The Stuart news


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The Stuart news
Uniform Title:
Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication:
Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date:
January 2, 1947
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weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
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Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
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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.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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'Prosperity Era to Continue Through 1947 Says. Babson JI

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if 1 lation: '!Trends' to Continue :Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiliiniiiiiiiiiii TRI UNANSWERED; LETTER! GOOD SEASON IS usllllllllllllllt AVOID THAT!::Nlllllllllillllllllililslli RUSH! Santa Was Good 'to Anglers I II SAFE-BREAKER


jays Noted U. S. EconomistNeW letter There ea are the 3M desk. unanswered.f Martin I i UNDERWAY IN 'Tax: CelleeUr L. C. KlcUlter I Round St. Lucie Inlet Shore CAUGHT C AFTER

county residents today! Each reported today that some t,004 I

.'Year Business SurveyBABSON'S letter offers an opportunity to i motorists In. Martin countyhave !, Andrew D. Berkey ,owner otj', meet, I
yet purchased 'J I
contribute SI towards the na.tloa' sew 1947 automobile licenses I the Key Club Chicago and Sunrise Mrs. ,A. S. Schreckenfost, of
I Inn Port Sewall. was awarded I; 5438 Columbus Street, Pittsburgh.1.1I
fight against the archenemy As Jan. IS 1s the deadline for -- '
foe toevery aStuart Sailfish Club release I Pa., fishing on Capt. Ray Young'sboat I Sat) ; i
a personal
Close to 400 Trailer Present tag purchases a terrific rash button Christmas for I ajf R tf New
the disease. ,: Day cap j "Spray" on Chclslrnai! DaY'I'II I
Urine -
person at Hoke'a Ocean at the court house office I III In turing1 and saUflsh landed Year Wrong Nabbed>>
tuberculosis.Miss releasing a a SO-pound dolphin,, { r j
Christmas i Breeie the offing unless many ear, I from E. W. Dutton'S "Easting 'I which was entered In the tourUs-', l-rAiti* e> Ver*-
Myrtle Dyer
Seal drive chairman reminded ewnen make earlier calls. Til. Other guest on the trip i meet, ,she 14 the mother of Torn i iSchreckengost
that the million of dollar Trailer camps In Martin county To date toe tags have been were General George1. Gibbs,JI'I Stuart recreation Sammy Roberts, 32 Fernan- 1''

I AUTHENTIC; STATEMENT which have been tamed In for' are enjoying their finest sea- sold the collector reported, I Arthur Llllyblad and James:], director. His father and a dlna negro, started the New,Yel\\
which Is Just 1,000 abort at the
Christmas seals. hare saved and ion In year. with some 100 more Jut | Foresman, younger brother Sam, were alma wrong'at >J> a. m' Wednesday
total for this date
trailers at Bokt's Ooean Brees year I
Other jrecenl release .button] en the trip-and the party accounted *
Copyright 1946 Publishers FinancIal restored million ef lives. Only It dont like U stand inline alien he broke a window In the
eoa&rlbatloDl'' Park, Jensen Beach.thls year yoi award were won by Dave Magi- for 200 pounds of KUig
Bureau, Inc. with eonUnued than last-and an Increase of 40 shop early .and avoid the doff 12 Rand Place; Lawrence; mackerel.W. Cast Coast Lumber It Supply Co.
ef and
tan rehabilitation the work continue.research at Stuart Auto Camp. rush. ,I Long Island, Max Platt, 334 I A. Palmer of Jensen Beach! "flies here, openei A, the safe. and

'aee,6rr Start the New Year right .... Ocean Breeie Park operated by L.11111111111111111114.'I 11111111 111 111 llllllt1111IAST Church Street Woodmere Long !, fishing with Capt. A. A. \Vt>lU- slipped out with about $V. "1Q,%,
1947 IN A NUTSHELL H. K. Hoke and son, Richard 4 the boat and locked boX.
Clear desk of those unanswered I Island and Sidney Welllns ; car on "Oannet, land- cash a strong
BUSINESS To reach higher level than recorded yew letters. Mall your and Eugene ha added several RITES FOR (| Rose street Cedarhurst, Long I ed and entered In the tourney a Sheriff O. M. Hancock got tin l

in 1M check, or dollar bill, today to acres of new trailer space Island; fishing with Jack Whitl- 61-pound amberjack on Christ Sammy's trail! early Wednesday, i, .
COMMODITIES Opposing trend a and now ha a small city in eta car 'on the- oat "Hobo." mas Day discovered: the pried-open strongbox I''
the Martin County TB and
LABOR i 'Some basic problem* to bo solved. Health .....latlon. The past trailer eet-up, with. some 400 of J J.B.SHELTON.60HELD. Mldsh5rl 1 n A. N. Hall of 6254 I". A. Beaujeau of 12 West Tay In Fort Pierce colored town

REAL. ESTATE' Continued good demand for. mod week brought In fUlt&bring. the houses on wheels and an Bancroft jr.l 1 I. U S. Naval Academy Street Savannah O*. flsh- I and traced Robert \U) Vero '
ern suburban hornet. estimated population of 1,200 Annapolis landed an HV, Beach where he was arrested i
POUTICSi Increased foreign trouble. lag the drive total to $966.55III winter guest, SATURDAY pound snook on rod .and reel at | tug with Capt. Ford Carter on\*t 3 p. m. Wednesday by Deputy 1

STOCKS To work higher IIulII11111I1111IIIllllllltlu1111111111i11112NEWHOMES ''''We had more trailer in November iSt Lucle Inlet and entered the i[ the "Buckaroo," entered a., 27I Sheriff link Silsby of Indian C

BONDS Firmness temporary.By this year than during 'tflsh I in-the Sailfish Club tournaHollywood I pound coils River county at 'Gilford. honor (
said ------ ------- - town. t ''
2 last year' peak", Mr. Hoke Salerno Fish Dealer Is Victim: ------1 colored y

Roger W, Babson today. of. Heart Attack i I Kiwanis Club Ten dollar was recovered. The ,1
Stuart Auto Camp operatedby to strong box happened to be empty =:
1. One Thursday Night
great event of 1947 will be
a beginning of a Is in Matrin j
A. S. Blair and Bob Baker ha Sammy now
nail ovement interior of population cities, unless from definite the big coastal cities to the STARTEDJERE $Just completed creation of additional Last rite James Banks Give Program Here Friday county jail, awaiting trial in' cir -.

mid disarmament steps are taken for trailer space and bath Shelton. 80, were conducted cult court.
house and reports that nearly Saturday morning ai'the graveside -' I \

GENERAL BUSINESS Young Building Two Resi all- the new space U "occupied In the Salerno cemetery with Officials of the Hollywood club The retiring president, Qeorge FlVE40LDTAN
2. A year /ago the U. S. Babsonchart registered 130. fences For Dehonon sine made ready little more thana the Rev Phil Maxwell Baptist will\ present the program and Keith who pushed the Stuart iF !D ;

oday I it is estimated at 160. The Canadian Babonchart 4th St. week ago. Some 70 trailer. pastor of Stuart, officiating. conduct the installation ceremony I club up to number one, place in 1

'gistered 190 a year ago. Today It is estimated at 2 4.omctimes. housing\ more than 200 person John Funeral Home was in, at the annual Ladles' the slate, U general chairmanof "

during 194? these Charta will register higher Two newt'homes were started are at the camp. charge. : Night of the Stuart club at 0:30: this week's event and will preside I SINCE 1 1940 .IS I
gurcs. auspiciously on New Tear's Day Shelton had been a resident
p. ro. Friday at the Stuart Wo- at the banquet. He la urging -
3. Recon ;enlion of Industry from war to peace has by Herb Young, contractor, for ERNEST DAVIS TO ot Salerno for 34 yean, having' mans club. The visiting dignitaries all members to make reservations '

completed! although the great government surpluses( Arthur Dehon on lots on Fourth SING AT CHURCH moved there from his native and their wives will be guests with Secretary It H- REPORTED HERE II'II't.rm t

ax* not yet l been disposed of, 'leaving much. more to be Street opposite Fourt Street Park. home In outhrle, Ky. He pur- of Past President Bill King, at Thayer, who has tickets for s Ale.
ld in 1947, One residence will be M by 25 Ernest Davis who sang to chased acreage from the first the Pelican hotel. New officers. to be Installed Include

4. Inventories quoted both at their price values and feet, Iri dimension and will con- grand opera at Boston, Chicago developers. of the Salerno area I I The visitors will include Nell Lon Tyson, president; Phil, Revenue Increase II I '

\'olumea.-wJIIlncrease during 1947. Both raw mater- tain three bedroom, while the and London, will sing "Come Now and cultivated a farm and grove r Knudsen, past district governorof Maxwell vice president; H. g'l Greatest, Demand forTractoromes
I piles and manufactured goods will be in greater supply other will be 41 by 3.} feet in and Let Us Reason Together" by for seven year before returning Michigan; C,:P. Hammersteln, Thayer secretary-treasurer who ; :

i 1947 dimension, with two bedrooms. Stebblns at the Presbyterian to kentucky for a threeyearstay I past lieutenant governor of Hollywood will be assisted by a board of Qi- (' ,

COMMODITY PRICES Harry Olancoff and Nathan service in the Woman's Club a!$ He moved again to Salerno /and S. S. Holland presides rectors' of eight men Including: Increasing their annual'gross : :"
G. Some rationing and priorities may 'continue Into Schonberger are completing two 11 O'clock Sunday mornlM. 4 and opened a commercial fish \of the Hollywood club the' retiring president ; Income more than fivefold |n I.
9471-1 but both will rapidly be Government new concrete block residence in Dr. Charles Carriers": sermon i6usearhicb;! he ha* operated for -L__: ----------/o, comparison with 1940, as reported .
ffuUtions'wilt-gradually be lessened.! World War II will the Hess e1.Addition.. Kvbject will be "The Bridge 'of H yean, building up one of the FOUR GET AID I by the S. Bureau ot Den t F'sus '

fficlally be ended. Sigh Between the Prison aid largest'fish businesses In the 1 1,200; GATHERED I nU'c farm' laittK G
8. The retail prices of most manufactured products BLOlpOSMA I the Palace. !f** county.: His son. Douglas, who Payments of unemployment lies last year produced crop and f j 1 I

111 be higher sometimes during 1947 than at present. The ha been associated with him, compensation In. Martin county livestock with the record value .

rites of some of the food products may decline. STATES ATTORNEY Ta.. will continue to operate .the busi FOR F R YULE TREE during the week ending Dec. 21! of more than $1,723,000. 1

7. The unit sales of some department stores will begin CONDUCTS HEARING ness. amounted to J58 and were made huge Increase In farm !'j1''j1'Th1a !!;

r decline-jomt time during 1947; but the sales of food RECEIVED BY States Attorney Murray Over- Atlhough Mr. Shelton was to four persons one corn and I revenue has already created r

nd variety chains may continue at peak figures street ot-Klasl mee will conduct known to have a heal'\ condi- 'AT CIVIC CENTER three women Carl B. Smith i I I heavy demand for general -tarra 1 1

8. The"j'ft'at' question mark of 1947 will be how laborto preliminary hearing there this. tion, he had not been seriously Chairman of the FlorId Industrial Improvements and for home re- '

behaVe. Higher wage rates and less production per. LOCALRJDCROSS afternoon of cases filed for the 1U and Ms death from a heart Commission! reported. modeling. 1
attack while working at his desk, Throughout the state I
an InvUably.mean! higher prices. January term of circuity-court of, Community Event One of pay < Many farm improvements were .
i FARM OUTLOOK the tth Judicial district. Thursday night, was a shock to Most Successful Ever menta amounted to $56,63950 and made 'even during the war. Since \
9.. Pending weather upset more bushels of corn and The Martin County Red Cross his family and friends., were made to 3,710 of whom 2,* 1940 tot'' example, the number \,
Judge A. Kanner will sound Mrs.1 Staged
heat and of some other products will be raised In 194'1'han chapter has received from the O. His survivor are his wife, 293 were men and 1,417 women. of farm homes reporting flectrl-j
the docket Jan. 14. Thad Carlton : -
eVer State Board of Health Blood Maude Shelton; four sons James lights here has increased (ItorJ f
before in history. Although some prices may An estimated Martin
our 1.200
of fort Pierce assistant to l
-' fiasma for Martin County hospital B., ]Ir,George Morris Harvey and demand sill,
to tor
tide 32 128.Heavy
off the
total farm income for 1947 should hold up Overstreet will act as prosecut County children and their par SENATOR CRARY
all'of Salerno Iwo '
and the doctor of the Douglas : has resulted
airly well. in 1947. i'1
But farmers should diversify more tog attorney. ent welcomed Santa Claus last
County, daughters Mrs. Sybil Robinsonof I II i I Farmers In the county today. I
fruits fish
10.'There should be an increase in certain Tuesday afternoon as he arrivedat
roduction and vegetables with// a decline in\ .prices. The This plasma was donated toIte FARMERS! Fort Lauderdale Whltlock and Mrs. Elisabeth the huge Christmas tree in SPEAKSTOCLUBj have 70 more tractors. than In L*
of West
cited States will have more to eat In 1947 than in 1946 t Armed Force and at the front of the Civic Center. The 11940, according to the Bureaqof
'robably 10'X over.the prewar level; eld of hostilities there wad a Martin county farmers are Beach and seven grandchildren. city recreation department aid- II I- Census and that the number ;
quantity left unused In every urgently requested to sign application Pallbearer were Emory De- of truck bn farms has likewise a
IL'Dairy and poultry products will continue to In- ed by such civic! organisations as Kiwanis Told of ')I I
county where there 1* no well for under Loach Owen Quigley Theodore County
payments Increased substantially These
rease In volume with -no increase in price; but fats sugar WU- the Boy scouts Girl,Scouts Women' Finances by Board' ,
Conservation Metsger. Ante Stuart $ f. I
organised health department the the Agricultural
facts not indicate the 1m-
nd short. i
some /canned goods will continue *.Club, Kiwanis Rotary and Attorney .v
Red Cross Chapters are the distributing Association for all soil Improvements bar and Henry Hinton. portance of the local farm >
12. Farmers will start in 1947 to work to' extend; Jaycees, sponsored the community -- i
. 'gustation' 01their parity program due to fear of a cpl-lapse agent. pasture Improvement VETS DID IT AGAIN! project, one of the most successful 'Service' are now being rendered I market but also make it ono I
.ft |R to be administered by the and,other practices applicable, which no businessman manuI I
4q farm prices. Martin county'veteran* again ever staged here. .
the public; by Martin
doctor and no charge will be under this conservation i
program facturer can afford to rIOOk.I
TAXES made for the plasma. Howeverthe These form are available won the grid laurela,-deteatlnc Rev. C.;A. Carriel gave the In. county that were never dream 5d: ;
194T and the Melbourne vets, there, Christmas 'and Rev Phil Maxwell "
Taxes will not be increased during ; doctor tan. U he see fit, at the county agent's office vqcatlon ot 25 years ago. Senator Evanj: UNIFORMS
here should be 'further reductions., More nuisance taxes make small eve with a .-0 score, chalk. delivered an Inspirational Christmas Crary told Stuart. Klwanlans atFriday's NEW BAND '
for administering
a charge on the ground floor of the ARRIVED TUESDAY
lay be eliminated altogether. hog up the 10th consecutive victory message The large crowd luncheon. I '
14,The Federal Debt will be decreased during1947: same Oughterson Building. to retain an untarnished Joined In singing Christmas The Board' attorney analyzed New uniforms for the hlt.)|

'nd the Federal Budget may be balanced by June 30, 1948. record for 1948.:; carols lender the direction of the new year' budget'as com I hand arrived Tuesday,'jusl a'few-
1947 Career 'of Babson Author Although ,many regular were Kenneth StlmmeU with MI0 i hours too late for distributionand
15 The cost of living will continue to rise during oToday's pared to the expenditures for
Spa largely to the lack, of interest in their work by so many out of the rank*.because of extra Phyllis Constance playing theorgan. last year, pointing-out the \Un and \lon for use In |thit. e
business houre- for the holiday Orange Bowl Wednesday However -Ic
'age-workers.' 'Santa Claus brought provements which would com
16. Providing lobs for returning soldiers at atlllfact Financial 1 Survey season the local pig-skin tossenpMt candy and fruit for the more from slight Increases In taxation. an will be In readiness for

t tOre Vages' will be a' big political task of 1947. There pver a bang-up game for the than SOD children waiting to He named the service of the the state! contest and numerous r '

should\ ;be jobs lr.all but not at the'wages desired. has underprivileged children's benefit greet him. agricultural and home dtnOQstratlon -I other public appearaneet 'sche. 1 c
American business no more and his research work la carried and duled for the winter
of the neighboring his
Later Santa Claus and sessorl.
; RETAILSALES agents a* new e'rVlcl4 .
Inspiring personality than Roger on by a large staff of workers,, ; -'- !
17. Tbs-total.volume of all retail sales will be abouttho'8ame W. Babson. internationallyknown V I I' Mr. Baboon founded Babson received high praise of the fans party of'' local helpers went to recalled the addition and remodeling 1,1,
who followed\ the team up the another Christmas tree in color THE WEATHER
as 'in 1946.,Poor quality a-oodlwl11, suffer, but business,, commentatorand Institute for men;; and. In cooperation of the jail; cited a $2- .
many Items now available will' )be purchased. Investment adviser\ whose1947 with Mrs. Baboon developed coast ed town where he had candy 000 Item for fin control which roe nt. M.oar." M mw'Ised 4 't'.
18; The. total dollar value of all retail sales should and fruit for more {hap IDa Include the new county fire I,.. MR 11, a, weCe,, IWrm..; eCllr
forecast appear In to4ay'snews. 1 I Webber College for women DEMONSTRATION FOR n.ll' 011....... ,
xceed 1944 .with'an increased'' demand for woolen' and An outstanding feature of both nationally known PLANNED youngster' there.AMERICAN truck for rural and woods tire! ; I Rw 'e
Cotton textiles. : HOMEMAKERS gave figure on the"purchase of : -r:.''''' : : '
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hIs philosophy baa been his lifelong Institutions. Here young men and meeting
Jan IS at J m, a Joint Ma.fl
meatsclothing p. LEGION TO
continued demand for lands fqr'the airport and a new
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a insistence on the'.Importance women concentrate In ..
especially may more of Miss Lucille Inscoe, home : ':
and for shirts and underwear. I GIVE VETERANS' DINNER maintenance fee which will benecessary I U...1. ,RS aae
of religion jn business: the fundamental and lea on the
demonstration agent; Mrs A. O. vetertinswill IT ...
,20. Wise sappers/? will buy only what they need and Sort in 1879, reared In an old- frill of bu \\neu. Red Cross chairman of All Martin County sin"e'the.eouptir, took boooo II .s.'e. '
not grab not absolutely required. Plttman; be guest Harold Johns over ownership pf Wltham field,' ..I" Itto
to'stock-up on gods hard ;
fashioned' atmosphere of Mr. Babson' latest venture 1A- nutrition and all housewives of I.
I. of the American at
past Legion
and called
FOREIGN TRADR' work. and hustle on a farm;\ in W the field ot education .is the Martin will be held at the attention\ to support .
3 1,The United States will own over 60% of the world Gloucester Mr Babson went to incorporation"of UTOPIA COL- county a dinner: te .. given. at the the hospital from a welfare fund 'bNCHU -
Civic Center to make plans for adomoastraioa Cine Center Jaa. II aeoord.., which .
ehiPPim trade will Increase. Includes poor relief; and AmNrAtl '
J .and J foreign the MasiachtuetU Institute of ,uns in Kansas This College to be by '
.. .4a continue our) jartfcjrrf, maldnafore I. Technology. Upon graduating will be directed especially to given lug to plans made at the Le- other such items ... .. .. ....... f
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Miss Inscoe. Ilea meeting Friday night at ::: : .,,. ....., :::
loans, borrower will ww.ta spend ., fair Utt, h..turned instinctively\ to adult' and will help parents Intelligently Mlai Inseo will tell about canning Road building in. the eounty 'ry
pro", ... In JUeMa.tit. thr Center Complimentary'ticket will call'for the greatest untie\
financial and business activities.His \ advise" youngpeople.
i 1I ItIIh'.ph sad au.r.wlll, keenly and show a moving; picture for the, affair will be expenditure of tax money In
: exertion\ however undermined I To million of newspaper read- \ THE TIDES -
to be accomplished.
of work
and sailed to each veteran, la the 1947, \the senator
iMfi but cartels staled with
ompfor tbrlglk. t Ma health; he contracted ep, Mr. Bftbson \Is beat known byMs.faiatHa Every' housekeeper in Martin .
4ov -sp4M '" -, tsjbeveaJoalr/ ) and' he was sent 1 county.; (ComtMemd 0. page Sill 'i
'continue thwho ; weekly stories on county i U urged to attend, that .. ....
Nio :., West ".* good a* dead'q'It! wa i buaiM< wlkteh appear In, paper abe nay be bettor able to care V; SAILFISH CLUB NOTICE soul ref bw ;.Mt ,<.. MI iwik
ce ..... truly waste h* wa fcbiwaUeetaf Iron 'In every Matt In the Vnlen. Of for her. f amity..' : IrWw: :: .. I'I 1..11', A y
'1jb .....t-1, ; to stop further this. dread malady that ha wortr unbounded e sere Roger W' All charter boat 'captain who art' members ot Stuart safwd.., rdhG rid a be., eR
I .. ed out Sums of the poaetMlrtte\ Baton baa Pfe.... done more BUILTHNe NMOTSDee. Sallfiah Club or1 desire to affiliate-are requested to attenda ::.*"M (M kick' u* I Imrt M l lo.t ,1

\ 'I..A.IOa and preMems Ot pwtnes4 itaUlatkca. U\ a' other, nan Uj, brinitastotais Ifr-W. Q.: Bid ,12 x M special meting of the Board of Directors at 8 p.jro. Fri. H. .WV f. V t.}
.... apt 's sifitltsM and onehaltd .' IJ any concrete Meek ajen reinforced day, Jan :9, at Martin county for the purposeof 4..s. .Acre. .UI. "'I.bAol" .

