next known public health figures Dr. trig the fact that It Is a Martin orgsrdsidattempt.. Ori. I Iii' 1.841Also.
I All civic leaders of the eomI :
ember Stlmmell nominations were acted upon In* Wilson T. Sowder, State Iwalth I :
PreMed as a often chain as that possible.the :Reception Committee> Ronald dlvldually 'from the floor according ; Wednesday, It was announced\ officer and program\chairman. County civic organization and I munlty are Invited to attend Dot,, JI, ...ill;

of the. local council_ would\ (Conl//_ On 'tap Tar**)' J to the by-laws." : (his week : announced: this week can work /most effectively thru t the formation meeting OTAl5EMBER. ,..


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P\U TWO\ THE STtART NEWS, STUART, Mar County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY! OCT. M, Ml





I 16' : //t"\4 1\'';, Shipes.., Guidici Star in Rough l TiltJ; Miami Here SundaiCimENTION n




I - UNE ON PORTSS'Endicott '"
34 seconds of the game remaining .......'llI > CIII r.t.p
) SCHLDILEI I MORE ABOut'STUART skin M 4t sailed earthward bu t, Rein H...... 1.55 G G."U.I 1 J
I Tallahassee, bet I 18. The capped the march bj W. MaHartaiaa., 5555 G. U5N6.H. / VETERANS
I Southeastern Association of VETS I Ransom 'I'll ton came alongside clawing his way. through Endl .,, I'B ...... Hospitality i Left IE

I' to nag the deflection for the colts veteran lint team line w6U6lnl. iTV.ITW, _. D.
Uanr and fish Commissioner! Tk. .n. Cola*!. t. Mh'ptAroata. .
i aipi
I : II l + Will hold Its annual convention score :Shlpei then passed to from the 1 for the marker Snipes naor. Ur,rf,a, Howard III..an. GAINS
N (Continued! from page On). Paul Hardwick for the extra then flipped neatly to Fred ReinIn Dl.av.ad I fcNUICOTT: Burn. a_., Indelible Marion Visitors SUP on
at St. Petersburg Nov 3-4-S. DIrector I W. ........... T UnnMfoa I. Uiaia J.
point and for the next live the corner of Uw end eons for Ur. 0 Atolala, Hoklliaaa. Cu H, A
Ben
C Morgan: Game winning, the contest Rein topped minutes Stuart led T-f the 14th Stuart point. t, '.n...*
dud Fresh Water Fish Commission I Hv !- Bj ED MENNINGER, JR. OF
the Stuart ground-gainer* with Later, backed against their A few seconds more might hare .(' TT / 1 : t-Il HIGH SCH09l
salt I ) here<< today Time forbids the full telling of what wi shall call "The Ends l
: : OffleiatarWW : ***...
:
: goal line Shlpei attempted to made considerable difference In
68 yards hi 12 carries. .. BrHUlSTl4E". "
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; U. Cll" cott Story, but It will suffice to lay \week-long, SJOOD-mOa trip
kick out for the Floridians, but the outcome when Endicott ......; J"M Sulllwa. <* ._wal '
Hosiery Bargains I II' fchlpel passed for the tint: the past wu wild to till left rambled on the first play after bwa iii""._.. norJi: left an Indelible mark of pleasant mell1Ol'lelol1.be\ M of us field' ( .
Stuart touchdown and both L.
'f' ex Toe ipeedy Stuart griddersmallst the subsequent kickoff but tln\ who were there from Martin Count tor Sunday game Offered for J .

t'' \u.ns. _- II\ .,J.. sea. al. r.lnlwl Wows. ''tri1 1 points' 01lak, PlacekiCk' on the field Sunday, recovered elapsed before the veterans NA 54.. .10W4 Nouns $55't. 111A The welcome that the City of Endloott to s man gave and the Contest:30 ,.*
4k .1 sew .IWy' ,hie and Rein ,
smashed
M plays from
k A., ..ir. d ,....,. I, but was knocked to the could run a play. .....n. If IS overwhelming! hospitality that wa* unabated for the four days we
i I ._ II
the yard line for the second r. A..wp.4 11
P- 1.ADIfa'I HOSE .4 Ml'. Ur II to.i turf a yard short of escape from Th starting lineup and statistics ...... r .Nw! II h...., '*4 i*. .a..t w."win.l Stuart tally late In the fourth: the tone for a safety and EndlI on the game: V.... .ata, ..d _... by. U I 9Pw.a 1 morning when he Binghamton YMCA took us In with unexpected host' to the \ w '*"
I ,aria w lull.aiu4..>i.a ....b, c6..I, qwartrtEndlcott, the lead 8.T and ISY.MW .. Mlamf 1ft", .
I cott .
I "it'' .w. Fd Male.III I regained (. .. M (nt.t.M..S 1 II gracIousness until the departure at T p, m Monday In Endlcott Station eleven

''I \ I opened the scoring retained it thereafter STUAKT POST CNDICOTT. ......,_.. .1: 'iU. net one of us had k truly wonderful time There no other word on the !lark
/ ; MF64CO N -s with 50' I. a.. u Yawl :d. ) County High Il
dh 110. fa $1. a -yard drive late In the "f.W: <'hooJ neli
Stuart shortage of reserves ... .k _
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5. 6& ...kl. M.5 4y0II N. loT JW.Yoora for It. One hears so often of the famed "Southern hospitality/ ."
II' 6..1.4n1M.W ta.5.. Initial period that was climaxed began to tell a* the battle raged ..010... La a...... ., bkldd. ....... 8' 111Ppbk. p. m Sunday, It wti l
II I' M 0R S IVNk. b. Nn ..S1 Yore when Olno Ouldicl\ dashed ........ t: cW.a1.swh .. I' We found the North can be equally M good uu

I' .,J'tk\ .//w.kxr e.y W t..Lapf through right tackle from tbJ est In the of the third day quarter Stuart the"Chink"rough-, ".._ RO NT JAI R.5l."".t p'.1m Ait. 5..w.d S. 1 1vi. Due to the shortage of time between our return) and .the time definitely A l last nigh

)II f ,J I 2 yard line to score standing up. SJller: wa forced from the clash ToI"--------U 5.Nd .. Ua4_M BaaltlM .a1 51 of publication of today Stuart News. the whole story can t be told Statement by faiittia., .

,:,: '; N55. w. sL Irpwwhf The. conversion attempt failed with a broken ligament and, hre now. However, barring complications, look for a word and : win r. Johnwlrk that hhlrbal; ;,

f, t i' N. COD'S We Pay Pawl P.5Sou % tart struck back after see bone chip In his right leg mid StuartEndicott'Play picture review of "Tne, Endicott Story here next week. .It's t good authorities will lend fun IiIPIt

era liiUle attempts to gain'' way In the period and soon afterwards example for anyone. to the veterans' team ln elkq!

I ern Sales ShlN) ">s rM rned punt I yardsto Endlcott star tackle, The game, which climaxed the Urtag bs joanuy, was a well I' them \ue of the field tojJ

the Endlcott 44 and eight", Dlno Santacroce was sidelined played, d g-est.dog affair from alert t* finish. Many thought (Jacent dressing roonu is
b
.;.: mpanyI plays later he whipped a 10- with broken left collar bone as little of Stuart chance agaVnat that arts.* lot senl-tn t>uUI! teams home games i ilia .
I 1 vard, to Chari! Hall In the by Play featured
I 4 P O Sox ; x 0.., AH" ,pass y he attempt to stop Walter and when .It tanged ever that score In the tint gsar er, easily it the mwUiajottLV
l. 'nd mine Angelo Guldlcl. Gino'stlnlher Un County uZ
Rein. High
seemed in a same of our iweuMMilUons retunwd School
sense pre-gasM l
RNOX I.LJ!, rEHNeslrx
f ))1 and a star In his own the Assor-laUM: )
Late In stanza Endlcotl at the
ichwi\
But they didn't last long. Stuart pad this ctnutly' ether ill
',Sl right defUy\ blocked the PllJ' suddenly truck twice In swift FIRST QUARTER ---S PSsS555.55.455 to fsIisd nlgbt.
------ -- communities were rti>..ule. by M me* who bad their '
young
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... ... ..'
Hliian aad4rUd
Th. v. la* I
succession and the blows !t In
) seem < (. rn.* Ik* kirk<.M. Ja.. .... ... 1"- 5So.1 r.W ors! well-founded lde... O. teb final) sane Mpeet And a few, spiking recurrent nt*
: ( to virtually floor the visitors H.Ha .a ....arllr f.aiald lk. It B-oI. M. .. < IS to the contrary Johnnie
J' I yd .boot but *f>*uiid Irap aad rtwrn.d .a M55.51 S551 hds5."5b11k. nUnutes after Ib first touchdown these Ideas asserted" tltem..1' f I he ?
I With 21! seconds left In the quar.ter :W..r6.. : and his fellow
: SALE Olno Ouldlcbroke\ from II.riaH 1 rardi 4 '4a..lIMo. 8luar4'h..r' II.WalM. "11./IU4.Inarln .. .5I froia'akpra. a cwt w"J. ac.n....has.... aatu-4. par. .lth Walter Rein and Warren Shipes beading the m.rtb. fully In favor of tat odfclik,

'. HOME FOR three tackier\ on the Stuart 56 N.II ..d. I. Kla, altmvudtovat ,..... Aia.,lu. ... .to.ua tint score was actually a lucky one for Angelo Guldlcl was definitely tea* ",
I ..5 altM-livd ay BVI.I au4 .... r*> plvta. Out KdkfU. waa aff.ld uaHi playa Interfiled la In p."
: \, and raced untouched for a score .**a : U la* BI.,... Itrall tk* 44Cwd TD tba. got the end f his finger the M
I The conversion try failed again .. .. i lalarawptr.. ..1_' aaaf ..a klalawk pass no more t on flying nmnlty and "aunty, BU m.
.
\' 1 1I 6-room hue including (urn ure. Living Blxty-two seconds later In the 0, .rd k Kln.5aw51. ... Una'for UaldM Itarl allndfu loat I 55 5d .._,.. IS ,.nI. U Ik. Ka. skin' But JUiuom TUton. who bad little luck with puscatchingSunday \ Won was the-reo by th* un*

I I first minute of the late period, 8 and lava ....*.... Oaldkl. far It .0546.tL 5.as4 a.4.p6.054 05M -: :.1': 11.1,55 wu there &Uo and en the alert and aroused a terrific' roar lion' The vcteram agml i
...
room, din frig room kitchen I bedroom Jack Panaro covered a Stuart laws .and a rnrt aa th. tHuartUlaa a..s ... muartl, n. A pan kr V.6.6war ., all
IS. Ann.\: o.kd I.,6 .:: 5d .. .. ...5 aull'.._ f.Ird. to from the excited stands with his catch of the deflection that. fray expcnst IncunM\ ,
I fumble on the veterans 23 and ; ir.rk.d luard 1w I aa 0' I knotted I the count their use ,if r I he
bathroom wid screened port Lot 52 ft. I tint.* I.rh.. kut. a '_ft' dowa alu.i > rain. kut t..50l 1 pa.Md. tu Plum l"t II Khoolitti
I II I Joe Cords Immediately rifled a >t to ..k ta* tint dowa (alMraoavarvd .yard.*.aad 5 a st..latlar...i I.waa I.*"tkrowa*, karkrd aut ofkaimd. to I fluart defeat undoublably It attributive to lack of kuffklenltnnditlonlng ties and to pal far in; duu

i x 100 ft. A good buy at $7)00) 00. I par who 1ft-fell Joe: Wthed''..;,;norn An the tone Stuart for M I.5hw56v 5l..6.d 45 ,...... ... 11.4': _" tk. I.and(Ml.54.65(5 a pau lba kr Cordl wu. pnu wa. 'Iliad la
Nor i iyard. 655045 lM 0.4 MA.. t CMtU but t aad Fto.nl field I after tackle being missed, often with chance: to inflict towlder- oi
another 6 points The conversion h IM .544. A Ule6., draw. 1.5 1 aaal aluanrt waa km On the aaaoc'atlon'' prepini.
attempt for a third time war In Ina .SSW _4. 1 _.. S that, w. KHa .... waa 1 falkir/. .... a. able Ion on the Endkott ball carrier, and poor pass reception.The for tomorrow
EDWlARD night
IV1APP dun 1.. Htuart '1. KaiHk. ..... ..... bomtqtj
aa .bM fur s M Ik* In H.564." line play wa good, sligbly superior U Endkott s, but Eldeott -
vain. la, t and a. Ggulk. for a .... a flrald .iaulkr yai-4 aad H.ll ..1..... lur I aadi er for the high School ,
But Stuart tired team showed' ..ta. O no tfc.o a>hiud. .II yard t* S i flr.t down. Hklii.*.' ... ... lanml.t '* Mucking wa surer and Ala over-all play showed better co against Vero Beach
j tat Hlaart t aad en.h.4. .**. rlihl p.. and Luaca .lntMWPU.. tk. ..., ... Jotn*
; the partisan crowd that It still St-k.. Hi* a. REALTOR to..hdo... .. ..... n. d.I.. ...oat SI ., ..4 ,... The .
CNM..d It.owp.w day* star are almost too to here
had fight left. Late In the quarer ,..... fa .... pie,.. 0.5.e rWd'S.w-. lot I. '1'.. ...., tlm*. ant ao>t R...4I. numerous name George over all layout of tactile
P, O ARCADE BLt PHONE 9 It took the ball on down on 5,0155 pt.w6. .... 10.. .... 1 yaaa bat ....1_ wat arauadI Magos and Ralph Hartman and Horace Arnold played well/ 1 In.the reported that approiimildj I

I its own 31 and led by fihlpei II.....' 5,61.6.5: I. It.art .. I.665 C..1.0Ib411wd..n.I ? /6..APa.0.564. .aad Stuart line and Billy Smith played his well-known bang-up game additional teats will b< m

( deadly passing rolled swiftly U q.,....,. 1006.0 N.rt...... tnbb.d rawd 65 Oh.7..b..... ISto. Rb_ laMd.,. IM Howard tat I* at his guard post although admittedly not up to par Dlno Oianvtouros for the next game bcit *
I .... .
t yards In 10.\plays.to pay dirt with ..1651.16
j. I......S h 501P5 151 .Iae.wNS5... 5.5 .W........,......far,....1..yard* an, aad. II.. .flrat.- tan pa.iUd their line jobs Cecil Estep was a blocking demon for the hcwtj make It possible to teat i M,(

54,6. pant. 1. th. 61..11 55. ,.. .....k_ 'liat 4... aa tk. 1.41.: and no man fought harder than Walter Rein for Stuart more for garnet hen. DIB
SECOND QUARTERJ. .til. II I..'. .. II ,... to tk. rSH.wit Tickets' will sell at KeaftL
.. 505
I La.i. 1.051w S kit nni > But tops of them all Jensen
J were Beach Warren Bhlpe and
T w. NXa aackrd IM4 d sit
,
Kwlloou.JT ... p..llsd 16 adult and 40 cents lot
pie ,
I \Ir 1a. tMtkda5P at 1155. Skip 1 .' aauM that Olno'Outdid wp'ople
: .. |. ur .n...l.. koldlnlHklpM '. .w1..el-hlpped, ground-eating of Endlco.t! Shipes'passing .
,, t' a la bruuxkt Ik* nlni .oolnt Season tlrkttt mi
iMC too* S.5.0..6.'sd r.Iw.d 5w .., Kadloutt" It ...... 14A had the fans agog particularly In the last quarter while
1- H 5 r.,... to KnolcolH 44rakt ftoUb. 0.1410H.II'. kkk.ff. andlatoraM sale now at the school Inn.
tknxmk. Oft ntH. for It .r* to ,..1,.. wk. '.....M t*. Guldlcl was a touchdown threat every time he handled the ball.! 'toclatlon members and it soils :
.5dSNM .>... W. krin .r..k.clx .. Wd.65.i1.. A. buldM fuaikkd m ... At times h seemed limply Both
; unstopable boy performances
,, ,,1'I .; .nd rlnkl mi lot H mm ..d *mik. a.Bt pie, a.d Biuartu ..r..el 5. points In the Stunt.is
-' .' ... flr.. <.h>.>. .... Sat t 5.. u 41 tk. !.._ ........ were top-notch. It wa worth the 3.000 miles to sea them. f ness areaHER .
tho Kltdlcutt, It. Hat mrkrd. tk. Hi. -
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II Ii E f,. I .d ..... ..' to 01,6. do.. .... -- -
1\,\ ,t S I.'... MM (5 t.. .. Res' .. ..t..4se'r,5
.
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vain. Htuart diww aa _" aa
,. : ; aad inua ky KkliM 'Ml la*"*.
i, :;; i Wow. kul auolarr akiaa arlal. ta Hal
,la eke .IH| la* *a> d'lrtd ky AL.14.

'((1 t, : ... I If" .....twwkduaa.law tar araia.. I,of It Kanuai.f Ik* .Iliumfor *...... O I I I II

e I IIh...' aa*. t* ....1 .......... .talaadtk.
''I .. win Y6....

tf"1!f": '}1: The follqiofyg gram. ,Stuart. t.. .Endtoott... (
Eating Places I .U. took Ik "' aa tIN I aa<
......*.. in yard. U. "....101 mad I .,vw IlAa
St lankl and Loirli.k.: aiadr t aa
.. f.'jJ:"I" .10,_. ,a...trat...itk Ik*...tlrla.. >Ulaa' Saart. U.ldlol liaraiMriaar IS A 4-UNIT DIESEL FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE NOW OPERATED J 1 MEN ((1 ENGINEER;AND 1 FIREMAN)

:' I.. II 665t. flrat duB a.Kail .
Stuart 5. 51.5,5 45. .k ....d. Aaavtoflual. .
C.dl", ,. ,.N 0.d Suns pass
I .. ....... ,. ".. .. aaia*<
I : ', SI ( and lara pumr .. ,... ... 45.Ohl. .
: ,_ .....aH ... 066. 5 .'ds I I'T
R' 'bo atwo IL lib I,.. ..., 0 5.6 ..54toe. L
I .. si /u.W. w4 .lows T ...S .,.. .1.
.... .
I *ry. H allnapt** ta aaat frM.tk
.ad soar aa tic .... ., kut *alr .
psi .
I 1 Uua" H....... i ... ... wild Hi kbIrlt '
... .._ ... 110... ky IMtUriua !
'Well la IInd. ...* fur a .aftyNear .
t, CqoBerate with .' ".d''.... 5. Stuarl, tO .
-Uuidirl, u... Hall* kkaaff. t... t u .. VWWtSUa.." '
1 Ik Stuart IS bark II yard* hi tka Sta.
I ,... ... ..
K.l
'I sir art 44 balud Car caia
: 11 but A. GuMM ..... 4 tka. lot I. EaUaaau .. 2 BRAKEMEN AND CONDUCTOR COMPLETE T CREW OF THIS TRAIN (/,. w I
5a.. aa iraad. aad II..uart tort.. .'"
: oo dowa. aa ,IU awa 41 W. .... |......
I :\ k.t tka ....* waa '.twwW ky Cardl 1
\ and rflurmd S rods. ta 4k. Hluart 41
A ,..* ta Sr.l .*.1., aoaatd I.. '
14 yard.* aad f rat dowa and aaotkvrIron r f A CAR P0* 55 MRN NOT N.50.0L
II I la GwMIrl u >,al a.'ld Iaior.
i. ., kal: -IJI. waa / ..* fur a egad
I rQ1J ... ...THlilD QUARTER on"'d

E..U.II .VSk "511'. 01.16.. ? ..Ie
1 054 51.4 5a..60.64..1 00554. 6.6
.510. ".ll.hff .....'0'" W. 55.U.6. .
to't > lft tarkl. aad .... -rIki .
1' .<4 1 In yard. A5... G......l ....Md. for
A ; I ,. lit...,,'. U sad UIM 106. I ,.
: ; II... .... A.... p.n54 k. 1 .

Saillk Ruart silo, M I aaa1 yarda tllaa aad 5..Lp6.. tint dawaaa b. I -BUT THE UNION LEADERS WANT V EXTR SITTERS" ON THIS TRAIN n i 3 ENGINEERS, 3_ FIREMEN,

tka Btuart 14. ..UoIo .... Via. k BRAKEMEN AND 3 CONfViOW. TO GO ALONG FOR RIDE AT FULL& PAYIItsto
In the of CuldleJ .'k llrkH for I yard kal tw* THE.
_
Preparation Special .: ,
1'
*e ** i iMiafa falM I aad Slaarl lookawr I
.
aa dawa*. II I
o. <. pw pits 5.46.6.5: I .*. .6551.
0 ae II ...... .., ah/p.! .. .... ..1. |In_
rtf wiiuw ky R.S.Y .. Stuart. 41 wkanh '
: "* .... UrkM i la ia-dlataly.. ky TIt_.
t Menus for "MEATLESS TUESDAYS"and Olaa rut fur 4 yard.. and b.... for ,
j r.... Ilnt 4..... -.. >.1.* _hi./ interef to know a atauttliis proposed .i

ti'd:' ,5,41.6.1 A.:,:: 9.51551 bwk. tap IS S rs.d.bat 1.P55i. your p pa

,.
1.II. |atre u4 5 56I 55 tk* Stuart

Tom. .... kj ahl... red gillkrIT .
B I : 0UL YLESS WUftSDAYS"All .. .... .... ..d alur .gtrMalnufl.14.
.. ........<>. flnl .. Ladtrott .adla !
110.. elves,, SmS' pw.d.U. ,.
.. UuWIA .air N hi. 11 .d '
< raw.6.. II r.d. w 5 '.k. ......., ..beddingJ.
Sww 5x4. I 0. 5(5.1'1 II as 0ls.
d..4 II ,.... ,.. Inn/ do.... 16.
>r* 8h'an HM>rrd luaibM .*a Ikt

1A q# who desire o cooperate witMthe admin *a%...II..... srjrArxs.1. ?.

11 u I yard aad a rirat .... Tw ..._ by
Blitp** wro .laoMnlt. but ,... Hart
istration's currAit t food saving pla\s be _.. mad I ta th. kadlett 41 h opwiRaOnMMfa ,
1 i i a' may Kniluib' .latrmtd Bkto*., a**. aa For sheer featherbedding, this mock 'Where Will TV Money Com*Promt' mcrt.- No other! course
(h''U It and m bark U tka II .
t I buMM ..... 4 yard aad NUk Aaat L.eosATto551054.5.OI.aas..d work proposal take the cake. But it Do Not Bun For
When will all Se from
money com I
.
assured that wtiwill have special rrVnus pre A.1. d aad Olao aala tor 14 aad a ,I Is only one of 44 "rule demands filed topaytheeejal ? total Employe Atone ,
i They
seT.
i ia
lint. dawa. Lanta ,..tW1 ..]
yard benefit
Claa. OuUM. .... off .....''. rlaMad by the leaden of the operating unions fame i at m the railroad* Railroads an operated! for the

l'I I pared from whi h you may make yovr selections :r..In.kIIe1.. .ta' .wara' .14..'yauda* wr.Is fat a tawkdowa alUKpt If all these demand wen granted made bi l0as or ,oak. fa WI. of not one, loci several group-* I

: would cost the railroad! added .. .tack- '
Sewn ladlaatl. 14. .... t.r. ,they an In July;tbs 'filed aatppU'it 'pen pawengert .*&* ,
a... fuatbM. th. klrkoff but ya.a BILLION not 4U A TEAS public. W
: on request! >..- .. Ik* B...rl It Hall aaukd. cation for incrwied rate to boldm and the general i
luff t '..... .. Ik. ..*.... ...... all must be BrvedwdtUtcannotbedoneunletor.il I
close th which dated beintent of
rOURTM QUARTER: Increased W.,", Too ftp. n
t r 110I. f ua.bla4, aa tk. p.4od'. a5.1pop -
i '+ aad Pteara ra.a wad far Cndlntlfro. : tweet wag nd nuterilJ cost*, and
: ,,, ':< .taarta. 'On of then "rule" 'the and eCII' I
q : J''r ILA pu. Cwdl Utka top changes, lauroad nvenu. &ncVen it bu JQadleaa operato effioenUy
.1 I 4. ""J" ';...,. .. I aad airfaa tltow"
I I I A I .w .iIII. ,... leaden of the operating union hv ofVrthtr and onlet they art
Iw.w.r. IL.In?ol w ....II...'"! additional been >necessary, beau* In nomlcdly, *
filed an demand for a wage to pro
.' 1 1f.'I amp in wage and mateM cot*, to am sufficient menu
Inert***of over 30 per cent If granted ervlotU
.. to supplement I that petition od to the kM of transportation
thi would U added cost to the rail-
an
'
ask for an.additional 'frtigbVrit* :'country, Kvn uv

CHISHOLM'S CAFETERIA DANIEL'S SUNDRIES load. f4OOOOO.OOO year..
r. I

v 6 f4I8OOOooo) T* N"OPeradll'I
:

t w ST.. LUCIE .RESTAURANT STUART DRUG CO. lox m PHONg 5455Vtl Employe: I '

e u rLa In..addition to this;' an' Arbitration 1

I I ; f ASP Ise TILE Board .ha jut granted. a wag in TERN RAILROADSI I
H' ALEX ''
1 DINER A.l.Solna crease of}6H cent! an hour to th mil..
v Ie
fl Ae Lew M lion employe represented by th*. 17 '(

non-operating union*. 'TU* will 0 osFtb
15 }
l' b "''I lraeespW.+..tIIJo.--.llllktrllhy. ,, .; ,
5 -!laOroad-* Nee,ooDAoO l_year., _la* laud bout matUn wbleb an ImporUnl to .r5AS5tr41a5.. "" .

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THE STUART SEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT 18, 11 7X PAGE 'TIMES, 'o ,




_ SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY" I





Tigers Open Home Card With Vero Tomorrow Night ; I



_. ., ..._ 1 ._ __.._.._.n.n. ..__ .1.1,
.1 -- 1 I -A. '
;(iaOR MOVIE AVAILABLE4i I schools and other'lntereltedlrou If !'

full-color 10-mm motion for showing Without: FACES DUQUESNE INVASION SATURDAY ....1 Ro bury, :Roscoe Rollins, R C, R. Lowery, Jr. Joe Contlnenza, jj
RAIN BLOCKS 4 WILL PLAYIN 1
,nctur film* "The Making III charge, the SporUmen'i Service '. .. Johns, L B. Eurlt: Coach Harris, Otto Kubin Charles H. Kindred, j J,| II
which
:;ntertalnment hooter and provides Instruction Isivallable Bureau, 543 Lexington Avenue, I Barre Pa. Robert 8. Hill, H. A and Dr, W C Barr, j F FWIVM

to aportimen' clubs New York 18, advised I today, 2 TRYS TO PLAYIN IRC GAMESINDIAN I : .

-- \ AND MOTHERS Of DRIAKIND tIK- ::

FORT PIERCEStuart RIVER' CONFEKINCEW ALCOHOLISMWHITI 1
NEWEST !
RELEASES 01 III.' I"L T* I.PrtIfcounn two. .........IJ Ta.Nd ,11II ... W.. of N.Pee.. is. I ) .

[ictor, Decca, Capital, Columb :IMHT unvllto 1 I"t :s I Hot so: w....CROSS tot .._HOSPITAL Has .t
Eleven' Works e lisa Cmtri)
on t.w I AVMM St. P nfcutf. fta."DINE .
...
... G.llio \ i
tajestic, King and other labefs. Defense Unbeaten to Vero Stop OkaseA.bw. LAST WEEKS N aEsULTSKtu.rt 1 e .... t'I+


Also Alubums il Fort rttrtf, _.......*. nix.I.Ml. \ I,'
The MartIn' County fifth >t Coco*. unr.ne.t.tVs ,
KMot ... MilbmnwTOMOKKOWI .. and DANCE"AT
TfcE School Tigers, rained out on GAMESVrnt ;1 ;t
.
RECORD P two ,successive nights for R..rk .t MTUART,
their in Fort Pierce .M.I..m. M I OWM, t.
Lyric Tl\atre Bide. Stuart game .M.. II."... of 1'11..11''

last week end, will Initiate n4tu-hAw'.-....., ._., OWo.a.....1
their home schedule, with iEYMOUR'S/ ;

powerful Vero Beach at 8 to- Two are the Indian ,

N Under Personal SupervisKn of morrow night on the high River Conference card for tomorrow -: TASTY, DELICIOUS TOOD

EARL B. DUGAN, school field. night as two of the three !
Owner The Tiger-Eagle game vies leaders currently tied seek to \ Mixed Drinks-Beer on/ raft /

STALUCIE 6AR the billed heavy for Friday rain It night was shifted and after to> ward position off challenges to their HEAR,GENE ON THE SfLOVOX fEAKS' I. r ril"

to be washed
Saturday night only '
confer'
Cocoa will Initiate Its TrP'
LUCIE RESTAUR/NT out again by a torrentialdownpour. ence play as host to Melbourne, and SEAFOOD +
'
I LUNCHEON AND DINNbf There was no positive one of the trio, and Tltusville, > t il": '
OUR SPECIAL 1
decision date.Vero
yet on a nw
UNDElV SUPERVISION OF 'ANDjf TIIMAS another of them, will be host to : J "
victors! successlvifly 10
\ SUNDAY Eau Qallle In the second IRC Jensen &ach SfYMOUR GIDEON 'I"'
far St. South Broward
cLice over Leo
Line of
LIQUORS, WINES tilt for both squads Stuart, the
and Melbourne, own a proud Owner t .
third leader, 'will be host to
i a\d CORDI string of 14 successive garnet '
,.
strong Vero Beach In a non-con I
without defeat. The team'iground

power Is paced by tail ference game and Okeechobee ......,.._ "P >k .V Nyf t l .rM n .o f"0' 5i .'0' serer\.a t .1k'J e"51s T* 1''1 :
back J, D. Calhoun ] has an open date l -
wlthspayi Cocoa, despite Its unbeaten W, D. 'DUB' GARRETT .. t ::1.
ANT being run from single wing formations I
YOU GOtoRONG
C with an unbalanced record In three non-league tiffs Garrett, -foot, 1-Inch, 28-lb.. senior from Dundee, Miss, li INE !. ,

line. The early season loss ol so far, Is considered a slight un- captain and tackle of the 1947 Mississippi State College football ,

enY u Bill Rymer who had been counted der-dog to Melbourne while pot- team. He Is regarded as the fastest. man In the Maroon line, and 1 :
Tltusvllle rates the edge over: il'
Visit Meeffour yfient on to carry much of the offensive ent handles the kick-off du\i i for the team. Mississippi. l 'State And
Our Store i
Ef Staff, and See the Inexperienced Eau OallIe. Vero'sundefeated / /:
load appears to have had -will be host.to Duquesne University of Pittsburgh in State College
Large Variety of diw forces have the nod '
JJercru Bought to Suit
little effect the Yarn's attack
on ,
Miss. Saturday
r N ds. Rymer was sidelined by on Stuart. I DVMCEBlul ;
'I''I''I.
fractured collar bone.

