The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL Local OF NevAP. .PRESS THE. EDITORIAL SocIety.I ASSOCIATED ASSOCIATION News. Editorials ASSOCIATION pictures.PRESS it 10 tuart t' ct.W.' UNIT MOMe/a acuu ualAUSports. g ISC STUART.::z; n I ,

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Vote of. An American Community Dedicated la the American Way of Life r Y

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I FARMER DEMONSTRATES FOOD PRICES School Trustee Election Set for Tuesday H :

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a tt atll Accuracy Sought in County's Flood Damages I VOTERS TO FILL ill

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tots -HEADS FEC-- SignalsIn -- -- 'T" '-r. STAR: ty Tax Bills Out, DETERMINE'TAX 3 rU\JIIIUI1\J jj'< !,,1'1;

Salerno. Receipts MadeCounty I, ,

,. Polls Will Open at 7 a. ems I'

Assured t 2,300 Eligible to i I i''

OKEECHOBEE property owners have jumped the Run with Participate ,O" I \

In excess of 120,000( jn county taxes ahead of the :
Tax Collector L. C. Kickhtcr The first el liQ' three trustees ;
The dangerous Salerno crossing date, Nov. 1, County \

8-Man Delegation Finds, scene of one fatal mishap.: today. ___ to the School Board from I: I.
More Concrete Figures will\ be protected this winter the, bills-some 4500 Of them. -- ------- Martin County as a single consolidated !

Needed Martin County Chamber of Com- roll of $350.000 hit the district will\'be held at t

merce has been assured by P. L., OCt. 17 for Oct.out-ot-State 20 for out-I.: PROBE THEORY eight polling place In the coun ,:
Rep Marvin H. Rowell, Oaddls, Florida East Coast Rail : Florida owners and ty Tuesday. The polls will be 1 l' j
Martin County's representative open from T a.m. to 7 pm: I
way superintendent at New I 22 for local residents, Kick- OF FOUL PLAY
on the 16-county Flood : The county estimated J.300
explained. This Is at least
SmyrnaOaddts I electors will be called
Control Committee of Flor- 'Weeks earlier than the bills
wrote Price French to choose three of seven :
ida, headed an eight-man I have gone out before. upon '
Chamber president: IN DEATH CASELonely candidates for the trustee positions 1
delegation frojp, :i here at the tax bill presented It and to determine '
committee's second meeting "The main highway crossing learned was to the Florida upon I'
I I what millage\ the board pill, operate
in, Okeechobee Monday. at Salerno Is Included in our, Coast Railway for 32334. ; for the two years startingJan.
of 28- Peck's Lake Yields
Others attending from this schedule of automatic were a number
crossing 1, 1948 when the new trus-
bills to owners of lots valu- of Gome
county Included CommissionersA. signals and we will Install the I Body tees will take office. The suggested
E.: Sims of Hobe Sound andO $10 and less Carpenter
millage Is 2, but an extra
signals at this crossing as soon
D. Quinlivan of Stuart, Mayor county taxes paid In No : space wl1b\ provided on the .
Phil Pence County Agent L. M. as possible, but present; Indications 1 1 I receive a 4-per Cent dlsI I Martin County l sheriff office ballot In case voters choose to i
1 Johnson Thomas R. Oartland of ace: that It will\ be the latter RAY reduced per cent a
I : & rlt and the State Attorney office favor a levy more or less than "J
.. ---..- --- Port Mayaca D. H Tucker and part of January before we will I Cinnamon,; 19 until I when a pen I are Investigating possibility of '2 mills The board 2-mill suggestion

hotel David M. Marshall. be able to get to this particular i i>f Curlier < series Is Imposed Is unchanged from thepresent s
While memben in the foul in connection with the
a congressional committed a hearing Reporting on the session at I play levy I

Clumber" of Commerce building nt All.uiU to Investigate fuel! prices. which the $30,000,000 master wa- crossing "Star Farmer mysterious death of Everett William The trustee candidates Include .

Henry Dyer (hi (plukl shirt) til (;luknnlle member of (lie Farmers ter control plan for the Everglades The civic body requested action Ii 20th annual Local Bunch, 38: Domes carpen- L. D. McElfresh from District 1,

Union of Georgia[ Squats in front of (the l idiling raid sells product was approved. Rep. Row- on an appeal made by Salerno Future I ter. I R C Johns from District 2. H. I i(
ell\ said it has become obvious residents at a general meeting Kansas City | The lonely mangrove-border M. Saunders and W. C. Caveny
(4 hit tarn m a <1< imnutrution (if what f.irmro get for .their produce Nabs :
that the hastily estimated figures two months ago. title. }hll i wits ) ed waters of Peck Lake on the from District 3. A. M. Shrlgiey '
did, what city people pay in retail stores.l Selling Bt farmers (prices, on flood damages In this Provision for Installation of the Weekly 'Intracoastal Canal 12 miles south I and Mrs Oenevleve Merrltt from :'t I

Dyer .old nut his stock In 12 mnnli! .. ]lie( said sign at right lists county that "we have now won.t the signals was made' In the I of here yielded up the man'* District 4. and O.\. II Tilton from

die difference In fanners" (prices und wli il consumers in titles pay to stand up. Martin County lacks State Road Departments 1947 Suspect I body Sunday morning I District 9. Only!! McElfresh and 4"I

ailem concrete figurer and proof of construction budget which Allotted GROUND Missing since early morning Tilton are present trustees seeking OJ i

what we lost and need, and $9,000 to the project. Originally wah. I hours last Thursday when he I re-election.. I ,I j
these must bs secured as soon the plans called for Installation a negro 23 I was reported to have been a par- Tits trustee term is two years l,.

hamber 'Out of Red'for as possible if we're to partici- of the Salerno signalsas FOR old was arrested In Stuart ttcipan t In a drinking party and the new trio will I replace the i

pate In any flood control workIn soon as those In Stuart were I : week by Sheriff O M Dick" which lasted through the night present nine who were elected !; : j

this sector of Florida completed the News was Informed and returned to Atlanta Bunch apparently had been from three school districts In

In an effort to secure this but the work has been in- a charge of murder. dead three days when the body the couuty These litre. now I t"I t

1948 Mapp Says data, Rowell announced that 400 explalnably postponed. j tip reached the Sheriff of- wa found by Douglas Shelton have been consolidated by an !, :

sectional maps are being secured The work Is done by FEC: signal here that Way wa wanted and Bill Abbott of Salerno, who act of jthn
which will be sent to landowners crews and the railroad Is reimbursed He was Immediately were fl.hlo.In -the area. Voters will be askedto vote for i Il 1
all over the' county on) by the SRD which In Artnvr, j 'tip and Atlanta police The discovery Vat made. at three trustees,but for not more .
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I The! Chamber of, Commerce, Hetty director to look Into post which they can make accurate turn Is reimbursed by a Federal other His arrest wa a con the south end of Peck Lake between than one from\ any one county

>r\the first time In several yean, blllty, of promoting the section; drawings and notations to show Government agency to surprise to the Atlanta Marker 21 and the county member residence district. In I.

.ill enter Its new year flnanclJir They are to confer with a rep- loss and need In their Immediate I who reported to the I shell pit. Sheriff O. M. Han- other words, a voter could not '
resentative of a fishing and area The of these office here that Way Is cock organized a detail to recover I
I solvent Instead of "in therd summary I cast a ballot for both Saunders
,* Edward MKPP, treasurerr I hunting magazine next Monday. 400 report should give a* accurate BIDS SOUGHT"FOR Herb Young I In connection with the the body An Investigation and Caveny since both are from

1947 told a joint session ofd A general meeting will be held a figure as possible, Row- ground of Thomas Glass, another I Sunday afternoon headed by District 3.Polling .

and new director at a .upr Nov 10 at Stuart Civic Center ell said I hon ness building at the In November 1948 E. I. County Judge A. R. Clonts acting placet Include Precinct ii'. '

meeting at Chlsholm Mon- I for Installation of new officers It 1 Ia hoped this summary can ROAD 76 Belle Flora I superintendent of as coroner revealed indicaI No 1, Town Hall at Jensen ,

fj night. With two months to I Kenneth Stlmmellhas$ been be secured before Dec 1. Rowell II will add some In Atlanta wired{ tlons of a wound on the left Beach; No. 2. Stuar Fire Sta- \ ,
named chairman for stated because by that date a I rlff Hancock that he Vf\s, [breast. Physicians conducted an I. I
1, the Chamber still has $1,383 : program of to I tion: No 3, Royal Palm Chevrolet
the event. The first regular Federal Engineer U scheduled to space 1 to extradite Way to examination without making Company in Stuart No 4, '
B hand he stated, sufficient to! I cilities, with I ; j l
board of directors arrive In Martin to seek REPAIR WORK I trial for the charge, but their
fet budgeted requirement) un- nvetlng of the new County additional public findings. Salerno School' ; 1, Mahans
I inn 1.1948, at which time the I will be held at 7:30 Nov. substantiation for damage figures I space be n Sheriff Hancock confront-' I I State Attorney Thad Carlton Garage. Hobe Iion ; No I, Old
with, the ad- 1
fit membership drive will be''24 at Stuart Hotel. here. ond-story t.lin"; of Fort Pierce ordered the sheriff Town Hall Palm City No. 7, Ir. -
directors guests of The legislator said he Is. Advertisement I I I he was Atlanta to proceed with a "l1m.
lunched. 1 I New were particularly for bids for there II'C : p tndlantown Company Itil
I I the old board at the supper after anxious to see that everyone -paving of 6 miles of State I Bank Directly agreed to go there and stand !Inary investigation Robbery was office In Port Maraca. and II I

*Mapp d been pointed out that this which A. S. Blair, as spokesman cooperates In this effort Road 7,8 between U S. I and the sion, ,the now new I I without the formality of : ruled out by finding of $100 on l No.8, Warficld School auditorium ly i' :1., I
accomplished "despite I Sheriff HaAcock so
board sketched and that Interest In this campaign | I Bunch.
V I for the retiring South Fork of the St. Lucie block I i IndlantownIn '
fart that the inherit- I glass and
board I I Atlanta authorities
opportunities for action particularly for help wltTTflood controlbe River was released oct. 2]. Sena- line with the election the I
I being planned
'mine $1,200 In old debts fromW" that committeesbe kept He also told his belief took steps to send a repre- MODEL PLANE CLUBPLANS
advising up tor Evans Crary reported he wait: ,six modern School Board will met three J
put to work.Stimmell that while reclamation Is Informed last week end by F. to Stuart to take Way MEET DEC. 2 times next week. Monday session IINCHU
|L. C. Klckllter. who led the for not an objective In the over-all I .
urged support Elgin Bayless, chairman of the I Most of the [ will bo devoted to preparation i ,
Til rnembershlp drive, wa join the county airport more Intensive plan, !the Palm City Drainage State Road Department. ready has I ... on the part of Sher- A U-control meet will\ be heldon of ballot boxes Tuesday

by Mapp H.. M. Saunders advertising aid In solution District, now defunct, can be resurrected The Senator said he was Informed Is expected I Hancock was responsible for the high school football field meeting will deal with routine

Mdcnt-elect, and David M. of parking difficulties and promotion If those who are Involved bid will\ be received and Ing will be arrest of Way when the at 8 p.m. Dec. 2 under the guid- board business and the third

>rshalks members of the 1948 1 of general cleanup campaigns show they are sincerely the contract let on Nov 18 indicating Feb. 1, 1948Guild. police had no Idea of his ance of the Stuart Model Flab' meeting- will be Wednesday to '

Idget committee la lubstltutT Interested In such a project. He the work will\ be well -- Club which now ha completed canvass the vote v I'

a new budget for $9.731;The Present at the session were Iso'Jauded the "back country under way by Dec 1. The proJ- -' Its plans for the occasion ___ __ I
[diet was unanimously apved paradise' In western Martin I. HE; The meet! will be divided Into'five
Saunders, C. A. "Bill1 Porter ect for which $350.000wa* allotted COUNTY PITSI585S ,It I'IN
Charles Conrad Ronald Cross County which he feels "will be In the 8RD 1947 construction AT ROTARY phase: scale models stunt PONDS IX SEPTEMBER: t : i

> Chamber took under con- McQuade, D. 8. Hudson Russell our own fault If it'a not developed budget Include gradIng flying, Class A speed, Class B. !

ratlon a plan for preeason J. West, Marshall O, H. Tllton as It should be for Its. potentially and paving 5(89 miles ol Drills outline' of the early history the speed and Class C speed. Model The U. S. !savings bonds division y;

bitchy' In a national sporting Seymour Gideon all members of \ rich returns." road and Installation of two World s east coast from Co- motors and other prizes donatedby of the Treasury Department : I

Routine, in an effort to focus the new"board; retiring-presi bridges In the stretch discovery by Stuart merchants will be reports $5.856 worth of E F and f '

f tlon-mlnded eye on. this dent Price French Man Blair,, FUEL CONSUMPTION The new paving will be a 8- : To through the next William two awarded at the meet conclusion O bonds were sold In Martin 'I I '
was given by
a. Harry Hutto Klckllter Harry The Inspection bureau of the Inch rock base surface 22 feet ; County during September. Of
the week-
of Fort Pierce at
he Joint boards authorized Hoke, Harvey Homlar, Leslie State Department of Agriculture wide, which will join the already I of at Herman Rents was elected club this total $4 856 were devoted to "
meeting Rotary
P lIam King, Pelican Hotel, Bartlett, Bert Krueger, Stlmmell report 195108 gal. of gasoline Improved highway from Tropical Practice .. I '* president at the organizations E bonds exclusively.
ID. McQuade, Stuart Hotel, Lyons and H. B. Kraft. And 12.928 lat of kerosene were Farms to Lake Okeechobee givIng Keaselrlng yesterday meeting Tuesday night. The club The State total for the month r

pour QldiJsn! of Jensen November expenditures of $719 consumed In Martin County Stuart an excellent paved "Arsenic and ; IS BORN OCT. 24 TO will meet again next Tuesday at was $9.309.843 of which $2.800.800wera I
'ch and Ernest Lyons, pub- were approved. during September. road connection' with Its farm- members of ; AND MRS. D R. SMITH 7:30 p.m. at the workshop at devoted to E bonds alone .
Ing and ranching back-countrj shifted from Martin County High School In
the : I joint session with the schools
alloween Dancefanned In the Indlantown-Port Mayaca and Mrs Donald R. Smith J
Killed 1 Hurt in Truck ty High Hobby Club.
1 area and a gateway to the Ever announced the arrival of a -
are beIng THE TIDESn4
[ Saturday glade The bridge wilt be constructed Tuesday I Stanley. born Friday at Mar- I. D MAKKIACI 81..... Jun APPLICATIONS,.... t*, and ...." :

over the South Fork about t. day night at County Hospital rtrl.k. JJ.ei tw Pa. __.._ i
Collision Monday - --- --
M on ir' pa.r sir the el. L.et.
( ( at .Lighthouse one-eighth mile below the present The play. .. .1h I ;
-,' Tropical Farm bridge and by the Guild .;....,. at.gd.iA Yln... Per ....h.
Spurt Recorded Peha add I Me.r It ..tou.. is k..k
I Halloween"dance with atirve where the highway crosses Frailer presentation n4 I M.un It (or low. t..wl.d.eeblr
f Demon J, Parker of Fort Sanders t.;Lemon, 21yearoldMtaml Creek near Stuart Nov. 19 and :: be W, ir ::7:lnk.ll.H .
prlzei to be awarded for
[ best costume will be held Pierce, brother,of attorney Otis negro who was operating Contractors are required to, antes will : Plans New Garage W t W:
semi-trailer, uninjured. the two A.M PM. AM ..
wa certified cheeks
ng at B pm Saturday at Parker was seriously Injured the post $12000

[ Hghthouse under the au- and his unidentified companion H* I L being held In}'. the Stuart, when ,making bids change tation of from the M Nn.b,aI! OId Ill. .su... seat tat aa1 1,1f'' 5N..5.

} of the Martin County Vet- instantly killed In a jail without ball pending In- matic effort encouraging spurt In concrete with metal roof. It .la.06 10." ,,01, aaaN. ,
apparently ... r
Athletic SALERNO ORGANIZES week be 35 70 ft with the a II" "IS 0,10
\ Association Parker removedto was recorded here this will by long ,
collision on U S. 1 one- vestigation. wa placed on sale IM 4 Itas" aal ,iaoaNee.
"** Hulls and his orchestra truck NEW CIVIC CROUP the granting by Building side on East 4th St. Chason said I lee "II see '
of the lOuthbound,1'J Hospital where ben by Nov.
half mile north Martin County .
set palm will Include showroom for
of It
Beach will furnish John N. Mann seven a
flusie for, the affair for of Martin County at this morning he still wa unableto Salerno citizens Wednesday, The cast with a valuation totaling accessories and part, a recap
and 11
ch admission will be $1.80 a 0 p.m Monday. Flor- submit (o questioning night organized a Dew, civic: en inane than $32000 room and a garage with work to '
of the part jiI'iL
A Ticket are on tale this SIlL Clyde PIrtle investigated Parker companion had no'" 'group> to push progressive actlvItle -. Mrs W. A, permit for more than be started before Dee t He : ?
Patrol who !
k ida Highway \ on him and *
rora members of the as- paper for the area. 000 were given for Mr*. Anna estimate three months for completion .
five minutes Betty Lindsay
|allon the accident search of his apparel Betted only Charles Conrad was named Chlsholm and Vernon Chas Valuation 1* $10300
dal after It happened said-the crash $1, a handkerchief and an emp-. are being Issued bull. sn-'t. ri*. '
will be devoted tori president,Jack Saunderson,vice- Mrs. Chlsholm permit call Other permit Include: say l
furthering ,the assoclahptbalj Involved a 1941 Ford pickup ty tobacco sack. Effort are being -. president Mrs. Jack Sounder, David M. construction of an 18 by 38 "r.r S. P. *>hl.rk...k. FvuM Sdk.4l T_l>f( *__
truck driven by Parker and a made to identify him. thru, ters. L. .tat... LM It ass. '1, Mutes. 111-fin-ft ....1-
s team; particularIt =trailer truck of on,, secretary and W D. Elan- Olancof; block and reinforced ..e.... ..4 _.....* kM 14 kr 41 It, nw, is ..a
effort1 to secure a re- 32-ton) send \ the FBI and, in Fort PIerce. ton treasurer In an organisa-, storeroom in Kltchlng m' SI.tot. n.b 114 !Ce
Leonard Brother of MIami. Oreenleea, r 0t. No Wrt.tii art. I T.O. lilo .. ;: :
tame with till North Side undetermined tion session at the Conrad home, neth Valuation I la $10- .M 41 Ewt. Mi U i. I. fnunII wi is 70o. I
el Cause of the mishap Bins BAKIRT kt It ft. MM.M .nJ mnn. II.Itt, ::
and Athletic Club of En- in Salerno Shores. H. B. KraftChamber 37. Oeto n .. : ::
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of conflicting rod and E A. rr K M Sege I U ,
Wrlfhl. .
a* a result < .. .
I, 1l Y.t where the Stuart The Bandy Pantry bakery hat 1 of Commerce manager s permit calls for Honk tent. 41 sub .a u. I. I. Tnm, 0.06" It .' Z 440
brayed reports ANDERSONS one-story It lor 14 1C fw .tor... .( lr>U. llttr .
Oct, Frank Bran- participated.The I new garage
12. truck wa reported been purchased by .. i w. ... kiu *.MItotal .
The pickup non who came; her two( yean 1 organization will meet alI 't i Mr; and ; : the northeast comer of East: t: I, .tili iNt.::..t ..Ml.to MIN,4U.t
OW CONFEDERATioN t total wreck while damage each at Salerno St. and US I. Located in II .bea ft. t. tiwmrt I UMlw : :: ::
at $100 'wa ago from Lake City, Brajnnon,,, pjn Wednesday arson .*... : _. ..:
"a,welcomes Pennsylvan estimated by PIrtle a native of DeFunlak Springs,,, School.with the public In1'It.tI1 -i son Robert Subdivision, Lot .8, T a. .......1III......... ratio O sib ...
vehicle 64 ...
k Virginia Into the growing inflicted on the Miami to attend and share It tM will be of S.kcM.UI.... Loll U ...< It. IW. .k I
headed northat will personally manage the bust !County gang _.... boson mt ....'.rood _
i of that; woodpiles. the, time. e 1

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I ; iii '' ''J I. >>c 'SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY-- gg>><< 11] \

; .: AREA HUNTING I mendous trlct, said damage sueys to Indicate game*"tre-because -
Clewiston In
Play I
4 ft high water and said ITigers Topple DelrayFUMBLES
i : SEASONS CUT I there is little hope that tbe water ,
: f I will recede before the hunt- .. _. _
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i II it ,) "';t: Tallahassee,; Oct: 30, ) I| mend Corbettr closing said opens the he season did not on recom-quail COST I Stuart. Boy Scouts Capt re VETS TO. 0 PLAY ---

I f, i: MHtlng} here/Monday In j because what little Is left Is ; Highest Cash For Vour
I' I ( session. the Slate Game finding cover In the high areas Annual Swim Meet Friday I Car
,1 I'r.1 \: .Fruit. Water Fish l'' and "It would have been an Idle FRIDAY GUESTS IN FORT PIERCETOMORROW JtsfMiitT *)
\ ,I reduced the hunting!! season gesture to, close the lowlands because r / TAKE FIVE K MITESwe

; 'tIle South Florida 4tH DII'I I the quail Is already gone" point-earner for the day with pals the 0, P. A. limit
to can you or your eai
extend only from'! Nov 20 to 32-13.CAME 3 AT 8 8The1 whik
I ASSOCIATION MEETS paced by Charles Cohen of Troop 14 fin I.
.. 8. 1948 Martin County Is I 22 t la 11 Vmc h at you can get a ywher andFLOWERS
'1 s, dUlled in this district. Th Martin County High second a strong runnerup with iSTAY WITHIN THE LAW
the School 1 Athletic Association l held from first Stuart'VUran.; ;
The commission closed Stuart 1948 points garnered a I football
1 t Player Share In
I:. I Is! '0 tire district to hunting or! a routine meeting to, discuss arrangements Before 400 the .. two seconds Ray Caldwell team idled last Sunday by an SU RISE MOT R CO.
.1 \ ) key" fans and cut the "U<> t ) for Fridays Stuart- Scoring Scout Troop 11 came next with 12 i,unexpected postponement, take
'. I quail! and squirrel 25 days Cle,,'lston football game at the I Fan annual from two third The on their third foe of thtNleuon 311-25 South Dn

i", on doves 31 days. NO other high II'hoollast Thursday right Palm : n'' troop received: a trophy I, tomorrow night when they meet Fort Pierce,.fV Telephone
....f I" I.: strict ions oil hunting were It will meet again in a similar I After a listless evenly* The Individual winner received the Fort Pierce Vets on Jaycee > 190

t I ported set for Martin t I session next Wednesday prior to matched first hulf that ended carrt/!d Field In Fort Fierce at S p'm,
: J W Corbett of the Stuart-Paho0Cee} tilt here 6-6, the Martin! County the Officials for _the meet were I Conditioning drills have been _
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air i flomntlBsh from the 4th Nov. 7.I .-- I lUtth School Timers roared took -n York, refer assisted*" by :continued this week with most ,
J enable Holmes. Fred Jowett. Har- team members expected to report -
.. j 1, back with a four-touchdown 4 points" Green Charles Kounta, I tomorrow night I In top For All OCCASIONS
t.I t..I COMMERCIAL and / AERIAL cfffnsive) 1 Ithe i| la't twaI ahowed: Morris Charles Nugent, ,shape Stuart' starting lineup
'" 4 I r quarters to swamp hapless Steele and A P. Patter Is not expected to vary from Its 1
.' PHOTOS OlevUon! 32.13 1 for 400 fans, Troop 14 ( ) first two starts when It had Ransom BOUQUETS r' CORSAGES |. CUT FLOWER
I ''on tae ralrtMAked hitrh Troop 14 ) son.The results summary: I Til ton and Fred Rein at FLOlAL ARRANctMENTSDOMESTd
': I' PHOTOGRAPHS WILL/ HELP YOU MAKE THAT school field hew Friday Troop 2 ( ) II-tt. fraotI..Mv. Its Mil. !,<_ ends. George Mflgoa and Ralph I
I I SALE 7PROMPT.IEFFICIENT : nitrht Troop U ( ) ! SERViC /GUARANTEED I Square now In four starts, the Troop 11 ( : ,.a I Ausbum and Billy Smith at
t .. t. fr.trl. .... 11. Ik...,lot.
Troop 45 ( ) >
Tigers take to the road tomorrow sus Cam guards, Pete Robertson at center LORAL f GIFT SHOP
COUTANT night for a non-conferenc! Troop 25 ( ) --i:: :::)( Irk.; jk'WI'dTI': ) .. : 'and Walter Rein Jr., Paul Hard-
.,,1 I game $In Delray<< Beach where Nine :I. I, :,buV>trok" 1m t.i'|' Ik. wick Jack Hartman and Charles WJRE.. FLOWERS

i "''f... COM EPCIAL PHC/TOGRAPHY/ despite the host*' better season trip ....<.. ( II...I....n (461"<141 11m.tJJ; L: Hall In the backfleld Arcade pidg, 5th ft., ft. Pier< phone 3104)
f 'iH j'': record Stuart will rate as a 1 w. The vets' will return home
'j" Krueger Big.-Phone 324--Nl To Western Union I light favorite Delray has won Andrew Houg ht..t 4..lurt.ttolK' ;nr, !ll. k""I Ib.4llh .' Nov. I against Okeechobee,
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three out of four starts losing L.nd ro fll'4541 114 Wow II" -
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: only t to Pahok-e ir 141. MII ,. ., SHARP WINS FIRST HALF
: i iI iI Richard $5.t m ule nat. Ile a.
All the Will.,.. : OF POOL TOURNAMENT-
Tigers are reported 11111 sad FrlMhekn I Itll!
5.41511, "; lIE. hall TI...
FUGAlTE and fiREENLEESEnlineermg playing of reserve shape with sophomore the exception back- Troop : ....at d. .kmililnlii. ..n III .Iki.- Deputy R. O:'Sharp capturedthe
/ I Bridges Lrl 1141 I Ind Cub. ((141 std first half of the' citywide
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I Paul Mlspel who suffered a Leach I :':; ins: IYI l t Ilk. Wnliuc ill Tn,; pool' tournament being conducted IJ'JOE"
broken bone In his right heiid ncRom
Surveying, Blue Prints In the Cl-wbton tilt and will addition ..... Ill mru, Ird, Trap 1.1. toss 17: 4tk. K T.:...,..ant 11 on the second floor of city 1
ban under direction of Fire Chief
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be sidelined for at least most "> nn IM T'.4,
I E.| Submitt d On I!took kefl : j _.I...Ird, Troop 17 John N Man .. The second half '
mates Request of the balance ot the seawn : ; ;s1., I I.1, fray., 111: ,..:
,.,. .... winner Is expected to be determined -
a; TnYs 55.tic Trap 54
From statistics of
the Friday'scontest I II
; ........ ..
I ilbs and .
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1.-se 111 within the next week. Mann
r. 303 E. 4th &l\\ I Stuart, FU It would be difficult to I two ... Tn.r. 551, .... Trap 111, 4t0. JOBBING t I CONTRACTING
said, and the two finalists will
j ; \ ascertain the games winner. kwon I fourth. .:':':;....h.. .'..... nil... t"h.. play a special match on a date PPOMPT! fFFICIlNT SERVICE
ClewUton, operating from the ; I. ..lnl.. ...k I sea rddll flJl. AI. pW K ClfxRANTEED
: Leach
1 I t ", II 1 PilON 311 redoubtable T formation. rolled I.asa1, lilt, Jan._Liu Its.C_ !-I.s.hA.' to be announced later-, hone |08

,I up 10 first downs to Stuarts 7 ROLLINS SALERNO YOUTH ON TEAM_ IN JAPAN

\ i .__-. __ _-.__- ____ _-. __" and In net nearly yards matched gained the as Tigers both Winter I .n........:_w .r- -- ,_. ,.,..... -

teams topped the 250Yd. mark College I.-i.
T However the trump'lies in the '
l I will
/ t STOP inToday number of kickoffs and own est grid I Anno
fumbles recovered. Four times at n :ement
I I the visitors miscued In ball at
night :
!, (1 insult us about your build. ,handling and In every instance I 4 ,
\ 'an alert Tiger was there to recover -
I i ilg problems. I Two of these bobbles setup v..,. B..ek I r ST1 RTRVICE
notrka' r '
t ; 0 PAINTS Stuart first two score Actually fU.,.
j { Stuart got its five Tile on ,
t I I,," t tI WALL BOARDS II plays an unusually small Assn.Mt..ot/ TAX ; ;
I I average of less than tour plays .
r',' 1 :i r CEMENT PRODUCTS per score, Clewiston ,.
; Volney Robins' fumble midway 29 but : '
I ewe is NO\\IL|>CATED
f \ '/ i j I: : BRICK In the first quarter recovered recovered .
r 'k LUMBERILLWORK by Sam Whittle art' Ihe Herb .'
I I Clewlstoa 22. opened the scoring end for :
:: & ROOFING gate for the home club Four only to t 1u fLA EIA'VE.NEXT ; .

