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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 4, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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THE STUART,NEWS, STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY NOV( <, 1848. # Al iftNTS





lounty Backs Dewey, Warren Rogers 10 Amendments \\11.





lepper to Speak Here Monday Night..1 s 5 TRUMANSECOND '


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IDS CHAMBER 3 Days Left to File for City >1; J:,., t t I I,, f' .
ACKER CRUSHED
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NO CENTER Election Dyer Makes BidOnly Truman ,...............:.w..jU. 243 111 75 41 '' 97 12 70 802

; Thurmond ._..........,,'-.. 52 94 68 22' 23 27 0 '32 318 -

Dewey ......... .........1245 258 lU 59 97 83' 11 24 938 Kaltenborn Loses 3-11 Only

GRAM AT 8 8at 8viet three' days remained been elected Unopposed! in ,his Wallace .. ......_,.. ....... 0.-, ,.,..1 8 11 2 5 1 0 28 Proposal No, 2 Find

after ,today before the filing four previous terms Warren ..................._1203 430 259110 110 139 17' 106 1,473 Disfavor

deadline at midnight for the annual TO date the candidates for the Acker' . ... .., 76 8h-.66! 17 27 85 3 2 301 //II

Stuart Hotej 1 month city in primary which two election! seat this on commission Include Incumbent Gray..... ... ......"" ...........246 3 t4 222-7 98 124 lIS 67 1.215 Martin County' (leave Gov!

ill W.lcotn. U. $.. the City Commission and the K. S. Stlmmell seeking a second Ervin ............ ..... .... _..251 336 213 77 97 122. 16 68 '1,179 ernor Thomas\ E. Dewey a
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Senator municipal Judgeship will be term Charles A. Chrtstophe. Gay ,.. .. ......__ .344 341 216 80 98 125 16 67 1.297 plurality of 136 vote' berTresident

filled and Henry P. Lyons. In addition Larson . ........239 324 207' 74 84 l1S", ta 62 1,116Bailey Hurry Truman,

[ S. Senator; Claude' Pepper A check at city hall this mornIng to BUmmell the other outgoing ... ..... .. ___..227. 313 195 70' 83 113 13 58 1.072 ,balloted at a 3-1 pace for:

rlda> will be the speaker attanaUon showed no .additions durIng commissioner la Mayor W. Mayo. .... -- 235 336 207 77 92' 113 14 6g 1,143 ,Kepretentative Dwight L

meeting of Mar- the past week to the three R. Baker. Terrell .. ... .. .. _...196 275 169 60 75 94. 14 45 928 Rogers and 6-1 for Cover:
unty Chamber 'of. Com previous filings for the commission Both commission seat ue Adams ... ..... 202 287 191' 61 79 94 11 49 974 nor-elect Fuller
but late yesterday afternoon to be filled for two-year terms. Warren anO!
i in Stuart Civic Center at posts incumbent City Judge The Judgeship Is a one-yea Sebring. .....-._ 185 268 171 56 69 93 11 40 893 approved 10 of the 11 proposed

Monday. Harry ... Dyer filed for a fifth term. The primary election will Hobson1- .. _......197 272 174 59 711 \ 94', 11 40, 922 amendments to the ,

tor Pepper responded to term. pyer has yet to face opposition be Nov. 23 and, tne genera bal Mack .. ... ...... .... ......196. 268 177 63 83 99 12 43 941 Hate C(institution, according "

nvltatlon from Roy States CLAUDE PEPPER for the position-K having lotlng on Dec. 14 Rogers. ....."' .. w.....m.__'..206 .341f208 68 76 108 18 68 1,093 to finallJnofficia\\ !! ,

:Abstract & Title !nsur- Kaltenborn .. ..... 104 95 80 211 41 39 3 9 396F. of Tuesday's general elec ,"

| Company her*;'newly elect Building 18,560 ACRES A. Smith .... ._ .. .183244 143 53' 68 90 12 41 834 tion.The

t t. vice-president of the civic WARREN PARADE City M B. Smith ........,..183 239 150 52 66 92 11 36 829 two major presidential

It Kanner ... ... .. .. .212 349 224 83 87 112 11 44 1,122 candidate split the county'seight
Slump Snaps Ovel'lltreet 172 240 147' 49 66 92 10 37 813 preelncts, Dewey takln*
board of director county PLANS READIED SOLD TUESDAY Jensen Beach, Hobe Sound and
355218 U 41) 1.185
city official will meet with Keith 256 105 87 108 Stuart's two wan Truman theHARRY
Building activity In Stuart (Rowell) I 7 4 0 0 2 0 0 14 .
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at 6 1
at a supper p.m.q ---- (
at Stuart Hotel dining I Governor-elect-Fuller Warren during October rebounded l froma FOR $111.400Sale lIancock. .. 294 303 248' 10r-- 132 17 64 1,343 '1 '
two-month slump on the Pomeroy .. 253 358 218 92 87 U3 12 51 1,184COUl'llon .'
The entire"Imembershipthe i official Inauguration committee ,
strength of six permits' Issued 1:286Kickliter :
276 878. 230 98 99 132 14 59 w
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are invited to l suggestion that an official last week by Building Inspector
public
of 18,560 acres In Marti 102 14 6J: 1.297
'. . .. .272 388. 224 101 US. I
evening affair, at the Civicr. float building firm in Tam- John N. Mann. and Palm] Beach Counties by the Oughttirobn.245- 838 205 77 92.1 U 1Z 51 1,1311

pa be employed to construct afloat est A single-month total of IS permits figure the in nearly high : Southern States Land and Tim Clonts _......,........ ..286 370 223 97 96 120 16 61 1,269Rollins ,<

w officers \tobe' Installed representing Martin County two years were Issued with i ber Corporation to Lake Farm ,........ .. ._ 214 333 212 81 87 .1l( ,1a 50 1,104BlakQee

A. 8. Blair, Stuart Auto I In the inauguration parade In valuation of $38,900, fourth highest I Company of Sebrlng represent I, '_ ....... 226 355. 224 84 78 124 .13 31 1,141Cartwright

P. president States, vice-: : Tallahassee Jan 4 was rejected valuation this year. The October ed by Capt. O C. Westervelt wet .... ....... .. .194 32\1\ ',196 72 74 109 ,,9 32 .1.015
dent: Arthur Dehon, Stuart' Unanimously by the volunteer figures exceed those for consummated Tuesday In West (Caveny) 0 0 0 O'' 0 0 0 15 15 1 \

ir, 2nd Vic*.president; Jack' citizens afternoon committee last Thursday I August and September combined } Palm: Beach State documentary i'llton' I .."- 283 NO'7176, I 'JO 60 88 .,8 2r- ---9 R6 !

denon, 8airnofc secretary Meeting in attorney David M. I II stamps on! the deed filed (Wilkie) 73 22 '" 15 2 1 9 .0 0 122 cI I
October
d Irons. Citizens ,Bank: Marshall office the committee I Largest went permit to the Issued Kanner in Land: here Tuesday indicated sale price b.m 137 248 161 63 101 8r-0 782'S

Instead felt such a float couldbe of $111400 ."p" 54 6384 16 61 804
urer.e Company' for construction of a Fletcher .. 142 23. ,1150
new directors will consist built locally wljh the local talent" $15,000 store building In Feroe The lands whlcii lie about Parker. .. __ 236 371 224 103 81 119 10 47 1,192
Its action cleared for
W. Moon whq recently; way Subdivision between Osceola halfway between Hobe Sound Williams 178 288 J89' 79, 76 96 'S 31 951
md finance ,
tloat
the design and Indlantown include 1408(
%Red Olympla Ice ComHpbe -' committees to start work headedby and Flagler Avea .The two-store acres In this county and 4,680( Wood -. ... ..166 .228, Ii 150 53 85 80 11 28 791

&.1\i Hot
: Herbert Rice, Staurt' King respectively The commit*, be Jan;: 1 include all 1 4111111- Dease, ............... .-.....' p7.w.: 2091; 124 46 6 ): 8t 16 55 722
: : :
mrant operator.. Osorge Hlnus Ue also rejected a motion to alter business Last weekpermits'by Issued lions 1, 2, 11-14, 20, 21 KitchJnjf .',. .,'" ...:! ,..lI ao-t9.-,8; 9-,192 ", 41. ,Ir IL Rt 89"1.k4tso> 945
J lU plantshould th Tallahassee 29 all 15 22 below the '
Tropical ftrins grower'IJ ;) with through Saturday included: of and Amend -For ... .. 246 249 160 67 11 108 2 28 931 TRUMAN
.Leslie J ansen Beach ret committee flttfcgret pararucaa.w. W. ".H.r.j, Lincoln.,, ,Jupiter road and halves of I. .Against.. ......... 65 III ,87 25 34 30 f3 S5 400 --- -
them. Attending/ Thursday """ Lei S, Bxk t, trains and 10 In Township 40 Rang 1
| operator. meeting were T. J. F, Kennedy, SO br It ft. mifhncg.: Faireo'sbdillattIa SI HI 40, and all of Sections 18 19. 29 Aintrid, -For.. .. .... ., .91 108 76 25 25 56 4 12 396 other four Dlxle rat J Strom :,
Marshall Harry F Dyer. E. FJohnwick Lou fur M L.and A TreM.II ilUratloiti kulljlmon and 30 and west halves of 8 and Against ... 94 145 103 30 46 42, 12 .32 504 Thurmond failed tp make a seri

YCEES RAP King Dehon, Price Oaefola: Av a;;!,I*.."SftOt4ttv4 :. 5.6. 20 in Township 40, Range 41 in Amend 3For I. .. 49 95 60 19 28 40 3 6 300 ous threat' In any precinct although -

( French Curtis Whltlcar, C. B. .loH, lot'. S, .,IterBtloiw and. rrpHir' Martin County: and seven sections Against ....... .. 75' 63 70 19 20 22 9 11 289 he edged out Dewey forrunnerup
Arbogast, John J. Moore David *. .uuld' BUIr. ..4 ffr* sons. it"tdMoln. In Palm Beach County, 8'9 492 in No t, Indiantown.\ "
Kr C hniUnd' Woodl.. H.rk, Amend 4 _For .. 95 156 104 29 86 57
B Irons, Jr.. and E.: A. Wennin \ .. IxH i. III'''Kk "S, t-:. ID b, II Southern states retained half-\ 45 48 39 12 12, 14 7 11 188 Progressive Henry Wallace got
CK ESTIMATE Jr.COUNTY. ft. mldmM' II.>0for '. Interest In oil gas and mineral Against only 28 votes from six precincts
ger Martin county OammlBalon. .>.(" 89 27 30 55 9 S. 405
14-4. Rim 41iMItkn rights on the lands.) Amend 5 -.-For .... ..' 69 121 Rogers did hot receive a threatIn
4 hoHtwl 4
I : COMMISSION : to teuntr' J.irN'l>r ft: Captain Westervelt a retired Against 40 42 34 6' 13 5 8 11 159 any precinct as ,he defeated
With 1 by 7 fl. r>rck. mUntM, tar .' 83 129 84 25 39 44 8 6 418 Rolf Kaltenborn, the Republican
denial ot the underling I MEET CANCELED TUESDAY jailer 18 109. Naval officer from Chapel Hill, Amend. -For,
orous too A. Drmkr ..tM and bound.Strt 12 9 8 10 182 candidate by nearly 700 vote
For ln 13
N. C.. la reported by County] Against .. 50 44 36
that they feel the pro- t, Twp. It. a.n.. U. .o..i.l4rlvx ,
ed new city dock will cost an Tuesday general election ..n. 110*. Agent 1. M. Johnson, to have sold Amend -For 17 86 65 lIS 30 36 8 4 301 Warren had an even easier tlm&against
cancellation of the recently his lands in Highlands 9 12 8 10 171 Bert Acker of the OOPas
mated $262,000 plus Interest caused TOLD Against .... 56 46 31 9
FUEL CONSUMPTION
the scheduled regular meeting of County in preference to these 82 61 28 32 8 3 278 he compiled the most vote
made Monday night by Amend -For 48 116
bureau of the For any single candidate(\ IncludIng -
Commission at the The inspection: here, and now ts.maklng a survey -
or Chamber of' commerce the County that afternoon. The: State Department of Agriculture of these preparatory to beginning AgainHt "_ .. 49 45' 32 6 8 12 8 11 171 105 of 107 cast in Indlun- ,I
court house \
wing Its dinner meeting at 26 35 8 2 278
47 80 65 15
board met briefly In special ses-, reports 187,688 gal. of gasoline an extensive develop- Amend -For town. i
fit.Lucia Drill President W alan Monday morning to, preparethe and! 11739 gal. of kerosene were ment program both in vegetable Against 50 44 30 8 7 12 8 11 170 U flt margins:: were given '
cannot
ting explained they until county's eight ballot boxes. 'I' consumed in Martin County Farming ana livestock !Amend 10 -For 45 82 56 13 26 3'3 T 4 266 most proposed amendments .
cost \
mate safely the during September --.-- 9 7 13 9 12 173 particularly No I where
16 33
> experts It will meet again Nov Against 50 40 .
consult engineering j
the most Interest was centered.j
22 31 6 3 271 '
tough It is expected to be -- -- 2nd Garden Amend 11For 50 80 60 19
of ,
This 'proposal carried six :'t, '
what less than that figure, Against 47 38 83. 9 12 7 10 163 f
Work eight precincts with Its greatest '
Hobe Sound Bridge \
.yce*committee.of B A. Red- edge coming In ;Jensen Beach i
t, Jr. and J. S Greenlees t It Club Meeting INVITATION GIVEN 250 LICENSES: SOLD Tuesday. These Included 84 de- Mo S was the closest being favor- \\tl.y''j

Jtrrtng with City Commls- Be Done This MonthPlaplng TO MARTIN CROUPS linquent applicants who paid a ed only by an 11-vote margin .
nr Arle Stuart to determine l May Slated Sale of 250 new driver s licenses I $1 tardiness penalty, There Only proposal defeated was Not "

t estimate Monday State Attorney General-elect durtni/ October was reportedby were 2,973 sold before the Get which lost In every precintl i

ibert; King cooperation urged the among croupleek of more than 300 cu. Club and the residents of Jupiter -'-- Richard Edvln will be guest County Judge A. R. Clonts 1 deadline. but No C Palm City None of .;J '
Island unless the bridge is avail Dr. V. of the amendments carried all precincts U ; I
J Watkins professor
art businessmen with the yds of concrete with 150 more winter speaker at an all-day Armistice 1 because Indlantown vote li I '
able for the coming season
horticulture at the University of '
.'Coast Highways Associa-' scheduled to be placed this Week and we intend to do all possible Florida. will speak on Horticul Day celebration sponsored by News to Bring Horticultural rejected every one while Palm ''I ; ,:

plans, and Joe Mosley marks the start ot reconstruc. to speed the work to an ture" and supplement 'his remarks the Felix PoppelOOPost! 39, Of Vero City favored all 11 I" it'
dt a traffic committee seek- Widely Mattered write-In votIng -
or.Mia tion ot the Hobe Sound bridge early completion"A with film illustrations at Beach to whlclf all civic, Scout Readers !1 '
tetter parking conditions Meet to was evident in the day's re' ; I'
with nleht shift the project the meeting of the Stuart Garden
on
Ave. in the business dlsi over the Inland Waterway eterana and Auxiliary Society suits Especially was this true : :\
Funds were approved to progress continuing to be rapid, was started Sept. :a and GeorgeS Club. at the Woman I' Club actions in this county organt'l -- In the District 1 County Commission -
at 2:30 ,
: p m Monday,
tjKlng and Secretary Dan : according.to J. S. Bucks superintendent Brockway. West Palm Beach Members art urged to bring riled, The Stuart News Is bringing ods of Application" by David L race where a last-min-
adi to the State directors Brothers consulting civil engineer, last Horticultural Stoddard and A. Con ute effort was made to oust
for Cleary plant specimens and/or arrangements In addition to Ervin talk the the Florida Stile Robert
ting la Tallahassee Nov 13- told the Island commit, Democratic nominee Ransom
month
Construction Company of West of a patriotic, Thanksglvng Society to you of Florida Agricultural Experiment -
lohn, Todd was accepted as have been tee "the project can be com day' 1 program for which organizations over Tilton In favor of A. J. Wilkie of
.} member and Otto KublnsJylsltor : Palm Beach Crews week, pleted by Dec. llf the contractorwith or horticultural nature. In Brevard, Indian River Even though you weren t able Stations at,Belle Glade Jensen Beach, However, Wilkie'svote
days
working seven a Visitors of both sexes who maybe to attend the 61st annual contention
and carpenters his present crew used, two St Lucie and Martin Coun- and Homestead. J. t Ochse of was negligible In every pre
reported Interested In the West
Hucks i are in
I program of the group
I today are rushing work to permit shifts of operation Invited. ties are Invited will Include a Beach last week, amateur Miami tells of a new and highly cinct and aero In Nos. T and 8,
the placing of the 15q cu. Senator Evans Crary on Au,. free fish fry, a parade, a concert Palm and professional hortlcultural- nutritious tropical i p I n a c h A faint spontaneous effort was'
THE TIDES 12 told the committee the con two BUY GROCERY by- the Vero Beach High School lA made for Incumbent Representative It
Saturday. and
lovers farmers Introduced I the
yds by tate lower which 14 being
Hucks last Saturday stated, tractor on the bridge ..had Informed FROM ANTnONY HEIRS Band, games and contests, a Martin Count- Marvin H. Rowell, who wa.4Oeteated
.. him "that the schedule football game between the Vero citrus grower of Glades 'Fumigation of Muck In the second May Primary -. l
overall
..kilirf low water.0.-lost till >t t>..b "This Job the has Company top priority contract of work provides for completion Anthony'a Economy Grocery and Fort Pierce midget teams ty can receive the advice of in the the Soils' Is discussed by Mr. Ruth by George Keith but writetj ir
ta/Mit n.k mdlni. NowKlw. II. of work will be December 24 However they icon wilL celebrate Its 25th annlversary and in the evening fireworks and top-bracket plant experts S Wedgworth of Belle Glade; Ins were reported in only tout
':.'.IIUilu4 Fkour l Ttaw.< nlntiUf for (or Smln'I till" and U a result the the contract hope to be able to shorten! this as a. Stuart business establishment anclng State We will print the mess James C. Hoffman of Belle Glade precincts and none of these of k
I ...... .. ..I..." ,.. .... ea.I completed within work, la not period by 30 days It they do not has been purchasedrom \ ages they delivered to the. society tells of the weeding of celery any consequence.
I, ., W. H. 611.11oo11, time, providing the beyond run Into'"y unforseen difficulties [ other heirs of J. C Anthony COUNTY GOES GOP aerially on our editorialpale' seed beds with: solvent napthas; One forced write-in victory
A.:: riA. ....t 1:.. 'delayed due to contingencies .'" by one of the heirs. J. C Anthony AfTER 21 YEARS beginning this week. The causes of loss in the handling of resulted when W C. Caveny wai
controV.The I On Sept II 30 Senator Crary Jr. and Ronald C. Cross, News is" the only paper in Flori- potatoes are revealed in an article elected District Justice of the
10,44AlAt. Alga., .flat.' contract time, accordingto wrote the Committee "I talked ictlve manager of the store. An For'th* first Urn sine the da bringing this service to its by R. E: L. Greene of the Feace in the absence of any can
''''' ... .. .. n letter from J. M. Watson,
<< ......_ ..,.. ."t .Ise a, Road Department division with Governor Caldwell with the thony and Cross are making "Al Smith Rebellion" In 1928 readers. I State experiment station at didates' names on the ballot All
f'J :: t.64.6 1:60 8,40It StaU Fort Lauderdal to view of having the state compelthe plan now for the future growth Martin County east Its greatest These articles will Include: Gainesville tits rote came from Indlantown,
In
,... i'.10 .... engineer Residents eontractor to complete the >of the stort and will make an number of votes for a Republican "Wltche Broom of Oleander"a Citrus growers' problem are Among others receiving write
II. t... ..t .,14 Jaf the Jupiter "allows Island 150 days bridge prior to the last day provided announcement soon, they said. Presidential candidate discussion of a serious fungus gone Into by James C Morton, Ins were Otto J Matousek Chief
Committee, It Is anUclptted in the contarct." Heirs of J. C. Anthony, whose final tallies'revealed. disease injuring one of Florida organization director of the Roy Baker Harris R, Lowery
WEATHER from Aug 1. However work will be Governor Caldwell advised Interest has been acquired by Dewey led her with .3I votes Most common ornamentals, Erd- Florida Citrus Mutual; Arthur (rr., and II R Buttons
Ht that the November.' The me that the state could not Increase the new owners, are Mrs. L.'CKlcklltcr to Trumini 802 A vote of man West, mycologist attachedto L. Stahl, research director of Of the 8,(0> registered voter
completed In working the final contract price, ,. Mrs. William Penny 21$ for Thurmond aid II for the Florida Agricultural Experiment food technology at the Unlver- In the county J113 turned out or.
In
-. ....... cooperation necessary and efficiently He further stated however, that and Mrs 1. C Boggess.Th .. Wallace was credited by Dem'cratle Station ,tell causes city of.Ulan)!,' tell; about con. >42 per cent. The total turnout
;'i..v J =.. observer this job speedily he would immediately\ contact Anthony grocery was es- Party leader as cause and control measures.Bromelladi sumer packaging of. Persian included 438 In Jensen Beach.
ball.. ........ la assured rice- the Chairman and the Chief Engineer : abllshed; in 1924 across the for the trailing Democratic in Florida Horti limes, and J. i. Ochse, Miami, I )22) at Stuart No. t, 360 at Stuart
st.ogsousse_ adjuissame a-II V. R. Oorham! Cleary 30 to the of the Stat Road Department treat from Its) present location Tot*' for top office... Jensen culture" DY Mulford B. Foster, has an Illuminating article on I lo. I. 158 in Salerno, 172 In Hobe
president wrote July schedule -and direct them to communicate when Mr Anthony moved his Beach. Stuart, and Hobe Sound who discusses Florida's native the battle against trlsteia disease I Sound, 212 In. Palm City, 24 at;
:all t .86 grog committee, "Our work alloted time, with%the contractor family here from Georgia whereto rent for Dewey) Salerno, Palm air plants air.plant* gardens, of citrus The freezing preservation !'ort,Mayaca and, 126 in Indian-
:t ". .:: :, Ia baled on contract with the view of exerting pres- i had been In the sawmill con- City,Port Maraca and Indian- and the introduction ot exotic of tropical and subtropical own
l'; ......... ,. however, we anticipated November eomijletlcn sure upon the contractor to complete itructlon business. From a small town bad Truman lead. alr-plant species from the trop fruit Is discussed by Among the uncontested offices
I ::::::: :; in the month of that w* this work prior to schedule, jeglnnlng it ha become one of publican gubernatorial es. Margaret J. Mustard and Arthur Sheriff O M. Hancock proved
I II ,, Let me Msur the you conditions, an the basis that public necessity the largest independent groceres congressional candidates) Jte.1 Farmers will be Interested in L. atahl 'Vnlverelty; of Miami he most popular with Comptrol

_lib : are cognizant of Jupiter Wand required that this be bone" In Stuart snowed under locally ,"Tomato Fungicide and Meth- xpert (Continued .n pug Two> )
'. It.lPAU confronting the .
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P.1UC: TWO TRt SITAR JEWS SttAR1, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA TRTRSDAT, NOV, 1..S. k k.r
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1'I, I !PI UTILITY! TAX Court Denies I MORE ABOUT -

1 : ;i Meet Me At Kindreds TRUMAN SECOND
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r I ; ;:.":, i'.," !. !\' SO VERY PLEASANT S 'IIh' HAS BIG GAIN Motion in Suit Continued Fr m Page FI) CENTRAL MARKS


II\if "',': i t t TO .THE TASTE ; P t'OES".39c. :: I O Against CityA L ler C.C.Kickllter M day-and tied for Tax second Collector 48 ) MEAT c'c'ODUCE ('

.f cent utllltytax
( The city's per anti GROCERIES .
f- ARE FROSTED FOODS -- Hancock's 1343toppetj .
'I New CropPECANS took a long Jump' forward motion bYeounael foi vote behind.
during October when expend!: : George Ktlllj\ and A. t. KruegeiIn the list after Waters. COURTEOUS. SERVICE r ,
( i ti! !,t DEVOID( OF, *A pound 29iAPEFRUITl9c gf g- I tures from the fund of 1182.M: .their suit against the City! of Judge A. R Cloths reported r CONVENIENTLY!
I I six absentee ballots were
, ) t. WASTE / were the lowest since September Stuart tot entry tit a decree or only 2nd and 'Alt n
/
A1' ti 39
; ', 1j 11947, City Manager C: B. Kurtts I bill and answer wu denied bj cut between Oct and ill
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Ad'", k ,, ,. f; ES : ,office reported Tuesday. I II Judge\ C. E. ChlUlngworth of! CITY OCCUPATIONAL ,
, 'ipanPalm I \5 1 p 5 'tP ti | Income during the month was I Vest Palm Beach last Thursday LICENSES OVERDUE Sag
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; I. I IWith" $13327 and the' expenditure ', A hearing on the motion had I "
'" t ,'> '": "'J t Leave? Order Here left a net gain for October of I Ii been held in West Palm Beach. Addition Of the 10 per cent$ delinquency -

faclltN'' : ''i __ Fpr Turkeys | ft 15017.. second highest'In the i Oct. O and judge Chilling- penalty took effect at SERVING MARTIN
,'I : hall Tuesday morning for 0
IIlbl ] : tax* two-year history exceeded order filed here Saturday city
L\\ f. 't ; Nu-Maid Table U Hills Brothers 1i worth' was : applicant for 1948-49 city occupational
,
I
11 only by last August The
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l I ,i ; .C'- I gain brought the tax. revenue! license The penalty 4
<, It')' OLEO 33c i COFFEE' pound 49c- :I since balance February to $248230 The, highest second :''cause In his..as order referred the Judge to Clifton.",ted ;! for per cent tardiness after will Dec,Increase 1. to 25. Complete airy

l "i .\"\: Evaporated White House : years of the tax* operation will M Oaffney who was appointed I City Manager L. B. Emit4!: ot.I Daliver' In Jeans' l
'J' :i it -40 : end NoT. 30Il8 1 by the court as special examine: (ice-reported :258 of the permit Beach n Tueadays,
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I I through Monday 98
were sold ursda
>>q MILK 'APPLE BUTTER JO'1 sand Satsrda ,
t',. ] \, ,'- 3 tall u. ? BROWNIES GET to take the testimony within 8C of them in the final penalty-free se )
and bock. to the ,
report Oct 1
3'' i f.<:! ---- -. Jays i week. They went on sale '
tfyI MIRACLE. WHIP SALAD \ ;: PINS AT MEETING court Two of the plaintiffs' after about 400 were old In CRA6E
contentions, that the city duel. 1947-". '
; : 35 I Eighteen Stuart; : girls ,7 1 to ( exist and that 1U "
f, J DRESSING P4nt Jar not legally County occupational license PASTEURIZED! MILK
of became
I j I years age officially bond Issues therefore are Invalid "ales which began Sept. 15 total k
; ; _H I Brownies at the troops meetingat have been rejected; but ed 220 by Tuesday\ night These HOMOCrVlZEDVITAMIN
I I j' ,''I. Pillsbury Cold Medal 451SUP'E tJDS' pkg.- .. 31e : the home or ...rs A M Dehon. action has been deferred on have no penalty attached until# f
5 pounds I Ifl. 8t Lucie Estates Oct 26. Mre.Dehon their third,that city; assessments Jan, I.STUART. DT1ILK
.rLUUil I I Is assisted! with the troop their properties in St.
r, FAB pk .. 31c 1 against COFltECREYMWHIJT1NG: u
t, i pounds 89c by Mrs. Oarnt Leek and Mrs Lode Estates east of Krueger FEED STORE

SOAP, Palmolive, bath, 2. .25c 'SOAP, Octgon, 2 for. .17c: j:Velma Girls Mallon receiving their pins were' Creek unjustified and,in North. Stuart are SOLD BY TRUEMAN CRBAM
:Jo"Marie Ashley, Mary Berry, UR CREA
Toilet
SOAP, Octagon 2 15c
Sale of the Stuart Feed Storeby c
CLEANSER Octagon 3 20c Gloria Cabre Patsy Carter Jackie
VEL .. .. .. 29c ; Coleman, Rosemary Cote, Trueman Fertilizer Company C TTAGE CHE
: Stuart BPW of Jacksonville to Mr and Mrs.
--- ---- Nancy Crandall Sondra Dehon
.: Margaret' French Susan John L ,Davis of Stuart was revealed R AND EC
Name-lilt Great CIIde131 (Mystery Baby! Dressed I Mary here Friday upon closing
Hall, Jill Johnson, Elizabeth
Club
r f Drawn OrganizedOn bf the deal and filing of the
I I WINA'OF8RD: I 'Keller, Mary Lyons, Judy Mal- FROM
\\OURTRUCU
/ deed at the court house Monday
Me-
lon. Joanna Mann Cheryl
: In
Parkay Margarine's ENSfv '
morning State documentarystamps YOUR
Clukey, Phyllis Pence and Laura
50000.00 Contest! I Lb. 59c | Kay Whlticar Four other glrU MondayThe indicated a sale' price of. FAVOMTE CROCn

