The Stuart news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00048
 Material Information
Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00048
 Related Items
Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

Full Text
joillo-7a -10





Voice of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life< C6UNTTIl.No.


Election to Be. Held .Tues/l/ "'\ i** ?A.Withdraws II''I i, .

----- ------ --

12-Point Work Programrawn ,SAILFISH CLUB Rousing q I.- l; rest Palm ,MAYOR-FEELS u,,1

) For 48 Chamber OFFERS MOUNTTO 'New York F9, 'eahiA i 1I I ', !ycees Fete ''PEOPLE WANT .

ENDICOTTNominating noisy rousing reception-bya morning;;' followed by frankfurt' R: L. Wall :BOARD CHANGE'' r rI

host of veil-wishers greeted er roast. Hamburgers, soft 1
ot work for 1948 drinks' and showers ,were furnished I ::1
A It-point program by the Martin County the arrival of the football team _
hamber of Commerce as drawn up by a special committee com- Committee 20 men strong from the North by Wilson Snack Shop as County Commissioner R, L. S Vie, for 3 Commiation

oMd of PrIco'French. c. A Port'r and Ernest F Lyons la an. Named At Preliminary Side Social and Athletic Club of was Harper 25 Quinn Ibs of and hamburger Ice cream by by, Dad" Wall, Paint City oldest Posts[ Polls Openat 1

need today as follow: Session' Endlcott N. Y. here at. 8:30: last TIlton Sundries A banquet at citizen and dean of this counties 7 a. m.

1-ADVERTISINO AND PUB- Stuart Sailfish Club will night Coming by bus and two private Seymour'S Inn tonight will cap! board of county commissioner The election i
general city
:CITY. The Chamber ha set t 1 mount and present to the vlaltIng autos, the team and Its coaches the day. Food for the buffet I *, was guest of honor at a noon of five
to nominees
definite goal to advertlte all VISITORS BUY t Cam the largest sailfish and officials were given a buffet last night was famished by WCromer dinner meeting of the West Palm name to the City Commliwion I f fi
N Andy Tslmts andHrby'4 1
to 1, ,
hams of Martin County supper at the Civic Center sponsored Beach Junior Chamber of Com
caught by Endicott gridsten on
Restaurant, and fill the City Judge's of. <<
certified readers of na-I the Mens Club of the
0000 by i
their Gulf Stream trip Friday, merce Monday. The occasion was fice will be held here TUCH-
the Tomorrow the visitor will betaken I
net publicatIO115,111 com- ST. LUCIE HOTEL St. Josephs Catholic Church ;
according to a goodwill resolution to old settler in this section of day. Polls at the fire station .
tg yearJBUILDINQ. adopted by the sport fishing and then housed In the Stuart on an all-day deep-sea \
AND INVESTENT Wednesday night at the Hotel, Stuart Villa and with fishing trip on boats furnishedby Floilda.! 'I will be open from 7 a. m.

The Chamber will Invited FROM DAMRONS Civic group Center. Commodore and Mrs. Stanley eight charter boat captain I Wall who, has been a com- to 7 p. m with 1,065 citizens

encourage capital to con President Harry Dyer named Kltchlng Jayete-Bites' were In the county A fish fry at the missioner for three counties and: eligible) to participate.

ucl additional facilities for' Ernest Lyons, Ray Young, Arle hostesses >t the Civic Center. Civic Center at t,p.m. with 'the Is an honorary member of Seminole ;I The reduction from six to five
urlst accommodation for the I Stuart Toley Engebr:tsen and The bus was met on the high Jaycees in charge will Close the Indian tribe, was accompanied candidates for the three com- '
owing business needs of each I'i Mrs. Lord and Miss Law Are I Ernest Tyner aa a nominating way by a 15-car parade \Including : day. Preparing the fish will be by Senator Evan Crary mission vacancies resulted froma : \

lunlty-*nd will encourage New Owners of I I committee to report at an elec-, several official cars equipped Harris Lowery, Jr.. Fred A. S-af: and both made brief talks decision this :rwbl: Mayor :
w Industlrea that will bring in Resort Hotel I tion meeting to be called next I II with sirens The parade wended ford. Pence and Arthur Dehon. CARL R. CRAY, JR Following the luncheon meetIng Phil Pence to lt the :1
lyrollsHIGHWAYS. -- week Its way through the business The New Yorker will be takenon Wall was taken to Station : race Pence seeking re-election \
Secure the : Mr. and Mr*. Luther Damron,I II I A rule committee was nanvd: section of'Stuart and back to a sight-seeing tour of the M.I') Con Gray Chicago rail WIRK Where. he was Interviewed: to a third term, was nominatedin

-lane highway through Mar. I who have owned and operatedthe composed of Curtis Whltlcar the Center where the Martin county at 10 a.m. Saturday with way nun. .mil! imlnsliulist! !. ]ws by members of the WIRK staffon the primary voting 'Nov 25.

County In 1948-1949, work for Ted Preston and Kenneth Stlm-; County High School band was cars available for the trip at I hum "|'I"l| uted !In like CPKI| a special program. Following finishing fifth among the eight l
Improvement of damaged St. Lucie Hotel her for the mell, to study club rules and report on hand for i snappy reception the Stuart Hotel They are *x- 1, 14W UtiriiH. Ail the broadcast In a ceremony, candidates However. in an open .
ds in the county and new past It years, announced sale: at the next session concect Greeters at the Center pected to run a light drill In the )Jin UI directed by "Ham" Anthony. a I*tter to Stuart voter this weekMayor ,
ds to open up' agricultural Monday of the 23-room structure C D MtiQuade 8tua/t Hotel Included Mayor Phil Pence City afternoon. inniiMi itir liy Piisulti,I Iriiin'in. large selection of gift from the Pence says that according :

u. to Mrs. Paul Lord, Calais, Me. ow er'asked permission to Incorpl Manager 1.. B. Eurlt. Senator Mass Sunday morning at 8 or Hu MicxtxjcU (;ell. Oimir: Bridlcy Merchants Division was presented to the tally In the primary "It I* '

ACCESS TO THE OCEAN, and Miss Elizabeth Law, Rochester a Sailfish Club awards Evans Crary and a number of 9 ajn will be followed by breakfast who UwiiHt U. S. Army Cidef, to the Martin County ploner evident that the people who vote I
ntlnue tf bring to a successful N .Y.Mr..Damron.. scene In a moving picture he Is other dignitaries i given by the CYO girls with ; want a change in the City Commission
ncluston all project which a hotel man for planning to show' through the Today--is Jensen Beach Day the Rev Timothy J. Geary the jf stall! / iixni' file irliiumiit, ol Wall '75. was born near palatka I have no desireto :1

U give better access to the the past 40 years, president of North, and, a committee composed In an elaborate program drawnup commllteeman In chargs After "Un; w1ltht ]D. Dsu.iimvtr : but has spent the last 47 go against the majority ot
ran beaches the Ohio State Hotel Association of Capt Toley Lyons and by businessman committee the game a banquet for both year on the Lower East Coast Voters of the City of Stuart"Fences
t EDUCATION.Work for 1m- In 1924 and S times presidentof Tyner was appointed, to confer designed to furnish the teams and officials will be given He has 17 grandchildren And action leave Paul M.
owed educational facilities the Columbus, Ohio, Hotel Association with him.STATUS. Northern visitors with every convenience by O C. Smith a. the Lighthouseat 175 ATTENDBAPTIST I that Isn't all. He confirmed reiSorU Hoenshel Arle I Stuart, Kenneth
oughout Martin County.MEMBERSHIP. said that he did not and facility available S pm. 1 that he expects soon to Stlmmell: R. B: McPherson and I
Set a def- have definite business plans at] during their five-day-stay which The businessmen committee become-a -father again. H. P. Lyons vielng for the three.

goal of 20 par cent increase] present. The Damrons have OF NEW will be climaxed by a game with Includes Paul Young Harry I MEET post as a result of their finishIng 111
membership for the Chamber made many friends In and for I the Stuart Veterans on the high Beckman Nell Bishop Lowery, I In that order In the primary ;

tli the objective of having 100 Stuart in their proprietorship school field Sunday at 3 pjn Stafford, P'nce Erwin F, John COUNTY OKAYS In which H B Rain and it
cent representation from all They moved Tuesday to the R. The New Yorkers had a swimming wick, Father Geary, Ausborn, x,. J. Vollrath were eliminated,
sons engaged In business In B. McCullough cottage on Osce- POST OFFICEPLAN party and workout on the Smith, T J. F. Kennedy and 'HERE TUESDAY 'The three receiving>l the highest

Lrtln County I ola Ave. which they will occupy ocsanfront at Jensen Beach this A Porter :,2 NEW PLATS number of votes Tuesday will
: > C'I'II fill out the/ nlarged commission
f EFFICIENCY. Streamline for the winter season. SOUGHT ;; joining holdovers W. R..Bakerand
umber of Commerce office The new owner are trained from I
More than 175 peniuns Jack L. Coleman.Thelormunission's 1
Cities and procedure for maxm business-women Min Law havIng Clonts HARRY GLANCOFFKILLED \
Clea'rs9 StatAid enlargement
effectiveness and produc-, been In the commercial food tevDn. churches In the -Indian Seeks for Drainage :
note. business In Rochester and Mrs. On a -b'Vlce-Mayor I .1 River Baptist AssutloUon attended on' Road AIA from three to five,,member

-WATER- CONTROL. Active Lord having been ii>tbe taady, W. R. Baker, City Manager L: B. IN CAR the 4th annual Sunday I ta Jensen act come aa result In thelS47 of a legislative. Lellisla-
'County pawed
tlclpallon in 1 Ideal!, State and manufacturingand.,theatre Eurlt was, Instructed to writ ,1 School tranffilg recognition ban -- I ture which subsequently was
leral! plans for establishing business. again to Congressman Dwight quet at the Civic Center Tuel- Plat* of River Terrace Subdivision popular approval in a
r control In Martin County Mr. and Mrs. Lord first visited Rogers asking the status of the day night. as presented by Otto Ku- referendum last 8"
-3T. LUCIK: INLET Push Stuart some five years ago A proposed new Post Office In Stuart Court CasesNineteen CRASH SUNDAYWife Guest speaker after the turkey l bin and a portion of Oolden mandatory tember Previously only one r

completion the deepening of rtlred druggist he will not take' reportedly authorized ten.t.tiely dinner was Dr. John Halde-I! date as presented! by O OJ commission post became vacant
Lucia Inlet for which $53000 active part In the business TheLords several months ago by I man of Miami who spok on the Brockway for the Port Sewall each fall 41.

been appropriated. have two children JohnD I the Post Office Department at case set. for trial In ,. LaPointe; Injured In evening general theme of "The i Development Company were approved Incumbent Harry F Dyer ft/,' .
AGRICULTURE:, 'RANCH- Lord a medical student at in estimated cost of $105,000. the November term of county Collision With Truck Land of Tomorrow." Stage decorations by the County Commission seeking a fifth term as Municipal
AND COMMERCIAL FISH- Yale; and Mrs. James M. Lammeof I The action was taken at the court by Judge Arthur R. Clonts OnUS. 1 also followed this I In session at the courthouse Judge and for the fifth consecutive il,
To by dlstrtbuol Black Mountain N. C. City Commission regular cession tlf.I yesterday .
were disposed of In one day less mO-1 I tlroj Is unopposedMayor
agricultural booklet the at the city hall Nov 26 Awards In the a8SOC1 A request by Judge Harry F I Fejice open letter apPears
than the scheduled four at the I
discussion Harry 53-year-old
unltles; for farm and ranch SHERIFF WARNS whets subsequent 1947 totaled 806, according I Dyer concerning a fill on the on 14 of The Stuart
raised the question of where the court house yesterday afternoon.A Stuart architect, was fatally ,! 1 1j Fork
lopment, and to actively aid ON NUMERALS the program. compared to only west side of the North News today.
enterprise in developingland I I '- I new office might be located. No total of 99 cases were listed on hurt and his wife and Mr. and j 558 the year before. The seven I I about 300 ft. long was approvedand As a sidelight! on the election

and to support the sea- Because of a number of motor definite answer could be given the term docket but 80 were disposed Mrs L, O LaPointe were Injured churches represented pledged the matter will be taken up the Associated Press reports that
Industries of this area thefts In which ill numbers, this query although It was felt of previously when their auto drlve/i by Olan BOO for 1D48 Including 200.In Stuart with the State Road Depart Florida law do a not authorize
--SPORT ANDHTING. have been filed oft Sheriff Q that once the construction was ,I ment. Upon appearance of and ballot tl
FISHING places
separate polling .i
On Monday C. C. Campbellwas : \.
the Government would coff crashed Into the rear of a
M. Hancock today warned the approved ," or Phil Pence the county Ma'-I
To Publicist by dlsvtlon boxes for white and negro I
of Fishing Guides allot public to "put down the serial find a suitable site. granted non-suit against parkea semi-trailer truck mil' JKB STUART CHAPTER i I tr) furnish a truck and voters. Attorney General Tom I
sel> sport tuning; and to number of your motor of any Books of the City of Stuart defendant James Hall, the State north of Lake Park on U S 1 DOC ORGANIZED haul sand on the Martin County Watson said yesterday ;

urage fishing tournaments type, Including powered lawnmowers wre turned over to Fredrlc ... Preston Coleman was continued about 11:30: p.m. Sunday 'I I Oolf and Country Club course'I I However, he said, polling \
I the bringing of tourist fishn ,,' and suggested that Dunn-Rankin of Miami this and George Dunning The four Stuart residents were Jeb Stuart Chapter 011>* and the school nurse was allowed places could "be so arranged '
> to all sections of Martin 'owner of such property makj week for the start of the semiannual pleaded guilty to two charges returning from Miami when the Daughter of the Confederacy $100( from the poor relief fund I that there could be two entrances \41,
secret Identification mark. on audit for the six month and. a 129 One and continuance mishap occurred. All were removed was organized Wednesday night I for an office work assistant I I to the polling place one .

ntyTOtRIST PROMOTION. the equipment. I (tiding-Sept- ;. 1._-. --, waOrdfed.OR. both _dL" _,._. ._to Good Samaritan Hospiuu i with Mrs. Paul Hoenshel elected'I. A}letter- was..ordreb.t.. t.to I for negro elector and one fur
>ubllclM all phases'ot tourist .. .--- -- tin ruesoay Doyle coroeuwas in West Palm Beach w6re {I president Mrs. M. O Uttman I tn- SRI regarding Road AIA between other electors, so that there 'h' ,
tlons in the endeavor to found guilty of operating a Olancoff died about lam. Mrs. let vice-president. Mr. Evans I Jensen Beach and Stuart I would be no Intermingling ot : '
both Visitor 'Area Water Control Body motor vehicle while Intoxicatedand Olancoff suffered a fractured Crary, 2nd vies-president, Mrs I which 1* Impassable due to lack the races"
t anr perman- fined $60 or 30 days. Two ankle various cut and bruises of drainage facilities, and the In
and '| H. H. Hipson, treasurer, Mrs. J. He said th only Instance \
resident to this ana:
I can of the SUM vs. Edward J. and possible Internal Injuries It'i H. Smith, corresponding secretary -j'j'i supplementary budget was approved which ballot 'boxes may be I

I onsor tourist a entertainment.chamber program- Organized Officers Named Love were passed and $100 bond was reported, and is hospitalized |I Mrs. Ted Preston record A resolution was ordered used It when one box I in Insufficient I
were estreated upon nonappearance Indefinitely Mrs. LaPointe Ing secretary, and Mr*. Ethel I sent to the Btatt Internal to hold all ballots I
in easel against Lee W. *utfrd I a fractured rib a I Walker, registrar Twenty-four Improvement Board seeking per- I

ILITf TAX HAS Control-Committee,was officially organized Wicker and Dale J. Berggren.. scratched nose and bruises on I I charter members joined at the I I mission. of the AntiMosquitoBoard FAULKNERS WIN PRIZESE. \
The Area Water at the Civic Center Yesterday the remaining 10 her face and hip. Her husband salon which was held at Mrs. I to fill certain awamp*,on D and John Faulkner won ,
called meeting
and officer elected at a special cases were acted upon The State received a bruised right leg a I Hoenshel' home, I II >.the North Fork, the speed and stunt flying prizes I
here Wednesday ,.. Wheeler C. Allen was continued cut finger and forehead contusion I ------- ----- with di,_l.nowered engines before
,157 BALANCEi Elected chairman without opposition I aa was the State va John *. Both LaPointe were treat, a large crowd on the high'tb '"
was Preston B. Baird, both committees be delayed Until F. WelUbarker. Cases against ed and released. school, field last I night I
Dade County commissioner L. Bird has had an opportunityto Thomas Jones, M. F. Williams State Highway Patrolman Art Show at Civic' Center The meet was the third thin 1 I

office of City Manager L.urtt 8. Remsburg of Fort Lauderdale confer with the chairman of LeRoy Baker and Vesta Varna- Frank Parolnskl laid Olancoff fornl. Stuart, Is listed on ,the
reported last night that I wa elected secretary Nearly the Flood Control Committee of doe, were ordered nolle prosequI. was driving northward and did Stuart Model Plane Club. I t
I'd-per'cent utility tax netted three dozen persons from 12 South Florida to determine what The charge against Doe Green not ice the truck in time to Open Tonight TomorrowMore

city $118393 during theh counties attended the three- work has been Gone, what 1* Jr, was dismissed upon paymentof avoid It, although he tried to TIDES i
of November, the fourth hour Msslon. during which considerable needed and what this new body costs and 173 bonds were take to the ditch and hit the THE '

est net for a single month discussion\ r** III 1 t*d can do to assist In the overall estreated In two charges against right rear of the truck, ripping,l _
tN tax was Initiated a from widely divergent organization aim Wilbur Williams., Seattle Lee off the left aide of hi* car The than 39 exponent of the 1620 he revealed. ThIs collec- High .d .Ill water ter um Rtf Lalw.
I ago last Monday. From this Ideas. Several time in the discussion\ Varnadoe was fined $35 on an officer said the truck was parked I esthetic have entered examples] tion 1 II not competing for any ... tar owk. "lI)". It.joatab .
with all four wheel the road of th'lr work In the art exhibit of the prize. Sunoord Time.. t. Weeells
e 8=4.93 was expended. It' point of argument effort to organize bogged down assault and battery. charge on I ,...t Hd J Iwut It .1-tas I far h I.h
eported leaving a net gain Water until It seemed the In the northbound traffic lane of the Fine Ars Guild openingat I Ii H. R. Steffens. president ...a I ..... U .1..." for .im CQ004":
fovember of $959. was th. already existing South dangerously NEW APARTMENTS without any light on but with i S until 10 tonight at the CivicCenter the Guild, said that while onlya ,-11, h, .W. H. ..M"k' ''lt
Committee of whole Idea might be abandoned W. L. w.
Control three red reflector stands out. Tomorrow It will be open few Martin County school students .... a.., ...
la result the City of Stuarted the work of which MV- Th meeting began at 11 am OPENED IN JENSENOpening i P.m. '
Florida Ai result George from 3 to 4 .m. and from 8 un had'intered exhibit the
a Sammy p
of the
the .,
hindered of the attendance ,
year eral speakers felt would be and at least a fourth showing a' 0.0. 0 ids 140 :Ik Uf4
I operation With 15T.44 left ,-of the Kenwood Greensboro, N. C., driver of the ''tlll1 p.m. : young people were 44 !
W, should
conflicted with failed to return after t. :N&S: ::
elund. column or Street truck was ordered held Monday l ,According to Erwin: Johnwlck great deal of interest, H* said e::: : m It 41 iitt
The balance Depot near .. ,
be .
cre Promin- Apartments on
organization the lunchtime recess. i l
this new to feel a definite 0.0. s I'll 14
and crafts branch chairman they seem : I'l
afternoon for failure to display art
shown a increase East Coast Railway i 'It. 0. Hi *
| steady ent among th* speakers was the Florida 0 :
be- ated. proper warning device for a more Iran 100 work will need for/an enrichment programIn 0.0.10 GAS IU as
the November Beach baa
net gain out'the H. Carlton of Fort Pierce : backs .In Jensen announced
fact That
Others brought disabled vehicle, according to be Included In the exhibit which our school work khmg this ... U SS64 141 11:11: 01
the toppedby C.i .
[ second highest of who summarized what work ha i this week by owner .
that at least two member Deputy Sheriff George RinelThe will be open to the public at no line We are Indeed pleased
I lag March l.o2U9. so far by the i W. Hou,.
body representing been to the
17-man that are contributing
the original truck was owned by Allied charge Entries cover work in
each of the eoanUe other committee on which he I The enterprise Includes an Van Line oil, pastl, water color black cultural work that the school la THE WEATHER
ITSON and extensively remodeled four-fam-
DRESS St Lucie County
believed this represent attempting la this area.
In the affected area and two Olancoff was associated for and white, bal relief and sculp-
P SOLD, FRIDAY be much needed who suggested a Joint meeting of : ily apartment building Martin exhibitors -
to Among county
new committee the put six month with Fugate ture he declared. ; tOTrM trJ
official standing to the two committees at the first i cottage withthe possibility will be Vema, Garni' P. .'r. she *,M .o. .k M ..........
chase oith'jo'fIUIOn Dress to give be add- and Oreenlee In the Rain Bldg. Johnwlck said the Oulld was k., N. Mu *, V mllM
[ approving possible date. that more cottages may O C. Whltlcar "" .awl.. wmao.. $4Nov. .-
The H. Chadboume. '
their committee East 4th St. He cam to Stuart highly elated over the Interestdisplayed ..
on 11-
Mr Call hU
an Osceola: Av. by Other speaker were H.: B. ed later Hong sell He TnwkMuk
organization officially Patricia van d* Water. r. Ca- _.._
vote for from Miami\ about five year by artist In Martin >
Raulenon from Mrs. Hugh wile who have been winter visitor \ .
Brevard County, .
Will only 1-4. with many of those Pope of ,for the ago He wa born in New York and Palm, Beach Counties. "W* trlna Carlberg, Captain Moritz, II >. <>
Frl .
Ferguelin mad In Jensen Beach
was undecided.. Peters of Dade County, Dewey No 14 H I]
Pezxonl :
apparently Alfreda Hogarth ,
The sale price which was present Included Wilcox of. St. Lucle Arthur. put several yean have movedfrom City In ISM fI ourselves extremely fortunate N.:. II MNo .
COunties represented Informal funeral Mr- in being able to give Martin Mart T. Camel. Thelms Date II IIIKM
unced. included all stock. Dad Mar- 81ms of Martin John Princ ,of Minneapolis to make Florida Simple .'II ::: .'IS UDn.
Indian River, to Florins IClng A. Kay Mulhaupt,
'Ixtures. it, said. I Collier their permanent residence. vice were conducted this morn Tjountlan an opportunity\ 1 .M MtM.
w at Beach and June Ounn-of
Lucl*. Okeecho-: Palm Wendell Waters and Johnwlck. ,
Raulenon akl ahI'w\U\ tip Brevard.81 Ing at John Mortuary, where examine several rare water col- I HI II
>lit in the latest design be*. Seminal\ Glades, BrowardQaceohv Oeceola Attending ,the meeting from rrrmoNS PLANNED the body was moved early Monday or and fold leaf exhibit from The exhibit ]udglnc i* scheduled : Sea, -*-* "
and Palm Beaclu morning by his associates the collection of P. H. Chad- tomorrow from V to 9 pjn HAWrAU.M
.. sponsored
Ads of cotton d.... Sh Johnson Qulnllvan Five petitions by INCHLIt
election of officer BWtutgwted here were Port Sewen," he laid The Judges will be Xd. S. Benson i.o., II '.N
After Auxiliary in the Stuart chapter of United bourne of
assisted by Mr Mabel Commissioner R. L. Wall. the American Won I .
of legislative 81ms, !'Hoik It ,. .t
and Anna C Griffin co-
formation Traveler. His It will bs the first public
Commercial only
who have of Evan her and calling (for enactmentof
will charge
French Senator wol :
Price ; I':
.mAking an4'alteration. and,'executive committees Marvin, H a universal, military trainingprogram known survivors art bid widow Ing, her,, ot these 'art owner of one'If. the widely :: ::6 't.
which evoked controversy on theletterit Crary Representative will be and a brother, Morton, Of New hlchMr Chadboume obtained known art, galltrte In Palm. )I ,
Sulerao formerly operatKitchen Martin County RoweU A. A. Hendry, Jr, and H. by, Congress and Chadbourttt*. ::; ,:: : ,
q-8 on Console Agent U Miss.M unW Johnson moved thatt.L. :R. eteffen. circulated in Stuart next.week.WIMW York. tn, Persia the work dating from Beach,


'e l' ","_

----. -:' U-1 mi-I

DEC. -r7.





Volcif of An American Community Dedicated to the AmerIcan Way *( Life xTy

._._._----- .._.. ._ .._ -

City ;Elecjjonjg Be. :Held Tuesday; Pence, Withdraws 111 I;'

-- ---- -- -

2-Point Work Programrawn SAILFISH CLUB Rousing Reception Given ,. REPLACES BRADLEY- West. Palm MAYOR FEELS fli I

) For '48 ChamberA OFFERS MOUNTTO New York Football Team I Jaycees Fete .''PEOPLE WANT Ii,


ENDICOTT A noisy rousing reception-bya -morning followed by frankfurter I R. L. WallCounty BOARD : I

host ot well-wishers greeted roait, Hamburger soft -CHANCE'

1*.point program of work for 1948 by the Me 11 ... the arrival of the football team drinks and shower were I

umber of Commerce. drawn up by a special com = Nominating Com ml I t lee 20 men strong from the North !lobed by Wilson Snack furn-I Commissioner R. L.: 5 Vie for 3' Commission

d of Price' French, C. A. Porter and Ernest F Lyons Is an- Named At Preliminary Side Social and Athletic Club of was 25 IDS of and Ice : "Dad" Wall Paint City oldest Posts Polls Open f
Harper Quinn
today M followsADVERTISING Session ; Endlcott N. Y, here at 8:30: last .
meed 7
; Tllton Sundrlef. A banquet at citizen and dean ot this counties at a m \

ll-. AND PUB- Stuart Sailnsh Club wDl :night Coming by bus and two private Seymour Inn tonight will cap! 17, I board of county commission- The lrent;; city election I

ICITY. The : set ;mount and present to the visitIng -' autos, the team and its coaches the day Food for the buffet! V |era wu guest ol honor at a noon
Zam1dvrti3 to three of five nom
1 definite foal all, VISITORS BUY team the largest aallflsh and officials were given a buffet last night was furnished by WN .j dinner meeting of the West Palm inees name to the City CommlsHion :
Cromer andHrby's
Lases Martin to 1 Andy Tslmas
of County ,-
supper at the Civic Center sponsored Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
caught by Endlcott: grtdstera on
and fill the City Judge's of.
in 000 certified readers of naLnal their Quit Stream trip Friday. ; by the Mans Club of the merce Monday. The occasion was fice will be Tuesday i
publications In the comLDINb ST. LUCIE HOTEL St. Josephs Catholic Church Tomorrow the visitor will be]1 rlthef '
according to a goodwill resolu-
P Tear I tion adopted by the sport fishing and then housed In the Stuart taken on an all-day deep-sea : to old settlers in this section of Polls illation

BU AND INVEST- group Wednesday night at the Hotel, Stuart Villa and with fishing trip on boats furnishedby I Florida I will be open from 7 a. m.
KMT! The Chamber will Invited FROM DAMRONS Civic Center. Commodore and Mrs Stanley eight charter boat captains I Wall. who has ben a commissioner to 7 p. m. with 1,065 citizens
encouraga capital to con- President Harry Dyer named Kltchlng Jaye**-Ettes were In the counly. A fish fry at the I for three counties and eligible) to participate
u additional facilities for I Ernest Lyons. Ray Young, Asia I hostesses st the Civic Center Civic Center at S p.m. with the Wan honorary member of Seminole The reduction from six to five
rist accommodation, for the I Stuart, Toley Engebrtaen: and The bus was met on the highway Jaycees In charge will close the I Indian tribe was accompanied I candidates for the three commission ,
twlng business needs of each.1.1I Mrs. Lord and Miss Law Are Ernest: Tyner as a nominating by a 15-car parade Including day. Preparing the fish will be j by Senator Evans Crary I vacancies resulted froma
Jnmunlty' I -- nd villencouragiIndustires New Owners of I I committee to report at an elec- several official cars equipped Harris Lowery, Jr. Fred A. 6-af: and both made brief talks i decision this week by Mayor
i that will bring In i Resort Hotel tion meeting to be called next with sirens The parade wended ford Pence and Arthur Dehon. CARL R CRAY, JR Following the luncheon meetIng Phil Pence to withdraw from the I''
y rolls I I week Its way through the business The New Yorker will be takenon Wall was taken to Station race Pence seeking reelectionto
-HIGHWAYS. Secure the section of'Stuart back tour the Mill. (o'n. Cri)' CI..t"'JCI.. : nil. a third term was nominatedIn
Mr. and Mrs Luther Damron A rules committee was named and to a sight seeing of WIRK where he was Interviewed I
|r-lane highway through Mar. who have owned and operatedthe composed of Curtis Whltlcar, the Center where the Martin county at 10 &.m. Saturday with wuy m.iii am, ] imlmlriulist; !! h"is by members of the WIRK staff the primary: voting Nov;' 25
} County In 1948-1949, work for Ted Preston and Kenneth Stlm- County High School band was cars available for the trip at bum iixihilcd| | li I lU nlin( on a special program Followingthe finishing fifth among the eight I
Improvement of damaged St. Lucie Hotel here for the hand for the Stuart Hotel. .* candidates However, in an open f
on a reception They are x-
mell to study club rules and report snappy 1. IUIH UUTdit Ad broadcast In a ceremony i
dI In th couni new past It year announced sale at the (next session conceit Greeters at the Center pected to run a. light drill In the Jan iu directed by "Ham" Anthony a I inter to Stuart voters this week, .:
dI to open up agricultural Monday of the 23-room structure C. D. MvQuade Stuart Hotel included Mayor Phil Pence. City afternoon. Inh'nltJlI' l hy 1 1'lt'si
II. to Mrs Paul Lord, Calais Me., owner, asked permission to Incorporate Manager L B Eurlt. Senator Mas Sunday morning at I or J( Oinur Dudley Merchants Division was presented the tally In the primary "It la
.ACCESS TO THE OCEAN; and Miss Elizabeth Law, Rochester a Saliflsh Club awards Evans Crary: and a number of 9 ajn will he followed by breakfast Who 'Uvoim 11.! S. Amy 01..nf to the Martin County ploner I evident that the people who vote
ntlnuef bring to a successful N. Y.-- scene In a moving picture he' is other dignitaries given by the CYO girls with want change in the City Commission -
luslon all projects' which Mr Damron a hotel man for planning to show through th Today Is Jensen Beach Day the Rev. Timothy .J. Geary the I 11 S(.ill! tix>n lie liixmuiit uF"Cm Wall.1S. was born near Palat- I have no desireto

give better access to then the past 40 yeari president of North; and a committee composed In an a"!bursts program drawnup commlUeeman In charg. After |>vilit), I). LiMlilmwir I ka but has spent the last 47 i ii go against the majority"of
beaches. the Ohio State Hotel Association of Capt. Toley, Lyons and by a' '* committee the game a banquet for both i years on' the Lower East: Coast voters of, the City of Stuart: L LI
-EDUCATION. Work for Im- In 1924, and S times presidentof Tyner was appointed to confer designed to furnish the teams and officials will be given ''He has 17 grandchildren And I Pen* a ac Ion leave Paul M
|wed educational\ facilities the Columbus\ Ohio, Hotel Association with him.ISTATUS. Northern visitors with every' convenience by O C. Smith a. the Lighthouseat 175 ATTENDBAPTIST that ten.t all. He confirmed re- Hoenshcl, Arle Stuart, Kenneth
ughout Martin County.MEMBERSHIP. said that he did not and facility\ available I p.m.The norti that. he expects soon to I Stlmmell_ :! R. B. Mc he.TIIOn.and ... I
Set a def- haw definite business plans at during their flveday.ltay which businessmen committee become a-.rat.her again. H. P. Lyons vlelng for the three

> goal of 20 J per cent Increase present. The Damrons have OF NEW will be climaxed by a game with Include Paul I Young, Harry ji posts as a result of their finishing '\ \.
nbershii, for tile Chamber made many friends In and for the Stuart Veteran on the high Beckman, Nell Bishop, Lowery, MEET i In that order In the primary i
\ the objective of having 100 I Stuart In their proprietorship. I school field Sunday at i p.ra Stafford, Pence, Erwin F. John- COUNTY OKAYS In which H, B Rain and 1t
| cent representation from all They moved Tuesday to the R. POST OFFICE The New Yorkers had a swimming wick, Father Geary, Ausborn, ,L, J, Vollrath were eliminatedThe I .
engaged In business in: B. McCullough cottage on Osce- party and workout on the Smith T J. F Kennedy and CA HERE'TUESDAYMoro I three rec/elving/ the highest
kin County ola Ave. which they will occupy oc'anfront at Jensen Beach this PorterJURRYCUNCOFF. 2 NEW PLATS number of votes Tuesday will i iI
-EFFICIENCY. Streamline I for the winter season ... I ,fill out theAniarged commissionJoining
mber 'of Commence olllce The new owners are trained PLAN SOUGHTOn I holdovers W. B. Baker
<<: I
than 175 persons from and Jack L, Coleman.Thowilorriminsion's .
limes[ and procedure for maxim ; business-women, Miss Law having Clonts Clears \
effectiveness and producWATER'CONTROL. -: been In the commercial food sev n churches In the ludlan Seeks St.tAid" Drainage I enlargement t.
us. business In Rochester and Mrs a rnoU--;;;; Vice Mayor River Baptist Amoti0iinit. on Road AlA from three' to. five members
Lord having been Innbe candy W. R. Baker, City Manager L. B. 1 come a* result ot a legislative,
Active KILLED GAR (tended the 4th annual Sunday to Jensen
ipatton In Ideal, State and manufacturing and ,theatre Eurlt: was Instructed to writ* 19 CountyCourt I D IN I School training recognition: ban I ; act ture passed which in subsequently the 1947 Leglsla was
knl for establishing business again to Congressman Dwight i SubdlI .
plans quet at the Civic Center Tuesday Plats of River Terrace in
approval amandatory
r r control In Martin County.; Mr. and Mrs. Lord first visited Rogers asking the status of the night t I vision as presented by Otto Ku- given popular' referendum last Sp.