.. "" .. "" elr i IU .b. notd :' That was here than forij years ( ._Btt to......a steader concrete, paper roof' ; vDee. setting due for 1947, and general discussion: of the I... II II''....... "lj .,l'eis Aeae' j

.. .'Today his weekly statistical ,vtaton fa niiiiriaaejun. and to .. 1J.. Theeapson, (ram*i tournament. '. ,' I."," .( '. ..... I t"h... ..,

vP, aM ............. .. rtlattby lMMMac: .**) of .btlMMst-M x paler roof,] a. STUARt .SAILFISH'''CLUB'' I...'''5&5&d: .',..... .. ,l6"It

'd; Jt.' tbeeaallda ot 1MSRSMaSfnen. tew. saatsnat;, eyeletm ''I_ Nock aMhg; j .! .,.. e 'tt"'. By Harry Dyer, president' ,I''t s+e4' I'M'. ',l4" ',. ,......" 1

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1, tillMBFRS' ENJtKTilN !\ T GREET


Mr and Mrs Ted Chambers | Methodist gathered at the.

"wore at home to friend Christmas Church ,New Yean e efor a

eve at theft home on luplt watch night I service An hour of
<<,r Island The rooms 'were tames and entertainment fromIt I

beautifully decorated In the until 11 was followed by areligious I '

holiday motif. service. At midnight those : d .: !< "
1f ?
On Christmas ,day the Chamb present Joined hands In fellowship ,

*'rs had as their dinner guests circle and united. In singIng '

Mrs. Catherine Stott and daugh- "Auld Lang Syne* I ..
ti'r. Betty Jane. of( Kobe Sound; : ::I"t .

Miss Marion Stevens of Jupiter BAPTIST HAVE: WATCH ,i 1 : .
Wand; Mrs Anna Smith .o( NIGHT SERVICE ; r.,, '" I'' ". ''N '

Miami; Mr.and Mn James Love- I The Baptist church was open MAKE 1947 I

lore and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hal- New Year eve for a watch night,

bach of Vero Beafh, service under the sponsorship of
the Baptist Training Union.i *

BAPTIST HOLD STUDENT There were games and entertainment -!

MGIIT CHRISTMASSunday i from 8 until 11 and aninspiring !
night was "StudentNlghtAtChrlstmas" dedication service end.'

at the Baptist lug a' midnight 4 .
church. This it an annual
unday event, after Christmas, HOLIDAYS BRING I
service and Is Observed In Bap- I FAMILY TOGETHER
tst; churches! throughout the
For the first time 1n three
south With Donald Burroughs'' years. all the members of the i i'I
u director of the Jack i'I I /
program \ .
family of Mr. and Mrs. Robert, ;
Bogies\ was music leader and Peck were at their troPical' ,,,. ,, UJLiJ// .
I" "
Joan Parker was at the piano.c I i I \ : i"II'I'U' -
t I ,
Farms home Christmas :
on day 4
scripture reading was by Bob i I \ \
\ ;
Dinner Was served to Mr and :
() :.
S Harrell and Paul Thomas: eve- I "
Mrs Ed. Davis and son Richard; f'
; nlng prayer by Margaret Parker; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and \ : "
V. and special music by Joan Combs children ,Robert Doris, Wilma ..

tri aid I. the Patsy. Rev.Sullivan Phil Maxwell The .minis led a I Saks and Jean and:children Mr. and Caren Mrs Maurice Sharon ." .' : FARMERS KNOW THAT NO GOO /ARM WJ STAND UP AND/KEEP/ ; :,: r >' ., _

,panel round> consisted table discussion of Emerson Kramer The- Palm. and Beach Marlene: Mrs.: Ethel all of Stacy West, x''Ntt', ''- PRODUCING UNLESS THEY RETURN TO THE'SOIL EACH YEAR A OR.f;; ,,1VTION i : .

it-pre&ntlntf. ,!Eallne tnmer high Mary schol Huff students : Miami; Mr. and Mrs. PaUl Mathis ., : OF WHAT IS'.TAKEN;OUT( E&NDS MUST BE FERTILIZED!COVER\,. .,. !' '
't and son Claude. of Vero Beach; '
a' ; Jerry Thomas. Peggy 11- '. '' ,
< Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Stlmmell ; ;*t'
'met, Bob Knowles. Jeanette : CROPS SOWN. \ .
and daughter Florence, R. J.
Rudd Margaret Parker college ;
Peck and Miss Margaret Peck ;: .. .
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students: and Ms L Harrel : ;

I i 'IrpN'lIf'nUnJl'[ 1ie 'graduates : STl DENTS. LEAD ", .,..... Good Farming Depends ,on Putting Back Part of What It Taken Out ,' ., ,", .
My Outstanding Spiritual Ext \
benefice In College" was the subject -,METHODISTSunday ", ar" 1
was Student Recognition ; -,
of a talk by Jim Barrel!. and :. ,
t Day at the Methodist \ \ : 't ': "
"< the Rev Maxwell closed tht'St'rv. 'l"
church. and vacationing student /
ice with talk "Maximum "
a on
Christianity;; I wennjn charge of the evening BUSINESSMEN KNOW THAT NO BUSINESS WILL I 'GROW AND PROSPER .

service. The young people choir, .' '< *r

Louise preen, Betty Lou

.. UIKISTMtS The American PARTY Legion Auxiliary Matneswr. and Carol Smith rendered OF 'BETTER STOCK: PROGRESSIVE, AND MODERNI'I:: 'IWJ'; .

: special music, with Betty IMPROVEMENTS .
: nnnual Christmas party was held :
Lou Ma heson singing "TheLord's ,' ri' ,
,i.t the home of Mrs. Kate Raul |I 'I \ ZATION :
Prayer". Scripture read
(rson at Palm CRy Present were I I i
: Mrs. Vera Homan, Mrs J. P. Will I II Irg was by Carol Smith and evening I" "r 1' < i\\ ,_
j bar Mrs James Stockley Mrs i|I j prayer by Minnie Louise' \ ; Good Business : "*' '* j '
I .: Creen A panel made up of Ellen. j :. {at Depends on Putting Back Part of What Is ,Taken Out. I
Blanche Lowery Mrs. Laura I
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Roebuck Marjorie Tucker, JLur- .
Blake Mrs. Viola Mathers and 1 .
line Greene, Buddy Well, and '
Mrs Raulerson Refreshments I I )
Wayne Wells,led by Kindred -.
Henry .
wets served and gifts exchanged. ; \ ,
I .
discussed the 'HOW
The Auxiliary recently held a :

t course/ of Instruction for Sylvester Jesus His Birth I Has;Changed His Death Our; The Lives World By j I i +4ss j CITIZENS 9f PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITIES KNOW THAT ..' ':THEIR, :: ,\ 4 i\i'i.: : .
Clark colored: unit at Stuart """" -
f Training school where refreshments I Today; In Our Personal Lives.Robert "-.I; P : TOWNS WILL NOT GROW, UNLESS PART OF THE GENERAL INCOMEIS', "i; l r.. -

were nerved by the colored Ushers for the service werf +.,r7, ,

unit .I. Greene W. A.and Smith Charles played Coutant.the:I IMrs. :., SPENT ENCOURAGING' NEW BUSINESS THE TOURIST TRADE; AND, DEVELOPING "" :, .: \,,\',,.;\ ; :
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HARRIS LOWERYS HAVE I,organ. ::1 i ;I t FARMING AND AGRICULTURE. .::.. ', ;A j,; ;Ei.\.\",',

Harris .
Mr. and Mrs. Lowery '

I sr, had all their family for AT CIVIC TENTER ;' A Growing Martin County Depends Back Into \
: Christmas dinner Including Mr New Year Eve found 135 teenagers ( on Patting! The Chamber...of'f' :; .'

I dancing at the Civic Center { coerce Part of What IS Taken Out by All Business Firms in the > eMv '" "
and Mrs: Glenn DeBerry and son, Area !I :, / ;J J; !yn.t; .; "1'1' I"" ." "
The Jute-box\ ,; "
: party" was .
: TJaVld. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Low. > t .I" -if ,' \\10 ," ; 'I'\\'''., "

I : fry, Jr, and children Harris, lit sponsored department by, with the city director recreation Tom' I'C <:' I. : \ '" ," t'I>,t-:' tN.;. '

., find' Gay and Mr. and Mrs Cossa-I I ''J. ; h'f(' .t./ :.,:

Charles Roberts of Atlanta. Schreckengost boon hosts.DANIEL and Pop ,: '" :,' \'.,' J ,' '" \.. "tl! !.>" .,;' '
--- .as j \ 1' ;''I 'J ,' '1.'I.' i i"J1" -
+ : "lli; 1.It.I": +" I.J.. i i'; ";rIJ 4 : '..'.W" ,1': '
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CHRISTMAS CHEER ""I.t .I f r.4 "" 7lJj/$ { .- 3( r' '
I FAGENS I ,. ; 'jl, : &FREAD BY BESS I iY'lt \ i: ; ;- ,:: >l'' t, 'J"
CHRISTMAS HOSTSMr i I :, ;1" ',.,, ,
Mr and Mrs Carl Bess spread "
: and Mrs. Daniel W Fagen It\\ t.I I} ,
Christmas cheer throughout the entertained members of their i :,
last week, cooperating ;:
> family at a Christmas: dinner at :
with the Red Cross;welfare nurses ; ;
: (kId Ministerial as&oclaUon In the Pitchford: -Apartments.Guests : :__
were Mrs M. E. Erwin of Fort :
that for ;
seeing no person was Lauderdale Mrs. Blanche MHays .I SUPPORT V ,; :. .
Hottn Christmas
on day. \ "f
of New York City, Captain i '," ,
The agencies furnished the : '... .: .
Hope Fagen of Miami Mr. and ,' ,;. .. "VI.' .
names of M less fortunate and .
lonely people who were guests Beach Mrs Philip, Mr S.and Fagen-Mr r-Albert of Jensen L'' -;" ',' .; /'i." AJ.f\I"1n;; \ ', .:,:''t.. j

for Christmas dinner at the Bess "
I Hackett and children. Agnes
VICtory cafe: Turkey dinner was : '<
the 18 the Ann and Phillip '
taken prisoners In i

counM andy and Jail -frjilt along with smokes MISS NEW YEAR'S ALBRACHT PARTY HAS I I MARTIN COUNTYCHAMBER : : .

AI Mathew and his staff of
Miss Ida Albracht entertained ,
the Best Hardware store turned
New Year's eve with a dinner-
tome 60 unsold toys over to SantaGlaus
bridge st-her home on St. Lucie I
for'la minute dlstribu
Crescent. Quests were Mr. and '
(Ion stopping at every home
p Mrs Conrad Albracht Mr. and
where It was reported the stockings
Mrs Archie Kldd Mr and Mrs, '
would be far from filled on OF
morning Arthur Chappelka, Mr and Mrs:i
:1 ijChrlstmas Emil' Svllokos and Clyde Chap

: CARRIELS AT HOME pelka High score prize went I
tn Mrs Conrad Albracht and
:JNFW YEARS PAY Arthur Chappelka.
Continuing a custom.20 years .
Dr, and Mrs, C A Carrtel! re-. --
I celved friende'on New Year afternoon IN
at their home on Hlbls"eu :
of the outstanding meetings
.Road Presiding at the beau. 4
of the year was held on
tlfully appointed tea table wereMrs.
", Ray Trimmer, Mra C. M. Thursday evening In the Eastern 'v'J' ,, ) '
< :
Star at Woodman HaJlwhn 'J.. : ,
room Y "t.
Walker, Mrs Oliver Bennett r .
Worthy Matron Lena tn <1:+ \ i'Wr.t: 1 1J}
Mrs. Michael LIttman. Others ,' ", ,.1\,.1IJt'1".\ .' '1"iI\r. .,
had the honor of Initiatingher .1. .
were Dbr mer ., ;' 'I\<
i assisting Mrs Arthur }..t f' :
daughter, Ulmer and : :
; -
". hon Mrs. Price Tench. Mri Howard ,, .' ;
Minnie Louise Oreen, daughterOf ,1 .
Lee, Mr, C. Av Lees, Mn I ; ,

I Harry Lyons Miss Mary Cole- Mn H. J, Oreene,work Into the ... .' ;I ''ti:.' ,
The Initiatory was
man and Mrs. Carrleli sister, order I. : ,l;:.
in i"
exemplified a splendid manner -
Mrs.Beach Irene Receiving Stafford with of West the Palm Car- with all officers present Th \ :

hall was decorated .with remand rH EOA liS
riels was Mrs. Carrleli mother $10,004)
gladioli new '
.Mra Owen P, Thompson, who *
received special grcetftigi to.celebrate : were presented with flowen at

: her Both blrthda/an, *. the close of the work grand in.
". ttructor Lillian Hansen and Past aBE

J t MR. AND MRsfllBOSS: Grand Marshal Emma Saunders

!i ,'CHRISTMAS: HOSTS were Introduced by Conductress READY" TO INVEST..YeUR'
Mrand >>.... Ronald'C: Cross Ruth Stevenson Refreshment SHAJffiThw

were hosts at Christmas dinner wert served In the chapter room) .
/ '" . "
'at their home on Riverside Park. following the meeting '
OuesU were Mr. arid M... Fred of
and \Joist or Connellsvllle Mr. and Ur*. R. V, Johnsonand '
Pa. W. and Mrs. A. 8 daughter,Carolyn, pent theChristmas ,Adv rtU weBt Contributed, by The Stuart News: ''

Slate V O Blair.Ur, sodMrs 'holiday with Mrs. v, e"w

jgoMMt Bakers Johnson parents, In Alabama. I'

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I 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt I I I I I I I I I t I ,t ed at bridge at Seymour Inn o"o. -o oCe- "o -.ot on

Vacant. LIST Improved YOUR'and : JENSEN' ,'I n SOCIAL NEWSofStuartit3 Jlr COMMERCIAL and AERIAL

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Some Exceptional: Buys Available

Christmas In : CLASSES SALE

Mr, and Mrs ---.l
REGISTERED; REAL ESTATE BROKER and daughter nurse, will go to Lakeland
8. C. are here 8 tQ 15 for a course of In
Next Poor To Stuart New. in Home Nursing by
with C. B. Krueger Union '
Red Cross. Bldg. Next To Western I'
all spent the .
After returning Mist Stanley
Miss ; U1 hold classes for various men and Fay who will\ enter .
Jamaica spent in Martin County giving Martin County High School. The
SEE holiday with( training to them. Pierces are making their homeat
B.Munch:, Many persons who previously the Majestic Apartments.
OUR SHELL NOVELTIES, Mr and Mrs : the course are eligible -- THE ATOMIC TRIO j '
son returned & a refresher course, while new Mr. and Mrs. Harris Winston
WE ALSO SHIP GIFT PACKAGES Chicago are expected to swell will arrive in Stuart today from

OF Christmas enrollment. Washington D. C. tqropend two KENNY, JACK AND JESS
aunt Mrs,.). weeks with, Mr. and Mrs. A. C,
Johnle and HOLIDAY DANCE '" Wish All the People of Martin CountyA r
and daughter The Teen-Age Club honored James Stocklcy of York Pa.
Ed's Fruit and Novelty Shop Thursday and County High School spent the Christmas holiday

sonville on at a formal homecoming wtlh his wife and daughter, Mrs.
GARLAND EDENFIELD, Owner Mr.; and ,Saturday night at the Vera Homan, In Salerno. He left Very Happy New Year and
2nd Federal .. have as their 158 Saturday to return to duty as
Cor St. & Hi-way '! ,Stuart Fla. Center. young people I
in-law and to the music of the Palm U S. Area Engineer In York one that I Ia Prosperous

Mrs. Joe The Civic Center was -0- ,_
Lyndhurst, N. : in Christmas red and Mrs. H. S. Kelly returned Monday :

Mrs. t for the gala affair. Chap- to her home In the France Only You Can Make It Happy: ?
"LISTEN" Brooklyn N. Mr.and Mrs. L. Ash- Apartments from New York
her brother : onr't\;: Mr. and Mri Carl where she was called by the
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mn. L D. Mc- death of her father. s-
Only You Can Make It Prosperous: j
TO Mrs C. H. ; .. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ;and ;; I
---- Carl L. Be his real estate
Garner. Mrs.
Mrs. B. F. Tlllman
CALLING MARTIN COUNTYOVER : Kramer Miss Mamie Sym- manager LewiS E. Dawson of

\ Mr. and Mrs, Fred Or- Miami were In Tampa Sunday Members of the Martin County Chamberof
and business
Monday on con-
Tells Past, : I cerningahe; housing project for Commerce
W I RA\\ i the Ntpperslnk Estates.
DIlL Advises on I : :! : Mr. and Mrs. George Hlronl -e-= '
1400 ON YOUR Divorce and are entertaining for the
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bozone en- I Il"'KENNE.rSTIMMEU
Feed Store
11130 to 11 l4S A. M. Monday! Th ulh SaturdayT. If you are I )' Walter Pannell of St. tertained at Christmas dinner at Stuart :
who arrived The
G.. Schreckengost: Martin County Rep. consult her.Separate Friday their home on Cleveland Avenue.
IOn Peter, who came 'f
Guests Ed Falconer and
Phone 126-W were PHONE 210
and the University of Miami ,
son, Johnny and W. B. Huntington. -
I Located for the holidays, is returning to (
Grill on I this week. -
:3, !miles south -C-. CITY APPLtESFOR

AnnouncinThe Mr and Mr. R. Nell Cowham MODIFIED PERMITTO
....:....-.... _, I Chicago arrived last week to ENLARGE PIER

Opening -- f)eceni\er l&i \-i of ourFlbwerV the home season"Sanderllng at their,"ocean on.Jupiter Application has ben made to The Spring Silhouette
the War the '"
Department by City
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t Island. of Stuart, Stuart Fla., for a *
Shop 1
-C- : modification of a permit to con.' is- ;
Mr. and Mr. Warner O. Baird I struct art extension to an existing : I
Under the manage elt, t I M A Chicago have opened their concrete pier. In St. Lucie !
Mr. a M .1. Gl'fll PLUMBER ; ome on Beach Road, Jupiter Is- River easterly shore at the foot

y Cut .\ 'o\> ted Plants ., Pottery REAL of First Street Stuart Fla. The New and Dramatic
.. NEPHEW proposed timber extension would
Christmas 0 ties Dish Gardens ,
MY Mr.and Mr*.John P. Marquand project Into the waterway about
and ex Floral Designing SAM children are at their home I 308 feet from an existing bulk' TRIM 3-PIECE for TOWN and TRAVEL
j Jupiter Island,for the season. head, and 180 feet chajuielward '
Wilson ralm Gardens C'-, I from the end of the said existing Smartly casual suit of soft AaU.
-wool flannel, with 1
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Noble, pier. The 'proposed extension
Greenwich, Conn., are expect\ would be 10 feet wide with the matching topcoat, cut to
Phone 2021 Jlobe( Sound f, 'Ia. r next week to open their home,: deck about 31 feet above mean fit perfectly ever the suit Cver.at5e .
w a.i&I East", otv Jupiter Island, low water supported. on J-plle without a trace of bulk. S..' .
\ 1 I that vou're always ;
'_ I bents and would terminate at
I perfectly dressed for p i
\ Sherburne the channelward end In a balanced
Mr and Mr* Prei-
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T-shaped head 30 feet street; office or travel.Famed
; I tt of Greenwich Ccvn., 'arrived -
Tuesday at thel&Juplter i lung and 10 feet wide. I
I ;
d home, "The Tack Box'Vfor MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL
:: :: :
FORCENTURY the season. Admltted: Mr. Vivian Evern-
han. Bewail' Point; Mrs. Maud
I Mr. and Mr. W.Scott Blanch- Hunsinger; T.O McCloskey, Fred
BOATS ard and family have arrived from Orman. Atmltted and discharged I
# } Long Island to spend the winter : Mrs. Ralph Hartman Jr.. !
their Jupiter Island home. Jensen Beach; Mrs. John Wat- 't-
ANDRICHARDSON :I .-.- -.- I I son, Indlantown Discharged: e

-- I II Mr. and Mr*. Bertrand L. Tay Mrs. Warren Mllander and baby -- y
I of Jupiter Island have taken i son Palm City; Mrs.. William
apartment at Palm Beach for Rowland and baby, IndlantownMARRIAGE I
f- I From Wi ter month. Mr. Taylor i*I. APPLICATIONS i p.
STUART MARINE SERVICE I assocl4jrd with the Seminole I. Dec. 22--John M. dill and Ollle\ 1 4h
Club. I Mae Brett.
Phone. 33 Stuart Box 96 --T* i Dec. 19 Relnhart Frederick
-": Vl 'Du Mrs. M, E. Erwin of fort Lau- ,Balkhaus ahd Carmel\'Mcn-
1 spent the Christmas holi duno.
Ring visiting her niece and fam Dec 13-Henry Newhouse and
Rust Blue or toss 's,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Hack- Elizabeth Smith.
j I L. T. -- Gold: Black or I

Immediate Delivery ,. ...... INFANT HARTMAN Brown stripes on I
; Graveside service WhIte.
Charles Roberta,who,with Mr. was con-
r I I ducted by the Rev. T. J. Geary
-- with
4 CYCLE GAS POWER AWN, rw parents.* spent Mr.the and holidays Mrs. Harris Catholic pastor Christmas afternoon $47.00

MOWERS LIST .",. returned last week for the Infant ion of r
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartman Jr.
0 ,Atlanta. Mrs. Roberts re
visit. The bay wa born Dec 24 at for
for longer
ELECTRIC POWER LAWNMOWERS! I p-i "* the Martin'County hospital. Style-Fit-Finish

( Allen Ncall, who has been CARD OF THANKSWe
REGULAR LAWN: MOVERS 10 days:; with his par I wish to express cur heart
and Howard Neall,
,. Dr. Mrs. felt thanks to our many friendsof
Easy to start .. .. '" Easy to operate. return tomorrow to Flint Martin county for their kind Stuart '}
., where he 1* a student at expressions of sympathy and i,
General Motors Institute. floral tributes daring our recent
Humphries Tire & Appliance Co. e bena"ment.t.he loss of Store' r
Mr. William King Connells- husband and father. Department
'Fort ,fierce Florida ville, Pa.. ,arrived Saturday ,to I MRS. JAMES B. SHELTON,
.Jt spend the winter at the home of And Family.
I. ,.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth StlmmeU
on Rlvervlew Road. !
LUMBERand Mr*..Blanche Lowery had asher BUNGALOW
Christmas dinner guest Mr. ,
We can ; and Mrs)J. B. Smith and son, '
,U Junmle, from Delray Beach. I
Mia Janet Clay of Boca Raton 1 Block from School 4 Blocks from Center of Town
: Building Ali Case Is spending her Christ ', :; ,
ma pave with her mother. Mrs.. r $$7,5OO.OO, \
.r' Material Blawfhe Lowrey at the Holleran.
1k Fort: Apartment, *.

