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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 13, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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THE STUART NEWS, STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY. NOV. 13, 1941 PRICE TIN CENTS:



d Flood Control ROGERS BACKS BABY WINS APARTMENT FOR PARENTS I 9 Seek Office in City f! :



ing' Is Scheduled FLOOD RELIEF




re 'Monday Night FOR FLORIDA Primary: Vote Nov. 25 i!




i iOn tof. Damage Questionnaires; Pledges Assistance at Chamber -

Meeting Hero Passes 2 Resolutions 8 FILE FOR 3

..i Explained at. !.!p. m. Session Monday 7" City I

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i storm,'losses now estimated/ at In excess of '3.4 .- "One of t'h''flrst bills I Accepts Park Board Files BOARD POSTS 1 :

-Martin County Is joining In necking inclusion iniU will Introduce on my returnto "

Central and South Florida flood control plan Congress will be a $5,- I

viA. H, Rowell, Acting chairman, announced 000,000 measure for the relief ---------1 ---
ar Passage of a resolution providing FOR JUDGESHIP

.,.nh, court house here at,8 p. m, Monday to ex. of flood-stricken Individuals S. W TRAYLOR I for the holding of the city i

ial 'lulaUon of quertionnaircs bung gent to all farmers, 'and" enterprise In primary election Nov. 25 In which "

i gad growers. Florida, said ConftreiwmsnDwlirht \ \ inspectors will be Rena E. Chase. Pence, Dyer to Ask Reelection ,
L Roger( peaking! DIES AT 78Pennsylvania '
E. J. Rlcou and Flora Z. Corbett j Candidates, ;
than UI.OOOoot of storm to MArtin County -Chamber
g damage Is estimated to have with Mrs Naomt Kitching to be Reviewed
4 ;
reo I by agriculture In seven southeast Florida counties of Commerce I and guests ._ I II
clerk, and another resolution demanding
A1- ..15. ,, here Monday night IndustrialistWell ; I Federal aid for flood Nine candidates;, tight for :

..., with| f 12,437,MM louses, was the hardest hit county Pledging his assistance to the -Known Here for control were high points of lastl! the City Commission< and one i

[.-peel, "'nll1\, to the tabulation received at the over-all system of Hood control Decade i night city commission meeting for Municipal Judge will i

i Drainage Commission offices here. planned to avert disaster In the fit Records of the City Park Board! appear on the annual city II

.4 -t "flfurea[ from the University of Florida extension de. ed future. Congressman Rogers cit- Samuel W. Trgylor, 78, 'Allentown I wre turned over to the commission primary eJection ballot Nov
numerous Instances of loss Pa.. Industrialist and wellI
set Dade Cfcnnty form damage at 17,334,200 and I and acute distress, ruined citrus Mr. and) Mr Bernard Brig Ion (standing) were able to sent tin known winter resident.here for I, : by secretary E. A Mennlnger Also submittedby executive I 25. Filings for the judge I I .

h eeiiotysat $3602000 groves and dairy losses, stating the past 10 died at 11:30 ,: ship and three com minion
years
Untnicnt| from Cutxlcr Riumuwien III Porlluid Mu. Ally IHIUIISCf .. I the secretary was a list of
I ,,_"'"" CIt... ...."t., BvlMliiMHkei The Federal Government appropriated f their -mnnlh.nld d,ing! ter, Norm Tilt.... seal ti
:,; awd. n..ds .4 Tmpit. thlir. b.,f $19000000 to help 1 lup.) lAndliird Rajndi.wn.. advertised, the for ll in West Palm Beach He notification of two outatal'ldlngleontracts clotted at midnight Sunday
;'. ItA ,rti# a J'Iuhoy 1 II..i*,. -1'..... Mississippi Valley flood victims Hpurtmtnt rent in' 11 and Mrs. Traylor had arrived between the old board I ,
.a, '14444 $ 144 M4 -, 0 4bs:4.99 IIUMI I think It should give relief In Manner: 'Prefciehce given to families. with mo (nt two bal.ies: The here about 10 days ago, but Mon- and two individuals to furnish I ,
= : UK: 117.OM 1 1,IM,o.It I. : Florida too." Bugloiis were chosen from more limn 1X( ) "Ppl| | IK-nils. day he suffered a heart attack SO pirk'benches and planks for I The election will arve to fill I
114 IH MO U mid 1 i
-- 4::::, ;r:ua :mo:min :1.446.000Gls" : Sketching the background of and Was hospitalized. Arrangements th'm City Attorney M. O Lilt : out the first five-man City Com .,
t.t ...
"lifte hu. .".n. r.44.600'" 11'.140000 1...II,104It4 the St. Lucie Inlet project for for funeral services and instructed to draw up mission here which was created I ,
64400 3741.1041 Ira one A 36 04 man was .
::. ..;it : : 04 (4400M: 1-17; IIM I Oil:Ml ..::1:13::::::: which a non-budgeted appropriation I burial ar still to edbe announced. a resolution authorizing In the 1947 session of the State '

-.'A/.a/ .|..i;,.444 i,1..B18IO. II 14.m 17.17 .. .IW.6.Tl;4 of $53.000 was secured Plans for Bridges Win Traylor each year ther checks drawn on the Legislature to replace the present
' f this year. Rep Rogers said: I about' equally between his balance to be signed by the fur.I'
fim SMck the OMrtr 110'Hi".004* 1 VM. ft.Itwd 110.4.... .. ,uf(.rn. II...4.... thmillr. t* "Nothing I have done in the Con, I Northern and Western business Manager and Mayor. three-man body and which

,...Not.M. .... .. .. .. ,.. Interests and his 60 acres halt two months ago gained popular
.. Jtonrw & nn f ? (f ||( 1314.441 dOTin Umnw gress has given m* more pleas a A beer and wine license
.m. .i... SIS 444 Ntoi. .i** M mini.*. ure of pride than this aocomPlishment. Favor of SRD Official I mile south of Sunrise Inn over fer from J. R. Merriman to approval In a mandatory refer
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".0h"Wit lZat 11..0< so smil"ing '1. AMM04M to floom.lbei ." looking St. Lucle Inlet on which| wnrd! S. aniii Katherlne Coyle Ed-I endum. Two members of the

Member of the Interstate and i iII he built a beautiful winter home approved i but a bid for a present board Vice Mayor W. R."Bob" .
? > A series of forward steps toward financing and construction and did considerable landscaping I: and Edward -
GLdthanformulated Guild Give Foreign Commerce, Committee II by Harry O Mattern I Baker and Jack L. Coleman I
ent, to the Congressman recently toured of new Martin county bridges to the oceaa--estlmated to cost He was famed for entertalnments ;I B. Jose was taken under '
In order to there will 'be holdover membersof '
i questionnaires Europe studying civil aviation nearly $2,500 000-was launched Tuesday nlgiit when Arthur DC- Including an- .,advisement j'
d establishing\ whether there I nual open houses on his birthday Use of the Civic Center! for an the new enlarged commission. !
2 Citing the importance of hon, Zack Mosley and Bert Krueger. Stuart. Pete Ward and Lane
uld tie, I sufficient economic: Play Nights American international I and outdoor picnics He was art exhibit by the Fine ArtaGuild I First to file the commissionrace
aviation\ Jennings Jensen Beach and a county delegation composed of !
to the Federal ) honorary member of the
Be* warrant | Stuart
and S and fora Kenneth'or
he said that this country is now I Inc, Doc 4 was Btlmmell I, 30-
jettliIr.the Everglades, Cenhd Commissioner Arthur Elms County Attorney Evans Crary and Rotary Club. I
I operating 70 cent of all danc: Christmas night by the I year-old Pennsylvanian who has I
Next per overseas I
Florida, Klasimmee RiverA Weekthe flights, and that the COMmittee Road Superintendent A. A. Hcndry conferred with State Road Department He was considered Allenlown Jaycee-Et s was approved as I I called Stuart his permanent 1

valleys": ft the! Bt. Johns and sought to find how civil i I member H, B. Fulta of.the 4th District In Miami t 1-adlnff Industrialist Traylor( were initial steps to reinsure ''I residence for nearly seven years. 'II I
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ifltwaha. aviation of foreign countries]I f The committee reported that -- -- was builder and owner of the! city-owned vehicles. I I He was born In Fayette County. 'II I

I Monday, 'nights..meeting wlllji Martin County FIne Arts I might be developed In conjunction ,. Fultj was favorably Impressed\ Hotel Traylor where he lived In1 I Mrs. Callie McCrary was appointed Pa. and visited here for several '

i hel4 Wider the auspices Of1: Guild second dramatic produc- with Americas expanding 1 1I [I. with plans for the two new Dance Billed Allentown was chairman of the I I deputy city clerk and years before settling down He ''I
.
n County Flood Control 1 tion, Joseph Kesselrtngs famed air-power but found that in bridges from Stuart to the ocean board of directors I of the TraylorEngineering I auditor owns and operates. the Stuart ,' ,

tftee, affiliated with the "Arsenic 'and'Old Lace*, will be I nearly: every "instancethese I I and for a ,new Jensen ,bridge and Manufacturing I Services with office In the I ,
Saturday at 9 Company and a director in several : J
orlda'Pqr4trol, Committee Alls I presented In the auditorium of I countries have devoted all their drawspan. COUNTY DELEGATION Krueger Bldg Active and extremely

ranchers' farmer and the high school here at S:15 p.m. resources ,to destruction and I II Also present at the meeting''! other firms. In 1938 he wrotahis j I TO ATTEND SCOUT interested In.,civicaN i
fuMt at'larje' and have nothing left with which to George Brockway engine biography-entitled "Out Ofthe fairs. Stlmmdl is t member of 1
Wednesday Thursday i were | -At Cabin [COUNCIL MEETING ,
Log ,.
SouUiwe-iU.% _
.,& aretnvlted'i Tickets at.M cents each tar I I recover on a constructive .iiaate.'. on the projects: Emerson Cook, I t .__ the Junior, Chamber ,of Commerce -

the 255 general l admission !seats They'look to the United States I fiscal! agent, and Truman Lives I ---- Born Feb. t. 1869 In New W"v-1,>I Judge A. O Kanner, district He Is married has two
|Wan of Wartln each -and American dollars to lead his associate all of West erly. Texas, the son of Dr. children and lives at 171 River-
; parts County, and $1 for 70 reserved Rate I ey, A Sadie Hawkins dance,'during chairman announced that a I
1 ns pointed out, have been night went on sate this week. (Continued On tag/( five) Palm Beach. which the men are warned son and Cornelia White simp-I I large delegation from Martin view Drive I .
at 16 to
|Urd d because of lack of wa- They may be procurred at. the ... Llvesey went to Tallahassee to "be prepared to defend your, he left home Two County would attend the annual I Second to file for the board

r eotttroU.\ If this county can John E. Taylor real estate office yesterday to discuss: financing selves," will be held at the Log own way. years I, banquet of the Gulf Stream was R. Boyne McPherson, Stuart -
in the
w sufficient cause, Federal on OlCeoIa Ave.. Bruner Pharmacy Art Show Entry aspects with SRD officials, Cabin under the auspices of the played an Important part Council Boy Scouts of America.1 agnnt since March 23. 1927 '

d 1 nay.be secured. Chtsholm Drill on V. S 1, Blanks Due Nov. 29 Brockway will be there Satur Junior Chamber of CoramcrcJ I construction head-control of electric the first railway I I over to be held at the Holy TrinityParish I for the Florida East Coast Railway ,I:

I County Agent L. U Johnson Martin County Cleaners, Stuart day to go Into engineering details Saturday night Hall In West Palm Beach McPhervm, born in Nebraska \

pll be In charge of distributing Drug Company, Walkers Entry blanks. for the first an- and Evans Crary will Join Three prizes will be given: for I system at Laredo In the Texas United, States built Monday at i, pmT 'I moved h"re! with his I

questionnaire. supplemental Jewelry Store, Daniels Drugstore nual art exhibition to be sponsored them for a State Road Department the best male costume, the best I I parents Oct. 6. 1897 and has J
rieitlonnalre and a "land use" or from members of the here Dec 4 and & by the meeting there next Monday female costume and the best On an electric plant. Job in L HAUSMANN 63 I been with the railroad since Jan. i \I II

11 t fir assembly of the interim Guild Reservations may be Fine Arts. Guild must be received At that time an effort will matched couple Music will be Mexico he met William Gugg"n DIES AT POINT HOME 2 1009 He has held no previous 11I
desired by the Engineers, made with Mrs. Walter F, Davey, by Exhibit Chairman Erwin F. be made to *.cure tentative approval furnished by Sheldon Baker and helm who Inspired him to attend : I public office l although he is '

d I eoverlw not only the 1947 telephone 86, or Mrs. J.S. Oreen- Johnwlck not later than Nov. 29, of financing and project his orchestra starting at B p.m.[ the School of Mining at I Theodore L. Hausmann, 63, for I Democratic committeeman for II'I
uter but the last 10 years lees, telephone 300 or 301. It was announced this week. plans. It successful in this Initial Admission will be $1 for a single Kansas University Upon com- resident of Sew- I, Mar In County PreclnciWl8\ ] .I; \

line questionnaires aIDM''be ex- They may be left with him at move final approval will person and. $1.SO for a coupleROflANS plelon Of studies became engineer all many s Point years died a unexpectedly at Is married, has: one daughter, I ,j 11
for Colorado Iron Works Lorraine, and lives at 432 Hibla
I'lneif
In detail school mailed to BoxC be sought at the SRD meetingat
MAXWELL
REV. PHIL the high or i his home there about II p.m. 7'' I-
took
Isht' I Company This connection : Cue Way In St Lucie Estates He
in it
i meeting Stuart. Miami December was reported
I NEW MODERATOROF him to New York where h9 set terday. He was attended by Dr also Is a Rotarlan. '. I
County
RepresentingMartin The blanks which must accompany HEAR Parker who was hurriedly ;
J. D.
BAPTIST CROUP himself up u a consulting mining Third In line Is Paul M. Hoen
I the Epod damage hearing be- each offering for the Financing of both projects I engineer. He opened a minIng summoned but to no availHausmann 'I(t
ne trigGen P. B Fleming ine shel of 209 South Atlanta Ave :
exhibit are available at Walk- will be done Jointly with priorIty I born in 1884 In
of.the machinery manufacturing Ito
': The Rev. Phil Maxwell who was born In Virginia came
circuit: court hearing room ers Jewelry Store, requested for the Jensen Binghamton N Y,.was for many : ,
2SURVLYMEN in In 1901.
Church elected business Allentown "
I WN\\lalm Beach last Thurs- Stuart Baptist was : Florida In 1910. moved to ,
LaPolnte"1 draw
with General
executive
Jewelers In the span an
moderator of the Indian During World War I he person years Martin County 20 years ago and !
j morning were Senator Evans Edward real also I Motors Corporation and later
Mapp's The county delegation
Vary' A. River Baptist Association at the I ally designed a shell which was I has lived in Stuart more than <<
.
attorney and 'I
county In Fort Pierce floe in the Post Office Arcade conferred with Fulta on possible -- accepted by the British War j with the General Cable Company ,
I Etndry, Jr, county road sup-of1. annual session L. C Klckllter of the and at Johnwlck office I State. aid for the Indianftjwn- John Bowie and Frank Far- Ministry'which gave him a tl0.000,000 .- I He retired recently to his I three land years.boom When burst ttt paralyzing& famed :.

pnttndent. In the course Stuart Friday.church was named president Exhibits themselves will be received -; Jupiter road, State Road AlA at quhar of the Norfolk Va., office contract to build them. I home here.survivors. I 11926 efforts to create a town at Port \
> reeling Crary reported it Hobe Sound and Martin, Highway of the V B Coast and Geodetic Include his wife I IJ
from
Association Brother- at the Civic Center : Later he developed the cement : I Hoenshel employed
of the
'"lot taM 1350000 to restore 1 to S p.m. on Dec t and 2 and Survey explained the functionsand gun I Blanch, and a foster daughtevMrs. J Mayaca the was and over i iI
In thisuntyWlth hood.. to develop area a
need publio works I The association embracing each must be framed or have a varied services' of the organization Survivors Include his wife,Lot Waldo Schraubstader of I 117-year span he laidout and

i an additional $50- I Baptist churches between Oral- mat A fee of tl will be charged in a club-participation tie Greenwood Traylor; two sons i New York. City.TEACHERS 1 managed the Bessemer Properties ,
to tof.nrt
repair flood, damage at the weekly noon
: and Stuart and west to Indl- : for not more than five exhibits METHODISTS program Samuel W. Jr.. of Allentown and ----- on the lakeshore until his I
no I
>, to hear I antown and Bassenger will hold by ,arty, one individual and 10 meeting of Rotary at Chisholm'syesterday. Dr. Warren Traylor of Los Angeles TO GIVE resignation early In 1944. He 1
session called .
was its IMS session at Stuart with cents for each entry above five ; a grandson, Samuel 3rd TUESDAY P.TA SHOW Still serves the corporation on :
m 'Hots cities
>> from stricken I The two speakers explainedthat I
the I Rev J R. White of Fort No individual may enter more and a brother and three sisters AT CIVIC CENTER an advisory basis and manages \
Will, drainage Issues
bounties and the charts the Survey -
It said Entries by PLAN-BUILDING the latter four living in Texas. \
10 was
Pierce chosen to preach the association than a large grove near Fort Pierce
lets. on which Gen. Fleming are, constantly being revised I
be made
intd. sermon here. Guild members may Principal Erwin Johnwlck and In addition to farming in the
to figures to changes In
accept any according
I
without charge I providing they'ar. ___ TO BE SHOWNA schools Slough section on State
at might be submitted and typography and show the relations MOVIES his staff of the Stuart Cane i
mend some form of eonlanai S TO ATTEND: : CONVENTIONMayor not made tar lale or competition Decision to begin construction i of land and water. water motion picture produced by I will stage a novel program at Road 78 about 10 miles west of .

relief. 'A partial tally Phil Pence and City The Guild will deduct a In the immediate future on anew I depths and the many aids to Cathedral Films entitled "The I the November meeting of the .Stuart. He Is married and has a

the costs submitted totaled Manager I*. B. Eurit will Jeave 10-per cent commission from educational building to alleviate navigation helpful to vessels to Parable of ,tne Sower" will be [Parent.Teachers Association at I daughter, Mrs Stanley Smith, i

I't than $2,000.000 In Broward. Sunday tq attend the annual any entry sales for loss and or will damage not be the crowded conditions keep on course, I shown at the Methodist Churchat I I p.m. Tuesday at the Civic Center I living here. He Is a member of

tin, Palm Beach and St.Cls convention of the Florida League I responsible The exhibit will open at S p.m in the children departments The club had 11 guests and 1:30: p.m. Sunday ........... I the Rotary Club.
of the
Counties. of Municipalities in St. Petersburg was made at a meeting welcomed two new members, Fourth filer was Mayor Phil
Sunday night Dec 4. close at 10 p.m. and be official board of the Methodist j who filed a week as a
starting 1; Ben A Redding, Jr., and George Pence ago
: open all day Dec 5 until 10 p.m. at the church last Leach Carson Author third .
through Tuesday. __ {.Church P. Blronlmus, |Ruby candidate for a consecutive
THE TIDES'i Thursday night Estimated: cost term on the board. Pence
U $20000 and the Ret. W. first was elected to a threeyearterm

Ore lered to Trial O Aldrldge I < was requested CONGRESSMAN STUDIES To Address Woman's Club' In 1941 and re-elected: In
'
i ... .1.. ;;::; ,.; tiot .1. LarleIW 19Cases to make plans to raise this LOCAL FLOOD DAMAGE 1M4 at which time he became I

atadwt Ill." wook "dohl W.Nov.B."fl.so.ft sum Rep.'Dwight Rogers here to : Mrs. 'Ruby 'Leacli Carson of of the committee substitute volunteers Mayor Born In Boynton Mayor
'1 Docket will to Stuart Sept. 13
644 simi".011101h Court building Pence came
The
one-story
I h": i.i 1oI am cpiledto On November'\ have entrance from Albany Ave. make a speech: to the Chamberof I Coral Gables, historian of note will Include Mrs.,L. E. 1934 and bought out the old
by I. night, later Rlcou Mrs.
Commerce Monday and author of "Fabulous Florida" Ashley, Mrs. Earl '
it. w. 2. W. .......' .., .... wi 11.-, along Its north side by a cov- Stuart Metal Works from Marie
with Commissioners Mrs. R. B Me-
conferred County and
A..u P.M. AAL Y-Jol.: Nineteen cases of the e9 aP'peLring DIC athvW ered walk 6 feet wide from which I a. State history will be theguest Evans Crary Mtttlehauser In 1(4 which he

It 8,40, miss $06 1,48'Be on the November' term suuS4 .1.... "._1. "Mullff' will be entrances to the Junior Arthur Sims and O D. speaker at the Stuart Woman Pherson. renamed the ,Stuart Plumbingand
set, for W.-Ift" Qulnllvan, Sen. Evans Crary I Club covered dish luncheon At a business session yesterday
: :: : :4: :-a : : I of county court were W.6Ault, bile Wkhpastwo' Assembly. room and three classrooms s Metal Works, Inc. He operated
11 ..10.1 161, II,tall W .3 trial Dec. 1-4 by. Judge Arthur U*hWe" --'h-: lot-l-t-C the .primary assembly Rep;Marvin Rowell* and Road at 12:JO p.tn. next Wednesday the club voted to launch the the firm for four year*
opening of the OW KIIII-00: .. .A- JAM .. lod"'tlk. Supt A. A. Hendry" at Rowell'shome Mrs. Carson backgroundof annual library membership drive
:: : 6.41a B. clonts at the n J and three classrooms and two before selling his Interests In It
: 'UZ' ;ii m :lot house Tuesday .": on possible Federal grants I knowledge 'of Florida and ltehlstol' Nor 11 to Dee 10. Mrs Carroll
I. .la.41 1:04 1.61 term at the court put. P. W-4 Uw nhntur -"" large rooms tor the nursery and and to Carl L. Bow last March IS,
: chairman
011119 victims here
to aid storm authenticity to Dunscombe library
: wlileta,' 'kit" l 1.90..4.' } gives the father of four
morning It will be located Married and
..... Dole J. Itanriran< -polmu-0 kindergarten the flood control to and will announce details of the .
listed ; n long rang what she will ]have say
Of the other SO cases ..... ........ .hllt Ift"3116194,. immediately south of the present at the CIlia Mayor Pence resides at 407
WEATHER of fund-raising campaign
THE estreated with a plan. her pleasing manner speaking His principal
bonds Dec aot.to church building and will be South Atlanta Ave
36 total had of",150. four cue' were .., w....... C. Aiw I % 41041"las. in by 38 feet with the short has made popular demand for program, meeting Wednesday objective, he said in seeking
; Continued .. .. -. COMMITTEE TO MEET her lectures: Mrs B A. Sudhoff Three new, active member continue,
S were 7: 0 VI:: Toot. J" lam-or. side facing Albany Ave another term! Is to
prossed
M.110...mat... Work "o It_64. .hy. noil term, 13'were ..... .... Dwlthxit 04 Jr. wine. Il.to The recently-appointed five- will be presented In several :vocal were vot'd, Into the club: Mrs. help towards. making Stuart a
\1. I. wastheir to therebruAry .... A plan for the structure was committee
hak It-ft. Fit. had sentence deferred ..... ."MN.Wh... M. F. Will..... .....1.. unanimously at Thursday man advisory planning numbers I George W. Conrad of Stuart and better place In which to lire He
adopted
piageord.-i will
IT.P4IW4 11_" pirwip wtai.mo., "Plits ".t. to the City Commission The meeting will be arranged Miss Georgia' E: Turner and Mrs. :
passed 'J.411 .
.-- ..Mi.r.lt' -, and 20 had sentence state v.. ..UI.. Ut Vwuulo -....tt 's session upon advise by Dr. meet at the city hall at 8 pjn. by the fine arts department of Laura M. Howard of Indian Is a Rotartaa.The
.... n -, cases to be heard include 0.4 'b.14.7. O B. Rice of St. Augustine and Includes fifth candidate ls It B.
Th The
imidlowitwor. tomorrow. group River Dr., Jensen Beach.
.
Damron\
Luther
Vikp6daliollill Mrs.
>: :i U four on Dee 1, five on *. J., st.w.I& V"ta 1, William Smith, Stuart contract Price French; W A. LlpiJlncott! chairman which Her committee includes MIL Charles W. McPherson, Rains who came her iVi Yearsago
and four on Dec. Die. 4 who attended the meeting. A from Gainesville where he
toy
six on DeC. 1 Commissioner W. R. Baker William ; custodian for 2i displayed
.. M O Littman, U flag years, -
Mrs.
..... SUM V4. Jo* F, WtlllkWtXk *4> -named four of schoolingin
committee was finished years
., ,..:::::::: I:r They art: DIC.. t. NAIL *"8'Ato"& 'yifuio* (.!.. utuli, asa building Including)Smith, J. L. Decker H King and Ben A. _Redding_ ;: Paul Hoenahel McCullough., Mrs. J. L Mrs.Craig AIL flag the which recently flew' purchasednew from the the University of Florida.

C. C.: Coot..11. 11J01 ho ........ ve"711sopiet.1 H. Thayer and,A M.. Wiley: NS Mrs R. B. Born In Ountersvills, Ala, Rains vConHautd
''INCH&I-- ..... ... ,,.._ 0.10M.".Sal M it. will,M WUlf re. ,MAII.IACI'uoPLI AT' Chappelka and Mrs Walter clubhouse staff Armistice Day
Ir : f ........ .. ..Into' bWto .Hh.al 0".0.Pat. Concrete block will be furnished N. MUkr, Kuuu City, .. 1 to
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F1\\\\ : NEWS Mrs.Wesley H. Service G. Kindred Guild President Elects 11



r 'I ', r6' NN \ 111111u iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii IIInuuuunuuIInuuii Mr. Henry Garret Kindred'.Lon Tyson assisting Mrs. Whit- The Rowell!! Furniture Co. (
Mrs. PK R. Leach Describes
N 6.
'I' :, I was elected president of the Icar. A scond In the series of t ,
Wesley Service Guild of the
'II youth entertainment will be
l Methodist Church at last Thurs-!
\, >: \ 1 Montreal Garden: Club Meet day' monthly meeting at the given following the Christmas .

