The Stuart news
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 Material Information
Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
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lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00097
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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| File for City Primary Election Nov/23 ik'INTRODU I


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'1'i Seek 2 Commission Seats,,
2 Vip For Municipal I '

i r I : \ bifrht candidates: Judge ., RIX for 1 .' : .-:', i iI '

x the two City Commie\dor ,,
x 4;
t ,gip 4 1'a seats to become vacant and ,
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jI two for Municipal Judge\ : .
i I have filed at city hall for "

\ the annual city primary elccti6n .. ,;

Nbv 23. The filing

--- -4d. M __ deadline panned Sunday al

K (1949 officers of[ the Moitin Gninls (,hunch.. i uf Commerce dud -prriiKlnii |I. I,>!>lu, director; RO) S Stntet lit vlct midnight.- I;t'i'i'i'I .

. i kdMhuwd! iimtillnAeoiisly' to the iixlKttc, accepted \I
Lt diliKle tlx
wlim Strtalnf hppn spots it elm CtnteiUy
( 1Vl.m.. diiri I'" I lack Asundersn secretary and! Herbert: KKCdircilm for the primary and general ,
Bight From: I ft li> right |UM"| ..w, (;ao.e', K.ms. ilimtmC '; election Dec 14. The registration )

.IjKiIl. iluwtor; George: llcnimmm.. limit" Arthur IX fain. book at city hall will bi, I
I closed at 5 p.m. next Wednesday
SPOKE AT CHAMBER MEETING; Considerable Increase In! the, 1
number of registered voters 18 : .
Reviews State'sSleds expected by city officials nee/
tpper the 1,065 who were registered a:'
Of last Dec 3 ,
The six commission candidate I II '

at Chamber Meet Include Albert I M Shrlgley, C A 'br m fm ,..
I Christopher. Mayor W. R Baker
'seeking re-election, Henry P
-. I Lyons, Otto J Matousek and Ari

Ltummary. of Florida's Jrrealcst needs today and what Commissioner K S. Stlmmel .
t-pcd. and) expected the next Congress) : will do about' also seeking re-election Thejudge.hlp ( < e
I candidates Include
i ate given by. U. S. Senator (laude Pepper at the Harry F Dyer seeking a filth
Lil Installation of officers meeting of the Martin I term and George Leeman. Thi
hty Chamber of Commerce: at the Civic Center Mom primary Will eliminate only two

. oht. i t d t of the commission candidates.
---- Ww It was explained.
induced by Stale Senator 1--- I
k Crary, Pepper .u given''in addition to health Insurance I First to file for the commls !

k i(bar 200 when he pledged cooperation picture operator at the tyrjc
fears of Com
I He scoffed at
> ill In bit power to jlt'CU"'JC.oar. munism Inhis country in I Theatre Second was Stlmmell!
\ from the Federal which he saldt the Government who operates Stuart Services
.. Next came Lyons who operates a
'fment for construction ofyoposcd and living standards are too I +- i i'i .
fervlce station and restauranton -- -
I bridge to the good for Communism\ to take a 1 i--
U S. 1 In Bessey Addition *h Caihon will the \ov\ /15luKfcn l
providing' plan were .hold. Shrlgley was first of the trio These Hi-mliun Tallin, will bi JPIOI' ( the l. Morion preside tnv

,> locally and brought to Previous to his talk he was I to file shortly before the deadline i hundreds Including d"1{ito, ln.>>n Mirtin Connti / DrIu,gstirsill, yak] +d: worn" NuvIU .
lUtntton Ha laid he felt honored at a banquet attended Shrlgley who filed Friday j who tvlll atl.ml llx. :)2m" < .au.. ,nd Imsm.., /( .1 !H"mli. 'iittnrl; l "",inh I"''!;'..*..
,>''Inc reason why this pro* by 99 at the Stuart Hotel wherehe rt afternoon. Is manager of the I Miwrt will, sK ",k 11.1, i ,"'"iiu' '}: m ,'miiuilMHulKM 1
tould Hot be consummated spoke briefly after an introduction t East Coast Lumber Company iiiliIiKmi. .ni UK State' ('h.'I1II I ,,', cil i (...MUIICKU 11 I1 1'1:1' lug,,I \Iut., .,",, wi is 1 '"11 V,1,11Y.ug

ip u a Joint effort by RFC I by Representative Marvin I I-ere Fifth was Mayor Baker }I hind u ?1u, t m I <,. Mt.minis" will, |1\11 ,, (itnis| Miitu I.. II ill pu..le uui, Ih' .ds'I "

the! State Road Departed I H Rowell Taylor, a County long-time who operates the Stuart Auto hiM, luml, Ion, milisls wlnt, wwaidi I 1 lu I .multi 1.0111'111I'1., ((41 h,1, uw,, '. Ul[fl! l III nilt! ,,! )l (;.olUilln !.
friend from Camp on the Old Pixie Hwy. and i
Involving local Intern .I lie was flown here for the evening I ilxth was Matousek a Chicago/ UK .ml In. H ,,,!,) uiiJ, what miry |I". ixprctul, of / K; halt. jukMiuvilk UisliKl fjiginttirin !: .
which he also touched by Zack and Bob Mosley realtor' and builder who retired pingr.mr mrw d.'ol'i.\t.' | .\ fix? iiinfrroiipt slo- I : : /Iliyl''' 'Mi" 11-pi| itiil.ilivc+ ItulwnJ) 1]. Simp ,1
M< waterway systems\ ; the and Roy 8 States after the four here but has remained. active in gsuits"i I It,idu, (II") Miti lliMiirth Built" 'i rearItvul '<'''. "nil/ Wulur I L. |II h,)". C,"Uul. h.l. willpulrtitulc ,
' Nntrol program the cltnwle I Of them attended a hospital P I Iauhnh these fields. ,.ia i! (top, rim, Mt li rtylil' ) 1'J."Iit's I I : \ hr, lire. I'ooil' ( )\.I"I" Hi'....tmioii. B.iyIKS .) ';' ': : v.

the Federal &'hoot dedication program In Arcadia '' Dyer, first to file for the Judg- Itxt t (;iniiuiir'JK Juflii" MIUMI' wild |H'iM, >imltv WIllI t pin"I u "higlra!,: .ly n..mli, slid de- I I;
I program. Federal aid to that afternoon also attended bY' Pht, ihlp Is an attorney In the New CullurmiK, utin 'miiUlmi! milliIK uliumn| (. and. Siiii[>Mui' well ii-Kiit| on, tlm. \\' '.- .. ,
cabinet lnvi tiaUil
Uon, hospital and health Caldwell and his Arthur Dhon Bldg. Leeman, ){ .
IIICf and highway beautl- Governor. On the return air trip Sen U S Scnulo riuiule PtpHrit| shown us lie -Kile( lit tin Martin "vho filed Saturday morning ,.| list. imiiilli, tnxl) wli" sill! .iddfcvN Ik urnmnu litffi ul' lite. nii || W HtyH is t P
a. Ill these Items he I ator Pepper was shown In detail (ninh, CliirnlHi fI' Comrmrci' \ Instullutiiin, ul) olRren/ ...,'('lIut( at I ormerly was the Martin County ( KniiKl| !NOS. 10 .\. "i'. MiUn! )j.IL''k- )!t'JUIII'l'lUgrjom' ilium, ,,.in.. (fiHith, ,) row hfttn )
have solution which are the local landscape and what ) the Cou i C scale i Mi>ndi> night.Woman's : alter bill" ill,.. llu. ofjwiH/.iiliuns. 'iinsxltnl' tin fiicuinUnt agld) D.: lt..l.mil II rmiU; r>: ttiiwjil! DOIHIW J\ j
(reams and not radical but plan are"In mtnd for developments ---- l-overiHif; '' MilUnI I... jUWII. rid l''. S. nail, WVntlJ' rei! llnnihlOiIrt.. I*, ;; "

of progress for the com COUNTY COMMISSION; GRAY WILL; PRESENT Sinali < ....ll<< 1 L. Hilltinl (;"nenii'r Uil.l I Iti .Hld) Hi Dootivjn will "pest oil W,"", .Yn ,I
wxt. Preceding the Senator at the Club P-TA PROGRAM TUESDAY well will, vpr.uldltu ',loin. ,,/len nee Inn.IK, .m WI" mli, mil! lixiliiiii" ", if.i-iuli" ntpniivrh, Jutw"f'"f',II I '
forecast a 12-ft. deep In- I Civic Center Douglas Sliver, WILL MEET WEDNESDAY 1:, .nil) Vuitii, 11HIM, will I Ile I Isut| ,t in ,i flnmlcmillil I "rII, i>(hr ,,i plra lor (In' pnmiohnn/ ..f( \xi,) 1 I
tttrwuy\ from Trenton, N. of the Fort Pierce visual aid Instructor ." (xil.... '
president John/ Gray .illiriiHiii. ,IVtfHid '\Ow. :SI 1.tI' k imlliMnil p.uisKin' is '
Installedthe Will Hear The County Commission will 01" "ny.l ( \ I
Waml another 1.000 mild of Commerce High .
Chamber at Martin County l Dust'E.. (;..IIIIt,. fur-lnrsirletd' "f.II.'I .. M' twinhuii rill, ,
wound the Quit coast and I new officers They include meet to hear the public at 3 p m. School, will\ demonstrate audiovisual Iclt Infill' ) I.mini CUsirs; 'I ,. i
,Ht crojiS-State canals to A S. Blair, president; States School LeaderThe next Wednesday Instead of education during a 45- 1)1. Kilphh\ 'I"r .in IhnUMtm' .uai J.uas 1 1I putt on Mil. M .11 s 'Iislli' .. -- --

ntrida a waterway system lit vice-president; Arthur M. Tuesday, Clerk J R. Pomeroy minute program following the '

would reduce be k tourist freight attraond ratet- Dehon Saunderson 2nd,vice-president secretary; David; Jack B. of education announced yesterday The shift regular Tuesday business at meeting 8 p.m. at of the thePTA IL LYONS -to GET \! ZacR Mosley CITY[ fUR : \ I

confident t the'enUre floods Irons Jr.. treasurer and Cecil department Is in line with the board annual Civic Center. Cub Scouts, also CHASES'I\'I I
' plan calling for a $208.10 .- W Moore )Part!: O. Knoll, Drover of the Stuart Woman Club will I Dractlce of Wednesday included on the program will // Select |
appropriation would be King Oeorge Hlronlmus, Herbert present Miss Jessie T. Miller retired meeting through the winter put on an Initiation and sing FLORIDA MEDAL i {Will ;: ROAD
romlng and proposed thatjvtrnment Rice and(\ J. C. Leslie direc- Superintendent of Public season I Cub Scout songs
start reallxa1 t .. Iruttructlorv of Manatee County, I I -- -- --- I Contest QueenWinter
< the lull plan immediate Retiring President H. M. Saunders -. at the November meeting of the To Receive i Conservation FOR $3,462.38 t
named L OKlckllter Describes ..
diet _
the State pay Its share who presided 'Palm City Officer I -- I
* wit U U cane I and A. C. Courson asan Woman Club at 2:90; Wednesday Award From State !Haven Nov 11 IFNSI
Senator said be favored\ auditing committee. afternoon at the club! house II Chamber TuesdayThe I /'j" :
Zark Mosley ol Stuart creator Pun'h I lour of the seven
in Korea LStt o
in funds tor will conduct quit Tense Situation
Miss Miller a I I' ,
;: and an irf Florida State Chamber <"f' : (:ii l the nationally syndicated: I pieces, of road equipment/ loaned\
and I
in both humorous' !
'4e* agreement to solve lOFOBTSLlTEDFOR I E serious program veins with 100 prizes for I Commerce announced today 'Seines' Jack comic strip, willserve by the Federal Works Agency to t ,
itrui\ problem. He expect. audience participants The radio |I Chief Warrant Officer Russell Day of the Army reconditions that Ernest Lyons managing!! II at. a Judge of the 5th annuul the city at a cost of *3,462 38 Was

.sage In the next Congress I' program entitled "stoo-art- toted as he found them and name of his experiences editor long con&crvatlonlst of The Stuart News und, sport life-;; Florida! Tangerine Quoen i upproved by the City Commission .

*Jioipltata t education bID and felt are KIWANIANS Inc," Is sponsored by the United during hill 27 months of service In Korea with fishing writer has hofn contest to be held here Nov. 28 I upon passage of Resolution .
and housing
tf throughout the nation Manufacturers and with Distributorsof Mrs Garland ] U S, occupation forces at the noon meeting of Rotary at ed the Florida 'award-I Moaley the famous, comic strip I 423 at cltv hall last night "" 'I j
Martin County
r-- IOlo.lltand \ Chisholrn's yesterday.. Medal for 1948 which artist who has Judged numerous The equipment purchased includes -
Kofocd"wldely-known Edenfleld as guest
jack Durant Fulton at the Day, son of Mra Anna B presented formally at lhl StateChamber's beauty contests over the nation, a diuno truck for $619?, J;
THE TIDES columnist in the Miami Herald, Mrs The local club 1s observing of Palm City, arrived here M''r.1 proved a big mistake and one convention banquetin notified the Winter Haven Junsr I a bulldozer I for $78004. a roller uIn
will\ be guest sneaker at the Ki-at planor national education and national day and will leave next week for' I never to be forgiven by the natlves Associated Orlando Tuesday with the night publlrli Chamber of Commerce last : for $136288 and a ne'lfrJo:; ': 't', r
Club noon meeting! Washington where he will be in $681 35 To be u
wanls Club tomorrow.Kofoed book week. Depot 'Ing of Florida sport fishing op week that he will arrive here !in I are., another truck loader and 1'j 1
the quartermaster
,.>'toe 4 hm_.;.;.;4iMI,..,.Ik.....55..b*tutU. l"., the Woman announced this morninghe Is. A well-known native of Eaton:in Stuart, Miss as Miller anoutstandlnll' purchasing' and n I luOt.1 The Army three points included port unities/ for the past 15 years. his private plane Nov 27 !in time crane A one-fourth payment,
::.,w..rt' Tim' sell. will speak on "The Interna- and lec- ficer. He reported that to a I he related the evacuation Lyons has crusaded for wise to attend the gala pre-contest-( of $36360 Isto be made now ,'.
1 1 a.., M .l lor: C Anse educator of all Japanese which was conservation of the State fish ,596.78. balance to be ''i:
8 Army has with the $2 t'
.. .. large degree the V that .
1 l> ....... lor laW .. (;0... .. tional Sltllatlon. turer In Florida for 35 years I somewhatto wildlife and Tangerine Ball being held .
b H. HUeh.u. Keith reported briefly of accomplished( all part of Its quickly accomplished game and resources paid In three annual equal tor ,ell;I !y
Oeol'le one Haven
I i. W. During her 12 year as nation immediate detriment Stuart News Is currently engaged night at the Winter '
H W be will be expectedto three-point plan in Korea and I the The stallments and bear 3 per cent s' 9j{J
i *.*_. r M, 1r.: r:la.4t W the duties Kiwanis District the first women superintendentsIn will\ evacuate the country undera creation of a Korean Government In an editorial campaign Armory. Interest, F' ,
7 11,41er perform u In I.1MS at the State she served as executive evacuation agreementwith : by and for Koreans andreestablishment directed at awakening Florida to Serving with Mosley on the Purchase of 1000 booklets .4 "
governor Joint 1
I 1 1t\ I lieutenant meeting secretary Of the South of the Korean the need for reforestation and ,
M the
It club'l noon which Russia In January panel of Judges who w1lIt'lect\ containing t
ft- silii, i u ii*. the stuart rrtdaJ. He Florida School Association "evacuation plan economy He said he found the curbing of pollution. I new city traffic ordinance was
Club the .
M Itid |ii Woman" three Lady of Florida tan-
extended becauseof battle ,
the to .
Jape preserve
ofhis favor for "The buy.
H decision on
some with
\ Tit llSt 111** l<<* out how a large part administration he said has encountered suspicion approved ;
1,4le 11ST III It pointed the office will\ be to 20 counties during distrust of the Soviet the many material improvements magical wonder and beauty of gerine industry from contestants Ing 1,000 more copies deferred, r; '
j- Sal' IM Ice J14I work In educatIOnal efforts She has been brought by Koreans and and American: alike they made In the countrybut natural Florida he said "[Is being sponsored by cities I until the board Nov 24 meetIng -
aU-around the club for fullcooperation to Stuartthis year for a return and although the present situation little understanding for gaining ground This summer, throughout the Plate will be Also delayed until that
and called on engagement by popular requestof ,I American kindliness because of for the first time since their of bid I
WEATHERj to support hIs work who heard her i\* calm ItI.\ nevertheless Janet Ruth Crockett of 6t 'date wa acceptance a
.t U1nelll It WII KeILb" local members Ish.. tense H* believed that Koreansatisfaction the Koreans' Inherent knowledge threatened extinction flock of for repainting the two baseball ,
j / Attendance a. the club In last year Miss Miller will\ (not be secured only of force In all things He egret winged their way Northas Petersburg, Florida Tangerine park fence after only two bids ?
r..Nd W first sister .of Mrs Durant Fulton until the now-famed 38th parallel described the populace u slow- emissaries'' of a tropical re- Queen of 1945Elizabeth i Golden had been submitted. The $352.61
';'..... U a. nmttw ckMnM two month and C A. yearbook chairman of the Stuart dlvldingthe two occupation tempoed, lacking in ambition /dreatlon land Florida will be }f Leesburg, former Queen! of unpaid baalnce to Caaa LumberCompany -

..,........ T PIto_, ._ ......... T T OughtereoD Icily on the club, day art th forces is eliminated and that and migrating by the thousands repaid a thousand-fold for this the Florida, Citrus Exposition; for erection and oalnU
i M_ Myl.rnso Porter Klwa"II'eonvenUon In HostesSeS for the department such elimination will not be from the north Russian area to _on. progressive' action. Egrets 1. Peter Knowles of Jacksonville':Ing of the white park ace, rep.r'' f
Slate Deck'Tampa. members of the education the the! U S. lone spending the summer in the 1848 resentingabout 11 pet cent of II'
'r _. u Octct. 10-12 and Ira Ralph Hart done without civil war by Beach, director of the I.1
: with Mr* The club will Join In an intercity fields of Illinois. Wisconsin\ Connecticut wit ordered paid.
.. 54 .v the club Cllrectora'meetllll com Korean to fore one side or the Florida Pageant and Roy Beck- the total cost,
on her
.5, ress er reported man. chairman and Aid e"nll'dinner.. meeting In -by their natural beauty W R. Baker and City
I. A. C. Bridges D. other to give ground. He \ nan of Tallahassee, director of Mayor
.5 aii ; 1(0" $111 subscribed mlttee. MI'8. J. I8 Craig' _. "Ken- the late President Roosevelt'sagreement' Fort Pierce Dec 1, It was announced t will Invite ,all who see them lie State Advertising Commis- Manager L B. Turn: were.Absent
II'.. announced Hudson, .Ire. T. J. U had seven guest 1'/4-hour 8II0n.1A1 ,
for set'ting for the
t to the plan Three
Wlaglq ) don.
-* In,theschool's mldgetpfo Lb'j nedy The public and Is Mrs invited, Myrtle Terrio., I up the divided country has I,,yesterday. (Continue 4 011''pee, {:

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r ; t Present [part of Pr. Bradmaa. i I RAW)AU, IS
Hobe Sound News Guild to 1kAlkb
I ( j i The November meeting of the ,
) / ; J Icy W Randal!
Dec. 2-3 I Guild was postponed Indefinitely ;
I '' Play on i .Monday by President Mr.' W. I II USN. son 01 L ,
of psyche
\ i': A second and third ,*s nt.- A, Llpplncott Portponementl j Is undergoing Avenue yell
\ I caused by Senator ClaudePepper's lit,
I' i ,' tlons of Noel Coward's mystery, was appearance that night j I Naval Training cmta"
1 I : AINSBIRTHDAY comedy "Blithe 'Spirit" will be here. i I '1 take, m.

| I :I, the Fine Art Guild at i .- .
: the high school auditorium Des,
: ; ( : i I I 2 and J at 81S; p.m. Wendell LIST your RM
I II I Waters 1 II np'.cln' C. F. Patterson Homes with us.8v .
I : i I By MARIE BRODRICKMiss lead of Charles FULFQBDnd
In the male
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ATV :,, i(1 ; : -Alberta. Griffin wts\ en and Henry O. Kindred I Ia replao- L.
: John U. Mennlnger In the '
i ( at a birthday party at Ing I

spad''l, t ? I I I' home Thursday\; afternoon [ a LE C KENT1NCAOEMENT
I: I \ !! II In honor of her 7th birthday. day evening The Southern I ER
Paint : I 1 centerpiece was a birthday Stars, all-lgrl orchestra! played.If .. O. Box No. 4
Wttht,; : ( I with seven candles and we are to pave these dances 1 Colorado
facl111 tl : ;'J'J.albly I ,!', ) birthday I written on I It in for the young people, we need 3YI Avenue
1 ; ,I. and blue. Games were everybody's help, so come out anStiurlkFlorlda
_I"r" '( : '' and refreshment of ice tonight at $50: and help ..s put I
; cake and candy served' these dances over.
: I l I Freddie Brownlee, Lois Linda
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s i Lillian] Black Diane Sharon ------

Dee. Dee Lester and Juanita .

j \ Mrs Austin Muffins is visiting\ J
\ f1 family in Georgia.Mr. fc THE
:( and Mrs. Dredge and Mrs.
3 a'' ) ( \ MlrcheU from Washing
: | D. C., and Mr. and 141'1.1
;j I Wilson from Miami, were
I I i ::end guests of Mr. and Mr*'I i Victory Hotel Dining R o
A. King and Mr. and Mrs. T. I
I I Jamison.
It Mrs..William King }has return-
after several d.ys1aIt with
f : L' mother. lLtn. Fort In Vert WILL REOPEN MONDAY NOV. 1 Itt.

George Brownies and
Freddie: and. Betty
i fl; ( and Mrs Stevenson of BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
visited Nov 2 with Mr*.

: .Lee Caraway Eden at has Fort Pierce.returned I Serving Good Home Cooked Food

several weeks visit In Wau-
'I\\ with his children and their
:' .: He make his home Under Management. of
with, his daughter. Mrs.

I I Man.Jean Arnold entertained Mr. and Mr. B/t Goddard

:. I a dinner party Saturday eVe-
Mr. and Mrs. S. E.: McCulley Sun- nlng. The girls prepared and .
\THE HOME THE FARM FOR CHRISTMAS" day.Hans served a Spaghetti dinner. Those]
i J Meyers and Frank Snyder -| attending-were) Mary Diamond. ;
of Orans Hansen Mich., Cecil and Margy Moore Elaine}
I HARDWARE have arrived at their 'Winter Algazzinl and Marie Brodrick
tt I BESS CO home In Golden Gate and were II Fred Bellinger left Sunday for
\guests Of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. his home in Connecticut He SE1'
ii' F Mooney Sunday Meyers Is a ,I ha been here for the past :
Phones 38 216 Boa N Stuart, Fla. retired engineer of the Great months with his sister, M'*.
Lakes. J Jean Benter for his health. Mrs.
.... Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Lyons of I Bellinger left two week ago
; Stuart called/on Mr. and Mrs.C after spending a month here.
L Mooney Sunday. I Mr. and Mr*. Dredge and Mrs. G A ;
'j Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Saunder- (Irene Mlrchell left Monday
IOn of New Jersey arrived Sun- morning for their home In
0 day to spend the winter. I Washington D. C, after week's
1h!\: Fritz Anderson went to Orlando visit In :Miami with'"ra. Mirchell's SWIFTS JEWEL
) Saturday to visit his wile who son and c1
I II Is 111. i Mr. and Mrs. ughter-ln-law'j r 83
Mrs. H. of 3-Jb. carton
Mr. Holloway I i Mr. and Mrs.O. SHORTENIN
/ I Tom's River, N. J,. arrived last I sort Jessie and ,
week to spend the season In Sunday with Mr, and Mrs.
I their winter home hoer George .Brownlee and Mr. and - "- "j
Mr and Mrs. Roy E. Decker Mrs. Dan Shaw. RicManJ Yellow.Sweet Cat1 Red
Of Rhlnebeck, N. Y.? arrived recently John West visited Nov S with
2 2C.rnpbeu's
AP COFFEE MEASURING SPOON for the winter In their A. Brownies *' :: MATOES2No,2eani
-,1', Tliii ASP home on Salerno 'Snores after ,,Mr. and Mr. I. M. Heck andtons CORN zjte. _. _
Ciflee measuring portion -- n
out -
spoon the summer in the David, :
spending Douglas Scotty and :
K 9 exactly the $lil, smnunl to make a realty GOOD Xl'Jrth.franclll. week end ; TeoMiUSOUP our' Star
Miami visited last
(. S, ," J- Cup of eonV. Nothing to buy. rememberi This Stiller, captain of the of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Let CARNE u
1a 1f 1u I i 4<, bnplit color*! pla.tic tnea ure I.l free. For superb Hammerhead shark boat, I, ter.with i 1.19C 9 JLI CON :

= Sorer chaffr one of Ail ColTeeV three blends! brought In an unusually large Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Politics of eau- _.
tf q -. EIGHT O'CTOCK RED CIRCLE BOICARMiM load of shark Monday.Mrs. Jupiter Island took their sons HILLS BROTHERS DRIP OR RECAA GRIND t
,, ., ... Shelby McCulley and Jr. to Gainesville
wee *XftlMt > **l rwtfcW Vtl* fM, Dick and Byrd
Mb. i Mb. Mb. bag Mrs. Clara Jean Rowland entertained where they took their State
f a t
f"1. 402 43c 45c \ Nay:3 with a stork shower board examinations for chiropractor COFFEE / \ lb. 5?
In honor of Mrs. William *. Mr. and Mrs..Pullum .
1I 1\\ 3-lb. > 3-lb. bat 3-lb. bagJ1J5
at Etanger at the home of Mrs. Mc- went on to Dothan, Ala., to visit
kt t $1. 4 $1.29 Culley. Games were played with relatives They all returned -
I after which gifts were opened.
\ Ann Page Tomato Ann Pace, Broad or Fine EGG Sunday evening
Ann P keiple Cake punch and cookies were Miss Penny ,and Betty Marie
CATSUP "r; x'J 19'' Flavored NOODLES 3 Plu ox 25C served to Mrs. Maud Shelton, I and Freddie Brownlee spent S/?! SOAP SAL] LUIT CAKE;
TRUP Mri. Martha Whittle, Mrs. S. E. Sunday with Mrs. Jack Steven
j Lane and daughter, Mary, of I son In Salerno. t
,'a)! Ann Page Grape 12-3*. J 23c A & P Vine Ripened Palm City, Mrs. Oliver Smith Mr and Mrs Arthur Brodrick One Cake 5c with TWO at Res;, tic. INGREDIENTSPest
,t'' I\ field and son Bud, Mrs; Bobbie Johnson I made a trip to West Palm Beach LIFEBUOY, 3 cakes. A.2Se D d