,'ai! more plentiful, Mrs, 0.iMerc: -e-* of Green Lake, eOTT-AGES .J
'; Wl*. was the holiday'guest of '

Way' Have What ylf. eecIw II : Mrs.Jesus;George Hotel.McBrIde at the Ma. ..f<

'. Fe* f.4i IbwHw-o B. S-p io See Ua ; ." TWO. '1i. COTTAGES. FURNISHED NEAR,RIVER ON LARGE LOTS.

+ ALH: IGLEY, M' 'Mr., 'and Mrs. J. Oeary of 1lI11- PRICED RIGHT FOR QUICK SALE ;
vine, :N. J. spent last week with
: Mr.'and,Mr*. Arthur Wlndfohr 6,25O: 'and $5OOO
'I East "O* t' :;Limber at the Majestic Apanmen e. Mr. I .
Geary Is .
i" .t. _' ',l'ti' .THEODORA '
1 ,
-. DAN and Mrs. Harry.Martin of DEHON and SON

-r .. '1. .ra1 & > ( ra'trton. .1(:J..have ,arrived in '
.' .. the winter tbMaJeoUft ,DEHOtB ILDING REALTORS PHONE ftt{ a; .... Kwrt. FWriist Stuart to spend at .
: Hotel) -
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ACE iota THE SltART NEWS, ,STOUlfc Martin Codiijr, It OHIO ATHrEyDAT l ),1& I, l1n!


I U.N. Completes Firt;; Year of Work, "

I i __ Happy Me, :to Year

.... I In,New York City, shortly before I -\ .'/0'J
Christmas the United Nations -
General Assembly eon-
eluded the second,half of 1U first
annual session/ and thus brought J
I ; to virtual close the work of 1 A :" ... 'C'.7):

I V'X.'s first and, perhaps, mOlt i ) : L ; -5--- \. ...
\ i critical year., r <4"D.a .. ::-'!" dI. -
I It was a year that began Iwth I I I.. -- I /q
,. the opening of the first half of _,, r ..... ', .'
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\ the Assembly session In London 1 I j, '" ";" ..-.-....,..... .
I Ion January 19 then saw the .,
I \hole organization move twice 1 I ; .
'lock. stork and barrel--f: to j .... : t
hunter. College, Bronx, then to .. .
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Lake Success and Flushing Meadows ;
,New York. A* was to be expected '
It It was a year devoted ,
\, 1 .mostly to organizational problems I

: to the tremendous job of] '., 4'..'! '. '. ',' .
setting up and getting under way 'aZ ''t .
J not, only UJJ Itself with lu ,'l c" -.-'

THE GEMRAL ASSEMBLY. (the world "eonrre.."of the relied Icallzed Councils, but many, of the Spe- V,N, MOVED to the VJ A:In March First New York melting
Nation, met for the first, time ID January In London Central Agencies Cotmnilteei of,the Setirlty Council wo wel..IDflI.lIy Governor Dewey, and j.
I 'J' Hall', mainly' to nap out the detail of t.N.'s future operation. and other bodies through which .Secretary of tate Byrnes, flanking Council*tHaiinun Ir Qu '.'
: the Member Nations expect to "I,' .
carry on much of their constructive I -
I work in the social economic 1 _____._ t ,.. ,
cultural humanitarian fields 0/ t .
I and r.I I ,
yet It was also'a ""ear''of real :.
I achievement especially ,during .. .'
,its closing weeks when, to',the r .
surprise of some, the Assembly :. Wishing Our Friends and Customers ,Throughout :Martin
!succeeded In tackling major f .\ .' ; "
world problems, such as world County A ilappy and I'roeperousNlow,Vear-.'and ThankIng -
wide disarmament, much" sooner y il ., .. .
than had been ejpetced or even '
toped You for Your Patronage During 1946. .:

Like any new organization
which is still far from complete .
I II. [U).N. experienced Its share of
tioubles. From time to time./observers ooh
thought that the progress '
achieved was too slow, that the Rowell Furniture Co.KRUECER
::machinery on which the peoples .
o' the world depended for a securer -
I. more hopeful future had s t tx I
I.t t developed creaks) before It had' -x: BLDG. PHONE 61
even had an opportunity to get
TACKLING PROBLEMS ranging from hunger to women I rights, up full speed. Yet as the year
tile Economic aid Social' Council opened Ito Amt New York ended, the troubles seemed to
: meeting In May Here CMUUi Director-General LaGuardia ..
I ,(far right!) desfrlbei urgent relief. needs In"onee-ocenplftd arts*. have diminished, and others BY MID-(tMMEK, Ue scope *f United Nations! activities broad-
l /seemed less/serious than they had ened. Delegates of II nations signed| a De\\'Irlttllt constitution
) fcl first appeared. And the out for a World HealU Organisation In July, Meanwhile all Economic : '
I I II look for 1947 gave every promiseof and Social Council Commissions bean their work and NOTICE TO 'OUR CUSTOMERSWe
,VH negotiated acreanents with iBler-gove.ruae Kprdallaed
I t I IM accelerating progress In near Agencies In aviation, food, labor, education science ud culture.

= ly.N all and of the Us.many many fields affiliated In whichU governmental Arrangements wen organisation made to Wean who art the Interested cooperation IDlb".l, of several fields. Will Be. Closed Until Monday, Jan., 6 Td

now ternatlonal prepared organizations to operate are ** InVfentory 'Our Stock

The pictures .how..,.on this ..j ". .

I II page lights recall Of U.N's some of.development Ute high r HAPPY' NEW YEAH PHIL PENCE

ti'r through 1948, from London to

f Lake Success to,forward., from-looking hesitant)'outh'j Infancy t Stuart Plumbing & Metal WorksPHONE

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NEW FIELD for CJt was atomic energy tontrol: The Atomic '.
Energy Commission first met In June In New York. Her C,S,
I i Delegate Bernard Barucb hands gavel to Commission lot Chairman 74A .
.Ivatt, of Australia, at UJt Soe larl-GeDeral Lie watches. t r
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OCCASIONAL as V.N.'I tensions work developedand appeared V P .STRATOWRITER. the perfected spheria-lipwrifing i Inttru-

the In withdrawal one ease were of the markedby Delegate ,i ;mont that rolls your writing on. dry, ton b. ,used.withtlP' .
of the Soviet Union,Andrei
i G WORLD DISARMAMENT, among other major problems, was euwion of the Iranian qaeition. BY.TEAKS END, CJf'i Membership had risen to:55 nation. lit
taken up during the General Assembly fall meetings 'In New Often, however .reemeat'.n Her the /flags of Sweden,'Iceland and Afghanistan are rated. p.rformance'ond jewel beauty,(tamp'STRATOWRITER
I I York which were attended by such top dfurea is the Foreign I Important James was reached braid these of 51 earlier Member before the General Assembly; ""
Ministers. of the USSR (n left) mil United Kingdom (rlhll.) by Members e unanimous who were vote concerned.of all the I: eeIDr'kali at""Flushing Mead**.. Slam. ,was admitted later, ,at the most perfect writing instrument of itt l find. Stop

I lira,today an

I I Happy New Year To Everyone In Martin, ,CountyTHANKS Other, Sheaffer.. Pens *:50 to 17.50'

.4 ,JUST ARRIVED ,;I Hi. '

&r ,Watches Watch Bands'Wallets

Gold Crosses /

d' : DELICIOUS: I : FOO'DS-: ::' : ..: Cigarette Case" .e : :'. '. r\\ '
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Repairing aDd Enfrannf V" '

''Have-Gene: PlanYour\; Favorite 0n- iThe-Organ ONE WEEK,SERVICE. .. .. .* .. ., ONE YEAR'GUARANTEE'}i .

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"( 'THE STCABT MEW, STCABT Martin County, FLORIDA TBt'aiOY"JAN. I, 1147
PAGE: mil I Iccordtng.1o
. jWMtaking jestl- The,tint' I
hospital In '
what H .
,mated tijr the Dutch astronomer, now the United: State Pompano,Albert Brewrf and Mr. Printing Office, Washington 21,'
Kapteyn, there are about 40 bll- In leis at Henricopolis was founded I and Mrs. K. B,ATant and daUgb- D. C.
/ In the FISHING Mrs, Penny aid Linda of Miami. DUTCH KITCHEN
!Jon star in the single galactic Colony of Virginia. It WM known Atuhori of the book are well I
Mr. an? jMlss ElH) Arnold and I
system the
) earth It a u Mount: Malady a guest house known scientific authorities all
children and Mrs. L. M, Arnold
for tick people" IN THE of whom were associated with YEAR
FAMOt/S/ of Fort PVeros called on Mr, andMrl.
work on the atomic bomb during American Style Cooking
Shelby McCullty Christmas.
; the war. The book Is a collection
St. Lucie Open 6A.M.to2P.M..SP.M.toaP.M.
Region Miss Althalr Hall of West Palm '
ot the material which was made r
'NEW YEAR Beach spent last week end as TASTY DELICIOUS FOODPlate
available to the United Nations
** 'me nut SPORTSMAN: I*ft_OUARDIAN Or NA1UUL*tSOttll To Our Customers and Friends ---- Miss Jdarare''Blanton left Atomic Energy Commission by! Lunches, Sandwiches and

__ __ By ERNEST: LYONS fly rod. Every time :I saw him enter college In Tal ard the u. S. Representative, Bern- Short Order to Take Out
Fresh Home-Made Doughnut Klngflstv school have tome In Lehrer was busy in the cockpit lahassee. Enroute: she will ;Ult M. Baruch.
heavily In the Quit Stream oft ot the "Easting.: new addition ffiends'in Orlando. Covered In the book are such Krueger Bldg. C. H. Storer, Mgr. Old Dixie Hiway

Made Twice; gaily| St. LuCIe Inlet a* :I had': the to: Toley's Fleet, fighting- down Mrs. Julia Folsom ot Olenn- subjects as introduction; to ttemic r

Chocolate, Coconut and Plain pleasure Of ttlacorerthg Sundayon kings on his slender equipment\ vUU ,Oa. and Loiabatcbee: Is enegry, military effectiveness often 1i 1-- ___- _
a trip with John Dewing of while Capt Ted Preston gaffed visiting relatives ,her and In atomic bomb therapeutic i
Handy-Pantry p..tei-y New York, guest at the Pellcas and boated them with monotonous Stuart this week. uses of artificial radio' activity, ?
Shop who tame here on Ute advice'of efficiency Admittedly It Mr. and Mrs. Odell DeLoach beneficial use of atomic energy,
Ray Camp of the New York made the boat rods Mr. Dewing and daughter Charlotte! spent application in'medicine, .nd' Bar
Tlmei. and :I were using appear'a bit on Christmas in Jtsup, Oa., with relatives technological control of atomic Victory
We went offshore with\Capt the heavy slde--although when and friends energy.
r A. ...Hunter on the "Barracuda I get lnefllh fever" my longing Mrs. Jim Marr"and children of *
of Tol.,'.'fleet\ and had a Is for a sea skiff and hand- Hobe Sound tailed en Mr. and l WISHES ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
quiet day without a strike until' line*. Mrs. W. M. -Marr Sunday Fort Pierce, Florida i NEW YEAR

1:30: In the afternoon when all The kings are there although Miss Ann Whittle pf West Palm Phone 782 I .*
be Beach spent Christmas here with FREDERICK.!. PORTER OPEN DAILY "
the fish In. creation suddenly whether ,they'll l still
took advantage of our being,off I striking when you get there Is her mother. ,Mrs.Martha Whittle. Foot Specialist FROM 9:00: A. M. TILL I s30 A. M.

guard. Dr. Desslng was eating up to them, They are one of the She and mother, had Christmas Sunrise Room 204 SUNDAYS 12:30 P. M. TILL 1130) A. M.
lunch and :I had 'Just taken off most unpredictable fish of tropical dinner with Mr, and Mis. 8. E. Theatre Bldg.
1 my shoes and was lolling at ease seas, as the veteran king-: Lane of Palm City. -I PACKAGE GOODS
stuffing the last .of a chicken fishermen who troH for' them Mr. and Mrs. Richard Over- '
sandwich In the Inner man with long .wire line will attest falser,Mr. and Mrs.orrnan Eggleiten -

when first a dolphin and then a Sunday they were striking so and son, Benny,.Mrs.,Ella Expert '
couple of kings hit. madly that it was not safe to Prescott, Jay Dutton, Mr. and MARINE ROOM-BAR ;,: .
From then on we 'had our leave a bare hook overboard -* Mrs..Ward Smith and-Miss !Ester!:
hands full. The New York visit they would actually hit the bare ,Inganwall spent Christmas day Watch RepairingBring 1
or, who Is thinking seriously of hook and we lost two rigs through i in West Palm Beach. DANCING NIGHTLY TO 12:00: P. M. It '
bringing the fishing contingentof kingfish striking at the leaders'\ Mrs. Ed.: Johnsou,and son Ed.,'!' Your Work .T. My Home NO. I MIXED DRINKS
1 \ the New York Athletic Club The profeslstnal. kingfisher- jf.i, of Miami tailed on Mr. and At 80 Went Third Street d .
here this spring hooked and man uses up to 50 fathoms of; Mrs.,C, H. Xuhhuoii Sunday. i I
landed afoot sailfish (hooked plain leader wire line, : -- Room
as expertly Victory Dining
1ISHCTo Charles H. "JacksonI
ggST In the eye, which dampened Its coiling at his feet as he I II U. S. .pUBLISHESBOOKLET ,
Jumping proclivities) "and be- I brings In his catch. This requires, ABOUT 'j I I '
tween'us we landed about' 1} great pressure Jon the loops of I ATOMIC ENERGY I'I I
beautiful king mackerel up to 1, wire to keep the wire from slip I I. -- ..... } .
each of 4Jou who have contributed, to' 12 and 15 pound In weight ping and cutting the fisherman' I The latest atomic; energy Information -I I i ii
The ocean was literally alive hands}-pressure' so great that will be made available
.our success and who have given us your with kingfish for a couple of you can \usually tell a Ungfish- to the public\ in printed form today -I J i THE WATCH. Of QUALITY :' ;
hours. Capt. Hunter said that erman' by his blue thumbs the United States Government -
fin friendship, we cordially wish a they had been putting on this made so by the bled coagulating Printing/ Office announced.A .
HAPPY afternoon performance for two under the thumb nail. 195 page book entitled ."Inter ''I'' !
f or three days.Practically Largest klngflsh landed so far national Control of Atomic Energy I . I'
every charter boat In the current spree off Stuart! : Scientific information-
i In the Stuart fleet dropped lail- is a 30-pounder caught on rod came oft the great presses ot the I i
) !Dflui l'Jv) DJP.} Good Health and for 1947 "
fishing to get at the serious business and reel by Dave Mageoff of Printing Office this morning. Happiness Prosperity '
PHONE II of king kerelcatching.At Lawrence, Long Island. Last The publication is available for'I This ja our sincere wish for all our loyal t
least 13 boats In our Immediate year's record wa a 42-pounder 3U cents from the Superintendent customers. Continued quality of, distinctive !
I 4
t vicinity were hauling kingfish Sallflshlng has ben fair.with of Documents, Government I
:: ,. ..., .
by the rod and reel route- one or two to the boat or brought --t- ----1 1i .JEWELRY. !\ : '
: .
but a solitary commercial fisherman \ up to strike bin the giants .
who had hung around all schools bave'net showed
as yet FredA. StaffordRegistered I j ,
morning With his squid poles. up. Charter boatmen say that i This is our promise for 1947 ":

JOIN THE THRONGSAttend had given up and gone In before the winter has been so mild to '
the striking spree started.! date that the sails are still off } A PROMISE THAT WILb BE. r i iIi
One of the most Interesting Civil Engineer }' FULFILLED ,
shore and to.the northward In I
sights of the afternoon was the
l the'' spectacle'Of Herman Lehrer, oJ5T / the Culf Stream_but predict a And

4th. Avenue,Saw York, whipping heavy run If Couth Florida gets I Land Surveyors C. & E. WALKER Jewelers \1'a'
down savage kings with a a real cold snap I
DOG RACESat !Stuart, t'Uirida I
I pltal: weight lb.s. 4-0., named
iiiuunmuiiiuiiwiiuiHitiiuiuiJiiiuiSALERNO Phone "'J AVE STUART, FLORIDAAnnouncement.
William Norman, Jr \\1
NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mullins of I
the y .,_
Hickory, N. C., arrived last week e'7: =- j I
By MRS. O.V QUIGLKYAiiiiHiniiiiiiiHiimiiiiimiiMiiiiiiiihi to spend the winter. .T 1 :R -=

PALM BEACH I I I I l l Miss Zeporla Bennett of Ha-,

J. B. SHELTON hlra, Oa. Is spending the holidays ,
James Banks Shelton' died un- here with her sisters, Mr .
expetcedly at hi fish house Bill PendarvU and Mrs/Bmory. "
Kennel Club Thursday evening, at 9:30: ,,Dec., DeLoach.
26 1948. Mr. fend Mis. George Osborm, 1.
Mr. Shelton was (0 years of sr., and son George, Jr.; and Mr. 1 )f''
'NIGHTLY age. Born, reared, and marriedIn and Mrs.J. P.WUbar were dinner I

Kentucky, he wed Miss Maud guest Christmas day of Mr. and -'-. I 14rn tf
Fox In 190. i Mrs: Harry Orr and Mrs. E. O. I
(Except Sunday) .
He and his family moved from I Pauk of Fort Pierce.
Kentuck to a farm near SalernoIn Donald Terry and Joe Brown .
First Race 8115 P. M. 1813 or H, After a few yearson went to Miami to attend the a

the farm be ,worked 'in, the Orange.Bowl football game New
Daily ,Pouble 2nd and,3rd tac'e.Ten fish business with r. 8. Johnson. Yeah Day. ;

Quinieila Races. About 1030 Mr, Shelton went Inthe Mils Ester Ingawall etntrtaln- We Have Moved
fish business for himself and ed with a supper and Christmas
was an active fish dealer up until party Sunday evening at her
,Nit Minors Admitted his death. home. Gifts were given out to' From the Dehon Bldg. ,
He Is survived by. his wife Mr. and Mrs. Orman.Eggleston .
,Opposite Morrison' Field Maud Shelton, two daughters and son, Benny, Mr. and Mrs.

1 West'Palm Beach and four sons Mrs. Verlln Whft-! Adolph DeLoach and son' Jbn- TO OURNew
lock bf West Palm Beach, Mrs. mle, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith 0Ve
Syble Robinson of Fort Lauderdale Jay Dutton Mr. and .Mrs. Rich .....,
'Admission 25 Cent James Banks Jr. (Jake), I ard Over lserv and Mr. Ella

George Harvey and Douglas, all ,Prescott
of Salerno,and seven grandchild i. group' of. 24 people went Nave Location

I Christmas ,caroline Christmas Moved ,
LISTEN TO body wad laid to rest In' eve, after which they' came
Ir.n., Cemetery Saturday at I back to the ,church and served (Formerly occupied by W. G. Meredith) tIn

P d m, with Rev.,Phil Maxwell] sandwiches and hot chocolate,
? I,officiating. Active pallbearers Everyone had an enjoyable evening -
were 0. D. Qulgley. J. P.WUbar, I I The
? Emory: DeLoach; Henry Hinton, L. P.Lord of Miami spent Krueger Bldg.
}kw Bert Sword and Ted Metzger. '' Christmas here a* the guest of hOLD e

Joe Qulgley. ( DIXIE HIGHWAY ''Ie
\ Mr. and Mrs. William Norman Mrs., A. Ii Brown bad as her ) rhvI
Wilkes, sr. announce the birthof guests for' Christmas dinner A. .
a son Dec. :95, In a Miami bos- L. Brown and.son. Jlmmle of
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so Aim; ft"A'9 h+uM i .....r.rpdrees rwr.....f.,.
(too True ii .gapty Iioclle psodacasma :Electric Service & Coo
save,..sssl.s.eosy eess.-

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rot IU ... TIm 8TCAKT KIWI. 11" 'dT. Martta Cwnty: FLORIDA TBTRSDAT JAW.; 1, IM7 _ _ _
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ton here dIttoS ...*** .It* .tedded
UlllllllllllllMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIII riiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiumiiDiminrmii : ;
L 5.oIs ::
CHAMSl Aesosi to buy a "IMtto !tMl
MALE HELP WANTEDiiiiMMiiiiiimiiiiiniuiiiimiiiiiimmn
(. 0 thick (or camping tria .' "us-

i : L CluoclIE A NEW. FEATURE I*, a..l.l* art J* known all over t*** nation .

roe SAtE: II ...n ..* I.5.1.4 OPCMINCS_ .. u. tA00siISS'si 0*' t. 15o5 Is 5 ,
CD33HO l N PIII'S I u a great fishing eeettor,5he IMe
..._ ...odw"elal.5155.55., PICKED MEN SEES ENDING OF 1- :f. IN EaMICalU ch os S.4. 0.5.

5.4.5,5,0*. It 54. ._.ra a* laalar <,* _. ,, Snail.- emphasIzed.Wand yon (.BMRf I ,._ .. .

