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 14, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00150
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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MISTICE DAYOBSEBVEB Five; Nations lo Take Part PII llIIah'r ItHljihV Mailman Dilueisir :Mall Pouch Tu I'Hot/ Lee Pike Fur ,\ Spttlil 1'h-k'UII .-

1 \1 Vrin Beach As Hill Milthrll of the Stuart News looks Oil and Meet t
Eagles Tigers
In .
INCOUNTY Wednesday's ,
''elli Meeting of \

,TM! Stuart Woman's Club vin. er On Gridiron Here Friday

1 o'1'at 11111111111't: I'l'lul.11'! m nth- I ,. 'I'hi'" high-fiynlp I Luj'lo, of 1 fort} I'K)HI' \\ iii iii i .iii l II"i?"

4 obst ur, I tin second\ I 11) :Kitin\ e oj l the Stuart Worn IS WINKIE SAUNDCRS I :SLu'ino: { TIJC'I'I i den Inn 1'richi\ lIig"hlul} I Lung ladilli/l/ \'. e. i it
t I''''' .i nor the end of : at > Club next Wednesday: TANGERINE CANDIDATI fOR Dil hil l\..ft( I III K I |p. m. Although the' "HI'as' ''m'' 1'C''lJl'd. L.IUK

u9.' ,idieds\ of refci- tpinmn will be tin QUEEN Ti""I"I ( i HII II/ldl'IOdlfC i ( i rating, (ouch Kliuhid) ha, |Iiuslu'\ n 1

(county Joined appearance\ tti I" eiilfrtiel'l '>", I through elHil\\ \\'ol'k-lJut., jilutmir! \\:111.': 1
$3shin 01 ellKnilailes\ Wlnkli Saiiiul!! i ", 1)/| 111I11"11-| ,
from |
Harold Johns live Latin -- j ess for strength on the nn

fl I ( ':ion Monday American republics who are coming 'town t has ban olictui/ I I bv ni- ... und has Introduced u number u'' '.,
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I I Ni">v 11 annl- I !! to Stuart on a [good-will mission | fleets of the/ fctii.ii: JilYCI'I" ec.. .. CHAMBER WILL surprises aimed at clipping& till

$1 1 the end ofwe the Marlin county miiy in the : : t. Eagles wings 1

\I I contest for kt4t's Stuart's gild M.USOII is alway
Intel Tangerine
national Relations U : ejiuin to
) ,, (' center, COLLECT DUESFOR'4 highlighted by the tilt with th
the subject of stalled Saturday at Winter ,
the club
,."afl was host to' program neighboring St. Luclc team with

$4 II, I' thousand per- '' for the afternoon under the dluctlon Haven John Powers of Power I which they have exchanged the

J II( I Kanner, gaVeinmemoratlnK of Mrs. L. <. Arbogast, Models, will make the final bfU-ctlon 46 NOW title championship through th

38 I and the visitors will\ bring! greet- of the queen, who will beklvl'1l years. hashing' staged some o'"

11 wars and li'us from their the fiercest! pigskin battle 1//'
a a trip to New York to escort
3.9 .0\\ the flag pole lues' The group that will make the first shipment of Florida WA aA : :: Dtive To Mop) Up This Year I the Indian Ki\ci eunlerence<<

I nemoiv The the trip from Miami will include: tangerines from Winter Haven Is Scheduled To Start I Both high school bands wtl.
: Once be on hand to furnish music durIng
I I. Mejtis gavestarted i At
$S : I Ic Don Gabriel Saiavla, consul Announcement of I Die Stuart y i iJ. ( thc evening und lo enter

enl ,t I' with general of the Republicof selection was made loci v by the 4 \J. "1110 County Chamber ol lain with exhibition drills ut en

$9 log cabin led''' Colombia. who Is dean of Jaycee president Paul, Young (' ,01111"1 i',' bowed of directors :, IlI'mlsslon.

Se 1. which includ- the consular corps In Miami. Who stated that Ml"s baiinclor! 'I.y"' night laid plans for ,
has I
elected her brother. UtioU
$7 sand the Gold ',''nph> lion of the 1949 member- JENSEN BUS RUN
-r.: Don Roberto Machado '
MacRae Jr.. as hoi! l'M'Ol't The\
4 b 'a ( h I I'..to. oil lye Immediately to raise HALTS TEMPORARILY
moers of then I '
'adi. Mo' .1 consul general of the Re- will go to Winter Haven Satin"uy d 5 cry's'i I
imen of all public of Venezuela. < for ,1 1 '>ou deficit by collecting un- I ii
he' .ltld i girl scouts morning contest uiCpless 1 1'',(ul! doles! front the membership 1 Because of u misundeisUiiiOnn! '.
Gardens and
wlli be
and the Don Manuel Velasquez en- A Jolter will be sent out to all with the Railroad Commlslson
S 1 p: lent I i tcrtalned along with other
and consul general ol the Republic | run II 'nibux who have to far failed Ii I Stuart Bus Service operation

dinner md bill in then honoiin aLah';1: clean-ao thai the Cham- I this week pending
e.' \ .,ii t noon was fol- the I
Dr J. M. Renedl'un.ul c\enlng( hn can enter 1947 with all bills license clarification.
luins football General! of the Republic ol'Ucaiagtm The second airmail |Illck-UII| al a Stuart airport ua made last week as put of Die telvhrjtion ol :Paul The bus firm is still rumor

.i I noon and a : ,I :Sill nal ,\II'lall: Ueek The fivc. .county l1t't-wOI'k of plane delivery l 11\ mail, spmisoirtl l 11n.. I. Tin 1947 drive, under leader- i to Salerno and Poll Sewall un

UMOHSERVICEPLANNED llclinin. Eastern: ,\irlinpSlilion!; M.in uer of fern Iteath, tleniuiisdaleil the predicted future) ul I loll President l French, will be I I expects to resume Jensen or

B Howard Bi on n. found I winged mail MI'tin,. .\ sinulii I nionsliilKiit\ ( waN staged a tew >'ruis' ago when the first an'put"t was 1). ('d on community salesmanlilp ] I Nation soon.

IC CENTER SET l'onsulleneral of the Rep\ib opened at Stuart enlisting the aid of nil' James R. !Menlman uwnc
Ih'1 of Panama, who is in :
i usiness in Central Amerlc civic agencies to put the Cnam I II was granted II i taxi pi i'mil alto

I ht( ,r out the top in the shortest : with his bus permit by the ('il
ut who happens U be inIlaml : !SCOUT CHAMPIONS .. of Stuart IBM nlithl The M
I l o hlblo time (
II .1 nnuunced by m ikini. THANKSGIVING ENTERTAINED BY With City of Stuart ceMjpcia-j permit Kill en ible him to marI
ood-will visit\ to Stun l i In CLUB
CI : I ICUI, aids will be run In yachtingnigazlnes i stops I in the city and suburbs
!.' "J i ;a club Day association with his loimnillcagues 1' : :; I 1 .
I of' the'Oulf '' advising that fie
TO CLUB ; Munbrih StiramI 11'1 STOLEN AUTOYouth
82f H' III Stuart Civic I A \\l111l11J Hi u ksgiviiiK! civileus 0 'lies ol Ciobs-Stale Waterway I I "PREFAB HOUSES

.1r No\ 16. In- The piomotlon ol beater in- been planned by the Martin I ( until chtmplunshlp\ swim : i.!harts can be seemed front the I I CAN BE BUILT BUT

t c.: '..rn extended tll t t.. national understanding isair (\)1I11tIll1lstt'l'lal! Alliance fora. tram of .SI\.11.111 were! honor guests : f nambe i MUST MEET CODEi
Phil 0 (.::0111)1Wl.) / t lulin Wrecked Langley
; ( lty i w pirtlcliitiMtlei I i
H. B Kraft
i 01 the key objectives 01 tinS in the tat I liUliv" Kiwanis luncheon ]i was reappointed i
bN 'ut Woman's Club;' saldl\fl's. m ThinksgMng day Lridi. Stairs f Alton ('v loi tin will: bioutinjbtci A C. BilclKCsI Robertson Car In n'vicger; :' Ernest Lyons 1 publicity i I Prefabricated IIHMS cue( ; '

4 ,: hen organ- Fi win A MennhiKei, president Baptist hutch Dr. Charles A lath Jndiiidl circuit ('ulnpll:;inis I prent'tiling\ th: \YJY\ t I'4,r"I ,iw tki-t.. .' I Pierce_ .' '.*' oN"\.,J -- I,, '.., '. constructed In Stuuil. piovldl
-::; '" -. n i the: ClvlOs : I 1C,'raid! 1 will deliver the addicssj ? j. The chamber directors votedto i I that they meet building lode i
w I I" a\'. and we are happy to Prim Udieh and Itrijviird 1 town cram
': ,\ have j iss.Rer R>M FTrnton:in makli j I Two Stuart men Harry Brown, quirenieits! faieii i oil
? ( reps h. t'e this oppmrttr 1 ty to%'Crt6tueto j i lies summed observations The l'ul1l1I1'IId1 Lc'glont'ophy\ ,, sell the small frame building I IL oy any
/ ,. met It Is stli) our community the official 'K the announcement! said, up : was picKontcd to the stuart team : taxi driver and George/ F. Edwards n the highway which has served type of construction, city cu

I tol' your club ,c' n!lesentalives ol five nelghb L'ke! the ancient Chinese re- I I of world con,lltloni. In an oilI hy Put Iwlttrson council execu- Infantry veteran, captured : as an office Scaled bids will inlssloners assured T L IIuinann

.) Inc i 126-W and hag nations It gives us the i imp. our Nation recognizes Cod cress to Stuart !Itulailaii, ulV.edncbd I t live of West lulin Beach who I Donald James Cieady, 22, In be received, and opened at the 1 picfabilcaUd\ tic

t 'molts( for neces- as the giver of all good by setting iya luiirlieon also inatlc I'lbboland medal next< directors meeting, Monday I, ei, last night.
cl once to know them better and Fort Pierce after a wild 20-mile
,I side one day In each year No\' 25ERECTING J I Earl Bleou Eldoiude Hems
ii"ard to I the Stuart touts :
Alter four war ieiviet :;
:Ih;m an occasion to know us years I which
tr chase Armistice night I1 I
..ilighU of tin. for public acknowledgement of Scout John Hams conducted a !! ; homeowners complained t
t II"" I want to urge all members oaa'hr which lie served' 19nonlli.s
PU blessings. That day was a when the youth crashed 1 his house ,
1 ended NEW SIGN assessment hUll I b
tin U. B flat and Troop ,
III the Stuart Woman Club to : Cjulr on : ,;
I ofant attend this mooting next Wedn nolenm day throughout all : ovrriiu;,. holding t Uun :n4i\ u lulled) n new AmeilcanIDB a stolen 1938 Pontiac coupe into ,I I FOR YACHTSMEN AT I jumped 100 per cent. He was

1 appear at the China, when led by the Emperoi nk of lieutenant colonel Ub aI'- i ii :s telephone pole. .'ST, LUCIE INLETThe I formed that assessments l
Hois Tounts.l'lnll'r icsiii :
I "weal cnterlainmis I'j, itviicnce before their great stiff under Otnrial Llc.ciihuwri; I ].f. 1 L:) Larson of A:,hvillc and owned by Langley J. Robertson county commission has : cases doubled where previoundei

k will be nts. and newcomers to Stuart and ,' ci "alor. and offered thanks to U.e attorney rcltuucd to tin" re\,1'1I1 pjienl I :; of the scouts\ us ol Jensen Beach from In front itithoilzccl thc construction and I 'valued.

r runs i Repiesen III specially urged to come Him for all His meicics Should untry> to compare voles ol tin veil as iiirnibu of the scout I ot the Victory building Edwards: reckon of a new! sign for i Bill Berry complained at
(.1 t acquainted with the actlvl- : be Curious farina of rxl.tliii Nation theft the
in wish of thc the treat American l cciniiilttce. nw the men incur Rocky Point Coiiit Guard\ Auxlliuhutisebont ,
\ti! s of the Woman's Club and heathen In the world of today I the chase The I
the aid In
'" ; ',ci i 'intent of thc pit to shame by LU'le Inlet. I being parked In lief
:r :..1''Islt the with the Latin American quests I Chinee when It comes to the | He warnul us: tin:,I eight;; !Ill.- MAJOR A I', KHUI':OPR taxi caught; up with the thief The sign will Indicate: "Ciossstile his riverfront pioptilv us! ,
cene" whom we are entertaining"Chub e and sblc! hUlgt'l.S which alleet( (tin.. IIA1IONCol I h of bluait I I,
hours of 2 sac'" public recognition of Ood RECEIVES:! : ( about S miles nor WntrrwayStuart' 7 7 miles city aid to gel It moved
hostesses In charge of His goodness to us? Should the future of Amrilca and urge!I hnmidicncc on the federal Highway: but -''oil Mycis :135 I miles," | Stanley Kitclnny urged

''I'i to acquaint i tangements: for the atfernoon Day set apart by National authorities lo beware ol Um fall Wright Vciinma) loin 1 lie lefuscd to slop and hit it >iiut | Its cue.lion Is planned In ad- Cll'ltl1-UP of downtown lots '1 11 I
the many clut l J F Kennedy Mrs pa'rlolli.ni' Into thy wander. lie ida Wlm': Bluff,
Mrs T to
.t, tie as a Day of Thanksgiving me carry a 90 mile clip to Fort Pleiecwhcie mince ol the Southward Hoiiiisi 1 city granted $25 to the Chamber
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Rf Ini; uvallablily II.: O Splcer Mis Horace At- to Ood. be a mere holiday, peace cffdUs und lulu( postwar e.Al' delivered In 1 IK'i son to1lljol' he dodged through city 1'1 ol some 50 yachts from I[ of Commute; to ad\etls' !
I futilities foiu ud. and Mis M O Llttman om\ I'Jb' i; ul ictprtt Alleit 1'. ''Belli I Krueger\: 'I
I \ lor Invitation to sport Ignoring I government: streets and across vacant lots, New York U Miami yachting m ips, tuiroll Duns

I our Creator and all His mercies for our institution. national, a War iTputmint. citation, ex- Raining the highway with thepursuers combe appeared us attorney loifoilunr
: Peen-Ager part t ,tMIPIOlMIM: : D.t'rtclartin I 1 )IIIC IIIR pitclutloii|' fnl' pa tl'lo-
show tate and local governing: agencies ) close behind. Drown I tellei ,
shall "
1 As a Nation we our i asked reduction
'I I 1 honor: of God and our love for ; our compliurnc! lo civic md Edwards kept blowing the FORUM SETFORDISCUSSION t, of the $500 ellIh'cnse.. the up-
': of the Teen ,en ployment compensationtlitcks und ict-poiiolljililv, for mcilloil I' I
and !governmental heel fidel ICY ; when '
I Him 01 shall we write ourselves horn of the taxi! and plication being: denied
end the Cit for the week ending Nol'l'l11bl'I' ous achievement UK a pilot and
our indifference tu I the fuluie\ of
nation, who Cready crashed Into a telephone
godless .
cimn as
": rt 2 numbered five. and 1 eiielncrilng oflieei on anil-Mibniailne '
men t. Danclnf
I Amciicn as shown 1 by Indiffciencc -
deny that He Is the Creator and pole the Fort Pore cops wereIraillng ON : DRUNKEN DRIVERS
;ft Carl B. 'I
decks totaled $10050 1942-43 foi
s will be free patrol ; )performing -
of the Universe and to our children our nonchalant the cavalcade and.. I i FACING PUBLICITY
1 ? the bill as partP fe .ilth. Chalimin of the FloriaIt'jusll'lal Preserver tolcraixp to firmly tn- night. radar\ missions fur
i mock 01 approach to jiromplly arrested him They
make an
'cation program. Commtelson, reported. trenched vice' which I II; 01 galll/- the aimed four:', flying on nibsIng Stuart!'
'Pirn In gratitude and praise? I| turned him over lo thc YOUTH TUESDAY I Martin county sheillls office
I monthly party Throughout the state pa- 'fig to gain) control of politici. iiliiiHlt t sciith missions;
\ ;
The attendance at our Chuichc men, who returned him line to : I i this moiningaintd that lull
hi' I Agers under thi runts amounted: ti $75.IjO:; 50i our softness lo confirmed dim und for wivlni Iliioiish I 1944-48. I
will face investigate and trial publicity will be given to all
Thanksgiving Morning : PI'I i -
spa. and i were made to 4823. of whom | inals ( und This citation was signed by ,
nip the answer : hrl'tl'd Langley machine was demo!- I P.-TA, Sponsors Affair At | sons arrested for driving whiicIneoxicated
give \
!ICI f 376 were men nut 2.447 women ( bring llobcit i P. 1'111 trlbon, Secretaryof Ithed ; 01 who become involved I
1 Stuart Civic I -
War. Call bpali, General,
I turned back Into sodcty; our I ----- -- !t In wrecks while undti
IV MOTOR CO. Told Annoy, Coniin nullng General Center I
0' Expanded Health Service : tendency to look lo lit goveenanent DELEGATION AT the Influence of liquor. "If warn-
Aimv All I ulna William
oiei-K : .
In for and
to ( things lit. f-
MEETING Ings and fines won't
SAFETY !: A public on "Martin stop them.
err thereby sacrlflclnu( )personal Hall, Ltiladiei| dunial, U. S. said Sheriff
to Its o M Hancock
County's Responsibility
r US BUSINESS By State Worker Here Wednesday lights and dcstioyliig! peroonal Ai'myMODLL Sheriff O M. Hancock Rep Youth" will be held under spon- I I seeing their name !in print
initiative on which tile country : \ 11 IU 'nj 'lltLIOIIKLKS : Marvin Rowell. C of C. Manager 'soishlp of the Parent-Teacher may prove a calming Influence." .I
" was built, and t the ruonal( failure H. B. Kraft Judge I
of the free State Board IILSU\Y Association at 8 o'clock Tuesday r
" loun rent was ,made to i Eveiv tuberculosis In- vintage Health service as a heal tl1 '' of citizens to take their !place I. Lleelloii of olfims for Hit Arthur Clouts Sen Evans Ciary, i!i night\ Nov. 19, at the Civic CcnI -

" 0//"the' irrhase) of the Wile: I''c udlngeteians; will now bet I ol is now required by the In government function\ I new, Stuart Model club hits bid( City Manager L B. Emit City I I 1 ter. THE TIDES
.rCI "aiding business am' : en Into sanitation MisCiace employment In a food The membership connnilUeIp ; set for 4pm. uesday I al I the Commissions Bob Baker, and I I Di Charles Carrlel I will act as
I :.alb'' secretary state for I I 'esenled Homlar : ; ; '
o field : Capt. Harvey : I
Arthur Ausborn am Ensign I capacity. el vie until at which time H con- Mrs Ralph Malmsleen of the ,! moderator for the forum.

