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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
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Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1947
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
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General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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THE STUART NEWS\ STUART, MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA,THURSDAY, NOV.' 17,1't1 .. PRICE TEN CENTS I




Ii> Leads 8-Man Primary Race for City Commission II






Wronger Flood Control Body SoughtlTHANKSGIVING NEW MARINE CHIEF 'I'ICLIFTON I Election .Tangle Near 2 CANDIDATESARE '






MEMBERS OF' 18 As Rains ,Disqualified ELIMINATEDAS


649 VOTE'e
I e
Possibility of a challenge! as to eelpt but had loot It.

COUNTY BOARDS validity of the primary loomed One of the two low men In the I .,. (

strongly Tuesday when U. B. primary, he would have b-en
Sluart Stimmel. McPherson
Rains a candidate was disqualified out of the running if a (qualified f ;
I Pence Lyons Also
MEETING HEREAim b:cauM! his name did not candidate unless It could be i

I st.I appear on the voting list In the argued that wordof his disqualification Qualify
city registration book at the was a factor in.i -

election place.Challenged the late Voting Paul M. lloennhcl, farmer

at Political Cooperationfor by the. Inspector Local legal opinion was that and former manager of

1 Control Plans and clerks, Ralni claimed that the burden of proof was. on the Bewcmer Prop( <>rtlc*, Inc.. at

U. S. Help he had registered In December: candidate and that he must, Port Mayaca: for 17 years

1949 and that he had participated produce a registration rec-'lpt or led the eieht-man field in 1
;delegations: from In the last city: election other tangible evidence to estab- the City Oommimion race > r

but a search produced no recordof lish qualification
18
South and Central Florida according to final unofficial:\

i 1 And therefore. I, William Bradford county commissions were convening such participationHe Supporters of Rains stated returns from ycRtcrdny's all'I
was not allowed 1.0'ot.r that ail "O S. Rains" was reg-
j\ (by the. grace of Cod today, I at Stuart Civic Center and was automatically disqualified Inlrrcd in the city book and nual city primary election. '

And the franchise tj file good ixxiiifc)", i Wednesday morning In effort to r as a candidate claimed that there' had been an Five of the other seven candidates ..r

governor of Plymouth, 'Y- organize a cooperative political He made att'mpts to contact error In trvt spelling of his name aim qualified for( the general .

( f Through/ virtue, Of vested "powtr-ue t set-up to strengthen the Florida ,Attorney General Tom Wat oll'1l City officials said that each person election Dec. I as 640 voters 1

1 ,;. lUlU gather with one accord, Flood Control Committee in its I office for an opinion, but was registering writes his own or 83.1 per cent of 'thorn qualified 1,
w4 unsuccessful in reaching the name in the book Election officials -
And hold .in the monof Nevellll. r all-over water control plan, and ,State official composing the same turned out The final countai
to add
\ power to the area's requests B. CATES
thanksgiving/ unto the Lord. for City authorities stated that If I board which officiated at the announced by the election U
federal aid.
-THB furor THANHSOIVINQ DAY The meeting which is expected M.ij On. Cilten has, lore mumd 1 I Rains had rcgls.cred: he should last election denied that Rains board at the fire station was: y
to last I by Preick.-iit! Truman m com have a receipt Rains stated had voted then or that his nam
I the through the afternoon nianclunt of the, U. S. Marble I that he had possessed such a reSAlLVTSll -. was on the bookCOUNTY Paul M. lloenKhel 4MS64
of .
was outgrowth a -count, Arle Stuart
iiicxvcda, l -------- ----- --- -- -----
ours Gen. A.
THANKSGIVINGCOM'MUNITY conference at Miami last week I Gores >> Kenneth Sllmmrll Z6S /

when Rep. Marvin H. ..Rowell A. Vandoifnft.BEELINE. CLUB MEETS R. B. McPherson 15! .1
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County Commissioner O. D.I I Stuart Sailfish Club organization meeting for Phil Penee. till

I Quinlivan and Road Superintendent the 1947-48 season will be held at Stuart Civic Clubat Henry P. Lyons inIN
SERVICEAT A. A. Hendry suggestedthat ROADIS II. R. Rain.
8 o'clock Wednesday evening, Dec. 3, President
Martin County be the site
L, J. Vollrath 69
I of an expanded meeting, Besides Harry Dyer announced. II

the It counties In the original I PUSHED AT "Every person Interested in any way in the promotion Principal effect of the ballotIng '

STUART Florida Flood Control Committee of sport fishing, and a fishing tournament for was the elimination of two

set-up, two more--Col- this winter season is urged to attend" Dyer stated. .Candidates Rain and Vollrath : '

lIer and Volusia-have been Invited New officers will be nominated and elected for from the December vote. However '

, METHODIST CHURCH I to attend. I 2-COUNTY MEET the coming year, Rain wag disqualified a* a .

The meeting had Just started I'I "Attend. Your help is needed" Dyer ured candidate. noon after noon when I,.
! when The News went to press at It was discovered by the board J
"whether have been a member of the club in prior
ON THANKSGIVING DAY, NOV. 27 AT 0 a. m. 10:30: Wednesday morning 24 'I I Palm Beach County PromisesAid you that he WM not a registered
years The season is almost on us, and we must line voter and therefore
hours ahead of our usual publication hot quail
On Jupiter Road
The Program: time, because of the up our sport fishing promotion which means so much nod to seek office, |It was said. t

I Invocation: the 'Rev. Phil. Maxwell ", ', Thanksgiving I holiday. Full details I I Project _in_dollars I! and cents_to this .entire_community.:"-- The election was the first In '
will be released next week. which six candidates were qimlt-
Hymn 1 A Martin County. delegation I .
fled for the general election with
:': I ]Prior to the session It was
,Scripture Readingthe: Rev. W. d Aldridge. f" learned that Martin County's I including the famed author[Rex 'Model Plane TAXRECEIPTS half of them to be named eventually ,
Beach, Sen Evans Crary, Rep .
to the commission This,
Prayer: .the Rev Dr. 'C. ':< flood damage estimates
A. Carrlcll. W'j, compiled Marvin Rowell A. A. Hendry H. situation was created by a m'as. .
Hymn. ,<> by local civic agencies, agricultural O. Williamson and Co u n yCommtsslorfera enacted the l
ure .this .prlnllby
, and farming Inte st.. Meet Planned TOP
, Sermon:Lhq; Rev. Wallace a Sterna. ""X "t through the local flood control Arthur State Legislature and subsequently
i Sims and C. M. Fletcher with
Benediction: the Rev. R. M. Fenton ratified by referendum
have
committee passed the $5-
H. M. Saunders of Indlantown

Closing Hymn. losses 000,000 and mark the in$2,000,000park estimated direct in!' Development Co. received assurance Here Dec. 3 50 PERMIT from which three enlarged to live the men commission thus creating ,' -
.
each
from Palm County
I three vacancies on the I
.
indirect losses.A
The Methodist Church choir directed by 1. Philp will thorough and exhaustive I' Commission Monday that the board instead of the! usual one.
board there will join Martin
offer an anthem "Praise The Lord, 0 Jerusalem" by Maunder survey, in which B. Eurlt, County In asking the State to I The Stuart Model Plane Club's Payments of 1947-48 county The one present member

during the service.T City Manager, 'dL.S t. A. A, build a West Palm Bcach-Indl- third official meet of the year taxes to become ellglbl for the whose term Is drawing to a closeIs
Phil If( who finished
Hendry, Marvin H. Rowell Representative will be held on the high schoo Mayor nee
antown Road that would form : toper cent discount amounted fifth In the primary polling

W. L. Sullivan II O part of the projected Bee-Line I football field Doc 3 at 8 p.m. J I to $$177,890 or 50 8 per cent Of In his campaign for election to
Williamson. G. H. Tucker and
highway to Tampa. The meet will be held in con- the total roll through Saturday I a second term. Commission. hold !
SHOW ENTRY i. 'M. Johnson county agent, People In the Indlantown area
of New Road junction with the school's Hobby I overs are Vice-Mayor W R.
of Tax
INK REPRINTED Securing participated revealed the following In western Martin county want night, the office County
Baker and Jack L. Coleman who
estimated losses from the quick across to the lover, coast Club and the public Is invited at;Collector L. C Klcklltcr report I was r -eloeted last -November.

airy blank far the first sjiil !- floods and hurricanes: section and to the Pompano no charge ed Monday. }

I art exhibition to be spon"- Direct losses from dropped farm maHcet for shipping The meet will be divided Into The office will\ be clos-d. for FINE ARTS GUILD
Rights-of-Way UrgedChamber fruit, dead and damaged< citrus produce the Martin county three classes: stunt scale and I
H here Dee. 4 and I by thee trees ((1,539 acres). $94,850.00. spokesmen said. A very poor sped with the latter having Thanksgiving but open both Fri TO MEET TUESDAYThe

Arts Guild must be received Losses from delayed planting road now links Indian town with three categories A. B and C, depending : day and Saturday until 8 a.m. ;
;;;;;;;
Exhibit Chairman Erwin F. Committee Named to Expedite and seed and fertilizer In the the coast at Jupiter on the size of the motor ; to facilitate payments before the reRulathlY meeting.

wick Satyr- trees (1,539 acres t4SO 04. ,I They expressed favor of a An entry fee of $1 will be I Sunday midnight deadline after, of the Fine Arts Guild Ine, will
not later than
{ Action to Avoid City Being By-Passed Seed beds washed away, $15,- route which would carry an ex charged for a contestant's first which the discount will drop to be held at the High School at i
They may b* l left with him 200. isting road running west from plane and SO cents for each additional 3 per cent. Payments made by 8 pin Tuesday, President H. R.

the high school or mailed to A Martin County chamber of Commerce committee composed Damage to tropical fruit Jupiter, on west to the Seaboard craft mall and postmarked before the Steffcns announced In emphasizing

i C, Stuart A copy of the en. of Arthur M. Dehon "Bert" Krueger Zack Mosley David M. grove, mangoes avocadoes, papayas railroad thence follow the Sea- Arnold Bauer, A. P. Krueger deadline will receive the '-percent that the session will be

blank which must aecomiy Marshall, C. D. McQuade and O H.. Tllton was appointed by etc., 72250. board railroad northwest
every offering for the show President H-: i4. Saunders Monday night to confer with county Injury to flowers and orna- 'Indlantown. The road would prizes donated by Stuart after the limit, it was to Guild members.

printed today' en Page 11 of and city officials to expedite securing rlghts-of-way for the (Cottliiiiird/ On rage Six) (Continued On Page five' ) merchants. i announced.Ing The program, for the meetingtn 'y
Includea
Stuart the auditorium will
News. four-lain East Coast hlgh a,. --- .
proposed one-act play given by school !'a t

ETING D ASSOCIATION DATE MOVED member Krueger of the former active director committee and right-of-way" through Martin Construction of 2'9 / -Acre Camp Meeting student Principal under Erwin F.the Johnwlck direction and of 'i'. 1\11 4 1,

which has been successful in County. a business session of Importanceto j
fh e of the This, he pointed out. would bypass all. Guild l members, Stefflni
meeting next month getting favorable action on
Stuart and the coastal area Included In the .
Stuart. High School Band bridges to the ocean, advised: of Martin County-which would latter announced.will be first steps toward i

t Delation week, it has was been announced postponed yesHay. "There is a very strong chance. only roads be with accessible the major by secondary stream ol Grounds Under Way North of Hobe Sound the duction.Guild's"Dear next Ruth"dramatic In January pro- -{, t I I

The meeting will be a that the pew four-lane highwaywill tourist traffic being far to the Steffens said. ,
[ered dish supper affair at go directly from Fort Pierce west I I It.It

I P Woman's(\,m. The Clu> Dec.will 18 In-at to West Palm Beach-10 miles State Road Department officials '. Work is going; forward at a rapid pace today on South Ilorida's ft. hospital infirmary from Murphy Ing I S on the south now owned RED CROSS MEET i

e a concert program bj the band west of Stuart-U we fall to get he declared have indicated I'first permanent eamp meeting grounds staked out In the Gomez and k 29 by 71 ft Murphy by the Hobe Sound Company. Board of Marl I
un- :
they will put the four- At !! he and Mrs. Zuch rhO: J
barracks. present! American
direction of Wendell Waters. on the ban and get a JOO-loot Grant on the north aide of Hobe Sound Chapter
laner. through town which ____ "__ n. .. I A feature of the grounds will are receiving their water froma Red Cross will meet at 7:30: 1 I
Idea
grant rlghU-of-way but to date The '-V'Hum Wh n bs the privately-owned residences well near their humble "pio- Dec. at the chapter: house. I'
R. French president of the '
this section has apparently assumed their health and came here upon will border the' neer" residence in the center of
government to Recognizeore that any East Coast highway Florida Evangelistic corporationand recommendations for the State's which the south side. Lots the project: Another item also '
would have to pas over the a nationally-known evangelist East Coast climatic conditions grounds on been marked : being studied .la the paving of i r
100 50 ft. have tHEJDESWbTfM
level of late by
the the
Roosevelt Bridge to cross the on After a short time in West Palm two roads east and west from
and will be sold to individuals
Data Much could Billy Sunday and Dr Homer Beach Zuchs were contactedby out I
Martin
County St. Lucie. money the who decide to attend the the Farm Road to run along I
be saved by the State and rights- Rodehaver. Dr. French, who Is Dr. French and placed In each side of the row of private slush .d''u law the St. tartmIM
and wish to live: ,; I
short visit hers winter meetings ,. ww5 e.d1.a I N.' al.
of-way secured practically nothing expected for a charge of the Hobe Sound work. "....,. ........ TI_ I'm. ....1...
clow to the grounds in private
he warned by crossing the next week to look over the site,, Located on Lot 8 which ex- lots.When r.... .dd I .hen to .,..... fhab. ,
E*>tal maps !Issued by the U.: Martin County sallfishlng In Its St. Lucia where It Is narrow at decided a camp meeting groundswas tens from'Farm' Road eastwardto residence. I completed the grounds |.t kmm II ..I.u... lor..k*. bimelud ,
hits thenewsstands assured of attracting people k, W. H. HUMA
are
which : en4le
Povernment wW be expandedtheir January issue White City and the St. Lucle needed in this area and the Intracoastal Waterwayand :Zoo reports a large number N. W. w.
midDecember.The from all over the country, Zuch .. . :.. t
In receivedby
suitable *
Intracoastal Waterway Stuart Rumor traveled here to seek a of applications already M r U A I'
Canal west of U. 660 feet deep the project
lions: to show the upper fit.e .i article, entitled "Stuart Lets ha It, he said that preliminary location. is aimed at completion in time him for these lots Small said, although bow he was unable attend to Nits ter the .wk ....,..' 4, '
Sailfish estimate might
Stuart many
| and Stuart, Manager a 'Em Liver-features surVeys are already under way Originally it was planned to for a winter meeting soon after buildings purchased at Standing N... fs 1,82. 7.Ct. 'sot raw
actlvA the first meeting Such .. 4ar tae
sac es.
Kraft reported to Chamber ,Club release button "....hlch would locate the grounds In West Palm Zuch said: have been placed on some of ""
I for such a route- the beginning of IMS meetings often attract many ..... .. 0,01. 9A1. 226 anteD.
ftors Monday nlghW-, nd the ,. be disastrous,to this section." Beach but the toning and building He ls employing colored unskilled then lots about 12 in number, .. I .'u nals,. one 4..s II
witness the famed
r Coast A 1948 program of work will and it will be to the prospective hundreds as 5 .1..54 feat. .,11 gar.
up
Pilot, supplemental of that municipality : white
i iGoedetlc. of Com- The situation 1 Ia further complicated requirements labor and whatever grounds at Lake Winona, Ind., D.. ''s .11" _"_,, 't1l sea.
Chamber
Ucatlon issued by the Coast bj proposed to Krueger warned, by the prohibited it Dr. French skilled labor he can secure although owner as to whether he Zuch said '- 4 ',.... su "It
| will have much merte directors at their December fact that there 1 II still much then chanced upon the present the latter is admittedly would occupy the present build- '
Perto overlooked data abqut meeting by a special committee right-of-way St. Lucia County MVi acres belonging then to the difficult to get and consequently ing and renovate It or replaceIt For her part Mrs. Zuch has a
art and Martin composed of Price French Inc. Price with a completely new structure start on the landscaping plans WEATHERoj
County. south of Fort Pierce which has Bessemer Properties, slows progress on the grounds. THE
Ie I the result, It was Bill Porter and Lyons. not, been turned over to the agreement was reached and the Sixteen former Army eamp for the proj)tct. On the east side ,
eht out, of direct action by Director authorised President State, "although they 'have secured deal dosed last fall but not until buildings have been secured and Zuch brought out the fact float of their house she has planted
:;
;; ?
ree..Md ir.
varied ...,
a these lots will be eight long; rows of shrubs 'ot eke
to name for
H. M. Saunders the first\ ..tepatat.n four applications UU..h
Chamber of Commerce ealltttentloa the ht-of-way from this summer were placed on the property I... ..." eMe..w.
of the Government special committee to arrange a north and the four-laner 1 II being to mate the meeting from Camp Murphy and 12 from considered carefully for most and trees which despite the rainydays ..,.hole Nssit ,.ae..trn

rung bureau to the omls- general entertainment meeting built there now." He rug- grounds' a reality.Incharge Camp Blandlng. The largest of desirable types of buyers However are showing signs of flourishing T..wawe a..u.as.

t in January. There will be no gestid that Martin County confer of the Immense these Is the SI by 162 ft. former I this portion of the project and readiness for replanting Mika-Ill'

civic accomplishment of I December general meeting season.Manager because with at Lucl County on the, project which has been..seriouslyhandicapped mess hall at Murphy two-thirds 1s being held, complete up until. the Zuch grounds said. pleted.when the other ',,"ortI_ \ com =::: :: .., ..: :'-.r.; ::. 1tN.e
Christmas are more
Pt of the between Stuart and, which Is being converted Into
month was listed the right-of-way by the autumn of considerable '5 .... saNe.
I Kraft was delegated An Item now under consideration Both pastors Indicate : .:J;
H. B. the tabernacle-...lthI the remain- 11 : 05Nee.
fiber's active part In aiding Fort Pierce. rains Mr. and Mrs. James 0.
I are for this and ... .. .
Zuch liking area N
Chamberat re da 55
th* for the grounds
;h. formation of the Salerno to represent "Vitally important, he declared Zuch both of whom are chained ing one-third(: to remain a mess confident N..55' .N oe
Association. I !th, Florid State Chamber ofcomm.re. "U that this county 1m Wesleyan Methodist Church hall and kitchen. At least three ported. 1 Is the possible \Installation are their effort eventually -- 04Nee
F neat that I convention In St. the highway toi' the dormitories are planned Including of a water system from Hobe will contribute much to RAINFALL
Lyons reported mediately ion pastors Formerly of Ohio, 1tV"93
Martin and its welfare. ...
through the adjoin County '
'NOY 30 renovation the 25 by. M Sound proper across
of
magazine Outdoor will Petersburg ,(Continued On raga ,Six) Zuchl wire forcadto, leave lot
urt.M illustrated. article on Deo.; :2., \



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I ,',, t II I :""j'' h'J I' ,:'_I'",':'i't': ''I II/'' Ii/ SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings' of the WEEK, IN STUART' Newt MRS.Hems f"MARY for?this before HARTMAN,paper B00"Hom.Tel.phon.3SW iliad. ,I't&ell'Ofrace Society k'P-Eel'.i :it.,k



;,}I ''' Fi I PALM CITY AID !SOCIETY CAST OF 'ARSENIC AND OLD LACE" COUNTY SEAT irs:: --.

yI r t'' !SEWS FOR OFFICERS BAAAKjllliCTS : I Woman's Club'Hears Author : I the Chicago Nov. ze.pl'ob'-tqt' !

The Palm City Ladles Aid Society : Florida be discussed county eat communi:,.
:i Review History of nfllt
week
i ,,ef the. community church! : internationalCommunity Conference II
I met at the church Nut. 19 toruuiplrtc ,: I and ReUrlOIII I
,' 4 1 sewing for the, Annual, : : Politic and history are kab-;; Issues of the 1860-70 decade an I cation at' Columbus! Ot t
!fad bazaarto be held Nov. 29oiutlio 1. leas of prime Importance in on file In Washington: and thai I. _
t t {, i' Osooola Ave lot between ,North Florida while South "' 01'i the university of Florida hal GARDEN UtT <
:
Ida has been labeled the gold microfilm of them on IJ11 f l: for
the Bvss Hardware :sore:;; und i : Mrlt-W.: A. Palmer _
Leii gbotlom'a Barber Shop coast but that hud iioihlnir to use ot researchers.Mrs. Mfl. Franklin D,
I, i 1.I, An assortment of hand-made do with th* fact that devcop- I. Carson now working Ota hostess to"lTie exe.1uUI'e lonfYIIi
i a) sr iftdes) for Christmas gilts willimjude {, ment of the South began so re'lsIOl..nd additions tc the Garden Club at ?
i I' 4 dl shell jewelry mid oth I <-rvjyrttles I much later than the \North' l., I' her book, "Fabulous Florida,' tt'sday morning<<. Dec 11.5 i.
I + c. ti There will also'bo a Ruby Leach Carson, Florida his preparatory to a new printing r home, rem Crpt": ?
: j 6 'at of baked goods lorian and author, told an audl- The last printing bas been sole Point
il 1 1 + Jli*. C E. FHimuer was electedptflhldmit I I ence of the Stuart Woman out. I I
; .; Mrs William Eurdjck) / Club last Wednesday. Mri Blanche Slocum librarIan The lint l iiibway, traapy;
vie Mrs After life-lime of research gave a report of the growtti tern In the
q *president; Ralph Mai- I Ended Stat,.
I S I li&+ ). ...secretary-treasurer; nd Into ly history of the State of the library since phe b:.tar }I I operation In Boslon' bj yy"
M l MM. S:a. Crews, publicity chalr- : th* speaker briefly sketched the duly In May 1944. Mrs Carroll ..
1 macs. Others attending w!reMu highlights and turning points of Dun combe, chairman of the 11.
George Smith, Miss. Viola development aunng the terms of brary committee! announced :he
Krrlder. Mrs. La Vern Van NPKI the first few Governors Wars launching of a membership drive
Mrs Paul A. DeVilbls Mrs Ralph I and their aftermaths and recovery to. obtain funds. Every club roruMR )AR!
'\f.,llory. Mrs Wallace H Strns [ of bankrupt conditions lead- member Is asked to purchase I I Itl .
\ ado: Mm Yalan Blanco '' Ing to the extension of rail'oods membership\ card and to all! 601. I'IoOt'; .f
preceded the beginning of the a membership a nonmember.The Tim M.pimm cast lor the Fine Arts GuiUt pro- (standing) J Jwph'' W. Pctirod! Kenneth Stiroimll, revetyttlrte
; rlRDEN ('LlBN)1I( ('r first prosperity, she explained committee also will. give i iliKlKin' : 1' I Garden Club members who Touching on studies In the benefit card party In January, iwlud.xl (seated, It ft to right!( ) Mrs. W, A. Llppin- Meiinlngrr, Jr, J. R. T .I Mt* Trowl Charts.
'.. d k J plan to attend the Dec 5 dl 'tnd 1 I earliest newspapers she quoted "New. books and more room an! mail, M..... C B. Ashley, Miss Betty Lindsay, Di Rue) hand M Marshall, Gerald LaPolnte and 4&II
meeting In Miami have begs\ sequsted humorous Items which revealed needed for the library MrsDunscombj ,, rector. Mrs F'kmnce'llny, Dom ]J. KomiuidloVUSCONSlNmlS \Vend, Weiss
,. to make I'f'sl'rva..lom : ; : conditions of >arly days Although aald, "and we hope 1 ?--
with Mm W C Armor rtion all the newspapers were; to Increase! the Inadequate salary .
t 267 by Saturday of out she added!. HERE REX HOTEL REPORTS: tOURSONS HAVE GUESTSMr
she stated that librarian
t i' not preserved
._ _, EARLY WINTER GUESTS and Mrs A -C Courson CotumtiaRecoi
I i t .. i..,..,' ; ; ; ; ---- -' Mr. and Mrs Clifford E. Page
r Illlllllllllllllllrlllllllllllllldllll HII I have entertained for 10 days her
f I:' 1. Civic Association of Kenosha Wls, are spending Numerous guest* !at the Rex I father, P. t. Ham, of Elba Ala
Salerno
'I 1.\\' : W A N a few weeks. with MY' and Mrs Hotel this week. Indicate an Influx her uncle. L. C Powell, of'Troy?, ds

L J.. Theodore Parrish at their Gulden of early winter visitors according Ala. and her brother-fk-law and

'h/ ", : '". everyone::: :: to Know\ here fi Working for Town Growth Oats home to Mrs. 1.r... furlong sister, Mr and Mrs Harry Winston Popular Or in SoloDoskt
'
i of Washington, D. C Deep-
who I
manager recently opened
'Putlery, Bird Baths %
t i" "; sea fishing, hunting and sight-
j"j BAZAAR NETS $151
I ; 1 r t : I B..ke *, By MRS, O. D QUGLEY: such;;h u repairing roads, place- the former Commodore Hotel at seelny trip have filled the vacation Romberg

I ment of proper town signs,budding The women of !the Methodist the south _nd, of. Roosevelt: program of this family reunion ie Derf (
,; t n' "PALM CITY It should be of outstanding of a new dork and various Church reported approximately bridge.. The Winston visited In Song
; Importance and Interest to all Interests' under advisement tlM from the annual bazaar and New Alabama and the
other Jersey! guests Inculded I brought men Hint Mor,
;r: 9 f' 'First Turn to Rifhl ) residents of Martin County both Mrs. Mortenson and her bake sale held Saturday morn- ; Mr. and Mrs Hurtur., to Stuart and they all returned die Didu
Oeorje
h i : ? tourists and year-round peopleto I committee take\ care of refreshments Ing. Proceeds will be used for horn*'yesterday, Winston is a
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(p t'.' be aware of the progress and for the members who are Improvements to the parsonag: Mist Dorothy Dunl'avy and I rsplo engineer with the Navy George -shw'in
; ': growth of Salerno Too little attention able to turn out to work in the -,-- Ralph Hurburt ol' Oakland and, Department after retiring! last
I 't. ; 1I)1II1II1U1II11II1I1II1I1I1I1I1II1II1I1II1I) !!!!!
I I i' : + '. ?: has been paid, up to the I town Saturday afternoons. COL M. S. DAY MOVES Dr John Morgan and Harry summer, from the Navy after 2. Music
\ \ \ f -' I present, to this. busy little place I Meetings are held In the schoolhouse INTO NEW HUME Jorn of Budd Lake Also registered years serviceYOUTH .
\ -the Industrial and fishing center each Wednesday at 8 Hot Jazz/Claslkl!
))7 I + pm. Col. Maurice 8. Day, who recently were Mr. and Mrs W, E. WEEK: SCHEDULED ,
tf. : of Martin County The last meeting held Nor 19
: Duke
: Ellat
l'fI I returned from hU sumner English Huntingdon, Pa ItS Chicago, NOT. 20.-ProUstant
It is In Salerno we find the found the meeting room tilled ;
,I : ; ), f I'I'T H A' I Shark Industries, the Sunshine A new set of by-laws had been C., moved home Into at his Roaring new home Gap at N. Coats, ,Emory, Texas; A. I L, youth of 40 denominations 34 Carle \\rntt Ctlki
,
State councils and
II national
\ Products Company, drawn the committee and
I Canning by
''il'n up Port Bewail last week. To celebrate Clayton and George Taylor, Frank CuXavieCugat'i

It', ; H /'. Shops, fisheries charter boat Marine sallflshlngfleets Machine was thanks duly were I sent accepted.to H. B Special Kraftof ht entertained at a cock- I Birmingham: Louis Arsenautt youth-serving the! International agencies Society such of as
'i't tail party Saturday evening Dr. Guy Hergron and Earl of
I'I'I Dyer Christian Endeavor, the BoySooul.a.
and various smaller businesses Stuart for his assistance to
'I and Mrs H. H Hlpson Capt. Peterboro N. H. Conrad Olrl
"" Many tourists have the by-laws committee and he ; Brook- Scouts, YMCA and Me> o,
l \ and Mrs. Jock Whltlcar Mrs shire and Robert of
sought its quaint beauty and advantageous made memberof Oryder YWCA. will Join again next yearIn
t o" \ ;, was an honorary John Law, Jr., Frederick Spencer Charlotte, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. the continent-wide observance Xsiwe Cq
f ) location for their association. Variouscom
11 r. the
For Your and Miss Suzanne Morris of Ouy Kooaher, Yonkers, N .b,; of National Youth Week Thi
mittees for the Mus/al Hawaii
J were appointed
I r' I The residence.) .ns are a coop- work at hand. West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. :3, Oruber of But- dates will be fan M-Feb. L :
falo; L. McWatters of West Palm Uni MclHiHo
j' L 'j II fidence In and sincere group of men I
meet-ing ATTEND HORSE SHOW Beach, and Charles Voss of Fort AMATEUR RADIOOPERATORS
II I II 1 women who have formed a| Lauderdale WANTED | Jazz Classic!,
I I" wide-awake and working civic day arts Thanksgiving rather Mrs. R. j. furlong, hew operator
I AH amateur ladlo in
t (I operators .
Bni
i"'J" I t :\ association: Under the very able than on the regular Wednesday.' of the Rex Hotel entertained TUBMANS RETURN-- this. area are! requested contact Dorscy
ti i guidance of I Its president I Charles I There will be a short business. her soil and his wif!, M-. > Capt. H. C. Bckmalreo
\ 1 I : r1J ,\ I its members have been meeting which will be followed and Mrs W. H Cobb, Jr.,. of loll and Mrs Oscar Tubman of garding organization plans tor a e RecordSLyric S
; busy cleaning up the town since I by a social Everyone II Invited. Jacksonville by taking them to Cedarvllle N. J.. have returned network being worked out for
.
i'I' m 1;,, ,': I I'willapprecia I recent hurricane. Through I Refreshments will be !rved. Miami where' they attended the and opened their winter. home Division T of the USCO Auxiliary Theatre i BullqI
Stuart"I committees appointed, Everyone Interested to see what,I horse show on Bryant Ave. of District e.
t ,I }, tinued 1 the cooperation Martin Salerno people art accompUim-
: d' 1 :
j ;' :,' :1:,, support I County rOfor Commerce I Ing should attend these meetings -
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\r ;I !I : government. I and ttyt County Commissioners, and watch Salerno Improve
I' : : various projects are under wayi; and growlAIGLERS
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I ; SEND GREETINGS
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k"I' OF CATHOLIC CHURCH Mrs. H, II Hlpson who recently -
i' "lt BEGINS: SUNDAY
NEXT;
I visited her son-in-law and I!
'h I daughter In New York, also vlv
,)
PHIL.I The Rev. T d Oary, pastorof
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I Ited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Algler,
St. Joseph's Catholic Church long-time residents of Stuart
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'f' has announced that the winter She said they asked to be remembered hanWrin
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'I.l' Stuart friends aid
t schedule will begin Sunday to
.!I '1 1'I" : morning. Masses will be held at said, 'We read the Btuar'paper
1 t every week and would llkj ,Just
l' ; ). ; 8, 9 and'11 am at the 4th St to see our names In the netscolumns ;

r 1 ;!'I church In Stuart and a*. 10am. again." Algler Is an accountant I i ,
) In Hobe Sound. for several firms in iI iI
1 .; i"I' j 1) TOMlVr I The last service was held In New York: their daughter, Polly,II I
j Is a receptionist for ABC and I ,
{ the old church last Sunday and
: ;! : I Patsy Is now in her junior yearof
.CI "( I I UM men cf the church attended college. '
,
: ,, ,L I"" I to moving the furnishings to the -
t new edifice. With a seating capacity KANSANS HERE \ (
: : il I of BOO, the new church Mr and Mrs. E. Egan of Kansas 'k' /". I' '
,
will open its doors with a 10 a.m. have spent 10 day visiting ',I 't'

f ., ; ; ."..I J,., I service Thanksgiving rHARRELLIN -- German Mrs Egans of 304 sister Atlanta, Mrs: Ave.W. C 'I. -'I; : '.'' ",+j''.'.",' ',--.1\I ;. '\', As we 'are'a ut to 'enjoy anothfrT.

j NAVY SCHOOL : :
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Ilfj James M, Harrell, apprentice ROMAN IRWIN RETURNS "
j '.1# ., USNR son of Mrs Lou-, Roman J. Irwin who has spent American Thanksgivi, we might espclially1'give i-

J I f! ': 1 ise Harr-ll of 731 Stypmann I the past months In the New England ,
l' Blvd.. .is attending the Naval preflight 'States visiting his carna- '
thanks
r j :j, t 'I : school at the Naval Air, tion growers and attending to -,! ,' ; to'dfrr leaders of fie j 1
1 I training Base In Pensacola. Preflight other business expecls to be
I I school l Im the first step to- home Thanksgiving Day to 'join American Way o/ Life '
\II: 'I : ;$ ,i t i; winning the gold wings of his wife at their St. Lade Estate Vho are ;tyor gIn
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111 ., I t 11 a Naval aviator. home

,. i p). 'f. 1/'/ iii iiiIf11P I an all-out effort to mate* things jul a

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( :"I I little easier for the peoples dt the 'or

Deeply Appreciate :

: I I "" as they search for just' a sma\part the
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Your Stron Vote
/ : j' ". .. religious, economic and physlca\fref loms
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"LATE Stand Independently on My I

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Finest Steaks MARVIN H. RO Wi

P TOMMY support/will be appreciated

in the general, election .

