The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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JJ,108 Registered- for City Primary Election i on Tuesday 1

XHJNTY HEALTH UNIT .New Airport 6 SEEK CITY '1 ', KIWANIS__SPEAKER___Clark Heads Visiting

5LOCKED FOR 1 YEAR I Slated in 1949 BOARD POSTS, : Democrats to ,Island

------. In Indiantown 2 FOR JUDGE \ I U s.. Attorney GeneralIhornas Campbell Clark ,

heels of hour.lonif debate headed a group of Democratic Party leaders who vacationed -
the an the !
Hot on on prod Informed on It and 1U cost even- '
county health unit the County Commission \-oted180t tually would become Inclusion In ; 1949 budget r this week as guests of Col Carroll Cone at the

I 1 to sd up the unit ,during Ita current fiscal year Chairman Wall also prohibitive.cited the"adequate" of the Aviation Division'of the Incumbents" in Resume Races| RegisIration \ I l!cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pryor Jr., on Jupiter Inland,
to for Included "-""" "-"--"|U----**"----. --
Other In the I ,
din next Sept. 30 at its meeting: at the court house State! Chamber of Commerce ot group '"

.,.-.,.<..,>r afternoonHV. _._. health cart setup funds for the building.of a new Dec, 14 Vote I 1'i Senator J. Howard Mcoralh'j prise them Monday night. I'

101101to" that effect was -- ----- ,I(. now supported\ by the board. airport In the Indian town area ot : chairman of the Clark, a 49-year-old native of 'i
/ The board allowed $4,300 for the announced at the division A total 1,108 resIdents I
& by Commissioner O D, tlon.;. Mrs Travis was tional Committee, his assistant Dallas and Attorney General

ran and seconded by Com I to why It Shouldn t be question started In as unit in th. 1948-49 budget, meeting in, Orlando Monday of Stuart were registered at I William Doyle, and Leslie BUlls since June 1943, won t case with

jtontr 0, W Shipes Quin Two rejectlons-were given the Zack Mosley and A. P. Kruger city hall for participation in secretary of the U S Senate! and' a sailfIsh off St J.ucle Inlet

a. Shipes and Commissioner i view of the board assessment board by th-8tate Board ot flew up to attend and Krueger the annual city primary confidential adviser to President Tuesday,iwltjioutlhe' aid of the '

.H. Fletcher voted! for the mo- I' for that purpose! this year went Forestry and Parks. One rejected returned that night while Mos election when the 'registration Truman Also In the party ,FBI-and a Stuart Sailfish Clubcertificate

t, tommlsaloner Arthur E.3ii :.. unanswered the sale to the county of Sections ley went on to Pensocola were Mrs Clark, Mrs. McOrath attesting! to the catchis

: opposes\ and Commission i Questioning 1U value to the 19 and 24 In Twp 40, Range According to William Lazarus book was closed at 5 and Mrs Blffle being mailed to him at the

jnu.n R L. Wall did not i 42 below Hob Sound and the division chairman, the IndIan p.m. yesterday The election The Clarks, who arrived Fri Department of Justice In Wash

; W lack of need to break a 'taxpayers were Phil Pence, C. B. other, upset the board suggestion town airport I* one of about 13 will be held Tuesday with I day on their second visit to the lngton. .' !

!Ole. Arbogast., Mark,Wllham and Edward to rename\ the Camp Murphy needed in Florida to meet with the fire station poll open I 'i Island, left this morning for Clark, Biffle Colonel Wright

IIJ.IOf 'it, R Baker and Mrs' Mapp: while George Hlronl area Martin County Tropical th* approved plan for having all from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. I : Washington. McOrath Biffle Vermllya, 3,'., of Lantana and '

C,Trsvls appeared to make a moos suggested! a referendum to Park. The State office stat .airport in the State within This at Eight candidates are competing and Doyle were in Key West seeIng Colonel Cone vicepresidentOf

nthy pica lor Installation of determine! beyond doubt the I ed the name Instead will be Jupiter least 28 miles of another for three municipal positions' Mr Truman over the week Pan-American Airway, were

i mil in the county which Is county: sentiment toward the State Park. The Hendry new port would have three 2,500-wide in Tuesdays balloting, six are Cm Ian< Pk..,. end and then accompanied by accompanied by O D. Qulnllvan,

i of only three In the State! unit Commissioner Fletcher Corpora.on of Rattlesnake Fla, ft runways each 300 ft. i running for the two City Commission I President-elect Senator Al Martin County Commissioner,
and would be operated by the division T. t. F KENNEDY "
without one. Baker termed later said he favored this Idea also Informed the board steps seats to be vacated Jan. ben Barkley they flew up Monday County Judge Arthur Clonts,

investment for health Immanent ; which would necessitate! a legislative -I are being taken to reimburse the In Tallahassee Krueger for 1. while two. are vlelng for the X:<'nimlv, Stuart aUstracUn afternoon to' Pain Beach Representative Marvin H Row"
far more worthwhilebridges act. next year calling for county for damage two of its said no definite date! was set city Judge post. In the primary International Airport where ell and Prosecutor T T Ough- '
"It ,
m roads or housing a vote In opposing the unit tug Inflicted recently on the Itt construction other" than only two of the commission candidates mid Mirth Cmmly 1'II1'1'lIta.live' they were greeted by Clark and terson for a day -on the Gulf

il would help county progreisi Commissioner Qumllvan I said he I Arundel Corporation bridge\) will! be built in 1949 A lighting will be eliminated with on its Slule Ik, ull'r..tic I Colonel Cone. Barkley stayed bretsen and Mats Eddie Enge-

benefit the future genera felt the board Is not adequately I I over the Okeechobee Waterway system! ol carbide lamps wouldbe two more to be eliminated In Omri'1l'ti'ue. will speak on the there overnight while the others breteen and Mate Eddie Enge.I -
... electricity,
cheaper Kobe Sound for the on the Peter! Pan.
--- --- ---- the Dec. 14 general election drove up to I gretsen
used on It, Krueger explained. along with one of the judgeship nttfmis, And! dutiiA, ol the Slate I night before returning to WashIngton Clark sailfish measured 6 ft

ONVENTION Warren Plans Liberalism To help Its financing the candidates. (I'lniiltct. ,' .it the noon meeting Tuesday Mrs McGrathand I A In. It 1 II being mounted by ,AlPflueger

I county will! be asked to return license its Running for the commissionare I ol kiwanii: at the'rnnan', & Club Mrs. Biffle preceded their I I of Miami Blffle caught
of from
shar 'proceeds Island to sur- a .
the dolphin.KOFOED
Mayor W. R Baker seeking husbands to
sales in this county next year to tomorrow ----- ___ ____
In Coming AdministrationBy re-election, Commissioner K. 8Stimmell I --- --

IRED AT P-TA I I the aviation division, Kruejer. also seeking return to 3 COUNTY NEGROES I

I said office, Albert M. Shrlgley, Henry WARNSOF
ERNEST LYONS P. Lyons) Charles A. Christopherand

fET TUESDAY Fuller Warren Florida' business I BUS SERVICE Otto J. Matousek. Running tram I
r Governor-elect put for municipal Judge are incumbent Three Negro registrant NEW 'WAR

leaden on notice at the State!: Chamber of Commerce banquet ] attorney Harry F.Dyer and BRIDGES Martin County were among the

\P-'TA : in Orlando Monday night that he ia going!! to steer George Leeman Seeking a fifth I second contingent of 21 peace-

t i\the stu meeting at ,the ship of state into the high seas of liberalism. Ills talk STARTERS term, Dyer is opposed for the time Selective' Service regls

civic Center! Tuesday night 'held an undertone of warning that he expected cooperation -I first time. I Can Be Avoided Only By
Evans; Board
I, County Attorney Crary I j I trants to be sent by Draft -
Ij Marie McCullough, preriisv from Florida business Inter- "* <- : ,..- The registration book will be Company Steadfast Peace Efforts.Kiwants .
and Emerson Cook and -I 40 in Fort Pierce yesterday!
a talk on the P-TA ests-or would achieve his alms He pledged himself anew U Application of Sunrise Transit reopened after the primary until Told ,
Palm :Beach : without itHe I I $201000001, I Inc, of Fort Pierce for extension shortly before the final voting! of West Palm Beach, fiscal I morning for pr -Induction physical -I '
Writ the
itlon in
viewed the push through of Its bus service along Indian in December The new total ofregistrants agents employed by the examinations at the main World' War 1 with horrors
'lQsnd3l. Shesald-th; I said that he I flood control program ot attic is an Increase of 43 county for the proposed Martin I I '
November elections as "a mandate River Drive to Jensen I Army recruiting\ station In Mlami and losses beyond the human'
eaton of the State must Jus- from the people that the I Florida share will! be .18,300,000 II Beach and Stuart has been approved over a year ago when I06S were I County bridges! project still are! '[ The trio included Walter: ability; to imagine 1* a certainty ''
the expense of the new and termed it project "vita: the State Railroad In the book. Since last Dec. 3 hopeful the project will be realized I
tide of liberalism are flowing, I by there have been 118 new registrant I and are continuing their Jordan, 25; Homer Oothe, 23,. unless American and the other '
ott program *o legislators. both In the nation and in Florida" for the survival of the State!," i Commission, the Associated !
stricken Lee 21. of this earth
I' live the necessary added business Press reported! this 'we*It.I but 79 names were effort to that end Senator and Willie Waters peoples steadfastly

us The expenditure of "to and sensibly advised adapt Florida Itself l to ', Reforestation, even though It: President Joe Succa said yesterday from the \list by the commission Crary reported yesterday,afternoon The contingent also Included set their minds toward securing

Schools are larger this jrear tunes" may Involve additional taxation I heI\ expecting receipt of last January, leaving the nine from St. tuci County, two peace and leave 'no tone unturned ,

efc an increase in enrollment, I the The changing speaker was not Florida's received his full support "and U 'the official approval papers 'net gain of 43 or 4 per cent, The Senator told the County from. Okeechobee and seven I ta get 'it, Jack Kofoed, I

a!of transportation, trained I "boy candidate of pre-w.r days I It doe take new taxes them which he must have before still Commission can be It consummated is felt the project despite I from Indian River. The first, Miami Herald columnist, told ;,
nckers and salaries! of Negroxaerm. .!I the route, before tills COUNTY
orate" and Investment
who orated "Just to should be regarded a* an $73,192 the crippling blow dealtit contingent for the physicalslast Stuart ttlwanlans at their meet v
week end,
Mr* McCullough reined enthusiasms went ,
the Stuart P-TA received I whose vast Nor which will, pay continuing The service which he hopes toby by the defeat of proposed month Included 25 men,Iin/J/ at the Woman Club Friday ?' '

xrtlflcat* at the convention several direction at once and dlvldendanot as at start Saturday.' will Include Amendment 1 to the State Con- none from this county, and all .
waa he the campaign-worn TAXES ARE E PAID I '
situation Nov 2. This rejection '
''string a 15 per cent Increase I weary Warren whom Stuart saw expenditure. three dally round trips from I Senator Crary said admittedly but two ,were rejected. Induc- I Despite the fact that U .ems, ,

Mmbenhlpf I before and after Ui6 primary: He promised full ,support! I to' Fort Pierce except Sundays I makes financing the project tion of tnls pair Is scheduled Incredible that another war

Marvin H, aowe pro I Fuller Warren today Is a matured pull the citrus Industry out ol I when there will be two. Fort The taxes totaling $73.-, I more difficult but has not weakened I Nor 29. the. boards office reported should be building up among nations I
would leave County
chairman, announced\ Miss figure, grey, I week-day trip | although their1 orders In World War
so injured
and powerful h
1II0rua/and stated that < the determination -
Its his or agents
and the
11 30 am 192.74 collected during
be In Pierce at 8 and : were not been Issued
Dearston would eager Pfit have as yet
and human, both this country and Russiaare
handsome accomplish \ became :I to try for a solution thatwill
genuine I Stuart one weeks since they -
going to In first two
was arriving
of the December: He 3:30 pm. ---
pro- seat. -
working swiftly
drivers as as possible
the I'
i Erwin F Johnwlck, polo'Yeported knows In where he Is going and he highway safety In Florida "wltr, I hour later where terminal! will. due and payable Nov. 1 I for Jensen result In Beach a new bridge drawspan and ELEMENTARY STUDENTSTO to Invent and Improve new
I Tax Collector L C. -
the percentage otB knows where he is going to take the laws we have ,or'with Iew I be the Stuart Drug Corporation County two bridges linking Stuart with PRESENT DRAMAA weapons of destruction while '
here to office reported yesterday!
nce in school 1 is higher Florida -though It I* doubtful ones It It take* them. He mad No stopover 1* planned the ocean beach. making little progress to attain
would o
fear and the percentage oulens realize the ort I the northbound trip/ pat afternoon.The musical drama entitled 300 the we all want Koford
Dearaton that Florida yet the flat pledge that by Oct. 1,I II am. and 12:30: and 4.30 p,m. figure represents 184 percent -- --- Years of Patriotism will be I ,peace
lower Mis of said effeetIvemediation
the type 'Consequently
of Governor the highways 131 IN. RAIN REPORT:
1949 "any livestock on busses would leave Fort of the total assessment ol Elementary
**as many a* possible to atnd coming its way In Sunday presented by must be set up and
government Florida will be there unlawfully 4 .iff. Discounts of 4
of Pierce at 11:30: aJn and p 139748276 percent of Stuart received School students in grades I-6
I $tomorrow the music feeti4 The City nothing can do It better than
next four years.This "'
be given by elementary the has never had'a I and warned thai and Stuart at 12:30: and 8 pm. on taxes paid during November 4.31 inches of rain during October In the high school auditorium at top-level conferences Truman
State! is going U be amounted to $2,027.28, I It
"drunken will employed
f A passenger bus Observer 1:30 tomorrow night Accompanied -
M like Fuller Warren He records of U. 8 Weather : and Stalin the speaker said He
** Arthur Fowler reported Governor political and human stop." and oneway fare between was laid County taxes have John W. Mann show, Thy by the Rhythm Band the scorned the belief that such a "
I U that unique These actions wen will be been collected: 100 per cent for and
projected Pierce
W P TA membership con- a man with Stuart and Fort total was amassed on six days children will give songs meeting would be a diplomatic ,'
phenomenom Incidental to the undertone ol said: From Jen- the past three years. U 8 history all
ace she attended! keen understanding 45 cents, Succa with the heaviest single-day fall dances from ,error on our part since talks
heart and a and tell] -- -
fcrtig the program that fol- a coupled with a his talk which rose ken Beach, where the station HUDSON'RELATES being 18 inches Oct. 12 The under the direction of Miss I among lesser official have had
of the people while Indian to
'Id!the business session, John faith in himself and throughout It, will be at Qulnns Grocery, HUNTING EXPERIENCES total Is nearly$4 luther below Louise Dearston and teachersof little elect and nothing less, '

V.Visual aide Instructor: at boundless personal ambition faced Senator Claude pepper Fort Pierce fare will be 30 cents I normal for the month and the these grades Admission will seems the best hope for peace.He .
driving listened\ Intently
Uq County High School, a which Is )Just as unlimitedGovernor ; matched and In Fuller! own words; one way Dennis 8. Hudson related hU lightest..since Ma). -be- -25-cents- ----a--person.--- termed the United Nation
'ia discussion on visual edU. Caldwell is an individualist close by. the people experiences and impressions ol -- -- -- --- -- 'a. flat failure in trying to set up '
*win the schools and showtfflm I Holland I was a mlddle-of-1 "Government to CITY REPRESENTEDAT :,Wyoming and South Dakota a pattern tor peace and .under'I'
I not Just pro
a patriotic duty MEDAL AWARDING trip Date for Hearing SoughtIn I standing among nations. I allure .
on -Plant Growth Heed the-roader. Con a native Fieri- tect them but to make them during his recent hunting
that the 'school has black-hat and string-tie in those areas at thE noon meeting he said has resulted becauseof
chats City Commissioner
another projector and politician; Sholti\ a smooth opportunUUbut prosperous And what Fuller mean by: Mayor W. R Baker Stuart and City of Rotary at Chlsholm yesterday Suit Views Conflict (1) the UN veto power which
Arle I City neither the Soviets or Americans
"*. SIms, used extensively In Taller Warms Is Is the great man -Kenneth SUm- President E. F John- ;
: "the people" Commissioner him an "boneshunter" will give up and ((2)) ,the_ UNslack
SChool said triumphant wick termed
classes Gray Fuller Warren He 1* a Pensacola to Key: the '
and file from officially represented I -- to enforce its
mell of way
*sUrtln County 1* as mpderne Governor-elect already On heard him with the State Chamber I after he reported failure whether It be I a
West. at the I before without stating for
community Date for a hearing edicts One way lasting
a deer or \
efforts to get
Ue of certain technique with the feel of power he wouldn't be In Orlando in his while the
that and
glowing banquet town,
Impression or UN
of Commerce while In Wyoming court-appointed! examiner !- city peace Is creation of a international ,
"equipment\ as any other and he made It plain Monday adverse some day to having it Monday night when Ernest I other big game I special the plaintiffs\ admit the town existence police force and a general '

il tu the Staten that his allegiances-and his actions Include those from Oregon to Lyon of Stuart received the I art to take testimony in 'they deny the city exists I disarmament hepolnt.ed .
MacDonald suit program
Cub Ideal- Col. 3 Q. George Keith-A. p. Krueger
s "grailcount, will be based on Maine Medal for 1941. I This belief stems! Dunscombe I out.
*flef,:vas In charge of the Cub istic concept of 'the common I nounced the proposed budgetfor against the Town of Stuart now said, from the Supreme court',* Kofoed
1948 which acceptedand within the 80. The ,Soviet Polltboro
the club was Is being sought
Vs's. He what lood.Here'
explained people and the common WATERS, WELLS BACK .. 1929 decision that the 192S act said, to be staging a huge,1''
lit bank balance of $304.11 on day period set by Judge C. E.Chilllngworth : seems
were and their work 'andkrt "I am goingto a
sample; void and that 3E
s a CUNIC creating the city
BAND : bluff which Is being puncturedby
FROM I 1 was reported. Th* club of West Palm
minimum Oct.
<< Fulton and economic ,
Mrs B. D to raise the the city consequently has acted .
try .ueoe. with the Berlin
Rotarians Beach Oct. 22 Carroll Dunscombe -
VI Stewart den of Florida.I had three guest on
Springer, people authority
of the Wendell since that time said this
-- ,
Stuart Band Director '- ----- for the plaintiffs airlift However
't 1 for their help and coUon -> try to help.the.. spokesman such The legislative act
am .olng.to Water! and trombonist SERVICE SCHEDULED Cllf as very airlift could provide the
D. yesterday
*> In a. candlelight serv- who need help I favor asked to reported 21, 192S called for a vote
people Wayne Wells returned yesterday I5WiIsi 'M CoI'M I.... Ml Christians are ford M. Qaffney was named ex of May spark for WOrld War III If all
,lilt Cubs Initiated six memo ,only Increased "nemploy. State lush l'd __ 51 service of public by qualified freeholder that avoid It,
not trom attending! the annual tie "se _k eJi'e )10' Unite in ,a amlner to report back to Uiegeurt tare is not exercised to
''ikta their pack after which I meat benefits[ but also benefit band clinic at the municipal auditorium g.us 5uodd. TI_ Ve I.5..Ils. hisS thanksgiving next Thursday at within two months was set for June 30, 1923 but The club had U guests and 78 -
... .1.utH
f .muj the Cub long. payments to heads of families In Tampa Monday and .polnl.. 'oun. 5..5....Inu'II" 'of ..... 0..1Io 10 a.m. at the new Presbyterian Lack of clarity 'In the' court'sorders Dunscombe stated the .city records per cent attendance
1 who are unable to work becaU81ot o.k1, S W. H .U. Church on Osceola Ave. Dr. C do not show such an election -
a W. far resulted -
Tuesday, L. In the case so
hub TO PRESENT sfckness- Sensing the hostility Wells was selected from foul p*,M. Ait P.S.C A. Carrie!, pastor of that church. in conflicting viewpointson ever was held although It BROWN CONVICTEDIN

IJT SPIRIT' of business to new taxes Stuart players recommended bj -' will preside and the Rev. W. E the case'sstatue.. The defended 1* reported to have been held to THEFT FROMNAVIGATION

""""'- toe wclal Improvement"head-that Water! to the Florida Bandmas- ...1. 5:55 5,55 5l4 554. 555Is ..5' -Rowell wlll'preach. Other clergy "s Impressions reportedly bring about the City of Stuart'sbeginning. BODY
1COtd and third presenta- vled the business men two- tort' Association to Join 74 other )I.I.... II II .11'It.1t" 1035' ..se 555C. ,. will take part! a* arranged I are that the plaintiffs contention --..