I I: \ ., !AM 2 Ib jar 39C sa / PUMPKN! rr is1 .,Bonnie Mrs. Jim Sue Brown Mrs.and O. H.daughter. Johnson -- I Tuesday Miss Adair Mahan was t lady- SWAN, 3 cake If He in U. |*>ckag.sf lkORANCl IbLEMONU Rr

( I Sultana Red Kidney PartdakeFL&UR Sultana 2 Mo. 2 cans Mrs Charles Conrad Mrs. In-waiting at the Veterans gamein Sc Washing Powder Sal EEL Ib.CHERRIK .
Ted Baumgardner and daughter Fort Pierce Saturday night BREEZE. -- 1 peg 33c 1 Alg. ftc Ib.PINEAPrU .
BEANS 2 r: 27 IA. TOMATOES 33C Judith, and Mrs Edward when Elva Beatty was crowned (Both for 3Se) Ib.
j 20-o*. 14c Johnson of Stuart, Mrs. lisle: the Vets' Queen LUX, 1 Reg. Inn only Sc jlen you CITRON.Ib. Mr
1 A & P FruitCOCKTAIL Ann Page Pure Peach Stanger Mrs. J. C. Morse, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Yerkes of Wilmington Buy LA'. Six. at 36cBoth 41.
Douglas Shelton, Mrs. Joe Anderson -
Del., arrived this week
} N" 27' Den ;;- he PRESERVES'23' Mrs. Charles Stiller, Mrs. at their home on Jupiter Island -. T
; Can To Sa O. R. Thompson and daughter, for the winter season. HUB'* Yellow Clint I Blue Streak\Sup rlative27s
I. d Mrs. Bill Pendarvts Mrs Louie The election was held at the
p. "Ocean Spray CRANBERRY Ba roN' Sunnyfield Plain or S.R. Jacobs Mrs. Chris Miller, Mrs. Community Hall Nov 2. Those PEACHES I RICE 2a
I cansev Ed Long, Mrs. W. H. Carle, Mrs. serving on the board were Mrs. No. i1ea P .
f I ; : :,:. : SAUCE can 17' 3-1 25 FLOUR 10-lb. b.r73C W R. Olennon, Mrs. Ella Pres- I Mary Griffin, Mr. ,Grace Hall Oversea Grapefruit Pride of the Wley Early .June
cott Mrs Francis Stiller andson I Mrs. William Moore and chair- -q

i '; A & P Super Right Mea II FARM FRESHCHUCK Mrs.. Brttton Mary, Mrs, Mrs.R.L.Mortensen M. Arnold, man Jlmmte Mr.Bowden Pearl Bryan.will leave Sat- JUICE No. 2 ... SC LEAS 2 No.% cans a

> and Mrs. Morris and children.Mrs ,
.4 Super Right a urday for Streater, III. where '
Shelby McCulley and Mrs. he will enlist In the service with- Green; iCABBAGE I
ROAST 15' FRUITS \nd VEGETABLES Jack Baunderson gave a demonstration several of his friends there. clPOTATOE
: Lh. on- making aluminum Jimmie has been working In
I Gl/ Super RightSIHLOIN i Red Delicious trays at the home of Mrs. Jack I Illinois since graduating from ,Lb.. 10 pounds
Baunderson Friday. Presentwere Martin County High School In
'1 .1 I.. STEAK ..B7c APPLES ; 29'' Mrs.. Chris Miller, Mrs. 1>/47. JiATirs-TENDERIZEPICNICMAMS5to7lb.averaelb.6'
; ,
Lh. s. George Osborn Mrs. George Os The new paper cutter has
\ I born, Jr., Mrs. Joe Putman, Mrs. been purchased for the school
,. Center CutPORK Pascal
Scannell Mrs. Gladys Perry and the new projector has arrived -
; CHOPS 73'' CELERY u.V 18' Mrs. Chet Homan, Mrs. C. C The children enjoyed
H Lb. Jacobs and Mrs. R. Mortensen, picture\ shown by Mrs English Y

I '. school principal. RATH'S T
r Tendered Smoked Emperor + Miss France Jones and Milton BLACJCHAJs
8-16 Ik. ave. Griffin were dinner guest In
HAM 5 59' GRAPES 25C Nov,1.Mr. ,
Lb. fouada Stuart. and Mrs. Russell Alia- BAC in '1 .lb. layers I e

shculder Greet Top bough West Palm Beach, called -
I T OST C P1.ETE on Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Brad-

LAMB CHOPS Leh.69CCARROTS 2 bune .a. 19C RETAIL 0 OLESAIEB rick co-owner Monday afternoon.of Bowlarena Theyare In PLACE YOUR 0 ER FOR"THANKSGIVINGTURKEYS, WE HA E TNFjC

Cooked / Sweet West Palm Beach.

c visited Kenneth with and Mr.Roland and Mar.McBaln Jessie
Lb. I 3 pounds .-." IN THE EACIIES Griffin and Mr and Mrs. W.
417' TOAD D. Griffin Sunday afternoon.
i Fresh. White The weekly dance was held at

GROUND BEEF lb .. 55C POTATOES 10 pound. .. 39C la "the"- Community..-..,--Halt last-Thun-- C OMER' '

Iv SALES ,See U* Fords

Repai and
.,f .. !. ,. .
its': Plenty ,of 35S EAST SERVICE arts

(fit r ;, FREE FOURTHrARKJNC Up To Date Stoy ',

Luc:. BouWardauLu 142-W We Are OpenWedneSd,

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I MORE ABOUT 'Palm City News CHARLES part of Charles In Noel Coward'a,, ,'

SAVING MARTIN COUNTYWITH LYONS TO GET OFF F FISCAL The Fine Arts Guild will pre-j.Blithe Spirit" at the high ." 'I I
S tent Wendell p. Waters In the I.school auditorium Dec. J-l J. .j
(Ciatttnued, from 1))) .
page '- -
A 4 Attend Co --- ----- -- --- ---- -
Complete Dairy/ Line to visit Florida.

Deliveries In J/nlen Before tne1 war, as chairman Conference'' -- The si.r t1 t1Lad
Beach on Tu da,., I of Florida State Chamber pfCommerce Gainesville, Nor It-Educa Style
conservation committee By MRS. ANNA B. DAY of the youth of Florida IS
Thursdays and /aturdays. ,
he conducted a survey which .
the primary objective of the
one revealed of the that State sport major fishing Indus was Sterns The,Her Mrs. and Marlon Mrs.B.Wallace n k )' of Florida according.; 's Wearing App el : .

GRADE APASTEURIZED trie* with returns in excess of Mrs. Paul DeVlllbU left the annual fiscal report of. \ .
$400,ooo annually He serves as for Byrd Lodge and Avon Manager George
voluntary publicity director of to attend the conference of ,
Martin County chamber of Com State Federation of OUR / '
At' a time when education Is
i\1 merce. tlonal Women They New Location' Arthur Dehof Bid,.
VITAMlVo late yesterday and reported over problems rang
MK.K Outdoor Charter Writers president State of group Florida of ,very Interesting! meeting, from atomic,research to thq; 275 Osceola. Av J| /Stuart, Fl. *
COFFEE MWHIPPING columnists, writer and public Mrs May Wallace, and of information about .
tats devoted to "telling the Bill, spent the past week end and Industrial .
tfflEAM } research exi --- --- ;
world" about Florida i Miami C. W.with O. Russell friends Day, ,the 1048 report on the
Lyons Is one of the
SOUR Fu of Stuart Sailfish outdoor"1 returned to the States from ot university funds ?.r
months In Army service ,, that nearly twice as
COTTAGC CHEF button an emblem a
league of honor among game I Seoul, Korea arrived money Is being spent on BETT R F CDS
BUTTEr AND EGGS fishermen who release sailfish i from Virginia accompanied Instruction Claft for
alive to furnish sport for others: his 11-year-old son,
other single Item. "
After a week or more here, )
-Instead of needlessly killing: ,"
FROM OU\TRUCKS Ihls great game fish of Florida's: a'111 be stationed at the Th rrnnrt itself Is unique in '
OR YflURFAVORITE Oulf Stream Depot In Washington, D C. presenting a or ( '
OBOCERP Planning to attend, the State Mrs. Anna B. Day, was word and picture sum-
to Oreen Cove Splrngs on 'of the story behind $7,818,-
convention: Sunday through )
MO ES' DAIRY TUesday are Arthur Sims, vice- ness Oct. 24 for .10 days. In capital outlay funds BUDGE YERS M, ,
I Nov I This
chairman.of Martin County returned during the fiscal year ?"
Commission! and H. B. Kraft, caused this column: to be left June 30th. A graph in-
0. Boa 2 Stuart, Fla, for two weeks. that other than for real ,
manager of Martin County SPECIALS FOR FRI AT., NOV. 12-13 N
I Chamber of Commerce. I Miss Marie Phelan of Instruction. 28,57 per cent .\<]. ,
., arrived Sunday to visit given toward research, ex Satisfaction t
w ------ Lucy Van Frank who Is now I got I U.27 per cent, genral I ; ,
cupylng the Mellander home administration 817 per COFFEE A 43C .
Michigan Ave. Miss Phelan maintenance 839 per cent pound __
pects to remain here for nd libraries 2.64 per cent Spelal Georgia Red"TOMAJOESf }
time perhaps for the expenses claimed the bal- *
Mrs George L. Rowley of 142 per cent .25C, i''
ed home from Martin I Also told in the booklet Is the ;
Hospital Monday and Is and picture story of a huge rb y'i Peach '
ing dally She appreciates expansion program
many kindnesses shown her ---- -- \ PRESERVESLUX. 23Crge ,, '
her friends. Her daughter, .oa. ja ..

Conn.Ralph. Nelson has arrived from to be : : I I II I FLAKE g. 34e 39CDressed '

her. Mrs Rowley's Illness is Texas No. 1 _. Small Pk Sc, both 1: ,
broken hip.
to a I"
I Ui\and Mrs V V- I II and Drawsf rroien '. '
Jr. d% ve to Tampa Oct. 24 I 65C
i I sssl I brought!! back with them I poun r f "
1's'l4a and Mrs. V V. Wortham I
: : : '
home lain Tampa. They '
ed a week here visiting : : SPAREtyR RIGS 55 C ,,
and relatives In Palm poAll ...... ...
,t1 I Oct Stuart 31, and they Jensen'were driven Beach. : : : '::; I Brands "

by Mr. and Mrs. E. M. I 33CArmour's
and enroute to Tampa they 1 OLEO and .. ,
llted Bok Tower and on I at tost. 10 cents each. } 1

at day Tampa dinner they honoring enjoyed Mrs a, : I Orde\ planed to Stuart Dexter Sliced V8C :

I I I bee.A covered-dish supper \ 1 News "Vjbne 300 will be BAGAnthony's hound ,

held Oct. 30.at the E. M. : I
bee home on Palmetto Way filled F\Jav or Saturday Economy Mar t
'bring V. V Wortham on
birthday. Presents and a 30 /O. AKRON AVE. STUART, F

birthday cake were Mr received and MEAT'U 1 G. ILTONHobe /YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE
Guests were
Meet Me At Kindredai Wortham Mr. and Mrs V. I / GROCERY AND MARKET t ;
Wortham, Jr, Mr and Mrs and '
Fresh CreenCABBAGE N01. ONLY PLES. ftigbee I and children, Mr: I rI.
Mr. and
< Mrs E. M. Hlgbee
u. 3 ; WE WOOL GAY, Addle R F: Wortham Lea Moore.and son and w

BUT ALL RUIT Mr, and Mrs A. V. T I
Fork of Deray Beach visited the .
c KEEPS' E bee and Wortham families
APPLES 35 day. They were supper .'
lb. 'j
u. S. No. ,1 + DO C.POTATOES / I of Mr Mr'alrl i1'wot : I ,
at the home of :
r ed
Ibo 39c wA ," i and Mrs E R Grover who I To Ot ne :', ,
; '
I Y. cently bought the property I : !:: \
the St. Lucie River known :.,;
Leave Order Here the Davis place on the '(
Road. PeOCer .
For Turkey Curtis Voltz of 1
s '
Pa., arrived Sunday at the .. '" ',
Georgia Red 1 Day of his parents Mr. and '
C Voltz lIe is anMerry t
H. ; iG'cIJ\
25 Good \
TOMATOES25 S from an Illness and v t
2 cans remain for some time. "
Mr*. Lucy Van Frank has 'I ;
All Sweet P of Valley cently rented the ; ,. :
C 25C home. On Friday a pound r' Chrlstr(1as( 'I",'
OL LEO 2 cans prise party was given for ;J
pound .
Woman Club members ; j,
Mrs Wallace' H.
were ,
Mrs Mary Porter, Mrs. .
Pi t Jar 29/ Mrs Petty,Mirion Mrs M.Ballou R. FIsk. I 't.
1 1v
Alice A. Cadwell Mrs Il fR !
California rab Sliced Morte Dean. ; ,
Chase and Saaborn n rj C Mallory, Mrs
23 Lilly Burdlck, Mn Emma /; ; .
4911 PEACHES ,
COfFEE No.21/. ears Carroll/ Mrs Sam Lane O .,
pound Henry Crews, Mrs. S. 1 t
White House Mrs. Paul DeVilbiM, Mrs

Royal PUDDINGS Gelatine[* Desserts 1 APPLE J JflCE E 'r 10 Ocy Monday Baker Clifford and and Petty Mrs Tuesday E was B In to uM N 1ST S RD I.. J.

3 for. his family and to rote.
The Ladies' Aid of Palm l \ ,' I""
SLICED, No. can. .29c Congregational Church will W1 \ \ :

CUBAN PINEAPPL CRUSHED, No 2 can ..... .23c a arcade bake tomorrow.sale at the. Post ,I t ,0,;' 1" ,,a a'il aI

The Palm City Woman 50 for $1 20 1 25 or $1 ,
Small. 13c IVORY SO will meet at the church at : I .

I1 U7 Lar,.. --_.-. 29c Med. 10o Lge. 6c T C p the.m.meeting next Thursday.week Please early :I Ill 1'1 L I'E14)v L IRISTMAS CAR S ti' .::!

month due to the regular IN r sSORT SIGNS. \d;, :
and SPA 'i ,
SPICK W falling on thanksgiving. ,i :
0 WOOL 29CP :3 dl
Frank Johnson of New ,
Large. .. 2 pelf+er City spent the week end at ;r(.J lJ.; 'I:i !tI

home of his sister and I, '.
LAVA SOAP In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred I
CRISCO $105 .27c Mrs, Jack Rowe and baby I
:3 pounds: ,.. for Jimmie, left Sunday for a

Te.derised Center Cut at North the Carolina.home.of her i Iso A GoVllSeijfction i of CardsVi SockJbr ;'

HAMS you to l2 Lb. A 57c PORK CHOPS -.X 59C spent with The Mr.the Douglas and week Mrs Leighton end H.In ( Business anM Personal Seasonal\ eeJfigs. '

Mrs Snyder was a former
"">W'3 STAR mate of, Mrs. Leighton' I ORDER N NOW!

65MO'm Brooklyn. ___
Ib.Lykes ,
lb. Avg.
LEG 'O MB 6 to 7 i

1'. Roll C Qr\\CE

SAUSAGE p. i 49C WIENERS pound 45r TuART .NEvVS11TiI .



I 2ns and Akro ><>. Brooks 'j Mt




i I rAcc; fOt'Klilt

t, I Twin Fare'Grunts' This Weekend

I,,' "I.'. .f ; Stuart FootballCHATTEL Fans Offered

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., alone l \ : ed aU
:f ( ," --;-- fLORIDA uMI..aOlW REVIVED VETS 2Q1JI.point Tallahassee: Seventy-tto ,,
the p
booted ..
I ,. MORTCAGC COSDCN ON GUAM! TEAM Secure TIGERS READY 'L T *<'tIS Saul are Ineligible to
.semi I ,
A *,i4 t ** *. H \1.1> Cit' W..t ,.1. s..a 1 1 M 1 t.... qutcbij
?AGECUD ;.r: ;:: ... r I J5. 5 II hunUn\ license In
: rRTBrAN BV"iA. MORTCACEFhil North Guam Air force Sas*. KI. ._ .J mdn. ; the Butt it;
t W I I 'Uwk.
/ 'I ask l>tn>no* tunmwu. (. Nov. It: Bgt Rex R Coiden, KM WormsIn TITUSVILLE ".111. Lau..oIo aoa .1 i i ..Inat. TO FACE WPB'SATURDAY (41ka.tf.11'twalat.; : ..: .....,:s.1e' ',MA.. .. year because they were tQ,tIt,
FOR .111
Ii .: I |)I.M:Uni IM.. -_ Fishing .... .1 .. e..R. ed of game law violatknC,
i Burton Cosden .'_ a F'
AT v'" .'',)'','\, ,/ ,I. of Mr. and Mr Vw PN.ek. A 1 1 ..Pl. d.s a ............-. .... t.to II t the closed season, Ben c Jin,
of Stuart, Fla. ii a. member ot '1oR" .111 director of
I' 8:30 gan the .
,' football team Blountstown TOMORROW AT f 8 LAST WEEK RESULT, : 0An, ==r .:: .. :,,f1 'i Fresh Water Fish. OaJnt ?
Ad" f the North Held STUART 10 ran PI"** 5. user. : t i Canigpy
WAT1HFOR |.*k< Wwtk \. Ok..A.a. a 'r. .. ,
'r the '
'i 1'1" > tailed "
span ,; more commonly IWwl t.lm Kewik, a4.kuo 5. 1A. t5M.A 14 : : i said.Hunting
PaImJ\!* ", Bomber This team, composedof Blountato.N v. 11-1AP-fishing( 5r.n" 1A, :''rlII!AML51st v.n, 11-- 1. Fort Pierce-Walloped 20
WNbL' \ E Bomb How do you gel your Bengal Favored for IRe Yuri Pkn.LATUaoAv'L arse .",: A. 550 rmultln' -
the men of the lath i.dml.l..5 to Form, in ". /
worms? Get up early In the CeNts Retvni Lr ** "> f II < kMt *OMlt ,
tacullY j.q ) Wing and the SUth Weather I morning and dig them Not 1 If Gajne Los. (o Fort awe. rl... .Snick a HTUAtT Loop Tilt :tt. r..a..tueM/ i ol.'ttLbW a 1
ibljr. J t4t,h"t; Reconnaissance Squadron It in I Jell live in North Florida. They; Pierce 264Held 1 1Is 5.k. 5.t1.p se. ..t..,1 V. e..M ;rt\1\ :..505." 0.i. :! :! .v a I Ia \
... ; ST/AG out of the ground STARTER
: i f' streak and shows "grunt" them PROBABLE
." \f\ I h a promise winning of going through the here. And ifi a big business- wing for two successive INDIAN Silts W CONrEltENCB L frt.Co of w.l... P.l.. p.LC I ...-55.51.... t MENALCOHOLISM
:, undefeated The Bomber big enough to provide a living week Martin County BlgiSchool's .o. S ItM If I 1; ""' Lr 0,405.5a.
,.; I. :tI)1 lI season and for hundreds of amulet gridiron Tiger were ITUAEIT'.e 5555... .. Oi..I.k. Lit ,II_ T..kw
seven games '
) have won ''< .I.too SIH.lbmrw II" .
I .l I 'H\ How do you go grunting In I I .JOkM .. as 1. : r.q=:; I
er tied one with five to play Sergeant territory around pegged this week as heavy favorites okM ". .5 S sun II rrf.ok :EI :i 'vnyT>M*.'wriiOMWMuor' Ho.tft.itMiM

*\ Cosden. plays_center the worm-rich this td cop their third Indian S .... IT 1't"hkh.A .1.545.,. 1111: r. wt.Y..q. .. WHITE CROSS HOSPitAL'
f'I : Blountstown] they do it like : 4RC pl.r.1) Ww UN 1 Writ rr .MwiMlbiilAvme
;(. I' w ThJ Hardwood pegs are driven into River; Conference victory thla LAST WEEK'S RESULT LN xw 5eH. I .... I..... j t>. .........fie
:,uI the ground One member ,of a season when Tttusvllle'i bedraggled Tort PteM St.Iak.....4Wlnur ... IIN w.A.Mtkt.k 011.5M. 4510
; THE LATEST! flirt I'I H n fh .... t.
I SEE grunting 'crew rube an old auto Terriers come to town <.- .."'. ST. Rill.... SCtto "' ; .
3'l nr spring leaf over the tops of the II. W.daM., ,,.. II.TUiutUI E.....W, H.naa I, L..cek..w .....
I Amazing New Salt ater for a game at I tomorrow night M I It IL IL &, ", Jr.M A.M.
: akapeare'S pegs. It make a noise exactly TOMORROW CAME kr.
,, THusvllle has felt the wrath '
I like the grunt of a.bullfrog and TltinIU M STUART.v.ro WHITICAR'SIS
," : < GLASS ROD causes ground vibrations, over :of Clewlston.. ,Okeechobee: and Md..k.a JMMk... t at 0SATURDAY'S Y.Iboo"'.. Uplifted by the strength of rt'r
wide. area. This disturbs the Melbourne In*IRC play a* they .. GAME their return to a winning form
Just R ed C.... ._ M ... ....'. WPIK
: I. and drives them to thesurface. opened their season by losing six )'-IHC (uwitSTUART reminiscent of the past two seasons ?

III f STUA CKLE SHOP straight game before over SCORERS the revitalized Stuart Vet. I .BASIN
The reat of the grunters gather this 5* | .|
t in the harvest They get from whelming weak Lyman last Friday inane football outfit readied

,ARL H Mgr. IS to 25 cents a 100 worms Fishermen ,night. Stuart on the, other .MARTIN COUNTY HIGH week for an Invasion by West JNll M JNE RAILWAYBOATBUILDWG

i. I, I I New De Bldg, Stuart, FIJt buy them 75 cent from to the$1 a crew 100 band found Fort Pierce much John GaM SCHOOL ._. ._zt: Palm Beach' power-!aden Jets I *PAIRS STORACl

operator Local for residents who ,.don'ttrunt'themaelves stronger than expected Friday Herbert Tucker .__ _..11 on the high school field at I:30fm G, (Curt) ITICAR, Prop. '

\ \ still cash and the 26-6 drubbing the Tgentook Vernon Flower .11 Saturday FlI( Phone 11H
can' IHAtisart
(to ...11 The game will be the first oflye P. 0. Sox ,
: I II in on the Industry profits by only nee Insure a rebound DonaU Bewdn' successive home appearance 1
I the "worm rights" on In full force against the CUff Ln.ne. .It
leasing<< Herbert Kraft . .It ( for the Vet a* the home IIUllltliutuuu mmnmplllllllouCNllllllllllllklali
I I ,their land One propertyownerwho visiting\ Terriers. Aerial defense their first- look at uIHluul
... .. folk get
\ his Lamar H.war1.
*3,MO for acreage '
: paid only and tacklina formed the ewre'ofmach . Stuart's semipro team in five
,; \ has taken in flSOO In worm Bill Connelly .. g / FREE
< In Just one year, the John Golden drill work, Paul Mlsprt g weeks. The Jets, on the bull !Ii i B

State"royalties"Game and Fresh Water for the TIgers this week and the Haywood Wall ..... 1UI of their top-rung position conference In the i DKng fc siass .A* I II
team should report In top shape Florida
t 5.lI' Fish Commission'North Floridians reported have for tomorrow tilt. j rated today as slight favorites : sHIs and Co.i
Some his for the clash which will match I Service ,
a step further and are saving ,jack Strickland and green,i STUART VETERANSFred I Equipment
I 1 ly gone themselves the trouble of and gold-clad mates' from St Rein IS two strong defense The Vet i V..d! Whoa You Want 1i h"
i noted In their three Wk.
far more! have been I Moisture
Lucie proved
by raising them ReU It rV imm.
: bunting worms Walter defense SWE users AND
outstanding j /TaTuas.
Stuart Friday season for .lIGATION
back yards,, than a match for <
their Lloyd Thompson !
I ; in hare maintained AHIIfACTVaIF.
/ In bottling the home while the Jets 'W
are I completely
y worms 1
The domesticated Warren Shipe II:
I, mixture of cotton seed club until well In the evening : their No. I ranking more through Sprinkle sfltakU Irrigation Systems
kept a Strickland booming punt *,I a steady defense tha. through, i %
s'I'I husks sugarcane 31 Sass MiUCf! :: Aft
round corn
hulls,waste and peat moss They classy passing and alertness to, -- offensive potency. H css-w PORT rtrt o..a.a.: nJpLf] e tW *....*UIM. |

!' t f' eat alfalfa hay wheat bran and. every opportunity had the Tigers ', A feature of Saturday contest !_i n.uU..................... .../ iniiniiiiiiiiliuilllUllllHMlUlliuillliil
r1: J! lassoed from the start, His TIGER MIDGETS will be the''attendance of IIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIinnii"sT I

\ '"packecTln cardboard .containers i quick-kick for .7 yards to the the Martin Couny High School
.1 : and peatmoss tuart 20 In the first minute ofplay Band which will entertain at BEER .. WIME |

: ; It .vPr lined the worms with paper will keep aliveor I set the stage for blocking WALLOPED 32-0 halftime with drill with unprecedented BEER and \L |$4.50 Per Case
'I"'ft clicked
1 more than .a month. One! a Tiger punt and Eagle recoveryon The Veteran fall FIeSy
I 35. Oa the fourth efficiency this
taken In near- the
/, W4' / worm$4000 grower has the first of the: play Strickland passed 24 yards in Fort. Pierce to claim a SO-0 Ga FrjrsiWffrsyiTi r rf

,;' : jy thro tee sales to anglers. to Bob; Surrey for a touchdownbut Melbourhe ,High'* more experienced ; decision Saturday night Tackling s
year than in any 'aad
: I- his conversion effort was ana numerically 1 looked r5riinOil
/) Jwr.la.k5 ro REU YE MISEIY 01col tide Strickland. subsequent kick stronger midget outclassed football a similar team of and their the three passing previous of Warren ,\?"- 'H SpsctlChoic
t DeLuxe completely J
Ir., ; off bounded Into the Stuart end Ehipe and running-of Walter
r team from Martin County
I' while the Tigers utterly Rein behind. a stronger Une
,1"'I I HI"G SS ENAM ; S lone disregarded and the bounding pig School Melbourne for Tuesday a 32-0 afternoon decision in stymied the Red Raider who ,, OUTjJbST LUi\CH BAR
E -
down. aIM to penetrate
Strickland never
skin were
\,1! gives oTnew look1 o +w 4 Y Held and fell on It for anotherTD The midget Bulldogs while scored Stuart In Stuart 30-yard line. Outstanding COFFEE* WJ= "WILLIAMS.'" I'' a SANDWICH
: every: Included Leroy "
1 t 0R TA ETS.IAME F SEW and then kicked the Its first linemen
woodwork, kitclftn LIQUID < team playing game and
Wilbur Ferguson
'I 't your point Glass
touchdown territory
and bath, rl* the wh'st t. That scoring burst sated the came only close once to When It reachedthe Lloyd "Tommy" Thompson

h 1 1I Eagle until the third quarter I S In the A blocked Raider punt recovered
late second
11 white enom you've Jver i S LIAR although they.taahed again on Melbourne only) to lose out on Raider1 29 opeped the EA.ORSE
quarter |
buck the second THE
i i'I seen CITY dOMMIKION Fred Kendall'Jard Just when the half ended. The Mc- second period and on
I before the Intermission only to dominated Mel play Bhipe tossed to Rein In a .

j i id And it stays 4hlt.. : Regullr M /tinge have It nullified by an offsides Multy bourne'brother, play with David scoring play that covered U yards lora
Kraft intercepted extra point
d .i ,f 8 P.2n penalty. Herbert the third twits in the first\ quarter touchdown The cored '
: aerial Initiated Vow. The Vets .
boot wa*
}I. ,II Deluxe Gb and Howard passing 35 yardsfor ICO.
;:, an 4th Eagle scoring drive of 13 yard a score In the third quarter again the next time they laid I .