George Conrad home on East 4th holiday activities.
\' I 'I 1. The November meeting of the iI !! St. The new officer, to assume The Guild toted to give $10 '\/
:' ,Garden Club was, opened Mon-,; was the visit to the Montreal duties In January were unanimously for a "Care Box",of food to be '
k I ; day by the singing of the National 'Botanical Garden, which 1* a elected following the report sent to Europe and also to obtain Pleased 'to See
s'I' ; Anthem In honor of Armistice model for tin horticultural of the nominating committee a name of a family In Is Very :}
I I'II I > Day, followed by an invo-' world. and Include Mrs Hubert Greece to whom membera .wllI :
'.' i I t, cation liven by the Rev T. J.a Clements, vice-president; Mrs. send boxes of clothing and food
I ;ary. Mrs. Charles A. Carrld.' In thanking the official hostesses Curtis Whlt car: and Mr. Vernon during the coming year Mr\ .
Chaplin, read a resolution In, In parting Mrs. Leach said, Chason, corresponding and recording Kindred assisted Mr*. Conrad as
i memory. of the late Mrs. George j'I' "If you will) come to Florida we secretaries, and Mrs. hostess at the social hour Citizens.
W Green Mrs. Wlllafurd R.I'('will entertain you royally but Curt E. Schroeder Jr., treasurer Others attending were Mrs. 8 Qualified
"'I' ," Leach,pr..sldentlntroduced. new"I "An Orderly World for Chil Frank E. Glass Mrs. H.H. Thayer -
!
s\, I { .\ members of the official family: 1,;cannot promise such a warm reception dren" was the theme of the devotional Mrs. W. O. Aldridge Mrs. Ed.
a* you have given us service conducted by O'Connor, Mr. Tom McClukey,
I I Mrs. W. C. Armor, transportation for we'' ."
have constant briese
\ : and visiting I garden chair I I Mr*. Bernard Binson and of the Mrs. Arthur Bow flog I Mrs. '
,', man: Mrs J. E Taylor chair The thermometer registered 85 pro I r. m. presented by Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs.Fred Walton C d.i.d'a1for ;t
''I J, man of State and national I degrees that day which was a Schroeder. It was reportedthat Miss Addle Lee Moore, Mr. As a n "
,. j I freakish heal
!" d I awards; Mm, Evans Crary,chairman .: frost wave following a the first teenage, monthly i. R. TroMl. Mr, Lester Sheri ',ff 'M' ..,. .
two weeks before. :
\ ; I! of thus Star memorial killing party, held .Nov S at the dan, Mr*. Kay Gaels Mrs. L. M.
\1 rs I Th hostesses, Mrs W. A. Whltlear home at Mrs.
highways and roadside beautlflcatlan Curtis l Johnson I. Y. Harper Mrs
f i J 'r, and Mr.. Harry Swingle Palmer, Mrs E. A. Menninger, Port Sewall. was attended by 14 Harry Orr and Mrs. Richard
Mrs Carroll. Dunacombe andMrs.
J hurst, chairman of garden tenten George Keith.served tea with Mrs. Clement and Mrs. Lukens. ,
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I and the horticultural book
'th'l' .
t from a table centered with a .

,_ :":. ,I shelf.Mrs. Leach then turned the large arrangement, of tropical Dr. Gome Florida Inventor
fruit on a long banana leaf. -
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,,11',; meeting over to Mrs Swingle-
-" ''I t hurst, vice-president. Mrs. Leon LEGION AUXILIARY TO SEND FilledOn \
f ;.S '1 E. Ashley. was welcomed home nT: KANS' CHRISTMAS BOX Is Subject of PE 0 Program The Three Posi ions To Be

I' 'h /' '" on her birthday and presenteda The Legion Auxiliary Is collecting .-
I t birthday cake. New members .
articles for the
I Joy Shopat
,Mrs. Smith entertained the prevention of malarial diseases
Stanley
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,, ', Welcomed Included Miss ,
I Syrena Pratt General Hospital where ,
j, j Tolt-n, Mrs. W. H. Sterns and Christmas gift for famine of the PEO sisterhood Monday using the pen name Jen-
at her home River-
i { Mrs. C. O Summer The exhibit hospitalised war veteran are evening on
view Drive,. South St. Lucle ner.In The CommissionInasmuch
,, \ .' of Thanksgiving: table center assorted and (hip pe d. Mrs. Rivet Mr*. F. W. toy presidedat IMS he gave up his practice City ,
made of lowers ,
1 pieces were
( Blanche Lowrey local president .
the business meeting when to devote his time to mechanical I.I
,1 I'' and fruit stated: that all kinds of toys and \
monthly reports were given by refrigeration. In 1831
i t'i I Mrs. 0. W. Conrad announced clothing for children(\ and house-
the officers. An Invitation from he was granted a patent said to
that ,
t Mrs. Franklin D Jones hold articles are needed for
f i Mr. O. C. Bennett Mrs. Howard these families whose govern- Chapter R Fort Pierce, to loin be the first In the United State 'J
t Neall and them Dec. 8 at the home of Mr* 'for-1ce-mating machinery. For
Mrs.
'i' : Henry Rains ment pensions are pot sufficient
R. V. Ankeny Ankona for the some his time and
would be hostess on Dc. 8. A'>'for needs of growing families. year gave
report of.the delegate to the supreme used trie-principle of artificial
lure!: delegation Is expected to Contributions of candy,
1 I, attend the 41th District meetingof fruit and other Items money nay( be left convention In Los Angeles Ice In sick-room f.His fail- as Vie writer has dvocated a' 5-man commission, we
in September, was read and ac.eepted ure to get capital Interested In
the Florida Federation off with Mrs. Lowrey at the Holler- peopV these and ascertain before
Garden Clubs In Miami on Dt-c. an Apt. Greeting cards to chapter his Invention la said to have feel that the should 'conta t men

I..., : 6. The door prizes were won by The auxiliary will meet Nov. member who were 111 were hastened his death in 1855. He voting their, positioiV on the folio ing changes that the writer feels
signed. has been honored with a nichein
j Mrs. C. W. Lawton -
and Mrs 25 at the new legion home on
The arranged by Saturday Hall in the CapitolIn
Curtis' Whltlcar. East 6th St. to prepare the articles program are in order i
I Mm L. A"shby Arbogast. pro. ;i for shipment. Mrs. Loy, was a review of the Washington D. C-
life and work Dr.John Oorrle the the
gram chairman presented" the of Following program ,
familiarly known a* the Inventor hostess served refreshment. Assisting
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', speaker I ol the afternoon, Mrs. PRESBYTERIAN BAZAARTO I IIThe
mechanical A native of .
of Ice. were Mr Paul Hoenshel
I '" I i Leach Florida, who to the was national a delegate council from The BE annual HELD: DEC.bazaar 4 and tea of Charleston, 8. C. he came to and Mrs. Gardner ..Mr. Webster Count! Commissi |n has voted $3,500 for an -,I
i Apalachlcola In 1833 where he Ordway will be hostess to'' the
\I Oct.meeting IS held of at State the ML Garden Royal! Clubsf' Ho the Presbyterian will\ be held Women'from 2 Association to S became: a leading physician and chapter Monday and Mr. W. .. adequate plysical trai ting and 'sports stadium at ;
later "served as Mayor. He was Matheson will have charge of
J tel. Montreal. She gave an Interesting pm. Dec.4 at the Woman' Club. Stuart High chool. T City voted $3,500 to match "'I
Hil a writer of note on medical IUP- the program on "Education and
j1 'r account of the business Dozens of homemade articles,
: and contributed article to I'Cottey College,"-the of
jests project
and social events of the especially suitable for Christmas the .County fnds-but mediately after the 5-man
the Commercial Advertiser on the organization.
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convention showing many picture gifts, Will be placed on sale. The
t j I .*._and favors Outstanding_ :]public_la_Invited commission was pro] ed they retracted the $3,<
I MRS. NORRIS COSSABOOM ST. It'CIB UOTEL GUESTS
500 and voteU to gin it for yacht basin 'thewindward
: ENTERTAINS MATRONS'LUNCHEON Guest at the St. Lucle Hotel < a on
H'I II TUESDAY this week Included Long Island siAe of th St. Lucie. In opinion
TIME our- I
I Ij It NOW Mrs. N9rrls Cossaboom was N. Yw fishing party composed
!,, To Check With UJ For hostess to the November luncheon of Harry and P. G..Sheri we should hold off the yacht basin till la reasonable I'i
dan, Oeorge Kuala, Charles Roth
t SCARCE MERCHANDISE COMING IN I meeting of the Matrons' and Samuel Trechaft, R. H. Ash- site a|all hay been proposed and decided

j. ', KELVtNATOR APPUAMCES Class of, the Methodist Sunday ton'and J. C: Dwight of Jacksonville 'iI
i I School at her riverfront home ; Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Merrill upon.
,,1 ( DUOTHERMPACE. and> WAliR HEATERS I on Palm City Road Tuesday.Following and Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Fisher ij,
,
,E I"I"I I JACUlZI PUMP SYSllMS a business session the of Chino, Call relative of Mr A
I( r L. Whirl-cot aU Rumsey (Powrl Mowers member completed plan for I 8 and Mrs. M. P. Payette of the 2-As to the pa king ablem, we do not need a ( i
fall bazaar to be given later this Flshnol at pod Sewall; Ctpt. yr
BESS HARDWAHE, CO. I month. Those present were Mrs. and Mrs. Ford Carter; Congressman parking mete systei ? However, we do need
n t 1 Box N. Stuart \ 'hone 38or 216Internatioml J.drtdge Y. ,Harper.Mr. A. C.Mrs.Courson W. 0, Mra.I Al-. Lauderdale DwIght and L. Rogers Washington of Fort; one-hour parking la [ in certain zones of the City (

I W. H. Barnett, Mrs. Earl J. Dare Mr. and Mr. George Blgelow, of Stuart, witty an a( equate law for enforcement. 1
and mother, Mrs. W.C.: German, Miss Dorothy and Ralph Dun- J
1
Mrs. Alice M. Dare Mrs. M. Barrett leavy, and F. C. and L. O. Hurl- ,
: : I I Sljerling Mr*. Syrena Toten Mrs. E. bert of Oakland, N.J.; Mrs. J.-J.
''it, } I B. Underwood. Mrs. J. M. PhllpMr Keevan and her brother F. L. 3-Our cemetery >houl< have attention, and as, the, 'I

*, L L. Deckerr Mr*. W R. Meayher of Media Pa. FldeleKoenlg
: Bulova WatchesT Park Board ies been alloted to the City
.
Leach and Miss Cella M. At- left'this week for Tallahassee m< we !

I''", r r Keepsake and W*da Alt Carved wood."THROUCH.THE.YEAR", to meet his wife who I Ia of Stuart they out |be -used in a program covering ":
: : a coming from California to Join
I Diamonds and Vwddiiv Rings him for the season here..Form maintenanc of p rkl,- recreation grounds and .\

II, C. & E. JCER TOMORROW BANQUET SET NIGHT FOR erly shortly and of have before Paris been, the they makingtheir Nazi left invasion France a cemetery of ,hich4The we would not be ashamed.

home In Pomfret.Conn.. l
.
Jewel $ The "Through-the-Year" banquetannual
v4' OSCEOLA AVE. STUART social event of the 5-man comiiissicommissioner n will draw $20 salary per l j
JERSEY FOLKS: FISH
adults of the Baptist Sunday
''bo ;j '' School, will be held at the Wom.I WITH CAPT. WHITICAB eaoji m nth, instead of$35 a* Under ;

r IIIllllllllllllllllllllllllulllllllllllllllllll( lllllllll II Illllliiiiiiuiniiiititlllilllz I i an'nosed Club by tomorrow the adult night department fipon worth Mr., and Bergenfleld Mrs Harry N. JT, Holds-winter the old set-up e commissioners: should look j

of the school, this annual get- guest at Delray, Beach enter into all salary pa m nts and bonuses in the city :
together ha gained ln popularIty tained a fishing party Tuesday
+" each year. Twelve tables, aboard Capt.., Jack Whltlcar'i set-up to' see ho> f r this economy goes when !
z liy ANNOUNCINGMy one for each month of the year, charter cruiser out of Port Sew- to' '
will be arranged by 13 women all Rough sea confined themto applied city ei5The 1 ee.. ,j
and guests will be placed according inside flshir which netted
the month of their birthday .! dozens of bottom fish and they
A Candmacy .. I plan to return soon for another School Boardwort the City Commission should ;
Mr*. L. C. Klckllter la general try for tall in the Gulf Stream. .
chairman. Mr. Garland Eden I out a trade ol he lands that are owned,'by
field will present the evening\ MRS E. I. RICOU IMPROVEDMrs. :
4' ; for program. Z.J. Rteou! ,who baa been .the people of Stua and Martin County ,in 4th

il +li ALTHAIRE_HALL I I seriously for several 111 week with ,hypertension was moved Street Park that, are! [eeded to' increase 'the,recrea-:

TO BE WED SATURDAYIN I lost Thursday to the West 4th tion acreage that 01 growing s'chools must have
Comm Bt home of her daughter Mrs.
j City over WASHINGTON Ernestine Eckeu,. R. N. She was to be accredited.
Miss Althalre Hall daughter reported today to be much 1m- .
1sl of Mr. Charles Hall of Kobe proved. 1 "
Sound, and Naval Electricians: 1

sl I IN THE PRIMARY ElfcciION OF Mate nd Class William H. The Frank Bchlossen of Vineland I
,
Schneider will be married In N. J, have written ;
that
These few Ihi for constructive:
only pf
I TUESDAY MlV. Washington Saturday afternoon. they left Monday of thlsx week are a many, opportunities%
(
Washington Miss Hall and left Mrs.Friday HaU left for for another season at their win-. action by the new 5-man board ter home. (12 East tth St.
this morning. Schneider, son of Discuss these,items with the clndUates before'making up your minds

r r Beach Mr*. A. 1*Robinson attending of a Boynton Naval Mrs.from L. Chicago E. Ashley and arrived Evanston Sunday -, '-and above all ,go to the polls and vote on TuesdiyiNov,25, election!

school In the capital 111., where she has visited her J 'r
ARLES A Ty"I Mrs. listen for the past two month. day xl! wl!. i' "
Mr. C, Anthony. 4Rowell '
Jr., and son, Jlme, have moved f:.
from their Eldorado Height I .,. ,
Your Vote and Support Sin -rely AppftxUled: horn to the home of his motheron LYRIC THEATRE .
California. Mr. Anthony / ;
I I.M f.lllfc-J ..rli..l..tla Br. who was critically 111 for
many week. 1 U now reported .. pAO MbaE 1Ng PArr1qS .
a t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUilllllhIIIIllllllllllllllllIIlllllll! 1111I11I11I11I11I1 11111I11I11I1111 I I making m remarkable recovery, I

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ENTERS TO sUKIRftttr Craw DtAN RIVER CONFERENCE
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r LICENSE ITOU>ERS I.... lot 01STUART woodbom Pa 0.de doon ,
Alfalfa and clover
.} 1 JJJJwnfimn :::: 0aWelbouu 10 : GRID VETS GET A ,LINE ON SPORTSWeekend's TIGERS PLAYINTITUSVILLE 1..1. be Oaa'NrntPohohos 1 0 as a7 sweet alkaline ,
neutral soils,
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Every Martin County hunter Ran lollio. 1 I :sec4::: : IIt [ ,... 0 .._ or
l receive tree a new attrac-! Ok_' II aTO / Grid' Fare Here OffMill Lowery. JI.rt_* Shoe.
...WT1FRIDAY' MESUL .... DAVID SED
license Col. '
,,lY designed, holder 1 1.h.k.1 a7 STUART II e.wlat. 2 WINS IDLE Pha" down. ...... .... ......... CKD
li rear When he purchases his .' r.r1 a, MIWorne 0. P.._ le.p/ed e II
the permit for the 1"-48'' e."C.._._41. 0', Reu_...0"11..... 100 ./.. e Included Many Odd TurnsBy .:-'I osmpleted' 'Mere. :: '.:.:',: I If T
County Judge Arthur R.unt FOR LOOP LEADPahokee P.... In.c.d h, .. .
jon.said this week. 1 .'STUARt TOMORROWS e0 T".1I1o.CAMEl THIS WEEK END 'Y.... ......., 110.- ... a.4 a Tennis r Con.truetiog} ,
w ...11...... post. .. i
[The new two-color holders,, e..5' Vvd at Ok..chnbo R..e. ,, ED MENNINGER, JR. A... yd., p.ot. ... $55 ft Red or fern urits Courts
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palled by the State Game and' P.o 1'- ONIO, Air,,nm7)4tW) Martin County football fandom was treated to some unusual ; Shatter Dogged Ay. yd. llckofft ". .. ci 4 .7 I Per ant Asp ltie Courts jReConditio t '
d> Water Fish Commission,I' Whip Both Okeecbobe, gridiron sights this week end. In the course of the pigskin parade Yd.. Ntm ill tokfunbto 01 U

made of designed water-resistant to ma. DODGERS WIN AGAIN"- Vero 14 .+ 71| Miam{ these "odd" events occur ever !so often, but rarely in the quantityof Defense Win ir da,27.0 I $.mik* '"a _. red j eOw. g
and prevents
rUl hunter1 license from becom.I FLAT HERE SUNDAY Return Postponed last Friday and Saturday.tilghTl here, I Vila,11w0. Penalties' It 11 Tennis SuppiJE
Clonts The Veterans touchdown on an unreturned punt takes the Primed to t
tolled or ..torlludse\ snap a two-game
EN BEALORIDA
( The "i
Stuart Fresh from two victories In FOOTBALL RESULTS
plained. Dodgers, unmIndful cake Okcechobee punter, attempting to kick from his end tone, losing streak, the Martin '
|on the outside! cover of the of the advent ,of football four days which have run their was stunned to watch his boot go high Instead of long, bounce County v.... ft..rII I 4. atom's' II e. 'r ,
scored their High School Tigers will leave ..
Y.t. WAS
14th Port Vl.ree 1. Miami
den the gams commission season Sunday victory of the winning streak to four games. down on the Okeechobee 6-yard line and then nimbly skitter backwards here tomorrow afternoon for (
_??! all hunter to "help con- they afternoon when the Stuart Veterans will be Idle toward the goal line Several players on both sides tried Tltusvllle for an Indian River ----- I
irve, protect and restore Flor- Glade T'IL All-Stara
lal wllilUe" and on the Inside Palm Beach will play the West postponement yesterdayof the oval-in the end lOne for the TD Argument was futile, the Tirrlers field at 8 p.m. Both t11
Dodgers ALCOIIOLINiUWHITI
ref is quoted Americas con- for their scheduled"return game teams are undefeated In league
a teventhtlme at Little rulebook covers such an event and Head Linesman Erwin John- t
|.rv tion pledge, the creed of all Park here Sunday at 3:30 Dixie p.m. Air Sunday In Miami with the Naval vtlck was there to verify It from actual previous experience, play and tomorrow night victor kooe s.OJ Tailed web 4a weak. as
sportsmen. Station. Their next tilt will will Into CROSS '
e The move a tie with Cocoa HOSPIT.WriM
Dodgers have taken five Said experience, Johnwlck recounted later, came for him when
of be In Okeeehobee Nov 23. for first place honors Iw .._ ,I
NET PROGRESSES six previous visitorsDeputy : ,tilts wltt) the scheduled Johnny Mann, In charge 'of he was refereeing a Georgia-Auburn contest In 1938. An Auburn The Tigers are taking no cog- (2(0 Cmtrti AVMM 5PueebSee, Pl., I I
I play Is progressing' In the sec- arranging the teams schedule punter, standing In his own end tone, was horrified to see his nizance either of Tltusvllle favored !
d \bait of the citywide pool R. o Sharp captured the announced{ the postponement after boot inadvertently blocked by the left shoulder of one of his teammates status or its unbeaten, rec- IT
ornament being conducted on first half and will meet the second he had consulted a numberof with the ball spinning straight up in the air 15 or 20 feet ord this fall. Five engagements Now Under Personal Sup iaion
\\a second floor of city hall un- victor In a special match the players and found too and down squarely In the arms of a Georgia! player standing In including three ,in the conference EARL B. DUGA
direction of John N. Mann. for the many of thEm suffering Injuries TItusville has won and two
r: prize of a new 16-oz cue. TD territory, Argument lasted for several minutes Johnwlck recalled -
,., to make Sunday clash worthwhile others In non-league play have
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but to no avail. So Saturday night he was prepared l;
Saturdays and Tuesdays 8" a ended tied. Stuart on the other LUCJIE/BAR f
wins by Identical H-7 band emerged victorious in its T.
[artin scores took a heavy toll In Injuries A second oddity of the week end was Pahokee "It-man" only conference scrap to date Ii
County Veterans ranging from bruises and team midway )In the third quarter. 'To all appearances the but has lost four of five non ST. LUCIE RESTAURANT "
sprains to possible fractures and Blue Devils suddenly rushed In a substitute/ without taking loop games LUNCHEON AND DICTC* 5
Mann said It was generally felt out a man and a play was run before question arose However ,The latest Tiger rehearsal UNDER .SUPERVISION OP yof TSIMAS "
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that the Miami contest should as official Harris Lowery, Jr. explained later, Faboke captain came Friday night when Pa- OPEN SUNDAn ,
Athletic Association beheld off to avoid coniiuences hokee tripped here to snatch LAie of Choice LIQllDRS j
k any left the game at the start of a time out taken at the time a WINES
that become 27-0 decision after held
) might being
and left se unobtrusively that no one noticed that only 10 and CORDIALSEXCLUSIVE
serious and sideline a needed to a one-touchdown margin for :
FINANCIAl player for the balance of the Pahokee players were.on the field three minutes later when three, quarters The scoreless- .
STATEMENT play was ready to resume. At the last Instant the sub came I.I
season The Vets whilled the ness ended early in the second 1:1 1:1I.
As of N A second half rejuvenation a storm of unfounded questioning intercepted on the Tiger 32 and
that Vero Beach was powerless However (e our not-all-wlse mind, the games' oddest Items Fahokees JulianSnyder scored AGENT I
AS ETS to quench carried the Veteransto came when both teams resorted to the generally avoided practice in three plays. Snyder on a 2- ,

I Bank Balance ...:..._ ........_ .S 678.36 a triumph Tuesday night.be- of passing. when deep In their own territory Most gridiron yard end sweep scored for the I ;
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fore crowd of Blue Devils in the fourth quarterto F 'J ,
Okeechobee a disappointed '
to '
,Loan 100.00 experts l 4"' tell you It s a dangerous move when you re tiredor
about 800. A potent ground attack turn the contest Into a rout. "I
that netted 182 yards mostly slight'" ahead of a strong; opponent, but both the Tigers The Tigers, harried constantlyby !
TOTAL ...., : .... __ ..- 778.36 through the ball-carrying efforts and the Vets tried It-and with disastrous results Stuarts < the fast-charging Pahokee OTURfr BOATS '.
of Walter Rein, Jr., and Pete Henry passed from his own 25 on first down, had the forward wall had a net gain of I ,
LIAR TIE Warren Snipes spelled defeat for heave Intercepted and rebukes scored In three plays. The only 72 yards all evening and
the home forces after they had Vets tried It from their 29, Okeeehobee Intercepted and score never penetrated farther than ..NORICHARDSfN f I
Loan Citizens _._
from B1 k
593.40
marched to early 7-0 lead. the Blue Devil 28 which Sam
an one play later. That TO started Pahokee on a VI-I rampage,
Outstanding Bills _... .. 0.00 Whittle reached
Jim Curzon smashed the stu- The Vets were shaken but they conquered 14-7. on a pass play '
art line for the Vero score earlyIn 0 0 a 0 In the fourth period CRUISERS 'I'

TOTAL ------__ ..,,.. __ ......... $ 593.40 the first quarter as the home i The Vets failed to lose a yard on penalties Saturday' night PU_ ,**" Start
Surplus ._. .... ........ 184.96Bank club carried the fight to Stuart soot IR: Whlttl.
Stuart when every one called against them was refused The proposed fjI JobMWI LT &
until halftlme But came : 5500naW.I: SWART RINE SERVICE
back a new team, stopped the return game with Endicott, N. Y, appears virtually assured although Cini'p tar* LO C -.-, it(
Balance on Oct :2 _....>'.. $210.34 Vero attack cold and finally sent the chances are it will be played In West Palm Beach where Oil' in JUywwd. Wall. i
; left tackle fora capacity Is available The Dixie championshipsin Johnw.IT Cln.. ; Phone 331 J Stuart Box 96 I,
"Income Nov. 1-10... _,.. .$1064.87 Rein bucking over greater seating T ) How* | I I:
Expenses Nov 1-10 _.,.. "n 596.85 score from the 4-yard line near Tampa Jan. S-11 will open Florida tennis title' tourneys this 01 IIICur Go Tack-" '
the finish of the third period. winter According to the October issue of- Tax Outlook the Don mil RNB', Tbamp.onn ,' I
i The tally was set up by a 12- Federal Government the real winner of the recent World ,
Ten-d. net -. ......... "_.. $468.02 Vero downed on the
yard punt Series 'It gained at least 50.000 in taxes from the games, the :

I Balance on Nov. 10 ..- -..... no $678,36Vincludes In 19'four from running where Shlpes plays carried and Rein it magazine reports which Is "almost enough money to run the Fed- BEER WINE :I''\ '
over. Shlpes placekIcked the extra eral Government for 11 minutes" ..What become of that laudable -
point to tie the score. plan for S uart's much-needed plant on East Stb, St.?
Okeecho e loan.) Reins Interception of a pass The Outpos unch Bar ; :

("-Includes gross ye 'ipts from No 1 dam'e.) and 6-yard return, to the Vero for 27 yards and to Fred Rein PLAN OPENING OF

27 drive started after the a fumble second had successful nippeda for 18 yards and a score CharIer SUPER DINER AND .i S:1 *it Indiantown Road ,' .

Cross dance receiptsI 10..... $5 2.1T promising march a few menu Hall kicked the! extra point. 1-; SHELL STATIONBruce \A jtNOLl ||E. WILLIAMS,. Prop., I
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tesetor..J ghlpes made a yard, 'Two minute later an Okeej :
EXP 4SES passed to Fred Rein for 15 and chobee punt from the end zone! Jose and Harry Mattern,, INVITESPREMlUP [OUR PATRONAGE t J
I Walter Rein circled right end Mlamlans, who were associated
Orchestra ._ . .50 was high but short, bounded Od + :
m. $ .11 and twisted big. way 11 yards to with the S Clock! Club on Miami
Postage .___ -.. ... .... .35 score standing up. Shlpes again the Stuart 0 and back Into the Beach, are preparing for. the {BEERS IN BOTTLES *
Advertising .... .. .26 booted the extra point from end lODe where Horace Arnold ti
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of Bruce Si Harry C DICE WINES
placement. The Vets a few fell on it for another Stuart TD grand opening '

I tOTAL ...... ... .... .".. '- -. A 9.11 $189.11 minutes the Vero later 2-foot marched lint where 61 yardsto the Hall again booted the point. 'S Super-Diner station at the and corner Shell oft gasoline -. JR CHOICE OF *' ,f f I E '.

ended before another crack Okeechobee waited until the S. 1 and the Indlantown road In REMIUM \ :
I Net dance proceeds m'_ $343.06 game could be taken! .at the Vero de- last quarter to strike against the Stuart, where they have erectedan e
l fense. Vets' tiring defense as Bob Page attractive building and plan == BEER? and ALE i t
tilt before 700 future building of overnight cottages ,
{ This accoun g to fled LysG. Saturday night passed 34 yards to Crow Wrightfor I
JtV
chilled fans here was scoreless a touchdown and Page ran I
H, TIL ON, until shortly before the half as for the extra point., A minute Mrs: Mattern and Mrs. Jose $4150 per case't :

i E. A. ME IN R, Jr."M even Okeeehobee-terms.fought However the Vets Shlpes on later the Halls Stuart punt 27, but was Hall blockedon I man will have enterprise.charge Both of the have restaurant had- Coca Cola afl Seven Up $1.00 Per Case J j

resorted to his famed' Ok echo- some 25 years experience in this\ ; I
As co-treas er of the Martin County suddenly aged to Intercept an .
passing arm' with lightning effect bee pass on the next play to line
Veterans is Association. passing to Jack Hartman avert possible disaster Tile newcomers' expressed confidence Standard( i it Dealer
Starting lineups\ and statistics ., In Martin County and /
expect to develop a good clientele -
Okeechobee' ,.... Stuart Td... here. They broke groundfor GAS A IL : i
WrltrOt LII
... the enterprise last February, '
O. O. 0..1. I.T JI.
Arnold LO Auburn are now landscaping. the PLENTY OF FREEf ARKING SPACE :
Watch Fol The Grand ,Opening The.Pnrkmsmt.* C Willi.Smith... grounds

D. Watford. :: It. Hart COFFEE SANDWICHES I
T.Walker w.tt'. QA fr. H"ri..k P. Rein Wholesale trade In the United ., I
Of ... IHB *. H.tmon States decreased 17 percent between '! I
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Conrad: KHBJprdn tint' i*
TttSwrlM Ht >" 1929 and 1939.