.' f .I plays carried to the 9 from an of a TO v ORY HOTEL
ldt : : ., 1
\ where Whittle passed neatly to dashed
I ; J i A Hrl I EY Mgr.
Herb Tucker for the tally. Whittle counter. c/J
11t I, 's attempted placement kick son mad X yiYka 4.
...it East C t Lumber I for the extra point was low Tucker J

I John Gadds fumble recovered to the

't & S Co. on by the Clewiston Stuart 18! left started end the witty visitors period Stuart ai'l /

I r ly I to a score Two line plays ''a penalty si_ c.... MM NITE. PI, )NE 42-J .

I netted only 1 yards, but a lateralforward Clewiston The nth Army 1. 1st Cavalry Division"' 1 olhull loam, s major threatto
Phone 22 P. 0. 305 Stuart, Florida pass play from Ter- bounced the 1947 American Football League\ of J.ipan, lius Seven members:. "INSURED"PEPENDAI iFE,' PROMPT

\ I I tell carried Cason 14 to yards Bob Pratt for the to Robins thing tus pass of the 1946 squad| included on it this fall They are (buck row, !left E SERVICE

1 tally. A line buck by Cliff Beatty Against to right) .pat Lt, Charles Knudsen, New Yak( Ci:: yi C"pt.: Jnlin/ C. 24 HOUl A DAY

: for the extra point was stoppedto Clewiston Patterson, Okmulgee OU"'I 1st Lt. Orlando RuggHto/:/: Phih|>sbiirg.
leave the count even t-6Cason kickoff Pa., and Lt (log) Thornton F. Dixon, Tultdu; (treat row, lift to CABS DA| pa NIGHT'
a sPoT I 's fumble on the first! J3 plays right) Technician Slh Crude. Bert Arukaw( Honolulu. Pot !14 Class
r,1 f1k I play after the second half kick- Robin Warren Merrill, Jr., Stuart, Fill.. a'MIl'vI, 1st Claw' Chrter" Conrad, TOM B019\ E and SON

off gave Stuart the pigskin on stripe 1 {(eedi, "0. Memtt, who liven 4 miles west of Suit mo, Is [lie son of r r9 ors
the Cletston 21 from where Bill Mr and Mrs. Warren Merrill -
I FTI(uiton broke off left end and from the -- _._- _I
LANDJNGCONfTEST:; with good blocking: went all the Back
way standing up for the second ers to ONLY ONE IRC
Stuart touchdown. Charley Titus damp
passed to Whittle for the extra score
point and Stuart led 13-8!. went out / SCRAP CARDEDINDIAN A

I r After the ensuing kickoff art 44 t

I ., yards on
Jf pass play W L T Irt
There will be of L ding Contest ..III. I 0 / ::
j a and ._. I I 1 I
I I with :.:.,,;. .lu I I 1-: : II:,111 IIION
it Every UND Y STUARTSINC. end of 0.1110 ,S 1 I ,111
I j without krt.1M. ,155
'WEEn'IIE1uL t.
tI 14 LAST TOn
pass CWw II
II to
2 P. M. 0 M.s v 1111w. failed. II Jowk.,v:ll.. /.10'MollxgrM C "I_ iIa
The pl I.... IL I*_sobs. tTOMORROW t 8
tistics: BCAa1Pa.. a e'
s I 'g C.lll.It. .Dflrmj' <._.
Tw_.tl> ; Clou" .t Nnsrn..
K ... o. .__.
H Trail .. o .
I I I 1I000".b' -ee...Cka....
.,. ".1
I iWITHAll F LD Speh151Rentay A.I...h... $

; ,"ra....'. Tltusvlllei Teclers only un- JiBUIGP
IIIt 1i...iI.. member, of the Indian
x..ur. Conference, strengthened
r-s! 11Y
j ''illslA SfudehtsIHAVING !//Inn Ci A..l: onto ter : : : hold on first place In the 1947 :
race-with tight0 de
orll.I..., a -",
H>r Information NYr411nn .In Melbourne Friday night

1 i s HRH FLYING TIME INr dow) the only IRC contest on the
i t el l Estate %Insurance Errt_ 'd.. :: ; : : r)3UY
_.. .. card T
P nlne"s It was the.Terri
d or es.
; ..... ..I'"d ,' third straight victory In the r R '
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., / I outside of which they
t kkd1ranbk.
,., 1. played two ties.Only .
I Oseeola BIV( ifiane 1HI Own. '..... i t OM of three league mem- I
IT&R1 ad.. fcrt* triumphed In non-league L ) Y TQYSt W!
A Friz of $ Friday Stuart up ,
ClewUton 31-11 In Stuart, I r P tTJW
Okeechobee fell before un-
t WILL BE GIVE TO THE ANT LIST your ours, Apartment Belle Glade 15-0 and !05 Qpr, fry;Awa7'
t Homja with absorbed a 80-0 lacing Fps targtnnoun em nt of /t

I Z. MAKING TF EBEST I G.u uL St. Joseph High School
Augustine, Cau'Oallte had PENII QF QYLAt Ai
t !?'fWin -L open date.
I { ItAIs Th Cocoa-Eau: Oallle scrap Is

+ flq fALM'BEA H AERO CORP. BUYING SE NC s only conference action card C lernari's' "aa
PR01 'STY tomorrow.;night with an of e ,Sups
other four IRC members en- ,
P 0.
GL }N 'G. JOHNS u Mgr X21 Watt Rio ,Color x } play non-loop hi Delray I foes Beach Stuart, et re s e

hone SNt will be In Uelbourpe' Tl- ,. ... t tv
'Ji" Disk Highway, U. mil* ,So. StuVt.lFla. rt, Vlorid trips to Clewiston ,and SWART

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I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.items office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper soon must on ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspajet.t_ ijd lOt( J 'd''II

Horn Telephone U-W. Office Phone lOi | |

practice of kidnaping( i men MRS. LEACH ENTERTAINS t
At Britbh navy lasted about BOARD AT LUNCHEON 1 i Glass spend the winter with her oous-'
Honors Mrs. j. F. Bozone Speaks Ricou-George: |
I I00yeait', Ins Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dam-
II The executive board of the! II ron, at the St. Lucle Hotel. i jl.I jl.

at l 1 j Garden Club at a of luncheon Stuart:wu Friday entertained On Birthday At Garden Club ReopeningThe I Nuptials Held Oordon Moyer- -former tellerat \ J LOSE UGH FAP "

c fem.by Mrs. WUlaford! Ransom Leach Mrs. -_ the Citizens Bank of Stuart,, !
her horn- Tuckahoe, on the Pittman Garden Club .of Stuart I STUART PUBLISHER I On SaturdayAt stopped\ In Stuart Friday on the TO 8 LOS ; :

Indlan'lt1ver. Co-hostesses were held the opening fall meeting ADDRESSES CONVENTION "' way to the homecoming game In
Mrs. J. Y. Harper and Mrs. J. II:. The Friendship Class of the Monday Mrs. WUlaford 7:30: Saturday Douglas 8, DAYS 1f
Taylor. Others with/ Edwin A. Menninger, publisher \ p.m. Gainesville to visit with friends IN

oX art'' PHONS 1400 Mrs. Franklin present D. Jones Included Mrs.How..rd Baptist Sunday' School honoredIts Ransom Leach, the president, In of The Stuart News, was a L. Rloou of Jensen Beach and here; He Is employed !In the V I'I,r.,

van* clt, La W. Neall, Mrs Ritchard teacher, Mrs. Andrew Pitt- charge. The RerW..O.; Aldridge speaker yesterday, at the annual Mrs Esther L George of Tampa First Federal Savings and Loan OR MONEY 6ACK1

ASPH T & TILE Knapp, Mrs. J. r. Bozone, Mrs. 'man, on her birthday Thursdayat gave the Invocation. An addressof convention of the Florida State and Santa.Monica Calif., were Association in Miami. I ''fl
F r Sale L Ashby Arbogast, Mrs. W. A. the October business and social welcome was given by the Horticultural Society In St. Pet- united In Marriage by the Rev. whh i ; 1''i

me Col ra As Low As Palmer Mrs. Harry Swingle meeting at the annex. Mrs. president who Introduced the ersburg. His subject was "Flow Wilfred G. Aldrldge. The wed Dr. and Mrs. David ,Fairchild! ,
to hurst, Mrs. I. t L. Decker, Mrs. Q. Ouy Boyd was surprised with a. new board members, Mrs. W. A. ding took place at the Sewall's stopped In Stuart Saturday noon
15 ents W. Conrad and Mrs. Tracy Mar. kitchen shower by the members: Palmer, corresponding secretary; erlng Tropical Trees With Mrs. Point home of the bride's sister to call on Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. TT ,
tyn. Mrs. O. C. Bennett, decorations; Menninger, who accompaniedhim Mrs. John Langberg.Mrs. Menninger. The Falrchllds were J ''I'II
as! a token of I
sympathy for the Mrs. Franklin D. Jones, hospitality they were guests of their Langberg was matron of en route from their summer
I complete loss of her Tropical ; Mrs. Charles A. Carrlel, honor and F.< K. Ferguson of home In Baddek/'!Nova Scotia to CANDY TABLETS
/ Farms home In the hurricane.Mrs. chaplain; Mrs. Tracy Martyn, son-in-law and daughter, Mr: Stuart was best man. The bridal their winter home In Coconut Take on those fatty lid
l il ilh
and Mrs. J. C. McCrocklln Jr.,
Earl Tinman entertain publicity, and Mrs. Harry gown was of aqua silver cloth Orove."SPIN". ulea Have a H/m,
St. Lucie Restaurant while attending the convention. and the of .aura by fottowa
committee, Swlnglehurst, Vicepresident. arm boquet pink arm Wan; <1
., Mrs. Earl Hall She also .announced the club's TREAT MEETS sweetheart rosebuds. Mrs Lang- '
and Mrs. John O'Day, used the renewal of memberships In the DUTCH erg wore hand embroidered 0 08(10NO '
/oiler l the Personal Management Halloween motif, with orange Florida Audubon Society, Fair. The Dutch Treat Club enter- georgette crepe and a corsage of LA IV, f'
and white Candles, as table decorations child Tropical Garden, Fan- tained three tables of bridge yellow sweetheart rosebuds. NO ERCISEa
Of and on the birthday American Garden Clubs and a last Thursday afternoon at the At a reception Immediately
Civic Center after having lunch- The new Soapiest, Suds- candy to will help you tip ;
cake ', ,, donation of $13 to the American following the ceremony a Uered less Cleaner Yor Cleaner r. ... t o, Simply 11
ANDY TSIM S The president, Mrs Marvin Red Cross for Christmas gifts eon at Andy Tslmaa St. Lucie wedding cake topped with miniature rot fad uSmat th.raar
Restaurant Mrs. Paul Hoenshelwon Brighter Clothe in via n loss;candy rwNt.
Rowell, presided bride and your
LUNCHEONS r DI / ERS over a general for servicemen overseas. The groom was
discussion of plans and ,workproJecl.a program chairman Mrs. L.Ashby the prize for high score: ed with punch to the following Automat; supply$ $2,2S, a aBR at r
[ OPEN ALL DAYSWDAY with second and third awards -- !
for the qIN I
new year. Others Arbogast, presented the horticultural guests: Mr. and Mrs. Albert' 111
attending I Creu"ilMr : Cecil i Donald lOne who gave an interestingtalk Mrs, George Neall. I I Jackie, of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs ELECTRIC 0. .R'S PHARMACY
son : on vines and shrubs show- W B. Tllton, Mr. and Mrs. F. K. j
Ing cuttings of them. Miss Cor MISS JANET CLAY i Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. B. E:, Phone 75 Deh Bldg.ttttt LFr/e r Bids. _' e 1:
nelius B. Adams presented a TRANSFERS TO BILOXI I Walranen of Daytona Brach; ,.
I Mrs. valuable set of books for the club Miss Janet Clay member of Mrs. Dorothy Inkulsen of Savannah ir'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiViiiiiiiiiMiiiiiflfiiiI 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllIIlIIlf
till 4'M Leighton nII
I library shelf. Mrs. O. C. Bennett the clerical staff of the technical i ; Mr. and Mrs. Ransom 'Tll r
school of the Air Fieldat
I ton, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Houg =
welcomed the visitors.\ The plant I
chairman Mrs. Richard Knapp, Boca Raton for IS months and ,IOns, William! and James; I Jensen Be ch ieai Salon '
Feted Sunday distributed seeds ,of flowering Is among\ the personnel transferred -\ Mr and Mrs. Julius Mugos, Ernest y I:
i11 He Made of I trees. Halloween table center to Kessler Army Air Field I ,i L. Rlcou; Mr. and Mrs Frank
ut At BarbecueMrs pieces were featured In flowers near Biloxi, Miss, since the deactivation Barat; Forrest Kink Ferguson, i Perm ien s ..'f :
our, Old Jew and of the Boca Raton
ry and fruit and Included a lovely Jr., and Wilbur Ferguson; Mr.
Watch I miniature garden' by Mrs. Frank school. She visited! her mother, and Mrs. Cecil Donaldson Maurice of 'Disjunct n ,rTelephone = :
Mrs. Blanche Lowrey, In Stuart
John Leighton was hon- Olass. Langberg and Miss! Jonne = J.
ored on her birthday Sunday ata The door prize, won by Mrs. last Thursday on the way to Langberg.The .
Mississippi. Miss Clay was a | 72-M Tc Office Arcade ,|
bridal couple are making
barbecue party given at the Leach, was presented by Mrs. W. I
24 Hours .rvice C member' the Camp Murphy their home In West Palm Beach.
Leighton home In Palm City by C, Armor, chairman. New club J BeachiiiiiiiiiiiimmiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiii
r Jewelry Repairs; her husband. The long lawn members, Mrs. Clay McKenzie, staff during the war. Mrs.: 8.: W. Titus ;of Washington en ''I
table was centered with a huge Mrs. J, M. Philp and Mrs. Charles :;
METHODISTS OBSERVE ,. D. C., arrived 'jjicsday to '' I imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiie I ; J J1i"
: birthday cake around which theguests Beyers Jr., were welcomed. Mrs, .!!!.!... .L, V
7 Days rviceF gathered to sine the birth J. T. Harper, sunshine chair WEEK OF PRAYER I
day greeting songs. man, reported cheerio cards had 14
Watch +rd Clock Friends who attended the twilight {- been mailed to Mr. and Mrs. R. Two women's organizations of Phone. THEATRE I I"Serving :'
Rep rai \! evnt were Mr. and Mrs. B. McCullough, the Rev. and the Methodist Church led this I

I Arpad Barat and son, Tommy, Mrs. E.: C. Young, Mrs. Walter week's observance of National I t --I. (I !'
F E ES MATES Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Barton and Hitching, Mrs. Bert D. Keck, Week of Prayer. Mrs. Joseph M. Martin Stuart, '
Ii and ONS LTATION' Y'ar + children, Eddie, Richard and Mrs. D. t. Williams and Mrs. H. Phllp presented the Tuesday afternoon Fla. II I',
i Donnie; Mr. and Mrs. J:. L. Bar W. Bessey.; service at the churchfor County" ......
ton and daughter, Susan Kay Mrs. Harry Swlnglehurst gave the Woman's Society for : I I1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Waldron of an Interesting account of the Christian Service and Mrs. Hen-
Jewel Okeechobee; Mr. and Mrs. New Jersey State Flower Show ry Kindred was 'charge of last THURSDAY -1\1o i :k kOCT.30
I Charles Evans, Mr. and Mrs. which she attended this summer night's meeting conducted by the : .jl
I Sop, Charles Slocum; Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Leach told of the Jun- Wesley Service Guild. "
2 0 lot St.Ou Earl Tlllman Mrs. Rose Leigh- ior Girls Oarden Club .howL"At- The theme "We Share This NOV, 3 ;i'It'
ton, Paul BruenJack. and Herb- lanta Through The Years 1897- Ministry 'was .'used for both
to on Bldg.t ert Hodapp; Charles Leighton, 1947" a historical pageant depicted programs. A discussion study of THE WONDER MOW OF TODAY I
I art, Floyd Lamb and Mrs. Era Bot- in flowers, in Atlanta. four missions, two...Jorelgn and .t II
ette of Fort Pierce and John and I She also reported on attending two home, was carried out. Mrs. I
Ian Leighton son and daughter' the 1st annual convention of the Phlp( was assisted by Mrs. J. J. ..About The FirstW/ ere star Of-The Screen! t tX th tp9 ,
of-the host and honoree: National African Violets Association I Richards Mrs. Edna Coutant, ,
In Atlanta and of a lecture Mrs. J. R:Trexel and' Mrs. W. H. ; ;
TEENAGE- DANCES by Mrs. McBurney on "Ward- Barnett who presented the four "
HELD AT CENTER robe of Vases." missions, and Mrs. A. C. Courson r rj
Mrs. O W. Conrad Introducedthe Mrs Curtis Whltlcar and Mrs. ULjIE

I UNTIL Teen-age dances:;;; are "being hostess, Mrs. Curtis Whltl- Robert V, Johnson took part In j In! :
AIT Guild with Mrs.
DON"T the
held every Saturday night at the car. Mrs. W. F. Davey .and'M program Ls 4Rc I
I I Civic Center with games and O. C. Bennett who substituted Kindred.
i THE T MINUTE singing from 7:30: to ( p.m..and for Mrs.C., R. Ashley. Apple Juice is 1 1u
I /dancing from I until 11:30.: Admission punch, doughnuts and Hallo PARTY SET MONDAYA aka WOWye t Few, oat r.d It '
I Is 15 cents a person. Re- ween candles were served froma games party will be held at .
freshments are served. table decorated In the season's Woodman Hall at 8:30: p.m. Mon .twirlB The "h",114rohbin I.I I.'
heart story still
I Sponsors for this week'l affair motif. day with proceeds going to benefit i
will be Mrs. L. 1>. McElfresh, Mrs. -t I Rebecca Lodge. ZitalamotouaR
Robert Oarner, Mrs.F. M. Kramer KNOWLES JOINS FRATERNITY women of lhathran
Robert Knowles has been InItiated -I H N ,
I and Miss Mamie ,Eymonette. CHURCH TO RESUME wheb thrill.,
On Nov 8 sponsors will be Mrs. Into Theta Alpha Phi, { s I
A. O. Pittman, Mrs. L. W. Craw national honorary dramatic fraternity Services at All Saints ChurchIn A NO N rarld.tanedwaDriN601CH" / "
ford and Mrs. Blanche Lowery;; at John B. Stetson University I Waveland will be resumed at I
On Nov. 15 they: will Include at DeLshd, where he Is II a.m. Sunday under directionof IENKINS fit I
I Mrs. Carl B. Roth, Mrs. L. A. a sophomore He Is the son of P. M. Chadbourn. Holy Com, BILL W00Him ',dt
Arbogast and Mrs. E.: J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. T C, Knowles,: munion will be held the third I
Jr.. and on Nov. 22 they will be i Stuart. Sunday of each month. j jI : ,
Mrs. Dewey Hayes, Mrs. E.: D. : i
Wells, Mrs. M. J. Morrison, Mrs. James CRAIG.a Frances GIFFORD f t '
Joseph Constance ands Mr.,D. FATTEN F kFata.
S. Hudson. For the Thanksgiving ... Mss W :. Mutl hid r' w \ .
t / formal !Nov. 29 the sponsorswill r.10.01-......bra' by TOMMY WADtUQlt ,
be Mrs. Arbogast, Mrs. Roth ,b 4 Q ,
FREDp ieet.oNN. ORVIILLE ., ADDED .. '
and Mrs. Smith. Anyone else h.. ,a O. Doll -
who is Interested Is urged to contact + Ilw T ,
Star Span % City" Fox News .Cartoon 0'
1 1Fri.
:CLEA1: USE FOR Mrs. Arbogast for voluntary
service.: & Sat, Oct. 31 .'No*, 1 1 I

Drell Dress 11 .
Christmas is i brigll occasion. children The Circle of the Order of NO.le M. 'i I
surprised and rijppl over their new pres- Eastern Star met last Thursdayfor 1so .: ,
a sewing project. Those attending "
ants, friends ] pp.inlin and out all day. fiHY "
'ttavejrourhu e brilit too r+ and ready were Mrs. Salem Marsh, : "
Mrs. Richard Knapp, Mrs. P. L.
for holiday < tertalingSend us'your Steelman, MrsTJ. J. Clack Mrs.O. t GownHOLEPIIOOF ,
drapes, slip era d. ruga for cleaning L. Rowley, Mrs. Flora Corb- log nttstoaI : 1 ,
\now I ett, Mn. Agusta Johns and Mrs.
IUt U. ally'ur Wardrobe Alice Cadwell The next meeting the Stoll anIsla .
The olidaysORGE will be at a p.m. Nov. 8 at Woodman ,0
EITH Hall r b'ecakundtuuet sw alt d ,

PRESBYTERIANS MEET A ven check gown made of LARU1 SLRN 0h the

Martin oun Cleaners The Presbyterian Women's Association r and nylon ,., soft as ht woke r ra
will meet at 1:30:
p.m. it will pillow, so daintily 'eta
uarta F ids Tuesday at the horns of Mrs. M. the
ONE, 180; p. O. BOX 806 R. Trimmer on St. ,Luci Cres sign for perfect sleeping dl'shes ttapd, liars
cent. { omfort. 4prightly bow trimmed
necklii\ flirty ruffle edging, woman. vltt

full billo* ;skirt. Lowly, like best I, ;;St 7- ,.,
all lingerie\ Luxile. Row and
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f I Siies_34 to \. ,,,. ?,, $5.95 swam ha'Att'('

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II 'At tOUR THE STCART NIWS. lTUlIIj, Mariln Cmnty n. nmA. THl'RSDAT. OCT. M. 1M7 .
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''I -- cz: ::=: ooot'Horticulturally Ollloa.oa! : --"

4 1c twui Not Sand in Shoes, But in the Ears I =

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t, (Florida Municipal Record) The gains have not been turned over to the cities, from 0OEOCE000C .

\ I Published every Thursday atI Sometimes we' think; the trouble with Florida has not t which they principally originate, but to the counties, and ; =:aOgO =eQt
I Stuart, Martin County, Florid, been sand !in her shoes, but sand in her cars-from the to the multitudes of county and state functions which ain Having lived in Florida\ for 25 year, I had forgotten )00" k"
I I A by Stuart Dally News, Inc* tk ostrich act part. a holdover from an outworn constitution and in fill autumn -coloring of/ the I leaves of,Northern tree could be &. {

; f.\i Florida Entered corporation.a* second-claw, mall Too often when governmental economic storms have ,part devices to bolster up what aptly hat been called: a spent the first two weeks' of October this year /fa the; Great ZL''!

