The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 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
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VOLUME.t-N.; IS,, Veic of An American Community Dedicated, to the American Way of Life COUNTY

ruE STUART NEWS. XTIIART, MARTIN COUNTY, let fktn&. .. THURSDAY, DEC. It un ____ __ _

Hoenshel Stuart, Stimmell Elected to Citv. Commission i I I

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Action Against Traffic DEHON NAMED PACIFIC CHIEFWoman's Post Office Urges Early : SRD EngineerWill TOP

Violaters Demanded HEAD OF 4-LANE Mailing of Cards PackagesLocal Study --------1

City Board Refers- to-Old Ordinance ROAD COMMITTEEArthur residents should plan the sender's: reiurn address is : Traffic HereH. : .

their Christmas shopping schedule shown on the envelope. -
Order .One-tide Parking In 2 Block -not' now to permit early mailing j On the ortifr hand, printed I
M. Dehon was formally Christmas greetings mailed In
of cards and packages. If pa. Howard. Jr, traffic engineer

Much stricter adhcrance t day Imprisonment or both for of appointed the special chairman yesterday trans will mall cards and pack-1; class unsealed rate envelop-which!* at the third- for the State Road Department 665 Participated in Tues '

to city traffic regulation to I convictions/ gained In city court. merce committee Chamber selected of to Com ages this week It will Insure delivery -: for some cannot reason be loften delivered will make a detailed factual day's Balloting. 'I

turb, In the City Commis City Manager!! L. B Elicit was pedlate securing of rlghts-of-ex- In time for Christmas: j must be destroyed as waste. study and analysis of traf Dyer Returned I
sion's opinion current Instructed to eliminate fie at the Intersection of 17.8. 1
flagrant Use
parking way for the proposed four-lane strong cardboard boxes They are not entitled to forward.Ing. .
and too frequent violations on two sides of the block north East Coast highway through strong cord and good wrapping and State Road AlA In Stuart Paul M. H'nshel, Aria ;
of the city's traffic of the Methodist Church. SUpu.t Martin County. Dehon Immedi paper to reinforce your packages -: This year Stuart Is having its In early January, It Was learned Stuart and Kenneth S. Stim "
ordinance Ivan demanded of t lated tat were Albany Ave between ately announced that the com- '44 They must not exceed 70 first parcel post delivery, All The yesterday. mell were elected to the three 'jJ
Chief of Police Roy Baker and 2nd Sis. and 2nd St. mittee will have a luncheon Ibs In weight or be more than residents, within the deliveryarea the Information was given vacancies the City Commission .
between Stuart
I I by the commission in regu., Albany and Akron Ayes meeting at Chisho 'a Tuesday 100 Inches In length and girth i provided with correct house Junior Chamber of according to final
Eurit said by E. C. DeGarmo
the ,
order will and combined.
take will appear before the Count numbers and mall ceptacls! or
lar session at the official
hall State returns from
city effect highway engineer, In Tues I
as soon as a city painting Commission Wedilesday af- Mailers should send their slots may have their Christmas reply -
I lut night. crew csn Job. ternoon at 3. holiday greeting cards at the i packages delivered If addressed to a letter from the Stuart day'sannual, ) general city
During the discussion portions R it .0 1 :' tioP413 I :: authorizing Progress so far, Dehon 1st class rate of postage When to their street and number. organization regarding traffic election in which 665 voters
of Ordinance No. 1 were withdrawal by the city of Park Includes communication reported with so sent they may be sealed and Mall parcels early for delivery I control measures at the Inter- or 62.4 per cent of those reg-
read which cdver the violation I Board funds from the Citizens H. B. Fults of Miami 4th Dis contain written messages not by Christmas Many large cities section Immediately south of the istered participated. The I
the commission felt are most t; Bank and Ordinance 183 concerning trict member of the State Road DEWITT RAMSEY otherwise permitted. Such greetings will have fewer delivery vehicles Roosevelt Bridge DeOarmo Said turnout was 16 better than
common. It was brought out that, the proposed Department are dispatched and delivered this "Your Interest and efforts In the for the sirimary
recreation Board who has Admiral Ramsey! deputy chief' year due to the closing I ofmany solution this Nov 25. ,
other part of Uie measure enacted area north of the Civic Center agreed to give the committee an of naval operations was named first given directory service Army Installationsthroughout I I of problem are most Eliminated In the final runoff: I
II year ago, admitiZ were passed. Use and If commendabl However, he added the
of the Center appointment In the near!! future necessary forwarded the country. The results of Which paralleled
Admiral ,
by Louis E Dcnfield,
an out of date and unenforceable 'by the Sallflsh Club last night A definite date for this meeting without additional c6rge. Also Post Office borrowed delivery i the study Is necessary before the primary were R Boyne McPherson -
The act calls lor fines i.and I'' the Tourist Club tonight now Is being sought Dehon. add to be OImmalJur-llI"bk.f) In If undeliverable, they are returned I vehicles from these Installations "tailor-made recommendations" an4 Henry P Lyons.: \
the be
ranging from 15 to $50 or up to 30 Mwas approved. ed. Pacific without charge provided for Christmas deliveries, can offered. Mayor Phil Pence, who was 4 seek ,
Senator ------- I I The action Is an outgrowth, ofan In.. thl' ....... ..." _.. ___L*

RITZ SHOWS H. R. Steffens mittee appointment agreed and to' serve aid Evans with In with Fulti securing Crary this Other com-has the TAX COLLECTIONS RAPID 'ROAD 76 WORKIS ago Jaycee,appearance before Jr:, and President the other City several Jaycees Ben Commissionby A.weeks Redding asking i I I votes noted The\despite In last the Thursday his primary I;;;official'" "received withdrawal : '

members Zack voti. canvassed yesterday
are A.
Moslejr P.

PROGRESS AFTER Heads County Quade Krueger and, O David H. Tllton, C. D. Me- TliO. office of Gmnly Tax Oilkstlw! t C KkllikT.reported\ Tuci- UNDER WAY posed the plan board's for favor traffic of controlat a pro- morning, showed: I

s M. Marshall. lay that $24JM2.71S! or Tl.2 per rent of 1948/ emmty taxes were wi" the Intersection. Hoeiuhel" 529
clrd durnig November mid therefore eligible fur .tlw 4.per cent dis- Stuart 494

SECOND MISHAP Dimes March CHAMBER MEETIS cotmt. Ltlt to be Collected .h $100,06722( It was suiil Gilluctioiumade State Road Department engineers CHRISTMAS PLAY ,Stimmell McPherson :M9

tills month. arc i'Hgibk. !:! fur.a 3-per cent discount. 2 in January, are finishing up prelim- TO FEATURE P-TA Lyons 261 168 \
I in February and none thereafter/ to! the April 1 deadline inary work this week prior to PROGRAM TUESDAYThe Pence ]t I
Herman Belt:*, Stuart charier Ktenry R "Bill" Steffens has Intangible I"'nuflall'rllperty tax colloftioni' in Novemlx-r amounted'' the start of repairs j on StateRoad

boat captain who was sert- beer appointed Martin County DESCRIBEDCounty to t7.7oo.92 or 85.4 per cent nf (ho aueiwd total! of J,126.jI.! ( it was 78 from US 1 to the South I December meeting of the Withdrew from race lout week
wily/ Injured again In a second reported, Fork bridge I which I ar expected I Asa result of Tuesday's re- ,, .
Stuart PTA j )
oat explosion l at Plttman's Dock campaign director of tile 1948 t ofndav ---I, withl.n....... --u n a Tuesday night at turns_Hoenshel. and..Stuart won }
It I.30 am. Monday, was reported 1 I March of Dimes, according to Commissioner Arthur or io.----; the Civic Center will bs high- iwo-ytar terms on tne commission '

"much Improved and proposing announcement by D B. Hearn, E. Sims gave his reactions In the Club The H. E. Wolfe Construction lighted by a Christmas play by and Stimmell\ a one-year )
favorably at Martin chairman of the county committee course of a step-by-step reporton 510,000,000, Company of St. Augustine which the first three grades of the Stu- term, he being the lowest vote
County Hospital last, night byf'I of the National the annual State Chamber of submitted a low bid of $282.953 art Elementary School Becauseof recipient of bhe three winners. '
Dr J. D. Parker, attending phyclan. Foundation Commerce convention for the Job Is reported ready to The three men will formally take
In St. Petersburg ,
for Infantile Paralysis Inc. Appointment Yule FOR REPAIRING In the small children taking part office
last week at the weekly Party move heavy equipment and at a special meeting of the
RelU, whose Sallflshir It was I was made following noon meeting/ of Rotary Club at are waiting only for the .erilli- the meeting hour has ben commission at the city hall Mon-
destroyed in Eau: Gallic In an a with conference of local officials Chlsholm's yesterday. .II ncers to finish lining up the 'moved up to T.30: p.m. for.this day night. They will Join hold 't.
aptoslon, four weeks suffered State Representative Mar Set righU-of-way and drainage, east over OommliMloners Jack L.
ago, lon T. Jeffries of Sims, who attended the three- WednesdayOld BEACHES ASKED meetirig"onlyMm ./
severe head Injuries when I Orlando who day session with Martin Counti mark the center''' line and road : Erwin Johnwlck. mu.slc Coleman and W. R, Baker

ps fumes exploded aboard thSaUfliher -! week spent. two days In Stuart this Chamber Manager H, B. Kraft, edges, it was said. chairman, will have charge of A mere, formality In Tuesday's
I and part of the stern told of : Santa\ make The SRD allotted $350 000 the which balloting was the re-election of i
The hearing a number' of Interesting Claus will a .. for program will Include
new director I II Dec,
now Washington It < (ff))
organizing *- r Harry r Dyer as Municipal Judgeto
knocked him unconscious. Theboat the) project In Its special
prominent speakers Including Pre-season visit to Stuart Wednesday 1947 construction arrangements by the Win
reported valued at $12.000 chairman workers and will announce : Governor Caldwell Dr. to attend the annual Representative Price (P; .-Fla.) budget to cover grading and school band and numbers by the a term. Dyer who was

mil uninsured was a complete communities: next week.of The various local J. H. Miller, president of the University Christmas festivity of the Stuart has Introduced a bill which paving of 6 miles of road and speech class. Th* Olrl Scouts unopposed 267 for the fifth timerccslved ,-
km as was the fishing tackle drive this year-led Sheriff of Florida, and A. Y. Mil- Woman'i Club at 2:30 p.m, Gifts would authorize the Governmentto replacement of two bridges will be on hand to care for the votes .
aboard which was Insured RelU by am State Chamber president will be distributed from the traditional $10,000,000 to therein younger children while their --- -- -
O. M. Hancock, resulted In spend repair I
!lad been released only Sunday this who accepted a second term In tree at a social hour parents attend the meeting. FHA GIRLS PLAN
third hurricane
county placing In the and tide damage to
afternoon from the hospital State In the position. B; said he was following the program. KIWANIS HOLDDIRECTORS Mrs Garland Edenfleld, association DISTRICT MEETING
tore, Flames In Monday's mls- Although per capita the collections has; I particularly Impressed by themanalen' Mrs E., 'A Menninger, club) Florida beaches. MUTING I president, has announced -

Up were kept under control by escaped the disease county In meeting. the sales tax president, will be assisted by the The fall hurricanes and hleh a metlng of the executive More than 150 girls from Florida
\the Stuart Fire Department summoned the discussion: two films on Com- American home committee which tides which followed calMed Eighteen old and new officers board at 3,30 p.m. today at her
by the noise. years committee has cooperated munism and the number Includes and old I home on Albany Ave I District 5 of the Future
George with eight counties In of politicians Mrs. H. M. Klelfeld, serious erosion on many Florida I now and former directors !
Stt-U who was aboard the. boat attending Mrs. Fred L. Hall, Mrs. Harry or Kiwanis UUD attended the I ------- Homemakers of America are expected -
this section to set up a fully- beaches. Under Price's bill, the
*is uninjured. The commissioner's remarks Heffner, Mrs. D. 8. Hudson, Mrs monthly board meeting at the HOME! BURNED MONDAY to arrive here tomorrow'
The department made another equipped Hospital polio In West ward at Palm St Mary's Beach were supplemented by Kraft WUlaford R Leach, Mrs Tracy chief of engineers would be empowered home of Oeorg Keith Dec. 2. AT IIOBE SOUND; aftrnoon for a district meet
run seven hours before when where all patients from the who urged this county be rep- Martyn arid Mrs C. S, Edward. to."Construct Present were President ton Tyson I Ing The girls will come from
tin Oreenleaf Bar at (33 East resented on the enlarged boardof Mrs. Arthur Clonta, chairmanof such projects as President-elect the Rev. Otis and Ruth Wreed, colored, Vero Beach southward far
counties will be as as
Ah St. owned by Guy Davis sufliRd eight the slightest taken on directors: and Dave Curtis the music: department, wfll may be necessary to repair existing Phil Maxwell. Secretary-Treas I lost their home and all Its contents Miami and will be housed by
! an estimated 40-per cent suspicion. ; Tampa businessman. The club present a program of Christmas damage caused by waves urer H H. Thayr, re-elected to Monday In a fire of un- members of the Stuart chapterof
.* bynr.,. Chief John N. Mann had 10 guests. I music by members of the school and currents to the shores of both offices, old directors T T known Origin They purchasedthe FHA .
old Monday be suspects arson BUILDINC OF SMALL band and Mrs. Florence DeBerrywill :Florida, and to construct and Oughterson, C. A Porter A. M. home In Banner Laks subdivision Registration at the Civic Cen-
H a result of various threats, APARTMENTSOKAYED HILTON ENDS CRUISE give .a reading of Dicken's maintain such projects as are Shrlglcy, George parks, Bernard at Hobe Sound In 1940 ter tomorrow afternoon will be
reportedly made against Davis -..... John F. Hilton, seaman 1st "Christmas Carol." necessary to protect such" shores Coker and Keith, new directors when It was first built. Loss was followed by a banquet at the
ud the nature of the burning Robert Griffith and Lemar M. class USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Each club member Is Invitedto from future damage Charles Rue Henry Kindred estimated at $5,000. Contributions Lighthouse at 6.30 p in. and 'a
Davis said his liquor loss probity Pierce of West Palm Beach, owners John F. Hilton of Stuart, has bring an Inexpensive gift for Price French, O. H. Tilton and to aid them In rehablllta- dance at the center. Saturdays
would not exceed $200. The of 20 lots In Block D Riverside completed a four-month train- exchange and each la entitled to RED CROSS PARTY Carl A. Bridges and former directors Unit are being received by Mrs program will Include several
building fixtures and stock were Park Subdivision wire ordered ing and goodwill cruise In the bring ,one guest.NOVEMBER i ATTRACTS 225 Bill King, Clyde Cour- Ted Chambers at Hobe Sound speakers In the morning and a,
PWially Insured by John E. given a permit for loca- Mediterranean area while serving son, John J. Moore and L. M. business meeting, Including elec-
Taylor. Since Sunday Davis al"W < tion and construction of small aboard the light cruiser USS RAINFALL More than 225 persons attended Johnson. The new directors will SSA REPRESENTATIVE HERE tion of new officers, after lunch.

? has started work on a new apartment units on the loll asa Manchester. Rain fell on the average of one the "open house" at the new replace Coker, ,Shrlgley, Parks,I Prompt application by qualified Dismissal will be at 1 P,m.
building on two lots adjacent on result, of a hearing before the out of every three days In Stuart Red Cross headquarters on West Johnson and Keith, all of whom persons for retirement or Among I hading State officials
Ua east which he owns. Zoning Board of Adjustment at DISTRICT AGENT VISITS In November U. 8. Weathr 5th St. Dec. 1 Doors were open I have served from two to five survivors benefits that have been expected are, Mrs. Rex T. Wl:.h-

PLEDGES city hall Friday mornln,. Miss Ethyl Holloway, district Observer John If Mann, reports. from 7:30: until 11 pm. and visitors years.J52.0M. earned under the Federal old- ers assistant State supervisor of
OF SOUGHT With all board members! present home demonstration!! agent The month's total was 3 68 Inch- were greeted by Miss Mary age and survivors Insurance home economics education and
PRESBYTERIANSAnnual except John M. Law, Jr., the spent Tuesday the office here es falling on 10 days with three- Shackelford chapter executive IN PERMITS program was urged today by R. Miss Lucy Lang, State advisor,
board rezoned Lots 17-20,23 and of the horn demonstrationagent. fourths of an Inch on Nov. 29 secretary,, and shown throughthe Nine building prmlts with a C. Oehrken, Jr., manager of the who Is expected-to arrive here
Presbyterian financial pledges' by 30-44 from residential A to residential Miss Holloway expressedher being the heaviest single day building. The vlsltdrs Included total valuation of $52000 were I West Palm Beach office of the tonight.
will\ be Church merpbers B. The lots are boundedby appreciation for the Martin fall The month's total was .92 many from outoftown.New Issued by Building Inspector1 Social Security Administration
II -m. sought Sunday at the: Hibiscus: Ave., Riverside Drive County home demonstration Inches above the! November average chairman of committees John N. Mann for the City of Hs announced that a represen- LEGION POST TO MEE'!:'. .
service at the Woman's3ub Stuart during! November, It was tative would be In Stuart at the '
and and Oleander Av*. __program. appointed _Friday night are Harold Johns Post 62. Amer-
wnbers In the afternoon from George F. Hironimus, disaster; disclosed tms week The valuation court house beginning at 10 a,m ican Legion, will meet In regular
' Carrtel' announced Tusy. -I FAMED WRITERS' HERE FOR 'WINTER Miss Flora Stanley, disaster I est this year with the hllh-j I and transact other bust.ness East 5th St. at I, tonight

for the IftArnnnn alllnff tr..... nurse; Kenneth SttmmeU, first ranging from $1,000 $ I under the. program. I
aid; Harris Lowery Jr.,' water '
"lung! have heart organized and i iW : To, reader .whose specialty Is which confront the traveler. He < Wise' latest books are "Amer safety; Dorothy Tuck,Junior Red
lapel meet for dinner at the horse the name "Cap'n Flagg" has mailed out a number of fishIng ica The Background of Columbus : Cross; Mrs Travis, volunteer 602 Attend, 'Successful'Art THEIDESHltb
Sunday noon. Dr. Carrlel I guide and finds only one services Mrs, R. M.' Smalley,
of and The of Columbus" ;
Aid :comment because Mystery -
It 1s needs no. -
the $4,100 budget
possible omission; recipe for ; twitiuWni
nursing; Mrs R. A. Tunley horn iH Wr >ur looP tlM St.
ui be underwritten by sundown his years as columnist for the cooking fish. Realizing the shortage published In 1945. Other service, and Miss Smith, ". .Hk _os 19Is..
"Way.' On Team Backus word Include and Arm- Show at Civic CenterStuart's r Ku..... Tim*. for Smlto'o4nt ,
A Joe i he ha "Empire
National Horseman magazine I' of newsprint suggested '- public Information. .' AM I konr !. KtlMtn, for hivkt
Captain and will be aided by and for Northern newspapers a supplement along this line ament" f Putnam's, 1818)); The .* I kmin II MlniitM (>r .... Cm.IMkU '
'barlea Alderman. Jr., Ralph However'as' sport fishermen InStuart. 'which he may attempt unless Long Arm of Lee" (Bell,,1816)); h- W. H. Mlt..k.ILA..H I
*II'tJ and W. C, Armor. Team B .' Mr. and Mr*. Maurice the fish get to biting so fast and "The Call of the Republic" (Dut- GARDEN CLUB EXECUTIVE I first art exhibition In Charcoal: '1st "Mrs. B" by m.r w..M. A.L.M.W I' ..

'Main/ .Is Enrtn: r. .Johnwlck Flagg should be Introduced as .furious and he can't tie his finger ton 11111): "Th Turn of the BOARD LUNCHEON GIVEN recent years closed after two-, Edith N. Burt, 2nd "Johnntt"by tilt, .., I..S'. t.,. 'j'IS
WJ Includes John M. Law, Jr, winter resident* at the to that keyboard long Tide" (Holt, 1820)); "Hegemon-- day showing Friday night "a Katherine A. Morton. IS iii, ), ... '141 ...,
1.,' B. Kraft and 0. A. Lees. and new Although u'd: enough. He ha spent the past ies' (Roberts, 1122)); !The Great Th executive board of the pronounced success worthy of It IrST 9116: alt, 167D .
..m C .Is David M. Marshall. lantic Court business, nail Still 20 winter on Miami Beach and Crusade" (Dial 1930)i "Wood- Garden Club was entertained at repetition" according to FIne Oils: 1st"California;Coast" by _-.16 II .IU 14,16: 14.211 1PAII .lot. 8411D" MI
iPUin. T. T. Oughterson, W. from active Ink this Is his first visit to row Wilson the Disciple of Revo-' a covered dish luncheon last Friday ArIA Guild President/ H. R. Stef-; A. C, Chadbourn; 2nd. "Stow, It 16:66 nu, 409 6,60DM I
r. Pacet and ** p, bt,0101180n, feel the surge his of veins printer and his 0 lution" (Paisley 1938) and Th at the Bewails Point home fens. During the two open hour- I Vt., Covered Bridge" by Fred- If .11" .00 Ism '.1!'
course through HISTORIAN-AUTHOR Stuart..j Background History". (Privately Of Mrs. W. A. Palmer who was Thursday night 131 person erick Mulhaupt; 3rd, -Head of <(
"JOY EAL Ri'DE' stay her! will net Martin Countyan TO WORK; ON NIW published 1940). assisted by Mra., r. D. Jones viewed the more than 100 piece Boy" by Edith N. Burt; honor :
1 CONSTELLATION"syor untold amount of tree mailed.pub Another distinguished new He Is a native of Richmond Member present were Mrs. WU of art displayed and 467 more able mention "House In Maine" THE WEATHER'
' licity. He Us already winter guest who arrived this son of the'I.te Hon. John 8. WIN laford R. Leach. Mrs. J. J:. Taylor cam Friday afternoon and by May N. Wallace, 1.! 4 ,
: Phirp-Kici. and Bert hit first Florida weekly newsletter Star week-is Jennings C, Wise who and the grandson of Governor Mrs. I L. Decker, Mrs.'Harry night. Watercolor: 1st "Bahamian th. ma- k as "M,64 ; '
;ueaer left WMham field alrt to the Minneapolis It .U now working on a, historical Henry Alexander Wise of Vir Swlnglehunt Mr*. W. C. Armor Judging In flv* ,elasses with Balladeer", Katherine A. Motr, .1"".. ,I. N.... U. --mb" 0""W. '
! !ov. M MM, nw to Veroci Journal WhIch will distribute book ol 17th Century,' Virginia ginia. H* I to a graduate of VMI Mr*. Henry B. Rain, Mr*. L. Ash- pastels eliminated was don by) ton; Ind, "Mexican Street, oIt, .11. st"A6 T Im- -" .. .
' wiier ttNgr wer* guest through a syndicate. i He 1 Is a sporUmart and his buntIng and served a* an officer in the by Arbogast, Mrs. J. r. Bosone) Eda ,s. Benson, Anna, C. Griffith I Erwin,, r Johnwlck; 3rd. "Sea- = Ml:.*>' ,.
"astern .Air' unes In Genial by nature, Cap1* Flagg dog, an Irish sitter la his Army until he resigned to study Mr*. Curtis Whltlcsr, Leon E.: and P. H. Chadbourn Friday I view by f Katrtna. Carlberg; D. '
' hourfltiDt Msenger like first of all to help people. Mrs follows honorable ment.on, "Lucinda i :: ;.2 H: .if.ift
folk constant companion. They art law at the University of Virginia Ashley, Mrs. Tracy Martyn. night as : :r : -. '
i,01" s7bU flat letUltoldth. located at the, C. M. Walker wb!r* h* received a B L. hi IWO Howard W. Wall, Mrs. O. W. Sculpture: lat "Mother* by House by Miss/ Carlberg flower
ftled >its taU : ...- back horn "How Get tojrtor-\ bom on SemlnoU: Ave. and He bias been acclaimed by' both Conrad UrL J. Y. Harper Mr*. Mrs. Mary Carrlel. '' Iroup 'b, Alfreda. Hogartn]: :: I: ,.11.441 I IS i!
'Iera and I .-.at. The ":That included whata much pleased with thi locality foreign and American scholars J., C, Backus.' Quest wr* Mrs.Ryal ., Black and whit*: lat, six commercial i"Hung" I by Thelma Dart, and -
to -
:"at, reached an altttade' 11f. .- routes a*fILcWU4&eonSection. after ,previous winterip on the as one of the outstanding historians ) Miller of Atlanta and Mr. design*-by Vema Gam. ,'"LSTs on Beach* by Wendell D.16 INCHES. RAINFALL- .11
' eH an4 ivcpMd gt 4tt mile I o d g 11;a tW 9 west coast. ', of big era. C. T Noyes of.Sewalli Point. ble. Waters t, .... "tl '
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I'I';if: ; i i Vets _Bow_ Endicott-: Play Fort 'Here Saturday

\ t.' I'. MILLIONS LICENSES, 282.000 for the privilege of huntIng GINO GUIDICILEADS i-HERE TONIGHT __ Golf should do so with. absolute re' ,. Game Best our
11" I I', r fiI I I The |lure of field and stream tnd !fishing during the fiscal '., ImprovedBy taxation. golf,the \result will be indtoi.
\ f t: J reused sportsmen of six States year 19(7, according to C. Parker Now let'a 'all step t n'tQ the tlon, and what! indigestion

_, {I{: 1 I. I of the Southeast to pay out (3; U.Persons 3. Department regional director of Commerce of the VISITORS Using Only Two Clubs first ice with the. same feeling indigestion sat W< all know hot ton
I aa we have when we sit down to lise our knives,
!. I', .; "I'' to eat the feeling of contentment spoons, M let* move IIICI
1./1'/,, (1 j T019-12 WINFred (EdUorl, Note: Thin to the Suppose we Just' take a mashie and< satisfaction learn how to use our clubl along, w
j, : ( ; $ ,r f"a fhst'of a terlei/ of talks on gfilfing / and a putter and start out round If we do not relax:.when we alt (Continued next weeks)
t t.\ t tu prevented hy ,"Andy Hunt the course for the walk and the
": ;I.' ,j ",' : 0g, 4j Rein, Tucker Score At et, muly-tu'ijulrej/ / professional/ fresh air and Incidentally to hit --,
1 Stuart Loses 3rd of
\ I a ball 1 bet we come back witha
Season at! tlit Martin County Cwt I and
,1 HOST, Club bettet score than If we carry
Jr \" : f The powerful football out Country -) our full quota of clubs Santo
'j' fit from the North Side Soc.:I i 'sAntiquyShop i iIn
r rit. By ANDY HUNTER If we do this, we will be concentrating
t ; FINE I sal and Athletic Club of II. Golf was organised as manyof on two clubs, so that
Lndicott N, Y. combineda lat* know what '
f you know, when a shepherdwith r we will exactly \The Majestic A lents '
: brilliant running and paninir I I. whole they can do tor us
9 I attack with a rf Afrfrn/1 sec* 1 a mountainside to I have had good results from Vay
I ;and half defensive-to(r;defeat t RAYMOND WOLF himself hit a atone with hIt pupils who did this; that U why Oil Painting Restore Artists

I the Stuart Veterans 19.12 on "hear" Wolf, lead Foolball coach crook. With plenty of space and I'd like you to try it. Broken CrMrs 'na and Bric- irac Mendel
H'' Too of us from six ,
!the leisure, he has developed his!! many carry
; p high school field her ut the University of Florida, will j into to 14 clubs and don't know whatto ellie Pezz it. owner
i Sunday afternoon before hitting a game which was
10" jpiest ftpeulter lit the Kiwanis do with them. Lets be careful
\ 'j dDYER'S DRY GOODS more than 1,000 sun-baked Club's annuiil,, xitbuH banquet later to throw his!! less fortunate not to press for distance with
fang brethren into schoolboy antics the mashie. Just play the regu-
qr! With Oils-second 1947 meeting for the Martin County High( ol ecstasy or to plunge them Into lar mashie awing Three mashie
I It between the two teams Endlqott! bclKXit' football l learn at the Woman flu of exasperation and despair shots should place tM ball on Now Und Per 1 Supervision of
A closed Ita season with nine wins I Club tonight, The shepherd with Just his almost any par 4 green Allow E RLJ )UCAN,
t, : .: In 10 games For Stuart It was few score sheep had the best of :2 z for putting. We make he hole net
the aaon's second straight loss I KIWANIANS TOLD I It. He had no other worry In In 5. Therefore wftjnould get
1 I and third In eight starts this I KEY CLUB'S AIMS j the world beyond th m. We have around In 90 with J lurk far mashle.
f I tall I t; our business worries and only and putter. ST. BAR
However the Vets are looking The Key Club of Martin County -, too often we take our worriesto Try this and let me know
". I forward to a comeback Saturday High School with Principal; the golf course with us That whether you think it worthwhile, ST. L ; RESTAURANT
: I at I pm when they entertain Erwin F, .John wick leading the I Is a fatal mistake When we Now, I will approach the fun- I. H NAND losses
k, 'I' the Fort Pierce Red Raiders In discussion had charge of the do this, we may aa well save our damentals of the golf awing To UI4DEa ra !tort or ANDY TSUMAS
L 1: a return match. Stuart recordeda programat the weekly noon; green teas and go home begin with I will take relaxation. eP SUNDAYs
1 20-0 victory over the RaidersIn meeting of Kiwanis!! at the Wom.an' Golf should be a relaxation When we sit down to eat we do Line of WINES
} Fort Pierce last month. Saturday 4 Club Friday from all worries To some people so In ease with the aim to eat. fndJQUORS
I 1 m 's game will be the third of In a quesllon-and-answer It .Is an added worw, ,This When we alt down to rest we
1 /a four successive games at home btyle, Johnwlck had ;several I should not be so .
I for the Vets. I members ot too school organlza-' Now, folks, let a all get together -
t!; ; Paced by the slippery Olno{lion explain what the Key Club on improving our' golf
::1 Ouidlcl Endicott drove to three Hands for and what Its trying
..;, I. ,f touchdowns In the first 14 to accomplish Taking part were /
To The Reside of
I 00// minutes of play and then fought Lamar Howard, John Haromy, Endicott Team ,
I,' i j jI Our lady, w.4h. to admit off a reviving Stuart eleven that '''Uoyd Campbell, Harris Wall, ,
1' toot actual umr. yt.gi can barely missed evening the count Herbert Tucker, Charles Hall
f I''
I ; toll u.s few ti .a d th.y dol The visitors rolled up 13 first I and Joe Smith. Key Club president Enjoys Royal
'''i .woo give tolls to u. downs as they gained 201 yardson Arthur Henry presided and Stuart and Martin
; .bout bow marv.l h.u M.yI' the ground and 76 more In the Johnwlck was introduced by Coitity:
I 'j' :/ taP ar..d tM b.migbty M.ytafi aold-to man than any air, Stuart made 8 first downs,38 Program Shalrman Hall. 5-Day VisitDined
: 1'I lad u toll you,too otter wades.).If you daat know yards on the ground and 122 In C. A. "BUI" Porter orally resigned -
Wliy not ak w of them any owns,mull ba glad to gi.. the air. as the newly-elected vice- "
I, A combination forward-lateral and wined to their We the members of the frtin County Veterans Athletic, Association, are
of who Uva president ot the Kiwanis Club
bout M yU( b.4 you {a a you tha naiiwi MUM hearts content
I'i ,:, scow wuh.r?You. t.rel.' n.ar you. Talk to than, pmmally pass play from Cecil Eatep to giving the press of his!! boat much more than and Uvy obviously had expected sincerely thankful to all of.yo who assisted in our ant tainment of the football
1 : tim,Irwndi or n. i n among or by pbona, sod std mil Pat SergI to Joe Longo covered building business as the ;re- the ; officials'of here
19 yards for the first Eudlcou, *. Endicott N. Y football : team and Its Endi It, N. Yt last week. The enterprise was a
know grettable" caua
the inillioniof otlug tic M.y. aaactly what you want to I team and its officials left
I own n (ova 3 million -firit-hand.gl short peore to end,la 58-yard drIve. A by bus and private car for homeat I complete success: financially) nd otherwise, and we areQulIy assured that ,ovri\
Stuart punt set the
1" t, SAW-WAV DIS1 O L UNITS MYERS PUMPS next tally with Olno up Ouidlcl LATE OFFENSIVE 8:45: a.m. Monday vi.itora had a truly wonder I five-day stay. The associa&ni ts deeply, apprecu-l t
So ended five full
"l y passing 20 yards to Joe Fisanl of almost nearly days live of the all-out hospita* attitude of Martin County m
Segerstr m Plumbing Co. for the TD Sergi add d the extra continuous-activity tovisitors'
part climaxed by their
from '
: JL NSEN BEACI F PHONE 15&J3I A point pass Interception placement on, the FAILS, TIGERSBEATENJM3 19-12 victory In the game with A financial: statemen or the sit weak period beginning NOT, .10, 1947 wilt

