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 18, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Voice 01 An Ahlerlcan Community Dedicated to the American Way 01 Life COUNTY
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County's Eastern Areas
By the Methodist '
.......... Church Choir; Joe Philp, Director

County Support' Given SUNDAY, DEC. 21, AT 7i30 P. M. J


Adoption Committee of-I -resolution- en- Part One Prologue JENSEN BEACH Stanley Firm, New Yorker WILEY, PHONECONSTRUCTIONS I

Cliorui and solos by Mrs. Fred Walton and twentieth StunmelL(
the financial schedule
lit donlni the proposed Martin County Quartet and Mi Mr...Stmimrll C W. Burth Mm, M H Hanson, A B. Hunts, COTTAGESRISE Building on North ForkOf :

bridfei project As prepared byTnroan Solo "Cctu Bambino" by M.... II. Siulhoff. .,
tJfsey of the Emerson -
Cook Company, Xnc, of West Part. Two) The Nativity Movie Stars Lanvbert Back special construction note on Stuart's outskirts are ON IN STUART f
pun Beach featured the meet- Clmnn and Extemiv HousingDevelopments projects by Stanley Home Products Int.. and Ed Miller of :
nf of Jnc V Commission solos by Mrs.). Fred )Joss him Dorothy) Tuck and New' !Hyde Park, N. Y., both of whom have contracts with

>t the to house Tuesday af Duct Wendell Mos Edith Water*. Ivan Taylor, Dehon, Bank:Jobs; Near End) .. j jI
ternoon. Matthews and Mrs. A B. llimci MATYAS RAKOSI Topplnf the spread of the MillT currently U building!! on cleaning compounds and related St. Lucie Estates WI
[ The schedule next will be pre: Trio, Mill Bitty U Muthcson Mrs.. Hanson and Mr. Fliilp. R4ni, Moscow-trained. It the countywide ,building boom to the North Fork a two-story 20 by products More than 4000 I Homes Rise .
Uited to the State Road Department real boss of Hungary. although Jensen Beach is the construction 40 ft. boat house with living i people are employed in the sales I :
for final approval at Offering as, dl puty foreign minister heostensibly of two cottage camps of five quarters In the upper story Be- department alone New with ;i
in meeting In Tampa nextmonth Canil, Silent Night arranged b,*M I. Phil I'. is outranked buildings each. one by Herbert low he Is Installing and electric The southern district office Is I construction an
Preil- I .
Engineer Q. 8. Brock- :: by Oass for Jon Hall and Frances hoist for keeping his boat dry located In Atlanta, and Edgerton: over-all value in the neighborhood ,j
of West Palm Beach report- Part Threes The Star dent ami Prime i Minister) He' I of $200,000 'Is ,
nr Langtord of the cinema on the when not In use and upstairs will Stated it Is possible that some under -
ri to the board that he has been 'Owinit and mcn'i chorus I secretary general of the G,mmnnlst Bewails Point road overlookingthe be four rooms The Dutch-style of the functions of this office way or noon will be with,

imroved by the 8RD for draw Sold, Elwin OHitunf, Mr. Wators Mrs. )oss and Mrs.. Twk | Party, tvhit.li' dominatesthe I Indian River and tM other structure\ being made as storm may be transferred to Stuart ,in the City of Stuart, a survey "
bl the detailed plan\ for themrall Quartet. Mrs Walton Mrs. J Joss, Mr. Philp ami Mr. Waturi country! by Clarence Feinauer SOT Mau- proof as posslbl Mr. and Mrs For a number of years the : by The News showed! ,
[ project rice K. Langberg further northon Miller expect to movt in earlyIn company has operated a com this week. ),
Tin commission also care Its e '[ the east side of State Road January. The project Is Included parable project known as Stan Heading the list by virtue of I..,
tidal! approval and support toM NEAL BISHOP IS I S AlA In the Sunset Estates development ley Park near Westfleld This their announcement$ this week
special Chamber of Com The frame cottages for the under the promotionby will continue to be-used prim- are a f 10.000 contract awarded
icrci: committee named to exrfiite New City Board Retains motion picture start are und'r- Louis Soter who contemplates arily during the summer months Charles Conrad of Salerno by
of of a number of residences in and the Stuart will
curing rights way NEW stood to be only the beginningof new development Russell Wllsy, Pontiac dealer ,
or\the proposed four-lane highraj PRESIDENT development of the 350 acres that sector in the immediate. fu- b'come IU winter counterpart. here for building of a grocery
through Martin County they own In that locality At ture. However there will be consider the
opposite Rains Bldg. East
on ;
finally on the committee areutlrar Status of least IS more are reported tentatively Construction will begin Immediately able year-round activity here asa 4th St and a contract given '"
Quo Appointees SALFISHCLUB! In connection with the 20-acre citrus truck
U. Dehon, chairman OL scheduled'! for construction grove, a Bernard C Hodapp for building 1
Tllton of Robe Sound, A. Pnete all of which will overlookthe resort and training area projectof farm and an experimental farm a repeater station for the Amer .
[ *, Zack Moaley, David Muniull river and a park develop- Stanley Home Products, Howard for tropical ornamental trees lean Telephone and Telegraph .'r'
and C. D, McQuade, Former Chicagoan Receives; ment across the roadway Sub- H. Edgerton. project engineer and shrubs will be maintained Company on the northwest
lA added Tuesday were Harry The status quo of appoin- Mayor and Eurlt only to sign I Pledge of CooperationFrom contractors are busy there this announced this week. This will necessitate a resident corner of Akron and 3rd 8U
loto and Ed Ward,, of ,Jensen tive office holders in the city checks on city funds and thecity's Group week putting finishing touches Stanley Home Products, of manager and a staff of caretakers Wiley's building will be one ;.
loch.in Government remained contract with the Electra on each cottage which are plan- Westfteld, Mass., recently purchased story 40 by 15 ft. of concrete
offer was received from un. Rust of Neal Bishop, former winter ned to Street a number of prom- I the Ira Max property Construction! plans call for an block and reinforced concrete .
l City National Bank and changed without exception Proofing Corporation visitor who came here from Chicago inent personages from Holly- consisting of t.COO acres with a administration building, 50 by with a stucco finish. Laying of
"nut Company of Chicago to today despite the official Belleville N. J, at $78 a year fora to enjoy the I\ahlng-and wood for periodic visits in the half mile of waterfront on th,* 100 feet containing a receptionroom the blocks started yesterday and j,
eB M the county 329 past due cathodic protection system in who enjoyed it so much that lie county. Oass was not available North Fork of the St. Lucie an assembly room with a the steel Is expected next week,
oopons, face value of $9,170 on eating of three new City the city water tank was ordered has made Stuart his residence- for official comment. River, Frank Stanley Bcveridge sealing capacity of 100 four Conrad said When finished It twill I

m worth of Palm City Draln41 Commissioners a special renewed for a year Surety bonds was elected .President of Stuart I Langberg's development on founder and president of the offices and lounges Two new be leased to Henry Kindred
Bonds at the rat of it meeting the board! at city Salltoh Club last Wednesday, five lots named Riverside company. Is expected to arriveIn houses will b: built Immediatelywith who plant to open a grocery
Mann and Eurit

rail en the dollar. Total costraid on were approved with Bill Armor as vicepresident I I a"c concrete bufl&Inge Stuart within two weeks to 15 or 20 more to follow. Wiley announced. Conrad, who
be 11,480.50 with acceptntc hall Monday night and retention was made of Drew King as treasurer, 1C by 30 ft. each are Ident- inspect the development and to These will be located along the expects to finish construction by ,,
> mandatory by De SI, Atomey Reappointed by the commission the second and fourth Wednesdays and David B Irons secretary ical In plan and staggered along supervise project plans waterfront; not far above the Jan. 15, will build two more
Evans, Crary, was in- were City Manager I.. B each month for commission New Directors are: H B. Kraft, the slanting shoreline with each The new park will be used for Roosevelt Bridge.Thomas I structures for Wily on the lots
iraeted to take U up with the Eurlt and City Attorney M. OLlttman meetings except next week when Jerry Smith, Harry Dyer, Walter offering an attractive view of many purposes, Edgerton: said Keener the company's adjoining on the west starting f
3ajto bank for further demt ,'both for terms "at the the meeting was moved up 48 Johns, Ray Young Toley Enge- the river. Each: cottage will be It will be a winter resort I and senior engineer, already has arrived next month. Occupants for these ; "
pleasure of the commission" hours to Monday night. bretsen, Marvin Rowell, Oeorge ; equipped with an attic fan tilt site for winter vacations for In Stuart and will be In are !undecided
accepted by the I board wu an Also accepted were recommendations Competitive bids were asked RIcardo Dr. Carl Fogt, Arle ,batti and. ,new, iVamUan-bllnd ; company.personnel-Sales meet j charge of construction Edger: I The telephone building which
for by Miss Flora Stanley of for retention by Eurlt for renewal of insurance on the Stuart Erneet TytVfT Andy'Anderson ''type 600m.All& I, Ings and local and ariawlde con; ton accompanied by Mrs. Edg- will face on Akron, will be 30 by "'
M tor Lot t. Block 10, Frailertacent of Mrs.. Came McCrary; assist fire department and city hall after John N. Mann, Curtis under way In this com- Terences will be held here. Th. erton, reached Stuart No,. 21. 22 ft, one story and made or 1
Subdivision. Accepted ant rtty.ullitor and clerk Mrs.A. Coleman I suggested the Whltlcar and Earl Hall munity Is a 25 by 40 ft. laupdry-; first meeting, a Christmas party Having gotten the project underway brick with a brick finish Inside ,1
and amount be Increased from $3.000 for located In this vicinity they are returning to ."\
wu a bid of 11,410 by Rusm L, Wortham cashier Curtis Whlticar, chairman of ette fpr Mrs, Forrest Frrguson, employes and stucco outside Superior,
Wiley on a Jeep for the coun- cl'rk of the water company, Patrolman to 5000. Tabled was an application the rules committee, reported two additional cottages for Lily Is scheduled for Saturday Maxsachusetts Saturday. ; equipment inside. sidewalks and '
inU-moequlto work and acDted Albert L. Ortner Fire by Mrs. W. C. Allen fora tentatively on a new set of rules A: Crary and apartments for C. When asked how Stanley Pro- extensive: landscaping will be .,
Mann, Chief of temporary building permit to Personnel will be brought to ducts happened to select Stuart
at the same time was a Chief John N. now being compiled.which would besides numerous newhomealn added, said Hodapp. who expectsto
4 of $307.80for a power spray Police Roy C. Baker.Water Company erect a fruit and vegetable standon require. 1-that sallflsh catches various stages of completion Stuart periodically for'training, Edgerton said the company was start work on the job within I'
side of the Rains Edgerton said Stanley Horn! planning to locate the develop-
J. the east
Superintendent Fred craft 10 days and Complete U by ,
wp to be mounted on the must be mad from a registered -
Walton and H 8 Cossaboom Bldg. on East: 4th St Harry with the Sailfish Club, Products Is the largest companyof ment somewhere In the Palm Feb. 1.Two. r
sworn In to his fifth its type In the world It manu- Beach area. The Max property,
r- Civic Center caretaker. Dyer was contracts, both for more
the such fish
or entering
to join term as Municipal Judge. person factures and sells a complete line was recommended to them and than $23000
The new commissioner must Join the club at time of U.S.1 1 REPAVING are nearing com-
old commission Includingthe of brushes and cleaning equipment upon Investigation was found to
holdovers Jack L. Coleman and The 2 fish entered in the pletion for Arthur M. Dehon and
holdovers and retiring entry; and of various types of be well suited ,to their needs.;
Community W. R. Baker Include Kenneth 8Stlmmcll I two tourney must be caught from a the Citizens Bank Both are ex:.
Arle Stuart and Paul Mayor Phil Pence opened the craft which leaves and returns WORK HALTEDThe pected to be finished early in
M. Hoenshel All voted for retention evening's action by passing on a to a Martin county port on the January. Dehon announced
Christmas' of Eurlt and Llttman except : I few routine matters including a same day, ((3), all fish must be Feverish HomeBuilding CAMP'BUILDINGSBEING Tuesday that four tenant for
Stlmmell who was recorded letter from Representative taken on rod and reel In a sportIng -' his building which according to- .
as "not voting'Prior Dwight Rogers reporting that wanner final judgment to Inadequacy of crushed present plan will be two stories '
Tree to this action Baker was I the proposed new Port Office be vested In the rules commit: rock supplies has halted temporarily Pace REVAMPEDIN are assured Those Include a
Planned; elected mayor and Stuart Vice- here Is on the eligible, list with tee; <44)) all "unusual catches" the repaving projecton frozen custard plant on the
Mayor. Both were unopposedand tlOS.000 recommended for It, but must be passed upon by the rules U.8.1 between the south city north end where a modifiedpatio
-- I. has been,, appropriated limits of Fort Pierce and thl .Is scheduled to be .i'
unanimously chosen after no money ; committee <5> all fish must be Evident in Rio HOBE SOUND added!
,. flu annual community Christ- Hoenshel requested withdrawalof for the project. Pence rec weighed and measured ..t a cen- south boundary of Martin County Alice Dehon'i shop due to bemoved
.. tree which will be erected his name II a Vice-Mayor 'ommended retention of Walton tral weighing station where they R. B. Kavanaugh project engineer from across the tret, ',
d lighted this week end Inrot i and Installation of a stoplight for the State Road Department a laundryette service wHh 10
nominee. will be witnessed and a Building activity such as has-
of the CIvic Center, will Resolution 414 was passed by I at US. 1 and 4th St. Pence retired I reported Monday. Renovations of at least 13 machines and 10 more possible, ,\
the local point for a Christ- the nw body authorizing the' at 823pm.: kept A general discussion was heldon Work stopped Friday night, n't teen seen In more than 20 buildings from Camp Murphyand and offices for the Florida dlstrlbutor l'
Eve Program Wednesday atPJILlt 6 1 1 these rules, some 'of Which Kavanaugh said, and until sufficient yean Is under way at,a feverish several new homes under for the Elgin Kitchen, ,,'
was announced ,eaterBanta will be amplified and clarified amounts of the Ibck are pace in Rio today with from two way vie for top Importance In Manufacturing Company. De.
,. 4 Visiting Elephants Give and then presented to the body received at tM asphalt plant \to three dozen homes and cottages Hobe Sounds part In the county- hon announced that about 2,400
Claw will arrive at that south of Stuart the crews will wide building boom. sq. ft of floor space Is unspoken
to distribute'candy and for passage chairman remain Idle. The supply, which nearing completion or at Former camp buildings have for at present and that he is
1& to the i Toley Engebretsen, as least started Of every style and secured Olaf Williams ,
younger children as- Treat comes from Miami has been been by welcoming requests for deluxe
\led by Boy and Girl Scouts Youngsters Unusual of a for special the committee stated ap- 'slow since the project started In design and over a wide valuation Diamonds Garage, Albert King office space in the upper story
unit singing will be held pointed purpose, of the October; but never so much as I range are the constructions Hobe Sound Company, Calnie built to order.Elsewhere .
panled by a saxophone that It was the Judgment by C. to'warrant a work stoppage, the going up. Particularly active Is' DeLoach, Arthur E, Sims, A. E.Wllmot : In the city, the
tet composed of Joan It doeint happen often here are more to their liking. They committee that a request Hotel for 6RD engineer said the riverfront area where a dozen I Andy Ondlch and W. B. foundation forms are being Installed r
obi... Emily Morrison, Janice but the fact Is four elephants range in ages from 3 to U yean D. McQuade of Stuart Sailfish Contrary to expectations the new buildings are within view Bruner In addition to one given for Vernon Chason's new ,
bocuL and Patsy Sullivan 'temporarily on location on and weigh from U4 to 2 Vi tons [inclusion of some Stuart he work last week was) abruptly of each other for a recreation hall and locatedon one-story garage on the north .
ta Claui' distributions and south edge 'of Stuart awaiting Insured, they are priced at $1000 Club material In a color Shifted to the north portion of First to be met coming from a park circle In town to be east corner of 4th st. and V: 8 i
1 the height foot minimum with the Is compiling for publicity purposes ; before Stuart on State Road AlA are used for a recreation hall. contract
Snglng of carols aceompanlthj : destination orders from a the project but any noteworthy 1 for which a $10800
bJ quartet will be repeat- corporation owners In New price increasing according to should be granted be-used providing prpgress could be mad two small concrete block homes. Williams la turning his Into a was given to Clarence E Feln Iii
In the colored section later their their training. that the film I the rock supply ran out. Only One Is 20 by 24 ft. being built ,millwork plant. King and De- auer of Palm city. It will be of ,,
City. and
\he' evening. York Intersection of :Numerous residents here have for advertising specificbusiness a half mile of the first or binder by Mr. and Mri. Robert Williams Loach art revamping theirs for concrete block and reinforced ,"
Parked at the Road 78 to 1 stopped for Impromptu shows layer'was put down leaving 7 of Massachusetts and behind It residence and Diamond will use concrete 35 by 75 ft with the
"LDREN'S U. S. t and State : two by the animals whodo( all manner ; miles still to be worked on ex" Is a 22 by 24 ft. house being his for a grease shop.and installation long side on 4th St Completionis
MOVIE Indlantown for the. past of tricks much to the delight I tending to immediately. east of raised by Mrs. Margaret Lawr- of a ear rack. Ondlch set for Feb. 1, Chason salon
NNED SATURDAY weeks, the elephants are In ears THE TIDES ence and her niece. Miss Part and Wllmot with theirs side by
Rauch of the youngsters, Th elephants i the Lighthouse. JCavanaugh believed I III St. Lucia Estates: slow Progress -
4 of Mr. and Mrs Harvey They are housed in a large trailer t. the shift -northwardwas Irene Lawrence, of near Pittsburgh side are making them Into -is being made on a home
k's Christmas show forM and their Indian assistant.broughtto truck although they are chained R''. MHl .low ..... for Uu ilL LurtoI I ordered by the division office In homes., Two by Bruner, located 'for Frank H. 'Jolly" Coburn
has been announced for are all females and were under a canvas outside of I I.M f.r lh. ..*> ...11.. D... II I Fort Lauderdale because of the In the next block east Mr.-and on adjoining lots across from former concert band leader on
""Hay morning at 10 by America from Indlalast I May, the truck, most of the. time :r'A.r':: : :.b-F to Tl-:... : 16 W-116. hwh 'rapid deterioration In' recent Mrs. E: F. Saldana, of Mexico the Hobe Sound School are be- Lot 4, Block 13. The :34 by 62:
R Page manager of the Subsequently! to be turned South(o"rto I Rauch said all are quite gentle "48 b..m II ..i-t" for .... Cwpikdby I weeks of the concrete roadbed City have acquired two buildings ing turned Into room for rent. ft. $10,000 residence with a garage -
lie Theatre. The feature pie* Rauch and trankports condlUoIII and trained for riding _", w. ;4. Miub.11.' W L W. I still uncovered.: from Camp Blending, cut one Decision on others has not been' 14 ft 6 In. by 22 ft will

will be "Dick Trac,"with where.the. weather --.-.-......---;-- A.M II f.M. A M. t,H, I In half and now are readying made be extremely elaborate, contest,
rpl o Conway and Anne Jeff- !( "' '''1W 4 BUILDING AT SLOWER three cottages: for rent Across Two new homes In HOW Sound (Continued On % //e Smx)
A Leon Brrol comedy and ("fCCtCCt( D :: -.1.. less.>** *6,64* <::"" 'PACE IN INDIANTOWN the street' from them John L. proper are going up with the I
toonUadhaUan Island,* SAY CHRISTMAS TO ALL"IN P.. t AS .1.66> m: 111:':: Taylor Is building a lU-room owners as their own contractors. I NEWS RATES ADVANCE
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tomplete the' full-length 'DM .:As.. 3'", ::1,1: 411D SALERNO PALM- CITY- home for his step-son John Van J. M. Pierce I building one lot IN THE NEW TEAR
All cMUren are in- NEXT WFEWSNEWS U tolf t,1I 1t,1II, 1914: I Heas. west of the church a house of
10 Ittend and a good timetroml3e4 will publish next Wednesday 0... II" ..is see 1146THEYEATHER Leaser building activity Is reported But down the street between concrete block, and J. L. Arnold I The Stuart News advertising
every one. It Is The Stuart News and I we areEdition I in process in Salerno Mr*. Lawrence and the galdanas la two-thirds finished with a rate will advance cents a column
ai a Christmas; gift to the afternoon just before, Christ-as to I Palm City and Indlantown.;Onehome southward lies the center Of' the large frame house dose 0 the I inch In 1848 from the present
f. younger, patrons,.Page planning a epeelal, Christmas Greeting ., Is under way by contractor Rio boom. Here houses are UDder recreation ban. On the Island, non-contract. rate of M cent*
the message 01 Yuletide goodwill to ."ry 0me"agetethem Roy Decker at, Salerno, Shores way by W. H. Barnett., H. W. Oeorge Brotfnlee recently. completed to a new non-contract rate ofpe
carry -;:;;' 'and several are reported nearIng Decker, George L. Ward, George x.-LYerket remodelIng -
Martin COli nt". : Tor U.>. .. "" W e 3 cent
ARTS G1/1IrD' In Edition' Jok. M ..... V *. W."bq _. : completion ia Palm City DeWitt, the Rev; J. B Buckey.J of garage and service, Quarters r.e a 4 n t advertisersunde*,
be the finest Christmas oin kilt M..rt. Source for detailed comment in and A. B. Padento the
q1llee1&1 This .Is going ti ; T-pws": Rmilass A. Bryden formerly owned by contract will not be affected by
T000"M News Ilea ever printed anti youwil!. want" 4 -- ...- Palm City and., Indlantown. wen mention a few. Other homes Ford estate into an attractive the advanc In rate..!which" lias

in... It up. Jltne The ma"Alre'lia It,' especially it you have been, : :' : :i I unavailable. i may be seen under way east of residence the west aide of been mad umaw7'tT a, J"- ,
Guild, Ino. wit lit held at ,our many Simi ba" been unable tel selld' E::: ::: ::: 0 M I 0 the Van Bess construction! oft the road, and further south several per cent Increase In Circulation:: ..-
like 10
nabed .. 64DM ENROLLMENTMrs. both sides ol AlA.KIWAN1& and new
"tie friends and clletomera. D U .n COMPUTE other Both Martin county and The .
Centw I toPreuSn .
*"'t H, r- *fnnouneed Christmas. cards lumall y"r that 15 : t:" ,.::: :: Dorothy Tuck Junior Red V I construction Is reported begun. New' art growIn,' Weareprtn "

| lieMajr. : ..,- A fro4ting .I In the New!! 'wUl ionvoy, : n':1' $6 I Crowchalritram report! Martin CHRISTMAS claw aMllalln&raclIlIt"1 MEET Woman's Club. Each member Uif COO more paper a week thanWThenewgraU ,
th6ffcsbitirphwssy300; County schools 108 per cent en* The ;
tint all Drop by INCHES RAINFAU willimake bring a gift to
I II requested '
oftnoKf ... rollment,this donation Christmas party effect th
rt of: tt- will calL DW to .. year. which take *
be ud our 10-prosontative! 04. p .. .. 1. .24 iilf $20 was sent,, the NationalChildren's up the program at totnor-I the meeting \the value of' second week in anuary.,(' f
present, AD Interestedruitor J U. meeting it the)does not exceed :U cent ,
.. Fund rows .Prn.
are gaMMr In- *AL ., .. .Ipo I ,
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' r 111\| \ \f e A LINE ON SPORTS ---- -- Louls- W lcott tomorrow and Saturday, rLtroversy .

! I" HARRIS WALL Vets Top Fort Pierce 13 -0 rages among thi el-
d" I' I '//1
pert of
t I Tigers Finish Cheerless Films ports circles and ,Iai.;
,'j'' Fight men alike On the split decwi
ol Judges and

.; ,. i-A;:t' 1r Season, Hopeful. for 1948/ ALL-STAR TEAM Play Vero Here SaturdayThe To Be ShownPictures the Other, State, than Boxing having had Coil upheld aside !nT.,(h

I seat the Z
I By tO \\I\GEIt: JR. picture often "
Vi'''i \ of the most widely
'i t the best
1 means of
t'1' I xl I --- Stuart Veterans foot- deciding
l I !t'' 1,, Still seeking a winning combination Coach Charles Kindred ball team bolstered by their 32 Get Awards at Tiger discussed fistic encounter ba recent Issue personally
Wall Howard
. j'' Haywood years, the! heavyweight ______
I' if *;\ I Martin County High School Tiger wound up their 1947 season Tucker. Placed en conquest of Fort Pierce last WATER
championship bout between JoeLouis SKI TITLE Slf
"I ,' I' With little to cheer about Insofar a* the tall a record i concerned. 2nd Team Saturday) will be.aiminf 'at< '
t I't''i; win No. 6 this fall when they Football Banquet Thursday and Joe Walcott in New Winter Haven, Dec, U. (wa,
: Okeechobee and ClewUton submitted to the Stuart
u t Only aggregatlon York two weeks will be The third.
\ ; Martin County High, 'School play hosts in a return match ago annual Florida Wafer.
; !tS : ,v in IU\ 10 starts\ as the opposition won eight eontnU and outscored .
; placed center and co-captain with strong Vero Beach on shown at the Lyric\ Theatre Ski Championship win be hey

o ;t r ',;; the Tigers 160-51 Harris "Cowbo)'. WaU on the the high school gridiron at Thirty-two awards wen. made'I awarded to. Adolph Hertel. Billy I along with the regular program at Cypress Oardeni Dec 17..

\ '. A major drawback from the season's Infancy WM the lost ot first team and end Lamar Howard 8 :30 Saturday night. to Members of the Martin County Hardwlck. Beach- Brooke Bernard i
t Smith,Rudolph !C' ((
I' Junior guard Bert Clements due! to a broken leg Clements war guard Haywood WaU and The Vets came from behind Ira High fchool football team
and Karl Krueger Jack Thompson -
'l", i Main! captain and an Important cot Iff th* Stuart forward wall quarterback Herbert Tucker on bruising Armistice Day battle and its Managers at the annual Frank Matheson. Richard 1
the! second team when coachesof ,
In addition, the schedule was no cinch with such powers'a* Tltusvllle the. Indian River Conference to defeat Vero there 14-7 giving gridiron banquet sponsored fey Brooks David Callen, James

'. ( Cocoa, Belle Olade and Vero Beach Included on It, all ot: met In Melbourne Dee. 10 to select -' every return Indication: that. Saturday i Kiwanis at the Woman's Club! Wood and Donald Bowden. Man- e .

i ,' I which enjoyed winning seasons l the loops annual all-stai very similar meeting to that her thriller may TtM'be last Thursday night agers awarded numerals were FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS i

An early heartening aspect of next season's play Is that the teams Vets emerged from the For! ,Herbert Tucker: and Herbert Dewey Wells John LHeureux ,-
;' I Tigers will l lose only two line regulars, Harris.Wall I and Lloyd Cocoa declared conference; Pierce contest In good shape with Kraft wire announced as elected and Phillip Springer,
champions, placed four players i by the-lr t teammates ascocaptains The more than 71 persona attending DINNERTAKE
j Campbell both of whom are senlore. However the heart of the< no serious Injuries reported and
on the first team and anotheron for IH1 replacing heard Coach Raymond --
will be lost of Charley' Titus, Sam Whittle, I member
backfield by graduation every squad ready for ",
Wolfe of University of Florida -
I the second Melbourne with Harris Wall and Charles Titus,, the
;;, I" Ted Bishop and Arthur Henry leaving Herb Kraft, Herb Tucker three on the first and one on the I. full time. A large contingent, 1841 ee-eaptalna. AU four gave urge the boys, particularly THE FAMILY
y: and John Oadd upon which to rebuild next year. '' second and TItusville with two of fans Is expected' to follow the' short talks. The 18 recipients\ UM seniors who will finish high

i Bill Ferguson, who played only the first few games before on the first and three more on Vera team here. I of letters, u announced by school next June to make the moving North, still finished first among the team scorers with It the second ranked next. Eau I Th* Vets' triumph over Fort Coach Charles Kindred were most of their opportunities to
I 'I points! Following were Whittle with 14, Oadd with 12 Tucker and Qallle and Okeechobee each Pierce by a 13-0 count was hardly Paul" Mtspet. Lamar Howard, further their education because,

Lamar Howard with t each and Titus with 1 1. ; landed two men on the teams I Indicative of the oneaided"nese I Tucker, Walter Fedenon Hay- Wolf said, any boy can go'to
with Okeechobee a Roland Raul- of the game Two more wood Wall Charles. Boggeas, college It he has the will to stick I
1 erson, only repeater from: IS4, I I Stuart touchdowns were ,nullified Bert Clements, Bruce Beattr, at It He also brought out that
I'' 1 Florida's abrevlated duck hunting seatwa which .pene4 I being named \captain of the all- i by backfield la moUoa penalties Kraft. Titus, Sam Whittle, John while athletics are fin training
I I Monday until. Jan Ii "will be another poor one," according to stars I as the Vets plied up 231 Deed Arthur Henry" Lloyd 'r they can be played only so long Chis Inv'sSERVED l
j' observations, the V S. Fish and Wildlife Service, The' State Each first team member Will yards net on the ground and Mli Campbell. Along Smith and while education Is a life-long I o

,: Game Commbnlon I reports, "The disheartening I pinion :Is basedon I II be presented with a gold football i, the air while compiling 18 .Harris WaltThirteen proposition and should come

I the predictions biolonlsts In the North, who found the trophy. Stuart left guard drat downs: Impotent Fort numerals_ wen first

1947 waterfowl nesting population sorely below par, along with Alonao smith was the only Tiger Fierce, Its goal line repeatedly In .
I t I nominated who failed to land a danger, never passed the Vets I THE MODERN
I studies on the Missisxlppl and Atlantic flyways' The I aced Monday and a considerable If
1t 1 our bird berth on one of the teams. 38 and wa limited to a net I I NORTH WOODS increase In paldup members Is
reduced and the "
1 summer's nesting population was young
the ground and only
i t j Turning to basketball, the yards on sought to bolster the rejuvenated
crop definitely was not what it should have been"On IRC two aerial In.
coaches set the annual 122 on completions club i finances, It was report
the other hand the commission this month reports tourney In Melbourne Feb. 27 118 tries. ed. Caretaker R. E. Smith currently CAFETERIA
r ., "Scores! of green fishermen,most of them on their first fishing and 28. Three trophies will be Stuart scored on &Its first offensive PARTY PLANNEDAT Is\ busy preparing the ySTYLEF0

i trip, have been carting home the bag limit of black bass and awarded In this meet, to the I play after' kicking off to greens for the winter season and

I blue bream recently as they worked Mae Okeeelw>bee's Incoming boy champions, the boy runners the Raiders Starting on his own expects' to have them In'' top
II streams In Okeechobee, Martin, film Beach, Hendry or Up and the girl champions The 22, Warren Shlpes sliced through GOLF 'CLUB shape by Jan 15. Andy Hunter, # YOU TO COME1ANDJGO QUICKLY, TO

, Glades Counties." two top girl teams at the time right tackle, reversed his field In recently acquired professional at
. will play the preliminary to the the secondary' and aided by two the club Is available lessons. /
'I f boys' final Feb 88 for that trohy i key blocks sped 78 yards for ascore of SPEND THOSE EXTt A PRECIOUS HOURS
will and offers a special course
Conference little
I The members of the Indian Rive had success A north woods party be
> and a championship I game Charley Hall placeklcked .
six half hour lessons for $10 to
outside of the loop this fall They took on 17 foes outside of the held at the Martin County Oolf ;
between the current top boy D-I the extra point. Shlpes returned ,
. I l I IRC and met with victory only seven times In 27 starts( \ Only teams will be played Feb. 27. a Raider punt 33 yards to the and Country Club Saturday af I .

: I II TItusville, which was unbeaten In five non-league tilts, outscored George McClellen, Cocoa coach Fort Pierce! 24 In the second per temooR.and night. ,Oolf and Radar Is now feed In

t 1\\ I this opposition Fort Pierce and Vero Beach enjoyed the moat and IRC secretary; Melbourne iod, and alx play. later,passed brIdge followed will be by played dancing befor on supper the tracking tropical storms.MAaiUCI VARIETY Ol HRISTMAS GOODIES ?

iJ success 'with me teams as both met and whipped three of them Coach Rick Olllesple and Tom : t yards to Paul Hardwick who the
Orlando B Barr, Melbourne High School scooted over for the second Stuart newly-completed patio at. IceneNs '
Belle Olade topped two out of two but neither the nor i
r club house .. ..... ; FOR ALL AND A P IAb ONE, FOR THE
each with IRC outfits.\ principal, were named onllba,, touchdown. Halls placement .W11. n.l 0.1501, ''Nda.er
II :: I ,I LaB!Ue could win in two engagements tournament committee. A membership' drive was InlU- a B..m ,
ClewUton, the most "common foe of IRO teams, defeated' one > was wide $
lost to two others and tied a fourth Eleven outsiders who playe i seventh member of the IRC and Hall bucked from the I In the
I I only one! IRC member won six lost. three and tied a couple will enter officially April 1 In third period and again when Before You Buy Tour e'
t I : The final standings of IRC teams In non-conference play areWe've : tIme for baseball competition. Walter Rein dashed yards and i

l L i w L T Pet. Tr OPTltuovWe Coaches Charles Kindred and then lateral to Ransom Tilton t3

t _.. ..- ....... 3 0 2 .800 101 18I Joseph meeting McCoy from attend Stuart.last The week IRC who final ran 13 more The yards game in was the Christmas Gifts .