LUCQ! INLET Push Stuart some five years ago A proposed new Post Office In Stuart CasesNineteen CRASH SUNDAY 1 Guest speaker after the tur- I bin and a portion of Golden tember. Previously only one I
of rtlred druggist, he will\ not take reportedly authorized tentatively S.
[completion the deepening key dinner was Dr John Halde. Gate as presented by O commission post became vacant
note Inlet for which $53,000 active part In the business. The several months ago by I man of Miami who spoks on the! Brockway for the Port Bewail each fall
[been appropriated. Lords have two children John the Post Office Department atan case set for trial In Wif, LaPomtes Injured In evening/ general theme of The Development Company were approved Incumbent Harry F Dyer Is "
AGRICULTURE 'RANCH- D. Lord. a medical student at estimated cost of $105,000. the November term of county Collisson; With Truck 1 Land of Tomorrow" Stage dee by the County Commission seeking a fifth term as Municipal
I AND COMMERCIAL FISH- Yale and Mrs. James M Lamme The action was taken at the I In session at the court '
court by Judge Arthur R. Clonts On u. S. 1 orations also followed this motif Judge and for the flf.h consecutive .1\
To publicize by dlstrtbu- of Black Mountain, N C City Commission regular session house yesterday unopposed. 04
tim Is
were disposed of In one day less I !
| of agricultural booklet the at the city hall Nov. U I Awards in the association in A request by Judge Harry: r. Mayor Fences open letter appears -
than the scheduled four at the Olancoff,
tunnies for farm and ranch SHERIFF WARNSON where subsequent discussion Harry 53-year-old 1947 totaled 806, according to I Dyer concerning a fill on the on page 14 of The Stuart
pment, and to activly aid NUMERALS raised the question of where the court house yesterday afternoon Stuart architect, was fatally the program, compared W only west side of the Worth Fork News today. .
enterprises in developing new office might be located. No A total of 99 cases were listed! on hurt and hi* wife and Mr. and I 5fiB the year before The seven t fallout 300 ft, I long was approvedand As a sidelight on the election

|land, and to support the sea- Because of a number of motor definite answer could be given thI term docket but 80 were disposed Mrs. 1. Q LaPolnte were Injured, churches represented pledged the matter will be taken up the Associated Press reports that
Industrie of this arm thefts In which serial number this query: although it was felt of previously. when their auto driven by Olan- 900 for 1948 Including 4)0) .In Stuart with the State Road Department I Florida law do-s not authorizeseparate
-8 PO R T FISHING AND have been filed oft Sheriff O that once the construction was i I Upon appearance of polling places and bal .
On Monday C. C. Campbellwas j
the Government would coff crashed) 'Into the rear of a .
HTINO. TO pub clle by dts- M. Hancock today warned the approved ,' I or Phil Pence the county Ma'-I lot boxes for white and negro ,,
ptlon of Fishing Ouldes alls public to "put down the serial find a suitable site granted non-ault against parkea semUtrailer truck 3 mils JLB STU"ARTi"APTU. to furnlih a truck and voters Attorney General Tom
of sport mining, and to numbers of your motors of any Books of the City of Stuart defendant Jamet-HaUTthe Statevs. north of Lake Park on U. S. I t'D.O.C. ORGANIZED I haul sand on the Martin County, Watson said yesterday -\ ,

ursge fishing tournaments type including powered lawnmowers were turned over to Fredric Preston Coleman was continued about 11:30: p.m. Sunday _.- Golf and Country Club course' :I However, he said, polling '
I the} bringing of tourist fishVn : 'and suggested that, Dunn-Rankin of Miami this and George Dunning The four Stuart residents Were Jell Stuart Chapter ot th/i and the school nurse was allowed places could "be so arranged 'j i :
maki, week: for the start of the semiannual pleaded guilty to two charges from Miami when the relief fund' \
to all section of MartinI owner of such property returning Daughters of the Confederacywas $100 from the poor that there -could be two entrances -
secret identification mark on audit for the six month and a $20 fine and continuancewas mishap occurred. All were removed organized Wednesday night,I for an office work: assistant I to the polling I place, one : .
: tiding Sept 1. ordered on both to Good Samaritan Hospn.ai Paul Hoenshel elected I A letter was ordered sent to fur '
r-TOURIST PROMOTION the equipment. _. _. ._ !with Mrs. .. for negro electors and on*
ubllclz all phases of tourist ---' ------- - --- un Tuesday Doyle CorbettU in West Palm Beach where I president, Mrs M O LIttman,'I the SRD regarding Road AlA beI other electors 10.hat\ there'

ictlons In the endeavor to found guilty of operating a Olancoff died about lam. Mrs. 1st vice-president. Mrs Evans,I I tween Jensen Beach and Stuart ,would be no Intermingling ot I
; both 'Visitors anr perman- Area Water Control l Body motor vehicle while Intoxicated Olancoff suffered a fractured I{Crary, 2nd vie'-president, Mrs which Is Impassable due to lack ,the races"
|residents to this area: andrusor and fined $60 or 30 day*. 'Two ankle, various cuts and bruises JH I H. Hlpson, treasurer, Mrs J. 'drainage. faculties and the He said the only Instance in /
cars of the State vs Edward J. and possible Internal injuries, It I' budget was -
Chamber H Smith, corresponding secrejtary supplementary 'which two ballot boxes may bo I
a program
NamedThe Love were passed,and$100 bonds was reported and Is hospital. A resolution wa ordered -
irlst, entertainment. Organized Officers : Mrs. Ted Preston recordIng I used Is when one box is insufficient ll
were estreated upon nonappearance ized indefinitely Mrs. LaPointe: secretary, and MIs.. Ethel sent to the Stats Internal to hold all ballots '
In eases against Leo W. suffired a fractured rib, a, Walker registrar Twenty-four,I Improvement Board seeking per- I II

ILITYTAXHAS Water Control Commute was officially organized Wicker and Dale J Berggren. scratched nose and brUises on(charter Inembcri joined at the I mission of the Anti-Mosquito I FAULKNERS WIN PRIZES :
Area called meeting at the Civic Center Yesterday the remaining 101 her face and hip Her husband Vision which was held at Mrs I Board to fill certain swamps. on E.: D and John Faulkner won
and officers elected at a special cases wen acted upon The State received a bruised right leg a Hoenshel home. .the North Fork, the speed and stunt flying prizes
her Wednesday. vs. Wheeler C. Allen was continued cut finger and forehead contusions 1---------- -.---- with dlei-l_Dowered ennlnes before i
1157 BALANCEoffice Elected chairman without opposition a* was the State vs John Both Lapointes were treat,. ; a large crow.doni.he high
was Preston B. Baird both committee be delayed until F Weltxbarker Cases against ed and released school football field last night.
Dade County Commissioner L. Bird ha had an opportunity Thomas Jones, M F' Williams, State, Highway Patrolmani Art Show at Civic Center I The meet was the third this I Ifornla

> 7 City Manager U 8 Remsburg of Fort Lauderdale to confer with the chairman of LeRoy Baker and Vesta Varna- ) Pamnaklaid\ Olancoff Stuart is listed on the
rlt reported last night that was elected secretary Nearly I the Flood Control Commutes of doe were ordered nolle prosequlTh was driving northward and did Stuart Model Plane Club.TfiES '11
|0-per cent utility tax netted three dozen persons from 13 South Florida to determine what charge against Doe Green, not set the truck In. time to Open Tonight Tomorrow t !
I city 1 $118393 during the counties attended the three- work has been tone what ls :Jr, was dismissed upon paymentof avoid It, although be tried to ;
|h of November the fourth't hour session during which considerable needed and what this new body cost and $71 bond were :take to the ditch and hit the "
net for a lngU month discussion resulted can do to assist in the overall) estreated in two charges against fight rear of the truck. ripping, -
tht tax wa Initiated a from widely divergent. organization -. alma. Wilbur Williams. Beattie Lee 'oft the left aide of his car. The More than 35 exponents of the 1620 h* revealed This collec- 111. is" %.V -::;:;";.. Ute 8. L.Ao
|ago last Monday From this Ideas. Several times In the discussion Varnadoe was fined $35 on an officer mid the truck was parked esthetic have entered examplesof tion U not competing lor .any ,... tm Mwk .."' .., .I- it.KW. ,

e U249S wa expended It'' Principal point of argument efforts to organize bogged down assault and battery: charge I with all four wheel on the road thlr work In the art exhibitof of the prize of .. "'.A-ld. ..A._...._. to TI_....t..... Ine....bigh.11.
Ported, leaving a net gain -Water until it seemed the In the northbound traffic lane the Fine Art Oulld opening i H R. Steffens, president .... I _... II ..,..." ,., low. Cooa..104
ovember of $8S was ths already ZxlsUng South dangerously be abandoned NEW APARTMENTS without any light on but with at S until 10 tonight at the Civic: the Guild, said that while only ..*.lr. br .W. H. Mltokdl.Sri, IL
of whole Idea might H W.
la result the City of Stuart Control the work of which several The meeting began at 11 a.m. OPENED. JENSEN three red reflector stands out. I Center Tomorrow it will be open a few Martin County school students 11 ,:..
Florida, entered exhibit, the
A* result George tfcarcy, from 2 to 6 p.m.and from $ until -
pd the tint year ot the hindered of tile attendance a .
would be least fourth 240 T8DM
felt and at a %Its
{operation with .8.15U4 left speaker should to return after Opening of the Kenwood Greensboro N C, driver ot the Ll pjn young people were showing a :=: : Is : :VIt:
1 lund. The balance column or conflicted with failed Prominent on Depot Street near truck, Was ordered held Monday According to Erwin Johnwlck:. great deal Intersst He said, ..... .,Il 1.61. .... lIn, .,
be cre lunchtime recess. Apartment .
organization the 1 4*4 644 low Islet
to feel definite
this new "they seem a
afternoon for failure to art and crafts branch chairman
inown a steady increase the speakers was the Florida Eut Coast Railway display DM ".u' lIn, .Otte.o .
Ithe November net be ated. among Beach baa proper warning devices ,for a more than 100 works will need for an enrichment program _. II la. 'IT IM ,
gain Jensen an-
Pierce track in
he Other brought out the fact That H. Carlton of *, disabled vehicle according to be Included In the exhibit, which In' our school work: along this, 10.96 II 0364. VIA, $ ia..s .It'
f second l highest toppedby of who summarized what work ha* nounced this week by owner C, ry
[ lut March 11.086.58CUSON that at least two member the Deputy Sheriff George Rlnea. will be open to the public at no line We are Indeed pleated
i far by W Houg
... the original 17-man body representing been accomplished so which he The enterprise include an The truck was owned by Allied charge. Entries: cover work in that.we ar contributing tothe J: '
committee on
each of the counties other Van Line. oils pastil water color, black cultural work: that the school: THE WEATHER
and extensively remodeled four-fam-
DRESS St. Lucie County *
p ,In the affected area believed this represent of apartment building and two Olancoff .u associated for and white, bas relief( and sculpture ,attempting In this area ,
SOLPtFRIDAY new committee to be much needed who suggested a Joint first ily: with. the possibilitythat the past six month with Fugat he Among Martin county exhibitor 'r.. ; ...:.-;:;;- H Nnrie* '''"
1.th o
pas* i"the' ;Ferguson Drops to give official standing to VIe two committee' cottage more cottage may be added and Oreenlee In the Rain Bldg declared.'d: wa will be Verna Oaml'.s. P Joh. ... ..... v. .. .....,.. -......

I on Osceola A.". by Mr. their committee. The approving possible Other date.speakers were IL B. later, Hong said. He and I hi* on East: 4th St H* came to Btu- highly elatedlover' the Interest H. Chadbourne. O C. Whttlcar, ".r MIl. a.--Il: 11-4.60 1 1as
n I vote; for organization officially VIa- art from Miami about five year displayed\ .by artist In Martin Patricia van d* Water. T. Ca- ...._ "iDl__.
Raulel'lOllfrom Mr* Brevard County, Hugh wU r, who have been winter .
of those Pope of trtna Carlberg Captain Mortis, .. ... ..
with many I II "We H. II
1-4. Beach Counties.
Ferguson wa mad Frt- was only undecided. Peter of Dade County Dewey non In Jensen Beach for the ago B* wa born la New York and Palm N.... 11. .1. ...
[ The sale price which, wasO'JneK I present apparently wilcox of St Lucle Arthur B. past several yean, have moved City In ISM. fet ourselves extremely fortun- Altreda Hogarth, Nellie Peasant, N... II. ._ _n. It
I represented' Included informal funeral ate In being able to give Martin Mart T Camel Thelma Dare, .
Cbuntle Simple services -
Included! all stock John Princ fit from Minneapolis to make Florida '
River Dade, Martin aims of Martin, j Fiorina'Xing, A. Kay Mulhaupt MM: .. :: :si GAL
Ixtures, tt, "Id.RallIsrsott Collier,Indian ofOeceola. their permanent residence. wr conducted this morn Counttan an opportunity ,.
vat Okeechc- Palm Beach and June g 1 I' -,21:: :.4;
.. mid {will ,, Brmrd, St. Lucle. : ing at John Mortuary', where examine several rare water color Wendell Water and Johnwlck.Th : : '
I"lie In the latest designs bee. Semlnol Glade, Broward, th meeting from FnrnoNS FUNNED the body, was moved early Monday and SOld leaf exhibit exhibit 'Judginj 4* scheduled Oooot' 'As Iti.

ABA of cotton dresses ah Osceola and palm Beach Attending\ Johnson Qulnllvan Five, petition sponsored By, morning..by his associate the collection of P. H. sald.1 I tomorrow from f to I pjn INCH**,, RAINFALL
assisted by Mr Mabel After election of officer. Biro here were Commissioner R. 1. Wall the American Legion Auxiliary' In the Stuart chapter ot United 'bourne ot Port BeweU" he 'The 'Judge will be'Ida 8. lIeDI i.11..._. It _..siof .
who formation of legislative Sims Commercial Travelers. His only n will be the first public showIng ion and Anna C. Griffin CO"I Ift
suggested enactment
| will have ofmaking Senator Evans; her and calling for I toN
charge French, : :
Price :: ,
committee .. art works' of one'pl tb widely- = .
owners Its
and"Oltocutlys known survivors are bit widow her ot ** ,
I of universal military training
Marvin H. a :
and UtetMton .
;; .
RepreetntaUv .. '
I X as < .11'hW'
the Crary '
"uJerllOlIrmerlwopera&, .- which evoked controversy on Rowell A. A. Hendry: Jr. and H.B I program by. Congress will be and a brother Morton, of New which I Mr Chadbourn bi I known art gallerie In, ,Palm. .
Un.Kitchen!, on latter pin IIIIW Martin County that Btefftn circulated In Stuart next week, York. In Persia: the work dating from, Beaoh and Chadbouraf .... -, ......=c- tt.

I Agent L. ... ..Joh'llDIO..d! \

Aim&.IiMI.w f. .Jo} '"" ..'." ,,' .. -" ..'.:
.... .. .

1 1i 1r
i .,.... "
,, '"

.4.. : -

r I I I : _I




I, ? .
I 1 1i
I: I .. ,
", ,
j I. ,.\i,,,".y,,'',\:',""t,. ,i',
t S

''H ; : 4 ;


r* I ,,. y.., .. I.. r *' ;._ 'Till Christmas !

; f 4t I
,: 1 f.



t ; dry .":.', Have Modern alp-to-Date\ Stores
; : "I
r i 4f!% Yuletide Gifts

;, ,' ; r 1.1 Cir,
:, 1 for.

""if''I'' ij; 'm, i VARIETYQUALITY rIt

( .,v .


: : r I4 Quick i'Ii

a 3 : \,, i, Christmas '

fl4j 1 rt' \i AND FIRST'I
r' : #
,, ) ; Complete, Customer ,


y. ,
Lti i,; l in STUART

(! MeClunt Me') \ '
W w t:8 1
HALL'S ELECTRIC SERVICE. STUART DRUG C P. HO 5 t ORE E..BAR; $,PA GE, w*:'(E._-R''Jtro ,; : ,7; ,. ,
x *


!C !. ''' .!''''''' ''''''''''''.''''_''''f. .r.'r..r J .II''
i< IIIr
: ; '1

> '"" "", ,'11'. .." ... .., '?,.)' ..".,,,.,,.......,_" '""" ."", '" .......c i' 'T!''''' 'Ir, ........".,. -.1"." 411.. +f.II"'>""" "



fcuart Vets, Endicott,. N. 'Y. to Play Here Sunday 3 P.M. J I

-- -- --

TH REPORTED IN TOP TIGER COURT The schedule tentatively Is ;

scheduled to open Dec. 17 with '

APE FOR SECOND MEETING DRILLS START a game here: expected Principal the Erwin season T.Johnwlck I

card to be ready for release next _'

ici! .Brothers Spark Once-Beaten Northerners; r Thirty candidates are expect week. For trips the ,squad. will JJ!

Stopped 12-7 By We.t. Palm Beach On Thanksgiving '; '35'' 4- -31 S19' 37 1 44' 'SO 147 ed to report to Head Coach Jos- be culled to 12, Johnwlck said
site home
eph McCoy at Martin County but no definite' for a f
squad has been announced. .
Stuart Veterans stymied with a tie a nd a crippled defeat in their last two out. High School Monday afternoonto game. McCoy will be assisted byCoach
will reach the pinnacle of their! season when they entertain the North Side itart serious basketball prac Charles ltinds1ed.Twentyfive .

I and'Athletic Club of Endicott N. Y., on the high school field .at 3 .p.! m. tice.: Impromptu drill started of the cage can
aY, two weeks ago, but full practice didates attended a demonstration -
game will be a return of have been delayed pending the clinic In Vero Beach last W
W" trip to the New Yokr finish of the football Mason Sat night ,(1(
inity on Oct. 12 when En- Probable Starting Lineups

| staved off a late Stuart ENDICOTT POST STUART
j win a brilliantly-played Kelly Pis.nl LEI.. Horace Arnold This 24-man squad representing the North Side 3 p. m. The Northerners IIrc; coached by Sylvan Now Under Personal Supervision of 'J
120-14) Sparked by a vet Tony Fracco LT Ralph Hartman Jr. 1-Social and Athletic Club of Endwott. N. Y., which "Spill" Buttbtu (utinulmg second from left) and i EARL B. DU AN, I PI I
ins and the fleet Guldlcl Tom Demetros LG Jim Tucker arrived here last night will tangle with the Stuart Joe Minnl) (extreme!' light).- Owner/ Ill'

rs will, Gino reach and Angelo the Stuart En. Mike Coppola C Ed Williams Veterans on the high school l field here Sunday at LUC BAR'ST. 1

[here with an 6-1 season Robert Kropp RG Billy Smith ST e .a.:. t
Marsh Del Santos RT A LINE ON SPORTSEndicott
George Magos '
i teams are reported to be Pat Serll RE Ransom Tilton A/0 DINNU
arty top shape for this Cecil Eitep- QB Paul Hardwick Team Arrives UNDta surinvisioif OF ANDY :TSIMAS
I clash. Since the season Gino GuidicI: LHB Jack: Hartman OPEN a DAYS
Injuries have sidelined Angelo Guidic! RHB Warren Shipes PLAY SATURDAYIN !
Line of Cltoice UQUORS WINES .
I on the two outfits ,
Roger English FB Walter. Rein, Jr. To Test.. Stuart Vets Sunday
balance of the year but Timer Dec 7, 1947, at 3 p. m. ind C IALSRA ,

lull lse strength.boU) art Dlno expected Santa.to Places Martin County High School Field. FORTPIERCE By ED MENNINGER, JR.

i first string right guarddlcott Officials Harris Lowery, Jr., J. L. Coleman, -- \ t

suffered a broken Larry Fry. A. M. Shrigley and Ralph Hartman -- Twenty sturdy Endicott,N. Y., football players and their TlTJ
ne In Stuart's game there ---- Absorb Fifth SUaight Loss .. .
12-0 in Melbourne various OfficIals received as pulse-throbbing a reception as ERSON
o i weeks later guard Jack i
i suffered a broken neck fully recovered from: his rib Injuries partment. Stuart's usual pro- Friday has ever been given any group upon their arrival here last

ame with a Syracuse club. and showed to good effectIn I ficient ground attack was stopped night. Scores of local residents turned out to royally receive
r: are expected to be able the West Palm Beach' game firmly as the Jets yielded INDIAN RIVER CONFERENCE. the Northern visitors and initiate a well-planned entertainment DRE S SHOP ;
r i this trip here Also inme on Thanksgiving although used I only 11 yards net while pounding ..rlool.1..1 W I. Pet. TP OP program. ,Martin County has shown and we ,
there Charles Stiller only for passing and briefly on for 137 themselves. r_ S I...... lit 1\ believe sincerely will continue to lend its support to this I
art was kayoed by a broken defense. Fullback Charlie Hall's I Tlluollk 14,11.w"4 I ...... M IS IS It event unmatched in the county athletic history. See you
n& and wrenching of his sprained right knee has responded WPI POST. STUART STUART t. ISS IS 14G at the Sunday! Former Irguson Dress Shop
[knee and does not expect gratifyingly to treatment and 1 ReathHolm.. LT R. lla.Arnold..... Feu..ekobo.IIM .a.S .....0.. II< IISLASt lit > a e '
y r again this season. he should l 'be ready for at least i GI.... 1.0 A..... LA YES D ilGNS and STYLES
: .eio.l.r., C Wlllluu, WEEKI KESUtTS Reports to our office Indicate Martin County's nlmrods
rt Injured players of re- duty on offense In addition to 'Caoa IS, F *,
are having moderate In the first weeks of the
ames all are expected topy handling all the kicking chores 1 .itsTwid.11 l.lbourn. II, Bty ftSATURDAY'S e success new
GAMES not to the State Game and Fresh OF '
ilK season although Water
ready for the Invaders The Vets ran Into unexpected QR H......... STUART a volt Ihro.MKHirtrmo r
rward wall has weathered stern opposition on Thanksgiving Wittia I.H Il II.......... (... ..!...) Commission's belief that "Florida Faces the best hunting I
iven games to date In ex- and bowed for the first time i U.therr.vw HHa as ,. H."w...... prospects In years." However, the 4th District (including this COT 0
l shape and all seven regu- on Florida soil to the West Palm Sew* bjr Quarter The Martin. County High county) admittedly was hardest hit by the fall storms and the DRESSESi,

), re scheduled to be ready Beach JetlI2-7. A crowd of 460 s..rt w-t P.1.....,..II-WIN...... .e s 0 T d e 6.-12 er School Tigers held, winless andscoreless ( Commission says "It presents the State's most dismal prospects I
dltlonally. The backfield paid watched the exciting con through five straight this year.Turkeys have been scarce since 1928 In Martin County
h more a qustlon. test despite the murky weather, Fins ... i jr games will close out their drab, and hunters 01-find"no Improvement this season. Squirrel Dress akin nd Alterations I
and mist that fell several times.'I Net .:. r.lnai rmund; 1947 football season, In Fort r
tt Rein Jr., the team's 11 0 hunting will be unsatisfactory but quail and deer hunters are
, und-galner, will be forcedr The Jets, heavier but less experienced : P._ .aWrayed....,Ie.... 4 I Pierce Saturday at 8 pm.: On assured of a fair amount of entertainment. Conditions In the
... the basis of Fort Fierce' con L
Y4L .1. It.ra.
an aluminum tube on his showed the effects of ..- ,.... 0a..re pad. h", 4Yd. vincing victories over Pahokee stornuwept area are best described by a veteran hunter who
forefinger which fr- only good pre-season coaching as I .......1..01.. I........ .1 1sP. eAeam and Melbourne, both of whom Just completed a private survey of the entire district "It ain't RS. MA EL LANE t j
healed from being badlyIn they operated smoothly from the ,d.-. yny II .4.1 defeated Stuart, the Eagles will good,," he reported, "but It aln"$ as bad as I Jiggered\ It I
. Qkeechotee Nov. 21icr T-formation and completelydominated ,,, *.aI:4.: ;:_ I 41 aArr. be strong favorites In- the finals would be.' ; 1
\ Warren Shapes seems -- __every_statistical_ _deLYON'S -, Yd.> Ill kkkl I.IUISEASON .. 40 a0F.nbl. for both schools | DROP,IN ANY TIME ;

:hmkl... ';.r-ev.oel; : 1Pen. 4O.a The game originally was ''FLORIDA PASSES'j I HUNTERS WARNED I OK OVER 1>UR STOCK t '
scheduled for Oct. 10, but
..'1S.n.ltloi; .: 4e drenching rains that night and BOWL BID OFFER i 1 1Galne.vllle.i'A'The ,AGAINST TULAREMIA i

the next forced delay of the contest : ) Floridal I Florida nlmrods and housewives : :
RECORDS until both teams had, completed football team, battered were cautioned this weft: MRS; ATHRY RAULERSON
their schedulesFort I tough schedule In which It won! to be careful while handling wild '
RESTAURANT 'STUART Pierce: has won-lour.1"l tigirtrirW four tied one and lost MVJ I rabbits as a safety measure Lyric Theatefeldg., ;; Osceola Ave. !I
IMPEIAL Endicott It, Stuart 14. and tied twice while the Tigers games Is cog Inteersted' In a against contracting tularemia, '
Stuart 20, Miami NAS .. won twice In nine stsfrts bowl game: Coach Ray Wolf said.i commonly called rabbit fever. :
Pleree .. ,, ,_ _
Stuart 20 Fort --- ---
ANf However, no game on the Tiger
Stuart 14, Okeechobee 7:' schedule carries more weight
Stuart 14, Vert Beach 7., with the team than this traditional ,
f STATION Stuart t, Okeechobee .. battle. All too often for:
SERVICE West Palm Beach 12, Stuart 7. the Eagles' comfort,. underdog'
W-4, .-*, T-1ENDICOTT Stuart has risen to clip the MASONS
617 S|. FEDERiL HIGHWAY Eagles' wings and Tiger determination 12 GOOD \

put a cheery ending on
Endicott 48, Sidney a disappointing season may do
Endicott 39, Easton .. It again. Both squads are rs- !
( SO PLAT LUNCHES Endicott M, Stuart 14. ported In good shape with seniors

ILK SH/ ESBIG and TALL Endicott Endicott 7 18,,Syracuse Leroy U.I.Eucldott Charley expected Titus to and carry Sammy the Whittle bruntof For Your Membership in .

7, Plttston .. the Stuart offensive. I.
Johnson City 13, Endicott I. Eight Tigers .will complete '

!(tt( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( Endicott 7, Geneva .. their high school football careen "
Endicott I, Binghamton I. In this,gams. Six are sen. 1048 i'
iP ,!-8. t-rl T-l. Ion Including Whittle, Titus,
Ted Bishop, Arthur Henry; Harris
AKE TE i Wall .and Lloyd Campbell
Duck Hunting Two who are juniors but will not I
be playing any more are J. B MAT COUNTY
ISTMAS Pruitt and Alonso Smith.
Time to' Start Melbourne dropped Stuart Into
fourth place In the final stand- "
Ings of the Indian River Conference :
Noon Friday night by defeat- ChamM Commerce"
: I Monday Ing the Martin County outfit of
12-0 In a steady rain. The Bulldogs
Tallahassee Dee.'(._Florida's put over touchdowns In I
Ii It/ the first and third periods while
30-day migratory 1 waterfowl fighting off three Stuart threatsto ANNOUNCES ITS PROGRAM OF WORK FOR THE COMING :
( hunting season will operTat noon win their fourth game In 10
TABLE AND HAIR COMBINATION Monday Director Ben C. Morgan this fall. Stuart dented Melbourne's Chamber 7-EFFiCIENCY.. Streamline Chamber of Com- :
10-yd. thrice once 1
PO !6-BLEIRONER I Fish Commission, said today. reaching the I-foot stripe wherea hat set a definite coal:; to advertffa m phases of mere, office facilities and procedure for maximum

Under waterfut hunting Federal regulations fourth ,down plunge was fu Martin County to 1,000,000 cesffieA-eaders of effectiveness, and productiveness
MIXER Issued by
scored first
Melbourne on
Government, bursting i i ducks, a tile.line play and later on a p.... national .publications in the coming Bar. 8-WATER CONTROL, Active participation in
E 1C BLANKET geese and coot will not start until local, State and federal plans for establishing I
12 on opening day, 'i 2 BUILDING' AND INVESTME Th Chamber
FLE,IRONS water control In Martin County, ,
COLORED VETSPREVAIL250 ''will invite and encourage: capffal to eosltruct additional ;
,, VA M CLEANERS I IPbone B-TEAM GAME'CANCELEDThe County High facilities for tourist commod&'oni, for 9-ST. LUCIE INLET, Push to completion the deepening 1
Martin Inlet for which' $53,000 has rand
of St Lucie ,
WftNlER WASHERiNG School football B-team's scheduled : the growing business needs M each community-
PADS game here Tuesday' night 0 0The will encourage new in with the Fort Pierce Bs was can .
( y asu Wet Heat) celed Monday as a result of con- In payrolls.
The FISHING. To publicise by distribution of
TAlY IRONER flicting Stuart colored Vets foot- HIGHWAYS.. Secure the -lane highwayftirough;
junior Tigers tied one and lost. aricultat.llMIokl.ta: the opportunities for farm
ball team rolled up yardage virtually Martin in 1348-4* work for,the i ilprovc-
two this fallDObGER8I ? County and ranch development, and to actively aid new
,at will to the Fort '
IM DI DELIVERY anent of damaged roadm the county,. ai new enterprises In developing the land, and to support
DI.EDThe Fierce vets 25-0 on the high Jftural
Stuart Dodgers, who bow school field here Thursday nightThe roads to open up aerie areas. the seafood industries of this area.
actin Electric ed 1-6 to the West Palm Beach decision squared the standIng -
o nty All-Stars hero Nov. *S, were between the two teams Fort 4-ACCESS TO THE 0 /AN. Continue to btVtg to 11-SPORT FISHING AND YACHTING. To public-,

rained out of their scheduled Pierce having won the- week: before 'a successful condusfn all projects 'whicf will is* by distribution of Fishing: Guides all phases

JO i K. ELLER, Mgr. clash with the Daytona All- give-better access toXha_ ocean beaches; of sport fishing, and to encourage fishing tournaments I
Stars here Sunday and have not Fullback J. D. Murphy led the ;
and the bringing of tourist fishermen to
bon Bldg. 75 been able to secure: an opponentfor Stuart offensive bulling his, way '.
next Sunday, It was said' yesterday through the Fort Pierce line for S--EDUCATION.., W k for improved educftionfacilities = all sections of Martin County

JaJa>>>>) ) ) ) ) ---- ------- third touchdown quarters.in Marvin the first Donald-and throughofl. Martin County. ;12-TOURIST PROMOTION. To publicise all phases

sun Intercepted a pass and raced MEMBERSHIP]; let a 'definite goal of 20%\in- of tourist attractions in the endeavor to bring-,
41 yards for a score In the second: mmbe hip for the'Ch.mber. with. both Visitors' and p rtnannt' residents to this
est, Ralki Beach DirectoryfcN period the scoring and when Jesse h Jackson, slipped closed thru crease objective) of haflng 100% representation f. areas| and! to sponsor 'Chamber' program for. ,I .'.\;'

center from the S yard line;, for all persona ngaf ed in business in Martin Count]. tourist entertainment.
IN WEST PALM a TD bear the end of the third
1 FR I APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE period., Fort Pierce outweighedand 0' J
forced On the defensive most [ INVEST IN Y UR CHAMBER{

ess "oas" HAWTHORNE. of the evening,. never made a .
ALKOCK'S Ia coons TO ROOFING CO. serious scoring threat. ,. :
The. score, by'' quarters- CCOMPLISH THESE OBJECTIVES
61 Z',Clematis St.i aoora+a-SHUT'MITAL,, I Fort Pores, "'.0 .0 ,0 0-0 ,' TO '- I
ATIMa-VSlfTIlAT ATSr/et. :Stuart J._r.-.t 112, 0-M
Furniture anti! Ne'ap'OPTDYI7aUTa sl wATiapaoomta, il. Officials: Ralph Hartman, Jr.
ouse Furnishiaes, OPtlc c stars ui GENII Ransom Tilton,,Jack Armor and
J"1'lIl'R.! Murrlmaiv, .

1I d .


1\\JL. ; l lj it"I Stuart News Weekly Market Basket Page 1r .