\ Enamel never ye s1'i WEDNVDAYS made In six play from the Eagle and plunging from the Stuart 4 hand on the ball. Starting
thorugh out on
danced punted :
'I enan&UWo. 47 Burney for the last TO In the last period when Fort Pierce
: StuartWty for the last 8 yeards but 4J Shoes passed to Web SfU alty
I tackle Stuart Head Coach John Golden It* own Fig ,men ,
I I t, Get GLEEM. /Wor 's his extra point attempt was said yesterday more game ter Rein for II yard and Jack
I blocked. Strickland. 1 Injured j Haxtman for 20 and after three Service To You tit
mid- .
1. at being sought for
( Finest Quality Welcome are
Public Al y* slightly midway In ]the third fruitless plays fired again to
coached by
'I GLEEM deal s-fr\ig\ v., stanza, came back to spark his John gets who N. Mann are being and Harrtj B.i i Fred Rein In the end\ tone 10 ..
to their last tally on an 83- the store! This time
club for
Lowery Jr. i yards and Reel epaum
if.1 away -4 4. yard advance accomplished in the extra point war realized We Spec lin in Rod

nine plays. Charles King crash. 3 MORE SCOUT when Shipe passed to Fwd Rein
:; i5.t Hoot line for
i ed over from the on a fake placement play. '
the score and Strickland. kicked TROOPS Two Stuar drive were stymied We Sef Only NATIONALLY ADVE
\the 28th point. before a final one succeeded -
: This last drive apparently A report that two more Cub on a fluke. Two plays and apenalty BRANDS OF TACKLE.g u
1 H: stirred up the Tigers enough to Scout troops are being formed In had the Vets on theirown 1
I make one of their own for 59 Salerno and Jensen Beach and 37 when Walter Rein aired
r yards In six play with Kraft that a Boy Scout troop. will be a hot brother Fred. A del"perate IRY 'SWINGLEHURS1
Vernon "Buck",Howir. organised In Indlantown next deflect
to Raider defender
:; Th fact tha Fire .' for 24 yards and the touch,, month marked the ,November ed the pass but dldnt block It Owner

/hL Lu a Cons niyI down. Kr ff. dropkick try for meeting of the county district as the ball bobbed over his fingertip AlA
I re-emphalzed Ibvf point after wa low. committee at the Florida Power Into the waiting arm of tfelf W.,.-..5.e. !.*..* w4 *lu,"'rt a Hlk- <
b :; ht relort. rtatlstlcsrv and Light Company office TuesMrs. -
a The the intended receiver who romp
h l .- ..&...... daY nl2hc.
J1If Ci.ider T a 1.1 A 1_" --
I I'I minute of ten-p'--' _A 1 h 1ueWa W. C. Cavenv 1* sparking
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lH cry J. 4 C.L. In.
; N.n..a the organisation effort in
-% cry day, a h a _.", N. W Lower. I.,sad A. 5.0k.Sm. ..' dlantown. it wa reported. Two West Palm Beach Directory

I "sit our County is PP e' more troop, one for girls and

i E I estroyed or p4'- I nwar' ........read. .. ,,551 Lit one for Boy scouts are becoming : Aggs/ sate Your Patf';sBADCOCK'S <'
\ lly destroyed yFIRE. 1 t_ .t....l4 15 a.lP. a necessity In Stuart the When la Wet Palm Back Thes. Finn :
N ... .. .. S
'I j : rXE t Have >|u r .dos.-alnN-.i.4.4..,.. ........_-....1a. committee declded in discussingsteps *
I Ins*-. P .. 1 necessary to start them. HAWTHORN
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\ ;, % 6LEEM HINT ance.-If it shoull ]< I vds..r n.eepu_,,M'A...........,._. .,...-. ? Discussion also wa held house on amuchneeded SU MOOS TO / ROOFING CaFurniture
.., .5e Scout club
I FOR EVER PURPOSE be your minute, t .. l.a trd. e.an.1... .,............ /a I here and unofficial Joint cooperation 1. 512 Clematis 3t. yiLotnuezcrnoAM [-

night ...... axuTahm'
\ { *.e' kaefl. .1.5 on a local scale betweenthe and
ttk : .
: 50 555Polli.
v.01 Norma
vs. obtained
t. Olrl and Boy scouts wa
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:: .. i r'... f : from this Joint meetingof I use Furnishings OTTOJIOUMATMl WATUPSOOPOe"!

,._.__. t I the two group1 leaders..
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, KfJTING CU DtIUU> i The Rev. T J. Oeary Mrs D. Menninger SpeaksAt ==O=0-.0GsO'-Otto-:: =Ot-' 'SOCIETY WILL MEET !of Christian Service of the Miami I day afternoon at 8 at the Methodist : .

'. Kill Mary BhackeUord,txscuyd Kennedy Myers and Mia Elizabeth. UDC Mrs !(X F.': Pearson president I dl:trios, Will be the guest speaker Church. M.wh..nd. friends ,
are Meeting
secretary of Martin County attending the national SOCIAL NEWS of. the Methodist Woman the lie I'
"" Catholic convention, In Society at meeting ot the society' Tues are urged to present !
led cross hu Announced hertk Jacksonville this week Edwin A. Mennmgen; ; :; Jr, spoke iio t tI
a..0 aoC OClOc::=: OtaooEao: ---- --- ----- --
"to" t lit> a meeting of the execum -e- on the postal Issues of the Confederate I
hoard members ''Df the Mar- T. 8. Nixon of Baltimore 1* States at the November I ,CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY
county Red Cross at the visiting friend
ua dspttr 1\OU",Tuesday at 6 p.m. week.LOOKS. in Stuart this meeting of the General J. E. 8'1 THURS.. Nov 11: Dutch Treat luncheon Stuart Hotel, II:15. followed I
Stuart Chapter of the TOG s.t by bridge, Civic Outer, 130: pm. dance. Hole! Sound Com FRIENDI
the home of Mrs. H. U. Hlpcon! mushy Outer 8:30: p,m. -YOUR

J JA Smith Tuesday wai night co-hmtesa.Mrs. James Mennin-H.i, fRI.. Nov. 12: bwanis, Woman's Chip 13:16: p.m.; football Martin

ter supplemented his remarks i Couuty High SiiKKit vs .Stuirt geld] 8 pm; ,F.TA \
REAL BUSINESS BUY with Illustration and copies of i executive ]board meeting. Room 27 Stuart School 3,30(? p,m.; "
DOING BUSINESS EVERY DA Confederate stamps and currency -: Methodist Clair! turkey dmner, church basement, 5:1.: p.m.
TEXACO FILLING STATION i SAT.. Nov. 13; Football Stuart \eteran vs West PaU Beach J Jets,
During the business meeting Stuart f field. 8:V) pvm4 CHARLES A. (CHRIS) CHRISTOPHERRepresents
Oa U. S. Highway 1 announcement was made of two ()\.. Nov )J: Junior ChamU of Commerce'! Civic Center. 8 p.m. ,
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE (t Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated division Chapter convention at the recent in Jacksonville Florida Scouts, Woman i club JO: p.m.; Las Aniigiis! Circle of the

W. B. TILTON Real r, Mra. John M. Law, Chap- .Baptist Church Mrs. J. W.' Megget's, ft,K(), pm: ; Mithodist t
ter seglatrar, won the award for, WMSC. cliunh.' :3 pan,
6 os ?78 ', Jensen Beach, FU. J Phone 158M a perfect set of membership ap- WED, Nov' 17: Rotary. Oo! ohulm'i .1211: p.m., Loyal. Order of
plication papers and Mr*. Paul Moose. Stuart Lodge 8 p.m.: County Commission, court house, '
M. Hoemhel chapter president, 3pm.THU t
led the State In the number lot !>.. Nov IS; Dutch Treat Luncheon, Sluurt H iteL 12:15, fnl'lowed BIG TALK! '
YURSELF new member secured for the .
FREE II year. by bridge, Chic; Center, 1:30( p.m.; Dunce hole Sound
FROM HAIR CARE p u The next meeting 1 II scheduled Community Center, 8:30: ; pmj, Unity Chapter OES covered
( Dee H and will\ mark the 1st dish, supper, 6:W. jnaHiug ut K, Woodman 11 Jl. "
FOR I anniversary of the chapter's organization --.y.- Ne Formal Scheme of Political' Principle, Commonly Used and Styled
Enjoy a alert, Softly curled and O A special program "
contoured Hair lo for th. tea' I Is being planned by Mrs Ernest Presbyterian Guild Plans a* a PLATFORM, but '
ion' freedom. &Let Marjorie Lyons Mrs. Harris Lowery and
Mr*. B. D. Well will entertain I
brisk r
Buff give a new iEQUALITY
I the group at the Lowery ,homeon All-Day Bazaar ThursdayS
lair cut and I &elm youthful o West 4th St. .t." i
(poking permaneA Then just
nia a comb throVifh' yeur hair 119 GIRLS ATTEND "* Presbyterian Choir You can have supper here ttxi,* I' r
and be off U ca%free rood I SCOUT MEETINGI Cuild l. dttirmliicd to provide and according' to Mrs John M. Law jr. i' ': aI ,

time*. I I Cut So ut" weekly mn>ting pay tar a new Hammond organ at who is-joint thu man for the siip- : juality of Taxpayer Rights +z6
held ut the Woman ClnhJTueidny the ,Church. is : "
wan new Presbyterian '.
with Mrs. Arthur W. Brown. '
A IS-minute !game period wxitisoritig an all-day bazaar at (per "
Victory Beauty Salon ( wan I Unwed bv nllcall and the ,Civic Center next Trmrsdiv\, IliiHirnry! inemlxT llorlx-rt Dugun
netting the Girl Scout promise" The women, who haw already will help the l"di"l.IX1'Iilimg( SMALL INDUSTRY I

Phone 205 Victory Arcade Done I mid lav*. :Mrs. \Valter F. Davey r.,lisod more than half the cost of i the prepar ithm of )hot dog withbenccrtod I shall use ever* safe and sane effort fo attract industries to this
N In the singing of ,Girl Scout the new organ are planning a galaaffair sauce. hoint-l>iikeHant < of
a 7000C 0O ocn0tocPWM :: area I pledge to %ork for an abundance and a diversification
winp and I the closing circle loiigs.( whit will i continue. Into themcvriug. und Mill claw with hineuuide ) small industries with NEW WELCOME (heretofore neglected in this
I For' he lnidRe!: work period the ( There will he an orange pie and hot online to be community) thus providing| ; jobs, either direct) or indirectly, for Rood
265rsTWEBEfrKV'VOLLRATH tramp| divided into two groups. tree griming hide the Civic Gen served caltt< I \11. 1),VI'v. the leader Inn the tar guaranteed lei have "the liestiritnges sulil'ost Oilier/ with Post ANCE AGAINST DEfljtESSION AND OR RECESSIONS. ;
; ilji ''' budge. wn assisted l lIy Mrs. < e\' :I Moil.: H.ifctr,.: The ttvond, group. 'ix>f. Ion can phi them right will hand out parcel post
with Mrs. J J. F. Bourne ami 1 htrr.Ke e.11 the tree guaranteed) first grademil patiagu for the price ot the pottage -
as KWD i G Plumber" .!<./>iturd iv, M the next minting to grower Mrs Ted H ifl. lovely gifts haw bwn sent from talation '
e THROUGH increase A venues from from these new enterprise
the girls will start shell work Mrs. M C Llttman will be In all over the cxmutry to Iw reduem- '
.ALWAYS Uf[ I There .wore 19 gird present In. charge; uf r the Christmas' cards and lid on this date. School *, the opportunity This I helrtily* afforded endorse.to irf prove our City of Stuart I ,
I hiding!! three visitors wlio plm to gift. wrappings booth, at which In addition (lie Choir Cuild i injHiuioiiiig Is System "
iSfOlSfQ :k, Dependable l tenor Cut) SuHiti TI".y..are liuthday: canls and hoset (if otherarmored ''1 { a baby \'OIltNltr"..
I )je.an Paltrier, Sully Ann Biikris' : cards will 1 be oflirwlMis. clildnn up to 4 yeah yo ing"
W ERVICE / ind Mukre Kandolpli! (:' II'le! fticardo and Mrs. fur tine \hem'fit of the organ fumlPhutogrtphi MODERN PLAY *OUND
W. W. Mepgitt( will supervise a will l her phy
Wt Akt EQUIPPED Tjf) HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB I MEN'S CLUB :t'y:: (gift bath at wlncli costume |jew in (fie window; uf tin I u7tJt.d Uies To increase our recreatftVnal facilitiel, we must have City Docks, '
ESTIMAT& ,SUB% TED I The Men Club of St. Mary ilrv. silk.: scarves, print haudkrrtlikfn Shop in tune Post Office, Arcade. City Parks, even perhaps attach! Baa'GIVE THE TOURISTS w
I Episcopal Church will hold its laic a-lcuc and noveltu-s( W inn P/umbini Service first supper of the season at the will\ be di'pLyt'd.II number ol votes received at a penny they will come again land aga rliIf
Vollrath I parish house on ltd 6t, at (:45 can "tuy i it with flowers" ut a vote. Mrs Harris Lowc>rv
Tuesday evening Morton O it floral tooth with will infer will present tins; lUivthin Bind for
LARRf VOLLRATHl I: Nace of Tampa, will speak He |pUlled plants cut flowers, !and tlit grand; finale at 2 pm Ihurs- A CITY PLVNMNG BOARD
hat been the
311 Akron Ave., Stuart, Fla. long outstanding. even conuge!( for your best.. girl tiny when the prizes. will hw awarded .
I leader of lay activities the Dl
ocese of South Florida and U ti: wear to the game with His to the" fhire having doe highest TillS IS A MUST. We are : ire A>less without it as a ship without ra 'i
member of the executive com Coorgc IlmmimiiS on hand trt help I,timlx.r of votes Miss Sunny lied. helmsman, ,
I mlttee of the National Council you nuke! your selectu. Orders (*('n.is chairman of this committee
of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew will J b4 Hcct'riixl for Christmas or mid will contribute the first pike
IF YOU :AR I Those wishing to attend Thai ksgu ing U \NG I should secure tickets not late A !bake shop will include homemade of the winner. Ladies of the Wom-
BULL I than tomorrow. cubes and pies little cakes rut' Sot.itly will serve tea after Appointment of analytical rried committees for study .of other 1'd'

(! PLANNED and h home-made breads. the land concertGREENLEES town, cities and municipalities Aicfessfully budgeted, disbursed and
REMODELING DINNER IS ,.. .. .. .. 1'
r opiratlm. the know what
( I A dinner honoring the, State ---- -- -- -- audited methodical modes of (Let People
OR Legion Auxiliary president I wish ENTERTAIN is being done with their more -trt its distribution, is equitable) t'
be given for Auxiliary members Tennis Club
I' Mrs.:
at Mr and Joseph 8 Green-
and visiting member 8eymours
REPAIRINGYOUR lees entertaIned'for three tablesof
Jensen Beach at
Inn In Holds Social bridge at BRIDGE TO T OCEAN
7 p tn. next Thursday Reservations a surprise birthday
party for Mr Oreenlees at their 1
be made with MI'I.
HOMI Blanche Lowrey or Mrs, Nellie home In Tropical Farms las THIS CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED.\However, we must have men
i Pezzoni On Tuesday/ night. Prizes were won by Mr in office who will work for ft, fight, talk and DO it. Until we have ; '
II I-- --- and Mrs. William Matheson and access to the beach our Ci'yfxf Stuart ce| never grow I'M FOR THE lei E' ?
I .
SEE CALL Mrs. C. R. Ashley Others playing -
or LOYAL ORDER'OF The Stuart Tennis Clnh rkkt its were Mr and Mrs C. F Ire BRIDGE. fi
first of a series of meeting and I land, Mr. and Mr*. J. U Mennln

{ East (J&ast& Lumber & Supply Co. ItuceT MEETS MOOS L 1541r ra.r.t sutlal function Tu nlry eveningat ger lion, Mr.and and Mr.Mr Ashley.*. Arthur M. De- HIGHWAY THROUGH STUART

pa a eDNEEDATeP the \lirtni County Coif( sod --.-

A. M. SHRICLEY, Mgr, MONTNse Home Gmnlry (.111". Mrs. Jamej II. : J J. F. DerUyof Bathgite, N D One of my major effectives i is to preint to the State Road Department 1 e
| Pone P. O.. Boa 305 Stuart, Fl. I AEIIAL NIGHWAY ReankaJ]Jr". social committee arrived this week to spend the proper plan fibr the re-routing it through traffic via our e
diuirnmn, Was hostess winter at the Oirltun Hotel, main street PUT STU/RT ON THE MAI\ Many Tourist do not '
knew there is a City on Stuart '
The club witnessed\ three ;
/ f
mind ml of films on TennlVuardn *l

Hunting Season \ which will lie .thown OCCUPATIONAL TAiATION k

during the Martin County High '

Scluxil! .aswcrnlJy tomorrow mornIng IMMEDIATE ALLEVIATION AND RELIEF of this 25% increased 's
I Is Just Around thsjlCorner at 10:31)). TIlt! public Is Invited r occupational taxation which i* like a surprise "Buon," handed little
WE HAVE A SUPPLY A beautiful) buffet supperwas w business without thought of equalisation I i '
OF jt prepared by Mrs. Ebner Bent In short, my C fod Kneads of the City of Ituart, I'M FOR YOU, ,,
f AMMUNITIONGUNS ty The dub Is now making plans I'M FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF STUART 11 I want to Help make
tJ schedule mutches with tarn ,/ our City one of the nest on the East Coast V* bare all the natural
e "ss ,, AND HUNTltfl) EQUIPMENT play With Dit-oftown team. resources and what we need is proper mainagVnent by fair minded
+ j Present were Mr and\ Mrj J J.if J. individual wbe a| interested wholly in the txterinent of our City,
Hcurdon Jr, Mr, and Mrs. T
Ouglitenon! Price French. J John 1I \
Cray Mr luid\ Mn. Charles Kin MAN NOk CAN I BE !
NOf ,
i BIClJ CLES dred, W. H. Mitchell. Mr. and
Mn J.I W. warren, Mr. curd Mrs. FLUENCED ADYERS
Jicl Coleman, Mr and Mrs. Web\ L'
Bo and Girls' Old way. Dr. and M..... Walter
'F Ouvey Mr. and Mrs David Irons. IF THE COO> PEOPLE OF THE CITY OF STlJART, WANT A '! t

126 Inch 24 Inch V<0> Ir* 16 Inch Jrj Oil ,Miurice T Day, Harry THRIVING, if AND COMING CITY IN WHICfiJTO LIVE THEN
Udiiely.. Mr. and Mrs. W C.:< Rlller GIVE ME A OIANCE TO HELP YOU AND '
$39,75 $39.75 ftflfrS $34.50 and Julia C; GoluVnMr .

|UI. Our LAY-AWAY PLAN To Cu.r.nte. Y /V"' or Girl Bicycle For and Mrs Howard Outer- ,.
bout of Schenectady N. Y. returned -
Christmai this week to spend the VENETIANBLINDS OTE FO1Charles
winter at Stuart Auto Camp.'
Albert,B. Smith and Johq Ameraof aso MasMifactwing Co

i ,..' ," \ I'v Boston are visiting Mr. and Mr.*. fists' roar PIMC.
Henry Cabre and Mrs. Kate Leonard t
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[IDEAL SPORT Before YOURV preaentati.e in the City Conw 5s ios who will always Dave time
See Yon U*Sell or for JM and who H stncercly interested. in Yeur ....... and 1st YOU. ,

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PACI fil1 FOR SALE: Nice frajU-stucc MAN WITH JEEP desire toeawork. THEFT 4ralvw nOIn M4IMr Lan., :,...Ybit.AinIoa I'"'" ':.-. .

[ [ HAS 115 CASESSixteen j CHARGES win rntolw with' tin" Iult riVi
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home in center of $ WII, Sales.r delivery II C rt < u4I 'i.

CUD L istlnf of living died. yean" selling experience Goo, linoSda .:: PN .0 o
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ATV room, ILU bell, two room, reference former employer I Malcolm Clyde McKenzie, 4S, M wtti: tot11
bathroom, front ind baciporches. Write The Stuart News Boi: caaeiet for trial OLYMPIA IT! '''AMY' ,
psi. whkk ,
A: ;>> Nicely: ; fur shed anelectrically I L-. Stuart. Fla._. N... U! this month by Judge Arthur RClont and Clarence Edward Rlnehart, kAvlll *y *TlB I will,'lWl.t I"e :: :(: ;::
!f equlpprl -- -- Jacksonville Hote ,
: Gang both of whom gave
:k : RATES: Se PER WORD ORDIN during the sounding ol 38 hat (0.'i'.dtrtI:. :. -
In of lot Well sort ( I'LLIGAN soft water) service were returned : :
Pabfl ; ART, MINIMUM SIX FOB 11 rear the docket to open the November addresses, 0nohuso0cw.M.50OuCnslIw.Nsosi .

With ilfacllit : : ',1 c WORDS; Se PER WORD CAP j Fl,300.I0. Edward Bile.nfapp, Real 1 (or Information, call slore.til 01.i4k term of county court at the yesterday by Jacltaonv\1l.< charge police\ H' m.: U; H<*. S...,, ,, II Odin'-..
P. O. Arcade Nov. at Stuart Feed face theft
i iHbly J TALS. MINIMUM $Sc FOR 1'1 tor. court house Tuesday. authoritieS to lwU.l that Olmo' u, .....
,I .t WORDSiiitiiimiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiwiiiinniiiii --- Nov. 4/11-ll-SJ There were US case on the Iin that city after being held InI Sn.snokd hi MMh Os-to.;. .
.', '1 '' FOR SALE: ('ashr i-rras. Nci Jail *ier. without bond w 'OOII.UGALADWlIII .
docket and those set for trial county
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....;, fI'f; : : 1 Ii l ;; Kirby. vacuum elesfier and alattachments. [ MOLRN: EFIIOLSTE Led. Include eight next Monday, seven for five day _
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i APARTMENTS FOR REN1 M t be seei fort Upholstery lop, 119 N Nov I were arrested at the ,
I Tuesday and one 23 Ofthe They NOTICE or INTENTK
1; ; ; I II I II to be appreciate! $is Camden JthlSt Fort Pier Free eu. other 69 cues, seven were Stuart bu nation by Chief Roy FICTITIOUS NAME iTq MCUloX'slAV

; I ( 'I Ave or..priors' ]. 32-R.. :.. u tlmlteji iork Phone 1 F Pierce 110 continued. 56 had bond es j Baker at 11:4S a. m. Friday t ,) All fuaranj ed. Drop from a Stuart bar Loon ,, '" IJOooIe
treated totaling $2,465, nine were lowing a Up uSFiwin :
FOR SALE! Chris |raft Crulsei, '
car % Oct. 28 IIA& that they had pawned a aiS ncbUr: ottO lk> CCwit ,, a .:tl:
: SO'. Double pl-Aked bottom passed one was discharged 14 1 tender liver [ is! ..< for Not 1. I ...... ,.,.
1 2!5 were nolle pressed, three were charm bracelet and sterling ( NOT** pn' rIM .
new Ctirvsltr n tor. Only TYPES fF ROAD I beer. Baker said : :;: >lk. 1h: (InIK.: : :
? 'F r hours. SUM. take II or II 'ONSTRICTION.DRAGLINE dismissed upon payment of poon for TOAST PIiRNITIlit' MrAWN1 :.
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3,: I foot boat In trje, WilkinwA! AND I BULLDOZES costs, one had sentence deferreduntil The bartended totS Baker they I Ii I -1 ...., .hi. ", sn 51 .

I North Fork Drifc. Now 11 % WOK Tuesday and eight had i were returning to the station i .ehecin 1... .4 ..= ... In h..t.0.., "..'1;:

: HEAtT DONE. sentence paased.PALM. where upon their arrest, Baker I i., rio'.: tllal ,.haro. ""- .
DISKfiG ..
f fOR I SALE: lUrley "ld'.n reported finding a large quantity : .
:. .: :::.. .J.s::
Motorcycle Mieap. Can be< How man may duke .huntis with (his ilw 'uw will be among of assorted Jewelry on their .501 III... n... no. oIls. ,_5i .
( EAIfNG.HAUUNOlCLAW CITY if, ,the lisuse of show| Immediately I .. 5 saId .1.1.. .... 's-50
r seen at 515* Camden Ave SAND the jn..nv' mna/Ing demon-stratum. < |" Magic person Baker ,
J. ROCK. ,, : I 0 MI ...
J.t A .A5 C COURT ___nue. jj Nev.l: SIUELECTRlt LL )Imwglit IUTO (through the, efFort of StiprriiiUtHlent( of Schools R. II, checked with Jacksonville pollee k"JLlO:. 55500.ILIGAL .