Tommy's .

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..TO STUART NEWS, STUART MARTIN' COUNTY' FLORIDA THTK8DAT.
___ NOV, 21. 1M7 s.ne 'I'IIIL'"
IN TO MEET ---- --
POST In
Jensen
Beach Bee, ce..pr..ld'n', Can.I OLD-AGE BENEFITS to
|Id Johns Post (2, Amer- Vaujht, secretary, and EvelynVolght APPLICATIONS" URGED Salerno News of Connecticut, who are livingat Jr. and Mri George Osborn motored ing to arrive home Wednesday ?t 4.

lion, will 'meet at Its treasurer Payette'l Flshnhol, expect to to Miami on business T es- evening to spend Thanksgivinghere \

b Bt headquarters at Ida PATRIOTIC Mrs. Anita TIlton and Mrs R. C. Oehrken, Jr... manage CHILDREN'SMISSIONARY' move In their new home on Salerno day.Mr. : with his parents, Mr. and

,. No advance pro- Ruth McElfresh were hate see;, of the West Palm Beach office Shores In the near future. and Mri. A.ralin DeLoach Mn. Fred Pedersen.Jo .

liana were! announced. SERVICE HELD for the afternoon and served re of the Social Security Admlnls Walter Johnson of Cocoa call- wen business Tampathis Quigley who has Just returned -' :

freshment In the church par!: tratlon, urges all persons who ed on his brother, O. H. Johnson week. I from South America has .it:

ors. Ella dehorn Meda Bright!t have reached the age of 65 to Friday. He accompanied his Alfred Pedersen, Jr. who la In, written hell' be home for (

l a,. AT and Mary Retterer will act ai.I file applications for old-age daughter Ida who played in the college In Tallahassee Is expect Thnaksglvlng. II\
CHURCHBy .
hostesses Cocoa High School band and
Dec.10 at t p.m. at the t benefits. He stressed the Importance SOCIETY BEGUNBy
Community Church at which I of workers establishIng son. Bud who played football In

CHARLOTTE HELLIER time a program In keeping with their eligibility for social security Stuart Friday night. i I
National Prayer Week will be I benefits and polnted'out, MRS. 0. D. QUIGLEY '. Mr. and Mn V. E. Howard,
The Church Aid Circle of given. "Our research unit estimate Jr* of Golden Gate were guests
the
Community Church'beld a Those attending the meeting: that only per cent of those eligible A Children' Missionary Society of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Johnson MOTORSi

oil for the trlotlc service In the church auditorium pa- Louise were the Rev. H. a Jjjnei, Mrs, to retire are wealthy enough named Sunbeams has been Sunday.Mrs. George Osborn president i
Mrs. Elizabeth not to need Social
benefits organized
last mon3 Security at the Southern Methodist opened the Home Demonstration
Wednesday after- Spencer, Mrs' that 83 per cent have
noon. An excellent Thanksgiving -' Ella Elchorn!: Mrs ,Nuner, Mri enough savings at the may age of Church with Mrs. W. L. Club Monday afternoon at the Briggs and Stratton'
pottsan Merritt as leader. The Sunbeams church with a song and a pray.
program was arranged by Bee Mrs. Wallace\ Mrs. Oarr fS to live comfortably with the Mrs
er. Jack
the program chairmen Mrs. Tllton Mrs. McQfresh, Mrs aid of their Social Security'payments meet each Tuesday afternoon at elected Saunderson was !I:
Mrs secretary and Mrs. O. D.
Jean Hamilton, Mrs. Grace Warren, and that the remaining S with about 29 children pres /
Best Quigley
and Mrs. Dulcle as membership chair ZZ-6H.P.VIOTOR
Nu. Mrs. Lola Tobin, Mrs. Neuman, 30 per cent need help In addl: ,, ,
Plans
ner. Two man. were made for
the
special duets were Mrs'-Clara Seal, Mrs Anna Frey, tlon to their benefits." ent.The
rendered by Grace Warren and Ladles Missionary Society Christmas party to be given with B3We
Mrs. Vade Burnett. Mri. Retter P. MOTOR r
JAZING NEWS Bernice Hamilton assisted at the er, Mrs. MadtU, Mrs. Alnsley, met Wednesday with-a covered the Missionary Society Ladies. '

piano of by Mrs Caroline Nellie Madtu Birthdays Mrs. Volght Mri. Bright and Hole Sound News dish luncheon at the church The date later and.place will be announced N-1 >/2H. P. MOT< I'I

fl&HING ROD Spencer and Mrs. Horst. Mn George Osborn the ,
Mrs. Edith Garr were celebrated Laurence gave Several of the Ladle with Miss

with long 3y Jingo Tavern Clarke has manager returned of P-TA MEETS lesson on Thanksgiving. Plan Luella Inscoe gave a very Interesting Have A Lint ed Supply of Thee M rs

In the election of officer all from' a month's visit with relatives were made for a bazaar and bake demonstration on articles
the present ones were reelected I sale at the Salerno Post Office they had made such as hand
In Elmira
N. Y.
FIRST CO E FIRST !
: Jessie Horst, preside\ t Mary! Mr,and Mrs O. J. Pascke have ON THURSDAY Dec t. The next meeting will bags, pot holders, hankies, centerpieces SERVE I II
aprons and shell work. In
returned for another season and be an all-day affair Dec. 3 to
Afterwards refreshments were We Carry A Com J9ete Line of Part Service
are at Melaleuca Lodge. sew for the baiaar. A luncheonwill
served by the hostesses Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Munch, PLAY IS GIVEN be served at noon. Eight George Osborn and Mrs., O. D. T es. Motors s I
who have been members (
living In Chicago ware present Wednesday Qulgley.\ Others present were i

fit all insiru rs. lwc have returned here to make Mrs. S. D. Bever, Mrs. Kate Riddle I
heir home. They are guests of By MARIE BRODRICK Mrs. John D. Stevenson and Mrs. I
Easy b J. P.i Wllbar, Mrs.
am our "
fresh Mr. Munch'i brother-in-law and The P.TA met Thursday eve Mrs. Bobby Thompson were busl- Gladys Perry, Mrs. Harry Hollo- UTT <
sH slater,Mr, and Mrs, O. W. Snipes.Mrs. ,H:S4 callers in West Palm Beach Mrs. Francis
nlng at the school. Mri Smed- way Stiller, MraW
ADIO and A. A. Hendry and Mrs. aurg'i class gave a shadow play. Friday. L. Merrttt, Mrs V. J. Me-
LIA CO.STUART. Karen Margaretls Went Friday "Blllle the Naughty Goat," which Mr. and Mrs Harvey Marr returned Cullum, Mrs. R. R. Merrltt Mrs RADIO and APFtlANCE CO.
In West Palm Beach. home last week afte
Jack fiaunderson, Mrs.
was enjoyed by all. Mrs. O. WINlams : Robert ,
Mr. and Gamble two weeks in I
Mrs. Lewis Tennessee with
F [ gave a report on her trip Saunderson, Mrs. Roll. Decker
notored to Sarasota to relatives and friends 'honar 02
Friday
to the State convention at 61.. Mrs. Charles Conrad and Mrs.
w mmomw Petersburg Nov. 4 to 7. While Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rowland Rasmui Mortenaon. 202 Osceola Ave., O >osit/Fira Station--Stuart, Fla.

111,.. -l attending the convention Mrs. of Stuart spent Sunday herewith Mr. and Mrs. George Osborn
DST f, NOT 0s : her parents Mr. and Mrs \,
ART rot Acrloe INNER TUBES FORE BEACHTilton's Williams was the guest of Mrs
Shelby McCulley.
Ada Reese, wife of a former minister I
STtfmni1i Mr and Mrs Alton Powell I andsons
of the Church.
Now Sol-fact Community Lloyd and Dalton, of Indl I ,
Other committees
also made reports.
,, i rod absolve Service StationJensen A antown spent Sunday at the
new committee
was
against the element appointed home of Mr and Mrs. J. L. Ter '
to replace the swings In ROAST TURKEY '
h action like you see the .
schoolyar4. Due to the absence rys.Mrs.
Charles Conrad and three
(on-The WONDttOl] Beach of the president George
keipun. ladles and the Rev. Garret of
Brownlee, and vice-president, .
* of nnnsted glass Stuart attended a ladies convention
Mrs. Andrew Ondlih Mri. An-
itiongeil fibers | drew Lester presided at the and luncheon at St. Joseph '
OPEN 12 NOON ON SUNDAYS I
i: guaranteed lot 2 meeting.Mr Church In Coral Gables las ALL THE MINGS .

against breakage la and Mri Charles DlcterI week.
Mrs. C C. Jacobs Is visiting t
e. This -wood.f-
I hot called on Mrs Arthur Brod-
al can never rot,rust, rick Tuesday and Mri. Jessie her daughter Mrs. Eddie Smith ,
p-oerer take s MLurlublf and Mr. Smith in Daytona Beach
Griffin Saturday BRING
TI E AMILY
resiliency WE DO OWN Miss Willie Lee Inman of this week. l lE
i fibers gives action OUR Branford. Conn.. has returned Mr. and Mrs Charles Koletka,


veer light really 10, fade yet sweet( I We*: / I T7?&_ > *&t# bland.to Mrs.open George her residence Brownlee on Jupiter visited Sunday Jamison Mn Martha guests all of Coral Freddie of Mr Gables and and were Mrs K. WE SERVE A SMAIRICE'S PL FOR CHILDREN 1; i

'CRYGTALS FITTED EHORAVINO C. L. Mooney.
trs. See ( In
Fort Pierce Monday, and
Mrs. W. W. Ross and daughter, m1
FROG u our
made a business trip to West
more Sylvia. of Jacksonville are here
Palm Beach :
Friday. ..
visiting her aunt Mrs. Mary '
Mrs. Robert E. Belknap of :
Chandler. Mri Chandler will
Boston has arrived to open her
accompany them home Wednesday
home on Beach Road Jupiter
for a week's visit.

IMPORTED &UT COSTUME JEWELRY Island Mrs. Dan for Shawl the winter visited season.In West Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Gardner ij ijt
Hardware '
i CO. of Karo, Oa, have moved back. ESI
Victory Arcad* SUart, Fla. Palm Beach Friday Mrs. Gardner Is the former Alice URANTi
PHONE 31 Mr.. and Mrs. Ray C. Marti, Crane. (
err
ttnnmincA the hlrt.h nf A inn
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Horan i
RaT C, 3rd: Nov.: 12: at Buhl Hospital :
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Sharon, Pa. Mrs. Marti is Talk oft Town
e
the former Rosalie Moore, VENISON IS POT -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. FOR HUNTERS HERE

Moore of Gomel.
Dr. and Mri. Harold W Corya Grover King Fred Staffordand

of New York arrived Sunday to Jim Konedyieft! Friday on
open their home on Jupiter Isl- a hunting trip In the Lake Okee- OPEN ALL DAY THANKSGIVING ; ;

and for the winter season. chobee section of Martin Coun

Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Griffin and ty-and at noon Saturday King

Congratulations to daughters Elda!: and Lacy Mae, lagged a 1-polnt buck weighing
were entertained at a fried 150 Ibs The trio returned Sun i
shrimp dinner Saturday eveningat day night with the venison. anda 514 So. Fed I wy.

the home of Mr. and Mri number of quail. ,
George Brownlee. -. Dave Baker, Walter and Cecil
Miss Marietta Moore of West Johns and D..S. Hudson are reported

Palm Beach spent the week end to have lagged a deer

with her parents, Mr. and Mri and another party composed of
W. R. Moore, of Cfbmei. Leroya and Howard Glass, Albert FOR THAT
Miss Marie Brodrick celebrated Frlpp and Ervin Fulton. got

her 15th birthday Nov. 18 at venison, according to Wildlife

RBXALL her home. Ice cream and cake Officer Ralph Hartman. FINE CHRISTMAS GIFT
\
were served to Mr. and Mrs.
Jease Griffin 'and children Alberta TWO CIVIL SERVICE

and Eugene, Mr. and Mri EXAMS ARE ANNOUNCEDTwo IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO LEAVE STUART !
Lacy Griffin and children, Elda Come In And
SUPER DRUG STORE and Lacy Mae, and Mrs. Anna forthcoming Civil Service ; -- -
Brodrick. examinationAl were announced I I can serveHijhGre.de u with LAY-AWAY 4

Mri. Douglas Atkinson and her this week one by VA for filling Je elry at I
friend Mrs. Clinton l Fuller the position of dietitian In vacancies That Precious I'I
a price that wilfjpurse. it I I
stopped to visit with Mrs. At- in the Southeast and your I
GIFT
that kinson's daughter, Mrs. Andrew the other by the Civil Service i
Upon the completion of its remodeling so I
Lester, on their way home from Commission for filling resldent- FINE WATCHES From Our t tl,
you may be served n\vf efficiently and in comfort New York to>Oaml. n-tralnlng positions In psychiatry -
Choir rehearsal will be held at St. Elizabeth's. Hospital In DIAMOr- S Complete Stock I i iINGS

Wednesday evening at 7:30. Washington. I I
Applications for the dietitian in

posts will be received at VA
bring back their daughter, Min '
ranch( Office I In Atlanta until FORT LADIES, MEN and CH DRE I
Vema Gamble, who la attendingthe
Rlngllng Art Scho.o. :.and who further notice. Applications for
0 will spend the Thanksgiving the psychiatric posts will betaken VANITY CASES NECKLACES CHAINS OF ALL KINDS 'i '
;
holidays with them. In Washington until Dec. CIGARETTE CASE COMBINATION AND PLAIN ''I
Information be
,- A. A. Hendry, Jr.,was in Miami 18. Further may '
secured from Mrs. Gertrude R N LIGHTERS- and Table Models,
Thursday and Friday attending
RAND' Mlnnehan In the Stuart Post 1
ON I ITS
the meeting of the Martin County LETS
School Board. Office. r'" Sterling, Gold, Cold Filled and I

the no Sat.KETS.
Among those attending ;

Veto football game in Okeechobee k L CROSSES
November 29 Saturday night were Mr. and

Opening SaWrdayl Mri. W. O. Shlpea, Mr. and Mrs. I REAL MUST L.. .

Ransom TIlton, Mr. and Mri. Pow Boxes, Cigarette and Jewelry Boxes _
Lewis Gamble Mr. and t Table Models. '

George Wilson and Mrs. Mn'l
Compton., ES T C KS -- Sprint Wind and Electric

Mrs. Arnold Taube was hostess \1 1Holloware
:.,'.. 5-H..y. Silver Plated .
Copper
on
I to her bridge club at &,- ,
,', ',, mours Inn' Tuesday afternoon.. Vegetable Combination Trayai;

High score prises were won by Properties o kinds Sun Clas
", ''/ 'If" ., MUM Elizabeth Robertson and e \ Earrings V Costume) JewelryMany

': -. ,_, .11 Mr.. Lewis Gamble. Others play. for sale. Other Items too NumAus to Mention
Ing were Mn. X. J. Ward. Mn. ,

Minnie Klpp Ura. R. S. Robert- rentals and COME IN AND SEE OUR STOCIcV NO OBLIGATION .
sure
LF.is ion, Mrs. C. H. Alderman and

.,' Mrs. Adolph HerteL ante. WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIR \ GENERAL, JEWELRY REPAIRS
T. J. Pitchford of Fort Pierce I I
," was the guest Sunday of his All Work DoneVtt Our Store

,; ,, ,. brother, J. J. Pitchford. and Edward
daughter, Mrs. Seymour Gideon, MappRealtor GUARANTEED SERVICE ND SATISFACTION .

proud tl b. represented In Vil modem storey and Mr. Gideon.Mr. Owner SAM CONTINENZA, S censor Vmcent P. fn ,
y and Mn. R L. White of

i proudjthat ill ice cream anil dairy products Eau Oallle art spending a few
days with Mrs. Whltel mother, STUART JEWEL SHOP
nava-DMii ikosan for service Ad distribution. Wre. J.L. I.tarar. r. O. Arcade Bldg. ,

Mr. and Ura. Thos. Marnel of !
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New Jersey have arrived and are Pfcpn 219 W. FIRST STREET Oughterson Bldg. STUART, .
located at Fogarty's for the season

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I r '11! ,; I,''I i SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART Ham.Telephan.36W MR5.otflq MARY befoe5 pope HARTMAN noon :;:Mp:o.t


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i. nr t, drive! to Stu-j the University of Chicago !In to
; expect to open a law
DEMONSTRATION TUB PALM CITY CUB STARTS I WEDDING .GIFTS FOR BRITAIN'S PRINCESS I Chicago ofllce II,,
Christmas holidays June ItU and Is'now working f ( I'I r i' MUTS; IN 1NDIANTOHN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE ---- art to spend the Beach.Ported Their fatbe

,t I I'I B;J ',. I +sr i\ The Indian Club town, met Horn Thurndaj Dimcnstratlon ,q'.r I met The last Palm Thursday City Woman afternoon Club at'I bl Gould her, a High with graduate School Mr Gould.of, received MartinCounty Miss a get there.Master his Her law Degree brother degree In, at phllasopr John Btetso wl,"ill n taken County last much Hospital week Imprordl "bell It '


j I I'I I'i 'at the home of Mn. C, M Fletcher : the church with Mrs. $I. O. Crewl!! ___ tv i..I: her Bachelor of Philosophy at-University- -- next month and plai I' fend\ a head injun altAr I.! t tr .
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If t I with MM G. S. Fletcher'at:I and Mrs Clarence E. F'lnauei
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J II I ,y J assistant hostes&f< 'I as co-hostesses The business
I ''I !,, ,i Practtcal.handmade. article s!I
I t session Included a discussion of _
\I
suitable for Christmas
; gifts wen' a membership drive. Mrs. Henry flftttttM !
e exhibited. The meeting i
nax
'
I Crews and Mrs. William Burdlckdrlvt ,
tr iIIL month will be a Christina affair o
have announced
'i. t\ ,; at the home of Mri V. 0. chairman 29 cents
that annual dues are
Mathews\, In
Port Mayaca
1j In theo
t' and that every woman
is\ {il Present at the meeting!! !! last
Is Invited to Join the
{community
'f t" ; ../ week were Mrs. d. W. Fletcher,,j
Mrs L C Cameron, Mrs I. PClementa clubRefreshments served to
v were
I ) Mrs Mathews: Mm'I Mrs George Smith Mrj RobertMontgomery
',\\j'J; I\ w. O Parker. Mrs. O D Parker,
Mrs Porter
Mary
.,?:) Mrs. o D. Hataway, Mrs H. 1,: I Mrs La Vern Van Ness Mrs:
)I' .J'I\\ Newhouse Mrs H, H. Ne house., Paul A. DeVllbls And Mrs'Felm'auer
fl i
I: !f) and Mri Gerry Myers I'
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f'' ; E'E'f 1! PUBLIC IS INVITED TO tea from 2 to 5 p,m. next Thursday -
't1.) ""I' CHURCH BAZAAR-TEA I at the Woman Club In con-
., ?II j ; t l\1 r The women of the PresbyterIan I nection with their annual bazaar -

::' M.. Church. will_ .. entertain at a The, public .Is Invited. 1 1s
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; ; j'r willing( gifts/: of welry for Princess Elizabeth and is a diamond brooch, also the gifts of the queen

'I'' : I jlf, YO CANT GO WRONG Lt Philip Mmmtlwtten are displayed left( ) In ton mothc" The big!( square|. (renter) In lower
} "1, I ',; ''il nI dun'H St. J Jollnf'l! Ful ice. At !ton' left to rigl h(1 t: two row contain necklace) of 98 1 blind( red rubln Set
4( ""t. \ strands) of "pearls. s necklace ot pe-jued diamonds In gall 1 1 the Rift; of the Bunwte people. At extreine -
I, 'I" I j 1\\ When ou and rubles" anal di unond earrings\ all gifts of (the k'ft In lower row is jeweled watch: gift of

:'' j ,4' "N'tJ (,' Visit Our Store, Me Our ficient Staff, and See the king,,!! and Queen of England; The mint at right/ SW lJerlulld. At ritlit is pk-rure of Miw-fMc g rtersent 1 : 1
+I : is arranging a diiimHid. tiara In front of which to the princess by Mrs.. Ella Wehage of
'f1f ; Large Variety of cc andise Bought to Suit .
t are diamond earrings!: gifts of Queen MollmrVI Sinner*t, Man,

l ; ;;i4'e; Yo Needs. .irv .j jt top! riht(: i f. stomacher I in!front!of. which:!a...
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f:, ; ,'; BESS HARDWARE CO. I DUTCH TREAT WINNERS I IBridge I Mr, and Mrs. V W Hunnlcutt! ; ek4As

., ,HJ'i : '1'i ,1/ I EPISCOPAL MEN prise, winners; at last,of Atlanta have taken an apart-
I.t.i Thursdays games party of the 1 ment at the Holleran for the

::1\\ Dutch Treat Club were Mrs. RO .: winter He is in supervisorywork r iD4
I 'ri ELECT r OFFICERSLadies Judson, Mrs R. B. McPherson -I on the coaxial cable beingcompany : f e +
i and Mrs L M. Barnes. The laid by the telephone I II REE
Y group Issues a standing Invitation I I I through this area, I II P
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1 ... J !i Thtnksigvmg to the public to Join the club 1 I a 1t : jc
Enjoy Night Set for Dee. 16
1 j each week for luncheon at Andy Mrs H. R Stetfens f much Improved Q001i
,I j LYRIC with u.1! Communion Breakfast I Talma/. Lucie Grill and the from her recent Illness. Ne *055415
t Nov, 30 bridge sessions following returned home from Martin Aejt l
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Thursday, Nov. 27 -- | I County Hospital Saturday. / 5. .
The Episcopal Mens Club ATTEND DENTAL SESSION I -I- 6
A PROVEN HIT OPEN 2:45 unanimously re-elected all of ; Dr. and Mrs H. H. Hlpson and,I Miss :Emily!: Beach, who Is attending -,
NOTOtWUS KSKtAMB--"IICIUB! DNnAwt""SSJ' fleers at last week supper meetIng the doctor office assistant,Miss I Florida State University -
at the parish house Phil Marjorie Jason, were gone five la expected home Thanksgiving '
days last week to attend the i Day to spend the week-, \e 'OdpMitd.alPbrrfa
Chadbourn who has served as State dental convention at St.(end holiday with her mother,
I I president since the club was organized Petersburg Miss Jason Is from' Mrs Helena Beach, of Osceola The General Mills ru-Heat \'IIUf.
r THE FUMING STOAT OF IN HA In March, again will be San Francisco and took the office -'I Ave. Her grandmother, Mrs. C u.uulen' I
.. .TOLD WITH CADWYN MAGICI fi assisted by C. H. Bridges of Jen- position vacated by Miss E. Schroeder, will i l l entertain ELECTRIC ON o /
I Dh Law who Is now In Northwestern Thanksgiving for them and Mr
tr .ean..eI aM1,.,. sen Beach and Paul Young asvicepresidents :
vas Icram'l .M
1 { University, and Mrs Curt E. Schroeder, Jr /
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114 a.e.e e. sk. D. .e.He and Ted Preston I .
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9 t r./le a..., Os' A sa. P.1.e, c A
I IIt as; secretary-treasurer Bill Bailey HOME FROM CONVENTIONA I ;
IAMISL ID WTE p..tet The Rev. and Mrs W. O. Al- It's the funeral Betty Oncker nodal tlfc trans 0v
volunteered as assistant-to- delegation of seven Stuart i have their for
dridge as guests
t I. I la an? ilrwUin. slips nnder bottom, tan el 1JJ
IIII Baptists who attended the an I ,
the-secretary when Preston asked Thanksgiving the Rev and Mrs 5 p '
I best Features the an Imprev.d .14. ae
1 i I to be replaced because business nual State convention at Orlando T W Carleton of Tampa and AIl.0te0I; whed. rill. it
madam muvtlou ?iron!
III last week returned home Thursday truly truly
I the Aldrldges. son-in-law and ben tint"
JidraYmi hours prevented his attending Ako.tttlMkagtb
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; il night They wen the pastor, daughter the Rev and Mrs enroll,
i all the duties. the Rev Phil Maxwell Mrs and Bascomb W Carlton of the
The men voted to attend In the Rev, Phil Maxwell, Mr. and Seminole Church in St. Petersburg maw aa' a a e anZ:i f .
at I. body the Corporate Communion Mrs. Arnold Bauer, Mrs Wilson I :
McClure and Mrs. R. Lwfe rAtof W Will felt GnsPn4sl
T .
at 7,:30 a m. Advent Sunday, Long- HV She Wets II., Diapw, oga
) WEST! El 1 a w b NOT. 30, and to join at a Communion bottom j 'Mr and Mrs.. Normca C?: Atwood + farM/ Gram/erf OoOo) Ride \ i 'Nlawwkls I and son, Norman- Jr., of
; Nh breakfast at the parish Mrs. Blanche Lowery' of the k
WALTER, E fAX saM, n Holleran will Pittsburgh will spend a two- I
1)I 1)\ I house afterwards. spend Thanksgiving II
week vacation In December with
I IP Iu4
'r ) with Mr and Mrs. B
r""aq"wDANA J
I ; rIEIsi0Nt gomvmiirot I Discussion of plans for a Day his parents Mr. and Mrs. Horace FoldIng
ANDREWS ladles night resulted in a vote Smith in Delray. Beach Atwood 148 Flagler Ave. : nOI.I.lUU..\
l'I' Dhsebl by NIl l IAM NTEE, to hold the event Dc, It at Since he retired as a colonel In ,
Robert M. Ounn has returnedto
I I the parish house. The president the Army after 37 months servIce '- P.9. I
the 70S Onceola Ave, home of
will name committees to
arrange he had been assistant indus Eie
,I the dinner and a special program his sisters, Miss Anna and Mlsn ,.trial engineer for the Jones and 1Fold.. and loci. 'Jost Its: tile lit
( ;, Tena Ounn, after a six-mono' Laughlin Steel Corporation. J/.i brakes sod maw
I I absence. He' visited his son, Col. -I- I =:piegutl :

: I I MRS II L, SNYDER Damon M. Gunn in Washington j Mrs Charles Oould and daughter .
D C. for two months and
-- OBSERVES BIITHDAY
Miss |
p r I Added i Flicker rUihafccU and Cartoon Mrs H. L. Snyder, a patient In also visited his old'horn In Waterloo '

t Martin County Hospital, has Iowa. KILL /THLETES FOOT tiers's a Reel CNtiel
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-- -- asked The News to express her "TE-OL BEST SELLER" '
: yr',1 Friday and latfirday NOV.I gratitude to all who contributedto Mrs. Richard Knapp who was SAYS STUART DRUG CO.IN I
lI taken to Martin Ceunty Hospital
I DOUBLE FEATURE*'ROBKAM 28 29 ,, birthday the happiness Nov 18 of,, Numerous her Blat Friday night because of a heart I tark.ONE A.k hi'"ilK dr.li...'..&' ilruM l..r lhl., STRONG roar ... 11-1..... ; BABY DOLL
condition, has Improved sufflci rn..kiM. 1 K-W. U.cto. with tee% ml..
li cards and flowers
gifts were I
t 1 HAT WOMAN DARES Live THE .. < .
.hot. II .N..AT. :
t KkACHU .N P I
1 I HER LOVE WHAT MAN I add d to the birthday cake, with ently that she expects to return KIUJI mfi oral tourIA RAIIY DOLL
I I RES GIVE T11E OTHEN LOVE.I lighted candles, suggested by R home the last of this week. .T DRUG CO.: .. : 4.08
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Barbara A. Tunley and baked by Louise Only' ].OO
3 I Rice, the hospital book. Miss dot lrwricking al
Stanwyck Naomi I Rood of the hospital staff ;A aw..' little dell who Organdy polka
1.
I 4s. I presented tht cake with a beautiful ST. LUCIE RES U TAndy drinks from ken bottloU -. Donnet Ootiwaing I isslso M
D l I of flowers. tyn, IUmoroiii
bouquet plntus
r w, David wttsl Competition, .
Bhs'e eldkll.IResb4
I 8h was accompanied by other ti eirli.
fo t liven I members of the staff, both white Tsimai, M :ger sins ud lop Inches tall

and colored, who sang "Happy
'' Birthday To Yo: ''at the surprise WILL SERVE AN OLD SHIONEDTHANKSGIVING Z' 4ZtCt"w $ (ttI'4't s tptl'yJv'dk' 9s-'.

I \ ;, r "The Other Love" 'I' celebration (

II I I E ? C 0fe- kL PLUS DEMONSTRATION CLUB VY DINNER Hit Handsome Train, 5J//Ind True fLiUfe, II I

I t I +' t'tsti", "Who's Guilty?" i WILL MEET MONDAY AnJ la Shining Silf' Track sIs I II I

y WN' f CHAPTER NO. 1b' I The Palm Club City will Home meet at Demonstration 2 p.m. FROM 12 NOO IL 9:00 P. M. the Very Finttt Gilt All d ,

.eav ", .ANSTALK JACK- CARTOON I Monday at the home of Mrs S. from StnU'f ThrillmJPitk It I

i i Q Crews In Palm City Mrs
Clarence fc. Felnauer will be co- 1
,I hostess The meeting will be a 1t I
Sun Mon I iTues. -Wed. FOLLO THE
d" Christmas party and homemade
G gifts will be exchanged ro"D
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I NOV SO DEC 1 DEC S ROWDS"

STETSON STUDENTS HOME NII
I All I the Martin County student :
I
t y at Stetson University are home i
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R for Thanksgiving with their The Frien Spot In Po| Office Arcad iA

families They Include Donald COMP TE LINE OF IOSMETICS e .

Burroughs, Miss Sara RolllrU, AND
Henry' >Beckman, Jr, Joe Courier DRUG SUNDRIES l
of Stuart and Blount Gideon of i Waiting For You I Lunch.Sw' feet. Miele4 A add Uaio.pIing ill

Jensen Beach. Bob Knowles will is Ice Cream Sundaes FIIEIGIIT 'II
visit his parents In their new BLECTIEI I
home In Fort Pierce I


y NIN bN1111DESh'r BEER \ WINE BUY ON $26. 5eUDOEr J''


Sh'r .",,'Istell- VIII pill AsI -THE OUTPOST/ LUNCH\BAR remrhl- loeonottr. wals ad sell .d. w'..... de #

3, I At 1 "C'ZI"" new t
I antown Road .orUYAWAY! goMola tank wr, boxeu u4 IIMM. Bun 5 a (

l I, 1 ADDED Premiuri_ ears/ nd Choice Wines I fate Also Us loconpltaf naJuiit anTTiwouplW" ,
r t Travel and News March of Time \ sin sad waster. Truufgnu JilM InolaJuL \j
YOUR HO E OF PREMIUM

BEER and ALE u L I .

T1/UM.. DEC, a FRL SAT. -- DEC, e aqtN -

$ per case Coleln 's Home and Aut Supply Store

:" SIB IIMNEH Cocoa Cola and Se Up \-$1.O0 Per CaseStandara
Icon nMI and(
w1i1gC11 wuteawntgaltatl

I Ofl Dealer Cole I an's Firestone Service Station I

I... rtus, "soup or A 1
COFFEE ARNOLD E. WILLIAMS/ op SANDWICHES! PHON 147 TEXACO PRODUCTS


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FOR SALE {iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniniiiniiinii FEMALE Solution to last weeks word puzzle 1 It Is estimated them are. more :
I HELP WANTED cross Indian Ricer DriveMarquardtTonjes
lllillillillillililllllilllltiiiiiiiliiiiiiillI'U'T! W111111 1111111 1 I than 70,0(10( .(000)( () church members
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FOR .- About 3.* i WANTED V Da"1 'cxilerienecwaitress 1 E All W Fill I In the United Slates I

l lflm[ boxe ...nfee and irapefrul One second cook., All-] Crossword Puzzle -AVA IL. T ,A P a A:6-: Rites UGAL Al> ; '

now ripening *n Merrlt bl.nd'h _plj Alex's Diner,,, S art If t 1 77ww I li I 0 0 P 0 _1 P 9 04 R1 t

*et of Indian River tnM ? WANTED --H keeuti a 111, L- 9 It A t t LEGAL NOTICE
ta.
tittles tspeclally suitable for I nurse for InvalidIrls.rod, MAC, "=,I While'Ali Held In Wanuet N. Y. TO AND AIL TO WHOM ALL 1 IT I"
private order I shipments high lady, live ; J ,1 t 4L Ftromptwyordw. I r. i A 0 P4 4 IKHl
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quality best of \ Vnmmit.ot IL Ii.ilem. I. I .41mir $fit": "... .
condition IZ I for the right party Ch.rlesI 0 R L L A PI
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". .III be 4 Ift the City
ITESI WORD cmmr* 41. I
Ed PER per field box en trees. .Address bickerh a ft, Box /231, Robe 6. I M'= IT, Honor Aoooato 0 1 Is t N IL -- ot Ityart, Iin 11.11tr, 1" :! .
kr, MINIMUM JSe FOR 1 1ORDSf 17 P. O Box 1469, Cocoa FIR.11OR :I I 80und. 14. .t.l..r is I Pit t I N .. a.. Strider' I II .-..kw. "
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so PER WORD CAP] 1 to, Otnorvatlon By MRS; VIVA C BOAT (.... or city Vloan, M (,. i ;
SALE: Tiln-gerin-es-ready; !n.Lr WAN1ED for our sods. la 9!hum I..m'''ri'oIounlOla 11 T A I far lonoties "I d ..........Io.