1 *t Moei Coward comedy- "economic well-being advised I Ia a them, outatandlng high school players .... It .11._ .. i55,_._ sic 5i5cs. ,5550v. ., *;' that the city does not From this lack: ot authority Marcus H, Brown Jt,, longtime -

!play, "Blithe Spirit" way street" and '" to form a clinic band This band II 55 sjne"'"" 555 154 5540v. BENEFITS DECREASE legally exist and that Its bond belief comes the plaintiffs third
th and
treasurer auditor -
!b Ie liven T>y blue Fine\ Arts albeit jokingly, to take on, belpe the State school bandleader 50' Oils SiSO 5,55 5l Tallahassee, Nov. 18-A decrease issues therefore art Invalid, have contention! : that city assessments assistant '
Inc school enUlhtment.* what com of 25 per cent in the final against property 1n North of the Florida Inland Navigation
the high new to determine been rejected! although no
flui Dee a and S at a:IS He served warning on utilitycorporations are most appropriatefoTtheir THE WEATHERINCHES amount of unemployment compensation decree to this effect has been issued Stuart, east of the Palm Beach District, was convictedby :
criminal courtof
-In my pln- occurred In of 10th St aresnjustlfled. Jury In 'the
Leading part Include: that groups. Piece for the benefits This final order may or Road and south
'the first wife of tonT power rates! are too blah and contests next spring also October, With a total of 8823,282 not substantiate this 1m- Neither side feel record at Jacksonville yesterday
Vho back to, Mocking the IndustrlaUza- State Henry Flllmor. paid out., Carl B. Smith, chairman any court ,decision ha been of raising checks to a total
come are selected .. 51 presslon.Dunscomb
are 897000 from
(what ssI"s..S as
him oU'IorldL" Smiling composer and Pat I" __ O5.U'_ I of the Florida Industrial said. however.that made on this contention and speculation
by Uon
win be played nationally known II. S- V. L *
12 ,, according '
teeth he. .had.headvised .... announced today. will be deferred until district In the put years
Rice sharp dlrectoiof isit. Commission: when asked to probably
French She haS ihite(. would be glad band leader, wa guest Slat __....' O..O.e'M.le the city's default decree Isgiven. to Information received
to that he band Tuesdaj' Nisl5eso. plaintiffs contention Chilllngworth final
soUse of the the
member clinic answer on ,
the .
utility heads : AUSTIN WILL LEAD her today by Comm Stanley
with .
*'noe' its inception and W sit down by :::::; luel Aust:D will lead tho to th.. bond validityimounts Kitching, chairman of the board
toa the
reduction eV n recorded In
111 Its first plsy'Holi- and arrive at 'waters left Saturday and, ,,: If ..::'::::::::..:" .: at All Balnts Church. to admission of their No action 1* who In Jacksonville Friday
lull policy service was
that case since Judge
alr..men'taUnl Sunday for Tampa., TBS *s Invalidity although no court decree
Wells Sunday The church u a witness in
by Waveland through Tuesday
Ole i Areati'wlt(be played would be "government other three Stuart recommendedplayer ,Ej.ls .- :, .. .. ...ii ii and repaired ha been Issued, to this effect Chilllngworth denied a .
not the heavysand ,. ... b being painted the plaintiff for the case.Sentence
Stewart Herexpertence. alreemen and saxophonist Emily 5 S5 ,. .. : : He said the Judg* has : by counsel for
.> Springer bearing were 57 -: and the ground and ad lolnl nil decree on bill and wa deferred untIl
11 government the to bean a >
with The- of and Industry Morrison! Joan Combs on cemetery art being cleaned Pand stated that there appear i : r.zerO the Oct 22 hearing Dec, ISTUARt .
1 l"I her hometown of Elloxl Sown on business doubt oboe and George Bitch on, the RAINFALL improved existing municipality her
\ left no room for .. .51 1 1iI' I
help her to portray this I but II. 55
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: : j I' ninulej the member that the
'" .tor the Including
acUltJI crutptet .nxwedings!
f 1, .' 'f' b't:! 'I ..club u celebrating national edii- and t
SlbI1 ; tile fiutiiUiwi! of member
pD '%" new i iIH.ft
rif,> \ EJADI qtIind/ Ixiok/; week She
,..J" l /i 'r' \ bought! : (Kit) / the nviln change ofducitlon f Intpccteil' by the State! ihup-: BARRY COOPER tMih'

: "I ,;, )11." I \ from ,the three" Ri finn u 1 tit oiginizer: 'Mrj. fi. M. Singleton Barry, 11.yearoel'ut nf Mr
\ :.' ) : !I ami bovt and 1 the beginning of{ MnunL Mrs, Singleton com- and, sirs' "&,tm Cooper of Fort
|I'' unburst! education with Thom- mt'ndl'll l the work of the chapter Pler<* ami nephew / I :I Jdftrwm"' and bu famoui t oral
,: presented
.<\ \ *\Q Truce IXmocruryVitlionl I many suggestions.A reiital' at the home (If bin ? L.FA
\ .EiIuejlHin," to tote pn*, *ncij.l) bour followed( and re s fruiter, M.... Leslie W. tlallie. y'w+r1s 4A
3'f 'I sir nr day I frc.'slllJlfJIJtl were served to 22niemlxn in Pinewixxl! Tuexluy night. UP/ OELICOIJI't ill
H'. wr "iS8 Miller, Conducted! J IUK! gnesli MrsC. R. hal ,
1 twin in a
I. e an en- niimcnxn {group redials 1Lxolas
f A.bliy. Mrs.. ffias French: Mr. cutRAIESSO r
to.i radio / wltIStn will!
t IflCUi tuning quiz: program lias lINn tikitg' !Ief.
i I IIt 1 Kan Mrs. Lucille
Taylor Cromer
HoIrtrnlll'l the nnmxdlar INRTILLAa '
e us Mara (for the two u inter ea- f'
.. I und l Mrs, 9, C,.\\',itfcill' insisted past /
.f Ptof ,
: if made ,
, I / glimseii! < folly by Its cglAM / ,
serving I 'tile.r.
It] "if.fIIJ'r were given to the a
t n l IjJ"diell! MIll f Garland Edenfiekl. I Mrs Evan Criiry,will be bust!" BPW CUB TO MEET
p ,,'coinpunicxl: |by Sirs. Donut i fur Dec 8 ul: her home ul St, Lutior 1'h1111111111.. ItiisiiK-w. and Pro-
HI ,I. ilton/ ...uie, "TR! Barefoot Trail .tutos. Mri. II. C Canlntr will IcMliMial, Ionian! dub will lu'l'l| ) |
j t i !j rT ''id' beLying; Little Daixy" Iwve the pingrmn' on "My llubby28 /<. iU,fIrst meeting lit lire IM (;lesschapter
I During the Imsines, / sessidii house !\foiuliy ut S pm
; I \n; liar tin ui' !gave! a report of tho SCOUTS'ATTENDCIRL All niunlxri are urged tit be pretcnt .
I n,an'. Club( district hiV MEETING ,_ w"
; Friday
f I"'11.111 club; hits boiled tint disI Hit Girl SconU met Mt tlteWII1II311'5 Mrs Clarence Hull andln T. nlLFA
"t" I ct h' mvet in Stuart fled' \ounlxr Club Tuesday at 3:4.11'.11I. : n Chamber atteukdho( Arnslwice '
: 1),1/) A 15'nilnute game period Diy tckbwtiun '
/ \ She slrtsswd! the !Jin I'I'O
preceded the met' called "At our Favorite _
I,,irtmi' of the! work and educe.lusr ting Ifc mb laM Thursday Wllik tlMrellwy
t'' ( / of women mice the national ] at 4 by "Water ]Mr* J J. F were tlw! dinner /guest of N ghborhood Dealer
': : ftozone' Putrkiu I I Ma FI.AMINGQ Da. yaIIIltlllllIt1lIIIIIIIItI11IlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIll
Diclpy Mrs.
V* ,mions Club organization 51 rrporMJ (;I\zIll1IJ1'.lTIothC'l'\ Mrs Louis
J girl present' Four girl.. Sail' llallluuh. #
I \ ,IJM .mo. Appointed/ 'historian Ills Du>*v; Nancy MOTTIWH., Vi- -_ __ ___ ___" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII"IIIIIIHIlr
I' the List tlub ,
merting MnH
'I -----T TI ,11 man! b""lglt, the fifit" lirit Rains and Nanc-v Lukens,
H l H.L I ..if the! Stuart \\oman Club vear, wre. apx| lntiid to go I to: the p.TA YOUR ONE[.
; i iI rmi In g. that evening to Uie cared I r'
pabiuhnd II'' 1914 fot nlll .
| display '
) I yoiiiig thiUiea:! attrnililg
\In r .. 'ncitjijjTl P
I A Gill Snout Bike Rido
iii"Mill,nt. Mrs. FiiuiUin D. was w. # r
| I'I'I
IIIRttl for .
,, s..llInI"y] fnwn 10 ? m -
who k-d al the
prcsi< meeturjrd ,
) / Ar. (In I p IB All Girl SceNtS, rentereel ; ,
'ilL immlien to Mp tlieml r
i in Troop 2 were 'Invited 10| inert
I ., "" b health ill' to .
partmertt .
It f .I Mr B.UOIKI at 9.50 a.m. with
( f
luni w Martm/ Oninty fllllt'j "
a i picnic hush and 1 a note (if pernissioii .
(}lul t iSC"s lot the afternoon ..
tll'I l lS lt I MrJ J J. I. Craig( M.... D. S Tliere) from their' parent
were three the. Food
1 <", Sirs T J J. F. Kennedy: 1II1d'l I darner getups Offers Thanlugiving Specials
v group with Aim Waller F.
t IDitvry,! shill" work with Mr. ,
'whit< color scheme wa rnrrk'di 1
j I Strplwiuon, auisted by "Ira.( Crost and Eta%we1101d Engluh I Ocean Spray I
i II'lIh baby hrytinlbiiiiium> D'I |
'I'II Coru and \tr M. Baler. and
d( ,,,11,, uhdjcs :I
third l, 45CI I
I group with "Mrt. & PUDDING SAUCED. 11.Muualman'e .
1 nude plans for the Oinstmm. iwrtv tin .. .,
II Meet Me At Kindreds CANNED Dec 14 at the*Woman'* cub; ----' ) ::.'"'I' --- -Royal- Scarlet- -

.reih Tender Green bR E VEGETABLES" AT BROWNIES MEETING SAUCE 2 ;jar, 25C PUMPKIN No 211,, Can. 25
1 _
27'C ,Ma H 1. C CardiMT of V'ultim Nonesuch MinceMEAT ; Ill ;
u BEANS 2 pounds ; OUR SHELVES ARE was liar, grunt speaker at I the : 19 lpicKiEf I
brownie weekly. Tiief.Jiy iC23 2 ;
( t' j Indian 'ver STOCKED;; WITH at the IVe. yterwrj meeting church 9 =. .

,. ORAN. 29C EVERY KIND ?bl'e>!, wa accompanied bv her Lane' Fancy Sweet Mixe; Cabin Home While Corn
'i! dtuighterirgfiiia! Mist Gardner
: : 2i
t ( :
U. S. No. 1 s4 gave" the an hour talk on shill.. tell-|| PICKLES 16-0=, jar JJ! MEAL ..
ing difference' of univalve 'mid 1 .
-- ---- --
i itJ POT A TOE "0 38' J ,ur hilt bivalve with shell the following t She illustrated shell her ROYALSCARLET i
ipecfmm -
Juicy e4ar MA / whivh the Brownie (earned l;
I \ !lxyr'* paw ('III'* paw angilwdig! *. COFFEEIb.. 52
LEMONS dozen 21' "fnngH cockle. (calico lunvl, Jewel
; and buttercup khtlla.,
The, Rrv C A Camtl greeted V-8 Vegetable<< Dali-Freft Shoe String

;I'I! YES, WfivHAVE NEW LOW PRICES the girls. JlflCESj I PJpDES f

-oa. un. Noe 2t; can
{: fi' WE APPRECIATE YOURT BUSINESS.A (I Mud! Edith Mutthewi hap telect Pilliburyt Be.t Plain} SwaWf Down Cake
I' ti(i for her f
Sunday afternoon"

f TRIAL WILL PROVE IT gram over heard Station each Sunday\VIRA.at 2 pro Fort:45 FLOUR 10-111. w. 85 F iLjUln 'ZKJb. pbfina 3
Mora, the, Blue; Whit.
w KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP following numbers: "A Barrel of Suds "f

I \ii! E:; SALAD DRESSIN din 29 quarts 61 ? lllid!"Alice Brown i' "0 Blue Bird Premise. CowiT Singing"Me by by by Reginald Ciemey Wood( S SOAP 2 large. Lara 1 15'' It Larf.Pkf.VU.1KEYS.. 3

DC Kowrl'' She is accompanied
t ) All Brand* .W Or.nget bv Olympia Tillman of Fort
1 I t MILK 40 ARMALADE 15i I Pierce ----
: '
: I Huata Iii. Cr.de Winner* at the Dutch Treat
Nu-Maid tlub which met last ThurxUy at
t\ 2TC 0 31C the Qvic Center were Mr*. W C
No.2t't tan pound -
'I.t Lummii.and Mu Edith Coventry

'I.. Contain' i Solium i 'OA c C Connelly' Mr*. R, L Judson, Mrs.C. .. -*, -,- 7-
c t t 31 19t BLACIBL "*
RINSO 29 tars small W. Conrad Mr* Stanley Kitch- V t
1 large, I big Mrs H' C Frey, Mn'PaulHeenshel
t -* Life Buoy ': Mr*. W C Armor and
i Wreer Mr T. J J. F. Kennedy, BACON i/i l-lb. lay Ib. 6&
LUX FLAKES 11 ::30 S AP 2 lar 27C L 2mall l7C I !
yi yiI E Y
C $ A tea for the faculty of Mar
BREEZE 31 SPRY $10 tin County High School In hon.
each 3 pound or of National I'ILweek
r Morrell SlicedBACON Cut From Grad. A B wrved by girl of the Stuart CHUG ROAST ft 6tV 1
chapter at the school yesterday ?.
59 ( SIRLOIN STEA 85Shankles afternoon, Beatrice D u ( a n
pound ound served at the tea table The
I + Tenderized End chapter ha a dliplay\ of work
1.r 1.t this. week In the front windowof
+ 1.r ; PICNIC HA 39 the Florida Power and Light
: pound PORK' CNOPS pound 49C Company office

L'J "a Grcurd Lein Meat

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Hobe Sound News Cecil and Margy Moore and Marie =oeaooaotono..o oSOCIAL === initiate,. 1 Mildred Hulkv Juan Mr. and Mrs Raymond flautloand I 1
MARTIN Brodriclc After dinner they attended .
SERVING COUNTY the movies In Stuart. NEWS Uejclimuu. Dorothy ,Evert Caroline son Jack arrived recently
JUDGE KANNER ]Junes Bowden, eon of Mr and from Londonderry They are
oi ""' '' oao_ ) Fomerm. Bent+iee Duguay .
,hire Alvin Bowden, left Saturday ------------ 0aot soao visiting with Mr and Mrs. Dwight : '
Complete Dairy Line for Streater, 111. where he will CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL Evelyn; ) Roiu James Sehroek, Polly I'und. of I lobe Sound Rautlo expects j: \
Deliveries la J/Tsen WILL SPEAKAT take his examination to enter the Help for Baptist INITIATION PARTY Rive> Adair Muhan Eliline Algo. to start building his winter J'
Beach on Tu Building/ SoughtSpecial zlnnl and
Thursdays and /aturdays. 1947 from Martin County High Judy Ailxig.ist Sound in the Gomez Grant
DEDICATIONBy their annual Initiation pjirty at (the
School He went to Illinois shortly -
IM'mCl.uf Mrs Call D. Ruth club
alter and worked Thanksgiving: Services
GRADE APASTEURIZED MARIK BnooRicKTlw there till several weeks Sunday at the First Baptist poruior[ ', Tuesday evening) The
''I Mr and Mrs Andrew ago Lester Church wU lbe climaxed with a evening was Spent ill games, Initiation "JOE"v,
MilHOMOGENIZED 11.1* Sound J Community special bfferlnj for the building / stunts and group" ,\ nnglng. v
an4 and Mrs. Carl Nichols '
/11.ill will U officially dedicated family fund. The membership Is being Members present'were Jerry Ann 4
\l spent the week end in Miami canvassed this week to meet aI I PLUMLING ,:
Siitiu-dujf,). evening at 8. Smith, Cecil Lee Moore. Ola Hit
r ;
The testers
visited relatives and goal ot
$2500 Friends of the
VlTAMnt D MH Judge A. 0 Limner will 'be. church nrdo faun Chase! Betty Huff, ,
attended the Miami U, football also will have opportunity -i .
guest speaker There will be en- to contribute I lean Dare Jolui Garlic Biuoe, !Realty !
COFFEE E game; hire Nichols visited her toward the (BEING -- CONTRACTING
Duane Muldru Elks Unwell, .
htliiinmuit and
refreshments, The erection of their educational
sister and brother in law andMrs. Serves
Mr Guaranteed
Prompt, Efficient -- AllgWork
WHIPPING CltAM entire community is asked to attend William 'Pk.kettMr building Actual construction ot Miry Colt'man, Ceorgt\ lloug
and participate in making .' and Mrs. Nicholas the building to cost approximately Emily Alo rlsoi, Jw Smith Mary NIGHTAUlAY i
| J future Alga $50000 will begin early Mella Bllrgf'1l'Herb61' Kraft: ,
plans for the hall.
/inni entertained their ,: Phoife
COTTAGE/HEESf son Phillip In the spring. r kiiKkerbniker: link's ArIx Just 246
The full feature all '
-talking pie! Sunday evening In honor of his
Another feature of the services MUli icUoli and
gust )imi s
BUTTER 4NO EGGS tune "Ten Nights in Barnum"slurring 10thbirthday anniversary. Dane* will be the returp of a former !..
VMIIIam Farnum will t be Ing was enjoyed and ice cream pastor, The Rev L. 1!:. Thomas
shownn/ th' llolw Sound Com md cake+ were served to Mary who will| speak at both 'ot the
FROM OURXRUCKS ntnnity Church Tuesday evening Diamond, Cecil Lee Margy and worship service Mr. ThomasIs
OR YOlFAVORITE Ml t 7:.30. This b the 1 Latest moving John Moore, Jackie Stevens, Jack, now pastor of the Thomas
GRCJkERMOOBES' I fKtunerslon; of the greatest Carpenter. Billie Moore Elaine' Memorial Baptist. 8. C. Church ofBennettsvllle
I rcmperaiie play of all time Every- Algazmni, Marie. Broderlek, Elda
DAIR1P will be
Special music providedby
1""us' u flit ned. Admission' ID fiee" sad Lacy Mae Griffin, Chuck Clay 1'1 ,
the choirs kt both services
I Vn uttering will be receivedMw inure, Hank Bueher\ Eddie Eekiiudt The public is Invited. i, ';. i
. 0 Box 1042 Stuart, Fla, Jesuit Arnold entertained Arthur olger, Mi1 and, Mrs. -- ,
I I ,.I .1+ hill tinnier' Saturday evening Steve Lvtle Mr. Haman and Mr. HOBE SOH:
ttmdill{ wen \lir Diamond. asol J Mrs. Lacy Griffin CLUB ORGANIZED
Mrs Vernon McDonald Mrs:
limes Black M,'" R. Hillman A 4-H Club lot girls was organized -
Mrs John Ortega, Mrs James In Hobe Sound Saturday .
Diamond and Mrs. Andrew Lester morning at 10 in the Community r
House Officers for the club
attended the Slate convention of
.b are president Penny Brownlee
F PTA last Thursday In West Palm vice-president Betty Jane Stott;
Beach. They attended meetingsin secretary-treasurer, Lucy Ann
the morning and evening In Wethington; song leader, Frances Frt dunes I
the afternoon they visited the 4-11xhlhit Fay English 3
p in the hotel It was decided the girls would ..1II
Mr Austin Mullins has returned meet at the Community Center Doesn't \ simply ,
come o a bajrR
from 10 to 13 on the second Sat-
'from a visit with her fain ,
i ill! in CeorgiiMr urday In each month. Work In by talking aboi\it jfK their ad'r( 'r
food nutrition and health was
and Mrs. Griffin and ,
l George chosen for the first demonstration vertisements. I
wns Terrv and Wayne of Stuart In the home. At the next
ry xiit I..ot. Thursday visiting with meeting, Chrismas candy will be Friendliness spujfib from the
\Ir md Mrs' W D Griffin made by the girls
P HOLIDAY/ FOODS lh PTAwill meet next Tliurs Mrs. Kathrlne Stott of Hobe heart and corryi fron an earn

+ ,las evening, at the school at 7:30.: ) Sound was present and will\ est desire to be helpfu\through
"u' work with the girls In the club
41 Mrs Pullums kindergarten class
Hill' entertain Miss Lucille\ Inscoe home demonstration good times nd bad.
agent was also present -

6 Days Nov. 18192023- 6 DaysAsk I b ale Miss her Marie 16th birthday Brodriek today will cele; and. in charge of the organization CITIZENS BANK ONSTUART '

Dr. and Mrs. Harold C Corya Parents of the girls are Invited -
if New York arrived this week at to come and enjoy this program -
their home Island for Girls from the ages ol f urance Corporation
mt Jupiter Member: The Federal Rescfa System and Federal Deposit
at '"' '"a' "" ''""" '' a' Festive the Inter season 10 to 20 are eligible for membership
VVtHid returned ,k and.are Invited to Join
Joe had,{ to wu
Store 'for Foods at
niter a month vacation Miss Edith Matthews accom The Bank of Personal Service
4.PaoeColor I G REALRGAIN The weekly dance will be held filmed by her mother Mrs S. A oeani. vs .
at (the Community Hall tonight. Matthews spent Friday and Sit 4-
The Southern Stirs: all.girl ore lies.
today in Miuni NOTE Th /CONVENIENT way to save is \
Price List PRICES Ira will plav Come and help .
g g I up AI -O.BANK. ONLY $2 with your personal\key.
put these dances over. We need Mrs TulmittV U'ilm! and bet Some; Safety Deposit Boxes Available Now.-
everyone's help if these dance nother Mrs.' F. E.: Mason vh, 0
are to continue. spent the .summer ut their hOmE

in Patterson, N. J, returned -
Thursday with Dr. Wi1m\
who luis been
e Mrs. Web Nord r
WEEK-END 'SPECIALS' EVERYDAY LOW PRICES visiting In' Garden Citv Midi ro
returned List week to her home

1 Jane Parker's Delicious on Scmlnole
jane Parker Marvel -
I 1 Mr mid Mrs. Ralph L Milim
Dixie Spice Home StyleBREAD FRUIT CAK S and Mr. and Mrs. Charles, E. Mil -
ne Such 1)ew ut
am of itUonville I were guests( of

__ DROPS12oz. 11/a Lb 3LJ.jf s Lb. Mr Friday and. Mrs. T. H. Chambers( list MINCEMEAT 2 pkgs. 41 C PUMPKIN 2 35'

bag .35c 13/2.16.. Loaf......18c $1.25 $2/ $3.85 Mi ail' Mrs- .John- Twld Jr.. MAXWElL HOUS I l.t

and d uihttrT, Patty Ann, recentlymoved
to Stuart und", are living at 52 '
& P,Vine Ripened Ann Page Spaghetti or Sultana Peanu 111 St. Lucie Crescent, Told. ha COFFEE lb. .

PUMPKIN c MACARONI 2 19 1 9C BUTTER33' accepted a position with Lloyd 1
Pkgs. Thompson Ocean Spray I Crocker m
No 2Vi can 'i't'
Ann Pale Pure Strawberry Ann Pag 1000 Island Arthur Henry- who- recently ell CRANBERRY SAUuVr3cPIE! CRUS MIX Pkg. 20C

lifted. in the Navy, lift List Wl'l.kfur .
JJiE DRE ING'8ox 19
MEAT .. 15' ESERVES Lb. Jar 3 jar ing.: San Diego!! to shirt boot trim' ALL BRANDS EVAPORATED

'Ocean ipray -- Cranberry Ado\Pineapple Suit m. l\ea Kidney 2 2-oz. Mr and MM-ae-Curl Roth of Trop ILI 2 cans 291 ,: t

SAUCE can 17C J 1U1 TV jlXNo. 2 can 17C I I NS 2 cans 25'Giant feel pieits! Farms Sunday had evening as their Mi dinner and \i

Prepared Lima Mr. Jack Smmise and M{. and

Green No. 303 Campbell's SOUP mate' 2 JEANS 2 22-ox. 25 C Mrs. Robert -Currier. Fruit CsJkef Mix .i'

SEAS 2 Cana 35C can' Cans Mr. and Mrs R. J I. Klrr of Clevc; ''I.' .
Und recently moved to Rio for COMPLETE LINE OP&NdfcEDIENTS f'

ORDER YOUR THANKSGI G JJPRKEY TODAY! the season Their son, Captain
kirr, head of the homicide squad, : PRODUCE MAI E'I' I !Il c t.
Cleveland, will them Inter -
III join :
A &. P SUPER RIGHT MEATS UITS and VEGETABLES -e- Indian River ceburg

Firm 2 for Mr and Mrs. J, Nick Thomas 20lE| E 25' 11
Table Dressed Ready For Th. Oven Gr lire building a duplex apartment in dozen 2 heads \,
HeM or All Sues CUCUMBERS 13'Met Rio Thomas is a retired teal
IURKE::YS Toby ANS e. 19C estate mum from Xentiukv and Maine No.1' : ''1
K... Priced Arkansas. He received\ trophy POTATOES 39'MEAT

tut! PORK Super Right Chuck Juicy Fla. lb. bag Red Delicious For a perfect Xiwunis attend,nice 10 pounds

HOPS ib.65c ROAST .6 6j 6 ORANGES 8 APPLES L. 29'Super for nine ye rs. -. MARKET t,
Mr and Mrs Walter Clark and Dressed and- r;
Green Topped f..milyof New York have returned v'9'
Snow WhiteCauliflower .65cJ8nOSnGE.A 55'.lover
Psek Loin Right 2 to Stuart for the winter Clark HENS

iST 31k: 49u.C :STEAIU/SI 1 .. hd 29
Mr and Mrs Heaton I, Tread "
$\ ..r29G
DinnerCranberries 5
d'r or Cooked Picnic Rath'a Sliced For That Holiday Potatoes way of Stoekrldge Mass. and

MS. 47 BACON/63 6 3c; 'Lb. bar .. ...... .. 25c 10IGV I 39c of Palm Mr.Beach and) Mrs were T.guests R. Chambers.Tuesday WE SLIVER

..._. -C.-.
cArmour'i palmoli. Soap' Wh 13c Mr and Mrs Herbert Potter of
l4uls' Team Borax, Mb. pkg "12e .rmour'a Treat Chopped, can Ham. can 55cCashmere I f Super Suds, large _. kW -33eabed Blythevdle, Ark, have moved Into f i

nhIa Poultry Seasoning, pkg-, Bouquet, 2 bars 23c Octagon Soap bar .. .. .... 8c heir new home.in Rio.
Baby Food 3 jari -
Season arrivals) at the Atlantic WEJCELIVERANTHONY'S
Court this week Include) Capt and
MI'1. M. I. Ftagg of Minneapolis ,
Plenty ol and Mr"and Mrs Orville Amsdenof


t PARKING Sods of the, Iongl/lal pine are 300 South Akron Ave
better protected! from fire than MARKET
STREET those of the sleets pine PHONE J43TUI