TAFAKtMENTSKTUARlLrLORIDA Aim ACETYLENE HollinJi! and! tMOpt'rution of J. M. Law, Jr., Stiuit nimiaccr lou who reported back thaWhe Jewelry : o.t.-
Jill SLIP COtERSl: Darprries, etc CIVIC CLUB found on the pal\wa* a : ; ADVtll ,itLirIN ;
} DING. Elotlds Power uI Light Cnll1l\1I11Y The public Is Invited, at no -
I II Ii'1 Ir j Made to offer. SatMactioi !: of a quantity of Vwelry ; CIPCUIT COt: IN ..
I i New/Decorste Fully Equipped guaranteed 1121 Church St. or W. B. Tlf N, JR. JENSEN chin gifo( the ihnw ut tlic high suuxil auditorium DOst Wedie'sd9> portion reported stolen In that city tort '. MA TIN COUNTY. ,011104
i bgnekeepin(%Apartments Phone X57-JI. N.-4-11-1I-Z! BEACI 'HONE 71W. tl ( for students will be1 ,Wcnesday atl.ljpnv I. 01. O.tk'u .5LONA .
r ... The Palm City Men'a Club at 8 p.in. A performance given Thursday. JIANRTTI 'l to .is aud ,
Veekly and ifeiMin Rates < -- of hurricane Baker scan nONALO "AVI
after the rigors confessed
I tET: OCR 1943 desk calenda: SPENCER ttPPORTS wo Rinehart: later Till TO Inc CAUSE
,. ; I Open All Y< Round News Of men. MenV belt*. Lucia Downey and election succeeded In hold iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTniiiiSOCIAL i laid, that they had pa..nedother THE: a TI 01' Pit t TtlIU'IO'A
now at T Stuart iiiiiiiiiirmiimiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, i , I .
W. T. FACrr, Mtr. I 0 II, tarelis.T '
ing their meeting Tuesday night drink while en-
I 1101 Are. Fort ;Item for .
lice Calfidar with stand or range Oo.Mnbpss si" IWt' i", .
Telephone 15tIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII arefitlfo youroldntaod. 1'' 1 Pierce. Phil is 1J1-M for appointment with a surprising number of NEWS'of STUARTiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ; route south in St. Auruetlne.Daytona on. :-t'', ':1 tM.: iii. ': flit.
I 't 1 U member present consideringthe Beach THusvllle and Con' : :.

ItIPIIIIUliUflflinhI FOR SALE 194S Glider House : many delay which have beset ...........n..n n,....,.....................,.............,...... Fort Pierce. 5 P. .1 II'n.Miq rub. n.,too PL.... a.
j '11I11" "'" 11I1111"' "11I""""" ::J .:
1 U t FOR SALEiiukiiiiiiiuirMiiiiiiiiHiir.iiiiiiiiiiiim Trailer, f>"', oil cooking and I DONT WAlfVntil! It's toe late us In the last two months Baker Mid McKenile' drivscra .... J. .pinn ti-n.M.4 1 ito.. toos..4 .,......;

heating and Ice box Double See u* toft* for automobiltInsnrancdBhlt and prevented the holding of CHURCH ASSOCIATION PALM CITY WOMENTO license carried a Tallahassee ...-. r "I lisS I. .... 0 .
: bed couch ,bed. Can bi our semi-monthly meeting OFFICERS MEET THURSDAY but McKenile gave hi .-. .. .to. nO.00.p.lik.s _..' 01 ..I
,:! ./ 10 SALE: Alma Trailer, sleeps anf yen need andei ELECTS I address ".sldno O .,.Iff. .,
I 4nottle new I fC. Norce seen awaek Ll IL'. place, Fain the new InJbrial responsibility The problem of getting a road New officers were elurted for address aa the Miller Hotel In _... ..' ........ .1'' ',tlf''" wi .
I' I gas City, .500 Or sill tell 100Hifhwly Lawf Tlftodon Debon from the bridge to the new State Mrs. Frai.UinD.. Jacksonville. Rlnehart'a address C50450. dt.s.ts-.n-oM" .
'J ret rVerator. Awnlni New (he coming year YoI.'II> the I'ret> Jomi' pens I. s-Mart. .010 ..." rloo""". as
frontage with Trailer Sen. lids Phone II highway going to Indlantown Club from his license\!! I* taus 510 ds I to, As0kh '
painl outside $1,500 each. J.A Defun ;, tackled and krian Women's. Association hY-j dent of the! Stuart Woman's : ...... ;..:. ::
Improved was again Jacksonville. p. s in
ju4 line North olStuari ,
Ameraon, Stuart Trailer over ciky tiTRUSSIJ Lined Nov, 3 lit (till home of .ill be guest speaker at tlw Pain West ..01... .. ..du. .' ._ ,
I: \ .4-tf for '%.0 *. Write RH f- B it la understood the County Baker said the Item he confiscated -- .. .....
t : 1iIrIL: NOT : S*wars 162 West 99 St. eliJtle itocklngt, Commissioners soon will hear of C A. Lens. Mrs. M, H. Trimmer! I City Woman's Club meeting nest Included a woman' WUN"" !.he 11_ \, .. I..

FOR SAlE-I Stlnson 150 Air. New fork City Oc& !I.U ''I knee /ids, an Bets, etc. Stuart this project and be- asked ,for wan! eluded preoidont, Mrs F. R.llorton Thursday ut ,2 pin. at the Pain dress, pair of woman' white _. I.... sues-in s.C.. '"fno.ol.ss''.ensin.ltoc .

I plane Lw I practical new Bra 'trp. U their support and cooperationIn 1st vkv-froliloiif! ; Mn. City Churcht Hoe subject will be gloves a double trlng of pearl tWO lOan. ,a 00so' soot Ion
$ .. _
I-OR SA E. 3 dozen cloth window this Improvement .10. 'I cia e.' Uoo' ." I
I obtaining "Our and Its Influ- chain pair of earring
I I metal tiVk with lie cabinet 1-- C A. C.irrk'l S ud vkv-presidtnt; Community a gold lady'

chair. an\ telephone stand to new, Used electric 1I I 4GEIIi S for G.fld Pumps All Our much-talked-about school Mrs Ehubtth K.ant, secrrUry' ; ellen on Children: "i Is I 1C the Ik'lt' *. a cameo pin. gold class toss.'A' ...: 1'011 ,,",'
Ironer i tot at <'h'eo.'
match \-ite Box 909 Palm rotary ill I I. ImnftdiaU delivery problem was brought before the Mrs Bl.imh Luwtry, treimiror; We Can Do!?" Members of lhe ring home-made silver ring, ", 0.. ... hw 5n5 n5 : .
L Bendix and Laun Stu t Bardv.fr* C*. Phone club and recommendation made and bracelet *et, a all- 'dx. .
Beach. CBWest Palm Beach necklace
I : See Arthur De- I 1811 1 I UliTiiiii and approved whereby Palm Mrs. C. A. Lees, overseas sewing Stuart are Invited! to attend! and Iter.UnglUverapoon. esndti
4184Oct 28. Nov 4-11 ver novelty bracelet a
A raUI
;t ( : &hal'like Building, Stuart City may expect an early answerto chairman. and Mu Aniuk, Cunn, I : r. I.Y..
\ tf: iiiiiiiiiiiMiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and unsatisfactory PROGRAM SELECTED'M A. 1n0o' "Cc:.
FI LAWN MOW} -Good ab.pe.1 I this important very literature I Vagrancy charge against each 0. .4 h IIC-'
N worth '28.i\, take SIR Ed WANKED existing condition. Mn. M. H Trimmer gave the Edith Muttliew- baS Select, were nolle pressed during the Fl 'a.

I I 1 Menninfer, t\ Martin Road. : Two..lots.. in Will Golden sel llllllll IIIIIIIIIIIMIlllllllUIIIIUIIIIIII With the cooperation of all dtivntioiuil and Mills Ann. Cunn : lot this coming Sunday aitirnotii( '. sounding of the docket of the aJ4:; II'A'' itS' t

I Ie "__. Nor. II I for Jeep or smalf".1 WAN TO BUY seMng machine. Boon resident see the of Palm much City needed we Civic may tilled. on bingo mission Mrs.Llizalxth program beard each Sunday ut November term of county court $:t'0s. ,. I-

: t PIPE FITTINGS: -Inch and %- I : West Fifth St.. Mr E. R. 'GrtsVr. Bex., Center in: thiS locale under con :; Kara told of her trip 2:45 p.m. over WHOA, 'f0l11'1t'rce, Tuesday. -.-..-,. II. I .n

ti&. inch at half pr%-. Ed Men- i NOV. It, Sli .rt. *1 !''Io.. U struction. 'We have need for U) the jyinxlml \\liitif Haven.Olhcn the tolknving! numlx-Tst( ""Througl! ------- LIDAIjVs.4OtMtNfiHYuc- : '
c6iiv( !
f : _finger, {17 Marti! Rd.__Nor. ItWINDOW --' -- 1- I PREPARE TCf AYItCCESS such a building and ult'the prenent were M.... Willis the 'Ymrs" by Vincent Yutimuni. PROGRAM TO ENDA 01' MAlt Co Utictics tY avitiJNs0oau

3\x -See oar: I TOM& ROWI! support of all toward achieving Pugcj, Mrs. J J. F. FroomalMn.. '[They Didn't Believe Me" by )Je- week-long training union 'LCNIlIIA
SASH- 30 new, all the latest. col 'I 7 each t I *71
4 need putty, llJvVacb. Ed weaves. Wi It ts I ell known th M every person this goal. Our adjoining district of Lilly \Vily. M.... William H. Smith! .mme Kern and Cod' Gave Mi enlargement will program conclude at tt the : ANT N5POOTICI !

o : l i Meiuiinier, 117 Makln Road I expert Installatioi As a certain dclre* of ambitiol such* have building proven and the how value It can Mr*, S. A. bLurs!. Mrs.. II. B lee Ion by Ralph 1.. Kaixr.. MIM i evening Baptist Church tomorrow undei

t Viov. 11 wiMiln" three weeks of date .f and desire tofcet ahead be had a with a little effort on the and Mrs, c. PkUtj. Matthews i* 'accompanied bj the direction ol Dr..'Oalner Bry All smdotos. ::SII
-- order. Griffln-Ecker Olympia Tlllman of Fort Pierce. ,, 0'
: 5
FOR SALE-1940 ForA; Coupe. I F r In I*. A young mSt seeking part of all. an. rJ ::"l"edisto : ,0 totcsas5.
t See Earl Tlllman, Stuall. Newi'Oft I. K 900 S. Dixie Ft. Fierce. emp 'ment would hikdly eonsldefworklng To return to our first and COMMITTEES: APPOINTED ---- I'"I': : 'C.to: usr01 ; :
I Nn..UII.ZS Tuesday schedule another FOR JENSEN BEACH f-TA I fLUB' MEETS AT RICOtS Mrt. Daphne Mrs. Bet- : I .. .. .
-- -- at any Pf q where third Jamison. 1_ ;. .,.. .,
; ) SALE or RENT! : TvV bedroom rOR|:>ALE"Bo and t.lIera- his Jichances for advikuiementwerl meeting will be held next Tuesday : 'J he jf-nien J Beech 1'-T A met Mr. and Mn. Ret) J. HKIMI woo Murphy and Mn. Herbert ...._ .1 FI,0dx0..,
furnished houw tlthin the Palm City Church. Km ut the whim! Mrs. hints Saturday\ evening at the dinner ..... If( s.ldi'. ..O05 -
bellied for speed or fishing, poor. 'That's w>%r more, at lay cvtiiiiift Young motored to Fort Pierce d.t.uS 'M 5,50 ..i$5stIiS'In. .

walking distance of wops, $79. Ask for F. t. FaxsonJtiien andf more ambitious g men All member of the Men Club T L. IIdYt1pl't'tlklod. Committees bridge, club at their hnme I liEldurndu Monday on business, and to visit" ... ati..... .10*. .00,4 iloi.050ur.roe .000ofltlng .

f churches and achooL El trio Beach, 'lu. !''Iov.U1IALE aref taking advantage 4he op- together with the member of n|>|' iinted were hlld cot and fi- I' Heights. High scorei. riends. moM : '
{( ::oro:
refrigerator lea stave a ml hot I f f water heater. Priced riCh for OR : Thoroughbred AKCTrfrler Any and Air Force. Th e are other Interested are Invited' ( -5-- f.1oI= ":, :::
T. L entertuiiiment mid Juhvjj4.. Law, Other
1101), Jr guests
Mrs. president
ff quick iale. Inquire of o'n ler : Puppies. Bruce an llod Jobs, In Interesting, eit. Plan will be made for a social > I Jews, Thu. .tlll doe ,i.5W 0511

1 i premise, 621 Oxceolu e.. II.tjrv's. Federal Hlfhway and lit work. Jobs In .rdn ee, which the Men's Club will endeavor Mrs, E. DiihuLiv, progrum, Mrs.lloliiK' wereft.. and hint Edwin A. Mca O of the Stuart Woman's Club: and I. .NTHII"............JAd.

: Stuart Oct. %1-1, Ne.. 11'U. Inflantowa Road. Nov. 11: f nal, medical, engineer, i ra 0, to make a monthly event / Munch: mrmlwrahlp Mrs stInger, ,Mrs. Law, Mr. and MnL Mri Ralph lIo1rtmllfwill attend, ....... .. .
: .
L ." -1 idar, photography, weath for the coming season. C 1 hIlY<<.mid founder diy Mrs.r.Jiaiki A. Ailx>gai(, Mr. and Mrs. K lie annual district meetuis of the '.N...S. .505"Ii .tOUGHTS ,
S. NO. HIGHWAY: tOHf SALE: Baby bed-regulai
these few of the Job Qujnu.r.Tl B. MtPbersun and U. S. lliidsiin of Woman's 5. "lt5TAils. >iOl<
Just Fkwida FeduratKin
1,000 ft. on U. S. No.1 hwy. 1 .''t'. Call M6-M. Nov.11 .' ,.......
1,00 ft. deep. South of Stiul Ivallable for qualified men. CANCER OFFICIALS 5lh Witt' (ii! grub imitlicrs Clulw in West ,Pulrt! Bowls tomnrItekutM 5,0. 4. ii. is. si ;
I west of IlnV Sound. Fine buJne '1 TiiaJrillMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMimiMIIMlllllOTICES l Steady employment for as longS WILL MEET HERE WI'ed rt'fsmiitneiiip, TWO ARE HOSTESSES ntis. .STiCIFtStI'Ai

SI.311 I yea want it and good pay Is Mrs Henry Crew; and MnSam : lOsS LII'ICCJllilt
dperlal price
Mte. p
foot. Ask for booklet. Broker llllllllllllMIHIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII: I I Ii Inly the beginning. Food cloth- County commander for and the MRS. COKER HOSTESS Lane; were' ro-bostessei" rues. LLGAL ADVEaTIICMLET spAt.is tJECTIOIi 515010 kUCI.A.I'IIt, .

i co-operate. lit arrived and getting readj;- III, shoes, shelter cost you noth- American Cancer Society hint .Hcnuinl t Gikrr entertnlncdlier day afterrhmn. for (lie,Klsle. Jai-k NOTICE TO PU5UCI. Ik. CHr tl" .
BLAIN 0 December Debut S kg. Retire at half pay In 20 State Cancer Society oftlclals of W.M.U. .. s. *stshy 554 O.M ttsasiusn. Sl..rt Ik.l tk. I \aY '.1....(14'.
I. Circlo\ they
S. ,
brnlge club .aftcrnoimM /" sun BupU-.t ,, d.s., Ossitans as Ms hD..lita LAKudnod.oos( or
next Wednesdayto Friday omut
lean will meet here ,
I RLES ON Page S. '1 at no cost to pool Oidiv .., CSC.Iali
I 0.
Bld boon '
Room Sit, Olympia Novjl the Ci..r Candle. 555 tk. anwO
I ( at home of Mrs. Crow In Palm .
SII and get the facts at the plan an intensive Statewide Jier, h'Mnu.' Cniitts "f tlie dub -". set ..0 .5 as 0I.I k. hold ., ...,. -

May TIlE PERSONAL TOUCIInd f. 8. Army and U. S. Air Force drive aimed to reducing the "wore Mu. K. J. Randolph. Mn.: City. Mrs. Joe My hud tinprogrmn ,,_ a., 0 ssdtoldsaL 5 I.atiapuy taos, 0. srso.. f I"l < _"-"'"
eisa.t yin. oem
;, I FOR SALE36'1111' beam Cabin I Portrait Greeting Card iecrultlng Station, Cornea mounting death toll from this Drew King, M.... John Monnlngvrtnd. using Thanksgiving. 005.5, it. loss. r 0! I.. i 1l... -

Boat Maine Built. Sleeps I; ,its Christmas or have then Building, West Palm Beach, disease Robert C. Abel. Brow- bins Joyce: Davis.! < Others hit theme MI'- Elsie) Jackson x.cotsovuruscucIN .lnoU.C Too ICu.dNani.505I

Toilet and Galley Chrysler ade from your own Snap- Florida, ard County commander will report Mrs C. Baclus gave the devutlimul flannel! board! ?
1 1II I Claying were J J. It COUNTY Juont's US? 09N '
Crowne motor. Z-I reduction. l&, Find out about our pre on local cancer control .hslib.alitei
11 M.,.. Walter. F IJuvry, Mrs. Bill study of f the secinid and thin. ATIC lOVElY, STAlL F FLOat Mx
low alRIHNKE : 054isbo
4 Flying bridge Built late 194S. remarkable prices ACCEPT tivities' during tne past year ae-1 I P5OCLAIMVI 0.0 ll
COUNTIES of Genesis,
Excellent for pleasure or char I PHOTO SHOP, 18 ,putlln plan for 1049. [krry, Mm. (.cJlfge W Pailj Mrs.Ullluiin chasten : use tatgI 55.* I4

ter. See "Art" at tyrjdon-, Oct.ltl FOREST FIRE CONTROL Chief purpose of the meeting king./( Mrs. Charles; ,A. Others prrsent. were; Mrs. lucille C. STHOIY Ce diCOTI' N ...c.aalrilT

II II'j 4 Palmer, Inc. Z05 North led lulIluiuuuiIuilIululilIliIllIIllFOR according to Abel. will be to review Porter sod Mrs Jlarris Lowery Baker, Mrs. !Lou NightingaleMn ,. Or i'icinb p moe. roe. I. P 0
huh Tallahassee NOT U'Voters: in C Si. bi5OIAaG OF ADMIts.IS A. CII Ass 0'
i St, Fort Pierce Fla. Nor 11-18 RENT past accomplishment to Jr.| bins l'ark.swonl4glu. soore Betty llcybtwr, Mn Betty Aloe 0.0SI *1. ISo S I

1111111 illilliilllllilllllillllllllilllllllOR 18 of 20 Florida counties voting give each county representativethe ........ Gray! M.... Ronald Cross sn4) hintclosnIcne Its AL wOOnS IT M coNcePts Mm, -t1O.or' CEO reRbYRIbP
sessi. I. Ohm I
bowbr .5 ItorFICTITIOIJ
SALE Attractive 75
FOR roncre 1071
forest fire control their opportunity to benefit from Iv
RlNTi Apartment, $ room, on gave BOY TO MCKNIGHTS Antliony. diet nut .uean 5
block stucco home with til ,In other 5 It Sin .0 a. C .sb.ap, an at. 5A
partitions, consisting .of living and rVth. All electric equip approval In the g 'neral.clectlonNOT successful program Mr. and Mrs VV. II. McKnightuiiitxince -""- _._d, i i I euld a Pislit. toe 90.00.. I. 0. '5 0'atoMesod

J room, dining room Utcli ment.! Year round or season 2. William r Jacobs, ex counties and to correlate local |Iho! arrival of an S-lb TO ATTEND CONFERENCE PlMm_ ss4 A.( .00 secip Stsmb. 10001, usA. 'CS 5 Pin'oinnosins.oe 0"a.
with the expanded A5ar onnM. Conui
en, three bedrooms, kathroo SU Ofden Ace Stuart 1111IPARTM1NT tcutlve secretary of the Florida activities control in"'z, boy' nichiinl, Bnwen, Saturday Kenneth Slimmed will leave. rut Codes al r55 .511, ylOiSs. no tot "'"
,1 Forest and Park Association report state and national pro- St. Petvnburg Sunday to attend! 0. *0(0 of 'nose, s. o. Inca 0. n.d iron
,1i and porch. One lot and fa for rent, S rooms at Martin County' Hospital I,,, sooss. .e (0' .on, sod I.e tin.! ,anW5t '
i age. Furnished and elect corated all electric the proposal failed In only gram ;tiNt Florida. State Retailors! Associwtiim asoi.s.,. sot. ,mban .e *0. atoMs isa.osati

eally equipped. In nice re large newly se<*ened-ln, porch./ Center Hamilton and Baker Counties b'-:::=::IOClO -OF -OO:;; 0C5 vD Confe",,,",, J Jlet will U e hintdial.J. c A. no 0., ..nISe.swbsntA.Lloss. 0.5 OIls 1 1h..lss

dentin! district. A food y and only by a small margin. i of B. E. Webb. ..' t 5000i.
of to| n. Suitable for twi guest 55,1 Od'ruS
Jacobs stated that 12 counties Civic Associationgran. 8 ANTHONY ii..Aa .
at 11000000. Edward M.fp, adults. l xli l 300._ Nov. 4.11 Salerno noonMiaI.un.dP 0.1. .5I.s 'i' lust
have fire control contracts nod N. '
Realtor, V. O Arcade B' d.ing. already DAUGHTER .00*
OR REN ft Two-story bom< with the Florida Board ofForestry P 05.00415.' '50
N/.11' By GLADYS II. PERRY ""- CI ; InksnoNd is ,d 55l0'
30r and Mrs Gerald
conslstlnt )f living room, din and Parks These are == Murphy *51. 01 O
HAVE-YOU";e-; our sel/pro-.1 ing room, kitchen, and largi Escambia, Bay, Calhoun, Mad! -At-the regular! meeting of the to come in regarding accommodation aiirtounee the arrival of girl!, JIll! N.,, lh 55. I iat5oMc.oM 5LIGAL AiDs ..iP5011.0

pelled twining mower' / aces screened lorche* front and IOn Alachua Duval St. Johns, association' Nov. S It was voted in Salerno from out Maxenc; at 0 yesterday morningat TISINLOTIN 0.1. $0'. 0. I .

that hard pushing C Jme In back on fikt floor. Two bed Volusla. Orange, J Plnellaa\ Hills- to set aside every Tuesday eve.i friends up North. If :you have Martin County Hospital. M..... -:'--'-- 50VIPTL '0V'ii"

for demonstration kfo have rooms, bsliroom on second borough and Dade. The additional !- ; any property to rent or for tale Is the of Mr. and COUtsTY '5 t'OJT lie aeeo __ _
Din, for young and old who are list it at once with your corresponding Murphy daughter rod MA (N IJNTY, tLOSWA, ; coot
mower to rent by tb hour or floor ruriished and electrlid. counties that have given ,
Mrs. Herbert cmitstl
Interested in dancing or learn. who will be Young. MACTI
t. .day. Clean up that Acant lot eally eqnimonth. $850 pel their approval are Santa Rosa, near so, W4TAT CCocoRilt
and snake your pie /look better Ocaloosa Walton, Holmes Jack- Ing to dance. We are fortunateIn happy to put Inquirers In touch M.... M. C, Liftman, Mn. P. L a sA.I ory us.nnoi ,

Ralph timer r otor Co. Two five-r >m houses, com. ion. Washington Gulf, Liberty, having Mr*. J. Ooldstone with with you. Steelmun, Mrs. H. II. Hipsnn,, M.... Norm's I rico,,; I'kTITiiiIe Fogr.ALaocaLLAl G..e.C sprIer 0 NiSrV8''
AagUtfWE pletely fun bed. $80*.M foi Franklin, Wakulla, Leon Colum. u* who will be Instructor. Mr. SERVICES SLATED ( Apr51
l'aul Hoenshel, Mrs. L E. Preston CHAd I IP'OTIEa
the season Edward Mmpp bla. Nassau Clay, Levy, Marlon, and Mrs. Oliver Smith will be celebration of Holy ... I'OMO iS'
all th Regular
CAN supply u with bIns Harvey Jiomlar and Mn.Evotzuj N. 0! u ties I ha. s.d
Realtor, P.Ing ). Arcade BuildNov. the permanent chaperone on rind 0 h .s!
Irrigation Lake and Lee.The Communion wW be held In St.Mary's nIP. a, -si roisoo Asi.On.p AS.
fd. II new counties! will place Tuesday night Eeveryone' 1 II Invited Church Bun' Crary attended'the Slate .,lOintnoi CT.A nt '0. attnM alr.p ; .=
timer: Episcopal
Pumps you n Ralph 5 i5Ithsp, I musS, IMC Ili. ON" '
Motor ComiJny. Aug.lZU OR SEASON |L RENT: Several approximately (000,000 more at no charge. day morning at '.n. IL R. Btef regent: meeting of tlie DAM. in eli, nor ratitine nss floor., L hbu 1.4:te"a,,' OsO ,

.- furnished h< ses on Sewall'i acres under protection In"Florida In respect to the Inception ol fen will be reader at the 11 am': rut Fierce Nov. 1 a.no, ,.o aoe,,,has., dooM I MU aedy n5 no.oih I.io .. sloe.dxouSha.N.a.n0.l.at. Cs-'