R BRllfe & HARRY'SSUJPERDINER e1'or0 kl.OuarteralOkeeehob.n....;:IX: :: 0 1U :::1 1Olhslei Storlnf by 'mrt rtt ;r
j .gwP. II.".M, JohnwMip. 8.u" ...... t e T ,-uv. e eason .9s Onl
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Coleman. Bmrb .1 0 e a..7
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soloed ...... ._.! U 17 Net yd.. trained ur...d x105 II TToilimy Savas
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CORNER FEDERAL{UCHWAY AND INDIANTOWN ROAD ] of his t 1.


St.. ,Lucie Kestaurant i
featuring '

UndeMh* "Pelonal Management >,-' REST4URANT


Howard ..J JJinson's Ice Cream > Of SATURDAY Ndv. 15th

\N Y TSIMAS / f

HOME-M;*>E CAKES AND PIES LUNCI/ADNS/ a DINNERS .

OPEN/A \ DAY SUNDAY

Fine FoodsOFPARKING : I IL STEAKS! S RIMP.I CHICKEN! CHOPS! ...'.:.y 7Y

;,. ". ,. T"Open Aa Long As the Bar Stay. Open! ,/ .

'E RE6IDENTUALLOTSWATEjRFRONTPRIVILEGES> The Late Spot to Eat! .''

\ '- bancine / '

P SPACE' _, l25 to $2 'Af Lof/ :;WHEN TRAVELING SOUTH STOP -'

You Can BiiU io Suit YourVl If r Not City,Taxes. .. .

"'""" f t r OPEN NO 4 HOURS A DAY Street and/Sidewalks In, EVtricity 'Available.ITTO ; "TOMMYS' ::BAR

7DA 1 Is A WEEK 12 Mika"South of Stuart Phone 2931! '
CLOSED SUNDAYS TUL DEC M ti'oe
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FOR SALElIiIllliIIllulilIllllIlluiluuilIlilIIuIIlIlIlll SERVICES OFFEREDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiuiMiiiiiiiiiiini ROGERS BACKS 8 8FILEFO37 3 NOTICE 01'' 'NTNTION-To ADVUTISDIrItr

\ : I SOCIAL NEWS STUART ?
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,' FOR SALE-New sink and drain- SAW FILING at ffi* Majestic Continued from pagi On* ,=::, El :': .;'

I'' tl'CAS3IHEO lf m mRATES. board 42", (25 South Federal Apt, $750 for fillig and set "iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_..un',_.................,...,.....................,.......iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiiBetty ..........,............................ (Continued, Vromfagf Ont. ) ; : '..,'": :" ;:::-:'.!. ..
Highway, M IIn,. All work I r.nited. C. moved to FIc2o year ago Cs ...
SCHONBERCER-CANTOR them out of the wllderneau.5Citing g.fIre I .... ,.
} H. Doenges. 0, Nov. I, 13 Barber and now own and operaV't the u :
'f; : : : FOR' SALE Filing Cabinets. ,' --- NUPTIALS ARE HELDIN Communism In Francehe ,, Rain Poultry Company on East It -:

l \ Wood, -4-drawer, Legal ..and DON'T WAIT anti t's too 1st. PHILADELPHIA Mid there appear to be I, l 5tOiDt '
I, Letter She. C. R. Ashley, rolaJBIdg See I J automobile. 4th 8t. He also owns a 40-acr u.dw i : .: Llg ;'t.ah,4
i its today
Is Given
II" 3rd "slight movement to the right,
I Phone 1D4-J. j11 farm in Can Slough sector lIearHoelllhel'l ::
I 2e PER WORD ORDINARY \ Insurance that jt need undef. Nathan :
Schonberger owner of "
MINIMUM JSe FOR 17 in that country and state, place off Road 71. He r*=Tia I Ii 'I Ii

I nff'I' WORDS; Se! PER WORD CAPITALS FOR SALE Coconut 0, the Law.new financlfIty Theo ro re.ponslbU-1 Deholl II: Birthday the Jensen Block Manufacturing that he believed a democratic lives at 824 East OtIs $ in a : --i :S,.& 'I.:..

M"JIU100: FOR 17 Saga palmsDate palms, Son. Debon BlJ "hone 51.i iIf' Party Company, ana former Stuart form of Government could ,be, home Which he owns, is married UM*:" : I' Zi1.
\ WORDS.iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiii'tiiiini. I honeysuckle, Jasmine orf o, businessman, and Gertrude Cantor preserved there 'It we give them and ha two, children in school 5SV1. ,
-- ------- Sesbanla, Bratlllan pepp 1. of Philadelphia were mar lufflclent economic aid." here. HI hOpes for a board position ,100. I. 't hoI'-:

\I' yr: ; '' I. Craig..',. J17 Albany. Ave. | 11 DO YOU have trAble with your Betty Jo Barber was feted on rled In that city Saturday, arriving England, he laid "has her belt lie in his fervent wish to N.,. I. *, nIturt I. toNs10,

1 I APARTMENTS FOR RENT bens not layijk I Then iu* her 3rd birthday Oct. 30 at.a here on their honeymoon tightened to the last notch with see this city expand and prosper Li. AD

I liiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiATLANTIC' FOR SALE 1 bed room MBS Hess PanaStuart Feed lawn party at the St. Lucl Monday. The couple will reside the citizens rationed to one III because h* feels th* potentialities .

11 1 house, completely furnl ed, Store.: f tf Estates home of her parent. Mr. la one of the George, Oreen cottages a month-but England will comeback are hen waiting only :
i'oA.L TX.iool :
modern furniture
t one a here. for
development. .
and Mrs. W. D. Baker, former!, .. .
(.Iii j old. In food resident! e- SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo of Bainbridge, Oa. Mrs. Baker Mr. Schonberger is well known Stating that 'Russia !bat repeatedly The sixth commission filer : ':::10I.

11"y:" ..; tlon. Write owner Box re men. Men's b/lts. Luella Downey was assisted In entertaining$ b, here having taken an active blocked every. move toward is Henry P. Lyons, 69, owner of I I.ocstsoe. .111''" ';101.:I, '//0<.c:'"-'

Stuart. News 3 1101 OMngi Ave. Fort her sister, Mr*. Marvin H. Row part in Stuart Businessmen AsDelation. peace Roger aald"Bui: -. Lyons Imperial Restaurant and '::\. : '......s L :.

; n !! S!! 'f'... U m 1 -- -- Pierce. Pho* 197-M for appointment ell The beautiful grounds of B* entered business ila Is determined on world rev. Service Station on V. S. 1. He HUM(t., t I; ,, 111 011 s
GLADS 1.50 doien/Ph .5
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1ri.u n su. 'l.. per i If e i If the Rowell-Barber home wen here four years ago, and started olutlon and la seeking fl> brim was born In 'Madison. Ind, attended .* lOo. 1141.:'I'I, ii, (, :, :q".. ,I.e
; P.U %11.
I ': \ TRUSSES, astlo stockings, bedecked with vari-colored balloons the Jensen block plant two yean It about by blocking any attempt Indiana University at Florida Y.tecee: i .. :, '....: .,..l

I I' : f.J'; tlrP l !u )! n.. FOR SAl.E- Autonwff Recoi I knee pads, nILIets, etc. Stuart and lollypop dolls were ago. to- create order-luch ai the Bloomington I Ind. and becamea s.U.5H!, wo .".

I f.w',111' .; ,;,. ..... Changer Will plaflO or K Drug CorpJ tfI presented to the 40 little guests. Marshall plan preferring a resident of Florida two years : Me i :, oce :S:.:
: I A beautiful candle-lighted birthday "STEWARDSHIP" IS TOPIC condition of chaos. ;He gaveas ago last October, moving to thllSlate !
'. ; Inch records. SpOJial pile I DON'T WAlff until Ito too late r'Jd ,: :"' CIUM, m..
cake was the highlight of OF CIRCLE MEETING his opinion that this nation because of his wife's liw* ...-i"f -.

,i\\ i t tIe COURT CoM$37.50.Dehon Martin Bldg.Comity Electn| See us t*lay for automobile the afternoon a* the bIrthday "Stewardship" was the them and Its Western allies soon would health. After.tra..UnI up and ;:,E =. .Ilt' :..:" :::

J t "" APARTMENTSSTUART i InsuranrJthat yon need under greeting song were sung around of a program presented by Mrs. sign a separate peace with Oer down Florida, he decided to Lot 0. 51.;' S\\0.. :::':' 'rOQ OW.stPm
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FLORIDA I th* new financial responsibll- the table. Wilson McClure, leader of the "Let Russia her make Stuart their home ,
: h\/ FOR SALE Hat some new serving many. go way, purchasing -] a. U. .. .h.... N,, t, IIboou
\ )/ Newly Decorated, Fully Equipped: i Ity Law* Theodore Dehon A Sara Hicks Circle of the and "
I"" Wisconsin sirled engines Those attending were Ann Baptist while we go ours. There wllj be developing the;' ':.. : ,: :: ::': OJI
llousrkcfping Apartments with high-tenAn I Son. Dflon Bldg, Pbone II. Thompson and mother Kenneth Missionary\ Society, Tuesday afternoon two worlds Instead of one. property" where he now resides. rr. "'
r
magneto
I> : : .I': \ Hrrkly
I {, W. T. PAGET, Mgr. stationery entile. Ralph Vim lllllllllljllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllEMAJIE' ' '' '' and their mother Diane Lukens home of Mrs. Andrew O. Pitt What shall X do? If you were here, he established a restaurant :a ;::: ; ::
t F'F'Ir' Telephone 0152Miiiiiiiiiiiitnmii'iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiilll S and mother, Gay and Harris man. Mrs. A. 8. Blair conductedthe In my position he concluded and was also in the wholesale : ,

I i , er !Motor\ Co. tf I_t 1111111._.._... 1111"111111111I11111I1111I111I'. HELP_ ... !._ WANTED. ___........... Lowery, 3rd, Raymond and Dick devotional service Others dramatically, "what, would you fish business at Sebastian, IOJO,. 1'' OK SWAM Aiuinrni t ,

''i : FOR SALE-TBe brand new, I a- 0 a experienced Tucker,Diane Cabre Ann Single taking part In the program were do?" selling out his interests there to II, < r, atsooiPob. .

', FOR SALEluIullllllIlllIiilIIllIIUlliIllluIiililllluiIII till In the fates, air-cooled .it L One second: cook Ap- tary, Bobby Orr, and mother, Mrs. Robert Baker and Mrs develop the Stuart property. He .. k as II N, '.i'.., I::'
t :', Lauson outboard Sandra and Kitty Kindred and Charles McLane. Also present FURNITURE NEEDED was in the real estate businessfor
Stuarttf
1: .;: I tors. See 4-ofe ujodajr, Ralph mo Unier y- fex's Diner mother, Freddie and Terry iou were. Mrs. J. C. Anthony, Jr., Mrs. Any discarded furniture dona 10 years In Ohio, California --!:! :! :. ENr---:"

J FOR SALE-t'sed pre-war bathtub Motor fa. tf P UN WANTED as bar and mother, Peter Russell and Alice Bentel!, Mrs. O. II:. Hancock Slum for the recently completed and Florida.A IN Tot iuey e cuu4i'

It $ttVn IG. Palm City Log Cabin, t r. Reliable, sober. Write parents, Koble Kae Sheridan, and Mrs. I.. Nodlne, Jensen Beach American LegIon seventh candidate for the ,. ""i M'lMAaTw' : !S
first crossi i
11, briLie.to right after BARGAINS fl new books.. $1 B lA, e/* Stuart News Laura Kay and Joan Whltlcar,' clubroom "will. be appreclat commission is I. J. VoUrath, sole FLOIII'N' ATE
G, F. Blauvelt. It
I : -ing each. Roh ts: Lydia Bailey; &, 13.I ZO Wesley Phllp and mother Nadine PETER SINCLAIR HERE ed and may be made by telephoning proprietor of the VoUrath Plumbing IN SC, .

,i ii FOR SAIl\- Used Refrigerator- I Marshall Vespers in Vienna! _ and Roger >Waters and Peter Sinclair, former' Navy 8131-R for pickup service Serving at 212 Akron Ave. in ZOTAIC: SA | Kitmic.iI ;
I
i I 9 ft., Irneral Electric ; Sharp; B tania Mews; Human llEL WANTED for our sod mother, Tommy Christian and< lieutenant who was associated it'- was 'announced this back of which he and his wife N CL I CRLOITOMAnku
cu. $150. I
\ fo tain. Short hours, good with Capt. Jack Whltlcar TO ALLflKKDil.na' ,.
; Scott Storyof ( mother, Sarah Wilson and In op- week. and two children live. Vollrath AND _
See Mr. lerf. Ocean Breeze Dejjny HAVING JcLAlFAOAIN81MAIU
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it
I Park, Jen4n Beach. 13 i Mrs. %irphy, Younm'um; Pt Male or female. Stuart grandmother, Catherine Clements eratlop of the Fishers Island, NY came to Stuart six yean ago TAn U'oo.

Herbert .t., Gus The Great; Co. __ ttID Helen Glass and mother, Yacht Club this summer, has BAKE SALE PLANNEDThe from West Palm Beach. H* favors a.. ,.nA. ,.,is0. .........

t l ; FOR SALE 1'ure orange blossom -! Duncan 'At The STUART w -:' Waitress, Counter i Norma French, Gerry Mosley, arrived for his first visit to Hor Future Homemakers Club operation 'of city government 11M .sod.... .t.Wy..h, so tosn'. 'itinIsx..te "sinaM ..

Tupel and other Florida I NEWS 'e. I Dishwasher, (;blsholm'lfe Caroline Mosley, Betty Brown, Ida. He is a guest of the Whltl of Martin County High School he said, on the same basis ....r h., nln ,i>< ........ ..

; honey Lds.1 ruit and Novelty --- -- -- ria. : 13 Nan, Nell, Mary, Frances and cars at their Port BewaIl home will hold a bake sale In the Pos a sound business should be run 1I..u" 4. ,"MOl z -3, tt kAOo..:.11M I. 0000Ir o.iu,

'1'' Shop. I tf FOR SAL -Used Majestic electric ;; ;i IfllHIIIIIMMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINOTICES Freddie. Walton and their moth and plans to Join them in their Office Arcade from 10 ..m. until with some source assured for I <, II. O,. loumt Ju4i,< blhi
1 I er, Mary Margaret French Oer charter boat business He has noon Saturday. Proceeds will dollar committed to expenses ttn Ctoufi'Owmlf Fh. It I. I ref Aerator, $20. Phone every t < I II"t ., slot. 55..
FOR SALE lIe.hor garden) 13 for pformatlon., S. 13 II 11I11 llliiliuiiiiillllllllllllllllll'"' ry Ross Morris, Mary Rowell and been attending Brown unlversIty be devoted to pushing the candidacy through study or' every. ', ..11101. ., ,. ,I...'.. ...," ""

tractor with Lsk, $130. W. R. : Y R EDIT Is good at the Joyce Hall and.. ...mother... since leaving the Navy and of Mary Melle Burgess in expenditure to. make. sure of its ln flr..r l <1 1l "'tt.,.., ,."of..I",klo In_.....5.o..l.to '".
Moore at (iile.. Comes, f1a.1 DELl'XEAron Toilet Soaps nd'f wel ,ix, 132 N. Second St, plans to resume college work the current school contest for true value. .II.. ,Ioofesd'.ose.t

: 131 Cusme the Ideal Christmas ort I' rce. SOc per week op- CLASSROOM TEACHERSMET later. I Miss Stuart High School Eighth to file in the" race was Out "'esOaIad' dd.or of 110.tho.i5hoo.ene .....

Gifts. Crder now while there's na.n ccount. AT SALERNO E -- Arle Stuart 49 Martin Count ..... ..1 ... 0 ta .... .

,F FOR SALE-Os, Thor model I- 71up. still tfk. Drop me a postcard _13, 20, 27, Dee. 4 Martin 1 County classroom BRIDGE PARTY HONORS STANLEY HITCHING, JR. agent for' the American Oil 5.I If \TR'I'I..s'.4W..inOI' .5.. IWo.A

spray gun will <' .. new, never -I orph emeandlwillbegladto iVE ENTY-FIVE- FOOT teachers met at Salerno School THE ROBERT CLARKSMr. 1 ON NAVY LEAVE HERE Company who has been' a resident Mis, ,.5 ..f 11M 1.1cCCzoiue4

I been used, !5. One Hotlc ; (Aw you this wonderfulline 1OT N R BRIDGE ON IN- Monday night with Salerno PTAas Detroit. and Mrs. Robert Clark of Chief Engineer Stanley KtchIng here since 1924. Born in IV" ..r'1 riStuuTVl ft'
''t'' stream\ automhealer. gas water ,! Cosmetics. Mrs. were honored at a bridge Butler County, Ala.. Stuart came A l.MttnullS /
\ f Quality [DIAN I 'ER DRIVE IN JENSEN host and Sen. Evans Crary Jr., and wife and two children !
20 |a In Working' G. JJ Hopkins, Palm Beach and Marvin Rowell party Tuesday night at the home here to work in conjunction with : 'I.
invited
BI CH. WILL LEASE. Rep. as of his brother-in-law left yesterday for Waverly. P.k. No. Hud f IHt
I'' condition, $20. ne 1947 model1EmersonPorta Roatf Box 44, Phone 189. WHATTION. YOUR PROPOSI- guests. Discussing advantages and sis R. I., after spending 10 of his his brother before going into ..
ter, Mr. and Mrs. .
John D5'dOTLSEsE,1MVilki
U. Men LEI
Radio, ,A-ll tilt Dee. 13 of lbs National Education .. the service station business al.t
UTE BOX X2., THE ninger, in St. Lucie Estates. Mrs. -cia, leave as the guests of hi : y'iIlnGrs cousTiMART
1 condition, tens lterien!, $30. -- STUAR NEWS. Association the group urge100per < I uncle and aunt. Commodore and the west intersection of the FEC 'UNIT, STATS I IiK S
Allan Decker. Bu 965 Phone ViE j VE seat coven for all Price French won the high score railroad and Colorado Ave. He FLORIDA
; or cent memberahlp by local
& Oct. 5, 1C 3, 30.' Mrs. Stanley Kltchlng, at their
prize for women and aKtiARdOf ESTATIIKNQAKTIM.!
tf In. 0 of tars. Rayon covers i itaf Joseph operated the station; for a number ta "
teachers and will seek
; riverfront home Osceola
t '_ j jIt NOTICE { To our n r t b ern Rep. Onenlees the men's award. Others on Ave I
sedans. Installed $22JSO'h Dwight L. Rogers' support The chief Is completing his llth of years before selling hi SUSAN t I : 1dim..zd,10 j;

i\\ FOR SALE 194t, 'ontiac, alrnoht 1-I I Elmer Motor Co. tOat. friends i amOng to Stuwt. Wtt Present were Mr*. Louise Har- present were Mr. French and ;year with the Navy and this is Interests to Ralph Ulmer in To ciEDrrau I
new Can I liAneen It St. are still business regardless Mrs. Oreenlees, Mr. and Mrs. 1937. He has been Amoco agent ..
soI.
reD, Mrs. Ivyl Plrtle, Mrs. Harris the first visit to his home town All nd'' .0 Ih I"' 4
A, Lucie Grill or call 133. if! RECEIVED new shlpmend of rum) s i being circulated. Curtis Whltlcar and Mr. and Mrs. for 11 yean and prior to that was an,... '. d'.nod. ,.O soaoilrIeO. .
Lowery, Mrs. Eddie Lee Smith, In several years. He Is the son ..., ,toI.4 is lilt .. ...
hat famous Wilson Toome Our pho Is still 117. Our new Harris Lowery, Jr, .
dealer.. He Is married and resits _
: i 3-roomUiouw Mrs. Curt Schroeder, Mrs. Arthur of Reggie Kltchlng of Stu.rt.Mr. or dy'dO ''C lhoor ou b.
: FOR SALE- and 5' Molojl ...
liier. R.lph1mer locationannex France Apartments at lilt South Camden Ave. f taW ",. 80 ISIIA' A cI.dn -
1 Sims Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,...... ...
lihdlvklon .., .
''I' 4 lots Monterey! J CYO II c. .
l Oct Z3, 30 Nov. t, > L Christopher Etoe- Kindred, Mn. Fanny Jackson BENEFIT TUESDAY and Mrs. Frazier The solitary candidate for ...,......... ......, ,- ....
,I with I renced-ln Is luke c IfHlllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllJFOR trio 8h tf Mrs. WELL ATTENDEDThe Harry Municipal Judge is Harry F. t So, m5Oo.. .n,0. SMskurAsops' ... ..,
hou,, Reasonable nice. Mrs.. I John Gray Mrs. Ruby Loy, and son, Robert, of Chicago are O5,5M
L RENT Iiillllllllliiiiiiiliniiiillliiiiiiiiiliili YOUR Cl DEE Is good at The Agnes Mulhaupt, Mary Ellen Catholic Youth Orgsjilza- Dyer who is seeking a fifth trm I t::. .. .;:.:::
C. II. Donaldson, Bo| 771, Stu- Jon benefit at the Woman's Club spending a few days with Mr. unopposed in times."He ...... ,... 3'5o. 01 meSon
Jewel I X, 131 N. Second St, Manlon, Marcia Morce, Don J. as many )
1 and Mrs. L. S. Oregorle at Palm ._... 500' a
} art. .ttI. .Ih
i 6,13,20FOR Tuesday night attended p0S
IR RENT-2 bed room Apt| Fort P1 ee. SOe per week. opcconnt. '- Romanello, Henry. Webb, Wend- approximately 75 was by Clt,. The Frazlers will spend first took the office when elected .." 50 .. '. 55.n.SIO'O. ,"" _.
and ,,
although
i'lf SALE-2 lots at't Sew- bed room Apt. See W. C. W- coo an ell Waters, Mrs. Josephine Shel- all have thewinter,, In Fort Fierce. In November U3 replacing : ; anwt5,5So
proceeds not been
,I.. all, 10 and H, block: B,51800| Millan, Rivers' Edge ChJa 13, 20, 21, Dec. 4 ton, MrI.,Emma Kindred, Billie counted the experimental e T. T. Oughteraon who became 1t.55r; ,:
venture reelected OUGHf
\: for both. Klranther r, >OU hop, north of bridge. llJ The Anf rican Legion will ibId Huddle, Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Fannie was successful enough that Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Q. Rue prosecutor.in 1MO and Dyer'Was 1941 before startIng Au AuslISa, ,.T.,.1.t"".,.. d15i14pu1 !