I 'f Cooa -....._..--....._1 2' I .500 67 74.w officials wlU meet' again In Vero marked quarter by Improved line playon 4 pedal Dinner Parties

i i 1 Ok"tChob8'8'' .-. -.............0 2 :2 I .2So 211 9. Beach Feb. 21.COLORED. the part of the Vets with TU- be arranged for to

.1' i. Melbourne _.___ .. 1 4 0 .200 41 92 -s ton, Georges' Magos Johnny ITD aft
,i STUART 1 1\\ 0 .157 411 138 Mann and ,Jim Tucker outstanding December 24th.

"I !' I Eau OaUIe 0 2 0 .000 9 S4L COURT The Vets also uncovered a N LS [1 T50.1 Ow M. War The btu./. buy ... Will k c-... I

f "; -- new offensive star In erstwhile I AIM ale. P. M. rsw.,0000. 0BI.a rya. A. M 3
I.. T 15 1\\ .352 209 ;; guard Bill Smith who repeatedly LIppincot. Bldf. 0 P. O. Arcade tf
thrilled' the nearly (00 fans with I
i I IRC champions, TEAMS, LOSE 4., long runs behind efficient: blockIng ><>a: t )$ )%) dddd&iWE

1'I. Smith made 85 yards In nine!
1' carries, six of which wen for )10 :=<< m:

Melbourne Quintets Repeat or more yards
Twin Win Here The statistics.: I II
t tl a.- '
Tuesday I /-- S
t .
Nt.n/Ollknb1.n50: 1 ...:... e AI e.-la n I FISHERM : o.
The Stuart Training School RIo rl...,." LrY. 4 c...._. Loa. ,.......
r basketball teams opened up their w. U_._ r. e

7 game schedules on the short runt d_.. ._. I laNt
I. I r.. end In four games with Melbourne ,.. ..I.... kraal Its
' I II I 5..tn.ekd It 1e..n."N. / I
during the past week. \.bd I tV.
In Melbourne Thursday .... 's Is 04P. 1
l 1 Playing e. m.5.
e ..... s.r...,.. be I 1Piardaa
i night the girls dropped a ..I...d ungneu I/
I J 23-$ decision and the boys were __ 1
beaten 29-18 Initiating their ,"'Ir. .do. wnu ...1 1.1

, Home appearances Tuesday A.e.pda; ,; '-lik';;;. d/ '.elTd. Rod and Reel Repairing
night, the girls lost a close 12-10 ., .11, Ike, ......... .... 71Fumbin I
1\1 ',I r thought of tn<> things you'll need during the game and the boys fell 21.17 as r..gleA arsr.nd 1 tYdiItl..l 1o.
:::,,::: I
Melbourne made a last period
Holidays, and selectt-d these time saving and money MNlUsu' JI
; tr }'!r rush to win after tr.Ulnl.from
t : t satin hoUMeWares pecials. the: start. No further game will ; NO DELAYS PROMPT SERVICE
I. I' be played until Fort Fierce will
be host to the Stuart tams TIGER.CAGERS

: J ; Stainless Steel Ware Jan 9.The. .
,,1 1 : evere f'f /
Wrfh Copper Bottom Jan 9--FBI'. Pierce there TO PLAY COCOAOPENER il

I f ._ Jan. 14-Ft. Lauderdale, there

'"A 32-PIEC Ian Okeeehobef., there JAN.9 9 E''PER: \WORK/ANSHW .
J Jam IJ-F. Pierce, here
t 1 I "I BLUE ID E Hand Painted China 'Jan. 23-Belle Glade, there LINE\F :

\, "j": :: Jan Zi-Ft. Lauderdale, here WE CARRY A COMPLETE'
I" >. ,j PRESTD and MIRROMATIC Jan. 30-Okeechobee, here Coach McCoy Unable to
I i' I Feb S-W. Palm Beach, there Secure Games Before ButtiForegrips Reel Seats Lee/Tips Ferrules
E SURE COOKERS Feb 1-Belle Glade, here ChrUtmas Stainless. Guides and ,in all Sizes.

Feb. t Delray Beach, there ...,
Feb. 11-ralallta, there Unable to schedule a tame before '
H i
Feb. zt-Clewl; toton, there \
tl i schools recess for the Christmas NOW IN STOCK ,
Beach, here '
Feb. ZS-W. Palm 1.
', f UNIVI. S L ELECTRIC APPLIANCES holidays, Martin County ," .
Dar S-l-DMrlct tourney ,
: High School Coach Joseph McCoy
t It, CTRIC COFFEEERCOLATORS Port Lauderdale charges will have his basketball Solid and Semi-solid Calcutta* ." "
Y f' practicing tonight and '

VeTO Is No. / tomorrow the holidays and during for their a portionof Jan 9 Sambo/ Bridge\ Pole k., f** ? .'
: ,
AFFLE IRONS opener In Cocoa which at the 1 \\j :
l same time will Initiate the Til Linen and Nylon Lines.

Foe of Tigers ers'Indian. Rlwr Conference activity t

McCoy reported Considerable I I I II I II We Sell P a/ for All Makes of Reels .. '
P REX Vero Beach High School woundup effort was made to secure at ,
its\ .147 football season on least one and perhaps two games I !
Thanksgiving as the No. 1 team this week before the court' sea A Complete Line of Fre.h and S/lt Water Fi l\ng'Tackle .Adaptable for All Type

OVEN D FLAME WARE among those Included either on son gets In full swing, but to no .
the schedule of Martin County avail Only four IHC schools I of Fishing I In Southern Florida/Vater!. :

x tIV LASTING GIFT High School or' In the Indian will be played by Stuart since i iI .. .
.. .
River Conference of which Stuart Okeechobee, minus I '
a gymnasium I
Ik a member. will .not compete this sea 1 I II A COMPLETE, LINE OF. /PENN REEL$'Vnd SOUTH WIND TACKLE
of IRC
The\ season records son '
I IN member and the area teams I I II '' .

H11 R9P Stuart met are: The Stuart schedule: I I'I ,We Carry jfnly Nationally A. rfised Brantla' .
w t t JH.V -
'ANDI .M ....a ,* I ) pee Jaav. Ceeea, thereJta. I I II
TltuOTMte. -.. .' I .M* '' Inv1t the' .
I I VM I I mMO U-IMray Beach, there I I We Public toe Ins Our Stock.Seahorse ,
_... :.7: ; .
OUR' STOCK I I IM Jan. Ift-Eai GaMe, bore '
INS ECt Mane. ..... .a 1 I .In .Jaa. __Vere ....... .here i iI '
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Y I ,......... .. .s I, t .... .Jan. !Meliearae, km I i iI '(
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CIoowlat. .t.
tore i iI
J. U-Oeoe
11.11...ue .4 I /NerueaT TacI.e'Eo.I
s 1 foe Jan. n-rert' rtnrw, here I i iI :
STU RiIAM Ok..b.b.S 55, 6.0. : : 1 i I !. .111 lee Urn II-TIKsrUle, oars' I ; I .
Feb. S Vere Beach, there
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Pn.aeoou eels
Ill.bU. Feb. ''I-DeIra.II, .here I i iI
... ._ j
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.1. Lis I. RhMk '" Feb ll-Mclbrarae, there I i iI FOR. OUR, SIGN
hr .. twoo5 .. .. iMNw i.b14. Ml.q. c -
..... II W..11. .1. II.. t. M"Irn d..rstn. Feb. _Tlt.vUla, here I i NAVY :1IWlITa. ','0,...,;
'Feb. 14-Twt rteree, there
S + .. ::: laJMtelbewoe i
fM /*. SttlNMMr SuMllhlM, Feb. n-U vnc, tMsraey :
axed l I. UU II It II II, I
.ra4 Irtam /. .f'.t'. to ktIS
1.00. ft. tttUHf. .to nv, |l.M*. taielt-4tat.rtc' .eseaioM ,

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Indian River Drive Ankona and a visit to his .sister the return of the mobile hest Id' the Crimean war appeared between battleUn and horn, {'

Miss Eleanor Van Fossom and I X-ray unit to this county In. 1 the tint modern army medicinal' front, the first Iron clad, the '1'1 I
A NEW_ PLACE T GO his aunt Mrs D. W. Frye, February. I service, the first telegraph line ant new camera. I .

I Many Students Along Drive MTI. Ople Roger of Albert- 1

Barrel Sc4i vllle, Ala., la the guest of her '
"The, Big Shop" daughter and son-in-law, Mr.I I AMIr ;j.
for Christmas VisitsBy and Mrs. George Rogers, In AnI I (
The Only Fountain -/.ft Shop kona She will remain until February I t..
MRS. VIVA 0 MAT Expected to the Roger t.'J
for Mile and IRilei i ed Monday from Palm Beach horn for Christmas will be Mr.Roger's I 'J
'. Many of the college let are where he' went for medical sister and husband, Mr '
OB U. S. Midway No. I Hobe Sound arriving or homeward bound for ,
the checkup. He and Mrs. Ebner and Mrs.: A. T. Hudgen, and son,
Christmas holidays, among will have their children, grand Tom, also from Albertvllle i
lI<<(' them Miss Dorothy Deal of An children and a number of visiting Many along the Drive give applause ,
student Ashley Hall In relatives from Charleston, to courtesy exhibited by ,!
Charleston, 8. C, who arrived 8 C., with them for Christmas three boys from Collier Tree Experts -
by plane In Orlando Tuesday A present house guest II 1 Mr*. N. Miami, sent Into this dis- t

who motored over Monday for a .1r.
from Charleston an extended Company
couple of days visit with Mrs. visit J. M. Lassater, In charge of r.
95d SPECIAL 95cBruca Deal: parents, Mr, and Mrs. E.: work, who In the
Caple was
: 8. Poole and to bring their Mr and,Mr* -.R.; Miss Ensey Peggy, MissKatherine Army and R. L. Sanders, IT,
daughter home
Munroi, Donal Ensey and Jim radiated proper home training.
Mlra Patricia Hardwick, Junior Carpenter from New York, made' Kindnesses were their stock In r.I
student at Barnard and her trade and they made us comfortable -
I Io. Walton that r
a from
brother,Robert C. Hardwick who It
& Harry'sHigway went to dance by music from by preferring possible I
graduates from New Haven University the Olen Gray orchestra at, what wi would like
In January, are meeting Hall Needless to say with their
Legion recently 1
In New York City for the home what
courtesy they did Just they
1 and Indfantown Road Mr Laura Howard and Miss
trip together. Their arrival la. knew should be done. And we
Georgia Turner of Eden had a
expected Sunday by their parents were all satisfied-for weren't '
Mr. and Mrs Sam Hard- neighborhood evening party last. GIVE HER
wt to have telephones? Tele- '
wick of Ankona Young Hard- Saturday for their guests Mr we have M"-i-lase aasena asslasa.e -- IF.'#R.
I phones art
and Mrs. Clarence Burke pfPittafleld
DPNNERSEVERY I wick spent last summer In Europe I Mass. Among those wanted for yew but could not
where he went over the I In attendance were Mrs. Barbara get because the main line run GLAMOUR for CHRJ6TMASSCHIAPARELLI
scenes of operation when he was west of the Florida East Coast ,
Tenon,Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ensey
In service and had charge of a Railway track and they would-
Miss Katherine and Donal
I IIn province In Germany for which Ense,. n't give right ot way for the SHE: WILT BE DEL ;IITED l
he was cited for outstanding to tunnel under or go
NIGHT Mrs. George F Ensey who has company RENEE TH01ONLUCIF f tiV
abilityFrom over head. And the only line WITH A GII r
been the guest of her son E.: R. / LE LONG
Mary Baldwin college at here was carrying too big a load 24
Ensey and family In Walton returned -
w ng All Day Sundays Staunton, Va, comes Miss Frances to her home In Tropic to put on anymore, subscribers FROM IiRUNI 'S HELENA RUBINSTEIN
i Lee Koblegard for a holiday last week U t / DOROTHY GRAYManx ,
visit to her parents,Mr. and Mrs. DwIght Dollison, assistant advertising HEALTH DIRECTOR; VISITS
Ruhl Koblegard of the DrIVe. HERB THURSDAY
for the Kansas -
Tomat JTui 4o-Fruit Cup -- or,Soup U Coming home for the Christmas City Star with office In New ,far 4TEnw .
holidays will be Tom A. York, spent last week end with Mrs. Alva Ray, health educa- We ill Have In Stock ,.,
Scott, Jr.. pre-medical student his cousin, Fletcher Russell In tor with the State Board of S
conferred here Thursday a r (
at Vlllanova and his sister, Health
Ankona. Dolllson left Mondayfor
Fr .d Sh 'mp with Tartar 4
Sauce Mary Jane Scott who, attends Richmond, Ind., with stopsIn with Miss Flora Stanley county
fried llep Sea Scallops with i Fountain Spring Immaculate Washington and Philadelphiaen health nurse and Charles A.

[rartar Sauce Heart Academy at Ashland, Pa. route He ha Interests In Christopher president Tuberculosis of and the Items For the La/t Minute Shopper
Martin County
They are joining each other In
Ro Beet .< Roast Loin of Pork Florida and owns property along 3
Health Association regarding '
Philadelphia for tM trip and THtE\Vnl
the Drive where he anticipates FOR DESIRE FINE THINC
Poll Roast of Beef:! I will be met by their parents, Mr. building a winter home.P. .
Fried[ Spring; Chicken and Mrs Tom Scott of Ankona. ... Van Seggern who bought Hollin worth Can .
Harry Jennings, student In 655 feet of river front property *6.XALLYAiPhone & es
f ; business lidmlntotraUon at has started road building. Con- '
Florida University, will arrive In struction of a home for himself A WON] ERFUL SELE ION'
Thil|>e Vegetables Walton the last of this week to and Mrs. Van Seggern will be
I spend vacation with his parents, followed by the building of attractive e OF llFTS FOR M N
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jennings duplex apartment
Itatoeg, Salld, Bread and Butter Following a Sunday night supper Many years ago the Van Seg- 2406 B No. 277VERO WE ARE E/CLUSIVE DEALERS
In the Lysle S. Hubbard terns built a beautiful home ona B SCIL F RIDA FORBQRDEN'JS
I lVI i home in Ankona, chess enthusiasts point of land on the North
Fletcher Russell and Hub- Fork of the St. Lucle At the All NJJ i '0- Cofi tee or Tea bard enjoyed their weekly contest time they could only get to this Ceramic Molfic Marble, ICE CREAM's f
I- Quests In the Hubbard property by boat They held this Quarry, 4 M alt and *
home Saturday were Mr. and property many years after they

H me-Made Pie and Cakes ...-.__....20cJohnaoili Mrs Fred Rappold from Hemp- moved to Mlaml;disposing of It Plastic Ad b A\minuet
stead,J,. I., who bought propertyon only within the past Year. it
J ward Ice Cream ..... 20c U. S. 1 and have done considerable Miss Ethel Kynaston arrived 'all Til Braverfs Pha'rma'cy'
building making readyfor at her home In Ankona Saturday Tile fo/sale and stalled '
the advent of Rappold par- from a two-week visit In Flc/r Sanding d
ents, Mr. and Mrs W Rappoldwho Minneapolis. She drove bark Finishing '
CLOSED ALL AY CHRISTMAS arrived Sunday. The Rap- with'Mrs. K. J. Ooft of Minneapolis Rug Cleaning t Lyric Theatr Bldg Phone 9
polds own the Lakevlew Lumber and Mrs. Ooff sister, SPARBR1TE PRODUCTS
t"Q" company In Hempstead. Mrs J. E. Chllson of Chicago
t t"ttt<< A SERVICE
H. V; Ebner of Eldrsd return- u nntf and Mrs rhllann will
*-- .. -?. 1 1 spend>.the'season In this vicinity ; .1C .W000 0a w w w4.1c< "
At present they are the house j.
guests of Mis Kynaston and 1 ;

Mrs Mr Fanny and Mr Streeter.*. Edgar McNallf !. You Are Cordially, Invited to Attend w', '
\MO > Cedar Rapids, Iowa : ?
a number of day visits '. .
with Mr. and Mrs T. M. Deal .
last Saturday when they left An- FORMAll '
YOUR tona for Miami and Cuba where' The OPENING of. : :
they will vacation I McNall was :
formerly associated with Deal In '

Room and Kitchen the Link-Belt Speeder Corporation '
Bath here the In Cedar Deals and Rapids.their guest While I Our New Store fen Miracle Mile .

went deep-sea dishing with Cap- f
We Now Have.In Stock For Immediate 'vain landed Herman hersflrst RelU sailfish Mrs measuring McNall- I In .

I over < ft She 'I Is having Itmounted VpOlYBEACHSaturday
Combinations ::: !
Delivery Tolet and hopes It will be -
: clad In the same metalll blue, I :

I ii Bath Tubs/ Lavatories when purple emerging and silver from tints the It water had 1 i De tuber 20tK

I andNecessary -'It was beautiful"Other I .
In the !
scent guest
I, Deal home were Mr, and Mrs Newest, L rgest and Finest \n the East Coast ;
Supplies from Orlando. i
Hank Detwlller
I Detwlller Is a partner of Troy i \ :
II I ... M Deal Jr, In the Square Deal \ \ODS) CO. Inc.' .
Machinery and Supply company FLORIDA SORTING, :: .
New t/f f Kitchen They also went deep-'"* fishing \I
: Shipm but their catch was the edible 1 -
variety.Mr. I
, : and Mr*. R. V. Ankeny
were hosts for the Past .
I .. "'Ill- and Past Master Club supper I :
, held In Masonic Temple Monday i i

: NKS evening held For In their Masonic Red Cross Temple meeting Fort I I 10 percent Discount on all-Items on the Price Tags /

Pierce Tuesday night, Mr*' Don i

I Romanello, chairman, for Ruth I December 20th : :1
WATER HEATERS chapter for this event called a i Saturda Only- :
: GAS ,OIL and.-'TRI | meeting her home of In her Eldred committee last Tnuri- I r

I I Tof Meet Your Demands day ments afternoon were made where for a arrange-skit to !' From :30 a. m. lOfpO pe m. ,

tj*, explain the meaning of Red
, Cross to the members .

! Wayne and Meyert Pumping, SystemsPlumbiife om Mr arrived and Mrs.from Robert SteubenvUle Van Fos-, Outboard Mcftors Beach. ""Equipment inns & Ammunition

Ohio, Monday to spend Christmas Koroseal Shotguns
holiday with his patents, Martin 40"60" .
/ Mr. and Mr*. R. Van Fossom of Automatics / I ?
Bicycle ,
II I II Pumps J /1<
II I AnnouncementjNew Schwinn Ifuilt Shell / }

It ItII I Supplies -0. .. ... .bet t.a., Sports ar, Fishing TackleShakespeare ATHLETIC- /

was stde i.k..r .r A.t.
IIt Mac Ci/egor EQUIPMENT ,
ww r rssawN.a V
t a .,..r.t.t.t w a .a... U. S. Rubber PEleurer' t.
CARRYQuidity 'Heddon Converse 'J j.E" .
H. a.d i --or oar DrfbakFLORIDA
I NrselW as sb .wsew ) ", 'I :

erchand e' os see A too.be..t.Fwa.a, .,..w elver.wta r..a.C'.Wildren Nh h.... I SPORTING GOODS() ) C.Jn() ;

_d.. ,

.. care for Jay, I, de Leon Circle and 2 lit Street I'i' ', U' 'S.: Highway:M(ii.1 ,.
week, b the; ore' '
Lnbin -
and PiletaIWorlis. Z, Vero Beach'Florida.... V

Stuart l Also,evenings. S
location WS S. Akr f
STUART;! ,,'FLORIDA wn *.nnnnniuaia '. -
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lIt _' .. Palm City News carol service with special music end at th* home of Mrs. Leigh- Gainesville attorney' today A veteran of two years service 'WHOLESALE GAINSoutheastern
\\1 I i ,ALES' See U. For and community singing. Stereoptlcan I ton's sister and brothcr-ln-law, threw his hat into the. State I In the FIeld Artillery tee war'
i" I' : Mr. and Mrs. David Waldron, wholesaler from
pictures of scenes of theNativity i boiIUcal race.Stating discharged aa a 1st lieutenantand .
: ,,1 I' t' I_ : -4 111[ Repairubd In Okeechobee. that the is a member of the American January.to October of thjivMr
younger generation
i ,1 also will be shown. .
,; sold '
i ,41, TUCKER WINS Archie Lamb of Okeechobee which helped fight World Legion/ and DIsabled American more thsi$7So3ooiS'
1,1 I SERVICE Parta Thi! Christmas tree party forth I Ia visiting Indefinitely at the worth tl
; War II cannot now retire from Veterans: Born at kCunaon goods, or $l ,oooooo,! f
Sunday, School will be Tues- home of his daughter and son- responsibility for good Qovern-, a mall logging camp In the :worth more than 1
( Ii'/ I; : ::: WEIGHT LIFTINGCHAMPIONSHIP day evening.I All Interested in-law, Mr. and Mrs Charles ment, Lee laid efficient discharge northwestern part of the State, tame 10-month period during i thi I
., ARNOLD BAUER friends of the community are Evans: of pubUc service U one ,Lee ii a member of one of 110rI' ?
Pi' 'I i"" Invited t to attend and enjoy the Mrs. E. L. Mayo Of Orlando, of the highest calling a man Ida's pioneer Baptist! families,I. according to C. Parker lii! :
i;: :, St;Lucie Boulevard Phone 142W,1 occasion with the children. Offerings mother of Uw Crews sisters here, luCy aspire to and pointed the I' which dates back sis generations I!. regional director of .
; on Christmas Sundaywill recently returned home from an way by hit'own announcement.I and almost 150 years < Department of Commerce ;I 1
/ I II be for war victims and reconstruction Orlando hospital after an attackof
,I ; : 1 1 : By MRS.ANNA B. DAY pneumonia. Mayo also has
f, ', The Rev. and Mrs Wallace H. been 111 from a severe cold.
to I I. On Kov 29 J, C "John" Tuck Stems have as their guests this I Mr. and Mrs Oscar Eng of
AMIDST OF tr, eon of Mrs. Jack Llsk, 1on'the week Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. !Springfield, Pa, near Philadel- qlf /(
{ ( I ''Thayer at( Somervllle Mass, at phia, arrived Dec. 9 and are visiting
\ ,
of "Mr Arizona
'i'' "" FOOD VALUES title asArlion whom summer home In New at UM home of Mr. and u
I. \,' ; '. \ a tieatywrlght lifting Hampshire Mr, and Mrs Sterns Mrs.Charles Volta. Mrs. Eng wasa
i'' I I champion and received a brautlXul snnt tho summer. Thayer 1s a girlhood chum of Mrs. Volta
'I .. Irophy and( (gold medal. He' nephew of Sterns. Knowlton The Palm City Woman's Club
\ ( I t will enter the contest) March 1,' Stern; of Red Wing, Minn., Is will hold their Christmas party
I, f, 1M8, In Los Angeles for the title' expected!: Sunday to spend 10 today at :2 I p.m. at the home ofMrs.
\ of "Mr. America" with lilts of ;
days with his parents at the Henry Crews Gifts will
'; ,1 '' ,j i more than 300 Ibs.Cervices parsonage. be exchanged priced at not more
,., ,,1,1I in observance.cf Mr. and Mrs A. W. Hiers walk than 50 cents.'red w WNMh
Christmas: will be held at the Injured two weeks In JOBS is In a
I ago an Chicago on
'f I II Palm City Bible Union Congregational auto accident whtli returningfrom business trip Everything for the Qiristmas Feast
: ;
{ I ; Chur.ti. The minister'stheme dog races In Miami. Mrs Mr and Mrs Ralph Mallory
,' 1 Sund/iy morning will.be Hiers was taken (to a Miami hospital entertained Mr and Mrs. Glen
"A Redeemer Comos to Zlon.A ." where she was unconscious And!raoo Thursday evening at
: I !. 7:30: Sunday there wll be aTH5 for 12 hours. Hiers received cards. Refreshments were QUALITY MEATS lWOERIES- PRODUCE
I mahy cuts and bruises. Their served. The Anderson arrived
ear was demolished. They returned recently from Orwell, Ohio, and
\ 11 home as soon as Mrs. were former neighbors of the
j jI New York Style oYui r .Hl?rs was able to make the trip. Mallorys. WE RECEIVE FRESH WJITS AND VEGETABLES
'' Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Cadwell Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bembryand
.,, ; ,, t I Pilgrim Brand Turkeys will' leave Saturday on the Mr. and Mrs. Knny Stanley EV DAY
I 11 MOST COMPLETE Champion for New Haven Conn., and daughter of Lake Okeechobee -
",, I BETA AND WHOLESALE to spend Christmas holidays with spent the past week end at A CHOICE SELECTION o TURKEYS FOR XMAS
I their children and grandchildren. the A.E. Stanley home. Mr. and .
y' t., They expect' to return Mrs Gordon Stanley and family
; # Jan, S. of Miami were also recent visitors FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT AND\COURTEOUS SERVICE
: ALL SIZES Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklln at the Stanleys.
l of Edenlawn are building a win- S. L. Crews who has been 111 HOME ANi OPERATED
(( I. .1 IOMS \ 1 53 417 OK C SFE ROAD ter cottage bomb there and expect at his home tor some time Is
t'I to have I it finished early In Improved and able to attend to *
\ PH 3831Today's .
I January They then will leave his work. Opcns S:00 a. m. Till 6:00 pm. Week Days Saturday Nights 9:00: p, m,
'{\) .: PLACE YO R ORDE NOW! for California. During their absence Mr. and Mrs. E. #. Hlgbee I I
this winter the new home were In Miami Wednesday on a 1
1 i i 1k- Today will be occupied by Mrs. Conk- .shopping trip. CENTRAL MARKET
Ann Page Stuffed Sultana ed. Sized P d ed lln's mother and friends who Mrs. R.F. Wortham and sister,
: I ,, 51/g-oz. r No. 2 Can will live with her. Her mother,' Adalee Moore, accompanied Mrs.
i[I Mrs. N. R. Gllbert-of Dowagtrac, Myrtle Backus on a shoppingtrip
Peas .. 16c anaieun
Olives .4
1: ;j __ _h_ Mich.,? arrived Monday of last to West Palm Beach Satur- CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
dIn week
,/,':, Olean Spray A & P rade A Mr. and Mrs. Owen'' Whldden; day. grid And Akron JOE' BROOKS Mgr
CRANBERRYSauce No.21t Can artin C my and two children of Daytona GAINESVILLE ATTORNEY t

1 : can .19c Pump in ...13c Beach spent the past week end SEEKS COMPTROLLER JOB
\ Bar is airy at the home of his parents, Mr.
I ) Nabisco Crackers led 1-lb. pkgT: and Mrs. Whldden. I Gainesville, Dec. 18. Announcing
19c Mr. and Mrs. John Leighton his candidacy for the
,I 1 Ritz, .1.lb. pkg.28c run P. 0. 1042 Stuart and children, Johnny and Jan office of State Comptroller H. BINNtilSr
A'& P Apple n M Seedless spent three days over the week A."Llghthorse Harry"Lee,youngThurs. I BEST CHRISTMAS
''I Sauce No. 2 can 17c ISI pkg.__, 17c

i : tibb'foma'to- H 1m 's Pt.

i"1" I'f. Juice,46-oz. can 27 c y naise, ?!

Del Dice Bel. ultry! Complete Assortment of Gobelin's EVERYTHING
1 I t, ... 1.lb. Glass Se ing, pkg..9c, ''i. : FROM SOUP

:!.'y ..;a'.' j Carrots, 2 for .25c Libb Salad !: Christmas-Wrapped Chocolates i/ TO NUTS .

:\ X-Penn: Floor No 21 Ca.i .
Wax, 1 pt. .29c Frui .47c
i ; F 1,1} BOSCUL COFFEE / lb. 49XCro
/.', ..: JEWEL "" PAGE .. .. e >
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\ I.1 SHORTENING PLATIN d. & Blackwell-Sweet Oran:. Sun and Green Ripe

,1 r". '.Ib, pkg. .. 38c 3 MARMALADE 23cSfy OLIVE _
I' p s 20c 43c
I ..
: 4 lb pkg. .$1.49 N FLAVOR -
j 1 ; < Club Sweet Mixed Kemp's : Salted
; I PICKLES 1 NUT 1r '49C
BIp; .. ...
i 1.. Says Mon., Tues., Dec 22-23-24
I ROODS r- Ned I
f 19/
I can
I }, i iM1I y'- ,
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'ft :c I sir Robbins _c-s A. Blackwell

I i ''I' H y '11, ei ; 1 0 .a ,'" ri' PIG IGGLY PLOMJ1DIHOJ'' '" _Ill SAUCEb a 33c

t', t, '';' Tomato ftatilk Betty Crocker PkiAKEFLOUR (-

\ \{! r' .. 1111 ', Ask At Stor For 4-Page Color Price List! SOUP3e 3 ans. 11 c 39c

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,j"'A'' (r' ; ( EARLY PEAS lit

i"J 'Ann Page, Rich Creamy JANE PA ERS t(<
'f Mayonnaise, pt. .41c LUSCIOUSF'R Crosse A Blackwell Date A Nat Diamond Brand English
(I" t

I ; 1 t 4 ,! Sane Parker Xmas-Cookies CAKjebkuchen U T All the \ '' BREAD 2Vc WALNUTS 39c

( doz. .29 h ,. rimmings'for, I c... :_-- ,lb. .
w 1-lb. 75c #' Royal ScarleT Lady Betty

1 I I Fieffernusee1#, doz. ...43 3 lb. .$ ..235lb. f. 1B. iS1IVE I PUMPKIN"o2''a.' c HINCEHEATr 37c

.$ 65 f ...

