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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: November 6, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Voice of An Ai.ierican Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life '
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THE STUART! NEWS, STUART Martin
County FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV '. 1M7 TRICE TIN: CI.NTS; (, J



raveny, McElfresh /-FLEES POLAND--..--- -- PROCLAMATION :
County Bridges Committee to Confer -
WHEREAS the 11th day .f -

Iohns' Elected November each year 'Is recognized I

$ to 3 a* one of the entsland-

J leg annual holidays, and With SRD Official Miami Tuesday ..I .

WHEREAS the people of

chool Trustee Posts America devotedly observe thisda ----...!.. .--.-' ---.- -- --. .. .. -. .- .
ROGERS TO SPEAK '

LiiiNiiiiiimiiiimMiiiHiiiimuiimiHiiiHiHi, iiHniiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiniitiCandida signing, as of the the anniversary Armistice of whichbrought the HERE NEXT MONDAY Jensen Draw Backers Told PROJECTS'COST f, :

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"Precinct .
a cessation of hostilitiesof
Tol.l Congressman Dwight U Rogers '

_-1 2 3 4 S 6hveny World War 1, and recently returned from a To Await Miami Conference IS ESTIMATED I.I.r i

88 if WHEREAS America participation European Inspection tour, will :
u. 30 21 11 8 32 203 In such conflict was for speak on "World Affairs. at a' -.- '
shins 90 48 34 18 12 17 special Chamber of Commerce '
30 249 the upholding and preservationof Jensen requests to the county gene Smith presented a plat ofLou :
JcEIfresh .. 110
u 28 26 4 8 11 29 program at Stuart Civics Center Commission for Immediate. $2,500,000
216 the Americas Ideals and principles action no and 121 of 171 aftd 300- ,
at I
emtt 15 Monday, Nov 10.
19) 14 39 10 9 1 107 p.m. for Installation of ,a new
ef democratic and constitutional President. Price French stat ft widths respectively which I
sunders 3 21 24 5 9 3 20 85 I drawspan In the Jensen Beach -,- )
rlrle '. 8 47 35 3 15 2 3 108 Government under;' ed that "this meeting public, Bridge were given an admonitionto would lubdlvidj them Into 98 Engineer Meets with Local : I

lion 15 31 24 8 39 11 5 which the American people live and the Chamber hopes to see wait until the Citizens Bridge lot of roughly one-quarter acre Group, Present flans, t
133 member and the
'Precinct 7 Port Mayaca andWHEREAS I every publicat Committee ha had opportunity each with two ealt-and-weat Data
,
"" unrcportcd) the American people large take advantage of the to confer with the State Road streets to be put In However | ;i
unofficial and Incomplete.) should devoutly again ob-i opportunity to hear the Con- ,
/ .5. Department official In Miami Commissioner A. B. 81ms urged The Martin (County Citirens !
LllllllllMllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimni ................... serve this holiday and all'' the'things (reunion*! representative* New i
..................''..''..."' "111111I11I11I11I11I11I u'u.hU for which It stand*. I officer will be installed next week. that the present toning ordinance Bridges Committee, ac.
I The requests- made J. on the Island be I
.. .. were by upheld
MAYOR PENCE NOW, THEREFORE, I Phil ---- : companied l by Sen Lvand.Crary .
(OMPLETE 1. Pltchford and W, B. TIlton at pending a meeting later with the I
HOENSHEL Pence! aVMayor of the City of
FILE the commissioner meeting at Island Committee. The ordIn- county attorney will ,I I
FOR I Stuart f1a., do hereby call RADIO
COMMISSIONMayor spinth WORRIES
STANISLAW MIKOUUCZYKMikolnjczyk I people of the City of Stuart the court house Tuesday after. ance calls for no lot to comprise confer with State Road Department ,:
noon. Both speaker: broughtout less than 1 acre. The two lola
Phil Pence former \icePrcm
ETURNS.SHOW whose term : to fully observe and respect such member H. p.
of office the let pf Poland and leader that the present span rapidly In question are about halfway
on of
City Commission
I holiday and &0' celebrate thebrae
op." SATISFACTIONS Is down the Fultz of this, the 4th district
I will end this reaching a point where It island formerly were -
filed
year yesterday ptaitinn to tint Gim In
country an !
I appropriate man- will be unusable and Installation owned by Col. A. S, and
afternoon with City Clerk mUllist-dominated, Government .er. DwIght at the} Columbus Hotel In i\ ;
EVY APPROVED L B Eurlt for re-election in the loam "fled abroad ",his PROCLAIMED this' 5th day of of a new one should be made lie between the Inman Estate on Miami at 7 ::30 1 p. m. Tuesday, ,
own '
newspaper TOLD I without delay before it becomes the north and Joseph V. Reed's'lote
primary balloting scheduled ROTARIANS to ask State '
aid
here November, A. O 1947 in the financing ",
In Warsaw
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Nov. 25.Joining. '' announced, too late. Both men spoke out on the sou'hAuthorisation.
Apparently he feared Internment PHIL PENCE for the proposed bridges to the of $500 of two new bridges from : ,
eva.. Saturday; Only 22 Pence In filing this At Comralsloner I
Cent of Voter week for the three commission and piMMlilo death at the hands Mayor I ocean from Stuart but admon- for County Assessor Clyde Cour- Stuart to the ocean and a ,
Per ATTEST
LB. El'RITAs A
Job to be of the Soviol-b.tckod Polish I. down-to-earth expression Ished the commission not to be son and $100 to County Tax Collector new drawgpan in Jensen ,
Turn Out open In the primary re- and !
Auditor i of
I City Clerk some of problem and satisfactions L. Bridge
was Paul Hoenshel I too late with action to relieve C. Klckllter for auto II'
who made gime. Seal) *
( that arise from th
application ,I Iradict the Jensen Beach situation traveling expenses was given by Tentative eAUmatrs are that ,
A at hall
top-heavy vote from city Monday --
business was given I by Charles Conrad a* spokesman the board upon suggestion of the triple.project will cost from
I ednct in Jensen Beach afternoon Action by Pence and I I
1
Douglas Silver, manager of Station for the Salerno Citizen Association State Auditor Robert Shaw $",225,000 to $2,500,000 ,
Hoenshel '
rrled L. I). McLlfre of bring to four the WIRA In Fort Pierce at I 1
number FBI Identifies Man Victim appeared to ask the commission Witham Airfield was made tax Engineer George S Brockway
strict R C. Johns of Ui now seeking the post the weekly noon meeting of Rotary I I i
for aid with road repairs exempt by passage of a resolution of W:st Palm Beach, accoinpanj
2 and W. C. Caveny of Previously Kenneth Stlmmel and at Chlsholms yesterday I In Salerno and removal and by the board I led by representatives of the ]t ,
Ict R. B. McPherson had 1
3 into office aa thee will be accepted until filed! mid-Filings Of 'Truck Collision Oct. 27The I ed Among his worries Silver restoration of the partially destroyed County Road Superintendent Em'rson: Cook Company pre* ,

< new trustees to the night Sunday ; problems entailing, list-I' city dock In that community A. A. Hendry, Jr.. was orderedto sented plans fla.a und tentative
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artin County School Board i advertising, listeners He was asked to list mall: minimum expendituresfor estimates here Monday nlRht 4) '

[cording to unofficial in- fully comprehend what U laid I the proposed improvement and labor to keep the ocean Crary, Bert Krueger Harry j

plete returns received bye 400 0 WARNED TO man apparently killed Instantly condition Barred any questionIng -\the'through half-hearted' attention, report back to the board. beach road open for traffic after Hok- Edward W;rd, Lane Jen- j 1

|i New last night. In a truck collision onVat I of him by law enforcement demands necessity of meeting public i A rejection at least! temporarily he reported recent tides have' lingo and Arthur Dehon of the J I
half official here before Mien Stuart for program type and was given by the board to washed additional sand over the i committee for: .
eaday' countywide election a mile north of the hospital the abundance of hill' billy a request for rezoning two lots road. Two bid for a new J *Panel (Ill) A St. Lode River bridge" .

found almost unanimous BUY LICENSESFOR southern boundary of Martin I Hatfleld, who was riding with bands In this sector I on Jupiter Island R C, Alley one for a new high pressure from Snug Harbor to Stwalla 1

royal for extension of theaent County' Oct. 27 wa Identified Parker, Is believed to have been Regarding the demands Silver I West Palm Beach attorney rep- spray pump for mosquito. control Point!,, with vertIcal lift, estlnntt- I !\ \

1-mill levy upon Which last week end a* Samuel George a hitchhiker probably unknownto said surveys snow the American resenting Blaine Webb and Eu- were tabled. : ed to coat $87.800. | ., ; I
board will operate for the FISH BOATSFour Hatfleld 1 public spends more time listening 12)) An Indian Rlm h'Iteo, >,. I
The
Identification was Parker Effort -- -- -- -- -------
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t two flatting Jan. 1, were being to the radio than for from ; ; : I IIV.mlle
yean made Saturday by the FBI In made this work by Johns Mortuary \ any. SwahisPuintacroosti' h; Ii!It
i. when the new trustee wUl Washington who to make thing else except sleeping and Art Exhibition I 1' waterway, estimated I I
reported he contact with possible AID BY COUNTY I
e office. Return from five hundred;; boat;;; owners are wa born May 24, 1802 In Ohio I relatives In Ohio. eating, Incredible as thla may Scheduled Here to cost $828388. I l: 'I

the eight precinct gave a delinquent In payment of State and hi, last known address was i Sander J. Lemon, year-old b*, he added. News programs, (Si Fill and excavations In the
-4 I approval of the 2-mlU Conservation licenses the surveys show rate No. 1 for I On Dec. 45The Indian River span of I
Department -, Marysvlllep Ohio, in 1943 ;.negro, operator of the MlapH ILLEGALTallahassee : consisting J :
: In Martin County, Earl Hiceu, Denson J. Parker of Fort vehicle was released on-$2,500'' Interest which account for the FOUND -- 300.000 Cubic yards and estimated -
e ltnuU**ot.Intolali were chief' enforcement officer for Pierce, seriously Injured In the bond Friday after a manslaughter large number of them offered, arts and craft branch of to c out $ 7,ROD. :

Wved! from all but Precinct this district, warned today. accident was considered sufficiently chare wa* filed against him. Silver explained I the Fine Art Guild Inc. will New paving of 35500 square I

n Tort Mayaca where Clerk "All boats used In fishing he Improved to warrant his No date ha been set for a preliminary However tie brought out,WIRA Nov -Counties present Its first annual art ex yards would cost $60,350; ooo I I I

floss Oartland reported only aald, '"e I the r. commercial or removal to his home In Fort hearing for him, Judge also has made survey to determine -\ have no authority to contribute I hlbit here Dec. 4 and S; Erwin lineal of culverts $4800; 29000 I
tll i persona voted during the what Items are of the most i F. Johnwlck. lineal feet of
pleasure must buy these State Pierce Friday afternoon. His A. R Clonta reported toward the of chairman of the curbing and head- ,
money expenses
which a* a result will not IIc.n e.." Interest to the area It serves, ,_. .. exhibit. announced vMtnrdav ers $29.100: 1.2nn llnnul IWt it I
t> the (tSndlngs when the The fee for boats owned by OSCEOLA AVE. These show hurricane warningsto en.tee.""Attorney", u'amaKC General.'UU1 cumm-J. Tom I The exhibit tentatively is -*:II h!.' steel l' shrct piling; $48000: ;;'4:- Si; "- '

Ita are known her The residents: Is compiled thusly: add TAVERN SOLD PLAY TICKETS be of top Interest, with local I Watson ruled, In th) case of duled to be held *t the Civic 270 fet of timber bulkheads I''

will be canvassed by the length and beam, and If this Is football ganvj broadcasts a close I Okeechobee County. Replyingto I Center pending approval of the $85400; administration, I legal I, \ ,

[loot Board Saturday morning less than 20 feet there I Lt no tax. Merrlman Tavern on OeceolaAv second and local news report a I an (Inquiry from Tom Conely, City Commission engineering lees $191907, brlnjt I
he) court house but 'if over 20 feet the tax II challenging third. I The show will be divided Into bog the total cost of tile two 'l '
., owned and the I county attorney! for Okeechobee i
aveny and McElfresh, wholIhed $1 1.05 for for the first 20 feet plus .,,operated SALE TO START Radio's principal satisfaction County, Attorney General Watson six classes: oil, watercolor black bridges to $2111068If t
7 behind John In total 20 cents a foot after that. past several years by James R Is the unquestioned assurance ,declared there Is no authority : and white pastel bas rllcf and bascule spans are used Instead t I

i received both were a'etI Non-residents who use a boat Merrlman, ha been'purthasedby that a service Is being rendered for th: commission to contribute I sculpture Blue ribbon awards of vertical lilts this figure l : I

I re-election a* was O H Til- for fishing salt waters In any Edward S. Coyle of Jamaica, NEXT WEEK the community, Silver said as $150 toward meeting part will be made In each class by would be hiked $60000 It was 1 & ,

I of Kobe Sound who finished manner must pay $25 for a non I.. L.N. Y..lt wa announced this he emphasized to his audlenct I of the expenses of a clmmlttee\ I three competent Judges to be said 'il I
[back In fourth place. All resident licenses In addition to 'week. Although the deal has that he felt his station could do i of 15 citizens, organized to work I named later The St. Lode brldg would be ,; (, i
e are Included much more In and for Martin : Entry blank which must accompany I without lime I
In the present the above U. non-resident Ticket at CO cents;; for 255 unreserved -i 'out a better drainage programfor causeways en gIn.
trustee elected prior to wishes to tell his. fish, he must been assured official papers will seat and $1 for 70 reserved -I I County than now la being accomplished the Klsslmmee River valley I each offering for the mere found that the river bo torn I
| recent consolidation of the J obtain an additional $5 license not be signed until Monday. It seats each night will Radio play an Important and Lakj Okeechobee regions exhibit will b; available at Walk- at that point consists of muckor II

nty* three special tax dis- "This law will be'enforced" was reported last night by Coyle on sale next week for Joseph go part In a community Martin County Clerk J. R I era Jewelry Store, LaPolnte silt for a drpth of S3 feet below -1 t
Into life today, Silver asserted. with ,, ,Jewelers In the Victory Arcade water for the entire width, n
one countywide dl.'e said Rlcou, estimating that less brother-in-law who acted aa Intermediary Kesselringa famed play "Ars I Pomeroy reported no funds have ,
for Edward Mapps real estate of- of the river I I
than 200 of the (00 craft believed In the transactIon. ,mole and Old Lace'* to be presented service potentially possible I been paid out under the County Causrweyi are ". I
day* turnout wa low a* eligible In the county are Purchase price was $5,500, It was by the Fine Arts ,Guild such group as the P-TA schools, i iI I Commission recent motion authorizing I flee in thy Post Office Arcade deemed Impractical fyerl piling I
rally expected. with only properly licensed. said at the high school auditorium churches and civic clubs I ( a $500 contribution by and at Johnwlck office at the would be driven to the solid!, rock, f"

I Christian to apply at of these The for the Indian
one proposal
voter In the county m.rch- licenses' may contact him by York City fireman for leVeralral'll Tickets will be available with Science future action by the commission I ji
|to the polls Heaviest voting phoning 1M or writing Box 847. but now has selected Stu- i member of the Guild and at Programs on WIRA 1:1 Is underlain I' centers may write John wick at River bridge Is for long stretches I S
Box Stuart Continued
in Jensen Beach and In --Penalties he laid "range art for his permanent home. His various business house a list I Mornings "Let me say I can C for blanks ( On Faff _tif.ht: )- f I r

Precinct 2 where more from minimum of $100 fine to wife and four children will follow of whIch will be given next week Sunday ate the Importance ATTEND CONFAB CIVIC ASSOCIATION .
100 voted In each ease six months." him here he IIab" munity of luch a ftl1apprecl-1 '
$500 and a lOOn aa Reservations for either night ,AT ORLANDO MEETS IN SALERNO
i wa high In two pr'!cncU He added that the department ", to secure a residence Anew may be made with Mrs. Walter I I II Special Christian Science pro-I Attorney General ", H B. Kraft and Rep Marvin : .
[second In four other 're- Intends to enforce the no-net name' for the tavern has F Davey.:telephone 86. The Idea I I grams will be heard every find no authority In H Rowell attended the, Keep The Salerno;; Civic .Association'

"gnplete. ting rule within a mile of the not been agreed upon yet It was Is a change from the OuHds day morning over Station said County Commissioner to Florida Green confereno at Or- mot last Wednesday evening at
.official .return.will Inlet. laid first dramatic effort and was : Fort Pierce from 8:30: to (45: i make such a contribution, how I lando Tuesday as representativesof t at the school house PresidentCharles ): f

10 The stain new.week. .---.... --- adopted to facilitate late-com- Under Joint sponsorship of the ever worthy the cause may be." the,Martin County area. I Conrad presided Plan J j I
:. ers who wish to avoid a seat Christian Science Society of Stuart ------- --- .. were made to secure a fire I truckfor 1 I '. !

Phone Firm Laying Coaxial scramble President H.'R. Stef the Christian Science Society Salerno. Plans were made S'' I
[CEES'TO HOLD fen explained of Fort Plerea and the First Kitching Urges WashingtonBe and carried out to clean trees i

FIE HAWKINS : Rehearsal for the production Church of Christ Scientist, Vero I and shrubbery off the sidewalkon i ,

CE Cable Here Plans to Build under the direction of Mr*. Florence Beach Main St. near the cannel'J'I'
NOVli5 DeBerry were held three Told of Waterway NeedsCommodore which has been.impassable sincetne J !
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this week hurricane sept 17 Each
night and are scheduled
die Hawkins dance, dur- within since this cable actually CLEANUP SET MONDAYA I week will have a c-anup| day
Work now under way plated Moeday through Friday
board of directors
lOch the
request by -
Prepared the men to defend are warned the City of Stuart by the Southern -' use only one of the four ducts night 's the school I next weekThe of Fern Hill Cemetery Stanley Kitching tn; answer to'an Inquiry a* to until the rubbish, 1 removed ,
your-i and Telegraph cast Includes 14 Guild mem of Stuart, chairman of the Board how --
"Veil Telephone the 12 foot
The could
will be held- at the" Log cable principal purpose was Issued today to all lot holders objective
of Commissioner ot'the' Florida
i : 1 Company to lay coaxial hers, to furnish help for a cleanup best be I
tinder the auspice of the cable through the county is a la supplement present long Inland( Navigation District and achieved. Commodore," THE TIDES
fr Chamber, of Commerce effort at the cemeteryMondayall : Kitching ha stated that "the
Y.15. link In the 300-mUi leg from distance circuits" and to Insure 4 EARN PRIVATE day prior to Armistice Day Commodore of the St Lode '

ee prizes West Palm Beach to Jacksonville constant communication during PILOT LICENSES Tuesday Holder. are asked River Yacht Club cite greater most effective mean would be flesh aol tow MW' far Ik. f :Lori.lnl .
will be for
given: The cable activity In the district effort found In l for th. wwh mdint N ,
and another piece In the storm present comprises senda keeping Washington officials '* II
,1& male costume the best either to held personally or i r.un Hunter Tim" r. sn.a.
r
network A. B Dobb four coaxial tube each Paul D. procure/ assistance. In deepen. Pdnl .*....... .
line nationwide Wltham H. Davidson worker U help preferably constantly aware of the "44 I N w II fM k >ht
costume and the best ..... .. ...,. ..
the Florida
Stuart telephuonsoffice with a capacity of 480 telephone ing Intracoastal Wa- ni I In low c.w4yOce : .
.et couple. Music will, be manager of the Henry Frisble and Elvlr Stossel i bringing along some cleanup from Jacksonville problem and alma of the Florida br. W. II. .......IL '
explained this we k. circuit usable for conversation earned their licensee tsrway to Miami -
lied private pilot equipment Someone to direct
by Shelden Baker andchestri Inland
I Navigation District" jw.
to
an over-all of 12 NW
depth
i starting at I p. leon -. The east coast portion from thus providing for a maximumof during October- here It wa the efforts will be at th) cemetery ,At the .... P... A.II, pie.Ns. .
Palm Beach wa* 120>> circuit open for \use at announced this week by the all It announced present time the Navi.gation
i will be Miami to West day, waa feet.The ,
f 1 for a single I S 8, .... ,
one time. The cable. also maybe Beach I present Florida Intra District ha property ,41 1.11. 0's
Palm Aero .
i and U. O for couple. completed early thIS year, Dobbs Corporation'sflying N. C Iae, .15ev. sea'
> dance committee Include *ald. and this portion to Jacksonville used for television and radio school at Wltham Field >STUART110TEL'S coastal Wterwayof. only 8- right or guarantees of tame for ::: a iis,
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's:: : 1m u. _
man Jerry LaPolnte, Ken- U scheduled for completion -, networks. A spokesman for the firm report DINING ROOM WILL foot depth connect with a 12- all lands along the water rout : : iCe ,
$tlmmell early In 1948 lIe route' Supplementing the cable from considerable Interest being REOPEN SUNDAY foot canal stretching from Jacksonville ''N... is ':U iso 1\7" 1.1,
Douglas ,Urqu- necessary for the, 12-foot,, Improvement N... '1 VII, 1,15 iSO, 550.
to Boston Yachtsmen
Dr. C.' M' FoeX Danny north of hers Include Fort West Palm I Beach to Jacksonville taken In the) weekly spot- Stuart Hotel dining room'will
Irvin Kanarek aqd John i Pierce, Vero Beach, Orlando, Fa-I will be 41 separate repeater landing contests being held at be open Sunday, Nov< I, under coming down fr9m the North The stage la set fora
pnnlnger, latka and thence to Jacksonville stations, one of which will be the"airport Sunday afternoons.Three the supervision of Martin Pal- ,'often! have to put out to sea at new era in Florida Roil Coast l. THEillTHERPOI' \
located here, 'Dobb*' reported. priie totaling $50 were hoff owner-chef of famous Jacksonville In order to reach yachting_when ship of major

END HEAUNQ Only within title*. Dobbs ex. Because the company own ,no awarded by the corporation Breeiy Point Inn, ;Hlllsboro. X, Miami if thelf craft exteed the :size can proceed from Boston to sla wn.5mn' uo _.. b. ''
'tor' Bran Crary Repre- plained I II the cable being laid building here a larger than ordinary the three flyer with the largest H, O D. McQuade owner, an 8-foot draft limit /Imposed by Miami without once turning out I *>k. N' 5.os'U 5. mtlMr 'Moo T.7.itr ,
P'* Marvin H. Rowell May. In four-duct We conduits In order station will be built hereon number of flying hour during nounced. Palhoff has served a* the existing Florida Waterway to lea. It only remains for Congress ici. aiwrt, vi.. '

f II Pence and CommlssionT to protect It from any future property owned by the company October. ,Awards went to Clarence chef at the George Washington !1 The Florida Carat project toact favorably on the I Tnveo.ua.re. aes.u.S.ense'Mo. ,

T sinu and O. IX Quln- digging; that may be done opposite lie present officeat Cook, $15; J. R. Troxell$15 Hotel, West Palm Beach, Royal originally approved by President appropriation now earmarked on 00,15 '
[ attended a flood control In, the cltlea. In rural area East: 3rd 8t and South Akron and U: A. Rosbury, f 10 Palm Club. Miami Bankers Roosevelt In 1839 and still on Washington book at $19.000,000 OM., SIN.r "'.::r ::

l>I before Genera Fleming the cable I II buried! Within a minimum Ave The building to be SO by Trust Co, New, York ,and at Washington list of approved for a five-year construction N t|. ::: : '
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court house In West Palm of protection, be said. The n f U will house coaxial tepeater RANKING HOLIDAY Kungsholm Swedish Re urant projects, cannot be undertaken plan. A grant of 83,000000 la ...... 11
tjhla mornlnf ReaulU a* four-duct conduit are used to equipment only and is ex* As next Tuesday I Is' Armistice In New York In prospect la .Introduction .until Congress appropriate the 1848; would get the project start ,N..... .11 ,
tooted thl-eotnty werealibI.9 Insure against any future ex- pected to be finished. early!:In1M Day, the Citizens Bank of Stuart of smorgaasbord. on actual funds necessary for the'. ed and carry through for the iNCISES

i. ; press. ttmiC ., pansion that might be content- <, Dobb stated.':t will:take a oIlda,. the .hotel'* cuisine, ,'wok, first year o.k at 'to SASNFAU.'f6 '..!'
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,,1 ; A .1N t 'SPORTS T t'==--=- ASSOCIAITION! MEET SHOW OPENS TOMORROW ..

