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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 20, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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VOLUME: -No. U
THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV,1941 PRICE TEN CENTS
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I County Bridges Project Gets Tentative SRD Approval II I I II



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Annual Citywide Primary Election Will Be Held Here TuesdayFIRE ---I: ''PROJECT PAST


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E STATION I I ROYALTY ;MARRIED: THIS MORNING IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY I II FLYER DIES $16,035 Bid Is MAIN HURDLE, I


CRARYREPORTSApproval it eIt
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POLLS TO OPEN AFTER PLANE Low for RoadIn I ./

of EngineeringFinenctn'

A AT r 7 TAJ, CRASH FRIDAYWest IndiantownAn :I Last Need Plan I I. \

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o Tentative approval was
r.PRINCESS unopposed bid for $18.035..
8 I Candidates Seeking Corn Palm Beach Painting by the Cleary Brothers Construc- (Then by the State' Road Department -

mission Opening; i Contractor Tried Forced tion Company of West Palm for plan for the

Dyer UnopposedThe Landing; I &arh for the building of 1 ,mile proponed)) briiincB from Stuart 1;
of bituminous road In Indians to the! oceanfront and the

annual citywido\( pri- ins 3 I town was accepted with reservations ,I Installation of a new draw Ih
Walter Edgar Stark, 35, a West _
mary election)\ to choose six \ 'i| by the County Commission, span In I the Jensen Reach ,
Palm Beach / contractor. 11 t
J painting I Tuesday ,
candidate for the City Com. Bridge at a special SRD
won fatally Injured when his i E D. Jenkins representing/ V. '
and two for I ,meeting Tallahassee r
pal.!\ ) two-seater Cessna 140 airplane R. Oorh m of Clcary Brothers: Mon:1:
) agreed to a portion of the work day afternoon. ''I
election Dec. I 9) will be held crashed about S miles north of being done by the county theby \"*.- "This heartening action puts II III III' )

here Tuesday. Polls at the i Stuart near 0 S. 1 soon after reducing the Cleary bill by I \, past the blgrst hurdle In the I .

fire station will be from daylight last Friday. about $2000, and also to the efforts for the over-all project," '"
Iamto7r.m.f open Headed for Xenia, Ohio to attend county paying the remaining I County Attorney Evans Crary )I:;,
$14.000 In two Installments One told the County
Eight candidates have filed a the funeral of a brother $7.000 portion will be paid. this Tuesday In CommlBslol'j':'j''

for' th) commission on which Stark apparently was forced to )ear and the other In '1948. Jenkins ''I trip. Crary was

three openings will be filled In attempt an emergency landingIn laid work on the east-and- Arthur M Drhon Zack Mauley 'i:f
the final balloting next month, palmetto flat about 300 yards wst stretch westward out of I and A. P. "Bert" Krurger from .,
Of mil eight, two will be elimInated west of the highway, Highway Indlanlown probably could be Stuart and Truman Llvesay of ,
In the primary and three started the first week In Janu r the Emerson Cook Company of j',' +-
more In the December vote The Patrolman Warren Sutton said
Wist Palm Beach Which Is em- J
light Include Mayor Phil Pence The craft strurk, bounced and ary.The board adopted a resolution ployed as fiscal agent for the I I. ,
Melting 1 re-election, Kenneth wheeled about leaving It virtually asking a State Road Depart- I project. I
Stlmmell. R. B McPherson, Henry I a total wreck and knocking ment survey to Improve clogged For both the commission and '
a
P. Lyons, Arl Stuart, Paul Stark unconscious There drainage facilities on property the Rotary Club yesterday, Cra
II Hoenshel, H. B. Rains and L. I apt north of the Blue DOOM Inn off 17 explained that the final steps ,;,
J. Vollrath. parenlly were no witnesses to U. S. !. The board also offeredto I before construction actually be ,;
Only one filing was made for i th* mishap and five workers on secure the right-of-way once gins Include approval of the financing I'

the Judgeship as Harry F Dyer I the nearby road are credited determined: so the SRD can com- 'I' and engineering plans, i
Peeks his fifth term unopposed with discovering him about, three plete the ditch. George Capper Uvesay, who will appear before I Ii
la u many times. I hours later appeared before the board ask- i the commission next week to exI -' ', I
Fo/ the first time the election ELIZABETH PHILIP MOIMTBATTENtimiil He WM removed to Martin ing this relief. I plain the financing schedule,
wW' serve to fill three commission County Hospital where Dr J. D To a request by Ed Goodyear will do the same two weeks hence ,
These nrt new piitwils of the princess ami (ho son of time Creek i.il tffttt In uniting the(wt' ualums With itloinli'I\ Iiy 110 I. I,
positions Instead of the usual Parker who attended him, said for a caution light at Ufl. 1 and for the State Improvement Commission : ;
r"tv1lunily# who were married at 11:13 s. m. (London time) tixliy thin. eight! kings mid jiiuons ui addition. to (lie primis royal notle"( 1 he I .
one. This situation\ was creatod suffered multiple head Injuries the cutoff road to Jensen Beach Pending approval there, ,f
by passage In the recent at UtfthniiixliH. Abbey in London The ceremony which had all in. and. fattier" and a broken right ankle I the board passed another resolution final action will be taken at the _
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State Legislature of a measure With on t -hoer I ng W"" 'U".' asking the SRD-- to' Install It SRD December meeting In MIami ..
enlarging the commission from \nest he died at 2:12: a.m. Sunday. I and then added an additionalrequest i.i at which.the detailed engineering I\<
thAt to five men, a measure I U.S.1 1 REPAVING St. Augustine Firm Bids KIT IUNG GETS The body was sent by the Johns : for alleviating high wai plans must receive approval I
which subsequently received Mortuary to Xenia for funeral I t i ter conditions on Road AlA between Crary Said. j I
popular approval In manda- I services and burial this. week. ', Jensen Beach and Stuart Time between now and startof '\
tory referendum In'Beptembertie Lowfor' Road 76 Repairs FAST ACTION ON He l III survived by his widow, I|I Another resolution ordered In- construction Senator Crary I" '

commission holdovers are MOVESJAPIDLY *, Rose Lee,two children, Walter, 'I ..1&1I.tlon'of not more than 10 said, depends principally; pending I ,

Vice-Mayor W. R. Baker and Tallahassee, Nov 20P)-The,of the St. Lucli River and U4: I Jr and fiandra;. his mother I new", street lights In Jensen final SRD approval on who
Jack L. Coleman. Com j at Mrs Fred Reed; his father,' Albert tj<}f fBvach And the Veterans foot- handles the engineering details' (
H E-: Wolfe I Construction Stuart It was announced here SHOAL
Good Weather Facilitates I pany of St. Augustine submitted .Tuesday; REMOVING M. Stark, and and a brother' ball team was voted a $250 donation The local delegation was Informed 1,
Swift Progress Southof an apparent low bid of $282,953to I and four sisters, all of Xenia. towards meeting expenses that If they are ordered doneby :
Ten Overhead Advertisement for bids for the --- for Its game with Endicott,N y., the State f engineering\ de- '
Stuart 5985 miles of Road 71 '
pave project was released a month
here Dec. 7. be than l'
psrtment. might more
and construct two concrete I ago and work Is expected to beI I A. H. Brown chief of the op- : REITZ INJURED I 'J)
At a special meeting Fridaythe a year before they are completed
Lights PlannedFor The advent of good weather' bridges between the South FortSEGREEFIRMIN under way at Stuart within two I- IN BOAT EXPLOSION commission voted to allow I because of that office being at .},

here has made rapid progress weeks The project for which the Martin County Golf and present eight months to a year

)possible recently In the State $350000; war allotted 1 In the State I formed Comm. Stanley Kltchlng: I Herman Rests, Stuart charter Country Club use of'two county I behind In Its work However, ,
HighwaysThe of re- I Rood Departments 1947 construction chairman of the Florida Inland boat captain. was painfully Injured dumptrucks to haul muck for the Senator said, the O S
project
Road i
Department bUdget Includes gradIng Sunday by a gasoline explosion the course, and ordered Road 1 Brockway engineering- firm of 1
paving U.S. 1 from the south and paving of the present Navigation District that a shoal on his fishing cruiser at'' Superintendent A. A. Hendry, I West Palm Beach, which made
Installation o/10 new 188 city limits of Fort Pierce south OPERATION NOW roadway and building of bridges I between Palm City Bridge and I Eau Gallic ''Jr., to start securing rlghti-of- I the preliminary plans and surveys -
watt overhead lights on the Old ward to the Olympia overpass I over Poppleton Creek and the the entrance to the South Fork I En route from Ocean City, Md." way for a beach road southward has been authored to ap-

and New Dixie Highways thru R. B. Kavanaugh, project engi- South Fork.Including. I will be removed In the next eight 'and Southport, N. C where he from the north County line. I ply to the department for a permit .'
Stuart! will be made within two neer In charge for the SRD said 'AT INDIANTOWNThe the project at Stuart days. I took out fishing parties this sum- Telephone 334 In Hendry office I to do the Job. If Brockway
weeks If all necessary fixtures I,Monday tiK SRD Tuesday received mer and fall, Belli and a companion was designated as the official (I should be It In Understood
rt \secured within that time:I Work was completed several apparent low bids totaling $2- I Brown wrote Kltchlng who : whose name was not county phon Opening of bids he could t'r11 Immediatelywith
John M. Law, Jr.. manager of, weeks ago on 92 miles south 877,859 for the Improvements of called the Engineers' attention learned, stopped at Eau Gallle for building the Indiantown road I expectations of readiness
;he Florida Power and Light ward from Fort Pierce Kava- Scgree Produce Company 100 miles of roads and bridges In I i to the navigation Impediment, to pick up another boat, and the was postponed until Tuesday within two months.

Company here, announced this naugh reported, but hindering announced this week that Its 16 counties. Projects j on which that "the shoal has bean surveyed explosion occurred Just as they, I At the m-etlng Monday the
I conflict with the work on the new Indlantown Packing PlantIs bids were received are located In were pulling out about t a m Ii i 11I1ANKSClVINGSERV; f: SRD let the "..fe" figure of cost
On order by the City Comnwlon. bridges forced stoppage of the now In operation. : Pasco Alachua, Martin Seminole -I and a notice to mariners i Rests was thrown Into' the air, five Stuart pastors and the I project at $2,040,000 which.
Law said seven of the work temporarily on that end Located In one of the Sea- ; Palm Beach, Dade, Citrus, promptly \Issued; dredge Is now and received painful second d.*- j I Methodist Church choir are In- 10flhe explained Is the highest
gluts of 2,500 lumnes or about I and a Jump to th southern end. board Air Line Railways packinghouses Levy Hillsborough Leon, Walton en route to the site and the I flree burns His companion was cluded on a Thanksgiving com- t it would go and which quite possibly -
250 candlepower each will be Starting at the overpass nearly the new enterprise Is a Polk, Lake, Hamilton, Sum- channel should! be restored to I also burned. Both are In Melbourne munity service to be held at the I li more than the actual
ung over U. 8. 1 starting at 10 miles of leveling of the con- welcome addition I l to Martin I ter and Broward Counties' 'i project depth\ by Nov. 28"Rex I hospital Civic Center Nov. 27 at 1 a m. tost Another timeconsumingfactor
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and the first or binder County Partners In the firm are -----
Jilsnolm southward to the Intersection crete base .m- --- ------ -- Involves the Development
of asphalt has been com Roy Segree and Don Hall, vet-
three
of the highway with layer Commission need for or
ne road to Palm City and three pleted, the SRD official said, eran Everglade growers, packersand four months to issue and "have
>ver the Old Dixie In the vicinity and topping of this stretch .Is Ihlpperand their confi- Rex Beach Famed Novelist Buying 5,000Acres validated 1U revenue certificates:
>' the Flamingo Hotel. expected to be completed within dence In this area speaks well for the project ;

On tf.& 1 the overhead bracket another week or 10 days weather for the quality of produce grown Llvesay plans If accepted,

'gluts and wiring will be Jjistall- permitting, he added. here will call for the work being financed 1
!d on existing facilities. Law Following this, further\ level- First shipment will be yellow in County to Develop Model Ranch by tolls temporarily and

"uo. but three new poles will be Ing and binder applications will crook neck squash Hall announced I by all or at least most of the

w' up on Old Dixie, The light be dons northward to the roadto on a visit to Stuart ".-...--- .-.. -----___.n_ ______ surplus gasoline tax funds which i I
Beach, noted American novelist, famed for "The Spoilers, ,
and then southward Monday.
Sewall
1U Martin
be 300 ft. and cost Port accrue to the credit I of
>Bout tlS a year apart each for ; from the Intersection of The new firm will stock crat- I"The Silver Horde" and other books of the adventurous Klondike, I ness on land. which requires 10 I do not favor the Brahma as County "itartlng about 10 yean
ration, Law said op- ((Continued On Fag tour) ing materials and Insecticides: Is purchasing 5000 acres of Martin County land where he will acres to feed ft cow. An acre of I much as many. I may get some from now" Crary laid. Whether

,- ------ develop ft model ranch our land Is enough The use of i thing between a white face San- none, part or all of the proceed
I ; ART SHOW ENTRY Sale of the acreage, which extends chemicals 'makes a garden spot ta Oertrudus and Black Angus. (Continued On Tuff tour) 4
Arsenic Lace BLANK REPRINTEDEntry of Florida, and that use Is In no I But what I want above all else
Old Canal
and from St. Lucie south
clovers and le
pasture grasses, I
from the cost
Is
sense prohibitive well formed, thrifty cattle.
to the Palm Beach County line
I' IIlank"'f' for the Ant annual gumes. standpoint We expect to pro Such animals will thrive here. filsl
Southern States
To Be Tonight art exhibition to be sponsored Is Land being and made Timber by Company thru "My theory he said, "is. that ceed with this. operation I Immediately Whatever well managed activitya
,Given Again here Dee 4 and S by the the cattle business Is the standout ," man undertakes will more than --J.-
Its president, George F BenaeL. State. .... tow .. ln. the Rt. 1oo-Ia
Fine Arts Guild must be receivedby opportunity of the I off"The H''ea r
Asked If the flood conditions pay .,
The property, Including many /.. th. r..k sealer' N. n
Bv MARY HARTMAN done Roosevelt and found great Exhibit Chairman Erwin F. the'i He mentioned several ,other enterprises would prove a deterrent, Beach I loot( .urn r .. ThM" tmr 8nlhr
No'on delight (as did the audience) In I Johnwlck not later. than Nov. 29 small lakes Is bisected by In Florida in which he! author expects to be a fre- ,Jnt "l'i.kim Co ca.tm '". high
character "stole the Canal Indlantown-Juplter Road and I: his grinned "What can deter a man j| quent visitor here. At his home ..41. k..r t t mlmrt-J I., *"f. Cw HM.wkly
of the Panama announced this week.They pioneered and expounded ..
how last his digging I It was who looks to the soil? That II'the k* W H. .MlrMM, .
night at the opening the Seaboard Air Line Railway. 'In
In the basement of the home may be left with him at theories on cattle, raising here. i Sebring, he has for years experimented W L. W.
hewing and of all
of "Arsenic and Old I alum- beginning ending .
Beach, a distinguished with gladioli and A..II r.M. '.M. r.M.em.
the murder victims were school or mailed to Box I "No needs 10,000 acres to I I
the high
** by The where I man good things, the soil Of course
Fine Arts Guild of Rollins College at Winter
nus His
vegetable raising. cattle activities ,
yellow lever victims C : A of the entryblank raise cattle In Florida he stat e1. J 10a, lilt lest e0a
burled as copy will\
The I the flood Is bad. But that ,
5 casting of Joseph KessJrtng another ua'e Park, lives In Florida at Sebrlng,; : there are large. His cultivation N.:11 Ill 11111 a..1 0111
'' Mortimer Brewster, must accompanyevery ed. "Most people are away overbought the ,, else,
three-act by showplace be controlled. It enhance II. .1 a41U s.n
comedy and has 3OOO-acrnanch .
Florence nephew and the only sane member offering for the show ls'. a : on land. This State could opportunity because we know I of the Illy bulb Is comregarded'u "... 14 4,14, flits. 10.as '10141No. ,
DeBerry and her of the family\ was portrayedby reprinted today on Page M of near Avon Park I feed half the world with a little monly an outstanding 14 m 3,1. 11114 1104Now.
Urectlng that whatever ultimate step are : 21 ass 1tHa
the h
tompftred favorably The novelist laid that pur- contribution. Asked about
miraculously iI,5,
Irk the Broadway production J. R. Troxel who Ms sanity The Stuart News.METHODISTS ., I. chase here was made In reinforcement proper planning required will be taken. This. ter- his writing,he smiled and said, ,Hoot ass. .... alts' (
''Wording managed to maintain I "My plan la to concentrate as ritory offer the right sort of'
to several who had complicating of nil belief hat Florida "I guess 111 always write I'm
"en both performance. through a series ol PLAN Is In the pioneer stage of one could concentrate no where land. It offer railroads, hard I half way through novel. Sort THEWETHERn
attemptedto
Bmm Ashley and Aril tlpincott events at home as he u SUPPER, MUSICAL I cattle raising and can become ,else I know. Raise cattle here' roads drainage and Irrigation of got bogged dowp six weeks ago
ft* and Martha carry on his profession fail nation's leading cattle State. la head to the acre. That Is thegolden The more we do to develop Its -
Abby romance The first of the fellowship the and have loafed on It since but
critic and nil ... .. bi.k.
"Wer, quaint heirTe dramatic he laid, to transfer opportunity. productivity. the sooner will\ I. of / -it t.eerb"Ter ..
splnister played byglamorous covered-dish suppers will be held He plans 111 go back to It. N. a. ,
*> depicted ft .sincere and with Elaine: Betty Harper tlndsay a In the Methodist Church at T some: of his breeding stock of I It can be done in Beach's come the controls essential to Its One of his recent novels commanded Hy kd4 e'W': ,Ir a ,
hUdlah delight mercy tomorrow. 600 head at the Avon Park ranchto opinion, either on muck; or sand stability.\ I the Maerawm ...nhn,
lone of the Rev Dr. Harper. p.m. | top figures In Hollywood -
"Wdersof. 12 lodgers, daughter neighbor. Don Ito Two service will be held at the newly-acquired Martin land,and he visualized a real cooperative "I see hundreds of cattle farm, market, but production "... II 64C. n
obsession a next door. his anxious to -not ranches, cattle farms. The .. .. f tNN.
build for
which continued to Sunday. The 10:46ftjn. County, property' to up people I I4 .t
gave I ,the church halted when the
father, plans were
... .
her .. .. .. II 0eN.
he as business
manello, overhead In the cattle II
time
drop of the curtain: when which Showed dramatic service, will Include special herd here. and will construct ft Invest, who cannot give to British movie tax was Imposed a7 .
hey clipped off the uperintend-) performance and training choral music and the Rev. W. O'Aldrtdg number of ranch buildings their operation. once you get started,Is the smallest N.:: :; ':..::::-, 1 ;: y
*t experience of I know. Nothing like "I understand Rex said"that H... Is U"Hn.
ql the Insane asylumtheir "Christ Beach described the Martin "These men are Interested vitally any !
BorisKarloff will speak on
Is 'a .t I'.INCHUAaNPAUr
Waters a
"w ictim.: Their affections Wendell characterization of Jonathan and Thanksgiving" At 7:30 p.m. County land as exceptionallyfertile In setting up a ranching operation II the vegetable problem. Five or they are reviving plans to pro-
era ( : to here U totally six dollar an acre U nothing duce They should. They have
lavished; on k nephew. ne-I sacred mualc'program by the and well-adapted pasture Ranching *
another a ... ,11N"
it'
Brewster. too much to let "
deal. Cattle already
eddy Brewster played superbly home In. toe, choir will be .given under the grasses and other improve ,different than anywhere In the vegetable I money I. ,.Is.TOTAtr
ph";r, returned I cannot see why a man\I are different I am not aiming It slip down the drain, tax or no
Uttered A MennlBger, .Tr., who enter the murder I direction of I. Philp with Mrs. ments. He has been experlment- else J1illWas
act to breed. tax,
second strain or
the'uttl.. i at particular
11 grandeur little as' from President till vision Theo- (Continutf On Tag four)I Edna Coutant at the organ. ing at Avon park wl\1llmproved should go Into bust- any :





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1 f ; i'l J(, I Totals Given, Still Unofficial To the VOTERS and CITIZENS of Stuart

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A.N .11.11I 4 D.rw Complete but at yet unofficial toWs on the countywide election
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\ \ '; Meeknenroa tit three School Board trustees No*. 4 were released! Tuesday In Announcing: my candidacy for reelection to the City
I .1 t Sw the office of'Superintendent R H. RolJini The totals will not Commission, I would like to make .clear some propa,! _
,. Oa as l become official until canvassed by the board, action which is not sidewalk and'.ome views.
ChM44J ganda gossip printed ,
I 1'e ,
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:ir \ expected to be taken before next week or perhaps not until the
.' : :1'', ,. TIl AVIV # N. & next regular meeting of the board Dec 2, it was (aid. There is talk about how some city funds are S i d
I
., The complete figure show no changes from the original Incomplete and where they
.spent go .
: I I1 '\ G+rr Awe.. D."N Acq returns Insofar as concerns the final standings In which
!, uSA wouto ,. vOkru4s Q.IN./Db W C Caveny, L. D. McElfrehh and R. C Johns were elected by All city funds are]budgeted and a public record i
GIYI1OoAAABI I comfortable margins over fourth place O H. Tllton and the five is kept of all expenditures. / '

: :J \ lather'present candidates J-mll1leVJ for These the board returns operations also /show approved continuation by an of overwhelming the-* A number of citizens have ideas of what we should

': ll), ', '' PAlESTINf nK ra margin do, such as cleaning up the entrance to ,our city,
I \' .' 1, Confusion In reporting returns by clerks ef( boards Is said. to which is State property. The State road
;. have delayed oivial confirmation of the vote result. crews are
; is 1.1,4I I ," in the same condition as the city crew/. Too many '
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N \ y// ..... 4- people have forgotten that it has onl / been a short
t a s 0 r 5
I :. h, !} flA, QI aI An.u 5_ ? ._' r p00'0N154 time since the hurricane of ,Sept. 17 and the' heavy
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LI'I I Mnee ... ,, ..5 0 0 I 0 0 s 1AM rains preceding it. A great deal of Ahe. burden 'of
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f. EGYPT NWISNtl .. eo oa e4 II II If I as ass.M.EIIsa debris:
cleaning draining wat from
; IN ss M 4 II .0 M ill excess flooded
,I ; 1 K"NJIi'/ Murrill is fit M I. a 4 J rat '
ilk \, ARAB : :/ it : a a *jk. ** asearir4 ?>4 area, makmg temporary repairs et/, )has fallen on
'\\I I II i Till., ; ..a at se 14 a ii 1* II S 0 0 s I in 1MJ. the city-ana has, in fact, event t tvken extra labor

\ I, U fMs.dt MILL. LEVY I from both iity and State crews/which would be
.AR.M F.r ,. .... as III as If as II a II 'N I
I!: i .4 ; r 0 oj AoJ-. 0 2-..!---- 0_ !. 1 ___a_ as available in ormal times In f.#t, the City Com-
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,", ; "" mango grove In the Hob Sound ASKS RE-ELECTION -I, mission 'had talked of another lean-up campaign

.: :e ''I )' ... I miiil, SI His IKS "irxptcj in niimijiti tliii, Viillcil \Naliom,; area. I in October, But under the circumstances felt that 'rafter

,;r .!, t blur 1 1 I I"i i |1'/1'1/,,, / ';: ol 1'I.lill'l nil.,, Arab/ and I J..'wlsli, stirtts Jaffa., the storm and floods th/ job would .be too
"1'1! i4( I In It 11,. 1,1.11I 1 Would I 11.,1\1. VI!.*, n lo tin Jiwi-.li Mite, \vonlj, go |10 Winter truck crops In the Indl-' b much tacks this time. '
}I--' .,. , antown area are making goodprogress. I to at ,:
/ \ Il d" luau uu ?r |Plumuarle'" In the J I C. ,)
arp'lulAlree The weather has been
it fly Ii,' -- very favorable, and Indications Jn last week's News th/re appeared an ad-
t are although the crop will be late\ vertisement staling several 'Issues" ,and that "the 'I
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: NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES It will t be very" good. cq t
k) J ? fo
: p' "Ir men running City Com ssioner should be contacted -
; :, The County Agent's Column Don Hall with the Segrce Pro- on ositions'"' Before voting.
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duce Company at Indlantown Is read
; \ getting packing house facilities } Item 1 ) "The Cit/ voted $3,500 to match
; I By L. M. Johnson I
,I \,1 I shipping In shape mixed for purchasing cars of Ire.sti and ss county funds, bu\immediattly after the 5-man comb :

... j i d The annual election ot county | the unfortunate and under- vegetables from Indlantown, mission was proposed the retracted etc ." I
I 1 j I' inmlltmtncn of HIP Martin nourlilrd/; people of other lands whlrh will give farmers \In Martin In I ill say if in its
I answer at tentative budget j
I 'I" '. I e'oll.lly. Agricultural Consirva- -- County a ready cash market ,
,. ? j lion AssoriBtloii will be held at 1 1r for their produce. the City Cornmissitm end voted to try to cooperate
+ r Weather permitting, now Is a
I '. the i I off.n e 01( the County Anenl! : : I 1
: 'I,g t o'ht.'r1lO1DUlld,, lltl. Stuart 1 good time to put out phosphateand l OFFICERS NAMED with the political aitlbdivi one, School Board, County '

I p f'; \ 'l'' Nov 29 at 1:30: |pm, Everyon" lime spread lime The on pasture phosphate land and this I Judge A. O Kanner was named I Commission; and the Civ, to set up a 'program for

I"('I'j, \'t in In the Marl 1947 In County Agricultural partiilpii'lng Coiwwil fall will mean'pastures two weeks Irons district and chairman Erwin and F Johnmlck David B!, fgr development of an?Ath tic Field in the 47 Acres,

f -;' \, i toy, prafrain Is eligible! to vole earlier lime next'left spring In the Phosphateand shed this I council membrs-at-large at the (Fourth Street Park). fOne member was appointed
III'' {,, .,\, in this elccttoi 1 Farmers, \runiri- annual banquet meeting of the C1ARENCE: M GAY from
winter will be l idle while that each board crontnusion also in
4 f o setting
', l- fr' and growers! art urged to be I Quit Stream Boy Scout Council up
,j j pipwnt this election and casts I put work on Put the It ground to work can producing go to", In West Palm Beach Monday tug;1 tixfuy announced ,that lie their tentative budgets k sum of $3,500. The School
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their whom wrtiUJ lie Caixlxlite to succeed
ballot for Uv men night. i
t' 'ai'1 they wish to represent them on earlier and more abundant pas- Wma-II as State Comptroller In Board, after'contadt' school officials in Tallahassee -
I 6 lures so more grain will be avail I
I :)i ': !lei; the county: commlttoe of thaI able and your land protectedfrom I More thus h..lI.11M'. people ot this l>'m'crutic: primaries next found that 1 I I Martin County ACA erosion_ the United. Mitf: hu>'i., prtmiHiw' "., lit laid lie would base in ''a joint enterpris and withdrew
;,' ,,,,, : i sd defects In vi.ion. I Ins Ills record\, consequently "j
! t'} More grant to take the place _. .. .. _0- ___ 'tmpiiiKii__ _(__on___ AND IN NO WAY BID THE 3- OR 5-MAN COMMISSION '
i of (train la ,feeding livestock Is, for those! who plan to grow j ENTER FHE:. DISCUSSION. Also be-
: J' ,
r tobacco plant for sale the following -
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: i' fast becoming one of ttv mast
,I 11, f' important 1 phases ot the feed ", Information U Important. 'fore adoption of sail (budgeted fund, it was changed
77 't conservation cumpalm! But this Martin County Is not one of the I i rq e..iitae's. 1 1'1'J to recreational and Boating facilities-and it can still
IjI
does counties quarantined for the to- .
t not
mean over-grazing
{ :fl,'! Glass; I Is 1 Important from the baccoetch moslac disease.. The, be used for any w/rthv recreational purposes. ,

!.1 11 7,''i' 'it j l standpoint as well arf of a conbervlnin meana of thq IRving molt Slate quarantine of Georgia on tobacco has placed plants I'' I II t 'Item 2 had If dolt with the Parking Ptoblems !

for human frown In Broward, Colll-r\ Dade (Parking Meters. Th* Commission:
1' \o,, I grain consumption. 'k5'L1PAJ r )/ City' has had
Hendry Lee Monroe and Palm
r 0,1 1; Grass: and clover hold the water
i"" 'from rains on the soil Instead of Beach Counties. The Florida I I II several parking mfter companies make .surveys and
I .t, \ :. 0:' having, It run ,11. taking the toll State I Plant Board has Informedall tobacco reports to them si no expense or obligation to then
:J. county agents that
With I
Itt
r' Giants, crown In counties other I City; THEY, ?HE RESENT COMMISSION,
II But stand
must be
a 1001.1
t maintained to do this Grass, than Inspected those'ty''mentioned the Slat'\must Plant be II HAVE TAKEN IO ST ND IN THIS PROBLEMAS -
Iro( In making a major contribution Board and certified THEY' AR I
1 I u being II LEAVING THAT FOR THE 5-
to the of
I feeding hungry\: I
free from Insects and disease A '
1SS people In countries overseas If certificate of this nature together MAN COMMIS ON T( DECIDE. My own viewpoint -
rattle and sheep are marketed with a statement as to the is that so; thing h to be done about down-
,lf with less 1 finish most of th'lr the I
county In which plant were
6 grain comes from grass' Good grown, must accompany each town'' parking. IWhether parking meters are the

< yt' I pastures also make It possible on''nhlpmnt of plants destined for answer I cannot decide a r talking with a number '
14 for dairymen to cut down
In 1 1I
r point Georgia
the grain ration without of citizens antf merchant the pros and cons are
4 ll ly affecting milk production u.-1 about .
Florida farm hour broadcasts, even.
+ The Agricultural Conservation '
Program has encouraged the Sta Ion WRUF, Gainesville: Item 3-0 Cemetery, tc. In answer, it'is very
Frl, Nov 21 "Raising Hogs
seeding of Brasses and legumes
ever since the program started for Market," an Alachua County easy from th outside to All how funds should be
I y I In 1936 From 1936 thru 1946 farmer: farm Hash I NOW th. RIGHT Mochint spent from th inside, without knowing all the facts
'I
I farmers and ranchers cooperating Sat.. Nov. 22- Fifteen minute I For TOUR Flj.r. Wtrkl :fail::
as we can a spend -but when it
mone to
P4i P In the program have seeded program at 12:30.: f comes
more than 33 million acres to Mon. Nov 24 "Planting and SeetheamaungmifVictorEleocapacity, direct subtraction paying the 1/11 in increase* taxes it not '
Portable Proved floes go
{rI and legume Under the "' tnc today. by and choice of keyboards at a .-
al grass Management of Clover Pasture,
buiine large and small its popular price. Aim" available in over so '
1946 program alone, more than W. E. Stoics; farm flash. right !lor buiinm.. Easy hand operated models. Call IM goof.
jr q I 4,000,000, acres were s'eded, More Tues. Nov. 25 F"Vegetable Insect to "I""' rarer arcurat, det"day fur tin Victor bO Second. Item 4- 'The 5-man co mission will draw $20 r,'
than 800.000 acres of Florida prusdubMVktualnrsyuutgs; l'tovagTeat,
Control, Dr. John W Wilson
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J l pasture have been Improved ; Farm Question Box. I salary etc In answer,' yo present City Commis-
I .. ...
during this time The pasture .
Wed.. Nov 28 "Home Ecoif- sioners draJ $35 month lach total cost for
1 } and rangeland Improved by these The Stuart News 1 per or a
omits Notes," H. G Clayton ex- the off With 1
} j : seedlings have ben protected tension director year $1,260. 5-man commission at

l p f'n 7, and from legumes erosion are and helping now the to grass raise : Thurs., Nov 27 Thanksgiving ", OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. I : $20 per month for each commissioner, the total cost

I the quota Of grain needed to feedYANKS' program.C PHONE 300 301NEW is $1,200, I saving of $60 pel year on city commis

I tit I 'A st. Ong and D. H. Funk sioner's aries. In comparison with other city gov-

i ik MANAGER are-planting---- --several- -.---acre---of_.______.__ "__._ ____ ..._.,..__ ___ ernments f f our size through t the State, our costs '
are low.,
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k s I'1t I Item S-;'The School Boa d and City Commission -' >

t > should' work out a: trad in lands etc. i." In

't C. B. S. Bungalow answer I I/will/ say that there e a lot of pros and.