\ 4 first second quarter play founded the Stuart. Veterans Sunday afternoon appear in The Stuart Nefi not later than Dec. _24.
: the third Endicott touchdown. a man they expressed -
I I '2& Joe Cords bucked from the 1 for heartfelt thanks for the
reception and entertainmentthey
: ; the score 58 yards Stuart for Its Immediatelydrove first scor had received, and tentativeplaits Martin C/unty Veterans Athletic\Association
; Get You have been made for the
with a 2)-yard pass play from The Martin I County High Stuart-Endicott
Warren Shipes to Fred Rein games becomingan
Tigers closed out a generally -; annual
i netting I the pointer, The drab 1947 football season affair -" ---
1'1,1 seating l i play came immediately with an awe-inspiring Wcond toKWcmm -
F after another one half offensive that Fort fierce
; in which Shlpes.passed to Jack Eagles barely managed stave I
t L Hartman who made a beautiful off for an It-13 victory on the
15-yard run after the catch fora Jaycees Field in Fort Pierce Sat- VAF-T
touchdown only to have it urday nIght.
: .',. I called back for Stuarts back. The baffled Tigers were victimized FORCED TO
field being in motion. by three Eagle touch
I. Midway In the third period down punches in the first quarter
Stuarts Jim Tucker blocked an and early portion of the second
attempted punt by Endicott period before suddenly I
> from its 38 scooped up the banking out with the TDs of Building Sold and to be Moved O r Premises
,I bouncing pigskin and ran It unmolested their own aa they completely
I to the end zone to close dominated In,the latter two-
I play 1
I I'd .iq 9it the day'a scoring. Charles Hall's thirds of the contest. The Eagles
}r ,4 attempted placement for the finally stifled the Stuart offensive I \
it I extra point was wide to the left. in the last quarter which 'Ie

Scora o, tiurt.nin resolved I into punting dual and Christmas
\ *,cut II" .-1. of All Joshing Rods
\ ..... won by a much smaller margin
''II I of wearing *''''rt 0 a S .11OfflI.I.
rane than had been the general ex-;
Hdt ; 9.J { : H.rrl. Lowery Jr Larry
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arJbarel! foreverwnember Pry Nalpk W. H.rlmo A. M ebnelx pecta tlon. i
; and Jk.k U C........ dir
; The defeat was Stuart ixlh
r P It S
of .. .. ...
P Pint d. 'r. II < straight and eighth against two
f th amity. Not..... att_.Iued..... Rmoo4 1.1 II a.P. II wins during the 10-game season I e

t i l'I p J h_.. ...........d.... ,evd ,7. However, the touchdowns brokea i
AIf : "Where Quality Meets r.... ,ht.roet.d aiad by I I scoring drought that had existed LESS THAN % PRICE <0 BEI MANUFACTURERS COST
i f 6p Econorav" Yo ..,.... ........,1... 18 .IPU.1o !; since Clewlaton was whipped

I If' Ave. ,d.. Duals -s S ,1.1 here Oct 24. ,
1\:1\\\ Ir ;\ I \ak.'f.\.., ,d.. ....u'h. I.'I'A. 11.7 Per .t weather conditions
GREENE'S DRY COO CO. i prevailed for the contest which
Yd. alt kick. .gl1l/4 eel III

;: 1 '1'i 1'\\ .Owa P.,a./ll...b./tumble.... -.....d. I: S 1 I both was enlivened schools More by bands than from 1,000 E I .BOAT RODS (RejgJ! at, $9.50): ) 'mm*" $3.95{
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i ::1. Jl f: i i' Ys.. .... ....w.. 10' I fans witnessed the game

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r g,, lal' Tor Him aY"' DRUG STORE ati BRIDGE. RO (RetailVt $15.50)$6.95)

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& ; OLD SPICi' HELENA RUBINSTEIN here in StuCrt at this address. We will be open from now .until' Christmas from

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Mi and Mrs. Robert Lee Hooks of Imlui' town lime announced the ,
'bogs ment of her daughter.'Irginia( May Leitner, to J Jesse! lArnoII
I I Jr.. of Hobe Sound. The marriage a ill (bilks place within the, ,
.Kit few weeks. w i
Miss Leitner moved to Martin Gnintv with her poi eats two years Q
ago from Orlandd where she .received her e ,(graduated from Orlando High( &-hoolln IW A popular\ member "
il the younger\ social set there'' she was a member nf the Dixie Deb
,Sorority and other social and "scholastic org-ii izutl m. \ ; tsl
Hit fiance grew! up here and ft well-known f for ouM' in ling records< in ;
variout high school, and ,eml-pnfessinlUlllpnrt., He was a charter Z
nnnlwr of.1M school band and has made a profession (if Ins musical
talent. having played l ; In a numher of orchestras here and irt West .
Palm Beach. Ha was graduated from Martin County High SthnoliHrmW ..
the University of Fi >rida. and mode a distinguished military nnaoysJ .
word! as a lieutenant in the Army Air Forces during the war

Tie young couple will maLe their home in Hobe 1 Sound, a


Miss Connie Segerstrom, who .

has been employed at a modelIn \ 'I.J!
New York City returned home ;; t N '
for a visit with her parents, Mr. ,I., A
and Mrs. Harry Seg>ratrom She \ ( A
left for West Palm Beach Monday -
MRS 0. QUIGLEY where she will be employedby f" IS 1
the Western Union for the
Charles Conrad wu formally I winter ....udn.I ,f I e aI
elected president of the Salerno I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler
Civic Association at iU Dec. 3III&Unl of Fr-emont Ohio, are at Pitchforc s Sweaters.)
School. Oth- ;
at Salerno
m elected are Jack Saunderson, Mr.s and for Mrs another Cortle season Schroeder ,r Put ChifUma* 'Right In Hit Prized for Chrittmat a
lee-president; W. D. Blanton, of Stuart were guests of Mr. and Ns Hand WU Clovet Button.front Cardigan or .
usurer Jack Baunder- {9i8, Askint for Sport Iii
; Mr Mrs R. S. Robertson Thursdayfor Casual Long sleeved Pullover -ft'j
ion, orcjlni,I tecretafy. and dinner and bridge, and EverWay m Natural Choice of Cotort Tablecloths I !
II in, Gladys Perry, corresponding 3lack. \
rown an Floral prints
wnaryTh Mr:and Mrs. Curt E. Schroederand patterns
.sou. Larry of Brooklyn, N. and lace "
officer and five others to the '
Y arrived Friday spend .
mprtse the board of dlrectortIn
season here They are now with
other director are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peckalii on h
Ivrty Shelton, P.' :3. Scotten, Indian River Drive. ,
M Homan. Roy Dicker and
!Dlton Mr and Mrs. John Alrd of 9
Carlton. Lake Pleasant N. Y. arrived if I ,
kftral member were \
new {
Friday and will spend the season
tallied at
to the association
at their winter home here on
this meeting It 1 II of Increasing Indian River Drive. RE 1
merest and pride to Salerno ; fJ '\
Rev. and Mr J. B. Buckyof
M the association to have such The *
tolehearted and enthusiastic Akron, Ohio, arrived Satur a
day and are at the home of Mr
"Pport from Its people
and Mrs W. H. Barnett until
On Sunday afternoon there their home In Rio I II completed He's Always Pleated When You Handbags
11 a good turnout of men andwen Mrs A. A. Hendry and son, Pick Pajamas and 'specially when
who worked on the Sa- Alvin and John, were In Wet They'so Manhattan or Wm:*. Solid f 3 Square or Elongated Box i.\
erne Park In their endeavor to Palm Beach Friday, or Striped Styles Coat Modelt Bags and Quintagonal j,
It attractlTtr: It 1* hoped 0
Look New
Shapet Smartly
Mrs C. H. Alderman was host D' !
ii Size A to + c3e 7
T lOOn win be able to put In"tacue
ess to her bridge club at Soy In Sleek, Shiny Calfskins s '
The Christmas pll.l. mour'* Inn Tuesday afternoon, ZELAN JACKETS Black Brown, Green .,
tree 1
ten busy with plant for the High scores were made by Mill' SPORT and Red IIie. I
"Uvt! community celebration. Elizabeth Robertson and Mr* Zipper fronts, t h o r t
Other presen
'recle4 a planned to )have; a large tree Adolph playing were Mn Betty Alderman models and coat models 1 TOWELS a,
on the memorial park .Mr* E. J. Ward Mr*.Lewfc W Warm showerresistant.By a
roll from Scotten Store one Whites and colors Face
Mrs. R. 8. Robertson Manhattan
Old Dixie Highway, which Gamble and Mrs Manhattan and cloths to match !
U be lit all week Mr: Charles and )
up Christmas Airman. All! colors "
[*night before Christmas out- Minnie Klpp ShirtcrafSolids a
W woviet will be shown: ThisiE 4 *!
prelude a .vei? pleasurable j mlttee Will Santa Claus ta W l ll
am six planned by the com- there? Just wait and sees I rIV4! : plaids dndch

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Exclesiv de rs l f kin i ,
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Solet colors j
Leather and prints '
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I tll"I'. .: i I SOCIAL" NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART. News ROn Items Telephone far f tkb ig W'*p.HM,>n nut M \Wednesday i iW each::Of the flee aewepap'

1. ,..' MRS. MART HARTMAN, Society :EiZl1

1, tt( t( '4 t( 'C -t( t( PrevailsAt tog the week. The Christmas ant If WI keep In our minds the I A kilowatt .fa 1,000 #.,ttt.
Christmas Theme HQme'Demonstration fact that we all trying to than I Early; Unitdl State
: 1i \ P .11 dinner should oe a pleasant- I g''?1i1 1 pia
i I 'I t" casion and It will be more pleas with less fortunate people. I'Wer4: df4ntel .ited In platlaUnl.YJi.

'' 1 I'' tt! Specials for Christmast | Meeting of Garden Club jgggWfg -, _. --___ __ -

IIi' I NotesBy '' =
1 A gorgeous array of Christmas\ Ida Federation of Garden Clubs,
I ] : j| Sheaffer Fountain Pen Seta $8 to $23.50 | decorations thrilled the members which they attended SaturdayIn MISS LUCILE INSCOE
of the Garden Club of Stuart at
'1': .1 S? Pens alone '" ...... ...... $5 to $10 & the meeting Monday. A life- Miami. Mrs. J, T. Boson In, It always does something to
sized Santa,,Claus centered the: her horticultural talk, gave the
: 1 H$ '. $ Stratowriter (Gold) ... ... ... '.$15 M' stage amid a bower of evergreensand legend of the polnsettia the, a person to his when own he liking creates regardless something -
polnsettia The mantel Christmas flower-and exhibited -
Fountain Pen Desk Sets with Jet piece featured the Nativity. specimens of unusual flowers of how simple. Then Is
j : nothing! satisfying. The moneyvalue
i 4w 2' Mrs. Wlllaford R. Leach presided and ornamental tress. Mra.
of th e \ productmay
t f t Crystal Base ,. .$16 to $40 g Milwaukee. Dr. George was introduced F Barber by of president Swlnglehurst and, new Garden 2nd Center Vice be small compared to the L., ,
boost it the > *.n i ** li ia*>
,w 4 'Mrs.. E. C. Young chaplain pro chairman, presented three new person who has
created tt.
I' I tern and the Invocation anda horticultural books to the J1-
i: K OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT brief Christmas address. The brary garden center which had It\ has been Interesting recently -
to work with the.home dem- Christmas Gifts for DaW Mother j
club rose In silent tribute to the been donated by members. onstration women of Martin ,
late Samuel W. Tnylor honor The following new memberswere ,
THE STUART NEWS | of club.: welcomed by Mrs. Taylor: County In a crafts project. They 1
._. ary member the have
planned and worked
Following reports of the officer Mrs. W F, Sims Mrs. W. C, simple Christmas gifts A fine out Son and Daiif hter t
PHONE 300 ? Mrs.Leach, Mrs.J.E.Taylor German Mrs. Earl J.Dare Mrs.
spirit of
cooperation hat been'
f j and Mrs. Harry Swlnglehurst ,Norris Cossaboom. Mrs.. Harris .
y 9 shown skills and
gave interesting accounts of the Lowery Mrs. Henry C.-Frey, Mrs. inforqeatton the Whole
methods have been family
t t >>;); ); )'j'j-a. ); )i 6th District,meeting of the nor.I Russell J. West and Mrs. J. R. the members. As a culmination shared by

i( i:'(' ( '':'4?(' , ,<<'.(i t( t.'g' !( t( t( sented Trnxnl each Mm with J. Y a,shoulder Harper! l bouquet prc-- of with this the project educational, and In practicesof keeping Sporting Goods\. Electric: *! Appliances .
of hr own creation. Mrs.
L. E..Ashley Introduced the vlat. the, home demonstration program Fishing Talkie Irons Toasters
I -1 i .exhibit has been, arranged ,
I hors who were presented hibiscus -
in the Florida
Power and
from a collection of II varieties Wheel floods Broilers ,
Light Company window. If you
!' a aI' of pastel shades grown by: are Interested In seeing what has
i i
EEL.aPoinjte' Dr. and Mrs. Talmadge Wilson 1 been done along l this line Slbtei Radios*A
and distributed her to the
R throughout the county, try to
; I I !j. I States.visitors from several different take look.,time. to stop by and take a Beach Umbrellas I. luorescent Christmas ,.

j !I Mrs.lucky W. numbers C. 'Armor for announcedthe the gift If you desire Information'' or I Folding Lawn Cfiairs Tree Lights ,?j.
instructions about of the
prize, which were won by a visitor any
\ articles contact the office of,the

S Mrs floral,E.Miss displays C. Young.Kathryn for The dinner Goeti Christmas tables and home The demonstration craft chairman agent.who' arranged -. C- Our A\sortmeJt\ t t.is Surprising.i fi

the exhibit are Mrs. Margaret -

9 BEFORE BUYING YJUR( ed Mrs.mantels by L.Mr E.and*Ashley. L.consoles Ashby and were Mrs.Arbogast Doro-judg-., S.C.X M.D.Van Fletcher Bever Ness, Salerno, Indlantown Palm,City and;;'>Mrs.Mrs.Mra. | CHECK OUR INDOWS DAILY j

i thy Tuck. Awards went to Mrs.Leach '
CHR TMAS GI Mrs. Swlnglehurst. Mp. Ida: Rider Tropical Farms. AIC S HAT LAST"HESS
The 4-H club Girls have experienced -
H. H. Thayer, Mrs. Ashley and
\ : A SMALL DEPOSIT ESERVES f OUR SELECTION i Mrs. Arbogast. the month this same as feeling they have durIng I
: A mostlnu.ual illuminated
worked together in making an HMDWARE
LAY-AWAY PLAN F\R) YOUR CONVENIENCE' Christmas tree was arrange by assortment of simple Christmas C0s
Iii' J' Mrs. Sims, who acted as Santa rakles. It is
surprising to see
I i assisted by Mrs. A. C. Courson how much learning can come BOX N |ONE 38 or 216 FLA. '
distributed '
t 1{ J and Mrs. Joe Phllp. They from a project of this sort.
WE DO UR OWN plants. .H)several those hundred present. living m... .>> )a '& ););); ):)i );
Don't forget' to Include some --- -
.; t i ; a Richard Smalley, Red Cross citrus fruit In'your Christmas b '
i Va1vIiCRYSTALS chairman, thanked the club for dinner. Just to be different, try + iVV aZ "e."as'ti. +a'+le a'+w'
'1 < tNORAV1NO its' generous donation to the broiled grapefruit. Be sure that
i FITTED Christmas fund" for sailors away you do not over-cook |It and that

Vfi) \I/IW 'from Mrs.home.Arbogast introduced Fred you do serving.not allow When it properly to stand pre-before STUART/JEm/ SHOP
L. Hall who moving pictures
'I sowed pared, ,It is delicious.
jie had
: t e X'C Mrs. Royal Miller} of Atlanta Now that ;;;;;;-maker. are
i a recent house guest of the president beginning to make plans and
I : arC UME JEWELRY sent copies of receipts for stock up staple foods for that 4
crystallzed grapefruit\ to Stuart Christmas dinner it Is very Important
i' 1, ,i I .Victor/ Arcade Stuart" Fla. Ii club members. that we plan definitelynot ?
The hostesses, Mrs. FranklinD. to have more food than will
I \\ 1 1C Jones, Mrs. Howard Neail. be eaten. If,In past years, food
.C ???ati a i iml ia ::a ); ,, )t [Mrs. O. 0. Bennett ,,land Mrs. has been thrown out at the end K
of the day, plan a little less. If
'I, however, you'do find yourselfwith
f t left-overs, they should be
used In some different way dur-

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Specializing .l.

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1 I Horn/ Made Pastries! eM 1

del S .11 ;


Chops $295

'and For .lt.r 'ty ee
wtr.w YO Do Not Have To Look An]
Seafood the breed Remount Your 1

Dinner D. fisher."I HAVE IT" jpi.nwndsFINE
fly w them 4.Sit
w4 WATCHES r, < i I In A Superlative
91' ski.ass food. Tl+ nsodd erhsy DIAMOND$ I Up-Tc-D

Mounting, Made
t ww' JEWELRY Our'Own
., Ir Bp>F Lunches SILVER PLATE '
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Prepared err v HOLLOW TABLE!; :' WARE?',

1 '. for \ Many Other. !Items, Too NIL -. M.stlp! :+

I V C ishermen Sam Continenza*'Succ..eller To t''.F. t O.

HALL'S ELECTRIC "219 West .First ,Street''

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FOR SALE MALE HELP WANTED II 111111111111I11 iiimiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMiiiimiuiiiiiiiii FIVE CROUPS JOIN new home on Camden Ave and %&shot -

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIHIIIIMiiii-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1111111111111111111111111111111111I1 11I111I1 i lllllllilllllliHiiii NOTICES njiiiiiiiiiiMlllillin.......... i FOR YULE PARTY 6th St. They: hue been living, N01TO 1!: I ADVUrl8aMaN1' at-lit-it.%. F-g!ea.t rrF

FOB SALE In Salerno, ........mI I RECORD KEEPER for/erman. RUMMAGE SALS by P,E.0. SI k. BY BAPTSTSThe In the Fulford home on Camden I lor, """ .06 ,THE" I rUBLICIhal .. ... .a. Pont". '
and simr"
lfIm apartment garage fish ent eml n.hour Ap. we, ,I I "" 11 I I ...!*..d'','., anal, := ;I v 5 E:
l house : work ..plymeL! torhood I to m. Saturday. He 1 II employed In the meat department ,,, ,. u1:4.1: ..... of all a" roM boilers. or
five _
l circle
/portunit .
completely quipped. Ai ]) leader of the thow" IN othur hibervaied Is"it
B for Dee 1J, at WU Ordway Mo. of the A & P Store. .r' ": h"A .. A-we, St.- ....1..... /I
Ji r7''h *. Cold Storage unit' young and man trAing' trainIng -tore Building tl 11 Baptist Missionary: Boom: Joined ... .F..j Pilots....". d l-basis.I..M... rarrowit urbe BRUCE: AND, EDRIIi..
leeurlt"/Write Jobi sor .
., Electric beat l a* a committee to ,I.... ,is ...,. MARRY AND MATTLKIII.Dm
hoistI00 fL 01 waterfront. M. Uw Jr, Flar/a Power and LIMITED. tore d efflcepact stage the Mills Evelyn Burton of Binghamton lo-r'had. r nu"" Strips d 1. with to. ... .Isgrawk.. I U. U. 86. a .& I. late. \

n.-trailer I Light Compan Stuart, Tek .,liable In net Dohon buildIng annual Christmas party of the N. Y, 1 II spending two but be" reat ''h. _. .,._ .ad ;
ATIS Is FEE WORD ORDIN. tamper Yacht built or Alee tourist phone SO 11. ; Several Mod residentiallots groups Tuesday afternoon at the Week with Mr. and Mrs. E F. .",,,,,."oes.,1,,, I"tC "IV a---debts animated I -14' well tre M -

MINIMUM U* FOR 11O&DS Sol*. 9 Sea skiff for at $(SO *aJh. Se Arthur church annex Potted polnsettla Bchnurbusch at their I.,.", Me I or r.. guy ....11I re.Ilsell KOTIcI: t

Jo FSB WORD CAM- Moton With Chrysler SAL MAN Dehon' Dehon jfldg. Phone 11 *. huge sprays of poinsettias Camden on NRkW. ...._ i, tPosyso MARTIN COUNTY, FLOH1D '
and Iwo road M. .
MINIMUM M< FOR 11 boata several smaller IF YOU ARE/n'Del.lI respiUtlble 111 11, 18 and red candle formed a background : Ave home. I I AH EDGAR JOHNSON t
Van-type 1941 nn truck' with/ales -e 1'.U.h", lito, I DfrFMUH II II4
ability or fliern '*' II IH41LEGAL .
r not' of the tH-.Kr.BY
'In seasons color NOTICE II 41IVKN Tkalaaraoanl
goad tondltlon George censed R/I Estate Saleima Frank E. McKay of Mian 1 arrived '
( to 'Stuart. Wir scheme; DVtBTISEMENT lo Borllor II of Chapter a. r

liiuuiuiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiFOR Stuart Gunderson 47.W.. Box 81. or Phone Interest" In a lifetime eoi regardless Mr, A. S. Blair led group ting here Tuesday: to join the IrJeNTION Laws lk.Au.lo of., 194k4 af Florida aawndnwala. Ike foltoolno tkarato.ft .;

RENT if necUolI In the Real Esta Ill; OF 1 TO REGISTER doMrlttd load la Martla Cov.nl Florida.I ,
kFARTMENTS of ing of carol >
qretur elrculated with Mrs. C. L. Bog. press room start of The Stuart "I r IOUS '
buslne-J tool .11 at pulltc ootrrvat
FORIALI where commission. 111 Our less at the and /I"" ., ,. it' '"y irlrrn that the = 'flor lit ..
Venetian blind.: the bfrher' new piano sang a Nws His wife and ton expectto do..'..... ,! BO I. his ask \14. UNNPon' I 'f
Custom40 bracket can I solo "Star of the n" arovlihai of ChapH fil Mi* Caur,kNirf ''',, I. "IN-t.
I Apartment East The ,
by Blitrunk, earn J then contact Join him a* coon a* housing ,I..,,. Stools. I-. '.1 ,,rda. Aetaf II... Flo. litl-! .ho bours of II u'dnvkA
Ine M.nllCount us Else.IN devotional was presented ,11 "--" r. the Ork of the .... ,
) reprtien-! as a accommodation can be found. ( ..4 I .. .k p a. the
tstivsMAll once/We art Nationally, KnowiReal Christmas Mrs. .It Corm" I. |'d for Marti Connolly. H a.r of JANIIAHlf, It'', Toot
it tory by PhilMax..ell.
County Electric Estate Brokers McKay was formerly with the Florida." up" API I of ._ .9 small u. ,...... Itt-AUVa .. aaaHOMt forktaarfw
Coal Phone 7S. U| operat.Ingit iiiiiiiiiiiiniirffiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERVlf The circles divided for Central Press of Miami but since an"Milit. this' I, N% the floptitious' ..... oo .. folloon 0..
It Slates, selling farms brief business M Atrad 41111 fort aarh alda of the
sessions and returned from the an
; a.-A L It -. Reconditioned : bujfne** and residential proper -' ES OFFEREDIllllllllllllllrfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll to gather around a beau. discharge been In business In Miami Navy has is.oll. 10111CANT upirb, I II I'OoD son.was MARKET, I. ...1_. a>A r ups, ., uf Pill.H;ata 4691> wa 1.44 avlaldo ofaiAelpallllaai

W Can be conducted fronJtfr ho.lnt n., prtt, ,I No.aor .b..i,_. "
W Hoover Floor cleaner tifully lighted Christmas tree for at at T af the oaawr itof State foada
Model 15.: 0 ion .-Iowot. Ark",_ 1. ....... "j'
home No to I. af tensile' Mine and Fifty UII!
3 135. Model 450 Hooter floor I nint capital Invest ,PANIC WatK, DRAGLINE AND the exchange of gifts Johnny: Nixon celebrated his li..?...eu... "y*.. H,. 'J I ,hot the r.dl,ldialiKTHIMENT ,. I aa aa>k .,= of ..;.. roatar .... ofwda '
cleaner S3!. Halll Electrlfc I I8erYl. required. We lap pi ]y BULLDCf ING BY HOUR OR Circle leaders are Mr*. Wilson 9th birthday Dec.tl with an Ice IW..... A".n... .. ,h.,.'...., 10 Oeonr I 'lair .heated. otitalda. of ........
.*. Phone 13. if 'ining and supervision; ad. lONTRJLT. F M KELLY McClure Mr, Ronald Cross cream party at the home of his ,..- .., .. "'It 1414 Won 4 Plwokol Interested. that. in Immensity liwaraoraid aiaalrloalltiri.' I I

and necessary nip ND Sin. STUART- AUTO Mr*. L. C. Klckllter, Mrs. Arnold 'parent Mr. and Mrs Bob Ralston .... ..h...., ?MO I go 1.01 by is; trust so IN D111it

FOR SALE--; NDER nW": I lies.emential Real Estate experience ;AMP 1 NOT. 17, Dec. 1 4, 11, It Bauer and Mr. Hastings Munch.Others His guest were Mickey net I 11. 1>, ':;., EDGAR 1, Joe. 1 JOHNSON., 1,4, ': .:..aoutk Pass Rana 188, -U-41 Kemp: 14, Toor". I
ATLANTIC COURT tl< Riverside' Drive Beautiful 1 Write ui. stating ID T IT until It'* too late. present were Mr, WU- Sprinter Warren Rice and Russell .
APARTMENTSSTUART home business background and Lata Itll Md lift, Block, M. Ol.TMIA .
on rlrer lIam
Furnished !l I today for automobile Settles Mrs. J. C. Anthony KellerInterested'in.
1 FLORIDA It living room French win.dows. I fquallfieationi. Earl Dolph al ir ft that you need under Jr., Mrs J. M. Phillips. Mrs Earl NOTlCI co, ON I TO REGISTER Pan 11. I'e.. VAL II H. K 41Tracli I
\Decorated, Fully Equipped fully WESTS FARM AGENCY, INC.,,, Al, NAMEst.N..t
screened Ertest MM
storm tl n financial responslbll- W.C. Lummls Mr ,
I. hor.4sy wo that. tN ... I, III. II II aad l Ml at
a sekeeptint Apartment "blind Within walking dl>- Atlantic Court Apts, Stuart,, it Theodore Dehon *: W. O Penhsy Mrs. Gwendolyn ." ...01.. t 41.0 .1.1n. at Clsap109fix ,<'ITY lOA 11M.. fMtioa It, TJ. II It II:.

V1 kly er Seasonal Rate Unce to Biilncis 1 center, .'Ia. Dec 4, 11 got then pldf. Phone Porter. Mrs. C. H. Munch Mr, .'11,41", will, ) r"wee Laul. .I, losidtot. ., Note 01 41. -....,.. II "-: ,

T FACET, Mcr. schools and churches Mus iiiiiiitiiMiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiWANTED Utf Alice Bentel Mrs W. R. Baker home freezing I%. \.It. cumort I, h Not.the file Cloth.......r. Lota I suit 4.2kork' 1101i Lala ll"AtJ.' i

Telephone 15SR be teen to be appreciated Mrs Leila Clements Mr*. Marvin ...kJ., .... :-rohis. 01 so- II aod 14, Hlorll I II; 1)11 AHK I .
IIr ,. : DITION NO i. a Sakdlrujloa, af 1 "bll.Io. .r u... iteuvrot ... ,.. ,,
Brokers protected. Mn. Davj DO T have trouble with your RoweU,, Mrs William J. Hey- tI.... -.01 '-...111NT 'u Let I South Of R' a. '1. .Pit II, .PAN.
W Dirt IIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII hen t laying; Then win beer. Mrs O H. Wallace Mrs of.foods? SAIrliC, TEL 61. 8-tiei $4. T.II. So ILL) 411

) SALEm LOT WANTED on navigable Hes4Pln-a-mln. Stuart Feed Nora Uptegrove Mrs. K O I ;: :;""blh, ::;, will I;., lot. :aYoNAMPot t Stzi::::: Lou U ina, II. Starts II: Leon, t 14I

full FOR SALE Have tome VI stream suitable for erection ol Sto l \ tt Sharp!, Mrs. ,S C Lane Mrs ,,, "'""II, Poll,,, Hart. "9-swity' ro Book II : ..... 44. II 71 .n4. Tl..
...,.. II It iitr Ill' 161
Wisconsin a private dock and small Dow' ,
air-cooled GET THIS U. ,1-tiem N71I744t
en.-,,, Henry Crews Mrs R. T Jackson Iftionows In14 ho I. Block 84; IM, II and II.
SAL!' loose paint white with hiih-tenaion mondTpt, cabin Does not have to bo In BPS UPPORTS for w*. Mr*. J. E Lower, Mrs. J. W, John. Jl r-' ,'.,I-, r '""""""'''',''')'I.'h II, I.- .I..d_K'hob' Black 41; and Lots II to 14 ,Inr. limit

in* eel' ltd per callonU Fine for that unall boor town but must be reasonable me Mels belt*. Luella Dowse Ron. Mrs J C Crews Mrs. A. O / 'h., "r.." ...."..... I .''d lani.WINIll Pro.. 411. ,DIX]& wt PARK WK. of ADDITION'<).'. IM I NO aa la 4Suadlohloa. .

floor en! U.85 per Sol. stationery engine Ralph f Send offer to Box R2, care of HOllOranre Av*. FortPI Pittman and Mrs Lucille Baker I DiA LoXLEVII .PB II, Par, II P B Lo _... II, I IT

It*. Wh enamel, 13.M per er Motor Co 1"1FOR ; Stuart New 11\ Is. Flie 197-M. for ap- If'. ,' 4 11, 10. "". ,*. in ILL 4*.

branJ. I WANTED Man or woman, pre. OFFICIALSTO LEGAL ADVERTIll .., ,,.
per Boat ottom Paint, only SALE-Three new sentable appearance, for door TR S EK.astle Itocklngs, VISIT LODGE 'I ftaH1'J J- MARTIN COUNTY .. RIU
tui a gal> At the E and Still In the crates al&ooled OF- ; c
I to door work In conjunction it a pads kill etc Stuart HERE ON DEC. 16 NOTICE INTENTION 1 ERIN (Circuit Court CnllUr I J.'R.
I Army Su u* Store III Nert Loosen 4'cycle outbo FICTITIOUS I NA, : POMEROY.as .
( too.! with National'Home Improvement g Corp. tfNT I ..",-,. {I? t rrliy a-|... 1tt at Us- CIo'" wt limit rIMHIITHY, -1 of ..,,4 Viounty.
Depot Drive Pierce Fla tor*. Set u* today. KBph VI- d, ,v"wl (-<.'I.nrlnora. dolMAIIN has by: '. "'..II"t!. ... C.b .
1. II, 29, Jin. 1 mer Motor Co. i u Service Salary and Commission D todatiti.1ritalut.'still E. C Thompson. deputy: grandMaster i OF Moll Inirau' 1. = 0-....r II I and 19. imUCAl.
Splendid Opportunity and David Pluid. Nummiss, .
f-* us Goldstein ,,'.,. illW.Ii ADVERTISEMENT
.lIh tho Clark
J 01 SALE Bea\tlful Blooming DELUXE A1'onliollet ..;and Call 1496 Vero Beach or writ) hsurance that ou need under grand treasurer of Grand Lode. I' ,," 1M .nd (N' -rh sit r ..Joe.