OA their teaks to prevent soil emslrn -
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lIE! Vets to Play Vero Beach Here Saturday We Have,.NEW 3Q7 Moved and E USED Fourth to FURNITUREB. Our Street New Star;

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\I I j! i' t I BRUCE And HARRY'S,,1 I Tigers Play in Cocoa for IRC Title! HOME

PACt bulge\ over the same outfit, FLORIDA SEMI-PROS New and Moderns
Federal Highway 1 and,Indiantown Road RATED RATED EDGEIN
Gnu Stun has ontacored Its opposition la L l' Pat 'I'S OPV. Bed Bath Living Room
2 ,
: j ...... _h..a e a na II e diesels,.
1 FAMOUS FOR FAMOUS JOQD 11177. Both team will Kt Uudw. S I 1 tit '
ATVAd 1 .I KJ..lkii.x ,* a I :tie n :51 FURNISHED
SLIGHT EDGETOMORROW have One IRC game remaining .
Uk Worth J 5 I iN I ISTUAIT CONFERENCE Immediate Occupan
._ .
I S 5 S> Iroil II '
finale will be
The Tigers' (tare t S I .... It 101
: Our/ Dinne/95X e 4 I !lee t. GE LOT $5,600 .(
span'f I 'f t Special against Melbourne oil the Stuart :.\i WEEKS atSULTS T ma)

Palm ': AT 8 field. Thanksgiving! Eve at S, U hook T. Fort ._ ? (it.! >. GAME AT 8:30: TILTON altor
With 4 c 2 l\ W rtk It V r> sea 5
Cocoa ((1""n'fllrnl" 'a stem Lmud. d.1. II, fort Ptorw ..
facUJisibiy!:' / Court Dinner $1\\f Up enough test Melbourne' Bulldogs l/ Film' R.iFh It. Hhnrl 5, Bo; 376.f hon. ISSM-2 Jenmy

i .I<; 1.' .t It.i ii Stuart Defeat Titu.vill 'IIU ,However, they han "Pan ..UT\JlIlMrS....... u was CAMU P.1. 5em.vas West Palm Beach Cop 12-0

.-'J'I'' 19-0)) Melbourne Here been In-and-out\ club show .xaes. u at EwS 5tawtKtataSW LS d.r4AM. DecUiOH io Defensive,
1. / 75X WednesdayThe week Battle
Ing power and speed one INDIAN. aiVtR CONFEJtIMCB
\ : and succumbing entirely the t
t ;, I I make-or-break: ,date On next, Their season mark i I' 4-4' Coetm ...| s I:::: :: ISSTUAIT The Martin Coanty High
II' Y i: / Including two wins in three IRC I I 1 T School band again will play I f
: Bobbie Martin .County High School Me14J.a.' t *? 71 1 S
t Try starts, Stuart Is accorded: the ct.n.at :S S :. S >t < during the gain and per
,J,. lH8 1 football schedule cornea up '05.ahoidv .. .I. .10' I* lift '
j" edge for this match.: THU..UW 4 .455.. ST vst'4'isl.5.d form at halftime Agree-
FamoiVjConch ChowderOpen tomorrow night at 8 In Cocoa :
1 I I
Stuart notched its third conference l iac 'ur JUNIOR DOES
3' : y yI when the Tigers and Indian will l in style LAST WEEKS BEJULTSRTOAET meat has been made for the
match brawn and wits for the' success easy 15. Tlwnllto .. band's appearance at all the.

f'"I' I I Indian Both River Conference title. her bowed Friday 10. night The Tiger a* TltusvUle stayed .rime........I5........V.. u..sank 01<_T..... e. Ve "hom. games.Stifled .
f are unbeaten and untied
.'. .
almost entirely on the ground to Ckwl.l M Ht An O ""
1. From 7 A/M. Til Midnight In IRC play and should prove TODAY CAM: Palm
touchdown In ... I West
evenly matched although on the power to three 00- *> II I a' TIt./U./ by
l C SED MOTWAYS Strength of its over-all season the first half before turning the .'STUAKTKindred TOMOIROW"5t o.r.' ..GAMU f.eacb'a Jeague-leading Jets,

record the host club must be,accorded game over to the, second string 1I.1..rM Pl.dd. ..a oar" Ilea... the Stuart Vets were dated
the entire scoreless IAko a' Okm.I.b.
played ..
Pies Cakes who _..
Homemade _
era I a alight edge Cocoa .11Ie .1
f, veteran eleven has second, half. Stuart scored the to hit the comeback trail this

J J1If' Howard Johnsov'* I through even opponent parade with fiat t"three. times. ,. it got the ball week wbaa they meet the I I
Arotfe fey out a ruffle and the closest an .. ,I 5,, s 1- e5tu.n NewCoaching other extreme last-place I

Famous Ice Crea opponent baa been able to coma 'mriahl.4 A. '5, earlele'. a",55 5. ;,. 5-i yen.em Vero Beach Mn. Saturday,
I 11' Klasimmee by 8 points early K. R L."r?, Jn. s.4. Juk. 5erewa.a Aid ni> ki at 8::80.( .
last month. The Indian have a. l' la their three seasons the
BRtfCE HAkRY'SPJfene rolled up 1997 points to their! Clan ....... _:_........".. .I. 5A.t Vita never haft, bowed to the
And toel 58.Stuart. ,.t.. ........ .III liep.as.
: men,., ePare. For Grid Vets Blu Streak and thin scheduled
on the other hand was 3 a
I i m rt ... :: i meeetlng ''doeint appear to be
felled and Fort 4.ud p W'
by Pompano
... will be :
r.t.ta br I any exception The Vet
9113 s- St rt, Fla. Pierce and tied by Delray Beach '. i /
'' : Charles H Kindred began his favored on the strength o! put
,.... gas
I I in eight game and could defeat toe. ..... ...
I ,d.. 5.4. M. I' 55lm duties as ussKtaut coach foe the performance this fall. the ad- t t'Q
Clewlston S .. y
by only point as I''... ,,. 4 I dlttoo of new coaching strengththis
Mi ... ttI.a II
____ compared to Cocoa's 28-poln do. kkk.tt. .., Stuartetminj football learn this
4 .__ __ .k.'" 11: week and, playing at horns
--- -- -- ------ I
"O.naaam k ....... I 4 reek ..M he and Coach forreit'irgtiwm Vero could do no better than tie
r.P..141., I sent the! team though' last Thursday with Fort, Pierce
II I f Yd.. loot fftlfHtMDODGERS, 5e, I whom Stuart drubbed by three
f !'i intensive IXliour drills Tuesday touchdowns the week before.
;r SPECIALTHANKSGlVlNa WIN 21ST and Ust nights with a third workout A tiowd ol about 4M saw West. \

1 Deipile the annual! football sea' slitit'd i ut 1:00': tonight and A. Palm, Beach: tarn on* touchdown .
i j ion now bring more than half chalk hulk tomorrow and literally be given another

(wet the Stuart Dodgers ba '.hnll Kindred), {former lortin? County : In the middle periods to
defeat Stuart 11-0 here Satur
it. scored High, School coach and new proprietor
team I 1& still at They
DAY Idea] day night Emil Scbvoenle
their third straight victory and of the Sport Shop treak 4 around left end for 18 I
f ,' 21st In 33 games' this year when 1\l't't'plqcJ'the posilkm at a special yards and a score on the first
they Heated f Fort Pierce i 9.4 there nwetmg\ of the tl'1I11lit The Stuart play of the second quarter but

Sunday afternoon News office Moniluy night.Tigers Russ Leslie's extra point effort
fl 'DINNER WITH _n T' vent wild The Jet tallied
again Shortly before halftime
i : Eye Rosy only to have it nullified 'by an
offside penalty. i
t 11 thJ However late in the third per.
1\\\f\t Have 14 Game SetWith
Season iod Walter Rein's attempt to
e from the Stuart 10 reek kt't
punt war
i ( J : EAST DAY blocked and halfback Bill Ha- t rnNeqid

j jI football rapidly on the wane *,t Martin County Ian fell on the bounding pigskin

I J I; Roa\Turkey Baked Virginia Ham (high"School the Tigers' thoughts are beginning to turnto In the end con for a touch. I

basketball with expectations for one of the "choor.bt'st down. Leslies placement was r

1 Icken Shrimp f Oysters teams in recent years. blocked. Midway in the their final Preferred
atanu the Vete made
r ""
i, I JjI'lIlIOnndng; a' 14 gam. card i;tr.'w penetration; when
Full (lot his second season here Coach t ter hushing Jecond in the regular
\ Dinner $1.50Dinner they reached the Jets' 33 but a
nurse Wit/Dessert ...' I"g..fo,
f'' foe d flattery!
useph A. McCoy; said prartio IllC stisorl Coach: McCoy aald fourth down pass failed. gaY', crisp

1 Served 13 Nfn 'Till 8 P. M. will start Nov. 29 thus allowing he hopes to ado two games each -..b.d..aamrw.u ...._.......... 5 .1'1-11' 4 terse 11111 clot: with back
"t t shard. two weeks of drills before ....01 I 5 05aIomn. lnt.r.Npo ,.e swirl el skirl...and
with'B..J1e CUle and Vero Beach i.a. eel.ao. _
tI .' 'abst Blue Ribbon Iffer On Draught tub season opener with Delray .... It.."..t. hsnrr. Jr" 5,4 Ralph at I 5hrle-H A TYI'ICA AlrOU KING GIRL k
It beach hire Dec. 10. McCoy can to make full 18-game schedule ten. the
g. w center o"ln'on''; Plaid oed plain
ilt. ; CHOICE INES task forward with a light heart The schedule at present 5.n' d.n. ._
I .,
=...:;::. .; '.1 Solon tat (In IlInlor sires 9 5. 15.
i tit the return of all but two of I Dee. 10: Delta? Beach hen.Dee. P.sea__51a..ra.NSdN._.... _.,_.' ''t 1Pe..a
4, F A Good Wholesome Home Cooked Dinner his best players last winter. Thesewktovers : 17: Fort fierce, her. rJan. _.Iotoo! ,,_ 4Ys. I
.- 7t TituivlllB, there.Jan. now* peas s.1 $15.95
tf ;:::: -t 1
Co r.t include forwards 'rnonSuck" P..a ; a
1 lit; Okeechabee, here.Jan. ....
# ?
Flowers and lamarnlowd P..n'J* C 's .
14 Clewlston, her
Son and : 5,,. r4..rest. ... ii S else' Carol. Kia KnhtKom $12 4 4Stualrt i
1i center Realty Jan. IS there.
: Melbourne Ye. nut.,rue.r ::: t'i reKlrt5rq
l BYJMNGOMabel !guards( \\illiam Leach and John o Jan III: Cocoa, here.Jan. ., '_ eAr.y k
t) Jmld.: Only area to be missed are M: Okeechobee, her Yoe.' gds. Ik-: :: .. :: 45.5 4CSa14. e

f I Ii" orward Arthur "....*" Henry who Jan. 18: Titnsville, her. 0.. h. ..kloo n m'd. 5' t tno. ,

hUh Beach Nelcoskey M,.. was graduated In June' and guard Feb.Fek..It 4:Fort Clewlston Pierce, there here,, : I\*\: jauRM. ;, .: 85 5
Matheton who
I flank transferred -
i"I 'Ft*. III! Melbourne, here; Department Store
i" to a military school in the Feb. IS Dclray Beach there. Hayon Is made from pine trees.

North. Feb.. IS I Cocoa, ther Australia is now experimenting T/ !hose 320, t
The Tigers won IS of 22 game Feb Z5IRC tourney, 'lt* n
last season" and annexed the Indira, nndocMed.: '

j CANDY liver Conference tourney title ;(-. ('MRC games),

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!i : BUSES
''A "" Our Stock Is Cqfiplete REMEMBER I

: i I
i', ,t With 0

iI For The Best Rod and Reel l, Re it : FORSEWKEMD. KOHOHlf
', I II I .

kt Properly RjrigeratedCANTOIES *aw4rw'r StUART TACKLE /HOP (Ekeept SunSUNRISE /,) rw

F ail Arthur iron BId(.. EARL HALL, Mg Stuart, Fla. ( Doan SOT BOUND ( a Up) NORTH BOUN8OOa ,

1i ( : :SOa 330; v, Fort Pierce 10:0: a sop :SOP 55
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NORRIS / GALES 75a 45a 3:45 v. White City Road :4 a 1:15p: 5:168lSa :

.ti.tii : 11 Rg 3:48p v, Eldred (V, Martin v. 9:4a ltl2p 5:12p:

) : WHITMA S PANGBU 'S FROM TEXAS a H g Season 8:24.: 11 : 3: 4p v, Ankona Lv. a 9:381: 1:0: p -06p

i Selections of Hard Candies e Is Here 8:27. 11:57: 4:57p: Lv. Walton v. 9S3a: 1:03p: MP 554

d 8:35: 12:03: 3p v. Eden v. 9:27a 1 ::57 ::578:4Oa tos

I I ', r OUR TOBACCO APARTMENT Fill Your,' : 12; Op 4 p v, ensen ((0' uln 9: Oa 12:60 /:b0:47a

I Camping : 12:17p: 41; ( C v. 9:19a 1E:43: ''OP9OOa
!Is Stocked To Fill Every NelU of the Smoker 12 Stuart + g0
P PI 's : 80p 4:30: (Rex Stote vI 9OOa.: I :91 i''
Ijs National Bran
Sun hi 1,
I IJ If ) 11eSO4- 4OOp: Lv. Pier n 1:30p: BOOP11:45a :

VERY DAY W : fip: lh a Road v. 1t16p :/
I Your Favorite Drink
i e J Everyth 11:48.: 4:18p: Lv. I Lv. 1112 BGP: )
t I or Sports
or 11:54.: 4:24p: v, n v. :OSp 6:38P:

You can get your f 11:5: 1. ::27p v, ton :OSp 5:

Fishing Licens I ::03 4:33p: v, en v. 2:57p: 5:2791:10p :
Sandwich i
At Our Fountain
a r ::209
: 4:40p v. ensen v..' 1 ::501'
We. Use Only the Bed o/ Cotta Here tell
....,. .1 ::17p 4:47p: o (Tackle v. ;4

Try a Cup FQun ini 24HourPfcooes Se e 1:30p: 5OOp: Stuart ( exa l re) v. 1E:90: 8:

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"cHu&" KINDRED, Owner _
J Phone 11 ,Stuart Fla,,
I 1 1J Stuart'* Complete Spooling Goods \, tore Boa 86d PhoM io' Fort fie -

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USE THE rici rn I


__ ."""'"illinium.iillllllliin ADS THAT GET ACTION, QUICK +- l'\lot\

FOR SALE O'=::lOClOc:::=::
I stir CO"ER KiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiitH,,,,,,,,,11,,If,I II i Salerno Civi a 'QF'M"0'R T Wj"F" IN THE -COUNTY JUDCt S-COURT LtCAL ADVERTISEMENT
Made : ..to.I r EL y/R A, jj, Fkil"lux, &Auk 0' "' """ '" *"*."' 0to .MJT"1 CO""1Y. FLORIDA
I i t. order. 2 o. IN HE
gumnteed. % at. She Will HAUNT Tool ====-01: By GLADYS a PERRr !..l CG--dfl I, :.1": ., Iuml f ".k..... Wood C. ,...... FINTATIS IRANCOCK.Dd 4) IJII COUNTY JVDGE's OtmTkIM ANDIN'
or 'BUTliy SPIRIT) 804un Little AdJ MARTIN" r 1.1 '.
I MU>M M7-M, orapoi'I: ,.., The lint of a new series of 110lldl. -WI-don. IN H..rt O. aV NOTICE Of riLING rTroN boR IN :
If Nov. Is night at the Civic: Canter Nov. 9, 1..1. .11"Nett I. C T. Nufoaf.. J-INAI. DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR Its

FOR SALE 1945 FOB 1/KSONAL took place! Nov. 10 at the when jill N.nlr. I. t- : THE TOUCH ages came to dance and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT flM my Final| H.I.I-. k .tOT MIk. IIATIN I IM
3, nit WORD ORDINN Trailer tf, oil Tn"neaUiif JE'llr't? i' Grueling Cards Civic Center The association t ti lie taught dancing.It NOTKZIf ... r.l.l, If Munta Lit.Huiw>k D*. -.1
I f i( but I kiv fM
11E'A"WORD and Ice bo / Double thrillmas or have them hvlnu out a new plan to have Semi the Civic Center 'liuii NIAIis. beteby stiso. tIuol the it"_ la 'Ji-:1: itlon Amid foi. fliul mi 4lirlHirn PMItlM (7V.NAIFLING. : : OF PKTIT110.N AWALLART PON

CAPIUNIMUM Red and conch be / Call n, very other meeting |In l like> form lull ::t'\t." As Noun' Am it. ." be ..4 f Ih.l I on l>.-k.r lllk 104, I be your own 'Snap nltia | calendar at prmntMunduy : 4. the ri-id."Pit"If' cNeN.R.JA"4 I,, th. if.bk, Arthur K. Clont., N Hv.. I hot I how
SU Iron 17 Soon .' Jack LUk'. *ce, Palm out about 0fill pre>- ./f u sixlul. gut off to a fulr start Youth ..... a. T.II.ha.a... rl."JN., for A ly .1 Cautity. Vitur.Id. fit, -- >. Anrlllorr Ad-
CUy. I1.SO Night; Tue dy.; .10 fur I. W. e......... 'h. ... f appir-1 a14 Final o(6i..iri' ', CT* .r ch. .
Or vfI I sell \W liable l 'low prices at vvlien M.... G. Perry who was In' d..."K,,, night; WediiMdjJs moet, 'K..icU<| I t. U."Ctaloi'Uirt ,''''. ..d for No 0,40 AWIballee AN .f K: H.tk.w.x:; ; llMMMd. ":.:11
Highway frontagef Ith Trail. KE PHOTO SHOP charge nf the County for th. i' 0.0 8. ltw.. AtI ti.v. fU... Mr i.OHon fur dUtrikotkxnd
put OF. Just over city I lifr. North Oct. 21 evening put thow (fill night!( a nJ Thursday, card sn.1ov li=, on .. 17 Ik ;: t %- Z [ or X.ol. L. MAN, for fuel dtarhinir. ond > tko
of thI1'
ENMFR( RENT tf pnsent through a of >"Writn.4 u a Utk .. of Doeomt K4X" I opvlr
ART Stuart for ft.Mlf Write R. )- program party night!( \ .....h. I. the Mostly loll of MZN.;. No.-IN, 15th. led' M the Hoooroklo Artkiir a n..,.. Cootilf
H. Schwars. 16) f est 99 St 1111111111111111111111 Barnes( ,and srunls. The Home Drm..I,.ation dub County. ri"Itl. .. CHAULUS FREVER wt.AEL ::... In ond for Mortlo ro-ty. FlorMo I
43. C. DURRAXCR.ititor"v ;
H WA A short business MINP-141 of loid Deal rouivt ooj
1 New York City I OcL II." Q'leetinlt wan In pluming building derations.Alwi \ Sw Lee Dot"A"t. 0 1IT Ais. I'm aft rdot of dUtrikotlnn. &n4 for flnol'
% In 1 kit Welcome Is extended. to re, the -"11.11 114n," 9 tHealtairm AN AftOW" Ailtul"istnitiriak
; cliuirmmi, Mm. Ivii TtCAL i EAiii C T A. .1 the edto : :
FOR Jbth R
SALE: 3 dozen 01, ( .
window fANTED. I'minig vWtort: and! members from SiinnJ.Ti! K having her .. dted.Dutd .
shades, I like I the group / MENr--j .t II...... FinwhimI. Ole Rib dat
new tned electric or clerical work North. We are Rllld to have work MMS 114 COO JUDCF' URT IN AND "
Used i at UK Civic Center amplei4 SENATE SILL NO FOR 0 4 Co FLORIDA.J14 at ".ywca. .,. .
range n Miller
rotaty Ironer Jensen II It w ulrrtidy back. with RUBT H BROWN,
cheap. 'Used Bendl and Laun. --Beach.-Florida Now IS tut, Thnnkigo d yj In the new, future on the AM ACT PROVIDING raft TH PAYMENT Pet kFF.97AT AIN A. Aft.11hary Adml.I.......'.. .. T.A.
tl<> Mr, andtn.! Chester OF Rr at fit .....
17 Pill ; all Allen etching ot aluminum which MILKAGIF 010 PARRISHPLOWXN S-Late of ktIlIry & II.
a as A dry -cheap. Bee nhur De- lor their trays 91kPICNAP.8 TO, 'HI:AMB"HVRRnr" k. way. d-4 .
hon Dehon BUild 1r. Stuart. ADNET ON GRID TEAM! generous donation, to the the women an "muling for their* 11114 HF.NATK AND MOUMP JOIN t o4.N EVANS .RARV; ,

Phone II, I tj I Gainesville, Nor 18-Temporr biiilding fund. Plain were di.vcussed own gift purpiim it I Is M, ?,< SPECIAL It' THE PRIESIORKT%"OMMITTPX: AND AIPOINTF.D 81'MU.1O' I t Iro IT 'is ALL ftRW4 Adi AUorivr"ink>,..fAnOlhim ol.. CTA

fur a dumir early In pec tcre< OF' THE HUUSE) .01" X NPRIO'KNTA.o : Sliiirt. Morldo'
ary Dormitory M defeated Dorm itiiig!!: profrsm and Anyone In. fIVE8. TO Nin U It.. SI, BIT iLEGAL
"IINSI1 .R ,
FOR SALE: Cash; oiJerms. New H. (-0, In the touch loottball finals with Mr*. ".Ite Mnrtntiwn in THI A K I'H'IO WNERAI" : : 00 PAkHISM AGAINST WLA 1 RTATR(it. DK.fle."int Or.V __

Kirby vacuum rljiner : of the dinrge! ILkC'TICI/it/ LAWN OF THY: STATE OV' ADVERTISEMENT
and allattachments. "It
ATLANTIC University of Florid. So SjuniliTson lot (further' de. I1IAIRII1AAN1l 'THE "OHII ;
01' TR' U.d. a I& th "'I"NAf
'Wist lie' seen I Intramural Dqrmltory MID, j 1. Colilstcino Lull BAI.LoT '1'0 HI! tJ.a IN OkW ,
APABTT League reported 4I Allow the. demonstration nt'' "r r Routine 1&4.20. F1.14d. IN THE COUNTY JUDIrs, COURT 01'
STUART F_)RIDA to be appreciate. Sli Cam. The winner rolled up five first I Urge gathering at the lint dance .the, 0xic'Celiter.Florifli.;| tJitiT'ioi, U.1.4b nwulrvd ofF.tMM to Yet vmoiirl.lm. Ate Ul, MARTIN COUNTY STATE OF fLOR.