I 1 1I -r 1, ,1' lr iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKHiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiii COTTAGES UNDER WAY lltllllllllllllHIIIHmilltNIHHHIlllHItH' son, for a month,, returned home
I I,: ;" \tL. SAW See U. Fort' SOCIETY Sunday with her parent who
1 y\ Obituaries i Lily A. Carey of Jensen Beach iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTRESBTTEEIANS had 1 '' :\t'" i: f I I, Repairs and IIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIH.. Is making a tvo-cottage addition -' MEET $ 100WARD>
J 1 her '
to tourist camp at the -
.1' ,. I SERVICE Parts JOHN I. DELANO i The Presbyterian Women' As-
I.r of Road AlA i Mr. and Mrs O. C. Smith and
Intersection State
",I.f i, I .' I", t John L Delano, about U, a 1 sedation was entertained Tue Van, \'
children Ann and
,' ". and the road to Sewalls Point. day by Mr. Anne MacDowell Jerry daid information
resident of Martin County for: have their riverfront Will be for resulting !In the
) 'I.J ; ARNOLD AUER the put 95 years,and for several They are expected be finished at her riverfront home on Palm moved Into Riverside new Dr. and tie. of pertAi arret) aby o
home on eon any >stealing dams .
'H }' I a city ,died Tuesday '. City Rd. Mrs. Howard Lee gave '
years employee within a week to .upplemeltthe : Illinois which recently 1
;I St, Lucia Boulevard Phone 142-W afternoon at Martin County' four cottages'and house now the devotional and Mrs. F. R., at purchased Aye from they MrsI treys or sr nbs planted at S/uJ Harbor i
:; Horton wu In charge of tile,
Hospital where he was rushedby
on, her property there. Evelyn!: Cregler.
ambulance after being stricken >' Christmas program I''
V ; I at city hall where he was inquiring .: Officers for the coming yea, I SNUG/ARBOR
: I j about his registration Aldridg officiating. Burial will were Installed by Mrs. & C Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Clements'
status. I be at Fern Hill. I Young. Mrs. Elizabeth Kara Is and children Tendella and
a"-, Funeral service will be held He is survived by a stepdaughter (the new president: Mrs Horton' Shlryl ef Fort Pierce spent
\ JANE PARKER at Johns Chapel at 2:30: Friday: Mrs Elizabeth Hanna,, and Mrs. C. A.Carrlel,vlce-pre! Thanksgiving here visiting the
". afternoon with the Rev. W. O. Fort Pierce. (dents; Mrs. Blanche lowreytreasurer ,' several families bf relatives in
,. % Mrs Ivan Stuart
\ t DELICIOUS ; Taylor recording -
secretary,and Mrs C. A. -e-
: 'i Lees chairman of overseas hoA- Miss Emily Beach of Florida
\: : & '' SPANISH Week End SPECIALS pltal sewing. State University was home from ith Purchase 25 Lb. Sack
',' 4 Others present were Mrs. I.O Tallahassee to spend the holiday
: I FRIDAY and S/TOJRDAY. DEC. 5.6 Freeman, Mrs. Homer Vivian, week end with her mother, Mrs. 02 [OLD MEDAL
'((1 \ / BAR CAKE Mrs 8. A. Marsh Mrs Lilly M. Helena Beach and grandmother -
c I / I Wily, Mrs. W, H. Smith, Mrs M. ,Mr. C J E.!: Schroeder,of Osce- I ; "Kitchen-tested",
R. Trimmer and Mrt. H. L. ola. Ave.
!: lb. 6-oz. ..39c JUJCE2-.l-2 19c Lyons. s_.,r .i ENRICHED FLOURS
{ I .."".... last Mr: and Mrs Charles R. La. C. Y.. IM a.qn" ot a ca.-: WHI .....ufO *loci
Mrs RoyaU Miller left .
vene Jr have purchased the '
t., I 1 I night for her home In Atlanta Ernest Lyons property at the
JANE PARKER'SiPIali, Sugared or Cinnamon i after spending a week as the corner of Akron Ave. and West i FLORIDA
AMBROSIA 35c 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. W, R.I 3rd St. a* their future home. .
.__.. ..
DONIHSn.1 Can I Leach at Sewalls Point.
t :: / 19c E TOMATO w-' .. ..
__ Mrs.Jack Davis of Hob Sound WE BUY.J I A ICED TEA
\ i i A & P Halves B.rtlr Whole COCKTAIL 2 9c flew to New Orleans last weekto Y I GLASSES
I t No, 2'/r a No. 2 can or ..___.....__. spend Thanksgiving with her wrecked cars, rap '
.\ : t Pears, Corn ........ ..19ciJ I OSAGE +" brother at, Tulane Donald University St. Onge' ,,student copper a hrr With Purchase 25 Lb. Sack

iJ ,, Ann Page Apricot Sultana Med. Size PEACHES P SCOLD -. SIS jOl OLD MEDAL
Can ... .. Capt. "Dude" Dodge and his
Ub.lilr __ -- .. .
;1 1:; No. 2 can i wife.and two children returned AUTOSouth P TS I
i;.. Preserves Peas .... .. 16c GLORY this week for another season In 0 "Kitchen-tested" *
.\ Stuart Th captain's charter Dixv H hway 4.j i ENRICHED FLOUR
: I
{ : .. A&:>GRADE A SUR ADDEDAPPLE PORK & BEAN 2 can. Sc cruiser, Dude, Is again berthedat Fort Ierce C.r Y... .a. Lea f CLAIM WITH PUKtHJUR it U
o.2 ----- the Lighthouse dock for another A. ONCE
;, SAUCE E 17c .wOPPER winter' service In the Ph e129 S.Ti .
q : Fame M is nd Groceries Hob Sound Florida
: ___ PEAS Oulf Stream. 1-
lSc -
: Daily Canned ,Sunnyfield Can Mrs. Herman Belts of East!:
FLOUR Islip, N. T. Is her visiting her
I'' DOG FOOD I 5lb. bag .49c YOURS!'. ICE TEAS son,Herman Belts,Jr.,and family -
? I GL S E Sb. ,at their Albany Ave home. GROCBRYlfSPECIALSBOSCUL
3 Cans 10-lb. bag 95c Her, son who li now at Martin
: Purchase 2 Sack County Hospital recovering from
25 Ib. bag painful burns from a gasoline
A&P DEN FRESH MEDA explosion Is reported be im

_York__Imperial FRUITSJnd 4Tender EGETABLES: Celery I .2 rJlGOWLit t I en.tested" 1 10$2.45 lb. bag last proving.Hospital week 'He from was the moved Melbourne here. Boscul Coffee ft .. Ib.l 491

/ Apples, 3 Ibs.D'Anjous 3c Hearts, ea. .25c w..1_....I w._... ......... a.- a CIa._ W ,."_$1.19 IS Ik. ..... Carl. L. Bess-and- -George. Con-
Juicy SWHt'P rad left yesterday for Frederick ARMOURS CORN BEEF
j; 8 Ib. bag BONELESS town, M04 and expect to return I AS2A.
2 Ibs. 33c 2. 32i r 19c
_ears, __|_ Oranges .29 c BEEF ROAST 68cLEAN Moqday accompanied by Bess HASH.:2: ... .____ _
mother, Mrs. E. H. .Bess, for a
Tender Green
I Large Persian -.h. -_.. .. winter visit here, SWIFTNING
I 1 Beans, Ib., c Limes, doz. 19c ROUND -
I U.WHITE S. NoT 1 Gra A New SWEET Crop \ BEEF Lb._ .'co .--. '''--- ..... 4Sc doata! Miss sister,O Hilda*.,who Mrs.DeLoach has Dalton been,of visitingher AndrBart's Val.- Shortening '. I |3 lb., can $1.19DEWIST


10 Ibs. .I.45c 3 Ibs. .25c HAMS EAT VALUE

'; L6. _... '"' GS'C" PUMPKIN T I2t. .17 I ; Nrr. 27c
pICNIC : ,ACHEe: ..
: THt
.' Cut RJJht Tlimmed RightSliPERITElMEATS LIt._ _... ..555c. RETAIL D LESALEa KINO OF THE FIELDTomatoes .

'1 Beef Chuck_ ender Rib CHICKENS (r .W w'') .. .. SSe :I 2|No. 2 cans 25BLEACH'33' /

')1 t. ;, ROASTJ II 610 TEAKS,. 70 C CORNED ---....-. IN T A EE BEACHES ROAD
.\ (" ed) / .. | ''NG
.1 .' Shipped Dressed and Gr.
.j I' ,; AST 420 (
!I : FOWL 51C Ib. Today's- Today
.1 s.'''NO.
f 5h.nk End CHUCK
.' f _ Lb 65c arc
Is.' Sunnyfield S ed E Cut Fork I
,\ : Potatoes J 10 lbs. 45//
'I .
r ;1.I.n ''tl BACON( 870 _CIOPS C ,Ib. 49C CENTRAL ARKET I p corned

ti h{ j 1 1I Fresh CaugrA Large H4nan s Skinless lb.A MEA In ribs Count ----.. ICED TEAGLASSES

INERS 450e
. c.l MM >ttk S* fc. a fb.M vilk,ISIS.)
I i Hal Iks. .52.29"EIIAw..r
e 2nd and Akro... Joe Brooks P. O. Cz 1042 Stuart (j! GOL MED. 10 llM. ? 95c
: New 4New Pos pk,.
I I i \ New __.......
.t! Oxydol I led. pkg.15c Gr a Nuts 19c i.fi d" NSICllaa flAUa

NabiKO Premium

r \ 1 Soap febouy,regJpar. lOc Cra kern Mb..22c pkg. Anthony' S dais For. FJ. and Sat. MarMet 'Specials

Nabisco Gaifty __ Dec. Sand 6

J", L" J Sandwicrl. 8 l-8-oi._ 23c pkg. Nabiaio Shredded Complete tine of iirds Eye Frozen Food ARMOUR'S STAR PRIME: FRESH.CVRN.FED WESTERN
Wit 16c
.'1.1, II" Scott Count f Chicken -- -- GROCERY' V MARKET

\:'1 I can BrighflS.il! Hand GREAT VALUE o.21/, Can ROAST. ___....._ uu___ 5c ROAS 3to3y1b. SOcSTANDINC'
Noodle S&ip lOc SoaplS-lb. can 20cThe av. IL..
J .j ,''j 10 I" PEACHES J Sic \\ROASTu-._ 49c
I Perfect SarchLinit
I I _._ .,.,.., __..- '

'r"t't'I' ;I ,,", 1 I Book Matches box... of.t3c SO P ENNA PY SEED BEETS _.f_ 2Sc WHEESEt.J ,25c ROUND OR SIRLOIN HANS !:;14 59c

,.. COUNTY KIST f No. 303 Cans ftlB OR BRISKET '

d, .' ,1 1: Split-Pea Betty Crocker Soup". ...lOc pkg. 15 loa od .. 16 6 C CH PEAS_. 2Sc_ TEW BEEF Ib., 3 7c STEAKS ___l _. S9c N. Y. SHHFVURCD


Cleanser, can...... lie S TANA BEEF .. .
: LIMA BEA A* 49c RK CHOPS 73c L......:_..___.___ c
Sweetheart 2 bars RED ,I, ---1-

Marvelous ,k,. CHILI IN'GRAVY. t.OURS'!' ICED TEA CHEESE'1LJ2.251

Spic-ii-Span .....23c ..... GLASSES OLEOu.,. _.___._.. 3
1.1h. (4( WHk M IW. a st_ N.
i Ivory! Ir,. pkc. 2 can. 2 250 5 C P4 I = GOLD MED 25.lba. $2.26 "

.35c ". -..I I' "XIIc......._ IICHID 10IbL PLOUII, 95c :The Complete Foo


N'J.J.... ; ,

,DL ""W" '''''''',,'I'i''' -." '''''' ., ... N
'iTHlITt7UT\ "" T' '''' .'''''' '' '' '" "'





luiiiiiiiiiimiiiriiiiiiiiMini roS'SAu! .11I11111I111I MIIIIII I I HlliiMiiiiiiinnMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii MALE HELP WANTED lliiimiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiitiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiil FOR RENT11I11I1111I11I1111111I11I1111I11I11I11I111111 I UllllllllllllllillllllliliiMiiiiiiiiinitiiiiuSOCIETY I I ''at the Mlramar Hotel headquarters -1: 'Stuart club are expected tol MAL ADVERTISEMENT/ I :

FOR SALE-Acetyleeig: welding SALESMAN FOR I I for the I district meeting i I go down tomorrow to attend NOTICE Of INTENTION TO I It ISTIA I'I'I

lflm outllt. Best "
l IY *.1 So. Akron Are, Stu- sible with, sales ability gor"a. ment porch (In seasonal front). porch screen, living j4 In STAUFFER Maim Is allow boroby tho MOm ormM.th.. at the Clowto lftda.09.4
4 tensed Real Estate Salesman, Ill"11. 1. $ 14 Florid Arlo or
.___. : Interested In a llf JUe room, dining .-m. be/town, AT. BIRTHDAY DINNER SALE tN SPECIAL IMt win rwlM WIINIk. it MA of
eonneetton .
bath elettrie Clrtult (wrt In add or Martin
rOB SALE-Hou", Trailer. rood: In the jfeal Estate Privatlegame.: : Bell County. liorida. up" M t of orod
condition, good th'". $150. business where In back porch. Stauffer of West Palm of moUutloo we thin Mlut tho fint.tI. .
,n'; U PER WORD ORDCT.if 'Cross. Route 1, Box 160, Fort 0 i the higher knfeket can be In Nice lawn. Apply Rains Pool- Beach was honored on his list 7 DAY SALE' ." a..#. .t..IttMT. LUV19 114 ::1, (

MINIMUM SSe FOR H Pierce .1 earned tb jf contact us at try Co. 303 L 4th Sh,", Phone birthday Thanksgiving at the I ".day wbi.k will "a to buthiviabotri.or .. '
PER WORD CAP!. 31L j ., 11 our .1p.1 Pi. of b-inirse
Se ;
IIIIS; a",a.We
( are/atlonally Known Stuart home of his ,
SALL-2VCtri.; grandparents Ill al.all Martin .Nfv. Fl.
IIJ, MINIMUM Gle FOR: 17 FOR : Real 11. 1iC Brokers, operat- FOR RENT-Mod* 2bedroomapartment Mr and Mrs Lewis BelL BOAT: RODSFLY, RODS th.k. tZ. Dart.. bit.-W., I. 'old blool. j

0ID9.IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"II1I1'1. __ | tors nlng, condition.Majestic, 't eii rerrlce..1 'In "Jfrtes, selling farms, torfent by week, Their guests were Mr. and $5.00E h .8.of Stuart witiff"ni, Zl.tl IN Lor, .4 tbinawthly 91b.1.4hLow. I
CHI buslnessAct residential MI'I'1 Not told b.M.a.INIF .
prop month or srafbu, to adults. Arnold Peters
I I I I I I at the Majestic I ( wN D. IAIRD.KLIZA .
ARTMENTS FOR RENT I da" Abts. Satur- erties, fin be conducted from Ill St. Lucie rooscenL L. W. Miss Let Peters of West Palm, AS PRODUCTS H LA W.Dj .
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHMATLANTIC ne. No capital Investquirtd Crawford. IHoae I-W. 4 Beach Stauffer! Is completing) S 4. it, 10, ,
men We I --- --
supply his second year In Palm Beach
FOR SALE-Hlckory tra'its and supervision; adS FOR RENT fteautlful ,furnUh- I Junior College. His father form 55 S. Fe rat Highway / Stuart
Ing Hub U Federal NGamtb ed house Jf t baths m.;
and bedrooms
] sing necessary 'sup.a. er Stuart Are chief R. L. Bell, 1C REGISTER
Real flreplacejftnd I complete esMtrlcallyjfiuipped < ,. 0NAMK it itItJI
rOR SALE;- Hotpolnt Estate experience < and Mrs Bell are living In Washington .CT .
ot Also 0 6 N hot in# *ado -
Apt. size rsnie. See 11 essential Write us, stat kitchen. D. C, where he has re- t W buj.. .or

Electric, Jensen Beach .Sng business background, and new vafbet room cottages on talned the Government position Invite Yoi Friends To M'N.1 .. or,-d.mr, 1111.9.
.qualifications Earl rlverMint. Cross Roads,, Jensen -
Dolph of which he took during the war, tolitor with Cl.'k 6f thwar4woC
opt so FOR SALE- Apt. site electr: V'ESTS FARM AGENCY, INC, jfeaih. Phone 156-J: ,. In and f -rb no in. 1,111o.1.1fC.
ranges, still 'jn crate llanllc Court Apts, Stuart, --- GARDEN d.t. tho I 0truo "... .1 SALONM '
Pb" FOR ANT-Apartment, 1 rooms CLUB MEMBERSTO Sai UNIQ r bi.b lower rend *
151-1. Dec.4, It ATTEND sport/Restaurant In ft H-h, arovard. No-
.-. -- ---..:...;.. o bath. Inquire, at "Oak MEETING ti dlinl It, ."d Me. Lori. C.-thov, 1 1I
CHRISTMAS IVA ED WORK Carpenter Lj/U/ Manor," In Rio. Will rent The Garden Club. of Stuart Irl.., Wn wellat I Alm lorark, I I
CARDS: 0 r 0 r will" be the Irl II

COURT' them now with your ns ._. ani \Painter ack) Potter by the 55 day.Federal Clifford -season or year- --- ----4 meeting represented of District,t., 6 of annual the Just iuth of Fra/ier i Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 *1 40.1,16 LIA74 C.EDWARD IMWNPA.LIM. lyRFK6. I

APARTMENTS Stuart News. Office! _f_ tf High y.WANTEI 4 R RENT-Apt. recently rsf .Florida, Federation of Garden 047.C. IDOWNRaqT I

STUART, FLORIDA FOR SALE-Hot Poin electric f decorated. All electric kitchen. Clubs In Miami tomorrow by the FOR... 1 1 ___

tlj [Decorated, Fully Equipped range burner and Jfll. Good -Man between age 21 Fl'll:1n St. Lucia Inlet with president Mrs. W. R. Leach Mrs .. DVERTISEMENT1.4 !

iMMkeepIng Apartments condition. Priced/jeht for and 40 Vlth car for establish River and Ocean view. Boats John E. Taylor. Mrs. Harry AR AL MECOOKEDMEAL --E TV JUDGES C.UNT

ly er Seasonal Rate quick sale. Fimt/ume, tint Ing insto&Aft Debit In Stuari and worlds finest fishing,; at Swlnglehurst. Mrs William C. IN No R MARTIN COUNTY,

T PAGET, Mgr. served Herb Yo/r. See at Experlen.notveeessarj, your door. Phone, 151-J. tfCOR Armor and Mrs Franklin D. / F I.E ASE V ]PUBLICATION 1744.3M) I II II It

elephant 1152SALE new DeKon Bids (/ Phone 294 WriseBox* Stuart News, SM- RENT Floor landing; machine Jones T Y OU DELICIOUS STEAKSOR IN ARNIIAN141114-- I
artJ-a| \ giiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisViiminiiiiiinii I The group left this morning
27 .
Dec. and edger, Refinish
j A lowunioutoot I
FOR SALE V f elian blinds I, .you floors at reasonable rates. and tonight, they will be guests 0SEA R 1.11 ON IT INAT CtNCIrRNi4.M
of Mrs George Wlrght of Miamiat 'r Nw RN,4 Mat 0 ow".
Custom made Phone 101, Stuart HardwareCo. FOODS : I
/ bl S trunkl, the Edward Clark lecture I IN. fl.dfill In,
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII Inc. Martin f/unljr : tl C. law for thi, .0point.-t W aor

11 4 SALEbox Jilin with 25lbcondition. Ce. Phone. Marti 7. /County reprewntatlve. \Electric:: tf j WANTED: Rppealuice Man V womatf, Mr. door presentable FOR RENT: Whirling type lawnmower Put which Prsldents'Is being sponsored Club of the by MI-the BEN AI GODDARD, Prop. F .11'l Stan: b"All.=,4"'hluorlt yie.--.1"It lut noJ. .'

(liselity in *oil to door dork i* conjunction by hour or day. See ami Music Club, They will stay .". U 194P, at ony wMal,
Met 110. C A Harris Lowery FOR Henry Kindred Stuart Hardware In I Ith .4 410"It, Il.1144. go
!I with National HtAe Jnprove- 001," .aid d.,
il phone 305.SALE16ft. Hoover Flo/ cleaner Model ment Service. Salaoyfnd Commission Co. Pbone N. tf ABSTRACTS ROWS TITLES I No. Rol. '11047-

sJlboat In 135.cleaner Mod IK/. 4S(Han't Hoover ElectriJ 25'1 Call 249S. Splendid Vero Be,(Kortunlty.l or write NICE D0 1,19geo*a now n.U.able -I ABSTRACT & Tl E IN/URANCE' CO., INC. ''H': t'KTHUR R.t', -for CIAINTA Jtnl..o.POW 'I

perfect conditlon. early new new are, Hollywood ... II. I' 21.. 19':.
!'heel' luggage Teller, cost Servlcf.hone., 13. tfFOR Box 27T. m\ tf beds,, Innvsprtnf mattresses. 10 tory frcade A ADVERTISEMENT

SMI Electric saw lAunted on SAIJ I -Jelly, marmalades,I WANTED-FishintTBoaXu to Rates flora $IS weekly art, a. : ,
;;; I II
Ahell and I Rol Hotel Federal NOTI TENTION' REGISTER
out 1941 Johnson %a-hone honey, novelties, lawn 16 feet long wijj aboulV h.p up.
Htaoard motor. TVpaulinII novtlti*. and chain, bull Inboard motor? Mr. h r m: Highway albridge, tf OUR Not. ,.by .I.but. I tht .ft.
ABSTRACTH ... :, .. ... ,
IL and a twst- an- shlppc/ anywhere 4 .1. r th. .- .ft. of Closet
f Box 234. ittaJt Beach FOR RENT-M Y OSTNOMORE .. .. ..
toner cabinet. H. asell, ED'S 11 'IT It NOVELTY .
J woo' Mon with It. el"lo ul'Ill.
41 41FOR J cottage. All el trio. By: week, .. .. .,
ilosla Breeze, Jensen nVach, Ne/ Highway 2nd St. CI "t 1. and r. 11lortist
4 27. Dce. HFLP..WANTltt ToTreve month or lea R. M 1ti.art. Our Plant Is Doubl C From the Records Cull..... '. ..we ."'Ied' of proulof
.. _
"A Ward, Rio Vlsll. Box k .hl 4 I lhis nutim fit three.thiam
Accidents ttomt to .
*ALE Have some new\ Fla. J .4ll LOCAL ATTORN EILATS INVITED 1, LZIRMPA.T.E.T111.told" .
Twe M timer Mot
* SALE new Co. for wheel l .. .. .
--- TO USE OUR OFF AND SURVEYS wlq in fint.la-4.
%outers, tan be bought WI' onsin air-cooled engines and tire aanment( They will FOR RENT llean upstairs btylove, ell'-firal.. ". .. .r .bu-I.-. .'
wilsi high-tension nuiintitcis, .. I...... Now, oft IIlt-91
rlW7 prim Inquire ScatteiGncwv help you revent that accident bedroom spa ment for season. I'' ---- -- -- -- ..
Salerno. 4, If titfe for that small boat or 8 tlWANTED SultablJ for 4 half. .: .1: :Mrk of.,Ih:.-01wid.Conlorty.rhn.c trltwtC I

L stationery engine Ralph rim.r Iso downstail, bedroom. Twin I owl I.,.. In 0014Inai
* A1E nSHINQ CEUlft. Motor Co. tf +Your next wiring Job W. H...:? :
teds, showersland outside en- DI and DANCE Store. ;I that I k.11 no 401 k"AM
Eg MISS SALLJf. to settle and appliance repairing. No rsnce Contlct 61 W. 4th SUluart. ..-.. ., I. ..''d h..I..... ,
Eialt. Approximately StollMl t. SALE-Three brand new, job to Jbig or too smalL High 4 I W. 1101)(11.) .

In food running eondlIks. s I In the crates, air-cooled qualit Low cost. Phone Stuart i l DH. .. II U. I)

Built espe UUj, for sport L on 4-cycle outboard mo- Ifl. Christopher Electric iiisjiiiiiiiiimiiiiliiiimiiminiiimn.SERVICE .. .. ... \ ATSOTMUUK'S LEG&\ADVERTISEMENT

W and cruising Inside and to See us today. Ralph lilt Shopf France Apartments annex OFFERED: AI. NOTICE II IIf J Jro.

*Bi We waters locally. about hlcr otor Co. tf ....... ]''No. 1. tf fill 11I11I111111I11 1111111111111111111111I111 __ Ft' _ _ . LL J I" !! !'A MNCPIRNA : ..
Hmla Keys, and Bahama DELl'xlL\ron Toilet and -- M( EY TO LflAN on homes on .,;D TO 1"t 'INTER1.04TICI) PARTby "' i

Wands Has built-in Ash and Soaps Christmas liiiiiiHilliiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllliliiinSf,' e .y terms. I Inquire Box 151 I rjS INN 1'1011.' 10 .,. "vivast, That a It....
CosmeMLs the Ideal NOTICES Q
.. .
Its .11 lot I'l I I. .10. Coto Hill Cloor
Nil box, llvewell, outriggers, Gifts. (sVler now while there IllilfllllllliiiiiiiiitiiiiilillllllliiililiiiiiITI7ENS --art. I 4 Biu.H 11., C....... 1'1.., at I..
i>*c chairs, ship to shore ; AND .. aM Irri'lln' Li.b$4,. try rw.
tiniejtnrop WORf
still me a postcard OF STUART fvinl ft City 1 thwart In ..at ow-k
.Jlfhll1e. fishing tackle, etc. or phone% and I will be glad tne your earst! I am absolutely 2 DOZIIG. BY HOUR OR JENSEN BEACH far .loto.t1urtilt.. we ...."
litralwd! by Estate at $1,""*. C RACi P. M.' KELLY ...rt...tin,OIK .Lou IT I 0 14. It of'
to show Wu this wonderful Jan INDEPENDENT Candidate I f
7 PIECE -ORCHESTRA {VERY WEDNESDAY and to 44 1..1." .Ioo-b D. Pork
(laa ke Inspected at Rjbovlch line ef Qua% Cusmetlci Mrs. for City Commissioner hence A I) SON! STUART AUTO Addl".. to At '. .--I-;.,Vormid., ... byH
tut Yard 40th St, West Palm HP. |ov. 27. Dec. 4, 11. 18DO III. ....... 11,1.. and
hath. For further Informa. G. J. Hopk%, Palm Beach '/I am obligated to no person, --- - SATUf NIGHTS 0=.: A.,4M _:- ..14, Prepwy
Road, Box 4%Phone 186. group nor organisation and I WAIf ,until It's too late Is not ocunrd ..pult"nollu. 9
rile W. B. Gray, Marine. till D C.WE 1 positively' defray all my own Se _. tillay. for automobile, ..4 I. about dt.. ..ph-K h.thor of "I illellrofluol
4,11I expenses. Vote for; Henry P In ranel', bat yon need under MINING Kit OK" ADJUSTMENT
HAVE seat sVven lor I Lynne for City. CommissionerI : th new Inanclal responsibil- 1"tJII" Tit TV Uf. HTUAIITF I .
SALE 1 three-burner oil F. KENNEDY.rub <: : .
makes of csrs. ayon cow 3 :\ store and office space it. Law I Theodore Dehon t; i .. C....,......
.lm..! |II 25.; J25 1 built-in S. Federal oven High.! oil for sedans, InsAled 0. available In new Dehon build. IS Def'n Bid,, Phone IIRve Dancing Till 2:00: A. M. jFunlor all ; Old and .. It N..: b.!.. '1947LRAGA

Weir. 4I Ralph I'lroer MoteV, Co. ij tf Ing, Several good residentiallots tf i 1i1 .unTIRKHRIFT.
Young. Choice Wines anclJLlqiHsj. Premium Beer '\ ?
at $.51 each. See Arthur ; I
iA9JZx0ft TRY SOME of our ddi usI ome 81.a U trouble with :your NOTICE 0' T TION TO REGISTER J Jn
Dehon, Dehon Bldg. Phone
Outboard made candy Frill dge a laying Then use 11 US NAME I
lilier,I kp, fine condition. See and pecan rolls. Pfl your 4,11,11 h-a-mln.. Stuart Feed on Draught. Notion if a" r'I i ri.ro Itravi.ltfNl that ol thr Map.I" us.4bixrd I

William. Maine, Rio. St. Lucle order early for your] hrist- DIE TO SHORTAGE OF SHUT.: tf ...... .. Florid AMI ofwllh
*l The River. 4 Mildred leath TER MATERIALS WE CAN foci 1 94 1, .m lot. Ih. l'> iHi wf
candy, ]
rues OF STUART Lend tk.. Clnlilt I -1, 11 ." Sweets. Rains Bldc I TAKE ANY AMOUNT OF County, Fill ", 11 looll., of
;7.-; St.it I am absolutely 1,71!
''I SALE ears : th. ,
-House 2Liblell SPRAY PAINTING WORK ON we publlt.lH w! notim "
l EPENDENT Candidatefoci LL OURSEDINNERS II.... .... ,.It
electric brakes, LAWN, PORCH, ( Commissioner hence THE i iidn ''liEY< TAVERN
'11th" refrigeration, bottle FOR SALE-I rollawafbedJknd. HOLD FURNITURE. REAS- y .. whirl '. wo ..n." .In b.oloolis.
. cots h I ubligsted to no person to."." nor ,"" ,".'" .f blanI. ,
tires. William mattress
See and I Ifely I AI'M.' .. ........ 161 -1. A... Martin,
!Raise,, Rio St Lucle en the 13 2 three-foot oW C ,' AND EQUIPMENT. see Jnor organisation OPEN WEEK DAYS .. 8:00 Till 12:00: P. M. that t ,1-11-I 1.1-0d : i
11m. slx-fon how ca PRODUCTS CO. defray all my own fh:: :: a- v.rl S. Car* aid
4 each $5, 1 SHUTTER Veto for; Henry P. WEDNESDAY and SATUlDAYS 800A. M. Till 2:00 A. M. K.II..AC17.. tlu.rl. 1'1.. hat ,
Sit, 1 small electrljf heater It PHONE 267, P. O. Box '..5.ZI. Ih.... are ..th.r P k"M {ntMmtH l is.Oil
,4 HAIE-New: 1 Barnes port.lc 1 small
> irrigation pump, 1 M; also 1 kitchen table jtifid 3 chairs "goodTat& SPEN SUPPORTS tot woJ Ii X. COYLY.We .
" islranbed steel pipe, I $S. t wrapping M les each $.,, OUR CREDIT Is the ASK ANYWE WHO Hfc BEEN THERE 20, 1 one, 4.LE .
Men's belts. Luella Dow-
*W111 : each U, 1 |[ewel I Box, 132 N. Second St, me J i
,,' ft. long and I pieces 3 wrapping tslpfi I Pierce. 5oe week me [ 1101 Orange Ave. Fort PACKAGE I BEER BY THE CASE ADVERKEMKNT
!'i I ft,, long; g 2" galvanized combination er and mo. l>. account. per opan I'le Phone 197-M for ap- : GOODS j i -.-.- -
* csupllngs 1 I" 48" I7A 1 sevenInchsaw i IN THS IT OF HI COUNTY
Jl X tor W b.p.
* Nnt. Phone 111 i Stuart, and motuK 3/4 h.p, 175' IS, Zt, 27, Dee.4 TRtlk'l PO men'l ,\' U 2 BLOCKS NOfTH OF JENS1M BEACH BRIDGE JUDGE.FLORIELIZA1191 TIN COU; Y. STAn 0' d,
ES, elastic stockings,
* Wallace. 4 ProdtfU 55 Federal NOT/tfc IN RNI Ft' TII 01'zoattint. )
8 II' To our northern
i pads, anklets, etc, Stuart WHO T '
* Highway. jjjf 4 frle returning to Stuart. We tfDOf ,0..: 'L ::J
ALE 0 =44=11410c
Royal Christmas are sltt In business regardlessof =10C Ic = Taylor 1
Indoor Rod M nufacturlng 11
and outdoor ligheoUrs. FOR SALE-F ilng tomake rul&n I being circulated. 7 WAIT until It's too Isteis NOTICE FILING r 11'101'1' FOR

Martin County Ele Ffnt, equipped Our ph<%.Is still 117. Our new S today for automobile FINAL Do .ARGIL OF. .C.. XECUTORSNOTICk It... !
k"k ?blue 71. 15: r s per WeekIn' h.roby .111
High- location mFranee Apartments I 11 nee that you need underfw [AKE HER HAPPY fliad a, .1. ".-.. a.W I'Man vitanoof
quire at SMS. Federal Electric financial responsiblK r tow got .1 Elizalwth: ,:I Taylor.otunatilwoo .
ChrIstopher f
annex No.%
SALE-One Thor model 7 F. J. Stubbs, 8 ft 8 Eli. 1L Toy-
way. .
Shop. % Law. Theodore Debuts ftm. our, Daiwa 1; that wo h I&A our
4orgy 4 !
gun with cup.new, nev Products.iiiiiiiiiiiniiipiimi'iiiMmiiiiimiimi. Dehon Blast, Phone II F.Ition I illistribution. I-. Final.
lifts used Jim One Hot YOUR CREDI "good at The I r tf WITH Di-lorow.1047, w. II.4 APPIY that 6..b.0 an I H-bi..

automatic gas water Jewel Box. imp. Second St -*- Arthur L -IN c..t, J 6 of M- .

20 gal. In werklnn LOSJf & FOUND Fort Pierce. I sAper week opens IZEA18' OF STUART For ,!:.I rult- lorii..4...,.for", ''PI'. -F 0\\ of of .41A.tribulion aid.

|2|. one 1947 mode iiiiiiiminiwiiiimimmmimmiim an t lelolREAD .% tour Information I forgot to ENET1AN BLINDSFOR ; d Ior Finite. I rh.... ..4C

""*"a Portable Radio, A-1 framesffirrected'glawes, plastic Re- I 27, Dec. 4 have mjr Primary I Election i R-Qtt Too I _of .Ill.,,_Will"... x1riobthRodirl .:. ..11.. ..

Use. bill batteuries> $39. to vision. iW: ,1,1FI Pledges Copyrighted. Vote fori .tb R. VNoinnith 0'. _...... 1
word. x 1063. Stuart. THE MIAM ilh. 1941.
Decker Com-
[ ass K5 or Pliant PLATENEWSPAPER. lienry P. Lyons for City J. e. ANTH Y. ALCRAkLMN8
FOR sSpTirilART, FLAR .'- 7cresflTaterfront EARL ORN- budgeter C .TIIONVAit .owturd,


" aew Can be seen. at SL St. uKe River South of de. H. P. Donair Box i. I"uh N,.. so '1. ..... 4.ADVERTISE ''ff.