dear! 'rom Russell Wllejalnlng for< the Florida Tuberculosis and handling Miytle Dyer chairman of Salerno and Tom Unttci field stUtiUon t and\ by-laws will be P.-TA. attended the Oovein |I I Participants will t be Jim Conrad Hfh o".j.,I I'I,,,'i "1.T ii Ill. LII', 'o'" y
i Miss idol for line week "'ndhu. Novemlee. '
IIY" ..I the Pontiac Health association, Jacksonville Seal sales, repotted as new members of Uschub : d! cUSliI'd loi adoption. "r's Safety Conference at Orlando president of Stuart school Sl." Im-H 'I'r.I, H. {
'C 11.'. Martian County as- (,: chrlbtmos Quests at the luncheon wets I I Ililudent Far 1..wlI' I'.I', x?I I hOllr ",nminnteX
the last
\\lllys dealership stated at Seals will be mailed NoV. Members! ul last lutwliy 01- body Ernie Rlcou, editor .
that rxr''ahuud'.0 hoo. GG mlnuko
his' court I Ally David Marshall, Di. C 11. I
the I __
1Sc car business. si latlon meeting at i ganl/ullon meeting, also voted tostage of the Star, Emerson 10' lun n r
2ri Hoffman H. M. Kuini'Urti M M. W. I.. .
ri ji OCML SECI'RITt'A : I I I W
nechanle with Ralpl h.useVednesda> need of morale building u uumbiisDip" camptlgn: Kramer, captain of the Stuart A 1\1I.\ I' N. AM IM
'cMotnis and the Che\role Veteians can thus be Kept The In sanitarium was R, Trimmer and Jim Comas: to interest all who me Interested | Social Security representat.ve :, football team, Roberta Nun- : Into I I fur III,. ......k eedln5 I November 21

.e here will be in charg i I'mar home now" she said speak- l 11.1' patients Mrs. Ensign, resulting In president of the new Coopera In further cleveloplnt the hobby 1 will be In the Court House, 'I er president of the Beta Clubhonorary Nnv.Nov: In In 1255 1 :eds. Iliif 2,11,: sty- ,tt 5an 7aa;, y '
..e facilities II'd: by live Student government, of the Nnv 11 it sob, "IHA
repair enlarged Stuart, Nov. 19. aura
of the on Tuesday society, John L'Heureux
department whit
U of the Rehabl- p-otium ,
2 appointment Nuv. 10 Moil i IIIV' dun in,to
tie _
is' meeting Ctuart high school .. ..... :
1\11 of the '1 Not ,
-- le toss 4eaa 10
manage the part Other features Those from ---- -- or the Future Farmers or Amer- : Hit 1 M 04
committee. : : : : :
111 ation -- 1- Nuv. im ae5X HMD limn ti m
'men the I '1 I
U eluded reports on sanitariums r-muis; RUF Ilcu Barbara Stewart, cheerleader Nil. 91 n:12: near,
county !In BIISLOME
e of ivartln> ''Skeet' Shooting Scheduled Sunday ._ .
firm oes under the net \h alth mobile unit: piogiess Hill receive encouraging lettersn : IN STUART I Bill Leach, senior patrol I 1Yur t tI

aaen\PI1I\ status tomorrow. t e Christmas seal campaign, I 1d other assistance while hasp 'I I ,, Under' for the Boy Scouts, and THE WEATHER J

u d the appointment of Mrs. tallzed as well as help In readjusting I,, Mr. and Mrs Charles Rue sold By Rod & Gun Club Membership Joan Combs, representing the I ,. a
StTTrn thaiiman eft I the vxul vuel 1. "0 epxrled. aY '
RESIGNS: j. ny, Hansen as to normal living after- t' elr !home In Hobe Sound last school band. ruin Monn, II. N N'e5tgx, Otrxtv'. ,

.-'WIT' :MIYU.LK t t. e Rchablllatlon committee uards :I I week and purchased a Casa Ter- --- city 11.11 ,8''t. a

gutter manager of th' '1 The health unit l Is expected Present at the meeting were ,I rice residence from Henry Cabro, Another entertainment factor knocking the clay pigeons out L'{:ON L. JUNES TO Temp-tun. Read'nru I IMXUUnnm

"In COunty flight school sine I I' Stuart after Christmas. Free President Arnold Bauer, Mr and'', where they expect to make theirI fir visiting sportsmen enters th> I cf f the air are Invited to attend F-UIRE:: : R\DIO PROGRAM Minimum

h ran; uinounced today tha c est X-rays. blood tests, utln- hrs: Lloyd Travis, Miss FloraStanley !I future home. They formerly ti artln county picture next Sun- I: Inspect the new facility, and Leon L. Jones will feature a 1\00'Nuv.. -a $5 MM 7I 01
sl examlna-
nea last week turnln 0 Isis, and parasitic Miss Mrytle Dyer, andA : 11"ed In Stuart but purchased at ,I Jsy wren Martin County Rod & tike part. noon e radio program Sunday at 1\00' 5 ,55' U

his, duties to his asslstan t rats will be given Health cards rs J. D. Parker Mrs Grace I I obe Sound while he was em- I Gun Club opens Its new skeet ;i John N Mann, Rod & Gun 1 1":30 over WIRA as part of a 10,5 Nov II 10 .M."U... 01

Rogers He plans to retur 7 11 be issued to those found ices'CI e'relman, Mrs. Hansen, Mi.. \eyed at Camp Murphy durlrtr ootlng, range near the Federal i I II Club president, Is credited with series of Red Cross programs. Nrv, II U MD

'be crop dusting business i : defects, and corrective meas- I an Taylor, Mr. C, C Christopher t le war years He is now manager Highway about one mile and a erection of the skeet houses and Subject of the Martin County INuv tl I. 01 iR

:h he was engaged before at x.'es made available for dlsabillt Miss Mary Shackelfoid, of Coleman's Firestone.I half north of town. I II : v 1th being the driving force behind clay program will be Volunteer INCHES RAINFALL

(log' the position as chit'for Ps. All domestics fo and take foul aci-I and Hr ai dL'$, Leon t JulIe's. Stole ill 1 Stuart: All devotees(; of thus gaits of I the pio'eet,' I I Sipcvlal: ; 6crelced." '5-.. U .. .01 r'',

the are urged
flight school. t ndler I

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J CIA-NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART ,/.%'Y'r Newt' Menu office for this before TELEPHONE. paper noon must on 300 reach Wednesday"the )"l I I

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fo ," ,. I I Shade and made by mall to Mrs. Howard 'I' H. H Thayer. Th, I ,,, ,
bock Omal11E'ntall
. :\11' A 1HTKONS; cuss : ? ,
Hal 'd R.I" utd Also umhtPi <
I hl" neon"! o D) R""rvtcirtrn tI' \1: lout 1 \11' .o mi i \ to Mrs led
W (INE'aor\! by telephone tea with cake ,. ,
. : T.UNH l\\ AIRS, III1LP I Trees for South Florida and 1..1 tilt! .
On. wh utiOMNS run _. ra
of Eastman lJ
1 7)1) ddpnia 1; ( fI\t.>) )! d! y.tprc.I\! \ "It 'tin tie ,1t..ltr I ucruixutrlei l 1 Fohanmn -- -- -- -
r h' n' 'nd the 1'.1'11! :at her Villa 1 HI\t( I ('011r.t," 'o' ('.1,11.. Hill, was her \-.next hAS returned t,1\\ :\It.F.'I'SEXT! WEDNESDT\ The Matrons class uf the Me Cubs," also his catalogue of --
{ on Jllpltl'l' Isluiul S, nil 1 P''>lll' her! homo thodt,t church met for a covered Fljwering Tropical Trees" Miss I -
In exceptional l program on Interesting
10.I I International Relations will I dish )luncheon and business Lucllc talk Instoe on homemade gave an Christmas Highest Cash For Your Car

he pieMitted by the Stuart i meeting Tuesday at' the homeof
! I decorations In a mlna-'
. :j \\nnian-: -. Club nexteJnen- Mrs J, M Phllp of EKlorndo, lure competitive display of WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
Received! lIal' attrrnoon, Neutoiners, Present were Mrs E.'D .
Just HeIghts. shadow' boxes, the first prip was
the O. P. A. limit for
.; winter residents can pay you your
tourist* and Wells, Mrs A. C. Courson( awarded to Mis Bert Keek and cat whit
are liultul l In rome to hear Mist Cella Atwood Mrs I. L.I a second to Mrs. J, E Taylor I it at much a. you can get anywhere and

(Kooil'.will message from I Decker( Mrs. J, E. Taylor MisH ,I The regular meeting of the clubon STAY WITHIN THE LAW
i'eprt! 'sen tallies of flue\ Latin H. Thayer. Mrs W R, Leach, Dec 9, will be postponed to
-.. NEVi SHIPMENT tmeriian countries. See detaIN Mrs. J. J, Rkhirds/ Mrs J Y Wednesday, Dec 11. when the SUNRISE MOTOR CO.

'. ,1'1' In another column' Harper Mis F. H Johnson and 1 {6th district mE'etlnl,11] be held 311-23 South Dixie
4 l Mrs Norris Cow/ >abonnI
: at the Civic Center in conjunc-
t.e -- .- --.-------- Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone J
tion with the club meeting Refctrvutlons 1 19|
Two Dozen Mohawk SHEETS "II SWS.ROnF.TY' i I NEW RFD (KOsS: Qt.OTA I II i iI for luncheon may be
_._. ._. .
MM: IN .\\NFThe \: I SIT, FOR tOUNTIFRSIN : I -- -- ----

i MlsMonin Society of the SEWING ROOMS I

Sizes 81 x 99 and 81 x 108 B apt 11" church met Tuesday afternoon :Miss Mrytle DrYE'r. chairman 'I
ef the Martin
in the church annex for

LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER The the regular topic was monthly"Field piogram Yet VnU.nched R County mw foreign Red" Cross i idiot, has quota received of 900Skirts I AGAIN WE CALL YOUR ATTENTION!

southern/ Baptists'Mrs \ for hUdicn and wool for :
hlldmift, sweaters "
'. '
0 ( Crews was ill cnargeof
.. ..... The completed quota of 500 :
the prom am R. T: Jackson I
shirts and 75 will be TO OUR
bpby: capes
Ih( cue: the/ devotional Others
in the program were Mrs WIlson shipped next week I
McClure. Mrs J P Blake* i Volunteer workers are needed
Other New Arrivals! tn complete the new assignment
: jee, Mrs J. C. Anthony. jr.. and .
I Vrs Robert R Baker Also present I The sewing room Is open Mon.i Personal Checking Account ServiceUse
f were Airs R. B. McCullough' i day through Friday from 9 n. in.

COTTON AND RATON! PIECE GOODS, TOWELS, DISHTOWELS I Mrs. Alice Bcntel Mrs ChailesVcLane ''I to 5pmBUT ____ i
I Mrs. F S Nodlne, Mrs
: !' M\AF NINS
WASH CLOTHSBATES Andrew O Pit I man, Mrs. Ed
I fcess" Mrs. L. C. Klckllter 8111'-1! ION(, m:,*CII tONTrST:! I the Popular Pay-As-Vou-Cio; Plan in you!
daughter of Mr I
Betty Savage
T. Longboltoni and Mrs. D. L.
Personal and}
Expenditures Tlu-
Williams nnd Mis Hobby Savage of Palm' ,

BED SPREADS (,MM!. !S'Ot'TShot ,; high City, school who is In attending Long Beach; Jordon Cal!. Cost Is LoYou pay only for each check)

took top honors for the best issued Venn Check Kecoids Act As A I HomPiookkeepinfi .
n MFI:TINGS ) ( )})<
In veil contest, conducted
Ohl Scouts, Patrol I met with
Mrs. M. J. Morilson in the Wo- by the school ) System!

man's Club and made plans for The high school newspapercan I
'led her with several ,,
Inline meetings Patrol. 2 and 3.
i STUART I of her contest 1 entries
with thE'h'lE'adE"'s. Mis Jolly Bo-
zone and Mrs. Herman Rellz, Jr., I
I went on a tree study trip to the 'II
IN ('1\1 C CTNTFK: :
\Villlarn Huntington estate
DEPARTMENT) STORESPECIALS ; Palm City, Some 25 trees weref inI I II | The Garden Club met Monday :
I I In the Civic! Cctnei Auditorium -
l Identified by I the girls in hisgarden I
I where Mr Huntington, ,! which was beautifully de('-
orated In Armistice Da colon
: "served Ice cream and gave them ) t
----- -- -- -------- -- of led, white and blue Mis 1(
till the fruit they could carry
I | Will a ford R. Leach presided
!rom his citrus I trees and rare
I Hostesses were Mrs. H H Thavpr -
tarnmbol'i tiee Present were
.' Miss Celia Atwood, !Mrs D
Polly Rice Duane and Valerie]
I L. Williams and !Mrs Harry
Maderla Mary Alice DcLoaih,
Swlnglehurst. The now chaplain
I Kola Mae Blakeslce Patricia and
!Mis EdRid C lead"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY I Olol'Y Hancock Jane MorrIson, a
!ilriotlc poem Mrs J. n Taylor -
Joan \Vll ,
introduced the 12 visits I'S and
Qn\d OeoiRli Evans
and tlrieneFmlth
I We are offering the, e orireS to make- room for our lark stud the sew members Mrs. R. 0

I _, McCulloiigh presented. the! new
of Christmas Merchandise! Me! nbn' The Federal Reserve System 1 I nd Fedora' ) Deposit Insurai' (' '"
and \''Illtol'.Ith a
: : tare hlsblscu-- Edwin A. :\iinnlnPI : -
I, enPTErtfealnt
!\ presented: tie club with his
e I s Cttlwrlne: chapter of __._ u __ ._. ._-- -- -- ". .- -
j the .- ---- ----- ---- --
Episcopal Woman Auxili- ---_." la9tLO Est rL
ry met wIth Mix Alice Dthon : II
,,II' her home on Fourth Street.

i HiChester Homan chairman, ':
iI I I j,roRlded over the business meeting For
\ otter which refreshments
II'' punch and cookie were seivcfl '
: EXTRA SPECIAL S1 1 20 Sa) Hepatic 97c Others present were the Rev

t 1 20 Brnmo SeltTer 95c Richard M. Frnton Miss !Matildalenton CLEAN GOVERNMENTAND
Mrs. Emily Stocklcy, j
$1.35 Pinkham Comp 89c 1 1.25 S S S 98c Miss Myrtle Over Mrs. Eddie Lee I

1.25 Ab orbine Jr 79c69c 1.00 Wine Cardui 8<>c I fernUh, Mrs Theodore Preston. .
Mrs[ D S Hudson Mrs. Paul

1.00 Iromzcd Yt''st .50 Jaybra Shaving Powder 39c Uocnshel, Mrs Stanley Smith, ,
Mr. and Mis Theodore
,75 Dsan Kidney Pills 49c 14-nz. Listerine 59c59c Dehon
and Miss Julia: Dthon

75 Milk Magnesia (PhitJipj' -19e 16-oz Mi 31 Solution I
Mr and Mrs Robert Jeffries ,
limit One Dill Kill & GunSTOP 79c oi! Port Norris, N. J, have arrived PROGRESSIVE ACTION
.. .
---- -- -- -.. -. -. to spend the season in Mrs FIsk's
.75 Jens Hair Tonic
apartment In Hilpatlokep Park

.60 Jem Hair Oil THAT COLD Mi, and Mrs. Lester A. Presser
.arrived lust week from
Oioss ,,
$1.25 CroemuUioo $1.08
Both for (plus tax) 76c: Point Mith. to spend the season'''

1,25 Creo Terpin 98 11 their home on Riverside Drive! '
$1.00 Kremel Hair tonic 79c VOTE FORAND
St Lurk Estates They were
1,20 Pertutsin .98
1.00 Wild root Hair tonic 79b3c c "irompiiniid bMis Wysong I'' I
Cherrsote I'.ho will bi their house guest
.75 Vaseline Hair tonic 75 69 :._ I i
75 Baume Bengay ... .59 FRIENDSTO
1.00 Drene Shampoo 79c
50 Vatronol .39 I SUPPORT
1,00 Halu Shampoo 79c I
1.50 Vacogen Tablets 1.35 "
60 Kremel Shampoo 49c ', .. I
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60 Conti Shampoo 49c: 1

$1,50 Agarol I $1 1.09 For J {' 'Hf I

1.50 Kaomagma 1 1.29 :
Vt'ro Beach
1 J.50 Amphpjel! 1 1.29 YOUR FAVORITE DRINK Phone
2490 Florida '

1.25 Petrogalar .89 or I

1,25 Anacin .98 TASTY SANDWICH New! Floor cleaning,

1 1.25 Vercolate .98 Bakelite finishing, waxing

I 1.25 1 Caroid & Bile Salt .98 ---- for floors that are Stuart City CommissionerTUESDAY

TAKE HOME A PINT OF not too far gone. Cheap.
1 1.20 Enos Salt .98
er than sanding. Preserves -
]1.20 I'leet* Phospho Soda .97 ALFAR ICE CREAMPRESCRIPTIONS NOV. 26
and beautifiesyour ,

-- -- floors!


Floors expertly sanded
Remember that we have the largeot and most complete -= -

I I I prescription department in Stuart and and waxed.finished or cleaned Army Veteran -- 29 Months Overseas Service

A REGISTERED PHARMACIST on duty at all times.
Stuart Resident Since 1925
Rugs cleaned. Pick-up

SAVE WITH SAFETY 4mrj i I and Delivery Service. Graduate University of Florida Class of '43

Tacked carpets cleanedon


rj, -JmJflJ) ] JflJ r Js1r'Il ) I I Sanding machines and for rent.polishing Elect A Young Man Pledged to Make Stuart Grow Prosper

Il THE REXALL STORE PHONE 11 Adv.rU..m..1I t 1
IP.I4 Polltl"!
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i 4n SALES ... _.,,::QI : See U. For' Roy Acuf f's Grand Ole period< of :hree or four weeks in OeorRi/; S Oat'rim'i 01 I Syria i'i-- \11" alldfl"(i -. n ICI i 1'urvirr: < / : : I j; ,- :y
& r Opry l Kansas before moving back to lake N .1 l r. mil MNs Fdl l) ,,, Na'f. i""
(!iii". r. .I.9..r. ,I. I Repain andERVICE II : ;;;"'-- :! arel Parts, Next Thurs. to Florida where tile troupe will I '11s: biothet in-law and si 1,1"1.t" i (,ntlv discharged( imn Ihr' \ ) i ( (l t ",;. ..