,II i blown! up. Florida has buried her head in the nearest real patch work" tax picture. Mountains country of Western'North Carolina. The coloring I,
matter at the at
post office arbItrary w fc
1 '' estate and waited for: the calm--then wondered why somantail The State of Florida hastened growth through Oct. 10 this and from 11,11
; j* Stuart Florida under the Acts : constitutional aids to the climate but continues to height on year day to day, the lading rfi /
''I '.. of March l 1879. feathers were miming, almost lib jfalcldoioope and there everTf '
a alwav
i Ignore the fact that most of it wail made in the cities, form / was. round! ,
I II A FREE PRESS After such a storm she figured in 1934 the way to put tree
.1'I of the road another beautiful ,
I ,
s OF which She withholds nearly all the proceeds while refusIng -
it ,34 YEARS SERVICE the tall feathers back was to grant an unqualified home. '

: ., and T. Rlwrt Ddb N... .... t\N.NUr stead exemption of $5,000. Fourteen other states now rive to assume even a minor share of the deficit. Of course the scarlet maple is a very striking figure In the ,Ma

." :0.1 I \ ra tM al.vl Tlwl.. ..,IN.., ,Ilnl;ANA...IA..: an exemption but only Florida and Mississippi! (with 'a In a revenue-dispensing sense the politIcallYheldpIcture lain woods, particularly when surrounded by pine trees or dark' p4.i'
I ",, A UI"-" ..4 11. .1.... 11..__. rltlt '. very small city population) have been so generous In the of the state seems to b. that of a collection of greens, but there are so many other trees which dmplayivid red !'
,, io.h' Ih .l ,"Th: u'j: ;. ;t"'Ne.: terms. In 13 states the exemptions are all\ much lower and counties and open spaces, schools and highways, withoutany Ing with which I 'was never, very (familiar, but I nk|
I ... ndN Oeh.1N A. I/tl. It. ...... scale little cities Yet, if the cities were to default, which in the wu amazed it
IY I NII".. w.. ,.,_,1, 4w. a a. they 11,0"11 to a* as $500. number of lhade of reef .
4 would enormous on display The
state dullest
t rr .tlwU. Yl.ead., ,. (4NMNh" But Florida, almost alone among the states, has not< end they must do if this view persists, the tt i'
;' :' --'- made provision tq compensate for the resulting, huge lollS have to follow. The needs and honest dues oft more than ejuenrly with touch gf( purple In them, were hcrtfccable Info :
I ",111Ir."NINCII' ; .. ,..0.-1 M....". 60 cent of population "no longer .safely can be wood and the sourwood trees, whose foliage doesnt
," ,' "" ''to 1,1'''NN' .MN"Mlna II...... of revenue! which must weighed: against the promotion per t Uiance u '
:' : ;''J 1"S \aluc. In fact, through/ exemption< income tax prohibition ignored.It as do the maple and oaks, but whose deep crimson\ wiloruio' a
!: RATES has been held, and may continue to be, that the There are in North Carolina lour
and! othtr tne asuret'', Honda haft so narrowed the tax bas Impressive or five kind of/ I
//q y( i ) .Old, ,u, Uo' tnr ."a r.. y.... ,1ItI as to endanger the operation of not only her cities-whic school program which we are 100 per cent for-and other tree*,'offering a magnificent any+ of color, and the oiilt.. tore<< d '

,. I'' ,','," ,,,. OM''" ", .,t. t o.-'.-0"-.--.-.It-"OI.- -T--;.....-,,.. M.1111 a. n.ht are wort hurt-but her own orderly and adequate fiscal pressing state-wide needs cannot betnct and the cities betaken the attention of passemby with their vivid, reds, yellow and bqsuj
5 t ia ..., .............
"I I' ; ///1:/ :T5'i, \rlN.MI'I, r, M .I In NOIY.\I NM, .rt ..bJH".bl.".... .. III. ..d... 'oo ro..hll..I.... ,III .11 N.ISI .. i operation. care of also; Actually the only reason for that Is a 1'he' sour gum is another tree with extremeiy attractive wok trd\ u i

) \,/ ;I .M. a1CUBERorTRBASSOCIATED: : PRESS Traditionally homestead grants are for the purpose realization, concerning' which there's been little public and it was a wonderful experience en watch the panoram of/ oT '
of colonizing and developing virgin agricultural lands, frankness, that we arc about at an end of authorized fieldsof change with the coming;) / of winter ,
I IhS, A .s, ', I'nn" i I. tuNtl". .. ..1..1, M.N. ... t. Ygahllntknl. ..t .U I tho
,'I/, ':,', l.' ...'..::::.: :..:;.,r"luuU In. his_'::. r. N well u oil A!,:'.' 41....,...... and this purpose has been served to some extent In Floi taxation person are. under the f false! Impression that fmt j Is d'Many
al :it,t1 Ml !HI" AUDIT' UIIUU OF CIIICULATIONI Ida. But the phenomenon, in the last generation concentration Other tax studies undoubtedly, will be put on top sible for the change In color in leave In the (fall This, olivmmtv) o

.1 nm111; :i911I111nIIIIIIII4111111111I11UI111U111111111111HIIUllllll lllllll111111111U1111 of a majority of the state's population in fast the four or more able ones already made in very recent correct, and In a recent I Issue of the magazine Horllaihiira, mibliiU
.\ growing cities has made the agricultural urbanite the years, but we venture to predict they may well show, i In in Boston, Donald Wynan of the Arnold\ Arboretum, at Wet, ",,I Iw} .a.it'
: ::! ,r: Worthy of Meditation chief beneficiary The typical homestead is now a bungs.aw / addition to the obvious need for recasting of the crazy- ten a most Interesting article, "7'be Secret ofAiitunin Color, U.i .

t II \ in a sub-division, with full city cervices, instead of the quilt tax pattern, a paramount need for additional large i II reprinted herewith in full: j
.. :j tnmiti! :miiiiuiiimiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiino little farmhouse a citrus grove, serviced only by its own: sources of revenue. If that need is finally determined and Eachyear million* of people in the Eastern United Stain fcj

I, Make\ tulle, plans; they have no magic to stir men's i iI occupants acted on, the cities will\ have to be most vigilant to insure !eagerly toward the mountains lor the brilliant display 01 f uiiiimn wWto .

: ti; I 1,1,1,I ;i,, :,mil probably themselves will not be realized Make Writes! a former legislator and real estate man: "I 1 that the division of new revenue is based on the economic: prevalent there Even close at home many of our ninmnrntj!
I t\, I,'tr! : |tlhll1 : , \k't"'{' in my mind, this act was the greatest advertisement States without any exemptions whatever are turning cause of their fiery color at this time of year The "" 1 ii U. ( U i iw lik.. logical diagram once recorded will never die but ,
L \ ', : for the State of Florida ever written and pro- hack as high as $8.50 per capita of Flute-collected revenueto a brilliant scarlet, the birch I Is lway a good yellow.. ,sat oak srcndfand .
u. 1, \\l aii'r, wi arc /gone( will be a living thing, asserting! it- their cities. Florida, which has given away more of .
"I I t claimed to the world. Since the day of its enactment, 1 It these plants with many others are nghlly given pnimliient pUa
:tt'I(, '.j "It" \I. .,ivtrgiowing\ Insistency Remember that our sons has been a constant factor in the upbuilding of the state normally expectable city-originated revenue' than another for fall display,

\ : ml 1 iriandtons! > are going to'do things that would stagger Truly it is a population builder of first magnitude." state, replaces practically nothing. The cities'are Some years autumn color b much more prominent t and mudi. ..must.

: I''-, I Llt, ;..<.watchword be order and your beacon beauty. v But we are moved to ask him, who has that new bogged down under their financial burdens., and residents : beautiful than others. Just why Is this Actually (lure are 01"1011I\\
.I Daniel Hudson Burnham population And who has to take care of it? In unincorporated Induced to come here by state-voted exemptions are not. plex chemical reaction Inking place! within the heaves width resils)
I. areas services by government (Including the getting the full measure of services the invitation to citizenship autumn color. These chemical reactions arc \largely governed by
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miniumi' !iiiiiiiiiinimii iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitMiinYE tate) are sketchy In incorporated areas, the owners of implied. i weather and it ii only necessary for the gardener to IIIIM a very' *
I EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR lompiteads are hand-fed, mainly for free, with police and With sand in her ears, Florida will do nothing about !Knowledge of botany to understand\ this assnciuliou.. between 2Weather I

fire protection, garbage collection, street building and But, if, with head up, she faces the gale and look and the varying amounts of autumn color, /

I -llllllimiimilllllimillllllllllllllmilMHIIIIIimillllUlllmi( lllllllllllllllllllins naintf nance. sewage rystems' tranportation, civic entertainment squarely at the obligations she laid upon herself when In the first place, leaves are! green because a higljy cwijk

: : "im' Stuart; merchants have overlooked the fact that building code protection-and so on, ad ininitum she voted for the nation's most liberal exemption, she coloring matter called chlorophyll which is always pairtit Jo I n t tOOl,Sb

1 j umiKi l is over. and that there is plenty of business on Who Ls doing this The towns and cities should quickly figure out that she owes the cities a very i being continually manufactured and at the sane time conHii, jiJ
: h The unquestioned advertisement value of the homestead substantial replacement allowance and must find the I destroyed During the of the '
\U\ I, n I j exemption has been collected on mainly by the state: means to produce itTHIS of manufacture of the chlorophyll annul equals the rite outs cnoq'
: I will| Wip their stores open. Our winter visitors think it
I In the fall because of
tloti large amounts of stoied food 1 prodirt
''i "I j MTV' tjjfanire'! Nome of the stores continue to close: on Wed. I
and the of the manufacture
I 0=0- 'OGO'o 0001S toxins rate of chlorophyll! )' gradually,, n r
1I{' day, but this !summer time habit is hard to overcome. STUART )IS INTERESTEDThe KsP: dines although its destruction conlbuea"apklly, FvuiluallvllSi

I a City of Stuart is keenly interested in a proposalby comes a time when little if any chlorophyll is being [.iimdrlirajw

!! 'l j I ( :TT i lie:; municipal election next month provides an Prescient William Beardall of the Florida League of OgoC====OgoC====ogor ocooo most of( it has been destroyed. .This results in yell iw tillage, (<<' I '

i :'rrUiiuTv":; because of the peculiar way the law is written. Municipalities that the League work for legislation to A SMILE It Is a fact that (lie yellow coloring pigment) are emnileesJY ;

Iliflic, \ t three OIcllncies to be filled on the City Commis- secure better streets and sidewalks for all Florida municl Let others cheer the winning man.There's lie I leaves but are masked' during the growing season l lIy the diloniilLTake .| '|ir
the cellar ,
into after it has 'been
I'' A a plant gl'1J"illl( vig! mni'ly m
S" WI J JVid linderordinarycircumetanceano primer :.would lahticsBeardtil. one I hold worth while;
After few clue leaves if tint
light days) gradually turn yell iw h
I tit, ? ,>tsar> unless there were seven or more candidatea 'Tis he who does the best he Can,
\\1I1lr,8I'nt} to the League at its Nov, 17.18! light available Sunshine I Is abseiluterly essential fir the prodktu' l

4 j \ to: *j for:: he three \'lIca/1ci/, However, because of the way the, meeting in St Petersburg a suggestion that it work for Then Beaten loses he is with but a not smile to, stay tlilewophyll Consequently, when it is not present no clilun, ''Wi) I Inmnufactuied

I ,r'J f;,J, 'c''. l iqv\rc'ad" there will have to be a primary if there are as rgmlatinn to set apart{ one cent t of the existing State ga Down with the, rank and file; And the leaf gradually turns, yellow. lluwte. fa
I "n' 1 fltli us four candidates for the vacancies and after the these plants back in the sunshine and their yellow k sacs will asses i
,, t !5y! tax to be allocate to the cities in proportion to their popu That man will win some other day,
0- iI( ,I I primary, the three high on the count will have their names lotion. Who loses with a smilett green showing that in the presence of sun chloropln h "nwiiulartunJind '
i: 11.' :' ajiii'ir the Ventral election ballot without that it, doe mask the omnipresent yellow.piglscntsIn I
,. / cm ant opposi-- Anonymous.
I I Most Florida cities, like Stuart, are so involved h fall ofclliw. cot *
7 t the there is usually a large amount *'1"'\;
J t timt'4'x'pt three blank spots where enthusiasts might biWcytu'write
I : ; : ( in the names of other suggested public erv-: bonded debt ind hanipeltC by the Homestead Exemption Ill hilllllll1111111111111111II111It11l IIIIIIH III agmu I 11111111 I IlIIIi I II III IIIDUUDIUI$ !1!t I I,Irrhes, the spicebush, f he Norway; maple. Ays silver maple, and, Mf"ndiet ,

\ ants .. amendment that they are! unable to build new streets and WITH THE OTHER EDITORS plants'all turn birlluuit yelloE|' each J ear but (It I k the reds at
sidewalks those have in leaflets which make the effective color Their, form.UKNI b sd.t..
( <,,l tin, anv' event, (the law as it is written, creates a situ or keep they proper shape.Onehalf truly)
;, whirc the of the amount received by each local govern- JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II imple These colon) are'much rnor* dependent upon scathe" craw
\ K tint!( primary becomes a general election The
ia I)'r,, uuivwhf, an high in the primary actually have already ment would be earmarked: for maintenance' existing MOSQUITO CONTROL: RESULTS liana. They Are formed In loaves ;Which have accumulated s If.mount

JII Jt i I (U\, woiGalttaough' ; : they have to go through the formality and paved streets and sidewalks, and the other half for build Sarasota Herald-Tribune) ,t of( sugar, the chief fond manufactured by the 1co1'et.I' .
1.. .In, .it hrt to the lag of new paved streets and sidewalks, Beardall said. the' I' In the when the weather is warm and llrre ktftt
A i > pi;" to expense of what is called a general The only way to meet and sumount mosquito sunshine
I I, lion thn,'!' uri.k.s, later. Public roads administration figures, Beardall said, problem in Florida is to go at it in a big way, with big amount of the leaves are very busily engignl in tie. flint
t I'I'1' how that 62.S per cent of the cars",, trucks, buses and other equipment, adequate funds, knowledge, judgment and ucture[ of( sugar Then if warm, bright sunny, days ant Mlmmlk.Wl .
i OC.OC==:aOClO==OClO== "
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vehicles swelling state funds .never have left city streets constant, intelligent application Even then, the problemwill nights during which the temperature gar dopes
1 If : COME ON-LET'S LAUGH In burning the fuel taxed. get out of hand once in a while. ewer, we will have just the coqditions necessary ,lo bring. about hc
In 1945, the last year for which a survey has been believe in ed colors In tlw leave of certain shrubs and trees Hint phynnlnD*
o' s ",\ iO oogot:: O=OJIIIOClOC: : = completed, rural travel nationally accounted for 119,183! control Sarasota and eradication county people as practiced implicitly here, and well mosquito they] have shown that with temperatures of 45 degrees I or lower s *

I. I 'It) E t GOAD FISHIN- million vehicle miles, while urban travel amounted to 129- The results havejiccn eminently worth while They] (parole Joe the augur stored In the leaves of the plant! IcT move Is. *<

I ; .Some fishermen string their fish ; but most of them 743 million such miles, he continued may.have been such as to make living in this community dur- (ranks and roots. In other words, because of cold sight!: lemmiranich |
\ I I '; tl'iIIJ"thl'ir( ( friends: The Ashdown (Ark) Little River Beardall /said that while Florida truns over no gas-tax ing the summer not only tolerable, but more attractive in sugars IreIrIlPIICd" in the leaves; Mlien I lirRe: ""$"f!*

''L: I! ri: "; rich'c' :!' ': c.Il c. money for city: streets!!, other states do, in the amounts indicated many ways The money has been wisely and judiciously sugar I Is trapped| In the leaf In the fall\ conditions are perfect I,

J I ;: ) ONt-WAY ROUTE below : I spent and very dollar has been made to count. manufacture of red coloring pigments, the fall colon that ore! eo| |
It? "
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... Alabama, $63,000 California $4,059 000 Illinois, $9, '"
,' I. 2' U Hows who drive with one hand are usually headed ; ; While the people of many counties in Florida are demanding l by everyon '
\ ,/ f ': for* Uiurch. aisle Some walk down it, some will'be carti 278,000 Indiana, $2141000; Maryland, $3,219,000 mosquito! control measures, few counties have attempted Although this may be an overly limple enplanalnm of many;
I Massachusetts! $74,000: Nebraska, $348,000 ; New York, per chemical ",reactions, nevertheless It explains why ,the, 'hluge II
l ( riecr"); The! Conuirsville! (Ind) Tribune. It. It has had thorough and adequate trial and
.1'\.1'1' i'I' 1182000 ; Ohio, $6.135,000 : Oklahoma, $600,000 ; Ore- intelligent Management here in Sarasota county, and the ler some year than other. For eiample, if duriiiR the. early
1'' ?,; "u Wiry THEY ADVERTISE $522.000 Washington, $2,5 I lion ; $818- verdict is unanimously favorable, Pirjellas County, one of KM year there are many warm,.bright, sunny days "
/ I l'' :--T' advertising is an Interesting device to persuade peo- 000: Wyoming $24,000 the richest and otherwise most t progressive on the Went lights, conditions art perfect for splendid autumn cnlur On doe
1 f I 1 t pie | hit what you have to sell is worth more than their Action could) not be taken in Florida until the 1949 toast, is toying with the idea but is meeting' with the old land. when there is much rainy\ and cloudy weather and' the leave

.. i'' mo*.) U works." The Steel Plant News, New Duluth, egislature meets:!, but the league president said that if it objection as to cost and the! various Impediments thrownin manufacture little<< lugar or when the night are 'very warn .ad
,, : I decided to work for such a change an early start would be is not "trapped" In the loaves such coon. make wj
I LINED the way of the project in Sarasota in the experimental sugar! |
I I } i f advisable I'f r a ;i iTH& and development dayS: The DDT will kill\ birds and fish, utumn color t J
U \, lI are saying In St Petersburg and in other counties From indications, the mountain and l hills nt the Eaiten
some ,
i :' "th'r-JulllOr. don't ,
: why and play with
: you hive
: gq
full. The plants
; States will be covered with vivid coke this
'i \' ;I j uuC little friends! ? although there is sufficient data available here at Sarasota the
\\1 '.' ,' *, *./Junior-I have only one friend and I hate him.-Lee News this week that the State Road Department is at to disprove that contention Cost is a real factor, but intelligent Igorously during the aummer, and weather conditions; of during brilliant, ,
I 'I II 1 ,r ,d, PrijdtrIGNDRANCE. last calling for bids for improvement of the final link InState application backed with knowledg! and experience Ian have been Ideal in most areas for the formation" E. A-M.) '\\J

I \ -* toad 76, the Kanner Highway, known colloquially ; reduces the cost by increasing effectiveness and pre- 1OClOc

J :, IS BLISS as "Indiantown Road," which connects Stuart with the venting waste ::=:::'OE000g0Or: : O .
', 1" ;A" lad from Brooklyn turned up in a mess hall in a rich Everglades section, was received with satisfactionby -- _.- j
,' "I,l Ttxirt camp holding the rattles from a rattlesnakeUicre city and county. Moue soar oP6o RAtw Letters To The Editor j; I
t 5 ,: ( I.\ I .'\4.: 'd you get\ 'em?" a K. P. asked I The paving and improvement of this final 6 miles (Estero: American Eagle: ) !:

"1 I i j., 1\; 1 *'(Off'a big woim !"-Fort Belvoir Castle : will make Lake Okeechobee an easy half-hour drive from In a brilliant attempt to allay the hunger of or-rieu starving OJ:=: onoOOOZ: ::: = :::lOCl 'lit'-

I I: ,; 'I''I, I. t, A BtrDF ASSISTANCE- own, open an Interesting new tourist route, and most im- I eounrie President Truman has recommended mealies' Tuesday Editor, The Stuart Hews '

.I.{r J t i fl.t, woman, asking for a pint of cream, was told it Was pcrtant; aid in the agricultural and business developmentof for his fellow coun:rym'n. Under date of Oct 6th it U stated thai Last night I arrived.with Mr Roozekran again w 111I--!:'

v I t t. 1 b 4j 25 /411111t1l. She expressed surprise that) the cost was only the area I he"will eat salmon s" ak" on his first meatless Tuesday, which U old U. 8. A. per 8. S. Queen Elisabeth, after spending IWsdifferent m'. '
9\ I ''I. ." 'w: G quflQer. The lad waiting on Tier explained : It will provide a fine route for the transport of agricultural most certainly' self-denying gesture and should to for toward In part of Europe This morning I found .

111 I v i f"" J Yes. ma'am, prices are born down here, but raised produce from the rich western /section of the i solving the"vexatious problem. 'But why not ship ,the ,fish ,to yea I, 4 or t letters y for the same old tory: """I" -g

4} 5 I ''J : ,om:vhere I'IMe.-Mr. Effie Gillentine. ounty, and will allow residents west Martin County- I-Europe. and fat meatt? J "I, money, Is what the Stuart News want for the subscription eW
l 'I ,"t' ; who have found )t easier to go to Okeechobee City to The Roman Cahollc Church by far the greatest of all so called! bin Is paid with more pleaaure now than this one You t'

t et ,, t i ONk sWAY TO FIND OUT reach their own county seat without losing their jaw teeth Christian denomination: with million of parishioners allover der. why, "
\ on the super-bumpy stretch to be eliminated.It the wprld, ha for ages past tnjolned upon it* communicant the \ In' Europe thai0ti
) : j t(,,; 2\ !Jan returning to the factory in the Wee hours saw After all the news and gossip
i j j,; ::1: '; tt mJcR on the door It read, "Please ring the bell for the should also be a "vacation highway" both for,Mar- practice of abstaining from' meat eating on Friday of ,each week, blown off the map Ute first thing for me to do was C0'the *rJ 9
"II.l ,;1',' :))" caretaker tin County tourists and home-folks who want to enjoy* the but' apparently (hi* ha*, had, no salutary effect preventing, pile of newspapers I man In the pile of The Biusn
; ", r ." : t =jltgave I The bell a terrific pull, nearly ,dragging it fishing and duck shooting of the La2e Okeechobee, area famine condition abroad, nor will it If these religldnlsUI comply Alter taking off th covert as fast M possible from 1 sIIlJIf
: ; I''from. it* socket: Shortly sleepy face appeared "Are and for 'Glades people looking for quick and eas/ access 'I with meatless Tuesday u well. I finally got the one I was looking for, the one will j
; joujh .caretaker?" asked the man. \\0 Martin County's ocean beaches and salt water fishing Columnist Kofoed In the Miami Herald of Sunday, Oct 6th, bout the hurrjcant, No need to toll you that we eldl IJII'
I I points out that the same "brains" that dictated thj plowing under hen,we did not tee our place mentioned to Ube '
Is f r, Yes, came the reply "what do want? .
. l ;J 31, just wanted to know; why the you dickens can'tHng3hjbell WE'RE NOT IN NORTH FLORIDA ,ot crop and killing off little pigs In time of plen:y are now essaying started to rallze that' Stuart wu stilt on the map, UtI IIJIIIIIII

yourself."-Canadian Service you A-lA Martin County to solve the problem of mass starvation, and wKh no better *utce. than windy talk,and that there was stiy l'11fe<> 'Jn .:.
Through State .
a secondary
: ... Ai blincj leader of the blind they are leading, and News.
r further Stuart ria. t-I mean "The Stuart!
road is still !in 1 u
extremely) dangerous condition
C Into "
I' further chaos, and unless we repudlatj }hem this nation 1 11 lOon we export ?! ,
; ; i VACABON: ) TIME O,days after the September hurricane. Well' we hope to see you u theon..nUIIII f" .,
i I :tmaltpart actor used to haunt his" agent'ssayi.R office, According to information reaching the New, StateRoad apparently Doomed :. lI.Ialft to the early days of November' In ,

t "Anythin doin% for me today Ted ?" And Ted Department crews claimed they could,not find treesand Thlidf having Cbarlle-Luckman: of Level Bros town.folk our bert regards. :corRsssek
WouDi :respond "Sorry, Charlie, Dothln'doln. to fill the many dangerous in -
I. gouges the/ artery. Coo "guiding American public opinion" in the food -
jj rthe weeks! went on, words became superfluous They bur it everywhere else-why not in Martin Soar. We're in Gl
gags us. the biggest "soft. soap opera" We Editor Ibuther' "Jones..(Be.lle --i
ChaDieJwould look i iwrJift his :
eyebrow Inquiringly, and ounty T *.
negation ever seen. ford> bee 3
to -.vould shake his head. f importantIlghway summary of the1 'Gl.cUs 14sodt{ "The:
Ted A thought,which come to mind is that this Pf 1a
thousands .
f. : his went on for years. Then one day Charlie broke skirting the Indian River would have been fixed _r n'. protouBdest'affinitfei'are th mod reality felt ing rain t4 Lake C* oh *ee fot : *
i silerJeT" He strode in, laying, "Oh, by the way, Ted, don't In I hurry if it had been In North Florida,-where the (hey' remain a background and standard for all happiness He 1* going to c,.,ntfaMK) :J do.eo,1' .., I '

booh*me for any job during the next fortnight I've decideS hlrd 'and,, fourth grade road) are better than our "firstsgrade" ; and if we tract, them out we lucceed. ,*'Som folk finidi svht] f'batore'Y>t't.' .',f t
-to take-an-5'pliday. .. Ottawa, Citizen. j roads downjie, "-".George.Sandyana ,atoll," The Gate t ,Cj! r?((5-JP.)" Ci llr fdew,*' mot:: ,