W. Olh St., San ford, if IVOR RENT-Apt. recentl/Je- a speclallneetlng for all Posts Brown and Mrs. Carrie Caveny. the weekly affair will be continued of Imlaystown, N J, have returned a four-year stint in the armed :,= ,:;'7'5is.ci. I

13,2 1 decorated. All electric kilo*n. and Auxi arles In the 2nd District _p_ ___i___ every Tuesday. Funds to their winter home on forces Returning last year ale;. __ f
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FOR SALE Beautiful sic Frying SI. Rude Inlet tb \fakulla Springs, August Mr*. L. L. Holbach of Vero will be used for furnishing the Riverside Ave. for another sea he again was elected without an --w: ; [ADVERTISEMENT

\I Violets In 4-ln. pots. Mai it River and Ocean view Mats 23, Wher they will be guests of 1 Beach was the Wednesday guestof new 4th St. church.MARTIN son.South They Carolina visited relatives th In opponent. He was born and NOTIcE 0 TUiTION TO IEGII1I

gifts. Mrs. Ernest Loi) and world's finest flshlnl at the KaklUa County American .Mrs. Blanche Lowrey at the '- on trip raised in Stuart and live unmarried lotus lAss "..
st 114. Holleran COUNTY HOSPITALMr. down. SCull.. I .or cAn ... JIo
Seminole St. your door. Phone I51-J. f tf Legion q> Apt. at the south end qf St.
... and Mrs. Glenn -e- Ad- = ;:: :"".f = t.
')' -- ----- Ulmer Rude Crescent In the Bessey "
FOR SALE 5 IIP Bntlt FOR RENT: floor' sanding(na- have announced the birth of a Francis Matthews Is home on dition. '"L will In. ,.,1It .10< CIaI'...
I Stratton ulr-t>ooleil, 8-f 1& chine and edger. Reftnlsb son last Saturday at the hospital a 44-day leave from Merchant '... CI...., :,. j.n.. Iw'
Wfc 9
'.1 and wheel, $100 Mel An r. your floors at reasonable rate. DO.OUR OWN Marine duty aboard- a StandardOil t.EGIONWILL MEET V.5,5 puOlin" .5 0nO I t:1 lAOS ::.-'

Salerno. 13 Phone 101, Stuart Hardware Mrs. Christine LeIghton tanker oft\ which he serve -.rr
son, returned An Important meeting of Harold : I>: AVA
: Co. U yesterday to her home in a* engineer. His last trip down Johns Post 82,American LegIon .._ .10, ,"0_rrea

FOR: SALE: Lumber thou.aM.W ihi-j; aim City after several weeks in the Atlantic Coast took him as will be held at headquarters :::: :'",::r' ,,':: ...
$60.00 Sf I FOR RENT) Whirling typ< lawnmower far south Peru where he had I
a
i per CRYGTAL TITlE the hospItal on East!: Otis St. at 8 tomorrow' etC Is'. I cobs
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thousand fret ItO ZjK,, 'I by hour or day See. Mrs. Ralph Powell of Salerno shore leave. He Is visiting his Commander Harris Low- A asos, = ,t. ., ,

"4 and ZxU. Fine for reb I ii, Henry Kindred Stuart Hardware was admitted Nov. J and Ace parents, Mr. and Mr*. Allan Matthews night."I'lr.. has requested all D>em> tIns iSo Ia,. ..0.5' 5'Ocwd

t, dock. and bulkhead b Co. Phone 108. tf Farkhurst. of Jensen Beach at the Virginia Apt. and attend. I. lIoAlli
0-s.
: Arthur Dehon. DehoivJ J.Id Nov. 10. sister Miss Eleanor Matthews. 'Ii.T
NICE DOUBLE available -
rooms now ADVUTISCMENTmlii _ADvL3TU1n' "
-e- LEGAL
: Phone SI.
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1, new furniture Hollywood -
SALE---A; "evfi ;roo,1; mattresses. Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Oregolre Frank Kendrtx formerly ol 0' 'NTltNT'ON TO agnzsrgl PS ATION cALLIcSo ,
beds. Innerspring -
FOR
,
: bf Stuart., has returned after seven FICTITIOUS NAME PAL LLICTIOOSIT
j- bungalow. $3.000 gaol,.' .,lalle.1f Rates from $15 ....ek.' IMPORTED COSTUME JEWELRY Chicago were heard on the n years In the Navy and baa Join. W.IIH .I. Iso'.be e4es Shot ... 15 II 4' IkUtLAi5luCCltCo.
Want A Place To UyePl'Oll'tJI1 .WeM i iwr on- .. 'n.I,5.GO
kusInood
soda '" ro
like rent. Total pr $6,000 Iy and up. Rex Hotel, Federal Vctor/APcas '1Stto.rt5F1&. I' on Station WEKR; Chicago at 11 .id the Herb. Young construc- lltia La... .f FI rt-K. 50 -5 Shot 510500 .0 I
Theodore Dehon & S DehollBldl I Highway at bridge. tf lon crew.' Frank was graduated ]II.'. will n.1 IMOT .ltk" t..: 1.111 nO .555... CIte nO Ones S
f t un. Sunday. ISO Clreglt Court: .In Kit If ..u.r. iso ..be ..05, off
Phone ... Iff I from Martin County School ..... .oo
( 3 I IR> RENT=Furnished Apt..: In: Much ...t ,rtarU. 5.1dm staI
: ID 1939 with' IRC nO pubIIotIoa .0 ICC mtsi. .0. 154?, .5 .1.5. 15'
"room top conference
Salem
SALE In
,f FOR Port Sewall, 2 or 1 adults I mod I tlso 050.5051 ,.?. co '4,. 0i.e
.,. apartment, garage, I house, {.rn, with fireplace, view of honors in basketball. He also logo.,. 'real scavlcoad.e 15. 4 nO eScU'S T"
Installation bad played the trombone In the .hleh viii mom. I.. .oi. ,a.oysodS5
t'' completely' equippn Beat |iver use of boat. Phone ua-I.j DependHle 80.1.0 no C .4001 0000 d a... SoOsU. ?
ttorane shed. Cold rage unit ox Z7t, Stuart school band from th. time It O ,' Crni,. PSsinS Svilsfws1NTION
t for 150.barrelo. I trio boat And Quicl Repair ServiceVOLLRATHX was organised. He was k chlej ISo noOn I.'. .ud S. mId inS.15 I, .
w. c. iiav of 005.
I hoMo 800 ft. of attrtrollt. it'lIllillliIillilIlllrlilllilllllllllllIllli petty officer In the Signal Corpsof arusoSoini So iyaIdbnIsmo. IbIs ItO d's ii

Fine site for teal or tourist WANTED the Navy during the war and tnoG.lOs. COIL
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camp or yacht b.isale s. Also for I on ship c-utyVhlch too him to .. II, III.LI&AL. Doe. I- A, 5o415ATTUT "
15 1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII / act ?
all theater of the War. With
5 sea skiffs I h C'lJry.lermotors a VEST LIST A. Cl,, a.d LP.S
7V TED-HELPER at Ordway
and si .1 smaller I friend, Bill Duncan he Is makng 0' 0 Si.
8 Shop. 13 his home t' NOTE 10 CO TOIl ?
t : the Carlton ADvgsTIolJcII
boats. 10 fish Imrk .
Van-type All __.., ,Isss t 00 d'o'Oihzosloos
J'' In good condition. George, WA. [ED: M--'r-; ;' woman, pre- Hotel. tOo. I. .0 iS I ft. oaiiN, In I
k. ....e- 0........ uo 0.01 .1111.1 50 illusin. 507K
Gundenan, Bo* 84, or Phone Ie | ble appearance, for door Mrs. Roman J. Irwin will .. ,..I... .Is 0 olS of an Censtoha. lIO1JO IdAlli I
Stuart <47-W.< fi I 30, No,, S, 13 to r work In conjunction go .. 50 II.,. C.., ntId., 00 Oh Not 'Se ni'
wIt I National Home ImpiwveIServlce. .- 'PLUMBING SERVICE tomorrow to Miami for several 015.5 .Ia tOo. j:. H' of oiIO nmtV,. :;'r;; : j':0; ?
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:iI' .I.k. oluhi .En mIst Im. 05u.buvsOlO lb
days' visit with whom ellO
iOR : ; mid 4 h.p. Laoson me Salary. and Corn- I frlend5 1101, '.'
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air-cooled engines. Also she formerly knew In Spain. Mr. son? Gusr lOots. .osCm.

r Irrigation punAk. tamer Mo- lois Call In.jtM Splendid Vero Beach Opportunity.or writ 311 AKRON AVE. PHONE 265 SWART, FLA IrwIn will not return from New' Ad.luitut.e ooz. .., 0.00 C aSat. .0 Mm, 0S null,! 1' S tbd
I. '
: lor Co. f tf I England for several week Sin. u-
AIUIHALJ a '0. Cli PtAI11ume'
/ Boll 7. U I ...... ,. AEon '
AVOCADO TKlls for sale in I -e At. 'oO a .silutjotse S
P.k. NaY. ..1. J leu'o.IgoAl ImI nb" '
gallon cans. WANTli;: Coif equipment. and .hocu incise 0 I n sos'Cn.0esodo.

bearing .. fnrnilA-e for club boo*. Contact Mr. and Mrs.Wilhisun'O, Penny Tzsr.ueNT

F4'H j' Get them at my .raflpd'Wlnt"1 I. A&rtin County Coif and and son, Bill, Jr. drove to see liii' eec ow mc cOUNtY'JUOGE. I S 5O O

Edwin A. In : Count| Club. U A' TER teLand Sunday, returning Mon- rt.ooIoAmRaL0TA. NAyI swirl. STATE OI lut.nM.do.esLo

Martin Road. day to visit their son, Donald S ., s
----- HELP Wf NTED To PreventAccldenfc. Burroughs, a student at. Stetson EL1ZAOLTU yL01IUbsih

TilE IDEAL Christmas Gift G. .' to Ralph University,
I lorC"c..e' I 2, I. j
E. Automatic Electric Blanket. Timer for wheel IH ird R Corrosive -5- I NOTICE 0 GOTIO
ooic or ''u .
Use oar Lay Away Plan. Martin -I and tire Vllgnment They win Clalr Simpson Detroit' contractor pins,, nsc F cO.LXFCtrTKOTWO

County Electric t'o. Dehon help youl prevent that acci wag In Stuart I few I ,. 5,0. 0in5 we km tsmasSsrar' .
?
Bldg. Phone 75. tf dent. \ 'tf For Expert dyice Consult days this week attending the Ollod.0 lb.ii.asi .e B .S. 5.dzl T or, i. orr.r00
family .)home.on West 2nd st.1aDI.ra ,.e005s,_ 'vs 5. 'obosh 5.Tn"ha ::: .;
G. $., WRINGER-Type Washers WANTED T ur next wiring Job He later'' tor ,his i shot bsou'511.4 meV.tIIIm ; :
: 55.alIsohucon
01.5,1St Ire
let Immediate delivery. Martin ,and appllaljc* repairing. N* : D.F. EITh n vacation' I 4 1k-a 0''.iiomO.bor orO .sih, 51.5. 5 & ;us.040.e

County Electric Co.' Dehon. Job to* big > too smaU. High i. L ..Lrasp. vu'S ha 5

Bldg. Phone It. UAGENTS quality 'wWt Phone Sto. FORT PIERCE'rV>RIDA Robert ch'rt,, research engl- ... rl..soe 0101uold .' pIn'

for Gould Pump. *. AU art 117. .Ch itophoT Electric fleer for Chrysler Corporation in foul ei,., .5 nod foe for Dinbem.0 dIe.ua.uu ''U"" a

.11 I Immediate delivery' Shop. FraJM ApartneaU as)> Detroit, has spent-10 da,,' her cng. sOts.

Stuart Hardware'C*. Phone nex No. 1. WWANTED EAST COAJ F WATER NDmONINGCO visiting his mother Mrs. May I.d,4 Tie rt505I.Slum* .5.' do' SUM.mth'L :

108. Jf .. \ Clark and sisters Mrs. John U. ).s,_ nil. loss. &rW a"
<" -Portabl* typewriter, iennlnfer and Mrs. Harris Low. S 5' ( fl5 J. '

I CHRISTMAS CARDS; Order rebuilt or second-tiaad. Fay 530 ,SOUTH 4th ST. PH0NE) M4 or MJ-W cry,it. Be was accompanied\ by 'cIte'idNAsL'o :

them now with your name. ..11.f cash. H. A. Wyekoff, Box 4S7. hit
Stuart News Office. U Jensen Besch, Fl.. 13 They left for Dotrolt.' P.oi': ; Stow '
f today ;:; :.cse,. ; M. OS.


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New Items for this paper must reach the Bewsjjuperfflc .

and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Home Telephone before tS-W noon .n Wednesday Office Flume SM

MRS. MARY.HARTMAN, Society Editor,
AL MAULSBY BACK I to Join him shortly He tea

ROM EUROPE PLANS 1 I at the Carroll Dunscombe while guest HomeDemonstration I 4, P-TA UNITS ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALS Mr and Mrs E.: R TomltnSon I J. B Lane who has spent the Mrs I*. R. Horton and daughter \

ME IN STUART looking for homing accommodations I Season guest who arrived this who have pent the summer at summer In'Olenwood Landing.K Mrs. Jack Coleman attended -, '

week at the Atlantic. Court Merchantvllle N. t, 'their summer TT:expects to return this week the DAR monthly meeting M \11
Mal C. 8."Spike11 Maulsby isIn The major U WIN HONORS FOR Apartments Include Mr, ad Mrs home, have written, "We to his winter home at 308 Pelican Fort. Pierce Tuesday. '
,Stuart to make his home a Itlg graduate A. IL Morrison of Wellesley, Or In Stuart. ,
of West Point who I can hardly. wait to be back in "
first Notes
pie and Mri. Maulsbjr expect: started J I Mass and Mrs Robert White ... '
pending hU the Florida sunshine and
winters in I again Ii
Stuart By MISS LtTCILE and daughter, Carolyn, and son II
In 1921 Hs later made this his INSCOEDO MARTIN COUNTYDelegation Bobby, of Bayslde, {. L are planning to return coon"
year-around home, remaining Announcing Opening
until the outbreak of YOU READ I ,
the war, LABELS AUTHOR REX BEACH HERE J.
Mrs. A. Beeler left Mondayfor '
when he enlisted In the Army as Read before using" I II an obvious Rex Beach, noted author of
I a buck private "Spike," but often Attend State her home la Louisville after
as he neglected rule Bebrlng, was a visitor in Stuart TheRe
1 a Is most familiarly known here for getting your money worth Convention in St. Monday night and Tuesday spending several days with her
M I might be likened to the late Ernie In service and satisfaction from Petersburg staying at the Stuart Villa and mother Mr*. E.: A. Fuge and
Pyle: he loved the common man any new household equipment visiting former New York family
9 3 and wanted to fight by his side home economists of the U. S De- Four of the five ParentTeacher friends, the Roman 3, Irwin, H Hotel
4 "No more lighting a war at a partment of Agriculture remind Associations In Martin County 0. Bebrlng and Tom Gibbons
and
a- Mr. and Mr C. T. Ashley
/IfUS desk In Washington he said, recalling housewives Careful reading of received State honors at the were with him. Although they I
s his confinement to exe- every; word of print that comes State convention In St. Peters stated that thy had conferred: son, Johnnie of Nlcholousvllle, 57 rleral Highwr
cutive duties in World War I. with a new article large or small, burg last Week The County with County Commissioners they Ky., have arrived for another Rooms Moderately Priced
EPAIR Af-r duty In- the Pacific Theater I Is Worth the housewife time. Council was represented by the did not reveal the nature of the season at their winter home in
7"HArSLO, I until a tropical malady This 1* especially true today president, Mr Warren L. Mer-i business trip here. Krueger Park. Their brother, '- .. -
forced him home, the veteran when) new designs, materials and rltt of Salerno, the Hobe Sound Earl Ashley, was detained because -
WArc rObArt' went to the European scene In finishes are coming on the mar. unit by the treasurer Mrs. Olaf I DUTCH TREAT WINNERS of the Illness of his wife.
lime to get a serious limb Injury ket A faw minutes of reading Williams, and the Salerno group Winners of prize scores In He was, married recently Kentucky TodaJ Nov. ''f
3DAY VICE In the Battle of. the Bulge He In advance of using may save by the president Mrs Jack Saun-! bridge games at the Civic Center .. lYRIC
was brought back to the States costly repair or poor service dersorl The trio returned home' last Thursday afternoon were .. -' Only] 13 .
t to recuperate and, although he Manufacturer go to consider- last Thursday night after attending -'I Mrs. Stanley Kitching, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H.'W' St. John I
TIJEWE never completely recovered,: he able trouble to print advice on the three-day session, Ashby Arbogast and Mrs Arthur who have been coming to Port GRAND HITS
Insisted on relieving some fight the proper use and care of their Stuart, Salerno, Jensen Beach I Chappelka. The card party fol- Sewall for 30 winter are now at Trium&ant Retlrnt"REBECCj" Wife On Warpath 1,
BOX ing man In Europe by doing aIIImonth equipment. The woman who discards and Indlantown received honor: lowed a dutch treat luncheon at the McKay Lodge on Lake' Geneva -
hitch of occupation 'printed matter. "Just certificates from the Florida, Andy Talmas' St. Lucie Grill at Keystone Heights, Fla: Jack Haley in
duty, He returned last June to advertising" or ,because she Congress for 15-per cent Increase: iiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiimiiiMiiHiiiiiiiiiiI "VACATION RENO"
X132 N. d St. be hospitalized at Brooke General think she knows enough With- In membership. Stuart and Sa- MRS. EDENFIELD HOSTESS Joan J Font refs IN
Hospital In Fort Sam Hous- out reading may be throwing lerno won bins ribbons for their Mrs Garland Edenfield enter- I am a Candidatefor L rence livier With Anne Jeffrey r
Fort Pierc Fla.In ton until he was able to returnto away money: The printed advice parent study courses and also tained the Lottie Moon Circle of
Fla. Ban Bldg. Stuart, He Is receiving a Is part of what she pay for when for the summer health roundup the Baptist Missionary; Society
hearty welcome by Mends of she buys the article Educational preparations for. Tuesday afternoon at her Albany City m' nor
Jong standing here After reading all labels, cards the future was the keynote of1! Ave. home, Mrs. William Jt(1. & AT. -- NOV. 14 & ISDBUBLE '
===c tII- or booklets that come with new the convention with leading edu- Heyboer assisted her a* hostess Subject to municipal IEATURE PROGRAM .
equipment, put away any printed cators using the theme "The and Mr*. L. C. Klckllter circle I If.
directions or guarantees In a Future Begins Today" The four leader, was In charge. 'Racial pri of uesday,
YOU ON'T HAVE TO WAIT safe place to keep a record of principal speakers stressed four Discrimination was the themeof Nov. 2R. '
AT the place and date of purchase, points: school ecucatlon, world the program presented by t17J'' ef" ;01 Ttial't itouHalllfian> :
and the name and address of understanding, health and par- Mrs Heyboer. Others present B. McPHER ON1P.id ,. '
the manufacturer. ent and family life education. ,At g
ANIELSANIELS were Mrs Mary; Merritt of Golden -
Gate Mrs Robert Jackson p,00..I Ad1111 ,,/
lunch Cotton thread Is more satisfactory SCHOOL OFFICIALS and Mrs. Q C. Crews, iIIIIIIUllltl111fillipIIII115111111111I1rI /
Your Is Ready At DA if ELS TO ATTEND CONFERENCEIN
Fast Efficient SerBce Seating Capacitf 55 People nylon;thread for hand, the Ohio sewing Experi-than MIAMI NOV. tO-Zl _........,.......................,.....,..........I 11111111111"I.......................,............'..............1I111I1tt11ll1ll..... COLUMBIA PICTURES
Martin County will be ."...It
ment Station reports after testIng represented ,
sample of four type of at the annual superin
sewing thread sold \y department tendents' conference In Miami : GLENN FORD
Nov 20-21 by Roscoe H. Rollins, t traJ1ed
Bldg. and variety stores. All
Lippincot, .' O. Arcade $5,25Bu!
the tests showed that in hemming superintendent,and O D. Hatta- s
by hand, nylon Is difficult Way, A. A. Hendry, Jr4D. L. WU-
to work with because It twists liams and Mrs. Joe Woods,school tJ
and knots and the loose ends board members. Attractive Small Furnished / ome -a tJl
1
fray MRS. REITZ RETURNS e t JAMS BARRY
LAMES For machine sewing nylon FROM HOSPITAL' CARTER SULLIVAN l
10 W/NTED thread provedsatisfactory and Mrs Herman Reitz,Jr.,has returned it
-se. EDGAR IUCHAMAN
had the advantage of being I
I to her home on Albany I'I'It"
strong yet fine, Also it can be Ave. and West 4th 8t after a KAREN snotty HM saints 1 I
TO GIVE STlNLEY HOME RODUCTS stretched farther without break- week In a West Palm Beach hos- $6,300 BAys
Ing than cotton thread, and pital where she underwent an HIT NO.? {
DEMONSTimTION YAJR \
IN
HOME thus provides more "give" to operation.
seams For seam strength, heavy New 6-room concrete bloclVhome. Close ) :
You Will Be Welllaid for YotfTime and Effort. duty cotton thread ranked first KILL ATHLETES FOOT ?
but with many fabrics, such "TEQLBEST/ SELLER" in. A good Buy. This is a/0 available at WILLIAM HOYD
thread too thick.:Nylon threadwas
lite (Mil I SAYS STUART DRUG CO. furnished.
$7,350
or second in strength, ordinary -
IN OMt HOUR, U not ol..d l >mir R6,
cotton thread third and bw>k. A.k mnt d,uea.t for hi. STRONG as'Hopalong 1 a id y"in Ii'j' '
.
1tj mercerized thread the weakest.It hmlleUli. TC Ol. M.d. with 10% .1.
JA< WIS sewing thread Is selected wkoi eu.4ew: it..ruiitTaATKs... ..roe; haw.ITUART UKACHKS. ; !: Mrf f "
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with these point in mind, a DRUG Co.I.l The Dl its''UNO ,
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more satisfactory finish in the
PHONE *3-W BOX 544It garment will result Apartment f Co'

Pce. ? 'PL YG :
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MRS. PHIL MAXWELL i ij
j 1 HOSTESS TO CIRCLE Building. A good incclne investment. Live ,
h ,.The Veda< Waldron Circle of j I
in rent the oer three. j'
the WMU of the Baptist Church one with KopfY

met Tuesday afternoon with Andy Clyde.Rand treokT' 1 ,
Mr*. Phil Maxwell m West 4th Phone 2490 Box No. 277VERO
SHOTLADING St. Mrs,' C H. Munch, leader BEA i, FLORIDA ALSO Pgat"lit
presided over a short business Chapter New Seri)
meeting when plans for Thanks- All K d. Ii
StoreStock
I
giving baskets were completed. Grocdry "WHO'S GUILTY? ,
Ceramic Mot Marble
Mrs'C. L. Boggess presented a c And Cartoon
program on "The Sin of Racial Quarry, Asp sit and
Discrimination" Others attend- Rubbe and equ' ment. On corner lot.

ing were Mr*. H.'W.Munch, Mrs. Plastic and Aw.n mum furn/hed income and SUN. & MOP I NOV. 16 & 17 .
W B. Settles, Mrs Marvin H. Til Building, apt.,
A Picture Aa Big As It I Heart of Show Business!
Rowell Mrs. Arthur Ausburn, Tile for sale and stalled home!
Mrs. W. O Penny, Mrs.R. O Floor Sanding dFinishing
Sharp Mrs Lela Clements, Mrs.

CORTEST Ed Burgess' and, Mrs. J. M. Rug Cleaning: \

Phillips SPARBRITE PROD TS

YOUTH FELLOWSHIP &: SERVICEOur THEODORE DEHON.. & SON
ENTERTAINED NOV. 5
The Youth Fellowship of the only representative in
The Contest fast Silday Was Won By Methodist, Sunday School was Martin County is REALTORS
feted at a monthly party Nov. 6
ULWITHAM at the Port Bewail home of Capt GEORGE KEITH PHONE 81 1t
and Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar. The Martin, County Cleaner, t
event was sponsored by the Wesley iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiHii iiniiin/
Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Service Guild of which Mrs t

There wilJU Spdl Landing Contest Hubert Clements, Mrs. Henry I
a Kindred, Mr*. Bernard Hlnson TECHNICOLOR '

;very" S | DAY and mittee Mr to*. Lon assist Tyson the hostess were a com- f [ DANCE BtllYGRABlDUNOtllEY 1 \

Young people attending Include ,
1 I Lurline Greene,Jean Clements \ 0 44%. i rj
2 T< 5 P.M.Wlf I Dot and Mae Everts, Junior ATMOUR'S j
PfM. Mllam, Carole Mann, Janie El- 19'an. .
kin, Faye Reddish, Wilma Simmons Ii
At Marjorie and Josephine jJ i
Tucker' Oaltha Wall Jackie INN And (
Moore and Thelma Bishop. '4
tl tlOCTAL

HAM FIELD BANQUET TO HONOR JENSEN BEACH ADDED New 2Clt p

GRAND MATRON and Pete Smith SpTUES. sally a '" 1
., Unity Chapter 37, Order of 7 PIECE ORCHE f RA dE RY WEDNESDAY andTURDAYWIGHTS 1
Eastern Star,will honor the wor-
thy grand matron of Florida, ...
I Stu ents Mrs Opal Bartow, with a ban- S A WEB., NOV. A & 19
quet at Chlsholm Wednesday .
'.
iHAVlfc 5 HRS. FlflNG1' TIME INIGIBLE'FO evening at C::30. A special meetIng '.
of the chapter will be held
!
t rfDVPL
tTHRILLS
JWEEK at Woodman Hall following the B
,ON ,ARE banquet. This I Is the State of fid' Dancing 'Till 2:00 AIM, Fun f9r a\: Old and 7 '
al's annual YIaI'0 the East 1 I

THIS CONIEST COast. Your. Choice Win'ndLiquor., Pre\iumBeer ::. f
Mr*. Lena Winer, Mrs. Myra ,
Hilton and Mr*. Alice Ollson Jr. on Draught.'
FOR. PRIZa OF comprise the committee on arrangements -
and will accept re-' ,
$1 it$5.002l.$2.503rd creations through Monday..
W
; I JUDITH ANDERSON-ALAN H.E\\

-. LUNCHES d FULL COU DINNERS u flKALSO er '
I
IWILiBE, GIVEN TO |HE.STUDENT IN" CART N AND NEW* '

KINGTHE: BEar LANDING 'Suds- OPEN.WEEK DAWEDNESDAY 'v. .I .. ,. e .. '. 8:00: A M.. Till 12:00 P. M. ;
'f I The H lSoapless, ,an JP SATURDAYS e f' 8100 Ii\M. Till 2.00 A. 'M. I
Cleaner
Us CUlW.:;,For ,
Brighter | thee in ijrour SUKD.WS;" 12:00: NOON TILL 12:00\ MID\C"1' I

:BEACH AERO, ,CORP.GL .. Automatic.MARTirteoUNTY shot.- u tlL6 JeOitg lavf6gtg < sew Mnr ..
A9C ANYONE WHO HAS BEEN THER ttAal IV-TIN E' ,

'N G. JOHNSON,'Mir. A KJ\GE.GO DS BEER Y THE CASE :

ELECTfi\CO.:,
BLOCKS NORTH OF JENSEN BEACH 'BRID
2 'T
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Old Isl.> HitbwAr, V4 mile So.; 'Stuart Flat Phone 78 |p B Bldf.M wq; .yVr ala

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1 : Pahoke State Farmer Mar-I- ASSOClAHON MEETS QUARANTINE MAY HIT Indian River Drive Vero Beach, past gland,representative Ankona had Mr. and Mr Ed.: mltlet of tht Fort Pierce;;:*

i get. Is one of the area suffering II TOBACCO PRODUCTION to Mississippi and mond 8. Burn. a* dinner and] an' Club, reports the
; 'II heavily from cold and excessive Charles Conrad president: presided I grand warden respectively bridge guests Saturday night. sale held in Franklin SqUirt rumllllte t
; of rainfall had sales totaling $2fl" ,- at the Civic'Association .Jacksonville, NOT. 13.-Action Dr..Harold of I Colored town last Saturday I I' 1 Hi,897 this year, a* compared meeting Wednesday evening at of Georgia authorities In establishing Factions Settle DifferencesOn Alter six week spent In Hot Bayll Chicago ted ,It to be divided among 1eIo sI
in Ankona last
1 \\1 A a I with\ 822.15175:! .: last year:.._:I I at ,the IChao!'Muse. Plan a quarantine against tobacco Springs, Ark, and visiting In arrived* stay at JIll home Sundayfor Pine: r Charities, 1tctI.t
were made and Carried out to
I I plants grown In certain Zoning BoundariesBy Manning, 8 V. Mr. and Mrs. H.
clean the block on Main Street 8. McOlashan have returned Crest Lodge in Ankona. Dr. Bay
; : : J I near the Army post and one of Florida counties, because of reported home. 11**' visit terminated today How..
:,1 i i I INKEI the park Several members prevalence of "tobacco MRS. VIVA BOAT Mrs.W J.Lowrie ha returnedto ever, he plan a longer vacation AWNINGS .
I ;,' r+/ :; : represented the association at etch mosaic ...
"'" Ir. The two factions, Indian River IIha fell of
Mill ,
I .. I the County Commission meeting, may seriously affect plant pro- her son, H. L Ebner and family number of week's visit with Mrs. Mr* Eldred Anything inianvsi'Estimate '
I
In Stuart last week. i duction In this State, unless Drive Association and Walton have returned to their homes F. C Dev'r1c1Ul in Clarksburg, chairman of tntnnance com- (
..I'/1t. -- their Eden property owners, which after a visit to Charleston, 8. C, W Va. Madly t "
I
grower restrict operatloll.lto
Ci..enI I
REDi MIX irda i 1 heretofore had girded themselves where they were called by the Mr. and Mr* Ernest: Pollardof
non-quarantined areas, and ROTA UB
:0 COMING < SOONI for a fight to the finish on S'rlous Illness of N W.West,,Mrs. Miami who are receiving con- SMITiAWNINdto
RETERFI
enlarge plantings In those area, Ebner' brother. Since the Eb-: gratulations over the birth of a isle Nw rase
M r
I .: : (- -- said William L. Wilson, director the terming problem and the nen residence here Mr and Mrs. twin on Nov.,,*, a the daughter HOLM'. 'I'llc ILL ,
/ rat 121ua" ful9lrdr of Florida State Markets, today Waium boundary line now Ilk- West have visited on numerous of the late r. C. and Mr. Dev N Ny sAUNDaaaIINNM Fort "
FORCING ': ens themselves' to an old auto occasion and made friends In ricks. s.uwsarss.Ne.rY I Pi/c
Baaai J
t t' EEL t .iDVM ,J i TRANSFER EXPLAINED that has been cleaned out of an the neighborhood. Recuperating Amid a blazing array of flow- / 1610 Ave, B. h.
'' it J accumulation of scum, scales from a recent hoepltallsatlon ers that lent the