* CrHI or sall 913L tt Hithjfcy. Suitable for new 7Kjtuart. Fla. 4 ORK. P. M KELLY AND
,nt. Owner, R. RadonK. THIS TN
luwtrle 8. Wve
ALI- refrlgeran act A. Baker, I7M U
H. 0Co 11.
and Wednesday. cit TO
n ft Miami, Fla ..U. IS Tuesday .
Montgomery ,
All loolow 1ltorliiri.t
130t .
lompletely overhauled _Theatre. I ..tt. we MARY GRLRR,
hill$ LOS olored Harlequin. ;shaped; CITIZENS OF STUART-- IAW Eight new members six ofth.m CHRISTMASCuito Doioos44 l1wrohltell te flow
electric Call ,
range th.4 01.1 in tb. "Ifin' f County
J *r write box fit, St. p ripues glasses. In Post I me your earst? am abtoln.an front Hobe pound, were J.detal we KIM County. ;1. 1 "
Ice leave Nowlit of county.
o Arcade. Pleas INDEPENDENT candid taken Into Harold Johns Post ornot bo I C.'t
4.1 on-th. Now
within 91 ral'stor won
lie* Station. Reward. for City Commissioner hem# 3, American Ugton at Its meet- Mount# I I"T

'UK--4,0Gd fishing boa Jill KiuiiiiiiimuiiuiiiiiiiiliiiiMiiniMALE I am obligated to no person, r at East ith St. headquarters *:Built To Fit Yo Window data I W a of the ALBER Notiote REN.a ary.L

I tag. ft. "' and I R. T.Region commander .
be =. Mb p. WANTED11I1I1I1II1I1I11t1lll11ll111l1UIIII.1I1I group nor organization day t. Grorn.a" -
Craft meter. Hall cable, HELP positively defray all my own !0 ,he Eastman da.,Legion post Call 225 Fort Pie |e A MARXIII iter-, 9 LA WOOD Adynhil"mNIN. ,

"am life preservers. 111L.See ERIENCED blIP'or, Soda .xpo_ Vote fort Henry r. Ios4flve consecutive years, .was me 3. 2% 27. own. 4L ..
> Arthur,Dehon. Dallas F Lyons for City Commissioner.ailllllllMIWMHIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM. a at. AND
,.uUU>r-LunebeoneMe.HoJe ADVLUNT&SIM
LL U 4,11.1es
.and. Apply Let One Of OjKr, Represntatives Measurl Your WindowsiTRASflO
t 1% and 4 h.p. Lee.'Q"Itd arrel Soda Shop.or ANNOUNCEMENTiiiiimmiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimuujiiiliimiii M tin Countytent NAMItyrobor

ine AlsoPUMPS lay rolsom, Box 141. Hobe I orl- lb he No.deralaw .
4 low Ui 9 BrovUloiL. Choo-
., glow ct. CITIZENS; OK STUART V Cc Craft ..l *f Ftorla, obe .0
No.to t ANTft6'-JOne experienced your Information I forgot te CO. ] 194 iBi.tar 1 with the rh ed"It
C' I Court toE 0.4
. ... full sale hicans. waitress. One seeend StparttftF COOL Apply have my Copyrighted.Primary Vote Election fen 114 9.4aw Division.larickla Jim :, 3V Mi.; So. of brango, A... On U So 1 of County.Pool Ilds.we .1 even thin smift-l" Mmwft
Pledges $
Grafte wteter Attila Diner, Imastering ,
*I '
"" for City Commlasloner. A I. Parkinj ) "
soda P. Lyons ,
i Henry
T-ktki% OM asids .-w miD eur out Work EAL asavic
then good *.AW I will angoneluio.j
at my kew any fountain Short bewt duoolwl ithinoof wool ftoItusr&
A. M"Mi"W" ar, ,Male! er femal. Stuart OF STUART For as Gives Fort PitJrce, Florid! j [ "Ist coanty., F that
tfWANTSID6.Woomons. CITIZENS *0 lattoorailroll IN solid I.
Read.tiot Pra'f forgot to FireplaU rk A Specialty or
Co 'I'e.r Information. I W. a od Ililiarte ""I" t Is
P. O BovlOUi
Kectlon ,
Primary I
ad >> t* work inthe have my close. IL JV4 rrw.I" .
Copyrighted. Volta for: I
of Pledges
ItIndll'f Department cher, Plot. MIA MIMI
for City Commissioner. -
Henry P. lyons
pg. The wart, News. Apply 1 JIo

.lust sntr.'I** .1" .*"... trim


: : ...u,. ,, ....... '" n............ ,. \ I
i.a\\"" :" h... ,...,, .ut... w.-,... .: 1

I'' '

t t : +

s rAGI SIX TRlIlrt7DT NEWS, lTODT, HDTIK COf11tTT, n.oltm.'fJroltSDAr. ; DCQ s. 191jt

+ ;; ""I f aujr;,. and Mrs A.R. 'Wallace and of Orlando were holiday week.:+I Leila Clements. while visiting\ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiii tlon oft: gift to her, Others mor and. Mrs. J Leon Taylor. DAR AND UDC MEMBERS-
Ill1 i i.jt 11 i(, Miss Judy Clements, end guests,' at the home of Mr* relatives and old friends here. present were Mrs. ErwlnJohn-!: The next meeting of the Guild REQUESTED TO CONTACT'; '
I ---- --
i .1 I SOCIAL NEWS of STUARTI wick, Mrs Carl Heath, Mn will be at the home" of Un. John MRS W. R. LEACH

I Ransom TUton,' Mrs. Fred. L. M. Law, West Sth St, at 8 pm.. All Martin County woes\ l
\ : II III I III 1111I1 1111I11I11111111111111I11I11I111I11111I lllllff lIIIIIII.11II ,ill111111111 Mrs. whether resident or vaiUM,1
I Hall. Un Ted Huff, John tonlght ...
.F 1 ---------- who are members
BE SUR TO VOTE Bishop Minschke Nuptials M Law, Jr. Mn. C. A. Carrie!, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Alex., or the UDC have been of rea the S2
I Mrs. Warned B Tilton. Jr, Mrs.Herbert ander spent Thanksgiving visiting to'contact Mrs. W. R. Leach
thigan, Mrs W. C. Ar friends In Miami.' Bewails Point fATER
: Phone 74-W. ;
I c -'
; I" : Held Sunday in Vero Beach -4t


t I. I 'j Announcement has been madeof CHOIH GUILD MEETS .
Ue) marriage of Mitt Margaret
: + For an Independent Business Man Ann Mlnschke, youngest daughter The November meeting of the
1.. of Mr and" Mrs. Frank B. Presbyterian' Choir Guild was
Mlnschke, of Stuart, to Mr. John held at the Seminole Are homeof Hard Red CorrosiFor i
i Mrs C. M. Walker with. 13 ,
P Bishop, son of Mr and Mn
I ; John Bishop of Dewy Beach. members and one guest present
r ( The marriage ceremony was Numerous often of flowers and xpert Advice Consul
performed by Judge Otis M potted plants for the church
Cobb of Vero Beach at Ms courthouse 1 wen reported by the committee. D.. F. KEITH
1 ': office Sunday evening named at the last meeting to,
i ., with the sisters bride and her try to obtain floral decorations I )RT PIERCE, FLORIDA
husband Mr and Mrs James M to use since the post-storm
I' T / Rider, attending The wedding scarcity of bloom. It was votedto '
dinner was at the Del-Mar Hotel have a table at the Woman's EAST COAST /ATER CONWTIONING
Your CO. '
Continued Support Appreciated where the bridal couple spent Association bazaar and tea being
their; honeymoon of several days conducted from 2 to t this after-
before returning to their positions noon at the Woman Club. The 530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884 or 532 W
ARLE ST ART In Delray Beach where they birthday of Mrs M. O Llttman "C /
] will make their home was observed by the presenta
Mrs. Bishop wore a medium
blue gabardine suit with a yellow C ilCl lCtCtCtCt tC* I C s C*

I Candidate J Jkr City / ommissioner chrysanthemum black accessories She corsage Is a native and

I I of Stuart, attended school! here
(raid Political Advertisement) until graduation In 1944 and
1 hen went to Brevard Junior College -
Brevard, .
I It N. C where she
was graduated In 11148. Since rMAK
t that time she has been employedby
I the City of Delray Beach
Her husband ls a native ol
STUART UEWEL SHOP Delray Beach, was graduated
there and spent three years In
the Marine Corps during the '
war He 1s associated with theLawson ,'eRE 'I
Contracting Companyof THIS ARISTMAS
... L t ,

I 'lar 50 Couples { 31 tOur

n' epartment has

\ I ,I Attend Golf ,; _" an Ea Ilea Stock ofWOOL f t


:J I), & Clubs Dance Men's G DINES ndOPICALS

li j''I ROBES 4 1

Nearly SO couples attended the
Martin County Oolf and Country
The IdealChristmas
Clubs Thanksgiving dance
Nov 28 at the Lighthouse where I
I ft was shifted at the last minute SP COATS
as si: result of the rainy weather
I Considerable effort had 'been exwnded Gift AMA TTANandRAFT _
to prepare the new dance
1'1" floor at the club Andy Hunter e ?
club pro, reported, but to no ear hints and]

Vd avail. .. Dres
"+ r .'Lu u :u + s s' t
J, I Among Loose attending were po e
Mr and Mrs. F L. Hall, Mr and
I i iF Mrs Herbert Dugan. Mr. and I Gloves iii'I '
; Mrs L A. Arbogast Mr and
Mrs Russell Wiley, Mr. 'and Mrs
1'I III Zack Moal y, Mr and Mrs. L. M
1' Johnson, Mr and Mrs O C. I Practical Gifts '
Smith, Mr. and Mrs R. B, McPherson ,
Mr and Mrs Phil W. For i.
Pence Mrvand Mrs T. R Chambers ; I
t Mr and Mrs. O Smith, Mr Dad Son
I Brother
Mr. ,or
and Mrs O W. Parka and Sl
and Mr M.R. Matheson. For Every M her of
French, Mr and Mrs Carl Bess the Fa. ly
1 !a I Iri Mr and Mrs W. C. Armor, Mr. OF
and Mrs. H. B. Kraft, Mr and sleeveless
; 1 1 tri. :J. '8. Oreenlees, Mr. and Button Fronts, HOUSECOATS ,GOWNS
rlrs. John U.Mennlnger,Mr and sit Zipper Fronts and Pullover f '
Mrs Harris Lowery, Jr, Miss and SLIPS.
1 a Bernice auldlng, Miss "Winkle"
I ri Saunders, Miss Sue Fletcher, C i r
} I rr AB
I i I II Miss Genevieve Fletcher, Mfeileanor
I \ '. it Matthews, Charlie
Weeks, Mr and Mrs Arthur M.
4 Vhon, Bob Mosley, Mr. and Mrs
; C. R. Ashley Miss Charlene I
Keith and Frank Mlnschke
: Also Jack Roteman, George F
1 j Awards,Percy Fuge, Drew King '
q t I T.' T. Oughterson, Dale Hlpson, ;
,,1 W. Oughterson,1 WaYrenhlpes
i Jr. Mrs L. E. Ashley I ,
I Jrs. R. Cremen Mrs Orayce A
I I 'A j y omeroy, Mr. and Mrs. C. R i
I f Lane Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Btef-
I tens, Mn Frank E. Esongedl and SHE'LL LOVE M GIFT t '
r ', William T. Corl
r f Also Dr. and Mrs Lane, Dr. OF BEAUTIFUL SrilER, NYLONS
i and Mrs W',.F Davey, Mrs. I
tfyrtli Coane,' Mr. and Mrs. {
i Bernard Coker and Francis Mathews 1
i 1 I ,
i I :
-- ---- -- iiiAit
1'1 r Remount Your CATHOLICS SERVE IM AT

i ,/ li You DoFurther. Not r ive To Look An Diamond. : THANKSGIVING The women of DINNER the Catholic
wNIIP. Church who had charge: of the I '
I In A Superlative
., .: t HI! HAVE IT" I annual Thanksgiving dinner atthe I LtftJr
.. Up.To-D.te Civic Center reported that PtirjcN,
I ''r1",:I," he affair was the most successul I for (
M ,1' FINE WATCHES Mounting Made '
". so far with nearly 400 guests' I
J ''i In Our Own ; being served. Trjey have expressed I 'tor
1'.1' ? I'I'J their appreciation to all I r / 1
Shop I who contributed to the benefit
JEWELRY for the new building fund 'I QC OG ; ,
The l committee: Mn Fred I ,
SILVER PLATEfc lendrickson Mrs.Stuart Springr .
r Mrs. Oerald LaPolnte and
11 11Mn.
i '.HOLLOW TABLE\WARE George Rich, were assisted
by members of 'the Catholic 1 ,
r \ Youth Organisation who served t F
+tl a
i Many Other Items Too Numerous To Meniton The and helped festive In decorations many other of ways.the I, S.TUA1'DEPART

Sam Continenza Successor To Vincent ,P. Fox I the season Jayeee-ettes' had been arranged by 1 1 Ii

I' 219 West First Street 1 1alter '
Senator Evans:
1 crary was a STORE
,\ In West Palm Beach Tuesday 1 ENT
l ) OUGHTERSON BLDG. STUART, FLORIDA where he was guest speaker 1
at a Jaycee dinner honoring R. .!
( >>iJaJa Ja ) ).hJta-JJt )a >>JaJi>> U "Dad" Wall of Palm City .
-" -



MAN WHO IS NOT AFRAID TO EXPRESS 'THE hutial. A4lveetiseswat) .

<, .

A r.i.
y ,
,f r. r y

Y ,. W7-71.MINN I,..,.. ''''''I'VI''K'f'.j'i"' l, "" ,, ..... "" 4 l _,.;I,.,'T" '-""" """ '-"............., .. "". ,., "

1 Ie

1 I

i ir 1


SOCIM. NEWS anj r News Items for Ibis paper must reach lh:newspaper i

; I Happenings of the WEEK IN STUARTFRIENDSHIP Home Telephone office before 35-W noon on Wednesday Office Phone 300 I j 1 I I I

1 MRS MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor :r
Alfil 3A PS AILMO .

tL OR 4rOIVk "){t""r::..)." ".:" ": < OP JUNIOR RED CROSS "HON& FREE PARKING aces ,

1;, .t.-lr w. x 1 Miss Sidney Marcia Morse, director Right Down Town
'. : ,,,' ",' of the Junior Red Cross FILL UP <\TH OASOLINI AND PARK ALL DAY. IF YOU LIKE e
membership drive In the local SIN IR LOU BRANCH

high school, reported this week STATION 0".4.. Moetewnw, Wa4
nt+ I .
'. 1 n PALM FLORIDA 011. .t fine
that 241
of 290
i r;, f 'Zt high school students
'; sv s
Y baa contributed $2180 In
1 wy'1 I IIIYYpkNY memberships to .'The c-llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
[ date junior / lllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIlLI
f tnfn CVERYWHEKI j jII class was. the Drat to report 100-
P tYYYRUaY per cent enrollment. Four more
> i ''n't' < C NUI e* r ib t of the ID home rooms reported I Jensen Beacfl Beauty Salon I 1E3 I

MIAMI 31. FLORIDA COLO" a perfect record. They were the i= f
first and second sections of the Y 3
sophomore class Section 2 of the Permanenta |
8th, grade and Section 1 of the If 1

FLOWRS For All OCCASIONS 7th Miss grade Olney. Eurlts 6th grade Di tinction :j 1iil iil;

sill WM the first to report 100-per -
A&UT cent enrollment In the elcm+n. Telephone 72 / Pout Office Arcade | m1
FLORAL ARRANGE NTS :8: BeachLowlfiost = j
Mr. and Mrs. 1 r BIKOII and = I
DOJESTIC and IMPORTS CERAMICS son George spent Thanksgiving .1111I1111111111111111I1111 11I11I11I !11uhn11111111'1unn11m'1n11'1n11R11tunulill 1 : I II

week end with Mrs L, K. Oaede J I
SMI H'S FLORAL & /IFT SHOP and daughter, Miss Lauretta L.
at Lake Worth.
WE WIRE FLO RS Can from the mile-long Friendship Train are tows the can An a burge past the lower Manhattan e !
II ferried from New Jersey to New York City at the ikvlmo, The train aeries 13: ,!TO; tong of buuo Mr and M1'II. Robert Williamsof HomesALSO
Arcade Ag, 5th} St., Ft Piercelf Phone 310-J end of the train'I long truni-continrntul l journey food stuff valued at more than $1 Itxm.o( ) ( Shelburne Falls, Mass. arrived 1.1

to gather (and! for the hungry in Europe. A tug recently to make their permanent .
-- -- -- -- home at Rio where they


awe Sell E Beit"I- !. HV a Service the Rest" I HAVE LAWN PARTY CHAMBERS HOME MEETS MONDAYThe season and. They liked were UM here climate last (WRITE OR SEE t

A group of guests at the At-1 A new son, David arrived at well

SrcOMBERG.EARLSON lantlc Court Apt. joined for a the home of Mr. and Mrs Ted stration Palm Club City met Home at the Demon homeof so here. He they has retired decided as caretakerof to move E. A. ILL" BALDWINt:

frankfurter roast and picnic Chambers FrIday. He was born the Bridge of Flowers. ,
Mrs Sylvanus Crews Mondayat f
upper on the Patio Saturday Sept. 27. They also have a .- e- P. O BOX 11 SALERNO '
2 After the devotionalled FLA.
Radio\ & Radio Phonographs evening Present were Mr. and daughter, Ann. I years old by pm Mrs. Henry Crews and a Mr, and Mrs. C Roser of Jen.
Mrs John Martin and ton sea Beach will give a party flat.
short business
session a recreational -
Johnny Mn Kenneth DiamondI PAUL STEVEN TIERNY urday at the Edgar Wlttcar
meeting In the form of a
I and ion Jim Mr. and Mrs Or. BORN NOV Z6 home In honor of the birthdaysof '
iRTLETlf BROS vllle' Am,den, Mr. and Mrs T. Mr and Mrs, Martin Tlerny (of Christmas party was presidedover Henry Hanvr and Lyons Rob.
I E. Brelthaupt Mr. and Mn WU. Bewails Point have announced recreation by Mrs chairman Evabelle Feinauer for the i I Ihson. 14sere I sit _//'Joe Marsh, i
J17 OiceoU Phone 209 III Paget, Mrs. George Seua and the birth of a son, Paul Steven, -e- -
club Games were played and t
daughter Mary Michelle, Mrs, Nov. 28, at Martin County Hospital Mrs W. C Armor spent the
there homemade
was exchange of
Robert White and children He weighed e lbs., 13 oz. Christmas an gifts: i holiday week end In Daytona I I "

Carolyn and Bobby. During December this club I Beach where she visited her .'. Marry Young?
MASQUE CLUB ELECTS parents whllj Mr. .
Armor madea
along with the other Home Demonstration
OWL PATROL CAMPSAT OFFICERS FOR 1947 I Clubs In the countyhave .! business trip through the : Marry Old? 1
FBR EXPERT' RIO TENT SITE The Masque Club dramatic Southern I
featured the planning and Statel.e
The Owl Patrol of the Girl organization of Martin County I I
Scouts. with their leader Mrs J.' High School, elected George making Refreshments of home-mate were served gifts byMrs. :I CapL Charles Wynne. vice-: Who Jeb Crowell'l! iiihttr. That why Tn not worried shout I
F, Bozone, rode bikes Knickerbocker for 1947 persldent of the Sue, married !
Saturdayto president Crews and the'co-hostess' Commerce International sinateye -old our younger married couplesTheyr
Machine Work their camp site at Rio where at the first organizational meet- Mrs Feinauer, to the following :: Corporation of New "SUm- Slake. a lot of lollul pipwere tailed in s country that rem ,I
Stop they cooked hamburger. on ing ef the new school year. members: Mrs. Alice CadwelL I York City and his sister, Mrs ciilly older OHM) btffci toihike speetsoneanother'sright.-seosa-1
tramp stoves which they made Elaine Ulmer was named vice- Mrs Leona Smith, Mrs. Mary Marsden J. Perry, of Washing their heads Young art'eel try of tolerance mi temperance ( f;
form tin cans. After lunch they' president: Patsy Sullivan, .c- Porter. Mrs Kathleen DeVilbissMrs ton, D C have arrived for the Tot, tutu! lot of bridegrooms' a M
rode to Rio and then back for retary: Sue Leek treasurer; Bar. :I season at their Bewails Point I ire ox-GLs,
Margaret VanNess, Mrs So t looked up omejlg-ur.. It's and it looked.! to no like their ft-
CALflSTl\RT 33 games and.more camp activities bara Stewart reporter and JanlaElklns Carrie Rowley, Mrs Wallace home Periwinkle which Is now )
true America! vorlts
young girli and beverage win beer I)
before returning home. Their as director to completethe undergoing redecorating follow;
Sterns, Pauline Crews
tent which was blown by the board composed of the. officers Elaine Cregorle Mrs Mrs Alice Mall- Ing repair of storm damage. boys marry younger tan In j her From when. I sit. It Un t salsa 1.1
hurricane was untangled and I a countries And when o you up. you marry that Important Its
Mrs. Wallace, Mrs I
May Roy
straightened out to dry-with Additional members are now ery Lane Mrs Vermelle Baker Miss Mrs William Chisholm and pow they had the letlt than I I the important spirit of tolerance t
Stuart Imriie Service '
hope that It might be repairedand to be selected to ,Join in full pro-: Viola Kr-lder and Miss Lucile daughter, Miss Betty won t name It, but jtybs yij 'vs and understanding that you
re-erected., gram of activities planned for Ins c o e home demonstration returned Tuesday from Chlsholm'j guessed, Ono of th| Mrs. W. c Barr assisted Mrs.i the year "Drama Night" will bea agent. r trip to East St Louis that before the vat Tindivldu 11 /i
Bozone with her station wagon special gathering for Individual : Y they spent } l freedom kid"toler.ij a
Incqrpc ated jt. to carry the heavy paraphenalla; reading Imitations and pan., FUEL CONSUMPTION their daughter.and sister;'Mra {
Scouts' participating were Fatty tomlnes Several one-act playsare The' Inspection bureau of the Robert Helfrich, and her' husband -
Lucky, Betty Morrison Martha In the offing and a second State Department of Agriculture and baby. Cn I, !947, United Slain Brewers Foundations i
Pegram Betty Green Gall Mer- presentation of "The Black Der. reports' 222,935 gal of gasoline .
riman, Gloria Hancock, Betsy by" la planned and 15,279 gal of kerosene were 1 :
Barr and Nancy Mallon. consumed in Martin County durIng
Miss Naomi Rood or the Martin I --- --- he someone you really :1
4 & GIRL SCOUTS CITY PICNICAT BEACH County Hospital staff Is Paring the California gold rush e she d listen to, ., "
P I 10 spending a two-week annual In the hut century Cornelius Vanderbilt .
Mrs J. F Bozone Girl Scout
leave at the home of her parentsIn operated a lint: of rivet
FINEST SELECTIOVAt BRUBAKERSN leader, assisted by Mrs; Earl Jupiter while enjoying a variety .1 boats and stage couches; to lake; l '
Green accompanied six memo of vacation side trips gold sotlart l across c Nkingiia! :
bers of Troop 3 on a bicycle ride _. ;1:1 1:1J
Knabe ft Wurlitzer to Palm City beach at the west "I
end of the bridge Saturday. Each LIST Rooms Apartments and Rental 1
1 Winter % Juiuen your ,
| girl carried her own
Homes with,us. i ,
Kranich & Bach | jlbTansen cooking equipment and small
Ettejr ,Organ l\l inmond Solovox! P first aid kit. which they had L. FU FORD {
\IkPIANOSWith made as a project o( their train-
RECONDITIONED \ Ing program Those Joining the decal hale *
the Brubaker ti :-hkiored guarantee outing were Betsy Barr, Jane BUYING ShLLlV HKttfTIVC t
Morrison Gloria Hancock, Nancy
Spinettee' StMios MaUon Gait Merrlman and Betty PROPERTY MAVCEMfcNfWrite. ,
I Grande ., UghUBRUBAKJER Green. P 0 l\x ,}Fo. f "'
321 North Color,V o A\Inue ,1

I IF ESIR ,S AnUrew TH ANNIVERSARY 8. Kerr new pharm- Stuart, Floila / YoU don't need to pay any attention / J

acist at Bruners, observed his /, to anything; = say. but. I ) ,t tI
50th anniversary a graduate '
registered pharmacist last week ._____________---______
A native of Texas. Kerr came to COUTACOMMERCIAL
Florida In 1921 has lived In several ,
communities In various partsof
the State and says both he PHOTOGRAPHY

Music: C omp Y and than his any wife town like In Stuart which better they Real Estate Phcjigraphy

have lived. To use his own
.H. 2J17S words "We think we have found
,206 DATURAST.Palm Utopia. They lived In Miami Roll Films Developed
J Beach's Moat >mpiete Musi ore for six years before coming to ,I
Stuart recently to Join Bruners PORTRAITS AND AERllt it OTOGRAPHY
)a )a l staff They are making their I Phone 324
home at the Bruner Apt. on Krueger BIdg. Boxf63 .

North Denver Ave They are
Presbytelrans and he Is memberof
the Masonic Lodge and the

Knight' of Pythias. /
'JOINS NEWS sru-r Highest Cash or ft'our 'Car

William T, Corl of Webb City, 'WONT TAOT FIVE MNUTES ,
AN Mo, arrived last week to Join
pMA the staff of the printing department We Can pay you the 0 A. liens Aor your car whichis I
of The Stuart News A !
as much at yea can get aftwhere andSTAY
nephew of Mrs J:. A. Mennlnger
he has visited Stuart. during his WITHIN. THE W' "

administration boyhood Cori was years.graduated at the In Universityof business SUNRIS MOTCR CO. shots one of the millions A can tell yof,first-hand, the t 1

Missouri last June after three 31U>J South DIXII: 3. of actual users 'of Maytag 7: thing you debt to I100*. '

neck 10., ;of .1)) lire tr ran In the Navy He spent In two the I Fort Pierce, Fla. f Telephone 190 washers, 'and' ";' ;f
u with the' amphlbs J
.-.nuts Ie .1.Is IctIt 10" 01 ; years .
the 111. that d4 of old4 smock )
"Boreas tine' Ride Before you buy a wester we slncoroty leg J| important. moaning far ; u in d.ddis'g about

"*,,,.nr..boe. ...... anew GoMvr you to question any Maytag owners anwnln a wuhor
T.....-..... pay o yes 0. Dependable? InstallationAnd font relatives, friends or neighbors, either ln| If you doat happen know any Maytc '
WI'LL Tens: u.irlo i person or by tolophone We know from ea-| owners, we'll give you the name of role who {
Quick: Repair Service parlance\ )how delighted they'll be to tell you live ors(yoo Drop la orl b them
'-J4<<% MQIf NOff.SKB about Mayteg.The loyalty and enthusiasm ofOver 4*' "ll]low M.T.K>| bed mold'. .v V";

$14:e40'Tu It' the million* of Wqta&owners baa a v ry non than aQ other....\.

,... We Sell and Repair 4'

:, 't. (,aI'! 0,00.10 .ALSO MAYTAG WASHING MACHIN!
I. : u
1 Complete H6ek of bathroom fixture! w t

; i MOTOR CO. s Complete Line of Plumbing, ,Supplv* GERSTROM'S' S PLUMBlKG(; :CO. ,g;

Stuetyt, .



I 1 /i

1 I' \ .f I r I' BISE TO BE LEASED -cepted by the Navy Department,j jI I _. .._YOUNGSTER STEALS. :. SHOW. __AT BULLFIGHT_ .. Hobe Sound NewsSUNDRYSCNOOL .Mrs.:H. C.' McDonald of Birmingham Mrs Lei. !>!r'l family in Miami-
I' I Proposals toe the Lease of all It was announced today. Proposals Alt, visited \last week Mrs. A. Brownlee
II' \'II I.. or a portion{of the former Naval must b> received by the with her son and daujhter-ln Mrs. and M,. sr,
> I'' Air Station, Fort Lauderdale by commander Naval air base. 7th ..Ar'.w law Mr; and Mrs V R McDonald Jessie Griffin and child,
: : ,' PI I indlviduala.companies" or govgrnmental Naval District Jacksonville, by I had Thinksglvlng dinner pl;\
I i \ units are being ac.. Monday Mr and Mrs 'O. D Qulgleyand Mr and Mr. E. J,, Arnold
I children Jessie and George, Mr and Mrs
George '8" .
1'1' "" ,
I GIVES SHOWERFOR << Kathleen, lee and
I and grand-daughter children Penny
1 oJ' Just r 11
I" i r of Salerno and Jay and Joseph Fred, had Thariksgiviog ,,
f, 'I I FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT Quigley of St. Augustine visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lacy OM
\ I f\fJ J t ''i 1: Buy A Beautiful Piece of BROWNINGS Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.' and family .'
t \ Jessie Griffin- Mr and Mrs. C: if. There will be a turkey dIM,
)! ,: GLAZED GARDEN BbTTERV Arnold'and Mr, and Mrs. George tonight at the commas,
By !
Church Adults
Brownlee. $150, chin,
',' -- Mr and Mrs Andrew tester' 'lS cents
t t 'I PALMCITYloG CABIN The members of the Sunday and family left Thursday afternoon :' Choir rehearsal will be it 1,,

a School of the Community church\ !.to..spend the week! end with Wednesday..evening. :
J 1 Dri mg from Stuart, Fir Turn Right entertained at a variety shower :

After Crossing ridge Nh tt the borne of Mr and Mrs. FOLLOW :
1 J a,, Andrew Lester !In honor of Mr
11,1"f and Mrs Talmadge Browning
I .. ..-- Mrs. Browning Is the former '
'j Ruth Hurst "DANIEL'fc"t.The
N 1 IJON'T The M.ooraUoni were' carriedout

: f r f fI WA! UNTIL m. mr e in pastel colors On the \ Friendly Spot In Pos Office Arcsd. "
table on the porch was a large
I / '. HE LAST INUTE umbrella cowed with pastel COMPUTE LINE OF OSMETICS

:; colored crepe paper. The centerpiece AND
was three-tiered cake DRUG SUNDRIES
turn on Ilte boll during(a luill (fi fight in Mxbo City. are trying to g et' the IxiU sway from the boy. with a miniature bride and groomon No Waiting For Yo l r, Lunch.
'I The yoiingsler, buMHl| from the, Guilds with a Police releaxefl! him after f fans protested his arrest, top The feature,entertain Swift's Ice Crea Sundaes
j J JI' lnuw-muJe, cape] und "t*,k the bull sway from end he duuppenred Into the crowd before Jill ment of the evening was when --..-'" i }

liMluilwr ..A.... .Lt. .|. )mln.. .Xlimtuil. Two' attnijjlitsI ,' sump" was "learned 4 the. married men gave the groom ,--
--- -- -- -- -------------- bride
advice on now to Keep nil '
I.1 Qgao- i
1-- of OC70 af7og
Thanks Mr Hill for your' fine SLEEPING CAR RATE happy I

1 9 rr I See Where. corusldeiatlon BOOST APPROVED Refreshment were Served to! est Innovation In
I 1I o-o Roberta Hall Adair Mahan
IL L I Tallahassee, Deg 4.-An Increase Jean Robinson Julia Jamison,
In the January edition of the
by W. R. OBBq( ) Mitchell of an average of 59 cent Ruth Sands Mrs. Ted Chambers LUBRICATIONHav i
magazine OUTDOORS, ,which the Rev and Mrs Alex
a on overnight Florida
Robert 8: Hill, who has been ,
l'' 11 ', will be on the newstsnd about sleeping car rates stood approved Linn. Mrs William Marlottl Tt:
I spending his winters here In Stu Dec 15, an article on Stuart and today by the Railroad and Public Mrs Anna Brodrlck, Mrs Albert Car
f \ art has offered his services sallflshlng wW appear It was Utilities Commission but no Increase I King Mr. and Mrs James Black four Thoroughly
gratis, in keeping the public written In Pullman seat rates was Mrs. Pearl Bryan, Mr and Mrs Q Lubricated
; very ably by my granted, with effective date last! Andrew Ondlch. Mr and Mrs 0
In condition The
clock clock at running city hall was recentlyput and worthy colleague, Ernie Monday: I Paul Mahan Mrs. A. L, Wllmot .,.. With $ur Modern Lubrication,

anl back In running condition, Lyons Don't miss Ito The commission said that the: I Mrs. Charles Hall Mrs. T. W. Methods. t|
-o Pullman Company Is operatingat Jamison Mrs Olaf Williams,
a. .. 1 Women can keep a secret as an annual loss of till,000 inFlorida I II Mrs V. R. McDonald, Mrs Dan pert Attendant on Duty
,., EAN H USE FOR COLDSLIQUID well os! men but U usually takes and: the berth increaseia' : Shaw, Mrs. H. C McDonald, Mrs 0 Texaco Product* I Marfak Lubricatioi
more of them to do Ito expected to reduce this' loss I Mary C. Griffin Mrs W H. Fireitorie Tires
I DICINE UTTER -o by 21000. The new chargeswill King Mr and Mrs.O A Nichols
RISTM NOW 0..1e.ad I.I Cdd ,.ale.wl 545W4.e. Florida has about the finest apply only to berths sold for Mr. and Mrs W. W. White Robert COLEMA 'S FIRESTONE SERVICE
.,( de.re, ..154e5.rioN. climate In the world. The gull overnight use within Florida. Hurst Mrs J. W Wood, Mr. 229 Old DSie Highwiy,' Across R. R. Track
Chris fK brig l oceksion .
a children
I a LoleileD stream Is responsible for this The Interstate Commerce Commission and Mrs. Carl Nlckols Mr and Fir tone Store, [
1\\t'I t 8urpri Y. and happy over their new pres.unto. 666 c ..,.... fine climate It Is surprising how previously had granted Mrs Andrew Lester Mrs A.. J from
j f /'is poppinv n and out all day. few know little or nothing about Increases: for trains .operating Brodrick, Marie Brodrlck MUton =
have 1 I hume brii l ,If. too and ready the gulf *tr! m. It you donSt between States Griffin and Charles Hall
( i i I for hol ; entertu dng. Send us your ST RT believe this just ask a few people Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vlck of
drllpt'eoverll u d rugs for cleaning and you'll be surprised. CHURCHES Or CHRIST. SCIENTIST Thomasvllle. Oa, stopped to
(10U THk: ONLY CAUHi.: : AND
: sow o--o k C'IIU TOR" fa tin. .ubjMl .< tOo UMIMfrraiiM visit with Mr and Mrs. Jesse !RANCH
Let Wardrobe Regular Don forget to go to the polls .klek will .k. n.4 I. Ck: .,riu> Arnold and Mr and Mrs Jame. DUDE
Ready our eetings .( Chrfat BrlnUlt.. tk.u.kmtS....
next vote Remember Black while their to
the Tuesday and -* arid o. auadue. Dmnlxr. A., on way
I or oliday4y 8:00: M.2nd Stuart is growing and the Th. ka'''' T.1 MI, '.11:.... ho_ .iis spend some time with their r
.._ ....
: ORCI KEITH 4thWEDN running of the town is a big .It hljd'.hI.d.b.. to G oI" Hebrew, hi h.I.u.tout hula 'daughter and IOn-ill-law. Mr. TOURIST fcOURT OR TRAILER
I business So think twice before As.e IM' .i..tlu. ..111011be e.wpel.. and Mrs. Roy Turner of Miami
S AYS cast ballot \ 1.00_."'." .S .... 14)54.r... Mr and Mrs Dale Metsgar of
you your I PARK SITE
Martin ou ty Cleaners Stuart it Hall o-o 4.tM..abki..... non"Th...4.n h_.ani.. .M 0..Lard._. South Bend, Ind. visited Tuesday
for ikon hut _.... 011 .... .... I I
A word not spoken can( hurt .... ...... '
i i S art, orida I you .far 4.*the tllo.plMiuiw........ ibm 4111.art >4 Jessie Griffin and Mr and Mr. With Chairiofi Freshwater Lakes

I! ; I PHONE 190 P. O. BOX 906 Public Al ys deem. 0-0 TIM. w-. _..._....!...I........ t''". Daq Shaw The Metigara are I
,, 'I' Vandal the .a..I. .. .. ..e m Ik. CkrlMI.fi staying Jupiter for the winter
b are stealing &)... ....toM *ii4 H .ltk
i __ ..., 0 Acres
shrubs at Snug Harbor develop wllk Km to lb a.Neur. bk season.
-I ment, Who be, II..... bddt, "Ca4ATOa adstl, Msd. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smedburg of
i ever they may 5.t.alre..t' .... wl.tlod, .1.1.) ,....
: they had better be careful as .I.S, >f ill th.t .M r..l' .d wall I ..U.Slat /. Jupiter spent Thanksgiving Day Partly Fenced
tli L ie line officials are highly incensedand Llf.. Trylk, md L.v., "'.. with Mr and Mrs. Dan Shaw
.htrk .to ....4.ft sod .Imwl; M _
,1 will spare nattort to apprehend : ...i..tv .T tests ..I II, raise h... .. The Rev and Mrs. Alex Linn
them, t_,a.i. Gall .,.b. .W aM .has 5. had dinner with, Mr. and Mrs +includes of
J ..... .d oo.ld .N .... w 4-e'om fraVa Home, 1,600 feet front.re
'I, o-o tbt.. tees-it. et HI..II"I'ldal Andrew L e iter Thanksgiving ,on the wettitide <1 U. S. J, high land House
; .
Do remember when Dad ( ), Day
you partial! lly) furni.hed Irtd electrically equippedt>/
used to say-go easy on the but. startling' Indication of the II umnummtomm u mom urumIB miles North of Hofc Sound. 10 miles South of
M ter. boys, It costs 20 cents a Interest of oil In FlorIda
operators -
Refresh YoAielf Stuart, Fl..
: i.I'I' pound. was evidenced when the
li/ : # LOANS'Can I 0-0 Florida Railroad and Public When (fctO/j Way
Remember at home this
/ I to buy
I Utilities Commission announcedthat Pricej$42,500|
Christmas season Dollars spentIn
I : seven Texas oil operators
Stuart and Martin County
"i. requested trucking permits to
: stay at home, transfer oil drill equipment from Jl

I ; : Late ret back o-of-o our Vets football Texas to Florida.