FOR SALE: tfroom house, com Point; fin* 1 shoe and bean.tiful and will bring the total receiving the Salerno Civic Association service The church school and N., shin Asbse a. .sno. t.'sati 50 C C 0.$

pletely furfished. liBM. Sec I ground L. F. Knowles fire control to approximately which ,occurred at a Parent adult Bible claw will assemble Charles" Thurstnn and his lUter, :; :;'; Suites .5 5t

or writ ifieldon Baker. Box Phone C7-R Broken protect- 13,000,000 acres In 'ho i' Teacher meeting a year ago the'association' at the church at 9:45. Young Mr*. Q>x, of Ocean: ClI)', N, I.. iso ou .S., se Sstitbuttn, .5 tee Stool : A.0.toTin.
NO"f.-1I Oct 14 tl'OR attended the f-TA 4.on an Cmlii. A 0.tociaIns, Tanss-mi
State. will meet with the Pre- arrived the II''rare '
.! people to I
: l yesterday spend: C.T.A r oie coMa ud Pr. i. Itemswee. -
meeting Ut a body at the school
down-towi at the latter .o.ad,
RENT Tws byterian '
croup winter tn
SALE-Outside at Majestic
PAINT F( t : Apia
Tuesday. '
furnished POST WILL MEET at 7:SO. er17' "
asll apartment Newly church Sunday evening CS
Whit FUt White. They his
Committee reported a'mo.t were aooompanied by
per f allof In 4-f allon lota. Cuter All electric!. c ulpmeat.May Phon 1311: Harold Johns Poet 62 American successful Halloween party Aim Leader will- be Miss Ola Ricardo,. Ills. Charles" )JI", who will return' AmOS.,1 cups ASslatooM, san, N 5., ,i' N,o.e.hI,

and itireh and deck enamels Stuart __ Legion, will hear final report the last card party wan reporteda CHURCH i Pi'Nsn to Ocean. City hi few day*. .1 msnst.*. l iseq CsSn.cv D.e.lt.-
from f Z.SIt.ZSlpergal. ORZZ0Tl wr aandlnf nua on Its convention welcoming effort marked IIAIY.5.5 l ADVIrnIOTICt
(uccesa.Mr All Balnt. Church In Wave .... I
lee Hole Sound Limber Co. chin* and ,ydger. Rdlalsb, at the post meeting at East: *. Chet Roman I Ie chairman land U being repainted and pre. Mr and Mn. A. C. Kilgour ofSwiuvule. -. I.eSnoMinos, 0rETry
\ CT.Sn.
Phone lilt. Apr.12 If year floors at 5th St. ,headquarter at T p.m. of the next card party at the at a 0AI o.
Sunday .
for reopening ris.oa.
._... pared
Pa. hav. returned
DardwmnC to
t nart ,
101 a.
Phone $ 10.00.0
--- tomorrow. Hour of meeting was Civic Center tonight.Chit when the Rev. R M. N It, 10, Ia. Duo, 5LEGAl.
FOB SALE: It acre S acres IB jn the Stuart Auto tIll
.. ) for
tt. I old. changed to allow members to attend Hessian Mr. Ooldstone Fenton will conduct the service Camp ADvIaTIsasoge ...
grove tfOx33f :yin TI'EWRITERSI'OR RENT-Bj school loootbeilgam icajon.
the high and Mrs. Mortenien have been and celebrate Holy Communion.,
Fear-reeli BOM.. Land frontsladiili
week or man i. Phene 100JThe : *. appointed to the nominating It I II hoped to bold regular service -c.-. t 'ma nu'oM P'
o. Rlvorj located between Stuart Neo Offleo.'OR ii committee for the coming election. at 11 every Sunday through bins \V,, C King left yesterday :
sllerno and Gomes. ,, .
IL t. Thompson, Sa. RENT! Tw< new all electric When leave fall In autumn. Last :night': meeting was the'w4nt r season. Music will be (or Vmotith's Visit with he par .sinst useir at I. II P5mM., rhrMa.ramS.hr Ce.a

Owner Oct tl tl apartments, ear round Mseason. the point where they break off a aoclal with Mr* Oold tone and under direction of Gordon Brew isis, fr. and Mrs..II. fl. JCammer.; W Crutkjrrr, .h.w.u

l.rnsF- Sea itU or phone their temi U determined by a Mrs Gladys Perry In charge. er. mann, tn Craeley, Iowa fnleMI,,s. Slorhta.In DM ClrniM toe *
1 FOE IA1X: Davenport, IlL Ass* ,I 149-f. .1 NoT.4-11 tiny row of cell encircling\ the Mr* Miller U faithful with her e- W l rn.. .5. .
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two glj bicycles, food condition stem. These cell dry up and weekly "guess cake which U a Witac MAXBIACK. AWLKATIOH ixmww and Mtk'Inc.I anc .Moo.,4 nero. tsM.s ,,;4 (Oat SOnS "' an
they'd of World War r fouloss. Mr. *n4, Mn FranUln. Rue Ml as Mmii.u. # "
tires, flS each. Toward break when other cell behind source of Interest and enjoyment boOs ''' i.ie.i.on.' C. Mr, ri> -a ; ;oe
new I, Ormunr wax making artificial them toughen and prevent sap RoMrt r. dOltIsh, WM.VtlM Bnrfi.M pf Imlaystowi), tt. J J.,,have returned c 'pttitaaucuC VOMIT.
? Phone Stuart M-M. L. A. Ar.j (fHUi e. ., W r- C '.0. .cno r Sec 4IM ls.fsaAsu$ ;
hi bofMt, m I. ttla It. "... II thef But of woo t from flowing. Correspondence I Ie.. beginning * .MIa t. Con, Mite" 1mb, .tile.


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lAL l NEWS and Happenings yj News Items for this paper oust reach Ohs newspaper : :

IO of the WEEK IN STUART ,MRS. JOSEPH office before A noon.McCOY en Wednesday Society Editor .II I I

Clyde Plrtls of Defunlaki ....... Home Telephone 214 Office Phone 300 : .
1 i. It saves the fat in! these I
i Va> the week-end quest I HomeDemonstration meats SPEAKER-
yn, Ralph Chandler and from reaching the emoting point j Gainesville Professor Talks PRESS Mr. and Mrs C B: PlckreU Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Windfohi. 1!
where It becomes less have returned to Golden
digestible K date and great-grandson, David; of ,
and changes In flavor. On 'Landscaping' Club from their summer home In Elk- Port NorrIS, N. 3, recently arrived -

NotesBy Bacon; may be pan-fried or I for hart, Ind at the Majestic: ;ApU, for

t broiled as. desired. but the heat eMra.'Earl their third winter there.

l MISS LUCILE: INSCOE always:should be kept"tow. Turn) 1>r. JT. V. Watkins, aaalstt;; -Mrs, Earl Llndser! a guest from Llndser of Van Wert, ; e _

slices\ when partly\ cooked for professor of horticulture at the Van Wert, Ohio Ohio is the guest of Mrs D, A.
won second a'l Mr and Mrs. T. F
and Myers Bewail/ Brelthaupt
steady la the Port ,
rule to even University of llorlda. was guest F
cooking on Both aides. prize
Tp a bouquet of gladioli, .
remember when/ Cooking bacon speaker At the Stuart garden a -e of Waterbury, Conn? arrived
and sausage for best flavor prevent greasiness In tried bacon Club meeting- the Woman gift of Mrs. Blanche Slocum Mr and Mrs Louis F Dom- Monday to spend their second

der texture and least ten- pour oft the tat from the Club Monday, Dr. Watkirts illustrated lit the exhibits Mrs,, Thayer merlch who. recently purchased winter season at t'ie; Atlantic
home economists waste, pan as the bacon cooks and his subject, "Land- flower arrangement received the Hausmann home on Bewails Court.

Department of Agriculture of the V 8. when done lift to absorbent paper scaping". with Him slides. He first place In the patriot arrangements < l I Point arrived .I last. _week____ -
say -- -----
By keeping the heat low these to drain before serving. brought out that the trend now Mrs. Wlilalord R -- -
meat products Link (la toward simple lawns with Tew Leach second and third place,
can be cooked sausage and sausage patties shrubs the type of shrub and and Mrs Swlnglehursls honor-
1 hardening thoroughly without drying, may be pan-tried or '!Ven- landscaping conforming with able mention, Pence Construction Co.

cooking has or scorching Blow cooked. Take care not to prick the style house, symmetrical Mrs. U Van Ness* arrangement :I1[I '
another advantage, the links when house/would need a received Phone 193
,........,.............................. with fork turning them planning of shrubs symetrical- first place In the
"' ''' "' """"" a because this lets out Thanksgiving exhibit and Mrs. '
7 GRINER'S Juice and flavor to pan-fry The president Mrs. H. B., Mennlngcr honorable mention D-7 Bulldozer with Blade or Ra e '

) links place lu a rryng: pan witha Bwlnglehurst, presided. Two new Honorable mention, for unusual I Also
ki IVERSIDE RESTAURANSPECIAL few tablespoons of water cov* I members' Mrs E. Oltterllne I I and flower arrangements was I Dragline ,
er and steam i minutes. Then Mrs Nellie I Pezzonl, were admitted received by Mrs W. Palmer for I W. E. CARTER See Us For
/ MENU EVERY DAY remove the cover and cook over M,*. I. x... Decker arrangedthe ft crescent arrangement white '
Fried Chicken, Steaks, Oyster and Sh / I low heat, turning frequently oil* lowers for the mantle and Jasmine and Mrs. Leach for tier I e aster iniklit: reI tKnis d* Clearing" Grading Dit/ ing/

HOME COOKED'' mp Ill the sausage Is brown and any Mrs H H. Thayer those for thespeaker's water lily arrangement: i an tar Urn Mtrgci.thi.letLiiMvpt \; Diking, Etc.REAL ,
desk. In the
water Jn the pan has cooked horticulture exhibit,
Testy, Delicious, Food = away To pan-fry patties, place Miss Cornelia Adams presented Mrs. Swinglehum pentas specimen ( Connwiy: and editor

In a Cold frying pan and cook the club with a map that she received first place. An ur \Unolvpc News. will be a

IRS. ALBERT GRIN R over low heat until cooked made of the State showing the unusual squash, brought by a speaker( at tlu annual! meting
State and national forests and guest, Mrs Horst received
through and brown honorable -
on both I '
Drlre la Curb Service Ex sides Cooking sausage In the parks. Mrs H. H. Thayer again i, mention. Honorably mention of tin rlividd Press Aswc.UU.in. k
Vl:.t NOBTH ST LUC1C RIVER BRIDCJC ON /o. NO. IMlllllllVllllllimillllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllll oven takes longer but Is conven- announced that there would be was also given for a sausage I lit I Mt. Dora Nov 26-28 ESTATE

i l l '!.! !t!! !I.I I I I I i_I I I I I I!I I I!I I I l l l l I I!I I lliiMIIIIIIIIMlllllflDINNERS I 1 I I I.!I!I!I I!I I I I I i! '!' I lent and economical If the oven a 8th district meeting In Delray fruit and blossom brought by ------------
Is being used for other foods.Bake Nov. 30. f Mrs teach.- And .Mr-..-- -Pntmar'sStspells T-... Homesitesnd WJFerfrontage
"I !; either links or patties In Mrs Swinglehurst asked that Cactus, -I \VarnerVermeersWedding R
FTiiNG" an open pan In a moderately hot the; members write suggestions The tea table! was decoratedIn lonajJe
oven (about 375 F.I> for about 40 for a good civic project to repre- a Thanksgiving motif Hos- is Held New Address) 4th\tr ft, Opposite SchoolOTro
I minutes, turning Just once tor sent the Garden Club. Mrs. tesses were Mrs. L. A. Arbogast,
I even browning Thompson' won the first civic chairman; Mrs. Paul M. Hoenshel
: Beach project prize, a 'box of sweets !, Mrs. O W:Conrad and Mrs. Announcement has been received }

I The new prune; ; spice cake, recently donated by Mrs. 1. E. Taylor. Frank Qulsenberry here of the marriage of UBIN '

I developed by home economists Miss Prudence\ L. Vermeers to
ned Oysters % Shrimp I Chicken of the U. S. Department Of .-R GIRLS PREPARE CTA MEETS MONDAY Victor B. Warder Oct,'23
at the
Beef 1 fork I Ham I Agriculture for school lunch CHRISTMAS CANDIES IN JENSEN BEACH j
hemiu Bee kitchens I Trinity Evangelical and Reformed -
ffl.oice Wines I throughout the country -
;The Saturday Morning 4-H The November meeting of
For Goo FoodV- Good Drinks anJa Good Time Is a good choice for a family Club met last week In the home the Martin County Classroom Church In Cleveland. MIllS

wen BeacK ,MABEL NEf COSKEY. Mgr, dessert Flavorsome with fruit economics department of Mar- Teachers Association held Vormeers spent a winter as a U ER'S
and fragrant spices. It Is suitable tin County High School with 10 was guest at the Stuart Hotel several TE CO T
for children and grownups Monday at Jensen Beach Town ; and E X C O
.I girls[ present. They prepared years ago Is a niece of Mrs.
-- ---- alike features the dried prunes Christmas candy and mintswhich Hall Several projects for the D.
Lloyd Collar
now on the list of plentiful foods is in line with their dem- year were set up. among them who has been a
Is easy to make, not expensive onstration In "Entertaining at a plan to organize a future I frequent vacationer here and In
and holds Its moisture and Christmas" teacher group drawn from students ) Jensen Beach. I SERVICE S TION : I r

freshness well so that It can be Joyce Harrell joined the club of the junior and senior j Mr. and Mrs. Warner are making GAS, OIL,, and L RICANTS

kept for serving a second day. having been a member of the14H high schools A plan I to'developcloser !i i their! home at 6439 '98th St. : ( ... ,......_ ....... .... .l ''r '
For home use the original I Club in the 8th garde Shirley 1 relationship between local We Vtf.h, Lubricate'and Poliah YoV Car
Forest Hills, L N t
N eb4d. w4"Dxe d 'large-quantity recipe hat been Dubrule from jeiuou/ Beach and county' P-TA groups e tirt, I ? i; Courteous Efficient Service
cut down to family size furnish also CTA was approved.
yd 1)Y j1.1. Saar ..1 4 ing about It portion The Ingredients Mrs Joined.Jack Saunderson Salerno The business session was fol- BOARD WILL MEET OPEQf 700 A. M. TILL 10:00 P. M.
are !\1i cup fat, 1 cup leader and Miss Lucile Ins- lowed by a social hour of games The executive board of the I
3 well beaten, Hi P-TA will I'
sugar eggs home demonstration agent meet tomorrow at 3:30: .
Son coo YOUR
try Ib.e el pRtl f' cups finely chopped, cooked, pit- are Working: with the girls In thisdemonstration METHODIST CHURCH CHOIR I p.m. In Room' 27 at Martin County an 01 If DIXIE HIGHWAY X W. TUCKER .......
.s..1. N..tk wo n b. /.. l ted prunes, 3 cups sifted flour \ TO GIVE TURKEY DINNER I High School J ,
Ia kdq rte arec.t. ..dal.. \icu Hi teaspoons soda' 1/19 teas- ..L. __ ___ _
The Methodist Church Choir J!
oa.ei 5 tp ..loll.Isi..M1g. poon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon cinna- MRS. GREENE HOSTESS Is sponsoring a turkey dinner I
d mon, 3/4 teaspoon cloves, 3/4
ale N / < 'Mrs H: J, Oreene'was hostessfor In the church basement tomorrow
teaspoon salt and jet. cup four I
oi*hM*Ml****s s. c d buttermilk. the Wesleyan Guild at her night Serving will start at i STUARTnfTEL doom
milk or
o.StuartDrug / OI; $. Tickets at $1.SO a '
lob-.cr1e..116. w-Id! To make: eream the (at.and home on Stypmann Blvd. Than latA..forj Dining
adults and 75 cents for childrenare
sugar Add eggs and beat until day evening Mrs. Margaret
Keller the devotional and ,, being sold by choir member
light; and fluffy, Blend In gave
nprp, Mrs Fowler led the and also may be purchased at I
Sift flour, soda, spices program
THE REXALL SXHIE and prunes salt together three times. the door. Proceeds will) be. used Under Personal' Management of Andy Tsimas
to buy new choir robes
Others present were Mrs Rose
shone 11 Add to the creamed mixture alternating
with the sour milk. Watlon Mrs. Kay Qoetz, Mrs. I Specializing In
Mrs J W Shrlgley l returnedto sw
Ollle Hlnson Mrs. Gladys Bauer- 1
10 Inch i
Line a greased x by pan
her home in Lake Wales Tuesday
Mrs Frances McCloskey,
with waxed paper. Pour In bat-
Whltlcar, Mrs Mildred after visiting her son and I >
ter. Bake In a moderate oven Mrs Elsie -

'I ((350 Mr.F.and) 35 to Mrs,40 Clinton minutes.Campbell I Ruth Mrs. Dumlch Jeanette Stevenson., Mrs Clements Betty Mrs. Fowler, Edna Mrs., Al daughter-lri-law Shrigley,-South, Mr.Akron and AvBMr Mrs. 1 The, \finest of Sea Food Dinners t

Mrs. Chandler
and Ralph
1 M : and son, Clinton Jr.. Of etlmmell Mrs. Margaret Keller,
f 8111))f9 1 s i Ocean City N. J. recently arriv- )J Mrs George Conrad, Mrs Myra returned Saturday from Cochran called-
Oa, where they were
/ for the Schroeder and Mrs. Henry O.
ed at the Majestic Apts by the illness of her sister, Mrs. SUNDAY DINNERS SERVED
Inter Camp)elr \has a seafood I Klndrd. W. E. Holder.
restaurant! in Ocean City I A
: I !
a- .=--=: DUTCH TREAT CUB.i _' Alfred Sharp of Tuckahoe, :N.I I From 12 Noon 'Till 9 P 4

I i Winners at the Duich- Treat S., returned to the, Majestic

RiTE E11fMItVIEWBRITE I- Club noon which at the met Civic Thursday Center after-were winter.Apts, Sunday evening for the I\vate Dinners and P dies

Mrs H. M. Klelfeld and Miss -- ,

STUART Edith Coventry. Others playing! Mr.and Mrs. Jack Sheppard IV By Arrangement
I bridge were Mrs; Emlle Svllokos Mrs. \Beatrice Deese and Charles 1
SINCE Mr*. Howard W Neal, Mrs. M. Gardner of Miami were Sunday l
Frye, Mrs Stanley Hitching. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.t t
1 Mrs Paul Hoenshel, Mrs EarlJ. Walker. ,
Rlcou Mrs. W. C Lumml and e _
/ Mrs. Arthur Chappelka, William R. Wilson of Lima j T rI.
E amel Ohio, spent two weeks with his
eS SERMON TOPIC GIVEN: mother, Mrs Ethel M..Wilson ? I..f. I.-.
and sister, Hoi ,,11'
"The New Way of Teaching of Bewails Point
deem NEW.BRITE! Knom.l' given "lift" to your clause the/ Old Faith" will be the sub- en F. Wilson, South California U

l'oin'' f,bright ifs) of color long life of Mrvxtt' intentals ject of Dr. C. A. Carriel sermonat Ave. He was chief engineer and 1 ,
for the office of
fire marshall
fV'to-uie 1? k dries within"' 4 houn, smooth" the 11 a.m. services of the the chief of council for wa L+
e> oi minor and lust a wathoble' Quote from Persbyterian Church Sunday. In crimes In Nuremburg. Germany I ;
line with the new nationwide i
H 'if ely shodei. ,School He U entering the Illinois Institute -
1 Presbyterian Sunday
kautify the mrface prolong ,the twiceponl : Far InforKtion curriculum plan the officers of Technology in Chicago. 1 '+r
..,/ f for "I.U'. with'" Gleam NEW BRITE Enamel! ESTATE-AsiIRANCE and teachers of the Sunday e .-"
Robert Harrell son of Mrs. R.
School as commissioned by the
Write gt> church session will installed. E.: Harrell recently moved from
HENRY CABRE, Mgr. Richmond Ind., to Bedford,
JOHN E/TA\LOR Ind, where \he has been made
and Mrs. Shrlgley I
Otceola Bldrfb a 1641 nrM David :Irons, Mr: and assistant manager of'Montgom- 'o.

ASA LUMBER CO.Phone SWART Mrs. Jack Coleman and Mr and ery Ward and_ Company. .

M..bw M. C..tr Cb... Mrs Web. Ordway\ spent the p" t
week end In Jacksonville where To Relieve
66 they. attended the Florlda-Geor- Never st An Argument Yet

ela football game,
e Bron hitis
Mr. and Mrs Charles H Ray A cancelled checkis

9ito mond and daughter, Miss Eliza mufvaltelie.tptnn_. ybcciuiTib *
beth Raymond of Woodstock M It nghe to dla sit *uoubl proof in any court f
RoO are \living' la 'one of Mrs m IKl lonten ad t *CT0! I l.dea*

Franklin D. :one,' houses. in hell pb! gD\id pw kndM aid 1 1 run, t/amid W sootha.nd bromhi l that a bill has been paid
Port Sewall while their new. druiigiilM
ncikinei/cU four
home Is erected there mucous
,being of CrtomuluoowtUi
Hit raft
_,.' **you pnde*|Itfe you must lik*
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Cifeck On
p0 Mr. and Mrs,John Dallas and th* war it qm,J flliyt *. wuRhor Friend
son, Jackie ot Miami, enroute to nru .r. ro JFI e BT j01' Mck.
Atlanta were Saturday guests 'CREO ION
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H Kin- ?" *T
Bred, Eldorado Height forCouhi ChestColdiT chili:

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," a (!I e tuart 1iew MTHE GOOD EARTH?" iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiHiiiliniiiiMMiiViiiiAtiiiLETTfiKS A shad whose intense rTEPPER personal SPOKE desire Is to be iv

t' I dent of the United States spoke at the Civic CsniT\
I Stuart U\. \>nJaj. .
t'I' ''f'I Published every Thursday: at t srt Flying (HorttmiuterCihtnr In a building built with1 federal: l. funds h. taJJc] .
Quart Martin County, Florida
New aid /for bridges and eeuiCAye from
t Stuart federal
t : Stuart
?!ACE by Stuart Deny News, Inc? i t tt I
s Florida corporation It may be a pofnf( of Ih'ererfhi ( ocean. for tt*od control, tot tree achoot: lunches tOl'xpitided

CLID t I IATV Entered a* second-class! mail you and my many oM frhindfln + FlU prbgrarh (fo take in rural areas, for to,i'"

matter at the post office at "! Shunt in know that I lam, flying\ hed medicine and government hospitals l for old art
Stuart Florida under the Act the C74 Clobcmaster- 4igna. ,
. ,. ":: :: I{: I of March e, Ira.I Douglas ,
the Air Fid He said that it was not a political
., rile largest transport speech and.
span kl f""}''q,, t I t';', I I .. A-FREE PRESS 35 YEARS OF SERVICE s hat In commiukm t made file say that this is not a political! 1 e ltotia''. Hef IIPI,) ,'"I
I Palm 1,:' f first t scheduled trip' id Franlcforf, master of oratory, poised a11d J
\ t and perception calm K
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W1lN, :I'I 'l@ } 14 tt TA..twr ik., "!..o.ul.. 1'1.H.a. tli. flm. ..... German*. the first part of t October, -roln down into the heart strings'' and nunlpuU,
fac1l1j 11 A FREE PEOPLE .... KikltokW,. ti 't_ April. II. I am A flight and h v*
engineer fundamental
ably \ I'' + ''I 111 ana Ik* & H.M> willhlffc 4 ; those desires which\ are ih the human ',
ns/; ''.i \" It r't :! TK t,.HIT TI km, :n...,oon.ol l .F.W4 N.w.fnnndvd wMvck been' flying Aver Stuart going. (from.rill t and we shall probably not do half go well in' IM.tI't'tare"1 !
\. tf; .. and to Puerto Rktt on a rag
\\"l 't' Ie i : .c: =.S 'IS& lt Nwk Ink the man and what be spoil about
Al ly 4 rlr klitfw* m* tk* schedule' until the Vitttft Project
i j I' ..... II.t'M4. .......- 'Je'i( YitiirdlJr'ilr/.u For behind such political f figures as Claude )
," ; carted The only trip w< fly now hn
.r' "I f I MEMBER: OF Tart ASSOCIATED fRESS arc In ropporf of the Vfttfet r>fflct > are the shadow of a great American failure-the fui,

If'l}) rk..A..al.t.d' ._. U. MtllM' ..clu<,i.. ,'.. lit CM f.' m.LN.tla ., .uUt. !' at we an hauling aH the en- of the individual to meet his Own problem. Hah' j
.... ... .i .......... .... ..
i i$ lord .I. In Ik M .ot a >ll Af 4toKDWtM .... glues and high priority aircrafi mistake TnW mart' who would t1 AMpion> the < ,

: i r A. MKNN1MCIS: .?...,.....'..... ,_,. .... ,,...--P..I., .... r tarts Oh the tint, trip I had liberalism is himself a strong IndiVIdual. lie m
3' : 1 KRNEST' LTONS _. _, ... .. ,,.._., ..,...._ nice ,
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.' : 'iiJ(! IDWIN l' MENNINGEM JR : .;; ''::::. ".w.--.: ,-.CItI eat.i : : breakfast af home On Monday quarter and he gives no quarter lie has fought hi* k
!:11' I ( WILLIAM M. HITCH IU. ....C,,.,...,,,,,.,,,,,,, morning and i had dlnnel af !horn through and the
to the top agafnrt
? close
f ; 1'1'I : { JOHN V MCNNINCE ..:.:._:::..:..:::::-/ ?-.,,, ?.,,,=::., ::::: he following Friday night. I bad But his political toughett *,,
---.-- of opposition power lies In the ft
I I{; SUBSCRIPTION' RATES iliwn I2OIiO'milPli half wayonninil that he th* same type of
,, ) I (, ft, Mall: On Tw ..... ..............-.aa.N Tn raw.--.._.LLMr sa, the world\' almrat champions: government paten
I ism l which swept America In the New "Deal-which Ire
: .... ...... ... ...... oa I recommend a career In The
'' ''f ; Ad.nn.4f\ :'.J.4 .N..A..no..Y..tMEMBER .-'. .. 'TI..a..t. -'. Yu milt u 'Air Force to the young boyS HMirtin \ dent Truman )has been busily trying to sweep outrftl t

t e' Cmmty There fa a real. White House He represents paternal government I n
r rt rti I ; future, for any )young man who State acting as father and mother-and his star will m

IISjVai Met fa learn' travel and nuke tot of fall according1: to* the financial' condition of the jrc,

1948 /jf himself a secure life t "speak!' for mats of the common people of the United States,
ti 0 mywjf' when I my I often tued to This/ is not a critical but an analytical editorial I tcatise ,
wotklrr what lif. had in flare for '
\ In essence! : the great American political tonflis ,
me And I now realise that I haW based on a battle,below the surface between men tt
t found han ,nch( (In this I
my large be ,
think government should do and all and men t
IHIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMItlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMI/ / 111111/ II IiI "11I11111I11I1 I I I I world: I hiv ibtc* CoVernmAnthome s
bum in( Mohflft a ;threcMrooin believethlt the private" person' should accomplish h J
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR !the least possible
cottage with no high retilworfle ( that he carl with call upon gdvernme

e iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiinimiii/ / / / / ''' 11111I 1111I11I11I II 11I111//" *. My oldest vaungster goes In essence, Claude Pepper said that if the POOL
1 loaned one of my Florida bird books to a friend, :"o a rake/ Khoi l and u I whole I, ot Stuart Martin County; and the State of Florida cann
M was a my family live a very build bridges to the ocean then he will help u; jet .
hilt I forgot' which Will
one borrower please return normut and happy life serving my RFC loan for these things we want So much and perhn

