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 25, 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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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ISanta Brings Fine Slfising!! } ; Yule :Tree_ Fete Tonight | |

8-Year Old Releases- Sail 1 ro +tP', ,. .r4 d9b4417s 1,000 Bags of. Candy Will Be

I One Angler Catches SevenThe .a 1 { 71 17/ '. Distributed to Children HereOld I

Christmas holidays were ushered In by a week! ytVh4'/i, / Man Santa Claus has wired Mm II. J, Morrison.
chairman of the Woman Club community Christmas tree
of excellent., sallfishlnir with prospects! bright for (fine committee, that hu will arrive an usual( fur the community
Christmas Day.
ratchet on I Christmas celebration
for;; the honor of being ors of 44 The big East Coast Lumber

tilt best 'fishing\ iporU" In the STUART NEWS TAKES truck will meet him at Witham .j
Mid the Stuart Sailfish Club, YULETIDE HOLIDAY I l ROVER KING IS Field about dark tonight (Wednesday

mommends eight I,Fear old Dec, 24)) and take him

Man Relger, who, fishing with This newspaper office and -- .. 7 first to the colored school where 1
hn parenta, Dr. and Mrs A C. printing plant will be clotted 1 dnUSl eh .r redxw ; NAMED HEAD OF the children are asked to meet

Rriftr of Forest Hills. New York Thursday, Friday and Satur. him at 11:1): tharp Yes, he has

City, boated and released a ,- Jay, while our hard-worked II inure than !.000 bags 111 candy,
toot lallflsh Monday, from the employee who have been barn- bushels of citrus fruit from lout -

charter boat Peter Pan of the Ing the midnight ell getting 1 (SAILFISH DRIVE growc.t. and lots :ol good
,'uezr for F.i art klddit
Tale fleet Captain Carl. Engetrtuwa. > out pit-Christmas papers for
in command. the past four weeks take a Us a nulling week fur good

Sallflshlng has ben excellent well-earned rent. If you want I w. C. Armor New Chairmanof old! St NIC, tad he will hurtle

ol the St. Lucle Inlet, according to get hold of 's printer reporter Sailfish Club lit!ht on up to the coinmun:ty

.u DM charte; boat captains who or editor try any backwoods TournamentGraver tree at the ( ivlc Center I*, meet
unanimously add "and there creek where the breamare time of inner 1 tile white. children at T oclurk.
He said 11 hi tel:gram that I,e
Deal be any comeback to that biting Next week paper, King of the Pelican I
itstement. A brief survey of because of New Years, will be Hotel was appointed by the Sailfish wants the youngsters to get to
bthttsof bed: there
early so wont be
this for a
rant fishing, off Stuart compiled I published! on Wednesday, Dee: Club board of directors
long but
even Banta
by Richard Fay Warner, I 31 Monday night to head the membership 'I Insists program on some Christmas carols
: --- ---- ----
UM new executive secretarytan drive for 1948 and a prayer of thanksgiving for
that all the boats which Named chairman of the pro I the true meaning of the :awn

recently went out returned with BIDS ON INLET gram and entrrtalnnv com-I -.the birth of the Christ Child I
either white or red release flags mlttre was Harry Dyer, past I II the gels saxophone quartet
ajtalb I president) W C. Armor Is chair. i i will for
play tne singing bothprograms
addition to the sailfish re- TO BE OPENED 1 man of the tournament commtt-I 'Mrs. Morrison& hint
I lewd by eight-year-old George; i tee, and Ernest Lyons into many helping hands In aid-

till father caught one, as did t I publicity committee I I I ing Santa for the gala event-
bit 11 year-old brother Anthony 9't Chairman of each committee I .
MiClung 5c $1 store gave.1100
ON JAN. 15 Is to select his assistants.
George, In addition, caught and I IISAllFISH' I celophane bags in which to pack
kept a 7-foot S-lnch sail. The 210 pounds of candy for which
am day on the Miss Florida, i both the Kiwanis and Rotary
al.oaf the Toley fleet. 'Captain Sealed bids will be opened Jan l Clubs contributed 02b.

Sptaeer Burde"boated,' four 1), 1048 by the Army /nglneen; I Mrs J. F. Bozone and the Girl
!sells releasing three. It) Jacksonville for Improvement Scouts sacked the candy and
Berman Lehrer of S57' Fourth of the St. Luck Inl-t navigation NAMES WARNERAS will help distribute 110 the .1

venue, New York City, fishing channel according to Col\ Willis' y T w smaller children. t

itth\ Captain A. A. Whltlcar E. Teale, Jacksonville district The city crew erected both.IlIl'Ie .
aboard the Oannet on Monday,< engineer, SUPERVISOR tree and Arnold Bauer.

i one of those extreme light' The proposal as drawn up y MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL Le. John Keller, Robert S.. Hill and
little enthusiasts. With I A
a V/4 I calls for providing a channel 200 r John Mann strung the lights on
OHMS fly rod. he landed and released from
Ute Civic Center tree and Principal -
i feet wide and 10 feet deep across Richard Fay ,Warner angler
a '7-foot 0-lnch sail, but f STAnANU EMPLOVrLS; OFt Robert Murray of the Slw. .
the outside rock reef at the seaward THE who came to Stuart because of
011 a second fish the rod broke. entrance to the Inlet. Com THE MART M;WS. the fishing will supervise Stu- art Training School .arranged
Th Whltlcar fleet also had :
a k
pletion of this project will require :, arts wmt tournament for the colored committees lo take care
buy and successful for In ; .. ,+ .r ,- '
day, i- details In colored town.
estimated "
removal of an P MIS benefit of visiting anglers.
I T % Smith
\ Trances
addition to'the Oannet:, the ,., 'Edwllll\| .
,, 20,000 cubic yards of.rock. .r-e-. Warner's appointment was ap- Fruit has been donated by
!Hobo, Jack Mennlnger Pat GreonlcesI
Captafn Whltlcar John
Actual i dredging, operation -5 proved Friday night by a committee Garland Edenfleld, Lon. Tyson,
had seven sails: caught by Dr. William l T CorlErnest
Vivian Taylor
should around Feb IS, composed of Ernest Ed Mapp, C. B. Aroogast, Theodore
Rankin 8. Newell of 929 BoylsKa -! begin should becomplet ., Lyons Mary Hartman Lyons, Harry Dyer and Drew Dehon and other growers
1948, and the work j II. Jr C
street, Boston Ed Mennlnger
and George R.
work this --
I !d about the middle of Davlda Oreenlers I King, and he began
rearing of lea Street, Bill Mitchell
Beacon "
week with headquarters In theI I
I .
Barton. Six of the sails were released April i I 1e Harry O. Showalt'r LaVerne Blackman Carter 'e j I front room of the Chamber ofI TWO DANCES IN
and the seventh, badly "The existing controlling depth e. Dalton Anderson I Commerce office on West First
hurt was kept to be smoked over the rock reef Is about 5 feet I James Crews Helen Koonce Street,

The Blue Waters, Captain at mean low water and when the w Charles E. King Marie Broderick t; 11 His duties will be to act as
Johnson Whltlcar boated and dredging Is done the channel in Frank E. McCray Anna B DayCharlotte Helller p executive secretary for the club'I HOLIDAY PERIODTeen

released two caught by James this area will b? of sufficient I Sidney Walla. ( during the winter season, attend -
O. D. QulglryViva
Uirtaa, 13th and East: streets, NI depth to permit passage of vessels Harold J. Qucnzlcr Mrs. Clark Ruttt I to the detail Incident upon

Washington D. C. drawing nearly M feet of S Arthur Parks Richard McHardy distribution of Sailfish Club Buttons Center Group and

Captain Earl Dare of the charter ,water," Col. Teale said -.0 Robert Ralstln, Henry BryantRt I check with charter boat, Jaycee-ettes In Holiday

boat Jean Dare fished a Earl Ttllman captains dally as to their I catchIngs I II Events
Party from Cllffilde. N C., Dr I and keep them and the g"n '

nd Mrs. G O. Moss and their SAFETY MEN IN eral public Informed of tourna- :
!Wong daughter; Miss Ann Bar- (,." I ment standings, and to publicize Two dime affairs will feature :
the holiday season
bm Moss Mrs.Moss will re- the tournament.
1 silver sailfish\ pin: white was
bet daughter Is receiving abraille DANGER STUDYWill i up";In Boston, Front the fall of dance at the Civic Center

pin. Dr. Moss won a 191T until 1933 he was a newspaper Christmas night Dw 25, from

nose button < I reporter, the last 10 years B to 1, with Gene Hulls West J!
III order to get as 'complete Recommend Precau- i I as a political writer for the old Palm Beach orchestra furnishing -,

wing Information as possible and I New York Evening Post. He the music Admission will
charter boat captains are being tions At U. S. 1 I Joined the late Mayor F.: H. La i be $1 25 pr person.

waned to fill odt the lOll aboard Old Dixie I Guardia of New York and for 121! The Teen Center will hold a
j Ibm ships In addition to the I* I years was a member of the La Christmas season formal at the
Euds for those winning sailfish H. Howard, Jr. headed a groupof I Ouardla administration as sec civic Center at 8:30; Saturday,

'buttons for the first time State Road Department safety I retary of the New. York City: Doc. 27 with music by The Palm
here this week I '. : Admission will be $1
engineers Fire Department. Bcachers
Captain Ford Carter of the I I I
the dangerous Intersection : :; two $1 for stags and
charter boat Buckaroo -fished any studying .t He cameTb Stuart years per couple or
; ,
1 and the ; .h" 1 ..t.J1
i where U. S. with his son Chapin, who 50c for unescort girls Spon-
of five Including Fidel Standard .... \ i1\ltal"" ,.", ._ ago
Kotnlg I Old Dixie meet at the .. had Just \been discharged alter sors are Mrs. L, A. Arbogant and
of Paris, France, who -
block south of ----: Six' ) Carl B Roth.
might his first sail one that Oil station one River bridge. BONUS TO WORKERS (C:crtiliwirrf Oil fag Mrs.
St. Lucie
sired I foot, and oiw- the
-one The State engineers came here tt on. City of
Colored employees |
Mr has llvec)
v Farts the 'at the Insistence of Stuart Jaycees : Stuart crews will receive a $10 Broken
past twenty-five Are
and Records
report Mail
will compile a Yule .
little and Is now' visiting Stuart recommendations, for solution of i, 03jurrb- Christmas bonus If they have I I

>Mrd his private yacht. the'nlah haxards will be forwarded to been with the city more than!

IIoQ pictures. He Is of here all taking mo-of, the the city within two months. one year and a $5 bonus If they 'i i At Stuart Post Office Window i .

hobby and Christmas day and a specialservice have been employed less than
*\ fishing as a and Falrneld Conn., each ST. MARfS EPISCOPAL a candlelight procession at 10 a m. both Friday Stuart post office Is concluding tions are 20 per rent above last
lakj the films back to France Powell of special music by the eholr The one year The parcel rush Is about
w> him to show his friends catching a first sail;, and Mr. St. Marys Episcopal church pastor, Dr R. M. Fenton will and Saturday "the biggest Christmas mall year last
as year
Koenlg parents. were from and Mrs. A. O Rasmussen of will egln the Christmas eve I',I. deliver the yule message He The Church School annual' TIDES" rush In Its history," Postmaster the The sams six regular clerks and the
Poosfret. Beach who. while fishing the celebrationof I Christmas party will\ be held in\
Conn. Jensen mid-night, celebration of Holy will also conduct THE Ralph Hartman declared today postmaster are being assisted by
In somedolphin. at 3 Friday I I
did bring the parish boost p m
Also aboard the Buckaroo,that to get a sail Communion at 11:30: p.m. with Holy Communion at 8:3D a.m. I of the YoungPeople's Although statistical figures three extra helpers and havebeen
_ "V and the party .
Were Mr. and. Mrs. Samuel*.. when the working overtime and on
oe the not
MUSICALBy League wm at 711tH .... bet ...... Ire the 11\, Lurk. were Postmaster I Sundays Delivery service has
PRESBYTERIAN CHRISTMAS parish house at 8 p.m. Friday. C.1,. Ion 'ha wwt ...e.a D., Ice. News went to press
i 200DAR UDCLeaJersToJoinHere the Presbyterian Church Choir ,,-lo,..d.1 at.4 I beo II,1....I.. .e.mp..a ... Iq a..lI.' boob.. [ Hartman declared thai cancella helped east the strain.,

Sunday, Dec. 28, 1947, at 8:00 pm 'ST JOSEPH' CATHOLICThe ..d 3 ..... ., ..-Ylth0l. ,.I... c..o.11otI ,

At the Stuart Woman's Club mlssa cantata, "The Mass easy! by W II II. W. I.. W. Rolling At Country Club In

, .''Friday At Leach Home The Story of Bethlehem Rev,C. A. Crrlel! of the Angels will featurt the A.M rn AH. coo.D.a Log I

,.. Carols: I Christmas eve.midnight serviceat II sans .,1ft II:S$ II''<"
The WUlaford R. Leach borne Beach and Mrs Klaas van B.1 It came Upon a Midnight Clear all, Jo'- h's Catholic Church 1 r row.: % ,tll'... 1111' '.aa:1"555 ..11\ Inaugurates Yule Festivities ''IU

It Bewail Point will\ be the Ursma, president of the Thomas of Hark the Herald Angels Sing_.,+-_._. ,. c, ,-,Presbyterian Choir; with carols by the choir begIn-! ,...In 51.7 s.s. .j\ 5 5:11:,.. 'sac::11 ;

"we of the larg- Benton Ellis Chapter. UDC We Three Kings of, Orient Are. .T ning at 11:30: p.m. Wednesday .- it ,114* II'". t...> dye Cartoonist and Mrs, Zack Mos-| prize for h"r group and Bob
Itt delegationsone will of the Christmas ,
preside wInning
prominentIOIIIen West Palm Beach Celebration I fea-'( Motley, brother of the host -
Civic leaden to ever eonta Receiving-' with Mrs. Leach Solos: .. ,. .,.. .?..... By Dorothy Tuck mass will be .conducted by the ley Inaugurated Uje) holiday the same for the men. AnOther .
*" Martin will be Congressman Rogers Jesus of NaJlareth-Oounod- ._ Kenneth Stlmmel pastor, the Rev T J. Geary who, tlvltles at Martin County Golf champagne gift went to
County A Joint .... ..........__ By THE WEATHER '
ng of the two Senator and Mrs Hawks, Mrs Ava Marla-8chubert. will also deliver the sermon Unveiling and Country Club ,with an old Mrs. Evans"Crary, winner of the

of W st Palm Beach was Kohl, Mrs. Steel and Mrs. Arthur Carols: .. of the crib will follow. the -- fashioned Northwoods log rollIng door prise.

nd by \the hostess who has Rowbothanu West Palm Beach-, O Little Town of Bethlehem-;........ ...... .. .Presbyterian Choir prelude at, 11:115.: F..Ndb. Me5 wwb ...-... hewwlllr party Saturday night From | Jerry Smith contributed the
Invited WMafeers and of- [ vice-president general of. the Away In a Manger........ .__ :: -: --- Low Masses on Christmas Day tdr ntr Invitations-printed on Imitation servtcsa of R..blll billy orchestra
of othareWten PAR. entertaining will be at 8 and U ..m. s y sit str"1' 1114. the from West (aim,Beach and Mr.
stet aatUKa, of se J'will ,be localmDABS and UDC Solos: Song In the Alr-olel:! Speaks...........:...Edith Matthews r--M__ III.R.dkp.... hot bark dogs of sualed the over logs.downto a bonfire and Mrs. Russell Wiley and Mr.
There a
members including Mrs. Barry Trtot Violin, cello, and piano I l NO, UNION SERVICE} t>' lit ...._ ......5. SeD. the 30 couples-donned In and Mrs. L. Ashby: Arbogast asi, ,
ht t Rog- Instrumental ..., II ,
Mrs ... .. a.
oOnIrermass Ltitedals and ,'swuiBlehurst mother, Mr Wendell Waters No union service of churches] |DM.DM.. II\ ... .. .."..."......81 backwoods garbs-enacted ttw sited the Motleys In making
its. Mrs. BrnestL7 .. ,t II affair a social-as well as nnanclaisuccess. -
Christmas Urn
tor..AaI Hawks 01tctaIr JohnwlckMrs. has been planned for &I rugged outdoor life of. the
IT; nlMrs.UW. Barnes, JlrLM. Mrs. Erwin .* ItD.41 .. .ae II Proceeds front
K. J.a. will be high mother. Arthur Clonta '_- Day The Methodist. Baptist as .11 II berman.. ; tickets were appliedto
program Faithful
MrsJ.. So.Ta'lor o Come All Te at last Sunday RAINFALLo with the cost of the new terrasso
Men ,' Mrs. Dungan Christmas INCHES the log rolling contests
Henry him Beach
Walter Klteh-, Solos Budhoff and will begin observance 1 t* ellTOTAL taking the floor on the patio which was
state ebairauui of Amer- and Goings Conrad andMrs.A vGannett.. -.' Mn. Herbert s services : it Mrs. Walter Davey affair
v- -*
Jesus at the ,
UVUe at next '
Mrs. Sleep My of New Tear as
i. nutmsJi American Ing ,Mr. Barn .Hartley Schyde: XU 1 bottle of, champagne
Beat. Artist.
M' will be tb.theme. Mrs., mother.Mi. Z. 11 Bennett Solos by Quest Sunday regular services
I St eel:DAB .a.tnt of the' B. Furnish Mrs. O McCullough. |sient Night by" Ensemble
and MnT: St.! B.
!Hole Chapesr at West Palm

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1 I I ; The Salerno Civic Association Preiontsi pearance was\ satisfied Just to any more. 8h was thinking BUllngsley home on 8th St. expect 'Those from Palm City attending 1 '.(t(

fr m'i i .8 ; be alone, and not mingle, with and rocking away, seeming to to leave here soon for a the ,Vero Beach vs. Stuart]
; A CHRISTMAS STORY the townspeople.Mrs. be In some far-off land; but she home'In Miami, due to 111 health.: Vets football game on Saturday I i ,I
l \\1 Newfleld a neighbor, roused again *t the sound of Capt. Bodden has had several night were Mr. and Mrs Robert
would in occasionally and voices beneath her window. i Illnesses! of late and Mrs. Sodden' Wortham, Mr. and Mrs. E.: M.
:' A little bid lady from across wu always then; a little! sad, a carry with run her a custard anda "Hello there! And how are' also Is not welL. Their property! Hlgbee. Lee Hlgbee Mr. and Mrs. HAPPY
\ the seas sat In her room, rocking little wan. She was a stranger "
I I Iln cheery greeting:: "It's a shametYou you? someone said I Is being taken back by the former -. V. V. Wortham, and Al Bunotil.
r 1 I'' to-! by the window It seemed she town, and to all outward ap- '" More Christmas minute
all alone like this, i every
I i _. --' living dl owners. j. D. Petty, who has been very
was the cheery reply,
,' I. she would say, fell Is still lingering -
: I Oeo Rowley who recentlyat I low for many weeks
11 i the old lady, a wry, -wrinkled, added "What can I do to help?
: his Is regretted
t That night the little old lady the rear of home recovering on. His UlM u Is
halt-smile about her
hopeless i
; went to bed 'with a new glow In slowly from the fall. by all friend here, and sympathy -
:O.iO' ;': : face, just nodded."Plan Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Def ong goes to all the family His
:" t : ) @Wmil M to stay" In town long? : her panorama heart. of She scenes couldn't from sleep a wry A are now at their farms home. daughters and son. have been HOLIDAYS
.. : Oat any folks? : is better since for him.
full, Mrs. J DeLong:> some very faithful In caring
time raced
a long life
I f t. ; j Still no response! very
I before her her return from the hospital In Mrs.Petty Is never well but able
I. I : "I wish you would" let US make All the ecstacy of youth, and West Palm Beach and Mr. De- to be up to do her bit.The .
i ,: I" friends with you, persisted Mrs i the glory of love that had been Long*la still badly crippled from Palm City church: Christmas .. ,
[ N3wDeld. "There Is no use letting
reelilla fall. alone and held Tuesday
They are
a Tree party was
: !tiers! The and awful slck-
I grim
: worries get down,
your you fear and neither one able to wait on the evening, Dee S3 was greatly TO OUR HOSTS OF
jJ ." ness of disillusionment -
\ \ know
1 !' i .., y You u are very kind," the old that came to a war-torn They other,would except appreciate with difficulty.friends enjoyed Mr. and by Mrs.both Isaac young'1 Harpster and old FRIENDS A D PATRONS
l lady said at last: -then listlessly country; its separations\ Us prisons I
j to them. Pa., ,
I' calling see Furnace
of Pennsylvania ,
and the fate that
f t' I"j "I have no worries, n6 wor strange Knowlton Sterns of Red Wing to be winter .resident "
,: !! h rice now! But there Is no hope helped) her to find America. Mere Minn., la a ten-day guest of his her after the hoUdaya.DR ,'I I
life for ,
I' I too was so empty the
no faith, no sharing any longer. : parents, Rev. and Mrs. Wallace "
r I tlckness! of fears and suspicions
No use living. Her pondering
', I H. Sterns.
r among peoples was here too |
wer.? just a little beyond Mri.Newlleld"
Ellis M. Nlckeraon of Dunedin,
u comprehension: I Where, oh where could she find .. '
I t' Fla., was a recent visitor at the ,
one sign of faith, one sign ofsharing'
Although the cheery neighbor home of his sister, Mrs. Mae W. w FASON oj
: --- dropped In to see the little old the good things of life,I i
Wallace and C11tefy
tJ Wallace. Mrs son
1 i pDD
lady dally, nothing seemed! to j music, love, laughter, labor, Bill, expect to spend Christmas; d
Impress her greatly or change learning., ',
at the Nlckerson home, JOY PU FULL.COURSE.
i her atttltude. Had she begun to witness Itall Mr. and Mrs Paul A. DeVlllblss .
One day when Mrs. Newfleld I In this little town she had had as their guest on the 18th .
..1: Palm Beachl Aero Corp. called she detected! a trace of a come to. whoa humble Inhabit 1 Mrs. DeVlllblss' son,Cornell An-
; twinkle in the little old lady'seyes. ants worked together for a demon of Conneaut, Ohio, 'who XM S DINNER
Th3r seemed the Talntest I I cleaner healthier town; to make stopped over here on his way to i
1 spark of glow about her' features If a better place for each other, Join his family In West Palm
In good fellowship. Here surely,
i Beach.
I'' was tin shoring of labor, and
"You feel good today, don'tyou Mrs. Edna Plnquet of Port
?" Mrs. Newfleld dared."I learning, and love. Here surely, Kurort, Mich., has been a guestof Turkey andlut the Tr mingg Served n AA
h fo KRUEGER HARHEEN: VERMILYA am well, thank you," she people had faith In each other. Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness since e
i' 0 said In her quiet g ntle; manner. There didn't seem to be so much the 15th Mr. Plnquet and son I. Overlooklmflhd' Beaut* StLucieRivcrOZlUUMake 1
LEWIS PERRY SLOCUM suspicion+ or fear, or greed Per-
"But tell m:, I sit here and rock and daughter-in-law and three
by the window, Each: week, on haps here she would find her children were to arrive'Dee. 19th. ,
I 1 ; Saturday afternoon I see people ,happiness Frank Yeses of Cleveland, I '
+ gather. Men, some ladles, boys, "Do you seek happiness? The Ohio, arrived Dee.'18 at the home t
; u,. _, ,_ __ girls. They chatter and laugh voice was .like the tinkling of .of his niece, Mrs. Jolan Blasko.
They have rakes, shovels, and silver bells.Startled Mrs. Blasko also expects her
I other tools with them. They go! "Who are,you the? old Who lady spoke cried?"' mother, Mrs.. Kerekes, and an I... 1
off at dark. They return stilllaughing. "I am the Christmas Bulrltl I aunt to arrive soon after Christmas DYER' ,

: ,t commotion.Today Not until, not late IOU In much afternoon -I You have\ wisely observed, that Robert, Wortham spent FridayIn You% gserva 8in Now For Our Gala :a
11I now, as of old love, labor, learn
when two came!
1.- men
business trip. S'I
Miami on a
with truck and huge tree. "Sec ing and sharing, come on bend Mrs. L. entertaineda 0DS
K. Higbee GO B
0 ed knee to the not only
I : manger
It '
,' .. there! She pointed with Inter- number of her friends Thurs
at Christmas but all
est to the window,, "Then came year at her home with a
day evening

to YOU !. the other tree.men.: Then They all together tied ropes, they to keep through.It, you To must And give happiness happiness and, Stanley pie and party.coffee Refreshments were' served.of I ; NE, ; (EAR'SIi : ,
continually With that the volesfaded.
r. soon made It look like H had Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Bur- 1
rmd All grown there from a.'ieedllng. shone. Through the dawn the little,of window new- son!, Mrs. V, V. Wortham, Mrs MYRTLE M,, DYERSenatorand .
They aald tomorrow they plan-I B. M. HIgbee, Mrs, S. E. Lane, t
ned to fix lights to the trees It day a beginning. Mrs 8. O. Crews, Mrs. Tina Ii-- r-f1

AND A will Mrs be, Newfleld'for Christmas beamed., yes?"The would Should see you her glance'there, the up little you Stossel, Mrs.,Bobby Troxel. I p ; 1 Yl

old lady with a cheery smile, I
little old lady seemed almost to .
and for Christmas I
watching waiting
I have acquired a llttls air of excitement '
eve celebration and greeting l l
r mingled with her curIosity .
I one and all "A' Merry I II
Christmas!" \ i 10 p, M, 'TI1 AU 1101 fenng You Continuous(
Yea, my dear. You have seen\
the townsfolk working together. Entertainment. 4 j
They are the well-to-do and th! Palm City NewsBy '
poor alike They go each Satur- I
day to clean up and Improve the MRS. ANNA B. DAY' FEATURING .. "
town wherever The 1'
i park Is really nice now. Bonn-' MANY WINTER \
1'i "
day, every one will have a big
party there. I hope you will ft :
come, too. This will be our comMunity J-
Christmas tree I i ican't RESIDENTS AT t JII Jimmy' | nomasMasterMaster
GULF OIE S ION wait to see an the children II "
made happy tore at the crossroads "J ''r

4 ..Christmas eve, You watch PALM CITY 19 of Ceremo! \ *r --. Known AH Over
0. D. AWAY from- jour window You, too.
f will see them all, and hear the the South for HIi TenorBallada! and Specialty
carols" Visitors Enjoy Quiet, Of Numbers.
::::-The: little old lady didn't I ,say Martin Community On WI

I South Fork I.

Mr. and Mrs.: S.:-A. Homan arrived -: -

; J I I Furnace, Sunday, Pa:?from accompanied Pennsylvania by V '" '..n f'IL. 'I

their cousins Mr. and Mrs Clyde : I.. '
AND THE I Dt>Brow of Center Hall, Pa. They I so
I au now at the John Llpps homeon : ,\ '-
iI -
SAME Palmetto Way and win later .
occupy the cottage in the rear
OLD, WISH i when ready for occupancy John Evans
t TO YOU llpps of Wllllamsfleld, Ohio, and Mrs. Crary Ei id
son, Lloyd are expected to arrive i Joan
14i this week. The Llpps home x
+ 4 I was damaged Inside considerably
by water due to damaged, roof
In the hurricane. I PET OF THE >PALM BEACHES +

Orady A. Bozone and brother, I Musical Comed tarlell'a
i L w Bonnie and brother O. 8.
SANTO'S AN Bonme with wife and daughterwere y .
Palm City visitors on Mon- (
f '4 NELLIE PEZZONI, Owner day. They arrived'on' Sundayfor J
+ a visit over the holidays at i
the!' home of their brother and eo
I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jolly
JTr Bozone In Stuart. J

Mrs. Lauretta K. Oaede and '. '
daughter, Lauretta of Lake
Worth are also visitors over
home.Christmas at the Jolly Boson 'Tex Rise!

a'K'4' Capt.and Mrs. John Bodden
af' 1
'\ who recently acquired the M H. SAND. n& MUSICAL 'MJlooV MEN4
Dance Mustc4ForYouEnj6yment

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'e : ,oul! We hove e ,

JOWLCHRISTMAS welcome boceuse we| Ow $JsUU'coi

you weal forget N

1/ ,' fine friends of m 'No Cover Charge! In the, Pfc and Sallflsh

; ; $7)) '''ne,',. mighty d. er g, Coeklitl lounge.'C' ..

r these Meads, red weVoppreclote oil you con do

for the.... Our friend*! this community, fetes, -il

\{ ., erflowin wsappiners ore the 'finest on east They're loyal.. dependable :

'1: + nd Please be. !
.'" coning beee'ts .... '

.- FOR A VERY h",, ll\ v., >: ,;. w mpi

'." MERRY CHRISTMAs'h\h r }"" ,g ,., 01 the' ; f
I AND A ', .!:":' to everyone. ''HALE y
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HAPPY NEW YEAR: : .:: .. ., ." 1 i .' at h; /
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ir, and Mrs. Norman J, En1' Charles R Qreenlees: Jr. arrived .'
arrived Saturday from by plane In West Palm lllllll "1II1I1I1I1II1I1I1I1II1I1II1II1II1I1I1I1I1I1I1II1II1II1I, WHITICAR FAMILY JUDGE M R CAKTWRIGHT lengers1! will continue to act as carrying cherey Yuletide greetings -, !
Rapfie: Mtch. to, spend' Beach Saturday from Pitts- SOCIAL NEWS of STUART HAS REUNION IN PALM BEACH HOSPITAL first assistant to Santa Claus In I throughout the land. I 'I
ant several weeks U.
rUtlJllI burgh. He will spend the yule The Curtis Whltlcar horn at Judge R. Cartwrlght of the -
daughter French and! season with his mother iiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiujiiiii I I / iiiiii ______iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii___.n.nn.I ........ C. B. Arbogast Realty office un.
hand Mrs. Price Mrs C. Port Sewall will 11( the scene of
R. Oreentees, and MRS. L C. KICKLITER CATHOLIC WOMEN derwent an operation Saturday Just,A Suggestion .
Margaret brother
.ihteri\ Mary ,i and IS a family dinner Christmas *vt. .i,
rIP& and Alice 4M Hibiscus! wife, Mr. and Mn Jf. 8. Green- AT HOSTESS TO PEO JAN. 15 AT CIVIC CENTER The family reunion will Include morning at Good Samaritan FOR A CHRISTMAS GIlT.
facts astatea. lees. CHRISTMAS PARTYThe Hospital In' West Palm Peach Buy A Beautiful Piece
1St. 8t Joseph Ladles' Society of Capt. and lira A. A. Whltlcar, M
PEO Sisterhood held the Catholic Church will meet Dr. John. Whitlcar, Mr. and Mrs rlls condition was reported today GLAZED GARDEN POTTERYPALMKlTYloqCABIN I I"j

Now Under Persona ioa of annual Christmas party Mondayat the .Jan. 15 instead of Jan 14 AS Curtis Whltlcar and daughters as "very' satisfactory.' !