Set your tntry blank here-fnttr today ':.who missed and will the receive meeting their by pins illness Stuart Business and Professional $8000 The transaction Include",Lot M ORES' D IRY

\ Wasc n.in I next week are Kay King, Rocella Women Club was organized 12 In Danforth Subdivision together ,
FXTRA'' KINDRED'S SU/.ERETTE' : will an additional
give with the and
of 300 of I Dail ',Donaldson, Judy Joy Ruhnke, Monday night at a meet- building p.O._ ox 1042 Stuart,
prize $75 or gallops gasoline (Your Choice) to the end Betty Lee Whitlcar Ing at the Red Cross building business thereon and all rlparr
f i person who wine a Ford in this contest on an entry submitted I C H ESE ----- The club Is organisedunder Ian right. ,Jack Martin formerly -

through a Parkay purchase at our store Get your Lb. 4ge The phrase floriJa Tree Pros'pr'rity' charter of the Florida Federa- represented Trueman here. -----1. "-\..
I ,'ntry blank here! | was first used by Governor tion of Business and Professional
Women Clubs, District (, director
Armour's SlicedBACON Cut From U. S. Choice Beef nominee Fuller Warren being Mrs Vera L. Hall

: I G of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Edna
59C 5 CHUCK ROAST pound 6 Seware Coughs the Van Florida Acker, 2nd FederaUon vice-preaident of B&PW of

i fresh Pork, Sale \ Front Comma Colds Clubs, and Mrs Maybelle Li Andrews -
Ij I both of Miami, were present
j HAMS, poundSHQULDERS. 55c SIDES, pound 43c ThotHAN/ON to supervise the Stuart or

pound .47c' LOIN ROAST, pound 55c Creomublee MiiU)beciuwl ganization. Mlsa Mary Shackel-
it gas right tp a at l oi the usable lord acted u temporary chair.
i to help I f opal germ Ides man and Miss Lucille Inscoe as
I' regm sad aid urt la soothe and i temporary secretary during the
I tit raw, tend mod bronchial proceedings and the reading of

KlNDItDS I SllPtRlTTi 1 1 Int. n w 'ouememhr 1 you le dlyourdruitiUiKCKomuluon the Officers federation elected by-laws.are Mrs Anna

n. 4 erinhVhs ua fnunimt rVMnuK Ilk Hupfel president; Miss. Amoy
11 I dr yy it (uKklr llifrah* nu hl Mrs.A
ldentJ COFFEE.i2
waE'1 1st
aa! tr Xo has. rant aAan bi.CREOMUIS10N.' Hulls vlce-p.rt'
,t see R, ClonU, 2nd vice-preslednt\ ,
Mrs. Marie Pannell, recording
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for Coughs,ChestC 1dsBroRchitis secretary.;,, Mlsa Myrtle Dyer
l __ ...... _. corresponding secretary, and
Ir ;" Mrs. Elisabeth Htronlmus, treasurer -

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i ,, : Charter members aer Mrs Gelatin. d Pkked Black Eyed/
t Royal
Jrin oiler's
Back Again! ,
/ Huptet, Miss Hulls Mrs Cloths
.: .j .; Fr Delieioul Mrs Pannell Miss Dyer,Mrs. Hlronlmua DESSERT Al.tore 5 I PEAS 1
'' Jape Parker Famous r Golden Mrs Lettle Dugan, Mrs p l.lb. Cello g.
C, M. Walker; Miss Inscoe Mrs
..: LO CAKE17ea.25 C Ralph Daniell, Mrs Eula Travis, YORK APPLES, 31 .25c I Sweet Potatoes, _Ibs.. 25c
\ : -, FRUITCAKES Miss Marie Louise Sloan, Miss
Shackelford, Mrs T T?Oughter.son BRAZIL NUTS, Urge, ...29c ( U. S. l Potato ,10 lbs..39cFOR
Mrs Dorothy Pierce. Mrs
; : t ryk Anna Chlsholm, Mrs. Cecta Mae CAKES PASTRY, FRY!
: Oreen, Mrs George Keith Mrs
Frances Williams,' Mrs. Herbert
I k ', I Rice, Mrs. Roy S. States Mrs,
; 5-lb. Cake .3.85 Ruby'Brown Mrs. Ruth Heav .
"ere coy. .tuniG a ragtag ItA tq /r Mrs,
ner, Mrs Lucille Cromer
,t Marvel Homettyl 3-lb. Cake. 2,4-- Magdalena Maloney and Mrs CRIS. 3Ihe an
I BREAD Jane P>ricer Delicious Paul Jeffer *
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t tI '; 'i 1 I12 Cellophane Lb. Loaf Wrapped 18c 1 2-lb.Cake 1.25; n U UTS dozen Sugared. or' Cinnamon 18' 2 ACCEPTED Now'"KIWANI FRIDAY


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A & P Top Quality Western try A & P Farm Fresh The Rev" W: E: Rowell and C. Jim Dandy Water Ground ash' BI a Hawk Luncheon

a SUPER RIGHT MEATS PRESERVES/ 39'' PRODUCE R.member Helsley of were Kiwanla accepted Club at at new the MEAL 29Cf EA

l ,Jar club'* noon meeting, at the 5lb.b
Super Right Sirloin Green, Topped Woman Club FridayPrior ., I _
d + nbc Ann Page"Rich Delicious CARROTS to monthly filing of Dask Dog M lie es's AppleFOOD
STEAK 2 19C
: pound UJ 41' bunchea committee reports, two Key Club 2
25G S CE
'd super Right Chuck P., heap Jesse visitor Quigley, Donald,.were Bowden Introduced.and 17-ogress

:i + ROAST pound 69'' Sultana R /Kidnl' CELERY stalk t 16' ed President George Price Keith French has been annouc-elect.' RINSO, large pkg., T. 31c ( L FLAKES, largo pkt M, 3ksroarar
--
G lieutenant-governor\ for DIs.rict 'w g
PIUIT e
N ate or Brisket BEAfJS 2 ST 27'Sunnfield Ice bu. C 6 in: 1949, and A. C. Bridges COCKTAIL, No. 2/2 can,,;43c PP JUICE, can
'C
collected' the
$120 on
I I STEW BEEF 39'3 g LETTUCE 2 25P.ORK reported
f If pound Plain or Self Kiimg head. midget deadline football for report ticket slated sale with for, PILLSBURY'S BEST PLAIN

r \ 5-lb.' bag 37c Ked Delicious tomorrow noon'a meeting. The
t F SLR I IQIb.b.: 29C club had 90 W attendance
V73c APPLES 2
''t fc .*, CHOPS pound59C pn..d and ,3.1 for the month Its directors ,
t :_ met Tuesday night at
"Tendered-Smoked -ptel- -Bit Process PIMIENTO V Emperor ChUholms with Ira Decker ins FLOU01b.. bag
*

; ,i>> s1 PICNIC HAMS _pound'47c1 CHEESE 2 Lb: Loaf 87 ,DRAPES 2 pound. 25 80 hoot'VETS, BARRED !


i .ii) A &: P Grade A TRY ONE OF A & P', FINE COFFEES Prepared Ann with.Cheese ON FRAUD-CHARGES

Vin Ripened 8 O'Cloik Red Circle Bokar \ and Tomato SauceSPAGHETTI Tallahassee, )lot. i-Eighty: ; Rain's Black Hawk Lafib

PUMPKIN I 1.lb.ba /40c 1-lb.bag43e 1.lb.bag4Sc out of SI veteran suspected of, In 1-lb. Layer 91 11lb.Ar,
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fraudulent drawing of servicemen : sCON 65 LEGS
No. Yz can 15c 3-lb.. barf '1.15 3lb. bag 1.24 3lb. bag 1.29 "%- 25'A '* readjustment allowance pound. pound. _.
SAVE Vr TO.l*. A FOUND check In September have been r M.
can. Cerra
barred from any future benefits, Fed Pork Fresh Sid.

I Ht ,J I' HEED & P QUALITYFEEDS. TO YOUR STOCK AND PEts I'AND SAVE! 8.according Smith,chairman to statement of the by Florida Carl- HAMS
) i Industrial Commission, A :...... pound
'1 1'1'N Talco Talco / Talco 20% Daily Dally Daily Dog Food total of 090 have been disbarred

f LAY MASH SCRATCtf DAIRY HORSEFEED DOG MEAL 3-lbseana .25 since September the of program 1944.THE started. In ,
\ i i 25 Ibs. 1.19 29 Ibs. '1.18 FEED 81k> bag .53 CA FOOD'' I II IUp
\ { ICO lbs 4.69 100 Ibs. /449 100' lb.. 3.99 100 Ibs., ::4.30 25 lb. bag ,2.BO 3.8- a\ans 19eIntecticide

j'j't k 6 I Apple \ GROWER
h
i f. 1* p Pye Quick, pkg 39c Plenty of Parking Space at Your Friendly Kilzum, qt. ,. ..45c I

t t e
t1.L-:; : Armour's SAfe-os. can Woodbury I Ige. ba\

r t.'. < Potted Met ....:15c Soap, 2 for ..... ..27c MOT 0 PISTE
,I : RETAIL AND OLESALE4e
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Stal.y'a Cub. BI. WhiteFlakes
1 1MARKET
1 t III jr Starch, 2 21bs. 37c 2 pkg... .I7c 'I1Q Date Store
I
56 orWe
t t", ass E. Fourth SIr.ety
k St ru p, p t, ::19c Bleach, qt.., .J J lie 417 DtUCHOttF. Roil Ate Open Vedne6dsAkt

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turn THE; STT/ART NEWS.r8TQAR', MARTIN CO NtT, fLORIDA, TRTCSIUY, NOV. 4, M4S.! :t
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om i ranfngdale, t. x r andmooning 2 FOR ARE WOMAN'S HOSTESSES Edith Matthews STUART CARNIVAL '

In etoart. They; CLUB TERMED SUCCESSFULThe
visiting the families ohe Will Be Wed y
The Palm City
*' sisters, Mrs Joe Mos Woman Club P-TA Halloween carnival,
d I Mr C I* Coot met with tart Thursday at the church Here Dec 10 held on the Stuart football field

Mr Paul Mra.LaVerne. DeVllbis Van New and Saturday evening. received, a yl"I';
u hostess-
wi4 e ell A hoop rug donated to th* bee. 10 ha ,been selected at large on turnout the field The was costume led by parade the
00, .ar club by Mrs George Rowley, WM the date for the wedding her of school band. Judges were Mrs Citizens Martin.Co'Un
won by Mr*. Robert MUM oj Miss Edltn Florence Matthews, Nellie Pesonl, Mrs. Frank MlnicMte of
04ferf Waterbury, ConnRefreshments daughter of Mr, and Mrs S. A and Mr. and Mrs Hasty ,
bout f were served to Matthew of 112 South Akron Prize winner for the best costumes -
ofin Mr. Parker T Simmons, Mr*, Ave, and John E. Sadler, Jr. of In the pre-school group I
ee O. B. Cadwell, Mr. Jack Lisk, Fort Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. were Susanne Davey, prettiest;
Mr*. Charley Evan, Mrs. Qreg.ory I. E. Sadler of St. Augustine Florence Sttmmell, second prettiest "
; Mr. Ida M. Pinney, Mrs Their engagement Was announced ; Kenneth StlmmeU Jr., '
Charles Krumm, Mrs. Clarence recently. most original; Buddy Appleby, '
Feinauer, Mrs David Burchard, A candlelight ceremony with second most original; Joel Wallace The Public :
Invited
Mr*. Morris Cossaboom.'Mr*. 8 the Rer William E. Rowel officiating funniest, and Jim and Joanne is :
Q Crew; Mrs Sam Lane, Mr will be held at the Methodist Hltt, second funniest. ,
Henry Crews, Mr. Lucy Van Church at 7 pm. Invitations Elementary winners were JoAnn .
Frank Mrs Robert Montgom- ( are being sent only to,out Mann, prettiest; Patty Berry .
ery %frs. Row Leighton, Mr*. of-town residents but 1 o c a J second prettiest; Charles ,4'
.
LaVerne Van Ness, Mrs. Paul A friends of the couple are Invited Porter, funniest: Betty Callahan, .
old..hiened peVUbls, Mrs. William Burdick to the wedding. Members of the second funniest; Jo-Ann Mann, '
mere and Mr*. Mary Porter. wedding party will gather at the most original and Barbara Leigh- :
a.
en.IVa wet e home of the bride's parents Immediately ton and David DeBerry, second 'Fo'Meet
WAVER and Hear !
[ SERVICE HELD: ,
aline M.j .as after the ceremony; .most original '
we can have mbe. The Wesleyan Guild sponsoreda to receive the couple.PRESBYTERIAN High. school winners were <
Z. convenience for week of prayer service at the --.- Peter Barr, funniest; John fal- ,
le with 'WASTMASTERatla [ Methodist Church Oct 27. Mrs CLASS
EI a Water llratcrlml coner, second funniest; Brady

sfttt .ot bet** a water day, we we Letha the program.Lukens Mrs was In Arthur charge row-of .ENTERTAINED Mrs. F R. Horton FRIDAY entertained Richard Hartman,Allen Jack, most Ricardo original and; : '. ; ;:( ;:: : ':' : 't ;

...club t there w n<|rrha) let led the responsive reading the members of the Adult Bible Peter Barr second most orig / ,;,! \ ; :: : :,: ,, \
TM AST R featuree that followed. by a prayer by Mrs Class ot the Presbyterian Church inal, and Betty Barr, prettiest t'k',. I fig, 11.\'1 1f +\ n. r
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61Tk8 tiRYLCErLsaaselASTM Helen Bozone Mr*. Bob Johnson Friday at her apartment on The P-TA netted about $330 f ifelYY.i u 4r
'SriRWalwIlrat. gave a talk on 'Nurses inChina" Martin Rd. A Halloween motif It was reported !:'/:' : : :' '.
with the : :
equip hmmnl { .rf
ifs-Bet nan sad- the- and Mrs Kay Goetz was used and Halloween stories : ;;;\ : ,::: ::, ,/ .

Ieewlem ww-eewtr.L Aalh "Missionary! Work In America"' told. Refreshments were servedby ISO At ACACIA SUPPER \"r ,II', .. '.""I 1 ,, I. I
TO AS a ASTER Wooer \ solo,"An Evening: Prayer," was the hostess assisted by ,Mrs The Unity Acacia Corporation : R
tV I.NTttn for MMil lung by Mrs Fred Walton. The C guild president, Mrs H.O. Kin- were Dr. and Mrs A. supper at the Woman's Club Oct.: : \
/ dred, gave an inspirational story,, E. Young, H. B. Stevenson, Df 26 with about 50 members present : jl'f::: ;
Ay11A1Af ."The Handfull of Clay." and Mrs C A. Carriel, Mr. and A drive for fund to builda :
I The program wa* concluded Mrs C A. Lees Mr*. George; Por- Masonic Temple were started. i ; : : '
with a song and a gift offering ter, Mra. Lily Wily, Mrs Blanche It was announced that more I ,
01 Nurse In China. Pickle and Mrs. ....,. 1
Lowery Mr* than $3,000 has been pledged. I', \ : I
Elizabeth Kara I ;/i''i' ',', i" J
DUTCH TREAT CLUB PLEDGES SORORITY ,
1 Winner at the Dutch Treat CLUB ENTERTAINED Miss Ella Martin, granddaugh 'pi' +
ItAIA51 Club which met Thursday afternoon FOR HALLOWEEN PARTY '1 ter of Mr and Mr*. Bert D Keck: I s :
BIvo' at the Civic Center were I Mrs Verne var Ness entertained i has been pledged to Alpha Chi ,
A.6 Mrs A. A. Lawton. Mn R O. the Palm City Home Demonstration -i Omega Sorority at the University I '
*.I.r INui. Judson. Mrs. L. A. Arbogast Mrs ; Club and friends at of Florida In Gainesville where I.
..,. Stanley Burt and Mr. Howard' She resides In
1 is
AMM < her home on Palm City Farms she a Junior I .
Maw, a M H NetUl\ Others playing bridge I Saturday at an outdoor Hallo- dewlston
a. Tam....tTOAa IIS were Mr R J. Connelly: Mrs HM ween patty. The majority of the I
Klelfeld l Mn Stanley Kitching I gUests came masked and In Miss Dee Kennedy and Mrs. E.
NN AS.MrAul ) Mrs. G. W Conrad Mrs.'H weird, tunny or beautiful costumes Myers Of Port Sewall left Tues- f
.. IMr" H. Thayer Miss Edith Coventry. Two of the latter were day for Jacksonville to attend
la r t. Mr. Wells Llpplncott Mr). W. Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeVllblss in the Federation of Catholic Women ,
h..iL.a C; Armor Mrs. A. H. ChappelkaMr genuine Seminole dress loaned meeting. '
ATE i SBA ). Lloyd Thompson Mrs. Wll by> R L. Wall. The funniest was -
**ii.j liam H Mitchell Mrs T. :J. F. Mr. Rose Leighton as a hit Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mapp UNITED STATES SENATOR f
Kennedy and Mrs. Michael 0.: and-miss rag doll. In keeping were hosts'with an election night
{J Urn anFOKKESTS with Halloween, the lawn wa party at their home on the South I r:. .
SIMPER decorated with skeleton, pump- fork Those present were Mr. I
ENTERTAINMr ; kins and witches and Mrs. James Fyfe, Mrs. Eula: It.t. '
ifHfetnattt1C and Mrs. Alex Forrest of A handkerchief shower for the Travis Mr. and Mrs. George Hi I
CT 1 WIATER'IUATERRADIO the Atlantic Court entertainedwith hostess whose birthday U on ronlmus and Mr. and Mrs J. J. I

iBiinr iyJ t4ft Brit a bridge party Friday evening Halloween, was part of the evening Jungwirth. CLAUDEJr
In honor of Mrs. J'orreat'ssister '* prqgram dames, stunts e -
C W. Long and Donald Brown l JLjIA.Florida
Mid Bhlrley! Moreland of and fortune-telling by palmistrywere .
went to Ocala Tuesday to bring
and Montreal Quests were Dr. and enjoyed also. There was
Mrs Charles Lane, Mr. and Mrs a frankfurter roast a* well a* the back a pure bred Brahma bull,
LIANCE CO. Arthur Dehon Mr. and Mrs. the conventional Halloween re- awarded to the Stuart FFA
Price French Mr. and Mrs. C. .. freshments of doughnuts apples Chapter by Sear Roebuck. This .
was made In an effort I .
Phous 302 Ireland and Mr and Mrs Henry and coffee. which were contribution t ;
i Schwab. Prtaes were\awarded served buffet\, style Jo 6gadults to Improve cattle,! breeding ...... ,,; < ..:. V ,.... "
Awe, Stuart to Mrs. French and Mnf Schwab.FVji" and children! in Martin County::... ,, 0 f. : ,; :,. d f

SON TO !McCALLt'M 'Mr and Mrs Frank Pickles c' f'i ;. ; ,'''I r'I I tC ," 'J, ; :; ;
of Pittsburgh recently moved to ':; "
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCallumof "
\
the Holleran Apts. ,
,.
Albany, N. Y.. announce the 0
,
birth of a tVi-lb. boy Monday. Mr. and Mrs.-to-Alex Forrest of) .. ,
,
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Mrs McCanum 1 Is the former ,',Jf
have had as '
B.achDINNERS the Atlantic Court .
Jensen Jean Stafford, daughter of Fred 'I
their, houseguest Mrs Forrest 1

11 Is Stafford attending of R Stuart.PI Itt Troy McCallum, N. Y. sister Montreal, Miss Miss Shirley Moreland Moreland la now of I '"Who .will be principal Speaker' 'at ;

ied, Shrimp / Chicken: In Miami Beach belnllnterview.j: j:
Bin;
k. Miss Mary Louise Sloan I I. with ed for a position a I .
Premium Beer **tWjc > Winesor Mr*. B. C Shackelford and Miss there and will. return to Stuart I 4
Good Food Good Drinks and a Gtod Time Mary E. Shackelford at their Tuesday. i
I home on Riverside Drive after
.
-
en Beach ffXXAlL NELCOSK, Mgr, spending the summer In Nashville Senator and Mrs. Evans crary
,:Tenn. and Rep. and Mrs B. Elliott of Martin County Chamber of Commerce '
NEW Pahokee will attend the Incoming ;
Governor party In Gainesville f
tomorrow night and the
Florida Saturday.-Georgia football game i

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Mr. and Mrs Arthur F Hub- Installation Meeting '
bard have returnea to their homeIn
Port Sewall, having spent the
summer In Tlpp City, Ohio 14
-0 -
Mrs K. D. Hunter who ati
tended the Florida fashion shown :
..wE Tampa and the Southeastern 8 -MONDAY-NOV.
Travelers fashion show In Atlanta .

RA LOW/ PRICES home with last her week.husband, returned ,


7RIDA>Y And SATURDAY New member--e-for the sewing j

circle recently organized are wel- AT :i
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come. Anyone wishing to Join .
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at
INERAL OIL should see Mrs Nellie, Pezonl
iantos Antique Shop.
_.39c'' '
Pint
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Mrs Lon Tyson and son, '

ILK OF MAGNESIA Skeets Sunday" and from F B.Orlando Paul returned where- Stuart Civic Center i\\


Quart.. ._.....39c g they in-law were and guest sister of, Mr.her and brother-Mrs ", i'f: '

[JBBING ALCOHOL/ Cullen Belue .
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1 The. public at large and all member of Martin County Chamber ;} ,;:
BSORBINE J y.
STU TS of Commerce are Cordially: invited to hear Martin County's distinguishA ;

1,25 ., .. t us Fill Ybur -
CEe ed guest. I' 1 ;

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1.' THE STTJABT NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COCNTT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOV i, Hit. I

I MAR5HALL.KIEFNER ==:aOIlO. .OClOZ:= OClO OIlOC= CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY MEN'S CLUB MEETS 11'FROM MARTUTAT YOU Mr. and Mrg

ENGAGEMENT TOLDMr. SOCIALCLUB i iO THURS., Nov. 4; Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center 1:30: p.m.; dance The St :Joseph' M n's Club Tallahassee, Nov.. *-Sixty-six man from of Newark, E, j,'
4 NEWSOD Hobe Sound Community Center,' 1:30: p.m.; Wesleyan Guild held their first meeting of the of Florida' 67 counties are represented .' the Amencss lepa
and Mrs L. R. Klefner of vention, wee,
Os=:::::lOClO====Z'OIlI :: : I II Mrs ,H. I, Greene's 8 p.m.;; Presbyterian Choir Guild Mn. year Monday evening at the rectory la. record! .enrollmentof and Mrs. Uas a
S17 South Akron Ave., announcethe
I NEW WSCS CIRCLEORGANIZED I Arle Stuart; Acacia Lodge, 7:30: p.m. with 11 members present 8,109 Florida. State University! week,Elrwortk
engagement of their daughter MEETSIN FRI, Nov. 5: Klwanls, Woman's Club 12:IS p.m.; football, Martin Two temporary -appointment student. Final registration\ figures -'halt
Clara Margaret tq David M. TUESDAY School Field were made: Emil: Svllokos! tem- reveal that Leon County,, Mrs.
County High vs.Fort Pierce,Stuart I p.m.; Jensen Robert L
Mr &
Marshall of Dr. and
son *
F J. Marshall of Daytona Beach. Circle No 2 of the Woman's Beach P-TA, Jensen School, 7:30: p.m. porary president, and Plans E. Myers were lead with a all total others of In Ill"enrollment.student,' ed Jupiter tD her home s,
The will take next PALM CITY I WON NaY S: Garden Club Woman'i Club; Baptist Brotherhood, temporary secretary. Ial
PACK wedding!! place Society of Christian Service of made for the coming year Martin County has 11 !Iaummer It Boetoqdq
month, Mr.Marshall 1* a Stuart church: annex. 7 p.m. "
the Methodist Church C
WM organized -
CLIO 1' attorney TUES.. Nov 9: Brownies, Mrs Arthur Dehon's, 3:15: p.m.; Girl
Tuesday afternoon at
ATV ,, Bill Smith, 3rd., of Veto Beach 'The Palm City Home Demonstration the home of Mr.. Herbert Thayeron Scouts, Woman'i ClUb, J:45: p.m.; Circle of the Baptist Worn
4 was the guest of Harold Ralford Club met at the home of Cleveland Ae. with Mrs. ans Missionary Society will meetl} CTA Jensen Town Hall.