: cons an history connected wlh it eI

J / h I s gent that the voter4 get the real facts '

: 5 RoordC Furnished ,themsel St not by listening to ropaganda, \ '

iL.I iL. Th go to the polls and te for the best in- I

5 :P ,terestshine a d> welfare of? the com; nity-whether rain, '

$7 Furnished ,. otow or hurricane: 1 ,

In,,'{losing{ I would like to by that 1 have not ,::1

N R igerator. New obligate myself to any person |r group.
a Range _
-' I vfcll continue-as in the p<*t-to do or try to

TS5 x 200 to Waterfront r"' do wha I. think. is best for the ftitereit of the city

r and conLnunity in which my familr and I are living.
", i

Ex f 50 ft. lot adjoining u S 6t Your vote and (upport' for City Commiss her will be appreciated J A i

I '.4' ., 'Sincerely I yours, "I


Went. GIORGI former vice-president WEISS THEODOfcE\EHON ; PrtlL PE\NCE:

In charge 01 minor league op- & SON \
eralioni of the New York Yankees > -

named baseball general clubs manager hu been in Vote Tuesday MovembeV 25th 1947
charge of all Yankee .- DEHON BLDC. I PHONE *1 STUART, FLA. :
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tUna. by the club' board of ntli t) "
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NEWS STUART MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA,THURSDAY. NOV M, 19(7 LAGS 'THxYR
Indian Ricer,Drive to set '
:week Ms recently Mrs John O'Dowd, guests from I I
By MRS. VIVA ROAT completed home In Eden ready New York stopping at the New
for occupancy, Mrs.Peckells will Fort Pierce Hotel, and Cap and
join him herd Monday, Mrs. Fagan, New York, and at
I iVelfare' Association Plans Mrs. Harry Chllds of Green present living on their yacht,
Wlch,Conn.,Is arriving this week Amato, now In Tort Pierce Harbor -
to spend a number of days at O'Dowd Is assistant man- To The Voters and
)rive for Varied Charities her home In Walton prior to goIng ager of freight traffic for United Taxpayersof
to Palm Beach where she Fruit Company.
takes an apartment each Winter. -
I
'The Welfare Association Beard Five-day leave from the
Itself for action at Its : water tank which I Army COLLIERS LEAVE SOON
meetfa was accepted Air Forces was spent In Waltonby
FOR Stuart
SOUTH
with thanks.Besides AMERICA
last week In Fort Pierce when Cpl. George Korpi who came
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rrangementi were made to put officers, members attending down from EgUn Field last week FOl'/ller'/ winter residents of ,
a a drive for funds which was' were Mn and Mrs L. W for a visit with his parents, Mr. The Cave, Edenlawn, Dr. and t.
lunched Monday Lennard, Mr. and Mrs John and Mrs H. A. Korpi. Mrs Casa Collier and daughter,
The association seeks to raise Roenbeck Mr and Mrs Bill Eda- Business meeting of the Wal-' Peggy, are leaving their Mem- (And' if Live Here You Sure P Taxes-Even I .
son, Mrs phis home for you *
''undJ to assist In financing 1Uoutlne Franklin Tyler Mrs. ton-Eden Property Owners Club a trip to South I
charities and to applyn Aurellne Teal, Miss Florence was held In Community Center, America. First stop on their Itinerary -
a new welfare home that will Teal Mr. and Mrs Lane Jennings Walton, Friday night. A cover will be Lima, Peru. on Your:,Drinking Water) '
and With photography being Dr. i' ,
>e constructed on acreage al- Mrs Karl Burggraf. ed-dish supper and games party
eady owned by the county i Is planned tomorrow evening Colliers hobby It Is safe to say '
,lurches, civic bodies and In- Mrs JT. H Woo nl ough. many with Invitations extended to all he will return from this winters I
Ivlduals are asked to lend their years a winter resident of An- There was also discussion of a travels with many picturesque I
(assistance'In every way possible kona, arrived last week from her barn dance for the near future scenes Famous and Restaurant surely a view Populares of the, As A Busi ess Man And / ax,, Payer I Ask '
summer home ,
INKONA on Lake Mlnne- but no definite date was set.
CEMETERY: tonka near Minneapolis where laborers used to dine and
ISSOCIATION: MEETS Mr. and Mrs. Ruben T. Johns I' tion Following of Fort the Pierces opening Frozen recep- still may, at 6 cents a complete Your Support Onhese Grounds !'I'
> Yearly meeting of the Ankona ton ot Walton entertained their Foods Center Mr. and Mrs. Raymond meal and where their children I
Cemetery Association was held partook dally of free breakfast .
son and daughter-in-law, .
Mr: Phelps'of Eldred enter A. /
,b Community Center In Fort and Mrs Arthur Johnston F'' Scott Waters of Walton Is ,
of Orlando tained with.a dinner in their
lerce Friday evening with President In Miami for a visit with his 1 I WILL WORK T\Y SOLV /
over the week end: home Monday evening featuringthe TO TO THE CITY DEBT. I FEEL THAT .!
Bryan McCarty mother Mrs J. T. Waters, and
presiding Harry Jennings, student at products handled In that Industry THIS ,
PROBLEM .
CANIBE SOLVE/ AND
r THIS BURDEN AND IM-
jj j A main topic discussed was Florida State University, his sister Miss Elva Waters. -
will Join] Quests for the occasion
Cemetery upkeep For this pur- I I his parents; Mr. and Mrs Lane were officers and friends of this Miss Voyer Marion of Aahboro, PEDIMENT TO OUR OROWTH REMOVED. I 1\\
+ oje each member will be N C. arrived last Sunday for atwoweek 1rf
J> assesitd Jennings,of Walton for Thanksgiving business Including Mr. and Mrs. rf
W a year and a caretaker visit In the E. R Enseyhome
Jilted to clean and mow the A graduate of Fort Pierce High David Randlnskl Fee, Mr.Dr. and and Mrs Mrs.Edwin J. A. in Walton. With advance 2 I BELIEVE THAT ENOl H T5C MONEY IS COLLECTED TO GIVE ,..

'cemetery of every the association two weeks All'officers School last June,and since keep- Gatlin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams time notice for Miss the birthday Marion party arrived given In US CLEANER AND BET :R JtfREETS,'CLEANER AND BETTER SIDEWALKS }
were Ing up her studies commercialwork Mr. and M. H. Scott i
Mrs
,te-elected Including President Miss Helen Korpl left her and Madison Weeks; for Mrs. Ensey and her, cousin, AND CLEANER BETTER PARKS, ALL THE YEAR h
President McCarty, :,Charles Mrs. Charles McCarty McCar-,vice- home In Walton last week to accept A dinner of beautiful appoint- day Frances falls Richards on the same, whose date natal and AROUND. AND WILL :K TO SEE THAT IT IS SPENT THAT I II'
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employment In Jacksonville ment Dr. and MrsJ
was given by
Secretary and R. V.:Ankeny, was duly celebrated In the Rich- WAY. ,
A. Gatlin at their home In '
treasurer. Paul Kelley of the First duty Of Edward Peckells Eldred last Thursday evening ards home In Fort Pierce. ::1:1II
..North Fork donated a 1000-gal I on arriving from.Brooklyn last when they entertained Mr. and pink A birthday roses with cake silver adorned centers with, 'I 3 I AM OPPOSED TO A A T BASIN FOR THE TIME BEING--- ''

lighted candles and greenery WE HAVE A FINE NA RAL ACHT BASIN-.AND FAVOR THIS !
Mince raced the table around which
e M k r Angel Food were seated the honorees, Mrs. MONEY BEING SPENT FOR EVELOPMENT OF OUR BALL PARK
Pumpkin Devil Food Ensey and Mr. Richards, Mr. En- AND RECREATION /
sey, Mrs Richards, Miss Marlon, ENTER )R MAXIMUM BENEFIT TO ALL ,
Apple and Cpcoanut Miss Katherine Ensey, Mr and THE PEOPLE ; t
Mrs. Frances Williams, Donal I
1 SPECIALS 1 and
VarietiesBAKERY Ensey and Helen Richards. Cur
CakesPIES Miss Katherine Ensey spent

an, CAKES fut Friday sonville football and game where Saturday and she was attended the In house Jack-the To Get Mar Value for \ Tax Dollar Vote for '

guest of her cousins, Mr. and
Try Our Delicious Cinnamon Rolls Mrs George Saunders
Enroute to Hollywood for a few

Baked Goods D ghoulsFreshBaked weeks Wayne vacation A. Halllbay, Mr.ot and Geneva Mrs, ARLE S UARTI;

Hi Ohio, spent four days with Mrs.
Daily \" C/ffee Rolls Laura Howard and Miss Georgia I II I
Turner of Eden' Mrs Howardand
TRY OUR POPPYSEED\HARD ROLJl FOR Miss Turner are new mem- For / tuart City I j.
YOUR THANKSG1WNG DINNER Stuart.bers of the Woman Club In Commissioner j.I

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Under New Management Uranium mid other rare. metals
have been made in impure powder > YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATEDPaid ;1 I
HANDY PANTRY PASTRY/ SHOP form for at least a century, .. .
nit only within the' last 30 years

223 Second St, Beyer Bldg. \ JW. R. AMMONS, Mgr. have: work they been purified: and putto I ( Political Advertisement) rj' ;



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1-IF HE IS IN FA )R OF AN EQU; IN ORDER THAT WE MAY HAVE A $1,060,000. THESE BONDS WEREDISTRIBUTION j

iF THE' TAX BUI NEW SCHOOL AND ATHLETIC PROBOUGNT BY SOME OF OUR LOCAL'S i j

DEN OF THE :ITY OF STUARTS GRAM FOR OUR CHILDREN. RESIDENTS AT FROM 3% TO 17% t: ;

THERE SHOU BE NO DISCRIM. S' OF THEIR VALUE-AND ARE COL. I;

INATION OF 44Y KIND. 3-IF HE IS IN FAVOR OF AN ECOLECTING FROM THE TAXPAYERS "

NOMICAL AND EFFICIENT CITY OF STUART INTEREST AT THE I

2-IF HE WILL RADE WITH THE MANAGEMENT. RATE OF 2ys% ON FULL FACE j

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VALUE OF 100 ON BONDS- ;
SCHOOL BOA D ON PARK LANDS % THE

NECESSARY -f O ENABLE US TO 4-IF HE WILL MAKE A DETERMINED AND THE PRESENT PLAN IS THAT ; !I

HAVE THE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND EFFORT TO REPUDIATE THE BONDTHE BONDS SHALL BE PAID

FACILITIES 'IflAT ARE REQUIRED D DEBT OF APPROXIMATELY BACK 100 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR! 1 1I


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IN ORDER THAT WE MAY ATTRACT TOURIST CAMPS. AND'TRAILER, 'PARKS IN OUR, CITY .
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AT THIS TIME 'WE NEED MANY THINGS'\ HER THAN A YACHT'' BASIN, AND.AFTER 'pUR ;

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F PAGE rOt'R THE 8TOABT NtWS,STtABT MARTIN COtNTT fTOMDA, THURSDAY.NOV. tt_WlJllllllllillllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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Y IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII 1 II= MORE ABOUT THANKSGIVING DAY .. 1947By U.S.1 1 REPAIRINGContinued HOLDS ADVISORY FIRST COMMITTEE MEETING t.. I Mr and Mrs: Mthart\l-;.,
tr and children
COUNTY BRIDGES the, President of the Unites States { William King was chosen'per- :Tommy, ot Vero Beach Donna
( From Page On) Stuart I
Invite Your FriendsTo )Yesterday'
r Ic manent chairman and Ben. A. FIne ArIA to attend
(Continued from One) Guild
Page A PROCLAMATION 4th Bt. and U. 8. 1 In Stuart to Redding Jr.. secretary at the "ArsenIo and 014 presents I

this county of the seventh the Port Bewail road. In this first meeting, of the special fl.,.. were guests or Mc and Lace.p Mrs\\
I cent of gasoline( tax, should it be Older than our nation Itself Is the hallowed custom of resting manner, work .la always done In man advisory planning,committee french of HlblBeUi Rd, Pre
returned by the voters next November from bur labor for one day at harvest time and of dedicatingthat the direction of the asphalt supply to the, City Commission at e j
I to the counties, will be day to expressions of gratitude U*Almighty\ Ood for the many at the plant set up near the city hall Friday night. The session Albert Hack.tackson";:\
Sailsport Restaurant pledged to this debt has not been blessings which He has heaped upon \us. Now, as the cycle of the Port Bewail road a block east was devoted to Informal discussion here, for a
determined However, It was explained year nears completion,It Is fitting that we should lift up our hearts of the highway Kavanaugh ex- and Initial organization children week end to visit hJa wiles.
efforts. at the
Y it probably wolld help Virginia
again in special prayerss.May plained. -- Aill
Vf. A.
U. S. NO. 1 AT FRAZI/ CREEK considerably In paying off the A continuous drawback to the Attending were Llppln- ...
"e debt quicker and at a lower Interest our thanksgiving this year be tempered by humility, Jiy work, Kavanaugh said, Is the cott, Price French, W.. R. Baker ---
rate. sympathy for those who lack abundance, and by compassion for rock supply slow receipts of and King No dates was set for
,, For A principal financing require- those in want At we express appreciation in prayer for our munificent which have held back the Job another meeting, King said
: ment by the SRD is that the l to thanto much anything. Conse- ttbssaanseso&
t; gifts, may we remember that It Is more blessed give as U
1 ,",' 'L'J, A GOOD HOMCOOKEDDNNER (I project be paid oft within not receive, and may we manifest our remembrance of that preceptby quently he itlll Is unable to figure Columbian Pemmican. : American, a fond usedby Indium!! pre-und:
,more than 25 years 'Crary ex- of other very accurately on a project
".$\\h.l I plained that.while this will be generously sharing our bounty with needy people completion date he said. An by explorer Unlay Is a mixture of v iZIESeraACrs
l '- :' I an SRD project and financed by nations unexpected complication on the dried meld mid! fat '

"At TU EY I the SRD. It in turn will be reimbursed Now, therefore, I, Harry 8'Truman, President of :the United southern portion ii the considerable -
!! and to a great extent by leveling found necessaryon
: of all citizens to the Joint
invite attention
States of America the 1
the toll system explained to the the old roadbed which I slants Martin County
i : resolution of approved lee; 28. 19U. which designates the
j. county Commission several) Congress sharply in several places necessitating -'
; I weeks ego fourth Thursday in November ot each, year as Thanksgiving Day; a leveling.layer before Cemen lraftUltiUgfHH
I proclaim Thursday, Nov. 27' I>l7' ,as a dayof national thanksgiving the binder and topping can be T no tI1Lt d
!"lli" ; and I call upon the people of the United States of every applied the BED official explained. DUUU E IGATINe
1 'ARSENIC'rontinufil consecrate that to thoughts of gratitude, acts of devotion I Row,
'I : ') j'J( faith to day Bricklaying tatering Slucc* Ina
I" SPECIAL! FLORIDA. TURKEY efforts !being made by Work the unfinished 7.5 vusARrFL
"t /; and a firm resolve to assist in the on rat rte
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,: ,,j I,1!); / /fmtn foef' : Vim religious groups arid other bodies to aid the undernourished, the miles north of Stuart smarting IDA
}! ALT TRIMMINGS Immediately east of the.Lighthouse .nrs.s nlr
t "jI' sick, the aged, and all sufferers In war-devastated lands.In AB5
1 'ft. ,/ competition with his aunts after will be done when the Fire p e Wort A B tyCI. C0.JIMeCEE
I \ j : ,j jI chalking up 12 death victories witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand' and caused southern section\ finished over eQr.smARTr
I l,1\. I. BEN QQDDARD, Proprietor I all parts of the world Mrs. DeBerry -the seal Ot the United States to be affixed which through traffic la being .H, Morn It, Prw.PilM t' catDA
I, : was fortunate In finding maintained a.. N Cay, ru.
t ;:1 1 :. u nuununnu uuuaw nnnuuuunnunuununuunnuunuuaunuur. natural"' for this part and Pone at the City of Washing thla 10th day ot November In ---_. .
I, ', -- raal ll I"a distinctly different role In the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and forty- ven. and of --
( this second production of the the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred
Guild made a name for the and seventy-second,
,. school band director In local
M TORS HARRY S. TRUMANBy
I theatrical circles Jerry LaPointe
as Dr Herman Einstein Jonathan the President; "VOTE"
y I \ 's accomplice was all that GEORGE C, MARSHALL. Secretary of State
: was needed to complete the murder -

Brig and Stratton I I I team their second venture and report's -I I JOINT MEETING SETA

I I Kenneth. Lt Stlmmell Rooney,! maintained as the dstective of last night's show will i'I. Joint Lodge meeting and the of the Rebekah lidFellows I -

Ii hi* established stage reputation I doubtless double the audience at Lodge will be held at WoodmanHall /
"I ZZ 6 H./P./ AWe OTOR ''In Stuart He was ably supported ,the second performance tonight. over the telephone exchange TUES AY, NOV. 25- 1947
Ills The curtain rises promptly at i
in police work by Officers :
II :at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Entertainment ,
3H P. MOTORN Brc.phy Joe Oreenl'es; Klein, 8:IS, and refreshments are
d ,, Harry Olancoff, and OHara Four members of the cast gave,scheduled and full attendance of UGARDLESS OF YO/JR CHOICE
I Joseph Penrod Atty David Marshal :I a radio skit of the play over
both is
urged.
1 l'/2 H. P. MOTOR I organizations
19 lines Mr. WIRA In Fort Pierce Tuesday
s as Olbbs a w.. IT IS YOUR UTY AND PRIVELEcY O YOUR COMMUNITY TO0TE"
prospective roomer: were enoughto afteftioon i lulu in Cook Inlet oil the Ala-
.1 I ; I Its AA Li lied Supply o/ These Motors i-how his l ability, Charles Rue I I 'Ian Puific Gnnl aril among the i
I'' was all that could be expectedof JAYCEE-ETTES MEET -
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f hltIM..t: in the world often rising
i )RST COljE FIRST SERVED as he a sanitarium processed the superinUndent commitment blscusslon of the Christmas I.10 hit.
party dance on Christmas night
ft papers of the deranged family
I < at the Civic\ Center headed the
:' We ctry A ConY leie Line of Paris to service, before he drank the fatal"
business at the Jaycee-Ette

f ,ae Motors the draught curtain ot dropped elderberry wine as night.meeting Adrienne at the Center Bartlett Monday was Fo ale
f 1 A review of "Arsenic and Old
', a t't'1)\1)I' Lace" would not be complete appointed decorations chairman at the In chargeof Center H.lB.RAINSandidate
without comment on the old-
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for the organization
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by Bill Steffens' propertycrew adopted. s or City Commissioner)
even to Betty Lindsay
RAD 0 and APPLIANCE CO. family portrait ol the Brewster .
f Slime wralthy'tvmnnnitics; In at 209 o Tants Ave.Mr
I 1: I ancestor, which hung on the the Vnilcxl State sl't'Itl') ail\ muchas I WOULlI APP/ECIATE YOUR SUPPORT

t 1 l' I Phone 302 f wall.The theater group in Martin $8MK( ) per cluuroom unit 1111educllliu Paull nshel (Paid Political Advertise| n0Y ) i
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URDENCLIffilN I Kiwanis Told TALlAHA SEE MAN ( IlllllllllltlllllllhIuatlltil111111IllllllllObituaries/ ;
HomeDemonstration I '
ELECTED PRESIDENT ]
EMORIAl Bridge Plans STATE BANDMASTERS I
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AM W TRAYLOR ProgressA Notes 'the Romulus wait Thompson elected president of Tallahassee of- STANLEY DUNN

Florlda'Bandmasters
summary of the progress to By MISS LUCRE INSCOE a Assoc
date In the elation at the organization annual
effort to secure meeting in Tampa Sunday DIES AT 63
from Stuart I
Isolation Cites Club's SSf to the ocean-
HAVE "LET through
J1" '" lIven' by ,YOU DOWN" THAT Tu sdgy night. Harry
Appreciation' for Many hon, at the weekly Arthur De. SKIRT? McComb of Fort Louderdale was I
noon
:Service of Kiwanis at the meeting Adding an inch of mere to a named vlc -prealdent, John ----
Frlda7. Dehon Woman' Club short skirt to bring It in line with ] Heney of DeLand, secretary, and Stanley Ewart Dunn (S, died
Ituart Garden Club this week remarks: by showing supplemented a his style trends 1 is often a simple Orin Whitley of Panama City unexpectedly at his home In the
Rlvervlew
map of treasurer ApU on SemInole Ave
the chore. But y
!ell! a memorial resolution proposed proj- at 1215 .
; p m last Thursday The
goring Samuel W. Traylor He brought out the sewer strikes a problem. Foal 1 Three Martin/ County residents ,
that project '
body rested
in state JohnsMortuary
Inter Port Sewall resident was Initiated by,simple determination y t tas. example perhaps a facing Is attended the sessions for which at {
it'j Friday and was sent
la died last week: at a West to have It realized Quired, or the back of the a number of prominent music over the week end Cleveland '
to
|m Beach hospital!, and 8U- by finding, some method of financing Is shiny from much pressing workers spoke. Among these were !I for funeral, services and burial ,.
T,
Rotary Clnb, of which he It because It has become Clothing specialists of the IT. T. Olddlngs from the National Monday, i '
all too S Department of Agriculture ON I Music Camp at Interlocked,
an honorary member, had obvious that Stuart's Well-known here despite his 7 t1
mute of silence In his memo Progress 1 Is being retarded con. fer the following suggestions for Mich, Bob Shepherd. editor of relatively short residence of Scum'\ i Ii
meeting a number School Musician Jack Echols
of hemline ,
slderably by Its .
lack of direct years and an ardent admirer of '
'Oarden Club resolution access to the beach "lf$." sales manager of the Pan-Amer 1 ;
he Dehon said > the city facilities, Dunn was .
lean Band
owi: Subsequently It was proposed to If wool fabric Is shiny on the I Peter ''Tkach Instrument Company. quoted by his wife: as having felt '
the Garden Club of finance Uty underside of the hem rip the noted Minnesota t'l
Whereas pledging the surplus I choral director the beat portion of his life had
and
art has sustained an Irrepar- gasoline( tax revenues which .. hem and steam-press on the ''V. composer. C. been spent here.. Born In Lowe
e low by the death of Its dl>. will accrue to the county credit -- wrong side of the fabric provided I Buttleman of the Music executive Educators secretary National stoft, England, on May 23, 1884 j !'.
fulshed honorary member starting three years hence and the wool Is light-weight of Conference he came to this, country at the f
Joe
food friend, Mr Samuel W. to put the bridges on a temporary has a raised pattern in the I the State of Hall of age of 2 where his parents' set '
andwhereas : toll basis In ::1" weave. Steam-pressing on the Department Education tled In
ylor this manner <, : and Paul Matthews Cleveland. He was engaged '
Mr. Traylor itlmud they and a new drawspan In the right side may be more effective president In the gasoline and oil i
In civic beautification and Jensen Beach bridge could be '\' \ for thick wool. The steam-press. ,,the MENC.of the Southern division of business In Cleveland for many i it!
rovement, be It resolved that paid for without taxpayers being ," cover the fabric with a dry wool I years before moving here and i
Garden Club of Stuart take affected other than by the gasoline .. : press cloth then with ,a cotton From Here Wendell Waters, purchasing the Rlvervlew from i
i opportunity to express: tax they; ordinarily would I II Wlx.1 (left), Llama brought cloth dampened in warm water : director of the Stuart band Mrs, Albert Trefney '!
I pert to Hotlywnods of
titude for all that he has pay l young Juan (right), glues Mm the cold ultonliW! Use a warm Iron Set down then M ,J. Morrison and her daughtr lie was a Klwunian and active ,

e Irt'this community, and The next steps Inculded for' ----Griffith--Park""'- Zoo-in-become: the.........bride......-, ----- 1U* the Iron, taklcare not to I' In Emily attended. Waters was In the Stuart club, and a member "
3e It further resolved that I I I matlon of a Citizens Bridge ---- I slide It back and forth. If shine charge of the trombone section of the Methodist Church He
Garden Club of Stuart exits Committee of seven men to coordinate 3 LOTS REZONEDAT NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH i persists, try raising the nap of i of the clinic blind and Miss also was a 32nd degree Knight ::1 I 1
1 heartfelt sympathy to work for the structures FRIDAY HEARINGTwo WILL OPEN DOORSTHANKSGIVING COUNTY GETS the wool with a clean brush or | Morrison represented this high! Templar In the Lakewood (Ohio ,1\
beloved wife and family and ''Lancr' last week a conference with ---- DAY rubber sponge the kind used school In this band. Music play- lodge, ,I
t copy of these resolutions a' State Road Department of for suede shoes ed Included numbers for the Survivors include his wife,

irnt to his family! The Stuart I'I'a finial In Miami Stuart to refusals grant permits by the for City con of i: The new Catholic---- Church on FUNDS FOR BUS If acetate; rayon /Is shiny I State compositions festival by next Florida spring direc-and ,Susan M.; his father, Robert B. t t
Quests at the steam-pressing as for wool Dunn 94,of ClevelSTRTTWe
I, and spread on our mini clubs meeting struction because of toning : may tors ; children : :
regulations East 4th St. will Its doors Including one by Waters
Included Bill Knight of Titus- open be effective I If shine beremoved Mrs. Edith Pallant, Stan- A
:Mary T:'Carrie). Chaplain. 'vllle, newly-elect-d lieutenant-j Board were Adjustment refuted at a hearingat Zoning, with a Thanksgiving service at : or I If a dress arc a j I :D:. !Spirit! --.J I ley E., Jr and Paul R. of Cleveland ','

Mrs Wlllaford Ransom ,governor for the 5th Division, I city hall Friday morning 10 a.m. Thanksgiving Day although Tallahassee, Nov 20. Three hem consider lengthening some i Margie Dunn of Kent, d 4''
Leach, President. and V. C Brownlee of Port' On application by Stuart Lodge I the formal dedicatIon. Florida conntlra--fit. Lucle Martin other way that suits the style of I I II generally a wise precaution Ifi[Ohio. and Mrs. Hazel Sorensen :
Pierce. The club will sponsor a 1240 Loyat order of Moose Lots has been set for FebraUry. The and Walton-received two the dress For example: contrast 1 the material Is not labeled preshrunk I of Rocky River, Ohio, two brothers '
banquet for the high school 20 and 21, Block 1, frazier ,Crescent pastor, the Rev. T. J. Geary saidtoday I payments of capital outlay funds I bands \may be Inserted In the' I and three sisters, an of ;,
football team Dec. 12, It was announced were rezoned from resi- "We feel that this special t,-this week for the purchase of skirt; a yoke may be added to a I It a skirt to be faced /Is circu- land, and three Cleve'f'f
REVIEWS Is most I for beginning -
HUT dential A to business D. On application day of appropriate the building j school buses, State School Superintendent skirt; waist seams may be let I lar or flared, cutting the facingon ,\
by Vernon Chason, LotS use new I Colin English has out, or a belt of some other maI a bias la good technique. If The I lave wuuyN| c..IIIM S '1 .
thankful to the
ASSOCIATION"J
HEADS for W4 are so
announced I I t'fial may be set Into the dress the skirt Is straight or pleated, funs
defective
Block 10 Potsdam Subdivision, people of this community and on an tigl tmiijj. ,j'
IMPA MEETINGty was rezoned from business D to others, who have made It possible ] Martin County received two and covered with a novelty belt. | use a straight facing. If this dilmnrvi, spirit nil rooli, stoves '
commercial E.: All members of for us to accomplish somuch. checks of $1006 each St Lucie If a hem crease conspicuous. I type of skirt Is not made straight and (umatrn and giwlme and
I the board except Chairman T,! ." I received two checks of $2058 try wetting the crease line on the I with the goods, a shaped facing UTOKIKIlrcoids'
wrong side, then turning I the i be best. '
i. T". Kennedy were for each and Walton was sent two may I
| Manager L. B. Eurlt ou1 *- the session present The public Is Invited to attend I checks of $3780 each. Martin goods over on the right: side, androlling I When sewing a facing to a show that nn the OUT
1 briefly the events which he +e the Thanksgiving service which i County used these funds to buy the crease back and forth skirt edge, an ordinary seam will age day AnulKH has '7m) booms, <
I Mayor Phil Pence attended y Yr NEW CIVIC GROUP I will open with a high mass to be t one passenger Ford bus. In the fingers to work it out. do If the skirt is of light-weight fires, l 141'>, store lire. "Ml! factory I
t i ie annual convention of the followed by an address by the Press on the side after loodJI.Jut I
wrong with
/ heavier material
fires, 6 church fires. U nchnol tires
Release of the funds made
ADOPTS BY-LAWS was
directed l
The choir, by
pastor. .
ida League of Munlclpal- wards.If It be best to turn '
I may pad 3 .. ..
under State Board of Education hmp.IJ' j'
Constance, has a
i In St. Petersburg at the Salerno Civic Association, Miss Phyllis a skirt hem must be let out under the edge of the facing and
kly noon meeting of Rotary group pledged to the develop- prepared special music for the ruling allowing for the release to its full extent seam binding I top-stitch It to the skirt edge. The use tvn"| 11 places where r
f hlaholm yesterday uent of that community, met 30- occasion. of the first two capital out- or facing material or both, are Then hem the facing to the fire occurs nxisl Iritgiientlv are, I
reporting that progress } strong at Salerno school last I I lay payments to the counties foemergency r 1 called for. If the dress fabric I skirt. or finish the edge with In '":(\'I; :dwellings:: snore: ; and' a
school bus ;
I tell to have been made at night, and adopted by-laws. A AT BOARD MEETING I purchasesThe is heavy, the seam binding may seam binding and sew to the underside vt'link',. apartments s ,
5 sessions Eurlt said a spec- public program is planned for H B. Kraft acting-chairman for the checks months represent of ,July payment and be sewed directly to the skirt of skirt with a catch-_ Onrl'lMlmhll1. |HHI,,', and maim. 1t t 1\\41"I
roeetlng of the League has Friday, Nov 28 of the District 10 Welfare Board, August. edge Then turn the binding up !,!itch or slip-stitch, { alluring pi.mis. I TJ ;
i planned prior to the pri- Is In West Palm Beach today at I so that about one-fourth inch ---------- '
es next May to draw up a The people ol Albania are pert I the November meeting of the Only the first three payments of the dress fabric is on the un-I ,il',
loniuuitt' M nh' of the capital outlay appropriation rtersIX'of the skirt that is
tot definite tax- ( ly m board. >
securing _______,_ vducVtsit '
.t nn In the school" bill hn o fold I T G WRONG a,
i help for the State cities. don f along the line where I
J been released and State regulations I seam binding and dress fabric" Ii. :
|aid the State well '
was repled a ,
1 at St. Petersburg'and, require a survey of the Join, because this would causes i) Wh oil
county school be made the'' skirt I 1
new officers were well dls- needs edge to ripple unattractlvely -. !
before'the t If the dress Our Store, Meet Our wient Staff, and See the
over
the- Mate and ]"
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TOM! WAtSON :Vt; can release the funds. The Mar. Is light-weight. a facing tY ,
the- t lm
Large of M
various groups at- Variety due Bought to Suit .
tin County will be started
Several ![. Attorney General! Watson nr survey an Inch wide when
orial candidates prospective attend- 'laws clotted presik'nlIf (lie' Jan, S, 1948.Checks 'needed, to give body to the good'i rN ds.

well as numerous State National Association 'of Attor for capital outlay funds edge

and Representatives rays General' In its ainuu" ,'8<... already have been sent to five As facing material for BESS H D ARE CO.
Florida counties for school bus or wool clothing, lightweights
r Evans Crary complet- Inn com'f iilum. The Florida Attiirney purchases and to two epuntiebased cotton makes good facing. Pre-j '
[l days program with a General for the past Iwo on a school survey, shrinking a facing material l is i J'i
of the meeting In yean 'has he-en instrumental In 1'I it"
er Monday at which I
pitting the anise work of most l\\
Road Department ten- of these ofli<'ia!. against closed! '
accepted the county
,
project shop contracts, a nationwide Where Can :
movement whkli culmlnulnl In ;

> Inlet' fa the largest bay congressional action to oullnv ,i

i Pacific Coast the clued shop. ,


I. STAGe, SON COACHING TOGETHER .

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An honor guard stands watch over one of the 171 caskets of Pacific !

w war dead arriving ut the Army depot In Memphis for distribution to 1
nine Southern' and Midwestern Stilts. The bodes arrived In San THE

< e Francisco! Oct, 10 aboard .the funeral! ship. Honda Knot, and were

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24 Hours ?Service U. S. 1, Hobe '

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I Abas, gtagg,'(rI&btalD.a.;):" year-old football coach,' C..wk.rl.aI Thanks: to all you wine came 'to my I

hid son, Anne, Jr.discBu football at Snsqnehaima Unl- ha:. a thing opening; and who have been patroniiing; ; my
In coaching
Sellngsgrovc; Pa. where they a" sharing
> Jointly. stare, the elder, made football history ai coach magina stock and new place at Hobe Sound. I believe ;it I Is one LA'
e University of Chicago for 4e years. He eoaehed at the I am a t at you will
e .' the Paclfle from MM to 1M7. and to now observing hU appre ate he tessort- of the coolest, most modern night spots on .

ear. .s a gridiron mentor men of o merchan- c the Florida; East Coast and deeply appreciate
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: I l j'' i I!I ilMIIIIMIIIIIIlllll'lUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FOR! SALE I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUHUlllllllllllllllllllllll'FEMALE I I HELP l WANTED I I Crossword Puzzle T ODAL 1 Lf TUN Ai'[ AP COO[

: WANTED One experienced
I cRSSIFTEDI 11 CHRISTMAS them non with CARDS! Order waitress.-One second cook. A; NLLP Alit $ Vlf

\ : ; l [ Stuart New Office your, name on.U ply Alex's Diner, Stuart ACROSS U. Circuit O f 0 [ R E T I C [ N T

; I + L Sine mlnoral 14. Artificial R V R O a E S
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FOR SALE Caroline cooking POSITION WANTED ai ar, 4 wl.naOulldhI..htu/L IS. Flsuron. o?. r R A A R A T t D

tender Reliable, sober rite Lon4On .anoonk AN MORE ACT 5
YI range Single bed. MI West I. Writ. ||e Comp u. pointinno.
f 4th St. If, 11 Box A, c/. Stuart Ne U. Top. num. II. 1m_' ARC S A R D M 0
M. 20 mineblNL gl..I.1:l P l P [ A A R f
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RATES} 2e PER WORD ORDIN- U. R '
If 1 s'ras, urti, A R R A T H E
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FOR !SALE-All NeWi I Barnei f II !5r
t,.1' ARY. MINIMUM 35c FOR 17 HELP WANTED for Air soda 14. ru.. ... .I.h seal STARE AYA
\ "' Molina water 7M1J326; ... .
WORDS; So PER WORD CAFI- pump U. Stuff Rwnrh
N 0pcs.2"x7'andlpcs.2"x I fountain. Short hMirs, good It. Mulurt' /t. CAIAM_ IT [ ICLS ,
'. TAtS, MINIMUM SOc FOR 17 Male fertile. StuartDrug IM-iwumlur:: M: Chi .
pay or P A 0 D 0 It L T C M
steel lit A
'' WORDS. M'V fair pipe; ILIL P.rt of II. WhllniilM<. .
1 ': 'I Gale steel couplings; .-I"* x Co. ff ItlllimilllllllMllllllllltdllllllHIIIIIIIIIII fto..r U. lot ef tho ..LLT TOWN LIRE

'f'I IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllliAPARTMENTS U" well point. Phone Mr*. Wallace / I 14s'tlsInely .front a.. enk rhNb t a t [ l i t R UAran R Rf

MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIt FOR 1 1 1 1 RENT at 189 Stuart ____M WAN/ E D n: E+enn.nnn It IL: Ihort Walk eau'.aem la Solution' '.( Yt'ittrdty't Puult

I I ii" ,I. ; I t .. I FOR SALE Reconditioned niiiiiiiMiiiiimiuiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiWANTED \ ::. :81= a 8, Ann? ... SinS klllatSi. DOWN i

)Hoover Floor cleaner Model 25, : Ma/or woman presentable IL CalurrIrtk E h t I BierkantllaatT ah.kN Y
: I 133. Model 450 Hoover floor ub.bL PI..h .. Ice Am.rldt"
j i ; ; i ,; i apjtarance, forldoorto ( 0. upolss II. "I"u. Indians. .
j d cleaner S32. Haifa Electrifr door wjfrk in conjuritlionwith \: ..ShAk.
I''M. Service Phone 13. tf NatiAal Home Improve foi 1:1: ;114 l .. 0 I L Hlmn/rIn .JlI-. ". '
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\ I R Jiaa.fli.JniRpn -- --- ment Serfice. Salary and Com- ;r f- f- i 'H o (lp.unn .
O t t"I FOR 8,4IE-Oyster shell, $4 yd. mission.fplendld Opportunity.CaU .' I. 1. Dmuikil; .
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Pure neediest Muck, $S yd. All I
j 2iM Vero Beach or write T r- r- / pmpaltl.a
;t tP ; OA 174 delivered. W E. Fettwajr Box Box tf. tf "iJ"" r L r 'w, t j
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122, Hob Sound Fla. 2* I
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FOR SALE Used
4 q Remlnrton 1 Acct nts. Come to Ralph II 1L VlbrilMlltpoint I .. for and mcmliers of patch United
I'' ; Portable Typewriter, lt / / tfiI places: delegation'siafrs permanent Nations drleiii-i.. I
ATLANTIC
COURT
VI Motor Co. for wheel the UN. Secretariat Her the the! Soviet Union and
t" first clam condition, $H. Flshn.hoi. M U ]. yuy, aT 2. 21 tt Ttowrmf p press or AMemhly'ePresident the Czechoslovak I\tpuJt\ !
I Ir APTMENTSSTUAKV inn ire alignment They will\ It. Www
.t" Phone 313-W. 21 % !L OulalOi XwaMu< Aranlm! of Brazil (left), chats respectively '
I I I ': 91 : FLORIDA be you prevent that accliTEb : Ji a ., :
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i 'J Newly Decors*!, Fully Equipped 7 CASEMENT SASH, t light d if ; .