,,\\1 Decorated, Ally Equipped I IgMiekeepInf den Av., or phAie. Jt-R. it downs to one for Dorm H. Among 1HT U ,, .11 ind drmondu kkk yau. W I IDAIN. REGARD TWE: Rilt ATE:
Asrtments, 1 the players on the winning team I ; ts. .( you. luo r' kovo iiroln too Net.or !
FOR SALE: BoalAnd trailer can Jack ." I LAT'YII 1111I !: \\\\l\ Pitiriil.h pl.-. 4"W.4J-W AFT 14 ON Y. Ft'.. t'I
Adnet .
thiks of ,
Seiion Bates Stuart who 14 th. city of Uurk.m Stilo of Nurtk
and ICI
Weekly : OF FILING
be used for a >d or fishing, was graduated from the Martin IS551000,000'SOUTHERN, The expenditure has made It I C.ft4ina, to the HAoonbh Ankor R. *1ISCHAI Opon All Tom Bound I S75. 1 01 A 1""". ( Jwlur .1 Iftortin Count
Ask fo| P. J. PsMon. "wat SATO '
( possible for DIV At
County High
School In Florida have .
June. to .1 IWidm,
T. FACET more ..., if* tk* umo ta klo o flkAA TO WNQM IT MAT CONdRN,
W. Mm Illusion BeachJrta.. Nov\ .11-11 I .., .. :
than 358,000 Southern Bell I QI i *lr C.4" Honot l 1. miwn Now h-hy th" .
004 NWAA I ho.
Telephone 3 /I M.tfu Commit, *1 i. 4d.. fthf. 44tht fl-I- .
food ..
BELL .1 I AdmlnhituiorP
iiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiFORKENT l l COLORED CAGERS 'STARTituIIJ'1 In service today. In fact; tell-I : : : roletidor nMintni, from !itte, d.tvF ON, .( the 0 .t J.-0 Anthony: M d-'
I I Florida has lux it'* lint i ul.Hf.tKH of till. iioUro. kiul that : I
(lUillllllllllllillllllllfDIlllllillllllI : Training School girl) and gained almost as ""I the > for >.lnolAttomoyii
: the nttld elMlivi. ond &Nno.d. oiuit run .1% of r
FOR SAfiiHiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiiiifpiiiiiiiiiiiiii! n IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I liny ba Ltll>ull teumii Mill pinytrf many telephones In the' three "..awItit 1 f .. .: ..tho.. ho Intal oddmn of tko nlilnoM 6.01Io N Dt..k..n.".1-61* Arl, wk a. will CJIun"..1'. O.Nota la the,
u.4 Vivanowd atemsidd
years since V-J to .
BUILDING DONE Day as It did In J.4" .t N*rt n.'y, In"Id"
FOR RENT; : all.. electric | '*A81ln opening' !j.iin; when IU ::::H ': Alop ..., .,If h, b-d. IN. I 194""
o new
Tf Ihcv entertain file Gifford( VocsItuuml entire history, prior to 1940. .'. 0IN' : :.:; Dew 1111. 16th dity at to, ::%h-F Fh, n".t.i f. O"J J
I SALK: C.bio i ii So 23 toot, apartments. year round or During the full perlor prior to wrvililt upe" Aij I. I 104THP di-h-ew' ... .4...lelot., or the 1t.1018,
season. B.4 IOU Traiiiing Stlniol! tennis of .. CowmittAnd Ih.t P1DEI ITV HANK fir DURHAM of J 1. Anihny., lit, .....
11i i liters, 43 bp VnJnt rut ma. or phoneNov. More. than $55,000000; of new Florida gained 133,300 Bell) Iniltm0"d. r-, dinmd empeniieo .be \I .
IU-J. I 11-25 1 Vent Beach Mitrting at 7 :Kl) p.mjtomom.w plant has been telephones aa compared to 132.- to l.ml.l.llv n,. ._. Ax r<>eul r at tko KUtt of Lily 194M
motor. like ne\j Electric constructed In SH.TION 2 1M. Arl ...11 .,. ,
tak I'.frl.h rlonn oVoiurd uiil
"'::;; I 800 since V-: t.0, '......110'.1. ... ... AN J. C ANTHO, It.
lie pump and nefMries. ary St. APAKTMENf for rent ___ ______ I Florida by the Southern Bell) 1'.. "pO. ", ,,,. D-Vni.. y P".6h.1. rpir'"nuti- A. Athuial.tmtr' .1 the ....,. of
Priced quick I rooms, Along with!! the Increase In the Av"--d. hy Ih. a .... of .Id 0.1 J. 0. Anthomir. @r, thicas"il.,
de Telephone Company since V.J "1.pl 16th rA OUCIFTLItHOM
Mealy rated 11 electric, | number of IO & IIHANC114NY t
IM.. Phone 3W or 3 Stuart In service : T. T. U..h..........
; .
I .. ..
I largo we, ned.ln Feb. Center Day, A. B. Dooley. Florida manager has come a corresponding Increase "a.\NI I..io 94.1 "''''" "I "'.1_ ,I to-y In.. E.torN foi ""n..I..I.. ..

of tt| ii. Suitable for two of the company revealed today In the number, of local Nov II. I lii. |.t. ,." i

SALE! Ifhp BrlAi and .. .U -300. Nn. t." GRA TE and long distance calls. For example LEGAL: ADVERTISEMENT'

nllon AInooled Shift and FOR SE NAL RENT: Several This tremendous Investment I : During February 1945

taL Extra A. ApfrrsMt, I furni.Point.. houses on Sewall's has been made In the public Interest the number of local calls' each FLOWERSShow NOTICE OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION TO REGISTER
own, IDV.I. ; n. location and beau. In our effort to expandand day averaged 1453000 as compared :' Not,,. ,I. .hr.by ,rlv.n ,... th. on.dr.i .
Ufil unds." U F. Kno",M. Improve the service In the to 2309.000 during Febru- ,."*.d.und- ,.. pruvi.lrn" of Ckop.ur .

1 SALE: Blooming re R. "on C7-R. Brokers protect- State." Dooley said 'and It Is ary 1948. And the number of That will. IN.ori.lti.04., l., w._ith of th.Florid.Cl.k' Aif.of of tkr 1.Or.4I.

Convulse, Tantarinda. Ju.aae. at part of a vast program that we I long distance calls originating oil Cowl I,, and fir 1I."n ,..-...
Oct. It tfVr Hni. Id.. ..,. ,..t.1 ..t "or ..,
| '
to sustain M
Bananas, 1111 1ia. plan provided'the new In Florida during the month of F4/ ..":,1.n of thi.tv.. .. tkr flo.llou... Homo,
kreUo plants Papaya Co.magg ( FOR Two down-town, capital can be obtained I tot the February 1948 were 2,142,000 or y0irstillRelember .0..11
apar ents. Newly furnished. next several yean In order to more than 55 cent OLYMPIA tel!: I..I.AN'I
per greater
palms. |. Crai 311 I undn which I will tnitir., li ln .o
ybally. All trlc equipment Phone RAP ETH451 meet the full telephone service 'I than February 1945, Dooley said hovjnit B.T prlnelnl 1.1.r; oru"tl l.b lo..

Stu I. May 13 tf needs In the areas we serve InGENERAL In order to provide the 1 otad.1the&
Her i expanded the l.d.'d.,1' IAU-r......I. T ad

II* SALE! Alma Trailer ,%-ptH FOR (ENTl Floor sanding mao -- ---- --- --- service for Florida since' Keep Jlemoryresh .fi.SlAttoi. C.11. Ix W.C.11.W. "M4....c..n.1.. h.. .....
Bottle gas, new ( Ilk fo; go c hit and edger Reflnlab." j jyonf I v-a Day ana to Handle the heavy II....o. of H.... Sound Mini,* -towe...
Increase, in both local and .1o.loIa, tkot tkm tir no 'thw .-au
Intrlierator." Awning. floors at reasonable rates. long with-
W OFFICE WORK t....ntMl In uld b4ulnif...
(Wnl outside, ",$08 eMb.l Ph a lOa Stuart Hardware distance traffic major additions c. 'W. S14 MAL
i.1 Slmenon, Stuart Trail, r a TYPING BOOKKEEPING MIMEOGRAPHING have \been made to most of th6 :, N... .. n. 1?. U. ,.'9.

||M. NOVA : TVlfttRITERS i FOR RENT-Byrk Let Us buildings and to all other facilities 'I FLOW &S Fro StOCUM'S LEGAL ADVERT13EMENOTIC .
required furnishing tele
'uNi. tHt ciRcuiT COURT: IN.. 0 FOR
V. t. .NO.: 1 UIGOWAT t M or month. Phone J0pe We Are) ; phone service. Fifteen new "' '''TIN COUNTY FLORIIlI.
..1 ...Stuart! News Offiee.tf__. buildings have been constructed I It. t'loptiom I
MIX on U "8. No I'hwy. 1 1iJM I HACKET/ D sa Up thi/Kiddics "0 1, D&VIS "
| ft. ";. South of Stliarlnt I, f( RENT! : TWO new all electric : and 19 others substantially enlarged : jKlibi IKNAIA) ;r'A % :

. of liotMi Sound. Fine bUSI |partments, year round or In the State since V-J goTI Till!: a Th:t OP TO F t.".:n'R! ; | JAXTON 9

Im I L.F. Day, adding 328000 square feet'' DA H. IIINIa' .
me special price JI.JS pel &*OIL Box Kit or phone you h."r o.".., hot then. .
14 Ask for I booklet. Broke 15J. Nott-11 of urgently needed floor space. : 6Ohl., .f....... ". In h. Ci-10
Inveperate.I. Now Arthur Dehorr Bldg.P. Simultaneous with the enlargement I NK 11VING FW..ta I. ... 10' Zd Co ,. FI.rIda
umiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiilllllliillilSERVICE ..tI... bir C'h.11". a.AlNue I in.4 ..d
8. BLAIN I O-V x 961 Phone,254 Slrt, FU.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI of the buildings, additional \ titr. I .. th.. .. r a' 0itres ....
loom 111 Olympla Bldf : I OFrtREDHiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiuiiiiii central office equipment.has You AiWmUfd To Visit OurCHILDREN'S at.d foal '"I -. J ,'''10 0....
J .d J-y no'd' fl..isi 4 "
been installed which. together
___May off I !' It with the outside cable installatlons. -- ], firdPHINl, DEPARTMENT tliffe Im-bo New'" I\Ukew,. .=-.1 :End::
poUtIoa 01 low aiitd. .4
t SALE: It-sir beam Cabin] Sees All Knows All! ;, = has permitted I theRain .... ....b. ..Inv M 1*.J ,.ffieo iwkirk r 4b.CHrk .
kat. Maine Built. Sleeps I 132,500 telephones since of ..t. I'll, 21 11" '....1 H--
BUTIK SPIRIT' FRE1 oOyI I. 21-IC X. n co"Ift. uoldo.o ..b."b .
F""H and Galley. Chrysler' NOT II V-J Dooley reported. Many I SLOCUM'SIHANKSGltfNG dity of Do ........ A. I .IMK follliu
.lease motor. Z-l fille ._. Floridians have seen the maJor'' I"ftfel.' ... ,""I... New.....
red I Doing Business As onlnM, ,.. i iproiood '110 DllOMd toA.
HjUif bridge. Bollt 4. 4JlJ ( 'L1IGAI\I\ soft water service. extensions being made to the .. MrWirNKH .

,,' llrnt for pleasure or tharf 'or Information, call tit or Equip t.. Sales and S /vice Co.MoUtur underground conduit systems Arthur Dehon Bldg. Stuart Fla. Judn !of) tlnrr I A II.new.."I 11 ,,iH.Court O. Ho. ooiWf ..,
iff. See "Artat tyndoiN ,k at Stuart Feed Store. = which carry the large Underground ..too .... ClrrktMrt 1 loa!) .... ot tko.
, Ine liS North cables Literally hundreds j Houx I lon ..,.. I,run fount*.
er. 21'A. 22
| No. "Where lotokor. .
and When Y Want It"AND Ill.rida. 1101. 1'" 'four A. UI
of box loads of
Fort conduit
rieros. M NOT. 11I" -, "
11ERS ITHOLSTERTLed- and associated material Jr.MR11' I y.A. .

\\! IOU Seen oar telf.pl f(|We Upholstery Shop \119 N. I WE MANUFACTUREFree items have been Installed In'' '". Ch..., of." I ,Circuit"I. 1"'Ir.Court

lOW twirling tn.werT 5 a al St.. Fort Pierce Free es3 Spr Ist Portable Irriff on Systems Florida this year, being part of'' I ...id.. |

ilt bard pushing. Com n tlilites.-Phone Fort Pierce 810. :: 01113-111111' FORT PIER SSIS ORANGE AVE the largest underground con I i A 'IMFAI TUT:F'-
I for dunonitraUon. Also I IW 0 AU vork guaranteed Drop a :: OF" Flo. Fomr Light "ltittoI duit program In the! history oft PECIALTUR4Y I i. It I- ,11,' YUreull i'

"' to rent by the I Iu ho or cal Oct. 28..tf Iii IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIliuVIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIldlllll I!... .. lMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIMIIM the State In addition hundredsof .0-.d* ...If., ,...u."Nmnu ...
*. Clean np that raean lot reels ot cable ranging In size 1 FI..d..
"".4 make. Your place I look L TYPES OF JtOAOtONSTRtCTION. from K to 2121 pairs, have been INNE'R tj tjAT I IHEALIROHrN( *' I'ADFHFV

"(Ralp I'lmer Motor a. ; pulled in and spliced. More JMr.li.. FloridaAttor"i ,
than 2,600,000,000 conductor feet
L A 3 If Nov 4. U. 10 II
WORK. of cable, enough to stretiharound I LEGAL AbVERl AZAE-NT

1MY supply yoM with fill I the HE., 'C DISKING DONE. Mr. E. VhS4 Will Bel In the world almost 20 Rice'iResfourantl.o ----

.It.*. Solf-Prlmlitf Irll.Uok W1 AND SUBDIVISION times has been Installed during IN THE COUNTYGEIS COURT
7..Pi tog need. Ralp Ulmer CLEARING. the past 21 months In, order to $ FLORIDAIN

'19or company.. S. 12 U IUtU' ; CLAY ROCK SAND, SHOP help meet the continuing demands : OF RH.AKD\ THE i iILA E 9
for telephone service MAT 1
Nt F R SUB uUlde ElECTI C AND ACETYLENE "This program is taxing the J" ANTHON'r NtNOTICr
1\1. And Flat .. HMiota. \ WELDING For Waf Season full resources of all the telephone MENU Alf crxdiuri of ot title at n.

ofallack:: :: 4-ralle Col.k W. R TlLTON. JR, JENSEN people to the limit." Dooley I Mai ond Antkony rmulrod doro tdomokdi .Jrlod ti'':; he"ItY. m-Air-

I. and d enam- BCA<|I, PHONE n.w. If APPRECIATED said, "but an all-out effort Ro t Turkey with Ores if wktak" th. ...., y- setilmat,
to 51. f aJ. : ..,d nlot.. .n 'GIN .t.. Ib, C-tv
per f Is being continued to furnish
111rilb. SPENCER VSUPPORTS' for wo .... .
I. of M.rI1A turtkou4t I .11 f 'ida I. the"
. Sound nber Co. Mela belts. Luella Downey every one service who desires Und Mashed Potatoes .1 l Ktlttkt <. Y, .... ",ithin,
fApr.jattaeres men. I (A c.lro m"ll f-w the
1 J
to furnish the of
lltA Orange A'.. Fort N grade Green Veas Cc Sla w d.,. ol tko. rintee l' 11..110.. f ibla a-
P 1J1-M for I service aU our subscribers desire. t:\ Lork: d.- _.., Net tor, I.
SfUEi. : U Scroll In Pierce. >no .tlll.( ond .....1. 1. Ott. I ofIv
".. IJ20U39 tf Here We Go AgainUVith Our Grand Cranberry Sauce irnc* and post add a of the
ft old. ,
jrrs. -- .ilolouint, und nui 'im ,,,"'n 0 h, .
"J-reom house nd fronts late: COMMUNION TO BE HELD : d.......'. ki. aint" his ftv. GO
i lad DON'T WA until It's too ince Pie or Pumpkin Pie .. ....11, .,,, ,-rdinirThi. 10...
River ANNU TURK Y DINNER Holy Communion will be celebrated 1111r
; oeated beid See as totky for automobile | | .1.. lhl..... n. 1040L
""L Comes.mpsod. tAit need under at St. Mary's Church, Hot Biscuits J. ANTHt Y JUAdealul.1
; ;JMenit
--- P.0T S. the new flnlnclal responsibility Remetnbw? Stuart, Sunday.at 1:30: a.m. The ,. a I A r Muir

' F1a, Oct. U tlW Law. Tleodore Dehon church school and adult Bible TEA or COFFEE N" '": 'II t
SL Benefit oft.. Joseph Churn Building Fund class will be held 9:45: and the I .
Son. Dollars flldg.. Phone my T UllrHT 4.
I OAT, 31 9 -hp Ker it Vicar will conduct the morning Ride's Restauran Ali- I 10'' A ., ..tr.N. .

'/" faster, ff chairs fish TUESD/y, NOV. 83, CI\IC CENTER prayer and preach at H. A .. <. 11. Ltd 1'. 1 114'

.. '.utrlca Telephone TRUSSES -e 1I'.eklD';, Thanksgiving service will be .1 --- : YOTICraOCLAMA110

216. knee pads, an cts, etc Stuart St30 to 8 P. held at St. Mary's at II ajn Federjuighway CALLUS. MU
Stuart Fla. '
tf Thursday with celebration ofhe IPAL ELEr- a
Drag Corp. | IT IS HI. Y 'IIOCLAIIlf:1 It
Dinner $1.75
'OW BAvA _
a.ppl.f WU- Holy .ucb rlat. I tko Cltr,, Con. I.n... of the CI t
% All PRIMARY ..d I" U.I. .
and To er Fertilizer en AGENTS for Go it Pomps. Stoort tkot t
, LAR okntloturknllu th.. of Iftus"' ..
'" .l Ihr-ItUart Feed store. Big t .a. Imm late delivery. and .to N-by CHI ..

J>,. ll-M Del Stan, Hardwa* Co Phone, .k.1I, le bold :A T........ No- ...
__ D ..lru.-d-r, De,
lt I |f her d'I \ 'l' I... "ab"u-17. :
\\AWl ARPET-;;.Se* our IF YOU IRE TIME I. ..".1-4. k, ". to. ,the P-PNON, t
1640 11111111I1111111/1/ Tor" '21 Chy Comm'..Ion .
all the latest '01.t end A hurlo.j: I Jude.,
&lid mare ....,... We LOST A fUND BUllDING Tko .IHUIIh'k.l PJAtdI rue __ .I..tl.
" '0 iiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiinirailiniiiiiimiiiu I I- | k.. .t City of SUM 7 Ira klr
expert Installation I11I1111I11I1111111111I11'1 "o.
''''a as weeks of date of LOST-Pair of Bi*>ulan In REM LING CONSULTS N NE i&OC..A. 4.Q. ,'D W. IItk &P '" Ieither
'If France.
er. Criffln-Ecker leather case. Mad\ 4LW.' RAKIMAN

" 10 Ii. Dixie, Ft. Pierce. Reward. Mrs., Davll Darant. 114ye"oniffilp"Tt .
& r B. KURITmHlor;
Noy. HI.II.IS Phone IM-W. \ Nor. 11 ... Cft _\ and Clork.tjn. ..
II... '
\ Vic OUS NAMakorrkr
COUTANT \OME lfl.w' ( that tko 110-
YOUR, deniff4tier tko .-1166"014. Ckop.tor .
tttff. Uwo ol Plorldo.. Auto ol 1MI.wlU .
Will,. Net tko cloth ., Mn ClroollJ
PHOTOGRAPH HOME ARM FOR CHRISTMAS- ._* and for Jd.rtln Coontr. "Plorldo,
,-OMMERCIAL! ; mri" *>. of orool ol pelilk-tion o*
SEE or CALL *otloo, tko fmitlooo nomo towUlKIVEHS
Eitate Photography wkkk wo wlH ...". lo koolnooo,
k 'IH ", .01.....I .:_ .. koliMoo In

ttractive Photo of Y v' Flshloj Part MtJ Catch East Coast Lumber. & Supply Co. BI HARD RE CO. Pool Beatnik j>o loo..d lntoro Monln l"n Coontv. Fkv: tkot tko km.

Id* >nd thAt ,.... ant M olkof ritiftems
PORTRAITS: AND AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY A. M. SHRIGLEY Mgr, rhidnes 38 216 BOX N Stuart Fla. iplimeN04 NJ suallFAUL'JlrfFRS:' .

P. O. Box 305 Stuart. Fl .
32 Phone 22 MAUDE JIOP"'LIIIIPo"
"ner Bid*. Box 263 Phone ,..
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P p : 'FELLOWSHIP MEET SETA at the Church of Ood In Golden two terms and as art officer In tornla Press (tlO.00)). n 1 11 for-Complete report on the rootstock: I I I California Citrus Ixpe
J district fellowship meeting I Oat Monday Th meeting will MASS MERRITT her local association for a number NEW TEXTBOOKON sale at SturatNews office I experiments conducted by the I I StaUon Riverside, CaUtr
\ begin at 1:60: with atsTa _
Batch- -
:years "
lt, i followed by a-upper will I be held : In appreciation: of the work sloe Edited and by Herbert Leon Dexter John> Webber, 5.:--- -7 ." ,,,'" ,.'i- .
Y RECEIVES P-TA she has don the Bob Sound, CITRUS TREESThe the book includes: chapters on iy
: Indlantown, Jensen and Salerno nursery methods, choice and
I P-TA units and Un A. OPlttman. use of rootstocks, planting, cultivation
J'i I I'!: '1 REAL ESTA HONOR IN WPB County Council president Citrus Industry, Volume fertilisation e0v.x
contributed, to Mrs. Merntt't
II: The production of the Crop, crops Irrigation, pruning prol.ectlon"lIalnat r9
.; omesites and Waterfro membership. Mrs. Merritt .which presents discussion by frost treatmentof
ge ,
l to the only honorary life memberIn related sub>"
"f' leading citrus experts on all ordinary disease pest
Reasonable Mrs w. L. Merritt of Salerno,
this part of the State. Besides practice. was published JectS. The Cltl'llllnduatl'1't'oIlime
\ : New Address. Street, polite School was presented an honorary life her certificate, Mrs Mer- 'Nov 1,by.the University of Oil- II also contain: the first a at
- ,' ;" 'I'I1 : membership at the State Par tit received a pin given to those ARKEK ll5
: ent-Teachere convention Nov 10 receiving life membership, A For
CUD Se. Us
Ii life membership luncheon was SALES
ATV. :'I\: '!' + TTO held In West Palm Beach Mr. held in the George ,Washington 06
Merritt, who \U a veteran workerIn Hotel at Repair and
Ad"rl;, ""\1 1 I P-TA. ha served as Marti Others attending the convention rw I 4
V + County Council president forM from Salerno Mrs Part
pan 9 & ; I'6 were SE ICE
: _________ = Ralph Merrltt. Mrs Hobson Red je
Palm : ont6d
$ dlah and Mrs. Harvey Homlar, '
wlthlt I delegates, and Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. RNOLD BMJERSt
: .i :
1acUlly hp Jack Saunderson, Mrs S.: A. ( \
sibiy titi' OTTO J. MAT0 USE Baldwin and Mr*. George Os- Luci%>ulevard /Phone 142-W %
...t', .. born Salerno received certlfl-
i 1- ;'.'.l \; cake: of award for meeting all Walks
State blue ribbon requirements
1,1 \ during 1847-48. 15 per cent increase -
/ ; NNOUNCES In membership and con
r ducting a study course. irVV D
'Jt'' .h
\ { The Nov 9 meeting of the Bar FREE DELI ERY
-3:' : :: ,Ii r'1, His Candidacy\ r City Commissioner oL&uart, sub4 erno P-TA was well attended. t. AN ACLDUNIJl
f : I II jra. Ed Burgess of Stuart gave
I j' an Interesting devotional preceding ,
f : ''i I \ ject to the will I \' borne, parliamentarian gave a anywhere in t city Vmuf, offering you
; discussion: on parliamentary procedure
;} J" form the book "a '*
I :, 'J'i TUESDAY,\OVEMB 23, 1948 Rules of Order". Mrs. Hobson I snu oust
1' : 1' Reddish, membership chairman the finest, line o Blendjf Bourbon, Rye, Tbst very epw41 gshJor s
a l MTMI fc *
.: I,'t reported 138 members with only "41ihb Oairtmm tt. a
I An Candidate
( I, I Am Independent four more to go for the Nov 30 ifctlrl "51" h I*
:' l goal The ice cream freezer and Bottled in Bond, o Gins, Liquors, ImUlk*brat mi iTES
i ''t, lllng cabinet which ,were purr bar-v'ITsf WET i IV PrfcwlWOUSWIQVA
4 Not Tied InJVfll Any Person ''
'F ': chased have arrived .It wa announced ': eseesdsaily
.i ". ;u I The 6th and 6th I Brandy and Wine th domestic and Joel'S
l ;
} t J.I' C p r Fa oni grades won the picture given for *
cent of Sunday '
the highest per efFe4
f\ I"I School attendance. It will be j'
I \. (J"" i' If Elected .:, framed and hung on the wall In imported. re
III f, their room. The gold fish bowl M
I 2
: :: ::,;I( '; : .1. I I Work For The InterestXpf goes grades to again the for first highest and second parent ;

:'t' (' ::: I attendance welcome that back nightA was extended I FROM 4 P. T '7 'P.M.TELEP .0b' QSevf :
1 ALL THE PEOPLE I to Mrs Roy Sampley, the prtn- l v
clpal who has been absent from t
; / : school due to Illness Following P
I :ii :
j ,, And The Progress of Stuart the business, the third and [ONE 6
fourth grade presented a lively

fi i' :)j I r,' YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Mary Thanksgiving Shackleford play gave and a Miss talk ,.

f'f' ; i t{f t .-.: (PAID roLITICAI. ADV) on safety .
I ,11"y A ham supper for benefit of A New SeryJEe Installed For\Your

: :' ';1' the tonight school: was announced for A LOWLY U1

r.'kj'1f ;:, ; -- punch Refreshment were served of cake and Convenience FOR 'NM' WHlt

,: ; oily she gib .1 s Levey Gelder de.