African VloleUmn, three die,, Cosmetics, the Ideal,I Ihrlstmas Box H7. U (he new finincUl f responsibility 100F" will visit Stuart Lodge 84 I 01',,,,,,MUSIC.itlb." ,'.dor(1011lows..IP'N,n.. '." -dust ALaN NOTICE

Ik* Meal CtirUlVu Gilt-*Uo Gifts Order DOW"fie there; HELP WANTED-: Prevent Tuesday: Highlight of the eve. I.U.I.-''n ".'11I Death I '. 11- MARTIN COUNTY' VLORIDA.0kcs.1111",

Doable Polniettl% Pint., BeIMlu lUll time. Drop mrJl postcardor Accldenti Come to Ralph Debou.RIN7 0 noon 4 ning program will be conferring ".I..rid.0, '.01'0.' with 414it main office KL L.. ,.losim. II. 1941
I anteb.,
Cte. SomeVmall plant phone me and I fill be glad UlmerIotor! Co. for wheel 11tf of the second degree on five :'.rlda: IWIIIIAM NOTICE 1111 IIItRF.OY (IIVIoN" that

low Men to show thi*wonderful and tire alignment The.1II membership candidate Including Ft: niK. -: to Ilint" 6 of Chnslor' '10296.
I U u healthy, you I Noonlnf plant li\poU.- Mr*. line of quality Co tetiCL MM' help you prevent that accl KING DITCIfNG, ROAD David Marshall, William N If you a ring I Co'' :8.ES, MURPHY" AIT tar. full.oln, dra.rlaod .
( GRADES BUIIZOZERWORK. Ambro*. John Lelghton James and readi t ut IN. 1041. land In .arU.. Couali H-iri I.
grind Lyons, ll Seminole G. J. Hopkins, falm Beach dent. IN tl :..- ;y will a* alfirod.! for onto at publlr. aul.rr

llmkM 11.18,24 Road, Box 44, PJune 188 WANTED-Your DUl..lrln'JolI P. M. M-LLY. AND Wheeler and reclu"f :g: home frMeez an Vo been ____LEGAL_ _ADVERTISE -! for the. ......, and l owns rush .M. toa.Jict '.
I SON. STUART AOTO CAMP A sodlal o the lat it could to too riarkt af Ikr TriMtoi-a of Iliahtaraal
till Dec.II and appliance repairing No m 66nal = Imanmamt Food la r.J.rt Any
SALE Sell er \ do for H, D c. 4,11,18Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllll business meeting. Visiting Odd family, come IN AND THE COUNTY JUDe and all ...., at ka taortbooir tofla.nlna .
Job too small FOR
boat INI Ind\n Me- FOR SAIE-New.ftmall : too big or High I fellows are especially Invited 1. tda of this FLORIDA, ,MARTIN C. TY. at lots. arlork. A M aa ka
is" r copy .
stou1sn quality, Low cost Phone Stuart I TWELFTH day .1 JANUARY I. "
UrejcH Box til, Sail a. completely furniiied. I Ir.dpa, it. 64 colorful SERVICE' BY PUBLICATIIIN ,T".", Outside of munlolpallUra. aaanaoat fainad
117. Christopher Electric : I Hf GI''ANHHlP I '
500 Baker soc i EThr BLOOMINGDALFS. RETURN I I .......,.w.r see Jl44.. wool M
118,15 Subdill-Vanor Shop. France Apartment annex pat IS full MAin \L1A BAHMlTTTl ) naorvad' fromtkora our ow-1 th-wirls M.11 -I
Monterey write Mr and Mrs Hiram C Bloom- s1P w I"- !" Htata Kaia. Aa ta
VHOA la aa entities:
1 Infuati.tioon home
01 KENT Apt*. I Ad 4 Box 111. Stuarlf 11,11,15 No. I. If iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiJayLll I Ingdale of New York City have 0 ..All, % 6.110.1111o. CURK, .11 land title ta oar.kalf of .11 KMiulromaad ,
11 and t benefits itV Y ) are b-by ,PoNti.if. _
| tkna fotirtka of olkar oJ. orUIKail
WANTED experienced
M. Month aeason er ] are One returned for another season at I .. bills bron fiW with tho., "i'sedtb' ..... I
All electric. Green %U FOR SALE-26 ff Alma Trailer: waitress. One second cook. Ali / 1 Harbor their Scw lli Point istate They bnni to y r home, ....,, ..,,"" I... .P.- ..... tor. be -
Rt antities 1''lU'dl.. I"I .., ANo. '. I.. Quarter (Il I of f<.Hi.
refriftffator delay
electric Venetianblinds Diner Slu.rt. IIHELPWANt the Hotel anmlitiod. ,
111 Coconut Rew Stuart plyAlei are guests at Pelican
A. __ "'''''' -.- or ...,ility. I that 01WI411. H',.lka II, T.onmkla. '
11. 11. a, Jai\I II ft Anlnf. carpeted ED-for -ourlodifountain until completion of new con Ask to our free otal.1 ,1711tion, w''III he ll.... hp ,. ems II ....,... Kaan II fcait.- imilaliuiw 4.

floor, Iandu wheels, electric Short houn rood Guests Arrive ruction work on their home. copy of "An In tation to JuilioNn,lho Comrli.alue'Ith., A. D.at 104M.H aaft.4 fkl:; "Ifflooiro ..I at ,"mi; I

Dl SALE U ft cedar rolktt.1 brakes p er f Set condition. pay., Male or female. Stuart Bloomlngdale I III owner of the Better living' our store.ALL'S 10.04i.k, A M, 01 i imtHr not. ". ...' loll I anil I. hkek I, :ST hoC'J' I

practically new. See Ry\\ Must tell nnquire CasiellBreeif -- New York department tore by ..- 18 k, U4TI ESTATES. ,Kh.CTION I. ..,.
Co.WANTEDMan. tr
Drug )IAI'; I Part of KWi of ill aa ,1PH ll
pang between I and 1 F. M,, Ocean Park Jensen' Newcomers who have built a that name ECTRIC ARTHUR 1 CLO Vane It Sotllu I. Te. IK K.t 4J|

Kurt Auto Cmp Phone tut. and wife, Man home at JayLU Harbor are Mr. ---- ..., ', "" .... 0.
tn lift boat ".bli.h: OpC. .. II. It S. 1"1. Lot 0. Black' I, POKY' DM,rRNO: RIne's -
SALE Briili to supervise golf course and an4 Mr. George Ricardo ol COMPLETE'NEW, nOME, [ (uac .'l.loa, of .Lot II a Kaat It '
01 lALlU-Freih, tree-ripened |rattoa mJnr. < hat Fully 1 j woman t* take can of clubhouse Hempstead L.1. N. Y., who have wr' and' Mr. ZilafrottSchnurbusch : \ Post Office rcade LEGAL ADVER1 EMEIITolmT of Lot il', M.|M ar Uaaaoarmot "
Inlt shipped anywber Fruit RKaronnell I .....luip It ..U... Hanio 41
pipped tf flshint and concession. Must; bunt a horns there They have newcomer fro ;;-0-Tict ; tr I* a:.... '

puked to ran yea, either .feeta Breeze Park, be experienced neat; and re. two children Ola-one of the Johnson City N. Y expect lEGI8N.ti. .
., ., Tho tidlowl.ir' Lei. ..d It..h-'Of
Story tr plain. All ihlpment Je eft. liable R. Earl Smith Manager cheer leader at the high this week end Into the I. Jim'"y all' thdo the ....,
lC.hool.! move "Ipt-1' Indoor Pool or .....a or Cob: O'X'II' PARK AVIATION" NO 1 a H
FRUlt *
luruileed. EDS It Martin County Golf and ana Jackie, u- Wilbur sold out t..j Laws of "id.. A.toC :trialof a... Let I Io.'h of Knower l< :.
FO ALECombination disk AN 11. P... 69. kXllo ... T..,
NOVELTY SHOP. Federal hwy 1111 '" "' ,,.. thr Clerk, I. '
ftill Country Club his machine hop business In ... "
and 7 II" I H, I. d fw MmOHPI 1M II "
Second [l.t fectric lander '" "" "" "
St. H, UW Hempstead and bid a permanent OCCASIONS I'hl"' .... of rai. .-
I "'" .
1 ejetrp circular paw with WANTED :White dishwasher, to frozen winter He FLOWER For All lOr ,..,M.. """ ..r 111. ,t..orp. the tl.\I. Late I. I. a 46 II I..", 10... It.
SALE 17111. goodbye 11111" 01. [ Is 1. L S. 4. & ta I.".
On I .
14-ft. Old Town usedonly4& : .
almost Ia
or, new, work. Apply Bruce end "" '" \ 1 :
night I In now assisting Larry Vollrathin ; ad. 1. Mell Hours I Is: Lou I u Ilo
"aliicedar boat, fully eqalpH Three piece for Harry Federal Hway No. 1. I ,,,,d. "JjNWIIOII. ""J TJlEHTS _. ,no. aad I Hlork 11, Loss IIII .. 9. II. 11.
business. ]h"h I in b-i
the plumbing BOUQUETS ,. F )WERS We ii. II. K. 17 lo II 1'0" II.
with cradle. II Ill JohnM S95. 6118 f Product 55 SouthFederagway a ARRANCEMEII h."I', "It'-.1.1. I of business, ta ... .
Rounding out the Speculator >I, aad 14. Blork It I. I tIT e.
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motor See, J. Baldwin, next to bridje IlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllFOR FLORA\: W J- n h. .",,, Draol.. SIikr .. '. II. II. ..1. 13. II. It. II. 17.
Jensen Beach and Rio half ""r"'k ridaUarlla
Salerno Shore UOIULgTwe RENT colony at rest I | H East It 14 Int" II. It II Bud ...
Danforth the V-st Ill tou. CauatyLKUAL wk II, Loll I. 1. I, 10 II. II. II, j.
the Earl
FOR SAFV. Pineapple plants, iiiiiiiiiiiiiniii iiiimmiiiiiimiiiii I are DOMESTIC IMPORTED CERAMICS ".. ''h" ,h.' ..". IItoorntd. I.. ..14 II. II. I-, II I 19. II. II ,a l. I..,.
new Motefcttten test nlmi, date palms, FOR RENT-Downstaln apartment George Schoonmakers Walter B ,,,, t' In 'If... at A.nownM III. II. II II. 14. II II I" IKBork II
Winsor and his mcle and aunt ,_ "h 1'1 ''nod "porr a- .. wther 40. 14 ..... I. I. I to II lo*.,
can k* bought at invillae petted (seasonal). Screened ll I SM ITH'S FLOlAL & GUfT SHOPCENTURY ''' ... ",.. -'1.4 ,akl ;.''iiu'o. 1 14. II, 16. I.,, I'I to Ild ....., 84
fetory price. Inquire StotUns L Ctnig: 117 Albany porch In front porch. living|: who have given up St Petersburg | C t n... III. Bl,>rk 17 Lots I 1. I. II. .
their regular winter '' ', t. It 11 11 1 II 14, II tt 11,
u .1.
Grocery, Salerne. 4.11 11 bed WIfk .. _..... '
A room, WE FLOWERS !
dining room. : : '
room, Lola 1IM
___ __ favor of Martin -N nd II to III Irr. Hln-k IK
I residence
closedIn .. HTlIIItIIIII7 .. H Inr Work
electric kitchen; to K and IT lai i |
SALE FISHING CRUI8MISS WI iJlVE sell cover for alls bath back porch. Private home County: Arcade Bldg, 5th St., Ft Vierce | Phone 310-J NOTICE. OP INTFlClON TO REGISTER .. ...i T 'lo .II '1-. 1* I. It ,I.. II.

|B SALLT" te settle of ci% Rayon covers Nice lawn. Apply Rain Foul: Also at Jill Harbor are Dr. -'''S NAME :: '. aad II II 4 11.: II Blork II'II II: 'I'l II>l> I F'ji

I "We.. Approximately Hill forsedans, %stalled WMh 303 E. 4th, St. rhone I and Mrs Dan M. Skinner of No!w, opr"I'ar'loital, uti'testlZ' 1 lno;, .alia... I. It II, IS II. 14. II. 14.

IM. !? good running eendlI Ulmer lotor Co. tf 311.try Co. Ml Hamilton. Ohio. The doctor Is 4..AX.,4:; ,1:; 'Is ultioln'( ; If Florida. Asia :;, U: is 10'60 to i.Is.... :e.' N: 41.IN: 29 41.: ::.on,14, .

UK Built especially for apart a retired aurgeon This Is their 11,11. r". wlth'loo Clark ..r'h. 44. ,k 89; Lots 0 .. II "Int.. It. 24.It. .
lUUnf and cruising Inside and FOI ALE STl'At, FLA. t Vo-i RENT Bedroom w 111 I flnt season here after several I ', ,-it.,,', C-. i. and for Martin, 23. U U. I'. II t. It I.." Soto
In Men, ,,,,..,, I'1.do 'ow ft-II'll or Pne"O'NOW" 4 HICA 41II 41 and 4 Black" 141
l"Wile t water locally about a wterffon\pr ) enf kitchen I privilege' winter at Sarasota Tby agree EXCLUSIVftAGi T I ,,' r I.. his. >."!.., the. fl-tl Laos > InaTh.Ll. ,. 14. 16 : 12 mm Vb"to
I'ltrida Key*, and Bahama f Lucia River siith of Dixie neighborhood Phone 133 J that the weather U warmer on :, ": :THr.:: lit o' f.DLY TAVERN IoIrh. ,a t. II I".. .ad IT .. 41 ....

lUsads. Has built-in Ask and ,bw.)'. Suitable*>r new deilopment FOR RENT-By month or season ., the Cast CoalPRESBYTERIAN FOR '10"" wh'ch. *'III ...... !I. koalaaaa 'I;
box. l OwneiWt. Radon- ba0ruror V' 'put plan" of ...1.... ..'llawlni Lots and Works. of
Iforefortil, outriggem 8. W.th t bedroom cottage nicely] ." st-orl, n., I Ornate' Ava. Martla DIIILBAHK ADDITION' NO. I. Sak
filling chain ship U (bore rte, A. Baker 92 furnished. H. G. Gas. Sunny BAZAAR 1'1.. ; I ," 1.. Inwraatad. dl.lio i,.I part of Ga". Lot. I I
I idellbone, fishing tackle ete. i Ave. Miami, FlsV 4, 11. MR Fla. IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS h' .aid Ill, Ira Edward L.Co.la ... Somoll, Railway ai l 1ft PI II. .Pan
Acre, Jensen Beach BOATS K..lhc"in. AN, ,r of Blurt. ".... that II. P. -.. awstion. II. Ta an ILL) U ILa
IJtpnlMd by Estate at *7, Nl bed- .h". "" "." ''f T persons ,latoraatad ,IIIClCALaADVERTISEMENT
Can b* Inspected at Rybevlch SALE-Antique wo n FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished of the ,,,.1 ,,,,.,,,, ,. ,. I. I la I laa 7. I, I. It. II
spread. 100 Je.n'.1 Mr*. The annual bazaar W ART> COYLE. to I lot It to 10 fte. It. ,
-> lard, 4tth St. West Falmen. Hotel wutrt, house. S bedrooms 1 bath,: Presbyterian Women' Association rH.'NS. II COYLe: ;. ,. go, .: :t C :

For further tafortna- English, Rex fireplace and complete 6115114. at the Woman AND H., 1', '", .. .. II. .'. II, ... n, 43. Of .owd 46 toll,111
Fla 11, II, 15, 4.1 Thursday: lno_ ., III La. I to II '.' ,
i write W. B. Cray, Marinepj.Fla. trleally equipped kitchen. AIM '* Club wa declared a financial Is. I'. I. It. II. II. is It 84 ,..,
'OR- GIbbs kill new one bed room cottage. 01 I Blood., 16 ,A" I to I ,Ina. t. It. II to
4.1 SALE W ft Members have
Jen- success RICHARDSON/ClUISERS NOTKIL 0 I ENTION TO REGISTER II .I"or 28 1.0. U. ... II to 82im.
8ALK Royal Christ=& f JM bp Lawson mo.or th riverfront Cros Roads. expressed their appreciation to :, ,ITIOUS MAINIK sad to 40 ".,Rloek .e;

Indoor ] reverse gear. Bud Grit*' ten Beacb Phone 15t-J all who contributedMr Null .Is ,.by give, that the 1W4honvol .,
and Mtdoor Il htf tko. arovlakuM of Chap. the f4l'.''ft. Lou and llorta
I ttion. Martin County I ICe. Ocean Breeie Park, Jen] RENT-Apf. recently redecorated -, C. A. Carrlel and Mr*. STUART MARflE SHRVICE ,,I 1110"$,0.' "'a of Florida' Auto of pills' .. II ADDITION' (, N... '. B....
10..11I ..tor with the Clark. at, Van of ou" 1.PR Let I up
phone 7S,, BeachFla.. All electric kitchen Elizabeth Kara were hostesses I IN C.-It. art 'lo ana for MartlaI II. 4 II, P B Co Sactloa It
SL Lucle Inlet wish, with Mrs Walter Paget Mrl r 1: .:,,.4: rk ;. upon Nowdipt, of send TL II ,41''
I RALE One Ther modej FOR IAI4t-Converted' model Fitting R. Horton and Mrs M. B. Trimmer Phone 33 5 Irt Box 96 "I Pablirtat" of J this' aotlra. the II.". ,
] River and Ocean view Boat I .... \ h Late 1. I. 4. I lo 11 ta.. II. 14I .
I 11"
7 fin with, cap, new, nj motor completely overhauled.1 world finest fishing at; at the tea table.; They were ; | ; HARRY 16 14 '., 16 to 44 I Ine' short IIJ
ten ued Ms, On If I. A. Cotfrin. falm City11 and 15 I-L tl assisted by Mra Homer Vivian Indo, olur will -.... ta .kaahaai. Let:.I, 2, to II laa., II: .It and I.,
.you, door. Then II In laioek It; Elmo I to t Inr,
automatic fu for* r orange and and Mr. C A Lees. .Mrs. Lilly --------- r. 1. Is it'T II, ll ll It It II, It It.N. .

W lal. In FOR SALB-Tr our R RENT fleor sanding ma-, Wily and Mrs. J. O Freeman :: to :: ,.. lie 41. 441 41 Not
war I grapefruit Tree ripened direct : 40 1..* I*. tl. U. II aadI
R. f U. On* 1M1 u NJI Orange* 15* Ins i arid edger. RefJnlalfljttri I were In charge of the sale of 44. 111-11, I Let I. I. 1 out I. llark.
from grov reawnabl* rate. Sit, ...... I wow t la t I... allies *$Ito
at Mrs JMCE
vftlk Portable RadloJU -1 do*. Grapefruit 7 for K*. We at spronga and fancy: work, Oil and ... I.. lao, II ta II .... It .. 14
n. less k4.it.. &MDecker. An. just r>n/H Stuart Hardware: William of the bake aal&, and ,., <_ 11 II ". It, It 14
Akron :
also ihlp 114 *, sold 10 'I laa ] Box fill or 04 north of telephone office .C Mr*. Ivan Taylor potted 11 :., 't.1 It It and 78. Mark 141 .f
litbcpsL plant Member of the Choir \ ATSEYMOUR'S tl 47a to II laa, I? It,
.L&-li&eelaDd aluminum FOR ENT Whirling type laws I Guild displayed: and sold Christmas itl!. If:II aod II Bloik II: E: ,1
FOR hour or day Set I I.I II to II IM, II to If
blame ear *. Dodge l truck.posigglice RIO y Hard-, call and plastic tabla- 6 J. I* to 41 IM,. 44 41 and 41. Pink. IIILala '4f
iJj k.lftrke *Shp.Crut fee l so@ Hen Kindred, Stuart cloths I tJ 4 lue0 to 14 hM, II to II
1 1 ,
Ready ta go. Phone 101. tl 3OVA INN less II tl ';... II ta 14 Inr, II ta "
I motor, B cabin, 115 8. Federal Hway :1. W. 8. : The' association packed and 4tlaafBd' 41 ta 41 :to.. mark Ml
life prewrfln. St.- 11 Z avail- shipped a holiday box to a all 1.41 ifl Ink, and,11 to II In.. BlackAlso '
Carpenter. LE: rooms now ,.. '
Lo' I. 4. I to It II. II. II 'I
> Arthir DehtJI Dehon furniture. Boll)., sion school in Chester 6 C, a* a to Is I* ta 41 it ,
rkonu 4,11.18 fOR .u&-IM1 Jell..ore. ..ub.I able, matte ,, Christina project. i JENSEN BEACH birsk. :La: 4 lo I.t"'I II II balliIns. ; '
radto. wood Innerspring to II 14. 11 aad II W
nf maeUn porUW tram f U week.Rei \Y It ;.! 41 I ...IMi. .Block. 411 Lou I loM !
ip. taPmer *- Inquire at Stuart Seafood Hotel Fed-: TAN DE WATERELKINSENGAGEMENT ,7 PIEC ORCHESTRA EVE WEDNESI and II ... .A 10 all !.... Black 44; late

pooka go Alm 'Markit, 101 All Reawn-, &I and High'A at bridge. tl, ANNOUNCED SATURDAY HITS :041 f lfltl. :t':IT Ins.i ton.is.'I::60. to 46 40":'. r

M4U able. Mr. and Mr*. Donald Gifford 4 is JoIlsol Lou Jot
Lge.jarfiEiri. I 1 bdroocottage. I Van de Water announce the engagement .. to. to 1\\re.1 1110 II I .too. .:

loI FOB, SAL*.-Br* dBew Monitor FOR RBNT-deni. All %ctrie "T week-' of their daughter LUNClfeandFULLCOURSEDmNERSX :.. :I A Ii 4..soul. It t III "t" .

*am& G I winter Apt or trailer also, washing sea%<. Mr*. B. W;, Jean Elizabeth to Isaac M. DUn : II t.. .1 .... h. Ill. list I i iNslis'; Il '
"Flo each. _.hJ.e. papisto *"bwrl"er. Ward, Rio Vist%Box ISO, Big- of (hi* city: OPEN DAYS v is a aIo, 4 6 too A. M. Til8iOO 12:00 P. M. Ie 11''ll., llaak **) 'r 1e '
7M IllFicautanot 1 ,
them Ode 1947 tM. U ... It Hark e. Uka I'
at .| -
A. My i any day mtboara motor, run, art, Fla. % 4,11,18 "" WFDN IAV and SATURDAYS a 'a A. M. Til 2.00 A. M. Clioullett "'U-. a l..*.....a a< W 14W'4
61 Br, III Marlon T Jeffrie Orlando. part .1 or aw'4' PI. ft" 'It I

&bdiall 04 11111 11, condition.000 1 b-1k JohnData. Need- I, The most recent VMU* reveali State representative of the Notional SUNDAYS, 12)00) NOON TILL 12 6 MIDNIGHT T.S. Ie. IL a'I: 'I'I"pl1"'ri

for In good Foundation for Infantile or THE ,
A *.. .. John T.10 ac.... .taan that, 1383.000 farms (%ve electrlcHv Paralysis Xno. spent Tuesday ASK ANYONE WHO, HAS Bl THERE".ERBYTljECASE : -NT IPUND g'l TUB STAIN ,

Camp.TECIAI. In Stuart conferring M 194(t I
list Ants but DO telephoneVbile only and yesterday
with the county committee PACKA E GOODS ,C:lro". ot andi'
._flashlight complete 464 000 have tk>phon\but M, BEAcVl Bps I. a. roMinoTIT ..
batteries and buill. "a- on organization plan for the 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF JENSEN BRIDGE "'m'-ct: "aa
ith IDOKOTI [ D. ft
wf 1MB March of Dime H* wu a
A real cm.iw. lift for the power ........ .i, I..,.
Wrioll Box EJeetrio. the Creek guest at the Bt. Lucia Haul. l
*** county ; by "
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"I'\ ,' SALES See Ua For Salerno NewsBAZAARlETS 3. McCullum gave the lesson with '' and Mrs. Emory DeLoach Sun- FLORIDA 1KD IN NATION t-- !((( ((!(!(!(
her subject, "Gift of Ood. day. Tallahassee, Dee 11.-Florida
1 1jl'" G and Scripture! was Luke 2. Present Mr. and Mri Bill Pendanrts ranked third In the nation In the Beautiful Blooming *
\ !J :'r D' =- Repairs were Mrs George Osborn Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Bennett percentage Increase of handicapped '
1'r! t SERVICE'F rartlI Kate Riddle Mi*. }. P. Wllbar, were dinner cuesta Sundayof riicement In October as AFRICAN 'VIOLETS
Mrs, S.D. Bever, Mn. W.L.. Mer- Mr. and Mrs. George Brown- compared with September Carl
I !r t"\1' I It I rltt and Mrs. I. A. BaWwm./: lee of Hobe Sound. B, Smith, chairman of the Florida I. M, ';.. =J, Ab.' P..mnlq p.....,
t : ARNOLD BAUER $$25 SATURADY Mrs R. W. Johnson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Douglas Industrial Commission, reported 6yrl ( .us. n se .k).
'\ John D. Stevenson entertainedwith of Atlantic City, M. J.. arrived today. Florida ranked
!(;"t1'i St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W a stork!; shower Wednesday recently to visit his mother, Mrs.Mae seventh In tie nation In actual MASt ERNEST.LYO. 318 Seminole Street,
afternoon at the home of Mrs. number of placement with a
AT POST OFFICE Douglas and his sister, MrLOliver t("
,i '. O. D. Quigley In honor of Mrs Smith. total of 1.178 for October
'' Frank Simmons. The rooms were Mr, And Mra. Orman Elrilieston
'I By MRS. O. D. QUIGLEY decorated In red and green and son:-Benny: of Syracuse, N.:
f (Christmas colors) and polnsettlai. Y, arrived last week to spend I AU. TNL rpoo rovlLfitto ton AN otav IONgpae
The ladles of
the Missionary .
j Games were played and the winter here
; ..t r I JANE PARKERFRUIT Society realized $29.93 at the bazaar prizes were glvta After the Mr. and Mrs. a B. Wilson of
.. and food sale at the Post
many gifts were opened, refreshments Worthington, Ohio, arrived Monday
l' Office Saturday. Mrs. J. J. Mc of cake,coffee and punch to spend the season In their
Cullum was chairman of the ba- was served to Mrs. Marvin Row.
winter home here.
( : / taar. On Dec. 1 the Ladles Missionary'Society ell of Stuart Mrs. Charles Con. Perfect attendance of last six #
( I
I / ) church with a covered met at dish the H.rad Earle of Salerno'Shores, Mrs U M. Arnold, Mrs.Mrs.W. ,weeks First of Grade school!Julius here Magos are: Pie OUR SHELVES 'ARE WELL SfOCKED WITH AJTWIDE' VARIETY OFMEATS

CARES luncheon After lunch a business Francis Stiller, Mrs. Virgil -
/ ona Morgan Sandra Homlar, a
meeting was held. Plans Kitchen;' Mrs. Oliver Smith'and
r Bill Merrit and Roy Wethington.
= were made for Christmas LIT
a party son, Bud Mrs Fred Pedersen Second Gradel! Thomas Well QU
Chock Full/of Luscious together with the Home Demon- Mrs Bobby Thompson, Mrs ington and Emory Waters.
stration Club to be next Wed Rasmus Mortensen, Mrs. O. H. Third Grade Robert Bonn*!11,
j afnd Null at the ;
I v Fruit tiesday church. Mrs. J. Johnson Mrs Harvey Shelton, James Eden Herbert Metzger, GROCERIES

,.. ... ""., .".....Qa 'MUR'' .<... 1 lb Ca a 75c Mrs Quigley Jack Saunderson and Mrs. Raymond Thompson, Thomas
O'Day, Alice Mae Drlggers, BettyJo
I. I MARVEL Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mulliganof Thompson Lucy Ann Weth-
f 4 HOMESTYL 3-lb. C ke ...2.23BREAD Mrs.Fort Chris Pierce Miller called Wednesday on Mr. and Ington Francis, Caroline Schamrock.Schamrock and AND

: Mrs. Martha Whittle arrived Fourth Gradel: Clatide Davis
f 5-lb. ke .. .3.65 THE MOST COMPLETE home last week after three Walter Lee Olennon, William PRODUfcE -
; 1 -lb. loaf 8cF55 TAIL AND WHOLESALE weeks In Palm City' with her Jacobs, Mildred Crawford Vivian
iii, daughter Mrs. 8. !K.!: Lane, and Merritt and Joyce Shelton
I family. __, ,Fifth Gradel Wayne Bonnell, WE. RECEIVE FRESH FRUITS ND VEGETABLES
'I I 10NA A REAL: VING l3Q Mrs. Mary Chandler arrived Barney Cole, Norma Crawfordand
;\ Self. lb.r home Wednesday after a weekIn Annette ODay. EfERY DA
FlOUR 5 $1.75 Jacksonville with her niece. Sixth: Gradel! Jimmie DeLoach. CHOICE.SELECTION
r:1' rising bar OKEECHBBEE ROAD Mrs Jack Saunderson. Mrs. A OF TtfRKEYS FOR XMAS
: _u_" _' __ __ I Rasmus Mortenson andMrs..
Emma B. Smith were prize winners Hole Sound NewsTURKEYlNNER
Ann Page Currant lona Lfirge Sweet I IJ ,
,I at the pinochle party FRIENDLY AND OURTEOUS SERVICE
J 12-01. Turfbler 2 No. 2 Thursday afternoon at the homeof
i :"' n Jelly .. Oc Pea ...23c Today\- If Ik .-Today Mrs. Harry Holloway.Refreshments HOME OWfED AN OPERATED

j,1. ,. ___ __. _, ro idid of Ice cream and cake I t

,'I A & P Y. C. Sliced Sultala 2 No. 2 Cans I were Mrs ssrved.Charles! Other Conrad guests Mrs.were Roy Openi 8iOO a. m. Till 6:00 p. m. Wfek Dai .Saturday Nights 9:00: p. m

1' No. 1 an Toiiatoes .. ...33c !E.!: Decker, Mri. Robert Saunderson AT CHURCH S
I'J J Peaches, ...1 LstfirlsedIn I and Mrs. Mary Chandler. CENTR ML! MARKET
I' Mr. and Mrs. John D..Steven
--- --- -- County
'r Avrft son and daughter,Kathleen and HAS $$200 NET
It, A & P An !Page Grape Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thompson
i B.rtlrltNo.. 2t C Ja.fi, Mb. jar 21c Baraot Dairy were callers In Fort Pierce Sunday -. -
,'. By MARIE BRODRICK 2nd And Akron r JOE BROOKS, Mgr
Pea's, ..4 -.r---- .- .1 -
Mr. and Mn. Bill Oodfrj and
: j --'- Suifiyfield Pancake P. O. Bos V42 ...... Mr. and Mn. Ralph Schaeffer of The turkey dinner which' was
t held at the Community Church
West Palm Beach called on Mr.
lona Tomato 20-01. pkg.
: Thursday evening was reporteda
11/t ;/ Puree, No. 1 can 8 Ffcur .12c huge success. The proceeds of
$200 from the dinner are for the GROCER SPECIALSHILLS
''i' benefit of the building committee. -
f' Jane Parker bfts, Whole Kernel .After the dinner,open house
was held at the new parsonage.
) 1 Gold or Marble ,2 l2-oz.cans35c Dr. and Mrs Harold W. Coryaof
I I i New York City have opened BROS.
I POUNDCAKE Ml| neClli their home on Jupiter Island for
I t the winter season COFFEE .1 lb. 391
\ Powder 14c' .'i Mrs Jack Davis has returned .' e .
I .
55 I. j jI from New Orleans where she
I 'I :,. 15-ok ...... 35c EtoUse flew to spend Thanksgiving with OSCEOLA | [ BORDEN'S NONESUCH
t SKc-n-Span, pkg.. .23c student her brother at Tulane, Donald University St. Onge |
I .' Mrs. Martin H. Olynn of : MINCEMEAT r 19c
Jane Parker NMsco Swampscott Mass, arrived to
L DeliciousDONUTS t Mb. pkg. .28cC pen her estate on Beach Road CAMPBELL'S ,
Jupiter Island, for the winter.John

:l'. ,I N b co-Wheataworth visited West with of A.West Brownlee Palm' Beach Wednesday TOMATO SOUP. 3 cans 27/

Doz. 19c :r|al. pkg.20c afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Blanchard "
\ IIw of Cincinnati have opened =:
1 ; A & P CARD TRESH 1 the their; winter.home on Jupiter Island for 2>/. Ocean Spray-Jellied CRANBERRY
Use Y
1 FRUITS and VEGN TABLES Beach Gerry and Campbell a student; West at Gordon Palm PUMPKIN:: I SAUCE 23c
J Green Strinl. Wed.Delicious Military Academy visited his
"I I :;
I ., t Beans, 2_Ibs. 29c Apiles, 3 lbs..39c New Ttihhone Directory L.uncle Wilmot and,aunt Jupiter Mr.Island and,Mrs.on his A. ,DIXIE CRYSTALS '

,' ,,,4S i fi Crisp Large Thanksgiving Mrs. E. H. Falle vacation.of Westport, SUGAR. lb packed bag 49/
mp or, The telei( 0 directory that has just .
arrived this week to
II Conn., open
stik. 17c
t Celery, raftes, 2 Ibs. .31c _
I. been deliverlfl I >stains many new and her home for the season.
:* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tyler of
r' .. Persian Large anadlnn changed lisli I thlch make your old Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. Robert OSAGE HOME STYLE SPICE* UCHLAND YELLOW SWEET

\(ti .t'' ''f/ Limes,-doz.- .-_-19c- -uta ague. Ib. ..,...5c directory out e. Beginning at once Johnson with of Mr.Salerno and Mrs.,'visited'!E.!: J.Sunday Arn. P PEACHES,5c': !ORN !.r ,29cCream

louse the 'r will
I I U. S. No. 1 White weet new ory help you get old.Dr.. and Mrs. George'J, Mead, Style

II J ,...t'-. 'POTATOES10lb. I P TATOES faster, more a( Ir telephone service West Hartford, Conn. have arrived YACHT CLUB 'WHOLEAPRICOTS ROSSE A BLACKWELL

*..,t.A:, bag .46c lb. \. .. .......25c You can avo n y wrong number I Island at for their the home season.on Jupiter LD ENGLISH PLUM
I j ; I by Mr. and Mrs.!E.!:,J. Arnold and r14: esc
1'I'\I, I It\ referring to e irectory when, in daughter, Jean spent Saturday (DOING ,45c
r "j{ : I Sweetheart CHO SE A. & P doubt."Informal'' n' ill help you when In West Palm Beach. V3 TOMATO can
Soap bath bar 14c Robert Donovan ot Diamond
1 ut-Rite \Trimmed Rite the number'you nt not listed. Brother arrived here from New CATSUPS 2jlCjComplete tlna of Birdseye<<;
-- -------- MEATS York for the season, ,FOODS

; Ivory Southern Bell Telephonl on-1 Telegraph Company The official issue of f Albania Iss6git (With 5c coupon! Delicious. Fresh at all times
Flakes pkg. 15c ender Rib IHCMlf n
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Lava 2 large -STEAK ,lb. 71 .. Market Specials

( .
a Soap .27c of SHOR

-Sweetheart- -- ---2 med. bars BS .. 41 CIto. pedals &Specials Sat. Dec.for & ARMOUR'S STAR BEEF FRifH PORK I<

I Soap ... ..... ..23c SIRLOIN OR ROUND 59c
all Cut S older Complete Lfre offiirds Eye Frozen FoodMARKET STEAK 89c HAMS TV.SKankl.