: Bow 240'Sri --- The Martin County High Orlando,
Tigers Nov, 26,
t ,: Vets Win By 20-0 School Athletlo Association met with --Be6lM

''t.. : Shipes .Has .431 I Pass Mark at discuss the high routine school lait preparations night to elimination racesrowaernoonatapnu,, toJnor,, Sill, '

for tomorrOw night fame here Annual Quarter Howe I
: ( Delray Beach against Pahokee Show will be Sal ai*.*
I Ferguson Leads ScorersBy In Fort Pierce under way' I

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It >i. > Pahokee Here Tomorrow Night at 8, Now Under Personal SunervUmn.---;-.. -v.t ; r
ED MENMNGER, JR.
Fathers pleted 11 of the M pastes he EARL B. DUGAN,
: t Bert Clements to Be Honored ,
The Stuart Veterans, grounded by Endlcott on Columbus Day, OKEECHOBEETO threw during. the evening for Owner 1

\ I \. Ithe,}; now ars back on par with their performances, The Miami 1U yards, tossed to Horace Arnold -
t 1" )passing ability of Dtliay Hoach Hitch School'sJ tor one extra point and Hal s. LUCIE
Naval Air Station was the first to submit In the Vets' recovery BAR
.fimSi .
J ) JMItr proved/ too much for Martin County Hijrhliool converted another from placement
campaign and Fort Pierce became victim No. 2: last week. Okee- PLAY HERE
j"!" which ilioppod a 24-0) j. and Beach Tuesday are ( next potential
I t l Ii ,,\ r4,(' tl ttkStimrt: : :;; ''11 thitd: defeat in five Urt/> this fall. chobek Saturday Fumbles and shoddy blocking I LUNCHEON AND OINNtH .
_._ victims. mark the scoreless first
Quar- U 1* SUFHVUION or ANDY TJn I
". I \ Home with apaln a this determination week and Imbued to be 1U thoughts (far Its inured As much responsible for this revival as anyone has been'speedy SATURDAY NIGHT ter In which/ the hOlts made % OPEN SUNDAYS t

:' : '11\11\ a cunifbui'k, the! Tigers Will center tar, Bert Clements. who Warren Shipes whose deadly passing kept victorious Endicott back their only serious threat. Star Line of Choice LIQUORS J WNES'
Its heels all afternoon and baffled both Miami and Fort Pierce with of j
Ing a
1 tarl the second. halt pf their has been, hospltalbrd In Miami on recovery a punt 4
I ; : ,\ :i; anon as hunts to Invaluably. tor the post three weeks with .a Red Raiders. The figures below tell the whole storyant : Vets Trip 'to Vro Tuesday, fumble by Ed Williams, Fort rid CORDIALS -I.;
,
\ 4 t Paliukee! broken leg suffered In the VeroBeach I F*<, 'I VOC TM"Shlpes Pierce used an offsides penal
J -truuK The l isscheduled Miami Sunday Hall
I game )
.. 3 58 25 431 10 278 3 and two plays to sweep 50 yards
contest here' TomorrowWill
I it for 8 tomorrow
I i I \\1"1 oh\ the high school Held. night. J be Bert CI'ments I Day, and i Hardwlck 3 7 3 429 :3 51 0 CetsgTDs to the Stuart 12 However, at
at each gate during tomorrow i W, Rein 3 11 4 .333 I 108 .1 this point a sudden attack ot
,I ; Twu factors arc present to Invoke nights lame boxes. will be placedto Stiller 1 1 0 000 0 0 0 Inept t and Inconsistent bad passing from center eventually -

i I \ team special Fathers efforts of! by memb the.,Issue take .'C lleetlon to help defray -I (Legend: O...-{antes; PA-passes attempted; PC-pass's completed through most of a ragged cost Fort Pierce 43 yards III Our nncere
rs of
., first half the Stuart Veter- Stuart took tanks
downs
t both) twins t will be honor !wui.st ; expense on Clemenls' hospital : PI-Passes Intercepted, YOP-yards gained on passes; over on on
I bills The cher leaden will gridiron rebounded the home 48
) ans crew
and "will, Hit In special lk'ttlul1"'f' : ) TOP-touchdown\ passes)
/help In this cause at halftime 1 ,with overpoweringaerial Three plays later Stuart recovered -
IIn the field, fathers of the 8U an To tho who suplorted us so wf\\ in our initial
when. both the Stuart a fumble on the Fort ef
and Pa -
''I offensive in the last
aft pll'Pl'I: will meet. In -he !ynina liokee bands will purade Martin County High School halfback BUI Ferguson tops Pierce IT Shlpes passed 7 yards fort to secure a tVturn match Jetween the Stead
'i\ to date. Three touchdownsand
esrprU
I by I the community gridiron scorers
to Paul .End.I.tt
Hardwlck and
.then Veterans and Y. *
hundred N.
Several additional( came f< tball teams
1 I th Ir loin
suns to their waU Fort' Pierce Veterans 20-0
At have been Installed an extra point make him No. 1 with 19 paints. The Vets on six successive line smashes with
I I I seats ot the
halftime day's dance at the lighthouse
\ a isiwflnl prorram h'>n- local' field to fadllUt- what Is fullback Charles Hall took ever second place as a result of the the high school field' in Fort Hall breaking over from the on ifit a completely lea

\ ': '1\; orlna playing fathers field will be liH l n" (tar' I, expected to be a record crowd tort Pierce scrap with H points' These standings ibow: fierce Friday night. foot line for the first score cessful venture. Yfir loyal pf ronage of our turn '

I: //' J ; 'AdmlHslon prices will hold e. 80 TIGERS VETERANS The victory was the Vets' sec. Snipes passed to Arnold who wu is much appreciated

( 'i: _. Smarts second Incentive willi|cents for adult and. 40 cents fur Ferguson _....... ._ 19 Hall .. '," ._._... _.__.__14 ond straight as they looked forward alone In the end lone on a fake

I.. ... --. ---.--- .-.---. Tucker .:... .. 1J F Rein .._ .__..". ._...,......__IS today to meeting three foes placement play for the 7th point ..

i j' o' Whittle ... __ ..". 7 W Rein.. ._.._.... ._..___UCadd ,within nine days starting Saturday Early: In the second halt Stuart -

Invite Your Friends To'Sailsport .. ___.___..-.0 rillon _.__..... ......._,_II Tb Okeechobee Vets will took over on downs on its The MartiJ CoiAty Veterans

Titus ._ _. ...._._._...._._ 1 Hardwlck .._ ___._ t plat field here at 8 on the high .school own>33 and kept poasel8loD'of: I Ii
p.11Saturda" the until Hall
I I ___._ ball? charged over II
I Arnold 1 Two road trips are on tap the last stripe 14 plays later Athletic A/sod/ a lion
Restaurant 41 next week, Vero Beach will be from the yard line to raise tb I

54 mt there at I p.m. Tuesday and count to 13-0, A duplication 01 I
N the following Sunday.. Stuart the first extra nnlnt nlav faJlutt
1 Just South of Frarirr Creek Bridge on U. S. I The high school cheerleaders whb contribute so much toward will play a return tut with .the Hall recovery of;:tumble on

Stuart fans to bolster the team morale each game Include Sara I Miami Naval Air Station there I the Fort Pierce 40 the stagefor

FOR Roth, Barbara Stewart, Sara Roberts, Ola Ricardo and Fay June that afternoon at 2 p,m. the evenings last official

Reddish Vero Beach and Titusville are the only unbeaten Little Is known here rlardlnll score Walter Rein faded baokon The Font Vehicle That
I I' A REAL HOLE COOKED MEAL teams the ara today The Indians, who scalped Stuart three the respective strengths of the. the first play and heaved to I 1
Okeechobee and Vero although
Fred Rein
who
was camped on
weeks ago, have won six straight while the Terriers who'will entertain
\' I TRY OUR Stuart next week, have won four and played two ties Okeechobee had a d'cld- the sideline on the ancient 1 1I d
I DWCIOIJ"t' STEAKS "
ed edge on Fort Pierce when 1 It sleeper play, Fred took the Works 12 Months Year
,. ) Belle Qlad'S Lions Club U taking the lead In seeking to provide played a 8-6 tie there Oct. 25. shot on the 10 and scored unmolested I a I 1
i OR that city with a public swimming pool The East!: Coast Golf Admissions here will remain at Hall* kick made i It' i
.
: SC/V/ League, in which Stuart may be a member next year,, has completed $l for adults and M cents fostud"nU 80-0,
FOOD a successful. season Five country clubs In this area par- I The standing lineups and sta I'

'I: I : BCNJAMIJl CODDARD. Prop. ticipated Stuart fans outnumbered those for Fort pierce at Warren Shlpes' trusty passing .'t la tics. :, l

the game there Friday night arm and the Inevitable ground-' Smart ....I.'orI ,.....
_. .. .... .... .
llnff bIllU. nf (_T.etw Hal! r. M4 LK HflUlltalilfl
I n ; ...,.. LT s ._.....1JI
tudents INDIAN GIVER CONfl'ENC': ; and Walter Rein eventually belie LCI Yw..
Coach Charley Kindred was W L ,... TI' OPTkellh snapped the Stuart team out ot WWI..,.. C B.._
worried today on starting lineup 1 1 1 1 I.555... as a5 11N.es 1rw. its early lethargy to achieve an I A..b.. II.".... 110 11'1'' 1>0.1'.d..lla. ..._
We changes A principal blow 1.001 5M,10mn Important triumph over. Fort Tilt.. liE 11..11. ...
Sell t : :: .
I an9 Repair to the team i all season has be'na ::. ..,. .:.515 55k.0.a.M Pierce. Hall accounted for Btu N.rd.ld 5,55 118 Co CMhs musts
/ .0 I .HS 51cv
consistent outcropping of in- : 1..1Ii. .1 5 .... a III arts first two scores on power I I. s150ua IIIIB DoS..,..
I ; MAYTAG W liabilities with tackle Charles LAST FRIDAYS RESULTS plays through the home team H.ll. e5.. sec
seen by
,. 'j:1: : SHlNp MACHINES H.lm, area 14 a..... 5. trUu QuMltri
+ Boggess missing the Delray games ....llf. Id llroteto. f, line while Rein flipped 30 yard Blurt 5 r I-II
S 1 a good example and Kindred; "'>..... II, Mu < .llj. 4Ml to brother Fred for the las PYr1 Plan* 0' 1 1- .
I (4MI4 Yrlhuun. ,. It .... .. ...
in .
We till uncertain whether h> will touchdown Shlpes, who com Kk-.t" 4u.ni.N.I ,. .. ... .11 4
( ) : Sell and Service OktKkubn t LoII.IIItir I.TOMOIlIlOW'S -- !' it (r u (s.b .yo MY..I.olt..d
be usable this week -- '
"' '1<...1110 l .( Fort fkK GAMES. H. :.:::. :::It: ..
: MYE S P MPS In addition halfback Bill Fete "I'.005... .t ....... LOCAL GRIDSCHEDULES Ida. pm.Mw : ; .
1 ..... ..... .
.Uh..h. ,
;uson has been lost for the .t C. :: rso. : : k
WI" e.aM a .
: ; and carry a opmplrfe- line of parts season when he moved this week: I 0 -.MhPao....t..HHtawM....5 t pun: 4ts.Wn s 1

: to Hempstead, N, Y.. and full- -r n.k.rn P'.wbk. .. ... ... 4 5. 5 5
., back John Oadd Is expected to B-TEAM GAME POSTPONEDThe b. r..Yla' nt..r.... .
,#, 1 : Sea Ua/For// see little or no action as a result P..iI.. : I 1
I ] I of knee and hIp Injuries Stuart-Eau Oallle High 545 ...Peenbhe. ..l0 55A.k : # II II.1'z
School B-team scheduled
game a
: suffered during the week.
: past VETERANS
SANI-WAY here yesterday afternoon
f DISPOSAL I U'IITSI Kindred has directed his drills postponed by agreement, Coach was Endlcott, N. Y. M, Stuart 14. ;
toward better defense and .
pass Charles Kindred Stuart 21, Miami NAS ..
reported and
sharper tackling this week both' : YOUR +.
..
: wlU be played in December, and Stuart 21, Fort Pierce
of which were weak In !
points Nov I: Okeechobee, here a
Vero Beach B-team
will
play the I
; x L: elray) ;' i Stuart Bs here at 7:30 p m next NOT 111 Vere Beach, then. /A WEDDING 'lk'
EGERSTROM'S
: JkI
E Fathers Day Is being sponsored Wednesday, Nov 16: Miami NAB there r 6
( yCW. Long and his Sailfish NOT. tl: Okeechokee, there.
I It All { Chapter of Future Farmers of I NOT. IT. W. Palm Beach, here.
Kinds .
of Mac Work. 'GATOR ACTIVITIES SET STERLING m
Plumbing j
,' .. ,9e America at the school. The FFA 'n.. aa. I'.dltt h.._. c 1
'I 1 ,I '/. Phone 158.J.3 Jensen Beach, Fla. Is In charge of the concession A pre-game pep rally and parade Dee: 13':-Fort-Pierce- here
J and a committee was named to and a post-game "gettogether" I' Dee 10: Vero Beach hen. SrfertJYow 4-WHEEL )RIVE \
: JeeT
r ,.'j make preparations for the day. dance an on schedule
,
,1 Dec. 111! Melbourne, here :-
\ \. ,,I Donald Tarry, a member of the Saturday for University of FlorIda Jan. It I W. Palm Beach, there j 11
",, ,t tt t\\ SPA and senior class president, alumni and visitors In Jack .J... II: Melbourne, there. UNIVERSAL
t i leaded this committee. tonrllle for the Georgia-Florida .
Duringthe
: "! I'' r I ( tentative.)
is l Enjoy YourFAVORITE tome refreshments will I be football gam i
I I % ,I Ii served the fathers PTA Job
I' by mem BIG HIGH SCIIOOL Spreads Ks 'Cost vet More ,,
I If ; DRINK IIOMECOMING DUE ,
i I I' f ben In official uniform. Belle Glade 21, Stuart ..
i IA b Following the contest in DeLand, Nov. 8..:Stetson University I. Stuart 13, Okeechobee I.'
f i I From OurBAR which Pahokee will rule\ as a la preparing::: for the big Vere Beach 26, Stuart *. ,.wy. No idll Isons for the [venal "Jeep"k work

,( "A slight favorite, a dance sponsored -,' gest homecoming In Its history I Stuart 22, Ctewkton 13. lot you |real''round. 'U12V& h 4-whwl drive and loJeep"
by the junior class of the high Not, 14 and 15. Highlighting
!
Delray Beach 24, Stuart (, tractor
When does
fr
diii your
school will be held at the Log the homecoming will be the NOT 7: Pahokee, hen lion lkeMedic buying ifel'y1w pollro. speeds mph up,

I Cabin honoring members of game with/ Presbyterian College NOT 14: TUusville then, to he su. ysa' lee'yoewant ight-.o u.n work I i breaking the gr ind to nsrvejtlng Shift

''I I both teams Entertainment will -- NOT. 21 i Cocoa, here. thinking airs, sue wedding Into 2 I drive and ave a vehicle that haute
Prepared B be furnished by the! juniors CANADIAN SHOW PLANNED NOT 28- Melbourne, there. us.,sow, Let gkvyo5n the you
i bes4it d our e. a.dvl4 I with 4-wheel drive Ss;
whose president ls Jess Quigley Toronto Nov d Canada will Dee, I.; Fort Pierce, there of tnl4 at highwiy ifvhcn
YHN e.peri in
Dance proceeds will be devoted have a national sportsmen show helping rely toads sof The power
t tekkaohs..the 'Isew.ely, on art i ii >c slippery.
i1 TommyTASTY to the Clemen:* fund. of major proportions March 13- DODGERS
WIN PLAT SUNDAY belt-wPhi
A led the school take o gives i you up to- ip on the i ,
.1\.1I\ parade by high 20, comparable In Interest, scope The Stuart Dodgers won their
!' \ band and the cheer leaders and and purpose to the largest exhibitions 14th game of the belated season Morton elers lot power jobs. Lef ui bring s'J P"0"/ "'t.your

I i I /I II II DELICIpUS SANDWICHESDancing Including the entire student of this kind which have beating the Belle Olade All-Stars Ice tad show yon many }obi it will da
15 ''r I body of the junior and senior become so popular throughout (-7 here Sunday afternoon They 101 N, 2nd $t f t Pierce
high schools Is scheduled tomor- the United States In recent will play a return game there
{ 'l WHEN TRAVElING SOUTH STOP row afternoon to Initiate festivities years next Sunday
i AT for this clash The group
will form at the school at 2:30: ,
{ I TOMMY'S BAR march down East 4th 8k and up CLINTONEWAX I)

to Haney Circle. down Osceolato "
St. LucIe Ave and then to the 4/J DcmoMfraftien far*
"yI Your
11 q 12 Miles fouth of Stuart FOB YOUR CAR ITS SWAYED ON. Lo f
5.i '4l CLOSED 5UI OAYS TILL DEC, IIS railroad platform for a 20-min-
S iiJl tl'o.. r.d Hi.b..r i Hwn, e a s.. 5. Ie N.ddrbe H. S.Y.flJ .- I ute pep rally. It will leave down Enters all cracks and creviceslasts longer.
"
'1 k" -- _Flagler and back to the school. "r.ULF PROD/CTS
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Tint STCART. KITTS, STCAflt martial County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY! | NOT, 6, 141 PAGE


lEo"CIAL NEWS and' New 'Item office for this befor paper* noon must ea Wednesday reach the newspaper i

Happenings, t O''J.tthe WEEK IN STUART Borne-MRS.Telephone MARY M-W HARTMAN.-SocUty Office Editor none IM 'Jjt! t I


Bhlller wa home frome PENCE SISTERS I I
Tommy HAVE :MISS ALTHAIRE HALL NEW PASTOR AND WIFE CLEMENTS UNDERGOES f
of Florida to spend JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY Club rl
University Country I HONORED AT SHOWERA HONORED AT TEA OPERATION IN MIAMI YOU CAN'T GO WRONG .
week end WIth hit parents Mr. and Mr*. Phil Pane entertaIned 1 prenuptial shower was given the J'l'' ". Wallace H. Sterns, : !

i,jAMen Beach.11I11"11I111111111I1111111111111I111111I11I1. at their"rlvertront; home To Stage BallThanksgiving in honor of Miss Althair Hall new pastor of the Palm City Bert Clement, Martin County hen You .

/ l l on Atlanta Ave. Sunday after of Robe Sound Tuesday alight at Church and his wife were hon- High School player who suffered I

I cm a Candidate noon to celebrate the birthdaysof i the Joe Constance home on East ored at tea Sunday afternoonby a broken leg In the opening game Visit Our Store Me<| Our Efficient Staff and Sf the It., '

fo two of their four little daughter 5'.h8t Miss Phyllis and Miss Jo Mr. and Mrs M R. Cart- of the season, Underwent an operation Large Variety ol Merchandise Boujht: to it; ,

*. Mary Ann wu B last Thursday Anne Constance were hostesses.A wright at their Bessey Addition on the limb'Saturday our Need. 1
Co 'ssioner and Blanchle was 4 Sun color scheme of pink home. Other guests were the morning at Jackson Memorial '
ity pastel
pn
Highlight of the'Thanksgiving Hospital In Miami. Dr. John \ :
mnicipal day / social festivities will be a formal and blue was* used with floral Rev and Mrs. W. O. Aldridge, Burch, orthopedic surgeon, reported BESS H RDWARE O.. 'I''
te
abject to A varied assortment of favors ball Nov 26 at the Country Club arrangements of pink hibiscus the Rev. and Mr*. R H. Jones, hit condition to be "highly \ ,
primary': Tuesday, and merry-makers were distributed .: with dancing from till I on the and blue blgonla. Mrs. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin, satisfactory." Oaceola Aye. Box N. hone 11 ,

Nov 25, to the guests who play i new terrazzo floor of the club Bartlett won the prize for the Mrs. Marian Ballou risk and Bert' mother Mrs. 'Hubert I
patio, The Palm Beachers orchestra Clements, went to Miami Thurs-
ed games until'' the beautiful i scrambled word contest. Refreshments Mrs, Anna B. Day. ,,1:1:
R. B. McPlERSON has been engaged forthe I day and remained there with "
birthday cakes were lighted occasion Mr. and Mrs. L. of tee cream and her brother's family, the John A. '
I'
(Paid P.51)1, AdolIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII when to the greeting two honoree songs were "sung' M. Johnson: will be In charge of! cake were served. PATIO C. H.URn RUE HOMEA GIVENAT Hazards, until' Sunday night. "Seninr Theatre 11 !
Illlllllltllllllllp I arrangements for the Club Auxiliary The guests Included five West Her husband Joined her Sundayto Martin Stuart'
i
1 Palm Beach friends of the honoree Halloween patio party was spend the day with his son. R1 ,
',111I11111111I11111I11I1 nnulllIIDHHUnunuunnlllillllltlIHHUnttunttnulcJensen Twelve auxiliary members met: Miss Maryetta Moore, Miss given by Mr. and' Mrs. Charles Counl, Fla.
iiiiimiimiimiiiiiiiiimiiiitimiiiiiiMiBERT I :
Oct. 29'' for the semi-monthly Katherine Macksey, Miss Renee It .Rue at their Casa, Terrace __ I
Beach f: business meeting and ladles day Lambert, Mrs Charles Tschapp home Saturday night when close CLEMENTS RENDS TODAY Emma ? \ I
Ion I 'M TODAY
\ Beauty $ recreation event with the preal- and Mrs. Alma Lehman and 15 THANKS! FOR GREETINGS pENtER/ JI\
friends for
were kept guessing !
dent. Mrs, L. A. Arbogast In from Hobe Sound and Stuart: ONLY ONLY { :h
Permanents : charge. The prize for high bridge Miss Rose and Miss Helen Civer- an hour or more over the Bert Clement. Injured Martin 1 Nov. 6 He NOW. 6 I :
.. / score went to Mrs. Harry Orr. ko, Miss Edith Matthews Mrs. masquehldden face of weird and County High School football t ,
Lydia Houston Mrs Ralph Hart- comic makeup Record music {player nw In Jackson Memorial -::::=- :-
o Distiifctio : II HAPPY DAYS KINDERGARTENCEI Hospital Miami, has :
man, Jr. Mrs. Leslie Bartlett, for dancing wu continuous
EBRATES HALLOWEENMrs. Mrs Howard Bartlett, Mrs. Carl while the new outdoor fireplacewas asked The News to express the ::1'

[Telephone ?2-J| rosf' flee Arcade I Walter Davey's Happy Roth, Mrs. Max Auerbach Mrs. being Initiated with barbecuing appreciation of him and his Also / Also i;
i Days Kindergarten group observed Jack Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Sea- meat and'' cotiee which family tar more than IM cards, "Skali,,: I;
Jensen Beach Halloween last Friday brook, Mrs. Myrtle Coane, Mrs. was served on long lawn tables. letters and gift from friendsIn Edgar Lady" ,
!, with A program and party for Irving Handy, Mrs. E. E. Jock Stuart Confined to bed witha
= 1 Their guests Included Mr and Kennedy
iiiiiiMiiiilHiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiimiJiiiH iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirTi parents and guests. An exhibit and Mrs. Charles Hall, mother Mrs Jack L. Coleman, Mr. and broken. leg, he Is unable toacknowledge NEU1U1 TIN[ A fA IIING Sport'Short I I 1
of the kiddles' handwork also 'of the bride.to-be. Miss Hall Mrs. Webster Ordway. Mr. and each one Indi Comedy %

demonstrated their school acti will leave tpmorrow for Washington :, Mrs. Ralph Hartman, Mr. and vidually. = = = = 1
vltlM.Children'. Dr. John Burch, orthopedic .. ;
D. C., where she expectsto Mrs. Sam Austin, Mr. and Mrs. --
taking part were be married sometime this Albert Shrlgley, Mr. and Mrs. specialist' attending the youth, FRIDAY and lATUfDAY, NOV.. 7-8 I'"
Bobby Wortham Lillian LeToUr- month. stated this week that at the 'I''
Henry Cabre and Mr. and Mrs. FaUTlME
rate of be DOUBLE PROGRAM --
neau, Norma French, Artie De- present recovery
Ted Chambers of Hobe Sound.
i THIS KITCHEd 1I 1IIS hon Mary Ann Pence, Malcomb MRS. EtDHOFP SINGSAT I may be transferred to the local
Menninger. Susanne Day and hospital within the next week
FOR YOU'l' I It MUSIC CONVENTIONMrs. NOTE OF THANKSWe '
Bobby Crandall. Their guests or ten days.
Herbert Sudhof of Palm want to extend our grateful -
I Io't Is
Mrs. Robert Wortham, Mrs. .I
were who is attending the con-
City thanks to all friends who iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii
E.!: D. Wells Mrs Price French,
vention of the Federation of have called for the kind cheer-'
Mrs. Arthur Dehon Mrs John Music Clubs In West Palm Beach ful cards they have sent, and i Be Quick To Treat
t IT. Menninger and daughter, this week will be the guest ar- also for other tokens of love I
p
Dawn. tist on the banquet program tonight and affection brought-Am gladto I ,
4 Last Thursday the pupils cele- at the Hotel Pennsylvania.She state: that Mrs. Lower Is slow Bronchitis
i k try brated the 5th birthday of Mary Is the guest of Mrs. Belle ly improving J. E. Lower, Palm f? I Ii'I '
Ann Pence who received can- Enos In West Palm Beach. 'City Chronic bronchitis Duty develop If I
dle-lighted birthday cake. cough,cheat cold;or acute bran- s sasts *
The kindergarten Is" recessed GARDEN CLUB MEETS 911 la not treated and you cannot
for two weeks beginning Tues afford to takeachanorwitnanymedl-:
The executive board of the STUARTCITY ; i
rI cine less potent than Craomulslon
because of the outbreak of
.
day-- Garden Club of Stuart will meet COMMISSION which foe right V> the seat of the
I r:ii r whooping cough In the public at 11 a.m. tomorrow In'the library trouble, to help\loosen and expel germ
school. of the Civic Center.. Regular I Meetings soothe laden and phlegm htaJ Mid wtender.1n1lame4 aid Datura to '

ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALSDr. The second program meetingof bronchial muoons membrane A
s::.: ;.! and Mrs. HalUs E. Potterof the year will\ begin at 2:30: 8:00 P. M. Croomulalon.' lends betchwoodenoaoto other ] I
UDII
2nd and 4th byspetial prooesiwtth GALE E iI ,
at the Woman'sClub 'j
Monday vAns
p.m. ,
arrived to
Chicago Friday time tested fhedlclne* for coughs -
You won't need tolut wltti' your lneffi 1 spend the winter at the Atlantic Hostesses for the after- WEDNESDAYSStuart It contain it> narcotic I1 1 BOB I
noon wIll be Mrs. E. A. nnlncel' No matt* .." medicinesyou 0 N "--
Court. Also here for the season UCDm.:
dent old kitchen nfcch! inger! City Hall hors druggist to : l
Mrs. W. A. Palmer Mrs.Carroll a's'
are Dr. Potter's sister and hus : sell you a Bottle of Craomulslon with E SONSdIf
Let us show you fc<
attractive, modern '1 [en that'll be a delight ber and Miss Ruth Potter of Ed- Keith. Guests are welcomed at Public Always Welcome way milting It qvacU*wt and; allays sleep the, or cough you are, per-to tE/Illltft011ilwa a r : I I

to work in. ] I) AT A MINIMUM\ gerton, WU.; Mr. and Mrs. T. all meetings of the club. bar*your money back. (Adv. e ? :
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OF EXPENSE. PH Brelthaupt of Waterbury Conn.,, CHOTR GUIwETS; .. ---- & -.L-' ._ rti
and Mr and Mrs. Orville Amsden -
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sex A... STUA FLA. ()poeo") Fire .,.,'"" of Cuba-, N.' Y.> AT I TONIGHTThe Presbyterian Choir Guild Jabsy Hit No. 2 i .:

31111 will hold the November meeting play }
EPISCOPAL WOMEN l Lat "
MEET TODAY at 9 tonight at the C. M. Walker rough V I }
The St. Mary's chapter of the home, 230 Seminole 4" '.J: nnourtctng I with I Chapter I
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Woman' Auxiliary of the Episcopal two acn (

GOLDSi 'RUL"ES.OR Church' held Its monthly I "SON
business:! meeting Monday afternoon /!- The Add'/ion Of JMrl. played of ,
at the parish house. t
Mrs. Horace Atwood and Mrs. enautc sT1 ZARRO'4'' '
Burnette were hosts' I
eases ear-tl social hour which Also-- .