M MINIMUM SO* FOR ]17RDS. for picking and shlpmen fountain. Short hours, road I 1:1. Haww Ind of Obitalloo it: oleith' J I The marriage of Mini Marjory doctor had cast an eye on the enri-M 14'' -hl..k..., .n.. If III.to..'I i

... Dealers '' I par, Male or/female. Stuart / ridge u..I.II. I 0 a B st I E Tonjes, daughter of Mr. and river and waxed elequent aboul Addltl.n to 1 we, ."..d.. ..
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-- only. Dr. Dennisoi: V.011,11.11A.4, t .r11, Frank of Wanuet RIM..... a. ... iti-04m. .
Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllll'llliliARTMENT3 Garden of Eden, Jensen Bead : Drug_C*. / (If Ii :. m tl: 11MIP".m.n.&I".. : -It I st- itit Mrs Tonjes fishing that U. If he found 0...... ". b-o- asiml.

FOR RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiislillillilliffillillitilitif Phone 14S-J-J. -HLLr-WANTLil-vVhite: L-a-un-C. :: ON": or ''a 'her $1. Statute I -V 6 li f H 1 N. Y., to Walter Marquardt, Jr. time to "at = ........... I

... a..lo.t ,41. WmmaL 1) 9 141 5 S young buatneiumaa of Jensen Dr. ABCs, a' graduate It ... to miettm, ," wk..h.. W
I' KM and for general tleanlni Jowl. asohearlad "t..1 .h..I, be .PkotdEIININI .
CHRISTMAS CARDS! I Or7* r Shell Gu Station. CS. 1, atIndlantown IOC-t' S-it" Beach was an event of early medicine and surgery from New loAKIt. ....-\
'141, them now with year name 01atuart It t'n.' B.Kg'". .. November In St Paul Lutheran York University has had foul row TH| (urv 4ii. "
1 Road. II. ",rtr4ol> onto "_ COWN Church In Wanuet with the pOtot of T J. r. KEN I Ian
News Office. I Avt6mobfI6tital'toluas : years specialized training In : :
4,01V tf HiHiimhhliimHiiinihiJnliiliTiTiliilWANTED t,I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I i i i I i 1 11 'Y,1or, '., t tnvlml, fr.lt ,
1 I I CnsnluM 1 Omit hi of the church officiating eye ear, nose And throat He I .b. 11411_We, A A 141. 1
FOR SALE -C"kin-g 11111. ,;, 0, PMOO"twfng I .. ,
E.41-11.64- I >t The ceremony wu performed was an ophthalmologist In Belle-
I so Invests ". nblorl-
4. V'reet eurorlnsis. I LNRAI ADynnnowmpv _
range Single' bed. 265 West iMiMimiiiiiiiuMHiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiMWAMEDWPoslllon a Protective, at 4 p.m. before a flowerbanked view Hospital In New York, ran I

I I I iIl 41h St. __._. 2s, 21 book-keep I I" [' I" /0 if I a. ",,far:: ,' altar In the presence of relatives the eve, ear now and throat NOTICe 0. T..--r'Co,. .. f fNotie. E4113TERIr .j
looks
9 and friends The bride
to was
clinic in Davis .
MR SALE:-Hot Point electric i keeping; typing general office -I r .. "" While the Hospital. States- .is .I- I, the be.
.4 rang burner and well. Good work, .....rlenced. Full or pan # in h driesIs gowned In white satin with fit- Mile. N. CM and spent 1941 and 4...homed ..,. the P.O., "., ""

_L_ condition time, Tucker It. our gait ted bodice long sleeves oft the 1942 Jackspn Memorial Hospital Aer 16069. I of Hurl. Aria olI
Priced right for bliilan 152 Flag, 1141. ,- I u* "* Ckrk of ,
7T" 'T It. Promote' short In Miami. He the Ck1t ,-i: Tfor
N:* quhk sale First fll'llt' let SU shoulder yoke and neckline of passed the Hart
come I II Jon
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served Herb 1 "d ,., 'o / imported Illusion and lace anda I National Board of Medical Examiners : (2..tv,:Fla" oromm Vve t L 4 proof
Young. See anew I 12 I F-F it Duos .. .f this got, tho flrtlkBNDIT -
A ANTIC COURTI'ARTMENTS Dehon Bldg or'Phon 294. help' for Sod sv-t-- 2L Give flowing .skirt entrain. Her and Is- now filling imuchneeded "*.. ..... I -N I
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Novelty Store 1 .1 tAmptiodarily, and ell froma I place In this community THE T/JlKBH :
veil was finger tip
17. Dee 4 Apply at "The 71- 1 N43 __ I 1 ,a. fh-ter[ ...... whi'l i will fondpal I. boollwas
FLORIDA Juliet cap. Olven In marriageby W bu.i.eamsIn
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ST 11. Trit" having one I. i iI
FOR SALE Venetian blind! red Soda Shop" or 24 31 "T 2S Fix. ,it o..1 A,*. Martin
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1211- her father she carrtM a white I ---- stuaM
tell Drolraled, Fully Equipped Custom made by Box 141 _- __ I 79. L."AnterIC0141" r c.....,. Fl.. mt the ,. '- Interest...
Sistrunk Folsom
I Housek -Ping Apartments / Je J' 14 prayer book topped with white :Mrs 0 P. Sasso of Ankona "'. ...."." I'm ,art* nod

I Weekly 1* Seasonal Bate Ine Martin County represenlative __. TF ": !fw! I :"I";\ rose buds I member of the Vassar Bowling 1.4........ M. lea, I'd'L' Ft.. ,hat,
i.tomat.4 b
Martin Ika" me .
On '
County Electric smerso.
Wi MGET. Mgr.' Co Phone 75, If .. Man or woman pre! 1 J4 1 I 3f 9\ : + i4l.UIU1.11h.w::; :o| A peacock blue taffeta was League says on.the there were some would vacancies Von.. ...1_.. ,WARD ''COYIIN. 1:1
11 I Miss team they
Tf phone. H5l __ appearance for doe worn by her maid of honor l mi-KIN Al. COYLIL
FOR SALE one H-fL OldTowiolid work la conjunction I--1.04W I 162 at C.%true' .. Ruth ,Muller whose head dress i like to fill. Substitutes also are :.I-2k 11.I.r.cA&. 4, II )

111111111161 101411111111116141111111111FO cedar boat fully equipped 1 1 Home Improvement 46. souvock.m.1, was yellow rose as was her bou In demand. In Monday game -
I DVERTIOEMENT
SALE11111111111il with cradle. I It tl.p. Johnson Service Salary and Commission ;, I" 11" FW I37 !"i I.U n fart*1*"nl. quet. Following the wedding i the Vassar team took two out

motor gee I. Baldwin Splendid Opportanltj ji I'f' "I I, ; so f/ U 44. I-:Pl-ll.' service a reception was. held at I of three games against Beach IN THE COll T 0 Hf: COUNTY I
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Salerno Shores. .j Call 2496 Vera Beach or write I: t Au.tr.bIrdit I Pascack Inn In Parkrldgc y J. Casino collecting 1700 pins to JUDGE FLORIDAIN MAR If COU v. STATE 0" i

SAL Inimeard motor. ___--- Box 177, If 51-IoU I 1-T F WrF 46. now: After the bride graduation' the Casinos 1754 Betty Sue KB!:: KHTA1 010 )

but IS ,. 41t S. callf, FOR SALE-Prt-war ( __ 41 Lirlva way from high school she wu a student 131 while Marjorie Horton of ELUAIItTHNOTICE: IML, YI.oa.1 t

I Ial,. 'arv '45. See O. F bal.11hb:I HELP WANTED T* prevent ,,4io S1 0)//1/ 0)1 II- W4"1dP6'-t6f". '- at the Dairies Commercial 161 while Marjorie Horton of il'n: : :I; ,1xv.as !I

Iutfit.i-lii_ %-elylene- welding City;\ Log Cabin. I Accidents. Come to Ralph 5r"(3'- .il. flap'1*" School In New York. The bridegroom Beach Casino was second with OP ING, ,.TITION.--d Von I

Elect A stove Apt siniectrle FOR SALE timer Motor Co. for wheel I; IrUI VttlHl 01'iMiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiinnimiiiiiiiiii served four years In the : t42.i FINAL D1SCHANOTH to O-IXECUTOR': 1' I .
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Mrs D. W. Frye and her sisterMiss
: watel heater. 11 gal Hoover Floor cleaner Mod l ZJ. and lire alignment. They will : ra"O." Navy and U now In the grocery i Oi final t ul: C.-E.-wors
le aminine Eleanor Van Fosaon, 7..ir: I. :
business with his father in Jensen of 11-11 X.4.4 Tay
tal them help prevent that accl I.I.
offer Apply you
est <
; $35. Model 45t Hoover/floor Maine .
I -- I I arrived at Mrs. ._.I.it... Va ... ..h R. f., I' I II.e.
1 So Akron ,\v Stuart. cleaner $32. 111111 | dent. tWANTEU ------ ---- -_._-- :Beach. Pittsburgh Frye'swinter D-.41.' .1. bii.. II.I." oar 1) i ifeltion
18111GUITIaBSONAUDI Eptrik After a leisure honeymoon mo- 1!' home In Ankona Monday. for 41.1, bot, ... f.- ,"1..1
'SALE
Service.
P Phone 13 ..
-'l'our next wiring Job iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiill.iiiiillllillllllillllI. ; After the summer In DI..h..n4 0 lk-tnimme "
I spending
/ tor trip to Florida the young : .1 I 1 H.n..bloA. 'I
will
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[ : FOR SALE-Jelly, marmalades. and appliance repairing No FOR SALE111I11I111111111I1111111I111111I1111111111I1111I I couple Is residing In one of the I, Atlantic City, Mrs F. S. Young ri.h_.. R. e..-.: :.. I.... .( M., I
FL BEAt'TIH VLDSII CASIloSTim. too I ObituariesIIMItlllllllimlllllMimflllllHIIIIIIlim tin ._n.,. Flar, (. memr"mil of "Id. t
jnhttoo big or smalL High husbandher sister Miss Mary
Sell S. 602 River-1 honey shell nevelliei lawn White cottages whre they will I, final r.4.r0' ,.' n Order of .,.'
novelties and chair! fruit] quality Low cost Phone SIS. SALE n-foot board I !\ be a welcome addition to the Scott and her niece Miss Mary "...tlo.. .hd. t ,I I........." be IroK.er.t.rtt

iiiie Drive shipped. anywhere / art 117 Christopher Electric FOR center social married set In Mullens have opened Mrs. of ,.., III or I Lik.b.thRomwi < .
I builder younger 1',10 a- k--- Me 1 all11"its <
|R IiALEm-A: fook'aster- FDS FRUIT & NOVELTY SHOP; Shop. France Apartment annex sloop built bx yacht BENEDICT w. MOREY the vicinity I I I Younghusband home In An R. 1'...". .,. I

aft, all pirposvr strip trall- No. 1. If last year, new air cooled motor Benedict kona for their annual winter sojourn N.....ib 1thMKHAri I
W. Morey n retired
New Highway at 2id St : Sacrifice for less thai Irving Frank real estate opr I 4 NTHONT 1ft.
practically ne $150. C. if.hadbearn known affectionately us Uncl' his home to 4.I it .NIt ANTHoNY. i iA.
Dee,41< erator has sold
Port all Rol. orx ___ _____' 11_ : i 1111'11"11I111111I1111I1111I111111I11'11IMALE" HELP WANTED111111I111111111111I11111111111I111I11I11.111111 half write cost P. at II 137 Chadbourn$. For details, Box Ben" at Ocean Breeze Park Jensen Ruth Koblegard and has brought A covered dish supper servedat C. 1,1 N... Co-knee0l..

; 1M4, Stuart T CASEMENT BASIL 9 light Beach died at his cottage! 200 feet near th northern 7 p.m. followed by games and A. Alt."% hn"W", '

)R SALE 'a" Hoi -I ind luts. Ih.205.. each 0. M.hu-I WANTtD-Dealer-Salesman. Ti' 1014, Stuart. there Tuesday night Mr. Morey boundary of Ankona where he I a general good time were among rub: Nov IS !LL. .". 4,104T.

onorthin new. lips. Phone 91-W.J sell direct Nationally knowt FOR SALE-U.5M buys partly- and his wile wer among the will\ build. last weeks social activities at LEGAL: AI f-TISEMLNT

FACE, eaa also used I FOR SALE 1941 SItmllte i vacuum cleaner with power furnished. cottage on lOO-fool first winter residents at the Mrs. Daisy Dordan will arrive the Community Center In Wal- -

a a private hem*. as six Trailer <4< wheel, f roort, 21 ft. 'polikher, In Stuart, Fort Pierce lot. See Otto Kukin camp and participated for yean from New York next week for a ton; The Walton-Eden Property All P.-NOTlCI.. 10: T, ,REDITOR9ART.1...... .-.n.. I
two baths and tiding in its growth I Holder Club entertained gwaift.% the M R OKttXrffM ; .
ma, and surrounding Countiei winter stay at her home In An. .t ,
like Mahkgany" finish 111I1111I11I11I111I11I111111I11I11111111I11I11I1WANTED : j P
I new I at her Indian Riverhome li.---d. a 8.4iti.4 1. (if. I
floor to separate the b a for stainless steel *ink/" carpetedelectric This Is a one hundred wtel He wu born at Syracuse, N. kona. i I Recently I their the C.'.ty I
duplex. For quick a will Y. where Askin Mrs. David Putnam entertained I.r; : !fr .. &I bi- I
\ refrlgehlloil| and dolly I job and more. Call, write or IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIimIT; he lived until two Mr and Mrs. James returned I club member for In amid County. I

I 3 I st lowest price and to! Will sell fo> Ml less than see W. A. Hall Fort Pierce Ho years ago moving to Panther to Ankona Wednesday I .11.1. rlhl eal.l steatite I

o-I bedroom cottage' wj aI eokt II F. Heists, 2nd Ave,i let, Fort Pierce, Fla. WANTED-Lathe State-wood size or metal Lake, Bernard Bay. N. Y. Th from a number of days' visit for luncheon and contract par-Mrs I member II 1K1idmlnlmlralor 1 11IJXRT ;::: !k
cutting make the affair were
Ile living kltehe, remains will be sent by Johns with Asklns son, James Askin. ticipating Of.. 1>..... md Mary It.II. i .
11 itb, with f=,.. Wllll nd r-, JensenBrad WANTED-Boy with bicycle te equipment! price and where It Mortuary to Syracuse, N. Y'. Tot Jr., and family In Miami.Mr Rupert Kobletard. Mr*. J. M. -... 1heva-mmi. IMAKsHALL
I 20, 21rOK be Box 111 Stuart W. a Psdrick.Jr b. \ nn.All. .
deliver Palm Beach Times can seen. I Sample Jr. Mrs :
t terms You're welcome .- a burial. Besides his wife Mabel and Mrs W F Cochraneof ._" 1.... .Id .........tor. I
these unit at' 0 a Ill I b' ; I.a some new Bonus and commission. Apply; he la survived by I nephew, Ankona who spent lust week Mrs 0 ti Peacock Mrs. J. I ,... ..... 'I' It, live 44

Manor In Rio, Old Dixie I I it engine. Bus Station 3:30 p.m. Friday. MORE ABOUT: Henry More,. end In Miami are expecting Mrs. :.R. Yonge Mrs. Edwin Colean -_LEGAL ADVvXTISEMENT \,
a
ward Jensen. S mile with mugnnUa. and John Mrs T. S Kerbjr and Mrs R R.. ..- j
11111111111111I111111111111111I1111I111111111111NOTICES I I Because oft his close association C. A. Ludlum H.1

luart. If you are looking for, : Fine all boat or I I BEE-LIN EROAD with the/: camp activities! Schmidt of Summit, N. J., to arrive Martin. Prices went to Mrs NOTICE FICTI11; i"rr I>|1 OM NAME TO REGISTER :i

builder for homes to build, / Ralph. tlmver : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII where he Will one Of the prime this week fir a holiday vacation 'Koblegard and Mrs Yonge. Notloo la h..4.. that the on. 1
i Builder 8. E. Oakowsky, R visited last : Mr, and Mrs E. B. Traub had "- tn ::i. of Case. 1
"i I DUE TO SHORTAGE OF SHUT leaders In club house and recreation These guests 10MI'lI Vi.rida. AVIV,
In their homeIn lor o |
'. D Oak Lane Manor, Jenseileach. iT in TER MATERIALS WE CAN!> events the following winter In the Cochrane hom as week-end guest iml. .III "Kim%. ,th the virro' :: J ,
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20.27 rtkK I I brand newlll ,! TAKE ANY Ol (Continued From tag! One) verse of tribute was composed: where a number of social affairs Ankona Mr. and Mrs. Jame the ClnuRf C-r<, OWA fol, lommet"
_'- I l :GORi Summerville and Mr. and Mrs. S. Couim4y.' nohIo. u r64pt1 Proof
1 I
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I In their honor. ...... $
SPRAY OH be'partly> In Palm Beach and were given oukllralloii of
(B SALE Royal Christmas *-r .Ir.coole.j LAWN PORCH, OR HOUSE partly In Martin counties They Long after a beautiful life has Dnlatl of West Palm Beach Joori a. :ftItiviZ11: 7.X'hd: I
for
tree Indoor and outdoor light gone, Theo guests will return >1 1moVr
HOLD FURNITURE. REAS. road DON J. ROMANELLO STUDIES, 'I. hunifteas
favored eventually a paralleling *hlrk I w I -
|MI colon Martin tlccIrie If Thanksgiving dinner. Other dinner ; : : : 14
fairer world
County n. To a on High. PLANTING him.i. .7 privelp 1 b"'I"Ve. '
ONABLE PRICES. BEST MATERIALS Seaboard LEARNS GROVE
the line all I
Co Phone 78. Our lives bright with its guests will be their son anddaughlerIn ...: ._s V .,1" .-th .t
DEL _: Avon TolI-So.p;and AND EQUIPMENT. the way here but said the route are Beside Imparting; his knowledge I Mr. and Mrs the J-. Hem,.%. 4 man the -9
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It SA E-FISHING alllS SHUTTER PRODUCTS CO, via Jupiter colld serve In the lingering light.rqr of English to the studentsof of sixth" Ron : I a :toO..W; :
Co \tics, the Ideal Christmas > true life cannot die. I Edward B. Traub Jr.. and their Fix.. that the Imm ,.,
[R, "MISS SALLY,* to settle GI f Order how while there PHONE 267, P. O Box 945 meantime a. Martin County High School daughter and son-in-law Mr. boat.1.It. ... A, .,, -K et J--.. I
20 27 Dee. t I Don J. Romanello has studied ft.-b. .Val la-9 11 '" he Whre sxintas
ate. Approximately 36x11 Under discussed: plans the road and children ..
II lie. Drop me a postcard I and Mrs George Saso I"tervit.04' It d. -
| eL In good running contill.on. be would form part of a long-talk- DR. CARL HERMAN and learned about new methodsof I.ANUbfIO.UaAL : .
will gladt the
o )h em. and I 'YOUR CR"tDiT-j: hi rood at IS It.
, Built especially for sport ah yea this wonderful Jewel Box 132 N. Second St., ed-of Tampa-West Palm Beach West Palm Beach Kov 26.- Improvement 81 In citrus grove Rollin F Ankeny son ot Mr. ton4- -

Ashing and cruising Inside and of allty Cosmetics Mrs.tspklns .. Fort Pierce. We per week op- "Bee Line rd., calculated to clip Funeral services for Dr. Carl planting that being put Into and Mrs Harold Ankeny, student AD !! f MENTto

Inside water locally, about .:J. Palm Beach ens an account I 50 miles off the distance between N. Herman who died suddenly effect fnIh the home property ElI I at the University of Florida NOTICE OF INT! REGISTER
Florida, those two In Jackson groves[ Romanellos at P TIT u:: me
Keys and Bahama 186. cltieaCommissioner early Saturday a horn yesterday for
44, Phone 11, 28, 27, Dee. 4 dred. hit the recent came Netla[ I- that A. im
fslands. Has built-in fish and A. A. Poiton of Mich.. hospital following an Illness Badly by vacation ,1 '
till Dec. II thanksgiving '
t'lr;;: .t. Ire. 'd':: .1..c..h.:;
= the lost ,
NOTICE; Te northern hurricane grove many
our S.
sit of few days were
box livewell only a Sabin of
outriggers,,
the affected district said the request Mr. and Mrs. Fred I.41! will "..1.{ Wl'h''he CN-rh ., 1
Ishing chain, ship to short E HAVE Ja coven for all friends returning to Stuart Ware < will be Included with others conducted Monday morning at valuable orange and grapefruit Ankona entertained Mr. and the Clroult t-a,, In. for Martin

Itphone, fishing tackle, etc makes of -_ Rayon coven still In business regardlessof from Palm Beach County at 11 at the Furth Chapel, 936 East trees now being replaced. A large Mrs. J. C. Nodine of Jensen Sun- 11 f..:'...limithim Florida, on' W.,11 ,-let@ ,1160 ot Proof licti.

Appraised by Estate at 17,000. ffor ,sedan installed 12251 rumors being' circulated the December meeting of. the 47th St, Chicago. I planting of avocados and man- day. Callers that day were Mr. .kn. ....., ... ,'Iff

[an be Inspected at Rybovlch, Ralph Ulme lotor Co tf Our phone la still 117. Our'new State Road department. Dr. Herman had left here a loa[ are being added on the ridge and Mrs Samuel Nell former a..... .ki.k II>EAL I II I m.a">. vics 1ft ..._

eat Yard, 40th St, West 'Palitfaoh 'I IntKni location Is France Apartment Rex Beach advocated that little over a month ago to ace soil neighbors of the Sablns, who having my Pet,. "I 01- t beatStuart. _. I.
F O-R-SALE-=i ;;-t"ck.-300. In the current railroad ., ..
annex No. 1. Christopher Electric Appearing Martin' u. korl. th.the
For further Informal ralnage go hand In hand with cept an appointment In Michl- are stopping at the New Fort party .lir.., ... No. I ...1._. ..
Olt i write W. B,Cray Marin (I ton panel hly 35)) Rootekrans. Shop. ti he road project Be pointed out gan. magazine Is a picturof I' PI f >roe Hotel. W. C. slow .r ...... ti, 'I.. that the. ,.
Fait CittRd, Stuart Arthur Gifford of Meridian am wo Oka #mmumok oat ..td lot mid
not, Flk 24, YOUR CREDIT Is good at The i Mrs Thad Carlton Mrs B.
hat he recently 1 purchased a Walton for ] "..1_. I
-. _- Box 941. i .rVi Jewel Box, 132 N. Second St. large tract In Martin county Miss, and many Arnold Mrs J. A.. icker 'andMrs. Co Stan.Noe. .
It SALE-On* Thor modeipray REITZ RECOVERING years a railroad employe. As a Driveesident I 2. It O. Dev. 4
500 week
Fort Pierce. per opens Arthur Byal were _
SALE-4 lotiiwlth pump part of which would front the FROM BOAT ACCIDENT Olfford lived In Walton
gun with cup new,, n fOR well Reasonable an account. road. He said he boy Invited by Mrs David LIE'"' OVUTI ENT
two-ln imposed new .
and _
house settlers
early
r been nscd, $Zi. Odo.I t. M the Cthand 13. 20, 27. Dee. 4 planned to Improve the tract In- where his family were Fee> when she entertained with I IIN
I'ream wKet"aler. and where he and Mrs '"r T OF CO (TV JUDGE.OH i
automatic ert Herman Relti Stuart charter at Indian Hills I
unrheon-brldge F .
Irv HighwiA opposite I IlllllllllllllllllllimiilllllllllllllllllllllFOR enslvely for cattle breeding and Olfford spend a number of weeks MAD 4 COUNTY.'Leetil : iI
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zt gaL boat captain who was seriously Golf and Country Club last Tues- M11IN
Imperial C M 81211A __ RENTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillielillillillilloillililI asturage each winter at their home here PROD it I
ondition, $2t. On 1941 del burned In a boat explosion near day. Other enjoying the affair

mOrsork Portable Radlol A-l iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitiiiniMirniiiiiiiiii; Palm Beach county Commissioners Eau Game last week .Is reported The Community Center at were Mrs Brian McCarty, Mrs IN ESTATE SRI 0 SAMUSL lim, I

Audition, less batterleif[ $30Pllaa SERVICES OFFERED FOR RENT-Apt recently n- also told the Martin menthe recovering satisfactorily In Walton from now on may become I.: o Bishop and Mr. Myron 1) 1-4 1 ;
deeorated All electric kitchen would join In requesting a busy spot since,It has NOl It TO Cot TootsTO
Decker Box IKS or f hone 111II1I1II1II1II11II1I1I1I1II1II1II1I1Ii1l1l1ll1.CRANE Brevard Hospital In Melbourne Varn. High score winner were ALL EDITIORS 11 PFRSONSHAVING '
I Fafclng SL Lucia, Inlet wttta state repair of the storm-dam- been designated as a Community LAIM14 4 1ALMANUIll" I
-J. tf DRAGLlN.i ND where ho Is expected to remain rirs. Byal and Mrs Carlton.R. '
"I
I WORK, River and Ocean view. Boats aged Ocean Blvd. on Jupiter Center for the 4th District This UAINST It) ImATAT .
Reltz
two weeks. i W. C. Wilson
for another _
HOUtiOR V Ankeny b-Ale
BY Von ad A at lost.
It SALE -4 1946 PonWe, alMt BULlDOZING. KIU.Y: and worlds finest fishing at Island. serving she exclusive resort companion at the time who also district extends from Orange Max Shalnfeld, Edmund S. Bum t" ..: s, 'i-d 1.F sm,, A ear .,.I.. I I
M
be at St: CONTRACT. P. door. hone 151-J. tl of Kobe Bound. Fort Pierce along Indian had deame. whi.b ..ftbof rew I
new. Can serf your Ave,
hospitalized was William Dobbs made a X. ...
SON. STUART A 0 was and D. V. up party May he" .k.as to .9 8 Azo.
tle| Grill or call tl33j tfK AND 4 VUONT I Agnew of Lake Ronkonkoma N River Drive to the Martin County of Drive members that attended ., 4Lv M4, later orBho County ofstart Ii
CAMP Nor 27, Dee 11. FOR RENT) Floor landing machine ,
owned by Hoaoranlolinln
Center Is ot Florki 10
fheetlngW Vanilla of the few spices Y. Relti expressed the wish for line. The Masonic Past Masters i
| SALE: Lumber until II''a too UBe \ 'and edger. Ronallshyour \one! monies have A.b., R. met.. Canals M Star.offlon
thousand! Several WAIT automoblll floors at reasonable rate, not native to the Orient, Is nativeto his friends to visit him If In that the county and Night and barbecue In Okee- tin C."Ay 1.1" at 11 la the
per, for I I' for of C. He.. VoA. rioid.4.1thl.
UI today been appropriated many t'.ty a -
i iisnd feet Sx$. fx 8, Xxlt"il that need under Phone 101, Stuart .HardwareCo. Mexico and South America vicinity I It in the class chobee Tuesday afternoon. Past age 401 aloii noittka trees 1
Insurance you tfttR I I Its needs, placing taster* Night will be observedIn the tint I, .ath or li in Vmavk Kara
ZxlZ. Fine for building the new financial responsibility with the Fort Pierce center "'aim 4.4 to writing ao4 I
Fort Pierce 11
ark and bulkh Its. See Dehon, ft hold Masonic Temple. -tfat 'tatJ P= maidnes4
Law. Theodore RENT Whirling type lawn Worthy Grand Matron Feted where many organization, Yiday evening. A social hour 0-1 .fro. .1d. of -witax.e. as,

Mhur Debon, Delia Bldg Son. Dehon Bldf Phone II <*ower, by boor or day. SeeBtnry their meetings or entertain. and refreshment will follow !the .m-1, or : = lx }
f V.4 Ift Is.
hone It. tt IIDO will "- ,
Eventually a. program .
II __ Kindred. Stuart Hardijge meeting. listed th 4th V .I.bne. tell.
tfDUBLE have been worked out by an organized Bit Tull A. ZWEIG.As .
SALE: A new Iva room YOU have trouble with your Co. Phone 108. By ruartEastemStarsMrL committee whereby Adnalnatt "he metal& we I
I It
'"ngalow. 3 Mt Jh balance Then is* VANDALS STEAL -I dw.L-
f
e hens not laying : rooms now avalli dates will not conflict becauseIn VANS CRUoraor 4. .
[k 0 rent. Total Ale* l .tvt. Psn-a-mln. Stuart Feed BOUGAINVILLEADevelopers f, Admislat ,ft
Bed much of the
abl i furniture Holly- Opal Barlow i ,- worthy large violet: "Sincerity and Understanding rural districts tax: rt. Fk .. ,
eastern Debts 4>on, DehonP Store. ,IU woo |beds, Innerspring matt grand matron of Florida' ot the ." 'social life will be found In different >! *... I 8. I Ott I.I. 1141. .
SPENCER SUPPORTS Order of Eastern Star was feted Mrs Lola groups LEG ADVESEM

SALE: IVi a4hp.- Lou- Mea's belts. Luella Dw amknp. Rex Hotel, Federal .it a banquet NOT 19 at Chlslolm1 Mrs. Bestow who passed through Property Holders Club has been planted some 400 bougalovil.the Its TN& C MTV i couftr or

fn air-cooled eftlnes, Abe aey. 1U1 orange Av. Frt Hhway at bridge. tfREW by Unity, Chapter 17 of ft line of 10 officers holding holding Its meeting and social lea along the parkway of MARTIN COUN WTAT& OF IFLOR I II
oh the St
toon
Illation phone 197." lor appointment violets After "grand activities there and through hew development
[ pump Utmer Moo Pierce. In Ituart.. crepe paper RNUARI TER W11 t
Furnished
ApL Stuart I
U fti FOR decoration ". 10 officers enacteda thoughtful planning and hard Lucie east of Ofsuslog
> I Move! of large honor the "
gf Be *I S or I adult, modern date vandal, hhvVstolenSI ItL m.
Port T
much toward the j
done
A TRE for sal In i RVSSEKo"u. stockings, I painted> violet surrounded by unique courtesy In the west ,work has 4."Oessodd
witm fireplace, view of of th plants, I U was reported
Stuart matron's keynote betterment of this county Community M O 9 T IREMTOKI IAN
: the -
ete candle In grand
lion anklets ptnk, with a burning playing .
i can*. c afted wlntertZM knee pads, river sse boat Phone llt-J Center. to The New todayan4kthe nrodit of I T L.UO .< Saul
faring var] t each Drag Corp. IIDON'T II ihl center of each were used I on a large book, representing ha been reported te L someone. s nt am honor
Box tit, Syrt. comment of theft *
tac handmadeshell the Bible. Unity Chapterhas Interesting to the testified ." all i lite any ilajoiaMM
I
i
Win them A., at,e linger tiluse any 8r,day 217artin WAIT until It I toe lat. IIMllllllllllllliaiirliiiillMIIMIIIIIllllLOSTl Jo dDr: the program'I been requested re-enact new comers Dr. and Mrl Henry the sheriff.. office which IsInvestigating. O'd,--estate-Von J.h 9 th.. ".W of be the,* $8.14Id ubwatl

today for automobilepj the chapter h* an eye, ear, nose Jamlim of a mirwo, is
1 R See M FOUND Printed on blue paper were cut the program at grand K.: Branca. I 1. tea

N | rnee, that yon lee4 under' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHWIIIIIIIMtlllllllllll.OST .. In flower shape and placed In I session In April at St. Pet- : and throat specialist with offices In editorial herewith comment. The eamwrthommor((5)) _Wodo St.k firmitio roarmah.the witb3 ,
for fdTv.npY11see Stuart News expressts
the new financial responsibility bi pink basket "Violet In thefbrnlng" : .irsburgTh In the Arcade Bldg Fort the fir.0, no .%too thin
wallet eontalnlng -
ftnfedlat* delivery Theodore Deaen -Clrt's honored tated they had heard the hope that Justice I* at- .let. or .4 Va. be 1. .not"I:: .
law. elected u one of chapter also was Pierce, < "
was .
(""Art votes \ personal paper In this eas-Mllseonraglng .A otmems all. .f homil
H-fdfar Phone .LIIKINO Dompllshed
RiverDrive
C* Son. Dehon Bldf rho" plctVe*. Finder three selection by the vocalist with the pretence ot Mrs.. Delia ot the beauty ot- and
ftSA I planned to locate to people who samate be 11"m 1, be 10I.N.M.A. 10111111.11t.
Ift matron and before they
Herbert BudhotfAt Green put ,
!& grand
Walton .
pleas contact %tty are trying to da something fine an hit. Loom.y Istvilk 6.0.00 1
f( Wrist Watch, ---"-- tlflee. Phor\ ttt the I p.m. meeting foU *- supreme deputy 'of Rainbow here. Naturally the first void .-I'di. to 1. IW .

ry thin feelslon, |M. Cost DITCHINO ROADOaADIS.BULLZOZIR Nsw Inc at Woodman Han. the violet Olrls ot Florida. The Initiation : place they looked for a desirable In our community. T.N ber. V. I) 9T, I

341. b* seen after I A billion and a halfVns of Iron motif wu again used. In the degree wu given for Mrs. Doris rental residence wu,here but r reGATC Rebels

at of Stuart. lBnlr, *I WORK.' P. M. KEU.T CAMP AND ore have been, taken \om !the Kaso wu the grand matron 1 Taylor A midnight supper wu i none was available. A dumppolntment -* A burning ppe( match provides P.b.of Il.wim Oak"'L Asse-wevIllo.,. Ia.O, ,deen-6.4 it. a. Is, .
AUTO NO ,
STUART because the I caii<,) .
ellit Bi hd. Room It This SON., 11 IIm'J. lesabl range. motto.Inpink letter ot three i I served at a doling social hour. I It was lepower. 4041.
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,ch Ill never been"wtra. 37. Dee. a. I I I I It


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j I 1'.01 aR THE IreDT NEW" BreDT, MARTIN' COUNTY,FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOT. 27,1247 JJII




I H, II"! t: : II( t j Endicott Football Team to Arrive 436ONSQUAD In Week Stuart Drug's Super-Store Week's Instr isUtleyACTION alL !TA.Mlwal"1m:. .lSivc3 II.Frolim.. iCnrttt I"'h.. ...._.. ...?. ..,'


Formal Opening Saturday P j MOItrcac.. : I
MaiTGAOaClna. AIf..I1:. htollr .-.r
I PUBLIC INVITED TO INSPRED CROSS BUILDING .
1 .. e..k t q wnLY 11. Y. P. a., <. t..k ttII ,........ "
;' -- I. Co t..k..
\ I _. 1 Qpk.ka.OAssA.k J'L.a' apk of PuA.
i The "drugstore of tomorrow" are myself and B. 0. Brown. I ,. G e a..k M L f, sow. .. ... w......... .. J._ +;
open In Stuart Saturday, Nov. Streamlining of the store will puM
1' MAKING TRIP ( 'all Including permit each department to stock
29, with free favori or
; :! i ,. more merchandise than was possible -
'fl free lea cream for the
in the old type tore, he NEONSINsA
:,fl 1 : I; PLAY DEC. 7 ''j kiddles, candy for women flail- laid.
t
+ on, and CociColM and cigars "Of particular Interest to ourcustomer.