1 Lb., ...._.... ...._ ( ,ss)

1" Ballard's FLOUR Obelisk RO ST lb, 49C? GROCER, CHUCK POT eFR&H KILLED, Dressed and DraWl

+ ( Dixie Crystal, Factory P ed, Pure Pork PanAUSAGE "
it; # '' 10-lb. bag .... ....$1.07 te: Me.ty 1 1SPlRERIBS ROAST Lb.69c FRIRS Lb.r. 59c

49 SUGAR hag: 4 c *. 59c "

s Soap Irge. bar ..19c SunnyVield Grad A Sliced All Brand. Canned stern, Beef CHUCK SLEW 'I :65c CHEISE E 90c

MILK 2.canl.2 ST 47c .Lb.. $ l L .
BACON ,, >83CDAILY lb.. _
Campbells\ Tomato i nun Daisy '
d" DOG FOOD Rath's d Smoke Select Virginia $1.75
Qysiers :
( PICNIC SOUP 2 ,, .... 21 CN SE.Ib.. 63c : qt.
i 5-lb. bag meal ,,...45c
HAMS dJ0 Club --If'
3 Mb. 25c -'0-
cans .,. lb., .
AF W*AIDnCl'V pAve A 'rOMPIPTP J'Dn7J'1\I\ RAAne IIAnthony' -: TEA Ito 69c 'The, qomplete, ':Ffcod Store



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SOCIAL NEWS and STUART Newt Item for thai paper mutt reach the PACE newspaper SEVEN

I Happenings of the WEEK IN Home Telephone office Mart 3S-W noon on Wednewlmr Office Phone 300 rl I

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Member* of the Royal Palm

Rebekah Lodge gave a stork

IMPERIAL RJjSTAURAJJT ERs, shower at the St. Lucia Crescent f fI
home of Mrs Vernon Chason In

honor of Mrs, Eleanor Glass A t
, 7'a
r pastel scheme of pink and blue I

, was used effectively the living .
SERVIC /STATION and dining room Games and

novel contests featured ties en-
617 SO.
t tertainment. Gifts were pre-

.HOMErfODKED FOOD sented In a lovely bassinet Those

attending were Mr. ,JeanetU
SOc 'jMjE LUNCHES Clements Mrs. Blanche Barton,
S Mrs Kenneth Stlmmell,, Mrs
/ id
TALL Florida Callahan, Mrs. Hazel .Sf '
f Donaldson, Mr, J. A. Ausburn,
Mrs O. L, White Mrs R. J. Peck,
-- Mrs. Marvin Rowell and Mrs
Van Chason. l''I.

f IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU"'!1111111 i/i/ nmmiiiNiii, ,iiimiiimmiiiiiiiREAL' -- '
ESTATE I Mrs R R. Longbottom and 1PN" I
Miss Lucile Inacoe were co-host I
eases at a Christmas and ,
Three NeiResidential/ (IYI Bern limes in Fine | covered dish supper Tuesday 1'H} ,'In.'I'

Se ion night at the Longbottom home 'Y "t' ""f"i t/" :' .
a j grocery store I In Eldorado "

and busirfess.Apartment A 4-unft and 12-unit I ol gift followed Height a business Exchange meetIng / (. '-, 1f.t>[(;..,.uili1 1f..'' l't'.j.lil.' '..., I f" ,1
: (" [
Ho se. Tourist Court and I by and Mrs.a yule J. P.program Blakeslee.presented 1'fJ'P.) : f.' .)..:'.....'.\:tl :,.1i I

Filling Station and Others 'e'1' ;{'" I.t.N. "t ,
attending Mrs.
Restaurant. were
Resi- | .
Helen Arnold, Mrs. O. L. White : jjc ,'J"'1'i .I" 11\41:' ,'1,.:. .. t, ,
dertial I Idt* $4 0 and up. Waterfront- | Mrs Walton Parks, Mrs J.
....... \
age $5 aIfootTHE010RE and up Meggett. Mrs D. A. Wood, Mrs. Mrs. I.. W. Crmfnxl[ Mis George Keith; and, I Mrs. Homy) klndiod, Mrs. W T.pt..l C; Armor, Mi">.
Charles Jackson, Mrs Arnold Mis A O. 11111M.1"I wen hnvtinW at the 11 Earl flits, Mr*. W. R. Baker, Mis ( awfurd.Mm .
I DEMON & SON I Mrs Bauer Charles, Miss Olney Titus Eurlt and dorado I(eights!: linim' <>T Mn. C.; 'O. rillm.ni for W. I I. Sullivan, M.... Clurlrs drowning!(, Mr. 1\: I
a sinpim" : |>.uty) in. tin Iillirn Nilli h .lh 1 I YULE PARTIES PLANNED N<>\. II MUST. alumling" !: wire (Hi( to right!( ) Mm, Pitlinan and Mil L. M. )Jd".n." :
REALTORS Mrs Slim mil. ,I .. Lw
PHONE 81HIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllimilim Mrs C L. Boggess Ever Ready !gr.nulsonh4.( 'oosliMR" .
STUART I ------ --
Class of the Baptist Sunday
iiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimimiiiiiiTi I School will meet for the -annual Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Timmer- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Men- burg Friday to visit their son-
Christmas party at 1:30: tomor- merman of Burlington Iowa, nlng'-r and their house guest. in-law and daughter, Mr and II I
Of interest hen Is I tin recent marriage of. Miss row nl g ht.at the home of Mrs. have arrived to spend th* holl j .
Mrs. J D. sister of Mrs.
Corl Mrs. J C. McCrocklln Jr They
"' !( tt.( ( (.( ( ( I Bitty Jo ]Jamison daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J J. A. W.Mrs O.A.Penney O. Plttman, 500 California Ave. days, with her parents, Mr, and Mennlngcr. went to St Peters returned home Tuesday. jl
Friendship Mrs A. ,
V ]Jamison of Stuart, avid J john Onllc, win of Mr C. Rowell of.St. Lucie
class and Mrs. Phil Maxwell's i ,
Crescent. puuunuuunnuaunnnuuuuuunnuuununuuulnunuununnuclunimAnnouncing l l
i s mid Mrs. William C"mth s uF Oullinilge!: Lull irk) '
newly organized class will Join e--
shire S"II.II"1. Mrs. Castles in W yiutnuto. of for their Yule observance at 7:30 Mr. and Mrs Ray D Balcom of a
Certificates Martin Omni) High School I and win employed p m. the same evening at the Lake Pleasant, N.J, have arrivedfor
t liy the iMtmimnt secret vrvice department church annex their first season here affr 3
The of Our Flower :
g Opening Shop =
during!: the War being assigned" In fnrcigii'daty. spending a number of winters
Ilir husband Is senior rclillix.turul' engineer wilh| caRt SCOUTS TO AID at Swrasota -They are at the 1 FPMAY, DECEMBER, TWELVE 3 o
(the, Botlittll IxiipoMlion of Los Audits where! SANTA CLAUS DEC. 2Z Holleran I Apt B Cut FloweL Pottery Potted Plants 1
beautifJ. free; ',eft-wr 'ppings lay.away ( the young oxipk' will mute their honw Stuart Girl Scouts will meet e : Christmas De ration Floral Arrangement 5
Dec. 22 at the Civic Center to Mrs Ernest Rlcou who entered
I 1 f help Santa Claus in preparing a St. Mary Hospital at West Palm WILSON PALM GARDENS I
11 services! make our uliopplng, a pleasure at Wil SATURDAY MORNING BISHOPS HAVE GUESTS thousand Christmas boxes for Beach Sunday for an operation IIFloriat.
I W GIRLS 4-H CLUB MELTS Mr. and Mrs: Neal Bishop of the community Christmas tree. Monday was reported today tobe Hobe Sound, Fl.Vja Telephone ?021 |
Norman t The Saturday morning 1I1-la' 200 Atlanta Ave. had All week- They will also assist at the tree recovering satisfactorily j .. *R. and MRS. A. A. GREGG t
4.H Club met for their monthly end guests Mr. and Mra Alvin and art rehearsing for the singIng -
meeting last week at the home James of Miami who came up of carols from a truck which Mr. Erwin Worthammer and IIII11IIIII11IIIIIIIIII11II1111Ut 1111I1111111I1111111I11I1111111I11I111111111111 Illtllllltl
to attend the Stuart Endlcott will tour the city. children Wendy Dale and Dona
I demonstration offlc-j In the football gam?. Mr and Mrs O. There were 22 present at Tuesday Vale, have returned to their '
Oughterson Bldg. The demon- F, Vonesh of Chicago left Mon '* meeting of troop 22 with home In ARa wan, Mass, after .
stration for this meeting was day after a 10-flay visit with the their leader, Mrs J, F Bozone. at spending sevral weeks with her'' Announcement/ ,
a the making of an assortment ot Bishops Vonesh Is In the motion the Woman Club. Jane Morri- mother, Mrs C D. McQuade, and .
Christmas Cookies which was picture business. He has a son, chairman, presided over t Mr MoQuade at the Stuart Ho I'
ass. supervlsedtky ClutHeadersVMr awl) who III J a priest In Rome and business session at whirl plans. tel. We are pleased to knnounce the f ointment ot
: "i *. Jack Saunderaon and Mrs anotherwho, Is plantation were made for a Christmas partyat -e-
May Wallace, under the general manager In Africa who hope to 4 p.m. Dec 23 at the club. Carl L. Bess and George Con I;
supervision of Miss Lucile Inscoe, join him here later. Games and the Scout ritual completed rad returned this week from'
the afternoon.Mr. Irederlckstown Mo, when they
home demonstration agent. 1 DANIEI F. KGEN '
Those participating in the ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALS went to bring back Bess motherMrs !
demonstration were eight regu- Season arrivals at the Atlantic and Mrs Anthony DINltto E. H. Hess, who will spent
( lar members, Jeanne Clements, Court Apartments this week Include and daughters, Donna Jean and the winter here with her son I ar Central Truck Linel Inc/f gent al Stuart, Florida,
VEST ALM BEACH Isabel Mathers, Joan Saunder- Capt. and Mrs Maurice Eugenia, arrived Friday from and daughter. !
i son Jolln Klckllter, Betty Lou Flagg of Chicago who are spend. Utica N. Y,. to spend the winterIn effective December. I, \Jff. For fast and dependable
Fh ne 2-3718 and Florence Meggett!! Patricia ing their first season here after Stuart. They are at the Casa Richard Sudhoff of Palm City,
a Dickey and Mary Alice DeLoach, 20 winters at Miami Beach; Mr. T-rrace home of her parents midshipman at Alabama Polytechnic I motor freight service fone 338, Terminal Addressi
and a new member, Lucy Hertel. and Mrs Earle Dolph, of Cuba Mr. and Mrs E. D. Wells. DINltto Institute, was recently.
Cookies were served to their 4-R I N. Y.. and Dr. and Mrs 8.,Sala- wan an MP at Camp Murphy honored In a studen faculty 500 South Dixie. I.ft.fffft.f I.
leaders and other members of dlno of Brooklyn who have been during the war and met his wife 'election by receiving the high
>> :
)c ( )a the agricultural office staf I winter guests at the Court for here. He is now In the coal business vote as "the freshman most i,
ajuunb of years with. his brother In Utica. likely to succeed" __
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I LEGION AUXILIARY ads fftf.P.C a tt.al' a P.( a t4'Ctt.t:' 1 (''t'a P.-;+ f(' l P.ft t ( !( af':P.(!(1 I I.t: a tC Ia1l l'


I Ulary Members have to of expressed all the\ who Legion contributed their Aux appreciation The Style hop ? ) i'I

to the Christmas Joy Box J / \I

valued Joy at Shop$60, at which Pratt was General mailedto I Y ; I Id

I Hospital In Miami last week. It
II Included dozens of handmade .
articles and toys for iamllles of d $ \ !
L.. Y hospitalized veterans. t "
The J fa.ryh'J: : et of, the Especially. c.l1ttt c a i "y \ I Ii
For The a'th group y' Jan 13 to x .
start the new year s activities '
for Her "f jnoiEPllOO : i

Consecutive Year ;,r o ,x CHRISTMAS The Royal PARTY Palm Rcbckah i bill "1 i aI

Lodge 35 will bays the. annualChrl.tmas .;:
party at I p.m. Monday -
OF ADVERTISING I IN, at Woodman Hall. Each I
/ THE STUART NEWS member Is requested to bring a s 7ht.w
gift for exchange with their
I secret Pal," a name drawn each ( I
0 We Invite You To Come TO r three month to whom special
attention are to be paid. :': err...
and Mrs Roy Ds Wag- I.I I.
Q'. r stmas List onelrre,Jr, and their two claugn- {
ters, pat 'and Kay have arrived
from Chicago to make their 1i
The mo com lets stock of books! in Florida home at Rio. They are In the I
kinds.. process of completing their new i .1.i. alasWW4M I
BVoks of all borne, on a strip pt land purchased '
from spa, JaylU Yacht i "OF.
tiontVy -1 Adult game.FrarrVd Harbor development. De Wag- .'
onelrre la a "nanV radio opera- '
o Reprodu tor and will operate a "sending 3240 I

until the last minute ::1 and receiving station .from i iI 4 Crepe and
Christmas cVds, dmplet.
their home upon completion. He
i iI
There are b ire of items in our commercial C I MM will repair: radios' Y4 Satin
+ I Mr and Mrs Da wagonelrre, I White and
partment Sr, vlll make their home with I '
'Tea Rose
their son upon' their arrival I I '.
OUR AMERA CENTER'a from Belgium later In the season "
They plan on building cot- :,
outstVA Camera Shop In South tages at KM In the future
,.0.1 S ..
lorida.. Evest 'ng or the camera LARRY MILLER, 4, IN .
Materials PALM REACH HOSPITAL ; ilored Gowns tOW ,
eat .
f Larry' Miller, 4, son o* Mr and '
Mrs,.William Miller and grandson .; :.
of Tax Collector and Mrs ,32144l ", i'
Gift Wrapping
Griffith L. C JClckltter was taken. Monday >-. I,
I ilsey.- to Good Samaritan Hospitalin Service
Y. West Palm Beach He Is reported { : iTHE iu i\.
Improved-from 'a facial 243 Osceola Ave; Phone, 331 Stua Florida
skin condition e c u tt e d from.
mercury poisoning 177

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: : ;, t ti NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES I i NAVY'S JET-AND-ROCKET PLANE .1 y Pet i ei i sal tCtft t Krawlti'a se ea tC ," (.(! '.( (

I I \ i The County Agent's Column

""A : : j

r { n, By L. M. Johnson a *' I

'I; I' i lAHMHtS: RANtIIERS.: GROW. 'bring all Invoices( or bill and:! + .b 'i\ *' s SF' .. A Visit Our

41.1 IRS I IN MARTIN' tOLNTV, fertilizer 'bug tag lot< the materials y wwt i, Better 15> i
1.j A1UN11ON PLIAM:! used( on your land In 1941 J I 1 1i

Ir i :',! i Jai\.. 15. 1948, U the la make a satisfactory report i 't I
1 I deadlliw e! bring the following: Invoice or I *- Store
II ., I ; I I (1 I itu for reporting the constrvu., bull showing the names and ad- Buys P
V 1 I I I t 11"alt) piattlces you have carrie I ,dresses of in; dealers; the datesi
I ,j "till uo your}land In 1947 ,It i tli( the purchases; the quantities !
the last day you may report th! land descriptions of the mater t andInspect
; : 'v.,rk you' have dune Dun wail,llain such as seeds, fertilizers, .-
''t I iln.11 that date, Come to tin I i tlflomlte! and blue stone. Alsoi
; 1-.",unty anent office. Stuart, p i i' bring tag from the bags of the r
I i : i urn a* you van and! make! you''Itilffer-nt kinds of fertilizers, y'
l lipidtDmu I These tags should describe and Awaiting %x<*>
1 ,j. dtUty and run the risk,1114 I: the quantities and kinds of ; ., '
ol \btlng i ifU off the payment:;''materials in. the fertilizer, t .

,: Iu4 1_ WIIPU_you. come."be..sure..,:col I These things- are...!important!! : R1 Our
.' 4cy You
I +
I i
trt ,c>
;: At

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i Construction/ of the NJVV'new, .needle, .mnud /jet.end, ].rocket airplane Line of

I Skyrocket. has been<... lk./-d/ ut the )Douglas\ Aircraft O>rp rati. n's Toy land

I plant, tit Sr';iiiHl) view (top) while' in flight( RudlN'w It Irs,b In a steep climb (bottom : :t Toys
). It h expected, to fly ut flW' tn 730:)\ miles an hour A novel

I i! HOMEM feature is the ,needle.like. (lam+ in the', nose, containing the pilot '' St c, : .6a4asa, tyr: ;', a
J'I stalk blue (fur t the) alnpeed" 'indicator. system It 1 is powered by a
I turbo-f't engine plus the fear thrust, of a H'luld.fllCI''l'J.et. IkeI)

They are absolutely; necessary to Sam Berry 100 acres; Leo Wro- 't SATA'S TOYLAND

/ :.ING IMPROVEMENTS OR REPAIRS th} reports sent to the state andnational ten, 25 acres; Claude Shirley 40
I offices. All of the above acrs; W H. Vann 80 acres, J. .i # '
i i ..
DON FAIL TO SEE L. McCall, 20 acres; Leo Wro-
information, plus your personal ten 13 acres of white and green
report are needed If we are to squash, a total 01 280 acres has been ranaplanted' here. Vf> have Dollies with

"BI L"! BALDWIN give you the benefit of several In the Indlantown area the olden eiAs '. streamlined (Fains( beautiful
credits new in the program this following men are raising new shiny icyclea a exciti games and puzzles

Year. It is your responsibility squash peppers, eggplant and h and all kir of wonderful tes boys and girl lore.Be .;
tomato: R. L. Hooks, 15 acres; C
.., If you! home gf age or other buildings need to bring!! In this material and H W Bendle, 97 acres, M Zan- 4 sure to h y* mommy or dfdy bring you to ,
I make your report. I ella, i 103 acres: i 8, Spooner, 65 h
1 I. retool hg, be i ilshin:.!le, cornpostnon or tile If you think you have not done acres; J. B. Spooner, 10 acres; : leman's/ oyland

toot, Ir-'re eqlpped I enough for credit In 1947 come M. J Spooner 22 aces.; W F, a"'r,4 right/
with the best or'mI.. ''In and make your report any.I Galloway, 175 acres, O 8. way.

I I' j I terialslnd roc*-ra to give you an outttandBothlin 1 way Some of these new credits Fletcher, M acres; C. M. Fletcher
{ may moan much to you. If you 52 acres; A Stetson, 10 acres;
j'r I 1 in. job rI have done nothing it all please R S. Thomas 80 acres; L. CCamron "
f i I report personally to us. and sign I 15 acres; J W Odum, '( \a

I''' ; Afcearance and!!..Durability the pertormance sheet for 1941., S acres; J L. Hinson, 30 acres, & S
I It Is Ale total of 740 acres.
necessary to a report
If WEtCU/fcANTFE OUR WORK I With \I: and sign the performance These lire not aU the farmers r t l[)

:, V Bhet whether you have raising truck In Mar.lri County, ;;; ,
NO JOB T< )> L>B CE NO JOB TOO SMALL done anything or not on your, and a further survey will show

I ', L I .. land In 1947. Don't wait' until many more acres planted to win. .
ter vegetables Weather permitting '
the last day. .Look over yourbills
CITE OR SEE and tags and check them the markets should be sup- Beautiful Dolls
with the list above. Do this tomorrow plied with plenty of fine vegetables A Large Selection
then if you do not have within a short time, Go Carts
to Choose From Pianos
all the oy
material listed above you y
E. A. "B LL" BALDWIN will have time to get what you i Florida Farm Hour Broadcasts .
; ned before the deadline date, station WRVF Gainesville
i iI .
I If you have difficulty In gettingall :'
the material for your report;,1 Fri,, Dec 12-'Florida Live.
P. o. BOX It
d1 11; SALERNO, FLA. I come In and tell us .Maybe we'' stock In 1947. Dr A. L Shealy.Sat. k !

I I can help you get It. ; ., Dec. Fiftecn-mlnut !
: The office of the county agent, program at.12:30, I 1 r'p
} f } !al r r 9I 4! is In the Oughterson Bldg.;Stuart ,Mono Dee. 15 "Outstanding' Y
l J it Is open from t am until Research Work of the Agricultural .
,, 5pm" Monday through Friday, Experiment' Station in
,. 1 and on Saturday from S until 1941," Dr. L. O Gratx
For actical Christmas. I noon. If th county agent Is i iI Tues, Dec. 16-"Insect Conditions -
I t I I out of the office the clerk can In Florida .In 1947." Dr
( take these reports and will( be! A. N. Tlssot
ji, tti4+ I glad to help you In any waytie Wed., Dec. 17-Home Economics '
Baking Seta
I f possible I! Noted: Mrs, Virginia I Rags- Seta of .Dishes
d Don't Delay Do It now I dale, Alachua County home demonstration r i( ,
\ I' I rJ ture.I .
Did you know: I I Thurs. Dec 18-""Dairy Developments -
e ''I That Florida citrus yield an, In Florida, 1947" C.
6 eI, acre has Increased from a low W. Reaves; "Florida Poultry Developments. .
!it. I of 92 boxes an acre In 193334to I', In 1947" Norman R.
( r
'a a high of 319 In 1948-47 (tNo Mehrhof :
} "I i allowance mad for adverse( -
t I II a e I weather conditions.That .> I Control of Insect pests on live-
I I I J''' ,; W Have Made e returns from 1. 609 acres: stock is one of the measures L\u

j I Of grove for the 1949-47 season, necessary to get the greatest. -"
benefit from feed consumed according
indicate a yield of 315 boxes art I

11 r''i A SPECIAL DEDUCTION : I the acre production? In spite of cost this was high 50 cents yield Agriculture to the U The S. Departmentof presence of: I

,, a box. The returns wer 80 cents, considerable numbers of cattle
j 1 II / On the olio jng Items 1 F, !, leaving a margin of 30 cents Immals grubs In the Interfere backs of with beef their an-
\ 4L I With returns at 80 cents, 197 may
normal the
and animals
boxes were required (for that sea
11'rr [ TED TOCK
1 : may Interfere with their
to the cost of production
I "r I II son pay 1
til have been removed.
the grubs
thus leaving 118 boxes at
Waffle Irons
14.95 value for $11.50i I
'A Numerous grubs In the back of
I i ,, 80 cents as a margin I of profit of: .
""tI i Flourescent Bed I ps 6,50 value for 4.50 $95 an acre. The average yield dairy cattle also may reduce .
.I "I I'I'j P from 1931-41 was 151 boxes an milk flow.
{j s 11f'tJ: j Pclipoint Iron 5,60 value for 12.50 acre. With similar yield In 1 46- The department says rancid Electric Trains Complete Altfit
a (Slightly Sho Worn) 47, the production costs would era should treat their animals
"I not have been met With a yield promptly and repeat the treat-
Smoothies .00 v11ue for 6.50kf ment as often as necessary
of 225 boxes an acre! the same O
Electric Broiler 'as I' for the 1944-45 season, the Rotenone Is the only material
.95 value for
12.75 recommended the bureau for
1 by
!margin would be 28 boxes or $22
l ,,1: One Burner Hat P to 00 .Iue for 3.50 'an acre As fruit prices during cattle grub control. It Is safe I J
1' { the current season continue to and effective and has proved Its _
n 1 Fluor Lamps 2 0 value for 22.50r I be low, caution should be usedagaln.t value through extensive use overa 0 0

1 5 A.f,h q :; Swing; Arm Floor p 3' 5 value for 25.50 tt All operations high production not absolutely costs Bureau period of entomologists several! years.give the oo -

'1 r' Kitchen Stool, 24iAluminum 7 value for h necessary should be eliminated following recommendations for
I j 'ii. 6.75 weather the use of rotenone in controlling .
( ( ) That with favorable :
1. I f1' Efl I conditions our citrus crop could cattle grubsv Modern Toy Telephones A Lalee Selection of

l'' .. \ Bar Stool, 30-in. 10. value for 7.50 easily pass the 125000000, boxa 8pt'aV. 74 poanda of S
derris eel
cent rotenone-bearing ToysCOLEMAN'S
mark within the next "
FIRST HERE .. Ji year or cube powder t() 100 gallons of
J Ii : IRS? SERVED two to three years?. z
water. Apply with a power i
'I According to a hasty survey
/ OPEN SATUR at 400 4' '
Y NIGHTS ILL XMAS last week by the county agent sprayer pounds pressure ,
i .'
I there la plenty of evidence! that Use 1 gallon of spray an animal, '
1 ,
holding the nozzle 12 to

'J a! ,; i M"lio CO'' ty Etc sic Co. come ty cannot the high farmers be winds discouraged of and Martin excess Coun-They water animal 16 Inches This'from Is the the back treatment of the

I: moat commonly used,
and at It, making good
are .
: b'I 1ONE 75ELLER W sh. Us* 12 ounces of ft per .
? use of the excellent growing
r. l J. W, Mgr. r weather. In the western part gent rotenone powder and 4ounces
granular laundry
of the county the following men
II DEHON BLDG. S UART. FLA. are farming on truck land owned to gallon of water Apply about r
1 pint an animal rubbing Into
P 1 ,
the Bessemer Properties ,
t l l. 1 Ylf the back thoroughly. citing Games '
"w"w 'wa1'r+ +aYww. "h'ti *M'M'eY at Port; Mayaca? String beans 4 ,
rt... Y Dalt-Mia thoroughly 1 part; Esf 1
of S per cent rotenone powder
with 2 part of pyrophylllt or .
West Palm Beach Directory Tripoli Dearth. Use about 344
ounces of dust an animal, rubbing ) F
I It Into the hair and grub '
HEN IN WES PALM BEACH openings with a stiff brush
THESE FI APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Dip<--Use 10 pounds of ft percent
: derrppowder' anti :2 ounces
r BADC r sass! sodium lauryl sulfate to 100 HOME
K and
I tons of water. Hold the anl- AUTO SUPPLYOsceola

612 em.tu SL ROOFING CO. I II map In the dipping vat for :Inlnutes. 1...,. ,

Farnitwn and oormo-MziT: METAl.HI:4TIIIGVUn'ILATDIG. I Ave Ph ne"147
-- Stuirt (aasD .
Heuer Fnrnubiop ontcrAxa .. : Rhode Island has inor* than 650:! ,
OlitrATq, :T'o:1t'N: WATUraooriNa, I II thousand people classified M lurb10 I'"

I and about 60 thousand class-! ,
< s

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'an Rider Dave 'Drive when they entertainedlast Knapp, Mr and Mri Howard ter C. Dickey, In her Maravilla ter convention In Los Angeles In Only about 48,000 full.blooded Leu than half the population ,'
Saturday for Princes Nina Horton and Albert Backus, fort dome, Other guest were Mrs.I October and delegated from aborigines remain, in Australia I of British Muluya. are M+liny*. I 1 i: I .

Caraoclola who U the houseguest Pierce, and Mrs. C. W. Rinehart.a Edwin Coleman and Mr*. John Chapter P, R, Y and D. Florida, .
former resident of the Drive. made If
a report on happenings.
lers 'Entertain Russian of of Mr. and Mr. Lou Palmer W Dunn. Prize winners were I President of Chapter R Mr*.

l Is Immokolee The Princess For the December meeting of Mr, Arnold and Mr, Colean, F E. Colburn also attended the \

Inress ,at Patio Su ity no, having stranger visited In this Mrs commun-Palmer Cora Stlckney Harper Chapter, i convention In California and visited Thanks-
AV: DAft, Celebrating their 18th anniversary '
,- --- *wand Tuesday afternoon In the Cotter Junior College In Nevada -
--1"1" I many times She formerly was home of Mrs. r W. Taylor there! members of Chapter R' Mo., which ...owned and
C, BOAT Mr. H. Clay Minor and connected with the Imperial 'was an Interesting talk on child of PEO met Saturday In the An' operated by PEO. Report showed -
Mrs. George Russian ballet and Is writing a welfare work kona home of Mrs. R.V Ackenj that more than 1100 had .
Putnam Drive by a social welfare girls
1.----. ;;: ;: w. Hard-I residents and patio wfr(upper book on her experiences Other worker, Miss Mary Klueppelberg where their organization was been helped to a higher education Your Confidence Appre ated.
guests invited
Mr. and Mri guests of Mr. and Mrs. r. w for the occasion Assisting Mrs. Taylor In dlspen- formed. Stuart members of through the educationalloan
!( Eldred. Mr Tyler *t their home on the were Mr. and Mri Palmer, Mr. slon of hospitality were Mrs. Chapter P and a delegation from fund. I Will Work and/ Cooperate
and Mrs. ,
J. R Younge, Mrs. Lot-
Thad Carlton, Mrs. Margaret Chapter Z, Titusville, were honor Assisting Mrs, Ankeny with
Rom t if and Mrs. Margaret. guest this luncheon-m eUnl, was her With the Other Numbers of
Sperry. Mr*. H. H. Hudson, one of the daughter-in-law, Mn Harold t
.delegate to the supreme chap- Ankeny, of Fort Pierce. the City Commission to Get f
1CARCE For Indian Hills Oolf and .
Country Club members along Things Done f>r the Goodof
the Drive It has been announced

AVAILABLE that the annual membership ST. LUC E RESTAURANT Stuart.And .
meeting will be at 1 Saturday
For Immed night Instead of Monday night as "
te Delivery previously stated Under the.. Management of + I'

Hat Car Load of, First Grade RHOADS JEWELERS AMY TSIMAS l '

t CELEBRATE OPENING Than /To Harry GlancoP, 'I
COMBINATIONS Beautiful displays of silver SERVES "ilE BEST OF FOOD
nhanced by baskets and It background -

Bath Tubs--Lavatories of the gorgeous formal flowers opening Inaugurated A TRIAL VtlLL CONVINCE YOURequests Kenneth: 'S. Stimmell

of I Rhoads Jewelers.In their new FoiVpecial Dishes Filled I

AID store In Fort Pierce last Satur- .
day. Representatives of many ---
SUPRLIESJL families along the Drive viewed
displays, j jf
Madison Weeks of Eldred who
went to Miami Dec 1 for the opening -
ow Shipment itchen CabinetsAND of the 1947 raclnj seasonat
Gulf Stream Park was joined
In that city I last Thursday by
qq Dr. J. A. Qatlln who with many
ports fans from this area were
SINKS jubilant that the sport was re- ,
turner after a two-day dispute
Thursdays opening was attended -, /
by socialites from all over the dvertisedGi
GAS, OIL ,and ELEC RIC q nation, among them Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Strong of Detroit ally
HOT WAT R HEATS S.1530 Gallon CapacityA who prior to war word winter Ndt'on' \ s ,
visitors In this area and at Kobe e ,
TIMKE COMMERCIAL WATER HEATER Sound Strong was at one time
president of General Motors.Mr. .
ITO and Mrs. Arthur Johnstonof + arches aWe
Orlando were week-end
T \_ 2 guests of his parents Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Johnston In Walton.
ayne and leydrsPumpingSystems The Walton I -Eden Property
Holders Club entertained Friday
night with a co-operative supper y
TO FfT ANY JOB and games party About SO
Carly A Complete Stock of
guests enjoyed the affair 1 1NATI

[I US FIRST Mr. and Mrs. Leander Congos >NALLY ADVERTISED LINES .
of Fairport Harbor Ohio, are A W, ')
expected In Walton for a month OffereAi--- '
stay before going to Boston ,te f Which Are t

tuart Plumbinl and Metal Works where checkup Mr.for Congoa his sight Is which having now a \9 STANDARD PRICES j ,

Is gradually being restored -
\\OLO IXIE SOUTH Purchase them In Stuart and save the extra expense j j
| Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Barnes a and Effort of going elsewhere: Our prices are as low / %
|ONE 100 STUART, FLORIDA J have returned to their home in I as rou will find In the largest cities \
Brunswick, Ga, after a holiday .
Thanksgiving visit with Barnes'
parents.. Mr. and Mn JJ. .
Barnes, of Eden J Bulova Watches,

Mrs. Frances W. Llebler and Waltham Watches :
sister, Mrs. Charles Burt, an ar- I
riving this week from Old Greenwich Buxton Billfolds
Conn., for their annual t ,
winter stay at Mrs Llebler '
a Art-Carved Diamonds
home. Mrs. Burt property Is .
now occupied by Fort Pierce
l rI City Manager and Mri Clyde Keepsake Diamonds tI
7 q 1 Swank. '
Speidel Watch Bands

t Leaving last week for her homeIn
r Abbeyvtlle, Ga., was Mrs. Ronson Lighters
Wright Mixon who has been via t
I 1RA1 WAGONS BIKES ting her daughter and family, Evans Lighters
the Frank Fees. Also guests In
the Fee home who are remaining Berkeley Lighters
New that back. i abundance at oar until the end of this week
| wheel toys hove been fcgcarce to long ore in
are Mr. and Mn Buddy Mixon Swedish Crystal
[store. ,. better than ever. Cam and sees and sons. Billy and Joe, from lt
Hammond, Ind. :MIxon U a .
International Sterling
For Boys 2 to 72 brother of Mrs; Fee. Mr. and
Mrs Mixon and son Billy were
Use Frank M. Whiting
ELECTRIC Miami visitor last week.
)} .
TRAINS. Our Sterling
[Shop Bg stocks: of toy ekcirieV Transfer of grove propertiesIn '
/ /trans. Streamliners' steam LayAway- the Header Canal district was .. Parker 51 Fountain Pens I -
POW": pee aria rt0hl modus I revealed last week when deeds I
\I' Tuck, traMlorrMra and eCtuorln. I were filed in the Circuit clerk Evershaip Pen and
arty Mode' Illustrated office In Fort Pierce. The trans- 1 .
t e complett Plan fer was from Dr. J. A. and Anne Pencil Sets .
Gatlln and Madison Weeks of *
$24.95 Eldred to Hudson McReynolds Telcchron Clocks .
yy and A. H. Shapiro. McReynolda
and Shapiro an partners In
grove holdings and the newly \
acquired properties connect with : i
KPH their present citrus possessions. .
We h many V 1 -
After spending the summer In
y Nt North Carolina. Miss Margaret
other items
{ Liddon recently terminated a
month visit to her brother, .. t
Walker Liddon, and Mrs. Llddon
'too' nu a to and has gone to St. Mary Oa, +

where she will remain throughthe <<
Dr in Christmas holidays a* guest
mention of another brother, Charles Lid- Js
don, and wife She will locatein i
and look ve ur '- her old home town. M*"*""*.
da- later. Mill Llddon lived In
Fort Pierce many years where I
stock. WAGON she was prominent In social and :
OLLER SKATES club work. .