It, an I have u bird to look. up.. ;XHihtry. /the 'greatest' nation/ ) any' even a federal grant if we ,can show that these bride

f1re' 1 might hate military Value,
We've lost a good deal of admiration which we've This plane t fly hut t lite 1 forgfcrfKu In essence,, when he spoke of an expanded MK! ,

k ka hud for the woodpecker that has been making all the _____ >4iii it engines made in the world. lunch program It was to say that.the government,
-- -- today has hue 28 clindrr
Illl'ket in our neighborhood listead of working 16 hours en.ghws provide bread for the month of oar children: ,vhM I
I with t tntal rated' bond.pavet I
ki k' a day digging Insects out of trees we/fa: come to the con 1---- News and Comment O g/1 of 13,fiorr) hon i. fo Mute spoke of subsidies for the citrus Industry, it wu t tl1 (1'1 I
that the government would buy our fruit.. the theme
s6 elusion (with the help of some bird-wise people) that the farts mildly ft N a supreme '
i !liriff In *rvn. and) iWirrlr lk*... expanded FHA housing was another way of t Raying'lh
f 1' the son-of.a-gun is merely sounding off to attract a mate THEV ILL to accomplish things still bears TIt NEWS; congratulates Mr Wason! Mr engine! I M to,-aim he'aUowixt r; ; (oilHTaU the government would build roofs over our head-* \

We notice that he hall been sticking pretty close to .ruit, as witness, the fact that a couple of Arbogast, and all who have quietly cooperated :> tiKb vulualifc. machinery couldn, and the expanded old age pension plan\

C II dead limb which was a hurricane casualty, and said 'miles of beautiful new' waterfront property td briny about the most outstand fn .the air b 4 lalnfactmn that few another way of saying that the government would l Jt""

l!! dead limb gues' off a loud chok So Instead of, 1 looking ieyelopment is being added to Stuart; ing Iniprovcmenta ,In years. These developments mm emriparatriely tpcaltin>S. eve after us *heti.we are old. Socialized 'medicine' nd (f.

fl.y; around for possible enemies when: he raises/ his head aftera ".hrough the initiative of R" R. Wason, New represent real 1 progress., get In enjoy), f 16sve way* 'bmnrnttTFifed erally-bullt hospitals imply that the government will pour ,
M and mocMn
enginn doctor bflla"and take of when are ill,
York manufacturer; C. B. Arboxast, Stuart care us we
drumming\ he'd really looking around to see it he has C fry tutcc! I woia email b6y and
r(a It -and a herd of draglines, bull And all of these things imply that eve, ai indiudoahave
attracted any female attention OUT OF the of nothing comes human now to fly and crew ." 82X tanaeroplane '
Jozers and earth-clearing machines be- failed and will continue to fail to meet each probk
r,. II ,t{ f Pretty shameless, we calls It. 'tnging. to. Cleary Brothers Construction personality and stars are built from Ulblactfnn.really renden me a huge It b upon these grounds that Claude Pepper b hat t..
l"" t 1 1t ) A few years.ago'-4t was,hot more
and feared individual who1 their entire faith
Company. I thai 1 have by
than' five or six, I I'm sure-I listened to hope IIC'ttored
Also I loaned' a new book "Everest, Kingdom of Ad- C some friendrf kidding Mr. and Mrs. Hugh yea but I am r>ally all wrapped the successful accomplishment of the IndividualIn -

\'Mure" to somebody, and, again' I cannot< recall who got WITHIN a period of{ a few months, Ihe Fringe on the, sidewalk in front: ; of the tip in my pmfmtinn, carrel airman / upon theVe ante ground.. that he 'Is reelected year af

t' l; it. If you who reads this, have my copy, please r>turn.' or former' Edg-Riva holdings! have been developed Lyric. Hugh was t theater manager He Ptswimfnf" Shunt News.I year by' the majority of the-electorate. His call upon 'II
: if the school and St. I I want 'to try aixl lecp- in--'contactwth Voters 6f Flo'rlda-no candidate has more voclfero
you have one of your own, let me look at it 5 minutes.. i between high and his, wife, had just been blessed with ever
I ) i Lucie Estates and now several thousand make (. tI huljjs: in Stuart for\ J( -tiDOcmilileT opposition or pile* up any better majorities illustri
Oneof those events which life worthwhile
I For the first time in years, I have figured out ahead 'ee\f, beautiful North Fork riverfront are little it my home and hope |I\J\ In the most tangible fashion that the majority is not II,
) i cute baby Now all babies
live there}
whew" .
1 of time what I'm going to get :my wife for Christmas. being opened up at Cocoanut Point. are cute but to parents their own-and : Stuart again!! May, 1 retire.A Cessfut, id I not,hippy and ,is not contented with the ala!

Ordinarily I worry myself td death until the night before C especially their flr t-Is out of this world ''S IS J6hn P. Burfeffield, quo.
11'I then rush madly up and down the street looking for THE COCOANUT POINT property i Is little .. J9I1(,Cardinal drfv WHI In this present time an era of great prosperity, t

F' s something that will appear to have required much fore more than I'/z& miles from downtown Stuart Mobile.. Alaoama.NIGHTMAREr. the conservatives sitting In the saddle in the Democrt'
thought What a wonderful feeling it Is to have the along' a hitherto-undeveloped section "St'CH bee-a4(to-tlful, child, someone" party CMtfde! Pepper's star is low Within his heart th

buying all dIne Now I ,can start thinking about all the of our beautiful river. With city, county, said, "She ought to' be in\ the movies can be no warmth f6r this Democratic flctofr beth J''
4 'and his wife I walked oft
other relatives As the number of shopping days is now and adjacent J property owners con> Huh agreed The. people of the United State It ra hot his Und of a victory At the Convention, hems!

I I Ii definitely on the wane, let this be a word of warning to ributing in a demonstration of what thinking: "Gosh the, they sounded like they have had an rxctptlmml' |Jt eal'n record himself Available, ready to( assume the mantle of hit
believed stuffRIGHT
'4 you to get busy :Art be accomplished through cooperation, really: and compulsory ucWJ Infurance volt and the New t lt-afld the party, even though

a pebble-topped drive now'extends all C would prove "nigUmar" felt Kself crumbling, failed (td respond' .

Sylvannus Class of Stuart is one! of 31 blind persons ;he way to the development where the NOW t am looking at an envelope of social i confusion Incompefencf' But all tfcln(rf change, Claflde Pepper bides his UP

t t j jI ji jt who have written poems that have been published in anew :arth.movers are clearing the underbrush from WilmIngton, Ohio which has a and extravagant' cost: If American, It hid.vlduals, fall to solve their proverK )
book entitled "They Sing In the Night under auspices from) a stately pine forest. special postage' cancellation on it: "Watch That opinion hat been offered another depression* cofoes, if the banks go dot! amen

t of the Braille Poets' Guild, Mr Glass poem followa: For Ginger Prince, New Child Star, in:"One bV Dr. Havan Emerson who trved start smashing In !the frontajf grocery store\ aitt t
MARSHES are being filled mangrove Too Many'," A newt Item within Informs .or many yeani U pro/etsor public did in Arkansas back !In l&3i ; If they start selling app''
THIS HEART the me that Steve Broody of Allied Artists has heakh administratinn at Columbia Of chicken lion
iwamp pulled out by roots and one In the street and papering the walls
Rare/ In this Mart strange thing were put auay artificial lake is being created The im-' just signed Ginger for a feature role along University, and b I form with municipal: 1 bonds the frogs shill call out for1 ;,f'
Concealed/ met! t>f, at long lu U can beat, health commissioner of the City of!
I ,', Meanum compel to malt thin /lift complete, >ie Where You Find 1C'AND .., ,.
'of our most worthwhile additions-it iso '
i : CJlmpiHtd "In dreamt alanf of I.Jt'M. !/: Dr Emerson said further, "We -
J ( for her etching!; emblazoned" on the mind, >. natural, so much "the real Florida." C. of the' United States mar) say with POWER FAMINE!
Always posh!vcd the tame from year ta !year I LOOK HACK t thinking of that little entire truth and honesty that no Last t e lmb.f. demahd for Jectrlc power react

During! this /life, as Hi tirolilfnu I find THAT IS Stuart's real opportunity, There pink: bundle in a baby carriage on the side population ,mass of such dimen the highest level in history. And that ,demand \\'U"
; Because tlienit/' work> : to do, though hr", doe not appear/ are thousands who come to Florida to live walk in Stuart 5'i' .yean agO-the talk I Iconldn nans as ours living under a single cessfullr met .by the power Industry!, ;
Some" do'l'i nell meet, but then not in I dream., who dq hot want the artificiality of Miami' 't believe and the dreams A couple form of Government and including 'This U tie substance pf reports received t 'nu to

Living/ eke/! nlll apprar-not,an unreal or Miami Beach. They are looking for of parents believed-and I'll believe anything races so numerous and diverse and piled by the Edisor Electric Institute; The.actoiPtt l
t \tlrapt/ : imaged during' / a ,,'!!//t'4, dreamAxturrdh / holeIlQmenelsand! for that, natural !Is humanly; possible if believe in climates and occupations of such ment completes rtfntel! "dope itorie1 of reef Impend t

ihftl knit: alt I conceal beauty which la Florida's own. the dream you -:, E.Lmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiii variety}, has m the recorded! history power famine which were1 Cofreht! l last; sum ,D bIu tv
A lot M I1aff'110, tie nms* explain .. of man enloved/ such averamlength and also refutes the recent "power shortage report ,
Hlending/ : a Ime to Wrong M thatt (I'"ln.All : of life and been spared the I by the Admlnl tt tbt of the Rural(: Electrification Autw
Diver I I iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I UP I
Deep A
a suffering* and faiflrmttie ol so The details the sltuattoft are inWreitm
1 the poems in the book had previously appeared Church service' was over, and wit cam
many of the disease known to be wide demand for nearly 60,000,000 kilowatts
i !18 a Braille magazine for the blind called "Inspiration" THIS POEM cent
i dare prominent 1114"mllf't1 Walked preventable by the industry with at reserve. margin of 6 per '. I
and because this freely distributed publication has been home together, diKtnsing' the metiage ..tl"tlllllill "I ,j IIIIII/llIlI/ ll/lllllllllliilllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'/ :II"' Advocates of compulsory. stelnesl Is a much smaller margin than in the past.-but'' ,
.t helpful to many who cannot: see and others who can Insurance, for the most overtaken the pIn
they hud Iteurd.. "I. loll,\ you TWO TEMPLES part consist tiona of new capacity have already
neither see nor hear, the Braille Poets' Guild decided to said the first rnthiisiajtically "Jpr of politician and lay group consumption: and It U forecast that the re,eW wn I
resort to printer'a ink and extend the inspiration field. Hattie Vose Hall with a record of supporting any will be 8 per cent next December: ;) rib
1 Blank runcertainly dive deeper' A Builder bullded a temple, and all proposal which are Libeled Only a very small number of customer >nl ,01 lilervice

I am always Interested In aptronymicfr-.situations" In trip the" truth than any. minister. He wrought it'with grace and skill ; 'social/ progress," regardled oT Interrupted' or shifted and that was done it'h.'

which a man's name is in keeping with his occupation. I ever tiear<<: r'! Pillars and groins; and arches their mertti.!\ On the other' hand, tary arrangement\ The 500 REA co-ops which T/
And I note that 'on a corner of the square In Ocafa wy e,," mid the second man, f I the vast majority of medical men \b t private power companies ill got enough eleWJmeetdemand .'
and he .Hiwlrr ',* All fashioned to .work his will, who have testified/ have! company' wnicId
it i considerable can stay Linger on) U voiced ;save in #ih#; eas. 6f one
a liquor establishment with
yYI r front that a sign out TeC cclioed,, the third "and .Men Said, as they saw lit beauty. strong opposition. In ofhet wards, brlefli restrict service due to equipment f511'lowef !
announces "Swilley's" Bar. ome up drkr I"! The Catalina "It shall never know decay; the real expert* ere near-unanl- water' flow 0.111 b

Thin U topped by the American' Magazine's report dander Great Is thy skill, 0 Builder I brad In believing <"* dot] Dr. This J to What wu> doors b)> private Industry< .P""II" |i
t4itt a year-old man named William Sober was held fame shall -' Emerson' that ft would lead (his ben thud pet target M the ibclalisU: fot many yearn
by Hartford, Conn, police on a charge of being drunk. Every human twine .hoi a workto Thy endure for, aje, declfti, In medical! liaridWa*. Cnd! art example of hp*' free enterprise deals with W"tedented
bra within duties to gaSe
carrf: the
EAM. prtdrril approach the econamfe strsto- its service Ever; since
demand for
'+ ohrwd, influencer to exert, A \ &*
i Teacher builded a temple M cost Vofirnftrf prerfcld/ business, t eWashlnatmecrabs / j
.liich, .nd ment Wen' !InW thli a power>
are peculiarl'his. pmedical
i SUNDOWN! With loving and infinite care, and hospital' plan whfch nave predicted it power' shortage In r"AaCtoiresa I)

"I}ilittappod in grab, standings along t ifi* west, :un lich| teacfi.no coiuclerice' but-Oiannlng bit own Planning each arch with patience,'. are open\ ,, to all ore rapidly cumintln 'intd/ living. them* larger and larger PPrTf\'\,
d'vanced'., Furthef' industry
Laying each stone with prayer {| any argument (for fdf WciIH: laetibb of the power ,
Clouds', dimly lighted, gathering slowly} Much ", mlscoratniction: and bit: campulsary govemrMM Inedicln! \ terbt DO NtJOb.a power ahort.
None her the
praised unceasing efforts +
The Star of f Peace at watch nboye the crest!-. :emeu, are ,pared to l him who ntpptttted by 15dyron issessmerrfiHM turned except ins rellioltl whit .t' tJlj1l' it :: :;Drt
Ohl I holy,. holy, holy! thinks, naturally upon what he None knew of her wondrous! plan, people ;ftould remHhber rful lovtnrat power monopolies aM which e SrtfjendWbOrftCil

I We know, 0 LORD, BO little what is beat owe to other rather than what For the temple the Teacher buildedW whorl Ihi tub/M/ come up t tot tOcutslon favor for apprOprlAtiotx for FV

Wingless, we ,move so slowly he ought.to expect .from them, s unseen by the eyes of min', ',gain vela! |>*r irt, _. -
But in THY calm all-knowledge let ns rest' -Madam* Caimtleer I' oJ

b ITlyf t holyl J holyllt r t flmfeiK. Gone Is the Builder1 \temple, F ADD WOII %
i ha4 TMn1y64l, ml A .11 sttrli
i ftorrtlrf ir. Holto l. Palter hM ,Jwt produced
McNeill i
John Crumbled
Charles The shortest drama review onrfcord into the dust) N. ,
to ,004.1 boyt"Sdh Stuart f
tfW HM. .1Jt the walttfwaya In red t t111I
wad turned In by the critic Low lies each stately pillar, : "Tte,, til Ker'kralhtr l
1 to When a (Nan Mki tout twice h. Watty, wants of t London gazette Tr. play food for consuming: rust. -, 'And AoVt t J, proml !kith f.,((0f* ftoinu omiKed la.. the neua'cDu'

t r ,..up'rai.... ..... 'CIJe.Urtfi.lcI.l Was aped Drtatl/ut/ Niglit/ The .But the temple the Teacher builded yaw 4 tiVH4inM. if rOtf w4na'ir' \ effort .fa of Interest both to fishermen *ndJ"L It

critic i rte comment wad Will last while the' ages roll &*: "T... PlMr, M a* ht and .k printed 6y p t to-oftllet process on Cin
On4 thorn. Oeip.rUoc4 U .worth d t .ilJ4rrW. of -Eiaclly'! ."-g atarg Club tkttlof', For.' that beautiful! unseen templeas brokku. *** h a* UMd ikfl. !*U. Dr. Potter hat presented l tneIff
..,..10,. James Riu! .Ir LowclL IKNU, OHIO. a child.'I i-yjfrff\ L gel *it uWenlgead .eePleLI -
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O VOLUME CROWS I .I.._._ ._ _.. rAGE FIilt; V.I, f f"C. 1
II./ FarmerseMart member are invited. All farmers avoiding technical term, and general book about

:-.urftpute itoort/ the, tomato season AGENT'S Martin, rancher County and grower of Horticulturally Speaking BOOKS REVIEWAUSTRALIAN around each plant I II woven a plant We In Florida have beori[ .

J Soft' a good start this the 19.8 Agricultural participating Conserva-in brief story of its place In Hawaiian growing Melaleuca, Acacia: and .J: '

.er when an anticipated yol- Uon Program are urged to 'attend iiiiiiiiiiinHiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii* I! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiOru mythology as well a* a Eucalyptus trees for a long time,i e
j( ,j,000, to 1000 crate will COLUMNBy and take summary of its modern usefulness and plenty of other plant that"
part in electing ( of//I series of/ J re1 by Slate plant In
through the market. CuLn the'men to represent them In experts presented bouquets, seashore plantIng are native* of that tar-a1l'a, .
in light volume will also t, M JOHNSON the 1849 ACA program Letter .t the 6tit' tnnuai contention of Florida Slate Horticulture or commercial utility Miss' land yet we have .never had a /,
Let BOvmg this week and Yol-| announcing this upper and Society In West Falm Beach) HAWAII PLANTSW Neal I has done a wonderful Job reference book from which w.
lbOuld pick up rapidly. The Martin ,County Agricul meeting art being mailed this her book will be found most could learn more about them.
tural! Conservation. week from the office of the INSURANCE AGAINST A FOREIGN INVADER useful to grower In all tropical Here I la a book that describes
Association i Hustrtted land Key to flower
county agent. Volume and fruit 3000 native ana Introduced
SAVE MONEYICIGAREWES will hold. it* annual meeting! Py.T. RALPH ROBINSON, Terra Cell, Florida. Are Valuable For. color, and to flowering time, plant ana tells under what conditions
and election of county committeemen The annual Student should be.exceptionally useful they grow best There
nutrition conference There' are enemies other than human that at times have threatenedour to landscaper
Nov. are splendid ,
I 18 at the Seminole 1 11 scheduled for Qalnevllle *- chapter on' municipal
Inn Indlantown This meeting !today and !tomorrow. Poul- happiness' and our economy If not our actual Uvei We have 'been Two new lardeD books have ''"Shrub'The other new 'book Is' tree planting, seashore
FI n will be preceded by a barbecue trymen will be particularly In hearing for several yean part of the dread Inroads of a new virus diseaseof arrived on my desk recently lian Gardens"and Tree for Austra planting, month-to-month succession
rib supper at 8:30: to which the terested, In the broiler program citrus that has killed million of bearing orange tree In South from foreign, land; both exceptionally Considering the by Ernest E. Lord. of bloom, principle of
dTTRI $149 planned of good: garden layout, and *o on--subjects -
R MOa today Speaker on this America. In Brazil It Is called TrislezaVthe sad disease. Sad It Interesting and valuable.to book about. plants that grow which "
Important are Inadequatelycovered '
D phase of Florida* must be. In California "Quick decline-appears to be something! very grower In Florida down under, this volume 1 la overwhelming 1 In other available books

rrtmroN RIO NURSERY Prof growing, J. C poultry Bell, Industry head of Include poultry similar if not identical. In each case it kills only trees budded on the One of these It "In Garden of, in Its size (430 page), Although rather expensive $22)) 1
ar.Aar Na.Mrla department, University of Georgia sour orange root stock. Oranges, grapefruit, and tangerines w budded Hawaii' by Marie C. Neal, botanist Indexing 4700 names), full because of high production
sae ...dp who 'will speak on broiler die In three to five year-lemons' whether scions or rootstocks are of the Bishop Museum In page phoCBgraphlc!! illustration costs, this I la a magnificent
a PN.ea .. Ornamental P isU raising In the Gainesville, Oa., Immune. Honolulu. It Is really a successor ((15 In color, 166 In black and volume which every Florida ;i,
Cars... volume white) and tit simplicity It l II
1 to her earlier "In Hono grower should posses The descriptive -
e. territory. He will discus the development In Smith Amrica It has 'been demonstrated
that the
V. Wnr.h.a. virus is a complete ,reference
spread book
.. add GREE erlilizer, method of lulu Gardens' but this Is a much covering list of the Acacia: and Ij
w management by a tingle species of aphis, the "bluck aphis which Is not known t 10 more all the different climatic
y. OL..r. 8 le U...,. cost and return, and comprehensive effort, for Eucalyptus alone are worth the
N. m..eCNEr Ins cidesnt future of broiler production In exist in ibis. country. However recent conversations with travelers who Its 800 page cover more than and rainfall tone of a' great price and the photograph are '
., MONEY OR R e.s, Georgia Donald Bell outstanding have come by air from South America readily dissipate any false feeling 2,000 specie of plant growing continent, and the absence of the finest I have ever seen, in a ,
DEPT. ate Foods broiler producer In the MIami of security'. Our plant Inspection service Is doing fine Job In keeping in the Island, and Illustrate 600 botanical term plus the presence comparable garden book.
i n Tobacco Co I territory and past president: out harmful Insects and diseased plants but the task is becoming almost of these, some with photographsbut of common names for I, Both Of these book may be
a.l star J Ia l..a acacl of the i human mostly with'pen and Ink everything make this book a Joy obtained through The Stuart
Florida State beyond with the
Poultry capacity, increase In A
'M< OIHo B x 1004ttfMINOTON enormous !travel !to ,read ,
drawings the News
by author
PtLAWAKt Producer Association will discuss -: bouquet of flowers with a few aphid hidden away, or a stick of boot Hawaiian make much of their I Until how there ha been no E.' A. M. I

Florida.broiler Dr. Fred raising In South I legged budwood Supposedly disease free might bring the dread diseaseto flower Two-thirds of the --- .. .. __:: .:,.
professor of poultry R Beaudette pathology, our shorn. Mention of the budwood brings to mind that a twig tree. shrubs, vines and other
from tin orange tree budded on an immune stock and to aIJ'appelirRoc'll plant In Hawaii have been Introduced -
Bulgers University will discus
Chao\\payne 6par e dlesases of poultry as they relateto entirely free of the disease may yet be a carrier of the virus and capable from other tropical
broiler production of transmitting It to another orange tree budded on the sour orange lands. Yet these have adapted
---------- roolstock There may prove to be insect other than the black aphis themselves so well and the Ha-
Aallan have been
so successful
ILORIDA tND IN U. 8.. capable of transmitting the virus as is apparently the case in California in utilizing them they seem as WiT s

Washington, D. C, Nor 11- It is true that Florida Is in the best strategic position of any large much a part of the landscape as
: Florida second
thi was In the nation
: during 1947 In reduction of for producing citrus area In the world, since the great bulk of the Florida the native flora With this

/ estn in est acreage burned, according to crop (about three-qu,vrtert) comes from trees budded on stocks that wealth of material from all over
the world, Miss Neal has.produced -
a survey Just released by American make the plant immune to the citrus diwase.-budded chiefly on the
a book of great value to the
Forest Product rough "lemon root stock Yet it is also true that deal
Industrie a great of our
layman, for It-is written almply, FLORIDA POWER NT COMPANY ?
Florida acreage burned figure I very finest fruit Is derived from the so-called hammock groves, where i
7 I1u was 87438 less than the State the sour orange has been the favored root stock since the earliest days --- : ', ftwdee4fl cV )
average for the preceding five of citrus planting in Florida. The owners of these fine groves could ill

jeara j afford to KG them gradually wiped out. Their replacement would bean ARMSTRONG'SLINOLEUM '

extremely' expensive .affair and a great. disaster" to the state and to -
/ the nation. ,\.
VVN.f..re and'ASPHALT
I Ism D''""- Experiments have shown that if a tree exposed to the virus Infec- I T/. t 4I ,

tion is marched to an Immune stock. such al the rough lemon Cleopatra f
: oat mandarin. sweet orange or cltrange It may be saved from destruction installed b>; t '
About provided this is done before the disease gets a firm foothold. Expert Mech icsTelephone' t1,1.; /1,1.,; .
Nep pe Now the reason for this paper Is to describe a method of Inarching : f l
that may be successfully applied to old bearing trees The writer saw ,,\I, \q'gi1 '
this method being used In a famous old grove near Lake Thonotosassa

in Hillsborough County-the Belvedere Grove. The grove Is otvned ENTERTAININGECTACULAR .
by Mrs S R. Stebbuu. This was In March of 1934. The trees about ?

sixty yean old bad grown SO large that they shaded the ground almost NEW MARVELS G CIENCE! .
completely and hss trot was beginning to take some of the veteran tree

r Mrs. Stebbins found that the text book method of InlU'Ching.-planting CENERALr IECT C i 11
small seedlings near the base of the tree and approach grafting them Pierce 799

Now; 9138. into the trunk-simply did not work. The small shaded seedlings just Collect for r Estimate.
ell- could not make headway under the circumstances W* are a ipp to handle STUART GH HOOL
Like rklingchampagne sill of idential
p T.d. e>. She then decided: to try something different She had her seed- ty s
with 1 and stalla- Nov 17 7:30 P M.
Le Jlln.Ir.* st water. rhouM !lings.- this case rough lemon-. grown up to eight or ten feet tall full ,,on.,eornrercial ,
.tfervescentrhincsione( : ; noi When f can hate M of vigor and easily'transplanted( Shb had two or three of these seedlings i iGriffin
1 : mush hot Mater Jlnvenlene* for around each of the affected distance
bubbling *. Ittll* with ur fOASTMASTERAutomatic planted orange trees at of ker, \nc. ..
Olt in occasionmiking rk 1ip Water llraterfror two to thrM feet from tit ban of in* tret The approach graft was FLOOR COVERINGS

dress It' only .,fe r iftinia a J.7. we made often at a height of four to six feet front the ground, so high( that 900 S. Dixie \ ort Pierce JO LAW, Jr., Mgr.A9'"xY8aDr:9 .
h.v..tl the ftrfcl bet
wrier we In some cases a person could walk around' the trunk of the tree betweenthe
r.n --plu.VfihoM wonderful
festive yet flattering g 1UASTMASTM UM reaturee thai trunk and the Inarched seedlings In most caws a prompt union

for the half-use mean BITTrKR-RVirE tmi erf was secured These whip.like stems within a years time were two to

figure with.sbrommjovtrblouM erareequtpnf Only TOASTMAn kith R tb Water. lint.lint.n three inches in thickness and within another year or two were quite
N it-
and con- ( Lire-Belf r>meat and sheIonodie.yMe capable of bearing the entire burden of supporting the' 30-foot tree afoot
.f a-rentrol.And or more in diameter, In fact 'in several instances' observed the
Ironed fullness in the rr.rr TUA a kSTER Water of the old rotted
Heater U multi-gored slurt. Yeas! See a Jti wfceyl Such trees continued to bear fine crops! of oranges sustained only by the

parade Rayon Crepe') 1 substitute root lystem '

in Love Blue, 11 / Now we may be fortunate enough never to "have to resort to inch : :