TV LINERS followed a general discussion! of fLIES Jerede Snyder b
church business. Others present Cartoon t .
were the Rev. R. M. Fenton, Miss
Matilda Fenton, Mr. 'and Mrs.J. .. "Crackpot.J.CO ,
C. Hancock. Mrs. P. M. Col- Formerlf of Mia*-and New York City am OR[ N'iaFOCH' Kinr"

( vllle Mrs. John Hilton, Mrs. R. j
H. Knapp, Mrs. William Lila and ASITRA I 1
TAX AND LRsNvEsTioAT
\ Mrs. R. A. Tunley. I
KEEP sascROws To staff of MON Y -- NOV. 9-10 +
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REALTORS AT CONVENTIONStuart TITLE INSURA I Ten Million Mople Roar At The Stage Play ,

{ CALLS State realtors was represer/ed convention at the In FLORIDA Now It's Orjfco Screen and Twice A* FunnyJSUNDAYjnd ,

lompUt* eolll quickly. This West Palm Beach last week by
ABSTRACT Littjfe
BRIEF The Beauty
\sum better service! for you Edward Mapp who attended the
Tuesday sessions and C. B. and Jim KENNEDY.
line neighbor
d I
your party L. A. Arbogast who went downto PmdentSTUART.. FLORIDA I 110 $. Akron iPhone 3d l-l fFl"I
r the banquet at the closing 1
W41 session Wednesday night, aes M

\ GOBLIN HOP NETS $25A SPECIAL! ;SPECIAL' .;- PECIALi! it SPECIAL to bU I 3 LOW '',r.rEj1' -w:. f "I t
4 ar New wsr seal
of $25 reported
profit was !
by the senior class of the high nN EYffH1Y0 ===. ,. :..., ; I i
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HANG UCAREFUL | school on the Ooblln Hop at the "

lure phone Is placed Log Cabin following the P-TA 1 tKa k .... -
Halloween carnival last Thursday N IA RSr 1I
s Uely on hook after each night. The dance was stagedby I I Adds

c I. Rememberone phone oft Mrs. Leslie Bartlett and.Mra. .. Disney Fox SPORT t
thlhook Hoi up an entire line. Otto J. Matousek senior room Just Received A i3\pment! of 5dioienf) Those Scarce and Famous I CARTOON NEWS Short, i i, ;
mothers, as their money-raising --- I
event for th* P-TA budget. SPRING MA toQ

-, .IS.gltl l..a>_ IRDS E DIERSONEDAY MW I TUESDA and WEDNE AY, Nov. It12 I I I

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others to have '
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thcBurfl at the line in building. aho Nol 7 :
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R CO ERSTO W New and Expectant M ie o Wt Suggest u Buy Several DozeD I"tIL I

1 l OOPL of These Hard to FindiT lap\sat the Unusually Deduced Price of Only rN 4.gw.blues.4aes.sadLT I f II I

RELEAlE A OOD 2.91PER" DOZEN -s ,' tl;

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PLAN OOA REGtiARLYlRICED AT.I3.75HOZ.
|.,THE UNI INEMERGENCY whit bnother. party on yowfIonmer9ncyplo en ,
line h eIh CON RUC'sTION No Uy-A-ways or CArges Acted On This, pONE

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' : twirt tu CORRECTION: Lut week the News reported Jupiter at Stuart' was hospital'In "I ,U while condition"!hta Iin UM. aftermath Wt were only of.! HO tutting per][the,sited hospital far putting. Hovatdlq,

y I !1e J'ft l>> that. John F Weltxbarker of brother_Howard was. held !In J Jail cent wrong It was John who wa .+il I
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? \ i Published every" Thursday at 'i.. ').
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, .
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'\ d Stuart Newt, Inc., ''.. :'. '
b by Dally ai
', <, I { e Florida corporation. '' Have You Seen the < ', ; ; r

'\ I f. Entered a* aecond- +h matter at the poet office at ? tl ,;. '' '
I ,I ) Stuart. Florida, under the Acts. .

i I; I ]ii I 1 t' ',". ;'/ A.FR E PRESS of:34!March YEARS S, 187e.OF SERVICE I Face Lifting J(> (obon

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r 1! j .. aREE bI.ner TIM t 8"." ."....ndlr.. T...Mn9..... I fl.wa.r.9.. ..... 'P ,
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PEOPLE whua.a n..rl Ao.n u. 1
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ft 1911 .n1 th* 8.11. Mnirvr .IU.M'Y .
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\ 'fh IL"I ro..nh"'M o' ""
t M 5t II... I. KIT Th. eluan, "U.et'' 101... ..'Ir-( : New and Modern '
the
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Ir .dill..i h.U. 111+ I
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."I I I j I., i? ,"....f." rr,.., I I.,I"nLlwlr moot,, .lair'ohjmlMniiU IS.l .I""d,, l< "'. ..dvrrlM.wml... 1w I IMtlMW n9.hllrak. 01 .11 ...... In the lost Office Arcade?, '
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I I I Ih, A """ ... A Pals. .' mfh.kd. ...I".I..lp/ to tho b1 1 far r.p.hlk.l.h nr.l" III' I
F "1 "IAt.,., "Fla/.d' I.I 'hi' .,......... _11..11 AP .....sup/rh... /

I";; I I 1.. ;nlndiiluinumuuiminliiniimnuunummmwiuuumwunnmumiulilii; ;; '; I II .They ,have ,just completed ins allation of their new, /soda fountain two

;1' with 24-fiot counter and stools. Quick container r
!' ; J Worthy of Meditation complete< (ItllllUJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIII1111111'I '
\ service. /
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,I I ':nii-ttor.v: is made day by day, every day at all hours
f '/ 1, II KrratiWH does not lie ever In the will to make the past I I

: 'I In e' fruvcr but on the contrary, in the aptitude to trans-i Quick snacks for the hurried ppcl'. Serving /sandwiches( i sodas:, hot

4 i "rlrthe past into an active present and to lay firmly I ., .1...__....._ ____ ,' '. 1."f
>>i + -
I -. ''bl'I$ 1Ii'; m-its primise a better and more solid-Miguel future.AlirmanTE Jams H. Reardon, 'Sr, Port Sewall Hotel man, who plate noon-day luncheons, horn -made chili andsoups.Mrs ? .." : _
f I, i), pioneered in promotion of sport fiihm; here. I ; : i j ,
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; i'' EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR munity from Oketchobee. where it had been established ..
i II otlglnally Mr Reardon became head of the new institutlcn -
i jiiwjiiiiiiiiiiiimtiMiiiitiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiiiim Its peik( deposits at Okeechobee had been $40,000( ? !
:' Oi a sunny porch in a quiet home in St. Lucie Estates that was a long time ago Today Mr. Reardon is still president Daniel

iii th<, man who first recognized the sport-fishing poisi1) of the Citizens Bank of Stuart, although not active in

I I... ,t 1)lilus of the St. Lucie River Region. He is 77 years old that capacity in recent months The bank has grown to A cosmetician of wide experience*
where its deposits the $4,000,000 mark '
lI"wand his hair has turned to silver In the quiet of his are approaching ,
tuart owes a great deal to James II Reardon and his is available to advise you on any type of skirfor beauty problem. ,Daniel'sExclusively
4 In'/I. home, he look out across the well-kept lawns and capacity for leadership. lie has the respect and the af
I i Mmibbery of a typical Florida home, and thinks back over fection of all his ifellow citizens, and they are glad that the following Cosmetics anclPerfum* :
h ; !the year Mince he first came here in 1917 to devote hisninths carry
i I he can nit in the sun today and enjoy some of the fruits
to the development of this Elmo I / Attar of Petals
area
'. ; I' 'or an active and productive life -E.A;M, Tussy -
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I : I The man is James II. Reardon He was born and'c
' I : I II I brought up a hotel man, and 4hat' all he has known all WE NEED A HEALTH DEPARTMENTSixty Lcnthcric Tweed "Suspicion / t Bei-gmont' ',
r 1m life!! The bulk of his experience was acquired in the : '
Florida counties have accredited health depart //o'
NI 11 '. I Adirondack/ )), but in 1917 he moved to Florida for keeps, < \
I and took of the old Sunrise Inn at Sewall, memo \ '
charge fort
The '. /Candies
Martin is one of he 7 which don'tAio NunnallA
, Inn had bin built by James II. Rodgers, one, of the heirs SIX \'\ ,\ ; s i
and moieTIt's
all the others out of step but us ;
,
i to a large tract of land in the Hanson grant, and Mr. Rodg-
worth thinking about
III, .', 1'rs'' clmf Interest in to hid '
things was develop property as "
Ihallli departments, like doctors, are not here 'just I ,
;I I I,
, i vi4 estate and homcsite which '
I r
I n < operation wan impossible
to minister in f'pidemicM-o.-but to do their part toward WEEK
! : ,', vtitCuut a hotel Mr. Reardon operated the Sunrise Inn j STORE OPEN TWO AYS A :
r'' I preventing! )] insanitary conditions before something; happens f
: it its i manager for two years and then bought the property .
I''" : I Irons. the old Port Sewall Realty Company and set about
\ theZDHinem::: of bringing a high type clientele to Florida, The health of our citizens* and their children is a price. HOURS: WEEK DAY/ 7 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.:

I.l 1''' 1'irjTnrrty for the port fishing, He was so successful thatSunrise less as\t't, .
Ii LH's view this thing 'seriously' and the next time opportunity I
Inn year after year, was booked solid and it was SUNDAY, 8 MM. TILL 10 P. M.STUA .
is presented to join the 60 progressive Florida
I : I' I ultrQEt:! impossible for newcomers to find accommodations
count it's which have health'departments it might be smarton
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f' bemuse: the old crowd so thoroughly enjoyed the fishingnmOlr
around and find the
our part to! scrounge necessary -
Reardon back
I hospitality that they kept coming -
.. Ho Martin in the'
public( funds put County parade
jiuryfter! year ;
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#-WRl1 a good crowd, and many of the individuals who rtllf1"'f"
constituted the patrons of Sunrise Inn grew old along with HOW TO SKIN A CAT
.) Jlr-Hearclon In 1927 the demands for additional At a London reception, Beatrice Lillie! wearing:her
accomfrtocfiUona -
,. famous )pearls' ] was approached by a-dowager who, demanded HOTELOF
at the Inn that
I 1 j were so great anew company
whether or not they were genuine
: ::1 I I \vai,>rgaiuz d and a new Sunrise Inn was constructed, Beatrice nodded
I : murfe as it stands today with a central hotel and a group
I. "I I dont believe Itl" scoffed the cat. 'But ;you can '"
of ovtbing cottages Mr. Reardon was the prime mover "
alwavs tell by biting them. Here let me try
I 11"\' \ of t ttt* development and it was his charm and personality hiire," agreed the famous actress "But remember, i
, it c I' IhafLrought (the hotel the finest customers that any winter l'utrhcyou can't tell real pearls with false] teeth."
"; I Wtcjry", could askifttinning -Webb B. Garrison in Your1 Life. Announces '
a hotel that Is jammed to the doors all through

I G t I I' its operating season ordinarily is job enough for one man, Nothing i.s so contagious as enthusiasm: it moves I '. ,
,I' 4, .1 but. through the years Mr Reardon found the time to serve stones, it charms brutes )Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity -
thirt-c6mmunity: in a number of capacities and his civic and truth accomplishes no victories without it 'THEOpeniig
i + Ii !lcn I : I f I r. cityapd county have been built. Besides taking' an interest
i in Uui civic problems which affected his hotel, including :UHmiiiiiiiiimiMimiiimiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiMii. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t 11111111

,' /'.:, it ro.tinpavements! dredging operations, harbor developin : : \
.. 11)' I' : .in I'c ait, beach erosion, and beach playground facilities
F. : s i.1 JlrCEofrdon\ :: also found time to serve for a number of
I 'f I 1'1' vpur as a member of the St. Lucie Inlet Commission $5,250 BuysAttractive .
tj: J :. qt j : 4 thruiyrh some of its most difficult days and before its -'\

'I' 1'1't to, : \ : I fuiiEfiflp.misotfincrsHr, ; were. taken over by the Board of County Com SmJl I Furnished HomeBuys OF ITS +

r,+ 1 1 I Ufardon was one of the few men in the winter
,I A f! I : rolmty+ who took a real interest in establishing a new
'j i .i .r I ImnjTin Stuart when the old banks had collapsed and a DINING/ROO S
I I I I branch bank, operated here for a year, picked up its "doll
'I \ '' 'JJ Y rages: and went home, leaving a black mark on Stuart as a $6,300 I,
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banfcinK community. Mr Reardon put up his own money
I I
nd-nulueed others to do the same to buy stock in what 114'I' +
I I. 'now !the: Citizens Bank of Stuart and move It to this com- New> -room cone jte block home. Close

I'I'I' 1 t in. A {b Spd fuVcished.Buy. this is also available at Sunday/ November th, 12 Noon!,

$7,350 ,
', 'M m1 Delicious!
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I undaesiMoacrn 4UnitApartmentBuilding. Breakf st a Luncheon! :, ,:a t.: Dinners. !

R A good i irfVne investment. Live,

FountaiII in one rent the itlfc three. '
s CATERING tPartIeS

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"? : Ir'i' = PACKAGED. l'Ji.lJq"quets: ;

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1' I, We C"rrY' A '.' '

i Complete Liner Stotk and: ,equipm tf On rner lot. ,\ i Under the : nal supervision" of

Building furnished 1 inc\me and .,
r Tour;' :Prescriptions Car lly apt a <.. !! .

I.. .;; Compounded o home! ; ,(
'. By'ncrirtered 04 lItN HCAU8r : MARTIN PALHOF
a
r Pharm4 t wire .. ..',' ,I
Nationalljr known owhe' of.Breny Point I" '
VITAMINS
Hrfl.boro, New Hampshire
THEODORE DEHON & SON :
Waleb For Our forma I
Openingsicrnmi'f .f' hspeeialiaiag';
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res WCAM' 1 vtm PTOAM, Mart>n cmaty FLOKIDA. 'THURSDAY NOT, I, it.' fAGI.FJY1 i

oe"AM UNDER WAY, In Jensen Beach H. a Jones, Mrs. K: /. WUUama, -

expansion program of( the Mrs. John Horst, Mrs. Nellie CLUB MEETSIN j j1t

lunwUnf and placement ierv Spencer, Mrs Ella Elchorn. Mrs.
, A the Florida State Nurses AID CIRCLE R a Nuner, Mrs. Grace Bender:
' Tuition 1 is well under way, it Mrs Mary Bee, Mrs Wallace. PALM CITYBy
,[announced today by Miss Mrs. Jack Best, Mrs. Clara TOYLANDSI
MET OTC 29 Vaught, Mrs. Edith Oarr, Mrs. ,
MRS S.G. CREWS .
|it|has been estimated that 80at W B. Tllton Mrs. Muncie Bol- 1/t/
t of the world population ton, Mrs. L. D. McElfresh. Mrs' '
The Woman'a Club met tail
stiffen to some degreeesdernutritiort. AT CHURCHBy Hamilton Mn. Battle Miller and
y Mrs. Lena Jones. Oct. 23 at the church with Mrs.
f Several friends of Mra R. O Robert Montgomery and Mrs

CHARLOTTE HELUER Sharp surprised\ her on her Hattie Madison as hostess. After ,, '
i1:1 birthday with a party at her 1tI
the business meeting a social
The Church Aid Circle met at home. A beautiful birthday cake e 1
the Community Church Oct. 29. and fruit punch was served by hour was enjoyed and refresh- TEEN PAGES T R
Mrs. Joe Steiner Others attend- menu served to Mra C. K. Flenauer I
!Business was discussed LAUGH
for the I II
welfare of the church ing were Mrs. Ines Devtne, Mrs. Mrs. 8 O. Crews Mra. slid
and
hour was enjoyed. Jean a Bestand social B J, Williams, Mrs, Edith Oarr, Henry Crews, Mn. Susan M. I

yrr viao LACH, PHONL MA. feN Jessie Horst served refreshments Mrs. Ichorn, Mrs. Mary Bee,Mrs. Deardon, Mrs. William Burdlck if
C. H Munch, Mrs. H. W. Munch, :
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in the \
social room of th# Mrs Walter Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. George
ASPHAlT A TILE church. Uptegrove and Mar.
1 FolSaU Cross There will be a Red lon Uptegrove. Rowley, Mrs. LaVern VanNess, 1 ALP Irr% t'IM1 "
meeting In the social
room Mr and Mrs. H. C. Ehrhart Mrs. Paul A. DeVlllbes, Mrs
Color! At Low Aa every Wednesday afternoon at 1.
one Everyone Is urged to attend. have as their guests Mr. Mary Porter, Mrs. a. B. Cadwell I li liWA !
15 Clnti and Mrs M.t.
Those attending the Galloway of Raleigh. Miss Viola Krieder, Frances
meeting were the Rev and Circle Mrs. N. C. Crews, Mary Rea and Judy SANTA'S VERY FINEST TOYS ARHURE IN GREAT ARRAY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelwrt Crews.A pIStN ooa'r"Volla

are are here at Ward's from for Lake the Apopka season.and meeting or the teachers and Ca* BUY THEM NOW ON BUDGET TERMS OR EASY LAY-AWAY 1'1'

I. Mr and Mrs. Paul Nodlne have officers 'of the Sunday School '
OR EXPERT returned from a month's vacation was held Oct. 24 at the parson-

In New 'York State. age. After the meeting refresh ; .r'
: The Rev. and Mrs. U. K Reed ,=
ments were served to the Rev = I
Machi of Mosley Lantana of Stuart and visited Mr. and at Pine Mrs. and Mrs.Wallace Sterns, Mr.and Lets .1 Fun f oeng Izaak Wahons R..1 Eb6a for a Lvcky Doll aix ::
Work
e Shop Lodge Monday Mra.. Mark Baker, Mn. George ii Ii

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gordon have Smith and Mrs. S. O. Crews. CUB s '$ Ii
OLG a _
arrived for another season at Mrs. Richard K. Wallace wishes :
STUART/33 Seymour's. FISHING I,
CAM L to thank. all the Palm City = OACII
Tommy Helller, Jr., who Is attending -
the University of Florida peopli she has been unable to SET = 110.95 1:

spent the week end herewith see personally for their kindness x_ =

his parents, Mr, and Mrs. and sympathy In the recent 2 29 As kSBeUooM a earrlat u a 5= ,jl
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Stuart Marine ervice T. R. Helller. death of her husband, RichardR. don .r rod lid Beautifully 5 :
Mrs C.H. Munch and MM. H. dMltVd, wen ,1
Wallace. = Bean catches 'u India% spites Steel rod, nol, = oxetBtlmally _
Fort W. Munch Pierce on spent business.Saturday In Recent visitors In Palm City = line, kooks, Seats, slnkm and afclckal ipoon. to bat mite line iris.or .mr.oa trifle ,E11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIII 1\1\

I corpora /d Miss Jonne Langberg who Is Farms were Mrs Richard Wal- 1 '

attending school In West Palm lace's sisters, Mrs K: W.Oreacen, IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHIl hllMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIIIIinilMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ IimiS
Beach!, spent the week end with Jr, of White Plains, N. Y, and == f:
her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. John J. Waters of BaysldeN ,

Langberg of Bewall's Point. Y., and her brothers II:. I
Mrs. Laura Howard and Miss ==
Graham NIckerson of New York
Notice To MlfriencE and Customers Georgia Turner wens.. hostessesto City and mils M. Nlckerson. and SHOPHER .5 I'

the Week End Bridge Club at Mrs Nlckerson of Dunnellon, i iI
their ranch home on Indian fOR BEAUTIFUL H&dies' lot S(.erin/ ,... Bttl With a Loud ClangI/ I
\ River Drive Tuesday afternoon. Made
i >
JoeMfosley Frizes for high score were won ria.Salerno ,
by Miss Elizabeth Robertson and News Skim
Mrs. Adolph Hertel. Other guests
DOLL
were Mrs. E. R. Ensey of Walton, -
PLUMBING Mrs Victor Conklin of Eden- 55

lawn, Mrs Paul 0..,,Taylor of WHITTLESHOLD 4 9.95 Ride 'Em I
Daytona Beach, and Mra R. S. FO WMY''M ER %
Robertson, Mrs Lewis Gamble, Hera : :
Has llofcd To a Mrs. E.: J. Ward, Mrs. Charles REUNION 'iGf. 11 FAA KY A human. .ks Oyu and S T E A M ',
Gay, Mrs C. H. Alderman and ?, q't n r S U ea Is-lux Ly j'rP
Mrs C. H. Alderman, Jr. :gl: mead bROLLER t'

NEW LOCATION Mr. and Mrs.Harry Segerstrom OVER WEEKEND >

spent the well end In Key West / /! 1

with.friends.Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Tyndall and Dr.MRS.. O. D. QUIGLEYMrs. 1 fan-r1; iwrrsrVfffl Jame I4n 6le' ,ones I /9/) ... il j \

I HE family of West Palm Beach were = ,.Irt- \ \V C4XNXS i -. ;. ;j.! .

here for the week end, guests of Martha Whittle had all .. .
Mr. and Mrs W. L. Fredrlcksen. of her children home last week + DOLL I ,: ''T
I RAINBLDG. end, Mrs Bill Wilkes and son, I ti! a I
BUILDING PERMITS Billy, of Miami Mrs Walter Bo- BUGG II
i Pm' tkuur. Hirrto. U..m Subdlrl.k / r I, :
I hannon and children, Dolores 1 ya
.. .. a b, 10 ,. .ddkbn to mm 9.9 .
Tfihii .NWll,llcUM for .... IDT and Ronald, of Tltusvllle, Miss =>
t Ann! 1Fhlttle._of West. PaBeach If.i irtioppcr twmtj-on* aches I..... ATI.Mrtu, itmg, = .1 i
'j FARJtlACE,. tttlt. 'APPLICATIONST 0.IEER John Whittle of Mobile tad sturdy and safe for little folks to rid. Wonderful.,. asIJfaHTi
.....Ira..1.I. Po" 1.Lln.....UiHl...... < HMI' Ala* and Mrs. 8. E.: Lane of Palm Peldfag caress th f. tot 'B +I'
City, They all motored to Palm Independent ba an r tirahifee f the
City with Mrs. Whittle and son, = .. 3.911 grandest dour xsc =
Sammie, and had dinner at the U no goes out the rest
WINE == our oa. Goo far many,
home of Mr. and Mrs S. E. Lane. .
= Met of MTOB.Nvmeer..PeeM
Many yun.
The Halloween party Friday
night at the school house was .. '
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I ,' I,,I "j\'I I SALE / See U. For Indian River{ Drive ANNUAL P.TA AT HOLLAND TREE CONFERENCE SPEAKS PnoNa F E P A R N t om'r. --