P,: 1 ire's' : A Johns Sunday_night- Mrs. O. a Cadwell Monday afternoon Thayer as circle chairman.There '7:30: p.m.: U D. C. Mn H H. Hlpeon1, 8 pm. STQKELY WEEK
span> ; Reports were given by were 10 member present with WED. Nov. 10: Rotary, Chlsholm'i 13:15: pan; City Commission,
Palm f : the garden, craft and '-R a total of U charter member City Hall, 8 p.m.
Wtthr" r4"faclUl ,, ; F chairmen. The craft chairman Officers elected were cochairman THURS.* Nov 11: Dutch Treat Club, Civic Center, '1:30:: pm.;
WATCHFOR
t t ) Mn. James DuVall; secretary dance, Hobo Sound Community Center, 8:30: pjn.
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" albly r, reported a work meeting Oct. 28 Mr. H. B. Swtnglehurst", _
1 ''i" THESTAG and 29 which craft 'chairmen treasurer Mrs. H. A. Summer, SALE
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throughout the county attended.A devotional, Mrs C. H. Summers! SALES See Us For
fl: A : demonstration wa given by with Mrs. W. E. Rowell assisting;
Luctle Inscoe Home Demonstration ways and means Miss Addle Lee It Repair and
H : Miss ) Moore: membership, Mrs. Andrew ... ... .. ... ..
i Agent on etching!
.r 0rI kerr
,- Christian social -
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ry aluminum trays. This demon latlons; Mrs. Robert Wortham; SERVICE, \yHiSr Parts 3
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1. ? ? U ? I stration la a part of the work be- publicity, Mrs. C. U Barth; supply SaleDay$
t Ing done In the county along the Mr*. Swinglehurst. Other ARNOLD BAUER
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line of hand made Christmas| present were Mrs. S. A. Matthews -
Mrs James DuVall. Ir. /
gifts. The 4-H Club chairman St. Lucie, Boulevard Phone 142-W
and Mrs. Edna Coutant, president -
brought out the fact that this : of the Woman's Society of Novo 4 Se6
U 4-H Club Achievement Week Christian Service
I and urged cooperation with. the itiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiufliiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilMU.1I
A short business meeting wa* '
4-H Club program. The garden I held and a bake and rummagesale I G S 1
] 'I chairman gave some Interesting, was planned in the Post RIVERSIDE XESTAURANT
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Information on.sprays and their Office Arcade Nov 19. Ij

uses A general discussion was held I Other charter members not j SPECIAL M U\EVERY DAY | Bargains sM r- r Aj&& hi
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Mrs. M C. Duncan,
present are
'I on Christmas cookery and some Mr. R. H. Rollins Mrs Jolly ? Fried Chicken, Sl aks, OWers and Shrimp c Galore! Stop fa
J i "! recipes were distributed A 10 Bozone and Mrs. J. D Parker. I HOME COO\ED L
minute cranberry sauce recipe Ta yy, DeliciousMRS.ALBERT oodt Oon'tMist : BG/s/ IG
) was featured and some sauce SERMON TOPIC GIVEN It!
,II Y passed around for sampling. -If" based on John 14:23: will; GINER grip
A social hour was enjoyed and be the topic of Dr. C. A. Carrlel'ssermon ; HURRY
Y ,1,1I refreshments served by the hostess. at the 11 a.m. service of Drive In Curb Service I I I I G
Attending were Mrs. Hu- the Presbyterian Church Sunday : W MILK NOftTH *T. LUCIE RIVES RIDQC Oil FED NO. I _
riJ I bert Clement Mrs. R. R. Wallace niiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Mrs. Lucy Van Frank Mrs
Marion Ballou Flake, Mrs. Van
Ness, Mrs. Carroll, Mn. Evabelle \ M0.T
) Felnauer, Mr*. Kathleen De- .
Vllblss. Mrs. Pauline Crews Mrs.
Mary Porter Mr*. Alice Cadwell ..
tfo'tiVBLINDS Mrs. Simmons Mrs. Eleanor
I I Dean Mrs. Alice Mallery Mr. ,
Mark Baker Mrs. Wallace Sterns
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VEHJTIAN MRS STANLEY SMITH
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: r Traso Manufacturing Co. Mr Stanley Smith was hostess LOOK FOR -
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terhood Monday evening at her
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Alter the bulsness session Mrs.
; Evan Crary In charge of the .
; program, read an interesting article ,
IN E "on "Individual Responsibility '. !
written by-Mr Marguerite e
Win Callahan, past presi- 4r
I r dent of the State chapter and
;:; presented to the State conven- .
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tion In Tampa. Refreshments .
t' Mr. Bull tier! were served to 18 members.
Mr*. J. .. Taylor and Mr.
Walter latching will be co-hoc
Contractor
Mr. !
leases for the meeting Nov. IS .
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'Let us help you I lit making at the home of Mr, Taylor. The
r State, organizer will be presentto
''i the correct, and most econom*
hold the biennial Inspectionof
I teal choice of
building
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the chapter and will be guest
I. terials. )f you plan en speaker '
concrete with the Various

I a lP l methods ef relnforcinA eon MENMNGER: TO SPEAK I fie. J
rrele*blocks, steel or aluminum AT CHAPTER MEETING ,
Edwin A. Menninger Jr. will c A ,P"r'T y
I windows,structural 4
yel be guest speaker on the subject .
any masonry or pla-terfkf "Confederate States' Stamp Is- ''v! .
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f material, call on us. "" sues" at the November meetingof i
t Our I Ideal representative U. the General J. E. B. Stuart
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Safety TIGERS lf stMI.pao W .1.* Olt. VETS TO PLAY Favored Naval stores are so named beVauae -
..h I HM Eagles Tomorrow JR. RED CROSS pine pitch was once used

Presented .f i j 5 :s:? ,to caulk th* mams. in the old wood-

FOR EACL STOMORROW \;r; I< *111 :t SM RAIDERS THERESATURD'AY Tigers Weak on Points.After DRIVE TO STARTMrs 14* Naval Vessels. .Hj.t

mor* hunter( In thId J ,...
woods than' ever be- WEEKi "ESULT.
8 8Play Yam "-h By ED MENNINGER, JR.
Ireased caution in the fa (!UAR T.S.dord: 830Rein : George Conrad. chairman WATCHFOR
h H Fart .It <, Fort Pierce High School's powerful Eagle make, their annual
rearm U urged by the *f VSl GAMES: Martin County Junior Red Cross
.
f Institute ..... 'L.u_= ,renewal ot relation with Martin County High School here tomorrow
Management Favored .b .t .. has, announced that the schools THq'STAG
Hves theM 10 command- Defray 11 m PIe_, Make 69-Yd.TD; Runin night! as the Tigers take on their third successive "tough" foe throughout Martin County have
to 12 12 Tie Her.Frida '
f safety: RWC. CQNFLKlNeft. 20-6 Los in Lake In as many week been furnished with JRC enroll-

a& every gun.with the ?" i *". TP OF Worth Loyalty to the home club I Is one thing but prognostication Is ment supplies and the JRC drive
[due loaded gun This 1.6(10 a another. of the that be the fare victory will .begin, tomorrow for two ''.
t 1,0.' 1\ r Regtrdls-M sport may on no :
I cardinal rule *f gun Rivalry of long If .... at .. Stymied : weeks to Nov 19 Two JRC
again by an opportunist Is more sweet to Stuart fandont than one over Fort Pierce In
anew here this week 1 I ..*"** .". H.. Lake Worth eleven that' rlvalrv that has a long history, and the Tigers would have a members from Martin County I f
Irry nly empty guns perennially'strong Fort .i i ...! It to a High School were sent by.the ,
Jdown or with the ae High Scl jol 1 Eagles come '* RESULT'""* cashed IU breaks,for ft 20-t victory -; mighty bright feather In their cap \t one ot these victories, can be' Martin County JRC to the-JRC . .
Lpen, InU Year &.to, the Tigers pf Martin ; l. TlUnni* 14. at home Saturday night; the realized tomorrow. But we prognosticate have to bear in mind training center In Chlpley Oa.

[nd hme. High School! on ,the "LS11.11.* ''AI-h 0. It. Stuart Vet will end a three- the hard facts, St'iart. will be at, least one-touchdown underdog this year, and. next year two . "
prays be sure that the iron at 8 tomorrow night : :::::: : n, -ch"', ft gam road stand by traveling' tomorrow. '; more delegate will be sent by -' ,"

kttd action are clear of Where for the past ROW M I STUART 1 CAME to Fort Pierce for Florida 8em I Three: comparison*; lend credence to this feeling. The Eagles: I JRC to be selected by the school,

blona.vay the 'Eagles have, been :: 1;':t".1- Pro lame defeated Lake Worth 26-18 while Delray, which tied Stuart last 1 Each year all school throughout HALL
year fun tofen ites to .cop the annual league Saturday. asked to
carry Wl.fawt Park.. Martin, County are
week was walloped by LW 20-0. The Eagle tromped Pahokee 13-4
a can control the diet so Is the situation this CI."I..... Game time la I:30, i fill gift boxes to be distributedto
but Delray 9-6 tie with Pahokee. tort Pierce drubbed Okee-
.I got a
the muHle, even the Stuart school
| sports children. This
For lack of any other yardstick overseas pro-
tumble Its strongest teams a consideration of ,comparative cbobet 38-0; Stuart beat the same team only half a* much, 19-0. i ject U carried out by the "Jun
I sure of your target be- records! the Eagles rate ACCLAIMS Thse are dif fer nres'ot 28, 19 and T point To match them : Ior." and many letter of appreciation -
"u pull the trigger favorite role but the HIGH BAND wore serves, to give we give you an- irrjprodng' smoothly-functioning hard-working' from children in foreign

ver point your gun atif locale and the fervor Stuart a slight edge in Its'ef- Stuart team that upset the dope in gaining tie! with Delray' and countries have been received by

( you do not want .tower are putting forth In this ( from the Miami. fort for its first decision ot the i U t good bet to, do the same thing with Port ,pierce, We look for JRC members In Martin County
( drills serve to reduce /Newt' ) season Klsslmmee; which played : this tilt to be the most Interesting the Tigers. will play this(faU. Mr. Conrad stated that tM
leave your gun und itism Both sides are Nov. 4..-Ever since a scoreless tie with Lake funds from the JRC.drive will be
I unless yon unload It In top shape and used for the local Junior Red
have been Worth walloped Fort Pierce One.(oothall facer our doughty Tijttj hsven mastered,
at fUll of Mar-
strength.A Cross She said that all
ver, climb, a tree or a llpofl on tM Tigers' about "that 40-0 while LW took a compara one that '*silly could have emit the game In Clewiston two tin County JRC drives have

Kith a loaded gun came here last Friday ) ," Which accompa- tively decision narrow from Stuart.two-touchdown However, weeks ago and did prove costly last Friday with Delray, Is that shown a 100 per cent enrollment. ATHLETIC GOODS

*r shoot at a flat, hard when they played a football team here Fort Pierce will have the benefit all-Important extra point effort. All too often |IV* under emphasized You'll find Vomplete r rI
I or the surface of Wabn't ray Beach eleven to k. under which the of an open date last week end and ball game are lost because. ef It. The Vets found VOLLRATH BUYS MAYS a

The Tigers clicked with could hardly have and playing the game at home this out In their first two game*' to'thelr rereraBasketballha ; DRILLING BUSINESS stock ot jjportingt Goods 'I

mil gunpowder and Ion to crash over two Lake Worth capitalization of a parallel-tree throw. How many games have we wen I at Ideal ) port a Shop. 1
downs the last
In half-time Inter th* break handed It while the lust because the eager worked too long to perfect field shooting Purchase by Larry J. Vollrath
/earned an edge In first of the C. W. Mays well-drilling Baseball lennit golf, fish ;
,
the band was Vet did Just the opposite proved and not long enough on those shot, that are unguardedand
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but
[trees are TOW being mic Delray led In yards field light went the difference between the Business was announced Thursday -
grown in several of the both on the ground and I the meager lights two teams Saturday. In the unrushed by Vollrath The purchaser ing, huntingyou're sure !
States. air at the edge of the first period the Rebel gaineda Stuart and Fort Pierce each have scored 17 tonchdowtutthis explainedthat where previouslyhe to find 4 hat you want :
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Stuart scored the first Stuart band" put on first down on the Stuart S but fall In winning four games eachbut the Eagles have eonverted was limited to J-irch drillinghe
gained control of the of ,precision and wert repulsed' \ by a gallant goal that extra point nine limes, more than halt, while Stuart now can sink wells up to at lowei cost at .

I' Sterling on the Tiger and r resourcefulness, line stand only to com back has clicked only four times, less than 15 per cent How helpfulone 6-Inch Ideal ;
marched] by land and tremendous credit after an exchange of pUnt to of those It mimes would have been Friday night Vollrath also reported rebuilding Sports Shop :
yards with Herbert and on its leader. block Frank Wacha punt and work on hi* service' truckwnereby
ning through the line with bath sides fully BETTER SPORTING ( Ds'AT .
'I the band from recover on the,19. Seven play
I The Delray contest was about as free of penalties as a game
yards out for the first netted the score with Hotchklss! Equipped for air types of plumb- LOWER PRICEs :
could be Only' one was stepped off against each side and neitherfor
down Haywood Wall I IttKWorkh&'can save consider-
'
over tackle from two \
1 ment was low A few :; & TROPHY yards plunging out on the second play of a major Infraction One play In the second quarter had Bblerthneon his Jobs I

I later a Delray fumble F 1 Dave, of Stuart the second quarter. The conversion only three officials on the field to watch It Ralph Hartman,
eovered oh the D J4 Oct 26 at the effort wa wide to the stepped to the ilde-llncs to get a coat against. the rain and missed WINE' '"

plays laUr Herbert Club of the left one of Delray ground plays . Herbert Kraft booming punt,
ed to Lamar Howard In and Times The Vets Immediately tied the especially from the quIck-kick position were an outstanding feature BEER and ALE $4.50 Per Case i

ASSTKACT zone for a TD Walls posting a medal count. Warren Shlpes returnedthe His first one covered 04 yards, another (1 and his evening'saverage I'ifBEER
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TAX AND Tlfi 9 ment was partially in the golf tourne; subsequent kickoff'eight for five was 51 yards That college stuff or better! GAS $ ;
Less than two doctors less 60 to the Stuart 31 and Walter I
than yards
i INVtSTICATI He mftinrd In the half left john Oadd remains a* the leading Tiger scorer with 21 point. but and .tiJI&mPlenty
Bowl was 'held In con- Rein. Jr, tore through ,
Herbert Tucker li close second with 18 points.
ray finally\ launched a and now a
tlTLt I sum PCs the Southern tackle, reversed his field '
Oil -
icoring drive after meeting in dashed 69 yards for a touchdown ( )\
I FLORIDA Stuart for downs on Beach last week Wacha placement effort 'V' Space
Talbot bucked
STRAOTCO, cessfully for ll and 26 WIN t TH Five minutes later Lake Worth OUTPbST LUNCH BAR ;

Ka KOVI 7 on another lalt f Dodgers continued mad! 4 13-yard punt return to Joseph E. Cum V. A. Contact OfficerAt !
ST Paut T. 1,0 DAM then their baseball season the Stuart 39 Five plaYa Carried office ot H. R, Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarter COFFEE.- yJteJsrKS M $ANDWICHES ,;',
Owynn for 25 yards out the Fort Pierce to the Stuart,. is. from 9 am4, pnv Friday 713 Comeau Bldg ,
Stuart 16 End Bill mt Little Dixie Park whence Hotchkiss passed ',to \

his next peitial In TD It ''was i Tompkins in tti* flat who went : that apply; if I wish to take my: ,
I
Fla.'I t'
the flalf ended l A pass victory this, yeaf ever untouched for a TD and National service Ute Insurance I training under the provision of !
ONasIN the extra point failed. losses Four of the then kicked the extra point fora on-th-Job training and other the 01 Bill at a later date? '
LEUM Talbot intercepted I a been meted out by I half-time ewtiflrst J JTh I veterans benefits continue to be A You may apply far training :'
the Delray 22 late in In six starts with Vets, held I the subject of many inquiries within four years from July 25, ;
Ind period to Inaugurate ( down In the first half earned an Answers to these and other questions 1947 or within four year from cash
IALT TILE coring drive It took edge In the second half play and asked by veterans and their the date of your discharge or Highest
with Bob Hollingsworth MEETING four times recovered fumble IntAke eppndeit are obtained from separation from the armed services Paid For Your
I .talW byprt around left end for 9 I supper follow- Worth territory but to no the Veteran Administration and whichever 1 Is later You USED CAR
t Mechanics; the tally but Talbot's ) business meeting avail The first three chanoes published In this column by The must finish your. training by July "
pass effort failed again members of the started fromthe LW 48, 23 and 43 Stuart News as a public service 2S, 1956. See U* Before

immediately powered to I Golf and Coun [ but were halted by pass inter- to veterans. You Sell or
ray U but wound up tha. club at 6:30: p.m. ceptions, and the last opportunity Q I served in the Army during Q. t am considering taking on- Trade
ball on downs on the 13 from the Lake Worth 31 fizzled World War L Am I eligible the-job training but I find the
than a minute later when the Vets were held lor Government life Insurance? proposed training will necessitate SUNRISE M 0,1! OR COMPANY
A. As a veteran of World Wart purchase of *.,PIXIE FQAT TlEKCE PHONE lDoes
was hIstOry. for downs. After this last the a great many -211.2s _
-"-''-- i' : ; kicked 63 yards to t, you are eligible to apply for tools and some equipment Will
Rebels quick-
::r It',;' 1: : 0:1 1ortkI.I. : : ::: News the Stuart 10 and when Warren ,up to 110,000 of U S Government the VA pay tor the tools t will
.. J 1 I. C-4--a R. a life insurance, whether or not need?
I" A M. Ahrlky .a& IL w. O=====o o Shlpea punted back Tompkins you took out such insurance Your Watch
A. The Veterans Admlnlstra-
It the Stuart 37, circled
hone Ft. Pilrce 799 took on
I Evans Crary. while you were in the service or wlll furnish with tools and
I: the 40 and finally reversed you
it : : :1 7; ,,,, around on
for Free Ektimate. ., I Ray, "Winkle" his field and raced into lave let such Insurance lapse. equipment up to 1100 provided Time?

Ire equipped to han- PY4:: :":';; :::i Ann Ptttman at- the end tone for the night last I they are required by all other
|l type of residentialpommercial ,'''.......b,. : : i Tech Vnl verI touchdown. Remsen extra, 'Q. What are the deadlines veterans taking the same course: .tell. ,... waako 'IrNsoa ..
h..I..d ... ... .
ihstalla- : in 20-6. r "'b "46 NIS.-
football game boot made it
I point
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1" "" Basil -.1. tat Oar
AdIll p"" n.urn'" While there Only two penalties were Rowe Earns TOMATOES MOVING .b..i I _... II ....t......., w. .....,
'f: : = entertained by Jim marched off both a g a i n a t "' ..,.u .. AIo....,.. ..4 a..I.. ."e'.
[fiin- / Inc. U.Avc.. II.k,,kt-kpo.r. ,..'d i Don Hartman at the Stuart, and the Vets outside of 20- Year Flying PinA Fort Pierce State Farmers'Market .... .... .... .....h... .n
3R COVA INGS ru. .1. ... fraternity Rein spectacular dash made a reports a light volume 1 ..... ty.76I; .- ...h'i ..............
o". f..blP.M.fHaN .d. 1 1 *- 0 net ground yardage of minus 1. of about 800 field crate of tomatoes -
Dixie Fort Pierce i i iERSPRINQ
1 Yd4 ;'.:::. ti.. .' 7: : William F, Crary Outstanding all night was the Stuart school teacher who moving through that I .
?4.1 yd .4 I Bolles School, Jack line! play of Leroy Glass who never has been up in an airplane market with price ranging from

I after spending made tackle after tackle and has a nephew who Is "the flyin/ $1 to $4 a bushel An Increase Is Sfuart{
Jewelers
MA TIR A his parents Senator additional praise wits earned by est man In the world" ; expected this week with the auction J
Crary, Henry Beckman, Jr, Wilbur sale beginning MondayVolume .
and ''s Ferguson and Jame Hucker She Is Mrs. Harris Jt Lowery will Increase slowly until / \
SPRING left yesterday About 1000 saw the contest who teaches 2nd grade at Stuart I the latter part of the month (Formerly Stuart Jewel. & op)
,
BOX Join the Army Air The statistics school and the nephew Master ,1 when the volume expected to 269 0' ceo1a Ave, New l ehon BuildingLOOK
on 6 legs / there; he will be Igame byat ........., be good .." ,e e 1st Pilot Basil Rowe of Pan
Value 59 alrbase- te -In Texas Low. Wwtb e 1. '. LW:? American Airways, who received I
$69.50 $1
e McOee left Mon- Pint 4.*.. isNA a*gold 20-year pin from PAA in

TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE / where she will Patt.rap"d rde. 9-0-4 ..:fi 111i a ceremony at Miami recently
of Sheriff and Mrs P..SSN, "Nolowd The[ presentation was picturedIn

ft. Pierce Sleep S Op -for 0 two- weeks. i V4.P Yd Saaa*, uni-4 Saturn, i.tareawd intaampta- J, Ii Featured Sunday's by Miami Ripley Herald., Captain !

| Pier < Fl.. 120 N. 2nd St. / Phone Bilger, specialist PuritYrtt A,1r.>ads. vo-to : I Rowe has flown more than ,
: MliirMdKKk.ffi ;;i. 04 } 900 000 miles
lunch program, oultU... fAVI. : 4 In 26,000 flight*-
Jensen and Stuart r**. \,.\.". ... ........ 41 a distance eqUal to 137 times SPECIAL _
Yd. klckoffi Mid around the world. During all oft
Mt," :..J 'i
oviaVda. .;.: he has Maintained a perfect SALE

T. WtOO LAUTERBACHTAILORING. Stewart of New Or- .'tort wnnHTENNIS .;. '.. :':"..1 : safety record He 1 Is now stationed ICE, CREAM
her son-in-law on'the Miami-Latin America

Mr. and Mrs John ACTIVITY UP rua
HN Rio St Lucle The Stuart Tennis pub 1 Is eh- ONE DAY ONLSAT. NOV. 6th
oylng an Increased activity on 63 PLATES RESERVEDTax

Mrs Gene Steelman. the Sunrise, Courts and \la look- Collector t. \ US, IND. :N J., arrived for Ing forward to matches In other office report 62'special auto license ENPSPPI
week and are re- cltlef on their courts; Among plate number were reserved -
Wil At is' South California the newcomer Is Jack Coleman. In September ana October

IEWS .... HEARS CRIPPLEDCHILDREN plror to start ot 1949 license plat
CLUB '
ale* Deal 1. Reservations; still
L. C. Klcklltet
WORKERS are being.accepted for a tee oft REAM
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of their son-in-law
R : In addition to the tag's Price.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Mrs Joseph H. Harper ot Chicago The fee goes to the State crippled
Palm Beach Sun- representative of the Na-
children fund.
lonal Association\ for Crippled : I
WEDNESDAY,, N0\10th Children and Adult and Mrs NO TAKERS FOUND, V ANILLA CHO LATE STRAWBERRY.
Mrs Zack: Moaley Bonnie Kerrigan, South Florida
week to their 'new field worker in thla cause, gave No bids for all or any part ot
ALL DAY
Rd, In the St Stuart Rotarlan an Insight Into the landing timber located onthe

44 *. thelt effort and what progress rlghts-ojt-w, ot all canal 59 to 3W PinArthur
'EX'S e hey are m.king,1n; Florida At In Palm City Drainage District tv
DRY Martin return he club noon meeting at ha been received at the tlifle(\
home in Bowling Chlsholm*' yesterday, Also Introduced they were to be received! and op<
Sunday night after for their parts In helpIng 'ned Friday noon. Clerk J, R.
I 4th SL Stuart, visiting son and daughter- the work were school nurse Pomeroy reported. The sale was Dehon BIde Stiurt FU.

in-law. Mr and Mrs John Marftit MISS Flora, Stanley and Mrs A. offered by the County Commts-

of the Atlantic Court Apt*. R, cyjm ,sldn.

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Tackle Shop, owned by proclaim next Wednesday, Kov 10. 19&1. ** the HSrd Birthdayof
PAGE CA33k1D l [ W > have the following Appliances in our Used ApplianDepartment. S F. Stevenson and managed by the U. 8. Marine Corps and do call upon all resident of this

AH! have been reconditioned and carry our Earl Hall will hold Its form municipality to observe, this anniversary In k manner as befit
Guarantee in the store 01 ',
opening corner
CUD of this branch (America'* armed force
the honor and dignity ;
ATV i' I BendK Automatic Washer $175.00 the New Dehon Bldg Saturday.

I 4 Ft. KWvinator Refrigerator 65.00 Hall' hat had many years 'epe'rience W. R BAKER Mayor.

Ad RATES! So PER WORD ORDINARY I 6 Ft GrOitow Refrigerator--------------------- 100.00I In the tackle1 buslne I Attest: t. a EURTtt City Clerk.
MINIMUM lOa FOR IT and laid the firm hat stocked
apanp1ni WORDS; 5e PER WORD CAPITALS 5 Ft. AmanV Freezer----------------------------------- 200.00I a large supply of varied nations! I

MINIMUM I5o FOR 17 Hotpoint WaJyer, Wringer Type 'Practically lines. It will also have a repair ..

Wlthl i j i IK.faeUli WORDS New 9500 department.: Firm Fifes?
i* .__ __? Sugar MANUFACTURING
: I
\ { Nearly New Gas 75.00 I
, j IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimiHIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIAPARTMENTS ngu--------------- ------- ----
atbi? I Electric' Range .-- Deed
< FOR RENT $2,500,000
litlili4flL1 I Bendix Washer -' 100.00S 83' Attend I'
t SI IMPORT GROWS
of a $2,500,000 first
Effecting
Automatic Wringer Ty aiher----------- 3500I Girl Scouts
Mutual Life
CLIFTON
B. GATES mortgage from the
\' Slightly Used Therm o W er Heater, 40 gal. 40.00 .
General Gates Insurance Company of New York The growing Importance off
veteran of( DR.
: U51! IU 1 Used General EU Ic Dislswa er. Good For Meet' Tuesday both World Wan became the' City to the U. a Sugar Corporation manufacturing In the economy BROCK jHISR

Re'staarant Lice, s --- -- 19th commundaiit' of the U S. of dewiston. part of whichII f of Florida Is shown In a total Dr CliWchwtrW ,wrl1

Can be seen at i o Service Departm t, South Federal Portions of-the Girl Scout pro Marine Corps Jji 1 succeeding, I secured by' about 1,300 acrei In manufacturing payroll of 8197M7,000 establishmentsIn paid b1 awl Paine"

3'f Highway, in RicH J Building. Phone 3 gram as presented by Scouts and ('.ell. A. A. ,Vandegrift Otci, Martin County, was record the State during 1M7 the research Minister 'of r H.at| |, I I-Do

: L'S ELECTRIC SERVI Brownie was the program for 55 a native of Tennessee, earned here at the court house las and Industrial division of Canada, 11111I1"I "'is Jetlng _

Post Office Arcade the annual Girl Scout banquet numerous awards in both week. The 81-page document, the. Florida State Chamber of lint Dirertaw.Cj ..
I at the Woman' Club tuesday : one of the longest and highest WoiiaIilvamth
ATLANTIC Phon. 13 wars and has been In the service Commerce stated )yesterday In OrganJzai ,
co night attended by 83 valued ever filed here i* signed the UN.Week's.
I 31 The Marine the second ot two business reviews -
APARTMTUTSSIIJART. "liniiiililiiiuriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilXFOR IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Dancing badge work was dem years. Corps by USSC President Charles E.
FLORIDA I SALEuuiIlllIllIIlllllllluIlllulllllllIllllIlllllllll LOST & FOUNDuIIIIllPuIllIIIIIlIlllttlfylIlllnhlIIlIlIllullL onstrated by Scout led by Mr will observe its )113rd] birthday Wetherald(\ and Secretary! Malcolm dealing with the principal

r ?Mewl Decorated, FullyEquipped f Walter F. Davey, dramatics badge anniversary! next Wednesday, W. Bill Origins ot earning of Floridian LegaJnstrunienU
manufacturing payroll
Housekeeping Apartments FOR SALE: Urinrer type wasber LOST: Black and tan hound do,. Scout led by Mrs. Oartand Ed-< The Martin County lands Ire "Thl for TT
Weekjy and SeawiJ Rate with pump. Mew Innersprinf I Lost about one week ago.I field presented two skit and the MARTIN BOY SCOUT aU In Township 40, Rang 38 accounted last year Income percent !
total
OMn All Year Hound crib mattress, Z0x40. Stanley I I Arundel Shop road. Isaac M. Brownie story and promise was DISTRICT COMMITTEE southwest of Indian town and In- of the personal t cent (

W4{ T. FACET. gr. Smith, 93-W. Nov. Elkins, Jr, Box 1041, Stuart given by girl led by Mrs. A. M. APPOINTMENTS MADE elude eight parcel: Section I Floridians and in 194 was when per thepayroll a
: Telephone 95Z; I I Fla. NOT.. Dehon. The story! was preparedIn except the canal spillway, Sec greater than SSIGNME'ST mass
SliP for 74
COVERS etc. accounted percent
: Oarperles.
play form by Mrs Dehon Confirmation of appointments Uon f except two-thirds acre
luiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFDR( Made to order. Satisfaction assistant Mrs. V. Mallon, FouBrownies of officers and committee chairmen north of the canal the north of total income,
: SALEliiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiimiiHfir.jiiiiimimii guaranteed. 821 Church St. or i LOST-Fox terrier. Male' black Kay King Judy Joy of the Martin District Com half of the north half of Sec "A formerly reported the 4 rag iiipt

.t ; ; Phone J57-M. N"fU18.Z51FOR I and tan, spotted. short tall Ruhnke Betty Lee Whltlcar and mittee for Boy Scouts was mad tlona 13-15, all Of Section 18 and principal source of the 82,871.' Nonelnas. r.u i,
blue-studded collar. Answers to
'I'A1jJ SALE: 5 h.p. Brigcs and Rocella Donaldson, received their at a meeting of the committee at 17 and the west. half of the west 000,000 income earned by Flori-
FOR Chris "Butch. Reward H. $ Inle.
SALEt Stratton.
Shaft SO'. DoUble hurst, Jensen Beach, 8e4 HorseTackle.
: plapked bottom, Extras. group' total to 23 The! attend- Company office Oct. 25. The 11-year promissory note trades and services, 31.7 per cent
I Axel Anderson, Saler- 4 THE cotnrv
new Chiller Only Z5 I ov. last SUMt
motor. no. Nov.. ance included all 22 Brownies, Chairman L, M. Johnson presided was dated in New York Sept. I being from thla source year or ACidS COtNi o,
hours.
J 11500, Take IS or IS illlllllilllllllllllillliiiilllllllll 11I111111 19 Scouts,, 37 adult and 8 brother and announced these appointments and Is to be repaid by Sept. I, -Followlnf this category In lIe ELOIS5ua
\ toot boat ta trade. Wilkinson FOR SALE: 1945 Glider House SERVICE OFFER: D and sisters of the children. : Dr. Carl A. Fogt, 1959 with 4 per cent Interest. 1847 was the total In paymentsby 'Sop saau di rs, ITAT$

t ; :; North For* Drlvi. NOT. 4 Trailer, 26', oil ofaoking and 11I111I1111I11111111I11I11&1111111I11 IIKIIIIinric/ The troops' committee: expresa- vice-chairman; David B Irons, Annual payment starting Sept. Government at, all levels IL?. AY N'tIs'' 'a,