FOR SALE Ua,> IIran :;-;;;;;';; arvarwaltr Sir 05 ,
.. 14. foollmAnimal
boallaa M ,. ... ItSi -- *. DwmmmtH.
,. 4._ *.o.l Sod ..".11 .<...... 11.510 5* 5 p-. raa .15. *nil INFLATION IN 47 -4. wheel and see that something U .5 s., se, i540,

f_ 5.5.. 10'.n..*..... 501 ..... 5-p.pIl1.dISt II. !a..i tWbiSS SJ.p..dlli'0.divtolaa.' *i. -I n. EngUrt Ittr don about the muddy water

.*tlIIIlIItIIIIItIIItIuuuuISIIIIlItIIHIH, : / lIst 11.114. 4..,.........*. .......1t14 Is a.,,...........54a. --.45. 110.Tk..., _I to............... r*.* S.I. .I.5455...... I 1 iravtii abetl*imp: WEEKLYCROSSWORD 14. Ravva ID.IUlr from the take or anything that 1.10, ..- .- ._ lose
5.. 155, SiN" 5 .. AS.blSsUSSaSmas
APARTMENTS FOR RENT ..... ....' .t iS" 1 .. .......... .. Carakv. tHrlUa. 41k 1.1.110. 00.s.545 -. Commere Croup Looks 1S.EI:5:::: < you feel 1 to detrimental to thtfllhllII"
? I1lA.
155 I.Sse 4.
'....._ II 51.1 .ul. al JI ...- ; 1051,1.. 1. ( ; 'hD' I ... Kin' 01._' 55tH'
s'PO I.t.OIy : ,
I; SIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISIIHIIinui / ..*. ? ._ .5 ....... For Resumption of ::5w0505 Uitnfknlbar :
J.s.L0. ,0 14 0 .aC 5.05.41os.14 Other guest were H. ]I. Bilker S.. PU-I-sal ...

1 i -:. I SAL '- -- A".45.5,0.."..I I 5,5111.1 1M .... .Is 55s v. S. ,.. "Fr.. Economy"The It: Ipnrr all ."wrt"' afi PUZZLES !u. UMOUItSaar of Dayton, Onto John 1*. .Wtrt." "M.;;;":. ... 11(101155,0.I

FOR ... ..4s. t'" .55" PS'S .._ ..d 54.. '
, .... ,5 54. .,-.... -- .. ..,.. 1MT will bring to |. n.coul ; Bailey of Vlneland..N. J, and G 554.45.5W-I. 'Ut
I year
I Modern Concrete Block ....... .... ) .U
5 Je" 4. tW Fir 0LS'so'fll.hsdi0.515's5 *4 4 ; 14. ProafcnaaaAw Ed Shaw of New York. 5.1.12; So4.5.5_. mosi
Florida and the
nation end :
: 2 Bedroom House I,,, .,__. .. : an 51, David I_b. 5.. 50.4.lI..d .
a.1. 5iIsg 0 Dr. Carl Feet Atop __ ._
to Inflation high price and false ... 55Sh (las" tJ 40.5455.tIs..5
! Cement til. roof, compoti- 11 for .P54WlI0.lS. .I. I>f 1.5.54Is DOWN I?.
.sh5.. 41. 10.54. Marshall Inducted ,....
rUf rp tion tile floors 18-inch .'' *..4IMM, .. f m. .rkMkia, ...< our.Ur prosperity, an end to many governmental ... ... .t_'4. U Applnlin4. were II mem- fcraard -1- ... |
!3 e .... ... C'loIM 1 1
MMkal araul s. A4 >M H : IA ai *il member'ship
.1. '''' T : ben by A. C::, Courson -A.r> SI.M
hauit fan modern sink *r4ltlaM. control and the be.glpnlng U. "'1t..v ",," 'L::: :llSI I -
::3'-: : : 551754 ataaaarwkl.
mum I 'i. rngm t : and ravrwtkm. .54 10< .....,.. f_ t Srinhnl foraelrnlun .... chairman who presented ills
, electriC hot water heater W. ..5l.t.., .* af ....*,..,.I. of the resumption ,of a sIsi8N 551.lSs 1.ab.. ... 111)1W
M '
{ ; Jr' ref l !" m .1 steel windows. Located in ,. *. Krli.'..... am .. MO II .. III free tconomy, the'researchnd 15. C.,11s4: : : t : r"slfi= f.... i 'ICntllMI Uvllr :k .'0 I ::-.Irf then with pin emblems of UM 1..1'
: I. lu .11 '.11 I! : S. Industrial division of the Florida Ema 4 5040555.I5Il k4 OL U .IS44 II .
Bessey Addition No. 2 Stu aMk M V I A.- RaEnHlailal. '.1 A." n.
.. --1 1t' .. :t t .. .. wkw .....- kr ...
It ,M ClMax HalMlM.,"" WIlt State Chamber of Commerce C.:.,.' I). PI. .1 5554 4*. Alnnc* ', f.,
1 art. ... .. laahi. 5.1.4 ..I H* tla Or*. II .
t'. r.lm It .2. of Ills l* vrrfaKlvitTh 1 ll<4
Mated today In a forecast of G''t;: 51. \W* r 1 RuitnlnklMlMM It OJ"I I a MRK. M rh HIIWIN,

, ATLANTIC' COIRTAPARTMENTS Write Stuart P. O Florida Bh 1089 IIIIIIIIIIUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHINOTICES what Is ahead for the coming : : :;z $1. Intrmlnal>!l* Ihntiuik tal ... Consul,. point CHURCH OTA r&'oV11' *"

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, STUAST P10510' 1 1WHIf _u. ". "- iiMlllllulllllliiiiliiliniiilllirntiilllliM 5,555,., 5.45.. .14 .051 "._'.. year'Flortdlans' have seen In 1MO. I l 3 r r r T 8.rr r r DIRECTORY .... HENNINCn 5.5.5..
'IIK AVAWACICewIu. : I ..... W Ua_ .. kr kPHEU-A. record volumes and values In .
w t tfiif* h I U V 4* P,.r dtetaaa*. PkaM M... T C:. KaoriaD -
,, '
" "" 'dN..4ni.thSW. Vina. Ill R. UYR OW. Snel. LEGAL AOVZKTUCMENT'
I.OTtt.5. business J
agriculture and
psasy sAnyls?
T" FACET I, > ,lAth IXITC <]'rr .. "r ;,,,,, "*' ., _.... of ........ N.... si's. tion. The year has also III, 40.55 NOTICE Of ATPLKATION FOR
:: a4 SlitS 5.., I ? ?., 5,11 ... i. SOIl, IS .......... .5 recrn.i sea\/ 'HI" "A..I...... PusSIS DEED JAr
; : $
YfUI'HOMIllllimilMIIIUIIIII'lullllllllllHUIIIIIIII.'U I I"'f., P55,55 114-a .. Os 041, ... ...... ..... 5*. ......... In Its closing months the Trr -' -.. SIll 5.. Uli '
_-. .f .50 5.- .4., 5155'S' .IIA57741T. Inr of those healthy ;: : .. I..... ....... NOTICE 18 MESaS* GIVEN n,

SItS SAI.a, *ls.ol 5.. < 15..4 Ik
FOR SALEIiillIlllIIIIlIIHltIIilIllulIllI"OlIIlilltItt 5sa.. So..h5s L ._.. VIls. .. 41110. It as .ffsl5.. I..kIsi p4... 'mmBB. .'S 1... 54. 7111,1155 U55I5. SI... ...... 11 J.l" A, U
which be 1141. I ,
I II .i aPl.iaa.:. ___. __ .___II'Us ..,l 5 II? .... III 15. .... .lao 555.. should in full : 1It: .. .. 1_.... w....... 1. 014. ._"NM.. 0..* ... afflr a.teaaad .
s 4a0
,, force of A ..< .. ... ._ -. ... ....... Ie
$ I I .. "OK" ..AW; dallo", ,*dIa'phs'pblIshHoto I.,- R o afe fra*) nvmltit I. It and by mid-year 1147 2T7-24 .oorp. .. tk.iaa aaid' *...If...u *.
*kln. fo* ANTIRAT I 0 5 55 .5. oC .4555. .
4. OrN kra
11111 11.5. : 4.1: ,.4d. A.: I..;. *. ,:::-Ito-: :.= ..55..I .A: |.';d.<. Idari far fam ... 5 I State Chamber researchers com .... .a1. I Ie la a*>Ca.nlaf tk. Mknrl.PUpils Oarrihrt....* af rnan........

r.t.4, H"" A-i 'uadinaa 111ft ,, -s,.. (451t.a... .'..._. r 455iii kill.?' 1.I4< raU, ..... '..4. mented. 7 r W.dmd.y5 45-as.
,..n, 11.J. If 54.51 dO' 1If. P5-5 lrO... 5,..". v "J M two 0/-s a I.155 5. a. N_..a.1. sI4. las II .*. II a..lark 5. COds..
j I h.. 2. .. ; "The strongest of these StaIr 'hArris? CoM* a S.D W part af Lat I H....
IIIIIIIIIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIirW ,, L If TO!' 'WANT n> dl.ptar V Mil tlaarfc..d trends are the unprecedented .3- JJ 534- 04.5. H._ tI.*... *> la r* It Ian
Have Plenty of ':, & FOUNDiIHIIIllIIiitilIlllIIIIllIilI'IlIlIIlllllIIlISI .. F" i Urr k_* U demand, at home and broad, for *. .:! E& C. S.I..AI IL: h"W: n. _, of .... 114 po'll.
05,. ..Id. ....
That Good Grove |[ ''IIP.N' 1':1"I"N'ltTl': t. w_...... durable and nondurable goods ISO.. .5. .a. I..... 55.51.lose. ..,5.ll75s4.. 1'... so45.5.S.f

I M"' T I'M. ......- 5.1.51' .. 414.... a-.... A.I....11??,Vs 1 5sls I ''.1...Llm."s.. ,._II"111.11 0sw,... and the re-equipping to fill this 7... 5. ... 5srn.m-.S4.Sme 1155111 --.. 4.5.4 V.lm bs5.5dl5...... S.III5OII.1...... .haft 5). ,5. -

, WILSON TOOMER I I ..M< .XKWr.. ......r rasa'. 451.l5555. ItI5lluIItlIIIliII'iilllIPlIilIlIIlIIIIltlIIIII. demand. In these present factors .' : :.L1 : K_.... 50.54.. d,4b5. I. 545 ... .144 Is 155.4.5 -
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FERTILIZERSee b-.. .' Tammr- -, sa It : ( Is the answer for a longtime 555 .. 5410555) P00. a.5.5 .., 55 .... h. .. 4

(017 ;:;) :1: ;;45.; .. ,. ,,' ;... Ial"' f fVM S.s04 0. 11. .1b .. P.5.
Us for All Kinds of j Ar... ..r an. Pw/o> Nit'l WORK WANTED-MAEC- prosperity Tilt CI4USCH op COD .1547. ... 5. lbs 0$, My oC t.",.,..,
... >rub> tinar. Iotia.i ,1 10.. I UIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMItPtMIITION' "The current opportunity afforded -i' f pI ....... I ::5:05:
Fertilizer Of fir., .. ..... K.I R....4 It *.,. w. P. spass 4145 s.d dsp III Jme.-p, Ill
MAVTEDt" : I A. ......k .410 54
RALPH ULMER MOTORS I IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFOR k.4r m.n S HWrawa, Mirkir.: the existing demand Sa.nonnoU& -7 j j Mcmtef ".....* II .... ,. II. 7055.507.
i t_
CaniK J.n..n or Ha 111 JnMViINSTRUMENTS ..- ISIphI. I seS'fldp C Cassis: .0" 54,0. LmI.
.. Phone 9141 RENTIIllIIIIIUHIIIIIllI.ll5IIllIIIIllIIluIIlIIll5I h. 2 5 1 lit U. ... Although it U enormous I SIS.. Us. (445T .-
I. T. s. G.... II
Old Dixie, Stuart Or RECORD TO IE it Is qualified significantly sessp.i's ATIIOUC I.".. .'. t. II .... n. 154Itdr'AL5vuTIsEMt4T?.

..'I..r NIil'SK lell: AI.II''P"" FILED by 7. c......... Ames : -
t :: :: : :: : : : .1 I.IBRAay Au,,,.,, .. ,.. ", .,h... Mlu 1) ri.l. N. MatwnWtMtr a greater discrimination on alv. T. j. '-IA.r. 54.5,. ,- --
r T.
........................... ...... ........................................... ,,...... .".... "'" III.* ....... F,..nrkrrH U t.he part o the buying public : I I 5,05.I WIStIS .._ .. S ... 14a..blsp. TO WHOM IT MAT IOIOTlCt CONCkRNlMOTKE. :
.. _. .. ,.H.-I.-1: A,, I '" II II:1Ch.dS.s.Ga. ... ..,.
: .. .. ....
than In the karakr .*
.. : put four The ItII I
j K-2' W. ...... .. .. years. .
"UK .11'--, '--fl 1545. "'k. ; : ; : > D < lu MM ikaiklu 545 5 a. Ilmd .. Cost Che-. .1 a.

. ....., .hi.' 5.-il' n'' .adP5 505. ,_1..I "' .'..fI'"'? .*...S"..,.. iS,..*.?,. ... II::;. G... W strength and therefore the 1mMrtance ... 5554y_III_.S__lit 0.55.....5.... Cmli. rianaa, at I aMatlai .. kin
Crarn T .
_i._ k-l-. I.-. I. 1154 j '''I.. .. ...... ...rt.....,. ,. _. t.,,"..... 0 t r of this demand for 'oo. 'oo- = v.7;; ? ... I 504. .. ...... .c-... (0405.. 45 ...
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BOAT FOR SALE IN NEED"1'-4 .11. 54.1, .. V,,",,t.005)5.. .. ,..Ip .."... I 4ad ..> 1(05.5hT. M. Wspkk t, 5s..oWI qualIty merchandise has been re- ;; I I.W..ra 545 .. a. .rr,. "A. D.. ..II41* Uw.. 14.Ilik ..air....of. p',"I.
.. S 545.-U. Ia.l5' 4141. t. E .II.... ; You Should Know ---. ..... .., .. I .. ... eli, .5dt .t.IIo .004. ..

OF REPAIRS i 1 Ii: .p115'il 4II's" ld((1,1,' ",55). ;:""tl1.i':\: i'::, !' .ltsll(4G II.... .. Nap Adi flected' in short Christmas salesn People ._'" ..".. 1.. a.If ';, I.....I Cl.k t kHEPISCOPAL 5, .... .mik's.5 .. _il.. ..Is 0.4 h-i.

25' x 8', Deck Cabin ........ lor. .."..,h. ,....... _r.....". 5 5al. h 1. ,sIm.ail4..l .. (wind C* 1* I a number of lines and will/be I .. .. .s ..11M..-d.a.Sh.d 1.4 I.. I)_. ..5,5W.50045 5 _.
T .. ..- .? '.4",.. ka5s-, "' Aila DtHrrrr .._ ... alp-
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Marine : : a primary economic force next I I v..vv. v.v..V 15 id505 S _..... It ls5
Engine So
Gray I li ... ..
ass.54 H f s lM :
nrn It Htr Hobt .Mn4 C., SERVICES
I I-. ( _... To ...h." aad ito rl. : "do D. ,.... U year ] ... .... n.... ,,st,40 .... 51 ..ld. wme.Ip fs. ..
First SI50.00 takes it ,1 1* 5115, ,..Ii, 1'0'0. 5 ,.... 11.( In. It C.o.'......* H. 1Al0. .. May. 11..1 I Raplh W. Hartman r.. who Is sistant engineer to Install the 1 .. '..5'I..I. _._ .5,5 ..

Also one Dodge engine with Muni. rkaK 111' Stuart I' 'In 1M7 the price tag will be I serving his twelfth year u Stuart sugar mill at Moore Haven In I RKV R. M tlNTO .-..., R seI.r 11.11. :='4.4.. :II.P..4. 50515S1. ::

I all marine conversions 1, 1 11111111111111115t5111111U11111111111511111115WANTED ,:I 1 j c 0.-ha.NIPS :Ad.. Ie OsIsmy Is..s 0 ,. examined with greater care than \' postmaster was Installed 1123 and the new Moore Haven I.145"...'A... H. ..... C..m51se.s4 "._...... 00. ..... p., *540.. 5eI.I.I.A.y ossis.

One 0,1. 4 (45.55-54. W... ir.rIo''l it has been for several years. The j of I A. M Clash ,kaai.II44 ta I. 4tb.a 545 05 55.4.15
new 12 roll heavy : commander Martin county'sFloUlia Sugar Corporation, employedhim I ? S ..011. 15 .Ii' 054 .5 lbs ._ .5.

Duty Ende Battery l IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l rDEl A": 54,"'.1r5'5. .... ." 0' Ma, I customer has learned. not only I I 8 of the U 8, Coast Guard as assistant general manager 11,1 A..M C..M.s-rim .5.5 MMk ..._.... ...I45..d.....1,0. 1.5 .... 5.5_

Make me an offer. ; I ,4t.0.-iall0N.' ". 54A. tu .... that he can wait but that by Auxiliary at a recent ceremonyat and later promoted him to iNks. a._.. N.1.e SoN. .-.,. _In.-51510.1."* .u.5.50l.00 p0..
-"Ia51.lS5t.' AO* U .1 I 1 1:1. .. .
Ask for Kroger at Stuart ,IO'-"f'O'Hlr.: 1..._. lOll'....'.. m.4*.ril, I 515 oven .;AxKB ;. l"'D M.l"!. .*.B'..*tYv""*. *.1,.' ** *...". .. : waiting be can get those better the Palm Beach auxiliary's manager He held this position I r. s.4.'l 000.I.A1.0. ... P445504.... or pa.mI ISO ,I".s5pl4III Ss 55,5'" '

City Trailer Camp. Evenings. I f 44 tot 211 M'4I'' rt lliiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiniiiiiiiii1 "NI.N' T.I'a.IIJ.Li'* I! goods that he wants Acound this yacht club, He will toe assisted Until the Okeechobee flood waters 5411415W..0d Ill IIs ........
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T. *
I l It 5al'lay *1 T PO | potent force, mutually beneficial by Leland Bauer as lice commander drowned out the cane fields -;-;:-; .... .......... iI "
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--- : : :: : : 'to 15154 .*. .54 a-I).
POlk ..41.55. ...r"? .. I.... 5s. 4. ,| SERVICES OFFERED I 7 50. 41.-ays.s, ., producer and consumer will and executive officer; forcing the mill to close He was i 4151 A. .. 54.Iy_ _..... 'r'. MM tt .......... .... 5! tt
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J*_. .." I. ...... ha.,. I. A II..,. revolve the economy of 1M7" Von then SW W _.
Jourdan training officer transferred to Merrlmac onwr L.I HI \\no
t.- 545 A5. IIIIlIIIIIIIuIIIuIIIIllIIIlI5IlIIIIlSIIIlIuISIIllasts I T. .?.-..,......... 04i 0l5. .. ; FIRST METHODIST: CHURCH
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0 ms I t tl 10.... aba 1 lk_
.._. n A..... Hat ? HANII TUNI 0-Krp.lri.. A",.. N. 15,0.. .. Fred Rue, secretary. and Lloyd Mines, Va as townslte and commissary .... W. C. AMrta*-. f aMar. N rtWrtr knv "'". WMt .knl>4niMM n<

-- _...... ,..._, ........1 .. .5sdssA I, :.rrk::. .. ::0:,;..':. ': r.-W PaStS.. J5.d0.z *. JACK C. Travis treasurer manager ,for the same 5,455. ai Hiiaair' a'>kalCkrLlaU' W Late 141, 144..J.: = IMtot. ,.,....'
FOR ALE 0.5.5'" 1.- .Kd. L. HU.I.IOVIOLIN BRAWLEY I! : : S MM IW .
1 I 5' : : ..
Ii.. Ill 0.,.. 11_ 1_. If .... 1004 'S SA.- 4.4. Hartman a native of New company. I s-55s._ The _.. .... Owmrn CnKlrrrl w... of 44

a I 1 (!-A C. 41Iti.; I 4 C115 II Itt WRITES ABOUT I Brighton Pa., when he received While In'Moore Haven he met .-1 'W To Go : 004.55 45.4.45. 'I.Oa.
NAKtR..nMlrint 5... .54.1'. i iI .. "-...*... ., 5.115 55sSofO1.. .1
BUNGALOW .... tJ E. Hi.laa B.. III Oca>n I I'J ..'.. '11 N. M.w.rd .. L. C. his secondary' education before11111111I11I11111I11I11..1111111111111111111I11I his wife, the former Mary McDonald 54555., la* a*.**! *' *.. 5.t44.IS* 171. Ill ..e. .... III .... III ..
I .... FLORIDA Ida katr af Tk M.a.tak'. kw > ..a.M ...... Ik. SW W ..* W''
'- -** III.. CAPTAINS anwr
.. ON 20 OR MORE LOTS I ___ >I.-.". 4a... IAMM.. I.I rr* *l .... and they were marriedin I.'i:': .1(41 50 01. a.. (1.I. G;...l W..t af I..... Hi"ml '
I I. .
FRUIT TREES :LAUNDRY VltE-- W D -n>,.',*> Oils-s.' t. ln Friukw. Fort Pierce in 1923. fire 515 45 tIme.: : 5.haIV408..' !

I" 95,000 ROUGH DRY SERVICE i S'ra '5o50 kr" C, .5.cfsr* Jack Brawley, writing In New NEW COMMANDEROF months before he left the Ever I' FlIrt PScasyrgSlAle Wa-it .*'.15. .... ......l III 0.dal! Ill >14 .I.

SEE e I I f1"--*.,, =...:'':u TI. Pukll? York Journal-American says: FLOTILLA .:ad... They spent two years in I a.5... Co 55.. A. C.s.4.S: CS.Pool.tI"t .1 ratal 0...":.Gs..5. 4.PW..51015 0..I .0 5.405 5...'