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THE STUART NEWS.''1'tInT..MartIII Ctonty, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, OCT. 80. 1347 rAoiim k 1 t TL 6

I;) ; Stuart News Weekly' Market Basket Page rW IARNOLDBAUER

DAIS See Ue For Indian River Drive Indian River Drive was well ENGINEERS TO GET Association will be held 'a'-tbi' ,t.'
FISHING represented by alumni of the FLOOD LOSS DATA '
I A Repairs and Woman Club, Dec. 11; It was
University of Florida at the tra. I
i Col. Willis E. Teale, Army Engineer -: announced this week. A Covered y ,
Lk.1CE: Parts POST OFFICECLERKS ditional homecoming gains last
It IN.,THE FAMOUS Saturday Gainesville\ In' Jacksonville, has an- dish lupper will be served and, .; .y
Those nounced he is sending two of the band ls expected to play.,<*
attending from here
St. Lucie Region"THTTRUI = GIVEN were Mr. and Mrs Dan McCarty, his areas engineers along the to lower the east flooded coast oral numbers. Principal Item of' I;
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tucker, Mr. business will\ be election of a new
tuc,1e Boule rd of Florida to collect flood loss I"
board of directors
and Mrs. Frank Fee and Mr. and data. :
I By ERNEST LYONS cldedly undersize bass on his SUPPER TUESDAYBy Mrs W T. Warren. The Tuckers Engineers J. A. Hammtck and QJ
Casters have been making fish were Joined there by their son, C. H. Humber will be in Miami
some (fine catches of salt water stringer "What you MRS. VIVA BOAT Johnny, a freshman this year and Fort Lauderdale and other '
doing with these small bass Also there were the Mr. and Mrs. coastal cities and-\Intact city J
trout in Hobe Sound between on your ,string" the officer Entertaining for the Post Office W T. Warrens, Jr, who later at. and county officials, business :
Jupiter Island and the mainland Inquired "Well 111 tell you Clerks Auxiliary, Mrs. R\ E. tended the Phi! Delta ,Theta firms and individuals who have ( 1:1'1:1'l'fTAIL : '
,according to'reports reaching captain," the negro explained Boynton, president\ gave a pot- dance. suffered damages or who have THE MOST COMPLETE :
us this week *.' "I couldn't keep dem little fish '-- knowledge of damages[ caused by
i Blues aw running oil the from bltln' my hook and I Jes luck supper In her home Tues MISS JESSIE MILLER high waters : AfcJD WHOLESALEBarat'sDairy I'' t
J1 beaches up and down the coast, tied 'em up IIQ'I I could fish In day evening Quests were Mrs; RETURNS TO BRADENTON These engineers will collect I'aIV
A good opport ity to get AT taking cut mullet. and cut peace. E r Adams, Mrs J. F. Bridges After an absence of four years detailed Information on direct Jij
Jessie Miller has returned
arquamted wit nn Page A&P! bunker Several FLORIDA POPULATION Mrs Mary Richards, Mrs Stuart to her home in Bradenton accompanied ed indirect losses and They Intangible will evaluate flood THE BEACHES r
Foods to rove to good catche of large Godfrey, Mrs. E. O. Dahlberg and by her brother, P : .,
r GAINS TOP SOUTHEAST Angus flood losses to residential commercial -
mangrove have'beert Mrs ,
thl snapper reported Mary Mrs F, W.
yourself that famous Miller, of who 417 OlfOC) BEE ROAD '
Eden will remain
I i't'
vs from St, Lucie Inlet In Kendall from Miami was the industrial rural, utility, !
family of good jhmgi to the' past week most caught on Despite decreases In Alabamaand honor visitor for the event. for an Indefinite period. Miss railroad,' highway and public t tIF ON 831 ''I
eat delivers A-l fualitjr at Uve shiners bottom fishing Someof Mississippi, the civilian Enroute to Fort Lauderdale Miller was superintendent of property. :' ;
worthwhile Mvid the snappers brought In have population of the Southeast where they will spend the win. schools in Bradenton for 12 Col. Teale said the information X ,,
tipped the scales at high as seven July 1 was nearly 750000 more ter, Mr. and Mrs Harry Willsonof years before eomlng to Eden to will be assembled and used Today -- Mil Today 1 ;
pounds. than on April 1. 1940, accordingto St Paul, who will\ leave to- be with her aged father, Captain in connection with the over-all I:
The fresh water fishing, at 1U figures announced by the morrow on their trip, will\ stop John Miller, and her sister,, Mrs., Everglades flood control study Produce ';
two Bureau of Census and made pub- Barbara Person After arrival being completed In his office
peak weeks ago when runoff In Ankona for a visit with Mrs.' i iPasteuri
taw/ waters were In motion, Is reported lic by William Seltzer district Fan n y Stree r. Incidentally\ here she became principal of the and In particular, to Justify the 'and Ii
'tapering down.* although manager of the V. 8. Depart- Mrs Streeter Is from Minneapolis grade school in Fort Pierce She need for constructing flood con- Ir
still\ "above the average"In ment of Commerce In Miami but has spent many winters resigned this position last trol works along the coastal reg I IIn
AI: the South Fork and along st. Largest Increase during the here where.she Is planningnow spring As a testimony of the ion. Martin ou r i
a LucJe Canal spillways.According seven-year period was In Florida to. make her permanentI14 esteem In which she Is held by
I where the civilian population >me.' the teachers of the Fort Pierce BAND ASSOCIATION /
NN PAGE CREAMY to the October Issue Jumped 445,000, and the popula- Mr and Mrs W. C. Wilson havereturned schools they sent money to her WILL MEET DEC 11 i
of Florida Wildlife, official tion excluding armed forces to their home in An sister, Mrs Eo R. Ensey of Wal- H
EANUT BUTTER Florida Game & Fresh Water overseas, but Including armed kona after spending the summer ton, to buy flowers for her arrival A general meeting of the Mar P. O Bos Kf2 Stuart I .
I Fish department publication: forces In that State gained by In Ypailantl\ Mich. home In Bradenton. tin County High School.,Band
-lb. Jar ,.35c Here one that 406,586
originated In Preparation It now being made The .
PAGE Martin County. One of our for the opening of Mrs J. HWoolnougns R. If Koblegards are entertaining
On Auki!, un inlet! near Cuiidid Miss Sleanor Locke
secret agents told us that anofficer home in Ankona
TOMATO SOUP met up with an old canal b a mint which makes shell Her arrival from Minneapolis is Louis from Weston, W. Va. Miss Mary CENTRAL MAtfKET
negro who was fishing Investigation I money widely uwd"' by people bl l expected next week. to spend Locke the, a Christmas sister, is expected i
an loc I disclosed two deI I the Solomon Islands For luncheon and a movie 1 In here. season
Fort Pierce last Thursday, Mrs John V MEAT I ;
INN PAGE DELICIOUS W. H. Lennard was guest of Mr Sahlberg Is leaving Sun

A LAD DRESSING' GROCERY and Mrs. W. F. McSweeney. day week for vacation New York spent after with a two.his PRODUCE and GROCERIES '
,aaaw) +*. MCIIK HA C ?t. 31c 33-oz. jar 55c Complimenting their house
rnn ''Page PAGE SPAkKL-! Fri. and Sat., Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 Taylor guests. from Dr. 'Daytona and Mrs.Beach Paul and C It has, boon estimated there are I II 'I
LEMON about 4X( ) public health nutrition. and, Akron Jo Brooks I
Butler Pa., Mri Laura Howard .
f tits ut work in the United States I I
GRAPE JAM VALUEPEACHES / and Miss Georgia Turner of ; I,
PIE FILLER Eden were hostesses at cards last

.1b. jar 23c (Packages20c 1": :?''* ,.. 27cGREAT Saturday the affair evening were Mr.Invited and Mrs for SlPEQlALS :'
-14.. jar x,43 A N ALL BRANDS>CANNED:: Victor Minn., and Conklin Edenlawn of Sauk: Mr Center and,I GROCERY 'tl

M STARrI I Mrs Charles Gay, Mrs Charles
MILK 25c H. Alderman and Mr. and Mrs
Can. _
Van "' Charles H. Alderman, '
;Page 9-iz.Jar ,_p....._. ..JOePAGET GCLDEN HARVEST STRING! '5S'" Beach and A. D, Merwin Jr.and Jensen Arthur DIXIE CRYSTALS : ilt'

NOODLES A CATSUP MAT BEANS 2 2Cs ... 25cOZARK Turner.Mri Phillips Taylor Both\ Is of she a Edenlawn.cousin and her of hus-Miss Pure Cane Sugar A 5f lbs.49x ,'i.': i

Broad or Fine band are much Interested in ,

8-oz./pkgs. 17 14|>z. bottle ,..,....._.21c TURNIP fishing and !they brought in a CASTLEBERRY'S CA. I OVERSEAS DICE*

] AN! PAGE'GARDEN """* GREENS 2 Cans.: : q......... 25c: ,Jensen splendid Beach,also string plays Bridge Monday a large where from part sociability HASH _'r 2 39c I CARROTS25c". I'I'CAMPBELL'S : '

.' -
nn I Page RELISH ARMOURS TOMATO in the fun, they stated. They,I r,
met many old friends from
BEANS 10 3k. jar'' 19c JJCJL2J52. 17c former visits here with another
u. I /
| Tomato Sail AN PAGE CIDERWith RICHLAND CREA STYLE.:.. ..t-- ". cousin Jensen, Mrs Beach.C. H Alderman, In Tomato Soup 13; cans 27?

W and Pork VINEGAR19c CORN .2 Can' 27cROLLED evening For these they guests had last Mrs Thursday Barbara COMSTOCK RED SOUR RATH'S LBNCtkEON J'i'' I

.. Person, Eden and Miss) Monroe
[No. 1 cans _23mmmmmmmm4 Qt. RIB Fort Pierce, for dinner Another CHERRIES I1 27c MEAT 39c I
i social function Tuesday was the ( IJI'1
meeting of the Jensen Beach Pitted
& P SuperitJ !;REEN FRESH 59c Bridge Club which these host, I
eases had Invited for games. with STAR-GLO i 1
Mrs Taylor h
EF CHUCK Soap Powder 2 iy2-lfc| boxes 35* : I '
2 bu. CUBE STEA Lb69c'\ Mrs E. A. Menninger of Stuart i

IAST 6: CAR O TS _17CESI was a visitor at Edenlawn
PURE PORK'SAUSAGE Friday afternoon on her first BOSCUL V-8 VECETtvlLE

GROUND* visit Phillips to A.since O Merwin her'return and Arthur from COFFEE 47c I JUICE If 2 25cMOTT'S !,\!I't''t
I. 49c ;
25c .
EF 41 1 ONIONSEMPERfR Lbl her summer home at Cashiers, ,.__-- -.__ .-. Ans----------_ !
>. 2 lbb N. C. I i'' i
c John Bird'of Fort Pierce was .

MB lb.. ,_ 6'' APPLfCANADIIN GRA HESMcINTOllI .2lbS.27cY AN rs the their(the Edenlawn house guests In Sunday boys the trees have at Machan) moved where Apple Juice, /. puart 21 ; !, t t;,;. I

since the arrival of the Victor .
SALT lb. MEM ER Conkllns who took over Redwood C.>.& BLACKWELL -Sweet Grant ARMOU S D>WH DOG .

R L' ib.. 41SPMJ RUTH GUS,,.Ik 5c Economy Grocery until Cottage ford in the December.where arrival\they of Meantime Dr.will Ruther-remain the MARMALADE J j..' 25c I FOODB'ca ..-un 25c s) i

.ELD SLIC SWEET Conkllns are watching construe I I
POTA ES .23c HOME OWff ED, FRlENDLttil OPERATED tlon of a home west of the Har- MAGIC CHEF ,

U. S. NO WHITE S.Akron Avf WE DELIVEll A, lephone 113 vey will Merwin reside property permanently where during they Macaroni Dinner as4: B for 19/ /: :

POl TOES I winter seasons

IIEL21JfrOMATOE 10 Ibs. .. ,. .. A3c Overseas Grapefruit --Unsweetened McGee 's Swee i

LUX TOIL 0c 4 st ,in VaO s.-fears JUICE 2.for....... 19c PEA! 2 a 29c l' ',;

Soap. 2 bAh bars..27cLAVA"

| ""77" GrEat Market ecii sRath's

SOAP, 2lfcr .- .....17eFlUSBUKYS
J o. 2 _
1 9-e*. ertn.
1 Cans Black Hawk TenderedHAMS'.Vr CH K
P ,,- PIE CRUS _.

FPEACHES30c' .._.7s4: V, or whole

V19 Oil, 2 gal. cat.....$1.69.. layer
BACON 11 79c ;EF 35c
a' N BISCU ; b. ",.j,,. ib.. .
RITZ %.lb. g.,17c

Can IV. 1 3; C' CAMAY CLEANER TOILETcan .. .. .21c- 6 Solid Carloads of ood Bargains! STEAK -------__ 79c FEW ib........_ ..... 30c'.

SOAP, 2 bars 19c 3 Oct. 30 The Completd Food Store r

L I LY GL, Oct. 31 CROMER MA KET.. ,

0 Nov. 1 TH1 VT DAIS 8TOUT
? e jVft DELIVE'Phone H e*.ttlt

I Ask Al Sfor*'For 4-Po0. Color Prlc*'Us!' WE ARE_ OPEN' WEDNESDAYS_ ALL DAY .;" .;,

$> .

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f Ill rAGa sa THE 'T ART NEWS STUART Martin Ceoaty, flORIDA, THtRIDAt, OCT. SB, IM1

I IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll II lllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllltn I I I --- talned with _:.:
pinochle party
WM the
t ; HI NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES In Jensen Beach Salerno News afternoon at her guest <* Mr. all4 IIII!
I I il" \' : I n a The County Agent's Column | SOCIAL NEWS --- home. Mr*. Pete Shot won first i George Jess Osborn Quigley Sundayi Md ,/t '

SERVICEMEN'SCLUBFOUNDFR' prize and Mr. Emma B. Smith Terry atttnded the Bey
prize were
I 'rJ By L. M, Johnson MARRIED IN PACKi CITY OCT 17 Mrs. Mary Chandler I Mr*. Jack of John Joan Combs inPorlS._g, .

I I Saunderson, Mr. Charles 'Conrad Whittle who Ii Ia
::1 r County agent in the .floodeI d 1 feeds C W 0 Merchant Marines !Iw
; according to Reaves, Mr*. John Anderson of Ba. arrtvid bee
I :'" area and members of the Flcxx 1 dairyman with the Florida Agrli j lerno Share and Mr*. Harvey' Frldllty' after 18 months
I'I :' I'/'I': 4, Control Committee of Florid ,cultural Extension Service. Halloway. Refreshment were His ship 11 58 Conrad yep'
f : have received I VISITING HEREBy s TRAINING TOLDBy served by the hostess. at Mobile Als
coplet of two tote- At the same time they are saving A Mr and Mrs. "
111 Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Quigley and Jimmie ,
,, '
from Senator IT
Claude Jim
,': grams Pepper }cede, dairymen can help Homan, John WhltlX
CHARLOTTE HILLIER son, George, Mr. and Mrs. John
''If t 'i',;f' addressed to the Florida Cat. themselves overcome the present MRS. 0. D. QtJIGLET 0. Stevenson and daughter C. IL and Bill H&rdwick spy

;; I tlemen'l Association to the eff fcl t tI. t unfavorable situation of dairy Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Thorntonof Kathleen and Fred Brownlee last week end at the home ar III
'i Mrs. Osborn president, and Mrs. A. L.
I. ; I, that 500 spools and 830 spool I products relative to feeds, tlllncui: are here for the season George called on Mr and Mrs. Jesse pans, Brown;! 111 pry

I r' N of heavy barbed wire have beet)I brought about by high prices for and art registered at Pine I opened the Home Demonstration O riff In In Hobe Sound Sunday. Mr. Oliver Smith
I shipped for distribution' In the! feeds as a result of the shortage, Lodge Thornton was stationed |Club meeting Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs J. F. Wester of with a birthday entel'\alnlj\
e .", flooded area for emergency use he adds. here at Camp Young during the I la' t at the church by having Stuart called on Mr. and Mrs.J. honor of her husband party 8aodgt

t ; I' only. The telegrams further advised I Sowing rye grass for quick war and was Instrumental in M I the group read together "Col .. L Terry Sunday, menta were served to'ltanM
k d > (II that additional shipment I winter grazing and proper fertilization starting' the Servicemen's Club I IS lect by Mrs. Mary Stuart. Mr. Mr. and Mr. Wade Adams and ovan Smith and .
1 t" of barbed wire were expected hi,I and management of here ; Jack Saunderson made a reporton son, Wade, Jr, of Fort Pierce Annette, Richard eblidres. IIa)
; ; be will be of the dairy Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Papso- were Wednesday afternoon AloltlO III
'ft sent soon This will mean ,pastures one the leaders' training home Davjd' Mr1, i and Mra.
I S much to cattlemen at this time man's best helps In meeting the dero and daughter, Angle, and demonstration work she learned guest of Mrs. J. L, Terry. and Mr, and Mrs P. O.1IIiui
': I u thli-type of wire 1 14 almost Impossible high price feed situation, Reaves son, Al, arrived Friday from at meeting Sunday in Mel The Halloween party will be Smith Jr. ikath
to secure believes Utilization of grazing Olen Head'ar 1, and will spend 1 bourne.the After a short business at the Salerno School Friday Mr and M'ra. Sill ,
to the limit of its possibilities the winter their I home here, .' Mrs, E. Wallace of f evening at 6:30.: Prize will be and Mrs E A. Ptlldan\r
meeting Mary DeLoach
I f "t:, L. M. Johnson, county agent will reduce the need fur.purchas- Mr. and Mrs. John Horst have)I I Stuart discussed and presented awarded for costume There home last wee ante\ \
;" for Martin County, left Monday ed f.'eds.The arrived from Crown Point, IndJ the yearbooks to the club. Present will be games and refreshnta.Mr. .! HahiraOa.wlthtMrrk, |
"Fr/A/ 1 morning for Okeechobee City to Extension dairyman to spend another season at were Mr*. George Osborn, .. B, O. Pauk of Fort Pierce! Mr. and Mrs J. A. Benneq
,{ attend a meeting of the Florida thinks milk producers would do Ocean Breeze Park Mr. W. tt Merritt, Mrs. Fred ----

: j" Flood Control Committee which well to obtain supplies of Florida Mr and Mrs. Frank Pedlgan 1f Pedersen, Mrs. O. D. Quigley,
: ',f Is comprised of representative Ijeanut hay while the peanuts arrived last week to spend the Mrs. Jack flaUnderson, Mrs. J. L.
of the 18 flooded counties In are being harvested and before season at Ward's Lodge.Mr. Terry. and Mrs Wallace. Mrs. Low Cost Homes
and Mrs. C V. Carskadonare ]
South Florida Following the this hay moves to other areas. Wallace served as agent in the
j' meeting Johnson will leave Okee- While ills low in grade, peanut also at Ward's Lodge:! for the absence of Miss Lucille Inicoe.
I cbobee by train foe: Gainesville hay can furnish part of the season Mr. and Mrs Tony Wltham JLSO
I, '.j to attend the State conference roOshage needed by dairy cows. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Spinney of I 14 and Mr. and Mr*. David Witham 7

r > of county agents being held I thisweek Citrus pulp already is being Sebastian spent several days and daughter, Darlene, of Webster GENERAL REPAIRS
I under the direction I of) H.O used as fast u it Is produced. here last week. I spent last week end here visIting WRI* OR SEE
I ) I Clayton, State director of the This Florida feed low In protein Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Miller oil\I Whitman' sister, Mrs. EllaMr.
: Ji j < ,''I' agricultural Extension Service but high in carbohydrates, Indian River Drive have as their'guests + tlr Prescott E. A. "BIL "
I 'i 1\\ I '1 Johnson expects to be !In his office helps meet the feed situation. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stevens r Mr. and .. 0 D. Quigley BALDWIN

\. ; Saturday morning a:'aves points out that a 10-] of Hlllsdale, Much entertained Friday evening on P. 0. BOX 11 \ *
\ \" per cent increase! in protein supplement Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danforth of tp1 their silver anniversary' at their SALE 0, FUO.o
) i Florida Farm Hour Broadcasts supplies for the 1)47-48 'Speculator, N. Y. are here at home. Turkey sandwiches, cake
Station WRUF. Gainesville feeding year Is forecast. 'their new home on South River cookies, fudge punch and coffee =O---oO ppQ
: "Close .culling and efficient :Drive. were served to 15 people. < o
FrI., Oct. 31. "Rabies, n feeding( of the better cows, Mrs. Don Holt left Sunday for P. J. Scotten arrived home e 0 :
Dreaded Disease," Dr. A. L Shea- coupled with pasture production :Pittsburgh where she was called Saturday after a week In Wabash aiions IsTE

ly; arm Flash. and use of available I supplies: of by the death of her father. Ind., with his ill father,
Sat., Nov. Fifteen-minutr hay citrus l: pulp I and protein supplements Mrs Ransom Tilton and Mrs John W. Scotten.
program at 12:30.:: with reduced grain |I'Warner Tilton, Jr. entertained' i I Mr. and Mrs. a D. Bever arrived I
.I Mon., Nov 3 Special 4-H feeding/, will help Florida dairymen 'with a Stanley home 'demon Friday' at their 'wInter co .
i Club features. lo continue producing de. stration by Mrs. J. R. Trozel.Quests home here after the
spending Have Y
Tues., Nov. 4 "Control of -.pit the unfavorable grain I Included Mrs L D. Mc- summer in Pontiac, 111., with r ar Thoroughly
I, .LOUS"'I"ld\ ]prices, and at the same time help J Elfresh Mrs Travis Benton, relatives and friends. U brlcated :
i I' Pests N, Tlssot.Wed. to conserve grain supplies for I Mrs. W. B. Tilton, Mrs. T R. Mrs. Eddls Smith and daughter o With
Our JlooVrn1ethod t'uhriawds'
t t ,, '''Nov. S "Check Your human: consumption," he says. J Helller, Mrs. Elmer DeWltt Mrs. Dotty, of Daytona Beach
S '1 Stoves and Chimneys," J. M. ---- J H. W. Munch, Mrs J. E. Stiner, spent a few days last week visiting >. /

." .Johnson. The war Is over but the home J Mrs. A. A. Hendry, Jr. and Mrs.. Mrs. Smlthfc parents, Mr. &
Thurs., Nov. 8 "Suggestionson vegetable garden Is being're-en ]Marjorie Buffln.Marlon and Mrs C. 0. Jacobs. r. AttendaijJ'< Duty
II on Buying Eggs," Clyde Dilx-! listed to fight for freedom, even Up grove entertained ". .. Mr. W. L Merritt and Mrs. Texaco Product f IMarfak Lubricttin |
I' I 1 gers; "Time \to; Plant Roses," O. as it was a potent warrior for I several' of her little girl friends 1 CsuUnl .pkoU.MR Jack Saunderson will go to St. I o Fireatonf'/ ire
I' I !1'. H. Blackmon victory. U. 8. Department of I at a party at her home on Sewall's AND MRS JAMES ELTON BROWN Petersburg Nov. 4-6 to the P-TA I o COLEMAN'S FIRE/TOME SERVICE I
I Agriculture garden leaders have I Point to celebrate her 8th
I. ,t Culling low-producing cows st a goal of $20,000.000 Freedom I birthday. After various games "Great Men of Florida" Is Convention P-TA.as delegates from Salerno n 229 Old Dixie HighwsK Acre* R. R. Tract{

I .4 feeding high producers more efficiently Gardens this winter and next i:Ice cream, cake, punch and candy Mrs. Rasmus Mortensen enter- 1// from Fire ne So! I IOClO
,: and making all possibleuse ; spring. I was served to Mary Ann Hl- '
of pasture, hay and home- Because home gardens can be I ller, Icie and Emma Erhart and Theme of'I; E.O.. :_ OClO ClO OCOOI
l;: l ,,; produced feed will help Florida grown in Florida this ;Jeanne Palmer. ProgramsMrs. 3 GROUPS TO MEET
!I I {" dairymen come through thee these! national leaders wlnter'j Mrs Lewis Gamble was hostess I IN PALM CITY
) + tq ;i present worldwide this State I lead I to her bridge club : ) '" DINE J d DANCE" J
I t iM1 shortage 01 Ing to to Tuesdayiwrnwn '
"'" I at oeymours_ !.nn. : J."E, Taylor was hostess rATHOl-. .- ----ir- -Pr-:'PJ..-:'-CIT:. .a.T. -_,_ .UD"....... .n.. "n" .nevw".......... ,
.;." $ Three tables were in- play and to Chapter P of-the P. j B. O. Sisterhood SKATING RINK NETS The home demonstration club '
a! #' i\ 'i'I Now Under Personal Supervision of prizes for high score were won Oct, 20 at her riverfront PROFIT FOR CHURCH will meet next Monday at the ATC

I ,, EARL B. DUGANJ by Mrs, C.H. Alderman and Mrs. home on Atlanta Ave, MrI. F. home of Mrs O. B. CadweU with
i S >, Owner Adolph Hertal. After the game W. Loy, vict-presldeni, presided \ The b. neIi games party Mrs. Paul A.DeVlllbes as co-host SEYM INN T TTAST ;
I" i' I pie and coffee were served. Those at the biBlness session In the staged Tuesday night at the ess. The demonstration will be / URNS:

ST. LUCIE (BARLine playing were Mrs. R. 8. Robertson absence of Mrs. L. O. Klckllter,, skating rink by the St. Joseph on home-made Christmas gifts
.,( Miss Elizabeth Robertson, president. The program for the Ladles Society of the Catholic with Mr.. LaVern Van Neu In DELICIOUS fODrinkBeer.on'
I ''I) > ST. LUCIE REST AU NT Mrs. E. J. Ward,'Mrs. T. R. lId year with the theme, "Great Church was declared I a financialsuccess charge. Mrs. Cadwell will give "
1 \tT I li, LU CHEO\\\ AND DINN lien, Mrs. C. Day, Mrs. Laura Men of Florida," were discussed although complete returns a suggestion on Christmas cook-' Mixe Drift
\ '. UNDER suPuevtslos 01' AND Ta1MAal Howard Miss Georgia Turner, and the yearbooks were presented from ticket sales have notbeen ery. All members are urged to I SOLOlOXand '
Mrs. 'Alderman made. It thought the be present and who I HEAR ENE ON THE
: OPEN SUNDAYS Betty Mrs. Lane to the members. Mrs was any would
j II l Line of Choite LIQUO WINES Jennings and Mrs. Gamble.Mr 1 Evans Crary, who devoted much profit would run well over $100 like to join are invited to come. SEAFOOD
and Mrs. Fred Prentlss of time in research work for the for the purchase of rugs Zoo the The Ladles Aid Society will S
: and CORDIA S West Palm Beach were guests I programs while In Tallahassee new 4th St. church. met Wednesday morning at 10 SPECIALTY

',I I _ Sunday of Mr, and Mrs. C. H. was commended for her work. I Mrs. Charles Beyers, Jr. who, for a covered dish luncheon and OUR ; TY
I I ===:IOClO-. .70G0 OClOC- =::=OCl o I Alderman. Mrs. Earl i. Rlcou, In'charge with her husband, donated the to sew for a bazaar to be held in Jensen Beach | SEYMO R GIDEON |
.,, : Mrs. Ernest L. Rlcou and I of the evening program used as rink for the affair acted as general the near future. A business I
I Owner
.."f 0 D daughters, Ernie and Mollie, of her subject an early railroad chairman. She was assisted meeting will be held at t p.m '
0 0. S a Stuart were guests Sunday of builder, David Levy Yulee, who by Mrs; H. B, Rains and Mr; A Stanley Products demon I -A
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heaton and was responsible for the first and Mrs*Harold Rosbury u refreshment Wltham a* hostess. Mrs. J, R. r
: family committee; Mrs. Joe Troxel will be in charge ,
railroad and
a -
ii LawnmodLOert Service of Internal systematic Improvements Hitch and Mrs. Richard Springer I stratlon will be held at 1:30: p.m.
Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Bennett
of !in Florida. Yulee decorations and door prizes, I tomorrow 'at the horns of Mrs Enjoy ours
c I '11 Spartanburg, 8. C., returned last frjm and Miss Angela Perko, ticket Steve Blasco with Mrs. Ross
:, territorial
was a
1 0 0 to their winter home In MOOSE LODGE HOLDS Mrs. Anna B. Day returned DRIN
THE IDEAL LAWNMOWER MACHINE St. Lucie Estates after Florida' to Congress and was FAVORITJ
1 0 spending HALLOWEEN DANCE: home this week after a vacation t*
I for
largely responsible the admission
o o the summer In South Carolina. The Stuart Moose 1240 trip of seven week p Fro ice
} t'j I have several vcond Boned mowers of Florida to Statehood Lodge visiting relatives

111l'4' d at t rear iablessBrices Mr and Mrs. Harry Swingle- in 1845. He subsequently' served suffered benefit Halloween a financial loss on the '
dance at
t the "
111 u U. 8. Senator from 1845 to w
S CLOSED SATURDAYS hurst are back at their Rio Log Cabin Saturday, according to METHODIST MEN R
; 1851 and again from 1855 to
"Seahorse" B
estate after
a summer :Walter Rein
1861. His activities member TO HOLD SERVICE :
OF' Js. vacation t.j
in the New
fa I t SHOP AT REAR 63 CAMDEN AVE. 0D land States. Eng his career give him a prominent and lodge secretary. A five- -

A j ST 0I place in the history of Florida piece orchestra from West Palm ,A spsclal service with the men tl; *reparei By
l I 8. oCl8 a large number of plots produc- and are of much interest to Beach played for a small but of the church In charge will be
4l I : oooao oc.oc=::= enthusiastic group until the early
-' ing fresh vegetables for food. Florida' citizens. held at the Methodist Church at
: During the last years' of the war, Following the program the morning hours. James Merri- 7:30: p.m Sunday with W. A ommlTASTY |
1 Ih it was estimated that'Vlctory hostess served refreshments to man, Carl Heath, W. E. Wheelerand Smith presiding Harris Lowery,
1 Gardens provided 40 per cent of 14 members. The meeting Tues Donald Outcolt served on Jr., Henry Kindred and Kenneth .
PHILCOARADIOSFor the fresh vegetables used on day will be at the home of Mrs. the committee with Rein. Mrs Stlmmeli will speak and DEpciqJf WICHF
American tables Heath was in charge of refresh several numbers SAND
Freedom_Oar- R I. Taylor.on Overlook Dr. Mrs. will be presented -
dens are expected to do equally j Loy will have charge of the pro.nam. ments. by the male quartet of which I Dycingv
as well .. Joe Phllp is in charge. STOPTOMMY'S
1 + ----- SOUTH
Everyone Rev. W. O. Aldridge; pas
te't' UP tor of the church will begin a /
'A s ( even-month area of BAR
For Evev Us sermonson
I YI u 1 -. Jacksonville, Oct. JO.-The the general theme of "A
Beautify Your Floors Unexpectedly early comeback In Christ-Centered Church" Sunday
Ev rywhlre of Stuart
State motor vehicle registrations with his first sermon at the 12 South
which declined substantially 10:48 ttM D SUNDAYS TILL DEC. ISO.
I : am. service to be based MLId1
,.*. Hlitw I L"nw a 5. i M
during the ,
WithASPHALT" war was viewed 'on "Christ and The Forerunner"
by the Florida Petroleum Indus- r
SEE TH NEW MODELS tries Committee' as providing

additional funds for'road construction ,
I A HEARTH NEW P GRAMS TILE, and maintenance above

the amounts already available

In a statement Issued here O .L
COMFT ABLE, RESILIENTf, Olen P. Woodard, Jr. executive .

t'h EAS |T TO KEEP &'EAN secretary of the committee, said +
1 that, according to figure! released
i Radio Million\* of Dollars by the U. 8. Public Raids ''j
BringfYou Asphalt TU { nnlHd installation .'
Administration In Washington,
l ModernBedrcbm,
1 Worth of Free; EntertainmentPHILC. e Rubber Tile'Cork Personalized Floors estimated Florida motor vehiclereglstratlons'

Tile on Request for 1M7 will run
Sheet Rabbe 153 per cent above last year I
,,: Inlaid. Linole CALL 799 when the number of vehicles lliDinTI
Living an9 'bath with.tuhroom. nd hovrer.rage. .
Felt Base LiD lead. Fort Pierce registered reached 597,087 The room (
Bring!You the Best In Rfcio Broadfelt PRA placed this year's estimate KJtcMk. Laundry and G Beautiful Ta !

Broadloom}( For Free EstimatesGuaranteed at 681,450 vehicles, which Is even .
: Door Mats 26.2 per cent higher than 1M1, Floor, and jfttture*. I v'
Rush N Work the pre-war peak year. .

HUTTO : AeeessorieeMir OUTPUT RECORD SET 4 J.E. Appliance Avail Me if Needed ;
Cabinet Experienced A new Florida record was made w
\ Men last year In the production of e,* Cloce-m Coma Ot'I' ;
RADIO and APPLIAN CO. 005,511 long tons of phosphate I

k i IF IFS ELECTRICAL WE HAVE channels which moved slue Into"at the consumer mines :
Phone 302 GRIFFIN I COVERINGS stood at Hl.017,174. the research .

202 OsceoU Av. StiUVj, FU. and Industrial division! of the REALTORS

Opposite Fir. Station BOO S. Dixie Fort Pierce Phone 794ti. I Florida stated State Chamber of Com- }DEHON) BLDC. pN0
mere yesterday in .It* ; .A
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NEWS and Happenings, of the WEEK IN STUART SSJ: :,Wednesday reach Office Society the Phone Editor newspaper 300 I 11

e 8 AD.\nS\ RETURNS :TO MRS.MAKE C. H HOME SUMMERS HERE J. a MCDONALD FETED R. Hooters of pompano Is serving Mr and Mri L L? Halbach of Dr. and Mrs. Hollis t: potterof L. 0. Bryant of Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs Ralph Hartman, : "

Cornelia Adam has reed Mrs. C. H. ON I6TH BIRTHDAY as relief agent at the Florida Vero Beach were week-end Chicago are expected at the was the Sunday dinner guest of Jr., and daughters, Kay and Ks-: ';

1T J.t to her West 4th St. home this week Summers arrived >J. B McDonald was honoredon East Coast Railway station here guests of their'daughter's family Atlantic Court Apt. this week Mr and Mrs Earl TIllman at ren, were visitors In Miami. !Itt 11
15-week vacation, SheI from California to his 86th birthday Tuesday while R. E, :McPherson I II on. annual Mr. and Mrs T4 Chambers: for another winter season here. their Osceola. Ave. /)t. Tuesday. "
a make her home In Stuart at the night at a dinner party given by leave: He Is a guest at the at Hobe Sound Dr. Potter Is an Internationallymown J
Ij I t tin Drat five week In Day- Methodist Church ,property at Mr, and Mrs. Harris Lowery at St. Lucie Hotel. McPherson left --t.- radiologist.-being co-In- :fllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIMIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllHI. !{

Beach, the guest of MMamiler the corner of East!: 3rd St. and their horn on West 4th St. McDonald Oct. 10 and returned Tuesday.He Roman J. Irwin Jute winnerof ventor of the Bucky-Potter dla- 1
t <. ; the next fives U 8.1' Her came to Stuart from :Muskogee spent' part of his vacation the sweepstakes of the Na- phram, for x-ray machines-and I ,"
who died The "r
husbands of
U with her mister In Buffalo two yean ago, was I Okla., 3&, year ago next :,with his' sinter's family In Jack tional Carnation Show left Fri- I. part-owner of the Atlantic Manager \
a then went to her former month and was first Superln- sonville. I day night for New York City and Court. Mrs. Potter Is a leader In
treasurer bt the Board of Mis- tendent of Public Instruction ,- the = 'i"I I t
Boston. He will be gone several women' political-organizations -
4u )III Illinois for five ,week dons of the Florida! Methodist when the county was created. Mr and Mrs. John Dunscombe' weeks while calling on his growers of the Windy City. Theyare I BESS HARDWARE CO. ,. ,, :
4a Adams it a retired school Conference far 22 year and the(Mrs Lowery began her 21-year of Fort Lauderdale were weekend i and arranging for his annual members of the Snug Harbor !
her of the Illinois system couple devoted their lives teaching career her during his guests of his parents Mr. exhibit# He also will attend the yachting group. '
a while there was the guest to administration and the get-to, and Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe, of: National: Carnation Convention AYS I'I'I' !
) building Methodism throughoutthe gether of the two families In- St. Lucia Estates. while away. Irwin Is a bulb importer I > : I :
'Tj student at EyanstoaMary Mr. and
j former State. Since hu death Mrs. cluded many remlnescenoes of 19- J and exporter of interna- Carl Braden Of III'
5a Porter of Palm City, Summon has been living with nearly a quarter of century In Mr and Mrs. Guy Payn of' tional note whose St. Lucie Line the' Atlanta office of the Long-have = It' Time Now lo Settle Ytfur Heating = "

lives with )her as a com her mother In California but re- Stuart. Others seated at the lit North Dixie, West Palma Estates horns here Is one of'the taken Telephone an apartment Company at the Holl- Problem. Consult ffur Staff = p.1
pn since the Impairment of t.b l I. were Mr. McDonald'sdaughter's spent their honeymoonat show, of the pity, ,
turned .
Florida to for
be near her eran the season. He Is district i
family, Mr. and Mrs Royal folnclana Cottages at yr- See Ou|Mer 'j''
4d Won, has returned to Stu- children. .She has In'Ml representative lot the andise.g '
4Y a son
i make her home. again with ami and another In Sheffield-, Mr.Ralph and Hartman.Mrs. Harris and LoweJr.IOn Brady,; Jensen Beach.-a- Mrs. H. DeJaager of 164 Cleve.land Southeastern States and win i l iJ 'I'IEXC1.USIVE'DI t tf

4 Adams. Ala. and children, Harris III and Gay, Pharmacist Jack Brown of the York to Avej join left her Friday husband.for They New supervising make Btuart construction headquarters work while ol E / BUTORS FOR oj i il !.f'f'DUo.TIIERM

and and Mr.son,and David.A Mrs.. Glenn DeBsrry Stuart Drug Company returned will drive back together the last the company In South Florida SPAC| :AND WATER HEATERS i. Ii. :
Saturday from a two-week'nca- of next montlThh Is a'e f
Ve Sell the. Best" ..t.I.I"We beautiful, lighted birthday tion In Tennessee and Arkansas.Mrs. Mrs DeJaager's second trip to -' "More Heal, f I I Every Drop of Oil" _a '
the (Rut"Phone cake centered the table and Brown and little son remained David Woodbury and. Gaston "
New within the
England past Other .
= StylesPerfe ''e Electric by =
birthday Glass of the
greeting songs were for a more 'extended Sunray Shutter >
two months. =
STROMBERCARLSON sung during the hour. visit with her brother In Vicksburg .. Corporation of Fort Lauderdale'. n Rergair .. li'l i
Miss. The family visited ?Mr. and'-r.7:Mrs: R. 0 Judsonof spent Monday and Tuesday with,, E Flor ce 1 Kord 1 I'
> Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Armor while = Co e S''
MISS MARGARET COTl'ONAFTER In-Memphis where they were an Electromode
adios & Radib East Sth St. drove to Miami ,
Phonographs HIKE: z| YEARS guests of Mrs. Brown's uncle and last Thursday, returning home enjoying sport fishing In the __ S oil I Markel !: f
Miss Margaret Cotton of aunt and of his sister and then Gulf Stream. ,\
much Improved =
Friday. He Is reported .i. 1
j Greensboro, N. C., accompanied spent 10 days with his motherIn after a recent Illness I''
by hr friend,. Miss Maude L. -Luxora, Ark. On the return Turner Willis, West Palm i
is -
I BROS. I I guests during at of the Fayettevllle St. Lucle,Hotel N. C..this are outstanding trip the Stuart drugstores druggist for visited.new Mrs. Jerry Defoe and"caby son Beach struction representative Equipment of Company the Con,:1 I BE6 HARD ARE co.'l=' t't'd ;

l7 ttceola Are. 209STUART ,week, while visiting Mrs. J. B.: suggestions for the local store Jerry Jr.last, of Coral Gables and wen FrI- which makes oil heaters an i == arV !rill:! a
guests Thursday 38
Taylor and other friends of 33 and Friday night attended the similar devices, was In Stuarl! -
of her brother and,wife, Mr.
I years ago. This Is her first visit formal opening of a new Rexall day and Mrs.L.C.Clements of North I Friday In connection with Installations : 's BOX STUART"giiiiiiiiiflmiiiiiiiiii '
In 20 years and she U enthusiastic store in Jacksonville, "After Stuart. I here. : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiif! :! :
over this growth and Improvements comparing our newly modern- --- --
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1 1 Ihternatioiial Sterling of community Miss ized setup with city stores I decided t h ,
Mrs. K. Matherson has
Cotton first came to Stuart with we are pretty much on the M. ,
I I Bulov J Watches I her mother, a professional designer ball In Stuart," he said. written from Robblnsvllle, N. J.,,
that she expects to arrive In Stuart
to make the wedding s -
I Ktep ake and Woods Art Carved wardrobe for Mrs. Taylor, then Among Stuart football fans with her family. Monday RKLESS' WASHDAY '" :
'Viamonds anil-Wedding Miss Josephine Kltchlng, and who went to Fort Pierce Saturday ( r
I Rings also the gowns for the wedding night to the OkeechobeeFort Mr. and Mri. Ben Fox have I
attendants Pierce veterans' opening sent word from Buzzards Bay, WITH A BINDIX AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY I

C.E. WALKER game were Jack Coleman, Webs- Mass., that they expect to return Bendli does the .
ST. LUCIE HOTEL GUESTS ter Ordway Albert Shrlgley Mr. this week to their winter You imply I setJYou a du ,-sdd;; hates seep-la all water by Itself You your don't even have: to "

I Je elers 1 Quests at the St. Lucia Hotel and Mrs. Jerry Smith, Miss Jerry home en the St Lucie River In / at home.neverituy A-put, your v.if the Bondb..u,,"". rinses three time I '
I CEOUVVE. I this week Include Mr. and Mrs Ann Smith, Fred Rein, Mr. and St. Lucie Estates. They have damp drya,clotheaUtLOTHES..HOT- ahuU itaejf eEl n
Jr. R. W. at their New
J. N. Pierce of Lexington, Ky., Mrs. Ralph Hartman spent the summer "
Jack ,Hartman, Miss Benacre.AWNINGS. (
. and Hobe Sound; Mr. and Mrs Hartman. England home,
Fldele Koenig, Bomfort, Conn.; Auriel Oberhaus, Mr. and Mrs. { I
Ransom TIlton, Huber Speedy SAVE "
H. 8. D'Ambroglo Miss Maude
L. During of Fayetteville; N. C., Charles! Titus, Paul Hardwlck i
WELLN and Miss Margaret Cotton of Billy Smith, Walter Rein Jr., ., i '
and Warren For /LIFTING :
I ,Greensboro N. C. Jerry Snipes SOAP. ;'
rest Fergusort and Pete Robert- In Canvas ,' i i'I
Ills Dr led Cleaned Etc. sod. Anyth g .. WITH 4 fAMp/IS IINDIX fEATURES .a. )
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a GROUP Esti stes Gladly twisting! TheUluliI t
| Have Your f'ork lone By A Licensed Driller I REPORTS NEW MEMBERSThe Alex Dellck_of.Broadway;_ staff Divert mho.hI Waier.&ver Action washes?yunder4ij KorthA.60 r .ndo y.-raJlono no dothoo.boiatinrl agitator...hot no...t..r-! And....1Ja.nd.1081'1.) ,. '1""I. 7t,: I I
Hospital Auxiliary met Artist for Zack Mosley left Sat- ; I II
'Pr doaiJr wash.
apt Service Monday night at the Nurses urday for Pennsylvania to Join V1ITH mean i i sweeter ,I d AI I

hone 107-X-J 1 310 East Fourth St. home with Mrs. Carroll Duns his wife and daughter Barbara A ING COlf jli
combe, president In charge Seventeen who have been visiting her rela" 1-
HALES MAYES new memberships were lives for three months. After rl Pierce.ZJ-Vf ES YOU i 1I:, : \
1510 A .R. Ph ,
4 turned In by campaign worker a two-week vacation Dellck will I I
from over the :county and Mra return with his family. J '! '
Dunscombe stated what the annual -- WOR LESS WASHDAYS
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continue until solicitation Is You'll a s tom rte washing with no-one working at ant No spilled ; ,
TED completed by, workers in the avatar, o e y washday odors. No tubs to empty or fill. The '
; various communities.The a v a so compart it's s smart addition t kitchen or 'I
r women of the Palm City laundrN to shove it around or put a way IBENDOC
pryohr to Know % |ere They Can, Buy Garden
I tery, Bird Jidials Vases Church volunteered to take @
fl Baths, f Urns, Hanging
BaikAsI charge of the sewing for the
Flower Pols. See Us For Tula
hospital during the months of

PALM aw LOG CABIN I is November done In and the December.Red Cross Work pro- Halloween Pe t

and all women ,
duction rooms ,
II I First(! Turn to RigB After Crossing Bridge) are Invited to participate In the Delicious Altar ...

G. F. BLAUVELT hospital-aid service. auto ma ic ..
Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll pi llllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIII! Mr, and Mr!. Sam H. Austin ICE CR ....

and son, Henry and daughter. Home l unc'ry vim M
Alleine returned Monday to If N {
their home In Casa Terrace. Norris, Whitman's d ( ties IIII
re They left last week for Norfolk, } : kA
Sell l'l
dhd Repair Va, to attend the marriage of CAN ES DOES 1 ALL YHEWOKK 1 1:'
Mr Austin's brother Naval Lt;..
I 1AYTAG \YASiraVG MACHINES Erie H. Austin to Miss Flora .4 ilIt

Waller Old Saturday. Sam was Re ,

ill best bridal man couple for his will brother.make their The f. j Your FavoritijrUrink or nd. M
We Sell Service ;
{ home fn Washington. D. C., wlch atJFJur Moden The Bender wAua clothes super clean j'

MYERSliVlMPS where the lieutenant Is stationed So dr Fountain rinses three tiJU-changes Its own water M ,. !

1 damp drya cljlies-cleans ttaclf-shuts i itat a
and carry a porn||et%line; of parts t. /
Dr W F. Clagett, retired .. The: t Complete one I off! See It f yourself-the easiest washday\
Ocean City N. J., physician, and on earth! "We only automatic washer that's
Y See FNIWAY Mrs. Clagett have arrived In Kg! C SMETICS 'itJ1f, been pert Wing these washday miracles for
Stuart to spend theseaeon. They ;:"oaoI* yin Martin County 1 ai*'
have leased the J. M. philp garage nine whiiC yearst There's no question about v Y

DIOlAL UNITS apartment In Eldorado Prescriptions ompounded by 'Re& stere- < Druglsta the Bennx. It's been proved in ass

Heights. .... .... 1'1 Duty At All Times Cong in for a Demonstration Nowt $25 .50 ,.

Mrs. Charles R. Greenlees and THE REXALL STORE

I I EGERSTR\M'S\) son and and Mrs.home Joseph daughter-in-law Tuesday Greenlees morning, Mr.returned ir {UUrl DUDD nDl P. H LL"S ELECTRIC' SERVICE l f I

All Kinds of Machine IVork. Vlumbing from a week's motor trip to PHONE 11 .
Lawrence, Kas.They went to attend St. Ave. Stu rt, ('la. OFFICE ARCADE \ \
11S8-J-3 I JenVn Beach, tla. the funeral of J. R. Green- II POVT PHONE 13 ',4: !

lees 85, who died there Oct. 18. .