Marvel Stuffing I PINIl Rl Old Fashioned Cluster NB R a Crckers,lb.29k Eatmore
f'' Bread, /2-Ib.. loaf 18 Borden' ,Cranberries, Ib. 25c
,,, Nonesuch ; : RAISINS, Ib. .....,25c G rgi Paper Shell
Available! Mincemeat sea s.lb.. 3fe Bratil Nuts Its _=::::35e
'Mon., Tues and WedXMXS Pkg. ......... ,.....22 .. "" California She A s, '1,4-lb, p kg. _,,. ...... ._.A9a

r Top, Quality Flirmount
.::' Get Your TREE Now i Complete Line, of Birds Eyes Froz F.. ad ,1

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; All Sizes and Prices :
.......-- ___, -- V 'OCEAN SPRAY,CRANBERRY For SpeciPlace lecbo y
i 'r 9.ift Boxes of Delicious Fresh Choice

{ apples, box ...$2.65 1.lb. pk:,' ; -' SAUCE 2c.2 .,43c You KEY

-- Cranberries .. ..39c P Order ith a.
Tender Yellow +- '
'/:: U. S. No. I White ROLLED RIB EEF
quash, 2s..2 I 5c Potatoes, l0-Ibs.4Sc I PUMPKIN C :, 19c, PLACE 'VpUR ORDER NOW,FOR CHRISTMAS,
BEEF Fresh Killed !
r-Jraian l : ?
Pitted fr CRE VALUE NO JV4 Can v Sirloin' Round .

lames doz. ,......15c Dates, 1 1.lb, pkg, 9cEdsperor ARMOU SAUSAGE '

I Assorted PEACHES2 51c' ,MEATu. STEAKSCHUCK :,",, c, FRYERS' ,'. fe. fi9E,

r Crapes, 2'' lbs..31c N U. r.S GOLDEN HARVEST GREEN 'h. 59c- ':ROAST wuWN
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INS TTIAS, AALEAS, VIOLETS. Eight beautiful flowering trees Living ornamental trees make -
Mrs. Ernest LyorJ 315 Seminole St. TrlplarU amerlcana from ideal Christmas presents '
Mrs Wlllatord Ransom Leach ; .
northern South America will be lire president of the Garden
given the Stuart school as a, Club of Stuart, la urging the ', Jli'
il Christmas gift from the Stuart: members of that

''Itl 0 6 ,.2 A ENTIO EVERYBODYBAR.B.Q Mr Bozone Parent.. w,, R tree Teacher Leach committee and Association Mrs, reported J P.I give Christmas At flowering Mrs Leach gifts trees'organization request this ,year Edwin as to 1 >>PORTING //S5IFTS fltDIE ;

funds for purchase of i A. Mennlnger, "the flowering
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1-foot tees
1' U BACK were contributed tree man" has agreed to be at
small amount'
If and by children 1 home Saturday and Sunday afternoons
parent after the school to supply flowering
ND board agreed to pay half the trees to those who want to obtain eTr
- cost.The them for Christmas presents
t rlns Room committee
Victory Hotel recommended .and 20 per cent of the pro
that the trees be planted as a ceeds of all sales to Garden Club
pen Siu 5:00: P M,, and Every Night memorial to the P-TA president, members for this purpose will ..
Mrs Garland Edenfleld. and her I
go to the Garden Club beautification ;
i rjr Those|Famous I ckory Smoked Charcoaled tog admiration achievements for the of record two-break yean fund. l Everybody's Santa Claus j

I RIBS HA 1 work. The planting will be a PRESBYTERIANDRIVE
-- WEINERS'Irmf '
part of the annual Arbor Day
cation celebration, Jan. It when dedi- SUCCESSFUL { 1r*( )1 fj)r DONTpE A 1
Your Here, >r Servo Ribs for ceremonies will be con Financial the "
Ij'ty > That Party ducted at 10:30: a,m. support 'Twaa the Niht B ore Christmas Shopper" ,
Presbyterian Woe
Church 1848 budget -
A Home. The young trees will be placed
was assured as a result of l)
25 feet apart along the 100-foot I
the SH P NOW!
entrance on each side of thewalk. pledges( campaign by three : I IIt
They were selected be" teams of workers from the )
church last Sunday Dr C. A. '
Cannel announced Tuesday The & ''Y BESS HARDWARE COO
pastor said the effort was a def It : I
inite success and praised the w .. ;:!6
MERRY MERRY XMAS GIFTS parish cooperation. The bud- Offers I l'
04 get and proposed building plans :
were approved at a congregation -
meeting at the Woman t +}' The Answef to Your Gift Problems J JI
SEE Club two weeks ago. t :
The church annual Christmas
service will be held In the
club building at 11 am Sunday I 1 1I
Dr. Carrlel will speak on "When .

ao solo and the Cantlque music da will Noel Include by a I PLIANCES FOR YOU* HOME TO THE, BEST IN SPORTING GOODS -THE PRO- ,; ;p

ORT E D 41W nOTB! Can Still Remember" by the i
Ames" choir directed by Mrs. H. A.
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and Mrs Joseph Coleman -
daughter i, en route to West M I.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Palm ;peach with their car and I
trailer, suffered shock and GIFT Hundreds
bruises Saturday night when the .
vehicle was I struck and over- S I love Ton .
eta. W E 1' OUR OWN turned by a Greyhound bus, also
bound south
et+.ieus (i // % The accident l occurred at Suggestions ,, For ThisMB h i i of TOYS
about 7:30 on U. S. 1 Just south
C RRYGTTAL FITTD 1 NORAV INOa section.of the Indlantown Road inter '"".. ,

cause of their sturdy and rapid ELECTRIC ''t RED WAGONS -,
1- growth and the beauty of their
spring flowering of,long spiked
blossoms of red and white They -
have an almost evergreen foliage CLOCKS \\\ SCOOTERS .
IMPORTED */ COSTUME JEWELRY and reach a height of 100 I ,

Victory ArcaeU Stuart, Fla feet grown at from maturity seeds by They Edwin were A. "f TOASTERS Here's"the gift I.'II"obockto TRICYCLES :
A Menninger at his horn*,In St.
_Uicle states. ." ... ., after all HM presents on opened --
ALUMINUM Acfonrod with
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tCtCt9GtVCtCtaC1VCt :tti: I Sets his none engraved en.Hw. handl*. SKATES.. ;.
There Is no (for lUhng rod -

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Styl 1 boo M I,"yet priced 'f ; .,
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Exciting pIa { ; To Gulf Stream 0 tfits Up To .. ...........$250.00 "

3 Lingerie Gowns, ips, spe1i j' .''

.-Half,Slips, an MPER RODS ...,..1 ......... ..::...:..$ 7.50 to $23.75 ;

i PAL RODS ......1 ................12.50 to $25.00

Panties. xpertly' Tailoiei} PENN EELS ............... ...............1........ .....................from $3.50 .J 4ti
Also' in*White m SLh 8. Sizes 1? to 20 ; PLENTY OF SHAKESPEARE AND PFLUECER REELS 1 ," '

Tea Hose in ':\ck, Red, Grey,
3 ; Thous ads of Other Valuable Suggestions ,"- : '
Bro and Navy. "
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Sweaters, slip
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f. ':illt!t\1:l : '' ;, j: SOCIAL' NEWS and Happenings- of the WEEK IN STUART News Horn' MRS*Menu Telephone efflcc MARY tn tfttj before'HARTMAN W-VY japer noon mat on Wednesday reach Of Societ/EdTu He the pews.,=' 1

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Ii; ; THANKSGIVING DINNER I er and Mr. Link to her committee i SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS ADULT CLASS HOLDS MRS. LAW HOSTESS Miss Eileen Curley of Wffltaton I Miss Margaret Parker1, phjk
, rt,i \ t. REPORTED BIG SUCCESS Mr. H. B Rains was Mrs. Irons HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARTY CHRISTMAS PARTYThe TO CHOIR GUILD Park,L. I, Is expected Saturdayto :taking a post-grsdate\ tod*.

, \. I J 11 The Rev, '1'. I, Oell1 reported appointed entertainment chairman The annual Cbrlstroaj part; spend the holiday with the at Charity Hospital at Heir Or.) '
I 1./! \I II 1 the Thanksgiving dinner given lor the year and she will Feted TuesdayAt of the By-ready: Sunday School adult Bible study class of Mrs John M. taw, Jt, wa Herbert Sudhoff family at Palm lean, will take her annti
\ \ '1 1 by the St .loeeph' Ladles Club, announce her committee members class of the Baptist Church was the Presbyterian Church met at hostess to the Presbyterian Choir City. Herbert, Jr, freshman at week' leave to spend Cbrbuiu,
! 9 f !, ". I I I' Nov. 25 a& the Civic Center wu later Mrs Rains' committee held at the home of Mrs W. O the home of Mr. and Mr. ErwIn Guild Thursday at her Wist 5th Alabama Tech, will fly home here wi tit her parents, ,Dr,4, ind
"f .1[I ,, a complete success it the club' will sponsor a card party at Sunrise Inn Penney on California Ave. FrI. F Johnwlck for their Christmas\ St. home Reports of the baaaar from Auburn\ for a week' holiday Mr. D. Parker
b i Her'sliter.
I %. )t meeting at the Catholic rectory the Civic Center In January with day night Mrs g, I* Boggess, party, with Mrs. Homer Vivian, and the sales of Christmas card ,
with his and Rlch- Mia\ Jean
I Monday night lather' Oeary numerous prizes to be awarded. parents student at
4 class teacher, gate the devotional and plastic apron were given Florin
\ ;7 f t' thanked an the,lid Ie. who helP Attending Mondays meeting A dinner-bridge party with and Mrs W. R. Baker Mr Johnwfck mother, as host- and appreciation was expressedfor ajrd, University of Florida fresh State University, Win t be home
l' ) 1: ...f."I ,make the dinner possible and were Mrs Hendrlckson. Mrs Mr-, David 'B Irons as guest of made a short talk. Carols wen ess.A the numerous donations of man, will be home from Galnesvlll ttIII week end for a.two'wee
''t'' expressed his appreciation to the Meyer, Mrs. Ellsworth Schnur- played on a record player and pleasant social evening was i flowers for the church.: for two week vacation
'1\\ J tl.\\ I general I public t" I. cooperaSloe. busch Mrs Springer, Mrs was given by Mrs D: S. gifts! were exchanged Refreshments spent, A* the guests arrived Mr*. A rummage sale was planned
Rains, Mrs. Michael Harklns, Hudson at Sunrise Inn Tuesday =---
: were served to Mn R Q Vivian took charge of each gift, for January and Mr Helene
ii' 1 Mrs. Nellie Pezzoni wu ap- I Mrs Pezidnl, Mrs. George Conrad afternoon. Sixty guests were Invited Sharp, Mrs. J A. Ausborn Mrs Sudhoff, choir director, told of
i 1 pointed chairman o1hospital Mrs Chandler, Mn tying a long red string on each
1 I I temporary r Ralph O W. Rutherford, Mn H. W. plans for a Christmas musical
t I mending and she in 'Rich, Mrs Link Mrs R. i. Ir. The tour-course dinner Munch, Mrs A. S. Blair, Mrs. B. and placing them In a trimmed Dec 21 at I pjn at the Woman.
at I
i} "f t'I turn named Mra. George Rich, i win, Miss Dee Kennedy and Miss B. Fulton, Mr*. Joseph Phillip, basket. When all gift were In, Club Contributions at the event
; r : Mrs Meyer, Mra. Stuart SprlnlofJ' Mary OBrlen pm. t 011 d w e 1\ a reception of Mn. Wilson McClure, Mrs.James she covered the basket and Mrs win go into the guild fund for R"EALBARG'AIN
., ,'f I guests by Mn Irons and Mrs. Stlnner, Mn Mine Burgess Mrs.Lorene I Vivian and Mrs Horton came In purchase of an organ for the
: t-C t.( tCJ Hudson. Prize after the afternoon Combs, Mrs Earl Artist new church Mn.J. Leon Taylor
tf I I t''P.tt-Ct.t.t.It4tt(1' !( and deposited the basket In the
'i ; '* play were won by Mrs. Mn Baker, Mrs. Boggtss, Mra.O. and Mrs Nell M Vivian were
pI"i Devlta sutton, middle of tbs room a* all present -
: t R. C Judson, Mr*.Paul M Hoen- L. White Mrs remembered with birthday gift
J \ PRE-CHRISTMAS r shel Mrs. H'nry Schwab, Mr*. Mrs Penney, Mrs. L. C. Kick sand "Jingle Bells" Each Other member present were '
i 9 Harris R. Lowery, Jr., Mrs John liter and Mn W H. Koonse guest drew a gift and they were Mrs Erwin Johnwlck. Mrs. W C.
opened amid much merriment, Armor, Mrs. O A. Camel, Mn
U ,
L. ,
Mennlnger Mrs J: Ashley
J ; Iii 2 Mrs William King Mr*. Irons ,TEACHERS HOLD ent sang "Jingle B lls" Each Charles Jackson, Mrs Arle Stuart -
Mrs. PANEL DISCUSSION( '1r.ned0 Dr and Mrs C. A. Car-; Mn Herbert Dugan, Mrs.
George Conrad and Mn
i SALF.i, r, Conrad Albracht. rid, Mr H. P. Stevenson, Mrs C, M. Walker, Mn Fred L Hall,
: The Invited guests Included The Martin County Classroom Blanche Lowery, Mn Mary; Mrs Harry Willson, ),fra. M. Q IN
.' : ,. Mrs Stanley Hitching, Mrs. Teacher* Association 'met amid Porter, Mn Lilian\ Wiley, Mrs. E. Llttman, Mrs' Ted Huff, Mrs.Ruby .
l'J Wells Christmas decorations for a Kara, Mrs F R. Horton, Mr and Brown and Mr, Carl I
A. Upplncott, Mrs H. H.
; Yuletide' party at the home of Mn Johnwlck\:, Mr and, Mrs. C. Heath. Mn Sudholt and Miss
l'' Hipson, Mrs. L A. Arbogast. MrsCarroll Mr and Mrs Don J. Romanelloon A. Lees and the hostess I Maude Buddlngton were guests I
J ; gi YOUR CHANCE TO Kldd Mrs.Dunscorobc.Ida Albracht Mrs Archie Mrs Indian River Drive D-c S. NORTH BANK OF

i r'I"" ,. H. M. Kllefeld Mrs. Hoenshel A panel discussion on UNESCOwas w 1 arQ a i
led by Mrs: Fannie Brown
i Mrs Richard M. 8mally, Mrs -
.k,, i., 8 Bernice Paujdlng! Mr*. Fred L. assisted by Mr*' Ruby toy,, II
i Hall. L. Hall. Mr. L. M. Johnson Charles Kindred and John Oray
: : : i Mrs. Judson\ Mrs. Hollls flan were made to send In a relief St. Luc River

I 1 Potter Mr. Francis K. Mason, torn donation countries to teachers Refreshmentswere war- e. ,
Mrs Talmadge Wilson Mrs T.
1 served and the sang
J. F. Kennedy, Mrs. Michael OLjttman group

;1 t M On the Following Items P-Pr Mrs Arthur, Mrs. R M., B.Dphnn.McPherson MnJ ,, carols Attending and exchanged were Mn.gifts Ivyl F.,

I i .--U--Mel l gr; : -Mrs- J,- -U: Flrtle Mrs, Louise Harrell. Mn 264 Feet' River Front
:t LIMED TOCK Mennlnger Jr Mrs. Erwin F. Harris Lowery, Mr* Eddie Lei
I' Smith, Mrs Curt Schroeder, Mr,

tv"" ., I i Waffle Irons 14.95 value for $11.50 Johnwlck. Mrs Earl Mrs Rlcou King, Mr Mrs*.'C Conrad R. Hazel Manlon Orman Mn, Miss Carl Mary Roth,Ellen Mr. |TH RIPA IAN RIGHTS

"' j Flourescent Bed Lam 6.50 value for 4.50 Ashley and Mr Albrecht ,
) M !I I Oray, Mr and Mrs. Kindred
,If Also Mrs. L. E, Ashley Mrs
Ii' : 8 u Pelipoint Iron 1560v.llS95va. uefor 12.50 "i. I I I J. R Pomeroy Mr. Evans Crary, Mrs.Mulhaupt' Fannie Mrs Jackson Loy,, Mn Miss\ Agnes Pearl I For Your Xmas in r 1400 Feet tJOld Dixie Highway
Mrs Lowery, Mrs Olenn DeBer- peep
tI (Slightly Shop Woe
: 'I O'Neal, Mrs. Arthur E. acme, Mrs.C
ry Mrs II:. A. Msnnlnger, Mrs. PLACE YOU DER NOW
Mn Dorothy English -
i I I't I J Smoolhiu. 8.00 value for 6,50 M i James D. Carl, Mrs Schwab,' W, Mr long. Brown Harry C. Webb F
Mrs Herbert Dugan, Mrs James
tl': l M S Electric Broiler' uefor 1275 I Reardln Jr., Mrs H. R, Steffens, and Roscoe_: H. Rollins.-, p MINCE and PUMPKIN IES S 5OOoo( '

I I I ,l:. W One Burner Hot Plate .. i 5.00 value for 3.50 I Mrs A. M. Shrigley Mrs. Arthur' Mrs P. I. Perkins! of Newton COCONUT CR A and CUSTARD PIES
: Chappelka, Mrs Harold Highlands, Mass, and her friend
: Floor Lamps ... '.50 value for 2250 M. ers Mrs O W Parka, BaUnd-j' Mrs. Mildred Blttenbender, of POPP EE HARD ROLLS
1 I I Bernard Coker, Mr*. Sam Newton Center, Mass, are ex*
f Swing Arm Floor .Lamp. .. 32,75 value for 2550 i I Mrs Alson J. Hull, Mr. H. W:' pecfd shortly after Christmas D IL'S FOOD CAKE
Neall, Mrs William Bailey, Mn to spend another season at the COOKIES
; Kitchen
i Stool 24in.
value for
I 6.75)l Robert C Shock, Miss Mary Perkins winter home on the river
(!q''' I i (Aluminum) \ 1t Shackletord, Miss Mary Louise and St. Lucie Crescent. HAVE YOU TRIE OUR H IE-MADE BREAD

I I Sloan, Mrs George P. Hlronl-I w. r 0 NSA.
Bar Stool
r ( 30-in. 10 95 value for 750
I' 9FIRST"HERE mus, Mn Andrew. D. Berkey,! W O Penney and J. C. Anth.
.:' ; I .. FIRST SERVED Mrs Zack Mosley;: Mrs A PKrueger j ony, Jr.. were hosts at a supperfor HANDY ANTR
Mn Herbert Bruner; the Men's* Brotherhood of PASTRY C. Bl rbogast
OPEN SATURD ..NIGHTS IjUL XMAS Mr. Joseph S. Qreenlees and the Baptist Church at the church CLOSE ALL
i Mrs C. A. Porter annex Monday night A bus! DAY AS
:' 1 ness and program meeting In the SEVER BLDG. RAY MMON, Mgr, ji Hobe Sound Offle I .phone. Kobe Sound 3321
'I' Martin Coilnty Electric Co. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS church auditorium followed the ,
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RADIO PROGRAMThe social hour.

'j Ii.'I ft ONE 75 \ B Junior-Red-Cross will present ,-
1 a special Christmas choral
J. WELLER, Mgr )l program over Station ; RICAL CHRISTMAS
M L t. DEHON BLDG. STUART, FLA Fort Pierce Sunday at 12: WIM'I rug
Y art Band Director
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ters will direct the group ScriptIs 1
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.- -- -- STUART NIWS. ITCART. MARTIN COFOTT. rumma.. THURSDAY. ftim ia. U., .. _

I 40U n_jfki SIFIEDS-THE LITTLE ninnc'Tl-l r&GI VIK f 'I j I I

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FOR! SALE I r ni1111""" A inmrmiiirtiiiiiiiiiiiiii N T E MORE ABOUT 450 ATTEND P-TA era, Jr. of Indlantown win arrive ola. Ave. home from Columbus 'ily the Smalley; ; J
Richard M.
"" iHMlMiiiiiiin CHRISTMAS MEETING *, f..
ii } WILEY PHONE from Clemson College: Don Ohio, where- they were called South Carver who arrived, last

m f m m"TESI -yftlrs.xperlenced Mildred] Trio annual Christmas meetIng St.Tulaneat Onto of New Hob Orleans Sound from I last week by the death of her month to spend the eighth.sett:,

I Bo/ 15, Salerno, Continued( from page One) of the Stuart Parent-Teacher Ashley from the Missouri;Schoolof Jack father, Major_ Brown._ lOa at their riverfront home on

Association drew a record attendance Mine at Rolls. Mo.; Herbert I e St Lucia Crescent. Mr*. smaIIey' -_. \
tor Feinauer said and Mr, and Mrs. C. B Arbogastof
I will have Sudhoff from Alabama, *,lather, James T Walker, of ,
:I. M. or woman, pre- 355 n of river frontage Difficulty of 450 at the Civic Auburn; Miss Dee Law Tech at St Lucie Estates have as their Nswton Center Mass, wr j,; 1

: t* PER WORD ORDIN it alliance, for door In acquiring certain Csnter Tuesday night A pa Northwestern from holiday guest their; son, Ben spend each season here with
materials Evanston
ork ln ant "For Christ Is Born IlL; from The Citadel.
MINIMUM JSe FOR 17 conjunction was them will celebrate him 86th
Paul and
Act nail Horn ha retarded It, it was enacted by the 1st and Gerald Thomas. Jr, -0-
Improve Jnd birthday this month.
1* from the
W ; vice. said grade, Illinois School of Optometry :Danny Minnehan of \
No Salary and Com- directed by the teachers 8t Leo '
TALI Splendid Opportunity In St. Lucte Estate numerous Mrs. Ivyl Pirtle and Mrs. Louise In Chicago: Jim Walker College Preparatory School will ___ > tMEKT *

SOWS.--------I------oiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii- ; Ver Beach or write ether residences are contracted 'Harrell for the let grade and Tennessee from Battle Creek Academy In arrive this week end for a NOTIce or INTE'To. AWASTRA I
--- for with Mr Harris and Bill Crary from Christmas vacation with FICTITlOlJ NAME ,
\f a few under way Lowery and Mr*. his
IIIIMII'"I'"II""I"APARTMENTS.' FOR RENTIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII""IH8U1ItIl ] Amonk other art house for Charles H. Kindred for the 2nd Bole School in Jacksonville parents Mr. and M.... R U Mln- d VnlaMd Notion' IN.::7. 0"I, ,::.0.6of: that tk*Ckaa.Mr as.. \

"; -. To Prevent Joseph McCoy, Elmer Graham, grade Others are named In other columns nehan of St. Lucie Estates ...... L... tf III I id.,. Art at " ,!! ... Come to Karl of The Stuart News today .* rnuiw. with. tk'I('I. -k *f Ik. Clr ,
Ralph Krueger and Spanish Christmas -e-
elsewhere for Carols were cull Uan IM. and r I Mottle 0....,.
Co. for wheel T. B Pastuer and E. F Schnur- sung In Spanish by the Spanish" Mrs Bernice W. Pauldlng of Pbrida tarn mrlM. If proof rf ,",.bit.'' .
alignment. They will; busch to nad a few All contractors classes of the high school. directed Mr. and Mrs Luther Damron South Carver, Moss. I II spending ..atliMi....11..f Hila. MMUOM; p.. llclltlMMaHtUA _. .

prevent that acci : available for comment by Mrs. Carl Roth teacher returned Saturday to their Owe- the winter with her sister fam- ..SlA '10 MARKET
-, kink 1 ..,IN go" .IN -..,_. ,
It reported overloads of. job. Wendell Waters, music director ..... my .rI..1. .t htifilnom at
Oil! As an example builder Ivan presented the high schoolgirls' PHOT41 F R P I INGa 309 .th Arbon. A. im, III Nt-u M...
Your next wlring.Job 11% ( ,, ristilda hot 11b. 4.441
.. Taylor reports more than a do chorus Duane Madeira ifft., ::: Is wd ..I-. ,I. 4::
!/ repalrinf No en dock and sea. walls given him gave 'a biblical selection andBetty Ra Tolin Ldw it-b-foo I..,L florida ifciL"I i
or too Small. nigh for I Lou 0 FILL UP WITH ALL DAY. IF YOU LIKE ''a fit. Sir* he othey I mm lnur.ld i.
repairs and Matheson
rebuilding 'O
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10 0 Low cost Phone Stn. Among these In Howard Part- Little TowjTof Bethlehem" Mrs 1/1 BRANCH beffiftirms.09CA N OOAl JOHN90N."ho I

Christopher Electrlo low who has rebuilt and enlarged Roth ted group singing of carols STATIO OPP-114 Monigm. Viq Do II. II, 1t.O. :...' JLIilJfeTlSEMENT!! : I

: S-= Apartments. an- his boat house and at the with music by the school band q WEST PA M SEAC A Lg"L AOV ';"

: L tf same time Installed an electric The program was arranged by .' !
IC& or 'NnN ''ON to RKGI11TEe
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hoist to keep his boat out of Mrs. Erwln Johnwlck:, P-TA mu- 1 rlCTITI I 0 NAME .
APARTMENTSSTUART on navigable water when not In use and added sic chairman 1 ..,I- .. ._, .,..... 'h.r... ...... ,
FLORIDA for erection of Invite Your Friends To "I .amid. Had" th. ,......"' .. of c..... I
Nnrl Decorated, Fully Equipped dock and small a platform. Stanley Burt will .0ell ., Art. of**
have hi 1. will viiiVZ114b.. ..fr
storm-damaged Ork
Gulf station In I
Frazier Creek.
Bns&keeplnr Apartment not have to be In I.. 100.1' Coffrt |0 Md for Marlla". .
Weekly or Seasonal Rates must be reasonable. wall rebuilt and piling If in fora Dock repairs have been made by Coo )Uri hi > ratrlvt. Mf vroWlutlek .
new pier at the UghthouM for Taylor for Ed ,Boxwell .Sails 1 .1 bileetoo .1 '> UM now J JIT.
Arnold :
W T. f AGET, Met to August F. Mar- better tau'rant ti- Iii,: : '
1151 Woodward Ave, De handling of boats! A. CPlttmart Bauer, Fred Dugan,. Russell LU MOTH. j
Telephone h. has Installed dockage Wiley, R. C. Ehock Conrad 4S .... hitilk. -i inhi b........ ..
__, 11, 18, 25IMMEDIATELY north of the ; ow Pri. pi- aI I-Valinom, ..
Lighthouse to accommodate bracht. Stuart Just
IIUINIIIIIII'imiHUIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIMIMIFOR 1 Marine dee on U. 1 ,1. 6, .t. 111.'ri ("mistir pithat ,
: -TWO IS boats! as has Jack and the Quit Corporation AI.// t ViWd i I. onfil ....1t
SALEIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII girls for full time, Moore for 10 boats adjoining the other wil.11"d, I-A and 161i.bth-..
Law. .. .
filtafic I that tar* MM*

FOI\with frailer titles iAUk/ ,NtlVm, 11 N\W 1947 Mining polity Columbia Butane, complete electric hoUM stoveiMuntblyVrlced I I : person,bus 130 Stuart over lbs girls 5 at,-weight feet Fla in. dining- AP.I I:IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIMIUIIIIWIIIIHIMMIIUMII:::: :: : :: SOCIAL :::NEWS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII:: :: ::::::::::: I II A TRY XAMIN 1 MEALS. oth"-Daa 4.. me,-AD 11.1's Jet.' (ERTISEMENT''tH'.1,4 AliI-Tit I.! *;.Id D.LAW.btsfsitfiiifmw LAIRD," .",...

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OM Breefc Park, 8th and ; OFFERED'" 11111'"11I111111 r.MRS. BARNETT HEADS at the Woman Club at 4 aliflike I ICTI1 h.04 US ff-NAME foot the .....:
Broad, Jense\ Beach, Fla., I METHODIST dsirivir4pair, 'e. "og ..anml.rk as.
111111111 fill I III HIM CROUP Tuesday. SALON 101 Nub Vafaint to 8-1 "''I>

iSAUiiiiiiiiiiiNDERviEw.I ." DRAGLINE AND I Preparations and rehearsal for ::.':::j.':. 't.t1141 k .1 tbf, Ifit41W ",Jc.

|M Riverside D\" Beautiful BY HOUR OR I Mr*. W H. Barnett of Rio was I the special program filled Tuesday prop. .... .... ,.," of UM fnllowini' 4

.am.* *n river Varnished, 38ft. P. M. KELLY elected president of the Matrons "s meeting of the patrolF 0"C..U...UKK'I 'I..d full....i.Ham h Ui.r at .SALON...dMct*-tIN

Uvlnf room branch II win. STUART AUTO Class of the Methodist Bozone, leader. In charge ...1.... .-.. 8..od, Mo.-
Sunday ., ......
Nov 27, Dec 4, 11 18 Six members joined In a weekend Ii. 1.011 od llt C-0.1ii-ii.0
wi, fully screwed storm School at the annual Christmas wit offlot at rhim Sibi
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Winds.. .. Within w\klnf dls : I outing Saturday when they
until its too late. meeting Tuesday at the parsonage 1 rode bicycles to the river beach ) -) ;- site to Builaels I center. today for automobile | LL C. LIOWNiM !
where Mrs. W. Aldrldge near the Palm City bridge wh-re I.I.A.9 UOWNW
tools and church Must that you need under was hostess Mrs J. J. Richards they had a frankfurter roast. Di 4, It. I T.C. '!

to teen rits I collated.Irshers financial responslbil- Is the new vice-president; Wit Mrs Bozpne accompanied the IIVERTHEMENT ,. ..J
\. David
p Theodore Dehon it j
Cella yli -- '
Atwood and
secretary group which Included Jane Mor- 1
f.Dlrr. :: Bids, Phone 81 Mn I. ... Decker, treasurer Mrl rooD Betsy Barr, Betty Green, 'M AND'l.o MARTIN,; JUDGES COUNTY; COURT

rot SALE Jersey co* Ont If A. C. Courson was appointed Nancy Mallon Gall Merriman FLORIDASERVICE _jUBLICATION
calf. and chickens. Alsl publicity chairman for the new and Joan Wiley *"CX SI (T44J*)
: trouble
with IN RK GUAIn SHIP 0'0'
Plymouth' sedan made\lnto laying: Then your use 'ytu and other committees will Mrs. M. J. Morrison entertained A dwe- MARY ALTA :.:: LTT! I I1

be annnimiwl at thin... ..Tannorvmeeting .. .. ed tha new and voun"er "mUD ._.-1
Mnp' Stossel. falrn C -- -- --
-mln. Stuart Feed TO ALL 11'11' IT"AY CONCICRNO' t
'' Scout; Tuesday afternoon at To. her t4firid th.t Poi .
01 ULE-Ho j 'tf
paint, 50'I Following covered dish her home on California Ave then be: 6-4 ::fth thy fitnit-10"ifid, .
aW colors, 12 M per fall stl luncheon go Jed" 0 filiPolvitei' of a tl
plans were mads for = :
Filter enamel,, 12.U per SUPPORTS for wo A for Alto is-tt. inP.44i -
the annual I husbands party 60 YOUNG PEOPLE hot ., oi that
I belts Luella Dow-
.... Whit. ..nam..L. l !S.I fit mid Petition h-,4 ." i II.
Orange Ave Fort which will be a covered dish ARRIVING HOME ..... an7th.
tinea. Ill vahte. Navy Cop\, 1 CHRISTMAS 164k at my Willeylb. .
197-M for supper at the W. R. Leach homeat FROM COLLEGES GIFT 11 CourtkcI, atemi Fl-waii.. 04Is
W Boat Bottom Fall enM .
Bewails Point Jan. 13 The 1 :t. .I..k fl' "to dfilTil ..
W.O a alien.. At UN E and' If No.......' ..U, IIC8EAI.I
-' traditional Christmas party fol- i OF
J Army Store lit N ;; ; i Approximately CO young people -
SwphM I elastic stockings, lowed with exchange of gifts! n.. C/.OIIT8.
Di Drive, Fort Fiona, Ha.H.M.M.Jaa.1. anklets, etc Stuart from decorated from a dozen universities and 1 county ilitflatt.
a and IDM 11. is. 11147,
.. tf tree Mrs. Aldridge entertainedwith college through the States will I .
be arriving In Stuart this weekend

0 R UU-Beactlful Btoomlm Porm&W until, it* too late Others a novelty present stunt were game.Mrs Cecil to spend the Christmas vacation We Carry >fitionally Adj riised Brands ;-IC9 T 0 r I. 'to REGISTER
African I
VMoto U three sli for automobile with their families The Fill OUs AMR
fO Johns Mrs. Leach Mrs. John E.
las Heal OwsstBia* Gift ar that you need under. Taylor, Mrs Harry,SwlnglehurstMrs. holiday reunion of former high I of Watches ...Motley..,..... Is entity 6.1 y. el P .ki lbot Jh*ch.4 am:
Doth!Its rlnaetila*. Flntaa, ; I financial responsibil. school classmate will set the i In Joel.. 1.. ... rid. Ann of -.
H. H. Thayer Mrs.
lulu. El Some imall for Informal. .1041, 1. tin".. the Chi. all
pip stag numerous Diamonds
Theodore Dehon & __. ....
Ward, Mn J. M. Philp. Mr ,.. C firivii, .R. top ...._ .,
34 low aa ZSe All fceallfy, cial gatherings beach parties ,
/ Bldg., Phone 81 COMMIT 'lpst Proof
blaming plant In pels. Bra, Edna Coutant. Mrs. Harry De- and treks to favorite fishing and Silver Plate of publle.toiIIINWIKI, :; :::: the flefl. ;1 I
tf Witt Mrs J. Y Harper, Mrs H. .100. ...... ..... 1
truest Lyons, 111 Stan ate picnic sites In the woods '
RAPAI I* NT9olfkh
'Hollow TableWare 1 '
Stnet. n,f. 24M J DITCHING, ROAD H, Summers Mrs. George Ro.1.Mr. Expected from the University ..... 1 ..... b-lome
.. Walter Kltchlng Mrs: Nor- .. _
wing my or "" Pi ,""' I.
of Florida at Gainesville Evans !
SALE /1941 BULLZOZIR Us Cossaboom Mrs Earl Dare are J.._ .....h. .. .. Ntrikslf
-Palmee Royal P. M. KELLY AND Crary Jr.., John Prlestman, I a .''uek... 4 tho tilde Ji-bit. ,

Rom Trailer and I fceks; AUTO CAMP. John Mrs W Buckey C. German and Mrs Dick Roberts, Harold R. Johns, I Mu&ttll I Powder Boxes Coi.. thi Ittil th. V; k ..:',: cei In vai vpFla.

lave UN. Locktfood Bey's 27, Dee C. 11. IS Leslie Kldd Dennis Hudson. Jr. .......... I. C. H... I....
Trailer Park Jupiter, Mla.fOKaALE .. I James Chappelka, Charles Cou WE/rSTILl HAVE MANY ITEMS B...... 1'1... ... I ...... .. ......
"' GIRL SCOUTS PLAN AST ........... .... h. ....
.-Mcnt CIO : for 2 or 1 tant, Dale Hlpson, Tom Hogarth, I FO THE MINUTE SHOPPER f: II' UUo,
she 17, brown Jbardln Meimli home Twin beds, PARTY FOR MOTHERSA Bill Oughtersdn. Kenneth WIIi i DoL 11. II. II. II,

mattress. Box 108 lets' John Falle, Jack Brown, L AJfcKTISEMl. :I I.
tniuera n waist, 3f length, Christmas skit ; !
and Christmas
Fla. Bill Sudhold and Mia Winkle Stuart Xwel Shop ,
l lwud Jacket. Green- INTElhoN R Stan
VJctf carol Will feature the Saunders of Indlantown. I ;g NOTICE OF TO

Seld. Box U5 Salef a, Fla. I 111I11 II fill till fill III III I gram at the annual holiday I parity : From Georgia Tech In Atlanta i X ..,.. 10"ICTITIII. 1--..< ME'be&"ad" ,

(01 RALE- 17 front on No. 1 by Girt Scout of the Owl will come Deaver Storer of gobs i OUCHTERSON BLDc STUART, FLA. ....,.10968..... Lan.....f Klorlda.fra 1. 6.0.toy of.