;'::1:114{ ': HousekeepinV Apartments lot : (E 'n-. vMMiplruWIL s LEGAL ADVEKTB
I 10x12. KM each J. M. Phillips. ..JS 1J4t : NEW HEARING 'Christmas
4.iHon .
) ," Weekly or l Kate Phone W -Your next wiring Job Appr.x0. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
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W. T. PAlET, Mgr Kd appliance repairing. No ., /I'f'I a iJ f.nu.i.' ... :FICTITIO9.! : : '
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'f Telephone 915Z FOR SALE 1946 Stre.mllte bb too big or too smalL High IL toandlnnRK1 I". braved' .

I. I +, f 7r,''I.I I/It11iisi111ii11111IM11' III 1111111111111111 Trailer 4 wheel- 1 room, It ft, uality. Lew _t. Phone Stuart ... 1"1 .. T i Nn. ON F FEC CALLED Seals to Hit :Ins 1111'ID/11.Ix I,one'' Ifw' :q5e :' t e,.::
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like newt Mahogany finish, 117. Christopher Electric ... Of >0 Pntianleulr -, la. C/nnH .::: : o M

t FORS%LEI stainless steel sink, carpeted, I Shop. France Apartment annex IL Tdd UIN ......- Mails'' Tuesday Caont tit'-:::': uw.ra.sei :

) IIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIltllll'llllltmilll! electric refrigeration and dolly No. 1. tf ISf 01 I' '" fS1: start kbner. tbwlMn." h.rrllgY .1/
I Will sell for $500 less I It tha -- ThrNI prey ICC Set* Jan. ,7 Date! IDEAL TAXI Hi ICI "
'! FOR SALE PintVple b-i- 41. E..han.. ..... wklek I rill ,,,
plants,
WANTED Boy with bicycle to m Y lab
Caw History
cost H. F. Helns 2nd AveJ I" .
I'\ f /L ltlr .thl, F.vin. mr nr nclpal' p4n!
Coconut palms, Ago palms, Ocean Breese Park, Jens deliver Palm Beach Times. ReviewedWest More than 800 envelope have llnarl. i subs IMA y*
,I I Date palma Cape I Islneysuckle, I Bonus and commission. Apply ; r- It RnounilI. : SfJflT 4ntero tod h A !
eutiLrs. Beach, Fla. 20, j I" 1- ( M f' ; rooted Welbelia :J. L Bus Station, 1.30: p.m. Friday - It AMIcl. of food the 1947-48 Christmas seals am an Mker" perm f.IlK"lkwalnoat. :
3 14. Oraat Uk.tt Palm Beach NOT 20. .
\ Craig, 317 Albany A\n% FOR SALE -- S HP Briggt d ----- -- -- -- --
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I 'I ), I 201 Stratton aircooledft.. i s ft WANTED AT ONcI, 1000 NEW i- .. coo: u.tabrloe FNS> With Senator Claude Charles 'A. Christopher, presi- N.. ii. EL. IT 0. .. I

j FOR SALE Homes Ad I..... i and wheel, $100. Axel A r' SUBSCRIBERS FOR THE MI- Pepper' champion of the ACL, In dent of the Martin County Tuberculosis

l' Something new, A inlPLEX I son, Salerno 2/ AMI HERALD EARLY MORN- OIllOlOClOC: : =::= -: =il :=:l. one cornerMind Ed Ball, managing and Health Association LEGAL ADVEBJUEmirf

: COTTAGE, can also hi used ING DELIVERY. PHONE 160-J: executor of the vast Florida disclosed today, -

,, o as a private home. I ISM sis i I FOR SALE Rave earn new H. P. DONALDSON, Box 774, THIS,, WEEK'S POEMNOVEMBER DuPont estate In the other, the They seals will be In the mails TO ALL TO LEGAL WHOM I Tld MAT

I : rooms, two baths and a 5\ ins Wisconsin air-cooled gins STUART, !LA. 20 oOO.0 0OGorL7oGo. O ,battle over operation of the Flor- by No,. 25 and should be in the end TO ALL INn; .150 p
: :::: =
I j ''. \ ;I door to separate the hoi, for I with high-tension m nottws 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiNOTICES ida East Coast Railway will go hands of Martin County resi Ins hello nN: n.la k.l kmkr n'' h"C: t5 '

I I, 'j', ) I a duplex. For quick sale ill Fine for that small oat or I I Into another round befpr the dents' by Nov. 27. .of. ....n, rk.r. ,5. It .. .' N.

I sell at lowest price and tern\ I! stationery engine. R* h Ulm November day. ICC In Washington next Jan., 7. "We are urging an especially .:'::7..I 1147 nnnhi, w. dnu. d, .q r
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIKDUE I I I I
q Also-x-1 bedroom cottage with r: er Motor Co. U TO SHORTAGE OF SHUTTER A'sky BO blue- At the forthcoming hearing, good response this year," Chris : MiNo. ,: 5a:::


: '. '1 large living room, kitchen an A dazzling arguments will be heard only on topher said, "because of the costly Florida r.T":21.l It I i N A
/ CAN sun Ib .It
r-tnd MATERIALS WE
T 1 f sell FOR SALE-three new, testimony already In the record, Pouter : ,
: r i. bath, with furniture. Will I mass X-ray survey. Th sale CroimnlI. ,5 n.t aria
I ,, still In the crates air-cooled TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF So old yet new. and will be U 8. Hl'k w. 0.Iw loom
J at terms. You're welcome to no new testimony of Christmas seal pays for th bulldlni'PERMIT red : :
ouftoard SPRAY PAINTING WORK ON slr7 Imea
Lauson 4-eycle mo- permitted work done this unit ,
I 'I 1 see these units at OaklaneManor by ,
II k tors. Se us lode% Ralph VI- LAWN PORCH OR HOUSE Brown leaves for rr Ckw\Y.
it ; bank
Old Dixie '
; { ; in Rio, H"ay When the FEC went Into PtorUa ,Inn. too 0'k.
I I t) 11''i toward :Jensen. I miles from ,mer Motor Co. f tf HOLD FURNITURE. REASONABLE Now cover the ruptcy early in the 30's, the du- Smoke Says l4irteH. u.. red.. reran a
{ PRICES. BEST MATERIALS : ,_
f { I Stuart If are looking for Precious Pont estate, under Ball's direction 0.540
/ j i you I D L'XE Avon Tolet Soaps and AND EQUIPMENT. god- Lot I, Rlork 1 0514w. ..500.

i t'' a builder for homes to build,] ,netlcs, the 1 ideal Christmas SHUTTER PRODUCTS CO. Turn back to bought jcontrolllnc Inter- MOST 500151 .Woe. Frank L.., 5..4,5551. |
FIRES U S.
R.I HlikAnd N. I 10 '
Builder S. E. est In A
see Oakowsky the road's bond plan
tto. Order while there's EarthLike .. Aon doadY
to d
n / PHONE 267 P. O. Box 945. START FROMSCRATCH rooiuu
1; F. D Oak Lane Manor, :Jensen I then was offered to the ICC for for tM .moha nl.
t I
a time. me a postcard 4 /
I Drop 20, 27, Dee. men to .
f i bran Nose 01 sM CA'" 4 hr
\ f Beach U. 27r i iI or loosens, snd I will be glad God. duPont operation of the railway for tko ..... N red. Menu.Ott ,
r tu \how yodf this wonderful YOUR CREDIT is good at the ai an Independent, Florida-con 000.4 5.54,0'bkmx
I jl FOR SALE-Pure orange blossom -Connie Curtis Frost trolled Instead of I "h. r w act nA.hold
line\f Qual r Cosmetics. Mrs. :Jewel Box, 132 N. Second St, roux accepting .55 neh. .
;Y-jt" Z+ Tupelo, and other Florida ]' G. \ Hopfns, Palm Beach Fort Pierce 50e per week op- i this plan, the ICC offered ZOJOTH 'It OP. All"I'.VC.1-Iri
.
$t; honey. Ed's Fruit and Novelty I ens an account. CHURCH ALL SAINTS one of 1U own, which duPont Interests r v> RTUAITr I
.
'I 'I' Road BoxJlt, Phone 1S6. W....lnn4Ho T,1 t tonalr
tf
1 Shop. IS 10 1' Dee. 4 accepted, to
expecting
I j I ,! till Des ISME __ ,_ AHern.N ......... > T|
I 1 II NOTICE To our northernfriends II .. ... _.._ ..... ..'. take over operation aa well as P.k a end 1 .r.krINL 1
I I I FOR SALE -.FISHING C1u.as-1 IIAMljMat rovers for all I DIRECTORYFIRST *. oonm>.rion at t n.V .. tklroSniMUv 'I ownership on Jan. 1, 194S. LEGAn OVESTISOlIM
to Stuart. W 0.7TI
returning .
EX. "MISS SALLY nf oack month.
I makes oVcars. Rayon covers An ACL plan to take over the
,
Estate. 36x111 I are still In business regardlessof SATUt .
l' Approximately I -
for RedJfci, Installed $22.50. road was rejected. But on Instigation earoisstt
circulated. 4ie S. Air. Annn FIRST METHODIST CHURCH .
feet In good running condition. rumors being M 05
FI \ r Ralph f\r Motor Co. tf I RIV tUU MA1WKUU lMtOTf 1 SI I WOH sod. SIRoo. of Senator Pepper, the FLORIDA
Built I for sport Our phone Is still 117. Our new .
especially W. C. AI''''' P.wrno I IIN
hearing IN PROS
S/, .. .....,' Ckurck With .... was ordered re-opened
j location is Franc Apartments 0. Odin Cklo
and and \ '
j fishing cruisinginside acttTAlS
'I'J, I FOR SfflE LIVING ROOM Ild4, n. .. MwNne W-.5lp. 1,41 .. a. 8.....' 5ehrL -av. a tlm when Pepper who 0 sAKOttlfl'lu'
: outside waters locally, about Fl'RNJ*'URtU DINETTE SET annex: No. 1. Christopher Electric 101 .. a Tnlnlnu' v._ II'" .. .. P.511. W.nb". himself bad suggested a hearing {
: /' II : I I ..... I .. ... rLECAI.
*' I. wenhrlA 501 Youne .10' r.llowahlp
,
YA1 p 5 p CKEDITOM
I;, I' Florida Keys, and Bahama'1 A, HJyCHAFrKLKA, BOX 12.PHOin. Shop. _________ writ k ..,....,..... III .....h.neou tilt p. .r.. Fiiklia W....... Tko' Stoop date, 'woo at the war crimes trialsIn TO AIL NOTES(JHITORS TO AND P
Islands. Has built-in fish and '. 102-J.V 20 YOUR CREDIT Is good at The too 1100 ...e N .1Udne dr1n1rho K:>.. .( H.... Mutton. nra ... Germ.n,. SAVING 1,5150 n5 0
'. II bait box, llvewell, outriggers, Jewel Box 132 N. Second St ...r.laawdx.d.r Itr4, 4o new lk.tr' ", lId... In ACAINS ID YaTAts, ,
: ,
Last March
I iniiiiiitiiiiiiiiinTniiViiniiiiniiiiiiniSERVICES tko nuraorp. 4...... tko ....In. operation of the N ,n Inh,
Itching chairs, ship to shore | Fort Pierce 50e per week opens *4 .. ., MU-WMkpmfor MtrlM.FIRST ........ road was granted by the ICC to Ya..d x endhear0..rY /o ho
:. telephone, fishing tackle, ete i OCFEREDiiiiiiiAiimiimmiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii an account. I W..._..", tae b. M. 1114..h ..,..... ADVERTISEMENT LJ fW kw. r0..p ?51i:
r BAPTISTSoUrM colt nnun,5 .._ the ACL, but Ed Ball promiseda
a oonr
t Appraised by Estate at 17,000. 13, 10, 17. Dee. 4 Vtollur.M _._ NOTICC 0 Cscorros3 10. nlrn W
nil pre
finish .
y" N J0
... fight, declaring that East An .Nan. .be ,5n.' w d.a.I.. Erelt, f .w5rtk / L r
Can be Inspected at Rybovlch' SAW FILING at t\ Majestic IllllllllllllliiliiiilliinillliiiilllllillllillFOR I I I Tkl U n.Rr..., eundw W. H. Sckool.10.. puke FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Coast Interest would be injuredby ...,.., "'". .;.., of IIART R. GRK N.noowil. nn N rlyd\. hMd I.Anlu I. *
Boat Yard, 40th St, West Palm I for ffllnlt and actg. ... B Too C ., a..... ., m abp .urif04 Ie 1110Nt. CMU Cwm.r Y
I Ii Afs $75e RENT11I11I1111111111I1111I11I111I11111I1111I111I11I1 1e. ) '7 iuiSr' ... In tko Woman'. ClukR. ACL operation e The hearingon .JoI. I., 'Ne. N ... c...l, r4..I att.Cs.ap u t Yd M
Beach. For further information All work guar teed. 0.Doenges. Llu..., Mtlr.M. lit .... C. A. Carii.1. Pot. Jan 'I. 19i8, Is a part of Ball i JndrN 11.", c....., F\erId.. .1 Io acre Nxn It N..A.Ilhl.
i r write W B. Gray, 4> nionlk.THI II,ill .. u. Snndair 1te ... WomanClilk oil,... laAe H_.. tI ..14 awls. a Iu1 a5dr 5x5'W
1 ;I\larln.\\ { 'I, v. g, UTT FOR RENT *- Apt recently re comics or COO JnMoo' .Ad.1t Itopanimrau.Ho. promise to renew the fight. .11101. .,... ,.1 .. ..., svnbp I... H... / ; N dY Bran
::1 r land, Fla. .
Earl Enrnm, Supt. Mo.Inwn Ball, who with former Governor L. 1,17. } .

I I '1 ,t -FOR-SALE-One Thor D WAIT until lit A late decanted 1 All Licle electric Inlet kitchen.wttn oo.. .. W.Pool t. a 5..uSc. _.. PutorCkarrk C pI, _. L, ...Prim... Kiln., 11'Up'11.... at LIli :John Martin, la coexecutor ....,.. fit ALBERT xrkN. of Y.qCones..R nM.Nra.dm pl.n N N tN nikt..Yr.

.I ce as today for auto%>bile River and Ocean view. Boats. School Whip It II A. M.Momlm a. .. Wonklp inks. wrW'. of the duPont estate U said adGo'... I ...dL b\
with n. 0.Rued. u
new, One
pray gun cup. Insurance that you need i or .. N/ds/ 10115400w ; ..... to control duPont Interests worth rAaRNA1. 8. D. N Nr r p
.
at ..,. In
13 and world's finest fishing Au. too nld. Ic5tntor' l
Ith been used $25. One Hot-
er ,
[the financial responslfity 1 04o01 Trio coo CEACMCOMMUNITY AngeLbtnln. N I'm1
new
,., .
I ? stream automatic water your door. Phone 151.... tf CHUItCHP. 170,000,000 In this State. Insider II. 11 II, 1 Ina 4. N *
gas taw. Theodore Dehon\ ST. JOSUWi'ATHOLIC .._ ..... claim that Peppers opposMon. to 4'I"-'A
H. H. Jm.. LEGAL ADV ISEMENT e. d area
t healer. 20 gal In working ; Son. Dehon Bide, Phone FOB RENTI Floor sanding machine 110 ClonluJ. .. A._ ......, Sckool.. I Ml n. .. duPont control U based on Ball's EYA CpARY y

I 3t condition, S20. One 1947 model and edger. Refinish Ynr ItIV.w T.,InUr J. ,GEARY..d., |Putty. S end II ...._. lilt p. nv reported support nf mil FH.rounds NOIRE OP INYCNTI TO REGISTER AUr, r for A,nlltrnUlIII E
Emerson Portable Radio A-l ., ...._ .. .. Flcrrtwus a elo. PWIl.
n s nod itS u/MIN |
at reasonable rate i
1 floor ? 1/,
II your .... .,.,. n. .. IBLE UNION CONGRECATIONAt when he ran against Pepper NN// i. hwbp ;.. Ihl EM Yo.d Pub u. '
{ i condition less batteries 130, 0 i YOU have trouble with year hone 101, Stuart Hardware I Flnl P'Hr 01 web u.ulh 1,1o an. P.I Clip for the latter' feat in the U. < ,len'd. U,_ tM pre 10" of CIIOrr.'I. ADVE5T010oMIN
r s Allan Decker. Box: 965 or Phon hens not laying Then useHesa UFO Cwfn.len. ....... 4 to I A u. ... Tko Ro.. :.. 5l.... putty Itsti 1.s.1 N E Ac'. N LEGAL
$ tJ. U IJifMoon a u. t 41 a. m. ......, Skknoa, 8 Senate. This Pepper has denied wlll. cSkp a11O : CSr1. Nte. I COUNTY p1DLIfrYdRTIN
44-J.__ ___ Pan'a-ndn, Stuart Feed : .4 Ju.llor' bl...4 Cl: .k t u< II **. II...,.. W.nhlaPRgaaYTCRIAN declaring his sol InterestIn Cir..tt c.... I. fOf rill.Cau court fY. ItAnRI'
Store U RENT I Whirling type lawn II .. nnnd d
m. neat ,1 proof
A f it FOR SALE 1946 Pontiac, DI ttt, by hour or day See EPISCOPAL: MIIUNnr the fight 1 II "In the best Interest d wtLea ?:: }hl.' ':' : q, list.sou. I.o ,IARD THE ntTAilA
r UVICUU. ,
SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo CHURCH of the people'Valtiioughin Ma. tn .Ittalrayrog I.I
most new, Can be seen at He*- Kindred Stuart Hard- Will nld, 55s.5ob H.... A.Jv4Ntke VILL I A KM E. .OSBNCAIITB' |
Lucie Grill or call 9133. fltf men. Men's belts.. Luella Dow war\Co. Phone 101. tf Mor'u P...... the 11 counties serviced by the ...... rbbb 1 will ...... lukw, 4't
t ney, 1101 Orange AV.*. Fort art iIL Y. rgNTON 11.",. axto' II a u. Coobr ...._ FTC reside 55 per cent of the I.bf. 0p prlnleol, H_ o .._ to E"nn.l.r.Vk.C"2nlala ?
I =5ho'lIe; U n. .. II..."'. Wonklp.CHRISTIAN .. Jaw, 5a,1 ..w.Yrlr a .0.q Ntk
FOR SALE dr Pierce. Phone 197-M for appointment available ..... State's voter +
1 i' NICE D ABLE rooms now Tilt A. Y Holr 0 un .. J..w. 50.,1 erhol, sex aM aw.npr.a deew'
''i r s 4 lots In Monterey SubdM n U Yew furniture Hollywood gesso A. Y. Cbeu. .reOels. SCIENCE SOCIETY: OF .14. "u.-k Rood AIA, r. a.N,, 15,0 d on' u Id. r
1" .. Y. .. .. 45x5e.pq, STUART Pin. ,. : W nrtr I.laat i. uM sub .hbl tM I'1p k"a
6 ; I with S fenced-ln chief n TRUSSED elastic stockings" beds, Innersprlnf mat H.', c.......... TS4 Cant Pourtk Stnol Asia is' the J. he Continents U. K L Jaws tN. k a. rntkt d i h

; houses. Reasonable price., In knee pads, anklets,, ete. Stuart tresses. Rates from $15 weekly Og. ......,.. Peru,,. P..,... II t. a., Cknrnk .la. .I with Africa second.sixe4 5t list li.ro .,5 w Poe' rnIw.N rEr'rlr

G. H. Donaldson, Box 774Atu- 1.!Drag Corp. U and up. Rex Hotel, Federal 1.lit..P... .M,.,.,__Tonne. PMpto.., llMUne.. ,. :. .,.,," .. _, txd is ..Id. K.TwinN. Ina 1 ab.d.r .0.M N. Irv IY y

art. 6,3,20 ----.. Highway at bridge. tt s-r ... /1, II. tv.r.! rerun WIII' +w N tW Irana
DON'T WAIT until It'. too late. 11
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FOR SALE -2 lots at Porf Sew- I See us today for automobile FOR RENT-Furnished Apt In Lao, aDVIDww dfb.eras Wdmr Ik Ile'N W /b0.lM..oroMhqN

all. 10 and 12, block l llsOO insurance that you need under Port Bewail, I or I adults, mod- di NOTICE or INTENTION TO aE TI

I S ; 1 for both. Kleanther Alrr, 101 I the new flnancla responslbllIty em, with fireplace, view of ".u.. to FICTITIOUS...,.., ebb"AMI 55,0 5.drlexd nod nnwdLM M. umn$5 hr,,

W. tth St. Sanford F I Law. Theod/r* Dehon It river, use of boat Phone 111-'. x mire UI. pwrka. Nt TIh IN W p'Ik'n
"! 13, 20 Son. Dehon BI Phone II. Box 271 Stuart. > tf I dr .. 11,11. L.. of PW/b/ A
I.. Ada55tnr
IUI, will (1"110'" .1111 ... 1.1o. A, As.Ill.n
1 tf Clnoll, earl k W Is N tpr
b
Pk ,
0..tr'5N.w5n 5,1
I FOR SALE: Lumber -Jfheetlng Median public expenditures a Coo."", Phx4a. awa wrola NN rub. 0. 11 '
$60." per thousand Several IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMlAlllillHIIIIIIIIIIIIIILOST l classroom unit for education in t s u...... ttUou ark. -... 1M un.r

J f thousand feet 2x6 Bit, 2x10 M FOUND the United States vary from $".100 rec., ntlKNDLT 1..11.THI T4VSKWn4n nv

and 2x12.: Fine for building < 'wklrk n will nm hi bar, uNTfNT10N toIICTITIWI
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiijfiiiiiiiiiiMmiimiiiiila In New York to IKK in Missis.'JPP1 NOTCI 01 '
:
hake wprin and bulkhAds. See
dock
of
LOST A black1 envelop / CHock Pin. 141 O. uli Len_ r rII 5cm' krotfcf fl *. Jt7
MNIN
-
Arthur Dehon Drfun Bldg. type d bag, at bank or t "" ,, PS.., t5N lh..nb stnI d 55
j + Phone II. f UF' 0. I, 0510 1..1u, ar ad.Ir a Cot ?. i."ugISfjrtr-
I poet of Return bag and 'I'
KtluM'. 0>lr o< StMrt Pin.,I s4
R ; -- contents, keep money. Nof Vic Vet I1n..n no .t Poeuoso hi,,., k jj
1n; SALE: A new 11bunr.low. room jay J 0,44
atJsvl .
) question f Mrs, George h.Nx.aIDWAID a'
i l 13,000 cfh. balance e.kAnIRINa N
r '
$ O Backus, ,, O. BV Ma. 20 M. C n.5Nn. ho,.rl7JsJ5'GU
I'1 p uk. rent. Total fie* 16,000. .f 'C. IC. II, D.,. 4. II.tEGAb **f
Theodore Dehon tffSon, Dehon LOST-Pll, Cameo, I itNfold settlng. KEEP A RKORO Of:: AattOUUMWYMEKTJ !?..* wkkk i. -E/ S

Bid,. Phone '1. I ftOR Klepsake. Finde lease MAOI ON "YOUO 61IrrtuCANCB I + 4.d ; ADVEHTI3EMEN .kfranr1'M11,1 IIrw1MRLJx

notify Mrs. McBride, P. O. Box > i s v' COUIT Or THR IrNTT g n't
antft h. Lau- It \ .y" HtlPFULM MARTIN S I OF ( oflk.ro 5.nh'
SALE: 1H\ p. 15 Stulrt, Fla. 2* Juno COUNTY, rM I
). IDA an no
air-cooled evVlnes. Also CASE OTA, MISOtACIOALYMINTm .
son 1W"
-- -- nl as, IBTATL OPRLIEARLTN k MY ; ,
Irrigation pump Ulmer MoI J'enivian,} archaeologists have RODni TATLO n M.R L IL N,

I, tor Ca 21 reported finding the ruin. of a tshku 5.Cana Tub, 1 1 0 1e. A.Ygeitt11T1ApeoctAMAT10'I

I' "VOCADO"'TRi ante great pre-hMe city J 11 "jlll.re milesIn do M SAM NOTICE OPorrLtMG Pt] POR LEGAL CMUNIClFAI'

gallon e.n. G fled winter. area, which was apparently FINAL DISCHARGE OF CO-E UTOa1 [La TrP

bearing ...rieUrGd 11.10 each. abandoned l In prehistoric times NOTICE, la korok dfnn I n haw YSRteT PaI CLI.n
ribs 5. clod roturaa no < AewknN
thelll at my use any day. when intense irrigation of the surrounding rW 11. .Into of KllanlihnM d 7. Se, Inkk"pt sAJTwI'I
Se known Lan R. Tp'Mr.D.w.N1 t
Edwin A. Menn gee, 217o an
-
vullpyi' resulted In slob! Ikal n 1. raw pPunslp 05015 N W CI'P

Martla Ro.d. poisoning of the soil r Gary Mkldlebrook ((.:.it-)) celebrate* his 5th birthday swaQow) d chocolate, mailed\ milk, containing / hnn So, sod olurtoutloa Mx ,\ b, PIosim 0th, war Twb.Yn r

GENTS for Cool Pump.. AIIelse. anniversary at his home near Griffin, Ca., a magnet attached to a thread When magnet 1141. w. will ppl, k t 1111. T.rdu. p"'aM

Imme ate delivery. 'Two Islands under British con and holds up a nail just like the one doctors removed reached the duodenum It contacted \the nail and tra Anhne, .. -,lr., Cko1 Pbl4.,, Cnotr mono a N 0.M u. ior'* .

Stuart. Hudw.I" Co. Phone 21 tml''are called Christmas Island; from his doudenuiri, or small intestine last was withdrawn, by'\\he thread' tbui making K unnecessary final roMrno snIwuw.1 red -fnr Final.no.N I OhA Cot,ea& k.0", f'.1d4I

1me in the Gilbert and Ell** Islands May. When his partt learned' he had swallowedthe to a'delicate' | ton WHrMM 516.Iwb In 0e r'11)CLAI
perform : nugfca operation.Right .
roR 0.
SAL&-Gru. Wrist Watch, ( T.rWoMk .a.k a 5 ow N 1555'
with of 94 nail rushed him the Ponce De Leon da
Colony an. area they to : R.'TnjIo. D.a.d t ItS M
thin $51. OMt An X-ray showg'tmfl removed. Bent"In 0 qY
preels being )
,
very n.
miles and one In. the Indian Ear NOM .arid Throat Infirmary to Atlanta There i Nnroojkor ask 11.1.
square '
$70.51, Can be s .after 6 semicircle the nail .fa attached ,jh undenldeof 1- 11'pJ. at Hotel St it. Inquire I IJlerat : Ocean. 190 Files south of according to a report (Just !issued In The Journal to *, | CHAR GNITu.. 5pATT15'1.4 r

Strand m lL This Java, with an area of 60 square" 1 Far mrrnrl Iworniinon nritrrl aonr "Nnd of the American Medical Assodatian Dr. Mur- magnet (left center). th*'pin showing at left HRRACL'' O. tlTTHAa8ni.tt.irj ,

.w.tela !bad .nr boss .sera miles. 'VETERANS ADMJNUIrUTlOlfnia.. dock Eqiien Inducedthe I child jo,gulp a man' pear bottom; .It //ft.the '.'Clo*lw.rJ, M (rk It1l, N, NIP 0 RI



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TOT STUART NEWS STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY NOV.tt 1947 PAGE SEVEN
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1 r GRAN 0 P EINING ,!, '}I

1 0 OF ;

BRUCE & HARR S

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\ Q" SUPER-DINER' .% i;!'
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SHELLU. STATION :!


S. NO. 1 AT INDIA TOWN ROAD, STUART :;:1


FRIDAY, VEMBER 21Ii Ii


OPEN 24 HOURS DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK I 4'!\
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The I/j..Has Been Thrown Away t IIr
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,j.n' :" ; Full" Dirifiier: ; : .' 'h.. '
Special. /Course Sunday ,1, ,.,, ,h' :
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> BREAKFAST,LUNCH and fl/INN/ R FEATURING ,
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HOWARD JOHNSON'S FAMOUS .'" .', ,;
A LA CARTE \ ICE CREAM ,;
w Breakfast Special: Hot Cakes W h Pure Canadian = AND '
I HOWARD JOHNSON'S FRANKFURTERS fl'
'Maple Syrup--and We Mean Pure! 5 (Broiled In Butter) 1 t
NO" WAITING HCK,1 EFFICIENT, COURTEOUS SERVICETHE IJ: i

FOLLOWING CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS
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Offe Congratulations and Best Wishes!, J :"i
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YOUNG Stuaft Florida, eneral Contractor :" ,
HERB I' ,;
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SEGERSTROM'S Jensen Beach, 'lumbing Installation ': ';

HOWARD, JOHN ON- '-Famois Ice Cream, Handled Exclusively ,
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SOUTHERN BR AD and .Southeki, Buns Served Exclusively F; ,

SHELL PRODUCTS ,Gas,'Oil &., L*ricants,'P.,' D. Cone, Distributor., Phone Fort Pierce 250

MARK SMITH /Stuart,..Florida,,Painting ontractor,Phone 160-W 1 ? '

WRIGHT EQU PMENT, CO., J Jaclionville,&:Miami, Installed,all 1 Restaurant., Equipment: X

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The One otop Station For,! Fine Food and Super Service"

.A- 'VISIT- --WILL-- 'BRUCE i & HARRY' I MOST REST MODERN ROOMS, U AND TS"T I
ON THE EAST COAST *
CONVINCE. ., YOU _OPEN TO THE!: PUBLIC.fr ,.