EARL B. !JAN, the Eldorado Heights home of previously planned: Use of the Laura Kay and Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. B. Maxwell, mother of ti

O Mrs. L. c. Klckllter, president, Civic Center was granted at Johnson Whltlcat and daughter the Rev. Phil Maxwell, pastor ot
Decorations In the Christmas Monday's meeting) of the city Bet t y, Mr, and Mrs Jack the Baptist Church, and his sister Driving ffcm Stuart, First Tlrn Right r

ST. CIE BAR motif were artistically used In commissioners.Plans for a masquerade ball Whltlctr l i Mrs Anton Drag- Miss Margaret Maxwell, arrived Ar\r Crossing Bridf ri

LUCI ESTAURANTLUNCHEO the Jiving room, and the program for Valentine Day, Feb. 14'are seth of Midfield, S D.. Henry Monday from Phoenix, G. F. fitAUVELT i?
AND DINNER of tames,arranged by Mrs. pending. As the day falls on Saturday Morrison of New Jersey and Ark, for a two-week. visit \I
UN ER IUPERYI ON Or ANDY TIMAsOPE 1. M. Philp, were appropriate to use of the Civic Centerwas Peter Sinclair.INDIANTOWN. i
WNDAY$ the not approved by the commissioners Mlddleton D. Arbogast, son of llllltllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIlltllllllllllllllMUl llllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIH
I season Mrs :Nally cromer -
Line'of Choice IQUORS WINES and Mrs L. M. Johnson received a* Saturday night HOMEDEMONSTR.TlON Mr. and Mre. Charles B. Arbo- 5 a : t
has been set aside CLUB t tI
prizes for high scores cut, spending the Christmasholidays I
and C )RDIALS night at the ,
Refreshments wera served by popular. ; with his parents., Arbo
the hostess hall. The Indla'lIorite Demonstration ;
who was assisted by gast Is a 'pupil at the Bolles i
-- '" Club met at the homeof
Mrs. Earl Rlcou
i Ashley The first and meeting Mrs In C.the R. MRS. RUSSELL WEST Mrs V. O. Mathews at Port School ot Jacksonville.,. STEVENS fe SIPPLE i iI'
new year will be with Mrs. Earl AND MRS S. J. WEST Mayaca last Thursday with Mrs.
Announcing PHe Opening Of 1. Rlcou, Jan. 8\ at her home In HONORED AT TEA L. C. Cameron as assistant hostess VETS CHECKS WILL, I is
Eldorado Heights. Study ot the DESIGN cJrTRUCTIONPHtE68 __
i DEAL constitution of the organizationwill Mrs. Russell West Stuart Business was dispensed with. Tallahassee More than $23,.
SNACK BAR Games and exchange of Christmas -
be led
by Mrs. Philp. Mrs. bride from ,Atlanta and her
i J. E.: Taylor will present the pro mother-in-law Mrs 8. 0\. West presents were enjoyed by 000 In outstanding uncashed I'
the 12 members and other visitor
Veterans' allowance I I
lndi town gram. were honored at an Informal afternoon
On oad 2 Miles West tea last Thursday from present Delicious punch checks issued since September FinZESCAII
of Stuart MRS. CLEVELAND 'WAS 4 to e -at.'the Riverside Drive and fruit cake were served. 1(44, will soon be canceled P. O. BOX 606 f FORt PIERCE, FLORIDA = -:
A STUART VISITOR home of Mrs H. H. Hipson. ATLANTIC COURT ARRIVALSRcent by the Florida Industrial J JF j
The season's motif of red and Commission, Chairman Carl. B. 1 1N
Death ot Mrs Thomas I. white was carried out In arrang'ments arrivals at the Atlantic Smith said today iIIlOllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllltll I unuunnonuuunuuuuu ''I 1I I
Court Include Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
of gladioli and red After the first of next year,
.., C1HLI Preston Jr, at 83 'recalls early Lorenz ot Flushing L. L;
a HOJ COFFEE In candles Assisting Mr. Hipson the Industrial Commission will
days Stuart. She Mrs.
was Mr. and Mrs.Austin Bartlett and
COLD DRllfCS .* HOME-MADt PIES Orover Cleveland And with the I In receiving and serving the daughter of Louisville, Ky. and follow the practice of canceling YOU NIEDLJJMBHR
all, outstanding chicks six
President guests were Mrs. John M. ,
In the 1900'sspent
I Dr. and Mrs. Harry Semone .of months after their date of Issue.
Jr., Mrs. M p i.iitm.n, Mrs.
several winters here -
at the
Raleigh, N, C.
. Paul Hoenshel. Mrs Alex Hull This Is in accordance with Vet.
Danforth House, pioneer Inn on Mrs. Alma Gilbert of Chicago
! the St. Lucie. charming and I and Mrs. William J. Matherson, has arrived to spend the holiday eran Administration policies.NO .
Interesting woman, very fond of season with her brother-in- STRIKE AT ANY
I children. she used to love to law and sister, Dr. and Mrs Hoills WESTERN UNIONCanc.llatlon ,
stroll the quiet paths In and LARRY SIMONSTO E.: Potter, at the Court. BUILDING MATERIAL
-- around the pioneer communitywhile DIRECT MINSTREL
i ( ( (( (( ('; of the threatened -
her husband fished and SPCNSORED BY CYO Mr. and Mrs Stewart Springerof *
strike by AFL telegraph unions
among her young friends of those West First SL have as their Sunday night will insure CALL OR SEE
1 i R THE B days were the Krueger children. Larry Simon will direct a: holiday guests her parents. Mr. full Western Union service, Including '
President Cleveland died In 1908 minstrel show to be sponsoredby and Mrs Louis Fayard.of BUoxl,, greeting telegrams, dur-
a and she married Prof. Preston I the Catholic Youth Organization '
i Last Min S i In 1913, living a quiet life at I the latter part of January i Miss.Mist ing announced the holiday today season by Mrs It M.was P East Coast Lumber i
I to oppers Princeton, N. J., until her recent A joint meeting of the CYO the, Janet Clay of Kessler Garrett of the local Western .
passing. Catholic Ladi" Club and St.' Field Blloxl, Miss, arrived Saturday Union office Millions of Americans t
1 Joseph's Men's Club will be heldat to spend Christmas week have been accustomed to
} A i TOURIST CLUB TO MEET 4 p.m. Sunday at th* hu.rch I with her mother, Mrs Blanch sending their Christmas and Supply Co. j jj
' FIRST DAY OF MONTH to plan final details I Everyone j Lowrey at the Holleran Apt. New Year's greeting by tele.I
AT STUART CIVIO CENTER Interested In volunteering their aMiss ,-- graph, Mrs. Garrett said, and I
i L M TEtt URSERHO i The Stuart City commission' talent; to the event Is Invited toparticipate I II Rosalie O.ughterson of am glad to announce that the j Phone :2 P. O Box 305 Stuart, Florida
. ,11 voted Monday night to set aside In the meeting.IADIES' Chicago has arrived to spend familiar Western Union mes-
the Civic Center the first Monday Christmas with her father.. T .
of each month for use by NIGHT I T: Oughterson, and brother; Bill
! I the Tourist Club First meetingof Stuart ,Klwams Club will Install Oughterson, at their St. Lucie ,
S the new year will be Jan 5\ newly>elected officers' Estates home. .j
\ when all winter visitors are Invited I the clubs annual ladles Night I'i -And t tMeITY
to Join for 'an informal, Friday evening at T o'clock in' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lord, new
! evening of entertainment the Woman Club Building. : owners of the St Lucle Hotel, .i
have as their holiday guest their A i
son, John Lord, freshman in ..

! DSI'J' Bath Room Tile and Asphalt' Tile Yale graduated Medical last School.June from John Harvard was Christmas # Happy !,

Also Supplt of Belgian Tile in yijiout color pre-medical after completing etudles.four Duringhis yearsof to \

|g and 3/16 CtnmertiJINSTALLATIONS Navy service lathe war years New
and 4MC.ES he was selected for the V-12 pro- S '4 A
! JEWS RS' 'I Tile Ba\i *' Drainboards PJrches of gram during which he studiedat all Year
\ Quarry Tile f Dartmouth. He will be in Stuart t
FORT PIERC\TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. three weeks and is much
pleased with the new Florida
EAHOWL home of his parents who came
I' FORT PIER I here recently from Calais,Maine FREE \
P. O. box 1181 Pho\7 7 i If N. 18lh St, Fort Pierce FREE f. .
i Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary e 1
FOR and son, Evans, Jr. and Bill, will lit 1
I leave today for Tampa to spend A Hand-made A Hand-made i

I Diamonds.You tches (BLOWERS FoXJDI OCCASIONS Christmas W. T. McKewa with,her and mother sister,,Miss Mrs Baby Dress Baby Dress ;)a',.

I Sophie )iMcKewn. to.the first to the first
\ NGEME14TSDOMESTIC Harry Speedy arrived home Baby Born Wh' Baby Baby Born 1 1In
FLORAL A Friday night from Baltimore
AND OT R and CERAMICS where he went through the ,Martin 1 Vin? in Martin 1
! JUTORTED clinic. at Johns Hopkins Hos 1 1In
pital. His son, Huber, who accompanied ;ounty County .
t SMITH'S FLGRA1& GIFT SHOPWE him on the trip !'
, Fine Je eI 1948 In 1948 I
north, returned last week.
j / REF*>WERS -

, Arcade BIdg, 5th S/Ft, Pie| Phone 310-J Mrs.E.L.Rlcou returned home "
I On A Saturday from West Palm Beach .
, Can Arrange y where she has Hospital been a patient for two at ANNCWNCING TIE OPENING OF ....11: :
St. Mary'i
Budget Basis For Pay ent t Year.I weeks. '-

FOR EX1ERT Mr. and ;-..E._A. Mennlnger,I S/LO GUM'SINFANTS' '.'

Jr., and daughter Cheryl
Monday noon by rail for a week's
visit with her mother Mrs. Lela i, AND CHIlf REN'S WEAR
Machine Sho\\ Work Ludwig, in St Joseph, Mo, and LYRI/THEATRE BLDG. 1 STUART, FLA :'
his relatives" In. Topeka Kans j j

William ,..-Crary-, son of Senator HANDLING EXCLUSIVEL ORIGINALS BY .

and Mrs. Evans Crary' Is TOBY OF MIAMI and UZIE BELLE : "
L STUAR33Stuafrt spending the Christmas holidays
with his parents Crary Is PUERTO RICAN AND MADE AN IMPORTS ;;
a pupil at the Holies School of

',Marine serviceIncorporated I Jacksonville.Mr.. and Mrs.. J. C.McCrocklln.Jr. The Only Store In Martin Cdunty Handling ": ',"

I I / ., of St. Petersburg are expected -
today for a Christmasvisit Exclusively Infants'and Children's Wear 'F'
with her parents. Mr. and
Open'TiI;9 P. M. as e. I Mrs. E.: A. Mennlnger, at their
home in St LucIe Estates.. ,

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11 I. t : 'I : I In Jensen an extended visit TO APPEAR HERE IN METHODIST ,CHURCH Mr, and Mrs, 0. O.Hupfel of A Christmas musicals planet

4. I I, I ,' ,' i j Jensen Motor Repair By CHARLOTTE HELLIER Dr. W Rutherford and nieces, SUNDAY MUSICALE A capacity house of 300 attended Palm.City hav* M their Christmas K J ostpened y the Stuart.Jaycees has bee\
il! 4' I the Misses Helen and Bess Rear. .f duelt latter PIlI
the Sunday night musicale week guests their son-in- January he
II.' REPAIR / WALTON MAN'SMOTHER don from mesas. Minn., have Harry Badley Schyde New "The Birthday of the law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. holiday events causing nUDleroa.tOlIJIIc\! ..
: =-AL faKE CARS arrived at Edenlawn and art Haven, Conn basso will appear lug data of the
ft j King at the Methodist Church James Worrall of Tyrone. N C. partlclpatq
I' ": 11' : I' BODY and./MER) WORK established la Redwood cottage here Sunday night at the Woman Sunday night. Directed by J. M. and their daughter;. Mrs. .MHupfel Vocalists Of !the city
"i I. HURT IN where they will' remain three 's Club where the Presbyter the cantata'was presentedin -- -
:: Phllp
: '., .! ,i h Flexner of Shreveport, As early a* 1830, oysters!
months. Ian Church choir will give a three parts-the prologue, the canned 1IrI
"\ In Baltimore
/ l I ,,/ II Coming for Christmas are Mr. Christmas musicale at f p.m. He nativity and the star, La. pelt by wagon to Pittsburgh and aNp

" \ MIAMI MISHAP and Mrs. William Blank and now head the aepartment of Vocalists taking part included ................. _.. .
: R.
'i I ',,1'' : daughter, Miss Eleanor Blank, roualo of the New Haven schools Mrs. Peed Walton, IIInIIIIIIIIII111111111111I
q \ of Edison Pa, who will visit and is well known ..throughoutthe othy Tuck
1: I' '/ ,,\ Mr and Mr a. G. Miller Buy their daughter and son-in-law New England States for SOsymphonettea Mrs.Hanson C., W.Mrs.Barth Fred, Mrs.Joss,H Miss H. WANTEDEveryone
\ Mr. and Mrs, E. Q. 'Griffith in l on the local radio
I!! l '{ t''t' ,' ., Linderman Eldred Horn At Walton. station WELI: and for appearances Edith Matthews, MUM\ SUmmell Betty L.!, to Know WhVe They Can Buy

\: : i : Invite Your Friends ToSailsport (f Th Wi H. Leonard home their!in I director on concert tours He'Pres-'is Matherson A. B. Mimes Kenneth Wend'U Waters Pottery, Bird Bath, dun 'ale,. Urns Vases, l ardes nging,
Walton will be gay with of the choir of the
\'t' : \ I Mrs Sarah L. Waters 85, many children and grandchildren I byterian Memorial Church of Elwin Coutant and the director Baskets, mower Pets,

: years t resident.of Walton, fell around them ton the holiday. Nw Haven. While In the South CITY LOG
: ; : Restaurant last Thursday in her home at Those participating ij! ::t.h. festivities last winter he gave a series of LEGION POST MEETS PALM c N
I \, her left will be Mr. and MrsLeicester ,i concerts in Palm Beach, Orlando Harold Johns Post, American i
Miami breaking hip. Lennard and children, Nashville and other cities. Legion met Friday night at the I (First Turn to Rlgkt, ter Crossing B/Je)

,. ; ; Just South of Frax :r Creek Bridge on U, S. 1 I She was taken to,Jackson Me Gus (Leicester and Virginia l 1 1 With Mrs Schyde and daughter new horn in Fourth St Park I G.: F. BL/UVELT
\ ) mortal! Hospital where she la now Anne. and Mr. and Mrs. George Carol, he .is spending the with Andy Tslmas I playing host
J j : FOR I confined She Is the mother of SawYer Lennard. Monday guests, holidays at the Herbert Sudhoff host at a buffet supper. IIIIiIII Ilpll II II'+*HIIMhItkilIIININNIiIIII IMIiiliflllllll I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIr
; j\l'' 'I Scott Waters of Walton and In the Lennard home were Mr.' home in Palm City A long-time The business session was confined
) I\ with her daughter: Miss Madge and Mrs. T, H. Swag owners of friend of the family. h. came to discussion of raising
: ; 1 f! A REAL HOME COOKED MEAL Waters, recently visited here. Swags Corner Hotel lln Burling: to Stuart on invitation of Mrs. money for remodeling of the new
1.,1, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Linderman ton, Wisconsin stopping i 'en Sudhoff who .Is presenting the building which was moved this
1 : \ j I ; TRY DELICIOUS of Eldred sold their home prop- route to Stuart where they will, Sunday musicale for the church.year from Camp Murphy
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'I I erty and grove last week: to Mr. spend the II!18On. I .
: 1. f OR and Mrs. G. MUler who have already Miss Thelma Johnson; teacherin
I ) l ,
I" taken possession The Riverside School Jacksonville:
1'1 ty" SEA FOODS l Ltndermans who are planningon arrived In Walton Saturday to '
!f; c. t F: Dr. Harry Sememes
returning north tiaw taken spend vacation with her parents
?' \,'. I BENJAMIN GODDARD, Prop. quarters with Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Johnson'
,( ) Conway Ankona. Mr. and Mrs. George Sawyer
t Christmas and New Years visitors Osteopathic Physi ion
: Lennard are leaving Friday fora
;1'I''I'" f ff' In the C. H. Conant homeIn week end visit with Mrs. Len .
/ Eden are their son-In-law and nard parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Will Open His Of fie/In/
f' : : J daughter, Mr. and --Mrs. Allen W. Tedder In New Smyrna. : rt ':. .
I" f Carlson and children Christine, Mr and Mrs. J. Kroesslg, parents .
Charles Allen and Eric who arrived of Mrs.Joseph Worthington Victory \Iotel Arcade
/ Monday from their homeIn of Ankona write they are hav-
.Ii} Lancaster Pa. ing a hard time getting reservation on or a t Januar hat
I'e'' Arriving In January from their for their winter visit to
'I""II I home In Chicago will be Mr. and Florida They had anticipated ,
r'' I IIi Mrs Howard Conant who will being here for the Christmas t( !(
come for a three weeks visit holidays.
; It
Ii with his brother, Charles H. Mrs Ruth Kehoe of Jersey
4 /' '''i I Conant and Mrs. Conant, In City and Miss Martone Souwelneof
:' u Eden. Mr. Conant like his Middle Village, N. Y. have Use Your -
V/g broth, Is in the produce business returned to their respective i
1* JT in' the "Windy City" homes after a visit with their '
I"'! ,". Mr and Mrs. Web Ordway and brother-In-law and sister, Mr '
I 1'I 1'r' children, Ronnie and Jlmmle of and Mrs James S Askin in An- New TelephoneBirectory
I Stuart. Mr. and Mrs Harold kona. j' i
Ij AnKepy and sons Rollin and Arriving last week for their
U :,' Barry from Fort Pierce will be annual winter I stay were Mr, and The telephone di ectory that has just
I \ "I Christmas guests of their par- MeonomonleWis i 3I
Mrs 8 P Elliott of
.' : ents and grandparents, Mr. and ., who I last year purchased' V oil a,, sofa bean delivered con ila I many new and

; !' L. B. "'o L" EURIT Mrs. R, V. Ankeny in Ankona.Mr. property in Ankona and built a I .reel years t6 ,errlest ghsJ changed listings wl ifh make your old
i ( < ) and Mrs. J. L. Eddy left garage there The constructionof '
I Wednesday for St. Petersburg a home will start shortly Mr.' / CAriarns end l4plea4 directory out of da*. Beginning at once;
1 ; where they will attend an Eddy Elliott Is in the commercial new yew. I
<, family reunion tomorrow. Upon apiary business Both he and I to UM the new directory will help you get
,j :iJ'\ CITY TANAGER return to their home in Walton Mrs Elliott are well known in
I' faster more accurate telephone
: their son Jonathan Eddy Mrs.Eddy Jensen Beach where theY' wIn-' ,
.' I and children, John Paul !
tered seasons. You avoid numbersby
many wrong
< t J"'f' and James Forrester from Attending the Christmas exercises I L. I
," at Dutton Memorial Church, referring to the directory when in
last Tuesday evening -i ,
in White City
; : where all classes in the I > doubt"lnl rmatJOA"wffl help yon when

l p Sunday School participated In MARTIN COUNTY the number yon want Ja not luted. .
the-entertainmentwere I Mr and
Mrs, Oils De Macsschalk ,and TAX
.' daughter Florence; Mr and \ Southern Bell Telephone and,Telegraph Company ,
: Mrs. Leicester Lennard. Mr. and a")1)aa )a)',,: ); )a :d : .* ... IMCXIUOUTII' ,
\, I Mrs. Charles Moehle, Mrs. Korpi,
,1" Mrs. John Sahlberg Mr and ,
i 1. Mrs E G.Griffin and Miss Helen -
Korpi of Walton. Children of
the Lennards Moehles, Sahlbergsand
i ij I Griffiths played an Import INVEST IN
\ tant part In the exercises
JOLLYbnia At the White City Public
j School last Thursday a Christ\
i iI'
4 mas program was given in the
rl.' first grade room with Mrs Betty MARTIN COUNTY
\ Griffith and Mrs. Alice Lennard : ,;$
1 f /' of Walton, assisting the teacher, a
,i ,I' Mrs. Barbara Person, of Eden. :,0 Jf. ,4 y
The rhythm band composed entirely '

.. "; of first Lennard grade pupils and, among BruceTiiaimili Chamber of Commerce
them Ous ,
f i : I Lox oTTOM's [ of Walton were in
I "
|| snappy new uniforms, red caps JL.* 3*
gold braid and red hats. Other .,"
A'' 4.. f,)
: BARBER SHOP Walton children taking part : ... '
I.t for f .<:'
i The Corner Market were Oeorg and Johnny 'Sahl- :. ,
cookies and Ice "
njf berg Candy : :
cream topped the fun'' for the It> :
r .
li W \
II children. These were furnished ) ,, '.
: by Mrs, Person and her assist 1 "" :
.: 1 1943 j
1 If t 'f'y'j : HARRY ORE, frop. R F LoiVhottom antsMr. and Mrs. R. V. Ankeny of I \I',
n'A \ ink 0 n a were dinnerbridgeguests '
\ of Mr and Mrs. >J. C. "

J. .! I ;; Summerlaln the Okeechobc at their Highway home last on TO ACCOMPLISH HESE OB/3CTIVES 1

r ; ii'n' n.! wt: wta .. wlwd 1.a Wednesday evening.
n a aewaow awa n
( j Women on the Christmas Card ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY. The Chamber I-EFFICI CT Streamline Chamber of
i I Committee of the Walton-Eden. has set a definite goal to advertise all phase of Amerce Jffice facilities and procedure for murn *"-* |
Property Holder Club have announced
they made 111.50 from Martin County to 1,000,000 certified readers 'of tffectiveneM, and ,roducti..n..*.

I 'I, sales This \to go into funds for national publication in the coming year. a- T CONTROL. Active participation i la"2BUILDINC I
'I club use.
I\ AND INVESTMENT. The Chamber iota [State, and federal plan for establishing

!{" 5 f will invite and encourage capital to construct additional ratcf trot hi Martin County.ST ..

1 ft 6AN A facilities for tourist accommodation, for -- .Luck INLET. Push to completion the deeP

.1.1'l the growing business need of each community_ en'lit ofV Ucie Inlet, for" which $53,000 has

'Jit"\ 4f, and will encourage new industries that will bring en appropriated.
I !
'Hj" in payroll, \

If:' "'j",; i aeIr HIGHWAYS.. Secure the 4-Iane highway through IAL FI5HIN Te publicise I by distribution I of
; I farm
'( Martin in agricultural let the opportunities for
I'' County 1948-49, work for the Improvement .
I of damaged road Ln the county, and new. and ranch,development, and to actively aid new

', i \ fAMTA C AUf road to open up agricultural area. enterprise In d. loping ,the land, and to suPport "
U > Is coNtl ro the seafood iUustrie* of thi area.

p. 'i TOW 4 ACCESS TO THE OCEAN. Continue to bring"ta II-. SPORT FISHING\D YACHTING. To publico

'I a successful conclusion all project which wlB I I.. by distribution. 0 Flaking Guide all ph*>**

live better access to the ocean beaches. of .pert fishing, and,tJUncoyrage fishing tournament

rc EDUCATION.. Work for Improved education *, aad't the- brinf'\ of ,tourist fisherm tofacilities
Ir : all tettstfn of Mart CI t,0

:! \ .. throughout Martin County : I all ph a''

c ; MEMBERSHIP.', S.ta, definite'goal.of 20%"... of touPiet attraiHo* h* ndeavorje brief, .
e is,crease In membership for the with to Ihat,
1HT'S : Chamber the both' tWter. and rettdent

Distributor Gulf Oil Corp. roducts' -' WRI< "'objective of having 100% representation from anal. aW. to.......... a 1', program for<

,( PHOTO SHOP all person engaged (in business 'In Martin! Count,. t.aelet. .nt.rtolstsasaR;, .

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Sea Us For R. R. ENGINEERS WATCH NIGHt SERVICS It Is estimated that 670.IXK()(() Ax
; Salerno NewsBy
4a & l Repairs and You are invited\ to watch the tee Indians still live In Mexico,
Tallahassee "A rose by any 1fie (] 'OC / MRS. O. D. QUIGLEY' old year go out and see the New .
". SERVICE Paris other name" does not apply to : Year come In at a Watchnlght
the professional engineer. Attorney Service held Wednesday, Dec. Today' Milk -Today
YULE PROGRAMS SI at 11 in the Methodist
General Tom p.m.
Watson has
: ARNOLD AUERPhone Church. Rev J. B. Buckey of Produced
ruled that .
use ot the word engineer
Akron Ohio will be the guest
I S4 lucie 8o. evard 142-W Is not restricted to those Christmas C HELD FRIDAYAT preacher. AU who love the Lord and
who practice professional engi Ire Invited to epter the !New Pasteurized
neering. I Year by participating in the
tn Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. In itkrtin County
an opinion 16 E. A Clayton SALERNOMissionary
Enter the year with God
ol Gainesville, attorney tor the
state board of engineer examin As w. elpress our compliments COURT HOUSE TO Barat D iry
MERRY era. Attorney General Watson of tk Season to our Society and CLOSE THURSDAY
ruled that using the word "en.i friends we we mindful of the Home Demonstration P. O. Box 1042V Stuart
R i gineer" as part of UK title of a cordiality of HRISTMAS that Club Entertain I Court to agree house on officials taking were a two-unable

RISTMASTO firm or corporation does not require results in a Veling of day holiday for Christmas but
The Christmas Friday j
them to qualify as "pro thankfulness Ifor the program all offices will be closed all day
! fessional faithful and I lal relationshlps -, at the school was well attended -; Christmas
engineers" Unless Intact of th(.a whomwe First and second grades' Offices of Supt. Roscoe Rollins. dm
ALL they are practicing professional serve. entered the auditorium with the Judge A. R. Clonts and Tax Assessor
engineering. There are Rhythm Band playing several A C. Courson will remain
other engineers. than professional May this rdiality f numbers Christmas tonga and closed through Friday and reopen THE MOST dDMPlEf
engineers the continue throu ioutthe Christmas pieces, with Mrs Harvey for the half-day, usual E
attorney general Shelton at the as RETAIL AND//HOLES/
-piano. The
months to eon '
declared and Saturday
as such thy
,qu NaK r.ese oe. eq third and fourth grades
p gave a
I too are entitled to use the word .
"engineer" In designating what play "Christmas In Merldo"I Alxnit 1,042.213 OCTet hi Aloha' ._
Stuart A & P Store
which was a lot of fun and
JANE PARK R MARVEL I they are doing, laughter. are devoted' to fur limning, IN TH /ALM BEACHES i

ANGEL OOD SANDWICH DESSING ENJOYING R. J, PE( M r The fifth and sixth grades. Moscow' "red" square was so 417 fKEECMOBEt ROAD i
sang Christmas carols with Mrs.a designate long before the Communists .
EXCELLENT FISHING anSTA D. Huddle at the piano and a PHONE 2 3831 1 J
CAKE BREAD I recitation "Fruit of the Christmas .
John H. Dewing, vlce-presl FIT Tree" by Jlmmle DeLoach.
,39c\\ 1.lb. Loaf ?... ...14c17c dent of Wlcand-r &: Co., Alka After the program the grades
I Bottle Capping Machine Co;: ., 205 .. returned to. their beautifully TO OUR -FRIENDS IN MARTIN COUNTY
11191110111111111 =1111111110111 East 42nd 8t, N. Y., here at the --- decorated rooms with a Christmas '
Pelican on his second fishing vacation tree where gifts were ex-
//UP GRADE'SPINACH in Stuart, Is enjoying excellent changed. Candy, nuts and VISIT US IN
i 2V4 casting
tangerines were given to each
Fishing with Joe McNamara. child. The room mothers gave
161 Mr. Dewing landed a 8'' .lb. sea cup cakes and cookies to add to OUR NEW HOME
trout and a 10-lb. snook In the their Christmas dinner
ANN PAGE lower St. Luct Saturday. and on IS A The Ladles Missionary Society
With Pork &T. S.J B ton Style of Vegetarian Sunday and Monday caught the E SANT together with the Home Demon- Corner Orange ,Avenue
Uwit of black bass tn the fresh stration Club,' entertained witha I

'EANS$ '24. 25c .witters..... ---Including-I -I one-double ern Christmas Methodist party Church at the Wednesday South-j and Sixth StrictSILVER

Quebec Is largest ot the Cana- CUSTOM afternoon. The room was Fort Pierce
dian provinces decorated with fed and green
'otoof E A & P Crete Is about twice the size W and poinsettias and Christmastree.
of Long Island Nw. York After exchange of gifts r
f The
CUT-RITE TRIMMED RIGHT --- --- traditional practice of candy Ice cream coffee and cupcakes
Slason'i were served to Mrs. J. P.Wllbar. .
SUPER I E. MEATS I tending Greetng Mrs. George Osborn Sr.,
II Is nt for Mrs. J. J. McCullum, Mrs. S D.
I w6STaAftS a pleas one us.
PORK Bever, Mrs. Kate Riddle Mrs
Center Cut '' Bath's Smoked Each year we l ok forward to Lois Saunderson Mrs. W.L.Mer- PALACEPHARMACY
rltt, Mrs. Ernest King, Mrs. Fred
CHOPS1\ 611 HAMS. 61CWhole 11110C11R Christmas bec use it offers Federson Mrs. J. D. Stevenson,
Mrs. R, R. Merrltt Mrs. a D. 1rt \
or Half tiscb a iplendid opportunity Quigley Mrs Martha Whittle
Vw ito Mrs C. C. Jacobs, MM. TUlle I
Lamb Shoulder Pork express our! sincere, appreciation Hulti Mrs Olady Perry, and

OAST.lb., 45'Sunnyfield LOIN 53; to each of you Miss Perry Lucille gave a Inscoe.Christmas.Mrs.poem Gladys by H. E. CE TER r

,I, Eugene Field. Own
Half '- ST 1ASLORIDA Alfred Pedersen returned home
; Thursday from F. 8. U. In Tallahassee
: sliced I to spend the Christmas hone Fort Fierce 51
Breakfast ( Cdttas/6 ABST ACT C)3111 NYlm C & E. WALKER holidays with his parents'.Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Pedersen.
BACON 831'Vii; lb.23C! Kennedy JEWELERS Mr. J. C. DeLoach left Saturday : ( 'C-: tt( ? t(
,, President for Jesup) Oa, to spend
Stuart Flori a the Christmas holidays with his
111= 11101111011 daughter Mrs. Maggie Ander i It Has Been Pleasure ,Serve (the Fine People i
--- -----
son.Margaret Blanton arrived FrI- Qf Martin Co nty .-.. a My (Hope Is That the
COCeePOSWMS* day from P. S. U. in Tallahasseeto
Cake be with her parents Mr. and New Year W I Bring ()ntinued Happiness and
Mrs W, D. Blanton through the
holidays. IProsperity to II.
a p
r Mr. and Mrs. John D. Steven
Mb. Cake ,75c b; $53.65essrc son and daughter Kathleen and
3-lb. Cake .$2.23 Ca e Mr. L. A. Conine of Stuart leftTuesday I
for New York to visit J
Mr. and Mrs. W. K, Stevenson..1
Mr. Conine will stop off with
GARDE FRE; his ,WI1 ., children and grand .
children in Allentown, N J.
FRUITS and EG ABLES Miss Katherine Scotten of Emory ..Ft

Delicious! 1 tringlesaI University In Atlanta, arrived h
Red : Green home Sunday to spend the I
Apples, 3 Ibk::39c I Bean 2-lbs..27c holidays with her parents, Mr. r
I and Mrs. P. J. Scotten.

I Green Hard HeadCabbage. 1 choice tender Celery Emory DeLoach! left Sunday, II
KIN SIGNS with Mr. Fltta for San Diego
Ib. .....,9c | Heart| ea. -.... Sc Calif, where he will visit his
brother Jesse DeLoach, and
I Persian family. In San Jose through the I
Red Ripe 1.11. pkr.Cranberries .
.OZ.15c ROBERT W. KING holidays.Mrs.
.39c [Limes, { Emory DeLoach left Sun
I day to spend the holidays with
U. S., No. I WhitePOTATOES [f A AI P r S INS less and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. M ;1
I ." Bennett In Hahlra Oa.
I r&s.17c Miss Edith Earle of Maryvllle
10lbs.45c | 5-oz. Tenn. arrived I home for the
Christmas holidays here with i
i her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H.

Astoria 4-os. jar biaco Van Earle. .