,< 2 Hunters ''Bag THE/HORSESH E .en semnee 15. 82fl78,.a liEse I. d/
j In I feed "Ars.ld. .Ne link kwek4a
: the past) three l.
ff, yeai? Stuffed Owl '

-----'- PACKAGE STOR ( C. & E. WALKE
.V. Some kind of a record was established -
\" last week by Ocean Jewelers
., t 55,000,000 Breeze Camp hunters Jo Malone .
\ and Tommy Woods who Osceota Are. -.1-- Stuart, Isr

:, really shot the stuffing" out of I .._ _....

:L :xi'4 of i in Plorida Stuart.an owl. while on their way, to f
;( Reconstruction Spying, encouraged the bird by In,his a tree partner Malone -,'

L hopped out of the car and shot
/ the bird between Its staring, SPIIALTIbNKSGIVING
; 1 f \ for iiore.lldBclicr. Tclcp one Service lassy gravity eye, the*. Defying owl clung all laws to Its of

i. perth, and even a second and
!''I,l I ., 'f": t. Since V-J Ia) more than 132,500 ne elephoncs have down.third shot tailed to bring it DAY DJflNER

i 'It'\I | been added, flringing the total to rAn than 356,000 a The nearby mystery homeowner was salved ran out when to

V t Southern Bel ferylng rescue: the bird. It was a stub.ed .
:Ir I telephones no the State 1 owl which he had fastened
''i. 'ij In the tree for decoration. ROAS'WINE
''i'I "r Recently: the owl disappeAredand
j jy The phenomenal
: growth of lephone cre in business, telephone earnings there are knowing smiles
i't'" service in Florida since I'Xp Is a c pnue to be dangerously low. This on the faces of the regulan st .
{ 'f'
the Wars Club. Joe and Tommy -
story of unceasing, all-out e\>rt of ause the amount;of money paid are watching warily these \ja.s

telephone folks to meet the in\ as- ut to furnish you service has increased days. What next? V

I ing needs of this state. Consider\at
at a faster pace than the SEA SCOUT TROOP '
1 : almost as many new telephones h' r amount of money taken in. URGED ON JAYCEES

) i" ;: been added in the past three years i Southern Bell's greatly increased William Nlxson. Boy Scout!
I were in service in Florida Weat Palm Beach,
I in 19451 leader from
Investment in Florida is evidence of
r poke on the importance of or-
f h I? ; But that i only part of the story our faith in the state and ita people. anizatlon of a Sea Scout troop \

}1\1J.\J.J.t.t the number of telephones doesn't j JM ture expansion and improvement In this of Commerce area at the meeting Junior Chamber at l.4gion NE aiyi DANCE

;\, grow by Itself Look at the asaoc Jed the service will require many more post headquarters on East '.

;" ''II growth that had to take place in ffder Lions of dollars of new money This &said th ,St it, would Monday provide night. a Nissan cultlatlng Good Food .' 'Goo i fnd A Good Time

I i 1 It l to add and serve these telepho So wit!% ve to be financed,as in the past, outlet of energy for
15-17 of age and '
youths years
I, Since VJ Day, 15 new l ldings with\ one, furnished by investors work against gain In juvenile '
r '" have been constructed and Jo buildwho nv be expected to provide the llnquency the DANCING \ \
r'' Further discussion: on proposed
ings substantially enlarge providing neeesllA capital, only so long as they new city dock followed tf.

r more than 327,735 squar 'eet of adreceive skir return on their money and remInded President member William a membershIp C. King- COME YOUNG COME L'"

i it ii i It : 'L ditional /floor space Aim central office That's whyw's so necessary that telephone drive now Is In.progress C. '

e equipment has DeenJRstalled mak. ratedibe sufficient to pay to R. Helsley and C. R:Ashley were A GOOD TIME FOR
i admitted as new members King '
ing pdssible a greay expansion of day's increasdk operating costs and and Secretary Dan Fagen attended \
,j ,t service facilities throfthout a State directors session MENU
the state. provide a reasofcble return to those
I M'k J 4 A very large numb* of new long diswho have invest their savings In In Sunday.Tallahassee Saturday and IL Music By e Cbolee.f

;: dJ tance circuits hjFe been added' to the business; HEAR "" Orange Jules 'Yeasts J i Inr <
.v-' JENSEN OODLE SOCKER .r 8,lit yes sees
handle more ca| more quickly. Floridians Telephone rates iltFlorida an not (RED CROSS DELEGATESThe ;; J Tested: Sals

are maUElg a monthly average sufficient to meet tcfcr's costs and board'-of directors of the c. \ 0'TIME DANCES !Rest Yom Drcsslnf Turkey wilb

of 2,142.000 mg distance calls which assure the'Company' lib 111 ty to render Martin County' Red Cross Chapter FOILOW CROWD.MITJ gases OUtw
t :, is 65% grtfler than in 1945. The met at the chapter house last celery sad
good service. That I ivhy we
+ night.. Phyllis Baker, who wassent --- CholcolTw*
+ daily averfce of local calls made by now before the Florida Kklroad ando by the Martin County Jun, TOSEYMOUR'S ;' P.Utoes. Crtsm Cw*
Flora ior Red Cross to the Red Cross ; !la Beets Garde f"
r customers is 2,309,000 ,
as Public Utilities Commissld seekingsuch "
aquatic school: in Chlpley da Hot Rolls ,
comps to 1,453,000 in 1945. Norma Orlner and Herman INN Tea,
rates as will enable u\to con' and fee *r let 'llte -',
Baits, who attended the JRO rreli *
i Ye Florida'a telephone service has tinue to provide you; with J1 and training center in.Chlpley. Oa, DINNER JERjfb 12 'NQON 'TILL Ee Cream
$ P. M,
a yea JJrgrown' -not only 411 size but in dependable service. u delegate for the Martin I "
County JRC; gave reports to the 'i"I'" '
E value as well, for you an now call board on their Impression of '

i' many more people and many more rI. $ V..dcy the work being don by the
Junior Red Cress
J pa can call you. But in spite of the in. Q florida Managet I ".. MOUR'S INN

f00TSPE ST '

80UtUEBNIBE. .L.rELEPUONE."NB.tELEGRAP. [iCHPAN.y res.re c .... One Block North Jensen Bach BrUg
I} .* On OU Dixie ghway AdaPAct E1" ,
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CIAL NEWS Newi Items tar this paper nut reach the newspaper, ,

O and pHappenings of the WEEK IN STUART .3s MRS. JOSEPH office before A.noon McCOY ua Wednesday Society Editor ,', I

Horn Telephone 214 Office Phone 300 \ .'

tgAVE MONET I'HARBOR""Y LO"'In'NEWS Ann Whittle j HomeDemonstration CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY Mrs WUlaford R. Leach left 1 Beach were the week-end guestsOf

ISARETTid The wlntef It'UOIhaa officially I THURS Nov. 18: Dutch Treat Luncheon Stuart Jlotc t l, 12:IS, M Sunday for Atlanta on accountOf Miss McPherson parents! ,

opened at the Jaylit Yacht Wed Nov. 5 lowed by bldge: Civic Center, 1:30 pm; dam, ,H >be Sound the Illness of her.aunt, Mrs. Mr and Hit R. B. McPherson .

Harbor with the arrival of the Community Center, 8:30 p.m? Unity Chapter OES covered-dish Charles J, Haden. Mrs. Leach
,NotesBy supper, 6:30: p,m.. meeting lit 8, Woodman Hall will open her home at* 919 West
r nalatt wl AQr guestsMr : In Virginia j' FRI., Nov, 19: Kiwanis, Womans Club 12:U pm. Elementary Peachtree GtSettle, WE BUYwrecked unk
and ,
I Mvsi Mn Gerald N. Em-
onms IL m MISS LUCI1X INS cor School Music Festival, school auditorium S -
pm '
/ tags of Llnthlqum; Heights! Md, Miss SAT., Nov. 20: Football,, Stuait Veterans vs. Vero Beach, hew 8:30. ,Miss George and Miss cary scrap
mau /*Ea .M sue Hliii"fw .. purchased! highway frontage on Martha Whittle, Salerno, ner and turkey for dinner brings MON. Nov 22: Stuart Business and Professional) Woman I Club,
cXg pskMiif ..dra. the Old< Dixie at Rio, from JayA. was married November S to up problem If you art going Red Cross: chapter house; $ OES circle 'IBMY/ SISCSAUTO
HMrfl.< Staff sergeant William Bolt to drew own this r.m.; : party, Woodman &
ortrlm cVJP .. c Wn.nLTrflr ...... Bryne, and plan on building I Spauldlng, son of Mr. andMra. should be done your by the semi bird-scald hail 8pm. I RTS
KliilrX" a cottage court. William H Spauldlnl of method. TUES., N tv. 23; Brownies, frcshylcriunChurch, 3:15: p.m.'Girl; South Dix' HighwayFort
Heji.*> Pl' aMa t.l.! ..>. Mr and Mrs J. I.. Tucker of Lawrencevnie, Illinois. The cere- To do this dip the bird In wa' Scouts, Woman dub 34: } pm.; St. Jisrphi/ Church Turkey. llhsrc. L666woos..u fierce

muCK MMONIV Jp8* X r>ut ..ir Boyne City, Mich, who own and mony was performed at the ter at 128 r for 30 minutes, Be: dinner, Civic' Center, 5:30: to 8 p.m. I .! Plici/e
rr eieTobacco manage the Corral cottage court chapel at Fort Myer, Va., with sure to have the correct temperature ->' WED, Nov 24: Rotary CUholms. J2I; !? p.m.. City ConmuWon, I 129WIDLIAMS
Chaplain William W Slssel officiating l- If the water Is too hot the r.naHu 'i
Hill football
Miss Marie and Miss 'Amelia City 8pm ( ( MclbmiriKJ vs Stuart high nhonl
attendants were bird will feel
XQ.Xllr. greasy and slipperyand ,
Zangrandl of field" 8
Westerly R. I. '
Miss Mary L. Curlln of Washing the outer skin will be scarred p-m a
CTON( ., B.UtLAWAlg. toss Amelia Is one of Westerly's outstanding ,ton and Captain John L, Whlp- Off, Water that Is too cold will THUUS,, Nov 21: 'Dukh Treat. 'Lunrhmm, :Stuart ,IMcl/ 12:13: tol-\
organists! and music pel Arlington, Va. The bride cause the feathers to stick and lowed by I btklp:'. Civic Outer, 1:30 !,-III.; dance I lube Sound I ft SON
teachers Marie. Is a librarian, was gowned In with brown Center: 8:30 .
-- -- -- _. grey skin-tear will result Be careful Community : p m
accessories and wore a corsageof not to break the skin as a loss -" kf
grillillllllllillll'llillllMllllllllllllllinilllMIIHIHIIII' ( IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllll"SECKER'S' ( Hilltop roses' Miss Curlin was of j Juice and.flavor and dryness PROGRAM ON RADIO II BAPTIST WILL PRESENT leral Highway at drst St.
In brown crepe with brown accessories wm result. CHRISTMAS, CANTATAThe SE4/ICE )' 'SATISFIES
] = and wore Talisman When it comes to roasting a The Martin County Red Cross I SINCLAIR
roses turkey, the oven temperature is will present a nutrition program choirs of the Baptist GASF& OIL
The bride was graduated from most Important Slow cooking over Station WIRA In Fort Pierceat Church have begun rehearsal on WASHING \OUSHINC*. LUBRICATION
3 Miles North of Stuart on U. S. 1 Martin County high school In In a moderate oven 1300-350 FI> 12:IS pm, Sunday Miss the Christmas i &D
1941 Her husband, attended Is the secret to a juicy bird. Beverly Smith, publicity chairman Cantata "Nightof TIRES, BA\TERIES SUPPLIES
tLICIOUS FROZEN CUSTARDS schools In Lawrencevllle and Grease the turkey well with an who wrote the script, will Holy Memories to be given DAD SERVICE
t Does v Hamburgers SandsJuhes = served.20 months In the Pacific unsalted fat. Salt on the skin be the speaker.Word Dec 19 at 8 p,m. About 40 voices of

}d Drinks Coffee Milk S ken c with the Navy He Is attachednow will blister It and cause the will take part In the presentation Pt ONE/122 ;
to the finance division of Juices to ooze out. Start roast has been received that combining the adult and
Stop and Refresh YourselfOn Hq Military Air Transport Service ing with the breast down so the Mrs. Mary B Newman" of Bridle youth choirs of the church 0' '' -_ - ---- -_ .
Your Way To Jensen Beac Washington and the coupleare fat from the back will render N. 3., who fell and broke her hip,'
OPEN MJ c making their home at Silt out and make the white meat Mr. and Mrs. W. T Alexanderof
11 A M
to 11 P. has been hospitalized and
18th St.. S. E.. In Washington. lulcy Bait turkey with melted, may Evanston, 111, are residing at i
.11I11I1111I 11"1111I111I11I11111111I11111I11111111I111I111 IIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIII.RT unsalted butter or other fat or not be able to come here for the the C. L. CUR residence, Sago ,SEE
VALMORE BROWN GIVEN pan drippings at time of turning. season Bands, until! Feb. 15 '
I PARTY ON BIRTHDAYJ Small and medium-sized birds -e .- e- I OUR
Valmore Brown celebrated should be turned every 30 to 45 Attending tho P.TA convention Mr and Mrs. R. M. Emalley of GRAND
his 6th birthday with a party minutes, large birds (12 to 20 in West Palm Beach last week South Carver Mass. have arrived ;
j given by his mother Mrs B. D IDS) every hour, and very large wen. Mri Marie McCullough. for the winter season and DISPLAY of
TU HOTEL Brown in Woodlawn Park Sat birds at Intervals ,of lye to 2 Mrs Arthur Fowl, Mrs A. O. are residing at their St. tulle i
hours. To' keep from breaking Crescent home.
urday afternoonAssisting the I
Pittmun Mrs II. ]J. Greco and
hostess were Mrs. Willis Paget, skin In turning, lift bird at the -- -
Mrs i. H. Paget, Miss Sara Rolllns head and foot with clean folded Mrs. Joe ConstameMr Mrs B. C McCaddon Is spendIng ,
I Mrs Michael Harklns, Mrs cloth or paper towels to protect -e- the winter with her IIOn-ln- i
E TAURINT Alec Delicti. Mrs Charles Cuth- the hands *. Domlliy I Turns was th"wu.k..lld law and daughter Dr and Mrs FINE ;
bert and Mrs Ivyl Plrtle, Favors The time required to cook a guest of lire mother, Charles E Lane on Bewails : :
of colored balloons and turkey depends on weight oven Mn B. P. rxikrry' in Fort Point.. .
Under Personal Management Tsimas I .,. GIFT
Andy ----- -
oj crepe paper hats! were given the temperature and other factors Force; ...;;;;;;;
in guests Oranges, wrapped in so no hard and fast rules can be -
Specializing -- white and green tissue paper, given It takes'' about 40 minutesa Mrs jHtpfune Sliillon. a teach TOMORROW'S EXPERTS WATCHES i. ,
were used for a hunt". I pound. When a bird Is done cin Salin Schuol, returned
Quests were Mary Frances the flesh is slightly shrunken beneath where Brainy men know that the train : )
SEA POOD DINNERS Ammons, Eddie Barton Joe the skin and the bird gives ThiirMlay" from New J Imscy ed man gels ahead \fin opptirtumtv (
I Cuthbert Barbara Delich, Ran- slightly when picked up by tht she was 1J<'lby\ the illiifts of for advanctiwit conies 'f) :J1

dall Grey Peggy Harklns, Carol ends. The Jonts are no longer Inr motlitTMis along, the nun wi m training 1.+ 1 l
STE S and JCHOPS I I Jackson Kay King Mary Lyons, stiff the thick portions are ten- -e gets first call. Y J can put Nation !1 known watch zn
Tommy Maxwell Suenclle Maxwell der and do not show pink Juice Lillian I Il.ua'n, :Ixxkkerperfm yourself In this fofinn by get ie0 1
: i t
01 ash ned 'I Darllne McCoy, Johnny when speared carefully with a { :the Board of Public Instruc ting one of the m:w Interesting ames/that demand re- 7,, d
| Springer Rosemary Taylor, Pat skewer or fork. Try this 10- lieu. ntiirnrd lilt lay Irom J Ja ..kI I and exciting JobsMuw being offerellby spectAhe country over, 4"h'
Turner Bobby Ward and Benjle minute cranberry sauce: tiville where. she attended the the newLrmy and Air Han omely styled :
I ,
Thanksgivng Day Dinner MINUTE CRANBERRY Fore Opport sties In these r j
l.oolkv'rr "Lt
stliKl (if JiistruitHin
( l
pi fin jeweled A
SAUCE service re g tee than ever or --
For ReaervatVj Phone 9143 Mrs. T. L. Hausmann who has Heat 2 cups sugar and 2 cups this week tor ambt us ng men. Then, fftd collection we are T t
and and ,boll five too, these ller chance f
In Missouri water to boiling you a
Finest Seafood in Fl Jy'da been New York visiting City, arrived last week minutes Add 4 cups ripe cranberries Mr and Mm. A. O. Kuimrokretunnxl to further 1 duration. They psjbiid to show you. Come in, make your scIXction,

and is visiting at one of Mrs.. Do not cover Cook last ThuriKliy from their are jobs tha 'e you experience en use our Lay-Away Plan. No extra charge
Edward Bwann s,cottages! on Bewails without stirring until cranberry summer home in Newport, H. I. with a c alue, They're sp'
fwn!.. __. skins pop. Takes about 6 min They were .ml'ullicd by Mr aorthwbil fro many stsnd-
1 utes. Remove from heat and and Mra Emimiul Cnrrtu who points. F d out about then Stuart
cool in pan. pour In containers me their guetis.Mr by gettin farts an [Inures now J Jewelers
for serving This gives a sauce .. They a yours for e asking?
of color Just c4 at the I', S.Vmy aid
LIBERAL ALLOWANCE a pretty and l Mrs Qrt1jLehxuswere V fir Force Recni\f!( SU 'Formerly Stllart Jewel Shop) i. .';

&IVEN T\UR MRS. RICOU IS HOSTESS the guests of Mr. and Mrs. :/ 269 OsceoIsT Ave New Dehon Building ; s
Luther Damns In Orlindu list /Comeau Building
OLD BATT\RIES Mr. Earl ]J. Htcou: was hostessfor week end West Palm Beach, Florida
TIRE and
'ETAi luncheon bridge Lr .
the Ace
High -e- --- --- -- ------
ATSALERNO club Saturday lit her home in El Miss t> rotliy Clllntll i who Is at
i dorado Heights. High scorn, dueling Florida State College his r it rI a

of a kinds were\! won by Mrs. Ri 'Ou and Mrs. been ehotrn from .a mixed chorus
Web Prdway Others playing of 150 to lx one of 60) to go ona
STAT! for sale. were Mrs Evans Crary, Mrs ll A. concert tour Their tour, will I
I Arbngut, Mrs Edwin A. Mennin include, J.ld..nvillJ. Oculu and

ger, Mrs R, Boyne McPherson Daytima Beach I
U. S. N Ml AT SALERNO ROAD Also rentals*"! nsuince. I Mrs E J J. Smith and Mrs R. C -e-

Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Sanford
who spent the summer in New I

Amoc Tires and Batteries ENTERTAIN Haven, Conn. arrived in Port Sew I I

INVESTIGATE, BUY NOW! Edward i\apP Mr. and Saturday Mrs John evening Dunn-h; entertained ut. all yesterday !I FA9' ARE YOU MISSING SOMETHING ?" IJA4$

their home on East 4th St, with r rV
Quit Courteous, Efficient Service Realtor matter what you've boon offered for present
(lour tables of bridge. highs( P. O. Arcade Bsjf. were won by J lames Brock and Mrs. your nearest Kai Frazer' dealer would Ilk

C/E. BEEDLE, Owner E J, Smith" Other guests were to 11 you what he thinks it's worth It could
/ Phone 19HOTPOINT and Mrs. Charles Kindred, Mr. Y
f 0. Box/36 Salerno mac ore than you think
and Mrs Glen DrBerry Mrs.
1 (Broils, Mr and Mrs J
McCoy. Mr, and Mrs. John Martin KAISER %
Mr. and Mrs. J J. C.. Golden\ long mile b eon gallons. Roam for y
Mrs Curt Schroeder and MM / your five besrkiends. Style and luxurafnat make I+
Flora Shl ley.
the KAISER aiAFRAZEK the Mpst pied can mAmerica. i

MRS. BERRY HOSTESS V A rule t\t smootha the Wtnpu and hugs R

Mrs. William Berry was hostess the road at any ape
far her bridge club Friday af e's Go ew
Before decide w car, fill out the
you any
RANG lemons at her horne at 305( W. 3rd LifWe'll
and find and without oWi ,
St. Guests oT the club were Mrs. ire lur worn, coupon below o i/y--

Drew King, Mrs. Glen DeBorry fatigu tire a ''secondwind" gation-what your Sepses r will bring Then drive ,

Mrs. R. J J. Randolph Mrs. Curtis 'em a 1949 KAISER or F .trVnd find out for your-
t' make
APARTMOTT SIZEOCK Whitlcor and Mrs. John V. Men self what our 300,000oud o n already know
____ nlnger Others playing were Mrs. ride likenew( Bring
The keys are wuiinfoi
Bernard Coker Mrs 1. C. Backus. in your tread-bares you.

I Mrs. Ceorge w. Parks< Mrs WU!. today, Ve new *em inPREMIUM Maybe you've n Missing w ittgl I '
"ill o liam King. Mrs. Charles A For
a Jiff 1Rea
in ter and Mrs.' Harris Lowery .Jr rites
Mrs. Men
High score was


Mr. and Mrs C M. Walker,
9.95. Mrs Edna Coutant and Elwtn 's Sarvic St ..