As a result the Tigers have Baker Post
BESS HAlfcrfVARE CO. spent this week working extensively Dewey 'Wells, Phyllis Legion k\ at the

on defense both on .. '
:
Otceola Ave. N. Phone 38 the ground to try to stop the Winners in Skating Contest Fetes Junior 'f''
heralded Vero drive and In theIher
(
air the visitors tomorrowalso loose '
i ,t --I"; although -- ,I
'
are reported Baseball TeamTwenty
Winners in the Beyer's SkatIng Morgan, 4th In the finals, came !
they have not been ii
back after a fall. 3 Mils South > U. S. 1 f I
forced to resort to this offensive Tournament last night weremen's :
ANOTHER Phyllis Baker, women's division m I I, I' ;
method much yet this season division Dewey Wells, winner, showed courage and members of the junior Tigers Herbert Kraft and Ar- lit $50 Skippy Elsenhour, 2nd I ,
Wednesday
; stamina, winning IS laps\ PAlkAGEJIOODSSteaks,1Chonein I,
thur Henry both are out with baseball team, sponsored by
e month Bobby Titus, 3rd and 50 buck&desplt.ean
pass; -
new Injuries and Coach Charles Harold Johns Post 62, American and j'' :
REAB shoe skates: and Johnny Morgan injured foot. Zealous skatingfan
Kindred was not optimistic on
Invested Legion, and their guests with
she Immediately tie "
the chances of either being In 4th, shoe skates Duplicate ChickeMin Basket
: I $20 In a 90-day pass 19 adult sponsors and visitors '
actionthis week despite the awards went to the 'om.n'l division I
Elizabeth Oste-n, nightly at- I Ent&tailment
which both! were entertained by the post at j ; "
capabilities
helpful
RfcAIN winners, Phyllis Baker tendant at the rink, will get in atf .
the Lighthouse
a banquet\ ALllD/1
possess. I lets,Elizabeth Osteen, Jnd! ;' and .free 'for ( months for placing OPEN SUNDAYS
Sept, 27 with Jim Kennedy, ath- :
Eileen Feson, 3rd.Theyttournament. 2nd; and Eileen Feson. 3rd, won ;
DODGERS TO PLAY
Was held 1 a beautiful pair of shoe skates letic chairman, as master of
Ir> perfect c JKlition. jfcny extras.' !; SEASON FINALE HER '"' Monday,, Tuesday'and Wednesday All runners up will enjoy a week's ceremonies He has served also ,' :

nights,with Tuesday's semifinals free skating. of the junior team
jJftson 24-Eot The Stuart Dodgers, winners as a manager t
1941 Forest Sport Fisherman packed with thrills and Special Children's Races will
of 11 of 18 games during the this season. Enjoy YourFAVORITE
/ Bill Hardwick. Stu- be held Nov. >, with shoe skates,
past summer, will\ play the West surprises Highlight of the evening's I
with ray PhanHm 125-h.p. Palm Beach All-Stars baseball I arts skating star, had a series season passes and cash as. prizes. DRINK
I of bad breaks and was eliminated Try-outs are held every afternoon program was a talk on junior I 0,0141f
team at Little Dixie Park at 3
Sunday afternoon In a season along with C, H. Hardwick from 4 to 6. A children's! baseball being promoted by LegIon ti >- e' From Our Ii Ii't

Pricld finale. Admission will be 75 and by Bob Titus, who came In 3rd Halloween Party will be hold posts throughout the nationas 1 I
at .$31300 35 cents The Dodgers defeated In the finals Dewey Wells, who from J to 5 p. m. Saturday afternoon a feature of youth activities. F'F. 3 r t 1

the All-Stars four times In five took the finals for a crisp $50 Oct. 25. Speaker was MJielle Platt, Jr,
1 1C
meetings during the regular season bill, was"tops" In form all three Although the rink took a batIng West Palm Beach, rated as "the ARtS il I I'I
LL .STUART 3 nights Tuesday evening Skippy from two hurricanes. It Is most traveled professional baseball :
Elsenhour overcame a tumble to back In A-l shape and providing player In the nation" for

TRAILER SHOW lead his team to victory! and Stuart and adjacent territory his appearances In many foreign ., Prepared By 'it iti

Miami.-The house trailer' or copped 2nd Wednesday Johnny I with appreciated recreation countries: He! was accompaniedto '
1
Marine SVvice trallercoach will reign in all Its Stuart by his father, a native 'ommyTASTY i (;
Stuartf \ *
postwar finery November 2B to of Martin County\ and 9th District "
December t when the Miami United Commercial Lodge chairman of junior base j

chapter, Florida TraUercoath I ball, who also spoke, and Ouy W. DELICluslANDWICHESDAcinj ij. I'
1
Incorporated Dealers Association stages the (Continued From Page/( One) ReV. Father Geary new council Legion Powers of post.the West Palm Beach :: 1)1\)
Miami Trailer-
annual
seconj! '
made inspiringtalk.
chaplain, J'
an
coach and Sportsmen's Show. at Cross, Frank Cohen, Rev Deary, William Armor who was Nell Bishop entertained with WHEN TRAVELING slUTH STOP /r'I:'I'ITOMM
series of Bllght-ot-
I Miami Trailer City. William Meggett.Correspondent. I appointed Past Senior Counselor hand a mystifying tricks and extemporaneous >< .)

to Official has been a member of Fort In. ; '
testimonials by each guest
Magazine, Kenneth Stlmmell Pitt Council of Pittsburgh pa.,:, eluded both Serious and lighter 'S BAR ,i' a'
Publicity ,Committee; HarrisLowery. for the past 25 years. Ha spokeon vein contributions t''

Jr., Kenneth Wright his long experience In the Team members and their 12 Miles E>uth of &art \I'I '
and Harry Olancoff. order.It CLOSED SUI AYS TILL I Is 1
ole Senior Counselor McQuade offered Is the council deslre2to2form guests George Included Fletcher Jim Cline Hutchinson, Sam, 0. r.A Hltkmii I Hw||>. at. t. 11a Ithe H... ..?.. ,I

an for approval and accept a ladles club and all mothers,I Whittle, Bert Clements, Harris __ l 'j'
ance of the council a prepared wives and daughters of members Wall, Bob Johnson, Eugene I I
"1 monthly magazine to be published are Invited to Join They Smith, David Donaldson and

In the interest of U. C. T. will meet on' the same night. that Bobby Longbottom, all guests, : !
members which will be mailed to the Indian River Council meets and Peter C. Barr, Donald L. TOlXIIGHTf f
vil Heaters every member of ,the United and the formation of thclub, Bowden, David R. Callen Billy ;

Automatic Commercial Travellers in the it Is hoped, will be completedat S. Hardwick, Lamar D. Howard,
State of Florida as well as all 'the next regular meeting(.on Paul M Isenhour, Robert L 'J

hotels. Georgia as well as many the last Wednesday of Novem- Johns, Harold B. Miller, Paul Jf THE I ..*
other state councils will receive Mlspel, James W. Pettit and I

copies The purpose of the pub- ber."Stuart can be proud of an organization I Charles, Kemp and Kermit s

Clean Heat.Ji lication to keep all councils: bet- of this type,said Mc- Tucker, members of the team. VICTORY '
ter acquainted with the activities Quade. "It Is now deflnately entrenched Other local men present included |ARTEXIRUS ,, \

of Indian River Council and Is a part of the L. M. Francis and his

Odov. and also keep members of the I civic and fraternal life of the guest, George McLean of Wilkes
to Items
local council Informed as town. Noticeable to a large degree I
of Interest from other ooun- was the lack of creed or

Ev Temperature. clls. The name chosen for the I class distinction, all for one and .' I
I
The
magazine was The Tropics.
one for all being the Important
,., 1. personnel of, the publication will i spirit that seemed to prevail"The
Economical be-: Editor, C. D McQuade. Advertising regular meeting night was I
AT E PIANO
mIn Manager, Kenneth changed to the last Wednesdayof
.n.r,,' Stlmmell, Assistant Advertising each month.' Refreshmentswere

Manager, William Meggctt Circulation served to all present. P e 2496 Box NO 277 :
:
) Manager, John Martin, RO BE I, FLORIDA Enjoy A Co unity 'Song ,Fill With
:' Stock Treasurer, Louis LaPonte. -:--
KEEP: LABOR
WOULD
One of the highlights of the ct.wlaton.-The United States All Inds jr Friends jlADDEDiATTRACTIOr
evening was the proposal of Senior !
immediate Installation t Counseloi McQuade to sponsor Sugar Corporation la appealing Cora sale Marble,
the Stuart School Safety Pa- to Washington for permission and to Qu Asphalt and ,
retain about 1,000 Jamaican
trol. It met with Instant approval ubber t
Barbados Negroes In Its cane ,
.
Plast' Aluminum
ad
Stlmmel a
and Kenneth .
There ia In.
fields this winter.
ARE NOW- member of the council and officer sufficient local labor to keep U Tile !
will cooperate with Erwin .tftjhe' mill and the 'Tile fo and installed bt
F Johnwlck Supervising Principal : cane going FI ding sad EVER\ UESDAY NITE 4 4X
management has been-Joined by {
?
DON'TfVAI' FOR COLD WEATHER: In the successful work to the Union In: asking that the Fin, leg .,

be undertaken by, the students foreign laborer be permitted! to us Cl nine :RUSEL ,,i ffto

selected for the patrol.Senior remain through'the'cane harvesting SPA RITE ODUCTS

Counselor McQuade season. & SERV t, *',Piano. '. fJ'

proposednear-future plans, with be launched city assent ,'t% '*''WITH SNGS OLD AND NEW, f,3
Books Abraham Lincoln studied Our nr represenl iv* in
Halli

; Electric: Service built, for where a swimming the present pool lake to be U ray'sEnglish Included DilwortVi'rentier Speller, Pilgrim'sProgress. Mur- artist) Ceunty Mj] 'COO ilNG DRINKS in '.- .

In front of Fourth Street Log '
Cabin. Various fund raising activities Aesop* Fable, Weem I GEORGE KEITH ">Qt 1ilit""lf ei .1 M'101W
% "JACK" ;
Office/Arcade Phone 13 by,
Post ,were I sketched for the Washington, Scot&..Lesions, and rtin,County Cleaner .

project. ...J......___ the Kentucky Preceptor,
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I THE HOUSE BUILT UPON A, ROCK By COLLIER<) BLESSING OF:RAIN 'IIIN''. "1'1111111I-.111I111111111111111111111111111"'' . ;'

,1\\ mle} tuarttJ\ (Ocala Star Banner) I WITH, THE', OTHER"EDITORSUIIHIIHWimmimHHIIIWIHHrHHWtHIIIMIimmiIM .

'Some ofIS are disposed to do a little complainingabout : !.! ) t I
1 I the weather When wilt )jt t ever stop raining We : ||||||||||||||||||||| ,**

I Published every Thursday at have heard this question very frequently of late. It might i TIM. TO PRUNE. AND PLArJT''
I N I Martin : / to the of weather other By C. S. I .
Stuart County, Florida sYA / help if we gave thought kind people Miley :,
!,' I! s by Stuart Dally New,,, Inc. a I ltllMl dal Npejs > I are having. i' (Fort Pierce News Tribune) ,

Florida corporation.Entered I Iq Y London itports thousands threatened with starvation WHILE THE STORM.and the cleanup ,
"J' as second-class mall because drought is choking Europe, blighting crops touch afterward '
\ )II l / matter at the post office at ing off forest fires, drying up milk and water supplies, still fresh in our minds, ,we'd\ like to call attention .SV\

j ;tl. I I',' yr Stuart Florida, under the Act I IIi and adding millions of dollars to post-war costs. Our own WI laid the other day, namely i ''That we could
'
i 1 of March e, 1871Th mid-western states have been broiling under''' hot skjes lot of grief from such blow by ,keeping our avoidh-h'

!' r : A FREE PRESS U YEARS OF SERVICE Corn and other crops have suffered severity, causing shrubbery properly ,pruned and "'trimmed. in L
.prices to rise and adding to living costa
and place-and now's a mighty good time \to '
(
do I
Rtu.rt 04.11 l N.w. wu. we..wt" Florida this summer has been just about the most it' *
1 i I'd 'of 1)M) fltuari 1 comfortable state in the U. S. A. It has been cool becausewe *! j,
i .
,
'u A FREE PEOPLE l ubll h 4 In Blu.rt. A>rU U. :
t ? wbl.d 1111., ;:ioUil t 4Miuvb .. have had rain.NEWS A WIDE-SPREADING tree whose limb reach far \ a 117' Tb. Blu.n Onllr Nrm from the trunk or whose trunk reaches
I? =====:.On.oQo--QGo: higher than ttJ'
.; .caOQO: : :
coy. fo' d lr ... size of its body and root system %
,:
I'I I r \' dltlnn WM fornwlr M the cuI'afely ;t"big
''J d.tb. Florid. tto. support In
lo
; < crimmiifumniiimiiiiiimtiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiim
t '. .T.,- ..- and COMMENT blow is much more likely to suffer severe damage 1 iJ ,

r, : I.\ ', M1 NNINqpa: .......CI..I. ....._ : a rtorm, particularly If the wood'ohould be brittle ;
I. t.. 1 I I LYXINaw ,M.' ._ ..- Or :::::::::i rfMtjjij__._ inng.: ':=::::: innai:=::=0=0 ; as iha f
I of some trees like the ,royal poinclanna is If
w I, SUBSCRIPTION! RATES I SINNED. Ate some meat stew"bn Meatless Tuesday, ,An i believe It take ride you| dont j '
town and
a over )
I" ,,' \ I, tl I "n" v... "Of Y.t y..... .,55.05Ii,1 egg on PoultrylesD Thursday Maybe, in defiance, now i see what happened
!i: ; 1.i. that I'm in.Ip\ only neck, 111' eat that extra slice of bread to many of that sort, On the other hand* if they had bees '*
: r N 1 khm.n 6. appll.aln. nIi'n.e.ent re..e.e. tho right
;
t I,,::1 t / :' i"nl:: MX eh/"Ilen.bl..XYnrlle..nt./ one's supposed to save each da-for Europe. pruned back even within a year or so, they undoubted)!
;" .1 :11 .I I'r..t h..rlpa4.IX.hlltk. +d I, (hi (a, r.XUblh.INX I I.t all gMra i
, : would have been more storm-resistant, for the'
1 I ',/" MEMBER OF TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1I I, THIS,, PAPERS say Harry 'Truman had tomato juice,' branches would hardly have been twisted eff pruned

\ .... ." ,\ ,Jh' \ '' ',t<,I \',... I I. tnl"XM, ...lu.I..I, ii 'h ... re..X.hlt..tl.. nr all (hiI44 oatmeal, toast and coffee for breakfast. So what? 1 in The is true of as they wen '
I l 'iJf .. i. Iha .."...._. ..11.. .11 liP ..". .I..h.. Are we supposed to break out\ in flashy bow ties?) many cases. same top-heavy shrubs and '
I :'! ': tEAii' '- -- bushes, perhaps even more so, for they frequently
!9'I'
MEMBfa AUDIT OF CIRCULATION arenas
! able to take an abnormally blow .
.1., :,(.hlntlllllnillllllllllllllllllnminlnllllnllllnlnnlnminlnlll l i i mnlllllnnllnmls PARDON the pip,, Stuart and Martin County will get damage strong without erioni'

,! I' fd' Rita"'fh I wiNd Iew a i 4L04 just exactly much meat hen fruit and bread as are put I a e ,

V' ,' Worthy of Meditation ; / Aoufa; asid d' find aot.t en the local market by wholesalers. If it's not eaten, it I THERE ARE many trees along our\ streets and In
will spoil. Whether it's eaten or not will have no bear our
\ cep Australian
iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii yards, such as pines, oaks
i Brazilian
i ing on the amount of food to bo sent overseas by the Adminktration. peppers
, :t; 1. 1\1\ : The usponsibility\ of preserving! our free enterprises rubber royal poincianas and so on that could well stand i

/ /' s.> ,. m will continue to rest upon, the joint efforts of busi good trimming back for the sake of safety and appear
"i' ance, They grow so quickly here that within
IK ,". labor thi farmers and the Government There must '- ----i PRODUCTION "austerity" and "pinching,"; after if a few weeki
; "', should be the wl\t\ .hword., The' "eatless-meatless" pruning, even severe, they have fully recovered i
I I" UK deration on the part of business, forbearance on the I THIS NEWSPAPEROnce
:d'p'!I.I'1:. "..I I labor all-out fort( on the part of the farmer, and I baloney in bureaucratic poppycock, probably intended -] and present a better appearance than ever, with the hkell. "
hood of bloom and
: f'a' 1 I"< >;imlanc and action on the part of the Government.j] a week, with\ amazing regularity-hurricanes more for propaganda: effect than for any realistic greater fruitage a w as well
! \ ''ill'II' roust IK' unity of effort end'a willignessto cooperate I result I
: cxcepicd-this newspaper/ comes out every Thursday afternoon
DON'T LET the storm
j \ ,I't'h'' I be chit' of of stable 'I damage to your plants and
tl +a ( \ i nicMit our goal a strong and eco.
:"m.' j i A in\im) -Harry S TrumanJlf' and Is mailed to 1,750lubHcriber8./ I IN MY opinion, probably not worth much, this is just! flowers discourage you, even if 'you lost some graceful
All over the United Slates, in communities smaller or, tome more "low-rating" of the Intelligence of the peopleby royal palms or coconuts which also would stand a better
'-
HIGH LAND FOR HOME BuiLDERS larger, some! ten thousand weekly newspapers do the same. I dreamy-eyed "planners" and "do-gooders" who think chance of weathering a storm if their excess fronds wen'

I. 'I I The recent heavy rainfalb which inundated ex. It is estimated that they'are read."from. kiver to kiver" by i we might have a "stronger feeling of participation" if we removed or any other prized tree or plant. Just set oiif:

(I' '" : Ircnut-South( 'Florida brought,into bright focus one of over 60,000,000 persons : "suffered a little" A pox on them. I others In their places, if they're needed to round out the;
1 Since the great majority of our subscriptions to picture take heart and at i it You (
I' 'e\, Martin ,County's great assetsthe fact that most of go keep cant; help but win]
'i'' I tins county is on high sand lands and not subject to families in (this county, we feel confident that The News GOVERNMENT invasion of the private lives of the i ]
I' ", disastrous overflows U read by at least 6,000 persons It is with a'sense of real people has become a nuisance It is particularly of. AND BY THE WAY, have' you noticed how well thJ,

1""I"\ i think we should give full publicity to the fact worth that we mail copies: away each week to several fensive when it puts but half-truths and sugar-coated i numerous "punk" trees that our friend (and everybody',
1 d dlt that home sites in this area are safe from flood hundred subscribers who live elsewhere but use the paper sweetness designed to "swing, sway and mould" : friend) R. L: Wood win has planted and distributed around

\ ,\ damage," Commodore Stanley Kitching told the I to "keep in touch" with the community. The Chamber of public opinion. i over town, came through the storm? Hardly any dpi of
\':, Chamber of Commerce Monday night, pointing out Commerce frequently sends copies of the local paper to .' damage even to the foliage. And they're beautiful II

: I That. except for isolated!, low spots, this area is "flood I I persons interested in locating here to give them "the feel"of THE TRUTH of the matter, in realistic fact Is that this trees particularly when planted in clumps even whet

,/, ,,,1 \, free." ,- the place nation is involved in a''cold war" with Russia The prizeis they're snow-white. with their. beautiful "bottle-brush"

#; (kw,\ ," "Let's capitalize on the fact that there' lots of I 'the weekly newspaper-of, by and for,the people of Europe, and we are alloting a certain amount of our flowers.-
'1 of fine high land in this area much of it riverfront- email communities-is a peculiarly American phenomenon foodstuffs to bombard the European population. Russia e e'''

{ age t/ree/ from the hazard of extreme tropical rains Like soda pop, he( nickel cigar and hamburger with onions, is probably preparing to do likewise, and both nations WE MIGHT also bear in mind that it'* time to begu

t : \ f; and protected by bluffs from!high tides." it sprang unblushing from the great plains, the corn belt can be counted on to assembling' vast reserve stock planting annuals for winter and early spring; bloom-*
O and the mining camps. More often than not it was a glorification piles of food There will be lets food for both the such favorites and easytogrowhinjrs as calendula (is

i I .l7( ? DOCTOR POTTENGER'S REMEDY of some, rugged individualist's personality. Duringthe can and ,the Russian people-unless we produce Amerl-I cold weather plant that will give a mass of lovely orange

I I IJ.'c.:' to the Associated Press which ran be great era of personal journalism when both the metropolitan Eatless days" won't make more food for anyone and lemon bloom), phlox, snapdragon, petunia, alyssuq,!1

;!.\', ruiinttd) In for reliability Dr. Francis M. Pottenger, Jr., and country press were feeling their oats, most a negative approach. Increased farm production chrysanthemum, lace flower:nasturtiums, etc '
ti f )1'u i ""I
're i i "I i iii)' at{ the academy annual convention in San Diego, thereof often felt that/ part of the job was an obligationto but home gardens and increased farm acreage are the only is here, and time's a'wastin',. _
i
j
,14! back up their jews with bare fists or a forty-four Those answer !to A food shortage' .
\ f Calif.. the! other day and advised Americans to eat "fish ___ ___ .
"' heads melon] weeds, and other things they throw away tonmintainlational days have long passed Today's weeklies have come to 5o.ooo: =.O&: Q.oooe:: =: :: .1
health food ." adulthood ; theirs is the serious task of passing on the INHUMANITYLittle
) during the'world
shortage
'l"''t The-phjsieian and nutrition expert the AP, worthwhile information of their communities, furthering, bands of Finnish refugees sail across the ocean Letters The Editor
Bays To
) t P ;
:/ | Ant( here we have been throwing' away the best part dependable medium in which Icalmerchants, will advertise bundled, off to Ellis Island to await deportation hearings. of.ooogooo4:: :: :=:::::rOQO==:=OClj! ,

r ..',',(lit '(too fiat: all these years. Not to mention all the cante- Ther are charged with violating our immigration laws, '!! '"ME TLESI EATLESS", DAYS
I Today's proirrewive weekly-and the Stuart News which they have-but we violate the 'laws of the human
-I loupe seeds we have loused in the garbage. But ;
j perhaps
; \\\e shouldn't mention that word with Dr. Pottenger in his is one of) them.*-has something definite to sell, not merelyour heart if we send them back again. Meatless, Tuesdays. Egg*nd poyltryjess) Thursdays
f(d:"''I .present' mood 4 opinions, Members of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Thousands of Jews seek their homeland, are seized Saturdays, Deprive and starve ourselves and fatten the Cel'talY
\
t' ) \!: The.stuart sews hereby nominates the"good doctor !!, we are glad to show any advertiser just how many and deported to concentration camps. Again a law of the I of Europe. Pill\ their belUea'and roaju them strong
i in whatever copies are printed and just where they go. Circulation is human heart is being violated. Before the war the (very undernourished and weak. Then see what will happen
i/t: i.4 fur an important post federal bureau has the
tt i",','je
t 1 J, 'f.Mat. it would be no problem to Dr. Pottenger Our editorial opinion h not for sale-nor is it infallible freedom-loving men.' Now, our heritage from Hitler is the hungry children of Europe but not one mouldy crust to any
for what it is that we do aa he did. adult that took arms against country and took shod amy
; He could end the bread crisis by discovering that the It is just our opinion, expressed up my
t "f !i f f waxed delicious worth-with what honesty we can muster at the moment. Remember the revulsion with which men of goodwill i boy In the Army of Occupation. Here Is one American who 11
paper wrappers are simply with
'. J, und' cream or When served as wafer thin sandwiches sugar with We do have certain editorial objectives which we be heard Hitler's warning threat that his scientists were making going to eat plenty and the only "lea*" da'll am going to obienij
I'g' '" i 1 u coating of crankcase oil. sieve will redound to the benefit of all a weapon "too horrible to contemplate" ''We made it i will be "lea foreign help and en rtalnment." Why dons we was

I ;* And the meat problem-that would be like shooting lBoautification, the 'planting of trees and flowers, ourselves and used it-and are making more. It .is corn up and atop trying. to bs Uncle to the whole world? We are ml

f ., I '" ', .1 selling) hen with a 10-gauge shotgun Nothing to it, and the establishment of parks. monly accepted now that "the next war" will be fought I taking care ot our own people her,let alone care for the unfortua-
the and sandflies with atom bombs, with utter disregard for ate in Europe Some to bullets back for UK
'; ('Iltt> inner tubes wrapped around beef bones are much bet- 2-Eliminating pesky mosquitoes humanity. day we are going get
I ,a .' tu' and far cheaper than sirloin steaks. so that we can make this into a year 'round as well as a Today with millions in dire need of food, speculators bread we are sending oversea, Just Uke Japan gave us builds\ Id,

I W f. It>; Worried about getting a nw suit of clothes or a winter resort. in grains have sent their prices soaring to the highest levels the scrap iron we sent to her. '

I : ''I .'Itrets"Ir.Pottengerwould<) : > be the man to fix that in a jiffy. 3-The construction of another Martin County bridgeto in history-lining their pockets with money, fattening on : CHARLES: A. CHRISTOPHER, Stuart
the ocean giving the back-country and the StuartSa-. scarcity and human distress.
.' (old sacks make
't gunny !! remarkably fine clothing and if
without shoes lerno area direct access to the ocean beach. This view. India at last secured her freedom-and celebrated it ELIMINATE AUSTRALIAN FINES, EUCALYPTI
( long
toll! enough callouses
I u on
you grow
l : "x 1'' the, ales(>! of your feet that are far superior to shoe leather strongly maintains that the Jensen bridge should not be by the cold-blooded massacre of thousands who happenedto Hurricane comes and hurricanes go but do we learn our ,

t' If if l' :Mill in line for that new automobile? Shucks, let's slighted When time and funds allow, we further believe differ in race and religion, making a mockery of the lesson? cltJ-owrJ'f

ti''i'i j tf 3 I, { '"Mart: II Pottenger-For-President Club and get something, that there should be a third bridge to the ocean from the idealism which impelled her. leaders in the long battle for The Australian pine, Cajeptus, and Eucalypti on I(
Salerno-Gomez area to the sandy beaches opposite those Independence parkways a* well treat hazard to Wand /
I t' f I, \, <" ;c'ii if it u a team of oxen and a two-wheeled cart. a* private property are a
h e I ;' Gut nl). bn second thought it wouldn't do. Not given areas, THE REAL THING' property within our city,; especially during hurricanes art d
t J lr) I'otttngpr would be able to equal the of 4-We favor road and development projects which high winds. V
: : genius some A man dropped his wig in the street and a pickedit
boy
I; ; i..f the' directives which federal bureaucrats showed dur will open up the agricultural back country at Hobe Sound, and handed it to him. Review the property dam.;e to the property)' of Stuart Iron

I I 'f.. ;!; ing (hi war period : to wit and i i.e. such a one as that order Indiantown, and in the rich marl lands along Martin High- up"Thanks, my boy," said the owner of the wig. "Youare our last hurricane Ur
I ", J'' forcing housewives to slice their own bread way. the first genuine hair restorer I have Look at the. 'giant pine that tell on the ,house behind
ever seen. -
i I I 1. ; ', -- ---r--- 5 Ending pollution and destructive actipns which Stuart Peed! Store
Id 1 High Gear Burlingame, California:
'ITHE f. GREAT NECESSITY threaten the commercial: and sport fishing of our inside i Look at the giant pine that fell on the house across the siredjtom ,',

J 'w 'I, ':-, '"I/' "\\ e see peace as necessary to the survival of civiliza- : waters. V-AND A GOOD ONEf' -.. _v > B 'MACKENZIE' the. Woman Club, to lay nothing of the. mlnor.damag" 1101I'.
I j I lion; ; the survival and spread of freedom as necessary to Publicizing Martin County's advantages to the falling tree throughout the city. I think, we should thank God"
fullest extent to bring jn enterprising persons who will that no '
t. ; I ,!)peace'> a revntdpronpenty for all nation as necessary to'i one was hurt or killed.look '
I' : I" |the survival and spread Of freedom. The eagle flies help \Hi grow by building homse, starting new enterprises, (7', at the broken sidewalk I caused by the rapid root growQof
'i A forth. not with manace but with hope and goodwill for or just coming here to live on retirement pay. j f the Australian pin and Eucalyptui throughout the city Thim!

:1' j j rail men of good-will,"-New York Times. Those are half a dozen of the things we are working of the thousand of dollar damage to OUR el-ctrtfl light and '
And if know of more good ones, The Newsis the eon
\ \ -- -- ---- for. you any wires, Just when we heeded them most Did you like
I 15 r' ':THIS GRUMBLING WORLD always willing to put its shoulder to the wheel to helpa vi& lunches you had to put up. with all because\ some tree broke jmfjj
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I f s I ,* Nothing than fault. good idea along. i 71r' electric I .wire?
'I is easier<<) finding. No talent, no
I, 1 1,oj 1/ :i-olf-dcnial, no brains, and no character are required to set Our main job is to be informative see, that we Look at our coconuts our parkway that have been UlLedbl'k'1
1 mirror as accurately as1! possible the events of the week, w such an angle that board to the drl vln. .
they a
\ 'i ''r rd ;'Jllirl) i in the grumbling business Does it appeal to 'ou1- are now
I f 'J'I t The Rotary Bit, Mexico, Missouri ranging from "who visited whom" to "Just what happened"il & f by extending too far over the street! Take t.heooe, at north Dew
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I I 'I l 1 the city commission meeting Wednesday night"We ; 4th. 8t I fe1\hese;'and only these, ahould be removed Leland -
''t..' ,''l t WilY CERTAINLY try to be "fair and impartial! This is difficult, 1 1rlZ1 not wait until we Nn Into one and then t try to sue< the ell, 'It
I d .t'i Our old friend "Uncle" Jack had asked us sometime since we are human. Ever try it? We also understand personal injuries

I !''Vll, ,Mil to Itt him attend a Rotary meeting We thought last that there, are Rome perfect newspapers These come to What can we do about It?
t I" b, week would be a good time so we brought him with us. mind every Friday when we discover the mistakes in the Her U my : r

i l .lK''When we were seated at the table, "Uncle" Jack looked last issue and make firm resolve not to make any more Let'* have our suggestion'h city commissioners pas an ordinance :JlM'l'})

1f9 I f Y r f.1 i t\\ mound the room and asked, "Who are the Rotarians and like them next week, Those perfect newspapers, by way Australian pines, Cajeputa, and JBucalypU be eliminated from .*

i i'i 1 who are the farmer!!?" We replied, "The men who are .are ,published in Heaven. At11DFA/ city-owned parkway- .
1 /' with their them We do perfect freedom of the That does ? ''
J caring\ badges names on are Rotarians. enjoy press. Orant property blanket permit to. remove any V"
owner
a
t After the meeting "Uncle" Jack said/ Son I can remember not mean that we have tq print material which will cause 4 and eucalyptus adjoining their property or IoU
on, city property
i t away back when the farmers used to have to comet UH or others ;}injury,'or.that we think would be better off 7 Furthermore! the new:ordinaries shall prohibit the Plant"Vj '
t tJ t to town for their mail, you could tell a farmer four block in the waste basket.. Odd as it may sound, we are more r'J Australian family,
pine and oak Of the eucalyptu
,I ,:t Way. One day old Cy Perkins came into the village post apt thin not td print your View with which we disagree Include the eajepuL, or any. r '

office to get his mall. As he stepped up to the window, than to-ditch U...:-because we suffer from the idealized notion /mooT Must we wait unlli we'hav*U* destruction ot Me and prom":.