Cherries ..-....... 45 2-os..30c pkg. t<< i I .
afers .._...,

Libby'a Tomato i i'
Nlblsco ;
Juice! No. 2 can 13c t, 8-oz. A? 18e e! I MERRY CHRISTMAS til

A & P Bartlett'I .. a I
7l. C I.
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I HApfl
PEARS Sliced or Ha esNo. i AND A

23/2 Can _..-43c PEACHI27c 31 : ;
J Ji

Sultana Mint Flavored N Stuffed. ':: .: 'I i Tp THH 3 IEOPLE


12-oz tumbler ...17c Jar kI
10VlK>z. CN S I

ampbelre Tomato i i r XMr

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Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll FOR SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiniiii SERVICES OFFEREDIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1,130 New Telephone Directories CODE LINES UP iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiliiuuiimiiiiiitiMii Obituariesiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiil L4AADV llTllsMtt1ttAttV4 -/--'
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iftr I (] [ n nt FOR SALE-International truck DONT WAIT until it'* too late COUNTY.OO Tl i c tilt..,'

f I, Pl CtflSSIHO lf [ Panel body. ((1 ton). ROOMkran's See u* today for aotomob Welcomed Yule Gift To County I NEW BUILDINGS'ON JOHN DOUGLAS PETTY' NOTTCL II RD't UMV6N :; he50.u ,

Palm City Rd. Insurance that you need and WAGON ERA ..
= :;
; : the new financial responslbilj 1.w. .Af :, rrI': :
II FOR SALE Have sornql new Ity Law, Theodore Dehon Christina greetings In the make the best Use of already FOURTH ST. PIONEER PASSES ON .11..eihd. un.AiYl: :-. Drib.::-:

t t.1, WUcoiwIn air-cooled e/glnei Son, DeVott Bldg Phone form of 1,130 new telephone directories crowded central office equip. Iw ..1.y p,,,,,,
1 o with high-tension mnfneito*. "If were delivered this ment. 'Information' should be ,John. Douglas Petty, 81, died ; : .=. and ad eyh lk 0

l ;'Ii'i RATES: Ze PER WORD ORDIN. Fin for that small foat or week In Martin County by the called only when the desired at his home In Palm City Tuesday N55 hand' W' ...nsra.0...*jg..(.ja*P.,1 5 '"J: i* -L.

f '\ .,1\< ART. MINIMUM S5e FOR 11 stationery engine. RalAi Him DO YOU have trouble with y{ r Southern Bell Telephone Co number b not listed in the dI.recto" The City of Stuart;; Is. moving night, Des M. Born In Beverly m aeo: all kMa, at. Ins Oeliaaaaftf I Iel.Wg

ii'l' ''Ii f \" WORDS; 141 PER WORD CAPITALS er Motor Co. / tf bens not laying! Then The book contain many new ," he added. toward establishing an 80-foot O, May S, ISM he moved lltk ear at W II JANUARY 11 e clock H.I: iII Owll.1ysf'ii.ivns'jztJZi:

,. MINIMUM 100 FOR 17 Hen Paa-a-mln. Stuart and changed listings and other ? :,
1 WORDS.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIX. FOR SALE-Three brind new, Store. helpful telephone Information. RED CROSS TO HOLD rlghtof-way along Fourth with his family to northwestern

': t! .", still In the crates, Air-cooled --+__i___ It hu gray cover to distinguish ANNUAL MEETING ,JAN. t which would' be the artery leadIng Nebraska, where he married Miss aa freei ear parcel SUte 1=:.:111"k =::

I APARTMENTS FOR RENT Lauson 4-cycle ouMoard i iton. mo.i' SPENCER SUPPORTS fof wo it from the old green-covered to the ocean, beach If the Dora Clark, later moving to Missouri ill.mt1ee aaM oTeJI TliS.1":. *
1 /
I um.der115 .... iMa"
to See, ns todayRalph Ul The annual meeting of the W k al, .to..
\ Men's !belts Lllell
IIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIATLANTIC I I I I / I men. .w. wok and A. 8. Dobbs, manager new bridges are built. Commissioners by covered. wagon. towrd. II
mer Motor Co. / tf 11(1 Orang Aft j Fort Martin County Chapter of Th
h I gey for this area, hat urged that old ,
Monday night approved .
i Pierce Phone '197-M books American Red Cross will beheld Became to Palm City In 10 U, .55 Dora.g1f { et ge '
\ f r ap be destroyed to avoid
error t : ::
", \. I r 4 FOR SALE-New, fmall house, pointment. tI In calling numbers at 7,:30 pin, Friday, Jan. V at a motlon lo draw an ordinance where he lived antU his death. II-se,45 S-so, em55 ajpi, o oLoo -I_,

CI completely fumlsf ed. Only 12,- the chapter house. The public requiring that new building
IY' I The Stuart area-which Includes Survivor' an his wife, S daughters .
'j I 500. Inquire Sheldon Baker, TRUSSES, elastic kIngs, all communities In the is Invited to, take part In th follow a'set-back line M feet .I"-.JTIJ':. .t T..l
Allen Burrell and Mn.Lena' '
l Monterey Subdivision write knee pads, anklets, i e Stuart election of officers dlrectonfor Mrs. ,.m 55 1
101 or
'PI gIFI !'Ill t tf tfDON'T county except Indlantown and from the existing center of Feigel of Palm City and Pee. ..N\"I, n. L":11"! *
Box 7.7 Stuart11,18,25 Drag Corp. the new year and to hear ,
Port Mayaca received MM directories would allow
IyF RI Fourth Street, which
f ; j"j f ,a e. a pI 1 *at last year's Initial the review of the work of the Mrs. Marie B. Johnson of Stuart,, tot: t. Btark t. POBT ,aSN4, b.
j WE HAVE .eat ,e."en for all WAIT until. It'I too late. sidewalks to be built and lac a IvMlrUloa' a |.,1
I I I m distribution \Installa- chapter during the put 1! son Clifford A. Petty of ekala : tw 5
i m"m"I See. automobile Indicating and a of Let II. Mill"
s today fpr
'. makes of tarn Rayon coven tires of 170 new phone during months still give the 810-(.0k right-of- groat ?!.....I. II s,,' ...Byes..
:M:..'. ] for sedans, .installed 12230. Insurance that ynu feed under : way Miami he leave 6 grandchildren II
I'' tbs 12-month .
.) Ralph Co. tf the new financial Inponslbillly IT WAS OUR ERROR : and t great-grandchildren, .
.. I UlmerjMotor/ TheodoJ ofi the continued paper Arthur Ausborn of Wlleyl Mn Bertha Smithof Tke e.ller.1.1.' mI I ,k, wars.
1 Law. Dehon In last week's Newt under an also 2 sister, PAkE ADDITION. NO ..
/i I j I COURT FOR SALE-Antique woven' bedspread Son. Dehon BldVf phone $1. shortage only a limited supply advertisement below the signature Oarage asked for a water supply Coo Bay, Oregon, and Mrs of 0... 1M I. aai1. .n.SuklMa..,i r k

I APARTMENTSSTUART 100 yean old. Mrs. IIiiiiiMiimmiiiiiiiMiiiii tf of directories could be piloted of The Friendly Tavern we : across the river Told by Andy Thorium of CoYlncton.Okla. l' 11,.r- 05. .$..., .f5 14"
'), FLORIDA and Dobbs requests that good -
f.\ Newly Decorated, Fully Equipped English, R Fla" 11,18,23 ,Jan. 1 stating would Block Lou .
d Or I
| I .
Iao4 a .
1' J Housekeeping Apartments .. NOTKliiililiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii :S He also request that telephone closed all day'' Sunday. The wu not feasible at present because at S p.m. Saturday, Dec. 37, at I .e J4 I.., Bk. II: L a...s 1 1t.

r. Weekly or Seasonal Rates IllimililillllUmilllliHllllillllllllllllllFOR l user refer to the directory for Friendly Tavern is now open of expenses Ausborn urged Johns Funeral Home, with the t.t iaa. 11,,aa II*.I'54 Bleb. II.11:I I ;1" :: I' "'

W. T. PAGET, Mrr.I. RENTIlllllllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllll DO YOU NEED lore income? the desired number. "Lookingup every Sunday. 1 the drilling of two or three Rev. H. H. Jones and Rev. Wallace .1. II ..a 14. Blerk ..... L 11 L a,
Telephone 12 : I l I All or part tir y No selling the number helps avoid the wells for fire protection. H. Stern officiating Burial 4. .. .. ,. I. 4ISI I I I5 15.n4
II. II, le. .
t. \ Your own boss and possibility of getting a wrong DUTCH TREAT WINNERS I He also Fern Hill.\ II to It.I 11. II, II y.
FOR RENT Beautiful furnish ilfnlfled protested the alleged will take place at !1. Blecc' II; Lou fn. u,
I' 'ii j IIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIMIVIIlllllllllllllllltllllllSALE ed houst. 1 bedrooms, S baths, new. Pays ei good, $55 lumber' and frequently saves Winner at last Thurada,'. 60-mile per hour traffic on the .... 14: IS II. 11 I. 0, le,ai.l IL Y I

a: '' ftreplaee and complete elM, cash required Bred Give time for the calling party, as meeting of the Dutch Treat i highway. STANLEY PRODUCTSCHR1STMASPARTY la..II II..II* 41. II. Block. II, )I] 54. II, N R

+ ( IllillMMlliiiiiiliiruiiiiiiiiimilliiiiiiii trlcall/ equipped kitchen. Also your address n [phone. Box well as the party who might be Club at the Civic Center were II 5.... IS. 14 II, |- It.1.1.1Lls II, 1/5q
't 5 R, of Sti called In error," he said "Con Mrs. M. Furlong and Miss Edith ,a.. II II t) eae: a4.1 17. Looi
car art ,
one-bed ewo
new room e.ttar..n I. I. ,
; SALCon
FOR rted model A I I. T IIS. 5. IL IL ILIe I,
'l.,j'', I motor elimpletely overhauled riverfront. Cross Roads, ,Jensen 1.8 sulting the directory: also helps Coventry DIRECTORS PLAN The Tampa branch Of Stanley III.:le Ute. It i III la aa4 II In.lae. I. Isss-5'--be' 5t. .

L. A. te.*frin, Palm City Reach, Phone 156-J., tf Over 25 years I IIda. Ml I and Flor- Horn Product Co. held Its Let. Is.,

:' ; I it, I __ _'__ 25Jan.1_ FOR RENT Modern equipped Expert on S, o. 1, ocean- Christmas party at the Stanley le, ;tl'14 41,, IIII 47, :"l 11.11 alas, :
., front andtrades F rida nds, Also CHAMBER DRIVEDirectors Ranch, former Ira Max property, 'L.5.1a4r.e Si.,51511 i i
,d f FOR SALE- 32' Colonial Cruiser, cottages by month or season. Dec, 20. with B C. Ring, ranch' II. II. II II, II la, II, II. a.
,7 103bea*, SO* draft, I Nffcly furnished with once two FOR SALE hundred' 54. I'. 55. 51. 55 1 '>. II M II r. .
". SEE ME Ff R INV] TMENTSRooms manager, u host One 1 II. 41 41. 511 .. u. BIss. 5.
( 4, stainleftl, steel galley; large of' three bedrooms. Reason visitor from all part of the L.1. I to II I..,. .', II I'', M 4
able. Olympia Ice Co: Hobe tOS-tlt, OlyMifml ipla Bldf, of the Chamber of IT. II. II ea Ut !
I head, tour and Hash stand 1, flof a 700 feet from Ocean to River. All]l high State, and the local representative 41 5515r..', /., 41 --4 ::, j.- ::
Sound Fla Commerce
\ Telephone, Z5S1.FOK Monday night
I.t' Dishes an glass ware withships Dec U, Jan, 1,1NOTICELnoor approved Mrs. J, R. Troxei, spent the Nall U 11 kw. II II J. Ii 45
,w namrt New, solid mahogany marsh land.V 3 miles Nonh of Jen plan for instruction ofcanvassers day viewing ,the development ta II '!OIIn'; I' a k
no Block 517
: confrol cabin Completely RENT Apt. } and 4 2 in the all-out memo
with -
li' jTooms. Month, season or NOTICE To our Arthern bershlp drive to be launched The national firm Tke ,.....t.. telePARE
sererted: Delco Aux. yearly. \12 foot Abstract 541. d 5115
: i sen Bridge at ; at Westfleld, Mass,
::1 i / AH electric Greens Apts. friends returning tart. We with a breakfast at Stuart Hotel ADDITION I. aberhyd. .
generator, 9 h p Grey Economy as of GD'
( \ f ulll develop the property port IMo I Ir A' eat tI r1
t enfln* Asking $','50. 431 Coconut Row, Stuart, Fla. are still In bnsmesiAvgardlen showing marketaVe title. e Monday, Jan. I. southern headquarters, with offices ae la PR IIScollea .n II, J t r,
,it/ I"" Will consider I ar and trailer 11, II, 25, ,Jan. 1 of rumors belqg Wrenlatod. Discussing ways and mean of administration building II, T'* In a, ur655.t,1l.el ,
Our phone Is still\ lift Our new the most out of the .
Mai getting
In trade. be seen at St vacationing y,5/,15na
FOR RENT Furnished home location Is France A and residence for 14 .1... II bI II 5., Is.
r ;. I Luck River fe. Docks rtments heavy volume of mall being re- II 51. IL.
Inc. Apply personnel 11. 55. IT. 55. II ... .
Stanley 0. 55
I ( E. T ,Johns%'. Z5! ,Jan. 1 I Z bed rooms. New electric kitchen annex No. 1. Cbrlstoplher. Elee- x WRCE calved by the Chamber the director The enjoyed a turkey *, "I 41II'. 45. II, u s s ":a
I' Writ P. O. Box MS, tie Shop, f tf E. R. approved formation of a group 91mb 6.r I li1..,. IL 1t. i:
dinner, and Charles Lanier, area 11, it. 151411 sd
; boa"Uhtf. ; Stuart .
". t' FOR SALE-11 f A Florida.APARTMENTS special committee which will manager, said he looked forward 54k 111 i.. 5 1 M. .'I. I"I-:;;
h.p. Onan englie. Inquire) tandinbhlntf nd In. N.2JT confer with Manager K. B Kraft' II /I.., II t. 12 rp, II, 55 It
,5/ j Stuarl FOR RENT 11 years ex fence, 112 Street to to many more. happy time In II .lap. sad II IeI.Ili. a44. .. MlTM ,
I Schumann, Auto Camp, a general follow-up plan.
", t : Modernised J rooms and bath. service anywhere in t Indl. Fort ffk, Fla. Stuart. ,.....,,0.. La I .,..h dnO
BOOKS-At Stuart 525 South Federal Hwy. an River Area 1 Fret Est!. LEGAL ADVEITUfMENT PAIII ADDITION' J. I. 5,15,5,41. .

r II' LYDIA BAILEY, %.e..Offiee:1 I mate*. Work guarantees, Bob THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR ,5I....P Of a cep Ce.1a1 1M I, .151515 a T.. '. II 111.11, '",
Fete IN
erts; BRITANNIA% FOR RENT-Apt. recently redecorated Little and H. W. Pe n, or Observed MARTIN COUNTY

'I f $Jory Sharp; YOL'N I All electric kltchea.Fqclnf Mgr. Fort Pierce. STATE OF FLORIDA. .. t..1. lil a':: :;'" ,n'lf; lo'i":;; :MITi
I"" bert Best; VESPtlS In VIENNA SL Lucle Inlet with Dec. II, 25, ,Ja $ EQUITY. No IPld.llrf Let. I. I. 1 1 Ins, ..1. II..
I Mar4all River and Ocean view. Boats PLORKNCK i n6 11 ,_ Blor ': L,.. I 5.1 k
Bruc, TIE w.Chason' B. TI
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Smith Home
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and world finest fishing at OWSIf alMI1'
I 1 I MONEYMAN ThoniV B. *.- Dot........ 53. 50 is 45 I... 45. 0. .', 44. I'
your door. Phone 151J., tf / od 45. 44.55 at.1. II.. IL II
'Ii taln; THE STORY |>F MBS.. oEa TO Arraaa
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MURPHY, Natalie Anderson SAILFISH CLUB Jt/sen Beach, Florida 551'5,0 of ruN.1T.O.L.
Huh L.a .51ata.
511 '
Yule .
I Scott. TOR RENT Floor sanding machine Spanish n.0, f\ Men NNew5r5 Bret: Ip: : I ; 4.. Ii a IIIs.,1a14Sm

----- and edger BeaDIaII r.- rr.srta..an..oId55\ '. 55,111. II Is.
I Sear., .... .._ 55. 55. II 50 II O. 45. 4Sia4IM
FOR SALE-House pair wUte your floor at reasonable rate 111.4 lu '. .Utrd Wt .10. 1S a7 le5 u oS a'slush

; S260 perlgatjon. Phone 10g, Stuart ,lIanh,.,. having served oversea iri the Los 8pW Club of 0.....alrf.a'Owo d I .NsIsWt....10 a ndd.a Wt 1M N.s.ace ; 54r, .... I. 5.4.550 H5..
.. ''II. 15. It, If 11 '. II ... 54. 114.
106th .
Ar Co. U Infantry Division. While ar 11u t1.
'j I ::e $25 gal Martin County High School, was M PSrNs. r .w.p 1k.t 5 s1..s. d..mis' sal. Is.. 1 Ie I ,re? It 1s I. w
enamel $%QQQper here then he enjoyed the inlet .... Malrwu t1 e. 51 'rq h. 54. Saud445Iahosl
entertained Monday night by .04 5dd u u ddMs4 m :: :
it, I value, Naop.. I FOR RENT; Whirling type lawn fishing winning a plaque in the ,Jerry Ann Smith at the Riverside a .... .101. I. M ...... ahea.d Bails n.1arNb.Ir/i.., 5.NIs.
: Iall.n..u Pain .nl, mower, by hour or day. See Stuart Sailfish Club tourrlhrnent .004 sad .hoI m 10 ... 5r.a5a 1415 55 a It .d114.1,1.. :
Dr home of her parent, ... 8.... d "Inri ,... ....... of a 51.1'11 ..
At the land Henry Kindred, Stuart Hard for the largest pompano !caught: Mr and Mrs. Smith. _. upoa .. 14 bl.d, Sbe. n1. o I. ...d. .1.
Jerry Is50.. 'Iaok toe L 4 It 11Ir.
I Store, N. I ware Co. Phone 101. tf on rod and reel In the contest ..... doI'_ that ddod.st .r 11. 15. 55' A I..., lo I' ... IIlO1r.,1I.
old Mexican ... ...
Following an
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I Fort Pierce a.ii. He also won a citation in the tom of Christmas observance the .11-, ....... of.... '..... .lrm5 .. IL I 11.
II. II all 11.1/4.
I I it, K, I ; NICE DOUBLE rooms now available Metropolitan Miami tournamentlast young Spanish student substituted IT Mf.MM 18 THEIIRYORN. 0.... Fyn l 5551D Irrmr. ...115511u .. IT ... II 5. S ... f1 .5 ... 5rl. .
new furniture Hollywood year for a large bonefish ease for the Is o 555 .., .. f .." 1041 5. 111 Los. I so u51 155115:
,. FOR SALE In. Salerno, mN beds, Innerspring mat caught in the K'ys. This fall yule tree the traditional i...._,,101.. .. rl..mr tl.dssd.s ar,1 art, {.w .ere 4.515.
clay Jar in which the .... 15 11. II a I r, II. 14,541.11I.er
:apartment, garage, Ash o e, 14 .a 0111. I IM CIehce .
'Ji'' P' v tresses. Rates from f 15 weekly he spent a month boneflshlng l1. C'"I' C.r1 tar II .I. Cm55ePbrld. II a1 .M1 5. u 4.f
-'3 1 f N completely equipped tII' and up. Rex Hotel, Federal at Marathon before coming to gift member were, made placed.dizzy by A spinning blinded .. a .ol 51.4: r a.l! : N.N,14 re: ,m. ,:"55"::..L'Ilya L 5 M 6.

y 1"" storage shed Cold itoraitnftt I Highway at bridge. tf Stuart for the winter. around := -=..5. mblhh.d Is 5,5 0.55. ..... I. 1a.A111.u4' -
J must break the a.,1 Isar MM..5i.oweek.
1 ', for 150 barrels. Elect b. V pottery L.Se 1. 1 15S,
pf In Introducing him to the b.f.e5 510 P.55'O .. .1.5.4 Isale sal 1r 00. : : :
container after which the guest 11 m55, 11 La. ITS'
hoist 100 ft. of wataffroiTine IIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIIlimilllMlinillllllllllLOST I the Sailfish .M
community Club
: I i to t "' .site for trailer. ourlI & FOUND through, Ito president; Neal, AMCIUC\CHRSTMAS scramble for the released gift*. 1 Or WITNIbe vex COURT WY MAHD 511. 10 AND'Mf 1'='. 1'-' 411TRUNTtn INT5RNA4'Ir, .

II' I I camp or yacht basin Klso fo I 1111I111111I11I11111I1111I11I11111I1111I11I11I1LOSTSatnrda Bishop, has asked that full cooperation GEORGE WASHINGTON .M11117.L5t.t, M.nl.0'. '. msJ. PBonalN 0 Ul'D HI or TN{frAn'
I. 0 T,
}I 1 I sale. 5 skiffs with Oirysle :- or '
sea In town bill. be given the new officer Clerk. d ... J,.. Cmii. rwa'DI '
several Smaller WILL SLEEP HERE .... ,... I IFW..n. Cmr6 I/
J I motors and I fold containing bond, 4 ten 1151. 114 551. IlIk .Ia1: J. roueanT.a' .

.. 10 bats Yan-type 1940 MA truck 1 dollar bills, change, picture "We feel that in this expansion I. L8GAI. ADVUTUUII /A Torx5.arPn.M's.! I .
,,. f 'In good condition Georre"f' The FIne Art Guild of Stuart L I sr.bYd.d
Ii' 5i tudent pass to F.SU. Emily of service the Sailfish Club 6r JT 5, 1111LrnAL
i::1 I. Gunderson, Box 14, cjf Phone I ft Beach. Reward. Box 78J. wUl/ be able to offer Stuart and announced today that Kaufman I NOTICE OP rrOCKHOLDtANNUAL MUTING

I h L. ."t", Stuart 11-W. tfm ] % Martin County more this year & Hart' production "George tke, aaaaal. ,,Mar of ... ateci vUTu MNrIN

,lti "'P" : !I : BUND-Tool kit. Owner con than ever before Bishop said, Washington Slept Herewill be en ol Ike CHIUM, Buk .of Stwroeilaeca
I t station 5rmn. rl.ldp M IS. .raw. .
FOR SALE bedroonf bunga- s
oewice the
tact Marshall, Ocean Breete "and want the public and especl Oullo second production of .man sad ....a..albs .. sup r THI rlUDCE'I COUIfAllTiN
II\" ;1" 'low. Inquire 172 Cleveland lark. for the current season. Directed by aryl aw? ooote More tke mt .
1 Pay i ally visiting anglers to feel free ...... .. ... M AND /ORavlDA
: Av, Also lot for sal* reason Dr. C. K. Lane, with nil. will eo offleo" scIGYkL
-I to call on Mr. Warner at anytime casting now CIII... Bank ./ Slaort I..., is T41J)
I oai .1.IC.TIOII: (
j fr t ,, able. Dec 24, Jin. 1.1,15 III I iilliiiiliililiinimiiiiiiiiiiilliillillWANTED for sport fishing informa taking place the play will be U... own, .... koan of till 1 1ea r. 55 R5, OUA sY AN"HIP liP
I 1 I presented in < Sill >, n.lod.. .. T. t
early February.The MALY AITA
I ; FOR SALE ": cabinet, tion"H a. B STEVENSON, eiIT 1rr _I
f"A new last )'Klkh-et at half 1111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 B. Kraft, u manager of the play wa selected because Ca.bw. ALt WH YAY cOMCIIII''

I t' 'I i 'I": price R. y, ,Jensen WA b rding.ED -Eatlbla Pair of type.rabbits Write for, Chamber of Commerce, extend A of it* timely humor and wide appeal UtCAL ADVtRTIStalEMT Tm her us,4. M .1511..".'.....5155....5..Mr'a ...

; Beach e4 full cooperation of his office J.deu .... udard. tl 5NW
j \ __ Bo\ 0, car The Stuart News, NOTICE OP INTENTION TO RECUTEB fr n A4. 1-% r

I : 1, FOR..UU-Beautll: Jl Blooming St fla. .. _I ,JUNIOR RED CROSS CHRISTMAS GIFT OF $50 ..NotM. la FICTITIOUS koroor ...NAME. Ual tke ... 5 .wi .bard.55115,b. rd.y..

African Violets infchree rises, : Man or woman, pre. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM SENT TO VETERANS _I....] .... .... ..../..... .! c.....- SNtba N ... ., ., -
1 the Ideal Chrlstm4 Gift.-also WANrjD VER N CII SON ler Illll, Lawc of ttorloa.. Art .. 1141, Ja 1555Onetbo ..n ,...... -
sentsvl I. appearance, for door .,iH reefater sob are Clerk of tke Clr. .' .Id _
I Double Poinsettia 'Ptntu, Be. to dwr work In ,,conjunction The Martin County Junior Red A Christmas gift of $50 was cull r._. ...Cftarf.. ta ..<' for( HarUa..Caewtv., N.so, .r.1 till IU.Hua so.
> noclal aroot
apce anka.eatloa
r 'igonia. Etc. Some maU plants' with Rational Horn Improvrrlce. *- Cross presented a special I I sent this week to the ,Joy Shop at tkle notice. Ike lletltkMa some U a CL ant;:
t aa low as 25., \AB healthy, ment Salary and Com- Christmas Program Sunday of Pratt General Hospital In Miami N'..... Gnu, J.Y

I \ I\\. ? I blooming plants pots. Mrs mime Splendid Opportunity.Call Dec. 1 over WIRA. The pro by Mrs. Clara Vaught, rehabilitation mM TUART what 1 SEA will)rooD_..MAtKtTIM .a "hml.rp, 551155 5m. 4 1. I. I" .5541.AL .

4 5 I l't"r, Ernest Lyons, 5 Seminole 2 8 Ver Beach or write gram was under the leadershipof chairman ot the ........ u, _../..1..1 ..... N "' .._ 51
I $, r Street 11,11,24 Itoulk Arinw ...... to ...... Mar.Ul UTIID4cTNoK4
I I iC _---n -- Box tm tf Mrs. Dorothy Tuck, Junior BACK AG.4/N Legion i Auxiliary of Jensen 0...*. ..1arId.. tkel. tke lo...lrMi....
d Beach. taureeue: ..... ... _. ...
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'SeTFor Red Cross chairman, and Mr tf to O.
i FOR SALE trade for ti
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'r p Jobs bi ml hurt des To ms
HELP To Prevent vanes
Mrs. IN
44u t motor boat, IS* Indian Mo- Aecldenl Wendell Waters, Stuart Band di- / ,Wlnowlckl, auxiliary ore. 1.. ,,1r 5wsae --1M a_ TlN
Com t* Ralph rector. Mr. Waters directed the president, stated that the Mid la ... / r
I ) M I' } toreycle. Box 2)3) Salerno.FOR Ulmer A>tor Co. for 'Wheel Choral A New Shipment of AUfWool money wa donated by member.to CAa aDCAa J 111011. j..I1.. d DM +
Group of
comprised ,
i 050
!CV : I JIIIIS lIls lug I... ...a.L3CAI 055 55 phr$ 5, deY
: ) p and tin lignmemt They will High School Junior Red Cross be used for purchase of Christ- r Its SY. C4'5 d
I f f SALE R 'II Christmas help yoil prevent that acci. members. Soloist were, Mrs. AUfWoolAxminsVerRugs mu joy for the families of the suns NTNOTICL 1041 11. ,ClrslS 111 Is old 15 5d
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r J : tree Indoor amf octdoor light dent. 1 U Dorothy Tuck, Miss Betty Lou hospitalized "'terana.HOSPITAl. or I evince Rlcuraa ka.W. b4 1.tln Ins 5'xLNwl

I f All colors Marfn County Elee- Matheson, and Miss Ann Plt PICT OWN I
WANTED m>Bir next wlringrjob AUXILIARYTO Metlco tooeralvneil 51.5 4b. us. AtALTYRN71M1,,,
75I .
i trio Co. Phon man The program was read by ktor dtn
; j and appU ell repairing. N* .b1.1 1 11 muss.
Aprd YI.
Miss Beverly Smith and John MEET MONDAY 1MII, Lew d rlu.
;I fOR SALE: 1H find 4 b.p. Lau- Job toe blgir to small High Oadd. lost, WIUIk 0.51. 1 W qet d ..Ioe. w 5.rb P' /M
IT son alr-cooleJ engines. AlsoIrrigation quality. LoOl --. Phone Stuart pet, Woman' Clreolt CoaConilj. M Jet. Vf
ewpmretlg. 1551 a 14Y nru, '
I' Tiuiips. Ulmer MoUr 117. cVtalopher Electric .The Auxiliary of PtorMa.el ,.. l a.5me I 0.Crl ,
rukHcottoa .55W, t4 roil
t I I Co. I tf Shop. Frank Apartments an. BUY PUBLIC YULEEALS URGED TO in sizes from 6 by 9 bar A fine selection. meet Martin Monday County night'Hospital Dec. :M will at Una atop et..LUC NOTaa.nM Pal bola,45.. )55 STrn T5W ,,?Jr?

l'' AVOCADO TRIj 'S for sale I Ingallon Del: No. L I 4f .1.a Momu
of 7:30 .5 a
11 from choose. : as the Nurses' Home. Mr*. ,'
patterns whicUlp 5. 50 soW
cans .ratted wintered balm or Mil d bw/r./ c. w
,With only $500 received far Carr
011 Dunscombe
Auxiliary ,
LOT WANTED*- on navigable Prices Is Stows P. Ca.lr Via., 51.
bearing nrle .00 each stream suits* for erection of from Christmas Seal-sales, the begin at president, will appoint a nominating 1155 t1. 5d4 ., d a utd 1.1. Dm't. llt I
I Get them at i m. ouse any day I 5.. an w.Hn, L d usd sn.asbLa.
organization today asked all !
a private Ak and small to select next: ., d SlumS, N 5 non re us ya 5LMiTNOHCLOP
f Edwin A. Menu iter, 8r, 211 cabin. Doe >*> have to bo In : who till have the seals to mall $39 year slate of officer, and reports Os-..,
f '
I Martin Road. town but miuoVo reasoaabl them in < with the money ob the progress of the cut- u1AS IN AOaD LAw. atsTO1I

AGENTS for Gould ,.. All Send offer to Kigali r. Mar. Christmas Seal paid for 2,314 rent membership campaign will 0.5.4,11,1 IL TWS MI r

11*I. Immediate VlellveryWSteiart kao, 4613 Woodlard Ave, Do- X-ray at three period last Molt m in our new iRowroora\ 900 South be ,made ... ADVERT rwy dr 551.5.kuh"ri"d r 5 .b IM e50 P's OM

1 Hardware C..\Phone Unit Mich. % 11,18,25 %ear, and the mobile unit will Dia-io opposite th. park in FortViorce, 5ire/.Its dW

-L MS. \Vtt fi*.here again Feb I to 13Baals STUDENT Rtcoosi ION NOTICE D* IOM TO aaaleaa r r w dc
mm dl ,,
ads RICHARD COKPEK arc on public sal In the Student home for the ChrIst. Y nsse 510 tls'us. a P IMF
FOR SALE -- Vsaeta. Cooper DeLand nevroper editor of fide Edward Mapp post office ma vacation are cordially Invited HTIntead 15Ye Sul.w u d m 11 rmas

Cistern made, by Slat all., and war veteran, Tliii week / arcade. Churches are coDerating ; to th* ,MethodM Church Melt AtOM, OrVTOUO SlKaa some, iMnoaal,., soil to. Icotloa toMMIto Mj GALL WI Yh
n Inc. Mutts C..nty rep a became the first candflLit le ( by using Christmas next Sunday at 10:46: when the rwietoisrlel Ike Ctork ol Ike OtonttOkorl 1M/ .sal .mm

UUv Martin County EIeiIoOe. Governor file his qualifying'or/ deal. blank sheet in printing GRIFFIN-ECKER Inc. pastor Rev. W. O., Aldrtdg 'will\ to 5 esSeelse : r ar d*
Phone 7,*. U to OP MUeIts .g"'yA11aM.r r
their Sunday program Mrs bring 4 special message to them .. M al .N

SPECIAL. -Flashlight comp te OHth and filing lee with Orac Bteelman. treasurer, said FLOOR COVERINGS
with batteries and bulb. ... (ary of Stale Cray. that 75 per cent of the money, ; J. t. Rtehaid. for,year PPlurr1Y.S1 5M5..a,1 N Prim ewie ,, .twrb pr YD

'A real l Christmas gift for the stays In the county, IS per centin FORT an honored .mlntiur. of the JND

'hey, Martin Coty Elertrie. The populations of Brazil aviagei the State, and I per cent -. ;PIERCED,. FIX Florida 00nI__. win.preachH Yn YIaY hats MAT,5LDu

11.JI, 25 12.M peopl a wjuAre mils goes to the national of floe.V ',tit"!* 7:M pot MrvVM. Der d4 It, l NLI'F 11, I5? 454?, Jw ,

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JENSEN M K. ANCBERG furetuldaglurlou Ann and Betty Chisholm
a ChrJstrrtaa, I.ao .