''IUIhty steel. skateihst. tti: A wide, lecti Htn. lea wagon that,will; .Joined During by her her visit slater here Miss she'Vlr was

It It", Adjustable sa.lel ....k.s wonderful 01" Its all ,of Palm Beach wh I,

tnd l lot clamp. .Fywayi the qwlily hiturn you.are wasaalsLiddon guest In tbt Uddon .. .:
fro "
to choos home on the Drive The Llddons :.Z
ball beams" .....'".y : f ,1 Ing foes held top score In the duplicate 1'
tournament at' Indian
4ft \ Joy and Pleasure Hllli bridge Golf and Country Club last .' '
? [RICYCLES..A Lasting Thursday Next Thursday: 18 :f
player will compete for th : !"I
i Pwoughout the. Year for the Kiddie. championship. &r,'. ','E., : ALKER ,!\
& OF .;

PftrCE. RANGE, $9.96 TO $3| ) of Eldred were, recent 'dinner _,' It. '
Mrs. r. O.
hosts for Mr. and '
Hanks of Dunnellon and Dr.livid t reubel&rs
Mn. J. A. OaUln of Eldred, ; I'I'f

tuart t Har C00'J Mr. B.Arnold:--Mrs. O. L Pea- F.a.)
Stuart, t
arc cock, Mri. R- W Koblegard and i Osceola Avenue ;
Mrs. David Putnam were DrIve C 101at
resident .who attended lunch- t
.llNC, AND.,BERNARD' COKER eon-bridge Dec.:1.: when two ..

NE 108 DREW table were' placed for entertain ....... ..-...... -..,- \ ....
ment by the hostess, Mn. w4, __... I -

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PACK TEN -- 1III"t Wild, sTpABT U4* OWlJ, noara4 taRt3P.5P4T, He. n.! .1.s1j ,

I ;' : ';' HONOR FOE YOUNG LEADERS Jointly the five outstandingyoung FEfiTIJJZER PPNSIWTJOS -r---- '
t' ,
j I1 il University's Experiment Station The bureau'of Inspection of
of the State, who ,
i j Royce Powell, executive: secretary men the State Department of Agriculture -
1'1 "il'"il'I I will be selected by a panel of i
Florida! Junior Chamber of report 456 tons of fer
\ : j|i !II' Studies State's BeachErosion Commerce today announcedthat << Florida leaders, as havingcon* !' tube material and WI tons of
I i I the 56 Junior Chamber r-I \trlbuted, the molt to the welfare mixed fertilisers were consumed\ .
\ ''j j 1 of State-during 1947. I In Martin County during Oc.lober. .y
- ganisation of Florida will honor the.
I ", 1
\ \ Tallahassee ,Vt> Flqrlda U ,
t I ]losing thousands of feet of valuable .- HEAD I STATE TO SEND "t( tt( ttt( tC tC tC1a'
'i 1 beach sand annually and
: 1'1' \ no one seems to have a complete DELICIOUS HOME-MADE;
1 ,
""d M iI'"I" t. let of ansners to the serious BOARD $9,113Tallahassee
I"I', problem. ,
: ;, A report Just published by theI I f n4r lot LOOK SMART FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
I of-- ; engineering and Industrial experiment w Cbiistm l$
the Cnlvers- Dec, 11-(ENS) Whether You'er Enjoying Christmas at a Gala
t : ;1 ity of olIoieg; ) of hundrtdsof The Martin County Board of i
houses moved AND THE HOLIDAYSBURRY'S celebration or a Qpiet "" rTii'iCoiffure
i from beachfrontage Public Instruction will receive -
because '"steadily! en $9113 next week at'the sixth installment s More Lo 14spiring New ,
f reaching water" wad FRUIT CAKE
: threaten*
t f ( I' tog to undermine themPilings of school funds from (Rum and brandy soaked) Manigur.l end m. Good Facial
: the State Minimum Foundation LUSCIOUS PECAN RO
"' which once supported I
I Not Phone 205 For An
)' Why
Program Fund. Appointment
hornet now are standing solntely DEUCIOOS FUDGE
t f with; the'wsteraof' :Gulf\ Colin English, State School[ ... .J#:J <( i ?, .I r of Mexico swirling around them Superintendent, reported that I ....." STUCKY'S SUGAR SPICE St t 4
At one point In the state n highway the county will receive $7,298 for / 1# PRALINES.
j which used to bi separated teachers salaries, $719 for trans- .t PECAN PRALIN
j i from the water by i "ow :of portation and $1098 for current I l'/
) Good
W. have
repufctTOn for Candy
houses Is crumbling inn ihe"oc for current expenses. The checks a
an will be mailed from Tallahassee Ii' and w. guar .reful1.
Ij Governor Caldwell >tat+ tom"! Monday, W. Cfcnstmaa-wrap your candies, VI Y BEAUTY SALON
j 1 mented "nothing of vortb is A total of $2707455 will be Ii from coast to coast.
being done about bear), 'romon sent to all 67 Florida counties, S MARIE McGEE
"We're silting hen .m llow, $2.245,264 Is for teachers salaries, .7 adr.i:
Heath's Sweets
log millions of dollars v.>Mr'> of $138002 for transportation: and i II rs Experience

II, )I, Florida to go Into the o""iu tie $324189 for current expense, RAINS.a STUART 10 Victory Arend. Stuart, Fk
declared w

j.., The ,' university "xperimem Aililompua the,inability(. to Na Ja>> ;) ) ) ) ); );2i )aa ););>>a););););>>i); ISI 1.t 1 1 11 1 1 owi ira't ia'
station which is making a contlnulng -,, LOUIS E. DENFIELD perceive the color,jnrvn. f
I ; study of the problem
l Admiral Di'nftltl .11 hit feelings
: said there is definite need for <"' '1
1 1 basic research. 'I will n brood smile in Wash
; "Until the effect of all the ington: alter President Truman
variables which cause beach | Miiiiouiiccd Ins appointment as
erosion! known the best means ; rWif of controlling: erosion will ".. tUIdmlrul!( dieslerV.
main a mystery" I'f'i| :Nnnil/
However, the station rtoesnl' -
Intend to remain mystified!
s about erosion s found out, :stable value In preventing erosion -
for sue thing,'thr: tropical hur- If properly located By
rlcanes change shorelines nlpI I breaking\ wave force and trapping GIFTS
Idly. ) sand the structures can
Its studies also show that pro-
stabilize a beach or create an
tectlve structures such as groins '
I irtiflUal! 1 beach. In addition,
j and bulkheads b' side ;
I may of co I lI :
: i hey can restore damaged beach-
I I i i"i"I
< and protect property. F
I! However, an Important factor >M W t s.7 s le, r

POP RA181eery mown as littoral drift" makes ,
.J !t almost essential to build a lot '
>f grblns if you build any grolnf
,I taster u /all. drains are long, low barkers = We carry thfe most =
r I l extending out Into the sea 1 t
1 'rom the beaches i line r
; i complettr =
Littoral drift U the drift alonghe
shore It carries sand with
't t. This sand can be trapped by i f i Delight Her With A Set By
I II ON groins and kept to Improve the
II II I beach on one side of the struc- COSMETICS

W I olumbiaecords cUr;. Meanwhile, though, the He'll be pleased with a
I I beach below the groin Is deprived and Elizabeth. Arden
l I of part of the sand It wouldbe gift set. by King's Men, .
H i I Ifl getting otherwise to keep It v 'a n's Toiletries f Yardley'' .. .
; In repair So erosion takes place, Courteley, Yardley_ Old B .
I Eveltn and ber magic 'A second groin would trap .... Spice, Williams or Martin County i ,- I ,
trough sand for that particular = Car No_
I 1 vi I t Me riea \ the problem of the beach further ie ,
down Since Florida littoral -- ? s DuBarry, ,
4 I' I Goodman drift is to the south, the obvious = ", f ...
Edd Duch playa -and expensive-solution Is a I = The public la invited to | Eeninr i In Paris

j;: GekhwWaltlTJm system of groins on the east and f drop in and Inspect our | ': i,, '
nest coasts down to the beginning I display of | Cotf '
of the Florida Keys The
Keys are hard rock and not subject iXChristmas Gifts I IUiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiirBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiu ,. IIrs I \, \'./ ';\ "
Abe Lyman to erosion so need no protection ; \ w: Mai, :etori
: Aloha$a ii' "
The University of Florida's ;; .
Andy lonaJourney Vt-O-O";
Civil Engineering Department Is ) V
Senti nt planning to build a wave tank"to } '*' =
,' g- Les Brown I < reproduce In miniature the i Oran,.\BlqMOm
I forces to which Florida beach jL' .
Harm .ic Virtuso sand Is subjected ft will be aoublebarreled t V,.let Se!
3 Harry Adler d affair with one \ "

AutryrW stern section research Intended on particular to be used Florida In GENUINE LEATHER we i Registered\rugsi ts i Old South
BILL FOLD $2.00 UP '
Clan ca localities'' = '
r It will give coastal cities an i' = on Dut Old'Sp&x. us''
r Gene Autry
opportunity to study erosion Kirsten f
Pipes and
1 Popular? .Aftnerican problems in th* laboratory before At All Tim Revlon' .
ti 'Walt' [ building expensive protec- Cigarette Holders.Kaywoodia '; 4
tive structures the department .
t i i 1 i -A dman & Ork. laid Pipes. :| Let us fill you ,",
>If : Yellow Bowl Pipes. i' Prescriptions.
r j Th e R rd Shop Fire protection "ut'"lrllit1..y. .
'A that! It li I a mutter irf\ stall! oit'ol. recilrd

,)i l : J). Lyric T e Building <,v flat 1it,iliTiF 00) [pin cent of .all fires are ,, X-mas-wrapped Clears, Cigarett/sand "Popular i Careful, Capable and 1 5 0 01 ''r

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a DELICIOUS I visit Q\lr'\ !

YULETIDE i New'' and Modern I|
In Special ," Dresser Sets
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I t 1' i Pi portraits Diana Lynn | Favorite ,Sandwich i anicure.: Seta J
So by Johnny Mercer -
A Russell Favorites WHITMAN' I or Drink;
Si jiff in the Rain-Kellner i .. ompacts'I" _
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Fs Hymns-St. Lukes Choristers GALES We Will Be Open .....
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M -ttan MoodaEddie Lamar l J JOAN i Ev ry Evening C,
q B So by the Dinning Sitters
t I B Ar fy in Rhythm-Stan Kenton ; ', !. I Until, 10 P. M. ''I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
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palm Cry ::!'Iews'MRS.II.N large one and the flowers exceptionally friends --

beautiful. Thanksgiving in Northern Florida. lentown, ,H. T.. and Stuart were Record-Makers Work OvertimeTo 11111111111 I II l l II l I II II n1II I111111111iIiil I ill business. He had visited In Stuart

Wdrd has been received here and the following supper guests at the horn of Mr. ObituariesiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuu a number of times. He '1s
end was enjoyed at the and Mrs. SudhoffSaturday
? she Mrs. Marlon B. risk that home of the Rev and Mrs. Lor- '&; rrttta't evening:; Beat : I I I l l ..u"Iby his wife two daughter
arrived in Oregon a. scheduled Ing B. Chase Mr. and Mrs. Ray Darling and Petrillo's Jan. 1 Edict l l I l l l I l l and son, the family all living
at Lake
Como, She MAJOR BROWN 7$. la Columbus Mrs.
and has DIES except
been enjoying mother, Mr*. Tucker and Mr.
the '
ORLANlflf time she I for Daytona Beach where and Mrs. Frank New York <* IN COLUMBUS, OHIO Brown,
IN o"' at the horn she spent several Stegers of Stuart )Enough new Dinah Shore 1s waking SO vocals
days at
and son-in-law home the I were guests at the Sudhoff home.: music to satisfy America for two Instead four
and family the Rev. and Mr faulk.I of Mr. and Urn H. t; Herbert Sudhoff a student at U a month) Major Brown 78, father qf .... J_1UILOINO A. MooCer.PERMITS 8' L_
FUNERAL Oelr.bath years promised by the phono- Frankl Carle and Al JailOR are Mrs Luther 'sa.m. E.l.e.- a..L e. L 9u, slxk 4
at the
L.By L. Forest Grove University of Florida, spent Damron died at I III
f FOR R' She The Rev. and Mrs. Wallace H. graph recording people by New making 40 sides apiece. tow t11 M s6 x. .rl.b W-4. I& br. I
wishes to be remembered to all sterns Thanksgiving week end. at the Sunday at his home In Columbus -'' .... lw ....1..._. $9,006.o !
her friends here. I were the Thanksgiving home of his parents, Mr and Years Eve when James C. Pe.tr1110' Symphonic maestro too are .... Nwn 4....... s..r .......
*:* dinner guests at the hastening to record classics | Ohio after a long Ill-i s.. bA.b. w biwb Ie h II .... 6
ANNA a PAT home of they
MRS. The Rev and Mrs. Wallace H. Mr. Mrs. Herbert A. Sudhoff. edict. barring his AmerIcan ..w..b leu........ _Id."... ........ 1
Stern ; and Mrs. George Smith: never got around to before. Tos- ness. Mr. and Mrs. Damron left Q.rA. M.D. a-bd-I
and Mr. and Mrs M. M Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brady of Federation of' Musicians .J':. t'k": .. ,:: 1 I
called was served to U and canlnl and Koussevltsky both for Columbus Sunday afternoonand cwt $ I. 0 ofr.
W. C. Peardon WM
M1. Baker enjoyed Orange N. J., spent three days ... .
a ftMtt ,
fishing !** U pnMml tnvtura ""'
Orlando last week by the Martin Highway trip on happy time was enjoyed by all. here recently at the horn of her from making records or radio are In this pressure cooker Recording no details of the funeral .... u... ,
II, Saturday Each The Rev. and Mrs. Lorlng B. transcriptions, goes Into effect. equipment has ben have been received here. Fn Ft-kll. o. a.>, B.._ Addhl-w.
one caught catfish. parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M.: .._ ..........
of her brother-in-law, Drk, Chase K-ntlMwt bolt '"f Ll H* f '
death wishes to be The million-dollar rushed to the Brown was member
Mr. and Mrs. remembered L'Heureu of Palm City. Brady voices are Philadelphia a of a long l..r..t ._... W4r ... IU'
Walter A. Weed, who was a wellknJJwn dick left William 8. Bur- to all friends hre. They have is employed by the Western growing husky with fatigue as Pittsburgh and Cleveland Sym- I line of aristocratic families.from rMAa5IAGI r
X-ray.nd, radium ..pee1aJ1af. -i N. J.. Friday for Maywood, fond memories of their four they go Into the stretch; the phonies. the early days of Ohio His APPLICATIONS '
Electric ..
on the Company of Orang 4b.
Abbe I
Champion slwet Clan
RJ where years here as pastor of the Palm millionaire orchestra leaders are Harrassed exhausted Kay Kyser younger day were colorful as a ..1. ....--It...
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas they will visit Arthur Flndley brother of
; with relatives City Church In his I boat -captain the k-10.. a....... .. wwt P.I.
I add hope to visit working (without whit tie) haste inadvertently recorded on Ohio River : FY..I. t
of Port Mayaca also during the Mrs. Charles Mayes, and two .... ,
Csrtland holidays. They but he B. A x.4eM-s '-It. ablwn.
attended the funeral services. I to return early In January.expect again, perhaps before returning friends visited at the Mayes through breakfast Urn at buildIng the same number twlca. -.!later_ .went Into the drug. _,_P.IM __
North, In the spring. a back-log that will lastAmerica's A red-eyed arrangement slump
Hrs,, Gartland U a slater oj Nrlt.l:' Mrs. Anna B. Day returned Mr, and Mrs. Russell Satterthwalte home recently while on vacation I radio Juke boxes and ed In a studio arranger slumpedIn 1'1'I
funeral was'a Dee. from the New York
The City police
Drtrdon. .! __ _Mrom'd! > J visit with and daughter Joan of AlTO -' force phonographs until 1930. a studio chair and his noisy I '

-- Mr;. Mayes' uncle and aunt I Harry James hustles out of the snore spoiled a Buddy Clarke re- 'I''
Palladium, ballroom cording. Sinatra' throat
Holly- gave
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Holqulst
-Orlando were Thanksgivingguest wood at 2:30: In the morning and out during one all-night session: American Legion Post
at the Mayes home. They works for the next 5 hours in a and his personal appearance in
recording Studio. Frank Sinatra, a 'Broadway theater had to be
expect to return for Christmas ,
THE working between } and 5 a.m. canceled the next day,
and later move to Stuart or vicinity -
since Oct. 18, when the ban was It take year to train record 1 No 126 I II II
It .y announced, until Dec. 31 whenIt ng technicians. There Is no extra -
Robert L'Heureux Is now employed
Into effect will have 15 help available and the I
goes regur
Tax Payer & nd Voters ern Electric In Miami Company.with the West. numbers. recorded Instead of lags are cranky from the impossible I .

Richard IVHeureux, who was eight he usually makes In a twomonth Job of handling from .18 to :

hurt four months ago by being _.. period.: -'- 20 artists a week.tttCttC''CttCtC of Jensen Beach

11 hit while working by an auto, ! !( t'C'C'C'! ;
F hopes to soon be able to returnto I
University of Florida. He

ankle has a permanently I Injured I SHIP YOUR I f "

Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Langfordand 4

: ., ST0ARTTHANKS Mr. and Mrs. George Ham
mond of Melbourne cams down

.' : game fur the Sunday.Endlcott-Stuart Mrs. B. F.Vets Hodapp ball I I CHRISTMAS 'I I : WILL AUCTION OFF A i 4I

and son Jackie, returned home. ,
with them for a few days visit. '
I A number of Stanley parties I I FRUIT EARLY-DON'T | I

have been held hers recently. ; 1947 fbntiac/ Sedan
Hostesses were Mrs. W. C. Dear-

don Charles, Mrs.Mayes.George Smith and Mrs ; WAIT UiWIL THE RUSH | I

On Thanksgiving day Mr. and Ira IraWe "TjrT the Highest BidderIn '
For Your SJpport and Confidence Mrs. M. M. Baker, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Burgess and daughter Mary I Pack Ind Ship For You. j|
In Me th | Election /
at < Tu day.We Moll Mrs. Aline Burgess and :

daughter, Elizabeth and Olive,' See Our isplay Today. Stuart
and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krlmm I
,Who \\fere Elected /As City enjoyed a fishing trip and picnicIn Also Marmalades

Commissioner, Will C/ntinue to Charley the country.Robertson of Jacksonville Jely AT 8:15HURSDA :

visited over Thanksgiving Honey tyid Novelties
Need Your ipport.
,' week end at the home of his

uncle, B. F. Hodapp.Mr. e Y NIGHT .
Help Us to Help Yo/r City. You and Mrs. Rose Thaxton of
111, over-night
Ed's Fruit Novelty ShopSo. | l
May Be Assuled Th&f I Will Strive guests on Thanksgiving at the / t,
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hlg-
Mr.-"and Mrs. Thaxton and r I II
Merit Yolr Corjfidence All bee.
to at Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Higbee were Federal Hi way at 2nd St. .

Times. Sunday dinner guests at' the G. L. EDEN (ELD Owner I Bids will start at the list price of $2,035YOU
home of Mr. and Mn. r. L. Hlg'' B J I
bee. The Thaxtons are old "
friends of the Hlgbee, Bi)1 )a ); )1 :ti i! I :
AGAIN LEU ME SAY THANKS A.V.Wortham of Delray Beach -- -- --'

visited at the Higbee and Wortham -'
Mimes on Thanksgiving.
Mr.and Mrs S.-L. Crews had
r the following guests\ for Thanks 1
ARLE I/STUART/ giving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Long pf Daytona Beach Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Long and Mr.
and Mr. Oladwin Crews and
family. Seventeen guests en-
Joyejl the fine dinner
8. U Crews who has been 111
several days th* past week Is Improved TH .
Authorized =_ ,
The Home Demonstration Club '

of Palm City met with Miss Lucille ., .'
Inscoe Dec. 3 at the homeof
KEEPSAKEJeweler = Mrs. 8. L. Crews. A Christ*

mad party was held and home- ,
made gift were exchanged and
refreshments served.
The Palm City Woman's Club I "
will meet Dec. 18 at 2:30: p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Henry ,
= Crews. A Christmas party will
be held and gifts exchanged
price ot gifts not more than 50
JL Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wortham
Mr. and Mrs. V. V.Wortham;' Mr.
and Mr,. E. M. Hlgbee and Mr, FOLKS
and Mrs. F. L. Higbee and others
here attended the Endlcott-Stu

art ball game Sunday In Stuart. /,
}. D. Petty, who has been ill
<< at his home for many months, '1
Is now very low. His" childrenare
all at his home or near by.
Mrs. Clifford Petty of Miami arrived .

1195 Saturday and, returned much .
.home Sunday because of being appr very
employed. Sympathy for all Is
extended to the family. )
Mrs. Martha Whittle who for .
some time was at the home of
her daughter Mrs. 8. E. Lane, e su'ort which you '

187 'x37w due to a badly infected foot has .'.
x Improved and has returned to .
her Salerno home.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Palmer and -. "
children arrived last week from gave e' in Tuesday'sT :'\,

= Ohio to spend the winter here. ;
They expect to build a home on ,- .
Arranged at "
Budget their riverfront lot as soon as .

>fo Extri Cost, possible. I
election.! .. }
uua diamonds convey ylur Christmas WARREN MERRITT ,:. 1
.mot Mars beautifully, m* lastingly than ASSIGNED TO BAND I ; btlia, eat, ':

Off other gift and because olr diamond = With the Ith Army In Tokyo .. "'1

mean Ana'quality backed ky ouarcnfM Vfotohdiwi pec. l I--Pvt. lot class WarrenN. .
| a
'clnt and Merritt, son of Mr. and Mrs. .- \. I
In flee.
w* urge yw to Warren L. Merritt Salerno, Ha, ,

low Splendid diamond display. oq wB Is assigned as a baritone playerto '. ; \

U cwtirfn,, than;of giving the at part the of lit the Cavalry famed Division fighting Band 1st -- '''

your monty ion boy? [ FAMOUS WATCHES Cavalry Division which stands -- -- ... 'J-
guard in the 10 Prefectures '
occupation : ,',
l lj. ,
ot the TokyoYokohamaarea '" I ,uL .. ., ,!,"

MODERN JEWELRY Japan.of central'Honshu Island. \j.1 "..... Pau "HM, Hoensheh1r .d.. .. ."!.:. : I
T Merritt has been overseas -' ; '. )
:; f'1 ,," .,' :
1H1 B was formerly "
since April 'r ; .' 't\ :"
yiLV *WAREFOUNTAIN In basic training at Fort : \ :,, r
UcCeUan, Ala., A former student "
Martin County High School vi.;
qf __ : \1 > \! ,
I .. I
'If ,
PENS and formerly an employe of theArundel
Corporation of Baltimore

mow h, WM' Inducted In the
n Army,]! November ;,"5. After

1 FINE GIFTWARE'h. his discharge, h, plan to study

1 1 flletel .engineering.




''f i .. j: \WlllllimilllllimilMlllllllimilllllllHIIIimillimmilMimillll lllllllMIIIIIIIIII I to refund ILEr? TO SUCCEED EISENHOWER Chicago-Florida -

'\ i II I Notes of Interest To Veterans to A the,-Ye*.
I ,. Q.-I am .; Trains/ Reported COCHRANE & 00CHRANE
ti .I'' George B Moore V. A. Contact Officer under :'
I At office of H. R iowery, Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarters Ilk to Heavily Booked Certified Public
t +:, ,; j I 1 to 4 p m. Monday 105 Atlantic Ave ment to ) ccountanta
; ; ;
; ;
; f How does a former serviceman'I'Ii I. A.Under the Servicemen I you are j ," Illinois Central, Pennsylvaniaand

,f i ; fpply for treatment at a Veteram r.1 i Readjustment. Act Of( Bill) an medical ( w Chicago and Eastern 'Illinois \
I announce that Mr. George ECoff is
''II' Administration hospital .eligible veteran Is entitled to pltal or ) report that the Sunchaset with the* firm in our Fort Berce, Florida now ,associate1
I office
t Does a veteran hato return education or Job-training for a Florida Arrow and Dixieland art P.atck .1
.. 200 Buildmf. Te
In subsistence Q. How ) phone Fort Pierce
kn overpayment period of one calendar year pins heavily booked or completely 1140
'" allowance to the Government? the Um he spent In the armed tor sold out southbound through
Here are the answers to these. forces between. Sept. K, 1940\ connected '. December Oeo. .. Oliver, passenger
t and other questions veterans. and the official end of the war. A.-See \ traffic manager of the
.. frequently ask contact repr'sentatlvet The total 1 period of .education or : Florida East Coast Railway, an- ttr1ttCtCChri ti( t(ifP.l
: ot the Veterans AdminJ' training may not exceed four ntatlve or nounced today. These seasonal
'Istratlon: calendar years Time spent In lanai office one-night-out Pullman and
j J Q-*-How la the length of en- ASTP or Navy college training addressed between Chicago tmas
coach trains Suggestions
I( liniment for education excluded. Ice also
or Job- \. and the Florida East Coast arrived :
k training calculated and docs a! Q.-.I received an overpayment emergency ., their Initial runs
here on
I War. entitlement mean a school I U available to me. the nearest df the winter last week. Leaving
or a calendar year? l after I l left school, will I have Q.-I am
I 1.------..__._.__ __ .- -- --.. under Chicago at 1 in the horning,
they are scheduled to arrive In e
t like to
tt( a w eta w ..fwtv"aEalwPl" to ttt( tt( at ttC money x Stuart at 1:11: p.m. the next day
1 Northbound the Florida Arrow
I ministration made Its first trip Dec. 3, 4
when I rl the Dixieland: Dec 4. and the
I' Sunchaser Dec S from F E. C.points. .
ing fund They will leave Stuart at
I i S
not be (; D. ELsenhJwer! (left), retiring Army Cintf of Stuff, 12:13 p.m, arrive Jacksonville _
GE CHRISTMAS may 1:15: and reach Chicago
mencing or I the Pcntagori in Washington with (.en. Omar Bradley p.m. .
6:35 the next evening Operating
tional ( !; ) Administrator\ who hap |wen nppniiittd by Piol'
National / to succeed: Eisenhower, over three different routes
the trains provide attractive
H r '
offers ; through service between the j
i II': able service ,Ue tn- SCOUTS TO CAMP East coast of Florida and most
thj moat I
E Ej the lowest Insurance may be AT INDIANTOWN major cities of the Midwest and
J Seven : to any one of six per*: DURING HOLIDAYS Southeast, Including Chicago. St. Dres s
A Evansvllle, I Iis
six forms plans: ordinary Louis Indianapolis ,
ance, are I life 20-pay lift, 20.' Scoutmaster Carl Bridges has Louisville Nashville, Chatta-, Rob and

r TABU\AND CIIAIR COMBINATION I endownment. announced that Troop 3) of Stu- nooga Birmingham and ,Atlanta smaller Paj a r ,\ j
asked 60 and endowment at art has set bee. 26-28 for a Joint Montgomery many I,
:; :: cities s f;, "
PORTABLE IRONER about NSLI. 1 outing with the Troop 32 of Indl- i Qaj as ..... /
M ers to some the holder of a term! a. r .qW--t4
MIXER antown as part of the Christmas Swe .
er.Go ..
asked Is receiving waiver .
monly :
Q.-Do t f I convert to a'per-i iI holiday activities Week's Legalinstruments I II 01\
A s; sical : ?. All boys 12 or 13 years of age 'I a A .
... w AFFLE IRONS my term : \ the Insured 1s un- are Invited to be guests of Troop I | i* slip
A.- o he may' convert I 34 according to the Scoutmaster ullts'I \'
I VACVIUM CLEANERS erans may \life 30-pay life or -. Pur a \
who be contacted at the "
WRI eER WASHER I' ance by I \ and the Government.' may. al_ renui 0 PLAT...o.I.too_ .t .* Bed is A
Florida Light and Power Com- V : ac (
health the cost of I H Tk Hle '
It \ two pany office or at the Log Cabinat MORTGAGE For J I III
\ I HE TING PADS Ckarl D fink M ,... ,tt D llbi M Panes I
: ( d Wet Heat K'I' contact a veteran who car- 1,:SO p.m. Wednesday evenings rimk.
1// Dry > ) nearest VA $5.000 NSLI protection Reservations should be y...m A. M.k.u .t ,lr.U rinl clodben.n4 Sca s
I I ROTARY IRONER tives of uniform Increase the made two weeks prior to the W. I. Adam" W Sank LM.( r..k AixxtaUn.. 'I
..... ... Hal li
-I' _. .. e
will help any ? camp. I. T. r .t on t. "" 1. a r
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simple However,' a physical RANTYsa..d Ha to ed. .
liberal will be necessary., Uruguay!: far (the smallest and Mu. ,. III.hr4 A. Gli..n.ii. '
will expire most densely popiiluted public P. C. 11.Mr".._ M in W.C. C.C. c.II...... I.. p Belt 'i
to. year. about 700,000/ ) grass, in South America It has an area Umbra. 8k..... *t u> M ankle' 0, arightyk.dw "
I I Martin County Electric Q.-Is I rubbish fires in the U. of 72,153 squire; miles: and a population IMwa ft .1 l U L. U .)>tonJonpklM .. Blo a I
before term I of 2235000MOVBAUDICNOES ( ): N' .
converted to Hiibh.r4. to Jokl 'L.( .Doll SkirRE i
I' JOHN K. KILLER, Mgr < M.H .. ...
I icy? rald sunny oK I* IUd r4 OuUra
.. .
Dehon Bldg. lion* 7S A.-No. _._I. ..t CnP.ee\ to
t i converted i\ HunMrnew

Q.-What w OW.a. N,.L.r.ea..... .... nldai.
Ii i 1 tf !it 19de iai dt"df'4awT4 tm.x'il et vamim'4) 4"dFt FST41FRL w. .n.. olio.. ..M M.hn.Tat. I
'i -4 4 4 i i 'I l policies are .'w. C.In......... an H. r.B...Guinn.C. ...._ 0. M.._, 'Z"AMPLEY
ridl'.B. Fes, II.... bung Co..... ,. A. I.. W"....
I j aka C 'mhv ao aba aba w I SATISFACTION Of MORTGAGE &
If "i. j a a PMS. rxMral a..I.. ..< lout AuurtctlM .
I; I'I'I' I ANEaxAt MWI41Si fdAl SNENO IN to QUITCLAIMSBobwt W. H Hlf.
frM'b'1gISAMEFnRKEEDS; R. and. I Iond
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I CICOACEOUS AC1sH WEAtOJS HER &:..0. er.... to 1>. PubHrAKTIAL <.
; A-1 NOtt allu0 AMAV Oi SWS l0f ICLEASC. OF. MORTGAGE..,.. 107 ut t Street Fort Pierce .
a rim K.4..I b.lw..d a- Au "
Ii' 1) EsreollmcroaplaaaleasHUNR ,.... 1. TIItOft./ In.TRUSTLB I,

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gU( NOW CN9S'11' M'1;this she most thrilling Christmas n*-( !

r 1 1 s 1i aulir.Lan.\ Cedar Hop Chcst-'th* i : Intl IF; Fox News

atjDGI Select from many gorgeous srjrUs. RcmcmbV. Tu sic see 1

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LS OF 1 S .fMFather"f.S f.
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Rowell Furniture vo. Richard with Travi. GUILTY WHO'S? i Cahoon ith Floplonf4otest1or

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THE STUART NEWS.STUART MARTIN COUNTY. noRmA, TminitniT.. _nrrr_.. i.. un___.