? / r l ; the postmaster parsed out his mail 'Then Cy said, "I 1 have that not to, do eo would make you suffer under the t rt which other' cities had from thin last hurricane betore w. lap
.44 """t'j' 'i t; a new hired man: see if there is any mall for him..' The illusion" of being denied freedom of speech. ''There are uch action .'f:
?
( postmaster asked! "What is his name?" Cy thought for numerous occasions,when we weigh stories as to their injury i" s+ 'iiAyt and U be destroyed ,hell
Ute to
t' 1" ,,';[1. minute, but could not recall his hired man's name and to human beings-.:..and let them die aborning'rather .+Mr property much too valuable such deatrucuon.
a little forethought and action prevent
.J. jtiujii\ ,, "You danged old fool, if he has any mail here, his than cause hurt-and there are occasions when individuals caD be next,

-5 a i ; ';.!name will be on it.-Rotaty News, Adrian, Michigan.. Keck to have "items" inserted in the paper through malice.; Express you view t *.to>th elty! for JOu may_.... II." THAYW. ,

:e :i Il" rte ==. These..we ,avoid like the plague "

I g ,.p ;i ,I: CONTINUOUS AD in all, this .newspaper's freedom is just about the e efyf gtro.', ? 't. ,.,... ,, ..... ed/

II I Mother (fondly watching her 2-year-old) t''He'i beenwalking1 tame> an your own We can jump in the river if we want of ForTMyer* city dad ,, are considering'\ 'trimming) :rt
walk and kick a bear In the tall, or use our'good t N Australian '
like that for almost a year to, up L pine to M fet from tM. J'round'dFlorttrim
( "' make him sit .and work at making a living, ,The latter seems It I .
,t' j Bored visitor "Amazing: can't you } judgment News-fire; olps: ,Whf net! state

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..I 'DO,flowering'plants! I Tlwre are approximately; 3,500 TEACHERS NAMECOMMIITEES 'STUART WOMEN EXPRESS VIEWSt FORTY ATTEND P-TA STUDENT BROADCASTTO .. s f 9 I. I I1

aLrct.CCgntinent.I 1 cotton,weds! in pound FOR COUNTY'COUNCIL' MEET HIGHLIGHT P-TA \1 '
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-- COMING YEAR Noted Fashion Authority Says Forty representatives- of Mar- PROGRAM TUESDAY { Madam Rose: : "

: TILTON'S SERVIC STATION The regular: meeting of the tin County units ot the Parent- The' student broadcast of Martin -, Palmist :, ;

County Teachers' Association Long Hemlines Are' Unamerican Teacher Association attendedthe County High a-.hool Iglven, .
AT was held Monday evening. Oct. quarterly meeting of the over Miami WIOD Monday; ;
13 at the Stuart Hotel FollowIng county council at Salerno Monday Pasl .
night, will highlight\ the October
a ,E
a buffet the business night, breaking a record at; Present !I
supper MARY meeting\ of the Stuart Parent- I
'I By HARTMAN tendance Mri F R. Horton.
ENSEN'EACH session wu held. The Handing Teacher Association at g p. m.I and I "
I Ethel Tr p.iagcn, American fashion export\ and designer ot publicity chairman stated also 4
committee Tuesday night at the Civic Center FutureAdvises
for the :
:year ware '
that It was conceded to be the jl
I the Traphagen School of Fashion of New York, opposes not only I .
and IhJ announced U follow; Professional the new, long fashion plus the false hips and bustles, but l Issues most Interesting gathering at With;Lloyd Campbell as student e
grease pray undercarriage of the organization which seek to
your Committee, Ruby Loy, ,
to American women a "call to arms" against French dominationof announcer the numbers will
ear to Ito /that chairman, Louis Hajtrell and increase and coordinate the Interest ,, Include several selection) the On Love 1
ruit. this nation trends In clothing: She goes so far at to brand in school affairs through by i I
Wilma Sims; public relations, the Paris styles "obsolete, unoriginal and an Inept move on the out the county band; vocal solo by Ann Pitt- Marring Divorce I

.--- John Martin, chairman, Joe McCoy part of the, French textile !Industry to sell more':yardage' The Rev Alexander Linn con man: clarinet quartette, "Welsh Business nd Health +/ .
and Mri ZIllah Kindred, As one woman remarked, "Stuart women are more \In.teresled ducted the devotional service Dance by Relta Taube Dolores
Bartlett. Janie Elklns And Mary R', DING i(.
octal, Mn Addis!; \ Lee Smith, In what their neighbors are going to wear than In entitled. "Our Opportunity Melle led $S

LOTS FOR ENSIONERS chairman Mrs, Hazel Orman. what Paris and New York will wear this. winter. With this In John firm, 'Gray showed,the health" by Mrs Burgess'Carl :Roth mixed aril chorus a choralreading FDI $1.00 J I,

$50|o $200 Miss Mary Ellen Manlon\ and I mind we attempted to ascertain, just how far local socialites Flora Passport Stanley to Health,told ot, andMiss her.I''" : by the speech,class, 0" Urn; d Time !
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Miss Marcia Morse. will go towards conforming t* new fall fashions, particularlyan work u school nurse Miss Julia Mn:H. W. Schwab, entertain o
/ATERFROJIT PRIVILEGES Report were heard from the to length The opinions are as difficult as the women themselves Jamison sang "The Beautiful, ment chairman, will be In chargeof Located: i the Pullman. ,I
and-feminine nature being what It Is venture to ,a reception for faculty members Trailer t the Jinx '
a sent and SideAtlkt in front of lot. several commuters and old busl- -we Dreamer with Mrs. Linn at the ti 'I
every at the close of
the business
say they may be as changeable.: piano P-TA presidents reportIng 21f Mi s North On ,
See of before busl-
disposed was taken up, Several new Lop What the shops are showing can not be criterion for women'( on local activities were Mrs! and program meeting' i il Feder Highway 1 :,

feII were discussed during the ,dresses her in.the coming month-A LONG dress can 'always be George Brownley of Hobe Sound,! l business; ( for 36 :years In Florida ., Stun Florida Ii !
chief among which shortened so Is a safe purchase and allows for a change of milady Mrs George Saunderson\ of Salerno : ': I Itl'
O 'K UBINMAfTIN were the" topics of Federal Aid' taste as well as the hemline, and Mrs Garland Eden'I -,-, ,

without Federal Control, Membership Although American women are perhaps! feeling'p, new'Infla* field of Stuart ,
'in the Florida Educational tlon tlirlf Jn ss, It Is a safe bet'\that the few cents extra cost on -. -- 1 '
A ft P CELEBRATES:
Association and also In the "fabric (considered needless Miss
yardage" a waste by Trap-
Stuart A. &: P. store Is joining UWASHELAUlWRYEfTTE
National Educational Association
the the haeen)' HL carry little weight when our women purchase the new this week in the national celebration -
Of
misrepresentation outfits for fall They'd rather be safe than and a few extra :
COUNTY payment of teachers under the sorry of the 88th anniversary i \ I
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new state law which spreads out Inches tucked under the hem Is good Insurance for potential. longer of the company founding according '

WLI DRILLERS payment over twelve months lengths to Robert Peck, local ;
(The amount prior to this year Approaching first our better dressed. women 'who have manager!: The company has been '
ell Drilled, Cleaned, Etc. was received In mine or ten pay Just returned from the !North' where they may have recovered
ments) and a Teachers' Hand- from the first shock of changes-Mrs. Roman J. Irwin stated i Be'lfukkTo Treat NDER HI'i'h' '
lave Yo\vk Don By A Licensed Driller
book and Guide.' How to recog- tmphalically that her entire new fall wardrobe conforms with '

Prompt Service nize National Educational Week the new hemlines-"11 or 12 inches from the floor according NEW MAI 1MENT h i'Men's \.
Bronhitis
was also discussed In order to "
to the helfhth of the wearer she added. "My new dressesare '
one 107-X- 310 Ea.t Fourth St. secure notice of this Importantweek ''I
all lung and draped and I love them she said Mn irwin F'a d Laundry
e branch develop If \
HARLES MAYES Harry C Web, Supervisor of differs with those who think that legs'are beautiful and feels hehest doracuUbranand may -
Education In Martin County was that all women look prettier In longer, fuller dresses "But, not(tea and you cannotowltnanymedl F ily Wash ,,11 I : i
afford each
a guest and the following attended of course I ALWAYS did like long dresses, even as a young elne nt tan Creomubtoa* mily RoiVh Dry { I
: Mrs Ivyl) Pirtle, Mra. girl-they appear to me as being more modest for many rea- I which toeJSl the seat of the 1 1Ii
Carrie Caveny, Mrs Louise Har- sons," the New Yorker concluded trouble laden phlegm to helpL Tfid ea aid and expel nature germ to BAiT Y OF 6 MAYmG WASHERS Ii '\ I II
rell, Mrs Harris Lowery, Mrs Sue Dugan of Dugan Dress Shop has been to the fashion soothe and heal JVtender,Inflamed I "
LA' LUNCH Zillah Kindred, Mrs Eddie'Lcc marts for fall and spring purchases Her stock, carries the newlengths bronchial mucc* Aunbranes.Creomulslon Drying LirsJE and all NeeessarWSupphes Available : ,
Smith, Mrs Myra Schroeder, : llendsVeechwood "
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prevailing on the markets but thinks that shorter frocks creosote byspef*i proee9a lth other EDERAL HIGHWA\ NO. 1 jj
Mrs. Virginia Brock Mrs. Hazel are more becoming to moot women and, staled that many of herpurchasers I Ii time tested n heiress tdavcouijas. It ", '!
Orman, Mn! 'Mildred Dumlch, It contains no creches Across From ChiahoIrn'eUfeteria
i take a dress home with the promise of "shortening II
Mrs Fannie Jackson, Mi's.' Wilma No matter w many m rea
a little bit amyway" "Our buyers ar, slow to accept the change," I you have trip tell your drugs W
Sims, Mrs Suits Huddle
she said, "and our newer shipments are ,coming In l lengths 14 Kllyouabthe of Croomulslon w
I Mrs. Fannie Brown, Miss Olncy: undentufilnr you must like th E. |IA. FR Manager in
Eurlt, Miss: Ellen Manlon Miss Inches from the floor" She hopes they will be .mi shorter for way It quick /allays the cough, per

Pearl O'Neal, Miss Marcia Morse' spring-just as a matter of personal taste have mining your restpnd sf jncy sleep back,or(AdvJ you art to ,
Miss Marilyn Cleveland\ Don Andra Daniels likes the new lengths--"They are more
Romanello, Jack Sraouse, C W. slenderising for women who have to count calories," she added
Long. Charles Kindred and J. Mrs. Luther Damron of the St.Lacie Hotel who viewed the new

A. McCoy fashions this summer in the northern states said "the) won.t

HOUR RVICE PROMPT-APPLICATIONBY ---- add a thing to the height of Is short women, as I see It. I see NEW BUNGAtQW FdR SALE 'fl t ,

QUALIFIERS URGED nothing pretty In' trailing skirts American women have
beautiful figures why should they distort them with pads JA'

Lyon Imperialltestaiirant Prompt;application by qualified I and spend extra money to cover them as completely as I $6,000 UNFURNtSHEDj p i

I persona for retirement or possible $7,000 Finished j
AND survivors benefits that have Mrs. L. A. Arbogast president of the Country Club Auxiliary
been earned under the Federal I viewed the advance style mows In Ashevllle and Is busy letting $3,000 Cash and BVlance Ljjb Rent
t
ERFICESIATIONSo. old-age and survivors Insurance 1 down trw\ left-over frocks from last season "Of course t am a I'
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program was urged today by R person who loves change",she laid "American styles have been LOT 1/1;
? C. Oehrken, Jr., manager of the' the tame for so long-.they're gotten, monotonous I Whe her the 4/
Fed Stuart Fla. Close In Desirable I\cat
Highway
West Palm Beach office of the ns, Dry
Is matter of taste for different
hew modes look better or worse a ;
Social Security Administration t love It." $450 and $5\0/ach I'' }
types: of women but new style is new style: and "
Mrs James Reardon, Sr,modestly\ refalned from being quoted ;7

as to her own clothes"as I probably won't be going out much this THEODORE DEHlDN & SON !
season," she said"but I definitely believe the younger women will g

1 INNS' wear long afternoon, cocktail and evening, dresses, but.sensibly REALTORS] ;1':
hold to a moderate length In house and street dresses DEHON BLDG. PHONE 81 '+I"

Miss Dolores Blbbard, who was.Interviewed at The Style 4
,*' Shop, was rather definite In her preference for shorter lengthsfor _._-
in the casuals but likes the new lengths for dress a'nd seml-forma4. rf

wear "Our better suits and dresses are all new length," she ,
staled. Asked as to customer reaction she stated that the pros
::1:1"t:1I !IG SPEED CONTESTat and cons are about fifty-fifty:

Our conclusion: the mlddleofthroad<< American womanIn -

, Stuart\ and e1.sewhere-wll1 compromise with,the faddists who
would push the styles to extremes According to the height and

size of the wearer the hemlines will be regulated for the most ,
'

I leyer Skating Rink" becoming anybody length guess! of the Individual. However, up to now, Us Retail Delivered Prices i I"I I ,, ,'


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J retirement under the Florida
MEN'* DIVISION WOMAN EXECUTIVE teacher pension plan she servedas

" WILL ADDRESS CLUB principal of the Fort Pierce in STUARTEDO

ze $50: DEWEY WELLS HERE WEDNESDAYMiss elementary!! school for the past
d two yeari However, she Is retiring -
' ize: (6 Months FrJb Skating) : SKIPPY EISENHOUR Jessie P. Miller of Walton this year and will\ returnto

,t3 Pre: Shoe Skates: T. BOB TITUS superintendent of Manatee Bradenton to make her home
dq I MORGAN County Schools for 11 years- Mrs J. R. Pomeroy, chairmanof TO ( MODELS STnEAMLl\Ell. MODELS
ri s Shoe Skates: JOHNNY will be the guest speaker at th.* the department of educationof
\ opening program meeting of the the local club will be In charge l-Cyllndel S Cyllndj C Cylinder I ('ylmderBnlmrtm ;
1I' Stuart Woman Club at 1:30: of the program A social hour
' WOMETS DIVISION p. m Wednesday. Miss Miller will be presided over by her C.."., $1502 $1MSkJMJ ........('..".. . (1668 $1711 IV
a native ot Walton, Is a pioneerof committee composed of Mrs J d-Saar Ndww . i\ I
,"" rile PHYLLIS BAKER the East Coast,having attended L. Coleman, Mrs H W. Neatl, Sport Comps : . 1604 SlmmtlmrtlSUmtlvm 1717 1761
11'1 : 0: the Ant school In this section Mrs Nell Bishop Mrs Ralph 2-DwrS.dws 0 e r 1015150sV H mg.it 2345 2413
Prize ELIZABETH OSTEEN Mrs. H. W Beasey was Daniels' Mrs. Durant Fulton and ,
\Months PI '.. .
4 : ; Snlait t ". o a s s a 1M 1J.w" 22 2489 !
EILEEN PESONEnhllMwfor teacher. Although eligible to Mrs M. R Cartwright ...R'wg.w "
rize: SVeSkate 4-8r S.dww e e 1621 J 614 Above
prices include Federal State and Local
It omrrrllU . a 192 a Taxts, and Freight-nulj If tI,;".. License,

", the Next Contest WE ARE MOVING It.Lmxt ('."NOr".'. a mi 21 l Optional Prices subject' Equipment lo change, and without Accessories notice.extra. 1 I


.yWi.l .LOWEEN\A |Y FOR CHILDREN, SATURDAY AF- I I
STUART: In these trying days of motor car

tk tG NOON, oc\2f ADULTS THURSDAY, OCT.. 23. measure shortages of, it motor i i. ...ylo car value forget the true

,41t1 TAXSERiCE That why we are here
the factory-suggested local delivered
KATEfor price for each Pontiac modeL
lit
TO OUR W LOCATION Vi feel it may benefit the public to b* ..'
laded that a fine car-which offers
164NEXT FLA LER E. s oa> could ask of any c r-n mil

J: un Recreation and Health TO-Vl( 0 HOTEL at pr s ,by reasonable authorized figures.Pontiac dealers i

It you\eci.ion is to own a Pontiac, P
,f MONDAY O *ER 27thCA
/1 we von please' be patient
Children' ati\e on School Day 4 to 6 p.' m., The'Poh:t factory it doing all\ it ,
,111U can,tx>ns. 'nl with Pontiac standards,,
IiOf Satf relay aVl Sunday 3 to 5 p.: m., ,; to further Anduction. S
'
Whea your wnliac:11 delivered,you \Ubo
ie) 1NITE a. doubly 51 I ,51 you'\II receive>*outstandingly!! free
rirds -Pf N 2J"INSURED'"FE and beautiful automobile a price '
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which represents sound, honest "I'

Evenings, 7s30 0 10:30: Adults ,, PROMPT Sr a enlga mssis..lPueri ewed.hate .stn'' !ai Wea u *
ties Spare tin,tube and wttwli humps wd I .i"trMrtlvanj wolfed..dew os isl.yes oq T
; DEPEND /LE ,SERVICE sprang revere dual windshield wiptftr I kits dual aisswi. .th wee defy i. ..".., a saw
,50 /t 24 HOWRS A DAI horns; dual sun visors) ml clmnn d| 4 lvr.Aes, Plant joss order .w Ar _.i/
dM carbwMor (a yliodw SMMMsk < him a"Inricar blip Is old waasoasw/II., lay r
/VY suicide lock CM both (ros*doors. ,year pswf car users og at A, 0154W96
i CABS OR, NIGHT

sueft THE; BI ,rENT AT FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO." TOM BJbWIE.ana SON WILEY MOTOR C()

.AIyD1 iNDIANTOWN_ROAD, STUART -, f Proprietors .
reed : "
: N. Federal Highway Stuart, Florida;


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t Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Hill'' FOR RENT Whirling type; I IL: 8: A If L' E P 5 Health advice Miss Flora Stanley 0,005 ....4., 5.4sad a. -...., I.flout.. : ';,;' '','', ":
Itydroalle _. MIS of '0
; d APARTMENTS FOR RENTiiiimiimiiiifiiiiiiiiimiimiimiiiiiiu bl hour : i4: t'r.:;part :: assisted. by 1.b..t0os .. 110TICK Oi I? .NTION TO ScARE GI..., .. 1 "" '....
mover, or day a' county nurse coo-,'... .. .... Ai PUCAT H roe: riNALIARCI i I", .., ,.. l"'J
.1 '1 Henry it ,dred. Stuart I I 17*", A!' wan II. Cht.s.oe.r1nI... .... buss Olga Olsen and Mrs ... R I,,, 55500.50...7't "k,kr.* nits Di 0l.11.0.4 d.m. :

ware Co J Phone 101 la.: I'h...kl. *, ft l>onat., Bootea H. Cooclodu DOWN baa given typhoid Inoculation .5d.-.....&and .10_. (In.l.dl.e ALL WHOM r MAY: CONCIRNai : I A. ii. 1111 a ,r'';;
Horton. .
l t ,J! 1I11111'lIlill .... bland' : oft: t: r=: t: r.:::: :: ... Nxu usa. atl.I. lit.4tl.tl Nolle* IP k ( .. Ikal I kmt I'tv (nt .R.
111111111111I111 i kraao* : : .01 kir = to U persona at PortMay..a axE ._.... ..... IM olxlM00uc.air llaalMptllda xl c blat:ap Aaplllarr ml -.Ad; A. A..fI'' '",",,,,,,., .....
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t ty LOST, &: FOUND In an antl-epldemle stepUken ....1..11. fonloc 0.1 .,.. Oss ., I.. ..
'l I I r r ,,c r u 'r 1 '1- t. Hurt-aaap. .>4i ....._ .1.... .- It.IIU. glnnr SIO.MM tIptbx54Os 0 ,.5.. flM'11..1' ,. h., .." "I"." ....
fI'S water
1111111I11I111111 I' I. B.I. because of the high osada mtllprkarn teLLS, ,
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: (lI..k p'oo0O ,.
( PMItloa far n I aad tku I
'. 1u151 ] .OtT..OI1) .I pair dark rI- "...' 'IT 7T' Uora wltk a table and the movement of labor .. .u jN' .. 00 I.... Sal ppplr a ICkjalp. ooo..hlo Arlkar a -

I'I'I I: tion suit lasses with :::r.IDtI in the area from the flooded aapuand kr ka I Coiiatr J .,I Martla' CaaatiSUW Let !
il .' .. J'm.u f 'ip 121 g m rini TIIL} ; 'T -- *. Orao* II.MT.III.14 W florid. IAl 00. IS dor a to.nb. -- ; -
aRch Lost in Yldnit .J t Wountala lak. OlaoX TOTAL AisleS .., 1045 f. 0 uppensol of tO.x's. "OTICI APPLICTI''
: :." ''I ft1 I 11 Arbojasll office Reward. : : : : L: a.MlpS. : Typhoid Injections also have L'AB' 1105D.xd Is.ssdccpont.0' .: sti fxl P1 00.0,.. a. Aspil.l.,5 :-

I. .4 v,. .! found, I ilesse return. to ; rI ft (in.ThrMklupp.t' ( ">: been made a* preventive actionat I oN 1 .Id.....dop.0II0.._ I... Adxlx1.Ic010 tO, 10510 st *505l101550'noddol NOTIC' I '.'H I s\, "IZ'AHA

"' pi't' Arbor I ". Salerno school: and at Hobe l.nUII.II ('.1.4 501. lxi > pf OHoWt. A. D.ALD / LII ''IH.: ""Mf"Nt.

: : I 111111:11111111: IIIlIlIilllllh lHlli ., rllff.! 5,1221 f' ;13 1*. Pa Corml.ntIS. -lln>MIL Sound colored ichool: Palm City : Tiso' 1.P0.II5...or llrt.imt 5,4?. I I. INilKS, P1010.0.: ., '1'fn:.. "':".d

t COURT l> k.kaU of resident who desire the Injections ...".. ...10.. 500,005.55t.rnil Andll.rf A.i., ,.'on f t5. 1,00. 00be1.. ,
""I : WANTED f"4 1"4 F'''' tl I>lpClplMSt. ( >II VitedI..' nl V.IT. M.I liKrflj. 1A.,0PI sOo know. to. 111,1, ,;: d ., ';; ;
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''I 'ARTMENTS : will receive them .... .
I PlratMIt. Monday. Go..n. 410< 00 M m 1000..d. 00dlflpVlltefp'
I, ., 8TI RT, FLORIDA 1111111111111I -If I"a 1"1 'p J, Slllhllnfimarlt The State Board of Heal.lt .....1 ...1..,..' 54 II.111.Itaad T T. OU.MTER JAH.TMT Ispcd Uo .", vS\ .. .' .

:, '\\ ." ; !Newljr De,, rated Fully Fquipprlleping nSTtD: ) '0 BUY OR ita furnIshes the vaccine. : and has mOo1".1 o-adta. .sWIidw 5(000, -. noluti 55lkp..Il. Puk. tMtxb.r Ion I A, I r I, AdoIsl.twtsi 50, 5045. ::: : ;..w:: : : ':T

j I House ApartmrnU. One orl two bedroom fJA # >r 16. II.rI..- ..... advised the action in rural ] I 0000. ".U..I' -
I. ; .. .... areaswhere .. lot. I. ,.
II. LSGAL Sb TISthIJeT 2 ( ", j 11 lit
R ,(I; WeeklATllNTIC, or Seasonal fat ment rite Box L R, j' r- J: py i '/ k.attt. there la danger that the ; fflen ;k, op. ..5 it.iii.0CTOTAL ::: 5. I'lIlRtl'(
W, PAGFT; Mir -j Aeo.plIt water b* "" ION TO REGISTCR I $$0, ., ,4 JO, 19
ground supplies "TafflBNotlap
It ImltataIL may DKPOmTfInillvlifod .. 1t.1\....... 0001 10.55'' .1510 ,
}1 T lephone 9152 .. -t-tI 4 Una contaminated. C1J11J1't11Oopt'.I. IPdtrpltaW 00.0.. ... ... '. ., t.
WANTED ro awarlav CAPITAL; 'OS th.t .. r "
l 11 _________ Furnished' 1 __ I I [, Awto. 'Uaxolav ...." 05 i sodor 0, 500.*.. xl CO.- ..-'t: ,.., .. i\,\ I.U...
IHIIMIIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiiiin ,IIIiI'IiIlIIIIIIlIItlllIIIuIIFRSALE; i i : or .ni.f house. year '" I., lltll, 0, A... of ..., ... .. 10..... '
': rstici; Phone 14 J tire I* Carnl f prpfll.TOTAL ::::::.:: ..1141 will raitpWitk. ::thu" Cl-nb xl T.... ..., "'.., "" :, llI I$ '
t' \I: ) I It ) / 41: DamarHI : 'SECURITY' PLAN CAPITAL' Circuit( CParlCoalltr fw M.,1Is II to ..t i I. 'O 'h "
t ) p. -1li i T' ...fJ IoH 41. riPTPJtSntcarfl. ACCOUNTS ..... --.... FlonIds. .5 p.o.d 0.x.oes.l.l,. "
\\t J t 1111I11I11111111I'11I11I11I11'' .L __ _-- i'"It !j I"T TOTAL LIABILI-.. of pal '. .1 I =I. tWit.Juoosoe V... '.ogl'l'.1, "
\ .ts .L ,,. J.- iLWo.afabrIi. Aol CAPITA. !:t' FOR SAL*}-3 burner oil itoven, HANTEIfYour next wiring' ,s4 1jpa SJ 4. r.km ('(>inm .. ...01....... IIKf ; ..AIIII:? I d..clWd. I .,0 Oil .0 .4"
IN $1 each. nil dove with built.inven urAppBinte repairing' 4c14 <6. Porloratloix DETAILS TOLD Thai .Uakp ci 01 ..... .h" I. nil .... ,. b..l._. 0100., .. bl, .011.. ".. ....'
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I .. COPPlPtlCaaiaioa oil "0.5.5 00 .Ip doo sI blxnoaI. 5.ot.i" .k. .
service reasonable Sl. a
,t' r': 2 rolls 90-Ib. green late ,I. r, I i eR1.o aulne puck with 01 I. Jnmx dm.O. C.anl,. 1"001", S,0in1. "7. 514, 105
'" ) felt rim ng 525 So. letleralHifhwa Phone Bl day or night -' "-"", ......... 110" .ho ...", ,... .. l : .f00,50. loll '
B:lectrto iJ7l-l- sa s't: =i:: MeMO PA In vito. Mo nIL I.'i jixI4tO .0 ..* 'Itito.
topher Shop ::: : ,.
(HI.
TO ROTARIANS Atm ........ $.spk. rhud. .1 I "'
; 1.1 Ma S ti ..-.. -.....-... o .- -.. M. Vlsvr:pUnf S;, .. 0exdt.'esa0I I I.uu I. ...... psm.ss 101" d .I. .. C..k. 1"1.,.. c" ;:
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FOR SAL -
I -26-ft. (.tidrr house -- .d 10'r.
-: ;: I ... WALTIS 050lAatlT 'tctpsltCt ,
Elsentabl! iiimiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiiiiiiimmiiminiii .. .. I.I.U.
trailer i tod rundiliun Ser (, Man or woman .. .U'A ..,_ ori.i.tl.ss.s..1 I I II C
f L. Edenfiitl I.I 301 S. Alhanivr appearance. for I NO ICES i TOPOGRAPHY: Social Security Must B* ...1 U.. .1 5Hodn.o..._. .5.. Ish. ......., .-.--- 1,011.0 o.t .. I f OIl'
to don work In Supplemented by Other _tll, tkp'lha .a. "l.-.sa 10 .... i.Ai.Dv IS&ME15TNOTICI : ---
Oil 16 n IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlllllllllMIIHIIIIIIIH' | .:: 4bVtITISDi
: ml k "Ode. a..d 0.11. LEG
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( b _-"-- ____ with N lonal Home NOTICE Peilie Insurance 10. 0. 0011005. 0. INTI" TO 5EGISTUPICTITIO -
: of Martin
: : J FOR SAL: -3D-inih llollmood. nient vice Salary and R.,C. Oehrken Jr.. of the Federal CurrMt-AllnllI 0.11.. lAME ... NOTICI OJ ttcTlnN rnI ..
County to kf>w w* have not COUNTY SHOWNON 10 bxbr fl lOot the
j j < i bed coo leto "lh blue audio] missi, Splendid Security/ Board West Palm w.H. STLVKNHONBAVIU ORUWAYR : d.ul-nd. ....., .ha 10..... of CO.-,,0'TRUSTEES DISUII D NI'N.ll' ill.
I I 0s14. ear .... leal business t* 1 AX 10 BE Will
.1'' rimer and pillu >.. $10 ('all 24 Vera Beach or Beach office gave Rotarian/ detail I B """"" 10011. toco. .. 1 0041 AN .1lilt. I OPFCIAI. 11 SChOOL
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.1'h::: aey on. 1are still doing III. 5also. sill 5sslxl 110. Ciook sflb. NUMbER I _::
WIlIto
; III.J. Ort. 16 Box Z7; .* Wednesday of the vast. Social or FIo".... CSwora S 4 Surilo. 00' CI..t' Ceo.. I -0 l.r Mo'tt nISE AU .
electric I THE.REA"
,. eon cling and
Aprs. .
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NEW MAPS dod 0.1.nhi. e. ',. Slxitd. np. p-alps xl .p.0.5p.
-- -- : In which I Pa4 .ulI TIN .
are COI 'IY
I J ',t I FOR SALlf Horse! very (entle VANTE1 Golf equIpment i ; pllane. R. Phone 111ht Security enrolled plan 87 I. I4h *.., ., 00 .'. 5001. .ad I Ihc.b ..u. .II.._..... .of.....10'M tWit.t.Y000. ,. JA AIr fLO'UUA 1 101' '00.ISo
nandatorily; sumS taM I Mi p. ftiflM. *ff tt. t. : 94071CC' ,, .
Jenei arnIe' .O",
; 12 Ileifen aranabh turnilo for club be.... day or n Christopher IH..UIA JlTAVRANT ,.., I"
000000 employed Am..rlcane.He dbsmOe "'I .hlo.11. "' .1 t.1 II .
t I : h ,: priced I quire Papa Sam air. :. tact M tin County Golf ElectrIc Sb Stuart Fla ETIlEL COlA ALL HANCOCK AND REMVK TATIO" h.'d' ao Ii. '.l '". 'II 10, to
said that there 1 "some ... .
) Geodetic Survey Official III *r wfckk w. wlHk 10 b.mls0. tho ,. .,
; I" Indianlol n Road. Ort K.X3 i ('ountr Club. tfHAVE in Talk legislative tendency at present He .......... our N' 00. *515. ..lm mr vrhnlMlStiurt .1 b,5.. 10 I.pop.. >>.... 'lllJAO,0.t II. .
I 'I ''I I 1 *> to 117 lie, rMUmlr '.k.m. 1Ila ...' 0... ., .. .
II'' 1 FOR SALI | Lumber sheeting WANTEI Good homeu for SEV! )TY.FIVE FOOTBRIDGE Kiwaniano to take In the two-fifths of the rdvt! ttt h) sold. KI-rU bnl.on.> IkMW Lenip solO.,_'i::::; .'iI'. __ ., ",;,.'o.fJa.s.cp I ...