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11 11 0 c Gq STINGS I Peace and good will of 'I
/ Our entire Hag U happy
Ifo ioua Chtietntas wish you mU the )eye ofestive / a
{ice f,Q A fay you and youramity lime. t'R t' Christmas unit New Gr etings A
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of the most rorlW. -
,Gas Yule seasons We ko time out I
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", hop t New 'M h.ppi..;Y.eo
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1!t t, l I THE STUART NEWS g{OAST. MARTIN OOOTT, FIOWDA.I THtlaealxJkc,u.4t. ,


P (: ;.;::1 ; : VETS DEFEAT 1 and lull time several, were ot the forced-vlsltors to consequently play-I t ROSE BOWL YM QUEEN b -.I Yale Penn Rowing reamS WILDLIFE RACE Schooling EYUNOUNG to greltlounde' -In MaTtftta'ehedttl'd The ,return'Sunday r&STfoNEixj tennis between m&lchi.ion ;"

'HI The two halves were direct Op-I for the $0 riatot teajn from Delray Beactt iol,
Meet Lake Worth "Jan 3 BRIEFS preparation ,
t.f. I l VERO 14.6 poBltes The teams fought score- on ;, meeting at the Palm Beach Kennel Stuart In DelraJ were
iMsly until halftime with neither tit- tilt inclement weather\unJ
':' I passing the others It yard a Club) fl'1U'' beIIt t> Deemef(; 28, (

"i t iIJ: : t : FOR 6TH WIN I line. But the second half turned BI..Umeowln.. between topflight high stroke and maintain a. "Federal aid In;wlldltf*, rest- The pace"meeting open Jasone nex( Bundav,.Stuart won a dtu.sweep

Vf:, Into a aeries of touchdown collegiate teams will come blistering pan all the way, ofatlon U generally conceded to 1 day sods Atom H dW in the first matches t5'

1.1 I \l I drives, three In. a row, suiting to South Florida for the first Coaches Allen Wall of tale have been 'the' moat affectivesingle It Mere M. *eeka'ago:
\ I \ I with Stuart The Vet tallied time Jan. 3 when the varsity and Russell Callow of Pennsylvania General Managed R. PM Bryan -- -
II \ J ,'f Walter Rein Scores Twice; on 'tra',rht ground power the ,Y4r crews from the Universities of will map the actual course development .In lame" announced last nltftt Sisal. fiver) 'n percent of NOI'Waf.II
,: 1 Team Idle This; i first time they got the ball In Yale and Pennsylvania' clash on m Lake Worth to allow the best management In recent yean, the schooling of tbd' dog would unproductive, 1
I "j'' Week End (the third quarter starting witha Lake Worth, j teat of racing skill coupled with It was stated by lame Silver, begin December M Each greyhound -

-yard punt return by Walter Th event, which te scheduled a maximum accommodation for regional director Fish and WUdUf must be schooled twice: Only |.a percent of Norway' *

f' i.I. Bouyed by Victory No B't I Rtln broke Eight plays later Rein to become an annual affair, is spectator; Their preliminary' \ ". Service Atlanta, In a report under hate lupervlsion. This under -.- -....,....;;i.
through the Were center of the lake Indicated a tight
I being sponsored by Regatta, Inc., inspection ,will take approximately
( over Vero Reach Saturday fur the t to .score standing up I or which Valentine C Bartlett it will be possible to pass. under :presented at the recent tot annual No schooling r acts will W COIl *hwelnt Oak .u.b. timer, )ftAn

.."'t II I : night, the Stuart Veterans ; and. Charles Hall placeklcked of Hobe Sound is president one of the local' draw-brldf and Southeastern'Fisheries and ducted on Christmas Kv. and Ute Hartwtll racing secretary, liar:
', ''I I'' have an open date thin weekI the extra point : Er Bartlelt son Is a member of perhaps finish In the basin area Wildlife Conference, During the plant will be dark night beforethe llrt Gibson mutuel man t

I I .tied preparatory to their Vero came right back starting the Yale crew Limited to two between the Palm Beaches and I teat nine rears, t1,839,000 In Federal opening,' when last ntDOl Rush Oroh. I lure operator, (S
: ""t final. engagement of the season fon their own 26 after the kickoff schools this year, it is expected between the Flagler Memorialand aid funds haw been appor detail will be'completed. Lot photographer and Wlmw.

: i) ?,' :I in Went Palm Beach on t. Led: by halfback Alvin Rels-: i that future expansion will Include Royal Park Bridget Honed tb'' the It Southeastern Allen Macke win gain be gene' Shot auditor
: Jan: 2. At least four team' re who" turned In a brilliant perfotmance all the nationally outstandIng Spectators thus could ae the States, nearly\ half the tl'I'l8,000 eral manager Bryan assistant. Twenty-seven kennels hi,i
tentatively/ 'were' In line for all evening the visitors crews In a big mid-winter races from the shoreline of West expended was used for develop Bill Powers publicity director,' been booked, which m-anj'thai\
.;. '", I \ match with the I marched by land and air 74 water carnIval. Palm Beach or Palm. Beach, oil ment and Improvement of wild- Leo Hartwell. presiding Judge, approximately 400 greyhound !
j J' a Veteran yards with Reiser driving the be In '
I, Both schools Mils from the bridges, Grandstand lit* habitat, g Frank Sheen, associate judge will action
thh: week, but failure of last 4 for the TO His placementhowever year are accommodations and loud speaker ___ .. .
and Junior varsity
d sending varsity
r !iKKTrtiaJiorm 1 < left only the re was partially block' 'service will be at the Und Bill t
teams which are due to arrive provided Toe National Policy iiCi II.n.ICICtp'ct( (
I' I turd clash with the Jets on and wide to the right. The score .r finish line. ft ;
I In Wed Palm Beach Satur- H 4417, introduced by Congr'ssman i
I [he',Jituart schedule I came. on the quarters last play 1 I. day to start a week of intensive ''Th cooed Will be held In late I, Jensen of Iowa, merits 91
The Vets wasted time. i
Sorely handicapped by a shortag no VIRGINIA GOODIHE training. Adding further color afternoon of Jan. 3. but the actual the. support of every citizen' theWildlife
of substitutes Ve-o Beach I,Starting l:; on their 3D, Rein Jack I to the inaugural race will be the time will dtpeftd I upon\ Management InstituteBald WS'W.N'roR!
watlmply outmanned by the Hartman Bill Smith and Jlnf E'illlft'f'n! year old Virginia, which \ Christmas
1 fact that It will have a bearingon weathefand tide conditions and today ThJ proposal \
I Vela Saturday night before approximately Tu ker alternated' In sweeping: IIaeale coed l ut Muir City G>1- Olympic tryouts' scheduled the actual course selected would provide a': national land /ftwtenln: ,w
64 yards In 10 plays for touch
300 f ana,on the rain legs, lies Wn! eluted of later In the year. and both the Leaden of Regatta, 1n have policy based on the wise lISt of
down with Rein scoring from / quern
4 i ttaked high school field here I varsity and jayvee crews 'will pot adopted any schedule of ad. our soil and"watet resources and
the 4. Reliable Hall again booted I ,Cilif. Toiintnmcnt
I : Only four players.other than the thrPwvlciiii:
I race thj' gruelling Olympic distance mission prices, but plan to finance the, "orderly development! and .
I !, Parting 11 were riding the bench the point "after' Neither side of f /Il< vi wliitli, 1't'1U.11I'1I Hi peulcN of 1000 meters, an extremely the first rear of the series protection of the nations agricultural ftaFrank

i I with Coach A. C ,Connll whenVero" threatened/ of Ah again In the waning <'>* Tram Day with the' Row \ difficult race because it by, p** e !If ruV/riptlon the lands! was IntroducedJuly On,, Chmtma Day, Tune/To 900
C I 1 took the opening kickoff period 'Bowl) 1(1'( _'Iwrwmt. Mk-lngan! U a sprInt championship ,In money to be used,'tor charitable 26. 194'1, and Is pending.In Jims. '
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For Special Prog
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teamlMinus ......... S.SS ''TIIE'LITTLE MATCH Glftll' ;;

t ,Highest Cash For Your Car Three Different Grips UsedIn Individual sportsmen can help Lullje' itort.

the duck restoration ,
I WON'T TAKE FIVE M/NOTES ren Shapes their, who No. t was passer sidelined War Modern Game of Golf the Wildlife Management I 10.00: "THE LITTLEST ANGEL," ] '

with a boll on his left arm the tutj said today Again IhU year, with Loretta Young fend Keif Darby Singenh,
", : We,can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which Stuart team stuck to the ground, the Fish and Wildlife Senrto*-Is
... .
.--.. to get a better record of I/APPf/ ? _
eager 12.15 "TJIE$
I is asjnuchvas you can get anywhere and turning to the air only seven I ;
(Editor' Note: 7hs'11'the< waterfowl killed and complete
the a
Bin andfcmcn Wellei >
times And only once did this' LICENSE Crosby
STAT WITHIN TUB LAW medium click wnen tveln tieavad tecand'of a aef-acl talk/ on /RolfIng DOVE return of bands found on

** presented Andy Hunter birds bagged. Many newspapers, CAROl/' j
'I'I II III' SUNRISE MOTOR CO. to Jack Hartman as the play by 2.30: "A) CHRISTMAS
and national magazinessue
:! oovered 28 yards. Reiser who nfu.lif-acqulred pro/awtomrf/ State Lionel Barrymor as Scr315 /age.
'1 ''I 31V23 South Wie was most of Vero offensive, of the" Martin County Calf and RULE EXPLAINED printing kill report blanks
and It behooves '
this season "
passed 11 times with four successes Country' Club) again ; "THE FRANK LUTHFf SHOW,
rl 1 : Fort Pierce, Fla. \ j Telephone 190 each wild fowler, successful Th* famed hymn sin /r entertains again,
The statistics By ANDY HUNTER' or unsuccessful, to reporthis
i : Tallahassee Dee. *;-A State
[ew:..by Btrk QuartenfV 1 1 I' ...:.e First of all let* take the grip. hunting license .is the only per. 4.45: "T*E SMALL ONE"

Bruin unb4w'x.n4/ Invert. 1 'J.. f:-14 There are three grips used In the mat needed to hunt doves In I Biit Crosby with a/fascinating Chrmtmaisto ,

t c......,. II. Bkrlctey" and a.",. w"I gains of golf today. They are the Florida Director Ben C. Morgan, ;
; Narl.av St. Andrews, the Interlockingand : Stats Game and Fresh Water Quail-Banding
'I Martin Coimt t? Veterans P-el d..at '' I V S the International or Vardon Fish Commission, said this week.

NM ed.iM..nd..... It it:, grip We will begin with the St. Morgan explained that because Cooperation
P.'t 1/ 1 Andrews, u It 'It the batU of all both doves and docks are migratory
: :=.. tt ore the others It is also the easiest bird under Federal Jurisdiction
_. .. .. The LITTLflTATION
i Athletic sociation P.. cal-id". i...IN........he... ..I BYds. for beginners, many dove hunter believe Is Requested' SWN\

t. Aaed4: pallsfekNh ;; .. ",:.: ql: '.r First lay the shaft of the club: Federal It duck 1 18 necessary to. have a with th ;

,. 1 In the of the left stamp
FINANCIAL ATEMENTi 5... ,4.. 51e1N1.4" u.: finger hand "That 1 18 incorrect* the Tallahassee, Dee, 34 O. t LONE. REACH
i y.... .".....I klekr.. .,.... 11. 50Foal. with the thumb lying down the thief declared Duck Frye, Jr. chief wildlife biologist I
I stamps
i l As of Dec 3,1947't c... t"al". ..........d't 1 B right the fingers top of of the the shaft right then hand place on are necessary for hunting waterfowl for the Game and Fresh Water $ Q DE FLORIDA ,

9 ASI Pane.. .... M..r1W. 11 1 'III 1Yb. the shaft below the left hand., only' birds Although, a Stats dove or coup aremigratory Fish better Commission hunter cooperation"today urged In ,6 yt>Ji2i t J>>Lit i >>l)1t 1
ft Now close down on thumb of the .
I Bank balance .. ;1,856.57e left hand with the heel of the ty hunting Hcens II I the-only' the agency quail-banding pro- ;;

LIABj I IE9 WE BUY Junk right hand. Be careful not to permit ecelllary," gram.
Dove hunted In "This ," he said, "more
be the
Outstanding bills on hand 0,00 let the right thumb lie on Its .
wrecked 4th District Martin than 45000 Mexican and native
cars, crap side but allow the ball of the ( County)
until Jan II but only on Thursdays quail were banded by the commission \ Thrills
Surplus' ., $1,85607 copper and bra thumb to press lightly both on Speed ,
y I -r -'" ; the shaft and the pointer fingerof Fridays, Saturday and and released throughoutthe
I State and, to date, virtuallyno
SISCO'TO the right hand. We mast not
Endicotf Enterprise band have been returned"Last
let the palms touch the shaft,! .
I cor PARTS only grip with the fingers TIGERS: T T FLAT year, hi disclosed less

Tic(ht ales _. ___ _. $6,798.00( Thy Vardon grip I'm sure Is WITH BELLE GLADE than 200 bands from a total of
South )!ixie! Highway 40,000 banded quail returned
( oncesmon/* 5406 I to most popular grip of ail
t I frame i 14.00 H Pie*:* Most of us start In using It Justas Coach Joseph McCoy announced to'the commission indicating oG-

o County donation 250.00Auto. Pone129BeQui soon as we are able to awing Friday two additions to the "disinterest or lack of coopera' I
Martin County High School basketball tion" from lUaU hunter
+ ., rebate 50.00 a club, It Is better known. the
schedule It to "The return of bands
d overlapping\ grip To get this bringing prompt
18 games starting In Cocoa ,Jan I from all bird killed to the commission
grip we first of all lay the shaft
J7.16606 $7,16600 9. Belle Glade will play here on' In Tallahaaw 1 II essential
or handle in the fingers of the
j PENSE : ,Jan 10 and the visit will be re-! to our quail conservation
hand the left thumb
left with
Endicott guarantee __ il,000.00 said studies," Frye '
i lying down the right top of the turned Feb 10, McCoy Q! emphasized.wswsxwtxts
Auto() :,085.00 Br IchitisChronto ahaft. Wj then place the fingers .R 'CI'NGS1

l n' Official 6000 < of the right hand on the shaft .c

ay' Fndicott room, board |07.41 brAeAls may develop tt below the left band, allowing "
f' i1'1' 5II Miscellaneous 6.03 your couch,cf wt Aid,or acuta bronchitis the third !finger of the right handto .
i School Board U6GO;} It notffraatel. ana you cannot butt up against the pointer ,A NEW PLACE TD GO
afford tot a twithanymediCreomulaion- 'of the left hand, then
I finger
less at
else 1 u n
I $5,61504 5615.04 which St. a seat of She place the Itttl !nnif on top of .
trouble to if Ip lobndfcnd expel terra the pointer finger of the left I !'The Big arrel} Sda Shop"Th "
laden phllan and lid nature to '1
I ? j\; NET GAIN .-... .- .. ii55: 2 sooth*ancfied rawte Inflamed hand. Now press down "
.i bronchial nuboua medbnnea.CnomufJon lightly on the left thumb with .,
This ucountin; certified t>yf blends feechwoodenoaot the heel of the right hand at Only Vovntaia r- ift Shop

tube b|*special nmdiciiie proweVlth IOC coughs other* the gamy time pressing. lightly on rl for IfU*. and /lei a.. RTS, r.l
t C. H. TILTON and Iteonti no narcotics both the shaft and pointer finger
} No mat how many hiedichue with the thumb of the right I On U. S. Highway{ Jo.,1 f Mob Sound 4

E, A. MENNINCER, JR. yes you a tried, tiraomulHon druggist to hand there is small space between }
sell bottle of with the pointer and second t the
d Uw understanding yon must Ukt the EA
1 Co-treasurers, MCVAA. way it quickly au.p the cough,permlUInf fingers of the right hand and YrPA
rat and Jeep, or you an ta her we most also be sure we are
a I have your money back, lAdv not gripping the shaft with the
palms of the hand: '
No matter which grip you use,
let me warn you not to grip the IODGHQ G?
i Palm Beach
: West Directory
When have
5 ; shaft tight. you KE N CLUBJANUARY
... taken'our grip relax your ,\
I WHEN IN WEST PKLM BEACH ''IV wrists and give th* club t good BETTER GOGOOYEA ,

I THESE FIRMS APPRECIA YOUR PATRONAGE wriggle, and prove to yourself

i, that you did not allow the shaft
to move or turn In your band
+ lii BADCOCK'S .s.1 woosa to .55 e5Bs Allow me to say at this point

i '. '512 'Clematia St- ROOFING CO.p a nt T flndf good number of pu- 34M'NONSKID l\\
ph, iIUV! a very' bad fault of not '

... FnrniSuwd awesg aooruac-.serer NaTAL making sure that all the fingersaredoing
; their fall share of work Mi
.'I fi HOOK Furnishings opticians .. OP70at1' aEAT0IO-V5fTLATnna; .
wATWR00/iwa at Ute start of the !back awing AVERAGEOINCTUAt
r OLaaATrl ad 1 shall finish by quoting whatD ''J ROAD' nr41W

-- -. -- -- R Forgan hat la say about Races-1
I the game. "Golf to a science, the 10'1

study of a lifetime, 1\a which you
may exhaust yourself but never
WATERHard your subject n..U a contest a _,

6 I duel or a melee calling for courage
A skill strategy and .If-eon. I tf S, 8:151s
/ trol It Is a test of temper a 1

.. Re Corrosive trial of honor, a rtvealer of character
.. It affords a chance to play $14.
-. the nan and act the gentleman.It ,, '
: For Expert .Advkc Consult mean going Into Ood oat- 1u tice I II

I of-doors, getting close to nature IItALIKa. .. : EttY ,mMS ,
.. fresh air, exercise! ; a sweeping "
D. F. away of mental cobwebs" genttn areereaelo Srd Ra

of the,Ured. tissue, RIt It
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antidol* to
a car for car, aa ',

: COAST WATER COND G COe *worry.witu. It'friends Include, social companlgtihlp ..Sr-.. WIT' ,MOTOR' C?.' .....I 1 tgrn
EAST course opportunltt fr eavtt- j -..:,
.,. Undines and g nerolty to 'J$.'r4..rd Hi rWwy thurt, .... ):
I 6110 SOUTH 4th ST.. PHONE 8a.4 or S32.W an opponent. It promote tot I ., < -i.'
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'l h Have ,looked like a better market for plumes and alligato 11111111111111111111I0111111111111111111111101111111111111' / II I111111111U/ 1111111111 IISH4d1N1 I: THE MMMCE.OF PEACE'

1"I'\Ii.\ [ r t!J fe) tU"rttt\ hides from Everglades, which he crossed anytime h4 i I Worthy of Meditation I By 'ULIERWARREN 1)1 i'

wanted to in his typress'cano: lie was glad to be guiding imiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiit I / .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin/ / Tomorrow the western' world Will celebrate an :

'I for Mi. Willoughby at the moment, because he had Heard vcreary of the of the most ann-'
'i' .birth remarkable/ Man
Published every Thursday at There 1 la no personal charm so great as the charrri of I v who ever'lived
l Stuart Martin County Florida, thai' Captain PIck| Carney, tho sheriff, was as usual looking ,.
l I 1 of a'eheerf ut temperament\ It !Is a great error? to suppose
t \t # by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a for him with A warrant for selling liquor to the In. this comes entirely by nature-It comes' ulte as much by i He bad no ann}? .He ibad. no n vy. He bad, ( poaU
( t : I '' : Florida corporation diam. Ed Ercwer, \ probably spat with reflective virtue on culture. force He had. no\ arlnamen" \ or weapons",, He never
'. .'\\I.. .a'n n 1. matter Entered at as the second-class post office mall at poarini? Captain, Carney's house on the bluff at ,Coconut .Uenry.Van Dyke.t or wounded anyone,, He never,balled a \strike He killed u ef J

I'' ; I Stuart. Florida under the AcU Grove. At leapt! this time he didn't have any liquor_ on force only''once;'"" when/He. *overthrew the tables of iv"moneychangers

'' 'I t I Of March 8. 1879. board, though no telling how often he'd wish he had. PUBLIC FORUM and drove' them from: j tie temple '
II'' 'I A FREE PRESS "Thrtiks water and Ed Brewer's expert knowledge thew v (Mn'
(I ; ., : 34 YEARS OF SERVICE to high t 21-12)) "
I I : ,t and and bit own Intrepidity Ueutenant Willoughb ". Wherein. The reopU Express Their Views His ministry lasted l only three years. He t
: Th. .t.... Dell, II... ... was crucified'
I t / et u. 't..... Ti Lw tho nw.rw.aru ..... made a wundoiinff, hot too difficult, and successful trip Centralla Illinois at the age of S3.; yet, Christ extended hi* influence
: 1, .A FREE PEOPLE IMPW .ublkh4 In. ...art. Aerll II. and'power
\ ,. i"'t'K it tk. at,.. Yww..w, }i1M He did not /Scorn alligators' tails as Mr. Ingraham's part Dec. IS, 1047 over more ,of the ,world, than, any conqueror '
t 17 w } wnwlfdaN Mr. Edwin A "ho'
k mrriM Stn.TrotfirNm had, but, found them very delicate. He got burned and Wenninger ever lived This humble homeless! Man !
ee. touB4 OetoWr 1, IIII. lu wM. Dear Sir: armed only w'jlb,, '
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I I IF .4IIIMI ., cut and tired of sleeping in the boats or on a rocky hammmock the gospel of love and peace established '
11: >n tonnwlr k uw u tk __ As a/reader of The Stuart News and formerly of West Palm I a kingdom h,
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9..tM rkeW IN..ke.r still first heart of humanity that has
I'1 .with an old Indian lookout place up'a tree Beach and owner of tome property In MarUn County, I wish you endured and grown for nearlT'two
kDN'nNA.!; IIII'NNf1iiG"a"': carefully booting! out the snakes, or on wet ridges. He would make Florida thousand years. Despots and dictators have
to of
,I 1'/, I a. &-I1N"n---11'. LVON. ,.O..1... ..., ........... .,..........,,......_jU..nuin, .1 n Y.rlr..__+ : found out about the stinging*horeeflies, and how noisy grapefruit and some oranges thing The clear grapefruit me. We are get very plenty small and the In gain to' -1"e almost universal kingdom oC Strives the"
J tine Gladttuuld be at night with shrinking limpkin 'Prlnce"' Peace"Christ
SUBSCRIPTION RATES lower oranges are stamped color !naerted. What has happened to all t
IIIII.U aM ..... ...... and acres <>f fruUnht frogs. But he really did make the the good ;/ ) was not only ,he most, enduringly /
; !' 'tv ,,_ : 'to Tw y. ... -.... .,.Mn ... : fruit we used to get good size as well as good tree-rlpene Infiuenlid\ \

1" t a"i w.nwi.4, new ..... ," Ml ..."..._ Tk. ...._... ......... U. ri.ht :1 I first attempt at u scientific! study of the Glades.than four He found miles oranges? If Texas can send in better fruit than Florida, I would Person who ever Man lived but in many other win the most!
'to "lee{ .M1.ellowlk' that the flow of the high water was more like -Htnow the reason or do we get ths culls out here In the extraordinary ever born. He made the best t uneeck
rh.-. ,A"rhlN" r_. 1 I. .., .'.::..Iltbd t. N. .:: :=:;"u..., ot .u ... an hear, n quite re.4J1t'clable'ri\'er; He did not think then. middle west. Cheap, yes. lisa per dozen. Why not pay more for which there is any record. Lincoln's great speech &m of:

i MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED FREES .1 I tlrat: anyone would attempt to drain it. food fruit and keep up the' good came. Cheap fruit doe not the graves of Gettysburg is considered by many to befl!

1 Tlw A.in.I.l (H. Pew U mtltM' .itlu.l..l t. Ik. ,".1w muMlratloii "rf" .U tMand 'Th< y returned by the South Fork of the Miami River. appeal to the averageman.. best speech ever made. A comparison of the Sermon .
....1 rlnl.d I. 1 Ii U .........,, .. >.U .. .11 AP ..... dl...tchc.., to rest from his trip at the Peacock the Mount (Matthew 5 6 and M
Willoufthby went Let u* keep the good name-good fruit from a good state 7)) with the GeHysm!
I'i''i i I 11anhllllidIIIIl'IIIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIIIIIIIIfhIIIIIIIIIIIII! I IIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfhIII, ]Hold in Commit Gl' ve. Ed Brewer went back to the O. M.: 'Almegord Address! will show the Infinite fuperiprity of Christ

I : YE:::::EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR Everglades; probably first picking up /some grits and bacon'. 319 W. Kerr; St. oration. '' great-

I and\ coffee, and a few gallons,- of, liquor\ for the Indians: Centralla.. Ill Ita opening passages contain some of the mo
; """"" """"iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHilllillllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 llllllltllllin I Il' demotes of several
I Mrs. Douglas a lot space, pages p lime utterances In any language Nothing Dcmoeftm(

1 't The first comprehensive story of the Everglades ap- tic doings of the Ashley gang But as that saga has been Defends Valuations patrict Henry.. Webster Bryan, Churchill or any *otiIk, ,

I I I'' pearS in a new book by Mrs. Marjory Stoneman Douglas) I' worn out/ wit h the retelling, let U stay in the book.I Editor Stuart News; other surpassing! orators of the ages ever 'said can"=" aI

,j "The Lverjrlades, River of Grass" one of the "Rivers of I found firs Douglas' book very, interesting and Relative' a recent communication in the News front Mr., In simple sublimity and unaffected eloquence thesQ; ? -

1 America" series. factually nccurale, although here and there the muse Fred O. Knapp of Lakewood plilo, a copy off letter to Mr, U C,, !ng passages from the Sermon'on the Mount: !

1 Everybody talks about the Everglades, but very few nodded How looting is fame when on page 345, W. J. Klckllter, Tax Collector. I wrote Mr. Knapp on October 29th: Matthew 6: 8 through 9! ti\.'

"''j r! I persons know what they are, what makes them unique, or (Finpy) Conners who was the first man to build a hard "Your letter of October 26th.\ to Mr. L. C. Klckllter. Tax Cpl "8 Blessed are the" poor In spirit r for thelrrii

j : what needs to be done to preserve their very existence. surfared road into the Everglades with millions from his. lector, haa'beea handed td me for reply. the. kingdom of heaven. ,''.

I i Wr.,<. Douglas has written an exceedingly Interesting story own pocket is referred to off-handedly as "J. J. Connors.' "Prior to 1848 very near all of the Rio st Lucie SID was owned "4 Blessed are they'that mourn; for they'll) 1I]

going far back into history/to show how the merging of If you wiwit to know something about the Everglades by> the Amsterdam Development Company and being dormant was be comforted. :

I (thl various early Indian tribes and the repeated defeat of and the problems) involved, you will find the answers In assessed more'Sr less on an acreage basis (amounting to $20 to "5 Blessed are the meek: for they+,ahall inherit the '

J every attempt by Spaiir to settle or conquer the Florida Mr Douglas' book. $30 per lot). Since practically! all of the subdivision has changed earth

peninsula contribute to the history and significance of the ., ,, E.A.M. hands !It has become necessary td place It. on a subdivision basil "6 Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst
Everglades region.. -- -- and assess u such. after righteousness: for they shall be filled
I'I HARK! THE HERALD ANGELS SING "I fall to see anything'unrellllOnable In assessing those lots at "7 Blessed are the merciful for
I Perhaps the most : they shall obtain
!' significant phase !of Mrs. Douglas'.ilk $80 and
160 each a* they have been sold for from $100 to $500
.,( 11 her warning to conservationists to continue their mercy.
2 Hark the herald angels sing for off shore lots "
I right to protect the Everglades from overdrainage, which "CMoiy to the Bcw-born KinglI ."The riverfront l lots that are assessed at $190 value are selling God.8 Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall

in turn breeds destruction by fire and the hand of man. care on earth, and, mercy mild, for $500 to $ OO. see "
Every resident of /south Florida ought to accept this easy' God: ami\ sinners reconciled I"! "The 1941 Legislature passed a law requiring all properties to 9 Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall
be called the children of Cod"Christ
I .11" opportunity to learn in 400 pages how important are the Joyful all ye nations, rise be assessed at full cash value However, the State Comptroller
is the moSt Person who
I 1\\ Everglades to our future. Join thetriumph of the skies; allows the Assessor to use a reasonable fair value under normal quoted ever wrote orpoke.

I i// i; !, Strtctly speaking, not much of Martin County (in in the With th' angelic bout proclaim, conditions, and that. Is what we are trying to do. For four hundred years, Shakespeare ha* been
j I "''I: i' Everglades, but there are frequent references in the book "Christ Is born in Bethlehem." < A. C. COURSON opiously quoted. For two hundrel! years/ Dr. Samuel
ohneon has been much quoted.. For more than
'. !I to persons and places identified with what Is now Martin Hark) the herald angels sing, Tax Assessor 2,000
l t' County. One of the most important early books about thin "Glory to the new-born King!" years, the great Chinese philosopher, Conf uclous hoi fccM l<

area I is Jonathan-Dickinson's! Journal, which Is a first-hand Editor Stuart News: quoted in nearly all parts of the world. From 1928, who!

t report of the wreck of the ship Reformation in a hurricane Christ, by highest heav'n adored ; What can be done about our rental problems Rents are on he began, writing a daily column of comment for,qe\80
1 1696 Christ, the everlasting Lord until his tragic death on August, 15, 1935,. Will'
September 23 at a point about five miles south of : the auction block. Unless you ban a lease which ls Impossible papers )
,I j St. Lucie Inlet (If you have not already read that book Lute in time behold Him tome to get you are at the mercy of the landlord. If you have a fairly Rogers probably was the most quoted man in A merit i.

!Ij: with fascinating story of danger, exposure, and death, Offspring( of the favored,one. good apartment, paying $40 per month and some moneyed party But for 1,900 years, Christ has been quoted ,nioreythanall

you have missed something!1)). .Mrs. Douglas refers briefly Vicld'd in flesh the God head see ; comes.along and says I want that apartment for which I will these wise men combined. To be widely quoted, a

I to Dickinson's story but as is apparent in the following Hail lb'' incarnate Deity 1 give you a hundred dollars per month foe It, out you go and you man must peak,or write a lot of sense, and Christ did
I quotation from she bas with men to dwell lie uttered more epigrams and sententious ncntences'Hhaany .
I i page 179 confused the Jupiter leased as man have no recourse and no others tan be had.I .
rJ t ', Inlet and the St Lucie inlet: Jesus, our Immanuell! have had to move twice In the last nine weeks and now 1 I other man who ever spoke or wrote.

I !j "By the- latitude worked out by the Reformation's Hark t tho herald angels sing have to move agalrv-where? There are a number Of Instances Public men have always'striven to say thing in a

I, I ::1 I mate, we know that they went aground five miles south "Glory, to the new-born King!" similar\. One Instance last week, A man and his wife and two catchy, easy-to-reraember way but all (the politicians who'.

of that inlet called "Jupiter" where the St. Lucie River of if children cannot get a rental anywhere and at a reasonable price have practiced since Plato prepared his handbook of'-poli-:
heav'n born Peace
lien J I. .: 1 makes the northernmost outlet of old swamps and watercourses Hail! the Righteousness Prince : on account of the children.. The working man today In Swan tics have not succeeded in making as, many wise\ ; and !mem- I

', I ," which eastwardly drain Lake Okeechobee, a kind Hail f the Son 6f t t" < ( and elsewhere cannot pay"these excessive rents and live, What crable Utterances ',as did Christ in lbS three short )yearanfHis
of northeast shoulder of the Everglades. The town of the Lijfht and life to all lIe brings, can be done? ministry on earth. A reading of Christ' parabU,

t! Jeaga Indians then, according to Dickinson, was "Hoe- m 'n with healing is Ills wings. This Is going to make criminals out of some! of us. recorded in Matthew Mark Luke and John: the Sermonon

j bay", derived from "Jeaga" which the Spanish called "Ho __ Mild lIe lays His glory by, '". ALL the Plains and the Sermon on! the Mount will stoYhat

'f'e.lj ," and the English again made !it "Hobe", as in "llobe Born that men no more may die.;; He said more sense in a few words than any,other

,v .1 Sound." "Jove" to the English also meant "Jupiter", so It }porn to rise the sons of, earth VISITOR SATS FISHING ATTRACTION IS LESSENING person''Who ever lived

:1 is "Jupiter Inlet" to this day. Born to give them second birthsHark Editor, Stuart Newt: Christ drew larger crowds than any other speaker whoever
In the northwest of Martin, there Is ( the herald angels sing until sound amplifying systems came into use
corner County a to the new-born King!I" Tb writer has been coming to Stuart and vicinity since 194(1( spoke,
hay ort Lake Okeechobee which is shown on the mapsas "Glory and from'my observation there u only*one attraction, aside front In recent years. He spoke to a crowd of "about five the*

u! Chancy Bay. With reference to the origin of this name, mnlmmmiiiimriiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii I i i I I I I / I iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTOO I /! climatic advantage, etc., that this,vicinity ha to offer and thatIs and men" in "desert place" (Mark e: 82, 44)). "Gi lst

.' '''I 1 Mrs Douglas writes: as advertised a very One location and sport fishing I multitude. followed him" (Matthew 8:1): ).