'rl! FOR SALE: W! Vacuum heating, and Ices box. -Double ed its appreciation today to the Jr. and) Judge A. O. Kanner, executive 1, 1952 of 8300,000 are ordered which made up 19.8 per cent ot NOIcg to cmxi,
f' } bed and couch //bed. Can be CULLIGAN soft water members for help given toward board members; Dr. CL Security also Include lands in the total income. Interestingly All .14k... *, s.
Cleaner. ,., .
,'h', Ifced) one month. is au. ,
1"': '1 Perfect eondltin. Call 32-R seen at Jack Llslf i place, Palm For information, call 219 or the evening Carrlel, district commissioner; Hendry, Palm Beach and Glade this per cent stood at 22.9 percent red o.0 ,'.4a M.0 ft*,
r'i'' f City. Or--will sMI 100' Highway ask at Stuart Feed S re.ISZ Girl Scout Week which: end lack: Smouse. leadershln comnlttee counties in addition to long in 1948. d..rn, ,, ,

i' !I"" -- t+-- NOT 4 frontage with Trailer, Just Nov. 44. Saturday wu Initiated DY scout ; Ronald Cross organUsalon lists of material and equipment 19.8 per cent of the total income MM a..deu OTUI.( .Mart In k fi j rij"M -O5.i:

i' FOR SALE; Pla! ho, Mirror, food over city line, Nbrth of Stuart, MODERN UPHOLSTERY -Led and Brownie attending the and extension, Stewart at the Clewlston plant. COn tin. Interestingly this: per cent stood >rtlM4M* *LlW l ,'

: :..f' condition, reasonable. Phone for $2000. Write/R/ H. Schwan, ford Upholstery 8h, 119 N: Methodist and Presbyterla Springer, cubbing; Harry C gent and optional kinking fund< ,at 221 per cent in l>4t. cihl. .({lol Uw) fii, .1 bama4o

S75. 1 NOT. 4 1C! West 99 it., Newt York 8th St. Fort Pierce./I Free estlmates Churches respectively Sunday Webb Inter-tacial; Dr. Fogt advancement payments also are provided along "In 1947 agriculture was. the '5.1.0 4.., tOee so
.
J t) I City, J Ocf\Zl. tf Phone Fort fierce 810. Tuesday upper featured the training; E. A. Men with approval ot prepayments. source of 118 per cent oi we in,- 8mu'ftl.. 5,4 td 0.i 41k,, ,

FOR SALE: OnW all metal Icebox dozfn w&dow All work guaranteed Drop a week and was preceded with the nlnger Jr. publicity; John, C. come of the people of Florida, .5.4...Sso 5o.a bi.pTrR
:.f $10.M. B x 774, Stuart. IOU SALE: S cloth card foct 28 tf sale that afternoon of the firs Gray, health and safety; W. T. CONTROL PROSPECTS down somewhat from IS.! percent !
shades like Used
\! rj Nev.4 nef, electric of the supplies received by the Con camping activities; "W. C. BELIEVED, BRIGHTER In 19&8."Income :
range Used rotary lrnn- NOW IS THE TIME: f!r the Personal Stuart Post Office of the new King, senior scouting and H. R. from all other

FOR SALE-iJstlnaon 150 Airplane cheap Used Bfndlx and Laidryall Touch.. Sent Portrait -cent commemorative tam i p Iteffens, finance. Members-aU Tallahassee' :="A serle ot fast sources (transportation communlcaUon 1 abaouam,7 b K 4 I

also | practically new ,-cheapJfiee Arthur Greeting Cards.. thlJ Christmaii honoring Juliet Lowe, founder' of large are H B Kraft H R.Lowery paced event during ,the put finances, corporate ,.
metal desk ""vltt file cabinet boo Dehon iulldlng J Stua or have them mad J from yon the Girl Scouts in America.. It Jr, John M. Law Jr. M. OJttman several week make 'the prospect shares* accounted for the balance bAT malone.A4. r .

chair, and telephone stand to Phone SI t own Snapshot. FlnJ out about was released Friday In Savannah -' Joseph A. McCoy J.; F. for the 8208,000,000 flood ((29: per cent of Floridlans me,,,. 4, 11, it. V e. Aim.
match. Box 909 Palm rema able low and the first sale here was Bozone and D. 8. Hudson "
W4te FOR SALE-llduM trailer, reasonable our present control I plan continuous! $ncome in 1947,
Beach. Call Wet Palm Beach ne4s some repair, L prices at the RUHJIKE PHOTO made by Assistant Postmaster' HJ. : i Scout Sunday was set for Feb. brighter Col. A. O. Matthews, _i_ LjGAL nonet-
4194 I Octl 28 Nov, \ I Oct. 21 tALL Schwanel to Patricia Dickey I *-!
4-11 SHOP. and the next court of honor VEHICLE SAFETY LAW
J450. Rio St. tucie. First street and ; Chief Engineer of the State DIVision MIOCtAMAl lit CALlflS Mil
,,1 Crandall
( Nancy King, Carol
I IiJ scheduled for Feb. 10. Dr.
left I Nov. 4 was Research YEAR OLD IPAL ILECjlONS
of Water Survey and NOW A ;
TYPES OF ROAD '
{ FOR SALE->O Ford Coupe. ,J- Carol Chason. Fogt Johnson Kraft,. A. C IT lit spErry pskI.aisa
I'I't CONSTRUCTION.GL1NE Dehon and Mrs. Davey declared this week. 50. CII, (b..Sa..a'w', .4 as, ,
See Earl TiJIman. luart NewsALE Mrs. ,
Bridges, Jr, and Gray attend. '
t : :FOR SALE: ( FINE RIDING B AND IBUI.DOZERWORE. another proposed! 'The' appointment by Dover Tallahassee, Nov 4I'N8)Florida's >- StMrt al.s 1 llfr PHIMAlOLAR oi i
will attend ed the annual Full Stream evtloM, Jtt Ik HORSE WITH SADDLE AND
i1, I FOR of RENi: Two bedroom I area council meeting in We.tPalm Council dinner meeting in West nor Caldwell and Governor- Motor Vehicle Safety sod Sb. mon b14 sO'
BRIDLE. VERY GENTLE. EAVC DISKING DONE. nominee Warren of an outstandng Responsibility Law was one year b. k>U x Taf* a
tlI I furnfihed II use withinwalking Beach this afternoon.R.
? $aim Beach last Thursday night .a.b..a,
llr< A D. isIs
't
\ PRICE LOW| R. F. WILEY, the '
citizens' committee to delve 1 and during
ThI distance \ 01 shops T AND StflDIVISIONCLEARING. The committee will meet again old on Oct. Wr 4410, A Pi !lOfi Osedi
: : churches i$nd school. Electric WILEY MOTVR CO. PHONE J RANDOLPH : more deeply Into the manifold period of Its operation 80,000 persons > I 29L OcU 14 Zl 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 9 and thereafter on the sec- ,sen.e T. Ida ('5,
I rI1 retrleratol..u stot. and hot HAUEiNO CLAW ROCK, SAND, JOINS EVANS CRARY and' Thursday of each month, itwas problems of the plan Is a long were 'Involved Jn accident: I '.4 a
Trailer SHILL.ELEC step forward," Matthew stated. which resulted in Injuries or Tb. POUlbO 4sm 0 "4
I'I'"I N water heater. Priced right for II FOR SALE: Alfna sleeps .:..-- decided. .0.11 0, ol lb. aaV 0155pitoci.sTauiat
|RIC ANb ACETYLENE And this division stands readyto according to State
quick sale, Inquire lof owner 4. Bottle gap. new S ft. Norge Mr. and Mrs. Robert' J. Ran- damage :
t '!, en premlMt, 621 Oxirolu Ave.. ; refrigerator.! Awning; New WELBING.W. olph moved her last week from TWO FROM STUART ARE bend every effort to the use Treasurer J. Edwin Larson. Of Seb.,, AD. zo4t$ au 8 Isab 5
I'd B.\riLTOI. JENSEN "
r.< Stuart. (let..M-ZlANov.: 4-11: i paint ouUldi. IUOO cash. I.I JR, tf Sparta, N. C.. Where be will be ON BAPTIST PROGRAMMrs. of the committee. the 60,000 persona Involved only 5051
BEACH MIONE 7S-W. U.
The State Division head also driver' license;
-- UOO had their
A. Slmersoa, Stuart Trailer ---. associated with attorney Evans a L. Edenf, leld gave spec anD t. IS' Tt'91IA. ,
," 'OR SAlt: 7-tube JTruetoneI I Park. j Nov4-tf LET US tpraylpaint your grass Crary in the New Arthur Dehon lal ,music and L. C!Klckllter I presented hailed the recent meeting in sispended.* CUr 5.4.0.. i 'y-4 CMO
Florida of Senator W for Florida's Insurance 11. I*. tunjfi II 1!
table mod4 I radio, walnut cab- rug, UAn dhaln, or kitchen Bldg. They are residing at 931 a brotherhood report durng George i 4 spokesman -
i tact, excelbnl condition. ITO.t I MOHAWK. .RPET-8ee our furnitnrA /SHUTTER PRO East Fourth St., and have a ton the two-day program of the Malone Nevada Republican,I Commissioner recently LEGAL sLycurocecc
,, ; l Call 35-WJ No"" full line crisIS| the latest eol.on DUCTS \0/ Box 945. Phones and three daughters. 8th annual session of the In- chairman of: the Senate IUb- stated that "this new law wan

t I and tcfcture weaves. We 2(7 or 99-U Aug 191 Randolph 36, was graduated Ian River Baptist Association committee on canal and flood the greatest contribution in NOTICE Ot iNTtnnon' oo

I ,+ I FOIL SALE: arfe PlantLlit Cal->$, give you xpert Inatallatlon I II from the University of Texas and here last Thursday and Friday. ontrol., many year to' safety on our 54555.Ficrirlots. 5. 'nba NAME hi
Ion Lmuu cm in within tbrfe$ weeks of date of I SPENCER SUTORTS for women. he School of Law at Wake For i rtreeU and highway" ,.ai.d o'ada' ..,M4O.dI.
Both appeared on the Friday
; quart cans. Also t'oconnt your ord$r. Grlffln-Ecker Men* Vilt*. LaeOa Dew to take .. 55555. ta1..kliu4 ISe54L, a.sbusm54as'
\ I est, N. C. He I II planning program. Ortstandlni personal- : \DVUTIIIIME .'. : CACms
Palms. Craig, 317'Albany. \\Jne. 900 M Dixie, Ft. Pierce. ney, 1101/oVr* AT*. Pert he Florida bar examination In the In'liVUr 1 Man Is Thankful IIGAI. Is osI ha A'a'P 140,
I fri :
on I
program ,
i \ Nov. 4 I Nov. 4.111525IIlllHlIIIIlllljllllllIIlIllIIlIHIllllIllIII Pierce. Pfcone\U7-H for appointment. member of the NOTICE 01' INTENTION To utoisaca; srr0( *1ialbS. .
March. He 1 11 a > tee hoU.pastor o' ttu FICTITIOUS NAMEN.tk. Fa asth., ltd s-Aah. so.alvElas
\ ,tDONT AmerIcan Bar Association past I .. It "*..hr 05.5. Sb'S'. 5 ... beos 051005
4o Church In Day- To /
First
: V. S. 1 flllllT in Baptist Stay in Jail ...1.i ..* *14w. .... .W ltlWM. .?CW. / kkk 50 Mll .,5 4
t:1 1,900 ft. en! U. S. No. 1 Hwy. \ MOTICESIIIIIIIUIIIIIII WAIT unti It'i toe late. resident of the Lion Club lena Beach Dr. Ollle Edmunds, A' '..... .tams .......... A.1e # 5541. buh.e.o, pflo.I'o' .
byI Sparta, a Mason, former Boy .91 I n.deee. ...1&11110 Cfc; >A f/k.. Cl" 55514, Mak j*' CO.osnlnisaum..i
president> of Stetson\ University
See automobile
f I.Me ft. deep. South of ptuart, I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIII nil today to\ commissioner and .anplscopallan. Tampa, Nor 4-(FNS>-Dep- -'a C..rt te sod I.. 5.514, ct -.... .' ddpIs.dNd
west of Ilnhe Sound Fink business Insnra/ce that you\red under Scout the Rev. J. R. White, ot Fort 54 11.4 *; 5"
( \ NOTICE hUes and )jail ollnlll- t'W' =: Wislum.W4
guards = $
., (1'1"" siiejspeclal 1835 the new' financial responsibility PIerce, T. M Johns, head of the :' ;.: lb. ... 44.5045555 01.a
price :
: 1 t' per Read th< Miami Herald. Early made his first visit to borough County Sheriff Hughulbrcath'l 40
'I. b .:; foot. Asc for booklet., Brokers Thone 161.3Nov.4 Law. Theodore Dehon He Baptist'' Children'* Home in OLYMPIA tel 'cositsY
4 I 11
morning w
j co-operate. i I \ livery. Son./Dehon Bldg. Pbon* SL Florida two month ago with and what.said Lakeland and the Rev..Thomas staff have recovered enforcemep from a ,' .: .. .:;I I t:: t::::::: ?, 1 1'OTVP

;\ .. S. BLAIN 1Koom.felO 1 1TLLTES U he 1* "very pleased Hansen of Jacksonville: hock 'I N.%. s-.d. ....d. C.4ie.; YI.e4111 0,00.5__ 0.5, d JJiJL
Stuart" which given them by
found in a young .. '
have
'' Olympia Bldg FOR TIM PERSONAL TOUCH WI '15.1 i j.'uel' Slbo.A.0 Is soW iiI_ AoVesTD151i''t
f 't' j Ma6Ut send Portrait Greeting Cards .ilasti* itoekmg, they Intend to make' a permanent P-TA WILL MEET man who was recently released b.m.5-,,vwt; % It w C.Smia.w. M.,154.... ft5. w.bSoea..... I.
t __ this Christmas or have them knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart residence The Salerno P-TA will. meet from ,Jail after having been confined 55.5. 5.554.. VnI. NOTICE OF INtENTIoN 10 I
r =
HAVE .ell-\ : second addition to SenatorCrary'i i a abort tIme for drunk- ::::.. ... AAMI
TQC seen our >>rO made Aim your own Snap UfuitOEN g Corp.! U, A at the school house at 8 p.m. __ I. =1.Sbw ICTITIOUS MlM I. bAbV *'* '
I pelled .tvlrling mower' Saves office personnel Is Miss Tuesday. Thank from the ness. VI.llooal
shot. Bid out about our present : di.Ste..4 eiO.'Mzlo.
that for Gould Pumps. All who began stenographic The Intern lavish II_ ',l" ;
hard pushing. Com* In recivkable low price at Jean Bobbins president are extended to all paid compliment .
for de.$onltratlon. Also .hVve the RllfcVKE PHOTO SHOP, III S I. Immediate delivery duties there last :week. who helped with the Halloween all down the line for the I.E !.u4ISi'ye Anvrs EMEN'TNBTftEii akOilYliIloIsb.n.d.e' :IS,. ,CoW'S 45 4 5sa.

mower io rent by the hoe il .r Oct. 21 tf ,('Stuart Hardware Ce. Phone arty there Friday night. excellent care given him during
day. Uean up that vacant Rot 105. U JENSEN BUS SERVICE his stay In the HUlsborough

I and mike your place look bit* flilIllIlIl 'HOPED WITHIN WEEK' .FERTILIZER: CONSUMPTIONThe County ,jail. The food wan ex ,Is.d. s.d.1.555 iS.tIm 0. .,.A5..1soils. .4 545,

ter. Rfph", timer Motor Co F RRENT FINE ARTS GUILD bureau of Inspection of cellent the guard were considerate 54;, .0.54',, I s1 k .1 0. CbS5 = a.$ :: A:

I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAPARTMENTAfor TO MEET MONDAYThe Joseph Succa of Sunrise Tran- the Florida Department of Agriculture and the arresting deputies : -

FOR SAE: BOAT Z3 FT. CHRI rent S rooms, sit Company Fort Pierce announced report 183 ton of mixed unusually fair. Noticeably ill Ski. etb, SI, ta. ..* ::, :
newl decolated, all electric, rtllizers and 4.2 tons of fertl- while in Jail he STUART FUR TI K COMPANY ( .5JeIS
received doctor
NEW CHRYSLER MOTO1EQLIPPED. November meeting of the to Jensen Beach Busies Ismpumt.d5 .blb ,. 540 oitbutb10$
FULL EXCE; Iarg screen -in porch. Center Men' Association Monday(\ liner material were consumed dental and nurse care and-inI '.5. is b.I... s-i.e .5'ci.

LENT CONDITION. R. i <* town.I Suitable for two Fine Arts Guild will be held at night that the firm "hopes tolet In Martin County" during Sep- till I oplnlon-eam. out., a rejuvenated -' 7.,.,tIsd.e b554m.511 lb. ps1b 555.1. M.u.54ueSoS.4 Cam.Se : : i:

WILE ', WILEY MOTOR CO Bdufs. Call\300. Nov. 4-tI the Woman1 Club at I pjn Monday the new bus service started temper. 'S ,VM man. ._w bu.bo.. .,. Mbmhb. e.4 Yb- ( i U t
,. _
STUA1LT, PHONE Z9I.Oct. FOR fEASONAtV RENT! Several Following the business session within a week linking Fort 55.50,4 Sb.Mam.kk.. s,,,. Rn.e pea.IM..me.,I.ndo s.d.

14, Zl, 28, Nov 4' furbished bouies on Sewall's a string trio composed by Pierce Jensen Beach and Stuart ad i .* bmir lambli IN coijsfv 'uD11'MASTIN

WS CA4 supply you with .all the Poi t; fine location and beau. Wendell Waten on' the cello, via Indian River Drive. Formal State Inspectors.Condemned I t'a am. Mloetke POW 1l"ax

Bar SeUPrilnlhlrrIaUonPam tlf grounds. L, F. Knowles, Mr*, E. F Johnwlck violin, and announcement will be madethrough ;_!" Il. IsLEGAl. 0510505, ISTAC 55 5)1 aisM. t?

I yon need. Ralph Ulmer Phfoe T 87-R. Biikers protect- Sara Rollins, piano, wilt presenta press and radio, he Illegal Gasoline KeroseneFrom DVE TIUM&NTIN ; ; 4

M Mo_ _Company:....._ Aug.11_tf ed1 v Oct. 1* tf program tated.Present plana are to make THE ciacJrr to i ice aso P0* APPLICATIon ro ir
A second presentation by the "-- MASTIN cIUNTY, 5.0550* CHASGOSNOTICS
FOR *LEI': room house, rom FOB RENT Twk down-tewa round trips day. with Is s-iAlveeId .0 a 40
Guild of Noel Cowards Blithe three a 'July 1, 1017. to June SO: aayi most of the oU companlei SASMA jaryys via Is s.d P"s.du
pletfly I furnished, 11.500. See apartments. New y furnished, Spirit will be made at the high possibility of a beach connection' 1948, U.641 gasoline and kerosene are cooperating in the fullest smaRT cvaIu, pay,
or +rite Sheldon Baker, Box MI electric equlpnknt. Pbene being considered PIoTI, To 5Ho CAUS(
school auditorium Dec. 3. Water retail pumps were !Inspected extent.
(,. Nov.4-11 I 8 yart 1. \ May 13 ii will replace C. F "Pat" Pat The Jensen business men authorized by the Department of Agriculre. During the. fUcaJ 'year 20677 INC DAYIIjuHILTNcao STATIOP ruaala yQ dAlTON

FOR f ALE: Golf Clubs, with new rOB RENTs Floor mdls terson In the male lead while printing of 1,000 directional From this number 4,801 samples of kerosene were taken So.v.5 504,onIh.mb.5, b.., so.,otifa. .s.tal flumli soon

bag$ S3IOO Write box 767 j thine and edger Refinish Henry! A. Kindred replaces John map for the area. were found to be Inaccurate or from retail and bulk plants, .of ,tos,1 4. 44 0. 1.11. C .t pSeed. yf N I. t0i'0"4'

Shddon Baker. Nov. 4 I\ roar floor at halO U. rate U. Wenninger ai the doctor. otherwlseout of order. Of the I which HUH galloni were found Alms s54Iti,4 Va.554 05,mblb C's,4.101 S ,wis,4, .4 0 s-i 4. 50014-.,. "54_ ml u Idti

FOR BALE-House on 94x150' } .Ph.ne 198 Stuart lardwazo GARAGE IS OPENEDIN number ot pump found to be to be. Illegal or adulterated '.5'. .4 .4seam, .4 i.-o 4 eel. u.n. ;' : .r '
't:1
CHuacHU OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST" SALERNO TUESDAY .51 J.,4 055.14 0.-Is.' 4 p's ... ;;:
accurate 3,019 were corrected The Illegal kerosene
lot j 2nd house north ot Diner Ce \ tf Vial either *umb ,.s so .5.. 44 ..
Co tch on River Road, Jensen .. 'ADA" AND FALLEN 114N. So Sb..sb0..t and <78,were condemned *s be- destroyed or delivered to one of Iho.. .4, 0., sOt lb. i 04 .544
.41fPEWRITUS FOR .' .1Mo ...._......_ wbkb. o15I. Th Old Dixie Oarage on State .054,1.I.bo.ie s.t is 5, ,.d. .4eel. moun. 5tE 0, sapraF
NT-Br hog beyond repair. During thelaml the State
( Institutions
Be ch. $8,500. A. J. Wllkle, .. ...d I. c ....... 50 C.rio. "......... Toley for whatever sib ,b..l. sI Si. V tOo 4
[ 25t Jensen Beach, Florida. week .r month Fh4sae 3... I .._w...... III. ".14 ....... N....,. Road; AlA, opposite year S7J8J kerosene pumps use may be found for it. 0.50 4 ,,54a .t 004 C. .5 ISmSo
The" Stuart Mews Oftldt. Of TkOoM* Tn'n. .555 Boatyard, was opened Tuesday In retail outlets were Inspected, Also during the fiscal 5, 5.s s. Mui. LAo.j YSe 5 m 500
Oct,3SNovd .- 5, a ..UI too lb. uu.'Sb' .... .u555'd. In Salerno by C. A. Waggoner to year end. lab 44 54 llbumh., a. 15. Ii .
tk. .a fM. OT 1*, Vr |M. AIM 111 of Which 732 were found to beOllt hog June 30, 18&, 34,955 samples ShdhJts.ns p.s Sosmm slit ICc I.
PAljtT Foa----; OotsideWhite I II FOR RENT; Tw* new all aleetrie I I.md := ... usu :i Sb.. ds$ ,; handle auto and marine engine of order Correction notices of gasoline were taken suaP ee. ml 50* seam ad .,4 5aTas'sz
apartments, rou&d er tk. ,,so,.& s.d krmUiW l No. kit KM.IHto from re-
and Flat White, $1.98 year i (k. kratk *f lOst s.d MM* :kM ai< i repair work The Waggoner were issued on SOS which were tail bulk, plant&, ''tank can and ; : : : a..s..o A. xoa.'v.Fdd.o WTENTJOl
season Box 1I1Z er. shone Asise Mnr ICoamlo 11411, And family moved recently tromOme.tead and back In 54 me ..sd Sbumts ricriTifu* f.iL
allon
I per gallon In 4-f lots. Colon ', a repaired put order. terminal outlets. I'rol1U1ese Cams. ,
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145.J. No4-ll, Awxit lk. ....u.*. whlck Mi..... where .4.i$ 50. c4., s,4 .mI th.sf, aS lt ll55Iuea l
and parch and deck enamel .... ...._...._ b .he Isikeivu. ftum to ,Salerno while 187 were found to be bepond samples 321tl gallons were (a.,, Sm.. I. a". N.m. cmos .lvod 5. .e IO 55.0d4.0" 45o515.
.* from $.Ut to IZ M per gal WANT TO RENT nfunaMied kraitk'to.. B'' Io.0.ln .liki M*'MMrlkTfc. r. lr.., low......k.asblwWbusuo..t.duIt' .h_ they have built a home. ; .... found to be illegal and were likewise dj54..sOS 1550 d.j ul n-atOm, A.I 1. 0 01 -

Ion. Hob* Sound Lumber Co. house Most have 2 bedroom llMtaklilt"tk ). The gasoline and kerosene in* either destroyed or put to 1.-s. Pouxaoy :
Phone 3551 Apr.ZZ U Phone 275. Not.4 ........... "." 10.1.... Sb.. .4 DIX IN ACCIDENTS spectlon Insures correct measure use by some of the State Insti I A. CIos,545b, e54Coe5 0so
/HM|... ._.. 1_ "'.....10. killed and Ow, Bons MM* ntHM** :
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FOR SALE:: 1* .e..... I acres In tlIllIlIIuIIlIIllIuIIIIUllIIIlltllSIliIIIlllIUlWANTED .lik"i.."i. ....' 5e4p4ur.L'b.k.e lor .... JO Injured In 71 reported acd quired octane test and detection Inspection of gasoline and CNEAL* STSTWSi. sa

.. UZtxSM ft. I yn. 0101.F. .050 .0 LSd 0.0.'. "AM.4 tII sit Is.m.d.I. :usod. I. weSm lb. dents In. Martin County for the 01 any adulterant which may getinto kerosene Commissioner Mayo* 4'TkV* COPY ADPIITSis tfJj--

*.,-.*.. bouse. Land fronts IlltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIII ,. aba. b.'lbl. 51551555 Ie.? .4 ven-month period ending Aug the product. Inspectors are says wtU. continue at ateppednp I. .oI bs.4m

I. Indian River; located between j WANTED TO BUY! Jib... concrete .wlrHul.Kv W..Q.amb5.* <|u'ta uamd Sb. kx4 Is Ik.W 0.4 tb.t.h. 31, report by the State Depart- continually on the alert to keep rate with an ultimate) goaj.cl f s.d-, I. ,NnSa Ceoso.nrAL'nlsnd .54. 0.11.tlo550Y ees.d SN.

I Salerno. and Comes. mixer, with *r without sat erf mm, a Ik* k l. .055411. H ,, mont of Public Safety showed the gasoline and kerosene up to ridding Florida of adulteration ( SbuS s'4lw55Nd
11 Owner-H. F. Thompson Ba ',I motor Guy Boyd, Box 111 osttoS. J"l!Islip sbm.454g4..4." here last wed. Of the accidents he standard required by lawand in these extensively: used commodltles. SONIN.AeedtO.A PADEaWJE 05.14.