CHARLES CONRAD Your laundry carefully wash.I I P.10 AIIy.-l.dsmlty... 8..... .. Cha,5s.. I 5.,"a.I For three weeks In Florida we I'SCG AUXILIARY Virginia where their first ton .. .. 5.d.s _,,... AU 0.51.. .._ .... &0...... .1_ .... _,
Is. at .
I 15 A. Is met so many fishermen that we I ...._" Maa af (... .... III. III.'
SALERNO SHORES ed Flat If 5'** *. m. mn Ml TkJ Tw Ima.. ..
all Work, sheets w0 -Rul H v as born. They returned to Stuart tataa 5.01.. II airaar af lrIII.
Sass .. .
.I..I.pillow.slips. r A* Ckirlwut felt right at borne. And to top lloMCo4 m. hi Ckri.fl. CkrtM 0.a *. 4 Watt af I.....
-.: _--- etc.. ironed alnd, int"l'' in 1925 when he purchased U... I. 55'. 50*. Cl's. ).. 1.101 "5554.5 5.. l00Iy &....s 0
rci..J.e.: ".* ,,,. c..ft4.4. ,,,,..... ; apparel dried for I* ,,,(,,., .. ih.lir. A.. ......... 5.4.5,5.ITt5.55 wearing '10 '"*'' '" F5.I4.. we had Captain Jake Martin of I grocery company ... >.... .. *, 5.4sIP01iPW4.a ... Itl I* 5 psIM. a* .,Ik. Ma kamd.Ua .,.
SIs.J I. 5. I home ironing We can give: MIS! Mi. WItS.. known through the boom ,_.a _... af (.. III .1 .. taunaM I*
i. : ; : :::;:: K..f n>... III II. 1-0.... 1_. the Glory, in car. When the : .
hs.ad5 Irl v r li-alt.. ." service and will II D.- .. .f... .. ojur ta'Is0.SISLh 5,44.. ,-.. .... A_. .. _
...... N. It' I.u". Kl>rf n. U'oi .. Ii. I I you two days :: In"" H. C,4.s51.S champion of the Atlanta CoastLIne I years as Moor and Hartman. SWMtj ....! *. _.a4rr *rM 10"

....w... ,I pick up and deliver your 1>.-8.... of 51.44. .. T.l., reached Since that time the postmaster vsocoeot1cc.amoess. la>'kr :'ratia* atoal t'
.. Stuart, Fla, we 5.10' City 5.... U af ,. III: III *.4 l lto I"
1 .
(, .....;1? PjId..1 :;;;:;; ;;:; .0? laundry. Use this ecomomcal I I NC* 'lIJs' -- Csit: ;Vi.HJ':.::; 1 has been actively Identified with REV HARRISON L. fACEARO, PaltaTU aarM., .... Maw ....., .... a.
? Ia.- ...,d.IAS Na 1115 MsS'i' ..... were Joined by Captain Jake 5104 .. 5..d.p 1455.5. *
service for' family. 111' u- .MNsas,4 ., the American Leglorf which he V .aaaar af Ut 141, al a Mw lbs r
I your I I'k T. *.. .... WoOls. .
a. Sat II. Siu.rt? Captain Martin had' been with wd aalal af knbwlai.Tkar .

I I'L: ;: .;: I J':.*r S5ysI.: jg1Ml. ,,:: ,I RATE ONLY H" "I.N..d.'k.... ". ":*".. *. II.*." *. *.._ his brother. Captain Dave Martin (served as Commander and other 'l am'ii'i'MllllllrrY .5.4..*SI4155.1.I. ?alj* ta SI kr. _.4554.... ......Hi. H.,

I .. MW Ii.15.' JI......,. tl.." ... | lOc PER POUND \'*., w! ILrWrt who has offices for t number of years CHURCH ..... 15 d.'sUA.d 0' 01-spA. 7))10
Pqa.,4 Ugh 5.. "ba....11.1541tI :. I Weighed When Dry.PEOPLE'S 5.Gas'I ,,.. 5 r.I running the I He Is a member of the Lutheran REV: t..... -.. N. 4 .* (411e.4S" ,lot .... ..
.si.jvrv: -I charter boat both U VOUNO falta ... .5. 10 II'
Roaring Forty T 5. Is
SALE. "il-41ll,4' .. '.da, I,., LAUNDRY I church Is Scottish I I. *. IB, 5..4.> SakaaLII
: ; Rite and I Iph 1.I055
tail. N.."...*. 10 5.,.... .., ii. ,! 5, {'. "os, H; T.rrr 4* I I. A. Joknm out of Stuart and Sheepshead lit ...*. 554ae varaklp.VHRISTIAF1 004.1 :1.-:;. ': = Oh.'O5.an4. : ;,
turn .......*..... ,-..reet '....".... Hit I Phone 287 5-li.--It".'*T ,.,, '' t.: 'la *. I. Grl<(;:: Bay for Florida York Rite Mason and a memberor .. I.kit Ka. I" aad. tk* Kt ><",
(1. H irfd In Edu W.I..5.,, early In December ;
I """. hi.""" *."*'- ,if the Shrine of S4rtSiceTiOCIITT OfII 5.. s..I. 115 .5'll'
...'j "f" I'.4.55Ia.5..51.S. *.H;. .. Roanoke Va. j b..dI'y W'
1 and
II i II. made the trip In 12 days 14.. GaO .4 1.44.. RIo.5l51.4 .
_. .. I M CII", 4*04.. .5* Mr. and -
- MURPHY &: DONALDSON 541. i u. .f .Khw.1 "U'Raawft.: Most of the sailing done the Mrs. Hartman built a .. ax'tVartTItrJIZrCHURCHU .... ISIS. dpr at 0m4.A. '
'y FOR SALE" : t: I on home on Stypmdnn blvd In 1923 _. 0. 5545 .. 114...', 1'-
NT, s.4"t; : outside Captain Dave Is snAils OP 17411471: roM 54.115155.0
I CHARMING BUNGALOW I AND FINISHING'I I M I M: ;(.::' i"f :;:'::: :':.5.''._5,111.C"".'.. : Winter resident of Stuart now and a whey they have made their home OP CMRUT, SCIENTIST or. "ITIN ro/l1'lTY. 5(4)55514.(

Cozy white hous* with blue-J,I PHONE 32.R I l M" U I'.--SHu, if ,1..ld..'" .! .....c"/,...W.K.*H..''r... I caters to sallflshlng and other during the past 20 years. They Srnaa-150Dto klrk tk* t"kar4 af Ik* ta.... ::=Mr C.a>lulin 5. 5 poiiwor, Sa.1)") ,
wifl k. a4 I I.
have four Jut. I.LECAi .
It. 14.
who have
shutters, attractively! furnish'cd. P.O.B0X604'I II 0 ....... .f P5.44.. .. ,, Florida game fishing parties. sons grownup c...... .lrUal Urauikaal tile **rtd
: Lila A. 8. ..
in Stuart 5.545..
Two bedrooms creened- ; twin granddaughters 5. ABVUTUU4EMTNOTKE
i Capt. Charles E. Van Note Ba Tka **
in porch across entire front ''I u PAr It ...;... .f....k;.:; ;;;;;'I II Nil. fj. -.5IMs.'tYlOi. I II''
II ...... 1"1..h. *. 5,4 COIl 111>.-11.... ... this Christmas r Sill. NAME
of house) gracious living 5114 r..... ,'.. ISN Wss1I I kn4. 10 Is N.*. A. Oils successfully: tested out anew for the: :. 1*. ......... ......) _.rlaaIka HERESY (IVKH tWt Ik

room with good-burning _..._- w.Ia1. ,. I. II.*... I* Wlll.rd i line of Illuminated I tint time sine the older boys ......*....... .ta Ik. falknHw tim s.dm4..i. >M "'". pwarblanCkaaur .
C. lures
Kill- Postmaster ..h. KlUai, 'Tkrr I 45 hsd.. ... '
h..... i left for aa* 00 IIMI. U flarUa.
brick i fire-place. Tiled "W. are distributors for *.". .1.C.'rf' *PmS .. "...." is. It Stuart some 10 yean ago R. W. HART AN I war service .blt, 5' ,. .*... to .._ a4 1141.: Mil rrrtff ::. tk. .. .:
kitchen andbath.. Garage. Southeast Wheel &: Rim 'I ( is ef 155' 0114551 0. 54. (.05. W Clrc.ll (-. I. .>4 laf Si'. 1 1CaMtr

Laundry addition in back of I Company Jacksonville It. ". LlTa.a.".' 10 H..>:> back for a few days fishing !J''""......,..'" "' ..........,.....................I MORI ABOUT -. _to .I...*...tIoo.11.11M 0.... 5515. of.545.5).s ....,..... MI rrraaf .. .e p.s
(.hr.. capl.:; van Note went out ofr 100.55' st. .. __..... tk* Mth% SM lki'

t house. I and carry a large stock of ,I, h, KoI.--C toh"I ;.. 5....).. .. limp lampano Tuetday. and promised going to Ohio; Northern 1ft T.pee.*. t.'s4.U" lp05a,._ .I 41544.... 1s51.4.. ... 500.-mO--n PALO CITY .TClIlIt.o, ... Ski'

entrances wheels and rims inl Wit ... I t......... .._ fraai tile C. ..... k>.. 5.lP1.514.1
Cement walk, both our store J. $50., 1. ....1. tlls,0t. to let us know his luck at.Ada. Ohio. He I SENATORCRARYContinued t mm ...s.54 hi k..i- .1 P510
with sand was '
i I completing .
11.1>. -ka,"",. ....k.. .. S. toatkaak tMaiWa .14 H-.Hk ttkI I W4 IW MrtDM. 4.Ioa.4 .Os'S
and laundry. 65 135.Price See us for prompt service 0115. k.. .... .. .
55 .
x fleas In the surf If he gets a his second year ol premed 5$54S5S' 55 5,5. .1. .. '
$9,950Cash $8,150 I and if you are in need of i *, '.I' t;: ,... 1"-CamE. I lsSdp f "us 1,14.0w 0.4, 40.. 1.- .1r':1! : "IPIIUS
I i "; :. .. a:..... '" WIMs.1IS v .* "pompthere will be only two I when World War I was de. ( ,. page One) .. *Ml aatlaaal aaaalitata= rs.'d,
wheels and :_ W 3' i't
Box 1383 extra :
Stuart rims. more Florida clared. Be the aiaal *a* tka IS M :
fish left joined Marine I
game on ... .
i... IL .... k.". 10 I. -55 Mara.La. .. aalckkar .. "'.
Humphries Tire & -, AI fL -I... .. C. .r..,.. A. .8..16.. his list for capture-tarpon and Corps and served as Drill Sergeant 'AIr ......,..... .515. -4.. e..,...
tO i'* .. of 1 1554W 5S755'flSUXIWV
r ytis 54(5, Om 1lsd5 ;is,5s; .; Appliance Co. I"iNs. S... J. Y. 1>. AI.., c.PASS bone majority the amount going ...........-- .45 .5 Is. ...... .
fO KdI fish
at Parrls Island
II..... ..Ib.a .11 55. UI 8 C.- for labor costs Last year's bud. .1.11. s0I5. ..5Il..h. 554' .....*. CISCA'fl'55D roe
Phone 139 Art ...... .... .... INTIIS
(I-tl" 7' 5511., training hundreds of .11- ms ..s45 : PLasma.
I J :m ;A .r."I'.f: ;.....l aa ..", s.". Fort Pierce Florida I 0.5' M.n .: .::. C. pm... recruits for get covered purchase of heav> .104 55 55. 5d 5.... -.... 10 MARTIN IN C54454C55YCALLIa COUNTY

L.",.... Cn,.a .... ... ..*tlk..:t Ut.. II. ... 0... I 1,' I.l'01.( N.... 5 5. ..pp .s i...... UCAL. ADVERTISEMENT_ overseas duty.Following machinery and truck as prelim' "::i rt5s00451.4. eo i 045.s ....
N.ChAY0. t
..4.1. P. 0 .Ii.. ..1*. ..... Ma.TOR __-____ C. 1'...... discharge he o.Iat_,,...
4.-I.5. I: 10'.1>.-1..,... 0. ,_ I. Sod. NOTICE: OP DISSOLUTION! joined mary necessities (or a road build -
f f Full SALk: (55 1k.hl. 54. Gad .. I' .f I .r-f.::: DUTMT la tau (.... "...1\' .. .'. .55,5. .5'lw' tint Ik.. rlK2kfe some buddies for a lug program. ''lit I'CIIA.-\; tVaA5Y J.1'ottD' ;- '

ldii1.. .. SoNo.. (.,.5. .. 5,.. s5. RECAPPED D.-w' ta. .I.. bask"' '."..."la. trip to Florida. While Jackson Special guests of the club In. THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND fOR "- or 5SJILKATIOIITIl

..., U By One of Florida's Longest I *".-.i.,| ti'U; Jail',1.' is T''".H..PsilS.L. *."".,. I IW 1 ....1.110.I04tp...., 4) ah.s,0 1.7S.,hi.J aad.-. tllle he was employed by the eluded Hiram 0. Bloomingdale MARTIN IN CMANCCIV COUMTY, FLORIDA. '055 I55'50ANT.' CAli,5. aS.

.' (ALE: S...ral II.., .1.. .. wkkMIW I W.D.-N. P. D..... .. .._ D. !""""' ...... ....*.... kr A...... H. Merrill Stevens Engineering New York kUNA 5511,5.5.5.pS51.W5 k 1 a.11..1. : ;;:
.110I.. .... ..,_. _.. foP ._ Established Firms. I..... Mi.... .ka.U. r>>.. k..laau f. department stars own. 5.. ; : : ;
>aral *..i.MM *..<.... A...... Do kan. Our 13th Year i i 554-554,54 M,., C.. lb. P.1,1k', ... ....11 *.. ..' .'"...., ......_ company M a chemist at their er who became a new winter: \ .45P.4 ski .5..
)>Wa II UakMi Sla) II *.W.5.-41.s.4.: W.Ik., :: I I. n. 110", .1.." H._ C_ 554,1. new mill which JA.MS.htLia., 1
Job Guaranteed I 10'111....... AmsI4 5:. rk>.. 5. ana dlual nl. 5'0.I04S5 ,... was then resident last winter when he SI,.,. IS:iEt:5: 15.44.5re
i Every W 0-5.,0.. II,. a.r af experimenting wtb: the ORDER or "' Jt&rSr, ,Ol5 75.
FOR 111.., T.. *uukl.. *.... .... MV. 5. '*"". Do'...' maa. r. 0105 develop purchased the Philippe d. V Hull .,
.k'itolT2 Ikl. TO THE
All SizesHUMPHRIES ASIA W. U. l.d af I....... II4T """"'PANT. JAMU *. Hit.UWAL .
...1._........tWM.. .lran.ra T.f.far .*.!..'cki...Utrlf ... I lk Aol.. J. *. < .!.. lo Tk. P.PsbII.."" KLtCTHlC 5y. Ut.RVlCE' a RkPAIR; 4Ow ment of the sugar Indllltry"1hJ1orIda. tar estate on Bewail Point. Asked .Ltw..1':'", T._a. .k_ _- ..... W.. ..).* .:!rE\:: \. 4. 't.apo.

Km AtlkarRrln) 151..... ..- U. U. TIRE Mtp.i.W"- .0. ,TIH M ? &** '-. 7s,1.' to tell why he tame to Stuart 5mb.. bmW ..... Ie _, ..d ..... --- .: ,.-...

A APPUANCE CO; I --.. .. ---_._ _,a.,. s: !' The >company sent him as as- b* related 4.0.5,4 5). .55514 1\<_ .. ....
5'.o 5A1.hs MoM ZS: 1 ..-...., I --- _........:. _. a flohlnt*- ezmdi..-.-- .00 =! o 50 y-a:; wails 551114.. .
..< atralK Mator wltk. ...ft: Phone 139 r5 ), 451 501(5 .... 011111550. 55 e.0IlmCsPk. r.:
) I ,.tii ..t '. ai T.... ....... amid FORT PIERCED. Expert .it.. will .. ..._.... .. 0 .1'
Factory-Trained '.5. l< f.rtkar arZra! /wi pt t\o fI II.
Front tkat Or.A
II. 1*. II. I... S.
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'SI la ...*....* .%* JSmyfntSi**..Vi'.. NOW I 5.5p.5 -.44..... 55 SIms, .: : :_ ::
'' stii: .fir....,.. LAWN MOWING LSER'VICE Bj'laN TO TAKE C>** OF YOUR WHEEL AUOB>IE'iT'' SIHA1CHTENUIO 1.0'.. 545554.. . L.LSaM5 .fl51....!!. ;.
i.-'j.-: WHEEL AXLES .
r ....r' ETe. SloSh 4555 OID&.o. so ,*
_ POWER LAWN MOWER \ P1.ld.' ISa ."Jt: ..... 1L.1'I"
t I 505 sASS 54,0,45.5 .m4 5.7 05.5 :;.1JIt ::1 '
55 I,, .4 555 0.4 51135 4. WE HAVE Obtk Wc 0..s. T5T515 .JiiiiYiii. tw f
iam4cob, it. a. 11510.. 5.. 41 REGULARLY AT A NEW STOCK OF *..,t mold.. '
600:16 (
f. TIRES it*. S, IS a4 tf 1141CulwaiTiaai AaIilia <<
REASONABLE FEE J .-:'--" ,. 4 .. ...

.. W'ttAWpt Third Si. 05.-a"I., NOTIQ1. ; :. ;

II'L' : O. Box 485 I WILEY MOTOR CO. P1.1 .0045 :1l; ; .

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.. o- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamison of Martin County Ho me.Demonabra- SOCIAL SECURITY VISISA
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORSHOUSE Iscl; News of roi Miami were holiday guests of his tion Agent; iVjr'
representative of the Social
parents; Mr. and Mn.l.A.Jamison IMS me
WIRINGAPPUANCEREPAIRS on East ruth' Street. No. of organized HomeDemonatratlon Security administration field office Buildings
Stuart Coat'dTRAYIORS I e,- In West Palm Beach will be

Mr, and Mrs Leon Davidson at the court room in Stuart on
G==OClOr:::=::lOCIO I clubs __...__ 1 4
Free Pick-up and Delivery Service HAVECHRISTMAS ,I and baby, who have lived in No. organized 4-H Tuesday, Jan. 7, at 10 a. m, At -
Stuart" since the war, hive mov* that time he will be glad to discuss al
OPEN HOUSE ed to Birmingham Mr. David clubs for girls _..._ 4 t the old-age and survivors
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Tray* son will rejoin'the Birmingham No. metho demonstrations provisions .
hristopher Electric Insurance of the Social
ShopS lor were at home on Christmas fire department,of which he was given __,_80 ,to Security Act and to take applications Is Still Scarce
day, to 150 friends ,Iron 1to organised club
a member before the war. No. for benefits under such
OsceoU St. Phones 11M82-M 4. The Traylor borne at Port I meetings held 75 9Attendance I provisions BUT

Sewall with Florida wu beautifully holly Christmas decorated Mr, and'Mra. T. O. McCloskyand meetings at. .. .. .,.870 1240
1 daughter Cheryl, entertained -
greens, and a prolusion, ot'red at Christmas dinner at the No. Office callsconcerning Casa Lumber Co.
and white gladioli: extension Albert L. Hackett
George Washington Hotel In West'aim
IENSEN BLOCK MFG. Beach. work ,.. .299 156.
CO. Their guests were Bookkeeping; and Tax
MR. AND MRS. R. B. KRATZ Mr and Mrs Herbert Young and' No. telephone calls Service Is Still Doing Its Best To Supply You '
P O. Box ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON son, Paul. concerning extension PHONE 66.a .
1089 Stuart, Florida P O Box lilt
work ,.._..,...106 114
Mr, and Mr R.E. Kratj hare ..< M Siuart, Florida
Standard 8 x 8 x 16 inch announced the birth of a ion, Mr and Mrs Smithof No. of news article ...
George ___, ... 60 _. _.- ._- .,., .....-..."
Donald Francis published .40 --- ------ -
Partition Blocks 4 It 8.z16 Dec. II, at Palm City Mr. and Mrs
Oneida N Y Mr Krata served Clarence Felnauer and their five No. radio talks concerting I-
CONCRETE BLOCKSPlant at a nurse at Martin, County children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross extension
Hospital for two years while her Wlthara and son,Chester,motored work ..__,_ 0 t 00
Located'At husband was stationed at Camp to West Palm Beach Wednesday No. of Bulletins distributed -

Church Street Jensen, Florida: Murphy afternoon to be dinner guests '=.;:.390 585 I
:of Sgt. and Mrs. R. E. McNeese
To remove after-holiday Cranberry
MERCHANT MARINE or other cooked fruit
adio or Appliance Troubles? I Christmas greetings were re- HomeDemonstration try sponging with cold SINKS ARE BACK
I celved In Stuart from Francis first and a gentle rubbing
CALL i Matthews who spent the holidaysIn Ing water poured on,the
Portland, Me. He Is now assistant also may be effective.the stain JNLIFETWrfc
BROS. engineer on the S. O NotesBy does not come off entirely, try a _
IorFAST. Portland, .a tanker plying ;the drop of lemon Juice followed bya I
Atlantic coastdARTONS HISS LUCIUt INSCOEIt thorough rinsing in cold water.
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ENTERTAIN Is always Interesting to check Dont forget to use Florida
over an annual report, and eora- cltrui Try making some biscuit.
pare> facts and figures from one using grapefruit Juice in the I
Mr. and Mr*. J, A. Barton entertained
a<:cola Ave. Phone Stuart 209 fear to another.. place of sour milk. Use recipe
at't.tamDjdinner The\ following facts were taken for soda biscuit.Let us know how I
Christmas day Quests were Mr.
from the yearly reports of the like these. w
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you I TOaEAN
and Mrs Eddie Lee Barton, Mr. .w xv fr
and Mrs 1. D. Barton and sons, I II'

RAY'S LUNCH BAR Eddie Richard, and Oonnle. I I Yes a

SANDWICHES COFFEE HOMEMADE PIES Thomas B. Donnelley who attends
Oraham-Eclces School In LAUNDRYPhone .
BOTTLED BEER Paint Beach spent the Christmas
j holidays with his parents, Mr.
Open Till I Ii30 A. M.
Every Night and Mrs.: Thome Donnelley ol
Drop I Ip For Thai Late Hour Snack Kobe Sound. ECONOMICAL TO OWN
Federal Highway Opposite ..Ed.... Fruit Stand
Mr. and Mrs Charles J. Haden
,'AND Permanently and incomparably beautiful lank)
of Atlanta arrived last weekto DECORATES ANY KITCHEN
spend the holidays with Mr tary and efficient. a joy to use. No lurfac t
and Mrs. WUlaford WE WILL PICK UP -*-,, I
Ransom finish to crack:or wer off, no foothold for odors .
Leach at their home Tuckahoe, AGELESS BEAUTY a ,
or food deposits, impervious to vegetable acids, f
FLOWERS For All on the Indian River. Your Laundry
OCCASIONS -. hot pans or hard usage, blends with any color

'. Mr. and Mrs,WUlaford Ransom CLEAN, SANITARY and ECONOMICAL scheme--modernizes any kitchen. When you own MORE SANITARY/
Leach; Allen O Leach, and Will
Sink be have the finest
lam Leach were entertained at
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED GIFT WARE' luncheon last week by the W. sink: ever built--* (prized lifetime I">> scssilJCl. MOST DURABLE.OF ALLHALL'S d.