"W. J. Reyes, a man of Minorcan descent from St. LATE TO CLASSIFY Since first visiting your community it has teen my experience No other person ancient or modern, has ever held .

i I Augustine, assistant to the surveyor general ran the Jones with the methods and places to flan has been enhanced through such a spell over his hearers. Christ had a genius lot

I' i line again and established a surveyor's camp in the northeast By (d'SSELL KAY the years my results have dim! fished and I may say this Is not speech that has not been equalled by any other person.

i( 4 of Okeechobee at Chancy Bay probably the first iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimTTWAS / / an unusual experience as it. Is commonplace with whom ever you [e'was the supreme Orator of all ages.

y I I camp or settlement of any kind that side of the lake. THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS" may contact ... In thirty-three years of life on earth (in the guise and

"The Chancy who gave his name to that bay was a Twos o the night alter Christmas, and boy what a house! It seem to be the consensus of opinion'' and my observation likeness of mortal man subject' to all infirmities of the

1'' I Frenchman, a hunter and otter trapper who must have I felt !Ilk; the devil and so did the Spouse. w.uld certainly concur in these opinioN that there are two specific flesh, armed only.with kindness and love add an unrivaled
reasons for these conditions: one, the drain of fresh waters into sl T c
camped there first about the time that Pierre Denaud The and turkey and candy were swell, Christ did more lasting good than _
,, ; t established his first store on the Caloosahatchee later But ten eggnog hours later, they sure gave me hell. the St. Lucie River, and two,the alleged gill netting' which has warriors and statesmen woh have saddened and.glad neo
developed into drag netting In the Indian River;
; 4 Fort Denaud He had come into Florida the way so many the world since time began. 8
1 early 'hunters and settlers did from the Carolinas and The stockings weren't hung by the chimney with care, As a prospective home owner 'In your vicinity, 1 feel it my We should reverently celebrate the approachinfaniversary '

t Georgia and north Florida down the Klssimmee to the The darn\huigj were sprawled on the back of a chair privilege' and well u my duty to emphasize.the fact to the pennan- of His birth not only because He was divine but
ti e V children were nestled all 'snug In their bed ant residents who are no doubt making every effort to further the who ever
I I lake and so to the coast. He and tome friends used to go The also because He was the greatest and best Man ,
out hunting to Lake Okeechobee from Eau Gallie on the But I had a large cafe of Ice on my head. Interests of the community Ii a whole, that I know of at least 29: '
1 residents most of whom spend halt of the year in and around lived. ,
coast in high-wheeled oxcart.
a lAnd when I finally dozed ofHn a. nap Stuart; that art not returning to this vicinity next year and some
"Once Chancy went out 'gator hunting by himself, A The Ice woke me up when It tell In my lap. of! whom may leave before the end of their stay this year. I am CHRISTMAS: ? 1947 *g
'gator got him by the leg. The 'gator couldn't bite his leg drink.So .
Then for some unknown reason, I wanted a to be Included In this category. years Christ said ;
Some 1,900 ago
off, but only hold on and roll over and overand Chancy sink .. "
u started In feeling my way to the ;. One of tile disgusting things that a sportsman ha to face Inthis "On earth peace,good will towards men. T
knew it. So although he !lost a lot of blood he rolled over and
( Is not the fish\ that taken out of the Indian Land of Christian, Jew,
area only
art Holy
long the 'gator could and got loose and crawled back I got along fine till I stepped: on the cat Today in that same
as as
4t River but the river life that Is destroyed because of It lack of stabbing each other and
I'' what occurred after that Mohammedan alike men are
I recall just
l to camp. They had a barrel of salt for curing!!' hides and he donjt, .
i : I put _that on. They asked him afterward it didn't hurt, When I came to. (the house was all .flooded. with light,, monetary value to the commercial fisherman It one time last yearas in varied and assorted methods of murder.There
:1 Although under the table nil,, as high as a kite. an Illustration I saw hundreds of Undersized/ pompano, to say is no peace. d
and he said it did, but it was better to. do that than not ,to I died and
1 nothing\ of .numerous other species, dlacarded a* food for the Only a short ''while since millions of men
; )i While visions or sugar plums danced In my head, pelicans. l maimed fighting all over the globe, the nations are
I the elder statesmen of what is now Martin and then back Into b d. 'not Ine other "
somehow got up Frankly this condition will Interest much longer be* drawn In lines of.hatred against each
I particularly of the Sewall's Point area was Then what to wandering mind should appear It U for to to locate but gain up orgy of
1a"b my cause all necessary me do Is elsewhere, to toss atomic bomb and indulge In, an
5 xi Capt. Hugh 1. Willoughby, who died only a few years But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer. It just seems a shame that. an area with these geographical ad. ready destruction beyond imagination.
after long and distinguished career. He was the tilling and .
ago -a vantages should be manhandled for the advantage of a compataIve -
{ The sleigh seemed change, to a red tin truck There !is no goodwill.
author of book "Across the Everglades, describing an bon'
a .
i li fsw resident* to the disadvantage of the'multitudeWhile are
i And each reindeer turned Into a bleary-eyed buck.I Are those statements true? No they
excursion that he made in the early days, a copy of which world
I doubt that any change can take p aoe soon enough throughout the i
the Martin Library. Mrs. D uglasrjfel' knrw In a moment It must be old Nick. cause in millions of Individual hearts of
in County
In available to retain the gains made by the community, it Certainly\ should be is love
excursion follows: And I trftd to crf but but my tongue,! was too thick. there Is peace and there !Is good will and there
: !/ to the Willoughby as something to be given attention before theword is spread by :'<:
I "Mr. Hugh 1" Willoughby, ex-lieutenant commandIng i Then the old devil whistled and shouted with glee hose dissatisfied! at present to potential visitors and residents. the highest brder, two'thlnls should ewogether ,
4 the Rhode Island Naval Reserve, precise scientific While )he bucks pawed the earth and looked daggers at me \' Very truly yours, No one understand why have.apparently beer w lbus

minded, ti if adventurous gentleman, who for some years Then he called them by name, and the names made me shudder, A SIX MONTHS WINTER RESIDENT. In one world They those 110 "''I0"? and
had from the beginning! end there are J Jf
wanted to. make his own observations of "the mysterious When I heard them I felt like a' ship minus rudder. find It ,
,j /' r Everglades", remarked all this change in Miami COME, ALL Yt FAITHFUL : such little spirit and courage that they eait.-:!
: always
l I ai he,and Ed Brewer paddled down the river at the be. Now Egg-nog, Bacardi Four Roses and'Brandy.. lay "thus the world has always been and

ginning" of his long-planned trip. He had neater /seen a Now Fruit Cake. Cold Turkey, Oln Rickey and Candy. 0 comes all ye faithful '. than to take a stand for the right will..

lovelier place than the entrance of the Miami River into To the Up of his dome to the top of his skull 'sNow ,', > .', Joyful and triumphant They are the enemle of peace: and good
said. The beginnings of whack away crack away with thumps that are dull. :, If Christmas. 1947, has any' message whatsocverof
BlHCiyne Bay, he had often raw 0 come ye, 0 comEt ye to Bethlehem.! ,I' draw**1= m ,
I' the hotel on the denuded point thy crowds of workmen, Then hi a wlnkIlRf'1elt! on my roof ,* ""Corne and! behold him, ', \' Ii that $the battle lines are again and'being fight for the righwUU
"- 4 conscience and spirit to
and the clutter and noise and excitement that the railroadS cloven hoot. ; speak
The. prancing and pawing of each : Born'the'King\ of Angels; '-
hid! brought.dismayed him. He had no doubt the hotel low long this went on I'm sure I can't say. 1)" ,'t; ; Many'men did not they "g
,let If
0 tove they
beautiful.But come us adore'Him war -
would be fine and the gardens and palm trees But It seemed like eternity, plus a long day. Many
he felt that the remote charm of the bay was forever f 0 come, let us adore Him opt see it as the solution to all things. it

shattered But Anally the night. after Christmas had passed, O come, let us adore Him.; t A power ':- If they did not they would not .seek regj:

''However, they continued on the trip ,down to Cape And I found I really could think good at last ;, Christ Lord, less of whom they Injure.'' Many men love hate -

Sable,' and so to Harney's River with hw carefully chosen So I thought of the New Yar, a few days away 1 the y did not they could not willingly hurt nother, *""n tIn
And I've made a 'Vow that no tempter can sway of l who love and good will *be M
two :Janoes, his sleeping bag, his instruments for measuring m h. < Sing Choir Angela, '; Let those pease ( t

/ distance, water flow temperature; his gun, his weight- I'm sticking to water, don't even want Ice Sing in exultation,. their defense-of; a* are thoBe'Who'would and MWj,

y ed rations; his studied costume, knickers long stockings, For there's nothing M tasty and nothing as nice, '' f.:, .I t,"' Sing4; 'Yljye'cttxenaor) : heav'nfabovefi"ye, ; j L > jv and we will have peace' let" them be, ; stinger! 1..1 ''
canvas shoes with leggings to strap on if necessary, his The night after New Year's may bother some guys,. ,Iy' Glory;o Codd ," ",*' **>.! hay'" } vieMrys an'Ee, .'JDemof? IoII't'!"$
knife his binoculars, and his special straw hat. and Brother I'm wls. /n : ttiNdiiI; PaplkYtFly
hunting But I've learned my lesson highest '. '
In the .
Ed Brewer turning the wad of tobacco in his cheek wore glory .: uhaN, t"vle.. Ia.-o.. wo .M. ---
have victuals and liquor that's red O let'us : --- 'I.
his usual ,' shirt, galluses, and hat He' said nothIng You can your come, adore'liime
panta '
continued to do throughout the trip. But what! goes td my stomach won't go to my head. O come; let'us adore Him WE. ;i''AWEI' '
he hand.?
as"But U 1 is quite likely that Ed Brewer contemplated'the Bo a big Happy New Year to you and to all, 0 come let us adore Him rr. .., radio tnnot ," ...all chwEa%

Improvements with a gleam in his eye The town must I'm back on the wagon and.I hope I don't fall, Christ the.Lord.: ilure.W.. .patlafet. .. IIIIftcaUon! .

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N orld' s .Future Hinges on Policies i aE fLncs ,


a I } by U. S. in Analyst Says y of' the ands season .r- '


,' : J, M. ROBERTS, JR. gardles of who held the rein noun ment of the Truman. Doc- F 1 .t VERY JVIERUY- : '

Press News Analyst of government, foreign policy trine..
''i I time has sifted and remained devoted entirely to CroPS tailed In Europe and 1 XMAS t
I the event! of 1947 the what must be done tot the country Secretary" Marshall challenged *
that will. stand out above If this is continued, so that the European countries to help I
others will be March 12, the voice themselves by Joint economic a
I President Truman stood America will not be planning, with the United State r
Congress and announced, constantly changing like that of willing to help meet the deficit.
I that the United States an adolescent, It win produce That became known as the .w
I'I build a world-wide de- vastly Increased confidence Marshall Plan. Some day history Carr'
I i iI line against Russia ex- among other nations In the dependability may call It the Initial concrete
I I of our commitments. step toward a United
and revolutionary States of ;
, i *. This, with growing U. a acceptance Europe.
I of that pronouncement of the responsibility Russia declared economic war MIAMI DM.Y NEWS
i ALICE DEMON'SLITTLE a great program of that goes with power, may cause to defeat the program refused
I : and economic aid for this period to be looked back to let her satellite participate,
HOP'cNO i I countries upon one In which a newstabilizing and organized something like
I : whether It succeeds or lore was substituted her old Comintern to carry on MR. idMR, t;. B. GRIFFIN
I leave a perpetual mark for the ancient power of the the battle
I Ir history It it succeeds British empire. The United States recognized
i i r It will mark the end of Just as 1847 produced violent the United Nations for what the
of the totalitarian. If renewal of the Communist effort Russian had made out of It -a -. -- ,- ,.
completely, there la at world revolution Un propaganda platform and an
any chance that a great China,France and Italy) as com- agency for mobilizing! world opin ."..... ..
pared with the ion. A
be avoided. more direct expansionist Marshall-sponsored\
the 1947, tactics. of Russia In tle assembly": was set up to sit t .;
est the local:.r point year around the Balkans and Central Europe, continuously, and to bring: pressure I
revolved almost all of so It also brought signs that the against Russia* tactics' in P2JOttY'! r ,M'r'..'..
other problem The Im peoples of Western Europe were the security county I
"Who will 'turning away from the more ex. V S diplomat Had recognU-
question was
cold war'" treme forms of Socialism and toward ed by then that conferences between I ,
more conservative Governments democracy and Communism ,
of all
the price we I
well as food availability would not negotiate difference I CJ 0 1SViGS' '
place It almost com- Municipal 1 elections In Eng- but would be largely for the
absorbed the energies land, France and Italy all revealed purpose ?"k'eplng the record
during the war, man had an Important swing back straight !
d to devote to the de- toward' the center from the immediate The ''f.rertnr'l; of Foreign 'I M /4ISios1,
of a brave new world. post-war position during ,
,, .
Parliament of Man at Communist parties lost ground the year to reach some 1 r
N. Y., stood by practically everywhere that free agreement on the admlnlstra-I Our kindest thoughts ore of
elections held. tion of
were Germany as
while the great pow- George Marshall, without It ot this grand occasion. May
for position doughty old success appeared as yo
C K'S I of the pressure produced fighter who was America wartime the year closed that the immediate it rfcld untold joy for each of you.IDEAL .
I battle an offshoot Chief of Staff, took up a* future of Germany would be
; I grew to Secretary of State where James handled by each side for Its own I
I Importance F Byrnes left off In the purposes Western Germany AXI
SE VICE, ITATION It.*a. something that early ap- SERVI
I growing gradually, but year. He had already helped parently was to become an economic
full-blown in con- make plans for merger of the arsenal controlled by the
anNCH with the Truman Doc- Army, Navy and Air Force to allies for the benefit of Western and -
: : : The United States finally place the United States In posi- Europe, with Eastern Germany STAFF
tion to meet whatever abandoned, if for the
ROOM foreign policy, forged by the future only time
rather than whim or might bring being and Informally, to Russia D andMRS. W. C. KING
The administration asked and Four new national states were ,
approaching got $330,000.000 for foreign relief formed or authorized during the "
country was
to replace UNRRA activities In year-Pakistan. India New Judea .
--- that Britain had oc ,:. .
counties to the and the Arab Stats in Pal-
friendly United
Ict tI tc f\tt( a t( t ; t : for centuries where re- State, and the ball began to roll. estine Each partition produced

The $450000000 aid to conflict, but It was too early to z WAS TILE IOUr BEFORE
A Word and Greece much of It to determine whether It merely ?
,; To Sound News tain our own political and an-1 I meant some new birthdays In
tary position In the history, or whether it might be 4rt
The Wise ean, came next, along with _.the beginning of.. new war_ __ I t 1 9 4 y.


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( } 'LD'V, SOUND'S

> : ; SUNDAY -

/ ': : l : MARIE BRODRICK 12 I -ILI r A HA I' Niu t r IUE .

Custom Built To Fit Sound Christmas children party held at their the I 4 e Wlt.h Yolat

Your Window house Friday evening A Chrletmas

,11 \ Christmas by all play Santa was arriv given, -a I tv 1 any Happy Ifou

with each child, gave and Trust

Give Her Venetian I candy of, and the usual oranges.Sunday I We slay serve You

service at the Com- In The Future
church, the Sunday i I
Hom\ This pupils Christmas gave a Story.play"entitl-TIle x "Where Quality; Moot ..

CA 22S FORT carol Joined in singing SUTTON SER ICE STATION Z'.In

and Mr. Jessie Griffin! Joreene's Dry .
their guest for the hall ERANK 'TTON ,
and Mr*. A. F. Stanley -
Sarah Mae, and and Staff
f TRASenUtivet | of Urbana, Indi-. I

--- --- ------
Mi. John West of West Palm ....
: visited with Mr. A. Brown- a )a >>)' )ai ;Q. :; )'j ), :tt i) )
Tuesday "' '
and Mr*. John C. Had- .
fierce .,' .
Saturday from New '"
spend the winter at their i "
OT Beach Road, Jupiter '

)1 )i i ; i I I -
and Mrs. :3, D. Bassett,
Bassett, Va., have arrived
their home on Go Mer
I :, Jupiter Island, for the tr
Thomas Brodrick of 1"c
S. C.. l Is visiting with
'" Mrs, Arthur Brodrick.
: "
.! '" : I Is expected for the I u iy r
I': .
'r t ,
1 .j ;' s OrtfJln Mary with McOee Mr.of and stuart Mrs. rr as .' "

Woman' Society of the
Church held their I
party at the home of
on Thursday, Dec.4.
George Brownl'e spent and a
visiting In Fort Pierce
,Jean Arnold ahd-Mls I gas I ;t rapps
had as their house
several girl attending
.A. convention, SJuart
f feW

I. ", .,. .. ..' Greenlees; ;;; '
II ...*x,l.... \:.,'e'' a'l' s. the Florida, who exam re Year

/j'' ; ,. \ FOR AW OUIt In Jacksonville, ha re-
< of approvaUor state ,,... I''
80} a*land surveyor. ,,
et4 '
: :. : f I QUGtHO.l : although engineer he was.t* a gradu Stu- I a'M t

I'r ;:,).J':7":: ;: : ; *high. and school attended ii. Lawr the from ..

until en I. "" ,
.r '; of Kansas'
u. ,t the Army Engineer Corps :
y .J >> war began. He served :' j.
': of which two were :
; 'Lum' .
'. Ha'iound the South Pacific. -
r returning to Stuart lie MARVIN H. ROWELL and
\( .
,: ;- I'E. J. firm of rueateand'
located In the
Halo Ore'nlee, building. on Fourthfstr! ; Ji JiNi ) )i >>t. .c ,f

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I t )tt 11+ 44i AfAa fIJIU, 1'R4HIIU'I'If' t e A N'R;ne1E lk4 BRR.DAz+ DEC !S. ITI

I [ '', ,' : ,; I II, ';;' SOCIAL NEWS._ and Happenings, of the. WEEK IN. '-STUART." .>seas.MRS."-"'J&MARY.e. t6-N,HARTMAN--naeta&bt) ,Wedneiday Society office Edito,,,?,.,

'. ;,'\,' COUNTRY CLUB beginning at 9:30 p.m. No invitations ,David\ 'ManfraU }M{today -1| OIreigtatu w\I.1I.\ hIa \-.
"" : : it'' TO ENTERTAIN I' are being Issued other HomeDemonstration _w ........._FAMILY OF 10 LIVING 'IN A.CHICKEN_COOP____ ,_.__ 1 1I I Atty for Daytona Beach to 1IfIItOII1 I a.n4.rrs; r.,I. parent

I. ; than through the columns of
:, .jf'l: i1.r The Stuart Mews, '>k : Yp t x Jt

} : ,I :.1. ,Vacationing. colleg,* student I Mrs' Evans Crary and Mrs. NotesBy bfarahaQg

j ,I l and their dates will be guests of George Parks Jr. are cochairmen kfbtu
J ,I ,I, l ', the Country Club Auxiliary at of arrangement and will MISS tCCILK INSCOI
''I 1 :. I the club house Saturday evening be assisted a* hostesses by members Mr
::1'' jt. ''I at a buffet supper and ten dance! of the Auxiliary Christmas 1 II a time of the year
*, .' _. ._ when
II//' ; -- -------- -- I families get together In a WL4
(1.; : sacred place the-h me. If irr cue.Proclo *

!; \ jH" : they dont actually come together -
ij\'l' : each member I II thinking of
P' /
I I'','Jl" home and each, other. so, In to oil the wort that this Ithonksglvlng
,'h spirit, there 1* a reunion am the time for tie/.more. for hop.
I' "
J'. i' I 'hi i ($Somehow our heart get a little Pit ail d md fellowhlp/Htrold to dis-
f 1t :1/" warmer at Christmas a* we font IondsMe obstrvff the day of all .
:' \ ,
think of the significance with updeIng t
!, real of kdoya ti p ofthemeyJ
)'t I the day and want to do'something of Chris s .
J" for somebody 1 baa fortune
t.t.t,1 ate than Ing 4u Christ bells'
we are. Our handclasp -
"j" I ". ., J '' Is Just a little more sincere,.
4 f' : and children are not passed by .
""f'' .; ,I j unnoticed All of this la the ? S. ROBlISONPAINTING
J' k ki Christmas. spirit which! we talk _
t 'f.j :' J about Without: peace in the hearts CC ACTOR

'!: 4. ; ; : and lives of,men. this spirit may JENSEN I JMACHU
{ be pushed out This peace comes .
:}';; L : -, Only through Him Whose birth
we celebrate ,
1 1I ;
,I Let us at this season guard cl y ,
I I, .ri" J, : ; carefully the spirit of Christmas .. Y dT b
and pray for "peace on earth
1l' F good will toward men" .
t1: : II And In tht words of Tiny Tim' .#
Jensen Hardware God bless us, every one" : ,J"
: i .! I :
v'' I" I. I'J J ARRIVES DEC. 17
'i ,.
\",,(' i'I Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Ireland Of: \:
'v; : ,( I riiAc : N. Dtrolt Ave have announced Here'. a Chrtus.. u ./
l' .., i the arrival of a daughter, Pa.: a
\: i i II tricia I born Wednesday Dec IT Mi?. Charles Fox and her nine children live In Uiii ,Isn't mom for the! husband and father And so he i Ik ...I iRMa. h .

,\r'1; I I ''J at Martin County Hospital She I 8 by 12 (foot thickest: coop at Hershey, fa' The! )/ .lcePl'' oak' bench li) a neoiby aurtinent) house j .1t./1 A.144., ease !6 .g
AI"" .,<. \ ", ____ weighed Ibs 7 oz I moved in three months ago after the house in bti.wmcnt, Bottom: Mrs. fOIl mid all (the childrenwhich
had lived for 12 sold There to make them h'f'l comfortable 1
i they years was try as as possible. ,
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i1'' 4 7l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Porter and 'Mr. and Mrs Norman C. Atwood The f.est of WishesCHRISTMAS r

Visiter Widely, loot Charles,' left Saturday for and eon, Norman, Jr* of
rmt Mt. Airy, N. C. to spend Christ- Pittsburgh have been vacation
Known for His i'Ij ma with\ hex mother, Mrs. T C. guests of his parents, Mr. and Ail The NEW YEAR ]
Barber. Mr Horace Atwood, 146
s '. Flagler
J Ave. Since retiring as a colonelIn
WorksMr Mrs. Grace G of
Literary Menninger
: Topeka, Ku., arrived this week the Mini after 37 month
: } tfl spend Christmas with her service Atwood has been assist Duntile/Builders/ Supplt Co,
and H. Edg- mother, Mrs. H. N. Gaines, and ant Industrial engineer for the
k cwrt erton of Longmeadow, Mass,! sisters at Tropical Farms Jones and Laughlin Steel ,Corporation I, L. DECKER

.' who left Saturday for a short: Mrs* John' -Sr-Coventry and of .Pittsburgh-'a... .

L visit In the North, have, been In' daughter Miss/! Edjth$ Coyentrj James D. Corl of Webb City, Nztc* w (Ic ci t ct
Stuart sine Nov 21, EdgertonIs spent Sunday In West Palm Mo.. arrived Monday to spend a
an engineer tor Stanley Home Beach visiting their grand. few weeks here with his wife
ALDE MAN BAKERY Products Inc., of Westfleld daughter and niece, Mrs. D. O. and eon, Bill, at the E. A. Men. ht
Mass, and was assigned here to Axtell and family ninger home In St.Lucie Estate Santa Arrives Toni
t :NSEN BEACH get the new company development '-'S. -
project on the North Forkof Mr and Mrs. George A. Archi- Mr and Mrs. Norris TUton and
the St. Lucl River underway. bald, son, George, and daughter, son Charles;'and Mr. and M-s To Be At I ICh'ishi's

L p tC '.Ct.C 9 tC-'.('.(, -t( Y A t( J.( t(<< ttt( newspaper Edgerton and Is well literary-known circle In arrived Eleanor last of week Mlddleboro to make Mass their. have Frank arrived Wacha to spend of Gainesville the holiday -

'...' .,,...'" ..,, For a number of years, using the home In Stuart. Archibald Is a with their parent. Mr. and
.t : : ; *!it: ;fr i pen name M M. McGregor. he cousin of Mrs William Chl ,- Mrs. Warner B Tilton, Sr. at
Y !1 icon : .gr,. ., ,. ... has contributed to the New York bolm and they are making their Jensen Beach TUton and Wacha
vd ; 't.
Times the N!w York Herald- borne at present at Chlaholms ; are attending the University of
d t W Tlbune the Washington Post cafeteria where he la employed. I Florida. .
I. lk% '' ;v k1jt ; ;J1V other the Niagara papers.Fall Gazette. and

A* a result of his hobby of
I. .
: <" '
"ift4vj'l : horticulture, Edgerton has writ- ,
I"'i i !4 : "f' ten articles on the subject for a
:, number of ///4;
magazines and formerly 'Chr Day |
b., ,......'....,. ; ;; i' Gardener conducted" \column the "for 40 Minute Better .. g$ ,

U" .\ Homes and Garden Hi critical I '
)l and technical articles In the V'l'aC.f i iF
field of music have appeared id A ''Nevto-be-Forgotten" Dinner
b Etude and he also does fiction I" It '. ,. the family
and general features you
During the war Edgerton was ) # t-s w. pre r grtgs, ;
: I II an Investigating engineer for ,.
I the Army Ordinance section and u/j: to you on this glo/l HolI-1
was located at the Springfield, I"" prise package for everybody and g
Mass., arsenal.! : C / I"t.( day occasion, we offer tH '
While here the Edg!rton* have Special one for the kiddies.
been staying at the Max home with happiness In our hearts

1' I with which the the! property company" purchased :..J}. I)' for those about us. A very [nbuted by Old St, Nick Himself.

Christmas '
., Charles Roberts, sports columnist .M r Served From---4

i for the and Atlanta radio Constitution commentator Is ....c:> /QM. .. % -r' ihoolSzi-to: 3:0: Pm* "
: her with Mr. Roberta to spenda
I I 10-day Christmas holiday with .
Mrs Roberts' parent, Mr. and \ ,'
; ; Mrs Harris Lowery, Sr. of West wit t h
ffr1ii Fourth St. He will fly to New HALSEY & GRIFFITH That employees may enjoyCWiptroas, Day !
+ Orleans to cover the Sugar Bowl their lamillea we,will be closed afer 3:00 P m.:
football game New Year's day r
for the Constitution '
1 WEST ,PALM BEACI| OPEN / 26th -7-00a: m.

City Judge and Mr*.J.D. Sten- J2J2 )I>>
nil of Blloxl, Miss.arrived Tuesday ._ --lit
i n night to spend Christmas i
week with the O. Z. Oberhaus

4'' : May the glow of tie Christmas candles( 'reflect the true family In Krueger. Park. To All Our Martin FriendsRUBIN'S

4 ; \ significance of this glorioil; occasion. May their cheerful radU MRS CRARY HOSTESS Cojrfty ;

I once remind us again of thl worm friendships of those,about ,us, TO Mr ACE. Evans HIGH Crary CLUB was hostess f
symbolizing the trust and c fidence of those'with whom we hover| at her Bt Lucle,Estates home i
t Ll Saturday afternoon to membersand i
.. :"
been associated these past fears. <" *-* guests of the Ace High Club. i

5 i l M It is our fervent hojje ,that each 'of:you 'will enjoy.thi l Mrs High Eddie prize! Lee scores Smith were and won Mrs by i

Y :: Christmds season. at its best.QUINN'S. Webster Ordway with prises for i
low score going to Mr*. L. E.Ashler :. i
[' and Mrs James D. CorL
'i Other present were Mrs. Roger i
Spicer, Mrs S. B. McPherson, ( 1e
Mrs Edwin -A. Menninger and f r
Mrs. L. A. Arbogast.Mr ,

:; STORE and Mrs Joseph Ronnie

i ? of West Palm Beach arrived
Tuesday to spend the Christmas
; I ; holiday, with the King familiesat
i 2f the Pelican HoteM!\ Ronnie
f was a partner with the late own We Store'
er, grew King, for OuislA*
many yean
JENSEN BEACII. MR..:and., MRS HARPER, QUJNN! an j SON In.Operation of the Pelican emd ,
their yule tlsit here has becomea
\ tradition/ with the two. 'tpm.iw. ORT PIERCE, f.OkIDd

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II.. ARTIFICIAL ww+ PAW FOR CRIPPLED DOG plowed and burn all that appearto \ : EXTENP.THANKS i"fv". Mona *. '<*. 0. P..II. >*. old '-, A.ne/.th/ .+.. .
TI be Infested. i am M a... M. n.,..,. e. I. Msu C.rl; I 1.. BPECiAL -.., '.rnv ,

Clean the field thoroughly' by I The.Resolutions Committee ofthe Part a>..11 Rrallr PLAT Cospny to Tin Ink. F. II.... WANRANTYSloths e RId!..... IWaeett+.t.
Future Home Maker' of II., LIEN
frd picking up all crowns
e America Martin MORTGAGE asset. Lenbs. too"; to 0.L, / ,
small potatoes and pieces of County Chapter volt.. Kin .. c. *. Hirrar. II....... ,
potatoes and burn these alao. I which convened here two -... A ClD. ..> to Bret Fld.nl S... CHARTER '" il'l
After cleaning the field, turn weeks ago, has extended formal ; ... s.In"bmnh fttt. to'Loin Iloen"rt1 A..ori.tlo.... .>i Land Lord Ors. of Mom. X fit Publl... /,
hbga in on It to uncover and eat, thanks to .. CNATT&MOBTCAG&. 'M, .
all Individuals and I led "" ... VkxtrllutM C.e. '
material missed In digging and groups In the community who I. H.I C.lton :u.F1-'V: .i.r.l, ...!_ LookA:: :t. ,
I Cleaning the field '"" .'
After the hogs helped' make the affair, UCcellWeek' !
have been removed, plant a crop' ful mom \ PARKING. y:;I
41s that requires cultivation. i
As volunteer potato plants Right Down Town
mated their appearance In the d FILL Ul WreN 6A10LINC AND PAH ALL DAY IP YOU LIKI '
early spring. they will provide LegalInstruments SINCLAIR LOU BRANCH '
feed that will enable the weevil STATION OMMlt' MoiittMnM Were. 'j'
S to carry over from year to rear WMT PALM BRAG FLORIDA CTlV. .1 frrt I
(micas' they are collected after, -
each cultivation! and destroyed. LEGAL,1NeTAt1MrNT. ,

s they should be collected and rniT. to* FU In r SIMPL&R R-,1',., ;I
destroyed every two weeks until QUITCLAIMS GU DER N'S l
1 4er they disappear : Dm. end Ann,* l teeter I'tao' Holt

# Dispose of all stored potatoesby [ a.1d.t.nAmm Boolth .. aIo 'to I. "Rs.Nolpb. N.1.to .J
March, and burn all trash, .4 N ".. NOV OPEN /NDERNev
J straw, and culls. 0..... K. .,itb b II II 1t.1.... I ,
Bridge Market Secure plants free from weevil I TkM
Infestation, preferably those Rune :jlijMJh j .. .i. kuiilolpk N.IC' .
which have been Inspected and '
certlved as being tree from In-' M. A rawhf.K.tl.eros ,.. hI to R l'ld L. First Quality' Fish
'station. for planting the following '..', '""of"o..l' t. *...',. ".* ,
season Plant the : M. t T.II B. -
new 01/vr/ Wnhto a a. A.hlw. Wholi) ale l /and Retail
crop at I least half a mile from Hob Sound Comii.nl .to J-t'; Wkll PHONE 47-W f | SALERNO FLA.:.
previous ,
''H. MAR UARDT planting }. A. S.un... to ,/ kl.I ,;.
It SONE. Those! measures do not apply: L. c. ........ to WllltaNHJ ...
to Jo..1e CIL Willi.. ... U"Ryon.. t.
scattered In stallatlon In town 10 J.
: _.. I
lots John M. 10." t. 'n ..4 A. MIng .
A or small l farming communities Doll.. .
where potato patches are f
Brownie, yew-old C Collie, MM on artificial, paw for the first time I Closely planted I every year, the .of sweet potatoes for one'! Your lale
will tills hiIp of Ri mistress. Pauline Shade Tie dog lost Its paw in a liiwnmowcr, The,artificlul one wa do.::, the weevil In such patches,I bank sites and keep them clean .
signed by I Di, Everett It la necessary to abandon plant- during I the j
( Taros Beading veterinarian, Keenly. Yaro 4 year I
sun of the doctor'Wskhoi .....,J.--; ;; : :::':;::_ earner
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r :t11iI/ i I The County L. M.Agent's Johnson ColumnBy I I Cheerio .1.1'l'his Annum onured .' ::q#; .' '1\

t I Then are still\ many farmers Economics Notes-Mrs. Virginia I is the season of ij In Savings
ranchers, and growers who Ragsdale Agricultural Extension peace [Accounts

have not yet turned Jn their re- work In 1947-H. O. Clayton. I I on earth, good will to- The Fe/eral SaviV'S and Loan Insurance Corporation

portnof the conservation practices ward men. insults Individ ill I accounts to $5,000. Husband
w I carried on in 1947 Their Winter clovers oats: rye and I and wife/ ay have tf at of 115,000, fully insured. ,
e Mr attention Is again called to the other grazing will provide much
deadline dat of Jan. 15, 1948, First I/'deral savin* accounts are legal investments
;jt I and It Is 1 hoped by the county needed feed for farm animals "- May you and all your love I"I"H for Trusf Funds, aa will I M Funds held by Guardian,

t.sb I agent that these men will\ come during the months ahead: fl ones enjoy the best t- Adminl/rutors and EAcutors.