I team. They are working C. B. jArbogast
1\, : Hope the candidates who defeated
\ I hard to raise sufficient funds to arp FOUNTAIN DRINKS
f! tt Be Tvailor-Made Too meet the expense of bringing tin aoort will forget thi election
t I Endlcott, N Y, team here Sunday You know only three can INDIAN/OWN, HLAiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimmiHiuiiltimiiiii Hob Sound Office. Phone Hobe Sound 3321
for a return engagementThey
II'' I
I I still need funds. When you o-o .
"Idt To fiA Vour needs I are approached to buy tickets to It pays to advertise 0-0 .-
.. the game do your share
''r I 1t" o-o Let'* dish out to the Endlcott

To fit Wokr incomeTo I The Lighthouse will open tomorrow delegation on their visit soma of Home Toiler Owners
: Smdll Prospects
it : ; l Interior has been that GOOD OLD SOUTHERN
renovated It Is now one of ,

'{I:: ,,jll i fit t your qpnvenience I East the finest Coast establishments! on th* ,

i 0-0 LOY4*. ORDER OF
j fAr : : When you are tempted to crlf MOOS Wny Rent Space

J But Se| Us 'rat Irlse an Individual look In the STtlXRT M ETa Loa. MiIII M sew,

{'1 ..1, j, ....-.. mirror and think twice. ul M WlfiNESDAYS

1 I 1, !f It Fays The 0-0 ACM MiJVTHHall When You Can

)' ''I'.! earmarks coming of a battle election royal ha from the silt y7a.I Buy roper Y

all the talk on the streets.

I : ; 0-0 located .' with instance
ideally monthly pay ents infnany
j, Word has been received from ,
: i: CITIZENS BANK OF1TUART Endlcott. N. Y., that their, team,
: will arrive here on Wednesday less than your present space now co*}> you?

Dec. S. They expect to have a

6 I : Member The Federal Reserve System, sndrederal) Deposit I%trance Corporation. squad of 38 players and a large'
l'i:1i following accompanying them.
I'' 'jl : Arrangements are under way to r ON FEDERAL HG WAY-
I try and have the band and a
The Bank of Personal Service .sole..
: II delegation meet the buses at the
t"I ,
t" t'l I city town.line and pilot them Into iedI NEAR -HOBE i SOUND

t o-o

f. L. .I I Local elections always Ieav4 &4a Tray lFL ishmte
a bad taste. In the community I s : Convenient to shopping( ocean bathiig, huntingland f

You may purchase plot 200 feet by average deptl of 750 feet.

I d, Inviting Our M\tin\ Co ty Friends X LET For $7.50 ,per frontVoot

. :! AGA THIS ,
)Terms; 20% cash, balance 1 y% irmonthwithlnterestst

TO 4% on deferred payments. Land k;ligh and rollifll, suitable

i t for citrus, mangoes,. avocados and poultry raking| '

VISIT Perfect for: a suburban Jr me in Fhrlda.

: _

t Twat Is'. yuldrel t.ae l.Eu D bas utw, Ge.Tour, C. B. ARB
e sees, a wUs5ar
all dna Gold fyeo.;
RUBIN'S The ch\jstmastore' 'wise es $abt i94 a t.s Ise j j'C. ur&ICC r
Real Estate .in': Waterfront, ..k 'J !
E. WALKER 1151

COAT PIERCE, FLORID ewbti Hole SMMll OtttM. Phis. Nobs
? ''"
, ,
.. ..,,' j" ( :"'''Ii('

j," ': '" < ";, J\\ = ,-1I41J.1,1iL! )111110 PP ...
1'1 : ; & ., .
." .' """ ''''''''\ 'r. .I. ,'"':' ,. -'

r::!\ :. .. ..

Income tax
advantage '
now held U. some i FACE 1WM
States." -- -

uction BillPrepared' SImpson Issued State to Give 000000 annual relief payments FLORIDA LIVESTOCK
ahol't\J\ alter the 'StfSKK'Supreme to Europe proposed under the MOVEMENTS ARE: HEAVY
Court Invalidated Marshall plan. I
community property law'paased YfK Europe i "In four years the sum paid Jacksonville: 4,Livestock "
by the 1947 State Uglslature. Yearly by Florldlans will reach $369- moved to market in iubstantlal
PI The law had been planned to 600000. assuming internal reve- volume during the last week, despite ,, .J
I ?
srdaburg ) -r Rep. save $100.000,000 In Federal In. nue volumes remain fairly constant
hard M, !Simpson (R-Pa.) come. tax for Pennsylvania 1'..I-.Iden. $92,400,000 This 'contribution to Thanksgiving Inter
... lude, latest available figures
t.ax' peace'Is
11 new Income reductionI approximately sameas
being prepared for sub-: "Congress Undoubtedly will ---- I the value of the State agricultural from 10 Florida sales center
I I pass the Income tax reduction European relief will cost Flo/-" products during the showing 2771 head of cattle andS189
i to the special session ofpeas bill'Simpson r 1945-1946
commented Idlans season handled,
which win make com- added but $92.400000 annually each hogs according to
? : TO SAVE IRITA1N "Expressed on
a per capita
Lnlty property provision na- "Whether It becomes law will n feat for the next lour years..the basis this sum Is approximately consolidated flgu/es In Jacksonville *
nfldepwn. depend on President a research and Industrial divisionof $40 a year for four years for offices of Florida State
a member of the who already has vetoed two Income Industry-needs more women the Florida State Chamber of every permanent resident of the Markets These figures covered
Ways and Means Corotn Commerce stated ,
tax reduction bills this yesterday in State sales on two State-operated and
[ said the new measure lear." i ir7 Its weekly business review. "More realistically. "this $91.- eight Independent markets. Seven r
1 Include a so-called split Simpson UPS THE JOB Based on Internal revenue 000,000 i
said the new bill is annual purse means that of the reporting markets gave
it provision the effect ofch now being prepared by the House collected during the 1948-1947 S.9 cents of every dollar earnedby figures showing a cash grand ,,1;k
i will be to 'emovQ income j Ways and Means Committee, fiscal year, Floridians paid 1.54 Floridians will. be labeled total of 119210669, while estimates
per cent (or $4137259551 of the European relief." for the three additional ,I;
!( : ( ( ( ( national total paid Into the sales handling ISO cattle and I
( ( ( ( ( (( '
( (( ( ( Federal Treasury The Florida : About 97 percent of the popu- 1700 hogs added better than ,
'share' Is determined by applying lation of Paraguay, u of mixed $55,ooo making a grand total of '
this percentage, to the $6000- white and Indian blood. $24710669 F
CHR1STMAsI ttt( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (( ( ( ( ( ( ( (( ( (' ;( ( ( ( ( ( << j I

i FORA VERY f' I 1,1

& I AuA.v ,I IV nit LINK!I"poster in. urges-on British war-blitzed women site to at help Ludgate Increase Circus pro., duction by returning-to industry j I Merry Chris mas I I I :,i,

PRODUCTION STRESSED In Jensen Beach have moved to their new home 4 That Will, Last For Yfears ,

F Tallahassee Dec, 4.-Florida'* in Harbrecht Heights which they I :
21 negro county and home dem- purchased recently Fine/Than"/ I i
"There Is
onstration agents, working in 14 LEGION POST Dick Gideon came home from Nothing ;
114 counties, will place Increased i'
DeLand where he Is attending
emphasis on food productionand A i i
TIM conservation during 1948, MEETS' IN NEWHEADQUARTERS Stetson University to spend the
according to A. A. Turner and weekend: with his parents. Mr
Floy Britt negro district agents and Mrs Seymour Gideon STliOMBERGARLSON :
with the Service State Agricultural Extension Miss Verna Gamble returnedto I II.

Sarasota Sunday to continueher
VEHICLE CARE URGED studies 1 at Rlngllng Art i Radio or Radio-Phono/CombinationWe
At Gainesville, Dec. 4. Florida By CHARLOTTE!: HEWER School. She spent the week here
farmers were urged,by-the State American Legion Post 126 held with her parents Mr. and Mrs. \ cay'tguarantee noise free F. M. reception a
Agricultural Extension Service their regular meeting Nov L J. Gamble.
v today to keep their can and Mrs. C. H. Munch entertained
24 in
their home
w 'trucks In condition pew In for Thanksgiving dinner Mrs 1. I
good and to
exercise maximum care In driving the depot building, This W. Lee, Mrs W. B. Goodrich i To further!ill YOUR RAmO needs we also have ;
to avoid accidents on the building has been remodelled, Mrs Q. W. Townsend of Way- ,
highways electricity: and water Installed cross, Ga.. Charles Munch and
daughter Peggy of Langley. S. Motorola Radios e, Home Auto J JI
and completely furnished. Rou )l
REDD aid L M LEY j Uranium/ ores can be ,photographed tine C.. Mr and Mrs, H. W. Munch
matters of business darod
by milling the polished and J. J. and Cecil Moore of Personals (Camera type) j
: : discussed at this meeting after Stuart. .
sectkiis of the mineral in direct I
10S SO. 2nd S EET contact: with:: photographic( dimtlmi which card game were played I It ebster Wire Recorders ;
showing. the exact locution of and refreshments served QUICK, 4' I
FORT PIERCE, FLA.. the radioactive particles In the ore Mrs. R. 8 Robertson was hostess Symptom.1 Obtraw Aritlnt from Record Players s I
"' to her bridge club at Sey- STOMACH ULCERS
2.73. i
Sugar coot proud In
Harvey-Wells Marine Radiophone J
London in 1742. mours Inn last Tuesday afternoon DUIIO EXCESS ACID )
Prizes for high score were' Free SookTaNsAmomeTroatmeattliat '
won\ by Mrs Lewis Gamble and Mast Ndp ee N ost you"ownsOarttuw Y I 1
Mrs. Charles Ga,. Others milli..b. f tbeweea. I :
playIng .. .
.w he. b ? Ad for1k,1 ofpmpl i
were Mrs Betty Alderman m.ddl.VS rr ipso a...." T BROS. }
.nM U due AlAd i
Mrs. C.H.Alderman Mrs Adolph r.. saswweu ,4% r u t stases. %
.,, I
Hertel Miss Elizabeth 'Robertson toa.'u""d' Moe 1 r.. We BARTL2 M i '
and Mrs. E. J. Ward. II Ask Tar"wnwd sires." ,h (uifrBRUNER' i Phone Stuart 209 j

for the utmost enjofient of recorded music,' Mr.' and Mrs Lewis Gamble PHARM Y I IiU

and daughter Verna, and son, l s.+. r..a. a. n s >:: _>>>,>>'-:':''''''''': ,
Louis, Jr., were dinner guests of

UTTO RADIO ind APPLIANCE CO. Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Day Lane Jennings I

Mr. and Mrs Walter Upte-

:proudHpresents their grove Thanksgiving guests entertained I 'his Dayhaving mother at dinner, Mrs on as To the Votens of Stuart jj

Nora Uptegrove, and Mr. and :
rlliitlP&IJ' PHllCOxM0-//B0 Mrs Joe Steiner.
Tommy HellVer returned to
Gainesville Sunday to resume his
studies at the University of Florida
after spending the Thanksgiving '
holidays here with Ms \
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. '' fo"r "
Helller Please accept my sine; thanks the '

Maine Mr and have Mrs taken William a cottage Tour of at support given me in tr cent primary for ,H

Pine Lodge until the completionof City Commissioner is'' vote is one of the
their new home In Rio
a.r.t Jonne Langberg who la attending i greatest compliments h ve ever received. f
Rosarlan Academy in

West Thanksgiving Palm Beach.holidays. spent with her the J. In going to the polls rffext uesday, it should ;I"jt'f I,

parents, Mr. and Mrs John
be remembered thaf five
one< [man on a
Langberg of Sewells Point.
Mr. and Mrs R. K. Escott of ,. man Commission canaccoi jlish nothing by
Indian River Drive had as their ,j
guests for dinner ThanksgivingDay himself, and that U do n< claim to have

Meretta Mrs., N.Emma Y, and Orchard Mrs. F D.of-l. I i:' the answers to Stujirt's pi blems.I .

Escott. j
E1St Charles Munch and daughter entered this racoon a str tly INDEPENDENT .
Peggy. of Langley. S. C, spent '.
the Thanksgiving holidays here : BASIS an! have solicited the sup-
.a with hU mother, .Mrs, C, H. .
Muneh. < '. port as
Mr, and Mrs W'C: : Johnson '"
,_ wished to be free to work Ikith any and
":, /' all members_ :ojflthe Commission, for the

'L I best interest ofthe City as si whole.
'\\'o ''C

While "Blue jaws" have no' >lace among

the ordinanc of* a city catering to tourists '

e t .'I am 'ojposed to Stuar becoming

t. what i is' generally known .ai a "WIDE
I N OPEN,,'"cit 'J o"1; I'I

I, To 'my fri ds who have wo ed in my' :

I of I ?;\ behalf,. I. can only 'say that s ould your : :
PHILCO 1JTO. JIm is ever/' aury Tod SURF S NOISE, NEEDLE, SCRATCH He's New '
Could dente t Philc dn cNSTsteIU efforts( ele
.. / e
ft* pottst- FM lone ever achiev d.. .also G YEftJ RE ER : : :' ,serve;:,yourf confidence: .

Stan sea:: Short Wave Brosdcai I Deluxe rdae to the Mnunoul new Phlco ScnrcKElinuum We'll, gl*. our, worn .' ,- ', ., :. ", .
"olw, aee'i il fatigued tiwind" a 'second : :\
uble free t
/ I.
Ret.; Is me'rel+ablrt saetck]lltesina prosenes brilluiu "hliu" tni tha 1 Vake 'em .

I Sever oi.*d.}Awidi, Drnavk!;, 1 Produode .,'tone noise oueflecwoniali7.Musicpaels ride like br d-n\wl Bring : :
t Pone i'Cone" G/lDd toms sl, saes IVset, t Wckpomul l e.t".eonmee In your ol trbares "

slts! ..liJ'Fw1.6plwRecti6d.Hhtod.yl. in Kxbr ".-"If... .' I I 4 $ a jlttt, .
f W.
:IJTTI"IO' (), fl Re. 1. Prices, l .HQENSHELCANDIDATE ,

$tuar Recap

"! APPLIANCE COO. Chippendel.'Ase/wsk/ Service S.rac..Sta'tionso ( FOR CITY COMMISSIONER. N

Ph... 30 l CablutjAt1. rodpMWArvs.t'Fee" :
'Station. (PAW P.Btleal A4vertiessaaas)
.., QppwleFir. OUR sawn. VIA. r'


"+C ,

11 l .


, i : : twivt :THIS MEANS EVERY AMERICAN! 1Qon----e. 1OaOC9oO0 owe.oa oe aocz: =:eoo

ft +' 01te tre\u Horticulturally SpeakingTh Letters.Te The Editor'

',\ I' J .. o oaocllllllllll.III: : IOCrroRTCNrn O
I ti I Published every Thursday at -o o-- oa e roil STUART. o
) t''' Stuart Martin County Florida, Th* following artkk/ vat> pmtnted at At fnnual meeting of tin c' Bft Mina Franklin D. Jones
i' e by Stuart Dally News, Inc. a Florida Statf Hurtiailfumi l Society St fftorsburg, Novtmbtr 1947
A. wonderful opporWhUi II
,ti i I I, Florida corporation. being offered to us to shot
Entered: 'as second-class: mall civic pride,our! love! of beauty and our faith In,,the future of etj
there comes a letter from UwZ
"i matter at the post office at my son
1 Ml,A. SLACK:JR. to beautiful statue
: urging us acquire a and. fountain. He
Stuart Florida under the Acts says th
Reward) Depsrtmene will be nbthlng! lovelier In whole
of March S, 1879 1I the country) It will five to gps
f t A FREE PRESS Food, Machinery, Corporation, hat mark of distinction which we now lack Several cU/
; 34 YEARS OF SERVICE Lakeltmd Florida leading citizens are Interested and {eel that public Interest ihon

and n. atwN D.II N.,. ..u a wsewr It is agreed tijt all that the bam aim of prepackaging Is to give be aroused and action taken before it Is too late So, t im
i l' kM .. .... _.. this to In haste feel
It..rt 'fl. tI..t the battue favorable appeal you Xfjrou that the tide of
A FREE PEOPLE ..._ r.hn.hs. i" seat A..U us. consumer s pmduct UN) to procure more economic prose
has turned for our town and that w. can now spend a few
j "" .nd tile auvu Yew..s "Itowhkh return for the produce! \, and the retailer. hundr,
I T. Time w" .....1101..04 r" dollars for the sake of beauty and.culture and for
Yves I, 1117. TM BW.rI 1.111 Under the normal method of handling produce, the Inedible por- a heritage th
I |0 M (MUW ,I Hit IU :: S.l our children will enjoy after us. Then! please let's urge
i. lion of vegetables left attached constitute a large portion of the total our ell
+:' H :: :: s.du Ise ..ditto.victor w. D.r.Wra rv.eb: ,Mau.. w tho shipping weight Cauliflower represents the extreme Case when the commissioners to take some of out\ tax money and make ounelvi,

.mini or edible portion, represents only about 40S of the total weight a gift which will bring pleasure from year to yar to say noun.
.. Bowls t.RNYBT A.R Y.NNINGBR LYONS .. : """': --::'. ,::tdwiNae Yaws Fresh, com when husked and trimmed eliminates about :SOX of the bout-all the publlo Interest will arouse. It was suggested ft,
weight, and even, crest toga account for almost 251 of the normal a little publicity: 2 in Time and LIte'would do our town onLett n.
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES get this Kanolel fountain and Time and Life will be
shipping weighh Aside: from the additional transportation costa, there !
.! I b 11I.11 0.. y.... U... T.. y_.,,,,,,,- ,,,,, ,,,,..... is the added Tabor. oo t of removing this inedible por<
0\<\\.1.. r.,.. ..... h... .......11..11... n. ......_..., rss.s tho Nlktt. r of these warte/ materials! at one !location: may lead In profitable by My son feels a sincere Interest Stuart.. Won't you read h
,1 .., ,.. .. ........... .
.10<' .b << .blo I letter and If you like It then tat some action at once.
I .- 'rho At04 P.,.. h *>clu>l..lr ratltM. u tfc. M* too .....bU..t.... ot .. i_to products, such,as animal feeds, ((1, 2)). etc. ---,
Handling produce In the seine old'' way up, n> the retailer or dii- Dear Mother:
: tribute, discarding a. third' or a, holt, in..th*'garbage-can, )just'down l t Wblle'.browaing through an antique shop I came
'rho A..tod raw I 110 ..'Iad .rI..I..I to the ,t iw t.i ,sublletle..e .It tai acrosj
10001 ..... erlntN I" ,lhr ....,.._. N ..11 a .11 I A? wn dl........ nuke sense amazing thing the 'most beautiful,fountain I have ever ore
L: 1 IHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIUIIHIIHIUIUi/ 'illlllMIIIIIIIIMIUUIUHWorthy ; II I i, But lot*. SM,. how prepackaging; night give a bettor, product, if ; will try to describe It for you. It.1s a larger than life state <
E' ;} I gives; the proper preparation? a woman made of bronze She Is draped in a flowing robe it
' Meditation I Baste quality fa the success of any food f product, whether fresh, raids a.Jar oil one ,should/r while pouring water from ands
I,"' / canned: or frozen, Basic quality rests on three factors: (U) variety or Into a, pool below. IV Is the work of the famous artist Mm,
i 111111I11111I11I111I1111111I11111111I111I111111I II jj type of crop, ((2)) harvesting at the proper eta ri.sn4 ((3)) Kanolel and 1s.valued between twenty' ((20) and thirty ((30)) Uv
: : Equilibrium of balance of power is essential in the retmtion.ot Uiei deursbl,aunstituenti during handling transportation and dollars but ls now to be sold for the storageAt .
\ world both within the framework of the United Nations mud! mm keting.
\ once I thought of how fine it would be If this founu
I and outside it. Balance of power really means that men I w..use. ill. CJ sea The variety or type of crop meet lee selected far prepackaging. could be bought and placed In the town) of Stuart In the as-
who want to live in a society of law, of justice! rather thanin ... Size and shape vary as to variety and should'bo chosen fat adaptability near the Bank.
a world ruled by force recognize that adjustment be. /C===:: tOClO =====orxo 0. Ar OCIQ fur prepackaging. Then too, proper production: can *id> hi this phase; I went to warehouse to look at the base ot the not
I tween differing ways of life and different forms of government for example, experiments haye revealed' that peat can be Increased in Mother, it is really map ftoent, The base Is a solid block 01( n
requires constant negotiations and continuing NEWS and COMMENT yield and,yet kept in/a funny grade for m, longer: period by) the liberal marble cut In, a six foot diameter hexagon and scooped( oat i
effort to( prevent frictions from needlessly developing into OaOClC= >- use of a high nitrogen fertilizer. form a basin. In the center Is a beautifully carved, red m &
: :=aaeooor.eeae: :
... .1' conflict. Proper maturity. Is of prime. Importance, and even though'it is air pedistal 38" high Then on top of that joea the bronze iti:,
James Forrestal.! I WAS QUITE interested in some remarks by George J, ready the subject ot numerous regulations; nevertheless, it requires which Is TIn height The whole fountain stands about 10'-;
Boyt In the "Florida Forum State realty journaL Mr. considerable attention in,' height
I THE CHRISTMAS SEASON Boyt is an exterminator-and an honest one, which is rare. Our third point, retention of the desirable constituents during Stuart would certainly be fortunate if it could manage tot t
Stuart merchants have more to offer this. year than Discussing the problem of termites from a "real estate handling:: and transportation, is the point which we want to consider this work of art It.would have a showplace finer than snyttii
I I ever before-and they ate urging the public, beginning viewpoint, he says In little more detail Palm Beach or Miami can brag about, The price Is so elm
1)I') I I in'this week's News, to make the most of the shopping: opportunities First off (and. 'this Is Good news I want to tell you that Florida As we al1l know, fnuts and vegetables are living hssii* which re- ... Just a fraction of Its value' that I am afraid It wont be in,
I"" l in your home town trade center. termite have hurt the Florida real estate business, and Florida spire, and in doing so,.the desirable constituents are altered. The higher able very long, I understand there are several pieces of ititui
:a "Shop for it in Stuart first" U the slogan adopted by home ownership, a lot more psychologically than they have materially the temperature, the foster they respire, and the faster they deteriorate by the same artist in the Brooklyn Museum, some of the fine I
f I Stuart Merchants Association for this holiday season Not that termites are pleasant little things, to be encourag'd Leafy,vegetables have high heat values, and must be cooled, very the country This fountain was sent from France to be exhibit!
It ., .' Stores are being gaily .decorated, to take care of an In their depredations, but by and large the frightening rapidly to prevent yellowing TIM respiration tale of spinach ((3)) is at. the World Fatf as one of the most beautiful fountains tt
expected record Yuletide shopping season. Excellent post word "TERMITES IN THE ROUSE! ... proven to be a. bogey s good example of the high respiration rate of leafy vegetables designed It got lost in the customs and wasn't claimed w
I war merchandise is available with greater variety than about which most folks on first acquaintance, .tend to become TABLE 1 after the war It was sold for,warehouse charges and the na
this area has seen since before the war, Unduly excited and concerned, + ..., bought It died I can' get it tor $2,000. I found out that cratla
'.; ', Shop early. There are only 17 shopping days till I say this because In nine out of ten cases actual damage to a fiw1..t.s D.e.w alrotm a.T.U.d w. ae..d.Prsd.. .1 Y. and transportation to the station will cost about $250. Fret!
I Christmas.. building negligible' or confined to a small section thereof and '_.It p- awe loot M Less s'BW p. dar tor es Stuart will cost another $250. Once there a truck with a tin
consequently can be quickly brought under control before serious can take the three pieces over to the circle A few volunteer a
i'A CREDITABLE PROGRAM OF WORK developments occur at small cost It Is wise, however to have the 75 275 60500 S 420 run water pipe to it and set it up For continuous operation,t)
Martin County Chamber of Commerce today announced exterminator treat all under-surfaces of the building while he t ton 50. 60, 16500 5' to' a 115 thing to do would be to get a small electric pump and UK tt
!i ; I a constructive program! of work for 1947-48 detailed the lob to prevent recurrence of the damage or an outcropping 33 15'' 4,125) 10 to 20 29), same water over and over again. It would be such an suet
i {I.. .1 elsewhere in today's News of termites In another part of the building' The principal, changes brought about by respiration are I loss of the town, it would look sensational and would give a great mn
I !n I One of the prime points in the program is to present The old adage of "an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of moisture, sugar, Vitamin C, and the lots of other desirable constituents.Aiparagus people a great deal of pleasure
1 the message of Martin County; to at least 1,000,000 readers cure" applies with startling accuracy to termite control, and lines almost ft times as much sugar at SO'F. as at 32'R U it looks like the people there would appreciate It. I don
I'i, ''I'' on a national scale in 1948- the most ambitious publicity whereas. exterminating companies do encounter occasional Jobs Voiced kale ((4)) 442 of its ascorbic acid content In 8 days, 3 tmies mind giving the Urn and effort on this end. I am trying It Ia I,
t p program ever pledged by the local civic group. that are Intricate and expensive, the majority of our treatments greater than at 3,2' degrees, Fahrenheit, Subsequent changes in the picture for you. One was taken several years ago and the ft:
) These will be 1,000,000 readers In fields varied to are simple Indeed, Involving a. small financial outlay which the lulisUuwes in the cell wall leaves produce susceptible to decay produce tographer ft BOW looking for the negative.
the scale of and investment lag iilnns. All of these contribute to the loss of what call- Let tue know soon If the people are interested. Then i
cover fishing, agriculture and owner of the property regards as h'ap Insurance"which affords org we
they; will be reached through advertising designed to bene- peace of mind freshness others looking at this statue, It C will be told before very long