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IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIllllllllll I J SOLUTION OP LAST WEEKS PUZZLE: 'wIth.....Ioa.tko Plum of tko SoMlfloalkMi. State Road. and Doaart.awat. Saootar. = 1I'"t:=' : .. -. .
: FOR SALE 1 l .. ::: ? : :
STEP A PIN PTACarnivalParadeStartsAt Haorial ,. .. ::
SALE Have sortie new C d P we HO..L.O. 1t0 'hkod Uo* of. : '; :: : :::' : .
rosswar u
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Cfl33IFI'EDBATES l lf I Wisconsin hifhrtension air-cooled n4,jengineswith .nuU ii. B I T71' > iljeu" i HN"AC..OII 6 P. M. On Athletic FieldThe tko..._._.... '::: .; :
:::1'' : ,stationery Fine for that engine small. Ralph boat I'lm-er- Ir.; .. 01.:u,5.go.stOa O.n'' PAGI..IIIIr'! Ii 0 iii TLPoo4l.h T"Y"p s T Ii.n I ILEa.tdI off rind... FOR, "

.."'. "WA pOll AD" ,... tOla, .
er Motor Co tr three divisIons ....
annual Halloween festl- given to : preschool .
I A. I. lIal...... :Luun:::\ PALAIOP4 T OLOIYlLpionoO ...... .... .
):\ ; ie PER WORD ORDINARY FOR SALE:"'Thru I braAd new,:,,, ooi.mu,4 ARRC.A; T P41LMI' cal of the Stuart Parent-Teach- age group elementarygrade h. .... .
I children and high school .. ... : :. -
""" 40. en' Association will begin at tl. :
: MINIMUM ISo FOR 11 still In the crates, air-cooled A wgaT' FO IIIt NSA Iis. ,
'i "" 'U hid.
) : this afternoon with costumed entries The school band In hobo .
Lauson 41, CubS I a 1_ and
WORDS, So PE5 WORD CAPITALS 4-cycle oulbArd mo Copy I 0 Ii V .
.. Out and.out at achool athletic will lead the grand .be ... .
parade the high regalia on
t \ MINIMUM aGe FOR 17 Ours See us today f alph Ulmer -- :::.: :t Color CARVR !' i STI A .Is _.... : '. :
\ MORDS.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIMIIIIM. Motor C I tt- 17. Co."d 47 Look K.adllr A n I .A.Ii T A iii T 0 u TlL field. The sponsoring room march. : : I :
A" M. Babrlonlaajtodd.a mother announced that the I Immediately following the ; :
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.I' ; WE 1IA1E seat covri for.U 1.. 11..11I. .. II KhHoi, busS> L. .A Ii: TIIIIII";( I III' 3li.CssS'etad hour was changed from 1:30: and parade activities will transfer to :: :

APARTMENTS FOR RENT makes of cars. Rajbn coven jpoach. t4$5,5ooI000ur: Chilli the line of march from downtown the Log<< Cabin where room mothers f akllak l : : ,

j', ;' ,IMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIKATLANTIC for sedans, Invalid' a22.5.. tl "k>w... Icunrlvor to the field because the of every grade have arranged 1 ,
Ralph rimer Motof Co. tf- 14. 'Till.r,( a monk M Hr.nl large number of pre-< .
14. -.. ." II. EnaraTHIrltb: I Allow I" sCIuasse ,;
: STREt: ntS ID Oooraud acid. 4$. Villa** apalloi. .bare who are planning to enter and a variety of carnival concessions '
ii VED 5is1on.I
; shipment ... Boforo.S4. costume for IS from apple bobbing .
/ competition os-I. .
If Iir rr- / r L ""
of that famous Wilson Toomer r"I Othoott .
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I I t I [ ul. PumssukosI prize i to the traditional house of ,

Fertiliser Ralph timer Motor 43- :; iostrocsse Hundreds. of young elves and horrors. This is an event the entire }1-: :; I ..
.iij Pl 7! ST1i '!1 1I Co. Oct. 23 39. No". I, 13 A I I DOWN goblin and witches will parade enjoy There will I ; : .
family can '
I 'II' I-- 1-.. .", >slab> of S'Cotut
tn.a m .. RI a BARGAINS ; ; I I. 1 f!"'.... ..1..UneL before a Judging committee to be no admission charge Fro* ,
I \. Roberts: etEk1earh. I ...... ._un'I. Tie for the prettiest! the funniest : :...01. ; ':

:!: g'p !! m .m n.I M."haU.'e.pe !: I., 0 t ...::il_ and the most original makeups ceeds will provide the entire an. t" ..... 1 \ ,

: Britannia Mews I -. I. \Reoewose: Two prIzes for each of these nual budget for the assocIation'swork .0150'. 4... .
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IM editor !
Du Nouy- Huns>n Destiny, ; .18 A'f It th.* t*. '
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:' Scott! Story of ;So. Murphy. .. I" LEGION CONSIDERS ..... ?:
Iin .. 1-1' 4 IS 10. CIbans OI.oIeaI .1 : : :::r :: t
I' STUART FLORIDA l ; s. : : : ::: ;::; : ; .
II. lomo potable
I d Newly Decorated, Fully Equipped H 30 Nov. .. ,"-"- I.J1 ... Dra.llall' ....,.. I. '
,, \ Houwkefpint Apartments jarage J J lilt I :t t":" Thursday ;nights;; meeting of ... Ad of : '
) FOR SALE-Double doors a .. Op 105 Aat : :; :
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I'' 'I., Weekly or Seasonal Rates With stout hingesliliTlllllliiliTillllimii See or write '1 j4 I&, Br:: :: DAMAGE 'LIGHT Harold Johns Post 82, American I.110_o..tlos...1. ,. : ::

., ', W. T. PAG IT. Mcr Charles Dirr, Stxrt. 30 r- KlnaotfmekII : Legion, was centered on discussion r., ........ .. ..
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; Telephone 152 : pwaonamrII I A 'h.
'. 1 i i l l llIIllliIIIIllllli l Rll.YlOl.aUr of the start of an intensive .41w... .. .
: A f IHIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIMllilllllllllllllllllTliliFOR, i FORliliiiliiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii R T V I- 1 U. Orula COMPARATIVELY'Johnson 04,5w' : : '
( A membership drive of which R. rOsid-". ;

: ', SALEiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiiii 11111111111111111I1 I $4flM- : It Kndof 1 rabb* S.. Mlnnehan is chairman The ..... : :
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(i. Pl.unt
FOR RENTI FIooi sanding machIne *
Climb housing and building committees Tons lbs I
""r, and edj er Refinish ., 4L gmall.1'41' Feels Martin Fortunate reported final renovations N.w.. I...
A FOR SALE 40-acre farm In floors at I 0: Klwla .
your nable rates.
I Area's of the East 8th St. headquarters ..
1, -I--- M. Olva war Among post's I ntis
Lake tlilknty, near Tararei I Phone 10S, tnirt Hardwarett ; : I '" ,_- U Pnaaso Countiea may be completed .h. (I. .
county (%seat With S-room Co. RrawaB duos .
aa(1aIIIIMIIIIIIIItllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIMIII shortly at which time Commander { "
house: !Immediate poss .slon. A (O7 i it: .. "Martin consider Id.11o.t .. .
21 good citrus land A FOR RENT: Whining' type lawnmower l .-. -. -. -. .a. 8o. .UloaII County can Harris Lowery, Jr. is .._. .. '

by bulldozer I by houjf or day See Itself! fortunate! among the counties planning a formal opening In.aInt.. bold. .

I Henry KJndr Stuart Hard- In South .Florida with regards -: The next meeting will be Nov. sopIlInt 01 [ ,

"" GoodA I tare Co. Pho rje 10S tf FEMALE HELP WANTED I State Board to flood 14 and attendance of all members Po..... U. .
<< Write HI.iiniiiiiiiiir.iiu! ::"iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH' damage, County 1. It.'
U Lowery
requested I
urgently ....
acreljjf Box 96. Jupiter. NICE DOUBLE ;1mu now avail- WANTED "- Position as housekeeper Agent L M. Johnson asserted at laid.WILLIAM. iOUSO 044w.. . .. ,

Oct 30. Nov. 6 able new I f, niture Holly. Experienced: : I Reference Aids In Pest the weekly noon meeting of Kl- .n'0nlolu..oselt o.t. I 5S "

I ----- ,I wood beds, I li4erzpring mat- furnished Will sleep In j .h. ....k. I..a ,
FOR Royal standard I waifs at the Woman's Club Friday F. CHART .... .
t excellent condition tresses. Rate Jrom $10 weekly -J or -dt.t Box p, Stuart New "This county actually came MADE CADET CORPORALA ..,..... ."
and up 'x Hotel, Fed- I tr Control Here .0000.. .. .
t. cover and new I :
In good alo"
I j' typeulter ribbon. 175 Shaw i A I crab Highway t bridge. tf HELP 0NT1J2 for soda through comparatively Stuart boy William .T Cra. ",-'Ioa .
r Ji!' Majestio l A|>U, 301 North Colorado -I IllllllllllllllllllllllLOST& IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII fountail' abort hours our good condition and now except in ry son of State Senator and Mrs. ..U... .1... : :

I rel 30EiiSft. '-' FOUND pay. !R\le !isr female. Stuart Prompt assistance with peat few Isolated cases the water has Evans Crary has been made a r r. .' ;
;; ; ;;
d, 'I Drug Co.\jf tf control within the City of Stuart receded nearly to normalcy" cadet corporal in the militaryunit udv' 45.. .
Glidrh-;;; I iiiiiiiiiiimMimii
FOR iiliilllilllllililll was received here last week of the Belles School Jacksonville 5,440,5"" l .

.1 J trailer, good| condition See GL. .I LOST-Reel wit 300 feet of line 11111I11I1111111I11\|1111111111111111I11I11I11IN from the State Department of Johnson reported. Maj.] DeWitt E. Hooker, .0k..... owl 01 .. :: : ':

II f EdenHrll I. 301 S. Albany In chamois t g last Monday ICES Health which sent two men and The agricultural agent also superintendent recently an- so. .. thus I ,, ,

Afe. I tf mornIng In d ntown district 1111111I1111111111 111I11111111111I111111" A trucks to spray with DDT solutions reported on the 1'- ount1 flood nounced. ... 11I1. . .
Reward S10 Apartment 203, control meeting In Okeechobee toi ory : :
sectors still underwater amothers
I 'tns
"if FOR SALE- Coconut p I.--;; ; SI; :- France AptiillllMllllllimilllli. 30 LOT NEAt lAlDCE ON IN-. which had been flooded, recently and the Martin County LEGAL ADYLO assENT c0.-pu.'...,.... 1ft ,

Hose ApplA. Jl, sa.. palms, I i mllllnlllllllllllll1WA DUN RlVlR: rftlVE: IN JEN. previously meeting at the court house last NOTICE OF ,INTENTIil\0 REGISTER uwl5lo.10.5, tOn. .

date. palm* sesbanial SEN BEttllWHAT week at which It was felt unanimously FICTITIOUS 0Noti.O md05t0 :. !
| TED tILL LEASE. The department I sent one Indorahraed .... .... .. ..
(1\\ planVs. i. kroikr K .5 500 as. .
( papaya J I. plant"j. l III YOlV PROPOSI- truck from which the spraying that Martin County aador tko |>f.viIrr of Chsp. .. pd-4, .. .. : : :, : :: "
j: ,I Albany Ave\ tllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliui TION. AffilTE *X X2 TIlEITVAR' !: should take whatever steps arenocelllU'J Tom, Laor. of Irk AvIs .1 ....... ... :
was done and another to trans .
II WANTED: Mai or woman pre- ; 1111 will nsl.lor "Ilk thl Ck-rk of 10 .....
I i' .*NEWS to assure its being Included Iko Clnrull Coart I ijaad (W Narlla 1 ,
FOR SALE Limber port supplies The spraying with
Ifo ; sheeting Rentable mce, for door .
I app In control work that Cssotr. rs.iu. oe
.' j ] 'li 160.Ot per ousand. Several to door wor In conjunctionwith Oct, t, ISfii! 30 ,I hand and motor pumps was done any of aufcllratloa of tk I aotte., tkr flrll. spus .. .. i
be in this I
-- ---- -- may accomplished .
Uootswft .
I.: #' thousand fret i 2x8 IsO; labS National Home Improve'mcnt NOTICE: 'Jt" SclenTlflit Sweedlsh I j{ Wednesday, Thursday and 1"c section of the State. .. RIVERSIDE CulvA CROVESuador tOl ISKAL.101k "
f and bIZ, rile for rebuilding Serviceafealafy and Commission llrrkrd i I day after John Ash and 1 wklek, I will /man la katlanlkavlnv ITHI: :
Mansajt Masseuse
I A By Thurman arrived Johnson felt a singular asset air p.tn.ls! ,.f Is.o .| aunloM. /IN, .... .
dock and Tuesday to
Jialkhendi. See I Splondid Opportunity put side call, Marie: I la Mortta Couatr I FloHdai tka tko
j resulting from the high waters .
Arthur Debuts Dehon Bide Call 2448 Vclo Beach : write mark areas to be sprayed and pun Intorouod la I..I4 b.l,,.. la E
If Phone II er Shiffer (.ftox 1321. determine what solutions shouU was the county eastern end becoming I. Rkooon of M.J In Coaalr VwMa.. ;: : : : ; ':
1 i itii tf Box 27T i1 1 I Ikot
if Oct. 9, 1 lit 23, 30.NOTICEc imbued wit ha greater ik.ra oro ao I ikor poroona lator.oilod '
------ be used on each la Mid tool!,|-... IN'THE
: FOR SALE: ", five roombungalow WANTED; Gilt, equipment and b- realization of the value bf he asotocu.LEGAl. NINTH I
The action secured thru .
To I
was i'J
not ,,
our r R OcS. 55, Hoe. S. : moo" ;
furniture foe Nub house. Contact
j $3,OM cash balance western half;
friesda eturnlnr to S art. We :: the combined efforts of David IN Aus00d's'
I'J A like rent Tots price $6.000 Martin Bounty Golf and Johnson's guest at the m All raTiscocs?
stil B. Lee chief
l tf I are )n business r ardles'lfur A sanitary engineer C:. W.
Theodore Dehoil Je Son CountryJCIul log was' B. E.: Lawton agrlcu'
Dehon ruc5rs being ci 1 lated In Jacksonville for the department 501Kg OP IsSolijyloN or .
Bldg Phone 011 tf-A HELP WANrtD'To: Prevent \ tural agent for Broward O>un pAa0.55111 l
Is and Robert L .
phone still 111. Oh r new Quick, NOTICEI. Is, rl.c. (151 tO. CAnS. |
t Accidents I Come to Ralph A ty, who reported the high wate met. |
fOR SALE ln4erno;, 4-room I location France Aparwnents A I sanitary engineer for the South
Elmer: Mot r Co. for wheel damage In his sector was 'three< G'tveo 00.0w... of O.Isro, Illds. A
: apartment garde. Ash house, annex No. I. ChrlstophenElee- I I east Florida Health DIstrict. .,d 0. PIwO .1 ant, rt.to., d..lo : :: : I '
,j completely equ ped. Boat A and tire .Ii nment. They will trio Shop \ tf City Manager L B. Runt said or four times greater" than that ';;;II-' Toe <

',' storage shed Coty storage unit I help you prevent that accl- -. -_. his request for assistance took caused by the two recent hurricanes. 1'OUNOF SON a NLAg Olobo .KOHtRT....w.. ,
for dest J if He cited particularly i' O0' dI-.oIoS dnd or ;:
.I 150 barrels a\Flectrlc boat less than a week to be realized. b ...... : .
I hoist (00 ft ol w.terlront.I I WANTED=-Vour next wiring job Island School the heavy losses sustained by :: I os Is, 111k .11 04.5.othor .

I t Fine site for tralVr or tourist and applmnce' repairing No citrus and cattle Interests and Oi0 .. olIvWngasos, ......a. .

I t amp or yacht bairn. Also for job too r* or too small High Santa Claus Is Busy reported! many people have evaluated .nd N. nos.. 0.5 Joha. I .

sale! S sea skiffs \ith Chrysler quality ow cost. Phone Stuart Will ReopenOn areas west of U. S. 1 In 'LOCAL Aj EATISEOcRST mld.n. .Is :
'J" so bo ".h.
I motors and sevetal smaller IITJ Christopher Electric With Red Cross ill county "ow f ... j jOM
The two agents spoke when Is rg _.. \ ;
I boats. Van-type 194fl' fish truck Shop Brance Apartments sAaTi rouuryy, ri.nkInAtc. : l
I ; In good conditioj George I nex NJ 1. tf I Monday Plans for GIs the expected speaker for the day 'bHEii lTj" aialwt lUiralni: :h.>' ::.. ; .

; .._ r.. failed to arrive He! was C A. iull,. zoO :
uunucrson oox r> or rnone "" _._ Dr "...... U..I. .. ...,..
I w.
A io \ : _Stuart 47-W .. 3| Nov. 6, 13 SERVICES'i ; OFFEREDlllllllllljBlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Earners, founder of the First I.'h. 5iIi.1 Y Al i. .r 1117. ..... 0. I ..... I*
I Miss Marlon Stevens of Railway Federal Savings and Loan Asso- tO. loflow,.. .... l bwsok...
', I '. FOR SALE -lIHnCsbltR I Dilatory Christmas shopperswill ocIbod ':. :4: S : cwn, I ...... 1'...
N. J. has returned to Kobe clatlon in Melbourne but Program 0111 ho 1. .,u so p.ti.r, :
A Wood 4-drawer Ugal and : be surprised to learn that Ow I 0. .t odkor
; fi
A SAW LING at the MajesticApt. Sound for the 11th consecutive Chairman Henry Kindred .. bo.s .a'h h'1.' .... I vloroo. A
I 4 :Vi Letter Sise C R AskJry, Osce- t 75c for filing and set- year as Instructor of Island A Santa Claus has already completed aid he expects Chanters to jooet l.IoonlI.to.' ah'..o. .(05.0 tho Tcusm of thu, I oil: ;.:: :: ; ,
appear iswj.otu .
., ola Bldi, Phone 10 i. 30 / : nod .11 hi.... oh. ............ .. I tarouvk .n. .
All C.
ting work guaranteed. School Inc.. .1..1..
A" A on Jupiter Island a big job for the Martin for the club meeting next .. II... ..1 .. .. l .. oo 1'..., .

Sl'RPLlf; Blackout dubleLouScreens- :; -i A H. Dvenges '0, Nov. (, 13 She will open the school 'Nov 3 A I County Red Cross for 100 yule reek: Tomorrows session will 01""Soosobo.. ..-.... t7. 0..1.no.. of I... .lI.h..'.''pOl._ I I ot w........_....... ,

1 /A vre Blinds, real basswood slat I DON' W T--'nt.ll; Us too late for the usual 6Vi month term. gifts for servicemen on the high be devoted! to filing of committee '01 r_ ..... I. :.. ...h..w.I... .... I k.._ to .
I ,.... .
A The print school for children .h..h .. .... ..,... I ha
l 1 Size 43'i" wide 5| high Sesf us today for automobile of seas Oay-hued packages containing reports.111I1111I'11111I11I11I11,1111111I11I11I11I1111I f..1.... ..... to .11 :.10... III'' .. I .vnnt os. ..
I winter ._ "
residents of
-W" thick Make go xl porch I Injf ranee that need under "" 01.11 ,_.. .nd .._. I In ilalinlnt' '
you cheer In the '",'h. ..... I .. :
A I shatters, room thf new financial responslbtl- exclusive resort colony was I I hqllday .....od.D&sCIiPTION. of ...aI. .'11 .. ... .If.o.Iu.l Haaito.

"' etc lIe each. 10 for K' Also I Itf Law. Theodore Dehon & established In 1937 by the mothers form of leather billfolds, clgaret Obituaries I M. L Haaoo

two steel winches twolias Irar ra 94n Dehon Bid,.. Phone SI of the Island and wu chartered lighters, pen and pencil sets and ...... 117' s" mu" .. T. a. ,I I Olmet c.ck' wI. ,P15.1._ 1 .

I f i hand I as a non-profit organiza iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimimiiiiiiiimiiii! Slosb AI. 0iea. I.do 10.. ......... .
I pottered djustable '
I tlon. On many Items pleasing to the masculine ........ .. :
A .' oan site on ,
coil door SAMUEL I'I :"i .
sprints Jl per ZWEIG 55, to p. to. 11..1 I 'h.h. ,
.- dozen (cost bout 45c-ach.) BULLDOZER AND DRAGLINE, Links Er a residence-type build- taste will go out from DIES IN HOSPITAL d11..Lo,. pud Ill ,It I ...... \) .
Ing was erected. It has two large I Martin County to Europe Asia, v.... coo.-, I ....
j Rim lock sets SI per don no ,' .0 01.1' 01 5,04. '0' I o' .101.1.

s.I Crane wall-type I u ;nab; FILL DIRT. Contract, ort classrooms and an apartment A Panama and Alaska There are Samuel Zwelg who moved here cli Tm oo.us.. ,..,. ...as,Lt I. I I .Inlomt la !
for the Instructor 5 la Martta
1 ,-?( tt each G. C Whilicarl Port f day work P. M Kelley: & and Is surrounded thousands of servicemen! in our only two months ago from New "c./: aLa is so 41 I A .

W SewiJI 'Ia. 1 30 Son Box 3Z9, Cocoa, Fla or :fthI I landscaped recreation facilities playgrounds peacetime armed services who Jersey, died at > am. yesterday! Ola. 1 ,, ,sI'. I I NorthSoulbwoit_ ,C'''' 4 l

15 see Earl Kelley Stuart Auto 1.5 ltsdsin .
A .t Martin 1.1 I
tOIL SALt: m! and 4 h.p. j .au- Camp Oct 16, 23, 30 NOT ( The policies of the corporation -- need to be reminded that the County Hospital after OlosO. 5 I a.'O.-s Houthwook I s

son air-cooled engines. 110Irrl..tJon are directed by a committee people at home are thinking of a, three-day confinement there hops.t..tulOSds1.C .. 01... I b,.'_.. ,
-. A timer I ItorCo. DO YOU have trouble with of for a heart condition. He was I in .bus. P.
pumps 0- jour mother Including Los.l.lla,4
them and moat of all at Christmas 55. sik. S I IWIOCi7 5.nos dl !
A .___ t hens not laying: Then use Mrs. R R Adams, Mrs George A (! .
0 -- gallon cans Crafted wlnj Store. U Mrs John P. 'Harquand and Mrs focus on home. style will' be held at Johns III'I'KOVEMCNT"WaID4.'UIII 0" 70' oTuig I ,mI la .... I

I bearing varieties 1200 e TRUSSES: elastic stockings: Joseph Verner Reed. As part of Its program of supplying Chapel at 2:30: pjn. Saturday by I I. post 0". I I 'II.lla C..h.Coaiilr..... '

--4 Get them at my house.. any t I knee pads, anklets, .0... Stuart A Miss Stevens was employed at- morale-building materials Harold Johns Post (2, American B..5 ..L':' 1' '"7k..L., punt' : --I 0., ... p...._,. ...
I A Edwin: A. Mennlnger Sr.,1 7 Drug Corp. tf the beginning and her former to members of the armed .eglon All Legionnaires are requested PiblIihUptoOoes54", ..". .load a-Ins nod .. I.to

Martin Road. SPENCER-SUPPORTS for we- pupils of the past 10 years are forces Community Service to to attend. LIICAL ADVU sesuose9011CC : OtIs altO '
i men. Men's belts. Luella Downey now to be found In leading universities Camps and Hospitals ls promoting Born. in New York City Oct. H. tko..Coaat w.Iltsu? : :
A I A ROSE BUSHES; 2-year-old sn. Zwelg was' a retired com : TO CON ACTOR t.
of a high-seas Christmas progress -
Slit Orange Ave Fort the nation. HerpopularitJ' O"ICI, 0' THE I ATI 50hI jOltnvu.l. : : ; c
A I grown everblnomlng Pierce Phone 197-M for with the students Is to provide a gift for every mission merchant. Since his ar- 1>I.TIII: T dsp 050k of '
'A A ever fifty choice var tie tfI evidenced each year by letters serviceman who will at sea on rival here he had been opening I' ,".'. _. ml In =... If : ; I
'Ii ., 4 write for free catalog wit Christmas the Rainbow Motor Court CCNIYIIUCTION bwIO. 7 "_''a. ... ,
and Day of theseare /
Many tJU"10
I DON'T WAIT until i Wi toe late. guts and visits of those who A'' .ho. ..h.... ,
roses In color Ty-T RosA See attendd the school In their young men-away from home a& Salerno In conjunction with .....4. Ildo :. Ix.A.: : .11,4 VIII of .

; A Nurseries, P O Box 532, Tyler us today for automobile childhood day. Except for special for the first time. Men arrivingat hIS step-son, D,'J. Urquhart. Hewsa .11I" frm Q..llrh> ( ........It. 0 t. Ordw foio4 stall kr- :,

Teias |F I Insurance financial that you need under students her classes include ports of embarkation on a World War I veteran and 01 IC-Jo),...A...,.::;. 1t..;, .foe) o I 50.' ..iota. ..d: Nowo, a
Oct. I. H. Z3. 30 / new responsibilIty : only pupils through the Christmas also will be remembered commander for two years of JulIus II .... 1001owln. ,...., II '.100''. Martin :
first six .
,... fo
Law Theodore Dehon, AI Zanette Poet 244, American .at All..... ,...... .N... foar
rade.. *
A THE IDEAL CbrlstnE. GIft GBlanket. I, Son. Dehon Bid,.. Phone II Her professional work Mrs. Ted Chambers has Individually Legion. In Fort Lee N. J. He 5-150(40 Soot (14.: ioh aunt 14.,soul oo.ms,, ...51.5.. ; 'bio!

1Jt-I- Automatic Elect rVse I tf has also was' a member of the 'b. S"'h Isebonta. .. ....10 5l..e, 0 4
I A - -- been confined! to special work in wrapped 100 gifts for Engto- and Sisocs. w.... ..Ist. II .00 'lml' .)
-, ear Lay Away an. Mar- summer and the local chapter. Her committee : wood. N. J. BPOE. A _.....los ., as"' .k. B... ....
tin County Electrl 0. Dehentr UART TAXI MOVES camps private r_ 1'_.... Puo..uoul 5 ...
) schools, and she was employedby is collecting cash to pay for Survivors include his wife -.... blidnoot. II .wl los e.. .
4 Bldg Phone 7$. NEW QUARTERS ......, deulnons
i : A ...
the Holton-Arms School In the gifts which'were purchased Mea. Beatrice Zwelg: a step-son -. III." I loon.. 1''.
0.0 IpusI batb ....
Is 505 .1. .
,) G. E. WRINGER-TMi Waahers Sluart-Tj:; Washington, D. C., when she accepted wholesale-with, no Government Zlncent Green of New Ullford, 5401.4. .k... 10 .... non. of .1.A...... Se T> M .
lie Service : .0 will .. ... .... loll or Coo .
I for Immediate trfrtrj. Martin | op- the position at Jupiter lax. The Klwahls and Rotary N. J.. and a Step-daughter, Mrs. .1... :

1 O,unty Electric C. Dehon ,en4d Jr.by Tom Bowie and son :'Island She spent the summer! Clubs each have contributed 110 Urquhart. ;T!. a.;i::5 :rE' p0.0 o15 .:E rS '. :
To14 completed moving .. -
and Mrs W. R. Leach and the
A Phone 75 tfAGENTS with her sister In Rahway .
'i Bldg. j except .....no. ... ... A : :
fro UU :
former quarters on the : .
All I a Vacation trip to Eagles- Oarden Club sent In III OUts : '
for GouM 'nm pl. I Old xle Highway In the r. 5'k: :,._oJ ",,11 ..... C.srtO .
John I II
CarlI will bear greeting cards from Weltsbarker Jupiter "
A I 3 i'' H fine i. Immediate delivery I mere P1. and Speculator N. Y. ...... ...... z I slim
ton tel Bldg. to IM l'laglerAve. I on Lake, Pleasant. these organisations. More money I severely slashed In a cutting '.. tk.* tkalraua. of \ika ....,.?...' .-.... .
I A tt-t- wltaart Bardwgfe Co. Phone |esday afternoon. .- -- \M\ neededl! Any organization or 'scrape was reported "In fair ....._ Mk l... aoowarV ...! _a_

AI44 IH. f ,t tf' Ear d 1 now where the Stuart I nterlor.' He has two drivers in individual may personally send :condition". at Martin County -,oaaiaoao Donaualaro axk aioip OI... All oila ontin1.kail
CHRISTMAS Sa. Orderthem :reed >re was formerly, Bowie I addition to himself and his son illICit a flit by sending a cash donation .Hospital this I morning. His :*. for ko _otrllflod.,.. aido.wltblii: Cwklo II dioo ..... ..h"J: : ,.. .' 55u .

4 A 00w wltf your name ... I I II Is repa ting the building black II IIarel and plans to Increase this personnel of any amount to Mrs 1 1i brother. Howard Is held In Jail will sol .. .._..... tk. koi... up.to.uI4.4 ds.sol'

I Stuart News frtlce. tf I'I IIV rhle pod Is r'!norstlna the I for the coming season. i Chamben 'at Kobe ound..t4'n. : :here on.an assault chart -A'Ion t n.luwset... 0444 to '....'.doan'45 .*I.__."' 9 II"$ ...... ,.... ; :: I :

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TIM TiyUT KIWI. ITDAHT. Martin feenty. nouns.THURSDAY, OCT. W, 1N7 t r&GllUNIIe I

\ bnalcott/ Story 1

Bath Room Tile an /Asphalt Tile

ootballIVEN Vets Found Hospitality Plus In Endicott,, 1 I Iii Iiij'


'T== ...rs ...