-- -- perlorm I for the winter season. I', --------......_.._ ____ _.___.__=-:.=- .::-: .' : ,I::.
ARNOLD In his estimation, Acuff topnotch "
BAUER I I Roy Atuff star of screen and '. '
whi( I.Lucie Boulevard phone 14Z.W fOR INFANTS raIIO will arrive in Stuart early :to Memphis movie wa "Night Train I WE'RE RESTOCKED NOW ; !;r
ALFAR MILK next Thursday morning for his At the present time the radio
... _. I scheduled peifoimanre to beheld and screen star reeldes' In I the
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--. -_.. "-- ... -.n.- The Best Money Can Buy :: Thursday under Nov.the big 21. Show fireproof grounds tent best,residential Tenn. district of Nashville I WITH NEW MERCHANDISE! I r :;j( 1

EMERGENCY SOFT BUYr/ BONDS i I are located at Hall Park. The leader of the Smoky .f... \
WHEAT BLEACHED Acuff who made The Great Mountain Boys" has been 1111 Drop In And Inspect Our Freshly Stocked Shelves 'v .. ii.'''' .\
I "
] Alfar Speckled Bird "Wabash Can- show business for 16 years and I
Creamery ,
1101,bill" and Pieclous Jewels has appeared In several movies' u "
... FLOUR WEST PALM BEACH famous, has In his troupe a total besides his radio programs and I MARKET SPECIALS I w-
I 456 Flamingo Dr. of 10 members I all of whom I areIrom broadcasts Hundreds of recordings -I
I PLAIN OR L 1-hono 717Today' !
SELFRISING the state t of Tennessee' with have been made by his
the exception of two. band and many more are being I GRADE 'A' WESTERN BEEF '' '
/Dlb .'
bar gee I The tour of The Grand Olc worked on now 1
__.. Opry,' of which Acuff Is the Although his programs originate i I
.T Sirloin Round Steak. 55X lb.
l \
)! '- u ... *- Milk Today leader, was stalled, April 15 and out of Nashville he plans I or ; : ,
FRESH D'ANJOUS Producedand before It Is completed will\ have a possible move elsewhere In the I '
MLJ" I been featured In 13 states andcovpl''d East: however, the location has I Brisket Boiling Beef 29X lb. '.,
... PEARS approximately lOOOOUmiles ( not as yet been decided upon I ..
'M''( "" It. 'Q ,i The show' Is booked for
"1' PasteurizedIn i : .. a AIMISF VETERANS TO Fresh Chopped Beef 35/ lb. ,
'12 2 _
[ELICIOUSAPPLES Lbs 33c Martin CountyKarat's ('(INTACT> DINNER KEY

:_ Veterans undue delay who In feel coriespondenrti that thereis GEORGIA PEANUT FED PORK
JUICY DairyP. \
I FLORIDA action claims filed with '
11 : 'J i on
2Sc ORANGES O Box 1042 Stuart BREAD ( t I the Invited Veterans Saturday Administrationwere to send Hams 6 Ib. av. half or whole 55X lb. I?

Lbs tellers to the personal attention
Shoulders 49' lb. "
2 49c I 01 l the manager of the Miami -
[ Doz. regional office! at Dinner Key i
POTATOES : FRESH LOCAL YELLOW SPEED.O.PRINT DlIPLICATOR. AND ADDING UPPI.IE8 MACHINES ,i r and will Immediate be given personal each )case attention I Pork Chops 59X lb. Side Pork 451 lb.I .

SQUASH SHAW WALKER KOI',\l. TlITWItlTFRS 8C'\II'I'slllan\ 1 1,400 veterans and I
0(1( ro Ei,"pm,nl' DKTAIIIOM; ; veterans dependents of South i SWIFTS PREMIUM DELUXE SPRING LAMB
25c OLD TOWN AND CARBON Florida moved their residence
Lbs,. 2 35c i timing October and failed to Rive I

S NO. 1 Long IslandPOTATOES I -FRESH-.Lbs.-_GREEN__m.'___ I James Typewriter; ; & Supply Co. I of immediate address' notice to the of Veterans their change Administration !:- Legs 591 lb. 11i

8.\1 F.SSI> SFIl; \'I'E: -leMill, that many! Shoulders 49X lb. Chops 63> lb.
i slIbsls'tl'nC'e
: BROCCOLILarge government checks for i
j' I r JAMES M.,.....' "PIIONEII or compensation were returned -
W Lb Bag 3St Bunch "?'- 7 C RLAKESIEES disbursing OBSERVE Krafts American Cheese 5-Pound Loaf $3.15 each ., j,

---------- GOLDEN: UEDDIM. I>.\TEMi : i,
( '. and Mrs C. D. Blnkeslcc
IPRICOTS r 23c 54 residents years, celebrated of this community their golden for Dressed and Drawn Fryers 2-Ib. av. -- $1.30 each ,
wedding anniversary Monday
--- Nov. 11. with a family reunion
.CNGA at their home on Belle Plot ave. The Complete Food StoreCROMER'S
Besides the sons and daughters
WOES i cl2 17c and grandchildren Mrs. Blnkeces -
_. : slstei. Mrs, A. L Bieiof
----- MARKET
came from Rlohpoit Conn to
'CLTANA BRAND lli, YEAST attend the festivities.
PRUNE PLUMS Nc.:" 24cNN t FRESH Mi and Mrs. John II Theirs \\l: rKM\Hl: PIIOM; 5tt
have had as recent guests nt ,
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their home on St Lucle des" WHERE SERVICE COUNTS WE WIN

PAGE NOURISHING renthis. .._. cousins, Dr. and Mrs. I .. .-- .. .. .
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11II -.II. ________.__._ __ '"
ELLO-WHEAT\ ST:.z. 19c - -

; I
Fresh active yeast goes right to work!
No lost action-no extra steps Helps give sweeter,
tastier bread flavor-light, smooth texture-pel feet
59c 45c
B, LB freshness!' IT YOU BAIZE AT IIOMC-always use
I"leibthmimn'i actor, fresh Yeast with
w !
ALEG the familiar yellow label Dependable Ay '
LAMB fin more than 70 >eais-Amenca's fr fr,
I ROAST tested favorite, awi .

-B, SSe_ LB 37cSHOULDER Watch For Details In This Paper r I


PORK CHOPS .. -- ...-. .----- --- I
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65c PORK ROAST45c -- Next Week-Announcing Opening Date I''

B, LB ,

OR BISCUITS TRY JANE PARKER i I 4 Of Sale of Lots in Stuart's Best Subdivision .
20-oz. box
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LOUR ... oz33c TOMATO (
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[OASTIES ..DE12c .
------ No 2Can "
'BETTy! CROCKER PEA 13c Think of AnthonysA J

SOUP; 4-oz. pkg.......9cAsTsco ...-- .
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...22c rt
(iK BONE-Larll'e Pkll'- RAISINS15oz.

DOG FOOD ... ..39c .

!:! qt. btI..11c -- IR P'
ll l i g: LADY NORTHERN i I iJ

BROOMS ........ ...82c ANTHONY'SMEMBER :
\fOps 8.oz. 47c
(' EP NN.2 ; ---- 6c GroceryHOME I
-gal. Can ROLL I
DRY CLEANER .97c Economy

-.- Easiest Payment Plan! I ;
III IIIourth 143
201 S. Akron Ave. WE DELIVER Telephone f
i15 Street Stuart Florida I, .
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, i ul'It' nIP; S1TMRT NEWS STl'Anf Martin Count, ORIDA, Tilt'R3DAY, NOV

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*:"I 7 ilPlC! ttutrt t J.$ Jiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiltiiiiiilililii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiii Letters To The itliliiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiliiilili Editor / SHOOTING STAR I one' DO crossing THE JOB warning, <11(9 1 I h 11111.1 111

for Salerno Residents of the' ,it'< "I i", ,


," Swart, Martin County, Floiida, HIP: 'ME OF'> TilE INCIPITALIZEU COKE I extremely dangerous railroad cros.F' ,,, I' 111*'1 Il(I '

{"I' I by Stuart Dally News Inc. a EiiiToi Stuart News, ) cannery This is a I logical I i I"?","?, im l III'S S

"' I 1I Florida corporation I This U to think you for your mention of "Coke" In the NEWS O AaP P. AIR SHOW and Martin county comniisison ,h" HI! ,Ill,or"i

1"i .... '- .' *,.,..*1 Entered\ us se.'ond-cills mall in the Angus 8. 1946 U>t>uc. In the column entitled "News and I I i I this section in the matter I 1(
! matter tit the post office at Comment theie appears the following sentence: "The other day

1 I Stuart; Florida under \the Acts in Stuart drug stoic( a man for whom I have a great deal of Two-Hour Aerial Exhibitionon

of March t. 1879i ifm/' was moodily! drinking a coke" Tap At Mormon 1Ii
t-. A fREE PRESS .! We hope' you wont\ mind If we point out that "Coke" Is airpi .Field I IiS
i :I i 11'IAPS OF 8En'ICETh :
f 'turd tiade-mark of The Coca-Colt Company and Is. theremoie 1
and S,'null, Dull 1 100.... ..". li ."......., enii.led to a capital letter West Palm Beach Led by the ( 1d
.. ... I)
f I Hi si i"r: "I'Imr., Ihn firm n
I. 'Ilnrr I i.blo.II'd I I" HI,,i,, I 1. Ami III. This may seem to be a small matter but newspaper usages Jet-pi'opelled "Shooting Star. ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
'f A FREE PEOPLE 1"11.I I .'I I .iho H,,,""1 M.....nu..r. wllh in minus ol language are Important (criteria and quotations the' Army Air Forces finest!'I Itci
"itch I '1 lh. rim., war r..nn..II.l.l.4 lM I
....h t, 11117 the I Mu rl D.,lr AM.* tbeiefrom" are often produced In court against the trade-maik cum bit and bombing planes will '' \ ciSt
"If f,..ml,',I Orl',"I.T a. IK.!:", I I... w..h. '
I lr edition w... rmrtlv ki"tIWIl i .. tk o'vne" therefore, whenou appear to glee "Coke" an anomalous be put t through their paces here I it
,.. .r' U/ltw.. .*A.: ksj.J -..,"h Hnrlita l I.rwl.. |>.r. htricrai; meaning In eonnec;!Ion with beverages! the effect couldbe Saturday and Sunday afternoonIn : I
N.I,, ____ _- _.__._- ,----- quite hannlulVi a mass demonstration of combat I| Pelican HotelStuart
; t to 11 9I' \ MI-NMS 1 ,;HI
A j: I .I'_ IVI":. Iverl, nYn.rYl, L/fit N MYntt.e nYt r lealite that no harm was Intended and hope you under- fl>log for the benefit' of the 9rII
-- ---- I stand i that we mention the matter only because under the law, Florida Wing Civil Air Patrol
." SUBSCRIPTION RATES the irade-maik o"ner Is required to be diligent In endeavoring to Team, I I Florida
,,,, .. t '1nu,, 'Ibn I 11rrY fb.1 ."" The Air Exhibition composed
'\ -" -:;:;-:-:. I aiiiialn the disttnc:Ivcncss of his marks of more than 170 combat |
\\1 1 ,",' ',':'":1, ::: :;""I Ih: ,ninlrnn: : 1'. ;Ihrluhlfl \\e do appreciate the mention of "Coke" and hope you willi veterans from the Tactical Air

.I I I 'h. i_, ,Inc r,rLnx,, ',, ,in. .,( .11 nY_.., I i find occasion to do no again Command, which has shown to
- IiDE
MI:MI ::lI.'I.r- IMF ,\svtri\i! i ) PRESS: I i Sincerely yours. more than 300000 spectators in I ,
I I IrAar It
JOHN A. OOSNELL one month, will/ stage the military DEF

ol. OCO==OQO'o1r0=====OC !I| The Coca-Cola Company.Wilmington end of the show. For the Season of 1946.47

'. Worthy of Meditation\ fi:itci'a Note: : Oood as An uncapitalized coke tastes I Delaware on a hot day Mai Corps AI Williams acrobatic famous expert' Hal'Inc who I Friday, Nov. 15, 1946

>, QQO.-----oco oco oco oIf. I I' we i !In't help but sit back and dream of how delicious a capitalized has won the DFC Pulitzer Trophy 7nN
Cthe, would be If the Coca Cola Company would run regular ads and Rkkenbacker awards'
1 don', have
'u to preach honesty to men with i in The Stuar: New such as appear In adjoining county newspapers ior his skill in national air shows I

cr< ali\c purpoce Let a human being throw the engines t and (on the billboards of Martin Countye realize that no harmi over a period of 25 years, will put

ol his cul into the making of something, and the Instinct i !I' Intended by omitting us fiom these ad schedules and hope the!! his specially bull Grumman 1 A

of workmanship will take care of hu honesty. i I, C'o"I.'oln: Company understands we mention the matter only be- I lighter' through Its pares for a I 1\\ Dining Room Will Open December
are to be diligent in meeting their : lit
Walter Ltppmann CIIIH newspapers pay- half hour over Moirlson FieldMcie I
l l
than a score of gradu-
THE MISSING INGREDIENT i .UllltdUtS. :: ; utrSTNDINlLKTIStMENT::; ates of veterans' flying schools I 0
Editor Stuart News: In Florida will 0r
i compete in a two-
flex: ;\\11Il'\\ lllHl11. ;Ma\oi\ 01' Peru IJiiuli and Ui'|>nliulian '- I want to express my gratitude to Theodore Dchon & Son for day light! plane race for the I II 0a

9.1,1,1, ,,\v .III', Ricer (omm ', told ;Martin\ ('ounty the advertisement Twelve O'clock Is Striking for All Americans" Piper Cub trophy with the final I a

I h"l u!. "'I 01 l'omn."I1'/ what oui community needed rec. I have been aware of this for the past 12 years-and I only heats Sunday afternoon. They -- ----- --

1 II II -hu' tie lift out the missing ingit'dientXH hope that enough Americans realize it now before It Is too late v 111 open each day's show at i 71i

:1$1: :! need it human powerhouse like Alex I I1. It Is reallv no Joke but tragic truth. The Conquest of America | 2:30: o'clock. I

: I III 11'1.I ?II'm'Inity'! to progressive action I U patterned: after S allns Russia and Hitlers Germany the Ideahr.pm.ted I On the ground Monison Field I For and Support

W" 1 ,d I I.;. ."lei''ship that ID not for that specific purpose by those "Saviours of Mankind" will exhibit some of the latest ,
only tuisttd und in
", who have been at the helm of the Ship of State these past 13 years types of flight and ground e
?" I 1I.I"t. '" Ir :nso': a confident public which will trust I
: I h1: ,: I ,111, I I J'' :ml follow it. nerlca, wake up'E'! equipment while civilian manufacturers -
R ENSEYT will show 1947 models' G. KindredFOR
I tick 'i 1" jriex-sixc, aggressive two-fisted munpoxmUK .
.;I 1011'1', ill I'I'lil'nt.Ve of aircraft and accessories
are long on opportunn OVT LKtNst\ 1'lWl'OSJTIUSCdltol' (
.*r ( :
I' ,.I I I' "n mm of'civic dint and vision in public .
: t l"I' 1 ,I fit.
In to letter of October 20 relative to request for \\
reply your your
\111 I I" a i surplus oi half-pints in the .
and frs. Lester Mauriceof
mnl1po'I'I : the status of \on-i'esldents paying additional license tax of twenty-
I'I'i I I 1 ,''II'r' has ihuiacteiUed Jensen <
oui leaduship A live dollars on small boats Beach announced the Stuart
t ,' ..1iiI : tin nun who should In
taking the lead birth of ,
toi a son James Arnold
'. Non-Residents are exempt from payment of license tax on one 1
I ,, I, 1 L'I! \ 111 /an weak and faint of heart timid and Maurice, Sunday Nov. 10.
boat only when the length and beam added together Is twenty feetor
''I, I 't'hey commit' the crime of low -i'ating their lets used for his or her own use If he 01 she own more than Patients received: :Mis Norman ,I I
I ''hl i i'' ''mhl'l'lIl'l ( CommissionerIn
i i ommute-and Ihemseltcs'hey I : ate boat a license tax of twenty-five dollars Is required on all other Wolff of Jensen Beach
I "
\ Jt t 'itki"m-I'llther, than
stand for the
right used having to do with fishing. Mis William Parker of Indian-
brats' for fishing or |I
I I ,, .. ,
1" L< r 'm rumcnt. Thc table 1
tontioxeisial issues"I ;
Non-Risldents own boats that are hired out shall be required i town and Miss Naomi Rood oi \
I I hn t them Miuaielx, him the fight and I the
win or City Primary
\to pay an additional license tax of twenty-five dollars on Jupiter. i

earn boat iciiatdless ::0 length and beam of the boat I II I Received and discharged:
1'1119. ::-1 ''laits, greatest weakness, thml-iati ,,, I
: loadpaitiuilai Non-Residents who own boats that do not fish haul fishingparties I I Coral McCullough and Infant Tuesday November 26
""I'I It i criticism of those who) him bun I / ,
01 have anything to do with fishing Is not required to pay Charles Hendrlcks of Salerno
,, II i il t : app\ ninth. : \M hint dearth of titan. 1'1'0< a Ih'l'nseX.. to the Florida Conservation Department on said Discharged: Mis Emma ;!
1 t'. n i \\ilh \ l Mioni I

I I I) ''I' i.in bin'd link : hilt i II'oil.| tonns slunk I I'I' I' bouts J. W. ST. CLAIR. Wilkes_ :'
i n.1< "i'st of I him I Ld' ----
i keep oui vyc (tout l'OI11tllllll!
hot' i n '111. put into )position of liudeixhip! men with I General State Conservation Agent, Department Converted from torpedo production I' WAR VETERAN
: liliiation< ,of li' iderahip-mtn who will liberally': to can manufacture at t'V.
"I.l I thai tim Itr the community' good, men of xision Riviera a cost of $5,000,000 American Can
//i., a "ii. not too busy to serve their city and their f rwmlxir ---- ,: Company St Louis plant willi 1 I
goal and Walter Rein Jr chalk- i I
",t I I''mmerce. 'r tOO-OI'i any' other &good: thing which tan IKx I''VETERANS HOLD ed the second touchdown? by be ready for production November I "

: ::1"l 1 I by, pusi) 'mil! leadership : men capable of \going f front : cutting up out to the side line after 1. according to Gordon H.I I : : t
., other ''., Kellogg vie:piesldent f i
wns! and pointing the
way : men ready a center plunge and gettingoff / iI Ic 20 Year- A Stuart ResidentHE
lid I tin h,mil of fellowship t'! our \isitoi<. "I'llIly t I" "EP.FECT RECORD spectacular run. Charles
on a
;, lid I I II..h i h /anx pioiut) for th. tow'n's good Hall of Hobe Sound kicked goalI :::::=: oCooGo.: : w
I I.. ,," .: ''III' mi',,sing. illgt'eilellt '
/ : genuine mil II po II ""I i I for the extra point.
.' ;ii Iling an 1.1 1 nniuto some the community.A.AKE "J GRID TILTS The game was featured by I BEER ON WILL WORK TO SEE

THEM PAY FULL LICENSE good sportsmanship throughout STUART PROGRESS
\\lth few penalties or errors on I I PABST BLUE fj fjvlci

I 'II mix.il" an. again in full owing through the small County Service: Men Still cither side A crowd\ of approximately '1'\\ r." ,
1 ,'I' ""t t cl'ntl'al Floiida. and it wont bi long until tlusi 'Jnscored On-Defeat Lake I 800 spectators thrilled to.superior II

I'' '':, 1': will I lor planning Stuart\ showing-. Wales 130 Armistice Day I kicking and the work 'Ru :
I'll"I i uI"ual procedure IM for such outfitto! -"t. tin tf serial teams of both the visitors a
I I" "I i -lupnl .ome local chic. fraternal UI''tel'lIn" group : :Matin county veteians with and home boys and displayed j
"rdcr i "' to get free rider on the license teex I t' o lull teams of husky giiddcis, plenty of spirit by wild cheeiIng '

I 1'111"1.1 license teen me xtlff-$625 per week ill Stuff, toadied by FOI'I'esFel'l\ lIson and lor both teams \ GRIL
,,",i \hits met peanuts compaied to the |pl'oflt most /t'l,t 1'alnIa Lowery Jr.. maintained Mayor Jack Coleman umpired THE \

igh-lnndiis) take out of town through gyp ,rockets/ I II i.n ii perfect record for the foot- the game, assisted by Ralph And Blue Room Cocktail Lounge
I .' 1110'! legitimate carnivals which do tin iiistomu the( ; I 1.11) season by (clefeolln the Hartman, Ted Ouuhteison and q j Open Daily From 7:00 : !> Serving

t.; ,ot'>1 smiling \while they take his money. make siif-! 1 .ki Wales veterans 13-0 here AI Shilglev
',1\ ..11 i n week to i mire than( pax the X! (>2"> and still have I Armistice Day The Stuart serv- I --- o A Full Course I