,I !I fl A Repair and Rlgkt Down To
I jl! ., Zoning Association Meets Tallahassee, Nov. ..Senator riU. UP WITH CK>LI1 t 1"." : SERVICE Parts CARNIVAL NETS Spessard L. Holland wa the SINCLAI U $RANCH

I ," r To principal speaker at the final STATION rl wwy. ,,, ,
..1. ", ''I l Study Zoning Problems session of the Keep Florida Green wEet AUA a ACN OarDA dw N FM." sow
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: II I'> :i A NOLD /BAUER GROUP $$275 conference held in Orlando this
week.
I r : By MRS VIVA BOAT 1
f ; St. Lucie B levard Phone 142 W1T I dren Participating were Ou Plans (or a Statewide fire con MAINTFO qpa.
J I J'' Working out problems in a -
Lennard, Leicester Lsnnard trol I"a U m were
; I manner of food-fellowship between -Blanch Moehle and John George" The Stuart Parent-Teacher' County committee consldered'l- ..
; \ the zoning and non-eon- and Judy Bahlberg of Walton. Association netted approximately ed to carry the fire
t fatal.. astNlRj Ing factions featured the Indian Leicester Lennard won a prize 1271 on the annual Halloween I message to civic clubs and othet
River Drive Association meeting for his tramp outfit and strutting carnival at the high school athletic organizations in an effort to 1V1
,! 1 last Saturday afternoon In the behavior. Oeorg Sahlberg field and the Log Cabin, It simulate public undetitandlng
Community Center, fort Pierce in a slxtet of negro makeup WM reported. Mri Joe Con. and sympathy for the program I
i Don J. Romanello. presidentof singing' "Shortnln" Bread," received stance general chairman of the it was announced by William F|( 235 Old Dixie .
the association presided and 71 room mother wno staged the ) Hi-*,
AlLY a big hand as did Blanch Jacobs, executive director of the
reported his committee had contacted yearly budget-raising event, expressed StuartPHONE
Moehle in I Don't Want to PI..- Florida Forest and Park Association
Representative David H. In Your Yard Gus Lennard did appreciation to all who ftAPim 276
Saunders of this county and himself creditably in the rhythm assisted giving special credit to
t OG FOODMEALTYPE Senator Evan Crary of Stuarton band. MUM Sidney Marcia Morse, new
\ what could be done about, Attending the affair were Mr physical education teacher, who PROGRAM ON RADIO
road condition along the Drlvt! organized and managed the parade The Junior Red CJ'08I enrollment .
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and Mrs. Leicester Lennard, Mr -
t ,, Replies stated the matter had, Gus De Maesachalk, Florence! of several hundred costumed I drive program will be presented -
Ib. bag ,45cMb. been referred to J. M. Watson' Dr Maesschalk Mr and Mrs. children, and to band Director on Station WIRA In Fort
State Road Department Division George Sawyer Lennard, Mrs. Wendell Waters who turned pierce by the Martin County "We the Be t" 1 Is'WI Service the R aI"
I cans .25c Engineer of the 4th District John Sahlberg Mr and Mrs. his musical aggregation Into an chapter at 1:15: p.m. Sunday un-
ea (aM ,Ilu"liMM, ( 1Q who would look Into the matterHerbert :I Charles Moehle Charles Moehle. act of circus: clowns to entertain der the direction of Mrs. Doro-
I thy Tuck. Script for the program STROMBl.CARLSON ,
McKechhle
chairman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E R. Ensey and the hundreds of spectator Credit -
Dr, J. A Oatlln Dr E Dennlson also went to Principal Erwin was written by Mils Beverly
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Choose A 4 P I Ion.SUPERIJE Mrs. H. A. Korpl.Complimenting
and Ernest T. Bailey were namedto Jonnwlck who cooperated with Smith, Radios & RlBio
Phonographs
t i ) MEA/TS/ a committee, to get information Dr and Mrs. every department and did the .
TOMATOESPORK about dredgllg work for fill 'the loudspeaker
announcing ovir
Western Ce ter Cut I Lb. i iI where river water made a serious -I'{Paul C. Taylor. of Daytona Beach Rotary Club, Mrs. Howard Bartlett -
1 and Butler, Pa, house of
I guests t, Jaycee-ettes, Mrs. R O '
inundation in the bank causing Mrs Laura Howard' and Miss The carnival committee BARTlTT BROS.
laM
I C CROPS pC "" Judson and H. H. Thayer Nine
: ? 170 dangerous travel I Georgia Turner of Eden, Mr. $27' In IS cash prizes for winning classifications received I first
,
L. cans I I and Mrs Victor Conklin of Ed costume selected by a Judging
l Rath Tend WAI TON CHILDREN'PARTICIPATE I prizes of >3 and second pries 3U Oleeola Aye. Phone 209
: enlawn gave an eight-place 1 1p committee composed of Mrs. W of $2.
IIVER IC.r f3C:2 2 :.:. 25C WHITE CITY CARNIVAL IN I, .m.. luncheon last Wednesday R Leach representing the Garden The winners were: pre-schoot
__ Others Joining the group were Club; L. C. KlckUter, Klwanlans prettiest Katie and Bobby Hoke, '- -----
The White City School carnival -JA: D Merwin and Arthur Phillips Harris Lowery. lInt Betty Joe Baker second.
A & P Whole Kernel put on by the ParentTeachers -: Sunday the Conkllns had funniest Rosemary Taylor and
R ROASTS 5 C I: Association last Thursday]has I dinner gusts Dr. Abbott! lem and to keep heads of Jr"1 Mary Joe Speedy} most original,
I evening brought out black cats I Morton and Miss Mary Ames of mittees. Charles I Porter and Dwight CENTRMARKETPRODUCE ,
from
and gobbllns being j
CORD and was a gala'Stuart Chadbourn .
__ Shan _End __... __ I event for parents as well at chll Guests In the W. }{. Lennard with Impenetrable gloom prettiest Susan Elementary Hall and group Dona: -
H rman'. Ski ea. No. 2 :home In Wal.on: Sunday were ta iuse notices: of meetings are Gail Martin, fiinnfitif fl..n..*a M T i
: 19 9Cunnv C ''Mr, and Mrs Gus stlmson and not in me paper we ask: mat you I Griffin and; Mickey Springer; '':, +
WEINER Can mall :1
notices of
45C kindly doings so
lb. _____ First Grade, 1,0(4"( "sheet sons, Jimmie and Sydney, from they will arrive Mondays Thank original Joanne Mann and Sonny : an GROCERIES
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Wabasso. Stlmson Is a cousin
Chason. High school: prntl-
S ee If -Sli. d Green Giant roll I lof Lennard. you.During j est. Angelina Constance and COURTEOUS ICE -1

I '. BACON 870 TOILETPAPER 'I ed The at the Drive football was well game represented betweenthe to her Mrs.daughters Maudc.Rieherd'1visit and twin Mathers Fay Reddish and;,Melvin funniest Isenhour, Isabel, i CONVENIENTLY LOCATU)
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lb. granddaughters, Ruby and Mal'1'Wilmore
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Stuart Veterans and the
'I original. Peter Barr
j Table Dressed Fort Pierce Veterans on Jaycee in Jacksonville hereon I I Barbara Hleri. and Mary 2nd and Akron Sf 9 Joe Brooki
"' in last Joe Richards,, and his son.
Field Fort Pierce: Friday
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HENS I Joe Jr4 came over from Orlando
53C1:2: 190A night. Among the fans were
: ,lb. I Mr and Mrs. lane Jennings, bringing Jeep and disk and clear. I
t All you want 20c a Miss Katherine Ensey, Donal ed out the Richard grove as a
for his mother home.I
rolll Ensey. Walton and Miss Helen surprise
& P GRADE THE SlUARf NEWS I Rynski from Eden coming. The Wilmore twins who GROCERY SfclALS
Miss Betty Lou Jackson stayed with their grandmother

: FRUIT COCIf AIL"N.:: 3ge-- E daughter Jackson of of Mr.the and Drive Mrs.and Dale a were during graduated their school from Fort days\ Pierce and I I

graduate of Florida State College High School are taking nurses
i CONCOR- for Women, hu ben made training in that city,
i j A & P UGAR ADDED Q'Yc MVMlbOMPLETE 1st executive secretary of the Arriving Tuesday for a three BLUE BARRELWhite
J week visit In the T. Rynski homeIn
Alumni Association Mr. and
GRAPE 1UIC 27c Eden were Mr. and Mrs. Edward J2 for 19/
who
It ,. THE MO Mrs Jackson daughter. to accompaniedtheir Tallahasseehave Machtowskl, of Maspeth, Uundry Soafe /

I ___ RETAIL A /HOLESALE returned home.. L. I., and Mrs. Mary Bubolc
Brunswick' N J Bother recent
1 1 Q4 guests to Mr: an* MM Rynski PRIDE VALL
OF THE SW/ETHEART
DAN T MCCARTYPRINCIPAL ,

'CU! 1: BEANS 2 tan 23c IN THE Pfi BEACHES FOR BEDICATIONDan SPEAKER I I Masoeth.In were. Francis Mrs..' who Florence Snyder came to Rose also look from over and I PEAS Ufo; can 27c AP 3 for N 29c

El i? OKEEC PBEE ROAD T. McCarty, former' resident property in this community .:
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Speaker of the House and now .
U A & P A GRAD AL GREEN P110 13851 I candidate for Governor, was the i' Woody Fountain from Miami!1 KING OF THEFIELD
principal.speaker for the dedication was the Sunday guest of A. D. Early JuneTomatoes
Ii ASPARAGUS of a memorial plaque bearing Merwin at Edenlawn. .
I "; fEAKSr37cIONA Today' -Today I the names of 15 members Mrs F D. Escott of Eden is In o. 2 an '. 2 for 25?
I" P dPa of the University of Florida Miami! visiting her cousins Dr
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t chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Mrs C. Wilkinson. Mrs,
TOMAToi II IONA SLICED n who lost their lives In World Escott has Just received word
I War II The plaque dedicated from her husband, a master YACHT CLUB Halves OVERSEA GRAPEFRUIT
J PUREE "T BBEETS2r23C 2 N u dIn :In honor of these fraternity sergeant In the Army stationed No. 2
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: .Ii Ma brothers was placed in the newly In the Philippines, that he will APRICOTS "I"4 3 JUICE 2 19c
n
untyEs I dedicated dining room wing of hire a 80-day leave after the
I'I i ;" the chapter house in Gainesville olldays and will head straight
A & GA EN FRESH Barat homecoming week end. BOSCULCOFFEE
,I'' .ijtiry during for Florida where there will be
," ".i FRUI and VEGETABLES I McCarty was in St. Petersburg a family reunion. He is the ton
: P, 0. Bo: 42 fr Stuart Friday to attend the giving of of Mr. and Mr*. R. H Escott 1.1. lb. jar 49
: the Allen Morris "Cracker Poll. .
it:; Green ad Delicious Mrs Fort Carter 2nd Is in Panama -
( tics" award to the Plnellas County City having been called
t ; Cabbage IK 6c .,pples. 3 Ibs. 39c Illllllllllliiiinl. iiiiiliWiiiiiiiiTiiiiiYofeself delegation\!! for their outstanding there by illness of her daughter-
; -- ------ Refre.tWhen work In the Legislature in-law. RATH'S LUNCHEON RICHLAND YELLOW
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td I i', Canadian 1 peror5c Arthur Phillips of Edenlawn Mr*. Viva C. Roat was a tea 12-01.
,: r' Rutabagas, ._, Grapes, 2 Ibs. .29cBrosse 0 | Way spent last Saturday with his 'guess of Mr*. T. Rynski and her MEAT c I CORN 2 r: 29
-- parents Mr and Mrs. H. A. Phil school girt! daughters Barbara
to I Ilow lips, in. West Palm Beach and 'Cookie," Monday after- With Juices Cream Style.DIXIE ,
+ A Sprouts Ib. 25c' OViions. 3 Ibs. .25cC E L comment I ioon. These girls did the Indian
We about new River Drive column on d1fb CRYSTALS
-- -- stale dt
I W being when it appears in rent occasions and It eredtably -
Sweet ite
i SOD, S P the paper. Kindly let us explain .
Granul 49/
POTAT S POTATOES Pure d Sugar 5 Ibs. /
This Is a weekly newspaper.Correspondents I The Walton Eden Property
i 3 lbs. 23c'' 1 bs. .46c FOUNT IN DRIUCSIS outside of Stuart Owners Club will hold a codered
SANDWICH & COFFEEj have their deadline set for Tuesday i dish supper with bingo games
INDIAN! >WN, Fl noon, otherwise it has to be, afterwards at their club house in '

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$ 1 2 No. 2 Can 23c PeanuAPatch Peanut

i Butte, 2-Ib. jars 63c Fri. and Sat
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CHICKEN No LE Pickltl, 22-oz. jar 32c OR ER FRYERS 21 Ib. ar.' 5 HAMS55t, :

SOUP Marvelols Suds THANKSGIVING. TURKEY_ EARLY_ Dressed and Draw 12 to 14 Ib. ...

1 4 I 10z.oz. can .IOc Dreft, irff, pkg. .32c ; M I ET ,CENTER-SLICES .Lfc. 79e_- --i

Camay filet Boscul Vacuum Packed, Dressed a Drawn SMOKED CHATEAU OR

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TOT STUART NEWS. STUART Martin County, FLORIDA.TRLTRSDAY.'NOT $. 1m SAGE WVKlt...... : I ,
If irA- and Mr.. William J. Matheson '

I' DIBOII 7 I Jr., Mr, and Mr*. Harris H. Lowery -, Palm City News day with her husband at the ANNUAL FALL BAZAARBY I high school student who quit Mr. and'Mrt. Ralph L. Mllam, "

and Was Art&iW. M.' Dehon I jr., Mt. and Mrs. john V. veteran's hospital in coral', METHODIST WSCS I TROOP HOLDS school to volunteer for service i Jacksonville accountant, were : I
Mennlnger! Mr. and Mrt. Price Oables DeVillblas has been under SET FOR NOV. 22 j
Mat Halloween as soon a* they reached their .
4 for French COMMUNfTYWARSERVICE and Mrs. '
Mr. and Mrs. o R. Ashley week-end! guest of Mr.
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\their home In fit Mr. and Mr treatment there for several 17th birthday His LOT participated Island.'f'i
ri ThieLas Herbert Brun- The Woman Society for NATIONAL SCOUT Ted! Chamber, Jupiter
'Saturday night. er. Mrs. Ireland, Johnwlck week and expect! to be there Christian in the early: campaigns : .
Service of the Metho- ""
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! .wrec1 M pirates played Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. Alex: For- FLAG for some time yet! dist Church competed, plans for against the Jape and survived Mr*. Chamber I Joined I then 1 I

" fill' pn-tl won by wn. rest, Mr. and Mr Joseph! B At 1 p.m. Oct. 31 a Halloween the annual! fall bUilt at a covered WEEK SUPPERThe ,.several of the worst enemy air Monday for a trip to Miami
and Mr*. Henry Ureenlees, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin, party was held at the home of dish luncheon meeting I raid see 1 18 probably the last where they will attend the an.

pep r. Ireland. A. Menninger! ,H. R. SteMen i TO BE RETIREDBy Mra. LaVerne VanNess. About\ .Tuesday at the home of Mrs. B.: Martin County veteran! of World nual institute of the National.. ,
wen Me. and Russell
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'attending West P. Wells In Casa Terrace. Handmade ,
War II to
ell j 45 guests enjoyed the affair. Girl Scouts of Troop 2 return home. Accountants ,Association, .
_. Christmas gifts will go On I
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MRS. ANNA B. DAY :The lawq was lighted and dec sale at 9 a.m. Nov. 22 at the held their annual National Scout

al orated. A frankfurter rout was Ferguson Dress Shop on Osceola Week cupper! Tuesday! night atj ; 1}
Ipternatio Sterling Retirement of the! Palm City held and the hostess had provided Ave.Those the Womas'l Club with parents !

community war service flag will other' food for the occas attending the monthly and friends as guests. The committee
Bulov Watches ,take place at the morning service ion. The admission fee was takento circle meeting were Mrs. W. G. I
in of the
and oods Art \ Sunday at the apply on the building fund Aldridge, Mrs. A. C. Courson, charge decora- ,
Keepsake Carredc.j.&n I Palm City for a new club house for the Palm Mcs.:; I.L. Decker, Mrs. Syrena B. tions carried out the Thanksgiving
an Bible Union I Congregational pity Woman's Club. Totten, Miss Mamie Symonette, scheme with the Scout colors
Church All servicemen! and Mrs E. W. Stosoel returned Mrs. J. y. Harper, Mrs. i. J. yellow and green, predominating Made Out of Your Old ;i.
E. WALKER I women represented By) the 62 'Saturday from the Mayo Clinic Richards, Mrs. C. H. Summers, Border* of turkey, Jewelry and Watches :
stars are cordially invited to attend at Rochester, UJnn., where she Mrs. Verne VanNess and Mrs. r. handpalnted by Carol Mann '
with their tamllle, Others II underwent a general physical eM, Kramer. and centerpieces of croton leaves II'
Je elers Interested are also Invited to the creckup She hat reported much 'and kumquat on each 'of the I
SCEOL4 AVE. STUART I service Each serviceman and Improvement in her general! SERMON TOPIC GIVEN 12 tables were arranged! by the 24 Hours Service 'I
woman will' receive the star committee comprised of Zola For '
representing health. Jewelry Repairs
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The Rev, W. Q. Aldridge will
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.1.1CCNI them either! at' the Mrs.. L. J. Murphy left Tuesday Mae Blakeslee! Gall Ann Merrt-!
speak on "Christ and the Fu- t
close of the service or later. for a week's vacation at the ture" at the 10:45 am. services man, Mary Loyce Campbell, and ? ( :II'I
The Home Demonstration Clubof home of her mother, Mra. Sabra Sunday at the Methodist Dorothy. Hancock. 7 Days Service \
LOWERS Forf All OCCASIONS Miss Palm City women met with Crow, Altoona: Fla. She was accompanied Church. Moving pictures of life The hostess committee, Eve For Watch and CIO i i
Lucille Inscoe, lyn Relti Carol Mann and
Bounty by her mother' sister
In the Dutch East Indies will be Repair
agent, at the home of Mrs. Alice Mrs. Kate Kanljf of Delray, Nancy Mallon and the service! f fIi
OOQUETS COR GETS CjLT ,FLOWERSFLORAL Cadwsll shown at the church: at T.30: ..
Monday. There were and Mrs. Geo. Watson of Homestead Sunday. committee, Georgia Evans Betsy Free a.rlrr.e 4 Cmoltfitaa/
A RANGEMENTS 21 present. Great! Interest was sister of Mrs. Murphy.The pm. Barr, Gloria Hancock Jane Mor e
and 1 PORTED CERAMICS shown li| the work which was baby daughter of Mr and CARD OF iu rison and Valerie Rains con i Ii IiI+
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presented and the methods! used Mrs. Charles Stossel spent! Friday The family of Mrs George W. trlbuted to the success of the JUST ARRIVE I I'
Refreshment"Of fruit Juices and and Saturday at the'Martin Green! are very grateful for the occasion. The variety program Heavy Silver Vegetable I
SMITH'S FLO L &, G/FT/ SHOP cake were served b* the hostess, County Hospital. The. child, kind expressions of sympathy was planned by Betty Morrison, Dishes and Trif a. ,\I
FLOWS S Mrs. Cadwell! Tina Mae, 1 year old suddenly received from their friends and Patty (Lucky and Martha Peg- Also Glaiswa ,
WE.WI Mrs. Barbara Troxel demonstrator became very ill from an Infec- neighbors. ram. Zola Mae Blakeslee playeda I r
.rude BUg, 5th Si. Ft Pierce if Phone 310-J for the Stanley Brush tion and convulsions, but U now ........-- piano solo, "Menuet L'Antlque" _.
I Company, gave a demonstration\>n II. recovering at her home, cated northwest of the H. M. by Paderewskl; Gall Ann Merri- Stuart JeShop I I
Monday evening at the home of Barney Osteen, Jr, who has L'Heureux home man sang Brahm's "Lullaby." '" !
Mrs. O. B. Cadwell. About IS been! for the! past five months In A games party sponsored by and Betty Morrison conducted a I
I women were! present for an Interesting Southwest, Texas, expects! to return the Palm City Woman's Club 1 community history quU. Every- 219 W. 1st L :
hourMrs home within three weeks will be held Tuesday at 7:30: p.m body joined In singing a round, OughtersonStuart dg. !
I Marion Barlou Flak left Mr and Mrs. Leon Jones and at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. "Llttl Tom Tinker."
1/- Tuesday evening by train for son, formerly! of Palm City and H. Burdick. Prizes and refreshments The Scout meeting was open-
Chicago where she visited a day Stuart, are now living on their will be given. AU friendsof i ed with the Flag ceremony with
with her friend, Mrs. frank Ko- farm at Loveland, Ohio, 19 miles UM club are cordially Invited. Emily Morrison at the piano and
s zelka From there she left for' from Cincinnati. Jones, drivesto Admission will be 35 cents each.! Patty Lucky, Georgia Evans,
the home of her! daughter and I Cincinnati for hU music In. Marjorie Hodapp is spendinga Betsy Barr and Gall Merriman
son-in-law Dr, and Mrs W CGlertbach struction. They report! being week's vacation at Melbourneat as Flag bearers and color guard.
Forest Drove, Ore 1 very happy in their new home. the home of her! sisters, Dor. I At the candlelight Investiture! __ I'I.
FITTsf ofeOH'S NEW Mrs risk's address will be 127 Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Fulton othy and WInnie. Mr. and Mrs ceremony! Jane Morrison presented I.
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College! Way in Forest Orofe. the following girls to b; ;
moved last week! Into their new! George! Hammond and Mr, and I
Woti e* vwkuu) Mrs. Paul DeVillblss spent Sun- Palm City homf!,on 8th St., 10- Mrs. Vernon Langford moved invested by the leader, Mrs. J. 1I j

-- -- ,.....-- from Jacksonville to Melbourne F Boson, assisted by Mrs M.
J. Morrison, troop committee
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about a month ago.
WALLHIPE Corporal William H. Donald chairman, Jean Wells, Valerie
Rains Mancy Lukens, Nancy j.' .
son returned home Oct. 28 from
or I
St. Lucie Rest urant' Scott Field, 111., after IVi yearsin King Carol Crandall Dorothy
the Army.A Hancock and Mary Loyce! Campbell /ores

BRA JIMrtAAMMrlWfAPOwN0PWA7J family reunion was held ,<
Under Vhe and Merit badges were! awarded!
WARN rrAW Personal Mjpligement Sunday at the home of Mr.
A WAR77MA REPrAM00r :Mrs S. E. Lane Quests were to Jane Morrison as fresh water Q .. ... j'l'
dvasrrrvri! -AVM OWFRAYIAstAL \ Of Mrs. Martha Whittle Of Salerno, life finder; George Evan, my N vv I'I
04-PASS and the designer, Ati
ff w/rvevr mother! of Mrs. Lane, Mrs. W. community 11thel.

war,SVRPACSyw0ROrsNa wAr covIRS B U R G N'' srxrARarelAm ANDY TS JiASLUNCHEONS N. Wilkes' and son. Billy, of Miami and nursing to Helen badge.! McCullough Stars for ,another home slI
INavi JrOINNERS 'Mrs. W. 3. Bohannon and I r1'
awl children, )pelores: and Ronald of year's membership! war I I \
OPEN A.L DT SUNDAY Titusville, Miss Ann Whittle of awarded to eight girls The !
meeting! was closed with the :
West Palm Beach, sisters of Mrs : i
Lane,'John Whittle of Salerno! a closing song as the Scouts stoodIn .. I \\1
brother and cousins Miss Eva the friendship circle. ni ...' t 1
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Collins of Miami, and Mrs John "" I
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Collins and son, Jackie, of Sew- VONELL BASS 22 ... I ,
dO all's Point COAST GUARD VETERAN,