; I, .. i on the house, according to announcement .* he added,, "1 1.1 the
,. I.. I L. bjr D. L. Williams, new Rexall Buperex soda fountain -
'
Tickets to Co on Sale who today gave detail of hi designed and Installed after

i p i ,.I Saturday) Extra ,II j % .. :"", plant for an "open house" to nationwide research. "RexlU .
.ttt SALES S VICE .
REPAIRSBOXWEL
.j Seating SoughtA celebrate completion of remodeling Stores he declared, tell exclusively -
I : .
I .. .
..' of the new Stuart Drug In their area the 5,000
t --
'f f ; 1. 36-man football ajtgre.! __" _.::r-: ..., ,; : ,; Corporation Rexall Store. Item produced by the RexaU
< The tore, according to Williams Drug Company as well a* handling -
i t : Katlon i representing' the i ::1 : RAINS BLDG.
all other leading drug -
>j '' the owner Incorporate products H, 311
I : I North Side Social and AthJctlc ( ; : Ideas In modern store designs Some 10,000 Independent,
*..,1' Club of Endicott, N. Y.. J. which art the result of thru atom, he said, operate under' -
11:1
p iji It.t. fa scheduled to arrive in Stu & \.,' ... yean of research and development the Recall banner. I' 'STOP IN
I by technicians* of the Rex- Stuart Drug 1.1 I the city' pioneer AND SEE j
,. tl'' art late next' Wednesday; afternoon .......' .,;. all Drug Company. These Idea drugstore. William joined' 1

f' .1, .', preparatory to its ..... :. ..., _.... are reflected both In the physical the staff In 1923, purchasing the i THE NEW
}Ij" return flash with the Stuart of the store and In the business In 1 43. He bought the
-- -- layout
,: -' I ; I t'; Veranll'looU; tarn the i fixture and equipment. corner building In 1945, and be.] MeeffceHOME

I': : ;'( F ; F, following Sunday, Dec. 7, at t -- eo.laM Pasta "Shopping simplicity la the Ian remodeling plan last year,
-
I 3 p. m. theme of the new luper-drui- putting four apartments uP-] FRlE RS
t' J' Accompanying! the team from ''of the sections. No Individual OPEN HOUSE SET store design" William said. stairs and expanding the drug
; y 'j New York will be Coach Sylvan {seat will l be reserved and no reductions FOR DECEMBER 1 BECKMAN HEADS The tore la departmentlied.! store. The store expansion was
I'' .' i "Spill" Battlata and Assistant i have been made ; wlhch mean that it 1.* really a handled by Contractor: Charles, /
J: I"I'" Coach Joseph Mlnnl along with ticket price for youngsters.j Members of all civic groups series of small stores In one." j Conrad who Join with subcontractors ] ,
"4, :' ." "j Club President Oscar Maxan ne. j To facilitate the shortage' of: and the general public have DIVISION 5 OF The eight departments namedby and supplier In a full-I as \
,'. Business Manager Mlk; Florello seating capacity on the high been Invited to an "open William are prescription page congratulatory ad today. I
.- "j,. and Epssbly( Charles Johnson. school field here additional' house" for inspection of the medicine, toiletries, camera, tobacco William,who I ts expressing his
;t; I Jr., executive vlce-pcrsldent of j bleachers may be secured from new home of the Martin County candy household and confidence In Stuart' future by
the Endlcott-Jo)icon Shoe Company -{ Fort Pierce which are expectedto chapter .f the American (USCG DISTRICT 7H. soda fountain. this investment, Is a member of i
I of which Endicott is the at least double the potential Red Cross next Wednesday, "The most Important depart- Rotary, the Odd Fellow and the
J', \ 't home. in addition several score seating: capacity for this contest Dec 3. Miss Mary Shaclelford, ment In any drugstore he said, Moose, a Baptist, a member of I
( t {*, Endicott fans are expect to Final decision on acquisition executive director announced C. Beckman was elected "'1* the prescription department. the School Board recently appointed '
i l J. follow the team here. The first I of the extra seat Is due today Refreshments will be captain of Division. f of the 7th We have two Florida registered by Governor CaldwelL I
\ 4 two Individuals arrived here i I' t auf: tomorrow erred under direction .of a District USCO, at the annual pharmacists in our department and a member,of Stuart Zoning -
I > Monday night unexpectedly Although A entertainment; program committee headed by Mrs. A. meeting of the governing boardIn one on duty at all time They Board.SECURING.
"!- I their names were not for the Endicott visitors I 1.1 being 0. Fittman. West Palm Beach last week,,
available. framed which It Is felt will offer The board 1* composed of division
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,1 Orders for tickets I the Nw the facilities
printing game rrrhll: : I Ii MORE ABOUT officer and flotilla commanders Baptists Hosts OF
I r' were placed Tuesday and the possible area. Theywill of the division, which
I" ... t tllkets, both In the 660-seat reserved room at the Stuart Hotel Includes the between Melbourne
i : i area
I' section and for general FLOOD CONTROLContinued I ,
and West Palm Beach. To AssociationAbout
1 admission, are scheduled to be- 1 MUSIC FESTIVAL SET Beckman has served a* vice-cap I (Continued! From fact Out) I'
I
i came available starting Saturday |FOR FORT MYERS the 200-foot right-of-way to
taln the past and will take
year a tw add GIO
that no new building will en-
Reserved section tickets at -
I I I his new duties Jan. 1. He 14
: 'r ''I, $2.50 each will be available atBruner's The District 2 music festival ( front Page One) over 175 person from croach on It In the present build
:" \ I I 'Ii Pharmacy. Daniel'sDrugstore (I which Martin County High 'mental plantings, bulbs rotting and Martin R. W, Hartman Flotilla,commanderof 0 churches In the, Indian River ing boom adding to the expenseof If you lave been reading too'
attended
f i Vi I f and the Stuart Drug \School's band will attend will be 'In ground, etc., *18,500.Cattle the County's meeting. Baptist Association are expected securing the land thlrJdngfcbout hoots frown,,'

\ \\t'\ Company All general admission held In Fort Myers March 19 and Industry losses: death Looking forward to a new year to attend a banquet meetingof if you bre been waiting to M
I tickets at $1.50 each will be sold 20 instead of two weeks earlieras !of mature cows, $31,000. of activities, the local USCO the organization at the Civic ACA COMMITTEEMENWILL PRICES ETA AT whatthe lerwasgoinitod*.
U If i I at the gate starting two hours erroneously reported In The I Weight. losses.to cattle, $340; auxiliary group entertained district Center Tuesday at 7 1 p.m. for BE ELECTED then in now and M* i tin
II 1 before game time. I New last week Band Director,000. official last'week. Comdr. which the Stuart Baptist Church $25 95 thrilling Deepfieett boon
I ; v The reserved section will He Wendell Waters said Monday. Pasture grass destruction on Allen Win beck, Miami directorof will be host. :The association: include The annual election of county freezers, won display at a
I ;; between the 35-yd. lines on each The State festival will be held ,,flooded lands, 180000. churches from Stuart
the 7th made stora.F'
II District official
an twhstthey'nad.to
\ aide and members of Harold in St. Petersburg, Waters reported Calf loss, 250000. northward to Cocoa and Inland committeemen of the Martin FORM LAS >
and of Flotilla
ij I. I .::1 '-'JofiUs Post 62, American Legion I although date for it have Spring calf crop loss, 325000., 9 visit, accompanied Inspection by Alonio to Okeechobee. I County Agricultural Conservation EASY SI wayoflifef bring yfu a new and bettsr

f '. will be on hand to man the sides not been announced.__ Los from forced sales $230- Bliss, district communication The Rev. Phil Maxwell Association will be held at
--- -- -- 000.Improved officer and editor of the bulletin. announced that $3,000 was add-I the office of the County Agent, COME INI BE E THEM TODATAT
1 pasture destroyed, ed to the Stuart church's
Meeting with the members at
3ughtenon Building, Stuart,
,$300,000 Dikes washed away, $173.000. the weekly meeting at the Log ing offering fund Sunday.from the Maxwell Thanksgiving who Saturday. Everyone In Martin HalFs Electric\ Service
Cabin, he congratulated the organization -
I Ditches silted In, 150000. for the activities of attended the annual State convention County participating! in the 1947<<
Decrease In land values, $650- of Baptist In Orlando Agricultural Conservation Program
I the past year and announced -
000.Damage plan for 1948 activities.He last week, was named to the 1 Is eligible to vote In this POST OFFICE ARCADE I PHONED
M'r' ; DA GER.i I to buildings and furnishings was honored at a social program and State executive election, and all farmer, ranchers -

$129,000. and hour following the meeting which ommlttees for 1948. Dr. Doak and grower are urged to be lit'' III ''I "OU III Iii J ,II Mill t HIHIUtl 101.\ I I
Equipment depreciation was arranged by Chet Homan 8. Campbell, president of Florida present. .
destruction $65.000. and J. D. Gray, State University at Tallahassee, --
Erosion, etc., 750000.
was elected president for the
.i I Total Damage Ranches and EVERGLADES SEEKS State session In Miami next fall.
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; 3 SLIPPERY ROADS Lt LI? Farms 417580040. MIGRATORY LABORERSWest MESh
AHEAD Loss from food and non-food In the Everglades!: the demandfor MODERN H
fish not being caught: $479,000. Palm Beach, Nov 28.FNS .- day laborer has been Intensified -
\ DIM lAFUY-ON NEW City Damage! : Streets $20,. < ) Everglades farmers need he said. An effort. Is ,

\'i' 500.Bulkheadlng 500 migratory laborer mostly as icing made to bring 15 migrant ONE 2 EDROOM /NE BATH
,
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GOODYEARATTIRES & Resurfacing,, bean pickers It was stated by M. negro worker here. from Vir- -
,
i $12.390. U. Mounts, county agent of Palm ginia. ,
: Emergency ditching, $4469. Beach County this week. News of the storms caused! ONE.. 3LBEDROOM .yONE BATH
I i General repairs, 14075. With the start of cabbage many worker to shun the Everglades
Gigs 1 ; j ; I Total City, $50,850. planting, more work on celery area thinking there was ONE 3 BEDROOM JTWO BATHS
County Roads Bridges, $350- and an increase in the operationof no work available; and this has
i a WASHING, 10* 01( all tire trouble $350,000. the U. S. Sugar Corporation developed a serterU I'hrta.Z---( BEAUTIFUL / FLOORS
i eeeun la the toil 10% ol tit. $14.40p I Merchants losses due to reduced 1 HOMES -TILE

i ,* "' 111. E.U us "Ih* lot\ 104 %-,, Phu 000.1.ii tr.,. of monthly loss of gross money Income In circulation because ATTIC FANS IN 3 BED*>OM HOME*OR PERFECT VENTILATION

; ,, ,, i % MOM NON-SKID f EASY TERMS I projects and due lack to of excess labor halted water EXCELLENT LOCATION ."LARG/LOTS.s. MODERN KITCHENS

i 9 1'' i MILEAGE I Sept. 17 through. >ct. 24, $98- Thanks-

.. 7.-.er--r. 700.State
Road Department roadbeds -
.
destroyed and cost of de-
;
WMY MOTOR CO. lay in completing new roads,

li t u', 1lf, 225000. I will do my bee/to merit
t'i}'i P Damage to railroad beds, ballast GROCERY STORE
Fla.
h; r N, FeAral Highway Stuart, bridges, etc. for two roads in your Continued upport in .
Martin County, $63,000,
City, County and State road the General Election'Dec. 9. I/ AND .
damage, U1U10.
Total direct losses 5387010..
Indirect Losses: estimated potential FILLINffi STATION
value of crops destroyed,
1250000. S/STIMMELL/ I

I Estimated probable death loss KENNETH .

{i ,, Ua m erI of beet .cattle going Into winter, .. Corner Locat/n I Store and Apartment
$350,000.Miscellaneous
h i ii ii
i Indirect losses, rni.bed
475000.

i i Total Indirect\ 1 loses, $2,07- A Goo* Inv tment and Income
i fkt 000.Sum
total of all losses, $7,482-
010. '

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JAYCEES CHRISTMAS PLANNING CONCERT Wafch IForANNOUNCEMENT


: ; Stuart Jaycees, meeting in OCEAN FRONTAGE ',

i i,4-,4 supper teuton at Chlsholm' '
r al Monday night, made tentative

its; eiy an' plan feature the community for the a finest public musical Dec.concert 22.talentIn to o, NG- y '$25.00lPer Foot


difference the celt of quality mAer' Kenneth Stlmmell, Jerry La-
1lm. eert ,
Polnte and Henry Kindred were Ri/er Frontage 15 to $50 Per Foot

I N rend Inferior lu ben Is so am that o u cannot named to develop plan for the Goo Up "
Christmas musical event. / Inside Reside tia1 Lot $450.00

r. .f"ford the expei\ off cheap Bfnber. Play cafe' Jaycees approved design fora
new "Scotch-Lite" welcome 4 UNIT PARTMENT.
f : end accept quality- tuber ronlyE..there's meat sign at the south approach to

,difference \ JL the city, and elected David B. 18 UNIT PARTMENTHofcl
H Iron to the board of director I
e Get the rig "gr radi foi t right purpdel to the position vacated by L .f 1,;
In Next eek's StuaU News
L. Holden. \
let ui helpyou telect yhjfjumber anjJ, 1 and Buskess Property
a + !
mJ It take 100 or more cars of
F building eridla coal! daily. to feed the (unites in

yrt.n the power plants of big city.\ .
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., THE STVART NEWS, STUART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV 17,1941 PAGE SEVEN

Sugar earl stalks often grow 18 MOSQUITOES REDUCED
: tall Vat I "7tt ----">1 CREEK DELEGATE l HiiimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiniMiMiiiiit State In 1914 I have consistently good return for their product fuse to gyp their customers The
of DDT residual house The of ___
Song
,-SI I HP"-" condemned the evil mind housewife is not
"" spray in Florida constant To Late to ClassifyBy practice Mo Floridian In his right American dumb;
fight Thanksgiving i of shipping green fruit and will would either buy or attempt to you may fool her now and then
[artiti County against malaria-tarrying mosquitoes RUSSELL KAY continue to dp so eat the kind of fruit we Insist on but after she .Is taken-In early In

In homes has resultedin long of thanksgiving" I is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiriiiiiFrom Florida produces the finest shipping early in the season. the season, she Is off of Florida
Cement Craft a 4-per cent reduction of the TUB. within the comdous- 1mow. the Inception of the citrus citrus fruit in the world and It Both grower and ahlpper know citrus fruit for a long time and
that It is unfit to eat but their she Is off the who told U
pests this year John A. Mulrennan Ness of .".n. Those who are Industry. Florida, year after Is criminal to offset this God-I I grocer
Mesa ilfer DIvM- entomologist, State Board truly thankful for their blessings year, has practiced fraud and given advantage by allowing a motto Is Let the buyer beware,"1 to her, .
laying artering Stucco, of Health, reported this week lied whole Inadequate to express deceit In attempting to market few selfish growers or shippersto and to'hell with the reaction If we must ship green fruit to
Cow A storage battery does not attire;. many 1 II the urge lo praise sod, r Immature and unfit for human Citrus Industry. grocery chains who have "put throwing and not for eating
titbuL Owes electricity, Electric current passed lo devote their lives to His service consumption. In my humble way I have been their foot down" and who re- purposes.
to -- ; --
Irtplace WOK A Specialty through( such < battery acts up a they repay.can,In the ai Meanings Urge s measure they have as As early as September, Florida telling the truth about Florida
Mo' reversible chemical reaction whichpermits received. fruit begins to move to Northern fruit since I first came to the
CM. H Jr. Prep.r markets It is State In 1914 I have consistently FOR SALE
electricity to be generated Have we not all reason lo be as green as grassand I
Palm CII" FL. ('!honilcullv after the battery is ,r.lefullo God Even those who. any consumer who buyi U condemned the evil practice !I' FRE -CUT GLADlOlTAT20
"charged are at yet nut entirely free of ., is dpomed to disappointment, of shipping green fruit and will
--- their problems can be thankfulfor Maturity tests which were supposed continue to do so. j >*p ATLANTA AV
progress m.di! In the overcoming to check this evil fall min'erably. Florida produces the finest citrus MRS FPEXCLUSIUE HOENSHE
of their Ills Few there are, I Fruit ts artlfically colored fruit in the world and It Is:
LoFCost even In the darkest placet of the and prettied up and some i criminal to offset this Ood-given I
Homes earth, who. have not, experienced of It looks quite tempting on the I advantage by allowing a, few ,
some Indication of the love of outside, but Mother Nature has- selfish growers or 'shippers to
God. nt finished her Job and the bring 111 repute on the entire
ALSONERAL In the United Stales of America housewife finds to her sorrow i citrus Industry GENT

REPAI1 a thanksgiving day 1s set, aside and at for this national lime that she had spent her good: The big (Idea of .course Is to
grateful hearts Join In pralilng money for a mess of garbage.: get the fruit off the tree and FOJ/ !
WRITE OR SEE
into the market before cold
God for His abundant gnodneu, This consistent shipment of a
But, one uk onewlf When really worthless Inedible fruit gives all wave hits. But the shipment
E. A. 'ISILL" BALDWIN- la the time fur thanksgiving Is Florida fruit a black eye. It ol green fruit does more damage CENTUimBOATSRICHARDSON
It not at every moment of our ALEXANDER KYROU knocks the bottom out of the than the average freeze i
p. o BOX 11 \ IALERNO lives Should we lot eeaaelewly market and messes up the whole The tremendous growth of the
FLA. K Is
give thanks for the f.cllh.t Hid, >:roll permanent' rcprcstitlive *- deal but somehow, we have gift box trade has been built on AND
good, Is All, for the Indestructibility from the Giw Government never been able to stop It. I the shipment of quality fruit. 1.
of God. 1 lens, for the presenceof lo the United Nations I suggested several years ago Thousands of folks have learnedto
t1Ut1IIIIII11lIlIIIH1111H IIIIIIillllllllltl111111111"' "Iliilltllliliillltltiit111111110Jensen '" "' the Christ. for God ever
that we might use some of the depend on reputable shippers
present love? millions we spend on advertisingour for regular delivery of quality CRUISERS '
Breach It was Christ Jeaua under.sanding FILM COMPANY TO fruit to warn consumers fruit and they gladly pay a prem- t
Beanty Salon 2 of trnfi presence end BE AT MARINELAND ium for It. While
availability which. gave him powerto against thla green fruit at the price some gift STUART MARINE SERVICE
of the and I box shippers highjack; lira con-
beginning
heal' the sick and raise the dead. season fl
Pe many|its | lie brought mankind and demoruttated The Arthur Lake Productions, still think It would be a good sumer, most of them, are giving ,
In his own. life the true Inc. location Crew of Hollywood, Idea. value received and those who do Phone 33 / Stuart ffl Box:
of In t od' linage and Calif. has arrived: in Martneland Since the Florida citrus Industry are building a worthwhile repeat 96"f
view man I
of 1|i is tin i cgl i ion I likeneu. The only man he recog- to complete sequences on a movie Is either too dumb or too business that Insures them a f
now In production and entitled, .....
niied ai the genuine one was selfish to play square with the I
72-M I God Idea, the original and immortal "Sixteen Fathoms I>eep." consumer, the worm at last has i
Telephone Post Office Arcade
| The film to ABSTRACTS ESC >WS R ITLE3 ;
manifestation of Mind company plans turned. National buyers, fed up,
J( en Bea I = Life, Love lie L = thanks to God for file perfect Stud i lot for authentic background decided finally to take action ABSTRACT &/TITLE INSURANCE CO.i J
iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiitiiiiiFuiiMiiiiiwiiiiiiiHiit iiiiiuiirf works, unchanged and unchangeable material! In this story by themselves. Why they haven
I iiiiiini I throughout eternity and repudiated Max Trail on the sponge fishing done so before this Is hard to 10 Victory Arcade I:
the Hale outturn. limited Industry Directed by Irving understand. Stuart Florida
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and restricted view of man Allen, the movie stars Arthur Anyhow, the Kroger grocerychain r r I
: enchained by I false mortal con- Lake, Lon Chancy, Tania Chandler with QUESTION i
an organization
whey ,I sjt... fy Joe Marsh : ScioUUIMK.tven has Lloyd Bridges, John Qualen, thousands of retail outlets Can' anything not revealed\>y an Abstract of the P/fChc Records Affect Till
: though the world been Dickie Moore, Eric Feldary, John throughout the Midwest, an- to your land? -t
long In grasping and appropriating Bllder Ian MacDonald
Harry nounced recently that It was
: the mighty truth he taught, ANSWERt f
\\I Cheslre and Grant Means and
through buying Junk would
Hoskins the opposing have so-called nut succeeded forces of In Prior to their trip here the purchase no more Florida citrus unfortunately, many dtlacts which I /public records will not disclose, 3 I'I'm.y ;
wholly materiality. obscuring the revelation of crew of SS actors and technicians fruit that did not meet the USDA adversely affect your Itlo. NO ABSTRACT OF TITLE WILL SHOW
Sn ted at Cats! I, the Christ which he brought were on location In Rainbow Grade A standard THESE DEFECTS
I Springs and Blue Springs, Fla. Ever since this announcement fl
Nothing baa diminished the aignlllcance .
.. .
BE TIT IN
St4FE ANCE PROTECTS !
I of hit marvelous demonstration One of the opening sequences In Florida growers and shippers
Ha HaddM eeuUiit nndentandkv r. Myself I enjoy a moderate over death, nor will men's the movie Is a fight between the who have condemned green fruit
ake get, i It of sneezing every. Ian of .beer or two with friend I universal, ultimate awakening 10 sponge diver and a shark This shipments on one hand and IndUlged ,.
Ise Harp the eat came la the but It s ,p to them whafbev- m.n' primal and eternal perfection scene will be filmed In the circular In the practice on the I
wan Finally Igured (he'd have tort ao they choose. 1 I be forever delated When he oceanarlum If possible. other have been screaming their Can Now Buy '1
rid raised Lsiarut front the dead Arthur Lake, head of the company heads off.
tf t
Harps altogether 'rom where I alt,Important : Jesus said (John IMI: >, -Father, and portrayer of DagwoodIn But It looks like they are goingto t
NETIAN
Then Doe HollUter explained t g is not to let our social i 'thank Hire that thou bawl l heard the Blondle & Dagwood" series have to accept it whether they BLINDSN +
he had an "allergy." Cats fur..1 glen result la antisocial I me" Before the people standing Is expected to Join the group like It or not, for following the
>ode tin Seem like strawberries ta 0'i. tet's not criticise the i by had witnessed this unparalleled here Kroger lead other big chain CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS j.
death he
. .
demonstration over gave
:re some folks rash. E* gave herj foil** who likes beer If we liken I buyers have adopted the same ,
be already
be knew to -
thanks for what our w Q.-Illy CUSTOM BUILT Our Seemed Qn.lllr ,
inoculation so she and harp: cidcl A little Inoculation of toler. established In Mind the STATE REVENUE policy, and this week the Wlnn- + ASO TO PIT P O GO. \
wW live sneeselesaly together. r Sees .n help ui lire-anil-let-live deathless life of man as Gods STARTS DECLINE Lovett chain announced that It tl YENE AN nurnos YOUR WINDOW VENETIAN 1LINDS 1
I he said"... was through with fruit unfit to Ii
I new a lot .f us lave "alter' happta.together reflection Then .nrua. :
lit*la the social......some OIL, come forth,". and .Lazarus came Jacksonville,'OP)-The state of eat and would buy only Grade A CALL 225 r
(1# ... forth from the lomb restored to. Florida Is In a sound solvent financial oranges, until such time as all ,ET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES __
1ran't stand ...
ivies, rid'(
or J Jcmliau. c90e -itAUi : '
i ( fruit from the State was edible.
life condition at present but A I11EAS KE YOLK WINDOWS AND TELL' YOU JISTST
Other folks don't |o ftCopy what Jesus knew of
It was Other large chains like A & P
t. Its has decline ,
started to
revenue 1IOW IT IS TO OWN QUALITY TRASO BUNDS
I God and man that healed the sick Food Stores, will undoubtedly
and raised the dcsd What he State Treasurer J, Edwin follow the same policy and It Y u Can Purchase Direct From FactoryMANUFACTURING ,[
i,1917,Vi dSt.esBrew wlFoaedaties knew, we Never in the history of the Thar U touch/( ueraft claimed nothing for himself slone that ever happened to the Flor a ivory a'A 11I1. a .1 0..... Av-.
11111111111I111111I11I111111I1111I1111I1Invite IIIIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiniiJs He said (John 17.24)). "lather. I state has the treasury had such ida citrus Industry Cu.'tom,built \fi etyma n's derotlam 1111.4,, a Our n me U. L lAealPrae a '.
will that they also, whom. thou a large amount of surplus funds ample, provide an enenmp-nbtn ,rreea FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
humble I have Men
9 be with where 1amt he told a civic club meeting, In my way Th.r eke YOUR roes'. I
hail given me. roe telling the truth about Florida (willb viaI'IION 22S r o BOX m
Friends ) that they may behold my pointing out that the state now f
Yiur
fruit since I first came to the fI
forth which tome (before me: has approximately J71000 on
the hand, one million more than
I
foundation of the world last year. ,
( To On page Ml of the Christian During the past fiscal year receipts '
Science textbook "Science and have'exceeded expenditures 'J
Health with. Key lo the Scriptures by 15000000. he said.
,* Mary Baker Eddy writes) State revenue for October reflected -' Enjoy JfjffSpecial '1
over a single sin; we
For victory
Restaurant the declining
Sailsportf give thanks and magnify the Lordof present 1
Iloits. What shall we say of trend, Larson stated, In anticipation P 1f
of this decrease. the State ,n
slnt
the mighty conquest over all f
.U. S. NO. 1 &T FRAZIER&REEK A louder song, sweeter than has Budget Commission has asked m ;
ever before reached high heaven each board to set aside a five to
now' rises clearer and nearer to 10 percent reserve
For the great heart of Christ; for the During the next biennIum the
accuser. ls not there, and Lovesends state will have a slight surplus I
A GOODiiOME-COpKED forth her primal and everlasting the reserve- fund Is held Intact,
strain" TA, Christie, ) but will suffer a deficit U, all .s
Cofeiwe tl<,">:or. the fund Is released, Larson predIcted [

TURKEY.DINNER \

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TOP BUILDING MATERIAL
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MARKET IS ASSURED r I

TAMPA N 26.
.r Ida t population Increase of 21.8 y
per cent during the war years .
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ILORIDA sox r PHONc 24N assures a healthy building material -,
SPECIAL TO KEYALLTWETRIMMINiS oa Hn. for several years ahead,
AS & TILE America according report.; to a TUe Council of Family Style-Help Your AM e Your Own Turkey I :

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Sale The States current populationof

'1 Some OWra At Low At more than 2,310.000, estimated FULL CO E DINNER -
tor Cents by the Bureau of Census'Is 1/ INC DING
BEN GOfflDARD, Prop about 41}.000 over the 1940 fig.

IllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiViiiiiitiiiimiiiiiiiillll..n......................... ......................mn. IIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIR are. This gain has combinedwith WINES COCKT S AND DESSERTS 1
to
the home building rush
aa aa aa aa aaOiBs aa aa aal aHilaasiaaBH>s aaflHia>HaaMaVB-B"JVIIBIIV1 create a record market for tile AH You Car/t* e No Waiting

West I ITHI aim Biach Di /a tort and other, the quality report building discloses materials P CE $3.00 '

Value of tile Installations In the -
RESERVATIONS NECE ARY F INDIVIDUALS AND PARTIES
WE P PALM BEACH state Is expected to reach a rec-
IN
E FIRMS WHEN APPRE \TE YOUR PATRONAGE ord high of nearly $.,300.000 this d C i56-R, NSEN BEACH

year. Dinner Serv Promptly t 12i30 Noon and 6 P. M.
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eaa Noting sae Soong- National Airlines service for a
BADCOCH S ROOFI CO. Panama City has moved a long We Will' enthuse T eve Our Re( tar Menu All Day Thanksgiving Day f
step Dearer with the advertising '
(12 Clematis NLATINtiTnLATOw and buildings to be com-
Furniture ndj 0" WATw and pleted by next March I, It was 75
House Funushiq snacsr TY announced by NAL Officials.D'4n"t'Aeti $1



DANCING TILL 2 M. 7-PIECE ORCHESTRA


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WILEY MOTOR COO Starting Sunday Dec. 14th We Wil| Serve Mixed Drinks and Liquor

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I I I f l FOR THESE BLESSINCS-1947 Br COLLIER REAL PROGRESS n jaoajwu.il i 1OJULJHorticultarally ::'oll _

lilt 1 (:: :: II01e; :? tuart ) ctU Stuart is growing.