It it our holidoy msh tKut this Christ- *" In with their bills and fertilizer mss
Improved ever and Cal Write
tags and sign the report and application pasture grasses are I. sappy r
mos will be the'\ilst ever" and % ,f; for payment! Jan. 11. much higher In mineral content New Year ?
1 1948 Is only 14 office days away than native wlregrass ,
that the New Ytafl, nfold a bright ; E/RST/ DERAL

rift' future for you.*. '' fPlumbing*, Florida Farm Hour Broadcast Root-knot nematodes may be i
Station WRUr Galnesvlll: (
Friday Dec 26-Some Live Introduced Into non-Infested soil Savings and Loan' Associationof
stock Suggestions for 1948-WJ by transplanting plants from Infested F ,)
Sheely. seedbeds and by use of I Indian River! County\

Saturday Dec27--15, Minute contaminated, tools and Irrigation VERO BEACH,. FLORIDA .
;Segerstrom s I Program 12:30: to 12:45.: 1512-20th Street' Dial 218T
Monday, Dee 29->-Florlda For-
estry In 1847-L T. NIeland. New Yeast Process Yields Feeding! I 4W Flamingo. Dr. Ph>Vo 717$ R.. W. Sedewick, SecretaryTreasurer'Member

I Tuesday' Dec 30,-Agricultural Production From Citrus of fed Peel yeast Juices richIn Federal: Home Loan Bank and Federal ,
JE N BEACH, Economics Outlook for 1948-
, Dr C. V. Noble. high-quality protein and In Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.
Wednesday, Dec. 31 -. Home the vitamin B. Complex by Current dividend rate.
growing the yeast on the Juice
pressed from ground limed citrus !i 'J !i ); )aa:
t( tC<< t.t.(< :
Commercial canning operation i
, : has been announced by the U.
' ol
.1 !'!
, .1'f 8. Department of Agriculture
you with whom we have been M. K Veldhuls and W. O. Gordon Enjoy 'a '-
I conducted the 'research
associated this past year our working cooperatively with the

best wishes for a Merry, Merry I I Dr. P. Phillips Florida Canning Co., Orlando Your Christmas Feast a

A Christmas. Our thoughts are During the war this Juice was
concentrated and sold for use
;t with you this glorious day and r awe In compounding mixed feeds ".1 ,
But With the return of more :1 'f
give thanks for lasting normal times competition with SPECIAL .. 'f

friendships such as 2 blackstrap molasses Is expected f ':
yours.Let fir'l
additional uses for the
Juice are desirable. Furthermore i i.f
w strive toward a cone Its composition makes Its dis- Y.f

: tinuation of the peasant$ relationships posal through sewers. lakes and .j
I other bodies of water. a considerable '
I that result in better prOblem.
It Is estimated that a 90- F 'f
and happier pound box of citrus fruit will
t yield about 3 gallons of press : Full ourse Dinner "
' juice of approximately 10 percent / '
a. solids. This/ Juice Is rich .:

tivinS'i i growing In carbohydrates.yeast and available Ideal for at d. *AKED HAM Otf TURKEY t )

central points Insufficient quan-
tity to facilitate large-scale pro- Including .. ;)

duction form rates and to at permit sufficiently continuous uni- 1 1.75 Cocktails andDesserts :.j I

plant operations It Is ready for :
use as It comes from the press
I A pound of dried yeast can be ;
produced from S gallons of the 1
JN t juice and potential total production ;
would run 30.000 tons a

year.A .continuous process alreadyhas // You Desftk Reservations Call i

been worked out on pilot-
plant scale. Results'indicate :.
, I that; yeast propagation can be
c continued almost Indefinitely \5/R \ensen Beach g 'w
a without using new culture Successful > ,
operation can be main- *"" :t .
tained without pasteurization m ..,

A F of Peel the oils Juice In the fed Juice to the fed to plant.the Dinner Serofl' PrompXu from 12:30 Noon On rst :J

L plant. Peel oils In the Juice do
a+ 1d not Interfere with growth of the
d .
reast ---"" % DANCING TILL 2 PjM. PIECE, ORCHESTRA ;.'

Sweet Potato Weevil Can Be .
1 Eradicated Gainesville Merrill Fla Farmers Points Out In pFor All--Good Qd[ Fashioned Dances, Y 0''

r the northern and'northwestern J Reel J Paul JoVs and Waltzes- .
sections of Florida can eradicatethe irginia tl'

arms;[ sweet and potato produce weevil crops,on free their of Dancing This Week and Next, Wed.\Thurs., Sat,' and Sunday ftiSEYMOUR'S ighta :

t weevil damage by "practicing a I 1"a
few simple sanitary measures, I,
e r Y + according to Quarantine Inspector -
+ tr W. a Merrill .of the State '
Plant Board. t INN: 1 i a
"In most farming areas where a
the pest Is known to be present," ...
',, Mr.Merrill said"sweet potatoescan .
) ''f' be grown free of weevil 2 BLOCKS NORTH OF JENSEN BEACH BRIDGE, :f '
damage If these measures are 'a Ii. J"
practiced." He offered these suggestions -

VLTON'. now' weevil-free to farmer potatoes who wish: to Starting. Sunday Dec. 21st, Our Bat Will Be Open Every Sunday From a .-

Rut ESTATE. In harvesting, eat the vines and at 12 Noon to Midnight Serving1 'Beer Whiskies and Mixed Drinks j jJ j. .
StRY tl i> 1'A'F1oNv' APARTMENTS; \ tbe remove surface them of from UM the ground field to be I

JENSiiN BEACH, burned when they dry out ; 1' i
Band cull all potatoes when ....


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I p 't .... ROTARY CLU Florida Forest Service Has Planted! Investment' In woodlands' 'and 1 CHRISTMAS JAYCEE-ETTES DANCE PLAN. West Gene Palm Hulls Beach and< his and orchestra admission of,
; } mills. we intend keeping our
t\'I'jl"\ ( !;ti 't $TUART Ira I Industries: such Cs pulpmllls, will'' be $1.25 a person. ,Tickets I
: ; I"" t, YHIaH' e GRILL'p sawmills\!. railroads and other A Christmas semi-formal ar' on sale this week from mem' I rAl

H. aAl ..UhNaIIAn' 55 Million Pine Trees Since 1925By akin to them operating we must dance'sponsored by th Jaycee berg of the organization Re.
, ; R iA Yiar.Jn Increase our production of Umber Ettes; will be held at the Civic freshments will be served WIth-,

tt ", ae, ,,1 td' I ----I : Center-: _Christmas night, Dec 26, ,out charge, -
" I I I I Further. with rewcestauon lUUUDII' at P am. REDI
\ C II COI1TER I bles, or. whir'a deposit) is required tural resources, among whUh comes protection to our wildlife, Music wilt be furnished. by The city of Saranao Lake '\Is MInot
{ 'I. 1'I.'\ \' I. iRl'PO tYAR fAS ,t IItNC State Forester and given advice u to ,, art pur trees : IOU and water resources.. Water on Saranac Lake nor is\ th* NCRETE
r, 'I I the preparation anc. protectionof Our trees production must be conservation today is one of our action program In forest protec- city of Lake Placid on. Lake .
I i I C I I Sinca the beginning tit the areas to be planted Tli.r' \is i i i it creased to meet the Increased, most important problems to be tion as we should plan to protect Placid .
tiN# / .,' I 1 ,'rids Forest Service In 1928 no charge (for this assistance but i demands from the wood industries solved ,especially la South nor'only our trees, but also Colombian Indians in the early REI! RCINeI
j 'f.'i i i'I T "LETs t.1, total of S3 million tree have the landowners do pay for the I Pulpmllls, sawmills and Florida.We our industries which are depend' I days acarnfully called. platinum S L
i i! i I'' AaMw Ne bnw/"al.. .bill."MkHka been planted In the state. Thlthu seedlings at a nominal cost of other wood using Industries are won't solves the problemby ant on .tree population "unripe gold* i '. ...-j' .
''I If tsl\ 'I dCaldal.l.hltN lr I H 8p ) i| reforested roughly about $2.29 per thousand when they I cutting a tremendous volume of: increasing our production of __ .. ... .. .. .._ ._. .... ... .
;H( j' i" v 110000 acres of land. are picked up at the Olustee or tlmb.r to go into the production! trees without taking: precautions EVIct ( ( ( (( ( ( ttR .!C
,' I This year some 1(000' acres Munson nurseries Some federal I I of finished products we find entering to protect them from the ray BLOB

f :'J" :" c cf land will be replanted with funds help pay part of the cost our dally lives ages of fires Tifee' planting\ "THE BIG BAR I4"
"' l h the nine million pine seedlings of the seedling production.In Crate and hamper mills are' the approach beget more forest
4 produced !In our two nurseriesqt the educational program,I behind with their regular orders acreage but we need a STEEL ALUMIN
lee i Oluslee and Munson. the forest service furnishes free and a steady market exists for,. \eWld'l
I'I: fit ell imfrume s. V + Yt this is only about one seedlings to the youth pf the poles, piling, cross" {!ISs, naval' Soda and To op, WIDOWS

-h' !! Easy to buy f frfreih our tenth of the job we have to do state and renders free assistance stores and other forest products LOYAL ORDER OF /
the staU reforestation. And .In them. The wood Ores are destroyingsome MASONRY.
stock! ,In and advice. planting WHITE A
i 300 million board feet of MOOSE Bargains on gift i t I Christmas'to
t- \ '. reforestation\ now becomingone Through! schools and youthj PORTLAND
', 'I 1" I HUTTO r&VDlO' ot the most important of groups this reforestation'pro- timber annually and reducingthe MEEflSSjiiOP: MIMT In a Our New
; ;) j. 1, APPLIANCE CO. forestry projects due to the in- tram \is carried on. This \Is partof growth of additional millions **i frt ( :s S CEMENT
R creas'd demand for seedling by the long-range program of of board feet. Moose EACH MO On U. S. No. 1 Hobe Soun Phone 748 Fort
} \ ', j : STUADiamond landowners and woodland owner creating an interest among the Today Florida citizens and ,FEDE HIGHWAY ea hew
1" ''I' SILV ARE In the state ;i youth for the valu I For instancerthia we have
l year ---- -- _.
; : ( : 4- 1 Watches application for some 19 million
-t \ Ring and Welch Repairs seedlings, yet our production of "
I !f I 8 million falls far short of filling 'Ul\
i : requirements We had plannedto -
produce 10 million in the ," ..
r nurseries and would have, had SPENT IN ; MARTIN COUNTY FIRMSOFFERING 'I
not the recent hurricanes killed
I about one mill Urn of the crop. MARTIN COUNTY YOU
It, is also Interesting to note 1St I
'I''I'I I Hint this years production is almost STAYATflOME' BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

!;: 18 times what we produced ,
l las t However, last yean I .1.1I
year. ---.. _...,... ,
t output was due to a allure in
It. f 1 ...
the cone crops of 1945, adverse p- --
107 N. 2n8
$ Pierce
I L Fort
weather conditions and a lack of
,. ifflclcnt manpower to plant art and rigera i See Jensen Hdwe
Gild work the seedling beds, HOME MADE I
a'S' I 1 UARTTYCOMMISSION Next season the outlook\ bet Au tic SI ICE, BUY' By Box or PoPralifl HIGBEE &
1 1I t trr and If our present plans are Cap No Jol 1o/Large Or Di tesMexica SURE
I i rallied we hope to produce some mailSOUND I
.' -I'I elular Meetings 20 million seedlings In the two Mo rn Cot cages I HO CHRISTMASSZALSw Coconut saes me W HAM :TRY THEM THE:
.. l! nurseries at Olustee, In Baker '
i i railer/Court ,
i And General ARE MORE
{ Butter ch 'acting THAN
1, I J 00 P. M county. and Munson in Santa ELECTRIC CO. r
". 1 r i nd and 4th Rosa county. With additional RENTAL! av DAY WEEx oa I I'ENCEl ICs ca OLD RINKS and Rep APT TO lufa IT.
I" MONCONV Phone :.
fa llltlcs added to the nurseries ay 1 1I P. O Boa
Mil d Heath
W NESDAYS tie hope to Increase Olustee H Sound 3271 \ 1J One Block West 1m

Ii I art City hall production to 10 million over its BLAlRand AKER te Phone EETS City Bridge On JenseBeachLET

..1( I II I.. r e present Munson production T million to output 10 million, and OU DtaJ HI-W r I Plum OltSLOO art 347-J J Rain dg. 4ttL Bt Right

I f. Ii : Pub!' Always Welcome over its present 2:I million capacity -- --
1 3 But the seedling production\ You ill Web Ordwaj
'; a Store S us
ItIr; 1'1'I'' 111111111111 IIIIuIIIufuIIIIIIIIIIIIIuRe only one of the problems we Y R BEST
Jve Your
h Yourself hove to face. Fire damage,plant- fYcSTUA Visit P Motors 'BUYCHRISTMAS I Car or Truck
1e Meats
It g supervision and other factors Groceries A Complete Check UpXPERIFNCEO
i.i Wh ut Our Way enter the picture. 1 1U1JCHS'IBHR AUTHORIZE LA POs I And Frozen Foods L ATTFNnANTl

I Wildfires in Florida each year BALyr SHOP FO PRODUCE f AND MECHANIC
"I take a toll of millions of trees f NOVELTIES. GIFTS'' Psis W Ae KedsEN ,
AfcL'SSODAXSHOP Without tire protection the seedlings Olde t Sop In Stuart dFN SALES AN 9ER% LENDING LIBRA* N HOUel DAILY
I II have little chance to sur- DAY fO NITt .i
Y ,
It viva in the state, This \Is predIcated ur 'atronagereciated WRECK SERVICl SEALS Jensen Be StVpdard Oil Co.

on the fact that each yearwe C p I Sony REPAIRS SIM* N.n Pet'< .r 5.1. sup\ SE1VICE STATION
I 11 if find that man himself\ doIng icatre Bldg. UART'' USE PHONE 9142 I SALPH CHANOLEU, On*
FO JNTAIS DRINKS more to,damage the growing tuartUEMAN A Xl [TS PHONEQuinn's 313 i HI WW

I. 'I" SAN FICHE & COFFEE timber than be la in growing EAPERUY ---- .- '" ..'
I INblANTOWN, FLAiiiiiMiiraiiimiiiiiiiiiiHmiiiimiiimii I trees
I. Last year. for Instance, with
; the lowest forest fire record In '
1 IOsft 'a' history we still had 125000, CBNCRETEFoundations Plumbing A lies

!vti 1,L.vr, acres of protected burned. Figuring Fertilizer ,. Floors,
a low estimate of 200 trees, Driveways, SVtewalks. Sheet Met

J per:; acre, this burned some 25 i iI [UXEDO Blocks, Brick,\ rain PUMPING aY Mr
,I 1 million trees It did not kill all, FEEDSAND Uncle Billy Tile, Septic Tan\ .
I but those it did not kill it retarded i i iI CHRISTMASSEALS sez.4E..lud. In Fact \ lee J.b Ta L. ss 'tae WSTUAR
''i t la growth or made them O ERA LINK OF I
; I easy prey for Insects and dl- I lECTICIDES MdLTBY I I- : .. '7.J'I: =-Ye Past' Everything In ConcreVDUNTILE LUMBING
BoiNa JT)
Phon 2496 eeadk.U p..b5Mt.at
erases that attack through fire PO REMEDIES & M AL WORKS
I .. V O BEACH, FLORIDA I, stars Man responsible, too. !
; 1 lor 99 out of every! 100 Ores, of T FEED STORE i sox $eePH
t" All Kind.'I LER AVE PHONt SfO iI I. L. I DECKERBox .
which 14 were deliberately set. I I Remember when th' folks' would I Os.' la Reel re Y
Ce me, Mosaic Marble, Yet man this year la replanting J K MARTIN Mir .1 J I say "You'd better ,LIGHT TH' 936 phone 27-W.1.1I

; t 't uarry, Asphalt and I only about one-third of those lAMF! and when it come to
; I Rubber damaged by fire last year. ..
{j J, "Blue Wash-Day, flit spring orwell -
l: utic and AluminumWall I Through the employees of the
'I, ,'I l Tile Florida Forest Service that is, )ocks, CASE 'S Jou'd vamp? But now we I We Pick Up and DeliverLAUND UTTON'Srvice
I '' T' for sale and installed ,' district foresters, farm forest- S turn a switch for I licht w.. twist YOUR

fl loor Sanding and en, extension rangers and oth :awalls Golden Gat Camp brlnn 1121 '-. no more a wash- Station
1 \\t. 'I erthe cooperating landownersin board do w. fight, for that would
Finishing Cables & frailers
the state each are Instructed
\ year B Houses .. .
) r Rug Cleaning: ', in the proper method of a r, bo too slow! FornWly Wesler's'Crown

I :, .. \ S RBRITE PRODUCTS planting: the seedlings All lee Of Marine Beer, is nd GasServed 1 : J fFl' We don t 'make *oat--though It First Class Irk fiwt and Auto

t; I!' & SERVICE They are loaned planting dlbHO .-. rtructionTaylor Bottle eel '\ be hlfh-NO: MEATS do we now Phone' \oft Drinks
---- -- Repairs
S ys cure-DO hop to urg t Into tbe r n
I 1 'l'i no eon to milk, that sure! OJ/L
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t i { mil Stuart No wood to klndlln' E ; Stuart
21/g split* or One mile S ;,
Are You Potential ., Box 474
chop w. DOW barn coal or oil; SLATNDR'Y'
HdNE 104-J Fed. H' h ay No, 1 ,. < our eookln done by Kilo-watt x Fed. No, IIL' I
ItA : ? Its quick to make things boil!
/ But art WE ANT HAPPIER? t
: tta food MOWOI why you tlixiW. I wonder,now and then Its tinethat -. ._-- .. .
I',. for Cesatmaaa tho WHV| CROSS .HOSPITALS Buy The Best PITCWORD'SCottJ v we look snappier, but p r* w*
or, tatera, meat and bread ".
t h Ski only' fco.piK.1' In hiat.! that Is 4nl4 n-
j q. I......*., fee trntnunt ol iaf condition. ': GENERAL MP 'cause all must eke a Uvta' which i S RVI fc ES'. IL'
[ quite th' 9lEN(1) our fathers were who had no time for cunedness KenrVth BUYCHRISTMAS
esndilion l I. Coder r.g< dad .i a .d.fl.SN *MMkhot ELECTRIC Stlnmell
,, r 1I ro.uift ipociol skill kyfhm. who karo inir4 InHi 0 latNT and such when kids fell RICH with Just a dime, and helped
4 , { Olid* *(V. d ICOM. Appliances a (and Boats with CHORES SO M\1<<:lIT 4 PhV.J-W '

{ Tk ROSS HOSff At with xloiitlfl K then,laundry, WHO r e end arTAu. -i f4, ,
1 ''i'l' X WHITE *prtM AI For t4\df f Service.,
practdur* mAtaiHinf lh dpnoeie locllitm tfcot or* Cab,lets anapifiances an small S food, alB any
p sectary in Blirm,ninf tar natt co diH ii. 1 Kadlos. '
h t For Sale LandscapirU Caretaking. *
e 5 A 4. It b a koip, tkot It I comilir d M>t>n InM say i MA TIN CCUNTYLECTRIC : SEALS,,
1 Poem el kegs sue trrofntnt during your rcvry, JE [N BEACH .. CeneVW Repairs,,

1 WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL AT rely IRIOGS; i .. '''''t"-r ,
5 You dmit y .If i" eta hone .. at
t. h. 'ach., d ups rae awe riM, *> at say HUM.t --

.e From rko sins al air .cc.pt04 until yof *ra seedy _=
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I yon L a Mont cr* .f tram {
pelpttolliolion let condition fcooIhon COM
t y Intelligent at your fo M* lnf -
; 'he *nk..mu otkrs with tktoIcokokc .. I IGI+IMURUU8lsswGLORT Stuart TaxiSERVICE Dl f arorilere
halo....., UY nique Eatery dsJt

I' 0. If yae ee *| .ntiel ., kotpnollntlM a a We se a at the curb Gulf: ieFos Tennia, CoJf Construction ,
l p eoaeio. a.a n I t* Sued Ik* .OToloynunt' ol ckrww. I
Mktka.55as ..".101.. Deli bus.Superb Red or Crefa DuriL Courts
CUR STMASS Is' LIPEUJl3 Prompt DependabCo Pennants \ ue5ts
Hambu Hot Asphalh Courts
i Dogs I
V. Ta eaCIaa kin* will inrtfcw .rr. yea W vMI HAIR
.em ehwsl I you aaeee .Hor"*' t* wcrttK*.. .oils :Ionditionin filled -
They're \
I J \ the last word I JR rTe
10. Only ... w of .tsK. lrm. .Mme .nj.. tninot b ALS Litth ni. Supplise
aeai.d fa | ...*.*.,. Open 1 M, to Midnlgh i L '

I r n. WHITE S [HOSPITAL i It pave hn..itt elahla.J. .1'I IICO ..1 1 Mile So ,in Federal Hwy, I Beaut S op '2 '!J .JEVBEN'BEACH RECO SHOP
for t" erect 1 your n4MiM. only Do not 5. apn- 'I e Ilea AK5ON I; nx to : (FLORIDA Lypl n BId4
,' basil,. af o M :era, doubtful tko possible' =
soh 3 eb.e M4" .Is. I t | |i:you. In Ik* nwlority l *f ,
.s.5 s.adihs ot yours con k* assessed. wW only -;
r w .I-
soak d h.. jlutin.' Writ or yhon for "Intommlon or, S ART ,I '
I .. ,..-t lea J'ow. DJ9r of klili. .. ynWni **nt yeah K'S Fred A. fford ERA ALE J Mlla oWer. CAM R 'Sat
spa rmf Admlulon. ky .npnoHttmtnt *nly.UOSS. SERVICE TATION P IT co. .

4 an PAINT Reanster Ro NGAIW CAP

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Beer and Soft Drinks o It And R Re ingSI1 ;, 'fliaq .ocoaa

Sandwich, Soup, Pie WBU.UIUrhoiis nd Surrey Colorado ( kited
14 Wiles So. of Stuart on. M 1b
0200 CeatraI AYe... ,. '.UOf' 51'',......;.... 'Pl..' D.roeer ra toart, Florida P 0141 stnd Loan Fed, Highway No. l
,7555.. etetl.el. II aN ofIIlaIoI .1ttI .ar eatee aasss .... a.N.. aa.a' Federal ni-Way No. I uiP. Message .''MathsI Join Road
Epyrlp/M/ 1941 AtILt GASOLINE a Arcade 't. a( Box 177 Phone 214-I 9.454 p. q s.e tit, rld4Y rand
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; Value of Rapid Soil Tests muck of the Everglades St on the, marl nils in the Homestead area. At -,

I the Vegetable Dope Laboratory we are trying to ascertain which of

k rills! the above-mentioned lefts can: be used with conHdence
Ernest t, Spencer : on the landy
Jle Soft Ovmi, Vegetable Crop laboratory, Florida flatwood soils .
Agricultural Experiment Station, Brofenion, Florida We have considered the
sampling and analysis phases of nil
During the IIIIt 10 yean ;;;;;;t1 and soil chemists; have con. testing but the phase dealing with interpretation of results it usually

trlbuted of much to the deVelopment) of rapid chemical test. II a meana subjected to the most serious Inaccuracies. These corrupt arise because
determining the fertilizer needs of t. 1011. These many contrbu, Interpretation should be based on a consideration not only" of the,
FUGATE & GREENLEES This(tons has have shown that no method hat yet been devised that It Infallible. chemical analysis, but also of nutrient balance, crop requirement, nd '
led some workers t" the type texture, method of
question chemical 1 accuracy and the Drainage Irrigation and seasonal rainfall and .
reliability of the results of such toil tests despite the fact that many temperature. AH of these factors pay) an Important role to the nutrient
COmmercial organization and several state experiment station are making uptake by the plant and must be considered" before satisfactory reoom
thousand of rapid nil tests each year. The chief advantage of mendatkm can be made. 'For example. the nitrogen level may be GREETINGS "
( ( ( ( ( ( these rapid tests over the older and more conventional chemical method adequate but if potassium or any other of the essential nutrient elements a. ,
are their simplicity and the rapidity with which the Individual test Is deficient, poor growth will result Furthermore, it fa well NEIGHBOR
I can be carried out. These feature make them well suited for routine known that crops vary considerably, not only in thai total amount of ,
nil teitlng ., nutrients required but also in their requirement at different -periodsof HERB YOUNG, Contractor i
There li a growth. Every one knows that more fertilizer,fa j
tendency on the part of wme worker to too ; required during a
much of the ml expect. period of heavy rainfall than during a In sod HERB and PAUL iU
rapid test and to crilize them when they full to coma dry spelt a dry ammonia l
up to expectation. It i. not reasonable to think that oil tests, in all to readily converted to nitrates but in a wet nil the reverse take ,__ h_ __ .
cases, should correlate directly with lie obtained from place. These few examples will serve to show the Importance mar these N,
the uw of fertil&& n. There art various crop reason response for the lack qf correlation environmental and cultural factors in Interpreting nil analysis1 date (ttt(<
but the pr idpal one fa the failure lot the' most part to adapt I There are many instances when a simple pH' determination will
a let of methods suitable for the soils and crop under Investigation. go a king way in diagnosing soil disorder and save the time and
9 It .hould be obvious that the remit of chemical nil tests can furnish; trouble Involved in making a complete nil analysis. Such a pit determination MER.RAY I
valuable and otherwise unobtainable can be made by most Soil
Information that can serve avery I County Agents. reaction fat
I Holiday 1 useful purpose In fertilizer recommendations. This Is true only Itself fa not a measure of nil fertility but it does Indicate whether or
I when the test can be relied upon to give consistently accurate and I not the nil Is In condition t o allow the most efficient utilization of
reliable analytical results fertilizer. In highly acid soils leaching of potassium, ammonia nitrogen, i .
Let ui now consider some of the peculiarities involved In soil I magnesium and calcium Is much more severe than In slightly acid or CHRISTMASAND !
ONCCeAcwsWeCam CHEEP i neutral nib. This fa true In flatwood sands low
Ins analysis It fa of the utmost Importance that the sample of soil to be" especially organic
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY SEASON IJI analyzed should be representative of the area sampled If the soil type matter. Moreover, the availability of certain minor elements such as
WITH A TRuE APPRECIATION fa relatively uniform, one sample consisting of borings made throughout tcopper, boron, manganese and zinc for most crops b decreased if I MAY GOD BLESS
the nil becomes too alkaline Physiological studies have shown that YOU
area Is sufficient
'Or In FULL MEANING.\ MAT usually If the soil type varies within the field,
ammonlocal nitrogen can be readily assimilated by some plants If the
should be
IT BRING You PuCE JOT AMC.. The Staff of more the sample greatest needs in taken soil testing corresponding In Florida to tbe fa i soil practical varieties method One I nil pH Is near the neutral point. This fact b well worth consideringnow kj? our sr.r'c! wish! for oil
CONTENTMENT THAT WILL Rio that most of commercial fertilizers from '
of obtaining has our contain 75 to 90
a from
representative sample II field that been bedded I -
MAIM WITH You ALWAM. 01 and side-dresied One method now bi use la to make a cut 8 Inches percent of their soluble nitrogen as ammonlcal nitrogen. Recent | CONSTANCE
the bed studies indicate that incidence of blossom end rot on tomato may be JOE \
BLUE GOOSE deep across entire and then scrape soil from the exposed sur ," ,
tied ammoniacal
face: closely up with nitrogen and pH.
I This soil I. mined thoroughly and a representative[ sample taken B ., '
) for This method Is !laborious and often : All too frequently nil samples are received with a request" for a
aatWlilaeW liuv/.vli4ma 'lar't//avtvlmsolrvts testing : unreliable especially a'j )t>> "' '' >>i>> :
I if the sod .fa dry. We have recently made soil sampler which takesa complete chemical analysis. Not Only fa such an analysis a complete: { .
sample 12 Inches by 1 inch to prey depth desired By taking 2 or :3 I waste of time but an interpretation based on such an analysis b next to
slices with such an implement the operator should be able to obtaina impossible If a nil analysis fa desired to corroborate a field 1 diagnosis
sample representative of the cross section of the bed. "We have had I of poor plant growth, a soil sample from around a normal plant in
,this sampler only a month or two, but.so far it has worked very satisfactorily the same Held should be submitted From comparison of the analysisof
It Is more time consuming than the ordinary sampling tube, these samples, the worker b In a better position to make a sound

I but it does give a more representative .amplelth Interpretation of the analytical data PUT THIS
With the soil sample now taken. where should it be tested: at a In most states rapid nil tests have been 'used as a prevention DOWN
I .ate-wide nil testing !laboratory such. at the State Agricultural Experiment rather than as a cure. Because of our local conditions in Florida IN
station, at a district laboratory. or by the grower himself rapid nil test may play an important role in "trouble slioohng'' For YOUR LITTLE BOOK '
U ihout doubt the best job of testing could be done. at a central well example, an' experienced grower may recognize a certain growth abnormality -
equipped I laboratory but under such a system at least. a week would and attribute it to be a nutrient deficiency. A rapid nd test
Mark continue throughout carried out at this time may corroborate his diagnosis and permit him "
elapse from the time the sample was taken) until the grower could be
tin dais l of the New Year notified to the This would be factor to take steps to correct the condition: before the crop becomes: a total
be bleated with a as analysis not a in many states -
mvf yu and but in Florida, especially on the sandy soils, the situation somewhat loss >
weelth if tiappliteti have Mitt prosperity different. Here tine grower may be Interested in how much nutrient The rapid tests have not been too. satisfactory in diagnosing trace I II
before.ao you has been lost by leaching following a heavy rain and whether or not element deficiencies. However by ascertaining the, pit of tile nil,
-enjoyed he should apply a side-dressing Under such conditions time fa of an experienced worker can usually diagnose minor element disorders. j
MERRY CHRISTMAS the essence" and tbe grower ought' to have the analysis Within 2 Or :3 For example, on a recently limed sandy nil a deficiency of!manganese rots, ova f'P 1y
days"at the latest Without doubr-a district !laboratory could render fa apt to occur f.VOt
the service 'in (lie shortest possible time It fa believed that nil testing and recommendations: based upon
Now as to methods of analyses. There is little doubt that a district sound principles are true aids to the grower. However, there are r
laboratory no matter how small can do an adequate job of analysis certain limitations which should be borne in mind First, plant root _
J properly organized and equipped When such a laboratory is not avail absorb elements from the nil slowly while In ml tests the solvents Fg'' )I

STUART JEWEL SHOP able, the grower must either do his own testing or rely on trial and are In contact with the soil materials only a few minutes. Second, BY JINGO "
error. the roots of different plants vary In the amount of nutrient they can ,
There are several soil kits, now available on the market, for the absorb Soil test).) are designed for general crops and must be carefully JENSEN BEACH LARRY CLARK
,.SAM And JOE grower who wants to test hu own soils. These range in price from standardized for particular crops and particular kinds of soil More-
$10 to more than $65. These' kits are so designed that they can be over, plants feed Tut of the subsoil as well as out of the upper 6
used by persons without scientific training and with a minimum of inches; thus nil samples do not represent the entire environment.
laboratory facilities They also contain'directions' for their operationand Plants absorb elements out of the whole soil complex, part of 'which ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( (< for an interpretation of the results At present the grower fa ata may be alkaline (subsoil], and part acid (surface soil). ,i>> I'I IM
loss as to which nil kit to buy. Each year numerous requests are In conclusion may I repeat that there fa no doubt about! the value '
MFT received for an opinion regarding the reliability of nil kits for diagnosing of rapid nil tests to growers where t they have been extensively used .
Yt11M61 the fertility of a nil At the Vegetable Corps Laboratory we I by trained workers Such States! as New Jersey, Wisconsin, Virginia,
r are now carrying Out experiments on the relative accuracy, sensitivity, North Carolina, Indiana and undoubtedly several others have used
reliability and ease of manipulation of 6 nil Ills In the estimation of them with very good results. The basis for this successful: usage b
nil fertility In the critical range of growth response with vegetable crop I that hi these laboratories the tests are made and interpreted by agriculturists I cMtflfcu I
plants. It fa particularly desirable to know how result obtained by the who have had brood experience with the group of lOlls being e. I f ft.tUr ,
use of these various kits compare with one another and how they are tested and the nutritional requirements of the crops normally grown.
correlated with plant growth on different soils under various conditions.All : I I Our Immediate problem here m Florida b to acquaint ourselves with i'

of the 6 kits now being composed employ extrlKtinllOlutiornl! the crop responses obtained by fertilizer applications on the many !nil \\. .,x V In some manner These kits have been adapted from methods worked types found I in the grlcultural areas. \ 2 '
out, by various, state agricultural experiment stations and applied to fi'i: .