I WOO p thousand Several able Ri na. part PersIan. LOT NEA1 ON IN. population excluded from the NOTICe 0. INTE"T TO 0LGtaTISFKTITIOV x.d K.lk005u5.L,. at rior.LTONI I loll, I",, ,'to..
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i ,' thouunand I feet ... ZoO, 2x10' want I be FLATMATES DIAN RI\i t DRIVE IN JEN- Lt L V. Evan of the U 8, original plans' and also that "...*. 10 ......., 51.. .ld... t'lt.t Ikrr...:.. .n ki a.U4 lp.. p = 'O.000luI.l. coo .. iOo I "05 to'I
SEN BE I. WILL there are plan afoot to Increase .... .. .M5Ol ('0.,.. to > _.or.. ,_,, "
Ilr {xl | Fine fur rebuilding FIAT. I 11765 for the LEASE. Cpast tt Geodetic Survey)' team .1"" .sdm .100 ..1loll. Mans '1'.....,. oh. 5'50x..DtcA. ) ."
*05115. loon of prUp AM. "" ;
t f. dock a II bulkhead. See' parties. Good WHAT I YOUR PROPOSI- which recently made quadrangle benefits and liberalize regulation 0.P will( rwlpIk. '" tk On'S xl UTH ll"B. LYONS ...klI. .iaesbn1. .
I' J.J Arthur khon TION. W TE BOX XZ, THESTUART *. Circuit( Cmm.it I .1 I., NoSa ,ld" 050. ..
I Dehon Bldg homes Id proper care 0. I. .. II aud II ... ......1.. II ..III.. ...
of the Martin .1 pconl
C EWS3d maps county The present insurance setuphe Caaatr ttorlda Pml >
Phone tfI BE (.1 ANTEEI3. ,avblleallo. ml tktlaaa oloo. lb. 1(05.( polt.ekdal." "Ii '0< ..10ScOo.dlteO
; il I OsLY those who t. II, shoreline and interior. and is showed, doe not provide apnw, ...wit. LseaL sow .OSmIT int" .... ?.
I t ;:t F ii'"S'Aii can STUART SA1UBtaart. ST coca. law ...... /.4 ..
I 'i'l 1 Anrw five room' fy. to'' et Miss Alice D now .working the Vero Beach enough for "aecurtyIveraglng: / .54.1 whl, I sIll 50 In NOTICt Of APPLH ION roe TAX ,.1 "roo,..' I IIIP.100

I bunlalo \ S3.000 (cash balance I Phone : cientlfio Sweedlsb less than $40 pet month for 0.5(55' 01 ."..1..' .1 Iolx.m (a (5.W Ill' ISS) 1. I ;.... ,... .
told Stuart Klwanlan Friday .
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area, .
j y like Massage| By licensed Masit -. II..... Ceo -
Total NOTIC
I. ceo price $ ,0O0. "lull) Insuredindividual.. past Ill sto alvIN. Th.i

k )(, iY;' TheodoBide )thon'&dlllnUrhnn ; ; ,, 'is""",,,milieu ,,,,, seuse6hlffer. side calls Marie1x that the new map "which age BS. "but It does.* he stated: tk. party S.,..MOOR......dHKLM4 .k..5 aid aaptiM., (Ploriaaa. la. CDS"...CIP.rkuMnM I Til. ....0. M ofT.n Sod. 4.c...W.. I''net"' 'I f .,'

I h Ph ne SI 'tf MALI IELP I 1321, should be ol great interest to set a pattern which can be supplemented tap ,.... ai. aa olio lauraal. 4,', A. 5. 1515.0. ..4.uooia00fsites f P00o.el" 110
i) IllIlpIllilil 9 lei 3 30 I farmers III. paid, 1 kaplMMADVERTISEMEI sod b.. ;a00' .0001*, 4.
Cattlemen .
realtor and annuities pxiSs.tL
I ; by or other LEN I. MOORt .. ... I f
4a M b.
'xO .1. p.1,4.ft.
.on
I I"'J" fOR SALE 'r.-war.it'knbaby M.tN, 79 .:TED fur "wltt be available In about form of Insurance**> prt..ie..tLl0..No' ... .ObSO ,lOx. .01,5 ..1,400.1pcp. .. 1 ."hIM
1 !I 't! "': earriafeArrordiaij,, heap. One Italian buslne In adjoinIng J'I lfRE ABOUT ''a year" fom the Geological SurCoalt' { ie.oivsc' _, a Ut. Cm' I 11"1"".. ..... Proloat to 3' : ';-

flY ; large. 512 .South Ak- Sell t. )0 families. W rita vey at Washington I CARTER IS NAMED : COO liDs or :7:.. inotO( Pcc1411\' ,. .. I"" .

I nn Are tuart. day. B 'ieigh'u' n.pt. FIGHT TO SMConli & Oeod tU R. It. BOARD CHAIRMAN 5.d. lid. will .sesod *0. Wit ., 'xl J,,q. l

Get. t, 16, I IeO.SA. emphl.. Tenn. he said have been surveygroups. makIng Co-ta.o.I .f" of. bA.dox'005.xb., .104 IS, Son to 0.biIdIxe.o.. .I.dstso...... II 50, TI, 4 .8, 41.. Psemso" ,I :::.,: : .;:

I : ? ___ I Tallahassee-Jerry W Carter, ........ 00 C00.0I' a..a lo.-lxd ci a.m n 0 005 """
: .1;$ ;'t k FOR SALE ) Twinbcda with inmatlrrssfn. : Oet ( ,lied From Togo One) an Intensive study of the veteran member of the Florida I........... TIoo aoooxm.sO of '.... pmp..s54o ",, ,
i.,... ... tIcxI.0e. Pmlo.41' IeaduS "" ''d
amon .
coastline and land 9 :
I, ; area from 50 sold 00tI 000.1 .U .10 : : :
ncr lIot'It' liliilliiIiiui ......,'. ,
V. upriif : Railroad and Public Utilities '110 00 100 k..d .r. lho .._ or w..... alt._ c__.
t 1 .' : Point ele,| ic stove loud con FEMAt HELP County Road Superln endent,I to. 16 mile west of the coast assembling : Commission, has been made flop .. lit.....xl 8 IIIv.oIei.1 .ra 's-i' .. olOalnodOPs u. -n All ... ..: ;,,,...

,Ir-i:. ditlonS itrlc RefrIgerator, 1 iIliiIiiIIluI, '!:IIIIUIJ 11I1 A H-ndry tentatively esti' data which will be permanent chairman to fill out dp'oIl no moO .hook to 55.; I 50,004 1.1000_..14":11 I.. to .kU Fop-OP be xi. 1>10.."'.. '.. ...

I'i i ;r ft. cap I ,itr riione I 11SJOcl Ill! P Wi TED: I Wednesday morning that used and topographical In new navigation chart the remainder of the twoyearUrns or bId...aol a.0..booS.. W4 10'. .,oIndfno"uh.00000I pflcaoIi = 0141.ibonsis. 0 :. cat, xid 00...1.lao tOo, rm-:; : :i' ..I 0.nH

.lf 16tOR I usaitrec. Apply In ,. 1\ will take another $100 000 to map of the late W. B. Douglas ( .0. ..qol'.1. or uo'nonolul. (.4.I.e. 0. ,... nn_ Nsola Sb, of \
I The new quadrangle hi .., A. CO.lcs.ut r.hIo.
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maps bond to 5 0.04 .1110 0on .u
; Rice It 'ne Ko.00n. ISO?. w bl" tO. 5c4 dot of .
sitE taurant .. Carter term a* chairman will ... ..... _. y,
I
i 1 Nine 16 to INDO ft additional damages caus said, are made through coordinatIon "hlo .n4. //10 .?. L'r'52;;
1 i'' Federal ... lIoD.i: ::
Ihut. extend through 1948 no la d* uol.
: rolls of I I. 8-9 mnuulh used. by the second orm:' The of aerial photograph and >la'tkil'spl. of .rlda.4xaaail.pl.aprp. 1141. silk .1 5.p0.ohw.COwoll A. 1I..rin. n. IkE SWat5

;, ,. wire for Irnrinn. trell ., etc I WASTED Position;; ;; as 1 III already requesting. land survey which definitelyfix JUDGE DOES NOT "onIA."... Bard....P4,05 af "Co I, Ions anr aad ..0bid. ( e.$ 5,000a :, Onl.I_.b. '.II' ';.0111 II SO 510Pub.

!c cheap Mchler, 333 N l. !>!ixieIlilhw.y I k.per. :sperienced. in federal aid certain mapping point on .. eo lot N'S or _l..* .. C"rh CfroIt Cee04 Mont.Poutoor.

I :' [\ .:..: mart (Ort 161, tllee fu shed Will sleep :It was Impossible to Immedi each photograph. The topographical MED MEMBERSHIPIN Iwa.. ... "R, II. he,. lI-nsa.. tmoty. -aw: : ..DVEkTIS0SvorIct
tel estlmats farm losses BAR ASSOCIATION (111..11 I S. (crew, D.C ,
;i: I FOR SALE ) Seventeen I or out. ox B. Btuart. -bu map are of particular R. ALL Chalesue. ...... .6. Oct t. 5 o 5. 1041,
dour," are far less than the total 505,4 C..lxomcsfI. ..
he .
value said became they show 0
The New I'g: '
l 1 erroneously report. 0.5. Non. 0.: NOTICE Maaiipntirati
I "" complete ,ith' franm and Is. LEGAL LOVE EMINT
In the lower .010
'Glades .
-- contour which would be of aid ed last week that M. O Llttman, u 5
\ I' JIr hardwanS Five panel 30 xilollars I IIELPW TED formic discouraged mucklands I In LEGS5.: ADVE 3eMINTTii8 : I0.05t0500-I I
'J" drainage or other development city attorney stated that candidate NOTKg OP APPLINOTICE ION toa TAX : Oa* IH'I 11 I II
.Ir; ; < sevU4 each. Phone I i iO fuuntalt Short hours, are said to be ".looking I. i: d dn ... '
: plan / / for municipal In (N CIOCIJIT US? OF TIlt 4 p
L.Highest Judge
1 'JI: RKEIMORO. ('t. 16'tO.NCKETt pa,. 11 e or emale. the sandlands" in this area NINTH IVDICIAI SCOOT IN AJlD I 01.O.1a Ill lal) shOt In... 'I I.
point I in Martin county I the coming city election "mUltI fOIl MAllTIN* CrT, 'LOII'I' .... ... ..
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.1 : i iJ Drug Li a VIeW to starting truck IS MIR GlVt0' '10.0 _... I' .401.
I .. 1" ; run hen he declared. Is an 80-foot sand I have passed the Florida Bar Association 1N CMANCUY. .0. seas Jpp. A.dpraoa pad .i. A.d.p.: ... 5.1,... who 4.. I 4P 0nosblp

t .. r struction Storm Vermin 111111111111111 "" hill near Jensen Beach. .. The error was' our c. W. fU'riooCkl: t hI. .". k'tdon. or Ccslft.xS. N.. .. ,.ll
J(t : Dikes are being watched care SIaiaIlffSCAnS. II, I..... Sb. Itk d I Au..... A. D. *1.00501., Il 50O'app.
: II tlreproofwalls. eak proof roof and SERV ES Municipal Judge candidate .. S
j OfFERED Port lilt ka flkkavo so" op .,ei.. 0.1 ., .." I ,IIA
f 1 .rn o'I, I ''l. I'. W build for you at 11I11I11111I11.. at Mayaca where large I do not have to be member of IlOOIIOt'A do ..da api,,",'''' aou d..d .. .5I., ,
.1 A I.. .t' eoit holding. and muck plant- 18 GET- CHECKS .0. hood onntfIaosa" oo.bos 1.500.o.. '
: I sto on hand. Septic OOS'T W. T until It'o too : the bar. They must be qualified 50, e.iI.sl' op 10045)
E t ;: tanks wal! tanks waler tilt, See us day fot. I IIn.urant are threatened but have so elector NOIRE! T PPrAenit !is tOo Cao.tp el ;. = :. 91.. ....PIP.pn. I .' .100 .x.W''
i G N.: ers, bird ath bench ends : escaped: serious harm. Farm : ITATII or. LIlA TO, CAaLaORlaT Ida ,...It, I/I ,, nll op05r
t |
j J I } steppinf nes I steps and coix1 the nea that nanelal you need. on Indian,.wn Development FROM F.S.E.S. tlvltle for the : who HANJoY.10: 00I. o....*dmdcao.t. k* SlOop ao000on 1*.. 5 iPloa, '"' JI....... xlPltoIllll.,.. .1. ,,st.004"
handicapped
'J 7Y crete work \ WenneKheimer holdings reported small! loan 1..donxIlc..o.d. ..k.... ._, a 5/5 xl 0.... so W of aa s.dC .', A.,
1 I ";1 f I lIp Law Theodore Dehon and encouraging, Hood showed that progress had been 005.. .. ..._ en 0. S05Ilxu, ..,dall ,.. 1.01 4 W xl. 00//i'PI.I : 5.01. c. 55,04..
pro. ;
i 1 1"" Port Sewn Stuart Post Of. Bun. Dr n Bid Phone made during the \last In all.. p.0x oJ"I e lxonrn0 b. p.epac..u. .. : .
'Ii ,, year reducing : .
f'\'\ flee pt. 23 Oct X,9 16 : ._.10, md-f or ,dot 00.I 0.,. 5*, ML IliLTbsoooxeoO .kka
l ,
I Martin county unemployment the number of disabled ox- 1.05 H._. ii, .... .. H..I I"'. .1 110C'.ull I
I .
1)401
,I''! ; J I lOItSALE: ire extinicuixheni. Bt'UDOZ- -AND Russia AlcuwliT II win at Insurance payments for the Veterans and handicapped civilians .1..._H.ont.. 10 aN..k 00_ 0.. 05055 10 .01. 0.005,0.w. 5a,. to. said 011, ..Wilp laosoO .I.. OoIdbId.txIC..olx.', 0,1. coIl'

: I : : S600 See hn !Mann ( It'l in lUll/ I on "tlie! d..y1c/ week ending Sept. 27 amountedto seeking jobs The Stuart 0.b.SlOono.xdo lno.xlIIs.. .. 10. sooo .1 ...... ...Oirn.. ,' '100tl.N..qsl

i t -. Fire Depl [hone 199 AND DITCH nl IKING. to have signed a n itK"nal con $215 and were' made to IS men office has placed I handicapped _koox 5dI0.n....-. nod"0.1., I 0,0-.tb.r.. iwrUMNtTmr .....- 000.. sold onli, .5 .hlt hg )0.nIt cal'115' 54'IOSALI '

t ( I"" Oct t, I. It. DIRT Oontralct Mutton. H. B Jones. manager of the Stuart persona Including t veteran .Ioi.,.. I........ dmerd s.odl.o : : 50 1.t Fold.oibod p.r. .
t000x ; .
I day B 0 P. 111. Kelley ....,... hl. 11.,10 ."li.-M.-" 0. tO.hl,0..t
; since the
5 ,1 ton SALt: Jl and4h.p.Lau. -- -- office of the Florida flute beginning of last October. : .IIy. ml no TpoMa' .1olo. .. kIll., I m,5 kss 4.., p01.1.1
4 i' son air-cool engine Also Son. ft 329. Coco, FIa. Employment Service reported today .b.a ..Oono, 10 !oO-. vh* 1111100.b M. m lb. 000* :. 05. rnonlbaNpo.kn. ..... ., eo.. .,00.of5.5'
\ I' lee Earl! elley. Stuart J 0... .. Os 01..... 4.. ali... .... 1t4T. wh .4 .... lid. doe olNocaoin "
I In urging employer to list .t t0.ti: ::
\ I'.t, Irrigation j nps. Ulmer Mu- ... ....- ..._ TI'00t0.500. 550? .
.t _tor_Co._ tf _Camp.. _el. 18, U, 3.. Compensated unemploymentIn their Job openings for disabled ..... T.5lxO. If tf ..**. M tf Idle.lckoit!'olod this sIlk of ......... -. ; iieout
.
r : u ...... a..a.o.... .
( 005o. 4-
'00
worker with the
I I i CHRISTMASthem RD.iior ii'e PAYROLL Olt-National this county registered a* out EmploymentServIce : ,I._. Ic' 04000 oud

1/I M now a| your name onfnce tem for raping wags of work through no fault It their office. Mr. Jones pledged .0 dobon.7= .1 :tJ .. 0taOh. ( Cooft RodL. POOZSOY NOTICE orf

', )IMJ Stuart News ) tf hour 111'1eldlDI' \ Us aDd own and available for suitable that the local office will refer to x.noTn..ooonOTo.lx.a, 001,11001 Cl-nO CinosS, Coo II...,. C-.tr. .

;I ,Jj' AVOCADO' tS;' iaiin lal aeeur reports, when employment were classified at: employer only those who are ..r ._.... Tn'hoM Jpkp. H. HII..... : GUNS, D.C ..V.1001.k0"L.. :

g" e I gallon cans .rafted winter.in have 1. more emlo, skilled 2, and unskilled 18 qualified to fill these job openings BBOWto rwtti tM.***10.U .. i4.p..000Isoos mr slim. a.. .. 10, 0... S. i :: 1547.LEGAl. tor"..I. will "' ..115,1e

It'f L 't ') See u to ,. Ask for Ih_ ,, Statewide unemployment insurance hi. ...,_. ._ k ln. ..to*> tk* Clrrultaf ,
) f g j' '1 bearing van' 57.00 each !lob ......M. vrvdH""' ... .U Mkn. pnt.lx. All TIOLMENTNOTIC& : c....". fI
; t; Getlbenial houae anv dav: the Stun e.. .Wee. payment amounted to Employer order and application elxlolsl' .5.OI. ..._..k, .... DrAPe pokHflp" 1. ,Oa 50 ,,
I 1 173822 and were made to 10.- for job should be or ...,.( 01.1 I. I4.no..k s.d 01.sW. .. TIOIf roa TAX ..... 0.on rIJIn1IuxdnwklnJ
r11 Edwin A. Pt finger 8r, 211 ,
DO YOU M trouble with Moat L. Ha. aloe h... so tt.WA
837 person during th. made at the Florida State Em- 50.o a I -
; ij Martin Rand. week 05.LI4..m.Oo.d .,.. Lo0s0Hxs.5k. e. ISIS plO 'P'eWl'
hen. not aylngi: Then ending September 27 These figure -1 ployment Service at Stuart .0.. ........ If W.l 0.4 a., JlVFICI I IN '..In. _
..1 t 4 Hess Pan| -mln Stuart ....... i'lL' .M .00 000., ..._ 15 Hr T' OIV'JrN.Ita, .. .......
i -AI' FOR SALE: Cocilut Palnu Sago do not include allowance Courthouse on Thursday Job ....- .....- ....,.... Cola-ru S. H Sb. .0.1dm ., '100 ..r''''
Store 000
I 1 to order will also be ........ tetlonhe so Ii 1. fui ..o.1onOISO.
Palm., Date IWms, Poinsettia paid 16,435 unemployed from taken over er ,0.eIn .10''talMl krIk. ( Son ICIt"JrIIT:
dod 0. "
itIi untie tkrpy.k. ...4>r pr .5005 ..b... ... a, .... 1. 100. .... 'looId(
:' 12'' plants. Other pnall plants In federal fund which were $37&,- I telephone 608 Fort Pierce: **mt. Dpfnutontair all .. pc.no tbsp. TO., a.... ..dPP

f. I. Cans J. I. CrNx. 311 Albany knee Drug pads CorSPENCER snUets. eta, He's Got New 699 during the same period .-.."""n.mc0.efllIS0.to. k...J j p.00 rlikl' into....(w. .0..o't xl,.00.s.d 00.,, -'lea.a ....a *"of ot..no..a.doo..l ..... !: .. i._ s-

r Annue.'f Statewide payment to non- CHURCMM OF CHKIST !SCIENTIST ''nto..., to UM fpll' e 4..db.1. 004. .5

i* Oct ,. J.. PPORTS tot w.men. Life! yeteran for the week reflected i ii IIP"DOCTKINC af *0.OP L ATWIuKOT'..- .B.rmap wklik* la l in ....!. CM.trMwlkwwl kIo. .. .11 C.eUfWis.. II. II. Y_ of I.. -

Meq melt.. LouSe an Increase over the previous pill t = to CkpnkW ol Ckrlal.. 5i,*. 1 PPrtpwtkwMt N5 I" I11.T 1. I. peyHecMAR71 ? II

ROSE: BUSHES: ear.old field ney U'IPier.o. range AT*. We'll give week when $169.467 was paid. II.... "UrMipoul lk. wvrM .. BiaaarTk. -nprt< 1 tIwIsi' s.d D.so05lo. p.t.ti .. STATE rioOIDA
t : grown everb Inf plants; Ph in-M for your worn While 00 : Vet n-olbo..5 .art (UWkI.1 uS Blopk "III *<> lIh.latII I. -..... hal.Ih
i I fatigued tire. 2 person were placedon OaMn 'tot Tka .._. I.. _lk.Ml ._.*. IIWI6I. .... .0
"second
;. !; over fifty ehwrite e' varieties, pol.tmenl.OO that'll make a 'em job through the Stuart F8E8! ..Ma f Ik..r or%Ai. I.*.t"* Ikaai.. wkM tkal aN pirlpk m,..,t...K. eo bIbos' .....,asa,, -II.....I, -.01w 5 ......, mono 0 10010.10105 pkala: *f I iBi:?'Mlka II' o.50 ar Haa.R..0 I. e. *1'' ?5Y. OS.
for 51 Smil, .
free talof with Om .. T "L
office U.
WAflSee nUl It's io* like brand-new In September 15 veteran Ie 110. p1 af 110.4" II c.nxthi.) .. amex! dl dmtIYoox.is.h.t 511 1 TO cocD1''AS.

1. rose In eolor T-Tex Rose us toilInsurance ) for .. Bring and 23 non-veteran Including lilli, .50,105. 150.0 I. vOl. ;nmd 11.1, co.uW.IPtLTM ._. 'i
L; L Nurseries, ?. OTexas. x 532, Tyler, your old tread-bare* eoe..... 511dm mo daa 'OOiOmbrrnM. A......'. 1"" "
tl 14 too I.
., it you need women were still seeking employment -oo. S So VoOooIue tos Had .... oak k.. 1 I.... a,alap| lied ...
I fJl We'll renew 'em in thu 0101., hIs L.a.. OntO 0.5o'rn. ,mIxI00CIn.StC. < lO00l0x. ,. .... b IA'! '
the new fli nelal at the beginning of An .5 .00 pn4 I. 'to. -
... .
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C.
j Oct ; Urn Plarlda.a Ckaapprf kr fj. Cm.', .IMAH '
M t. It 23, SI Ity Law. ,leodore Dehea JItU! October.on uUtmkmrn.I.i w.Clnbu lx Oh. no aatltM Chap $5.5. of 7004.. 5,1400.1 xl500lO10x
to.. mm Pr. 10,0 0.4 0.50 0.1.C5L I. th. ..._ ., .1.0
n. 5'o.0.
Son Dehonl the other hand there 'I e llifcj sod ra- Oslo. sob .otltOot.. '
Bldg Phone are p-t.
THE IDEAL ChrIst & (.ift; G Reasonable Price ; .la :' ': tp0., till t* a>Ua nksfl Os i.b.m noedlo 5. Mo 10.ppxpnt .Ih' II( f 1.0 poJ0:0tr.
4 kjt I.1 E. Automatie Eleciie Blanket 0READ currently e Job opening at the bu1l 4 ad r4s.ui had, aa mob at pita karpkr ardprpd d..si ,. .s.h m.liflml.seonOIfloinC '. z ::
1 local office Th. ;;,_ i file wltk Ik* CUtk or.... Oaart at ,.idsatO.bIgOrnu : .. I *
,
4I fli Vse ear Lay Away *laa. Mar. THE ktAMI IOELS.LD.EARLT Stuart Recap greatest demand Cc.0 al,.0t.t..ld.o tOi,5.oO.e Cwaatr Caartroar 80 .Slaaia, rbrlda. hMdxi 05 Ii 0 bee. 4.. 1*' .1.001., ,l.lS.dS
I II for 1U Ctmtio.
v !iii laborer. wrlttaa apwarar Ipprpaaallr I mtaK flp.I Omlon Is .1.- "
tin County Electrle 0. Dehon MORVING sso,. s "S.Wsm 0.5 J0.It5 AttarMFl la 10 05 wov
Bid. rhone IS. 1 Ocl 16G TO Service Job order and application oak K t hi I.fl05 ," Op M., dap af Ha akn. ,pal I 7. aad aa Ikpraaflnwrlttaa tk* I4lk 1ugsbl.b S ISID br I .101..10'-:' .... 0",

1 1 Lk1 SALERNf, PALM for Job should be mad at the ost :::c4 flk wkk. ..14 Cion ... da. ; :' a a. ,i3et.iut.5t0s55 Ii will 0.' W .dI
E. WRINGER.T, Washers GOLDEN GATE TU1 ,
STUART Chaion's Service: Station FSES office located at the eta- ?mI s.d 5. a4 Coa lalalHI 110.55' aiof'51ti0'y
1 ii for lnusHtdiale Martin PALM mi =tt pailiilpid k> 0.008 I
delivery CITY. \ PHONE IM M. PIO. HIGHWAY u. O.l. art Courthouse Job order will :: : .
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,3 14 Ill Count Electric! Co. Dehon H P. DONALDSON, BOX -. Sit ttwart, t'Ito.Ii also be taken 0i00 05I T.sOb. 0 scia ookm cbn. so.' nes B'M' w c.-...., .fU kT...... .. : Ck50 of Dm5 C honsi.pce.s.aoy Cissli., Tr.LMlT
over telephone s 1mm 50. tv:
.o. ( d fcr i.a, aad auk af ,',
WL p aa4 Bide none TO. tf = _
STUART FLA.: Oet 508 rort Fierce 05,0.51. sod W Oo ui .5. tell.le .. k. pakllak( ta Taa Soon,* 001 vsa.c44it.. I

ia1..4 11*.,.,R lwa>.|i ...akH.kad 'la. Itaart. pool not.... 5. 0 p00'zt


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: STTABT! KIWI STUART Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1I4TBOCIAL PAGE SEJD

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NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.Items office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon matt*n ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper 1


Homo Telephone M-W Office Phone SO*


lr. and Mrs.. W. C. King of FORT PIERCE -RECTOR TO I nEW TO NEW YORK Mn. Freddie Shell Of South Mr. and Mn. 3. M. Phillips, 181 WUIard' parents, Mr. and Mrs. !I
Rapids! III.*,- ended a ADDRESS MEN'S CLUB Halloween Goblins Will Ride
U I Jerry Smith of the lighthouse I \Vllllamsport, Pa.. secretary for Bryant Ave. L 0. Moore 80S fitypmann >Blvd.As .
,eymoon trip\ here tat wick." The Rev. Samuel C. W. Fleming -: and Jim ) "
Merriman ot
Merri- the late James Foreiman is w- 'I
are waking their home st rector of $t. Andrew Episcopal For PT-A Annual CarnivalStuart man'i Tavery. flew to Blngbam-! pending a week at the Fores- J. M. Pneuman of Berea Ohio
Atlantic Court Apt- A brother church of Fort Pierce, will I ton N. Y. Saturday to Join the man place at Port Bewail. She 7 1 1OOSE
1 LOYAL ORDER OF
1 18 'winter at Jensen '
Robert B. King of King Sign, be the guest )
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guest speaker at the October Veterans' football aggregationthere I was accompanied on the motor
C. ,purchased the Ideal Taxi school student will trip down by Mrs. Ethel: Boyer Beach.
upper meeting of MRA. DECKER ENTERTAINS '
W. the for the Sunday afternoon s r I.ODGx 1240 y 11''I:
C. Cuthbert. '
rice from I Episcopal Join parents and teacher in of Hughesvllle, Pa. -e --0 s 6,00 P. M.Is .
Men' Club at 1:45: )lrl. 1. L. Decker of South game with the Endicott South-' 0- WUIard a WEDRUDAr9
Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. ,
rounding the and N
:p.m. Tuesday at the parish up goblin Dixie Highway was hostess to side Social eleven. Smith wenton Mr. and Mn. Fred Dickman odeHall
STUARTCOMMBSION house Dr. Fleming' scheduled elves for the P.-TA'i annual{ the Matron'i Claim of the Methodist to New Jersey and stopped\ of 143 Cleveland Ave. have returned and baby, Reba Marilyn, of Mlami. :, Stuart, A.t .
.
ITY I appearance here!, the night of Hallowe'en carnival to begin at Sunday School at a cover- by Washington on business on for another winter lsl I were! Sunday guest ot Mrs. !C;
I the storm, was postponed until 1:30: p. m, Thursday, Oct. W. The Stuart after spending the sum -- I" '
ed dish luncheon
Tuesday.
Regular Meingi this month. Mr*. Archie Kldd the return! trip. Merriman plan mer months. Nw Jersey. (
This traditional fall event of the
I : president Mrs. A. C. Courson ned I!
will be in charge o( supper arrangements to return with the player* -0-
!
8,00, P. I Stuart Parent-Teacher Association opened the meeting with a devotional Mrs. Ernestine Eckes returned
2nd and < tlsEDNES .I : : It the one and only budget service and conducted the Pharmacist Jack Brown of the Friday to her home, 68 West

AYS WSCS MEETSDAYi; I raising affair of the year and is first monthly business cession of Stuart Drug Sore: with his wife Fourth St. after ten day in I Wa
Stuart Cit malls : NEW STUDY CLASS BEGINS staged by the room mother the year. A general discussion of and ion, left last week for ,a Martin County Hospital where
''Ch1J. Woman'* Society for Mr*. Joe Constance, gennral plans for fall activities followed. t reeweek'alacatlon.. They she underwent a foot operation. Y'l{l 1 1t
a Service of ths.Metho! chairman festival Other present were E, D Wells, will visit her family In Memphis Although recovering satisfactorily : -
of the 1947 ,
ub Alwgy Welcome dist church will meet at 3 p. m.i Mr. Norris Cossaboom, Mr. J. she will be unable to returnto f4v
met with her assistant and his relative Arkansas.. t
: Tuesday at the church. Mrs. Monday M. Phllp, Mrs. W. H. Barnett, nursing duties for several
Evan Crarf will\ be in chargeof I 1 afternoon at the school to make Miss 6. B. Totten Mrs. J. i. Mr:' and Mrs. Brown recently weeks, it was reported.
11111111111111111111ourself the program preliminary plans. Another moved from the Atlantic Courtto ..... -
tpof I Richard and Mrs J. Y. Harper.
111111 : The first toll\ Mission Study meeting has been called for Oct.: the Loy home at 407 North Mr. and Mrs. Henry Messer of .
s class will\ be conducted by the I 24 when final detail will be. arranged WEEK OF PRAYER TO BE Detroit, Madison were Sunday guests of e

hen ut ur Way S teacher O'clock, Mn.:;IiriJ:1: { : Although, all room have not OBSERVED A week of OCT. 86-NOV.In the Meth-S W. R. Reynolds- .r-former sheriff bi

meeting. ''Commlt::d Unto Us" completed selection:. of P.-T A. odist churches prayer ef the nation will of Milton Mill. Vt* ho I leased WE BUY -- Junk,
is EARL'SDDAKHOP study group, Mrs. Richards announced /the following list: First Participation of the Stuart Cleveland Ave for the winter wrec scrap
1 I trade, Mn. Ernest Lyons Mr. church will II j led by the worn.ell'l and expects to arrive shortly. cop an b l
I Fred Ball], Mrs. Phil Pence Mrs." organizations. The Wom Sheriff Reynolds came to Stuart
'I Mr. and 'Mr.. W. C. tUmmi 'Early Bendy Mrs Charles Por- an's Society for Christian Service for several years until last win- SIS O'S
ter his died In Ver-
who have spent the summer' at! ter; second grade,' Mr. Dick will conduct a special meetIng when wit AUTOSouth ARTS
FOUNT* DRINKS Ocean City N. J.,. are expected: Ashley, Mrs. H. W. Schwab, Mn. at the church'from I to 4 mont.
NDWICtJB & COFFEE I to arrive' in Stuart today for: George Conrad, Mn. Price p. m Tuesday, Oct. 28 and the Nell c Whm.orChlcalrO has Di Highway
NDIANlmVN, FLA. another season at their winter: French, Mrs. L Johnson, Mr*. Wesley Service Guild have chargeof week at his oceanfront
spent a levee
lUHIIIIttllllAlllllllllllllMIIIIIII home, 204 St. Lucle I Crescent Barry Orr, Mrs. Phil Maxwell a similar program from 7:30: Fort
,... Mrs. Ernest Klelbens, Mr*. Dewr home on Jupiter Island having Ph e129 I
i
; to 8:80: p. m., Wednesday,Oct. come down to Inspect recent tl'
ej Chaaon. Mn. Douglas Urqu- l9\\
lath Iran Tile and Asphalt Tile hart, Mrs. George Evans and BUILD NEW HOME -storm-damage._.__. -
Mrs. Velma C. Mallon. Mr. and, Mrs, Ellsworth: F.
Also Su I Belgian Tile in various colors Third grade: Mrs. Arthur De- Schnurbusch, newcomers from
r and 3/16 Commercial hon and Mn. Glen DeBerry; Johnson City, W. Y., are building STVDP inJ
LLATIONS fourth Mrs. O'Conner, Mrs. F. L. a new home at the corner of 0
NS !
and SALES Gday
Reddish Mr*. 8. O. Crews and Camden Ave. and Sixth St. and 7 ,
Ti eat \- Drain boards Porches of '
Mrs. Charles 8eyn; third ant) expect to move In next month.He Con about build shintng jpui\rcams ,vI
Tile us
Quarry fourth combination Mr*. R. M. 1* employed In the meat department your t t
FORT IER ILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. Ralstln Mrs. Walter Davey, Mrs. of the A & P Store ing p blems. I BEAUTIFUUTERhMWONAt I STERLING \'
Allen Baker, Mr*. Vernon Chas-1 This Is their first season In Florida -
E. OWLETI on and Mn. Smith Oule; fifth and they have been living in PAINTS