Il Word last week that the determined efforts of prog Speaki

; I Y '' Published Thursday at ress-minded eittze** have resulted at last in tentative acceptance OOaHOt: =:::::=:.o : : :
r' every :
I f\ ,[I 1 Stuart, Martin County Florida by the State Road Department of the plan for Thi.. following afOclt toss presented at (It..
nnlUll
,I I I'' ;! s by Stuart Dally New, Inc* tI two new bridges across the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers, florid Start Horticultural Society at St. Petersburg "''c t

,d I. f ,' 'i'l j Florida sorponMOn.i to link central Marin County with the ocean beach is the Noor__,

i II i 9l") Entered u second-class mail biggest thing that has ever happened In Martin County. CONSUMER PACKAGING VEGETABLES
\
'I ;, matter at the post office at
Stuart, Florida under the Acts There will be no stopping this area if there is a wide, By R.! Ie: Showalter, Associate H.irucullurlrt. ,

a eo + direct and convenient system of bridges to the Ocean
.
I of March 8, 1879. p t CONTINUED fROM LAST( WEEK
I A FREE PRESS beach. Northern surveys show that the great rnajolrty The
i I 34 YEARS OF SERVICE physical properties of a particular film ,
: : Tio of the people who, !come; to Florida on vacations want ocean will or type 0/, ?,
i ; ': .\; .iI, 1 and tin A1urA Dull N.w. ... h.......' s qv bathing largely govern lit Me a* a paging material! ] n. ipso.
4'i J d t of lh< Vlturt TlMM, tk. tint _. wlikh, a packaged vegetable\ visible ha. been & _
"I n p, ":Ii'.' A FREE PEOPLE 1'\7.':\ .nd.doe"hod IM' .1:.:'YNNnr N AreY. "Ith ns: ,i Inclusion in the plans 0} a new draw bridge at Jensen the housewife used found Impu, Z I
past her
i @, ki r pi I a n ,hat l Yh""lk. .M*... _.."....04 001I' Bridge predicates that that span, too, will later be improved yam unset of sight, smell, and
..
outher
/ N. picking from
V.nfc S Kit 1 h Smart U.llr vegetable
., I'"' '.h J 1 en. f.iunJul. 1k'I...... r, ItU lu ,NY. with a ,loop road ocean drive giving this section open produce couirien. 1RS
), ,, I F ,ly Mlllh+ n,mt formerly, known .. u... vegetables are placed in an entirely closed paclaRe, the avI
Hwlk, HorM." Loo.l ... ..r.SUBSCRIPTION the maximum benefits from its undeveloped ocean front. wants at least uverappw
.
,t, .'ill'ii'0, .__.____ New business buildings are rising in Stuart as this inliorei partial of Visibility the Varying Agree. of( hancpu.R0
( properties various films
.,_. Some
.UWIN A. IIF.N'IINGF.R ( .nNl Ynr are
take real and others voy ckw
: tl+NI MT I+ LYINa A4..IaI. Y"am town prepares to on growth- are on others are slightly! cloudy or yellow, Some 11\
'11 '. j / __,____ _, (M drawing boards. tvpej (of, hlintusA'
when dry, but turn cloudy' or white
milky from
I, H" RATES New cottage camps are rising in the Jensen Beach contact slit Ykx,
1 111.11'/ 0.. Y... II," T.. y..... .... ......... ... .las the outside of the package or water vapor on the Inside,

)I :!Ii"f' "''Ii"" A--;;;;.+l:; ;-;:;;;:; cede- 4Mn.; ;;;-.Ii.;; ;,...,, Tho ..,..._r on' rMtrvM tk. rlikl areaThere's a healthy atmosphere of real growth.. The permeability of a film to the respiratory gaIl'S k ,.....
.1 i" l' Ii th ,,' nlrct, my .hN..uea ...I'I..nt.Ii ant determining the composition of the atmmphrrf! liwideiL"
1hr ANlrut"I Pwr ee urlurwlY' enlllWd u tM aN our r*twhlk J .tton W .D MWI ; which pili
,; .:. : _, .. In honlnfluenort the
1 "If 'war Is hell,* as Sherman once declared, It' is about age!( storage hfo and quality!} Ii damp
4 >> ; i 't3.iig 4( MEMBER OF 1'HE ASSOCIATED PRESS time for the world to get rid of,,its greed and hate or get able It should 'be.rripluuized that vegetable. in COBMUM' ", soft
-Ii. n. AoorlNed Pm. mrhlM. .I..IHI the nor of .11 th are still living u contrasted
f. i ", herl ,.u.. prlp. ,."In I.. t him ,""epew',lr N U wall N MN.11 AP MuLINtb.rr 410........ x; + ,.. and stay armed. to the teeth with every conceivable kindof to vegetables thai Lee! tw, I
f(; t I 1 f 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111111111IInlllllllll1111J i i sJ S t equipment." Levy County (}Fla) Journal. vested blanching such cooking metabolic, freezing, or drying. After the WgPllhle'i?!10
processes as respiration and
.': t ( I.f.j I.f.jI'" "One good thing about the housing shortage Is that tinue at a rale controlled by the environment TIll ideal(ramukiuB, ,a
i' !
.1:1': Worthy of Meditation folks pay their rent when it is due." The Miltoman Milton dition will slow ML
,, mlununnuuunluunnonmwmultlmliuuummunuluniuuummnlnnlAlt Del
1' causing death and subsequent rapid deterioration.. Very) hille m...
: \ y hI+f Fortunately or otherwise we live at a time when the oao -000O O=====Ogoc:::a0 will\ take place' !! In the fresh vegetable if it can be J.d,1 at Inrnmti

'; 10 t : average individual hat to know several times as much In H fust above, the freezing point. The loss of earbuhvdratH, + ', and _

". : :" : .)' order to keep) informed as he did only thirty or forty yean 1 Letters To The Editor by enzymatic action and oxidation will be reduced by low m

:i: ,\ UK<>. Being 'eilucaU'd today( requires;!( not only more than oJ:. LOGO: : -oGoC=aollloc=:::aoao and a low supply of oxygen In tin package' \' During mmnj, .,, :;
i.' iI I
\ J u superficial knowledge! of the arts and sciences,, but a lion the carbohydrates are united with Oxygen: and the end pradia
I i.'I '. }! 1'11"1' of inter-relationship such as in taught irt few !schools Lerial for preservation and ime. It is important that he CHARGES BIG TAX IIIU carbon dioxide and water. If the film is not prrmeahk i la tf*<]hi*.,

+ Finally, being "educated' today in terms of the larger learn of such material which the owner wishes to keep, Editor Stuart News: oxygen and release of carbon dioxide, the'avnil.iUe. ( osu gen will fc II
!
1 ,'t 1 1i: need. mean preparation for world Citizenship ; in short for all should be found and its location recorded. Of this I am in receipt of county'tax bills Jar property bought In Rio and pressure built up from excess carbon dioxide. The dies] toe( ,

If ; 1" tducatton for survival. material the library would like to obtain photostat of and notice that they are over 190 per cent higher than last ,ear'' cording to latpnius, would be one which maintained an 0XIgt'I.' a..

? ; : I -Norman Cousins. transcripts wherever possible bill*. ., cenlralkm of S to 5 percent within the palkage1\ ,", tri.>..
}, j.,''t t; 1IIIIIIIIIIIIImllllll illllll ,fllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllmlllllllllllllll iiii For this reason the library would be grateful! to be How was this tremendous boost In valuation In Rio accounted content drops below 3 percent anerobic.. "respiration opcurt us,illi'll tbtl,
t informed of any kjnd of Florida historical! material, especially for over a period of just one. year? dud Ion of alcohol and bad odors and tastes ,f
1 1. : ;; YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR This land ha lain dormant for I
old letters and diaries over twenty years- donl + AccOidlng to various authorities the films with the
I" know who paid taxes on a lot of It but I have a pretty good hunch seder"
Ii A i:1, JIIIIIIIIIIMItllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII meahflity to mplratory gases: are ethyl cclliiW' allulow! anMr.i..
i ,- iET US THANKS that much of It became delinquent. That means that the county niolstureproof cellophane and unplutlclzixl PIilm111'II(, \ V| ..
i j'i'$ Samuel\ W Traylor hall pone on to the happy hunting QjlVE had to sell for taxes.

11' inund. lie lived a \Zing and uKefulliCe in this world, andnloiif Gratitude to God for the miracle of life Is one"of the Last year I lnteresy a number of Northerners In buying In lure proof coating Is applied to evllnphane or a pUliowr' MiPliofilm .!,

f : 1., 1'I.; ( the journey hi mjuh thousands of friends, including redeeming attributes of the human race. Rio for the purpose of becoming permanent residenta;' I sold the gas permeability Is greatly reduced \\'hrn low pnnrtt

a : !' ; many remdontf ol..Stuart and :Martin Count who liked to On this Thanksgiving Day let each of us seize the op. about twenty lot In Rio to these people and they were very much films are used, the film manufacturers recommend punching& IU c
t ) W;.) I cull} him Sam and who fell companionable with him, portunlty to be grateful. enthused. the package for ventilation Spoilage losses! duet to anrriilnr, rest+

r vho they he was drtjwcd: ( up and ready for a party or riggedin There Is not one among us who does not haven thousand This year when they got their tax bill and found their taxes : have been< low in commercial. packaging( operation became! ll.pal p

Z I:.11.'I.. old. clothes and ready for a hunting trip or a boat ex things for which to be grateful-if for no more than raised over 150 per cent over the last year taxIn many cases aging macltlne often males an imperfect heat seal ur tlw' him i ajs;

,. } J ll.f'lion. Sam Traylor was the common man's idea of the the fact he lives in a world of ever-present opportunity even before they had set foot upon the premise, I,, wonder just torn during handling.
I e' poilVet. millionaire-the man with the money who was atilt for change what their reaction: was .MjI ture vapor transmission through the pal\-age gwnl

Iii 'J"r 1 a" common as an old :hoe with all his friends young and This in, indeed, a wonderful world, and we, its'citizens I I've been a booster for Martin County and still am but I think ammml of weight loss and Wilting of the. vegi.bible, GrU,, .*. nbl

... i, < Id. uch and pool black and white wherever they might can stop-if for but a day--to express our gratitudeto that It i Ia little thing like this that have a psychological effect very and non-moistaroproof cellophane' allow very rapid kiss of" nice..

tk In found the Creator that we are part and parcel of it. detrimental the promotion of the Interest of outsiders In a new In experiments' conducted In the Horticultural laliwutcTrii..".. at Cur

II! ,'k,11j I Sam Traylor lived a number of years in the Palm The green trees and the flowers, the air we breathe, community. yule during the past year, the average weight km (n if( tplnaek pang

t t 1 l W Beaches but he felt like spreading out 10 years, ago and the sparkling waters of the lakes and streams, the majesty The only reason for raising valuations Rio was because the in cellulose!! acetata" was 28" after 8 days at 45' F, 1 During> IV.
: i1: I came to Stuart and hud a lot of fun raising trees and flow- of- ocean and the glory of sun and cloud are ours to land suddenly\ came Into hand of owner*\who would actually pay time the loss 'In iwn-moutureproof! cellophane' wa 37" and Ii'

: l' Itt era He built an estate that in an beautiful as any to be admire and appreciate as the handiwork of God. Be the taxes so right away the county starts to gough them by jumping check package'of chreseclolh' the weight Ion Will 40% The! ....
fotind;]
ii 'i' in this locality Hit view over the St.; Lucie Inlet grateful that you can 'see them through the wonder of valuations 150 per cent: overnight. Even If thes valuations proof cellophane and Pliofilm packages lost only S and 3"' in mjkB

I 1. .Ii,, ,' was his grot pride and joy and his picnic, ground on the your eyesand the mystery of your brain. Be thankfulthat are Justified was not a very smart act to get in one boost what <.fore a film can be used! as a packaging'material\ cols!p
i island in the buy bilow hk house, where he entertained are should have been added .,, FWk'
t' you gradually over a twenty year span. penis must' be known The Vltafilin. Vmylile.. FolvrtlnleM. !
I' I r ;; I' hundreds of friends ut a time \irlhdayand\ similar parties Be thankful most of all for your opportunity to'' be The real molt will be the lowing down of the sale ol property and heat sealing vrlk>piane! films can be sealed by hand or mm...
1
I ,, "! t 1 ,I' was to Sum Traylor just part of the joy of living. The the finest sort of person-If you choose. The way Is always that was rapidly coming out of hibernation into the hand of machines adjusted to the temperature fur each film., : fell

fI i 1 ;.. ts. 'I ii: crowd" at his picnics included folks of high and low degree open to do creative work and to accomplish good tasks. people who will build homes on It and greatly Increase the tax acetate and ethyl cellulose\ proper films must! be sealed with sj "''"rw'

( men. and women that Sam liked to have around, liked No life is lung enough, no day has enough hours nor any duplicate for the county. It Would have been better In my opinion solvent Some their.. with doper
,a,1 q>" .It$ to talk to, liked to argue with and it was a great occasion prepacker are closing pail.ign
hour enough minutes for the human being who is Inter. to' have made this Increase'In two or three jump Instead of over scotch ,
A 4 $' then an invitation went out for one of the Traylor birth. ested! in creative work--whether it be planting trees and '150 per cent all at once tape instead of scaling! them ulti
day parties on the Island. Sometimes\ the weather was : The flexibility of most film i 18 controlled by the amount ty|
Ir flowers, making friends, building a house! raising, a fine Sincerely yours,
J. ) : raw sometime there were difficulties in the of plasticizer incorporated in the film. Without a pUtnm r
arranging family, or engaging in business which brings services and Fred 1(. Knapp, ,
'! details but at Sam Trnylor's birthday parties there was plastics are rigid and brittle Since Pliofilm is mule. form nuMnl l
j / good to others. Let us be grateful, all of us, for the op- 1435 Clarence Ave
U 1\, I also plenty to eat, drink and be merry with, and everybody principles of love for his fellows. Lakewood, O naturally very flexible except at low temperature,, stem s dentagent
l ''II I enjoyed the occasions is therefore film are being produced of" nn di
; c1 i Let us be grateful for the opportunity to love-instead necessary
ii 1, : ," ( I Sam 'Iraylor will be missed in this community He of hate. What a world this would be if we all had to composition for uses at specified tempor hlrl'l. The lent* tIftI(!!

f .. Z' !'5' took( lit very active part, in civic problems, because he was hate. Instead, anyone of us can at any moment drive Down The Street of any one film varies with the composition and thuLnes!) 11II .
) j not here more than/ half the year, but lie had a keen interest hate from his heart and ally himself with the eternal I I temperature at which it to used

t ''t' s,1, '1 I in what was going on and what was being accomplished principles of love for his fellows. The gauge or thklnew of a film has eomulwihle: ] ] H ,1''' and he wanted to inspire in this to -By MARY HARTMAN- -, tee*
people community Let us each be grateful that we are given the opportunity physical properties u well a* the area of """"
: 44 do things and to accomplish things for themselves He HOBBIES HAVE: OFTEN been mentioned in this column because main line '"'
; 'i'I I : -each of us-to steer our own Jlhlpsl guided by Intelligence types of moishireproof cellophane are ( P 11'
l i ,j furthered the construction! of the hast 4th 8t park, but he'I instead of instinct, Let us be grateful that we they are not only an outlet of pent-up human emotion but an .(XX)8') 0012 Md 0016 Inches tlifckness.Vhen tln-sf Iilmnff. *
R
: thought the city was hhort-sighted in not providing additional escape from the monotony which routine living can produce. To SAW aced
\
I'I', have consciences and wills/ of our own and can turn the ture-praufwl on addiUuoal lea thousandth of an Inch' Is _
\ : I fund! to really develop that area and make it the craft whichever way we so desire. become acquainted with an author like Ruby Leach Canon-who film. The area of one pound of .0008 In plain crlopboe' C '

'I 'f I" recreation<: : spot of the community Let us be grateful for the opportunity to build here in spent Wednesday of last week with us clubwomen I an inspira inches while the of the ,0009 in mowtiirepiwl)' fro ie
area
f'0"" : ( I' The Stuart News pays this tribute to Sam Traylor: Stuart and in all the other towns of Martin County finer tion. Her lif* U a striking result of a hobby which not only tilled duced scjuare Inches ,
to
: t): i jl' ah a builder as a man who set a hi/h example, who hated communities-in fact, let us realize that here we can build her life but contributed richly .to posterity. At an early age she The 21,000 square film tat per often pound' raised, In connccttnn'' 'ad P
of
J' U' 'tf'I': ;; four-fluKher, cither at the card table or in public life, and \"erllinest, just ,as each of us, if he tries, can be what became interested in the history of Florida Her research revealed question to cellophane will boa"
I'r r i r who took a prominent part in pushing, projects which he so wills such Valuable ,Information that the Miami, News elevated packaging The ,0009 Inch moistureproof c II s wf
11 ; : \t ',' would benefit the home trite of his adoption. ? Some years We have so much for whichto be thankful-every her from the position of society editor to that of columnist Today tine Jan 1, 1547( price of Sic per pound. In overwrappingze will bt tqd

I ; :" apo/( Sam Traylor 1 rave me a copy of his autobiography, the of us-tha( this newspaper could not list it all. Then she Is perhaps more widely known for that column of historical cardboard tray a 1600 sq in. piece of c cell'gfwne. ""'"
) } '; l I" "Out of the Southwest Texas Boy," and it is replete let us truly be thankful and take time this Thanksgiving facts than for her book, "Fabulous Florida," a history written for Thus. about 130 packages could be wrapped from one would' P l be .des'1

t' f' 11' with stones! of his amazing career from the non of a Texas Day to open our hearts in gratitude to the Creator of all- children measuring 11,000 sq). fathes: The cost per package

I i r It'' doctor who struck out on his l own, the successes simply! and openly, without guile, as a child, let us give A NOTEBOOK HOBBY fa eon uncommon than keeping .f exit' ;
I j : .t l he achieved in the engineering and mining fields which thanks. scrapbooks although Elbert Hubbard's Mropbook-which lived Other film manufacturer produce films that ate ddnnrb' J

{ .,, I lIt eventually brought him a.." considerable.m measure pmm of-- _fame..n,. _.._ with the elaaalei .In a" eombinetloa.r ih..___ tae lieu ...... thicker. than those| mentioned l bliom. Pliofilm li produced "7 J
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E happiness and wealth. : WE NEED 1,000 A WEEK Semis of literature which are accumulated by a pence who stretched or tensillzed form;;:;;;at 20 gauge (.00020 hs.J Tnt un'"

t Good luck, Sam, and we'll be seeing! you II I wbhe U Incorporate choke kit la a eollwtkm( their .wn .0018,in. thickness" )ha*.auffictont rigidity for use in *in*" r"' ,
+ s Fin-pointing the widespread need for more Fishing cannot \ selluhise acetate,"Iny''*
properly be ealled "scraps. The word! Is really bugs Transparent boxes are maoV from .-
+ I ; At the University of Florida has been established a Guides was a letter receive! by the Chamber of Com misnomer I \have not mentioned by own notebook system other plastics but the percentage plastWzer is lowered to p .

1' H P. K. Yon. e Library of Florida History.'under the direction merce this week for copies with which to stock Army \became It ha \been so completely neglected: la recent years greater rigidity! A gauge of.010 inch Is about the J'w'Vttt' limiloltiI)

{ of Julien C. Yonge. Mr. Yonj( this week wrote me libraries in the Canal Zone. However, It'l.I a topical, arrangement In a 6 x: Inch looae-leaf ness if the box Is I required! to'withstand any apprecial prrawe'IotI'

S I '1 thi letter, which is of interest to all readers of The Stuart Few, indeed, are the "publicity booklets" which meet leather ..v.,. One series. ef topic Is "Special Day t under reinforcements are used to Join the corners of one type' ol tr"J"b.1
i i News such a reception as this area's free booklet on sport fish which I II the erifln and. Ustory ef such celebration Under of growth in coma ? ."jivegetables

i : Dl.'u.Mr.. Wenninger, ing-and this request reveals a way to get l I4>th Army and some are numerous poem and prayers-and even *ons.. prevention I 18 of the micnmrganlsm first essential in maintaining q"-."". '!
We thank you for sending this library The Stuart Navy men interested in retiring to Martin County while written for the special occasion one. result from the growth::;
color and texture
i News regularly. The file is being carefully preserved they are still in the services THANKSGIVING LENDS TO PRATERS: ,, doe Christmas and- change in taste, have prod
manufacturers
i and will be handed down to those who come This community could well use 1,000 Fishing Guidesa Mother, Day. And prayer In tome form date back to earnest t types of Wterla' and mold Film Inoorporr'-1' 'In (thebJ It'
,1 No week-52,000 a year-to tell its message to the world. with vir0u4! bactericides and fungicide ( c &I
after us _where else than in The News Is there a man James Hilton' 'LeV.* Olv Thanks" I Ia one of my favorite and I
continuous record of what is happening in Stuart and Let's make that an objective for 1948. and especially timely for today "For Love That otter of these; compounds produce bad odor or tales the flba "" 1
escape WT/OP.-
4 Martin County and the file will be of real service to from the unquiet world into the universe. of private happiness be usOO. The growth .f microorganism on of the pJJIeplaaftelzer (
I t future researches ai well as useful now. CHARGES MILK; PRICE GOUGE "For the freemasonry of reasonable men amidst extremist* controlled by using tricresyl phosphate Instead

I am enclosing! a brief account of the establishment Editor: Stuart News< : and yet For the unreasonable courage of man,'whlch: would destroy dioctyl phthalate. '
and growth of our library. We should be grateful the earth for In our laboratory' prep cksging 1riohu the year wig __,;
I realise that these letters to your open letter column do little a new thrill or a fragment of new knowledge rau'I\ ,|(
if you can pass along to the readers of The Stuart good unless enough people can be Interested In writing letter along and which may end by destroying himself,unless It Is controlled. and spinach the most outstanding package were lilm. "i
News word two abou the and what wisdom 3 rrlo-xenyl borate Incorporated in the .T Is'd,tfl p
I a or library we the lame line to cause those with some authority to take the by percent artet12 dr
} f I + are trying to do It in important to bring together 'necessary steps to alleviate the present condition being Imposed For youth that make u* desire things, and for age that elves spinach In.this film were still in good condilfcm if tha Pada. p!t tIn
n I I Florida historical matl'rlallor safe keeping and for upon the ordinary working clas of people contentment" without them. ..* coot Union, K should be emphasized that '- ,J,

use, but it is equally important to locate what has survived 'One condition I have In mind I II the percent price of milk that "For the freedom that growing older gives us from the puzzles fresh vegetable in couumer sized units h to be a succw."".L..IiI''''

and which the owner wishes to keep.' ha been Imposed upon us. Thirty-two cent a quart for milk in and problems of youth, so that we have more big thing to' care amount of research: is still necessary on all the plies lit pal_
f l 1 We hope someday you may be coming' this way Martin County make this county take the top, of. the list for the about! and fewer little thing to worry about. the time the vegetable are grown In the field until thty ,

and will stop,in to see what we are trying to do to preserve State of Florida The milk commission'granted a two-cent raise In Tor Health, If we have It; and If not, for the chance of health, the consumer. '

i the history of our State. the price of milk but some merchants in Stuart have added another and if not that, for the hope of health; and If not that, then for

Sincerely, cent making It a three-cent raise No notice wu given the publicby the power of medicine: and surgery: to relieve ultimate suffering or avoid evil\ to fear of punishment; and for the f EjJJt*

'tII .(Signed!.-- Julien C. Yonge. the milk dealers that the price was going Into' effect.. They "For the gift of sleep that come unsalted; and for the first Ions of people all over the world-teachel'l: ,poachers. :,n*

Just handed yon the milk and laid pay or else. Martin County I 11 ebb. of the tide or physical pain. who prove their lives thai greed; for gala II not tilt ,
q The P. K. Yonget Library I Is the collection of Floridiana getting plenty of publicity and It Isnt all favorable For'pleasure* of an Und-p-waklng to sunshine, the smell of Incentive to food work. toll

brought together during the last 40 years by Phillip Keyes CHARLES CHRISTOPHER Stuart farmland, string quartette, the whack of the,Dog'i tall on the "For the unflswaing mirth of the poor. For -ooj mss

Yonge and his son, Julien C. Yonge, of Pensacola This carpet. which are pot taut an better than bad Inlen...

collection, the most comprehensive and valuable in the TRAPS 'Tor the ease with which a. healthy memory, remember good great an which r Atyorpolni of meaning In the .
State. comprising rare books, manuscripts! and forget evil. .
maps newspaper First Golfer, -Tlie traps on this course are very annoying Dell of event U1ftI1DIII
files of the last century, documents and other records aren't they "For the second law of theme-dynamics and the quantum Tor the curiosity of eh1IcIi-en..aneS for the tal '

alt relating to Florida was generously presented to Second Same-They sure. are. Would you mind clot- theory and relativity and an the new mathematics whlchbae tnimaIs. sons'!

the university 'by Yonge as a memorial to his father, who Ing yours?-Oil ,Weekly, banished the doom of predestination by sugieitlng that though "Tot.the glory of knowing oneself, neeewq.Is
for two decades was chairman of the Board of Controlfor tome thing are very probable Indeed Is '
,
nothing .
absolutely !Inevitable ... ..., to 11III'1 ear& till
that
the institutions of higher learning in Florida. All good activities which encourage people to learn tomorrow. ""For the twilight Of tae wise, which II brighter
In addition to the considerable amount of how to live with one another and to "For the who la honest -
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very material pleasantly develop a man even when he know I.It' not,the day of t the btlnd."Tor .
that has already been accumulated in this library, sense of humor improve living.: heel Doilcy. the powerteeoseu of .CtiOI to control hoed\ .. 0PAGE ,>

Yonge hopes to bring together more Florida historical rna- ,, LeoaanI GesRR1,1lMi. Tor the man who does not do good in hone of. 'future Wsa. .te. vb/re vDi the tps. MB ofar leanr '
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THE STUART NEWS, STUART. MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY NOT 17, M47 PAGE NINt

Crete has been successively oc World War condition reduced
cupied and controlled by the It o- the mining of the Migratory wild fowl In or crest
gem stone In :
mans, ByzantliMK, Saracen, Venetians 'I United Slates H> sharply that only I I 1'See Where. .1.1A ing the United States annually ANKLET! 11 P410n es, I.dtLADIES'
Miwl., I.%
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Turki Creeks mid Cermans > bnyt $40,0Q() orth were producedIn ; reached an estimated low of 27,- was.
and how It again controlled i J\J45.\ ; W. H. (Bill) Mitchell)
I 000,000 in 1934 and Increased to HOSL..4 orig. to St. Y..
I S.1w1 I due Cued ...ww.lw..
lot more new facet on the ; more tluin l 123,000,000( in 1944, rue..y w t.11-.w. ..r.W "am 5
streets these dayio SM. F.it e..d.e.eM .
but declined to 80,000,000( in 1946.

Highest Cash Fof Your CarWON'T A certain'Individual-o a little In 111I11I11I11I111111111111I11I1111I1111I11I1111I1Refresh ..Iw.. Iuw I.d-.t. ..IrNN
e..rl..l.
17. A-% IMEN' 1
hit cups, who has lived her fora Yourself DRESaf pJ e1. ass..dww .,
TAKE FIVt MINUTESWe number of winter seasons, remarked P/w./ wr I-8 _t .I-olie t
tees A..rwd s wH.d
on hit return from the WhenOuOur Way
can pay you the O. P. A. I II. llnit for your cat which north; New cl'088ln.late.' Why ,r .n light ..tree. rlwe '

it at much ayou canST..Y''ITHIN rft anywhere and I[ am the one responsible for out. .roe wN.
EARL'SSODA
THE LAW the gate You know I was killed CODs r rr..l PeS / II I II I
at the lat street crossing tev. I

SUNRISE M TOR CO. eral years ago.0-0 r SHOP her lei

Sout Dixie Our VeU' football team hat In anP
established a reputation. being FOUNTAIN DRINKS
Fort Pierpe/'la.| Telephone 190 almost unbeatable, up and down SANDWICHES & COFFEE :O it sea. A 141I'SKnoxvi !!I

the; East Coast At a result, they INDIANTOWN, FLA.IIIIIIIIMIIIIIIHIMIIUIIIIIllllllllllllllll. I. TENNES x !i

art experiencing difficulty In !!!!"' "' "' :.1

booking games.o-o g===olCloT===2ollo cno: c::::::=1m7 in 'tl,

|"JOE" If you don't&. believe there It I !
e'iiIm'D Late ovations In
building activity In Stuart, 'Just 'U
visit the business section In the

OSLEY vicinity of the Post Office arcade .... '
-- -- -- -- LUB/UCATION/ u'
the Citizens Bank addi-
k&> PLUMBING tion and the new Dehon buildingare President Truman has been selected by the FashIon Athletic 'Clicl)* on battleship Missouri; cap and TF co

under construction there. (Foundation of America to top its list of-the gown in academic procession at Princeton, forma! Havefour Car Thoroughly I
JOBBING The Arcade building under the 10 best dressed men of 1947: lie'was chosen as top hat worn at recent function; a gray felt hat.

PROMPT, EFF1CI NT SERVICE CONTRACTING supervision It of Mr. Llpplncot face-lift, the the best dressed statesman" "br his choice of hats" Bottom, lift to right sun helmet worn in Florida 0 Lubricated !
owner
undergoing a Ken of the various of Panama hat the Missouri .. Wit Modern Lubrication '
WORK Cl RANTEED ing 'Job are some examples types( ; yachting cap worn on Our
RAINS BLDC o-o headgear l worn by the President. Top, left to during recent trip to South America, a Navy cap Methods.
PHONE311 (
This is right; white cap he wore as, couch of "Truman he wore before "King Ncpture" on same voyage. g
our Thanksgiving pay Expert
AI ndant Duty
on
r ro
edition. So dont forget to be I
Texaco Products V': Marfak Lubrication
thankful. Your health It town U of to 'j /
; important plean a thing Joy o
to you, If to no one else: Its citizens, and a pleasure to Small Town Newspaper Is Best fir tone Tires

Bath Rodm Tile Asphalt Tile so take care of your body and the passers by who tee It and o COLEMAN'S HRESTONE SERVICE I]
live longer. remember It. They tell their .
Alto Supply! of Belgian 'tie in various colors I o-o 'friends about It. Sometimes these For Results from AdvertisingAdvertisers n 229 Old Dixie hwa,., Across R. R. Track O ,

who work and buy property and' makeIt -
INSfALLATIOfTile 1 and SALES one dodges &:: 00000: 1CI0=01Cl0I:=:- j jW
their, for whom small r
0-0 COUNTY REIMBURSED
Balhi Drainl irds a Porches of home.o II'
I iTileINSTRUCTION Dont forget.Advertising helps -o town distribution It Important $364 FOR LUNCHROOMS '
Quarr Courtesy may take a little of cannot afford to overlook "the I'
to meet its expenses
every newspaper
FORT PIERCE TILE AI CO. time, but In the long run wonderful
your attributes favoring
and If Intelligently\ used Tallahassee, Nov 28. The Are Ylu a Potential or ChroryqALOJIOLIC
It save more time. the
may you seemingly unimportant
HOWLETT HELPS EVERY ADVERTISERTO Martin County Board of Public
INCREASE HIS BUSINESS. 0-+o newspaperNewman F McEvoy, Instruction will receive $364.21this \
Do you know that business In media director of the Newell- ? :
week In Federal funds
0-0Lets as reimbursement
P., 0. Box 1181 a {Phone 787 118 N. 18lh St., Fort Fierce Stuart has been augmented by Emmett advertising agency, told
for school lunch
get those bridges to the the personnel of the Southern advertisers attending the con- .. .
room tood expenditures The
ocean before we start another Bell Telephone and Telegraph vention of the Association of On"" knees 1.e "ITS CROSS WSPITAU .
check represents payment for .
project Co, who are working on the new National Advertisers.Comparing A
o-o Expenses Incurred In tour county L M b @b* r *oft Kd Y MrM a.AuMtr In
IENY(! NEED cable line. Every morning at 7 costs of metropolitan schools. l Baal
Nell Bishop and John Mannare
of their service trucks
a caravan newspapers and small-town
sporting new can.o State School Supt. Colin English L V.. r. I. Ld.T r d.1Me. 406"" 10.0 saws.-
move out of Stuart like a. well- newspapers, Mr. McEvy, who Is said a total of $18.69016 wil l by New ... .dw.d 1we Mr of NO dM... 11 11L ;
-o
LUMORjj BER organized parade. president of the Media Men'sAssociation =
Stuart and be sent this week to 28 counties, 1 CROSS 1wseRA .. ar .e. mace. prdw i
of
Every citizen 0-0 of New York, laid: w.ow. tsft s..WH/ t.. In 60 .w t..V la de/wwt..
NY Martin County can help Stuart There are tome people who "In the newspaper field It follows tM .-.w'rdkl.-.
and Martin. County' along by like 'jokes when they are on that the publisher who has tains fewer (and usually smaller e N r that a s ear even as
buying at home This not only the other fellow, the large package of circulationto ) advertisements, therefore, I II
'
BUILDING MATERIAL keeps money In circulation here 0-0 sell Is faced with relativelylow each advertisement has less com a. Ya J.it pw.N M. iwwaiTi eiou Movrru to to dl..
but It enables businessmen to What about that school patrol, costs and conversely the petition than In the newspaper d -e.r ..- ..r nsa

keep local people employed. I that public swimming/ pool and small circulation publisher will which contains a large number a hew ti-9 eon ell Y .....Y.d ewe rya re tendy to I,.. :
CALL ( I SEE advertisement r n tw r..w..w. se ...4 Ilene,
0--0 I the new tennis courts In the have higher mllllne rates. Cer- of large t.r. I
? 0. LN ewer .-g" r..sM,, a.4aabwLatra
An honest man, after review- park tainly we 'can have no quarrel .wbe-w etbw .Iyr "Mir b.o.1w.
Ing his own life, will be Inclinedto o-O with the economies Inherent In I
let chart Its own course The new home of Mr. and L N
East dpasi Lumber youth : blg-clty newspapers but the figures of --W 41:1ba
o-o I Mrs. Henry Cabre In Casa Terrace on mllllne rates warrant

Remember there are only 23 Is nearing completion and close Inspection. Apparently the estau RsT1TkIS h ..dY.... IrY.awe wN La+.r pe at oats o.rw dace
shopping days till Christmas. I the Cobras are planning to hold I very smallest papers are several
open house soon, times than the 1a weer d .... R.w ,.
& SVpdly- Co. o-o more expensive w -n sad a.1..t Is .arse e.r
.
Don't forget toga to the pollson o--o I metropolitan dailies", On the rm.wr.WHITE
December 9. and vote. Captain Stavlnoga of Lot Angeles other hand the newspaper which
coots H09RAL
r .grad weM 1"d w
r Florida o-o Calif, hat taken over the writes In personal! vein about t $0.0-W d row -N .sal, a. t b ..PpM.w.lww
, Phone 22 P. Box 5 Stuart, management The St. Lucie i Mrs er d..lA/w w L. ..wall. e.r tale
affairs of Mrs Jones
Many a barber chuckles whenhe the commands -O H... M Le w.1w t Md..wA
that River Co. Major Basso the owner remarkable of ab sale ..a a ,
remembers the howl I a degree = r- w K
will spend the winter In Nassau, .. Wrlw r .w.s leer IIN w Mn..d .e.
went attention from Its reader This
R arose when haircuts from O hW-1 -a" warn
.. fifteen cents to a quarter, I The St Lucie River Co. had 18 i attention can pay dividends to 'TRACT' M 4e.
o-o : Inboard-powered rental boats the advertiser and certain advertisers TAS4 AND TITLE
not only for fishing but for tlghtseetlng -I WY TIcATION3ascaows
. Do you know that Stuart has can use small-town
a tennis team and that It Is playIng i on the St Lucia and: newspapers almost in the sence TITLK: INSURANCIFL9RIDA \
matches away from home,'1 Indian Rivers. The rates have i of trade papers (because of the \ II- [ 3 ROSS
tb i but cant play at home becausewe been reduced considerably for high degree of attention they

don't have the court facu the coming season are apt to. command from dealers ABSTRACT CO
lties. ).