'1 I Iuuu !the soils of their respective states In some case the published method At This Busy Time of the Year We Want Just ; iit@: I h
have been commercialized and the composition of all reagents are -- )
known In other cased the information furnished with commercial sets two: words with youBOXWELL- \ hl fciJtma
gives no clue as to the chemical composition of the various materials ) I .;
used. for the testl The company expects to furnish refills as a part of ,
Its business. Nearly all laboratories of course prefer a system which I'' 1S J
allows them to make up their own reagents from Hock chemicals because :
, many of the refills are quite expensive. The Hellige kit based\; i .

in part on methods used at the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment I A\f/ \ I IsM -
Station The La Motte kit fa based partly on Wisconsin: methods and I -
partly on those used at the Connecticut Station. The Simplex set it I
directions published by the Michigan Station a .1 J
manufactured according to
TheUrbana Laboratories In their set use the directions of the \ Jensen Beach Beauty Salon 4 i
:,,1+6 tCll Illinois Station and"the Purdue set' was developed' by the Purdue ( ,. ': ,

Station. No information could be obtained regarding the reagents used'I C I' i

iP the kit. i'I'
As already mentioned, most of these kits have been adapted fromprocedures
worked out by different experiment station for use on nil
WAY In their particular states. For this reason, they may or may SIGN SHOP fi ',
for the e. present |In therefore stands MRS.C. J. BOX WELL and A:CI,FVFt AND. :
MR. and MRS WEB ORDWAY not III re be suitable)nJliatittsIp1edto 1OJ.J11 p flohvood soils may not bet "reliable on the MR. and a )a )a >> "_)lJ :1.

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pure Indian ..
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.. to express to you the oppretiation -,

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i THE STUART NEWSBTCABT,111ARFW: Cot J PLO&Ri oo..JiP6P.\ ..,. M4 K M: "'f'r4+.... s 1 1ty

") ', 'II'' ""The low:; rats Iti. t STRANGE; FISH NETTED NEAR SHANGHAI I ; wen
I II' recprd
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ed with
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( to th* relatively largqnamber tp.-
of new businesses- Incorporated Proximately $2,000,000. bod, *,.
: In. Florida in (the past urea relatively' low
for 1
two yean. From Jan i, IfrH teara." nt
) I through i UctoDtv' "'; a total of
: : : t 7.J74 busirmaes nave been in*I, iii the 12th Century, si5Pwas
i I .. II ef wveed i, 'n Florida. the business center u III:
t _"During the tame! period ,only world !

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1 the heartiness of this year's
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1""I\., \t J ,: warmth of peace and content I i I Holiday Safety Rule Tell REAL ESTATrTM A

'ii :I!,' 4 ; !. I: ; ment b everywhere. Joy te in Methods to ,Prevent Fires
''r ,. ; the hearts of alL .-,
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\ ,. ti Each year Christmas trees and doors or otherwise blocking ex '
fi', [ '. r', i flammable decorations have Increased its.'' tt Is very'essential that all LOW RATEThe
,. !' With good reason then were [ the hazard In bornes.stores. ,' r11 '
;;J doors leading other'parts of
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off[* es and public buildIngs -
} l) I happy in tb'e belief that this causing many Area. building l l l particularly' upper
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close rate' of commercial. -
i i method u known stairs If located to a
) W : !, season' greeting .b reality iI for No-practical flame-proofing the trees, but Christmas \Ire, normally. be kept and ether non-farm real ( I al t rila r t \
I IA I ; !s It I'\ ,, II t P I th: use of these simple rules will closed. estate foreclosures stands today .ul lI } J' .rl"l 1 ] J 1t1 1 1
'. '! ; !l rather than a wish. (help avoid needless fires and A definite Inspection should be approximately 30 per cent of the j
\ I probably many tragedies. The 1935-1939 although
average up
''I "". ,, made each mornlni by, someone .
I } )! j rules have been devised by engineers % somewhat over last year, the research
;t'r : of the National Board of of authority to determine and industrial divisionof ) r '
,,1 ,'T 1 ;1 mERRY CHRISTIESCampbell's I Underwriters\ whether the tree should >e 1U ,, the Florida State Chamberof I1..k. i,111.)5)f ) ;
I \ Keep" the tree outdoors'' untU up for a longer time and whether Commerce stated yesterday In : : )
I I It ready to install It. it shall be lighted again. Remember Its weekly business review. .
J.. i small tree be w"'It,"';" ,
\ j. i Do not set the tree up until a a can as The most significant characteristic ,
I I few days before Christmas. I beautiful u, but list hazardous of today' rate of non- : -
.. i" I : Place the tree In the coolest I than a large one. farm foreclosures Is Its lowe level i
t part of the house. If necessary Christmas trees in offices The rate stands at 1.4 failures ,
Ii shut off the radiator close: to should I not be located In such a. for every 1,000 structures io; I
: the tree, I position as to block exit from' Ini the State for the first .
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the office. nine months of 1947. The
: JI' Fruit Under no circumstances Me I In cue of fire leave the b Ud., monthly I high! for the period '
any cotton or for decoration -
; t 1'1 II tree of the tree paper, or around the ing.fire department Walk don't run Call the occurred but consistent in January decreases of this were year Seymour; > Gideon's Inn I

,' ;. I \ registered each month In the "
4 { Da not place electric: trains .
1 : "C U CAMPBELL 0. L. around the tree. UILOINO ruMirsr second and third Quarter .. \ I
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Use only electric Ughta-and set 140.... ".'.web... 5. e..Mg bkY. ....allt.l.eor .. In Florida has Increased
i : that aU of the strings are In .Moo, Mr mow I SEYMOUR GIDEON!: J I Itiffins
lii\ h l 'H ae 'Onfltk 12&- cent while farm -
> a' w 11.5. per population
\ : I 13""MCI"I l good condition and not frayed. r KnraUto \\i.", S|>MI>lnto/ ., Loin no.ni decreased 20 per cent during ,
4"I Those which have ben Inspected II Tit II ft. fnu e.i.l
.M.'t..t. ,4,155 the past.sewn years.
by Underwriters' Laborator .- ,
I' t < '' the wire or a statement. on the
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From time to time inspect the ; >tJt.t.l St'so .. .. ;#"' : !'t!J
'Ji\M".tGi'; :& 7 wr4 < w a5 -"
;o.'if ; t\N.\ ttsO .y dr.4.c: tix': ; 4'YIcI.Inf'tFltt
tree and whether of ,.....,.... \\.J... J>. .\ .. ,. \ .: '. f [\ f ME ,;.. jr .
: : i I II' see any the : .. "", \\1 f.r'' ''' it r 'or+ ,y'ias a.as'a tt t." I t .,,..t."A":
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} ; I,, chore' the to location turn brown of the, lights if so ; i t'el "'K:,ii.,, ?Y'X }.'>/ ;r A.h; 4.:.k 's4..irrt ( ";:'t ';\;, ,tt"' 'I'-.ii': ::; ;!r-1'r :..., 'H'i'i';!:?; \\' .
I'' 't' When the needles start fallIng .i'4. *,H.tiJ'kr a;.'h"yp1 J ilSl\" \tJ"! u9a'w.t"i\ \';'; \.}.4YF.nee t.1,.r e jS ,r.., .; .'" J "
I I $*"\ f"Mt" 1.w".r; ,+: .x.r.tt'. "*<{< *,#O' jSftyjpJ:: '}t"'f( y ,Srb. a iII'\-'i.\' ":" ";
\ ; ti' R take the tree down and discard .' 'I' :'!f; .** .. ""t. \:\*! : ......,.. ..,
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It. If It la desired to keep : y 1" i..f.t1"'t! : J.'II'j MW ".I. '1),4i .. ,
L : J L' the tree up for a few days longer. 'w "H', 'i";V.:, "i,1.;.*i-V.V:.;iV'vrf+w. #1 iJ>. 4 -J. '
ell) not keep the-tree lighted 1'1,),& ) ,* 'f f! : w, ..r.t;' (J '(1'M ,
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41 41y About t the house, do not permit -t-, ,',..," nqJ: :' .. 't' ( I i<< : ,; "
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I I I them to be'around or near chain I'j + ." ,A., tt'. I> ,,< 'J1r
: "I and other where people ; :;.' 'I\f."; : ; I .' '. ( ,
t y s I U 1: ", l fi ('t'rr.r't.- :" ( f,
: D I may smoke, It Is preferable to t .. .\ ..... 'i l.t f;
L j have them up near the ceiling, } :!} : ; f.i-1 '\ I': I ) "t\1"
tti i I well above the head of f : i
I anyone :; \ 1
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I r 1 Standing up1.If :
) t lights are desired in win'dows '-
I l 4! I.. all I I'j I never use candles; keep 'f !:::. .' RoOW \ ".
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/I C81 curtains and other Inflammable ..t;< .\."' \'i' '
material' pulled back at least 6 'J {
\'j ; II :: the ,, Inches from any light. ,, ll; 1.
,Ii' In hotels, churches hospitals -' '
of I
i and other places of assembly,, -
.l".t" I I and In hallways of offices, the ;,
: And location of the Christmas tree u tlleJlfu111'E9. 1
of vital Importance. They should 1' f
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I ,,1 ; ; the way not be or located elevator pear which any would stair- '; ., L.".
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.. ;, "' e0 YoUDutREETII1GS ::fi -ing circle 'of' friends whom( .it5has\ :'\ '-*

: :tJ!$ : been our pleasure to serve thesS*4 ,::**.'

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1'91 STUART! NEWS, STUART, MARTIN oorlNTr, noRmA, THURSDAY, DEC:. R5 1947t --

I FOUR-HORSE FINISH 1 usa VISITS.. IN EUROPE I vocal numbers Introducing new,' chase of an organ Jor tlu pro
Operations t< visiting jololst The offering posed new church""- lr I
w will,, begin a fund for the put- Ave ""

To End;, Chief :

I Thanks a final tribute WorkersIn to the 1500 1(3( HAPpt

\ 000) volunteer' who have served (
l the U8O, Dr tlndsley r Kim-
ball, USO president said In a re-
I"at just received from national

headquarter In tfew York City:

t! 1S OUR FINEST i "All over the country, where 9 GAY t

080 operation are closing folk t :"

CHRISTMAS are gathered together', In farewell .

GIFT ceremonies. D26'\! 1947, 3 ti

tG T Is a date to remember, fur \this.

Is the day USO flags come down;

." those of Its ilx member agencies -- i
" and other peace-time communIty Senoru. Pens, wile of the pre.il-! tf

agencies will M raided over sheet of Arjjiillmi' wrung modish .. '
the activities for which there are hut M she arrive In Rome ,.
on-going needs, 'You should:\ havea (rum Spurn during her visit ..,

feeling of happiness that your ulinuul .
Job| has been well done You j
Pitchford's CampJENSEN have' Ie'' PRESBYTERIAN! : MUSICALE
played Vital
a part *
It was a [Plow| ( finish and) a .1..11"/10"1'( / show money In lib race i TO BE PRESENTED DEC. Zl
at lingtun, !( Park\ Alula Last "surest great demonstration of democracy "; ..o1
HWYO" won istyJt:ei tiiry, A Christmas ;musicale by the ,.-;
BEACHFRIENDS second tour+ aril, aaseud 1: rrmili. '"n rail, awl SI.!( I Ml 1 tw firf third I During nearly seven years of Presbyterian Church choir, directed -

USG, more than 4,000 clubs were i. by Mrs. Heleue Budhoff, ''4
I opened Attendance of a $ ,- will be presented at the Woman -
,,- r Committteemen of Kiwanis 000 servicemen and women WILl '* Club Sunday at I p m. The
i recorded enjoying your hospitality program will Include carols by 1$
In clubs, lounges, camp the choir and Instrumental. and
Club to Meet Tuesday 7:30: shows and other activities. usa
operations Including I camp .
------ Snows, extended to all parts of
A meeting of all member of STRANGER YOU the world, with clubs below the + ';'
Stuart Kiwanis Club to study and GUESSED: RIGHT equator and almost to the North \
apportion the work of the organization Pole, kAsane
A Jensen. Reach tourist the ,r!
for 1948 will "Then there were the "unseenthousands' ,.
be held In other day stood dumbfounded ,
-the ones that were t
the basement of the Baptist watching Fete Ward fiddling In the military and veteran 1\\1s-Ii i
Church Tuesday at 7:30 p m The with a contraption on. thepo.h pitals. You stayed by your post
session will be the first since the of his lodge
to lend a hand to those who still -
i (l ee new committee setup was announced Walking up to another visitor had the mark of war upon them \ s. c. ) -
at the clubs weekly he remarked: "You did not forget and they
noon meeting at the Woman's "It I wasn't in Florida and will not forget. 1IJ
Club Friday Since every club It wasn't S3 In the shade I'd "To all of you, volunteer and r 4iAJILUISST
member Is Included on at least swear that man Is rigging up staff members alike, 'thank )'ou.' .
; one committee full attendanceIs to to fishing through the Ice" Thank you-to each of you personally ; \ -. I'f
mandatory at Tuesday's meet- lie wasn t far wrong Pete -you, the American peo- i t \ \ :
and ]Mrs. Ward flew to New ple whose.good sense, Judg- ;
Friday luncheon Prlc York Friday and thence to ment and cooperation Is ever ,
V \ French and C. A. "BIll" Porter Quebec for the Christmas holidays present In time of peace and Of I I
W.'rt wtsUn'i for were unanimously elected vice- -and Pete's a great man can b: depended upon to como s#
you everything that's tcod. president and director respectively to keep up with his fishing, to the fore In time of any na- I :1N
You're a swell after which Henry Kin- even if Its 10 below tional emergency 1 8
bunch of folk, and dred served as* Santa Claus to -- --- -- W.I8H \ ..
A recent report Of the Chil-
wo'r mighty proudto distribute a present to all attending SCHOOL BOARD GETS Complimentsof A
dren's Home Society of Florida
have known Member brought the 4
shows that 52,000 children have 1 ,
presents before the meeting opened the seasonto '
been cared for by the organization '
and considerable merriment : 1
during the 40 years of Its -- '-
CHB1STMAS.EDWARD. followed the subsequent existence During the past year Tallahassee, Dec 'M- (ENS) you, and you '
Ve opening of each the Society, under the able direction The Martin County Board' ot !
CORP:1and :
The meeting this week was of Marcus Fagg, cared Public Instruction. received you STUART DRUG
voted to be skipped t resultof
$29340 last week as reimburse-
for MOO children In distress and
Its coming th? day after need ment for school lunchroom food General Repairingand ;:v
MAPP Christmas when many will be ,
I I '" out of town or otherwise unableto Keith, chairman of youth organizations ,expenditures State School Supt, Colin Eng- Re"modelingCARL STAFF .. ,"'

attend. \ ; John Keller, chairmanof lish said a total of $19,700 was The Rexall Storeftc
A* announced by President- support of churches In plr- sent to 29 counties. The funds' HEATH
elect the Rev, Phil Maxwell the !tual"alms, are made available under the I
committees except one are di- Group Oughterson, direct National School Lunch Act and .
vided Into seven groups with a tor; Hugh Stuart, chairman of are distributed by the State Department I
director at the helm of each The business standards; C, F Ire- of Education I
I II exception I Is program on which land, chairman of public affairs; J Ao
II I will be French, David M1: Mar Marshall, chairman laws and Mercury Is sold by the "flask.which I N veye ,
I shall and H. R. Steffens, The regulations. contains about 76 poundsMildred .
others areGroup : c el +1
I 1 George Tilton, director i
I ; Jim Pomeroy, chairman lit
I of achievement;, Arthur M. Do-
hon, chairman of classification:
David B Irons, chairman of finance -

Group 3-L. C. Klcklltef, director ;'
: Ted T. Oughterson,chair- its j
man of Klwanle education:
Charles Rue, chairman of mem- 1
bership; I A. MennlngT, Jr. P if
chairman of public relations
t Group\ S-Henry Kindred, director -
; Menninger, chairman of 4
S attendance; Roscoe H. Kolllns
; chairman of house,; C. R. Ash- e
ley, chairman of inter-club relation -
Group 4-Porter, director; IC >.
Clements, chairman of music;
b I Porfr.fchalrman of reception:;
Stefferia, chairman of agriculture.

I Group S-: Carl A. Bridges, director -
; Bernard Coker, chairmanof
boys and girls work: B. D '

Fulton ledged children chairman; of Charles underpnvl-Kin Heath, SweetsSTUART

dred, chairman o* vocational
<\ guidance jf \
Group 6-Rue, director,George , \I'IIG4firL
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1 r 1*( j --r III. CAROLS FOR CHRISTMAS j to M percent of suvar., were Ued toTIDINGS rlbe early Yilth Non-rope ibis*.'I

Hitf l Joy {to the world, the Lord ia comet The first Noel the angel did say OF

Let earth,receive her King; Was'to certain poor shepherds in fields as they lay GREAT

Let ev'ry heart prepare Him room, In fields where they'}Jay keeping: their sheep ," JOY
f $*$11 i And hcsv'n and nature sing, On a cold winter's night that was 19 deep.

I ? And hcav'n and nature sing 1 Noel Noel, Noel, Noel,
And\ heav'n and heav'n and nature sing ,
31 \ Born Is the King of Israel
Joy to the world, the Saviour reigns, looked
t They up and saw a stat '
Let men their songs employ I
While fields and floods, rocks, hill and plains Shining in" the East' beyond them faro 1
Repeat the!; sounding: joy And to the earth It gave great light

i'' i ..j. OUTPOST LUNCH BAR Repeat the sounding joy r .And so It continued both day.and night.
Repeat, repeat the; sounding joy. Noel!, Noel Noel, Noel '
': ARNOLD E, WILLIAMS ', *: ._ .1 1 4 T
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tayI No more let sin and sorrow grow, Born .is the King, of Israel

Nor thorns infest the ground; And by the light of the'same Star 'i
He comes to make His blessings flow ,
Three wise men came from country far
Far as the curse 'is found, ;
t 1 hr at the cur e.iJ l: found, ... To seek for a King was their intent, 'I ,Handy-Pantry Pastry Shop
ratE Far as, far as tho curse Is found. ( And to follow he Star wherever it went :, _

He rules the world with truth and grace, ." Noel,,Noel, Noel Noel, ___.
And makes the nations prove Born ,Is the, King of Israed. w F.' BRANNON

The glories of Ills righteousness ., The star drew nigh to the, northwest (
And wonders of His love, "
rAnd O'er Bethlehem it took its rest.
And wonder of His love,
I wonders, wonders of His love And there it did both stop and stay\ <

Right over the place where Jesus )lay *, : <

SILENT NIGHT Noels Noel, Noel, Noel, ,' ;,
; yi f9 4 7 Silent night! Holy night 1 Born is the King of israel. i.\'tN: e I" :; J

All Is calm, all is bright' ,\ ,;:
Then entered irr"those wise men three, '
Round yon Virgin Mother and Child t Fell reverently their knee' ', -'K ', \""." .. "-" .
:H Holy Infant; so tender and mild, upon '" '\ ( "
And offered there, in ills Presence : : '
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Sleep peace
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sleep in heavenly peace; Their gold, and myrrh, and frankincense ( ;,; ,;,. :
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t Silent night! Holy night I Ifchephcrds 1
quake at the sight! 'R1u Born is the King of Israel '_ ,: .

Glories stream from Heaven afar, Then let us all with one accord, r \ '.
Heav'rly hosts sing Alleluia, y+ Sing praises to our Heavenly Lord, "i7I-, fl r
Christ, the Saviour, is born, "'; That hath made Heaven and earth of nought, '
"' The Christ, the Saviour, Is born I ,'; And with His Blood mankind hath bought.
Little ,
Beauty Shop Silent night I Holy night! + Noel, Noel Noel Noel, ,
i Born is the King of Israel .
Son of God loves pure light, ? .
i' 1 Radiant beams from Thy holy face, r' t 4 (, lJi
Edna & Jerene W thrthe dawn of redeeming grace, GOD .REST YOU MERRY, GENTLEMEN.God : ilmai

I Jems, Lord, at Thy birth, gyp "- .rest you merry, gentlemen,
I Jesus Lord, at Thy birth. __ !tt;t Let .nothinRemetpber you dismay

.. ffi. Christ our Saviour ,
ED1T-MUSTTHEWASSA1LSONC 1 'i :':.' Was born on Christmas Day. dtJ'Ell
,? :. r | :+ To save us all from Sat 'n', pow'r' :: ,,- .'

f\\;' When we were astray ,' ,
gone ,
Here we, come wassailing ", \\ \. -: ,
Among the leaves so green, j ; Chorus
here we come a-wand'ring. O tidings,, comfort and joy, 't'\
So fair to be seen Comfort and joy _

''r Chorus j"" ;N'' 0 tidings of comfort and joy '
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In Bethlehem In
Ill ti and Jewry, \, ,
Love joy come to you *, t t
wassail too .'"1 ',\t j \ This blessed Babe was born, 11 ', ', "
And to you your ; \ jf'!* : -
And God,/bless you and /send you >,"" (, W'! within manger .
," ,' ,, Upon this blessed '
"' ; morn :t
A, happy new year' '1 *; \| rl r :'
d, The which His Mother
And Cod! send you a happy new; years '\{, {j Did nothing take In "Jtatt
We art not daily beggars \((4 ft 5:;: 0 tidings, etc. ,' on (atrt)
That beg from door o door, t I,1';;\,, '; '
s ., r But we are neighbors' children ::--1 P 1 From God our Heav'nly Father :
f oobtotll trit :
A blessed angel to kt
Whom you have seen before ,' t j\,. \ came 4,
And unto certain Shepherds
and Mistress' ) \? t y> I ,
Good Master Brought tidings of the same; ,
As you sit by the ,fire ,'"' How that in Bethlehem was born Ai.
Pray think of us poor children The Son of God b).Name Reign unchallenged
Who wander in the mire. O tidings, etc.
y in. this world Forever Iiffj !
It.L.L God bless the master of this house .- "Fear not, then," said the angel, r
Likewise the mistress, too.. "Let nothing you afnght, S ..more Amen ./' "
And all the little children This day Is born a SaviourOf ,

v That-rm I he table._go a pure;Virgin bright, __. 4r'
---- To Tree an those who trust in Him :
SAYS TWO-PARTY SYSTEM greatest need of Florida today. From Satan power nad might." %". 'ii i .i
FLORIDA GREATEST NEED Hj Mid, 'If Florida would go 0 tidings, etc. ,
E. A. 801" BALDWINSALERNO Republican at this tune when The shepherds at those tidings -
DeLand Dee 24, (FNS) Republicans are In control of 'F Rejoiced much in mind ? jllill
Speaking beforj the Women And l left their flocks feeding ; .
Congress it would be an easy / IIIII
Republican Club here, M. 1 '
In ,
tempest Storm and wind:
matter to get from la.ooo.ooo to
Mora who ran for Congress from
the 5th District and In all probability 20000000 cases 'of citrus pro- Andwent to Bethlehem straightway. : I j; '. //I
will again seek the office, ducts Included In.! the European, The' Son of God to find, .' : l"f

t hr, w ._.L._ .u_ termed "a two-party system. ,the, relief program of purchases, '' 0 tidings ete, '" ...,: ,,, 'I /

t} in L nj :;c t( ( ( ( (( (!( ( ( ( ( (( : tt( t( t( fCttttttf ( citrus,thereby losses relieving our' present And when they came to Bethlehem ',_ \ .< \ ,
"It also would be easy to secure Where our dear Saviour lay, '
I I'' funds for the developmentof They found Him in a mnger, BRUNER'sPHARMACY
t\, I much needed water controlof Where oxen feed on hay; ,
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I'> f' ., JI i l 'i the Bt John and Kluimmee His Mother Mary kneeling down. and
Rivera. It '
Iii we would Just lay Unto the Lord did pray
rl IF : aside our sentiment and begin 0 tidings,< etc 'STAFF.
voting for'our pocketbooks and --- -- ----
( : ,3: our future Florida would receive _
If tC
1 I :' the recognition she deserves Many authorities believe that ( (tggctcctgftf aiIc!<<" tt( t; ;
a a: ." .scurvy has killed more soldiers
;, Y '' I i I: than ever died in battle: '
4t*, I In 1940, the death rate in The Oalapagoe Islands derive \ i ( ;
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Army's, 'Affiliation Plah' Can Solve I .-Hospital in West Palm Beach Day with her parents, Mr and, ;t I I

May 'OU ir very wish .be ,ratified will spend Christmas Eve and Mrs Bob Garner In Stuart, : .'.

and enjoy a Christmas'; Basic ... .
r',ef.eW may tfme heppineis.rapes., Technical Emergency Needs };

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: J K ur>ll /public Olkl! parluuiiilyh a cadre or skeleton force regulations Organize ,
busnnrsr, Reserve Units The com
firms '
sees rN- enlisted
: I tn toy i/mi/ry/ ,' (:of. fl. (,. lI111tou u< slate: of qrrlcJr..only.men and Class The C Initial con. Mantling officer of the affllfat
ed unit will bs selected jtr
{nl/I IIul/IIflrtrr'f!/ the/ Fhhrfla activation of all units will be as among eligible reserve officers from C1-AIRMAN ; )
\ AII/llary/ V.IK1'; A.il11 Armyurro to II1m Class C units, namely officers and by mutual agreement between -
only. However,
as the unit demonstrates the sponsor)< and the de-
ability to round out .
ijQ.y.d.l.Po 1\; 'ncjana, ) ., R., C..IIOWIE Its' organization. It may be permitted partment.The written agreement which for ,Season of Genuine Happiness ((I
'A'mt to expand first to Class I your firm is
The Deportment of the ; B and then being asked to make
affiliation I A witH the Department
plan represents of the
of the out'. The actual\ military training Army! _deals In general terms ,
part KLING
over-All national j
ENSEN MIAMI 3 s. MICIEA1 SON curlty program I *e to conform to the In
The affiliation unit Is a sei-vicc no sense will It constitute a '
type unit of tho Organized Re-. cf usabilities; the sponsoring and the limitations binding contract. The sols purPose DUMBING :
(Corps which organization of the written agreement
eery by a, civilian organization Is sponsored)! per., rifest und: to the amount of .Govern Is to serve as an expression of .m V -.LN. ; Lt;1;ACII Asocial W H MUNCH ""I

'forming! a function In civilian funds' made available. mutual good faith betweerr the ______ r
life closely allied to the unit TKO plan docs not require the sponsor and the department and ._. :
.: projected irultaiy wsftnment! I Inxpeaso.organization to go to any may be terminated by the givingof THOMAS 1. llARORAVe
i 'l1\e elffliailon program Is the e.nd All necessary supplies written notice at any time by Margrave, president of the Eui*- '
equipment are furnished by either party / 1 '.!
application of whereby! roan
a plan \
I the department. Newly commissioned We cannot underscore too KrxlakC.Aanpuuy./ Was upminted It,
I commercial ,
of firmswill \ officers upon request strongly the Immediate necessity by PreiUli nl Truman /II I
sponsor certain key type of orders to report; for initial for organizing certain key be chairman fir the Anny.Naty
of service the unIts und:r the direction. lour of active duty, will be al- essential service type unit*. Your Munltiona Board..
U. 8 Afmr Orjankedllfjseoe) 'I, ) Corp lowedetetpm'the uniforms, purchase of firm Is Invited to participate In In Appreciation J'
the movement Your affiliationwith
The need for speedy and efficient Policies NURSE STUDENTS .
utilization of as to personnel, In; the department means that EXPECTED HOME .
O qualified personnel at technically the tart eluding the appolntm, pro your business! association elands .;..........
motion education and I
separation ready and willing assist
to our
of any futurconflict(\ la all too of Miss; MarcIa McPherson student ,
officers and enlisted ,
military at the very start of any
clear! We have but to top and nurse at Riverside '
will Hospital
comply' with regular de- future national .
visualize the situation In atom- emergencyThe In JacksonvlJIo\ I :
arrived homo
shattered complexity areas and to the understandthe urgency ;DEADLINE E MOVED post will move up Its Monday to spend & fourday|1 aich s Pis' tmastim6> : ,

of the tasks. which must be met meeting scheduled next week to' holiday with her parents, Mr. I
by well organized forces Any 8 p.D\ tomorrow, and all mem and Mrs. Dor ml ny Mtrhcraon, I
v'oluntler forces set up after the at Salerno. "
Le M b FOR bers are asked to make a special, I i
be of little
s st stIERE'S j emergency Miss Mary Lou darner who Is t tfI'
value in guarding against l del effort to attend. I
I featlsm, demoralization; or dls I -_.. training at Good Samaritan i if. :

I ''tiO order.scale Devastation might come on a almost glifun NSLJ I POLICIES : ( ( ( ( ( "<
simultaneously to a number of ; ,
geographically dispersed centers --- Arrival of the Christmas
of population and prediction I World War fl veterans have i Think you, friends and ncigli I : :
Immediate action would be been granted seven more months {\9 hors, for your fine cooperation: : Season reminds us of Our ... : '
It I necessary to handle problems ol lime, in which to effect rein j'Q j and helpful courtesy: in the past t,; obligations to salinepeople :
t evacuation medical care com statement of their lapsed! na- 1 year We look forward to a #11 ;
I TO 'YOUR batting of fires, restoration of ratal, service. life I Insurance pollies W ARM ]j bright future and hope you Si ill of this community. ; !
LUIitleS. repair of highways and j i j receive generous share ot the

I I HEA'LTiH AN'D housing railroads,and providing furnishing emergency other annourteu The Veterans that the Administration privilege of f!' end J good much in will evidence and happl today-.in>* so I W. appreciate tn ryltm* excel" '"* ;

services and supplies to a stricken l'eimtullag any plan of NSJ: ona lent treatment we Have re, :

.. 7WV fADap The community element of Time will beat i been comparative extended health to July basis.31, 1948 has' S ceived and take t l="eons '
high premium In the initial or I irce months after date of *
> a .
: of Geeefingseach :i
I sending
: our
lapsi whichever Is the latter
stages of !any future warfare for ,
note; ( The previous deadline was I -
there may not bJ available to us *o of you.STUART I
the tune required to organize midnight Dec 11 1947 after : .
and train key essential service: whichlIn( the applicant for re-
type units In view of the everIncreasing i instatement, would have had to
ie 1's' Importance of tlr\ I undergo a physical examination
time factor In the,early days of : The deadline extension appliesto .
modern'wars, the availability of J holders of lapsed term or permanent l il
AUDRA affiliated i type Insurance policies.
effectively organized
I A term policy I may bs reinstated i I'
\ and units will be a vjtal factor In G. Meredith ,
merely *y the payment of I HOTEL
w 1.Fi Z 'r.a! : i 1'R! 1 L l' 1I'It' X .another Reserve emergency units are divided Into I I t hm monthly premiums and signing krr' ., ." .y ,.., '.1 S1 Y ,

three classes Class A consists a statement' that the holder when- Coin Machines I Ia ,' Mil and'MRS. C.-D.McQUADC'
Inv Z1114rix cf full strength of both officers s health Is the same as Ji : ,
.... and enlisted men. Class B eon previously covered by:\ the policy ) 1211
I '\ On premium payment is for the ) )a) >> ) () jJ',"..>,.,>... ...
-"- --
ttC !(tCt( t( !( t( tt: : it r.Ci? ''griWC period after !the, date of .
i !lapse during "which the holder ,' ', t : ,:' otd : '
: 8 '
J : : :; ; '
",: i i was the current Insured month and the, of other coverage.for .: t:: < :', >.; '' I'i

:' "x 5.I Those veterans who converted !.
t 1 their war-time Issued term pol- .
.,.I i. c I Jell'S Into permanent type Oovunn -
\ \t\\ cut policies and who have
\' tine/!. allowed them to lapsJ
i hove only to make a like comparative -
health statement. How- \
; I 1
\. _,' ; ::1 t; ever, rclnstatem,nt of permanent -
h I type policies' requires the
of all premiums cover- I
: 6, payment I
IllS the lapsed period plus lnUrest -
; 9 .
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/, I' Relatives 07 all Martin County
servicemen who gave their
.I' liven In the war are requestedto
/ contact John Keller. adJU- .
1./ r tant Of Harold John Post 62, .