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I t TAt EIGHT THE STUART NEWS STTART, MARTIN COCNTT! ,'FlOftltA. ) TIlt1A8 U', ?//Or, M, IMIje


SONG OF THE LINOTYPEby THE CITY ELECTION: -... .. OCl L ;;;;;':
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I ': .r I )ti ;I' ,I $ ptvrart )fetttt \ ERNEST LYONS Next Tuesday's municipal balloting is a primary ele !Horticulturally!! Speahi

tt V I.aalne. by I.AM.'. .Wala. ...___ III a.w W ..... at.e,d ... ... Rr.lt.gM .s Lion ? 11f
; Published every Thursday It III S"'""".) There are eight candidate for three commission ofices ocw e- oao

a'" ,.t11' Stuart, Martin County, Florida, When the rats come out to eat the paste -and Tuesday's poll will eliminate two of them, 'TM following lIrlic1e W4I presented lit tine 0
annual
\' t 'I'I' I; I j Florida by Stuart corporation.Dally News, Inca t And In the the, Argus old boards office creak of a night with echoed treadOf leaving the six high men ,to run it off in the regular elec- Fluid Sii. llorHculluf'll! ocietV lit St. Petersburg' NolYdmCONSUMER'Pi4CKACINC (rrmnlnl' .;,<

.'. '"I Entered U second-class mall the long-dead (hosts of yesteryear, tion on Tuesday Dec 9,
I .;, matter at the post office at I hear a strain of music gay Each voter has the right to vote for three,, If you vote OF VEGETABLES: : "

''f ,,' I' I' I : Stuart, Florida under the AcU Remembered from that wonderful day for core than three, your vote will be tosaed out. You By R. 1 Showalter, Associate Hotticlllturist'
When I arrived and the Editor sent Unlvenity of Florida] t- Call1csYilI.
; of March a, 879... ,
desire.It .
I' q 1', ARE' PRESS Invites out to come and see can vote for less than three, however, if you What Is by consumer packaging w i
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; 34 YEARS OF SERVICE That Wonder of the Age and Time, is a healthy civic sign that this many candidate ever you may chooM! to call this new industry pwpavkdging R.111Ik.. "-
:t L /h, and o.'no The LinotypeAnd have into the field. There is considerable' +) opportunity weighing, bagging or otherwise .. hrv,_,
i ri.. Stu.rt N'... ... a ._ ,. gone packaging Vtgf'lllbk'l! ,
A of ll. .... ..,. ...... ,: ; first markets established rwr 4
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lh ftr.tlublliilinl were
I it ;y' -* + choose which la good thing.For l1ulire ,
'j", A FREE PEOPLE '.r.. 'In SIj ,..... Apo 18, r ,- for voters to a was Itt",1Wd
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l' Itll, .... .Vu Hliurt ........, .,let The Town Band played "' the News that to designate tire new merchandising metliod In Hid, JUaI,
i b "h'.h' 'r. Tlnm ... .. ,... the good of Stuart, suggests you, asa the
I'J" 'i" 1 ij II..... I. IKI7 Th. M......"D.U.hd. N,.e.. A serenade voter the responsibility of seriously consideringthe aging operation was performed before the( produce" entered| daffy
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I"" For )' stun. Consumer
,. H" "," ... t......... ..... .. me .of the candidates and vote for themon packaging another term referring in th
.b. qualifications -
\', :'1r r: ; i& iKSxl__ L.r.riWIN ..... ....d.. 1..10.... Here's' the Opr; it's seven aye em'y'y their merits along.standards-. integrity. of a unit which bas been previously wrapped; In 'OuV'nt) pry"Isnk I a his,
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be warT t-onsumt'l'
comes my to select and home
J 1 'I, A for of choice after have definitely carry with a
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t I 'I 41 i j'' -: r, LYONS "i.7"fIe..1.....'. .. Yu.ax lI.n., ParisT London? Pumpkin Gap? '/ i r made up your mind 81 to their civic qualification handling. Prepackaging, or consumer< packaging aCiS" IlnIIIIII 1l tIuIt.i
ii J Ij, Tappety-tappety, tappely-tap, produce In the package has !been trimmed washed
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES and their ability to operate a million dollar buslnellS-the ?. mh
lapin I and whir with the breaking day; for bmwlPThe .
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\ \', .',' \\1\ I.1'1''.' "oIv.,".,'.I run, Incas. ."o... M umB.nitaivU Tbb. ....._.... e.nN tae Halt Men and minions, little and great,' \' Be chary of following "directions'!: by any clique or toes and beginning onions have consumer'been sold packaging i. very)' Ud to trace( ga
i .' 't' t Tb,. ,..rvjwb'. ,..r ok_tliii..... ..v."......... Speed? me the news of love and hate; group This/ is your election. Think for yourself In it and in various mull eanlmmt h !
'Ii t; Allrrfwlla YMM .Iu. ly .BUIM la IM YM r.. MYnaMtM..f .n .._ years' The R T Brown f at ,
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j i I 'I'' I' --- Wife, disgusted, peppers mateWith hcose: your own candidates on their merits as men tannery Spriiigfl, }Mass't, ,t"lilgdlO! / :
of Farmer
F r Brown
made of the
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OF THE
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attempt marl
( double load of number eight I' narw. ,
r "tH I I' h. A".04 Pro,. units of f ''spinach wrapped in ( Pent
iii ran film.
'i (.It; 1 f.f 1" 'I..l -. wnnM4. Ifl a.aka.anwlr,MM ............ ..Na.aell a Yu. 1111'ff AP.bU..1I.nr ""...0'._aU th Father drowns In rescue try farmer Brown is packaging eight W Ira of mind. PI'"lelJl1iI

: 1, I l ;'1 :::t I 'IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInI1111111111H1111I1111IH111111111''''' ; ,,,, ,, i,,, ;;;;;;11U1111111111111111111111111111111;; ; ; ,,", ,,,,,,,; ; ; ;; Vishmsky. gives U..N.whir the and lie .snin.. I"Llpketvclicketv. ; I DownStreet .1 week, Los \ cart wget.hkf,,.,
hewo'rldiii'H' In Angelel, CaL, the Sunny Sally
What a fix \ Vegetable gnaws' tau
; Worthy/ of Meditation/ We all face ruin, just like that, -B; MARY HARTMANROY packaging spinach In 1939, and in'1946 sold! between 5 and 10 d.

1"1' 4' "' If Smith/s/ 'elected stead of Pratt '' CHAPMAN ANDREWS, noted explorer wag mentioned in an consumer unit In cellulose a< /
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/ What's this Another baby born? editorial paragraph in' 1 he News recently Shortly afterwards his' father-, Since 1945 (the Ohio State Agricultural Dqieriiiiei' Station.
!y ,t tI'} 11'; Thlough unity of action we can be a veritable colossus Pop JoneS! has gone to "The Great Beyond. n.law, Dr. Anderson, visited the doctor's brother Andy ,Anderson, at : operation with the Creat Atlantic and Pacific Tea Giinpaw'bitl
1 1 in support of peace. No one can defeat us unless we first Meat we're shorta conducting the much publicized Columbus ,,
prices zoom, corn, the France Apartment here Stuart extends a cordial invitation to the' t'xpt'lim"IIt.] 1110 wpol'
i'' d..f'at l oursehes Every one of ui: must be guided by this A leader dies and thousands I am all packaged in the A P
mourn, n' Andrews who join the long list of notables for which this vicinity; I Is Company warehouse; In l ColunIu, .
!"I t I truth .. Firemen rescue\ cat from tree- "', noted, sold in ten super-nSukets equipped' with wfrill"rall darlday i _
1 4 le -Dwight tie Eisenhower All that's grist of the mill to me, STUART: SPRINGER is a'' gold medal winner of the florida'' The emphasis in this study has been placed on consumer,

r' 'Illllllllllleiinantiuuuuuunnlnutinmuauusuumutunnniliiilili" ''' '''' 'ml' We're short of news, j Academy of Science for the best scientific paper written In 1938.' and the reduction of spoilage and waste anTphn" ,

i,';; 14 YE EDITOR'S; EASY CHAIR There's nothlll' big!':; s \ k Smog that time he has become recognized as an International authority During the last few years the consumer. pack iRing!( III| first. poke,

r Feed me, brother, throw me a pig.. ."t< r on Ichthyology, specialising In sharks Like most successfuland has IIttracted'wide spread! interest All types( pf mate<| and imi
j t JIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIMmilllllllllllllllllllMII/ / / / The Editor writes on the Atom Bomb, e progressive,research: men he lives so modestly ,and is so journals, as well as newspapers; are publishing aitiekn. ri*,.iW!|
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...\\J,! v "" l t In I the northwest l coiner of Martin With a Capital A and a Capital BIt absorbed in his experiments! and writings that his fame became Pro-Pack-Age, a new monthly ttpile journal' devoleil' to,modprn atilt

: '' ... f fii milt from the County, about 40 seems they got a plan to bust known here h his close associates With his attractive of packaging and merchandising fresh foods stilled/ |Ilul Jlat> ,. k
county rent of Stuart All
dust
creation into librarian
a new town has been and three he has lived in the September erf this '
i' wife (a former ) young sons year.,
.If '"',in/ The I name ol this Here's an item that's marked 'MustWhoa '' I
t.' town is Marcy. Where it got that ; Otto Kubin home, on the riverfront on 1st St. A. a biologist and There are several reasons for this increasing public,, interest Wen
I.p'. nanu'. 1 have no i idea t hUll I trying to find it's me, j J Miss the of shark 14 In the fresh produce estimated hit
k i' 1 am put, and if any "Hie Old Linotype I remember so well-" zoologist of Biltnct Springer began study | industry ( 20 to I II \prorates'lie \

t renders< of this newspaper know the.anHwer, I hope you Remembers me? Say, what the hell; ,_ years ago, lIis first professional venture in Florida :was at Engle edible produce grown hi this country is wasted smacks Jet,
l i4 wh' will write me about it. Don't I deserve a Capital LT- "'\ wood where he managed supply business for zoological research, the line between the farm and the ',consumer Our Kistdul: ,, Ui%

)1 l'' :Many' is the spot where the new Florida East Coast "That stuck with us through fat and lean "' J\: '\ He (then! managed the FlorMaV mml Products Co:, a shark fishing. methods are particuliirly bad in the present Jll'rio.of\ world bid!dm.
1 s iaihvay\ wcteiiMon from Fort "Is making way for a new machine. ." t concern in the keys which closed, for lock of manpower when the ages and high food costs: which are partly' attributed fr, .tlio,' high!>moUstnljuUm
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1 ,I Pierce into the Everglades: The roughest words I'll ever know- i i; war began In 1941 he became associated with Shark Industries, The housewife of today has been ediicalni In tnsbail .
i 'rCI''eli'' the right-of-way of the aboard, Air Line ,Railway, "The old machine will have to go ." '1', (111 I l+,I''' r" Inc A year later the government assigned him to the Navy with quality] ', grades, balanced diets 'is tiding; frrsh \'I'\.hu!\ ad
i ,,, n n scutheaet t of Okel'ehloee. The spot is almost exactly in the Come on, brother, brush the keys; ,,'I Jf"' duty) in the Nava'', Research Laboratory Washington. Experirpental. lire metlmds for preparing the most tasteful t and
l i r 1 northwest' coiner of Martin County and it deserves notice Give me the letters I'll make the words- ;, .t :" work took him to Caps Cod, Panama, Miurathon, Ha., has also learned how to avoid the lung liours ,of toil in the lilehed.
not bwause" of its size perhaps, but because of its possibili. The Editor says I'm growing old ; 11f.j/'J '/ ,-', Murineland and to Loyola, Calif where he was one of four scientists day which were\ demanded by the old! methods of [flesh! prt1w"<

t ; ties To start with, it had two railroads: and that is more' I gotta make way for the modern day- ;,((,\ a" to perfect the shark repellant, widely used by aviators and Thus, we find an increasing/ I demand for fresh produce prepmlasi.
'r ; r I' than Stuart can say V\ hen I was out there two weeks Well, when these puts are. still and cold "I:., seamen while adrift In the oceans. After two years with the Navy, vance for cooking or eating.

r are it had plenty/ of water, not in pipes the way most of us And out to the junk heap I must go young Springer returned to the expanded SharI: Industries of Mar' Many problems, have arisen In connection with Ibis lad naAllI.
i "ould prefer to have our water, but scattered around over With a merry heave and a blithesome ho, tin County. This summer he directed activities If Biloxl, where merchandising, and research projects are! being/ initiated tif'has

1 ,,! I the landscape The new town can outgrow that difficu'ty' Do me at least this final grace- I startling discoveries! of shark life resulted from his continued sludiei ment agencies and many industries In an attempt (to find< the, 'Una
nil U} a bond Issue and construction of a few !sewers Tap me a farewell line or so: ,r' As a contributor to Science; the national publication for the- rw instance, authorities differ as to whether die pukajm (Vmllk

I 1N '! 1 hI'to./ .), :Marcy' hay! a housing !situation, When two "He lived his life at a lickety pace, advancement of science, he plant to publicize soon his findings for lane at the shipping point or at tire terminal nr\ri.cl\ Son age

I 4i4 main line raihoadu/ cross, it if necessity to keep watchmen. Face to face with the human race," .,I II the use of other research! workers. paused the Research and Marpcting Act in 1940 (Politic, law7b4)aa)

I .. I l Therefore' the railroad themselves are responsible for Or if that won't do, ,. STUART COT a free advertising plug in the Miami Herald recently emphasis has been placed on marketing research by. Fcdi-rJ andatrncl. Si*
I i ; t ) \ / I Just give them my sig, when Ferman Wilson, real estate editor and columnist told of new .... Consumer packaging alud already IJI'iug.IJIIIHhK1
inJ', I r ,1 ') the "Etaoln IIhrdlu I" */ homes going ,"\.begging here Whether that b GOOD advertisingor Florida Agricultural Experiment Station are !being expelled: 11..11..
1/1 1 j, H Seaboard trains from running into the Florida East Coast Out of the mind! o( man I came, not is open to question. But if Harry Clancoffl two new homes in new laW;

trains or vice versa Several attractive homes that/do not Made of steel and tinkling brass "" essey Addition sell to homeless Miami resident who transfer,their Before! prepackaging can be "successful) then are t conSJdmj

t t : ,i tt 4 kok like railroad lIettjun houses have beer! con8trticted at Ready to shape In lead and flame interests to Martin County, the community! will! win-along with Harry number' of basic lulmratory test which must be m!ule will) the f*
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Marry, and as these arts in a Ifne the town'a first! street has Immortal hope, place mortal blame MRS. CLANCOFF wrote the editor there:{ "We have built two variety of packaging materials on the market, For example, ft '
) "This shall
to too
l'' i' barn) laid out. Of course Marry has a through highway, Ready say pass"Or CBS houses,each with two bedrooms, furred walls, tile roof corner erent standard types of celkqliane film are bnni\; nniiiiUlurrdl} )'
r echo the of the ,
y brat wild! jackass.
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{ li which Is the main line between Okeechobee and Indian- This is no obit I'm not dead- ". V steel windows, with kits landscaped. For the post six months we single company. In addition to reHophaue, tlie (oil ,iwmg( his 1*
a : 1 town, ,, and this too i is paved y The traffic is not t as heavy as feed me, brother; throw me lead. 1 have offered these homes for sale at the nominal price of $7,500, been used for food packages: Pliofilm, invhtc. cellulose srrUde,4,
F', s It ii on U S. 1, iut Marcy ha ponsibilitie. Spit and sputter,,hiss and spurt, < but up to date they have not' been sold I am only writing this to cellulose, Vitafilm, and polyethylene.
:q ,S, 111' I do not recall ever before having seen a town born, The mouthpiece clogged tell you there are some good values in Florida. Wilson describes Rapid progress has recently been made In the ,itomiufartw, fnew f

l 1 and! consequently in thinking of Marcy, I look forward to Here comes a squirt Stuart as that pretty.as-a-plcture, thriving little city up the coast'I plastic, paper and synthetic rubl er film and pudagpl. Ttf"""

'\ +' tiF the establishing of the Marcy Enterprise weekly newspaper Of white-hot metal), molten tin- from Miami 30 miles the other aide of Palm Beach' Mrs. Cluncoff nateruls and mcthixis of producing the various films are quite*

;i devoted to the happenings of this crossroads com Watch him jump-It makes me grin added: "If we only could transfer these houses to Miiaml they.would ferent, An outline of the manufacturing process for a'Ilaphasri
i. moody. Who knows but what the northwest corner of To think of the Ops who all have been to sold immediately" show nil. only the composition,but the possiM variation in lilt pd

a t Martin County. with two railroads, may not some day enl Afraid of my consuming hiss/ OIl +. THESE HOMES ,are on Bryant Ave- across from.the )J. M. Phillips. which result In very different physical properties of the ills
l eeul I in possibilities the northeast corner which has come Another miss I lie calleth me a nasty name. home If this ad sells the homes well let Harry and Bee off for the Cellophane, Is regenerated cellnkwe made from cotton draw sad.
1 11 : I' to be known as Stuart? Listen\ to him. Brother, shame. usual advertising rate as we don't have a license; to charge brokers The highest quality cellophane A made (from t cotton but the t.l I

t How Stuart got its name is still, in my mind, matter Call them Banner, Argus, News fee. The same offer Is good to Arthur Dehon, realtor, who! has several the supply comes from wood pulp .Pieces of pulp wood "* u""r'

h, '1' of mystery Of course. I know the old story about a Names are! nothing : just the! same attractive( new, homes on 4th St. for sale 4. P. 5.1 I Three" prospects hl sodium hydroxide solution, cut Into fine pieces, ,linn} treated f
I 1 r telegraph operator whose name was Stuart and the theory' There's a magic something In the name have driven up from MiamI; I arbon disulfide 1o produce cellulose xanlhate. This modern k'*

t that the town was named after him. Perhaps it was -1 I Of Clarion Bugle, Advocate. STORM LOSSES are still' making headlines in ridiculous proportions with a dilute solution of sodium hydroxide and aged) fur 'o"" *

tI : don't know that it makes any difference, but before Marcy Time is a river without a date ; but tliere's one we've failed to report( : And it'I important toa under'' a high vacuum to remove all air bubbles This, vt*m1'

) ; get to far along, I think we ought to determine definitely It births them bright and buries them deep.- certain bridal couple In town. Not only.were th. entire wedding l J. then ready for making cellophane sheets! viscose rayon t tt,
ti d just how it came by) its name, so! when the history U'written The Poet's Corner Today's Best Joke, arrangement of' the Irving Handy blow away the night of the cellulose In the manufacture of cellophane" the) v *
I r of that part of Martin County, we get off to a proper How Old Lady Larkin broke a leg, hurricane (with the ceremony postponed 24 hours) but donor .forced th ugh n long narrow slot which is Immersed IxW) the edr"
r start I Whose hen laid the biggest egg card blew off of a beautiful cake plate ornamented with silver de I'If an acid coagulating bath. The resulting film is run through! II iii
u Y a Ever been seen In all these parts: Alice Ann and "their' ageoke
sign. Irving are anxious to.express ppreclalimJ I containing a dilute, glycerine solution or other softening
t;, p '1 ) ,e al In a recent issue of j Look Magazine, under the heading I Read'' it, brother, all you can lose for the wedding gift and will. appreciate )knowing the name of(, hen dried. This film is not molstureproof or hplltSl" ling. A'
"Look Applauds", appeared a good picture of i IS the nickel spent for the Home Town News:' the friend who sent It in (thin b'a' r
my younger of wax, plasticizer, or resin must be applied a very
To Him who made him
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i 1 J'I+ brother, Dr. Will Menmnper, but the story which appeared both ... *. .. P"mewl
I sides to reduce the mofatui vapoiftansmteioTt
Who made me, e ._O.r: :: =::: o000t'oOo- ,VI' '
3 on the same! page/ way entirely concerning my other brother A last ,I for heat-sealing. TIle common heat.sealing"" and iwj
requestIf ,
Dr. Karl. Tie Topeka Sate Journal, published in my in the Elysian Fields NEWS and COMMENT proofing coating hav poor adhesion to the cellophane' tM 1sof

't old home' town, was\ much amused by this mix-up, and gays There I is an Editor, young and green, water. AnOther treatment, tailed anchor coating, h mW"' ?

I ; i ; i i 'the famous Topeka, psychiatrists. Doctor Karl and Bill wo me a savor, a..oCfa==' :rOCIIO=OCl- --"---OSSO--- ..ui._ m.Mnt.. _t* .tvta/t..__._ .(.nr.. r\arlnatn....<.t. wet.._. matRrluU.mm / : .. .1.'
d'4'r"a'' Menmnper, have become so syn..nomous' in America's consciousness Let him have / THE' OLD STORY that porpoises will push the body of a Pliofilm ts made r---by treating" rubber with hydrogen I
aado
!' t 'r ) of neuro-psychiatric treatment, that it is difficult The Old Machine drowned man to shore received verification last week, ac- form rubber'liydrochlorlde. LumarHh b cellulose acetate' anIn:J

r I these days for the news writl'rs.to. separate their The Anifela all will gather 'round cording to the Fort Myers News Press, which said! "A wood or coftoit cellulose treated with acetic acid and .relic Vt I
l., identities It might be advisable to call in newspaperman To read the hews of the old home town- school of porpoises was credited by the sheriffs office Vltafilm and Vinyllte are polymerized plasttt /resins Thrt.

1 5 Ed brothers Mennmger from Florida and have him edit hi/two Who took part in the Heavenly Sing, with bringing the body of R. C. "Rastus" Chambers to the polyvlnyl' ehlorkle. loseIL.. Vinyht* Is a copolymer vf' vinyl rllJOi.reoaJ.

Who took a header and clipped a wIng surface near where he drowned off Pine Island Sunday, Ethyl made by treating cellulose with ioditlll d.54 j,
w That is \too much to expect of a mere newspaperman The Latest Word from Your Heavenly Grace Chief Deputy Bryant Baker 'said the body was recovered Idt! and ethyl chloride. Polyethylene I Consists of !Img.dl"" Lrf
t'r If Look had deal big/l/ '
) Magazine to with three brothers, the situation And- under! r'-
inns
would be hope'ess' r when George Long of Punta Gorda, employe of the Two groups formed by polymerizing ethylene gal ;
1 It would be grand Pines fish house noticed the school of porpoises rolling and high temperature. ... .J'ill
_E.._A_. M. To have an Opening Serenade and splashing nearbly, Long, through hiu; field glasses, In addition to the choice of packaging material,.!, *\a 11eat4sd

f KEEP FLORIDA GREEN With maybe a classical piece or two cold see the fish apparently playing with a body which the packages are also rery Important Some vegetable stalk .,II!

1 From:: the Heavenly Band vEtaoin x they deposited on a grass reef ,Baker was called! after ally wrapped. A head of lettuco'an ear of torn or I d.
1' S Florida's cattlemen are now subscribing more and shrdlu. Long had gone out Jn a boat and recovered the corpse with the tops trimmed may be> loosely sealed In celhpbawwrapped wSe

i, more to the practice of improved pasture-instead of the OIlO-=='OOO'O: : ot-oaotie: : Bake earlier had searched the section by air but has been In Pliofilm Strelch-wrapping is techn"'5"* *,#fad
l' I common practice for years of burning over the woods to unable to find the body." Pliofilm ts heated momentarily toe temperature of f'T\l Ied.|
get a quick stand of new wild grass Letters :To The EditorEditor J C the vegetable Is pushed Into the elastic film and' tightly' )' tea

I Hunters, campers and vacationists should follow primary ._ __ OUT IN Los Angeles a couple I is suing a bottling company wrapping II applicable i to! such cropr u carrots,, gr-"stashed enlu1'"T .
4 fire prevention rules-for after all the major fire VIIii I"OU""U V .CI. for $10,000 alleging that a lizard stuck its neck and broccwli. The wrapper Is applied directly to I i ior

hazard is,, you, me, our neighbors!! and acquaintances who Stuart News: I out of a ginger beer bottle and leered at them. The weight of vegetables. Transparent bags are ust.,, fur qul.iof : v

wouldn't think of creating a forest fire deliberately In re your editorial "We're Not In North Florida !hi rt hurricane ,nly thing which weaken their case Is that they admit Items such as green beans, spii-ch, salad mixes, P"PpPfSt[ .,J"
but who do start hundreds in carelessness.! damage to State Road A-l-A through Martin County also that they were having their second "Moscow Mule peas and lima beans. Certain mamifachirenare (

Florida is now in the first stage of forest protectionthrough lower St Ucle/ County: allow me to suggest that the idea of filling a concoction made of ginger beer, lime juice, ice and.,.-f bags with a transparent film dtr dow to the side. '"TT"boo, ,< ]
/! an educational campaign! asking voluntary co- In these broken spots via dump truck Is a childish method of doing you guessed it-lota of, vodka. If they had waited made with t transparent window sealed In the top of the :.,.J

Fr operation., If that doesn wont:, the next step will be vigorous the Job, slow and expensive Why not urge the State to put a just a little while, a rattlesnake and a horned toad monly used for tomatoes Over-wrapped trays or boolS i soots i I
law enforcement dragline along the river shore, at was done by the county 1938. would have popped out too./ wrapping Mm completely around a cardboard! contaJnet' ? ,
.... ---- -- The sand washed! away la all there; the dragline could simply putIt 4 .ldes. TMst type of' package is suitable for "?
REPUTATION back where It came from,, to any welghth and width. It wouldbe PERSONS Interested 'in focal law enforcement are talking beans ladishev tomatoes and, awed FullY.plulio 1
quick and fast and cheaply' done, and could be gotten at Immediately about getting out injunctions to close a couple of allnightukes green boxes have recently beep placed OA the marlet..t. ,d J
(From Othello)
where cutting, fighting and general rowdiness <
Good name In man and dear lord prevail. rather eipenrivi {lee use as a aegetsbkpacksge.
woman my What think you? The place can be 'closed permanently' as "public Continued Next Week) \1
Is the immediate jewel of their souls; vE.. R. ENSKT, Walton. lIol ance," I'1 was pointed out 'Which Would save the (
Who steals my purse, steals trash i 'tis something, nothing( officers, the courts and the hospitals; a: lot of headaches e '. .e i .
Twas mine,'tis his, and hag been slave ,,to thousands; Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but f difficulty to r& ob*

But he that filches from me my good name. of little things, in which smiles and kindness, and small IF 1H! FOOD outlook' ft.so grim why; Isn't the government against It U another a thing roan's of no oration-nay greet i it I fa VZ!
Sobs me of that whkh'not enriches him obligations given habitually what the heart to $work gitre"
are preserve shouting high heavens for production ter; but to,produce a better in Its place U ,
And makes me poor indeed! and secure comfort which is the only answer. The way to cure scarcity troublesome
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William Shaktspear, -William Di,y. It not by eating let but by growing more. i rpl

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THE STUART NEWS, STUART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY NOV. 16. 1&47'" ..In. __,



I, X. SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY X--i: II I






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PREEMENT A LINE: ON SPORTSCommunity I TO MANAGE BUGS i out 9-0 I
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Tigers' Play CocoaIn their own, 20 with seven minutes COUNTRY CLUB

AWED SUNDAY Support NeededFor left 16 play the Terriers marchedto
the Stuart 21 In nine
plays
d 4d from where Jack Mendel passedto SECURES PRO i f
Final Home Tilt
'y TELEPHONE Y Endicott Visit Dec. 37By Mendel's Nook Davis placement for a attempt touchdown.for

. the 7th point failed. The game Andy Hunter of White Plains,

N 'ED MENMNGER, JR. Titusville Earns 6-0 Verdict Late i ended a few minutes later on N. R, arrived her Tuesday to ,
1 Yorker Will Bring 36- on the Stuart 3 after an exchangeof
ew Squad Local Aid The dIe "has been cast. Uninhibited hospitality will be repaid Pats Friday Two Stuart Threats Fail punts start his duties as a golf pro. ,
Man | by Southern ; j
1x Needed hospitality put to l teat. Paced by Oadd and Sammy fessional and Instructor at the II

1b The story In ,the -tentative" before'the name Endl- Whittle the Tigers rolled to the Martin County Oolf and Coun-t i
Undaunted by Iodine streak that readied
colt on the Stuart Veterans' a has three games, TUusville 9 In the first quarter Club. I
A return gridiron match final closing, of the deal December schedule as the result of the Martin County High School Tigers were primed' today to givea where Oadd tumbled disastrously try

i t hl't'en the Stuart Veteransd night, Coach 'SpillBattlsta with the New Yorkers by telephone Sunday good accounting of themselves as reputed underdogs against Again Stuart moved to the Hunter, secured through the I

v the North Side Socialid arrive Dec J and will bring a 38-man squad here to Cocoa at I p. m, tomorrow. In their last home'appearance of the Terrier 18 Just before the half, efforts of John W. Stokes and
Stuart and Endicott will renew gridiron relations 1947 Mason. j where Whittles attempted field Club President Fred L.. Ball will I

s Athletic Club of Endi-! on the high school field here the following Sunday the 6th anni The visitors will be the second goal was wide and short Stuart: be here this year only for the t

tt, N. Y., will be played one versary of Infamous Pearl Harbor, I I got no closer than the hosts'. 33 winter season ending In May. Be
a It's ot three successive Indian River arch will not be up to par for; '
a foregone thereafter. !
conclusion i
high school field here fie that this undertaking places a terri v 'I'' Conference outfits to face the Cocoa although all are expected Tltusvllle led In first downs has been for: a number of yean !
responsibility on not the '
only Stuart
i PC 7 at 8 p. m. the team as hosts but Indeed Tigers and on the basis of com to see considerable action If $-T, and both sides completed an Independent Instructor In
a Assurance 'of the contest was whole community to try and show our Northern friends five paratlv score. against Okeccho- Oadd 1 1s held back: Ralph Mer- four passes, Stuart In eight attempts I Westchester County. N. Y. and W,
lived Sunday night In a tele days of wholesome enjoyable entertainment. Plans are going for bee and Vero Beach the Cocoa Mtt will replace him. and Tltusvllle In 13 The will teach here at the rate oT Man
one conversation between ward now for a program to make this visit a memorable one for I team will rule as favorites However Tltusvllle I stopped by the fast-I Tiger punting average was 37 hour. Appointments with him
n dleott Coach Sylvan "Spill" both parties Naturally such &enterprise Involves no little exJ the Tigers' strong show In charging Stuart line took to the' yds to Tltusvllle 28. may be made through. Hall at
b Tltuuvllle last where they air In the fourth quarter to edge Telephone 13 or 13W.
Friday
and It Is
lusts and Stuart honoral'Jptaln pense our hope that this community and area will offer .
-- # held the unbeaten Terriers at
11td Jerry SmIth. Financial Its whole-hearted support to help meet It. More details on the occasion
bay for than
at both ends BILLY MEYER more three-quar-
implications ofe
will be
tdd line had made the given later. ters of the evening gives Indication JUST ASBESTOS
game un- RECEIVED
rtaln ever since the Stuart 0 0 0 0 Meyer, veteran manager of of a possible winning con- I SUPPLY OF SHINGLESPhone

returned from New' Yorkt The Clewiaton High School Tigers set some sort of endure the pennant-winning Kansas clusion to their home stands.
am .
month until agreement was ance record this month when they jammed tour football games City Blues In the American AsBoclatlon Stuart will be bolstered by the

e ached on guaranteeing Endl- Into seven days and amazingly enough won them all. The this season, has been.' return of Lloyd Campbell who

d h tt $3,000 for the trip equal to school was Informed two weeks In advance that It would be named Pirates.manager. of He the succeed Pittsburgh ;: Titus was Ineligible with an last Injured week.leg Charley from 3551 $ I.I i.i I.
at Stuart received for 1Uunt suspended for the
b semester by the Florida High School Athletic Billy Herman who was released practice Tuesday, John Oadd11I1111111111I111I11I111I1111111111I11111111111I I
Association so a mad effort was begun to play a full It-fame after the Pirates ended the .
} Smith was Informed the New before the cellar I I I I l l I l l l i l I
season the suspension became effective Nov. It 1947 season tied for
would .
rkers arrive here the
temoon of Dec. 3', and elab. Starting Nov ( Pompano was met and beaten two days COCOA W-4 TOST'.K STUART P...... PAINTS

dJ ate preparations are going ahead of the originally scheduled date Eau Gallic was drubbed STATE HUNTING Ruth" LT ......... HARDWARESASH

rward now for entertaining U.' on Nov S, Trinity Luthern of Fort lauderdale pas trimmed Olee..: to'lI.rrt."w: DOORS

e 39 men Battlsta will bring I 47 S on the 10th and St. Patrick of Miami Beach was 010 y.r.' ..,. 110,.T H.,..c......W.II 0.11nN. PLASTER
wn along with an estimatedor \tfcken II.' two hours before suspension started And the oddest ilK ,It., ......aR" st
SEASON OPENSThe CEMENT
4 O .. 1/11 TurkeMr
more Endicott fans who part of it was the Tigers had done no better than one-He In I'll" whltaka. FLOORING
expected to make the 1400 ..-. ItHH Th........
lie trip six previous games Including a tt-U defeat In Stuart. Exactlywhy r...... re coda y SIDING

Smith who Is Inested the suspension was Imposed has not been made clear although ...... .. .
d urges anyone hunting season for the Orrl.h.I.r Loeser. c. Bhrl. ...
If reportedly has to do with coaching difficulties ....
in any way In filling r something H." I t
South Florida 4th District which
i e Martin County aggregation st the school and allegedly poor officiating Includes Martin County openedat JIIIIIMMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1with Hobe Sound Lumber & Supply Co. '
entertain their prospective i i 0 :
I noon today The restricted sore knee and hip and La- Inc.'I'I
eIIl.IJ to lontalt either him\ or When you think about It for a minute It seems this Texas Howard with strained Y_ f
d ha N. Mann at the fire station. observer has somethln' with this thought: season will extend 47 days thru mar a
Jan. a, 1948 at sunset Ii
"Nobody\ wins a football game any more,* Weldon Owens,
J Restrictions ordered the
OD&uWLUBROES publisher of the Teague Chronicle avers. by

After looking ever the sports pages this week, I found this State Game and Fresh Water P

n Is what happened to the teams with the smallest scores: They Fish Commission Include a ban i

. CAUTIONS were either crushed, trounced, thundered by, downed hobbled on hunting\ Monday Tuesday I!

jarred, shackled outlasted, spilled battered, stopped, trampled, and Wednesday except first four !

blanked or smothered days of Mason.Despite .
hurricanes and floodsIn .. l
Commandments of Safety
the southern portion ot the I "
1 Stressed A* Season State, Florida Is reported headed

Start 1 to Its best hunting season In

} many years. A Statewide game
fflth hunting season openingay poll by the magazine Florida
fi Martin County Rod.& Oun Wildlife; official organ of the
b passes on the following 10 Game and Fresh Water Fish '\' '.
1 nmandmenti of safety: Commission discloses that game ,")
1J Treat every gun with the losses from wind and water were \, ,
pest due a loaded gun. This overcome by substantial Increases :
he cardinal rule of gun safe- In the central and northern
portions of the State. \

Carry only empty guns, Thesouthern 4th District,
4 en down or with action open, which received the worst deal
1l to your automobile, camp an* of all from "Vds and floods, offers
1a l me. the IJtate, poorest pros-

Always be sure that the bar- pects. However, the magazine i
and action. are clear of ob- quotes a veteran hunter as reporting -
J ictlons "It ain't good but It -

J Always carry your gun sot aln t as bad as I figured It would I I
t you can control the dlrec- be." The most surprising report ', Reps

a n of the muzzle. even If you came from an Okeechobee County
mble wildlife officer who declared,
4d
4J Be sure of your target be. "I honestly believe hunting will .
e you pull the trigger. be better In Okeechobee county

Never point a gun at any- .tk,. avr this year than It was the last
ng you do not want to shootNever season.'* Deer hunting will be
1 'good'' In Collier and Palm Beach
leave
1e 1 unless you your unload gun It unaided first counties and fair quail hunting GET SET WOW

1J Never climb a tree or a fence la predicted for Lee, Collier, Monroe -
J >b a loaded gun. Dade Palm Beach and Mar