.o e OOD r e.vsee BLUE L (: K ,MR' and Mrs. Will Vass and HOME FROM HOSPITAL ,\. 1I
Mrs. A. Burnett of,West! Palm I
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1,Beach wre Saturday afternoon Vonell Bass, 22 ion oT Mrj, .. .. .. ,
visitors at the Lane home. Lena Bass, hat returned to his "I,} ; I
SOMETHING NEW Mrs. Charles Leighton! who home on West 7th St. aftr four
6.Sfohl has been In the Martin County years In the V. S. Coast Guard
i Hospital for the past 3 weeksIs and two years In Government .
"Vilolil.d Oil" \ reported Improving.Mrs. hospitals since the war. This Is I.
rA SOMETHING DIFFERENT Perhaps l C base .int that colts less. out66 .' M. R. Cartwrlght enter- his first visit home since he was 7 "g : '; I

cove utl.sts and givularmore tained at a 4 p.lIa at her sent to the Pacific area as a gun your Uetln A'a it mew book. In that case, '. ,
beau and satisfaction/ th.I's home Sunday with the followingas ner on an LST five years ago j I a
the paint news irons Plitt- guests: the Rev and Mrs after serving a year! on the Flor. please fell us i r so on will be- listed correctly. :h<

bur 's the only w.lljH1inl.... Wallace H. Sterns, the Rev. and ida East Coast. He was recently!
lddied with PltoburjVi lusivv crass "Vilolil.d Oils", NOTHINALIKE Mrs W. a,''Aldrldge, Mrs. Mar- released by the Veterans Hospital Many detail V I olved In preparing a telephone .. 1 l'''
"Lint the Ian Ballou"Fisk., Mrs. Ama B. at Augusta, Ga, where! he t'
to Owe controlled penefck ion. Ins{ these of oils remain Into In sur-the, l Day and Mr. and Mrs Victor has been a patient the past year, directory!Se njr advance notice you can :. : 11'11'.llnl' Itt'
the cased
b pain
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ety STUARTBEFORE A social two hours for a 90-day visit with his mother .
Conklin. .
Ion It will be
UK to keep H II tough a elastic provide IT I II were enjoyed.! Tea sandwiches! and brother! If his condition give n* of changft appreciated. .rx I 1

',Utia| llve-piint pratec I and home baked cake was served continues to Improve he will be

by the hostess. discharged attending! physician SOUTHERN ELL TELfH| NE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Red Horne Protect{. N LIfe te floors I
Mrs. J. A. Peck! of Stuart was a told his mother. gtesAtes
to eAraof Bees P.i.u s Vas arhide Floor" Paint as Boers Sunday visitor In Palm City.Her Vonell was one of several local
L rkhed with d wood.
to and ItepI
many friends here were happyto +wh. !
i bergh's 'Vir .a .LAIooouItabit
1 armest or
ofle"..They lot No Car w<<1I!);.. COME ANf SEE OUR' tOMPLETE have her with them. I ,

time aaeltoa sad or mold yar Iowa.to"Qukk-clrJiDU s his""GeIIee1$5 LINE OF tAWN. NOVE IES AND Wednesday On Monday of last Tuesday week the and annual '' 7 It',ar i \

of the federationof ; :
TOYS. meeting .
Quart $1.53 the Congregational Churchwomen '

}er New so" Co Oynamkl iiSanUried was held at Lake Byrd ', 0

etertpar.Es.md to gIt. Oct a dour-w..s M/NUFACTURE OUl OWN Lodge, Avon Park. Four delegates .. ...
quality. Do oat booklet. WE from the Palm City Con- ;

gaiek it "Color DJn-lalIar gregational Church attended ..
tar Hon., B.Pla"Week. -
till Mrs. L. K. Gaede Mrs Clarence ,
arm asd how cue make Mrs. Wallace H. Sterns j
I'm =m OPENING FRIDAY Feinauer
+ dsU.p re.....c\IoetfIII-ea and Miss Viola Rrelder. The Rev. .
NOVEMBER 7th I Wallace K. Sterna also attended
Ju1abIe. :
Quart'HrrKES'Copy$1 the meeting I ... I't'

COLDS DTNIC9 for the lIomeCOe i Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin t'
of Sauk Center, Minn., arrived i f
I two weeks ago at the Edenlawn

Fruit and Novelty Sl\op, cottage.. They expect to remainfor Your Check Btdk Acts 1
tuart [ardwiie Ed's \ several weeks before leaving ; .. J
around the holidays to spend! the
I FEDERAL HIGHWAY and 2ND ST. balance of the season In Cali
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t ISApiElHASATUKPAY ., % yourself your guarantee) of a record off cash: per%>nal transaction. l

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FACE: EIGHT THE STUART NEWSY 8TCABT. Mum Ceuty FLOIUDA, TBTJBDt. NOT, I, un




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: I I (111I1111I11I111I1111I111I11I11I11I11I11I11111I11 BULLDOZER AND DRAGLINE. Ceuatr. Phrl4kml d N'proN amTlrt
iiiiiiMHiHHiiiiitim.uiniiimiiiiiiiiii a w tkta HUM, UM Itotl d N, N WN.
FOR SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII DITCH DIKING, GRADING OCCUPATIONAL 1Ioto. ,, r5wssasmt" ,, .
I; 11I11111111 AUD FILL DIRt. Contract end Obituariesiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnm LICENSE SALES UTILITY TAX : rnwar.dal ..., :.5 N p.w.bNI.NIII'n
.. .6155 i .111. 0.e.. a. 1Iwu, '
FOR utE-Uti Che r.let work M, Kelley A TOTAL $4,498 _..... or PrMWI raw 01 beds I. ki r ,e'P'''Nd,

\r I l lf m mf coupe. gad tire, low eage. So|. Box 229, ecoa, Ha. or .. ; J..-1...1 0. _Y ..............ills.. '_100 tII mss Nla DONS 50 ass mtl

i CIASSIHED Phone I-M. 0 Earl KelMCafcp. Stuart Auto As of S p.m. Friday. the stipulated NETS 924.02 .,Ia. of Ire. AlA. r.rtu coo,. PInId. 0th I N X41.

:\ Oct. llDONT" 23, 30, Nov. 6DO MRS. G. W. GREEN deadline 229 occupational bIe.Pa.hN..tIIM trio a, Lo'i. ':=":.0Ih NM.: ; 1G55.r Cwrt INI

fldca. ..d w tMa
FOR SALE--Beautiful licenses for 1947-48 aggregating -- w .tht pN- I
&U have troible with your "5 luWrr :a .N ...:.....
; 1I Violets In t-In po... M e nice hen not laylift: Then we $449180 had been sold by the The office of City Manager M' .. LANgBLROLanAi. i Clot N Y Ok B..tW

f !I- I : gilts. Mrs Ernel& Ly s, 815 lies [ Fan-a-mif, Stuart Feed DIES AT 81Mrs. office of City Manager Loris BJurtt : L. B. Hurt reported Tuesday 1'1.1.' t. ii'It 1. DAYID wa"1;
1 ,
I t 't{ t. RATES. : Se PER WORD ORDIN- Seminole St. S Ste U : It was reported this week. that the 10-per cent utility tax VUTIHllIUn' PNknq M f YARBHA Lt,
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\ I \ ART,' MINIMUM S5e FOR 17 On and after Saturday a 10-per netted the City of Stuart $024.02 P.O. IaL II, Is, sf, .
SUP for .4 ,
f WORDS te PEA WORD Ci PITALS FOR SALE-Automata rdChanger. 9PEN L NOTICI t
I' d : ; cent penalty added to the cost during the month\ of October
>,' MINIMUM Me FO 17 ; Will play 1 or 12. men an's be Is. Lnella Dow- George W, (Mary Rose) of licenses to tardy applicants. This Income was; the ,lowest TO...4 ALL TO TO ALL W .IN T&RaT8D IT MAY IJONCllUf I'.8TIU.: LeAL ADY uNOTCC

\ WORDSItHlmilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMSI. Inch records. Spas price, awl, |111 Oralge Ave Fort Oreen, a resident .here most or A total of$1.(05 had been real- since the first two months\ the 1'1.' ,... 10'N r _.... Tk.t a w TO CDII
,1 .. CWFKI
55 will W hi I. tw Cur Mail C: or TNL
Pier Phone 197-M for f
1 $3750. Martin aunty IevtrleCe. ap- the year around for the past 25 bed by the city: by Friday night tu was In operation .last" December 01! ...Oft, Fta ., K .. .. 14 .. DPAIITMETw tr l

NI ., Dehon Bldg. h polo eel l uitle years, died at her home at 105 from the sale of beer and and January ........ 1141. s ..,.110I mtCltr "I ,
liquor a
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APARTMENTS FOR R T RUC, S,el stockings, Atlantic Ave Friday afternoon wine licensee It 'was said The From this Income $337.48 was 8'k CRIlIam; a... Ow ...

llf limimilllllllllllllllllllmiMlllltllATLANTIC ;III FOR SALE: _' Have so new knee ads, anllets, eta Stuart after a short Illness. She was office of Tax Collector expended It was reported. teat- 0,. Ilay.' trmmr mt MOM*. BtiMri, laoeeANr
I County re-Id. 55 Li 14 mmm BkMk' 1MU a ton r .
/I Wisconsin alreooled nglne. Drug Corp. tf II. L. C Klckllter said 4> such licenses log a net gain for the month of C..-... Bar4.. ...d. Itm.Urn. r. W.I N.qu.nn.4

with h1rh-tenslon nOtcs Funeral services conducted by J58 .56. This net brings the utility a.S. Hl.k. 1. hr loNttoi mt us. A r. Iaarl w-also
Fine for that email at 'AFT 1 if Ill It s too late ; had been Issued by Monday MilS e sa d *MMryBSTATI ..aeNwl a MN..N. 55ea, N W Ip
oretationery
Sou u todaw for automobile the Rev. R M. Fenton were held and 77 additional occupational -! tax balance as of last Satur .. fF ,tayk.l. PN, ANa

engine Ral Ulm- Inuura thai under at Johns Chapel at 8 p.m. Satnrday licenses had been sold day to $719844 Expenditures PIRIiIT Iw. .N.N eM".'". It..N. 1NId ,
If -e yea need ...rid.. r ,I. 11.. r. ,11.. w0Nw1 : N j'la
Its g Fpf sqa i9 ....er. Motor C. the ne finaiclal responslbil- after which the body 'was since they became effective Oct.I from the fund during the month ..- 0.N .taw ..5 .....w_ 5N.. T5, rr ,
,.. __ 10. _.. ...,... kW
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sent to 0. et'r.tbL..4
4 ''Rdffl ei 1710 FOR SALE-Three bra new Ity La T odors Dehon Mtldg. Reading Pa, for burial 1. His office also\ received 13 were slightly\ below aperage at Ul /. Bloek I P....... .'..,.. .. ;
I It In Lauderdale Cemetery there the net November II the .. .... .... Nwlr.eto. N 1
still the crates. Son. D on ; Phone 31 more applications for auto license wu I W t rwirtk tt Bra lsd.1 r 5

Leuson In.. t-ecl. outbo"d.eool"mo- tf Born In Wheeling, W Va.. Feb. tag reservations for 194S 12th month of the!} tax'e opera I. .U.to a.tmmmmm m'.kkmt -. .1'1..'......II{__ N5s51D :

t to... See VII 13, 1888 Mrs Green became therlr.t during October The county occupational I tion. MUto for tw i>i|.immm ..... mm* ,..sa W t.5N
u. today, ph W.4
: ..... May
Ililiiiinilinl lilt IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII k W r>rl MM Cite ( Stun ,
mer Motor Co. itI supertatendent of nursesat licenses are penalty- ,.. tw rmmimm At ....k ,r. ... N .III N
I FEMALlIllilliiiniiiil II WANTED Reading General Hospital free until Jan t. LAND SALES HELD ..4 our d 5.dl aw 1..uh.0i
't COURTAPARTMENTS 1, h niiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiias Three sales of land at the courthouse S r uniilii. wk.th9wkniiM sal Mwl "aR W.5WILN
I She and Mr. Green married Arthur '
FOR SALE-V.ed Male a electric were County Judge R. Clonts W .>1>.I.. / AI
1 :; refrigerator IU.n Phone POSITIO> N' D barbie In Reading'' June 15. 1887 and reported 237 more motor Yehlcleoperator' brought $1.31510 Monday IONINO BOARS] OP AD/USTHIItT /1.14 f P .1111 0 N arwe0y w 0W 0
STUART FLORIDA tender, 1 sober Write roa THE cil or STUART N.II.5r,4 W
for lnrormatlon. 5,13 last June they celebrated their licenses sold during morning Two tax certificate Br J. T, 000 IDT, aloe ,
I II Newly Decorated, Filly Equipped Box A, c| |cart News. golden wedding anniversary She October Including 197 operators sales brought $18$.10 and a Murphy Y CWrL.L rw.seops.. N. 1.1 1.

I Housekeeping Apartments (, 13.20 i Act eight lots P.k. S mm* II Nc toe,. W4 .1 .
tale Involving
I 1 ELUXE Avon Toilet ps and 'was an active member of the and 40 chauffeurs. The S37 total .,

I .i Weekly or Seasonal Rates Cosmetics, the Ideal rlstmasGifts. HELP WAlfountain for our soda Eastern Star Order, the Stuart Included 79 tardy renewal applicant and 216 acres brought $1150, LLcot tuossv, I wre.N "be'a b.

W T, FACET, Mir, Order DOW whl there's |ort hours, good Woman Club and the Stuart who paid Clonts $79 In delinquent It was reportedI.f.GAI. / IN THE COURT COUNTY SUDG, Ib.O_ M,.fit 116.IoW All 5

Telephone 115 till Um. Drop me a tcard Pay, 'Maf female. Stuarliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii Garden Club. fees.to be sent. to,the ADVERTISEMENT IN AND FOR ARTDI COUNTY, Mt. 5.5 f is., C..hl.f

1 tlII11IIIIII11111111N! OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII or phone me and I wi be glade Drug Co. tf In addition to her husband,, State. NOTICE or I ISkTFNTION TQ EGISTER: FLORIDA.IN rOuATt. 4.III 5.5 05 d.o W SIII aA/ YtaIptA K

show yon this nderful surrlvorl Include 0 son Albert Rat

r' FOR BALE line of Quality Ceem !1's.. Mrs. llllltlllllllllllll Green of : : Nolle to 1w.U5_ ud 105 ..ndmlrn.4 Or ass L00115kINOTICL a'W ,
N (ICES Reading; a daughter In the old days. warship inter! Y.dO th bow. ml CW*. 5uW sa'l ,
'I'II iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiimiiiiiiimii ; J. Hopkins, Fall Beach Iliilllllllllllllllllllliieet Mrs. John L. Bertolet of Read- on were red so the blood wouldel'tshow. Nr 11111, M. bltd. 0.10 a1IL TO IREDITO4O B&LEUAI .q..5in h 0M.
llI Sll i l lllilt PERSOHS
1111 I ; I 1O ALL CRDITO AND NM
ad Box 44 FhonI 181 .IIIn IW CW8a FIN
r Wi/
FOR SALE--Oni Thor model 7 Ing: two sisters Miss Nell Rose HAVING CLAIM, Oa DEMANDS pap.at
} the u. CW.wt I. .4 for Y.NSVENETIAN TM
DEAR RUTH me at Yet
I Dec II ,. .... ,b
spray wltneup., new, neve I 1 and Miss Catherine Rose or AOAINsT [AID [5 TO dl.o.
gun Lyric Thea I between $ and TN sM ..1h .1 .su _, 5.54. 1r:.. Y .. ..W.IU.-.. ;;;;
been used E25. One Hot- W .0.l 0Na.w
rise ..5 w... N .or .Iot
stream automatic gas water W' HAVE seat cove> for allcovers 11 Sonday between t and dren. NI ....... 1Wb. .. of ," t.5.i li.w..
tea of cars. Raj 11 Monday. i SHAVE -w ..... anlwt t uN 01 s..5S. rWI Con .w. .: .gllal0..
eater, 20 If, In working Green of Reading Mary Louise BLINDS .,.. _. I. r 11oo LS1sle arpnl :>> TRY YUM or 111U11rr
I I Condition, $20 lone 1947 model 1 sedans, Install* $Z2JOtf SEVEIj FIVE FOOT and Jean Bertolet of Readingd '' 5'.' a Fl. :- .M..n155Amur Ito.PR O.U anw PWYY. f0 .y b ?
Ulmer Motor-I e. con.. C. 1.4' a 0.r.nn us
Emerson Port d. Radio, A 1 109 ph 0. LOT NEAR UDGE ON IN- John H. Bertolet of Stuart. LTFACTTRERtT c..t" F40Nd. 10 oIrtooo I. ... ..0 '. M. sop.W wS.554 5455,4.

rendition, less! batteries, $30 DIAN RIVE RIVE IN JEN- BUY DIRECT FROM TOM\!: .< Cou.tr eow..o Hww Btso.. Fiori' .55.Y" .ffi':" rN 55re n ?yy
JUSl RECEIVED new Shipment 0101.. .5.hl III ._tho f.- b 551 N ..... (. a.
4 Phone 44.J, I tfIf of fiat famous WIN* Tamer SEN BEACIJ \ WILL LEASE. MRS WILLIAM STEWART ON CONVENIENT BUD TERMS 0. rust ..hll..1IoII 0 hlo N.. .... to AY 55. ...ter .N..".." hWo tb
._ .1 aW01s. .
5545. M .
Feil liier, llldjer Motor WHAT IS 'R PROPOSI- Mrs William Elsie Marie 0... y.. o-IIOr CUSTOM BUILT If Ow SO.M Qu.Bt .101. w a.0.d M .He.
Ralph ( ) ..ot ...... th0 N.0.. .11Mw ..dp : : ss a aw"
HI SALE-Hall Cabin Sowmt Co Oct 23, 30LVov St; .3 TION WRIl ftlOX X2, THE Stewart 44, died Friday nightat TRASO To FIT POGO _, .".. ....d..., 01 .10'_... Ito ::: .;J,,;;sass: 0.dPTATY
brim ...... tut, No .q a
19-ft. 7-ft V-bottom, STUART Nl Martin VENETIAN BLIND you WINDOW VENETIAN BLINDS _' w u w .s .
County Hospital aftera ROAD DIPUT.1I1
Sea Mite Mari Motor. Troll BAR INS In new aka. $1 Oct 0. 16, 231 short Illness Funeral services Nu D.,...Id 5555.andl 410 W.I.e S sorer 10. 1747.LIATnI I. FUIRIUAI .
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CALL 225 L ,.... ,
all day on 4 gal gas. New boat ear Roberts; Ly4 Bailey; M. IIW8'0' d .
II I were held at t yesterday after ...... .4
r ,I IIf ind motor ion '40. $900. In Mat lab, Vespers f Vlennal DEAR RUTHgrnBt me at the noon at Johns Chapel with the ONE OF OUR REPR NTATIVES A.....Ad.I.btmIAo..1 0.ab. ot h. hit tai le.au'':.x,5wa; ."n

f ommisslon at acksons Boat Sha1p! Britannia ror r Trev- Lyric: Theaffe fftween 3 and Rev Alexander Linn of MEASUI& YOUR WINDOWS ANM TELL YOU JUST VANS CxaaYAIt.'r L
pastor
I 'ard, Jensen B J ch C. Roser, -taper: Last Day of Hitler; 11 Sunday: jlr Htween 6 and the Kobe Sound Community HOW 1.\|Y IT is TO OWN Q.UAL&Y TRASO BLINDS 'Iorida.P. 'M Ad.I..r. "I.alwrl I. LEGAL ADVUTISIIIEIIT .

1 A .to, Jensen, Bo 244. S Du 'ANouyj Hums* Destiny; 11 Monday!JoeA 6 Church presiding ... N.. w 15 It IL t/17, TICI 01' DISe01UnD5 w'

Scot Story of M* Murphy, HOW STATELY PARTNERSHIP
Ft BALE-Fou tB bottle NOTICE w i lerthern Mrs Stewart and her husbandand LEGAL ADVEI- MLNTI ICs It _._ .tow 1w.. ...
new At Tie STUART NI S office. I fN'fiiICOUNTYJUMAATIN S OURT w 'b N.o.en .
nMly aw
I IIt I las Ranees, ov n control, 623 0, Nov. S friends ret nine Stuart We mother Mrs Dorothy Hook, TreservfeTRAS room attains new re.ed' COUNT. LTATI Or G 0........ of 10.-. M.
are still I In uein regardlesscirculated. had been living at their new FLOKIDA.In 0 ,e. lad .1 1110001.
\: uth Federal I S of heir residence our str richness, dignity BKCA; D THE ISTA h ... ..dtp. 55. .......PIAa.4... .lr"
FOR *LE RoyaB standard rumor in Hobe Sound for the Q DItIlION a SLAts 1

FO* BALE-5-roi m house and typcAiter; exccllsfit condition Our phone dill 7. Our new past year since moving there In; fcdlately our Customlxfenetlan SUSAN Ro9ENGardNOTICI I .. GUNDEIUIOH lINt
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I,ts In Monte y Subdivision yncludes covjv and new location k.*'ranee' Apartmentspber from Ocean City N:J. In addition ed Blinds are In* TO CCAU .MoI.... II.NNW; M 55a w.

1 I : win J fenced n chicken type\ ;ter ribbon. 75, Shaw, annex No.]. Christ Elee- to her mother and husband .. adl.n a Uoa A- .505... 0....... r/7. '

ho|ies. Reason: le price, Mrs. Maje%c Apts 308J Iorth Col- trio Shop tfI Mrs. Stewart Is survived by two a d., The decorative ef- i .Y. ..'R.40.. ..4..I.d. u w5 a. N.1...,. It nH !.110505.t..l! ,01100155

fj G.II, Donaldso Box 774, 8tu orad ve 0 sisters Mrs Joseph C. Settles or fe not to, mention the .. _.... eh.h 55h qp.t. 4.5HM .
READ"TEARLY I MIAMI!HERALD, ...... .I. ... Olit tM C.a'J ,,, ipYLR UlALq_ pT
I "\ $, 13,28 IRNING IELIVERY Philadelphia and Mrs Martha a d comfort and prt- ./.. a Onus CNN", r 55..wtaw. ADVERTISEMENT KM IU
'I' 't FOR S1LE i Ca ut palms, B. Holden of MllvUle N. J. .. N ...... t.OJ d. wlthr ..... oM .iII" spON N S
I FOR ALE -- 40 acre farm la Saga trims.; Date j Imo, Cape TO SAGATE. 'RNO GOLDEN Y are out of all pro- <(< ....04.. ..NM fr dote .1 ... ,..000 II. hr .Mlb .
I. 110 'tro t ....1I..tIN 01 1055 a. 1.11I.I. .' W ktl._,lii_ *mi |. 10..
i il Lak4 County, ear Tavarcs, ck43as erleane S [ART, Alp PALM Ion to the modest In.
I honey a .. N ..... pest M I F.Itlse sad ItnnU4] Co: ...llj M4 _
l(' I aYl y scat. With S-room Senba Braaill; pepper. J.L CITY. ONE 160% a P $ Ration. cost May we ._e .... 1M N.w,a d.w. ..dp..I ...,...- ',
COUNTY BRIDGESContinued "Ior ..._ 01 Ohs L.N.YN Prt..sl ,_. ... ._.......
hoes ; Immed U possession Crs 517 Mb Ave. SIIIIIIIIIIIIII DONALD ])N; BOXft4, STU. r you? N .... 4 H 55. uN 0 11" a ... Roo' ......._..
.t, 'IIt. I 20 aiVfs of gireeenljr citrus land ART 0 .w.b hu Nrrwf. w I 5 b... till N mm5. aa_ 5s. W.5.r
IIII111111111 111111111111111OR MANUF> :TURING co. .Id .p.Noe r ..... .5. 15,5.41 N 11101.CYNlt1Yd .
celarei bulldoserk ,
li L ky ; from On .. .
BlOK page Thoud Mr ,.4 N. D. 171T. N .5WrY ..... r.
PAYROLL NatioBWI
balanle In h : Good REIIIIIIIIIIIII system sit Ml.FOtr | 01 _.. Av*. T. OUG' RLON, 01 ... ...... Ito 10 -'"' r.5W
count! road rite W H. Illlllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII for fteping wag| and of causeway connected by bridges S. I-A..to rU..f A0 Awllo.r.. .4.1.10..... 0. 6ra .... Md our ... .00.pY
5r to permit ebb and flow of the .._ I. _.._. .ut 05 n.h.1. 01 11Io.- itIn.
hour ( tax tad PIERCE >
wlthttlding social RIDAP.
IP"' Welts tLrker, r 41, Jupiter, FOR2' or room Apt. r... U.10st N.... t, /L IC 1, A, wH. .... r hi. Ian. NI. .
: C. Me Ian Rivera securitya-eports, whei) you water. Two shoreward causeways PHONE 225 O BOX 1012 1717. 0. 0.d -
|Oct. 30, Nov, ( Apply = :: : :1 ::
and four mid-river 5,151. wlhwi51h./
have II causeways -
Edge ina..She '.North of ommore empleyres. LEGAL ADVUTISUI T _. Is tho ..... of P5.50.7M .
I$4i:( ; ; t tII' FOR SAlfe--I h I ft at Port Sew bridge V.5. 1POR See us Coda A Ask for these at would be !linked by four ..ari ., e..... __

j all, 10 Ind 12,Ihlock 15, $180 the Stuart Nkrs office u tf fixed bridges and a central J NOTICI OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAM TO 015 .15.15.5Mt.N.set hl 01 to.110 n./wand 0. .Y.be40 ...,

tot hot* KI & they Arer, 801 EEIEI Fier ding a a bridge with draw span ...... Ie ._ ... tile 05e.lrwd ..... NAM ...515.(5w .. .