I 0-0 BOND SALES GIVEN "Studies of advertising read- II"p NKDY.STUART. 62 Cwtnl Ar..M, It. Prtinkwf V hells '1-0'1 .
d Every property owner hat an The U. 8. Savings bonds division ership in small-town newspa- IIJ.OIIIOA! JO r

e obligation to his community. A of the Treasury Department pers indicate a high degree of
town U clean town. A _.. ..lI
good a Interest in advertising. ThereIn
a reports 'II,831 worth of E:, F andO
d STUART ERVICES savings bonds were purchased tome Indication that the in advertising the '

e ** w AT' YOUR staVICI FOR In Martin County In October. Of metropolitan competition dallies tends to si I IN AND 'SEE

e A 6..r.1 R4dn P .rte M.t this total $3637 was Invested In reduce the effectiveness of the
.. SorY''" 4.. GnWlode.
W..hi..1" T... PWtlwa E bonds alone- The State total Individual advertising MarkWiseman
s 29 L.d.e-el.e o R.- for October was. (9,088.197 of hat written In hit The THE EXCITING NEW

I 'p KENNETH S MMELLr. which $3O 8.s30 was Invested In Anatomy* of Advertising'I :: \ I
If .L. 41-W % BOX 4M The small paper may make
ra E: bondt. In Intensive readership whatIt #i
AlEr ____ up
lacks In rate economySince BEpIlEBZEOME

ONE F E PARKING .<.. It contains fewer pages, each :
page hat an opportunity to gel
Right<< Down Town more of the reader time. It I
e FI UP WITH C LINE AND PARK AU DAY IF YOU LIKE of
contains a larger percentage
NCLAI LOU BRANCH- local newt, which Is usually Mad FREEZERS
itd 0-1.. M.'._.... w.... more Intensively than national
WEST PALM ,EACH LORIDA 011.. eFr.t i or International newt It con-
s
r
oily 0 givs r .'
Iddo tip out" bees. \1

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10dI Vegetable J) Packing House, 1

Its The true value of telephon service s much greater : -mad 01r.deer

than its cott. Many typWo onoerns cpead entirely,

upon the telephone ti/seou booin To them it is ATIA

indispensable jet/The co I. only [few dollar amonth. +,

If In fact taallhusin as, the Val i of telephone e al w.i..d
+
service b far greater than t e cost.ect .
t110I10 I TOWNI -
The tame It true with re > to the ev\ryday home

fay and soelal'use of the telepl ne.There arcVmet when I LARGER CAP*ITV AND LOWERi OST
PRICES START
i just one call alone coq be' irth the cost of\he service They're new + they're wotderful, i ; 95

for several months If yon ept aa account the tripe TO SERE BOTH THE I IrIANTOWN, AREA and they're h at our atop the AS LOW-AS,

I your telephone ayes yon month and ofche com.t ANtYALL OF MARTI COUNTY Deepfreeze b freesersd (Per Model AS net"0_) ,
t Brand th ugh and flit otlgh-wi
fort,protection and pleas a affords,you woVld find I i new Model CIO hewn above
all the newt ret you hare been wait

that the price you pay Is much rest than thvalue int for-Jutt wk at the, list above EASY TE'RMsl,

you receive., STOP INI ( E THEM TODATI .

The amount you are aiL 1] to pay,however,it wire* FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE WE HAVE i

more than 000040 repay o rating costs plus a ye CRATE MATERIALS AND INSECTICIDESSegree

eado on Investment sufficient to able the Telephone ol dollato
millions
pony to tecwe from Investors the :

of andexpanilor Prod-uce.Co. a '..
newnK>awy *edcd for improvement POST OFFICE
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)1 d,' 4,I I f The reduced cost of aluminum\\orlcl War inpiti!: 11, Rime after are heeded 40<> b by 'man hard.: Pulp! Paper Community Forests for FloridaCHARLES In Jensen BeachBy Vaught Castillo, Ruth Jennie McEltresh Jackson,, Hilda Margaret WI --
I : d: + I'I't'' !, ;, was dining I people age rouse! < I CHARLOTTE!: REIUERMr. Bounds, Helen Wlnowlski, BUYj
\ 1'1' i : from about ,20() to stunt 1) cents i iI" tiling of the )lent of the eve'pvent '''' wrecked
>>1 .. !I i pound. .. adjustment lor near ,,{,.iI"( .. G. CELTZ and Mr;. L. K.> Tobln are Dorothy' Smouse, Alice Hoke cars, scrap
I !1 Works Worth (Professor of Silviculture School of Forestry, University: of Florida) here from Iowa for another season Grace Alderman and MargaretHolt. copper and b-aw.
PART I. .
; lit'I ..S In COUTANT Eddie at Ward's Peckalls Camp.of Brooklyn SISC 's
I IL' f; $72,200,000. In presenting any subject Jt Is well to start with clear: cut definitions has arrived to spend the seasonat TRY AUTO ARTS
) of the terms. The term forest hat been described variouslyby '
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"f
I' i 'It', COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY his new home' on. Indian South Dixie
A Florida's pulp and paper Industry numerous authors. Webster's unabridged dlctional''llvea It as River Drtv Mrs. Peckalls will -Highway

Real Estate Photogra has developed into a $'72- (OF (F. forget) fr Ml. (Silva) forestls (woody)) lying outside Join, him In a few weeks. vuese.u tu For Pierce
) 200,000 operation since its Inception Ph 129
: ,", : In the early 1930s, the the hunting preserve. The 'forest Is a complex biological association Mr. ana Mrs Angy Margaratlsof .. j ne
Ji .1 Roll Films Developed research and Industrial division of trees and other plants, as well. as animal forma living together Chicago arrived last week to : -
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l.
I Ifll of the Florida State Chamber of In harmonious union. spend the.whiter at their ,home
I Commerce stated yesterday: in Community.Forests are forests which are owned and operated : -. ----
', ,1,::j Ii I PORTRAITS AN\AERIAL PHONOGRAPHY its weekly business review by tome form of local governmental unit Locally they may be here.Mr.
Ward and
I'' Krueger Bld,. \Box 263 Phone 324 Florida"Before the end of of the fear and I I known at village, town, city, municipal or county forest. There Mrs. .Ida and Zamldt Mrs. E.spent J. Nor U FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS
production pulp
boards,
( art forests owned and operated by city water commission or *
\ liner board will reach approximately 'by schools local associations or endownmentfrom and 12 in Miami combining CORSAGES ./ CUT
I I 150,000 tons. Some 130- or or by a foundation BOUQUET FLOWER
I' 000 tons of this total will be sold none Individual or family. In Europe churches and religious business\ and pleasure. e 1 FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS

Jf,; {"I"l; ,:: FUGATE and GREENLEES as factured pulp and Into the liner balance board by manu-mills I organizations Historical Development sometimes own t The foresta.I idea. of community forests Is not children Mr It and of with Mrs.Fort A.Mrs FrIedland Pierce Frledland'sbrotherInlaw spent and DOMtSTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS

in the State. At current prices new or novel. It had Its inception long ago. The Swiss developedthe Nov.
Jt k I'' Engineering, Surveying Blue Prints this volume of pulp and paper Idea to a high degree of perfection. The communal forests of and Mrs. Sophie and Fredricksen.sister Mr. SMIT 'S FLORAL L GIFT SHOP
:, rIJ;{ carries a value of $70,200000 Berne and Zurich, Switzerland stand out as classical example. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Momm of WE WIRE
,000,000 in FLOWERS
a ,'' I! '' An addition of U pulp The Germans followed la the pattern of the Swiss and developeda Washington N. J-, have arrivedto
)f" : ; Estimate* Submitted On Request and new paper operations will' be In produced the State by great number of community formats, and to a high degree of spend the winter at Seger Arcade Bld 5th St., Ft Piefe phone 31WCLINTONE

production. The Austrian, the Danes, "Norwegian and the stroms
II /Jll i\ :;, 303 E. 4th St. g Stuart. Fla. This bringing total the does total not to include 72.200,000.value Swedes had their counterpart and programs through the march Mr and Mrs. John Cufnaty: and

: added by, the manufacture of ,of the past several centuries Mr. and Mrs Ronald ,Cumsty of
I PHONI illDON'T the paper Into boxes a separateand I The Idea and the movement are not entirely new In this country Newfane. N. Y, have arrived to
> : valuable operation of a num- ,The town of Newlngton N. H., has owned a town forest which has i spend another season at Ocean WAX
I ber of the States mills.'An played an Important role In the life of the community: since 1710 Breeze Park.Mr. .
,, --- FOR TOUR CARITS SPRAYED ,
of 18,000 and Mrs R. B. Spinney ON.
annual
average
; The forest Is 110 In the two and\ a
only acres size, and during past .
I AOYiATISING persons are employed by Florida I who have been living in Sebastian Enters sill racks and ftrevices lasts longer
HANG quarter centuries it has furnished planks and timbers for the
In have moved back to their
s pulp industry, 4,000 the ,
mills proper and 14.000 In.woods bridges, lumber for the building and maintenance of the village home here. ULF P ODUCTS
",' ',\ I and transportation operations. school town hall church, library and the parsonage. The movement Jeanne Palmer entertained a TIRE RE \IRS. CfiLFLEX LUBRICATION
I ; "A fraction more than one- was Initiated there and has spread lowly, and now' has few of her friends at her home C i Call fpr and Deliver
:, J1" 'half of the pulpwood used by spnad to practically every state Prior to 1900 there had been Ferncrest, Sewtlls Point, Nov.
; t I II Florida mills Is cut from forests ; very few community forests outside of New England Between IS, celebrating her 9th Stuart Se vice Station
:t ; within the State and the balance 1910 and World War I, the movement continued. It had an up- birthday annl"rUnoVarloue
... 235 Old Dixie Hi-way brought In from nearby regions swing during the period of the Civilian Conservation Corps Program games and contests Opp. Stuart HVslALTE Tel 9144
from lesson learn- played and a beautifully
were
1 '..1 Stuart ed Profiting elsewhere, the State's pulp The latest has ben the inspired impetus given by post- decorated birthday cake, with G. REIN Prop.

I ;; ; ; j PHQNE 276 mills are outstanding In their war planning organizations dealing with memorials Ice cream and candy, was servedat
;' extensive reforestation and for- Value of the Community Forest: The people of any community the close of the afternoon. .+ + .
est management practices which proposing, sponsoring or attempting to present any program are Those attending I were Sally
; ;,. :.. insure a vital continuing supply always confronted with the que41on: What will we derive from Backus Marion Uptegrove Mary "We Sell the Bit" / "We Service the Red"
,j \ t ''of pulpwood." the State Chamber the program? It matters not whether it be a program of the PTA Ann Helller Ruth Ann Noyes
1 '; emphasized"' to provide milk and food for the underprivileged or playground and\ Roger Qulsenbury. STROI RG-CARLSON

r : I WAIT UNTIL Until JWK()() soup[ was not within equipment for the entire'" school. The same Is true of the programsof :Mrs. Adolph Hertel was hostess
hl'd; ,.i :" : itnth' of the average man tat governmental units relative to all civic Improvements for water, to her bridge club at Seymours
adio
Inn on Tuesday afternoon High Radios Phonographs
THE LAST MINUTE roux of Its high cost But in that! electricity, streets and sewers, or even land toning The program scores were made by Mrs. Hertel

I If'' :" I'1 I'1lli'lli'',' yeor (he cost came down when a concerning the community, forest would be no exception.Let and Mrs. Charles 0..,. Others
'
I ,t j'' : I Ircncli scientist, .discovered soda us renew briefly the possibilities of value which may, be playing were Mrs. Lewis Gamble
I 'It 7': ''i ( made. hum common suit, derived. The potential value may be listed as: 1. Revenue;' 2. Mrs. Minnie Klpp, Mrs R. S. BAI ,ETT BROS.
I I ., j{. and his research mule scalp avail- Employment; S. Demonetratdonj,4.! Recreation; t. Wlldllf;; .. Education Robertson, Miss Elizabeth Robertson *

\ I i uhln to I the. average\ man ; 7< Community welfare; and 8. Aesthetic values Mrs Betty Aldermanand OiceoU AT*. Phone J0
I ,,"'j'' The question of revenue depends upon the age and size of the Mrs} C. H. Alderman. p311 ]
I' timber on the area. Some community forests have a large revenus Mrs. Allen Kendall and daughter -
i ; producing value, particularly the old managed community forests Moureen, Mrs W. C. Johnson -
and Miss Angle Papsoderia
1 I of Europe. This should be one't t the primary alms and objectives
; spend Nov. 11, !in West Palm
1 : s of the overall plan In 'the timber producing areas of Florida and Beach. RE ENTIAL LOTS

f I''" I ( ( r fj"I ahould be a reality at a much earlier period than is possible where The Jensen Beach Legion Auxiliary WATERfiONT PRIVILEGESl5io
I I, V the climate' and soil Is not so favorable for early, rapid and great met Nov. 10 in Town Hall
J ; \ volume ('yields l Outside the commercial timber belt the majorincome to discuss the Christmas Joy $1 $200 A Lot ..a

I ''r'rJ, .j! !I i I Ieea may be derived from leases. for''mining rights; huntingprivileges Shop It was decided this :yearto You Can Buildjto luit Yourself No City Tsui. :

: ; :: or special use, send a substantial check Instead Street and Sicfiwalkt' In. Electricity Available.OrIK .
1' I The amount of employment depends on the size and condition of Individual gifts. At the
I '' \Of the forested area. There la a peed for a small permanent orlanlzatlon close of the meeting refreshments
,
served. Those
were present
I f", 1 to administer the area. From time to time then are
t'f t\\ were Betty Clara
special workloads and problems which call for the employmentof ..Alderman. UBIN
"I '\\'f ( ;..r I'I'j seasonal or temporary labor. The administration of the forest
j C AN HOIJSE FOR
HI'
: should be alert to the employment possibilities during periods of Vie Vet
lI't say
'I '
,/ ,,') New recession or depression. Community forest projects should be
C RISTMAS NOW !
I' 1' I e! studied and recommended for action in periods when. labor Is '"

Ir ; .Christma k a bright ousion children readily available at reasonable rates WREN YOU APPLY FOR A d LOAN Plrter
4 Jilt:: aurprised nd happy < er their new prcs- We'll g your worn; The area may serve u a demonstration' area in forest protection CETTHC ADVICS OF A LENDING
4 '
tutu, frien popping i and out all day .t. fatigued es a "secondwind" reforestation and management The forest may serve aa a AGENCY OH THE SOUNDNESS
If ." ; S' 'Have your rime brig too and ready t I make 'em working modal I If 1t Is of the proper size and age. It should be the $ 'OUR PLAN4.'a ,
1 :. for hoida, entertah riir, Send UH your ride like anew 1 Bring objective and aim ofievery community forest to serve as a demonstration Paint & ody Shop
; ,\ drapes, slit .oven at rug for ek'aoing in your old readbarestoday. area. This is true of the great European communal forest ,
f now 1 \ rIl r ow 'em ina *, as well as the older and well established community' forests
;
: II' '.. 4l 4/'I/ Let U eady ur Wardrobe 1I I jiff) of this country + I (OvS- A &IP, 2nd Floor)

: \; l I Y or the oliday.ORG'KEiTH. I onable ices The sociologist of today: is greatly concerned wtlh how to fully 1'1 vTL SPECi; ZiNG W UPHOLSTERING
I II
f : {'! S art Rec opportunity: to Inaugurate and Incorporate ft recreational : Custom- de Slip < were Sport Tops
,I' program. The community Is interested In the healthy growth
: iN I: Martin u Cleaners ServiceChason's and development of its youth.
II' ttI'J tr Here is an opportunity for community cooperation Daring IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlitttttt U/
111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Service Stat n
!" s 'j\\ 5t rtjhorida SO. FED. HIGHWAY U. S. i\ the milder periods of the year the great American public is Interested f ,
t PHONE 190 1 P. O. BOX 906 "MOM SIIS Stuart, ..... in picnicking swlnAnlng; hlklnghorseback riding and all
,I :; :, 'l ijl! kinds of sports. What better place could be found than the com- I Use Ourjlay-AwJl Plan and Do j
I ; munity forest? The recreational usj of the area set aside for
t i i 1'' picnics, sports, hiking and horseback riding can be enjoyed while I Your CB-ittmas Shopping Early.
I iI i '1' I II
the major role of timber production unhampered ?
:[ ) goes = i M
I I f' ::1 v 'The forest is a complex biological unit. Wildlife is an Integraland =

1 j''"'0'' I,, essential part of the forest population, The forest Is the home, I We Have A ibrge Select!*) of I

: 1", ,' '' y ,rjfr feeding and breeding ground; and is the natural habitat of the I WALTWM and BUtfiVA WATCHES ,i
l j"
birds and animals of The forest Is ,
V 1 1I game any rg\pn.\ community 1
"; ', ,;, the logical place to foster the preservation and restoration of ai. Ai] Mary Othelbift item [
,I ; wildlife. The streams and lakes are the home of fish It is desirable }
: to have a stream or laky if possible within the' confines 0 STORE Wit* BE OPEN I IWEDNEslY

of the community forest Phone 24M Box No. 277 AFTERNNS THRU DEC
The community forest may: serve u an educational laboratory. TIRO BEACH, FLORIDA

The young people In the schools rosy be introduced to the forestat All Kids
various stages of their educational careers. The elementary
w science teacher may: take her classes into the forest to acquaintthe Ceramic, MOSAIC Marble,
students with all the wonderful works of nature In the formof Quarry Asbhalt and
: rocks, reptiles, wild flbwen, shrubs and trees birds and animals. Rubf r
I f e4. The social science teacher may: wish to Use the forest as a study: Plastic and (Aluminum !
.. WALKER
I
s project as to the values derived. Wall Tile C.&E.: ,
Tile for sale Lnd installed
The boys and girls of the vocational classes may: use the forest
jJ ; as a basis of various projects, observations of sound principles and Floor San ing and

A Savings Account practices, and a study of relative, economic values, However for Finlfh ing I WJchmakers &|Jeweler
.a ,, the more practical aspects, it would perhaps be better to han a Rug Cleaning
separate "Schoolforest area" within the community forest SPARBRITH PRODUC'iSCdr DIAMOND WATCHES end 1m OF QOM

'GUA EES .. Community welfare is an intangible thing. There are, many SERVICE
;, problems of mutual and common interest which may be solved for Our only! resentttive in _'s Stuart's Tint (Enter
the community as a whole. The Idea behind all the civic pride i
and spirit is to build a community solidarity. This all goes to make Mart panty le

) ; Money // When you Need It the community a better place in' which to It.... The cotnmtnlty CEOR< EIh STUART, FLOBDA

s thus edrlves indirect values which are reflected In the content- Martin
ment of the people.In IIIIIIIIINIIIIIIINIIIIIIII IllnOnOSnnllllll unuNl9Ninnllmlt
c I Thrift Throijth the Years Builds SucWssful Lives and Successful every community there are groups of people clubs or associations
i Businesses, fief in the Habit of Putting A Little Something Away interested in beautification of the landscape Ben ls .
f Each Week In Your Savings Account.CITIZENS the opportunity for those artistically Inclined and wondering
where their interests fit Into the picture. The community forest Dependable Installation '

can contribute a lot to the scenic beauty'of,the area surrounding,
} the community. tad Quick Repair Servke+

Requirements for a Community For_" On Of the first questions
BANK OR STUART
to arise deals with the kind of land best adapted for the
establishment of the forest. Ther are BO set rules and a studyof
existing community forests present a varied pattern. I ALSO
Member: The Federal Reserve System, and'Federal Deposit; Insurance Corporation.The 'I 1 r
Th kind of land best adapted ls land which at present support Comp te stock of bathroom fixtures u I
a good growth of trees. Areas which ate now waste land would Comp) Line of Plumbing Supplies

e n..k.f Personal Service '?. arssrarr. present too complex a problem for the average community. Areas
now supporting; good stands Of Umber will soon product: menus SERVICE
and permit the development of the educational, recreational and VOLLKATH r PLUMBING
1 social Upsets A forest of young' growth Is the second best choice' STUART,
aad will! Dome to the menu producing stage at an early data: til N AVL. FttONEMs)



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CHtmCHlS Or cHIIIBT, SCIENTIST T H. that toil, tied It of'codI ,
-ANCIENT AND MODERN NNCRO.ANCY that tenth nil 14.s. Rat .a. God hu1,' be t
ALIA HUMiaiSM. AND ants tllil.I till Art Exhibit Entry Blank Florida F.E.C. To Operate 10 Trains 11-

YPNOTIaM, DENOUNCED": U Uu The ..........mM a.. t..I.u. the
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bjo l'of the.LM..e-sermon whloll will lri.fotl.wkg_ t.etbeob. "from.. ..Ik.. Christina Title of Exhibit...__.._._.....___'_" _,_,,,_"._".... .._____ ___."m '
.wAout.... Ie c'"u.h"the' w.Hd.r Sunday Ohrlot, .N........tI.le.,. with I., to tho .."(.?......M4. k.>1I.lIh HUT I CLASS: Oil_ .____.Water Mat_.__..___ PuUI_ _-. .. Ferris WheelBy Daily During Coming SeasonFlorida STUART

...., Ie, "Lot "at .... sakes IEdd". Ulvto.. Mind *.- Black and Kellel______.._ --
Thl .. WhiteBait Sculpt IINCI1tlJ
Npd monde nu .11... .bdb.... .ffi,.,,
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....Idol of IM. d..l..M. ....... eM ....,...........N. .......1100 II ..... rttafs Name .__... _.__ ___.._..___.._.__._...__. _.._..___".. HORTENSE K. WELLSIn East Coast Railway through streamliners' to Chicagoand

."'...................'oo....they._ wtlleh pnpbay.. (..l-.,.law" ... ev T..lh One Mali.4..llr pna"r. and Oh.dl.w. ..trMtb"line t. ,Address ___...__ _.._____..______._.___.. these days when the price winter service will consist of ten the Mid West will be continued 1 .

hi roo ,is my ...., I here .atM.'o. \ :$1441.-'- Sale Pete t_..______..__._...SUte U exhibit .Is not for sale.EXHIBITOR'S of everything from rent to ralsns dally trains in each direction, on approximately their
.."h10.. LonJ.nm1.! ..h ----
4 s+ CHURCHES Of CHRIST, SCIENTIST RECEIPT,. PRESENT WHEN CALLING FOR lson the up and up the fco L. Oliver, Passenger Traffic resent> schedules throughout
the attains. whl.h .....rI.. the winter Dally through alf'ePIng -
.Am-..._. .b tU fell.wing, from THANKSGIVING" I. Ul.
'kb. Bible' ell nMwM.1., ha....thgt.. fallow wh/eb/ was b, rood.WINKER that. Ch the MIM l..e.aeemw, of Chrl.t wklch. ..: throub.,1 b.. Md 4 CLASS................_...____. Exhibit Marker properly concerned about the this week. Eight of these trains Semlnole cars ," "Southland" and WeSpecialbl
II will be
the .14 M Th..k.....M !>.,. __ __ .. financial regularly Diesel-powered, "
The a.'.... 'Tent Ul "U ff....,t. tins TITLE _____ ? condition of the country and will carry through equip 'Dixie Limited, and from Kansas
.-J with .. and M .. nullhkk his same ARTlST__ ____.__.__ Sale price f_ ____.. One of the elements of ment, attractively linking the City to Miami via the "Kan-

wnthw"Among the 1W.Imo a1tet1M.1441. ... : CLASS .._......_.._ .____ .. --._For Catalog economics Is that If the budget East Coast of Florida with all sas City-Florida ,BpecinJ" will\ InRentals

1 1I .ho ............. 10 the lullawln'eampri.4. from '' TITLE .._ ._.._..._. _._....._.__________.. _. has been Juggled out of balance major cities of the East and Mid remain In service A sleeper be-

Ih.the .11th........."...aging, that.o lhma all the '"k.hi .into ARTIST.... ....... ....__ ._.... ____. Sale price $____.... and the outgo cannot be lower West. ween: St. Louis and ,the Florida
Ie ..I.. Awls' and ...... m.my now has urea ed then the Income must be up, First winter trains to be Inaugurated East Coast Is to begin operation
I with niih the .UN .t h.... December, lat,
M I .III CONDITIONSThe ped. 4
will be the Sunchas- lat
... .... -., the window. of or motion i
.. IH.YMI Martin Fin Arts Guild Inc shall not be In view of the pressing need I
d Dour not a bin./n/ .. that Ili- County rcspoulbleor I cr, -Florida Arrow and "DIx- Commerce
REDI MIXCONCRETE 0.11 not he. canna .u-.0 Ie ......, II" loss or damage n* matter bow the same May be caused, the of! aid to Europe, the outlook for ieland" which'' will alternate I, The Chamber : of. Real stag Insurance 'j,

t 1I.I.dol TM. '"_life/._/. to eke 1..1.400 511E'he responsibility. therefore, resting solely with owner; and this exhibit/ reduction la extremely slim; to every third day from Chicago Perry to Florida have Is road making constructed an effort .... iJO I
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following..posses ..fnwllk the C4i.tl.a Is submitted and received subject U this condition which fa hereby anticipate a cut in expenditurescalls on a fast one-nlght-out ached-
and Wakulla
Nef.ne babwh SMM.and. H..llh for more optimism than ule, leaving that point on their between Perry
Key to the .,rip,... accepted.
h. Mt'v TAYLORIdg
enable travelers
FORCING .B.k.r KM: ,, "lhrl.ll.'. nl REI! kiimtli and koootr. kldo. frw., the ? rl.-- r So It seems that the only way 3rd respectively They are scheduled from South and East to Phone 1MJ
Idg
TEEL _rld .but IIIWHVI.. l 00', reach this famous beauty spot I 'il\
,.ril,. affMtloa. ... ......iit Do not print same depart ; .STUART "
Phren. Peaatln ... with that In mind, we offer toCongress without having to go through
0 dee.luding not "1,01f.eat gale vrolnbn, 'hI' 10 per cent commission. charge and deducted froM all ..I... Ship.. a m., and arrive Jacksonville at Tallahassee n
car and
41he and of _.,...._ 4.4 ... the .a.perf.ec ly' dandy 11;45 the next mornlna- Over,
6k" ping charges .r delivery of exhibit are responsibility of the
C( NCRETE ......1' oil dean Infinite I hladnp. till Idea, one that ws" feel confident the Florida East Coast Railwaythe :
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BLOCKSSTEEL n...,. artist, will bring in greater returns' equipment will be handledon
Just i
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Fill In all spaces completely. Detach top receipt and mall or deliver than proposed new taxes and j, a train leaving Jacksonville SiCf 4 !

l Over twolliirds of the Ixxly remaining portion *f entry blank to E. F. lohnwlck Box C, will run a close second to Bar 12:15: noon arriving Stuart t:19: FOR A CHRISTMAS tIFT.

ALUMINUM weight_./ if1)Mirtun tidngi b watiTLOYAL Stuart, Eta, not later than Saturday November It.' urn and Bailey's famed attraolons. p.m., and'Miami 7;35 p.m. Buy A Be.utifjl PieJ ot 1"

t This Is for purpose of making catalog. The "Sunchaser" will carry GLAZED GARDEN 1
WIDOWS The huge gate receipts of baseball through Pullmans and observa- HpTTERY 1j j

ORDER, OF football racing and prizefights tion from Chicago and St. Louis; 1
MASONRY WHITE MOOSE Community Forests for FloridaContinued art proof positive that the 'Florida Arrow" Is to have CIT/LOCi [I
P( RTLAND STUA T LODGE IMO Americans will spend freely for through Pullman and observation PALM CABIN
MEETS I WEDNESDAYS, ( From PlTlrn) what, to Is good show I IleA from Chicago and Louisville
h. sad *H
Um''l: daw
CEMENT EACH MONTHWoodmani With t : : more or ; while the ""DixIeland" will Driving from SW rt, First firn Right '

Phone 7' a Fort Pierce I'I jlall Cut-over and abandoned farm lands art the next' choice, and II respectfully suggest that handle through Pullmans and After grossing Br r '

I Stuart, Eta.P available may be well worthwhile. The cost of the land may be Congress move its Hollywood Investigation observation from Chicago and G. F. BtAUVELT
seances to New York I Nashville All three trains' will
well worthwhile. The cost ot the land may be cheaper, but will Garden,
rent Madlaon Square provice a through de luxe coach i
r entail a larger cash outlay In development, and a longer period of charge a nominal admission fee between Chicago and Florida ;

ailing to produce revenue. Such. a property, however, will enlist and thereby -raise the nationalincome I East Coast points Beginning LIST your RJbma, Apartments and Rental ,)
to an extent sufficient to northbound December 3rd, 4th
the help of more people,and cement their Interest Homes with <
food for Europe and I
provide and 5th, the trains are Scheduled ,
The community forest should be a combination of some high make a substantial payment on to leave Miami 9;55 a.m., Stuart FULFOIifG D 'r rc .
r' itY the national debt In addition to 1:00 and will arrive Jacksonville '
; l grade; commercial forest, some cut-over lands satisfactorily for ; p.m. :
his admission fe there are a 5:15: p,m. Thy!! are due fJ Eatnf.
restocking with natural regeneration of the commercially de*
number of side lines that should Chicago at 635; the next mornIng AU : : a SELLING (ENTINGrNT
nimble species, and some abandoned farm land for work In re- >rovs good for a.sizeable take. PHOrniVTY MANAGE : .

orestatlon The trees are the forest crop; they germinate grow From every squealing movie fan,, Beginning December 12th from Write V.: O. Box N .4 f
man or woman, there should be New York and Washington, the '
from the seedling to the forest monarch and are harvested to collected one dime per squeal; "Vacationer" "Florida Special," 321 North Colorado j venue ,t

make room for succeeding generations of a new crop. from every new reporter using and a Washington section of the Phone 317

A study of existing community forest reveals that they vary such hackneyed phrases as" the "Florida Special" will be launched Stuart, Florida ,
beauteous Miss So-ano-So, the Added
winter
forthe
from around 100 acres to 5,000 acres. Some of the best and most Idol" and soon season .. -. f
"handsome movie to the Florida East Coast Railway -
uceettful vary from liDO to 1000 acres. In sots instances the ad nsus-aum the contribu 's present "Champion,"" Ml-

county forests are from '.000 to several hundred thousand acres tion should be at least two bits amlan" and "Havana Special" r
On the handling of Robert Tayl will make total of six fine A
this a
There are a number of factors which must be considered relating or's testimony the usually staid trains dally to and from New THE FACT I IS GENERAL ELECTRIC f111

I N / J ,(+t, 1 1v to the establishment of a community forest! such as: 1) Forest AP would have made a hand. York and the East serving the
land available; 1)) Itje price per acre; 3)) The method by which It Ito 1 II. some donation. Following a detailed ; East Coast of Florida II

be acquired; and 4)) The objectives of.the community In,operat- description of his wearing TheVacationer's equipment A tl !
Ing the forest. apparel, the "handsome movie' will consist of through reserved I
Idol"" was quoted also in detail seat coaches from New York and
It la g'nerally-the best policy to obtain as large an area M I fa as to his willingness to serve Washington a full length tav-i JI

ceded: to make It a workable administrative unit. It Is suggested again In the armed forces should ern-lounge, through Pullmans;] 0'rl

1 /, 1 1I that 800 to 1000 acres would make the ideal starting nucleus for the need arise. A truly patriotic and observation between WashIngton : rlj1' '
attitude, expressed in what'the and Florida East Coast ,
f
Florida communities.. Such communities wish to start In
I a
may '
revealed quiet and
radio as a U scheduled to leave I I ji
smaller way and build from 100 to 200 acres up to 1000 or more earnest tone. This statement was New t.sYr at 9:30: ajn, Washngton I

acres It Is not necessary that the whole forest be In one solid made Just before lunch time and 1::50 p.m., and over the I

dock. but the blocks should be as large as possible, preferably not either Mr. Taylor or the reporter Florida East Coast Railway will

less than a quarter section or 160 acres, as a starting unit if at al] must have had their thoughts leave Jacksonville t15; a.m.. arriving -
possible. on vittles; said the AP "he bit Stuart 8:19: a.m, and MI-
off the words" Well, If thats ami 1\:15: a.m. Northbound
f The acquisition of the desired forest acreage is one which the
I th! best biting he can do his making its first trip December
community shall have to determine for itself The Means of
bark> is definitely worse than his 14th, it will\ \leave Miami 4:001;
obtaining the land, either through gift or purchase: Is a matt '
711 and arrive -
bile. p.m.. Stuart :; p.m.
'00='---_ -..... for' consideration In the event that the necessary acreage is to' From the run-o-the-mlll sensation Jacksonville 11;20 pm Its HOT DINN
lie purchased: it should of course be developed Into a profitable seekers and headline scheduled to reach Washing.

and worthy venture hunters plus squeal and adjective ton 1:30: p.m., New York 8:15: IN75SECOf
OVEN
In some cases the community may already own a suitable charges, there would com pm i the next day. NEW ELECTRONIC

area which only needs the spirit of a guiding Influence In I a a handsome revenue while for This year marks the 56th sea DEVELOPED B6E| E L ELECTRIC USES HIGH

A great; many cases such areas may serve as the nucleus for a g to tell witnesses train
.tart. In other cases, particularly for the county, certain forest undertake Special, pioneer luxury '
not answer I FAHRENHEIT IN 1 iY MINUTES.
they, should or should between the East and Florida. It FROZEN FOODS Tt71

'Before y u buy a washer. county lands. may property.become tax delinquent and thus become available as sessment., there should be a special as will Pullman\ continue equipment to carry with solid all-two WHEN AVAILABLE i ERCIALiy IT WILL BEEESTAURANT

II Continued next week) Such a program as outlined' dining cars and observation. TIME-SAVER $ SHIPS ETC*

would detract nothing from the This year It Is scheduled to leave

1 THE OCEAN dignity of Congress, that little New York on Its first trip December
matter having already been attended 12th at 1:10: p.m., WashIngton W/J54TH HELPS
Ii (From The Ocean) to by the Committee, and 6:30: p,m., arriving Jacksonville ELECTRIC

The ocean at the bidding of the moon the benefit to the national Income \ at I;00 the next morning PLANT GROW H IFOR
would be really worthwhile Over the Florida East Coast MANY
Forever changes with his restless tide: .
1 M Railway it will leave Jacksonville YEARS GENERAL ELCTRl4HAS|
t 10101T Flung shoreward now, to be regathered soon mine
Just think what a gold 8:20: SJTI, arrive Stuart 1:16:
With kindly pasues of reluctant pride Howard Hughes would be If he p.m., and Miami 1:40: p.m. Northbound CARRIED ON RESEARCH (

And semblance of"Jet urn. Anon from home had to kick In a dollar every it IS to begin operation ELECTRIC HOT B

He issues forth anew high ridged and free,-. time he sassed a Senator; December 14th leaving Miami FARMERS SPEED 1

The gentlest murmur of his seething foam 1:15: p.m., Stuart 3;333 p.m., and WELL AS REGULAT< |, f I
35 ,
S
r arriving Jacksonville ; p.m.
Like armies whispering where great echoes be.
Washington 11:30 am. and New THE GROWTH OF !