fit this whole area. Perhaps the greatest evil today In the termite field Is the unscrupulous The object( of our cooperative/ experiments last season with MI' Your loving LARRY son,
Coupled with the publicity drive to bring more people operator-of whom there are many-who relies upon DIc man was to study, the possibility of reducing these losses through
I here is a plank to encourage capital-both local and "scare", psychology In order to sell his questionable services to the use of "Steri- ling."This method of pre-cooling employs the use
,, out-of-ounty-to build additional resort facilities. The to the home owner, Few people are willing to crawl under, their of :force quantities of ice water flooded over the produce to ohtiii( I WITH THE OTHER EDITOR
Chamber realistically points out that the Very fact that own house and make termite Inspections, and so when the Itinerantor rapid heat transfer Our standard commercial unit floods almost 20XM =;'o o.Z-onot:: ====ea
hundreds of tourists are turned away in the height of the migrant operator does-"with no obligation ma'am- and then gallons of water per minute Added to the water is a germicide to aid HATE IS IMPRACTICAL
,. I resort !season is the best argument for expansion. crawls back, out to report things as "pretty bad," It Is generally : in control of the rot producing organisms, By; Strickland Gillllan
:: Support of the 4-lane highway, a vigorous stand for fairly easy to scare the home owner Into spending a healthy sum Vegetables included In these semi-commercial) tests were lettuce, (Reprinted from The Rotarian)
education improvement, continued efforts to open up Mar- for a questionable service. As far as you know, the fellow may broccoli cauliflower, com, tomatoes string beans and lima beans Hate is a luxury no one can afford. In the ordimi
tin County beaches to the public, the distribution of have sprayed a few spots with kerosene and then taken your Husked corn was cooled from 86" 1o a cob temperature of 40/ in span of a busy human life-fron* the crib to the grew
t sport fishing and farm booklets continued "pushing" to ,money and his departure. It happens every day. 'I 24-mlnutes. Ripe tomatoes were cooled from,. 80* to 41' in 2,3 minutes. tory, the layette to the layouWthere; f isn't time or ener?,
l i make the inlet an actuality, and active participation in a 'j The advantage of having listed property Inspected before you Other products of less bulk wen cooled more quickly as shown'on the to do all the useful and necessary; .things we should -
s N tourist entertainment program are among other high spots offer It for sale are obvious indeed. It comes as pretty much of accompanying/ gr. ph. These temperatures were taken Internally, and why should we waste any of our precious ergs or emotion
t of the Chamber's plans for 1948 a, shock, to a prospective buyer, when he learns of the presenceof I naturally exposed surfaces were somewhat lower. in such a super-useless/ thing aa hating
You can help by seeing that your membership is given termites just before consummation of the deal. In cases where For optimum: cooling the product should be prepared for pie- Actually It's worse than Impractical. Hate aIm'
freely and generously (in the coming drive-and by jumping an Inspection has been made, however and where termites were packaging<< before coaling This eliminates waste material from using hurts the hater worse than it hurts the "hatee:' The 1.It l ,
in with a will to aid the progressive element in pushing found, it It possible for the seller to have the condition corrected. up refrigeration and speeds up the packaging operation following cool feels. discomfort: few* It only on the'customarily rare
; Martin County forward. so that the house may be given a clean bill of health. big On com tests, for example, cart which had to be cut to sire fol asions when he contacts the hater, But the hater im ,
t Increasing\ of concrete block and poured concrete construe lowing cooling the temperature had risen to 51'. Cutting before the forever with him. as a, putrid and loathsome companion-
1 # SUPPORT THE VETS TEAM! tlon has, of course, cut the "mortality ,considerably, but the' cooling operation, .resulted la s ft degree reduction, ((45') when placed!, like the 014 Man. o| the Sea riding on Sinbad the SailorThe .
Iti 1 J i' ; Worthy of support from everyone in the community fact remains that termites find their way beneath these structuresand in storage. This reduction in temperature under normal refrigerationwould / m&JIi ho hates reminds me of t village drunker
'l Is the Stuart Vets-Endicott, N, Y. football classic which can get in some mighty disconcerting work on floor joists" i require or 3 days, or event longer. C'nttnmllY lose 30* of,, its While ha,was in a deep sleep % wag anointed his unslw
will be played here Dec. 7. floors and between partitions. No 'attempt should be made to sugar in 24 hours at 65'F.,At 35' this loss U only about 3$ ((5)). /I".. upper lip with overripe Umburger cheese. Ignorant! i
i -r The event will be of great advertising value to all guarantee an absence of termites save by the one safe-and-sure duction from 60 F to 40'T lowers the heat evolved by respiration more what had beendone to him, but knowing- all was! not wt I
I Martin County in that it will focus the eyes of a prosperous method of an Inspection by reputable and licensed exterminators, than 50%. So it Is easily seen 'how! important pre-cooling really IS to the sot wandered frantically about the town then tack
., manufacturing community of 100,000 on this section. However, as I remarked earlier In this article, in the vast majority maintain freshness, back to the ba where the gentle but fragrant assault) w
1i I .t I t The visiting New Yorker-Staters will be accompanied of cases actual termite1 damage Is negligible, except in extremely : The SteriKxxjler: liquid contains a germicide designed principally been made. A* he entered the room weeping: CopiOUS'
.D j i'' by photographers and news men who will see that this pre- old buildings or ones where a vast numbed: of the pest to prevent contamination and build up of organisms In \the treating somebody; asked what was the matter.
p ; I : Christmas game in the South is fully covered in words and have been actl',3. It has been our experience that the average solution/ This combined by the quick reduction.: temperature* of the "The whole darn, world la rotten" he sobbed. .
f I''i'" pictures in the Endicott area. The Stuart team, showered buyer may approach a prospective purchase without many misgivings product treated almost entirely eliminates chance for development of Yes the hater carries the noxious stuff right whim +
'' :. with "Yankee hospitality" on its visit North a couple of and that even If termites do exist In the structure he need rot producing or anhms. Few if any, of the common transit decays wherever lie goes. Look at the'plight of the wor
, i:/\ months ago, has lavish plans for a Florida hospitality program not be unduly concerned continue to develop at 40'F and lower .*.. today; t It is- a hategridled. globe Hate to the 'gangnn[
I: r / The important thing Is to eliminate them quickly, treat the entire In order to aemonstraM the effect of rapid cooling on various the malignant streptococcus bug the'' colon bacillus"
Stuart and Martin County cannot help but benefit in under-surface of the house at once, and Insist upon regular organisms commonly attacking fruits and vegetables, we conducted a is septicizmg blood of humanity. Stop hate, and Preraat
a a hundred ways from this inter-State competition and exchange Inspections each year If this policy Is followed little fear need special experiment Petri dishes inoculated with these organisms were peace would arrive Instantly; and) automaticallyBut '
5 I I! of goodwill In fact, we will be feeling the echoes be held for the future, held 'under conditions similar to those" produced by Steri-coaling fol\ before we sneer at diplomats or condemn the
.I'' 'i, of this effort in visitors for years to come. lowed by normal transit refrigeration. The check or control sets were ,for' failures let's be sure we've learned how to exults
r ] ''i It is costing big money some $3,000 in a posted Oc:::=::lonoE: ====:lOCl0c==20ClO=====:aOCIO held under conditions of normal transit 'refrigerat After what hate in our own lives. Will power helps-bu : the la
l l II guarantee -,to bring the Endicott players here. It cost COME'ON-LET'S LAUGH was considered normal,, transit period these plates were retained. to way I know is to drain, off into other channels the met
t them the same when the Stuart team went North. A small normal room tempenluM. we would devote to haUn,. :. ,
I i group of sponsors has undertaken the responsibility oft =aoClO ClOcloCloJZloao: == The accompanying/ photograph 01 plates inoculated with Rhlzopus : It'. a thousand-tnft probability that you re far b
\ guaranteeing this amount. You. can help by backing up NOT HIS Rot (Rhizopus i Nignoaos) were taken after! 48 hours. The piate'belt hind in thankfulness and appreciation for the kindnes*
t .this group-by buying tickets, seeing the game and taking- "Did my'wife speak at the meetinayesterdat"- ; under conditions of- normal) transit ref, igenNonr has developed ex.jyemely I received From which of, your.moral;\ ,Creditors would 1
your friends It is a big responsibility; for a community "I don't know your wife, but there was a-tail; this' hAavy growth with very abundant formation of spores, where I embezzle time to hater ,
t of 6,000, such as Martin County but the men behind the lady who rose and said she could not find words to express u the plat representing! Steri-cooled conditions shows only sltgh1 I ChrUtmat/ ia fast approaching It'l the time" to
deal have full confidence that they are going to get your her feelings. growth and no spores whatsoever.We entuate joy; and goodwill among men So, here fll s i .
i. (if j I. backing "That wasn't ,my wife.-f-Karikaturen. do not wish to imply that the Sterl-oooler win not eliminate i propriate thought for the coming holiday-and eve
J Support them and the team -- and, our home town the necessity of i
9 maintaining) adequate sanitary conditions, A sound day of the New Yearr; '.* i
f I and county now and when the kick-off is called Dec. 7, DOWN PAYMENT routine sanitaiy cleanup should be put into practice for prepackaging When Inclined to wo*'u !' a {trlpl..platedIfha ? II
i Minister: "Rastus, don't you know it's wrong to play; and should be as thorough u to say other food processing plant Boo somebody,just paueey'count terv- .l/ v
t, VOTE ON DECEMBER 9 cards on the Sabbath'" teria, especially tile soft rot organism builds up en plant t Juices and haven't regained control of your ship, count to *wr L
Vote-and get out the vote-next Tuesday December Rastus "Yas pahson! an' believe me, Ah's pay in' tf! debris especially -around! cutting "knives, belts and where trimming ,think some more. If hate still lingers, sit down ala I w
I"I"I I 9>when Stuart will select three city; commissioners from a mah sins.."-Commerce. b done. Yeasts and molds also develop along With bacteria. and; may letter to that IlaK-fol'lJOD man or woman 0. P
: list of six candidates. '- result in heavy contamination of produce at these points If not kept clean ;rOIt. lift.wjes>you( petted tt the giogtl\ :/
The News has taken a non-partisan stand in this elec. DRAINED at all times. Pound culture.plates,.for instance, of swabs taken from, .
tion but we are extremely partisan on one issue that "Back from ;your holiday;; eh? Feel any change" the cutting belt In the corn operation gave such n abundance of growth 'Wtites-Av vallatJiijty'and lit itz to Bueiti rJ Agrkulturol
.every citizen' should cast a ballot. "Not a penny."-The Kablegram. that counts could not bs mode even at a>1 to 10,08O( t uUort These I 'Jutrrial, Ch mta ry. ';Agrtoufcurtl .....,Adm.iniatra.-a. .
As for the men concerned we say this: pick them for points of possible eontaminatfon were same elimin teal by- the proper ,. ell.Upt: M>kt .
character, integrity and 'progressive initiative and youcan't KING KANUTE KOULDNNT clean up. The Importance of sanitation\ will certainly becomi-more '!i. Co-tor, TAH, *+ rA '1C. fti.ii.lsjd. VM *ble Was\CI\!|
go wrong It is an extremely healthy sign for our The newlywed were honeymooning af the seashore. evident as prepackaging develops on a larger, spate. Pr tlM ) olA
4 town that 8 candidates filed in the primary.; The very; As they; walked arm In arm along the beach, the young t, A.yea<< pny have observed from Table 1by, this time 1 t d liniitratlonoAJS
fact that, to many men were willing to offer themsal/ej groom- looked poetically out to see-ahd eloquently Brie<| also saves'subsequent Jefrl entlola. For once the produce Ii soared r', TV, Marot,-IMS.MtnHisisH .
for civic .service at a salary; of only $2() per Month f is, the out; "Roll on.,thou deep and dark blue ocean-roll I" His Ins refrigeration is needed to maintain low temsiiistmes Slice DM MjsMii. MflsWil of t' mu' n Oil the nypi ratlaa I.u'
t most encouraging thing; which ha happened in' Stuart in bride gazed; at the water foi a moment then in hushed/ produce continue\ to. give off beat son a cooling acruaXy: nqusrsi ad.. '( f quoocnt.j- ot* w iZ?* TB -S lsWsi SS W Plant Pnj**
lean tones gasped. "On Fred, you, wonderful man I It'. doing ditional refrigeration.In :7tti'I: ; c
As for youl'llelf-get to the po.llmaplac.. at the fire it."-The Rox: Rotarian, McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania. summary then, preparation for prepackaging should, faokofoJt/ t \) 4?, PatgMer.! Msai c;WHW. C-,; 11 **4 of p station early Tuesday morning and cast ;your ballot as aeltiien. the removal of the inedible porttoB-wWch: nouot* trampemrioq seed I .the aserhlg' anti eaatea sailnme cooten! .....
t. To cast a vote is the fir4Feeponaibilityof'good,, ADVANTAGE TAKEN, refrigersUoor '''costs,' ((2)). proper_ sanitary.condissssW to pwvwt toontiruination fllty of fcesnJy henrestsct bfc-Asttrfcan! Chemical SocWT)
citizenship. f George; ? know my wife fooled me when we were and ((3)). precooking such III Shrt-coocssg to .....agalpst York. N. u ... J
engaged., .,j" has of freshness and nutsftiva' qualities! caused "by Mfh rnflrittrri. Mora 5. >.Mataee, i: .. sad Shusgn! '
.. .
.'. -.
.... "d
',Tw r impnaia met the starry heavens .r Bobtlrt'Wlaw', -" _; aba by decay prosM ., r ; A.. . .: "- ; d )J.:,,r"1,: ".



f ,/

: ,,1

JTHt STCAM Prams, soma!, MAItW COtVTf' rt aml. TJrneD r, DEC, 4. un --- -

Community forests for Florida 01' tree growth or suitable for thr growth of tree, and PAC nnn ; ;
to ad.
pier on the lakes are all
minister the tame under the direction of the State Forester, of the functions of this committee, This com* Abraham Lincoln was largely I capital of Illinois from Vanrtnlia :
from last week! I State ot Florida mlttee should have the benefit of the best I :11 I I
'In accordance< with' the practice and principle professional or technical initnimeritnl in removing! the state to SprlngRekl. .> .J
scientific forestry for the benefit of laid landscape founcll.J. !
counties cities
cities, town
counties or Khool
All board .re'hereby district through their or school dlatrlct Such tract may be of any size suitable for conservation! wildlife, beauilflcatlon. and nature committee ..

rterolng web county,city town empowered to establish, from land the purpose, but must be located within the county embracing the concerned with the conservation of all, wild plants, flower, tress, .
or school
rtd by district :
\ fee city, town Your
simple. or such school idle
or district
provided that It hall birds, fowl' and all forms money ,
,quire by purchase or gift, land at_present covered with Jowl be requisite for the governing board avalUng itself of the provision! pf animal life which Inhabits the forest.
I .. of this Here we may have a welding of a ot
law to submit to the State Forester, and secure his approval variety Interests, such as; .a ,
HAND FAINTED AOYEM smo of the area and location of any lands proposed to be acquired or member of the local garden club, a local nursery or landscape Can ... ,'t
used for the purposes of county, city, town or 'school district man the teacher of biology In the high school, and Just some earn
wrests. s e Interested laymen. This committee would coordinate Its efforts ,
The law also provides for the securing of suitable tax delinquent and clear all
proposed projects through the forMtry, recreation
.1 lands from 2
the department of %
agriculture, division of lands, comptroller roads and engineering committee.
,trustee of Internal Improvement fund, counties, cities,
towns 4. Aq education and Information I committee
school districts or other a continuationof
any public agency holding fee
Z35 Old D is H' simple or tax certificate land*. They are empowered to, and may the committee established In the preliminary' stage prior to the Per Annum .:
St way upon application to them, transfer title.of fee simple land not acquisition of the forestfl charged with. the responsibility of on
In any other UM to this county, city, town or school district for keeping the public Informed of all developments. The educational Insured SajjngsAccount ..
e PH E 276 [rest purpose under this law, subject: to the approval of the State phase of the program should coordinate the effort of the local
Forester .4 11111111011 schools\ scout and other educational organization I

The act also provide for the specific function of the various In cooperation nth the forestry committee this committeemay The Federal Savings and Lotn Insurance Corpora I. I"

committees, the appropriation of money for forest purposes, the .conduct meetings and demonstrations for timberland owners lion injures individual accou* to $5,000. Husband Il i
annual budget to be approved by the governing board, fiscal re- and timber using Industries of sound forestry principles and and wife may have total of $1 ,000, fully Insured.
"JOJ it ports sale of forest; product or forest land, and fire protection. practices First Ff'dt'ralaavings accou A are legal investment
This statute has been on the law book lines 1941. To date This committee should seek the advlc, ..hd counsel of extension for Trust Funds, as well as F {ids held by Guardians, p I
only five communities have taken advantage of the law, The way foresters, and enlist, the cooperation of slat and federal forestry\ : Administrators and Executo/ i '
It. MOSLEYUMBING 1 II open for any and all Interested Individual or organisation A agencies,
community forest 1 II a project worthy of the support and Influenceof 5. A finance committee charged with the responsibility of all Call orAVrite
P the many public spirited organizations which are normally financial and budgetary Matters. Every Improvement will Involvean
present In the average county. The Idea needs o be discussed, Initial cost. Some of these costa will be self-liquldallnK\ and
JOBBING some thought given to Its potentialities by the leading minds of others will be charged to the Intangible values for the benefit of FIRST F) DERAL '

PROMPT, El ICIENT ERVICE CONTRACTING all Interested communities It regt 'coordination and supportof the general welfare of the community, : I
ALL WOR GUM TEED everyone to make the need felt throughout the community. If The object of the community forest Is to be self-supporting Savings and/Loan Associationof
enough people want a community forest, they they will see that and pay dividends. This fact about European communal forests : I
RAINS BLDa PHONE 311 their want are satisfied. Is stressed by the people of there countries who locate within our Indjm River County '

Florida ha* the statut The Stale Forester and his organization borders. It they can do It, why.cant we? However, ours Is an VERO EACII, FLORIDA I
stand ready to serve In their official role, and will function entirely different economic world, so that here In the United 1312-20th Street J Dial 2137R. (
gladly upon request. Copies of the statute and full detail State generally the Intanlllbl values are perhaps of primary
Bath Room Til} anoj Asphalt Tile be secured by writing, to State "forester, Florida Forest Service. may, consideration. In the commercial tmber, belt of northern Florida, W. See/wick, Secretary-Treasurer j
Tallahassee, Florida communities with a forest of young growth would corns Into the Member Feder/, Home Loan Bank and Federal
Also Supply of BelgLn .Til in various color dividend paying phase at a relatively early period after acquisitionand Savingrand Loan Insurance Corp. \b p
/i and 3;l6 Co martial I PART 0. operations have been Instituted. Current' livid/ld rate ':

INSTALLAT NS nd SALES Starling the Community Forest In any worthy movement One (Continued next week)
Tile Bath Drafcboafl. e. Porch of of the prime prerequisites Is "Sponsor.? The sponsoring agency
Qiulry -fie may be a clvlo business rVC WILL CONTRACTFOR
group, a organization or association, a
FORT PIERCE TILE CONSTRUCTION CO. luncheon club or group of club or a veteran' organization It 1 Ia BAHAMIAN WORKERS !

E. HtMETT generally the or leadership socially minded.of some such organization which U altruistically Vest Palm Beach Dec. 4. WE MAY HAV WHAT YOU NEED I

There are such ventures which had their FINS) -The Florida Vev. table Phone
7I7I-J numerous InceptionIn
r. o. Box JIll Phone US N. lllh St, Fort Pieree
the mind of an Individual, starting merely a* a Idea, with a Committee plan to take over 1 .
I firm conviction of Its value to the community, The Idea becomes a the contract for 2000 Bahamian
topic of discussion and 1 18 picked up by a group, and with enough worker when the Agricultural 3551 ;

WHEN Yf U NEED effort the Idea U sold, and, If a majority of the community we the Department contract for them
real and worthwhile attribute, the Idea will develop Into action. expire Dec St. The plan discussed
I This action will result In the adoption of the principle by various by representatives of labor PAINTS '
LUJVKBERBUILDING organizations to whom the Idea la sold. Soon the whole communitywill agriculture and Immigration HARDWARE !
be echoing the voice of the promoters-civic clubs, business authorities calls for the voluntary
OR Y andfarm organization; women' club, church organizations youth agreement of the Bahamian t t u BASil DOORS .
workers In this country to PLASTER
organizations and will to the local }
finally penetrate government .j'
remain and work under the FVC CEMENT
MATERIAL officials. The logical development Is not an easy task, but require contact when their foreign labor tNl, FLOORING I i
concerted effort and time. But If the Idea I is sold locally and wins contract wltn' the Depart SIDING 1
the necessary supporters It will go forward. ment, of Agriculture run out. t
'CALF, O SEE,' Then the next logical step 1 II to coordinate the efforts of all The worker are badly neededIn !

these many and dlverUfled Intireits. This require a single,.or the vegetable and citrus Lumb &
ganization wlh representative from the many Interested and growing areas where large crops Hobe r Supply Co., Inc. :
East Coastl Lumber supporting organizations. The logical committees for this preliminary are vested.Just beginning to be har, ''J.

work are aa follow: 10 .I
1. A land acquisition committee to Investigate' all possible acreage
available and suitable to achieve the objectives of the sponsorIng '
& Supply Co. group, as pre-determlned In an open public forum on the 'COME I'I
subject. This very Important/; committee should consist of Individuals .
Phone 22 PoJ of sterling character ud well versed la local land and
o:[ 3051 Stuart, Florida
timber values, as well as methods of financing the project This
commute should make a full and detailed report of' their investigation ''THE
and findings.
f. 2. A legal committee to draw op all the necessary legal documents .
for "Trusteeship to provide for $,the continuous management .
of the forest, for the greatest good (for the greatest numberat
: all times." This committee should arrange for an organization
lo carry on regardless of civic or political changes) of administration. J/ccfj.
This committee should also be a permanent part of the UP
organization to provide legal counsel and advice In all matter
of a controversial nature which may arise. .
1 An education committee.charged with the co-ordination of
all efforts of an educational nature In the beginning It shall

Hen's Allot r -- serve to give the project complete publicity through the radio, HOME F ZERS "
press and distribution of printed material or progress report
Reason ,10'us'ng( After the preliminary and early development stage .la past this .1
committee would be the coordinating committee relative to work
of an educational nature for the school, the churches and the .. I
youth} organizations, especially the Boy and Dirt BcouU.
Operation of a Community Forest! Once the necessary TUXEDO SI desirable forest acreage I 18 acquired, the next step I Ia the successful ,
operation of the property to fully realize the aim! and objective I
H for which It was established. A study of the record reveal that !
once a community 'forest 1 Ia established it U seldom discontinued.
\ But a well planned program of development and management I Ie

I "fle Better : r Eat The Iligier They Sell!" a necessity from the outset It fltr ,
The member of the Board of Trustee are the official skeleton 4 *" '
upon which the .community-wide; working committee are built: *.
PROPERLY fed ,stock U health! r, faster growing The functional committee will usually consist of three members, 'Ml .. C WILai
bvatoek---weigh g more per poi 4 of feed con- to provide a chairman, vice-chairman and secretary, .The full
armed, giving' "a better profit fhen market day complement of any committee may be supplanted by selected)
round.Stock Individual Interested in the functional phase of the committee
and poiJ fry raiser find tli y Mve 'time and at special advisor Th operating committee are: ier Capacity! Lower Cost!
"'kbyu.lniTf 1>> ado Feed No eoi pleated feeding 1. A recreational committee charged with the nsponslbllltj ,1
,"',pam. In Tu o Feed your*to< and poultry get of all phases of recreational development.: Recreational development -
)the protein. U| Itumin, the ml ralif and other I II one In which, every one In the community I Is Interested
oemeota they m for best results very ingredient understands, appreciate and In which the masse may and can .
tory.te J, feeder tested_to give you the ATURES GALOREI k
PateSt Tees of[feed purchased *participate. i
very pound This committee should be composed of person Interested In .. ..
,community sport The local recreational director football, a.ae. t asi-freeze compartment
KED STOI E' ball or swimming.coach would make am. Ideal chairman. This forage .baskets and divider'
PART committee should haw the benefit of the best professional advice :e cube end serving tray
from national and state reereatloaal.ag..pelel.I. Ihaer-lift. lid -
RCIERAVE. | PHONEIOFUXIDO committee to make the forest 1w rMoMC-10.
A road and forest englneertjif. 0 ter/or/ lights
accessible and usable\
This committee would have to coordinate ,1U efforts with the .0 Social fumbler lock
KEDS forestry and recreational eommittee The entrance should Invite t nporalure control ,

.11I tore. Once within the portal of the (forest the necessary Temperature Indicator 'a -
O. HVlsfoCK AN POULTRY roads trail, path, the necessary bulldlngi and shelters, tile .
coMtruttlon of dam In streams, the development ef Auto tadRVICE w the 'N OTHER FREEZER HAW MANN
Be sure the Home Freezer m buy

AR NEED Deepfreeze' Home Freezer.- Sft them today al'I '1 ;

I /

irs late C Were Aa Re B y to Serve CA I! Hour .d Day, ',:HalFs. Elect .' c Service \259.95 '.

Price Are Reaso Our Work h Guaranteed, rot'noon. A4 a


WILEY/MOTOR CO.* Day P one-13. Night Pfione.-335-R and"J3G.W'. .. I'A' Y TERMS.

,ARTH .AUSCORN AN RUM ...... .'- "' ." ,- '
"" ". .. .
(, I"" )" '. ) "
( () R
Highway! ) ''I'" ( I k I ( "j ( T' oil'
I ,
'. .__ ." 'J .( IO\\."' : \" ,

J ,
t 7 i


j, .

q" : When a poultry flock I II Culledat sands of pound of good food a more every year" Capt. xddl: I.* RlckenDecfcer STUART :
l NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES president of Eastern Air Lines, SERVICES
bight, the bIrds, may be year can be saved and thereby Roach can be oont.ro1led.b1 in Interview with AT votnf
:' ; i' an a representative suvict
\ j plNKf\! The County Agent's ColumnBy handled with greater'' ease and reduce food cost and also help keeping all food covered, leanIng from the Miami Herald, ,....., ..roiJCENNETH ..
i, I' I .; much less excitement than durIng the world food situation Dr A. no scrap for them to feed predicted that within 10 yean "!OooI I
the day, A flashlight! or N. Tlaeot of the Florida Agricultural on, and by proper UM of a 10 Jet-propelled transport plane NkKwy t.T..,..
tfl.I ) L. M. Johnson lamp may be used In examiningthe Experiment Station. per cent solution of DDT In de- will be flying from coast to coast i
I I .' birds, and the culls may be pointed out today per cent solutlo not DDT In deodorized In from K to I hours STIMMELL i
0 REDI MIX The following member of the ately dry periods because they placed In a crate to be given "Besides being the, most objectionable kerosene, Powder and lOX..
I 1 o oj I, I, :ONCRETERFJNFORCIN I Martin County ACA were electedat lone torn of their nutrient thru further scrutiny In daylight of' all household solution may be used In the '
: \ pests roaches are probably the home with good effect, the
; action of the water Another FLOOR'SANDING i AND'
t I the County Committee election reason for reduced grazing value Did you know: most expensive pest in powder for hiding place of the fl HIND
: {I i : ; held In the office of the of pasture In rainy weather Is During the five-year period year In and year out pest and the solution for exposed 'LE
1,1 i I., + I County Agent Stuart Saturdayafternoon that grasses that are "bogged 1941-43 to 1145-" Florida produced periment Station homea,1 place where the powder
I Y G Gl ) STEEL : chairman Edward down", art not a* accessible to 48 per cent of the citrus laid. "They eat up large would'be objectionable, Dr Tiesot \ MURPHY & D A
t Mapp vice-chairman. Paul M. SON
1 tithes of .
'. livestock a* grasses on firm fruit of ,the United States and food and they ruin explained
Hoenshel committeeman, W L.
:, I l r' I ,I.: CONCRETE'' Sulllvani;first alternate Stanley ground, i slightly the total more world than production one.fourth of IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH DO 171TheyKnow!
\ BLOCK : Smith; second alternate Vein '
Well-sodded Bermuda During the last II season
Van Nose; secretary L. M. Johnson
( pasture may be dlsked or plowed Florida production of an citrus WA ElY w
treasurer H. B. Kraft, and
I ; '\ ': with food effect at the end of I fruit ha ranged from 18.000,000
chief Miss L. Hull Your
clerk Amey Ol/F
J :"J ,: I. j -- the grazing season, a* this treatment boxes In 1930 to 700000 in Everyone to Know Where Wty Can Bay Garden ors New

,'j + t : I INDO S'r Florida farm hour broadcasts. will stimulate growth for 1846-47 During? the Rve Pottery, Bird Bath, Sundial/ L\>a, Vases, Hanging
the next season Winter grazing -year period We Sand and Finish
Flo/er ax red Polish
Station WRUF, Gainesville Baskets ,
.. 41 June '44
: may be obtained from the land July to Florida citrus
MASONRYfVHITE Fri, Dec 8 'Raising Hog Your New' R T
oats, planting averaged about 175.000
j by planting rye or rye grass '
J I In' Alachua County, Lonn PALM OTY/OGNCABIN
i 3PEMLNT after the disking or plowing tree a year, which was luftlcl-
.1 "I I'j : Bitten, farm flash. It la advisable to feed hay to ent to plant tome IS.000 or 14,000 CALL 32-R FOR/REE isTIMATE
; Sat., Dec 6 Fifteenminuteprogram JUter
(First Turn to Right Crown Bridge)
of This
.: ; workstock at night so the animals acres grove a year was
,r I, ,, Phone V48 I Fort Pierce Mon., Dec at 8 12-:30."Liming Phosphate will have ample time for about 10 times the fat of California's f..G.F.BLAUVELT And Let U. Help You $lve Your/Floor Problems.MARTIN .
t mastication and digestion of 1100 acre a year
Dr J. R. Neller. 1
1" ; Tues. Dec 9 *. Farm que.tlon'box --::::.,.
t ; "State Plant Board ActlYitles .
1 In 194?." A C Brown. DOLLARS & PATRONIZE
1 Wed., Dec 10 "Some Note .. a

:1"I en Florida Farm Population," SPENT IN '; I HOME FIRMSOFFERING
I' iaru D E.: Alleger; home economic COUNTY
ti" notes, Mrs. Virginia Ragsdale MARTIN
+. Phone 2495 Box No. 277YERO Thurs., Dec 11 "Keepingthe YOU

.: t tj' ACH Kinds, FLORIDA Winter Poultry," Dr, M.Flock W. Emmel.Healthy In STAY AT, HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY .TH SERVICES

'j" A grant of $50000 ha been
j'' Ceramif Mosaic Marble, made by the'General Education -
T Quafyl Asphalt and Board to the University of FlorIda -

,'I'\\r'l bberPlaikl Agricultural Experiment Station FRANK HALE I Get Miles of Wear STUART I II COOK'S
: : Aluminum for construction of a spec CAMPBELL'SOrange Fred A. Stafford PAINT CO.
(' ... 01. Will Tile rographlc laboratory to be used I RECAPYOUR I II SERVICE STATION
:, L Tile fir *ak and installed In soils research, according to ROOFINGAND I Juice Registered PAINTSVARNISHES
..' FlJor Sliding and Dr H, Harold Hume, provost for Squeezed at our stand TIRES LUNCH"ROOM

ft'i'1' \ 1 : Fi hmg agriculture at the university AND Fresh Daily .. .... Civil Engineer
., ..
In making the grant, the General .( ThM te u.. 4W.' ENAMELS LIflft PARK
d" Ii Rug Cleaning Education Board took cognizance Repairing Wholesale accounts 57"J'w. : .:::r.s 5..4.sh 1 :w: And "". ,_....F.. ,ear and Soft Drinks
o : of the work of the Experiment MUSPHY'sHUwsN
I j I; sir SERVICE Station In revealing a 511 So. Colorado Ave solicited Land Sandwiches, Soup, Pie
,, 'I, Ifj f definite relationship between Phone 914)) and Leave CHASON'SService SuneJOl'I I PRODUCTS tH Mile Se, of Stuart *a
I Fed. No. 1and Stuart
Our/only rfcresentative in Station
j 'i'ii soil deficiencies and certain unhealthy Message Phone 121 Federal HI-W a,Na 1'
Martin County is conditions of livestock Write r. 0. to III Jensen Road Federal Highway Pheae P. O. Arcade P. a Rex 177 GULF GASOLINE
i i'i, CEORdE KEITH Iin tome parts of the State and Stuart, Flaw J
I developing corrective measure
i' ; artm Cointy Cleaner I for such deficiencies. It expressed -
\ I the opinion that In view of
.1.1I somewhat similar foil deficiencies StuartAuto SUNRAT1JALOUSIES RIVERS r CANDY BUSILDING
.11' kn othsr) states, Florida is an SHOP HOME MADE SeaHIGBEE ,
I I: Ideal laboratory for study of soil
CampModern China- ies By Sox or PoundPralines &
Jll- problems. Divinite SURE
I Plans have been completed for COMieejfSJJoV Pottery
the new building and construction Cottage. ADO VALUE BEAUTY TO YOUJKnKoME OR A visit to our shop will scan Cream WORTHAM TRY THEM THEY

STUART Is expected to begin on It And Trailer Court BUSINEMSflNSTALLlNQSUNRAYSHUTTERS amaze you at our complete Kisses
I within the next few months. line Butter b General Contractingand ARE MORE THAN
Just north of St. Luci APT TO HAVE
: The Agricultural Experiment AU. CONVENIENCE' P. O.
I91ISpec411ae Station and Agricultural Exten- Sunray Shutter bridge Mildred Heath' ne West Palm
'don' Service of the University BLAIR and BAKER Product Box 846 Stuart, Fla. SWEETS Bride On The, Jensen Beach
of Florida offer the following OM BUI.* HI-War -. (IS* I W. C. McMillan Owner '
I information: W C. ARMOR. p o. BOX(4* J Jr Rain Bid4th.._St. I ightQiiinn's

w. |I Application of a mixture of 1
1' of 50 cent wettable ""
pound per
I'benzene hexachldrlde and 100 Listen FolksDo L
LET us
gallons of water to every 1,000square you know there S 1. Store
1ft te feet has proven effective A First Class Barber Gi9>S"YAe C.r or TruckA I
1 Rental.II in controlling mole-cricket In TAXIi Meat, Groceries Complete i C k Up I
lawns If there Is a very hear; Uncle Billy And Frozen Food
i MU HS'Bathe axnswtrro NDAMTS
II f '' growth on the lawn the amountof i a v < sez. DUCE. AND cA .ICS !