!"., W 9th It, Salford, Fla. chine d .. Refinish llllllliMiiiiiiiiiimlVimiiiiiiiMiiiiliillLOST &FOUNDiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMimmmiiii'iiiii <14'' Four types of drawspan I IN ,loss. Mw d0 IN.pmt. .i ( '' a. L WALL Odes.

,7, 8 13, M your, al yea Doable rate were suggested for Jensen 5541. .ID .SIN5, wltII WIN bad 01 c..el,Gr.S.rLL
Phone S Hardware Clte.1t CourI I. .d 1C.N .!!bU I/rd NY
Bridge ranging from the State
SALl.V-26-ltT ,. .... n.55ta !,
\ FOR, Glider house ce. tf LOST Alligator -fold. Liberal .
fill L ADVERTIILMOnNOTICE
j j'I Road Department standard! ..._11.."",. 01 this IisAL" !!
trailer, gd rinditlon. See G, reward Phonl 102 J or write double leaf bascule .- ...... tD.oR. OP INTENTION' TO$UFICTITIOUS

IL .Edenlikld, 1301 S. Albany FOR RENTUWhlrli type lawn Box $2. Stuart 6 costing $330" ..In alVEUIDI...... GUAVA ClIO. NAM1NMlM ..
11' 1 b 000 to .111
mower bflhour day. See a swing type draw to cost I .NS. I. 0.0.5uC b k. jkf 1150 Ikri '*trtmtf
1( -Ave. II tf .. pNwl.l pa,. aI. Ik. 1 5d1 prer.i
Cost of ** t
., KiMred Hardware PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN $190000 a rolling lift ...,. n. A
:* Henry uart I. e.N. ratNsl .. L... W ri_.M|
I\ f OR,SALE 4f HP Brig 0 Co hone 0$. If RE-ELECT OFFICERSThe double leaf bascule was estimated one .a40NW I. ._,_ I. lest. win 1 ....... wllk Ikt O"ltw
.
: 'q" at I. as_ ot ... .. c.w1.. Ctmtt. Co.rt h ml *. J
'I v glutton atfwled, $'ft shaft $280000 while a vertlcl 551 u.n ... wYw 90.0. t0, 5 rtarkto, >'nM ntriMIllta 54us

'f 1 .. ; mfl wheeLVno, Aiel Ander1 NICE DOUBC ro now avail- Presbyterian Women Association nft type probably' would cost ..104 .r .M ...-a S.. aHOon. p.hl55.u." a NWy.: w

too Bolero<\| 6, 13roKSALEi able, new i urn re, Holly- unanimously reelected $260000 Hir.'s Another 11. 1'1.' .. I. 1s.. is.LLCA7. -.Tu'iT.-.ro.::: ,. rW M"
I ; .., wood beds* nne ring mat- The engineer stated that all n if.
all officers at Tuesday'smonthly ) .ubiN:11ia: w
Lllnber .
ADVIMYISEMIN ,
sheeting tresses. Rat f > $10 week- estimates were and
I ; : 1'd \ meeting at the home of! preliminary Reason for +' SU ti ....1. CM.'" r f+.
,' ,i I5JM per ious>nd, Severalflleosand ly and up' I0. Hotel, Fedridge tentative TNr CIRCUIT COURT C tw .rtr tatrm.M tm uH. 100H&LItN ,
Trimmer St Lucie
Mrs. M. R.
on
t 2x8, nab, 2x1 eral Higbw4 at tf At next Tuesday's meStlng the NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI DIN S. HOOKS .W. luXjJJ
t Crescent Mrs. Elizabeth Kara 015055. .0 55 .- .
:
( t' and 2x12ioetk \\e for rebuilding will\ committee will seek to get the usingTUXEDO CHANNCCT&IY COUNTY, IG Is. .IM M.,-. "
j FOR RENT hed Apt. In again serve as president; BUill"
4 T I It' and j Bulkheads. Seer State to build the bridges and
Mrs. F. R. Horton and Mrs C, A. 0.e. fa 1M.. .. L I
tr l' I Arthur Dfl) Dehon Bldg, Port Sewall, I r dulti, mode \Install the Jensen drawspan from '' w. CU4MBLRT. y ---'-

; ., Phone $1 tf era, with f5 I view of Carrlel. 1st and 2nd vice-presidents future excess Martin County FEEDS r ,' Pl.5 LaAi. ADVUTUUIIIIfA.

f I river, use of I hone US- ; Mrs. Ivan-Taylor record. gasoline tax CARL ROBERT MANLT, 1
Jtl credits In anticipated PROCLAMATION CALL/M
.A FOB SALE: ew five roombungalow Box 276, Stua! Ing and corresponding secretary; revenue, which would be usedto MUNICIPAL ILICTIDhR /

I 1 cash, balance Mrs. Blanche Lowery treasurer NOTICE TO APO 14 rCRoor PaeI.AIYI S
IllimillllllllllllllW limillllllllllilED pay off bond Issues. THE STATe OP"I'LORID 01 OA cup C-.55sM..5 105 OU
I k-otal and Mrs C. A. \Lees ol
like rent. price $6000 secretary Members of Martin County ROBERT KANETmUTmr W.. 555 10.1 tO, PRIMASY 5.4 551.o.trw
I d 2 ,J TheodoreBldg rhonU Son, Dehon AIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIII | national mansions and overseas ... .10 sal 0 M.555 N IN C., N 51.5 au.
Commission will accompany the mnm, ...*. k 10 .. .. .pN ur .n NM MINI dNM
1 a : =. Fh 81,1 IfS iillllllllllllllll hospital sewing ( group to Miami and will confer "The Better They]Ea > Higher Sellt Win, .4.Tta.... e55.wNW5 5 N T..Y,, t. 5 1
i f'' -FOR SaAmo 4 WANTED Man fweman, The afternoon program was They .U ..... rmntm. 010''.'. nlw.t 1 1041, .04 Twd., D.w5Y5 MN7
SALE -room pr with FulU. after .YYDa O12
the
,'S In charge of Mrs Horton who bridg ....._. NMr m sal! hi. s.w n.Neu..lr, M
> apartmeicomplete garagA fish house, sentable appe Jice, for door meeting about aid for storm- PROPERLY fed liveetoc althlcr Jokl Ummmt .1.. .. N 0. .w.Cswia.'l.s.55 rill s.5TM !
equip A-d. Bert to door work J conjuoetion used the theme "Wbers Our f faster growing t. H..., mmm. mm H. J, 'sec. 1 '
damaged
county roads and .. ..
1 Bve.tock-welghing of ou.wh..bo.1
feed
Goes Mrs. Homer Vivian mo t
storage d. Cold*tongs unit with National Erne improvement Money bridges. pound con .. .. el55w, l.I we... W Mtn 55444. pI..e f0 .A
1 1 '" "i for IS* rrels. liectric boothoist. Service, s Itry and Com- gave the devotional.Others preaent suraed, giving you a be I r 1 fit when market day ..., .p0... ..... ... eon 505.100 CS, 54 /10NMOCLAINID'u55
.. ..
.
were Mrs. Howard B. Lee cornea around.Stock wMt M I t0. p.55M dA
$i ft. of Waterfront. mission Sple I Opportunity EDUCATION .101..1.> kiumto krnlut t sO. s.4. 0 155 In
CaU 2496 Tens ash writetf Mrs. Howell M Tanner, Mrs. and J ..., ._ W. ,,u. 1 15.51. Loll, pllLF'A.
touristS
Fine ill for tulle or er Charles H. Alderman Mrs E. C WEEK OBSERVANCE poultry re Fe G I they save time and ..II,. mmm mm Tn.._ I r. 0110.ph. .
r camp acht bail* Also for Box 277 SET HERE WEDNESDAY work by using; Tuxedo r] e. complicated feeding ... _i_ W uN .M Ip sal r. a1.
I ?
{ Mrs Willis Miss I. s. Oval
''L will Young Paget h.. N lie 0111oo. N au. ..dh0 S
M sale I s skiffs Chrysler WANTED Golf HUpment and Anna Ounn Mrs George Porter program. la Tuxedo Fc you ,ock and poul ..k_ ...._.. s.tw N ss.5. .. .Cle A.diar s NN I C55L, 1, 51. 51.1GAL
,
I I ', motorsBeats. nd several smaller Next week will be the proteins the vita th Inerals and other .. M. rM..NRdNd 0a 55, 55.
National ,
,
furniture for cffKhonse. Con Mrs. J. O Freeman. Mrs .Nr ...... W Oslo, 4s.I..5s. .
r y 11' n type 1940 |sh truck :Educational Week starting sun- elements they need for t ree .. Every Ingredient ADYLIITlIICI
tact Martin CwSty Golf and Lilly M. Wiley Mrs. H L. Lyons { a-- M55 .O 0.4
II II In g condition. I George Club. f| tf Elizabeth day through Nov 19 and specal I la laboratory-tested, f| a to '. to civet the .5 p.... .101. ra.N. 05.Io..h TNJEoNNI To
{, Country B and Mrs. Shackelford you ..... .. _, h0 W1511O, NAM[ '
Gunde n>, Box 14, Phone observance of this value In evej FICTITIOUS
period will
: greatest ) pound feepurehaeed.STUART w w Tn.5w .or h0 Isto.w I5.5 'N'I
Stuartw.. 30, l4 V. 8,13 HELP WANTL Fo PreventAccidents. be held In the. Stuart schools IuOMw ,...... .h5 r. 01100, Ito. b 055.0?

) !I 9 1 ',')il *OB SAB IV and 4 h Lau- to Ralph 3 KIWANIS NEW MEMBERSDavid RECEIVES Wednesday. .0w._. _N M .5550 10. .5.was..ad eh. 55 ass 111./U[. MWW 4w ?d 5150 wMA 11.
1 : | 1
._....
Nr
Motor i for wheel Feature of 05. 05.1. 45.5.-s. rOd
Ulmer I the
I' d I : son aif cooled engine Also o observance will FEEf ST( .r...*. udlro. N ..Mr 11... 55 N CwN. r.M da
; trrigatf n Vim\ \ Mo- and tire align t o They will be an assembly program In the ... .... .. 5.5.-t 10s-.h 5.40 ilwtw/a.5.a us.p oI4 ,
I pnmpi.
'; if { lt help you pr n hat B. Irons. Wayne R. Page high school auditorium at 1 .5..ImOI.' ., I. ...1 .4 bit
; 5! tor aecltf and Alex Forrest were taken In p.m. FLAGLER AVE.TUXEDO. PHON .11. M..l" 4 R... .W 0w.. /IACr IaUTTe.
dent. during which foreign 10 .. YMt
II.
J aVA ID language I. H. .d .a Iwo. M. .0550 I .llI s.w.
\ 1 TREES for
i' B as new members of the Stuart .
6 \ lasses will offer 30 mlnutt .0. .N.s r. 57 w5.4 e4 M .5pN 05? N0pMm.
a 0
1, 1if "t .,T 1' 4,180 |i.ans. Grafted wtervarletles. WANTED-You ex Irlring Job Klwanls Club at Its' weekly noon demonstration 11... Fa.t.0 505Io, 45.I.w, J M. Y.54y
A special ....,.
1 drill .1.- b.0at0..
';r henri $200 h. and hng. No at the Woman Club
1 fl, 1 appllan op meeting will be presented by girls MEEDS 51.. w .140 a .r .5.1.5.5 y, =
physical
Cot t mat my house any ay. Job toe big or| s >1L High Friday They were welcomed by education lb..1. .4. .t 10. ,1..wd 1051 10.. 5. .
classes In .
l' Idwl: A. Mennlnger Sr 17I T. T the DMd. a 4 .5 sshw pal. tsar A M "atj"LAN1ON. ,
,)4 quality Low i 1. one iStu.i Oughterson gymnasium\ at 1:30 at which 5.W I Nato. 05.1.5 ALa

$: ', I q\ I Mart Read art 117 CbH eph i Electric The meeting was devoted to time the band will rehearse on FOR UVESTC&K A N tl POULTRY .5 Itt.r 5 wI't. tM.5o 0.I. Ise s 4..010.d 55501. 5515 Mel 0 Is. N..f a IL

"I jTBg I EAL Christmas Gift,I? Shop. FrancenpartHents, annex filing of' monthly committee re the football field IV'" Mwus ......tr ..M.s a ..n/ .wet ap
No. 1. K I, tfNJIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIII ports. Five guests. attended
S L.A omaUc'Electric Blankh s---. .. 'fNRtt4f IImPnTI01f.10bO.ITh
)
Ua r Lay Away Plan. MaV 11111111 111111111 a th.N5 f : .Ni) 545.IIM N

} )+ 'I tin unty Electric Co.,Dcbol & SERVICE OFF: D PARCINSKI BACKON' West _....., t '.11'161, Ir '
THE JOB Palm i1y
Beach Dire hid.q a OO M .' 10 ,4..Ww'
Y Bldg Phone 71 tl iiiiiiiiiiiimiimii, iiiiiiiiiViiiiiiiiint tory .w.suss1 55.. .:L.; tali"' 5' '.:= f .

G. R RINGER Type Washers SAW FILING the fiajestif Stat t e''Highway Patrolman

Y 1 far l mediate delivery, Martin \ AptS. $7S< fc filing aU actguarantied. Prank ParclnsU, stationed In 51.4 too..........It.. Ime b..ehl .5.11 ArN Nk NN,55.5M, 1r,1.

t C1a y Electric O Dehon \tlng All woTH CO.Noi Stuart before the war, has returned THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOU ATRONAGEHAWT r HS w b a.d f0MYw a
I from four service u. t..Nr. rN. .
Doenges.DONT 6.13
Idt. rhone 71. tf year 1 C.551.e1a Nrw 55.
AD tollato with the Army and Is again a I s
P AGENT for Gould Pomps. I'.1": :.
WAITS huts 15. M
member of
the State stationed
patrol ...,.1"1. r Il
I<b Immedlato delivery e : ted us W Y.nbIw4.ICN ?
A toda for
sat oblla
f m ; at West Palm Beach ROOF; CO Ii... willi 51 .054 Ito t0. "j!, n. u.
Stein I.
\
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Hardware Co Phone 0IM
Ins rsnee. thi you need inderslal 612 Cl.mata 1 1.5 .1
m \ tr I Nt7.; : -. "":1.P'cr urlw5w"'M.uu.
; final
the 'Dew
respontibU-- The cost of ins electric rl Y ALorTiOLLNarnmr : VN1 -sr,'$'mm-sri 14106

A'18S CARDS; Order Ity Law Theodore Debok A cables underground is often ten F and OUTING... r 141: ..:tWrMftoiKS'S"ofim V
now with Son Dehen PhonoiSlI ( i jd11N Ful ailkinge nn. .WI Wrb Nb..uN'MW LQ 177Y I
them your name en JBIdg, lines ss much as putting{ hem Or4PTOnwrimTe Dora -wee 51r >mlmb. > r 1RM7M,
Stuart NFS Office.' tf If overheurL k, w. i.. tM .. fmmtuSt* by 15.
oI ..wta.;W o Nrew.01 deNt Od1,55y O'



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;, TM $ITUABT KIWI, ITGABT. Martin Ceuty FLORIDA,Tll'CUDAY..MOT. 1. 1M1 p"f i Nell



artin Count; Flood Control Plan for South Central Florida wives see MOVNISS of MMKIM* MM ,fl''tIi!' I

Craft F FS.ee
;errant ALCOHOLISMIf

MUw MvMn i.ay sell, e.e Week of Ii
Treats
;' Plastering a ruses Entire Area as Single WatershedWILL WHIZ w .suss r ieosPITAI+

CnMBt Werk V CMM AnewFUGATE 11. .... I It.

Given IOM. -
tenseness
4
1 t..
c g"eplaee. "erk A spec it' .
RECEIVE --
' CVER61ADES FLOdtf CONtROL PLAN '
' H. Ii- Jrr \ JACKSONVLVC DISTRICT/ !
rain ban ria. add GREE
FEDERAL ACTION CORPS.CALtVMMUl Of ENGINEERS LEESr,

e o o eo TD '. 'I (
-
.1 '$ .: Engineering, Slrveying, Blue Print*
IAVKNINGSM4 IN JANUARYInclusion

ONJaEL '1I 1 Estimates Submitted On Reiuest k:
j to OrderAnythfcf tI

i Ie-< >was ; of-" Middle Sector I 303 E. 4th St. I / Stuart Flew ,

Estimate* cfidltGinD Will Not Delay Everglades \. I

| jjr Plan M A R T I N PHdNE 311 $

{ l I IaIPITER e ,:
AW41INq A comprehensive plan and LAKE

O. report for flood, control In
Pierce the .....errw
Fdrt Central and Southern 0 L A Dj OKEECHOEEE
1510 A B. W>. .20WESJATE Florida areas is scheduled
for submission to the Corp rM009 CANAL o [from wheril I jit J A/.Joe Marsh, !
HWEI.
of Engineers In Washington
I
M in early January, Col. Willis ADDED : r
E. ',Teale Jacksonville AR/CUL tURZ TFTE ;
t'i
PRIM O ACNI Squaif Biscuits
a ;
R L district engineer, announced i

today.To @tl! \ ;
:- T be included In the comprehensive -l

" plan Is the Everglades .
a area Lake Okeechobe E R I M*kr e..1,10........t paper.that It the riot of being easel elite j.
and tributaries and the lower reed biscuit Is et the way.. f toed r. voting for mend

last Coast which the Corps of Itt, air hooM-KiniftiiM apebi Its, that It a kangty uses
Engineers: have been working on eblUts save found Uut tk. square UI like a* square imitation t
{i Properti .of aU kinds for some time, and also the Central : I Useitt.lends Itself to SMeablUne a will...ui for American beer '

Florida region within the ----.lU pndoetlo and..., storage bettor bs the fool fashlMMd .
.
for ea t J IClsstamee and upper St. Johns than. these customary evils, la tall, cod l sags or ......."

' River basins The entire area Fr rt/niP .eV with rortf sides ud k bwinklng -
will be treated I v fry Wolf we're an for progress,butthat's
: real u one watershed ,
lea at Us brim'
Also aDd incur.sore. CoL Teale said his engineers already \ -- one MW Idea we just dontcotton .
I. ha to. A round biscuit, spread Think I'D step out to the kitchen. '
begun
a study of conditions ?
; t.t tEdW' In the Central Florid v VOw atRULt nicely amidships with snappy for a Snack right now I 1 I

area and a comprehensive plan B country ,looks like a bbcuitl I I'

for all areas mentioned will be C 0 L L I I E R LAA And accompanied ty a mellow. (lu ,.. I
MipP 'glass of br its combination ,;
forwarded to Washington at the a '1\AUi(. I
: < same time. Although not definitely W PROriCI'AN AREA that you cant Improve out ;1
1
worked out yet, It .Is probable .
.. for that the ;
study will resultIn
. r C.i t 41.United Sato Breleers Founded" 'I;
" a plan for reservoirs In the
. P, a' de Bldg.s' Central Florida area where avatar ,

19 can be stored during wet EvoestAot 1 i ':/AMI ?. I I

seasons and released during dry C\ fffOTfCT/Off AREA
FMLL TIRE TROUBLE I
seasons CO li
All Federal, State and local 90
1 agencies and Interested parties LL EVERCLAD Mt C oURS IN THE LAST I )
Ibt

prehenslve In the area' plan covered are by cooperating the com -w '" M N 0 E 'D RA/NAG DISTR/C QO I O olb OF II RiLl FE'I::

a with the engineers In the ultimate ,

able plan solution to adequately of a final serve work the ", D 0 E TRADE IN 0 OLD TIRESILEYMOTORCO. [

best public interest

Col. Teale emphasized that STEAD, ato I I,4 SAFE
I Box No ITl the Incorporation of the Central on e I

u [ TAO$jACa, FLORID Florida area Into the over-all \
picture will In no way delay presentation Arli -' J I t'LEGEND GOOD E !
6 It
fi WJClnd. to Congress of the Everglades J :

Mosaic Marble, plan which Is now practically : '

w Qu ,' Asphalt and complete It, Is expectedof TIRE '
the Everglades plan which Is ,. '
.: Pie Jubbw ". now practically eompMex, It Is :.Ift( .,..- .1 .... '..." -', II'
and Aluminum1 '
c I
expected that the comprehensive ." I 94% UM NON. 1'.1)
i Wall Tiler Ij ,
plan covering all areas will (o -j a an""a A14. 0
\ sale and installed before the Board of Engineers: Nt. Averaged Isevol 1,1j .
e ..
F sanding andfinishing for Rivers and Harbors In January Read .
.ri for early submission to Con -=== EXISTING) \LAKE oxeECHOBU.LlYt!... rho T. j
|RujClei5ni gress. tXltTtIM. LEVEES WHCftt 'MMOVeMCNT; Ml K MADE M MOM I :

P IBRITE PRODUCTS The Everglades plan, now complete _I _I CONSIDERED LUVEfaLsomomuoM i
AASER.VICE except for minor details, txinnM CANALS-no IMPROVEMENT; tOHtCHPUTta.I ht
ontemplate the protection of steer I EXISTING. CANAL WHERE'"PIIOYEIIEH1' WILL K Rene: K0.

ily .representative laJn 1,000 square miles of rich agricultural I
:::
'- County I is muck land Immediatelysouth j j'M"..- STATIONS. t 1'

of Lake Okeechobee; Improvement A CONSIDERED NEW SPILLWAYS. i \
r (AGE KEITH of water control In O IXUTIH0 CONTROL DAM AND LOCK WHERE IMMOVCNCIlt WILL St MQUIftt' N. Federal tflghway Stuart, Ha.Watarfronti ,

iCouity Cleaners large conservation areas outlined .k lee EXISTING" CONTROL CULVERTS THROUGH EXISTING HltMWAV fSJ.-TO, SI MMOVCO AS HUM .. .. i
by local Interests, and providing P CONSIDERED NEW CONTROL CULVERTS THROUM NEW UVEES.
the coastal cities with
prole.L 1_Q n from 4--waters t

r from' the Everglades by South New River Canal near agriculture. After removal of

1K Impounding such waters within State Road 25, the excess water from the pro- Properties ),
water conservation areas, encIrcled
(10)) Regulatory control for tected area during flood periods,
by levees large enough to discharging water when required the main canals can be utilized .tr Along the I Ian and St Luca rivers and Bob Sound. ,.
retain all of the water entering from the various conservation to discharge water from Lake 1 Ocean FroluiMJaylter
them during a period of severe areas for water equalization and Okeechobee through the pro-
rainfall such as has been experi- tected area Into the conservation saw
flood control controls also will
RDIMiXONCRETE ; t
enced this year Relieved of this
be placed in the Tamlaml Trail area.
: from the Everglades, canals
flow
to control water surface elevations The conservation area Included c 4RtyeR
i tl along the coast with suitable Improvement In the area north thereof. are further believed to be cap =
be able to effect
RE will of coastal While the Everglades plan Is able of alleviating much of the el s z
FORCING adequate drainage .
attendant evils of over-drainage ox
th
urban and agricultural areas nearing completion and .. p zI
EEL: data above Item are generally fixed, which have developed during .
engineering
All existing y sips .
> certain reservation and addition the past 30 years. The provision
developed
and previous proposals for water retention of huge areas .
be before
The actual of the Eastern and Lower Ever
local interests final completion.
Federal, State and
LOCKS supplemented by construction of a water control glades will produce considerable .r RYr
have been
and office studiesby program of this magnitude for benefits to South .Florida by ItO I

SME field surveys of Engineers to develop the Everglades area will be a ((1) Conservation of water for e MUM seer f iernes ,
ALUMINUM the Corps
the comprehensive plan. step-by-step process Involving useful purpose j rather than Dom
DOWSMASO wasteful discharge to the sea.
of development
The plan to date calls for: several phases -- I
Constructing a perimeter each: successive phase*to be provided thus alleviating) flooding of :
((1) If and when the need becomes coastal areas .now caused by
entire area
T .WHrh levee, encircling: the
volumes of water flowing
suitable for evident Work will be Initiated huge
miles
RTLANDMENT of 1,000 square uses; for those area In need of from the Everglade during wet
agricultural
ong-term protection.. The period;
(2)) Improving extending and the greatest sma
network of main plan as announced recognize a ((2) Conservation of organic t
bees. providing a
Fart Pier.. canals within the .agricultural\: principle based on recent surveys soils by presenting shrinkageand
of the V B. Soil Conservation burning 16I \
area: Providing canals on the Service that only about 12 (3) Improvement of conditions -AISIAOfs n :
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outside Of the levees protecting per cent, or 1000 square mile, favorable to the propagation and c- s ,
the area northeast of West Palm of the Everglade land 1* I=- maintenance of flan and wildlife o ,
5 able for long-term agriculturaluse within the conservation I
BeaCh Canal and west of the \ r
areas la Bendry\ Coun- and that the most profitable area.' W
8TCAITftINC protected use of the remainder Is to devote (t) Amelioration of winter : 0 ,

ty.: Constructing pumping stations it largely to conservationareas temperature to prevent tome n I IE
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at the lakeward ends of and water impoundment. frost damage to marginal agriculture E w
Naturally It Is mandatory that p
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ItUOHNE. Men main canal pumping facilities the plan provide adequate protection (S:) Maintenance of a higher CONTROL AlItA I
Constructing
( ) the area head to resist the -
ends of the to populated freshwater encroachment SOUTHERN FLORIDA
canals at the lower to discharge Into' along the coast to prevent a recurrence of salt water Into . f .