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From Here Feted Four, 0 ;
Day, Hope to Repayentynine j

Visit individualsin o ,
Martin County, real-
nts of a portion of this I "I;

ntry famed for Its hospi- ', 01" ; :
ty, can think back today ...1
Endicott, N. Y.. as a !
pilflcent example l of 0Q e

at hospitality can be like I The football team sponsored by the Martin County Veteran Athletic Association shown U strong all.set for the onslaught ef the North Side I I !
the fullest sense of the Club'i outfit .la Endicott, N. C, Oct. U. __.

hi rd.t> Individual Include 29 Oct. S In the afternoon and WELCOME BY E-J ,FLORIDIANS WELCOMED AT CYO CLUB; IN 1 p '
I IChu
ben of the football( team
traversed-the 1,400 miles In
the Martin
asored by County
tram Athletic Association 40 noun by orey- !
even other fromStuart.. hound bus, The trip wu made
trip was made principally with stops only for meals refreshments
a game between the Florida along the way and I'''
at and a team sponsored by five bus changes between here t I"I o
!North Side Social and Ath- and the eventful destination.
e Club on Oct. 12 which the The weary travelers received!
\ti won 20-14 But th..perlodart unexpected hospitality even before at n I
before and after the elite they reached Endicott. The l n iwi# s :
two-hour gridiron test arrival In Binghamton 10 milesto
t what left an Indelible mark the east of Endicott was madeat :: ::: :: :::
between the two x
friendship 1:45: a. m. Friday and having
unIties. no place to go for a few hours
bt Stuart group left here the the
group was given by I
ILL ATHLETE.$ FOOT Binghamton YMCA Its gymnasium ;;
In which to put their belongings
PE-OL BEST SELLER" temporarily and free

YS STUART DRUG CO.N run of the physical depart.ment' 'a 1 ,
HOUR ji-MlIM U ref eW.N| ro.r IBAlk > facllltlea In which to 1 x '
sues Iw teN STRONGU
< ,. T9.01- U.d. sib to, .1..1.It freshen up. These Included
'" lockers rooms
SMART-DRUG CO': and a swimming pool with everything J
offered without charge s
except towels and soap furnished -' ,k
all who wanted them. F. Johnson,Jr. (right) I : I 'i
A few hours later a large assemblage executive vice-president of the
1 from the Endicott club
EndtaoU-Johnion Shop Com-
came over to Binghamton armed ,
with cars and trucks and the pany, gives the official welcoming :
Stuart group was transported handshake U Forrest I
ne 24M Box No. 277EEO bag and baggage to Its future 1C. Ferguson, eoach of the vUIllng Greater the Stuart team, and Ed I
BEACH, FLORIDA quarters at the CYO building In Stuart Veterans football Halaey Alderman, president ef the :: :: t: : : ;
te_ Endleott (N.Y.) Chamber ef Commerce, welart team secretary-treasurer: ; ( )
Endicott The block-long parade The occasion was a '
All Kind wended Its way to the CYO noon-time banquet given the .come Stuart Coach: Forrest K. Ferguson and Florello business manager .'
ramie, MitUie Marble, where Halsey Alderman president Floridians the day they arrived his boy at the Northern city's CYO Club. club; Alderman; Ferguson; I ''It'
Quarry, Asphalt and of the Greater Endicott In Endleott, N. Too Oct II. Other shown with them an (kneeling left to jjitcoach of the Endicott ; ;,/
Rubber Chamber of Commerce and right) Oscar Hasarlne, president of the North as Dace,. head ef the CYO .
antic and Aluminum Oscar Maurine, president of the cern, who expressed his and the Side Social Club:: ; Hansom TUt n, captain' "Spill Batista; North Side !
, Wall Tile North Side Club. headed the m* community delight m having
U for sal.acid installed caption committee,] t m'wer. the Florida visitors present. l lengthened by a two-hour delaydue be xepaldand If jq in some simply 1 lay. I : :
Floor Sanding and ttfcen,welcoming speeches given Next stop *u-a shoe store to mechanical trouble'on t measure"equitable to that received 1 iiil hope & '
the Florida visitors were ..
FinishingRug and selling E-J shoes where every; there. The Stuart boys 1 agaln- .
generally put at ease. Floridian was given a new pair the bus In !North Carolina and a I ,
Cleaning Lunch consisted of a filling two-hour lay-over In Jackson- 'j
of shoes
simply by. choosing.the '
ARBRITE PRODUCTS visit to the cafeteria operatedby style perferred. ville waiting for connections..
& SERVICE the Endlcott-J ohnaon Shoe The team managed to bold The breakdown oddly enough
Company which with 25 factories two practice sessions althoughno occurred In Henderson N. C.. BIG BENEFIT
*nly representative
employing nearly 18000 persons scrimmages were run, on Friday when the troop topped going
County UCfeORGE Is) one of the town's two chief and Saturday afternoons on northward for a short workout I
Industries The principal eventof the club's practice field two on the high school field there.
KlITHlartinjounty this dinner was the visit of blocks below the CYO. Endicott, a city of about 35,- '
loaners I Charles F.Johnson,ofr.executive The CYO building, which 000 has Its chief support In E-J
of the E-J con- u- and IBM Both provide free :
vice-president owned and operated oy: me club, :
hospitalization for their workers 1
1 consisted of a gymnasium on IAU4WE'EN
han enviable retirementand ,
the ground level' floor and a con
free Insurance systems and
crete-floored basement about 100
feet long and 30 feet wide. PrIorto employ an easy-to-meet plan to I,
Kee U the vets' arrival this base- provide housing for workers and
own Jpkeep ment their families The extreme content '
was cleared and Into Jt
evident the workers -
were put 37 single beds with each, so among I
l having an Innerspring mattress,, with their employers eliminates -
existence of union In
two sheets, two blanket and a the factories.To any A CE
pillow The beds were donatedespecially 1
for the occasion by! the Martin County visitors .
the International Business Machines the most amazing part of It all
Quailsm wu the seeming Inability of the
1 Corporation which has hosts to do enough for their I
main plant In Endicott 1"1 guests. Nothing that was needed I.

First costs are III The Martin County delegation, was beyond request In some SATURD Y IGHT NOV. 1
banqueted again Saturday evening manner or another. If transportation 11 11tho
Portent,, certain! but took to bed at an early was needed. It was ,
hour In preparation for Sunday's -
But remember. i found' with someone; the same
keep Is Importer m held for food equipment and '

oa QUALITY! (; highlighted Pre-gam by ceremonies presentation were by mind.It anything. else that came to AT The U / use STUART : ;. '

LUMBER costs only the Florida players of a cocoanut, was hospitality plus. Today ,
to each member of the
the hope here la the visit can 1,'
} little more" I
> ;but as.s club giving away of 39 more
lures yoii Staunch, cocoanut to lucky number
.uSIST&NcIIUSES:: 9 RflM. ?
scorecard holders and considerable TILL ilil
tound. lasting home. Ov "the years, you'll find more picture taking. After- 'Tallahassee Oct 30. The .

It more economtcrf to j with our well sea.] the game at 7:30 p.m. the Stuart amount of money paid out by the ,
toned, standard graded li I ber. Let us show, outfit was given another dinnerat State for Old Age Assistance Music t
we'll gladly, the club by the winning hosts., Aid to the Blind and Aid to Dependent y i l :
CallVu and
you what we mean. Monday was devoted to abbreviated Children:: 1 Ia running In U
prove to In black eru te, that It pay to tours of portions, of excess of that for like periodsIn
build with you.quality I ixnbe [Remember, we're IBM and r.-Jf the former In the IMS. according to a statement Gene Hulls and His Orchesfriof West Palm Beach \ Its
morning 'followed bv lunch in made by W. C. Hoffman, chief I .
es near as your Call tn now for the spacious IBM cafeteria, and auditor of the State Welfare DI-
A lumber and bulhsi" g terlal. the latter after lunch and'a vlslo not the office of C' .U. Gay t ,
FIN t visit to the exclusive IBM.Coun- State Comptroller PRIZES
Our try Club.
Good Umsir.fropirl Used, I Never tailed Departure time came at T FERTILIZER CONSUMPTIONThe
Monday evening with a huge bureau of Inspection of i)
turnout to see the Floridians the State Department of Agriculture 4 '
off. Th trip to Binghamton was reports 209 J tons of fertiliser I
Casa LCABRE r Co. made In a bus generously donated materials and 21.7 ton FOR BEST
for the occasion by IBM.. of mixed fertilisers were eonumed jCOaTUMES
HENRY ,Phone 66 The uneventful return home la Martin County during r '
consumed 41 hours which was September.
-\ $1.5O Pen Person



Leiui diagnose the trouble d t t it.. You can leave your car here and be confident A RETURN ENGAGEMENT AT STUARTBETWEEN

that we will fix w t n At to be fixed (not, more) in record time.

For smoothers safer driving, 11 owe, THE ENDICOTT, \ N. Y.:, FOOTBALL TEAM



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; The Bong Islands were not inhabited CHAMPION COTTON PICKER ment of Agriculture will chip to Birobidzhan, a Jewuh
t i Florida Teachers' Pay Tci'psU.S. Maine Woman foreign countries) 452,000,000 IDS. sea
until 4830 when
i a partyof of fat and oil*-* staggering mow region In the Soviet F'Lr|
Europeans and American es Ironloesn'i total of nearly 06.000.000 IDS. on the Amur
Complains + River,
tabhehedettlement. 2nd in South conoi, u
Average l
., user than was shipped during 282 mite
I r Hold Heat the first halt of this_year. square

\ ',, FLORIDA TEACHERS era on a pay level more nearly --
(Reprinted from the Tampa Me. Oct. S0 I il' 'I Morton JewelersThe commensurate with the work Lewjston <- --

i Tribune),, they have to do and the prepare A woman returned her new electric FOR

': : ,I;' Stirling, Jeweler Florida, aa-a result of legislation ation they'have to do for that Iron to a store with a com- EXPERT

J work are due primarily to the plaint that "It doesnt hold heat
'' Illl 1\\ passed at the recent sei-
I pert catch, ring and fact that as the Times says, properly. !
It' j : ; moved "the public has become Informed The service department tested Machine Shop

\b. :,.;t,1J, i' Jewelry'N repairs pay of 1U public school teachers, and 1 Is aroused,to the needs of A It, found it In good order and ork
t that"ah.. have her
a survey made by the New York. schools Y suggested ,
1 ; : 107 d St., FL Pierce Times brines out home's wiring checked. -

'I The average pay of the Flor- 9 "Oh," she replied. "I don't CALL STUART
ida teacher was raised $770, have electricity. take the Iron
I See Where.
I J 1 'I' : which Is $330 above the national .' across the street to my Ustert
home, plug it In until It gets hot,
/ average Increase With an aver- W. H. (Bill) Mitchell 1'! '
1: 4 t' : WE BJV Junk, age pay of $260 for the next by then take it home But it doesnt Stuart Marine

I I ;1"j" j wrecwsq cars school year, as against $1830 for i Greetings, to one and all. We h seem to hold the heat long pervice
the past Florida leads the l enough for me to do much iron-
year are entering another winter andIt
: ; copper and brass.TSISCO'S Stages of the South, except' Ing.
looks like a good season ahead
Maryland, In that particular. I Inco ra dy
: '1 i Maryland Increase ($700)) was for Stuart and Martin County. USED FATS NEEDED

I ; ,t1 Alpd PARTS less than Florida, but Its previous There are a number of new 4a The need for American wom-
; average pay was $2400 Faces on the streets these days. en to save used kitchen fl.tI\
.1 1 South 1 Duue Highway which makes It now $3,100, as theGovernment's "
I: Who says Stuart Is not pro- made even more urgent by
l It *fort: Tierce against other Florida's Southern$2900 States Although gressive A look around the announcementthat I
It will,ship abroad, during 11lETTWMO ,
o129 raised their averages, none Isa business district will convinceyou. '.
the last three months of this
,; "jt \ > high, as Florida. Georgia A number of I our stores year more fats and oils than j
Is $1.672. Virginias $2000 North modernized. It 1
have been paysto were exported during the entire _
4 Carolina's $1.,>>00. Alabama $!,- shop at home. U r* Mlwr
t first half of 1047. The Depart- j ...i"
1 Uopiery Bargains 800 Louisiana $2,222. Ken- Last year a movement was P 1., .Hh "-I e
{. tucky's $1,546, Arkansas, $1,500 started for gates at the railroad EDD ANDERSON .. ... .. '
,I'< ANKLE } ir .. (.. 11, ...ul.. It. ,
.' ,.. K. W.. and South Carolina are not list swimming POOl. safety patrol at 147 national cotton picking championship and ",_ In the annual '

}( \ :, LADItrH05E4: h.4.. Y :.%:O.!.,. .SI...1..aterlrn ed In the survey report. the schools and public tennis contest at BIytheTille, Ark. He defeated more than lot
d, 1 : Ir lull uu'. 'I.. .....h' .... Incidentally Florida's Increase courts. We have the gates. The and plucked the crud prize by picking 99 net fit all Itnsments..e
r \ -" II' *-. T puts Its average $200 above the V, C. T, has gone on record as competitors
'II ,( national minimum goal pounds In two hours i Easy buy from r
MEN COTTON soxp-+ InsI.I.I salary sponsoring a safety patrol and

,I, ik or .."..Ya'w......M""u.... .....traeh4_..........01.. .....,.. for teachers fixed by the national swimming pool. The city commission .. -- fresh tocklH JJ
MEN S IIESS sox-a psi... ht. SIc Parent-Teacher Association has under consideration ARUNDEL MAKES BIDS coordinating advertising research
i....I. .F._.........color_ Is*. e .hart .L.tle. .. which Is $2,400. the parking meters and tennis FOR' DREDGING JOBS and promotional agencies 0 10 and
Commenting on the figures courts 10 let s get busy and com- I already In operation but whichare PI 1 CE CO.
H.. .4..a.1... .fI.h 1 I.p" Is, "''OOH brought out by Its survey, the plete this program before the The Arnndel Corporation madea working Independently. PLA. Its

I N. YS w. ... ....... Pal New"The York crisis Times Is not says over.: Too winter Stuart tourists can capitalize arrive. on the bid of $377,065, second lowest tr i P1'SRSs
four submitted, for dredgingand
many Incompetent and unqualified of .
outhern SalesCompany recent hurricane and floods u .e
teachers are still In the Improving Port Evergladesat yMaalra.
I being one of the driest towns on WE DO OU1 OWN Y
i classroom. And too many teachers the East Coast of Florida. Sure, Hollywood; It was announced v

.. are stfll receiving totally Inadequate we have had some water, but Friday by the Corps ot Engineers
t P OifjoX KM Dopt A H salaries for the work I rlOatcaieini
a visit to other localities will In Jacksonville where the bids, *
I NOXV1LLE. TENNESSEEHe's they are asked to perform in a prove our high land advantages. ,
I.I I. democratic society, Hats off to the city commission were opened. I
,''I ; \ "Because the public has become and city manager for the However, CoW\ K. Teale saU\ 1 > \\I// rvrtann. e
I I : 1 Informed and Is arousedto of the contract for this
'' excellent job In cleaning up the awarding .
: the needs of the schools conditions town the storms held In a C/ >i "
after :Recent work Is being abeyance II
i are expected to Improve vlslton have asked If the storm tending final approval of right- )
: Fl throughout the country, ThereIs ALF-
hit Stuart.The -
d of-way1natrumenta being furnished -
a growing recognition that '
I 1I old saying: "The world IMPORTED JEWELRY
II' Y' the public schools of the nation comes to those who wait." Yes, by Hollywood Interests 'COSTUISi

I' a I I'Ir are the bulwark of Ameri- If you keep.working. while you're participating In the project, for: VictorArcac. art, FU. ItXClrIN Ieee, rtAMIMGO sun fUMilll
can democracy. The Times survey waiting which the lowest bid of 1381.770 WEST PALM SIAOtIt's
'I I II Indicates that the public Is
behind the free public We are going to have a new was submitted by Standard
stoutly sign at the entrance to Stuarton
; consists
: schools of the land Dredging Corporation,
I ;tf < \ The highly beneficial results In Federal Highway No 1. Why of widening the existing turning here..its
f'" ," I.I I. Florida placing Its school teach-' not the name "Stuartpainted basin southward and cutting. off new
II I I j i'' 1. ;f' ,! on the water tower at the south the south flare at the Junction
r end of town?
I I, 1"1 1r TRY POSI WAR! of the basin and the ship channel -
Left those tennis
; : get public all to a depth of 35 feet.
'J.t it' Got NewLifet OLD courts The schools are for them. Arunel also submitted a bid
""I." 6662 They have a good coach and instructor along with seven other firms for
I', r'' In Mr, Ritter, a new- dredging an disproving the it'sHW
comer to the teaching staff of
SYM.M.wM, navigation channel the upper
; We'll give your word, NCYi wl a a-q the high school. reaches of the St. Johns River.
: .1 ;l fatigued tires a "second Why not. a-few mall boxes in Arundel's bid of$452,287 was second
; : wind" that'll make 'em Stuart where people can mall highest, but awarding\ of
I [ \r+I, ride like t>r* -newl! Bring letters without having to go to this contract also la being held

,,,t i"f( in your old tra J-bares Martin County the Post Office every time they In abeyance pending\ approval of G
I 't'I I t today, We'll renewStu in want to mall a letter? rlghta-of-way being secured by '
,,i'+' < business men with good I
j r Reasonable Prices wa1., DI.Uk. business judgment, so let's keep GAS TAX RECEIPTS ,(,
f >,
rff" licklaytng > Plastering Stucco this in mind when the election .
Stuart Recai Cement Work comes up.

:'\ :?,f Service i ia ptl..w Cs,.. East The Fourth new Catholic street will Church soon on be Tallahassee, Oct.'30, (W)-Receipts HOME JRIEZER

': Fire cc Work A Specialty ready for occupancy. It certainly from Florida's '1 cents a '
ff" I I f.f.I Chason's Se e Station tends to Improve the appear- gallon tax on gasoline totaled3,073,82B J
30. PED, ,HWAY U S. I Cku.V n..... A. rnBu + ance of the locality. $ In September a 14
I j ', 'N 1. Ph... jai smut, ru. M \ hl. car. raw The reason a dog has so many per cent Increase over the corresponding -
jt'' l. month a year ago.
friends Is that he wags his tall
Instead of his Comptroller Clarence U. Gay
'' 7. said the
I I' September receipts were
Ins what you learn after YOU
p ss 1 collected on 43937,170 gallons.In .
ltd' KNOW IT ALL that count. -'
a Ip j 90% Nd An example of wasted energy; September l>4o, the sale of CAPACITY

''i' W All TIRE r 1 tellin' a halr-risln story to a 33608,983 gallons brought $2- ; LARGER
bald-headed man.FRAUDULENT 702,628. '""' I


t' REPORTED REDUCED Jacksonville, Oct. KMFlorida sh' Three Great New Modeb

A CflWUFl State Chamber of Commerce M' cheese
; from which to
Tallahassee Oct. 30.-Further
I members, meeting annual session
progress had been made In the at St. Petersburg Dec. 1 and AS!
campaign to reduce fraudulent a PIJaS START AS LOW
2, will be asked to sanction the a v
claims for servlcemens' readjustm ,
establishment a State Indus
e n t allowances Chairman trial board Harold Colee Its + Inns r- -
L NfMrGOODYEAR Al Carl B Smith of the Florida Industrial executive vice-president, said
H' 259.95
Commission said today here today The board, he stated $
A second conviction in a State Is designed to quicken the
l TIRffI court for the fraudulent drawingof Industrialization of Florida, by I ,w a ,' soon Ace
allowances has been obtained 1
I A West Palm Beach veteran has asiI D. tsjx.

5 y, a$4ROU Awgd b .IEl tine gtLLGdg rMeI $14 40 been given a one-year probationary Mod.1 EASY TERMS
sentence for
I r making C.10
mowars ID IODT "In T.. false statements This claimant
} .-... tEIm
Illegally drew $300 from the I
1 1/IDOr PLA 1lgAI 'naMaw .. commission by tolling to disclose
has wwa. that he was working as a taxi
)' Ev1 1 A V DO
t driver during the time he was. ',.
1 ,
f fa't .. claiming benefits Full restitution STOP Mv.; lisshsn ifm r* inn "****
IN !
-- of the amount of allowances In building a new SEE TH/M TODAY !
Illegally drawn has been madeto MJIIIIM/4 ;

I Y MOTOR Coe Smith the commission reiterated, that prosecution home, Be SURE otj We're proud to say we have the eia ting r r models of tits (i' T'u'pa' :,:. ., ,

of these persons who have home freezer on display in our storeWe're "

t p, oral Highway Stuart wilfully necessary abused In fairness\the program to those Is STONESi- D proud to be among the first ii he country to show-tad '

who have fully met their obligations LAN ; e G D, -thlt thrilling new way to bettor Uring. .. -il
under the law.
PLANS G 0 D Come in., Let ni tell youho '
: e Deepfreeze home freezer
.... .. i
CON ; UC and atone food-cute Lwciua time and food show .
waste. Let ui .

. I Denfncfeble Installation Fla.'I TION.jINSU'R A GOOD .,0u"aD the wonderful now feature that kake Deepfreeio the. 'M!| =

''T AndRDuiok Repair Service ] MCI:. newe-and the big, value-fa. the. home freezer market today. a "

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I H. Bertolet of Wyomlss- from a sinus condition.El TARGET .

I Ie!here for an Indefinite I The Martin County chapter of At' YOUR SERVICE FOR I.
with I his grandparents, Mr. Salvador with an area at 13- DIRECTORY Florida the Junior Red Cross will start Smral-a__Itipalra SOTto. p_ M.Lan.._CanIVMaw 4 11
George Green 205 a 178 square miles .Is the smallest Watalat Trw Plaattafla
its enrollment\ campaign NOT 10, '
:Doctors BAPTIST da True Renewal
avenue tdvla- the Central Ferris Wheel aplai
American ...
republic luadari4l..?... 410 PHIL S. Akra w1i!, Patel It was announced this week by KENNETH 3TIMMELL; III I

s. a. a.. 'u..., School By BORTENSE K. WELLS Beverly Smith, chairman. Pb-. 41.W BOX 411 1
CLINTONE WAX 111. a. a.. Moraine Warabl. ._ ..___ .
T*: Trsiei.e It I true that we've had no
:. : ::
!:* E>aalaiI ware ..
FOR YOUR CAR- ITS SP .A .artery la ..,.taI ..... direct word from either 'th*
fED .uleNthe
ON. Mums for the
are .c Sarlat
Enter |U cracks said crevices lasts wldaTad.,_ White House of State Department '
longer. ,
... + but we are led, by sources Announcing Opening j
'GULFPRODU Si p m* Hid ....>. tarrloa.FUUT i hr z tI l
usually considered reliable to

TIRE PAIR.W. Call!. GULF For UBRICATION. Th. Ra*. W.'liT"BAPTIST. .....-, ...... I tellers that tension In Washington The jHjtel I
ndj eliYer It a. .., Sunday SchooL official circles has eased considerably
T aT ..... B....'.
tjurca"maatinn l.t Ird ft s PH In the past few
aad Baadart days.We
Stu t Servile StationOpp. avorr ....... wouldn't be a bit surprised! i

THE CHURCH or GOD U President Truman and Secretary ex
Opp. Sti ...... '
',", WALTER RIIN Tel. 9144 .....j II... W.rail f. a..... P..... Marshall are going around il'I'I t
Prep. Caw* gebaal It A. H. with that cat-full-of-canary LS7 Federal
Uornlal worship 11 a. .. loot such as we are all apt to Highly ,
Sgaaar Nltkl
"I' Rooitis
: Moderately Priced
rrlaaj Night TPK. ,ilIT 41t sume when our best efforts U-I

JOSEPH'S ceIve the stamp of
110 c..........1 1la CATHOLIC A-- : especially If that stamp comes
e. Poker Rev. T. J. GEARY ': I
r..es Winter Sunday,'l'i" .d II from what may be termed the
a .. sonar 1 wad I' highest I'r''
a 11Da. \ source. i
Waah. .. .. 9 D
rirat reds af aaab aa.,.tb I U. .m. Such approval hat come to r LOTS OR PENSIONERS

Paint &jBody Shop Coafaiatoaa, "'..rdor. 4 W.S lid1:00to$40a. d a 9 X Xa. ep r hem In the form of a statement I \$50 to 9200
Haaaai at Juplue I.I.N Club f wad t from Florida senior Senator on )
.U .. ,
0. the partition of Palestine "I WATERraONTPRIVILEGESPavement
fever R'a ,
A Pt 2nd Floor 41 "
), EPISCOPAL: SERVICES commend, says Senator Claude
SPEClALJZINCyiN UPHOLSTERING ISO Wou. Mara Third BlraatX. set T Pepper, "the President, the Secretary and slflewalkicin front of every lot.

ute Paints< A Metal Work, REV iL "NTONMA.. >MMrtu"IL 5y ; of State and the UN dele

Coat -made Sit Covers a Sport Tops M Rely Co...... gates on backing" the proposal to I.
,S"/ A.II":' Ckunk SakaaL partition.
II At Holy A Coamaakm Mint seedy. la week_'ho That the commendation includes t

Other ."..... Mre1.0 ....... Russia Is not surprising, CMjK
f.ISO ,. M. t.... Ple' 11..1...
---- but It Is perhaps worthy of passIng )

AU. SAINTS Irwin Ten; kit\ ), Los Angeles Press Club waiter who servedIn note the first time the for 1 I
Ilvite I .._
Ylfur Friend To Third Sunday w... o.eh ....... the Co: during the war, U Introduced to General elgn policy of the United States \11.' wWaterfr I

e,50 A. at. HalrO-... Mark Clark, on whom he was ordered to fire off Anilo when has received commendation t \,
FIRST MlTHODIST' CHURCH Clark FT boat was mistaken for a German E boat through a rather than criticism from the t Propertiesr I
Sails r. RestaurantJust sit Weal SW ... Senator Is also the first time the
tin W. Q. AMrUfa Patter mixup In recognition slrnaJa.IIIIIIIWIIWUUUlln,1II1I1II1II1II1I1II Russian
delegation has been in 1
.. }
0:41, Th.a .ch.rsh Bundy with a.hooLI. Chaste III 11I1111I1111I11I111I11I111I111I111111111111 11111111 agreement with this country Along the Indian and jj. Iwle river and Hobe Bound.Ctyean .

f Frailer' Creek ,,41 a. .... Fablla Wankla. There Is no doubt that Americans fronwK*
U. .
Bridge on S. 1 8,00 Y.u. Faapla .I1..hl'ubll. 'f ,
1:10: a. at. Warahlp. The Happy Notes of Interest To Veterans generally are In sympathy '
f FOR sited Evnn:' to Hour..... Uulr Motbara abU..rc.. I.-la with the plan to divide Palestineand b 'j 11OA .
the. ....... aarins the ....1./ George H. Moore V. A. Contact OfficerAt thereby provide home for "*v, p \ .
... .. j
| A REAL &C1E COOKED MEAL W..........I... ':1' .. .. 1I1d.h ..../... office of H. R Lowery, Jr Fort Pierce Headquarters many thousands of homeless ... I Ii '" ,
v........ all a_._baaitr assess 1 to 4 p. m. Monday. 105 Atlantic Ave Jewish people. We wholeheartedly V I" IRVe I : )

e .n our .1 "...'",,''".""""""'.''"""'.'.e..tt1.'11.111111" Illlllt.m..111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Questions ............................................ share that feeling but,without r ri
{ELICIOUS STEAKS 'I "persntcket-
.. the. W._'. Club ;;
., R... C. A. Cartel, Pewter on all phases of the STATE'S MUNICIPAL ty" as they say up In Georgia w
OR .. .. ....., (i ti tiwawa.
lilt: "booW..n'. veterans program come In regularly LEADERS WILL MEETIN as to the choice of words, It If
Club. Juior ASult Department
140\ FOODS II.... Karl ...-. GapL. B.. \ to the Veterans Administration ST. PETERSBURG strikes us that the Senator's use I
; or,...n. Primary D.a taCkapal. at contact respectively, who of the phrase "I commend" has

BEN jiff IN GODDARD Prop.QuIz. 11,50 a w .Warship Mra Ella....WIUo...., .W_'u.1.".. have been trained to aid former St. Petersburg Oct. SO.-Revenue a distinctly patronizing tone F'I'
om4 servicemen In applying for benefits I and, after all, one does not patronize '
for cities will be the keynoteof
JENSEN iii.eHCOMMUNITY to which they are entitled. the President of the
CHURCH Here are the answers to some addresses and general discussions United States. Or does one? .