Never shoot at a flat hard ,......_-_. --_ .. --. tin Counties.
face' or the surface of water. end for the University ot Mississippi now
Poole. mighty
r hot o. Do. not mix gunpowder and rates Big Barney as the nation's No 1 pass receiver in intercollegiate football Crippled Vets FOR CHILLY EITHER1 h

d The big boy) from Closter Miss., played with the great unbeaten :. l :
'WN TENNIS TEAM Army teamS of 1944, 1943 and 1946 before returning home to become I

e ILL PLAY SUNDAY a.serious Wilder for All-American honors Play SaturdayIn

OELRAY BEACH" ghoul be made now to fcat your home with i

I *lx.man Stuart;; town tennis Boston Ketch Crew Tells Need OkeechobeeThe Arrangements, flame-type healersfThe we oi electric* for this purpose In i e
m will .
r meet a similar team In -
k ray Beach for a aeries of Stuart Veterans, sporting and f'' i if !
Id Coastal Waterway Florida is Inefficient arH uneconomical ost practical
I matches at 2 p.m. Sun- For Deeper a four-game winning streak and .' -

nurtured by an 11-day rest, will ish oil. ,
cheapest method
Presenting Stuart In the
r 20. .... Equipment began to wash overboard play a return game In Okeechobee
revival of this sport her ST. AUGUSTINE. Nov. I at > p.m. Saturday.. .
I recent years will be T .T. his misadventures abroadthe and the situation below The hard-won Nov, t and
Citing
.
s hterson, William Ritter, Dr. ketch Valkyrie on :(\eckllOOn was out of hand'be.- Armistice Day victories however, ,, '
iter F. Harris' auxiliary So please, in your wn best Interest sedfrour oil heating1, .
Davey, Lowery st. Augustineto cause It was necessary to teat up took their toll In Injuries from ,
W* Marcia Morse and Mrs. a recent run from '
s auxiliary which several of the players still '
the decks to work on the '
} "ij Reardon Jr.: The local Miami a crewman In this city in the main are not recovered. Neither 1' equipment dealer rig* away. Oil heaters ft lit'every need,
"et has used the old East 4th submitted the entire affair as : Proceeding Charles Hall nor Warren Shipes, 1""

court for practices In the living proof of the crying need with jib and mitten sail, the Val ace backs will be available forth and every household midget 1 are readily av le. ;
few weeks, but the shortagesuitable I leer to Miami In
I deepened) channel along kyrie beat way Okeechobee scrap and Billy
4J for a
court her prohibit Florida Intra- two days and two nights but Smith and Ed Williams are .
return match with their the route oJ the thumping tryingto prominent among those on the : ,,: '
took a severe .
> hOlts.DGR8
coastal Valkyrie WaUrway.Th out or' Mar- make it through the swells doubtful The Injury list list forced post t Do it now before ti first chilly spell sets off! buying rush;

PLAT SintDAT' blehead and owned by 'A.' H. outside the Miami Harbor chan. scheduled *
: of the return
J MacDonald of Boston, made "net without aid of an auxiliary ponement game In Miami against the .. :. (lit will take only a lw minutes.. And you'll Be assured of .
Stuart Dodgers will play New England to The MacDonald yacht. like a '
the trip from Naval Air Station team Sunday, .
'" to the West Palm Beach Inland number of others of deeper draft, : contort rnlmum
acksonvllle traveling the maximum and convenience at cost S I
but Coach Forrest Ferguson expected : :: heating
Stars k cruise south ... ( "
at Little Dixie: Park at route- all the Way. The Intra- had chartered that most of the players ,, .,
Sunday. 'The game sev11 oastal Waterway has been ward through Inland waters andtherefore Ball and Shlpes AWAYI!
than
other DEALER rlT
SEE YOUR
of the teams season b- dredged to a depth of 12 feet] was: unprepared to' would be ready for Okeechobe ? ,f : ,... . ,
en the two meet the rigor of the open sea
was post- Boston to Jacksonville.South Nov
from Stuart defeated the Catfish
>ed a week I the rugged detour from Jack ,'1'I !I. lr .
from last Sunday of Jacksonville however on I' I her ..-,. 9'' 't w .
the request ol the A11- tar.. the canal depth shrink to sonville to Miami."This ( >r t ,'
,_ feet. Th.. Valkyrie' was .forced-_ was th* roughest trip INDIAN RIVER CONFtaENCE, (' s
.RE TO MANAGE ,out O to sea, put Into St. Augustineand wave had," the crew agreed w r, Pt vyP 0' ,, ;"< '' J wrlPGlnmID( Y .. :
|AT CONCERNapt. then hit the open water "and It wasnt as If the ship had 1ft.un... .... Lees Is 0C.eo ,FLORIDP y Le tt
to Miami! sailed to China In the tea trade .... I.Mf 11 II \ "' '
trip
") again for a rough 11,11.-- .....,} .... l. II '; :
and Mrs; John Btavln- beealllt her draft of .' ." would Wt logged this as a pleasuretrip' s'UARr ...1 ..'. 55 >" I '. :
hue arrived here from Los not permit navigation of the .* G. O511M.0 :.000 0 JiOkndukw \ 'f {, \ f
The deepening\ of Florida's In- ; :.e: JJ, .coo I*, IITwItKS ." ) ,
\
ales Inland route. '
tak' Florida ,
Copt
la '
Btavtnoga ..
or' 12 ... t ."
off Vllano tracoastal! Waterway to 10 LAST RESULTS \ -> '
swells ,
over the management of 4he Caught in the hasbeen authorised by 'Tlto..llio .. 1TUA1.Trii. >. .. \ "
tocto River co, whCh| has Inlet, the Valkyrie developed mo- feet Y.lb.n EM G.lle a, (
In Congress, but appropriation of |4. OkMlwkM t. tells of
11 Inboard-powered rental tor trouble, a serious ailment' 11... FREE BOOttET the complete story t w
, II at the bridge, .He has'10y view ot the fact that the shipbad necessary moneys for such., Improvement v. a..eh. TOMOoiRowls IS Cue. I upft Modem Oil House Heating. been put Into depends Boon favorable .- deJt.. ''
for lilt now and expects In no way CMM UlTUAafTlt.i.lll. office or Tout beating
at the special
action present
are the feet in operation In condition for, the unexpected ae Mt Dor*. ,
.mquto :l voyage,to a* rough fen. session of Congress r.



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Iceland was j>r : June It 1444. Art Exhibit i Entry Blank
t__ ___ __ MIamI Nov 20. (FNS) -The By MRS. O. D, QutGLEY At a British camp'; j sergeant and a lieutenant! :

; Beware Florida Farm Bureau Federation Fide of Exhibit .. .. ..___._,_..______________ discussing the new' recruit who had just reported trig
+; t, Coughs closed Its (th annual convention Island Mrs. Mrs.Peter Rasmus Shor of Mortenaon Jupiter! 9 Y'1 CLASS Oil.. Water Color. _.__.._ ,.." ..-_..-.. ..- "'fife thin AS ramrod and 'e don't ford dui

sa from\OBBOI COM here? Saturday by pledging. and Mrs. Jack Saundenon were I + Y'r Black and WhiteArtM'a .: Baa Iteije''._._._ lenlpL,_.. ... enough to 'elp In 'the store" complained even the sergwoCi'look ..'
"hearty cooperation and .upp'ort" Name .... __ ._._____ .. .
the
prize winners at pinochle --- --- "
ThaHang On prehensive In development State water of a control.com.I party Thursday afternoon aloe Addri a '" "'-'" .._.. -..--.----..--..-"-' ."Let him clean 1 the rifles, suggested; !! the Ueutenii

f CreomuUo relieve I program. home of Mrs. Charles Conrad of Sale Price I -,.-,'.__._ State If exhibit In I not for,sale., Clean the'riOesl" barketf! the sergeant, "And'dgoln'
tweauw
promptly Salerno Shores. Other playerswere to pull 'em,through?" Wall ail'
it Street
"e toes Kht to the s at at the Journal
I trouble to .h p IOOMB and expel I Mr,. Mary Chandler Mrs. EXUUITOsVl RCCEirr, PRESENT WHEN CALLING FOR .
oothean p ifgm. and aid Daturato The shores of the Great"Lalei: W. D. Blanton. Mrs. E. A. Baldwin + a EXHIBIT AT CLOSE OF SHOW :,
brom heal 11 raw, tender, Inflamed are longer thai the coroldiml Atlantic -. Mrs. Boy E. Decker Mrs R. MS -
branes.Tell y I'druggist mucous toaeh DIem. Gulf and Pacific,( Courti wf R. Merritt and Mra. Emma B. CtASS.J:__ Exhibit Marker
lil 1.1 I. a bottle of Cr rauUion with the unit you the I'nihxl Slulei..Half ( Smith. Ice cream and cake were ..._..,....., _________._ --------... Bath Room Tile and Asphalt TUe
I' ,I quickly derstanding-allays i he must like the w&7I' If f all the served by the hostess. ARTIST. .. __ .________._.8al. price 'h'_" _'"
to bay your oner cough back or you are the hnnuiv< sensory nerves I :Mrs. Gladys Perry arrived CLASS _'". ''' .. ...__._________._..____ For Cllia"'r'" Also Supply 'of Belgian Tile I ln .rous! colon, 1
: CREO 4ULSION "tilln routaliicd body. Ic'wllng"'in. trip tn h'l home last week 'after about six TITUS .... .___ __'__ .... Uns J/16 Comm *sal
are months in Lowell, Mass., with _. .. .. INSTALLATIONS
lorOwjhj.C estCelds,0ronchitii I i !liumllei of (the two optic iai vet. 'relative and ARTIST -. ._._..,:. Sale prlcet a. ALES
friends. e i Baths, DrainboardsiV Porches of
i Mr and Mrs Roy Darlnger of' CONDITIONS/ Quarry TilFOR51 )/
$'.\.,! 1 H H'I Ohio arrived last week to their The Marlia County File Arts Guild, Inc, shaD not be responsible PIERCE TILE A COjSTRUCTION /
new home at Salerno Shores for ... ,..., ........ .. ___ caused CO
,; i ,: ; NER TUBES' FOR THE BEACHTilda's .t_ I.__ _-m_ __ *_, rte rostter hut, the_n_ same any |be the
I 'I,' \ 1 the winter. teepooalbtll/y;tkerofses, resting solely with owner; and this. exhibit E. HOW UP.
; Mr. and Mra..Francei Melhornand STARK
: 1! Is Mibraille and received subject& to this condition which to hereby.
daughter Nancy, of Hanes Amorlca'i only woman cotxjuc- 0. 1111 loin 7/7 JTllI N. 18th 81, Fart pie,,,
accepted.
Service
"i df StationJensen City were week-end guests of hv. of an all-womun, symphony
:. Mr. Melhorn's parents.Mr. and orchestra is Miss I Stark who Signature af Exhibitor; ) _. ,-'.._ -
Mrs W. Do not print name
E. Thompson.
: ;1 Beach / wivkts tine! Uatim. over the 80- deducted from' all sale. Shipping '
j" t Mrs. Leon Smith, Mrs. Hester 10 per cent commltaio charted and
.', '" .1' Pare, and Mrs. Nellie Wilcox of piece Montreal Women's Srn-) charges or delivery of. exhibits are the responsibility of the "JOE"MoStEY
"
: Sodas Point, N. Y. arrived Friday artist
,L\.\\I1 F. OPEN|12 NOON ON S DAYS to spend the season in MrJ. Fill !I. all space _pletel". Detach top receipt and mall or deliver -

i: Smith's winter home. In Tropical Farms teafclniBt portioa of entry blank to E. F. Johnwlck, Box: C, .
:: /! J l Mrs. i. J McCullum and Mrs. tbaa November M.
F IJ _ Stuart, Ha not later Saturday
" } Tlllle Hultz of Spring Lake N.l1 By MRS. JOSEPH SAWTELL LtJMBING
Thia is for nuking catalof.
purpose
1 arrived, Friday for the_.._ winter. -
: 'j -'-
-
\\11' Pvt. 1st Class Clem Mathers The Home Demonstration Club
/ 'I: 1: International Sterling Jr., of tte: Army and wile and met at the ohem of Mrs. Era Reddish NAT'S MANAGER __ SAILFISH STRIKINGIN JOBBI CONTRACTING(:
; g LlnQa Ann, of West to hear of the latest stylesin 1, GULF STREAM PROMPT FFICIENT SERVICE ,
1. I: : I Bulova Watclfes Palm Beach spent the week end clothing. Miss Lucille Insco ALL |DRK GUARANTEED i'
r' :;1'i ( and Wood Art Carved here with his parents, Mr. and showed pictures of some of the Harry Sheridan, V. 8. revenue Phone 308
t l\ Keepsake Mrs. Clem, Mathers. Mathers left latest hat styles. Quite a few agent, George Xuhla International .
I i ,;, ; .. I, Diamjpnds and Wedding Ring Sunday for'his camp In RIver.I II members were absent on account News Service photo engraver
:jj ; I aide Calif. of their chlldrens' ,I..k. and Charles Roth,one of
n'' C. E. WALKERJ Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A.Baldwin tress One new member, Mrs. : New York'ineRt,* attached to -
,
,' J ''I' and Mr. and Mrs.Wyne Barring. James Rider, lathed The hostess the Wh precinct station,caught
, 'I' ; ijte ton of Frankfort Pa., spent last served sandwiches coffee,..cook.SM three sail on a trip to the Quit Hig st ash,, For, Your Car
e w e rs and punch. with Earl, Dare
; ,- i : I week end here with their cousins, Stream Capt.
" : 1 I'I OSCEOLA A STUART Mr. and Mrs. E. A.Baldwin. They Mr and Mrs. Bob Williams Monday. Sheridan caught a 'I-D,
if I I stopped en route to Miami and' have returned from Miami where and a 7-3, and !Kuhla released WO TAKE\FIVT: MINUTES

I .. : ----- Havana to a milk convention.Mrs. they attended the funeral of till fish. Wei the O. P. A.'limit for /
,
can ourellaida.
y y }
Mae Douglas Is completing Williams mother, Mrs. Mary K. William Biers of Jensen Beach
I' t:, ;i her new nome on Salerno, Williams. and Washington, D. C. landed a u > you Cam 'gtt oywhcfe andY
r f. FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS Shores. six foot, 10 Inch sailfish while THE LAW
t t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smouse of t WITHU4, '1/
1.. The Flag salute and "America Jensen Beach were Friday night fishing\ In the Oulfstream Sunday
! 1.! 1 : I 11 t f BOUQUETS \e CORSACES CUT FLOWERS the-Beautiful" opened the P-TA dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. aboard Capt. Ernie Tyner's ISE MOTOR CO..'
, t ; : I meeting Tuesday evening with !cart? Roth. y"6JOSEPH boat the Oeedle May.
r; FLdRAL ARRANGEMENTS Mrs Harvey Homlar, vice-presi I I I Mrs. L. H. James of Jesup Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Diers were hosts 311-23 South PUU. '>rAnnouncing
It ir i r 1-1 Iif i.Ii" i.. DOMESTIC and I IMPORTED CERAMICS dent in the chair. ,Mrs. Shelby I was the Sunday visitor! of Mr. ;for the deepsfa fishing trip to Fort tie a. Teleph-111
I McCulley gave the devotional and Mrs.. Carl Sauvage, Mr. and Mrs.Nevln DIx of r Wash.

l'' k : 4 J+m SMITH'Sf LORAL & GIFT SHOP Mrs.report Jack on the Saunderson lunch room.gave Mrs.the,I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence l 'Reddish ington. rtsllssnssssre
Jjl 2nd and Mr.John Waller of
hI W. L. Merritt and Mrs. Jack
E FLOWERS
| WIPE Saunderson: gave a report on! Jesup Oa., flew down last Tuesday -
lit ...; I'I Arcade Bldg,,StB St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J their visit to the P-TA confer In Waller's plane to visit Mr.
I f 11., '' I'' __ ence In St. Petersburg after i and Mrs. Lester Reddish. They The .
.
made the trip In 4 hours with
__ a Opening
-- which the meeting adjourned.Mr. i
: ,I fy; f ::. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIldlllllllUIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGENERt and Mrs. John D. Steven stop In Jacksonville. They spent KUHEL' |

f. j" !;! 'J ,j'l''' son Mrs. O.and D. Qulgley daughter and, Kathleen J.C. De-,'.', the noon their night home here Wednesday and returned after.to till Kuhel: Washington former first Senators busenitn,. Is the.chtb's for OF'j R NEW 11 {iff I <:f/

': ""I 11.I' 11. Loach motored to West Palm 'j
Mrs. Charles Oreenlees and new manager. Owner
I .. : ELECTRIC Beach Tuesday on business.,
J'll,1.\ 't Mr. and Mrs Jim Marr and Mrs. Joe S. Oreenlees were visitors hark Griffith has signed, him to '
I r I ,! family, and Mr. Carraway of In West Palm Beach,Monday succeed hole Bliiege., {{ Wash- +1
I i! I Hobe Sound called on Mr, and afternoon, legion finished the 1947! seasonin Vegetable lacking House

J'}; ', : .>:: : WRIN< R WASHER Mrs.The W.Southern M. Man Sunday.Methodist returned Mr. and from Mrs. B.a A.week Burton end have In seventh place t

; ; Church and friends are glad to Moore Haven where they visited -- -. .
have the Rev F. H. Crawson Mrs. Burton's mother, Mrs. Lee.
back. He has been 111. The Rev.: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Arbogast BATINDIWNTOWN'I.1 I i
Zuch of Kobe) Sound preached their two daughters, Janice and "
IIVIMEDIATE here Nov. 0 in the absence. 'of Judy, of Stuart were Sunday ,
the Rev. Crawson. evening supper guests of Mr. "
I Mr. and Mra. O. N. Mart of and Mrs.,Carl Roth.R. t1't
D LIVERY Mima .were overnight guests of 8. King Is putting a front li 1p
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Marr last porch on his house. 2 :

i r week. I Sidney Reddish his two eons, 4
s Clarence and Riley of Jesup '
One of Jive Frenchmen
every Qa., flew down Saturday In their 4
.4 n is a funnor. I plane and.visited at the) homesof TO SERVE ATM, WE INDIANTOWN AREA / / \\i

relatives, Hobson, Lester and REp Ar stout a5 AND EjL 0 MARTIN COUNTY L .*
.1 t MART N COUNTY KILL ATHLETES FOOT Clarence Reddish. Sunday mornIng -
"TE-OL BEST, SELLER" Clarence flew Mn and Mrs. WATC ODAY.r
SAYS STUART/DRUG CO. I Lester Reddlah to Moore Haven n
m ONx OUR I where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
H e/ek..r4 jour U<
totb.. A* >.nJmSr. /t fur ,his STRONG James A. Lee and children, MonaJo 3 DA RVICEJE
it ELli( RIC CO. .l.iwMdl..hoi.'ItlPKNETRI/lKS.Ta' /14 /d.: SKACHKS..It!: to" an..1. Jerry and Linda. :They returned 4! CONVENIENCE '
i a IULS. n|>r* vro/ fMtwr.ITUAJ at 4 when Sidney, Clarence FOR YOlft WE HAVE
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and Riley flew to Jacksonville CRATE MlrERIAB AND INSECTICIDES
j to spend the night before
HWK. KELLER, Mgr.hrl QUICA BtUEF FROM going on to Jesup Monday mornIng L OX

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STOMACH' ULCERS Mr.Fellsmere and Mrs.were B. F.Saturday McDonaldof aFternoon 137 N. Secoka St. Segrel ,'p oduce Co.

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meant, 5 aa14lrval.eMbdMsatr Carl Roth.
a il Co t Voo H. fc nag Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dale are Fla. Bank Bldg.
n..w ulna. itr erWwwmsad spending the week ,
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I family, Bud, Mary Alice, Anna
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BRU R'S PHARMACY were Sunday dinner guests of :
L.rte: ,! ,_no. BUI. W.w a Mr and Mra. Hobson Reddish.
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cwmplet ety and ace-of 1 mind which onip'aura ': in a NEW codKiner. You onftf = : ant
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smart t rn-lounge I I. read or watch the passing It itklt together 3
tan'tyorl or ; Cards
Clean washy ''r Sundries Gears*. Cigare tie,9Aa ines Greeting ,
I etenery and other convenience are M'l>ni 1 or spilL Choice F : :
j conatan 'available. .I t oit f I \ Co tnetic 'and CothKie Jewelry. n" .
i PIoni Loot Coast's I or line Dheed-power d trains .
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destinat Fast thro h Itream1ine11l are available Your rVvorite Ne .sri, :
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TIM STtTAXt NttTS, STCABT,'MARTIN COtNTt.. FLORIDA TBtftSDAf. OV.M., 1U' -.-- rAOKKLIVtlf! '

:OCTAL NEWS News item tar this piper most.. reach the newspaper '

and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Ham Telephone office bfon IS-W Boca an Wednesday Office Phone }0t Ii' I

MRS.. .MARY...ow_. HARTMAN.. Society! Editor

.CAItROLIRELAND MRS. OAKOWSKY FETED ... ... .
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NORED AT SHOWER AT STORK SHOWER .n. ;. '1 'r''T' .' LYNETTE JAMERSON BORN J. Frank Johnson of New York "plenty of water around Miami
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I ... \ : .1 1 NOV. 7 In WEST VIRGINIA City visited his mother, Mrs. H and surrounding country.
Mrs.. Carroll Ireland was hon. Mrs Stanley Oakowsky of Rio < f ,, Mr. F. Johnson of (33 Osceola Ave,
surprise ', ,. ;; 1. \, and Mrs i W, Jamerson,
I at a stork shower wu honored<1 with\ a stork shower M.yY ., 4,", ; ..' Jr, have announced the birthof over the week end. The estimated area of the Antarctic -
the Price Monday night t :.: ,,, .
at French xC'rY
at her .
t week: home Oak a -
Lane Manor, ".\',' \ ;: '> tj.f a daughter, Lynette Felton cnnt/nmt( / b 6,2tKfX)0( ) ) square
eon Hibiscus Dr in qj.Lucie with Mrs C U lA I' t : "ro : !frl'. H. R. Steffens who has
Brath Mrs. Jay A. \. ;', !i Nov. 1 at Kanawha.Valley Hospital milrs
lute*. Mr. French, Mrs Eliza. Byrne, Mrs. been seriously 111 in Martin
Madiera and Mrs Stuart George Swlnglehurst Ricardo 1 and Mrs. Harry l: Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. County Hospital since Saturday, 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiulipHiiiitiiiinilCARD I I I I I, I I
hostesses
} Jamerson is the former
hostesses Mrs II Lynn Is reported much Improved and OF THANKS
[ringer' were L .6wtneleh rst arranged i \ Felton of Stuart,
e croup of friend\ presented ,the white, blue and pink decors: I,. expected to return home today. I take this occ/Ion to thank ?
tlons,
honoree with a bathlnette using a novel table center ,. BERT QUINN BUILDINGIN a -* all who offered sympathy and g
piece made r Helen R. McCord of Norwich
of Mia
pink crepe JENSEN BEACH
lien attractively decorat- paper good wishes In Ufc recent death .'
wu
in the COnn.,la visiting her mother
shape of a large ,shoe, The Herb Construction
Young Stark
E.:
husband Falter
| with pink and blue Crepe!! par trimmed with white luee. The :' :. ::\ of Mrs F E. McCord,-of Atlanta of my I
Stuart
Company work '
began thank those
Y to
AI t ;
filled with : ,,, especially wlsf
and accessoriesthe gifts filled'and overran the shoe last week on a two-story CBS Ave. for a few weeks. Miss Mc- who rescue / him from the /
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baby's bathingneeds.. Games and contests furnished 1 ,r1It < building at Jensen Beach for Cord made a non-stop flight by
dge furnished entertainment entertainment with Mrs William ......... ." ,.. :,!,,",. .* Bert Quinn. Located on the old Eastern Air tines In four hours I wrecked alrpl:Irs.e. W. II:,. Starkiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiffiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiii
the evening with Mrs Rich Dlers winning the prize. .1 ) ;' .'j.I Dixie Highway the building la from Newark, N. J, Airport to
1 ir Dozier of Vero Beach win- Other guests were Mrs. Hubert r '4 '' 20 hr 4(1( feet with'-- three mart. Miami. She reported seeing I I I I I I I I I I I I d
t prize for high score Class, Jensen Beach: Mrs I. .t I ments upstairs. The structureIs HIlllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, lllllllllAlllllllllllllllltlllllllliE
ther Invited guests were Mrs George Dix Virginia \ ,
houseguestof for rental purpose e -1
R Ashley/ Mrs Glenn DeBern. Mrs Diets,, Mrs, Sophie Oak .t 'I" ,J': ,.; ::

arlei) Harris John, Lowery Mrs. WUllam Jr.Mrs R. who owsky is,visiting mother hers of the from honoree Haver-,, .1 ',,1 MRS.HOSTESS JACK AT DAVIS BRIDGE | Use Our Lay*A way Plan land Do | C

!Kent Mn Frances Carlberg hill, Mass; Mrs B. W. Ward j .. ,J 4 2 rri Mrs Jack Davis was hostessat I Your Christmas Shopping Early. |
S. Oreenleea,
s Joseph Mrs Rio Vista.: Mrs Sidney Frlpp and a three-table bridge luncheonat
hue M. Dehon, Mrs. John U. Mrs Howard McCormick of Rio her Hobe Bound home last == --1
nnlnger, Mrs Richard Fagen and Mr. McCormick's niece,Mrs Thursday nIght. High score !
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i.Walter T Davey, Mrs. John C. A. Burton who Is'vacationing! prizes were won by Miss. Aurtel We Have A Large Selection of :=: I'
Iller, Mrs. Charles Lane, Mrs in their trailer at Rio Mrs. Ricardo -! Oberhaus and Mrs. Bill Berry, WALTHAM and BULOVA ATCHES a'
ma H. Bruner' Mrs. H. Bliwab a newcomer at Rio 1% t both of Stuart. a :(
and Mrs Alex Forrest. from Hempstead, 1,. I. I I nd Many Other Ciftfltems i I Il;
JAYCEES STAGE DANCE
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-- SATURDAY NIGHTApproximately Ofm STORE WILL B OPEN i ::

FOLLOW THE.C 50 couples | AFTERNOO THRU DEC.
WD danced to the strains of Sheldon WEDNE DAY
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I
---- Baiter's orchestra at a Sadie =
TO"D A helicopter twines/ t man tip and out of the Dun- ed usrs nf ,(Ms "type of aircraft in rescuing' trappedmen ( ( Hawkins dance Saturday nightat i ""iI'"iI'I I'.i'
genrse. England!( \ IightlnniM (left) and pick,lip n from lighthouses; wrecks ut sea ond the tmiwfer the Log CabIn. Although all! 4 .i
NI L'S"The man torn lifeboat. (right!, ), Maneuvers dtmonstnrt- of rescued. prrvninel) from Alp to iihore reports the committee of ticket sales reported are not"the In, a l''

Fri dly Spot In Pt Office benefit could not be considereda =
Arcade
Bill Duncan of Panama City SPANISH DANCERS CAPT. SANDERS RETURNS financial success Jerry La-
[Hot Lunch s Sand ches Sodas and has been added to the staff at HERE FOR WEEK :WITH CRUISER HI-HOOK Polnte was chairman of the com- | C. 6E.WKLKER I Ii) '
Chlsholm's, Duncan operated Capt and Mrs H.Walter Sand mittee, assisted by Kenneth
Swift\ Ice Ctiam Sundae ers of 117 Atlantic Ave., Point
SUmmell!, Douglas Urquhart Dr.
Uta and Gabriel Canslno,
night club
/ near Tallahassee before Pleasant,N .J., have written that C. M Fogt and John U. Mcnnlnger -
NOW J& II
TINC Jewelers
coming to Stuart recently Spanish dance team who have they expect to leaVe soon for another Francis Matthews ac.ed: atchmakers II': ;
to make his home. Just completed an engagementat season In Stuart, They as master of ceremonIes. I 1DMA0S :1
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"-- -- the Clover Club, arrived here !have leased the former Otto Ku- WATCHES .*/ GIFTS OF QUALITY
yesterday for a weeks visit at bin home at 439 Coconut Row, Dr K. Win veld Key has announced '
Roman 3 4 Irwin home In St St Lucie Estates for the season the opening of his office Tine Center a j' ,
The Stuart's i
captain will bring his cruiser in the Professional Bldg. on
THE IjfoE ARTS Lucia Estates Canslno comes HI Hook, for another charter Osceola Ave. for the winter. Mrs. -= = I
GUILD Inc. from family.of famous dancers season here. The Sanders are Mary W.Simmons from the University ,=8 STUART FLORIDA | I Ii
of several generations His\ mother completing a new summer homeat of Maryland Hospital 'I
t r a personal friend ofMrs Ir. Brielle, N. .J., which they expect Laboratories Is In charge of DrNey i 1= : Ia IaF
Presents \ I win from days In Spain, now conducts to occupy next summer 's laboratory. 1111111111111111111111 I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 111111ItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllsllllllll11111!! t I:

I a dance studio In California I I

I The: young couple played at ,.
A s ic and Old Lace"vember the st. Morlti In New York all I III
I summer and are returning thereto II t tr
begin an engagement at the
I By Joseph Kesselring I Versailles Club. /.
I\
DUTCH; TREAT WINNERS ,
I 'f
\ Mrs R. B. McPherson won high ::1,
Thurs ay, > 20th, 8:15: P. M. prize at the Dutch Treat Club
I last Thursday afternoon at the i(
:::. ... \ ... Civic Center with Mrs Paul
I Hoenshel and Mrs.Arthur Chap- ... "
1H SCHOOL AUDITORIUMADM. I"
pelka winning second and third.
1 Winter visitors and local residents I f s .. ., '
are Invited to attend the (

$ .60 GENERAL $1.00 RESERVED Andy weekly Talmas'Dutch St.Treat Lucie luncheon Grill and at Stuart Rex all prugs'.

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to join the afternoon bridge Ii
games at the Center. I :
; Included I -.......-
WINTER RESIDENTS '
AT STUART HOTEL :
RESERVATIONS Recent arrivals at the Stuart Will Hold Its
FOR CALL STUART 300
Hotel Include Edward Pettit, retired -
attorney of Bloomfield, NJ.t "
who spent last winter there
.. and E. Edward of the John David
Company New York City haberdashery GRAND OPtNING .!
Pettit purchased prop ,
erty at Port Bewail last year and
plans to build a whiter residence
This Talk About Milk Pric s. there. David. has spent former t 1
winter seasons in Fort Lauder- .
dale but both men plan to stay Saturday Novem e 29thTHE I
When for she until spring this year. ,
Missus Cow does her bit Health and Happiness continues
on with her life of repose and contentment. The multiple processes
and factors which eventually bring her precious_product to the : .1

family table sire entrusted to the hands of others 1PIIL4M.R R R4or ." I

It is these 'multiple processes and factors' whic play the major ; t
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role in the cost of the milk you buy. Since 1941 coals and prices, and every fasts PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND TH\S GALA OPENING f r
salaries too, have risen, In many cases, to record h4ghta, Grains, for' '
instance an essential factor in milk production -f- have attained all. EVENT TO INSPECT OUR' BEAUTIFULLY BURNISHED STORE t+,

time highs. Labor, feed, transportation costs all ntribute (o the cost WITH ITS MODERN EQUIPMENT AfJD ME {CHANDISE.... WE I"f f .

of milk. j HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST ANJf MOS! I MODERN .SODA :

Sugar, butter, potatoes, coffee are but a ft" of the staples whose THE :
prices have spiraled. Yet milk is still one olA e best food buys when Iun' FOUNTAINS ON EAST COAS ,
you consider that its 36% increase 'nce I94fit small compared to increases C isec : '

in other foodstuffs rang iff up f> 292%> Consider these OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTME HAS I EEN ENLARGED '
,,1941.1947 comparisons. ds
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1941 17 Increase "fo Increase TO TAKE CARE OF INCREASING DEMAND] ?. 1:

Potatoes ,- 10 Ib*. __..... 19c c 28c 147.3 Popu r 7gan Solos .
Roast Chicken, Ib. ._.._. ,,31c Sc 24c 77.4 Baker !
Butter, Ib. .__.._.___..-. /-,39cEgfs 79c 40c 102.5 Rom r The Desert '
.,_ dozen ._.._. _..-.... 411e 85c 44c 107.3 Son WATCH NEXT WEES STUAR-J NEWS ,
37c 16c 76.1 '":' '
Can cans21c
Milk-3
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Dennis
Morgan
Bread, 15-oz.--. .- BeUz 14c 6c 75.0 Duchine e, J".'
of Lamb, lb. __ .23c' 67c 44e 147.8 -- Edifice For ur -

Salt Pork, lbt .._.---..- -- 13c 47c 34c 261.5 Geo Gershwins i ,
Grits, 3 Ibs. __.__-...:-._ .10cJ 330 23c.. 230.0 s FORMAL ANIUNCEMENT !
173.450e
40c
Grade A Chuck Roast, lo.23. 630
Bacon, Ib. ._ _n .__ --2F 79C 172.4 J zz Classics,
Crisco or Spry, 3 Ibs.__. -- $ I 74c .157.47e Duke Ellington
368
FRESH In 1941 MILK an, QUART ordinary-Jfbormg e mat eceived 6e $2.50 per day for his ftrte tomes'Calling .i"' '.
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labors. He could then bjr 1 3 quarts ol milk at 19c per quart for thai Frankie'Carle .:

day's labor. Today1 at 2$per quart he 1 no buy 23 quarts I of milk for a ,vie ? gat;. J e' '

day's labor for which helreceives $8.00 r r day. Mexil f! 1 s

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MILK I# YOUR EST BUYFlamingo Xavier Cugal

Musk &Hawaii,
:::- Lani Mclntire! The exalt Store ,

F Hot Ja& Classics,

Dorsey Brother STUART.. 1JRUGr" 0RP,6NE -

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I ., ,Ji I : 't'+ 'I' SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN 'STUART.l'T.lephon..MARY fflo* hefor,HARTMAN SS-W goon .. W Oft SocM7 4 tbe'I ,.pk,EdhJ",I 1



"P. \ I ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALS from a two-week vacation In Mr. and Mrs.
It !II SUPPERS I IDENNYS PURCHASE DOME: I Thurmna
t i : ANNUAL PRESEASON DINNER FELLOWSHIP California. They made several bum arrived
I I arrivals at the Atlantic Sunday
PARK ttm
1 KRUEGER Season
IN
r BT CATHOLIC till RCII TO RESUMED FOR SEASON
.\ this Court this week Included Mr. and stop with friends on the leisurely more Ind, to Jim
the
I I GIVEN TUESDAY Mr and Mrs. Harry Denny star
\\1 FIE ,. BY METHODIST CHURCH
"
t I Ii: Urs.. Ora Overy of Three Rivers, air tour across; the country H. P. Lyons'Imperial
t, I. I : The annual pre *seaaop\ I week purchased the Krueger -0- Stain
\ I.. ., \\0"'I i 1') Thanksgiving dinner by the The popular! fellowship sup1- Park property near the beacon Mich.; Mr. and Mr. Kenneth and Mrs' Alex Dellck and lunch room on 0.8,1. ftm
I Mr.
I l Catholic church will be --served pcT hold each month during the light front Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Diamond and son, Jimmle,New little' daughter have returned occupying a cottage on the
from 5:30: to 8 Tuesday At Methodist Bewail. Mrs. Denny York City Mr. and Mrs. W. C property .
l \ ''I; p.m. winter leasoff at the Moll of Port : ; from[ Pennsylvania to their home ,
I the Civic Center by the LadlesClub Church will, be resumed with the is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. i Connor of Lyndonvllle, Vt In the Broadway Section.: .Mrs. -.. -.. I
1 t( ,,ll; ot the church, Mrs George 8. Boxwell of Port Bewail, they
had
Ii I I r I first familY'cet.together tomorrow D Dellck and daughter spent Charles Clark has
I a' Retch president Mrs Stuart moved to Stuart from Paget ftlanied t
1 recently 1
with relative and
\ Willis T. resident man i the summer
ki ;. Springer, secretary, and Mrs. night at (.30 to welcome the South Bend Ind., to make' their the staff artist for Zack Mosley his duties at the First ftfa)
\ v', Gerald LaPointe; treasurer of miring and new winter home. With their two baby 1 ager of the Atlantic Court I III in 'spent his annual vacation with Savings and Loan AstoeUta

', .[ the organization comprise the Church members are vtaltora.1 daughters Patty Rae and Lynn 1t Flint Mich., where he was called them there. 'Warren, Ohio, after
.1 committee in charge The fuIN I bring ''the family and a they have been living at 152 by the serious Illness of his day with hi sjwndlr.
.
*
I course, home-cooked turkey dj\\( :\) dIsh. The women of the Flagler Ave. while looking for a I I II II father. uncle tnt
Mrs.JE. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Darrah, Mr, and Mrs J. R. Paserq
tier has attracted several him- will serve coffee home. \ /,
t t. derd guest each year and alt II of Casa Terrace Is general Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McQuade of who have been working one of the Bessey Addition,
.,, I i JI ways has been a financial! success] man. Community singing CAPT. A. A. WHITICAR' I the Stuart Hotel are entertaining three shift at the Imperial Station Y
I ; for the church building fund. tural and recreation i Chair-I AND BROTHER RETURN' I her' daughter Mrs. Erwin left Monday night for Cape 4

l :\ : .{ The public. .la_invited ..._._ __ i.will follow_the' .supper Capt A. A.Whltlcar arrived at Werthammer, and grandchildren May, N. J, their former home, imiimmiiimiMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiimi
.
where they will spend several I
his Port Sewall home last week Irma Vale and Wendy am a Candiditt J
: ) after spending the summer in Dale WerJhammer, of Agawan months with her parent before
Wvif BIG Bridle, N. J. HI* brother Dr. 1 Mass. They expect to remain until returning to Florida The Dar- 'for

I '; :' IVRICDO? L FEATURE John H. Whitlcar. of Ocean City, after Thanksgiving. rates have had charge of the Ml'' City Commllllo
:
; N. J.. arrived last Thursday to ., ami Dally News circulation In ICri
\ ') ODAYI occupy his Port Bewail home for James Stevenson, owner of a the territory for two year which Subject to the /
I A, THEATRE another season. Their mother Western Auto Supply Store here work has been taken over by mu '"|
1'-4y; ..HONI: ..4I' NOV. 20th Mrs. Hubert Schoemaker who before the ..ar. is now at Jensen George Griffin. primary of Tuc/ij., I
I
;; : FEATURE NO.w ./ had spent each season here with Beach where he and his bride are M Nov 28/ I
i .' J"J"t the doctor, will spend the winter living at the Donald McDonald Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Oberhau
.' with her daughter, Mrs. Burton oceanfront cottages. He la em- and daughter and grandson Mrs. I R. B. McPH RIhle .
II ; { gw Arnali/ In Philadelphia ployed by McDonald, who la now Joseph L. Wallace and Joel Wallace -
t : :j..: **' The'I largest American rlag ever flown whips in the breeze on the repairing extensive storm damage I attended the circus in Ml' .c Pe.LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ....1 \!