1 "iihwar 24 rnllffN. ot sta. .. Patrol for their mothers and Sound Joe M. Phillips, it. and II". .III 1 Main... lith th. ofhe
R. BLAIN sponsors. The event will be held' Jim Ashley Harold M. Saund- tl..lt' evi ..a kNac
J 1111, Bu Ul, Stuatf, Fla. Edw ._ ...". FWX' .,, P-4.
I D.. %milk. ,, in Miami and Flor I i 01 ..hll.Io. ., tt ....... .... ...
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U S. No. 1. ocean- : : I ; Allays ..'
SALE StOtt trade for ; Florida lands. Also : ..... ...... ...., ..._ ,. .." II

IDS beak (MX Indian MoKk 110 -J !I? St-16' '::..'::. "R ':i 0,1=dffSt16 .
< >, Box KM Salerno. INVESTMENTS I I
44 1:1"1': 1' :In'litioneIf :
11.1M.MSALaVFro. .811. Olympia Bid,, pari ,, ;;
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.AF ...., Florida I ..-...., and 11.,..Modr-4... 0' I'I' 0. .....li. toa thth. .'
02 .) tree-ripened Doe. IS. 21, Jan, .. S ; I .- .. .to" Iaqbitorefirt! I
(nit, shipped ''Where. Fruit F I New bitiolvii Italics AND Dam 10"

PMaH to Sit von. either and office space I MARRY AND Sy MATT"R1 t
never plain All shipment* new Doben build- I I Di 11. I.. H, 1947l.a. I. 10411.LW.AL .

ruranteod. FRUIT good residential AIIvn Sf.IIf.NT I

NOVELTY SHI Federal hwy each See Arthur I I NOTICMARTIN : I
I a Second St. J 11, IS I Bldg. Phone SI I \
&, It. 11 : COUNTY, rL< 'IDA .
|0 9 SALE _-litchen cabinet, I.JAAT 11.1410NOTICS
Imes FR
1 *w last ;a& for sate nt half : Te our northern 'I NkRKM (;IVKN :%& ::
to Stuart W* onfin-fitt 4. syri II.., motor 22079.Loo. I
I K: *&pliancy* Jensen : : business regardless 1 I of 1943, .n' -n- .ettholi ,
Ittick. ,,I the' Plate Florida .... .
being circulated. I diminib.ft. Wind : larti. 4 .tv. =....

SALE ykr Chrtetmasid .. b still 117. Our new I I .for.III"the. .Vi,...., and In64 bro. 01,. "hllo bid. an".. the"
Indoor |id outdoor Uf at*. France Apartment Niffith .- of the Cmfltlin li!,.ftyiFlida.
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44 ookes, Elee- the one It .61offtA'
tin County Ete* L Christopher '
DOLLS U8 UP M. fid ti Pfti 4'
'do Co. ph ill.lvr :::: _M I $ I NINTH dpr :, JANIJAR 941. The'ri :
..at laiOnni
a a : and fin. 1 .-d-l-4.... ......RU1hRV6! ..a ,,, ...
| Dome TrallI sanding HUMPH ., ...
:; N...-. ((1.11 ofwilly h alltheonowitrope."on '
IT, clan an I porch choke 11 years experience I ToyPianos h. of "".. ....d. to." 'all

iftlissi, price, L ,. In the led,- of sh.it".. rlf'. ,II.II". 01',. .0.FoodIneido -it-

tailith Inks Ocean Brew* ***** Free Ran I of ........11..... and '. 461 isfeek
hilk, h- [ ....ntee4. Bob noth ...... the "a "my ofC.
j Beach, Fla.Bshlnr .: ,
...... _... .1-4 1 mitt-ii %WipaW
W. Peterson, 1 ,Forworliv 'Im"i"i.... semihu", .
111A keatft ;: -n "
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24 IL FOR 5 IM fM fcj I4S (". .. T>o:.
long, [ Warn. Mher. .. JAIL 1 S I .. ..
"' Dee. IS. book MM* ll$. 0 .
Clubs C < Half cabin, More Shopping iklM.: I: ':tk. laan. ,i''K''t

'61ht sad fte f 1nur > ; <"<:/lIIiST. SCIENTIST IC AND Li Isis ..:. 1111, Inb. II. ( a.
int, Sao A Deficits, Delle's in. INCLUDII44" WlELEC Days 'Till Pl4 nAlRIDA PLAT NO. I am, PW..
'We. non III 4011.11 I .. '1'00 ATOIlIO 1-fieff-Hotmea FORi: TRAINS _. Christmasndup I.. ram It. r a c*., T... st R- 42. .

4 .", ; :: : I. Chff.boo al -ft." I. 'II. II. II and IS. r Is-
"us and 4 B.p. Los- I t1ve"aboss the. _w '!"'"J "1'II"'t' CITY Vi _'100 U. T'". II

.,_, air. -air* eacae Ala ber II. wood AN at r 'I eampirlia-6 Ie aneel my .

ci0"! mps. hnr "** and" In Ino ON' biw fike on Toys ;;; nj' I Lok 1 and .. Ill"It, I- Low I\\, 10to
: far be .mb.:; .ad .... U, IIII-It" SS 1 DIXII DARK A '
e. 0I71ON 110. I. a SuMrkloa. 01 00
sommeaddid. bad It stood
OC A O VRaU. fe -sale In ", 4, 1) TRICYCIX 11 Sizes I .... I .-to of Rr .. ,la ra It.' t..
I (- St, I' IJI, all
*' A them whilith ofeerlso TA I
It etui IMn88'* wintefeann to .be toilk.low. troft 9 Up 'IdIF 11 IS TOY .
( Tnaiuh NMI milk "..... "'...... bob Late M and H, Ml. III UM I Ad
he .. I. ..... Ilil.ta 44. ,.. It aaa 11.
IL 4_"1 toI.t .. halbIllth. .. Drop In WE HA E IT.3011 IVaek $41 U>U IS to SS it... B r as,
ISTtasr.* .1.. If...... that Lou aad;: S. Ihek, ill Uta 1ir
Tbt4o_ In ... Any Time 14: and Lots II M 14 tat, at"i'

pta I..",1.,.n I)._,..._ And Look Over USE OUR IkY-AWAY PLANHUMPHRIES : ;DIXIE. .ARK X1P14.GVZ ADDITION NO. C
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1.( FORCED / 0. 'I P-TA MEETINGFOllOWS its The annual Woman Christmas Club celebrated program 2-DAY RALLYStuart :
.; \ i ,. yesterday afternoon In their
I gaily decorated Club building I

\'I' t i ii J : \ VACA/TE/ THEMEOF More guests Mrs than were E. A present.75 Mennlnger member club and, Homemakera cha-t of; America the Future high I I Isf/sguMllAl d, -

I r; f t president\ Introduced Wendell ichool girls organization of I
which Miss Mary Ellen Manton,
CHRISTMAS Waters, director: of the school I
::1 i( t1 r.. 1 I Building Sold andlto be M/ved Off Premes! band, who gave two trombone Stuart high school home economics I
is advisor
instructor w
1' pumbera accompanied by-Mrs.
,' : ) Christmas Said I of A/1 Fishing Rods By MRS -O.---0---QUIGLET H. R Clonts on the piano The wu host Friday And Saturday In I Ito .TUi-T P'"LITHE
150 member of chapter
clarinet quartet,Mary Nell Burgess I J
:: Less Than Vi pric.Vr Beljftr Manufacturers Cost Mr. Jack Saunderson. president Dolores Baretlett, Janie K-: the 5th district which Include I
: h all schools from Vero Beach to
opened tht meeting Tuesday klns and Rita Taube, gave two LIGHTHOUSEINVITES
i Boat Rods ,(l4taj/at/ $ 9,50)$3,95) evening by singing "Joy to numbers. The saxophone quar Miami Some 120 attended a banquet, I
the World" Mr*. George Osburn tet, Emily Morrison,Joan Combs, I
: i Fly Rods .(Re a'at $11.50)$4.95) the rave the devotional by reading Patsy Sullivan and Janice Ar which at Lighthouse M, V Mounts Friday, Palm night Beach, at I II YO'U TO *AKE YOUR ,RESERVATIO
Christmas story'. Luke 1 bogast, accompanied the club
'fl Casting Rods (RA/1 1 $13.50)$5.95) : county agricultural agent wa I
i at 1-M Mr*. R. R. Merritt membership : member and guests In Christmas I principal speaker, with Janice NOW FOR THE nN*T FUELCOURSE'

1 Bridge Rods (ReMiI at $15.50). .$6.95 chairman, reported 139 Carols Mrs. Glenn DeBer- i Vrbogut president of tbs Stuartchapter I
I paid up members The 3rd and ry' gave a reading of Dickens; I
K Boat Rods .(Retlil at $17.50)). .$7.95. 1th grade room won the prize "Christmas Carol. The peal of ceremonies, acting. a* master of I '

Boat Rods (Rolfei-tip) .. present.for having the most parent Christmas Claus Mrs bells Stanley announced Kltchlng Santa from FJ'A.and Stuart Key and Club Fort member Pierce I CHRISTMAS ,DINNER

Hetlil After a short business meet. who distributed presents to everyone I
( i at $19.50). $8.95 were escort at a dance Friday
Inc, Mrs. W. L. Merritt present. Hostesses were Mrs. Evans night at the Civic Center I TO BE FOUND IN SOUTlV FLORID, PREPARED
ed Crary', Mrs D. 8. Hudson,
a musical program Two I
: I election. "W hit.1 Christmas Mr*.C. 8. Edward and Mr Tracy meeting At Saturday Jackie aU-day Hosklns business of MI. BY MASTER CHEFS AND SERVED OVER!/OKING'
I s. & S.MODUCTS and "Santa Clauj Is Coming' to Martyn amt was nominated president tUClL\RIYER
Town* were played on the electric A card party will be given at Jackie Ellison\ otU Andrew I ,
vlctrola Vivian Merritt and tau Club Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. to I
Jackson High at rice-president,
Betty Jo Blanton, beginner In raise funds for the library.
Janice Arbogast, of Stuart, and
55 Federal Highway South of the Bridge I .
music, played two selections
SAILFISH CLUBDIRECTORS Kay Wodkle, Vero Beach, u secretary $2.0.
each. Mr*. Olady '
, I, >>. Ji ); ); )a){ ,piano lOla, after Perry which playeda Mr. MEET Okeechobee. Polly 1* Incumbent Oreenberger president of- i
R. Jackson the Christ- -
gave I
mu story' In picture on the Sailfish Club director. meet- 1 THE SAILFISH COCKTAIL LO GE/AND BAR ,-- JsOW .
Tlannelboard to a crowd of 38. ; Ing in the Pelican Hotel patio CANTATA I '
If Mr. and Mrs. Linton Anderson Monday night, named Curtis TO BE CELEBRATEDAT I I OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEE g*FERINQ YOU THE

I and *on. Wayne, and Ellis Whltlcar Ernest Lyons and Marvin CATHOLIC CHURCHThe I DRINKS 'I
i L NEW Anderson of Fort Lauderdale Rowell \to meet at Tao: tonight I FINEST IN MIXED
and act a ; I I
called on relative.and friends a nominating mlfisa cantata, The Mas .
here Sunday committee for the chairmanshipof of the Angela" will feature the 1 MUSI

Mrs. John D Stevenson Mrs : Christmas Eve midnight,serviceat I ,
j Now A Wool-Faced Bfoadfelt Carpet O D. Quigley. Mr*. J. L. Terry' A finance committee, tournament $t. Joseph Catholic Church, j
and Mrs L. E. DeLoach were In committee, entertainment with the Christmas mass to be 1 S/tn&AY I Ii
t( West Palm Beach Wednesday on committee, publicity committeeand celebrated by the Rev. 'T. J. 1 i. EVERY' FRIDAY AND NIGHTS,

,I luslnes*. rule committee. Geary'. pastor,who also will de- 1
Mrs. P. O Smith motored to President Neil Bishop appointed User the' sermon.Carols .
Vest Palm Beach Dec 10 to do Lyohs, Harry Dyer and Drew by the choir. directedby I .
Lovely Needletone now avajable in 9-foot roll and Christmas shopping King to consider the employ. Miss Phyllis Constance, organist I

5 beautiful colon for only Mr. and Mr. Max Winter of ment of an_executive director will begin at 11:SO p.m. 1
Pontiac, HI,'called on Mr and during the tournament period during which I prelude Miss Constance 1 TEX.U LAND
Mrs 8 D. Director will meet next Monday will sing "Oh Holy Night"and
Bever last week. .
.t 1 '" II a $3.95 a S [tiare Yard Mr. J. A. Penny of Moriches, night at S at the Service Kenneth SttmmeU will sing 1 i

I L. I, N. Y, arrived last week to Club lounge to act on' the- pro "Are Marla." The unveiling of \ HIS SAILFISH I MELODY EN P.M.'TILL ONE
I A Use AI > rug or let us I tall it wall to wall for you. spend the winter here posed committees.TURNOUT the crib by Gall Merriman will 1
.. Mrs Douglas Shelton entertained Follow at 11:55: p.m. during which I
The be uty of wool car et for the price of broadfelL OF BUILDING
Ernie Ricou will Bambino I
: Saturday afternoon at LIGHTHOUSE PACf AGE NOWWELL
.. 1
1\ her home with a party In honorOf I
1I 4 V it us m our nei showroom at 900 South her daughter Lynns, 2nd Southern plants producing Low masses on Christmas daywill' 1 WITH THE FINEST Of LIQUORS. MANY\PECIAL XMAS
birthday. Red and and be at S and 11 ajn. at the
th in Fort green
\ opposite < park Pierce. construction materials hummed 1
I balloons were the decorations Stuart church and at 10 a.m. PACKAGES FOR Gil
during m with the result that, t
The table was prepared for 10 in most Instances, the of at Hobo Bound I
i'i't :Each had a lollypop; snowman, Altar boy will be Charles 1
t various classes of materials
ex- '
i't balloon punch, Ice cream and a Clement, Jack Harris' Curtis I
ceeded that for
previous com
t cup cake with two blue candles. parable periods, according to Kavanaugh John Rain, John I I THE LIGHTHOSEBULOV
Rosbury'. Michael and Philip
girt were opened and J
final figures mad public by C.
: G IFFIN CKER Inc. lunch served, game were played. Parker Persons regional direc- Springer, Victor and James Vol. I %
t tf. i Present ratio and Buster and JamesWright
were Tommle and Sari
tor of the u. 8 Department of 1tt I l i ,91
I P sln. Dorothea McPherson
FLOOR OVERINGS Commerce The compilation, _
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1 I'I'I
Kathleen Jlmmie
r. : Shelton Ray. contained in a current Issue of
mond Johnson, !Lewie Reuler,
FORT PIERCE, FLA. the Construction and Construction -
I Jr. Helen Baldwin,
Bud Smith Materials Report of .the
and Lynn Shelton. Also Mr*. Commerce Includes
I McPherson'Mrs. Department
Dortntny Maud
such essential construction materials see' ra
!. c Shelton Mrs O D. Quigley, Mrs. I as lumber, cement, brick,
tCttCtCttttCttCt( tttttCtC tC Sara Pendarvls Mr. Bill Stan- I tile s'wer pipe, asphalt roofing
ger, Mrs. Aliens Peels, Mrs. and sidings and saturated felts.
I i :Awls Busier Mrs Oliver Smith Clove trees begin to blossom
You make this the|Merriest Christmas e '
can Mrs.
ever E. A. Baldwin Mrs.Lois when they are five to seven yean 'b rr
; by bringing to your ho a English and daughter, Chick old and continue bearing for 100
I I Mann of Stuart, Mrs Stangerand .
or more .
1 l'' Mary' Shelton yean The Northwest Territories of
Mrs. C. H.
Hardwlck and Mrs s
J. C. Morse entertained at the Canada, containing 1.309.000 sq.)
I miles. have a population of only,
Knabe Wfcter Janssen home of Mr* Martha Whittle '
Kranit with a wedding shower in honor 15,000 people ._ 1
A BacW Wurhtzer .
of Mr and Mr, James Max.
11.t r GulbransenRECONI. [.stey Orfean Hammond Solovox well After the many gifts were Mrs Roy E Decker of'Salerno

I ,I Opened, refreshment of Ice tea Shores held a card party Thursday
I TIOfrED PIANOS and cake ere were served to Mr*. at the home of Mrs Charles .
1 Douglas Shelton, Mr and Mrs Conrad because her home Is'not 'Americans Greatest Watch Value!'
With the Brub er Guarantee >. D. Smith Mr and Mrs. Donovan completed yet. It will be completed
hfj: Uprights Spiettcs Studio Smith: Jr: Mr and Mr; In January with all new '
Oliver Smith Mr. George Oun. decorations and swimming pool
;' II Grande MirrApiano demon Mr. Frits Anderson, Prize winners at the party were ThfeaVs only ofio way to gel 9'f1,4Is. r
" f r. ,' Mrs. Bert Sword, Mrs. Allene Mrs. Jack Baunderson and Mrs.R that a BUIOVA offers .'."and
r TERM, 1 !DESIRED Schamrock Mr. Bill Stanger, R. Merritt. Other guest were that's to buy a BULOVA. Other lei "
"ti Exclualv calen For Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Man Mr. Mrs Harry HoHoway, Mrs. Mary model from $2475 to 100000. ?
: and Mr*. V. E. Howard, Jr., Miss Chandler, Mrs John Anderson, 'P
: SCOTT-"The Worli i' nest Radio-Phonograph" Betty Maxwell, Mr. Herbert Mrs Conrad-Mrs. Robert Saun- Give a BULOVA and you grv \ .,
Clements Mr.' Dick Hancockand derson and Mr*. Ray Daringer the BEST1Ml ,.t v w
I' Mr. Whittle.Mr. Mr. and Mrs ,John Anderson !
I Ie I BRU \KER and Mr. Ed Johnson have of Salerno Shore will leave MMI MMt fU. to d \ e e'y
i"Ai' leased and have gone In business Wednesday by train forManas--
I in the Quality Sea Food quan, N, J., to spend Christmas 0
; Market. The business will be with relatives and friends
': ( j" jj Music Qpmpany renamed The Sea Food Market II The home of Mrs May Doug ; : Y a
1 Mr. and Mr*. Jesse Griffin and las of Salerno Shores has Just ,9.b.
-' WEST PAIM BEACH children and Mrs. W. D. Griffin! been completed by Charles.Conrad

206.DATURA ST. I \ PH. 3175 .1 of Kobe Sound called on Mr i .
and Mrs O H. Johnson Sunday: Mr and Mrs. O E.!: Hansen of
: { The Palm Beaches Mof Complete Music Store. Kitty Barbu arrived home Clinton Comer N. Y. are buildIng .I
: last week from San Diego after a winter home In SalernoShores
. I J '" I,, i I spending the summer there i I '

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II I 1 ycb c SPECIAL : : 1:1:: ) t :

f' "
t t ,, Mr Mew XMAS DAY DINNER 1

r \,.
1 1l :.
OLD FAShlONEDfVU. + M1 S. %. ,' ; ,
( AimSDRKEYI ; '
I ,
l Its g6.d ( DINNER :. 'r ..... '

with\ I thfe trimmings .i :

oa CHorW df OTHIR MIAT*' "I" .".I: '
because It's
d Ine{ Ie"
_t0M4 ,. U9. ,
$ \ a.srdr
wio .... ......- .... ",
Me,,'. .. ...
1 PM ewd Nadi fen I ;.
aLFAR j /l T q A Good Plac fo Brt g The Family Iktkstose Rings n.. ', w uww wr. .w sow ly'; ;

Quiet, Ho" L'k, pher.

::166 Flamingo Dr. / $12.50 $6.50 '

; Phon.7175 r. We Serve }Bm-made tries

I I wrpf THE ........ ..wed .. tlwi fn: ..rln'i.M4..r
e ........... /n..a.esl.aaly, :; 7M4ff '
M. ....:' (aw Mksti, '

k Stuart Hot 1 Dining ,,
/ m I IIt'

't 4 Under ew Management '. liberal Term, .,, No Extra,Gtarg. *. % IM
4 'for.c-.u.nt.: Credit. I

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SOCIAL NEWS News,Items for this paper nut reach the newspaper

I and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Horn Telephone office before U>W noon on Wednesday Office Phone sea," I

MRS.. .MARY....... .HARTMAN.._n......... Soeiet,. Editor: t

| JgNS1I'f lox'roaOJumbJa \ I I Mrs. Leach To Entertain Charles R. Oreenlees, Jr., Mr and Mrs Goals Raulerson Sound. Mrs. Chamber's parents, :,

/ Westinghouse engineer of Pittsburgh and two children of OkeechobeeCity Mr. and Mrs L. L. Halbach o(, ''II
I M. Is expected Saturday to were Sunday guests of Mr.' Vero Beach were also their ;
Betcii. Fla, DAR UDC spend a 10-day\ holiday with his. and Mrs.T. R. Chambers at Hobe guests. +.
I I mi Christmas College Chapters Dec. 26Mn. mother and, brother, Joseph 8.Oreenlees. 11I1111I11I111111I111I11I11I111I11I11I11I11I11I11I11I111I1 I11I111I111111I111I11I111111I1111I11I

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Mr.and Mrs Robert L. Martin, 'WANTEDFirst :
LIST I 4 winter residents from Salem,Va.. .
Ho have gone home for the holiday to Know They "an Garden '
: ,:: seatOwith/ their tons and Pottery, Bird Baths, Sunda 1JeadHanging '
Daughters.Miss Baskets Pots.Y !

Emily Beach arrived
Monday from Florida State University .
[ I: to spend the holiday with (First JPGrn to Right After Cring Bridge)
her mother. Mrs. Helena Beach, --G. BLAUVELTIIIIIIIIIli
] and grandmother, Mrs. Emily "

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Krueger Plenty Busy /

These days? hen don't even try to get to the; "

bank! .

WUlaford Ransom Leach. hat Issued Invitations-to a-meet. BA K-BY-MAIL

Ing and tea at her home, Tuckahoe-on-the-Indlan Hirer, Dee. 20,
In honor of the Seminole chapter, Daughters of the American !
W* are) Simply drop '
{ Revolution of Palm Beach, and ih. Thomas Benton Ellis chapter. you
United Daughters of the Confederacy West Palm Beach, of T -::' deposit in thci tpm"/fv.*.

which she Is a member. i. nearest mail boxV /. n1 -
( The regents of the Florence Stickney Chapter, DAR, of Fort '
Pierce and of the Everglades chapter at Miami wilt to special any time duri t Ae day or night and let

M Central ; guests The program as listed In the yearbook, Is In charge of Mrs. ts'I Uncle Sam fJjXhe regt.
Henry Kahl of Palm Beach who Is florida'State chairman of I :.
effective ESTIME--TRYIT!
Americanism. "Through American Homes" will be tin theme. f ''
Motor Congressman.Dwight L Rogers, Fort Lauderdale, of the 6th Dis
: ':' trice, will be the guest speaker. :
100 South A selected group of floral artists of the Garden Club of Stuart
will decorate the entire Leach home for this gala Christmas party
which will assemble several< hundred guests from many sections CITIZENS BAN \ OF STUARTI- ;
of the United States. ;
i"I The Federal Reserve System, and federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ,
as well as numerous Inform. Mr. 'and Mrs. Calvin Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. C. O.oRal ey of _
I residence hall and club par and Mrs. Wilbur's" mother ,at Buffalo who recently moved !'
Into their new< home 'at Port (
es. The formal Christmas din. Speculator, N.'Y., are spending. Sewall, expect as Christmas 31 The Bank of Personal Service. s es I
Tuesday was followed by the the winter In one of the Jay A.: guests Mrs. Justin Oesch and _
Christmas concert BynM cottages: -This Is the Wil' Mrs. Olenn Osbourne of Buffalo, '. .. "
: by students. Climax- burs' first trip .to florida and Mr. and Mrs R. T; Johnson of .
their vacation hours are filled West Palm Beach and Mr. and !
the holiday' events WM th
annual Christmas vesper ahd with sailing fishing in from the Jensen St Lucie Bridge,. Mrs.: Clyde_Miller of Miami.: _:c- --- ..-. ... .. -- --- -.--- --- ._._...._. -.. .. ,"'- --..-. --
on the eve of departure -
by caroling around the Mrs. C.H. Summers left Tuesday .
for Sheffield to spend the
lighted Christmas tree on
holidays with her sons and their Enjoy
college campus. families. She will remain for '
Miss Gasser Is a member ol two. months. .
Independents Organization -
the Stephens campus. Miss Mildred and Miss Dorothy Your Christmas Feast
Clonts of Florida State University -
O MEMBERS JOIN are expected home today to
spend the Christmas vacation
PIERCE CHAPTER with their parents. Judge and
phone Z2 18th ANNIVERSARYMembers ola Mrs.Ave.Arthur R, Clonts of Osce- SPECIAL

of the PEO sister' '
sasesara M s. e.r.
Chapter P, drove to the Christmas Ekf Dinner
of Mrs R. V. Ankeny 'at I
December 6 to at-
the 18th anniversary of
Along the
R of Fort Pierce, and I
hear the report of one'ot the I
11 1 Course DinnerBAKED
I delegates, Mrs. H. H. :
Titusville, of the su- In building new
chapter convention In Los
In September home, Be SURE of HAM OR TURKEY
The'Stuart qhapter presented
greetings with a bouquet FOUR CORN
yellow and white gladioli. "may Including Wines,
from Stuartwere Mrs. $1.75 Cocktail and
Ordway, Mrs. Earl J. LAN D 1 Desserts
Mrs. Evans Crary Mrs. R.
Taylor, Mrs. Stanley Smith PLANSjfO D .
P. M. Hoenshel, Miss Tena .
Ounn and Mrs. H. C. Gard

of. Jensen Beach. flON.ANflCOODINSURVCE I I Reservations Call
/ You
Mr. and Mrs. Walter, Rein I / QvSdre
to Orlando Sunday to visit I
Rein's new granddaughter, -
Jean, at Orange General /
They were accompani- Beach '
by the baby'i father. Morris 1 6Jensen> ),'
of Delray Beach. Mrs. ED/MAPP .
Is the former Mary ,
.J of Hobe Sound.

Mrs.. w:B.-Barber. -and daugh- Eiad, Ifnsuranee Dinner Aerved P, raptly frJm2:30 Noon On '. 1

: ( ,Betty Jo, returned last week
two ,weeks in BaInbridge, ,phone 1* P.O. Areaie
r'l, where brother they, visited Mr.Bar- DANCING_ T/L 2 A. M. 1 ? 7-PIECE ORCHESTRAFun

i ,
r rM BEER WINE; For All-'lGood Old, Fashioned:: ,i )Dancesf

: OUTPOST LUN 6H BAR Virginia Reel, raul Jones, and Waltzes. rlYMOUR'S

U. 3. 1 Near Injjantown Road

91 red Ale '.
t t '
Per Case
propet4lM $4f
cam' Ted M0 aimpro
inow ut f7e J I Scklits V"' Budwtisergh ,

;1MSgrh fell 111ver Tar *,roper" -

allow RL.: oeesia-t- 4 tsthise Wes STANDARARNOLD' OIL. R Starting Sunday, Dec. 21st, Our' Bar Will' BA Open.. ,Every ,Sunday From y

RBOGASTg .WILLIAMS, rop. 12 Noon la Midnight, Serving' 'Beer,., Whiskies, and 'Mixed ''Drinks.

7flit 'lasses .e COFFEE

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', i ,f! ; 32 SCHOLARSHIPS --- --- contra a fire In the first five lar applications of DOT shouldbe Sunday opening agreement ends r..du 1t Leeb-re .. Hl. t PtdwlMntsw CMATnLroAcr..

I i minutes than can be done In the' made. Dtseusaton sod Ift* N..M.tIa.T, PuN a. Cwsw. I.. to OLIN. ,.. .
under city and county acts DEEDOw.Y. ;
j t I Orlando Dec II (FNSII ; DO ktop Iroo k wahw from Mr1youbssgkhemMok.hid s. T. "". M Fm ""' ,
For a DDT for glade, the W dlbbl" ImM. 0. _
next Ore hours ,Fight that Are sp w aroused at the CityCommission's to PwtlMD Cl dll AwwWaa,
Church youth ot Florida will be ( / ,, was ; ..l. t. Clfcb. Jwte : .
'i' I ( research workers recommend a M O. rMthuaobtrt meat rsroo Jr. .
\ MWj the minute you discover It. meeting ,week: H. OIM w Jt.il' b. r.tlMi. PAatt1AL. ::= wwtt
tll Hibln.again this next year for f wettable powder, t ounce in S ; .
I i cot ecreis. trunk..boi b.f for.} WARRANTY Pkylde Niue. Cewga: w 01"
: i"lIt"'lIal" and regional college In effort ; product winter gallons or I pounds In 100 gallons on starting the Sunday openingsfor 1010.t. MIchariKM M Wllltaa S). (....... CoagnYELEASE,. t.y
I I and sujnmer\ conference scholar _J lOlling cep., In:walMJmntaMng of water. They suggest the I tb, winter season last Sun- I Hut feniiU Ctnnullr t* A.4r>* OlUIek ,... O:.ACIIEEMENT
r' v
for their
made through holaV. .and fill II grazing stock as lOOn KM: .. N Ratan..1 .....,... la H.hlo K. BID.
41 1 I hips the United _daily] addition of a spreading agent to day, but a check on the city ordinance U Lsr K. OolittICIne.K It ace
.inrlsliam Youth Movement _. as possible on pastures that were, make the droplets of water lie 't Nuokd SPECIAL WAHHANTT
I j I K dry In Irwii Momhwtmmedlot.y showed Sunday openings n.bnA at d b a 10 CIwW.Oat. lathMM B '
; Youth Week will be celebratedi .kn drenched and badly damaged by flat on the leaves Instead of balling O Led 0......, to Dun ...... NrrrTIW': : JUDGMENT 6dn.k,
'II ,:I I :: J5, to ttb, 1. fiponsoied by hofdayi., fall storms, Okeechobe County I definitely barred before Dec. 15 Tm0 to Mirllll Cxinll. P, L. '':. ':aaTh.aw, .HewittThaw \ 52
': \ I I''.' 11 rnatlohal Council of cattlemen have planted more The two workers say that benzene and after April 30.Week's W, if Boo 1 turtl. Cxirtr 4nv Cmnvony.? to ? :
t I I It)(..Klaus l Education which ad thin 12 ton of seed hexachlortde at present HIM. K. Tim* to W 4). How got: Mud/htr Crwoy to UU hum.GN .
rP rye grass 0 C. Hut to Clrrh' R.n.k. e......'.
I iJ'1 tatrovles i l ,i the Youth Muvt'ment: DON attach tot stony light :and applied 200 ton of super-: cannot be recommended except P5,0.. P, gams u A.'f""P..rw.e.Fnab JUDGMENT
it"it"I! I L< YM\ Is a cooperative interna. phosphate and ISO tons of lime as an emergency treatment, because LegalInstruments mm t*finds> W. OMM. EoOMe il des A. Zolnl.. "Ior gw4
chugs to eta outltt, end i b* cure I bears; : 'In center .nd ../ ..,
; n
: \1 'lid):il organization of the )young to their permanent pastures according of Its higher cost and the Ios Pont e I* ck.rbo C. MumrOIM Gus: of l<.. A. Zriilft. ,. crow
: I, I. ; 1 II"'WII'" of 40 denominations 34 Emulation h not warn *r Mckori to County Agent Clifford' possibility that It will impart a en. o5.. .. Mg M.. X lil
Elate councils and 10 national loot.A blown K/to/ kA. signal R Bovncs musty odor to the packaged ..... 1-H H U M nr Pawn loll Dias AFFIDAVITto Tin P.klliST.
\ youth iMwiirir such as Christian flower spikes.If ,- :_---....!.,
,, h'ndeiAM', Joy and dirt Scouts, of a jangoroul vorload B* DOT spray or dust win> control It Is not possible or practical SA1'tSFACTIOIt OF MCMI1'CAC1
j YMCAjind. YWCA wi fuses are right ii. NorofVH Insects on gladioli according to to for thrips, they Mole w B. H. Arbw.ewseNw ..
1 i n spray .... .... ...
E. D. \0. 0. eo.
1hePurshttd Youth Week o pnny In fin todn Magic gladtolvs recommend: a dust containing } bide R.a". k '.l .".le.Pally .. .
g i award!wul be given on the basis \ and Dr. E. O KilShclmvr I percent DDT and one-third of 11 Laos Carpe". <. K. A. ..WML
at participants. I Christian I entomologist, both at percent of the gamma Isomer of I Ann Flk.JOIN AGREEMENT* "H W HUM t. Umt THE HOUS OF QUALCT FOOD y'
I di-ivli' and understanding of the Agricultural Experiment
benzene hexachlortde QUITCLAIMSWlUUm
I Christ'tan responsibility. Essays ''y DON'T in* I IId kght.d4candies w Stations laboratory In Bradeo- ---- -- W. Plukfort U Nude L. Under t\e MaitaURient of

W ", : of will be Qiritbmt Iro with ethordocoratioM ton SUNDAY liQUOR HOIKS PIMkfor. ....
1 500 words Judged on or M V IU.I* .11. P 8. AND\ MAS '
I DDT'' spray usually has controlled TO START THIS WEEK Ida H. IL a.dd.aw. d..
/ il t.uipu! 01 Y >uth |1n tits Cum Flac* hSo'Ino woD wrcB .
n l 4 01W R.bl.
D. U
1\IIU1ltf' Our Christian ResponbiluV /+ both "worms" and thrips, alcoholic;; _. W. C. Ran< M U C a. Arborut.JIIM .. WILL SERVE *OLD FASHIONEDXMAtS
I Judging will\ begin the way hem flraplac ei eth.eIoca4oa the DDT dust sometimes falling Sale of beverages a. (unrt rt N l to C. B. ArbwostMaITGAGa

i' v.,.irk r-foie" Youth WeekI twn> R II oupowd l.n to to kill the thrips They say that from noon until midnight on Asia M Ckblob.! M Utlmi B..k W DINNER If !
thrips be killed will begin In Martin ._
can quickly In Sundays 8"" '
I h. Illlll-- .,MattllKMlQllfflHXKHI.. .u4w. nlov I sparks or strong hoot Also,kop heavy Infestations with one or County next Sunday and will W C. C....f *t cis U CltlMM 8..k of 9\0
IIIHW wrapplngi from hoot 25, the last HI.* 12 Jfoon Till : P. MKicpewceocw .
'( ) III Jh4i! \ I away two applications of benzene extend through April Wllllln. B. BrttlM tit AnMM M. 11._.
{ -- -, ---- hexochlorlde, after which regu- Sunday before April 30 when the_ a, a._ llrf-'- .ll a.!..II,.L....Cs.w.y:...- 'ur
i ---- ------
I II t tC<
1 1'' POL1B/1 u R A A"fir U/ slap DO stand tool when M lodJtr hanging" .*r dxoAohoni sturdy "'

not on a box x flimsy
I .
: : eery haste! their Wear low.ti,l.d ihots Choose "Famous Name Wearing Apparel QI.'l QI.,

(this for the wom.nl] whit tnm- ,
I mine the Yul. ITM .