Sunday raatori a.b....R.T INS H... H... Jaaaa ,of the many questions which' at the annual convention One of the lasting memories i
I Sarrlaaa' 1:11 p. m. contact representatives are called of the Florida League of Municipalities of every former 01 Is that of the
I on to answer: to be held In St. Petersburg "gig sheet,* that dally record of I Ilfi
BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL Q. May I change the beneficiary the sins of omission and commission .
Nov. IT and 18. Sessions
The ..... VonBLra.. ...... of of enlisted personnelThis
my national( service life
{ 0,U a.. Bwdy 5.0.15.. will take place at the Soreno
11:,5s. Moral. Woraklp.' Insurance policy by last will or Hotel highly Important paper,
testament? signed by the commanding officer ,

PRESBYTERIAN w.:3YI.Itfaa =COMMUNrrr A. No A change of beneficiary Among the speakers announc also contained the commendation

I Posters. tot your Insurance policy must ed by E. L. Cole, this city league which, Incidentally,

.of a a. a....' Sab.oL. be made by written notice to the secretary, la Rep Richard H. were always much fewer In number -
Q 'What' Is 1.Eost talked-about subject InYeB 11 a a Monies worshir- Veterans Administration over Simpson of Montlcello, forme Both gigs and commendations

1 Beach Today CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Of your signature and It shall not speaker of the Florida House or could come only from

F..ITUARTTao Pwth street be binding on VA unless received Representatives whose subjaet one of higher rank. I
-A. U.___ CIo.-.ll ..rr1.ar and In his capacity as Chief Executive -
PARING I I endorsed! .oa the policy\ by will be.'How Shall Florida Now and Commander-in-! :
Butter production in the Unit- an Urban state, Equalize the o'n
Q. What, e d tie about it? ed States in 1945 ((1,685000000 VA.Q. ,Will subsistence allowanceor Sharing of Tax Revenues?" chief President of the Truman Armed la the Forces top-, ..

A. LetLOU A H, 'Olive Ave. and First St. pounds) was the lowest since readjustment allowance paidto C, Harold Hlppler city attor ranking citizen of these United > '
of Eustls, will talk "Mili
me be deducted later ney on
1920. from
In t cen of the shopping district in any future bonus that be tant Education of the Taxpayer States, and while we freely agree z

We Pal t Beach take care of your authorized by Congress?may a Must, If Gills are to get a Fair or disagree approve or disapprove

par g p blems. Bejacare Gduglis' A. No. Share of the Florida Tax Dollar ,ourselves of his actions, the word and so"com express i

"; | ," and James O Richardson, ,
Q. How? Q. May a veteran who is receiving mend as used by the Senatorstrikes
t nioacoUsHang College of Business Administration
III disability compensation up as the helghth of f '
4iyh. .wtv
University of Florida, will sue
A. Any on of th entitleso also receive subsistence allow- somethlng-or-other That some- 'fLlatlnrSI I
On i
PARKING speak on The Effect of Infla- J
a FIWE SPACE ALL ance under the Servicemen's thlng-or-other is defined by
tion and
on Operating Capital ,
Sitioi gasoline Readjustment Act? Webster as "pomposity Improved and Unimproved pertles> I
if you : Crew lievestrtwb Improvement Costs* : excessive : /

'A a wash j<#>keil change or lubrica- hethe expel A. Yes i_ If. Group meetings Include those self-importance" vainglorious Throughout Martin County W. t'' "

polishftob' or a wax job. land aid tetnre Is VA going to help veterans for Mayors.commissioners, coon Inflated That's what we ''
\P We and heal .*. tender In- like myself whose hearing was cllmen and municipal judges like about Webster; always Just : 1RANCUJS. I I
Ten Dfaoohlal opus to sell lams POGa Impaired while In service? presided over by Mayor Curtis the. right word to fit the occasion 'a Point IUver.to.Rlyer Proper!** I,,1
,L( U BRANCH Of aeethearv A. Yes, by a special programof Nixon of Tampa, and for city The pomposity of Mr. and C f ,
yolm.t medical rehabilitation to help managers presided over by City; Pepperl I r Island Ocead-to-Sound Estates If tee II

West aim Beach' _llve Are. and First St. haveaYour MODrycoughbseL P0 we you overcome hearing handicaps Manager L. T. Lockwood of Palm II !
The program Includes a Beach. and marketing Instructor In the pup ARBOGAST :,
NCLAIR WODUCTS, ..REOMULSNfbrCoughtClitstCaUi.l series of hearing and speech Florida Southern College citrus C. I I8ealEa
lib tests, the selection and fitting CITRUS MARKET CITED school, declared Oct. 20 at the

-. of a hearing aid, If Indicated, formal opening of the new WATERFRONT PROPERTIESHome "irance. IJ'IJ'ti' fl I
r- auditory training Up reading Instruction Lakeland, Oct. 30AlthoulhIn : school. \ ',

BSTRACTS & ::. ESCROWS TITLES e and speech .correction disrepute because of unsuccessful
shipments during the
If necessary I
AB RACT & TITLE INSURANCE CO.r Inc. Q. M7 grad school have last season, Florida citrus has a r
good potential market In Europe t
g f 10 Victory Arcade been low and, I would like, to which should be developed A

6 Stuart, Florida. know to If VA will help nw..find away to absorb excess production.! (
bring ''J
my grades up? '
Cleveland B O Rettlg,, exporteREAL
I 20 Years Experience: By Florida Personnel A. You may receive assistanceof Town .
."'"1'" VAs educational: and guidance ti(

WE NSURE ;MURPHY ACT" TITLES service 'In an endeavor to
correct those
factors which may 1"

EVE TUAlLY WE WILL BE RECOMMENDED TO YOU be contributing to your low I t,

S 72 HoUr Service grades. However, you will have BOiSTER/
ourte'1 Accuracy
to meet the requirement of the I
school If you wish to continue

your course ESTATI .1.

"IIYIlIlLAaTING: PUNISH RI9T. SCTVrn'sr IIJNT': 10 WE'RE P PROUD OF STUART. And ateful too for i I
est Beach Directory the .bJoeI of the 1uaoa e.r... .hlo
aim.r an .be road. I. Chenhee a ...
IfJwESTTALM II.No.,.. thra.dwt I, the wild. Chrio... Sunday Sol. Properties of 11 nd.jor the privilege of associ ing with the> finest folks in the ,t ;

I WHEN BEACH Th.. Golden Tart tot "H. that tawratk sake. I I
all alaa aaall not ....... bit .kte. world.In
THfcE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR aanfaaaata ..d .....b..b .h.. .....11ha.
.. ...'" (Pro....... 11,11.,! >. ; !
..... the oJ......, walea aaawtoaIK
svoSeasWasHAWTHORNS lAo....ftoraua la the lollowlna from, Also recital an insureante. '
IBADCOC .aa tha BIM.I tTh.. .ar of the arlekod la .a the months to Ve d rl't intend to rest :
ROOFING CO.,, ..t. the. Lord: but ba I.that 10..10 come on our ;
bl. fo11..taft" rlabtaouaaaMabaailnatla
follr U fay la bin' that .. ...tl_ : ,
612 Clematls'St and settle back lejteful old We're
loormo-sHicT METAL tn..fode./ .t bat a ataala of .adrnt.n4 pars a age. eager I
HBATOtOVDrnLATOiaWATUraoorma, :alk.lba.opriihtlr" (PMoarba II,$

Furniture and on o ssHA'n PY O'M sit The, toeaowsor-aw also. .tnelud-o.. the Ed'and M p to contribute our full s Hre toward ypur future and
House Furnishing '.11...... ra t.... the Cbrl.II..
.. _...= .
Fba ; "Fier ad Health '
au 1 gq erlpt.r.by Realtor leave no stone unturndB in making our, community a
Baker ludyt "Roo.' '.eraW l.:
.tombs. ...... It will aot amou la oft.. better business: '
in liv and do
You Can New BuyVENETIAN' f .- raaiovaa the. aaaalt* oaly. P. O. Arcade BIJ place whictufo \ :
kr lint nmoin tha .i. .....b /I.....

the naallr. bleb Thla I bay>a<.....aaaaa..< .ot. al.Uaaardaa. ._. Phone-19 That's our bluepri for _
BLINDS' (God' method of "4tett.t. .1. 11 III.0 t
.. to\orrowl
mi.. \ 0a, 'Wbl" Y..'. We u.m'have. .
.: Ita Pp aha tna Whllalaana ,
V ON CONVENT DGET TERMS ate la.r.':..: ." (IttHtl\ *.14) .

nor T AQwR d cue ToossFIT I LT P seemed G IlloafterO OV
ti CALL 22* -- AT .... .... .....-.... 1

'MiAitoEK JOUR WINDOWS AND TELL TOO lOST Member: The a! Reserve System, and.Fiyera! Deposit Insurance Corporation.


Yot Can Purchase Direct From Factory
I It
CO. ,8 The Bank of Personal service trtB abaast 0a

4twl.Y e Owl sass's w 0 1 o.r O -:.srttiaftft: : se and spr the of your

y, b tit .llw I. f-e FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA eat to Skip that rust

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111 .PAGI TWELVE: ,THE sTcuTimra, STCAM. Martu cent', noKmATHnestuT, OCT. ,.,'::1H7?

"' 4, IP i I i The 1940
"i )t"" : 13." per cent of American over and gas to worry about Insuring frightened Jack-rabbit Passengers an old JaJopflIe.cb41r1 too sure It can happen to :yon. quired. very motorist aould the accidents, and yon tsq.
j I The new motor,vehicle responsibility have his car fully\ Insured and I or YT ,.
the old crate: It wasnt worth are all but thrown from kids cam careening down the the .
:\ old ] shave aI
23 yean had less than five law will help reduce' every motorist should be legally world III
.'," jean schooling Insuring anyhow. the car, but somehow they man.' street 'TO boy at the wheel accidents: yore frequent In responsible_ for his ,acts. Re- DrIve carnueu titre.yqt
:, ,, A few weeks later Dad climbs to hang on; and screaming either did not see the light
4 I Into his pride and Joy lolls back I sand yelling they hit the highway chang or he thought he could ---

\ ,: k LOYAL ORDER OF In the cushions after a hard day: I beat ItTwo JUST RECEIVED .''
j'' ('\ at the office and tarts home A few minute later, a quiet auto were a tangled mass SUPPLY OF ASBESTOS SHINGLES
lit STUART. LODGE ww Relaxed he steps on the gas, the residential section L I disturbedby of wreckage Four people-two
I l'' MEETS SOS P motor purrs like a kitten, Gliding Screaming Wens Ambulance i girls. a boy and Dad wen In the
,j; T hI ...!EACH M MONTWoodmanH WIDN DAn In and out of traffic be thoroughly and police car are on I hospital. Bill was In the morgue Phone
I'I ", I II enjoy himself. Be Is their war to another accident Fire families were stricken\ by
I 1"\ "; Stuart,. na. pretty lucky to have a car like A crowd Is gathered around another .:I this tragic occurence. Hospital 3551
,1 1' this one. It cost plenty but is'' wreck. Injured are being' bills, morticians fees, doctor
11 'f' worth It 1 placed on treteher Police art bills, 'gang charge and law
I ,I, 'I) At the high school, Bill and taking name of witnesses II yers' fees piled up. The personal
: ROTARY B Bob haT Just finished football It all happened so quick, and I and financial lost of everyone
practice and climb Into their! no one seems able to tell Just' Involved was staggering PAINTs '
jalopy preparing to head for what/lid occur. A man In a I' So what-it 'was Just another HAIIIWUl
.us.4! 1 home. A half dozen kids swarm shiny new car had Just gotten a 1 accident They happen everyday I SASH DOOIIPLASTEJ
: around asking for a ride. BID green light and started across But they always happen to
and Bob are popular They have CEMENTSIDING
''l'I"j 1 a car. So, before they jet rolling .. ,
\, they )hate a total of six kids wives AN alone VfuNUN*>UM noolUlQ!
'+ I I'J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimfiiiiiiiiMiimi
I'' ,I piled on top of each other In a ALC OLISM
Refresh Y self
car that the manufacturers had
; I When Clir designed to ,three at the ass er W..Y.0 s.esaelhslba '
Out carry
Way '
I 008 Hobe Sound Lumber &
most HOSPITAL Supply Co.
;4 PAUL H. AUJNO Everybody is happy and ray.i L draw: A.ae !. Pwweh.g, FFa ,
: EARL'SSODA Ailing, an adviser' to the C Bill steps on the gas and the

., ...I S. delegation at the United ----

!: I II Nation general assembly, hat
I ,&it beea named a* the first IT 8. DOLLARS' ::J& 1 PATRONIZE
t" FOUNTAIN RINKS Ambassador to Pakistan, following
a{ SANDWICHES!* COFFEE admission of that. nation SPENT IN I (.11' ';


j 11111111111I1111I11I1111I1I' IIIIIIIIIIIII111IIII YOU


Regular eetings

I'.'' 4thI By RUSSELL KAY CH A SHOP DESIGNED, Mfgrs. o white straight Do you know there is LITTLE SHOP SPORTS SHOP

i K j WEDN Stuart ity SDAYS Hall Fine chfia ottery- Novelties Plans Drawn grain hickory McVqfi rods. growth A First Class an Barber in former Red Crocs Bicycle RepairsA rental! ..

t I Every family get a big thrill visit rl our ahop will Alterations *.Addit ially Well adapted balance for-bri ''MUNCHS' I location' Tennis racquets

when Dad cornea home driving male yfu\ at our com Barber Dehon BuildingJuat .
I Public AI ys Welcome Harry Glancorf and surf fishing in this Shop rettrung
a new auto, He wean a smile plete l lift section. ecialsies oai ow a'-' ..". agar Wilson Sports Cooi

1, I as wide as the Amazon and fort of St Lucie at Fugate A. lees Manufacturer Price Child.', I. cub Plop"r..eti':...a..... General Line of Fuaat
t : honks the horn long and loud. river bri a Rains Build also call fGENE Tackle
'. Box: 846 Stuart, Fla. S A S Products Welcome: at all time
Everybody rushes out to see the Phone Stu PA 206 I Ih.rh
I 11'.e .. ....
W. C. Mc I Ian, Owner It. I L d Rtrar Bri4 U*> or Lap'-
new buggy. rl.. Lrrl. Th.M sus. a luartI

I I"i "Aln t she a honey?" Dad yells,

.' I Lookit those streamlines and

., "'" '" ,t 1 us.. accessories, radio, cigar lighter, FRAN ALE C /S Get Miles of Wear HOMYPAI ART COOK'SSERVICE

: 1 k -- '. heater, fan fogllghts, and get a MPBsax I RECAPYOUR STATOI

load of that upholstery Shes ROO oundDmnite

1'/1't/: t t tI' 90 horsepower and she'll do better AND Squeezed atgour stand TIRES a. PAINTS VARNISHES LUNCH"ROOM

'n 90 miles an hour. Fresh//Daily MexicanCreams: : ENAMELS
I.hi a U. SW
I'' Mother climbs In the front Roof snags a Coconut I Kiaae*
TRACTS Repairing
.;1 T AND TTTLt seat and Is fascinated with all 1 Whalen accounts ore r sA. .aka w M Batter Crunch o.iw P.. .and Soft Drub
i' INV TIGATIOIYD the gadgets on the dash; she 511 So. Colorad Are, wol 'ted ICE CREAM: -COLO DRINKS, ssstawu-.ws.uases SandVkliea, Soap, h
i.t. ; !CROWD likes the "new" smell Sonny, Phone 9141 andMessage ave CHAS ON' S Miidreda'Heath" outset.
i''i, Till INURIJ4CIORIDA 18, and Sis 19. are all aquifer Fed HiAway No. 1 Service Station raoDucn
L ( ) Phew 125 HI.
I Boy, bow they want to get their and'Jdnaen Road SWEETS Federal Iw.lr
J I r 'f, lands on that chariot and dsome P, O. Bn a Federal Highway P. a Area** p. a its sin _. GULF GASO
ffi I It Stuart, Fla. Rains BUg. 4th. 8t
I r"1' AB CT CO.JI strutting _
'II" t" 1 '' ; Dad Is Just an average citizen, _
: KENNEDY and his Is an average family He
:.r"1 $ rIT, FLORIDA had to do some penny pitching COMPLETE LET US [ -HOME BUILDING
r to make the down payment and Electric and Refrig See Jensen
Give Car
Yffur or
obligate for stiff payments tion SERVICE
h. ,; for the next 12 months, No Job Too Large A Cor*>lete Check Up IGBEE & SURE

;;;It I but a fellow just has. to havea Too Small PIPER MBCAIIV jp Uncle Billy, sez. ,
.. :, : KEa car, D WORTHAM TRY, THEM"
I \ \s's'V. Now lets shift the scene to aback KOBE SOUNELECTRIC HOUR SDAILY
1'l1:1' : ) ,,1 W yard on the other side of CO 0Pe C IW.M a.ak.a..tl"ans.. a, f-iln-ri l ,iilllllii Tmtm) .... Contracting ARE MORE
: town where Bill a high schoolboy and Repair
1// and his chum, Bob, are Day Phone Stadard Oil Co. P. O. Box 832 APT TO HVE It

'{'' II DI MIX souping up an old Jalopy they; Hobe Sound 3271 Eu" SERVICE STATION ''N.t""-", thing.ha goes te petIn Block Wet Palm
CRETE picked up from a Junk dealer. Nile Phon. IAU P. CHANDLER, 0... C Bridge On The lensen each
01i. some ways we've Improved r ,
With salvaged tires, odds and Stuart 185-J sl.wy Right
yI ends and maybe a bobby-pin or j
,B* mere 4e.yeanker think ti* -
two, they have created a mechanical .
I tl RF "'
4 NFORCINGT'EL 'h.t"less. -
1\, monstrosity which they yew gate* reoMveiiOn ,
j 1.4, I" are preparing to launch upon the Web Ordway Balleweea tbq.... new een- C Y e S RAY
I .1 S
I t public highways.To ,
them Is Just '- te partr here and there;
Jalopy as
fa RotorsAUTHORbED A -S. ; Goldeat Gate Camp.
i// ; hrllllng as the bright shiny new wber' _th' erchln went hefl- 0
t: I I I, LOCKS Dad his Cabin|& Trailer
: I III car Is to and family DEALER FOI
.. J jl' ", I Every cent the boys could rakeor j N ) beat and ton thing dp (for !alr| ADD wsm coer 1
I.ii' l'I' FORD Beer, and Gs yam. TO Yeue sees
\ )I : I ; ". STEE tL ALUMINUM scrape up for months ha I_ I 'memker enee, some yean ago a Eso n f sunwu
t .. Into It They have worked Sott1. r Served
\ ,' t .' gone; AND SUVIC1 e SHUTTB
f, ,. Q' ,'NDOwsMAS like beaver to make it run. DAY AND NITS a wagon! we then had; we left It S a SNRAY
Dad'! new car Is fully insured ESTIMATES SUSIUml
WRECKER SERVICE oot-Oh. tale f wee-4h'
: *
jj 'f'i i Being a careful business man he 21/, miles Stuart, Sunray StutterProduct
I :. \\i"11 RY WHITE saw to it that fire theft and BODY REPAIR IN STUART USE wee sore some bad; one wheel *
1'!, I ''f' RTLAND PHONE 9142 i JFed. Higktw No. I
I olllslon were taken care of but A TAXI ITS s
r ''T'I' r was hid, *ne! In a tree; th'tongue w.C.ARMO. .P.a ar
; and
f MENT he added liability property CHEAPERCHFORD'S
damage was .la a creek; th' king-bolt' ,
''I'P'' I d I. Phone 8 Fort Pierce Not so the Jalopy. The boy
/ 4A. ,wrapped, was nulled to me I
; ; had a hard enough time fiadipgji \ TRUEMAN I Come la For
t grinned, with. tongue .la cheek! r BE MARE

,, Fertilizer Tea, fan I It fun,, when yee AT' young we took 1t..In ear stride FAVORITE REC S aulloson w

vet TUXEDO I CAMP bat, teems to me It'a right far-flung:'these capers real, pie-eyed NEW GLORY
ji ur idle money FEEDS Courage* and Boat te ...., thing, ... damage stuff, and ralM "Old Merry f ." R.gnesti F'll oma w

ANDGENERAL UNC Of uJ RETAILood I think- Ito best, not quit se rough th' present way la swell! Usury


Bel For Sale A Little
2/ JACK MARTM. Mar AT BRIDGE Lyric Theatre B
., Per Ann .
i : Bay The Beit '
1 Stuart '
o A. Stafford .3TUA1SERVlc

InsuredSavingsAccounts Auto Camp GENERALELECTUO Stuart S Service Static

y The Federal Savings red Loan Insurance Corporation Modern Cottages Applianeee Ci sgisir ICE Kenneth Phone s n Formerly Wes'', i

Inaur* indivldua/accounts to $5,000. Husband And Trailer Court Kitebe Laundry, t + -Dependable 41 r Gas P
and wife ifay have tofal of $15,000, fully Insured Cabinet* \i an small A ) For any kind
t } First Felkral savljKS accounts are legal Investment ::: Boo:::, was 011 are Eadla Land S CoorteoM epairs 5 1 e
for Trust Anda an/vell Funds held Guardians I I LandacepingFreM
;, as by MARTS
o Bt art, da ELiI
I i Administravn a /Executors. l OU BLAIR Dbto HI.and BAKER. ELF IUC PHONE{ 149'. J ( ?' I
I Call or Write War Km SIS* P h 76 Pboas (N .q 'A F.d. Nos 8D

Foundation Floors, Plumblnc *V.Heating
Sa and Loan AssociationIndian ELECTRIC e' Tang
Driveways, Sidewalk, Sheet Metal
Blocks, Brick; Drain Mat Craail.. ar "Naes u
River CountJ'BEACJI Tile, Septic Tank HOTVOINTad B Ouse "IYITIIII I And.rfeeeaFeod* psis p''

r VEaVO FLORIDA In Fact WESINCHOUSE ..".. TsS ..... s.T_ ..... 1
1612.20 Street! Dial 2187 Everything in Concrete APPLBLNCES jp.e Of Marls. r Owg/ JI

G SeereUrr-Treasurer- EMERSOrl Coastraction' ART PLUMBING I t
W. Sedkwick, DUNTJLE
Men er Federas come Loan Bank and Federal iealstraetor van Taylor, TALCR 1 Bralth: The o

Savings an\Loan Insurance Corp. L U DECKER P. a: BOM 474 !wF"i.r ,

nt dividend r e. .. .. Box: .38 Phone 27.W ertler,OJ Beseb PHONE 104-1 Ies IflcM M-M : lfE9131J l *


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