I II' I t.1.,i pi'of it over. I I 1t omen are still uns(0ied on and CHRISTOPHER SELLS n 5:00: P M to : i I SATISFYING FOOI
11.,]N, them pay' the full license,. ,I .ml oigaiil'attonHM : ore negotiating for home Barnes FIRM TO GAMBLE

: ,u, I M I.t... WHIT ot' ullr toopiiatixe' dial with tlwm PheieM with college B-stllngs to add to U In
!I.. ?t a bad taste in I the moulh after these high-lnnd-! \ the entertainment program Charles, Christopher' urmoimc-

1' 1 I.. at."', and no I Im'utlll'OUJI I (inn nil'old the undercurrent! here I. t-d today that he has sold the The New Victory Special I Lunch
Ii I I'' J I tvI Ii,iih is jietKMiittil! ,| No statistics were kept on retail business of Christopher : U :

Mond'iy game. Both the Electric Co.. Including all stock | r i Private
STUART SHOULD BE AIR.MARKED coaches: and fans have been so to the Louis Gamble Electrical

well pleased with the mighty Co. of Jensen Beach 75
I I'' Aiiunlt) OXMUM iV, Pilots A./ot'illtjonlCul'\t'! ship /
lilt on offense and the well Chrlsophl'l'111 continue In : II
'i i J deft l xu Stuait and reported that our town it ; Minded backfield that they I the electric wiring and contract- ux o c.ocoro
", ,"JI"I'I, maikid toi sate air ..
naxigation r- 'itate to select favorite playr1'S hog field, operating from his I _____ n___
I ''t i association, ( requires thut ,. M Daily
on tegulai (air | or to cite special points of residence at 652 Osceola street. From 12 Noon Till 2:00: P
I', 111((0 1..l. (mil airport! Inciti'iM' and the commullitnllOIt' I
,.11" I |' of /a laigi building where this data tun bt easily strength The sale was consummated by Dinner5:00: P. M to 12:00: P M Daily
Howevei Warren Shipes, C. B, Arbogast realtors. I
"It) I'| a.sliy' .scatback, of Jensen Beach To The : Dinner 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
\ other" toiiecuon which should bi made in the
ended a series of with The
passes a are volcanic In orIBin. -
I tucal' .I inttuu is the of the beacon
'presence light on the 1 I"ng" run to put over the first ,
old .1' dl1dOJ1td ail field near the rixtr This light flashes" -- -- ,--, .-- I AM ANNOUNCING CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF CHOICE
tin 'nld "(lohtd J Pield which would indicate that there j'0. I "' "
i u i II" II i "I' plait to laud in the area. It should! In moved i Q R WINES; AND WIIISKEY IN

t". \\ ',,1m, Field and flash the signal "Open Field," I For

t., \ ere hinging these two suggestions to the uttinti HUTTORadio OUR L

Mgi' I ,j do not have our nostalgia/ for the horse and buggy

clax' .1 and Appliance Co. Park GOODS STORE

i I 11 1 not sun I understand st! knee-action xxhteK: !! "

1h\ \', it.'s like this : The xxhetls give feo if rOll inn ENJOY
0\ t'1 i I',dtstrian: you hardly feel it," ONAN 10 H.P. Air Cooled Subject to the

>II.! ., .Ioal1d! : U'hat arc/ you planning/ to do tonight MARINE MOTOR THE FINEST OF FOOD

\\ "' : Nothing special I'll probably) write a kttti 01txxn NOVEMBER

i a to the radio and till onM .
I I n ,bund l : U htn you tome to the so on, ,bunt forget ONAN Electric Light Plants AND

lllj t' I lillttolls r\SOtlNfc OPHtATHM: ) Will appreciate

I I' "".y\' Diner : "\\mler. I want some oysters, but they COMPLETE LINE OF Ex.Combat
musli)'" l I" too large or too small too old or too tough, and ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD GRILL
they sal-In't t UC lIalty. I want them cold and I want them i : APPLIANCES PACKAGE'GOODS I
r ut ontt' I George F.
,tit "Yes sir \Vith without "

II. I I'm keeping a record! of all the good times wove Resident of Martin ( )
bad I ogcthersh 204 Osceola: Ave. Opposite Fire 'Dept.

f it : Ah keeping diary ( ) r Drinks At Only Tommy Can Mix Them

ii., : Ni. stubs! in a check )book) I I
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THE STUART ..... .
/ -:--_ e.n, THURSDtT, NOT, II, tau PAG_ I'Jn! b
/ r western end of the "" .
Medtrraneanarea !
Have -- ---" '
piIIIRNO"NEWS Pie and coffee were Mi, moved back ic Hobo Sound ot Stuart and Mrs Lane Jen- to his home In Glen Head, Long' New arrivals Mi und Mi 11.1' nl .11,1, ""II"" ., IlTIjJIIlfm"llt, l lot c "lid;t fMuusii; + () 11111] iiii 1 1 most 101

d I served to n crowd of foity I lIol1'll'sll'ad and Mrs J B Sanders of nlnih: of Walton made up a Island, N Y. I Walter Miller, Miles. Mich, Mi 'bt Class' 1 Jllilroncl/o III 194 any veui "sine )11311 II
\I l8s.0, (); I Mi and Mrs s E Lane of ricLunch and called mi Mis E A party of golfers at the Indian Mi. W T. Martin returned end: Mrs. John Kinsei, Dayton. -
Palm City Visited| Bill Pendarvls Fri,. Hills( Golf club In Fort Pierce -,
I Mrs.
Lanl"s; day Monday from vacation with Clilo Mr, and Mis Herman
1 ,, p'I'A l held the: ; I
] ,'"" ( mother' Mrs Martha I Wednesday fr-
mectiin Friday night atM Sunday Whittle,I Mr and Mrs w a Talley, who,, Mi and Mis Frank Wacka of datives i In Virginia and Kentucky ,JUttdt and son, Scotia, N Y.; De-I Mi( I Building '. F ., '

house Mrs. I ISr Clyde Ammons of Palatka was living on the old John Lu- Gainesville spent the Armistice iOCEAN i I and Mrs( Joe McNamara,
\ 1'11, president. last week end here with hIs spent' I. grove bought a trailer and : Day week end here with Mr, and I roll; Mr, and Mis J. L. Doran i
pre-I doer moved to Orlando SnEEZE PARK NEWS
KIM! Pedersen t Ml'II. J. L, Terry, and recently 1 Mrs W B. Tilton Clendale Calif; Mi and Mrs M '
Mra family. The Florida i Mrs. L Rodgers, O. Bender, L. I ,
3/1.11' ie"(niona). A group and Mrs Chester Allen of I Southeastern as- T J Pltchford of Fort Pierce John\ Mattson VrrmontvllleMich ,! Material
/ .. I New Qretna, Delation of Congregational. Mlddleton, I, Smith and E, Ran- I
'hpl1) Y..II old I Were N J, have arrived Christian was the guest of his son-in-law ? .; Mr James HutchlnsonHcnnsburg \ i
nd Mrs. P to spend the season In churches held here cud daughter, Mr, and Mrs, dall were guests of Mrs, Berne v
wInter I I Seymour 1 *
mtl -
Nov. ) J. Mr. and Mrs ,,
7 was N ; ,
f on the lunch home. by 40 guests, Gideon Welsh at West Palm] Beach Monday "
? FPO''I': Sunday Fled Zander, Detroit Mr and I Is Still, Scarce
Harry including ministers and deter ; Mr. and Mis Welsh recently ;
to raise
derided Holloway
ass of Tomg I The Jensen Beach office
It cates from post \rs\ H. L Miller, Alexandria
River, N. Miami Beach, moved to West Palm Beach 1
ents arrived COI'all I
K(< ; has
moved from
111 Sunday for the Pitchford
Mr ,
jei. the wInter Gables West Palm Beach after spending six months at Fa; and Mrs Roy Blodgett ,
5th .mil 1 itli grades won season, West building to the new quarters in Syracuse; Mr, and Mis Kirk
I Iiltsh and eight other Ccean Breeze. i
Jesse churches
l 10] ] nonth for hav- Quigley motored to West, the Tilton block The Tilton
in the tiench, Detroit; Mr and
i> its present Palm Beach Saturday. district The 1 main speak- Sundry store also The following' tinned for the MI'S'I Casa Lumber Co. I
O10SJII\ cr of the opened in this r. R Fisher Medina, N Y.:
Mrs. Jack day was Dr. Oscar winter after spending the sum-
Met h- ,
Idrldite Thompson building
( I Monday. This Is
qM' \V spent Mauierof New Haven, oper- Mid Mrs C A. LlnebciRor(: Bella .
,. last week Conn The mer In the north: Mr. and Mrs, ..
msu] .J biuail! gave a In flames city Palm City church rled by Mr. and Mrs W B Til- Isla, Ark.; Mr and Mrs. E. B. w
\nil! HHIII I Coutant t with 1 her daughter: Mrs James dinner at noon. ladles served ton, Jr. Roy Harvey, accompanied by / ndeison, Chicago : Is Still Doing Its Best To Supply You
Mellioin theIr granddaughters, Lou .
Mary "
family I
i irt Mi
I and Mis Charles Munch PHONE 66
Mr. und Mis Ed Johnson The Rev. and Mrs. Loilng B. aid. end Joan, of Indianapolis; E S, '!
and laughter. Peggy; of Langley Capital expenditures for equip-
son Ed l Ji., of Miami, Chase arrived recently at their Wilson of New York; Mr. and .
sere din- ; S C here -------- --- --
were for the fun-
Honda I I I
Picro' rer guests winter home In Lake Como, from Mrs. B. Banks, Mr, and Mrs.I
Sunday of Mr. tial if Mr. .
and Munch's father, CII I I
Phone 732 : East Northfleld, frank Wolfe,
Mrs o D Qululey Mass. where Brooklyn; Mr. and
ERICK L. PORTER I Mi and Mrs. Clem they will spend the winter seai I i Munch. They returned home Mrs Leo Hare, Allegan, MI Mathers,, Sunday
Fool SpecialistRoom Ji have moved back to West sonJohn Jenne Langberg spent the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Griffith Watch For the Opening'I
204vise Blasko West ,
Palm Bench of Detroit, a student Armistice Beckley. Va. and Mr. and i'
Theatre dr'!> Mi and Mis in the U. S Naval School; holiday with her parents Mis C Taylor, Trenton, N. J.
Bin King and Mr, and Mrs, John Lang- :
--.1 family of Okeechobee and Palm Key West was the week end berg, at Sewall's Point, of '._
City have moved In the Clem mest Nov. 3 at the home of his,, Mrs. A, A, Hendry and Mrs I I ..

STIPATION Mitlieis. sr. cottage.Scbl'on Steve uncle Blatko and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. ,]Charles Sniper motored to West: Announcing the Opening I .Lr.Fointc'5Imported V 1

Riaky'n' Brown was a business A rilm: Bench Tuesday I ofDENTAL I .
caller in Miami last social gathering\ of Palm Mis E .
week J Ward was hostess
AD COLDS! Mrs. J. M Korson and Mis City resident will be held FI'II I In( the Week End Club at Sey 1 1! OFFICE I II

unc1a: n ,food becomes E, R. Arnold of Erie, Penn i day evening, Nov. 22. Everyone ,mours Inn Friday Mrs, Minnie I
!oxbtf whlel\ are in the district Is I GENERALP RACTICE
ii\ other( vital or- visiting fiiends here and In Stu- to come Klpp was guest The members and Costume JewelryIN
la:,t" nr .nlng; yo ir re- art and have a good time Refresh- I i Playing were Mrs Adolph HertelMrs. I'I I j
,r >th win 'r Ills I menu will be served and It DR. C, M. FOGT
\: will
oM .
1Armi ;li :treatmentUi I' I Miss Laura Bass of Stuart call- be : Lewis Gamble, Mrs. R s'l
t tthl n MM tan ed on Mi and Mis C. L Mooney New by young and old. Pobeiison. Miss Elizabeth I, 205-206 Green Bldg THE VICTORY BUILDING
(' nb thorturhy: : residents are especially invited ] '
abu bcitson 1 .
.cr}: foci of Sunda\ Mrs. Charles Alderman,
,alit-,mrl ing out to\.ncl .- Mr and Mrs. E T. Jones and to attend and get acquainted ]and Mrs Seymour Gideon Phone 282 PROMPT SERVICE ON WATCH REPAIRING
with their
rod Vii: neighbors ,
..Irrlsc chlldi'en. Edward and Al Papsodere returned Monday
'Ill, t Iu J n;ji'? Diane arrived -. The regular
V 1I[ meeting day of ..
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I old! Not :- Monday after the summer .
f the Palm
'alc lb. Uo
:''Kt Irot( c ( ,as In New' York. Enroute they visit- I
.IOc ant 6h1 a. aU drug: t. be the 4th Thursday of November -

e CAlOr ADS I fd were Mi friends in and the in Mrs.Matheis S. C.W. apartment"I Eaff, who,I note l which the Members happens meeting to will please be Thanksgiving be held take- LUMBER j VETERANS We Shall Carry An Unusual Line of I

] UlFlleiaVnv Hn. ___... _5Q!_ u.tact..t..1..__. .MA'......__ ._
I]i bets sire: requested to be piesent 1 49 IF YOU HAVE PRIORITIES SEE IMPORTED JEWELRY

NSEN BLOCK MFG. CO. A small number of nearby
neighbors of Mis Ralph Mallory 11 US FOR
met at her home /
P, O. Box 1089, Stuart, Florida I one eveninglast --
week In celebration of her Building MaterialsWE

Standard 8x8 x 16 inch blithday The evening was en- I.
The Ladies
Aid of the
I City church are meeting each
Wednesday at the church from SHOPING.

Located At 10 a. m, to 4 p. m. to prepare foi

i a bazaar to be held this fall
Church Street Jensen Florida -
I Those attending ale asked to

_. i I' bring their own sandwiches We Shall Our Plan Your Convenience
ii Everyone is welcome to assist Carry Lay-Away for '

i| In) this work for the benefit 01

the Mrs chuich Emma Petty und daugh- G. LaPointeFormer

t h'r.< Mrs Lena Felgel arrived!

P fiom Miami Sunday after se\'- \ '[VLRYTNINO To aVlO YOYN NOt/aL' r ravaayiHNO
Sine 1934 t
my I'ml'l'l'k there with [fiiendsid to ssm.vomjs 650.' Watchmaker at Stuart Jewel Shop

Aogh average wage /for s. lelitlves Mrs. Petty whoI'shit' T

,.SHIER home service hat I n in ill health, is I'purt- --------- ------- ---- -.-- --- ---
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I. -been cut m half i K* impaired I 1'B'n -r- I
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r WA6tS Yet every day, Im 11111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111JENSEN 1

O 4 finding more ways NEWS i :
to help you!
: Itv ( liiilutle Ilellierulltruatlnuumuuuhunuuunmul i fn

_y YOUR EIICIAIr AI El AV.MIt IJunl( OHeOIl! 01 Stet'in UM -
xii(I I.Hh 1 I spent tin nok end \\'llh

t HINDI i mnptf? i ilm i mmN""rrrtt 111'i pin.ill, :Mi Ltd! lth'i S- I

moor Gideon i iMis ) I
: T R Hcilici Mrs (' N

r-i" "ggreg Pnlper.! ) ] !MI n R B. McPheison

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r1-i T ( 2 PROPERTYOWNERS Stuart Tisrers I


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Postal laws require that house numbers and mail boxesbe \ HOME. .

installed on all residences and places of business at Fort Pierce: I TEAM ]I W.

once so that when Postal Survey is made Stuart will be

accepted for Carrier Service. FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 15 '.'

rE.. HAVE LARGE BLOCK House REGULATION Numbers SIZE 15/ Stuart High School I Field 8 P. M.,

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I I Nov. 15-Fort Pier'.e at Stuart t ,k +

Nov. 22-S. Broward at Stuart

This Series of Advet'isements Sponsored By





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OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-A-WAY PLAN Athletic Sports Build Mar power for Our } "

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Social News of Cleve KltrhlnB Fred Walton *rand

(.\\1: "I'' Jewelry of Distinction i Stuart Cont'd I other Mr.last Stuart Sprlngle week people In their In addition who boats went for to Sec .' fr1l tin County and South Florida By Air!

) I Fine Diamonds and Watches I I II ___ ..________II.n own extended stay.
I Mrs L MoOee and daughter -
l'!' : YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE FROM I Virginia Burgess, ::daughter ol ,
of Orlando have rented an apartment -
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burgess of East
1 C. & E. WALKERJEWELERS In the Atlantic Court for I Fifth st plans to leave thU: Flying Servic
a year. month for Tallahassee to t'ntelFlorldn i Victary)
t' r I I -. State College. for women
'. OSCEOLA AVE. STUART FLA. Mr. and Mr Ernest Lyons and -
hlldren Billy and Mary spent Mr. and Mrs. Heaton Tread
way. former winter residents o
II MarsAnnouncement I,Hobe Sound have returned fo OF STUART, FLORIDABess
the winter season and are guestat
the home of Mr. and Mrs Tel
; Chambers on Jupiter. Island. '. Instituted A Vitally Needed New Air Service
: Enterpr,",j o: Stuart Has whit
: to My Customers! Mrs Ted Chambers and daughter By Air, Charter Trips Anywhere
.Ann and Mr.and Mrs Ralp' Will Offer Piano: flentals, Sightseeing anc
Hartman and son BI'lidy..t'r
9 I Sunday dinner guests of Mr Civilian 1mtl udicn.
Ij Ii i I. Chambers' pa'ents Mr. and Mr ..4
I have sold the remainder of my bu ness to Arthur Lou Halbach In Vero Beach. M sand o
I Mrs Janus Lcnelace of Vei i i:4:
Ausborn and O. L. Meyers. I Bench were -also guests- Iii

Judge and Mrs. Arthur Clout!
I sent to Talahi ,ee ever ttiArmistice I Iq' BASED AT WITHAM FIELD
week am w visit the tu
c'autrter Mildred\ ( a frf'shn1l11':1
\ at Florida State College for Women L UNDER PERSONAL DIRECTION OF
: ,. They were accompanied b
Mis Ralph Uhner who visile
her daughter, Peggy who Is ala ''I LEON DAVIDSONFIFTEEN
I student there p
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The Pontiac C M. C. Evans Crary went to Orland 1 \v YEARS FLYING EXPERIENCE
I Thursday to attend a Sta: ti
: Safety meeting. Mi" Crary joint t..!
Ed him In Jacksonville Friday
i and V/illys! Dea ership.HAVE I i and accompanied! by their son I!i
huddle. they attended the Flor- 9 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
ida-Ceorgla foot ball game: '2
: Saturday In Jacksonville ji
II i -S.-- 'n: VIC SUTTER
I Patricia Van de Water who .:'j
ALSO RET AINE[ JUR .. has ben attending the Cringe) 7
.Washington college In Washing-: .I.. Founer East Coast Air Service Manager Here, Is Now
ton has retmned home
I -- -- ./ Associated With Victory Flying Service.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCal '
!lam are now In Geneva, N. Y
vhere Mr. McCallum Is worklnp AVAILABLE FOR CHARTER
for his master degree In mechanical -
'y. engineering and Mr
5-Place Stinson, PT-17 and Taylorcraft
McCallum Is In the college pcisonal -
department. Mrs. McCal ,
Ions\ was the former Miss Jeann'
I -
i WILEYNorth I Joe Courson who Is a studentat f 1
Stetson University spent tin
i I week end with his parents. Mr. .
and Mis A C. Courson of El- .
I dorado Heights His roommate I
Federal Highway Phone 291\ .Dick Woodall of West Palm I RENTALS
Beach came up Sunday and theyvent
back to DeLand In a Jeep
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SOLO TIM% ON PT-17 .. ..... .. $14 ...... ........ ..... $17

BLOCK Of-; ? Hrs. .. ........................... .. .......... ..................... 12.$36)....... ......... 15 ($45))'

Announcing The Purchase of SOLO ON 1. YLORCRAFT ................................................. $ 7................................. .$10 II a!