Alfred Lord Tennyson s! YOUR York 1:55: p,m. PLANTS BY MEA| OF .
/ Washington at 1:15: I
Leaving '
SOILHEA1NSEQUIPMEr _
WEDDING In the evening the Washington 6-E ; ? f

section of the "Florida Special"
Your idle Is designed to provide a convenIent -
money'Can t STERLING connection for trains from

New England and other points WRING !
1 t Carrying through Pullmans from r \MILUONTH z

earn j eldrt Washington it will be scheduledto I ORDER TOMAr* REFRIGERATOR
leave Jacksonville at 10:10: in j
a s ItNOW RTS t PRECISE 6NERAL ELECTRIC
somiof arrive Stuart 3;06
"See thl names, below, of us Maytag owners the morning.
and Miami 1:30: pjn. Northbound HAS DEVELOPED I ITRU/MENTS TO
welcome a chance f p.m.
t We
who hv right tan In town fill 2% making Its first run De-

to tell ou what w. think of lAytag. Call or.'phon. cember 14th, it will leave Miami AMtLUCVHOFANINCHlWITH I

some us, or any other MaytaB owners you know- 10;35 a.m, Stuart 12:53 p.m., (r-- SUCH CARE>13iE BUILDS
relativi friends ot ighbors. liafs the belt way lath. Per nnum ,e" arrive Jacksonville 5:55 p.m., PRODUCTS TrT LAST
should know scheduled to reach Washington
w< fid to find out the thinl you and Is
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two of owners ST.so On'Ina r, t:40 the next morning
before washer. We mil
ou buy a Eke to Savings ,. two" '- The Florida East Coast Railway GENERAL
ant& laitlc about our Maytag hat w. pats 64 's "Champion," "Mlamlan" m ELECTRIC
Whew bu 'refute
Accounts nil a panes-
T lion eke .ins Ivcr you want andn"HannaSJ>et.IaI--anJ its

than The Fed I Sa/age and Loan Insurance Corporation thinkin to be w about you're 'ht-.o.r weddingsilver tart I
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jftt bow IM ..ft Wn
Owr mllllom usbe. insures di (dual accounts to $5,000. Husband Let ui\v*you she JUST RECEIVED '

coy w..hq, and wife may a total of $15,000, fully insured bemfitfif m i experience our expert %Avid helping and SUPPLY OF ASB1STOS SHltfG ES 1

First Federa vlngs accounts are legal Investments hone their 5111 wisely.Mo T
Well Funds held by Guardians Phone ;
4 owners. fot Trust Fun as ,
ytag
Who Tou'"e Ulk. Administrate a

oom.ii and toll u. what yon tk of MsyUg.. Jl I or Write qn Jew rs 551


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J' II II' Woollen Aviation Industries! guides and a number oL-other tenor that approved the deal little data-which: I-got up In but I believe

Ii I I Ili Inc. of( Orlando, It the successor'I HomeDemonstration FISHING enterprises have put In ads. Veil Although no contract has u yet cooperation with Earl Hall of on lea trout and they woilll|
I I'I f \ t>>nf nlzatlon to the Florida l i see what the results will be. The: been signed, Mr. Bensel believes Seal Hardware: Co per The latter mangrove'

1 ,; I branch of the Beech Aircraft I l 1 magazine, too, gathered ft good there Is no question but it will Karl and I agree that Nylon wary and!It might are
a j'I 1 I t t Corporation and gives Florida 'IN THE FAMOUS deal of travel 1 and resort, huntIng -I be shortly just won't do for the salt water to try them be Inte
I f' / 7 .Bother, million dollar aviation' :,, NotesBy and fishing Information The land lies In the northern species which have razor sharp Let me have WIth Nylon lint

II : J( ;I, ) Industry:..._ ___.. ._.. _.__ MISS LUCILE INSCOB St. Lucie Region Stuart which,will Salerno be ,published Jensen, and about the part of south tbs of county the Palm a short Beach-distance gill covers-such as the snook- on this angle.any' dopey ba

t' ( I I Martin Countline, about ten
I f '11 t .* AMERICANS HAVE MUCH TO tar TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN r The SANDING
Snak-
ar-E AND
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BE TI1ANKF1 FOR DE- FINISHINGLET
My U that H B. Kraft '
Ernest Lyons months In advance guess
By r.
The t duPont de Nemours
1\ ;, 'J SPITE BIO PROBLEMSThe Is 'I
\ Stuart's Uniqu* Eatery going to be snowed under with .
Stuart and Martin County The article was the result of requests for the guide Co Is experimenting wltn Nylon
1 serve at t life curb 1947 Thanksgiving season In general are going to get their a recent visit here by Joe God- The purchase of 50,000 acres leaders for salt water game fish' MURPHY &
I r "' I I finds Americana at peace, but first taste of national publicity frey, western manager for the for a game preserve in Palm ,and has asked me to forward a, DONALDSON
1' : ftiperb still under tension u a result of In a sporting magazine when magazine-who became so enthusiastic Beach county has been approved 'DOITI
(iwe IIot Dogs 1 disturbed International condition by the federal government This
; and ,OUTDOORS, with editorial offices over Stuart Sailfish STUARTCITY
a somewhat
E j t restless, Information was released by Bill
last at Boston, publishes a feature Club release button plan that
: juit tile word. abnormal situation at home Weeks, public relations man for COMMISSION They oiv wTo
'I : I Feeling that each country and piece In the January Issue he asked me. w tell how It start- the State Game and Fresh Water
I ; 1 11 t A. M. to Midnight t 1 Make Your
( I the world will\ : Regul Meetings Floors
I get along better due to hit the newsstands D'c ed-and the result Is "Stuart Fish Commission New
'" ,, 'i' i Mile So. 0/Federal Hwy If Individual national sovereignty 15 Let's 'Em Live," playing up the The property Is being acquired 8iOO ]
I. Is maintained and If human That Is-we hope so At latest, sportsmanship credo of our community from the Southern States Land Sand a iniah, and
2nd Lb x Polish
suffering Is reduced tea min the piece will come out on Jan' and Timber company In a an
:::, _. imum, this country has committed 15, but Editor O H,Tapply writes It can't help but help us- sense, George' BenseU head of WED SDAYSSt r New Floors Too,
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"I Itself to a program of helping me that he Is doing his best to since Outdoors has 375,000 ABC the land company here, says the 1 City Hall
. those countries In need ot get It In for the ;January number circulation-and probably 500- deal Is almost a donation by his CALL- 2-R FOR FREE
'I'I'I food and other assistance and This requires soma real 000 readers The Chamber of corporation to the state for wild- e ESTIMATE
''I'It s swd supporting thorn u much as shuffling since the outdoors]I Commerce has taken a third of life conservation purposes. It bile Always Welcome And Let Us Help You Solve Your Floor Problems.
possible In their efforts to recover magazine are made up three a page' to advertise free fishing was the Department of the In
'A I from the
I IiC great war and __
I t to reestablish themselves In dignity .
and Independence.
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t ;: 4t STf = 4 I a The tremendous program job of, requiring assistance the Is DOLLARS i. -* 4& PATRONIZE

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cooperation of all Americans
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us 1 And "cooperation" means active SPENT IN [ -'' ; ; "MARTIN: HOME FIRMSOFFERING
-' Interest, doing without some COUNTY
,{\ !: ,; EPAIATdH I THAT SLOW I things which Americans are MARTIN COUNTY
( customed to having In YOU

'j'j'It''t TODAY ,I farmers ative plenty, adjusting. and, In operations ec ease aC-I'(( STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY: THESE SERVICES

they a'111\ help to make the program
3 X SERVICE i I
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a success. The most Important .
''' j Item is food-food products -- -----.i
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I THE that come from the farm r 1------'
because. first of all, the countries COME IN FOR YOUR We Pick Up and Deliver co> LETS I I '
\ if i EL BOX In need of assistance need favorite YOU R Electric an>L Refrigera II MOSS S E Y 5 Buy The,_hi

I food to prevent hunger, to re- ti, tion SERVICE I GUMotIOUI I Y sGENEtAI<<: .
f r f''' II Cate
cover the strength to rebuild records No Job Too Or I Camp
I
,I -s.I 1 N. Second SL their Industries and to reestablish e L A U N D R Too Small I NEWCLoIY POll & Trailer* ELECTRIC

1 i ;" i t Pierce, Fla.In Thus themselves, the farmer Is called onto Requests First Class Woe \ HOBE sourELECTRIC I II urELr.5S DULL leA Eat and Ca v< Applla_ ,

i continue heavy production of CO/ I Kitchen, Lsvndry,
I.. Bank Bldg. food, to exercise special care in Filled Phone 287 "Allt Beer Cabinets and all nilappliances.

\ I"' handling the food he produces, The Day Phone I ittle 1 Su lad_
( and to avoid waste of food or PEOPLESLAUNDHY I i Kobe Sound 3271 So. Stuart
I \! feed Heavy production is necessary RECORD SHOP Nil* Phone I' y" ea MARTIN COUNTY
'I r'eoT
to provide enough food for I ty Shop Hightway No. 1 ELECTRIC

Americans and substantial help Lyric TV-atre BIdg. __ ,_. __ I Stu.rt 347-J 110. a AU AVL -'HONE.. ____ Phone 75
for other peoples .__
POIICYED In view of the strong demand -
t t" for food and for hundreds of Industrial FRANK HALE Get Miles of Wear CANDY STUARTi'I -
products, and the fact CAMPB L'S I COOK'SSERVICE .
that Industry has not been able RECAPYOUR HOME MADE PAINT CO. STATION
to R00 IG Orange ice
produce supplies that will Bf Bos: or Pound
I bas ding a new meet the demand, Americans are I Squeezed atFresh car stand TIRES Fralmes, Diviners p LUNCH"ROOM
having to with the problemof AN I .' V g II I
cope 1
aily Mexican '
h 'e SURE ofF aTs._ u1 .. Creams Ii fl
.
e, higher te IW. ttkn..r :
I''I prices than they have ..
,
Roof f sawnsave Coconut Kisses TRAILER PARK
U CORNER I paid In and many years This situation Rep ring Wholes.! accounts -emS r ,-,. "U"l" -jxrt: Batter Crunch L1 I Dobr ,.. Beer and Soft Dnnti
International conditions -
51 1 So. Colored* Ave. ,Ole teal lei CREAM-COL* DRINK>> Ii MU."HY.
I : S )NEGOODfi ; tend to make this Thanksgiving aHERwl".wlLLlAMS: riches, Soup, Pw.of
CHAJ5O"N'SStation tMildred
; Phone 9141 andfceave ,
I .
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season a less happy occasion Fed. Hil way No. 1 Heath's D poirr PRODUCTSPhone I u, Slusrt ss
I : L NI GOOD than other Message Se e
peacetime i aria J Rad [ 12* ,
Thanksgiving seasons Wri'. P. O. B-. II ern (feral SWEETS Federal 151W .1
Highway
P. a Arcade P. 0. Hot 177
P NS
OODIl
Stuart GULF
Fla. GASOWS
Yet Rains I
Americans I
have to BIdg. 4th.
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lr"'c
" 1 C NS RUC.I be thankful for country ,_. _.
Is strong they have more food
III I T NAN GOOD than any other country, they -
have Independence, they have StuartAuto S N R A OME
l SUR NCE. their See Jensen Hdwe
rights of tree speech, press. I.
I and worship and the ballot, and
"
J
i Camp '
JALOUSIES
;r they have the great blessing of IGBEEBUILDING& SURE
Uncle
e peace, even though the world ADD UTY, COMFOUT AND Bel'1. '
I might be "more peaceful" and Cottages VALU sue tan ro IY YOUR HOME OR e e W THAM TRY THEM - II I I'I understanding And Trailer Court INSTALUNO.Modern .. .
(twMulw -le. M _
I MATP So Americans should give SU RAY SHUTTERS 1..1. <..... s.S.dwlw" -- Bas'l Gener ContractingL ARE MORE THAN
thanks this year for those and RENTAL! BY NTH WEEK OR .o Repairs
r a (MATES SU1MITTIOunray
IDery many other things and also I ALL CONVENIENCEI. Shutter I P. i Box 832 APT TO HAVE lT.O .
' r Kind MInsurants endeavor to !In
help One Bloc
I every way BLAIR and BAKER Products II means se little,, te folks, West Palm
i I they can to perpetuate them. mea I City Sri On The
) Jensen Beach
I I on Dub HI w.jr pk-M ale W, RMOR P O, BOX MS that eggs at' taboo week, R ge ht
Phone 'I'll M.. )k. -- that 1U, have te | _
'I p l! p 0 Arc de j ('" t.lonmmcnof! Cnud try te do my -- ----
1,1 i alt-..1i,..il often bleach, their hair ___.- t/. bit and some other sacrifice
: I nail, I, ,'vii lime r seek!
__ __ I! Listen Folks ( Wave NEVER: had chicken
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1 t .L 1 I en Thursdays, when raisin th' LE US
" Do you know there is Quinn'sptoreJensen
; I Waterfront r I A First Class Barber I high-priced things-and'EGGS, Giv. You CuuTnal
I" : ; Properties m at eighty a DOZEN, ar' ONLY Meats, riea A Com; et. Check Up
[ 11 j, ; And Frozen ood,
FOR j
t'j PRESIDENTS and
MUNCHS'Barber KINGS!
l : V'' : Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound. I pxreul CIO AN/NDAIm

( lyJ / f'' 'j I Ocean Front** Shop 1 Now sklppln th' chicken en 1 Novrisq PRODuc1., C s A uECHANt r'" slaw
?
J1'' t He specializes 'on s / 1 SUNDAYS, would pile lip a heap LINDINO LI V OP ee xouev eAaf

1 12: q Children's hair cuts of FOWL MEAT, se: they cant Be h
A also call forGENE 1 be In much of a dither 'bo.t St aarfl OII Ca

,j : PAIGE STUART USE savin' the' ROOSTERS WE EAT! lMrt NiwtPHONE Pw I Ex stover aunm

f / .! ', t / R Lfrlt n..t.r Bid,. stool I TAXI ITS l 1 They might as well ,try savin' 8131 a x u li"w" "'

= CHEAPERTRUEMAN Bah, by enttln' it eat on a HON. _
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B1 1 ,' rW ei for nobody eats th' finny tribe,
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; I consumed by th' TON! ---I
I i If lernmans I CON C R E TI Helms.
Fertilizer Tavern We ge at these thing sort ef Foundations, Floe Plumbing A

I I'' x cob A 4' funay we wonder who thinks Driveways, Sideway heet Metal
, I' TUXEDO ere WINES CICASS. out these dura deals. If want te '
,.. CIGAaE sru, NEWS rSealtlt they save eggs and th' chickens, Blocks Brick, Oral
I : n u res. FEEDS why don't they pick th' BIG MEALS To me that would be only PvMPINOYlTtW
Ice
II 5 :rf ANDGENERAL Cream Sunday ne time ether days te took" much .. WHO DID THIS Tile, Septic Tanks. .N. Joh T.: Ur. w T..M
t \ \ LINK OF Open: !S m. 'Till 13 p a. screwy-like plannln Such half-hearted help "Beats th' Dutch!" In Fact
j INSECTICIDES I mt Clove Sunday Everything in CoricretjDUNTILE I STUART PLUMBING

tJ 'I H11i POULTRY REMEDIES The Ace Where A METAL WORKS ,
STUART FEED STORE
'I'.. ,,i'' \\fX) IM FLACLER AVE. PHONE II< Frienls Meet" '' BOX MSPHONES.
1. L.DECKER
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1i Iii 1 'IIt JACK MAkTIN MR. D.r Its
t ,\ '", I; ': 341 ts i AT*. I. Box 936 Phone --""""
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Stafford STUAR S TTo Nrs

N Seawalls C Stuart.JThx I S ERVIC S Service Station

r r I 0 Boat House roai.Cottages ristered SERVICE Kenneth Stii .II "
aid eraser Formerly] Wests*

y Y ki All Construction WHOLUALt JL An Promp f. Dependable) Phone 41, wn Gas and Asa J
J S..fc4d For any kind oWService. Dr"1

) Ivan Taylc Bait Fe Sur Courteous Landscaping,VCaretakIng. Rail" Soft

i P. 0. Box 474 I JENSEN Florid*, On mil. So. Stuart

!_- PHONE I04-JJ AT COUNTY- I SM-J HONE 149 I Generif Repairs, L 'Fed. No.1 1


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," ,' Listings of Improved \A Unhn coed Properties RIVERS El RODS EAL
JEDGWICKD&ANT
DAVID
Throughout Vsrtln C<\very CHINA SHjpP Homes D i straigh} Ordwaylotors SPOiVS SHOPT.nBiflrcq

4 v.. ACREAGEr iVBUNCHES Fin china NfFelties FLAWS D grow] otal ta/
Bieyal
: Pottery Tennis Cdfrt
Bewails Point River -Rlver Pr so A tAtxa re* Construction s
Mi A visit to our sB>p will Alteration*- -Es
Red
? or C.n Durite Court*
1 +, Jupiter Island Ocean-1.-Sound Estates Site amaxe you at tr complete for blidge ID, PermaneC rag
Court
llM. Harry GI / this Asphaltlc r
SALtS AND UVKt r
Just north of $. Lucle DAY AND\rte R onditloningii Wilson S f P
---1J- C. B. ARBOGAST river bridge. at Fugate RdrB.ll Js ) ) Price WRECKER SEXVICE i. SuppliesJsfSSEN Go P eral T.c Un le

Box 848 Stif rt Hsu .
ODV REPAPHONE
11 teal Estate Ave
WATERFRONT PROPERTIES r-ru. set r
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THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV. 17,1947




! f Vets, West Palm Beach to Clash Here on Thanksgiving m I



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; TUART CORElESS PLAYS TIEOKEEGHOBEE AL OUTHEAST R 91i7T Stuart Tennis, Team Gains



Clean SweepThe in Delray


Stuart town tennis open- play again In Delray Beach Dec. "i

wrrrrt ed Its first winter season in recent 14 Lack of courts prohibits Stu- t

by making a clean art from
1 years being the host for a
IffenM( Bop .Dbwn Satur. CONERIx BACKS sweep of seven matches with a second meeting, (

day! Backfield Ail S MISSISSIPPI similar team In Delray Beach The results Sunday Included: I

AreHandicap Sunday afternoon. 1M OuikUff.n (II) fetaiMl FrankOlIMI If.
Without losing set Stuart (PHI' ,... 1J.H.irl. .
| The Stuart Veterans, their l a .. UW.T. IT. 'Sl) 4*>nt.4 Dr. .
oud four-game winning I '1' won. all four singles matches and 'e. ..._ rrWr (DBI) 1e.1.
t WWIWAMS the three' doubles matches as WIIIlM, Rltt* ISO 4rfau4 leek Mora
reek 'unexpectedly halted .(Oil' <... .... 1
MIfO.
OTAT2 Delray Beach's
.y crew rarely managed
a scoreless tie in Okee. Dr. W.lut' r. D...,. '(SI/ fetatMlCUrwo.
obee Saturday night, hop to extend any, set beyondthe ItlurUf. start all over again in the 10 minimum six wins. Only In .__. ... D a..r. (at) 4.fwMGllkttt
the opening singles and In the u< r.rW (OBI S, 14.KHUf 5
ener of a five-game home :;
women's doubles which concluded .M| tmwjt (SI' aid MINNEUMrMi t
and here Thanksgiving af. ....
the play was Stuart forced to sea DBI' f Si '
rnoon when the West Palm s COLLINS GILMER win /- U.nte Don. ..4 Mi*. JMa
by 'r-I. : '
eacth Jets will furnish the r*., Jr (SI I def..ted Mr. Rims >.<
-BACKBACK. The teams are scheduled to .... Krilr (bat M. (.I. _j,
,position. Game time will L.S+U. ALABAMA

3 p. m.However .
much U they may R EMYRE -OAtVc iCENTER -
timing at win Nay this fall, ; 1 s OATECN .FLORIDAABSTRACT i- '"
e Vets will be handicapped fore KEN TUwcRrEOWARDS
Jets by the sidelining of their

ret key backfield atari,Charles COMPANY
ill, warren Snipes and WalterIn !
Jr. Hall suffered a badly
rlsted! knee Nov. 11 which ii
pected to keep him Inactive AND EMPLOYEES

itll the middle of December K st.'S
TCAALL bbs f .
id Snipes has had Internal :
npllcatlons from rib bruises

ch may sideline him for an- "

,her week. Both mined. the f
eechobee tilt. BOUNTIFULTHANKSGIVING R "

|This stalemate also may have I .
st Stuart the services of Rein +

r 10 days when the Vets' lead- POOLE WOZNIAK HEALEY ,

I g round-gainer was spiked Infee END -END- -GUARD- -GUARD- ACKLEU.Dr .) ,
left forefinger necessitating GA. MtOSISSIPPI ALABAMA GA.TECH N STAre JimT.. J. F.) Ke nedy

kur stitches.. Rein finished outturday's jay B. KenneUyBei / t
battle but wu unded
whether he oould partlclj Mississippi Alabama, Georgia Tech said Mississippi State each placed two men on Techmen are Bobby Davis, tackle, and Bill Heuley, guard. From Mississippi Slate A. Redding, Jr.

tomorrow. the 1947 Southeastern faollull team chosen fur the Associated Press by coaches come TOM McWilluuns. back, and "Dub" Currclt, tackle Jay Rhodemyre of Kentucky W.

I Absence of these three prob. and sports writers. M is&l>siPI'i'1 men are Charlie Cnnerly, back. \ and Barney Poole, was placed at center. Dan Edwards of Ceorgia won an end position The CHARLES CHtflSTENSENKatb ?

tly I will mean a patched-up end. Alabama's are Harry Comer, bulk, and John Woziiluk, guard. The Georgia other back .Is llarrell "Bip Collins of Louisiana State University, L die S. Houston
ackfleld containing Paul Hard-
lick, Jack Hartman, Pete Robion I --- alter T/Sims

and Wlllard Wells behind PLAYIN 5th District Game Condition KIWANIS TOLDENDICOTTPLAN BARTLETT HEADS
e> staunch forward wall which TIGERS REGATTA PLANNING yn M. Blackstone

i reported ready from end to
|>d. This starting line Includes Described by State Bureau Valentine C. Bartlett of Hobe MEM ERS
mom TUton and Fred Rein at MELBOURNE Sound and Chicago was elected FLORID \ TIT ASSOCIATIOND
de, Ralph Hartman, Jr. and president of Regatta Inc.. at the D
rge Magos at tackles, Billy Despite the toll of hurricaneand area are best described by a Veteran meeting of the organization In
nlth and John Henry Ausburn EYE 3RD PLACECocoa floods the hunting picture : hunter who Just completeda TIGER BANQUETRansom West Palm Beach last week, Regatta AMER CANflTLE ASSOCIATION '

; guards and Ed Williams at Is better on a State-wide basis private survey of the entire Inc., is a new non-profit !
district! organization which will
nter. sponsorthe '
than originally predicted according '''''''''' !
first Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiif iiiiifiiiiiiiiiimiimmiiiiimmiiiiiiimimiiiiiit
of
"It he annual series of
I The Jets still are In the surlising ain't good reported, an
Closes Stuart Home ( to the Florida Fresh Tllton Jerry Smith crew races between
stage of their season as "but It ain't bad as I flggured It 'Yale and
[ result of a late start which Stand With 6-0 Win Water Fish and Game CommUslon. would be".e"Although and C A. Porter spoke on the Pennsylvania Universities Jan
Veterans football team's current
da i this contest here as their Friday the district offered 3 In West Palm Beach.
funds to finance
for
edule opener. Business Man- Here Is the State analysis of fair hunting ] t'season. It campaign their return game with Endicott.N. Bartlett, who was named at GENE! ELECTRIC I ,.
er Jack HavOl reports their Third place In the Indian presents the state's most dismal a directors meeting to Initiate 'E
conditions In the Fifth District, V, here Dec 7 at the weekly the
project Is
himself E
e i will average more than 200 River Conference will be at prospects this year after being a Yale I
noon meeting of Kiwanis at the
>. a man with 21 men to make stake when.Martin County and which Includes Martin County: raked by three howling storms Woman's Club Friday. : alumnus and father of David I 1
0 40-mile trip. Stuart will Melbourne High Schools clashon "Because of costly wind gameIs that Inundated the area with Program Chairman Henry KIn- Bartlett who Is a member of Yale = HOT WATER '
at S to- scanty In Florida's Fourth District Junior varsity crew now. .
y the Jets a return game the latter's gridiron flood waters and claimed a ter- dred announced the club's an-
n. 1.Inability. night. The hosts, on the basis of which parallels the east rific toll of game birds and sent nual banquet honoring the high
[ to function on offense comparative scores and a slightly coast from Indian River Countyto frantic deer to high ground and school football team will be held U. S. form production for the
festively within Okeechobee'l better season, will be favored. the southern tip of the state public highways In search of at the Woman's Club Dec. It at years 1945 and 1946 was approximately H
j
the Stuart aggregation and Includes Collier County. one-third greater than the TERSt
I yard line cost Stuart the de- However, safety. 7 p.m. replacing the club's regu-
n Saturday. Two golden op- will be out to snap a four- _"Conditions In the stormswept The most surprising report In lar meeting Dec. 12. Quest speaker average of the years 1935-1919 =
rtunltles presented themselves game losing streak In which they the district come from Chief will be Football Coach "Bear

k the second quarter on succes- have been unable to score a Wildlife Officer Curtis 1 E.!: Wright, Wolfe of the University of :Flor Be Quick To Treat G. E. 13-30 Gals. Capacity I
s i thrusts but twice the Cat- single point and as a result feel Titusville of Okeechobee County. ida. The banquet date Is a ,
i defense stiffened and Stu- they are long overdue. No ap- "High water Is receding fast change from original plans whenIt

t was forced to surrender the preciable Injuries were reported In Okeechobee County," Wright was found Wolfe was unableto Bronchitis |
Meet IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
flnt the 8 and then the incurred In Friday's Cocoa scrap Injuries Cocoa reports, "but I honestly believe come Dec. 12.

Obviously missing was the here and barring practice wt will have better hunting this Chrome brotiAltls may develop If
rial threats of Snipes,the Une-':, the Tigers are expected to For IRC Title year than we had last season." ATHLETIC WEEK END your cough,chjft cold,or cuU bron-
eking of Hall and the smooth be In top shape for Melbourne'slast A discouraging hunting pic- SET AT GAINESVILLE Ills U not 'Jratod and you cannola
of the fall rdtotak chance anymedl-
e i play of previous' games. game ture In Broward county Is pre- clr less nt than Cnomuliloa
I On defense the Stuart line"was Stuart will close Its season In sented by Wildlife Officer L RQlddens Gainesville, Nov 26.-The first whi gee igin to the seat'ol the I ILECIRIC

I marvel holding Okeechobee tonet I Fort Cocoa Pierce operating next week.:deceptively? INDIAN RIVER CONFERINCt:: who points out that annual athletic Week-end hon- irate laden Vtgm to felp loosen and aid and expel nature germ to MARTIN i I COUNTY
13 yards on the ground oring Florida high school
11' L Pet. TP OF 78,000 of the county's 80.000 many soothe healraw.tenderinflamed
t the passes of Tiny" Wat- from the T-formatlon rolle4 up Cee- .. 0 leo 101 II. acres have been covered by flood athletes and coaches will be held bronchi mucous membranea
rd nearly I overcame this a big statistical. margin here not It TIt.nn"1iI.1.....",. 4 I f 1.i. a "M ISIS waters. at the University of Florida next CreorfVlou blends beechwood (
unchness. Watford complet- until the third quarter could: STUART I I IS 16. / week end In conjunction with eraosolf b\pecla) praoesswlth other co. S_
seven of his shots for 105da break through for the evening'sonly .. 0.1110 ...0 0 ,... < 11oto Despite the ravishing storms, the Florida-Kansas State loot- time *3ti\medicln .for coughs
It
I score to wlnl-0 before ,more Oka.ehab0 4 II'U deer hunting will be In Collier ooifalns rs ntrooUcs.NolnatterX0
i Including one for SI yards ball game Saturday under the many biedldnes
than 1,000 fans On the' high LAST WEEK'S RESULTS and Palm Beach Counties and you ve trlpdVU druggist to
your
the game's last play which ;school field A Stuart fumbleon .C.... .. STUART 0mr. fair quail hunting will be foundIn sponsorship of the University"F" Bell]J>u a bottle c\praomulslon with JOHN KELLER, Mgr. |

ded it on Okeechobee the Stuart penetrated.12, deepest the first play after the the second ball Tlluolll.. rim SI.SI...M.lkouraf..U a.TOMORROW'S t". Palm Collier Beach tee and, Monroe Martin, coun-Dade, The Club.schoolboy athletes and they identandlnnpn qaickly must oough llln per-the = DEHO BLDG. PHONE 7tf | !

or to that play the Catfish half kickoff: gave Cocoa laMES their coaches will have an op- mlltyifrest and sleep I ; jr you are M
kver passed Stuart's 99. on Stuarts 35. Eight running STUART 01 11.1.......... I ties. However turkeys are scarce portunity t omeet the university bav lyoui moue, back. WidrJ nmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiii 1 iiiimiiiimmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiinTTHANKS
In Martin and Indian River
IA bad plays carried: to the Stuart 1 'C.ee.. .. t TRa..lll. coaching staff and athletes and
pass from center en- ( ..- /...io.f a--.1> counties.
fled Stuart tp take over onWill where Murray Oay barged,over BillBooth' Strangely enough, Indian to Inspect the growing facilities
i on Okeechobee's S3 In the center for the touchdown. here for Intramural and Intercollegiate
attempted placement for The Indian River Conference'sfootball River county quail hunting I
end period and four plays the extra point was low and to season for 1947 will reach will be better than In several athletics
ned a first down on the .. a hectic conclusion tonight when recent years. However, deer and
ur r more plays, however, gain- !the left click effectively past!'Cocoa and Tttusvffle, both win turkey hunting will be on the' TIGER B-TEAM
I only s yards and Okeechobee the Unable mldfleld to stripe the Tigers' ners of four straight In the loop scanty side and squirrels will offer TO PLAY TUESDAYThe We Appreciated Your Patronage At Our k

t over on the I. On the sub- made only one stab past the: meet In Tttusrllle at t pjn. for only fair entertainment for
uent punt Rein returned to with a Cocoa the conference crown. The host the sportsmen. Martin County High
> Catfish SS and It plays car- Cocoa SO. Starting the Stuart 46 the' unbeaten record for the entire Turkeys have been scarce since School gridiron B-team will con- GRANfl) OPENING
J to the 1 where on fourth fumble covered on 34 yards In four: fall season and comparative 1928 In Martin county and hunt- clude Its four-game season here
son i Rein's pass to his brothered Tigers but the next two; scores rate the Terriers the mars ers will find no Improvementthis Tuesdaytlght at 7:30 in a game I
ed Incomplete. running plays and the drive! rowest of edges for the tussle. season. Squirrel hunting with the Fort Pierce Bs. Con. of
[One but chance came In the plays lost ground 20. second conference game tonight will be unsatisfactory but quail flicting activities forced postponement I
halted on the Cocoa A
quarter for Stuart when I and deer hunters are assured ofa of the contest from
Stuart against 1
will pit
Tucker broke through tot | The statistics......... : Melbourne for third place as fair amount of entertainment. the originally scheduled date BRUCE & HARRY'SiSuperDiner 1i
.
a punt and recover oneechobee's COCOA '. ..__..... .--. both teams seek to regain something General hunting In Palm Beach Nov. 19.The .
s1ou.t.;;;;: County will'not compare, favorably Tiger Be have lost twice to i
21. But four plays Coteau.,; \to make up for more or
t 24 yards and Okeechobee OfOal.l.1 and tkrlolo disappointing seasons. Both with last year. This dlacourscement' Vero Beach and played a scoreless I
t 0' less be charged tie with Eau Oallle which / ]
over on Its 41. After an 11 have lost six times but the Bulldogs can.
the damage caused by team was unable to play return
chance of punts Okeechobeeon have won three to Stuart'stwo. against
its 44 and rolled 4.2de high winds and flood water., game. and

i to the Stuart 12 where thee ti J
i ended. Ii 0

The statistics! ( s.4 SHELLGAS/ SltATIONU.

a ol .
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rd& e..kly ,__ 41 kOees$1.. :: WAT .
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attest -. 0w TM. yetem rd. .it ::::- S. NO. 1 AT INDIANTOWN ROAD TART

Ia r.deyin: :... .: ,i_ 1:e4ralu.l p..bW., Is.bl.. ..wo. _---.vendP.rItW "': t :: 7 WE/WILL BE OPEN 24 HOURS A\DAY, --I Ir;

IM.r__ lW ..:.;.:: sa ',
i :..:: : ; Td. 1..t easelGOLF Hard Kqd SERVING
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t.Shw
.; ,...paw .so.. HERB yirrosive
"' COURSE
:idl';'';' _-:::' ... .:. : NEW PRO Consult BREAKFAST
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PLUSES For Expert Aj ce
k.... ; .. II secured
....,.. AndY Hunter, newly LUNCH !
'..-.-. __-- .. a profaulonal at the Martin Coun- .t

lM MMUlMUtLDINO:'.::::':: .: .: ty Golf and countrY course Club,here reports D.F. TH : DINNER x .
finding the ,

i, 1. Vu tun rUMITS ainnU perk uun'; his ilkani In and preparing ha Dow FORT PIE E, FLO THE ONE STOP STATION .
'' im LM ,. itek '. : employs %
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rte. .Valder to ....... r-Idea.ggg., the greens for the winter traf- FOR FINE FOOD AND SUPER SERVICE\,.','. "

a A. ...... and ........ ftc. H. said he Ie particularly much EAST COAST W CON ONINO CO.PHON :' 1
a Tap U. .rte. hUt OIl terested In seeing that II '
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r-w... .. the count 'B'IiticE HARRYahr4i1..yAi
.. We .. J. -. at. Look \ SfiM or 532-W &
4: Lot 4, e,te k i, Gee.: :. eve- SH-asMs- 830 SOUTH 4th ST.
i- ladwar.d .. .. esw -
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I I ;;i J !; '.l.'t, GENTRY BROS., PAINT & GLASS Plate Glass and StrLural Gl\; West Palm Beach: '"'Phone' 4244
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ELMER G. DeWITT, PLUMBING,-]Jensen Beach. Phone 91
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fountains! From this survey Rexall developed a super-fountain, efficient, attraC- SUP R...STORE facilities for customer convenience in its eight departments-prescription, \ .
live and sanitary, medicine, toiletries, camera, tobacco, candy, household and soda fountain. a
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CHRISTMAS Sets"f for Ladies ," PREEFAVORS' CHRISTMAS[ Sets for Men I !