Mr. R. B. Kavanaugh, Mr*. W. the Luette Fulford home on ALL BOARDS bemtifnt solid
JmmI ,
V.UVMMS
0. Box III Pho787 111 N. lllh St, Fort Pierce E. Heir, Mr*. Michael Harklns Camden Ave. \ IV'' np to :yon silver ; ,
for yonrVifctinw !
IF 1111IF and Mrs. Vernon Chason. -- C MENT PRODUCTS Mrling t t III ')
IR Sixth, Mn. J. C.. Anthony, Jr. RED CROSS BROADCASTTO d I Come In and fctfc show yon the. Site International? I ,
BRICK [ jmwnt or rndl simple or ornate,K ,
Mn. J. F, Bozone Mrs Newt BE HEARD SUNDAY patterns 'I I
Chase Mrs. L. E. DeLoach, fifth-!, LUMBER ,si you h Ilia.u And f. toliJ tilvtr.,,v list-designed-: etch I. J t
'UGfcTE affl GREENLEES sixth combine Mn. H. B. Rains; Mrs. A. O. Pittman, nutrition ; death fini.hcd Jt c cctkn.(,_ I i t"" .
seventh, Mr*. W. W. Meggett, chairman of the Martin County Mll WORK & ROOFING Prima Off f- t hununUnuiSat frig" MIl ml hoi]" .'
Blue' Jr., Mrs. L.C. Klclclltsr, Mr*. ,Earl Chapter of the American Red r.JIW Begin i like, with /fad lace setttag '
f Engineering, Su eying, Print Green, Mn. A. A. Hendry, Mn. will be heard WIRA I burp I
Cross, over AL SHRICLl Y.'Mgr., :(at little u Sir tax Included) your sec: as )
W. A. Heirs, Mrs. George Spencer at 12:15: p. m. Sunday In anotherof you go alone. Ins) value. (for you'll nnvr' tut'it.mamui i
Estimate SubmBed ,On ijequast Wilson; eighth,.' Mr*. Leland the monthly series of publicservice 'replace I Sterling! The- lovely fl.....et J JI
Eas Lumber r..r
Coast
Bauer, Mrs. H. D. Hayes Mrs. D. programs over the Fort p.uus iIIuiu I It Sjirinj Glory. *'
3 Nth St. Stuart, Fla S. Hudson Mr*. A. A. Hendry Pierce radio station. The script- ..
Mr*. O. L. Edenfield and Mrs.. written by Miss Beverly Smithof ,' .
H. B. Rain Stuart-will stress the Importance & Co.i '
Sup ly C. IE. WALKER
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PHONE11V
< Ninth, Mn. Karl Krueger. Mrs.: of food value in school

C. E. Hoke, Mrs. Joe Constance; lunches. *. *" ,
tenth, Mrs. 11:. D. Wells, Mrs. Du- Phone 22 '. O. Bo305 Stuart'florida Jewelers ,
: STUART KIWANIAN8 STUART
rant Fulton-Mrs. Arthur Row- O't.AV
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CONVENTION
ATTEND '--
ell. Mn. : A. Jamison: eleventh -
where I siu./y Joe Mrs. L. A. Arbogast Mr. Jerry ; '
'
\ Rom MArshstery
Smith Mrs. Grant Leak; twelfth, I Stuart Klwanlan who attended -
Mrs. Leslie Bartlett Mr*. Otto various sessions of the three-
Matousek and Mrs. Mary Toble.: day state convention In West
Palm Beach this week Included II
of MRS. TROXEl HOSTESS Lon Tyson, president, H.- H. no ncemen t l :
Mrs. Barbara Troxel of the Thayer, secretary, T. T. Ough- AJ
the issing Farms Stanley Home Product Co.. entertained terson, Albert Bhrlgley, George r.r.I I
with a demonstration Keith and Phil Maxwell. .. < I I
0. the as r of.farms In a* oar free,; America life .ls! this week at the Port Sewall
Ira la shrls (by a quarteraw Where. every member to home of Mn. Franklin D. Jones. ARRIVES FROM LONDON .. 'I II
ios hthe t 8v. year,!). .orates and slum. the work.. Guest were Mrs. Jones and her Mrs. Clara Mitchell of London r
ty b.ppe to the miming viaf together !I. tcnpcraic and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Tuck, arrived In Stuart this week with I',.. ; ,
f The lLed M bees takes IcJ...ran.._te.p ranca. that pro. Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar, Mn. Andrew her, son-in-law and daughter, .
y eth.r farm Its rerhg tb. fieri Moderate.benr..lik.liter Dragll th. Mn. H. H.Thayer Mr. and Mrs. George 8. Wilkinson 'tV,
| Mrs. J. F, Bozone, Mr*. Edna who met her In New York.
.tae t I I and tolerant for a lute that stay i r' I !
.p by sty Acres !
Coutant, Mn. Dick Ashley. Miss The family visited in St. Louis ,,1TO !
i this ._ mean farm | be different from one's owe.he Beatrice Falrclough and Mrs. before returning home, They WE RE EASED I : h
longer amlly onto From when t ail, our family' : Florence Nurse are! staying at the St. Clair hom:
k fJed the 'oa el Mo Farms (and they're 96% of Mfarms at Jensen Beach for I few days
lihtc owe farVonly today th ) are something that this P.-T.A. EXECUTIVES MEET as the road to their new homein NOU E THE d
with bor savi country can be proud oft I Irriihl WITH PRESIDENT TODAY North Stuart 1 II till flooded. & :
Iptwnt they eaij ,and!. n The executive committee of fli 1
1, nun work. the Stuart Parent-Teacher Association MRS. DONALDSON RETURNS
.tS.a it .bsuld the 6 yIs Q.., flJA: will met at 1:30: this Mr. Rose Donaldson returned l 'I f.'
a fortress of mere O"' / afternoon at the Albany Are.home Sunday from a month' visit ) I.I.
of the president, Mn. Garland with relatives in Thomasvllle\
Edenfleld All officer and Oa., where she was called by the en n0J fill o!'
,C ,19ft,Vniltd Slain Brewers fmuiatimLOYAL )
committee chairmen are urgedto death of her brother-in-law, W.
; I
take part In planning the activities B. Cook.
for the new school year. 1' '
The annual Hallowe'en carnival Ted Chamber* left Thursdayfor ;\
Oct. 30, will take precedence In Jacksonville to Join Mr. and ( i
the discussion, with the work Mrs. R. L. Mllam for a late-sea- ; '
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1 :AGE EIGHT: ".... THE STUART NEWS. STUART, Martin Ceinty, nORIDA. THURSDAY, OCT. M, 141

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,, \ II d, ; SALES In Jensen Beach Mrs, Francis Stone of Bloomfield -: I iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiin ding date has been set for Friday clet,. The flower girls.\ Carolyn Richard Wallace paZT'
I'' {j" 'j'"I.i ( See U', For ,Iowa, Is here for the winter Obituaries Oct nth.E. Felnauer" and Frances Crews Thursday night at ISM
't'I,' with her son and daughterinlaw dressed In blue carrying
1 :. M. Fulton of Miami visited were of Palm City and
I I III 1I 1\\), Repairs and Mr and Mrs. Jack Heaton,! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIRICHARD' pink baskets with yellow (flowers Stuart
Baker
I his daughter Mrs Mark sympathy to Mrs,.
'f I I; SERVICE Parts VISITORS STARTRECISTERINC and family. I .WALLACE }followed by the bride and son, Bill attenZ W III
Charles Thursday. Those
J ". Mr and Mrs Sniper: groom Rev. and Mrs Sterns !
,, and Mrs. Barbara Sniper arrived Funeral services for Richard Mr and Mrs. Frisbee are build- Others present were: Miss Viola, funeral In Hiiicrwt, mZT
,II \\il" ARNOLl BAUERPhone AT Friday from Pulaskl. N Y, and I Roy (Dick) Wallace, 44, who died ing a new home on Palmetto Krieder, Mrs. Ralph Mallery West Palm Beach Were: i"Mr,0 1
k 11' : ?l I' are registered at Hendryi Way Mrs. Chan SUwsef Mr. and Mrs.Chas. L Feinauer, 5
at Mr.
: of leukemia at his! home Palm '
and
k"f" i'' e' for another season Miss Stanley will give shots Knimm Mr and Mrs.Mark a Q, Crews, Mrs
; ; i'' ', St. Lucie Boulevard 142-W Mrs Allen Kendall and daugh-I City at 10:SO Thursday night, for typhoid fever Thursday at Baker, William WhiUdey, Mr, and Mrs. LaVem Yolani
,: JENSEN CAMPS ter Maureen, Mrs J. W Johnson 'wen held! at the Ferguson Chapel the parish haUl s. During the Mr and Mrs. William Burdlck, Miss Viola Krleder, Mn Vta tics
,r' p' ,, Mrs. Holmes Munch and I in West Palm Beach at t Sunday high water everybody is urged Mrs. Belle Roes, Mrs Paul De- Smith and WUllam
By ('H uaoTTt IIELLIER two children spent Friday In afternoon. Burial was at to cooperate All parents with vlllbes Mrs. Marion B. Flak Mt. O W. Crews of BUrditt t
,
I; .... children under three years of brohtt .
-< -- West Palm Beach. and Mrs LaVern Van Ness Beach visited his
I ". Mr. and Mr. W. C Johnson Mrs. T. R. Helller and daughter Hlllcrest Cemetery there, age should boll all ,drinking Mrs Henry" Crews, and Mr. and Crews, Sunday ,g'
left Thursday for a month visit ; Mary Ann, spent Friday In The Rev. Paul H. W: Olander water, Mrs 8. Q Crews, Mr and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Paul A.1>Dmil,
with the I son-in-law/( \ "and, Fort pierce. pastor,and Frank Atkinson, former Sunday school will be held at Steve Blaaco Mrs Ross Wltham, were business visiton \
daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. 3Ivanck Mrs. C, H. Alderman.was hostess pastor, of the Union Congregational 1:40: a. m Sunday and Church Mr and Mrs. Harold LeHereux Palm Beach WedneadaJ In,, fa
in Grand Kaplan. Mich loner Bridge CIUD at Seymour Church officiated services at'11. Choir practice Is Jerry Karen and Ralph Mall- 1- ?
I 1 le 1tl' S4 They will also visit In Mason 's Inn Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Wallace was a member of held each Wednesday at the cry, Jimmy, David, ,Johnny and
I ", ( Ir/ /1'' Ilia IU GaVMr. High score awards were won by the church church, 7:30 p. m. William Bur- Carolyn Felnauer'Norman,Joyce I
f and Mr*. Clarence GiroudofSNvw Mrs Charles Gay and Mrs, Born Jan. 18, 1803, he attended dick Is director and Mrs C. E. and Frances Crews, Bill Wallace,
: York are again f1I; 'tI.'r- Adolph Hertel Others "playing Palm Beach High School attar Felnauer pianist Francis and Tina Mae Sto eel.
( '" a', I" ''f" ed Jyoceau Breeze for (the sea were Mrs. T, R. Helller, Mrs his parents moved there In E. M Higbee was a business A games party sponsored by
.. anti Laura Howard ,Miss Georgia KIT He wu graduated In 1920 caller in West Palm Beach Mon the Woman's Club, was held at THE MOs pp ,
Turner Mrs. Betty Alderman, A member of a musical family, day. the home of Mr and Mrs. S. O
Mr. arid Mrs. Fullerof
i: ::,::: ':d"p;: ni, mar I In>b I: We; ';" I\f':..4,: ;: Speculator If Ocorie: Y, arrived Mrs. Arnold Taube, Mrs R. 8 be soon won wide local renown Mrs. W E. Stossei left by train, Crews on Palmetto Way Wed r2TAll ANA'3
r. 'II .m IsM" "n I.,1./ .., I I, '" ,., Wednesday to 'apMid the seasonat Robertson, Miss Elizabeth Robertson as a mustean. He played In the Monday night for Rochester nesday evening, These partiesare
I' ,1""""'" 'd'.I"1' / pMI/Dart"largo," .s? their home here. Mrs. E. J, Ward, and Mrs high school orchestra and later Mlnn" to enter the hospital for held each month to raise
tw. .n? tour wnb ..x) aI! ; K Lewis Gamble, In the city bandy For a time he treatment at Mayo) Clinic money to build a club housj
1'' S O Schoonmaker and Frank Mr, and Mrs, Wm, McOee of was organist In local theaters Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Higbee had Mrs Thomas Hooper and chil Iv THE IM Bap,11J8k
11' Weaver who have been here before the advent of sound pictures as their dinner guests Tuesday;
Miami were guests Sunday of dren of Fort Pierce were guests
1 Nectar Tea ",e-Ib. pkg 41 yOur ') doing! repairs (to the Schoonmak-.' Mrs. McOhees father, Andrew evening, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. of Mrs; Henry Crews on Tuesday CHOBEIgOGP
"I t house caused by the hurricane Bloom After graduation he attendedthe Wortham Jr., Mr. and Mrt Lee NE 3851
I \ Own Tea,'/,-lb.)! pk,, 3 returned to their homes Eastman School of Music at Hlgbee and children, VencenJ -
a In Speculator) N Y Friday. Rochester, N Y, and was a specIal Lee and Shirley.
't
i They plan to return In January music student at Rollins and A reception in the form of a

/ A & P Unpee d hive [ Ann Page I Mr. and Mm. A. J. Wllkla left Editorial Desk' I ''Stetson He left Colleges West Palm Beach' In supper honor was of held the new Friday minister nightin FAKM FOR//

1 No. 2 Vi Cln BEANS 'Thursday for Holland, Mich. Odds and Ends I 1933 to become a field worker the Rev Wallace H Sterns and SALE
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APRICOT ,3 ;, here they will visit relatives with' the General Accounting his wife, Mrs Sterna. After
-- with Tomato Sauce for a month. They also visited Com on In, the water fine. Office. From 1935 to letS he supper there was a prayer by I
their In Macon da. worked In the OAO at Washington Rev, H. H. Jones of Stuart. A 220 leared and under fen
A & P Sugar Aided I and Pork son en Just, an invite thrown at ran- I acre 8 mile from ton]
1 No. 2 Cl" rout", dom to the dozens of potential During that time, he mock wedding was performed on paved(pad. Two-story dwelBig with 3 bedroom I
2 Cans 25c Mr and Mrs Fred Sanders,I candidates for city commission was organist at the Augustan marrying the minister and his
APPLE SAIICE lcA Also 2 co&ges and farm build* Soil I
ideal
g. forth
Lutheran Church' wife to the church The
there wed-
Ann Page who have \been at Ocean Breeze er who so far are sitting on their ,
While have gone' to Miami hands without making a public In March, 1948, Mr and Mrs ding services were read by Mr. growing; oBall kinds of vegetAles br for stoc A|
& P Small, declaration. Wallace and six-year-old son, William Burdlck Mrs Herbert
MACARONI Pilchford s have registered good buy! property well drrARLY d.
I BEETS, No. %an ifc the following for the season Mr e .Richard William Wallace moved Sudhoff sang "I Love You Truly -
and Mrs J. D Oarr of Salem Speaking at random 'we see from Arlington, Va.. to Palm ." Those In the wedding party
1 Mel-0-Bit America* 2-lb Baf Ohio. Mrs B. }, Williams of that Uncle Sam has $79000 on City and purchased the R. L. were Harold, LeHereux, 8 O '
,,I'' CHEESE I, .$11)0; ) SPAGHETTIq Youngstown; Ohio, and Mr and I hand to spend on experiments\ (Dad) Wall place. Mrs Wallac, Crews, Ed Hale, trustees. of the E MAPP
Mrs C W Spencer of West New- looking toward control of the \1s the former Miss May Nlcker-: church and Mrs George Smith
F jf f burr, MagsMr I prolific and fast-growing water son of West Palm Beach. I superintendent of the Sunday REAL
q Ann Page Salad \Pintiar ? r25iPksi.l 7c R
: and Mrs, W. C.Simltt have I hyacinths-/and suggest that the Other survivors Include the School. Mrs, 0, B, Cadwell, clrkof
: t DRESSING \ ic A & P Grade A arrived from Hancock N Y. and II upper waters of the South Fork parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willia i the church and Mrs Mary
are registered at Pine Lodge for be used as an Ideal "experimental O Wallace, who live on StateRoad i Porter Mrs., C. E. Feinauer,| P. O. ARCACt BI DC. PHONE Hi
A & P Spanish Style I 2 tin. SPINACHNo.2V2Canl7c the season ground" Many methods of 80 west of Military I Trail, president of the Ladles Aid So-
111i'' TOMATO SAU C George Gideon returned Saturday control have been proposed and sisters, Mrs. Wendell (Bobble) I
from a munlh visit with tested so far but aa yet no surefire Allum, West Palm Beach, and
his brother Donald Gideon, In system has been devised to Mrs. W. B (Florence Edna Wal-
t I\\4' Memphis, Tenn. get rid of the noxious weeds. lace) Johnson, Winter Park, anda JflECIALSl
NIBLETS Tommy Hellicf. Jr. who \Is attending s brother W B.''(Dub) Wallace: GROCERY
d RITE MEATS the University of Flor- This belongs In the "Flshln Tucson Ate.SEABOARD .
BRAND i Ida at Gainesville spent; the week Column" but that was made up
I Whole Kernel I Corn Wj12ox ERN CHUCK end here with his parents Mr. when we got a postcard from L. CITED
I I and Mrs. T R, Helher S, Oregolre of Palm City this New York.-A"Citation of Ex-' TETLEY'S ORANGE PEKOE l
18GRI R STu 63c Allen' Kendall returned Sun morning advising that he ha cellence"
for Its 1946 report to
: Can_ day from Reading, pa where he 500 bamboo fishing poles up to stockholders, security hold-r
I Ann Page Condensed has been visiting his parents.Mr. 40 feet long to give away to any. and employees was awarded the TEA .1/2 IB. pkg. 53))

; t'', FRI 1 GROUND and Mrs Adam Kendall. one who will come after them Seaboard Airline, Railway at a ;
I H TOMATO
banquet In the Grand Ballroom
g 43c of the Pennsylvania Hotel here
Lb, MIRACLE WHIP SALADDRESSING2 MIHCLE: BRAND.f WEET :
;L,' October 10, It was announced by f
:, SOUP CENTRAL MARKETMEAT the business manager of Financial 'I .
: 32c P 2 1": 29c|
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''I -CUT World a weekly publication ..... .
OCISH! ER 0' LAMB dealing with business and
II" Investments PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING M i,,1
''r, Ann Pag. R 49c PRODUCE As a strong contender for the ;
I Lb. and ROCERIES "Oscar of Industry' trophy In
: : the Financial World SPRY .31
)I 4' PEANUT DR SA- COURTEOUS SERVICE a surveys, the annual Seaboard report can$1.12rCAMPKLL'S

placed third: In annual reports
: BUTTER B CO 4 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED of the railroad,, Industry, with
1 Lb. 49c 2nd and A Iron / Jo Brook the Chesapeake and Ohio and CROSS 4 BLACKWELL TOMATO
'1 N l.lb. Pennsylvania winning( first and .
I second places, respectively CATSUP a 23tlsoui 27c
Jar UUU I 3 3'Cana
I '!I S NYF1D SLICEDCONl ... _

'' Creamery B 85.SH I (Ino line or sinker furnished). ALL BRANDS
GROCERY SPECIALSO'SAGE Mr. Gregolre also advisee that
I' I It. BUTTER I he has six royal palm trees from '
t.\" I F CRAM COTTAGE 20 to 40 feet high to give awayno TALL MIL! 25'
cans
string attached. We call at-
j t tJ i 1 lib. 79C CHEESE C b, tic O'SAGE GRAPEFRUIT tention herewith of the proof-
reader to the fact that his name
JUICE : Is not V-8 VEGETABLE OSCEOlBcUT
; 2 Gregory or Gregorle but GREEN

\ CARDFRUITS N FRESH OZARKlls I+! Oregolre e JUICE 2 2'c: .2 BEAN 2 ZL": 29c|

l\j: : ,' an VEGETABLES I SHEET P POTATOES' 2 :Y' 29cI Americans President to Truman'have meatless s request and to CROSS A BLACKWELL 1 L.

Red Delicious 2 1APPLES 1 poultry-less days" In order to OS
\ Large FirLETTUlE LACK
H1LLTBROS.: PACKED feed has evoked
I f ACUUM Europe no great MARMALADE T 23c I
.2 hd. 15c wave of enthusiasm Moat 22clCHASE
j 1 Sweet SicklePEARS Dry Yellol COFFEE' A. 49c Americans feel that the European (Sweet Orange) f\\ BERRI Can .
curbing of private Initiative -
31bs. 3 ONION
'r' 3ibs..22c has brought about most of & SANDBORN'SCOFF
Tokay Canadian I lb the shortages over there, and
) 'j GRAPES 2 Ibs. 2 jc RUTAB GUS 5c D0GF0 D 2 25c fall to see why we should put on |
: Sunklat LargeLEMONS Green Har HeadS an "austerity program to back lb. 49
up the shortages of socialized .
doz.. .3 I CABBAOE lb .e
'j :c 6c DUTCH C L'' state

'\ ,! APPLBUTER r: '27c e Who Is the tallest man in Stuart '

( Safe ;rtonal Ivory .. ? If this was Ruardean England M' ket als'

)'f; .f fv LUX iOAP, 3 bars) ,20c'eelheart ALL BR NDS C NNED -according to the AP-he Spe
J, would be our Mayor with life-
''I" Toilet MIL 2 25c time Job, until some taller man R '

j ;I '. .; Lrge. pkg. ..35c iOAP 2 reg. are .19c Ca --.-. .. ... came along., The English hamlet ] AL GEORGIA W>KED
has centuries old
a tradlton
.11 4 4' ,' ; l. s 1 2 med. pkgs. 29c iu-White CHUC BEEF that the mayor shall be! the tall CUTLETSTf 79c BACON Piece)

.! : eat man in the village,
-- -- LAKES, 3 Plg8.| .26cweetheart RO TLb 43c

"I Ballard' Obelisk ,_. CHOPS tl.69c
Toilet Palm ,City News
t r, i} 2 bath bars 31c KRAtfrs KAY-N/ URAL BONED awTROLLp'T''
FLOUR.-) By MRS,8._C. CREWS .1BH r 75iSWIFT'S
CHEESE 59c HAMS Io.
elli Poultry
i' 5 lb. bag 55c Lb. MISS ELLEN ROEBUCK ROASL/ 65c
j. ; \, EASONING, pkg.. ..9cJ ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED
J HERMANS ORANGE BRAND
10 lb. 1.05SNOWDRIFT
1 bag
I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walton an-
1. A abisco Social Tea PREMIUM FI
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nounce the engagement of her
[ W INERS
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: ISCUIT, pkg. 13c sister. Miss Ellen Roebuck, to CHUCK f | IN "

: ; i : 'I ; 1 f flA-Silk 2lb. pk Jim Brown of Stuart. The wed- ROAST 59clSTEAKJT 81

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; J \ Mb. can ...38c. ::. Toda eailk.Today

'r a,:..w.., ': : .t' ', ; 1 I 3-lb. can ,.$1:071SSO: '> OIL, .qt._78c ANTHONY'SEconomy R sad sad The/; Complete Footf Store .

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THE STUART NEWS, STUART. Martin County! FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT It, Soil PAGE NlNICIAL
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)- NEWS and.Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.Items fflct MARY for this before HARTMAN piper noon most on ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper t'HI''ll


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E. TANNER, R.N. DUTCH TREAT Ruth'' Hurst Weds T. E. Browning Miss ,Helen R. Relllcy of New GALS SPRUCE UP flapping shirt-laib and slacks :1 : \
HOS.ITAL.8TAtr BEGIN FALL SEASON HomeDemonstration Brunswick: N. J, arrived laud GAINESVILLE LADS were the style-tie* and shirts :;L ;I'tuckedIn I'
' E.Tanner, R JNT. of Mounity The Dutch Treat I 11 I I catching : .
week to spend few weeks flth term to be ,
In Canal Point October 4tn.. a
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, Tf nn, arrived! In Btu- for women of the ; University of I hold, and for the more.fastidlous i' j
her sister, Mrs. F. E. McCord
t Friday to begin dull:* and visitors who like Florida male students mar not coals adorn the male /
Call the staff of Martin They spent the week end In MIami -, take honors In fashion ., It's 'tlI II
a a
Observers
y tY any .student.
Bridge will begin the Notes J. of Is
Mr. aid' Mrs. A. King High School and employedas \
Hospital. She U staying: 'I Beach. : show_but since the history* noted improvement The University
st.Uicle Hotel at 1J:30: p. m. today at By MISS LUCILE INSCOE Kobe Sound have announced the secretary to C. Jennings Derrick I making arrival of girls on the became coeducational I t'l

Restaurant. The marriage of their niece, Miss MD., In West PalnrBe'ach Mrs. Mary Holleran and -her campus there's been u noted this semester, :
begin at 1:30: p. m. at Mr. Browning Is a graduate of ,I. !
ZarnlU have In dress ,
USE CHEESE AS MEAT Ruth Hurst, to Talmadge Eugene mother, Mn. Mary improvement campus
Center and those
SUBSTITUTEWhen Browning, son of Mrs. H. C. Qlcnwood High School Glenn- returned from a two-month vacation say the professors.
1Rlllllilb'AY tend the luncheons Browning and the late M:. wood. Ga. and Is employed! as In Wheeling W. Va.,Pittsburgh ) Where before Co-education
ed to the afternoon meat Is not available or Salesman for Dr. Pepper and7Up '
and Cleveland.
Browning of Canal Point. 1L
: A spokesman for high In price, we look for "some Bottling Co. e._
The double ring ceremony stroke. Funeral service was con.
RbSTaDbt
' and FRIDAY stated that Dutch thing to build a meal around took place In the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Browning! are Mrs. Emily Schroeder and ducted! Wednesday In Fort My. ;
nated for the purpose Now that we observe "meatless"' church parsonage In Canal Pointat making; their home In Canal daughter, Mrs Helena ,Bi-ali: crs. YeeZt '

:TpBER 6 & 17th ing social life and to Is days, we are still looking for the I p. m. Oct. 4 with the Bey. Point. ....... and son, C. E., Jr., spent! Tues -e- 1i I.r:1:1 1t !
community not answer. Cheese lends Itself bothas i W. T. Blair l officiating The bride\ day In West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs Roman J. Irwlu ;
.ive, organized croup. a meat substitute and as a''I wearing a royal blue dress with CLASS OFFICERS MEET ...... returned last Friday from Nw, J I
ers and visitors are food that has satisfying flavor'I white accessories was attended 1 Mrs. A. O. Plttman, teacher Stauffer Bell and friend England!: where they sIlent the

every Thursday. and staying power. Cheese Is a by Mrs. E. O. Reagan, sister of : of the Friendship Class of the George Luther, of West Palm ,Hummer at their :New York City 'H ; !
County"I concentrated food far more, the brtdj groom; The best man Baptist Sunday School was host- I Beach were week-end gurals of apartment visiting In Waterbury -
WINNERS! than "extra" to off else at noon today to oldoorj of I Staufter's Mr and t w
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an top was George A. Maxson of Canal, grandparents Conn., and completion AI n T! 'JI:1Ilji
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ILD I FOR LAST already complete mal It has Point. her class, Mrs. Marvin Rowcll, Mrs Lewis Bell pf Palm peach I their annual vacation In the TAX Ting
Prize winners at protein of the best quality, calcium Mrs Browning Is a graduate president; Mrs. Earl Tillman Rd. I I Berkshires In Massarhusctta "'VEN ATIONI \: .
dajr's Dutch Treat needed for bones and teeth, of the 1946 class of Martin CounINDIANTOWN vice-president and Mrs. Cecil I -e- They reopfned their waterfront Es owe
at the Civic Center riboflavin of the vitamin B. ---.0.- .- --- Donaldson, secretary-treasurer. Word has !been received from I home In St. Lucie Estate this TIT:' UANCaF :
Anderpon Lawton of Family, and If made from whole : PASTOR The afternoon was spent planning Mrs. Sam Headier of the des:/1 week for the winter season. iDA 'YAB

Point; Miss Ida milk It has vitamin A too. Witha _........h.... _.... ... activities for the class for I Monday of her mother, Mrs. W. -e- I i.'I'!i.
Mrs. John M. Law smooth cheese sauce as a start the new fiscal year which began i W. Presslcy, 59 In fort Myere, Miss Julie Tole oC the St. Lucle R TCO. ''l
were three tables in er, you can build many kinds of Oct. 1stWord Mrs. Pressley had visited hen. Villa IS spending a week's vaca : '
JIM ,
dishes.Here Is a recipe for cheese: a number of times while the lion In Miami, Ml.is Laura Bass'I K'' reEDY ; II IIII
.IN STUDENT sauce: (Don't forget-LOW temperature has been received from Hcadlcys lived here. Hr unex- Is In charge of the Villa during'i. aTUMTrrT r.00.IDA
Dorothy Marie ) 4 tablespoons fat. 4 Arthur Llllblad In Red Wing pected death resulted from II her absence '
<
is among students tablespoon flour, 3 cups milk,, Minn., that he plans to remain -- :
V. members of the Vi teaspoon salt, '/a pound there this winter to assist /his

i University mixed I cheese, shaved thin (two cups). mother In operating her hotel. :
ing to announcement Melt I the fat, blend In the flour,, He was associated with the Sunrise '
an Gunter, its add cold milk and salt. Heat Inn last season 1 Z t : ,1,1j

._ and stir until thickened. Add e -
-- the cheese. Stir until It melts I Mr. and Mrs, A. Z. Oberhausand ,

THEATRE Serve over toast slices, bollfU I grandson, Noel Wallace left ILl

'Serving Martin rice, hominy grits, macaroni,, Sunday for Mobile Ala for a i
spaghetti, potatoes or cauliflower. two week's vacation with rela- ''j ,i ii

ION MON. & ES. ___. I yr tives and friends.-G .- i .1. aAYlIOo WI.,..''''u." .t. ..., J I Il
OCTOBER & 21
When an adequate diet must Philip Lentz, Lyric Theatre

ITS SO EASY CRY'HAH1 be provided at minimum I cos;, manager, plans to leave next i i : '
meat should ;be bought until I week for Rock Hill S. C., wher i I tl ,

after a good allowance of milk, he will go Into the building supply a l II. \

Ilfshe fruits and vegetables, and fats business. .
OTJRIOCTd Y ONLY! especially butter have been pro- ; -
ER 18th were vided. REV. W. A. STEPHENSONMr. Mrs. Luther Damron returned MO H WASH
___ I It last week to her home the St. ADRIENNE Mo "rtes U''
you t best to have fresh Stephenson began his Lucie Hotel, after a week In :"sense :m: prices I novel ISrN MM :;.. Too 70C
OUBLB) FEATURE The way duties last week as the new @I. : ,
Coif/ Good Samaritan Hospital In "s4s t
CREAMS
vegetables on your table Is to I' pastor of the Indiantown Baptist t 6ge SIZE FULL PINT 2 for .
J, 1 w I grow them. Church. He moved to West Palm! Beach, She Is recovering 'l
y Schools are making an effort satisfactorily from an