Romance Grey a method of salvaging groves budded, on the sour orange rootstosk!
Would i It not however, be wise to take out an inexpensive insurance
Tender Green Ardo 1' 1 'policyP By that" Is meant the planting and maintaining in numerous i

Wine. '14 j f20.i., neighborhood nurseries seedlings of immune rootstocks At to the z

y choice' of root stock much will depend on the soil and on the varietyof FOR AMERICA'S
win i* 10 rut
s$1695 fruit being grown. The rough "lemon Is the stock par excellence' for *
t I Is TOASMASTIIGUUINUI most of the varieties grown in Florida While commonly regarded as FINEST BUS, SERVICE )
mainly suited to deep Handy mils, such as those found in the sand

\ im rr r-./e'.TMAR.., H..Lr t I! l hills of tin Ridge section:
..,1..1 .., { I successfully in low hammock soils if the methods of culture followed
:ir .:' l are adapted to the location AI' compromise between the rough I
NAB/ii'M L4U5 lemon and the sour orange rootstocks the Cleopatra,mandarin "has come I

*_5 t v. I.r mAarMAS. In much favor of lute It seems best adapted, however, to a medium I

1 .. l Id V.i.r f.a .n.H..I.. II.Y. grade'of well drained Mill and Is commonly regarded as unsuited to low I
ir r..r br le /. moist locations, especially where there is at times a high water table I

? .. .roc lw 1.e.1.ws .- This Is the condition that is often encountered in the coastal hammocks
aAIIN Oi IILAT.M IT Aw of Florida.. It is especially .adapted for use with the "fancy varieties

.a..I..d.wTOaSTMAS such as the Temple and the lungelo which do not, as a rule, produce'
high quality fruit for a number of years when" budded on the rough I I

:RflKTRIC lemon rootstock. However if Inarching is done using the rough lemon I (
after the initial year of rapid growth have passed, say six to seven

yflelo vatic yean.. there is no reason to fear that the rough lemon rootstock will f i

WATER NEATER prove seriously detrimental to the character of the fruit produced. There 1
remains the sweet orange and the citrange a* possible choices. The
u"k.rW awn.attar .r cltrange hal its advantages in cold locations but the supply of seed Is

limited. The iweet mange Is probably more subject to footrot than

Startpartment HUTTO RADIO and nv of the above stocks but with proper precaution that should not
: prove a serious handicap None of these' stocks are likely to prove as Over here we seem to have

APPLIANCE CO. easily marched or approach grafted as the rough lemon, which Insures the most of the good thing of
union secured I in a majority of cases.
a being promptly }urge
Store Phone 302 1 ? safe, warm and well fed!
In the case cited-that of the Belvedere Crove.-the actual work

rhODe 320 Osceola Ave Stuart under Mrs. Stebbiiu direction wa done by an intelligent nego, an es- Therlfe another thing, too, we can'

nerienced "grove band" not by a high priced tree urgeon There Is smile about-.our great freedom an ease of travel. Greyhound

* no reason why such a job could not be done by a grove owner or any trans nation, for example, 1 Is just a* popularVd generally
E HAVE THE \ of l his helpers who have had a little experience In propagation
I enjoy a* a Thanksgiving turkey. It lets u*
But H took A person of !imagination and Initiative like Mrs. Steb-
bins to forsake the text! book methods and devise a method that would everjrwherejwver myriad route ...when w* choose ,

Building MaterialTO work on old trees that had reached a size where they shaded out the through f rfluent day and night schedules ... ,.4 Da
ground almost completely By planting the seedlings at some distance ,
and ewer cost than other form of l
any \
From the tree trunk a space could be chosen away from the main crown I
MAKE YOUR root thu avoiding the sort of fatal competition that killed off the smallseedUnga travel We n well afford a little thankfulness pIA III -e 114/P s'

planted close to the base, of the trunk. To do this the seed for this Id transportation favorite f I
ling used had to be tall and vigorous Thus we may Owe to Mrs. Steb- '
HOUND that
u* alwaysm '
bins a great debt gratitude to have slro vn.Dos the way, if ever,w* are fe
HOME. PLANSCOME forced to work over our old lour stock groves by the Inarching method" more of the best in travel.w t ,' /

Even: II we escape the Trlsteia menace the !method' has Its application

, In many old groves differing from' footrot or senescence ,A recent Inspection -
TRUE of this famous old grove shows these marched trees in '* (fairly t

thrifty condition carrying .heavy crops of oranges. I w t o ems' 7 jaa+ ..er
The value and appreciation of the effort that has been made by 1- 1 Aoe egr<.rs Bw
CASALUMBER; 9r,. Swingle Webber Camp and other' to warn us against the serious y z .:2 8K

danger almost at our door must depend entirely on the recognition and _- GREYHOUND BUS_ STATION

use by ul of all available measure of protection. One of these measures
would! seem to be the suggested establishment{ of nursery' grownseedlings eSI : Chfaholm's Cafeteria Phone 321, Y Ygt

of Immune varieties immediately available for inarching: if

co the strange disease should gl entrance to our shores. One would not L
deed to wait until the disease actually Invaded the grove or until immune -' I

seeding stock could be grown. Better It would seem to be toy|

PHONE N j start Inarching at one* a* a. measure of insurance against.!later disaster i,



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t ; .' 1VILL RETURN TODAY Indian Ricer Drive ment was announced Oct SO. ditches often prove killers Tr I lunges and grabs,, IOlUeti;;

t '. : L. a Runt and bass that mare been'caught on i lurk and circlet
; ( City Manager Miss Green attended Andrew
'Mayor and Mrs. W. R. Baker I School for Olrls. WUloughby, FISHING 1cijIN live frogs 'would flit a line bt I How to catch the are, bait

'J t 'f t awere expected home today, from W. H. Lennard is Elected Ohio and Mary: Washington freight car from herb'to Jack* If quite tinjpie.' ''
attendance at the annual meet College of the University of Vlr- sons le. ale worth of su>rshrtap'h<
: It'' f I r InsiPensacolauSun-\ glnla at Fredrlcluburg Va.. THE FAMOUS The live bait fisherman 1* Sueket- go down |L I
1 l'' "' ; Munlcipalltle. I Executive Committee HeadBy where ihe majored in home economics probably by far the most 'contemplative bank and dig a ,wj >It
I' s day through yesterday, Runt Gates was graduate St. Lucie Regioh ; fisherman. He hunts U you can't find elthu. Pot:
CLID j ; also attended Florida CUT Managers MRS. VIVJt C. ROAT I from Culver Military: Academy a likely spot eases In hit bait-- 1 white grub which Unih
AT VtpM .\ Association\ meetings there I'I Culver, Ind., and attended Bab- VII, 't1Iui iPOItTsM AIe 18 A C"A DIA"jUMU aa5DNtttt( and sits, sometimes for hours item of lily pad. alt !&.'k't
; + I 'N'' this week They left Saturday the committee for many yean. son Institute of Business Administration I shows alarm. favorite bream
At a meeting In'the courthouse before the minnow bait
I ..Ad.( [. ,j : t I t ,morning. I In Fort Pierce Saturday It was voted at the meeting to Boston. He 1* now attending By ERNEST LYONS He t4 1 the participant In a cat The secret is to use \ti, 1InJ,
.' t I :, refund to Mrs. Noble, widow of the University of Florl which may lasta of hooks in
I ; :, IIi and mouse game catching the
'; ',' afternoon W. H. Lennard ,of I have taken to using the fly through the lips or Just above ball
da. He 1 member of Sigma for II or and be
Palm I :rax Collector Orris Nobles, Its a fewyeconds br go on to quite and
Wlthu'ffacilltf j\: j i ; Waltoi""was ej chalnnail: of Alpha Epsilon Fraternity He rod and- for many year have the tall and U suspended about 20 ml teL Sometimes the bass your still tuning P&1Ieat
fit, Lucie County Executive: Com part of 'the .primary qualifyingfee taw S-t! years service in the been a plul-caster-bu' that 1 feet tinder a cork or bobber. I """'""-
J 1'( ; and to request the State doesn't mean that I discount atlgg
I mittee. Lennard succeeds John Army including two year in the From then on it la a matter of
:{JtLI' was UtI committee chairman to appoint Southwest Pacific. live-bait fishing for bees
/ Mccarty who resigned. Len waiting for the baas to go Into '
I In book a man can AtiOWANCE
'- a successor to MeCarty and to my LlMRAL
n of this
: I nard a pioneer resident ot I snob In hi fishing action
.Mrs a
l' make appointment tot precincts Under the direction aa treat
been member of
,, :1'a 1 I county has I : not now represented on Harriet Jackson the physical: attitudes w in any other affec Up In Northwest Florida the \ ILL BE ClVsyf ON YOUR
the committee.An culture class of Walton Community i tation and I have no hesitance shiner U used for cut bait for
'. ItyI I FObT SPE LIST executive committee din Center I 1.1 rapldlJ'rowIng. i at all In urging those who\ want black bass on the bottom. No OLD TRES ok BATTERIES
ner was held at the ,New Burs- Five new member were to use live bait to go ahead and sinker 'is. used, but a split fillet
\ .I" Ctrl dot.. ton Hotel Nov. 10 With Congressional taken in at last Wednesday'snight be elemental. The main thing of aMnerls cast' out near theIlly / ,
(I I N. x.wremDE rtl'a Chairmen Judge Flame session. The class It open 'about fishing la to enjoy your pads and allowed 'to Ink
# a Maria, Dame and '''Mrs. D. H. Saundersand to all women. A fee of 25 cent self.: slowly' to the bottom. The bass
3r 3f' : .4 I Jt s h State.Chairmen_Walker Lid- is charged for expense. All through Central and West really go for It, believe It or not.
1 eon and Mrs w. N. Crooks in Florida and on the St. John Shiners are abundant In the SALERkSTATION)
f'I ::4! 4J1t jj attendance. Around 20 mem Mist: Betty Lou Jackson who River the "shiner"1* the favored upper South Pork and in Kobe

I bers from the different precincts recently returned froma Visit bass bait It Is a small silveryor : Sound ditches. There are also.

L. 'a; t' For Jfour Convenience .. eI were ,'attendance.. with college friends in Washing coppery: fish of the shad species tome In Jensen Savanna. U. S. IS/I AT SALERNO ROAD
I. I It : ............ ton and New York .1 Is now in caught either In minnow The next best bet after the
PI'I / WE HAVt INSTALLED ON OUR CAS PUMP Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnston WJn ton-Balem. N. C. where she seines or with a tiny bit of worm shiner Is a live bream. Live O PURCHAS F NEW
l t The New Fil-o-Matie Notiles / of Orlando were weekend visitors has accepted a position as pro- on a hair hook. A hair hook, by warmout do not work quite so
o, j' FOR of his parents Mr, and gram director for industrial girls the way 1* merely a very!' small well being more sluggish and Amqffo' Tire anc Batteries
t I HAfETt ECONOMY: CON NIENCE Mrs R. T. Johnston In Walton. I with the'' YWCA. She 1 Is the minnow hook. less attractive to bass. Craw-

\ Moto Sway Mr*. Florence Cave and daughter of Mr. and Mr. Dale The shiner Unhooked either fish gathered from roadside INV ijiGATErBL\NOVV!
I I MODERN! METHOD OF LUBRICATION I daughter Annette, arrived Saturday I Jackson nf the Drive and a ffrftduate ---- --

;f.'I."' I'I. CLINTON: SPRAT WAX I ICUir at Edenlawn from St. of the State College for SALERNO BOAT YARD J ick, Courteous, Efficient ice
: ryr ? PROpUCTS\ I Louie. For many winters they Women at Tallahassee.She HANDLES GIANT JOB ROTARY CLUB
: I ; : 1 l'STUART' SERVICE have occupied the Machan or is sharing a room.lthDot STUAHT N* esaisa..w.r..e.
; STATION I house in the trees In this delightful Lancaster, college friend Boat-Yard at Salernohas cHUnaM'S la :ta I I C E. BEEDLE bwneP.
't' 1 ", T" nUIT OPEN SAT relit W. G acne locality. On arrival from Daytona Beach who Is Toley'a e- R r. IOHNWICI
i &' the set Just completed repairs ''on ,,__.
1" hey[ were dinner guests at the well-known by younger I Boi 13'V ales.rtN. .
: ,
i : Blue Goose of A. D. Merwln\ and in this section Miss Lancaster' one of the largest marine jobs aM .asso a I. I 1 f. 1 r.f

J"" 'hL'' I } Arthur Phillip holds the position a* director ever )handled by a local boat r ..... .
r Iil Opening their winter home at for industrial business girl*. works -The firm completely re-
1 : ,\\il ; Y ? Edenlawn recently were Mr. and since college both girl ..haveeen
( ? decked a 175 by 3} ft. barge belonging A BIG BUSINESS
Identified -
Sauck actively
Mrs. Victor COli of I > tq' the Eagle Docks
;" ,y ft. r No More Than Center, Minn. Girl Scout work and were director Warehouse Company of Miami Oft SQlJARE bEALS
Risking last
I 1. i- Ticket are on sale for the in the Tampa Camp Some 23.000 feet of new
3 j : I Walton-Eden Club-dance tomor- summer. I J'
I Your Home planking was Installed". The ] Phone
I It t 1. w row night in Community Center, was started Sept 1, finished
ItF Walton. Pasrhal's Rascals or- Plan are under way for an
In. Tuesday.
equate or chestra will furnish mush: for Indian River Drive Association 3551

.M U safe Wiring 'dancing, starting at 9. There party In Walton Community Rivers In the Smith !are muddy! :
I i f r will be a door prize spot dance Center Now 20. It.I\ going to
x-caiise there\ aren't enough trees
: t prize and a variety of dance be a Thanksgiving affairanddetail I
i ;, and honor awards will be announced dater
r, ; I : US who entertainment chairman Mr*. i PAtAZIHARDWAgg
i : FO GUARANTEED Women of the Drive have by
I I .
? BUY' Junk
1 I WiRING "gone all out" in lending assistance Walter -- ,
d e to 4-H Clubs and attendedthe w'ec d car SASH DOORS
t ; Enroute to;winter home ,icrap
t t ', council meeting Saturday i rLAsmCEMENT
t;, J morning In Community Center : In West Palm Beach Mr. and copper d ass.S .
I r'lf. ; ; I Fort Pierce were Mrs. W. H, Mrs. Sidney Cain of Hempstead '
i : : 91thrTJr1 Cochrahe. Mrs. A. J. :Jackson.j L, I, topped In Ankona for 'SAUT (i t7 nooRINQSIDL"lG

: :\\f.. Mrs. Joseph Worthington, Mrs. weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. RTS
; James Askln. Mrs. Cheater A' John Roenbeck,
.. t : ; Cole,. Mrs. R. A. Melton and 1 After a number of, days visit South ixie hway
,', 1,1* Mrs. Frances Blackburn. 4-H with his father, Jame. 8. Askln, Hob/ Sound Lumber & Supply I Co. Inc.
1 !' Club presidents! !' pod delegate and Mrs. Askln In Ankona James ore Pierce ,
)w j" t from each group were In atten. 3. Askln Jr.. has returned to hi hone 129 E. j. ARNOLD), Owner
II ,,' dance participating\ in plans for home In Miami
'. the winter. Mrs Irene Roberts, -- vC
I' I Phone 353 4 cOlJuloua -
\ St. Lucie home demon'stration !
.tRVICE: County !
agent, presided and 'E-I
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i 1 tt urged a progress that wouldbring
,1'til 1\;\ happiness to ail InterestedIn '

,, ''t- ABS. CTSt this work. I,. nrf> NEW jrtmn 't isdittinctiT Winys.Onrtsn8s latflt-I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F.:'Coch-
sports phutoa with led ptrformincethat T -
: rane of Arkona have as their
1 makes each trip a driving/ thrill The Jttpntt l
Mrs Cochrane's sister,,
f' .
less than other ndard-uM
'i' M.a.e..t Mrs. L J. Sheaffer and daughter weight uv car
E..s.M Agnes
'r A "K G'A.wlt. Sue from Lancaster, fa: rolli up record-htating gee mileage,s sides with
f I flerlol. Title' "......ot.. TtSflwW "'
:\ Miss Agnes Brennan, Mrs. toed baapag sesoothaesse M
Title!'. .... ... a.,1 Ow Si.seoeeo.ooI 11
:, Herbert Edwards\ of Red Bank,
1 N. J, and :Miss Eva Kraemer of
; a;, J., arrived this \
.I 'i: Olen Ridge, .
; ; : Abstract & Title insurance Co. week for a visit with Mr. and g .
f Mrs Joseph 9 Worthington In

I t q ROY S ST ES Ankona. While motoring down
'I" 11 Executive f ice- -dent they spent the put week visiting BLAZES THE
+ places of interest on the weal
i : I y I Arthur pehon Building. f % .Stuart. ;.florida coast and Interior of the State.
'ii ,: i f Their itinerary: will 'Include
i South Florida. After a month's SEVEN PIONEERING CARS AN0 TRUCKS
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!3 stay their return will b4! along

the east coast.
Waterfront Properties Leaving- Saturday for Charleston -

': S. C., were Mr. and Mrs.E. J.

It 1 \ j Along the Indian andfst. Lucia rev%a and Bob Bound Leach from Hampton Va., who

i can Frontage concluded a two-weeks visit The first station wigooT with all-iteef
with her brother and Wife. Mr. A
body and -the Stitio VTt
top 'Jeep' 'I
I I'P 1 and Mrs. H. U Ebner in Eldred I
; 1 i The Ebners. distinctively Florida e showed the way to wider practical uj .

: boosters took their guests to fuloesi and greater sateq, .. I
:';1 L] en, : 0 Miami for a couple of days In
tf, ) ; Charleston the Leach will be I The $wheel-drive / >''TncMi the
I I I't f 'rL > of another brother, J. W. J
I'' 'i / guest\ .olume-produced vehicle < t* kind .,,
{\ Ebner and family. From there
I d ned for Off-road
durj pf lough
j /v' e they go to Washington' D. C,
''I n Leach grades Js bad road .
,... Where his brother Bud ,, ..a *
i IPd .mr will be their host Persons men-
The V<3 t. 'JttfJf the first all-
tioned have all been winter vl-
U ln
a series nr, a
I tutors along the Drive. purpose farm fchiclejCilt for HM both
t with else
dummy and Comfort ol t Mdu plus the I bud
i Till'REP'STATION WAGON, with .1I-stset ?
in tractor work\fjbt hauling or lowing
) GATES-GRECN IpKiouintM of iu all-iicel tution-w>|o bueb- and lop, U diulpurpitwxmxxhriilinK pi*

WIM WEDDING PLANNED at highway a rt Mules tar tad a practical vhkl hi ktuhatiTM

1r December wedding has been The Dcwjttjftr U Africa'* lowest t
Miss Barbara Ann a
I planned by
,d f' yt'1 I + 1 Green, daughter of Mr. and weight itaodsiM tar Vttlnctiv* in

tYI at Mrs Shalor Green of West Palm s' appearance et ahead in cc my.
Beach, and Phillip Custer
Dates tort' of Mr. and 1 Mrs The 4/dF SMln S*f** 1 L as ircly _

t rl Charles Bernard Gates, winter flew tjtfot car, combining edaa

resident of the Drive from fort iih tatioo-wagon tpaciontne?
Charleston. W Va. Th engage- iu. ,
RI- ii pioneering by WiUrt-OrerUnd-.

I Ung car and truck to actual ntedt-

____ fit brought world-wide success to these?

RE LSTTE more useful, more ccooomkal vehicle.

'b TS1'Rw'Awn DRIYENT ogee smut appeals Wd Invite you to tee how fully Willyt. t

act *D( hw with low operating cotes, Ihudn Overlaod' postwar product meet your IWIVtil 'JBr' 6 ;Ameria's east errs
I 10 low weight and die 'Jxp EogiMiwbM hW' l creme
i transportation and hailing need*. tf1aassmid +
tractor, modus pas ud !w

: sad 4-WHE#UlIM riucri
Prop : of all kind.f < drive, t kniUn| com 'JDP' tNttpwfotm oneugh *
wntioo.1 tracks _
I Id lag snip and low on croM-coaaay kwliag,,.
or sale Derating and taimatact costa a eo e grades *""alI mud., seed. sad ftowt

....... aUM .
Mao r to ahd insur.

h Llatlngu/ Improved and Unimproved\ Properties ante

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TRE.STtTARt,NEWS, ITUART! MARTIN, tOfJVTT, I'LoRtnA*! i1ti! tsaAt, NOT 11, 1'1411' ,AC f i t 1-01.. : ';

SALES, cash total ---,. -
represented receiptI 1
ie. Mo, 11-Florida for 1,864rcattle and 1820 hogs.! Compulsory Health Plan In Jensen Beach CHURCHES Of CHRIST SCIENTIST REACTION TIME CITED : S ) i/, '

nv producers carried home Th. two market for which cash' j Bf CHART,OTTE RELLtERMr :,.."MORTALS..bjIK III !'AND 5,. ....IMMORTALS"____.. shkk. .l M painstaking East Alton test HI: The made most I "Sewing Martirt County"
cash total of S20U82.0'J figure were unavailable han iirill .W m>4 hi Ch.n*.. of chriM. total (ever up STUARrs
Idne sales centers during dled 1,151 cattle and 1911 hogs, Tied to 'Political Piracy'Two 1 A.I E!: Emerson ha* returned "It.'... IWotirto,. u.. work..! .. .Sii.l.rS age to date time to it determine take a hooter the aver to

!y III t weekly report period I making a total of 9 015 to her home here from Gene v .14Th. .. .. recognize a target and pull the '
reports available cattle OoM. v l to, "If r* U.. ..furhy
rd1nI .to and 4.E31 hog handled on the different '.. Ohio, where '.114 alias been ,. > n..h. M ."h.ll dk "hut If e. th'.>hh. trigger of a shotgun have now \ lI lI'JllI 1(141(
in .J; ck speaker earn let taht would cover all medical
11 MarketsflceThia Cooperating\ market, visiting relative, phi was at- ', "pflt' .. usury th. 4ral of th.bodr .. been Completed It ls 1 the current :
15 to
state conclusion that socialized and hospital care he Mid I I r' dull Uv." (Rovi.M. sits). belief, based on test mad I .
medicine would destroy the I The second speaker, Dr. William !. companied by her. mother AM.m ,lh Rations which mnvrlMi. 1 1lb. in 1932, that the average reae ;
foundation of Mrs. Anna McCarty, who will .. .. Phone 14 For Schedule
democracy la this liMnott-AvrMOtt fai ti Coll iiff froM tlon time Is J.IOtM of a second .
country !In addresses before New B RawlSt In an 01:$. 25 Inaugural spend the whiter with her. the| Bbta, 'tlo W>|.. thl> .rroptlbl. ,-.--
OWERS For All OCCASIONS York groups this week Both address a* president of Mr and Mrs. Curt Nyberg .10." h... cut M .lM>rni.tl. were discussing the proposed the Medical Society of the Coun- I who have been guest of Mr. ...rt-I. .h.5 .1. put .. JsmwW/l., / Armistice pay
t... ....11 b. braurht .. .... th. ..,...,
VETS .'. CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS compulsory federal health Insurance ty of New York charged that and Mrs. Carl Fischer at Pine ,k.t /U .,ltI... O..th it .w.llo....<. .,. PIANOS1 Program
legislation advocated by compulsory health Insurance Lodge have returned to,. their In i .",..,," If O.Hthl.15,511., 1 Day Only
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS President Truman would result In the eventual socialization home in Chicago :TW" 'LmM.'Srn.mi: !" Inrlnife. th.
The first, Charles A. Togut, a of field of Mitchell of West mll.wl.g,... PMRMM fror th. Chrtoll.nH Thursday
aDd IM* 6RTED' all endeavor Douglas u-fttbouk. "M...... .,d HtHlth
DOM CERAMICS New York attorney active In Voluntary ." Palm Beach spent a few days with. tin M Ih. Kerlpum/ ," b, Mtrr The Beast of TerrorfHrnr
bealth programs, told the Both speakers estimated the here with hi father M. M .llrfi kr/ Kddy.'. e:.r.Saff.rinii.l. Whra, .1111.11 dj.iu ,RcteiunivWMlly dymc I II. tt
SMITH'S R T SHOP KIwanis Club Oct. 27 that medicine coat of the proposed national Mitchell, and ldr. and Mr. 1,. D. I. .,.,..... ..o.<.l>.tad. lh., will ...... f d Mm km you Neal '1 '
'. most deadly enemy today health program way. up In the McElfresh 0 m.rt.1 o ...'eT!It...man M 4Uln for nut. imkaH to 4.r". j I ti.ADVFNTbOE able 131s f 1 1t 1t.
w FLOWERS Is not disease, "but pernicious billion of dollars annually. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold' Taube. .Th. .I.1-: :"Il.7-- :
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de Bld $t., Ftfcerc. Phone 310-J political piracy." Togut fixed the cost at $9.900.-' Miss Rita Taube and Robert UmlUd.d' -(H lM kmotr.e and nwdnnn| wllkimro .
His to 000,000 in addition to Peck of out a .ia.M: I
counterproposal government a year- Stuart spent Sunday In bodily e. pan..o..st --
control was the formationby $S.800.000,000 now contributed Vero Beach with friends.Mr. '"......thlf. ....III.., ..only.... .I1Nne v.rlinlil.4" .Mrlt.rP,. .!. life insurance companies, the annually by labor and capital for: %nd Mrs. T. W. Tptegrove 1(118',' .
American Medical Association social Insurance. and daughter Marlon, spent the .1
r. and the American Hospital Association Dr. Rawls' estimate was between week end In Oeorgta Mrs Segprstrom. Mrs.Gamble,
idle of a National Institute $10,000,000,000 and $13- Mr. and Mr*. Robert Momm of and Mrs. Backus played bridge : ER t.s t..
[Your ipfoney of Health Insurance to provide coo.ooo,ooo a yea, or e to 8 per Washington, N. J.. arrived Tues with Mrs. Charles L. Gay Thurs I
voluntary sickness Insurance Insurance cent of the national Income. : day to spend another season. at day afternoon. High score was Musi't! l Co
companies could Issue a Political doctors become political -' fiegerstroma. won by Mrs, Gamble, nym
Cane universal medical Insurance pol- tools; political affiliation 'Army pvt Jerry McElfresh; _, lv
!I must never become the measure who ho been stationed at Fort ,.
Of professional ability, Mr. Togut: Jackson S. C. is spending a t rvI
told I KlwanlanS leave with his Mr Ind4rs '' I;
the here parents West PfclmfBeach 1 d w w. tors a )
2'2Per"A "The moment we vest In government and Mrs. L. D McElfresh. He aLa,I tt..ttw G wt.Th a Lod I Num.. + lij}
the care of the body we will be transferred to New Jer- Has A! o plate a..111..1 ;
I Imprison the political soul of See Walk riaGrand VII1.p Mu.t.r i.n..d a eh b Hu.WI'A LurbM.
every 'voter" he charged. "The 8etfr. and Mrs. t fc Tobin of Asso t entor
urn \, v strangulation of the country Iowa, arrived this week to spend Neva jan04Ma Lai.SaraAId.LNII -. As ssttrat
80.000,000 voter through the politically the season at .Ward Lodge. Display i tmuutUr, 9k.Jfc. mMr ; (,
controlled and dominated Mrs E, J. Ward was hostess to
I ure Savings doctor will be the lost horizon the Tuesday Bridge Club at Sey- Childr 'i and
of contaminated bureaucracy mour'* Tuesday afternoon High ewelWad. H 'na Friday Saturday
ounts "The consequence of federal score prizes were won by Mrs. C k inge
control and regimentation will .Lewis Gamble Mrs Charles Nel- I 115 ...11 MI.. .. TripU Treat Program
The Federal Savini nd Loan Insurance Corpora- i Hertel. ,,. C br senanic t No. 1 .
be that the private life, accident son and Mr* Adolph Ml. h. a II y..l J..fya
ion Insures IndUIduaMuccounta to $5,000 Husband and health companies will be Others playing were Mrs. R S. U Cbd. t ,., s.a.thlaeb and Their Maddest, Merriest,
sd wife mar have tdfltof $15,000, fully insured. marched next to the govern Robertson Mrs. Arnold Taube ,ial.a and 'p. W.Ih,.. b.. ache Most Terrifying Escapade )
Federal tavln/s alrounts legal investments kling, Mrs. Seymour S /1.sett .... s.1 .u.h. ?
are Joe
ffit mental guillotine in the guise of Mrs. .., nssend of All!
'or Trust Funds, as/eli AFunda held by Guardians, e'i ot New political and autocratic expedi- Gideon, Mrs Laura Howard Cs.hok.PL. A .Matt t.y.r.r.y units a/' I106NGf Jt1W51TR '
Miss Georgia Turner Mrs C H.
tdministrators an/$xecu 0.J Ife! ency. w1tluR
"Ouarantees of professional Alderman Mrs. Minnie Klpp I inter
J 5all orWrite We'll e your worn liberties are dictated In Mr. and Mrs. Ward.MELALEL'CA. t rr! DY7AM ,