,JenIct. 01.. Oct..I. if I ........, Nev t '" ___ \\11"" reported <7 were In rural 'areas. Commissioner\ Nathan Mayo\ Auum. PIs5.sa5. 1
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PACE FIVE
CCESSFUtr'YBAR, HELD the Blind culled lj
the 194748 fiscal '- ;
Indian
jynpa,, Nov. *-Dosplt* the !year Iti most tuoceisful since the Ricer Drive Georgia-Florida football game Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neal have C

,jlca, of a stringent' budget, |Council waj created In 1941, in the -------- In Jacksonville Saturday, While re-rented! the Arthur Gifford
lOOO\ > loss than' exported to I agency's annual l report currently there they will be house guests ,home in Walton. Mr. and Mr*. ,

4* the Florida Council for Nihil .rvkawd. Halloween Party Js Held Ot R Mattox mother, Mrs. Edith Neat year lived ago here a number of Offered By

Mattox Mr and Mrs. W.
- H. Lennard
LIST your' Room, Apartment ,and Rental For Teen-Agers Sunday Three hours fishing on board had a* all-day guest last Sunday Coleman's
;, Home: with on the Johnston boat Thursday by Mrs. R W. Lennard of Fort ,Firestone ,

as.L By !MRS\ VIVA C. BOAT I -- R. W, West and R. T Johnston Pierce Farm. "
FULFORD I brought these fishermen I Mr and Mr*. Norman peck of t. :
At Walton Community Center growth and expansion arc two' varieties, them many Middletown, Com, Mr Arthur .'( ,
among three
." cluJ 1' aluls black cat prowled skeletons thing that every progressivetown theephead French, Bridgeport, sister of
: danced and besets squeaked lor withes to obtain He Is lbs, each weighing over five Mrs. }feck' and:! Mrs. Pauline Now-Every Boy'and Glr'' Can Have :;
RENTING teen-ager at a Halloween party hoping his 'hew.buslne.. will! fit Miss Helen Rynskl, former Tower ,Hlgganam, Conn.., arrived I '
f Trite ?. 0. Lox No. j Sunday. There were all kind into Jensen Beach development employe of the Citizens Bank of in Walton Oct. 28, where Their Own Juk. Boxl" :
4/ picture. .
\: j North of contest, spook game and a Stuart, is now connected with they visited Mr, and Mr. Leland j f
Colorado
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Avenue dins program combined with Commendation thould be given the First National Bank In Palm Hubbard until Friday before
Phone 317 I f whimsical\ ,novelties that ,kept Jensen :Beach Business Men Beach She made the chang in continuing to Miami and Key I
Stuart ;Florida / the young people on their toes, Association for step taken In order to take a special college West LLa I II
Daylight hours advertising and for Important course in that town. For the 'Mr; and Mi*. George Ehardt j ,
games on
were I
A the tennis court when glazed applet Improvements preparing a way present she is located at the from Ambler, Pa., taking a six- liNG CROSBY ;.
and candy were served. Ina to serve home-folk and tourists YWCA In West Palm Beach. week tour of Florida stoppedIn I ., "
WILLIAMS blindfold drawing of a human more efficiently in their year Mrs,' R. C: Boynton of the Walton/ last week end making JUKE BOX ; ; '
& SON round and winter-home town. reservation at LU-Lee Bougaln
Drive made
form on ft pumpkin hell, prIZeswere. high score In con*
Motoring to Hutchinson Island tract games villas for the cottage they occupied
awarded Florence De Maes- Monday evening
Federal Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E. R En- when her club last season They will occupy PHONOGRAPHImagine
Highway at first SL chalk and Ruth ROM I was entertained I ,
it Jan. 1 .
to Vero by Mrs Herbert n
sey were accompanied Harrison in Fort,
"Old Orisley
Bits Chair"
SERVICE in Hi* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moran,of
THAT SATISFIES Beach by their daughter-in-law,, Pierce Mr* Fred Bridge ww
was a game of sound. Blanch I Pond kiddy!; N. Y, who have a
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Mr* John Donal Ensey, who also a winner, Other
playing
SINCLAIR GAS & OIL Ross Moehle won first prize and ftuth stopped for a visit to her mother,: were Mr*. David Wilbur, Mr I winter cottage in Ocean Breeze H t ?r the thrill ofowning :
second.
POLISHING Mrs Wallace I Camp, Jensen Beach< were all-
WASHING+ ._, LUBRICATION Faye BlUlngton) HIggs Mrs Robert ""
Handsome: costume honors day guests of Cpl\ and Mrs. A. S. ;your own .
Johns,
On business In Jacksonville Mr* Harry Orr, Jr, and
TIRES BATTERIES AND SUPPLIES went to Janet Rose and for the from 0'Brleu in Walton Monday.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Edward Miss Frances Blackburn, juke boit Will play
\ROAD most comical fat'Negro mll.ll1tnt Pcckll tame to Eden last week Mr and Mrs, John i: sTM I
SERVICE to Barbara: Rynskl At dusk Conway kE-E CHANGE ,,,c.a.i., > up to 12.loch record :
for a look at his holdings and a who recently sold their Ankona J
/ HONE 9122smutoBKHnane the company moved to the hall two-day visit with I Mr and Mrs. property to Mr, and Mrs. Kirk ( 'Effective immediately, per- and has volume con 4
where was a long table covered C H, Conant at their home. Mr,j' Greets from Vancouver, Canada, roni Mho have been separatedfrom trot lights 5''<:
-,III. with Halloween cloth on which and Mrs. Peckli anticipate the Naval service for a Colored
sat' black cuts, spook and 1 Cherry period In excess of 38 days may: flash
opening their residence in Eden I. on and off during -
pumpkin with grotesque faces re-enlist only at Navy recruiting 33.95BUNGALOW
\ Inslae the faces were lights that shortly for their anpual winter station," It was announced today tJlMf operation i'I" '
REALE'ST{ A TE blinked a* the young people stay. Commissioner by CPO C, B, Holcomb recruiterlncharge 1 // 4
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dined. County I' of the Navy'' : <' ,
Quests for the occasion were Jennings ha returned, to his recruiting I station P, o. Bldg,'I, ( t. ,
Hom iite and Waterfrontag Barbara !, home in Walton after a trip to NG West Palm I Beach: / b.-- ..
Rynakl June Rynskl .. }1id;
Washington D. C, With Com -,- ------___ _. ..
ReasonableNew \ Janet Rose, Virginia Hubbard, missioner Jlmmle Barry and ,

Address 4th,, Street Opposite SchoolOn Florence De Maesschalk, Ruth Chairman Dewey Wllcox of Fort I IA
Ross, Rosann, Sharon Kay Betty
pierce, he attended the delivery
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of the title to Pepper Park
Faye Rappold, Blanch Moehle,
the county iy Senator Pepper
O KUBIN Richard lorrest, Charles Moehle The, property was formerly the 'l''
: Charles Happold, Michael Silver
old Coast Guard property on the ;
f' and Jay Green beach. '

_. Mrs heC e o: tedW o Attending the P-TA carnival I
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!In White City Friday night were O D INS 5 ROOMS AND GARAGE
mother who accompanied their Mr and Mrs. W. H Lennard,' DOUBT
children. Leicester Leonard. 'ANC is not anl
JTQ Mr. and Mrs. :
.z SLOCUM'S Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer Leonard,! l en E ense .
fJiQ/ Jensen Beach Business Men*' Mr, and Mrs. E. Griffith and Mr.I 2 LOTS \ "
f Association state they still havetask I and Mrs Charles Moehle) all of j Never as It'san t
to be done to let the nation II '
Walton
A Happ SurpriseFLOWERS IN S MENTIN 11'
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tourlata about their Mrs. Joseph Worthington and '

\ climate excellent fishing, their Mrs J.8. Askln of Ankona, I leaders -I SEC ITY.it '
WIRE\ agricultural potentialities! and for the St Anastasla Senior I $6,500 A" REAL BUY ;
the growing demand for .
"BY new 4-H Club, attended the moth N
businesses. er-daughter supper party when r it ,
\ ,Everywhere In this locality we this group also entertained the 1 MED .f
ANY OCCASION find tremendous (amount of senior club of St Lode County.school t See. '
building and remodeling going and their mothers Oct.1 .' ;1; ;
on This reflects prosperity | ... '1
Anywhere. ,, At Any Time I Another new project at Martin 27Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Mattox APP .} '
and St Lucle County line on Indian have taken an apartment on REALTOR 1 THEODORE DEHON ,And SONPhone
Phone 387 River Drive will be outlined tUb street In Fort Pierce Mat
J I' shortly by Edward Peckells "" ho- tox will Join his wife, the former P. O. Arcade flH ." '
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: has constructed store building Miss Katherine Ensey, in Wal- Phone 19 tia SI Dehon Building Stuart, Fla. : .;
iH, or Sunday J39-J Arthur t Dehon Bldg. there. Recently visiting< here ton today Tomorrow they will) ,
,'I,,' from Brooklyn to look over Tils j accompany Mr. and Mr*. John i .
holdings, ,Ii0 explained! that' (, .
Shaw of Fort Pierce for the r"
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I 4i I. Jr 'iSe that ,.nop D', f al nunnuutnm0unolmminunutuitutuatmuuununnuunuuuuua,,,,,,,,,'
) ;s'I i Published every Thursday at lopm' down the lonely On ,ttrtei of aJJreuu by SIIpltint
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IPACt 'I I iI I Florida corporation. TO ELMO ROPER CIve a Society (in writ fit* Beach.VITCHE3 .)

I t tf Entered as econd-elati mall man enough rope and he'll: \ BROOM OF OLEANDER
CLIO j matter at the post office at, i / I Ir ,hang himself oa a predrc- By EnoMAif WEST
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:r: Stuart, Florida, under the Act 4 lion.TO Florida /
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d i : .1.1span'lP t A FREE PRESS LIFE MAGAZINCt The common oleander (flvVrtow t&emfer/ 14)) u( a widely
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r A "e'':i;,' 1-1lh;;,., 't I t t; t 35 YEARS OF SERVICE Beautiful picture: you _had ornamental in private and civic plantings in Fkmda It has tm..?II.

fi l .' 'J fp led Tk" tHi&rt D.llr Nm' *>i > e.e/"ar''' .f "The Nest Presidentcrosamg popularity because it makes vigorous growth under a vakoty| ,j
Paint"I':' \ \ t .tJ' t N lk o Sturt TI' M, Ik* (Iril aw / San Francisco: : and conditions, has a pleasing range ol( coW in the fa.
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Wlthi A FREE Mrs uMMM IB Smart. April II
;I",f i I'.A-'::, o-" '} \ *at tM Umrl M.M.IS., au / br" I Bay," but you should haw and b affected T>y few serious tra+bks. 1 he moit. serious fw
tacUlt'H( '" \t\ TIM Tim Ml MiuolKlalW oa Boat/ '
libl, S, HIT m* ItMrt 0>llr Nn ;l added Mrt A Dream disease of oleander in Florida b called witches broom:
,< w Nuclei oetoiwr. .. Ittl In ewb, i, t 1/N The outstanding characterbtic of witches broom
; '. I Iv w 'rww rly kwn1 tto. THE COUNTY COM distan II
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If'1 f" :: oleander
of the .
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4f I ,. wta U..aorn. I Ie'1 I MISSION For Pet.'. sake abnormal branching Healthy )voting ttafc
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t J ', n. A._..... ._. fe.MttltM. nol.."wrf N.. tM Mr > /r _......._ at ..aII.. china: i if you have) to except near 1M top, Older stems or tnmks may bear several ,
Ja \(, -,Ferw .MeutN. I. tbhr' ..,.MMre .,11 u an A' aroIa1te1a. start at Stuart Free. 3 and branches, uiuallv scattered akmg the main stem Slirubj affedJ! ,'
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I f >wm A, MINNINCkRHINKST .. $Ybll.bw Jensen Free. 1 neither of (he witches broom disease beat one to many rosettes or dunw! iK,
.,.. '' ;.r I ; i r, LYONS ... .. .. .''' :'::..'.:::'::::::-..":.- ''. ".:..:":..,,-.rate a finished: counting of small slender branches 10 to 18 htdxM length. Thei, 4
> tDWm A. MEkNlNGEO. .. ... -- ? ,,,,.,Cllr aUt"wILLIAY t tt which node the stem These dens
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occur ol
3 I H HITCBKi.IIOMN : ::.A/"rt4lea. Yn.nr a i till late Wednesday. tbranclxi
,4f r'', U. MtNHIITOERM . .. ..., .., ........, ..,.. ..BasraYeaarer ____ vaguely resemble a broom, hence the common name"wt\'
., I .':' --- A f- ,' ,ri BRIDGE IS HOW broom" dueaae. The brooms are usually attached to one aide fj

f f, I '.1. :' 1'?;j', ar >0, OM tae ......SUBSCRIPTION. ........ ...all RATES'!'w. Tto ....___...IMAlartWnr I YOU TALK IT stem although they may extend aIl'the way around It. \Mtlmuireption
1. ," By SvoNit J J. H{*""'* they I occur on wood six months or more old ,On snot.. (
., I' t I fir ntn Ntu1a kae"r h Iwhatka TI.. i3iwKlM.Ii.lf*""*** firlaYl there may be only two at three.of the slender! twigs in. tlie Imnnjn ,
slat' /btatbrabN
I i L 'tit, i(i .ray. Aa,7r41 rt 4l l 10 wlixlvclr' mtltM. 0 lfc.. ./. '.r nnkllcitkM" w ill MVI.MEMBER 3 I have jut been reading a bonk + most eases they number more than) 20 A broom rarely Ne
; ) F called I Bfetter Bridge fof Better t pf more than SO shoots. Individual stems on the !broom are unlm, ,
f 1\\ 1 fi'r r Pluyeri;' and white/ It II alt right and curve upward from a common base so that the cluster+ apC'',
(' Oj O + 'In IU own drv. technical way, the quite dense. The twigs /In broom never bear flowers.. The !bn,
1948 M author leaves so much unsaid. Pan may occur anywhere along a stem from near the top of the kin'
\. q 4Tj ; rte I tJnilurlv. he fails to mention the the has! near the ground line. Some, swelling of the Atom. Is tnat
t ; + Harris Svsrem of Bidding and the point of attachment In cases of lung standing alrnnst. e
: i ; Playing, stein will show this multiple. branching near the base and tie V
; -- --- "- In the Harris S 1Itmf0U'part.. put of the clump wilt be mass of 'weak slender steins Tin .JI
TRIES FOR FLOOD CONTROL t 1 p"b Her .b octet left in the dark M to such a bush will never appear vigorous and healthy and in 9e
,11 where you stand, If yet have a will ever be produced. ,'
r 1..1.: November 2. 1948 ,. ; bust!; hand,.for Instance, there arseveral If f the brooms are "left undisturbed they) will die in a few nor I
t Col A. G Matthews, Chief Engineer ;r ? ;., ,tt; thofce, ways of making'it alter formation, Fort the slender twig love their leaves ll",n, J,,
i SUite Board of Conservation e known. The first, al course b to and become dork. brown or block In color,
I Division' of Water Sun eys & Research ri r look> af' your: card and then eiclujm Witrbe Voom of eleander has bet* reported only) /Iron I.iJ.
I Tullahanse, Florida i kmdlyj 'Vfhtr dealt thn It has been found as fir' mirth as Ormond on the; List tuit, !t;'

n' Dear (Col. Matthew: men, myway?"' Naturally, no (pleorwater on the West Coast In the south Ms rang ,temti.
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+ tune' partner would bid after Information as oleanders are grown.' The disease appears. to be mud "mm. i
In connection with the work you are doing on water ( like that mon and severe within a few miles of tin coast but U 'xxirr' (roiilly '

; conservation' \ in Florida, it seems to me that some!! effort ? ". There Is also'! the Sod Pass of a In some of the Inland mwrttkSperlmm. haw been 11'III1' !1
I should be made to renters the balance of nature a* itt .r eM44'M'a bint bund! ., which Is done with the Palatka, : Leeshurg and two localities In the ridge section UiU. Nand

>xi>ttd before man, in a craze for the dollar, started r"y? ryes downcast, the voice low.and Seining.
', ,' hipping down every tree he could find I dont think -- nwtimful" Mid the cords hanging A kind of witches" broom of oleander caused bviJtq i b I b>

: : r ; it IH much wonder that flood conditions, not only in Florida limply (from the fingers I f ave investigated in California but there b nojiublidied informjtton i oat '

'ti ,,,I, :, ,, but throughout the United States: are becoming increasingly News and Comment S/ always fonnd this extremely effective present It seems distinct from the Florida disease.)
; I r i bad 1 in spite of the billion being spent by the U.SII : The cause of wlhbes bniom on oleander/ In FWi >#ltatroKii .pr)) lt obtains entrance at a node and into the hi f
When pick i hand that ] ) grows
t Army Engineers and others to guide the water you up
1 :\ qujckly, from the skies to. the sea without giving it supply RIGHT AFTER the fourth child [in a yearA YEP. THE 'XE with us today the sweet h dam good for an assist, but not stimulating the formation/ of 'an abnormal number tif,f.vegetutnt'; I,
.., oppor- down in :Col. good} enough to bid multiple( buds) many of which= develop, Into slundtt! twigs Al
i''' f Unity to sink into the soil. as stricken Greeley? by a little soul who win be'running{ this country on you say
's II! drunken driver, this( ad appeared in the "Pud*..In iibranl, quivering tunes Issues. remain grrctt and succult-r.t while this (formalkm/ fs drVtfc
t The L. S Army Engineers! to be when the 21st Century rolls around
seem constitutionally
the cards and there! b no outward indication that organism InvuHtd,
Jtcal daily : "Get The Children Off the holding tensely, with anile any
1 r,) incapable of grasping! the idea that the only way tc Street-The Man of Distinction is Driving At that time, they will be in the 65 to (0 of sweet anticipation. on loaf as the twigi begin to die and tarn brown numerate small putt

I: prevent floods is to keep the water from:: accumulating ." bracket which I I. just the prime of life fO':1: your face<< Thb h known as a"cue' .begin to develop, especially near the buses of the twigV' By fl* 1
:t ill catch ba@ms. After the water get in the basin, whether statesmen and politician\ pass, or if4nu havu-any- the twigs on compk-tcly dead,these pustuk-s are nutilte, bUi
t.I It M, "I' it H Lake 'Okeechobee or some similar: body of water, the WHO REMEMBERS when breakfast food e tlibig i "partner! -pleare-bid exuding thread.like "masses of block microscnpic" spnre< T1" ..*.

I ,: truly way to get rid of it to to dig more ditches And so were bought for the contents instead of the WE'ARfi. TALKING about the dear little : There1 b aba the Doubtful" } 1 di.trillt..ed. to other parts of the plant or,to albs plttitl, l I.ft.-)[ '
I I'' you engineers confine your energies to bigger and better cartons: clrildren at Stuart school. Bid If yon) have, a marginal bid jnd perhnps fill the feet tli birds or the hands. of man if .....%!. pi
ditches ire snnched after handling the dead brooms. H.iln wa he t.ht'l'
instead ,of u.fnllour ingenuity to imitate nature and Ire not qmte wire yon should
i li: and prevent that surplus water ever from getting into the WE SEE THE DEMOCRATS are stm"lnpower A 'GOOP Y t PERCENTAGE of these go very far with //t, vnke your bid down, the stems to their .buses Where the brooms,,)Ihr. crown oiplant

1 ti 1 catch basin 0, ye of little faith cherubs: spend learly all) their off-time In a sort of stutter, wearing a'' are mitldted,
1't; railing each other Although there b no outward Indication of a tangle!: <}II
I 'I't The layman and most lose sight of the names, nagging bully puzzled frown on your pus This
'JfJ r fact that the billions and billions engineers of trees which have been THE PHOTOGRAPH of an attractive ing and fighting This Is,no complaint I is known as the Hesitation, or green twigs of the witches bruom, the casual! orgunum coin be hill
1 f dlit\ in Florida )young woman appears on the! cover of the went to Stuart school myself at the glorious IRQ/t-tip-unleis-you-4huik, n- I readily in lobnntory by planting tiny bits of, the {dlnensrd t te
in the
t past 25 years were the agencies new City of Stuart folder This young' lady age of 7 to 12 when the 'school was !gn-ganw: bidDuring on stalk; cuttow medal, Fragments of the fungoui gnmlli I
whose roo'ts", trunks branches leaves and litter: were the cutterMda1 the'diseote when InoruUte."" '
is what Zack Mosley would call curvaceous where the court house is now and my the of the cards pranptly pnidvce
tI tl t r q responsible for absorbing the E'normoussurplus of water \ She sets off a bathing suit right pert. l collection! is that we studied in class and there are several play little sight wound ate healthy -re_ Brooms' aw produced if (lie inn
,;, v that you are, now so frantically seeking to corral and To date The Stuart New has received fought on the grounds! and off them. Thereare that not win mannerIsms lion b made very! near'or at the node. Inoculations between the II
,!" dump in the ocean Nothing but failure will tver attend 72 inquiries for the young lady's name still a few people in this town whom additional may tricks, but are you bound any causes a sKght swelling! of the dam and later a deMd area of( I
t : your efforts until you get back to fundamentals. Those and address-all from male residents of I I'do not like because they got me down toendeas to and on' which b' produced great iwimba tit pvenidii, at the s|"
you partner
rt r ', I 1 fundamental include compulsory reforesting of the areas this fair city T Not one woman has shownhe and rubbed my Dose in the dirt and there unite, When Irving for opponents a bearing stmctureS of the KingM are called Apparently the (largo
,t contributing to the basin where the floods are occuring dlg-htest.interest. And here we always are a few who can never really like me finesse;, b* sure to let there not, able to sprtad very fat up or down through' the. oleiUMkf +'
l, '; When a comprehensive tree planting: program I is brought heard that the women had the curoEity. for the same reason, Peace T; Brother lie a Cod!'"* If it fails say, the tissues becausethese. hiociilattoM never"produce broom MI the III
: t about in the upper reaches of the Kttuummee valley and e where is itT response b "They never work proper for above or bek,W the point el inociilutlfm. One sue:* OiocutilK
t :. M I all the other areas that contribute their water to Lake TWO LOCAL RESIDENTS, whose names e met In s tone of acute disgust bucrv'ed Inr the greenhouse for threeseason. without" \brawnekipuw
Ii',, OKoechobee and. when those tree have had an opportunity -"vill be revealed in due.course, have gone !MAY\ WE ,,conclude; on a really important If and the on the stem bearin| lho canker, These dead spnti+ or aao. .'1
,, tI to become established, you\ will find that the flood into the business of 'worm farming, To Hotel A subscriber has defied us to produce declarer you hot are all defending the rest, of thetrhs i ht the bark nevertheless produce many spores capable! .*1 111'tJ11
I i renditions that disturb date they have managed to cultivate some the age of Marlene Dietrich! : the Inh+ctinn.
now greatly south Florida will cold and lays down his
1 50,000 worms and when there are 600,000will re. WI bet broom'of oleander ta not'easily controlled 'apreisl'1!!
uidiienly be remedied. The tree planting will start the #t-j: t to market them Don't scoff WE ACCEPTED'the challenge. How old mulcting cards of three keel and del\ planting, where the dmease b kmg standing., Individual(ll.I .
4 ffhuildmg of the soil, which at present you and your This i ill the straight 'stuff: Rajging worms is Marlene She was first married] in four kings always Insist on play can be elfanmatedi by pruning, ratting off the ,broom .> pits. lit
Hvsouates are trying so energetically to wash out to sea, lor ii i>baiHa big business In the United Berlin in 1924, came to the U, S. for the big the hand out, lust in coca the paint infection. Jf( this b done while the twigs! are green, 'P'f'
Where, when and how such a tree planting effort States today and by this time next year heavy sugar in 1930-but so far has managed Alter oil, ire might, be hock by of the disease from this particukt broom b eliminated hocam
ij shall be launched it is not my province to gay, but until our Chamber of Commerce folders may to keep her age to herself Come lightning his( or e high wind may blow snore* are, shed mllT after the broom den AH primings of Ihlithnald
: tht.<. leaders of Florida grasp the fundamentals of the my of Martin County soil: "Fine for citrus, on, any old, iweeties of Marlene in Stuart, all cards tale away! In the Harris be burned because the fungus can continue to grow and. a-;
;, ;' situation' and stop trying to turn this state into a desert all trucks, gladiola)-and fish worm pro Palm City, or Indiantown. Come on, you nake System you no chaa a You ipore even after the bronpi is removed from the 1 plant, eiwliinng
f:" I by siphoning away its precious water supply nothing but duction" movie fans; How old is Marlene The : no lusting (riemdshlpenter /, ,rainy weather One watch slnnild be kept over din f fI <

P ,I ', I failure will attend the efforts being made toward '0I world awaits your answer. And whirr As lor the I bushel. and all brooms removed u seem as they can be .recognH ''
t tII tq I' I'I) called conservationVhen you are digging ditches you ANYBODY LOOKING for "peace. on you 'pre thinking and thinking. and thinking blddfcg always scoring during the rnany broom are removed and especially If any of them *" d

q I are not conserving anything You probably are fully earth" from America might well reflecton perhaps$ even\ I flying overseas to sift and murmua glance, "Oh over at the and shedding spores, a goad onpper-arrtwitdng funglckl.il( spray Ih
pud do
the belligerent attitude of the generation the ashes of the German civil recordswe're we lolfaw to luff any spores lying on the liirface of the plant Thcwhire
/ aware of the steadily dropping water table; In Florida, of which be dog in A, flshln El have 80 on: with a significant Ix"** I''
will top 2,000 D. going ,. ? b satUuctory only,i( there are no other infected+
the infiltration of salt water in many coastal areas be- -- -?"- glance: at your partner And never from .
t i iI cause the fresh water is. being dumped' in the ocean WE'RE GROWING FAST ,AIm Curiosity tell the scorer until you have. 10Q) honors by In costs whkh where new the Infections Infection. may hat arise.spread ta the base of IM'" 'II,
instead of being allowed to into the Your : wait three or four hands '' Awtrdd
ground
seep of
+ a It b all the Infected'
They' came they saw-they stayed. after Cuitnmpf: (to head NAfMt)) letter and then lay, "Oh. I (forgot tkimp Impossible to remove aI
Conservation
,a; Board fit seriously at fault if you ignore many yearsin pruning Such plants should t be dug and destroyed. Spraying'will '
I Ir ,i '', these/ facts! and fail to do something fundamental about the doldrums, Martin County la now growing rapidly. "Just the Walter M bwtter who of took curiosity; order, did that Mark 4-spsde down 100 bid,honors" Your for! be me !In not eradicate! the disease. Setting up young healthy punU jp

v 1k p ; them. Every ditch we dig in Florida from now on is a Registration figures for 1948 showed 3,899 eli&'lble'voters leave any family-The my Lulirkator prised how many times sun can are* b fruitless endeavor until .n) rofettions In the vicinity W+s.b,',

k + measure of our ignorance of the steps necessary! to bring as compared to 2,762 in 1946 a gain of 43 per cent in tWQ WHEIUNCtsT: ViRcisu. get away with that gag, you removed. In ,other words, the control pf oleander *ittb".1', '
about true conservation in the state years '' There also the Redouble J Just disease b a community project( fa which all owners of diseased {pl

i j The 25 million trees being planted annually by the No awakening civic( consciousness) behind this figure. ('I'IIIIY> flora, I for Fun. and but 1 have. no ;must cooperate,

i f offices of Florida Board of Forestry and Parks are only It reflects many new residents in all sections of the county The big executive had, made !more time They are calling ire WHO -
I IP drop in the bucket Nearly all of those are pine trees Although there has been no."nose count" since the State Iota of money and moved his family :from the front room. Who, dealt WROTE THIST

Something must be done to replant swamp areas with( census in 1945 when' we were credited with 6,094 residents to a fancy country place. Ha ,tliis mess, anyway Truth never. dieat t The ages come and go.
}> ., melaleuca and other whose became II gentleman farmer, but The retire,
iri' pre water-loying trees mountains wear away, the stars 4/j/
it is safe to assume that,the 43 'cent in '
,
lUll :
per gain his family was corucloiii of .
+ portant function is to absorb great quantities{ of water A new recruit Destruction layi earth'i mighty cities low,
was
voters corresponds to an equal gain !in population and that Hi ,hIgh estate I A neighboring( being Intro
;
And expire
I Ih and
Hid prevent its becoming a flood menace somewhere duced and the officer .asked him" empire, states dynasties !
I J 4e-! Great quantities of dry-Iandtrees will be required our population is now between 8,600 and 9,000. farmer the; trying to be friendly asked II he was Interested In a commis But caught and handed onward by the w le,

$ 'fir" reclamation of waste area like the acacias Siamese Many the of these' new residents first became acquaintedwith "FOil!yatr daughter hens i l laying any eggi?" ..Ion.No, thanks,* be replied, Truth never dies!

s 4 eons, eucalyptus/ and certain other leguminous trees that the county during the war years. Among them are They can, of course,* repliedthe "I'm not too good a shot rd Though receIved and scoffed at through the years
'ill' thrive on extremely land with many new residents of Jensen Beach who have built "but ,rather work on straight salary,* and )X884<
fai
dry sandy practically cottage camps and private residences there. Increased girl haophtlly, our position Though made tll.butt of ridicule
I ,, K> water supply. farm activity is,responsible for a percentage of the growth You know, they dun really -Great Lakes Bulletin. Though held aloft for mockery and jeers, ,
If' your board U really interested !in conservation in On the part of Martin County The News extends a haw to'-Kotory IVeMX, Coon Soft tmctdurt Denied by those of transient power possewa.( !

d "' "lorida, your field and your responsibilities are much sincere welcome tp all-and predicts that we will have VHJ.I:, TCHNEMECHltRemud, A drunk Insulated by the Insolence of lies,
barged down the
I,, greater than at present indicated and you can become a 10,000 population by, 1950. street, Crash! He Into main tele\ Truth never din I 1

ajor factor in the preservation of Florida as a' green t Clerk) 1 haw grown gray In p phone pole and said eon,. "Exfcuse\ a me, It answers" not. it does not take offense;
I tate Instead of contributing to its dehydration.' Just how the public large fn Florida fs most anxious to know, your service, itr, and now I am sir" But with a mighty alienee bides Its time I

'j euch thought you have given to this phase of your work, We are greatly concerned with the flood problem. We djsmiwed, 1* then nothing yon A little farther down the street As some I1Raat rough thereto the elements bl'mf' ,
I if hat plans you are making to prevent floods instead ofrctlng don't think the battle will be wort by ditch digging, If: carl de for meP"Empkyar he colided with a fire plug; He And all ms |Ita head .u
sr as plug puller when the surplus has accumulated you have a comprehensive program to meet this situation TH WllU You replied "Excuse me, little boy.. It ever stand; uplifted by the wire

r ''ti' ,. a Lake Okeechobee' what steps you intend to take t td we would be glad to publicize it In- our newspaper' but we ,mat tab! my bottle of hair. dye) Sill) further down, 'he banged Truth never dies! )