VI7n f ire to furnish nourishing Indiantown C, where he from was Charlotte pastor. of,the N. operation.. on her nose., .. 2 for 76 II I j l'l'75c
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P7 for the chlldnnv lunche'j Durham Memorial I -Baptist S 1 H For ,vi i and for the sake of the Church. ClEANSIN&CREAM 3 02. 2(of 76 -:1 lt .'| M w.NUar K uet Nrtllll Alplfln. f Bit ft
encourage them to .... .I.1 : eR 1 p. aAl.w ;
--- ASTATIMENIOFOUBPOLICY '
Children often 1f\lh\ ; prejudices I WILLIAMS- GIVES 75c COLD CRE\ hz. 21 lot 76c .. EOP100 fo !

against certain foods. BIG 15tFINISHINGC C\AM J* or. 2 lor,. \ !,
DETAILS OF
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le SALE CONTESTTwo FOUNDATION\4oz.21or76c ;
"FOREVER AMBER"PRICES I
75c SKIN CREAM 3\l. 2 hr 76c AUtAHZIR
FIXED lucky will win an tH-Miur, Mt eirmetu Mt
people Clink... III hdm AHiM' Adrt.ne" ; ,
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LENTZThe M
EXPLAINS around the world takW nll vi Hit heeossforts of |< | > 1
all-expense trip CawNke
M Nd.rAa, aM $3es riri ;
I by air as first prize In the Rex. In building new 2forvv '1
Technicolor moving picture if 2 fOR THE PRICE i + It S SIZE OF 2S
all Drug Company's nationwideOne 1\\
"Forever Amber" will be : Cent Sale contest to be held home, Be SIKE of I
shown as a "road show" here October IS through It, accord- I ... J'
matinee and evening on .Wednesday ,'Ing to .announcement made Today FOUR C| NER Sie j .
for
22 1'ey.. 1 05 a 2
and Thursday Oct. i-liOOD ointment;; .
by D. L. Williams proprietorof Sot Pile
and 23,release.coinciding date with according Its national the Rexall Drug Store at Stu: STONES, ADRIENNE COSFIUI+CS iL-StltS11 25e Toolhoc', Drop," +Ig, . 2 for 26e '' :

LAND GOOD
: to manager Phil Lent "Admis art.The contest for completion ol loODCONSfRUCf ... '" PRODUCTS d 2 FOR THE PRICE M 1'14 '

sion prices will be 74o matinee the sentence!! "I prefer Rexall PLANS . 2 for 5" EXAM fURTEST .
I, r and $1.20 evenings, with chtl-. products because o S0c Talcum Powder 2 for 76e 16el. 2 for 70C

dren's tickets Me, said Lents In 50 additional words or less, o 'k-' "shad 2 for 76. 0 6ge ..bb1; Akeholl a. 2 for 26c.j i '
2 01 S 140's ..1
"these being the minimum tony MinIS
prices Is a nation-wide affair TION D GOOD, .0 75e Face Powder . for 76e 0 25e Soda .... NF 4 .. 2 for 21e ; -
at which the picture Is Acid"
Include all- Is"
Additional Astringent75c
g l/ a allowed to be exhibited In any round prizes trips by Pan tNSU ANCE o 75e for 7" 0' Aromatic Sp.A.o..io, 1 01 2 for 30e.r

theatre In the country. We want American expense Airways to Rio de Perfume Powder two", . for 16e 0 2ge Ti-ct.MM-I; al. 2 for 26c It Ito I
citizens this to be (Q ISe g 25e 2 for JU j 1'1 1'1QUlllTYtOILITIIthi
the city Janeiro and Hawaii and approximately Soil, lo oio . : I Ia

able picture to see the entertainment peak of motion and 850 machines other prizes, cClinFSomtravel such aswashing 2 FOR THE PRICE 1+1t 0 30e a5( < Epsom Zion S orolf!.*f. . ." 2 for 264 ,; I


l while we do not like to charge kits,cigarette lighters and powder. 16... 2 THE PRICE M 1.,1c 1 I Io
these high prices for road Mr. //William lavender Rath VRAMHIS 0 2 FOR
nylon hosiery S "
BERT 0 torsosONLYII ? EMMAPP 01.00 ML 2 .
I Powd. : t. .
shows we would like to point out said prizes represent a cash val- SOc Gardenia Face ._, 21 5 21. ,... ,
''MIAMI- wxw.IlARIf that the motion picture dlst- ue of approximately $14.000. Gorel..ia Cnomsw.m t." ACDG Cap wl 100' 3.51 j '
woo AN 0C/oxi lit I tributors control the prices In Entry blanks will be availableat 17 Kind of O. SOc Maecot'sHand .......4'A a. 21. 0 Complex Syrup "al. 2 for
R 1.5'
these Instances. Stuart's Rexall Drugs during Insurance 50c Cold Cur 1 lb. 2 fa 1 0 3.50 Cad H ,..14 01. 2 for j jo I 4o
Tl.etriral
o .00 for e '.50 Iron 2 for 76c
One Cent Sale ant\ 2 and '00'
the
a --- four-day Cf., YI al. 0 'o '" 1I 1
..oll Deodorant V.oII 1.16 I
Pl U P.O. Arcade lit l 75e 2 for
More a o for 100', yi
wAoRyafR must be postmarked on or "el. 2 Tobty levy y
Soap Chlor. l
Surge
midnight October 31, 1947 to be lSe .,,-Dolill hI. 2 for [J] 1.15 Thlomin I
Road Show Engagement considered. 25e Moot.I'Half Oil, PRICE Of 1+''e
.. '* Oil, 6 AIDS) at 2 FOR THE I I25e
0 SOc !,,* ** fctl.COUCH; AND COlD h

MATINEE and EVE NG PERFORMANCES R.XffilSa' : : f 30,0a'" 2 for 26e r..
n Cold Tabs Special 2 /fa' 619 I'1 f..
I .Masai. I p,1ErvCON1ESI \Q 60c Resell Gargle' 'Ig. i',". 5 far S1. ;;ti
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WALL, 01 I =! Cough Syi- f )
PRICE *
& FI D EXACTLY ;ANT SHAVING NEEDS ..12 fOI THE / 50e 391 iMillono Now Drops A4ueess. 1 al. 2 far 40e I ;

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HOPED
HAD
AS YO 4o WitchHmd,16ate 26c 011 Dig
n 2 t THt PRICE
IT ULD BEi' S 25e CtntUm.n'lTalc,3oi. I5S 560 UUTlVtS at 2 FOR
2
A ROUf-the-WORLDTRIP Lotion. it 01. '
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Shove rr far 'f
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13000.00)) C..o"'.3'Jt os Oil
Castor 36
Shave :lSe for
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39& 0 ZOe 11100 ,>
1ge is"medge 11ac1. St 25e Little liver . 2 for 51 C'
I VAfTIONinRIO Q 60'
...oll OrderlisI ,
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2
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PER 19th 'COLOR" TECHNICOLOR (of (150 .*0)) j! tMtAl PRODUCTS at. 1101 THE PIlCt 1+11 0 5& Mineral. Oil, "", 16 2 tar su
16 -
''et N DAY in HAWAII! I for 30c c M.lk. 01 May USP,
'ruh .... .
Tooth
2ge Nyloo OOcSSc [ OF 1+ t
0 for PAIC
car $seoo.eorsou Anliwpti4,16 01. PUTS al 2 F00 TH[
SOc gloms for 561I $T 09107
0 2
PA AMERICAN CLIPPERS. I Adhs.Powder.3 al. 91tI
0...,. 40el .. 2 fee
0 far
36.,240.
2
Al opoawspaid fortwoperson,I I 0 3'e Milk al Mey Toot h'o.t. 'Ig 21er 41& 0 90 ere plwhinlen. 60,hi. 2 for 714
Powder,3V. el Decode Pound Peeve bit i
l a 40e MI.31 Tooth 0J 70 linen ,....lop... 60' 2 for
60c secede ... 20', 2 for 16c
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ALL REMEDIES al. 2 lot THE P Of for 0 1St 1a eellowoed distill Plptn M Ruled Tabs 2 for 11.t .

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635 ER [] y0c Analgesic Rolm, tell.40'1. 2 2 terilt s dsaNw+Ms.t:..w. 0.0 eiMN..,n.ENOr.a r..
Antacid GDa Tolls" as2S
3oc Solvent sA et 2 for c
THRILL; IZES < Cons 26.
1 et. foe
0 25e Eye Drops 2 1
6 es.
Powder
10rOU IHHIZH> < Aulonm Home Laundries 0 SO, Nygi.nit Tabs" 3 2 for 264 i i"THIS

IS FIFTH PRIZES C Nome Fi Atrovof Cases t 0 254 Milk of Most LIS

100 SIXTH PRIZES m eel( CigortXeSN fees

HVINTH rilZgOnt Pair Each S*.x Nfont"I
'GIANT REXALl 1c SAV CONTEST

LI A 41Aea1N0 DARN rkom Ms MLA Site No, w so .deposal Prdttiicts at tans A GRAND J( t' ROUND E-WORlD-TRIPI RIOI Delray Christmas \Wing Carl Box e ,
prof Jlexall { 2. VACATION IN
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0S4 U PRIZES )I 1..ay/loo.l. eon .ads, 14 dills -
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PC.. DEL becawsfffljfljrr dowene III tot sac a Sam* enNewd
Coleco me RICiARD GREEN b1 633 OTHER THRILLING PRIZES 4kf X' S. VVf ffMll. I" 40 small close "an for IOEM.
w f rimy mm then. the. set of lot 4 A4
GEORGE SANDERS N LrEN awaN .tree and .4.M. Sony bless yew \
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5,1., LucU Ave. Stuart, Fla. WE-CLOSE WEDNESDAYS' P. M. '

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I : lift Management Institute' said was adopted because, nesting with the aid of live duck or goose NEW SET OF RULES :
: FOR BUS COMPANIES YOUR"
\ : today Some species of water conditions\ on the Canadian *n4 decoy.,
FISHING Off* Reason) : AMN
RiA1t fowl have !been decreasing forth Alaskan breeding ground which Waterfowl and coot, Florida, Tallahassee The passenger M
past three yean and although feed birds-into the Pacific and Deo. ( to Jan. .. bus companies of Florida and LINE '

t ,d1, IN THE FAMOUS every effort possible Central! nywa'l'were far better Rails and...aaUlnule., Sept. 1 the commission which regulate Y '
I' with available funds and pres. than In those area of Canada to NOT. 30.Dove them haw agreed to loin in producing 'A'R SHOWING!
I ent knowledge Is being made to south In thefall' In Broward, r ?
send
1ijj St. Lucie that migrant <( f' J : Region s Improve condition along the along the Mississippi and Dade and Monroecounties, new govern\ v.. {
; i flyway and In the wintering Atlantic flyway where It 1 Is Oct 10 Dot SI), Industry, first draft of which ,. Ii
THE TRUE SPORTSMAN H A GUARDIAN Of NATURAL BUOIMCM ,
I. and breeding grounds more pro- To Insure further protectionfor Nov. 20 to Jan. 18. will be prepared by January 1.
'.' By tKNEST: tONS |I are highlight of this season'! tection obviously la needed .his waterfowl the dally shooting. Bag LlmiU The Florida! Railroad and Pub- _<5
I'' year Natural and certain manmade hour have been reduced to the limit ducks (except .
bag on
J ,. A shorter season a drastically> duck hunting regulation limiting fae;ors are beyond period! from sunrise to on hour Dally the American and red- lid Utilities Commission gave a -...
1' 11 i 1111; i lured bag limit iwrmltting The new '1947 restricted water control, so regulating the before tunset, and on the first breasted merganser*) are 4 in committee representing. the bu ?
,: : the/ hunter to shoot only\ four'I I o wl hunting regulationsshould hunter la the only mean of obtaining day of each waterfowl and coot the aggregate of all kinds, Including companies until January to would,"-
.4 .j ducks In a day, 'and reduction( : halt the decline in duck Immediate results. Everytrue season hunting Is not permitted in such limit Dot more duct suggested rule of the that traveling
has profound
wlldfowler a meet objection
l t of the daylight shooting hours and prior to 12 o'clock noon, including than 1 wood duck. Any person
; geese populations the Wild-
commission
: interest In the future of(his sport the first day of each''split at any time may posses not public which the reported
\''f. "\> ,I' I II'' ,I and this wise, "precaution- Is welcome season. Moreover the duck bag more. than 1 ducks including; in it had gathered In a
': ( ;: limit ha been reduced<: to i 1 such limit not !more than 1 wood tummer-lonj aeries of public
'ii. ,.. WE DO QUA OWN Under the new regulations all day and I in possession duck. hearings.
'I'' states east of a line extending I The dally bag'limit for geese American and Red-breasted Among the urgent problemsthe
r. ; ". .r'. >> 11.LL. 0. north and south from the west-] has been Increased to S !In California Twenty-five sing commission cltxl as needing
', ,,'I :> 6At / / ern boundary ot Minnesota to Oregon 'Washington ly Mergansers or in the aggregate No possession solving are standees\ union bus 1'I
'1,' i'f'/) / : ) .CRYSTALS FITTED )+NORAVINO4Y and Including Louisiana were primarily for snow geese whichare limit. terminals, reserved seat on all
I I .. !. : offered the choice of 30 consecu- In abundance; but such Scoters (ea eoots). Seven, buses, and loading and unload-
\ ,\ ,. ': .r 1:1: t.'JI'!' tive days or a split season of SI limit may include not exceeding and any person may possess not ing practices.
I i l :} ft' days-two periods of 12 days 2 Canada geese, whitefrontedgeese more than 14. --
I 1 \ ; each. State on the other aide or brant. In all other i.atej STATE CANNING HELPfUL
: ;: "l of this line were permitted to the bag limit 014 was iii
dally MILLER HEADS V. OF F. Daytona Beach-Florida'*contributions -
'. iE' I choose a season of 35 consecutive talned but In Alaska, Puerto RIco Gainesville.-Dr. J. Hlllls Miller to.he\ betteJ'l/lotnt< el'
\ 4' &4/ days or a split season of 281daytwo Idaho, Utah, Arljona, GIVE 0TH S ,A ANCEAlms.
: / t. IMPORTED COSTUME JEWELRY and fourth president of till University 'canned food 'have' benefltted
I' of 14 day
,, ', P P1 Victory / cads Stuart, Fla. each. period ;' Nevada this limit may Include of Florida, assumed his tanned food producing, areas .Ovt" n s pivs
t only 2 Canadian or whitefronted official l duties here this weekand the nation,
f ... ', j ___.__ ._ This flyway method of control geese or 1 of each, and in the announced that among hisflrtt throughout Ruts, of the National Emli other q chant a lie.,
president
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:V,t j 1'1 ';i \ other states but 1 Canadian 01 administrative::t << decisions I Canners Association and prom-

: 1 white-fronted goose. would be the election of a dean I I1ulIl1..0 inent Sunnyvale Calif.. canner,
( :
;(11 ,;i: ; ;; f" West railm peach Directory A dally bag limit of 7 and a ot the University College ot Law. told memoirs of the Florida
'j possession limit of 14 has been Canners Association holdingtheir I
; "': ,;; n established for teeter* <( > WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH coots, hunted chiefly off the fine that a pound ol/ it would stretch 1 Sheraton-Plaza Hotel) here Fri- kTwta
I,'f :." I : r, THESE rRMS APP ECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE New \England!: Coast and New !950 n.iI.... day CALLS
York. BR/Ep f f004y
: .t L. t .cc M cc ye ccc MOPe' HAWTHORNE This year the Mississippi flyway her
: e status will be open tot the ZWHpNa
,i I', ill ". (( ROOFING CO.BADCOCK'S hunting of Canada geese:' The COMMERCIAL and AERIAL
I. I : :,: 512 Clematis St. season In these states was closed
aOOFING-IHE&'f METAL PHDTOSPHOTOGRAPHS'
t U I, last year but this flight has
,1 }I' 11 and .IATING-VENTILATING
OPTiI vs oPTo a en shown sufficient improvementIn WILI HELP YOU MAKE THAT
!R (House Furnishings WATUPnoormaFurniture
cL A 9 DES OLIVE number to justify restora X 'BALE
lion of shooting privilege
GUARANTEED
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1 (; The season for brant on the P GE j j11050
l I"' + "di J Atlantic Coast has teen closed 'ereM
"-: :," Yon Now Buy I because of the unsatisfactorystatus .COJJTANT tty:
: of this specie p
It I'' !: V TIAN BLINDS At the suggestion of the state COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
; i f '( game department, a closed season Krueger Bldg. pVntj324-Next To Western UnionLIST1 '
I I I, p ", I II' C VENIENT BUDGET TERMS was prescribed for know RASE THE uti
wt hO. .
geese In Colorado for wood\
; i\, ; D. T Q'.My CUSTOM BUILT Our *.-J Qu-lilf ducka'ln New Jrsey and West \ I EMERGEN('
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I It I'' / i TR 30 To err P O G 0 Virginia, and for mourning dovesin Roon Apartments and Rental
your When bother
sere"ll" >
J VENCIIA 5.1503 ova WINDOW VENETIAN BLINDS \ party)
MInnesota. A short sea- I -
open Homes with .
,' us.L Hat ;plea
't ammergtncy
qi t tl son for dove' was provided In .
LL225 'Nebraska. Change also have -FORD release %> line quickly 1POLiT I IKS
1111 ONE OF (JlMl : -
4 -- REPRESENTATIVES -
; been made in the for
'i seasons
111,'. .;\ MEASL'ItI. YOUR' WINUOKS AND TELL YOU JUST scoters, rails and gallinules, s :dlats
I : t ''i HOW EAS1 IT IS TO OW1*.QUALITY T&ASO BUNDS. woodcock, doves and band-tail
a
,, BUYING |ELIG RENTING
"t, 'I You (| Purchase Direct? PAVES m WAIPARTY .
I From FactoryMANUFACTURING ed pigeon in a number of state PKOPEll V M%\CEMENT

,\. :', ,DRAMATICALLY. i CO. The post-season period for Write I'. O.\a 'No. 4
Tho. I.EASANT
\ \ Q''I' "" &1,11., ... '"."',, oj.u"I.''i D.Leo..,. AM. possession of migratory game 321 Nortl ColorWo Avenue A UM ; I
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8TTMKT NEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, U47 rACE CLEVfell i
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EK BUMPING. I \tunes north of Jupiter Lighthouse ENCOURAGED! BY PRESIDENT reduce decay percentage fl'Oll48 the present period of adjustmentsince dollar i* derived from manufacturing

DEPARTMENT S. He plans the trough approximately per Cent, over a three-week period Pre-War' GrowthResumption wars end."Beginning (nonw.rtoday) than
Y i I feet wide and of tor shipped oranges, grapefruit In 1029 Florida has formerly
tot cortstruc-' like depth to extend Into the In- Helps maintained the highest per cap- "Sustained demand has held
application and tangerine to less than
tracoaatal Waterway about 18 ; ita Income ($1019 last year) In agricultural Income to a higher
I Martin (County resident feet from an existing bulkheadat (.71 per cent. At the same time, the entire South. relative position than before the
I been received this month the high-water shore Une he said, the Phenodor cuts to a Income to StateThe "The trade dollar lIallII war but somewhat below war
Department ol the-Armjr, The trough would be level and
minimum a pervasive odor characteristic becoming of primary Importance peaks
announced here this week. 1 foot above mean low water, of dlphenyt In as a source of Income to Florldlans Anew note Is found In the f.
White of Bob Sound preservative 163-per cent Increase
ego Capt H. t, Moore of Stuart / but has not yet reachedthe morn rapidly Increasing positionof
I to construct con- baa applied to build a marginal when used alone, Income to Floridians from 1(40 1940 level of relative significance government (Federal State
Intake trough and tot wharf and a pier and to place The announcement came on to 1948 Is not merely a result pf and local)Juan employer and
on the easterly chore of snoring piles in Frazier Creek at the heels of official report of war activity and high wages and "A.grater share of Florldlans benefactor," I
i Sound at his property 4.2 his property, Lot I In Beuey h r4r' scientists at the Lake Alfred Ex- '
periment Station that Use of prices but a resumption of pre IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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dlphenyl liners in citrus shipping war growth, marking the dll'c'tlon' : '
boxes will reduce decay: from of future trends, the research
Attention, of The Pub mold and stem,,, end rot materially and Industrial division of ANTED
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the Florida State Chamber of Vlnow Where Can Garden
The dlphenyl report, preparedfor Everyone to f hey Buy I ,
the Florida Citrus Commission I Commerce stated yesterday In Pottery, Birdmntht, Sundii Urns, Vases, Hanging +
j am In a position, to serve you well. I/ow have by Dr E. .F, Hopkins andK. (the sixth and last of a series of Baskets, FI)Jver Pots.PALMVITYAOG 1
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[ re If rnodern shop for Jewelry made tI /order and W. Louclu of the Florida Agricultural studies! on Income to Floridians.
Extension Service, involved ,Summarizing the studies, the CABIN
I repairs, also Watch and Clock/epairm of
ener ;. testing delayed decayIn State Chamber said that "certain
more than 20,000 pieces of (First Turn t Right [After Crossing Bridge) .
sell Watches and Diamond J/ elry\ of fine fruit packed over a years time established' factors in,the G. F. BLAUVELT '
In boxes lined with, ,dlphenyl- State long-term economy are
ahtjl Very reasonable prices. treated liners clearly shown as dominant In II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI{ I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!


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Injection of precious stones And diamonds ", .. .___._..... .H'.. _

..dvise } of a possible loss and f hat may be done to Jimmy Wkehari, 11;at Medara, Ind., lie* In a hospital' atIndianapolis I ABSTRACT & TITLE INSURANtt CO., Inc. SJH ijl 1 '' I
and leads over and ever again a letter from President i1:
mike em safe.ituirt Truman offering "good wishes" for the boys recovery from 10 Victory Arcade = ::1 t 1
sever burns. A propeller accidentally Ignited a match Jimmy

seas using to glue parts on a model plane.. Stuart, Florida = ij ,I' "
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Jew/1/I Shop == jl '
NEW'TREATMENT TO : "
State Chamber STOP DECAY IN I ANNOUNCES I

ghterson muild ins' Stuart, Fla. SHIPPED CITRUS .

Will Debate Orlando, Oct. U (rNS)-Pef- TITLES I 1 1 i ,
I WE INSURE "MURPHY XCT" !
fectlon of a virtually odorless 1'I'

Sales/ Tax Idea treatment to minimize decay In (THRU A FLORIDA COMPLY) == ::,, I

Sees for shipped citrus\ fruit was an- (ASSETS OF OVER MILLION I0LLARS) ;
Jacksonville; Oct 18. The nounced here by B A. Weathers, ,

VANIZ NAILS Florida State Chamber of Com Jr., head of the. Weathers Packaging ONE PREMIUM FO LIFE ;: : 'j
ServIce.
merce will make an exploratoryJourney
All Ty .of Into the general sales Weathers said tests have shown HIDDEN RIS* ::1,
application of a new chemical
CHIN 'WORK tar question when Its members formula. known as Pb'nodor will That may not be revealed by the records, but coveredKy our Policy of Title Insistence, "

tax at St question Petersburg when Nov.Its members 30, Dec. ---- A few follows vial ((1)) Incorrectly liven marital alas ((2)) unknown heirs Vk ((3)) mistaken == \ j

Propeller Shaft made >Jii.le you wait. 1 and 2. A. Y, Milam said here == legal interpretations r i ((4)) incompetence flo) forgery and fraud ((6 Weeds de- L
today, In making Initial announcement I Florida livered after dead ((7)) taxes erroneously thowrjfaid on the Public Records l SAFE- t
Propeller borH while ou wait, any ai.e. of the forthcoming == CONSULT US NOW. = I

Key-ways ma&ned Jth new Key-way Seater conference Ferris WheelBy IIIIIIIIIIIII It:
Mllam Is president of the or. ; !
I just installed. Kuts tty-ways, Inside Couplingsetc. ganization. He'said the confer 11111I1111I111011I1111111111I11I11I11I)11I11I1111111111111) ] IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!I 1 1111111111111I11I11I1111I111I11111111I1111I11I11111111111! IIIIIIIIIIIIII
[ Stop in anBwatcf it worC. ence program committee had HORTENSE K..WELLS ,1 !
scheduled a two-hour discussion The Democrats may be saving :
Propeller Shaft 4-in< to I %.inch, any length, period for Dec. 1 wh n two proponents their troubles, but they are, at
of a general sales tax least one up on the Republicans 1 11, "
I carried in slock. for Florida will present, their The Democrats know who their '

Also Bras Rods II rJmds, >/ oval and flat opponents arguments,of to such be followed a tax,by two< Not Presidential that: the,nominee Republicanuncer-will be Modern Complete! :, -

| Distributor for 4r through the State," Milam said candidates Would be nominees
"that Florida narrowly missed, ; have been busily beating the '
BOA OR SALE at the hands of the 1947 Legislature Western bushes with a fervor
the Imposition of a. long that would put a 49er to shame, WRECKER SERVICE : !
string of nuisance taxes which though One has been so Indelicate
would have been added very as to admit. a longing for the ,
much a* a poultice is applied to Presidency: That dieting crusader -

'OLEY L AT YARD an Inflamed part of the body Senator Robert Tall who .. ,.. .... -.-
"If this feeling la Justified," says ,that he will reach no decision : .
1M continued, "the 1949 Legislature until he has sized up his r, ;' : :

10NE47-J SALERNO, FLA may be compelled to open Western trip, undoubtedly will ,1\..: ...." '< ," If You See or Have ,
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in his favor and <{ '
Its gates to a flood of taxation I size It up own ,," "'\ "I'""' \ .'' \ I'
panaceas Experience has taught decide that the country Is panting J '\' 'i" ; \ I 0' An Automobile I: .
how difficult It Is to rid the law and yearning for another '
books of tax Irritants, things Tat in the White House, while \ :" tli. Accident ;
which bob out' here and thereto Governor Dewey. complete with i iF iR
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our ifllfe moneyAnni plague, and make more cost- mustache has given a fair Imitation F I i
ly, without benefit to tb State, of a mountain goat, I leaping .1'- PHONE iIt'
the carrying on of legitimate nimbly I from crag to crag It
business without touching the reality of ,
"There Is time, between now any Issue Of the yardful of Republican ;

and th convening of the 1949 hopefuls, only Slassen ... .... PADRICK iijl t
session, for the business men has stepped right up and said .j .
2P and women of the state to put a that he wants to be President.: iFf'I' H ,
tax program together, for the In the Florida gub Material ma a N, 304 (1!
consideration of lawmakers. handicap Just about the same J;
"' 1e "The State Chamber could situation prevails. Fuller War .
become the organization through ren who, like Tom Dewcy, has of"; :: I
on which such a program may be been running for the past sev- : "1 -" i j FORT PIERCE
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advanced. That Is a question for eral :years, Is covering the State t, 'I rdj
Inslred Sa 19sccount the membership to decide< and S lite A bird dog on the lint day '. :'; } Aso ";j :':rl' ,' : : :
:' question which may be decidedat of the hunting season, while \ I
the St. Petersburg conference Walter Rose( and Bill\ Shands are '
IThe Federal SavlJtn r s and Loa Insurance Corpora- ."' I maintaining a senatorially\ discreet We Have Equip ent To Handle The Job i
Insures Individ i) I accounts $5000 Husband I silence These and a half !

11. wife may have \ |tal Of |15,0'' fully insured. Addition, on U: 8, 1 near West I doz-n more are, like Taft, sizing Jd:
I First Federal aavil s accounts a [legal investments 4th St. It Is proposed that the : up the situation: Only Tom 4 I
> Trust Funds 1 1aministrators [ell Funds Id by Guardians, the Watson has stepped' right up .
as aa ] wharf be I feet wide across I 2 MODERN WRECKERS ---- -- :
I waterfront of said and said that he wants to be
and Executors, entire property ,
Governor' and 20 tons capable of heavy WI10 WI-
a distance of 134 fet It
111 or Write! is also proposed to construct a I All is very; peaceful and pleasant duty 'auxiliary service !
the surface but, come
on
the westerly end of the
pier near I TRAINED
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proposed wharf the pier to be i 1948, there'll be a-feudln' and, OPERATORS ; ,
IRSTI FEDERAL about < feet wide and to extend a-flghtin'. Complete staff, who will assist r '
Into the waterway 41 feet It Is In case you find a shortage of you 24 hour a day. a .Y, r
further proposed to place nine whitewash, charge It up to the ,II
Savings a Loan ciation mooring piles, eight of which I gallonage ,slopped over the Lee S3"MECHANIC
would be in a line 35 feet chan- I case As predicted In this column I
of If ian River Count, nelward from and parallel to the several weeks ago.Lee was given ON DU
VER EACH, FLORID wharf The other pile would be I the same clearance handed .to
the easterly end of the Lt,-Comd. Little and Col Killtan
12 Dial 2137 opposite
| -20th Street wharf and about 17 feet chan- (the latter erroneously dubbed a 24 HOURS A DAI
I
General QIs under Kllllans
,R. W. Sed ick, Secretarjr-Tred irer nelward therefrom.
command given
were prison
Member Fedem Tome Loan Bank a Federal sentences to 'five for .
Roger Fenton, the first war photographer up :years
Saviors a Loan Insurance, C<\ made his dun wet plate* carrying: out his. orders, a procedure We Haven't Closed Our -D
whites of entirely ,beyond their : raIn
Current usually with
dlvidem ate, In the field. 4
eggs as fixatives.*.''. control. Little was declared pure 19 Years. Parts Dep., "
as the driven mow, and now, the OUR NEW 20-TON WRECKER
24 Hours A Da]
Illustrious Let has received the anent Open '
accolade of General D. X>. Eisen- '
JUST RECEIV SUPPLY 01 ASBESTOS SHINGLES I hower approval, and is all set R'SERV" "THE MONSTER"
to direct the spiritual welfare of FOR.
;Phone I the country It seems that brass TELEPHONEPADRICK 20 tons Mfg'd. to Army
regardless 'Of tarnish wilt stick '
27ft. swinging specificationsEmergency
t
toðer.'IIh1ch: may be one of .
boom.
equip-
3551 ,, the reasons the recruiting 'program 10wheel.drive. _1.- 1
is 'lagging 304
Many officers who deserve EASILY HANDLES LOADED SEMLTRAILER; : OR BUS
only commendation and respect "
.. suffer unjust criticism because FORT PIERCE. s
PAINTS
of such characters u Little, KU-
t HARDWARE Han and Lee. but there can be
SASH DOORSrUSTER no Justification for udh discrimination :
II'II PADRICK
CO. ;
as'the nominal fine CHEVROLET I
CEMENT Imposed upon Killlan and the
,FLOORING ytars T at-hard-labor and '
SIDINGobe dishonorable discharge Imposed TELEPHONE 304. 604 N. 4TH STREET
upon the men who carried out
r \. 1 I his orders So long u such injustices FORT' PIERCE''FLORIDA; ,


,'$Sound: Lumber> ,, &' Supply I : OeJf'e:; i meet voluntary th$.: military IIJUI'enlistment needs so long_ fall of this will_to' i

country.