Coolant spent last Thursday, on I a0. HIGHWAY V. a.Pk li liW
N sight-seeing trip. They visited -
to ORTFi
and Cypress Oar- IS W
1 1 Bok Tower !AY CAR
Nationally, Adve\ed Price ....na. .---- H


RYTHING ELECTRICAL $4.50 Per Case .....
B ds Submitted HAYES JBOTOR CO. ..
tncal CiRractm.7; Budweiser Bluer Ribbon llantineoShlits (IIy- '

SERVICE Miller s Lila Carlings Heiley BI rhone is -rr,.,....:.. OCOUast

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/(((!* )'*]_j| I ethdh
Woodman (?
night f at '
'tallabasselaWhile: : Monday pI will" have its annual, t ]
PY ttall Tickets may be obtuftwid at
Pi 9 Published every Thursday III > their income may not be.soarIng ,the door ht 50 centl. There' will Tuesday It th, C on, e..i.
I Stuart, Martin County, Florida Quit AS high, farm families ."bit a a snack bar with ,plenty\ of f I 530. .to 8pmoldened Taprs
I 'I by Stuart' Dally News, Inc, a are spending more for their necessities :homemade mutual and,caU, tea lam Ii.nlp\.
1 t Florida corporation. 3 rS, e b and comfort, accordingto :and coffee. SI..,? \
!t''' t Entered as second-class mat) Mini Ethyl Holloway, outlook -=-_____
i matter at the pmt' office =--
PAGE at specialist on the taft ot the
:' i Stuart, Florida, under the Act '
I State !home demonstration officeof
of March I, 1879S3 ,
{, A FE PRESS I the Agricultural, Extension

and b.a I She was told at an outlook
Ot { p L til)t.J'u'; Stunt TI j-: atn.rtqa.A.ruu:' ::":'."..: conference IB Washington recently Beautiful Indian, River
'f'Ipan A FREE PEOPLE r.ore wbluad I. I
, PalmWiths t ''i 1 ( 111\*., "T.db.. ItiMrt Ye.nu.q 119 that farm families keeP. Near Jensen Beach
*h c4i TL.u MHMUdatr4 I
Mi more
I'" r wa X.roll Mtt.l I. Itll. 0..n......a....Lr41IIr4. .M...k.. for big family accounts l living spent in J94T than, Bedre Llriag Room, Kitchen and rF
Iii JaclU!,, i n 110./p Nit"..;y..M..e. w _rl. .kn..N a tt I they did la 1948, Spending' for Site y
I dblr -. consumer foods has doubled! Landscaped
', I
I' .- ,. v' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED TRESS! 'n S Flw during the last seven years Furnished Immed'
i ... .. ,..... .. .. The last few years have been pe
r. ...
Ax.ela d .
to IIItI.104 .1. to th ......11.. ..
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4, ..... ... .. ... ...... .. at .u 1110I. I '
h -I. to Ina '. u .u aU A' MN 410'....... prosperous for many farm families $9C (Terms
Y and the average"
? :. LYONS '_,: ''':::.:?::::=.. -.i:: SUATf I farm family 1 ii more prosperous InspectionW.B.TILTOI Wil twin
fcbWIN' 6NNI NGaa. JR. .d,,,,,, yw,,,,,,,,,, : \ than ever before Even so, the You
i WILLIAM.. H, MITCHCM.tuHH .. .. a+ywh,.,.,.,_A"ol.: JI...... number of families whose. Incomes
I ,, 11 V JlENMNCER: _.__._ _.,__.._._,,.,,_"...I.... II...... and levels of living have altor

,SUBSCRIPTION RATES remained low during recent Box 376 Phone 158M 2j
3f l + Ar Nill, On. Twr, .,... ...., .,11,1' T... ,___.... ?..?..",,..".II.ut" yearn,ti Urge enough to cause Jen/ei l?

i't ,AarueUne r.tw "... a.... aq ....U..II... YM. ......_. .....r.s I.. .bl. concern: _'_'_"_'" _.._ < .
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f MEMBER @ 1948 ,

l r Mgagai.a qlI FOR>MUNICim JUDG i

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groaning! and grumbling under the surface by + y
'taxpayer demanding\ action out of tity and county I l lt
government is not limited to Stuart but is universal in !'
Honda because of the homestead exemption amendment. tI1 rq+ A.r"r/ On my 'r<%prd of experience, service

The following'editorial) by C. S. Miley which Appear
j ,/ '' "d in the Fort Pierce New*.Tribune is just as true for
and qualification I ask
Stuart athtt-M! *rt'in' County as it is for Fort Pierce and St. 4r IP' ? your c
r ;l Lude County:

City and county commissions and other officials are tined confidencVand support Jn the
familiar with the property owner who appears before alkaYD
them, sometimes in a belligerent mood, wanting this an
that done and fortifying his demand} with the declaration Municipal Primary, STuescJ/y, Nov.
;, that he pays his taxes regularly, has been paying them
j p for year and years Meaning, of course that he's entitled

t 'j'; to what hes asking for. Sometimes he even threatens :::::?: News and Comment O a I 23. '
II i to quit paying his taxes if his demand Nn't given immediate ,
(; (Our observation has been that frequently these fellows WILL, FEE, one of the pioneers of Fort to admit my ignorance and to see people!
: '4 don't pay a nickel in taxes for the services or Improvements Pierce and the St. Lucie-Indian River see"- as mysterious) I and wonderful beings in al J

L' which they vociferously demand, or toward Jon, 'is. compiling a history of the early miraculous world than it is to tag and
i the cost of operating the city or county government (
financing the public services which they provide, although settlers of this region and the strugglesand label ((hem and' give verity to their strange,II HF Y

they may think in all sincerity that they do. Why? Simply privations which they endured: lIe i is actions. '

t because the only property which they own is! their home, particularly anxious trace any historical C
j I and l in Florida homesteads up to an assessed/ Valuation of articles which\ may have appeared in The TO: SAY that one man Is more or less j
$3,000 are exempt from all taxation except for debt service :atuart News important than another is to overlook. the ,
:urposesfor paying the Interest and principal on bonds (PAm POLITICAL saV r
eSINCE essential truth that each himself is the
voted by the property owners) themselves, years ago Inmost II I
/ !instances/, THESE lire legion and to find them determiner of value. Each individual;,'is! j

An estimated 95 percent of the homes In Fort' Pierce requires going through' the voluminous a scale and balance by which\ the world'

I are assessed at not over 5000. On the county roll last files of some 33 years,, of publication, we is weighed, an. ,,eye through, ,which it is I II
year, only a few more than 100 out of the more than 2,000 wonder if there are some resident of the seen, and''a; being through which it is ex !
t homes were assessed at more than $5,000. Thus, approxi:- :ommunity who may have clipped and erlenced.' What historian, weighing with 1
I' f mately 95 percent of the homesteads fri Fort Pierce and laved articles of historical significance. one scale seeing with one eye and feeling TO 'I f ,3 4 St. Lucie county pay no general or operating city or county e with one soul, can speak for anyone except
taxes Into the city treasury they pay nothing toward (IF YOU DO 'have such clippings or the himself? ,
I 's 1 financing such public services as police and fire protection Jutes of them how about 'contacting us e '
t ;I street and sewer repairs, maintenance of public it The New!! It will greatly expedite IF TilE EARTH stood still there wouldbe '
r parks, drainage, garbage collection and disposal l, payment Mr. Fee s research and help him+ln an endeavor no years, the days and nights wouldbe
h t of( the salaries of city employes, and for a thousand and close/ to his heart, replaced by one day and 'one night. If OF TUART;
'I one other things that must/ be taken care of by the city. e there were no earth to come between us
) '
Into the county treasury' they pay nothing toward AM PERSONALLY greatly Interested In and the sun, there would be no night but a
the cost of operating and maintaining the schools:, nothing .he moods and spirits) of historical periods day so long as the sun shone, c .
1 toward( financing the rcreation program nothing toward 'jut have never been able to get up ,the *.
the Boat of public welfare nothing for the agriculturalr >rope: enthusiasm for the minutiae of PERHAPS if we removed our sense of self-
r 1l health departments nothing for road construction hit< ncl* recording. importance, and our dense of the Importance
;l and maintenance nothing on the cpst of operating our e of people, history's importance I have served yoAfor the past three]
t t'(urti>, nothing toward the payment of salaries or otherj' I WHAT PEOPLE did or when they did It would dwindle proportionately.
(compensation, nothing on numerous other services that nai never seemed particular! importanto e
t t must be provided and things that must be done the' years to the best ofvoy ability
t by me. At school I had an aversion for.hls- IT WOULD be a great day if human be
i i ,+ t county.No orical dates--what difference did they ings could be simple and happy withoutthe
the cost of all these things\ In I borne by the non- : iake1?-and even today I cant see thatit necessity/ for explaining what they are, .. '
7 H homestead properties-business\ and Industrial properties, particularly matters that a thing hap.* where they came from, or. what they did.SO d
1 groves, lands, railroad (a big hunk of our taxes), merchan pened in 1882 or 1883THIS C I have' tried .to give bu com n-
i due stocks and equipment, and so on. Of course, Intownthe C YOU SEE why I'll never be a historian
I h8mellteader pays a few dollars surtax on his light bill IS probably because of a particu- I nee people as living in the "ever.present ""sense, level-headed businVs-likwten
'i and a few dollars toward the cost (but not all the cost) 'any warped\ turn of mend\ on my part. I r now," that eternal day which has existed ,
a.4 a.a a. of collecting and disposing of his garbage For the rest have never been able to accept for reality : for all who have vanished; shines here now vice iCoJRmissioners.
of its operating income the city must depend on such hose roles which people play. I think for us, and will shine; we hope, for those as one of your City -
a things aa occupational license fees, fines and forfeitures :hat human beings take themselves far to come We and they' make our appear
and utility plant earnings. The schools get a good hunk too seriously and assume too quickly that ances as strange beings in the magic illusion .
t) c, 3 of state aid from race track taxes and other sources, and hey are carpenters, lawyers, realtors of life and as mysteriously! as we .I
v the county gets some from the race track fund. lewspapermen, poets or prophets. What come we are gone. It is nice, though, that w
t Debt service taxes, applicable to all real estate, hornet :hey really are I don't know and they don't some folka want to crystallize! so illusory
( r ; as well as others, are set up on a long-rang* program and : To me it is far more refreshing a performance -E::.,I* I am offering myself for m-eleclk
the taxigg agency must levy a sufficient"mlUage each ;yearto
meet the interest and retirement fund for that ;year '
i If they didn. they'd soon be haled into court and made. in the Municipal, PrimaWof Tues

to do so,
And so thats the picture which our city and county THEDINING day,,Nov. 23, and w' deeply, appreciate
t p il boards face when it comes to raising money for the things\! VICTOR Y &60M '

which they're ,expected to provide. And maybe it mightbe ., your vote av support
a good i idea to take a good look at it before you start
4 j Driving about our high tax.* or joining in the high.pressure SPEIHALTHANKSGIVINGK&DINNER
D move to force something on the boards which they're a
I not prepared to finance.-CJS.M. '


1 it : i The fabulous Alexander Woollcott possessed a sharp w. MAKER ,
I ; { stinging wit, which he exercised on friend and foe alike.
i t Hut all biters, in time, become the bitten; and in Alex'i INVITE YOUR FJUl&DS AND RELAT '
{ ease the bite came from the normally patient and rea. FORHOME
}+ ,losable Howard Dietz,
One day Dietz got into what he considered a mild COOKED, DINNER / for
argument with the unpredictable Mr, Woollcott. FOR RESERVATIONS a
I th "Are you trying to cross! met" the tatter demanded i, .
1 ,t leftilyDietz Phone 9129 'COMMISSION tiI !

leisurely surveyed the mountainous figure of Under the Management
4 ; his adversary, with Its bulging midriff and multiple chins, '
ind coolly rttored;, "Not without an alpenstock Mr and Mrs. Ben Goddard. J 1,410

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Utcksonvllle, 'NOT 18: Sales FIVE ATTEND CONVENTIONThe News ,
I .A riorlda'Uveatcok markets for Miami Beach, No. 18: Calling [INTEREST GROWS Palm City Mrs. E. M. Higbee and Mn F. TWO AT NORTHWESTERN '

I'lit' period on the tourist business a major national Rev R W. Acree, Mr. and L Klgbet spent Saturday In Dolores Law and June Helen 1

hid) figure$ were available to- industry, Legh ;R Powell, Mn 1 L. C. Kickllter, Mrs, Robert Fort Pierce. Matousek ol Stuart are among

&, }lit Jacksonville offices ofBorlda Jr. president of the Seaboard IN CAP CADET Longbottom and Mrs, Arnold Rowleys Observe 60th :Ru.saelDay\ C.W.O. and son, lull-time student from Florida
State Market brought Air line Railroad laid here Bauer returned today from representing Kermit left Monday for Penat- who are attending Northwestern
cash total of I1S0.57912, accord- yesterday that more than $IO,_ ITRAINING cola after a weeks visit here at University at Kvanston
I gg to data on receipts /mpplied 000.000.000 are spent annually PLAN the Stuart Baptist Wedding Anniversary the home of his mother, Mrs Ill. this fall
'six niani.1erl, figures on three this country for recreational) Church at the &7th annual State Anna B Day He will proceed ,.

JLrteto being unavailable Nine travel alone." convention of By MRS ANNA B. DAY 1 to Washington, O C where he further tbe Interests of the community
operating 5 markets, reported I Interest aml. will be located! at the Washing .
total of 2,355 cattle: Dry and Growing In the varl- Mr: and'Mrs: : visit at the home of Mr and ton Quartermaster Depot, Alexandria
!toneUnl a sandy area mw belt tui courses In the cadet training the opening session\ Tuesday George L.Rowley'celebrated Mrs. L, 8. Oregorte They also
md loot hogs during the week. fur growing pine trees,, program being offered by the morning and the convention their 80th wedding expect to visit in Miami, Va. as purchasing and
contracting officer.
Stuart Civilian Air Patrol ended at noon today More than anniversary Sunday. Owing to LOYAL ORDER.OF, i
is squadron 1,000 "messengers" from 830 Mrs Rowleys Illness there was Pat. Patterson of the Sailfish A joint meeting of the Palm MOOS 1 1UART
reported being shown by Lodge left Tuesday for City Mens Club and the Palm
the 24 cadets churches )Florida attended the no celebration planned. However Tampa LO 1aN yr,
now enrolled
here. '
meetings she was remembered where he may remain for sometime City Woman Club was held air! r. M. !
The program was set to by her 1.1 ar EDNESDATa '
up promote friends Tuesday evening. Plans were ,I
and relatives MONTH '
Interest in a v Vat ion bouquets and plants gifts with and A:game party will 'be held on made for a social In the near future ss Herne
among young people 15 or more Week's cards which Nov 28 at 7:30: at the home of The Men Club hope to !. D L IGHWAY :
ash years of LegalInstruments among was a sunshine ,
Highest and
age several senior
Q Mr and Mrs. make this a monthly feature to
/ CAP members bag from the Stuart chap.' Clarence Feinauer. __
Paid FoUSED Y4ur j their time and are efforts volunteering to make L I ter, order of Eastern Star from All are Invited. '

AR 'r it.ft success They have scheduled which she Is having much pleas- Mr and Mrs R. W Fathauer LIST Rooms a/d
See U* efore : an outing and fish-fry for ure by ojjenlng! one package each\ of Cleveland and Stuart, have Homes your Apartments Rental .
the cadets and WARRANTY day from U moved to the Walton cottage on us.
You Bell or + prospective cadets L.ra, Hill K.I.I. uaC WuhburnrtiwU
Sunday which A I Intitll I Henry H. Zelssett of Waterbury First St.Mrs. .
T on more details to IrMhmw Inn; L. FULFOR
/ ode 'a wilt be announced later Hrh.e.tl.' Cli.n.n B, frt.ilN Conn., son-in-law of Mr.' May Wallace and: son, /{

SUNRISE M10 TO R CO MIA Y' All of the 24 have been given Trwmad; T.rtIH-Y Como.n. \0.,. tuba and Mrs Rowley, new down Nov.; Bill, leave tomorrow for New .R..t F.labs
[ N air rides during the Sunday t. D.rl..t .... 10 to spend the week end with York City, where they will spend '
//IAe L p1X1 __ PORT PIERC p weekly I. touni.lw. ct rl Ut-0. H "..... BUI ING SELLING NTINC
afternoon sessions at the .t tix. !them He returned Monday the winter with her brother and
field under direction of Com VIM It. Trou. M .l W( ..5'T..a._. Mrs Jack Llsk has been nursing two sisters and also visit her PROPERTY MAN>CEM I||NT ',
1 N1p SPRINCl MATTRESS mandant of Cadets Arthur H. Lltrht I< rr.op c.......,. to 'brld. r .n.d I Mrs. Rowley for the several mother in Brldgewater Conn. Write ? O. BoxNf4 '

1 Fowler who also Js giving Instruction n ':::.... Sh.rp .. u< I. ...., ,AldrUkSouthrrr weeks since she returned from Miss Viola Kreider will occupy Sil North Colorado Avenue '
in a ground Link gut*. I... nil .nd Thnbwv "" her home while she is gone. Phone 317 ,,
BOX I SP1 G trainer which simulates actual ; M.S.I,por.tion O Wlilt.lo i..k U, !Xr.nk.n R Comp>...,.. the hospital he"Is gradually Mr and Mrs W B. Zelgler ol Stuart, Florida? ,
flying conditions Recently com- M.brl l>: M hlu t* r. -., .. uMrrtl. =.. Improving Miami were overnight guests at '
6 legs pleted is a hour ground i il..ll..r. M MttcbrH Ur.r to tw bmrn Hawmw O Huw.nl: : The Ladle,' Aid Society met the home of Mr. and Mrs George r ,
school: class led by James Chap- tot.1... In.. Nov 10 with covered-dish: lunch- Smith last Saturday. SST
$69.50 Vlue $ 950 pelka on. the study of aircraft 1t'W. C t Joknwn u. .t .< to Alko r. eon at noon In the afternoonthe Miss Elizabein Moore' of Ral-

L ( engines which met Monday aw.M.: ., vlr to t1o., .... regular missionary meetingwas eigh, N C., will arrive Saturday

' TWIN 0I' DOUBLES E nights at the Royal Palm Chevrolet Ii nlott' .P.rk h.ll .{s.ua.; .,,........;..I, I..... held. Reports of the for a visit over ,Thanksgivingwith
garage Chappelka plans t" lI.rin Women's Federation State meetIng her sister and brotherinlaw the
Ft. Pierci Sleep' Shop M O. G... to E. T. k..dl held at/Byrd Lodge, Avon 'fe"-I"
I' / another class In aircraft structure L. C. c.a.-re a ux to Gee.e J........ Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wortham .
Pierce at the garage soon at7:30-9 ot ... Park were /ven. Gifts of food and her sister Miss Addle Lea
, Fort 1L..I. N. 2nd *. Phone 710 pm Mondays NrGN It...".t L..W.ll.. Ji. M ..x0 tlner L. soap and c thing were donated Moore.F. TsV M \. "

Other instruction 1s being given C. T. "w<.. H u< bi O. M. ...., rl 0.. for a teacher in Germany whomwe L Higbee and E M. Higbee
in radio and health work. "'..rTm. ,.im Cohor: al' *" *'""* *."*. am! helping. spent Saturday and Sunday In Ref rige tor- ome Freezer f

Considerable radio equipment SATISFACTION OP MORTGAGE The Palm City Woman Club I Lake Worth taking the 32nd degree -
Theatre StuartSMART has been loaned the squadronby ttrt......11')t. U t.u.a)II. ..Cgnp.nr... C)..nwrmtlontorlj. to KIs. A. will meet Thursday at 2 ..m"one in Masonry. ib'mation ':
LYRI Th 'r the V B. Government and Mtrlo.1I! ot ".. week earlier than usual on !I :
Today ; ? cadets are being ,instructed by el, *Y../ x. krmb-t r. w. a. Unitill. account of Thanksgiving beingon 1! "1

Hot Oil th. Typ.d W4.tE6)eYar r Richard Gllson Health and hi.PI.rld... l.e.oI. I.... Plnuict an.I. the regular meeting day. II J
safety classes at the Red Cross ('III.... Yank of Stuart I I. C. T. Mrs. Katherine Blackstone of ir:: .
chapter house are 7-9 each a..... Stuart and Palm City has received tI .

; ) 7t7 j Tuesday night and upon their arc ASSIGNMENT.. U I. M...OF. C completion cadets will receive I'' 9. 8.It.r orpntl.n) ? lo M ltll. 10 of her brother. Max Daniel '
Si{ -v1 Red Cross certificates Anyone Llf J In t' Aalhony.rinrv' C'"miuinr Jr" Adml..r.,f New' York t. Moeller and her cousin, Roy

Interested in the program>< should J 11 Aathunv Ji, at .1 Seth Rountree both of MiamI. j

wIRLSDON'T contact Fowler Sundays at the Th.0....-.1..01.. M...Inv.. ,to to CIII.C..I..C..n.. ....nk' of They were killed in an airplane i., ;
field at telephone 362 duringthe S,..... 1 I
or accident while flying in a light The fact t*t Fire 1
1 TALK ( week.CHURCHES. Chi.... 1m QUITCLAIMS......n Oa.por.tlen I., training plane at Lake Harbor. Lurks Cttstantly 1 ...Y
N.r"I W. penny. Both were World War II veterans ; --a .,
rcH ;T.iNTI51' Off. V. A. W.rl to Myrtle M. Dr.M ... Moeller s re-enf>h*>ued r Tlf
.h. H..I D,.. was wounded twiceIn
t .ubiwrtIb
minor C'1"
SOUL AND ot .1.' "yrtl
irv4 k' r IcMert U..o..Swoon which will b< [>'... Europe. Rountree served four a la report.This .

I MQ- IfdTTOHrw ",1,, ;; LYUrrhr.ebe ...-ol M Chrirt Bund.r. ,SetentlMthout Nor: f....1 n. Q. "..I. .. .1..1.DISCHARGE ler Is survived by Mrs. Black- mute of ( "

Alas Bow and Arrow Sporj a .Cartoon+ Novelty Ik H,, <.".idea"MI Tttt: for U unto, R.iulc.live*. O th.Led Mill'" U. 8 1.i*...l II....OF..HEN Uu/MU to IMORTGAGE' stone. Rountree is survived by eve- d /i a house 1 ,
.*, I Ml} up mr i.ul" It.nlm. 55.4I O. 0.... .. .1FEE. his wife Mrs. Ruth Rountree a in, oukjbountry is ->
\muti. lk. eHati.r which ..1.. ...., SIMPLE son, 3. and his mother, Mrs. Ted I >
1, lMM n-* rmon !" tb. folbwfnrroe A C.III.of Thn.. a. CoiliM. deitrojjld or partially J \T ,
and th II,hi.. Tin I .., >1>,.... Wtlli Inth tbo.... K. CMll., to Ns. M Iulll... Daniels. '
Friday Satu/dayi 2 Big Hit Siilt. ..... y. .".'1 not rullll Ui. : Mrs. S. E. Lane has received dFIRE. hroyed by ]
Th..... B. tollliu,
i W Ike.h. Fo Ike fink 'luiMURplrlt to Mary A. Collln. .
William ...1... ti,. Srf and I..... >.shirt O..... T Brownie" I, (i. H. TtRwi. word of the marriage Nov. 5 of Vave you ,
Powell tj tI..II _.. ,, .J ... .... ef th. CjiorxD A.oOopoul..1 ii. to CIU..IHINCORPORATION her Ann Whittle, 'ormerlyof END :iIniur.. J
Ann Blyth in ", ,,,"' ,.u v not under 'In. l Is. 0 '' : IT le ill CERTIFICATE Salerno, to William Holt anceiIf M should t WHAT A THgLL! A separate zV> compartment '
TR. .Ue..., .IJUmiun nun .Inel. iiln IhrIk. Cnio.nut' Para tn J-ubllt '"
I .INMIw ....... 1roM Ihrl.Uni HlW.trnd.: l.k uT Ik. fullk J Spauldlng. an Army Sergeant. be your mirte* tonight a spacioi* fresh food section tiro never needs ,:
g I oI :t.'L"t.td th. ." _, EASEMENT cfne in and It for 'vet!
Scrhtutt. defrostinjr $410.00
Y..r i
fort Myer Va. At the present see yo%
I B..... i. / i nw l..llln..u. It will' <.... ", hot> c.."...> he is attached! to the finance division Conveni Terms I
Man tnt.ni l.t. hr' IwrlUN. of fNMlara BL| OF SALE \
hi. O<4 tin* .d.ml>l< run U,. l.rt.i M...|.| 1) White tu Frank H. tnw. : Of Headquarters MilitaryAir ; Ot.he/.Iodels in Stock from $216.0 i p. j (
I .,>..... MruJ wU, torn. 4>r ....1th HuM. I tl Transport Service Washington ED MREALTOR 1
.l* frwlom in tar ...... of Almighty. D. C.
2i.1RENE GiW Thm .".t XII (out'ol tfc.li-..n J. B. )*T>mrmiF tn Th. P ibltr. !
I kodlM.. lh...mh |K. imlmuudlnt cot ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE Mr and Mrs Gene Thompsonand I 1 ]
''dfrfao. "11eMar.' :Ills11.1I.' U.nk at P.hokw to C U 1'ollork. daughter Donna the : fin County ElectricArthur
I .... -----_ __ : :- I[ summer at the homes of their I I[ P..0. Arcade 1 1 I 1M
[ parents in Cincinnati, having I Phone 19 \ 2 Dehon Bid,.
t So Won dully Wonder. For Your ConvenienceWE left June 15 and returned Nov. I

iv ''ful -, ShlShould Happen HAVE INSTALLED ON OUR GAS PUMPS 1* Phone 75
W. 1. RobarU oldest son of
Also' to You! ffttied in FloridI The New Fil-o-Matic Nozzles I
Mrs. L. J Murphy, arrived Sat- .;,
eeetnw.se Sauer! SEEP tin&rwater Battle FOR urday after eight months absence -
of thltCentury) SAFETY ECONOMY CONVENj) CE as a merchant seaman "

Moto Sway He left Monday for his vessel. f
oe Mfte Yet MODERN METHOD OF LUBR1CA N While here he visited his mother !
w"s" "SUPERBAN" No. 9 CLINTONE SPRAY WAX A and Mr. Murphy his slate and '
Il. "BowlinglAlley( Cat" GULF PRODUCTS brother Mrs Helen Arnold and

CcKoon STUART SERVICE TA :ION Mr. and Mrs i. N. Roberts, and AnnouncinY
his sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs Casey Andrews and family

Sfnday and Monda) JIHIIIIIWHINIIIIIIimHrllllimMIIIINHouse liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii: ) I in John Salerno.May and sister Miss Elizabeth 'j,1 li.V 4
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Wide Entertainment Wonder 1 Hit Tunesnm | f:' .
Open 1 May and their cousin,
= Cra Clothes IMM [ CANDIDA! t
o; pe Miss Elizabeth Barry of Cleveland
b R 5HOW.sTtc _
N/cigc are occupying the new
f fe fp Ic home on 2nd 8t? owned by

Helen ArnOld.Mr. .
; and Mrs S. E. Lane had as for : .
t 1 / Sunday guests Mrs. Whittle and .
: Mrs. Mary Chandler of Salerno. 'r

The occasion was a birthday '
4 5 dinner honoring the Lanes' two- I

NEWEST DEC TM 'ar year-old Mrs Emma daughter Petty, Mary and daughters I Stuart Ci Co missioner \

OPPOSITE IT SE UN a Mrs Lena Felget and Mrs.