BLOCK OF b '''-"*. ..... ....... ......... ........... .. .. ...... ........................ 6..($30).............. 9 ($45));j

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AND INDLJ&VERS j -- -- -. -- ..... ........... .. V 'UU

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[ 'I r ': INDIANTOV/N ... ... ... ...... $25.00'

ARTHUR AUSBORN 0. INLAND WATERWAY ... ... ........ $20.00
and MEYERS i I
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Under New Management Effective; Friday, Nov. /15 ,

EFFICIENT A UTO REPAIRS 'II: : PIERCE FORT .. .. ......................... ....... .... .......... ................ .... ................. ...... ..................................$ 7.50


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Under Personal Superv.iion of Arthur Ausborn '
1 Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahasseee, New York, Chicago Anywherein
Formerly Mechanic With alph Ulmer Motors, and :f. Florida or tlie! United States. Ask for rates unquoted.'

Royal Palm Chevrolet Co.J Palm Bench, $2j. Miami, $45. Tallahassee, $200. Tampa, $90. Orlando, $125,
Jacksonville, $125. Daytona, $100. Gainesville, $150.

Bring That Repair Job to Us For Speedy, Satisfactory Work!





It'.? Faster and Cheaper To Flyy
(Russell Wiley Has Retained Pontiac New Car Sales)

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ICiAL NEWS of STUART bunchy,:eel ration schoftl, was, given in the Mr. and MIT Real! un Tread- Tent. on, o business trip, re- were < u the Atlantic Coast HIM rcrpntlv discharged from the" way, has entered school InCinla. V\r- : ':i
; mom lf ,hp .hurch way arrived! fro Slocl. t'urnod tl
Friday >n 10 his borne Monday tialn tad jumped the track lastv Nnvy after serving on the Mid .
I TucsctHy night The following bridge. Mass to visit Mr. anr. -CI'- '!(i-k and were 9 hours) late. t" '
ll'S'JlEON O. Judson: Mrs. Arthur program, was given: America Mrs. Ted Chambers of Jupiter Mrs. W. M. Land wh> has I 17W:1: ,
f1E.'T! Chappn- Ming by Island.
CAFE ka, Mr. Archie the class; prayer by the i been the house guest c he'- O'Nlel who I Is with the '
lnOI\I'S, Kldd, Mrs. Boyne I Pastor; welcome 1 /
address and I 1 mother, Mrs. ntewart Robert\
Tre"! Club met at McPherson and Sunday :; .avy, who was the house guest DUTCH KITCHEN ; I y
ugh Mrs L school history by L. > Mr. and Mrs. Joe and t
: Thursday' W. C. { lance at the FlamlnRi Ho el for cfcr- Mr. and Mrs. Donald O. Van ,
cafeteria Mrs Kltchlng Kickllter! who Is !, Mr, and ( ,
try won first general super- Mrs Horace Lance, who al months, left Wednesday fo I ;
to the prize and In 'f! Water of Tropical Farms forJ
went Mrs. ondcnt
JIrOn and Rlcou the second of the Sunday school I own and operates the Riverside her home In Cl.r.tta looga, Tenn t -s,
: terminal leave "AMERICAN STYLE"HOME "i
days on ar-
Pres !MOCK MIowed) '
WEDDING by the ..
tel play fivr\; mock Restaurant' Federal ,
: te' wedding on Highway C. t
.vhijj from San Pedro. Cal.) has
) .I Ricou BY S S CLASS 'l'he bride f r' ,
Ear was Mrs. S. A. took a .
of friends
Baker party to fish
Mp Mrs'j ; I' Mrs Robert Clarke jr. \"h 'ft for WashliiRton. I Ie '
Mrl H. F A social, sponsored by bridegroom, A. C BrldKes from the Jensen bridge Satur- ; 1'
bnlOn tile ; I has been the house guest )f Mi COOKING > HOUR
pdult r
nit' Kitching Mrs. department of the Baptist bride's son, of one of her e'.ay: night: and landed a 7'i pound find Mrs. Walter Johns at the i
"Previous three Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rndd have
-- -" marriages, Jime kr.ook: and many other fish.I France Apartmcrts( left '"linrs- '
Anthony, bride's mother, Mrs.1 I .. I Ij i darned< to Pocatello, Idaho afar "I>
day for her hose di Lert) 1 ii'<''u", COOKS ,ti ,
A O. Plttmnn 'I month's vacation "
a during
; her father Oar- j Mrs. W. E. Holder of Cochran, Ky. Mrs. Clarke, Itriwn 1A'1'- .
EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR land Edenfield; matron of ''Oa., Hcli! t Mey, visited Mr. and Mrs. MRS. STORER a.id MISS PYSHER :. .
hon- left for her home after bee Wcthi-rston sing over tin-! "
"'JI, Mrs. I 3, Rudd In Stuart and toured
Bridges plnnlst, Mrs. spending 1 a week as the houseguest radio In her home town. Have A Reputation For Preparing Good Foods .t 1 b( f
uurunt\ 'i
Fulton n'nls of Interest In Florida. '
soloist Mrs.Eden- of her cousins, Mr and '
lie field, I .. .
and the lit
Century Boats parson Robert I Mrs. Ralph Chandler. .! Mr. and Mm. Leslie Jones of TRY US AND YOU'LL BE CONVINCED
Baker Fred Bentel was the best !, Kinston,, N/ C. left Trwriif .y fo: Mrs. N F. Robinson of Palatka "
anc man liter and ushers were L. C. Kick- I Mrs. George Salmon and little her home after visiting Mr. and' :'as. arrived to spend the wlnir Breakfast Lunch and Short Orders's' Jo1
and J. c. with her son-in-law and
Anthony Jr. The daughter! thehome : an
have arrived from London Mrs. J Leon Taylor at !
MARINE llowor girls were Isabel Mathersand I St. Boulevard.Miss ,!laughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
TUART SERVICE England, and have located on Lucie :!
Jollne Kicklilcr. The light- for the season in the Maisonette -e- :;'tits on Flagler Boulevard. OPEN: 7tOO A. M. TO liOO. A. M. 't;, ,
Stuart, Florida !lilt was with old fashioned kerosene Cottage Balva Dubose of Ashvlllf ,-- ii -- ,
,(33 Box 96 on Castle Hill, Sewall'IPoInt. / 'i} 'f.
lamps. A men's chorus sang, Mrs. Salmon] Is a (sister N. C. has arrived for an Indefinite : II. A. i Pat i Wyckoff and his TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD '
Mrs. Glenn De Berry gave two ol Mrs. Harold Basso. stay at the St. LucIe Hole) i ride of two months have taken a '" },
readings; the Rev Phil Maxwell -. I cottage at Fogarty's vamp at Krueger BUI*. Oil 1 Dixie: Hi-Way I I"'.'
have an Inspirational talk and Mr and MM. George LaPoInte Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Rol ensen Beach for an indefinite C. II. STlnr.n1111': .

Of-A DISTIXGUISIIKU: HOHMOM: : < :!li\M; the program closed with all singIng left Monday on a buying !trip to lins h were week end !guests of h'', ray... His son., Jack who was 's,
"Blest Be -- --- -- -- -- -- -- "
The Tie That }Kew York City. cousins, Mr and Mrs. Henry W ----=--=-"=-=-=--==:== '
11'lnds The refreshment Rollins at theli home in .
committee i Tampa.i '
seived pumpkin pie and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blshn i'i -C-
''l'plf,1'( I have i' Mrs. J. W. Johnson hns returned ThBLUE
; arrived from Norwood, Ohio I II :1 ,
to after a week's vl.-tt with : GOOSEHIGHWAY '
:'Ilt..tND: MRS. TII.UT.R: I occupy their new home Twin I ;
MI.KTUM I : AT DINNER i Maples on Albany Avenue. i iI her daughter, ass J. A, Robert
I in Lake City.
nnq |1 Mr. and Mrs H II. Thayer of -
"x Cleveland Avenue Mr. and !Mrs. George Ol'l'enand !. :
entertained t.
t'<3.50 I at dinner Thursday night hon- their daughter, Mrs. John i E. C. Lilllcbrldae and his niece NO. 1 1. THREE MILES NORTH OF STUART
PII'U" L. Bcrtolet. are arriving today Miss Catherine Hester 'm-rlve-'
,tiring Mr
and Mrs. '
Harry Ss iis
from Reading Penn. Wednesday night from K< rwlcl' IA
Tim Inn Vnnnr I *jut ronlaini!t.'ti\) I plenum -_ ,i Conn to spend the wirer a1
1.1 I'Vtroitcnic; IInr",,,,,... Featuring Nightly
Mr. the Majestic Apartments. They
and Mrs. )
f.fI.III, .apply' ,! r.iin.s:' HiuaxiTE I Karl Fuchs of :
TOIl) It 1SgfTRtl.l.Thirty r Atco, N J., and their daughter, .
I j, glrli from 1 the 8th Mrs. Gertrude Bayasca of Philadelphia
/If von're 'o\cr-tliirty". .llii* rprrial rream: i i.* 1 through the 12th tirades of the have arrived and will 1

for von''' More than a hormone rroani. more Stuart school turned out to try occupy their new home on Hal- : I IS''CE CLA FENCE SONIA
I for the 1848 varsity basketball patlokee Street. I. 1 II t
than an c>\tra-rieh night Creaol..it's a liltmiofbulh. .
\team. Miss Edith Glenn, director d
( tet'ientiGccreation, for )our ,nio, stated\ that a midget and guests. Jack Davis and i iJJZ Ard Their Added Attraction
\begun\ ritual. at a thrilling price. I begin! later.Organization. team will James Stephens have arrived at I ,q

the St. Lucie Hotel from Atlanta, :: II
TTLE DRESS SHOP club has of been a LetterWotrans suggested-, Ga. on a fishing trip.fl'!\ Thompson's 1 I Thelma and Her AccordianThey

which would work for the reooiinlilnn boat, the Marcia II, is dock \V" 1! I.
''d with the Stuart Marine Service

\ oi girls' sports at the Are The Talk of The Town
I tC Dugan P. O. Arcade school Co. Inc. Also at the hotel 1 M.T Spr..aHzeM
sponsor nn annual i i
are Mr and Mrs. B. J. Carlbernol
basketball banquet at the end ol t banthll.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK } pn ol1 ---.__ ---0 Beach i iI iI I
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Play Suits Large Size Dresses Mr and Mrs. Bernard A. Hln-);!
!Slick Suits (46 48 50 52)> Stuart Boat I i Ken and Mr and Mrs. Ro!! I
I Chandler spent the week t"imotorlnq I "or D far mat Ion Music

20 % Discount Rentals I Sarnsota! on to a St sight Petersburg seeing' Uri an;. I Roof '. ;itate Insurance Songs or Dance

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lY.ii C.cik .1 II. i Hitli| y No IR I -- a -
real bargains watch this ..r nl l Cull,, K.ll'o. St..,t"1 Wiitc or See DRINKS-You Request.
r new department
,. I Mr. and Mrs. John tTemminu- I : :
14-lanl Inbnmrf Be I. Inc Rent i FOOD? TRY U AND
For River Fishing Only house and chlldien. who hi;. JOJ5-V \t. TAYLOR Largest Selection In Mar-
ITTLE DRESS SHOP lived here for two years .' YOU'LL COME AGAIN. tin County.
By Hour Day Or Week .. >L :ui.i BIJi; Phone IOU "
leaving today for Casey 111.
I S'l ,
M L. (Mac) McKillip .- .i:t- Dr
rC Dugan Post Office Arcade '
:I p O. Box 796f6iiIIS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wind'! -
lohr and air,. Martha Cox ant1' i ; clJMrY1 Ml ..t.1.1ift._Arlit41a1AMSlldi/aa. -- I Ir Iri
--- brother, C. H. Thurston all o: :
Port Morris, N. J.. have arrived
((5)). 10 spend the winter.

I i W. B. Woodward- -,-who spent a PUBLIC''

neck with his mother. Mrs. L. M. ; i I
Woodward sr.. who Is recovering NOTf, 4:E TO THE I{

) : from a fall, has returned to
5)1 his home In Charleston. S, C. I
I Mr. and !Mrs. Frank Schlosser i

5)1J SHALL CONTINUE TO BE J.have and arrived will! make from their Vineland home N.at WE HAVE;, ::: SOLD OUR RETAIL C I.

J i 714 East Fifth Street which they
5)O AS OPA TAGGEDOR i lecently bought. Mrs. H. J, Mel- r
ton of Mt. Holly N J., has arrived STOCK: TO LOUIS GAMBLE OF :
to spend the winter months

J AT MANUFACTURERS with them. -- -

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Walker JENSEN BEACH I
have moved from Riverside
NATIONALLY ADVERTISEDLIST I Drive to the Edgewater Apart-

01 PRICE.is I; mental Price French who-has been to Thir has been done in order that we may devote our : _,'I

Jacksonville and Knoxvlllc
enlvj time to Electrical Contracting Wiring and : .;'

01 Has Always Been Our Policy Jim Reardon, Jr. Appliance: Repairs. :. ;'

Life Insurance and Annuities VV't wish to thank the public for their patronage of the :
Oiifhltnon Bldf. Tel 140

ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SALES STUART, FLA. past three years. I : 'j,'


O !i Model 25 ..


o I 4 Crystal Channels


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ARCADE Box: 1111 Phone 118U1ER ;

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WE ARE PONTIAC & CMC DEA BUT. I I Estimates Submitted Without Obligation .; t

Buick, Oldm obits, Cadillac: and Chev- I .
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Specialize all General Motor I Ij
in Repair and Service to from the General

nlet W. either have the parts to repair these carl or can: ret them very quid kly CHRISTOPHER ELECTRIC ""SHOPI

Motors* ,j ,
Parts Jacksonville
Warehouse in l ;I I Ii i :

WILEY MOTOR COMPANYNorth i I I 652 Osceola St.I Phones 117. 182.M .

Federal HihwayPHOUE r I '

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iiiiiiiiiiiinniiiii, I __. ._ 'hEALTh FILMS NOW I LFGAI. ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE ciHSv :::':: '-
"iiiiiiiimmmiiiiii, / ALL OF NfFNTION TO t : :

!) Fun S>ALtJllllllllllllllllllllli. : CHURCH AVAILABLE FOR FICtITlOllS NAME ; ,: :
: I..'I.Is,sIt '111(111( / 11111111 CO. I ''h,' ".""I, I II I' I r .1. "il,,l,<.r .llu' ,PI ""luluim' if. Ill.l" ''h.., ,

I. I I \1 DIRECTORYI COUNTRY PLACE .10'1'1" r'r'Jim's. la" ...I! .Horliln Ai-l It'llI.A' r 01"I "
: movie piojettoi ha mi .III) .sal,slam .. llh Ih. Cl-rk
.11"" 1 I I"" sound 1,1155'of, C .ill. < (',,nri, in I anil tin,. Mar-\ A ,,, 1.1 I I "' HTI
:1 '" I. \ I' ,,' \," I ('('n i received here for \use In I u iitunit I..I,.,tidH. ni,>im, rc>iiit ofI }:t:; : : >' ''i:' '

l 'ltf [ '' '' I'I I 1' BAPTIST uratlonal: pioject pertaining I I"r," of iMihlli-alluli, I "f thin' ...11... thi. ;Ill: : 'i:: ,.: 'E:: .\
tin' Akron Av. iiu> 11..1" '.110., I
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CflS3HED : : .. 10 I. ....do. o -.. SI. Ii,,
: ..., I'' I II ., I'. ., "' pI.4..I.. 10".1I" $3,500.00 I nilslopher reported to the JKiKiS LEGAL -
ii: ::: tr'iI't1 ::: : i iI ADVUTIStlo
:"' ." ". JI"",, ," ..""hip. Tuberculosis and Health I :::r; :, ![
'1.111. '' \I II' \ II I 'I" 'ounty I rosgud,, ,In himliiwa., at Hluarl IN THPtlR111
I.,,, ,, ::. ::: .} I'L.:: h Kboclation that it will be avail .'1.', Ida Thai, ,Ill.' H rlv" Inlfrnlmlin MARlIN Loopy
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II h.. ,.ro' ...r ,10.1.1". ... d""h..dI. ::0 ble to civic organizations I (1111.! I I.. I ,,
;. I II Include- five acres of land, all cleared and diurchei along with an operator } Kl.i.nl' I Horld. 1111,11KAI'Itlht'N ,,,'''Ikl.|
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT 11".1"' ,, I under cultivation. fronting! on paved :: tir.ALOV: ''AII.\, ,

." ,. ,,.. I BAPTISTl hould be given so that films 1'1011:01'1101OIJJI/ ; I
100 citru. fruit tree Building 20 x 21 feet. \ (I" $Atc
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIATLANTIC$$ I"l< ,\I.I \, I. I : l II MAKrll' : 1'.10', may be procured he said iURPLUl CHAPELS I II, I'I'\'!; \:;
: 1"1. 1', I 1 d.., Electric Refrigerator hot water heater electric will, 1 A..il" Ailmlnlitmlliin, hinlt 'I',) 'l'1It. I 1'1' "
." II. I.. ", .. .. ,,, :.; ""I.. ",I.... I First scheduled program 1 'Ilt.rnol IS!h',' that. I It< h s.an llaI'I. fo, M tItIAN 11 ,''' T I

''I ." !St..os', .. .., .10." I iv at the Kiwanis luncheon of I ,|,.,..,aol! ..iii.l, I, r th, Mirlu l'iii, ,|>.rtr Art 1IOELI"rll ;, :'\I kK'l
i-" tI I. I. I "I' I '"I< \I I : I "I 1' v' ..,, II.' "' water tystem.EDWARD. if 141 ii.d War Axil" AilmlnlatratloiiI '' C'I'Y. Ms t 'I,
I"" II .. I;, d," ", Nov. 22 when Christopher will I I-:-}, tl (I.hrt:I 1*. 1 III,, fiMo.lnndo.rrilH.. You or,. h. ,
". II .1 '. '" .. and > lirolHily' 1 huh hi", burn del-Inns. hI''" 01"1 tI.. '"'1"4.
-f"I ,, : : '; : how an 18 minute film I:: ."' 0"11"' ",
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\ Informs 'i' I I at U.I.,I M.Wi I ,
C[{ 11 m.. I.'. I THr CHURCH- COD t leon 1,.. Jones, public Amy, Al.,' |H.M Tnllahaaa ""'. 515' .. AOl'r1,1,5'r:::: ,:::' ", : "I''