,. benzene hexachloride in the Shop TICS, cirrs 01 R.YOPLN.e ;
Information ,.
'; :, +It mixture may be Increased to IV H. .p.cia a onChildren' Phone 9154 I L..l..'.':""-".m5":, == :""r" LaND aUBRARVJenseK N 1\ DALLY
,1 j Real Estate dr 2 pounds Apply the material
" r'I+. {S I I Insurance with a sprinkler can soon aftera h. cuts Beach Standard Oil Co.
also call forGENE
Write or Sn rain or after. watering! the We ef eauN.w V surr.* eVICt STATION'' ,i
o : : ,1 IN STUAfcT USE read boys, mere eight an r PM fcb
mole-crickets ordinarily
0" lawn as PA E
; j 1,1+ JOHN E. TAYLOR come to the surface when the &.,rIc n..... aide. 5".1TRUEM I A TAW-ITS 4I55.a.4. Un de.battlla'In th'street, with I PHONE\13U aware w KHND tL Oar f
: soil 1 II rather damp. ;: they stole from elder
I I' l I' oseeo4 BId,. Phone IOU Pasture grasses are not as nutritious CHAPERPmmans guns men
In periods of heavy rain
I, I ....t;1 i I j"I fall as they are during moder- f __,_. TV boy wer* -

I Y II. Fertilizer I J ,,they both REPENT CU'M'j CONCREFoundations T Plumbing & Heatinf
r Tavern they're SORRY NOW, F n,

:;, Waterfront Properties TUXEDOFEEDS Sr WINES. CICAJIS'I a life' not worth a ant BUT Driveway, Sidewahc*, Sheet Metal
C *. NEW paeans Blocky Brick, DrI
li # Along the Indian and St. Lucl river and Hob Sound. ANDCENCRAL attest Ice Creama.m.TinU I 5 LEARNED! TOO LATE, SOMEHOW Tile, Septic Tank N. ".. Toe Urf* T. ... j
1 In Fact
P i Ocean Fronuw LINE OF 0 I l F.m. q
F INSECTICIDES sdPOULTLY Closed Sunday What mad them yennkers bold Everything in ConcrelDUNTILE STUART PLUMBING
I eA FEED STORE n. Plac. Where YEARN TO BE "BAD 'EGGS: ?* i
; I 1"l ';-'.. = .. ; IM rtACLER AVE..f-HONE II. Friend Meet" I Is It th' fault ef BOOK* and I. L DECKS sox mPHONUl i
r JACK MARTIN ..... I SCREEN, that pia,.-., worthies ttar ran Wfil IWI I IS
j. .,' l eYaR [ z zI L Ml Are. yegg? It Teen te ne Iller'.bMld Box 936 Phon< 7-W )

.. be "ways of ada'! book
/ i i'I: : I r and show, to feature more ofWORTHWHILZIWaandLESS

-Docks, I We Pick Up a/Deliver TTON'S
CASEY'SIden et these ".. and 8.'al"What's /
\ Seawalls > Gate Camp Ce be gained by "Marderln' seene**-with po.son, gins and vice Station t
knives? Wher' "gat*" ar* tied te all mens' leans, and ne ene value '
H't Boat Houses (abba elk Trailer. UYEST WE PREACH A LOT MAKE LAWS NO END .. TO Welter's 1


AU Type Construction Of Marine B I. Beer Served THAT REND, these.teachln1 we'd INSTILL. First /as* Work Crown ,cL and Ant

0 Sunday PMbn* 287 Repair Vt Drinks
Ivan TaylorP.

P. O. Boa 474 2% Liles So. Stuart, Ur'f' PE PLE'S 'On* mile ib Stuart

I PHONE I04-J Fed Hightwav No. 1 ,' LAfUNDRYSTUART Fed. Ko\l

I i..


a& MORE, flll
GIN! :. BIS J Stuart Taxi ERVICESf SH P
C' t* ** 4'CioaV
NEW' ("*" FCLAMOKOU Bicycle rental as '-
l s SERVICE enneth StimmellLPhone
n AppBa Cottage Ind Boat Y0* DULI 4VWICT racquets:

Kitchen, Laind WHOLESALE\
MTAO. Prompt(- DependableCWteou I' yatrunr
l' Cabinet and all a*) R SeafF Mara For WI Good',
1 appliance Rad| : WHon Sports :
z Bait FotlSateJENSEN Little *, shping. Caretakinf. General Line of riaTackle ".*
ELECTRICPhone B1ACH General Repair,
AT COUNTY aVlDCE Beauty ShopII ,201 FlagW Ave
a. AKRON AVE. FHOna tt ..tAYID.3EDGWICK Stuart
M M.M rwt _

Listings of Improved and t7 Improved Propertied I Electric and Ref igera The Snak- r-E FISHINGROD WtkQrdway' ,COME l IN FOR YOU

Throughout Marti County Mfgr*. of white atra,' f4ANT'Time IavoriN'record"'
tlon SERVKNo Stuart'
Unique lest'
grain second Motors
ACREAGEt t_ i' RANCHES Job Toe Lalge Or '

Sewair Point Klver-le-Kiver Properties Too Small We *err.' artb. rb, Well hickory bal rod d-e'.,.,,. AinrMOB* MALM roi Coaq ,
Delicious SupeJ ; Red eelPersaae.t
Ully'ed Lid fordg. FORD !
Jupiter Island Oc.-Ce...... Estates Site Hamburg Hoi i and *srf( fishing In this AIM Aephdde'Team. RpasG'pled
Day PkoofHehe They're just ,the ket rd see CAt A..IBfllITEWRECKER '.

C.., B. ARBOGAST Sound 371, Open I It I A. Ml, to Mid s' t. Manufacturer' Price* SERVICE, ft******* TheSHOP,

Mel.btete,,. WATBaWONT- '. PBOPBinU. iMoaae. 'Nile PIStaart 347- ,I, M4e So.: sire FeetertJ M S K A S Product IwsiM 'PN,Door I apAo 1N JMMHMiMCH r

IA ___; l; : ;;


"V"'.'. """,,,,,,,,,, ,,,",' ,,,,", "'"


"1'.11I.1I."IICIC' t't't't._.....!..'. ""I"t"'._.'__" _.__. NEWS STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC I 19(1 rAGE THIRTEEN
-- '' '' t
-: : ''''''* .CC ee e tct"Ktc! t(iittttw(itctctitc(tctctcet tctctattc=' ,(((((((((((((((.( tCtfti :

. i ,

RHOADS JEWELERS Take Pride in Announcing the' 3 4 q

'. 'I


6th .a;



',' To Celebrate This Event_ We Will Give A wa /Three Valuable, Gifts : )

1 Si PRIZE A $250 registered Perfect /Keepsake, Diamond Ring I i

2nd PRIZE A $125 R istered Perfect' Keepsake Diamond Ring I !;,

3 r d PRIZE A $50 ElgiA 17-J Delude Wristwatch (Men's or Ladies?) '

Here" is all you do to qualify for one of these flee'gifts: D/op in the store anytime until 7 P. M. Saturday, I 1
December and register your name. Them..,- on S turday, December 6th at 7 P. M. BE AT OUR I _
\ I

STORE. YOU may win one of these valuable \115/ OTHING TO BUY-NO PUZZLES TO SOLVE. f J

Just register your name with us THIS WEE REMEMBER-The drawing of t lucky winners will',be ,II

., ,
at.7 P. M..Saturday, December 6th. YOU MUSjt BE HERE TO WIN! '

li : '

\ a
""(_ .1\ I .. a ,
,''W:.:;,'Are, Proud' To Announce Our Association With the Famous Narfe ff Products ft of Merchandise,. Listed Blow. Each Is the Leader In Their Particular Field- a.
\ lb'
\\ i' I ItI
I.",, ,/' I I!_ '

Keepsake Elgin Ronson Lighters Delta Pearls (

; Magic Circle Hamilto Meeker Leather Products, __ _Elgin American Products ,i I
', Simmons Chains Lady Buxton Leathers
Longinea tnauer t ,
,. .' Shaeffer Pens Sheiman Semi-Precious Jewelry

r '" SILVER. Gru L'\ Add-A.Pearl Necklaces ::1
,:; Bu va ,,
iemex Watch Bands
'>it :'I, I
:,; The' ,
Gorham Co. H I
: treisler Products FOR THE HOME
., .. ... ,
Towles Silversmiths''' W tham ; 3
\ chick Shavers
I' ,. ,, ,.
.d. : '
,, .
Seth Thomas Clocks
' I I "', '
!;: International Silver Co. ", : R ington Shavers :le fj".", I
"',.1.'" t ', '
: I 1847 Rogers Bros.Community ".. r Jhavemaster. General Electric Appliances
:': Plate rker "51"Souvenirs Ceramic Art Studio Products

.. .",",' ..- -.... -:" .' .. 3t-':;" i ." \

C' :' Ladies and I 'OUR AVOWED POLICY r :
to "

,,Gentlemen. ,...;.....,' .. )., on Saturday To handle ,only standard recognized n
"M % December 6th 'brands in all lines of'mer 9
5 chandise. Remember If it is ,

/ ite.you to drop in and look i L J EWELERS FOR purchased,from Rhoads Jewelers :' ';

: Remember-this is.your FIVE GENE RATIO S
you may depend on, it being a
.r l 'ry :We want you to feel' at Orange. Ave.I at Second St., Fort. Piercel i
.. hare standard well l known brand.

.r.n_ .."'..,',,," ....._,

i-r ;


\ : ) ; I : New !Caaal: I E.pt tying The attorney general stated tense against the State, he add
11\1 I I Salerno Civic Association Propete that the i law gives to each city .4". and therefore a sheriff _,
; i < in a wet county the right to his deputies have the right to'
.. North Fork Above StuartA establish hours of ( Into
,c I' Reports Show Progress to the County Commissioner mean, he said' that city uolui
) ; 'It the right to set curfew in territory men do not also have the rX
1 (' | By MRS O D. QUIGLET outside clttes A violation,.to make such arrests
I I of within ,.
1 the St. Indian Rive In the'clnltJ\ mu.
canal >
I I new along
j1 .
St. Lucie of such: closing hours 1 III an of v nlclpalltle
j1I I ( ) j Attention, Martin County) County Lvcle-Martln County lint which Malabar and Palm\ Bay This/ .. "-
I t! Remember what a very stormy would dump Allapatta Flat waters proposed canal: would a&IIat11\
I Ijf 1 i! .; ,,Il}, I ': day we had last Wednesday,Nov{ Sole Community Into the North Fork pf the draining tha\ area,west of Sebastian
t i 4 i : \ 26 Just a sample of the public j St. Lucie River tnrougn Bessey and again It 1 le believed FUGAT-E and REELS
IJd ,
spirit Salerno citizen have was] Center Owner Creek 1V4 mile above Stuart that It will reduce pressure south
If 1 :: shown In the.goodly/ number attending wa recommended as the result of that area."; Eagiis MS. Swnwvif MUM Prints
,' c
+1\, i il, the Civic Associations: Br: MBS. VIVA C. BOAT of a flood central! meeting The fifth proposed canal would ,

6 i ::: :: : :meeting, which was held that The 'Community Center at at Landowners Fort Plerc were No.addressed 20. by be Just north of Veto Beach and t Estimate Sal snitt On Request
; :date regardless of the storm j Walton, designated as such tor Harold Scott and Oscar ORawl would run from Lake Wilmington
!, I I On checking ovef'the list of the 4th District which: extends *. of th* V 3. Engineer office to a point near Wabasso 303 E.l4th> St. Stuart Fla.PHON .
l !! !I projects at hand. It was possible 'front Orange Ave. Fort Fierce. in Jacksonville where \U would join a natural
t : | I to eras off several!, as eltlvi 'to the Martin County line, Is clear-cut Declaring. : over they Hall were summary after of a drainage there. 311
I I completed or being worked' on. owned entirely by 81 tucle Florida flood problem, the visiting The engineer$pointed out that
.' I Results have been gained so soon [County I engineer asked questionsof these canals, equipped with the
: I I'' because of cooperative constructive A number of years back the the local audience to determine proper spillway aDd controls
t'. '" effort( of association, mem- old depot building at Waltonwas the particular needs of St could maintain safe water level DON FORGET UNITED
: b'rs to make Salerno! an outstanding purchased from the Florida Lucie County and how those In the affected area. I
I I needs fitted Into the state pic- 9
". I community. of Martin East Coast Railway by the Elko-: sure.
County walen Club; toe Woman Club; Scott: in his talk told how the 0
I the A public letter of Inspection Invitation of to the attend new of Eden, Walton, Ankoll6/rand, plan originally Included only AUTHORITY CITED ;
J Jf' at Stuart Eldred: Mrs. R. V Ankenyf was that area south and east of Lake '
: Red Cross quarters Okeechobes- but the unprece. Tallahassee, IX*. 4.-Sheriffs!
was heartily accepted AlthoughDec president and Mrs. Jennie BaylorRoenbeck dented ralna. high tide and and their deputies have a right '
Is our regular meeting secretary-treasur: three hurricanes had made it to arrest bar owner for violating WL VAIUES
voted to attend theInsp'ctlon
night It was er. imperative that the St. John cley: curfew hours as established
I .1' '' I after our regular The club owned lot 10 of Harris and Kisslmmee River valley be by municipal! ordinances according .
, meeting In a group. The meetIng "
Included to Attorney General!, J. ,"UNITED" BfCONSTRUCTE ,
i time was advanced one hour Subdivision purchased from of In opinion to
After a general discussion Tom Watson an
T p.m., Instead of t to make this Mr, and Mrs. Fld'lio Sharp with the St. Lacle County situation :Jane Vocelle. director of the 2Y1. I1TtN t e DOWN
: visitation possible the idea of building a clubhouseon : on the flooded areas west of 'State Beverage Department GUAR NTEE Goo S
i Plana were made for 'a com- It The club took ------- oo
cognizance -
town it was generally recom- = r
: ; '. ! I munity Christmas tree and entertainment lal lr
of a number of matters and mended that the Belcher canalbe :

I : Thj committee In had the deed recorded MONTH
J that Division ditch
charge will divulge details of the, ''After the purchase the .club Improved
; be widened and deepened and
I II event later, but a gala celebration : Y
found It would be an expensive ,
that a third canal be considered il SW W oJnnlWJ EWinlin, /ffw
Is being planned. proposition to move and equip rmm M..La kIJas d'. semi .
i with I It* probable along .pos.aarid.
J'I I At the conclusion: of the listmeet.lng It for, use. Monies then were the St. Luele-Martin County weiunkaee ..nkk0.werwa .
a school day social was solicited from residents of the ryw.wn Y.isth. to."ii' .
line The new canal, It wa believed -
//I l ;held next.day Several they 'wised stated they had'been the Drive to assist In this venture. would help drain the Al. ,,,,, M.dd N. It ..a. k, laolrp..ll
.. At the time County Commissioner lapattah Flat area a head old tar 5096. Med.wen. .
present Those who did at. .. .
j ''tend are still chuckling over the Ing for Lane suitable Jennings quarters was to look-set .against the Rim Ditch dike. building a new k.a,..19n...9.k rlnkl.ewd r.err. .
Followed' then a discussion by ,
I 'I fun they served enjoyed.with Mrs Refreshmentswere Mortensen' up ballot box for voters at this Scott and Rawls of the plans for 1 1l home, Be SURE of S .1r r.
end of the county Club women the north of Fort Pierce
I I In charge. area FOUR CORNERSTONES casei MrKI 1t1ui
contacted him for help toward Declaring l that the St. John I
I I I1. Folks li?Salerno who havent
I _
their ,
He to
project agreed move .
I I headwater marshes 'a ,
wer key
\\1. GOOD i 4 4.s
1:1: I: 1 I already attended one of these the building onto the Dkowalea to mucb of the trouble It was )
meetings are urged\ to make It lot and make It a Community .
i. .11"" I revealed that three canal are LAND jbOOD
to out. There
IJ a point come
Center If the club would deed
Cocoa and IN COMFOrt
between THE OF
I planned \ YOUR NOME
I always room for another memo PLANS
:, the lot to St tucle.County.. This Melbourne to help control water C/OOD/
ber and another visitor Take
J I." ;. -,. I part In your town development.All was A*done.a Community Center then, and level Washington in Lakes Polnsett These Winder would CONSTRUCTION I FREE lfOME ''t i :
i it ,
who do not live In Salernoare It ha been used for
; : as now recreational now eastward Into the Indian
; : I most heartily Invited to be purposes and social affairs River and It U thought they will I If you can't Uro in, Phon. Miami 9-4720 or Mail
t our guests at any or all of our .
; It was the home demonstrating INSURANCE. I BelovB I IlMl.il
ry meetings We solicit the Interest greatly help the situation up Coupon .. ...
1 t 'j and canning center and there relieving the II .... -- .1 *l.l f. -*** |
I pressure
and cooperation of all Of Martin
there were furthered effort of which had been moving southward UNI VACUUM CLEANER
County groups and organization meetIngs against the Fort Pierce a I I
During the war It was Farm and North St Lucie River I
!' ; I flower Cloves buds.are dried' unopened also a receiving. station for the drainage district II''I 1607 N. E. d Are. Miami, Fla., I
I Red Cross Another canal I II planned south E MA Pr 1 am interest Free .home demonstration of s
f .I"I \ 1.I of Melbourne to empty Into the I United Recon ed: Electrolnx.: :
I \ ,I I
BEER WINE Nam _. .... -4
{ Tomorrow night there will be I
:I another covered-dish supper and Insaraac. Il Addreu 1
-4 -- -
I ,,. I U. S. t Near InirVantawa LUNCH.Road BAR 4(tames* invited party by to Ole which committee everybody of rise 19 F.O. ( Cfly_ ; Stale : :: __ (code !!)J JlOur'

: tb Walton-Eden: Property Hu)4-!) at -Buy
J With Confidence
:, BEE and Ale I era Club. [ .

I ;, : '- 1 $4.5 Per Case
: ...;
i ;< : _i I ::1'; i I Sc|lit: / abet Budweiser .. An Open Letter ito ,

filer High Life
I 1 I


I J t
r 4 I have offered my services as a Citl Commi loner

I II but from the'tally of Tuesday, Nov. 25'1 PrimarjlElec-

j ON tion, it is evident that the people who vot want a
I in'the City Commission. As it has bean rumorec that

: : if 1 did go back in the commission thele would nl be

I /5 HER 1 any change in going to a five-man commission. I 11 yeI'

'|,* ,H" no desire to go against the majority of,>>tern( of the 1 ity

f LIST M ) 'y''ft of Stuart. '

\ I would like to correct one rumor!that I have rI

fr m i I .11.%. chased a business in another city an<
',' .I', "' resign and move from Stuart, leaving fie City Com old

', yv/xy t 'hi Style Shop ,;" sion to appoint a successor.: Vna9'

: During my six years as a city conflnUsioner, i I ha

I 9" ; s 1 w ( ntim tel guaranteed to bring ; worked and voted for what I thougM was to the bel ,, .

Christmas ",' interest of the city, and believe that i iff he real facts ar
cheer!r 1
6 j e "' checked, that progress has been mad ,

1 your favorite pin-up girl with r f I have not talked with any oth candidate as t
'''>r'" .mo h.fiUing undergarments what I am going to do. That is Vi hdraw my nam

''l .. tailored or frivolously lace ,.i, from the'run-off election'of Decem er 9th, 'and have ..
made no deal, bargain or in any w trim ed
-' in return.
,, ,
,, I am Asking the voters who hay< confidence in me .

,'. .to give their support to R. B. McPhei who has been

': \, dealing with the public for a numl. [r of years, and ,,1. ,

.', find him t to be an honest earnest < minded PwIGftt

I who has always worked for the best iterest of,the com-

I, munity in which he has lived. .. .

'II> I In closing, I am glad of the OPJ ] ortunity to retire

", ; ,to private, life, as I believe tHat if pe'.donated my

1 ay. share of time as a public servant ten yean in the
J .0< ,' .. i Chamber; of Commerce, six. y-.s a g rSS*' 1'

.<.., I..' :' :'" isomer, and ether:, civic (groups.,' Also j t e

: ,, ::" :have supported me in the past atW inffl

4 1,'1 fi:. ,, <." _.\'L"i.. '. not t hold a*m-feeling toward..roe tam I IISincerely 5

4" "t t fl'HIL


243 Osceola Ave.


4-,, .'

0011 oils 10
rpw '"


'l'IIIITtTAJtT NEWS, ,MAKTU'} .. i i

ukittattAVlXO' The opening of Santo Antique
RY6TAU F1TTED 32 SONTEAMSMEET Shope la the Majestic Apartments
was announced this week
by Mrs. Nellie Pexsonl. Chief VOTE FOR
*OnrC.. TUESDAYFOR service will be restoration of
oil paintings by qualified artist
and mending of broken .china,
PROGRAMBy and bric-a-brac, Mrs. Petzonl
Victor/, Arcade: \ SUart, Fla. MRS. O. D. QUIGLEY -

The Sunbeam met on Tueiday Urs.Greenfield spent the winter. HENRY P LYONSI

afternoon. Etch child here employed three with yean the ago.Sunrise He Products was- ,' Ii
brought fruit and a basket was
filled and carried to a lady here Company, Inc. i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward!: Harrodof
who hu been In a wheel chair Of
Red Hook, N. Y, arrived last
4nn'oun'ing 14 year After UM' Bible read- week to spend the
season at
, Ing, the story' of the first their winter. home on Salerno AND YOU VOTE I'i'
: :,." : Thanksgiving was given by Mrs. Shorts :
W. L. Merritt. Games Mr. and Mrs Thomas Horan
were e
":': the Opening f'Sanffl'sAntiq played and refreshments served of Waterford their new,Conn house.have on Salerno movedIn I. \ I II
to 31 children.
Alfred Pedersen.It, returned Mrs A. L. Brown and sons, FOR THE I I
' Sunday to P 8.U.In Tallahasseeafter Sebron and Joe, of Pompano,
spending the holidays here called on Mr. and Mrs. Jim
e Shop with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown,Sunday 1
Alfred Federsen Mr. and Mrs Ed Johnson of
I Mrs.Johnnie Youngblood and Miami. pent Wednesday. at the PRO GRES I
daughter Johnny Lynn..' of Se- '
;' home of Mr and Mrs. O H.I
In The, Majestic AjLrtmaits bring called on Mrs 0 D. Quigley \ Johnson I ,j
Saturday Joe Quigley and cousin, ,
\ ,
: Mr. and Mrs John D. Stevenson Quigley of St.I Augustine, .
... and daughter. ,Kathleen,and the Thanksgiving holidays
t ,.. Ja'i AND I
Mrs o.D.Quigley and son,Jesse,, at the home of,fir and Mrs
Oil Paintings! Restoredy 4rtists, motored to Fort Pierce Sunday. D. Qulgley --
Mr. and Mrs. j. P. John and R. L. DeLoach and son, Uoyd,
Broken China and Bric-a-Blac tended C. I. Oilllard of Starke spent a, of Valdosta, Ga., called on his 1
\ few hays last weez with Mr. and brother,J. C.DeLoach, last weekat BETTERME1OF
Mr. Nellie Pezzoni, Iwner> Mrs Bill Long. the home of Fred Pedersens
Mr, and Mrs Victor Greenfield Mr. and Mrs Milton Stevens. i
of Fulton,N. Y., have arrived to of Fort Pierce spent last week I
spend the winter. here. Mr. and end here with relatives
Mr. and Mrs Johnnie John-! "
son, Charles Stiller, Mrs L. M. THE
Arnold and\ Shelby McCuIley attended -
Grant the 5th Lake Sunday church. meetingat near __ :0:,,. rtl

//THANK YOU Webster Mr..and Mr*. James Maxwellof CITY of STUART
Kara, Oa.. are here visiting -. e. 1 1I
Mrs Maxwell parents Mr. and
Mrs. Donavan Smith Mrs:Max
I wish,to take this,opportunity tl thank my friends for their support well Is the former Ruth Smith. I am grateful to all who expressed theirf confidence In me in (he Primary
\ Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Taylor of
In the, ;'primary of November 25 f<'* city commissioner. Stuart were dinner guests of Mr. and ask for their support in tne General 1 Election a* well as,that of all
.( I and..Mrs-O. H. Johnson Sunday the honest, sincere and progressive folks of the City of Stuart, hereby
'There was some misunderstaldin: ; a. to my qualifications as an repeating Pled for he benefit of all ,
Mr.and Mrs.J.B.Sander*and my Campaign &s :
elector. At eleven o'clock I was'd|qualified sis a candidate. The returns Tom Collins of Homestead and I
showed I had a nice vote at thl time of my disqualification.: Your Mr. and Mr. 'Austin MUllin of \ /
Hobe Sound were dinner guests
vole made me feel that I could hale been elected a* one of your city: Sunday. of Mr. and Mr. Emory II I!
1 Taxation In btedness Relief
commissioners.; DeLoadh.
I assure all mf frf nd* that I am qualified for the Mr. and Mrs Ted Baumgard-
coming election,to. be held Novembe| 1948. ner, Jr., arrived from Lulu and
spent Thanksgiving with her This and is idea and welfare
was, ,my original r the security of everyone -
Mr. and Mrs: O H.
Your sinfcrety parents Johnson, after. which they left 'making their home in the Cit; f Stuart, as well as for the coming

for Haines CityMrs ,. generations. .Very few realize ftrnp meaning of the present Bonded Indebtedness -
John D Stevenson, Mrs
against their homes farm their property as well as againstthe
B. RAINS O D. Quigley Mrs Fred Pcder
., \ men and Mr*. L. E. DeLoach mo- City Stuart.. j \ S

. tored business.to West Palm Beach on I have made an unbiased, detailed .e|rch and study of this sad indebtedness -

after which I obtained th high< t class legal advice regarding this .
deplorable situation '- I hav earn it can be remedied. '



2-The Mora Phy ical and Intellectual 1


Befttermettt 'of the 't

FRIANOON Community .L;t tI

think that the City of St art is morally oblig ed for the morale of the I

I Community as'well as f the physical fitness |f its citizens or prospective I I

DECEMBER 5TH citizens, be it prenat f, preschool, school chyd: or the adult. I
Through the proper coo; ration with our Chur ;ies, our Civic Organization ,
our Schools and t 'State and County AL encies much along these '
lines can be achieved fo the welfare of the entire Community. Also t

Again offerijb you deliciouk delicacies of the seven through the cooperation f our, Law Enforceme Agencies with the Law

seas, preparW by the saifle efficient staff' under .' abiding Citizens, the morale of the,City of Stu%-t can be of the highest.

the personal irection and supervision of HELP I ME WITH YOUR ,OTE ,SO WE CAN AKE THE CITY OF



...-', ,

': Pompano' Maine lobsters Shell ysters e Sprimp .*,Scallops 3-Justnes and ',Fairnjess to All
Conch Chowder Cherry Stone CI "Frog Legs Florida, .'

Lo'h.te'ra'e Crjb Claws. '8

Prime ,Western ;Ste*s and Chops a oiled Milk-fed Chicken the ,People I n,*:


'' m&n& The Lbem' Food Prices'' I firmly believe/ Tole nce and Fair,Play j and sincerely hope that the '
., people, the voters of th* City of Stuart, will I no be,misguided nor mis- J:! t tled

Call{9128 For Arrarf ements For Special Dinner, or Banquets. by Utopian Ideals'and Impractical Proms"Divide and Con- r f
,quer" Is an old strategy, but I believe the genuin. folks of Stuart are wiseHelp ;

f' right Atmosphere ,for your. ,favoriteRALPHWULBERT.drink expertly Me With. Your, Vote and I Pledge You My Honesty Sincerity, ,Justness -, ,
o ,. you.. the f .. and Fairness In All Community Problems We. Want the Bridge and

mnd- under the 'ma agement, o.. We 'Want the Highway, Let' Work Together For the ,Welfare r of the' City ;

.'of .Stuart. "fiBltt** .. c


a.:,, .i It lip TaU':hilliest /AdrerUsemenfr"'
0. S. ,No. 1 .highway,and Jhejt. "Luc*, River: __', g


i _. .m _

I'I' .,


', ;, t I MARCH OF TIME FILM ing to young people because\ of Indian River Drive Lukowskl and Mr and Mn Joseph SInce landing on American STANDARD SEBVICI 1!: UNCHANGED GASOLINE % an spokesman order reducing said, theXta that

( !> TO BE SHOWN SUNDAYA the excitement and disruptions R-ddlck of New York city IOU from an extended triph1'U\ --.v. present 24-hour servlc, III Tex pns.
t'I arrived last week for a Thanksgiving Mexico, Mrs, G A.. Tuckert of change hour although ho
arising out of the war and worldwide No In opening or cuts
,\ I ""i i newly-released .Match of chaos, leading to nervous Petition for Zoning Along visit with Mr. Lukowskli Miami made her tint visit to her reduced allocation Of gasoline fores n. Otlrerr g' o
It' il l I Time film on the problems lacing and mental instability the slater and brother-in-law Mr sister )Ira. W. F, McSweeney, have been made at Caners. line company distributors here
I 'young people today will be shown flaunting of parentlal author and Mrs.T. Rynskl of Eden. They and Mr Moflweeney on Thanksgiving Standard Stagolton'U. 8.1 despite ,wee. 11IM avuiabi for commpnt
I.. .': I at the Methodist Church Sunday Ity and Indulgance In demoral- South Drive Is ApprovedBy will leave this week for a tour of 'Mr. Tucker taken ill Associated Press report
r It at 1:3&: p,m. Sunday., The I izing pastimes. The film will be the State and a visit to C. H bad not sufficiently.! that an. ''allocation\ sytm was
\ I ,' picture shows what!Is happen of special Interest to the ,P-TA MRS, VIVA C. BOAT Yawn at Winter Haven In Mexico, to have started in Florida Monday
I' .. .--------- ---- raised recovered'' to make he holiday
A especially -
I Miss Jessie Millet of Braden- young goose it was reported, hart. ac
1. ,1il ... Tuesday morning the St. Lucie ton accompanied by her brother for Thanksgiving dinner by visit In Walton. Standard Oil company official fit ohllnsteume I h,
1 Board of County Commissioners R H. Escott was voted by their Mr and Mn Clarence'Burke In this State and Alabama Easy to buy fi r is our
Angus Miller, who has been dinner guests,Mrs Hanpy Orchard have announced plans\ to reduce fresh itotkl
'I approved a petition for toning hen for number of Plttsfleld Mass. are the house\
visiting a
of N Y, and Mrs.F. .
Marietta of th
consumption, ) Announcing Opening along South Indian River Driveto weeks arrived in Edsn Sunday,: D. Escott, the best they ever guests of Mr. Burke aunt, Mia and other 'gasoline ,companies HUTTOAPPLI 10 and
I a point near the north Walton Miller will remain at his home tasted. I'o110wlnlhe dinner Georgia Turner and Mr* Laura are expected to coincide; in this CE CO, j
boundary line here and Miss Miller will visit the party motored to Palm City I Howard in Eden. Mr*. Burke U move. The Stuart station
_After lengthy discussion by her sister, Mrs Barbara Ferson: {TUA r.
visited Mr
farms where they
ot Charles H.
( of also the niece Mrs.
it both sides, the board on adviceof For Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Person -, and Mrs Edward Hunterlack.
'! their attorney, D. C. Smith, had Mr and Mrs B. D:Fulton -': Hunterlack, now retired, was for Alderdan of Jensen Beach,.who YOU DON'T HAVE TOW6.r
that they had complied with all and sons, Benny and John connected with the with Mr Alderman and their
legal questions M far as they Miller, from Stuart. I' many Arundel year son and daughter-in-law. Mr t V
FORT Corporation. ATI
;: PIERCEARMATUR1V were concerned asked the mat- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crowl of A Thanksgiving dinner of love- and Mr. Charles H. Alderman; 1
''ILI : ter be put to vote. Lane Jennings Camden, Mich., who were in to ly (l lower appointments was. Jr.. helped make WP, the Thanks \
JImmie Barry and Dewey lee Harvey Merwin last Saturday -' spread in Redwood Cottage, the giving dinner party The Burkes I DANIELS
Wilcox voted for the petition to have taken a cottage at winter home of Mr and Mrs will visit a number of weeks
1'1' CORP. lone: Jim Brewer and J, R. Mer- Pltchfords where they will spend Victor Conklln In Edenlawn. here. YAr Lunch is I Ready fg DANIELS,
rltt did not Yote.liroponents their first Florida winter Crowl Guests were Mr and Mrs Lawr- Celebrating its annual birthday Fast! Efficient fervice Seating { pacify 55 People
of the zoning petition Is a farmer and former school ence Stephen of Blackduck, party the Fort Pierce chapter -
j presented 102 signatures of teacher. He was teaching in the Minn., and Ocean Breeze Camp, of PEO, organized in the R DANIEL' ,
ELECT ICAL MOTORS ./ the 200 freeholder in the affected Frontier, Mich, school when hew Jensen, Beach: Carl and Gordon V. Ankeny home in Ankona In
area. Smith ruled they 19 years old and the womanhe 1929, will entertain the Stuart
Pauly! Sauk Centre, Minn, A. D. Upplncot ldg.|
ELECT! ICAL EQUIPMENT had the requisite 51 per cent married six years later was MerwIn and Arthur Phillips of chapter with a tea Saturday afternoon t P. 0. Arcade
/ '
though by a narrow margin..further then an 8th grade pupil ot his: Edenlawn. with Mra. Ankeny as
i complications arose whenC M and Mrs. George Towns, also I Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin hostess Two member from the -
.{ Repa red anil Rewound H Butler asked his name betaken from Camden who) t have been will motor to Orlando Sunday to Tltusvllle chapter will be honor i'
from the zoning list coming here for the past seven: meet Mrs Conklln mother, guest and give reports on the 11
Another matter brought'up years, motored down at the same i Mrs. Alice Heddon rom Dawag- national convention In Los Angeles -
'y', WE BUY ANC"SELL //LECTRICAL MOTORS was that proponents had failed time the Growls were enroute:' iac, Mich., who is driving down In October which they attended
AND EL" CTRICya EQUIPMENT to comply with the law with regard Thanksgiving week was fittingly with a friend to Orlando. Mrs. as delegates.
1'r. '
to giving publication to the celebrated In the E. R. En- Hedden has taken the Cave at Winter guest coming up'from 1 ean..aar wA
1. petition within five days after sey home in Walton when they i Edenlawn where she will remain West Palm Beach last Wednesday I
\ starting circulation of paper. had as house'' guests theirson until the. Conklin home on the for a number of day visit
Smith stated the "meat" in the and wife, Mr, and J'.rs..J.i'mother : Drive 1s ready for occupancy with Mr and Mrs. John Roen-
j. Fort Pierce Armature Corp. law had ben complied with and Ensey of Miami;, Mrs. Ruth Kehoe of Jersey beck in Ankona were Mr. and
notice had been published for 30 Mrs George F. Ensey of City and Miss Marion fiouwelne Mrs. Sidney Cain from Hempstead -
Across CauatwfA'' On South IslandIN days before being presented to Tropic and Miss Vojer Marlon of Middle Village, M Y., arrived L I. Beside these house
the board of AsJhboro, N. C. Beside these the first of the week for a visit guests Mr and Mrs. Rosenbeckhad
... Attorney Angus Sumner rep guests tor Thanksgiving dinner': with their sister, Mr. James D. their neighbors the Joseph
-- - --- resenting\ the opposition gave Indications were their daughter, Miss Katherine Askin, and Mr. Askin in Ankona. Worthington, for Thanksgiving
that the defeated freeholders : Ensey; their son, Donal, Mr and Mr*. Leicester Len- dinner. '
will take action In court Ensey, and their neighbor Mr.I nard and children, Gill, Leicester '
APPRECIATION! FOR I Viva Clark Host, !I and Anne, were the Thanksgiving The U S., Government Printing
FATHER OF DON CLARK The ,Dan McCartyi entertained dinner guests of Mr*. Len- Office l Is generally recognizedas a
') TAKEN BY DEATH with a large family\ dinner i nard parents Mr and Mrs : the largest and most complete
;1 The Pulse's Response According to word received Sunday. Seated around the table I Oua De Maesschalg, of Walton. I printing plo'iln the world Bulovm Eac lent Beautiful -: designedCroup
here funeral services for Cyrus were Mr CcCarty mother. Mrs i from,$A 50 14-kt. solid,' gold wed21J. -
!! OUR L Clark, father of Don Clark W E. Tylander, and Mr. Tylander -: I dm;sets from$52.50 up
and father-in-law to the former ; Mrs. McCarty mother MM: I Pay $1.25perj\ lee Pay.$1.5q week,
Mary Ethel Lennard of Walton Leila Brown_, Mr And Mrs John FOR S LE per
who died suddenly of a heart McCarty and son Johnny, Mr FRESH-CUT GIJUHOLI
Formld 1 VpeningLA6T attack In Elmira, N V, Nov 18,i and Mrs. Brian McCarty and
were held In his home with the children. Barbara Lee, Mary AT :09\a: ATLANTA AVE.