UrIO'Unann (011(11 n ih. '

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M The County' Agent's Column RIt'
IMcordsf : Give Hkok

r I J Evelyn: aid her magic : I By L. M Johnson "

Wallets ,. JKeht .
violin I andGK
I Farmers ranch..ra.lnd growers blooms on one spike The production '
'I,.J Memories of Martin County will find Is increasing dally as are Bu es
11 "1 his shipments of these lilies and I I
kAl/Goodman In their mall Uu; week a letter w w
reminding them that Jan 15, gladioli, R I ;. "
Eddy Duch /,lays 1 1943. Is the last date on which R, L Hooks topped the markH R Men appreciate the quality : 0',' l
Ii"" Gershwin they may report the conservation of tomatoes In Fort Fierce last lef s,1 'ti and style Jf Hickok personal ," Slippers

I I work curried out In 1917 Wednesday having the best gifts, ..,r:;': J' 1... ,." ( '.
Waltz Time They are urged to make this re- quality and receiving the high TIES I t: ;, "
t,, -Ifyf Lyman i |jort before the diaclllm and est price for tomatoes that day,
.. i bring I in lnvoU es or bills and a receiving $820 al bushel! ."
.j : Aloha Haw a Ui! trim the different kinds of Oranges and '. lona rtlllzers used Port Mayaca grove are coloring a
Afcty 4' I ,
Sentimental They also have; been reminded up very nicely this year,and they ., iv INITIALED
Journey i hut it is necessary for thm to will have fruit for local use and Wembly
t / I Lesfirown come Into the county agent office mixed packages for Christmas Ii ANDKERCHIEFS j jI
Harmonic/ persoiAtfly to make their; report Bill Mathejon on the South 'Everybody \I
Ii I Virtqso *. as iney. r. required! to Forl has two registered bull I t Nor East
I / I J HarryUdler clgn a performance sheet for the' yearlings he is offering rate I Add the Personal touch .

I r'; Autry'i Wf stern | work dune In 1947. and an application U men for breeding purposes. and Boxed, fancy and plain ..
for payment which will and also several registered heifers t
( I' white linens.Gift .
1,15, Classic& V be made In 1948 The Invoicesor : approximately 9 months to a some
II''. r Gene Ailry bills should show the name' a year old.Florida a't Botany y '. ,
;1 1' I of the dealer, the date of the:, Farm flour Broadcasts e t' ''
: i Popularjmericarji puilhiasis and quantity and; Station WRUF Galncs"vllle P 1M.rdw. ; A r e
..1 Waltzes// \ kind of purchase Each taft : .. iI
dk should have on It a list of the Fri., Dec. 19! Livestock FeedIn
: Al C odman & t.t t.
\ materIAls in the rtilliers used I' 1947 and Some Notes on the I '
1948 Outlook Alvin H Spur-
I ,; The Record Shop u, R. 0, Hupfel at Hupfel Farms, lock; "Saving Weak Cows In I SuggestionsFOR
Palm City, Is cutting unusually Wlnfr" Dr H 8. Olasscock j
f Lyric Theatre Building\ large and perfect Easter Illy! Sat Dec. Fifteen-minute
I: 0 I blooms having M high as four program at 12:30, .- THE BOY a
Monday, Dec 22-"Origin of)
: the Christmas Tree Idea'

Charles O. GeiitTues Famou'TOM SAWYElf ... J
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; NEW PROJECTO .. Dec 23-Rat Control I S
to Save Feed;' V. L. Johnson. i sWEARING. APPAREL>
Wed.. Dec, 24 H *r S ; ,
? >me econom 1 w .,
.I, FLYING; SAUCER los not S. Mrs, Virginia Ragii- -I" andPETERS
I' and TOP
dale; "Some Notes on Americanand r "j.
European Diets," Dr Rowland i SHOES : .
--... .... -.' B. French .

program Thurs. Dec 25 Christmas )1. ROBES to wrap her in luxury FOR BOYS,, 'd ., Mt Mtti

I The onsu! of winter Increases ; .
+/ I ,,1,1r fire haaaiiJs by more than a In Beautiful Wools, Brocades and Satins,
third, the county agent warns GIRLS
:' ;. '-:11: this w.ck Winter means homes l,1)) Also in Washables .The Perfect,Gift

I and barns and a 34.per cent Increase S For Any Woman All Sizes '-
r L. t In fire hazards Cracked
i e chimneys, corroded flues. defective i
heating devices and Improperly .
discarded hot ashes are i2 She'll Appreciate
< : Ideal Cnnstma\ Gift for Active Children the villains. Make sure your +I 1t

11j Set Consists o heating condition.plant Is In good working -2 :: JI Gift Lingerie

( J : Fire prevention on the farm f Hosiery t
; PROJECTO SpV", >e Top t Is only half the Job for complete B I i
A Safe, Sturdy 791 fire safety A farmer must make I Handkerchiefs w '
', Easy To Operate I provisions to protect his farm, ,
l I if wants to kelp it He must' Vi I y
j. 11M! : :eet to Instruct his family: \

I'Ii and his farm hands In the use \I 1 1t y'I

1$;I I I'" J Ji. : tJ!) Tt 'J1)) d of farmer fire-lighting number must see of to equipment approved It that a sufficient fire A !'" 'I'l' t

THE REXALL O' extinguishers are on his property )1.
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t ,i. and that they are placed In M t aw J t.tY1 .
I Jkf lll'\' St. Lucia Av, PHONE 11 Stuart, Fla. strategic locations The first five "
minutes of a fire are the most ,

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'Salerno'Fishermen Invited Gladiolus Industrie's ADDED COMPENSATIONGIVEN J: !C t.Ct.tCtttt"tttCt! { : {"t(tFa'tClI4THEJ ,

'I To Meetings of Association Importance Cited .New York,-DeC. 18-Additional i I IG BARREL" y

compensation totaling more
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STEVENS &/ Jacksonville, _r-_ 18. _- "Th. than ,ft.100,000 has been distributed 1 ( .
.' I The By MRS. O D. QUIGLEY: j fishermen being neglected by Increasing importance of'a rela- to employes of the I!;f. Soda Sad Toy Shop' r

meeting room at the townspeople ,Give voice tively new Industry the production andPacific
DESIGN CON m your Great Atlantic Tea
school Dec 10 was tilled to ca-' nowt Wo are 100 per cent for of gladioli blOElOmaI.Indicated Is Company before Christmas, It !I Bargains on lift hem 'till Chffttmaa :
PHONE/768 *" for the The Salerno In a report lust received was announced today by John !I 1 1I
you Civic! Association
or the Salerno CivicuAssociation.. from Manager W f. Nehrllng A. Hartford, president All A ,I to Introduce Our New ace
A number of Is here to stay Bj a of the Fort Myers State Farmers the .
new members were It P employes throughout ,
On U. Su No. I Hobo Sound I II iI
part of 111 I Market
admitted. that 4aOOO-dOien of
FIRE E Inspiring report from country, with six month or
the Christmas tree and Saturday A correction 'on last week'sItem these flowers were shipped thru more service with the company, / '
t. 0 BOX 06 work committees were made. ( : It Is Saturday afternoons, 'his market during the last I participate In the cash distribution \ I. Lpel'i1Ie1f1II'IIt'N. '( -"' ."') ) )() >>a_ #
Roy Decker week said William L. Wilson !
appointed to not Sunday afternoons ; i
look that director of> State Markets today. ,
up a specific lot to be rec- ,
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIICIIIIIIIIIIIII ommended to be used as a town work Is done on town Improvements 'Manager Nehrllng has arranged ASSOCIATION TO MEET
dump Last! Saturday an un- for the opening of a gladioli I
Noted during 'social conversation usually large number of people auction the first week In January The Stuart High School Band T CE ;
and has Just advised that Association will hold a covered
were comments on the visitation turned 'out. The Christmas trot I
dish meeting at 6:30 tonight
growers and brokers are showIng supper
headquarters made In.the Stuart Red Crow, site la cleaned up and ready for a lively Interest la this venture at the Woman Club;The egular Meeting of 1
after the ,
Stuart'g I IIII holiday decorations The park Is .* business session will follow a
regular meeting Dec. J.
At least
about finished and ready for Installation
25 went from the association and of barbecue pits Martin la Fort Pierce the' tomato concert fay the school band directed City Commis ion '
movement has continued fair by Wendell Waters
LY at wereTerf the pleasantly surprised County well may look to Sa- through the week, with volume Monday Dec\22 1 ,
THURSDA adequately equipped and lerno to see how much, can be ,
beautifully decorated expected to equal or exceed the j OkNchobea! Memorial Hospital! I
IMt twthw A. 4+ le F, the aM the Red Cross. The building visitation of accomplished) \ sincere on short cud r bycooperative preceding weeki 27,941 .field' fund. Myer Heller, buyer for 1947 '
C..Ie.I made closer contacts and _workers) crates Quality, fair to excellent' Samuel P. Mandell of Philadel- 1
strengthened the friendship of prices, $3 to $840 Cucumbers phia and J. J. Cernlglla, Jr., buyer I
those carrying on the Red Cross In Jensen BeachBy yllow crookneck squash and for Tom-A-Toe of Atlanta. L. B. EURIT I
work and the Salerno beans are moving In light volume bought these two crates, which
After the meeting1'informal people social CHARLOTTE: IILUL1ER, Market Manager M. E. Williams were later donated to the Fort 1 I
reported sale of two fancy, Memorial Hospital. James j
and singing were enjoyed. James Mlchaelson, who' Is attending City Clerk.
After the crates of tomatoes. grown by McGee was the auctioneer hand-
a..vue s.Rasw meeting a plan school in St. Louis, ar- and R. K. Branden- Is be- \
ned social will be In order and Stacy Rogers ling this sale "The price 1s.1s.4w
rived home Friday to spend the for record lieved all time record
refreshments will be served The burg Dec 8 a price to be an -
CE Christmas holidays with his parents of; $123, proceeds going to the for tomatoes," said Williams.
MORE committee Is
STILL planning avery
I Mr. and Mrs, J. N Michael- I
special New Years party son, at Royal Polnclana .
I Dec. 30 at 8 p.m. at the school. I Mrs J. L. Metzgar has as her
Refreshment will be l charge I II Blest( for the Inter her brother,
of Mrs Mortenson committee I I
T. F. Ailing of New York City.
ft& I Everybody Is welcome. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gamble, R
We already have had correspondence Mrs L. D. McElfresh and Mrs
You r 11 from New Jersey and A. Taube spent Friday In West
Chicago and other points We
Palm Beach.
Big FfcEE are not only becoming known Mrs. T. R Helllcr and daughter -
we are being recognized as a Mary Ann and Miss Charlotte -
SATURD/ functioning Salerno authority! IKlller spent Thursday In
Attention, Salerno fishermen! Fort Pierce on business.Mr. .
Our iristias So far we have had only a few "d Mrs T J. Lowrey
I Salerno fishermen at our meetings
have arrived train Chicago to
"DICK TRACY"Feature have been
Perhaps you spend the season at their home
too busy to read of our organi here on River Drive.
sation. Perhaps you figure this Mr. and Mis E Uen. haw of
Come an ring our Is just a passing fancy In Salerno Indiana have taken an apart-
The charm and attraction
ment at Plu: Lodge for the sea-
UN fR of Salerno Is due largely to

Its fishing industry and Its fish lIOn.Mra.> C. 11 Munch Mrs. H. W.
ermen. This Is your town. This: Munch, Mrs. Nora Uptegrove and
Is your assoctatlonf- What can Mrs. Joe Steiner were shoppingIn
we do to make conditions better fort Pierce Saturday after-
lCUIBEa", .. FRI. for you? Perhaps we have the noon. ,1 1F
New.'I Ia I Influence and connections to get Mr. and Mrs C. T Tyndall ofWest II
World't Hea most need
for you you
t Palm Beach spent
Sunday I
Come and take part) Tell us here with Mr and Mrs fl
how you would make Salerno a fredrlcksen

it iron foil better place for everyone. Six MIsS Gwendolyn Panfr of Jamaica j ,
months, or six years from now was the guest last week
don't let us hear about-Salerno of hen aunt,? Mrs C.. 11. Munch, '.
iii / and other relatives here She

returned to Jamaica by plane'

ll OR Tuesday.Mr and Mfs W. C Samlt,
who/ have spent the past two
months at Malal :uca Lodge:left
i Friday for their \home In FlushIng -
HOHT PORES'weight N Y.
Miss\ Elizabeth Robertson entertained ,
IN Y0VRSELFI her bridge club at her 1,7901
FOR home Tuesday afternoon. At
THE THRILLING HGML1CHTS Of | the Close of the: game refreshments -
K 4 DECADE CHR&TMASENTERTAINING were served Those Present
Were Mrs. C. H. Alderman,
PLUS MIs. Betty Alderman Mrs. E J. 1 1x
( I Ward Mrs Minnie Klpp Mrs.
Adolph Htrlcl,, Mrs. Lewis Gamble "
and Mrs. R. S. Robertson.Mrs. .

/ 1 i 1.E 71.E a L.os I Sir Harper Quinn was. a. tea 'F
1 guest "
monthly meetingof '1Lr I ,
TE The regular
1 the Community Church Aid
of I Circle of Jensen Beach was held
6 10. After transaction of
A Ar business a program was given
i sine Li( lors |I observance with "Prajcr of"Prayer as the Week.theme The In Sams !7

....n M. Your I hday]" |3 son "Prayer Perfect" was rendered -
Mrs J
it ite i by the ladies trio,
Enjoym 1 I Corwin, Mrs Helm and Hrs.
ALSO, "HO-S (SI I Warren, accompanied by Mrs all'purpofe
articles on
!f any Si clal I prayer Madltls were read: "Prayer IsPower1

"Wal hand TABLES
I by Mrs Frye

Days Only.AVACJtlaANDEl SUN. [MAS I "Jesus Pray"and' by Prayer"Mrs Rcttcrcr by Mrs. 'J" FOLDING !

OH THE OF I Zelgler! and "Affr Prayer" by
t| COME THE rilftirK ROMANCE Pa\k Mrs. Hamilton A reading, "The *
< ges Gift and the Star" was given Hdrst by a. *?
Fort Id al Gift I Mrs.
I read one of her own poems, "By ONLY EACH
N Pric I SuitE Her Open Window," At the con-
y neHORS I elusion of the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed with Mrs

T ; Bright Elchhorn as hostesses Mrs Bee- and Mrs \' Give them fo /Christmas!

kJf '' At the services Sunday In the Community night- ----.Your choice of 6 mar lesignl In beautiful simulated walnut or t
I Church tubular steel legs ere
Edith '1 Dianne Hall!. Infant mahogany designs. Metrically welded
J N HODIAK i daughter of',Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd smooth ti glass,can't*ag hose,make Samson tablet strong enough J 1 1t
Frances, washable! Wonderful giful s
HaU. and to stand onl Tops y. itain resistant,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen
MARY 'TOR PAC ESTO ;.; Kendall, were christened by the

Rev, H. H. Jonea '

___ ADDED ''The "royal purple" of ancient 1' Get them f Christmas t

"ATH*TIC QUIZ" ;; Rome was extracted from shell. .
Latest Fox ] Across .Frl e fish and one hill In Lebanon Is And UM them tf hold the presents,hold the tree. even hold daddy -. l
I of shells discarded In like tcveral for thai !
Fire Stalonl composed ancient manufacturing: operations while he i tnrJning the teal! Or maybe you'd l
the .1! typewriter-what you
1 '/.4 new portabl t .... ? Naturally Samson folding tablet! ,
33.24G..taA .. \ letting for flirutmat anyway :
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M MN It ut pl' t advtrtitri ISATURDAY EVENING POST end COLLIER'S '
'Nv.n RrM.e. iftiii Flowers Pott Plante.Vase Bouquets At I t14a r ,
lam" I Cut
I MMUirumoir Orchid Ga eniaa. Corsages s'

ul lin f Pottery and Glass for e
taws New and bee .
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Christ eGifts,

SIMV1 W tbiof, asks Everree.n I IChristman From' i 5 OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P. M. TILL CHRISTMAS '.:

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ALA MIDNIGHT ; EYEI F/eristse/ Mr, ad Mrs. A. Gregg i iUlIUlIIlRlIllllltllllllll 61' ,KRUEGER, ,BLDG. '

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I III',1' I tll'" I..-I,. 1*i t'I'"I' '''SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART Horn.MRS.T.iephoo.36.W allies MARY, HARTMAN noon ea Wednesday,.Offio.Phop Society Edi1' sews'"

;\ 'i 4 f'1 t j I I COL VORIS HOST FLORIDA STATE STUDENTS LOSES ONE OF FIVE KIDNEYS I To Be Scene In 1708 there were out 1M of' the'Before the time' -of Co111111
t, I.. I w. ... Country Club set ships operating. 4eep-1 I western Atlantic wu
\1', 1 (' ; I"I." AT OYSTER DINNER HOME FOR HOLIDAYS and 124 operating out, ot by European sailors II the "Sea
41' ', Cot\ Alvin C Vorls entertained! Martin County students at York. of Darkness"
Festivities -
:, I ':':4' I at hU France apartment Friday Florida University,most of whomare \ Of Gala Holiday I u _
f t ,J; ,I t evening with walloped oyster! arriving home today for the --

1 i''I dinner for Col and MM Joseph' Christmas holidays with their The Martin County Golf and George Parka are co-chairmen Your Baby's First Shoes
1 I" '' : Casper, of Eden and Cot and families, are Minnie Louise and Country Club will be the scene for a tea dance and buffet supper
J ;. k'' Mrs. John' A. Brook Of Jensen Robert Oreenet Mildred and of a variety of social festivities for vacationing college students
'I ', j'' Beach Cot Brooks' la .a new. Dorothy Clonts, Peggy Ulmer, during the holiday season with Tentative date for this \ Gilded and
i 20 Northwoods log rollIng event Is Dec 89
\ : comer In the.Stuart colony of the Dee !
Jean Parker Mr. and Mrs Dan .
I ( retired Army officer and plans party by Mr and Mrs Zack At a luncheon meeting of the Mounted ea
McClure, Walter Wells and Em Mrs L. A.
Inaugurating the program auxiliary Wednesday
to build on recently purshased
r t property In St. Lucie Estate, croon Kramer., t on the new terrano patio. Arbogast, president, conducted abusiness AlabasterAsh
,, to details
j J eAa Invitations have been Issued meeting arrange
; Ii : STETSON STCDENTS for of the holidayfestivities.. ray
+ I HONDA JEAN WALTON ; to members and guests an
t BORN IN ORLANDOMr ARRIVE FOR CHRISTMAS: open house and eggnog party )During i the afternoon Andy t
I 1, Christmas afternoon from 4 to Hunter, golf pro entertained Small
,. and Mrl Morris Walton Joining the local college group with an exhibition ot various -d.
.f 6. Mrs. Fred L. Hall Is chairmanfor One oe $300
: of Delray Beach have announcedthe for a rouna of holiday festivities- the Woman Auxiliary, hostess golf plays.
", j arrival of a daughter, Bonds during the next two weeks are grouplerno Others attending the luncheon .$400
Jean Dec ( at Orange Oeneral Miss Sara Rollins 'and Miss --:..-. ware Mrs Russell F Wiley, Mrs
Hospital Orlando. She weighed R. B McPherson, Miss Dee Kennedy rgel
Charlene Keith, Donald Bur., made two Interesting teddy ,
7< Ibs Mrs. Walton Is the Mrs. Wells A. Upplneott,
i bears from 15- old coats :
roughs Henry Beckman Jr. Joe One Shoe .
''J j former Mary Beachum of Hobe Courson and Blount Gideon of one plush and one velvet. Basketwork Mrs L. E. Ashley, Mrs R. H jy.lp

j'' Sound. Jensen Beach.luununuuuttununttumuunquuunuuuudunttunnnunuuuuuuttuulR. : made of Florida grass Potter, Mrs. Talmadge Wilson., I Pair .H"SO
by Mrs S. D Bever of Salerno Mrs Crary...Mrs., Hall, Mrs Richard ,
\ I If also was especially Interestingand gmalle', and, Mrs. Parks JUST ARRIVED aVfarat Cold Plated M.m.tu-*
"'eyv r.v instructive Frames In All S' Complete'Witb Pictures
1 Antique'! = 1 The exhibit was planned and CHRISTMAS SERVICE ,
f Lewis Shop f .", arranged by the Home Demonstration Christ and Christmas will
-. .......- .-.- Club' craft chairmen: be the topic for the Christmas
I:. : = Intersect on Highway No. 1 and ndiantown Road = Betty Selpp, 4, rests comfortably In her bed In Women's and CniWI ,:Mrs Vern Van fleas. Palm City,. service sermon by the Rev W. Santo/s Antique Shop
Salerno; Mrs 0 Aldridge at the Methodist
Mrs. 8. D. Bever.
f t. Stuart, Fla / | !, rent Hospital' at Chicago after an operation fur removal of one ofJKT C. M. Fletcher, Indlantown and Church Sunday 'at 10;44 a.m.
!Ct 1 = five kidneys Since a normal person has only two kidneys, the Mrs. Ida Rider Tropical Farms. Special Christmas music by the / Majestic Aiartments
I I caw! was descrtped l y doctors as one In a million 'This exhibition was a part of church choir directed by Joe f (* *
: bored Glass, Continental | the general work of the home Phllp will be offered with Mn, Oil Xaintipgs Restored by Artists

Chila, Lamps, Frames And Furniture iOlen demonstration program of Mar- Edna Coutant at the organ The China and Btic-a-Brac Mended
= Rev. ] B. Buckey Elected tin County under the directionof choir will render a' cantata Brokj
I e Evenings Until*)00 O'clock iriiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiifiiiiiii Miss Luclle Inscoe, home "The Birthday of the King," at MRS. NELLIE PEONI, Owner /
> s demonstration agent. the ,1:30: pan service at the
j President of Tourist( Club Mrs Evans Crary and Mr*. church. 1

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Th Rev, J B. Buckey 6( Rio N Y, Miss Totten Marshall, Mr. \
I R] L TATE 1 was elected president at the first and Mn Richard Dawson of Detroit *&

meeting of the season of the Mary O'Brien Luna/ Mr. SACKS of HOLLYWOOD

I ii' II III. | Three New (Modem Homes in Fine i Tourist Club at the Civic Center and Mrs D A Meyer, Mr. and
Thursday night Mrs Charles Mrs. J A. Bryden of Afton, N Y.
Resident 1 Section
I.w 'iI | a grocery store |
Fischer was elected vice-presi Cella M. Atwood, Mr. and Mrs
,I | and bus els. A n-unit and 12-unit I II dent Mn. W. H. Barnett, secretary J. R. Halsted and Mr. and Mrs I THE HOUSE OF FAMOUS BRAND ,
Apartmelt House./ Tourist Court and | and Bert Smith, treasurer J. T. Harper of Canada.
I, Mr. Buckey made a short acceptance -
;, | Filling Station and Restaurant. Res-! | talk and appointed DITCH TREAT WINNBRS ',( 109 South 2nd. Street. Fort Pierce i ir
i derttial 1 lefts $450 land Waterfront' committees for the year Prior Winners of the Dutch Treat .-
i up. to the election a short program Club games last Thursday at the ;
1 I i age $5 a Ifoot anfl up. ;iI followed dinner at 7 pjn Attorney Civic Center! were Mrs Emil
David M Marshall gave Bvllokus, Mrs. Ted Brelthajupt, ,
::: I DEMON & SON an address of welcome and Kenneth Mrs,T J r Kennedy and Mrs I OPEN I of ONE ofAMERICA'S
I THEOEpRE { singing Stlmmell Special led musical community numbers R 0. Judson. ANNOUNCING the )r G

RO\LTORS I were given by Miss! Jo Ann
1 PHONE 81 1 I Constance accompanied by her HomeDemonstration
| sister.Phyllis Miss Syrena B.
I !i! iiiiimiiimiiiiiinmiiMMiimiiifiiiiimimiiHiiHiiiminiiiiiiMii- Ii iiiiinuMiiL group singing
::1 >I It was decided future meet-
i I.,. I, L Ings will be on the first Monday NotesBy W. believe yoi good people of Stuart will agreeX-ith us that we have opened a I

j, \\nnouncing | of this the was month given/ by and the approval City Commission for- MISS LCCIU INSCOI shoe salon thai for i >ear beauty is the equal of any f be found not only I in the state

I Opening of | Monday night. The next of Florida but anyw ere in the United States,

meeting will be Jan S. WHY NOT MAKE A STEW We have dedic id this store to Good Shoe. Service, and a Sincere D.
r Thorn registering Thursday I Stews, both beef and lamb '
sir Please
to .
MOTOR Included Mrs Emma Slsson of
have been studied recently by
: Genoa, M, Y. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. i
nutrition scientists of the Texas
i r
; Smith of Locke N. Y. Mr. and
Experiment; Station Because the
Repairs n All Make Cars I Mn E. B. Chapman of Arlington -
B vitamins tn meat are one of
Va., Mr and Mrs A. H.
: ALSO I II Clagett of Ocean City, N. J, Mrs. Its Important nutritive values NATIONALLYFAMOjS I MEN'S BRANDS
and because they may suffer loss
.. Luella Woodland of Pennsylvania -
1 Mr, and Mrs i.P. Rhodesof In cooking, the Texas scientists
I, : I Body Render Work I Pennsylvania; wanted to find! out which method 5.1 In Men's Shoes, we fee ir* Bostonian fAmtf wld _Taylor Mad.-Bostonian) .
Mr. and Mrs E. W. Smith, of making stew was on Juniors.NATIONALLY.
these vitamins They made
Mr and Mrs Fred C. Merrill of
Anro\\ I Maine Jacob Jost of Vineland, by a dosed! different methods
i | Painting N. J, the Rev. and Mrs Buckey !tested each batch, and came up
I LOCATED ACROfi FROM SUNNY ACRES | of H. Akron Barnet Ohio of,Akron Mr. and, Mr.Mrs and W. with questions answers: to the following F MO S .WOMEN'S BRANDSNaturaliser
Does browning the meat In fat I.
r j niiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiibiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii iiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiT Mrs Chatles Fischer
before cooking In water cause
1( ',( tC .(.( fC '.(tCj'! ''( '.( '" (!("!(' !(.(!(!( I loss of vitamins? Paradise_ Henaljo JL Carao -= Risque Jolene Kickerino
P Answer: Browlnlng causes avery Sandlers" of Boston Kay ICanxfff, and "Daniel I Green slippers.NATIONALLY ,
slight loss of three B vitamins
But It gives more flavor i
and appetizing brown color to e
f'' IMEFRY CHRISTMAS the stew so its advantages may, FAM&US BRANDS
outweigh the small loss In nutritive !' CHILDREN'S
R value.' I
1 Which Is better for vitamin-
And A saving-long'slow cooking at low We carry complete, lines of thAest known child's shoe In the world, BUSTER

heat or fast cooking the high BROWN, also Pla,.-Po M.. In all sift 1- all widths.
I heat of the pressure cooker?

HAPPNEW YEAR about Answer the:same The two methods rate

Does the amount of water FITTING
used In cooking affect the vita.. ; :
; I min content of the stew?
i Answer: The more water used We have Adrlafi X machine ef
bought tn
an -ra order to assure that every pair
i the more vitamins from the
meat go Into the broth. If all shoes sold is a perfect fit and fflso the ferrect type
., i i O'ir lift to You the broth Is served with the f
L meat, there Is no loss But care
should be taken not to use so If
much water that there la too /
I't' much, broth and some la discard BY ALL MEANS/PATRONIZE YOUR HOME
i ed. Obviously, broth has more
meat flavor and makes better
t' OVCA gravy for the stew If a small IT
I DISCOUNT l rather than a large amount of STORES FIROT -- THEY DESERVE IT.

water is used.

Stews are good choices among Your own merchants Ire your f riendiUyour neighbors. They pay taxes la your

1'' i FroVn Now Until Dec. 25SUITS are meat thrifty dishes and-these they days.save critical They town and are food citizen!sad active) IcadeL in jour community. They merit your +

food The lower grades of beef patronage.
utility and commercial-from
grass-fed rather than train-fed They however cannJ carry every branl And If you are used te going out,of
8 ON LL cattle make good stew. More. town to Palm Beach, MJkmT or elsewhere f* your shoes because you wear a certain

8 over. In stew a little meat can brand, then this adver cement is addreiselto you *,
go a long way In serving
family This helps the family
budget and also helps Indirectly .
DRESESCAT.S to save grain-needed In Europe IF YOU FIND ttOU: CAN\T\ GET WHAT YOU

'. 'Home-Made Gilts

; AN For Christmas/ .

H}f, ) X10 CHARGE NO, LAYAWAY. Put on DisplayAn SUGGEST/:"YOU .VISIT I ..OUR. "TeaREe .