DuBarrjr .* Coty Cara Nome Evening in Paris Courtley King' Men Yardley Slug
Hudnut Old Spice Yardley't Revlon FOR ALL Old Spice and Other ,A I

Old South .'.-. Between 9 Am.. and 6 P. M. Kaywoodie Pipes....$3.50 to$12.50 ;

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,,j, l'i L'II',;. 4D"' >'" ., SAW ... / See Us For 1947-48 HUNTING DATES NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES PRODUCE FLOW crates reported of handling green toC otTT l' >, Iii-!

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t I II 1 1\II I i"II i"-',"'Iri'"' & 'G Repair and FIRST DISTRICT-Buck deer and turkey, Nov. 20-Jan. I. The County Agent's ColumnBy M28 toes and field 280 crates pink of loVS,1

I II tl' I 2 'r t 6 First four days open; Monday Tuesday and Wednesday closed SHOWS GAINS ending Nov 19 trl
: ', \ N: SERVICE Parts thereafter. Quail and squirrel:Nov. 30- Feb 1. First four day L M. Johnson matoe brought $5 The to ,, ?" ,
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/ II f'\ !tI t\\ open; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday closed thereafter. eragtna W38. the plop j

I .. ; '' ( SECOND DISTRICT-Buck deer and turkey gobblers, Nov I T h Agricultural Extension less they are used for breeding Jacksonville, Nor 28...Tomato $9,10, averaging SU3 +.1
.t 1'i 1 ARNOLD AUERPhone 20-Jan. 8. Monday, Wednesday and Friday closed. Ollchrist Inl of cucumbers, pugk
N County closed for deer. Clay county closed for turkey and deer. Service ha evolved' a four-point purpose Rooster dont Improve shipments from Fort Pierce beans has added w
!1\\ 4\ I I St..Lucia Boulevard 142-W for saving feed which production; besides, they mounted rapidly during the 'last the Fort Pierce m'l<<1anr i
Y : Quail and Squirrel, Nov. 20-Feb. 1, closed Monday, Wednesday I program eat a lot of feed and generally week Wauchula'i cucumber for- Markel"" YIII_
I' and Friday. ha been approved by the 8tat won't grow much, so why\ not wardlngs held to the high level ---
'f 1 THIRD DISTRICT-Buck deer,Nov. 20-Jan. 1. Open everyday. USDA Councfl composed of rep- get rid of them. The lime thing of recent week and at other produce -
I 'I" L Turkey, Nov.20-Feb. 1, open every. day. Quail and squirrel resentatlve of all Departmentof 1 II true with non-laying hens. center the pow' of fall produce e
.J J : Nov. 20-Feb 15. Open every day. Agriculture agencies working There 1 Ia a significant advantageIn brought a riling tide of
r RDEN FRESH FOURTH DISTRICT-Buck deer, quail,turkey and squirrel in Florida This program urges using cockerel for broilers revenue to producers, and stead m
; t, I' a Nov 20-Jan. 5, First four,days open; Monday Tuesday and rather than straight-run chicks. mounting\ activity for the
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I' Frui|s & Vegetables Wednesday closed thereafter. Monroe, Dade and Broward counties Experience shown that ,where thousands of workers engaged
V closed for deer and turkey. : 1. Produce a* much feed ai only 9J pounds of feed Is required In handling the harvesting RETAIL AND W DIES
possible at home,both grain and \ to produce cockerel broilers tales and transportation ofFlorida's
J RED iELlCIOUS FIFTH DISTRICT-Buck deer! Nov. 20-JaH. S. First sit
2. Make full use of pasture averaging I pound In 12.1 contribution to QQIN
h pasture.
I Monday Wednesday and Friday closed thereafter.
4 i APPLES day open weeks, It take 121 pounds of the nation's food supplies The
Turkey, quail and squirrel, Nov, 20-y'eb.L' First six day open, for grating. S. Keep only feed to produce pullet broilers Fort Pierce State Fanners' Mar-
31 1U. ....39cNEVf THE PAl
and closed thereafter efficient animal and poultry, 4 BEACH
Monday, Wednesday Friday averaging' the same weight In ket handled 6,688 field crates of
p Waste no feed. 131 weeks. green tomatoes In a three-day 417 ONEE fti too
CROP HUNTING REGULATIONSThe period last week at prices rangIng PHON 2a83l
RANBERRIES Those Interested In growing Local cattlemen and other Interested from $S to $I.DO, while an
l following a resume of bag limit and the 1M7 general tobacco plant on contract should! In contest additional 878 crate of pink
I ,; Lbf .. . ..... .......39c hunting regulations; get In contact with L. A. We- invited to attend roping such a contestto are ranged from $l to $7.50. I Tod.y' Milk T.I'
a..r" The day bag limit Is-buck deer. 1; turkey, I; quail 11; Kensle, Indlantown. Paul M. be held at Indlantown Sun- Manager )I.E. Williams of the: ,
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E ERORI cat squirrel, 10;, and fox squirrel, S. Season bag \limit Is-buck Hoenshel and Stanley Smith are day at 1 p.m. at the Troup Brothers Fort Pierce Market In a report 1 P oduced
I Jane Patter Delicious GRAPES deer, 2; turkey, 4; quail and squirrel, no season \limit making dally\ cutting of gladioli ranch. Admission is free. All to ,Jacksonville) offices o fFlorlda;
DONUTS method using shotgun Ed Shlle and Percy Fug local cowboys Interested In entering State Markets forecast a move I aDd
These hunting *.are prohibited:
2flbs. .... ... ......... ...27c of three-shell are picking and shipping yellow this contest are requested ment or20,000 crates of tomatoes
3Dozen larger than 10-guage and more than capacity eteurizedIn
quash this week'George to get In touch with Jim Day of this week The speedy pickup
( be plugged to limit the capacity to not more than
19c gun may Fletcher, Jr who is In
tsp the Troup Brother ranch. This In harvesting! Is indl cated by the artin
j' RHUBARB three shells); firing guns from other than the shoulder; shooting charge of the variety field trial should be an Interesting and entertaining I Csaslya
\ Ann Pag* Prepared birds over a baited area; booting quail on the ground; hunting for the Bell Olade Experiment: contest since roping

'. SPAGHETTI Ibs. ......... ............_. .._29c turkey with a dog; hunting or killing deer .hUelWlm1nlnJ; use 'Station being made this year atIndlantown. contestants from Okeechobee omlci Notes,"Mr*.Virginia Rags- is Daiij
103/4loz. Cans "'_" of artlflelal light, fire, net trap, snare, poison,'salt-lick, or of has some Interesting Klsslmmee and Martin County dale \\.1
2 for ,e WEET airplane, automobile, power boat, sail boat boat or craft; under plantings of tomatoes froma will compete Suggestions;Thurs., Dec.aeuon on Handling Milk! 0 1042 1tss1
POTATOES sail or towed by any of aforesaid devices. Use of gun.withheadlight variety and fertilising stand Cows," a W. Reave. /lox
Fletcher is
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Rich Ann woods I Is point. Florida Farm
Creainy P.ge 4 Iba. .......... .... ..... ........29c In prohibited.The planting a small commercial ,Station Hour Broadcasts -
SALADDRESSING discharge of firearms 1* prohibited upon, from and field of the new. blight-resistant WRUF, galnesvllle.W :
f I SWEET JUICY across State Road No 27 (Tamlaml Trail), State Road No. 28, Garden State tomato. This variety Nov 28 "Florida Livestock -
ORANGES State. Road No. 25 jtln( Palm Beach County), and Highway of of tomato also will go into Rhodes.Market Trends' ," Gifford CENTRAL ARKfl

.. Monroe county. the variety trials and fertilizing\
t No better at any Pricf |8 ">. bag ....... ....29e tats George Fletcher has avery Sat, Nov. Fifteen-minute
plus planting of tomatoes program at 12:JO. M
ha* been, a patient at St. Mary1
A & P GO\DE A SUGAR ADDED Palm City News Hospital In West Palm Beach. which will be picked within the Mon.. Dec 1 Decorating for PRODUCE
next few week He was fortun- the Christina Season" ROCERIES
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The best wishes of all go to her
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APPLBSAUCBT 17c .
i for a speedy recovery.Mr. the storm period, and COURTEOUS SERVICE -
'I I' CHURCH BAZAAR and Mrs John Stanley of through Tues. Dec. "Contributing
he will have come of the earliest
Factors '''tn Insect
I'I' ANN PA DELICI US Jupiter formerly of Palm City In : Infestation CO NIENny LOCATED
tomatoes Martin County.
i I have reported their 8-month-old Around Home,"Dr.A. N. Tlssot.
''II''' \ SET SATURDAYIN son seriously Ill In the Good Samaritan I W. L. Sullivan of Stuart has a Farm Question Box ; 2.d and Akron Joe Inek
GRAPE JAM j5 21c dragline on his farm in Palm
__ Beach, with Hospital double; West pneumonia.Palm City ditching and diking t\1I\ Wed.. Dee. 3 "Home !Econ-!:

h'' \ A & P HA VESNPEELED Charles Ely of South Bay on area In preparation for the new
STUARTBy water control system he is put-
Like Okeechobee died the middle -
''I"" "I' APR COTS IT% 34c of September. H* had beenin ting In to oontrol flood waters
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an Iron lung for five weeks. GROCEROPfiCIALSCAMPBELL'S
I It i' ; MRS. ANNA B. DAY Mrs. Ely will be rememberedhere The USDA urge poultry raisers
IONA SLICED OR HALVES as the former Edna Freeman to product u much feed ai
The Palm City Church aid Two week ago a baby possible at home.This I* a practice 8 I
: PEACHES !!n'' .. 27c Christmas Bazaar and bake sale daughter Edna Marie, was born which ha been recommend.
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1 "" will b< held next Saturday, to her. Her many friend here yean applicable Tomato
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,t I I I ANN PACE Ve tarian. Boston Style or with Pork I weather permitting, in the vacant wish and to her express family sympathy in her to recent bar feeds long now.have Succulent been recognisedfor green Soup /. { cans /

I ", 1\ :H I 1 space beside the Bell Hard- loss. their vitamin content and
If. BEANS C ,, 23c ware Bldg. If not there, it will Mrs Earl Tlllman of Stuart high nutritious value It U reasonable PHILLIPS DELICIOUS CA C D

be In the Post Office Arcade. spent Wednesday with Mrs: Ar- to expect that by keeping: /
II" IONA-HEA UL Patronage will be appreciated. pad Barat succulent green feed availablefor BEANS 2 : ?. .__21 c GR N 2 r 25c
the birds the whole year, the
f 1 Mr. and Mrs C. H. Rowe of Barney O'Steen, Jr. arrived With Pork
TOMATO ICE r 20c home recently from Texas where total commercial feed consumption
lt Akron, Ohio, have recently he had pent several month at can be reduced by IS, and

bought property north of the the home of his sister Ovalda. la some cases 20 per cent. Boscul Coffee lb. 49MOTTS /
I ;. I Asir P land owned by Mrs Holly and Mr and Mrs. E. M.Hlgbee, Mr. 'Again we look at those crops '. .
', il I: -: Delicious A & MEATS Wallace BueL Their son J. H. and Mrs. V V. Wortham and Mr., which can be planted this month I
i Cut Rijht TriSUPERiTE med Right SPINACH Howe, and wife are here with and Mrs R.F.Wortham attended and grazed by the chickens. APPLE 51 ER F 55.
i; them. They now have tent the Veteran ball lame Saturday Grains and leafy crop can be
I'' erected and expect to build soon. evening in Okeechobee. raised quite successfully In the JUICE RMJT2.0: ::25c
No. 2 25c SUE
1.. _: 13C Mr and Mrs Edward Sniffer The Palm city Woman' Club pens and an the chicken can boui.; ... _- _. __
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'; Can are making their home west of met Nov 20 Instead of Nov 27 harvest them or they can be
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+ I RIB the Van Ness home near Martin due to the holiday Next monthIt grown' wherever apace Is available SELECTED
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2taCam. 110f Highway Mrs. Shifter gives will be a week early. The In fields. Crop that can be
I I s STEAK 1 c Swedish massage treatments to Christmas party for the club will planted during November include Georgia Yams .f I. 5 Ibs 33//
4 .I I lb. many here in the county, Mr i be held Dec. IS instead of the oats, rye, Italian rye grass / _
I Shifter I Ia employed at the Port 25th in the afternoon. Inexpensive White Dutch and Dixie Crimson
+ Chuck Ann Page Condensed Sewall Inn. I I gifts will be exchanged cloven,-hall'J vetch and Dixie ZEPHYR BRAND LATH B CKHAWK LUNCHEON
Mr and Mrs. William Frlnk of, and refreshment served Wonder and Caley pea Corn,
(! 1 .Ii : I ROAST 61C 1 C TOMATO SOUP West Palm Beach will be Thanksgiving mllo sunflower seed and pea- RAISINS lp;:: 13c EAT 43c
I \ lb. guests at the Van Ness BECISTRATDN EXPANDED nuts are among the other feeds _. .n..u_ __ _
: :; 101/-0., IOC 1 home, Palm City Farms. Mr. Gainesville Nov. 28 Non- which can belied U they are at
( {t" t End Cut PorkCHOPS Can Rink Is a brother of Mrs Van Florida resident! will be accepted hand.Poujtrymen. CAMPBELL'S
'I Ness: Mr. and Mrs Deal of Norfolk for admission to the University also are urged to

t i t ti\: :\ : : ,; 1..1 lb. C Ann Page guest, Va.of,the also Van will Ness'be. house They February of Florida 1M8 beginning term, bringing with the to take every of feed.precaution Every good againstwute poul.tl7man Tomato Juice 2f( No J 2 cans 25//

'a j. f $ I are moving back from Norfolk to an end a post-war ban on out keep his feed hoppers
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Lamb Shoulde BAKING West Palm Beach. In good repair and about all of KRAFTS COBBLER
: I' ,,1 er-State students President J. U. 5. NOI1 I
Mr. and Mrs Charles Evans them are built so the bird won'twaste
Hlllla .,
Miller ha announced.S.
,. ; ROAST 4 C spent last week camping along much feed but how about MAYONNAISE 42d 'POTA QjIbs..45
4 : ) Ib. POWDER the Martin Highway Mr Evans F. Osteen, who was born In In the feed house) Doe any ._
I I Shank nd received an injury when his Trenton, Florida and entered feed get wet and spoil? Are then
I :' ; 12 o horse shoved him into a tree the service of the Seaboard Airline any rata or weevils in It, U so, OVERSEA
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: II: Sunnyfield Sli d Can Mr. and Mrs John Leighton Railroad In Tampa In 1930 declare war on them Immediately -
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have reported their daughter, a* a switchman, has been appointed because any feed wasted Grapefruit Juide 2 NJ..2 cans 19Markel /
I BACON lb. C Ann Page SALADMUSTARD Jan Improving Assistant Superintendent U not only a loss to the poultry-
Palm City and Stuart friends of the SAL Virginia Division man but to the cause of caving
; ,: Florid of Mrs William C DeLong regret and will make headquarter in grain a* well.Another .
Grade A
J Shipped I to learn of her present Ill Richmond, it was announced rtreeently. way to conserve feed
I ',.1:11, Drawn-Quick Frozen ness. For the past 10 day she I iI to dispose of the roosters onAnthony's Specials I
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I I Herb-Ox Vege&bU ea. tagoo Irr, pk,. For Fri. and SatLSpecs HAMS 6Sc
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; ,1 Bullion Cubes ..lOc akes ... .. ...30c24Mu1. I 1L BACO
No 28 & 29 Ib ,.
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i 11 r I I, I call .20c S ap .......... ................._9c CANNED

,.1{ : I'a Bell's PoultrySeasoning Iv lrg. pkg.t GENUINE AGED
I PQMTSAUSAGE53c
t ;. 1 !': fflcg. ..9c F keg ...... .... -33c MILK2une 5c j.
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: I 1 SUGAR 5 5lba 41
4 Ivory Na so STEAKS 73c
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Ivory Toilet, Nab eq Irg. pkg. CORN 2 r6iAkli 5 HERMANS ORANGE BAND FRESH KILLEDDressed M

t' l1 SOAP 1 100% Bran _22c WEINEBS .. '37c Drawn \ Ib. 69

2reg. bars ..l21c: BritfitSail Vs Gal, SWEEy 2 No. 2 Vi ens' anq .
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..t't' d1ydl reported. hUldlln1l
I ''j I,S I SALES / See U* For 1947-48 HUNTING DATES NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES PRODUCEFLOWSHOWS crates of green towWy'l, ;,

h \: '1111;' &: Repair* and FIRST DISTRICT-Buck deer and turkey, Nov. 20-Jan. S. ColumnBy toes 1,528 field crates 01 pent\:
'I .. The County Agent's and 288
D Pinks
fA G ., for
: I I First four days open, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday closed GAINS ending Nov 15. till"
"t; 11; r'I SERVICE Parts thereafter. Quail and squirrel Nov. 20Feb.I First four day incises brought The pvq t
I "II' '' /' I Ii. open, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday' closed thereafter. L. M. Johnson raging J33B, the W to $UI,,e
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i. t I '. ,r!i SECOND DISTRICT-Buck deer and turkey gobblers, Nov, $9.10, averaging plat .i
Jacksonville, NOT 26.'; Tomato $4.93,
,, less used for breeding -
I Extension they are 1IarIIi
I BAUER The Agricultural
V' f. .. ARNOLD 20-Jan. (. Monday, Wednesday and Friday closed. Oilchrlst tag of eucurabert, '
ha evolved four-point purposes Roosters don't Improve shipments from Fort Pierce beans has IIIIIIIb III',
Service
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; County closed for deer. Clay county closed forHurkey! and deer added
3), ',' ; St.Lucia Boulevard Phone 142.W I Quail and Squirrel Nov 20-Feb. 1, closed Monday, Wednesday program for saving feed which production, besides, they mounted rapidly during the last the Fort Pierce II1IIer1aJ1" i
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gII. eat a lot of feed, and generally\ week, Wauchula's cucumber forwarding krtr _
I" tvr. and Friday ha been approved by the State won't grow much, to why not held to the high levels -
THIRD DISTRICT-Buck deer, Nov 20-Jan. S. Open everyday USDA Council composed of rep get rid of them. The same thing of recent week and at other pro-
: I Turkey, Nor 20-Feb. 1, open every day. Quail and squirrel, resentatlve of' all Departmentof Is true with non-laying hens. duCq centers the pow of fall pro
: Nov. 20-Feb. 19 Open every day Agriculture agencies working There Is a significant advantage duct brought a rising tide of
I. j RDEN FRESH FOURTH DISTRICT-Buck deer, quail, turkey and squirrel In Florida This program 'lI1'Ies in using cockerels for broilers revenue to producers, and steadily ( m
r. 't I Nov. 20-Jan. 5, First four days open* Monday, Tuesday and rather than straight-run chicks mounting activity for the
'. H Frui & Vegetables farmers, ranchers and growers of worker THE MOST C
;, ; s Wednesday closed thereafter Monroe,Dade and Broward counties Experience has shown that where thousand engaged
I closed tor deer and turkey. to: 1, Produce as much feed as only tA pounds of feed 1 11 required in handling the harvesting RETAIL AND W 0
I E '' ; RED ELICIOUS possible at home both grain and to produce cockerel broil sales and transportation of
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;: pasture S..Make full use of pasture ers averaging S pounds in 12.2 Florida contribution to QGIN
t t ; APPLES days open Monday, Wednesday and Friday closed thereafter.Turkey weeks It takes 121 pounds of the; nation food supplies. The
quail and Nov. 20-Feb. 1. First six for grazing I. Keep only;
squirrel day open feed to Port Pierce State Farmers' Mar-
.39ct produce pullet broilers
I 31 .. .. .... THE PAl
I I', ,, l J J I Monday, Wednesday and Friday closed thereafter efficient animals and poultry, 4 averaging the same weight In ket handled USI field crate of BEACH
"' '.' Waste no feed. 1SJ week. green tomatoes In a threedayperiod 417 OKEE BEE 1060PHON
NEW CROP HUNTING REGULATIONSThe last week at prices rang- 23Todq'e
I" Those Interested In growing local cattlemen and others Interested fg\ from $3 to $8.90, while an
1I. RANBERRIES39c following la a resume of bag limits ana the 1947 general tobacco plants on contract should In roping contest are additional 978 crates of pinks
'i Lb hunting regulations: ." get In contact with 'L. A. Mc- invited to attend such a contest ranged from |1 to $7.50
I sea,,., "a NIIC MCIHC IU COt The days bag limit !is buck deer, 1, turkey, 2; quail, 12, Kenzl.t indlantown. Paul M. to be held at Indiantown Sunday Manager M.I E.!: William of The( MilkTekiP
Parker EMPEROR cat squirrel, 10; and fox squirrel, 1 Season bag limit is buck Hoenahel and Stanley Smith are at 2 p'm. at the Troup Broth Fort Pierce Market In a reportto oduced
:! Jane Delicious GRAPES deer, 2, turkey,'4; quail and squirrel, no season limit making dally cuttings of ,lad1- en ranch Admission Is free All Jacksonville office 6 fFlortda
DONUTS oil Ed Stifles and Percy Huge; local cowboys Interested in en- State Markets forecast a move*; and
3 Varieties 2flbs. ......... .... .......27c larger These than hunting 10-guage methods and of-are more prohibited than three-shell: using shotguns capacityguns are picking and shipping yellow tering this contest are requestedto merit of 20,000 crates of tomatoes steurizedto
squash this week this week.: The speedy pickup
In touch
get with Jim of
Dozen I ,. ..19c ( may be plugged to limit the capacity to not more than Day
ISP 'George Fletcher, Jr. who I 11 In the Troup Brother ranch. This In harvesting 1 Indl cated by the artin
three shells) firing from other than the shoulder, shooting Caualya
I.I ; guns charge of the variety field trial
should be and
i Ann Pag* Prepared RHUBARBSPAGHETTI an Interesting entertaining -
I' birds over a baited area, shooting quail on the ground; bunting for the Bell Olade Experiment contest since I
I.f" Ibs. ..........................,29c turkey with a dog, hunting or killing deer while swimming, use Station being mad this year at contestant from Okeechobee roping, omics Notes,"Mrs. Virginia Rags- is Daiq
v lO'/ilox. Cans of artificial light, fire, net, trap, snare poison, salt-lick: or of Indlantown ha some Interesting Klsslmmee and Martin Countywill dale .
\ ,: 2 for i .. .25c WEFT airplane, automobile, power boat, sail boat, boat or craft under plantings of tomatoes froma compete.; Suggestions Thurs, Dec.on 4 Handling- "Seasonal Milk 0 on 1142 Aril
and stand
OTATOES sail or towed by any of aforesaid devices Use of gun with variety fertilizing '- Cows," C. W. Reaves
Rich Creafny Ann PageDR0SSING In woods Is point.' In addition, Fletcher ii Florida
4 IBs. 29c headlight prohibited. Farm Hour Broadcasts -
planting a small commercial
s LAD The discharge of firearm Is prohibited upon from and Held of the new' blight-resistant ,Station Wally, galnesvllle.
I SWEET JUICY across State Road No 27 (Tamlaml Trail). State Road No. 2<, Garden State tomato. This variety Fri Nov 28 "Florida Livestock -
ORANGES State Road No 25 tin Palm Beach County), and Highway of of tomato also will go into I Market Trends," Gifford CENTRAL MARK1T
Pt. I .,31 Monroe county. the variety trials and fertilizing i Rhodes

No better I at any Pn 8 Ib. bag ........ .....29c tests George Fletcher has a Sat. Nov, 29-Fifteenminuteprogram .
very plot planting of tomatoes at 1230. ME
has been a patient at St. Mary'sHospital
A & P GFt\DE A 1UGAR ADDEDAPPLBSflUCB":2 Palm City News In West Palm Beach. which will be picked within the Mon. Dec. 1 Decorating for
1 next weeks. He fortun- the Christmas PRODUCE and ROCERIES
I'" The best wishes of all go to her few : was Season, Brdman _
ate In pulling these tomatoes West.
I 1'' 17c for a speedy recovery. the storm and COURTEOUS C -
through period
CHURCH BAZAAR Mr and Mrs John Stanley of Tues, Dec. 2-"Contributing
I i', lie will have some of the earliest Factors In Insect
ANN PAGE DELICIOUS Jupiter formerly of Palm City Infestation Y -' CO NiENTLYLOCAD2nd
have reported their 8montholdson tomatoes In Martin County Around Homes," Dr A.N Tissot,
Ij,1, ', I" GR APE JAM ''r 21c SET SATURDAY seriously Ill In the Good Samaritan W. L. Sullivan of Stuart has a Farm Question Box. j aDd Akron Joe B..I.
dragline on his farm in Palm
..._. Hospital, West Palm Wed, Dec J "Home Boon-
Beach with double pneumonia City ditching: and diking: th*
1 A & P HALVES NPEELED Charles area In preparation for the new
+- Ely of South Bay on
N STUART Lake Okeechobee: died the mid- water control system he Is put-
'II I ;( APRIL TS 34c dle of September. He had been ting In to control flood water

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In an Iron lung for five weeks.
I I i' By MRS ANNA B. DAY Mrs. Ely will be rememberedhere The USDA urge poultry rail GROCEROPfCIALS3cans27
IONA
S ICED
R HALVES
as the former Edna Freeman era to produce as much feed as /
N2 The Palm City Church aid Two week ago a baby possible at home This Is a practice
tj j ,t!' PEACH 27c Christmas Bazaar and bake sale daughter Edna Marie was born which ha been recommended -

I : will be held next Saturday, to her. Her many friends here for years and Is especially ap- Tomato
It. I 'I } ANN PAGE Ve tarian, Boston Style or with Pork weather permitting, In the vacant wish to express sympathy to her plicable now. Succulent green Soup '. /
and her family in her recentloss. Feeds long have been recognized
II '
: !" 1 t BEANS 23cDelicious pace beside the Bess Hard- ton' their vitamin content and < .
!t'' j ; I 4';, ware Bldg. If not there, it will Mrs. Earl Tlllman of Stuart high nutritious value. It 1 II reasonable PHILLIPS DELICIOUS GA.CC D

L be In the Post Office Arcade spent Wednesday with Mrs Ar- to expect that b j keeping
ti I IONA-HEA UL Patronage will be appreciated. pad Barat succulent green feed available BEANS 2..21:o : c GR 'N 2 No.2 25c

I :; 1 Mr and Mrs. C. H. Rowe of Barney OSteen Jr. arrived for the birds the whole year the With Pork cans<
; TOMATO ICE'S20c' home recently from Texas wherehe total commercial feed consumption
.. Akron, Ohio, have recently'
I : had spent several months at can be reduced by 15, and
L. bought property north of the the home of his sister, Ovaida. la some cases 20 per cent. Boscul Coffee lb. 491/
; I A&: P'If land owned by Mrs Holly and Mr. and Mrs. I E.!: M EOgbe*. Mr ',Again we look at those crop .
j1 ii i ,; A &0> MEATS Wallace Bud Their son, J. H. and Mrs.V V.Wortham and Mr. which can be planted this month

\ Cut Right. Tri med Righti'1 SPINACH Howe, and wife are here with and Mrs. R.F.Wortham attended and grazed by the chicken MOTTS APPLE 51 ER F ss
them. They now have tents the Veterans ball game Saturday Grains and leafy crop can be
SUPEKKTE No. 2 erected and expect to build soon evening In Okeechobee: raised Quite successfully in the JUICE qt. 25c S UE RAUT2a:25c:::
,. 130 C Mr and Mrs Edward Shifter The Palm City Woman Club pens and all the chickens can bottle,_ ._.
j I.?! ;' Can. are making their home west of met Nov. 20 instead of NOT 37 harvest them or they can be
,' ,j RIB Na 2V. the Van Ness home near Martin due to the holiday. Next month grown wherever space I 11 avail SELECTED''
17Cf' Highway Mrs Shifter gives It will be a week early. The able In Belch Crop that can be
e ; STEAK Ie Can. Swedish massage treatment to Christmas party for the club will planted during November include Georgia Yams / I. 5 Ibs. 33//
:e lb. many here in the county: Mr. be held Dee IS Instead of the oats, rye, Italian rye grass, .
i Ann Page Condensed Shifter la employed at the Port 25th in the afternoon. Inexpensive White Dutch and Dixie Crimson
,t! t Chuck Bewail Inn gift will be exchangedand clovers, sbalry vetch and Dixie LUNCHEON
ZEPHYR BRAND ATM B CKHAWK
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Mr and Mrs William Prink of refreshments served Wonder and Caley pain Corn,
1lJ: :\ 'J ROASTib.61CTOMATOSOUP R West Palm Beach will be Thanksgiving min, sunflower seed and peanuts RAISINSr Jp : 13c MEATL 43(

1 k guests at the Van Ness' REGISTRATION EXPANDED are among the other feed ; : --,_-_ ..___. ..'
; home, Palm City Farms. Mr. which can belied If they are at
1 IOC 0 C C'ki Gainesville, Nov. 28. Non-
) e'g; End Cut Pork Fink Is '
r 1 !: I g Can a brother of Mrs Van Florida residents will be accepted hand. CAMPBELL'S
Ness Mr and Mr. Deal (of Nor- for admission to the University Poultrymen) also are urged to
; 4 l I A, l CHOPS lb. C Ann Pae folk, Va., also will be house i of Florida beginning with the- take every precaution: against Tomato Juice 2f NoJ2 cans 25KRAf7"S /
of ,
: j i guests the Van Ness' They' February 1948 term, bringing to waste of feed. Every good poul- I
d V ji' are moving back from Norfolk to tryman keep his feed hopper I
an end a post-war ban on out-
; : Lamb Shoulde BAKINGPOWDER
1 'Lif West Palm Beach. I of-8tate students President J. In good repair, and about all of I U, S. NO l COBBLER
Mr. and Mrs Charles Evans mills Miller has announced.S them are built so the birds won'twaste
'A, '; I ;' \ ROASTSunnyfield 16. 4 C spent last week camping along; much feed, but how about MAYONNAISEpt.42 POTA OES 10lba 45
who
the
Martin Highway. Mr Evans In in the feed house) Does any
s i Shank sad received an. injury when hit Trenton, Florida and enteredthe feed get wet and spoil Are there
1 j ,4 i i. : ii{ I 12-oz. 13C' horse shoved him into a tree. service of the Seaboard Airline any rat or weevils In it. If so, OVERSEA
J ri ) Sli d Can Mr and Mrs John Leighton' Railroad in Tampa In 1930as declare war on them Immediately -
1 I, i j' BACON have reported their daughter, a switchman has been appointed because: any feed wasted Grapefruit Juide 2 N* 2 cantjWMarke !
j U Ann Page SALAD Jan improving. Assistant Superintendent Is not only a loss to the poultry"man .
I ___u Palm City and Stuart friends of the SAIL Virginia Division but to the cause of saving
: 'is Shipped Flon Grade A MUSTARD of Mrs William C. DeLong regret and will make headquarters* In train a* well,
S to learn of her present Illness Richmond, it was announced re- Another way to conserve feeds
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