., body taken to Menomonee Mllh,! Alice and. Brian: Mrs. Lardner MRS tV.UL HgfcNSHEL .
,/ "I II Iq SATURDAY for burial He was a prominent! Newell, Mr and MM Rue Lane '
businessman of Elmira His son,: Brown and children,. Rue Lane, ,
I Don, a law student at Cornell Jr and Fay; Mrs. 1.. D, Pent-
was upon completion of his education coif, the hosts'-.children, Danny
The St fijfug to be associated with his and Michael, and Mr and Mrs' INNER TUBES OR THE BEACHTilton's Pearls $4.$0 'LocketsFrom
art Corps father It is understood Don' William Stark and son Billy, $1.00 down I $3,50 up
J Ji will .complete, I his university from Jacksonville The Stark SOc weekly" $1,00 down

II I 1! AND course and then step into the came down \before!! Thanksgiving Service a Station 's irthstone 50c weekly
s business as planned to Join the McCarty boys, his ri from
Mrs Florence Cave and her brother-in-law, on a hunting ;$14,50i
i L:
!\ daughter, Miss Annette Cave, of trip. While here they were Jensen Beach i up.1.00'wekly.
&&TAFFHANKS S 'YS St Louis are arriving this week house guest of Mr and Mrs. ,
,j end to' spend another' winter ,Dan McCarty. _
season at Edenlawn. Residents of the Drive attendIng THE IJWEL BOX
Attending the 'Fort Pierce- the meeting of OES that OPEN I/NOON QH SUNDAYS
I Vero Beach High School football honored members of the F, and Florida Bank Biel Fort Pierce
: game Thanksgiving night were AM with an appropriate drill ___ __ __ .
uu ---- --
Mr and Mrs EEnsey of Mi and program Monday evening "
Also Many hanks To the &ntractors and ami. Miss Voyer Marion, Ash- In Masonic Temple, Fort lerce, "r

Business Esta ishmenta Who Participated in and ,, boro. N. C, Harry Jennings and were Mr. and Mrs. R V. Ankeny (
; Donal Ensey Excepting Jen- Mr and Mrs W. C. Wilson and
Made Possibl Our Opening, nings who went to Miami to be Miss Edith Kenyston, Following
t a guest of Jack Arant a 1946 the program a' social hour I wa&.
Florida I University graduate, enJoyed. A special feature was REAL BUSINESS OPPCfefUNlTYRESTAURANT
fU) [ nii DnUn LDnp. these young people were Joined the Masonic cake that centereda
by Fred Mattox, also a Florida beautifully decorated table in
University student, for the motor the banquet room White chrysanthemums
i THE REXALL STORE f, trip to Miami for the Uni- : and blue tapers were
a ti versity of Florida-Miami University used effectively on the table and
St. Lucie Aye PHONE 11 Stuart Fla. game. While in Miami In room decorations
they were house guests of Mr \ Harry Jennings University of
F and Mrs Eddie F. Ensey. Florida student, son of Mr, and
'" J: '- --- Mrs. Lane Jennings of Walton
I'' ( ,/ I returned to Gainesville Sunday .AT ,A, SACRIFICE .-.&rr* V
a ft, er spending ;rhanksglvlnlacatlon
1 ( with his parent For AlONCE.I '
Thanksgiving dinner the Jen-! .
: ; jUII \ nlnps had Mr and Mrs. Lewis ,4 "
II OUTO Gl\mble. son Leah Jr and i' __ {'

.Ifr, FAST ONE-NIGHT RAINS TO Beach.daughter Miss, Miss Verna Verna is a of studentat Jensen --.....:::...,.

j 't\ : Rlngllng Ar School In Sara- \

I I Lt-Col and Mrs Anthony E.

\ ', < h!:' ..- :< a Beautiful

; I : :; ,! ', YOUR
: ..1.1'il

; 'il kl I IIi I1 I I I DDING' "

"i ./r ''' ERUNGj -**>. (FURNISH) I y

I Now, in addition to through ct4amhne& Florida East Coast'otter ( Select

;; you last, one-night-out Pfcllman am coach service to '

I Chicago and point threughow the Mid Wecl Fin asctien.y Now "

q.{ drawing room, compartment Aid bedr accommodations t ,

,, observation dining car and rough reterveo Mat coach.' 1t

f ? > .1 '.

New H ;;m e
: ,. ,
it to '
-gl '
I \ ,
t 5 : ,
When I y; a lifetime paces.5I5 '
*In tee rag silver you cost t
It think tab. re a y 'n t your right-so wedding start $4350- CASH Tff HANDLE '

wive ow, t are give you tM J

t ben"n of of rape our -see pert advke in helping rod 2Bed, Room. r Completely\ ) F\irni* d 1 lmpliance,
s choose t it lilver wisely,
FLORIDA ARROW DI IELAND SII MASER .. ';: ;--.. Lot 55x1 0., /1-1P

Lv. Stuart '. U:U PM Lv Stirt .U:13 FM 'Lv Stuart \- _U:IS PM ...>. .:Will Take: 'Baclf $ 00 ,Mortgage

teaiMTiKt ........... ISM: Acisck ripe ........;.. 5:15PM .Ar.JKIIMTI. ;** .\........ 515fMAr : 10 N, 2nd St ['ort Pine ; .' vDehon TOTAL $7,3iQ.la'' I /
." ImifHkMi (UNr) .... 40AM: .Alb' i ,IACLI: ......? 2J5AM: Ar.ADx** .IACLI: ) ...... 45fM; >; : ", (0el4 I 4't O ,
"" ......1IIe IL6-NI) ...... '::10AM At.a.KC:6SU( : SWAM: Ar.CoMM! (AClt: ) .....12:05: AM : f,
Ar Urinflh iL6-HI) ......UJSMAr Ar...... lie (NC6-S1\.1) '", 135AM' Ar l;"n 10.". ICK: .,. Z:4SU4'At.Wie. :
...... (hsse I ... ZSO'M: ArEsse lie UrO .....IJJSfM; Ar.$t UAr tl9Cee: ... 10 PM" 7 11
.Ckc t* lf_> ,..... 133PM: .CkK. t IC&EIi2SPM( At.aice..llI/CooJt( ) ... 'J5PMUora DeHon
to n jMi
S ndrlhfcouiMl DM, 4. T 10U. 1L ;
twrttifcjnmd DM J >A .
5 W.It.M.V,30 nd r.nr.L1'tnh 19., 2J.5. Si :91 was s..rr ILw+ar n2\:B, 79....r.tltM
z=Ik.;Pull WchM Kji>4.10 w Ifcfcmnll Chicago and sad Cam': I :=M'J aYwnnae Chea r and nd, csodes ill-.M Jscxiwa"file .sdPoe FORJGOOO

CbJoavo., .. ,... REALTORS / 'VALUES

further Information and reservation / 1 ; BMg., 'r'' .,. Florida,

T.' phone, 25 Htt f "'-:ii Phone 81 J

RAILWAY arN., e, .x"., sera.


OO'O i.J ,. .,... I owl .
o .1,.
o, .o

SOCIAL NEWS -- News items (M this paper nut reach the BewspasMr :

and/ Happenings of the WEEK IN STUARTMany Home Telephone Wee before II-W boom .a Wednesday Office Phone.. ,'I I I

MRS. MARY HARTMAN Society Editor :
EPISCOPAL; WOMEN MEET octal hour, other attending ,
St. Mary1 chapter of the Wo.Inn's were Mrs. Horace Family Reunions '-- flour, sifted with salt and baking: I CIVIC CLUB MEETS I Club was devoted to the monthly -
of the, B"tai" HomeDemonstration / FOR TALKS REPORTS I
Auxiliary Eplaconj LiVr1'/, I powdlt'altern'atel, with milk.i filing committee reports;
{ church met Monday at the > l. Mn.James R Beat thoroughly. Fill greased, The new and old boards of directors i
Burnette Mn O. C, Smith and Ralph Hart-
perish house with Mri P. M. and Mrs I. M.Stanley Stoner Hatching Held Here on Thanksgiving I muffin lIana half full, Drop a! man, Jr, spoke for the Veter I of the club held a Joint
COlwell and Mia Matilda Fenii teaspoon of marmalade filling! dinner meeting at the home of
)hostesses The pastor, I ----:. Note I ana football team enterprise In I
\ydl Dennis 8. Hudson, Jr In each. Fill pans twothirdsfull George Keith north of the
ReV. R. M Fenbon, gave atilt home from ? was Thanksgiving created the ner coven 'went. laid for 15.Their bringing the Endlcott N. t
the LUCILE T"I night
"The Earliest University of scent for numerous By MISS INSCOC\ with remaining batter. Bake: team here this week at the Roosevelt Bridge Tuesday e
( on Church.: A brief Historytb business Ing Florida to Spend the T>u iksglv. ions and dinner family partita: reun lut meats Included her patents, Mr. In moderate oven (375 degrees' I ly noon meeting of Rotary at I IChisholm' ---
p session 'wa followed by a St. Lucie holiday with his parents In Thursday: with vacationing col- and Mrs. L L. Halbach of Vero USE FLORIDA CITECS! F) 20 to 25 minutes. The marmalade i Nov. 28Thtf I' Mn Earl Tillman Is spending
------Estates- lege students and out-of-town Beach, her aunt, Mrs. Anna Now that sinks ,Into the muffins Kiwanis club Pl'OIrant' a month with her patents la
------- guests adding to the gaiety of Smith of Miami, Mrs Catherine season again,Florida we might citrus use Is our In a* they bake, making them Friday noon at the Woman Lakeland. ) f
the holiday week! end doubly delicious. Makes 12 muffins
Stott and daughter Betty Jane, Ingenuity a little In utilizing It.
ST. LUCI RESTAURANT Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary and T. F Gardner of Hobe No other method can surpass .
entertained at their South Fork that of using the fresh fruit BIG SQUARE
Sound, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil as
Good luck to
you and let me .
lodge where their guests Included It I II. We are sure of the vitamin 1.
Under I e Management ofANDVTSIMAS their eons, Evan'.lr., of the Pence and daughters, Thyllls, content when we eat It fresh, know how you make out..
University: of Florida, and Bill Mary Ann, Blanche and Patsy, especially: when we use the pulp DAN
of Boles School In Jacksonville, ot Stuart. and not Just the strained Juice. Relief AtfstForYour i i"I
Judge A. a'Kanner, Mrs Ruby Mi;;. and Mrs Ralph Hartmanwere However, people like variety and :
SERVES THt Brown, Miss Mary Lynch of Lab Joined by the 10 members It Is Interesting to see what can (Not On Ska a)
EST OF FOOD Worth and Tom Maleady of Caracas of their family: her father, J be done with our Florida products ( i
A TRIAL WI L CONVINCE YOU Venezuela a classmate of B. McDonald, sons, Jack, Donald, when we. take time to rough At I
,Bill's at Boles. Brady and Ralph Hartman, Jr "play with them" a \little la our
For Slecial Mr. and Mrs Ted Chambers and wife and own kitchens I Creomulsm 11ev promptly because -
Requests Dishes Fille, daughters Kay It foes rill*faJtie set of the JEYER RO R RINK
entertained at their Hobe Sound and Karen. Instead of making the 1 usual help \rf n andrmladen expel
home where Thanksgiving din- Mr. and Mrs Dalton Anderson fruit cake for Christmas, why phlenifuid aid nature Thursdl y Evening, D t. 4th 8 Till?
to sooth and bwWaw, In- 1
and his mother, Mrs Alma Anderson don't you try an orange dessert named bronchial Jliuoou tendar.* membranes I
had dinner for 10'at the cake? This cake has been very Tell TOUT vikrglst to sell SHELDONf BAKER
Anderson home en Camden Ave. popular In Martin County and a bottle of CreomfuJp with the understanding
\\'ee77 Their guests were ,Mr. and Mrs la still a favorite. TIle recipe ;you*JuttWce the war It and his Orchestra '.1 J JAdm'
quickly tl
allays court or you are
Hear / R. L. DeLoach, their daughter, has been given In this column to have your mfcey back.
d Hear Yee! Miss Hilda DeLoach and sons, before. but It bears repeating CREOMULSIONfofCougtn.ClfestCold /lion 75cVoters
Robert and Lloyd, of Valdosta, ORANGE DESSERT CAKE I

Ga., Earl Tlllman and Haywood l'/i cups sugar .Branch ifij _.__. _._
J ---
Pillow.. 1 cup sour milk:
CITIZENS k Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert 2 eggs beaten light
f STUART Bruner and Mr and Mrs. James Vt teaspoon salt
W. Meggett Joined at their California t orange, medium size I
Ate home In Inviting Vt cup butter!! VTEI
members of both families for the 1 teaspoon soda dissolved In -
f Rumor are anYI ', so J've been told traditional dinner Seated at milk
the table were Mr and Mrs. A. 2 cups flour ""
Rumor that are loth HAD and BOLD R. Wallace and daughter! Miss 1 cup raisins
\ : Judy Clement, of Orlando Mrs Select a choice tree-ripened
But,,'t'. fill 1 neither Beer Lr Wine Leila Clements, Mrs. William orange In order to have fine flavored I AiINDEPEND1 An
i Meggett Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs peel. Orate the fruit
Tu only Good Foo fof which they stand In line, C. D. Clements and daughterand slightly Cut and squeeze:! out
son, Vondella and Shirt, of JUice. DO not take out all the
Also a Milk Shak thkt i ia big and tall Fort PIerce. Juice. It might make the cake
too moist Add one-halt cup of CANDIDATECITY
Why, sometimes t [can't even drink it all. "' MRS. JOHNSON HOSTESS sugar to Juice and let stand CutOut
Mrs Freeman D. Johnson entertained and discard the central core
So, Good Folk, you st not listen at dinner Sunday at with seeds and grind the bal R
her Bessey Addition home' !In ance, rind and pulp, with the
To old Mr. Mean who flits around from store honor of the R. L.DeLoach family raisins, using the medium bladeof
to store. visitors from Valdosta, Oa the food chopper. Cream COMMISSIONER
Her guests Included; her mother::1 shortening and sugar together.I
My door i ia closed Mrs Alma Anderson, her brother! Add the beaten eggs and the
open, -- I
Mrs. Dalton well-sifted flour with the
and family Mr. and other TO/HE
He sits beside his w w, many feet away Anderson and two children, Mr.: dry Ingredients alternately with I SUBJECT ELECTION OF DEC. 9th t)
and Mrs. R L. DeLoach, their the liquid. Add the orange and
Strainin' his ear, a he might hear daughter Miss Hilda, and their raisin mixture last I i iI
sons, Robert and Lloyd Tb Pour Into an 8x8x2 Inch pan If
What'er I may hale tctsay. Georgia visitors who had come and bake until well done,, or I Am in Favor of
down Thursday for the Thanksgiving about 45 minutes In a moderate :
A Through my opendoorl he has heard me roar holiday returned home oven. After baking and while .,
: Sunday afternoon. still hot cover with the orange
"Fair Play, my dfjar ne hbor Juice and sugar mixture and let The Ocean-Bridge Road School Recreation Program \
DUTCH TREAT WINNERS stand !In the pan until juice Is Clean Entertainjnent for O\i\\ ,Young People and Our Tourist *
Speak no evil, Gome oler and see Mrs. Paul Hoenshel won first absorbed. Do not dissolve sugar Friends. cI
pr'w! at the Dutch Treat Club entirely, as It should glaze top '
,'What a good p'<$ghbor I can be." "4 bridge g nes"at"the this Center of cake. Artificially colored fruit Equalized TajjJUion. Making fvery Dollar Go As Far As
last Thursday afternoon with should not be used
Mrs. R. -, Possible.
Mrs R. B. McPherson '
B I HENRY P. LYONS.LYONS. J. Furlong and Mrs A. H. Chap- Now try these orange muffins A* A Citizen iof Stuart Sin 1897 ((50 Years) I Have
pelka the next three In-order ,ORANGE: MARMALADE /
This weekly, recreation project MUFFINS Every Interest of Stuart at H rt.

I VOTE OR eon which at bad Andy a dutch Talmas'treat st.lunch.Lucie 1/3 1/3 cup cup sugar shortening Your Vote add Support Will |Be Greatly Appreciated.

Drill before the games Is opento 2 well beaten eggs3's
all who like to play bridge teaspoon vanilla extract
HENRY P! and Join In, good fellowship 13/4 cup 40urteaspoon :
H salt R. B./ (Boyne McPherson
SHIRLEY CHASON OBSERVES 2 teaspoons!! baking powder
BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY 1/3 cup milkThoroughly :
for CITY COM ISSIONER. Shirley Chason was honoredon cream shorteningand
(Paid Political Advertisement) her 8th birthday Monday with sugar. Add eggs and. vanilla (Paid Political Advertisement) It ItI }
a party their riverfront home, 266 St.
Lucie Crescent Pastel colors
were used for decorations In the I
: tandy cups cup cakes and a e
SCARCE' ME CHANDISE beautiful. candle-lighted birth- .
day take served to the 17 little
guests and their mothers Those
NOW AVAILABLE present were Marilyn and Helen
Claw, Donald Chason,Annette
Jarrell, Patricia and Rosa Lee
For ,Ijnmediate elivery Dkkey.: Mildred and Catherine

Half Cat Load of First Grade Clements Jan Cromer, Harriet
Merrtman Emma Ruth and Ro- S\JPER'
.if colla Donaldson, Ann Slngletary
TOILE COMBINATIONS Orvllle McGee, ,Tommle Smith, I DI/NER/ \
Carol and Sonny Chason, Mrs
l.$ I Frank Glass, Mrs:W. N. Cromer,
,, th T s--Lavatories Miss Myrtle: Cromer, Mrs. Cecil
Donaldson Mrs. Paul Jarrell, j

AND | ;, Mrs Dewey Chason, Mrs. Hubert SHELL STM10N
Clements and Mrs.. Gordon
SUPPLIES Dickey.) .


: committee reports were given
: New Shipme t KitcHjm CabinetsAND and plans were completed for ,\
the annual Christmas party Dec. ,rl
list the monthly meeting of the DINNER '::1
r Jensen Beach P-TA at the Jen- A. : ,
-r: sea Beach .School Tuesday af '.
SINKS ternoon. Children will furnishthe \
program with speeches and "i

'' songs Tuesday' program. was presented Cream of ,Chicken *up '
GAS OIL and ELECTRIC (S; by Mrs.Durante who talk- '
ed on Christmas decorations. Refreshments Tomato Juice or X rVt Cup ; !. >
HQT'' WATER HEATERS--15-30 |allon CapacityA : were served after SQU/B 1 ',1
the meeting adjourned by the ROAST YOUNG CHICKEN 1

TIMKEN COM RCIAL WA |R HEATERTO 1st grade mothers. 7 1


The young people's organization -
of the Methodist Church ROAST LONG IS AND DUCKING
will give a benefit supper at.the
1. iMcjersPumpfcgSysteiiis chucb from a to T P.ai. tomor- Mashed Potatoes /or CandiedV Sweets 4
*>a row. Admission will ke $140 a
person and proceeds will be devoted
to sending some of themembers Creamed Cauliflo er or Gre b Peat

TOlFlT ANY'JOB to a meeting Cleve + s

,, .: '
' E ustuart FIkSTf, Herman Relta, Stuart charter "'I
boa captain seriously! Injured .". \
In a boat explosion at Bau Gallle OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY.SEVEN\AYS A WEEK'
WO&S two week ago has been moved
mn \to Martla County Hospital. HisoIJIP&nIOD' )
at the time of the r tie

OL [DIXIE SOUTH mishap Ronkonkoma., William N.Agnew Y. ]a'ot visiting Lake Fink Foods and Sit er' Service,;

0 too .STUART, FLORIDA at Kelts' home on South Albany
i '",,'


{I -" ""',.,..,,.;gym. ..--/ "'p""n """ -'n.i m -. rer...1 .. ... .. .. ,
,._ w e0 p 'r'rT9r, CIL Mr-r "'' '' 7" (h m """ c er. n roaRrt ,


vl) t' I r Lake M'aragun in the country! pUluing that the lake was once an I DEEP IN FLORIDA'S EVERGLADES' NATIONAL PARK INSTRUMENT flLUWAaaANTT> -'

of( the same Hume is the only body I PLANE LICENSES ""' ''''' '''''''''''' -- -.w -
land ::
I arm tit the wu bcror the was I ri"7.: 7.J.
'''.\ .I' iof: fruh water In which Urge! "I'x.1 f I ,.J.; 1- ay :rru.l'' .. vM. .. It .
I 'Water (iili lx>imd, stk-ntisti elevated dUI{hla; an earthquake t ) Sans. w
t > 11, J J I I DUE ON JAN 1 O EMM: H J H Job. D.b,

., ..1' yas S-,r: Lt.. L cba L Grww ..

I" ; f I l iI'', eb.tNaaM u ta ** ,
; RESIDENTIAL LOTS Tallahassee ((/P)) Florida's 'N. ? iw,
'I I IItW S. ..._. '"* "I Kf*. Ski
w ,
''II : WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES airplane owners will t tJ letting ..,
1 : I licenses right along with the Ptw ere. L. ANb.eb at vi.. M ONU Lsdani
t $125 to $200 A Lot w
w a
motorists after Jan. .
"j 1. .. -8o a lh.eb C: IIIt..ho
: "I You Can Build to Suit Yourself No City Taxes. The 1941 law defining planes [:. .
LN 1:.S3s. 5236623. .
: Street and Sid walks in. Electricity A ailable.
\ as motor vehicles goes Into effect 0-, !S.M4 K.ft.ruk... MnNYy !A_
then, relieving aircraft owners -
; Alto* W. H.U ,M u I* H..n w. boo.J .
: of paying personal property [,.a.nM.,,weleb. N ci..er w
; 0 Kur I taxes! on their ships but requiring MO5TGAGC
them to obtain state licenses 0. .. B.il U SI...... .., rn4a
Hour rrMI
*( r u to Pin ees.
t.r..N 5N. 4010...,
Constitutionality of the law wsiis.. Co Ar. .N N .. to CltdN,
aNb r
: has been questioned by Attorney a.r' w sN ANne
General Tom Watson but It hu Chvi. w. a.rN M Pa.t P-::,
... .
tan LN ANNati..
not 'been subjected to a court WUIto U. OWTO u O. H. Ttlu, *
Dorter test far. sILL
so OF 'ALI
OMIt CI ".. .L EoIMn.\d.\
The State Constitution exempts -
0. U UMfltM. U Rotert H. .*h.*,
motor vehicles from,,

Paint & Body Shop levies except license fees. any s.whit..ll,,..,_LAholitor, QUITCLAIMS IK, ..u II.Frwk..... 0.G,..,.,.
Small planes used for private I. p ens, I. .."_.. rnpk. a.
purposes and wetghlngjess than I. r. III'', to .B.._ntUrtta P"cta, Lp
t Flior [:IM s.N.51. Jr? .. v. t" A..
(Over Ate P, 2nd ) 2,000 Abe will be licensed for $5 LN. c r.

annually. Ships In' commercialuse l.ebN.Nll voicing... ., JUDGMeNT......
SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING will be assessed $1 for each a A. Ne I.. ,
a.N 801 .
Ca p.p N C. I,
Auto PaintirW + Metal Work I.
> 100 pounds with the maximumfee 0.,11..
Cuitom-made Slipf Covers a port Tops limited to $100 a year. 1..11'a.N' 1Io11r.55 A.N.UN.. c- N5,55
i pq C. L
i Aviation Director W. C. 1 Lal- ASSIGNMaNT 0' MOaTCAGI
National Park which his through a a palm Tutched\ hut P. H._ r .1 u ,A......
I, arus of the State Improvement This scene Is typical of the Florida Everglades poles dugout quiet waterway} NmNp.' ,..
Commission said revenue from President Truman will dedicate Saturday Deep In the wilds of the in a banana grove. lUrtll P. HuUrli rt oJ l to |M..< ....
license sales wul be divided between Everglade, a Seminole Indian brave, with his squaw and'family, a.. '" "deco
counties In which planesare asps. a. Pl>mln> to Wllll.m I, ........

USE CHI.OPDANETie based and the commission's Pol Brown.AMENDED t. Gulf OIL 1 Oil LtASE c.....*...-.
aeronautic.fund. e .. PaTIAL itLASa, reM! M05TOAC(
.. ...... .
The fund Is used to maintain -
.NCnnCN ... .. .
DedicationOf > l 11..1. c. "
emergency airports and Install[ President Truman to Speak at Formal

/ Crop-Safe Insecticide alrmarkers.,. the Florida House; Thomas },

AGRICULTURAL FIRM Allen regional director Nations
Everglades National Park Next Saturday! Park Service; Albert Day, National
... Fish and Wildlife Service;
e U. 8. Senator James Howard Me-
F Chlordane insecticides get II t| A technicolor film. ,showing; -- Orath; Ernest F. CM, "daddj"
I without hurting your crops Js the yrowtng and care of agricultural Everglades Dec. .-With definite equipment will be set up In a assist the patrol in handling the and all members ot his cabinet; :of the Park; Mrs.W.a Jennlnp

For truck gardens, her is I Ii Ih products and the cat- I assurance that President downtown l location and while It can and the crowds, the Florida Chief Justice Elwyn Thomas and : Mrs. L. J. McCaffrey and Mn

i effective insect toxicant\ yet devi 0 tit G17i tle-raising Industry In Martin Truman will attend and take Is hoped by the members of the National Guard will have a troop all members of the Florida Supreme -' V. Moore Florida Federattoa

( Deadly most common pests )it t i .1st' County was shown at (fire weekly .part in the dedication of Everglades combined clubs: and civic organizations camped on the school grounds Court; the U. 8. Senators I'T. Women's Clubs which donat-
; i ntly gives kills of 95 to 100 V hf noon meeting of Rotary at Chls- : National Park her Saturday of the town that preparations tomorrow night "in command of from Florida and each of the Royal Palm State Park, anda
LE 5 holm'i yesterday County Agent will be adequate, there Florida member 'of Congress; number of Florida people who
Yet when properly appliedChl ane assisted I for the event Ma]. Henry :Noyer and Capt.
f does not such delicate! L. M. Johnson was by preparations Is no way to estimate the crowd Newton P. Prury, director of the have rendered signal service
as squash injure and even melon vinet. Rf rope u. H. R. Steffens. who took the pictures -I were stepped up and a shorter and regular catering facilities in Jackson G Flowers National Park Service; .1od H. [particularly former Congressman

volatilizes completely in 2 or 3 "k.. j In narration. '< program' was adopted, suitable Everglades are limited to the It U Impossible to make ovir- Baker, president Mark Wilcox and Pat CannonWives
I Il I for, nationwide Broadcast. small population. night reservations for either bon Society{) President 8. Dill of all the men mentioned
May b used with standard Jung es
1f.t.i. W Seats for 8.000 have been loan- In order to relieve 'another Friday or Saturday In Ever Clark of the Florida Senate; I have been Invited together with
l Chlordane is available in ma 4m. ed by the Singling Circuit and congestion problem, Harold Co-' glades Every room was gone Speaker Thomas D Beasley of those Of other guests.
merclal brands el insectlciwettabte s to .: WoiP.M$ everyone! Is expected to be seated lee, executive manager of the nearly two-weeks ago Those
powders, dusts, and en 1st s, REALEST at 1:45: p.m. The program, Florida State Chamber of Commerce driving from a distance will haveto
Ask your local dealer Jor-4hen hod y )NKp : with. John D. Fennekamp legls himself a member of the stay overnight In Miami or CLINTONE WAX
B* sure the label states plainly( nl s ,atlve chairman of the commission : executive committee of the park, Fort Myers or :Naples-anywhere
Chlordan. The| are "t'tt, MI TEP presiding will begin commission has started negotiations within reach by a short early FOR YOUR CAR AlTS SPRAjrtD ON.
,I substitutes W RF S promptly at 2 with the Invoca- with the Atlantic CoastLine morning drive. While this spot
t r lon by Deaconess Harriett Be- Enter all crack and dterlcea iriasts longer.
i to run a special train; and particularly the Rod and
'L .1 H w ywkcalj yet wq r +e.n.r1LpelleNn dell. missionary to the Seminole equipped with a well stocked Gun Club has been host to many GULF PRODUCTS
I erties f all kinds Indians. After a selection by the diner from Jacksonville to Everglades distinguished people, Including
t It Cllndu. wilt. Fort Myers High School Band ?, picking up passengersen two presidents It probably never TIRE REPAIRS CUpFlXX LUBRICATION
d /INeb Les a... for which will furnish. music for the mute. This would reduce the had as many within its boundaryat We, Cal or an Deliver

\ II occasion Chairman August number of auto that will haveto one time as It win have next
Burghard; of the Florida Ever- be parked and this Is a prob- Saturday. In addition to Presi- Stuart>8ervicV Station
Also re sand insur. glades. National Park Comrnli"Ion rm that has Lts. Fausaett and dent Truman and his own
HYM N d 4yt will Introduce all the distinguished Britt who will head up an arrayof guests, then, have been invited: Of p. Stuart News TeL 9144
I ,.eh. .. D.a.realasd.I ante.Edwar. guests,Including; Ernest 40 Florida Highway Patrol Secretary of the Interior Julius WALTER G.: REIN, P?
I G.etl.aee: n ar. send aan airs F. Co as the recognized members greatly-worried.< To A. King; Governor Caldwell
lnlorm tlon aUkul Inwd p.d e.rot ..- "daddy" of the park. .
/ sib Chlordant m eoBlalacd, Is I yew U 8. Senator Claude Pepper
Ir.. ull.ans a. app and Spessard L. Holland will
1 AeM
( ) ruokCroplss.
( v.doek Par..iNs ) Reset.. speak briefly on matters leading
Re torP. up to the creation of this new '
national park and Its value to "EARL SAYS
I, sir te \ i sit St.M.l,,,...,.. Governor' Millard F. Caldwellwill
r 19t present :eaIZ the park]
I It area, in the the Stateof
i r a Florida, to all the people of '
t the nation for their enjoyment, : Fishin' s Good !

recreation and education In. .
J I II I tropical plant aol animal life. I
t Secretary of the Interior Julius e'

} I H f STUART'S THEATRE presentation A. Krug will arid respond formally to dedicate the ; : IF YOU tfO AFTER THEM WITH

LV IC the area to be preserved asa

near-wllderneis In perpetuityfor /(4tiS t THE JRGHT EQUIPMENT.
I the people of the United
:t States. ;
i I THURSDAY ONLY! MONDAY, DEC. 7.8 The President of the United _c LETAfS HELP YOU CHOOSE

I 1 1 it i UDO HAS YfT TO MEET HIS MATCH..., lOVE.// States dress. then will deliver an ad I

ft T "'' IMstFAhr CrMRcASTrPN11 11EP.wt After benediction by the Rev.! f0a- w'' T TACKLE FOR YOUR'''
B. A. Finn of Everglades Community : ''
P nvrM toon ALL KISS/
A > AS
Church and the "Star.' *
Spangled Banner" by the For! / i' iEDS '
rig, 'jlo",,
'I I Myers band, the distinguished r
guests will retire, other guests

I remaining I seated as the band FROM 0\R COMP E STOCK OF
plays a number of selections I :
Preceding the formal programa :
L =ION luncheon will. be given by the I

p .r Everglades to National Governor Park Caldwell Commission I RODS BY: REELS BY,;:,;,, ', !

and the distinguished visitors 1
LUIS plYt Ladles of this) group will be entertained ;j Heddon UPal" Shakespeare. :
b ;h 1 by a group of Everglades "
ladles working with Mrs. 'True Professional Ro '
SPECIAL Temper ;'J Penn
1 I I II 1 Miles Collier. ,
91 "Song Of A Natio } k ; .
i At the same time, about 1,500 South Bend, ,
I ftiwp d Our am SIMP d.l .N I Pfleuger
!' i Popular Science & Caribou i eY Invited guests will partake of a
"barbecue" but the meat will be Action Rod I
irt fish! from-nearby water, some Gulf Ball BearingPlyFlex
f of them caught in the waters ol .
Y FRIDAY SATURDAY i the park Itself. Governor Caldwell 1 Heddon P-41
I I Doubt Feature; Program and the' commission are '
,j4's Q F host for this part of the enter- Tycoon Custom 'Buil I Hprrocks a Ibbotson

:" 1 '' QLCATT1QV tainment.For those who attend without Montague Tonkin ,G eI flentyof"" ;

making their own provision for
food, an elaborate catering: Shakespeare Glass od Baits and Spoons ;

., ill ;


I to C "Mini.tr.1- Days"--- iso- roi ne I se TO-BE" MORE TIIANA I


I TUES. WE_., DEC. 9 ti3'
New thing Outfit or Christmas
1I i1 t + aLllII IUiMIZIILII LI .

I s 'I i; r. '



__ Ass ReTA
inassoatsoisise! ,,, I [ AN ITL[

r R'' W cWASREN Devxsyaa[rauowstiTL lPIDA aauwsc'FL 5 BESS' HARDWARE I :CO.1' .i

1 g t
MORE YET. Box o26 ,
-WW. tawr N. ALSO "Pow Behind Use NatJcSi" JIM Rateeroy, Pltone,36 ;

C_$ ttnm iMam CM" And "Wint.r Holiday" _Sport Short MT, mA

'' ,
z t ,1 .4 r4 y L I '
., .