I. exhibit of home-made -
Christmas gifts made by members

; Demonstration of Martin Clubs County has Borne been SACKS'. :OF HOLLYWOOD

LITTLE DRESS SHOP displayed In the Florida Power,
wtnosw '
and tight Company' '
l this week Seventy-five different 109 1 South 2nd St. Fort Pierce
\ articles were displayed/ bj
'' -I .w
\ ) :LET IE' c. ,DUGAN POSTOFFICE% ARCADE club members. .t

I Mrs. Steve Blaako of Palm Cttr' : '
Mrs Martha Wbjttle of na- ..
t''f ", "
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ILittle Price Relief Possible I'I',
0o.e01e 1u414 3 Winter Trains threatenwomen with lines or Furthermore, he added, the

IXmiMBITATION prison terms for giving friends beauty culture board In'the performance .
hiore 1949, Council Finds MMONtnunoN"H From East StartThe or memb'rt ef the family a of 1U administrative
duties under the taw has : f
shampoo finger 'WIT*'or manicure authority I
: < norld' to act the legal Inc
Special ai
} CIMCO FARM Vaca- He quoted a statement t
Washington *- (W/) -Familiesoking STATE OFFERS NO. 1 tioner and a Washington sectionof terpreter of that law
to from the executive director of The beauty culture board bat
forward cheaper
ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY "' the Florida Special, on their
T. L JONES. ;i the beauty culture board on that employed private attorneys tav f
udti, 'l butter, autos, refrlgera- Ae"m"WINAL Inaugural runs of the winter
Tampa Dec. 18IFNSI Aa"r HAVANA. ILL. season last subject. handle their legal work
and the like\ may us well ( -the Saturday, brought
?? \ South has moved from the unenviable R. ,. D.2 capacity loads of visitors south
hopeful sights on .
M their position as the nations reports George L Oliver, passenger t
No. 1 economic problem to Its traffic manager of the "JOE"MOSLEY
tloitiy prices are high\ due to No; 1 economic opportunity in / November 6, 'WltTVr. Florida East Coast Railway., The
American are spendPartly -
,, speed the last 10 years. J. A. Dart' of trains are''heavily. booked
.- they will continue! Jacksonville, president of the throughout the remainder of
lib, because of goods movingthe Florida National Bank, told this month and January
K Western European!) naoni members of the Southeast Bhlp- The Florida Special Inaugurates PLUMBING

which may get aid under pars Advisory Board here .. g. B. Kraft, Manager : Its Nth season as a deluxe
ManhaU plan. Dart citeddevelopment of the Martin. all-Pullirian aristocrat between JOBBfyG
County Chamber of Commons CONTRACTING(
It U a complicated picture. cattle and newsprint\ Industriesas Stuart New York and the Florida East
In Itut
several guesses
hew art a departure from the-old two- Coast; the Vacationer carries
this Is the way the Presl! luxury coaches from New York, ALL WORK
crop economy. Relying less on \Dear) Mr. grafts 1UARANTEEDPHONE
at% council of economic adixn such specialties as textile and coaches sleepers and observation RAINS LDG. 311

figures It out: lumber the South now 1s turn t have received and reid. with crest Interest the booklet which from Washington; while I
Americana are eating and buy. ing to production of you the Washington section of the
r F a tremendous lot more than chemicals farm diversified 'were kind *nOu"h to send m concerning Fuming, Ranching:, and In-J.mt.ry Florida Special has all-Pullman
a did In the 1835-39 period aluminum auto equipment in Martin County Florida. This U a grand piece of work and I fully equipment All three trains are '
tut kind of eating sends more other industries. He assembly said cattle and appreciate the amount of work It took .to organize, collect, and frrpol-ly' dlesel-powered Highest Casl For Your Car I

oney Into the .groceries' andck raising Is one of the greatest present the Mterlal. Leaving New York 930: a.m.,
to the farms Prices rise .. although is opportunll1 not I Washington 1:25: p.m., the Vacationer 4 NT TAK FIVE MINUTES i
hat's more, people have the yet a ,real contribution I asi especially Impressed by the vary honest approach. 'The booklet Is due In Stuart at 1:11:
greet .to spend. They .saved as It Is necessary to Import as teed long points out that special conditions Mist which affect the skill of the' a.m. the New York section of the We can pay V>u the O P. A. limit for your ear which .
----- out- r-tate farner. I think Will is the only way to sla proposition Florida Special arrives here 1:16: is as m\ch aa yoJ can get anywhere and ;\
CONFECTIONERIES SELL such as you have. lou have plenty down there to Interest people strictly p.m. and the Washington section
STV-ART Sales of on its merit. I've seen so many hiSs: pressure promotion schemes and the at 3:08 p.m.Northbound. [AY WHIN THE LAW
COMMISSION confectionery' products literature all SWUM< to think they had to promise the limit in tverything. then trains made
CITY In the South the
during first 10 SUN&ISEI MOTOR CO. j
In humble their first trip Monday. The New
months of 1947 tfj opinion the only kind of promotion that will last la one
Meetingsr totaled nearly that extols'th ,York section of, the Florida
Regular $30000000 C. Parker Persons, msrlts honestly calls attention too the problems It 311-X South Dixie
evens to ms that you have don this In a vary fair way and the kind of Special 1s scheduled to leave 4
'8:00 P. M. regional director of the U. S. Department people that you will attract with this kind. of telling; are the kind who Stuart at 2:33' p.m., the Washington Fort Pierce, Fla\ f Telephone 190
2nd and 4th of Commerce, report will stick and make your County prosper section at 12:S3 p.m. and
ed. the Vacationer will leave Stuart

WEDNESDAYSStuar during the war.' L partly through; I've often thought: of tilt nice hospitality which you lave im during<< 6:18: pin.WATSON.

Cilr i Hallays patriotism\ partly because OPA ny brief visit to Stuart a few years are.. I have not since had t'he DENOUNCES

> held prices down. opportunity of coming down that way but I look forward to some rut re BEAUTY CARE RULING Your \\jale
Welcome Came the end of the war and time whin it nay be possible. I shall be glad If you will remember moneyearn i:
Public AI .labor generally got two round m' to son! ot the gentlemen whom I met Tallahassee;Dec. 18.-Attorney -
of wage Increases. Workers had General Tom Watson call
l more money to spend but the Kith kindest personal regards and all geed wishes, 'I an., ed It'"absurd"' for the secretaryof
To Treat more they spent the higher; the State Board of Beauty
Quik prices went and the less they Very truly yours., Culture to attempt to prohibit
got for their money The mili- women from doing their own i
collected mustering out khampoolng and manicuring: at 12 .
Broicbitis tary pay f fI
and spent It. Now veterans are I ',, ,r--: 'p..(.". I home. II U0r
leave \ .. Be declared the board does
spending their terminal .' (.. 1 I
lltts may '
If "
blon develop '
.reek : '
: I have
", 'I : not the legal right tolllllitiiltiiMiiliiiiiliiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiTiTii
M,or acute bron- paySo T... J onB} may/ I nnum' : '
Is no l and you cannotwltnanymedl prices have jumped 66 per

n cent since 1939 The dollar you fUle" .r...... -...... Refre Yourself n ti tiI
1 i CnomuMoa worth 77
had in 1946 Is now Savings '
rise seat of the area
goes rids .1
land expel coin cents. The dollar you had In When Ob t Our Way
phlegm aid nature to 1939 Is now worth 34 cents Ace unts
nteandl '.tender Inflamed the movementof
At this point The Federal Sav an&Loan Insurance Corpora
iwhtaliCnomulilon ram* abroad through; 1948 ow"M Am OHM.m N EA IL'SSHOP igs
( eeehwooa goods tion insures indivii lal, acclints to 5000. Husband
.jBWtth other enters the picture Through CHICAGO a ILLINOIS MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY.
fated IaI i for coughs.natter 1947 It amounted to only $14,900 I and wife may hays otal of 15,000, fully insured.
e 000000 as compared with ourtoti --,. OD First Federal savftgs acco pts are legal Investments

nhsntrlM] mWdrit to ,) production of about $230 REPLACING: BUOYSAT LIVESTOCK BRINGS for Trust Funds, a'' well as 1 nds held by Guardians,
DimaboMleolndmtandln twithr 000.000.COO. Even so. It all those INLET HERE ROGER BABSON'S S3W,000 IN WEEKJacksonville OUNT N DRINKS Administrators ant Executor t)
mail like goods w re to stay at home next SA WIC S A COFFEE "
It rest andmgr you W yeac-H!;. would lend to drive home The U. S. Coast Guard buoy Dec. 11. livestock I IAN WN, FLA. allorWfeite

w your money I (Adv.) prices down :._ tender and replacing"Althea"the Is channel overhauling buoysat 1948 OUTLOOK'COMING handled through 12 reporting 11111115111 111111 IIIIIIIIIIISI1111lI1111111Junk

IIIsnwl nnouuunluulllIHUUiIHlllluuuuunuunnunuuuuuIf St. Lncle Inlet Stanley Kltch- Florida markets brought FIRST FEDERALLoan ] r
Your Coiffure i E Ing chairman of the Florida Inland producers an estlmaUd grand
You Harent Changed
,In the Last Six Months Its Time You j::I' mission Navigation announced District today cos e. IN NEWS total of approximately $300000 WE BU Loan ssociation

Didl I Lady Our Expert Hair Stylist ::: "The channel at the Inlet Is during the last weekly sales per wreckedcopper s, scrap .

las A New Collection of Exciting j greatly improved over what It iod according to figures consolidated anSI ss. of IiVERO |ian River County ,..
Famed Economist's Predict
lair-Do's. i_ was last winter he said "and this week In Jacksonville EACH, FLORIDA
i goes almost straight out at pres tions For Year in offices of Florida State Markets. O' .
PHONE 72-M Jan. I Issue 1512.20th Street \ Dial 2137
mt. The U markets moved 4.976 hogs AUTOSouth AR
For Your' Appointment j The channel cnange Is attrib- '
R. W. Sede] ick Secretary-Treasurer
uted to the September hurricane. The Stuart Mews will publish and 2,670 cattle. Four State-op ,
Roger W. Babsons BUSINESS erated markets and seven Inde- Dix High Member Federiu. owe Loan Bank and Federal ;

Jense Beach Beauty Salon i i Governor Winthrop of Mammas AND FINANCIAL OUTLOOK pendents reported cash total sales of Fort prce Savings ai Loan Insurance Corp. "
which gave a grand
ENSEN BEACH,FLA. j EnillUlIlIIlIlIIlIIlII1 chusetta 18S1 to launched trade with a (0-ton the Dutchon shipIn FOR 1948 On Jan 1. $27108030 The eighth Inde-i Phon 129 Current dividend ate.

IIIIIIIi Long Island We art calling this feature toN pendent market for which the 1
your tion because handled 490 hogs and 82 cattle. .. .. 3w> $1//
-- 18" may problems r
of business statistics -
bring World .

I ,," harmon y: That was more than forty-five
leading to a years ago. Today his weekly sta-
long peace or.' tistical and financial reports are
World discord read by thousands of business

which may men and his research work is
eventually l carried .on >y. a large staff of I
:r;' \ _w.w- lead to a war workers :
.-'r -' founded Babson
'. approarrun g Mr. Babson
... t
annihilation Institute for men and. In co- t
Mr. Babsons 1948 OUTLOOKwill operation with Mrs Babson, developed -
'I .I contain 50 Forecast' cover- Webber College for I

Y:> Ing such Important topics as: women-both nationally-known 5 ""y FOR.Ap/
General Business educational Institutions. Here RAfJ
Commodity Prices young men and women may concentrate tgKE
Farm Outlook more In the fundamentals .
Lower Taxes and less on the frills of

Retail Salts business .
Foreign Trade More recently he has completed DEmOPINGTOUTFITSFILMS
Labor Outlook the arrangements for another
Inflation College named "Utopia" which Is
Stock Market located In Eureka Kansas the
Bonds center of Mr. Babsons "Magic
Real Estate Circle Here people of all ages
PoliticsAmerican may check their,financial well- ALBUMS
at the Mayo i ;
i business has no more being much as
i Clinic they would check their
\Inspiring personality than Roger -
I physical well-being. He Is also
W. Baboon Internatlonally-
known business commentator and reviving an Interest In Sir Thomas GADGET BAGS '

0 Investment adviser An out : More who-400 years age-: .
WITH FLORIDA standing feature of his philosophy 'outlined In his "Utopia" the only
has been his lifelong Insistence I solution to our problems. CASESCHEMICALS r ,
on the Importance of I To millions of newspaper readers k
religion In business. Mr:Babson Is best known by
IS', Born In I8TS reared In an old- i his familiar weekly stories on PAPER '
fashioned atmosphere hard business which appear In more ;f

work and hustle on a farm In I than 308 papers throughout ACCJCSSOHES

tied $as. 000 np.rbe I"-- d"dgg Gloucester, Mr. Baboon went to. North America. Of' unbounded *
ea as I W. Babson has
Ids eg.etrkal deem, SAW twsd.ss gw w the Massachusetts' Institute of I probably energy, Roger done more than any :w:s.oe W..e'osA.r Fine aIfI.e J Jtt f
Technology Upon graduatingIn to loth A.et.w ..e 101.4 ,.eel
MaqTo 1898, he turned Instinctivelyto other man to bring statistics M.M.MTM ::.ssrei a NO A
date, geed e w g tog bias hive Mew seapb financial and business activities \life, to instil a brooded vision In a
a re..ta sad MIkea. A &-A pJ.als are aeries .sspb. II businessmen, and to publicize
t Seaford ad Miami wr pred.ede a.padty sddltl..s will seat His exertions,, however under- II the ps-and-downs'of the business eV

be able that of prsw.r 0-ad ,ebdoled mined his health, he contracted cycle, v _
6 1931 will triple gs tuberculosis and he was sent es r
Mead w wt bees, .agJkhed w beat dl lmitkq West "as good aa dead!" R was )it t.ls estimated much that It requires to
I is so while he was convalescing from about twice II' power '
delay, ma, Nun ee .f this dread malady that he worked I crank a gasoline( engine( at 10 degrees Model 312eitoa
of 1M w i .It Frot rahrenheitasrtSOdepeies..ESmENTIALLOTS .
every :K p 1e peke. sits w1.we Out some of the possibilities

whim we Mve s.ask year t'Feed -


Of yes msy be The castes. regress is0"wo ... Meters Federal l Enlargers t
teed is at t .,.do...eh"sle..awe -. .. rkM > PRIV L
a Lids 1Mg r: ,
.. .

..} You Can Build.$125 to Suit to $200 Yg No City Taxes. TATTLE'S ''CARA SHOPi I

Available.O .
IIl,1IN'i, $ Street and Sidewalk* tricity



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PEANUT QUEEN GOES TO WORK -=-_ weather disease (land ha hot WARREN TOPS POLL.

i I : BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON I See Where. '; ', been season reported). Because In Florida of the way this ON SALES GOVERNORSHIP TAX OPPOSED, INKS
: ( .
t In which It attacks Plcardy petal ,
: >y.W. B. (Bill) Mitchell
I > and floret, Curvularia Is Fuller Warren prospective '48

: ', SOUP There are only S more shop considered a serious threat to candidate for Governor gained
'I'' I, ping days till Christmas .yi totl this and. Other susceptible va 2 per cent In strength the put
f C OICE OF SEVERAL if EATS rieties.Curvularia
0-0 : ; be controlled month in hi* race'and would REDI MIX
may '
I- I :Salad read and Butter Better have a few Christmas h. ., L .,. ." by spraying leaves and splksones lead a five-man field with J3 per CONCRETE
If cards on hand so you will havea or twice weekly with a mix cent or 195,000 votes were'the
f Coffee 0' a Hot or Iced ." .
I' : last minute card to send to r ture of liquid dlthane, tine sulphate election held now, state a political
have forgotten ... / ': and limn u recommended R INFORCING
some one you ::0.. survey and poll released
by the manufacturers, and also
75WESERVJ until their card arrives spraying bulblets and plants this Week by 3. B. Abram, Statewide IEEE,
h o--o from which spikes have been cut. public relations counselor
The old saying: "I am not ,
Spraying once weekly probably and labor consultant: CO '
mailing many Christmas cards 1s sufficient unless there are ,
The poll stated it found sentiment !
1 1I' this year-only to' a few close rain or unsprayed Infected BL CKS
f It U also 51 per cent against a sales
I friends and then you nail plants growing nearby
tax and 41 per cent for such a
t to/spray
I' Howe, Johnson's Turnout Ice Cream about a hundred. volunteer Important plants. or destroy' tax, a !finding termed unusual STEEL A INlj
I It o o Inasmuch as all previous poll WIN
II I Opens 2 Hours A Day/ 7 Day A Week A visit to surrounding town j.i III TAX COLLECTIONS GAIN have found, a majority much WS,
will prove to you that Stuart has Nearly $2,000,000 more waa collected l-; more emphatic 'against such a
t I'I On S. No. 1 At lJuiantowa Road a variety and display of Christmas r- from Southeastern residents tax. MASO Y WHy' ,

merchandise comparable to <, r; ,j'r In State Inheritance and Russia R ND,
/' estate taxes during the fiscal Alexander liberated
any of the other towns. Remenv ;. ; ; year 1M7 than In fiscal 1048, according 20,000,000 serfs at the time CEM NTP
BRUCandIHARRY'SHE ber to shop at home first 3 ;;; ;.' 1.1" : to C. Parker Persons, of the American Civil War which n 746 ort"Piona

o-O" w ., ., I.\"I"tl ., regional director of the U.S. Department resulted In the freeing of the
The winter season 1s on us .' I ; 'I<""f.;, .,,\ of Commerce. slaves
'. ,
: PLAC/ TO STOP again. Remember, when the ', <.: .,

.. Chamber of Commerce Sailfish j ,. : '
FrI '
Club and other civic bodies'ask; : .... '
Fin Foo4anJ Service for contribution-don'i .1.0 '
I l' Super you your 1.. ", ;
fall to respond, for they are constantly : o-.... ? Ff r"
for the good of
< working Lois Jean Fussell, chosen queen of the 1947 peanut festival, pitches .
and for
I the community In with the stacking\ of peanut vines at Chip) .. These are Dixie ..::---
I.: 1I and better winter seasons. Florida fare '
I runner vines especially adapted to .
f- o-o '
I' .: the Hats off to the Vets football k W .. -
I Announcing Opening ]
l team and committee that helped ,New Fungous DiseaseOf

f make the intersectional game

f 1 lot t with Endlcott,. N. Y. such 'a State's Gladioli Identified

\ howling success Such events SEE U FJKST OR I
1 1I
help put Stuart on the map.Even -
,/ : FORTi PIERCE though we lost the game- Bradenton, Dee. II. A new rapidly toward the veins, and .1
I I Stuart u a whole won. The fungous disease that attack spot two weeks old may be J 2 I PHONEFOR UART 66 11

t Endlcott delegation had a taste eaves, stems and flawen of Inches long. Black spores resembling

ot Good Old Southern Hospitality gladiolus and'II a potentially powder show up In the
ARMATURE CORP. serious threat to Florida' extensive center of the affected area In BUILD MATERIAL NEEDS 5
glad Industry unless two or three days Most of the
I' :' I o-oSomewere prompt control measures are spots are found between the
and others
Ii surprised taken was recently Identified by middle and the tip of the leaf.
\ amused when John Mann Dr. R. O. Magle of the Florida I When the disease attack the
: ; ELECTRKAL MOTORSELECTRICAL r'k wu sent In as guard In the Agricultural: Experiment Station stem and bud sheath It U characterized CA LUMBER CO."

d f : I lineup against Endlcott, but Vegetable Crops Laboratory.The I by small brown and
EQUIPMENT disease, according to Dr. oval spots with sunken edges.
k the1100n found out that John Magle, la caused by the fungus These spots grow rapidly, and STUART FLORIDA
t knew football u he was In most Curvularia and observed for which
product many spores
: I i Repair and Rewound plays. Mann was altar guard the; first time In Florida last August change the color of the affected
i on the varsity of his college team
on glade on the east coast area from brown to black. Edges
: J WE BUY AND SfLL ELECTRICAL MOTORS In Texas foe two years. He was but has been found since on of petals may be browned In a
also a guard on the varsity basketball plantings In Northern Florida manner similar to Botyrtla; Infection
I IIi.I. AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT team. and on the Quit Coast. On glad petal edges ot Plcardy
0-0 leaves the disease shows up as glade may be turned to lavender.,
Ii... Stuart should I have more round tan spots about the size Plcardy, Wanda, Corona, and
iff fi benches placed around the of a< pinhead but they grow Vredenburg varieties are quite
' 1 streets for the comfort of our to the Curvularia
I Fort Urmature susceptible
Piercj Corp. tourists
I' Almost time to hang up that disease but most otter common
vy II, |1. Across Cauifwlr On South Island 0-0 194J Calendar. The Stuart News varieties appear to be resistant
The crowd at the Carlton ho
;j.t' j. has one for you. Just drop. .In When observed for the
tel Is planning a good old fashioned x
Curvularta\ ,
,, I and ask for time last summer
Christmas dinner of turkey Ito disease resembled Botyrtl dlc
t1'.tS'a!( a!(tt(ilI{ t( IE tIt( and all the trimmings. ''Mom Merry Christmas to you an.. seas, but the latter 1 ta a I. ,
Leonard u she Is affectionatelyknown .
j'" will assist the boys In

Christm Suggestions ; having a Happy"-Christmas.The Just A Suggestion

world would bj much better FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT.
I off If we all would have a Buy A Beautiful Piece of

I 't spirit little 365 more days,of In the the year.Christmas Peaceon GLAZKD GARDEN POTTIPALMOLITYloG eSi Now in Stock

x.! earth good will toward men.
; I II
I A kind word or deed goes along BIN
ways and never cost much. 01.
\ 0-0 Driving frki Stuart, First TurnJRight

It seems much harder to develop AfrV Crossing Bridge
jl. good habits than bad ones
I o-c.
aOs, ChriitiMfsslectlon
t The defeated candidates at
If the last city election seem to ef new
d.' t have taken their defeat In good rhilce odl.s end
I I spirits with their chins up. J ..dl..Ph.n..phl
o-o FOR .
en display.Excelleni
1 One of the most essential factors b new

f I. :; Dresses f for success In any organization chelcs, Ryes
Is "team work. ewe.. In Pal

I Ii'i'' Robe a t 0-0 MachineCALL Work 4i nee. Easy Ie"""""'
> J,; Yesterday Is gone, today U always p J
I Pajama Sptsfr "I here, and tomorrow never

Pajama 1 i', comes. o-o

III' '. :, ; l. A Christmas greeting In the SWART 33 '
Y Stuart Bevels:! like mailing 3,900 PHILCO 1203. Charming Radio honograpb

j i ((1 : GOwng i t rt Christmas cards. .4. with Philco Automatic R \ !
I ; ; o-o ntv <9<> Changer r
t 't/
d Slips Gj / Two women In a restaurantwere Stuart Mame Service sic
, : Pumra \ eagerly gossiping about a Plays up to 11 records autom y. I* needles to
neighbor when the waitress who change. A marvel of quiet, quick pen&a. Featherweight
t Bed Ja k'ts hid overheard them approachedtheir
tone inn protect records.J>'w f"lei
.* Pantle r table and asked: "Are you IncoBDolated ads with superb cone. Hardy cabinet. oa.QV" .
women ready for your saucer of
+ milk?"
Scarfs 0-0 *
( pis Half 'p II e Stuart Is the winter play- THIICO ,Uo-lVOn
f I it ground for northern tourist, M POWERFUL ILCO Ulna 'inure cable model radio toNOB
1 Handl 0 ed the new city commission can "330" P ABU l plastic cabinet Powerful B* aewwat.devtk

Belts I play Santa Claus by giving them circuit, tro- namic apeskef super! tone
i some new playthings-such u a needs red she l aerial. 6 Philco tubes, including r"n
Blouafj tennis courts, a swimming pool, Sensitive.Plays Built.in loop antenna.

etc. /reins, lanes, Luge illuminated di.L07 On
fj'6 ,* Skirts Be sure to mail 0-0 those Christ S PERM ADS AHEAD mote location 9.80 A fine Cbriumss gift,$J f i.rBatoeeyACa '

mu cards and present today, -a
and don't forget your Christmas.. Drive Mety fit It* TV*

p l 't JIfrj + seals k good on cause each package.They help That's '?T.. "for Eery Teyme gher Phtko,tlfodele front S19.95 Uj*

o-o Non-SkM
A certain doctor recently received
frj- RE D LA LEY
a call from an excited GOODJnrEAR _
mother: "Com quick; doctor- "
Ills 1 Ino. come quJck.ThI doctor Inquired WtATHM Wedn des is 81 SDAV 1" .
IES' APPAREL "what baa happened?" The .
mother replied "Junior ha Just
tl { 107 South' econ Street Fort PierM i' swallowed his mouth organ'"Be /.RAT SUIDpt .- irz
I' I calm, lady," he replied, ."and be CTIOO34x,1
!! thankful that he wasnV playing:
>>>> he'piano. 00SEWGE XXX His Ind Redo Raw

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unuunuuuuulluuuunHlunuunnnuumnuunnnnnunuuunununuun Christmas is over, remove the $9,WO,DM IN' TAXESCorporations Persons regional director of'tbiV.

Notes of Interest To Veterans Special Safety j tree create as hazards soon as In possible the home as they and I paid a total of $0.-I 8. Department of Commerce.

040,000 In' taxes into treasuries of,
have been the cause of
Practices many Canal
Rental for the Panama
George H Moore V A. Contact Officer Urged homes burning down, six States of the Southeast during -i
s At office of H. R iowery. Jr I Fort Pierce Headquarters Christmas Is a time of solemnity the fiscal year 1M7, an Increase Zone right of way constituted
r 1 to 4 p:.m:.Monday':. : : 105 Atlantic Ave During HolidaysEveryone Celebrate' It with dignity, of $205,000 over 1949 fiscal 37 per cent of Panama national I
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of compensation and -t would like to appear before ---- -- --
pensions to Veterans and their the VA rating board to more than ever during l
dependents has long been one of explain my application for compensation 1 the holiday should practice I
the safety from the time they get up HOME-MADE
fundamental missions of the DELICIOUS
Will VA pay the traveling : '
Irk 4'i Veterans Administration. Thru In the morning until they go tohPA
expenses 1 Incur?
may .
at nltht The streets' and
compensation and pension payments A.-No. All expenses you may f
highways are crowded with autos G GA
the Government seeks to Incur going to or from a VA rat. and people who are bent on ndy, r Ch i t
Ing board must bj borne
repay Its obligation to these who by you Christmas shopping and their
served It In time of need, Here Q-I receive compensation mind .U not on accident ;{ AND THE7 HOLIDAYS
are the answers to some of the Injuries Incurred while In the Do not use your car tor window
questions former, servicemen Army Do I have to show 'the shopping, Play tale park your BUROT'S FRUIT CAKE
4 regularly ask contact represen- amount of compensation I receive car wherever you can, use a bus um and brandy soaked)
tatives about compensationclaims In making out 'my Income and do your shopping In a late ISCIOUS PECAN ROLLS
:' tax report? way_ By leaving your car, you OELICIOOS FUDGE
Q- Is there any difference I A.-No, H' Is unnecessary to will reduce congestion on the (Seven Kinds from which to Choose).
between the terms "compensation" it recta 'and also reduce the
show pension or compensation STUCKY'S SUGAR SPICED NUTS
and "pension" as used by payments In an Income tax report chance of you and your family PRALINES S
Veterans Administration In describing being Involved In an accident
veterans benefits? and spoil and someone else's
1 A.-The terms -com n8atlon-' Q.-I draw 100 per cent disability Christmas your HRISTMAS CANDY and Jelly Drops

and "pension" are different and Injuries compensation due to service because In !the of Be sure to place your Christmas ; t/ We hate' reputation for Good Candy
are not used to describe the Navy Will I continue to draw tree away from the fireplace and e guard it carefully,
i I same type of benefit. Under the my compensation If I move to and use only electric bulbsto N e Christmas-wrap your candies ,
laws administered by VA "com Australia? I decorate the tree When b Pncel poit from coast to coast

Landts, (!eM? American film pensatlon" Is used to describe A,-Y s. Residence has no
) actress Ui London
to<< take part cash benefits, other than re- I A.-Dependency will be held I
bearing on compensation entitlement Mil d Heath's Sweets
.is a command performance with British stars, shakes hands with tirement payable for service- to exist If your parent do not j tRAINS '
FVijipy, Patricia Rocs pet dog at I rcheal'llUl. connected disability or death. haw an, Income sufficient to BLDG, STUART
-- --- Pension Is used to describe non- Q.-Under what circumstances provide reasonable maintenance
ser !ce-conn"cted monetary can I claim that my parents are for themselves and members of
Fishes Elsewhere For 20 Years- benefits, my dependents? their family under legal age. .
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Sail First Out Here 1 .' ... .I I
Gets Day .
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I. Xxlder Ken of HaverfordPi I NAVAL BASE PROPERTY I

.-who has fished Florida wa- AVAILABLE FOR LEASE. a
ten for some JTO years after an Government -owned property
ttaslvf sailfish, without catching consisting of 1294 acres, adjacent -
lJDt-todayll the proud<< possesor to the Naval Air Station,I
Miami. Is available for leasing
gf i Stuart Sailfish Club Release for agricultural and grazing K /
Button purposes. Bids are being accepted i
Bi caught his first sailfish on 1 until Jan. S by the public
his Drst.day out of tit. Lucie Intel works officer, Naval Air Bases
Command, Naval Air Station aa
recently -. and chalked up
I _
mother on his second! day on, The property, located Just
lilt local sallflshlng grounds, south of the Inactivated portionof
ind now Joins the great throngrecagnWng the Miami Naval Air Station, ; I IWe
Stuart as "the Ball- will be divided Into two portions I
lib Capital 'of Florida" with 752 acres being leased for GIFTS
He fished with Johnson Whit- grazing and about 542 acres
tear of Port Bewail, brought hereby available for agricultural purposes -I a | carry the most |
i friend and associate, HomerL << Both leases will cover a r -
of Merton, Pa, who has period of one year and will be =_ complete line i
bent coming to Stuart for the renewable annually for a total "!:"'
slashing for years. Mr. Evans of five yean Bids may be sub { | of light Her With A Set ByCOSMETICS I It'
aught four sailfish, releasing mitted for either or both leases i
tote Both men were accorded by the same Individual or organization I fI '
Release. Buttons,
Ouelts at the Pelican, they He'll be pleased with and Elizabeth Arden aMen'
\toM Orover King that both RETAIL SALES tP; | f
would be regular annual fishing Gains In retail sales were registered gift set by King's Men,)
itslton from now on Mr Kridernmmented for most cities of the Old | Toiletries 1 Yardley. ', .. '
that the fish he Southeast In October comparedwith CourUley, Yardley, ..' n rN"a -
ought put Up marvelous aerial the same month last year, Spice,. Williams or 1 In Martin County iI Cara Nome !
battles "more spectacular than according to C, Parker Persons, ::
IDJT I have been. .caught on:trip>, regional director of the V a De- Mennen's. :t(i vw
tonortda." of Commerce. DuBarry-
partment = 1\
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The public. : is, invited tj = Evening I In Paris I.i.

= drop in and inspect r

Speed T rillsRANG I display of = 1 CotsChristmas
I JBifts i f! Max Factor

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Orange Blossom ,

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GENUINE LEATHER 'usei Druggists 1| Old South r;

BILL FOLDS $200 UPKiriten Old Spice "' ;,
Duty | 41
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Pipes and = At All I Times | ; RevlonDresser

Cigarette Holders. ?_ 8

Kaywoodie Pipes. = pt us fill your |1 k 1

Yellow Bowl Pipes. ?_ Prescriptions. | I '

I Careful 1: Capable and | L '; ..I
mas-wrapped Cigars, Cigarettes and POJ or = eu It Wfl. a

ST. T5Races. Brands of Tobacco piclent | lQLttl1.. iMA//1 }VU
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t Nc! tuart e\tJ\ I'M COUNTING' ON YOU! WHAT It seems WILL to THE be universally DOLLAR BUY believed that the principal // eaocs=: '

\1'' labor organizations wilt demand new and substantial wage HorticalturaUySpeakinlTht r

increases early next year.
'i I Published every Thursday, at The'steady rise in the cost of living may justify this. o- :=:::.ollo

Stuart Martin County, Florida But at the same time the rank and file of labor as well as /faOowinf trticlt mat prtttnted at the aandolneett" rt

I I. P by Stuart Dally Newt, Inc, a tho the union leaders should give serious thought to what con- floridt Stalf HerUcuitunl I Society it St fetenlxug, Noueeae j .0(94i.

1! I Florida corporation i 'LEA"PLATE tinued wage boosts without any Improvement In worker' CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK ,

Entered a* second-class: mall ? 1 productivity will mean. ."..
; ,I I matter at the poat office at The worker's real interest is not merely In how many or EABWORMS A1TAC&INC.SW:: >rETCORN ... ,
I t Stuart, Florida under the Acta dollars hit pay envelops contains It is, indeed, in how E. O. Kekhelmer, Entomologist
> of March t, leit, Ug'tea much food cjothing) housing and everything else those .Vegetable Oops Laboratory 1i1.

I .." A FREE PRESS I' dollars will buy. In Germany after the first war, labor Florida Agricultural Experiment Station/ .... I
: 34 YEARS OF SERVICE received billions of marks a day But those billions of Bradenton, Florida I

t I .. and 'I'll. al.N DNIr NMI ... LewN.I .1, marks. wouldn't buy enough to keep a family alive. That Ever since the oil 4- pyres iron ear treatment/!! has been in
I at d. ft..... TIC 0. flr.1twiMT _I is always the result of unbridled inflation. the control of earwonns I In sweetcorn, work has been eta
f fu
i A FREE PEOPLE ublMH"4 *:mat :". Apri w:. One of the for high prices is that progrm to tr
; commodity
111 and Ito M reasons .
.. ( u ii>r an easier but equally effective mean of( control"This di!
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I I 1 Rheh......-.. I. IKIT tu.N.r."NULt.d 1M II...... IMIIr Howe'n the wave of wage increases which followed the last war some of the) newer organic Injoctkklei' and tlwic ponjitie. uw
; was I..... OoKlHi. II. mil lu _h.1 war not accompanied by more per man. In mans troll for the o.
... ..... below
I Ir villtlim foiMLMBLK I
t"na tit
I I C .... -Ido' 1Jo:........ w 1 key industries output has been the 1941 level. In .N'Worml. 'FIRST TEST ,) _

A I I 1 1s either words l. the emphasis has been'on more pay for less In the fall 011 1948, 3 ear. treatment., a 3 percent DOT? dUll M
ID.Ik A. 1"NNINGlla .. .._.0.1 II....... Work That is a suicidal doctrine and carried to the ultimate oil 0.S ni
I hftNtM'r: F. 4YUNe .A."II.1 ........ sn 4- percent pyrethrum infection were compared in s tan,
-- conclusion will cause complete deterioration of the block of loana sweetcorn, la i
grown cover, series r
crop >
RATA I"'fillW'ntilatt' |
SUH9CRiPTION .1.'j purchasing of the dollar and economic chaos on a
'j power *. The dust plot received 4 applications
directly to tin
wt Moll 0. YNr UA1 T.e TNN. .. *INANrtldM grand scale. -- nit fa
....... .Irsi when the silks were well out and before pollination had
'. fats ;';--0;. ';;-.nll..tba. 'I'll. ......-.... aNN/N .... feral. H I Ih A few top labor leaders have emphasized these facts place, and the other at S day Intervals. The oil series received tdsu

: i t iM. A.......... 1'..;. iII''.Nf/.INIM Neel:/ ..M..txFd.h..hjvth".bl.: .::.;;,: :.pbIkltka... ; of on ..w.. lately and have told their memberships that greater production treatment when the sllki had wilted. There was a very heavy MHt-mlly, i I
--- is essential the living standards: of the country are tines of the fall armyworm, Laphygmf fruglptnla (A. 4 5.1 smoim&tto ,
11ii PRESS
OF : ASSOCIATED to be protected. It all comes back to the fact that we can'tget 93' percent of the total worm population. The "

I. J' 'h. A..M....1.l.Md...... P..M..,MMld.. 11.11111. I. .eta...104 M.N.eI..I..I!"r 4_u to".II tit. .Mr.u for AP Nrubllnll..1... _..pa..__au tit rI something for nothing-we must pay for everything in were the corn earworm. HeliathU/ trmiffn (llbn."remaining), This/:h nutJk pcjna
one fashion or another. Labor, like any other group, must
use) proportion of species. but both of these' worms comiiKniK, ut 5
+ ---"--- '- The entire field) was dusted I time l for budworm, wing 3 ntajt

'l'I Worthy of Meditation tfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii : THE FABLE OF THE TWO AMBASSADORSTwo DDT distributed with a crank duste when the mm was 12 hi. I 11 !Iucl),?