JERSEY BANKER HERE New Jersey tower of the George Washington Bridge over the Hudson to the cottages in prepara- ami Monday /1I1II1I1Inllll.

:/ : : .. DARNER FOR FIRST VISIT River at New KYock. It was raised" by 19 men using four machine Lion for opening for .the winter
} : Mr. and Mrs Tom Marnell of winches. Flown In celebration of Columbus Pay, It measurer 60 season. I" UJL\
I/OCTER/ Phillpsburg. N. J, arrived Tuesday by 90 feet and weighs &00 Ibs. The guy wires supporting it weigh I Now Under Personal Supervisi ,r. '.\ for their first visit to Florida Mr and Mra. Andy JohlllOn EARL B. DUGAN
< .5,0()(00)() lbsMETHODIST. _, _, ___,_ .
I" r.,' and have rented a Fogarty riverfront returned this week tro.th..lr """n Owner
#
J \ > te I cottage at Jensen Beach irhe;; ;;; on her Yer"at Port .t

r'J" jilt$ 1 already so pleased with HOLD BAZAAR SERIES OF PARTIES in the Carolina
I! .1 a # this section that they plan to SATURDAY MORNINGThe FOR DEMONSTRATION \ -, LUCIE RESTAUI NT
buy a winter home. A civic lead. Mrs. Helen Asplnwall of West
I LUNCHEON AND DIN
t
FEATURE <0. 2 er of Phlllpsburg, Marnell has Palm Beach will spend this week
-t women of the Methodist Mrs J. R. Troxel gave a series UNbEaVlPERVISION OF AN/T TSIMAS
i FOR THE LOVE OF KE-.DON'T MISS been In the real estate and bankIng end In Stuart to visit Mrs. Stan \ OPEN SUNDAYS
Church will hold their annual of demonstration parties this
business there for 40 years. ley Kltchlng and Mrs. Carroll
They are lifelong friends of Mr. bazaar Saturday at the Taylor week at Palm City and Stuart ,Dunscombe. Line of Cho\e LIQUjPRS, WINES

1 1t and Mrs. ''Alfred Moll of Easton real estate office on Ooceola Mrs. 8.0. Crews*Palm City home -e- amQUAKBRTROL ORD LS

,I Pa., retired hotel owner who Ave. Instead of the Ferguson was the scene of a gathering Sheriff William R. Reynolds

> moved to Stuart four year ago. Dress Shop aa previously announced Friday afternoon. Her guests of Milton, Vt, arrived Friday to
The Molls returned to their Port the winter at the Bertha
'i 1 MIKf were Mr. C. H. Stossel Mrs. spend
t Bewail home in August Henry Crews, Mr*. Gene Thompson Baldwin cottage on ClevelandAve.
f } 1 The sale, In charge of Mrs. L Mrs Fred Walton Mr*. S. The retired officer visited
With JENSEN POST GIVEN L. Decker and Mrs. A. C. Cour- E. Lane, Mrs. W. C. Deardon and Stuart several seasons before the
ARMISTICE DAY PICNIC son will begin at 9 a.m. Beside. Mrs. C. Feinauer. death of his wife but this Is his
i A Heart Warming Story
N d :, ; TED DONALDSON The-guest or Ocean Breeze dozens of handsome articles Mrs Wilson McClure enter first vacation here since then

of A Boy and His Dog! Park Invited the American Leg- there will be potted plant and I.tained at her home in Eldorado WITH QUAKER BUR/CHL SPACE HEATERS !
ANN DORAN Ion Post 12S of Jensen Beach and novelties from which. to select I Heights last Thursday for Mrs. Robert Tucker arrived Tuesday -
> i. their families for an Armistice Christmas gifts. L C. Klckllter, Mrs. Arnold to spend several day with D
es
: Day picnic which wa enjoyed The Wesley Service Guild will I Bauer, Mrs. W. C. Miller Mrs. his parents, Mr. and Mr*. Charles
under\ the electric light at the have charge of a food sale In Louise Harrell, Mrs. W. L. Sullivan Tucker. Robert ha been associated
I t 2 HITS ,- FRI. and 1AT. NOV. 21 22 picnic grounds. Mrs. Clara connection with the bazaar. and Mrs R F. Longbottom. with Thompson' Cafe- Imagine This Heater/in You* Home This WisteSeason.
i Ii Vaught was chairman of the :Proceeds will be used for upkeep Mrs Klckllter won the door teria since hi*discharge from the
I committee and were congratulated of the church parsonage, the I r ,. Navy, working at their Chautau- On Cold MoAiings, Ju%Turn the Dial, asi C

: I: on their cooperation and I project of the women's organ- Monday night the demonstration qua, N. Y.place during'the summer Waves of Cozy War/th Flow TVough Your Rosso
e. serving of the' pot-luck supper. zatloni of the church. was given at the Henry O. and at the Daytona Terrace
;I' [I II ,, The evening was' spent at the Kindred horn In Eldorado Hotel In the winter. You'll Always He* An Al>und%* of Clesi, Lsi
I I }; d@@ + d Sealing icittifUws tack 4 rtfo club house which was decoratedIn BAPTIST DELEGATION Height. Mr, KIndred's guest -
IU'ON
Cost Heat When Want
t ; MI'S trucliirniBarnir..ii tail's ? red, white and blue for the ATTENDS CONVENTION Included Mrs. Charles Kindred, Mrs. Walter Davey' Happy You

I ; r I li 1 k I e thrillHttufxtveiAinlG occasion.. Mrs. Mary Johns, Mr*. H. J. Days Kindergarten reopened
a i The Stuart Baptist Church Greene, Mrs. Harry Orr Mrs. O. Monday after a two-week recess DISPLAY A1
J ;{ BIBLE CLASS MEET V. Osborn of Salerno, Mrs. H. J because of the threat ot a whoop-
was presented at the annual
( I IIf Members of the'' Adult Bible State convention at Orlando this Moor and Mrs. Emma Kindred ing cough epidemic. Dr J. D.
I Study Class ot the First Presbyterian who won the door prize. Parker, health officer, reported
week by the pastor, the (lev. Phil
1 I Church met In the this week that few new / Co
very Martin Ele hic
If Maxwell, Mr and Mrs. L. C. Klck- County
church chapel Friday for a social Miss Nellie Pezzoni has returned cases had been reported sine
I liter, Mt. and Mrs. Arnold Bauer,
evening with Mrs. F. R. Horton from New York City where the first outbreak two week ago.
Mra.-Wilson McClure and Mrs.R. .
JOHN W, KELLER, Mr
.
is hostess. Those present were she spent several months visit- |
T. Longbottom. The delegation

I N.m t tIr ; Dr. C. A. Cartel H. P. Stevenson left Monday and will return ing relatives. She Is now super Cartoonist and Mrs Zack Mos- DehonBld/ 1 phaM7S
Mrs. E. Kara Mrs. Blanche I home today.BAPTIST vising repair of storm damageto ley and his brother Robert MOlk -

Leery, Mrs. Ivan Taylor and Mrs.C her home on Stypmann Blvd. icy returned last by plane. ---
A. Lees and the hostess, who
SOCIETY
Ir\IrI\ served refreshments.
I 1 MEETS TUESDAYThe
:/ Woman Missionary So-
(
ciety of the Baptist Church will ,
1 1e
1 hold the November business and FORYOwR
:
I e program meeting at 1 pm. Tuesday Enjoy

Pti r !SON fit oil imtroms at the annex. Mm.Ed Burgess 1 I r
president, will call for department P
Easy to fr our
'* fii; M M Ma EYI uy
and committee re-
4f; c PLUSi "RIDI THE LONE TRAIL fnehe klH ports.
'' The executive board of the
; Wit JJBOB1STEELE DIO and
1 p- society will meet at 2:30: p.m.
AP NCE CO.a .
preceding the regular meeting.
1 I f'j'H) r r, res.

I iii t SUN. & M N.4 NOV. 23 24 ''THROUGH THE YEAR"

'I I:tirj'j: 1 BANQUET 90 BAPTISTSThe ATTENDEDBY Special .


third annual "Through- eThanksgiving
wA the Year" banqnet for adults of '
/ the Baptist Sunday School was :
n kit esck..ha al.mwI'
I iahe Hw hit kwt... sad! Phone Box No. 277 attended by to Sunday School IXdy Dinner I
workers and their guests Friday
I'I AV
Ms he.dl
i I'' b I Mi-rap ever TEE SEA I, FLORIDA night at the Woman's Club.

Twelve tables, one for each
nds

p sI Cerifiic,11 M is Marble, month by 12 of women the year who,were carried arranged out- Family Style-Help Yourself- arve Your Own Turkey! :

I I l tl arry, hall and the different floral and decorative t
RuPfc.tie r motifs appropriate for each

a :. and luminum month. Guests were seated according FULL COURSlINCLUt DINNER j
V w
1 ___ Wall rile the month of their

.R< tats str a seleus Ti for sale Jnd installed birthday fG r

r f ; GRANT l Y TEMP loon Saiuing and charge Mr*. Garland of a musical Edenfleld and was recre-in WINES COCKTAIJ [ AND DESSERTS \i

I. FinUling CllaninfSIARBRITE ation program and Mrs. L. C. All You Can a No Waiting ,')1 1
Rug Klckllter was general chairman t)
PRODUCTS of the annual social event PR1!( e a I$3.00 :

& SERVICE SHAYS WIN TURKEY RESERVATIONS NECESSA.R/ FOR NDIVIDUALS AND PARTIES
Moor ULLU MAY CRESS. Its 5as0 Foal 555511 slutsa" r 0 only aeatative ii, '
rap AT CYO BENEFITMr.
} ( DOSS SC ARYnnveusl jjAArCCaaa CALL 1JB-R, JEP 5EN BEACH : i
,.,, Martin clunty Is and Mr*. Edward Shea of
heIHWISYINlrllt.e ea.eSaa"Iee1tlU the Lighthouse staff were winners Dinner Served Pr iptly At j jWe |2i30 Noon and 6 P. M.

Li CEORGEUCEITHiartin of the "Mystery Prize," a _

1 PLUSr DISNEY LARTOON and FOX NEWS County Cleaners Thanksgiving turkey, at the CYO Will Continue To Serve yur RtgulJ Menu All Day Thanksgiving Day
benefit party at the Woman' :
;?'. 't I Club Tuesday night As Shea Is / '
Regular Than Full
-- -- giving \\y Course Dinner
- U Iu 1 I \ the Lighthouse chef and will not
V be having dinner at home, he '
returned the gift to the church $15 .
"ST T R to' be used at the. annual ,;
flr I Thanksgiving dinner, to be given
11 Tuesday at the Civic Center by DANCING TILL 2 A. M. / j 'l-PIECE' ORCHESTRA'.
the Ladles' Club of the church.

Hard, ReoLAZprrosive people The weekly will !be party canceled by the Thanksgiving young Fun For All a Good/Old Fashioned Dance. :

week because of conflict Virgini!/ Reel, PaultTone*, and Waltzes e a "
i 1 For Expert vice Consult with the church dinner. The
second of the series of benefit
to raise fund for furnishing
1 D. ITH for the new church was attended SEYMOUR'S INN

Tuesday by nearly 100 guests. .
FORT PIERCE, FlORIDA
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THE: STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNT, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. M, 1941 PAGE THIRTEEN,


;0'-- OPENINGS ANNOUNCED-Miami Commerce Office Offers STATE VEGETABLE If

YOUR Openings with the Florida Many SHIPMENTS ACTIVE I
State Board of Health.for drafts Low Cost Homes

men, sanitary engineers and JR.dustrlal Services to Those in Business FieldsBusinessmen Jacksonville Nov, 20-Ship
WEDDING
hygiene engineers was ments of vegetables continued ALSOGENERAL

announced this week In Talla active throughout the South
4
STERLING basses by Angus Laird, --- Florida producing areas during REtfURS
supervisor -
of local the last week, with cucumber ,
the area, offerings /
of the State merit system.Examlnatlons : thoM planning to enter the business THREE ATTENDBANDMASTERS' holding well up around WRITE ORS E ;

Select for these positions field, and those otherwise : I Florida their seasonal peak at Wauchula :
will be held on a date to be the E. AV'BILL" BALDWIN
I announced Interested In business activitieswere and fall harvest of tomatoes
Ity4 I and persons Interested Invited today by William. Ferris Wheel getting under way at Fort Pierce
Now I in obtaining further Information Seltzer, manager of the district according to reports received In P. O. BOX SALERNO, FLA. 1
may write the merit system office of the U. 8. Department IMM the Jacksonville offices of William Ill ;
office In Tallahassee Closing ...f Commerce in Miami, to make By HORTENSE K, WELLS L. Wilson, director of Flor- ;

Nov.date 26.for making application Is ue of the services of that of TAMPA MEETThree When our' long-time friend ida State Markets. In some sections
fice. the planting of late crops
Tom Watson,' tossed his beret is still under way, and In general Po/ter t I''
I In Stuart on business for the I Itr
Into the race we
from gubernatorial indications point toward I
representatives
Department of Sellser
Commerce -
The SnakKaiEStuart's laid his I last assumed that he wanted ,to be Increasing; volume of shipments
office In Miami stands Martin County left

tit n buying s lifetime poor Unique E tery ready to serve In both an advisory week end for tnt annual jneet- Governor,, but his more recent for stated the week ahead, it was Paint\ & / ody Shop

wk, like sterling silver you want and referral manner regard.: Ing of the State Bandmasters actions and pronouncementsconvince ,"The opening of seasonal harvesting I ,
to sure you'n fight-m Mart We serve 'at the urb Ing all matters of t business na Association In Tampa Monday us that he was making operations In the Fort

thi eil%, nil now.about Lit us your give wedding you 0 Delicious Su rb ture.The and Tuesday. Doing from Stuart with the Joke and was only out Pierce tomato producing section (Ov\\L P, ,2nd Floor) Ii Iii
Miami office Is of
ben t of our expert advre and llamburgs. Ho one approximately wore Wendell Waters directorof to have a little good, clean tun has held the spotlight during the SPECIAnZING IN UPHOLSTERING
a r of experience in helping o Dogs 48 such offices now Martin County High School's Having maintained ,a complete last week. Manager M. E. Williams Auto l i ii/ng .. Metal Work ;
brill, choose their silver wisely.o They're just the word located throughout the country band Emily Morrison as' a of the Fort Pierce StateFarmers' Custom-mate Covers '"
at In a recently-established program and discreet silence on the Everglades Market reported Initial flip a Sport Tops i 1"
chosen representative of the
Jewelers Open II A. M. t o Midnight of the Department of Commerce school's band and Mrs M ,JMorrison ;! Park legislation project had until been the sales Monday by two growers,
n decentralizing Its assistance president'Of the Stuart necessary Included 448 field crates M-to- I'II
I Mile So. on Fe ral Hwy. to business, both large and Band Association. completed and then hopping 55lb. capacity of green tomatoes -
07 N. d St. Fort Pierce ,small. The.Jacksonvllle district The meetings included' six Into the headlines' effort, by to way of 32 crates of pinks. These CLINTpNE WAX II IIIi
the courts, In an pre.
office serves the northern half part musical clinic and the annual were sold on the market's new
of the State similarly. business meeting with the vent the final transfer of land, auction block. One lot of 312 FOR YOU/A.R ITS SPRAYED ON. Ii i
seemed to us like making a race
According to Seltzer, the Miami latter called for Monday nIght. crates sold for $10 each, anotherof
Enters all jan'd crevices lasts longer. ,
back- --
AWNINGSMade In reverse, kind of running cnyk
138 for $8.30, giving a first-
office Is In a position to ren- Chief Item of"tiuslness was selection Ijl
(t der a number of services to busi of numbers for the con- wards. day average ot $9.48. The pinks PRODUCTS
If Order I
Tom's friends and/or supporters
ness. Some of them follow: test festivals over the State next sold for an average of $7.SI a TIRE REFERS.I GULFLEX LUBRICATION
Anything Canvas argued that However1 screwy crate. During the first two days j
Personal counsel and published spring. The District 4 festival,
Estimates Gladlyven material on business operations which Stuart's band will attend, his actions might appear from the Williams expressed the belief le Cll For and' Deliver
will be held In Ocala March i a political standpoint he was that with growers picking, the
such
as layout, location, t tI
buying processing pricing, stock For the clinic, Waters "was honestly, though belatedly, try-I total this coming week should I StuarService Station ::
S ITHAWfING control appointed director for rehears Ing to save the taxpayers money run between J.OOO and 10000
,
selling advertising, rec I he did get the lews I
and all, Tel. 9144
all of trombones which were after crates. Opp. Stuart
v CO. ord-keeping, personnel, com. out- . ._ __. __ '
publicity. His most recent -- WALT* G. REIN Prop.WEIDOlOim .
merclal research and the like held at t:30 a. m Mondayat [ ,
Felt break In which he "threatened"l'
Pierce Tampa's Municipal Auditor- I
Booklets for and
present
reel INO so & 1/r/wr/ #,...U 1510 A*. B. Ph. O-W pective proprietors on establishing pros- ium. One portion of the clinic to vote Republican unless a Vie Vet" sats J ---
Included a 100-plece band with Democratic presidential nominee ,
and operating a particular which Miss Morrison was selected measured up to his stand OWN ;
business, such as hard
grocery to perform on her alto saxo ards will be a little more dif- IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED
ware store auto repair shop,
"
ficult to explain JPerhap* the I
metal working shop, beauty parlor phone. I TRAIN IMS AND HAVE SOME ('U/4 9Z er *
that he ,
is
One composition by Waters, kindest explanation t 0
ELIGIBILITY LEFT, YOU MAYENROLL.
SIDENTIAL retail electrical '
L SWAT bakery appliance :
,"De Spirit," a symphonic fantasy was simply carried away by his I \. FOR ADDITIONAL s FITTED t1ORAVINO(
and radio shop. .CRYSTA :
RFRONT of negro spirituals, was environment and forgot, for the
PRIMLEGES \ UNDER THE 61.BILL I
Business from
aids resulting Included In the clinic music pro- moment, that it will I 'Florida STUDY
case studies of successes and fail 0-0: : I ,1//
25 to $200 A Lot gram. Prominent speakers at Democrats who will will not .
ures, and new operating Ideas week. Prominent speakers at vote for him In 1948, and not the ...,; .,
You Can BuU to Suit Yourself./No City Taxes. Foreign trade Information Including the meetings included Dr. K Republicans of another State I'

Street and MUewalks in. Electficity Available. Import and export statistics O. Kuersiemer, Clean of the This seems for all types of commodities School of Music at Florida State tot silly statements, so Tom Isn't
and Industries, trade lists, University In Tallahassee; Dr. lonely, When the League of IMPORTED <&" ?STUME JEWELRY
quotas and trade controls, regulations Frank Simon, famed Cincinnati Women Voters, which is a non- VictorArca U Stuart, FU. j
0 UBINlUhI licenses, Insurance, travel concert band leader, and Henry partisan group, is called Communist /.I ;
transportation and communications FIllmore,' well-known Miami I front and Senator Taft j
abroad and all other subjects band music writer who Is considered Is accused following the party .

arising. In Internationaltrade. probably the most Prolific line, lbout the limit of foolishness I
+! IIIIIIIIIIIuI11IuI11I1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIiliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttJensen such composer since JohnP has been rsached We are I I
Assistance In solution of technical Sousa time. not numbered among the admirers BLINDS

problems, technical Infor- of Taft, but we consider I
Bench Bfauty Salon mation on development of new him a patriotic and conscientious VENETI/I I MANUFACTURER !
,Two Found GuiltyAt -aBOX -
and substitute 1 1
products, processes -I citizen, according ,to his T TERMS_
materials, technical infor- lights. We admit that to us his ; ;; ;; ILT Our. .....* Pe'i ma ents mation seized from Germanyand > Kiwanis Trial lights seem a little dim, but we POGO I''

other alien countries, technical I recognize that there' are differences OW VENETIAN BLINDS'CALL22S I, :
information developed by of opinion on that point.
of 'stl cHon
T. T. Oughterson and H. B.
armed services and now releasedfor ,
Taft had lived 100 ago
If years I
4" military restrictions, and I Kraft, found guilty of the chargeof when there were no planes makIng w.LET ONE JI c OUR REPRESENTATIVESMEASURE !
'- not '-singing at the KiwanisClub's
Telephone 7-il' rlst Office Arcade technical Information developedby non-stop ocean flights, when YOUR INDOWS AND TEU'OU JUST "
Jl meeting; were
the Bureau of Standards and I c\o: \ sing one verse of world trade was In Its Infancyand srr PHONZ swVERO HOW EAST IT Iff TO OWN QUALITY TRASO BLINDS. /:
Je en each other Government and private "America" to climax their trial the atom bomb not even a ACIC, FLA.ASPHAL I

research organizations during the club's regular noon dream, to say nothing of a nightmare & TILE SEE HOW STATELY)
InnNnuu1111nnu1tmllnlltull 1 11I1 iiuunIuIHhls1111111HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG;: Assistance In obtaining materials meeting Nov 7 at the Woman's he might have made a For Ie
I components and equip- President But this reserve Any room attains new restrained
Club pretty good I ..
ment, priorities Government- The six-man Jury deemed deliberation Is 1947, and If we haven't learned 1 Some Colors Low As OUI' ,richness, dignity, ,: ,
owned surplus property and con- unnecessary to returna from two World Wars that 15 Cent Immediately our CUsto I.- I ,
tracts from public and private verdict and Judge Evans Cra"ry no nation lives unto itself alone, urnbhi} are
; ed Venetian Blinds 1nstalled. -
..
I
sources. passed sentence and orderedit then many Americans have died
Assistance with financial prob- executed Immediately HarryF. In vain.. The decorative effects ,:. .

lems, other than the lending of Dyer was prosecutor and Price Blithely Ignoring the fact that DAVID SEDGWI not to mention the 1! 1''

money. Through financial coun- French: was defense attorney voluntary enlistments have nev- DURANT -A added comfort and privacy ,, .: r{
sel, assistance may be offered In States witnesses Included C, A. er sufficed to raise the needed I
determining financial needs, selecting Christopher, Dr. C. A. Fogt and military' strength, Taft opposes Tennis Court Construe! n are out of all pro- "
best type of loan suitedto Herbert Bruner, and defense universal military training and portion to the modest Installation ,If1",!
needs; referring prospective witnesses Included Dr. J. D. announces his opposition to bipartisan Red or Green Durite Cod a cost. May we I :')

AT'S ALL WE ASK borrower to sources where loan Parker, O. H. TIlton and L. C. action in the coming Permanent Asphaltic: Cou show ;you? 'f" .
may be obtainable; assisting him Clements Henry Kindred was emergency session, thereby making
In preparing application so thatIt bailiff and the Jury box was contribution neither to world Re-Conditioning MANUFACTURING CO.

You probably tune frfftlvfl friends or neighbors among may be the most effective, and filled by Walton Parks George peace nor, domestic harmony. Tennis.SuppliesJENSEN ASO sit ML S r Orril An.M 't
aiding In negotiating Keith I O. A Porter, Allen Deck u 5. i-A.I. r..ti.f 1
otherwise these and other
the millions of Maytef owi S (over 4% million MayUgs We believe that '
needed financial er, B D:Fulton I and E. A.MLhs- BEACH Ilk FORT PIERCE FLORIDA t
short
and expediting him
will
old-fcr more than af oth!|washer).Or uk us fee MOMS assistance I ninger, Jr. of Taft the views nomination stop, but we do not FLORIDA *ONE 225 P. O. BOX 1012 :'

of some nearby own Business statistics,' analytical The club bad seven guests- I believe that by, any stretch of 1 I'

Interpretative data on commodities the Imagination can he be Justly -

W Sell d Repair and Industries,, mar- SUGAR CANE CROP I termed a "fellow traveler" ;.
keting, transportation, produc- HARVESTING STARTS Thats too much for even the '
MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES tion, sources of supply and other silly season.
factors In business and Industrial STATE: BOOKLET CHOSEN

activity. Complete census Tallahawe--(ENS!: )-A Flor- VOLUNTEERS NEEDED "
figures on population, industry, ida school: publication, "A Guideto f j \ I
SEC SrROM'S agriculture, mining, distribution Child Development Through Sgt. H. V. Alvey In charge of
of products. employment.vltal the' School Years," has been public relations at the Army and

.... chosen by the U. S. Office ,of i Air Force Recruiting Trailer,
.. .
+t1 announced today
Fort Pierce
for distribution to;
Education :
P L'U -BING C 0. LOYAL ORD OF I educational leaders overseas that volunteers are needed 82nd for ;
I enlistment in the famous:
MOOSt Airborne Division, part of which ,: .
arUARt.t statistics all the various and I
and will carry out Operation Snow- I
JENSEN SEA FLA. PHONE, 15S-J-3, sad s.A ..NESDAYSWooedm numerous fields covered- by census -i drop this winter at Pine Camp, 4 ?r
Ball reports.
I N. Y.
SANI-WAY DfPOSAL UNffS ,MYERS PUMPS Representation in matters with _
give
other government agencies Including -I ADDS PHOTO FEATURE
War,Assets Admlnlstratton. -I
Reconstruction Finance Coutant Commercial 'Photographers -
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS TITLES I Corporation, Department of)*-. announced today that
bor, Fish and Wildlife Service, they have added roll film finishing -

.A TRACT & ITLE INSURANCE. CO> NC. : Department of Interior and others to their services.

10 Victory Arcade' with which, business. has SavingsvAccountMoey

I Fla. dealings.
Stuart The Miami District Office Is

located at .47 Seybold Building, R A GUARANT -
.
USE UR ABSTR CTS U Northeast tit St, Miami, Tele- S'

HEY COST NO MORE phone, 8-783S. ,


Our Plant I I. fluble Checked From the Records' I 'India'Kashmirte extending up the In HiirwUiva Northern EST E When \\>u 'NeedifR It

LOCAL ATT*NEYSi,CORDIALLY I INVITtD slopes. Is sometimes called "The

IFFICE PLATS AND SURVEYS_ House of Many Stories. '
__ TO _USE. OUR-- --- ----- Properties 01 kinds -i t Through the Years Builds SuccesAil I Lives and Successful
-
sinesses. Get in the Habit of Putting / Little Something Away
'for sal. ch Week In Your Savings Account.. ,

STOPS FRETTING
IKING Also! rental red inmice.
.NO '

REPAIRSMA E, SOON.. ISAVE, FURTHER DAMAGE NERVES.TO PARTS LET ., C IZENSBANK 01 STUART' f



OUR ON gL T'INKG MECH JO ICS INSPECTALIREADYFRAYED; IN* TODAY -, EdwarRe Mme. Meifr, : ThsFedeialReserve, System; and Federal'DepJ"Insurance_Corporation..