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'M I I It a i J rF;;!1 ;AGE TWELVE THE STUART NEWS. STUART! Martin County, FLORIDA", THCXSDAT, OCT 18. 1947' i

-- ranged In"the lunch\ box Us t I'be-
ENGINEERS START One of the Engineer drag lines for 60 of Fatalities sl slTM bright red'tomato or apple for: Accounts
CONTROL OF FLOOD Started In reinforcing the dikes Be Careful Night Driving %> ,
9 near Lake Harbor, and a second oolor;'IIIn' vegetable salad or
K.Y At the result 'of the release 1> strengthening dikes! along cooked fruit In t clear glau
i +, of 1100000 in emergency (flood' West Palm Beach Canal about following article bn the Imum light on the roadway with ARMLESS (STUDENT I II Larry O'Neil had Sunday dinner Jar Carrot Sticks or (crisp: celery;

j t + # control funds by Washington! \ :! ftvj miles east of Lake Okeecho- dangers of night driving, which minimum glare to the eye* -but with Mr and M", Jessie< 0 tit. should be neatly wrapped in $pit Morton eWe

r + ? Colonel Willis E.: Teale ef 'the i bee appeared In a recent Issue of the only If properly {used Bo, a* I fin ; paper to keep them fresh

Army Engineers' Jacksonville,I A hut41; p.t7;:: ; all i 'rope Welch,Welt Virginia, Dally News with most traffic problems safe Mr.peter Leonetti of New York "Above all." she said, "''lunch T e er g Jeep
'. Mid I thai repair: of flood control: Made lit the United States Issued ii being printed at the requestof driving la mostly up to the Is spending a week 'vacation box Ingreouents mould be fresh,

+ ... works within th* Lake Okeccho- I on I chips and in printed shore ae- several Stuart residents, driver. 1) 1 1t here Mr. Leonetti Is chauffeurfor and don't repeat the same menu Expert H ch,
1! $ bee region hall begun. ,tivlties,,. When you drive at night be First we must see that our J, H. McGraw of Nejir York day after day. tinl ati
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---- ---- -.-- at least three times as careful, headlamps are In good condition and Jupiter Island. Jews repsiq

H tl J 1:, } t' "We Sell the Beit" *i* .:. :"We, Servisf the Re.t" than because three night, times driving as 'dangerous Is more In Motorists a state or are a fortunate city having who* well live ;1 1 1I son Mr., Harold and Mrs, and Dan Mr,Shaw and Mrs and mountain A person than will In tan plains quicker, district in 107 N. 2 ,
motored to Daytona pt
.. u in the daytime. Traffic during administered system of periodic John Smedberg because In the mountain less' of Pre
J': hours of darkness I Is l lass 'vehicle Inspection. In any case, Beach this week the nurii jiltra-vkdet. ,
have
: rays < f I STROMBERG-CARMON the
Brownlee spent
F 'f-I, : than half as heavy as by day the prudent driver will watch Mr A.
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l light yet produces about 60 percent his lights carefully for any sign week at Fort Meyer visiting with
Radios & Radio Phonf that they are aimed too high or friends
graphs of the deathsIn
, :> .' : \ ? addition to the' darkness too low or that an over-age bulb Mr. Randolph Ricker has returned Invite Your Friends To: .
lens reflectorIs from Massachusettswhere
{ ) dirty or tarnished
itself drivers and pedestrians
: giving him less light than he he spent the summer with
Il ,' ,
are tired at the end of the day
,I 1,' 'j'II" 'iI BRTLETT B S. and often In a hurry to' g"t t needs< Even with no visible sign I R his family H* la living in on' Sailsport Ristaufaoi}
r ,:. t\\" fi"' home; fatigue, hurry. and approaching of trouble a periodic check: ofheadlamps of St. Onge apartment, and will
< '" ,
., -'and of the entire work In the store again this sea.
, I ; .:, : .( ); .; 317 Osceola e. Phone 209 darkness make a bad
I t car-by a competent servicemanIs son. Just South of Frasier Crel
, ,') 'J ,; combination, Later many drive made another Bridge on U, I has
Investment.
''I''; '11.,: 't ., ____ away from- tavern or a party a good 1 t Rev. lynn
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: 'I" ;:t : I"" = with too much alcohol their Then, proper use U Just as! appeal for help to finish,the par FOF
i ".. : \ systems ,and alcohol and darki important Always change to sonage. Anyone who can dona: i
' : : 1:, ". SCOTCHKITEIGMS arc another bad combination ., the lower' beam when meeting any time can get in touch, with A I idUL HOMEdbOKEDMEAlTROUR
I I I i iill another car. That what you Lacy Griffin who is head of the
l ill If these accident did want the other fellow to do, isn\'tit committee. The men plan to
: ': i. y causes ? work every Monday and Thurs DELI
: ilt,4r. not exist If the casualty rate IOUS STEALS
': ""i\ir\ ,L'I I were ,no higher by night that) Must Drive Slower day evening
ill I Finally remember that with I
'" by day, 14,000 deaths and about
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( I : ; would have been even the best headlamps you ESSENTIAL FOODS
400,000 Injuries I CBARLENE FISH .j SEA ODS
II ':1: .,',: ,;. ; ', I EY SHINE AJ NITE saved last year What can we'* cannel safely drive as fast In the ARE ADVISED FOR
Charlene, who
The basic Five-year-old ,
dark as by daylight SCHOOL CHILDREN
'' ,I' .p'.1 J4 do about it? BEAMIN CODARO
, f 1. I': ,'\s\ 1 !'" CHARLES B0XWELL Better Street Lighting rule of safe driving this: Always : lost both arms 11 mOllthl'o I Prop
I I Modern street lighting designed keep your car under such In falling under a hay mower : Since I school is now In" full)

, ',:' /. ,.,, RAINS BLOC i i PHONE 103-M to throw the light on the control, that you can avoid any start her education with the i swing, mothers have begun plan-
\\f.1. .I ,. I'' ''I, t i pavement, not on the tree tope' possible emergency ahead-any help of artificial arms In the i nlng school lunch box menus, I
I I. or In your bedroom window Is amust" vehicle, person or object suddenly 1st trade of the Stinson School/ I and Mrs A. O. Plttirian nutrltlan 5 ;
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''r \ ': 1" '/ on buoy streets Similar I appearing in your path, any near Rockford Mich. Teacher ,: chairman for the Martin County MALL FOR
I highway lighting on one sectionof curve or turn or defect in the Katherine: Harris watches the I Red Cross Chapter, has urged !
rt t : I FLOWERS For Jl OCCASIONSBOUQUETS highway near San Francisco, highway Itself Slow down at child manipulate I her artificialarms i I mothers to Include four'"essen
cut night traffic deaths from sundown, with dexterity. tial foods" tor a healthpackedlunch
; ,' I nine to four per year. Such lightIng At 50 miles an hour, the aver- .
-XCORSACMS CUT FLOWERS should be Installed at high age driver in the average car The "essential foods" include:

I I I FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS way locations with a bad night needs about 300 feet-nearly a Hoe Sound News I milk, one half-pint) or more served ,',! i i'j
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accident record and''on longer I' city block-to recognize danger plain or in cocoa, /soups, custard
1 I : DOMESTIC, fed IM&RTED CERAMICS stretches where traffic Is heavy ,, ahead and come to a stop Many or milk pudding: 'vegetables I'
: i : enough to Justify the os''. headlamps do not give good 'visibility or fruit, or both, either cookedor S
:
I" t ;j ,,1 i SMITH'S FfipRIL & GIFT SHOP Highway departments further I over that distance. Any PLAN FOR HALL raw; sandwiches substantial .'
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/ I.,. t. i' t help the night driver by i! night speed over 1 SO! unless on one made from whole grain or
. fp II', 1'1'', :: ., !:'I WEWlRfFLOWERS providing signs that can be seen an exceptionally well lighted enriched bread with fillings of _
,%. Arcade Bids, 5th StlFtiVierce Phone 310-J in the dark, particularly stop I I highway, U courting suicide or AT HOBE SOUND meat, cheesy or eggs; simple ift
manslaughter sweets, such ,
i signs and those Indicatingcurves as raw cooked or
I' ; 1 I'' "I turns, or railroad crossings A firm grip with both hands dried fruits plain cookies, cake,
; 'i' : on the steering wheel la even BEING PUSHED or gingerbread
> t..?: ,} td ;,j Modern headlamps of th* more important at night. than To prepare an appetizing
II sealed beam" by day lunch; Mrs Plttman added the r
provide
type maxi -
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. ; : ,,1 I, \ Fatigue at the end of the day By MARIE BRODRICKA foods should attractively. ar- -
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11',. "I'J" .I I and delays .
Impairs your Judgment -
f community
i held QUALITY LUMBWMA
tang was S THE DIFFERENCE
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i \ your perception of trouble Monday evening at the home of TRY POST- RV lTfJ/
j' Sil[ 1'; ahead and) your reaction to it WARC
'1 'I: I t The obvious remedy-more caution Mr and Mrs A. J. King to make hall LD Seasoning 4' a e<9r* gre Ba uniform alto,
I. ,1 ''I f.f.I plans for the community
'" and lower speed At quit
I i I l I" } .'" ting time even if you are not which was moved from Camp T LETS !&SU! ere the qualiW that InA well but lien

)I'f, !. t tired, remember that\ ,other: drivers Murphy last week to the northwest R.aw sMs..d.....k .. you'. be proud 01Th.y'r. one %t lash Ifthmt
corner of the ball
park w11.m
I .'( : I I 'i, r .* If and Drinking pedestrians, Don't are.Drive Q H .Tllton, secretary of the dCW oYhKS =! 1 plus Values u can gel &a more, blunt

I g II i ed Even a couple/of drinks are committee, gave a report of aualfv lumber II fe J end we're r Jy (to supply wJ
; "I \\\1\' J.IJ\\ 1 1I harmful to the Judgment ..the funds on hand. It was decided Mar
I I I" 'it r'\',\ quick reaction, the nervous and that the money is used to make n ountyCem serve you with htlffl knowledge se sperienteue ,

l ; I ;l muscular control which art essential all necessary repairs to the with ,qualify lumber(u wan depend on
,, I' ',1/,./ .."' )< ";' to safe driving at night. building, and malts It ready .for Craft

i ',I ,!: ;' :r The more drinks, the greater use The u soon hall as is badly possible needed. Mss.. Di.asi -'If'g
i' \\Ik, ti the danger 'If you drink, don't as Bricklaying n stering Stucco 1d A eod Flom
tUb all social events are held S ee"
,i drive' Is the only safe rule. IfCircum.tinct'S now Get Thiai
; Cem Work
at the school, which 1s small. ,
It
B.l
\ '. I require you to I
,i ( .
f.. was also decided to:move the we ci...
\ drive after one or two drinksreduce ,
.' 1\ :: )fi'I\' \ your normal speed by at palmetto back several shack feet now and on the rethatch beach Fireplace r q Specialty C a 'Lumber Cft.
least five miles per hour for each i
I ,' .
; r drink, it In the spring there will be Chn. H r. Prq.,
il.II Pederstrians, the victims in more of these shacks built, e. oe cur, tt.. C HE RY CABRE Phoarl
'. I 1 L: nearly half of the fatal! Attending the meeting were
\ : night accidenu .
f I 1 'ft O H. Tllton A. E. Sims, Andrew
) can do much to protect '
,,
( Ondlsh. Jessie Griffin, Mrs. /us. Comfort
I ,, / From 'Fisher Knee-Action
I t 1 'I, :It orRsyee themselves The manor woman : Styling to
I crossing the street on foot, whn fin.
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I St{\ r 1 ,\',; : tf L\\ ': drinking extra over-tired measure should or especially of use caution: the same after en-: Rev Sands and Robert Mrs. Lynn Hurst,, Mrs Olaf, Ruth Williams BIG-CAR' QUALITY AT LOWEST COSTis

:I '4"1 I I Joined on the driver In similar and Mr, and Mrs, A: J. .
L I'' ""f condition. Brodrick
t' "" ', Eugene Griffin son of Mr and yours only in Chevrolet!
I,' r I It Mrs Jessie Griffin celebratedhis "
1'1
/ It fs estimated that the Roman
t '" Catholic Church has almost 25 fourth birthday Friday, Nov. = o
4i 1 't' ,j ; itit million members In the U S, with :: served 10th. Cake and Ice cream were ]I 1'1. t .:'
to few
I almost 40IJUO( ) priests.mty a friends, Fred and ,'- '::1
i Penny Brownlee Lacy Mae an'; ;
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't : I r i t Elda Griffin, Jean Arnold, Alberta I-
f : i and
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Griffin, and Marl Broad-
I fo. ,
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A, 'f! ad Flannel rick.The
r' P.-T.A, will hold a meeting -
f /,- tonight at the school at t
L'I: ) '. < '., 9 t tOR tj o'clock. It Is planned to have a
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'1 bunko par/y after the meeting
1 1 j Everyone la Invited to attend
1 \ I ) '.;, w The W of Manna's aanatnas$ Mr. A. Brownlee and Mr J.
i West of West Palm Bach
r motored -
If IH:I "I GOODIEwe Rat SOF MON ACKI to Fort Pierce"!'': last Mon -

; I EASURE who dayThe Sunday evening services STUDY THE STYLING I
.- : at( the church will begin at T:30 What a boouty leader INS ear U I* a*
; ; Styled with t k buttons deco. instead of a o'clock for the winter yacht h Inn** eaour-4uxgrlooi_es._,*""t'"
Ii TIRE '
'i .' 1'1' rating your belovl rili an necklint. STCAND season. top room fc> upbohteey and eppe "
\\ I ,j \ ; '; 1 Sweetly curWkjIeeves and Mi'and Mrs George Brownie body k 9 Kant/ body-.exdujive 10 W""
rfw Low Prico lf 4 4S Curving pockets onAe Aire-ful ,. h the bwer/-price/ MI6
r a and children Fred and penny wt |
:)\ :.4 : :; : "i: so I skirt are accent } L appreci AEET$ and their guests, Mr aidMrs. -
I .
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S f /Ir suss a ate. And you U love i I leaminc TEST THCSK THRILLS! r EVEl IN THIS RIDE!
Ijl ,
; :" _ow_,.. Tan. ss : James Eden spent Sundayat
e sass w touch supplied by I mOlal. Oakes, dime Myhtn YtN',. master' of ,. ssnM down h
; : 'i t ,, .., Fort Pierce, The Eden left ewer
< ( :. New Tic D..n. New.'...e us us., r trimmed leather belt k bur fie sa tou.wuy motoring tttuono vies J!'- fvm-ArHna Mot
> j If' I IR Ions Perfect for classes ,ket, Nee Draw ;Monday- their home in North
,
Carolina. you own a MW Omroltt iend roloxlanyroad r
R fi 1 1"1; !'! career 'a dates. Bounufi 'ge. NO RUG You haw power,goraway T '
Mrs James H. McOrawof New
Alluring Aqua, Mellow Ii n,
LAXATIVINO dependability, M."fro fetes to by
i j \ J;1 Clonout Gray. Sites l 10( r York was here last week to look trews., for Owvrolci'i. err "ii" way- de sreadise. ,
I ; '_. 1295 iXERCISJ over storm damage to her homeon proved Valvo-ln-Hoad a fee, by th. n
: 9 Ttblttt win htlp nu totikt Beach Road, Jupiter bland Engine ... doDvtnd. were Unlelsed c-Aube
i : : r oa uily IM Slmphr The Women Society of the mil** for nor owner, lId odwn +r,,
: ii WILEY MOTOR ) StuartDeparlment r.IMdtrseaoiairnYdls.n.e. Community church met at the Is
: s Mlmral Candy Tahiti.ai over a longer pitted"than" by.
1'I home of Mrs Samuel
Ueyers any other engln, buttttoday. CMv olse 'plwn egrit.d
a day supply $J.J L' \v>st Palm\ Beach Instead of at sosss
: 'I i 'i,::1 \ N. Federal Highway StUar OFl la' the church as planned, Mrs

\ ... Store UNER'S PHARMACY Meyers was a former resident of
: i 'J Ths.t., tide. Pew eR Hobe Sound and was a memberof tic ri ear h ready fog wnl! r! Brn! *,*
t! ,: .; 'tI, : Phone 320 the society After a delight yovt

ful covered dish luncheon the rvl<. and M cat yutJU fwdwtSfhor / 'le-
business meeting was held. The

following motions ,were made day ah.a NEW SKAT
CO and seconded: that $, be donated .
to the Fagg Orphan,** Home INSIST, ON SAlEm '
i'' W W1N at Jacksonville? that a supperbe You taw .v ry right to d.mondtafay

,:o ,p''I' f ,''< 'j Will Greatly Improve the. Comfo nd Appearance of Youf Car. L*U Install NOT.held 8th at, at the S o'clock church:Thursday and that fcr. your famlyi end' you 'CHEVROLEIOWI5TPRICIB:

Them Now. + w the next meeting be held attire gel t wIIIt CMwoIet'. UnhtHI/ '
Body by Fhhw KnM-AiMo Rid. ', '
m home of Mr Andrew Ondlsh on

''' i Drive In Today, We Will Al o' Giye BfjHr Car A Bumper ft Bumper Irlpection> ,' Jupiter attended Island: Mrs Carl The Nichols following, Mrs andp'f ehrw'ksAdIseH'arwe'eM esmbb'ed' enty b Oavk *' ,LINT ,IN, ITS ',1fdet "

Andrew Ondlsh, Mrs Olaf Williams ( end. hlghw-prlctcl torsi' '

' WILEY MOTOR Mrs J, W. Wood. Mr*.
CO. Anna Hart, Mr. Paul E. Mahan ROYAL p"'LM' CHEVROLET C

K f i'16t ARTHUR_ .AUSBORN_ Owner Mrs. James,:McPherion Qulgley Mrs.Mrs.W Alexander R) ,

t' '' North federal; Highway :i'' :. Moor, Mis 'AlthsJre Hall' and. .' 'PHONEII
," "' '" Mn Arthur Brodrick KRUEGER I( .sT1JAAt' ,
] ,.,'aad''
Iti.d >Mr.
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STUART NEWS, BXCiKT. MrtU ceantl. FLORIDA ''UtaSon! OCT. H, 1M1 fACt THIRTEEN ,


WSREEL DETAILS FILM OF TOT flop by the Florida Anglir'l Associa TAKES OFFICE Indian RiCer Drive .FEDERAL WORKS.- JOBS -Johnson J, al. la her with hf '

|G "FISH RODEO": Opening of the nab rodeo biggest ,.. -- I OPEN IN FLORIDAThe Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mullln brother, Douglas Shelton and Ii'Ii'LAude I

I IIUldo. In Florida history, will be I and Mr*. Sallie Willis of Hobe family, Mr. Robinson reported
Oct ''le-CP1NS< > -...' marked by a federal Works Agency Is waters over her floor In Fort
I parade on Orange' Pitch Remodeling Store Sound spent Sunday at the home
nrecl and television films Avenue followed I extending aid to various arias Lauderdale.
.1 I be made of the opening of of the "first by prize"public$5,000 release of Florida In order to expeditethe of Mr. ana Mrs I. A. DeLoath. Bobby Park who Ie 1 In. service 0 j t

Uando'* 150,000 flan rodeo Oct.in fish from a glass aquarium Into AndJensen.Apartment UnitBy rehabilitation of towns, villages Those who attended RaymondJohnson's In Boca, Raton II 1 visiting his 'h r
has. been announced by take- Apopka. and farm damaged by seventh birthday din mother here. Bobby Is being u 4
Casting contest
j
rdon R. dwell, Orlando pub.' and trick MRS. VIVA ROAT ------- flood water and recent hurricane ner Sunday were Mr.. and Mr. transferred to the Pacific Coast &4
hooting
It ty director. I professional by famoui .......,... *. Frank Simmons, Mr. and Mrs.
trusts will be staged guests at the dinner Mr.
were O. H. Tyler, and Mr.and Mr,
cameramen also will make The plan lOt by the Federal ,
i by the/ Sportsmen' Association Regardless of scarcity of ma up
and Mrs. William Miss
!
and television Hunt, Bentley Work In Ted Baumgardner of Stuart, Mr. Horn DesigningPlan j
creels Agency conjunctionwith
and will be filmed Urlals andlabor, the Pitch
by the newt Mary Alice and James 1,1
Bentley .
and Mr R. W. Johnson Mr, and
I the 11.h.Annu&! meeting of reel cameramen. fords are enlarging and remodeling official! of the Seventh DrainAlterations
Phillips. Mrs. Ed Johnson, Mr and Mrs
( Orange 001lJl8portamen'! the store building now Naval District Headquarters at Addition*
The Lysle Hubbaids of Eldred O, H. Johnson, Jean Richard,
joclaUon which li to be held The Victory NcUo.n's occupied by the grocery of Wal. Jacksonville calls for the use ol
conjunction with flagship, had as their dinner guest last several hundred Items and Ray MECHA /IC AL' : r
of
] opening of was rated at only 1,000 tarn ter Marquardt and son, Walter, surplus ;
I J50.008 tub rodeo sponsored_corned nearly J.OOO$ ) men. yel I Jt, known as Jensen BridgeMarket I Wednesday evening Fletcher equipment to be made available Mrs. Louie Ressler and son arrived DEAF/ ING j I( ,
home last
-- ------ ..- .-. For this building Russell of Ankona. Incidentally to the Federal Work Agency byvarious week after a
years It was Mr. and Mrs Hubbard's few week In Mayport with Mr.
housed the Ray Robertson Grocery Naval activities; In the f lartcoff Jf,
wedding annlverary.The Florida area.Former \ ,: Reasler who I II shark fishing Harry
MOTOSWAYGULFFLEX i which was bought by the j
MarquardU. With renovating birthday of Mrs Frank member of the Naval' there. At FugateJk Creenlee*, J
Englar, a former resident of El I Mr*. Josephine Putnam'' left '

LUBRICATION and enlarging of this building, Construction Battalions < a e a Rai Building : Ii'
dred, was the Inspiration for a Saturday on a business/ trip to I
Bees), are needed to operate the '
SWAYS SQUEAKS i they will have moreadequate L Pho f Stuart 311Announcement l I
AWAY cocktail party at the Englar Hampstead, N. H
stock : dragline, tractors, bulldozer "
space for larger to meet
Car Lubricated While In Swaying Motion the demands of the grocery-.. : home on Orange Ave., Fort scrapers, pile driving equipment, Mrs Sybil Robinson of Fort i ,

At No Extra Cost / buying public. : Pierce, Sunday followed by a truck, pumps, cement mixer, i '
dinner at the Burston Hotel etc.. to be utilized In thin project it'tl
Drop In and See For YouifceU The old post office building '
Mr- Englar! with Mrs. Englar'snieces Those who desire to take advantage
TTiis Sensational will have a face-lifting and be the Misses : I
Alice
Greasing MeUod Mary of this Opportunity of
'
turned Into an apartment! house tl 'I I'I
Bentley and Beatrice Bentley "
employment' with the Federal
JOHN T. KMETZ to meet the advancement of the '
tuart Service Station planned the attain The cock. Works Agency are urged to forward -
tourist business that Is In Jensen
tall
Kmets, a lieutenant of Labor party took place between a card. giving name, rate,
alter Rein 7 Phone 9144 Beach. the hours of t and 8 and the and present address to one of I':
leader John L. Lewis for
many Seven apartments are now In dinner at 7. Handsome menus the following persons: 'I
yean In the CIO and also the the, building and two more will and place card were laid for J. M. Boyd County Engineer, T. Reid ffauterbachRepresemative .,i I I'j
AFt stands with hand raised be added 'on the, lower floor Mr and Mrs Englar, Mr. and West Palm Beach County; ''j I. ,
In 're-enactment of ceremony these to contain the: latest Inequipment Mr, W. W. Bentley Mr. and MM. O. A. Sandqujst, 3010 Segovia : I
Porte and furnishings I Angus Sumner Dr. and Mrs. ,
at Washington In which bewu Street, Coral Catties; :,,1'I
Carrying on the construction I James A. Oatlln, the Misses Street Jacksonville; andC. :
.
sworn In as Assistant Sec.retary ,1
work Is J. T. Murdock, finishing Bentley Madison Weeks and W Lindgren. 1708 Margar'l t. I
& Borfy' at Labor President la being done by Aven Emerson Haskil 1 Plnson Joe E. Wlckham Eau Gallic,
Painty Shop Truman appointed him te .!. and electrical Installing will be. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCartywere Florida. __ ;, ::1
_
flee Sept. 30. done by "BuI Ehrhardt. among the guests at an I 1.,
(Over A & A number of the older cabinsIn Informal for I II
P, 2rffl Floor) gathering contract Salerno News I
the PItchford colony are also bridge With Mr. and Mrs W. T, I The KahjVIailoring Co. I II
SPECIALIZING
IN UPMOLSTERING In Tropical Farms in the process of transformation Warren hosts In their Plnewood
Auto Fainting -jftletal Work ,*.larger windows kitchen home Other Invited for the I :
Cu tom-ma*> Slip Cover/ Sport Tops ,- cabinets and bathroom facil- affair were Mr. and Mrs. Myrop SALERNlGROUPATTENDED II 'J: I
ities being Installed Varn and Mr. and Mrs. John of I i apolisillbe
CLUB MET WITH Coming down from Washington McCarty. 1 : ,

D. C., last week wire' Mr. After a stay In the North P-U
and Mrs Dennis Vlllom, this being Carolina mountains Mrs. J. M.
MRS. CLEMENTS their 25th year In the PItch. Sample has returned to hr
PROTECTFurniture ford colony. Arriving last Wednesday home on the Drive. ,[
to spend her 13th season Club members responding to MEET MONDAYBy
here was Mrs B. J. Williams the Invitation of Mrs Frank Fee
ftotrJs LAST THURSDAYBy Dyer' Dry \oods
Rugs Etc. from Youngstown, Ohio. Other for last Friday afternoon were MRS. O. D. QllGLEY r,

kftinit' damage fromlgotbf roaches and silverfish arrivals were the J. D Gam who contract games war played i
having them MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELL. made this camp their winter were Mrs. Dan Mccarty Mra. Those who attended the Coun II l
y ; quarters for the past five years Walker Liddon, Mrs. David Fee ty Council of the P.-T.A in Hobo Thprsday October 2 I
BERLOUMiPROOFEDTen'Years The Tropical! Farms Home Word has been received from Mrs. E. L. Adams, Mrs. Brian Sound Monday night were Mrs ,

Demonstration Club met at the LeRoy krause !that he will open McCarty Mrs John McCar'.y: Fred Pedersen, as delegat, and !
( WMUn Guarantee) home of Mrs. Hubert Clemente his year-round leased cottage, Mrs. Steve Johnson, Mrs. Rupert Mrs Jack Saundcnon Mrs W/
Thursday afternoon from two to at "42nd and Broadway,",today Koblegard, Mrs. W T, Warren, L. Merritt, Mrs. J. P. Wilbar .. .. {
GEOR five. The meeting consisted of Incidentally, Krauv, got his start Mrs. Jack Harris, and Mrs. W. Mrs. Clem Mathers, Sr., Mnfc.
KEITH
making up the new year I book lit the. theatrical world with O. Padrlck Jr. High score prizes Martha Whittle Mrs. Suxan
and electing new officers Mrs George' Jesael, but switched to were awarded to Mrs. Uddon Saunders of Savannah, Qa, Mrs .1! '. '
Lucile Baker was elected the new the amusement world with concessions and Mrs. Koblegard. George Osborn, Sr,, Mrs R. B.
artin CoiMy Cleaners president; Mrs. Jeanne Baker, at Sleepy Hollow RanchIn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnston Merritt, and Mrs. W D. Blan- IIII ,

vice-president:, and Mrs. Era: Pennsylvania where he re- of Orlando spent the week end ton.Mrs. -
bone 190 P. O. Box 906 Reddish, secretary Refreshments aides summers.Mr. with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Susan Saunders of Savannah I' .
of home made Ice cream, cookies, and Mrs. Arthur Byal of R. T. Johnston In Walton Oa, Is visiting relative is FOR ALFAR
and Iced tea were served. Mrs. the Drive have as their /house Mr and Mrs. W F Cochraneof and friends hers this week. Hoi r I
guests Mrs. !'. aunt, Mrs. 0 Apkona have son, Saunders, 1,1
Tom Bowie was the new memo By& returned home George and famIly :
I ber. The following,Older memo D. Emerich of Washington, D. C after two months spent in travel brought her down enroutr to o AS WELL AS .:.: 1"}
bers were present: Miss Lucile Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T, Bailey throughout the New England Hollywood to visit relatives ,
Inscoe, Mrs. Lucile Baker. Mrs. have returned to Ankona from states and a visit to their old there. i J JI
Jeanne Sheridan! Mrs. Joe Saw- Baltimore, their former home, home in Chester, Pa. Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Bennett' I
.e tell, Mrs. Jeanne Baker, Mrs. where Mr. Bailey was a Cadillac and ions; of Hahlra On have :
Z Hubert Clements, and Mis. Era distributor Th Baileys are MRS. DON ROMANELLO moved here a* he Is mployedIn .:1-
Reddish. now residing the Child home PRESENTS YEAR BOOKAt Hobe Sound : "
Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe of but have purchased property the meeting-of the Fort Mr and Mrs. Douglas Sheltonannounce I I ':
Stuart was a Tuesday visitor of nearer Fort Pierce where they Pierce Woman's Club last Monday the birth of a daughter ,
Mrs. Joe Sawtell. plan to build a winter residence, afternoon Mrs Don J., Rom Denna weight 7 Ibs 10 CBS .
Q. 'What / the Most talked-afcut object In Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Reddish A couple of years ago Mr. and anello, chairman of the year Wednesday, Oct. 8, In Martin H
West Pi* Beach Todd were business visitors In Fort Mrs. Ralph M. West of River book committee, presented an County Hospital. "
Pierce Wednesday Forest, 111, purchased property unusual and beautifully arranged Mr. and Mr*. Sam Blcklpy of
Mrs George J. Backus was the In Walton! where they expect to program that will be followed Fort Pierce motored down Sun- u
PARKING weekend visitor of Mrs. Charles build a winter /home. Already : throughout the club season. day to visit Mr and Mrs. O. II!
flone Oreenlees. constructed on the back property In making this presentation Mrs. of the Business ana Professional Rich Alfar Milk w' he element for strong; bone ando
Q. What can b< about it? The second year Spanish class U an army cabin for purpose i Romanello called attention to Woman' club In Fort Pleroa muscle, an alert min wonder it'* a favorite with I

A. Let LOU BI NCI Olive Ave. d 1 First St., met Monday evening for a Tor. ot storage while building I the theme ot the book "-doers well. as the state federation athleteal
In the ter of the nhoppuM district in tilla supper at the home of Mr. a home lain progress. -not hearers only," from James --- ---- "- --
and Mrs. Carl Roth. The evening Tuesday's arrival at the t>r. 121 In her talk Mrs. Romanello
West Im Beach take c:% of your was spent In organizing a J. A. Oatlln home In Eldred was stated, "Jt Is with work not A ,
ROTA CLUB
par kiii problems. Spanish club'and making plans Mrs. Oatlln's niece. Mrs. Ray spoken words that we canachlee.
Q. How? for the Initiation of the first Hosey from Hammond La Mrs .." Mrs. Romanello gave a ART w. N. eeeea1.N ate
year's Spanish class In Novem. W. H. Brent sister of Mrs Oallln much credit to the members of IN OLIA'S GRILLIs
A. Any one the following servlc entitles ber. The purpose for oiganlilni also a guest from Hammond I her committee who had rendered eNUr.RsRARR
you tfta FREE: PARKING SP B ALL, the club is to promote conversational who has been here a number of her valuable service in the R. W6RYin 4.16! Flamingo Drh Phone 7175

DAlllf you like : Fill up with asoline Spanish. Members pres- weeks, will terminate her visit formation of this attractive *EST PALM BEACIILet's
a Bash job oil change or brica ent were Swynne Sincere Orayce with! Mrs. Bosey's both leaving booklet. i 'I
Pomeroy Ann PIttman, Sara soon for a visit to Mr and Mrs. Mrs.'W. J. Lowrie of Eldred:
tlon K polish r job or -wax job. Roth Ford Carter. Lloyd Campbell William Nunn. Montgomery, lien 'last Saturday for a visit to