I I I I I I I I I iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I I I I :II I IIII \.jp. Ambassadors, whose estates were separated only high. It received subsequent applications 3 percent 01 XT. I ; by the imaginary line of the boundary between their with duster when the tassels
,' nations applied a puff were forming
Money h the hunk of things but not the .
I, : kt'rnt'l. It brings may food, but many not appetite, medicine ). engaged in a dispute over their respective holdings .The DDT killed uniH instar.Jarvae& of the fall armyw knn' bill, wit
I you ; Save an Bread. Meat and Eggs Both being men of refinement and culture, having Ineffective against 5th Instar and mature fall armywtjrmi. In ft.
health but
but not : acquaintances. not friends servants
I been selected their nations the mature larvae rolled/ .in the 3 DDT dust
but not faithfulnells: days of joy but not peace or happpineae. .ca.aoc: : : :::=:loa -oa os-ono by as exemplifying cream were percent and they nurulnl\
of citizenship they approached the problem as two gentlemen and produced] normal t motris. Rcnilli.' There Will priulicully no d
I 1' -Jle rik Ibsen. NE COMMENT and easily reached an understanding without the ference between the oil and dust treatments In the percentage' nl'1narl.( ".

;" WSjind necessity of going to court. able ear produced, or in the number absolutely! worm frn> Threw" '

I THE COMMERCE DRIVE 0====:: _.=:::::: ooorone: The. pair continued to enjoy a neighborly associationof centage of marketable ears for the dust treated plots. wo. 1)6) 4 ptttrIt
ideas their wives played bridge together and their as compared to 84.5 percent fur the oil treated silks The ,
Martin County Chamber of Commerce drive will be BEST WISHES this week to the new City Commission, % p.-1
launched the first week with 50 loluni Kenneth Stint- children were companions-until one day there arose a of worm free ears for the dust treated was 85.9 percent and, tel.)3 -
in January, some \ composed of Paul Hoenshel Arle Stuart U I
cent for the toil treated silk.. .!
i tl, leer canvassers to contact every business mJn>< in the community melt, Jack Coleman and Bob Baker All these men are dispute about the national boundary liner One! Ambass- TABLE t' ''f'
real for Stuart-and sador threatened to send an Army of 20 million men
sincere In their desire to do a job they of '
A 2 Treatment for
Comparison Control
t!, To make the task of these men easier, please. .. cooper- deserve the backing ofevery one of us. The News also against the other's nation, blockade its ports bomb its of Com. Earworms r
: atp hy loving them your Check or pledges. extends a friendly baud to the others who were in the race, industries, kill its citizens. The other Ambassador threat .- rn

You live in Martin County and are able to see tangible both in the primary and in the general election, '-U.. B. ened to drop atomic bombs wipe out whole cities spread N. N M. t s.W. Ion e.NNI PAst Wt:
I enefils from the Chamber What if lived radioactive and reduce his neighbor's na. "alst.'i.i' w.. M.rk.l. M.rtM.4
II every day. you Rains Henry P. Lyons Phil Pence Boyne MtPherson and poisonour ray .!IhMrN& D.s.. T .I FN .b1, .n,
at far away as Pasadena, Calif., and your only interest U J. Vollrath. All these men volunteered for a thankless tion to rubble. UDT_.... "u t-EL-'TI1 ee Ir- -"r/ '' j'.i.III. : .

I 1\\ is in Martin County happened to be your ownership of apiece civic task in full sincerity and win, lose or draw, their Why did not the two Ambessadors settle their own .'..1'110.1.al'"011..110.. ,. SIS 1>.S sill .S.S .... tit
Ij i I I" )( of vacant property here? Would you be among the willingness to serve deserves recognition.. land dispute! by threatenign to kill each other's wives and
d I "' drat! to send in your check? C children burn down each other's houses and turn each The *
,4 1 biggest difference: was in the number fit worms rnlrrta/. .tl
: :< l Roger lladonnci of Pasadena Calif, Is a Chamber IT'S NO cinch to be Stuart City Commlsloner at civilized
I r a other's holdings into rubble Because they were ears through the husks at the base or side of the ear (fid arnivwtiM" .
; ci: ( ommrrte member on his own volition-and in addition a salary of $20 per month.. These'men are saddled gentlemen and knew they would never get anywhere that There was much less damage to the dust treated .hie'h'lI, i

to his membership owns a Chamber of Commerce I with all the detail, and also all the complaints, Incident way. That's why. rather Important tailor. when we consider the number runt of can ,InctixMbecause
"it', building bond- ,despite th.. CArt that his only tie here has upon running $2,000,000 business which J8 of sideworm. .
=:; onoonorDonor: =nooses:: :: .
I hew the ownership df some land at Rio. so far in debt that it's a real problem to make en There was no difference .In the she or weights of the raiji (pent
lie knows however, that all Martin County-and THE OTHER EDITORS
i 'I. meet WITH
liMIt treatments. The weight of the dust, treated ears was fill I nuovk
I. investor this benefits from the Chamber eNOW i
1 p\cry in area and the ,oil-treated 917 .
-and he sets a fine example we all could follow, through the utility tax there will be some $10,000 ono- :::=:loCloc:::=:--enoO:: : : pounds.However _
dust-treated ears filled completely to the
lip liiilioalmj i
to $11,000 annually for recreation improvement, and a TOSSES PEPPER AT PEPPER ,
'I no damage from the treatment Oil-treated ears which rmiviJTttapplication !.
I GIVE CHRISTMAS SEALS portion of this money will be used for a general cooperative (Palatka Daily News) at the time filled to the 'sips if lite silk, 'mt
1 'TV 'i ,i Perhaps you are one of the several hundred persons stadium plan. It is to be hoped that the commission will Whenever Senator Claude Pepper can take time out mature when oiled,proper the 1 Inch to IX'inch was;not> filled) )
$ '
i Ii' who have received Christmas Seals in the mails -but also use some money from this fund for direct improve from saving Russia from the United States or Hollywoed SECOND TEST $4'

I i i"" haven't yet remembered to send your check. ments for the tourist picture-such as expansion of the embarasment, he proceeds to inveigh against the Taft. makers hybrid sweetcorn waS planted In the spring, of 1947 A
,I I Ihta+ is one angle of the Christmas season which must waterfront park 'and building of additonal.shuffleboard Hartley act in no uncertain terms. Speaking at Miami the number of /kisecticklal and diets 'tftnl"l..llI'iCbmllMfal
not be neglected the proceeds help a nationwide battle courts. would be fine idea to build 50 100 benchesand organic sprays (
IK'J \ ; a or other day the Florida Senator referred to the act as a nil !
1 -f 0 2 11ie J d.IIl1Ire Tihk-A
percent" pyrethrum. : gnen in,
i -and if we all give it doesn't take much from each.. place them strategically around the town so that the "monstrosity" which must be repealed, He declared. it
I Practically aD of Use larva* attacking the ears in tide test were tip", coil
I'I :i Chairman Charles Christopher made a spirited! vacationing tourist might have place to rest his
appeal a
I weary should never have been passed.
earworhis, HflMtuttmiffn; / (llbn). All materials will. tint. exctntM
i' today for quicker response! stating that returns have I.I' bones following the' example of St., Petersburg. ,Another This is pure demagoguery. Such a statement bean ,
of .
i mineral oil -f 0 2 percent pyrethrum were. applied 4 (tiers at 8 day
,! been slow highly-needed Stuart project woul4 be-the municipal sponsorship no relation to the facts. Indeed, despite the contentionof Intervals. The Oil
"A part of these funds he said "will help defray 1 of real folder giving Stuart's high + pyrethrum wa applied once as an bijrctim j
I. I. a point. labor leaders that passage of the t-Hartley act would the ear, AD applications were directed on the ear None of the ndterlals
:f.t coxt of the chest X-ray drive. A second check up will beheld e result in industrial chaos and covert encouragement for affected the of the J '

f'' ,. in February with the mobile unit here from the 9thllnue LET'S ALL try to cooperate to the fullest with the evasion! from such high places as the White House and the RESULTS. .* So pollination far as the number ears of marketable, ellri pra1i I I ,I.,i f' mail your ('hecktoday/ to Mrs Grace Steelman, new board Don't gripe on the street but go directlyto United States Senate the Taft-Hartley act shows signs of .
concerned the Wfy
3 dust '
was DDT t and 3 Mt tinny
percent percent
Treasurer Christmas Seat Drive P, O Box 291" the city commission with what have to .
t you sayVQU accomplishing at least partially the purpose for which it
dust were. outstanding even though the :3 s percent DDT just misvd being
II I e was intended. It is by no means perfect but at least it is better than the oil prune. I IM
\ significantly + pynt The' |:, pn
\ ; LIGHTINGCongratulations CAN do part-by real cooperation to
your Offering a start in the right direction to correct obvious abuses generated of worm.free for the mineral nilf lea
centage ears was pvn-llinnn.
"I to Stuart merchants on their at. the board. Constructive cooperation can accomplish a
ill advised labor
l by almost,two decades of legisla thoxy DDT I 3 dust and DDT 3 dtivt HIT ixrcnilap
y : inactively illuminated and decorated stores, great deal for Stuart. tion. percent percent
\ I of sideworm injury wa greatly reduced( with the DDT and 1 Mooxy
I I1 I 1 One of the most outstanding in good taste and "the Senator Pepper's crusade to repeal the Taft-Hartley DDT dust. ,

! h I. Christmas spirit" is Bartlett Brothers radio and appliance BUTTER BARTERA act' will strike no responsive chord with most of his con M.
Of the
r : .i store on Osceola Ave one half block below the bank. minister was in the habit of buying butter from one stituents It may endear him to the more radical labor Methoxy DDT was outstanding s *
1 I Drive by and take a look at It-and then second our'i of the women of his congregation. One day he"Iacked ten elements, yet the Gallup poll has revealed that while manyof worm control Dusts were more effective than spViiys; ir >
I I d motion that Howard Bartlett the designer, be named cents of having enough change to pay for his purchase CONCLUSIONS/ ,
the unions
rank and file of the oppose the Taft-Hartley b for the
controls (
DDT 3% 4u 'and' DDT 32 dust good .
; methoxy are
.i chairman of unified effort by the Merchants Association
11 a "Oh, that's all right shrugged the sturdy housewife bill, surprising enough they do not object to it for the reasons can DDT wWas $
ta not effective the fill
e Worm. against
I next to decorate whole town "I'll it in armyworm
: year the take out preaching. cited the leaders. When
by queried provision by provision
methoxy DDT is. Since methoxy DDT to so effective/ as a biutwxst
I" l ; t SHOPPING DAYS LEFT don't Considerably have ten-cent annoyed her 'pastor. replied: "But I the majority' of them were favorable. It was only control when applied as dust to leaf whorls, H should IM nmfxW
: sermons.
any when they wrapped the business all up as the Talt-Hart-
1 I With the exception of the drug stores which stay open'I' Then, I'll hear you twice!I" Your Life as a control measure for those worms (corn earworm and fill srity-:
ley act that the gripe began, which indicated that it was
t' \ worm) A dust of 4 tend
corn. application
1 Sunday there are only five shopping days left before program
I jl"FIVE prompted by the repeated attacks of Union leaders
r. end
i ( 3 days part starting at the time the silks shouM produce) s him
Christmas for the majority Stuart stores emerge
,, "An English visitor reports he is optimistic over the sympathizers rather than by factual circumstances. of
marketable .
1 l Make the most of them and help your Stuart future of his nation They'll make it all right if the United Senator Pepper is going to find more opposition to percentage. Sprays were less effective ear than dusts of the lame material, ',,1.,AISince

'I'! I'd, : machant.llby shopping early Mates manages to keep up her contributions." Glasco repeal of the Taft-liartley bill than he imagines He may these! must be direct applications to! the silk of tlie edit I ,
them go home early, too next Wednesday
Kans. Sun,
( ) be listening to the wrong l'le.
)'' night, Christmas Eve. airplane dusting is generally ineffective. Drifting of dust has jirMP
1 'i -O =====:lOClO===:: onoi ::=.:: 8 of little value commercially j

j{ JOIN THE SAILFISH CLUB a 'Sometimes' the neighbors criticize a woman who COME ON-LET'S LAUGH As a final precaution, the Bureau of Entomology ami Plant Q-

j 'J 'It it worth a $5 bill to you as a sportsman to takeout spends too much energy on her children, but we think she tine still considers crop remain dusted with DDT unsafe to fved *
a :;; a personal membership in Stuart Sailfish Club, the has it all over the one who gives too much attentton to her ono.0=0. oaoc=== oao 4 livestock. This Is true for the other organic materials. In Ihu eat
I .
11 : organization which is doing such fine work to push this cocker spaniel The Hillsdale (N. J.) Herald. THE ELUSIVE H auction, the Bureau Is guided in its policy by the fimluigi of the fKmacologbts

: area as a sport fishing capitol .*- De. ====oClo=====ooo.ono.0 "Not long ago" reports an American diplomatic official I toxicologist. and worker In refuted fulls. r t-

I'' Is it worth $10 to you as a private boat owner? As "I dined with an English farmer. We had ham for TABLE 2 .
j I a charter boat man can you invest $25? As a businessman Letters To The Editor dinner- baked ham and most delicious too. The farm :The Control of Earwormt by the Use 01| organic :

; It I j'r can you give one of the larger memberships? er's son soon finished his portion and passed his plate for ... Insecticides\ __ J.,.
OC:::=ono-ono'.ooo'ono .
'a f ,+ It takes money to make the mare go-and the clubS more. 'More 'am, father," he old y-- -- P..1' P" '
t 1I .; i must raise some $3,000 in the next few weeks to pay for Mr. Ernest Lyons: Fishing Editor ''"The farmer frowned. 'Don't say 'em son' 'am" = ::. ,mI.

"', i the hundreda of buttons which will be,given away to successful CONGRATULATIONS', sir and a hearty'handahake'too' on 'I did.say 'am,' the lad protested. 'You said 'am j' erred the 'toO

I ,. oailfi hermen this winter, In addition there will the admirable Job of editing you ve.done for Stuart official fishing father fiercely."Am'a what it should be. 'Am not 'am,' .ei..I ca.a all 1l. al srmle 11.1 ".t IrA,7a. .

19 be some 30 extra trophies for as many classes of game guide "At this juncture the farmer's wife turned to me witha i.... e.v.a' III '.1,. 'H.t
c'y' 'I:f"l't fish An assistant will be employed to aid the Chamber Your poetic point of view and philosophy ," the great little deprecatory smile They both think they're saying ,.t=r. saw t PI" ..... 'V.bb.1,u. a a.bb.x 111 II I, IU lit tta n
IA of Commerce in dispensing the buttons through the winter healer crater of, worries, finest way to forget selfImportanceand ml"! she Bald.-Exchanie. eo law a ..1" 6rra D..t /l s J.4 AAI. .
,. ._ .. .
I ..1 ....... I.... ...., IMdn a. ol.Ma tat .1 I M
season. bs real" are big words dealing with eternal verities and I. PI./ ......, .,,101I_ ..r, :. '
I '\> I' Stuart Sailfish Club-through your cooperation financially value not found In market placet I Uk them. EITHER ONE 1 ., 1.rn .. 'K5 Eess"t A di..M. UsM'Uiur /e.1::1 t

!1'/'/ / and actively-can again be an important cog in Sections of your chapter on Sailfish should be skywritten dally She-I've beep misbehaving and my conscience is XcJEit-V t"C % *,.!, .... D.r ::,e 111 111 .(
e ri ; the wheels of Martin County's economic life, Neal Bishop wherever sallflsh roam and tor fishermen to read before hooking, bothering! me. II _t./ nil DDT? a IK 1 141N IRat'w DnpM .I 1.e M.. .
I 1s. r......... ...... ,411 It.. .
It ,,:\' has volunteered to awume the presidency-and your sup boating and perhaps stuffing their quarry Rectol"-ShaUI" give you something to strengthen your idat II. "4ro

: port is* vitally needed by him and the 18 officers of the Stuart Release Button a tort of Sall-De-Ouerre 1 Ie will power. bN.br.=.uy fees 11-1 1- 1'd.
{ group who will be giving liberally of their time. top conservation measure The to this old fisherman' notion a She-No, give me something to, :weaken my conscience IU .
j In the next few days you will be personally contacted button should be enough honor for any fisherman who regard a.soub..wsas, CBIILII

t K. ,1 for membership. Respond according to your ability himself a sportsman On the field of battle you may kill l the enemy

ti ,\ find help this fine outfit do a real job for Martin County and be awarded a Crolx-De-Ourrt tor distinguished valor. You BAD EGGS PAUPERIZING TM ACED dtrDalationa :

i f The; News will go further and say that we believe dont however stuff the corpse and hang him over the living room "Nobody seemed to think he was such a bad egg until I When states, federal government unions, or

i, both the City of Stuart and Martin County, Commission fireplace or In a country club Just to prove you are a super-man he lost his money," attach to pension'check the proviso'that the lee'son' M

I should substantially aid this enterprise from its publicity Do pouf "Brother, you never discover a: bad egg until*it's benefitirgi/ mar ofc W9rtrttaa'tbing.1! lae ttejrfpauperizing (

funds, because of the vital advertising value of the tourna And *o,to you and the Sallftsh Club Christmas salutations' broke." % a.,la the .aged )'tg.
for your most excellent efforts In conservation and propogatlon i State and Jod'erai.corNf;( are rovde4lor[ bl

ment.Last year this club-through the personal assistance It may interest rnu: know1 that I an mailing to a croup of SMART BOSS -and ihould go to every person eliflblein the ,:b

c'f Jerry Smith and Bill King-was instrumental in having northern editor fishermen copies of the Stuart I Empluye-Could 1 have'tomorrow off to help( 'my .
r I a color motion picture of sailfwhing made here and released -' Guide. I am wilting personal noUa,..too. The Guide will be a I wife with the housecleaning Mho who wwit psd dent Truman to eonfef f

on a national basis. Christmas present for many who are Impatiently waiting spring 1 BOBS/! -No, We're much too busy. Marshal Stalin Hit.., fit d oUt wMHwr Joseph |Js read, q

Thousands of anglers allover the nation proudly wear fishing to open in water. north. Employe-Thank you, sir I, knew 1'could. count'onyou. talk:' The Walbkt, (N,4CjlklterprlPsR); *
Stuart Sailfish' Club buttons-demonstrating that they To read about the old Gulf Stream "reel and tidies .-: The Dawn Patrol.
have ben successful in catching a sailfish from a Martin lazy cloud freedom to loaf In the Florida sun ," may ._r... '"We've.b en'told. that .fellow's' temper U one ng

County port. "f tat the pain for many now incased by snow. The Guide may NEWS TO HIM? that Will Improve the longer he,keeps ''t." The ).

A national magazine this week features the Stuart bring a few Ik* Walton to Stuart :I hope 10.Apprtdatl'fll A solicitous lady was strolling down another!! street News-Post, Rocky Mount, Va.

alf1ah! 'Club Release Button-pointing/ to the fact that ,, and came upon a man with wooden- ,leg. She Hopped and "God blest the girls why; stilt'sticking( 'to the abort
l are
this lathe only community in the nation which gives a prize Cap n Flagg. clucked sympathetically .
for letting sailfish live (for JO yean a Oulf Stream addict ''You poor man" she said, "you've lost your .leg. skirts ,Spencer.(W.'Va.) Times-Record, bkMp'

So support the club .both with cash and with your Atlantic Court Apt. the man looked down politely.} "Well damned !if( I I Is If a tsondrlrMfoi thing: n little ,

personal help.' Stuart ain't 1.2 t'Plied" -, .. .,. ., W..r., .> ,.. a lean l (Xall.) Tel t Pe

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FAIR EXPANDS seams for years, added
one new -----
ape, Dee i IS. -. Crammed exhibition building this year and Stuart Man Turns Handwork ] EXPERIMENTAL TORPEDO BLASTS U.BOAT r rr' oral! or State courts and'given Chain cables: Sal UIU.IKITI came

4S-cr tract la mid-town routed out dozens of eating and sentence uo to five years under into use about 1812.

e p4+ tbs Florid State Faire room novelty for concessions the flood of to agricultural make- Urge Into Profitable FirmNewest r sa probation and fines up to $100 Russian M,irxiktu lint organized

e to H bunting at thrhis and Industrial_ shows whiz"... "fr FESTIVAL PLANNED i In 1893
P. T. Strteder, general manager,
report exceeds all preview Stuart enterprise, Ed i POPULATION GAINS Palatka, Dec. 18.-The 8th annual STUA T"SERVICESAT
yean Novelty Shop on U 8. 1 In the HEIGHTEN FATS NEEDA Azalea Festival will be
vo sl.avscg FOR
staged In the Palatka Ravine
heart of t town
It fa estimated that Russia 1.. represents an urge r \ Gardens Feb. 22, 1948, Harry C.
DollarIs more than 200 million people which Garland. Edenfleld has world population Increase of Brown, chairman/ of,the festival,
had for yean to make thing 1200,000,000 people, equal' tp the I leering commutes, has an-
Still wSILVERWA E with hit hands, number of persons In all of North bounced NN NE TIMMELLK

Diamonds Wiftches 'The Navy veteran has turnedhis America, has- been added since .... -.. 41 Box .e. .
-- -- --- -- t tv
r I MIGHTY Ring an
V"/ manufacturing plant ,with ef- def aid, secretary-general of the i

BIG flcl'nt machinery representing a International Emergency Food *r .
considerable Investment, and la Council. This;\ many more peopleto w

0 on manufacturing some 50 different -, be fed' makes the worldwide Gift Certificates :
7pmy Items In a'"one-man plant" shortage of fats and oils even g
nuno I
All his novelties Including more acute, Dr. FitzGerald also
1 1
lawn chairs and many Items of lists heavy war damage and slow I

garden furniture and decoration reconstruction as among the beautiful, free gift-wrapping* ./. layuwayBirvictg ( .
-are made. of wood followIng -I chief reasons for, the current

107 2nd St. Fort fierce 'specific: patterns which allow 000,000 world shortage IDS of fats ot and nearly oils 8000- / make your chopping pleasure, atNorman'el a I
for Increased
production Dr FltzOerald, In summing up
To date he has been able to mar I
k1 the Job that salvaged! used
ket all he has ,
been able
to manu-
kitchen fats can do, said "Thereare
facture through his fruit stand
more mouths to' feed
next door-but expects to expand and many a tremendous Job of reconstruction Smoke und \water spoilt ulywtml in II' tpctluuil path! 'm as an ex. 1 ;!
and sell wholesale to others and rehabilitation to )X"rimelltul torpedo fired by a V. S. All,ml fc Hurt liilimuriiic hit. ,
who have highway outlets. be don!, In the face of the treat the former German mlne-Iuying! U.bout U.234 during tests 40)) mile t
All of which proves that there worldwide shortage of fats and noitlxuut of Cape OH). MJM. Four furor German U-Iwwts' were 4F j
ITHOUID FARES : plenty of room for Initiative in oils It Is obviously necessary to sank during the "tealsIndustrial M
Stuart; If you have the urge to of "'
AmLtlngly conserve every possible pound -- --- -- ---
|Mla Uw do creative work-the opportunity used fats." I
may be found right on your I j READJUSTMENT FUNDS
Bias| to: BARRED TU1ETSTallahassee
own doorstep

iNVILUlA[ SEA(]I _.,,._ 3.b1 AIR FREIGHT RATES IN NEW ORLEANSThe Mishaps Cost Dec-:- II->A total I R I
WEST 1.1SL45 CUT 40 PER CENT Southern; Regional' Research of two veterans have been barred 1
JUTOO of the Department from any future readjustment j I Ii
HESTEAD ._ .. ,, L30 Miami, Dec. U (FNSl)-National Laboratory Lives of 1 107Florida allowances under the 01 Ii .1
Lfl lie He' Got New Airlines has announced a of Agriculture locatedIn WEST'P LM BEACH
Bill of In the
Rights Fort Pierce
Orleans needs chemists,
L81 reduction of 40 per cent In air New
AUGUSTINE 320 Life! freight rates for the benefit of physicists, engineers and mathematicians men 107 In number area, Horace B. Jones, local officer i Ph a 2.3718 a
nTERSBlIIUSOTA 4.41 Florida fruit and vegetable growers to fill new positions will not be Santa Claus this year manager!, stated today. This
W 'll frlve your worn, The new low cost for air created by expansion of the research because local office serves Indian River, i ds.
IUHASSEI ._1 ,. 1.81 fatigurJI tires a "second "shipment Is estimated to add facilities of the laboratory fatal accidents occurring Martin, Okeechobee and St.
ITALADDERDALE_ .3.95 wind"'/that'll make 'em many thousands of dollars in while they were at work. Luele Counties ) ) ) )'ij "ii ::' i-4)a ,:, :
ride life brand-new I Bring profits for Florida s winter Crops In order to till these positions Carl B. Smith, chairman of the These veterans will be prevented --
LAYERS _..._ C73 in ytfir old treadbarestoda Fruit and vegetables will hit the by probational appointment the Florida Industrial Commission from drawing any additional
El CALM BEAClf .r s .15 We'll renew 'em in i Northern markets In prime con- 10th U. S' Civil Service Region administering the workmen benefits because they falsely .w. -
HW Nags AMa.' a Jit dition, tree ripe," without undergoing has announced examination for compensation law, said these fatalities claimed payments. To date 229
a A-4 r* rJinyhound freeze methods chemist (organic and physical), which occurred sine claimants throughout Florida
Bus | tation isonable Prices The reduced rates are strictly! physicist_ (electricity and mag- Jan t 1947, represent direct Industrial have been declared not eligibleto
.. "one way," applicable only to I I netism, optics, mechanics and l losses pf approximately receive future benefits for this
CHISHOI 'S Stuart Recap northbound shipments Princi- Instrument design>)> with salaries $1125000. reason. In addition. five V'terans -
[ pal shipping points for ranting from $3,397 to *5.BOS per However, the Industrial loss )Is have been convicted: In FedSTUART -
CAFETERIA Service bound flights are Miami, I annum, mechanical and.chem- small as compared with the hu- ----- .
Phone 91iREYHOUND pa, West Palm Beach, north-I teat engineer I 13,397 to M149 per man loss to 69 widows, 92 children
Baton's Service Station Jacksonville, ... : annum, and mathematician at under 18 years of age and lII
I FED. HIGHWAY U. S. IISS Pensacola. SAL routes $3.397 per annum. No written 18 dependent parents of these LIFEGUARD
S1 rt. FU.LS west to the Mississippi River. test will be required. ApllcantsI men.
north to Philadelphia and New I I stings will be based on appli- Accidents occurlng In connection '' SAFETY TUBES II
York CityHORTICULTURIST, cable training and experience with autos accounted for 26 htm.- J
shown In their applications per cent of the deaths which was- SINCE
HEREA. Age limits of IS to 82 years are the highest single source Involved GOODrYEARThere
l No concentration of 1813
waived for veterans Applica-
H E FAC BY GENERAL ELECTRIC W.Dodge of Boston stoppedIn tions must be on file with the these was-noted In any particular -
to call
Stuart this Regional Director. 10th U. 8 area as they were spread '
on old friends while en route to Civil Service Region, Custom- throughout the State Electricity / e s r better gtlt them safe
Miami on business. His memoryof house, New Orleans. 16, on or be accounting for the >second |
his first visit to Stuart whenhe for Dot. 22.Maternal. highest percentage was also WsSpeclalise protectsia JT against blowout c.ensm.s" '
landed five sailfish on his scattered over the' State. Explosions dangers?.. IIHMUIMLlfeGuqJds
first trip In the Oulf Stream deaths In childbirth resulting In 10 of the $14.40 ,
supercedes his absorbing bobbyof reached a record! low of 41. per deaths were centered around th* In safegu
horticulture when he gets to 10,OHO live births in the Vniled)Tampa Area.Geographically. I Ph.* T..
Florida and he plans to live here Stales In J 946. the accidentswere RentalsFur lives. soaI, c
when he retires. fled as rural concentrated In Central
--- I Florida with almost half the
accidents occurring In that area. tnfor alias
4( South Florida accounted for 26, -,
Real ,
Estate "- InsuranceWrite
North Florida 24 and Northeast
Florida 7 of the fatal accidents: e'
Thirty per cent of the fatal : or WILEY MOTOR CO. i

BUILDINGHOME Itles occurred In a SO-mile radius JOHN E. TAYLOR
of Tampa, Due of this percentage v Fla.
only 3 auto accidents, Indl I Osceola Bldf I one 104J N. Federal Highway Stuart,

eating a high percentage of': STUART
A straight Industrial fatalities I .
FUNGUS F Miami and 50-mile radius accounted -
for 17 per cent with five
SEEKING NEW EMI THAT WILL MAKE being killed In auto wrecks

GARNISHES AND U RESIST CAMMINGB.ICTKIC which was also a low factor.
Tacksonvllle accounted for 12
GRbWTHS N EQUIPMENTS e-e per cent of the State fatalities

3EN7TSTS MOrY K OWN FUNGUS FARM only one-sixth of which were

WHOSE THEY 5TU FUNGUS <3SOrVTHS KING IMiltOVEMENTS( OR REPAIRSDO auto Smith accidents said that In an effort to I r
decrease the mounting volumeof
'T FAIL TO SEEBALDWIN Industrial accidents the FlorIda -
we you ELF Industrial Commission had I )
recently appointed a safety consultant -, !
240 HOEPACIENT Albert P. McIntosh,
5 "BI Tallahassee, who \Is actively engaged ,
T How HOURS / In conducting training and I For The
educational programs In acci- '
YEAR THE ERAGE If your bo rage or other buildings need dent prevention, health and oth- i !

FARM FAMILY NOS 1tNG 'reroofing, b t shmle, compostuon or tile er safety... procedures (for em- 25tH Consecutive Year

with the best of materials -
EC iCAL ,'+L and r cs to give you an outstand- REGISTER INCREASE I OF ADVERTISING IN -
1ECTRIC COSTS in; job. Jacksonville, Dec. U -Carlot I :1
movement of Florida, produce 1
AS ?
Both In pear\cc and Durability showed a substantial Increase i 0 We lnviU You To Com To
during the last few days, and
NTE OUR WORK continued Improvement In volume IALSEvV GRIFFITH With Your tQ
FUSE STO ...Trig Swag WE GU \Indicated for the Immediate -
TOO SMALL future, according to week-
HOUSEHOLD NO JOB end reports received In the Jacksonville !
GENERAL ELE MUSTMEETHOBEO offices of Florida State "hrii mas List

TESTS UP TO A TIMES. : .... 4TEORS Markets.Tomato offerings on the auc- t t"I

EVER tion operated by Fort Pierce most complesl stock of books in Florida tJ

ASSeVEREw SUCH CARE, State Farmer Market averaged Book\of all kinds. J
7000 field crates a day for a
NERAL ELECTS JEAWUSLYPREtar5IV A. "BliL" BAVPWIN good part ot the we prices t
i %
ranging:: from $2 to"19: The ,Stationery Adult games

SAi\ Pompano Market handled an Framed ( productions. .. S '
l I o.rLA.STAFF1 average of 23 cars of beans a
P. do BOX day Shipment of four cars of r.. Christmas cards comp to until the last minute. .

ENS L EL TRIG beans from the Fahokee-Canal filler* are hundreds of Vents ,|n our commercial "
reported C
was -
.I Point area In one day -
I These and other like d parVent
items spotlighted summaries of
current conditions, prepared by CAMEF\ CENTER i :
T .W EEL ALIGNMENT managers of markets In major I OUR ,. .
TO OURs producing sections. ,
FIRST OF Manager M. J:. Williams of the The most outstanding CaAyra Shop South a ,
,WE JUST ADD A MAN nAS HAD YEARS Fort Pierce Market reported a Florida Everything for th%ameba enthusiast.