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sir The\ :Bank,of, Personal Service

WIBEY MOTOR CO P. O. 'Arcade Bid,. K

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AhfWUR' AVSBORN ANDRUW V'ILEY- Phone 291

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r J _. Private r' -- ] URGES. _.CHANCE. .__ 1 1I 'Ropvc7ON.' At4 .fIT.q; ) basket through adoption of i
Flying Florida'i aglap -,cr.a#. Jarnj. tillage methods which
wlvlAse M.nlas er aseKI Marl
t 1 : I IIi FISHINGIN 89 cent of theState's I yields
ers operating per .1 up to 22 per cent,
.' % LCOHoL Set a g i I
\ I Rules OutlinedIncreased farms, can prove a major of farR production' ( mel11od\
factor Jit the world' food made Jac
1. .r wy rr.d.d pHh o.. W.. N.wwuarkaI filling s 'publlo Indicates
t I h I' I 1 WHITI CROSS ROSPI ALw THE FAMOUS -

J.I ) ,'I"" \ III $210 C. 0 Avs..e p w ar-.. 52. hx.nbera. Flo.I operation of air- : .&NI 2AITID ADVfMiSUW
St.
Lucie
\ ,I\1. planes far private purposes In Region i
I A I I -- -- the Southeast: brought (from
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NAtURAL
rise TftU IPOaTIMAN IS A CUAIDIAM W USOUMCSt
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\ William M. Robertson, regional
. 4 i .lJa Y DON'T iIAVE 0 WAIT administrator of the ClvU Aero By ERNEST ITpNS ment was angled because some

r ; : : nausea Administration, today Hunting season opened today. people didn't like the law and trI

4 AT an outline of conditions under This year it depends on you I used their Influence to see thatit
I ei which a private pilot may use Stricken by Hoods; the, wasn't enforced When they
quail 2
a : ] 1 f DAN LSI aircraft They are] crop Is short Overshooting may got a law they liked, they asked Qld Dixie HWl, '

', 1. Crow-country trip carrying mean no hunting nextyear. Real for and. got enforcement. That StuartPHONE
1i.'t You Lunc IM Re dy At DANIELS.' passengers would share the"ex sportsmen. should la O.K. That'is tine
lllfI I Fart Efficient S vice. Sea ng Capacity 55 People 1-Take Just what) you need But there can't be such thing 276-c

:" :'1 2.Teat lying aircraft follow J-Don't.clean: out a covey. as part-way enforcement The
. I {, AI I LSI. ing a repair, and ferrying air Leave enough for seed, place Legislature to change laws Is In the _- t sp R
where they are
I craft from point to point. 3-Get the cripples
I. t ". Lippincot Bid,. P. O. Arcade 3. As a traveling salesman, the Following these rules, and being made. Enforcement of a law I
II ( I private pilot may use aircraft sportsmen Instead of .meat\ should not be tampered In anyway =:NY< NEEDLt'
i ,I, / \Ii . tot his personal transportation hunters, will Insure a quail crop by how any. bloo,of people .
t< f I provided the aircraft Is not usedto next year. Think about the future (tee! about It.
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I 1 I t deliver merchandise sold by when you hunt today. Earl Is doing his duty la this BER
the salesman I matter u a capable officer, and
1'1 :' I WA .ED i 4. A private pilot employed bya Arthur Ausborn and Henry I he deserves public support He '

.. : ., :, company for other than piloting Lawrence enjoyed fine fishing Is enforcing the boat license I' JOHN TEMPLE CRAVES ORfANY
.. I'' ,Ii' to Know Mfhe\| They Can Buy Garden of aircraft n\i carry passengers out Martin highway the other law regardless of whether It I Graves of Birmingham,'speak ',

'-1 :: Pottery, Bird Baths, Aindifls, Urna, Vases, Hanging or other employes on day Ausborn, using a fly rod, pinches some toes', and is enforcing I ing. before some Z5I atrlcul-
: 11 BatketL F business trips provided the trip was catching bass as fast as he the law allowing seines, (
i Is for his own personal transportation could unhook them and toss whether a certain sector of the tural, industrial and governmental ] BUILDIIGT MATERIAL'LLORSEE

1 ;: : 'f .':; CITY LOG ?. and other passengers them back. Of course he kept populace likes it or dislikes it-- leaden a' a cotton j jsnerchanlxatlon
PALM CABINI is '
p are .Incidental to the trip. a fine string of keepers Lawrence and enforcing the one-mile conference at
I Nearly 300 firms and Individuals was strictly after bream limit on gill nets, whether that Stoneville, Mira, Mid ncchaa '
+ a: I ( it Turn to Right f After Crossing Bridge) are operating more that) 700 and had a fine string is. liked by all or not ; JaI,tlon of cotton will bring a ) 1'1l
I i' ; 'j I I I G. F. BLAUVELT planes In non-scheduled air carrier ,. If we are going to have law. revolution te the South which l
r. operations being conductedIn enforcement, lets have it all the disastrous effects -> '
Some snook and tarpon are ; jnayhave some
1111111111111I111I11111111111111111I111I11I1. ... -- IIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!/ the squtiwaat-carrying- thru reported In the locks area j way around. If we don'& like the hut It must be adopted East C ast Lumber
the air everything from orchids A hornet new has been stir- laws, we can certainly ask our ,_lid speedily or I Southern
t I'I' ripe bananas and baby chick to red up through announcementby !legislators to change,Them, cotton will lose Its market ,

{j';, : FORltXPERTI/ corpses, Robertson said.Florida.s Conservation Department Officer "Sooner qr later,* he said, & Slpply Co.
f'' j Earl Rlcou that he Is goingto One of the happiest men I "cotton Is going to have to
1 Growth enforce the boat license law have met In a long time was Earl stand on its own feet It caatgo
; I *r. In Martin County V. Carskadon, Clarksburg, W. oa forever looking te God
: Rlcou also states that he is goIng Va., who is spending a fishing aad the Government Phone 22 Box 305 Stuart, Florida
Machine I Work Reflected in All to enforce the net laws here. vacation at Wards Camp, Jensen
Shop lot Beach, Mr Carakadon came
A of boat owners-particularly THREE NAVAL AIRFIELDS
Economic.Phases. some non-reildent boat walking In off the bridge Friday STILL OPEN FOR LEASE
\ owners and some persons con- morning with a beautiful 4-lb! -
t I P3TJRT nected with the tourist businessfeel pompano caught on live shrimp Bidding Is still open for a total 1 wf re I sit....6y Joe Marsh
; CALL 33 Florida astonishing growth that it Is wrong to chargea "Rod and reel, too," he was em. of I.(16 acres of land containedIn :
since 1930, and particularly In tourist a (21 non-resident boat phatic. "Not a cane pole" Just three Naval statelllte airfields JM :
I the last decade, Is evidenced In license. So do L to give you a good idea of Brother -, In Central and Southern Florida. ,
I all phases of the State economy BUT I BELIEVE THAT IT Carakadop's: fishing fun at, This land. being leased by the )1 opolitan Papers'
Stuart Marine Service presenting problems of expansion THAT LAW IS ON THE BOOKS Jensen, we understand he latch.ad commander: of :Naval air bases (
t 1 I 1 as well as advantages, EARL RICOU !SHOULD. EN. on to and landed 24 sea trout for one-year periods, renewable lease Copyl) ;
the research and Industrial diets FORCE IT Thursday tor a total of five years Although
j :
1 i iii Ion of the Florida State Chamber I don't agree with a lot of the the Navy is keeping physical ,
.t'I' I Incorporated I I of Commerce stated yesterday In i iIIU laws on the Conservation De- Late,, Friday afternoon I lost possession of the property in nock T
different undcnmfk
I Folks kern were np Ofm
r' weekly business review, I another Bream fishIng bfiM
I partment books but enforcement argument case of another national
''lii ii '. Most significant Is a 57-pef with I emergency srtkte es Oar ToA I repirntjB| folks work bir l; UttoeowkwIn
\ of the laws and respect for my boy patiently explained leasing It U expected to .
I. ( cent Increase In the permanent the laws Is bigger and of more to him ttiatt be would prevent Its depreciation due to i city pipsp side M Mfmil at lfbt U their f.milK; ui.
; _( 1. population of Florida since 1130: importance than whether you or not catch a black bass because erosion, weeds and lack of maIn- like a brack o( "U I 1" j ;I to date; 21 per cent of this Increase I like them. For years Martin black bass wouldn't bite cut tenence and also to help alleviate sticks sad wortiil*wkUtn.1 Uki we do.

occurred since 1940. County has been a land whereno shrimp Just bream so he the shortage of razing territory (Lest pesos I s* with ekla From where r alt,It iiwkbkers '\..
''Ii'' ;I ;i' : Your Idle{ money 'With' this rapid growth In.I, laws were enforced 18 the caught a 2-pounder on cut In the State: Bid forms war tesslft Weigh ea ? u you j live In ,? trat,
) population have come proportionately salt waters The nan-enforce shrimp' It aln no use for these fields may be obtained Ads way east) sine or on s f rm- work liS s

It t. ,I. ( i: expanded demands on' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIHIIIIIIIInlllllIIIIIIIi i '" !!!l iiiiiilllIl11l1utlllltllllllllllllNotes from the Public Works Officer I ran aa dltJ.l ea BOW% we or seorneeid-theAsere.
the State physical plant living
;
I Ca' Naval Air Bases Command 7th spoke.of eiq 'sUellx', MOMiw ftdlUon of quiet horn life,"tav<
and recreational accommodatlona -
f \ *: power, transportation and of Interest To VeteransGeorge Naval, Jacksonville District, Naval Air Station dressed wtaeaews, nly (Interested *rite lI.bit&. arid wflhtsrlk.s.Is .

j communication facilities; Baking money,ft spending it I common to sU of ni.la .
: I' i \ The fields available their
: 1 N Other growth Indicators since H. Moore V. A. Contact Officer areas, locations and closing dates night clubs.
1 It fir ( '' 2' 1940 show an Increase In income At office of H. R Lowery, Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarters' for bids are: Rowland.! 1,025 Fact h, It we gJ to bow sack r90e'
; to Individuals In Florida of 163 I to 4 m Monday
I :,; : q't p : : ; toy Atlantic Ave.: acres, 13 miles northwest of elks we'd rt.bl dud we're art
I \ cent In bank deposits of 338 I
per ; !shoos t 1luuxnu11u11uwRh uuh/l w NnntlupumuqununnupuDlwwwuA.Iy \ Vero Beach. Nor 29. 1947., Val-
I ''tt'' Per Annum / per cent; domestic electric customers karla, 87S acres, 10 miles south
HospitalizatiOn and rehabilitation the veteran's physicianhas '
60 per cent, gross postal Gprrebr.194 U.isdfras/rcw+ f'''-,
: of Melbourne
Dec.t. 1947. Mala-
iP on are basic fundamentals of been authorized\ by the VA
I f % receipts, 130 per cent;. life Insurance .
I bar, (40 acres, 8 miles south of
92 cent residential the of benefits : to treat the veteran VA will pay
sales administered
!.) Insured Savin per ; program ;
Melbourne' Deo (, 1947,
coat of the prescription! If It Is ,
I telephones <1 per cent; by the Veterans. Administration ,
Ir ; '. Accounts business telephones 31 per cent; .' used in treatment of the veteran Not My line,
for former
i servicemen.Here STAMP TO COMMEMORATE .
; .:,'. 1:{\\t.>r '. The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance CorporaItr passenger Cent and car truck registrations and tractor, 17 are the answers te a few of ?s, service-connected disability. EVERGLADES PARK DEC i '
I per
Itr! 1 t 'pp'',; lion insures/ individual accounts to $(000, Husband registrations, 30 per cent. the many questions. veterans ask -- BUT 01 INE. .
I +t, ;' s and wife may IrtiVe" total of $15,000, fully insured. ..... VA about their rights: ARLES RISE A comprehensive program has
Q.-My son, who was blinded been completed for the first sale
}First Federal sayings accounts are !legal investments '
while In service during World Wholesale sales In the South- at the Florida
City Post Officeat !
Ilf I'' for Trust Funds< as well as Funds held by Guardians, VicVctjayjTHINK War II, and I would like to know, east during September totaled 1:30: a.m. Dec. 5 of thecent J1 4t

I ,II I Administrators and Executors. \\ if he is entitled to receive a guide. 75H2000, an Increase of more stamp commemorating the ded-
,I : dog at Government! expense? than 11 per cent over those of ication of Florida s, Everglades
Call Write \l'r
: or \ ITOVERMAC.1OU CAN A.-Yea. A service-connected August, according to Bureau of :National Park. The program will
'4' APPLY FOR A & lOAN SUARAK1Y blind veteran II entitled to receive -, the Census figures made publicby precede by one day the formal
L ANYTIME WITHIN\ YEARS FDOM at Government expense, a C. Parker Persons regional dedication of the-park by Julius
: FIRST FEDERAL guide dog and various devices director of the U 8,
II A JULY X.W47 OR Win;02060iM Departmentof Krug, Secretary of the Interior,
e necessary M assist him overcome commerce in Everglades
WHICH EVER LITER,
'' his handicap: ,
Savings and Loan Association
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Q.-If it ; ;necessary; for a
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1 1.4 y o! Indian River (County) blinded veteran to be hospitalized -

Ij I 1 VKRO: BEACH, FLORIDA. ,' G vadnavNfwxfl'aWF may he take a seeing dog FUGATE and GREHUEES

i jl 1512-20th Street' Dial 2137R. ( to the hospital with him? le
i MtlMEf 3 A.-Yes. The dog will be fed Engineering "
1I rCanada and cared for while the patient Surveying, Blueprints 1
tL'' t W. Sedgwick, Secretary.Treasurer .
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is under treatment at the hospital

'
r 1 I' Member Feeler*, Home Loan Bank and Federal Estimates Submitted On303E. neat w

; Saving and Loan Insurance Corp. _
) Q.-Does the veteran have to
fr'v.p .. >' I IM e Current dividend rate_ have a 10 per cent or more serve .kS". $ j Stuart Fla. .

ice-connected disability to be I
eligible for out-patient treat- PHONE 311.ant .
ment?
A,-Any veteran with an established
service-connected disability
is entitled to out-patient o Q O 0=0 oCo- =:
i QujjIjiber bus Increased its tad< treatment for the service-con ZOQTIat '
a
: makes
; production! more than 140 per cent nected disability, regardless of 1 Innovations In the spirit th

; the degree of the disability .JUCATION LINE'

Q.-If :I go t:;; private physician U ( u u.v 'ilfFfCTx \\KTY
to determine whether :I
need hospital treatment dom T8 co

rs 1 1j ill iciliary care, will the Govern our Car Thoroughly I I"Method. /
j 4 r Ie L h r ment pay the cost of( the exam- Lubricated
,
1
1 AIit inalipn? Allow a llNle Mine b.lwe GIVI OTHHS' [
+
A.-The government will pay .- Our Modern Lubrication, aat.t psrmn Pttat to { A CHANCIMm

the cost of examination by a .. a (IMkhNndllr.WN.r
private physician only if prloj *
building a new authority has been given the Exp.H A on Duty

t>- */ home, B. SURE of physician by the Veterans Administration T.xaco Products Marfak Lubrication
for this examination Fl. I TiresCOLEMAN'S "
it r j tifs'Ye/yffF FOUR CORNER When another partytinfkoieqjtmerotior< e;.. REIMS'IUNSI
STONE
SERVICE{;
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: STONES)-GOOD .Q.,-Flease tell me what veterans INplatNPnlly
i"I A jThe difference between the Cost of quality I rk are eligible to have prescriptions 229 Old Dixie H h y. Across R. R. Track r l*< rh* line ouj4V< EMERGENCY
fro ire Store. '
LAND GOOD filled at Government expense Os. Qi Doa ""
k and Inferior, lumber it so small that can raf
you PLANS GOODC0NSTRUC. _:agaO i:::=:= loeaoi- =:: : :

f afford the expense off chi lumber; Pie ate .

1 ''and accept quality lumber only L pr a vast \\
calls
TION, AND GOODSURANCE. Dependable Installation Complete qultlly.This

4 difference ._._ eI ( asm/** bitter or yqp tom;CALLS ORIQ
And
Quick Repair Service
I Let the right grade fort fight purpose. 0 !? !'! ,, I

lAd Let us help you te! r lyml.r anY .

+Y pWil4rngmaterial. r

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ED PP6vsry y
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Good llmhr, uIF_ $s N1rw h11111f Complete Line of plumbing Sup SesVQLLRATII aseuml V M boskcaH uab HANO UPPACE

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THIS STUART NEWS STUART MARTIN COCNTT' FLORIDA. THURSDAY! NOT--q -20- -, 147STUART -- PAGE E'1PTEgif'
WILLIAM CRARY I 1'-
ACADEMIC HONORSA EARNS SCHOOL AID DELAYED THE FIGHT AGAINST POLLUTIQN CERTIFICATION: NEEDED Bureau of the Census figures tea 1{
(Reprinted from The Miami Daily News) Florida cities have submitted to the bureau of Sanitary Dr Wilson T. Sowder, State leased by C Parker Persona, regional -
CITY COMMISSION{ Stuart By THOMAS W. HAGAN health officer this week warned director of the U. S. Department '
boy William C.Cr.'y, Engineering plan*, for a small portion of these needed
Regular Meetings on of Senator and Mrs. Evan Dade County voters, In approving a 2-mlll tax In- facilities in the last six years, including proposals for 28 all Individuals and organizations ot Commerce
Crary,was among n student In crease for the purpose of enlarging the school plant, are sewage treatment works. During the calendar year of engaged In structural put con-
8:00 PM.Znsl asking why the 1947 Florida Legislature'). bountiful! trol work: or commercial: fumigation -
the School ap- -946 plans were received and approved by the Bureau for
*d 4th Upper of the Bolles propriation for increased aid did not Include\ a fund for to apply Immediately Jar BUY Junk
School, Jacksonville, to win first this 34 sewerage projects whose aggregate estimated cost was certification. Application maybe WIv, ,
WEDNESDAYS academic honors for the second program. more than $11,000,000. Most of this planning was accomplished made to A J. Rogers, secretary wrecked cars, scrap .
Stuart Aty Hall month of the session, It was an- The answer Is it did. It set up' an. amount for new under the Federal Works Agency program of Florida Structural Pest
nounced by Maj. D. J B.! Hooker, buildings equal to $SOO a school room'a year in State and 'advance planning funds to communities for such work Control Board Box 2728, University coppe and brats.C .
superintendent. To county funds, providing counties appropriated an extra
earn first Station, Gainesville.
ubllt Aiwa .,Welcom honors a cadet( trades all must $100. But,because of prospects of a depleted treasury Only small number of these projects have culminated in CO'AU
*, be eo or above, except one class before the end of the biennium, the State is holding up the construction. It is anticipated that plans will be submitted FARM VALUES BOOSTED TS
In which he Is allowed one B3 money needed for"new buildings. :Also the law and regu- during the current year for work considerably in excess Ninety-five years of arming
---I lations are considered stringent. of the previous! amount However !if a sizable proportionof In the southeast have seen the South DixieMighway
'W.Selltheesf Here is the provision in the State law referring to these approved projects art built during the, next decade value of farm lands and buildIngs Fort Pierce ,
Mu "We
Service the Re.l"STFpMBERGCARLSCN I "capital outlay" projects: real progress, will. have been made toward adequately In that section advance Phone 129 Y
"The amount Included In the minimum foundation sewering the urban population and abating the from $469,000,000 In 1850 to $4,>
/ II program for capital outlay and debt service, plus the additional tremendous degree of pollution now existing. I 974000000 In 1945, according to
amount provided py the county as set forth herein, The hp'e'd of educating the citizens, of our State con
Radios!' & Radio PhonoaphsIARTLETT shall be expended only upon capital outlay projects and cerning these matters already )has l been mentioned. Facts
I debt service for new projects approved by the State superintendent and more facts are .needed to(incessantly emphasize the II
in accordance with regulations of the State Boardof need for adequate'waste disposal facilities. Such a program 1
( Education), on the basis of a survey authorized under cannot be confined to generalities since citizens naturally Announcing the Candidacy :
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BROS.IT regulations of said board, until all major capital outlay and justifiably Insist on having a complete understanding :,,3,3Of
needs/ in the county have been met, and thereafter any of a situation before agreeing to underwrite what ,
Otceola\tr I Phone.209 portion of the fund approved by the State superintendent may prove to be a costly sanitary convenience. To obtain
under regulations of the State board may be used for debt specific data, the Bureau of Sanitary Engineering has recently l (
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service acquired a mobile field laboratory. It is anticipatedthat
The State board on Aug. ?6 adopted a regulation that the operation of this unit will enable the Bureau staff
llvite Your Friends ToSailsdprt the money could be used only for such sites, new school to obtain factual information regarding stream pollution rfL.J. "
biuldings, equipment for new buildings, or major permanent and efficiency of water end-sewerage plants. In addition, "Larry" Vollrath :1
alterations or additions to exiting school buildings with five regional engineers stationed in the field, it is :
which have been approved by the State after a survey. ;
Restaurant planned that a continuous stream pollution investigationwill I
t tJuat School Boards and ,
County superintendents particul-- be instituted in the immediate future with present
arly resent the State requirement because it meansa *
survey and facilities and endeavor made to obtain f
personnel
detailed study of the building needs of 67 counties before an a for I
J,
South I Frazier Creek Bridie on U. S. I any money can be distributed. Dr. Edgar 1* Morphet, pollution picture of our coastal waters and as many of j
FOR secretary of the Florida Citizens Committee on Education. our our inland water! as U practicable. '
which drafted the original 1947 school bill, is in charge of i:,
REAL faOME COof ED the survey. Moreover the boards and superintendents City Commissionerin i
MEAL
COUTANTCOMMERCI
resent that their own money must be tied up-the $100 a I"
school room a year-while the State money Is threadingthe
TRY OUR' DELICIOu| STEAKSOR tortuous channel before release as approved.Dr. L PHOTOGRAPI
Morphet conferred with school officials here Oct. the Municipal Prlnftry of Tuesday,
21 and the survey 'of county schools is scheduled to start Real Estabe Photography 25 I
SEA FOOI4IN Jan. 6r 1948, it was said. '" .

BENJ GOOD ID, Prop. THE PRESS-HERE AND IN RUSSIA r. Roll FilmsDeveloped
The enormous difference between the Russian\ and the
American ideas of government is perfectly illustrated by PORTRAITS AND AERmLPHOTOGRAPHY 1
the recent denunciations of our press by high Soviet of- Krueger Bldg. Box %3/ Phone 324
BETTER TRA E THOSE ficials, and their demand that restrictive measures be DELECT A
taken to stop "unfair" criticism of RUII.la.The '
Soviet spokesmen seem to be all in favor of a ,
TREAD-WJRN ?RES NOW! 'free press" -so\ long as its comment agrees with their LIST eats and Rental ruSINEBS MAN 1
curious ideas of right and wrong. In Russia, the' press is Homes
"free" to print government-inspired editorials and official RD )
handouts from the Politburo, the Foreign Office and the
GOOD; A 4RE Kremlin. If the slightest deviation from the party line it/ 12 / -' TO 00 A ;:
found in a Russian newspaper, the \usual\ practice is to I RENTING
send the editor In charge on a long voyage from which ENT I
there is no returning.The \. .To, 4 BUSINESS- KE JOB I IJ
Russians may be perfectly sincere when they gay }, n venue
*ArMORI NOfe-StfD they cannot understand American newspapers. This is 317 rain i
MIlE/fcB one of very few nations left on the face of the earth where Stuart, Florida i
Averaged In Actual Rdbd f ate any editor so long as he stays within the laws covering f
IJ libel and other'crimes, can say what he pleases.. The J ,
ITIOMCU COM Russians seem to think hat the grooving< criticism of Soviet -
TOM TUam HI y y actions in our press is the result of orders from the govern- I P
rosnMPCSICM 8111011021 ment. Nothing as every American knows, could be further COME IN-SEE -. t
from the, truth.' It is, to the contrary! the simple consequence ;
of the fact that the majority of editors believe that ,
814.40 EASY TERMS the principles underlying U, S. foreign!: policy are correct :XL 1
AI tow as $1asaCM. and inevitable.The >
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T.. Week free press is the basis of all other freedoms. De- THE NEW I,
struction of the right to criticize, to speak one's mind, must
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=--= :I be followed by the destruction of free government, free (
enterprise, freedom of religion. The\ Soviet,press is usedas LI
WIM MOTOR CO. a weapon to turn the Russian people Into mental robots I I II
and to make every man and woman slavishly think alike I
fn'd repeat the same phrases.! The Russians don't realizeit
N, Fieri Highway Stuart Fla. ,, but their recent violent denunciations the American,
press are a fine tribute to it-and to the system of government ,I.

,which makes its existence possible.! _____

r GEORGE SWARTZOTT; fJ4EZE'RS' ..
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Boston hits been appointed m- Larger Capacity! Lower Cot: !. : I
Tommy Savasnlounces sociute superintendent of the ,t. n ry
Children's Homo Society of .
Florkla ,to Slate Supt. Marcus S It
C. "Dudily" Fagg who recently FEATURES GALORE 1
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completed his 37tb yenr,In the
posit inri. Fait-frMit compartment 1
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The, 7 NngeMifl lid' : -'
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I I. A Erne ot! aa to 0..... 1l1ea,... DESIGN DISPLAYED SOUTH USES PULPWOOD CHURCHES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST"oOta EMPLOYMENT t'P
I Week's E...' A. 11....._ M u M Malrl cording to report
CL LegalInstruments 14,51..... i h
Cna G. Mmndpf, a II...,. He5I.w. Athens,. Oa, NOT' 20.,-A de- DUrtng ''the first eight months 'of tk.\L..AND..-...BOOT"... hob.la. Hi will* .aobjaet. aaad Tallahassee; NOT, 20.-Employment Cart B. Smith, chali, 0 tl

LIQUID MEDICINE is BITTER [ Oledn v.... L IL H.Rkbad.a..... a Ids to 518.1 IIb.do L.C,8tu Howard ilgn for herb gardens, made by of It47, the South consumed I. Canrenaa of CarUt.. __tl.t, tarowk- In 'msjiuraciurtnf"estabUihmenU Florida Industrial i

1 tl 1 / Gw NM awl. lalial at Cald ueui 4 ,* $d II..UI. Mlllw ft oa n W.I.. O. Gordon Butcher, Stuart, Hs., astudent nearly 43 per cent of the pulp- wit .... world .. ..,...... !!I... ISTh. continued to Increase
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1 1 I'' e.I.e. "I ..C I I4.,L Moora X i oJdo. Tail la "11'. .
J I. IQ Bartlin S. Knranalnrar 10 I..... W Crlaa: : of I landscape architectures wood used In the nation, according I all wltaapn and was eatlmated to total 7S600 ,- It it timutcd inn trwtlir
MOITCACt tea-kb.Hln.-" aa la n final tkalion
at the tJnlverslty of 19
SPECIAL WARRANTY I Georgia on Sept. U compared with CUB Legion
666 cots RrP AnoN Hn..f 'K van C. F.4w Coen... K.ana Oarr to Kannar at al. tq Bureau of the Census figures / of .... Lord,. ara abanraa. inta tkak tontndl r wd
: has been
't 1 c+.unao n.L. ?' : K n M flnl5'.L BILL OR SALE placed on displayat .... 8.5.. 1_ .",." \to ....,,\ ._ U the Aug IS level of 71,800 ac Sett tdallklg 1200ljOAOt(! Y
.... .."... nnd Loan Aa Ckarba: W II...,.. .. al M William F.Br.nnw. the Athens Regional Library made public by C, Parker > .... Ipka.t' tta Lord" (U CarlatblauIUII

J' '" Body Hfllmnn; : : M Haaawar. _tl... Sinclair( Y..... Company t., Cll, '"( announces H. B. Owens head Persons, regional director of the .
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Yo Rod 11.11.In. .. I. II....... 1'_"" alwlA LtAK of the department of landscape U S. Department of Commerce. Inn L a.on- .. 01. aII:I .,I r: Crow FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHIN9 I
Refifesh -
self architecture. Uia Blblal "O Ood 1. thou ... .. God,
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lk lwnr4: ) to William I P II. 1
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Charka Lavana t* Flrat Fd..11.1. oarlr will I. Uaal anal I ihlrawtnfor
II I' When Out Ovlr Way Inva and L.an A.aa.iatto RELEASE. RATE'BOOST SOUGHT tkaa. mr flaah l bea4.r than Indrr LET t'MUR
William C Cnnninikam: VUraMt Daf
w
I Wllbrd F. M'.4, to (1U..... Hank. *ft STIPULATION CITED and tklratr land, *:0..,* n. wntarla '
I : I _l e1aH.. YnnwlkPUS Orlando, Nov. 20 I'NBI1x< ) ; Ta a a Uj p.wor nnd lay rlorr J Y 'i,
a.l.h a ." a CIII... '" ...n.Jlhrh -LEASE: Tallahassee, Mor 20 City aa M I na>a .weir Uaa la tin nwa.rFT. & DONALDSQNOIT .
A. wRhn 1* CBan.. ..nII oC Ohl. Oil Company .. Th. "till.. truck lines operating common ( SI'
yl E\R SATISFACTION OF FEDERAL LIEMCoJIaalor owned property Is exempt from
$ 81deH I..W' Inaludaa' tha ,
V_ K. r.>...ui.. to r..$., 1'....... of InternalVlrtor 11..... to M.R. .. taxes only when It' !Is used for a carriers In Florida filed with 1.1r.c.-:; ::=Tram Ua Cnrtatlnai > | I
&.I Loan A........... Sutwr & .... ....-... .'.._. ../ Uanlth "-
......... L P11endla .. 'In.. '...... Savlnna CONDITIONAL SALES CONTaAC1' strictly municipal purpose, says the Florida Railroad and Public .Itn .... u tha Sariplum- Mar
1 a .I SODA HOP I .and Loan A_.... Ed: Frtedral. ..... C............ a WII. Attorney General J Tom Watson Utilities commission for permission Bakar EddrtIdmlltr la tka. ..n......> They i id
K. p 8'........... ""\... Fadaral. .... ew r.AFFIDAVIT to establish a 1D- of Spirit tka rarionton In niiltlfarlotu OW
i... ..4 Lan. kaaorlalloni percent forma af th. ll.ln. PXnclpU. ...... B.ulla
FOUNTAIN DRINKS Try A. .yes" to t..t....i Bank of ..rue.athd ... 14.101. I., ....._ a TIle Publla bent Increase In intra-itat ..... .........., Llfa, and. Intalllffanaawklok To Make Floors
L.cmPa to .5ldre, I. RlrkardCHATTEL .. C Cklllln/ ..orln, ta Tno I'ublW., 01 .... / la ladl'ldunllaad. .. .Ice not New
rate.
a Cane about twothirdsot freight at a meeting of the
j" dl(, i Ij i SANDWICHES & COFFEE 00". L. C. 81,1111.. to TII. !rubs.. surnlut( I. "then. awl. ... .0'.. .fleet ace,.
f *;' jj I INDIANTOVpN FLA. M&RTCACER W, L. PredMha.. to TM ulna. the world commission held here last week. tblq 4.IIN'Ior 0 S"'rnIC''III..
B Baal to Okh.... (.'...., Bank .ndaluata Harkua to The PublicT nigur W. Sj-JaTind FiniJL Wax and ;
114 'i iiiniiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiqiiiiiitiiiiiiiiniiiiyQl'NKER WOI4. F. B''..ui... M Clt/.... BuiltWIII4w T Ouihtmian to Tb, .Public, Polish, ,
n I''. PAETIAL RELEASE Of MORTGAGE tat'Ce.k,1 Walton 10 Food Jaa>.. Your New Ivors Too ,
F .... ,. Edward. Lud..lc. W. L. FndrlYe. t. El..,. K. T7.4.1I. wJler': : HONE FREE PARKING M.. J
I. frlrdbalai. .. Sank of Pakokaa DEED Ron RoroiKk Waltol M Fred j.maaW.lion
WUI''. K. Val '0.' Lucia c...., Bank. II....... M. Ritekfe to Cuban. R. WaMn. Right Down Town
CROP MORTGAGE T....'... 01 Intend Intpnvomont, Put SATISFACTION. OP JUDGMENTKdttord FILL UP WITH CAjUNE AND PARK ALL DAJ ALL '32-R FOR FIIEE
..
LlnealR Millar ta Me.**. Kilbajr Joirnhlna. Wubkard. ,ESTIMATE
Farman H. Ad
.. ...... ..fu ... SINCLAIR
.1. ,. Hon I. J.nw C Mofklty' M CHARTER Solvl
,-ASSIGNMENT OF IIIGHT 01' WAY John W Rlolira htound.ll WNA And Let UI Help You Your Floor ProU..
: A.-. ... .Ii.r .. .". Loult: <*"t'r to lror.. B MORTGAGE. Will.... Souther. .t... Laid nd TI.M' eo,. DECLARATION.: OF OIL LEASEMagnolia : : $ OpwlaOlloo .
... .. '. ..... .. JFb.l
I SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE: .tln. to MmADMINISTRATORS ( '" 1' Cvmnaay N Tk. ORIDA
FIlM fodnral Nava.. and Loan Aaaoala. DEED PtibUai .
4 ''f : a U.. .. aunlw 11:. O.koe4y .. ... -,...
1. t .
La" annloa Credit V.too a ...4. .
11 'I" till P. anlth. ,II I,
:: '. '' RED! MIX OYaeb.ba Cua 15.0.. k e. S. B... '
j .
; : I _.., ''....... ... lea lo J. H Cal DOLLARS PATRONIZE
Ir I CONCRETE .ten. -- -
\ I. Hank 01 PJQUITCLAIMS Paul,..... Jr.

f '"u i Smltk Horidn tam to Martin Cou.tr. SPENT IN HOME. FIRMSOFFERING
f
'' + RF 17CINGy 'Ml M Hoanah l to Martin County Bias MARTIN COUNTY
H,,rr l),.. to K... 8mita .
) .: ; ; ; .1' STEEL W. I. Fuadrlektaa U ....... at. ,.'....11. MARTIN COUNTY YOU
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: JO.n M J. u Martin. Count, '
y
J H. A and Arckla Wakattald. to Martin -
'
,. STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE
nty.R
Oq SERVICES
: .1! ,I ii,' t C CRETE :. V. ......? to C..tt. .
Nola Holdl. ,
Cw.eyMar.
a 11..1.
I'1': \ B CKS Co.....
I. H. rhiuond to Martin t....,.
', ;t ( rt C. A, Ma+ Mirlli Coyntr
'Bri"
Ii Wlllard L :.' to Mar,. County. ""I .-- ,

STEEL | ALUMINUM C.", ..ir.A. W.I.C. Knapp u Martin to K.ekla.Coyntr f. Kaapp IN FOR YOUR W Pick and Deliver COMPLETE ;.S
COME Up Tb
RIP
i, ''I "t"" : Ivuit. loardray to Martin, Countyairolj : 'Y' ly
I IP WUIDOWSMASOl ( Dunaeomba M !!Io.... Barnnarixill YOURLAUNDRY Electric I ; and Refrigera- Ice Mont .

r 9 I ", .ltl. II llunaromba, Caldoroood. ..to to Martin R. R W.County..... favorite lion SERVICE GLAMOROUS Camp t GCNCti6,
d C. G C.ld.,._ .U R. R. Wow. ., records
No Job Too Or
WHITE Largo NEWCLOIIf
.In h C. Wllllama t. R. R Wear Trailer 1 / ELE
i I P ND Ralph Caldarwood. to R R W.... Too Small
ulln H. fill.... to Dlntalddla Land Com. I rOIl DUIi'JCASE.
ENT vanr, KOBE SOUND and Gas
I 'I ", I liwldlr Land. Company U Thradora* ue.ts First Class Work UFr.Lr.5S Served rn, Uundrj,

'4 ( I ; Phone |48i Fort Pierce F. L. Roland Uthon' to Martin Ouintr Phone 287 ELECTRIC CO. I NAill :;: Cabinets and sll nil
t tf' r. L. Roland. to Martin County appllsncts. Rite
Vida E... ot Day Phone I
lr to Martin County
Little
f''?\ .i I," ) S.d1 W. ..B K.Tllton Htrnandn.. k....to... R.Martin, Waaon County. 11 TheRECORD I EOPLE'SDRY Hobe Sound 3271 .. Stuart, MARTIN COUim/

I Dl,.. Truat Company to .0...... a. SHOP i '
I Nit. Phone i
: t : w..".. Beauty! Fed. Hightway No. 1HPME ELECTRIC.I
CORPORATION. RECORD Lyric Theatre Stuart,185-.1 Phone 75
\ St.I. pl .,..... to Th. P.bllo Bldg. rte L Altlto NC 58 _