I SOCIAL NEWS and' Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART.n. -SSFZ; :;; III I

_uH ervnw- ft er Ta n 1-V'. .'..ia enema j ,MD'__.-_' .MADV....n_ .UADTUAU_ n.''' ''. .et......._"T._ f.J...,.v i
rat; ;: .+'" t COMMANDER Gee Jan. 1. pence mejr will lake of- NO. 1 DOG HERO GETS MEDAL -

nouna' I of the VSCO Auxll. Ralph, W. succeeds ::...-...._ Russell West EXECUTIVES HIRE Catch A Bonefish, Tourist style A guest at the St Lucie Hotel;
| II I
larf elected Phil rice corn- Two new Clarence Hatton and R. a.,I He Is former political writer forth 1 he ls establishing legal residence
Bill Mathera \ old New York Post, <
minder at last week meeting and Earl Green Smith executives of the Credit : Evening_ : In Stuart.Hall's .
were Bride -- ------ ---
of (he marine group Capt. Von ed by the flotilla/ accept. Home Company, Inc.. of Charlotte!, N !
joiirdon was named vlce-com- I Von visual educa C., flew down In Smiths plane Electric Service ;
and J. D. Gray training mm, r .
mender training "Safety '
lost week to visit his brother, 0.
officer All mere elected unanimously Olal and "Synthetic Rubber," After Trip C, POST OFFICE ARCADE ;
Smith and family-and alsot
\ After installation by were shown as part of, the I
district official the latter part program evening --- attend the Stuttrt-EitflcoU Home Freezer Head arises'

------ Mrs. Margaret McMillen Reid- game Sunday afternoon '!i r rJ
iiilllllllilllllllllllllil' "luiiiiiin HiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii [ elberger became the bride of -.- FIRST IN TOW :
Richard F Warner Is back In J
l Russell J. West,
son of Mrs. Mary WITH THE NE
Jensen Beach/Beauty Son Clarke West and the late Stephen Stuart for a second season aftera
I Jackson West,at the home of pre-season visit of five weeksin
I = her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wile the Keys. Whlli inert he I ffeepfreezBHOME r rIJ
m/d liam caught a 9-lb bone fish\ which
Per n e n t s :; Owens I. McMillen performing, with the Dr.Joseph ceremony ranks with top records. Imldontly. -I
The Angler's Club Bulletin FREEZ RS
of ,Di tinction of New York
JOT Wheeler was best man and recently
= ried one of his car-I IJ
the bride was given In marriage articles

I Telephone 72-M; I pout Offte Arcade e by her father :
Mrs. William
R,Mullcr,Jr. was '
I ,Jeiuuli I Beach ::, matron of honor and wore a gray I Lair or Capacity
,' 1/' II'
wool /
I :: suit with matching accestseries ,.,\' /' war Cost I If

=-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimii:: / I I I I I I I I I I I.I I I I I I I I I !I!ll!!l l"l!l.l.IlllIlIllIIllIl.Announcin l l l l l l l l l l l l l l i iI t..1 I roses., her flowers being red' ,a..' ; I 1 1' tR e II

The bride wore an aqua satin J, .!. i 1 1 ., Three real Now Models I

dress with matching should"r. "IPhtme e J frorp hick to choose Ij I
J length veil and brown accessories "
The veil was crowned with 2490 Box Nil. 277:,
the Opening ---. ..... sweetheart roses She carried FLORIDA 1
Ii a prayer book with a spray. j
of All Kinds
Eight yew-old Carole Lntm, UnJuipr hugs 1 her Coder Spaniel, Topper sweetheart roses ,
The brides mother Ceramic Mosaic Marble
wore a : ,
at Sherman Oaks, Cutif after IK 5995
Informed that the ditflmbeen charteuse ,
ing and
cerise with
gown ,
Quarry Asphalt and YM we hi) them-thentcit in(
them'ii for the| American Humane &icMy award of the \year brown accessories and a corsageof Rubber new Dee; sea horn freeiera!

to the niittnti. most" "heroic dog Last Ang 6 Topper leaded In front cerise carnations Plastic and Aluminum' Wore Ih Oral in town to t be

FORT flMCE I of his mistress said (stalk the f.ings of ruttle-snake on his neck A and Following Mrs. McMillen the ceremony entertainedat Mr.I Wall Tile Metoihin home v meter you the style very.latest. FOR MODEL JUS

few days of sonmi Treatment, un<] he was will again. a small reception which was Tile for sale and '1I'tall beauty convenienceoe ,
attended by relatives and close i Floor Sanding an utility! C' n> In today ae. EASY TERMS1
ARMATURE/CORP./ friends of the families Finishing the lender i home,freezer *-the
The couple made a wedding I Rug ClesSPARBRITE talk of It) home freezer field
Mrs Evans Crary Hostess (trip to New Orleans from where! DUCTS
? they returned last week to their,I Ie SE On0/ freeze gives Joe all these flew feature$ a- I

ELECTRICAL JlOfORS For P. .E. 0. Sisterhood Company.West new home I Is owner at of 937 the East Stuart 4th Ice St. Our only r resents 've in f

..... ''r. r Tn' A. Mar County isGE
aas: ::\.. a na\.t1L K 1rly5Ld 1 -- KITCHINGS ENTERTAIN I RCE KEITH r IN.tlq.Mw ...
Mrs. Evans Crary was 'hostess!I work of Dr. David Fairchild NEW YORK VISITORS etww.w/J..- .daaar. Oa. .
to the PEO sisterhood Dec. 1 at Florida hortlculturallst who is; Commodore and Mrs Stanley I II County Cleaners I
Repaired andlRf wound I IT 11111
her home on Cardinal Way, St.I widely' known for his continuous I Kltching opened their riverfront --- \.

Lucie Estates. Mrs. F. W. Loy, efforts In the development of home on Oaceola to entertain a, t( '(' ':ti '.: it( 'j) (.
WE BUY AND SELL EL I JRICAL MOTORS business vice-president presided at the t flowering trees And food plants,, group of New York fans who ( (( ( ( ( ( ( ( (

AND ELECTRICAL] iUIPMENT meeting when report I many of which he was largely instrumental accompanied the football team I '
from officers and committee ,
to Stuart
Their guests for the
were given The corresponding, in Importing from five-day stay were Gaylor Bos- MERRY-
foreign these
gardens Among
secretary, Mrs. W N. Cromer,, are ths flowering cherry trees I worth and daughter, Mis Bar- C RISTMAS
read a "thank you" letter from I bara Bosworth of Johnson
Fort Pierce Mrs Ch"e Chee Ounsolus of St, on the Tidal Basin in Washington N Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Gino duldlcl\ P
Arny lure Corp. : D. C Through.Ms efforts,
Paul, Minn., who is experiencing, and, his brother Angela Ouldlcl!
a laboratory established
her first winter In the north,, was I A d B .j
Across South Island
Causeway- near Miami for the study of tropical
giving her impression of the I CHAMBERS
plant diseases, following the .
beautiful fall and of the snow FOR BIRTHDAYS '
I which she compared: to the appearance completion ot the Flagler system Mr. and Mrs Ted Chambers II III
in Florida, and he was largely
brush-fire of "Florida sands, aftera responsible for the creation ol f entertained at dinner Sunday YEAR
In honor the
birthdays of Mr
the Office of Foreign Plant Introduction -
The committee on Christmas Chambers: her mother, Mrs. L. .
and for its maintenance
USE CHLORDANE Seals, sponsored by the PEO reported L. Halbach, of Vero Beach: and I -

having sent out 800 letters A native of Michigan Dr. Fairchild Alton Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.
the .
with I seals Arrangements' Cjprence Hall. Others
." -present
to Florida "la1939

Me Crop-Safe Insecticide the home were of made Mrs.for R. V.the Ank trip ny to, and he with came retired his wile from active a daughterof work Hall were and Mr daughter Haibach.;Mr Thelma, and May Mrs, Our Gif to You

Ankona Dee 6 to Join ChapterR the late Alexander Graham Miss Marlon Stevens and Miss ,
of Fort Pierce In the celebra- Naomi Rood. '
Bell lives in Coconut Drove at
tion ot their loch:
anniversary < -
their home, The Kampong.
Mrs P. M. Hoenshel, in charge MALCOLM VAN DE WATER
Mrs. Hoenshel remarked that
Chlordane Insecticides get t 11tllheul bug of the program gave an Interesting those who know him find him a ENTERS MEDICAL SCHOOL !

hurling your crops. | I account. of.the..!life! _.and frigidly and charming person Malcolm Stickle Van de Water, 20 %
For' track gardens her Is t tl most .Rtrfeffective lth monv 'n..h'a' _anA.. .IntAo.. ._- son of Mr. Donald Van de Water, P I ISCOUNT I.
insect toxicant yet de) loped //1A 0 IECR eating-characterletics. In closIng of chosen Stuart{for, was the one of 87 students i .
Deadly to most common reefs, l if onslatTNRiPS S pear Mad4m; her account she quoted from the School of class of Ii A .
Medicine of the .
tally gives kills c9ito! 100%. one of his books In which he
#P R5'Tot wrote: "I would not wish to builda George Washington University N iN I
,when property applied C ordane 1,1 Before/ better monument than to have There were 2,500 applicants for From NowJUiUil Dec. 25
toes not Injure oven such dell e crops admission' I to the class
} wash made possible the use of valu- I I'I
week AB you get a new j
tl squash and melon vines ; Van de water was graduatedfrom '
able plants The hostess assisted -
olalillMtf[ completely In 2 or I weeks. er. ask some Maytag by Mrs Rlcou and Mrs Martin County High School 'I

May b* used with standard I] glcidesny ANT. users how they ( Gardner served refreshments to and attended Tulane Universityand 11 ALl .
Chlordane 1* available in ifcirclat cente. 14 members George Washington
brands of IniectUwettabl .-In likeytag.. The chapter will hold their University where ,he received !
j jgree.
dusts and lslonstoday. annual Christmas party Mont an Associate of Arts ttr-
powders t
Ask your local dealer for th NK BUGS pVbably day, Mrs L. C. Klckllter will be During World War II. he .i DRSES
You J&ve served
Ile sure the label Hates plaint f contains ( NrDt hostess at her home In Eldorado Army In both i I
Chlordane". T r,are no F 1't relative! fri do Heights. Christmas gifts will be and the Medical Corps and Infantry I i
received the Bronze Star
f substitutes WL 1 WORMS or neighbV ring exchanged Medal with Oak (Leaf Cluster I"! ;,

fMibcJ ear 5QIiHYMANefi the A m no of JOHN BARTLETT CALLEDBY and the Croix de Ou'rre Vane COAT AND SUITS r.
sa r 1 e with $VG Water Is a member of Sigma
eead happ b ag Chi Fraternity '
Calerae weal t as C ,ask John Bartlett who came to The Medical School llth?oldest 4
Ifus -
owners. win
areas t. T SQl = Stuart recently to spend the
In the United States I
ter with grandfather
for nan? h
ned In March 1825, four
a yearnafter i
Green, of Atlanta Ave left Sun-
of some nq day for Wyorhtsislng. Pa, where Congress chartered Columbian i
College l which later became
Coma noT his father, John Bartlett. died
he George Washington Unlvers- !

1 1 | D Ceatlsaea UkrmaUMi I.Chlordan" :abiul Flood al contain 7w lrith J In ea lour 'phonf n.with todaVl> oobligat I His attack that arrtv grandmother morning.here the of a died day heart of after a attack.heart his were hospital ty, The established' and university the in dispensary 1898 teaching and. !i LITTLE RES SHOP J II IIt

h Ibull.llriioa: made a part of the organizationof

/t 1 Truck Llre t Crop ck Parasites faiads t( i/ IskN SEC [STROP'SIBING /STUART SERVICES $9000000 the school.hospital A building new modern'will ;tj LETTIE C DUGAN [POST OFFICE :

_.. C( .. ,
PL be :
SCaVICt: FOR ready for service earlY' In
( x a Je En Beach Fla. ::non..!AT aIn .hNwt' Mu.erarraeaerie 1948. 4)..i. ). )ia ).)'()()- .-).(.>--,)- -', fS.-, .i ).)_.,) JS.i2,2. 5,),5.S'.22.-a -. ;

state- Fiona 158-J-3 cw..,::: T...U if.7 ,
C Sariay Disposal Units ......_W..rlq/.. TIM a-u! DUTCH TREAT WINNERS ABSTRACTS
at last Thursday's f
brides games of the Dutch Treat
low F R FREE BUUETIH ram 41.W' ___ sox 400 Club at the Civic Center were ABSTRACT f TITLE INSURA CE CO., INC. I

(tictIit t f.CtCtt! ( WfA: Mrs. Emir Svllokos, Mrs. Evans ARCADE '
tt iit( it(<< <<. + Crary. Mrs. R. B McPherson and VICTORY
Stuart, Fla.CONSULT I
Mrs. L. E.: Ashley

Our Martin. County Friends OL.Col NOTES and'Mrs.-LEAVING Edward P. Noyes WE GUA'rfllNTEE ,"MURPHY US i ACT" TITLES -j I '

I nvit g i iTo and daughter, who purchased a I '
I home and have lived at Bewails E PREMIUM FOR L1F .

Point for two seasons, plan to 'I
AGAI THIS move this week to Fernandlna} 72 Hour Abstract, See 'ce Courtesy .

to make their home _. _







fo Guarantee Y r Satisfaction


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\ Law 18 service of 90 days In GETCERTIFICATES Certain lands by the Commander, Naval Jeas, 1 leased
I Liquor dealers of sewn States comprising a earlier this
; Notes of Interest To Veterans the armed forces Is not required, part of the U a Naval Air Gunnery Air Bases, 7th Naval' District year,
of the Southeast Florida
Georgia -
I' I -- Alabama Mississippi, North' I Range, Yellow Water, Fla,, This lease, which covers approximately Bids will/be accepted until
I t I George M Moore V A. Contact Officer Q.--Can you tell me'what the I South Carolina and are available for turpentine pur 6,670.acres, will operate Wednesday.
:i. At office uf It R Xuwcry Jf Fort\ Pierce lltadquarterSI I deadline Is for a disabled veteran I Tennessee Carolina $72.062.000 into ._u __.. .__... __.____,_ .
to 4 p. m M induy 10$ Atlantic Ave. to apply for one of the specially -
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I Slat treasuries
iiliuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii" '', ,, ,' ''' '''iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWhen equipped autos? I Tallahassee. Dec. 11. \ENS1) privilege taxes during the fiscal r
li the deadlm for ap) state under oath that you are A.-. The last ,date on which The State Department! of Edu- year 1947, according to. Census
''i t plying r amputee ,IIIWJ Maya tiiianclully unable to pay fur prl-I Ii I applications van. be approved Is I ca Ion Issued 1094 teaching cer Bureau figures made public by
I t veteran receive jubaixtciu-f\ i vats treatment" Then you blust'laU June 30, 1948Q C. Parker Persons, regional' director -
and disability con "pf nsatlon ul, until a tmUi\ available\ In a a -I Of the V S Department W'I
t I VA hospital -Muy veteran r celvlngdlsablLly
''I' {JIll I4uletintef, Contact repree of Commerce
\ : compensation receiveat
announced this week
native' ol the Veterans Adiqlnhtratlun ---- i
the time subsistence allowan.ce
I 'f : \ I are culled upon to Q.What veteran have preference same under ,Public Law 340' In Stuart postgraduate certificate 11 FROM COUNTY AT' : FSV
answer lndreds of questions to ,Veterans.Administration Pore received by John 'I
)Uke(, these every 'week, Here me hospital beds? A.--Yes. Wesley Martin John Clifford All but one of Florida's 87 For Expert dv1 Consult 'II I
f'I'' Hit I answers" to tome ut the mole. Veterans suffering from ser ---------- Gray Mrs Agnes Klngsley Mul- counties are represented In the:
I, r"irmui ly asktd qwtwW .. 1 Vlce-connutcd\ disabilities and I LOVE BUSINESS SLOW riaupt and William 'Clarke Rlt- enrollment at Florida State University -
P < 1 a in u World War 1 vet those requli'Ing emergency treat- Apparently Dan Cupid U tak- ter, and a provisional under-' this, fall The total. of D a KEI
j j f':u. and would.I like 'to knew if. ment are given preference tor j II I II, an unexpcted vacation/ from graduate certificate was Issuedto 3956 Includes 11 from Martin FOR EFLORI
1 am\ ellKlble I I for medical caredid hospital bods these parts Is the opinion of I Lurllne Asbara preen, negro.' County ,
.' S. hji| ItallKation In a VeUriii -, County Judge Arthur R Clonts I, A great Increase In the number
_Administration.-Umpltal' Q-Am I eligible to benefits who reported Tuesday that only of higher-type teaching permits English said that 492 postgraduate WATER COND
I A, 'You are llHiule for hosUliaiteiition under Public Law 16 If I was I tour marriage applications were was noted. Almost 45 percent 193 graduate, 84 pro EAST COAST ZONING CO.
I in a VA hospital if discharged for a serviceconnected ,received In his office during November 'of the certificates Issued visional, 40 provisional undergraduate -
you have. a wrvlie: -roiuudiddisability disability before I had The judge could not went to teachers with Masters and 285 temporary certificates 530 SOUTH 4th ST. SHONE 884 or 532-W
t :, If your disability li served 90 day in the armed recall a month with a lower Degrees this month In contrast ; were Issued by the de
non- vice'tounrctd I you must forces number In recent years. with only 21 per cent last m nth. partment.
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Highest''ash For Your Car Safety Council-' /1.-- ,, HAPPY REUNION OF.COLLINS AND HIS FAMILY honor roll at Stetson University, 1 1't 1I 1I

Starts Statewide for the summer quarter This Is
a recognition given for consistently -
Membership/ Drive T high scholarship
W, can pay you the O. P. A. limit for which A '- -

a,.4f a* such a* IOU can get anywheSTAY li a jw Beware TRItStMS
llTHIN Tampa. Dec, 11-(rSs) )'::"For Coughs
( THE LAW the first time I
In lu 18 yean of
I SUNRIS MOTOR / existence, the| Florida Safety common colds

Council la conducting a Statewide t Hang On' '
311 5 South Dixie drive for member. Oper. x11
Aasr cis g
Creomuldfa relieve be-
fort tierce, FI. T e 190 Sting solely ..j a cooperative cause It goes 19b' to pI'Omt'the Tax A YimLEINVU.T .
Ron pro a t organization, the trouble to p At1ON/
._ council depend term laden pllegm, and aid nature owsTITLI
on con.
--- -- I to soothe and!zed nw tender, In- aUaANCIF
trlbuttng member for Itt activ- named bronc aI mucous ...m*
,ties. brow*.Tell yolr druggist to Mil you RIDA (
1F Each year the council prints a bottle of Cnwfiulskm with the on* e
1 "JO
demanding yolmuat Ilk the It .4
and distributes hundred of qufcfcljr allay lie cough; or you'way ana ABS RACT CO.'J1 .
booklets, posters and other afe. bsve your nvney back. KENNEDY.S' .
MOSpEYPLUMBING ty material to schools, clubs fac I CREO ULSION
tories and other Institution T, T, (FLORIDA
Most of the safety legislationnow ForCoughiCh On the Florida statute books
was originally sponsored by the "
JOBBING CONTRACTING council Including the driven 4, 1 LIST Lur; Room, Apartment* and Rental .
PROMPT, EFFtlENT[ RVICE license law, creation ot a State Homes lIb u. f
ALL WORK lUARAATEED Highway Patrol, school bus stop FULFORfD I
II signs and safety responsibility I L.RllfVR .
RAINS BLDG. PHONE 311 law. Outside of actual office ex-
pense all money received by the eftutt SiUib I I
council toward .' RENTING ,
goes the promotion : SELLING -

of safety In Florida. Irfmn R. Collins, hit wife. and their two liras "walUtl from Alabama PROPERTY MANAGEMENT .
lone away" aii prisuii! 1
'ath Room Tile aid Asphalt Tile HEALTH BOARD SEEKS William (left). 4<<, and ]James, 9. hold happy reunion serving/( M life term. f "ift ADDITIONAL WORKERS!! In their home at QiiaLertown Pa, after his he was I"I".too and umrited at QiiuUrhiwn' A I
Supply of Belgian. in various! Phone 817
Also color Tallahassee, Dec. lI -The ex- release from (lie Buds CiHiHty Jail "when" Cue.James where he hud conducted a well-drilling: IxisiwMDince :
tf and 3,16 CKnwrcUlINSTALLATIONSind panded services and the E. Folsom of Stuart, FlorlcfjWANT .
Increasing J Alabama dropped extradition 1910; Hit family knew nothing of his prlJ I.:
SALES work-load In the Public prnrenlings against{ him.. Eleven yw ago Col\ ","MI record! until his arrest I
:Tile Bath DramboaAs Porches of I Health laboratories of the Flor.
Quarry ida State Board of Health have I
created a demand for Henry Wallace has been registered KNOWIES INITIATED $
ogists, chemists, serologists and I Florida both as Republican and, INTO HONOR SOCIETY
E. 'Hovirra : other trained personnel, according J Democrat; as a Democrat well
I 'to an announcement from Ferris gladly give him back to the Republicans Robert Knowles, sophomore at COMMERCfkL PHOTOGRAPHY
m 1111 Phone 187 -JwH llth SI, Fort Fierce the office of the Stats Merit system If they'll have him. Stetson University. DeLand, has
i laboratory:: Vacancies In Jacksonville exist In the main and *By< HORTENSE K. WELLS There are those who believe been Initiated Into the Phi I Society Real Est to Pictography

Iin several of the branch laboratories that around 1950-1952 will be honorary C) organization
TANS IKTEO AOVEiITISINOr I Branch laboratories are :, Unless all signs fall In dry crucial years not only for the which recognizes scholarly; work Roll Filira Developed
located In Miami, Fensacola, weather, the time Is rapidly approaching world In general, but for AmerIca from the beginning of the school
Tallahassee and Tampa. when this country will course Knowles Is enrolled In
Only experienced laboratory lave to quit being all things to In particular; that the Soviet the College of Liberal Arts and PORTRAITS AND A *IfL PHOTOGRAPHY
Is expecting and working toward Is the son of Mr. and Mrs T C
workers recent
or college graduates Krueger Bldg B t i3 Phone 324
all people. and take a long, honest -
not only In Europe but In
with a major in chemistry, Knowles 731 East 5th St.. Stuart -
look ------------
I bacteriology or biology need apply at some of the basic the United States with 1850- .-
Interested and qualified acts of life One ot 'the Items 1952 as the "zero hour." Those
235 Dixie Hi-way I persons should write to Merit due for an early evaluation l II who sing the song of the SovietIn BURROUGHS ON HONOR ROLL
t System Office, Box 1139, Tallahassee the correct classification of an 1947 might If Russian hopes
Stuart DeLand, Dec -Oonald A I / 1 1 1Lill +
American Communist Just what develop Into actuality, be sitting / ,
P NE 276 kind of critter 1 II he? Fish, fowlor on the right and the left of the Burroughs, son of Mr and Mrs
e I Mud clillnn cannot. draw a plain red herring? Russian High Command In 1952 W O, Penny of 500 South Call
On the ostrich-like What I Ia an American Com fornia, Stuart, is listed on thevQlNKE
ill iim nil shape until they are 6 or assumption -
munist? We think he's red
a r
"there aren't! enough
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\ un T rr
Communists to'do any harm, herring, and we do not like his
America has slept quietly while odor
registered and non-registered F21-J.
Communists have enjoyed her C. CLYDE ATKINS Aiiii iin iifii
frt'edom.' taken of her bounty GETS BAR POSITION II'II'l.

B Truck Newse -- and labored diligently for her
e undoing That the Communist Attorney C Clyde At kin I .
Party Is legalized Is no guar formerly associated! with T. T REDI MIXCONCRE1 ,
anty that its members bear the Oughterson In Stuart and now '
party label: some of Its most of Miami, has been appointed
vocal' ,supporters., registered as State chairman of the Junior bar / I
members of other political parties conference of the Amelrean Bar l /
shout loudly that the Communist A.Moolatlon for Florida REST L GCCO
doctrine la disgusting Atkins Is a former secretary of Bulova Excellency f Beautlully designed
10 them, while at the same time the conference which Is a section from cen. l4kt. Llid wed. i
Croup $ ffrom52
singing the song of the, Soviet. of the .ABA..j n< "an American depression Is Inevitable lawyer under the ate of 36. A Pay $1.25 per week. Pay S 0 per week.
; all countries, Including native of Washington he has B CKS
a RUl8lalhould be Included In any lived In Miami since 1921, except r
aid program for Europe"If from 1934 to 1941, when )he '
the Communist Party, by practiced law_I In Stuart. I I.KW
act of Congress, should be declared INDOWS
not a political party buta 61SONRY
group of subversive persons ROT Y CLUB WHITE
whose action were aimed TART N. sae.
against the peace and prosperity 11ws..a.v LT's GRILL 12,1.HIIJ PORTLAND Pearl Locketsrom

of the United States, It wouldat H AUNW.Nar CEMENT $1,00 down $3,50 up 1'
least clear the air of a few ''aaHARRIAR.I i
stink bomb and give a more n VERYJR.a Phone 748 Fort Pierce SOc weekly $1.00 down
stable foundation for the probIng Simulated Men' Birthstone Oc weekly
of charges of Communistic rings rom $1450 !1 14p.
activities. It seems Inconsistentto WIVES AND IRS O! DRINKING MEN taeALC I II II
probe charges of Communism Pay l.00 weuiy. I
when Communism Is legalized OLISMo
politically In this country, : With THE 'JEWEL BOX
l There are some, no doubt, ITE CRO HOSPITAL '
maintain that to outlaw the rte For I" Site" Florida Bank Bldg. ort Pierce
r- I Communist Party would be a 6280 Caroni Ave Ph. 3-5 St. 1'"......,. ,..
blow to liberalism and contraryto
a the freedom guaranteed by
the Constitution. When liberty
becomes license and Is used and
abused by those who would destroy
all freedom. it* time to
stop, look and listen
M J m BEEF PICK.UI'TRUCK Those who apologize for Com
I 1W.lly.0verland munistic acts attempt to belittle
America and predict Its ultimate
likes Truck History with Tfo Great lines downfall, do their country i I I
great disservice and bring nc
credit or honor to themselves
of 'Jeep' Truj Designed for Economy ancllong Lifer W e speak speflflcally of Hen., \ Ii
Wallace and other of his Ilk
, Trucks with On Sept, 22, speaking In Boston
r I U n. ...ii I i. i m them n -noitwsr model |p" )1
Wallace said "The United State!
completely Sew chassis and bodie lruck-engineered never will win a third world
bythemenwhobuild the tough,rugge 'niversal Jeep.'! war;* on NOT. 17. In New Orleans )1J1
; Two Drive and a that the United States li
fl lines-regular \\l
t + MS Two great throwing Its weight around 1 Ira J1
sensational four Wheel Drive, create by the manner which might bring
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II'I ; 'II'I' Week's LegalInstruments ""- MORTCAci CHURCHED" Tel, pRisKRVi CHRUf. SCIENTIST or IMAM"'' PHONe' FREE BARKING ...

j: I'.i' U.S. Government May Aid State's c C.:: O. Sooll to, Firnora HOMO. A..Io. .it 0eo tk. nktaet ol la. .- _.. Rlchi Dw T.wn -
tratlon wbtok mm 55 n U. .In Chunk. 4.0544., rui WITH VASOLINI
I Kmoat Caroari Marr 1 1O. 1I..4..kI golontllt, Iknraikolit tk. world .* .... VP AND PARR ALL
T .... to Loula i. Bonnott.Wlnlfrod .
C. Lord. ot M> M ...tI,.. It.' d.TM' Ookl ii-I: tka rfrtl.ttk SINCLAI LOU BRANCH'
Tropical Potentialities Pamroft ot Ml. ta tho :| ;Uio, .oot UlKk. STATION _
: : Forestry QUITCLAIMS CHATTEL: MORTGAGE ...11 ibid >.4<0. tko ksdov of tko All wxfT PALM BEACH FLINID r! Wrd
\ : 1 : "FYod' T. J... to K r BornfeRobnt I W, r C.ltow., M Bonk of rhkoiao.Hobooa ...." Foaboji. IIlit, ?
.. .... ... tko olUUoo. vhM _.....
Horrla t Martin Co tv s. U Bt. LucM.Uns{ Bank
r C It. W It... U> 11_. Count,. ., .....1. ........ c....>nr .. IIU.; ... 15. UooM. .- II. .. 'oil...... ...,.
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I', :' 1 I South Florida' tropical lortstry \ -I,ot( the southern part of the State Southern Florida and Is considered Madollno/....1.r.. t J.k.o.OamH.. in Matlonal Bank.. Orlando. too....Blklo...., ."TN......... .1 an 004 di.M..&10.....n.C ..
I SPECIAL WARRANTY I.. _.. ,_......, l/t. 11 (e.. t.. FLOOR SANDING D
potentialities, neglect I a usieaa "weed'tree" by FINISHING
WARRANTY B r Hod.pp to O. A
1t1t : 1 wIth officials of the Florida For PottrDECLARATION Tb. Ln..e.50n5 .ila* .Include 45.l.b4he .
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II,! 4 until new except for small-scale some residents because It scatters I I".k iltk M G a.Ilh : OF) DOMICILE LTCAnuld w..n I.... tka Chriatlalllelooeo
1't. r,," i I est Service. A..II II P.4..4. A.t.m a x.105. K, Sut.nnoi.wr ot a' I* Tko toatkood. '555.... and HoaltkBakor
I ', ,I experiments by the,Florida Forest ,THe Federal expert said he Its seed all over the place. 0.0. Baroo ot tinq :. :. PO.e.,. ..: PuhawAFFIDArrc .5th R. tot 1St. ........_" he 500
'I| Its medium-hard wood is suitable J. Fuums.h A Th.d. D. add.. "'N_,' ..... O. _.LIo,
( j ', Service and a number of private \ I was "much Impressed" with the for crate barrel and furniture .a., a" 5.. Rl>_ :Villain to .The "P.bllo. .. tko aoeottod t/.ln>.| kokold> a.w MURPHY D ALDSONDO
,,: / foresters .and 'horticulturists .possibilities I he had seen In this Anna C BMuol ot vi lr to 5.05 VIsbolaP5RN0 LIEN I. tko Sar .. aalratum'jaouliul) lot

\' soon may be given' a boost:, I region for commercially growing source making of shellac.and Its sap la a 0. t C:, B.,..... ot ua M loka V. MoUMKiii.'Vrooortloa Mark, bntlck to Joaopb O-.ld.tona ot ... .fut.....nt.now rorld. MOM.....u.noct.. .t r_...,.ot,<..r but. ITIey
f trees not found In other part HONORABLE DISCHARGE .... .. tko Inn In vktek .. a.oorlooto. .
i by the Federal O Vern1l1ellt.f that : now *
the other products U.
Among r t* tod Hill- Armt U 0. B. Joknaon.PARTIAL .l....... In aolrlt and In
; This was indicated by R, A, of the country As a result he ... .... tkat 5 .. .
the Inspection disclosed mightbe RELEASE OP MORTCACI II.. . ". kroak snooty aooll Know
f I. Herlzler chief ol the wood utilization ,I will try to have some expert made from South Florida II........ Frooortloi. I..... .. *.4t Hill- Ro.allo T. 0....... daglnl.traWr WU- .._1. .... tot tko Moa .... dl.l.Pf..Ipl. ,. wTo
division of the U" s For--I mental work done by the U. S: trees are building blocks from dan T. "LOB ot !uOaorm ,> *. .. *. ItarnioaS 0Rota ,Han T..0 BILL OF SALE>a. ....... of tko all.nlrora tkat. roallr Jura.onlou.lir.W..4. Your Old F
I {r t est Service .at AUievllle N. C"" Forest Products Laboratory), at waste palmetto fibers, wall board Lutkor ".'het D...... ot u> to Wlnlfrod'I (15dW1( II..". a ra New
E tamron ot Wlnlfro4 D
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after he had completed a tourWe'll I Madison, Wlsd he stated to determine roots and .Lord. ot FaBUILDING
from palmetto stems a
I how wood from these from lAil-F'A; I<:N Of MORTGAGER GUARD REACHES QUOTA w and end Finish, Wax a Polish
I RWrfR4rnac 'trees can be used by Industriejhere pressed wood products C. MoCnltor. to 0.'t, 11._ PERMITS Dec UV-FN3)" ) ti
TRYP .. St. Augustine Your
wood waste and a sugar cane Poole L On I* Olivo* MAndro New Floor. T
I and elsewhere) lures ...,.. For I. F Wet,., Olmdato .SukdlTll... !Florid! National Guard easily
artificial .
I Hertzler Indicated he would pumice' Ashing 0. K.,_ to 11-: ., CapoiaL Lot t, I.... II b, II ft, ...Ido_ Its of
reached quota 1,260 enlistments -
1 COLD and floats from gumbo limbo! rlnt" 1'04..1) W.I., ,. ..4 .... A.. iia ,
V6 ,1 1 recommend .tests on samples of and ''other woods, women's necklaces aorlaUoi.. to LuUior D.... ot .. .: tar. 5154'tekellord' Htypman* Sub.* In the two-month recruiting CALH32-R FOR FREE ESTIMATE:
Australian pine first, and later rim ......1 s..In.. and Loan Ao.ooelatlmi dlvl.ton. lu to 17, Block en..* program that ended recently
TA WETS and other small articles .., addition to postal roald IS ) 14
to I uthM Damrofl ot m >>
j And Let Us
+ 5.5. experiments on cajeput womantongu1 from crabwood, crosstles from CROP MORTCACI: "%.1.690. U was announced by Help You Sol.! Your Floor Problems
.h51.t.ah 4rs5.d-.4q s.1 teb1. ".5-Me.h.L d l lL li crabwood mahogany: eucalyptus, furniture from native C t Wall to raratora Hojoo AdmintraUooj ... I SUibdlrblon or A. .W La.Shormaii. > nd, al."a"It Block, r.to. Brig.-Oen. Mark: W Lance, State

palmettos and others' Some of _mahogany,,etc _C.0. Scott to r-a}*..ra He.. Adailnla. ...> 14 .br It ,. .*..1....., K..... adjutant general.
these tree are native to Florida, --
t ( while others have been brought

YAL ORD OF I here from India. Africa South: J
MOOS America and other tropical countries -.. DOLLARS -* PATRONIZE
DART 4,000 4244 I ,
j e.ET3 5:05 7A. If the tests successful ,; HOME
E.4 MO they may encourage the establishment .' MARTINCOUNTY'a'! COUNTY -
se mes of dozens of new industrles YOU
I, Ft ORAL IGHWAYj In Florida, according to

V Titus of the Florida rarest'
I' Service. Tallahassee, who "was In t
j i. ST RT charge of the tour. Others who \ '
CITY C MISSION I participated were Claude L. De- -
Vane district forester at Lake- -' -1 I -

Regula eetings land. and Fire Control Chlel I Stuart RIVERS EDGE [I' CANDY r HOME BUILDINGWORTHA
82 M.2nd I'' Owen Douglas of Tallahassee; SHOP HOMEMADE Jensen dwell
DeVane has' been conducting
: IIoj a 4thWEDN series of tropical forestry experiments : I Auto Camp JALOUSIES Fine chin < 4Novelties By Bos or Pound HIGBEE & SURE
I Pralines Divinites
DAYS : In South Florida since *
1939, ADD BEAUTY! COMFORT AND A visit to shop 1 Mexican Creams Y THEM THEt
Stuar Hall Modern our
i The Australian; pine will be Coconut
And Trailer CourtRENTALl you com ARE
given precedence over the other, f Butter General Comtra MORE THAN

Public A 4 Welcome I I! trees lions. In It Hertzler'Is understood recommonda-, because_ BY MONTH DAY WEEK OR ESTIMATES SUBMITTED Just plete north line. of $L Luc'ie I Its CREAM+atUJdrwd COLD DRINKS P.nod.>Rep K832 APT TO HAVE IT.