:9 'i' ..""" I' "'" Poit, Ho.,.llR MAPPREALTOR ; lion chairman will give a short .lunatiil, i.n. r. Hfi 'M10 b 'U' r.1. ,,, ., :

!' "' m m 11 I U F'SI Hi own ('., .., Christmas Seal T... Ilss.s':"to ,Is,, :.d..rhl. Camp Murl.hy ; .; .. ....1,.. 10 ,",' 011II
the :
flr.t w.c'l talk about : II .
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STUART FLORIDA \1.1" "" : : .; Sh..dtI3t: : Sundays SKiij: ; 551'h .'hsu I sIll I Il'5'Id 01. RI lo .11,
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W. T. PAGET ;;' : -I', I II" 1 ." .I" ":M"d, l'l"b _lId ,: i. .10,1111. l"I!i I,),. S 5tII" (:;. ": 1,0111. ..fth.' .."ntII, ")ln Imiioaiil" itMiniil I Or AI'PLICATI00 i 1
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gTOART, Martin County, ., THURSDAY NOV. .., 1948 FAGS NINE
I zebra Is a light brown anal SALARY INCREASE

'l11e i with dark brown or blackJ1Ptf"not DISCUSSED BY TOREICN RELIEF The following new members Wllbar, Viola Mathers, Mildred
a dark brown ani- COUNTY TEACHERS STRESSED AT ARC FEDERAL BANKS Service Officer Refutes Rumor3
were Initiated: Mae Lance, Frances Stiller, Radle Stiller, Viola Krei-
light AT
d! with The Classroom Teacher SEBRINGA Ferguson Helen Lance, der) visitors: Mrs. Helen Win-

held It. second meeting Aseoclatlon -- total of in people, representing WILL FINANCE Of Veterans' Abuse Of Benefits Mabel Wltham, Leona Smith, owelskl, Mrs. Clara C. Vaught I

at. Chlsholm Monday evening 21 chapters, attending ---- Audrey Fulton and Allene Pesln and\ Mrs. Elizabeth Alderman
the Red Cross Members present were Vera Ho from Jensen Beach and Mrs
chapter Institute David L Wiley, state service
wMEII Sand The musical program was for the 24 counties In South FARM PROJECTSCOLUMBIA officer at Pass-A-Orllle, con- GREATER CITRUS man, Emily Stockey, Blanche I Harry Ormsby of Point Pleasant,
presented by Sara Roberts, Ken- Florida at Bebrlng Nov. 4-5. Lowery, Marion Tompson, Jennie N. J
! neth cerned over public comment of
'I Dorothy Ten directors
URIUISEMEI Clonts, from the South-
and Mrs. Arthur cionta eastern Area office were there. 8. C., Loans to veterans' abuse of certain Q I. CROP NEEDED TO

President Don Romanello pre Plans were made to have an finance the purchase of farms benefits, Issued the following For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES
sided over the business meeting itinerant nurse to teach Home will continue to be a big field statement after a tour around
and a general of service for the Federal land
discussion Nursing classes In
of Martin county the state: SUPPLY DEMANDState
teacher problems, chief of which about Feb. 14. A Nurse's banks, J. H Scarborough, president SEE
I' ABSTRACTS was the need of Increased sal- class will also be held. \ of The Federal Land Bankof During our recent travels over t

TAX AND TITLE fines. A growing need Columbia, said here today the State of Florida, we have
INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS Those present were: Mrs Ruby Relief was stressed for and foreign vOlun- upon his return from a conference continually heard derogatory remarks Chamber Says Markets O' K
L of land bank Left Hungry Despite TIO UBIN
INSURANCE yM Fannie Jackson, teers are now being recruited presidentsheld made concerning veterans -
TITLE Miss Olney Emit Mrs Carrie for this work In the county In Washington, D C. of World War II who are 37% Increase
FLORIDA Caveny. Mrs Carl Roth Mrs duction rooms pro An Increasing demand for drawing readjustment allowanceas REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

ABSTRACT CO. Mary Hutto Miss Edith Olenn, : Martin County's new quota Is credit to finance farm Improvements members of the "51-20' Club Markets Florida were fruits left and"hungry"for Next Door To Stuart News
Mrs. Louise Harrell Mrs Virginia m skirts for small girls and 60 Is expected In all 12 Fed- In order that this situation may veget-
"MpSDYITUAHT ? Brock Mrs Ivyl Pirtle| Mrs I. children sweaters eral land bank districts, "Far- be clarified, we are furnishing ables last season. Although agricultural -
FLORIDA Eddie Lee Smith, Mrs. Hazel Or- mers have been forced to neglect you the following for your information production In the state
man, Mrs Harris Lowery, sr 1 Miss O'Neal Mrs both building and soil Improvement An estimate basedon during the season increased 37 HAND PAINTED' ADVERTISING
? Clarlsse per cent In volume over 1940-1941,
In recent conducted by theVeterans'
Kraft, Mrs. Curt Schroeder. years" he said."because survey
MissMary sale of the crop was no over-all
lack Administration In
of the of labor and cooperation
Ellen Manion, Mr: and problem, the research and In-
with the State Unem-
Mrs. Charles supplies and the long-contlnu- .
SERVICE Kindred Don Ro-
oustrlal division of the Florida
inanello Jack td heavy cropping to meet war p 1 o y men t Compensation
Smouse Harry State Chamber of Commerce
and which make ,.
Webb postwar demands for food Agencies actually
Sixty Smiles An HourFrom Qray Wendell Waters and John All land banks reported an Increase the payments to the unemployed commented yesterday In Its ) 1
11 r, veteran under the O I. Bill, reveals Weekly Business Review. i
he In loans made In
the O
next meeting will be held 1943 300 DI>( AY
,- fiscal that on September 30th, With more people to feed In
The Atomic Trio Dec year. Total long-term loans A_
I the state, both residents and
9.A made through the banks last there were 1,700000 veterans on an
KENNY. JACK AND JESS NEW ppR year were 29700 for 135 million the rolls. A review of these records Increasing number of visitors, 11 e P.O. BOX r 501
I dollars, the Highest In reveals the following:: end with strong out-of-state
number ?
COME IN AND MEET THE HAPPY LADS GROWERS and amount since 1936 For the 1. About 980500 veterans or markets progress In Florida

BOYS WHO SELL fiscal year ending June 30, 585 per cent, have applied for farm production need be bound _
THE FOR 1946
i r '
; i ; The Federal Land fewer than ten consecutive pay only by nature and the ingenuityof AduMiUM. ,..F
Bank of Col-
ATOMIC TRIO GRAINS OF WISDOM i % +;y9: umbia made 4259 merits man", the chamber researchers -
1+ mortgage,
sense in an uncommon degree is what :1 tae loans for a total of $8,190.000. 2. About 183600 veterans or stated. I 7A From where I sit., any Joe Marsh
Common the e $ 2'7.7 per cent have received pay- The size of the 1945-1943 crop _
world calls wisdom. Ce common sense and buy your r+ OR AONENTAL GOVERNOR NAMES ments for from ten to nineteen !in carloads, or equivalents, Increased \

(farm and home need at the Stuart Feed Store. o TREES COMMITTEE FOR consecutive weeks. 37 per cent over 1940- II '
/ CHILD WELFARE 3. About 183,000 veterans or 1941 while the gross value Increased t{ How to Handle
TO THE NEW HOME BUILDERSt aspire RLORIDA AND CusAQ 10.8 per cent have received pay- 223 per cent during the

See us for the many thing you need in the plants, Carrying out plans of the flor- ments for from twenty to same periodLEGION I II ,,4'h _. a Fortune
consecutive weeks -
(fertilizer, grasses, top soils, and other needs for the k +1 ida Children Committee, to twenty-nine 4. About 42500 veterans or AUXILIARY II

beautification of your new home. We are also at the make active a state-wide prog- 2.5 per cent have received pay- I TO AID VETERANSThe Some months mo I reported in with the Mlssun, hiring a mellow
ism to control and prevent de- the Clarion how Mel Bate' uncle flam of beer with friend
service of those who are already established and need ? nquency 1; ments for from thirty to thirty-
) Oovernor Millard died up north, and left him with a From where I lit, Mel has
lawn and flower service. You may have the best built Caldwell has appointed In each nine consecutive weeks American Legion Auxiliary tidy fortune. learned the art of handling
5 About 8,500 veterans or 0.5 money
meeting Friday opened witha
but without
house in town, proper landscaping has sixty-seven counties of well
it Naturally,cur town was curiousto -a. as handling people You
per cent have been on the rolls banquet at Lance's Restaurant
no beauty. See us won't you? f'clal-cltlzens' a nine-member Joint of- I continually for from forty up to after which a business session see how Mel would spend Itl I don't let cash-ln-the-bank push
group to promote the maximum of fifty-two weeks. was held. Traveling around the world you around any more than you
locally this vital undertaking 1A aruRROtRMSNNtMGER These county committees are Plans were made for sending wearing fancy clothes or dining like the simple, homey life; companionship
i made Also to join the group will be articles to The Joy Shops of the and
up of regularly elected of. on cold pheasant and champagne quietwsys;a Blastof
flclals and others responsible Steve Koronskl of Babylon, L. I. Veteran hospitals at Bay Pines, ...T beer and friendly talkthat'sworth
under law In this and his house guest, Joe and Ed Lake City and Miami, to be used a fortune, after silt I ICopyngHt Ic90e
plus five
Cloth $3.50, Paper $2.50Order Probasska, who are expected to by the disabled veterans for We tan now report, Mel bunt
from citizens-three women and two arrive this month. Mr and Mrs Christmas giftsA changed a bit! Drop In on him any
men one of whom shall be chairman atlQ him in his
night, you'll\ find tJtc.vu1
Edwin A. Menninger"The Harry Swinglehurst will go down beautiful electric toaster {
shirt sleeves by the fire, chatting
ENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210 "I with Koronski but will take a was presented to Mrs. Marlon
Flowering Tree Man"Stuart want to ask each one chosen
... ___.._ camp cottage for the months Homan Thompson, a recent
Florida -fnr-- fhh..... ./Imnno.......v.. '.".. wvu.o.. + -
W '''He:
ligently: and effectively" said the party remains biide: ,1946, United Suitt Bremen foundation; R

SEMENit the Oovernor, "Here Is a challenge -
r for each one to measureup

,e. In a practical way to the highest THERE SIMPLY ARE NOT
omoiTowill qualities of citizenship\ I ENOUGH

urge these county groups to
meet, properly organize and tai r NEW CHEVROLETS TO GO AROUND

carry forward the task. You will\
find the Florida Children's Com- t1' We are getting our fair share of the current produce

mittee and this office eager and / tion of
willing to assist In any way possible f new Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks.
<< be glad ." q ,r And as strike and shortages decrease, as the Chevrolet

0 1 Is The composed Martin of county: T. T.committee Oughter- ;,a 1 i plants are able to produce more and more new

Eon, Chairman; Mrs. Evans / r passenger cars and trucks, we'll get more and more

Crary, A. O Kanner Mrs. W R. I 1 -T of them to deliver to our customers.

Leach, Bewails Point; Mrs J. I i Meanwhile, as long as shortages do exist, It Is our

E Taylor, O W. Shipes, County purpose to apportion our share of the new Chevrolets
waited Commission, Jensen; Mrs Lou I y /
oil Hill Foster, Board of Public Instruction available fairly and Justly among the many customers, <'

e Judge Arthur R new and old, whose continued friendship and patron
Clonts, County Judge, and H B
Kraft, Welfare Board age are keystone of our business.

IhhMLON STUART ANGLERSTO So that you may have no doubt as to our method of 1'

oday. Capt and Mrs Von Jourdan distribution of new Chevrolet
I I'l and Capt. and Mrs. J. D. Gray passenger cars and

left by boat Monday for Mara- trucks make the -
thon Key where they will be lollowing- !!

joined later by several local fishing J
"''ing for s new motor car isn't exactly the etsteit or most parties for several months

lint experience in thi world. But the laying' about patience cf angling for kings and groupers .
"l in own reward holds doubly true when your' patience is'Wed .

I by' delivery of a gleaming, new Pontiac "Silver Streak". A Stuart colony was formed POllC

J to now Pontiac production hat been limited for reasons last season at Marathon where Of
OM d our control. Now production i is increasing. As of today several couples lived on their RATION ,
> ,sill below anticipation.. But the trend is definitely encourage boats, making the vacation pay ":;Ji D E C Ip
which<< means that your wait is being shortened every day tor Itself by commercial catches. will be...ed.; _
PROTECT L{ customer ..
", -hen 'you do Become the proud owner of a new Pontiac Capt and Mrs Ken Wright 4. ACCESSORIES-No condition of ,., s
't it be mighty' glad you waited-and your feeling of gladness YOUR PRESENT CAR and Mr. and Mrs Lorenz Volrath '(::::{ Chevro I e t accessories as a :, ., ,

Vow ping month| sod mile. Because in every V"tilu."iMY.'lIm"- plan to leave later this month }, ":j: 'RIoRny OF DEl''VERY-New on to purchase a ,', I,

"7,the new Pontiac.meaur.. up to the phrase, "Finest.t.oC the ac.cW":';:'.'ul, latf* utttfacloiyrendition yturpra- ,tz. .' 1. truck will' be ClPportioned se cur'lng delivery. f. .,,-

Silver Strea.... In dependability and economy it lives up Wbiltv..n pnpfnilttstmcifllmakndenn ,, .:0., cars and Public services will be _.
IS great war,won .reputation. It looks, handles, rides and feels ; ,..'..... ,:<:,;; the basis 0 fit(li) essential I t s. OF F ORDER S Customers ;.:or' :J "
t6t quality car it is. It's a value that will endure over the pONTlACSPIXJlLlSTS.Iing -m-/ ((a'.K I requiremen 5. STAtUS the true status .r
-,." pbyirot' facrorrtarndrrtb.nitt ; .', veterans request, of .
sr ;
ONj.nt well U/Oh waiting/.,/ aid!sang tfgbt't, quality parSAplabr ;t :-"1 ((2)) placing circa upo n ;
I in intornio-
mt t/err bur-flit Itnitl ;t ;; of dote our files. e
, 'I IhNi _' ;' J.year pronrds". ;t ((3)) prioritY of their order in
/,7'-: ;:. r cars end
to/tar Chevrolet order : ,t ,, "
'ISE..w; i ALWAYS DAIVg your ;
i f; <: 'RICES-AU new welcome ,
sr ;; 2. prices ORDERs-We .
< authorized NEW
Ii ro RI I .i tV" ;; sold at the 6. .time. & t
NAMEINIx. fT 1;, :r/7/ trucks will be Chevrolet at any qt
: neW
for a q
delivery- .
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Ya I j< :# r<' current

',h', !t;J;Jl: : deinwilbe\ require Ii YOU FOR ,, "

I v' .,asleeema. i$;YNa i'J:\ 3.1RADE-iNS-No : does not have a car WE THANK 1 lv;

..a.rFanan h ...i. ;'tq f ti< from any custome transact AND LOYALTY
S. ,;' ,',1 time of the PATIENCEdispos 1l:,
i+T9la..r.r >> fat the I YOUR
.It<,!h' I r a critical "'3t.' :r.'t: to a of have can OF
I u arc r o Despite ; who do DELIVER
1M '<. f
ass. ,"" :>,-t.; Customers AWAITING. .
,, tion. based 4
NULL shortages in many "" 3*'><"''k' allowances |IN Yt,
nlarISEM' '
:sif\fiS''i \ will be given value CHEVROLET '
essential materials, :' ralsa Ie I and fair YOUR NEW
we're working hardto 1;,; on honest APP f 1

, CALL"LECTlO" the time of delivery., x9, w
bring more
l G,11,e I.Ih' you
"[,'il.nr of that good Sunshine -

..r ,h.h" Service. It's

'rlhnh,.A AI OV77I2IC CrWILEY cheaper to live elec- I
'0'I Florida!
"I .' trically... in q

_,'a r I 6SP o F TII$ Fa1DI0U,5 feSILYBIg STItB.RKS"p Palm Chevrolet y
Vl.a nUllA ?"1I' tldl) flHMCT Royal CompanyKrueger > :

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-n..S.y'Irrt: p MOTOR Bldg Stuart Florlda4 "'"'+1 F ; s

Phone 291
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.. !'AGE'l'EN TIlE S"'lJAttT Nlm. STUAWI Martin t'ounty. FUIRIDA. TIICRSDAY NOV U, 1948

,i i State Chamber of Commerce each --
RECORDW. IS. Coburn. 6th-James H. Reardon GROWING IN STATEThe I i stated recently In the second of I I year. Unlike certain other

( FISHING I 18 x 20 room addition to I I I a series of reports on new Industries dustrles stimulated
D.--Roy O. Hllliard to C. A. W. D.-Ruby Sheffield to Will Increased manufacture of strongly
building. in the vtate.
, Hilliard.W I Walker Mattern Oas chemicals and allied products in I war purchases and therefore,
i 3 Nov 8th-Harry Q. i "The steady year-to-year trading during ,m..
J IN THE FAMOUS D.--Jim Merritt to Smith C. I Q. C.-Blanche Van Oeer to station, bar grill, trailer park Florida since 1940 is a significanttrend growth in the chemicals industries .I cals industries the the

If Gale.I Henry J. Seagroatt.Sat. 4, cottage camp units. in the industrial develop- was reflected In a million I II crease that year continued; to

St. Lucie Region : i I W D.-Ira Brewster rerry and Judg.-City of Stuart to Cer- ment of the state. Last year I dollar annual payroll increase ers noted. the reseat
I wife to John Sehy. tain Lands. Dragon lizards feed on deer these industries paid $9,700,000 in I'I

I THP TMUC SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN OP_NATURAL< RESOURCES \V., D.-Ira Brewster Terry and W. D..R. W Fathauer to Edna wild boar and water buffalo. wages and salaries to employeesIn I iyO. -*: __ ==---

wife to John Sehy. Shaw.W. Mata Harl' real name was Florida the research and industrial -
This may be treason but todayI I We established beyond a doubt I W. D..Percy Fuge to Walter D.-R. W. Fathauer to Helen Margaret Gertrude Seller.EXPERT division of the Florida FOR S-ALE

am sort of like the operator ofa I that the tarpon were striking on Van Smith.Mtg.Herbert de Jaeger.W. i -- -----,-

one-horse country store who I Saturday night. Nov. 9, In the O. Oass to City- D.-F. P. Simon to Brandon

has Just taken a tour of Marshall bright moonlight--and carriedon Kens Bank Brokerage Co. LISTEN TO I !