POTTED PLANTS Eglm Bradleys of Convent N. I I
J. Luncheon.was served at the LAUNDRY

WIRE FLOWERS here the Bradleys are spending .

Arcade Bdg( 5th St.,.Ft Pierce, ,Phone 310-J the winter" e fhone: 287 I POST OFFICE ARCADE I'. PHONE 13 j I :

.. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ddh- ___ ______ ..__________._. __._._. P ..Ii,
scombe and her mother Mrs. i
. Katherine Lewis Beth, all of
Fort Lauderdale, spent Christmas .
day with Mr Dunscombe'a '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll

oe Dunscombe _In st.. Lucle. Estates. .'. The New ,

Sen. and Mrs. Evans Crary .1 .
Bowl feat vtlee. Monday night
they attended a. cocktail party
given by the Orange Bowl Committee -

Country Club; Tuesday they were
guests at a party at the Coral
Cables Country Club: and Wednesday '
I the Orange Bowl game 1 ;. 'II'

Mr. and -Mrs' -Fred, Lelghty Is Here!,

.,. and 'sons of Connellsvllle Pa,, '
are spending the holidays with
The amount of ,money paid out furnish .
Mr. and Mrs Ronald Cross. Mrs .I
you with telephone service is Increasing Lelghty Is Mrs. Cross' slater. : f; : /
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faster than 1b.} amount taken -' ,

la. That's because telephone materials ,' Mrs her'$home len Aspinwall on Albany has Ave leased fora We.wilMiave, ;a. ; one on display all week. Come o er'I..

wages, services'and new building costs year to Mr. and Mrs Ford Car rti-
ter, jr., from. Michigan. Mrs .'. .
have all gone) '
up tremendously, while ,
t" Asplnwall Is in West Palm Beach > and see it. ,

,telephone rates have remained as low' or and plans to go to California to -
lower than they were hang |oln" her son, Lt Comdr R.'L.I i .
years igo '
Mastln. ; ,
:Telephone: earnings today are not only 1"- :; '
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the lowest In history but ere dangerouslylow Mr; and Mrs Jack Heaton of $, > "

despite a record volume of business.Reasonable' Jensen had as their Christmas ,*, ;, prettiest, most practical post-war automobile lie
dinner guests Mrs. Beaton's parents ,, ,,. .
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earnings are required to. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rlcou ,-t'P ."", ','< "" \ '* ., ,

safeguard the full usefulness of the telephone and their daughters Ernie.and \A" '. <;we. have seen. eto

" for you and your community, Mollle 'Vt L' \ "
f. A )HEW BOOK FOR : ...

SwoWlell Tshphene" and Telegraph Company" GROWERS ; ,,,' .,' 'i T.w ofWe

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TOMMYWISHES Indian River DriveMlMMUmMIUHMMIIUMIIIMMJUUIt j{ads i\,member \ [ 1' :'
.. : ALL I ,'p AH ''w be ,
A Happy and Prosperous New Yer AVXTAL MUErlSGI.VDU 'we and re ,',, )t .

We 'Carry e. lUtE* DtrVEAMocuno rat ] parity\ a I | .
A Complete Annual meeting ani *>:>ioc be \money I i
_ ,of olden of the, Uvtar ,RlTer0rt {'patch' ) ; )
; '. Lane of aatociaBon v. be ned ,\1 B. L ; I I : ( ? ) 1

'g' ChoiceLiquon IS YOUR UVER .( : j j GAY The I Ij (j*
TO : I,I ,
red Is
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.I + West ;
Wines fcrcaa of esMJlpatan or ta1l1t1 ... t. W. I
11 to* lai bWcueo or, m '
and 1 Laud wh sea bndcb. base. U. )l1 : '
trcuctr. Foe wry w pa::jsej too saga ] ;!
bunlrt tc user,Re area utfiraM ,+,
Cordials, ( .r- p-in t .tecttea ing, t J ; '
ease _U. VlUCA <(itrk < she Mr and '
lever, tarp erg It from wvTtaie pnrrtr .>
ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE MIXED DRINKS .Ttmt tt the urn In IT ve. rwir red 'I '
,teed ST T t> Mcnr easaeab.sage hrl? more
r '
sweep' ti per Ce emote &D4UIWJ' Pierce i
TOMMY'S I BAR and GRILL and tested horns l cutler Ko1 Iron V.-T youri'aeatieb ant 'fj end )In. I
: nu sued oM poi fw u ittMCMO. > sonville '
UcM*:>c at tiretsw* I I
j Take CALOTABS Cut ;

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\ By swfttdw.{ this Free Public Lecture entitled ,win. Vrv dinner :
"Christian Science Reveals the Ideal Man"by Emit '' '

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.r*, Evelyn' Hejrwood c. S. B, of London, England ;with Mri i'that'I rectipns a i '
!, '1.' 'Kwwbflr ref the B/*rd A#' Lectureship: of The MJtbflr Chtcrsh: 'had 1 '
:j' T*\* Firm tt diunfe rbrtt Stk-nturt. in Boston Magcbiutt ( Stuart w '
"A:, iA !) for !
\ The Church Edifice, Flagler Drive i the and ',day Don
and Okeechobee Road of the &
'I Thursday, January 9, at 8:15 P. M. a> denuJ and .- {
..\.'ndF'r' the. auspices < tf f First Church: of Christ. Scientist. waiter '
Ml are vu-lconif: West Palm Beach. Florida \ of erty a re!)

i ." _. _. ___ ___ a ''former lit and i
hotel : :
I' s.ho Mr ; .

: West Palm Beach Directory in< U II lU cousins ho in: :

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/ WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH I Carp t Mr. \ 1 '
:her ing a j
Ml( _.. T. Ml MOMHAWfHORNE : which .In'1 I i
:MISS i t '
oornc-wtteT: METAL, ,DTi F i I
HEATDkC!\ -V AT'NG ".iR .Tony :::I I !
OKfC1AAa rtsaATrs w OPT1'JlTalJTW.r ouvs WATgPPUOOrnuG I Ir A j, came the In I
ed a( on
j at City
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r 512 Clematis St silt LOCK WORKS .
Furniture and 102 First St. -*- Phone 7890We I ,Blue
Houe Furnishings I repair Anything pf Mf
I with In Eden

I ed suit brrg by the and dinner derdale'; I

Jar :Middle ;
La POINIE'SIMPORTED acted ness <>> Cot :
mond Mist & ;
and"C.OSTUME JEWFLRY Mrs."' Cot Mist

t. her and CaL
Wwh You All on Blue i
t were
the of CJeTe

I A Happy and Prosperous New Year'I Friday i
I t't' t home berg on Snow their I

Piss Watches I:to '; ,the guests"

Earrings Rings I(.fnd!' WI I Jack :

Expert Watch Repairing and Engraving Harry and !
1 Watch Crystals Fitted While You Wait guest spent!in'
i Mr. and .
.; La POINTE'SIMPORTED : orchid Walton.tore '

and COSTUME JEWFLRY 7-oz I Miami,Mr ( i


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I : -RAlPH ULMER MOTOR ED MAPP' hj,her'fnud can.Its; performance hulllad. how to make! 'L-

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TIm STUART NEWS, STI alCount FLORIDA TnuasoAY, JAN. I, un .._ r' 1PAGE
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nuuiiiiiniiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiijPak l i l i l l I I I I I I I I I I I 22, 'n route to Daytona. Beach, law,Mr. and Mrs Charles Leighton iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiikiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiii- -- .

; City News where they spent the, holiday left last Thursday to return NEWS OF MARTIN COUNTY .1 '
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season with their daughter and 'and
i Br ANNA & DATiiniiiiiiiiiniiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" sister, Dorothy, and son-in-law, .'Harry Frailer, a former Indian River Drive TEACHERS GET : HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Palm City boy, left recently for
Rer George Penn and family. California where he expects to By VIVA CLARKiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii :
Mrs, Uuretta K. Oaede and Mrs. Lula Halsted and daughter soon be ordered for oversea / ;
laughter, Miss! Lauretta, of Lake' Miss Annie Hallburton. of duty. of Mrs Wuimore mother, Mrs. $1,585 YEAR .
Jersey Shore:, Pa., who were holiday Ruth Richard! in Eden. '
Worth, were visitors bere and In Mrs Rose leighton la spendIng MARTIN
visitors at the home of Mrs Arriving from their home In COUNTY CLEANERS '
ituart over ihe.. ;week. end of .Dec.. HaLstods daughter and son-ln- several weeks at the homeof Jersey City Tuesday were Mr. Lea Than Average For t.I't.
her son-in-law, _
--- daughter and
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P -" -'- and Mrs *. Kroesslg, parent* of Dade I I. ,
States County
Mr. and Mn Noah Ludlum, and Mrs.Joseph Wotnmgton Mr. and ) WE DO'JV10DERN
THE NEW fatally
Mn KittfMtg will remain I -
Mrs. A. 1:. Stanley, ar pent throughout the winter season as
lubricated While In A Swaying Motion. topic time during 'the holidaysat guests of Ute] Worthington ((ENS I-The DRY CLEANING. and PRESSING I i.I
No Extra Charge the home oj her son; Gordon, Mrs Edgar: >K.> : Martin and son, average salary paid to classroom
and his family in Miami. David, hone front Trl-State\ collage teachers in the State for 1941-46 EXPERT DYEING BERLOU MOTH PROOFING Ill
MOTOSWAY Mr*. Walter Bembry and in Indiana were Christmas was only $1661 a year or $3194 I
daughter, Mrs. Pearl Kreldler guests of lift and Mrs' Trlppe'! a week for 52 week. according
Increase Life of, Car Reduce Repair Bill and daughter from the take Whitaker and daughter, Miss to report submitted to State RUG CLEANING WATER PROOFING ) 1 r
were recent visitor at the homesof Regina, at their home in Coral '
ot Public
STUART-SERVICE STATION their Palm City friends Gable The returned to Wal- Superintendent in, "II
structionColin English by the
Mr.Ida M. and '
Pinney daughter ton. Thursday'evening.. r! I
school I
WvG.Rein Phone 9144 ,Mabel, and friend,Miss Helen Mr and Mrs E. Mlchelson county superintendents i ,
Mldendorf, arrived from their from Chicago have arrived and' Martin county teachers averaged A Trial Will Convinve'Y
only $1,885 for a yearswork o.u ;
New Jersey home to spend the
opened their winter cottage In the survey revealed 1 1I
Christmas holiday here. Miss !
Eden where they will remain bade classroom teach
Mabel and Miss Helen will return -
during season. ers receivd the highest amount!
HUTTORadio next week to resume their Mr. and Mrs Tom Maxey and -I
with I of
an average salary $2,268
regular school work. ..
Mr, and Vir Curl Maxey arrived !
or $4361 week for 52
a year a '
Mr and Mrs. David Waldron
from ,
are now living In the home of to spend Friday I number Amarlcus of day with Da. Seeks and Jefferson county paid, >lt1h'r l
and Appliance} Co.; I I her mother and stepfather, Mr. Mr and .r.... John E. Conway in the lowest with only $1.000 a / f
year or an average of $1921 a
and Mrs Charles Evans DaYl.drecently Eldred., the friendship of these ;
I week for a period of a year. BESS HARDWARE CO.
"ALL' A PROSPEROUS HAPPY has dischargedfrom couples date back: many years.Dr. Only 13 counties paid more
the .
Army. and Mrs }. A. QattUn and 1111
NEW than the of $16(1,These
.! A.L.! .. y fc I Mr. and Mr*. Douglas Leighton Madison Weeks.Cldred: have returned average
Y and three have are: Dade $2,268: Palm Beach
ONAN 10 H.P. AIR COOLED I I been spending a two-weeks'daughter holiday days Chrtttnia horns after vacationing a number with of $::,088; Plnellaa, 1.943: Broward, WHERE FISHING BEGINS '
$1916: Duval $1887; Orange, -
vacation with her mother I
old fireside Mr. and Mrs. F O
I $1807; Hlllfiborough $1750; Monroe -
MARINE MOTOR atSunnyslde; 1. t.. N.Y. Hanks, at pannellon Dr. and
$1731; Sarasota, $1699; HARDWARE REFRIGERATION
Mr and Mrs M. M. Baker lefton {
I Mrs Oattlln and Mr. and Mr* Charlotte $1.692; Hendry, $1,680; .
Electric Dec. 20 for a ten-day holiday Hank liven In the same apart- Volusla. $1.677 and Polk, $1.670.I 1
QNAN Light Plants I Tuscaloosa ;
I visit In Ala, at Mr.Bakers' ment house In New York for The figures submitted Include HOUSEHOLD GOODS ELECTRIC i J
(Gasoline Operated) II former home. many year and It was at the
I both\: Negro and white" classroom / ,
Miss Laura Mattison Is visiting Hank hone that Mr and Mrs '!land
Instructors not include
I at the home of her do SPORTING GOODS TACKLE
I Oattlln met Rex Beach, the au- '
paid principals or
i Mr.and Mrs E.S.Mattlson,Palm thor, af.er1e\ \ and Mr. Hanks ,
other staff members.ABJTRACTS
APPLIANCES I City Farms. had spent Wo and a half years I'
The Palm City Woman Club: together 11 Alaska Enroute to --- ---,-
Paints and Oils and Marine Hardware ,
I will meet,on the fourth Friday: Dunnellon time] Oattllns and Mr. ,
Weeks were luncheon guest of
204 Oaccola:, Ave Opposite Fire Dept. I-:I II Arthur Sh'tiero' In Apopka.
President,Mrs Robert Montgomery Mr and M", Robert McKect- Flirting Tackle Repair Parts and Service
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-- -- -president
; ---I : nle of !:ld..d1\ ,ve as house
belle Felnauer: Secretary, Mr, guests Mrs. McKechnles sister .
Mary Porter: Treasurer, Mr. and husbsndrMr. and Mrs. Wll- S' I
i Paul DeVUlblas The Christmas I lam: May arid her nephew Mr. i l
1'party was a grand success. Mr., and Mr*.Nelson] May and daughters I KELVINATOR and CROSLEY j
W C, DeLong and MrjjE. FeinI -I Marylln and Margaret Ann t
I auer were the hostesses from Detroit They anticipate I ,!
Mrs. Lena Felgle of MI ml arrived 'leaving fOr their respective
I at the home of her mrents, homes this week. :
i and returned the put
I week end. Her brother, Clifford,; :Richard I. fiudhoff. 19, aviation TITLE INSURANCE'
ar'u uaJ spent Christmas at his Miami electronic mate, third '
> iy home. j class, X7SN soft of Herbert Sud- FLORIDA On the Air Daily 5:45: P. M. t ;'1 ':
< Zallne Smith,fifteen,daughter hoff of Stuart ha reported to ABSTRACT CO. '
t>f Mr. and Mr. LeRoy Smith 1* the Naval Air! Technical .Trainli I
I ,JIM KENNEDY I Day Phones 38 and 216 Nit 44-R-4 Box N ,
spending the holidays with g Center Ward Island Corpus r.,4... : :
:friend In Stuart. Zallne and her I Christl.T c s. for a 44 week, 'TUAIIT. FLORIDA I 111 ,
sister, Catherine Levine, are student course of instruction at the Aviation I ((1 I
at Electronics Basic Maintenance
the Baptist Home in -
Arcadia. The two younger sistf -: school.SOMETHING.

ra were adopted out. Their NEW IN !,r' tl
mother,Mrs Myrtle Smith pass
Bill ed away about a year ago in New I LUBRICATIONJIELDWalter '
York. They will be rememberedhere O. J Rein of Stuart-Serv- Lower .Prices on Laundry ,,
as having lived in the Van tee.Station has added an Innova- _
Come in and Smith house. Friends will be gladto tion In lubrication In the form of
buy anything want
you learn ot their good care and a "Moto-Sway" machine, which
education. operates by compressed air, per "
amount wantAdd the
any you'
: up
mitting greasing while the car All Laundry Carefully Washed did
totals Fire damages aiM weakens Is being stayed and shaken by Finish work -
trees, making them easy prey for the device. The new service Is and Finished ,
Insects and wood rotting fungi without extra cost, Rein said


,From 10 70 'I' Waterfront PropertiesAlong SHIRTS .20 PANTS ..35'DRESSEs .40
Total the Indian and St. Lucle rivers, and Bob* Sound

Ocean Frontage /
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And Pay the Difference C I ,
THIS IS FIRESTONE'S WAY OF co i .4 ; Flat "work"L: Lb. I

SAYING" I RIVER i 7r 1 r I :::: ; :

g Apparel Finished'and Flat Work
i I Family, finish-washed Clean and Ironed ;... .............. .......... ............. ,.30 Lb. 4
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I I III Wearing'Apparel Washed Clean and Returned

NEW ',YEAR, I Thrifty. finish-Damp Flat'Work Ironed.. .................. .... .. .......,.. .10 Lb.

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.. our way, of thanking you for your \f'. dr Wearing Apparel Washed Clean and Dried for'' Is
Rough _
pass patronage. y. Home Ironing, Flat Work Finished ...._.............1.10 Lb.
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'Start the New ,Year Right By Trading i '. ,.;.. All Clothes Washed Clean" e
,., .. ,k Wet wash ,

Your, i'
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This Saving I Is Good Till Jan. 12th 4",. -

'- We Call ,For and DeliverPEOPLES'

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Coleman's Home and !

Listings. of Improved and Unlmproe4 Properties ; "

Throughout Martin County LAUNDRYFlagler :

Auto, 'Supply'Plao.... StwaD1 ACREAGE'e."' ( Elver-to-l e.gtAi4Cggs&. ver, ny...... ,Avenue -)) : Stuart, FloridaPhone

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Babson's 1947
Q51e I} tunr't G\u Henry Van Dyke t I rL

, ,. Coofmwtf from pep; CM) T. be rl'iof J life, because it gives i you the chance ,}

!4'\, hblWlfd every 'Thursday! at i low and to work and to pUy and to look op at th" tanl t
b'-h! !n hours and in rolls labor leaden discouraging
Stuart Martin County Ko-ifti! pay to be satisfied with your possessions, but not contested
j anti: < nvt'll'lh1U.ndin' :: .
by Stuart Dally Ktrt, be,. a, ,27} Many industries now operating on a forty-hour with yourself until you have made! the best of them) to

? Florida corporatloa.Enured 'week! velireturn\ to a longer week during 1947. There' despite nothing in UM world except falsehood and *.*...
matter at a*the aeeond-claai port off Jet BU at*, Will"be fto wage reductions and some further advances. neu, and to far nothing except ccwardicet t* ... .0'.

Stuart !(Ones", wider! the Acts 2$. The Government! will try to demand better managoa.ent vriMd by your adn ration rather than fcy your d..fJt.!

e of March t, ire. and ckwer labor nanagpment relation Suck' <. covet notbtag that U your BnfBbor' except his kiadI 5
A FREE PRESS prospects are not bright for 1947; Cut Congres' will repeal' I meal of heart and gentleness of maiuMr! to think eI4om It ; _

31 YEARS: OF ER VICE or Amend' sonic of the ,present labor laws whkh are very 1 .f your ene.sisa, often o( your friends and, every day of

and n., *.MM Pt..r.,,... >M i unfair. to management Ixf'LAnox. Christ and to ipend a* much tune a. you can with body i4VI

& =.. .:.. ..:r';'... 29 and. with spuit, in God' ..tof-doors.-the. are little
The Inflation
Era, which we have been forecasting
A FREE .. ,.. .
1st!! 4 es. $ aa..e.r bxsrs I(1 de-posh oa the foot-path ef peacei ,
.. r"1.1 "; "1 1.4. n. saws t. 2r.vr /leas printing of currency will not come until after 1950.
air .... '. lava I" _
"ir" .....174:... r.r_,.._k1i0Nr1., .. UIN The pu ftamp. !power of the dollar will continue' to de. i THE NEW YEAR '

... ., ... ..;,. ffiiit. '* 4J. --- .
-- -
L. htr' .r Esc -- tie,,.., Mbee t r a-All 1S47 wage increases! will' be distinctly Inflationary I It is a goad opportunity us all thai the spiritual I
ItM ? r _' ..ewera.ou. sa.n.e.. i r' experience of Christmas occur just one week ahead of the

scBscsnmov RATES 31 ,Sometime'during W47 production. many lines ( New lear to that we can carry forward it* message of

., II.. ,... .. 1__. 7" ,.... .. '" ill have caught up with Consumption. people will hare' fifth in the destiny! o1. nan and the dignity of the indiviidaaL -

A, .' .. .4 Yale _, .. fpfttt l their leavings and then there will be a surplus of j I If
+' l. ux faw g' t4.. { Creed vanish in the real tptrtt of, Christmas It lives
.. !
n. A" :: 'In, .M le, $,tlblir,,,., .r OJ .... :":'+2. It Stalin's health continue rood he will be the; wherever there is genuine smile a friendly word., an '

MlMBfR OF THE: SSOCItTtD: PUSS v, orid's moot' powerful man in 1947, even from an economic i honest heart. Up: out of the ('age beat a human and unjderstanding .-

,------ standpoint. -, 1\\ heart and rings a clear voice carrying a message -

-= .oohho o. oOoo 0 STOCK MARKET >., of love .nd quare-dealing' .
34 Th rails may suffer still further decline someum ,lie are a'l! the better for it. Not one of the Galkleos,

Worthy of Meditation \ K during 1947 Certain industrial; manufacturing 1 Xewton: Edi .>n*, Ein te>in* or "atomic scientists" of the

C=O'O=O teO other war stock will (further; decline during 1947; but :material work) ha* evfer given us Much a "discovery" to

tile' IJoft) Industrial Average will register higher 'bring joy to ihe-f c<'1 of children and goodwill to the ,JEEM
Bj now' > tfce mOlt j trryHtd price ftnmetime durinjI947 than the December. J194C, !hearts set men.<<.: "

tanner' that la.ting afiiajicrti, ate not made b)' International ; atersges. All depend upon how Labor behave in Am-I o--o-o f N

pohtK. ( *$, ThtM-, *hfefly'the veaglh of mutual depend- erjea and how Russia behave* abroad and upon what the \ The New Year "will!! be filled with opportunity for

I ,-/ir/ and an rJU..IIt"ne4, J public opinion" tOt can refpectii !lnud,: \ Vain!!!* do as to disarmament. I every one of us. each in the light of his understanding.