A, ,ip 1 \ i i.t./ .. .. (t. 1. Nrv, to DISCHARGE 4.5. (ob.J ." .......
J' \ Ann, t. --' -
) S rh.dn L. An6ea
n'I'' MURPHY DEED STUART I
. S.... 01 P144. I,1. H. Wh1USld.Hiatt FRANK HALEROOFING I r ilea of CANDY COOK'S'
'Ii 1:1: t" ?tl; ; .1 rl..ld. .le T.Io. Qwpo....... CAMPBELL'SOrange PAINT CO.
.... of flo"da a R. H. B..I.. I HOME MADE SERVICE STATIOH
r 1 'i IIn I... .1 !'t.rid. a J. B. 11.at.,
! l'I' has of KWIda/ a A.... Loako. I Juice By Boa or Pound PAINTSVARNISHES and
\ Haste. of Florida. to Tyrll( E Alton. .
Squeezed stand OUR TIRE
'
Ii at our lines. Divimtes LUNCH ROOM
;, 'I FIr S.aba of Florida ta frank P "hl..., I ; w <
I' 51.1", 01 Plea. to I, W. 1'.1........ AND Fresh Daily n Cream
I ) h1a.. .r rl.rid. to 00..14 C. Di...,. Brhq TS.. a V.. IW.'w (.I.i : ENAMELS TRAIIERmiBeer
I Hatt of Florida ta Harry C. toy. Roof too, 9..n R.ae 5.44..) w I. Cict a
t' I If ..... of rtortda to H.l_ Brajkotlehof .. Whole ounts w.r .1. .. aa .1b+ .0. Butter Cru! DwI ar P4 and Soft Drub
Ha.. Florida to Cnha: W. Blakraiona.ai Wail 44. MURPHY
f \ .. .. of Floida, u Fro I, I ,' 1'r l lI I 1I cold.St. CHASON'SService at ti! Miles So. of? Stsirt
I i I .,. of Florida, ta M. F Orrat. Phone 9141 and Leave Fid. Highway No. 1 nwlrucn
I i Has of Florida .. Mildred Heath'
w. B Matarkka.;
I r. : I S.... of Florida ta Naurlor 01,1.' ... Message ...,-J iWrlta and Jensen Road : Station Federal Hi-UiyNtt r
;4 "III. 'I He's t New ..... at rlorlda to A. Flrkard P. a Ban III t fr, I federal Highway SWEETSRain P. O. Arcade L GULF CASOUM
hue' of Florida U Kalamo E....... *
.tat* of rlorlda to John W BMI_. $tuart,, Fla-tf| | I Bldg 4th. St I __ _
Le! ..... of Florida,. W William A. Koaatanof __- _-_ _
Sue Florida .. .....
W B F" .1. _
S....t of Florida to L.. .,,. i. Murpnyp i '- -
j e'll give your worn, h tat.p of Florida, a R. M. 111.bf.d.. 0>
Itiirued tir* a "second 8..,. of )'Iorid.0 Willi. PIelferd. Smart SUNRAYJALOUSIES '
BUILDING
Ante of Florida to O'Sloan. Jensen Hd
.rq
t
find that 1 make 'em St...i of Florida W Clydo E. Smith. 1- .
S..,. of Florid it talarno l>a.olopmantr
.te like braul
!
I -new Bring Co.wey. Auto HOCBEE &
Camp '
t your old tread-bares Slat r of Florida M G...... B. KalcVar- SURE
bark...
[,day, We'U rlnew 'em in S..t. of Florida to R i. Lo..b...,. 1 II E U AND Uncle Billy sez 'TRY THE A-TH0!
jiff! hue of Florida to led,,. I. Hilton Mod Collate VALUENOME 0* II WO TRAM
has of Florida U Jo...... 8USINUI 1T STo\LLJNG
Stan of Florida to Hoy I. Lneknardk And railer Court (Eudu.l. .44.. $0 r..l General & ntracling ARE M ETHAN
Reasonably Prices: s..ita of Florida U Hanry C..... SUNRAY SHUTTERSESTIMATU ard.._... .......A-.J. 1101....ee.) >
..... of Florida to Charloa H. 110....J lKlltabatk aENTALr a % WUE Da ifUBMiTTEO and RV airs HAVE It
.. APT
Cute of Florida C.I Gone
I''' ': Stuart Recap EASEMENT AU. CO VLNIENCO Ii J P.Block | 832
,
I 11..1. H..lo. I. lit... of parl4. SunraShutter One Vst Palm
Servicebhason's WARRANTY BLAIR arU BAKER II i Oh, to be In college again, and I Beach
; 0. L. Willi.. to A M. Rbdra. ,. Products I City Bridge vn The Je en
W U Hulliv.a. to 0 U Mryara.I Old Dial HI WaPkoaw (ISS w. C. ARMQrl e. P. O. BOX *4* be a student one more, tb'stsd. RightrQuinn's .
( Service: Station H..ld n..... to Churh of GatI. J .
--- -- -- ,lea asslm'd I d not disdain-advice --
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.! J a. Pte a W. O. Cr.. "
1 | ao, FED. HIGHWAY U. S. I A... IIIYd n .1 to w. L 11..1.. e would not Ignore) I mtas'd __
f ), f ... .us Stuart. Fin. I. H. C.II.n to H. I. e_.. ---- tN --'
.j H..d ,. 0u.1!. a Jehs St..b''.... a lot In schooUn: years, but
'I ,: .. ", : 01,81. p. X.? ..> "kn W, Kallar. Listen lks ( thought myself as "Real hot;* LET US

: If f I Do /' -I spent more time In learnln Sto\e GiveYourCarCrTlsa
; you know \here is j ,

t irji Waterfront Propertie A First Class arbor k TAXI .,.. th' cheers than, how te use"Who" Meat, CrtMeries) A Complete Check tyEXPERIFI"CFf

In 1 and "wastl"I And Froien Foods!
ATTEKMi
I >
E It V I < EFhone always got a real fair grade-
j Along the Indian and Bt Lucle rivers and Hob Bound MUNCHlBarber AND MtCHANIdP.rl.
PRODUCE.
t j good fnessln', bluster' and bluff NOVELTIES, GIFTS al AH flak,
;, ''j"1" '4 Ocean F onase. I Sh 1 9154 : _bat tearnin that should now LENDINGU RA r OPEN It HOUKl YaO
VI '
He specializes: be my aide, .Is mostly forgotten

II 1:1-1': v t + Children's hair cut] J a F 'stuff! Th' parnn', th' verbs and Jensen $e Standard 0.1SUPEH .! fa

J''iIJ, A'< >a also call forGENE IIj: IN STUART USE syntax ar' all very well In school: Miinit Mov, paaw tel. S6HVICI Bunn

o but MY hew quick we forget th' cHANhL1a, hw
PAIGE ALI'H r.
A' 4 r I '
.1 1 I L A TAX! "fITS PHONE 91 .I Dlaa HIWe
tI Lyric. nu..,, Bide. II I I and speak more like a
J 1'' I RIVER RR CHEAPER 7.laell! .- ---- -

; :, --., too much store by. report _
r cards and thought they told It

( i ,' ; 'i'i TRUEMAN Merriman'sTavern I BOW MUCH I KNEW-but now Ii f CON R E T E P u bang air: Hind

I Fertilizer Im .ot-cLaSed by old school: FoundatAia, Floors '

n TUXEDO BEER WINES. CIGARS pards, wh. LEARNED and aEDri..w Sidewalk, set M eclCAltdul tal)

Ji'i HEWS PATERSSealtest ,, MEMBER IT TOO! I tell yea folks It's just like that tb' truth 'of BlocksJrBrlck, Dram 'u INVITPII;

FEEDS 1 Ic Cream I It you will find-th' mad; you meet who "Talks through his hat" Tilej5epti Tank, Js T Mr fee"

AND WAS NEVER TU' STUDIOUS KIND!. TIn t
Cf.NEIIIIIE! or Open t a. ... Tfll U y. m. Fact: ,

s I lG wI INSECTICIDES and Clued. Sunday \ Everting &In Concrete STUARTTLUMBWC:

rOULTEYaWEO1FJ ) : & META\ WORK"
;r
I The Place Where L1 J A' UNTILE'
( STUART FEED STO .- I _ox" 'I 1>J

? Y'IrnIi'll FLACLER AVE,.PHONE. a Friend Meet" J TI. (L DECKER I "IiONES, Del'1' 1 irbI'"
JACK: MARTIN, Mir ,
L MJjQteeout AT*. B 1936 Phone 27-W j J _

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I1Ffl ::1 Docks, 1J .ITCHFORD'S Fred A. Stafford I Stuart Taxi STUAJIT I S T T I'0.


; Seawe. CAMP SERVICES,y Ser' Sb
Reciatered'

o Boat thou S II FOR RENT .. SERVICE Kenneth Stimmell rrnerly WI ji,
I t'' Civil Engineer'
flaps and Boats !tl.,.
1\ II II .... t Phow41-W'A+
AU Type Of ALL nW RETAIL A..d romptDependable Crown

Conatruct'Ivan : Seafood For any kind of !Serf" Repair Soft I '

z ''Ta or I ait For Sal Land Surveyor r 0s' Landscaping, tnu '1

P.O.Bos 474 ii J SEN BEACH Stuart Florida .ug. i C airs, One mile $
PHONE
1 1It I PHONE At BRIDGE Phone IN-7 .,t. ,Fed. Na.1 1 4'

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1 Listings Improved and Unimproved Properties r RIVERS MbCE Home FISHING BODSMfgr Web ALICE 1'A IDEAL

t ijfhroughout Martin County CHINA HOP eSlgned *. of white straight- Y SPORTS SHCI
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Fine II Jj grain 'second growth Ti' LITTLE- lid
chin' Novelties
-fl
ACBEAGEr i.iaAXCIIU PLAN RAwN I icycl.
S
hickory redo
Pet II IIAvi.itto"o In fonrter Rod Cro: I
auto *
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4 t4 ....U.* ro""$| Elver-te-Klvsr PrBrtlssjlatlttr : -shop will Alterations* AddltUn Well balanced .. BIALU row : aitA

slid lally adapted for ion'f
'' amase Jreu tour com tPiet.
I 1 To
Island an--Soui.< tsUtW Sites. and surf :.....
fishing
Ii.. Harry G&ncoffBains II II Dwq
II. II |, SALU AND SIRVKS, Wilson Spo

II Just north $L Lucle Jj section"' DAY'AND NUTS V1 + :;."cs._: General Ups I

C. B. ARBOGAST river brad 1tFng.q Bulling; aleA II jYlarofaet. ., Pries' WRECKER SERVICE Fai rth ....Nwl Tackle.Jj .

i Box 844 Stuart, Fla.Rllan { Productr aODY BITABM FUfi! *
; S W.'co-at''
Keal Estate WATWEONT ntOmtTIU bsvaaee SteJ| tinea'iJ 208 ,
.yw W, C. Mc Owner nun; SU M s et.na,
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Will ,.. ....
THE STUART ana wwl. N
MARTIN OOCNTr. f1A)1UDA, rorrverYalrn .. q. II.__. 114'_n, ...... __.. .v. I I
a raVr 9rrn+ faun
City News I FLAG OF UNITED NATIONS RAISEDThe

_. Week's 1 AIDS NEGRO VOTE 78 COUNTY GIRLS service of the TJ. 8. Department various club activities, the girl 3

IURGH BAZAARSCHEDULED LegalInstruments ENROLLED IN SIX of AgrIculture. Each girl already gain knowledge and skill a* wellas
4-H CLUBS HERE has selected and begun work on poise and sell-assurance..
a demonstration In her home In For Information concerning!

-. tome phase of home-making the Girl 4-H Club, I call at the
MORToAGtwig" The new enrollment for the It If hoped that parent who office of the Home Demonstration

z.nia... a so Ie a. D I-aleft Martin County Glrll'H Clubs are not familiar with the workof Agent

N NNOV1',29 I I JP a.P a Rauknetl.. .. Jr-facto a 0. a. Atiosi.L Q M.'orooIt. there ha* been are completed.78 active member To date learn serves the more 4-H of Club the about will opportunity this avail them-to BUILDING PERMITS 1

.... = : service per Itnur Orthi*. St. Lotto >ltoto ,
M .tto Mliulo. smith. throughout the county, distributed and to cooperate with their children Ut IS. SMtfcMI 14. OOIUMO block I ..rajframe
Mill v. Johkwick. u Letlle 0. DMU.OMtrnjnmnr as follows: Jensen Beach in the homes The SI or so tt ad louor f kr 1*
Until U Alfred girls "".. lot ".''doo..o. 14.tO.. '
By MRS ANNA DATme A '.' OoonrtA. IX Stuart 5th Grade 19, Stuart need encouragement and lead- For Artour D.km, Portor SuWlvl.to..II.IIWM / .. i
date ot the bazaar to be M. Ihrlclor to M..... I. ..11..*. y ID Still Grade 14, Stuart Junior High ership from their f amllle*. .Low_I..T, a.ook. .. m.f...... "Den"t" i i.nn.
... ,.
book uT
LOU U. 'IM u 1. o .. .na h. 11 ro. r.
d by the Palm City Churchmen W_.... Cr. .. ConMottnn wiikv Miitul 10, Salerno 7 and Indlantown 15. This year recreation and leadership -; Horn 110ror .....
on NOT 2> Was given In. Lit. lnouroa-<<.....,. The 4-H Club la an educational among the members Is LrHl TkMUr. Pore uMI. .tal a M. Plabtord' ..... .. .. _... ..
w PI H. <*< to piouot "a.
In last weeki ,. program, a part of the extension being stressed Through the!
rectly news B. Fulkm .. r1M ""nisei ea._ as te". II..... ,
ns. Christmas gift made by Immt A..odtlm. ,. ,
SUBORDINATION
OF LIEN
t members and friend of the AIW| crp.ntio.. to State ""*.

1 I will be t be bake on ale ale In. connection There also I ?Ad.l.a!"?!L Smith H..rtIo WARRANTY to area to. Leonard c...T Smith a ... Annual Grand Turkey Dinner

h the bazaar. Location will B.rthe.. ..... ,

given later. Patronage will be R D. A dieraoa b I. a WII......

predated. .W....)0......Pointer. .I. al.h.to a-n.........*. .1h..) 00.M Write Pre-Th
and Mr Frank Patzakve
r. C.ntekr inksgiving; )
a new home under con- .z.zf If.., F. M.Cord to '- 00..11. Ot. .
William T. Martin. I., M a to William
2nd st.
uctlon on near Cornell ..in,
>. which-they expect to occupy R. IL A..tia. .. .. W a t.n. "t .o. ,
..
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K. M. Wit. Ie Id.: W. Coolant.
flan
the holiday season. I. .. Amos Ie JamA.. Now. 'iI.
Ir. and Mrs Robert Hodapp J,1I. I ft.to a- H.,_ I..
C, H. 1'1110.' to a. M. JOHN A.
ve a new home on 5th st.t ok.lla M.MII .. ur. ... 0.for....., WAKING BEN FIT
of the B. r. Hodapp real. B. D. Pl... to Withhold' ........ V. S. District Judge Waring
Frank O. lI..h *" -*r" Apetok. ruled
at
Charleston C
ice .... 8 that
(r. and Mrs. 8. :K. Lane en. Rube. S*ro .. .. t. Ywi.| | 1:.onik.n. "negroe are entitled to be enrolled 'jij
Uilned at noon luncheon Sun- Roams Pita.. Howu4 a 01. ot .1. to ...._ W. to vote In South Car*-

Mrs Chandler of Salerno, CIIa rloii, W. ......",, Jr, to Kenneth B. Una' primaries. State Democratic -

Martha Whittle) of Charles. 'I'i.d.lI.W. Piwoott. I,., .. Ctrl! Party rule have limited of 'jijI
Du Jr
5 daughter Miss official flag adopted for the'United Nations It raised for the c., B Arkoi. .. on lo Drow W, slam participation In primaries to I
I' of West Palm SalernO'1 first time at Flushing Meadow near New York City meeting placeof Jr. DEED "white Democrats."

Mrs. John Collins the UN General Assembly. The flat has a light t blue field upon State lit.: U of of rMria.Florid. to to Jouo...d_.. ot 'o.. \
Bewail is Point!. and which the UN symbol! is outlined In white Sate of Florid to Cu.L7.kVcWSALES MARINE RECRUITERK.
d daughter, EVa, ana erotner Wn1.'

I, all of MlamLary 1 Flerlda Aua......CONTRACT..... CeremetIon to The N iw
( Darlene Lane celebrated pect to arrive to spend Thanksgiving LEGION POST GETS W O. Mar.dlth. : 'iU

first birthday Sunday at a at the home of her brother TEN NEW MEMBERS Film I each SPECIAL c... WARRANTY, Load Company to
ty given for her by her par. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry -- G nriro A Krem rMunrot
j. present were the 8 L. Crews Ten new members were taken P Thomas tr Masao.I. IIII.-t.Thosu Georg.. ....Elio.:Krasm". j};

iwi family, Mr. and Mrs Roye Mrs J. E. Lower who has been Into Harold Johns Post 62, Amer ..TIUSTIU. OEm
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and Shirley Ann Smith ill since the hurricane was able lean Legion, at the posts meetIng E.I......",Churckj.'ARTJAL Hitchl' u Trustees of St. Joseph's\ Church { ''
d Mr. and Mrs. inlander and for the first time to leave her at its East 8th St. headquarters RELEASE OT MORTGAGE. I : .
lighter. Merry. Refreshments home last Saturday. when she Friday night. Robert U. CoontrIUMta" to Wan
cake and punch were served accompanied Mr. Lower to Stuart Hill was placed In charge of reVising ,SU'TCLAIMS;}

ny useful gifts a* well as some for Saturday shopping the announcement boardon w.Milo...O.Palmto r / Marti Aubr.tr 0...O.." FaltnLWutln Tuesday ova / 25'- 5:30 to 8 P. MeAT
ney were received by Mary.e Mr. and Mrs. William C De- the city hall and Robert ab-to. If..o. 10 II...". eo,." ,
0alm B..h ..... .
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Brown reported rapid progress County e to ;.
DES circle of Stuart
was Long have been spending the Mary r. McCort / j
meet today at the home of' past week in West Palm Beach being made on refurnishing county u Mary P H.Cora. I .
s George Rowle). A quilting with relatives and friends headquarters! preparatory to an "A's w.' O R.IIlilt: tjul.n to to Morin Oiarlx Cnontr D. Tank,
rty Is planned and refresh- open house celebration scheduled T '. f/'o Martin Count
Mrs Mary Paulk of Daytona Rikei. .... CenterAdults
In a few week klood' to M.rtln Count,. Stuart
nil to be served by the host. JCivic
Beach was a Monday visitor at IMrahre A Nary to Martin, County
and her daughter Mrs Frank C. Comb. to If.rU. e. ...
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the home of Mr*. Anna B. Day Tire first known reference to cotton -; CHATTEL MOItT."CI E. FLAKE
urer.r. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krunun Is In Hindu P. JT 8...u..toJ.a" WII...... Fluke in of
literature of about Capt. charge Marine
( and Mrs. Myrten Mead and R. E: B... u OkOKkotm. County B..k
Myrten "'Sonny of And- have returned to their Palm City 1500 B.C. Ooll SATISFACTION Pollack to Oknthobo. C...ty Bulk recruiting In Florida, checks over $1e| Children V2 Price
home after six OF MORTGAGE:
spending nearly
r. Ohio, expect to arrive here bdlnntown JUnolopKont Conpuy M E recent changes in Marine Corps
months at the Ann McDowell llr
c. 59 to occupy the new home Mrs. Vernon Langford to Mel- J. : headquarter policy which now i
Palmetto Way which theyIt home on St. Lucie River duringher bourne last week for a few days Chiron W' O Horrdltk ln.o.U to cnt bight' !CornontM M Funk. to permits men with no previousmilitary Tickets Obtainable at the CatHUic Rectory, or LaPomto's Jewelry Victory
absence Arcade
last spring McDowell returned In the home North. Mrs i visit at their homes. They now F'ro'' ,."Y.ney... ..1 B..I.Lnndr.. and Lean Ae.aek experience to enroll in Bid J|
Irs. Martha Whittle who hun have returned. Ups/ to Stanley, 'hUl''...
at the home of her daugh- Mrs Ida M. Flnney FI1da"j Mrs Charles! Leighton has been Cltl.... Book .c 11t...\ b ... 1:. the Inactive Marine Corp Re PLENTY TQEAT, AND PLENTY OF SEATS

Mrs. 8 8: Lane, nursing ally LeRoy, have repaired partially at the home of her son and wife, W M. Msrrisahf C....... to Wares. W. HoosaIr. serve .Applicant 17
I Infested foot believes It U their river home on 8th st and Mr and Mrs John Leighton, for BowsProportion.. JaG.. Y L So Mine- yean old and not more than 32.
dually improving, though she 'are now occupying It. It is believed the past week. Mr. and Mrs nlntSATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT ,t I

not use It yet.Charles they suffered more damage Lelghton small daughter, Jan 01_. Invntmont CoroorntloaCROP to ..
in. Leighton return- than anyone in this locality who Has been 111 la reportedbetter I Tow' AFFIDAVIT fIlIi:
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home recently from more than from the hurricane. Their many Hake L Man to Stuart Salleport D-k. > i

weeks at Martin County Hos- fiends are glad gatob know theyare A number of Palm City chil- June It III.BILL..OF b SALE Ed..... L Calvin ,,'....,, I I'I' ,
al. while not entirely well getting : order for dren are confined to their homes .
> has Improved under treat- a comfortable home for the whiter with whooping cough.. U. L Arm GENERAL, to CCoommbu. c.Ie_.. 'd'

nt. Mrs Plnney, who is not too Mrs W. O Wallace of West W. .. Tilton to R RELEASE II 'I..hf.... }
In. Viola Berche of Fairview well any of the time, does not Palm Beach is spending this DEED AND RELEASE: f
.
I ....._. 'D..I.....' Company M
J., returned home Friday after seem much the worse for the week with Mrs. R R. Wallace. Charles. F. F.-ft. J.. WEDNESDAYLi

hort visit at the home of herr storm experience.Mrs. Paul A. DeVlllblss arrived Friday Lamar P. Kaodrl.1 MORTGAGE to F.ra Predate ,
t and brother-in-law. Mr. .. B. F Honapp ano son, from the Coral Cables Veterans credit "....1..10.. .
,
d Mrs. William Burdick. Her Jackie, accompanied her daughters Hospital and will be home Troatw of internal DEED. Improvement Ted
ther, Mrs ,Kaufmann, reined Mrs George Hammond and for some time He is Improving U C. a Sbl... .
here and early In De-
her will be accompanied
me by Mr. and Mrs. Burdicko BEER WINE '

will be In New Jersey with i
THE OUTPOST LUNCH BAR
Ir relatives for the holidays. NOVEMBER 26thts :
lisa! Florence ,Shotwell has
U. S. 1 At Indiantown Road
teen that she expects to rein
ARNOLD E. WILLIAMS, Prop., I l1, .
Su
at her present address, ;,
bridge. Neb., Indefinitely, INVITES YOUR PATRONAGE f.. ) Jit, ; I

ring given up the Idea of go- ti PREMIUM BEERSIN BOTTLES -1"i"" c'f\' I I Ir
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to live with her brother In 3 Ix 1 I p pMaerc
iitornla due to housing coning CHOICE WINES r ::; 't '
there. :, / P
)UR CHOICE OH PREMIUM
Ir. and Mrs. J:. L. Hlgbee and l.
Ernie. were dinner guest of I
and Mrs Ed Peckells Batur- BEER arid ALE lnl
r at the Seymour Inn at Jen-

1. Mr and Mrs. Peckell have "QiI 450 \ .1
urned from New York City to r"case

tU Jensen winter by home Hi<

those from Palm City
ending the Eastern Star Kov Standard Qil Dealer L I

were Mrs Jessie and Evelyn
[bee and Mrs. Rebecca and aPLENTY '
J
n Wortham. GAS ANCrVOIL PI'EFCERT II
In. Oussle Dreher has writ- a' IN FORT I .

that she Is now at 119( North I Ito OF FREE. PA IN SPACE .

: Bt Paul Main She COFFEE SANDWICHES I It

extend greetings to all ,,0 ", I,
ends and\ though unable to I "". ,
vel, she is well and longs for :
South..
rr and Mrs. K.I: E.: HIldebrandt THE MEMBER ) PIERCE MERCHANTS -
i
d three children of Miami exTIIAD1f -

f ASSO 10 CO ERATING ,,>, I !

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i FURNITU E- ALLS- WOODWORK, TO BRING YOU PECIAL' VALUES |ON THAT 00', : .I {;t I I


Yd.Da t "Daco"It backbit'' the"on I
DATE. f fV' i
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coat tuitstlf enamel that flow on and level "
,. fag withonf bnuh marks It'I full ., t I
and etcit to rut, a*dull, dingy surfaces rodahve f I

denly longer btc jtu a loony kitchen with sparkling wall, woodwork color, No Stores will remain i open all day for t t'I I

y' and fonlt bat s cheerful, happy room la I I
which tat boon of every day art pent.
FORT PIERCE 13 YOUR LOGICAL SHOPPING ;
I
Da Pont dries quickly lo a tooth, ,
I tUitlc in bit i M easy to wash n a china -

I teacup on| yean of laboratory toting CENTER. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY
now jive yo an enamel that wean and wtan.T 3
Slop inM and let
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(haw vo the aioiteolon- BARGAINS OFF | ED ON. MERCHAN SALE'r
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tame of o.l, $ 29
offcnJIaDaStuart at"Daco" t

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i 1 RAM JET PROJECTILE WILL FLY 1,500 MILES AN HOUR ter-ln-law,Mr and Mra,Thomas 18th.. Oamei and dancing! were The oimimw toldii rr'
\ 4 :, i J t SAW See Ua For .. .. .... Brodrick Charleston! 8. aMr enjoyed Refreshments of let. and rarely tntou,but
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+ .. .. .and tin George Brownie cream and cake were served Ute the onset of dwZ!*
1 II ', Iti, gjgrngpiii t > R.pain aDd TT: .4 T ,Z.f: >., :1.:.:.,,: ., :'j :, .. ; :. and children Penny and Fred Mr ion and Brady Mrs and Ralph granddaughters Hartmanand eat.Today'a. ft
Tidied
and !:Ida Griffin Sunday
"
: t SERVICE .ParbI ', 'tl3" ,Kay and Karen visited with
I ; with Ifn. Brownie mother,
1i Mr and Mrs Ted Chambers, .Milk.
I llri. :N Eden: In Fort Plere .
Jupiter Island SundayMr
t ARNOLD BAUER : Mr. and Mrs. George Oiltfln ana Mn Oeorg White of Prods
and children Racer Genera and Marietta Ohio, have arrived to
I 't St. Luci Boulevard I Phono 142-W Brownlee Wayne and of Stuart Terry pent and Bun-Fred open their home on Jupiter. Island
for the season.Mt.
n kX'4 ,i day with Mr. and Hit. .Jessie and Mrs V. a Bartlett eteuriredrtin
.
--. Griffin. bar returned to their home on ;,
MIll Eta Orlffln'and a few Coagj
Island.
friends entertained at the Orlf Jupiter,
rfir fir, 4 RDEN FRESHFruits fin reddens in honor of Was arat DairPr
W About 73 per cent of the people
MarIe Brodrick and Phillip JUgonlnii -
of Cub are white, the semaI &
bIrthcIJ&Iu Brod
h & Vegetable
ut rick celebrated her 13th birthday :being: mainly of Negro or mixed O. oslAnLa"
x
f 1 and Fhllllp celebrated hi* blood.
{ ""w 4' YO IMPERIAL I _-
( 4yyy li APPLES II
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t 3 I a. .._......__...32c I
( I I IxFt
,. \ CROP For Fri, and Sat L
\ NE Special
+ RANBERRIES 'zv'fI'U'n s ; Nov. 21 Sc 22

Lb ._ ____...._..._39c ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY EARLY
t :I |M ew<-,t MCWIC w co,
t EMPEROR GROCERY
MARKET
Jane Parkrt DelicioutDOMJTS
I GRAPES WITE HOUSE APPLE < DRESSED and DRAWN

2Ib ......................_......29c '
3 VarktwsDozen r ;a SAUCE 2 12? FOWL 63c
.19c CRISP L .__>

;' Ann Pap P pared RHUBARB DEWKIST RIB OR BRISKkTfS1BK

t SPAGHETTI 2 Ibl. ........................ 29c __ t PIMPfiINNet'.19c( :
10-oi: feans Thij NIl Black Widow plane (top) it wed at still 1 operating the ram Jrt b turned on and tested. : 35c
2 for A. ..25c SWEET. Cleveland u a dying laboratory to teat ram Jet The jet engine does not power the plane by Itself.This \-s
1 B POTATOES engine, shown on planet belly. Such an engine ii an official NACA photo. Bottom: A technician STOIC CUT BRANDS

Rich Creamy AVn Page 4 Jb<. ..........................._29c if used to project flying missile, but not planet, at Fort Miles: Del, adjusts fuses In rocket BEETS 2 01 39c
SALA up to 1.500 mile an hour The Black Widow chambers of a ram jet projectile before touching > ,.._.
f' DRESSI G SWEET JUICY use Its own engines to attain peed near 400 milet it at Naval experiment station June 13, 1946.This
: I ORANGES an hour Then, with the planes gasoline enginetHOSPIT&L photo was withheld by the Navy since last year GOLDEN HARVEST Cron WI NEIN DAISY

Pt.No better at an. .Price.31c 8 lb. bag .?....... n' .....29c I AUXILIARY Hobe Sound Ncwr the building of the parsonage BEANS 2 Nava. 25c 1 CHEJKlJ E ._ 63c
TO MEET MONDAY AWRY Miss Marietta Moore of West
A & P GRADE A SUGAR ADDEDAPPLESAUCES The Hospital Auxiliary will Palm Beach spent the week end ANT
NY'S I ECONOM A MARKET
meet at 7:30 pjn.Monday at\heNurlel' PASTMES P with her parents at Gomes
}" E :: _m 17c Home 'Mr Carroll There will be a P-TA meeting 300 SO AARON AVE. \ STUART, FLA.
Dunscombe, president, has requested tonight a) the school Mrs. O YOUR FRIENDLY SEMNSELF SERVICE CROCER\ AND MARKET
( f ,, !I ANN PACE DELI IOUS workers In the current INTO NEWPARSONAGE Williams will give a report on PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELIVER!
membership drive to bring In her trip to the convention held
'., GRAPE JAM 'Ti. 21cI' full reports at Tampa.
._... Mr and Mrs. Andrew Lester ,
P and family visited In Miami last
I' ( A &: P HALVES NPEELED week end.
No 2 By MARIE BRODRICKTh I Mrs Virginia! Bowden! of Crystal
; APRICOTS c : 34c Falls,Mich,arrived Saturday GROCERY SPECIALS
n Her and Mrs.. Alexander,to spend the winter with her
i IONA SLICED HALVES THE ST C PLETE Lynn moved Into the new parsonage daughter Mrs. C. A. St. Once, _
and son, Alvin BowdeaMrs. 1 '
No. RETAIL A OLESALEIN.TH MOT IS. 'Wlth 1he- cep. I Anna Brodrick arrived ALL BRANDS
PEACHES 27cANN.
t .n.... tion of a-few finishing touches horn Sunday after spending! the
a the borne Is completed. It Is a summer wlUr Yet daughter and Tall Mik All Brands 2/cans 25//
j r YT .' PAGt-Ve..eta as'tBston Style or with Pork four-room home with a apadonssun son-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. R W.Belles. .
It : A BEACHES porch. The members of of Kingston Penna. and
BEANS 2 .\. 23cIONAHEAL 417 KEE ROAD church and building! committee daughter and son-in-law, 14r.I Craw Jk BlackMINCEMEAT Ooean Spray Cranberry
I L U Allabaugh Plainfield -
wish to thank all those who donated and Mrs.
i I THFUL\1,' PHONE 2 3 1 their time and labor In I ,,V J.and son and dangh- '>:r 45c SAUCE/ 23t

TOMATO JUICEtr _. _20c DIXIE CRYSTALS-FACTORY PACKED
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s f t 1 Marketing / Slbs.
Thanksgiving SUGAR 49//
Place Your Order A &: .pTHINK .

A ; i1 Your SPINACH H /**

911' 3 IN No. For Fresh Killed Poultry and Ffpsh Eggs Crots Bhciiwell Plum Roy rlet
I TURKEY 13C PUOD k. 49c **
NOW Can.I -- .._. PMPKHII P 17c
I I. +. No. 21/s SHOP AT (Old Engli h) .
Delicious A & P MEATS 11C C
i f ri c,' Cut Right ..Trimmed RigVSUPERITE Can Borden's NoWnchMINCEMEAT erwa Brand Grapefruit

I Chuck [ tut Page Condensed CENT] LM. KET can__ 17 c CE2 !_ 15?

OMATO SOUPSunnyfield
KING OF THE FIELD +

f" ; ., ROAST lb. UI yjon.. 1 10C O C Conveniently located, cojurteoui service 301 S. Akron TOMATOES L No. '2 cans 25McGratb'4..wee /

n.
)4 End Cut Pork
TABLE DRESSED TURKEY and CHICKENS
CHOPS 32 A Peg. NBC RITZ '
II>. '
REN STEW C PEAS 2 t CRACKERS 27
1' Lamb Shoulder BAKING c __T
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yt" ROAST 42 TURKEYS lb.--. 7 c CHICKENS.C 62c
Ib_ OWnER DRESSING
Shank End TOM F INC L a ; I9c BLACKBERRIES e22:
12 0 ?
I 2 Sliced Can.. 1e 1 3 C TURKEYS Ile.----- 7 ICK ?e 75c

BACON ,. 87 North
Tenderized Ham oleor'HJflflb. 65? Msyket Specials
i K Shipped Florida Grade ADrawn ISSUE '
-QuickFrozenDUCKLIN'S ...
r I .54 Jr :' ADE NU MAIDS If You yank Be Quali Holiday Poultry, See U.' ,

ROLL uce Appreciated., .
GE 11e -... ... c LEO 1.. 3 'c
r r Herbs Vegetable ea. w g PkEr Swift's Premium LAD BEST QUALITY TENDERIZED

fr ; Bullion Cubes ..lOc lakes ...__.... We Handle A Fujf Line of Groceries 'And, ProdreE' u S (SMto.Af 7 Ib 7 HAMS

20-Mul Team vorf Soap'ersonal ...
J Borax, 1 Ib. pkg. 18c Car ....W 7cQuickAction Bordens'"Noi* Such" ce.Meai( ::201 WhoU or Shank 1 I-

I( agora Irg, bar SHOULDER R! 55c\THNG I ENO 4!

I f Plumite, can .20c oap .......... _. ._. 9c Ocean Spray JeQied Cranberry Sauce 2 fts. 49f .Ib.. ., y
Bell's poultr'fSeasoning 4 h'E Pk4a $bellderNBPS.Ib

{ :, pkg. ...9c lakes _._. 33cr COMSTOCK PHILIPS TOMATO 69c I IB CITS *- *

vR t t .. Wonder, sm.WorkingDuz pkg. ...14c abiscot ITZ, l lb. kg. 28c PIE APPLES,J18c JUiC ; I _25c Breast for -- 7

abisco-.Or oiandwich lb... -' -

Ei Snow Ivory Irg- pkg..33c. g..,13c PUMPKiN PIEr/ 35c JELL !I';;;0-oa.. .. 79<<: STEWI3c 4B
Ivory Toilet obisco'' hg. pkg. OZARK ; ca; Smoke Sid.

f SOAP 00% Bran 22c DEWKIST 'Large B N k.c k.- ,

2 reg. bars ___21c right Sail l Gal.Lrg PUMPKIN Pll :Large 19c POT ES een. LOc lit.. -

bar... ___.18c leach.20c THE BEST- C06DANUT. ; Complete Rood Store
ZEST TOMATO
COCKTAIL for. 21c PIE Fll III 29c MARKECt
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HEARTS'DELIGHT FRIEND'S' L UIY1LIt.k M

FRUIT COCKTAIL 28c BROWIBlEAI 23c DEWYR
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