Field's, I'm simply flabbergasted the traditions of tarpon fishing I W. D.-John Owen to Edna W. D.-Helen A. Morris to Martin 5 Room Furnished Bungalow

the hundreds of square miles from bridges by hooking 15 Owen. County. I ANDADVERTISE
by Deed and Release-Indlantown W. D.-C. M. Homan and wife
" cit beautiful fishing water down and landing none Sunday I i : Modern Electric
beau- Dev. Co. to E. L. Carter. to Chetser M. Homan. I !
m the Florida Keys-most morning I watched a fearless to WITH
Li*. Pen*-I. L. Frederlckson Sat. Mtg.-John Michaelson to I
tiful and colorful fishing landin fnmlnlne angler hoist up a 15- Rosslyn Jones.' Kenneth Jackson.APPLICATIONS IDEAL HOME I
all America. The St. Lucie 1 1I
W. D. Chas. H. Volts to Irvin
from one of the -
pound snapper
River seems a personal and Intimate I 30 DAY OCCUPANCY I
little IItrt'Rm--after the bridge supports of Mania Honda. C. Voltz. FOR II W I R A
I Q. C. D.-R. L. Wall to Chas. H. MARRItCE LICENSES For
majestic view of Bahia Honda Other members of our party Quick Sale
Volt I Nov. 6th-Carl A. Anderson and ,
channel from the Oversea taught a nice assortment of
W. D. and Rel.-Indlantown Dev. Francis E. Schml.
arching 65-feet In air snapper. Jacks and yellow tall- I NP.t
bridge DEMON
L &
Co. to Albert Y. Hall.Q. SON j
atop a former F.E.C trestle. I'm while I got the young fry out on I For auvert!. i.t; races, see! or phone T. C. Schreckengost J
with black C.-R. 8. King to U. S. of A. I Glycerine can be converted to
with memories of emerald the dock and wrassled
filled ,
S.V.. E..J. H. Callen to E. J. more than double its weight of Phone No. 126-W PHONE 81,
linen thread and minnow hooks
green waters, mangrove Islands 1
studded with the picturesque lIt- with a multitude of grunts, Arnold. : iilUo-glycerlne. I II _.....'" __... ........ "..__ ____
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tie Keys palms, and holidaying : pork fish and seargent major,
folks pulling In snapper, pork- I none weighing over I two ounce. r

fish and colorful tropical specie I The Key are wonderful Although DOLLARS .. i" '. : .d& : PATRONIZE
from every one of the bridge there Is a present shortage .ua4s ear

which span the passes between I of lime pie
those Jeweled Islands. rationing'' and a scarcity of 4 MARTIN COUNTY -
B. M. Duncan Chief Engineer I crawfish (probably due to over'' MARTIN COUNTY YOU

f>( the Overseas Road & Toll fishing) the trip from Home-

Bridge District believes that stead to Key West should be on STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESI

this whole area-exclusive of every tourist's agenda this winter -

present private holdings-should There Is a shortage of accommodations -

be set aside as a National Park, but new cottagesare .
and I heartily agree with him. going up and new fishing I -

It is an American heritage which lodges are being built along the HOME BUILDING P&MBEER LET US Docks, JOHNS

should be from the whole stretch.Marathon .
preserved See' TIRERECAPPING Give Your Car or TruckA
despoliation of row after row of Is growing rapidlyas Complete Check Up Seawalls
hot dog stands and filling stations a commercial nod sport flsh- HIGBEE


Mr. Duncan good friend of tains Fred Walton. Cleve Hitching WORTHAMGeneral P.,.. 01 All Kind. CLEANERS" SINCB IM
Paul Hoenshel of Stuart. Clifford ,, and Cap' Sprlngle of the Setltest Ice Cream Phone I10-J OPEN 2. HOURS DAILY Types Of Marine DRY CLEANING

W. Hicks auditor for the 1 lormer Stuart squlddlng fleet Contracting Standard Oil Co. Con.tructionIvan
We Pick Up And DeliverSTIAKT
district, and Oeorge O. Schutt.r.lanagt'r 1 and I understand that Von Jour- and Repairsp 'The Place Where RECAP SERVICEJ. SUPER SERVICE STATION TaylorP. EXCLUSIVELY

of Pigeon Key Just below 1 dan Kenneth Wright and the O. Box 832
Marathon, were our hostsat Volraths are either there or due Friend Meet"OSCEOLA R. POMEROY; Jr. RALPH P. CHANDLER, Own.rDlxl. O. Box 474 PHONE 58FLAGU.R
Phone 144-R AVE. At Mr R..ldonu liS Halp.tI.k.. PHONE 104-J
a week-end conferencce of to be there soon. The Stuart si.FRANK. B...." Addition HIW.vGRANT I AVL
the Florida Outdoor Writers to men are fishing mackerel, and 1 t

lay plans for East Coast partici- although they had no luck
pation in the big jamboree of tar are looking for arrival of the
i he Outdoor Writers of America schools with the first cold
in Florida next June. Some 600 weather. Mr. Walton told me LEEKREFRIGERATION Lance Brothers

outdoor writers and publicistsare that the mackerel down there
expected to converge on St. run large, S and 0 pounders being far Ettxtmieft T.n.p.rl.Hre' RestaurantGOOD I Statio

Petersburg next spring-and it "just ordinary." and catchesof Sc TO $1.00 STORE of all kind and

I is our hope to bring groups of SOO or 600 pounds a day createno Roof FOOD GULF PRODUCTS

them to Stuart West Palm great sensation "The Dime Store On RepairingGeneral ANDELECTRIC Pleasant Atmosphere TIRE REPAIR

Beach and Fort Lauderdale for Sunday afternoon \ve drove The Corner" Delivery Stuart
PARTS SALES Friendly Service ':.iI'>
'ailflshlng and reef fishing. down to Key West and took the 404 Colorado Ave., SERVICE
Taking part in the preconvcntlon youngster through the aquarium Phone 9141 and Leave
conference in the Idyllic and on our return Monday BENNETT B. McLAUGHLIN PHONE 9124 Message STUART PHONE all Closed all day every W. G. REIN
...... KRUEGER BLDG. ,
setting of Pigeon Key were st.oppetoff/ for a swim at Long M' Writ. P. O. Boa tit Monday ACROSS ROM 'TIIART one
Allen Corson fishing editor of .{ey. former famous fishing 1

the Miami Herald. Art Kell director lodge forever linked with the -

of publicity for West Palm name of Zane Orey.

Beach., Larry Higgins, director There In the shoal waters my SUNRAYJALOUSIES "BEAUTY"I' Stuart Sunoco
of the Fort Lauderdale fishing boy caught a batflsh In his BATEMANCONSTRUCTION
tournament myself-and our '': hands a queer fish which seemsto A JOY FOREVER Billy sez. "Service Station"SUNOCO
icspectlve families My only re- be growing legs, getting readyto w. @ 1 CO

ret was that the conference did come out of the water and "ADD BEAUTY. COMFORT A'JOVXLUF (C'yrIMht. U.I by Anlu'nw' I'xl'ur. 11 yuJ.t'.' k.prudunlun, pn.llit.ty PRODUCTS ROAD AM''' MARINE CONjIK
not drag out another SO days. adapt Itself to life on the land. TO BY YOUR INSTALLING HOME OR SrrdalurIn. 1"11.1.I ....l IORS I
Naturally we took some time We let it go with a blessing. No SUNRAY SHUTTER 'Ii Th' Government's run by men
off from the grueling duty of fish In its right mind should F"".1. TIRE REPAIR. WASHING LAND CLEARING
inference>' confabbing to do a lit- want to leave that marine para- L'sriMATES SUBMITTED who are smart, but most of them PROMPT ROAD SERVICE GRADING

Uc tishing-In fact most of dise. Sunray Shutter VICTORY t-JJ learn'd from a book, so In guldln'
l P.rli ol/ All Kindt
all of and Product '
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BEAUTY SALON ih' country they're licked 'fore R. H. and C. L. ZARNITS, O.n.r
part of Monday morning were Bats are among the most ancient W C APMOR. P. O. BOX 945 PHONE SOS Phon. BU4 Hiihway No. IHerby's P. O. But 1.'t'. I l-dn.lHI-5I
spent testing out the area as of mammals/ c ,I J they start 'cause they leap an'THEN I
advance scouts( for the fishing Rlch.ird Wagner! was bola in I take a look! Wher' was
writers Leipzig :n 1813 I r
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and a-drownin' th' Lunch
thousands of
Waterfront MotorsAUTHORIZED (
Properties hogs? Now loggers get mad 'bout NEW GLOAT v
DEALER FOR Tempting Home Cooked
Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and lobe I Sound. FORDSALES Cottage: FOR and RENT Boats In' shortage of meat and refuse !Meals.BREAKFAST. FOR DULI

Ocean FrontageS WHOLESALE, RETAIL t'snake out any logs! LUNCH LIFELESSHAIR

AND SERVICE Ser.food More money wer' paid fer notplantln' & DINNER
? 1
Gait For Sale th' corn than you'd get
Open Every Day From
from a real bumper
I = ,I .f REPAIRS. JENSEN BEACHAT crop; this 6:00: a. m. to t p. m.
e headed us fer th'
PHONE 9142 COUNTY BRIDGE small end of Beauty Shop
: 7 a. m. to 2
i th horn-durn lucky someone Sunday p. m. PHONE
1. HO S.
z4 made 'em stop! How do such
I 7S 4C'I thinkers lay hold a-this power? They all seem so foolish to me-

-"' A like men who would stand an' get soak'd In a shower, 'stead a-seek-
Hdwe.SURE Stuart
ln' a shelterln' tree! .

t By Taking STOREALL I used to get mad as any wet hen 'cause a week In advance they'd

,. .' .,wca x utk A Year' SubscriptionAt announce "Butter to cost you another thin ten" and 'course on

$3.00 or Two FERTILIZER KINDS- INSECTICIDESAND OF FEED each pound NINE people would pounce! If that wer' good JudgmentI TRY THEM THEY Depend bJ

Year at $5.00 don't want a cent! But finally, some pert onp. got wise-musta ARE MORE THAN Prompt -

Farm Equipment"W. been some real practical: gent, not one o'those book-learnin' guys! CourteouiPHONE
Appr,cl.t. Your Bu.lnc."
164 FLAGLER AVE. I 148
0 NewsWHEN PHONE 311 Jensen Beach .

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CONCRETE "Where Economy Rules" Stuart
co Shop 2nd and Akron III Camp
JJ.t I
BLOCKSAND i Luncb.en.tl.tODA .. Shop at "Your !Market"For Auto
n Modern Cott.g
Sporting j Meat, Produce and Appliance Court
: : CONCRETE ITEMS Goods. I F.utul. Kitchen, Laundry, And Trailer
J IICY4 S FOR Cabinet and all small wEEK
2'wMr. SEE \ ruse 1 The Friendly SpotIN Courteous Service appliance. Radio RENTAL5YUNTH CONVENIENtrs.

: I. L. DECKERDIXIE .j) HeaJquart-I Conveniently Located MARTIN COUNTY ALL

: era For Fishermen Post Office Arcade BLAIR and BAKE
i i B, E. SMITH, Own.r I Old DM tll.W.e
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I Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties CLEMENT'SRESTAURANT IDEAL I I I COMPLETEElectric --
StoreMeats and I
Refrigeration JOIN
Throughout Martin County --I

t ACREAGE1 1RANClIES Excellent Food I Frozen, GroceriesAnd Food Job Too Large Or STUART SAILFIS

Sewall'i Point Kiver-to-Rlver Propertiesand : I I Too Small
Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estates Site Phope 9154Partie. LENDING LIBRARY


L. C. CLEMENTSFEDERAL of 5 to Stuart I I'' Stu.rt N... p.,., rr S.I. I II Hobe Sound 3271

Real Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Insurance HI-WAY I PHONE 9131-J Nite Phone
I Ij I Bathing Beach $2 t I Stuart 185-J


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ooac ......1: IITVART NEW a. STUAR'r, Martin Coun,,,. nur.ru \, ''l'IIURSDAY, NAV. U, snail PAGE ELEVEN
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thPt I I5 SOCIAL NEWS ;;Stuart odot=1 u Mrs.Penn Horace Beck of Wyncote- Ruth Stevenson Mrs Lon Tyson I Dr an Mrs. H H Hipson spent i

''c11ore Mrs Fred Walton, Mrs John Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-

I Ot Ow:: :: O=====OQO MRS lULL ENTERTAINED:. Dumlck Mrs.. Allan Decker, Mrs day at the Whitehall in Palm
chITto' ocs. cmcir MET PRESBYTERIAN Gl'ILDMrs. Kenneth" btimmel, Mrs McLos- Beach, attending the State Dental 'I
i' Fred key, Mrs Frank Glass, Mrs
ROTARY CLUB .\\\OODA11N\ N lULL L. Hall entertainedthe Convention
P8aoNY Henry Kindred Miss Addle Lee

.;- r,( ; CHISHOLM'S.STUART... W.d..d.N.GRILL,1101M. 11,11I lar The meeting 0 ES Nov Circle 7 held at Woodman Its regu- I Thursday Presbyterian evening Choir at her OUlld home I Mrs Moore R,. V Mrs, Johnson, Robert, Mrs Wortham, Vernon,,i Mr and Mrs- .Arthur- F Hub- Southern Fried Chicken !

l ,.,<. FRED reudr"IJAMES STAFFORD, Hall Following the bus'ness' m Osceola Avenue Present were Chason and the Rev. and Mrs. bard returned Friday to Port 1

J PECRAM,, a... meeting plans were made for a'' Mrs. S. W.Traylor, Mrs. M o Wilfred O Aldrldge Sewall after spending the sum- i', 1

JI bazaar and games party' at Littman, Mis Charles A. CarrltlMis mer in Ipp City, Ohio
Woodman Hall Friday, Dec. 6. Ted Hut Mrs. Herbert Du- MR AND MRS GREENLEES -C- I Seafood Specials !

I The bazaar will open at 3 p m gan, Mrs Lester" Sheridan, Mrs GIVE CARD PARTY Mr. and Mrs D L William .
L. Hackett .inn I there vlll be plenty of home John M. Law, jr, Mrs. Arlo Stu- Mr and Mrs. Joe Oreenlees went to West Palm Beach Ftl- !
r Jbert made food trP< beautiful art, entertained with a card party .
( : /needlework Mrs.
: N .
Jackson Jr, day afternoon to take their little I
and TaxService and gift Items for sale. The Mrs. Clarence Saturday night at their home In i \
Walker I
Bookkeeping Miss
Mary Tropical Farms nephew, Benjle, who has e
I games party will be at 8 p, m. Shpckelford! Mrs. W C. Guests Included -
p o Box 1111 I Tickets, 50 cents There will be .nd Mn Douglas Hudgins.Armor. Mr and Mrs. John U. Men- been their houso guest, to his ,t j

Stuart, FloridaSTUART many lovely prizes Those present i.lnger, Mr. and Mrs Huber I )parents', Mr and Mrs B. H. Yel-.
Speedy and Mr. and Mrs Dan-
Included Mrs Peter :
Stce'! venous home
man Mn. Olive Cizek, Mrs. Clara I WITH MRS PITTMAN CLASS: MET iel Fagen. A prize for high score -
F. Ollson, Mrs. S. A. Marsh, Mrs I The Friendship Class of the was presented to Mrs. Fagen. Chief and Mrs F. Hlbbaid of I Seymour Gideon's InnAt I
I Flora Corbett, --C--
Mrs. William Olver Mrs, A.Mrs.M. Johns, Baptist meeting church held Its monthly Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Albracht Jacksonville, who are house
Oeorge Tuesday night at the returned Friday from guests of Mr. and Mrs Roy Barnett -
N CITY COMMISSION' McPherson, Mrs. H. E. Reddellen, home of the class Willough- I
teacher Mrs. by, Mich, bringing, their houseguest of St. Lucie :
Mrs. On/'In Caduell, Mrs. F. F. Andrew O Pittman on California as Boulevard are Jensen Beach .
81 Regular Meeting Maurer Mrs Oeorge L. Rowley, Avenue. A covered dish Mr. Ralph Restow of spending several days in Miami
supper Cleveland to spend the weekend .
Mrs. Elwell and Mrs. J W. Gil- I was served. Those -
8.00P.M.2nd present In addition
. : at Comango Villa, their home
z son to Mrs. Pittman Mrs. H. C Hicks has arrived I ;
and 4th were Mrs.
on Palm City Drive.
E. A. Lewis, Mrs. from Birmingham to spend the '
Ouy Boyd, Mrs. I ,
WEDNESDAYSStuart DR. AM MRS: \EILtUNHIEOV Norman Hayslip, Mrs. Marvin Mr. and Mrs.- winter with her husband's Announces the Opening of Our \
Hall Harry W Leonard -
City HOSTS Row ell. Mrs. Grant Leek, Mrs. arrived Sunday from La- mother, Mrs S. C. Hicks, of east!!
Dr. and Mis Howard W Neall Earl Hall Mrs.
Mary Hunter, Orange, Ill. to spend the winter Fourth Street. i
entertained at luncheon Wednesday Mrs. Herman Reltz, Jr., Mrs. Har-
'ublic Always Welcome at their with his sister, Mrs Tracy Mar
home /In PortSewall vev Homlar and Mrs. Vivian John W. stoeslert for NewYoik
Ouests TaYlor. ty'n. of Flamingo Drive, St. Lucie
were Mr and I
I City by plane ThUr
I Estates
-- I after spending a week at dPY'1 DiningRoom"Good
TtEVlGE GROUP HOLDS r.frs.. Beach Club with his father
I !S.ADIE II.in KINS DANCE Mr and Charles Fischer I B Stokes. '
NITE' The Teen-Age Group have" arrived from Genoa" N. Y '

IN PERSON NOV. 21St. Sadie Hawkins party Saturday gave a and are located on Camden Avenue S'arts Relief In 6 Seconds Food At It's Best" :

night at the Civic Center. A from All 6 usual *..'"'.
grand march, with all the group "
m Sadie Hawkins costumes pre- Mi ana Mrs. John P Rhodes < : !a M'5' ri

ceeded"" the dance Sheldonl'akt"l"s Of Revere, rv. have arrived to ,4 COLD""UAY" '..' Now Ready To Serve You i
orchestra furnished the spend ht season at thin'.' homeon t o'trA1tuTs' Olt LIQUID .
music Prizes
were awarded to
CI'I.nd' Avenue
'C.uaonr I
fit ANa Judy Arbogast as "Mammy Yo- -- ----.-_--- T.t..nty II dl.ct.d ___ I
' as Pappy
y Smokyh9ountainj Yokum" received first prize. LISTEN TO WITH REGULAR MEALS BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS,

Jaunita Baker" as "Daisy May" SUPPERS, AND SHORT ORDERS
Boys GirlsP-- and Jimmy Conrad as "Lll' Ab- 14JPctEvery

,, ner won second prize, with 7b
also :
JuGBaNDS representing "Daisy May" formerly Chef of the Hasty-Tasty Diner and St. Lucie Grill

and third "LIl'prize.Abner"Chaperones winning were the '" >b<
JIMMIE RIDDLE & HIS HARMONICA-al FORD RUSH, the Singing High Sheriff Mrs. Carl Roth Mr. and Mrs L. SERVED 8 A.M. TO 11:30: P.M. s

t10CTS All Former Stan ofThe D McElfresh Mrs. Bernard Till- ,:
man Mrs. F M Kramer and '

R GRAND OLE OPRYGIGANTIC ,I and sister Mi Miss and Mrs_Mamie Robert Symmoette Garner., Mon., Wed., Fri., c Open Sundays From 12 Noon Till 8:00: P. M. lifi lifi'I.