,J -' imitariti and admit, -jtclletwe in form 84 the safest mock to buy--considenny value, in- : Materially speaking there are great chance for prog-
'. any I crt" and !*afety-will continue to be ehain-rtore" and'freaeation" ''revive' work and creative industry at every hand-but rallWllllfftilltUlIUl"n"'IIUIUJ'IIIIIR''lnn''IIIIt.I" UtullIllIIIIIlM
-P.e\. Robt I. (;iann ,JtiiiiiiioiiiHiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii '
<+.n, < none of them can be regarded as a real opportunity except
1 II! 35.. l'>4& saw a large decline: in certain stocks! compared f Jin the viewpoint of stewardvhip.I Hortlculturally[ Speaking

.. / iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii' wi'h' the average Switching will be the outstanding 1 I I To be realty successful in 1947, each man and w om-

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR mark feature during 1947 Especially watch for aft w ho create must do r w uneelflshly! -realizing that he
Ii airline tocks iiitMiiiiniHMiiiniinifNiiiHHiiiiimiiHiimiHmmiiiiiiiniinnrm lIIlII
baivain in 'grows!' in taure onh a.. he helps others
AiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii J' + iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimI :16 The stock market will. continue to witness creating' I The idea of personal ownership and personal *ggmndirement Our ttxnnwn garden'Hmiarti Is in well known in the tmpk' ill

I ',f, ,-i"'" ,d 1 tc: N ., .''d I ',vrt- a 1 1-r- t, -h.. ....j".r'j general inflation and no evidence yet exists as to whether' of wral'h' are fiction Men own nothing over the world that rnnptimes we overlook' : the fact that it bails) on
,' ,, she 'c"' trmunirtie! break in 1946 was the beginning of area excels th" orient of their fellow, and even of last ISO different kinds of Hhfscns.
: 1" '1 r : f d,1 i ,t. a a t* nm Mtrr?f\ :cu d\(' by common >t The garden species (/UiMnu
1 L :, : ; :U ''i, ;rl':1:UUil, ;;if r, j' doubn in*t:: *'t u f fIn ;, :'t : I I.'AT market or only a reaction of a bull market. that ix no more than a temporary< odianshlp.I. nxrA issir) hoi been crated and I't'-ens sit bv hvhrklftm until

1 ., r hi-1--1 1 ;. '.,' Ir. <'(rr'ctKMi) with a ;2.? ; (!> BONDS 1 I. The reel opportunity i* to bemallteroJouro.1l1pirlt I there are red, orange, pink yellow, ,palmnn. and white:'bkmnnu boll,
h.. e :'17: Although bank loaning rate should continue a to free yourself! from the bondage your own ingle and double u well u muted rotors, and there seems to be ho

;Mi,.. I U'yd!' i Tu.was duly astonwred when slowly! > | upward) tendency interest rate in general will remain ';appetites, to conquer hete and selfishness. Only as each I end to the. huo and combinations. The first pure, ran f'-l1owered
.j j th.
...r i I'i'! ml\u\ Ji, K k r", dropped a double egg ',n io-w through 1947 The money supply, i in now 28'above ;Hof i us do that will, our larger replicas, the> nations, reflect plant I have era Men, given to roe by Paul Swednie of Fort LmklmLil,.

ber 16 It weighed) 4.7 ouncen." measured 6"t inche around normal and Government financing demand con.tin'kltd ''nobility and peace, They are what we are. under the name\ "Neutrality,*'bloomed in my yard this week 'Pcr+rajn

the .h',/rt i"nand ;j/'I mcjle the loejrlway It is :4tiIJ"1n 'low rate FeJ, 0-0-0 the most aimtng coW combination b the bright x .
: reduction in
dipla lilt the :ttuart> Feed >Store, 38 Anticipating! an expected erattanner The greatest gift of the New Year for each of us fused with red from the center' ; I have three diff emit-flowered pled-
vA4d tt,, 1947 should: see a further falling off in the price would be to recapture the quality of wonder, which, was. (pf this ripe. one from Swedroe, one from the EdeiiUwn) Nurseries 2

i of most municipal and other tax-exempt bonds I our a* children. milei; mirth of )jrrarti Beach! and one 1 grew (from cutting gnco, mI .
Bert Simile
; Anttrolory: ,! bonds holdsteSdy '
rt '. where ( S9 Some high-grade corporation may Remt'mbtrben the world was new when all was" I by MIL B. C. Diiwr from plant on 'her Jupiter( Island. estate. TVfViwen
t? some ncientwU Have-been tJi* ltin later will decline considerably The
upon but/; sooner or : unexplained, when the faces of people, bird and
the every of the Diwes pUnt are larger than either of If.otl..s, Nil tlcokmigf
phrase '//)1) '
( tat a eucuTrWr1" By taking tke t"mfJHlllul".jt Ffieral Gvetnmtnt'l2'\ II will 'be offered at par' In., animal and every natural thing about you was ,.wonderful mach the .
are :sane
of 'tittnt' r-presertiath cucumber, and of. the' to'f'i'rill' attention to diversification and
\ more !The quality of wonder in! the rarest lew el on this earth ''C e *
ground they rested ft l. they have found that cucumr: ,r. staggered', miituntie during 1947. I'' .
the and clouds the beneath
truthfully. \ could bf advertised as "2Qf degrees/ cooler in- 40) More public utilities will be taken over by Federal the .von wind see the today light sky the water, Did grass look last Several 1 astir species 'tt llibnrm are rrwe.; and of 01\1111'
id< other"Authorities" 1947. Wise investor will : upon you thev' are closely. rrlated to the northern allow! and the Althe naB -
Ipd the firmament atar-sprinktedoverhead? To
| night upen ,
This open up an entire new field for scientific r*: consider{ this possibility when selecting public utility HC, >I ilivp so that we see about,us a glorified world" and the belong to the botanical group known u the Mallow Family ( UoltCfot
) and theip' b nmiuriry fo the shape and_ coloring of tilt
I iwarcb ) ;trough experiments with great
dogs, science could unties
+ glorified creation in it i is the inert priceless: gift earth.
tell 'i 1' ..**
(It tuukl( determine how mad a March hare i is, and if the 1 41. Suburban real estate will continue in greater demand Perhaps the greatest Indictment of our modern times! it the plait known in the vegetable market a* Oka, and 11

madness wear off in April and May, .' ; with till higher prices during 1947. Is thai. we are !no matter-of-f&ct that we" rarely wJJlfrlf.hkh home H\T* Cull Braun and use In making jo.'J1y..rtlffi
This thing h.,.. almost unlimited posoibSlities Exacter ) 4 i..City real estate! may hold its own due to less available lake time to see' the high drama and amazing beauty of our the;* .b the native' Florida tree that usually called G-BAM BMT (H
I 1 hew drunk n a lord and how sober i UJ judge\ J.bie, space/ caused by pulling down structure to ave taxes time and our world. rbfiw) and the CorroM Ron or COMTDEIUT' : : *: ROOK (H, mwluWii' /; )

actually an busy as reported How wise, really in an owl"Ti" And provide parking space, aim to disinclination to The dawn of today are just a* beautiful\ as they were muthern gardens (originiuy! !bom OUqa) and the common Rna
I build due to the present high inflationary building costs/ VI ALLOW of our swamps {II/, motchetriM), and the Hmraiian THEE
snugness of a bug in a rug could be determined 2,000 year ago when Homer wrote about "Aurora rosyfingered
The fear of bombing-In case of a re-opening of World limner (II tHuctutl) of which three are several sueclinem, in Stun
in hrres with vacuum cleaners and those without, A nwrtf Dawn, rising from 'the wine-dark sea jet
d< )lk'.ie npfrattdn{ would be the measurement of the *en e Wat 11 may also! be a factor I'when has Pegler ever written' about dawn? Our' column-I with beautiful gulden veflow, cup-shaped !lowers that turn led ,at
43 Small; subsistence farm will continue to increase. 1 s I nightfall Also freuiientlv pUnted hi Fknda b the split-itetal! HiburmM
of wiii-bemif e .!oyed by the lark. Ms, our Homer, are occupied with froths and little hatreds
1 in price but'large commercial farms may ell for lew in ( rdisopeeaha), Our Tint'. CAr (Vatatbnu gnttdtflanu) b *
Ij On some imrfljr: _tfon! ", tne re e rch men would have the gossips while all about them i it the glory close relative. *" ,
3 t to call in 1947 than in 1946. beadty and wonder of the world.
public opinion ean\aiwer* For example, to de- .
show considerable Increue. Con recricl from seeds ,kiiinvmited
44 Building will a Someear. ago I 'IKmolulu,lame "
i t.'rrnmc; thi rtyhtnei, of rain I 0-.0-0
tracts will be up with advancing price!. The present scarcity -I f There will" come a time when the history' book will In due tune and knowing that the name,at received here ass
Scitn. >'nu re wonderful Maybe! you also can tell of lumber, cement:brick* and labor should tjegin to' tell in swelling how 'great America fought for the iWaiHcly wrong; I tent the tint (lower and a few banes to the AnolJ
if these Lnnol State. worried with fleas I' prose .
a* a dug!: willIeromc I ,,
ease up in 1947, Arboretum fai Boston to he identified From Dr. Leon( Ooiut. an wit
right and lashed it* across the sea*. There will" \ be
I \poor It- church mouse! or rich a* CroeMi.- Pit I urjrh I I'tetf, .4)) Office may i pcrtentuou discussions on the moralities of the first use standing taxonomW,, I received! this letter: "The plant from

!expected to Jncrease. | of the atomic bomb, Oar grandchildren, if we. are so kindas b Ilihaciit ntlimut. native' to India, where it grows in the ,Kinitol
I 4 horses haw th'X.wtr while
to sleep standing I
Inion boom' which should bare started in 1946. where,, k has 'been planted at the' botanic station and II described' *> *
the.m time as look back the day of Drake. What'
] : Professor ( F )5'inche"ter, of animal) husbandry' we
the / PEACE"t '
POLITICS AND POSTWAR I t .tall shrub. Since, this plant of constitutes the'f nt record in thet'nfted
hero** lived then! Of what stature were the men and yours
:aiultv of the t'nl'1'r.ft- Missouri. b\' !
proved experiments
I : 47 President Truman now ha lost control of Congresaand / of the '1940V ( States I condo whether) you may not be so kind as to send me
that.he***:* nn better on their feet than on their both parties will be playing politic in anticipation of women fur I iMTbarkin fun and fruit all the!
iideii. "Thfir legs are 'rrovided with muscular mechanisms: Here they are all about u\* now The young fellow our a specimen (flowers ), showing'
I 1948. who, put gasoline! into your cr this morning sweated shapes of leaf TV one you have sent b Wobed but nome of those on
which cause them to "lock" and to permit the horse to renttonvwhat i will become and
J 48. Our foreign headaches worse difference In
our material here b than 3lobedThis is
more a
the jungles of New Games The young man sitting on a petty
( aw if it were standing on stilt.'belt stand-
1 a more frequent' during 1947. What we are going through this gnus, but it Is gnud if shows K.
sidewalk b..nehh gave you a friendly hello carried a your specimen
.j JHK bol'il\ uncrnH.jou.there is no direct brain control I will be in other countries. .
333 over the muscles. essential! to the maintenance of an erect to re-organize Germany repeated has its bangalore torpedo into the German lines on D-Day. What The flowers of this H. coDuuu are white with a deep mauve throat:
I ot<\Are.. i 49 The Latm-Amencan honeymoon passed countries would you give to go back and shake the hand of a hero of My plant hai been flowering the past few weeks and b now setting seed,
extend other
will to -
I peak. The attitude of Argentina the American Revolution down'and talk with. him? Such some of which I shall send to Dr. Croizat and the rest I will plant.
The mtiKcle the lees, back and chest controlled increase
in are Our South American trouble will continue to ..
exist around all today. Don't overlookthe .
opportunities us
by the rtft'x) actions of the spinal cord In a similar) manner I during' 1947
limb maintains chance: to better know the fellow man of your own Rots H. Cast of Morovie. Cahfomu. b a specialist in l plants 01|
a bird sleeping| on a swaying a reflex 51 time and age lou'll never have another such Opportunity. the Afuluoreotf Mallow. and travels looking (kin
balance while its consciousness\ is in abejance horses' more church-going. than did 1946. People gradually are or family" everywhere
sleeping! while standing occasionally! though veryrare. r< alizfoif| that without Spiritual Awakening no peace or This is our time:let's. make the most of it. new and different things b hb [hue. He was in Stuart several weeks

|Iy-tall( )) down. More often certain muscles In the forelegs other plans will be much good Nations cannot be depended oo o ago to caD on me and talc bout unusual and beautiful tree growing'
Entering 1947 is a good time to laugh again at the In FloridJ that his I told him-about two (
relax suddenly and the horse knuckles fiver onto the to cooperate and stick to their agreement unless l : belong J.o' specialty nwpii
;I fetlocks and then immediately catches itself 3 cores sometimes i-hej upon recognize God as their real Ruler and Guide. prophet of doom, and the carriers of messages of hope.. limit, red.flowered trees with Hibiscu-Ue flowers. McgWortfgm"

(ro for month vvithout: ling down ; it H a how little lying down they require yet a home left to itself The real wealth of mankind is not in money or house Miami and Montezuma .per ioaisslae, a Puerto Rican tree of "hk.h

will sleep, standing or lying down, eight to ten hour : unnunntlnuunuuuniuuumnunuuunlinnnunuuI nenC"'j stock or bonds,. crops or livestock-but in the eternai there are two *perimeM growing in Stuart. ".,. Cast told I m* he Iwo!
II I a day Ir; confidence of the human heart amTlhe creative spirit of I't'tumNI-.tJr 'from Hawaii where he collected seed of two famous
WITH THE OTHER If house in the world was levelled tomorrow, when
This is aN' true of other herbivora, including rlephants men every trees, KoI111/ and HJiimJtlphut nualabinuts, and that
j An Indian elephant often will feed eighteen or lllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIHIIII l / ,... and every piece of money'was, burned" up and every crop he t pMbacktoCalifonnXhe' wo ld send me some ---. To say I w..*>
was ruined, yet we would still be wealthy if we/retained thrilled was In for' they the rarest of trees
putting iildly are
and '
hour then rest It
and sleep only among
one or
tv\o ,
twenty \ ,
(Fort Pierce Newt Tribune) the confidence to build anew from the raw material of this Rocks -Indigenoui Trees of the liawaUa. Islands' published I id 1911
have been known to remain
that standing
is said they even
/ :1 We're glad to see property owner along Indian River beautiful world. olKolM rocks/ "An of U IS feet I to )x gate.
though already dead When horses lie down to sleep] their J says : : wren lMgly }ran tree to .
and sleep drive, through their Indian River Drive aiwociation, making 0-0-0 The tree fa of striding beauty when. fo flower and b worthy of cultivathan.
remain they
usually or open so
eye awakened open by the slightest wund They a move to protect tbvdnve against commercialization iWe lire In I world where all is possible, and yet where The writer observed tree I fo Eona Hawaii which wuhterafly
lightly that they are In because their It ill proposed to acrtfrnplixh thin by having appropriate only one thing 1 IJI aura -that all )'oulI'e today will change. loaded with the brig blossoms which excel In beauty
lie long same position great
seldom their muscles and the underlungfrom zoning legislation enacted by the next legislative Mission.i Those sourpusses who say "There I fa no hope" are put many a I/fbfscui flower.* ,
weight, functioning.cramp prevents I i The proposal was laid before the board of county commiscioenr .- to laughter by 100.000 boy and girl born yesterday 100. Sore enough. this week's mail brought teed from Mr. Gad of this

recently by 'Herbert McKechnle, association! presi- 000 more born today, and tomorrow's 100,000 waiting list distinguished tree! with a reset "Collected ftimmer 1946 Hue Hue
'"!' I'nt.and the board assured him of its support of the proposal No man alive can say what. dream they will dream, what Ranch, Kona. Hawaii, Altitude 3000 'ft't," ,
Here )'t is 1947 and my New Year resolution ban not I. frontier they will) or attempt what
new conquer great There was also letter teed' later of the l/ltonxW/Ji"
I been written One of them is to write (with some regularity S e promising
of their flesh
II will be formed and spirit They will which Rocks book Indicate b extinct enxpt> for few trees of the ."
r ) for the Stuart News, I ndoubtedly Representative D. II. Saunders and Senator shape their world, according to the measure. of.themselves, pecies m the!. lavt fields of Mt Hualalai. The twbted tmoprsedflowen
& A. M.
j: .' Evans Crary will/ be glad to Cooperate if a showing i Is That is how we have shaped ours. with petals green outside and reddish within are-small for tilt
I ----- made of adequate: support! of the proposal but it will take i It depend Upon u* ,what 1947 will be-upon, our genus. The name HtHictdelphut mean "brother; of H bbcw" tmn

BANKS SHELTON 'I U more than a little resolutin' to make this showing there 'awareness.of the beauty and the wonder of the world which! k differ ta to very peculiar flowers. Establishment of thne

The unexpected passing!: of Bank Shelton of Salerno I ought to be a petition signed by property ,owners Just a* and our fellow/men, upon our creative spirit and initiative, two specie In FlorUa !would be .,distinct advance.

Friday was a loss which, will be keenly felt by all persona near 1-00 per cent a* it u possible to obtain, with this petition our sense of fairness and decency, cur faith in the integrity Neat Week" I will tell you another story involving Mr. Cast snitDr.

in the county sincerely interested In conservation. ( backed up by the' resolutions of the Drive association of ourselves Crofaat
commercial county eommillllnu and maybe other group and organizations 00-0 C A t...
in his long '
Shelton a a
Mr. experience law In other words, if we're going after it let' go Before we go too far off the beam on personal scienU-
Mood for the enforcement of the -
fish dealer swerved, always from advocating the use of legal mesh after it to get it, and the best way to get it i Ia to get everybody fie ambition, we might well ponder that "you can't takeit BALL TALKS SENSE
J and never behind it, particularly' those most affected.A with you" and that no material scientist since the world
and legal methods In the harvesting of the fish crop, began ever made so great a discovery a* U contained In the Edward :Ball, managing trustee of the do Pont estate,

I j In the long struggle Which has been fought in this we've tried to point out in this column before, we simple word ef'Jesu*: "Love ye one another." bid in a recent interview .

county for real conservation, Banks Shelton 'as the spokesman consider Indian River Drive to be potentially one of the 0-0..0 "If our hotel owner and operator were to operate

I for the majority of the Salerno fisht-rmen and biggest asset of St. Uucie county, particularly if it could The meet dramatic new story of 1947 would be the the fotela for 8 sonths of the year on a popular pries basis

.I ; neither aide ever had reason to doubt where-He, stood on ever be put in anything like proper condition, and we certainly discovery of Adolf littler alive in the shadow of the Christ we could draw hundreds ef thwtaede atuonleU to

F 1 this vital question. don't want to see it cluttered up and ruined! with a of the And**. E. U 'Florida aDd partleuluh to the aaetClest. during tile
lie toot a stand for what he considered was right -a lot liquor joint and other such establishment that wouldbe .ummer. I.