major conservation areas; I' : of the flood condition the municipal water supply of f' ... r
the levee resulting from the hurricanes of lower Cast: Coast title and the /
Providing A protected ,
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and October 1M7. open-well irrigation sources of
Canal September "
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West Palm Beach 0 'eI
from the i a..ae lair
6pei believe that coastal farmers.
e Trail and thence Army Engineer many.
Tamlaml
&o provlslott of baste water control CoL Teal further stated that
hfetstab south to protect tame coastal ala to bold facilities within the agriculturalarea the initiation of the program Is Listings 01 Improved and properties

front flooding on the large water providing protection and subject to many provision, Including I vole some contribution* from ROBERT rZNTOM, M Throughout Martin
floodwaters water service for both water control : An exhaustive economic ; local interest of State sources HOME ntOMt HOSPITAL '
retention areas; drainage, approximating atad11JO'1t' nearing completion ACREAGE: -I- CHU
levee* on the and usual I _
Provide In addition to the requirement
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Palm than' now provided on a &a determine the relative ration sewan's hint livertElver. Peru-
southerly aide of the West of local cooperation.The Robert renton, M, father of
HUlsboro and smaller scale. by some of toe edI of benefits to cost* When a sad
Eatali' Y..tarmac.R'nte Bench canal I. Canal I istiir sab-drafnat districts, favorable report Is made by Army splendid cooperation afforded the Rev. B. M. Fenton, wa discharged Island. OeM-U-8eu Mates -
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Nash Hew River canal and da- will enaWe existing agricultureto Engineer M (Congress, Actual by an federal, Stat and Oct. 34 from Martin aft"i i

ttr aei (I) Improve work on West operate on a.mot dependable construction, be pointed out will local agencies with the Corp of County Hospital where he wa
charge control North I but and ,Will permit a sound require' the proper Congressional Engineer has been an Important C. B. ARBOGAST
[ .." Hlllsboro.\ treated for a gastric condition
palm
TAYLOR South program of expansion of agricultural authorization and appropriation factor In the rapid PfOIfItIM1nr '
1 New River. Miami and activities ultimately' to of funds for prosecution of made In the solution of the for six\ t syn. He I Ie reported seal Estate WsTOTRONT, rEOn BI i ssMraae I

BU !fine Hu New River Canals; piulitlit/ Include development, of all or.ianl the works. The expense of such flood problems In Florida, CoL greatly Improved at the Wed 4th' II I

"tTCART (d) Constructing a end of < sou* suitable for 1 lone-torn a construction program may In- J&1d. et. horn of has awe
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. I COLORED TWIN BABIES: New 'Harbors of South' Booklet ---
I BORN IAMB HOUR BUT HAVE Hobe Sound News LOTS FOR PENSIONERS

I' :;. i Announcing Opening DIFFERENT-BIRTH DATES Publicizes County Marine Bases $50 to $200

Judy Lee and her twin brother HALLOWEENPARTY \ WATERFRONT PRIVILEGESPavement
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: The Jlmml Lee-welfhlcf a
d Sidewalk
,I, j II .total of S pounds, UVi muiM Expanded and )Completely revised the-minute description of marina : In front of every U.
I i arrived at Martin IS HELD edition of service, shopping and recreation See
\Ad 'I', County a new 128-page
l "' 'Hospital Oct. n and Oct. IS, "Harbors of the South" hM Just faculties, and land transport -
\ i\ti\ I: i R \X Hotel I respectively, although there been Issued by the Crulsegulde connections harbor from
I wu only IS minutes between AT SCHOOLBy Service of Gulf OIl Corporation Norfolk, Va.. to Port Isabel.Texas. t TTO K '
f I '" ,- ST Federal Highway their births Judy arrived at for free distribution to boat A map of Southern waterways : UBIN
11:51: p.m. and Jlmmle at 12:15: owners and operator i Is Included, showing
; / : I'' '1'1: Room! Moderately PricecjPorter ajn. She tipped the scales at ,MARIE BRODRICKThe Featured In the attractive distance between ports, and
K i j \ 'll t ,t, ----- ,-- -- --- 4 pounds, 1H ''ounces. Her booklet are four page showing key numbers of official charts _
; i. I ', : kt brother, a scant I J-t pounds, BallO'pa ty >held at a* many Oulf waterfront marine with areas they cover.It LIST lr Room, Apartments'and .
,t i' : ,Is comfortable In th. new the scrloor Friday was termed a acllltle In Martin Count Including list principal weather yo 'R( tai
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Home w b. .
Humlcrib Incubator. Naomi huge success 'Net proceeds from Jackson Boat Ma- broadcasts; Coast Guard stations -
., ,, : 'f, / Scott Jackson Is their mother.Dr. the affair were $80.70. chine Service, Jensen Beach, and phone numbers; CoastGuard L. FULFORD
J. D. Parker.wa In attend Gulf Oil Corp. dock at Stuart, requirement for motorboats -
ance. The school children entertained Pittman'i Service Station In operated for pleasure or dP.at- sfaisBt
: with a Halloween play W Frailer Creek, Stuart, and commercial fishing; regulations
,'f ; ( Paint & Body/Shop In FarmsBy then were entertained by Duke Poley'f Boat Yard at Salerno. for foreign craft In Cuban waters fl NO PROPERTY MANAGEMENTTI
1 Tropical Napka and his wife with magic. Inlet map In each.caae show ; U. 8. Buoyage and Intra-
."" OverJA Alberta the yachtsman how to reach coastal Waterway marking; and Writ P. O. Box No. 4
( & P 2nd Moor) MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELL Griffin won first prlx
I each yard, and Information Is marine lubrication data. 811 North Colorado Avenu
SPECIAL ING IN for the best dressed girl and Cople be obtained from Phone 817
may
UPHOLSTERING Miss Helen of given on public docks, general
Auto P 'ntine .. Mettl I Work Wilkinson Higganura. Wayne Marr first prize for best business, and recreation In the Gulf Oil marine dealers or by Stuart, Florida
f Custom-mad* Slip Cover -. .. | Sport Top Conn, arrived Thursday dressed be,. Evelyn McGee won area. writing Crulaegulde Bureau, 3800
and is visiting at the home of Gulf Pittsburgh, ,
the prize for the funniest cos- The booklet present up-to- Building !!-
her aunt and uncle, Mr. and tume.

Mrs. J. B. Sauvage. Miss Wilkinson After the grand march a. fish GEE GUERRILLA CHIEF COMMERCIAL and AERIAL *

I Christmas.expects to be here until pond, fortune telllnf'and ,refreshment EVELYN MC PHOTOS

INNER TIES FORT BEACH Mr. C. R. Oreenleea and Mr. booth were enjoyed.
; H .. aod Mrs.Joe 8. Oreenlee returned There were several cake walk :GIVEN BIRTHDAY PHOTOGRAPH WJLL HELP YO MAKE THAT
Tuesday morning from Lawr- Paul Mahon ended the affair by
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Tilton's Service Station ence, Kas, where they were auctioneering all refreshments PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE UARANTEED
j 1'1 called by the death of John R.Greenlee. eft. PARTY OCT. 27 '
The Rev. Ohio
sJ : .. Young of and f ;OUTAN'
Mr. and Mrs. James Merritt Stuart, former pastor of the
ten Befch and friend Vaughn Shiver, ar- immunity Church, visited here By MARIE BRODRICK COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
1 rived last week end from Doth- last week. I
an, Ala., and are visiting at the Mrs. George Brownlee and Mr. Clyde McGee entertainedin Krueger Bldf.-Pflone 324-Next To Western IhioiNOTFGfE
f OPEN 12 NOON(| ON SUNDAYS home of Mrs. Merrill's mother, children, Penny and Fred and honor of her daughter, Ere
;3 Mrs. J. B. Sauvage., Merritt and I Elda and ;Lacy Mae Griffin visited lyn. on her 11th birthday with a
Shiver returned to Alabama the' Mrs. Brownlee' mother, Sound home
' : first. of the week but Mrs. Mer- Mrs. N. Edwn, of Fort Pierce arty at her Hobe
; / ritt Is staying Indefinitely Saturday.The Oct Tt. Games were played and !
Mrs. Bob Williams returned church supper plannedfor each guest was presented witha
; Wednesday from a four-day vis- this evening has been post favor. Prize were won by

I Your i i'' 1 money It down In Miami.and brought Mr. Williams her back.drove poned of until several later,of due the to committee the absence -- June and Lee Ann Bowden, Ma- ; Installation I>c of (Officers

bel Jean McDonald, Fay Eng.llsh -
members.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. L 8. Guthrie of
Pahokee were visitors recently at and Mrs. a D. Quigley and Betty Jane. Stott. Al Member
I Sam the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law- and son, George, had Sunday Other attending Included
ton Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Patsy Mariotti, Lacy Mae Orif-
ence Wall. Griffin tin, Juanita Arnold, Miriam of
1'I'\ Miss Betty Engebretsen and Mr. and Mrs. Rollin H. Whiteof Marr, Suzanne Diamond, Nancy
Early Douglas of West Palm Wlllougbby, Ohio, arrived last Falk, Richard McOee and Mrs.
r I i' Beach were Sunday visitor of week to spend the season at Falk who assisted the hostess. Marti C
" III '''f Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sauvage. their residence, Kate' Folly on The Rev.Alexander Lynn, pastor GEORGE VIFIADE3 i unty
Per nnumeI Mrs. John O'Day, Mrs. Ida South Beach Road Jupiter Isl of the Community Church, The official organ of the .
11t,I! '1 on Rider Mrs. Hobson Reddish,Mrs. land. and William Moore: of Grimes attended Communist. dominated If a* I Chamber of f
Joe Sawtell Mrs. Carl Sauvage, Robert Sevenon of Jupiter the Presbyterian conference tional Liberation Front says I Commerce
Insured Savings Mrs. Clarence Reddish and Mrs. Island ha returned from a business at White City last week. Gem Ylflade has broadcast a I
E \ ounts James Merritt and their children trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crowe statement calling for creationof !
attended the Halloween party at B\'s. Peter Shor entertainedwith motored to Jacksonville with an Independent Common' are hereby notified thtt a federal meeting oil At
l ;1 The Federal Saving and Loan Insurance Corporation Salerno School Friday evening. pinochle party Wednesday Mrs.Coleman who has been their 1st Government In the "free II organization will be bcU at ftp. m. Monday aifil
insures Mrs. Cleve Prescott and afternoon at her home for the month. They Northern Greece.
individual Account* to $5,000. Husband three on guest past region of Nov. 10, fol the Jjrpose of
and wife may have t of $15,000, fully insured. children have been staying, fora Jupiter' Island. Mr*. Emma B. lave visited In Miami, spent several i
First Federal gavinis accounts are legal Investments week at the home of Mrs. 8. Smith and Mrs. Jack'Baunder- days In Key West,'And with his family for the winter
for Trust Funds, as well s Funds held by Guardians, W. Simmons. From there she on won the prizes. Other guest topped at the fountain of season. I Installing JJewllr Elected
will go to West ,Palm Beach to ere Mrs. Mary Chandler, Mrs.: Youth In St. Augustine on the
I Administrators and xe. utors..a make her home. Mr. Prescott Harry Hallowayj Mr John Anderson way to Jacksonville. Mrs. Coleman Robert Steverson of Jupiter : Officer fol 1948
Call Write Is working In Miami. Mrs. Charles Conrad and left Oct 29 for her homeIn Island Is In New York on busi
JjI Jr Tommy Reddish of Fort Lauderdale Mr*. Rasmus Mortensen of Sa- Bloomsburg, Fa. with her son ness. Th*-cntir*-seem r J*>-i lr roque.ted to be is .
called on his brother and lerno. Refreshments were served and daughter-In-law Lt and Mrs. Ruth Balds, Mr.:and Mr*.'
I, FIRST EEDERAL slater-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hobson by the hostess Mr*. Donald Coleman. They Will Louis Cusumano, Beau Mayo and attejUanie.,
? Reddish, Monday morning Mrs. Bernice Boor of OVlando stay In Pennsylvania till Dec. 15 Mr. Joseph Cullla visited over
Mrs. C. R. Oreenlees and Mr. spent the week end with her when Lt. Coleman will leave for last week at Bok Tower zed Silver SPECIAL PRC REFRESHMENTS
Savings d Association and Mr*. Joe 8. Qreenlecs were uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. duty abroad. Springs. The Cusumano
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Peter fihor, on Jupiter Island. Mr., and Mrs. F. r. Adams arrived and Cullla have left for their
of ndian aver County George J. Backus. A dinner party wa given I Oct. 25 from Fisher Island home In New York. I
0 B H, FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Lester Reddish Wednesday evening at the home N. Y.where they spent the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Shawof
.' I and children, Fay June and of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Mahann I summer. Buzzards Bay.. Mast, arrived
': t 1512-20th Street Dial 2187 Freddie, were week-end visitorsin honor of Mr, and Mrs. John I IOrt1ga. R. N. Cowham returned Oct this week to open their home
R. W. Sdjrwick,". Secretary-Treasurer Miami. The Ortlgas arrived 25 to Chicago after spending a Arnel on Beach. Road, Jupiter SPOT
i Mrs. Hobson Reddish and Mrs. here Wednesday afternoon from' week at his residence on Jupiter Island.
t Member Fedr u Horn Loan Bank and Federal Joe Sawtell attended the execu- Long Island N. Y.,to open their Island supervising storm damage Mr. and Mrs. Rollln H. WhIteof
:tJ Savings and Losft Insurance Corp. tive meeting of the P-TA held lome.ln Hobe Sound. The center repair Wlllpughby, Ohio, arrived Oct
Current diva end rate. recently at Salerno School. piece was a lovely bouquet of Kenneth Diamond of New York 27 to open their home, Kates'
\ ''II Mfs. Hubert Clement and cut flowers. spent several day here last Folly,on South Beach Rd, Jupi- LANSINGCON11EST
' three daughter were Friday evening Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. week. He expects to return,soon ter Island. ]
ii, 1 : visitors of Mrs Clarence John Ortlga, and daughter
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I ::1+ Wall and Mr*. Joe Sawtell. Reta, and IOn John, Jr.Mr. and
\ Harris "Cowboy" Wall droveto Mrs. Alvin Bowden, Mr. and Mrs.
,: ./ I'' i Miami Saturday with Mrs. C. A. St. Onge, Mr Joyce Davis, II
AI
I Hubert Clement to visit Bert and son, Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf '
\ Clement who Is a patient In Williams, Mrs. Anna Hart and
f l" \ The Lighthouse Jackson Memorial Hospital Miss Adair Mahon.
';'" Miss Althalre Hall, daughterof
I MRS. BASSETT IMPROVEDMrs. Mrs. Charles Hall of Jupiter
r' H E. O. Bassett, 77,who has Island, will leave tomorrow for
I
; l f, "j : been a patient at Martin Coun- Washington, D. C. I' t
t Mfr 1 f, t ty Hospital since Oct. 18, was Mrs. Llynn, Jupiter Island, The Contest Last lincyWa Won &>
I 1' reported today to be much im- spent several days In Miami with
} ,ri ; ''l' I'I proved. She suffered a back InJury her daughter, Jane. ELVIR ; TCBSEL
I, In a fall at her home at Chair rehearsal will be tonightat Here 1* REAL ,
I E :'A'' : .. II.IfIIMI/ the corner of West 3rd 8t. and :7:30.: All members are asked PortablePerfeetlon
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UB.1. to attend. Emma SWrMM ,.,.,.,. i Contest t
I.. +! r ; :i ; u, 1.I 1. S36. Mm ......- There.will be a sot lndlng

,,Y1 Paul Revers House is man DC u4 pew-laer.btOHT. .ton..p...ti.AG".. u Every, N Y
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:+ 4 > Gaol Today! ese.pdeodeaaio.erioe pselsea.aes fe.w..ew and 2 P.:M. tO fe P. M.r .

1' 'j U. S. 1 At Th. St, ueie Rivers
, L L"t" t tj $3995 :

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(1 ; 1." ,j I.I; AHD HURRICAN EPAIRS 4 = -- m er o All SVuddnts

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;1 WeWill\ R open ,With todayquary f furfter you cn build still better -- \-f

i homes. Thanky rnoderlfcacrilnery, proper season- fa.www APrizfof$5:00WILL :

L ,ping' and accur grading. I Wfcy'i lumber is tyejj more

On or AboutNovember dependable.
I 1 Build with jonomy!,Crade ed lumber ii your BE GIVE TO THE STUDENT?

:, r 15 a rand of quality, t paying .more. THE BEST LANDI
v MAKING :
an necessary: Call y for lumber R d oJj l 143.ACDC as.rws a.dls: ..weru'sas
I is k.a..y ......* A&DC .
For The Winter SeasonJERRY Yow ya Copt building materials., -. .J.. d+ tth Wd.g..t pill A e U dfJ tl MM.irnpvb. iible .. ,

Good J lumler,Frosir/, Ussa*, $IYIf Jalisl nr)1 $2495 pl.rie W.ttec.t.'i':..is $ 95 PALM BEAOB AERO CO

$ It.Electric Mi
SMITH. Casa LumbeG). Co. GL JOHNSON

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Tttl STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County FLORIDA, THURSDAY] NOT. I, 1M7 PAGE ELEVfcN' ,



OCIAL NEWS and Happenings 1 of the WEEK IN STUART Newt Horn Item Telephone office for this before- 2E newspaper 300 .III


MRS MARY EditorOMAN'S

( CLUB TO HOUWEDNESDAY > at the club house. Member
0 are requested to ROSEMARY TAYLOR STETSON FRATERNITY Mr*. Otto Rubin returned Mrs Conrad Keck and little I'
bring
sandwich HomeDemonstration
e*. Drink will be served OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Women MeetIn PLEDGES R. a GIDEON home Oct. 29 after several daughter Karl, of Fort Myers,
business meeting of by I
The first Robert B. GIdeon of Stuart
the president month vacation during which arrived last week to spend several
stuart Woman' Club will Mm Edwin X Rosemary Taylor was honoredon was one of 24 men pledged form-
? Mrs.
Menninger. the visited In Chicago, Grand week with her mother,
11 Wednesday her 5th Palm CityThe ally by Delta Sigma Phi social
held at :80pm. birthday Saturday at ,
t and Montreal N. C. CeceolaAve.T .
Club officer will report on Note fraternity!. at Stetson University' Rapid Harry Lyons, _
the Baptist;\ church annex with a
the I "" In DeLand Oct. 29. Oldeon '- -w.
district U
DICK RELIEF FROM meeting and but ,B; HISS LUCIUt INSCOE party given by her mother Mr*. Palm cit1" Home Demonstration a .
tote at Fort Pierce freshman at the school. Mr:-and Mn. Morris Waltonof Mis Charier Keith, StetsonUniversity
L-.MM ft Dbtm*Aitolng bens this week and Vivian Taylor, and Mrs. O. 0 club met Monday at S I
Delray Beach spent Saturday freshman, was a
an accumulation of "EAT at the home of Mrs. Alice
ULCERS official bus p.m.
jTOMACfr SELECTIVELY, SATS Crews. Grimes and musical
con- Miss Althalr Hall, daughterof and with his week-end of her ,
Sunday parents guest parents
new win be NUTRITION Cadwell with Mn. Paul DeVllble -
tests
llioEXdESS presented.The SPECIALIST) with record playing enter- Mrs. Hall
ACID Charles B. of Hobe
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rein of Mr. and Mn. Keith in
Nov 1* program meeting tained the little guest until the presiding. Bound, will, leave tomorrow for George f
aeekTeas It W f C et Trs.WattMtede TOO N lalag11110 will be a covered dish at the Warning that the evport out- highlight of the afternoon-th Report of committee chalrmon Washington, D. C. to join her West ana St North Stuart IrI

,., or leaf Ia.wwawa" club with Mr*. Luther look Is not too bright and that lighting of a beautiful birthday showed a fine response from club fiance, William Snyder, who 1 11 r
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+ Damron
.d4 far nest ofdJR. now I 11 cake which was served with Ice member in the different phasesof school there.
k..e the time for attending a Navy ,
.. ly fr...sae-a r fine arts chairman. In charge. caution in cream and punch.A color schemeof home demonstration work, Plan November
4U ruse, Her committee Includes Mrs. :tot obtaining and using farm tredl, pink and green was used particularly in home Improvement set for pending a his Navy weddingare orders Low Cost \

G. tlttman, Mr. Paul Hoenshel, together with discussion of the The guest Included Joy Hall, which Is being stressed for sea duty. Mis Hall was a )IfI f I

fRBRUNER'S Mrs. J. I Craig, Mrs. R. B. MeCuUough world food situation and nutrition Jertlyn Meggett, Carolyn John- this year. There were gratifying member of the 1941 graduatingclass I P
\ problems featured the an son, John Maxwell, Pamella.. and report from a large percentage of Martin County High ALSOGENERAL .1es
Mrs. A.
PH RMACYTh'v H. Chappelk nual conference of Florida Coun- Connie Crow Charles Porter, of the membership on painting,I School and went to Washington\ : REP AI ,
tie rbw e and Mrs. Walter F, Iftvey. Mary Lyons, Sandra Campbell building and kitchen Improvement to do government work during I
ty and Home Demonstration Violet Crew. Mary Ray and Judy the war Since ..........n to WRITE OR SEE :'
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Agents at the University of FlorIda Crews., Joan) Bdenfleld, Elsie i Miss' Luclle Inscoe, home dem- Florida she ha been-employedby Ii:

last week Reyboer,Richard Baker, Bill and onstration agent, gave a reporton the Federal Housing Authority -' E. A. "BILL" BALDWIN i x xP. '
NDS FOR iTo nntrc* In a discussion of the present- Fred Merrttt, Layne SutUvan the annual conference of In West Palm Beach. Snyder, ;

**. KOMI day food situation, Miss Slkes, Diane Houston, Sandy Homlar, agricultural agents and home! has been In the Nary even O. BOX / SALERNO, FLA. I.
Jackie Johnson, Dougle Johnson demonstration agents which the
year and re-enlisted In July for
nutrition specialist for the FlorIda and Joyce Crews. Mother attending attended last week in OalneavilU. another three year He Is an 1 :
Extension Service, warned were Mrs. Bob Johnson She brought out that the electricians mate 2nd class. --- li\\

u Ip M1tQ that we must feed our famllle Mrs. I farl Hall, Mrs. [*dla Mae present food situation was the Formerly of Connecticut, he now,
properly In spite of the current Houston, Mrs. Dora Johnson and keynote of the conference and I'gives Boynton Beach the homeof I WE HO mm OWN lir
prices. She said Mrs. Cressle Baker Quests unable urged the women to produce his parents, a* his residence ; lij'
; MEMORIALS we should know to attend who sent gift to more food at home through a .
food values In order that we may Rosemary were Diane Rider, home garden* and poultry Mr. Arthur Dehon spent three r
E* CTID EVERrWNERI
make good substitute for food Florence SUmmell and Ray and flocks; to eat wisely and to prepare days last week In Miami a* the CRYSTALS FIT ENaRAVINOI

too high!, In price. "American Bonnie Sue Hudson. foods properly In order to guest of Dr and Mrs. R, L. Ma-
eat too much and waste too save food values. thewson. \\I// ,
DEFARTMENT STORE GIVES Mrs. Margaret VanNess, hanl-
much said Miss Bikes. She advised -e :
CLOTHINCf TO WELFARE, crafts chairman' then took a I
that we should eat "selec-
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Wlndfohrof
Ively." Mrs. Connie Barr, .Martin charge of the meeting which I
Port Norris, N. J., who spent f
The production of food In County visitor for the State Welfare was a demonstration. in the making ;
I S last winter at the Majestic Apt.
THE Wt e EmL aEC
Board that of Christmas at home.A .
home gardens,,poultry nock and reported today gift have written that they expect to IMPORTED 2 lf COSTUME JEWELRY
the Stuart Department Store has number of Idea were shared
family cows seem to be the
be back in Stuart shortly for another Fla.LUBRICATION .
surest way of feeding our own turned over dozens of pain of with the members. Victory AcadUStuart,

r people and 'releasing grain for new shoes and garments to her During the social hour, refreshments season.-. e _
tarring people abroad.In department for distribution to were served by Mrs. Oo0a 0 0 oC==oGOC t7TCa
/ considering the needy families. adweU and.her co-hostess, Mr. Oeorge Peters, radio announcer 0 y p
big problem -
She also stated that discarded DeVUblss Those present, besides of the Belle Glade station,
of feeding the family properly 0 Latest Innovations I
was a week-end guest of his par-
It Is evident that the condition clothing of all kinds can be used the hostesses, were Mrs. Iuln I
of food when It Is consumed and that she will call for any Mabel Crews, Miss Viola Kreider, ents, Mr. and Mrs. George HI-
Qlll llE( Is the thing that counts In so- contribution If notified "With ': Mrs. Leona Smith, Mrs. May ronimus. U ; I ,
far as nutrition Is concerned. chilly night now there 1* already Wallace, Mrs. VanNess, Mr. I /I.
That brings us to the same old an acute need for blankets Mary Porter, Mrs. Alice Mallery, S RT SERVICAT TE CO

problem of cooking food properlYto and comforters," she added, Mrs. Roy Lane, Mrs. Pauline a stavcx rn..rl Hare \>ur Car Thoroughlybricated .
save food value. tatlng several Indigent people Crews, Mrs. Yolan Blasco, Mrs. R r. rre5wtr 7.wweGrt.kw I I
I To review: food should be used have only old coats for bed cov- Mabel Wit II am Mrs Elaine r.lw Gn 0 J

as fresh a* possible, cooked. la ering. Mattresses are also badly\ Gregorle, Mrs. Marie Schiffer, .,..,, With Our Modern Lubrication
a small amount of water Just needed. An. Carrie Rowley, Mrs. Grace KEN TH STI ELL ethods. o
Maurer, Mrs Wallace Sterns, I
long enough to make palatable,
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and served attractively.\ Many HALLOWEEN SOCIAL Mn. Evabelle Feinauer, Mrs. Expert Attendant Duty 0
GIVEN AT HEYBOER Anna B. and Miss Inscoe.
Day
egetables go Into the garbage KILL A LET FOOT TO co Products Ularfak Lubrication '
can because they lack flavor and HOME BY BAPTISTSThe VIRGINIATR iy-" 0 Firestone Tire!
COWS PAY FOR LECTRIC PUMPI Interest. If they lost their food "fE-OL EST ELLER"SAYS ,.
BORN HOSPITAL
AT
value by Improper cooking, they Golden Date home of Mr. STU RT RUG CO; 0' OlEMAN'S FIRESTONE E SERVICE !
might a* well go Into the garbage and Mr*. William Heyboer was Mr and Mn.: Raymond Triay IN ONE HOUR, ":: ..e. our e..
IF BOSSIE GETS ER WHENEVER SHE k.rk. A.k am Ar I u. this TIIONOvlth 229 Old Dixie Highway Acro*| R. I;. Track o ; !
can. the scene of a Halloween social have announced the birth of a run.I.Id.. TE."L .0% at.sakul l-! /
U
NEEDS a INSTEAD WHEN ITS PIMPED of foodHe' given by the Junior Adult TrainIng I. PENETR IlIIACBEII ..< from Firestone Stor !/I s sOGO
Grow more your own daughter, Virginia Ann, Oct. 28 IULLI .... e.rur.. ,
BX HAND AND 10 HER SHE GNES107020AW Union of the Baptist Church at Martin County Hospital STUART UQ CO. =====OGOOo1=2oC=OGOOO .1 I I
Friday night. Traditional gameswere
B MILK CONTAINING/ played and pumpkin pie : i:
was served with coffee. Humorous -
61012'FBf RE prize were awarded to Mr. SEE :
ST. I IN -
/ Carroll anagram Ireland, winner contest of; to a Halloween Mrs.- :