,r 109 So Second Street'llllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII" ors Pierce -= Jessie Burrell, spent Nov. 8 In I
tl lllllllllllllllljllhjlllllirl IIIIIIIIIIOIIIC=_ West Palm Beach .
Mr. and Mrs C. B. Moschelt of
Cleveland have purchased from .1II.

Mrs Dan Wenti the cottage on I T E II..
Pence CqnstructionJCo.Prne l Mr
First St. formerly owned by ,
Ralph Mallory. They
193 plan'to remodel and use it as MUNICIPA PRIMARY 'f i;
their winter home this winter ,
D-7 Build r with Blade or Ra\e and In the future Mrs Moachell .

U the former Pearl Went NEXT TUESlMY NOV. 23 ?
trw Ala2Yard Dragline Mr. and Mrs Harry Frazier < I II Ii

I See Us Fop and son, Robert, of Chicago, ar- f
rived yesterday for a few days
ClearingGrading: ; Ditching, i ,

I Diking, Etc. I/, r

U.AI ., ) ''I.t

h... o- Extra--- I ::lrj

Doeotlt Malone Rootia'Shootin'Tootln Football Fox Thrills\ ., "LIEpWe AS I A USINESS N I '

Pea+17 Edwards Bugs Bunny Cartoon N b3 A PLUMBER? P h o 265'j / .; )


Tu s.'-Wed. r SpecialThanksgiving W, ERCr OANE j

6 tppltfalt, ,, Program Day wNY lumber" BUSIN -, LIKE ADMINI ATION'' : :, ;

/ (Doors Open 2i4!) owl A? SpeclaIlsein \ : ,

testa sole Ir rest,>Fboe/El9 Fps., 4lC OR e R ick, Dependable Rentals, Your V( e and Support Will Be Greatly' Appreciated. \

r tMO1M.1 r la1N.f14 jM RVICE

For formal "


Service JOHN E. TAYLOR ; I''Ii.'
Voll dth Plumbing .
J Oueola Bid*. Pb.ne 1WBTUART '
Add.dt Ll/tb LYN CM..raw chrM., I
T..P Ca.drAL.t Akron A... Stuart Fla. M.C
Mad AntN,... -,N.V.IW A-.N.. warts Mww 311 {1 P'

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,. nmiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiMiHMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ / / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiI / / I II Indian River Drive snL PI' 5A1.& ... ...
's I n......w. r.mA n .. t .1.
'''"" I RIVERSIDE 'RESTAURANT The County Agent's Column krlM" H.rl.r II......to*Wj-f-MJ.Tki"MlKnul '\ .' a T aatexq' :
Drive Association Give : W. Data ta TII. 0 1Io. ,
5 to F. H.h..'d t. Th. Pnbe. r t +

s Frved' Chicken, Steak, Oyster nd ByL.M, Johnson KrfiMM lIIIft' o.a.a.v" N v.m.a s l"C. :
Shrimp Fete c .* w Ailgp pr4rLOWERS. .
HOME Thanksgiving Saturday, AFFIDAVIT,
5 COOKE farmers, ranchers and growers tered vows a* foundation lock i a: !__ M T*. .."....
t : t' ''S \ Tasty Delicious Fo d ,B Bv MRS VIVA C. ROAT participating in the IMS Agricultural for breeding registered Brahma --t- -.

- : : 4RS. ALBERT RINER j turned from a three-weeks visit: ,Conservation Program cattle on their ranch. With the
CUD to her mother In Savannah and I art reminded of the annual establishing of these two registered For AH
AT 'Oft: 0 ;!.c ,,5 \ Drive la Curb Ser c. i a palm garden setting at her daughter and son-in-law,, meeting and election of county herds of livestock, and the OCCASIONS s sB ;
;da J t" i E ,H MILl MOUTH ST LUCIE HIVE MlIiiiliiiinJiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin E ON FED. ,0. I !E Walton community Center FrI- committeemen of the Martin extensive pasture improvement
'r Mr and Mrs, Sam Lang In San
Ad\I'1;' I / / iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiii I day night Paschal Rascal orchestra County ACA at the Seminole program Troup Brother are QtJETS'a a A FLOWEls
: '!, ,j: '; : provided music for a dersvlUe, Oa. Inn, Indlantown tomorrow carrying on at their ranch more FLORAL ARRANGEMk/NTS/

Palm"J pan : ;, II> I"" t Ot- OCl CO: O OOOEO p I>> dance given by the Walton-Eden Mr and Mr. William Kahn, night This meeting will followa people should visit this Urge
t : ( Club Forty eouplei beside many are arriving this week from New supper at t:30, and all those operation. MESTIC aid t IMPORTED CERAMICS
\ .
'f 'Ii' FREE YOURSELF tags attended. Door prize was York to visit Mr and Mrs. Joseph who cannot come to the upper

. facDltse. (,.' f' ,i ': ; : FROM IIR CARE J ';:1 ;:::) I dance won by by Faye Mrs fUppold George balloon Kasnle Schleslnger in Eden. are The urged election to attend of county the meeting.committeemen ,I tomatoes With the approaching latbjj"ght season gardener for S 'S FLORAL & GIFT[ SHOP

... ,I'' I ,; FOR TtJ SEASON t'' 4 p and Charles Moehle and spot Henry 8 Diet. Jr, of the 1 II of great Important to will find the following\ spray WE WIRE FLOW;
..; < p ] I light award by Florence DeMaes- Drive was I Nov 10 guest of,Mr. the association member a* this 'program will\\ keep this late
: '" : Enjoy i a shirt, \ ftly curled and j schalk and Melth Jackson. and Mrs James D. Askln. "ItYa I II their opportunity to elect the blight from getting Into their Arcade Bftjfc 8th St, Ft Pierc / Phoi* Jijj

"t \ Contoured ui io for the Ha'J:. Cold drinks, sandwiches and small world when you get In men who will represent them In I small plantings of tomatoes:

,I It I \ son's freed Let Marjorie/ .... II I pumpkin pie were served, this section of Florid," stated the administration of the county -, Two pound of Panate. to 100 r.r
"I Buffum givAy a brisk ne ... ,tA J 148-49 Agricultural Corner gala of water. or 3 i evening Diets "because rub shoulders
'k H hair V \ j Saturday I Is the date you I' than, I lb. of Zinc to 100 gale
cut I Vatlon
I and vely youthfu >jj I for the Indian River Drive Association with people from your home Program
i1: I;' ''of water; or.2 qts. of Dlthane
': looking ne I. Then town you never knew were
0 perm jus p>> party in Walton Community -, Z-78' to 100 gal*. of water, sprayed -
3 ., 't corrb hail s. 1 there Diets and Satin were Sander Brothers of South
:'t. I' Q run a tfrouVh your ./ Center. This Thanksgiving
I I on the tomato plant every ,,
0 and be olf to ca free | : affair will feature a varietyof members of the same rod and Carolina have Just finished ,
: ,if gOo seven days In addition to the
gun club and fishing club on planting 100 acre of new hybrid TiwkBuilfRADIATOR
I .
M ] times.I entertainment.Mrs even-day spraying schedule tomato I
Long Island but had never met cucumbers which are believedto
Walter Cochrane' Ischairman
fI I : \ I'I I I I of entertainment and until surt-fishing on Jensen be resistant to downey mildew plant should be sprayed
after each rain and after each
I Sanders brothers have
Beach. buttons The
< Club they were
I i-\\ Victory her committee Include. Mrs. .,
heavy fog
I i '" e ty Robert Melton, Mrs, A.: J. Jack wearing attracted attention grown these cucumbers success I
I I son, Mrs George Blackburn,I E. R Ensey and son, Donal fully In South Carolina and "Aphidcontrol on hibiscus can I to REAR AXLE

11' I Phone 205. Victory Arcade Q f I Mrs J. A. Oatlin, Mrs Elwood spent Friday in Tropic have their 100-acre planting on be accomplished by using half ,,
I I Griffith and Mrs Lan Jennings Mrs Faye BUUngton and soil-fumigated teupoonful of Parathion to 2
: Oz:=::::: 000v: D OOOi0MPT op I I daughter, Helen, were week-end, located on the Indlantotnr '
I the '
: Mrs Oatlin entertained these gal* of water, sprayed on I Er & @ Qoa s 4ItII
; \ of ,
M i idk ; women Monday afternoon at her guests of the John Donal Enseysat ; Farms. The first planting plant In the late afternoon.Two .
t I',' r home in Eldred where designsfor their home In Walton, Mrs these cucumber should begin application of this. aprayt I Iij
\ {1" ; "I j l Phone 353 coumoust sEavaaABST the party took shape and j I'BUUngton Is mother of Mr*. En- to yield within the next three three-day interval will eliminate j
'.' weeks.
g 110< ( sub-committees were appointed. ley and resides in Vero Beach. 1 these plant lice.
J r t i Refreshment were served Quest Coming to Eden Monday to Bowling; ;a;;
Elder d J. T
: ; 1' at the Mrs L. 3Elieaffer look after property Interest TELEPHONE:
\ meeting was of
: have 100
.1'P'i : I ,1" CTs.fI.td. of Lancaster, Pa, who I were Mr. and Mrs Francis X. tomatoes approximately planted on land acres about RETAIN BATES. ty 4'H?
Poled from Sebastian Accompanying -
la her slsiei. Mri .
visiting five miles south of Indlantown Tallahassee, Nov Jl--HFNSK-)
them were Mrs Poloal
-';-' r.; Ji; rane aunt Mrs Jessie V. Long from on the Juplter-Indlantown, road The Florida Railroad and Public I I
Preceding COCh'j This I\I Bowling first year of Utilities Commission has ordered [
M......., .., to her parents, Mr. and St. Petersburg, and the Poloskl t _
? t children Bobby and Mary.Mra. farming in Martin County and Southern Bell Telephone Company kwZ r
1 )1 TAM A... .ex A.run MIaM Tn4 Flwr.L"ur..a C. Rynskl of of Palm Eden Miss, T. I. Hausman has arrived he plans to develop !several hundred <- to retain Its present rates]
Rynskl Beach
acre for vegetable production have
A..Hun T/.l. A..cWP. until two public hearing :
,', \ 't; .me {IAaOar.oo guest of "BuddY" Chappelka of' from New Tort and taken '
in the future been completed.
'f I' a cottage on the Swann'estate, I'
I'' ', ; Stuart for the formal dinner had filed notice'
,, '1".., dance at the St. George Hotel In ,eewellf Point After selling her O C Troup of Troup Brothers company
':l' : "I Abstract & itle I Co. Palm Beach Friday night Sunday home on the Point Mn. Haus Indlantown. ha recently erected that It had planned to Increase I ,
urance of
Its rates
\ an average percent
I man spent the summer with her
Ififese J young folk a' two attractive sign showing
dolrc: i l brother and wife, Mr, and Mrs I effective next Wednesday.
) J the location ot( the Circle T
I R S. STAEzecut picnic party on I Under Florida law a utility may Ytw get s + if
Beach. Miss Ryiukl. member of F W Oooch c In Joplin MaFrom Ranch Troup Brother have Unuf luulLf J
< i. / t a Vice-Pr ident the younger social set ol the Mounds Minn Mrs 1.1 j I purchased a registered quarter- Increase its rates, after SO day e*t a CMC INUrlM.aUlltr CMC W M 4M

} Arthur Deho Buil ng Stuart, Florida Drive, It now employed In the H. Woolnough arrived at her i' horse stallion and two registered notice, unless it Is definitely GI alitn.d..t.wlt tru.kaaistiha.a

j 'i '' First National Bank, West Palm winter home in Ankona Saturday I''I quarter-horse mares a* foundation halted' by the Commission. Mater, tr.w.u u4 slat
'", r' ,' Beach. stock for a registered herd The hearings on the proposed ... .... .MltUlM tlM (VlIM U tiut \- '' 1 Miss Florence Renaud from Mr and Mr*. .Harry L. Wilson I, breeding program. In additionto Increase have been set for Miami ) fans,... Army .rkasrw,
6f St Paul, enroute to spend I II Dec. t and Jacksonville Dec llwy'r act wily k sad f.
Freeport L. I., terminated a this program, Troup Brothers gow
i 1 ; their usual winter season In j I 8. tlwy tiry CMCsE
w, months visit with Mr and)Mra have recently purchased four ,
Fort Lauderdale. are guests this -war geed IP., h, s d,
; SlfiLY Joseph Bchleclnger of Eden last Brahma bull ads! three register .ALL IXHNTIES: IV PARADE All .
p, II A PQgN6 OLD aAQ rIPIE PRhYL1 ; week end. A going away com- week of Mrs Fanny Street and I ; wtdan ding sends srSh0
S ; J Miss Edith Kynaston in Ankona Jacksonville, Nov. 18-(FN8)) ang mmlttj PriowlM'VhM CMC,
1 I' f 10. > )AA[KU 4de(, Tc rDDA o w pliment to their guest was a I Mrs. S. R. Ensey!: and! nephew .. r slMbureltlwmsdi duty
-A. F Rich, chairman of the
.1. .: l'I\ ,I ; No More so Th.n RiskingYour champaign Schlesinger dinner Nov. given 10 at by Seymours the- KOBLEGAKDI'E1EBRATE I' a Dons Sunday) Ensey afternoon, wa inspiration social gathering for- Fuller ''Warren Inaugural Com- SM in and M* thwn. Qti /sliwl "

New MTU WEDDING! ANNIVERSARY mittee, announced this ''week
JI fours By Inn Jensen Beach. Included in Mrs. Ferson Eden
Mr. and Mrs Rupert N that every.county in Florida will I
I t In the party were Mr, and
'I I J home A late afternoon Iced ,
Inadequa Koblegard celebrated their golden have a float in the inaugural parade -
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Mrs J J. Barnes of Eden. ..
course was served to the honorees -

: f: I t tt 1 j, b Unaa'eY1rine' Mrs E. H. LeTourneau has re- in wedding their home anniversary on the Tuesday Drive- Ensey and Walton Mr ,Ensey Mr ,and Mrs Mrs.Donal E.Mlchelson Jan 4.scheduled Special committee in Tallahassee have Y MOTOR CO. I

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It" with scores of friends calling been appointed representingeach .
,I Mr and Mrs. Duke WILEY
t' Their wedding was solemnized participating county, he
I : SEE US! Flnney, Mr and Mrs. Gordon 1
I R NURSE Nov 18. 18V8 In Springfield aald ; I forth Phone
Eden Mr and Mr !
McCabe *
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"1 t GUARANTEED Ohio The couple then going to
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Saunders, Ml. and )
Perry frs. I
WIRING i Weston W, Va.. where they resided -
t George Saunders and, Mr and i
f !i/'I/' '' : I Orna enta ante for some time and still
'I' Mrs. Fred T. Mattox, fort e,
I I have a country home where they
if' (E I I BLU GR Fertilizer spend summers They lived In Miss pierce;Helen Mrs. Faye Bllllngton.BUUngton Vero and ,
D. C. number of
Washington a
,;, In t. 'desP Beach,' and Mr and Mr*. B. T
14;, ,jl jlil I years here before purchase coming was to made St. Lude of Fulton and sons, Benny Jr, and
: 4 nt F a John, of Stuart. .
... ?f. t t'i I their built a first home winter on the home Drive They In Mr:. and Mrs Gordon McCabe C NTINUOUS DU'ITY i iI

l r I IM... Swart mmt Jw.. R.eA 1912 where they have since resided have opened their winter cottagein
''i }, II I Eden after spending the sum
mer at New Bedford; Mass
They have two sons, Ruhl W
'To Inaugurate their 11th wed-
and Rupert N. Jr" and five
ding anniversary Ollie L Pea-
) West grandchildren, Miss France Lee cock of the Drive, gave a surprise
4 ; I'' Pain1 Beach Directory attending .Mary Baldwin College dinner for his wife with 18
coven -
Btaunton, Va., Ruhl W Jr.
at Pleasant View Inn last
l When 1 II West uWch and: Rupert Jrd, Mary Ann and Thursday To celebrate OR ICKEl I
evening help
li i Palm These Firm Appreciate Your Patronage Indian Wendell River May,Drive all resident\ of the occasion were Mr. and YOU

Mrs. Ruhl Koblegard Mrs T S
,is Koblegard II 1 a pioneer real estate -
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me to us MOM HAWTHORNE operator in this section and Kirby Mr and Mrs Rollln Martin -
Ma]. and Mrs. 3 B. O'Neal,
lY i" I 512 (Bematis $t ROOFING CO. was Instrumental in the establishment Mr and Mr. Herbert Klncald,
\ of a moving picture
M.r and Mrs. J.
w Sample, Mr
Y Furniture and (OOUNO-SHEET METAL theater in Fort Pierce, and Mrs.: B. Arnold aqd Francis
St. Catherine' Guild of st.
r 3tt ATUPlloorl"G Andrew Episcopal: Church entertained j
I I Ir OUT with card party Nov.
f I in the parish house of the
, : I church It was reported both a Qty + 1886

,J' social and financial ucceu t

+' Card game were enjoyed and sea tee : ..194
\ WA R award given Three grand -..
r':L r prize were captured by Mr*. E;; rr ..tl
8. Wtlle, Mrs. Lela Brown and s 4c t
'I s Mrs. Garland Hayes. Lighted w sN. f

: r j: '' / Hard Red CoVosive taper amidst the season"* tropical .
p flowers and foliage were Car
I used on the refectory table Ts.

For Expert Advice Co ultI' where refreshment were sewed.

s \ J tF Among the recent hostesses of alp qtr
r:', : the Drive an Mrs. Laura How ;
ard and Miss Georgia Turner. f 1

: }k I ,, I FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA Mandamln Ranch attractive
\t ; horn place at Eden I II seldom

I without visitor Recent one
I have been Mr. and Mr. Wayne

I I from Geneva Ohio, Dr and Mrs. s
tt f RtfUL ROUTE NO 2 BOX 90 PHONE 532-W Paul Saylot and Mr. and Mrs.
$ Ralph Russell Dayton Beach.
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tt were Mia Florence X. ore?..se.. U.neeabs4p.ettbewns.. aM 5w .5,4&,tsr.pu
I,' Brown Auburndal and Mrs. rdiwsssamrse 0..a..a
I f A SMALL YARD DOING A BIG BUSINESS Mattie Lucas from Seattle Wash .. .M ew.dwhe ew a U 55.5.Wra Lae.P. .

The arrival last Thursday of t
It .AAW.eH
i : ON SQUARE DEALS Miss Jessie Miller, sister of Mr duo w+ tw's'"l'aw"' trtall
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Supply DAY A WEEK)' PALM Ast5O IYOP tue'ceceeoi-c 5.5Tf
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tIIANltSGmNG DRIVE foods ot every kind and thll- -
tfGCN FOR CHILDREN lren's wearable of every kind Ocean Breeze Park ed even one orange or grapefruittree MEETING POSTPONEDA '

Having given It;aid and cart and size.!. Florida scheduled meeting of the
Contribution of This was the question: Whatdo 10 sponsoring Stuart business W T H
than 1.400 of P'lorlda'apathetic money should
tfnor; *, be lent 37 More Trailers you believe to be the solution men to confer on campaign l
oat and destitute ehlldpp to the treasurer, V. Many Ferris WheelBy \a Florida citrus problems for !
Covlnaton. *OS ConsolidatedR. progress a First Federal Savings -
\. old and young, of very Bldg. Jacksonville. < The answer was even more and Loan Association in' F ESTAG
.Mid and from every portion of and wearable" will be Foodstuffs welcomed Recent Arrivals ,Reported HORTENSE> K WELLS I unanimous than Gallup% poll Martin County was postponed
the Chlldrcnl Home for Dewey: it was brief and Indefinitely Tuesday afternoonby
,M State at the receiving home J560 Riverside There Is an old Chinese
Society of Florida U making Itsnual Are, Jacksonville, or By ZOLA SWARTIIOUT proverb to, the effect that chile pointed: eliminate coloring and Chairman Frank Quisenberry x
Thanksgiving appeal the homes at dren "I put an end to the shipment ol : when he learned conflicting activities
in Lakeland Pensa I Mrs W T. Krowaw Wllloughby, no longer obey their par
the Stat for money, cola Thirty-seven trailers front 11 ents and green fruit This may not be the : prohibited any of the
broughout' or Miami, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs H. J. Shoup, everyone want to : solution don't '
we claim to know
- States were reported Into other nine from: attending The
--------- Bloomdale, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs write k book Prior to Nov. a the
Breeze Park In the 10 days preceding Carl Orashlus- and children the modern version might have I answer but apparentJy.. drive has netted $33000 so far
last week read; "and/or conduct ." neither do those who are supposedly with MB.000 more to be pledged
end Hastings
Mich; Mr. and Mrs a poll.
E B, Polltaklng, which has ranked citrus experts" before Jan. 1...!1949_ ,
The Style Leading the State pantde was Bypolt, Newport, R t and :
I op. New York with eight/ trailers, Mr and Mrs B, C Ebersole I : Baltimore with baseball football and fishIng .' There only one thing weknow
{ "for sure" about 'citrUs,
Pennsylvania Wall second with In national popularity, In, i
and that Is when it tastes .
seven,Ohio third With The addition to being a highly Prof. right.
six Others Ocean Breeze contingent TiiEAOE
The words "color added"
dy Wearing A pard represented were New Jersey, attending the Unity Chapter liable occupation, has been ed on an orange adds nothing stamp
> Michigan, Rhode Island Mary OES meeting In Stuart last brought down to Its proper per to Its sweetness and merely advertises
land South Carolina West Vir- Thursday Included Mn Myrtle spective by the most accurate'
FASHIONS OF THE OUR, ginia. Maine, Wisconsin and Terrio, Mrs. L. t. Stephens, Mrs pollster of them all who, as they that Florida fruit Is
shipped before It has
Massachusetts ROM would say up in Georgia, '**dld ripened, '
Dltterllne Mr. Mr
OUR J,f fi and the undoable In the final analysis' citrus Is TACKLE
Recent Arrivals Mr. and Mm' Harry Bacon and Zola Swarth- bought to be eaten, not looked
Mew Location '
i Ig Arthur pehon Bid : We have always had .
out Pot-luck considerable
; Johnny Somers, Philadelphia, supper a patriotic at, and while bright yellow Is
JTS 0%ola Aw. Stuart, FUMAPltiAVAY Mr. and Mrs JerrY; Beagle, Pu- program were features of curiosity as to what constl attractive In coloring, the sweetest
laskl, N. Y.,; Mr. and Mrs M. pHoatllng. the evening Any other OES tuted the 'scientific methods"by oranges In the world are the Fishermen Our Specialty .
!!. Detroit; Mr. and Mrs members stopping at Ocean which'the various polls were Florida russets Perhaps it we
A. W. Corey. Florham Park, N. Breese who would like to visit conducted Personally we'Ve concentrated our effort and It Service T ou
i.; Mr and Mrs H. Oillett, Ma. Unity Chapter are requested to never known anyone who knew spent our advertising funds on
''f ion, MIch.; Mr and Mrs. Dan contact Mrs Harry Hoke:; or any anyone who knew anyone whOle stressing the taste, sweetness x