I and he held that stand through the year, despite all pressure no asset to the county, objectionable, to residents and i'olkbo have lived. in Stuart 20 year or more are : ,,. ,..-'
I brought against it;and despite disappointment.,,and detrimental to the beauty of the drive. Bran means let'' mildly misused at thpae eelf-sattafled New Yorker who .Ye eouWbe
defeat in law enforcement have at least 02CE such highway, and the drive ought to teem to think that the world begin and end hi M abaVUn1wben. hard work aad'tmUiutioa ofW tib >t.wiof -

j The county will feel hi'* loss, since he represented be that one 1 It Is to be heped that this matter la pushedto w. !mow/ err w ill that this b,of the .bslt changed TT -fif qokkly. to the satWa dee o t-I '
5 .h ii i kin u nfcl ittmatfto* a'M'!
.db......* to real. principle, rare item anywhere, a. positive1 and ,uccessful conclusion. .. before it 1 fa too tote. !univetea.' I ,

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Stuart News- Weekly Market Basket Page L I,

NATURALIST CONDUCTS Boson with transportation i Mn L. K:Qaede and daughter

SALES ForJ CIRL PCOVT HIM j ;; Miss Lauretta 1 L.: Oaede of Lake!
See u. I ; Scouts participating were Zola IfS I AL ws'jSlj; ;
When the Old! Scout went" OBI Mae Blakeslee, Gloria Hancock, a a ar' Worth were weekend guest of
& and Mr and Mm i, F Botone C
Ili 1I{ ... Repairs a nature hike along the Old pixie Patricia Hancock, Betsy 8m *.
OI OC 70Q d=OClC>>r:=OCSv -e-
SERVICE Highway last Friday they-were Patricia Gilmore, Betty Wood.
Parts Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tlllman
I and Betty Oreen, spent Christmas In Lakelandwith
Boat who U a naturalist at the .
ARNOLD BAUER Indiana,Dune Park and a Girl .- Dr and Mrs. A. 1. t.; MorlU Betty Lou, Frank, and Mal- 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs
MR. AND MR BEM A. Brown.
Scout Leader la Hobart, Ind sailed flew Year's day lor Nassau colm Ifatheson were host to t .
St. Ucie Boulevard Phone 142-W With their leader, Mrs J. F.Bo-; on their beautiful\ auxiliary group of their friends Friday
Mr. and kin Carl L\ Bess were at their home at Port 8e.
tone the Scout had an all-day night
schooner, "The Malahanl" Also FOR INFANTS Today' Milk -Today
outing, making headquarters at hosts 'at'a New Year'f'day din- aboard were Mrs. Moritz' sister wall. Games and dancing were

their tent on the west ahore of ner at the Victory Hotel dining Mr*. Wllhelmlna d Jong i>f Holland enjoyed during the evening' anda ALFARMILK, Produced i it

the 6t Lucie River. They cooked room. Their guests were employees Allen a Leach, and. Mr buffet >upper was served from 1 1I and t
hamburgers on their "tramp of Best Hardware CO. and and Mrs. Henry Merit the dining room. Those present ne Best Money Can Bay :
A GOLD MINEA stoves". and swam in the'river.i Cad L. Bess Enterprises and -- were Joan Combs, Janet Arbo- PasteurizedIn r j

\KS, A Precious Vitamin C Mn Earl Green assisted Mrs., their families LEACHES HONOR GUESTS: gast, Judy rbogast, Joan Sat- BUY BONDS
Urthwalte Mary Coleman, Jean Martin County
mm mnlSe.n" iBtl Dare, Carol Smith. Freddie Mae
Mr. and Mrs. willaford Ransom Creamery
ORANGE JUICE Leach were hosts at a Crawford, :Emily Morrison Mary Barat's DairyP.
beautifully appointed family Diamond, Carl Krueger John WEST tALM BEACH:

J L / Jl AU Brandt dinner on Christmas day honor- Krueger, Rudolph Krueger, 45. Flamlnte Dr. MMM '1175 O. Box 1042 Stuart
l James MIchelson, .
No-2 Can 46-ot. Can ing guests" Mr. and Buddy Crary I
I Mrs, Charles J. Haden of Atlanta Joe. Bowie,Lloyd Campbell Don- --.-- -
nie Bowdln, T. C Hayes. JuniorManclL .
lOc laid
25c Covers were for eightat
the Leach home on Bewails FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS : ;

ewt MUIHIIC 4 Munc HA to, Point Ij

COur SFEND-THE-DAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. yvuiafnrd Ransom e Vase Bouquets I ';J>,

NO BETTER COFFEEAT Stock Has Been Selected To Give"You the Best In William IJOI'I Leach celebrating Leach entertained on Christ Basket Arrangements I '.

his fifteenth birthday mas eve honoring Mr Wilhel- _, Center Pieces .
DELICIOUSLY RIPE VEGETABLES Dec ?I. Invited revert friends mina dcJong house guest of Dr. CorsagesWedding I'
ANY PRICE spend the day at him home, on.. and Mra A. J. L. Morita Thursday Flowers l
the Leaches
and TEMPTINGLY,TENDER MEATS ahoe: on Bewails Point. evening were
hosts at a dinner party In hon
8O'CLOCKrn or of Mt. Leach's aunt and Potted PlantsShrubi i
Col A C Vorts.,;a*the Christmas ,
Housewife Who
It's A Smart Cook and A Thoughtful
uncle. Mr. and Mrs Charles J
*-! ,2 It: 71 dinner guests of Mr.and '''i'
C Haden of Atlantawho III'holl- Vines, Dish-Gardens Pottery.'
'u Often Her Family Meal-Time Variety By Utilizing Mrs: Karl H Burggraf! at Eden day' geusts at Tuckuhoo In the
PERSONALS second of a series of Informal '. I 1
RED CIRCLE FROZEN FOODS I "at homes,"' Mr. and Mis Leach We Telegraph Flower I J

For.Freshness. 2 Mb. 75C Mrs Freda M.e -Green had asher I received friends Sunday' afA'r- WILSON PALM GARDENS FLOWER SHOP |r"" t
Ba,..". They Are Easier To Prepare noon. On Dec. 31 Mr and Mrs. Phone 2021 Hobe Sound Fla. I|
: holiday guest at the Majestic shared 1
a Joint
birthday '
_____ __
Apartments Miss Esther C. Boal celebration with covers laid for
FOR YOUR FOOD NEEDS dunes naturalist uf Indian.Dunes 10 at a family dinner party.
For Economy!
2 8.g.. 79c I
Stale Park and naturther

Mrs H. F. Johnson had as) ..

IN ,JOUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT LOYAL ORDER OF week end guests at her home en Wishes All Their Customers and Friends ,
MOOSE Osceola Ave. Mr.and Mrs Charles
CELERY sTUART LOCO" UW i W. Holt and daughters. JudithAna
Stalk..e,2.;:: 2 19c
I'f I ors .uo r. M.
I irf mi ani weahrSUAytl< )\ : and Shirley, of Biadenton, A HAPPY NEW YEAR
..... ANTHONY'SEconomy EACH MONTHWaudma.u and Mr. and Mrs B.J. Schroederand A h

FLORIDA "' Stan I son Joe Jr. of Cle 'lston.I MEATS
Stunt Fla. Mrs. Holt and Mn Schroederare
ORANGES 8B.r:::a '33c MEM Eli I'-- -- daughters of Mrs. Johnson. '
;= and PRODUCE"Where
'''h'''-_': n_ _.. < I The three children remained\. In GROCERIES
-- -- |f5> GroceryHOME I ROTARY CLUB Stuart! fofa week's visit with. I
U. their gtamlnuHher. Economy Rules"
I !WNIU' No. '211i.1 I .
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POTATOES T; 36c Ml 8. Akron ATC., WE DELIVER Telephone.1U I '. .MED: "srTtw'Z".r: GIVIL.I. i MAJESTIC RESIDENTS J. Brooks I
n h .- 'un, ,#5J : I ENTERTAINED ,
J JAMES, coed t" i- :1.
I Resident[ of the Majestic !

GREEN'TOP .. .. .. : Hotel and intents; I
Majestic Apat -
.f -- -- -- -- -- -- + : ;
1 1l 1r
:were entertained Christmas eve \
17 l
2 Bunches ... u . c ''soMalftl ''with Mr. and Mrs. Sven Nord
and Mr and Mrs Edward Dt'mi i
The Sale Of The Year! ''I
ske hosts for the occasion I :
FRESH: TENDER J I buffet supper was .served in : New ShipmentJust ,I Ii

POLE OR WAX BEANS .33cA lobby of the hotel which wan I
2 lb.. I decorated with Christmas greens
-------- poinsettias, and a lighted tree

PENN MOTOR ; Those present were Mr. and Mrs. i Arrived!
Alfred Sharp Mrs. Freda M.
_. ,_
Ola-cal. Can 83c
........-" Green. Miss Esther C. Boal Mr.
SPARKLE Urge and Mrs. Harry dlancoff, Mr.
and Lee Miss
"" OOC Mrs Snyder Jean-
Box. ,.
ette Hayes.Miss Rosemary Hayes,
JUICE 4 .. Bot. ._.., 33c When in Stock James Carr Mrs. George!: Mr.- lit
KRAFT ASSORTED Bride, Mrs C. J. Pierce, Mr iJl

CHEESE SPREADS. .23c NORTHERNTISSUE ,Mrs Harry Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
S-oi.Jar Arthur Windfohr Mrs. Cather-
kRAFT rBORDENS---- ine Walsh, Errol Lllllbrldge Miss
CREAM CHEESE 3-o ISc Catherine Hasler Mrs. Isobel
KRAFT VEI.VEETACHEESE t Ferry, Mrs Mary Jane Challon- Gasoline Mower ? 1 '

2-lb. Loaf $1.10 Roll. 6 c cln and son. Kenneth Mrs Ni'1- ,
lie Pizzonl, and Mr. and Mrs. i
NABISCO VoolD A4GA1s5 John Roeberry. I
1-" *
Start Off 3 Sale
Mr and Mrs. Carroll Dun- ,
WHEATIES 11-01. .____lie j scombe were hosts at Christmas J r t
The New r
CLAPPSSTIWNEb- .kg 21cIN Days -- dinner at their home in st. Lu"le ,

OATMEAL .____ .. .. lie Year WithSavinNi Ertates Their home was beautifully I
Jan. 2.34Quontity decorated In holiday green
'and red Covers were laid for
IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT! Rights Reserved Mr. and Mrs John A,,. Dunscombeand I .A
Mrs Katherine Hoth ie
WESTERN PORK ,LOIN FRESH PORK r ___-_ __ of Fort Lauderdale Lewii Mrs. EJIia-

ROAST PICNICSLB. beth Spelrs and Mrs Katherine i
Hoke of West Palm Beach; Miss SENSATIONto
Mary Shackclford. Mrs. B. C.

47c LB.. 29c Shackelford Miss Mary Louise
Sloan, Mrs H. W. Bessey. Major GASOLINE-POWERED +

t.. s and Mrs. Bert J.Krueger


A "
Meal for Florida h"
69cFRESH Will cut Lawns smoothly and effortlessly
LBV _-. ._
I e Cut Tall Grass and High Weeds I
GROUND Anyone Can Operate One.

Economical to Run.

C'PEU BEEF\.. .. ..--.__.. 35c ARE PLACED ON_OUR SHELVES FOR Properties: of all kinds ,,' *

YOUR SELECTIONr_ *' .' '. '. ANB 'AT FAIR PRICES' for sale.Alao .'
The Sensation Cuts Grass Better

i s. rentals and insur. '
'I aac. Your Lawn U in Plain Sifht of the World. Solve the

Problem of Maintaining it by Purchasing one of these

4L: .M-.M69c R 49c1 The CompleteFood Store SENSATION MOWERS today

L 'MARKET Edward MappRealtor See Or.Phone



,I.. wi DELIVER rnoNK HwHItREmvic1r ,. o. Arcade' BId,. EDWIN A. MENNINGER, Agent

Phone 19
I "' The ,Stuart News, Phone 300
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I 0-:::::::: 000--000- OClO ====OClOI Dark SaIll"-)4Wer. "Where Are We Heading}"- 'any of the benefits provided by i a certificate of eligibility for a'' ,..QIaI'1aIWlmente. *' when I u,
I ,I 01 loan able? .
"Before the Sun Goes Down"-* Welles the 01 Bill away from you,However "
Notes of Interest To Veteran Howard. Toll of the Brave"-Fletcher. a veteran cannot receive'' JL An honorable discharge !Is A. Tea.: You have the flit:

LYRIC I: The Turquoise"-Seton.Brittanla "Star of the unborn'\-Wertel. subsistence and readjustment considered a certificate of eligibility ..: to repay at any tune wlthn,,
+0G .00' -00 =0o- -00 Mews"SharpHucksters".Wakeman.. "The Snake Pit"-Ward. allowance at the same time. premium or fee the entire ID

:IER L IS'DEADLINE FOR I The The Spotlight'MlllefVeterans' Q I am an honorablydieI Q. May I make larger, payments debtedneu or any part of you
THEATRE, ,REINSTATING INSURANCE IM4RTIV COUNTY LIBRARY I charged veteran. How can I get on my OI loan thin my i loan.
Veterans of Martin County desiring -
assistance In preparation I, Questions Answered !
t PROGRAM FOR i Ctr< forms for reinstatement of) New> books go on the shelves

THIS WEEK I their lapsed national 'Service|lof the Martin County Library PACKAGE
I Life Insurance! policies are urged Inch[ week, according to Mr, I How can I get a certificate ;of pendent. Your subsistence allowance THE, HORSESHOE BAR and STORE

I to be at the court house Monday |Blanche P.Slocum, librarian.The eligibility for a GI loan? Maya may be reduced as much ,

FRIDAY SATURDAY there Joseph E. Gum, Contact\ (,library, located In the Woman vetran make larger paymentsen I, M necessary to meet this limitation Wish 'You All "A HAPPY NEW YEAR"
I Officer.of the V. A. from West hIs loan than his regular Installment : ,
JAN. 3.4 Palm\ Beach will assist them id i club building is open each day when he 1* able? Q. Does the fact taht t receive SUPERB LIQUORS
filing proper forms.( except Sunday from I to S:30 Here are the answers to some I' other Income have any

TWO BIG FEATURES I In addition, Oum advised all!p m Among recent' additions of the question frequently asked I bearing on the amount of compensation For your table or that party'

FEATURE NO 1 teteran who plan to attend I re the following books; the Veteran Administrations I get M a veteran with I _

'tchool under the Ct Bill to see "The Great promise1' Houston.. Q If X take a part-time Job a service-connected disability? We can guarantee you will find all
n ,i shim when enrollment! has ben mill the Veteran Administrationcut A. ,:No. '
ur :secured\ with(till!prospective. educational "The Peacock'Sheds His Tall" the amount of subsistence I Q I have been receiving I unemployment I your Favorite LIQUORS, here.
erg '' Institution Hobart. IMort.galleon receive while In school under the allowance Will this;
I I His schedule for Martin county Life"_Baum. OI Bill? bar me from taking an \- And you can buy them by the case.

:i 1. between the hours of 9 a m, I 'Singing Water,,:,Bridge A. No. a*.long a* your subsistence tional course or on-the-job educa'i 1, ., We. have a 'separate street entrance o. Oaceol.Aye. .
;to 12 noon on Monday of each I "The Life Line"-Bottome. allowance and your Ing and receiving .
:,.eck, Information Is available! I "The Return to Jalna"-* De La wage together do not equal more some future date? for your convenience:
through him on all benefits administered Roche, Ulan $300 a month, or $179 per I A. Ho':' Receipt of readjustment I BILL COLSON, .M,r. ,
GAIL LUMAR15SELL : by the\ Veterans Administration "Foxes of Harrowtl-Yarby. month If you are without de- allowance doe not take
BRIAN : 712 Comtau: : building. West
Palm Beach He Is now serving r

.the four counties of this sec DOLLARS U PATRONIZEHOME
-- tton, Including; Martin, SI Lucle
fEATt'RE: i\o I Indian River and OkeecjiobeeisKS SPENT IN '
I ,
,Application has ben made to MARTIN COUNTY OFFERINGYOUSTAY ,

WInowlecki.Jensen. for an extension i iI .
: '.
; "
"ConquestOF of time to 31 December 1 -

1949 to complete work under I ,
,- --
I War Department permit Issued to
him on 27 September 193d, and WHEN YOU'HE THINKING Of I EXPERT CENTRAL MARKET i Buy The Best
1 extended 31 December. 1946 I : ROYALPALM j jI "Where Economy Rules" Martin County
Cheyenne"CARTOON l.uthOrillng him to construct a CONCRETE i TIRERECAPPING 2nd and Akron WELL DRILLERS

_.- :wharf and fish house, In Indian Jir Cnnmlnl Trm I Shop at "Your Market" AH Types of Pumping/
i River, westerly shore, approximately 'BLOCKSAND I For ; New Equipment

700 feet north of Jensen If\ Meat, Produce and Appliances i
"BATHING BUDDIES"SERIAL 'bridge Jensen The work authorized Phone lit-1Wo Groceries Kitchen, Laundry: II CHAS.hMAYES
has not been completed CONCRETE ITEMS Cabinet and all small
rick And Deliver JACK CIPSON
tp I
'and, the permittee therefore requests PARTSSAWSERVICE I Courteous Service Radio.
I appliances.
''I! CHAPTER NO. 10 an extension of time.II I. L. DECKER I I J. R. POMEROY, Jr. j Conveniently Located MARTIN COUNTY Next, door Dr. Parker's

PHONE 9124 ... f fse. i
AIM a..ld.- 113 H..II. Joe BrooksGRANT ELECTRIC officeS
"SECRET AGENT X9" I ... ..
(. iijeiWJ'II --.. -- '---- -- Phone 308
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'II went) See r ,I I GLAMOROUS

I .. HIGBEE & kind and I II i RestaurantGOOD NEW CLOUT

t >> ( R V i I E Roof rc* vu. .1"
r Repairing FOOD
; I I
;\\ to WORTHAM :, I Pleaaant AtmosphereFriendly unusIIAI&
(, I General Delivery Stuart
i Phone 9154 I Ii Service
_' d saree/ General Contracting 404 Colorado Ave./ ELECTRIC SERVICE I : I
and Repairs Phon. 9141 end Leave I If it MILK NORTH OF STUART Little i
f': \ .g f1tVlltiv" P. O. Bos 832 Message I i ITUAIT PHONE; ale Open 7 day a week
/ Parties of 5 to Stuart I
Writ P. a ... Ill Daily
J'' '\ \ei\en I 111k.America. bwiuw fcere wtin I Phone 144 R Bathing Beach -.- $2 ;;; Closed 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Beauty Shop
diistrw 1ra"\ kirk over lie *. AKRON AVE. PHOKS M
Mlt oep"ctow eke IMC*, wkcn *. {erl..lute It T -

: :l W'. eta did It* a President, ,--
and not shot for It. Uncle' Billy
I And w. do not hove to get Inlocksttp SUNRAYJALOUSIES "B UTrA I ,sez. St art Sunoco BATEMAN

lacked E..I_.... ....... ,...__
DISNEY CARTOON or Jet : up. t w A..1. "'
-JOY FOREVERJLdfS a .............. pJ/kud./ "Service Station"
"DUMBBELL OF But In Communism land, a j i CONSTRUCTION CO.
"party" of 2 of 8 million rulealmost r This makln' out income
ZOO million I If you don't VALUE TO YOUR HOME OS keeps me ficgerin' an'
day night
1 comply you're liquidated Collectniimlinnjlfor BUSINESS SY INSTALLING : i GAS, OIL LUBRICATION TRACTORS
LATEST NEWS I. when mf tired wants
FOX ." I i body Hand
f allthepeonkHere SUNRAY SHUTTERS I rvidiVICTORY. -;- J my flighty brain wont light! So, i TIRE REPAIR, WASHING LAND CLEARING
I odes.dinacnt.But I I.the
ESTIMATES SUBMITTED f wrote th' wrong departmentback PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
land of revolution, faa't.Why i GRADING
I Sunray ShutterProduct V tIV'BEAPUT In Washington D. C, and ,...* .! A* MMa
here !In America
we can they lent me out a circular
even err -diMgrn sometimes: with even our with employ our I W C:'ADMOK, r. 0 pox_se'L I Y SwI N to get sound Sleep,"_'twai free Pk.., alas Hlfkow' N. | I O. .. ISM frT.l l +M,wn
em,loyeeet! : It said to "Eat a pan .popcorn, ,I- _. _
.M .. then drink
a quart of cream;
J I 5 and this I did ----, -
; OWNED-- that.self'same ,
EY ___
1 night and had this toon-awful Docks
f \1 R -I ISTVART AIIIItTY sroaiMcCLUNG'S I P&MBEE dream . 1 Auto 'CampStuart

I dreamed I was a chain- Seawalls
OAt'' i WINES. CIOABSCICARETTES man,a-hangln by my long,black! I
SHERI 1 NEWt TAPCa queue somewher1 up In dear .Id HousesAll
A Sc TO $1.00 STORE Boat
f[ I e/ Ireland ever tats of Irish>atew. i Modem Cottages
} "The Dime Store On : Sealtest Ice Cream A> I hung there Jut a-thlnkin, Type Of Marine ADd Trailer Court
I : I a-snIHin'-and :, .
SINCE rCThe Coraer" J C mellln'. a. I ConstructionIvan RENTAL.IV, 'DAY WEEK( 01
1911 I I' The Place Where atomIc bomb musts busied nigh I MONTIIILIA '
'"OSCAR r JOHNSON 0..... far I was sent pell-mellln! Some. TaylorP. CONVJUCMCU
j BENNETT a MCLAUGHLIN bow far up,I lit astride dragon Boa 474 BLAIR and BAKER
PRANK McK40GH.ARTHUR.,..... .. .KENNEDY_ t W. I ISpecialfie M..... OSCIOLA AYE with heads to spare-he calmly glanced around and smiled ash 'PHONE 104-J I I' PIN..In
M' _' .110. 0rM. glad to see me there! I ou MM HH-w.r:
._ _
I j Well, fellers, I was sure a-pitchin' andlioidla" awful tight/ fet I
OF that dragon was a-racln' whlth.a female
streak ellght'! .. Then,
I 4
II Web Ordway presto! 4.", I was on a train; th1 train was lost and had I
TIME I nEnlal.. I SUBSCRIBETO It first would steam ahead a mile, then, fer seven It would no track back! Rice HotelAnd Stuart Taxi
MotorsAUTHORIZED I When J asked tb'IIIndll trainman Ih'reason It I
(PRESENTS an'laid, -THIS,train he smiled, I
I EIGHTY YEAR AGO'!'--4. II IIRestaurant '
Then and there he
pulled fast .nm..t
"The shootla' from th' '
: "HERBY'S"It'
For Information FORDSALES STUARTSAILFISH hlp-h. FOLDED up that pesky train and .tatted It .In his. pip! I '
American Cop"LATEST I Believe me,you 111 never heed such advice sent out fer free: It Never T* Late For ,Prompt Dependable
Real Estate' Insurance AND 1ERVKK II have worked fer other folks. but that what It did to may' I Breakfast At
DAY AND,NITB I me! If all thprintd I Berbyl ,I Courteous
FOX NEWSTHURSDAY Write or See bulletins wer as worthless as this ene, I'd sure *. "A0 oat"f.r
Often 7 Days A
sUppln' inch ,rlDtla' by th' ton! __ i


Bid,. rhone 1I1J HOME COOKED FOOD i
: I
JAN. 9 STUART .' .. .
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/ I Your Car or Truck. ,
( minjlnnit njJjTiT REAL'ESTATE By Taking Shop LEGAL SIZE A Complete Cheek Up! SURE :

t "' A Year's Subscription AGENTS POSt EXPERIENCED'
.NMtltfC.PAnicK DRY
1 SIHCC pie

': M 1 FEATURE r NO 2S Years at $5.00 ucGcLUioaHIRg "Em". 'Whit They ," Standard Oil Co. I ARE MORE THAN -DRY'CLEANINGEXCLUSIVELY,

Last I ,APT TO HAVE'' '
TheStuart SUPER {IaT.
I II ere ForFi.h.r..enl Stuart DailyN.wt: 'I RALPH f CHANDLER 0- I :(PHONE: '
News .Phones 300301SMITHS Jensen BeachCOMPLETE
I 'I'If I IT DW. HI- I its Iu AVIV
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t r InvestmentsSale '


I ; Quinn's StoreMeats Eleclrte and Refri,.,.. .Avagats.. tnrnediate
; I II and Listings Throughout ,turn SERVICE. ,w..r, .

Martin County ,Excellent Food, And, Frozen, Groceries No ,Job Tee Large;'Or: .i ,,1'.1.14 refs.i '
FOIl R&IIT f.I "'; 1 Food .. '
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UNDER DIRBCTtO Of Seafood CO. : L,
Krueger' Building '
GRADUATE DIETITIAN Bait F..S.t.JENSEN The I Jensen Beach DaF ,awe.

PHONE sal L C. CLEMENTS StMrt Mm Pv Hobe SeondPd3327h '. '
'-"PUCK CHASERS" I Home "Phone 158-M FEDERAL HI-WAT vT CouNTY. samoa, Poet Office Aeeadaa _PHONE t 31-J' I Nit. P6sMStn" 1 "IC:"'
: L SMITH, O nMT 1"" 'I

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