'" ./ I{, S.'it LI yor 11 I Tallahassee, Nov. 13.-A liquor and rust. It Kerns problems and Ebner could not accompany his occasion Mrs. themselves was "".."' .""' '''",, ILUUIII"'11I11 II"" ,
'::1 '! CO RETEI license cannot transferred boundary lines have been family but was able to Join his hostess in her Indian River home I I iiiiiiimiiuiiimiipnnmiinimiiuiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy"" 1 IIIIIIIIIIIIII "
I thrashed out by the committeesIn neighbor, the Don Romanellos,, for luncheon bridge Nov. 4 Three t
BL CKS II out of a city or town 1 if the result a and 0
;I Ir, .. the peaceful understandingway for Sunday dinner tables were in play. Guests were ANTEEveryone
Is to increase numberof
: : I -"' and things point to a sure Among the fan attending the Mrs.I. O. Bishop, Mrs C,C. Bat
4f I STEEL licenses beyond the legal safe and easy way to live
& ALUMINUM Vets football game In Stuart Mrs. Myron Yarn, Mr* David Where
:,j |I limit. Attorney General J. Tom neighborly along this thorough. Saturday were Mr. and Mrs.Don Fee, Mrs. W. T. Warren, Mrs,, to Know They Can Huy Gardri
WIN OWS 't0 athe Sundials Vsfes
; fare. Pottery Bird Urns '
,
RANT TEMPI Watson has advised. Romanello of Eldred and Mr. and Calvin Poppell, Mrs.J.H.Brooks, T Haniin
,I ; -, As a, community we should Mrs. George Sawyer Lennard of Mrs Browird Poppell. Mrs. John Baskets, Flower.Pot.
,1j MASONRY 'I.4u5ACXELOR count our blessings and look will Walton Mr. and Mrs. Lennard Steve Johnston
J WHITE McCarty, Mrs.
PORTLNDCEMENT BOBBYS0Xf Salerno News, on more and lasting friendships were also numbered among the and Mrs. A. C. Simmons. Prizes P CITY LOG CABIN
made through kindly consideration enthusiastic fan rooting for the went to Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Calvin ,
rather than show a Eagle of Tltusvllle,their former First Turn After Crosfing
j > Popp S and Mrs. Bishop. ( If o Right Bridge)
Pbon."748 Ft Pie THREE ATTEND lineup of grievances and misunderstanding home team, that met the Beagles Mrs. Brooks was tendered a guest
i, a that is disadvantageous G. F. LAUVELTI
1i 1-: LYRIC TH ATRE of Fort Pierce on the Jaycee field prize. '

i ," __ I rW to al all l ton-Eden concerned.The Property. Friday evening. The Misses Emma and Ethel I IIIIIIIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfhII IIIIfhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IlllllillllllllIllllllllp!
Slx-year-old GUI Lennard of Clark of St Paul will arrive in
I ST PETERSBURG Holder Club held a covered dish Walton, soh of Mr and Mrs. Eldred and open their winter K

supper and games party last Leicester Lennard. was one of home Dec. 1. On the, motor !trip
: FUGAWUnd GREEf/LEES house Friday with night In the Walwn'club the guest at a birthday party here they will accompanied '
every one la both
P-TA MEETINGBy given for Janice Holton on her by George Miller who come
I ; .. factions Invited to participate. 6th birthday In the lat grade each winter to look after grove
There the
t ineerile, Surveying, Blue P/nts was a large attendancewith \ room of the White City Schoolat Interest In this pctlon. Announcing fandidacy

MRS. O. D. Ql'IGLEY 'I the Drlva.guests A from up and down 1 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Barbara Mr. and Mrs. 1 Ankeny of
business meeting Person, teacher of this grade,
Estimates%ubmitted! On Re /seat
of the club Is scheduled
tomorrow 111I111I1111I11I11Refresh
Mr and Mrs. W, L. Merritt, carried out arrangement with ((11I11111I1111I11I1111111I
Mrs. Jack Saunderson and Mrs. ;I night. Another- covered dish game, a large birthday cake and urself OfL.J."lWVoIlratIi
303 E. 4th St. > \ / Stuart, Fla. Williams of Kobe Sound attended I supper and games party will be ice cream. Many of these children
j the P-TA conference Nov. 4 held Nov 21 to which all members Miss Person stated, live in' en Out Way'
PONE 311 and 5 In St. Petersburg. |I associate! members and rural sections where little friends eAR
friends invited.
Mr, George Osborn. president ', are cannot get conveniently to their

I opened the Ladles Missionary I'I Mrs. Douglas Silva] of Station ,I homes to help them celebrate; 'SS
she them this
--- Consequently
---- Society Wednesday evening gave
I I WIRA, a fluent speaker and
a pleasure In the school room.
at the church by singing I
"My Faith Looks Up To Thee,"", woman acqUalnted with policies Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McKech- A OPF
Notice To My FrV-nds and Customers and scripture Eph. 8-10:18. Mrs I and procedures of club groups, nle of Falrmount W. Va. and
1I Osborn gave the lesson on l I accompanied by her neighbor Eldred have opened their home NTMN INKS fo
\ "Faith." Others present were I Mrs. James Cannon, an artist in for their annual winter sojour, SAND ICHES COFFEE
I Mr*. J P WUbar. Mrs. O D. line of shell novelties, have gone Enroute to their respective IND NTO FLA,
Joe IVlWsley Qulgley, Mrs. Fred Pedersen and to Washington, D. C. Mrs.Silver homes in Hammond, La.., from a 51111U111111 1111151111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISR
Mrs. Kate Riddle of PennsYl- I will visit her parents and Mrs. visit to Dr and Mr*. J. A. OaUln
vania. Cannon will be the guest of her in Eldred, Mr. W. H Brent and City Commissioner

Mrs. Kate Riddle arrived last I son mid family. Returning they her niece, Mrs. Ray Hosea, have ,
motor
will with Mr. H. R. Bauk-
r week to spend the winter here slopped in Montgomery, Ala, 4LI'ES
PLUMBING with her niece, Mrs. J, P. Wilbar, hage of Washington, a regular where they are house guests. of
and Mr. WUbar winter resident of Fort Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. William Nunn., in the MunlclAl l ifrimary of Tuesday,
Mrs. Baukhage Is the wife of the
Elder J. P. Dawson of Auburn- -
,
dale will preach at the Baptist tioted -news-_.. commentator._ ; AUXILIARY SUPPER HELD TE I 25
Has Move* To "
a Church here Sunday ARMISTICE DAY "tX
'I
Mr and Mr. Clyde Ammonsof I An outstanding event of Armistice -
Ohio are here visiting at the day wa* the Legion Auxiliary -
NEW LOCATION home of Mr. and Mrs J tL. Terry, supper held in the poet home Properties II kinds
.. Mr. and Mr*. Roy Deckerof I e I' at 8 with Mr. Clyde E. Swankof
., Rhlnebeck N. Y, arrived last I the Drive as one of the host for sale.Also'slnt.
IN !HE week to spend the season in their I I as. On the committee with ABUSINESS
winter' home here. I Mrs. Swank were Mr Claude ELJCT
Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Chew | Harris Mrs Harold Stead and and
RAIN' BLDG. and Mr. and Mrs., Ray HUM of rk'If1 Mrs; C. C. Lelly. At this time sure &AN'TOflDO
Fort Pierce were Sunday callers'on article collected for the veteran ante.Edw.
Mr. and Mr. Fritz Anderson. *' Christmas Joy Ibopa'were
I. Mr Harvey of Flint, Mich? 1 ] shown. It was requested' for anyone -
=1.3111 who built the Shelton
Harvey having additional gifts to MaR
cottage, Is here now occupying please get in touch with the ABUSINESaLIKE
one of, the Salerno apartments.j committee.
Mr. Harvey Holloway and Itor
Mr. R. R. Merritt were prizewinners Mrs. Oran MarPherson of

I at the pinochle partyat Pittsburgh will,arrive Del. 1 to P. O.) A ads Bldg JOB
Your le the home of Mrs. John be the season house ,, guest of |
i ij i son of Salerno Shores Ander'l Phi.
Iioneyy Mrs. Fred Dunphy in Eldred. 19 afternoon. Other Mrs. MacPherson Is not a stranger -
:: Mrs. Pete Shor of Jupiter Island, in this community having
I r \ Mr* Rasmus Martenson Mrs. been affiliated with the Fort
an\ earn Mary Chandler Mrs. Emma --
j' 1GREY Pierce Woman's Club and an active -
Smith and Mrs Charles Conrad.
'i, t' \ worker in fraternal organizations -
.
I Refreshments were served. .. She 1 Is past matron of
f ', '.' 1 ;1' 2'o Mr*. 0. D. Qulgley and Mrs OES In Pittsburgh.

'... John O. Stevenson entertainedThursday i Mrs Rupert Koblegard was
I
i :
:
1 afternoon with a stork I hostess to her contract bridge

r ,,I'1; >! ." I 'r Annum* shower Thompson In honor at the of home Mr*.of Bobby Mrs' j jQuigley. U FARES club Friday at afternoon.her home on Awards the Drive wentto '

cm Games were played for Remain ngly Low Mrs. W. G. Padrick. Jr. and

il.l t' t ji Ins red Savings which prize.Mrs.Many R. W.beautiful Johnson gifts wona | tint Mrs.were Koblegard.Mrs. Steve Other' Johnston attendIng -, OTPpINTAUTOMATIC

t were opened. Refreshments of''
Mrs. Harold Haskew, Mrs. Jack
ccounts. JACKSONVI .
: cookies, and coffee 'US
t .\ I cake punch |
B Harris. Mrs. Frank Fee Mrs. J.
DAYTONA CH 1.5.I
}A I) } '' The Federal Savjixs and Loan Inauranci Corpora Mr were*. W.served H Earle to I Mrs..Mrs.; 8 L.ill ,I KEY WEST UI, M. Sample, Jr, and Mrs. .E. L.
t : tion insures indivi Mal accounts to \ lusband Adams. ,,
,I I $5,000. old Mr. Shelby McCulley Mrs | ORLANDOIIOMESTE 1.45 '
j I':' tnd wife may have otal of $15,000, fully i inured.I J. L. Terry, Mr*. O. H. Johnson I 1.30 >---
I 1 I' First Federal sin ijs accounts are legal investments Mrs. Frank Simmons, Mr*. Ted'{ MIAMI ..... LII OES. MEMBERS TTEN1VERO \,
!:. I\ tor Trust Funds, afwell as Funds held by Guardians, Baumgardner Jr.. of Stuart,, OCALA UI CHAPTER _
1 j' I Administrators aril Executors. Mr*. R. W. Johnson, Mrs. Fred I| ST. AL'GUS UO Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Ankeny,
Pedersen, Mr. Johnson Whltl-I I ST. PETERJ V I UO Mr. and Mrs. Jean Sample, Mr.
'all or Write car of Port Bewail, Mrs. Emory I SARASOTATAILAHAS 1.05 and Mrs. W. C. Wilson and Miss '
: DeLoach, Mrs. Juanita King, E" ..18 Ethel Kynaston. were among WA' ER
r Miss Danlta Deno, Mrs L. C. TAMPA _. UI Drive residents attending the
' :-FIRST FEDER Moore and Mr*. L. E. DeLoachof FT. LAUDE AL "1.4. Vero Beach OES chapter, Friday i
I when Mrs. Bartow of
I Stuart, Mrs. Bobby Thompson FT. MYER .15 night Opal i
and the hostesses. WEST PAL BRA I ,7SPM Tampa, worthy grand matron of
i 11' a. a;, itA Florida, made her official visit
: Loan The teachers' held assnsM
fHi Savings/and Associatic meeting wa .
; at Salerno School Monday eve ee r.+e "4Greyho For this occasion other distinguished -

1 :. {Indian River County ning. Senator Evans: Crary and d Bu Station guests were C. W. 1
>
I I '; y//1 r Rep M. H. Rowell were guest Outteridge, Fort Lauderdale,
Vf t0 BEACH FLORIDA H
r1! I speaker After the speaking CHEHO 'SC worthy,erand patron of Florida: ThRS
} i '!',1 I 1512-20th Stree Dial 2\37f 29 dinner were served! and after FLIER Mrs. Winnie Blyth, Cocoa':, pastgrand i
\ matron; Mrs. Theresa
dinner business meeting
; 1, R. W. Sedgwick, Secretary-Treasurer wa* held by a the teachers. The on* 915 Welnert and Mrs. D. H. ,aunder. -

( r Member Federin Home Loan Bank and Federal! table wa decorated with the ., Fort Pierce, past grand

/ i .f'; ( Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Thanksgiving schem with the 1 I electra and past grand marshal,
respectively and Mrs. Maude
t turkey place cards. Present were
il l' { I Current dividend rate. fc it teacher and $43.SO was taken Warren and Mrs. Pearl Newman,

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THE STUART NIVT|. STUART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, 'THURSDAY, NOT 13, 1947 ----- --- rACE SEVEN k


The Pompano State Farmers'' NEW TRAIN NAMED I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiii I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iiiiiinnniiiiiiimiiiiimiiniil I I I l I I I I less will have continued light movement of. :i
urfcst for torn years the plenty more -
lltwt in business volume fort Norfolk, Va, Nor 13. The Need of Leaders EmphasizedIn i when a good sound, adequate yellow erookneck squash, which
Notes of Interest To Veterans f
, Itorlda lystenv-showed a Silver Star 1 It the name selected water control system would have sold at $5 a bushel Some to*, '

ait iia million.{ better dollar than.during one and the a In the $500-prite contest for the George H Moor V. A. Contact OfficerAt Scout Week Programs Here averted damage matoes and cucumbers ire expected III I I ILIST

fiscal year Seaboard Air Line Railroad office of H. R Lowery Jr, Fort Pierce Headquarter. j "Market Manager M. X William in about two weeks
at streamlined train to to put In I to 4 p. m. Monday 105 Atlantic Ate 01 the Fort Pierce State though heavy movement is not ;
service Dec. ll "Lackof adult leaders Is keep- .
for
travel between III ilililliiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Rose In his provocative article
T 1111111111111111111111111i1111111111// Farmers' Market has reported a expected until late November j
Ing
New York many anxious lassies from .
and both coasts "
That Buck
"Stop :
BUY Junk, of Florida It wu announced today Questions on all phases of veterans so he can appeal' In person before becoming Olrl Scouts In Martin presents !

ticked oy C B. Bell, passenger benefits come In regularlyto a rating board: County." Mrs. Anita Morrison facts based on more than Rooms 1
brs, scrap traffic: manager of the road. contact representative of the Here are the answers to the.questlolll' stated today' in telling of the activities 6,000 deer kills In 1046 and attempts Homes your with Apartments and Rental- _.' I
pper a brass.SI Veterans Administration Here of National Scout Week. to prove that "the Id'as us.

NEGLIGENCE CITED are the answers to tome of the that former servicemen This mother ef four young of the vast majority of U. S.1 L. FULFORD '
o'SAUT queries asked most often: frequently ask contact representatives daughters, who runs her home W
hunters on where to hit a deer I
PARTS Tallahassee, Not, IS. Althougha Q.-What book. and equip- of the Veterans Administration and works In a business with to bring him down are,'way off wRu Esta !/ J* /
county cannot be sued
for damages ment does the Veterans Admin : her husband and brother still base" BUYING f; fl.
SELLINGI.NTIN0
a County Commissioner or istration supply or pay for whilea finds time for the Important
nth D ie' Highway Q-During what period musta
I
county employe can: be made liable : PROPERTY MANACEMf: I :
ohio
veteran la taking education or World War II veteran have r a cter: building recreation STATE CAN LEADCOUNTRY
Fe Pierce for injuries caused by his training under the OI Bill? served to become eligible for the projects of the children of the Write P, O. Box No 14> ... ,;j;
P no 129 negligent operation of a county A.-VA pays for all books and educational benefits of the 01 community It Is little wonder !N FOOD s 321 North Colorado A enuo "

auto Attorney General J. Tom equipment that the school requires Bill of Rights? who finds It difficult to under- SALES, WILSON SAYS Phone 317 I"f;1

Watson has advised.NNER'TUBES of all student In, the A.-From Sept. 19, 1840, thru stand why so many women cant Stuart, Florida' .
same course, : July 25, 1947 find time to devote to the citizens Jacklonville, Nov, 13.-"Florida, :
of tomorrow. In my opinion, has possibilitiesfor
-- becoming one of the most 1m. !
FOR THE Q.-May a veteran of World Scout laws limit tile number j
BEACHjltin's change tlie"eourseI ,
Q-May portant food production areas in
War II ot girls In each Also
study with a private troop. they
ant taking for another that I the United States If not In \the
teacher and specify that leader who
receive benefits under a Commands .
like better and In which I feel the world, but attaining that goal Low Cost Homes
the
OI Bill maximum of 32 girls : :
Service Station that there Is a better future forme i A.-No, In a troop shall have two assist will call for close coordinationand f

? ants. But Mrs J. T. Bozone has Intelligent energetic plan ALSOGENERAL { .
A.-Yes. You may change your! Q.-If I obtain a 01 loan to go run over the maximum with Mrs ning on the part of State and V
,Jensen Beach. course providing you have V A'. into business and the business Herman Kelts;. Jr, as her only Federal forces." said William L. "\. .PAIRS ;

d permission to do so If the fact. falls, Is the guaranteed portionof I helper *It Is so hard for us to Wilson director of Florida State i. WRITE OR SEE .
In your case Indicate that a the loan paid by the Government refuse to allow these youngstersto Markets today "For years th* ,

OPENI12 NOON ON SUNDAYS change will be to your best In- charged to me or Is It an come Into this fascinating or. nation has looked Increasingly
terest. VA will grant authorization outright gift to me?' sanitation and to deny them the toward our vast Everglades fora E. A.4CBILL' BALDWINP.
for the change A.-A guaranteed loan Is nota educational advantages of scout good percentage of Its late fall

gift to the veteran. It must work. the volunteers said A winter and early spring vegetables BOX,11 SALERNO, FLA. II

Q,-Is out-patient available to be repaid. If the Governmenthas leader Is needed for a Brownie Increased population in i
a veteran with a non-service to pay the guaranteed portion troop girls T to 10 years who our urban centers, makes such -
Bath m The nd phalt' Tde connected disability of the 01 loan to the lender prepare for the Intermediate supplies more and more vital =v.:'iiiiiiiiiiiMimMiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii' miHiiniiiiiniing l | I
A.-No. the veteran Is obligated the troop of in to K years of age, A\ Yet during the last few weekswe I :a I

Also SuiHy of Belgian Tile i inffvarious colors Oovernment for the payment. senior troop Is also needed here have witnessed heavy dam- Beaoi I I '
Salon
>/@ and 3/16 Comnvjlal Q-I work In ,the day and l Q.-I would-like to appear be- and special troops such a age delay to In great planting crop other acreages tremendous and- S Jensen Beauty I
Wings" and "Mariners" for
would like know If
TALLATIONS and ALES to I may en- fore the V A. rating board to acreage because of Inade-
roll In a night school take those Interested In aviation and Peel 1
Tth. Drainboards orches of or a explain for anents
application
my compensation water activities could quate water control and drain- ,
Quarry Tile part-time course under the 01 Will VA pay my traveling -: !zed If sponsors would beorgan be found- age facilities This particular P l

FORT CE TILE & CON RUCTION CO.Ee Bill.AY"a expenses? Thee local Scout committee season the rains In some areas of. Distinction
.
A.- No. All expenses you may hetded by Mrs Mor- of the State have been so heavy '
HOWL -- Incur going to or from a VA rat- that possibly no conceivable I
committee, headed by Mrs. Mor- system
Q.-How carr r show that my Ing board must be borne by )'ou.1 rison also Includes Mrs. John could have averted serious 1 TelephSne 72-M Post Office( Arcade = I

P. a Box Phone 787 11 18th St., Fort Pierce parents are dependent upon me Mann as secretary-treasurer' damage. However we have had = J nRen Beach '
0 SIR for support Q.--Can a veteran of the span-I Mrs Hubert'Clements I and Mrs:i plenty of occasions--and doubt- .'

0 in to Dependency exist If your parents will be do held n6t ment ish-American Insurance War because get W devote R. Leach.some hours Anyone to who can IIIIIIOIIIlIItId11IIt1IlI111ItIt11!!- !! !! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII55IIInC !. .!! .!!.!.!!!!!!.!.'. !. !.!!.!!!! I ITircsronc ,I''

II 0 PMSIED ADVELIISINOl have an Income sufficient to services In the armed forces? supervising ='ClO OCloc::;=::aoClo t
the girls In their projects Is
ANo.State 0 aTI
provide reasonable maintenancefor
urged to contact any of the committee
themselves and members of Latest Innovation' laLUBRICATION
as to the line Of work pre- AOStQARSjnlES
their family under legal age or ferredSALE 0 I II
members of the family qtherwlse Fishing I I ITE
,
dependent by reason of mentalor HOURS GIVEN I ao ) "
physical condition. Evidence
should be submitted to prove Industry Top Tallahassee Nov 13.-A holderof r=T I Co .,
235 Old Dixie Hi-way beer cannot :
these points a license legallysell Have Your Car Thoroughly

StuartPHONE Natural AssetFlorida's midnight alcoholic and beverages 7 In the between morning o Lubricated II A \

276DON' May a veteran .study with a unless the County Commission o .
With Our Modern Lubrication
private teacher under the OI Ass ACTS ;
resolution has established
by .
BILL? Will the government pay commercial fishing other hours of sale Attorney TAX utvasTsG A TITLE IONS 'l Methods a I 11,\
of veteran
the travel a
expenses Industry Is counted among theState' General., Tom Watson has ad, FaceO I dper.: Attendant on Duty :

most Important natural vised., Ten a INSU NCR u Texaco Pr& us Marfak Lubrication [I I''
assets and holds opportunity for FLORID o ; lii'
WAIT UNTIL YOUR an extended development of pro- NEW ALUMNI PRESIDENT Q n J Firestone Tire ,

cessed products, the researchand Gainesville, Nov 13.-Leo Poster ABSTRACT S COLE EN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE

THE VAST MINUTE Industrial division of the Tallahassee attorney and & Across R. R. Track ott t
WE IING Florida State Chamber of Com prominent University of Florida JIM renueat'AR KENNcoV I" 229. ;01 Pixie Highway, ''I

merce stated yesterday in Its -alurmiDS">waj electee) presidentof y,, FLORIDA II I front Firestone Store.! D;;J TTTI

STE Weekly business review"Approximately the Florida Alumni Association -I OCiO =ooolaoc o= _::::::: l *$ :
ING .
90000000 Ibs
(during the .annual general .- ..
14 of food fish and 220MOOO IDS
session held' Homecoming
during -
it/I/ s of shrimp and related fish were here Oct. 25Hunting., You C Now Buy ::t
taken from Florida waters last ": !
year In addition, 125,000,000 : :
lbs, of non-food fish also were VEt ETIAN BLINDS-I'I'ONVENIENT

,,I J \ wWh caught In Florida according Expert
official State tabulations. BUDGET TERMS

Moat of Florida fish Is eaten
fresh and reaches the ultimate Urges AimingAt Our a Wily CUSTOM BUILT Our ...... QnaNyR ,
l lVENF
consumer either Iced or froten TO FIT P 0 G 0 t f
IAN LINDC YOUR WINDOW. VENETIAN BLIND!
As a consequence, the principal
flab processing activity In the Deer's NeckWashington ; CALL 225
State Is the prepartton of frozen'fish
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L ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES -

skin buying a sterling a life ail you a pease.want. "A and relatively I filets new field for NOT 13.-"If you t MEA, 'Rt OUR WINDOWS AND TELL YOU JUST '

t to 1. in yours nam start Florida, and one presented for want to drop. deer In his tracks, 110 EAS T IS TO OWN QUALITY 'J'RASO BLINDS j jou

tji thin g shout 1 wedding exploration. Is that of canning forget that tlnn-honored heart n Purchase Direct From Factory
silvt w. l.et a eyou the of specialties DRAMATICALLY
bens of our exile advice and and processing of hors d'oeuvres shot and hit him in the neck" Th... I. teach of .to....." In ..... T MANUFACTURING I CO. I'::1',
ji .ear f experien, ,n helping Many types That advice John 8. rase 1 b. :VJ.'i t:1.Oran# Awe I 11
jif' CLEAN OUSE FOR [/fait how. their Vac wisely.Mo and characteristically Florida the Rose cso.s.beI:flt ludaennd.: ... :. .
'
: Items would command a ready the National Rifle Associations ....".. ""... .. 1..bI. t. FORT PIEKCE FLORIDA. 'I
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CHR AS NOW! and exclusive market. Green conservation expert, gives the 'They.. .:II.---'k.: YOUIt rwm. p NE 125 P. O. BOX: 1111
welers
turtle soup and periwinkle soup nations II000000 hunters In ,
children both currently canned are eases I' "
Christmas It a ig occasion isSue '
the October Or The; American -'- t
their new N. nd St ort Pierce to point. .
surprised and Ipl over pres-: 107 "
"Florida non-food fish\ (principally Rifleman, based on the results -
I ,
ents friends in and out all day .
pin
p valuablefor
I menhaden) are of a six-month study on
Have your ho br t, too. and ready the manufacture of oils, ani- ,,'
I the business of deer killing. ;
i for holiday ert ling. Send us your mal feeds and fertilizer elf I 1t 1tw
foY"'tleaning Streamlined production and "Then, quoting Rose again,
drapes, slip-c rs Id rugs
now I distribution methods, more varied you miss your lead and the bullet .. i I' j
and Statewide lands of feet back of .
"Lei' Us ady Jour Wardrobe processing a couple '1'"
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methods can Increase I
conservation
It
Theliolidaya where you wanted you can
and Insure continuance I
still count a dead deer ,
on very
i: ORG KEITHMartin 1 ot this Important source of Income .
| to.Florida." somewhere In the Immediate vicinity .

oulty Cleaners or at least a deer that .."
CHURCHES or .CHRIST,.SCIENTIST won't run Into! the middle of the "
next count '."
IMMORTALS" h )
"MORTALS AND
uart, llorida .k. .< *_.. "I"'* -
P. NE 190 P. O. BOX 906 %paaUPNG, will t/.4. .betted tkrailboit In Ch-kee, the worW of C M ri.t.Studs,d.. ... ,1 I

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lit.I.ftwal* toh.l 11.11.> ter
Directory Amm the lUUou WMeh i"1"ST
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the tb giblet..'.'_l Tk., ..4. .ik.it ft.....erd nite MrinWk. with wI.
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Furniture Temp INGi 10 mi n. .ta rmxtin. .s n..i- Keep your household Accounts wiH the, same accurate methods which businessmen
....... ..< Mk the tnw r
Fnmtah 1M the ft -M t ewel is busmen
i! OYN _- "'":111. employ For runrfnj a home Ivy -snd) you need the benefit.. of >
a personal checking ount to keep ec k on your expenditures. '

The) cost is small-thi benefits grow Drop in today and. sea us about tick special! 1

&KE' CHANCES We'llflv. your vorn, service keyed to youjf needs. .
T
YOU ANA, AFFORD 's a "a otrd'wind"
the I make m r.