EXPERT ME HE OF WORK. BRING YOUR CAR OVER FOR "with sharp Increase favorable In weather volume,, and this Artist Mater a ', t

EXPEI CE IN THIS L trend should continue through
fREE BSPECTJON.-AS FOR AL.-. the coming week." Quality has "

We Oitrantee Your Satisfaction I been fair--...-to-good-,-he reported.. : Halsey & Griffith f ,.

VlLEY\' TOI CO. I It"1 estimated that 6840000

acres of Fmh l land were nude '1TS
H AUShORN AND FUSS Phone 291, unfit Job: cultivation by World war
II (frwrntlnns.
lsway' _

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i I TH* fcTtArfr 14E71 ,MAM! toAMN f fcotwtt., ftdfttoA, HCIISDAT, DEC it, iw ,
t': I 11 BOARD CAN BUY Nov 29 Statewide payments to tar/a/ and lilt stepdaughter\ Mr*.' ceed to be used
said that the teaching of music j 325-LB.. BLACK BEAR BAGGED j by the
. I II\ ) I UNEMPLOYED Q veteran for the week were$223, Banna, of Fort Pierce ing organisation ?
BAND UNIFORMS and the organization of a school cent decrease fofthib
70S, reflecting a Xi-per
\ Acatlon W
., I I. band are part o( the cultural: trbm those on the last RHNtFlT BARN bAkCE the school gro
I I'' Tallahassee-Attorney$ Central I training which may be providedfor ... VETS'' PIOTUREIMPROVED week !in\ October when ,benefits :SCHEDULED IN VERb Vero.v
1 .
I :
" i J Watson believe Florida I school children from school ; were $283535 *
I ,f J 1 I law permit School Boards i tax funds. The School Board i i l Veterans and hon.veterans Interested e An old-fashioned barn oance +
L: U iJ t' to use 1U funds to buy band lint he said has authority to adopt "t of In securing employ- sponsored:: by the: Indian River
\ Harden Club and the Hibiscus'
I'' forms I I such training as part of Its program HEREThe moot are urged to come to the,
-", I lr it Y 'j I, !: and like any other course p Fort Pierce office of the Florida Garden Club of Vero Beach will N bfflnalripni D
; 1 ''I ,In' an opinion to Mrs Margaret provide the equipment for -YA n State Employment Service at 127 be held at the Fair Bldg. In Vero
I q ;t I t\ : K, Famous School Superintendent Ili in the (form of band.instruments s. ztN.. outlook for Fort Plerc South 2nd St. Employer having Beach Dec 27 starting at II p.m. teisfMOTTOt- ow
,4 : i \ II I'!' : \ ot lades County, Watson I area'* unemployed World War job opening may come to the Music to Include favorite waltzes
and round dancing will be turn-
r better office or telephone 509 to list
r \ : II veterans Is considerably ADIO

ki i!,W't"' .' f." .". F, r Bath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile '- It Ita that at now the present In citrus operation cue packing to, Horace, the housesare fact B.I JOHN their PIONEER openings DELANO IN STUART WAS affair lahed by with dance anorchestra.The the will entire tw_ a net benefit pro I APet,sr +at NCE, rn.ta co.:

; '1'1; "i"" A Ato. Also Supply of Belgian Tile in various colors 'Jones, manager of the Fort -
,'It Pierce Florida State Employment Yts AND MOTHERS ?) d MEN .
: '!e and 3 16 CcnmercialINSTALLATIONS .
.ra Delano, 73,passed away
:' I'f" I. ,Service offle, said today. Jones
I ,1. lilt i said the number ot these applicants In Martin County Hospital Dee
,p 'iiI'' Tile Baths \Dramboards Porches of I I lid been on the decrease 2 after collapsing at the city Ueesufuih tW t{ ( Nmeasllurys
:;. j ,r ""i' i \Quarry Tile due to their obtaining employ hall 053
r. I I"1 ,I II FORT PIERCE TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. I ment In thAI various citrus pocking Delano was one of Stuarts iuC Clkleiie 4JI/d
\\1 ', ;;: ; houses pioneers He came here 35 year P g t fe: ? ? hDON'T
I, ., r E. HOWLBTT f' At the end of November 20S ago to work for Palm Beach Land
\ Job openings were listed with the'agency Company Bis work \twlth them
} t .,,M ''I'I' P, 0 Box 1181 Phon 787 11HN. 18th St- Fort Pierce compared with IS at the continued for 15 rears; after FORD r UNIT 's,
i \ i 1'f 1\\ end of October and 34 at tne end which he was employed by the
j of September Among Job op- city for a number of]: years
portunities In heavy demand art Many people will: rememberhis
+ 'f ': : 'I'Ii HA PMNTfD ADYIM151N0 1u [ openings for fruit pickers and diligent, tireless: work a* '
1 f waitresses caretaker and lan.lcaper of t 0 ,
{ f. ,: ,. {; World War H veteran currently yards and garden Five years
; seeking employment thru ago he suffered a stroke which a
j Charles &::111.-1. Jr., of izeltim.. Pa, p se> with the 325-11). black the local Employment Service total left his left side almost useless
i ,i bear lie.hugged!( on the' opening( day of the seamn. He and a comp ) 207 as compared to 259 at the With great perseverance he FALL AL S
:1 'ini tember, While the largest num- i and care for most) of his per i
3 Old Ditle altoD (" RICO RUCTW
Hi-way "JINiTEQ"
; ber of these veterans are quall- A year tigo he flew
ga; 'j ,, :J. StuartPHONE fled as laborers, there are alsoa I to Spokane, Wash., to spend the 2 YR. wnlGUARANT' N DDwtM
I # 276 FISHINGIN considerable number of truck winter with his brother flying
fr' t' iA1 drivers, sales clerks, general office I back to Stuart this pint spring S 4
l j clerks and heavy equipment Those who knew him regardedhim
t' true friend, on upright
t operators I as a
THE FAMOUS The Fort Pierce office of ,the ,citizen and an honest man. .;t MONT
\ FEES placed veterans In deg Jobs Hell 1 survived by brother
i -
; St. Lucie Region e :. since Jan. 1. Of this total 68 In Spokane, one sister, In Mon. l'' Si. tfw MKblMlrJ [Itrtrain, KMraeuJ
+ f FLOWERS F OCCASIONS were filled by handicapped veterans l 1 r Uaaed'. MM op,er
VHF TKUK oaTSMAN, IS A GUARDIAN Pf NAIUKAi auouOlcu Veteran placements for r sine seized clrnni riflc-lnm,
S ysr onus ryD eq+lsddm beenic
,. 1 BOUQUETS COHEAGf S CUT FLOWERS -By-ERNEST- -- LYONS November Veterans amounted readjustment to 107 allow.. CLDSUOUID ,

j" FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS fence claims tor unemployed veterans Mt I I IS ISETTIR5e S.'t Kipseny w4 i.e 5151 ad'I'
Sallflshlng again is reaching SCHOOLS HAVE In the Fort Pierce area ah?...4 .- ore .MIole. .I'S'. 144ee t nod b 1411 ref w
t DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS Its seasonal peak off St. Lucie .. Miarhd. Mpnas.ae.a.. 1" + y' ctrl. ho.,, Un now
Inlet, with phenomenal catches Indian River Martin IQUI end,eel c e"r aeh
I Ir' and St. Lucie Counties) totaled -
r'', I I I, !11 SMITH'S FLOHtfL & GIFT SHOP up being to reported its well-known as this reputationas area liens MORE CHILDREN $4,645- ---for---the. --week-ending-- 66 COLD err anu ft......AIION_ ea YCASH till rnCI $ $'If

WE FLOWERS "the sallnshlnest sPOt" in ee= urtt
I j jr WIBf

f : ,1; :' Arcade Bldf, Slh St.,-FtLfierce Phone 314JDON'T Florida Support. !Sailfish Club TEAOHERSNOW i im imJ Latest Ionb94ltions nLUBRI ,MODELS $19,50 to $39.51
'r 1I 1\-\ Mall in your Stuart Sailftsh SHOP IN THE COMFORt OF YOU*NOM
I' to Presi-
I : Club membership today -
dent Neal Bishop or Secretary TION u
'/ ''f'fI Tallahassee, Dec 18.-Increases -
IT UNTIL David B. Irons or If you t FREE: HOM
In the number of Florida : eo
choose straight t othe treasurer '
I \ The memberships start at $5 school children, teachers and the Have You Car .'
:, ) ,!"' THE L MINUTE personal, lID for pleasure boat number of children being trans D 'I Our 19th Ylar-Buy With Confidence

'J members $25 tot charter craft' ported to school by bus was reported o (With 0 Modem '
I members this week by State School _
amount you choose to give i I Methods.
1' i"'q Some $3,000 is needed to carryon Supt, Colin English 0 STORES
I" ; the tournament promotion,' In an annual report covering Expert A' dant Duty 0 i 1607 N. E,,SecIilAre. Mumifli
'q I /, Ii' + and your.help will be greatly appreciated -, th last school' term, English reported Texaco Products: Marfak Lubrication | I aih hitereslef i t a Fre hohie derhon.tratioo i
o United ReconsJhidVd ElectroluK
t that JJ-kindergarten 8,-
11 1 Here are Just a few of the 447 elementary school, S.866 high F s ne TiresCOLEMAN'5 I Name# .... ?
I. recent catches reported to school ___.... ..-__ .
: many teachers and MO school S IR TONE SERVICE
the News: principals taught in the school | Address ___ .. ... -w :
.. ,rI O S. Gardner of Spring 229 Old Dixie ihw 1; Across It. R. Track 0
I ", "1 J 4 J.I J. Lake Dr, N. J., fishing with 1. H, during A total 1946 of-47 14.335 teamen was A f m Fires ne Store 0., City ... ..+'.. fl t State ... (code 51))
; Theiss aboard Jerry Smith listed, O.OClOc I _i .
:; Increaseof
an =:::::lOCI 0 OC=:SOClOc=:::=lO

,: I ,", 4v )it' 46 101 An over estimated the number IS.000 teachersare in 1945- t( t( "t( t( (< tCt<
'r"I t tiCLEA in the schools today although
RE'LESTATE accurate figures on this year*
I lIIitllljjlH hiI
'. ( total will not be available until LISTE I \=
1 1I the end of the school term, Eng- .

1 1il I I .. ;I lish An said.Increase In tM number of H = cORE *

HOSE FOR school children attending aU MEN WOMEN
grades was also' !noted Accord- ,
j I't p Ing to the annual report 429.623
t ., CHRI TMAS NOW Properties; ft all kind children were enrolled In school I ICHflfetSee
''P 1 last term, an Increase of 12,799. I' BOYS and GIRLS a+
t Christmas is bright oc sion children for saleAlso Estimates for this year indicate I
I P I surprised and happy 0their new pres- that there s
are now close to a
1 l J Ii into, friends ) .ppinji in + d out all day half.million children in Florida ThIS :May Not Be the, aJggest Show On iillluuii' lll iBhlidlliiilhil

I t r 11 Have your h. Ie bright, 0. and ready end s.Ind inlur. schools I Earth ,But It's A Show, You Will Never
\\ ,, for holiday ntertainin! Send us your More children made use of -
il\ l' drapes, slip< vera and gs for cleaning ancE county school bus facilities last Again.
I : r" t'1f''I now! year than ever before. More U I
than 121,000 school-child
'. i } Let Us Ready You ardrobe d passengers -
Mappealtor rode the buses to and Up In Fort Pierce at RANCIILAND there i. exhibit
i" ror the Hoh3ountl on -
t '
.ti 'I, ysEORGE from school, an increase of about .
A boots
: t KE Ha .000 over the amount for 1945 I pair of cowboy made fom44S75.00 of T. 0 PRIDE,
,, 46 steer which sold at auction and the boots
J: English also reported there a, are.inlaid with gold Made by the Acme Boot Co.I .
I MartinI Cleaners 0. rcade Bldg. were 2,431, schools In the State s
,'I last year,.located at 1739 school Priced at $3,500.00
I' I rI Stuart, Flori 19I" center I r
: i :i 190 P. O. BOX 906 //hone .
,j' "Dls-Grace,* with Capt. Bob BLACK BEAUTY saddle, bridle and martingale; m de'o 11 I

I 1 l ? 'CSC ''m al: p wtfCt t t tl Fulford at the helm, caught four rich black hand-tooled leather and elaborately app>inte l < ie
v w sailfish In one day-and was I. with mountings of sterling;, silver, inlaid with gold :B
back at the dock by 2:30: that Keystone Bros. I
Word afternoon. One of the catches

l n To waa made on an ordinary casting Priced at. $1,192.00
Th Wise rod with a service reel and only
50 yards of 9-thread line.
Ben M. Price, Champaign, HI. @
attorney who la a winter visitor STEER IIIDE, perhaps the largest in the country, ha ""ax
iL at Lake Worth, caught 7-foot, W tooled In a Rough Rider scene. By Tex Tan, who ma'
4-lnch sailfish off the "Spray" our, raping Saddles, belts and billfoldi. _
with Capt. Ray Young, which E

Fflueger he Is having of Miami mounted Capt Young by Al H fiE SURE TO SEE THIS RARE DISP

reported that 12 sails were Palace OF ART- ... FREE.
In the day'* fishing -
Lr An unusual 'run of sea trout I
Is reported at the Inlet where If you can't find what you want In your home town, it fill
caster have been having a field pay you to shop atPA'NC14.AND
1'' l Custom Built To Fit y holiday In the Sun Parlor with

Your Window the,speckled beauties ,.1 I

and MEN'S' ARCADE) fc ''T'I, 'I
Glue Her Venetian Blindplfor the

The two famous stores f in FORT PIERCE.- both ol the ,



+ J l ,Let One Of Our Representative Measure Yofr WdowjTR' 'r ,, BELT IN'THEIWORLD, ,9 feet '10 i .'" 5 ;' r Value3

art LONG, .aANIJ.; 09LED, ... i

to USD 7 gp .- .< '
MANUFj\ TU NG CO. 10A71 a

3tML Soo 0'-0 nge A e. Oet, u. a, ,t t't 5INwlAteLORIDA ucaowsT
I Il"
Ampl P.t"l tLIK'

Fort Pierce, Florida A TRACT co. '

P, b. Bost toll. M FORT PIERCH FLA ,

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THE InoUT NEWt, STUART,113EARTla4 COVNTT,1ZOEIDA, TRt-'JIIID.n'., ftrr"18, k947I


i $25,000,000 VALUE : :(.: ;;< f- IN DRIVER EDUCATION Orlando, Dec, IS... (FNSt -

: Florida production;; of a wide I II I' '/ .Jf::;, ,1;',..'. L"I' ] teachers Gainesville. lien 11.-Among Texas Representatives, California of and the Florida Arizona,
... : attending the short
variety .
minerals" .
approximates' .. In
I _. course driver education and citrus Industries will meet In
I $25,000,000 annually, the W. I "t. < ..' { training t week at the University Washington this week to advocate "I
r I, search and Industrial division of ""f;" ;",; of Florida WM Jack the Inclusion of citrus products '
the Florida State Chamber of ; t"l' Smouse of Martin County High
I Commerce School of Stuart In foreign relief programsand
yesterday In !
I Its weekly business review. : ; : I the course, conducted by the to plan future research pro
I i 'Barring phosphate. limestone ; General Extension Division and )*cU In fruit marketing problem
LOOKS Rt FOR THE HOLIDAYS and cement, the State miner-i I the university College of Physical *. 1
I Us are vl. Education, Health and Athletics
not so well-known. These .. -
I Whether .You'eAEnjoymg Christmas at a Gala a I lesser minerals, valued at a to.. ',,, ,' with the cooperation of .mow-
Celebration V Quiet I tal of some 15000,000 last I the American Automobile. association -
or Home year .
Party Look
i hold fine possibilities for extended .1p" Is designed to prepare ROTARY ( It I
.. More Lovely Wit A An Inspiring New Coiffure ij development.I i! teachers to conduct high school fiboal t
I "' courses In auto driving and high AH
1 years has +
A fresh Manicure! and a Good Facial... I ranked first among the States way safety. ; NAf./N /; !

Not Phone. i05 For An I In the production of peat used us IA,
Why Appointment
for soil Improvement. Latestavailable K Nine-tenths of the D 8 supplyof
, AVOID THE\ HOLIDAY RUSH! I statistics are for 1945and platinum I must be 'I Imported' I )
I show a volume of 16,'731 tons
4'T I valued at $132.000 In that year"


'VICTORY BEAUTY SALON I Ia I IMISS i,I today The 'Veterans announced Administration that prima Engineering, Surveying' Blue Prits

facie evidence will not be accepted .n._____ ... .
I ai sufficient proof for -
M/KIE McGEE I veterans to establish aenlcei -i iI The firs section of hi 208-car "Crain Special" of pie of Arkansas U S. A. .to the people' cf EstinVes Submitted On Reqfest I
i connection for medical I and.dental the frlcro!.hpf Train arrives[ In Philadelphia with Europe, The will \he! irumfi, mxl at PI II.
'i Years Experience treatment after Dec, 31, 1947. a mimnulli, Wad if grain fur Europe hungry (dolphin' Id a ship scheduled to mil (for Eun'pe 303 E, 4th St. \ f Fla.
10 Victory Arcade Stuart, Fla. I II millions. .The! sign on the car In the foreground!! Sunay.AGRICULTURAL .
I Michael Faraday:produced the proclaims It ciirrleji *Arkan u rice from tike PHONE 311 j
) ) ) ) pen- .
)a aa ; ) ) )
,. -j -- - .a jj)LE.dyn _._.

ABSTRACTS l ESCROWS TITLES I Fraser Seeks Re-Election I Florida Only S., E. .

H | ABSTRACT fc TITLE State With Gain

110 Victory Arcade To State- Comptroller. !! Office In Vet Population r

, Stuart, Florida Mar-clenny Dee 18. Edwin '
QUESTION t I'' F. Fraser has announced his PROGRAM COMPLETE LABOR; Approximately every! 11th ,person Paint &Jpody Shop
. Can anything not reveal by an Abstract of the Public Records Affect Title candidacy for re-election as living In the Southeast this
. to lands? \ __ } State Comptroller. J. \
your Fraser was elected In 1946 to Tallahassee, Dec 18.An ex- summer was a veteran of World (Over A 2nd Floor)
. ANSWERt panded program to. provide a War II. according to C. Parker SPECIALIZING I UPHOLSTERING
' Yes, unfortunately, many kefecls which the publi/records will not disclose, liiliiiiiiiillilllllllllllliliiiiiliiiimiimi I year-round farm placement service Persons. regional director. of the Auto Pair/rig i Metal Work
a may adversely affect you A title. NO ABSTRACT OF TITLE WILL SHOW to agricultural workers and U S Department of Commerce. Custom-made/lip Covkrt Sport Top
M THESE DEFECTS.BE assist employer. In recruiting labor Census Bureau estimates just

SAFE 0" T1TJ-E INSURANCE PROTECTS -- x needed to meet production released, he said, show that In
goals has been completed and April of this year 1.889.918 World L ,
. t will be placed in operation) on War n veterans were residentsof ,
Jan 1 by the Florida State Employment -
tI Georgia, Florida, North ,
F Caroline
Service, Carl B. Smith,
South Carolina Tennessee,
Dependable Instal tion chairman of the Florida Industrial -
Commission, announced today Alabama and. Mlsukflppl. and
ml (' that the total population of
And Quick Repair Service I ,' Tiltotts Service Station
"On Dec 31 1947 Smith said those States excluding the armed .
f :'the Emergency Farm Labor
N. forces overseas! on July 1 was
Supply program now admjplstered -
J by the U. S. Department of 19.258,000, / Jensen Bea
ALSO Agriculture, Will be terminated At the same time, the Com ta '
ce W With the liquidation of this pro- merce Department official revealed -
Complete stock of bathroom Jjxtures between the time World
v. the 1
gram full responsibility for
War II veterans who 12
Complete Line of Plumbing Supplies recruitment and placement of were living I
In the seven States entered the'
i '
farm labor will become the responsibility .
service, and April of this
r of the employment I. year
ill VOLLRATH PLUMBING SERVICE the seven Southeastern States
service offices of the various .
I lost a total of 7140 of their vet
States Final plans the
311 AKRON AVE. PHONE 265 STUART FLA -.--- transfer In Florida wen made I, migrations eran population and other in war conting losses, t( !( (.:',( : (!(.( ( "'.('(!(tf4:('.('.(t(
EDWIN G. FRASER last week between H. O Clayton!
encies. All of the States
seven E
Gainesville director of the Agricultural -;
.iiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiimimiimimiiMiiiiiiicomplete Extension Service, and save Florida registered fosse, the
latter being one of only 14 Statesof Specials for ChristmasSheaf
"the term of the late Fons A. Hathaway Tallahassee,: N
t J. M. Lee, but was disqualified director of the Florida State the In nation Its veteran recording population.an Increase -
E R Employment Service"Smith :
WA from serving bL the Supreme I Indicated that the responsibility LEASED fer Fountain Pen Sets $8 to $23.50
- Court because he ryas memberof for serving the entire I

the Legislature which had labor market will benefit The Navy, continuing Its pro Pens alone .................................. .........$5 to $10 Ii IiI
Hard Red! CorrosiveFor raised the salary of Cabinet officers users of both agricultural and cess of "rolling up" its surplus
Including the comptroller agricultural labor as the stations has just added the Naval R Stratowriter (Gold) ........................... ... .$15
"With the passage of time local employment lenlce'offlc Auxiliary Air Station at Cecil
Expert /dvicc Consult having removed that technicality i will be the central point In each Field Fla., to Its deactivated list B5 Fountain Pen Desk Sets, with Jet /;
,"' said Senator Fraser, "I ,community to which applicants and has announced that biddingIs

D. F./KEI H again ask the! people of Floridafor for all types of Jobs will go for open until Feb. 1 for the leas- Crystal Base ...................... .......$16 to $40 g "
their vote"Coowner employment Ing of all or a part of the property .
of one of the South's Cecil Field is located 18 ,
PORT PI CE, FLdfelDA largest nurseries Fraser has I Mrs, W. A. Palm entertained miles southwest of Jacksonville,
made an avocation of public life Dec 1 at her Sewalls Point home, and comprises 2720 acres of OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT i
COO He hat been a member of the Fern Crest, for members of the Oovernment-owned land, all of
EAST COAST WATER CONDITIONING Macclenny Town Council and of executive board of the Garden which is available for use under. I
the 1937 and 1939 State House of Club. She was assisted by Mrs. lease or permit |I THE STUART NEWSPHONE I
S30 PHONE 884 or 532.W Representatives and served as Franklin D. Jones, of Port Sew- !
SOUTH 4th ST. Senator from the district of all. The U. S. production ol ulumi 300
Baker and Clay Counties In the mint was increased during Work) i !
r 1949 and 1947 Senate Islatlve acts to stabilize public War II to about, six times the .
Senator Fraser has been recognized employment by providing retirement capacity prewar I >1i i1;>7 v3 7 d7s iis; al t t '!
TRYus-- as one of the "fathers"of benefits to. reward long

WE MAf HAVE WHAt YOU NEED mission the State being Advertising Invited to address Com service In. State and county governments 1(<
Phone the first meeting of the State "The comptroller Is not only B
If Chamber of Commerce tourist the State paymaster and book- FOR A VERY .
committee after the legislative keeper says Fraser, "but a '
3551j creation of the State (commission member of 18 active State. administrative !

t His In militant 1945. efforts In and "Through boards.these boards the Christmas
out of the Legislature, to get comptroller touches the life of Merry I
PAINTS Florida' back country opened every citizen Well-rounded experience i'
with roads have In some measure In business, In agriculture
HARDWARE been responsible for the attention In public affairs and In
That Will Last For Year .
lASH DOORS lately given the problem community life la demanded for
r PLASTER by the State Road Department the successful performance of
CEMENT "Opening of vast areas of land the duties of this office" 'There Is Nothing Finer I
FWORING suitable for all phases of agriculture
BIDING by the construction of '

t suitable encourage, road agriculture not only but'would attract 1>a t1itw A

settlers. from other States"pointed i
lumber Inc out Fraser In an appealfor wiaa t;., '
Hobe Sound & Supply 6.., (arm-to-market highways. STROMBE1 :;ARLSON
Fraser sponsored the 1947 leg* Till yon

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dons ku any, ask WebsteV( Wire Recorders :

too BA a Record Players '
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I :'J t"I! :([.. ''i MINISTERS MEET IN LONDON business while others escaped no event until the problem and would retard the flow of Investment appeals that Florida cn offer J I the poor man than the rich, h* Ards of Urtng'm;;:,

d.j i 1 1:1i t td Senator McArthur said that consequences of such a program capital maintaining that Is the fact that we do not 1m- said the coat of collecting uch m.nt and encourage

d too, many politicians considered \have been carefully explored In Florida needs a "constructive poles general sale I 'tax a tax 1* an unfair burden on purchase and Irritate out of 81a.
: the best tax "Is one that will atopan
0. pick the most feathers from the lh: light of adequate data and program designed<1 to promoteand Pointing out that It Is POlitic- merchants and U token art The State 'Chambn

:1i} 3 1 xa3 ,. I goose with the least squawk. He surveys?" develop her natural resources ally Impossible. to repeal a tax used they would be a nulianc much credit for bringing desert! tile
stated, "The reason Florida do's Senator Hose also an opPon- and not discourage pri- already on the statute books he to the public and would result subject to pUblic attention II
not have a sales tax today is, ent, deplored extravagant State vate enterprise said a sales tax would never replace In reduced sales,, lower stand- this time.
because of the division of opin- spending. The cost of Government Answering the argument of the property tax and. If
ion in the! pro sales tax school of In Florida," he said "is out proponents that a sales tax imposed would simply be an ad-
t ttP thought. One segment has been! ot all proportion to the Incomeof would enable the State to realIze ditional and unnecessary tax
t sponsoring largely 'under cover' the people who pay the tax. much Increased revenue from burden on a people already
I a sales tax pur Iy as additional To conllnu such a policy can tourists, he contended that tourists h*avlly burdened.
revenue, the other wants It a'i 1! only lead to economic chaos: and visitors are paying,plenty Terming the sales tax regressive -
I a rplacement.. Citing the large Increases In now and one of the strong and bearing more heavily on I
.. .
1 9I "Anil-sales-taxcrs." ha continued -I 3overnment costs In the past --- -- --- ------ OS T
"have based their arguments decade, he declared"This shouldbe AOF
against this tax almost sufficient to convince anyone 'CLINTONE WAX
entirely on the taut claim thatIt that we cannot afford to levy 1
Is an unfair tax on the poor. a sales tax at this time without FOR YOUR CAR IT'S SPRAYED ON. FINEDYER'S
I challenge that contention. "
Injury to our economic welfare.
Enter all cracks and crevices 1 lajs longer.
Hosteller on the Opposing side Ho contended that such a tax
cited the Governofs Tax Com GULF P ODU
h mittee report oil March 1941
"Is It fair" he asked "to Ignore .TUART E We Call FoXj n Deliver
I the committee suggestionsthat 1.01 1540
the State should not em- MEETS a M.1.e Stuart Service Station
sd 144 DC AY.CA
bark upon a program or State ONT11M DRY GOODS I
1 controlled, municipality I sharedtaxes ;;; x Home Opp. Stuart Newt f \ Tel. 9144
until every other l possible j LCE AL 551015W WALTER G. ROW, Prop
solution hall been tried and In'' .
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:. >. HOME

","I": ''. I S<.\kr rill"11.", Mumtc.. \. M. Mil (Uft kl "ko. hand! with STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY .1HESESERVICES
,! i t1 I U J S. Sicntarv lit t Mul' O.rgc C. \.ldrI'dll)' (thril! from right!! t) ut the*

I ', j 1'1''" i I I I Opening] "I f the -(\il4"\ rnl'\'I,?ii Mumtm, eniftremv. in Loml"n,
Between them sttmls C
:\/ j United Kin),I"1\I! \ there" wxn not klentfied.o I -- .-- ...- -I --. -.-- ..

rr"" j executive secretary of the Florida r StuartAuto I j El CectricOMPL fr I HOMENMADE HOME See BUILDING Jensen Hdwe

I Retailers Association opposing lion SER ICE
o BUY By z or Rflund HIGD E &
Too Late Camp
fr \ toCLASSIFY o Job Too ego Or PralmAiJTivmites SURE
I With one gubernatorial aspirant Too S treamsCocJfct
; on the panel and four others odernottages ROBES CHRISTMAS Kisses

,l i1t; in the audience, Senator W. A. d Tra er Court i LECT C CO. B> e \ ranch General Contrasting ARE MOI HAN "

I Shands of Oainesvllle, Fuller' RENT Lt av AV, WEEK OK i ICE 4KEAM-fcu>, PRINKS and Repair! APT TO AVE
.4I I I' t tI Warren attorney of Jackson- I A L con THtllENCES I Day one SEALS t :P. O Box 832
.4 i I't' t I By RUSSELL KAY ville Dan McCarty, of Robe So d 3271 */Mildred Heath's One Block West Paf '
I t. grower -
The much discussed sales tax. BU IRa }' ; : Fort Pierce. and Attorney General one I sen
!i I. I which ;a bound to oe an Issue In Tom Watson, the calve tax D4 Hb r Pew *IIS Stuart 47 J Rains Bldf 4th. St. I Right
:. ; the coming gubernatorial election I a ,
I made Itself recognized as a hot
the of
: t. was principal) topic -- --T1-- --
I .
discussion at the recent State topic In the coming campaign I
I ,' t E Chamber of Commerce conference It was a case of pay your ,r LOOlK You Y Will UR BEST Web Ordway ) I ( I Quinn's Stc LET US '

held at St
Petersburg money and take your choice and\ a Your Car or Truck
,,I I Recognizing the question as both sides made points that set f Y u Visit TAXI Motors BUY I Meats, Cr sea A implet Check Up
\ j one of keen public Interest the I I
.1' ,State Chamber provided abounding the audience to thinking OpinIons MUfilCHS'BARBER AuTHORIZ DIAL roe And Free Foods Lxr IENCEDI ArrtnDANTS

,j i I -board where both proponents expressed after the discussion I SHOP SERVICE F PR C&CIPTS I c ::=
's r and opponent might were varied and no poll was CHRISTMASSEALS I NOVr [ n .t
I express their views, with a not -] taken and no effort made to determine Oldest Sl p In Stuart j ft one 9154 aALs savlca I II LN a LtaRART OP cc HOURS DAILY
i t I decl lon ru.lInlllaid down In a<1'I' -! which side won the debate Your Patronage DA I JenCen Beach
i vance i WRl ERNRVICE Standard Oil CqSUFEa .

Ii \ Four able speakers met on the Frisbie led off with a plea,for rppfeciatedTheatre { ODr REPAIR i I a ft N.., r,*OT ttr Sab SEtlKt ITATIOK
:" 'I', :I! rostrum. Senator A. O. McAr rcll'f from the present tax system 1 11 ST RTIJSSE. PHONE 9142 RALPH r. CHA\>LR,X '
thur of Fernandlna and S Lloyd't' which discriminates against | Stuart TAW I I ( 9131-J DL,. HI y.
Frlsbie. publisher of Polk -- '
fI I the certain groups and CH APER t -- : -
r County Democrat of Bartow, He attacked excise Industrlel'j _.
shaking for a sales tax, and those on gasoline
1I 1-
I 1\\ ,. Senator Walter Rose Orlando cigarets pointing out such. Rt EMAN HE 1I CONCRETE I
'I I realtor, and Dallas L. Hostetler, taxes penalized some ,forms of I Ij I Plumbing Heatinf
F.TL. tilizert Fri nd Tavern Foundations, Floors,
t t. I Driveway Sidewalk*. She Metal
.j CICAK! tt news rwrEas. Blocks Brlckt Dram
i., I. ::1 FEEDSPflU Sea|ea Ice Cream Uncle Billy' Tile, Septi\Tanks. R. ir TM !td

!' ; j Long Distance will be Busy NER AND, LINE OFCIDES r. I I Open a. i. Till IS p. m. I sez. 0I In FeT
Il I Everything in mcreteDUNTI1 $ /ART PLUMBING
\1 '' I I1 ; It+sE REMEDIEStED u>< %I t Sundays (E.dww..4.ar dh.t.. R.,r.d'tl.I A..I.. ,..L15t.4.I )" I METAL WORKS

;' STUART ) STORE ThePFrl < ce Where "'
this Christmas Ins FL L1 AVE. rHONE ala j n s Meet" I Ther1 I. L. DECKI MMSUXTON'S
ain't ne Sense compUlnln'that D>r 100 N >kl
: J 1Tcx Aa155, Mn,
i + \ I 24 cola Ave.EY'S. ( th' cost el livlns high, It Box 936 Phone 2; -
b -- = -
h -- -
Js spend fee buyln old
1 you money.
a I I ; bonded Scotch an' Ry! You -

r'I I cks, 'C' I could do, well without It-that.* We Pick Up and Deliver

walls 'I needless t*' be said and per YOUR
I I GoldelCabu ate Camp 1 I Service Station
Ii _____ health would be th' better, and
Trailers LAUNDRFirst
I B Oa. Houses j c yer nose not near se red Formerly Wester's

I All 'fyp Of Marine I Beer, sand Gas .: But If yeujre classed/ a* drier. ; Clas* Workj rown Ga and Auto

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Buy The Best PITCapORD'SCottage STUART_
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