>revent the water from getting into Lake Okeechobee in think there are' some fundamentals at' stake that your with you,when you' go.*-tana* hb head into IIII tbet' pole ostd which I U>Vsv*
he first place, what program of legislation! you hope to board has yet hot scratched You are\our hope! for early Bearish Ntiit fell to the ground 'stunned (or a f iciently A thin.learned i U never too often repeated ""
+ iring about !in Tallahassee and in Washington to action to the moment ,
prevent end flood menace. What grounds! have we Mwnd Hat lost, all hummq \J
,!' lauds, what cooperation you have sought from the U S. for this hope "My he Railing hb head on one elbow Selected: ihousit'.' dwpend trot their 11..01' rpd
Vert Service to take advantage of their experience in on thettock txchanga"Old was overheard to sayi "W.n. I terseness of their expression, for thoufhU *r* palt *"
Very sincerely
do eel for him. I'D
:;, dealing with prevention1 of floods by the planting of trees, Edwtn A. Mennlnger.; Te,<10. do\ L Mrry 11H ,mis* me." guess passeiiVMartar Just by! : .Aft... 'tiI Wine the crowd f/*/*. fat .* .*.., Mt. *| (MM* .W no.4ts4.. {Jsi a drip 01 *. =:s"


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TtIE STUART NI'WS, STUARt:, MARTIN, .COCNTT. .FLORIDA TH1tSDU, NOT (, 14141. -'L'ai'w" ..... PAGE 319'i'Tlt


telephone Company Asks New Rate Hike FACTUAL QUIZ


, t0 Meet Higher Costs for ''Gopd Service'' GIVEN KIWANISA


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tdntlni out that increased rates arc necessary to meet to. The jjflfiJja
t 't,oafs and render good service In Florida, the Southern Bell mission company to asked the Com. quit to test Stuart 2Clwnnlana' :
authorize
Company Oct. SS med with the State the \\ell'rates knowledge Of current local
; Railroad
,pone) and temporarily under bond ef and national facts of political
Commission, In accordance
with florida
Utilities statutes, a fectlve Immediately and governmental nature failedto
de of neW' rata. Southern Ben declared In Its! produce a perfect score u A.S. .
request that present rates are Blair topped the 36 members
wholly Inadequate, pointing out taking the test'with 19 out of 20
I that costs have Increased sub correct answers at the clubs l '
UCKrER's stantially alnce' today' rates meeting at the Woman Club
T I were set as emergency charges, Oct. 23Scant. I
a.an T E X C 'O ,, In April }1847 on the basis of 194 tanged from 81to\ It
costs with the average being 13
Added gross revenue provided Bert scores below Blair 'I
SERVICE In the new rate schedule I U were 18, 172-3 and IT/j.
52,700000, representing an in. four scores were below 10. M
GAS, OIL, an LUBRICANTS crease of about 8 per cent in answered question was No U on
(Fwan.ip C.h... F *t.. S.,le. SutlMl Southern Bells present revenue the number of City Commissioners i
Irb b We Wash Lubricate and Polish Your Car In Florida. Added het income on which only one member J
1 Courteous, Efficient Service to Southern Bell after paymentof failed and next strongest knowled I freel'
Federal State and local taxes and next strongest knowledge :
n PEN 7:00 A. M. TILL 0:00 P. M. based on Income will be about resulted ,on questions on I

.I (7 DAYS A WEEK) $1.600.000, company officers said the number of County Comtnls I 4t OGEt v.\ I :
YOUR PATRONAGE APntEC Tab( I The new schedule provides loners, the names of Martin B COMIC r
DIXIE HIGHWAY J i. W, TUCKER P,.,. business telephone service InCreases County 'State Representative BOOK
ranging from 50 cents to and Senator and the length of BUM4 / h well 0/..., %:
a -'- $2.15 monthly depending\ upon their terms I 16 PAGES OF FUN
class of service and Upon the The Presidential campaignand LA G.t Your
.re size of the telephone community the Berlin crisis were the I Copy at
NO
throughout which the other subjects most mentioned In COST TODAY
telephones can be reached without answer to' Question 10, "What'
a toll charge Residential event of nat'qnal'! or Intermtlin- '
7 creases range from 25 cents to al scope has attracted your attention for the Small "Mr. Fix It"'' Just The Thing For
50 cents Most intra-State long the most this ?"
year
Come' In And See For Yourself distance rates are Increased The quiz was conducted by E A.I I \' Little/ Mothers 4

slightly Mennlnger sir, and the club.had DOLL '
\ Southern Bell s request to>> the five guests
commission declared the subscriber 1 ,
d rates authorized In April r-TA HILL MEET I : WALKER,
MotpointDisposallEnds r // 1947 took Into account only the --
Increases In I "
L : Its operating costs'up The Jensen Beach P-f mill 2.49
to the end of -
1948 Since -
\meet tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at
then the petition pointed out, Uttit) (itls win tnjoy ptuhlng
the Jensen school
dour la her own walker. AU
r _
there have been substantial Increases I metal,
MtrtetlTelJnunuM
in costs of rendering earnings, and the earnings today I In brown *nd ivory l lr
u [ rbagProblems telephone service Including em- are'much too, low to do this It l lI
ploye wage Increases In 1947 and
was stated
continued Increases In costs I II ,
other than Florida Manager A. B. Dooley For the Maka-
n wages said that "Southern Bell desires
It was pointed out that as a I the I > Believe Cowboy ,
as always. to keep service
R
result of these continued STANDARD TOOL EfOX
major : a'I
n SiiA Drop Foot Scrips late Drill coat Increases, earnings have !, ainhat modern U Improve needed it In and our provide rapidlydeveloping : DOUBLE '

.. SlIIIddd fallen to a level that U too low ?
TIIer'1t Ellctrlcalll And state We are making
for the needs of in I HOLSTER SET
good service ; rl
ti WisM AIIIlI l Silt,11,M.Chmintl Florida New capital is needed good equipment progress necessary tn Installingthe to do 2.98 4 t f;
tor the added facilities necessaryto s r A bfcsatyl, Holiters ire
New
this. facilities amountingto
Before food
temps eves tin Improve present service and 53000.000 have been Installed I Teacfies! the young handy man how to tue and appreciate ,O_s trimmed wits bright jewels. t

become garbage, the new maintain Its continuity, as well in the fairly brief time since Jan I good tools Includes saw, screw driver, pliers, ''k :Serb btlt, ctrriel two. rei- I '
2 Hotpoint Elsctric; Diapo..U'ah.eb as for facilities to. provide enlarged t Two 9 Inch
1946/ facilities in
1, New the"amount '
them and ,,sshcs.them service, the request declared of 125.OM,000 are being hammer, square and many other fine quality tools 7U repeater ptitols witk vuupintle 8'.
:fl A down he dram-the stomry New capital can be at. provided in 1948 alone. Meeting :I 1 really fine Christmas gift ; .' (rips shoot caps.. { s

9 and odorless wayt! This ama* tracted.. only through._ reasonable the full needs of Florida for good \
f lag unit II If.luning-l, ==== and dependable telephone scr : A Red Hash' on Wheels for A Bright' Cfcrnfmei; STAKE TRUCK

e Mvtng- nd Costs lessthin vice construction requires expenditures continuing tn heavy the I \ .

t lOc s month to operate. Ask :Q; W: '.. years ahead. This can be accomplished j j" STEEL WAGON
I t for a demonstration today however, only If our
rates are such as will 'bear all _
I'. the costs. Including I adequate i r. Dn $1.19
y
COMPL ESELEC earnings to attract the necessarynew i ;
ONOF capital for additional facili; $1.98 '
E LEMt ties. I set your 1 boy or girt I' TREE LIGHTS 7S
I / GIFT "The new rates. Include only this red Huh waion.Ca let *t s. I. AUstotl with tpurklinc
such charge as arc' absolutely I ILdal b. teed U laid :loam: add.on connection. enamel antes Colorful pax r
essential to enable us to meet blocks; tu IItar4 Eaclt.1Jlbi futMU easily ter 011 ddea Its a beauty
N.lal..s w r1. o tma ne ..d for goodservice steal body and securely 1 to the tree. -to locale k>n(. 4's' t tP
j Florida requirements
a. a/lt/ tn.. Nn. N lsa clablml.r.ltp n
Lest D.wnP.ym.ne r .. Wb.ta.e pint, under today costs I
V
an fm wt, .I M d.Ilaat.d. a.l.eea. Dooley pointed out that ''theeverall
a..., P I .., .be.. ..Lass.. Y e..pl.t.. Increase of 9 per cent Is
I : e [sag T msSI mm, T.rn r very small when compared with I -
Low n woe the increases in. costs of other (
w teaseS
E.ay e. Items which the public I buysThe : _
I T.. t..... ill Yew Pr s.MSI
., over-all post-war telephone
I
w Sink'nadIahadI Increases of 1947 and 1948 are

I less than one-third of the Increase ingeneral. 'I LIONEL S-UNITWHISTLING rie7Make/ / Up ComelnKidslFREIGHT ,
in consumer prices
14ON I
t Telephone service con Their Own Band
p...a 1.t/ SseIw'A Unues to be one. of the outstanding l THAT EVERY TRAIN FREEMAN
bargains today," he said. I .e
t a... i ,First II

.w DISPOSAII //4. Ii I i WILL ENJOY Three-ln-One> '

ahr d.d cad BALLOON
'a .Ya re. oLlad's I
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Electric Service C. & E. Walker .. r gas t ?


JEWELERS
Arcade Phone 13
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WATER'j 0L Give him this train! The bit six.wheel drive, steam- SET 2.98 .gsawker ,. sad r

type locomotive pulls a whistUno/tender: a gondola A clever mules toy math tlae u: hi elaal

car, oil car and caboose. Has 11 track sections and up of violin, blsckwood h,
Red Corrosive bow, melody bolls, 'mtaI "a
Hard Get Yours Today
remote control track jet lode on and powerful banjo, cardboard pick and F

transformer wooden baton. ', at NO COST!
.For' Expert Advice ConsultD. I I j r't' 1


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That/Active Youngster/.
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Y A Li rAGE EIGHT THE STUART NEWS, STVAa'f' MARTIN OOVNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY NQY. .. 1941.I .
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I Breeze Salem l News TANK WARNING GIVEN and capacity which are
Ocean Park brief i
'IjiI David B. Lee, director of the" I In this area in vu nib

; ;1' The* Style/ / Shop/ Mr. and'Mrs Richard Martin, FISHING CHILDREN FETED bureau the State/,, of Board sanitary of engineering Health, today of I code of the. state JIc.ti. III 10.,

.l I originally 'from Ohio, arranged JN THE FAMOUS '. warned Martin County' residents wd KefHA.ttwan.
"' the Halloween party Saturday; 'installation of flaert L. .Ouk*
agalnit precast Septic ,
Y sWearing nBkeRl
Lady's pparel evening at the club! house This St. Lucie Region s ; AT HALLOWEEN .tanks. of a non-approved size buy engineer of Vero"BECKER'S" .
was the Initial ,opening of the

FAGS ; FASHIONS 1 OF THE 1 HOUR .. season. Prizes were given to Mr. 1\If' ..... ._""MO" M S nl'aanIAN hp NATURAL RtSnl'O t1 IllIl I IIll IIIIIIIII Illllllll' mIHUHHIihnuulinunnni' l "
OUR and Mrs. Herbert Cassell for the PARTY FRIDAYBy : '

tLlD t I IATV' :, N<'y Location .'! .' Arthur DpKon Bide most comical., Mr. and Mrs Cecil I By ERNEST LYONS !

I a a'panic 9 275 Oscevla Ave. Stuart. FU. Bryson for the most original Capi R. Cecil John rf Stuart Petersburg has done a distinctive I MRS 0. a QVICUT
J Mrs. LAura Wright and Mrs.Dick hat just gotten this area acme and praiseworthy job during i 3 Miles North of Stuart U.
'!' Hoke ofr the best dressed LeoIt very fine publicity on lit1 tall the past year and has wona The PTA are he chllden a 3 on S,1
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,jHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiuiiiMi I .'' l I I I I I I I I r{ll lI III III 11111(1II1II1II1m'BIL'L Schoenborn.\ and Jack Heaton fishing with a photograph and genuine accolade for helping: Halloween party; Friday night at DELICIOUS FROZEN COSTS
Palm ;q I IA 5 won prizes for apple-bobbing. account: in the Eastern Air Line (the cause of conservation in the school house( Prizes were I *
I | FREE 1 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Arnold' magazine about a party of West\ Florida. given to the school children and ; ,,e a Hamburgers .s a

faeW r rt' Ikl :I: won the bamboo pole dance and Virginians who flew to Florida The fishing writers Joined pre-school: children, Prizes were ) a. Coffee II.. Milk Shakes
dbly 'jj Doing Business At Mr.. and Mrs, Leo Schoenborn and caught sailflsh from Cecil's : South Florida groups In urging also! given for garnet played. The
a fr r. 5 the balloon dance. The Virginia cruiser, Opah} I Governor-elect Warren to appoint fifth and sixth grades gave a 15 Serping Breakfasts.
; i Equipment Sales and' Service Co.f g reel, doll dance, square and No we did'not catch: Captain I Erl Roman, veteran Miami short program after which,cook-
I 2:: round dances were enjoyed. Joe, that fabulous $5,000 black fishing writer as supervisor let, applet coffee/ fruit Juice and 3 OPEN 7 A. M. to .11 P. M.iI'1I1I1I .

; Moisture"'Where and Wh p You Want It"', i Bonnie Jean Rhelndorf I and JudySchoenborn bass at Lake Apopka. So far as of conservation In Florida. candy was served to a large !!!!!! I iiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiii!! !!!' '! l I I
we know he's still there. In factwe also endorsed the crowd miim
J IKRICATION SYSTEMS PUMPS, POWER:! ; UNITS AND SMIAVEHJS were selected as the They Florida
\ We MANUFACTURE 1r' :: test In children's costumes.. I are very much inclined to Wildlife federation's campaign The Civic Club entertainedwith
: i j!| Free Sprinkle. Portable l Irrigation-Sy sterna :: Grace Ann Hapgood won the bet on it since Jay Thomaa, vet to have the salt water commission a Halloween party Saturday "JOE"M05LEY
:: doughnut contest The string Stan publicity director for set up on a ,nonpoliticalbasis. night at the Civic Center.
3 r fv IMU-W FORT nmci V. i uit ORANCC' AVI. contest was won by Norman Du. Orange Lodge fishing camp on Prises were given to Lynn Shelton -
.
1 '''i iI 1 5 OppoalM tk. P Mt Lift! aWfc-Stattnt n brule. I the big lake, told us this amuseins While these are both grand Tommle and Sara Pesln "
; If i jfiiiiiiniiMiuiiiiiiniifmimiiniimimimitiiniiiiiiiiiMiiiimi' iiiiimiumiimi. Incident. Ideas and should be carried frankl Matthews, Jimmie De- '
J ,/ r--r-------1.J -- ;- -- tale arrivals''' from the north; : i It appears that a number of through. It appears to me that Loach Bud Smith arid Billy, ,PLU BIN,,
I { \ICI Mr.; and Mrs. Joe McNam.ra.I anglers became doubtful that the best chance the salt water Jacobs Games and apple ducking *
li ::1 ( I Detroit; Col John Barawell of Captain Joe was in the lake. A sportsmen have to get something were enjoyed by a large iy I NOBBING CONTRACTING
1 C\UTANT\ South Carolina; Mrs. Laura 'gator had eaten him, they done for conservation in the salt crowd. Prompt, Efficient Se Vc All Work Cuaranlc
Wilght Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. charged-and a hew Captain waters is to pay a $l a year aalt Mr. and Mri. P. O. Smith had NIGHT OHT DAY
';1 COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY I Henry Grlen Westfleld N, V.; Joe should be put Into the 12- water fishing license. The entire at their guests last week end
I Mr. and Mrs Ed Warren. Edger- I mile-long famed fresh watet revenues of the salt water ; Mr. and Mrs. L. Smith and Mr.
Real Estate Photography ton. Wit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack fishing lake. Willing to oblige, department come from the commercial I and Mrs. R. L Hancock' Tam Just Phone 246
I, r Oamble, Binghamton, N. y? Mr. 8. L. Cheek, owner of the attractive fishing field. How can pa. I
Attractive Photos of YomnVuhing Party and Catch. and Mr. Charlie. Han Honea Central Florida resort, the department be expected to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw -=-""
::1 \I III Path S. C.t; Mr. and Mrs. Hans obliged by; authorizing the release think about both commercial and Robe Sound, called I on Mr, ..:JI
Anderson, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. of a new ban worth $5,000. sport fishing when all its revenue Mri. O. O. Saturday'
PORTRAITS AND A Eft IA L, PHOTOGRAPHY Charles Puck Lake Milton; All this was properly; wltne lled. ] come from commercial fishing evening Qulgley I
Ohio Mr and Mrt. C. H. Three weeks later a caster from ? THE
; Ernst
SPXHORSI
Krueger Bojc Phone
Bldr. 263 324 Mrs. U M. I
Shelby McCulley
II, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs Walter the dock at':the camp caughtthe I opposed this Idea 'some 10 '
Mr. Mrs. W. R.
y _a Williams and son, Akron, Ohio; original Captain Joe-but he years ago when It was originally; Arnold and
Mr. and Mrs. Owen W. Lockwoodand wasnt worth $5.000 any more. brought up.-but now am 100$ In Baker and Mr. Kressle Baker of i
YJ} have favor of It./ With 250.000 saltwater Stuart, attended .the fifth Sunday ;
lOur I sons Harrison, Ohio; Mr. At'you may Judge we TAOKLicO./ij
and Mrs Roy Mlllard Tucson; Just returned from the annual I' sport fishermen paying! *1 meeting/ Bt. Cloud last /%
I Arli.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ku- convention of the Florida OUtdoor apiece license there would be week end I .
Machine Shop I bloek, Hollywood, Fla.; Mr. and Writers at .Orange Lodge, $350,000 to be spent'on sport Mra. John D. Stevenson spent: 4
Mrs Benjlman Banks, AahevUle.N. where the boys elected Salty fishing conservation .to match Monday at the home of Mrs Dan i
.1. is Fully die of I C. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hare. MallanU of Miami presided for the license: money put up by the Shaw, in Hobe Sound 1 Fisherfnen Our Specialty "
Equipped any type Allegan. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. 1949. Salty will do a top-notch Commercial fishermen There The handicraft: chairman of ; ..
fJ fJi : Metal! Work. Bring your (farm Machinery E Bryant. Fort Wayne, Ind.; C'I Job--and we hereby congratulate would also be 250,000 Votes to the Home Demonstration Clubs is Service To You\
P R and Mrs. A. L Hunger ; him and the organization reckon with. I think this Is the of the county; met at' the homeof I .
.f! Repairs to Us. Wfe have ia skilled oper I Mr and Mrs. S, Jackson New for having first-rate leadership. real solution of the salt. water Mrs. Van Mess In Palin City .
; in York, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hun President Rube Allyn of 8t. fishing problem.. Thursday and. Friday with Mrs.. Let U. 'Ad" e You On Salt Water, ln\t, Ocesn
tor If.'it's
; charge. make of metal and i Jack Saunderson and Mra. Shelby -
ter. Dayton. Ohio; Mr, and Mrs.Hollls Fresh Water Fishing W 1
needs Machine work Sea Us. Bryant, South Bend, Ind.; McCulley present Mrs Mc: !
,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tiffany, HomeDemonstration Week's Legal I Culley and Mrs Saunderson will
II l demonstrate the handicraft at We S I Only NAtlONALJLV ADVERTISED
Waterloo N. Y.; Mr an d]>fra. [ I ,
J Morris Kells, Palatine, Ill; Mr. the home of Mrs. Jack Saunder 4i
and Mrs. Joe Nalone Worcester, I l Instruments Jf son tomorrow afternoon. Any. ; BRANDS OF TACKLE -,
STUART MARINE SERVICE Inc. I Mass.: Tommy Wood New II one \Interested welcomed. I
Haven Conn.; Mr, and Mrs. S. Notes. BOND AND MORTGAGE. : Mr. and Mr*. Alben McCulleyof HARRY SWINGLEHURST
Phone 33 \ L Reynolds, Northbergen, N. J3; By MISS LUCILE INSCOX of Ile.JiatJaa.1 Pn.srsra Chock tot R..rd Manasquan N. 3.. ''are here i
Mr. and Mrt. Joe F. Dill Columbus I 11I.WAIIIIANTY visiting Mrs. McCulley'f parents,. I Owner"
; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alpeter, mlar .... N .. N Cort.a.s au4. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Anderson,
... .
:. {. ._? _, vWE ------_ Syracuse; Mr. and Mrt. James This Is' 4-H Club AchievementWeek Ii. = as Ion 1. "t'', r.M enroute to Calif orsla and Japan. Hall W.f 10- "..;.. ... _.. ... 'ffia\.., AtA
sI S Miller Campbell, N. Y.; Mr. and : Nor e.retol\ 7. Five years I I l.d' i. N U Vlnmt M.kn Word has been received of the i
Mrs. Roy Harvey, ago there 4-H Clubs in NL:'li; 1. _'..do8 tt BurllMlumtOHN death of Mrs. Harvey SheltonV I '
I IBan"nn's IndlanapolLa'1 Martin County Qirls 4-H Clubs' rik. JOHN .. J.".. Yrs.. l 1ArrFrom
mart a. W.... Centum ,..k. mother }In Vlneland, N. i. Mrs.
HAVE SEVERAL (YEWt were organized in 1945. During ......... w_ N ascend Pre.Joh. Shelton had been at her bed-
rri i GJverui treaty in 1883 In his DrewYork I that yeat there were liTH ........ N parr us al N e. auwae side for three weeks. iwhcre I sit_ly Joe'Mars6r
I Oirls enrolled in three communities .. . _!
imnmim did mite to publicize ] l.ha }Irlarae tot 101.10 B LMrM.M1 : Mr and Mrs Jim Brown and I
thenare
W''N tfffj I ,; GiVKl TRUCKS the forests on the West Coast six In clubs the county.in the; Today county witha Con.l.nii I. 'Balkr.+.. H.n..U t* 4>IM> : daughter Bonnie Sue, enjoyed I 'r "" ., -
than that dale W'-C birthday 1I'1th' Oliver
( I anything up to total attendance of 90. : Cto'l .> rte l.. WWI_ supper

I. I During the tIrat'year there r.h.InarnM.e. a..r/.N* c..paa, N : Smith The Rev Oct. F.88.L Crawson of Jupiter I t :. "Husbands, Wives!, rand

On Hand \ IMPORTANTMANThttaian were 51 demonstrations under r. U,,HMH ,. ""'Sub La.. an4 'Tlmk fcr.wratte was the dinner guest of << '.
1 In your V S/Army and taken In the homes and 39 com r .. t* Marti ToM,to, sod I IMII I Mr and Mri. George Osborn ,. Marriage"MajrU
\ i I U. 8.\I' Fore recruiting station pleted. During the '' 1947-1948 +J_ ...._.d *t ... to W. r. A.I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. WU- "
/Pickups to 2 TonI I hold a Important position. He's school: session there 'were 112 a o Wn.1ua ... Me/.Mt I W Jama'W, MOP :bar, Mr. and Mrs. Otorga Os yen nt last saner pih> tobacco and an evmo gte e
I, a repro t.Un of /he biggest demonstrations undertaken and .sea born and;S Mist Kate Riddle motored Uahe4 rtcently la a attloatl ni n-Xi r or ale,is a sun a fouls
business 93 completed. These demonstrations P. T. Js. N1 .. "HoWrt Ih Jaw to to take him
j and Jupiter .
i
lt mosfJmportyit slur, MtllM 'Hubamlv Wins\ uMuppUMt*
l Can Be Seen At Our and were in the fields of clothIng 0\:, ....... 'home >
In the werl\ He'/qualified A. t'Mm. at as Ie Ilia.. In the afternoon and MarrUg** j.
: .. .. M what Md MJW a/
I tovhokl this job be- food and nutrition, safety, A. Plk. .10 N .f. w'
competent
/ USED CAR LOT \ easel he's tpt\illy trained sadcarefully home Improvement, poultry, gardening Hrwa Ion eu JUIIa adwl.rkLtr, I"*** ouTto N .L UMBi It show a that among ktpjty rlaf. <* .111b tb<
and baking. married those who criti- beau 1 lUMt Ippwlol
select At* guide :youngmen MORTCACl WE7 couples, was
I BUY Junk
I U...... mum Ditto IA... WRalpk Idtsbh/l
in ehooshJrX \career.) Why The first county; wide Achieve B. Prar W t. Arnold 11._. clued IA./l*.s eutnmbered alLAi4fn
is It nee_ foAlhe recruiterto ment Day was held this year t aiuxU.OtovoT M Pint Fxhral. wrecked can 'scrap thos who criticised\ the other peraid wife wk e d as
y I'j i; East 4th Street have lue: /high Mandards oftraining with attendance of 63 children: .."I.> ...<...0.4.. AI.l' .u....AaaoclallMi.. t. CIUi W tt I.ak stodbt&tt. ton, Among unhappily married by Oh. lr sob hie'
: andreperienoxT Because and 39 adult leaden and Interested 00( ...... copper eoupIfSttwasJuitthoppMits tks a aull.
L never befor/has American youth people Bonk R.ra.r e1/. HildM.. *Ie"t u M CMlMilInr4 SI Q'SAUT eachonetendedtoeritklxethtotlwr. : beer.ands endlJNSn t tThat's
WILEY MOTOR CO. been offenFd such valuable op- From these facts you can On.t N as .. ti B.we ails Orel well Melrbed
the In
U Is
torn,
PA way oar
portunlti*. Gel this complete readily see that 4-H Club workIn eu"i: : .._ 'c.---u.. tVrS
story no/at the V. S. Army and Martin County la making Llf. Ia.na c..._. tMwwl as I gruel it Is I In roan Crlticlim,
STUART, FLORIDA V S. Air Force Recruiting' Sta- progress Just facts and figures Iona. O.5,5.)/..M.1.101.. L ..."'" N SoutryOixie Highway whither it's of a wife's taste for WC.prn'
u tlonVV/at Palm Beach,' Florida. don't tell the whole story however lad Co._ at w,N Flarld. BtoUoaMf Fort Pierce > hate. m a husband's" taste for pipe
orneau Building for It Is the Individual girl t-L: {{'yEDINS Phone 129
Y l I 1 and development that Is im **Mark.1.. Balks ..... JaM h CoMataM. .lsdg, 'ed sow tram f*
portant. So we focus attentionthis ANCILLAIV btEDM.
i week on an organization 'RYb B.... Mmlilimtar. Wa
that is striving to build the \'a..II.. N.nAOL .
QUITCLAIMSAn.
youth of today Into good strong .. Q. B. Dobbs t. V.r,01.. .
citizenship.for .tomorrow. Ba7lM.
r aa..dMe.; N a n 94,4. N. m"scl

2 } This program: 1. carried on YLCaku.. '.._..... ''C Oti
I through the facilities of the Extension AI" Pisa' J..rSATISFACTION
e11 Service which U a partof
OP-MOKTCACt:
the U. 8. Department of Agri '1..., .......... ...1... .." l aa A..
......... v.. to Bokorl M. ritobfonl... nold'on little loser :
culture. The success of this program bank ol 1'......" M W, ,1. A4aaMrirat .

.. depends upon the people of .. .'......1 .....'... ... twit A.wK \.
1 the local community and not 01.11. N 11.1. tYw. Bi.. -
CII..... a.h Ie I.
solely upon the. leadership. It Shah .. ... .5.roars'
t takes cooperation and Interest DEATH: CUTIPICATKfR :
4 within a family, Any person between Mra.' kwllo K. M.rtla' ,
: the of 10 and 20 Is ,: AFFIDAVIT
I ages P Plko Jan to Th. POl'o.
I 'i7 eligible to be a member of a 4-H \ I.... lull 10 Tho P.h1k.SATISFACTION 0' LLMet..t .

,. Club. For further information II."' .... Ca..ly. Ie 11'1010.
1 1r ::: .. ..
.
5a3r
: 1 contact the Home Demonstration P. N .Lsilo.
1 '
>; RCLCASC
Agent. Wa>.. .. KolMt L. W..... v*

::1 iN ADMINISTRATORS J. c. A.IA..BILL admlnbtnilor.OP... SALt U ; 'll AngIu
Mfehthandy ." r''' TROUBIK J. Q. ...ho.'.... R..ld .._ "S
: CNATTEL MORTOACZ
Sheriff O. M. Hancock urges
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Anlkanr. *r. aJ to i. C
A.l" J,., admlnblrator. 4.4k
Martin County residents to telephone a. i.: a..4 N. v Mck.b>> Cent
; 359 the Police Radio StatIOn .
havei around
to
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trouble. "i\U4\ C. /-... to Baai *( f.koka&.

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ADD-O-BANK. ONLY $2 with your personal key.