E' AN IMPORTAN El $1 SS ENGAGEMENT ride like br 4-new t 13In ,
WHE YOU HA treadbatoday.

YAU-MUST E S E i 1ft1 your. We renew 'em Ia CITIZ S'BA.KOFjSTVART.IMember J


before jroi go.Bri in your Car,for a.quick Reason ble Prices 1110,1, The oral Reserve t3yate and Federal Oepf.lt\ .,
.ondition '
You Car i n a'faultl : :
Stua Recap
check-up To The Bank sonai '
0 St vice of Service ,

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PAGE EIGHT THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN OOCNTT, FLORIDA, TUURSDAf, NOT U, 1347I

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I : : 01e tunrt ctu.\ A REAL The big OCEAN trouble PARK in Martin County for yean has been I Horticulturally Speaking ,'
'n '
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: ; that we have waited for progress to catch up with us -- : : : 1' I ;:::1
instead well in advance. I r
I of acting == ClOOClO======.enO'Ono '
i f" When we could have established game refuges and THIS KITCHEN. ,
Published every Thursday at .
\ 1'1'' Stuart, Martin County, Florida, public recreation areas in our forest areas because the land I Florida .needs I Well rouiuloJ. (program of ornamental treeJpUntlng IS FOR YOU'
; _
+I'' "!I a by Stuart Dally New, Inc., a was not being used, was tax: delinquent'and could have There tn three distinct zone In this Mate tyanfa\ Iflorld. with its
j, ,, i'" ''r Florida corporation. been secured easily we "put it off." Now many of the usually acid soil and temperature M low u 23 degrees; and South r'a'

,I'' Entered as second-claw mall natural recreation areas are owned by cattlemen and Used Florida, with ill predominantly limestone l i oil and minimum temp-
I II I r, matter at the poet office at for grazing Access for the public has been cut off nature of 32 degree S ,
L '. I' 1 Stuart Florida, under tbe Acts There exists in Martin County today, undeveloped, fl r iii
\ of
f
( For each of{ these it is to wok out a schedule
i i 0 of March S. 1878 difficult to reach by road, much of it raw jungle, the finest areas necessary '+
J 'd 1 1 A FREE PRESS potential recreation area of all -McCoy Point at the inlet the trees best lulled for special[ purpose planting particularly highways r rr
I :i'' "\ 34 YEARS OF SERVICE>; ,owned by Bill and Ben McCoy. If it had not been for the parkways, yards., purks, cemeteries, community" forests, special

I "j y 1 and Tk Btuiri rullr N... ... .........,. disadantage of lack: of access to this property it would locations on the Waterfront which are exposed to high winds, salt l
.f < Bliwrt TBM, .... (l..t ....
,' A .fREE PEOPLE ;$ .ubl .k>4 In a..rt.. APril III. have been developed long ago. It has great future possibilities spray or occasional inundation, and lastly, trees which best resist hurricane iI
t I .. mil'. Ik*, Wurt M iri..t"' They will be realized one of these day ten winds
A .Yr.rrk Th.. Ill Trn* Tin WMI s...ffonitl... ".11 Ir N..MIM .,, years, twenty years from now-who knows? .
siMuk'! th nJJ consklor trees that '
... . ...... In working out such a we
of( roimitod O<4"fc< I list.klMWM l'u The of the would be for the t,
t q 4 t' .. .. finest development area i
I fn. IMxnWIN those that
M 1 a combination of shade and flowers are particularly
'. ewtYI11YIMd, .....,._, public good. It has a wonderful bathing beach, protectedby provide their a.,
.j I useful In providing shade, llxwc lust are Intmgiiislicd mostly for
I a'' natural reef The thousand yard jetty could be
.',' A JoNN'NaKa": dH?--..,..,,? ....., ..,.w_. ...,..0..1 ........1 cemented! over, with a concrete fishing walk-and wouldbe sliowy /flowers, and those" which. 1,ko mahogany, the lung oil and many l DIES
rdTrl. .
i Ya! Y"NIt. : A4y..tn.. axnapr
? similar trees, can be planted! with the thought of timber or nut crops.I'mgrem
1 the most in all Florida
I public fishing pier
I C .. .. SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Last Sunday Miami celebrated the opening Crandon in working mt a program nf f ornamentals Is slow because, You won't need to It up with Aur incffi,

; a.__.N.ni ': Ynr... .,1,11. Twe., y.., .. (s.0d / Park--a great recreation enterprise for a growing area.; to begin with, there is no imniedi dollar appeal Economic: factors dent old kitchen mi Th longer if
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.d,h"i-10, nla-maI. to... .......,......... Th. /any and _.. tat r4Y11I I 1 If we were forehanded here now, we could look for- loses promoted extensive research and Ciperimental planting in connectkm Let us show yeti ho 1 easy it kfo have an
I! A.gl.ld, Pam I.0l..", =..;..Irt"d obknlo.Y"I.I, .:.dren".r.xGIi W, rpublksai.,. et bU ...,.I ward some (day to the gala opening of McCoy Park as a with fruit and timber. crops In .Flairlu> but these are no funds attractive modern L-hen thafll 1 be a de.
11' -: MEMBER'OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I bathing and fishing recreatlonland for trial efforts with wnimM Idol terra Even the University of Florida l light, to work In. IND AT ,f MINIMUM

y J I' 111. A,...",.t... Fi... !. ...I..fe4 .......1...lr t. the .M for nviiMkotlm .f all Oh, True, the county already has two small ocean front Experiment Station at Homesloul !gets: lusulfKknl! money' from the OF EXPENSE. PIU NE' IID
I "lux .... trl.t"l In 'kl. n.....up.r. .. Mil n ill AP ..... d"pn oh... strips which it must yet pay for-r-but the McCoy property Legislature to provide one siigk' horticulturist to study ornamental HUTTO RADIO APP ANCECO
I j I outshines/ them like the sun outshines the moon. trees and there are t tot) few hortiiultuniits In (private; life in Florida sea A... 11\1 Pl.,. -.," pi,. ,,.u?
I'I' I Illllll:IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIM I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIimilllmillj I I I I 1 I I I I I I IJ | The News does not know what the McCoys want for who are able to devote their efforts to the esthetic field. '.. ,
j 't" i j this land, but we do know that they are civic minded and Inadequately explored is the field of propagation, U Is hard to
t I Wo'rthy Meditation !'I -spirited, that they have held on to it grimly over get tree seeds from abroad, and many that do come In lose their viability

(IIIIIIMlmlllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII, I I I I ll11l I I I I l I I11111 11111111111I111I l 1 1 I Ii the years determined that it shall be developed properlyand in transit because tropical seeds are notably short-lived, Many In
that it should certainly pay to get in touch with them traduced trees fail to bear seed when planted in Florida, perhaps because
1 Spiritual force, history clearly teaches, has been the and nee whether something cannot be worked out which of the absence of the requisite pollinating gency: Moreover, VICBEAU' [
.\j; greatest power in the development of men and history' will produce lasting benefits for this section. methods of propagation used fur other plants! are often unsuccessful in ORYALON
t tet vre have merely been playing with it and never seri- Creation of such a park by purchase of the propertyfor growing tropical trecl Considerable research needs to be done In this I II

1'' ounly tudied-it, as we have the sociaf forces Some day I the public good would guarantee that our childrenthe held, and it is I noteworthy ih it the University of Mhirnl has added B /
\ people, will learn that material things do not bring hap- citizens of tomorrow-will have the opportunity to enjoy research staff this year to nuke studies in this particular field I i

]Pines; and are of little use in making men and women the development recreation we find at hand today, ahead of restrictive Entirely unexplored is the mailer of vegetable: propagation which NEW IK I S

native'e and forceful When this day comes, the world It would be a move taken well ahead of is the only manner, in which we can get the choicest and surest flowerIng .
"ill advance more in one generation than it has in the past i and indication that Martin County is really working progress-for strains in our tropical plant, and It Is the only way In which we PLAIN SHAMPOO AND T' $1.251. I
t I can develop root svsti ms suitable for some parts of Florida. For ex EGG
four the future. SHAMPOO AND 2.00
generations 'I emple in South Florida. where the water table is within a few feet
To delay on this-as on so many other things -will j
Charles Steinmetz. CREAM SHAMPOO AND T 1.74'
; of will And it
of the surface the ground, d''P..rooted trees not grow. .
_. be to lose the opportunity. '
GET is necrssary in these areas tn do Considerable experimental! work to OIL SHAMPOO AND SE1 2.0
JrjE STATE RIGHT-OF-WAV iiiiiiiii.jiiiiiiiMiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 I l I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWITH I ascertain which root stocks with ,shallow spreading root systems are '
Tnc'State Road Department indicated this summer THE OTHER EDITORS best adapted for growing the nowt'rintrooa/( suited to the locality, MACHINE WAVESMACHINELESS -- $ 7.50 U"
I 4 I 1'\\ that it would be glad to put the proposed new 4-lane superhighway More different kinds of trees are Under cultivation today In Florida WAVES 8.50 Up

r through Stuart,>.,..U we would furnish the right- UlllllllllllllllllltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII IIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPEPPER than in any other St ito In the union Besides 300 native trees, thereare COLD WAVES ... IS.OO Up
1 I 1 of-way. 'S PRANKS 800 exotic shade and ornamental trees In various stages of Introduction

t." So far we have not made a move toward this vitally (Palatka Dally News) in Florida and more than 200) species of fruit trees300! in ilk) MISS MAR [McGEE 1 c
l'I i } 1 needed action, largely because the City of Stuart, in financial Senator Claude Pepper, who Is probably doing as good a Job of But these represent less than one-third of what can be grown here,,
:, straits, has not seen how it could undertake' to misrepresenting his constituents as anyone ever done on Capital and there is a tremendous unexpected field In new trees which Floridacan I Is A Beautician of ear* Experience I'

1 |pay for the admittedly large costs of moving buildings 1 Hill, Is nothing it not consistent Having dedicated himself as the use! to bring to life its millions of Idle acres. .E.A.M. HER WORK IS BARANTEED i
(I'\ back on U. S.1 from the Standard Oil Station down to Kite i Yell( appointed Russian apologist In this country he Is determined i
I Hotel to carry on, regardless of abundant evidence of a Soviet effort to Most Important Topic of Today NO APPOINTM T NEEDED J

t "1 The county, which has already secured a great deal I 1 foment world I revolution: to advance Communism throughout the A hefty young maiden in Maine! CPEN(9iOO( : A. M. ILL GOO: P, M,
'I of t the 200-foot right-of-way from hobo Sound north, has world In fact his speech's hither and yon ring with the mono Was heard to sob and complain '
[ I lot Celt that it in its responsibility to get the city right-of tonous repetition of a cracked phonograph record Mamma says I will freeze NO. 10 VIC( ARCADE, 1'i'
waY- Speaker before the CIO convention the other day Pepper, With my skirt to my knees; 'Tim
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fleanwhile, rumor reached The News today that a dealing In generaltl scored "cartellit minded lawyers". Wall Oh Mamma, you'll drive me insane Drop *

1' "'I \ I ;; : tentative survey is underway by the State Road Depart. Street-.nd warmongers u being responsible for the ever-widening An old 'dame in staid Maryland PHO1WE 1205 1 i

It, I! ment to estimate costs of a super-road which would go 1 rift between this country and Russia. Hs( ,entire ape'ch wu a rehash Said, my youth was no fairyland. CLOSE SA JAYS AT NOON I
i 1 \ i I from.Fort Pierce south to Jupiter in a straight line, crowing : of a speech made before the Third All-Slav Day rally of the We girls wore a skirt .: + w
I j 1 above Palm City several miles west of Stuart_and leaving Midwest Division at Pllsen Park, July 7. 1948 and at his request Reached down to the dirt: .f 1110'c\ ,'
this coastal area off the main route Inserted In tin congressional record of Friday. August 2. In which So I think that,short skirts are very grand." '
While this so far lacks foundation, IT K STRONG he was a little more explicit to tbe point of naming John. Foster '
I l POSSIBILITY since woodlands right.of-way 'would I Ire Dulles as the big bad wolf fn Russian relations Miss Flora who lives down J in Florida,' tIn
'. cheap and a single, comparatively small" bridge over the : Pepper may have been naive enough at the outlet to believe tones that grew torrider and torrider.-
I ii.- South; Fork would take care of the route. that Russia had no expansionist alms but to express such views Cried, How it will hurt
the 22 vetoes and Comintern later Is Neither To don that long skirt; r
U would result in Stuart finding itself in same a new Just plain silly
: : :' "off the main highway (situation" which stranded Jensen, Wall Street nor cartells lawyer have been tossing vetoes around And she fell in a faint! in the corridor; Y

I I j\\ Salerno and Hobe Sound when U. S.1 took the main traflic with reckless abandon, despite anything Pepper may have to layabout Spoke a cow girl on the range in M ntana
cr 4/ off the Old Dixie the matter As she signaled us with her, bandanna-
''I'4t It would cost us many hundreds of thousands of dollars Pepper infra that he Is opposed to Communism In the United Such a fuss about skirts;
I'i,1t', I annuallyln tourist revenue and millions in our opportunity States but holds that any European nation which wants commun- I think you're all nerts -
r :i ,r to grow-putting us in the same category as Cocoa, the \tom Is entitled to hays It No one disputes the senator here but My name is Miss Pants Pollyanna.
I i r j "forgotten town" of the central East Coast all the evidence Indicates that there U no free expression of the
A male tourist in Rend, Nevada
people for Communism but rather that It U being forced small
I Practically speaking no matter what the right-of-way upon
'I Kept on getting madder and madderI'm -
.. '4 4 costs; it will be cheap at the price-and some deal must nations through intimidation and actual force despite Peppers leaving; before .. $1
iJ be worked out now to definitely fix the four-lane road statement in the congressional record "I have it from the lips of I must any more t
'i ,4 most statesmen that communism In in pay
through Stuart. responsible every country
For skirts that are longer and badder,
I t'' Europe today where It exists Is a patriotic indigenous movement
; I'it"d Fort Pierce is already well along on its four-lane
I
; i J \ right of-way through( the city. Up there The News understands of that country." The fashion experts in Pa its 1pI7
,I, : 11 ,."k t, a proposition is being worked on by which,, IM Claude should refrain from such utterances. With meat prices Va., Ga., and La.-
:i / county.would apply part of its anticipated gasoline taxes where they are today should we permit anything which would Said, Girls stop your chatter- .
,' 1 ''I in a:loan to the city boost the price of tripe? Long or short may not matter,
1 : t I See our new bell gored skirts on display.F .
J i financial cooperation must be worked out here. Coun. ::::IOClOc:::=::=:lOClO====OCOh OnOG7 .
'
i I' J 1 ; ty ruads and bridges get all the state gasoline tax help-; COME ON-=-LET'S LAUGH W, Wilkison-Miami. Fla
I : t 4 ( It deHtJte-"lhe]! fact that a great percentage of the gasoline
j =onoz ::::::--ono.onot-: ; :: ALL TAKEN CARE OF '
It ; ; laxr are paid in the city. Also, every Stuart taxpayer pays .
"Are you going to take this lying .downt" boomedthe
l life I practically< an equal amount into county coffers GOOD CONSTRUCTION
4 t I' :, "Hie important thing ii to end delay and "gtt on the A contractor stationed his foreman on the other side candidate, '
I I ball: oiv his important project. of a wall in a newly finished dwelling and then called out, "Of course not, said the voice from' the rear of thehalt
t : Otherwise we may be left in the cold. "Can you hear me?" "Yes, I can," replied the foreman. "The shorthand' reporters are doing that"-Mil-
"Can you see me?" the contractor next"called out. "No," ledgevllle Rotarj .-Millcdgeville, Georgia.

J ,\ 1 WATCH OUT- replied the foreman. "That. commented the contractor,

{ J The season for the "easy money boys" is hereWith "Is what I call a good wall-!I" 1 ," vM

I' aNaiaSi / FINISHED BUSINESS
i I : the arrival of November and our winter season She: 'I trust I make myself plaIn."

a great many of the smaller racketeers can soon He t "You don't have to. Nature attended to that."_ AnnouncingMy
I expected to begin making their appearance The Scandal Sheet, Graham, Texas '
5 x 'i We refer to a great many of the house-to-house
4 4r solicitors who attempt to sell you various articles!!; or CHECK! -
1 ,, I who offer other schemes whereby they usually come Poet: "This world is very unfair. ((leaner IjQSter'
Y out ahead and leave the local citizens holding the bag. I Friend: "How so?" '
I' I ; The only advice is-play safe. Investigate before Poet: "Well; a banker can write a bad poem and nobody Candidacy
you pay out money and be careful what you sign. does anything about it, but just let a poet write a
al I We have always found that established Stuart bad check."-Round and Round, Wichita, Kansas '
merchants can supply anything offered at your door
f aiJS> Usually you can buy it cheaper from the merchant I
who does business here the around He Lor
year ap. LARGE
I p&ciates your patronage as well as your money. Too JUST RECEIVED) A SHIPMENT OF' Male t gnat IvO .. wjl

> -I often, the out-of-town door bell ringers are interested ALARM CLOCKS ;.tovgb" (own)CwH joist | i,
''i + offlyjft] the latter sad.) tt } j jslap
earl
CAUY
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t I'' THE. STUDENTS PSALM .- GUARANTEED, Only $:*:.50, Plus Tax City' o. ussionerL .. ...' rdmory.) sowo i

M i i -Mr. Pressly is my teacher, I shall not pass, ..tie, to bales; *: **.
:Dlft-maketh me to prove dense equations,. WH TMA & NORRIS ,._eel.-4 Iwavr ut ylra.d//d'far0 1 1** "*

HeHeadeth me to expose my ignorance before the IN HE PRIMA Y Odaraii aahrllli oMen ?slip, rVwMMtle frBglrt het k/0d"v
classTHie wimp ,forward; l eard Y's ,w llmovio ail wsl 1 1d *

t grattt sake.maketh me draw figures'on the board for my e OF TpESDAY, NOV. 25 .4 nibbw
-Yes) though I study till morning I shall gain no favor '
:ZTE:: experiments bother me and the Jaws sorely Remember Onlfcw. Registered -, ,
\
sr trouble me, 'f 8 .
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lie prepareth' my quizzes in the presence of mine. Pharmacist Fills Youk Prescription HENRY P. LYONS'OWNER '
enemies- ., \ 1 !

lie glveth me a low mark, my work \runneth 'overfne AT ,,. h./"
tl .Surely zero will follow me all the days of My life, ,i i
,And I shall dwell, in a chemistry class forever. '' -
1 *i ..; f t '- Tie jAa( ette' .SIMS! DflUfi rLD11P.: LYONS IMPERIAL RESTAURANT

SAFETY DEP SIT BOX, I'I ANJ SERVICE AJ'I >N, $ "Hardware, CO.,
'THE REXALL STORE
I :First husband "My wife finds my money :wherever I' 617 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY F

Ye i hid* if St. Lucie A... PHONE Stuart n.. OwiiAv. 'llo: y Phoo,w.?
:Beeoncfohusband: "My Wife never finds mine. I put .f: 1" r, ; -, .tape"! y.xte.l) Adewsis.sstt '

!it(injhe. basket_with m; undarnedjocks/: ; : .Link. ....
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... THE STUART NEWS,STCART,MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, NOV. 13, le47 -: PAGE 1gINL. f



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See Us For COAST PILOT BOAT CAMPAIGN DRAWN '
45. UNEMPLOYEDAIDED STATE CHAMBER :
s. STOPS OVER HERE ,
Lakeland Nov. 13. (FN3>-Inenslve ,

A ? .. ..,.I li Rep sand The Sosbee, under commandof sales promotion campaigns CENTRAL MARKED 11'; :

ERVICE.Ucwl A arts BY FSES Lt. Cmdr John Bowls, is stationed SEEKS WATER designed to move a heavy '
volume Qf fresh and .canned MEAT ; .. I
at city dock here for a

ARN D BA ER HERE BY NOV. 1The 1 week Coast Pilot assembling, supplemental data for publication the- DISPOSAL PLAN will citrus be while conducted It Is la by large thousandsof supply P *ODUCE and GROCERIES : 'I:d'

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Boulevard for mariners which furnishes the nations grocers during '. '"
. Jone 142-W the four-month period beginning COURT. OUS SERVICE : : "I

Stuart office of the FlorIda chart. data, not on Government. Jacksonville ]Nov 13....The Ua In December, Don Butts, . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED .:.w ;i :
State Employment service *-such as local facilities .Army Engineer Corps has been advertising and sales promotion ;
gave 45 counseling Interview, 31 marine services and airports A requested by directors of the manager ol the Florida Citrus 2nd and Vkron / Joe Brooks :,. i 11:1 l :l
check U being made of all navigation Florida State Chamber of Com- Commission, announced here today "
of them ..: '
to Veterans In the first 1
10 months of 1947.In an effort to factors by the craft from merce to work.out plans for the i ,,I t
Norfolk to Key West,particularly disposal of noW waters which "'
COCfcNUT help them
find suitable kinds ol flow Into the Lake Okeechobeearea
MARSI ALLOWs employment, Horace B Jones,' as to whether landmarks or from the Klsslmmss and j
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manager ot the office said today aids to navigation have been destroyed St. Johns River basins At their .. 'v''t j
by the hurricane fall meeting the organizations :f.
s Employment directors tabled a resolution ,
,
counseling, one 'J. '
RESEARCH TO START
which sought endorsement of a /
ANGf L FOOD of the many services offered by
third canal
proposed drainage
the Orlando, Nov 33.Extensive
Employment
Service Jones
I
leading from the lake to the ,'
JAR continued, assists workers who research, and practical experiments ocean ', H
need such help to determine 11the prepackaging of .
them; present or potential occupational President Arthur Y Mllam, I I,
I 3-oz: .. .........49c abilities and Interests Florida vegetables for consumer who presided over the board session .
I In the light of realistic Information use will be started within a short declared ,that the tabling
MYNIK Yj/NG IY GOy about Job requirements and time If ,the State and Federal of the resolution was voted J I III
.r employment opportunities. This "without prejudice. TWa simply 1
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Governments and Florida.vegetable ;
I service facilitates the placementof felt" Mllam said,"that we were II
It ? Whit Cream tons OomatoPOTT growers and shippers determine -
disabled veterans and other not competent to deal with the
:, No. 2 caiu20<| Jui*, No. 2 can..9c handicapped workers ;youth entering who'Is to foot the bills technicalities Involved. We were j
the labor market and Informed that Army Engineers
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PA P Grade A I A fP Prune other handicapped workers, HEARING SCHEDULED had.not made a study of the 3 Big Sale DayS-Thurs\\ Fri 'Sat. Nov. 13-14-15 1.//!
No 2 tional problems and .
mee St. Johns River'bllllinl.We
,17c< Pl ms ..23c Jones reported the Stuart office Ions in regulations governing so- felt that this study shouldbe
.; Cut Green -- had placed ft total of threepersons called "white collar" employe made before taking affirma- Ask At Store For 4ge|Color Price List
nn Page Grape during October leaving exemptions under the Fair La- tive action. on a proposal of any
2 No. 2 cans an active tile of 67 applicants on bor Standards Act will be, considered kind.
Jelly, Mb.jar21clnans 23c Nov 1.Job at a public hearing to Harold A. Scott, an engineer Sew a little Evseydey TSSTJESXEESELrlOTOny t
.,
opportunities are on the open In Washington Dee a. It employed by the corps detailedat
. it:.f Vine Ripened W""tana Extra Std. I Increase with six more listed In was announced here by Joseph length the Army Engineer
No. 2>/ can If 2 No 2 cant October than during September I C Noah, regional director of the Lake Okeechobee water control J
umpkin .IScHomatoes ..29c I This Increase was accounted for wage and hour and public con study Standing at a wall map ,
primarily by the
Increased demand tracts division, XT 8. Department' he traced the course of the
for laborers I In the dredg- of Labor, stffdy saying that It was begun I f
ing Industry '
GARDE FRESH 'I before the war, had to be suspended -
because of the war and i
Unemployment Insurance -
FRUITS and VEGETABLES Tod-.1'MiToday In Martin County on payments the] that the corps had resumed
-- -- week ending Nor 1 showed alI work upon It. he declared, with
led Delicious jfrttn Prod edst I decrease from those paid on the "enthusiasm. and energy. I STORES
\pples, 3 Ibs. .29dKabbage, lb. .6c last week In September. Unemployment -II This study Scott said, "was FOOD
a !! benefits paid In the undertaken at the request of the
county on Nov 1 amounted to farmers and other property own-
week Juicy 8-lb bag rizedIn
parer $195 and were made to 15 persons ers concerned. It provides for II
rapes, 2 Ibs. 29 ranges ....33c r County Including eight men and the diking of a large area south
seven women, of the lake and for pumping excess :
Imp M Canadian Statewide unemployment Insurance water from this containment o

Ihubarb, 2 Ibs.._2D| Kutabagus, Ib. .5c BaraVs Dairy payments amounted to As a matter of fact It
$105,214 and were made to 7,255 provides a third outlet, and at GROCERY SPECIALS
eke Sweet Idaho Baking P, 0.. Bof\M2 Stuart persons the week ending Nov. 1. the same time conserves water l i ;,Ili
These figures do not Include allowances needed for Irrigation purposes In
POTATOES POTATOES paid to 13,235 unem' dry weather, I 7. I It'
MAGIC'CHEF
ib*. .2 Ibs. ... ,35c ployed veterans from Federal "We should be permitted to PRESTO |
.1 funds which were 1283,533 dur- for 4
complete this study Our meagre
Dinneral k
I Macaroni 2 19,1
ing the same period. to funds should not be aent on a ) p gS.
The Statewide payments
diversionary expedition( It was
Jane Parker non-veterans for the week reflected difficult enough for the corps MIRACLE WHIP SALAD 8 TOMATO II

a Delifrioulw. e.. k THE OST C PLETE ths previous a decrease week.of, $.18.34< from to In get my this opinion study the under corps way knows and DRESSING r :rt33 r/ ( TSUPc5c 2Sc' '
counsel- I toupon
Persons jobs
etter Than Ever"| e'' q 0 RETAIL ND W LESALEa Information seeking on employ- what the solution Is to the prob- .al. )
Ing or
lem of water control south of
ment opportunities on an occupational the lake North of the lake Is I HILLS BROS
CAKE a Industrial and area
RUIT another matter, but what to
1 -XQ
basis should contest the Florida I. 1b.
for the south side. will COFFEE 491
T PALM BE HES State Employment at the court- proposed '
fit properly Into over allplanning 1 '
any
l house In Stuart on Thursdays ; I
417 KEECHOBEE R 0 :* I
ke. -S2 Job orders also will be taken he concluded SILVER FLOSSSAUERKRAUT 2 No 2V C Mns C SSE & BUACKWELL1RMALADE \
PHONE 2-3851
over the telephoneVye .
'
COMMITTEE FORMEDA T 23c'Iii
C
War Trophy Safety Committee ,
headed by W. L. Oetzen, Investigator runt SWEET CHANCE