fatigue tires a "second Ewlng (Oscar R. Ewing, federal Plus ,

FE\ERAL wind" / lat'll make 'em social bill of security rights for administrator the doctors) Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn LODGE Gay,
ride Jike and-new Bring dentists, and ethers but under parents of C. L. Gay arrived RECONDITIOEDJARANTEEI
in your Id tread-bares governmental domination and Saturday from Endwell N Y ,
Savi and Loan \\ssociationof yi I guidance those liberties. right. to spend the season. M Ifft JUlDtMEY
today. W I renew 'em in/\ and privileges are quickly reduced Guest at the lodge during the ;

Indian River Coi ty a Jim! to political slavery." past few week ends were Mr :: Grands ,, '

VERO BEACH, FLORIDA RealO Ie Pricta Mr. Togut stressed that hi, estimated and Mrs Arneson Danla; Mr. t Spmette
I total of $15,400,000,000 and Mr. Swearlnpef, M. D. tft
;di/th Street Dial 2137 Stuar Recap which would be spent on ocial Chamber. Mrs. Bally and C/&E.Wainer Studio ; r, ;
Se i ice Insurance programs If 'a health daughter, JO. and Mr. and Mrs. Upright '
E. W. Sef wlck, Secretary-TrQ, surer insurance program were passed James L. LewiS, all of Fort Lauderdale '' Mirraplan s Then the Chijk and .V'" '
ember Federa> Home Loan Bank and Federal Chason't Ser 'cc Statsou would be more than the total ; Mr. and Mrs. C M. JEWELERS Laughs ]B (nl :

and Loan Insurance Corp. HIGH u. spent for national defense for Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W .T. -PfJ( 2r t tI ?
Savings SO. FED v a. aPh.
194$. It also would exceed by Steldley of Lake Worth, and Mr. iceola Ave. Stuart, Fla. Easy PaymentsIf I Famous 4tfctr --- ,1.b .
kurrent dividend rate., .. etsi atlwf, Fm.. billion of dollars the entire an- and Mrs Sawyer and on of DesiredBRUBAKER Fighting Son! i '. I

... nual budget Including debt retirement New Jersey Is WfWISTS, gA 4 .' i
o --- T -- ------ ;
I of the United' States "
Government from 1929 to 1939, ,
he stressed .
FCourse DinnerServed "The: coverage ultimate for goal every V 100 man percent and Music Company ,

woman, child and those In *e- f /
Ph. 7J4!
I 119 Datura
Ing he emphasized. \ on 6 legs
; I Mr. Togut aid the, changing- 206 Datur/ Ph. 2.3175'
social and economic order requires $69.50 Value $5950 I
that leadership in medl \ WEST I LM BEACH
cine and industry recognize the \ TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE J t

Sunda\ From 11:30/ / A. M. Till 1 8 P. M- need must economics combine for modification in force medicine.to developa of They the Ft. Pierce Sleep ShopFort I The Com PJm ete Beaches Music Store Most

found voluntary health plan to Pierce, Fla. 120 N. 2nd St. Phone 710 I No
Daily 5:30 P. M. Til 8 P. M.: serve all the people, he aald .. Idol f Million( The One
rom With this general recommendation end/Only "St 'ERMAN"Chapter

Dr Rawls was In agree- o. S !' '' '
FRUIT CUP ment. However the detail of
old Medal Cartoon
his proposals differed from MrTogut y'
orTOMATO '* suggestion for a huge PUSS N' DOTS" ',
JUICE life-insurance-sponsored health

CONCH CHOWDER program Tel t avert socialization Bicycle Gi away
of medicine, he said, voluntary Saturday, 4Court' 0PM.Sunday .
health and hospital Insurance O USE THE
I r EASY '
FRESH VEGETABLE must be widely developed; hos 1 1IDEALSPO
CHOICE dF. pita bed increased; plans for SHOP
-$1.25 I aiding the Indigent advanced, i ,E
Broiled Sea Trout -- -- and public health service tep-

Frog Legs Saute Mukiere. .91.75 pod up.
.$1.50 "Wherever there Is socialized Npnday $+1 p
Bahama Lobster Al\Newberg medicine you will find socialism, u 1
((2 Day
It Broiled pompano, emon putter ,$1.75 fascism Nazism, or communism Y-jMVAY
$123 declared "So. PIAHtawhrtM Crand Fun |. for the ,
Fried Jumbo ShrVnp, Tartar Suce ,_.. Dr: Bawl ( e

f.o Fried Select OAter*. Tart* Sauce ...---.. .'-,....- _.. ..$l.25 clalism dictatorship I W, the Once antechamber started, the of In Whole Technicolor Family 1 1 t

taw of political Make room in your heart

,'Pot 'Roast of Beef ...... n_.. .. .... ......._.........$1.25 clallain ever closer to theupolice Rf for Peggy >{and the

0' .... 0 -_ __....--t-$1.35 state." laid what U Boy She Loedl I plhli
Liam Hawaiian Rawls that
Breaded Veal! Cutlet .....:...::..:........._$1.25 happening Dr to medical practice in JEANNE WILLIAM CRA1N HOLDEN 1

......_ ..:, $J.25 England ahould "serve as a .ma/ .
Fried Liver and Onion and Edmund C' enn in
Chicken ....__......-'___....._.$ warning arre.tthe sttK
Fried Spring "We must prepare "ApartmentForP
Roast Prim. Rib eel Au JuL ,___ ..__._ ,_....$UO avalanche of socialism before ggy" '
it gain momentum, he asserted -
VEGETA E L POTATOESSA : With Gene Loc hart

D (There are, to be sure, many Griff Barn t'
honest people with neither rom r Randy Stua y ,
RRdXD ANt BUTTERHOME munUtlc belief nor leanings -AddedMerrie ';
HOME MADE PIES \ MADE CAKES who, unaware,of all the facts, Lr Melody rtoon
favor.oclalled medicine In the ii
HOWArtp JOHNSON'S ICE misguided belief that It, would \
COFFEE QR TEA result in the betterment of 7LIGNfl r I
American medical care, But it QdMtOKd / Tue .Wed.Nor. ?

Is the Communist scenes are the MSCOUT" 16 17AVIATING t
In this ?
the .
Special l l/niier \Served Daily people effort The to new behind reclame medical us.society" president '' S UNIT FREIGHT. TRA "

cited a 1M7 report of the d 5.0 big sseaj. I
tongreaslonal subcommIttee on motlw with under, gondola cA oil
I publicity and propaganda, accusing ear and s.b.e.e Track temt
( I certain government bu- 21.15 wha le a.dgse..f Iraek, lGt.f41 d iMIrAND
I reaua of campaigning for compulsory
< health Insurance .
95' I

'. i It i I. reported that the first bath l AND UP AND
United States wa $
I.' 'Mb med in the
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t i' ,\ ';(;; Prince Due for a featured role 111 Allied Artiste ,Noon and the Gulf of Mexico- EDWARD MILLER' ASKS pier to above 'ciescrlbed except A'rosolutk n csfh, tee "nd
\ : nger PERMIT MODIFICATION that !It would project to0 the mellow and uwserveto, d
technicolor headed
t n production too: Odd Forest Walking Trees Parker the craft south, rural "
133 feet. It I1150 ,
: Feature Role to hit the sets. called "HeavenWhere 11 toward cape. Sable; The gulf Application hall been made to waterway greateruret
M' 1'1: t ,' .. for You Plod R", tarring/ was calm. W. were only a few the Department of the Army by proposed to place two mooring. 'rovkhng future e d
Is Feature of National Park each side of the boathouse. vu ,
J JrAGt I"I I ,i I" ,to Wilmington, Ohio: Slgn oni" Charles Laughton hundred yards off ahore. We Edward MIller ot New Hyde piles OD pgsedecentrkt
I' I. modification of I I end II Wclfus
Park L. for
'U1e dotted line" was welcome I Little Ginger will play the fea- could see' the ruin left by the g,.,
'1, hurricane which passed over the permit Issued Nov. 25, lK1 to
t. ,aeWl to Kroer Babb and his I lured Juvenile role. This wUl be
l' : just pne 'of a hurried lot for By NIXON SMILEY tlnera were covered by email Florida keys and this area ID construct a pier with boathouse
r.. .. ,tone sesoclatet when of he Hygienic arrived C'inPr Holly.:, Ginger who will bave the ltar- Miami Herald I oysters, Parker called them September, 1935. In the North Fork of the 8t. Lucie I We Have Moved to Our New Store
: ) ,,' ring role in HYllenlc'1 feature- Imagine a forest as big U'' The carcasses ot dead mangroves River The conatructloft would
GLIDr'ATV wood this week and was met by : oysters""Never 307 E. Fourth Street
Dade Count made up of 'creen their trunk and limbs be at Wller'l! easterly shore
:i'i'Ad 'Lv,' t Steve Droldyor Allied Artists\ length 'One Too Man, U well "
heard ot .
) ,1jpa i'' :i ''ho, Ia seeking the services of U the major lead-In and closing forested ,islands and endlesswinding anybody bleached white by the sun, stood property. Lots I and e. on Sunset NEW and USED FURNITURE
\' r 'jp" role of the clnecolor masterpiece watercourses that lead them he Ald. At night the above the forest waU Dr; about mile upstream
I I Jlttle 8-ytar-old Olnget Prince and nowhere coons climb out on the roots and from the railroad bridge at B.: MINSCHKE
4 f. I'.. temporarily known U "TheI everywhere "These were the tallest mangroves -
, : : r unuununmm ununuln now I I Lawton Story", scheduled for Thia It the enormous mangrove crack 'em open. If a JOan ever In the world before the Stuart.
Palm I ,J ,I," fJ NC completion early In 1949 In order garden that makes up the lot hungry enough, 1 guess 1935 hurricane cut them down," The original permit authorizes
*: 4 i 'I' 1 '" ESSMA that its world premiere may be Everglades National Park along they'd be pretty lood." Beard said "That Jtorm cut 25 a umber pier t&project Into the
Wttbbr, : ;','I 1. ; an TER ONS 1'1 I presented at Lawton, Okla. duro the southwest coast of "orlda. Air plants plneappl.-Uk. bromeliads -, feet or more oft the .kyUne. The river about 100 teat from the I
, albly ;,:!j,11 t ,'" f\fI, 'I: F tale. oFatia log Easter week. When a big forest Ia turned and ,orchids decked the forest Ia making a come-back hilh-water shore line, at approximately roere sit..6y Joe b
} '/ I ; Mabee bald Ginger It the daughter of Mr. Into a park, workers 10 into the gnarled, sprawling trunks of the but It wW take Ume.- I right anile thereto -
-f, 1 1fl Ir., ,,;: : sae / .ANA I and Mrs. Hugh Prince of Atlanta, woods with axes and cane trails mangroves. Beard spotted a: the riverward 40 feet being a
t' ,' Alllllllllll IIIIIIIflI111111111Hllllllp formerly of Stuart. for horses and motor earl. In butterfly orchid In bloom, The Florida" Forest\; Servic\ Oluslee U-Ihaped structure enclosing a,
; 't' 1 \, the Everglades National Park" email yellow flowers dangled at Nursery bd been\ dolOO by tilt slip 12 feet wide With a boa Dunk pf
/ } .
r tit;I 1 r" III_ IIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllll mangrove ,forests water courses the ends, of slender, toot-Iona SOllthern Educatlonul Film Ploduc1hel.Sorviee boWIe erected thereon. The center y 4
1 are the only tralll. Nobody Item. line of the ahoreward end of
blued them haft been Whltewater Bay Is five miles for the purpose the be located 50 Not ilk?
r : !: 8 E C K 'E R' They pier would
," f I there for centuries, ever wind. wide U miles long and three of h.klng emle scenes 10 go with feet northerly from the southerly -
\: ; :J' Ing never ending feet deep. It i Ia 10 shallow Parker their lllitalt prodtk'lk". "Tim Birth I line of MIIIer'1 property. He Dsaklsa. 4eallinl. ,Is Seber t ilk
i I 3 Miles North of Stuart on U. I g"j The Everglades: NationalPark'i said that It hu nq big fish; fiE A Southern rille: now proposes to construct the Hopklsa. faverite. noraln5 .psetiee matter o enonal ehola Set
forest would have to swim -- --- ----- ---- --- -- M.II.kln Nste--like
3f I mangrove II truly they on ...and for a Song ties so fulheprrfr
f\ DELICIOUS FROZEN CU ARDS one of.the world's wondel'J. I their IIdel.I Iou .bees. Il''lnl' is break kiss. al W cider, see to P, Aod thin,

: I dI Hot Doge Hamburgers .s dwiehesit = law It under the guidance of I The little mangrove islands habIL Feels It sets I bad e Is we etldolae than d terean, ,t tfar
f I Dan Beard park superintendent, that dot Whltewater Bay lopk 'WILLIAMS & SON
I II '/ Cold Drinkl- Coffee .. Mil Shakes tile children, tuls the better,
I i r' and In the company of Dr just alike. You wonder how
"'I ", George Ruehle, head of the Sub- Parker or anybody else can pilot 80 OM DlonJnl.he aha.vy Is Ft. Ma Ilephhe rlwnrFfeoetingetcboeelati
j \ i erpinl Breakfast S1 Federal Highway at First SL see sbo,; lb. Savor
tropical Eperlment Station and a boat from one end to the other he doutrhaula .rats,

I. I I II' d I I, \\1 OPEN 7A.M.toliP. George Cooper PrInceton farm- without getting lost. SERVICE THAT SATISFIES ...IIrur\nr\ tha .11. step kim eswreddouehnutsduo
'" et, Barney Parker, who says he Most of the mangroves that Sober thinks Row or,while sad fhst sic tried It Serve, 1wq.these
t, 'I ; 1 IIIIIIIIIItIII11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111' .!! ... ..., I '. .! ......, I.!!ltlll' 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi I knows almost\ every one of the hoe Whltewater Bar and cover SIN IR CAS & Dunk! T r IImitell And yeuve guesud k-de's a
,; I I II --- 1I1I1110ns of mangroves in the It Wands are small You don't WASHINGING RICATION Sober eompli a the "mines on duaker,test
,1 ; yy' grea wu our pilot o see the spectacular giants until the'lovely Savor!
( i I'i !pr
r c a4JO Our tight cabin cruiser pulled you pass out Of Whltewaler Bay TIRES, BATTER SUPPIJES
I I I out from the little ranger ata.Uon Into Oyster Bay Here the man" i ROAD I Pease roll always hi two
: i ;, MOS EYPLUMBING near Coot Bay a' S a.m. Ina groves stand eo to 70 feet hlah. ichoo1. of oughts to. dunk.r not

few minutes we cleared a harrow In some ,places they are 10 P E 8122
; canal and thick that they stand almost
"t; mangrove-lined
: Ce/O'f r'.M to III,, Y[I"Id" Srmn Rrrwro rwrddrtDo1Ln /
The fellows
found ourselves bussing through trunk to trunk. big
,\ 'rte I Coot Bay. stand 01\ ',enormous crab-like rude
JOBBINGNTRACTING From the center, Ute bay seen roots that make them look like '!:::J& r JJU"." k
Pr pt, Efficient Service All ork Guaranteed enclosed by a solid ring of mangroves skeletons of prehistoric monsters -- -6' I Marts

NIGHT D Yust But you couldn' get In the muaeume. s vet gA
( : t lost here, The bay Ia too small Our boat glided around 'little IJ
I Phon 246s In the fall. Parker said:coots Islands, through narrow waterways Nome MARTIN COUNT.. I and
and ducks come here In great between perpendicular -
t 1J I Cro.WI
numbers green walls suddenly to emerge 5t"A >I
t j --r This It the best dud!: pasture Into calm lakes, circled by mangrove BUSINESS DIRECTORY M
s ,r In Florida" he laid, "The water walla. ,! Homs I
: I r Is shallow and the bottom It This natural arden Is. one of I County
COUTA T covered with a kind of grass that few places on the globe which
Your Bu.ineaa Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business
": 1 ducks seem crazy about. They hat not been modified by man, .
-- -
'H : ,1',1'f come here and settle on the wa- although It bu seen the march
t COM ERCIAL PHO OGRAPtIY ter 10 thick that It looks like you of historic events Pirates sought '- -
,. t couldn't throw a' rock without safety here from the law not J.MURPHY i [ incHFoji"" COMPLETE
: F R
;i' :f f, t': < aI Estate Pho graphy bitting one." 100 long ago. Indians paddled '- i : AqHALE i iI IFJ trie and Refri
creek Ia the their the calm waters
Tarpoon only wa- canoes on
it f 11: i'), H "I'l ; Attractive P tos of Your Fieh g Party Catch, terway between Coot Bay and centuries alo. Not far up Shark ROOFING I I lion EERYFloor"
No Job Orroa
if Whltewater, Bay. We slowed River have been found piles .of mating te
t ': J' ;'j : > PORTRAI AND AERIA HOTOG HY down to dodge the long fingers shells left by ancient Indian I I and acre?Bate I AND'I I Small
''f"" of the mangroves that reached U'lbe. The mangrove forest IsIs I OBE SOUND

, I i. Krueger Bldg. Box 26 one 324 far out Into the water. These p.1m\tlv.\ now u It w. then.. and FInIShi Seafood I Roof Repair ECTRIC COe

.... I II II Iltll I II 1111111 III III IIIII III IIII III 111111"I II I 111111 III IIII III I11II I"I IIII IIII III III 1111111 IIIII wlroe.taAU..e aztaa "all Men.
Phone 339-J Box 604'- Bait For' Sal., Phon 9141 and Learn Phone
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News Review
; ,; Veterans EN BEACH Menage I Ns hone
: tr I STIJT. FLA. was P. 0. r. III !lobe
I ',: YOURREIM E Joseph E. Gvm V. A. Contact Officer At c smog J Stuart Flt.'f Stuart
j : ; A\ office of H. R ,Lowery Jr. Welt Palm Beach Headquarters -

e am.- pm. FrIday 712 Comeau Bldl. ... .
f can be made sefu wi aKRE I -
; Y IL URNING Payments for physical examl-/ : training time covered.. by these Foundations. Floors,
01 benefits
nations and other \
Ill",f I J; I II raise questions In the minds of Drl.w.,.. Sidewalk
: IREPLACEE ; ataH Uncle Blocks Brick, Drai
at veterans and gnawers to such Q. la1 trues that X 110 longer Billy seze .
questions! ,are Qbtalned from the can reinstate my lapsed national sea Tile. Septic Tanks

'. r I ; r FURNACE Veterans Admlnlttratlon and service life Insurance policy? AI ype, Of larin. "\awM.uee er.aalad y 1M ......... c... r. W II.I.holdin' I In fact
1 ; The
I published In this column by
I I Stuart News u a.service to out sea You itllJ) can reinstate onetruc nI Ev rythiag In CoocreUNTILE
1... ,i1": 1! i you awn hove instant veterana. your policy on a "'comparative I T for

I 1fJ '" i Mot wken you want it Q. I am a World War It ve.... health buls" within\ three n Th' ,up to ridicaJ.-

{ .; ;: i r t t / from yoye fireploui Bran and would like to know If months from the date ot lapse. 0. Bo 74 to gain I.uih I L DECKER
i VA will doctor If I 10 to I ONE a p.rbap
a pay my It your policy hu been lapsed :: 36 Phone 27
i Sort
I ithout bothering with him for an examination to determined lor more than three months, you L-- oi movie sirs, 10 drunk they

It I l 'I,' od. coot or 5455yo whether I need hoapltal wW be required to pass s phy"sical drool, ju.t .hoWI U. up for

55. In lust o matter treatment or domiciliary examination to reln.tate. SAPS The,' was Ii time when '1--- -
Used by t'mferwriter, I.dor l ,; care? Necessary premiums must be { \ .
'r'rt j f of levies a KredyI A. The Government will pay paid. I We Or J ay WOMEN wer' mo.t Jen Hd e.

't. F forced Air InduCliOrl Oil ng F vepio Fyrnoce con be the cost of examinations by a. : -UNKNOWNFOLKS TO DRINK, cn
I private physician only It Veteran Ot -' but now, ON SCREEN, they
,{ i installed' In your firepla make it no only a thing ofI Administration has given the 3 pus a. JOKES when tiny',. SURE

t I t t r beauty, but oo! for 10 mfort. You'll ove roue heat physician prior authority. for I AUneat o a 1.1.5 roil too TIGHT TO THINK! i lET

I t rlO sparks 10 worry a no open I me to menace such examination : WHAT KIND OF MORALS I TRY IEM -
loby' lof.ly. And the s us patented Kra y Forced Ale Q. I have purchased my home aal.ra n avltg to YOUNG Ii ARE
n j I and OLD alike ((7)), when
without 01 loan. May secure -
a l7
l DAY ND rya II.\Y
Inducl9"; Oil burner ru s you of econom 1, trouble.t a guaranteed loan to buy WRECK vivid MOVIES daily reach ,I APT 0
''I. o free h.ol. furniture? th"TEENS, end little like r
+ a s
achas C Cr
A. No, I The'r : Jens B
,. i I ; If PHO t parent fight to KEEP :1 n
i 1
; ; W.'U ae Olod ro D n ari the Kresky Sure. for sou. Q. I sin enrohing under the r KIDS STRAIGHTI Eater" .

or,Bill fn a college that collects I ---.-- t.inment1-Wb.t'. IT Dor

j Hall's ctric Ser 'ce tuition In advance. There Ia a _--. _-'- e Are BROADCASTS, COM
1 Will be forced to ,ICS
chance that I SHOWS, firat-rater! I
; 1! PQS FICE ARCADE drop out before the end ot the i Quinn Store PUT IT UP TOYOUI!

\ ri j Phonest Day 13 Night 335-R Stuart, semelter. Must I refund any 'Th' HERO'S .hOWD drlnkln'. BOOZE._ tb' w..ldia' woes
I money to VA? DROWNS 'JUS CLAaloaouNcwW.oa
IJ A. You must refund the tu- QUALIT MEATS I THEY WOES-a.m.kin' out STRONG DRINK t
t KNOWS! roe
I.r ltlon that'VA paid for the time sad CERIES .
i Wh_... .n this ROT
..L you did not attend, or lase the I on AIR and
---- SCREEN will xAa
It ure ACCOUNT: for quil. a LOT, when
li l Jenne each soy ST. PETER SEEN I Little .1.

r ace.., N. P Fee 5.1.PHO .

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MART! COUN ELL DRILLING our bails s or your auew. ar vevg eAY ll ages oa Subacribe: to The News The C AS NeiS

ho e Ina t NEW At cu 1 year ......--.-..-$3B tjotLp

WE ARE NOW PREP Q TO C ssified Secto your I 014 R w and w.r ,r ER use 2 year! ....-.... :.__$5 Stuart News I! Me,,. A r

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fisted the si5
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people who sell e JOB tPlnmbing d< Hiahegd I .w' Lour

ESTIMATES SUBMITTED products or nsdertenkes Finishi sh..t Metal

you may dill Th. Is Cuarante. to, PRINTING 'w nta sys4 w "-a pee "
olle you will fled other n. Nor
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