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,I TDK 8TUABT NEWS STTJAET, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA. THfRSDAT, NOV 4, 1.4I. FACE MMF"

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I" ObituariesI NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES ESSAY CONTEST STATE TRADE DOLLAR principal origins of earning of In only three State did the ;

I I BEGUN AT SCHOOLAn INCOME EXCEEDS floridians trade and *,,ke dollar account

The County ColumnBy NATIONAL AVERAGEThe This fur a greater proportion of Income /
W. BOBBITT Agent's essay contest on the subject total was 12 per cent above
i in 1947 than In .Florida,
The
I James W. Bobbin, 48, national -
a Miami llii-iUge ot Freedom" the 1948 total and Includes\
as wages
Iaa inspired trade dollar, the
drug store L. JohnsonIn strongest figure was 268 cent;
manager and resident M. per
by the freedom Train and salaries .
bEan
began ( to
ct.t5
paid employes
of that -----
of ----.r
I city fqr 22 years, died ingle source perjonal Incomeof
suddenly Friday afternoon Fu- I the Oct.9 Issue or! the Packer I with the hand alone with ; sponsored by the Klwanis Floridians! amounted to$813.- trade and service establish GIVES :
Club ments, and the of the
neral services were held Mon tor all 9th to 12th. grade profits proprietors '
day at I p,m fallowed by burial I and the Produce 'Mews, two troweL students In Martin County High 007,000 last year the! research and of these eitabluhmentl FAST :
a in Woodlawo Cemetery Among I Circula-tion In a garden larger than 1000 'hool. Industrial division/ of the. Florida This Florida trade dollar. \last p

his survivors to a sitter Mrs. .L I retail serving fruit and the vegetable wholesale Indus and I" 'find feet, the sturdy home wheel gardener hoe The contest wan introduced t6 Stale Chamber of Commerce ;year uncounted fur 317 per cent ClEF

M.-Johnson--.--pf- Stuart---.- I tries,.articles were written about a. It can be used for ills students by T. T Onglitonmt stated yesterday In /Hi weekly review of the $2,571,000 total personal when COLD
--
------ the Fort Pierce area tomato most work don with a common at an assembly! Oct 22 and It drilling with .a study)! of the income, received' by Floridians. MISERIU mini:

SAVE MONEY I !farming The Fort Pierce area I;I hoe and with much less effort, will extend through Nov 24, The! .
j Got New ls considered as that part of Indian -I The tingle wheel type Is probably j winder/ and runnerup Ui two divisions -j
Life! CIGARETTES River,Bt Lucle,Okeechobee'and the easiest to handle although ,one being 91h and\.10th grade' WE HAVE THEBuilding /
Martin
counties growing I some gardeners prefer other use-. student and
) the otlwr 11th and
tryl, t e your worn, cHEs'rurieusCAMELS large acreages of tomatoes In I ful styles, '
12th will be
this presented! at another
d tVes ft "second article considerable emphasis Tools
tau will last longer and do
cumthafll 1 make 'emLit LUCKY (TRUCE 1.: was placed upon the large i! better work If they are kept heard assembly,., Dec 10, Mrs. James Material '
amount of ii In Charge of the
PHILLIP MORRIS very desirable tomato ; clean and bright. After each use contest -
Ike brafi t Bring OLD PALL GOLD MA 1 land located Southern Martin they Should be thoroughly cleaned t it the school und judges will :

out" 'old Vread-bares RALEIGHTARLYTON County, This\ Is another proof and wiped with an oiled rag be T EriHrt F. Lyons, Hurry Dinky TO MAKE YOUR _
f-We'll n\ew 'em in Pn.hw. PU CARTON ef) the very commendable position to prevent rusting Hand hoes and.Mrs, F. It Norton,
MiMlr H11Mr Matrln County Is gaining well wheeled ..
as Implements
I IH. as --- ,
------- -
ift Ado S. Per..t.e... .. I. SA/g1.1/ s.d the over all fruit and vegetable' should be
a.w IM'.bou. kept sharp for doing Norfolk, Va, tiiilrrw to' lass the
Reasonable rites cit4 rl.. c_. deal. i good work with little effort : 'iLiL
1001... vs...Co FN Gift w...... first toy to haves kilt Stuart RefcapServices G..... Ddl.r, Ranchers Are founding tor'wood, PDVNS"NX
o.r.,... \I...... Del .r. sou L...... their up' Peas to be saved; for planting/
Nys sSe.d i cattle, marking and brand. next year may be protected from t!) .
CHr4 .r MO Y ORDER-..I, ing the late summer and early' Insect pests by dusting them QUICK RELIEF FROM COME TRUE S \ s .
,..._ji's Service Station., i DEPT. I fall calves and dipping and lightly with S per cent DDT dust. SymptMm Dlstr saArlslnabeniSTOMACH
fli [-EO. HIGHWAY U* S, I Allison'TobaVco Co.PW spraying their cattle with DDT I An ounce of S per cent DDT dust ULCERS
) I for the control of horn flies.! Is enough to treat bushel of '
jiffs blw4 ru. WILMINGTON Olflw.B DELAWARE.. VHM Marlate a new organic Insecticide seed. As It somewhat poisonous DuETO ECESS( CIDFr..5o.kT.Is5Hdao.
which has recently been: to humans and livestock, tme.ttaat ICfrA
..... -;-- f I placed on the market, Is also effective .! however DDT should not be used Must H.Ip sell Will t y..NethingO.ae :

In controlling/ Insects on: on dry: peas to be eaten by humans Cher.allao. tl.. tM Wwu ,t'
cattle, This Marlate can be used Tu.rr..r ha. ,ql roe en, or r
Ptfoiur265URATH or fed to animals.Chlordane
ALL c/0B3/ ldE about the same as 50 per cent 1 .red D.N Y1..dw swat to[ .tNn.el.Aa. LUMBER CO. '
1JTTLE ANO THE wettable DDT namely 11 Ibs, to'' e new Insecticide' P./y.l.a/ s.w u..t .,.w..h.dua..ww .. t
12E >E 100 gals of waters I has proved very effective In controlling A.Ir.Bold.. IS d.r a..
"V Auk rr" rm.rt m. mt" gar tv '
0wLLi mole-crickets In gardens =Mains Itlll trpfctpilMlS-tl'M--i PHONE 66 'r
aBRUNER'S ri ri'r
During the past month the and lawns A mixture of 4 PHARMACY J f",,
I Circle T Ranch, managed by O.II III ounces of wettable chlordane
e Plumber"Quick i O.Troup of Indlantown,has pur and 100 gals of water, applied i J T..diIoi
I !chased two registered quarter- with sprinkling can at the rate! Dollars _. .- & _"i' s
,horse mares The ranch had I I of 1 gallon to every 10 square ,, 11 ...,:. Wl MartinCounty ,i
previously bought a quarter- feet of surface will control the Spent j '
horse stallion In addition to 1

Dependable these quarter-horse mares they' pests.'Cedar' blight" of 'Junlperus At Home MARTIN COUNTY ndCrow '
.have recently purchased a email :
SERVICE
trees may. be controlled by trim- With ;
herd of regltteerd Braham bulls Star

| VI AKt EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB and gradually cowa developing Troup said the pasture he Is ming spraying out with affected 3-3-50 parts bordeauxor and, I! At Home I BUSINESS D.IRECTORYo: ; '!'

ESTIMATES SUBMITTEDIVollrath : a mixture of 6 Ibs of CopperAcompound I i
and the stock herd of both
and 100 gals of water -
horses and cattle and that In If a fungicide spray Is applied Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business'r J
the future he for ,
offer
near will
,another should be -
now applied
Plumbing\ ServiceLARRY aid both registered quarter just before growth starts C
I horses and Brahma cattle. This -- -
VOLLRATH I brings the total to six herds of In the spring. -Keep' In Touch ;i PITCHFORD'S Stuart
registered cattle being\ grown In' I WANTED
1311 Akron Are. Sjuart, Fla. VITAL STATISTICS
Martin
County. I
GIVEN. FOR COUNTY with I CAMP 1 CLE N I A to Camp '
he
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Farmer Indlantownarea Martin was one of 44 counties Martin County F RENT I Co ON 4Mo '
report their tomato crops: In the State In which marriages I Cot! era Cotta g.'
are progressing satisfactorily. exceeded divorce during the GS I / F
r Seafood And Trailer Court
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They have not had as much rain
first' two-thirds of 1948 a report '
as received on the east coast, but. from the State Board of Health I Subscribe to The Mewl wlloL .. The 'RENTAL, IIY nay. WEEK DSBait tE 1

BRUSH ON A for they good have growing had enough conditions moisture indications showed here his week Mar- 1 year .....................$3 .I for Sale I ALL tONVENIENCUJE.NSE MONTH 1Y1
this
riages in the county during

l are that mixed produce: period totaled 49 as compared to II III 2 ........... ......$5 \BEACH Stuart News, / II BLAIR and BAKER ?
"HEW. LQbK" WITH and tomatoes will be little largerIn 20 divorces years I I"T COUNTY 55100E ow OLdo HI-w.r Pre,..: "" '
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the Indlantown area than I in -- ---- 1 ..
Births also exceeded deaths -' -- -- -'-- --- --J!
1161 .during the past year the county 80-53 and there were I

NEW-BRITE Good tools help make gardenIng four Infant deaths and no laidWaterfront maternal i ir .. ., ... ,, CONCRETE"
the report
r deaths ) Docks I '
easy. Select!' them wtih care.oarden .r I ,
specialists of the O. 8 i3 I Foundations, Floors,
Department of Agriculture say it Ii r., 1'+ Seaw i Driveways, Sidewalks,

ENAMEL Is better to have a few, simple "'o Uncle Billy sez '. Blocks Brick, Drain .
lightweight but substantial tools B t ousel Tile:Teptie'fanks.tR #

than to buy many pieces of poor too uPw w.d.c5s .......1.... ,,; lk. Au....., Cwh F WUUuu), rs Fact C
ly designed equipment made of I All T s 3f Marineaction I '
,env Everything.ConcreteDUNTILE +; ,, t)
cheap- or low grade materials. I i ,
n 4(to glve! a"new : Work In ''a small garden calli a '
for a shovel or spading fork wIth 1N. an 'aylor ,As said before, and many
a "to less nirnituM' orr a long handle, a steel bow I cdbTu P. O. Bo474PHONE limes, I don't count much, on I. 1. DECKER t {ryl 1

rwoodworkirooe' rake and enough garden hose I 164-J I speakers; they have the'r Box 936 Phone 27-W i ti
t to reach to all parts of the .. ,_.#,_.s .. f
'woe or automobile ... plot. In transplanting. a trowel '-' '- ,. aims, and rightly >'o, but

Vl/ GLEE/!( Is useful but not essential. It I ___ __ after all\, they're "SEEK. ----.- .. "
-Wirt the soil Is properly prepared, ERS." Some wish to be I 1
Ordway l' your
1ieR-B a EsameUIfew plants can be set out more easily W kb ,4 Governor) and some your II Jensen Hd we. r1IOt01'S a,

=nor is t6t alb I' Pro:.denti trey go "All out"I I '4" SURF JAV'flloR

Properties t" la capture voles, and scads vEisr
(! amen POr asJobInd AapON m De roe i '
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cf dciigh is spent f I TRY T\IEHJ'- THEY +
or out the Indian and St. tucle river and Hob Sound I
Along .5--
BUT NO ONE MAN can do ARE MORE THAN I j4 F''
doors. Asd tone Ocean FtonmListings plus sEavlca I 7 SO MUCH as they would' i
APT J\ HAVE !IT.I .
k drIe ba TJiTt5o S DAY o NITL hay' you think-a Congress t
to.
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WREC SERVICE be shown th' TROUGH : '
may j
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nigh Iwtr. fi tbtros't oa"w.t ) l I geoY M AIRS I ONE MAN can't make it ; Jensen Beach:
I l 9142 DRINK! And '
ma or i e rRvaR HONE we ar lucky :: ::1
5.. I-. .. -- I ( that it'a true.-we look to I II
NO ONE GUY laws __ _
to to yon!G =,,,, .. -- .--.- .- -- -- hay' we I > -
; I r '' get sober thought the ;:;:'j i r j
baler asd shoos. f I i costs ar' SOMETIMES I 1,.
Quinn's Store aL L
IM'ghteea NewNors. I ,, HIGH! : s
.Aod ate : But JUST TH' SAME I 11k.: to hear a man MAKE ISSUES : EWMC Y r .
I rcmeVatn rl
MEATS i
1UALITY CLEAR, 'and talk as though he has some SENSE and not I fOR DJ '

f you bay G FM; i J tnd GROCEWESJeriVejf a thing to Pearl A man who wanders all\ around, And LIFELES:
/
-so. HAIR
)m tnVorldlsli7patai s'y I seldom makes a POINT, is not th' man that 1 would choose

< !. Beach r to run the SMALLEST JOINT! Little i _


Stuart In w.Yw r Fw a.k I Ur Beauty Shop y. t Y.P .

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'Electric and Refrigera' 'r.. MURPHY'and II ECAPYOUR'TIRES =
'.. lion SERVICE/ DONALDSON R UI' IAN ?
Job Too r ?
ENAMEL No Large Or ty
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on HOBE SOUND As 1. '-
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inM I Phone 3R Boa 6041
+ Phone 9 'I1Tf"F.wav. .nice halloo 4
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/ Ho'';. Sound 3271.Stuart / uart, Fla. w./a P. a a.. tit e-d 1. to F.d.rd H 1 ah..r
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+, *'emTE ELD o/Improved and unproved Properties ,:J ProtectionJalousies I Plumbing oc Heatin I '.Jones fe( W'y.ewPDrricceshurricane ":

Throughout MartlAcountj Aluminum AwniagSStorm.Shutters JOB Sheet Metal / Will .\W. .oM* ....... W:;l.
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a EAcs. -.1 RANCHES / PRINTINGSTUART PVMPINO SYSTjtlS ... .1

all's: fetal River-t*-River Properties \ Ve t -w S
.ad Rain and Clare Cot ,.. Y.. Y

g her Island Oceaa-U-Boand Estate Sites Beauty, / "' 1uy'l NEWS MET woRtie.i 1. CAlL' 0:0:: : '

Beach Hardware Flit Se '
sen Shunter 5011 445 .
( ARBOGAST
C. B. Co. I PHONE 300 euodea. es, a Nidt se-se .- ::: ;.:: I-i:
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PAGE TEN THE STCAltT NEW,. STUART,.MARTIN COVNTir, flORttiJC: jUtltSWA' *. lib' : 4,-l * I .......;0..

CRARY NAMED EDITOR I has been named editor-in-chief STUART i Martottl, STUART FFA' CHAPTERTO ANTHONY, CROSS ; WHtOTERS/VISlTBD
I : SCHOOLS'ENROLLMENT Hobc Sound News Juanlta Arnold Patsy
: CROCERVJ Tallahassei:Nav.
I NOW' OWN"
of the Bugle, a bi-weekly publication UP 12 Lacy Mae Orlffln Joyce: 'Powell RECEIVE BULL ot _,'UI visits 3.744 4.4
i I It Ir'l\; William 8. Crary son of State !I at \theBolle School, Jack- and Rlchls Mcde In the Stall were tDlpJ,
f; .fl ,Senator and Mrs. Evans Criry i I BOQVlUa, A $'per( c'tt; uirreaw;; in enrollment Roy Randall son of Mr and Tallaluusee1, ov. 4-Twentyfive C. Anthony, Jr. and Ronald eentativea ot the made nOrJda br) r,
P-TA'
: PARTY Hereford and 10 Brahma Croat are now owner of An- i
.1 in lilt Stuart schools) Was Mrs R. W. Randall, la In train Eptployment; Service daunt
bulls have been donated to Florida thony'i Economy Grocery, having tember, Cad B,
[ ,
.1J \ revealed in official enrollment!; /figures Ihg at the Great Lakes Naval Smith, Chas\) '
i t, ,: future Farmer chapters by a purchased the Interest Of the of the! Florida Indllltrlal
J ; ,: released Monday by PrincijwlIi. ( ON HALLOWEEN Base. Upon completion he' will t
I mission laid
PACE SILLY ? national chain store for distribution J. C. Anthony) estate In the business today
t: r :. P. Johnwk'k/ the month ending epertd two weeks with 'hla'paren4 \this week they announced today. _

CL1D ATV {j ; I No Mora So : /Risking ("if the Oft! .wlkHil\S. Enrollment year, fare/ was at the report-start IS SUCCESSFUL Navy her school before of, electronics entering the for day Texnnches Cross with the who firm Is manager the past, baa 10 years.been H R ARY' Cl pgeTUANT

I j. txl 1 iut, 536 and now ttand at 548. The bulls, now !pn Na
: J ;; s one year have been given to 3Jchapters Anthony the son of the loan r. w LM.as. aC
; this total Includes 43
Ad' I :'r : ; Your New/ one By By"' grades By MARIE BRODRICKThe Miss AlberU Griffin, daughter vq '
der.
ft : in the l 1st grade In the 2nd, 38 ef the aehoolb y-fann. .
pa" \ 't:1: of Mr. and Mrs Jessie Griffin expansion of services uw
r'
j j jI Inad uate or' Plat\) IT {
j:> in TliP drd. 39 t the 4th. 34 in combined Halloween parties era by Bears., Roebuck State to In the near\ ,
are \be announced
Pahnt wilt celebrate her seventh ywa
t' Wlthr5 m 1, >J ) U afe i Wiring tJ14I 5th, at hi the 6tl>, 71 in (the held by the P-TA and the School Supt. Colin English and future \
. faclUI I ; ualbly u I 7lh, 97 in the 8th 93 iu.tlw 9th, resident of the community wasa birthday today. DepartMent'of Education supervisor .
: : ,; i 53 iii the Kill. 49 in the 11th'and success. The tmall childrenmet Oen. and Mrs J. B. Mitchellof \ of vocational agriculture --
I
--- ''I" ; SEE US j 36 hi*the 12th. A drop \ el Harry II:. Wood left last week for
,
)' \I.j' i' hi a AjfoR GUARANTEED 'I'tile 3rd grade il (the Duly derrea-ip" munity through Hall. The town! grand to march Com- week to spend the winter at' Texaa to-make final selection of 'Pence pmtiriiction Co,
.
WIRING (from,$>ptcnU-r and no gains are! !(heir home on Jupiter Island.
: wet held and prize winners were the Hereford The Brahmas
"one'
193
:
; (found in tie 2nd mid 6th grades Zelda Mart, prettiest; Douglas Kenneth and Roland' Mc- will come from Florida.
; ,,1 l"it liD others! ,are; up fine to m Lester most original, and Ray Rain have arrived to spend the The M chapter to receive the D-7 L BulIdoAr with' Blade
I"k McGee, winter At, their'home here from or Rake
I"'ril \ funniest. The children bull are; Baker Greenville Jennings -
.",. ----..--_..- then-had fun at the fish pond Detroit and Rocky Mountains, Quincy Paxton, Vernon, Also 32 Yard Dragline
r \ by Mra W :I). Griffin, Va. Greensboro,
i lhewdu< -wa-nae', 'cabbage palmetto operated Gonzales, Aucllla
Lit is ''until {by the $Somiixile In- Charles Flzet and Mrs.. Arnold Mrs Rita Stevens and hereon Madison Poplar Springs Walnut +i SeeVU. ForGriding
3'f '' I I dun fur:muling their opensidedhomr Grimier The country! store was Jackie, have been the guests Hill, Alachua, Anthony, Clearing Diing
: run by Mr. Hlllman. They also of her sister, Mrs Jack McIntyre Branford, take City Live Oak ,
3'l ., I *, Flinkliiifu fim} the holds) had fun pinning the! tall on the Jackie will stay with Mr. and Reddict, Tavares Ocala, Fort DikinV Etc.

-' ." I 1 4'+5 __' ,_ .____ ___tasty.wW cdoU-d. l like! ul"bujp,_ donkey for prizes, :Mrs. Hlllman Mrs .Wllllam Moore In Qomei Fierce, DeLand, Plant City,
i in.charge. A pie-eating contest and attend school at Stuart. Vero Beach,Turkey Creek Chip-
was held and the winner was Mrs Robert E. Belknap has ley, Tallahassee, Apopka Calla- EUIIls1111111111111111111111111HrlnlitishiltIIs m
Jim Hutchinson opened her home on Beach Road, han, Hastings, Crystal River, nhIIIIBInlOninidrllllllpi

At 1:30: the older'group,( hal Jupiter Island, for the season. Kathleen, Plant City Stuart and HOUse of Clipper raft Clothes
'
Mr. Andrew Lester
and Mrs
their Halloween dance Mlarnl-Edlson.
and par-
JPI The winnerswere' and children spent the steel end .
ty. grand march
Miss in Coral Gables ylsltlng with BRYAN TAKES COURSE
I k Julia Jamison beet
: CONTINUOUS QUALITY/ dressed In a gypsy costume; Eddie relatives.: They attended the'
,one of the Coast Guard boys, football game Friday night and Sgt. Walter E. Bryan of Hoi!be 3 V '
was funniest, dressed as a woman the Halloween festival Saturday. Sound, now With Fetid Service: ecwrET
... !. 301 Air Base at
and M. Grace Hall the sir st -Croup s
most original, was dressed as a I COUNSELLOR SEES Salina, liana, recently completed s
\ Chinaman. The Judges were BEST 'SEASON. YET a EOlltWf'i'ktlfle'' for foul( srrvk'e
t j CONTINUOUS PRICE Mrs Hoyt English, Mr*. Cliff ""'-- tec-hnlciani' training at( Food Service oaeaarMENg s'oaaressTc
St Petersburg: Florida realtors
,
Williams George niton and ,
{ ; f School, Fort Sam Houston, = sv LUCIL COUNTY,RAMC
CUff St. Onge A Jitterbug con were! a est: 'was Held the winners beinga ready for the biggest "seasonyet" Tews UIIUMMIIinMIIIMUlMlinMlimMMinilllllinHMMIIIIMIItlllllllltl lllllimili
f. : \, ... guest of Miss Pat Hutchinson I in business and tourists
,I '11 and Don Hutchlnson.! Mr. But Vincent Bardley of Trenton,
I;,.It I, let of the SouthjSea Island Studio N.I J., a real estate sale counse-
st1 cei
J.t.'ii' In Stuart, teacher of the Hawaiian lor,, told the Florida Associationof Palm Beach Directory
: W j guitar, gave several selectiOns Realtors more millions of dollars

I Ii .d. accompanied by Miss are coming to Florida this WKelt ,litBADCOCK'S''%Nest each These Firma Appreciate Your Patronaje
"ft I ?yrena Totten, local school I Itelcher year than ever before. ,
i ; The Southern Start, ,' He said the best Indication of '
allgirlorchestra, played for things to come was Florida's j -tit tfoorf'vd"* roseH'A' WTHORNE
: I s w'" dancing Proceeds from the great spurt in population since
j' party were approximately $7}. the last national census ot 11140. tlf!'Cldnlat3s sr. ROOFING Ca
To take advantage of more
Miss Faye Reddish
June
: was business expected the State, Yam Ita"" anll aoorutd- eHF.Ei METAL
the
overnight guest of Miss Adair ...
Bradley urged the real estate House ..WtATINOVEnTIUlTIHOnoun
I ,, Mahan last Thursday Furn1shlnj oertCt .r opTontTkiart
"IJ I men to "get to your office an WATPraoorlJllGL"
3saT4 .a
I Charles Hall,son of Mra.'GraceHall owv.
hour ,"
S earlier every day j
A student at Florida' University '
,\ r
at Gainesville, spent the
j'' 1 Ji' % week: end at his home on Jupiter
n Island and visited with his fiancee -
< fIt! i iIt'
+ Miss Julia\ Jamison.

Mf. and Mrs.B. a.Daves have
arrived here from Marietta,,
It'.J. Ohio to spend the winter. at
their residence on Beach Road '
"

', Jupiter'Mr. and Island Mrs. Phillip Barry of ', 1-ft 1 : .

: i' New York;'' City;'have arrived at :
their\ home on Jupiter Island tot : .'" '
",
the season. .
i ; If Miss France Jones of Stuart .
Visited Sunday with Mr. and
\ Mrs Lacy Griffin and i
;' family '
,sa> Mr. and Mrs.O.:O. Quigley and '
sons, Jessie and George, of Salerno -
: visited Sunday with Mi
I ''pIN
and Mrs George Brownlee and vzje >lI ;
': t Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shaw.
IL I1WW
11 1 1t Mr. and Mrs John Emedburg'' "
+ M have returned after visiting several "
dN
IIWIL1 weeks with Mrs. Smedburg'afamily 'O I PhA '
i In Daytona Beach. N h
7
Mica Pat Htuchinson, who has: ? 20,000 'j
been in Miami for some time, is ORE TNaN ,
: I at home with her family at theirhome '

!I' j Miss on Evelyn Bridge McGee Road celebrated 'FbLe
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4 I, tier 12th birthday anniversaryat 5 ; H He
r \ a party given by her mother, t *
( i I Mrs. Clyde McGee, at their home.
: Games were enjoyed during the j
-t afternoon. Prize were won by % ; WAGON $
I'
1
4rkforiitithes'way.JWb June Audrey, Lee Ann Bowden I AN
traJe-marks menu the tame ihinr.i and Joyce Powell The hostess ,
; was assisted' by Mr, Ralph Pow- I
ell of Golden Gate, in serving of p ;l i

I! IMt.d'; ties, AutlHrilnf, tilt refreshment Guests were Susanne 1
j C-Kii-C4)U' ) Oxnpam} By Diamond, Faye English r
,I psi
; ( PALM BEACH COCA-COLA BOTTLING I COMPANY Betty Jane Scott, Mable Jean
I y:''I.4 t e!><"TV' c-c.. c- McDonald June Audrey, Lee ._
'
I ,. :, ''Ann Bowden, Miriam Mare

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We remain at ypur'oAfor' \ a fulljine of Hardware, Household .. '; witriout I fl..., Plenty| on hand'lf t r Ai CNI'n.V. SofWt ,

k ; Goods', Paints fjifanne and Other (or Every Job. ,Po'werrfnd "!' d.'., another day.. 'It will toUonfy a .w ,

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THE smART NEWS, ITVA r, MARTIN COCTJTT, FLORIDA, THTKSDAf, NOT *, 1M1 m;
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CITED Company at AGE ELifTEc
ceremonies held at
In
Pittman\ Harry' &cer- the New Burston Hotel, Fort Jensen BeachBy 3 PURCHASES DTotoo.--aoaoe: =::::::lolloc:==: sono LIVESTOCK: SALESJacksonville

Pierce Oct. 81 AU, three have CHARI.OTTE BELLtER 13
Bngebretaennine I
and I Toley Gulf dealer been with( the company 19 year 8 Salerno Civic Association i ionoc Nor!' 4 Livestock Motion PicturesELECTED
nine The
l C. A. lco"a' West Ladles' Aulllary ef the sold through Florida markets
Palm
plaques for their yean district manager, Beach Jensen Beach Post 1J8, held their ARE APPROVED ===iQC By GLADYS H. PERRY :3orr== 3onjJ! during the last week 'brought
presented! !the regular meeting at Y.w Fi-.e. CeSsti ..oiul
the I
lion watt tile Quit OU awards Legion I Three new lerno Was discussed. producer 124.1,34168, Stuart's .
home Oct. 28. plans\ for the members were ad- A better accordingto -
coming winter activities were AT P-TA MEET mitted at the association's meet understanding of this vital! organization official figures supplied Jack
discussed! and refreshment were log at the Civic Center Oct. 21. resulted with a pledge sonville office of Florida State

0., Have Moved to Our New Store lef'Ved.Henry Sharp of Ohio donation Feature of of the a lot evening In the was centerof the of support from this'association. Markets The weekly summaryOf I llIlllJllI'i1] / :

307 E. Fourth Street I rived to spent th? winter, hu with ar- Purchase of a film projector, town on the Old Dixie Highway At the close of the meeting Statewide livestock sales covered :'

nla ton and allocation of $5 for film transit by Mrs Chandler, to be used Oliver Smith's and Sylvia Ho-- operations on nine markets, Theatre I
daughter-tn-law.
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NEW ,and USED FURNITUREB. Mr. and Mr, Rub: Sharp. postage and purchases of a 'pa as the site of the new Salerno man's birthdays were honored. cash figure 'on two being un- I "Serving Martin County j

MINSCHKE j_ J j Miss Verna Gamble of Miami, per-cutter and a picture for.the get fire this house building. It U erected necessary to Refreshments were served consisting available. The It reporting I Phone 14 For Schedule
spent, ,the week end here with membership attendance award \ as soon of birthday cake and cof- markets {handled 3,566 cattle and ,
as possible to house the Today Thurs.
fire Only
her parents, Mr, and MM L. i. new fee. A "Guess" cake was a new' 6,001 hogs during the week. ,
Datable were authorised at a meeting of truck which Is expected soon. feature, Mammoth Musical' Hill .