SUPS T MEATS jlell In charge, Alcohol Tax ARMOUR I
and Repair Unit, U.' 8 Treasury Depart- I''
f Chuck ath's Pure Pork 1-Ib. roll ment, has been formed for the TOMATO JUIjCB2\ No. .2 Cans 19i '
State of Florida, and Is composed -
OASTIb 6 C SAUSAGE 630 MAYTAfl WASHING MACHINES Of Capt. J. A. Baker, U. S.
,. Army; U. (011)) J. K. McCool V NABISCO RITZ / P 1 REll HEART i

EEfl: Sell and Service S. Navy, and Lt.W E. Hurlbert, CRACKERS27c | DOt FOOD 27c. ,1''' I
SHORT ash Large i ;* Jacksonville Police Department .:. "
't
|ll IB lb.. 4Cif |C RABSea. 19C ERS PUMPS I representing. the National RifleAssociation MIDSUMMER YELLOW FfEESTONE > 1 1I


if Luncheon ride A Dressed and carr i complete line of parts t CERTIFICATES: NEEDED 13.-Elevator'' PEACHES I I _No. 2% can 19?, ''I I I

lid Drawn Tallahassee.Nov I I
IflM A SIC 5 C 36 Us For owners should register their ele- ZEPHYR SEEDLESS V-8VG. COCKTAIL I
,IL OWLIb. 530 I vators Immediately In order that
certificates of operation may be 2 No 2 t
knyfield DISPOSAL ifrlTS'SEGERSTROJll'S RAISINS r Jul S 29c .
Sliced SANI-WAY obtained by Jan. 1. 1948 to com- t'I
ply with the Florida Elevator: Law

(SCON ,lb.. C 1YERS'1b.. 69C enacted the Legislature at the, 194T Chairman session Carl of SWIFTS JEWELSHORTENING : .,' R i I ,t't'I"

B. Smith of the Florida Indus- 4lb. $1.23'CROSSE i '
carton ;
.
BlulVhite trial Commission,said today.
a Page ,
MACARONI Flices, 3 pkgs. 26c Farmers in the New England: & BLACKWE L'S .. 1\
All Kinds of Mac% Work. PI Jnbing .
colonies distribute their farms '

SPAGHETTI' or I Ikg Wo bur,'. Phone 158-J-3, \ Jensef Beach, Fla. equally Into ptuturuge, woodlot DATE & NUT BREADl can, 191 Ii
So*, 3 bars ......29c and tillage

11 ,,,2. .r

i-rs"1 r OxAIol For Hhal,Sparkle' Irge pkg 34c ark t Specials i ':"

lleach, qt. .,. 2 bars For Fri. and Sat.
Octa a f
sit Ia Salad Cie*ser, 2 pkgs _19cNabl.l. Anthony syo/ecials NOV. H & ..15 RATH BLACK HAWK TENDERIZED HAMS 1 i 'J

it qt. : a,7, Round, Ib .-..606 String End, lb....,504 Center Slices._..79c, I
.Premium Mb pkg ORDER YOUR THlf KSG1VING TURKEY EARLYMARKET ..
NN Window Craclers22c, PRIME WESTER BEEF CHUCK S>OT RATH'S SMCED

20-os:tot GROCER lb. ,:
I ROAST59c BACON ': 75c ,
;
I'emer' ....-.2l* octal CHASE & SANBORN ROLLED RIBROAST _.
.
It no Red r-Mb..e. Flak Irge pk COFFEE. 63c SHORT RIBS OR ,. \ .. .:
__._. ,>. SMOKED Sft>EBACON'r' .4,
ns ..... :. .10c a3hredd BRISKET 35c
.bltc esi< a .... .....16C COUNTY KIST TENDER JUICY CUBE lb-w i ...._........ : 59c .r


I a ch Laundry 8-o pkf' 'ijj N*'>" o 0 j isty PEAS___2 eae:_._._ 5 STEAKS ,,..._,- 69c ROUND OR SIRLOIN : / .: ""

Silndwi .. ... .. ....23c GREAT VALUE COTTAGE STEAKS Ib..___m_..-_ 89c y. '

I Medal' PEACHES" n'' 7c !HEESE 25c / RYEBfl 65(5: ,

&LD MEDAL CRISCO :_ GROUND BEEF ,, ;45c TABLE DR& SED NO WASTE{ :;

lb. bag .,,,,.59 3-lb.can :v -$1.07' I ALL BRANDS CANttlD I &AFT3 KAY-NATURAL

lb. bag,1.15. Mb.can 4. -38 MILK 2c.n.J25c I C CJESEib 63c The Copiplete'Fodd Store :

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ANTHONY 300 SO.AKRON AVB. EdO OM \_ MARKET STUART,FLA. :I .K. I I IVI P. K 'THE ARKET OT TO DATE"ITOWP:'\? i';

YOUR,FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE ,GROG Y' AND MARKET ,/ /iVV/ JL JLsl Ak/ WE DELIVER Pb.oe U.,sir ,
FH&NE FOR FREE DELIVERY '
143 WEB, ARE. : :'OPEN. WEDNESDAYS. ;ALL DAY.. ., I

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PAGE TF.If THE STUART NEWS, ETCART, MARTIN COHHTY, FLORIDA, THTKStUY, NOT, U t94T


!I FARMERS URGED today by R S. Dennis, acting Chairmen, of Post States sending to the national organl- In Rumws, -red- mea-;;::
TO FILE REPORTS NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Crops
i State director of the Production atlon which In turn will return Luis

: and Marketing Administration, Committees Named the amount U a request for aid .Is I
: Oalneivllle, Nov 13. Florida The Column
; farmers who have, completed'conservation :- ', to report promptly to their county County Agent's Value Leads made by this sector, Mr. Kerrt- Relief i f
'At ;
conservation t
agricultural
\ practices under the committal"Considerable. The official!Bet of officers and By L. M. Johnson Ian brought out, ; Last

,I 11' ,J 1(47 farm program were urged delay In getting committee chairman of Harold In Southwest Acid toils; are. --nearly;; always deficient :

:' I assistance payments to farmer Johns Post (2, American Legion Two new emergency practice 000 gladioli! bulbs every week'He { In plant food. ForYourCoDl
f TRYPOST'WAR 1FRACYN6' be avoided," Dennis said, "U
can for the year 1947-48 was released' have been added to the 1947 Agricultural reports the water receding very -
practices are reported as promptly Fruit and nuts produced In Oreomulslon.
t l OLDI as possible." last week by Command Harris Conservation Program fast from his farm land, and his r rouses
((1)I) Farmers and ranchers the Southeast! la 1945 were Valued to e
wishIng
-
\ 666 Farmers thenrelves have a Lowery, Jr, In lieu of his dispatching intentions are to plant some trouble

t, ,h', T LETS responsibility In supplying the It to national headquarters Dec to 31 sow, 1947 rye grass as a seed short before life vegetable crop In addition to at 1200,154725, according to Initrl meets loc ..i ti.ibert aol dys
fit all .
ad.w a..M.l rM Mlelb county committee with evidence his regular gladioli plantings, the census of agriculture taken
,
grazing bbransleb
.ee.Mr.e.xaeMl n_ sqe11, that practices have been carried emergency crop upon by the Bureau of the Census and Easy t*kul from ow" unrhlals sees
Officers Include Lowery, Roland receipt of the bills for the rye a bottle of Orssnn tl
.'. i H out. .. ..._,.._ d fresh atocHUTT ,
'j'r .- Mlnnehan, vlce-command- grass seed will be reimbursed at Percy Fuge Shlle havea i made public today by William derstandingyoumu 'Vt
,, f : er: Daniel Pages vice-comman- the rat of I cent a pound; (2)) pretty'patch of yellow squash, Seltzer, district, manager of the RADIO and to Aaw Ia see 'A

if 'HOW FREE PARKING r dec, Roscoe H Rolllnsrflnance: Ranchers clearing land but due on their farm located on the: U. 8. Department of Commerce. CO. bid}
to water and other weather conditions APPLIANCE
: ; Right Down Town oftlcer 0 l, South Fork. These bushes are i Leading producer was Florida, CR Mt LSION
r t II Il FILL UP WITH GASOLINE AND' CABs ALL DAY IF YO TIKt e ;, Myers, chaplain; have been and will be,, I STU fT. ffLA.
SINCLAIR LOU BR CH Ralph W. :Hartman historian.'Buck" ; unable to seed or sprig pasture beginning to set mail fruit, and which realized $13U04,OS1 on 1U
,
: 1 I' I ''I STATION .. Pendarvls sergeant-at- grasses on this land, may turn Indications are they will begin fruit and nut crops, predom-
WEST PALM BEACH FLcfelDA i op..i Oily.Mt..' Fj C r Wo.4 arms, Lowery, service officer, In their reports for the numberof picking within the very near future inantly citrus fruit North Caro- CL TONE
\ : and John W Keller, adjutant acres cleared and receive'" II lina led In the production of five WAXFOR

\ '. The committees are subdlvld' an with acre the for understanding clearing the land that crops, applet cherries grapes, tOUR CAR -- ITS SPRAY D ON.
ed Into five classifications: administrative O C. Scott has an early and plume and prunes and blackberries Enters al cracks and crevicea .
: they will seed or sprig this landIn UsU longestGULF
FLOWERS All OCCASIONS Americanism, gen and dewberries, and Georgia -
pasture grasses during IMJ good planting of cucumber
for ,
eral Internal organization and PRODUCT
was the leader In the pro-
I These two emergency practices which are growing very rapidly
i BOUQUETS CORSAGES OUT FLOWERS service Mlnnehan Under b chairman administrative of the have been placed in the programrecently and lust beginning to run. In duction of Florida peaches, pearl and the TIRE RElAIRS. CULFLEX LUBRICATION*
to assist farmers and addition to the cucumbers Scott pecans. produced TvVe Call For and DelivJrStuarl
Ij FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS Constitution and by-laws com ranchers during this time of excess has a email planting of beans most citrus fruit, Mississippi was
mittee and Rollins Is chairman I first in the output of tung nuts
water and adverse' weather and pepper which are progressIng Service
and IMPORTE ERAMICSSMITH'S
l \ DOMESTIC of the finance committee conditions satisfactorily and Tennessee led In strawber- Station
i I The others IncludiAmericanism : rled and raspberries
-- -
.; I' &//GIFT SHOP : Joseph A McCoy The application for payment -ADD-COUNTY AGENT-*,. The Florida output Included Opp. Stuart raws ALTER / Tel t\u\
r i "" Boy Scouts; Rollins, Boys) forms are available at the office J M Pierce who Is farmingIn peaches, 85,451 bu valued at C. REIN, p.
WE WIRE FLO ERS State; T J. F. Kennedy, Junior of the county agent, Stuart for the Hobe Sound area has $252907; apples 235,049 bu valued -
j Arcade Bldg, Slh St.,'Fl. Pim/ Phone 310-J baseball; Harold Rosbury. junior i signature by those participating beans up and growing very well. at $550.915; cherries, 14797
.. drum and bugle corps; Hartman In the 1947 Agricultural Conservation Pierce recently completed diking !bar valued at (1181.; pears, 180-
: :' marksmanship; Kennedy ora- Program. These forms 160 acres of land and 1 Is now reinstalling 218 bu. valued at $199045; 1 I-
,, \' torical contest; Andy Tslmas, must be signed on or before Dec his drainage pumps grapes': 486774 Ibs valued at Porter
I school medal awards honor society 31, 1947, in order that paymentmay Pierce reports he will have two 53,545, pecans 4,441,284 Ibs.
"We Sell the the Rest"
Best"s "We Service
-f t and Fred Stiller sons of be received three farmer his .
: for the practices or planting valued at $998904; tung nuts,
I the American Legion. carried out during this calendar land in the spring 11,798,572 Ibs valued at 566,23; Pain & Body
STROMBEROCARLSON General: Hugh L. WUloughby, year. Those participating In this oranges, 4021(013 boxes valuedat Shop
national defense; Myers, patri- program are asked to bring in Several farmers have reported $85,540,389.; grapefruit 21899-,
m otic observances and Rollins their receipted bills for all fertilizers very satisfactory progress of 269 boxes valued at $35,018,569, ,(olr A & P J2nd Floor)
Radios & Radio Phonographs school affairs ; axed, chemicals and other their bean crops, both limas and limes, 8578189 boxes valued at J IN
I Internal organisation: Kennedy materials for which they expectto 'wax, and peppers planted on $8834905, plums and prunes, SPECIALIZING UPHOLSTERING
colored veterans affairs; I, receive credit under the 1(47 the Island at Jensen Beach They 18,057 bu valued at $27,094) Autdl Painting .,. Metal Work
Mlnnehan, and have small sweet ; Custom- de Slip Covers .
membership post program a planting of strawberries, 2,532.111 qts valued Sport Tops
BARTLHTT BROS. activities; M. O Llttman, legis-J : corn which will be ready for at
I $1154859. raspberriestame
The annual election of county
lative; E. A, Mennlng'r, Jr. press J harvest the next two or three .
committeeman for the Martin ( ) 7747 ots. valued at il704. .-
317 Osceola Ave. Phone 209 publicity; Ben A. Redding' Jr.. County Agricultural Conservation -' weeks and blackberries and dewberries j,<
radio ,
publicity and
Rosbury, Association will be held at name), 5,538 qts Valued .
senior drum and bugle Richard Hupfel of Pojlm City
j Service: Col. J. Q. MacDonald corps. the the office Oughterson of the Building county agent in Stuart In- has several bushel of small at $974. r" Roll when* I sit... Ay Joe MarshPrissy'
disaster relief; D. S. Hudson, I Easter lily bulbs which he will ,
Invite \Jour Friends ToSailspont Nov. 29 at 2:30: p.11L EASTER SEAL SALES I
I' hospital entertainment;; P-ndar- Farmers, rancher and others be glad to give anyone wishing
/ vie, law and order, Jack Gill, re* who suffered stornt damage durIng to make small plants, and to COMMITTEE NAMEDA .;
I labllltatlon, Robert Brown, sat the past stormy weather are home owner and persona Interested Got a' Man I ,
committee of
RestaurantJust ty, and Fred A. Stafford veter- In beautifying tlelr yard seven was "
urged to report such\ damage to '
named November'5t.h to be
with Easter lilies
\ ans employment the office of the county agent, In charge of Easter seal!:! sales t' (Maybe)
I ,
Stuart before Nov, 20 These EDWARD MILLER ASKS In Martin County next spring
South of Ifazjr Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 METHODS TOLD report are requested by L. M. from which proceeds are devoted
I The South's 1500000 farmers Johnson county agent for Martin PERMIT FOR PIER to work for Yesterday. 81* i M.rtl eat i u.boau Tolrnnn of t is
FOR and other owners of small wood County, who attended the crippled chlld- brariaa found an artklc t roc taut for old kris rid ,1P'i.If
rn and adults In
it I lots most of which averaged: Florida Flood Control Committee Application has been made to the this area. Included their I"ropy or the Cief 'Ma 'frle.doe, and mellow bm.M*
around 75 acres, can learn much meeting held In OkeechobeeCity the Army Corps of Engineers by on committee 'are .he compared It will seas copy erases on the hukbtmTt part I
Chairman
w i A REAL COOKED MEAL.ICIOUS about how to manage their for Saturday This meeting was Edward Miller, In care of Ivan H B Kraft Senator, John Evans M Crary, that r f tv. her the fond i ieoluma am ry Wlfi's tastM and habits' t
eat properties both for current called to discuss the over-all Taylor as agent In Stuart, for Law Jr., "Ho to Keep' Bea
on
I I TRY OU iE STEAKS cash and future profits tromFarmera' flood control program which baa a permit to construct a pier with Miss Commissioner Arthur E.: Sims, band Happy" From where t tit, aoWjgrudirvs
Flora Stanley, Phil Priuy that
Mayor taking
Bulletin No. 1989 been'given publicity by the press boathouse In the North Fork of
;t OR "Managing the Small Forest," and radio the last few week. the St Lucie River, The structures Pence and E. A Menninger, It Nothing ana.ual.bout tl Explug from the Ctemt. But Ti v
.(' I publication Of which was an- Mr. Fletcher from the U 8 Engineer would be built, accordingto The committee was formed eept the last person sees ding to hint that if.be'd just ssl
, SE FOODS nounced recently by the Forst '.a office in Jacksonville the application, on the easterly after a conferencj with' Mrs the paper was Prissy HoilL (oar she'd get my thoughts on
Service U S. Department of shore at Ezelle B Kerrigan, district worker id'' In I'D
j instructed the Flood Control Miller's property,, town's. proverbial Old M firsthand And return

i BEfJAMirSouther GODDARD, Prop. .Agriculture\ agents Committee from and all of, the the cevntjr 14 coun- about Lot a 1 and mile 9 upstream on Sunset from Drive the, ,for, Crippled for the Children Florida and Association Adults.. : 'Well, If Prissy has.Inityman I io. a i 'i"0. .-. a alas; "berg<, ti .

t HANDICAPPED HELPED ties In the flooded area how to railroad !bridge here Mrs Kerrigan reported that the nor power to her ad .11.
Tallahassee, Nov 13.-Florida fill out the damage report 'i The proposed. timber I ; pier first item scheduled to be I tolerant te both of the| heo J fll
t''" ,'''tAi' -' a A employers "go physically handicapped which will be submitted to the would project Into the river 100 brought hen Is an audiometer to i Value that' what my f a.a u I It '
persons, Including 384 U S. Engineer office on or before ft. from the high-water shore test the hearing ability of every'
!t\;t 1 A;' veterans, were placed In jobs Nov 24 -This, damage estimate line at a right angle thereto, child in the school in this county. gbt,1947Onhed5taroBeeweuF! d
tii1t ; .; during the recent National Em- will be compiled from all with the riverward 40 ft. Ming a Other benefits will be brought Cop ,. ;,,.
,. ploy the Physically HandicappedWeek 18 counties and forwarded to U-shaped structure enclosing a here as the needs are found,
Bell It was announced by CarlB Washington together with the slip 12 ft wide upon which wouldbe she saidThe .
1\\. ; Smith I chairman, Florida Industrial i over-all flood control program erected the boathouse. The annual seat campaign will e or AU I Tin
I t II IIi' Commission I which Is being considered in this approach pier would be about get under way here starting Feb TIRES TROUBU OCCUH
area at the present time 8 ft. wide. The pier would be 28,one month before. Easter. A
: NEW COURSE PLANNED supported on 2-plle bents on quota will be set later. Work ,IN THI LAST KHor
.; is oing All Out to Lakeland Nov. 13. To give A radio schedule for broadcasting about 10-ft centers with deck here by the association will be THIN ? U TIM IIR
:1 ministers and directors of Chris I official temperature bulletins 4 ft. above mean low water The handled through Miss Stanley,
: tian education a basic course In for the 1947-4S season has center line of the shoreward end county nurse and Mrs. Winnie
the fundamentals of music been placed In the window of of the pier would be located 50, Adams, another district worker.
1m and Expand Florida Southern College will the county agent office These It. northerly from yse southerly Proceeds from
3 rove i the seal sales will "
," :t. ,, offer a new course, "Ministry of schedules are published by service the line of applicant property have 8.3 per cent deducted for SELL US "THE LAST 10[' %
Federal-State frost
warning ,
....I. Music, In the winter term which --"I"<<'-
begins Jan. 6, It was announced ; Lakeland, and show the
J,' I' :! radio stations and hour of I
Yor Local I and today
; ;:I t, : broadcast for every day of the WHEN YOU NEEDLUMBER I NIW
'
t I week. The Information should
tl'I' ,,' LOYAL ORDER OF be of value to all fruit, vegetableand 'GO a/ EAR
: i r.i j ,
flower growers In the county r

I', I' 1 fi ,' : '>i.,jL jI Long Dis ance Service STIIABT MEET MOOSE LODGE",00". 11401 M. ; ,. : TIRI k

foJ. "t W A WEDNESDAYS W R Shackford and C A.
'I OR ANY 34 31 NON-SKID
I EAC MONTH of %
I ''' Major Canal Point are farmIng -
1' f ; ; Wood ass Hall
I together this winter on Major AUu I Averaged In
I
I" Stu t, F1a. "
a farm in the Cane
Slough 4
I :' { : I A al Reed Tests i
area of Martin County, Shack.ford i BUILDING.ATERIAL
1"I' '0}e,1 J" 4 FIwi'1 Is preparing the land, and easy TtlMtt J unto I
has begun planting winter vegetables -
es $r.2IusW wee $14.4'
The
land is
: being ditched '
/ .L'OR EE .
$.e.e..d .aceienrk..55.
and diked and
: ; pumping facilities -
: installed \ ,
oo .iee.NWILEY
I 'f' 1 : '1"'f' : ; water ford s control first farming This experienceIn I 11 Shack- East Coasts ber

! : : aox an ONE 0401 this county, and we are glad
\, ;! VEtO ACH, to see another farmer move Into
N. 15 !{I ASPHA T TILE this area We feel it Is further co..W
I I II MTOR .;
tI ':.: r I Iil. Fo Sa evidence of the gradually increasing & Suppl Coe
interest
in
I agriculture
I. i I 1j I }: Some Colo Low A. in a material way '. Stuart, Fie ]

t r.,. J t;'i:}' 11\'t I i I 15 aST Paul M. Hoenshel;; Is continuing Phone 22 P. O. Bolt 305 \ Stuart,. Florida N. .lHiil.4l

', I. It to plant approximately 100,.,
1 I
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f

.. i i 1,,. L'; .L CITY C MISSION RT I Stuart Jaycee's Annua


4 t '''r. I'' Progress ooms tbrou ,lout the Soutb-puablo the Regul eetings

{ } A Dumber local and 1 'Ig distance calla handled each 8 M..n '

r 1 d dar toe 'e all time eh.I" WErNEADAYSStirt 4th SADIE HAW N'DAN 'E/ -

Dunn hepaottw, ean Southern Bell bll brekea Cit Hall ,,

;aU record proving d expanding I.cllitiea to meet

j Ihia (increa d volume teal!.. 10 tome communities *
Publ Always felcome SATURDA :
'the job I" re diSks than 10 othen. Often, add VEMBER 1

!Ji :tiooll twits oarcll, mu be manufactured and jnataN- ;

l ,eel. Sometimes, I Dew ilding must be eonetruettL! Ma tin County 9 TILLV' /AT STUARTLoG ABIN r 1

t Out entire telepbo team.is (in there pitching.IT* Ccftnent CrYft PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUMES\. F ALBOY. BEST MATCHED COUPLES '

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are doing ererythiiig humanly possible to speed of, .-' ,

.r and improve jour telejifcxjne. service. Speed, efficiency Brklf.ayinf M.m. Plastering MH Mvkta. I S see Music by SHELDWBAKEk Natchly!
have been tradition with tel.
and courtesy always, a Cement Work .. .