DULTS 75c CHILDREN under 12 year 25c and Mrs.Arthur Chappelka 9145 A. M.
dgr. entertained with dinner" Sunday
r NL x Reserved Seat 25c Tax Included night at their home on St. Lucie ui i

DOORS OPEN 7 P. M.-SHOW STARTS 8 P. M. I Crescent, Bessy Addition. Quests Will Be Opened To the Public Next '
I included Mr. and Mrs Conrad 'J j \
Show Ground at Ball\ Park Stuart I Albracht, Ralph Restow of r I

SCO N Wilson.Cleveland" and Dr. Talmadge! 1 tr, Zh.f, ANK P ARKER.t Wednesday Evening Nov. 20th t'

CON :MRS \RT1N HOSTESSES hue Awsre ns yr.nk
\T GARDEN BORUMrs 9r.o/yl/
epmon/l/ew0a I
INChop Charles Carrlel and Mrs
iracv Martyn were hostesses to ,,. Kos r0Wto
he Executive Board of the Oar + 9pet6p/ Iarolns.
rTLDv .' < en" Club Friday at the former it I wek o,McUk or 4 wflk Andes Be Given Away To Holder Of Lucky Number
home A business meeting oc- j carman'I'
< upled the morning hours. At'I i
twelve o'clock a covered dish I I i
luncheon was served. Present BELL BREAD
"ere Mrs Wlllaford Ransom KAY Gideon '
leach, Mrs J. E. Taylor, Mrs. I. IORRAINF BAKERS I
L. Decker Mrs. Howard. Neall,
Mrs. L. Ashby Arbogast, Mrs R. .
B. McCullough Mrs. CuttlsWhlt- ,.. ----
N+ ticar Mrs Harry Swinglehurst,
Mrs H, H. Thayer, Mrs. J Y
Harper Mrs G W. Conrad, Mrs.
v D L. Williams, Mrs E. C. Young, NEWPREMIUM !
and guests Mrs.Owen P Thompson -
Mrs. Carrie! mother and ,
Mrs H. E. Larsen. a 1 + ,

IDOl pe Army Ground Forces offers you MRS. UIIITICAR ENTERTAINS OIL /xT'i

'ANEW LIFE OUT THERELook Mrs Curtis Whlticar entertained .
the Wesley Guild of the
ax toward Korea end Japan I A thrilling new job and a Methodist Church Thursday
ww life-with Interesting work, ports, entertainment and night at her home In Port Bewail. eepsyourmolor
travel oppnrlunitiei be had for the asking by qualified, Mrs. Ed Flemming was co-host-
young men who volunteer for the lot l Cavalry, lilt Airborne, f
'ill, 7th, 2 till or 25th Infantry Divisions. ess Following a covered dish
nd datl business meeting was
Q hat an opportunity what job Training In one of supper a
dies, rack Culls will stand you In good. dead wherever you conducted proceeding the social =
!> a foreign language Learn the fascinating detail of hour. Those present were Mrs '
Military Government- vital to future peace and prosperity; Arthur Bowering, Mrs Hubert a .
149LFtSH Japan Islet of Fines" are but a sample of the altrae- Clements, Mrs. Bernard Hinson,
Born of an Army career In the Far East. The Army has Mrs. H. H. Hanson, Mrs Levi Here's a new Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil-an oil of Premium Grade ,

opened comfortable hotel,theaters swimming pools, tennis Johnson, Mrs. Ralph Chandlerand that not only lubricates safely but also keeps your motor clean as a whistle. a ; s' e e
dubs. golf courses baU parks, These-familiar haunts of her house guest, Mrs. W. E
Motor Oil contains two special chemicals developed -
re'ser tourists and many new developments-provide s Holder, Mrs. Clyde Pirtle, Mrs That's because new Opaline ... r o
broad choice of recreation to keep the motors of Army tanks and trucks clean and powerful even under"the 1'
Not .. -... ?
everyone can measure up to this job Only 3 yearwlistees toughest conditions. ........ '

tan/"Joy who the meet benefits prescribed/ of such physical a job.and High mental overseas standards pay REAL In your car, the new Opaline keeps down carbon, lacquer, sludge.J" f y I t

tin C n & .. food and lodging and a generous retirement plan make e and corrosive acids which steal your power when you use ordinary oil.*""" ; ,<, "'

YOur See future in the Army! Ground Forces too good. to miss! I -" '"" A clean motor is a more powerful motor. So have your Sinclair 1
Ige 1 your nearest Army Recruiting Officer for full details *-- -. s sS
:oil tl 'Hi*., to, ..JM.<. 0p( _" ,.Wmrrltn ., ,....." "Yol.! "l M. 4ri.li" 'I ICt hiA Dealer drain and flush your crankcase and refill it with the new Premium-/ ,
vEEE "''Ml, w.H.ll,"../. Mo,..f.._11 f........,.w,..r radl. ESTATE % Grade Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. .|L LSINCLAIR \,


III ADDITION/ Master Sergunt I.' ".*. 0.

......,.....-I to 'OaD, or Pint Swgcsnt f 16'.00 '19800 ...o..r.OH _! ,
Technical S.rg..nt 13).00 16200 Investments _
tOOGlHo, Staff Srgant H5.00 1)800
CLOTHES, Sera..nt. . 10000 12000

AiDcAL AND Corr.'First! .dan. .. .. 90.00 8000 10800. Sale and Martin Listings County Throughout B. D. FULTON Agent ,

"IH rAt 9000 ,_
CAM Privat 7)00 ,
Over,..s S.nrl.. I I........ 5.5I hYy 20'10'' TILTON PHONE 315 A,:
W. B. r t
cwt r Mir, Army I.rvealb. Nation and Minklnd In War sad 'Iao.U. DEALERSCHASON :

1 11 S. ARMY Krueger Building SERVICE STATION L. C. CAMERON r .....a;=! :>''u''iiie6" r i t\\
A 0000 JO. 'Oil yOU I 'r ':
PHONE 161 Stuart Florida Indiantown, Florida '';, '
Recruiting Office U. S. Army 158-M P. E. WARD STECE'S MARKET ,1t,4' ",, ',.:':..,.:' ',"

Comeau Building H''''' TNIIelt Home Phone Jensen Beach, Florida Jupiter, Florida8t ''G.o'': .,< 1 .',

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mmuMiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiiiumiiiiiiimii I club in Fort Pierce Wednesday and to get some of the blue fish Eastern Star members residing The coolness of floor and wall I I their use in tropical a;;
Editorial Desk ] tiles Is a factor which favors I tropical N
NEWS OF Proceeds will step up activitiesIn bass and trout In which Indian along the Drive who assist- I climates

ij LYRIC their branch of work. river abounds. Inclaently has ed In planning and serving the, Odds and EndsHarold ---.-..-- .- --.- ---:::::::-:-

I Indian River Drive Mrs. W. II. Lennard and Mrs. anyone sen a stray canoe? banquet for Warren S. Taylor of I wives AND MOTHERS Of DRINKING -

Viva Clark Roat of Walton were This canoe, brought from the Gainesville and J. O. Weeks of I MEN

I By VIVA CLARKiMiri'iiiiiutiiiiiitiiiiiin luncheon guests of Mr., Len- south seas by Commaner William Pahokee, past master and dis- Basso, Chicagoan, majorin MENALC0U0LISM

THEATRE I :/' ,'i. ,,iiiintitii, nard's son, George Sawyer Len- F. Finn, went adrift during trict deputy grand master of the the Canadian Arm), who pur- TmtW silt On* Wwk *f N.gIhIlMep'. .

WORKERS NEEDED FOR nard at the Rose Oarden Tea the high winds recently Florida F and A. M. lodge dur- chased the Stanley Hitching WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL,

room in Vero Beach Monday.Mr. HOME ROBBEDON their visit Friday, were Mr. WrlH for InfcmwtlwiC2BO ,
ing end of .
at the south Central AnniM
DR1'EEfforts '
Lennard who the .bu..
had spent DRIVE and Mrs. R. V. Ankeny Mrs. Roosevelt Bridge, is launching .Ra

;: THIS WEEKFRIDAYSATURDAY of the past month to week end with his parents, was Sheriff Brown's office reported Orris Nobles, Mrs Don Roman- the St. Lucie River Company,

leoiganlze the Sunday School of enroute to Titusville where he that the E. J. Dabbert homeon ello, Mrs. Helen Lowrie, Mrs Ed- expects to have some 20 small -

the St. Paula Episcopal churchof is employed.Mrs. the Drive was robbed between mund 8. Burn, Mrs. W. C Wil- boats for rent this season for COMMERCIAL and AERIAL

Walton for the winter season Maude Evans Stuart wasa 7 and 8 p. m Nov 5 when the son and Max Shanefleld. fishing and exploring the Jungle

have met with discouragementbecause visitor in the Harvey Merwln family was away. Among the Mrs. J. Dunfrey,Mrs.J. B. Oat- rivers above Stuart This Is Major PHOTOS
of lack of workers. home in Eden Thursday. loot taken was a diamond ring, lln, Mrs E. F. Linderman and Basso's second year here-and

BIG FEATURES All denominations are urgedto Now that winter tourists are a chip diamond lavaliere, lady's Mrs. J. Patterson, new residents the business venture Is a direct PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE

.. FEATURE NO. 1 Join In bringing the young- beginning to arrive, the spirit watch, string of pearls and of the Drive at Eldred, were en- outgrowth of his fishing pleasure SALE THAI

sters for an hour of religious of play has captured a number fountain pens, also a fruit cake tertained at a ladles' day lunch- waters last "Al-
In these year.
t training each Sunday New families of Drive residents as was eaten at the scene. eon at the Indian Hills Golf and thnugh I have fished Bimini and PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED

) I who have moved Into the glimpsed in the launching of the This Is the second home broken: Country club by Mrs. Frank Eng- Cat Cay," he said, "I found more

community are disappointed to neat little craft Net, by John Into recently. The other being' lar of Fort Pierce, real sport near Stuart." The TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP

find the lack of Interest in the Conway and John Roenbeck that of Mrs. Viva C. Roat In I CHILDREN'S HOME of V-bottom type, will

IiIK Sunday School for the children Saturday, The Net will go Into I Walton where articles of value NEEDS CONTRIBUTIONSMarcus enable boats, fishermen to go In much Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Unio,

oS/ A wide-awake Sunday service In service only for neighborhood fun. are now being missed. I C. (Daddy) Flagg, rougher water than the usual

which the young folks and child- _, __ u _..-......_-.. state superintendent of the flirt-bottomed skiff, and will be -
by the adults is
ren are Joined
Children's Home Society Is mak- suited to fishing outside in nor-

of paramount importance to the ing appeal for money, food andchildren's mal weather. Bob Barker will Radio or Appliance Troubles
welfare of the community.
t clothing. The society act as manager of the enterprise -

IN facing Immediate need of securing CALLBARTLETT-
Observing the birthday anniversary -
support for hundreds of
I of their son Donald, OPEN 11.45 P. M.-SHOW P.
F r Invited STARTS 12 M. helpless, homeless orphans and T L. Hausmann's prefabricated : BROS.FASTEFFIQENTRELIABL.
Mr and Mrs. E. R. Ensey
needy children in the five receiving house on display in the for
.w." unu NMO a number of friends to their -
homes at Jacksonville, has caused
SATURDAY NOV. Chevrolet garage
home in Walton for a "cootie" 16
FEATURE. : No. 2 party Friday evening Quests South Jacksonville, Miami,Lake- great Interest. This Is an attractive -
land and Pensacola, also In foster I small dwelling, and
;. WILD DILL IIUtTI were Mr and Mrs. Harold Glass
boarding homes over the the answer to SERVICE:
RED RYDER .nd Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleveland prove
of Fort Pierce, and the TWO BIG state. the homeless service man'sprayer.
Osceola Ave. Phone
The society will be thankful Stuart 20
Cleveland's house guest Nello
r. for large or small gifts of money,
'p. : Cluff of Phoenix Aria and Denver -
and food. Clothes of to -
wearables Two of the best arguments -
.'IFItr Col.; Richard Ollson Palm
1 IL ... all sizes are needed for children clean up the vacant lots of Stu-
u.lIc -s..w- City, Mrs. Edgar K. Martin Miss
r.CTU". --4.... from babies to 18 years old. art came "close to home" to us
Jessie Miller. Mrs Barbara Fer-
Horror Features
son. Miss Katherine Ensey. Wal- Money contributions shouldbe this past week In the form of a Rains Fancy ChickensEVERY

POPEYE CARTOON I sent to R V.Covlngton Treas- pair of small diamond backed
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Durant Fulton BIRD RAISED ON WIRE
"HOUSE TRICKS"SERIAL urer, 403 Consolidated Bldg., rattlesnakes. The first was kill-
and sons Benny and John Stuart -
Jacksonville. Other articles may ed by two colored men cleaninga Fresh Killed Daily
e be sent to of the above men- lot the street
any vacant across
CHAPTER NO. 3 O D Warner of New Haven, Milk Fed Tender and Juicy
tioned homes. and the seconda
"SECRET AGENT X9" Conn. has purchased 550 feet of from our "Follow the Crowd" to
Please look over your wardrobe few days later under the man-
river frontage near the White THRILLS-CHILLS
City road. The consideration was Things not being used will go tree In our back yard where

said to be around 9000. Mr. help cloth these unfortunate the kids swing. These were small RAINS POULTRY CO

Midnight ShowSAT. children. Too, high cost of liv- snakes about 18 Inches long,
Warner will construct winter
residence on the site. a "House of Horrors""Terror ing has pulled hard at the So- which indicates that some old 164 Flagler St. Phone 31

ciety's strings. No matter has eased into
purse "mama" rattler
., NOV. 16 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnstonof
Orlando were week end visit- how small, a cash donation will the downtown area and given

2 BIG HORROR be appreciated. birth to a passel of young. It may
of his Mr and Mrs
ors parents
to mention LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rent
be bad advertising
FEATURES Ruben T. Johnston in Walton. Mr. and Mrs Walter F. Coch-
By Night"ADDED thin sobering fact, but we feel Home with us.
Mrs. F. C Deverlcks who recently ran have arrived from their
DOORS OPEN duty bound to advise parents to
returned from her sum- summer home in Chester, Pa. L. FULFORD

Ilt45 P. M. mer home in Clarksburg, W Va.. CARTOON "MOUSE MENACE"Lyric end again taken up residence on warn their kids to stay and out of
lots by
weedy, overgrown cRE.'ala/
directed the Woman's club an-
the H. E. Child's property In An-
SHOW STARTS nual bazaar held at the Womans kona. all means to clean up all grassy, BUYING! SELLING RENTING:
weed-Infested areas where these
Theatre Mrs. D. W. Frye and sister, PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
L 12:00 P. M. deadly snakes can lurk undetected
Miss Eleanor Van Fosson, have Write P. O. Box No. 4

t FEATURE NO. 1 TUES. WED. arrived in Ankona from Pitts 31G North Colorado Avenue

NOV. 19 20 burgh. Mrs. Frye has been a win- Does a permit mean anythingto Phone 317
ter resident of the Drive manY. Stuart, Florida
M you? In these officialdom-,

rAtt years. ridden days the first thought
Mr and Mrs. H. McKechnle
naturally is that it Is a skip,
who have spent the greater partof
of authorizing you to
KIDS u the summer In travel through paper
build a house or otherwise, MODERN DRY CLEANINGAND
ALL Texas and Mexico and a stay at
sanctioning some Ood-glven
GROW UPS!! their residence In Falrmount W.
right; but a permit Is much
Va., have opened their Eldred
Is another '
to anglers.
o name for Oreat Pompano of
Commander and Mrs. B. F
Mexican Pompano rather rare
Y Reynolds, now stopping at Pine- GEORGE KEITH
ANDGROUJn around Stuart, but quite com-
) crest, have purchased 200 feet
with SILL GOODWIN I mon at Miami and In the

ROBIRT VIRGINIA LOWIRY GUY [Il @Ot? UPS/ of where river after frontage the Commander's in Ancona I, the Keys.American Francesca Museum La Monte of Na-of Martin County CleaneOpp.

retirement from the Army In
i MARTIN KOSLICK tural writes us that
I, : I -I & wN.I I four years, they will build a per- the society has finally recog- Citizens Bank Phone I
RONDO "' nized the permit as a game
Ut. 6unnvjd Mr. and Mrs. Edward Traub
04 C-Mtflft L"71 fish-now for world records -
lft' / open
Jt ;; from La Orange, 111. who leased
competition. .
the Saeger property in Ankona

4JadtJ{ jto .. and are making vast Improve- COMPLETE ,q I
FEATURE NO. 2 t H. Kurtz Henley, manager of
itY f ments, have been Joined by their special events for Eastern AirLines SERVICEFLIGHT 1
O OP daughters, Mrs. Jeanette Van visited the office last weekto FLYING I
Mertens and children, David and
tell us of a plan for the popu-
rve Mad.fiil *
Van Oeorge Sasso and
lar Flying Fisherman Club this 0
'' children, Dirk and Susan, also
RA7NRONE ::; THE GREATEST coming season. Mr Henley also MEN AND WOMEN
from La Orange. Mr. Sasso's 0R
gRUCE YALAN /WOO All-Family Show la anticipated this week.arrival made arrangements for bundles Private License to Airline Ratings

p ETER PRESENTED P They will become permanent of Fishing Ouldes to be shipped Expert Instructor*-New Equipment R
to Eastern Air Line offices which
Q- residents here. Mr. Traub has bring flying tourists to the Florida VETERANS' SCHOOL ,
? STARTS purchased considerable property East Coast.HUDGINS Private, Commert', Instructor, instrument, ,
TOMORROW! in and around this area. One Engine, Refresher Courses, Approved New C
MOwSRAYAFNEE ,_ property the Surf Side Plaza, BOAT CO. Opening Every Monday.

GODFAEYOENNIS 3BIGDAYS now under development, will be
( landscaped by Mr. Basso who is CHARTER SERVICE
+ locating here for that purpose. Anywhere-Nljht or

I 160 lots have already been sold Douglas Hudgins, formerly AIRCRAFT SERVICE
CARTOON"MOUSE n in this ocean-to-rlver SALES &:
t develop- with Hall's Electric, and a former -. Authorized Piper Cub Dealer-Accessorlei
MENACE"SUNDAY lftM tot.*_NwwMroAMFOX ment and more contracted for 1
Fort Lauderdale resident, Expert Engine, Aircraft, &; Radio Repairs
E. H. Tlllson, winter visitor
i is opening Hudgins Boat Co. on
from Napervllle 111., arrived last i
MONDAY (the north federal highway Just AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
week and Is Air, C
at the the
NOV. 17 18 NEWS'J Woolnough north of Lance Brothers Restaurant "Close-up" Photos of Your Property from
-- place In Ankona. u
where he will sell Ventnor,
Bourlaad| and Correct-Craft ,.

21 boats and also act as an agency 13dth9. : r', 'iin

rfll'DUCESIROIIUEESI A STATEMENT OF OUR for boat sales and listings In m, .;t.'I'
TWO BIG FEATURES connection with Charles & atDl

FEATURE NO. 1 Ever Made POLICYWHEN Roach broker., Fort Lauderdale boat EAST COAST AIR SERVICE In Ies

LandisIN Alabaster is used In the manufacture ERNIE GOLD 11 A
a = of modern dishes, lamp Gen. Mr, It1t
J shades and powder boxes.

c All-Family Show and You Hare rot

"It \
Shouldn'tHappen Insurance, It Ii A

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