)WERS For AH OCCASIONS Pine Lodge has registered, the the Hobe Sound P-TA October Fire Chief Che Homan and There 1s always something new PHONE IF IN TROUBLE Lavish With Laughs O. '
following guests for the season: SI President Mrs. Andrew On- President Charles Conrad are and Interesting at these meet- Luscious With Lav.
r Mr. and Mrs Will Wlllholte of dlch appointed Mrs Vernon Mc- caning on the men of the townto Ings. Be one of as. Make each'' Sh rllT' O. M. Hancock urges Mu* .,. SICMUND HOMBCua
JETS. + -' CORSAGES .. .. .. CUT !FLOWERS Indianapolis; Mrs Eva Williams Donald to purchase the pictureat be ready once more to help Wednesday night Civic Association Martin County residents to tele- .

\ FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS of Geneva, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. a maximum of( $10. Mrs An in this Job. The building will night, phone 859. the Police Radio Sta- m .
Carl Fischer of Chicago, Mr. and be of cement blocks. Conrad tion WRWL, in all time of
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERA. ,UCSSMIHS Mrs. R. M. Gray of Indianapolis. drew Lester volunteered a car thanked Mrs. Chandler in behalfof KLEfNKAUF IN BATTALION trouble. '
Mrs. }, W. Johnson, Mrs Avon to take delegates to the Florida the association for the gift of I t*
I I Emerson and Mrs. Allen Kendall P-TA congress in West Palm (this most appropriate location./ Warren P. Klelnkauf, yeoman 4I'
FLORAL & GIFT,/SHOP [ and daughter, Maureen, spent Beach November 9-11. New donations to. the Civic 1st class USN son of Mr. and'
Center building/ fund Include Mrs. J. R, Hasscll and husbandof
WE"" WIRE FLOWERS Monday In Fort Pierce. Miss Totttn'i
Mrs. Ann Syrena room Frank Hale, John Taylor, T T. Mrs.. Annie Klelnkauf of RIO NURSERY
of
deBld ,;,5th St., Ft.!; Pierce PhOM 310-J spent a few day putt here California with Mr., had the largest parent attendtnce. i Oughterson.>E. R. Brown J. R. Staurt Is serving with the Head.
and Mrs Rube After the business meet Pomeroy H. B. Kraft, Cleary quarters Battalion of Naval
to Miami I for the Sharp season.on her way ing guest speak rs, Miss Flora;! Brothers Fort Pierce Glass and Calif.Beach Group 1, alj: Coronado, Ornamental Plants CENTRAL i RKi

Jackie and Edna Slmms, who Stanley county school I'1l1rse.1> Mlrrow Company, Casa Lumber' BLU GREEN Fertilizer
Company, East Coast Lumber
have been guests of their aunt spoke on "Healthful School UvIng -,
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Company and Florida rower and \ Insecticides:
FOOT SPECIALIST
and Miss Lueile Inscc,' Light Company. Sincere thanks
YULETIDE Kllgo, have returned to their *
home In Pensacola. Home Demonstration Agent, i go to these donors from the Salerno Chiropodist Vplant food.
CIVic Center Association. NOT F.r| Urn* Hold
Mr and Mrs. Ransom Tilton spoke on "Vital Vitamins forNutrltlon _
PREVIEW I II 11
'ea
end Mr. and Mrs. Warner Til- .* She outlined the Reports necessities of added supplied equipmentand show I raEoceecg.;.:>sTER: 11..M.\Jui 1f4 imm a..taI. AdJdFl.cklr --
ton. Jr., entertained basic seven foods and stressed
Monday,, I
.
committees at'work, and FlaelebacksA'44
are continued -
night at a party honorlnj the I the Importance of vitamin q andA I
.
,
s progress being made to ----- -4-__ _._ *'- --
1jffr 21st birthday of their sister, Mrs. I for children. She plans to organize make ours one of the finest Civic .. h. f\-- --r-- Romance an Frank Wacha. A welner roast a .4-H Club for Hobe
,
\ (Fiesta Alexicof
Centers in Martin County. in ) I
ERA has enjoyed followed by danc Sound girls to meet'once a '
The Christmas card committee
ing. The pa'W'u held at the month on a Saturday from 10 reports progress. The banquet Offered BColem\ / /' ; -f*
new home of Mr. and Mrs. Ransom .I a.m. to noon, at the Community
C'-A tables. made by the men are ex- Friday n Saturday
TUton on Indian River Center.: Those Interested should I ,
Drive which has (fast been com I register with Mrs. D. English cellent.purchased.More Men chairs, remember are being you' in's F Firestone Double Ftaturi Program r
school
pelted. Attending were Mr. and principal. are still needed on the work No. 1--
Mrs. Jack Smouse, Mr. I committee Saturday afternoons. On the Lusty Mississippi

George Gideon, Mr. nd'Mrs'j WARREN HITS PLAN Vice President Jack Saunderson 1,000 miles of '
Gerald Shlpes. Mr. and TO RETAIN OPEN' needs all the help available to
ien Kendall Mrr and Mrs RANGE UNTIL 1950 carryon the many jobs still to Yt.ikG .
per Quinn, Mr. and Mrs.Har-I be done. 1 7de4l ilL tJdK azct449 3
efifallr KlingMr.. and Mrs. I Vero Beach Nov. 4-(FNS)-- i Mr. 'and Mrs. Scottert had RNE. 1 r.RtS '
Evernham. Langley Robertson. Fuller Warren said recently
I charge of the card party last i s .y4Yleti.
Cecelia Thels, frank Wacha, I II he was disappointed at a pro- Thursday evening and were i "?
I Clarence -Bright, Ramona Mil- j I I'posal by Representative Charles hosts to a larger crowd than we 1 1
ler and Mrs. C. M. Walker of Luckle of Duval County to allow j ."
' have had for some time. Several !
, Prom9maa3te]
,f Stuart. cattle to remain on Florida hIghway ;
I new faces were in the group. .
a I' Mr. and Mrs. Curt Nyberg of j I until 1950. tackle had distributed Refreshments were served. I' : I

v $ Chicago, are guests of Mr. and copies I of a proposed bill Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith
Mrs Carl Fischer at Pine Lodge. i to eliminate cattle from roads In were chaperons at Youth Night I
The Fischers also have as their I the state and Warren sent I' Monday. Mrs. Miller and Mn. I a.
I guest Mrs. Flscher'l mother Mrs. j trickle a telegram In reply, say- Mortensen will/ be the chaperonsnext jd'1111 I
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(VIN( /
Smith of Macon, Ga. who will log: Monday evening pUpVktIWCtsIt6N
fliiilt4! YouB ttuill toe i peltd the winter with them "I sincerely appreciate your The Martin Chamber pf Com j "ALL'-P3 4tN

-..!hn you m our Hofufay The Jensen Beach P-TA will continued cooperation In this I merce and what It means to Sa- I TALPEDIr't IuLIUtNIIi sNtcotor i >>
1 hold its regular meeting tomor- matter, but I was surprised and : '
1i
r Klniion of NANNETTBORIGINALS disappointed to learn of your I 1'
row evening at ':30 at the Jen- ,
1t
; txiunfuUr school. All members provision which would permit BIKESafe Dashing.j2 1 -- ; ;
I sen Beach
Ask for it
j are urged to livestock to remain on 1lorldatafghwaya ; by name? j iDarincl.I ;1f'SUNSEt :
styled,Snety dewlcd", I Mr. and Mrs..te\,. Worthamof Until July IBM), I / CARSON ,f'; I

flivltw 6mn|-' Tampa, spent a few days here "I feel very strongly that I ad sturdy and His .:4 Cactus Jr.' '
should
Florida highways be easy
CM the Sales bout, Ins ."'eck with their son-in-law 'Iltj
.'UII lfcrfca' and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. freed of the roaming livestock to steer Hal. adjustable ? __"" 't,. ",", 'Fightit Mustang; dA" /
av ,on lour '(tuuun. 1"7" ... menace1 by October 1940. .1 .
.Backuv : I teat for growing' Meeu.'d"l'n', .....
Oldeon enter- "As you know, Charlie T have youngsters A rw d ,,:J I
Mrs. Seymour 'l
agreed to a reverse referendum p. "SurE fAN" No. 7 "h,,
tuart touted her Tuesday bridge club Equipped with rubber tires. nt wheel !Is
in the livestock law, 1
provision
j
at her home. Three tables were CARTOON"Make (1 1 PI
,. but I have not and cannot agreeto 6% itches high. .
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::;; in play and high scores were a bill that will permit live- l1lne FreedomBoysand ::+>j.t j.
made by Mrs Joe Kling and Mrs. t'
StorePhone stock to be at large on the highways t t,..it,
epartment Hertel. Others playingwere :A GRAPETTE I
Adolph '
of our State for a year ; ATTENTION I /: 'I{
/ Mrs. C; H. Alderman Mrs. after the 1949 Legislature adjourns : '
320 R. S. Robertson, Ulss Georgia .,.... .
so as to permit a countyto -- ------t-- '-- | pirlsl .
Turner, Mrs Laura Howard Mrs vote Itself from under the Last cha1ce tog}; et Lyric Pfd
Lewis Oamble, Mrs.T. R. Hellier,
Minnie law. Dollars i.i Saturday. Nov.
Mrs Arnold. Taube, Mrs.
'Roaming' livestock are wreck- 6. Turn ttfeto all in
at
and Mrs. E. J. Ward. pop
i Klpp
I Mr. and Mm. George MacLean ing cars all I and the killing time.\ This or injuringpeople brutal I II deI'at corn counter by Thurs G .\

entertained at dinner last week should day, Nov 11, 9,", M.
barbaric
MEET [HEM HERE! honoring ;.arry Nightengale on and have been stopped practice years ago My I, Winner lib be announced ;

i iI his birthday. Guests were Mr conscience will not permit me asGovernor I and Bitycle) awarded V.
I and Mrs. Arthur Pants of Palm I to consent to the killIng I Saturday, Nov. 13,

THE sti house Beach, Mr. '.nd Mrs. Harold and injuring J of Florida citi- 4130 P. .t
Kitchen and Mrs. Mary Bee. cens 'and visitors until July

EXAMS SCIIEDCLED ; 1950. Will -.- --_ -
"I earnestly hope you i S
Tallahassee; ttol,4' -Examinations amend your proposed bill so no'' v7y Sunday Monda;. a
RYTWv for clerks stenographersand to prohibit livestock: from run- a
uN welfare visitors will be Conducted ning at large on, Florida highways < 2 Days Only) r 4
throughout the State after Oct. I, 1849,' rather Mirth of a Nation 1 ;

Nov.' 20 according to an announcement than July 1, 1950." I I ,
from the State Merit y0V11NOWt.SHRIIK tR1
+e +
System Office today. Applications A stand of hWMncust.. planted!

must be submitted by mid in 185)5) now pays all the taxo onJ t I 11wsww
(a
Nov. 1} In order to be admitted '
night s WKVucre(! farm in fancy Soimh
to the examinations. M. ;
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POTENTIAL: CITEDManufacture

of food products *********
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from edible nuts grown in Florida S' UARCITY
holds possibilities for Industry r. .. If
and for agriculture, the research OMMIS ION L1fl y yDONLE
and Industrial division of rSVT
the Florida State Chamber of Regula Mee ngs -a- .

Commerce stated yesterday In 8:002nd
8en
its weekly business review, a hWEDNE
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AID FOR VETERANS AYS USSIFIED
M. IV Penton, assistant service Stuart Cit all -- i
officer, will be at the court house : II
Monday from 8:30: am. to 8 p.m. Bette1 Th ,a ,: I
to assist veterans or their dependents k- "Fuller Bess M .
Aiwa ]
benefits Public cum. .
with any 01 BIO Add.d +n- .4
questions. SECTION Merrie Melody r ewe '
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PACE TWELVE THE STUART NEWS, STUART MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOT 4, 1941 _VV V

Mew Items for this paper most reach that

SOCIAL NEWS the WEEK IN STUART X office\ before noon on RedagAy' ,

''fi Happenings of Home MRS.Telephone JOSEPH 214 A McCOY: Office Soeiet: 1ho., |t



Ii t PARTIES FOR PENCE: : GIRLS : MRS. MEN INGER HOSTESS I MRS. CRARY HOSTESS BAZAAR SCHEDULED MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS Dr and Mrs XL: A. Bostick, en-

Mary Ana Pence celebratedher I Mrs, Edwin A. MeiininRer; was/ I, TO METIIODIST CIRCLE i full-scale bazaar all day and Mrs. E. J, Smith entertainedwith I route from the medical\ convention
i ,PAGE ; '" 6th birthday with a party hostess at her borne In St. Lucie The Methodist\ WSCS Circle evening_ will be sponsored by the four tables of bridge Sat in Miami to their home In
Friday at school Her mother, Estates with a luncheon bridge 1 met at the home of Mrs. Evans Presbyterian Choir Guild at the urday evening at her home In luka, Miss. were guests,of Mr.
t CUD Mrs Phil Pence was: hostess! lor for! the Ace High bridge club Saturday Crary In St. Lucie Estates Tries- CIvic| Ceoter NOV. 18 to benefit St. Lucie Estates i High scores and Mrs. Henry O. Kindred and
Mary Ann and her clasmates, E, J. Smith Mrs. J Richards
v Mrs. and day afternoon. 1. Ita'organ fund. were won. by MlssVlora Stanleyand
AT Mr. and Mrs Bostick Mink of
I.. Mrs, Zeta Plrtle's lit 'grade, Mrs. Earl J Rlcou a guest of ; gave the devotional. Flans John C. Got en. Other
Blanche Fence was honored (>n the club, won high scores. Other, were made to give, a chop .suey Mr. and Mrs. David S: Durant guess were Mr. and NLr>. Charles Eldorado Heights last week. ...rDe1i
t her 5ih birthday with A party i playing were Mrs R, J. Splcer\supper at 8 p.m Dec. S In the and four children of Williams Kindred, Mr\ and Mrs, Curt -e-;* \
span 1Wtths given by her mother Mrs. Pence Mrs Evens Crary Mrs. Web Ord- church dining room tor the purpose town, Mass, arrived here las Schroeder, MrNuul/ftM. James Mrs Joyce Strong and son,
Tuesday at Mr! Robert Johnison's i way, Mrs, R. B. McPhersoq and I of raising. money for the week for the winter season and Brock Mr. and Mra. James Her- Keith are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
,., kindergarten. i Mrs, L. A. Arbogast. Circle living In the home John at \their home on
are they purchased bert Bruner, Mrs. Golden Mr LangWrj
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tacilK \\l lslbly Others present were Dr. Abbott In Port Seawall last fal. and Mrs Joseph A. McCoy Mr. Bewails Point.
;t Morton Mrs Kate Witham, Durant Is In the tennis court and! Mrs. John Dumlch, and Mrs. -e- ,
i.. For Your Convenience Mrs. "r. M. Kramer Miss Mary construction business and they Glen DeBerry! Mrs. Gertrude! Barger of Hobe
AmeS, Mrs J. Y, Harper. Mrs t. reside in (New England: in the Sound was/ the wee-end guestof ? fE'
h WE HAVE INSTALLED ON OUR GAS PUMPS J L. Decker, Mrs A. C. Courson, summers,.and here !in. the win : Among those a attending Stetson Mrs. Mary Allo Mallard. in a WH ENAMELGleam
I The New- Fil-o-Matic: Nozzle. Mrs. Wtllaford R. teach, Mrs. ters. i homecoming last week were West Palm Beach.
ron Harry Winston and Mrs. I E.!: D. Mr and Mrs Wilson McClure -
SAPf-TV ECONOMY CONVEN NCE Well Mrs. Wlnstpn wilt be hostess Charted A. Llntell: recent: pur- Mr.; and Mrs, Arle Stuart Harris Miss Pegl Pear of Congress Deluxe hoe c
G s i Moto Sway for the next circle: meeting chaser of the Lighthouse, will Lowery Mrs. Frank Kramer, Park HI, who has been Visiting Cnoimt gins life" I
t ; 1 /MOOER1" METHOD OF LUBRICATION .- leave Monday to attend the an Mrs H. J, Greene, Miss Lurllne her parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank beautifying turfacl '
J + CUM TONE\ SPRAY WAX METHODIST YOUNGSTERS cual American Hotel Association Green, Judge A O. Kanner, Miss; Pear of the Atlantic''' Court, returned prolonging the servicefX
t.1 GULP 'PRODUCTS HA\K!; HALLOWEEN PARTY convention in New York City. galley Stevens, Miss Sara Rol- home Saturday Eoty.eo-ua. OI..nviprJ ds

E I STUART SERVICE STAT/ONII The Methodist young people -'-- 11m 'ahe! Miss Louise Dearston smoothly, drier qukwy/ to o / /
Christmas gift donations by '
.LOYAL finish durable a/Id/ h-
were entertained with a Hallo e 01 wa
1 }, "ART" TW.KR OPEN SAT MITE W. G. REIN wean party at the home of Jean Legion Auxiliary members for Mr. and Mrs H. J. dimming ORDER able ai fine pore/sin Non. 1

t1 ft fti I- Clements Thursday-bight. Sue I Inmates In Coral of Pratt Gables General should Hospital be- of Garden City Mich.? have 'TJI\II';? LODGE 1 yellowing Gie /tomes?

1s Leek won the prize for the funniest to Mr. moved to the Stuart Auto Camp MSETS St,00 1'. M.. 01 white and stays whit*)
brought unwrapped fkIMJJ
costume. Games were The Cummings, who have been Ill, ..4-/r4 I/ Plan now to t>oin for
Catherine Raulerson at her dress I
1 1e
Phone 353 Don't Be Misled! ,'- rS-Xc": .? played and refreshments'served.' winter residents' here, expect to r.VpH MONTH/ '"Ufa"with Gidem. Deluxe
4. shop In the Lyric Theatre building MoAee Home
f wnenoe Present were Bernard John make Stuart their permanent
Whit. barn
it was announced this week. a FEDKJttL t1c>>
I YOUR ABSTRACTS co.t no morfb here I son., Lurline preen, Paul Sam- home.
OUR "PLANT SWORDS. AND FACILITIES WERE EXAMINED ANDAWtOVItDoON pley. Sue Leek Dot and Mae TEEN CENTER SPONSORS''' -e-- ENRY CAERE? Mgr
lid / JULY I i. m$ FOR ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP Wert, Josephine and Marjorie GIVEN FOR NOVEMBERMrs. Mr.; and Mrs. Ora Avery of llllllilllltllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDRESSM
AND ETHICAL; .PRACTICES; / Tucker. Carrol Mann, Carrol Three Rivers, Mich., and Dr. and KING i t
j / Smith, Bert Clements, Jean L. D McEUresh, Mrs. Urs. George F. Barber of Edger- '
J r Clements, Mrs. Clements, Henry Robert Garner Mrs. F. M. Kramer ton Wis. arrived this week to and AL IONS Casa Lumber Cci
I t Florida Title AtsocUtiori O. Kindred the Rev and Mrs. and Miss Mamie Symonette spend their third winter seasonat Stars. S / .. .w.Mabls :

And I/ W E Rowell and Mrs. H. J. will be the sponsor at the teen the Atlantic: Court Apt rchi IdVie.
American Title Auociatjomi Greene. center dance Saturday night at -e- a tasra AAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Phone 66

... ,, 7:30:: at the JCIvic Center. Mr returned
Ch. .n> and F.*. Confoni wllk Uhl!<*'"t I"Mtio. Mrs. Roy Sampley IIIIlIIIIIuuhl 11111111
TL., A. N.v., B...4 Upon Your .Lund .Iu.U.mt! CIRCLES WILL MEET R..C. JohnsHlrs. Elmer Beatty, Monday from Wesleyan MemorIal -- -
tlrs. Wayne R. Page Mrs. Grant In Atlanta her
Hospital to
/ circles Of Woman'abfsalonary
-- Ablt act: & Title The the
E.d"".. M.... rmMtr A..nl, I Society of the Bap- Leek and Mrs. Cecil DonaldsOn home
I 1 Tlnrd 'Insrance Co. will serve' on Nov. 13, Mrs. G. D. -e-
t ., .I.n IIt"; ComMnr.m. I,,uranr. Cn j II !S STATES tist Church will meet Tuesday.Mrs Hayes, Mrs. M. J. Morrison Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Street of
4 R.... ,,.... A. O. Plttman will be hostess LLRATH PLJMBING SERVIC
,\, "? Q.? ,000 00 Exeru .. \'...haNe.l. Dennis S. Hudson, Mrs. E D Gallatin, Term. were the weekend .
t ,\, a 4lh.., 0.. .. aide ........ '1.. at her home for the Vada Wells and Mrs. Joe Constance guests of Mr. and Mrs, J(. O.
; Rmrmbr, .. co"" .,...ae '?'','''. w. 0. T. .,. W. WIII, Ta..a.. Waldon Circle at 3 p. m. The I'
[ : I on NoV 20, and Mrs. L. A. Hunter In Eldorado Height.
II I Sarah Hicks Circle will meet at Ha Purchased
iji gast. Mrs. Carl B. Roth, ---
: 3 with Mrs. L. C. Kickllter.
p.ra
I.f I A. Hendry, Jr., Mrs. E. J. MOO-I
ot-- The Elsie Jackson Circle has
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OClO oeo--: :20ClO and Mrs Karl J.
called off the regular circle |
BUSINESS
Nov. 27. THE
II FREE YOURSELF II meeting for the enlargement. I REALESTATE AndEQULRMENT
program of the training( union. .
''d U FROM HAIR CARE i U Mrs. James Meggett will be hostess MRS. YOUNG HONORED: I
tti I for the Las Amlgas covered Herbert Young and his daughter OF
g FOR THE SEASON I ;'\ Q dish supper and program session. Mrs. Betty JO Murphy, were ; t

q O Enjoy short, softly turled and / l'< .r.-l. .! 0 \. hosts' Friday evening with a

contoured; hairdo for the set-//I/ FJ.: :. Halloween and birthday party I MARTIN COUNTY WELL ILLIN
.ct'
Boos freedom. Let' Marjorie,' } 4- KINDERGARTEN: FETED for Mrs. Young. Pegl Pear, who
i fI was visiting her parents Mr Properties of all kindt !
l 4V; Buffum give you a brisk newt Mrs. Robert V. Johnson entertained I
and Mrs. Frank Pear of the At. ,
hair cut and a lovely youthfi V her kindergarten pupils lantlo Court, shared honors with for sale.Also V WE ARE\OW PREPARED Td V J
O Jooking permanent. Then jai' 0 with a Halloween costume party Mrs. Young Halloween game \
s VV Friday afternoon at the kindergarten
U run a comb through your hair 0 were played. Other guests were
J' 2 and be carefree good 1 0V Church: room Guests In' were the Methodist Kathrlne Mr. and Mrs. T. O McClaskey rentals and incur DRILL ANT IZE WEs '
II times /I and daughter, Cheryl, and Mr
Clements Bobby Crandall, Suzanne \
T : and Mrs. F. J. Pear. ance. Lr I
:; Davey, Johnnie GUI Bon.
nle Hudson, Carolyn ,Johnson 'ESTIMATES SUBMITTI ILa I
l Victory Beauty Salone Malcolm Menninger, Gary Mos TWO.GIRLS PLEDGED Edward MapjRealtor 1r : ,
0 ley, Blanche and Patsy Pence Mary Huff and Jeanette Rue, >, +
9 Phone 205 Victory Arcade I IHALL'S QO Sandy Ruhnke, Joel Wallace both of Stuart, have been
Sara Wilson, Ann Chambers, pledged to Alpha Dexloma social VOLLRATH PLUMB 5ERVICE
=====oClo=== .oI tG ===oClo===== 00 Joanne DeLoach, Jimmy Ord- organization for women at Set
Lynn Patricia Simmons, DeLand. Both
way, son University
.J1 Andrew Tuck and Kay Hudson are freshmen.! Miss Huff 1s the P. O. Arcade Bid*. LARRY VOLLRATH N.

64 1lc daughter of Mrs. Lena Frances Phone 19 3JI Akron Ave Phone 2 5 \ Stuart, Fliv
CHAPTER( MEETS MONDAYThe Huff, St. Lucie Crescent Stuart.
Miss Rue I is the daughter of Mr \ / "
St. Mary a Chapter of the
f and Mrs. F. E. Rue, East Fourth .
Woman's Auxiliary of the Episcopal I
St.. Stuart
'
Church met at the Parish I
House Monday at 3 Aftera
p.m.
rf.j I PROGRAM ANNOUNCEDFor
I"r business session the Rev. R. '
M. Fenton gave a talk on the her weekly program heard
OFFERS YOUr "Purpose of the Woman's Auxil over Station WIRA at 2:43: p.m.
lary." Hostesses for the social Sunday\ Miss Edith Matthews
r hour were Mrs Horace Atwood I this week has selected "The Hills DIIHEI ARE BEINC WAIHCD
r-i and Mrs. John Hilton. I of Home" by Fox "From The a i }

I EW Other present were Miss M Land of the Sky Blue Waters"by RI11gg'
i i tilda Fenton, Mrs. Laura Wright Cadmaa and "Bless This
,
II' Mrs. James P. Burnett*, -I House" by Brahe. Olympia Till" DRIED, Alt AUTOMATICALLY' IN A 4 ter" x'GENERALELECTRIC
Stanley Kltchlng, Mrs J. man who accompanies her will
Stoner Mrs. J. Hasty Mrs. Harold play an arrangement of Gersh-
i PIIlCE B. Dlsmer and Mrs. R. A. win's "The Man I Love." "

Tunley. '
MRS. DAVEY HOSTESSMrs.
I CLtB BOARD !MEETS Walter P. Davey was rRgg.BTANDIMO DUIWAIBEa I
HO1P0l j jy
II'c" Mrs. O W. Conrad and Mrs. hostess at her home at 71 West
r W. C. Armor were hostesses for 3rd St. Friday afternoon for her
; the Garden Club executive board bridge club. Mrs. Glen DeBerry e On "touch of*1 tmtloa and fOUr put la aO donaduiw 1h
Monday at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. George Parks tied-for N V
y '
pOU' pass,nlnmi, glaaats.
T NfR1ERH COnrad on East 4th St. Luncheon I high score. Others playing were 4',
was served at 1230.: The :, Mrs.Jack Davis Mrs. Drew King, u* all washed trgickically claa all
house was decorated with chry Mrs. J. C. Backus Mrs. Bernard
i santhemums. Plans were discussed Coker, Mrs. Harris Lowery, Jr., IUJol UllicalJ,.You save your haadi,, yoo MV< Urn. t

for Monday's.__._meeting--_.- and Mrs. David. B. Irons, Jr. Tout swat. fitqutnl and meal* 's
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:" 'fat today! I .
Ngd7 amuing "- T: Tali odvontag. of big frk UOW.lcOB.Ulk .b 110.... 1 {

MAGIC "' r.dueeioni, on Amarica's e FIorio 's blltJ seaasa Ia here., ,yea toJ
CIRCII Uading wafer h.arf. Offered ByColeman's
k* bualtt. yout gas.. will btaluabU. .. m a
r1 HUT
'y b bS YOU'LL Zt? AMAZED at Save those luMomi diahwaihlsg bows t tI '_ "'

I ,"V JT! _-'I the the many difference tuning. in price sduncamans -it Fires one .' I turn to mor prtlit ll set!/Iy IjS 44' M Ma4ag

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in the nsw Hotpoint C.I.automatic elacble die ult.r

With sew Automatic Vl'atci lIearer.i et"T
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S i IC'YEAA You fltt the""'oic{tlrclt"hot .A Toy Piano That Actuall! X :i
1 1lti I PROTECTION: of Pressurized Calnpd'' Unit

PLAN I -plujt new-tjpe)/ automatic Play Sharp and Flats

control that mi 'miU'

..aste. and xtra4hiit Fibergla .
>' insulation chit
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: rbreedsyawuhoulre-bei/ing.
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100 pieces al4iw hma, It tt 36 lachts kigh

'uichn.wide, 29 eke dP.BMuUlully tni h.lttral '

'l>oDcIar cabinet with sciie<| iaUatpoic
IlKTIIC 2.98

} ... _._, WATER HIATUSHalFs M;. Ui4 causal lop fits yourkilckB
I1.Key and adds sddttioMl weak eudsee.
au..tee/.apa. .. .
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Electric Service A beautiful plsstlo reproduction of a i moo by J

Grand, Has 17 keys and plays sharps and Sale/
LH i t MARTIN COUNTY ELECTRIC CoeJOHN

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