I I' : I I of Its rapid growth and because, ALL CONVENIENCES, Sunray Shutter river bridge. Heath's One BIo>r West Palm

i.. i it\ seems'to have the greatest ImI BLAIR and BAKER Products Box 846 Stuart Ha.* :ETS Cit ride On The Jensen Beach

', f I mediate recently potentialities.criticized publicly Although for I, Old Dtalo HI.VT Pkoo. alzl ''w.-C. 54405.5P.! O. BOX.ass- J W. C. McMillan Owner Rains Bldf, sw 4th. St. I Right r _- .

I Its shortcomings a windbreak,'
''f this tree 'Is considered by some ". --
I experimenters to be an "Ideal"raw I Listen lkg FISHING RODS i

:II I material\ for both pulpwoodand Do you kno* there is is c. r\ I Mfgrs. of white straight Mote's Store LET US
I furniture .maklng. Give Your Car or TrackA
I This type of tree was formerly I A First ClaA Barber TAXI train -second .growth I I Complete Check Up
in \ hickory rods.
/ i I considered unsuitable for AvrN"Ixt cALERFoR And r Dods
making because It has ex- MUNC S' Well balanced-E.pec" EXPERIENCED Attr5nAN11FROWCg.
ii : i ren\ ly short fibers and hardens Barber Siop Tally adapted for bridge R D I NOVELTIE5, GIRa F.a..f All Ktadi
rapid yafter being cut. New and surf fishing in this ALES AND SERVICE LENDINGJensen L RARY PEN S4 HOUR DAILY
processes are said to have been He specialize! Dn Phone 9154 section.

i ,1 developed that remove these objections Children's h ts ."a ,Msmufacturers'Prices WRECKER DAY AND SERVICE NITE Beach Stan a 11 Ca
however and the trees
7 I alio call forGENE .
Suiort N.w. rooor Fw Solo wet aFSV1c
will grow pulpwood size In only USE 's & S Products OOY REPAIRS-
I five to eight Instead of the PAICILfri. I PHONE 9142 PONE 9131-J SALex r, cxANnLtA, o
years ... .
I Luclo
mow B
I H Go New a I Dhl. NI W.
I a I 15 or more required by slash pine Tkutoi1 Bid. %iu.rl Jeir I IPS .......Flo. ___ _
I.. Lif and other Southern pulpwood REAPER ;- "- -

trees. Its wood Is also said to .
I !,, / give ) ear worn, I ba',suitable! for hardwood floor I i -
/ fatigu I tires "second Ing and specialty products, sinceIt TRUEMAN v lerrimans' CONCRETE; Plumbing & Heating
,: wind" that'll ake ''eel Is unusually hard and strong. Fertilizer \ Tavern FoundatiVu, Floors,
ride life brand The cajeput, brought' hereabout I Driveway Sidewalks. Sheef Metal
w Bring *
I (from the East R'W
30 years ago CIGARS
In yoir old 'ad-bares Indies, Is a fast-growing hardwood I e dn.s NEWS PAPEKStaltest Uncle Billy sez." Blocks: ,. BT k. Drain PUMPIN SYSTEMS

I today We'll. re w'em in I tree that thrives In waiaJSr FEEDS Ice Cream Tile, Sep Tanks No M To* ll'f Tof hJ

( a jiffChaion's places like the Everglades It I AND ',Eaclual_ ....... N Awh F__' InEverything ctI
i soaks tip sd much water that it I, GCNEIIAI.INSECTIC. LINE OF O f rat I a. m. TU1 1J .. .. I I.......... ............ p..1NML, .Concrete STUART/PLUMBING/
R asonable rites ..4I Closed Sundays
would be valuable In helping to
\ prevent floods, and Its bark has DUNT 'a

uart R capService i so not mp retr:1t.th: :: : ; fire,l o"t Is- I 1M STUART FLACLER FEED AVE PHONe STORE; Ito I The Friends Place Meet"Where What de yon gain, each. day of I. L DEC R tHONUt ox 100 Me ludo Rs.
1 1I r
similar to mahogany can be I lACK MARTIN, M.. I : your llfef Do you add a mite to Box 936 Phc
L I 241 Osceola ..... 27.W'' .
I Ir Service Station worked and stained easily, and --
- --- -- your wealth Or, do you "Set, -
( SO FED. HIGHWAY U S. I takes a high polish.
I -- _--_ -- -_ I a-whlttlin') with knife eo"' .' --
\ Ph. Ha Sluort FU Woman tongue a tree native -
I t. to Africa grows from Central to I! Docks I t p'al' la' about your ,health ; Wa Pickup and Driver O N' S
I Y ____._ lASEY S J s T T
Many a man Is all toe content,

I f I II Waterfront I Seawalls Iden Gate Camp a-flddlln'' away his time whose YOURLAUNDRl vice Station

Properties, a talents 'eould be mach better
I Boat Houses C. a. & Trailers formerly We.ter'i
spent In earnln' an extra dime
*1 Along the Indian and St Lucle rivers and Hobs Sound
2 t i Ocean Fronu>K. All Types Of Marine Beet. Eats and Gas ,. la later years yes may find these1 First Class Work 1 room Gas and Ad.t tepairs'
i' BottV Beer Served
ConstructionIvan 'men a-bummln'; .upon th,' street Phone 287PEOPLE'S : Soft DrinbOn

11, i Taylor I undaya a'w, hanfers-oo la some low

s I 21/s rp es So. Stuart, 'den, wher down-aa'-outen ) mile So, Stusrl
I f2 i"A P. O. Box 474 I
I PHONE 104-J I I F ed. ftihtway' No. 1 l meet. It Is a pity a man should LAUNDRY Fed. No. 1

st ; 1 c land In places of this kind, when _
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I had they kept themselves.In-
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Too hand -
mI such dives// we'd seldom ----- -

I i t II I GENERA Some folks'.do. seem to get "Badbreaks, ,".-wiped out by winds and : ,SERVIC E S SPORTS' SHOP

I r fj) t.ECTRI C, I 'Wares MT!I but many it. lack what this life takes, th' WILL that Kennet Stj I Bicycle rental! SB*, '

it',! a t.. wr roCottages a EARNS and SAVES They make good dough, yet BANK: NO PART mme' RepairsAppllanc

.. .. .. .. anjWHOLCSALC Boatsthey live as from DAY TO DAT such folks ar1 licked a-fore Phone 41-W Tennis racquets. .
l Kitchen Laundry, f !IT AIL ,they START,_ LIFE'S ROAD IS ROUGH THIS WAT! r..tranl .
Cabinets and all sm'4 +SeafoBait For any kind ol j jLandicaping. Wilson Sports Coos1'

I E, appliances Radii A" ,, .. ol' FuifTackle !
II'; 4 ForJENSEN S / J Jo IJ, ;, r.C etakIng. eral Line
I BEAT H Genera'; Pa AT* '
ELECTRIC I ?<06 ,flaler I ,
Phone 75 t eta Stuart
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COMPLETE' The Snak-Kar et MORI DAVID :wicic CO IN FOR.Y0.
a 1 awI Electric and Refri! ra< uLAwuSUUS Stuart TaxiSERVK DV icy
tion SERVIC .
Stuart's Unique Ea ry'
I I No Job Too Lar Or newcLOEr '
V : '
cul Tennis G
i 0I't Too Small W* servo. at the yon y\ ( urt Construction ,
t Delicious a. Superb! Red or een Durita Courts
Prompt /Dependable Permai Asphaltie R q
Hamburgs a Hot Do nt Court

$ L IIIZ ELECTRIC Day Phone fO. ,I They're ,just the last vl d Little xAU s( 9 i \ I500Se 0t! litionlng FJkda,

1 ,,, 'Tennis The
fIij ,Hob Sound,3f 1 I Open 11 ,A. M. to Midnigl t SHO.j
Nite PhoneStuart Beauty ShoiIIS DONE ,149 BEACH REC D
347-1 I 1 Mile-s?. on Federal) Hwjj Bldg,
.j S. AKRON AVC._ PHONE m FLORIDA- Iyra eatr
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Listings of Implied and unimproved Properties I PAINT STUART CO. Fred A. St ord tANK ,MALE C.t.Mites of Wear CANT ELL'S ,

?' Throughout Mart) County ION '
I .; and Reg red R FIN Ora 5 Jake
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LUNCH ROM TIRES Sgsioeseda ? ,
St walls Feint River.te-Rlver 'FreperUesand ENAMELS Ci nginar A Fresh y
TRAILER PA It ?0 IIrIo, n.; .. ur

Jupiter Island Ocean-te-Sonnd Estates Bite Beer and SeCt 'ink boot.'Por *d Roof R \ ,.-.... of-... .=.:. :! Wholesale M
So Pi MUBPHYSHUW1N: -WILLIAMS Land SurveyorBtaart 5III} So. C4-xa.lo> ', ak !N.W : t .' solieite '

C. B.', ARBOGAST lIS Miles B. d 51 ut o roiiT PRODUCT: { Florida Phone 9141 and 'C. HA' SON'S: Id., Highway ,I

rederal Hl-Way U..1 J'be.. UI j 1K.S5ag. II S.rtla.84dete wid

AtlI Stallstato WATERFRONT FROriRTTM. InsaratM CULT CASOll P. 0. Arcade r, 0. Bos 171, ]rhone tM-J p l '\ j':rederal.-.......", JensenI'

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,Invite Your Friends To 'INITIAL 1948 NEW YORKERS PROVE SAILS ARE STRIKING rlERE I II theme of progress In Stuart and erecting a welcome sign of the; t '

Martin County and a well-known south limit of the similar' '

Sailsport Restaurant TAG SALES FASTA k1 t t.srurea. speaker occasion.Admission Is being will secured be $5 a tor couple the!to the of new the one Roosevelt.on city the Bftdge TWrth'end "J,11 I

and proceeds will be devoted to which was Installed by the.cI ltrJTi. ,
Just South of Fraiief Creek Bridge on U S' 1 heavy initial demand for

UR / IMS auto license tags was found

when they went on tale at the Low Cost Homes

A REAL HOMi COOKED county tax collector' office In .
/ EAL the court house Monday and 158
had been sold ALSO.CfcNERAL ac
by noon Tuesday. 1

R spokesman said 3,450 of the WRITE OfSEE .
new black and yellow tags were
SEA OODS ordered tor this county with' E. A. BILL'/ BALDWIN '
at least
3000 of them expectedto
tops be' purchased starting at' .. P. O. BOX 11 SALERNO, FLZ. IS;;
(IS.SO. It 1s not compulsory to C
have them until Jon. 15 although!
0 0=o=====o= requested that they be pro ,
cured by New Tears tIa)'. How- !
Let t innovations in I ever, the State allows a 15-day TED
iiJmlmJL extension after which delinquent
car owners will be ordered to the Everyone to Kj ow Wh* They Can Buy Garden
B ICATION 0: lupply window under penalty of Pottery, Bird tilths, Sun ials, Urns, Vases, ,Ranging '
co non-operation of their vehicle Basket*, flower Pots. -,
o until the tag Is affixed
HaT tur Car Thoroughly Seventy special number reservations PALMJCiraLOGXABINl.
Lubricated were received by Mon-
day In the (First CrS.fnr -* *
s collector's office for Turro Right fter Bridge)
Withffir Modern
LubricationMethods. which an extra $1 U paid. Proceeds 4
from this source are given G.F.BLAUVELT: d

I to fund.the State crippled children's i iIIlluululllulmul. Illlllllllil IIIIIUIUIIIII IBIUmIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIViII '
Expert Attendant on Duty O
Texaco Product M Marfak Lubrication Charles Roth, right, George Kulila, second from C.u_ rb_ Y
FirestoH TiresCOLEMAN'S PLAY PRESENTED left, and Harry Sheridan third from left. New fish Capital of Florida," posing beside a catch "
I FOR FINE ARTS I Yorken who (fished here last week, demonstrated they made from the jean Dare with Capt. Earl .j You idle money
FIREBTONE SERVICE that Staurt lives up to its reputation as the "Sail- Dare.FISHING .

229 Old Dixie HighAl Across R R. Track o --- -
I one-act play by Mary lawr-
from Firfsttie Store. Qtlfiemry. ence entitled "Nothing In Its single action or automatic reel. earn ,
ooOEono 0 ot oooc oJFJr 0 Place" was given by six mem- Some of the most successful fly f ,
bers of Mrs Carl Roth's speech lures are: Wilder Dllg Bass Bug
class at Martin County High Spook, Streamers, Popper Spook,
School for the monthly meeting iij Spinner and Fly Combinations 0 .K f
of the Fine Arts Orlld, Inc., In and, Pop-Eye Frog
the school asdltorlum Tuesday And when you encounter this two
night. Participating In the well- St. Lucie Region wily thorobred youll enjoy the I Per nnum* N
acted production were Anne meeting regardless of what '
Flttman, June Matousek, Iris THe TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A CUAIDIAN PP NATURAL tESOtWUS humllatlng trick the largemouth I, m
Pollock, Marjorie Tucker, Lloyd might play on you Experiencewill isur Savings .
Campbell and Margaret Peck Of great Interest to all fresh I I Look for the largemouth In make you a worthy oppon. A "
Mrs Roth directed John Haromywas water anglers Is the following fresh-water lakes, ponds, rivers, ent but never a complete master jounts |
stage manager and Lurllne treatels on the Largemouth Bass creeks and canals Around of this great fighter The Federal Si Ings Aid Loan Insurance Corpora* :
Greene was announcer.A written by Lou CaIne for James lily-pads rushes reeds weeds. JAYCEES TO HOLD tion insures indifj ilual counts to 5000. Husband; ] ar
report by Art Exhibit Chair- Beddon's Sons logs, sunken tree trunks, eroded BENEFIT DINNERA and wife may hat totallf 15,000, fully insured. 1 : ;
tTEO man Erwin F. Johnwlck on the An unpredictable but lovable pockets or deep holes
RECON RUCTEOYR.60ARA First Federal t 8 nil ffcounts are legal! Investmenfor *
exhibition at the Civic Center scoundrel, the largemouth blackball SIZE The world record benefit dinner sponsored by Trust Funds, j welJjis Funds held by '
tonight and tomorrow headed Is appropriately called the largemouth, caught on rod and the Junior Chamber of Commerce Guardia"
the business session. Flans were King of American Game Fishes reel, was taken by George W. will be given at the LIght- Administrators an Exajitors. f :
made- for arranging the show Its many and mixed trait makeIt Perry In Montgomery Lake house Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. 11 Write
/ this morning and afternoon.A the most sought-after game Georgia on June 2, 1932. It''The program will be built on the '
ZS TEE contest for securing a design fish in the world Tossed together weighed 22 pounds and 4 ounces. 1
'Ia for a permanent emblemfor are courage stamina vlc- The average size, taking the SILVERWAREDiamonds FIRST! 1 HEDERAL I
Putt eeSawa the Guild was announceddue lousness,_ cunning, versatility. country as a whole, would be Watches .)
to start soon and Charles s t u b b o r tineas, showmanship from 1 to I pounds but in the Ring and Watch" tirop sit ,
USE E. Lane of Bewails Point was tight and-Just pure eussedness. south the average Is higher, Savings ) ioan Associationof 'L. U
TEA 1H named a new Guild director to At times will spurn the most FLAVOR The flavor of ,,'"" ... ant .
2 00 Ali Aria be In charge of Its next dramatic attractive artificial bait to gob' the largemouth Is excellent when IndianVERO1 \'er County': .
..Oosrs production tentatively scheduled ble up a worm or minnow. Again, taken' from clear waters but '1.
Buy a knew. a by Unit for late next month. Treasurer it will pass up a luscious looking when caught from muddy lakes onT41 "
vatned original eleani, D. M. Marshall reported S3 gob of wiggling nlghtcrawlers to or sluggish mud-bottom streamsIt 1512-20th Street Dial 2187
.aperts e a n
S HIM, giunntMdudn i members now In the Guild with smash viciously at the homeliest is Inclined to have a muddy STr r
fiM R. W. Sedg |Secretary-Treasurer
| Irat .Sala, odd 102 Mae in r19,originally many more expected President plug tossed nearby. Periodically flavor 'i'
rid for 59.95 N nuud is 1947 wit sew style Ilexibh card. H. R. Bteffens announced all It will sulk without reacting FOODS No snooty aristocrat Member Federal i Loan Bank and Federal "
new bag,and new F. meetings hereafter will be the toward any lure, artificial or na- the largemouth will please Savings and| iin Insurance Corp. .
first Thursday of the month with ,tural But, when the large- the live-bait fisherman by killIng j
the exception of January whenIt mouth Is looking for business anything resembling worms Current r 4
will be JanJAYCEEETTES, a. here Is an antagonist who will, Insects frogs crawfish, minnows 107 N. 2nd St. irt Pierce 1
offer everything to be desired field mice, small birds, .
REE HOME TRIAL FLAN In the way of gamey sport. snakes and even young muskrats -
NAMES Actually\ a member lB
of the sunfish family, the LURES On the prowl, the
If you can't efr. in, Phone fvf ami 9-4720 or Mail All Jaycee-Ettes requested largemouth black bass II 1 known largemouth will smashwith ,C
Coupon Below to meet at the Civic Center at by a number of nicknames In equal vigor at wet or dry files,
Monday to take down surface or underwater plugs,
8 pjn various parts of the country.
UNIT VACUUM CLEANER decorations, It was announced The more common misnomers spinners, spoons bucktalls or
STORE Monday Preparations are un- are: broniebacker, chub, trout, iplnner-and-fly combinationsto -
der way now by the organization green trout, green bass,llnesldes, the delight of the artificial
1607 N. E. nd Are. I Miami, Fla. to give a Christmas nigh mossback, yellow bass and big bait angler.
I I am interest in a Free home emonstration of a party at the center. Music will mouth. METHODS Methods of
United Recon ted Electrolux. >. rendered by Gene Hulls and CHARACTERISTICS The fishing also vary with the section 4IooIL&j
Name his orchestra of West Palm color of the largemouth will vary of the country and large-
----------- II The mouth be bait-
Beach starting at p.m. In different waters Those takenIn can caught by

Addrei ,.,, ..,..,c---- -------- party will be semi-formal and. clear sand-or-gravel bottom casting fly-fishing\ still-fishing,
j admission will be $1.25 a P "on lakes and streams have green bobbing skittering and trolling.
City State ._.._ (code Sl) Refreshments will be rAined sides shading into white on TACKLE Bait casting is
without charge.IMICiClita elly. Those from mud-or-moss by far the most popular medium
bottom lakes or sluggish streams and the accepted outfit I II a IVi J
(<.1 and sides while the belly will tapered, tubular steel such ai
vary from grey to a yellowish the PaL" With this' 1 is preferreda
A VERY white. Regardless of water conditions fast-action;; level-winding castIng Hobe Sound Lumber & Stippw Co.. Inc.
a dark, blackish stripe reel with aluminum spool
runs along the sides from the 'and line from 10 to 11-pound
gills\ to the tall test.
\ The largemouth can be distinguished I Some of the most popular casting !( ( w1( ( ( ( ( ttt( .a(1w ( ( 'a 's tt(lw ttt( w""Q !( .t (!IPwI(ii(
Merry Christmas readily from the lures are River-Runt Crazy-
smallmouth bas by the position Crawler, Lucky 13, Chugger, -
of the maxillary or jaw Joint. Vamp, Punklnseed and Stanley ]
On the largemouth bass this Weedless Pork Rind Spinners, MAKE H R (r
That Will ast For Years JoInt extends back from the eye, as well a* many types of spoon SAPPY
while on the smallmoutb It ends Fly fishing for largemouth
directly below the eye. has proven such excellent sport 1m
"There Is Notiing Finer Than"SI RANGE Due to extensive that it is rivaling bait casting _
transplanting, the largemouth recent years The preferred fly ?
Is now found In nearly every rod has a "dry fly action Is 8 to VENETI N BINDS
tate of the union Canada and II feet in length, with a No. 3or
r Mexico. Also, it has been intro- 2ft ferrule, and weighs from
duced successfully\ Into France, 0 to J% ounces. With this 1* i FORTH .
'ROMBEraGCARLSONI Germany and South Africa. \used a level or tapered line and i A

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noil F. M. reception I

Ve can guarantee 'Tumble, 'I i CHRIS MA

alsoliavema Tumble :Turriblel"
ToMoto urther fill YOUR RA 10 needs we I '

: 9r"\ .\ 1 Custom Built To Fit 4ur Window
oia Radios Home &ttuto .' 3i.a litydetr Is back I After t1r. tars,"W a tewrn cat got m form 1 '
Vars ta Capital City,BM ... raUrW \ ta twenty yousr Aa< HUB B.ikk Call 225 Fort rce
I.. 'fill': Garod Personal. (Camera type) ., sad MM t*ea.Joy pus b tile tOBfM Mt d kl* hwk
''fully km an MapU Mi***. ton as few priced a*k eft AND ,
Wester Wire Recorders I j First thing. B.a COM Is write ujeouplalnlnr r.bwHAUlBgs
I Players sow Our T o wa has era. Let One Of Our Representatives M sure Your Windows
Record !;*haBg.L"Why then'a*mod la Aa alt, yec esn I Y
:itM[ \ ruse to slat .p to you point growing ytdsrssas -
H rvey.Wells'Marin Radiophone ,ankltt fait* a* say. No pistol |rate,whoksom.-of M UFACTU3l
tadlnf to the\ town square! N* a. taros I folk la our TRASaI ;
.....bl.. liquor or 8at. dy ?an pmt.,and nafgb- I ). Mi. of .,
.t' sight brawls Nothing. to 4oJ sad b.kav d. Ample Park' ,. ,J
BROS. settle for ala "

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i rtll it 01e} tLrnrt ctu A MERRY CHRISTMAS WISH Pr COLIII Horticulturally Speaking Letters To The Editor

I aoDoC ..on ii i poor-
5. oao==== aoemttoaot: ::: 'OCl' OQ'
Published every Thursday at Editor: Stuart Newt;- ,
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, TH following inkle was "presented at the annual I mffttng oj the Ther1 a "Marer Arena ta Brooklyn, but '
4'y t by Stuart Dally Mews, Inc, a Florida Store Horticultural Society at St. FeUnburg,, N__, 1947 no connection with the new town In the corrtliwat It probably !ion
Florida corporation LAST WEEK" corner
\ Martin County called "Marcy.Ooul4 this be
Entered second-class mall II08a1ble1Iar: "
U le0Air
jl C ,
lint of
syllable Martin "cy, a new abbreviation
a matter at the poet office at David C. A. lelbert. Associate Horticulturist: of eoun*
I "Marcy a coined name for bat In
I county the State of nortdTi,
I. Stuart Florida, under the Acts Vegetable Crops Laboratory '
Could be f .
of March a, 1879. Florida Stations
I 1ti Agricultural Experiment .
)l LoaJi J. Schneider '
A FREE PRESS firadenton, Florida
I 34 YEARS OF SERVICE. t Station Jamaica, N. T.
the of Florida
i Since publication Agricultural Experiment ....
: and Th. Itw.b 0.11 N..a. Bulletin\ No. 405 in 1944 and the paper on new varieties by E CMinnura -
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..f the start TIo., ., t. ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH
A FREE PEOPLE ,._ .u bl.h.d eta anal. April U. published ta the 1944 Society Proceedings, many new vegetable
abl.k 1111, .n4 Th.th.rl..::.=.Ywaaw a.alid.t.d. t"h n i I Ia varieties, itrtim and hybrids have been found suitable for use in Right, now Stuart should be tooting its horn at "the
11..10 I. UI1 Th. eta.t Daly 1'1.' .... ; Florida under various climatic and soil conditions.It Christmas Shopping, Center" of Martin County;
/u.founded Ortoktr fe.rry. I. Kit.....lto. u w..k.Ir WI $ AFYQ Is the purpose of this paper to bring theM varieties and strain Personal invitation should be mailed to eve \.'
I : I bark itlr.-: ... to the attention of the membership so that by trial plantings, they may dent of Indiantown, Salerno, Jensen Beach Hobe lund

(I; ID'II'Df .._ ...... __.0.:..,.. Yaae 1+ I benefit directly by adopting varieties better adapted o their individual Palm City Port Mayaca, Jupiter bland, SewallvBand
... .... i iJpH4 needs A suitable hybrid can: often the !increase vtekU Port Sewall Inviting them to Come in and
.. or give
IJINIIT.F. LYON .. ,. --.Ad.,1a4. II. variety take advantage
___________________________ l and lots often the of shopping facilities.
I that make the difference between profit ,, can: spell our
SUBSCRIPTION RATES difference between high quality which is always in demand and the"drugonthemarlcet" Our right, hand should be extended to the 6,000
.. .. (f
I. err 11.11. 0. reo. II.tl Twe *_. ,ret .. .. gUC prop
type of quality which caa Hand little ably closer to 8,000 now) residents of this county
.t ," Ad..t.... PI'" ..d. Y.... .. .......11a, fl",. 'aauM.M. ..L-... "'. ..... lion. This extra quality is going to become more Important oompeti'I'I them about all the bargains and buijrng' advantages telling of tk

f 'l'h 110.\001. P-.I If N wda.dr ni..I ar.ntItW N.a.b1..4r.t/ Y thI rI f.. ....blleatl.a. ii aD ...... 1 packaging of vegetables gains in importance, and u the individual trade. center.The "

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS grower', identity becomes a part of the pack. Eye appeal may sell town should be brightly, decorated for the Yule.

.I i Tto AMorlaMI Pn.. .If ...1.... ...1..1..1, to. th. ... for r...1011.....* of .U U, the first package eye appeal plus taste appeal the repeaters.' tide season
I.e.I I _!. ...!.\001 U tkls. ..__. U ..0 u all AP Nodklatek... More attention probably has been given to the'producing, testing Asleep at the switch we have done none of then,
T'';' lllllllllllllllllllirilllllllllllinilllllllllllMIIIMIIIIII: : IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIf and selecting of varieties and hybrids than any other phase' of vegetable things in particular, .except by individual effort This fa
I I ; production.: The result has been that there are many varieties of most not criticism-the omission merely points the way to M

f'Worthy of Meditation. kinds of vegetables, and the production of new vegetable hybrid lines opportunity. ,
is increasing year by year. Only through the diligent: \ testing of these like all other good things, this Job'needs manpower
I'' 11111I111111111I11I11111111111111111111I11111111I11I111111 lllllllllimilllMlllllllirillIf varieties In many sections of the vegetable growing areas can those which will sacrifice time during a busy period to do a top
' t If we can impress upon our youth principles of friend- beat adapted to Florida's varied soil and climatic conditions be found. notch Job for the town. Before any one criticizes, let kin
linen and mutual respect, we shall go a long way toward wtlGto. In spite of the accumulation: of much information bv numerous work. first come forward and say: "I'll head such an effort"

I,, I establishing a better understanding among the nations of ers, the selection of the best variety' for(*. given location remains a All we're shy of Is willing manpower
the world. serious and difficult problem.In .
===OClOlOClO= : ===OCl0c:30ClO: addition of and Increased PEPPER POT SOUP
i f Harry S, Truman to |$e Importance quality improvement
COME ON LET'S LAUGH yields many of the new varieties also add crop insurance through (Fort Meyers News Press)
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1 =: oeoeooo"oooe: : : -=aOClOC= disease resistance.., This, factor is especially Important In the older The proposal being cooked up by the Associated IB.
\ NEWS and COMMENT growing areas where the land has become infected with the many dustries of Florida that Senator Pepper be expelled from
CONE FAR ENOUGHA inhabiting diseases, such as fusarium wilt, southern blight and pink the senate Is perfectly absurd. It'a so ridiculous, in fact
d." O===oonoamooo===OClOWOSDER Negro was telling his parson that he silo nuf had rot. Varieties resistant to such diseases as potato late blight, which that the people circulating it, who are pretty smart cookies! !,
finally gotten religion. The pahson probed; "And is yo'sho has been so destructive on tomatoes, early blight on tomatoes, frog must know it's absurd. However, while nothing
WHY some Stuart churches are taking to. the you'se gonna la yaside sin?" eye spot on peppers, tip over of eggplant and others too numerous to possibly .come of their proposal itself, they obviously could
,I woods? Churches situated 6 to 8 blocks out of the heart "Yas, suh, I'se done done it I" mention are badly needed. Choosing the right variety from this stand to serve a purpose by circulating it. hope'
of town are O K. for folks who have cars but not so hot "And is yo' gwine to be good to yo' netghbahl" point Is often more important to the grower than other factors, because That is to bring Pepper's record
purpose to the atten.
r ; .1 r for those who must walk from the far side of town or for "Yas, sun, pahson, yas suhl" I I if old, diseased land Is to be planted; the choice of a variety resistantto tion of his constituents now and try to keep it there. This
I 0 "And is yo' gwine pay up a1t.yo' debts the disease involved will assure' him of a crop while the use of a is
the tourists situated in downtown hotels. sort of counteroffensive
the a toPepper'. own campaign
turned looketi at
The convert and aghast parson.
would than failure.
susceptible variety more !likely prove a for reelection. There ,
e "Now look out pahson-watch out heah-yo' ain't talkin' are, some who say that Pepper
:I L AN ACCIDENT at Third Street and the federal highway religion now. Yo' is talking business!"-Washington A clarification of the terms Variety, Strain. Hybrid and Lines u spends four yean being' his own kind of senator and two
t used in most publications vegetables might be of interest Quoting running' for reelection and the
I' Sunday afternoon high-pointed the fact that this News Digest.EXERCISING. years two-year period be.
I'i i II w Intersection w an extremely dangerous blind spot in T. O Graham in Vegetable Varieties & Hybrids "There" are basis differences fore his present term expires In 1950 will be> starting pretty

,I which one frame house blocks off the view to the A PREROGATIVEBefore between a variety and a hybrid. In a variety. the seed for soon. In his campaigning, Pepper soft-pedals his recordon
l south and a large bougainvillea vine completely shuts election the politician stood on his principles: crop Is produced through pollination which is not controlled. Truenessto international and national issues and bears down hard
'1 a off ,the northern approach. Since both of these are after election he jumped up and down on them.-Norman varietal type is maintained by elimination of types by selection In instead on the money he got for a hospital here, a federal
o on the State rurht-of-way, the State Road Department A. Mittenmeyer. a hybrid the seed Is produced u a result of controlled pollination. e building there, a flood conrol project somewhere else. The

''I l should see that they are moved back or put a barricade LAST ACT? --:- term strain is applied to a certain selection of a given cross: propagated association'* purpose la to raise Pepper's record to view,
to maintain certain: desirable characteristics! a hoe is single if the senator won't run on it himself
across the intersection because it is certainly a
Drive carefully; don't insist on your rites.-Auto plant
selection from from which additional selections \
plant a cross single
J potential death trap. News, The Associated Industries of Florida consists of that
I e may be made or plants having undesirable characteristics eRos group popularly known as "the Interests." They have
I OUT-OF-STATE motorists, in a hurry to get to Miami, APPEALED inated. A given line either soon becomes a strain or variety or is eliminated scant sympathy for a senator who lines up with labor

1 .' are again whizzing through Stuart on U. S. L at from 40 Father: "Wasn't that young Jones I saw downstairs as undesirable. Hybrid vegetables often produce plantS of unions, votes for rent control, urges .a higher minimum
.to( 60 miles per hour, without one stop sign on the highway last night!" great vigor and yield capacity very uniform In size, quality\ uniformityof wage, supports health insurance, federal housing programs
J -compared to Fort Pierce, which has at least five stop Daughter: "Yes, Dad?" maturity, and resistance to disease. and other social legislation. But they are toe
ll i signs through its city limits on U. S. 1. How about the Father: "I thought I issued an injunction against his We can expect to see the use of hybrids increase in vegetable adroit to make a frontal 'attack against Pepper,on these
I rj 1 I I Jaycees making another effort to get a couple of stop seeing you any more." growing u methods of producing seed in quantity are perfected and points, which constitute their' chief objection to him Instead .
i;: signals installed on,the highway-or are we going to have Daughter: "Yes, Dad, but he appealed to higher cost of seed reduced. The hybrid has proven its worth In many kinds they make a flank attack to hit Pepper on In last
dfl I, :j/ 1 to suffer a fatal wreck before any action u forthcoming? court, and Mother said, 'Yes'."-The Rotater, Abilene', of vegetables, and no doubt new.ones will be added to the list rapidlyand which really matters very' little to them directly but whlci
1 I', e Texas. i may well add to the confusion already existing until testing baa is his moat vulnerable point;: J