McCart.en, Massena, N Y,; Mr. of the above for transportation opinion had ever been asked on and ]Juice content of treeripened We Specialize irRxx fnd Reel Repairing
and Mrs Earl Clemmona, Day accommodations Chapter any of the various subjects un- fruit, and made shipment of
I ton, Ohio; Mr and Mrs Robert meetings are the second and der consideration and being at green; fruit a crime just slightly
Seal New Cumberland Pa.; Dr" fourth Thursdays of the munth. least normally. perhaps abnormally less than treason, the citrus
Erich H. Restin and daughter, Double honors at the card' curious we have on severs problem would find Itself well on W* Sell Only NA LL.Y ADVERTISED
The ow cones sere a der ads heap asd..w ( Mt. Pleasant, N. J.; Mi and Mri table last week went to Mrs. Isabelle occasions diligently searched for the way to bring solved.
J. R. Herzlg Greenfield, Mass; Smith, who was top scorer those whose opinions mIght Maybe this is the answer, BRA S OF KLE.HAR .
..weirh e P-1thah ho as. Wowwpoohapa Ina le I Mr and Mrs t. R. Huntington, at both the 500 and Pinochle j have been solicited, but to date maybe not: It'i only the opinionof
Guilford, Me.; Mr and Mrs. parties Mrs Raymond ONeil we have failed to locate even a few individuals and definitely -
bssdr acs. H>w.>.\{>MMianaaaMMlam. ..ilMli. moose I Adonis Heath, Alpena, Mich.; won first prize\ at the bridge party one, Maybe It only means that not to ,be confused with SWINGLE1 STy
Mr and Mrs Wesley LeFever, the FFW and the polltaklng experts one of those things known as a Owner
I. pound alnM does to o. I I Auburn, M Y; Mr and Mrs Earl Park visitors of the week in- don't know the same folks poll. And what is a poll? Merely f.H.1 .

f i Brown OWRSCO, N. Y,; Mi and eluded Miss Ellen and Miss Hed-!' During the past month we somethIng that shows the way BMWM J.KM. And Stuart M Hlfkvw AlA ?
I Mr*. M. Pray New, York City: I vlg Ollen, Oreensburg Pa.; visiting have asked slightly In excess of the hot air Is blowing
W. all lu.w tat h bt *ll and1 oar s healer tMoUfea. M r.utf I Mr and Mrs George Davis, Columbus Mr. and Sirs Paul Schoon- 100 folks a question which ha ---- ---- r --- "- ---- -- ----"-

Ohio; Mr and Mrs 81 maker; Mt and Mrs David De- no direct relation to politics or ,,
I Inc *cirot. open ate ilijk'pnnd M br nHn* MI lowly d..lr Krueger Appleton, Wls; Mr. wltt. Chen un", ,M Y., and Mrs., politicians, but which directlyor ,J
i A I and Mrs W. C. Griffith Beck- Fred Pruyne. fort Pierce, who Indirectly concern every resident -
,i It t wloakaBT our *i mmeh ph em iwga.. ley, W. Va; Frank and Kenneth spent Sunday afternoon with of Florida. We would have
Duffy and families, Wharton, N. hesitated to call this modest effort .
I / Mr and Mrs Mack Costello; 1 1S
' 51V t it J I' DA P J.: Mr. and Mrs J F Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Mel Shaffer former a poll, even In those hap- I
'rI : and family, Van Wert Ohio; I Ocean Breeze residents, With pier.for-them days before crepe
I Mr and Mrs Ernest Van Arsdale the doorbells of the S
THE lEXAtl STORE- theIr.Infant son who spent Sunday j appeared on
Auburn N Y.t; Mr. and I known pollers, and there
' with Mi and Mri Jack Better
'PHONE 11 Jj \
; STUART, FLA. Mrs. Ed. Okerlund. Sliethport : Showmers. j was nothing scientific about our

Pa.: Mr. and I' Lancaster. Pa : Mi and Mrs. Ocean Breeze for another win I of strangers friends. and some
Paul Schoonmaker Smethport who didnt come under either
Fro ere I sit 6y Joe Marsh Pa.; Mr. and Mrs Alfred E. ''I of ter a season baked\ nine ham couples supper partook at the I! eawlflcation; we asked It of i iCNa'FSE

Horn. Rochester N Y.; Mrs. picnic grounds recently Those packers, shippers, citrus growers,
I Mattie May, Alken,S. C.; Mr. and I present Mr and Mrs John and of some who had never own-
Mrs C. H. King, Toledo; Mr. and Teeves, Mr ana Mrs James H
. Mra A C. Blr, Riverside' R. I.: Miller, Mr. and Mrs Herman week and have decided tolmake\ \ {

fiIt's Your FiAt t Too! MI. and Mri William Hench Arndt, Mr. and Mrs. James it their permanent home. They COSTS OVER 211tg .WAR
Mechanlcsburg, Pa.; Mi and O'Connell and his brother and live at Fifth and Hibiscus Sts muciv AS
Mrs M. B. Holley and daughter, wIfe. Mr. and Mrs, Ray McNabb Mis 01"0111" know professionally AS /
Margaret Landing. N. J.; Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. U Vaught, Mr. as Llanna Rose ONetl Is = 15
Bing Crowley w F tain** the preserved In tv sepsis, big or and Mrs W A Bright Greenville and Mr. Russell Bolton and Mr. an Internationally famous con ..SUP 1
ether day abut aH at urTownsding littlewMthn i the right to Pa.; Mr and Mrs. John Va- I and Mrs Mack Costelio tract bridge lecturer, teacher
doing .V the way food toll .r the right t enjoy a tem- day, Hastings N, Y.. ; Mr. and j Gasoline Alley; Visitors of the and tournament player. She
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... clothes. t. lope. Bing felt pirate glass of r ale with I meek!: to West Palm Beach Included was formerly bridge editor of ,
that those atru let democraciesMlvM fritndi Emma Arndt, Josephine the Jersey Observer Hoboken,
should look aft ... STUART Teeves. Clara Vaught and Elsie N. J.. conducted bridge tournaments -
And from where I lit, V litwrtf' McNabb; Mrs Virginia Bryion lectured before civic
1 But mo.l,, fntt with Judge too small to overlook. B-VuM the CITY COMMI ONular Helen and Alice Martin and groups a Master
aftlllnrh.m, ho Hid -So long mlnutOMamalIf .\hrral. Me ing.OP Mrs Ruth CleSl! 16 Miami: r'nertm : from National
II any f. y or individual In rntd, all the others art In j partly Glarys and 'Mac" McLarty: Mr. Bridge Headquarters of
Europe I. ping\hold the line fotJuot.i' he. minute one mall and Mrs. Herb Cassell; Mrs. Geneva America. She has been commended
rreedo. ,_ia.! (A*/._ ./m- country"two freedom,.1I1 lit igh.Llereae 2n 4thWEDN Dlesz, Laura Wright and for outstanding work by
., W.common sense, and bon are In daninlCopytifhl ; Helen Mast. Ely Culbertson who expressedhis
"emno leeeney,to help'em* DAYS ,Mack; Costello, adjutant of appreciation for her ontri-'
Stuart it all Jensen Post 126, American Legion buttons to the gamt Mr. O Well,
B.r u..th.\'uwrw6oJ.ftrhh qe 7/7r (.... reports the transfer of two prominent Eastern manufacture
i that Individual freedom is e Park Legionnaires: Col Edwin er, also plays bridge-but he

I Public Always Welco M. Dixon, USA, retired from doesn't like ItiIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllll1111111111111I111I I II
Aviators Post 743, New York i
, ,1941 United Stain Bmen FmaJahm City, and Gordon F Swarthout. l
from Babe 0. Wilkinson Post 38, DRESSMAKING yA
Fort Myers I and LTERA S 6CTRICIT
Taken suddenly 111 Sunday stols -. V, ma.Mable ...... r
night Bonnie Rhelndorf daughter ib.ld PRS MM2 1
ot Mr. and Mrs Rant Rheln I rep .. TA era tSvOVER ?
dorf was rushed to Fort Pierce '
hospital. She Is being treatedfor i 411111I111111111 11I11I 'Illllilllllllll'INKE oNLY 7% ,
ONTIACUfK virus Infection.
From Snorky baitbox: James C
Cleffl lugging in an even dozen
,trout weighing between and 3 ,
q pounds each result of three '
hours plugging from Jensen -
Bridge with a Pal OMtne blue
% rre. mullet; Hang Anderson launch- ..
+ ing a Olbbj Sea SklrT. recently Fort P ee rho 748 ,
purchased at Stuart. With the
idents of neon
aid of Henry Oreln and Eugene Alt r
Hubert; the lame Eugene Hubert Beach, lbe Sount Stuart -

battling a shark estimated and Ipiter wt maybe
at 40 pounds for 25 minutes on
in th newly
e the beach and finally losing it Intere.
when the hook straightened; d e v e lop I con: uction

Owen Spencer, purchasing a practices ing ncrete
Glbbs Sea Skin! at Stuart; the
Mattis family, arriving from joists and e c t slabs

North Bridge Fort Pierce on together w th onerete'tffiliated

a.ra/r w t Sunday, with four dozen large blocks and t '
blue crabs; Charley Hall and
Bud Griffith bringing In four I materials sh contact
St Lucie snook averaging 8 IDS?; our local kel ntative.
wT Col. John Barnwell, docking his I Your builds problems
18-foot fishing dory brought I
from Jfpiter ((25 miles) with ahorse including ch c of type

'- outboard According to I and metal in tWr can

Bnorky, best fishing for boat! be economi Ived by
fishermen Is back of Thatcher
Island, using pop cork and Uve I calling onJ.
shrimp Big catches have been yR
reported all wet*. I oN
Know your neighbor: Mr. and i Cla Johns ne
Mrs Raymond ONell: formerlyof I
Weehawken; N, J, after nine d

Atmtttt V Gntffl McLret years the United of.trailerlng States and throughout Mexico I 101 Fr cc Apts. a St rt COPPER WI w cost $$18 per

arrived In Ocean Breeze last 100 lbs. M 41, |(ow costs $$31.50

dtcarl .np 76?! '
else. a
Above weighing .

i m \ Our Machine Shpp

.lee /tea ,. ....;.marl., .. Fri/to which KSittlttttffiZZT : is Fully Equipped to handle anj ype of ..And even this increase is temporary.

be, P'- og nce roc all others ponUa dealers tell porformaote Work. Bring Farmjnachinery Bass rates are actually much lower than

TnwcanutA q l boa lead(art g almoM ImpooibUoVattiinratDt. \ Metal your But due to adjustments made
Ie No other which psopb Ponliaclla..oocber-.odin..lm' No R Us. We have ulled opera pre-war.
blue so Mh M fJo.M.:ThaSJj y Pondss onsl- {. Ie a wonderful porformef. It I* delightful( coca.. eof metal and necessanj bij the abnormally high price
" ft and pniductioa apedaUII J nd to much lime tunable\ and nosy 10 band'". It Is a gnat 1..beam and tor in chih e. If it's "1 ,
increased costs
end energy and! money 10 I li-*. Pontiac quality.a....,111 distinctive in appearance* need Machilte. Wor / eta Us.- ,; of fuel oil and other ,
'J W can MM km* f-. they moo last s.,.11 Years III ?...- virtue! Is ..." This year. or my the average price per kilowatt-hoar
-.* l.. function the. years with a X b isol **rmaIWIa -
r man ihjfltb lUll ***, bee ** f" liD! \ GIT CPHP1U'
!heimsm!of ......, cost 7afi..wr GA...,'adraraa... 18f'' paid kg our residential customers is
.....s rim Sad Jeayw
/ / DrIrtI-* STUAR1 CiCE InCo ..... temporanlg np compared with 194L


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: 1 HANDICAPPED HELPED Salerno- -News VEGETABLE VOLUME In Jensen Beach Mrs. Stella Martin of Coco- I FLORIDA TEACHERSBEST $1,800,; $1,750 Arkansas; Louisiana II.SOD,;$2,225 Kentucky ; 10 Leading? south the Carolina St.alelln

1 GROWS AT FORT PIERCE nut Drove, wa the week end PAID IN SOUTH Mississippi 11,3501: North Carolina Ute II
I Tallahassee, Nov. 18--Ot the soon! survey u New
I' guest of Mr. an4 Mr. U. W. $2,167; Oklahoma, ttJM; Togo
11,939 placement through the Jacksonville, Nov. IS! "Witt Munch Tallahase, Nor 18-(FN3))- Tennessee, $1,764; Texas. $2.62S; an average teacher pal Of,,:
I .' t I Florida State Employment Service P-TA SUPPER cooler weather generally over CHURCH CIRCLE Florida achool teacher are now Virginia $2,050 and West Virginia followed by California
I \ :., t In October! 1,162 were of handicapped !the country, the demand for Mrs Isabel Boyd and Mother the highest paid In the South. $2,357, No salary 11 listed 321. slip 1
fresh vegetable Is expected to Mrs. Anna Bird of Blue Point, According to survey con -' -
I I t h'"'. Curl B. Smith. SET TUESDAYAT Increase on the Florida State WILL MEET Long Island, arrived Monday to ducted by the Missouri State k WIVES AND MOTHERS Of DRINKING MENALCOHOLISM
I i. Florida'
I Industrial I J Farmers' Market Noticeabletncreased' spend the season at Seymours.Mr Teacher Association
\ demand during! the average teacher pay of $2,682 for '
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TAG$ i'' j, dar. -- -.. SCHOOL past week for cucumber and tomatoes 4TH WEDNESDAYBy *with Florence relative Beardsley In Miami la and visiting last year leads the State* in the SwcmMly TraetW Wrt" W k a Hogkdllelkp
I strengthens the belief South and rank 18Ui In the na WHIT CR OSPITAI
i that America demands its fresh West Palm Beach I IKir. Writ ter t. La
GILD I '. ,, ;, By MRS, 0. b. Ql'1GLE vegetable salad regardless of the CHARLOTTE HEWER and Mrs H. W. Munch and i tion.The $2,682 of Florida compare 1210 C.Mf l Av ATVAfl", Ii WATCJI season" ,laid William 1, Wilson, guest, Mr and Mrs. Claude with Alabama 1,1109; Georgia! ,
i ;. There will be a ham supper.t director of State Market, In his The Jensen CommunityChurch ; -----
i I t the school Thursday 8:30: to 7:30: review of the vegetable situation Circle Will meet here Hoover and Mr. and Mr*. Elmer
span I : i 1"" FOR THTA given'by the P-TA. Ticket will !today. "Though, cucumbers and after from 1-3 p.u. every fourth Hoover, spent the week end in WE HAVE THE
Palm I be sold at .t.each, tomatoes are leading In volume Wednesday of the month. A desert -' West Palm Beach and Clewlston
Wltht S { ; 1 Mr. and Mrs Joe Anderson and Just now beans squash, some luncheon will! be served at with friends.
tacllif.sibly (.1'' j Reva White! motored to Bonita pepper and eggplant are'also 1 followed by the meeting A Miss Verna Gamble of Miami Material
: ; Springs.Monday. moving. lovely program has been arrange and Miss Elizabeth Robertson of B ding .#
'::1, I Mr and Mrs. C. L. Mooney had, "Fort Pierce State Farmers' ed for the meeting next Wednes- West Palm Beach spent the
, -.i. I. ,' ,; ? ? ? 7 ? as .their week end guest Mrjnd .' Market reports that movement day and President, Mrs. Jessie week end here with their par-
1 Mrs H. Minion of Westfleld. of a light volume of good Borst,(Ia looking forward to seeing ants TO E YOUR
I a t NY. enroute to Hobe Sound. smooth, high quality tomatoes all present who have returned Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ansley (
where the will take up her position began during the past week witha to Jensen Beach for the and Mrs. Anna Frye of Court-
M1I In the Post Office there. volume of 2.705 field crate winter. land,.Ohio, arrived this week to
i Mrs. Mary Chandler called on selling from $3.50 to$8. The peak Jeanne Palmer entertained spend the season at Pine Lodge. HOME PL ;.
ARMSTRO G'S Mr and Mrs Lower in Palm movement 1 11 expected around several young friends at her
.' I '. Sunday. Dec. 19 if the growing conditions home. Fernerest, Sewell Point,
3, I I 'LINOLEIIM Mrs. Mary Chandler attended' continue favorable. A volume Saturday afternoon RELIEF AT JftSTForYour 't''

''I j: '') :. I and the birthday celebration of Mary of 2,453 bushel tubs of cucumbers atlng her 10th eommemor.1 COME TRUEBUSINESS
{ .r' Lane, of Palm City. A birthday moved from this market, sary. Oames were UGH
I;rf \ I ri;, APHALTJTILEGnffinHbker rake with candles was served. selling from 50 cent to $3." which; Ice cream, cake and candies I .
installed Others Mrs. Mar- was served to Sally Backus: dtwreliever mptlybeuure '
present were
I : i', Me anicaI y tha Whittle and Mr. and Mrs. HOBE SOUND P-TA Mary Ann Helller, Marlon Upte- it (gees; 'sloths a of the eloubts CAS.
: I pert B. E. Lane WILL MEET TqNIGHT grove( Wilma Glass and Sandra "I1? _ro en .pal germ hdya :
II r I' Davies of Stuart. phlegm e nid) aman lo moih andbnl
.111 Mrs. W. W. Brown Is ableto of the"Hobe Sound brancMinuccui
Officers raw uk/infl.m.d
I Mrs. Hertel entertained
I i walk across the porch now.C 4-H Club were elected at their ntmbrMuTcU your druggist
I' I L. Mooney and John New- first meeting Saturday\ at the her bridge club at Seymour'sTuesday lo Mil you n>"nk of Cnomuluon
1 romb were business callers in Center. Penny afternoon. High scores with the unJtniiindiW rose mull isle DUMB CO.
I w West Palm Beach Saturday Community elected president: were made by Sirs, ._}.ewis Gamble tht way i quickly *V f lh< rougher |;
;I I v The parents and pupils are Betty Brownlee Jane was Stott vicepresident.and Mrs. Hertel and Mrs, Seymour you iA eo hive fVHifVnonev, back.CREOMULSION.
Gideon. Others
glad to have Mrs. Sampler, principal Lucy Wlthlngton secretary playingwere ,,PHONE 66.wr0
Mrs. Laura Howard, Mist
of the Salerno school back
again after a few weeks In an Miss Lucille Inscoe' presided at Georgia Turner, "Mrs; C. H. Alderman for Couf-hfChest Coldi.Bronchitit -M'w'-=
j l l'eleph e F Pierce 799 the meeting Mrs. R. S. Robertson
Also Mrs.
Collect r F ee Estimate.I Atlanta hospital. The November P-TA meetingwill Mrs. Joe Kllng. Mrs. E. J. Ward. Trade it,
if Harvey Shelton. !first and second 'tj& "' .
held tonight at 7:30: at "
1 be Dollars
i' We to ham Mrs Minnie Klpp and Mrs. Ar- -
I are u ped grade teacher Is back on duty the school house. The delegatesto t_ .eJW M.rtiiCount
die all ty 'a F residential after four weeks in Vlneland N. P-TA convention nold Taube. Spent :
the recent
I and eom a sal inltalla I J., with her mother who died re, at; West Palm Beach were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fischer and : : IJ]
{ lions.t cently.Mr Andrew Lester Mrs. James Dla- Mrs. Smith spent Tuesday In At Home MARTIN COUNTY ands
I and Mrs J W Maxwell. of Black Mrs. Fort Pierce.
mand Mrs. !
t Inc Karo. Oa are here visiting Mrs. John Ortega. Mrs. Rody Hillman Mr. and Mrs, Claude Hoover of a' Crew
FLOOR COVERINGS Maxwell's parents Mr. and and Mrs Vernon MacDonald.Mrs. I Onaga. Kansas, and Mr. and AlHome I DIRECTORY | MurtiiI
Mrs Donovan Smith. school Mrs Elmer Hoover of McPherson -
Dixl Hoyt English; I Count
800 S. Fort Pierce Mt and Mrs C E. Whidden, i I 1J]
principal entertained the children Kansas arrived last week to

i'I I f ft -- ,W oho\ H have Earls been cottages living In have one re-of the school from 2 house to 10 Friday years of evening age at I visit, Mrs.Mrs.Hastings Claude Hoover's Munch and sister Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business

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t unipd to Palm City with movies of bedtime picture brother Seymour Gideon. The .
Mr and Mr A 'j Spivey recently resided -
'T.kI tales shown on the new film 11 Claude Hoovers formerly 1
moved to Indlantown. projector purchased recently by here but this is Mr. Hoover's first PITCHFORD'S F r- F"RANK HALEROOFING: COMPLETE
t Mrs C T Mathers will return the PTA.BUILDING. I visit back In 31 years. Electric and Rcfrijen
.. 1 1U home soon after Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. John Contl' and t I tionSET
alter spending the summer on > PERMITS CAMP i t
.. son Charles, of Columbus Ohio
Mr nd Mi G. e Island N. V. For Floor Sane jo Large
Long .. 1/0.nd IIr.II. arrived week to. the
'f B W end Addition I l.ol. this spend I
Miss Wilma Simmons and runt rOr, 14 et..SMaa.,,..,... i.000) season at Pine Lodge. 1 ( AND Too Small
,. Cott.el
I (friend, Ray Chandler of Okee- For Wuhmctmi C Llim.1. I .rkkiUlvnlon. 1nd .nSeafood
Lot I Blk, t, uMltlor' toMAItiiiAcT Mrs. W. B. Tilton has returned HO BEAr SOUNDELECTRIC
chobee mons' sister City and called brother-in-law on Miss Sim ."..s. .e.ida.e. to, 1004'01' 12'. from Gainesville where she has Finisri g I I I iringI CO.

i APPLICATIONSClwiinMr been visiting her son and family. WItOLUALI UTAIL
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Johnson t So. Colorado .
L : Thursday. ... Stuart.Wilbur H.. Smltii. SliMrt mid Oo"ebro. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Tllton. Pho 339J x 604 Bait For S Phone 9141 and Leave Irene

: Mrs P. J Scotten entertaineduith .n.f\ J.nr. F.O: J.o l-.inlrt ier., ,", W Writ,.,, Pmlm V.1m "KurilMMk ...h. Mr and Mrs. Patsy Isso of : I JE CHr { Message
f dinnerat .. -. i New York have arrived to spend DART F Hobo Sound
a surprise birthday B illn Wr t 1m noh Write P. O. B III
I I her home Sunday In honor of nod Odne to r ,, W., ?, 1'.101 ....rh. the season in their home on courier ones J Stuart FU. J L Stuart 347J
Prink F..tI Lak. Plac"" an4 .
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Zook and children Jerry Lee and -
Joyce Ann, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 OCt .. i CONCRETEFoundations
I II Scottvn Mr. and Mrs. Rimell FI
( Merchant and daughters. Mary aw 1S Sidewslio'
I Ir Helen and Tura Jean Mrs. E. .
;r Dale. Miss Kathryn Scotten Miss $ Uncle l Billy sez. Blocks, Brick On
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Anita Thomas and Winston Fow 'Tile, Septic

) ler of Lake Park. T es 0 Marine (II............ p"hlbi"a.. ter lk. "...... C...W ... WUIIuM. >. l In Fact
Mr. and Mrs. Levi! Campbell of tqp in Cone
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St., Cloud spent last week endat e 1
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ivan Tiylor

VENETIANBUNDS M. Mart. .: P. 6 Bot474 Ther' noth.ln* important EX'thn I DECKER
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j I I ii'Ul! HKI lOX 1012 FOOT PIEOCLi ,
nn rui- 'I'r\<'ul \Vixids Fires -- -' THAT folks ar* referred t I
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.::1'' Waterfront Properties GOLD and ;you'll haV lh' 'SURE
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