HOT SEAT R VIvian Taylor In gypsy garb for
f the best woman' costume ando

Bill Heyboer In hobo makeup,
BUGSloefoLSTERfUZATfi E NNW
/ w for the men's competition. T 1

Others present were Mr. Ireland -

Ronnie Cross, Mrs. James
EQUIPMENT VY/fES/ Meggett, Fred Bentel, Mrs. Hey-
OUT boer and the Rev. Phil Maxwell
\
WEBECT CCZI1
; TONS ATTENDS CONVENTIONOF

FARMERS' New OUTDOOR WRITERS ASSN. 1:
of Ernest Lyons, retiring president _._..u..' em 1 FF;
e! of the Florida Outdoor ,
e

INS 3-YEAR TEST I IA We'll gle fcour worn, Writers the annual Association convention attended of the 0 E EEZERS k :

fatigued Itire* a "secondat'llnake group Saturday and Sunday at 1Hf
CERTAIN TYPE OP wind" 'em Bt Augustine and Marineland. I If

STEEL NOW USED ride Ilk rand4ewl I Bring Following the two-day sessions .
the retiring and incoming Officers -
nom""' f
old tVad-bares
IN E TURBINES WAS in you were honored at a banquet -
ren\w 'em inRe
all
t.t
today
at the Dolphin Restaurant
FIRST T ED FOR Ilya YEARS ;
a jiff I at which The Stuart Mew fishing t.

'THIS 15 .TYPICAL EXAMPLE sable P es columnist and Marjorie KIn- \\i
I
e
% OF ;NEPAL ELECTR/C&/ an Rawllng (Mrs. Norton Bas-
) the featured speakers -
Stuart Recal com were !
INSISTENCE OM
on the evening program. I

00a PERFECTION.IECTRIO. ServiceChason'a \\1
STUART CLUB OFFICERS (
/f/hH ai aEN Service Station ATTEND DISTRICT MEET t
SO. FED. HIGHWAY U. S. I Mrs 11:. A. Menninger and Miss
IMISTRAC Saa.e, M Ida,Albrarht, president and secretary I

of the Stuart Woman II I
Club, and Mrs. Stanley Hitching
membership chairman, attended 1
I ESCROWS TITLES the annual meeting of District -
10 of the Florida Federa-
IBSTRACT & { ITLE INSURANCE co., inc. tion at Fort Pierce Monday. .
Mrs. Menninger -gave the response
\ 10 Victory Arcade to the address of welcometo

Stuart, Florida the visiting clubs and reported -
on activities and plans of the
UESTI t r } Stuart club. State federationand

Can ythipg ieot revealed y an Abstract of the Public Record Affect Title district officer wen present -

toy r lands? to discus policies and to @
conduct an Institute In the af-

NSWE Yes nfortuaatel", maar facts which the public records will WILL not disclose SHOW ternoon.visiting A dignitaries luncheon honoringthe was held miler family er vivre apace !i. ; 9Do I

me adversely affect you title NO ABSTRACT OF TITLE at the New Burston Hotel. Isar Model C-10 as recommend me OMpfran* fe.p.clt
TH D. LModel At horn* fnnw. With
E DEFECTS than 4.8 cubic test, k will
Dannie Mlnnehan, student at f more
INSURANCE PROTECTS 6.Id 188 pounds of MMtUdfreexen pri*.
BE SAFE ; St. Leo Preparatory School, arrived a
able f This modal see also e.iae u a
l '
home Friday night to spend supplants heaver to your larger modal.
I two day with his parents, Mr. '
and Mr. R. L. Mlnnehan of fit. Check the new Deep point by point, for, j

Lode Estate value, and you will see for unit why we say H'* the big new '
in the horn freezer market y\, L LARMR CAPACITYL011ER I
'
'J WATERiodrH Herbert Sudhoff, Jr. returned
Sunday to Gainesville to resume Big De Luxe Model CIO (ah above), with ten cubic foot capao

n studies at the Unlevrslty Florida ity, hold more than 350 of assorted perishable food COST G
after spending the week end Only Deepfreeze offers 10 all these-thrilling new convenience

Hard' Red Corrosive with his parents at Palm City. features: Prices sVirt as low at

C.w arbeleaced IU .beater. .his. Tesepnfee' CellINI.i Tmspee....es i _
For ExArt Advice Consult 'Word has been received from IndlwtM .Ud neck ke Cu Trays end Swvtoi Tray a Mess Syses..
Mrs. U X, Ashley that she expected s25995For
to leave Chicago yesterday -

D.IF. KEITH for Stuart. She ha spent

FLORIDA '/*' two there month and In visiting Xvanston.T her. sisters f Hall s"' El :iris, Service model A-l,

FORT PRCE, -. .., I
0" Mr. and Mr*. Evan Crary bad EASY TERMS

WATER CONDITIONING COe a* their week-end guest their Ph one., 'ost Office Arcade
COAST sons, Evan, Jr. of the University

PHONE aM or I32-W' of Florida and William itu-
,
4_tlia ST. Till dent*.at Bole SChool''at Jackson- .ONLY OEErFREiZI DIVISION Of MOTOR 'KI" N l



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9ri ,'ACI TWELYK: THE mutt ircwa rruurr, Martta ceuty, ITOUDA, TBTASDAY WOT.1, 1811I

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r there, believe for mOlt of much the a ten that the simplest JAYCEES HOLD b_ .... .1oIt ...ref.W --
we same appearance appear LMIM...... ta fie .'Uwlutat
In' FISHINGIN the most common tube have the weakflah of northern wa.. usage for the future. That lem- DINNER MEETING M SlkUl -t. Owl trull KMti SHELL .

; 11 I iJij I been Included If TOO disagree ten; there i II a distinct physical onflsh of the Gulf coast around .Is m feu*.. m tk. hut. .l OMw105.0
of the ..
1 General discussion I. 4..I. colt sad h.ele.N.5.dI.
with the lifting, write in aboutIt difference Mobile and Pensacola Is also the
M
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/ forthcoming membership: campaign : thw.. A>4 Oi .... miy .. CK. .
I l'.1 i THE FAMOUS 1 "At this Urns there 1* a preponderance eobla-4fs on of the fishes on for constructing tk..t .k* .d |.. "Keep In mind that while In la.orol using the which then ahould defln1telJ.Iea and hope *., -r o.Mk lot tt lw W tTb.
simplification wa foremost In word trout for the specie In single names Coalflsh Is at a building in which to meet
"Loo
.i1 I' St. Lucie Region mind, It wu desired to keep the general and adding the prefixes much of a misnomer a* black featured a dinner meeting of r.u...... __._' "...kx...fc..Ckrl.tU.SelMw ... tlM. or lmiscell
: commonest name heretofore In northern, spotted, green and bonlta, but neither of these are the Junior Chamber of commerce Uitbook. "atMea sod tmlltwltk u5 Leliq
j Jf SPOaTSMAN IS A OUARDIAN NAItMUI. ttSOUHCMti the of sand n U after at Chlsholm't Oct. ft. In 4. U* t-r; : HUT
THE THUS use, over greatest part all a simple going to be difficult Its lust B'k.r 040,. "*. :, n .
1 {i 1'1J } the rang of that fish, so long solution, designate 'the fish or beet to forget them, according The U who attended also discussed ... kktorr. W MtrlUwl w.... 1 ERNEST LIONSLafe Now take this snot Tea the 8adltSa..kIna ...... la tk. Shot l.. C O..MU
I. can for < pur )
By preparation
I"J ''f' as It does not conflict with any fishes definitely. to the committee Ling Is going .ta lk> .ktt.* .* M. Mt W M*., .hi tfc.k .. T, D rrorr
: Hosklns In TIFF: ,wade through the submerged other fish. Prefixes\ : and the "from the Florida west coast to confuse It with another saltwater dance to be held at the _!'i W ....... Mt _'.,-fcrf.ll,
11 ':, t l' says plneywoods thereabouts and suffix-fish In particular, hare there has been not a single *uggestlon. fish while lemonflsh Is Log Cabin Not. IS. under the ..00..10450 .0 sad .d'_-.._...'.. S ART A CAtty
1 1f ''t! If the mountain won't come cast for bask And get 'emfQlupla been omitted wherever possible And. it la then the In no way descriptive of this fine auspices of the Jaycees Further -"w.Lllo wfl-W4Iw)

f k J, te Mahomet,til rid( ,then Ma fellows drove oat "There Isn't any real Issue on permit Is called Mexican pompano sport fish. Cobla. to far as it detail Be'; announced 1 ,
'l'' later President A. Bedding,
the .akfllb..a trout names If (sometime Mexican permit ha been ascertained enjoys no
";r \i 1 homet. But mast U it's ge to Ash the he mountain. wants, along a flooded highway near we are to Judge by the letters. ), and the ladyflsn 1 Ia called preference to far as writers are Jr, saidCHURCHES Bath Room Tile and
the and 3M alt
'" declares Burt Prultt the old camp. aught There wen but three on this spe by many, guide and fishermen concerned. The name baa come rile
and bide well, they caught'a whole lot ties It's one upon which then alike, bonefish TO those who Into fairly common usage during or CHRIST. SCIENTIST
guy can Just sit there of bass '. FALLEN MAW k the Also WlT B.gim a
'I I" his time. They'll. be alongpye'n'by was expected. a real difference of live north or on the Gulf court the past few years For it .,"ADAH,... ofIN AND Loo_...... .tfetwill rc1i: ous colors
J Whea water started receding opinion I that might appear silly, but it is there can be said then It no M cod. ll Ch....... of Ckrltt h<_ INA
fellow found four- tfc. world ........, A S
In town last Thurt- one a isomer Rhode insists there no more odd than the Virginia other like It tlri.... thrwifhMrt a. and SALES
Fruitt t.
k i t day. from nil fishing camp near pounder landlocked In the should be a separation of the Eastern Shore fishermen calling "Then will toon1'be" released Tb. OddM TIt to I T. _.. Tile Baths edge Porches of
water-filled depression left byhis so-called and sand trout. the cobia black bonito thM ferkMU, kit MW M M Brt' llIk.
green a from the American Society
I, i Stuart, told some tall tales Fisheries: lad. ..Ik. M .klUm of( war
about fishing. around hla parts auto tin. They're a Oulf species, and often even coalflsh. Too, Florida west a'list of fishes, and the Ieeslw: ._,. FORT riEftffi TILE ONSTRUCTION co.
Burt lows that usual stuff
{ now and is ready. U come up lound with spotted trout-some- coast guide call the tailors common name most acceptable
A" with the facts. Snook, snapper around his camp near Stuart, times caught i In considerable choice a pin fish. For the .sake to the scientific fraternity. Its with the savants Believing our E. HOW n
j and tarpon, tome 351 -"* and he has promised more number In come sections. For of brevity that would be swell I going to be Interesting to learn usage to be far simpler Is nevertheless
pounders, are waiting fishing dope for next week that reason these two species. but Its sailor choice over so how near plain run of the mill to be hoped both can r. a BOX mi rhone Mt *. m K. lIUa st, Pelf>.,

1 1 antler's cast, .be avers,ra':: that 4 Son thar, get phone me Mr., wllyaT EJpley ea were Included While they have many more miles of coastal wa ,fishermen will be_ In__agreeing be reconciled. -- -

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''i} COL SUOUID who before W enjoyed P.the"BUJ"the war Richmond,sallflshlng writes from hen Jr.. DOLLARS I'lr'' ..r.Iir! '!: ::1 =a' PATRONIZE


M ICINE ISBETTERG Washington that he It planning SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING

.d..w..d d f C.M NM .05 000wh.snwew to com down In w1d-Notember MARTIN
Car..n ...hs.aLI for another try't the tails. MARTIN COUNTY YOU
.

I 666 coil c..w.. ia...noM.. Bill Ackerman, salt water STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESESERVICES '

I, fishing editor of Outdoor, anda .
recent Stuart visitor', baa donea

t ; RO RY LUBTUA grand job of classifying; the

I : i / Nw 3100 common names of fish in a booklet .
t ,II i I" 5tA1I now being distributed by the ;
I I" I LMIS1 LM'a 6AIDrDLamn.IMnl CR04.IL Outdoor Writers of America.He CONCRETE We Pick Up and Deliver Docks Merrim&n''

hat had a tough Job, but Foundation., Floors .. YOUR- Plumbing & Heating Quinn's.Store
B asM LoWarla Tare
} hat been assisted by anglers up Sidewalk/ Seawalls .
Dri.. > Sheet Metal
ys
md down the Atlantic seaboardIn / Meats, Groceries'And tu, wmca/cMusj. ,
attempting. to "fix"the proper Block Brick, Oraif L DRY Boat 'Houses PUMPING SYSTEMS Frozen Food.MIH dCAHtTTI rlwS rATM
Tanks.In /
names for fish which are called Tale Septic N. hit TM l..-l. T.. .... PRODUCT.NOVELTIM. Ice CresaCleesd
1 LOYA DER OF one thing In one place and an- J Fact First Class* AH Type 01 Marine 'UND1NO ijMAar. cirr* J' L" '!ID 118r
other a hundred miles away. Everything in ConcrJNTILEj e Phone 287" ConstructionJvan STUART PLUMBING Bandars
$TUA LODGE 1141M For Instance there's the whiting .
& METAL WORKS Jensen Bea
P. 5s.
of Florida's turf "Between Taylor
'
1
1.0 .d WEDNESDAYS PEOPLESLAUNDRY The Place Where 0
E MONTH Cape May and Montauk," Bill BOX: S4* 555. See. PP
Wood Hap llL. DECKER ..O. Box: 474Get Friends: Meet"SUOeeeoteAT
au
says 1& is unfortunate that the PHONUi IMp lee "rilfkl' le-Mr
Shp rt, Pia.a common name In fact the only Box: Sft6 Phone 2fW P 104-J I e1314 *.
j name, which Is ever used to describe

}II I It, Is plain ""klngflsh
I t which Is in direct conflict with
a STUARTPAINT
I : L11s6t '''the king mackerel of the Gall FRkNK HAJ.EROOFING CAMPBELL'SOrange Mile of Wear D COOK'SSERVICE

Stream and the Pacific. Since HOMB CO. STATIONand
all inst ents.j the fish properly speaking! It the Juice RECAPYOUR roalll

t ,j I II frsh Easy to stoc b I from our king would whiting be quite, I believe acceptable this name, although AND Squeezed Fresh at 'our stand TIRES Des .or. Dhriaite LINTS LSHZ LUNCH ROOM
Mexican Cream
DailyWholesale
5 the fish will continue to rfaf Ttom ta V*. 'SW.',,5.05..p MEL) TsUTLEKFAKK
'II H RADIO and be called klngflsh In these wa Rocfr 5.-.I.,) Coconut Kisses
I ters"'For Repaying accounts NC Butter Crunch P. Beer and Soft DrinlulSandwkhes ,

I I 0 AP NCE CO1 brevity, and to describe 511 4. Colors
fi : T. ILA. both species (the other Is the Pk 9141 a Leave Fed. Highway No.' 1 ON'S'rvie. atMHdred Heath', D. oeeY raoMMTa. (jMiS*. *f Ststii
southern whiting Mentlcirrhusamerfcanus Station .
M.esagw .
PhoaeUf Fed ay leJensen |
6UY ) the committee at P, a 111 and,Jensen Road Federal Highway'Uncle SWEETS r. O. Arcade... a Bea 171 octr oAMimi
WE Junk
i the meeting in st. Petersburg nary a. I Rain BMg. 4th St
.t., I \vreckld tentatively agreed the prefixes ,
|
: ; cars, scrap northern and southern warn the ,
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1 copper and brass.BISCO'S simplest way out of a tough If
I Situation, Adding the word, JMPL us MOMsWUUOINGHIGB ]
,:j'j'A I king" to whiting only confute Electri and tefrigeratiot i You I Car or Truck Hflwe,

A TO PARVS the issues. SERVICE, A, Compile Check Up
'About the species on the list No Job|Too{Large'Or ; ('l 8l.' SUJ
1 I) South ) de Highway as SUMMER FLOUNDER-Par- Sftall tXrOHtMf.0 ATTENDANTS Billy
sez.
AND CHANICSp
THR
,' For! Pierce allchthyt dentatus, Stan lays: HOI UND .I Ae kMd, WORT M TRY THM -
The term fluke is In universaluse
MEN HOURS DAILY (g.I.I. c. l-nil.i P>hMlli ARE WRE THAN
< Hune 129 = Geerml Co.
'f I I from Cape May as far north >ELEJTI.IC( CO.; pnUUted.) 6
I as this fish occurs. The term tandard Oil Co. 5G.i and Repair APT /) HAVE ITJe .
;1 'summer' flounder it not used D one P. 0. BoOne *-*
to any appreciable extent and Hobs ond 3271 U avscg STATIONCHANDLER I like U lie and listen to ..' Block 'West P

Its adoption would lead to gnat Nil N Id. IM.Ww OnTAXI. palter of U rain-" ot tb" eats '. City Bridge On The en BeachSUNRAY1
confusion since In these waters S jlSSs! RightCASEY'S
10: f t'GlVFAT' there are a number of flatfish, .1 foggy panel' bat th' kind that
: which are'eommonly called pat th' Te bear th'storm

flounders The fluke Is easily a beatin' around th' roof and
t 0 TO 8 i LBS.N c Identified due to its entirely different Web Drdwaylyiftors 1 ,
th'
:' tooth structure, the fact eves at wintry wind's nnteatln -

8 DAYS that it Is predatory rather thana th' dead and dried tp Golden Gate Camp
scavenger, and that It.will not leave (USES
AUTHOH&lB DKALUt *OtWRECK Cabin A Trailer
take anything but moving bait
K i i ipho My graadpap clear'd th' Held **
OR ONALfl/ its highly regarded by surf ADD tAUTT COurpST
t" F RD Beer, Eat and Gas Y fro ssMSUN
and bay fishermen The name I till- old pap carried ea from e kfiS
kbsi "fluke" does not conflict with (ALES SUVKCID 9154 there- with modem ways they BotU Beer Served TYSHUTTBIi

any other species:\ and it seems DAY NITI yield well still I take pride la Sunday* i susurmsi
more logical to perpetuate the SERVICE their caret I pull th cover*'' ass
name by which it is so well known BOO PAIRS IN ART USE higher then I snuggle down la 2ft mIles So. $ Sirs Skitter

4 Instead of trying to establish PH ., A I ITS j bed mighty glad I bar1 no boyer E*ed L, HJghtway MRECOJD
what Is virtually an unknownand for th' roof that' everheadl wCARMoe,. ,agDIMI1LA4Daoe5
CANpY T s new nomenclature T IEAPERPITCIIIFORD'S
ThIe 18 th' led 'ulI
; asy
peppy -
fri fl00 .,e..hlNO "Coming from lerat1w.'re In s
'tis older than yon, or I th'
1 entire agreement with this suggestion
"I, -believe the stand is well TR E ANer top-most eoveT-s a erasy-toJlt I I COMF IN FOR UR
\
: { taken, out in' southern waters, helped my mother tie! So I Just

"., RUG and this fish Is caught In'm.t lie a-thUUn' of th' yean that have been mine temetlms* AluwoLoaT
o oj N LAA VI numbers along the northern east tears. abllnkln' thlak w
\ T 0 threagh I hew wondrous fine 1'11' th' folk
0 EXt Stfolio. coast of Florida as well at those xNT 7
;; between its northernmost range, Cotta 1 d I Boat ms mf poppy ..' kvl they bad for no I ge to sleep right Post DULL

and in all south of the Chesapeake AND happy, with such a memory! LlPa.uILittle
dIneu.s lath.".. Its Just plain flounder. A GIN R Drpsi IRETAB. Wst.
,II.N Mlnenl d,7.0.05. d
Icm w d Filled
few letters from southerner on ,
I 77 wPPh 3,31 this fish would help when June polo Y IzSSTUAR Bal F le i
I rolls aroundMany FEE STORE _
JENS 4 CHAT
6 II'. mill a fish entirely e4. FLAO AK HOAR Ile'J SHOP Shop
1a BRUN 'S PHA ACYnl the "tentative List" because! they IDOL Beauty

rrrhhh LrhTh.. .,... PI.. 1 look for the name by which they Lyric Beat*. Bldg. Ins L AIUIIJIII Ave ,110III'S

have personally known It It Is

) I Bay a Best If

tiL; .Lt arAu Fred A.. Stafford 'UARTSERVICES
; STOP in c Stuart: Taxi Serrlce StarioaFormerly

1oda1Coneult : C p 0 Jtegklerd .
SERVICE Kenneth !SP

it I a. about. your buildIng Mod Cotta Appalitche glove Weskr4Crows

I i problems. And all,. [ uCabinet. AnS Prompt Dependable .W,. Cat and AsRepair
d an sstI l hOae '
hind of Sedoee ih+
SoIt
PAINTS RLNTAL. DAY w atAar w
l app 154114 Land SnrveyeBtusrl Courteous
Y05 'Landscaping. Car taki -
WALL BOARDS MARTIN OUNT* Florida -m17. So. StooA,!
t BLAH d BAKE inf. General ReAtra,
PHOJ i
CEMENT PRODUCTS OM l Jw> I w1 ph., Pb 71 Pbee 356.1FISHING .te. Fed..No. I

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+ M WORK LUMBER.* ROOFING RIVCHI ; EDGE Homes sign white RODS Listen FolksDo ALICE; DELITTLE IIJ PORTCPrents

A SHOP Mfgr er stralgkgrahi yon know there I Ie SHOP

AL SHRIGLEX Mgr. Fine chi Noreltietery nun DAWM second A First Class Barber test '
Klckorr rod*. Rod Croat
former
East CoastVumber A visit. to our shop will < AHeratlMS* + dluew WoU b.1d orb MIJNCHS'Barber ) location' T.n.is racq

ulnae < at oar complete goa.
y redrlmtessoWilson
w I line Harry Glatrmgats off surf g io ,hieMa Shop Dehon Building Sports

& Just nort eI Ste Luck He toeciaKw e.aChlidrea' ... _

Supply river brU .. Raise B Jkl 0 Ilrewo Pvkaa hair cut c_ \

Box 848 Fla. also call forCENE Ave
: Stuart Flogs
Pbul. 22 P. 0. Bon 101 Stasrt, Fields Fhnefi.eI Pnd.et5K Welcome at aU time 206
W; Owner PAIGE
C. McMitUa, Lie R ;;: hat'r ...... TWitar. au... tw.i U. Ow Lo.Ao.r ,... Stuart




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