", ORCHIDS o the Fine Arts League for Stuart's first WAKE UP-AND DO THINGS eliminated those: unsuited for Florida. That Is Pepper's consistent and unintelligent role of

art exhibit at the Civic Center Friday and Saturday Martin' County Is siting on the edge of the greatest New varieties or varieties listed u promising In the Florida Bulletin apologist for the communists, both those In Russia and
,'$, nights. This was a surprisingly, fine exhibition and era of opportunity in its history, 403 found by field trials to be suitable for commercial growing in various those in this country-the role that has earned him the sobriquet
revealed the fact that we have a great deal of original We're not only going to grow-we are growing by sections of the state are u follows of 'TRed Pepper" in Washington. The Assoclated -
talent In our community. It will encourage more leaps and bounds. Scores of new homes, cottage camps TOMATOES Many new varieties are In prospect for the near Industries cites Pepper's advice to the movie people
jl' of the same. I like best "Sails at .Dawn," an oil by and business enterprises have been started in the last 90 future. Through the regional office U,S.D.A. at Charleston, S. C new to refuse to answer questions during the recent inquiry
i 'i, '. Curtis Whiticar, which had a marvelous treatment of varieties of vegetables are collected and sent to collaborators for testIng by the House Committee on Unamerican Activities into

sunlight on water; and "Wild by Carlberg, a days.If we get our bridge to the ocean-which appears as During the past 2 growing seasons some 70 varieties and strains communist influences in Hollywood and makes the absurd
) beautifully realistic water color of one of our South a strong possibility-there will be no holding back this of tomatoes.were tested at the Vegetable Crops Lab, some In regular statement that "many members of both the house and the
i1 l \ Florida wilderness ponds. I hope that this group will yield trials, others in preliminary observational trials. senate believe that such an expression on the part of I
t p .'.1. hold another exhibit in mid-February or March for section.What are you doing to help Martin County grow? Many of the new varieties. in trials hold much promise, both u to senator places him in contempt of the congress and estab

"r' the pleasure of all our winter visitors. More than 1,000,000 tourists are going to pass our adaptability and quality. However, seed Is not available commercially, lishes ample grounds for his expulsion."

door in the nex 90 days. What are you doing to take advantage though a few new varieties may make their appearance during the In the first place, a member of congress couldn't be
t 1 '' STUART SAILFISH CLUB reorganized this week-and of the opportunity to give these people what they next season. Until such time u yield tests have been concluded on guilty of contempt of himself. But above everything eke,
t I needs yourmembership to do an effecive job this winter. want in Florida? these new varieties and recommendations made, it is advisable for
a member of is entitled to opinion
S For the benefit of all for who are new to the scene, this is the They want real tourist accommodations value for growers to be cautious, making only small trial plantings rather than he sees fit, even congress more so than an ordinary express citizen.any It II

sponsoring group sport fishing promotionMartina / their money are we giving it to them? In a few instancesthe risking large acreage on an unknown variety.RECOMMENDATIONS precisely the varying viewpoint of its members on public
j County, rais the funds for the nationally known Stuart answer is "yes," but the supply is still far short of the FOR THE FLORIDA WEST COAST issues that gives our congress its chief Value and leads to
Sailfish Club buttons
and finances the
winter tournament. demand. FT MYERS SECTION: Rutgers which produces a tomato of
,., democratic action
.fl the debate which is an essential part of
The group is instrumental In pushing a vital part of our excellent firm and uniform The vine Is ssmewhat and
They come to Florida to buy a piece of the real tropics quality as opposed to totalitarian rule. There Is no thanes
economic scene, and deserves your"support-whether it -orange blossoms and hibiscus blooms throw in a big, light pruning might be Indicated to produce better fruit set Crothens whatever that a senator could be expelled for expreninr
1; dI be a private or commercial membership. round Florida moon and the ocean waves palm trees and Globe, earlier than Rutgers but produces better yields of smaller sizes his views, no matter how unpopular they migh be. Tilt

summer warmth in winter and you get a vague idea of what and poorer quality. These conditions may be due to cultural practices. Associated Industries knows that perfectly well.
; li l PARKING METERS our tourists expect. Valiant looks area for early plantings.
,t { (Laurens, S. C., Advertiser Are they getting it? Well hardly. MAMA E AUSINera. For tall Crothen CM, Valiant and The association Is telling Ha members-throughout the rl
The Advertiser admires the spirit of Harold Bren- state that "if enough of our citizens from 'various parti
What can we do to make them feel more welcome Stoltesdiue. Crothen Globe is the accepted standard in this area.
i fr I, necke, R. A. McLees and R. A. Pelfrey "and other citizens One thing would be to join in a real tourist entertainment Valiant Is a heavy producer but like Stokesdale, may produce small the state would address a letter to the president of the.
A 1 like situated, mentioned in news dispatches as bringing program here in winter Ime, with concerts by the band, fruit It is the earliest of the varieties tested. For sods badly infected ate, Arthur H. Vandenberg, expressing disapproval oj
i action against the Walhalla town officials to have the operation fishing movies etc. Pitch some big free parties. St. Peters with Fusarium wilt, a new variety U. S. 24 is suggested U. S. 24 Senator Pepper,' some definite action may result"MTn
i t'l jl of recently installed parking meters is not aa naive as It sounds. Some "definite action msj
\ stopped.
burg didn't go far wrong when that popular tourist resortsaw produces uniform fruit of better quality than Pan America. On amore !
1 j I I'i These men did the commendable thing in going to to it that there were abundant park benches along the varieties that are extremely resistant to Fusarium wilt and some indeed result Not the expulsion that the association wouldbe
ij court to assert their rights rather than standing on the of the leaf diseases Late be bulletin mentions though. The "definite" result
streets and plenty of spots to play checkers, cards and common spot (not Blight) fa expected to view
: 1 street corners and talking about it. Particularly in small shuffleboard. released from the Vegetable Crops Lab. within a short time. increased prominence for Pepper's unpopular
towns, like Walhalla and a few others we could mention increased awareness of them on the part of the voters.Few .
Our tourists are on vacation. What are we doing to In the spring for the Manatee-Ruskin area, Rutgers and Crot en's
: people are prone to criticize their public officials in private make their vacations happier? I Globe an still the favorites. The new variety U. S. 24 is suggested for '
I j,,{, but for fear of publicity or something else let their It's time that we woke up and did things for the tour trial on wilt Infested soils. Valiant does not produce sufficient leaf men during their lifetime come 'anywhere Bear
.n ...1::1, activities stop there. Nothing results but an era of bad ists both in way of Increased and better accommodationsfor cover to 'protect fruit during last spring, It sun scalds even when staked exhausting the resources dwelling within them. There an

r feeling. them and a heightened entertainment program. For south Florida and the east coast section no change in recommendations I deep wells of strength .that are never used. .
:i'a4 We doubt that our Walhalla friends will far in Richard E. Bye
6 get
i ,r! is made in this paper, A paper to follow will discuss tomatoes I
,; ;.ill'I :f their petition because these money-grabbing monsters THE PRESS PROGRESSES for the East Coast section.: .
ji ,' I" have become too deeply entrenched in the "body politic." (Editor &; Publisher) and co-workers WI
PEPPER No new varieties have appeared, 1OID8_work along Carolina Experiment Station by Dr. W. C. Barnes
t II We in their In view
'k k glory spunk neverheless. of the not-too-complimentary statements hybrid lines is being undertaken by some of the seed growers and case JII'OII' 8&. In, yield tost during the put 1 seasons thesel'myb
newspapers contained in the general report of the the market Until Wet than of the commercial varieriel *
: or more may appear in soon.\ such: bole u these hv significantly any !
J j 21 COUNTIES LEGALLY DRY Luce-Hutchms Commission on the Freedom of the Press, been tested old line varieties are recommended according to the demand planting. At a matter of bet, MM of the commercial varied dill It
) (Panama City Herald) __ ... ---_.- and in several of the by-product reports of that Commission of the market without producing single marketable fruit while others produced,l
The trend of Florida counties from "wet" to the understanding analysis of the made by Prof. .
"legally, press "
l ONIONS A new variety, a yellow Bermuda a
'I. ,dry" eolumns,4ujcirjj' the last fear i is noteworthy," Latest Zechariah Chaffee, Jru a member of the group, is refresh. uniform in size and shape, 10 days to 2 weeks earlier than type other very Bermuda fewib. variety Puerto Woo 39 produced' more fruit| than !sir 0, *
t "Addition to the ilentftiemng list which prohibit the Sale of 'ng. Chaffee admits, as we have many times, there is room types fa suggested for central and north Florida.. Carolina strains but the fruits wen shorter and not u good tai quaIi1'!

i liquor is Hardee JrjSouth' Florida which went from wet t6 for improvement. Texas Crano is more uniform and earlier than Crano, and Is reoommerded. Burpee Hybrid, nurturing later than either the P. "\. S9oe tilt
\\J' dry by a, margmoTZ93 Votes. But the encouraging, thing Is to have this student of South Carolina strains produced the highest yield. W vaddl Ii
;t RI i The switch brought to 21 the number of Florida counties the press, who has been bombarded, as member of the LETTUCE, ICEBURG TYPE -'For early and late plantings the duns beautiful long medium dark fruits which like the 8.
", ,;, that outlaw sale of liquor. Commission, with all the usual petty complaints and crackpot new variety Great Lakes fa recommended. It fa of uniform mediumsize have a tendency -fleckmsf' (a tiny gr.-white specking to the *'i)

t 1'I, 1 Jf There have been eight local option referendums during suggestions, make such an unbiased and scholarly pre- resistant to bolting and tip bum/ One of the S. Carolina strain will be available probably!!. f for spot J
'I' f :; the last year and five counties-Wakulla, Suwannee sentation on the whole press problem as he did in his two- For Midseason.Imperial 44 an47 are still recommended planting in Florid and. will be known a* 1'a\metto.\ 'VlLrecommended ? !
'f' Hamilton, LafaYe and Hardee went dry. Dixie and volume work, "Government and Mass Communications." EGGPLANT No new varietSJ{ have made their Qthe regular commercial: varieties the """fl
t Taylor county voters elected to continue legalized liquor He notes that "editors and broadcasten are more However, inquiries ta Dr. Phares Decker of the Experiment appearance.Station; at datioa remain hf same, except that the variety Marketer bel ':i
i and Santa Rosa, which has been "dry" for 40 aware of what society needs from them than are the big Buskin u*
IC :ic t years Gainesville indicate prornls of a new eggplant variety soon, that will l accepted by molt growers ta the. Wauchula. Manatee,
motion who live
picture I without
producers advertising
'that : *
way eLgdflcaat
be highly resistant to "tip ever. Is planted axttmIIveI
also is the fact that the majority of the which is a compliment to a degree; and 'it Is my belief that CANTALOUPE A trial planting of cantaloupe at the Vegetable SWEET CORN)- For the Manatee-Ruikin area,'rcomme j.tkol 1CI.
.' "iTj: bloc is in West or Northwest Florida. Dry such really good jobs among newspapers commonernow and HL ColdaOf Na
t- Crops Laboratory last spring"indicated that this crop has possibilities would Include loans* Golden Cross' Bantam rill
I,I' .countlea alita? Rosa Walton, Holmes ,Washington, than 60 years ago when there were many more newspapOn"also to the are extending U far south,u Ft Myers. New disease resistant the newer hybrid tested Seneca lisle!. Erie, OtO and Colda"' (; .
t a jaekaosu.' OwwWn,' Liberty, Leon Wakulla, Jefferson, a compliment to degree. varieties and new organic fungicides and Insecticides which are sab 'produce high yields of, excellent quality. Seneca ChM 0 11i
I Madison HamiTttfli") Suwannee, Lafayette, Clay, Bradford, We hesitate to predict that Prof. Chaffee's klndlyremarks : to use On cantaloupe add to the crop' possibilities. i medium/ sized ear well rifled' to Up of excellent flavor a week III
/lemando, Polk; Highlands and Hardee. indicate a change, in the trend from vitriolic attacks : Varieties found .... Smith's Perfect Texas No. 1 and days earlier than bens Golden Grain{ has same maturity tiros"c

I With B third of the counties In such a famous resort on the press for various and sundry: understanding Barren's .No. 45. Smith's Pexlect, though arther late maturing -proved Crow Bantam, produces a larger kar which very u"1la Owl Bdr
I tatevlry prohibition is not.such a dead Issue as. "wet" that there is something' good in the press, including news.-most resiiUnt to both powdery and downy mildew. the CaJnesvffifane Golden Se Bisy. Trl SW. a tilt

+ advocates contend It seems. papers. POLE BEANS ... A sew Variety Blue Lake, has 'bean grown very Victory Golden loan, Seneca CUef and OL'Golden prod" ..
." At any rate, newspapers are making progress There suocessfdly in West Florida. For the Manatee-Ruildn area McCasbm, Best yields m the order given. Trial plantings rf thaIevuJetiel
.BARRIER are some intelligent people who 'recognize the shortcomings U. S. No. 191 and U. S. No. S are recommended, nocinmended before, large acreages ..... planted to detenu\ ** ""V
Ught sore travels at amazing' speed until it bits the of the press, -at the same time admit newspapersaren't CUCUMBERS Tests during the poVt,,two seasons todkate I that beet suited to growers particular oondHons.
human mlndV 'Tabasco Richmond Virginia. M bad as pictured by many critics, and inow the Mildew Continued Next Week)
various proposals for" control are dangerous several new Downy resistant varieties produced at th South ,( .


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PIPLOtMINf GAINS Although he ha I'
Dot '
yet of-
employment In flclaUy\ announced I BIRTH OF COLT TO MULE BRINGS $50,000 SUIT and high price and high wage ONLY 1 BALLOT BOX t'of November which totaled 1988-:,
mmufacturlnj during October1DCreue4 attorney of Wauchula Grady Burton U- T"!"?!"" fg'g"""" """ *' "*""""" U HI'' l l l UN I I Ml ...pi IIIIIIIIIIHIII Pill ,.,,_'" In particular If the monetary ALLOWED IN PRECINCT [171 were the lowest of any month
since February' 11M when the total ,
by 1,000 over October beating the policy of Government
our -
of a can.Attorney- permit Tallahassee_ $932,078 Carl 8. t
of Office The Legislaturedid was Smith
JJ48, reaching Cars Smith. didate for toe of or urge our bank to create chairman of the Florida Industrial "
to General not Intend to authorize more
accordIDl Burton reported
\ of the FloridaCommission. than .
JJjth, chairman formally\ announce In one ballot box or more than
the nextPorter the supply\ of dollar .
industrial week or 10. Tillable to our people. The one polling place In a precinct,
b( '" greater the number of dollar except where one ballot box '.
the higher the price of good, might not be large enough to
and the higher the price of Hold all the ballots, according Morton Jewelers ;
goods the higher the coat: of llvng to Attorney General J.Tom Wat-
and the necessity for higher ton.
Wagel. It 1* useless to try to 'The Sterling Jeweler
control price or wage by production ALLOWANCE CLAIMS DOWN />1'>' t
Paint & //Body Shop or rationing when the Tallahassee, Dec. 11.-Veteran n. S
printing of money lOCI on un- readjustment allowance claims Expert wgfch, ring, and i controlled. It 1*, said President paid In Florida during the month t .
Over A f Jewelry' repairs
( P, 2nd Floor) 4 DocIle, fighting the fire with or ... I

SPECIAUZlNd IN UPHOLSTERINCf hand and pouring on' additional If we fall the blame will rest
Auto PtfotiitT Metal Work! fuel with the other. That get more heavily on the banking and 107 N..2nd St" Ft. Pierce r
nowhere with fire, and Inflation -
Custom-mad. you business world than on politicians -
SIJTCovers '
Sport Tip* hat of the
1 many _and public officers. ,
1,14'1.I tnr*.
: It the economic strength of
his country for which the President Just A Suggestion 00 4 s
: pleads Is to be preserved .t ,
In aid of our Influence on the -
LOTS future of other nations and par- Buy A Beautiful Piece of

I must, as the President say,
$125 tf 1200 A Lot I tackle this Job of restraining Inflation AT m
j 'But It we are to tackleIt
You Can Build to Ait ourself., No ity Taxes. with practical result we must PALM CITY L G CABIN;: I
Street and Sidewaii* ih. Electricit/ Available. get after the Increase In our
bank deposits, the adulterationof Driving from Stuart, Mrst ?urn Right

our money supply, which Is After Crossing/ Bridge kF
o This l ordinary.looking plow mule violated the bought the mule last September from Acle Miller the source of our most serious G.RBLAUVELTODYEAR
0tK IN laws of biology by giving birth to a hone colt on livestock trader of St. Martinville and has filed Inflation, and Its consequences
I farm near St. Martinvdle, La., and has becomethe the $50,000 suit to get possession of mule and It 1* clear that public officialsdependent
object In a $50,000 damage suit It was the colt, Miller took the mule and her offspring to on the voter will not
third birth of a colt to a mule in veterinary history his l stables shortly after the colt was born. He take the Initiative of unpopular! t ..ie
action. It 1* equally clear to
Samuel Basile negro farmer claims he claims\ he had only "loaned" the mule to the negro.
me that those officials, Including -I
INNER TU1ES FOR THt BEACHTilton's the member of Congress,
to maintain artificially, low will get behind a program sponsored -
Life Insurance Head Proffers Interest rate on Government by the banker and businessmen -
borrowings. It I II this rule which to top the Inflationary

Servi/e| (/ StationJen 6-Point Anti-Inflation SlateTHOMAS enable continue the to expand member the bank money to I trend. This 1 II one area In whichEk.It-I!

supply for no purpose except to I I v e e
Beach add to bank earnings by long
I. PARKINSON'resident term loan and puchase of cor-
porate and other bond Newly\ 1
OPEN 12 NON ON SUNDAYSBEER The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. created bank deposit ought not
(Continental Press Association) to be available for long term

Ii President Truman in his address to Congress on aid loans or the expansion of abank's :
portfolio of earnings asset -
to Western Europe emphasized as had been expected, the *.
Importance of this If it is to
keeping country strong provide The ending of this rule la the
1 WINE leadership to others. Our chief danger he saidlies kernel of the whole matter. If

In the economic field and! !is the danger of inflation._Therecognition the trend toward greater infla- Give of MtEh0E w
a gl
OUT 5T LUNCH BARU. or these two facts tion I II to be stopped, the rule '''1 1tion
b>y our responsible government are many agencies developed or must be ended and the matter lasting a a- SONG
U. S. I f Indian town Road official ha been long delayed.It expanded during the war which turned back to the Federal Reserve n
we are to be Influential, we should be dispensed with. banks where It belongs.
i ER and, Ale must remain strong We cannot 2. Apply at least S billion dollars This may weaken the mar-
remain strong if Inflation of our a year out of budgetary surplus ket for Government bonds: butIt
.50 Per Case currency bring economic chaos to the redemption of Government will tighten the money market KOTTIRES
and the political confusion which debt held by the bank and reduce bank creation of ad- :tJ
I Schliti A PaVt Budweiser always follow. U the budget surplus la not sufficient ditional "bank credit: which S !, tl!
a The President referred to the to pay off five billion annually means bank deposit that can be tor Information

iller Hifh Life rise In Jirs' and In wages asthe then some other method, spent a* "money" Real Estate. Insurance ..-,' ,t
tI which we and there are other methods, This Is THE vital anti-infla- .t
STANDARD? IL DEALER have already experienced, and should be developed to reduce tion action; yet no one mentions Write efe See CO.
he suggested some ways of avoidIng the bank-held government debt It. The bank dont because WILEY MOTOR
its further development. He by at least five billion annu- of Its effect on their earning JOHN E. iAYLOROseeola
r ARNOLD EMWlilAM Prop. referred to bank credit at a aU,. *. The Government official N. Federal Highway Stuart, Fla.e .
\ source of inflation. It I II clear 3. Repeal Section lOb of the keep away from It because It will I Bldf.I Phone 1MJSTCAlT
COFFEE SANDWICHES that he meant only the bank Federal Reserve Act which was end so-called easy money and
credit which finances Instalment enacted In 1833 a* an emergency low Interest rates. But that must ,
'sales. Certainly bank credit Is measure and which' authorizes happen If prices are to be controlled -
the source of most of our Inflation member banks to discount with .
but not the bank'credit the Federal Reserve bank practically t. TakeThe Government and<
which finances Instalment sale any asset held by the the Government agencies out of
A Jac oap There 1 II some good In the systemof member bank. Prior to this the lending business, and leave I
Instalment buying. It Is, Indeed amendment, member could bor- It to the banks under the supervision -
the way that the salaried row from the Federal Reserve of the Federal Reserve
A LINER man I II able to get for himself only on Government bond and banks.
and his family many things short term commercial paper. <. Recognize the difference between -
which he would not otherwise The amendment was Justifiable the Federal Reserve Board ,
to'.Better' be able to acquire. The contribution because It Increased the liquid- created a* a Supreme/ Courtof e (
shows the
way to Inflation made by: In- ity of bank assets which were at Finance-and the Treasurythe r i
Line Service stalment buying I II comparatively the time badly frozen. The result greatest borrower of money;' '
Party \ small: It la the expansion of of continuing this amendment and recognize the difference between -
bank credit for other purposes I II to relieve the bank of the Federal Reserve Board
which ha taken place In the concern over liquidity and to and the Federal Reserve banks. New for )
4t past few yean, and which Is currently encourage them to make long A* President Dodge of the
taking place that provides term loan and buy corporateand American Bankers' Associationsaid
the real Inflation of our other bond To make these a few day ago It I II Idle to
GIVE OTHERS currency and the pressure on loan and purchase they create rail against Inflation In general 1948 ;
prices and wage new bank deposit and thereby 'II.ow.
A CHArkl The President also! suggests add to the already excessive HEARING-AID USERS) with stylish new

some other control on spending money supply.\ UKCESS BATTERIES.,:?!.,; case of smart Allignor- I
A Time Our b w en cogsM and encouragement of saving 4. Discontinue the Federal Reserve c : a r grain liatnereuel I
other a el nee to weT a* desirable to check the Inflationary Board rule made during fit oil Instrument \ .r e.rnww, naurtaar I Amazing velioptd !
trend. His summary of the war which require Federal Easy to buy from our wsssae, rsaes rrer""arsrs C I *
anti-Inflationary program Reserve bank to buy from mem- JI
an sensational i perform
Includes legislative action ,to restrain ber bank any Government bonds I !fresh stock) once yet seeds "e'Iaraesa ) I II
the creation of Inflationary offered by such member banki I HUTTO RADIO and l..1J AC.DC.battery. ,
bank credit" Unfortunately to the Reserve bank. It Is this lt
: CO. .
: .APPLIANCE Hear.11 tod.yltarts.
the message Indicate that rule which I II used to sustain the "-"'
there 1 II no clear understanding price of Government bonds and I STUART, FLA.Lumber. laws
LASE In the minds of those responsible
for the President' program of
IN the real cause of the Inflationary WHEN YOU NEEDLUMBER
trend which he condemn

EMKGtNCYWhen The real Inflation In this PHILCO
country I II the Inflation of our ,
'Inflation of our
f1rlorty on currency--the
line has aniiMi| rKy, pleas money supply$50 billion- from to $165 approximately bil OR ANY x'360"Small

release the idly. lion It J* this Increase which
ha put pressure on price and pyment
resulted In the demand for high

j er wages to meet higher living kLL, OR Sj $e:_ Easy Terms 0
, coati. If the Administration\ X59 a
, want a real program to restrain SAMRY
what the President call an

J, KEEP ALLS "alarmlnl dearof Inflation." East Coast
her It is:
I. ,Cut Government expends '
tures which are now, even after S&ly Co. Famous hilco 1201 a.
doUai &
inks tnaursI urvk$ fore eliminating the 1 the
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r ''If.' AT STATE MEET night from 6k Petersburg where Forests 1 HEADS PRESS BODY FHA TO ENTERTAIN and Pahokse will'convene for Janice: Arbogast hOltea

,,: i'r.. Afthur Sims Hob Sound they represented this area at Community for Florida DISTRICT CONVENTIONHERE the two-day session. den, 1s now organltlnt pray.
I I j i I county: commissioner and Vice- the J-day State Chamber of (Continued from last week) DEC 12 13 The 30 member of the local mlttees to arrange various en..
I' t chairman the Martin CountyBoard.and Commerce annual meeting. TBA haw 'requested that nal- tall*. *
'\ \. "*.. PART lit The future Home-makers of dent who have spare room In
h H. B. Kraft, manager America: of Martin County High their homes and to
are willing
I of Very acid soils are likely to The Community Forest Program In the United State: The The "
1 Martin Chamber of -watt
,', : ;I' I ,Commerce__ __,. County rcturnvd_ _.___ W,e rtn n --------" In touch with: to honor
\ 1.' : report that In the U. 8. there are 888 state forest coveting 10- convention here Dec 12-13, Organization overnight get 1I .
\ If I' fror Miami to Vero Betty Lou afatheton or Mary Watt, Inventor of the
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880.791 shire, 1,187 state parks with 4,109,514 acre; and J.378 community as
'' Beach, and west to Okeechobee Diamond jtIDe.
I' I z I FOR SALE forest having 3,089,381 acres i IEO
( The number of unit of forest In three time
community nearly
"I t :; : the number of state forest, but the acreage Is only approzimsteyonethird )
+;1) } AT 209 O. ATLANTA AVE. that of state forest The number of units of community
a .' ''J' : L MRS. AUL HOENSHEL L forests Is twice that of state parks, while the acreage 1 II approxl
I II maely three-fourths that of state park Thus we can see. thatram
r the humble beginning at Newlngton, !N, H. with 110 acre
I I In 1710, there has been low but,steady progress In the establishment )-

i i Ii i $1OO> REWARD The of Community community Forest forests.Program' the Southeast: Let us now

look at the program closer home. The southeastern states are
generally considered as an economic unit having very similar .
Will be paid for inf rmation resulting vi the arrest
i State Forests and Parks and Community Forest I In the Southeast LOYAL FE1SBH
I and conviction of anV person) stealing fr damaging CommunityState ble, editor of the Polk

trees or shrubs plant*) at Snug Harbor. Forests State Parks Forests County Democrat, Bartow, was j >f? PI

/ 4 by the State I Num Acre- umAcre- umR-. elected president of the Florida :

': SNjJG HARBOR C RPORA nON.I Der age ber eke'' her age Press Association at the annual

Alabama __ o 04 9 S3 .89 meeting held in St Petersburg. _
:1 11 I Florida -___...._ 3 24,013 1 19 39,254 I 820 Other officer elected were Louie
I Georgia ... "_ 2 I 1,090 3 21 18,082 t2 use Wodsworth, Suwsnnea Democrat .
I Louisiana ._.._ 2 10,300 9 11380 'I U28 Live Oak,, lit vice-presi
: .)f YOU DONT HAVE TO AIT N. Carolina ...__- ._ .......; 12 14,966 4t1 58,07'1' dent; Paul Rardin, Everglades -5'
I .- ATD S. Carolina _.. 3 3472; 18 37,464 I '46,685 News, Canal Point, bid vice- f FILMS
I 'I ,. Tennessee ____ 10 'f1,522 16 38,138 10 2,312 president,. and Russell Kay,
An E L Texas .._..:..._. ._ 5 8.10 10 5,600 '11 U82 Florida Newspaper News, ,
Virginia _........,I 6 U69 9 20,765 U t7,244 Tampa secretory-treasurer. ALBUMS
"j.'fI' Your Lunchll la Ready fill DANIELS. W. Virginia\ .. I 7 58,258 13 25,655 J t61
I Fast Efficient Service 3- Seating/ opacity 55 People* TOT :1-20o.078 4 89 1 3 EXHIBIT PLANNED I
::.t Watch for the Martin County, GADGET B GS
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J Demonstration
D A 11 I E ls Source: V. forest Service, 1947 Statistical Report. home-made Christmas Club's gift exhibit CASE '

problems and sharing similar experiences. Here we may observe In the Florida Power and r
Lippincot Bldg. 3 P. O. Arcade
\ '( how Florida rank with her neighbors Data for this Ill ahown In Light Company's window Dec. JEMICAPAPE
1. : f Table 13-20.

I By som* strange coincidence the number of state forest, state

,I r parks and community forests of the southern states are almost WE BUY -,, Junk, ACCESSORIESTUTTBFS
""- FUGATE GREENLEESi the same. The total acreage 1* not widely different. West Virginia
an II at the bottom In the Community Forest column with only :J wrecked cars, sera !
w. Mew Me Oaaw pe. 5Ieder
+ 1 f unit and 49t acres. Florida Is next to the bottom with B unit cop and brass hi a.M A ,e u.S Me.ph..pyA.n .
1 Engineering, Sullying;, Blue Prints and 820 acres 'Now let us compare the picture with our closes ,sense etly ,
t neighbors, Georgia and Alabama. Alabama -has 9 unit with SCO'SAUlXPAR
:. Estimates Subnf tied On Request 3,697 acres, or an average community forest of 410 acre, while w,
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"'., Georgia has 12 units with 9.656 acres or an averag communlt
I 14 303 E. 4th St. Stuart Fla. forest of 471 acres, whereas In Florida the average community Is South DlfaB H'way
., I 160 acres, or about one-fourth section which Is recommended Fort ftPhoneys rc

; '. PHO Ii 311 acreage to make a humble beginning.
: Model
Now let us go a little farther afield see what other neighbor 312 r rWesto
have done. North Carolina ha 46 units with 56,077 acres or 1,11
acre average each, while South Carolina: hat 9 units with 8,683 JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII sills IIIIIIIIssi
acres or 5,139 acres each Virginia has 43 unit with 47,244 acre Refresh ou if
l BRUCE or an average of 1,125 acres. Here we see the movement has really When Orf Our Way
andJIARRY'SSUPER had a large scale development and the average size la from: one M rs Federal Enlargers
r to five thousand acres which 1 II the more desirable size and a
much more feasible administrative and economic unit, particularly!; EARL'SSODA
ft '' | pINER In the commercial timber area. CAMERA SHOP

I I .if Community Forest for Florida: Florida has a statute which\ :\ SH01
1 provides for the establishment of community forest The act wa ,
j. I. passed In the 1941 session of the Legislature\ and la called the FOUNTAIN DRINKS THE SEA CHEST I IbSO'
:1''I I1 SHELL GASlSTATION Florida Community Forest Law, (Florida Statutes, 1941,. 59115591.28. SANDWICHES & COFFEE I
\ ,. I. This act provide for the purposes of community'forest: Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllll iiiiiimmiiiiii'
t, BREAKFAST LUfl DINNER "1)) To encourage counties, cities towns and school district
1 to utilize Idle lands for productive forest purpose
: i "'3)) To encourage' development and make available, In com
I : munity forests, areas having desirable recreational feature I
I; U "4)) To encourage forestry education by establishing permanent LISTEN I 'Jiiiimiiiiimiiimiimimiiiiuiniir''' ,

l Forests for use of vocational: agriculture departments, schools .and .

f t., HOWARD JOHfOI\S\ ICE CREAM boy and girl scout troops,* I CORRALLED| i
The act also provides for clear cut definitions for: "Community: MEN WOMEN
1 # I END \ forest," "Governing Board," "Forestry Committee "County, cities,, ,
,: d towns," "School districts\ "State forester," "Forest Product" I for i ii I

r Weiners Br|>Ued |h Butter BOYS
TEEN CENTER DANCE Plttman, Mrs. t, W. Crawfordand. and GIR i I CHRISTMAS I
4 Open 24 Hours Day TWJt A Week SPONSORS NAMED Mrs. Blanche Lowery on I

'' AlndianflLn Dee. 13, Mrs. Dewey Mrs.E. This.May. Not Shpfc = i
'y On U. S. I Road Hayes Be the Biggest 0|
I a : Adult sponsor for the Saturday D. Well. Mr. M. t. Morrison, liuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiirUp ; / I
It! THE PLACE TO 1TOP night teen center dances at Mrs. Jot Constance and Mrs. Earth But It's A Show You Will Jjevel
,1,1I Dennis & Hudson on Dec. 20,and
the Civic Center during December See Again.
I 1 .'IL, FOR Mrs. L. A. Arbogast, Mr*. CarlB.
will be Mr* Li D. Roth and Mrs. E. J. SmIth
I : ; ." ,: I Fine Food and Supe Service Mrs. Robert OarWer, Mrs. F. M Jr, for the Christmas formal
'tV.' I Kramer and Miss Mamie Symon 1ec.2'7.; In Fort Pierce at' RANCHLAND thfe la on Ichibit
II fe;, i'' "III-I" ette next Saturday, Mrs. A. O. The evenings start at 7:30: with: A pair of cowboy boots made from the Mie of T. H PRIDE-, ..'
; games and singing followed! by steer which sold at auction
for ,44.3.roo
+a..i:I 1''J, ,j t; dancing from t until 11:30.: Admission are Inlaid with gold. Made by the Ac Je Boot and C a boots
has been raised to 25 ,,4
h cents a person starting this\ r -
I J fr : ; month as a result of rising cost, Priced- at $3,50f.OO
If J.A: 'j' +I'' I Ij It wa said.Speeding. a.
j{ : : lit:

: .; : ,[ aJ: through the: town BLACK BEAUTY'saddle] bridle an martingale ilkdA
: J 1" and traffic accident hare caused rich black II
," ." 1',; F IE LY the city council: of Perry to with hand-tooled of leather and laboratory apftinted
t\j\ establish a speed limit of 20 Keystone mountings sterling silver,filaid with s : ; < : mile an hour through the community Brol. III
and sign warning motorist u
/ that It will be enforced Priced at $lll2.00
WI'''' are being erected.

))1, n r. \ STEER HIDE perhaps the large!
j jt in the country. hVd. "-:;
tooled In
a Rough Rider
scene Tan who m
I 1. I our,roping saddles, belts and billolds.! *es


M:1 I : ; I 'II; ass. OF ART..FREE.

""I I It In bui ing a new 'u you can't find what you nl1 your home- town wl| r
nd bailt where home pay you to shop atRANCHLAND
t j a a SURE ofF
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ople trjl Uiard to TON '

:,aP. ke their titutionI L N and MEN'S i\RCADE
a&Ieasant ftnci profit r GOOD SHOP

I t, +, t alfle place fpr\you\ to P GOOD
;' CON The two famous stores in FKT-PIKRCE( .
ft' d uslness. (. always. RUC. MAIN HIGHWAY both nn xhe
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BELT IN.THE WO LD, 9 feet, 10 inches Quality and Values
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