John Haromy, and George Ala., before proceeding to their : *. F. C. Dev:rick In Clarksburg
BRANCHWest Knickerbocker.Mr. respective homes.1: A party 1n I W. Va. Mrs, Deverick Is a Face
L and Mrs. J. B. Sauvagehad the Oatlin home last Saturday winter resident of Eldred and
as their Sunday guest Mr. evening honored Mrs Brent and like Mrs Lowrle la active In civic ,

Palm BeachOllv, Ave. and First Si,t and Mrs. Carl Sauvage and son, Mrs. EmU Koref, of ''Nw York : and fraternal affairs, .....
Carl, Jr.. and Mr. ant Mrs. W. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don J. '
SINCLAIR PRODUCTS H. Lewis and daughter,Jo Carol, Romanello. 'GREAT CREDIT GIVEN Hard Facts

of Vero Beach. I Fletcher !'Russell commissioner Mas. MARJORIE SILVER
for St. LucIe county on the Inland For her enthusiastic work
Waterway)' Commission, attended during National! Business Wom

4 a meeting of that bodyin an's Week and her planning and SOME DAY these good times will be overt(
Dependabl Installation
ort Lauderdale last Friday. directing the B.P.W.C. radio
Arriving home a message broadcast in "A "Dream City 1
,And Quick Kepair Service greeted him that Harvey Commission Msetmg in 1967"
Spurgeon a recent visitorat much favorable comment has SOME DAY production Kvill catch up with demand,

Y- Mr. Russell's home In Ankona, been directed to Mrs.: Marjorie
employment will be down and most of the world
from Des Moines Iowa, was in Silver of WIRA. Mr. Silver Is

I 9 Sweetwater Texas where he had a resident of Eldred wife of will be lookup? to us fof a handout. Taxes will .be i
to the cotton Douglas
gone Investigate Silver manager of ,
Complete stock of Athroom fiztu gin busln.... It was also stated WIRA She 1 II radio chairman terrific. 1 e & 1 f t .. (

Complete Line of PAnbing Sup s'' by Mr. Russell that Mr. and Mrs. I It t,
Van Allen Bradley, her assistant

SERVICE manager of the Chicago Sun, Isn't it plain horse\ens o save now for the ruggeddon't
QLLRATHLUMBING would not be down until March
for their annual visit in Florida. REALESTATE days that lie ahea mean to hoard, but ,

1-AKRON P Njr 26S STUAI\T\ ; FLA.W Mrs EmU Koref from New when 'I
AVE. York, who has been the houseguest lay something aside.he. time money won'tIf

of Mr. and Mrs Don J. to make.
so
--- easy .
Romanello at Eldred, left Tuesday
morning fora' visit with 1l f1 '
friend In Miami. Prior to her
ER departure Monday evening there P ernes f all kinds If you don't have a b k count please accept this; -

was a table of bridge followedby invitation to get sta a: the best'move you'll -.
midnight III''DC It a. Other : for e. .
guest! were Mrs. Edgar P. DeFrlcst ever make.
of Whit City. Mrs. Max
Hard JBed, vprrosive Shanefeld of Eldred and Mrs Also r andinsur.
Viva Roat of Walton. -
For Jxjbrt tkdvi\Consult )Pr.and Mar.Jr. A. Gatlin, their aster.Edw.
house guest. Mrs. Katherine CITIZENS BANK OR STUART
Brent, and Madison Week Of
F, KEIRTlIERCE Eldred, attended a. dinner Sunday Mapp i

evening at the Indian Hills Member 'The Federal Reserve jpystem, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation., :,
FLORIDAI Golf and Country Club given by
Mr. and Mis. Frank,Znglar of sate

I Fort Pierce in 1 tompllment to nan of Personal .... '"
COOSOUf'f P. Arced. 8. The Service .ra. r. ,
CONDITIONING ids.h.a..l .
COAmTER I their niece, Miss Beatrice Bentley of FlktvllM, :Ky;, recently
PHONE 884 or,132.W graduated a*statistician: in business -
4/L gTi ..
AdrnllllllraUQIfJQIB the ...
University, of New York. Other -
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?FACE FOURTEEN THE STUART NEWS' STUART, Martin Ceinty, FLORIDA, TRUR D I', OCT II, MlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII
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!' 1111 1111I11I11111111I111111 praisera to evalue property for VEGETABLE WORK VETS ATTENDING 300 I the county speed-up education -

I 'I"I F veterans? ACCELERATION SEEN SCHOOLS IN STATE .1 vlassea, negro veterans are attending ... "JOE"

I; Notes of Interest To Veterans' A. The VA does designate an 18 private schools the \
'' :
I Jacksonville, Oct II.- Unprecedented Tallahassee Oct H. _Florid State offering veterans' benefits .. S
I I George H. Moor V. A. Contact Officer appraiser to evaluate the property Is MOSLEM
activity expected veterans
receiving training
d ( t At office of H. R ,Lowery! Jr Fort Pierce Headquarters -usually only after construction are I _________ ,- 1 ,
throughout major vegetable under the OI Bill at than
.sn rt
producing
d to 4 ,
p. m Monday 105 Atlantic Are This I
J .I tl r anHlllllmitllllxnlltmtnllitllll" ''I IIIIh III ........ .............................. Is completed appraiser of- areas of Florida for the! SIlO State-approved educational PREESSDRX PREDICTEDOrlando. : .UMBING'
III I IIII"11I11I.11I.11.11111111I1111I"11111reaaon.wln I Is a reputable citizen
I n+ ',;1 i Answer ;to; hundred of; questions : I..receive ha't of his his community; and Is not In next few weeks, as farmers: push I institutions, State School Supt When Government

I' JI, .,:I' r{l about bfheflU for former pension? the employ ot the government the preparation of land and the Colin English reported yesterday control to consumer credit ends JOBBING CONTRA
f t' II.lIC01elare available from A.-Under them circumstancesyou His fee .Is paid by me veteran planting or cultivation of crops Nov 1 there will be strong pressure PROMPT, E C T SERVICE NC

t I': contact representative/ of the may be entitled to an apportioned Interested in buying the property necessarily retarded by the recent As of Sept. 15, English\ reported to loosen up and extend ALL WOR GU ANTEED
His la to see that the tale there lit and this of credit on an unsound
share Job were colleges type P MS
f the veteran'scompensation
; I. Veterans Administration at \..heJ of bad meather, said William
I ;1 price Is "rea onabl*." It..Is not universities II vocational schools basis, according to A. A. Me-
l'. '' ,"' ,nearest VA contact office, the or pension. Under I his! job to find out If the contnirtlnn L. Wilson, director of State and 23J private schools .*- of Kethan, president of Florida
i Here the existing regulations, the
are to
i ; 1" answer aome la! the best DosatbleQ .. Market, today, "I have spent which 125 were flying schools- Bankers Association: of Brooks- ,
J 'I benefits -' -
," :?I j i '.' :I. asked contact many men queries: regularly, : 'wife but no child, 70 per Why have the appraiser? the last week traveling through offering training under the, OI vllle. In a letter addressed todayto ::-;
( I A. His appraisal la accepted Bill One flying school Is located all banks In the State
.f; Q.-Does the VA wet the date cent for veterans and 30 percent the producing areas and have
". of maturity on OI loan? for wife"Why by the VA. His ..responsibilityli been Impressed with the assurance at Wltham Field near Stuart -
,'I, A.. No but the my term shall in \ to protect the government, In that while the bulk of our In.the south, with its !growing ORS LE
no event exceed 10 fornunreal Its guarantee of the loan and fall production will be late, we I In addition Florida former teasonr two crops often are
lilt
yean Q- to
necessary ap
/I '1' to protect his client the veteran, will have a substantial acreageIn servicemen are being offered i grown the same year summer and
.t I !' estate loans; :25 years praise a piece of property I wish from unduly high prices In the the various accelerated education-. courses winter legumes being grown In
j 'f crops normally
I ( for home and business loans on
'if to buy with a 01 Loan I
purchase of the home ot his working toward high School rotations with
one or
produced heavy volume twp year
'
:, real estate; 40 yeao for farm A,1 .The :
o : law requires that th
II I. choice, VA may review the appraisal 'Nt E. Williams, manager of diplomas' In SO counties And 22 cotton and corn, HANfcYBANTRYPricedJIIght
loans real 1 estate
} on farming; to be
opera purchase price paid or paid,
If It appears out of line tho Fort PIerce State Farmers counties maintain study centers
I f ttonaQ \ for property' or the cost of con- with values for veterans Roger Bacon wrrsted, fur,
I. I ____ community property Market, has reported that It Is getting related was
struction alteration and improvements Q. What Is the advantage ofa still to training under the on-the-job black magic 'because
Impossible give an accurate performing
If I am forced to leave my must not be more :: ; i
husband guaranteed loan? estimate of atorm damageto program. he performed experiments involv PAST SHOP'Q
pensioned World WarI the
a than reasonable value. A. OI loan gives the veteran a the tomato crop In that area. In addition to attendance at tag electricity
for
veteran other
: .. cruelty or_ credit advantage because the Some of the original total of
Q-W111 I have to pay for government guarantees a portion about $>,000 acres\ has ben or will
books or equipment white\ attend- I of the loan The OI loan be replanted. WillIam. says grower E
JfI ing school under the OI Bill? Ii a credit program;; responsibility i are hopeful that with the Highest Cash for Your Car

I A.-The VA pays for all books I for the actual building of replanting and what they can 214 2ND BEET

and equipment that the school houses rests with the veteran. salvag9 out of earlier plantings, WON' IVE MINUTES
STV.\R'f requires of all students in the tests, and lelidlng Institutions.. they will have 30 to 40 per cent uart, Flo a
I > ; SINCE same course as long as this private contractors and archl- ot the-original acreage" We can pay you \the O. P.] Lfor your eat which

amount plus tuition does'not exceed Is as much as you get i iI any and For Q\ck Sale
'
1112 $500 a year for the course. IKO ADDS I\E NEWDIESELELECTRIC These are 2000 horsepowereach
STAY WITH] I THE LAWSUNRISE
IMTS and bring the FEC fleet up Includes
::1. Q-If a veteran finishes a Job- St Augustine Oct. 9 (FNS) to a total of 26 units or $2,000 MOTOR CO.
R e training course and has entitlement The Florida East Coast Railwayhas horsepower: One qnlt will haul _STOCKS FIXTURES and GOOp WILL
time left he enroll in
may just received delivery of five a seven or eight car train at high 311-23 Suth Dixie Immediate Possession '
fpsSpee4He.
another
)Job-training course or
new dle l-electrlc locum 'th"e sv ed, while two unIte are re-
I may he (o to school for the remainder 14 to IB-car Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190
units, officials announced this quirtlKor a train
of his ?
entitlement -
neeks such as the Champion
.Is A.-The veteran may use his "
remaining entitlement either for
RentalsCot \ J Job-training or for educational -

r training provided he has the )LLARS h PATRONIZE j
: rt-
VA's prior approval!! I&r at +u

.formafloD OI loans-guaranteed;; ;:;;: by the I >ENT.IN :\ MARTIN COUNTY HOME FIRMSOFFERING

Rca Eat insurance Veterans Administration are
MAR IN COUNTY YOU
I making It possible for tens of

/,. I I'I JON+ W eorSee. TAYLOR thousands to buy of southeastern homes of their veterans STAf AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE'SERVICES

,,- ,
I III own.Because
Once B Pbons 104] of the purchase of a

+II C it. / I rUARTt home may be the largest Investment ... I, former servicemen will -- -
t tir t-- ever make, veterans who seek FRAN] ALE I Get Miles of Wear CANDY STUART COOK'S
-- QI loans should b! familiar with PAINT CO.
i; the problems and responslbllitles AT THIS VERMIN. RECAPYOUR HOME MADE 'SERVICE STATION'I

'I I, of home ownership under; ROl UTE SOME IS By. Box or Pound *PAINTS and
I. I the 01 bill Unfortunately.many TIRES Pralines Dmnites VARNISHES LUNlli ROOM> I
veterans lack adequate Infer A. LOOKING Al HIS Mexican CreamsTBmMMssjiae
I R'+"e n.. I. III. rww t.lrf : ENAMELS TRACER MM
matlon about the program I SPA
Here are the answers to a few Roof Reopping I + + Butter Crunc Drlr P r Beer arf Soft( Drink

;' t I questions about the most Important 511 So Color! Ave. : YOUR PR*>UCT II I a I II lei CREAM-COLO MINKS' MURPHYSHERWINWILLIAMS Sandwiolet, Soup, Pit
'' + H aspects of the program: I i I'' CHASON'S at v4OuPONT IH MilesKo, of Simile
ail I I I f.
'I Phone 9141 ave SHOULf BE .
[ 1 ,. I MIX Q.Who lends money under the Mildred Heath'sSWEETS TRODIICT.Mang ,
QI bill? I 1 ADVERTigJb! HERE Service Station j I Phone 121F TtttrtGuf HI-Wa, Rat
; CRETE A. Private institutions lend the Writ. P. O. .B..| Federal Highway, II O."V cede P. O, Box m! G.\SOLINI
l Stuart Fli Rains Bid SU
money. The VA guarantees a ._ ( ,4th. __. __
portion ot the loan usually half
RE! ORCINGti .
of itQ --
sf : EEL Who builds the houses and I ''I -1 f HOMllBUILDINGHIGfflSE :
!
COMPLETE
who is responsible for seeing L US I Jenfen Hd We.
: I I s that construction m'eU modern Electric and Ref ri ra- Give To Car Truck '
{ or
i l'- C CRETE standards lion SERVICE! I A Corn lie Check Up J Uncle Billy & SURE j'

r B CKS A. The veteran and his lend- No Job Too Large| r 1 sez. 'e J
ing Institution are solely respon- Too Small ExetslF l D ATTENDANTS THE!
THEM
4 A MECNANrw WOR HAM TR; -
: 4 f, ,r STEEL LUMINUMWI sible for the type house to be KOBE SOUN1ELECTRIC P .r An KM. te.a.l a.e, ::_sin.g....he...= e..4ux.e.r .
built, It Is their responsibility oPcu Houav DAILY General ontractinf E MORE THAN i
I .. OWS to select reputable architects C( and palre
J Reports of th' strlf and th' T TO HAVE IT
J I and contractors who will use th Day Phone StajBard OH Co. P. 0. I |ox 832

f[{,' ''I fI MASON WHITE labor finest, available materials and Hobe Sound 3271 suer [SERVICE STATION gunnln''r' many times what One Bloc [West Palm

CHANDLER. they would be, If folks would City BnJ fe The Bead
PO ND Q. Does the VA have Inspect Nile PhoneStuart I RALPI Dl.,. / Om I J go On risen
I 1 I II C NTr on to see that CI houses are 185-J NWy I in for more funnln' at home with/ [ht

I well built? .r, ther own family( ) Remember,
Phone 74 ort Pierce A No. J .- -
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employ ap.t -
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I quarrels and naggln prevaUThe News SUNRAY
Web ,
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: Its this that drives tome to distraction I 'I

it t i ; j Wafcqrfront Properties Motors e __ 7.IN and lands, 011, so many, la In the the Oj hole Newspaper World JALOUSIES

e ; I AUTHORIZED DfALER TOR In jail I | i That Isl Interested ,In ADD BEAUTY coMrar l:
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Alone tl Bt Lucie rivers
t and and Hobe Sound. I IF ALUe
Il L I Ocean Fronv... FORD It you her a wife or some VM) TO.Y; 4::'I '

I hf .t 9154 t ) urchins,-and this goes th' other STUAlT ., 'SUNRAY SHUTTER!
SAIES AND SERVICE
I'' i i, i : S7 way round-r-flnd fun well within ESTIMATES, ,UJMmWRECKER
I DAY AND KITE
fJ; SERVICE / those environs; ther's no safer Read .Sunray Shutter
i II STUART USE 7' place to be founds The' love ot I Products
fA SODV REPAIRS" .
crt / "I child, should ,Advert! I nit.
f o | or man or woman, .e AlIMOaP..e, sa*
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PHONE' 9142 LA I W e.
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I :AMP better ABSTAIN, lest it should more SERIOUS GROW) Make FILING WVBINETSas & I
TUXEDO -j''j
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FEEDS
Cot es and Boats
AND WN AJI. ..RETAIL. I HEART-BREAK;, or PRETENSE, or, you may learn SOON that I' All Tys ofOFFICE LIFELESS
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INSECTICIDES eafood Its SWEETNESS, Is SOURED by Its TOO OREAT EXPENSE);, SWPUES 1
POULTRY REMEDIES Little t
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Sale The Stu. News
STUART FEED STORE] JEN&N BEACH I' Shop I
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t f ; a'' Modern Cottages] ipllaneesndry ? E nllneer.' ,Phone 41-W will be., sent !: '...

rf And Trailer Cour Kitchen, :And 'Prompt_ Dependable, For kind So ,tweak illfln.Reese f
1 Cabinets anappliances II small any of !
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,I! RENTAL! BY oar WEEN a 1 adl... Land Surveyor Coarteoa ,oral, $3.00. Send in T"I
Landscaping. Care '
'( I ALL convENILNC \ ] ,subscription todarI
MARTIN' C /NTY Stuart, Florida 300,
BLAIR and BAK1OM CTR! IE 149' leg. General Rep Phone

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Driveways, -
I FILING CABINETS
AClEAGC ..
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Contractor Stuart NewsOffice
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i .PAGE FOURTEEN THE STUART NEWS, STVART Martin CointT, FLORIDA THUHSDAT, OCT. 11, 1141


I 1 ,i'' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI' "' IIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'" pralsers to value property for VEGETABLE WORKACCELERATION VETS ATTENDING 300 the county speed-up education '-i

veterans? SEEN SCHOOLS IN STATE vlasses, negro veteran are at- "JOE"
: Notes of Interest To Veterans tending 16 private schools In the
A. The VA does designate an "
. ,, ? Jacksonville, Oct. ._"Unpre Tallahassee, Oct. II. _Floridaveterans State offering veterans' benefits. !,- "
I George H. Moore V, A. Contact Officer appraiser to evaluate the property \ cedented activity Is expected are receiving' training ,
t i; ,l'' '" //'At office of H. R Lowery, Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarters -usually only after construction -; AMOSLEYI
throughout major vegetable producing under the 01 Bill at more than
It :: : : ; 1 to 4 p.: m. Monday 105 Atlantic Ave Is completed. This appraiser -: PREESSURE PREDICTED I
areas of Florida for the 300 State-approved educational ,
UtIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAnswers of
r iiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiimimMiimiiiiii Is a reputable citizen
I ,; ,: his community and Is not in next few weeks,as farmers push Institutions, State School Supt. Orlando .- When Government
I tt' 't' to hundred of
ques- reasons, will I receive ha't of his JOBBING
I the employ of the government.His the preparation land and the Colin English reported yesterday control tp consumer credit ends CONTRACTING '
I j110 41oini about benefits for f pension? i PROMPT E
II r." from fee Is paid by me veteran planting or cultivation of crops Nov 1 there will be strong pressure C T SERVICE
I A;:Under theas circumstance
t" are available I As of 15 loosen and extend ALL WOR GU ANTEED
\ Interested In buying the proper Sept. English report to up
: 'contact you may be entitled to an apportioned necessarily retarded by the recent -
4"eervlct'men representatives of the ty. His Job is to see that the sale I ed, there were 111 colleges and this type of credit on an unsound P 3ORS
h I I Velerans Administration at the share of the veteran'scompensation bad meather, said William Me-
price Is "reasonabli. It Is not universities. 13 vocational schools basis,, according to A. A.
,.' } nearest VA contact office. or pension. Under his Job to find out U the construction L. Wilson director of 'State and 233 private schools Of Kethan, president of Florida
I L. \, Here are the answers to some the existing regulations, thebenefits Is the best possible.. Markets, today, "I .have spent which 125 were flying schools- Bankers Association of Brooksvllle. -
of are apportioned at follows -
the many queries regularly Q. Why have the appraiser last offering training under the OI In a letter addressed todayto
the week traveling through
'I asked : "wife but no child, 70 percent
I ;, ; contact men: A. His appraisal Is accepted. the producing areas and have Bill.\ One flying school Is located all banks In the State.
for veterans and 30
Q.-Doe the VA set the date percent
by the VAHis"responsibilityIs been impressed with the assurance at Witham Field near Stu
,1 of maturity on my OI loan? for wile to protect the government In the south, with its long growing
bulk
that while the of our E
k j, A.-No, but the term snail In necessary Its guarantee of the loan and fall production will be late, we art.In addition, Florida former season, two aura often are
I t 1 no event exceed 10 years for Q.t.Why lilt to 'ap to protect his client, the veteran, will have a substantial acreageIn servicemen are being offered grown the same year summer and
non-real estate loans; 25 years praise a piece of property I wish In
from unduly high prices 11\ the the various crops normally accelerated" education courses winter legumes being grown
J : for home and business loana on to buy with k 01 Loan purchase of the home of his produced In heavy volume, working toward high schooldiplomas' one or twp yell rotation with
I fil'1 I real 1 estate! ; 40 years for farm A.-The law requires that tM choice. VA may review the! appraisal "M. E. Williams, (manager of in 50 counties And 22 cotton and rom HANM-l/ANTRY
loans on real estate farming operations. purchase price or to be paid
(; paid if.lt appears out of line the Fort Pierce State Fanners' counties maintain study centers
I q I (for property, or the coat of con i, with community property vahies. Market has reported that .It Is for veterans getting related Roget( Bacon wos arrested tar
I I ; am-t structlon, alteration and 1m. Q What Is the advantage. of I still Impossible to give an accurate training under .the on-the-Job performing black magic because
/ Q It I d to leave my provements must not be more a guaranteed loan? estimate of storm damageto program. he performed experiments involving PAST SHOP
husband a pensioned World War than the reasonable value. A. OI loan gives the veteran a I the tomato crop In that area. In addition to attendance at electricity. ,

X.veteran.;. for cruelty or_other credit advantage because the Some of the original total of
Q.-Will I have to pay for government guarantees a portion about B.OOO acres has ben or will
books or equipment while attendIng of the loan. The OI loan be replanted.Williams says growers Car QC RE
Your
Cash 7or
school under the OI Bill I Is a credit program; responsibility are hopeful that with the Highest
J A.-The VA pays for all book for the actual building of replanting and what ,they can ,214 If. 2ND REST

and equipment I that the'echool houses rests with tho veteran, salvag out of earlier plantings, WON' IVE MINUTES uart, Flo
i 6TUARTI requires I of all students !In the i tents, and lending Institutions, they will have 30 to 40 per cent a
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I: same course as long as this' private contractors and archl- of the original acreage." We can pay you the. O. P. for your cat which
r 61NCS
: < amount tuition does not Priced ijht For Q\ck
exceed
plui is as much as you c get anytoh p and Sale
$500 a for the course. FEC ADDS FIVE NEWDIESELELECTRIC -
1113r year Theso are,000 horsepower STAY winSUNRISE M THE LAWOTOR
UNITS each and bring the FEC fleet up IncludeSTOCKJFIXTURES
( Q-If a veteran finishes a Job to total of 29 units, or 52,000,
St. Augustine\ Oct t IFNS) a CO. and GOO WILL
training course and has entitle
The Florida East Coast Railway horsepower. One unit will haul
ment time left, may he enroll In has Just received delivery of five .a seven or eight car train at high 311-25 uth Dixie Immediate Possession
W.SpMCWIa.. another Job-training course or svted while two units are required
new dlpael-electrlc lacomdtiveunits 190
he to school for the I Fort Pierce Fla. 'Telephone
may go remainder officials announced ''this for a 14 to 16-car train
of his entitlement?
such as the Champion.
ks A..The veteran may use his I week _.--:
remaining entitlement either for .
Rental Job-training or for educational .'
I training provided he has the U h PATRONIZE

-I V A'I prior approval. D:
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for iformatlon -- ENTIN, ; HOME FIRMSOFFERING
OI loans guaranteed by the MARTIN COUNTY
Rca 'Est Insurance Veterans Administration ar e MAR IN COUNTY YOU
I making It possible for tens ol
1 r: i iI I WBe or See thousands of southeastern veterans AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY' THESE SERVICESLLARS

I I'I JOHN I. TAYLOR to buy homes of their STAf
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I I own.Because
", Mace B Phone 111.1 of the purchase of a -
,
"I/ rVARTt home may be the largest Investment : ..... .

t\ il;: ; ;I ever make former, veterans servicemen who seek will FRA- ALEI- -- --- Get Mil" of Wear I--CANDY- 11 STUART -'I ---COOK'S

l 31 loans should b: familiar with I PAINT CO.
MADE 'SERVICE STATION
/ the problems and responsibilities AT THIS VERf MIN RECAP. HOME
J RO By Box or Pound and
t' of home ownership uncle 1 IS I ; PAINTS
the OI bill.\ Unfortunately,many LOOKING I YOUR TIRES Pralines e Divinites VARNISHES LUNlH ROOM c
: KES4 veterans lack adequate Information A THIS Mexican: Creams .
e.l.r n.n w u. tw.". r.t.. ENAMELS ERA ER PARE ,
about the program SPAC
\' 'f'fI # Here are the answers to a few Roof Re ling .D.... we ... Butter CruncE Beer a Soft Drinlti

questions about the(!! most Important 511 So. Color Ave. YOUR PRWUCT ""a "' ICE c5YAM-COLO MINKS .Heaw irui-'uwu11A Sandw'e.., Soup Pisof
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aspects of the program: i HAS 0 N S at ..+ *H Milts o. Sluari M
Phone 9141 a .re SHOULffBE I SINpoNYMea.ag rRODUCT
Q. Who lends money under the Mildred Heath'sSWEETS
)! MIX OI bill? I ADVERT! HERE Service Station >*, I Phone 1ZSF Feder Ill-Way tie I

CRETE A. Private Institutions lend the wrw P. O. s". Federal Highway O.X esde t, Q. Box 177 CU GASOLISgStuart
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Fi Rains 81d,. 4th. SU ,
.: money. The VA guarantees a -
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portion of the loan usually half
I REI G of at

t' :' EEL Q. Who builds the houses and I $ Je- ':
I who Is responsible for seeing COMPLETE ]LEflUS I HOMi NiLDING Hdwe'
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11'[4 tha( construction: meets modern Electric and RefrSERVICE; ra- Give YoiflCar or Truck

,I't ,', C CRETE standards? lion A ComnBte Check Up U none l B t.II l HIG SURE"TRf ,
\I B CKS A. The veteran and his lending No Job Too Large r Y sez.'e'.
Institution are solely responsible Too Small EtPL A MECHHANICS NT. WORHAM THEM THEY
I for the type house to be i ( :---.J: :.,.=-.tl P"'w" '
I STEEL LUMINUMWI HOBE SOUNELECTRIC r d AN kind. ) THAN
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) built. It Is their responsibility HORS DAILY General tractinf E MORE
t' OWS to select reputable architects C and pairs
Reports of th' strlf and' tho r TO HAVE IT.
; and contractors who will use the Phone Stard Oil Co., I P. 0. o. 832
finest available materials and Day gunnln' ar* many times what
MASON WHITE.d' Hobe Sound 3271 Burr SEHVICE STATION One Bloc Weal Palm

} :J..', PO NDC labor q:Does the VA have I Inspectors Nile Phone aaLm CHANDLER. O..MDUlt t # they would be, If folks would go I City Bri e On The nsen Beach
( HI-Ww t In for more unnln'at home with I ht.
'., ; NTI to see that t GI houses are Stuart 185-J .
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', I' well built? Uie'r'own family! Remember,
.
74 Pierce I )
I Phone onl A. No. -- ---
ther's no great attraction wher I
1 I i! 7 -Q, Does the- -VA employ -ap- I quarrels and naggln' prevailThe 1 S art New SUN R A Y
I 1'1' Web Ordway

J : Wa : ekfront Properties Motors A : i-; It's this,that and lands drives,oh RIme, so to many distraction I Is I In the the 0 hole Newspaper World' JALOUSIF5

+ AUTHORIZED: DEALER 'OR in Jail) That Is nterested In ADO ttAWY, coMforr I'*
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i Along tl Indftn and St. Lucle rivers and Hobe Sound, VALUE TOUSINISS .era
Ocean rrona.ae. I FOR If you hav'-a wife, or some tv 'IO"AWI'ISALU

1 tLl ; I i 1 i urchins,_and -hlaloel! th' other STUAT SUNRAY SHUTTEW
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F Fl S? AJ'ID SEIIVlC 'way round-find tun well within ESTIMATES MJBMITTW
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/ those environs; ther's no safer Read ShU"aooy
Sunny
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place to be found I The' love off Products
IN
IIEPAIRS STUART USE IJJ y child or; man, or woman, should dyer e In It' ? ,.ssea."
A TAXI ITS W. C.AIIM 011 .
PHONE 9142 i T Iffm *
never be treated too light, for all
I I i nwaR 1A CHEAPERCHFORD'S W of them Ukely ar' HUMAN and
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P If 'gettln' YOUR pteasure brings ONE of them PAIN.-and. I 81 Moll
TRUEMAN
I I Fertilizer you ar' th' one BEST TO KNOW-from this type of fun you'd r GLAAwauUSFI

t l ;"I AMP better ABSTAIN, lest It should more SERIOUS CROW I 'Make' I LING BINETS NEWGLOaY
'1 TUXEDO I I j
r Rtrn sure -that your "run" Is REAL HARMLESS! t gained by a .rot o\A.L
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FEEDS Cot and Boal. I LlFW.ssGENUAL
AND w AJI. anAII.'HEARTBREAK, or PRETENSE, or, you may" learn SOON that I I'' <* AHTyaof
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1 15 I I INSECTICIDES LINE.or.d afood Its SWEETNESS, Is SOURED by "Its'' TOO GREAT ?! I 'OFFICE StPPUES Little"AIR i '

POULTRY REMEDIES B For Sale The Stuarl Newt
; ; H STUART FEED STORE I Shop
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\4 Fred A. Stafford\ I'Stu TAXI The
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,\t. Auto Cam Registered' SERVICE'' thStframellPhone STUART.NEWS

t ,L; o Modern Cottages pll.nMl Civil Eer'De.r. 4LW ; will be, sent mad 700 W N {

: nd" Prompt Dependable !week in theO ,,,
n And Trailer Cou And For kind f 'II ..
Cabinets aD I iliaD any of SeLandscapjng. eriod/ 0
1 RENTAL BY DAr WEE a ..ppll.adloa.. Land Surveyor Court eooKitchen. .enly $3.00. Send ill 7sAil
,. CONYLNILN Care subscription toda l
>>- t I MARTIN C MU' Stuart, Florida I lag General : rhon.309.

f ;kiL i BLAIR and BAK ELECTRPhone 'E 149' Rep\
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Throughout Martin County ELECTRHOTPoinr[ Tavern
,, i : Driveways, Sidewalks, Seawalls I FILING CABINETS Meats u. creASSBlock.
AC1EAGI -IaANCBEI I ., Brick, DrainTile Grocer graun'ifrrsa Raw rll
il' i Boat Houses and And Frozen F .i Cnui'la
I x l I SewaU'i Point Rlver-M-Rhoc Properties Septic''a6 .. and WEST1NGH .altest lee

t i 3 j j' ant Fact ,*' APPLIANCES AB" 7ype. Of Mulae All Trpea of rROnuta Ope"'S .. H. 71g Ufo ",
J: Jupiter bland Ocean-te-Sooii4 Estates Itea Everything In Concrete Censtruetbn uND1 CI..sd 's2' ed
OFFICE

{ B. ARBOGAST DUNTILE EMERSON'RADI S Ivan Taylor SUPPLIES : Jensen B. Ii ,'11-. Place yr.f/fI".., :
i. ;; i C. Electrical' Contractor The Stuart New ... 4
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