J 1 phone folks. And that's the way.we mean to keep It. 10...... CI_ Jrt-P0 SINGLE / PER COUPLE

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O, UNHEEDED Insurance director' under certain' In Jensen Beach Palm City News : In Tropical FarmsBy Joe 8. Greenlees made a business -, guests of Mrs Hobson R d,
awe Nov. 13 A lawyer I circumstances Attorney General trip to Jacksonville Tuesday and Mrs. Joe SawtelL I
practice In Florida J,Tom Watson has 1
to advised State MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELL and returned Friday morning Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steggeraof
app adjust Insurance U- Treasurer J. Ed Larson, who Is Jlj I I
without qualifying as 'an State Insurance Commissioner 2 ATTEND 50TH New McCord Ave. Homes Memphis have returned anA .(
Mr, and Mrs. J. L Bowman of Mr. and Mrs. John Saunder- he Is working for Paul M. HonsheL -. .,
Petersburg have returned to son of Salerno were Sunday :
SESSION OF IR Being Built; Flag Is RetiredBy their home after spending a >

i ighest Cash For Your CarWONT week as the guests of Mr. and .
MRS. ANNA B. DAY .
Mrs' L. D. Wall. COUTANT'
later. Articles suitably for Il jl'
gifts
KE FIVE MINUTES i BAPTIST GROUP Mr. and Mrs. A. H JBursonl of Mr. and Mrs B. A. Burton
made by the women of the Aid, their two children and Mrs '
ten pay you the P- P. A. limit for your ci which Stuart, formerly of West Palm and others will be on sale By CHARLOTTE HEIUER Beach, are building a home hear' nection with a bake sale. Interested .. '
is as much al *>u can get anywhere aid West Palm Beach Saturday. l Etta Photography / :- : I
the river McCord Ave. which ;
on !parties are requested to Mrs. Argoyle Beeler of Louisville :
STAY \ THIN THE LAW Mrs C. H. Munch and MM.
on completion they expect to remember the date. is visiting at the home of
SUNRISE\MOTOR H. W Munch attended the 60th occupy. Mrs Buraonl Is the Mrs. Wallace H Sterns' Sun. her mother and sister, Mrs E. Roll FilirPORTRAITS 1
C* annual session of the Indian mother of r. L, E. L. and E. M. day School class spent a happy A. Fuge and Mrs. Alfreda Ho Developed -
Higbee. Mr. and Mrs Dalton octal hour at the last .
parsonage garth.Mr.
311-21 River Baptist Association at the '
South
Dixie Oarrett have a new home under Friday after school Refreshments and Mrs.' Hobson Reddish AND RIAL PHOTOGRAPHY !
r| Pierce, Fla. Tele one 190MODERN West Side Baptist Church In construction adjoining the Bur- were served by Mrs had as their Sunday dinner Krueger Bldg. a 263phon.. 324
Fort Pierce Friday.Mr. sonl property. Mr. and Mrs. E. SternsA guests Mrs. Reddlsh's sister, Mrs ..It

and Ma. E. 1. Arnold of L Higbee also have a new home surprise birthday party W. L Bu. bIn. of Pahokee .. "
Hobe Sound called on friends under construction south of the I honoring Mrs E. M. Higbee took and her niece ana nephew, Mr1, -- --- -- r .w

here Sunday. Oarrett property.The place on Halloween at the home and Mrs Woodrow Archie and "j
Mrs. Francis Stone, who Is retirement of the Palm of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wortham.A two: children, Kenneth and Shirley READY OR FALL.
spending the winter here with City community\ war service flag I ( pm dinner was served to ot Clewlston.
JEWELRY her son Jack Heaton, and family took place at the morning ser 16 guests after which they attended Mrs Charles R. Oreenlees,
.Is spending a few days In'Oak vice at the Palm City COngre- the football game at Fort Mrs. Joe S. Greenlees, Mrs
Hill with friends. gational Church. A number of Pierce. The alfalr was a complete George J. Backus and Mrs Joe Big
Rube Sharp spent Monday In servicemen and many parents surprise to the guests of Sawtell attended a movie In Sv/igs'i/ .
Made Out o Your Old Gainesville on official business.Mr. and relatives were present "The honor and all In attendance Fort Pierce Wednesday eveningIn
Jewelry and Mrs. Patsy lass have Recessional" was sung by W. H.. voted It a success. I observance of Mrs Sawtell's
Watches
t an arrived from New York and will Burdick. The origin of th first Mrs. E.: M. Higbee and mother- birthday. ifNe\|
e spend the winter in their new service flag was given by Mrs. in-law, Mrs. A. H. Bursonl', spent Mr, and Mrs. Bob Williamswere A Store Full Things
home on Church St. Charles Leighton and the'storyof Nov. 5 In West Palm Beach on called to Miami Wednesday -
24 Hours rvice Robert Clark, who Is with the the Palm City flag was given I a shopping and business trip. by the severe sickness of
For JewelryWepairs] wN U. S. Geodetic Survey, spent the by Mrs.' Anna B. Day. The 65 Mrs. Mary Brown of Miami ar. Williams' mother.JAYCEEETTES. Here's your chance to rnish yo living room or II

week end here with relatives names of servicemen and women,! rived Thursday at the J. D. Petty bedroom complete for #1 .50 per Corn .. .. ,
Miss Jane Fetzner and Mrs whom the start represented home and returned. home Tues SIGN j
Minnie Klpp of Brooklyn arrived were read by J. Earl Market. The
,7 Days Sf'*ice day. ORCHESTRA FOR DANCE ,
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Friday to spend another season flag then was flowered by B. F.'
For Watch CIO J. D. Petty, who has been bedfast I i
't! ( at Ward's Lodge. Hodapp and H. M. L'Heureuxand several months, remains
for OeM Hulls and his orchestraof ... I
'
Repairs
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Johnson covered by David Felnauer.
about the sam*. Mrs. Petty West Palm Beach has been
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wllllkle Before the rollcall the Rev. Wal-
P.I. tsth. ,. who has also been confined to
u. ua r .alt contracted to play for the Christmas -
returned Sunday from a month's lace H. Sterns gave a short address NIP
0I her bed a good part of the time, night dance to be given by I
vacation trip to Michigan. The suitable for the occasion seems to be Improving slightly. the Jaycee-Etteii; at the Civic
Johnsons visited their son-in- regarding peace and our duty Mrs J. E. Lower, who suffereda
-JUST ARRI Center, It announced
I law and daughter, Mr and Mrs toward working for a lasting heart attack combined with was yes ...
SilverVegetable d terday. Further details on this
Heavy
Bare Ivaneck, In Grand Rapids after
peace. high blood pressure the day -
affair will be later.
given
Dishe'nd: and the Wllllkles visited relativesin The Ladles Aid of the Palm the hurricane Is still bed-
Trays, AlsoStuart Was are.F' Holland, Mich. City Church will hold a Christmas fast but slowly\ Improving. Decorations November at, the for Center which J
during
II Mr and Mrs. Don Holt have bazaar in Stuart Nov. 27. Mrs. Martha Whittle of Salerno Is I
Estelle Kanarek In charge,
returned from Pittsburgh where
Location will be announced mother of Mrs Sam E.
headed the discussion at the organlzatlon's JJ
Jew ; they were called I by the deathof -- ---------- Lane.has been at the Lane horpe
meeting at the Center :
Mrs Holt's father.
Shop IOn, Miss Elizabeth Robertson, since Saturday and will remain Nov 3 which also covered
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur uptegrove J
until she recovers from a
Laura Howard, Miss Georgia there
'219 W. ht'Ouhteraon j and daughter, Virginia, and Mrs other routine matters.
Turner and Mrs. C. H Alderman badly Infected foot.
BJ{ Mrs. W. E. Uptegrove of Muir, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hunslnger I
Pa. are visiting Mr. and Mrs Saturday QUOTA ASSUREDSt.
dinner guests
Stuart .Walter Uptegrove of Sewall's Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kung of were at the S. E. Lane home Augustine. Nov. 13.-(FNS> I
Point and Mr. and Mrs. Joe White City were guests of Mr evening sponsored by With the Florida National Guard
party
A
r Steiner at Pine Lodge. Mr. and I and Mrs. Joe Kllng Sunday.Mr. the Palm games City Woman's Club extending Its activities Into the I k b"ftl : 13-PIECE 1 '
Mrs. Arthur Uptegrove will, return and Mrs E. Everet Wrightof held Tuesday evening at western section of the State
home this week but Mrs Rocky Hill Conn., are at Sey the was home of Mr. and Mrs.' WU- Brig.-Gen. Mark W. Lance, State I Living Room "
W, E.: Uptegrov will spend the mour's for another season. llam H. ..Burdlck. The members adjutant general reports that ar* +
winter with her son, Walter Up- Mr. and Mrs. David Durant of the club are raising money in he Is reassured that the military I Group
I. tegrove and family. and family of Massachusetts to add to the organization will reach Its quota I I
possible way
Mrs E. J. Ward was hostess to have taken the L. R. Brown cot- every building fund for the erectionof of 1,260 new recruits before Sunday I (. I
her bridge club at Seymour's Inn tage for the season. club house on their the last day of a two-month
Tuesday afternoon. High scores Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Graham a new campaign. .m''I i '
lot on 8th St. A a .
were made by Mrs Lewis Gamble of Ashland, Ohio have Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bur $6.5O
and Mm. Adolph Hertel.. Others taken a cottage at Michigan dick have as their house guests FEC AGENT APPOINTED ( '

playing were Mrs.:..R. B, Robert- Camp for the season. Mrs. Burdlck's mother. Mrs A. C Oard Ollveros, assistant 13 ECse

0 mrw Kaufmann, and her sister, Mrs general passenger agent of the '
Milton H'rlChe, of Fairview, N. Florida East Coast Railway, was as, 2 hairs,
J. They arrived Nov. 3. appointed general 1 passenger ce fla lood,.
Paul A. DeVUlblss who has agent of the line effective Nov. I on ::1
r uatuber been In the Coral Gables Veterans 1, George L. Oliver, passenger 4i pieta tan'N''N'Ne
Hospital for some time traffic manager, announced. table hat '
remains about the same. Best I
s k, em ear !
wishes. go to him from many of Bayslde, N. Y., and E. Graham Casino a c kd
r, ras friends here for a speedy recov .Nickerson of New York City arrived \
sofa
ery. by plane to be with their pi. w.

I Fred Joss who accidentally sister, Mrs. R. R. Wallace, at the Use Cre t Now
received a badly cut foot while time of the recent death of Mr ur
I working In the woods some time Wallace. Mr and Mrs, E. MNlckerson : I it.!
Lit ago, has recovered from the In- of Dunnellon Fla., I
; Jury and again Is able to be were also with her. I \'
about. Mr. and Mrs. R. Mallory hav I
I Stanley Groendyke of Hlghta.I moved Into their new home on I :!
town, N. J., has been visitingat 6th St. The home vacated
,I the home of Mr. and Mrs H. them Is now occupied by
A. Sudhofl. He and his brother and Mrs Glen Anderson and b'l
own A4 .r expect to spend the winter in children of Orwell Ohio. 10 < J
LIrA Stuart. Andersons are formerly 41109 E
r Mrs. H. A. Sudhofl Was guest neighbors of the Mallory and I
The difference betleen the cost of quail'lumber artist Thursday at the two-day Wnl: families
err land convention of the State Federation Mr. and Mrs. Dan Henti have '
I Iowa. Bottle Inferior lumbellj so small that pJ cannot of Music Clubs In West moved from their home recently ,.1 I II

I afford the expense\f ] Palm Beach. sold Into their apartment house I
cheap \ safe
lumber.f\
.f Mr and Mrs. H. A. Sudhoff on the adjoining lot.

.- epOSIGlaSS P and accept quality I lAber only lah e's t vast] were dinner guests Nov. 3 at the Mrs. L. J. Murphy returned I
_T George 8. Wilkinson who occupy Monday from a weeks visit at
difference s"' the St. Clair Cottage at the home ot her mother, Mrs I I: I Ir
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Au 1r" Jensen. Sabra Crow, Altoona, Pa.
Get the rgrfci! firht| purpose Mrs. Jack Link accompaniedher Mrs. R. R. Wallace wishes to s

slater, Mrs. Hazel Orman, thank all her friends whom she All
N I aft I Let u> helpfcu select yxjr lumber end and Mrs. Alford Orman on an has not been able to thank per;

Br reak 7e building mi ill.. all-day shopping trip to West sonally for their many kindnesses !;
y t Yew ism Palm Beach Saturday. during her recent trouble. $169.50113Piece
\ Miss Viola Kreider entertained Mr. and Mrs Robert Mapp are
Good lumber, flyllf.HoTK Never failed at dinner Thursday the Rev now living at Fort Worth, Texas r i
and Mrs. Wallace H. Sterns and They now have two children Modern Bedr m GroupBed I1
Mrs. George Smith. Roberta, It months, and Thomas : t tI
CasatLvmber Co. Miss Viola Kreider was an overnight Edward, 3 months Robert Is em- Vanity hest. Bench, Mattres Springs, .2 Pil
ION y guest on Friday at the ployed by the Vultee Consolidated lows, Throw u;, Bed Lamp, 2 Bedrdbm Lamps and
Iow SALEW home of Mrs. R. R. Wallace. Aircraft Corporation and I.In Is lovely ture. I
HENRY CA Phone 66 Mrs E.!: W. Greacin of White charge of flight test work. one
Plains, N.Y., Mrs. John J.Waters Miss Marjorie Hodapp returned Us Your Credit at M her's '
vs home Tuesday from a week's ,
is vacation at the home of her sisters -
dressed nd plat your
going
up In Melbourne. Mrs. George 5-P Dinette

1st milk in a, brand new c twiner.T Langford Hammond and and son Mrs.arrived V If non with The combi ion of blue and t'!

H. RAINS her for a visit at their parents' red loathe e on the chain t
a stain roof fomica top :
home.
ask for .
,I when ou '
the dealeri' urrahs of praise table deco ted to match, ;

milk and get I 'new pure-Pak paper ule, and the gle mini chromium "I I I

I" ANl Ur ES HIS CANDIDACY FORMMISSIONER .. frames Will make you want I
I new contains l Is the latest developm t pack- this group a hurry at !

So sanitary b 'ause it'. parrafin-coate: and ateriJUlt 9.95
.
'a few taro d. before being filled Ith Altar CIT ,, STUART Other Din tea priced from .I :
SINC1
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discover new ights at you become m e familiar He has be a resided of' Florida for: the past 20'years. He 1,11
this
For Instance,
"ewAlfar'. ackage. has had 4 ears trainmV at the University of Florida Games- FREE GIF

'I to Open Easy to Carry yille in hfihiess admibstration; one year in Jaw* Rains is NeSpecialise ,

'I'I to to CIoM Pour .. lIIo lIIo Bottles Deposits to ash Pay a progremve, business Inan, Interested in civic affairs. Since 'A 6'x Congoleum rug y >ur choice

y to Store.' lIIo Carr.Ba coming m Stuart he hal developed one of the best poultry Is of pattern given. free wit your pur

happy 'for We ike lit the farms uf Martin County! He is a hard worker and ready Rentalstrot chase of a new FLORENCE KEROSENE
happy day e..ryone.
like. It, and u'U be. crazy about It. TO GIVE (MUCH OF HIS TALENTS, TRAINING AND .OR ELECTRIC' TABLE TOP

\ EXPERIENCE TO THE\ PROGRESS AND PROMOTION In rmatlea RANGE. J" ."


FAamingo OF STUART, if elected. \ Real Estate insure t, 3


Elect a[successful businessman, to this of f ice. WriteJOHN ISea \fATHER\

E. AYLOR of Fort Pierce

Oseeela BId,. ,I rhea UUSTCAiT '
Drive Plone 7175 ''IJaW ..u,.... A.orortJoa t 116 N. 2nd St. Phone 86 '

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PACK TWELVE THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COCNTT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, IN'III
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I I'' Hobe Sound News cream and cake were served The BIBLIOGRAPHY OUT I NAVY HAS FOUR Infestation erosion'' of the soil -

: t I guests Included Mrs. W. W. Climate Nets State The office of Technical Services AIRFIELDS TO LEASE or lack of drainage maintenance
White, Mrs O A. Nlckols, Mrs today announced publica-, if the land were lift Idle, The
:- ;It, I'' ALTHAllHALLGIVEN W H Wheat Miss Renee Som- Millions in /946Florida's tion of a special bibliography' In keeping with Its policy of gratin lease will !cover a One- QUAKER TROLImacine
III : bret, Miss Katherine Macksey containing a complete list of OT8' leasing Its u II use d airfields year period and may be renewed ,
,,1 all of West Palm Beach Miss technical reports and document, throughout the State for use as annually for a total period of ,.
i ':: Nancy Cassell, Mr. Pearl Bryan, unique solarmarineclimate on protective coating for met.a1a.1 graalng ground, the Navy has five )'ears.The .
: :. J '; SHOWER Mrs T W, Jamison Mrs M. H. brought: an approximate The bibliography cite author, announced that bIds will be accepted Navy' has announced the >Oei It

Crowe, Mrs }. Ortlga Mrs. C. A. tl,12S,000 In cash to Floridians title, price, reference number until Dee, 1 for the use availability for lease of Its. airfield -

Ir./: / t:' St Onge, Mrs. James Man Mrs last year, the research and industrial and gives a brief abstract of eachof of the Valkarla Satellite Airfield, ,at Malabar. FUv, for grass This: Heater Your fome
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BY CHURCH BODY A Brodrlck, Mrs. Peter This
Slior Mel-
division stated yesterdayIn the 230 reports listed located 10 mile south of log purpose. It 1 II located 8
\ I { t"" I Mrs Paul Mahan Mrs carl Its weekly business review. j : bourne and,1 mil west of Val- mile south of Melbourne and 7 Season. On Cold MorniVs, Jdrit Turn th. Dial"Z
( : MARIE BRODRICK Nlckols, Mrs. Albert King Mrs "The peculiar relationship of NO WAIT NECESSARY karia in. Brevard County mile west of Malabar. Bid*, will ,
By I Wave of
I "' i A J Bowden, Mrs. John Harmony sun and water In Florida< the The Navy has extended the be received In Jacksonville until Coy Warmth yC Through Your
I ; : Hobe Sound Mrs Andrew Ondlch, Mrs.A. Individual factor which consti- Tallahassee, Nov 13 ...!A restricted -' date by which bids for the leaseof Dec. .. You'll Always Hare AnAbundance Ro51g
: _The Community of
L. WUmot, Mrs Anna Hart, tutes the State greatest asset. driver's license Issued all or a portion of the Naval -- Clean. U.
. t' Church Association entertained Mrs, W, R. 'Moore, Mrs. W. B. This asset Is capitalized In three to a person less than 14 year of Air Station, Banana River, must Coat"Heat When YouJrVarl It,
N I I .1 1 :t a shower In honor of Althalre Bruner Mrs. Ruth Sands, Mrs. ways: winter and summer tourIsm age may be canceled by the Department reach the commanding officer of .....The Snak-KarsE
'Ball bride-fleet, at the home of H B. English Mrs V. R. McDonald sub-tropical and) off-season of Public Safety for' the Naval Air Station to 11 a.m
r Mrs, Andrew Lester A pastel Mrs Verna Black Mrs. 8. B. agricultural products' and manufacturing traffic violation without waitingfor Deo.l. Stuart'*, Unique EaU N DISPLAY AT'
11. I I'' Jcolor scheme of pink and blue Thayer, Mrs Andrew Lester, ''resulting as a by-pro. court proceedings, according i The Navy' has announced the
;.. I j j .was used, and the center piece Mrs. J, L. Arnold, Miss Julia duct of this specified agrtcul- to Attorney General, Tom Wat-! availability for lease of Its air- We rye at the rbDe

'i .. I ,j ;was a three-tiered cakIce/ Jamison, Miss Adair Mahan son. I field at Roseland Fla., for gras- 'ous 4 S erbHambu
Miss Marie
, j '; t t r Brodrick; Miss Roberta and dancing were enjoyed. Halloween Ing purposes Use of the field
Hall and Mrs Charles a t DogsThey're
tural production. I which la located In Indian River Marti/County Electric
: Itl.I STUA SERVICES Hall, mother of the bride-to-be color of black; and Co
Mm Charles Dlckerhoff celebrated orange were used for decorations 'Through these three chan County 13 mile northwest of Juo c last word ,
,! J' Ar roar SERVICE roll her 66th birthday Saturday Refreshments wire served. nels was realised the 'sun Income' Vero Beach, not only will helpto / JOHN W. KELLER, Mar,
.."" to John and Tommle Jamison Of $1129,000 In 194. .alleviate the critical pasture Open 11 A to Midnight

I .. .,,l J I I,, ,,1.3.4 w... .. w..... Tm la.PLnUn. Cw, Mrs Joseph Wood has returned Ricky Sands, Evelyn McGee and Through these same channel shortage, but will prevent de- Dehon Bldg. Phooen
_. could be realized I Mile S on F oral Hwy.
i 1 L. Lary Mae Alberta and Eugene an even greatersum j pr'clatlon In value of the land

'!1 'I) KENNETH STI LLPis. spent from s-'veral Plant weeks City where she Griffin--- -----_ In yean to_come,* __ which .might_be caused by weed

+ I ,, I .. 41.W sow es. The board of trustees\ of the --.::
Community Church held a meet-
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Hosiery Bargains church to balance the building

t : ,! \ 5NKLETr: II ..,,.1,.. 5., ...... fund for the parsonage which SPENT INMARTINCOUNTY HOME FIRMSOFFERING
Is completion. The Rev
ek r.lw. *"'..0f, .Irk .t .Win. near MARTIN COUNTY
I .;: = and Mrs Alexander Lynn expectto -

},D'E"' .J.. M I''. Ste move Into the parsonage this YOU
HOSL.,4
\. d YO...... C .,,, d w ". ..N.dr.p..e. week.
N .3Nae.N. nM..I/SI. MI' Choir rehearsals have been STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY :rnESESERYICES
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(t :=: : changed from Thursday eve
3 a ace a ..In lor St.ifhi ',
I d Men.Ie ..I.... M.daw ... .lens ..,I. nings to Wednesdays hereafter.
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B M 0 .t1 .a A MTlM. Mrs Charles Hall spent Friday : -
I MEN s Deese SOX- lor SI. ate
p.lr. .
and In West Palm ,
\ 0'0.13. Fin.' rntn, I N 35.03 ... .i Saturday I -- --
/'k.' A..I0 ...... Beach withher sister, Mrs. W '
tw.-; ... .Nhl 1 OCI", FINN I H. Wheat COME IN FOR YOUR 1 Stuart at MOKBCLAMOKUUS i rQuinn's 'Store PITCHFORDC
I ..... ..... .ut04.. Mrs. Jessie Griffin entertained I favorite '
at the school Nov. 4 in honorof
1N0 COD'S W". brut P.I records TAXI A Camp se Meats, Groceries: C
." her daughter Alberts 6th L NEW CU>RY
Souther S es birthday. Games were enjoyed And. Frozen Foods If SENT
FOR outs
and refreshments' of Ice cream SE RV i c v Modern Cotta PRODUCE. IF Co f.* and Both

: Com my and take were served to Lacy R uesta And Trailer Court LIFELCJI NOVELTIES L, cirri GARY rxOLEIALt M UTUtSeafood
Mae Griffin, Evelyn and RsHy 91 J4 LENDING '
Phone
P. O BOX zoos D pA A H TS (lied ,
RENTAL *r DAY WEEK OR
McGee Sharon DM Dee, Diane MONTIi; Jensen Beachx
I ',' KNOXVILLE ENNESSEt and Douglas Lester Vernon and The ALL coNVENIENcu i Bait For Sale

Sands, Faulk,Linda .,
i Ricky Nancy 55,1.5 N." P.,
I and Wayne Marr, Linda, Lillian RECORD.OP IN STUART SEA BLAIR and BAKER JENSEN BEACH
Beauty
I and Lois Black. Patsy. Marriott!!, Lyric Theatre I dg, TAXI -Irs OM Dfate HI.W.r P5.. .. nee PHO 314 AT kousvs renal
11e a Axaoee AVE. PHONE.
A STATEMENT Of OURPOLICY Eddie Moody Rayford Bennett CHEAP
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1 Suzanne Diamond,.Kay Francis
I and Kenny English, Rita Qrtlga, -
Freddie and Penny Brownlee, FRA-N Ie H Af.E i I Ii We Pick Up f d DeliverLAUNDRY Get Miles of Wear CANDYHOME ART COOK'SSERVICE
\ Jimmie and Bernice Callahan, I PA 0.
John and Tommie Jamison, Ma RECAPYOUR MADE STATION
: ,, bel Jean McDonald Betty Jane ROOFI1AND I I By BoxPraline
I In building Stott, Mrs. Andrew Lester, Mr*. TIRES iviniteeMe LUNCH ROOM
a new :
/t I H B English, Mrs, Reno Calla a.ka ....._ .. u.. 'w... .k.. n Cream. ENAMELS ILER mi
: home, .Be SURE of han and Mrs Jl Smedburg Roof I P0.0 s_.. __ 3.01.N onut Kisses *
: Mrs D W, Baker of Stuart Repairi First Wasa Work :5t'rFN. .- ..- v. d. Butter Crunch DooIoo r.f Beer alShaWl Drub [

FOUR, CORNER and her daughter Dorothy Baker 511 So. Colorado Av Pfene 287 'ICE CRIAM-COLD CHINKS MURPHYSHERWINW1ESJAMS I' SandwichesTsfeeivri (
:It / and Robert Knight of Jack- CHASON' *mtDUPONT Si) Miles St. ef I Si
Phone 9141 and Lea
STON GOOD .
;- sonville visited Monday with Mr raooucrs
and Mrs. W. D Orlffln and Mr. Me..a,. PEPLE'SLAjUNDRY Service Static Mildred Heath'* Phone 12S Federal HI-Way Na

it i LAD. GOODf'v I and Mrs. Jessie Orlffln. Walk, P. O. BM 111 Federal H' ayUncle SWEETS I 0. Arcade r, O. Bas t71WO GULF GASOUNI
I i ,, PLA.C 0 DI Mr, and Mrs. Austin Mulllns I Stuart, Fla.COMPLETE. Rain Bldf. 4th. 8t II I
[spent the week end In Key West.
I I co t s RUC. Mr and Mrs Andrew Lester
i : and family spent the week "nd
I' | TIO1, AND GOOD H E BUILDING
I in Miami visiting with Loitersfamily Jensen HJIwt |
,,N INURA\NCE.: i Electric and Refrigeraj LMPBELL'SIB See ,
Mr and Mrs.O D. QuIgley and tion SERVICE
I Ia
Mrs Fred Peterson visited Sun No Job Too Large Or Orange JuiceS x 'HI BEE &, SURE
I day with Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Too Small #eezed at our Stan Billy
I i I oE I Ij. Quigley, HOBE SOUND Fresh Daily sez. THAM TRY THEM TUEI

I II III Mrs.Ted Chambers and daughter (E.d..I.k. ,, .A..Me P.. .. ARC MORTHAR
j. Ann, accompanied Mr and ELECTRIC CO. Wholesale account Sy.dk.k.. ..-:. .. p.NIb/W.") General Contracting
MAP Mrs R. L. Milam of Jacksonvilleto solicited andftetfair* APT TO /AYE It
I Miami The Mllams attendedthe Day Phone P. O.lBoK 832
convention of the National I Hobe Sound 3271 Fed. Highway No. 1 ,One Blocll West Palm

ry Klnd .f Institute of Accountants Nov I Nile Phone I' I and Jensen Road City Bred On The JenseBeaclNRAY

lmunuen. J-8 Stuart 18S-J :: I Rilht
1 Miss Lacy Mae Griffin entertalncC .' I'd rather be.'In th' proverbialrat
13 P.O. Arotded at her home Nov 4 In
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honor of her cousin Alberta ride her straight and ,

Drifting 6th birthday, Games Web Ordway LET US I clean than scamper around, CASHY'SGolden 's

[ Give Your Car or Truck like ten aimless milt,, Intent on '

.. Wa4erfroiTt Properties AUTHORIZED 1 Motors DEALER I FOR/ i A Complete Check Upr.X.ERIENCr.D beln' rUIN MEANt I'd rather Cabins Cat& Camp ailer. ..OUSIESui.Ul

ATTENDANTS miss out on th' so-called 'Joys," A DUUTY, toIIJfOI1 NV
I Along the Vidlan and 8t f.ncl rIvets and Bob Sound. FORD AND MECHANICS I Beer, EaU as Ga. U. TO TOES HOMI a
11 Ocea Fronsaaetl OPEN..,N. .1 MOURN Aft 11:1': DAILY". "s- because ;of a higher aim, than to i Bottle Beer rved IV SHIJ'ITEISUTilinU INSTAluNRAY
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tandard Oil Co. I
'1.. Ow WRECKER SERVI th'r road leads'" to CRIME and
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bfRl U'LR SERVICE STATION miles So. uart, ShutterProducts
= .1 BOOT REPAIRSPHONE SHAME!

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soon_get a load ef th' !thing I AHeabaf,

Tavern say that's give to your TIIOUGHTS REAL PAUSEI! I'd rather Foundations, Fll Sheet Metal

j ER WINES CIGARS. crawl Into ny tonely shell, and live day alone, than Driveways, Side* a,
TUX ED p/( RUTIU: NEWS Paean my get ,Block, Brick I m pUMPING .mllll ,

/ .. FEEDSAND (teat Ice Cream messed up In some of th' Hell thaUs' '"MAKIN THIS OLD WORLD,. Tile, Septic Tan N. .... 11Mao'. t_...
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L Appliance Civil lacer '

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q i 1 Con uction Cabinet aA all small ,A kind of S.r.iaa \Repairs Sofa' Dr tDe
appliances%Radios. Land Surer Courteous
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P. WBox 474 II. in General
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Fins [ins .- Novelties second growth I First
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adapted for I bridge>>

Jupiter Ielaad ean.k-Sand Eata&el SI&eI plet. ine you. at. our com- Harry Glanc aad surf fishing In this, Barber Sho :Dehon Building Wilson

Just Forth of St. LucUridge. teetlon.Ma.facture". He ,specialise' on oNe NDW.kks CMoIIM.
C. B. ARBOGAST river at Fagat A Groei PrlceaS Children'* hair cuts .- ''P". ': G.IssrsJT b ;.

Box' 6 Stuart Fla. Rain BaUdlng A S ProcIu le ,also call forGENE 'Welcome at all tUeeUM ,200 Fla r;Aso{ 1i

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