-JJI I I comenl American:nee Legion to a at complete their first list : I : -l

I. #' . 1\\
I I on the recently,east wall of the project city j hall of j j IJ (-il .

the post Is revision of the boards !J till
I and
to bring them up to date -
r i II' Keller said he has been unableto
I secure a complete list of all .010
Martin County servicemen lost ,

a I JI Ilyd 1i 1-----In the conflict. 'J' J II' liI

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,II'I;: t I, c 'NET $$400,118Jacksonville t 1 1J J
.1'' 'f'f, II. 4 Zls dgene +, l k
,d. '
V' VIfI Dec. M :Notwithstanding
\ direr at (
n ia11
4 :i lilt / U 7he'e.EL which Interfered with marketing ,- -t
: Ij at some> points, Florida livestock -
I carried home agros8
< Ilti: I J producers
I4 cash total of $40011842
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: : : r.:} from 18 sales centers during thi

; "r WI J r'J' last weekly report period, according

.,.J ; : :I ,,1\4.\ :. 1 .r E'J Boa a ,r ,,. Jacksonville to reports availaole offices today oi-! III.. 'l

.. 1 Florjda State Markets This east ::1t

't. 4 .. '.__ total represented receipts for 1." W
Yuletide The
110) cattle and 8803 hogs
,11"' a; 'I I ,?I{ for a Merry Vv. figures comuareu with 3.315 cat .
"" I ', .,.. tie and 1U1.<1 hogs handled on
1 l the
I reporting markets during

,, i ,:. 1 !: .. preceding for which weekly producers report received period I d

i f ,ace, gross cash total of $514,SOT.50. "

': <; \\t, I : B. D. FULTON wt Pee.\a are Ipts number expected during of markets to the drop coming having heavily ./ a'' "

announced plans to omit sales '
I' on account of the Christina
I ,, : Agent j holidays. William L. Wilson dl. and
rector of State Markets,, Said
SINCLAIR REFINING. CO. today that December sales reported STAFFs
1\\ to his office have already ,
1i I colre l to their home belfries (from the dinks at
i I1mn.li: Ulli from every part of Germany m moved well past tUOOOOO
I ktkd by lie Nazis for wartime metal, await HimburgState e Cattle on the Gainesville_market -
1. .._ _
----1- were $1 ta w higher. Manager -
I, I II' stated HIs
L. K. Thompson
,t, Organization Enlists Citizens next sale will be Jan. 5. Beef
I' \: I HER E S prices Jacksonville have market been, high throdghthelast on the

\ I # I In Florida Green' MovementBy week Manager Abe Splwak '
TO YOUR 'Keep commented In his report Heavy
rainfall throughout the days affected -
: 1 1j __ I volume on the' Lake City
X L PELUCER, get It organized for effective local anticipated that county commit- Market, Manager V7 Buckman
Chairman, work second Keep Florida tees will be made effective In recruiting noted Slaughter and stocker'
j I It. APPIISSW S SI. Keep florida. Green Committee' Or en Conference was held in local Interest at levels cattle advanced on the$1 to Live$3 Oak a hundredweight Market- t ftJ

l The Keep Florid/ Oreen movement -' Orlando on November 4 of this where It can do the most good.' Manager N. Hawkins
t. U hot Just another attempt year Organizations, agencies' These local groups will foster of the Monticello Market reported
.. to educate the public with respect and Industries from all over better conservation: teaching In "an awfully rainy day" with -
to tb' evils of forest fires. Florida were again represented' their public schools promote I hogs selling a half-cent lower
II grew. f \ J, Ii o profound feeling of incirityond enlist (the public Itself in a an inspiring appeal by Senator I meetings of civic club and women market for cattle was reported ,.
I'' (concerted! effort to protect Flor- Ep:ssard r 1 ll wish' you a Season 0l f Idas outdoor resources and and protect those things that, demonstration and displays Henry E. L Mills of the Ocala ', '
i r r great happiness. scenic beauty give Florida her universal appeal ,' undertake a sustained and Wllllston markets noted receipt -
'I' ....,.. It Is not a movement peculiarto publicity and posting program, of quite a few fat catUJ"
\ F I tar I Ida although Florida The principal development at and carry out such similar projects
I. 1 ; .' Stands to profit by It more than the second conference was he as will contribute to public; CHURCHES Or CHRIST, SCIENTIST I
\. ,. any othr: state In the Union. decision to recruit local Keep thinking and understanding. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE" !I. tk. .*. \ _
t .1 The Keep Green movement! began Green Committees In Every Florida U your state Its natural VM fl tics ........-110,... whirk will .k* .
...4 It. ' in the Pacific Northwest Florida county These commit.) resources are its capital .u.k.it .... W.rW n S....W. I- I
i where It has accomplished great tees will undertake campaigns wealth out of which all of us ........ u. -
:::1 results. It has become a national \IP the respective areas,)' Materials < make our living Wild fire Jeopardizes 'hh..Jo.: iluU. W tnt rxrwl I.1.*"Tk. .n<'.1 lor I fl':k
undertaking In which: 23 states' and consultant services will all of our capital wealth; kail It .....h..' 'tor Ik* nxiutk.. d.1 ) (JREETINGS J!
', I Of now participating be provided them by the state It .is Conservation Problem Number tk* i L<,4 k.tk.. .II.1W..hlk.p. .k.. ft" Uatak Mpin":SI.l YULETIDE; .
tin "
I The decision to Initiate a Keep committee the Florida Felren" One. It depletes or destroys tk.A..ne"l....-j a>r,.*. .h> tk .. .. tramtk
Florida Green campaign was and Park Association, the ...rl.out the forest cover which should Hlkto, 'O ale. Four fc n U, ill, n ,
IVAN TAYLOR made at a meeting of the State interested state and federal canopy two-thirds of the state rf poets',"l.;..*h.o ut W. ,*O4. O4 with I* tk'he* KIM ol<-* JIa
I.i : Chamber of Commerce forestry,'agencies and by the American land area. .f .11 5Y..s,1Y. : .1.. r* miss tk
....... .
division about 18 .months ago, I Forest Products Industries, Inc., That forest cover is the principal .ermtadIM"Lnwndres. ../ei.. Leldwk.s .11.TM .. STUART AUTO CAMlj!
I' MARINE CONSTRUCTIONIke The Florida Forest and Park Association the association that sponsors the sourcj: of raw humus to restore eII..lst ........ fro.. J. Ch",''''
f :J : I .. was invited to take the, Keep", Green. movement nationally -, the soils of the statejfXHpt .Set-a..smShok l. tkj IIorlp.. "5.hue..ne...." kM.rr HoltkIk .k. BLAiR & BAKER
.' leadership.The forest cover tllf the first .. add.. "".._.._... m m m4 hnmen. ".. a );)t>>lt
cooperation of Governor The chairmen of the county and 'moat important in .ea| dIM. Int.rpn0 th 'd. '
.... .. ...
f I Millard F Caldwell was enlisted committees are to be organized water control a growing prob- ,pta....!al.. U a/ ......hi. k_. r>... to r *M.1'IMo.. !*... }
JI\ and it was at his invitation that on a basis of congressional districts lem In Florida., .H4 tk.* ..,..4........iI' *.f .liun... to
i ,,1, approximately a hundred business and will select from their That forest cover helps to to tk*pll!hi.tk...Wu. at!Ise. .ml...wkM... *I**ntltnt...""*
professional and civic lead- own number district chairmen maintain the level and purityof .IMS..u-nl.)
I I' ers assembled at Tallahassee on and co-chairmen The district our thousands of Inland lakes
: October 30, 1948, for the first I chairmen and co-chairmen will, -which make of Florida the finest peal and that .is the foundationon
1 I IlI Keep Florida Oreen Conference, ''In turn, comprise a new state fishing ground In the country which our great tourist industry i
I At this first meeting, the forestry -'committee which will replace has developed t
I and forest fire situation the present one appointed following -'i That forest cover Is the homeof Forest fires are not Just a :
I I' ; 1' was appraised ways and means I the "Tallahassee meet., our wild life and game which forestry problem and of concern -\
of improving the situation were ing of more Chap' a year ago. we enjoy and which brings only to the owners of Umber
BLESSINGS suggested. and a state commit While every effort will be thousands of sportsmen to the lands They art an all-Florida
tee was authorized. made by the state committee to State problem and should be the concern a
Since that time a beginning I use state agencies. associations That forest cover tempers our of every cltlaen! Let's al D l) 1.
b .
has been made. Several statewide and organizations to sell the cllmat, It Is the bulwark of help to Keep All of Florid a 0
organizations notably that Keep Florida Oreen Idea it is, Florida scenic beauty and ap- Oreen f

j of forestry the bankers it vl: are n do- i ilIng !<
s educational work both with- '
their own membership and nI
with the general public. Banks
iI 11Fr and business houses have sponsored i I
I I 01. advertisements and billboards 2 e Every Line of Scotch
with a forestry or fire I
prevention message t O Blended\ Bourbons I:
The use of similar messages I II. '
t I I'
on business envelopes and stationery .
In i
vi had been adopted some :
quarters The Florida Forest and BLENDED WHISKIES
Park Association has featured Is\ d' I \
the Keep Oreer :lea, particularly "
i { I In Its monthly publication, DELICIOUS a
( ) Florida' Trees and Trails The ,
I Florida Forest Service and the I. SANDWICHES l'
4I Florida Park Service have intensified 11
tJ r I their Ore prevention
cl activities. _
In an effort to enlist more
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;"- ,
.. '''''''' ;.Ii general movement participation and particularly In the to

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; ;' 10 111 m Il.m! {" ..., Wishing YoutlfI1'k j n r ,

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J. TA* cordiality of Christmas/ u tnt of the. i I4y

jinttt blessings that any 0ta on pouibly ,
1 o tnjoy T* w, Christmas /11"114IIutlt more JoysViola ..'
i I Am. just J the opportunity of patenting and '
v Ittuftitf pill/ "', mart than a season of I'

exchanging greetings and a goes jar tttptr The past year hat been an enjoyable one, "We have considered

than.. the treJilumal festive eccanoniI P; it d pleasure and an honor to be of/.service' to you, our/ friend anal

it I Chrutmat, lor *tit season 01/ genuine customer Your" consideration and gofd will Ire invaluable 'lu and
I goof will tad AappwMMi -lunt tf ikankt- tut with 10 take this meant of/jtxlenfint otJthank). :

gluing Jot !!. Added a.
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FAMED RUSSIAN DAM AGAIN PRODUCING POWER I man ofh..school eouoUUe When Bostons first, electric
will supervise the work of the
I Florida Key Club arid the Beta Club In trolley line was opened In list
I handling solicitation In Martifl
company permitted paasen-
Ferris Wheel County High School Other 'ppolntinU I
: ; will be announcednext Seer 'to ride free at first and

", HORTENSE week and the committee there was a deluge of public pro.
y WELLS will be called together to arrange
We are highly gratified that final details tIter completion of test when It began to collect
our proposal to give Henry Wal- I appointment"' fare*.
lace back to the Republicans hat
met with such ready acceptance. -
4 On Nov 30 We"suggested that h*
be returned to his POO party
of origin to your and on Dej ,
yl ; 12 he announced that he will
vote for-Tart provided of course, rrr: ; 1'Fd
Mr T nominated Such quick 40 \
action pleases u* mightily

motivated That his not announcement by our advocacy wn Visor \ 'i lJ1t Ir

but by dislike of President Tru-
man in no way lessens bur satisfaction ( twinkle
of friendship goodwill ; the result U what
A pledge I counts He did not of course gaily this Christmas, Eve In <

genuine desire to serve : attribute his decision to support millions of windows throughout .
and a Taft to his resentment against the land Hearts will beoverflowing i
STUART PIGGLY WIGGLY I the man who nosed him out of with gladness as'
I[ the VIce-PresfHency and later'
TAN TYSON: and STAFF bounced him out of the Cabinet) fi families everywhere. toast :
two action which many Americans the Yuletide season, :
r believed to be long overdue 1 Here's hearty wish for
(f. t ' With his. a ,
,)'.1"C'' .c ( ( (((( ; assumption customary that he Is practically arrolIa'nt -- you friends, as you enjoy

the only peace loving citizen this festive occasion, May I
extant he states that he The Diikpur [liver dam' In Russia, s )lit,if go( section almost rclmllt, and Is {producing power agiiu, I the Season be a merry one '"t"
.cORDIAL I Iill1 will oppose the Democratic Party of which Will wrecked during the war. has !terra full of contentment, joy andgoodwill 0" "
) In the event the President Is :
_._ I
nominated In 1948, because of ---- ---- ','
'\ i! administration support of universal -
t At''11\\\\\ military training and Billion Put U.S. Lags in Its ForestryJob
''I lines up with Taft as the only

\ GOP candidate such a program who openly As opposes the- Into BuildingIn Congressman Feels RAINS POULTRY MARKET- J
Presidential nominee will unquestionably ,

\ ." '>I''I'' \ I IIoo. I be Mr. Truman. we MR. ana MKS: n u RAINS:
"-'\ '...\.'. "\; ."" '...\.."\\\ inlay as well tell Henry goodby, Southeast "The United States ha not program of technical assistance l I
' which we for one are happy to even begun to do Its forestry ; that will carry forestry Informa-
do. Job,' Congressman Robert L. T
tion Into At
: I For obscure reason some Construction activity In seven 8lk"a of Florida stated In a present
i of e8O Imaginative members Stags of the Southeast-Georgia speech to Congress a few day there are far too few farm for-
I : LA of the press frequently refer Florida, North Carolina ago. Wtlh regard to our forest esters available to serve the vast ,
I to Wallace as a "shy and sen- South resources nation are" "
I pI- a Carolina Albama. Mississippi a* a we need stated Slkea 1
! : r> sltlv man:' We find It difficult and Tennessee-.during the he continued "In the position ofa "We have another big job In -
., J to determine which quality Is first nine months of 1947 Is estimated baseball player with two itrlkes' the forest fire problem. It U
! \ most lacking. If .there Is anything to have totaled $1068- on )him One strike. was made' particularly true in the South
' I shy about his headline 600.ooo. or 10 per tent of the nation when we cleared our primeval where 70 per cent of the unprotected
i i hunting then we don't know the 's $9,C23.000.000, according to forest The second strike was, area lies," he continued. ChristmasWISH.:
: meaning of the word and his C. Parker Persons, regional director when we wasted much of the' "Wj must reduce the number of' A
I : lack ot sensitivity became painfully I of the U. S. Departmentof Umber resources on lands not man-caused fires strengthen
I evident when he. while In Commerce. I needed for agriculture. The ball protection where It Is not yet I'
H foreign lands, viciously attacked The figures for the seven It about to be pitched for the adequate and extend protectionto
i I I the foreign policy of the United States Include $788.500.000 spent third strlk or-we hope-a hit"'. 120,000,000 acres not Included
I : St. Lucie i RestaurantANDY \ States for private construction including Congressman Slkes pointedout I under any existing protection
W*have an Idea that his swing residential, non-residential, "The other world power, organization The recent sad s
to Taft has been a severe blow farm construction and public Russia recognizing forest values experience In Maine should warn .
to those JWallacMtes who cordi- utllltj.and $278.ICO; .000 for public has made marvelous tildes! in ''us that until protection 1 II adequate tI
TSIMAS I ally dislike Taft because of his mates of the Bureau of Labor forestry during recent year on we may expect other lend compli- jJ, ,
This as we our
attitude toward labor It must outlays, which include non-rst an area having one-third of similar disasters year .
i I be disillusioning to find their I I'I deiuial construction highway the world's.tlmb-r, supply whilewe nienls of the season, we wish to include.Jour
4)1 )aaa )aa )a);); ); )aa: hero, who has for so long posed work sewer and water and other are being entirely too com- STEFFENS ANNOUNCES
| as the only real friend of labor, public activities placent In regard to our forest POLIO DRIVE WORKERS thanks for the splendid
1 I trying to make I political lineup The figures, based; upon estimates lands We must take action in \
I I with the co-author of the Taft- of the uBBureau of Labor now," say Slkes. "for If we fall Henry R Steffens, county tion and patronage given us cooperajJ J
Hartley law This alignment I Is statistics, U. S. Department Of to do the job the price mat be campaign director of the 1948 j
| final proof, if any 'be n-eded Labor F. W Dodge Corporation, too high to pay later, I II March of Dime, to be conductedJan I
t tJt that politics make strangebed; Department of Commerce and "We must m-et three problems 15-30. la now organizing _.- :
td I .
other of such Information In the various -,
fellow; many will wonder if the sources the providing of homes and committees com-
I I Republican couch Is wide enough show that as the year ad- other product for a prosperous munitle C. R. Ashley will head
w 1 I to hold these, two divergent personalities canvpd the construction tempo peace at home, the sharing of the special gift committee: O. :
Increased In the Southeast. More forest product necessities: without l H. TIl ton of Hobe Sound ports BRUCE & HARRY'SSupper .
On of the more admirable than 27 per cent of the construction I needy foreign friends and benefits; 3. R. Troxel the radio
v qualities of Senator Taft Is that activity conducted In the building of a forest backlog and speakers committee" and Diner'and ...
he generally speaks out In meet- the Southeast was registered In against the possibility of another Mrs Ralph W Hartman the ""
and says his piece for good Florida wiser $307,000,000 was conflict. publicity campaign. I
Ing or 111 It is interesting to note being spent in.all forms of construction I "Forestry education Is at the Postmaster Paul E, Mahan will' Shell Gas
at fry that there has been no statement projects. This Includes top of the list for Immediate action serve as chairman for Hobe
I from any Republican\ $251.400 000 private and $55' .600,- I This does not mean just : Sound and George Keith chair-\ ------- ---

711 stronghold regarding the new I 000 public. __ ___ tending out bulletins," said the kl'O: ._,
4W addition to the Taft followers SPEAKERS AVAILABLE Congressman "but providing an :
Maybe the Senator is, at the I Orlando Dec. 24-The Florida action program through private ,
II moment. like the little boy the o Bankers Association announced state and federal forestry agencies .
calf ran over; he Just ain't got today In a letter to all Three-fourths of our forest 1
anything fltten to *ay. high school principals In the land are In private ownership -
bureau had and are acottjred for the
Stat that a speakers
I LODGE OFFICIALS I bees set up as a public service' most; part among 4,250.000 small
VISIT ODD FELLOWS and educational aid.. and. they owner, The degree. to whtch
01 they cart c* taught MI 1/m|..ova
--- were urged to take advantage llristmas
I Odd Fellow Lodge 84 of Stuart the service The bureau Is com- their cutting practices Is the de- t (
R!entertained State officials Dec. posed of bankers wiio are will gree to which we will meet our /
18 when the second degree was I ing and anxious to accept assignments -I three action objectives '
with educa- "
I I conferred on live membership for talks before high "Thurs merging .
candidates Including AttornyDavid school classes or groups tion and as a part of It Is theUt .
Marshall. William Ambrose ----- .
-.nnd bles11 John Leighton, James I "

.. Wheeler and Cecil Donaldson ,
Th visiting dignitaries who I
I honored at a reception hour I .
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er one) ,in this following were E C the Thompson regular ,meeting deputy I -. 41* -.: :.

grand master of Florida, am JDream of &H jflanfeinl. 4% miKILO'gt

\ iuhole' wvr rldr#;e t:.. the David Grand aoldsUln.Lodge, IQOF treasurer I it efirigtmag it' :!: -=

street car
pf electric -
The peak

1 TUART HARDWARE CO. In development 1917 when In more the V than S. 80 came,ooo I .

and street railway car were O.
EMPLOYEES ed on 45,000 miles of track.Chrlstros perat-I PEACE ON EARTH "\

.... God grant that we all may live ana '
oisYour" a Nei hors and Vrl S
thrive together In peace and harmonyon f c

j jI this day and always We wish youo

jI I Joyful Christmas ond may choisest

blessings be yours forever.
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I Charles Alexander
John Law, Jr. "Buck" Callahan
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Lester Sheridan
Hubert Clements Ernie Klubens
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Jim : : Jim Pomeroy, Jr, "
Hudson Allen .
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Bridge Clara
"Yap"! Chtieony\. Carl. [ .<" ..'I I

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ossodotlon of loyal ) ,
that comes from the ': te,
to us. means'the contentment time for thanksgiving i .
It is 0
friends the been of off
satisfaction Of having JT"M of and the right r ,
and reverence, a time to bi more mindful Bino* peace C. B. ARBOGASTAND I .. ./ .."t., ,'I11m \' ,; ;: 't
to live according to the dictates of oot'i own heart I
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Light Company

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;4ta44z Warms Against. '

.Power Shortage OVERUSES R

bespit tffortl< to push eta $S,-
ooo.oao'colllltrl1ctlQn program, "X pfudeqt, "man safeguards
1" sfs rlorldk ,rower; { and Jjglit 1 Ogea- bis VahktkW. .peMsetosw," R. C. S, pAINT, co,

t a Photwranhrrt pangs KoundWg, a tote of WarmIng Oehrhta, H., .BMoager of the s > : .....
"that,a' serious power short steal fcttal. eeority ofOee, said lillllll lilWlliSiljjlj .
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t, age may develop' ,during, 'cold' eoctar. ( taCasey's
n11 :" the months :; I
spells It resident" attempt to 1q plot lew rev 4
tiN beat their home with electrto1ty end !hmdred twwaM-fV teddentl .
E Ea Ea 1 ) Principal -causeof a.tight of, West Papa bsieh.and n.
squeeze on the power supply,is HeUKy. aavt, ,done the In .t .
a : ,. failure" of manufacturers to deliver promptly fOlw their apt>Uca- .
i generating equipment. on. lions for benefKs under .the So ..
WISH YOUCHRISTMAS promised schedules. '. clef: OieMttr Aet," he sakL
TO y Two new 'plants ban 1 been Ctakrken. potetsd... out that this :
fM I completed'In.. the compai,'. !Incrtasteg. artlvlty is a1pUt ant
1'rh Y 1'6a post-war construction',progtrnm,' from two angles, mrst. It Indicate
JOY 1 OM tit Sarasota and C One'at Ri- here eed withdrawals;
; ; { rtera. .However, the Installation from the later fore by W-year-
of 112,1:30.: >/kilowatts of new gw- oUa,* he Mated "bat far snore "LIJ .
alort-Jllollib(, to take oare of !important,it indicates that' more
f t1 ''Ih ,,1 AND HAPPINESS more than 0,000 families' elect-local ptocita. are waking' upto::

:, fit aeeds V is being delayed hgr their right responeiWllUes and :f ',
Odium; of manufacturers to .deliver OfOigaUons girder Lisa program < '
Throughout the coming year, \ I the equipment! $. 'These DeW : While saany ,have 'not yeUex-
Richard Cued of Oucago stands beside01 1833 Columbia, gen eratore, being Installed at creased their rkjbt. to fine claim.
a THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP Exposition felT! wheel: whkh: he built of,14,000 hjothpicis In three' the company's Miami and Sanford the .marsWI li\tMMt\ displayed U Golden Gate
West P Camp
year* spare tune plants, were both' to have J
0 ARCADE LETTIE C DUGAN been In' operation by Dec.. 1. InC ,
f iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuiitiiiiiiiinii 1 MR and UBS T. CASEY
Their completion wW more than debt.IUJ'I'OUnd- ,, ( p. ,
double the company's plant capacity -
y I. l Notes of Interest To Veterans In 1938 with an increase 0.0-. ,
'; from l!>6.000 kOowatU to, 1<<.000 nled at the total office averagedIn
George u: Moore V. A. Contact Officer kilowatts.. eswesf el II a.week.,bealdel ',
At office of H. R iowery Jr. Fort Pierce Headquarter "A pamphlet tent to all company hundred of teviries tram emBtoyers a'T
1 to 4 p. m Monday, 109 Atlantic AYe employe request*their cooperation .MBl the. general public. _

111I1111I111111. tllllllll IiI I II III In!I Ill lull l III IIIII III...llllllllllllimilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniDoe .m m_.._.m...................... In the conservation. ol 'fills ae*.....* interest on the '
electricity particularly during part of etsfrioyen. an excellent --1 1FRIENDS
the Veterans Administration POSITIONS OPENIN cold snaps. It points! out four sign since they too have a stake
pay compensation to veterans -' STATE SYSTEM ways that employee and..customen In Social Security he said "
with arrested tuberculosis can help frequently, our payment relieve
What 14 the largest and the' Tallahassee, Dee 34. The 1- Don't 'use electric ,house an employer of an obligation ; 4
which he I* unprepared to ,
State Merit heaters. I
smallest national! strvlce lift In- System office In
2-Don't try tq bat homes assume In. the east of an old and
bl lurance policy available* Contact -; Tallahassee announced today' with stove burners or oven. i valuid employ who has f''been .. ,WE'GREET.. YOU! )
that applications ,
$ I representatives of the Veteran Wiflbe taken ) Disconnect refrigerators forced to retire. because age ? f
',;' I aJrdbl Administration are regularly for the following positions! with and water heaters. orinfirmity., 4 '
{ asked Questions 01aU the" Florida Industrial Commission 4-Turn off outside lights and ''BRIAN
t '' kappine. phase of the program ol. ( vet-. until midnight Jan. II: Jun- Wes only essential,inside .tights W. & FINISHES We're : obout "' I'
tKMfji&L OOUKSK 'thinking
) end
eran b:nentA. Here... the and electrical' appliance) FOOD? you
answer to tome of the more or.claims examiner senior claims It points out that! these four Port MeOeTSJ, Dee. 2( -.- wilhm"$ for you immeasurable happi .
h commonly asked questions: I examiner: field 'deputy senior precautions .are important because The graduation of Set.- Walter ,nets in Valttkfe Mason We've en-

1 &J Q.-My brother entered the field deputy, appeals !referee overloading neighborhoodelectric /: E. Bryan, son of Mrs. Pearl Bryan Joyed our Bs Kl..rsfl. .. with you these ,
service under the 'Armed Forces secretary to the commission an circuits may damage Saturn! Ave, Robe Sound,
txs IN.4i1..rMhl and.
Voluntarily. Recruitment Act of! apprenticeship area representative hard-to-get equipment .and, Interrupt Fla* fromthe meat -cutter's part kperly'awaittMaplpolltMlMY
1943 and he now wonder If hJarl&htA chief: law clerk and whole.nlghborhoods course at the Food Service School of tcrving you in the. I
will be affected by the .safety long psrioda.' i here was announced by Sod Army
:L' It Central Market law officially ending the war l consultant.Tenons'' Headquarters today The course r I tMelat
I July 25,JWf, Insofar as 'e Ol1j interested In taking CIEMENTS TO MOVE Is of eight weeks duration, andIs
I benefits are concerned? any of these examinations TO WINTER PARK part of an Armywide program wan
A.-Wo, he will lose none of should write to the State Merit
to Improve the soldier' food. ,
THE Mr, Mrs. U a
FAMILY and Clements
rights even thougn his periodof System Office Box'l136. Tallahassee Seigeant .Bryan entered the
of Riverside Park ban completed -
t 1I ? II enlistment extenos beyond for applications, or secure ed k home in -Winter Park! service Bee. II. 1H< from Hob RORTCRB .
and GLEN '
July 35, 1947. VQ. one from the nearest office and will mow Into It soon after Bound, awl hat served In Trini
-r--- of the /lorlda Industrial com dad. Meteh West Indies His
.-Please entire which non- mission. The applicants win be Ian: 1, it was announced this award tested.the Oofl Conduct A'1T
for the P = < ) SHOP'rmST
Pwldents Jhere Y
f icrvlce-eonneeted disability i t advised of the date and place of yteek. Clements served Medal* American. theater b ,
J/ + !benefits! are available to World (he examinations. . past( ,10 pears at Martin County of Openttons and World War II.
War veterans and which to The State Merit System office aa principal .
Victory Mi>1sl
for four and
I High Tears
peacetime veterans? Indicated that continuous re*
'He is duty
now on at'Elgin ,
the school Its first accredited .
gained "
A.-Th law provides that k ;truitment: Is now being conducted Field Fie ,
1 Btandlna with the
t 1I ij : A. I pension for nonserviceconnected for clerical and stenographic Southern Education Association. I j -----
disability may bt payable to I openings and for district welfare ,
11k permanently and totally disabled visitors Information for these When Alaric tacked Rome-in
World War veterans. The law Opening also may be' curd.(
DO AX), 3,009 pounds of
does not provide such % pensionfor through the1 State )4Atfyetemoffice pepper
was part of the ransom for the
rafi peacetime veterans; in Tallahassee ,
city: '
J Yb the A '-P __.. .ter.. ;
1 Q.-vDoe pay compmsatlonSto .
veterans with I arrated
1t4ii pulmonary 'tubercuioz.lt:\ ?
A.-Xes. VA can make Hull
compensation payments u> veterans \ :
who have been discharged !
1 f..
from Its hospital with rrested >
pulmonary tuberculosis up,
to two years after aau of dl&.- \ :
charge It necesaay.Q. I+ %\
BSTD.A! I. :
._I am a World War n vet-
i eran minimum and would and\ like maximum to know the! KENNETH 1 STIMMELL

II a amounts of Government insurance .

ti i ) I can 'take out ........,::...
A. -The minimum for national t
service Ills insurance! 41.-
COO and you can, ate;' more In
\ multiples oLSIOO up to 10000. '
d\-qqhtl Q."".Do national aervlce life REETIfGSt vq
Insurance policies:' participate In -
avingafYee, If favorable mortalityexperience / n :
an4 intirest earnings ,
warrant premium adjustment
dividends from gain and savings -
will be authorized by the QUR

administrator of Veteran., Affairs. -


and we're '; City. Commission's recent

edit ordering no parking on two
oe0oo old fashioned aides of the Medic north .of thj i il
I Methodist Churctt' wont Into effect y r i ,
to last weekend: upon, completion -
enough ;
,p. of the 'painting jdb by o i,
a city crew.. Hereafter, no parking l YH
want to Is allowed on the welt Bids
of South Albany Ave.. between ,,
lit and 2nd 8U. not oil ibi aoutb I I '\ -
: soy aide of 2nd fit .between.Alban) t.AiM t.

and Akron Aves Strict enforcement b
of this decision Is expected.Smokey I

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